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The Cairo Bulletixi, A.pril 30.
".Veteran Observer," of tho Now York
congratulates hlmclf thnt, 1'V the
fifteenth amendment, "wo lwve given votes
to Ave million Africa-Amcricnns, which
H ones boenmon set-off to five million?
of EuwipeiRotiinnUt. T( thlthc spring.
fll(l 'inrpublttnk replies ' "V'S t't
gixxl slmro of these blue); voters, of '",jt n
majority, will be Cntliolles before c
know It. Tho Catholic hnve been more
prompt tlian tho 1'rotHnnts In puttlnc
their miJonarlr to work irnion.c the
frosdmcn, and thor ilon t co on tho prin
ciple that thero should lo scpnrate
churehes for the c;lcr J ep'c, either. Ami
beside tho nt'ence 'f ',0 CM0 rcollng
in tho Catholic church Imt which l ft
noticeable and olfunilvo In n Protestant
church n anywhere, often moro so thnn In
ordinary society n religion of pomp and
authority is particularly pleasant l the
negro mind and It Is caiy to make con
vert! to the Catholic church among the
This word frequently appear in our
column now, uml ns wmc of our reader
my not understand Its meaning we will
explain. Tho emperor seeks popularity
by-going to a 'direct vote of the people
upon a proposition to sceuro to them n
liberal constitution and with it a guaranty
if n continuance of tho Napoleonic dy
naty. The ploblscltum, "a law fur tho
people," va mallo In tho time of tho
KomHti republic by HcmblHces of thepeo
pli under direction of tho interior tribune,
and the tenatc could not undo tho work.
Tho question of Jfnpoleon, which is to bo
answered yes or no ut the polling place',
Is whether they accept tlie prnpoed re
form. Thin is now tho nll-exeitlng ties
tlon In French jmlitiri.
The Xew York Triiimr put the whole
Georgia question liilothlsllttleexprc-lon:
"When you go to the bottom of the cne,
you find tho argument for further recon
struction amounting to jmtthU; If joit
allow the people of Georgia to select row
rulers, the won'tolcot ui." Truo as gospel
not only of Georgia, but of tho whole "re
The If. Y. Sun correspondent at Albany,
in that ravage attack on the clerk of tho
iiMcmbly, Mr. Armstrong, for which .Mr.
Alvord called him so sharply to account,
speaks a good word for our torresHindeiit
'Watch-Tower." "It i duo to .Mr. Ly
man 11. Smith," remarks the correspond
ent, 'no say that ho hat always treated re
porters with courtesy nnd UnJiics,"
"Tho public man," cries tho X. Y. 7Ymm,
"who could organize the scattered force
now opposed to high taxation and protec
tive taritfr, and lead tho great oppor'lion,
and thus finally relievo the nation of tho
burdens which weigh on all It- energies,
would Iks ono of tho foremost stiite.ineu ot
this generation, and win the gratitude nnd
respect of succeding times.'
The St. Louis Dtmoerat, mdim) of the
frailest sect, need to bo called to order.
"Tho supremo court," it diioorcrs, -as a
ro-ordinuto brunch of tho government, has
its right as well as congress, and if we
encourage ono branch of the government
to overthrow or circumvent another, we
are simply paving the way for tho lo-s of
our liberties." This U iiuthi'ug but nrniht
The fact that ho doe not send that au
gust nuisance, his father, loan idiot asylum,
should always bq remembered tol'resldent
Grant's credit. Hour how tho old iiuiu
drivels about "Clyss :" 'His. eeoiid vote
was given for .lames lluehsniiti, In lS.'O,
from purely personal reasons. Ho has
often iwld slnco that any who would vote
for James liuchanan ought to bo diifran
chlsed, and if tho government would not
disfranchise him ho would do it himself,
and I bullevii ho never voted ince, unless
he voted in I MS. I UOievu ho never was
.democrat, but while In .Miouri, in tho
immediate vUlnlty of tho 'Dents,' ho may
hkvehad somo sympathy In thatdlrectlon. '
J'uneMntllo nays tho book and nye
wer railed In tho corset question In con-
A New Yorker asking for "dry Siller'
lo a New Bedford restaurant, was told
that they were out of that, but had smuo
Tli Pittsburg Ailrucult estimate that
lay delegation will bo carried with n mr
plus of win hundred and twenty votes.
A San Francisco paper declines to pub
llsh pKttlwUn or throo murders, us "there
was notllng MTei or origiin, bout tho
modes of dektV
An Incarnate ,nwzc, cajt.j Ke,IU(
Cbunder, tho Wj of tho .Monotheistic
church of India, is pm proselytizing to
London. ,V. J. WurU,
A shoddy young Wy mrj.rlsed her
mother on returning from a dance, by sav
ing that she enjoyed the "hugging M't
at music, mot bullyly'
There Is a gang of petty tul,;,, lit Paris
called rnrioru-rats. Tl,y w rfmot
children, and creep Into hou.ti at evcrv
unguarded opening to rob them.
Tho youth of tho period has disrovorod
that I Is Impossible to mak Wicks with,
out straw, If sherry cobblers are t be used"
to moisten one's clay.
A lato legacy gives Sl.OuO.OOO to the
Episcopal church of Scotland. Of thU
gin, 200f000 builds u cathedral h, Rdln
burg, and ' $10,000 annually (.0 to aid
tudeti of theology.
.mi'i:i:cm r itss.v. av. .r. am.kjt.
A'c eopy Ijelow, from tlin .y;.tjr, the
speech of the Hon. W. J. Allen,, made in
4ho Constitutional Convention, ngnlnet the
tyranlinl and outrageous grand Jury sy
tem of tho Stnto. It will bo endorsed by
every person who Is not a fogy of the uti
Jlr. Allen, of l,innder. Jlr. Presi
dent: Ofcours"', liis is no new question
to any lawyer I havo thought of it for
years and Imvc opinions, honestly enter
tained, however enormous thoy may bo
deemed bv ineihbers of tho convention. I
regard this grand jury system ns tho ono
dark spot upon our glorious Judicial xys
tern ; as it relic of tho Star Chamber, as n
well-defined adjunct nf the old Inquisito
rial order that provnilcd for so great n
length of ilmo In tjio Old World. In my
opinion, no public good isub'erved by ro
tullillig It. Tho object of criminal law is
to puuih tho guilty, but, white punishing
the guilty, to give nil persons charged, nn
opportunity of appearing, controlling
their witne-se, niul having their charge
investigated and paed upon by njury of
The griindjury nystem prejudges tho In
dicted party cnc. It Is regarded by
tunny perrons, and always fo insisted upon
by Nate's Attorneys, as jtrima ucie ovl-
deiico of guilt, that ft grandjury ahull lmvn
returned nn iudictmoiitngatiixtau individ
ual. What Is tho mode of procedure In
tills secret, mid often Ignorant and pre
judiced organization! The -forunmh li
sworn and instructed,' Independent of ibis
oath to hear cvldonce'upon one sido onlvt'
thus milking tho body of which ho Is the
head, the roccptuclo of malice, ill-will,
and bad fellings, and depriving tho uc
cmed, however InnocoiiL of Hiiy right to
apjMMii iitui no ucnni ny ins witucsa, or put
in u defence Ho bin no lay In
that court; but bis reputation,
Indepcndnnt of his liberty nnd property,
is linked upon, mid luduemcnt rendered
to tho extent of making him give ball or
b) Imiirltoiicd, However bunciit n urund
Jury muy be, yet, noting under tho outh of
tneirioreman, to wnicn tney nil imvo to
Mibcrlb, nnd tho instruction of tho court.
they cannot cull nny witnesses to manifest
tlio iiinoceueu ot mo nceuseu. J.ooK at
It In a practical point of view. It Is ex
nenslvo iiidenundunt of bclnc wronc in it
ilf. It cripples tho courts in tho prompt
and proper discharge of businc. Person
elmrt'ed with fail mr to do their dutv. tsu
porvisors of public rcauls; pertuuscharged
with violating thu liquor law, or for any
of tho enumerated intxddmcnnnr. cannot
bu summoned upon information before
the proper otllcer mid Imvo n trinl
at once: but this Star Chamber
proceeding must bo gonu through with.
Tho witnesses may como from nil part of
the country, nnd remain for days, to testify
as to whether Aor.Ii lias violated nny
law, or committed nny misdemeanor.
Tho cusc, after bill of indictuiont Is found,
may, on application of tho Stalu'a Attor
ney; be continued to the next term: mid
those witnesses wore required to appear ut
What is thu history and object of this
grand Jury lem, I will not now go Into
a discussion of. It wan thought to bo Jus-
tillable w lien llrst jmtiiltiited. Lord Ttir-
low wuaiuver may uo com ngainsi ms
honeitv, and not miicli aciilnst ids ability
mlil Unit thu pica for tho system was
never siitutiictory to nun. -,ici,, Humming
theru wits sutlstaetory exijitio for on tho
ground of kindly Interference, that oxcuto
lias pa-el nwny, ami does not exist in
thl eotintrv, whero wo IiiiVo, ns vet, ni
Kings. hen u man lias beuii guilty of u
crime, prefer information nualnst liim;
thiirgo him with it; toll him what lie Juo
ix'cii guilty oi; summon mm, toning
him to bring bis witnesses, and lie shall
haven fair trial, nnd theru will bo nothing
to complain of. Do not compel him to
meet a jirium fueir eao gotten up before
h secret council onrnnlr.od to find indict
ments; organised not for tho purposo of
seeing tue laws were executed, nui in in
did individuals in tin) country, without
recant to their L'tillt or Inuocuiicp. Tho
accused are not allowed to appear by them
selves, csnim-el or witnesse. Tljo whole
ciisu is prejudiced ; nnd I hope that this
convention, lit soma time.or somn meanior
other, will ettlo tlio question about griiuu
Juries, ami volo tnem it nuisaucir
Mr. .McCoy presented apotltlou ofn cit
izen of Whlt'esido County, irnying for tlio
New Kuglaml system oi towniiip organi
31 r. AVellsof l'oorla, presented jK-tlt-
ions or MO Indies o J-.lmo, against woman
lr. llenjnmln presented n petition of
fortv-tlvo ladles nt tho Normal University
at llhtomlngton to tliusumoellect.
Mr. llntiie objectwl to persons not
members of thu convention protesting
ui'iiliiit Its action.
After omo discussion the petitions wero
THE ItKl'OKT OK TUB COUNTIKU.
Consideration of Section 4 of tlio report
upon counties was resumeil, tlio question
Udng upon tlio motion of Mr. Uonjamln,
to strikeout tlio words in tlio fourth line,
as follows . "All cases whero n county has
been located twenty yours and in," which
Tho miestlnn was then upon Mr. IJenja
ainendiiiont to ktrlku out
'twivthirds'' in tlio soventh lino and insert
"three-tlfths," and It wns lost Dy sw lo j.
A votn was then upon tlio motion of Mr.
Allen, of Alexander, to strike out tho on
tiro proviso, and It was carried.
-Mr. Craig moved to amend by inserting
tho worth "throe-flftu" in place of "a
majority, ' in the second lino of ttioamciui
td section. , , ,
Mr. Allen, of Crawford, though n ma
registered voters should bu
required, nnd opposed tho amendment. Ho
onereu a suossnui"!
s.Vi. nmitv keat shall bo removed until
tho point to which it Is proposed to bo ro-
lnoeil tin 1 1 IK) lixeu uy mw, iiuu tiuijxi
Itv of tho legal regestered votors of that
countv shall hnvo voted In favor of its ro
movaf to such n point; but no vote shall
bo had upon such romovnl of county scat
oftener than onco In ten years."
.Mr. Schotleld tail even this would not
compel n strictly lair voto. Ho otlorod a
substitute, tho sumo to bo submitted to u
leperuto voto of tho people.
-Mr. Archor, had alwuys bcin onpowd to
any principle bv which a majority of tho
people wero forbidden to control any pub
lie question at tho polls. IIu favored Mr.
Allen s subitituto.
Mr. tiaiublo oll'crod an amendmont that
all persons voting on such questions shall
have resided In tliucounly six months.
Mr, Underwood said, "Let us havo
peace." ThU was a good motto for county
matter as well as for Slate and national
matters. Ho favored it threo-flfth re
quirement. Theru could bo no perma
nency without ioinu such provision.
Mr. CrnlgV amendment wns laid on the
Mr, Gamble.' s amendment provided
further that no person shnll voto upon tho
quct!on who has not resided in tho county
six months, nnd in tho election district
ninety days next preceding the election.
Mr. Tincbcr moved to amend the
nmendtneni, ns follows:
"Provided that tho question of tho re
moval of county Sont shall not bo submit-'
ted oftener thnn onco In ton years' to n
voto of the people.1'
.Both amendments wero adopted.
F.Mr. Allen, nf Crawford, moved to strike
out "voting on tills question," which was
Mr, Atkins, of Morgan, moved tonmcml
by Inserting nfter "county," in tho sceflul
line, the worth ''to bo nsccrtnlued in such
manner ns shall bo presctlbed by general
Tho section wa adopted, n, follows:
Skotion A. No county sent shall be
removed until tho point to which' it in pro
posed to bo removed shall ho fixed in pur
suance of law and n majority of tho county
to bo noertalned In such manner a shall
bo precril)od by general law, shall have
voted in favor of its removal to such point;
jiroriilnl that no person shall have voted
upun tlio question wlin lia lint resUeil in
tlio country six months nnd in tho elec
tion procinct ninety days next proceeding
tho election f nnd prot'ulrd further that tho
question of tho removal of n county sent
klinll Uot bo submitted oftener than once
In ten y cars to a voto of tho pcop'o."
Mr. Turner moved to reconsider the
amendment to Section 1 by which cities of
two hundred thounnd population mnv bo
mode into sepeartu counties, tint withdrew
Aftoi" nlucb discussion section live was
adopted In the following amended form :
Tlio section was then adopted, at fol
lows: Skctiok !i. In each county there shall
bo elected tho following county ollloors :
County .Tudg", SheriH', County Clerk,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court, who may bo,
rr-Jfiei6. llecordcr of Dacds, except in nil
counties lmvltiL' sixty thousand nnd more
Inhabitants, in which counties n itecordor
of Deeds shall bo elected at tho general
election in lt)i; Treasurer, surveyor at;
Coroner, each of whom shall enter upon
iho duties of their ofllcc respectively nn
tho first Monday of Decumber after tholr
election, ami tliey shall noiu tncir respect
ive olllces for thu term of four years, except
of otllco of Treasurer. SherilT nnd Coroner,
who shall )iold their ollico for two years,
nnd until their successor shall bo clectcu
andmtallfled. Thero shall nlso be cilected
in each county ono or moro Mnters In
Chancery, who shall hold ollico for two
years, mid v.lioe compensation shall bo
'fixed bv law: protiilcJ, that thu Mastorsln
unancory now in omco snail continue to
hold their olllces until tho terms for which
they wero nppoinled expire.
.Section 0 was taken up.
Mr. Kchoheld moved to strike out
"Countv Hoard" in tlio first line, and in
sert "tho General Assembly may provide
After remarks by Messrs. .Schollold,
Hart, nnd Allen (of Crawford), Mr. Tur
ner moved to striko out thu section, for
tho reason that tho eighth section covered
thu whole subject. Ho argued that the
cause ot tlio willows ami orphans ucmamlcu
tliat it should bu stricken out.
Mr. dimming defended tlio section, nnd
contended with warmth and animation in
favor of leavliiir witli tho Hoard of bupcr
visors the fixing of tho compensation of
Mr. Haines, of Luke, presented thu
reasons of tho commlttco for fixing tlio
terms of tho section. Ho iiropovd before
the section Wilt disposed of to add the
following provision: "Thi section shall
continue In forcu until changed by law.
Mr. -McCoy defended tho section ns it
now stands, Ilo believed tho Hoard of
Supervisors equal in intellect mid honesty
to nny other lly of men in the Stnto.
'Iho previous question was moved but
Mr Ityan mado fun of Turner's cham
pionship of tho widows and orphans. He
also delimited tho integrity ami Intelligence
of tho County .Supervisors. They aro not
inhuman men. '1 hoy understand tho peo
ple's right, and will defend them.
Tho main question was then ordered and
taken on tho motion of Mr. Turner to
striko out thu entire section. Lost,
Thu niiieiidmeut of Mr. Scholleld was
Tho main question was then ordered on
tho adoption of the section.
Considerable filibustering followed, in
which a dozen gentlemen gave tholr views
on parliamentary rules, raiseii points oi
order, etc., utc. a voto wa uiiiuiy reaeiieu
ami tho section a rcportim ny ihs win
mlttiHjof thu Whole wusj adopted Mto'-M
Kur JhiIk of til Niiirrmr f'oiirl.
Vre authorise!! lo annoiinee lluit tliu lion
SI O.VKV llltKIMXIl L mndliUte for the iittlco
of Judjo of ili8iiirein Court of Illlnoit, from
It," Klrt ilruii'l Ditlolnii, Ij.iMioii on Moinl.iv,
June fl, ISTU,
MM m SALE,
-pOH 8 A I.E.
SPLENDID CHAXCi: foi I.NVlT.MET
TWO WKI.L IMI'HSSVI'U FAKIN
In north Hsllsril,eoaUlnliiK sboiit t9' mwen each,
frsmo ilu i'IIIiir hoiunanil all necery cmii.iii.i
on mil' iif tlifin; unit a enltaiie ilui'llinz, tallo
rnt oaenf th flnrit tnlmeeo larn in trjo eoimtj
on the other. Thcsn farm, lie in llm tin.-. I luluic.
cu (.tokiiiu royioii uf Kentiieky l-ln; par'ly a
fertllw er.'fU IkiIioiii, anil well wnlcrr.l.
Ksvrjr Acrs of Sllu l.aml
In UKOeiitihlA fu tho most iiieressful cii'lhatlon,
Tlw farinsj ila, ami will Ui olJ Mjarately vr In
Kur lermi anit further iwrlleuUrn applyon the
premls.-s or to W Dlliiii,
llliilldrllle, Kentucky, or to
j. y. iti.AKi:,
IMI'l h HILLS
miio i,kvi:i:, oaiiio.
Fl'I.TOX k SOXS, - - Froprlelors.
Ar .Now Iss 1'iiU OssorHlion.
Mr. Kiillun So in ht nrtnarpj lo furiiiuli
nil kind, of flour of Hie l't iiiaily, mul nlu
Mill kmI of al! kiniln. (Iraliani f lour. Ill .neks
or In ! iisutlly, rnsd from the Iwst Whlla
A GALA DAY!
P I ON S C
Tuesday, IViay 3
Tho. Cniro Silver Cornet
Barid haw perfected nri'nti?-
lnunts Tor u grand picnio on
Tuesday, May lid. j fetenin-
Ijoai, aim larr,o barge, it neces
sary, the two turnifliing ample
room lor Mtccn hundred per
sons, have been chartered, and
will be so ai ranged as to insure
tho perfect safety of those who
may attend, and particularly
The schools of tho City
have been invited, nutl most
of them have, signified a pur
pose to be present.
Iho grounds selected are the
beautiful hills at Fort .Jenorson,
Kentucky by far the most
romantic spot for a picnic
within the reach of Cairo.
The members of the band,
tho' School Directors, teach
ers and others, will exercise
constant caro to prevent any
Spiiituous liquors or intoxi
cated persons will not be al
lowed on the boat.
Families, will provide their
own retrcshinoiits, but should
anvone prefer not to be encum
bered with a basket, refresh
ment stands will be found on
The net proceeds of the pie
nic, if any, will be used in the
purchase ol a now set ot in
struinents for tho band.
Fare, for the round trip, ;")()
cents. Special arrangements
for tho school children. All
other children will be charged
April 28, 1S70.
S99KS, STATIONERY, ETC,
TIIK Hi CAM CI I
l.emr. Caiio csery
limklMiolocc' )im. '-foji with Irixnast
, -WO At
with trains tea
3V J3 XI V X Xi Xj 23.
Particular lit t r n t litis l ny lisislisros,
EiV TO UMt OAT.
Tlio .Vi'tv Totv ami Job Itout
W. IT. COULTMl, Waster,
Ik )rrJMiri-l ut a',1 Inn. In Un rll klmls l Inu'.
Inx hiwI Jul'hlni! on tin most HUiOuaMx loiiiii,
Uiiidquurt.TH at Cairo, Illinois,
in ur 151 1'
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CPTY H&TIONAL BANK
V. I. IIAM.IDAV, I'ir.hlfiiSi
t. U. SAPKOUII, fH.hlfri
WAl.TIttt IIVI.OI', Allaul Caslitri,
S, Mt T)lor, W. I'. Ilslllilsr
Srntt ttlillr, Ilolit.ll. Cunalapham
(Irn. II. HIIIUiikiiii, sttpliMi Hint.
A. II. rrnr.l.
KxelianN Coin nnd
V. lSuiul nought
A OrNHHAI, IIAMil.XSl Ill'SI.M'JSN
FinST H&TIQN&L BANK
llAXin. Ill'ltll, S'rn.hlonli
ItOIII.lt T Y. MII.M:it, Vlce.l'rm.t
V. X. If I'Mlli:, Cnahlrr.
Collections Promptly Made
E.vclimmo, .'uln, Itiitik Xott'ss
mill I.' -t I Ifil StatiM Seciirl
til1 llotiKlit iinsl
Inlprtil AllniTPsl on Tlmp Deposits.
y.". ii. nciu'ttkii.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aittnt for t.t l'ninla of
CREAM AXD .STOCK ALE
Imjaortocl Alosi oTclir-
X. 7."5 oib:i levee
LA IHO, ILLINOIS.
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
neltrirri lice, .Merchants nf Cairn.
. I). U'IM.I.i.USO.V,
No. 70 Ohio Lovco,
Npeclnl utinitlnn kIvcii lo Cusisln.
i titeuls and I'llllsiu rslr.
W. stralton. T. UlrJ.
TItATTOX A: IIIItl,
(Hneee.om toFtrntton, llncUou A Clark,)
57 OHIO Xj 13 XT 23 13
Airessts of Asiisilcisti I'ouilcr Co., nil)!
SluiiuUcturtrs AKrutisfor Cotton Vsurss.
Q.LOVEH A HOS,
GUN 1 10CKSMITHS,
4'oiiiinrrcUl st,( cor. ssf lHlls alreel.
CAIRO .'. ,!l,MNOH,
ManufnMtir's aut repairs alt klmls of
Guns, Locks, Keys, Etc
CSrWorlc warisntecl au J cliargM rMonule.
110 OHIO LEVEE,
It t' STOKK.
C.I I it O, Mfjl.
t'OMI'KTKXT ASSISTANTS I
Oitr (Inmlis Slur Hr.l Ilelrirp.'
Ksrr the lKft sn.l fomplHct tneli of
Anl itwrst In their tin l t fmin'1 1'
iwn-n ft. tiul. nn'l Mrinph .
In Our Prescription Department
W(t u none t.ut tlm
PI'llltNT AXISJISSHT HI I.IAIII.i:
A lull line of
. . ., VI.. MrB WIllS.
Vrlil.lir. ' (III., 1'rtlissllriioltra,
Siluro, r,, Ar-i
IV t.tllilK STOCK.
r IZ.VItO OIL.
J Hi I recrlvnl Irmti ISr. IIhiiiIIu'h I.ab.
rntair'. t CIiIcako,
It.m'ri'. s. a mllcinr nerl no sclrrrti.ing i
This ne'l'n I- only lo Inform you that II cmt
kUplil to ) on
AM, Ol" THE IIKSTQL'AI.ITY
mm: malakia ki.vcj.
For Chills and Fever,
Is Hie iucmUoIii Hint IivuIh all
nllioris. IIAHCI.AY IIKOTII
i:it.S Imre Itiuitl ri-s'ssiiinn'inl ll.
ksi:.c'i; of ja.haica
Pure and Strong,
To be linsl Iy lli SIiikIo Jttillle
or. nt U'lioli'Htile,
Standard White Oil,
ix iiti.sr: oititi:u,
For Halo In iiiimtiti', from
suits barrel anil iiitvnrlH, lov
for fiissli, at l!AltXAY IIKOS.
Arc iurltosl lo exaiiilnu our
i:o. a. ;iims.iiA,
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DEALER IN FIREWOOD
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