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TIIE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1872,
JOHN If OHEIU.r, Kditorand 1'itMtaher.
TM Or tUK DlILT Ill'LLKTIN I
Out week, by currier, V
One, rear tiy carrier, In adranco 10 IK)
)r.a iionth by i.nvll 75
Th.'M months ................ J2 SS
8 l months, ...... ..... ......... 4 23
Oil Year - " 8 00
. or kt least tho fear of
vcr. A dim temcmbrtneeof hating tta&jfM
Gulliver's TrnvolBcroiicd the disc of dur r thU contention ikobld nomlnatu a
rcsoluto advocBto of tariff reform, on a
pktform'oxpltclt and foarlcsi, ho will be
memory, hut on consulting nn cn V"'
din, wo find they woro written """Jnn'
nthan Swllt, In tho vw ,n0 nnJ U h
bo that IJulH"'. However, regretting
oitr Inaly 10 H'covcrjsonicthlng iloCnlto
ftVut Gulliver, wo give tho "call" Iho-
benefit of our circulation.
THE DOLLAR WEKKLT HUI.l.KTIN.
John II. Obetly A CO. hto reduced the, nil"
of the Weekly Cairo liulletm to
Out DMar per
perimbll.heii inKouthern Illinois
Out Mlar ptrmrum, making It Ihe cheapest pa
A' ton of President Tyler, editing a radi
cal" paper "Florida, wn"1' l,"co Grn"1
re-elecfcd with Seward as vice-president.
A TisiTon at n colored echool in Rich
mond recently asked ono of tho small boys
what ho wanted to bo when ho grow up,
and tho reply wa, " 1 want to bo (Ion.
Grant.'' That boy had heard of Grant's
dogs and horses.
Cosonr.ss has pasted n bill authorizing
tho uso of postal curds' nl ono cent postage
Tho cards aro to have an envelope flap to
them so that their contents will bo con
ccalcd. Tho postal card system 1ms been
in uso in Knglaud for a length of time,
and has gvcn general satisfaction .
Tue government agent sent to invest)
gato tho charges of mismanagement in tho
St. Louis postofllcc, reports tho ofllco as
tho most "irregular" in tho United Slntes
oxcept that of New Orleans. All tho
charges aro sustained and tho removal of
postmaster Smith recommended on tho
ground of Incompetency nnd neglect.
Oku. IlAiiTiiAvrT, the nominee of tho
Pennsylvania republican convention, for
govornor, is a proper radical candidate.
Uartrault is suspected of having had moro
to do with tho defalcation of claim agent
Evans than a strictly lionott man should
havo had, but this only recommended him
tho moro strongly to tho convextlun,
which was made up of office-holders under
Grant arid friends of tho administration.
rvW-A poor shoemaker who was sent to
tlio Now York legislature by somo rural
constituency, many years ngo, Introduced
a hill to nbollsirimprlsonmont for dobt
Tho tlmo was rlpo for tho reform; tho bill
was put Into shape by competent lawyers,
nnd pnsfcd: nnd now "tho Stllwoll net'
has secured n famo for its humblo nutlior
that tho most distinguished legislators of
tho Empiro state might envy. It seems
probable that grentnoss will ho lliriut in n
similar manner upon jlr. Adair, tlio nu
thor of tho Ohio law. Tlio statute has
been onnctcd substantially during tlio
past winter, by tho legislatures of Illinois,
Wisconsin, and Iowa, anil, it is liclicvcti
several other stales j at least it is iiroli
nblo that tho manifest justlco of its ftindn
mental principlo will ho recognized and
nn forced bv nil tho states of tho union
within ten years. Hut according to n ro
port that has recently found Us way into
print, tho nutlior Is not to bo erccMcl with
any very lofty motivo in us inception
Mr. Adair was n member of tlio leglsln
turc of leOO-'TO, from Carroll county. In
tlio election ho was venomously opposed
bv tlio keepers of two small groggcrios
Mr. Adair, who is not a temperanco man
In principlo or practice, resolved
niinlsli theso follows, nnd nt lust hit upon
tho idea of this law. Accordingly ho
framed tho bill, which was passed, and
which is now known In tho stale" as "tli
Somebody says : " "What moro like cold
mutton than the position f an cx-Presi-'
dent. Nothing to aspire to people talk
' about a sncriflco of dignity if ho goes to
1 work liko n man, nnd takes his part in
'tho lifo nbout him, yet thoy provido him
' with no pension to make this unnccessa
' ry." "Wo suspect tho nbovo was written
by a radical who would liko to seo tho
United States scttlo a pension on Onint
when Lis term expires whotiior Hint slinli
bo at tho end of tho present term or the
next. But tho hint is uncalled for.
Grant's friends havo pensioned him al
ready, and there will be no necessity for
him to "go to work liko n man."
The Pennsylvania rndlcnl conven
tion which mot on tho tenth instant, pas
sed tho usual resolutions, commencing
with on nffilrmntion of duvotlon to tho
principles of tho republican party nnd
ending with tho resolution, unanimously
adopted, that tho delegates from Pennsyl
vania to tho natloaal convention nro in
structed to cast tho cntiro voto of tho
stato for Grant for prosident,, nnd on tho
question of vice-president they nro in
structed to net together for tho best Inter
ctts of tho republican party. Tlio cori
vention was packed in tho interest o!
Grant, and all tlio proceedings wcro nr
ranged beforo hand and wont off accor
ding to programme
A brECtAL TELKunAM from Springlleld
to tho Missouri 'ltcpuhllcan' of Thursday
Mr. Horace Whito of tho Chicago 'Trio
mo' has Leon horo for tho past two days
in cons ult'ition with prominent nnd influen
tial liberal republicans, unci Hint gontlo
man has prepared n paper which will
shortly ho published, nnd which will bo
signed by somo of tlio best men in tho
rnpublican party. This document is sim
ilar to that to which Horaco (Jreoloy nnd
ether leading republicans of New 'York
recently attached their names, and which
you will recollect cnused so fearful u polit
ical carlhquttko throughout tho empire,
state. Among tho signers to tlio call aro
Horaco "Whito, Chicago 'Trlbunoj' Hon.
Josso K. Dubois, O. M. Hatch, O. 11.
Miner, "Win. Jnyno, Gen. John McUon
noll, Cook, KX'Gov. Koernor of Belle
ville, Hon. Wm. Moulton of Shulb.vville,
Hon. John Bryant of Giileslurg, Judgo
Danmer of .Ineksonvillo, nnd many other
prominent and influential republicans in
all parts of tlio state.
This certainly looks liko business, nnd
is calculated to eauic the friends of Grant
to feel "confused and sorely troubled."
"With tho loss of tho German voto in this
state, which it is now generally Unuvid
the radicals will sulfur, and this revolt
among tho former Influential snpportors of
Gront, his prospects in Illinois cannot be
Wahhixoton, April 10. The president
lias nearly recovered from his recent ill
ness, nnd was out to-day.
Matamoiiah, April 10. Thero is n re
port from Saltllio that Itoscu is moving
that direction with nlno thousand men.
Boston, April 10. Edwin Forrest lias
passed tho crisis in his disease, which for
sovoral days threatened his life, nnd is
now rapidly improving.
Cincinnati, April 10. Tlio loss of
coal and barges at this point, by tho recent
floods sweeping them from tho mooring,
is estimated at from $100,000 to 200,000.
Memphis, April 10. In a card in to
morrow's ' Avalanche ' Gen. Frank Cheat
ham announces himself as n democratic
candidato for governor of Totincssco.
IlAnTFonn, Conn., April 9. Deeds for
tlio snlo of Trinity college grounds to tho
city for ?50O,O00 havo boon mndo out,
Thocollego will also givo bonds to com
mence n now building within tlio city lim
its within fivo vears.
"Washington, April 10. Bed Cloud
promises to keep pence but is insolent to
our ofllcers and objects to being hold re
sponsible for depredations committed by
his young men. Ho desires his aucney
moved nearer to tho military post. Col.
Smllk, commander of tlio post, does not
anticipate serious trouble.
Tot'KKA, Kan., April 10. Thu liberal
republican convention met hero this aftor
noon and organized by the election of ox
Gov. H. J. Crawford, president, with
eleven vice-presidents nnd three secreta
ries. Tho question of credentials cutno up
nnd it was finally decided that all who
would agrco to go with thu party in tho
future might parlicipatoin thu convention
without referenco to previous political
Nuw OitLKAN!, April 10. Tho colored
men's national convention met at tho Mo
chanics Instituto nt noon to-day, nnd wns
called to order by Lieutenant Govornor
Bansien, of South Carolina, who read tho
resolution of tho colored men's nntlonnl
convention hold Inst year at Charleston,
under which tho present convention Is
culled, delivered n brief speech, staling tho
object of the convention to bo to promoto
tho welfare of tlio colored race. Thirty
nino dolegntcs so far aro registered, all
from thotoutb, with tho oxcoption of one
from Pcnnsylvuiiiu, A coiiiinilteo on
credentials was appointed nnd tho conven
tion took i. recess.
elected, nnd with him a reform
Great changes, for which years would not
buiiico imuor ordinary circumstances, may
thus bo reached ntotico. But If the frlonds
of this reform lcavo this convention to ba
controlled by its adversaries, thov will
hnvo only themselves to blamo In futuro
yoirs it oppressivo exactions aro continued
by grasping monopolists.
Those who really want tariff reform
will beuln work nt once. If you can pos
sibly nttend tho convention at Cincinnati,
mako provisions to do so, li not, seo that
somo republican who knows what tariff
retorm moans, and is in earnest about it,
will attond fruin your neighborhood. If,
as often happens, tho best man is not nblo
to bear tho oxponso nnd loss of tlmo In
volved by nttendincr, cnll together somo
nctivo and earnest friends of tho cause,
appoint him your delegate, nnd mako up
n sum to meet ins nxpenses. form a local
club, and send him as Its representative.
in ono wny or another, innko suro mat
your town or county shall bo ropresontcd
at Cincinnati by n republican ready and
willing to do bnttio lor larin retorm.
Thcso things will tako tlmo nnd sacri
fice. But rcmembor thnt if thoso who pay
taxes refuse to do anything to protect
their own interests, no set of politicians
will over bo found to guard thorn. Bo
member that all tho monopolists will work
willingly nnd contrlbuto freoly to defeat
you. Tlio cause of reform lias no resorvo
fund, made up of profits wrenched from
oppressed people. It must rely upon tho
earnestness, tho nasVlotism, nnd the Intel
ligent effort oC tho millions whoc wol-
laro it sccits to promote.
FANNY FERN'S ROSE,
A KITCHKN ROMANCE.
Knnnv's hoiic-servnnls nro nccro irirl.
and tho special duty of ono of them is to
carry u cup ot strong coffco nnd a biscuit
early in tho mornltii; to her mistress, who,
for several hours, until tho writing is
tlnlslicd for tho day, takes no other roircsh
mcnt. Ono certain morning Boso did not
nppcar with tho desired coffee, nnd tho bell
was appealed to, which, aftor sovoral im
pationt jerks, was answered, not by Rose,
but' by Violet. ""Whoro is Boso?" in
(mires Fanny. "Busy In do kitchen,
missus," Is tlio nnswer. "But it is your
business to nttend to inn Kitcuen wnrK,
nnd I wish Boso to uttend to me." "With
a sniff of outraged propriety and Insulted
modesty, Violet stated that "Boso is
'tlc'larly 'gaged Jcstdls timo in do kitchen,
nnd sho can't sparo horsoli from her 'gage
mont lone 'null to brine up any coffco."
No questioning could elicit from Violet
any furlhor information respecting the
''tlo'lnr 'gagemotit" of her sistor servant;
hut sho flung out of the room with the re
mark thnt, "If missus como down to
do kitchen, you'll seo somefln' that'll
mako you open dem eyes of you'n at last;
tlnk doy must hab been shut up tight fo'
do las' fo' live months." Tho kitchen
achieved, it took but n singlo glnnco for
an cxperionced wlfo nnd mother to ac
count for tho strnugo communications and
tho action of Violet. Tbero was no mis
take. Boso's "tic'lar engagement" was with
a now-torn ink-black baby, or tho femal
species, whom sho had succeeded in Intro
duclng to tho world in'goncral, and Fanny
Fern In particular, without tlio intorven-
Ing nssistanco of doctor, nurse, or friends.
Even her fellow sorvnnt, Violet, had post-
tlvoiy refused to rondor her tho slighest
nssistanco, nllcelnir, with a snort of out-
raced virtue, "tuat suo wouldn't novo
nollln to do wid sucli trash." Tho ooor
gin, unuing norsoii unexpectedly III, had
actually suppressed every cry and groan,
and hud made iter littlo contribution to
tho census alono and unaided, rather
than "gib nny troublo to Missus Parton."
Jnmcs wns summoned, nnd, paus
ing only lone enough to
exclaim, in ins usual cool
nnd collected way, "wliy, r unny I
Funny I Funnvl wbo what wbv how
what is It all nbout 1 Is this sort of thing
cusiomnrv i Aro moro any moro roses
to blocm V Then Fanny jammed his bat
on his head hind-tide bofore, nnd showed
him forth. "Indeed Mis' Parton." cried
tho poor thing, fenrful lest sho bad given
moral otl'enso by her unexpected perform
ance, "'deed, Alia Parton, didn't go for to
doit; 'pon my soul, Mis' Parton, never
dono it befo'; novcr do so no mo'." It
in ii ii ,Iia " 1 . 1 Lln.ni A lin.lir win In
wretched husband, who had deserted hor
aftor spending every dollar of her littlo
savings-bank account, and left her to go
back to hor dish-pnns. With the gonulno
charity and kindness af heart that havo
ever ciiaractcrizcd botn Mr. and Mrs,
rnrton, thoy soothed tho poor girl, and
took enro of her until sho was ablo to bo
removed In a enrrintro to hor friends
Then, nt tlio request of Bose, tho young
ouu wns transierreu to tno lounditng hos
pital, to which establishment tho eminent
author nnd authoress both accompanied the
littlo wnlf.nnd personally uave it. explain
ing nil tho circumstances, into tho loving
caro of "Sister Irene."
A tew days ngo, wo received by mail a
"call for n convention" addressed to all
christians opposed to secret societies in
general and free mdsonry ii particular
The convention is appointed for tho 7th
and 8th days of May next, avid "every
Preo Methodist, Wcsloyan, United Breth
rap, (United Frcsbytcrlur. and Congrega
tionsl Church within two bund'rod miles
of Normal" is enjoined to "elect oio or
moro delegates, raise fifteen or twenty dol
bus to pay his or their expenses to tho con
vention." As an incentive, to the public
to attend, the "call contains tho informa
tion tbut President Blnnchard and Presi
dent Gulliver will bo present and nddreis
me convention. It is painful to us to ac
knowledge ourlunorancoof tho eolobrateri
men ofthostute.but until wo received this
"call," we actually never heard of olthor
Prwldcnt Blanchurd or Prektdent Gulil-
AD1I11KSSKI) TO TIIK 1'UIII.IC.
H'lom I ho Tax-Payer.)
A convention railed to promote certain
reiorms, and among them 'gonulno reform
of tho turiir," will meet ut Cincinnati, Mav
1st. It is now thought probable that tin's
convention may nominate u reform enndi
date for tho presidency. If n proper per
son should bo named, it is probnblo that
ho will enncontrato tho votes of nil thoso
who desire tho overthrow of tho existing
misrule. Beccnt events havo shown Unit
a very powerful body oi republicans in
tend to bo represented In that convention.
and that several of tho oldest, ablest, and
inosi inimcuiini leauers ol t hut
parly will euslnln nnd help to
uaiu its uctlon. Jiioctions huvocouvinccd
uiu most obitlnnto doubters that, without
ui sueii republicans, no candidnto
ugKliiht Gram can bo elected. Tho New
lltuiipsh ru election, occurring in tlio stato
n which the uw reform organization
Ur,oMvVlr?rs" llmn ""ywhero else,
directly after tliiitorRHnlxUi, hud for tho
pendlture, purity in legislation nnd ad
ministration, substantial unanimity in up
holding for all clttzns n complete equal
ity of rights under tho law, and haston tho
return of fraternal concord and mutual
good will botwoen those who wcro ar
rayed against each other in sanguinnry
strlfo throughout our great civil war.
Such is our position, and it will net bo af
fected by the nomination of A, or II, or C,
or D, nt Cincinnati, Philadelphia, or else-
Mr. Grc ev further savs the 'Trlbuno'
will not bo an orenn. nnd will print no
campaign editions, whoovcr may bo the
Ills said that whon worron get
uiewkiuiu iminuu ft i)rLfcii...nt..ii ,.,u.i...
prove, that it is W f0
result. Perhaps the absurd pUtfor m
deprived the ...ovemnit of atronjth i t
hups the name of Judge Davit" w,',1 ol
well calculated to win thu voles of labor
ing men , whatever tlio cause, that move!
meiit is plainly powerless. Unless tho
convention at Cincinnati shall present a
ticket upon which Ml opponents of tho
administration can unlto. ...... ..... V
to havo four years moro ot u.Lrulo d
torthoflrsi timo in many years, thoso
who really want turlfl'r.rm J ' "l?
inV,il;d.tt0 kl0W lhcir "'M'BU'i and to join
l. unalo,lul movement lor reform. If
m 'be . u," . , '? ' PPortunlty, wo
fora Hihv ulll I . 1 uu,uu'iy yoar U0'
'.In u.y-.'n uuin have u chance to ox.
with politician 1 or nUVi 111 .Pdency
thorn and their wanu .out of u '
' " " I J V4 , LUUV 111.
present in any iorce.no party for
years will ( again shape It, action to meet
their wishes. The monopolist, who do
manifest strength und determination, wm
politics thov will purify lliem. But now
comes proof that even good women aro
not prool against contamination wuen
they go to lobbying. From tho report of
tho -Sow York commission of stato chari
ties wo learn that tho ladies who havo en
gineered most ot tho charitnblo appropria
tions to tho hospitals, etc., have counten
anced bribery to a shocking cxtont. One
lady wished to get nn appropriation of
$5000 for the New York City "Woman's
Dispensary. Homo man unknown to nor
offorcd to ect hor $7600. providod sho
would glvo him all tho grnnt abovo that
sum. This specimen refiner of politics nc
ccptcd the offer, got $7600 out of a 1 1 0,000
npproprmtion, and took a ralso-signcd re
ceipt for tho balance
Our Homo Advertisers.
72. SPRING-SUMMKR. 72
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NOT FOR GRANT.
Special to the Chicago Time.
Gen. "W. V. liartlett, orPittslleld, Mass.,
n conspicuous republican and tlioroHgh
soldier, has written to the Springlleld 'l(e
publican' denying the assertion that ho can
bo counted on to go for Giant as u soldier.
Ho says: "I nm not to bo counted onto
go tor Grant if tlmt means, as 1 fear it
docs, blind allegiance to tho group of pol
iticians under whusu control Gen. Grant
hns uufortunntoly placed himself, and
whoso solicitude acoins to bo greater for
tho republican party than tlio wnlfaro of
tho country, lint I am waiting, as I
know thousands of other cood soldiurs and
good republicans now counted on for
Grant, nnd iood men of all narties nm
waiting for tho nomination of u
man wlioso administration shull lm
abovo suspicion, not ubovo investigation ;
who cannot bo used or abused bv unv sot
of selllsli politicians of any party; who
win iiiUBiruiu iiiu iruu meaning ot civil
service reform by benellting atd enrich
ing 1110 nation, unu not tuo individuals:
whoso ability as a statesman is balanced
by his integrity its u man: whosn
services to his country in tho darkest day
or our civil war, when, singlo-handod, nt
tho English court ho steiunied tho tide of
loroign intcrvoniron with skill und fear
lessness unsurpassed, can iiovlt hn r..rcrni.
ten by thoso to whom the honor of their
country is as dear us her success j whoso
nuuio is Charles Prancij Adams, und
whom, if tho Cliiciuiiati convention shall
havo tho wisdom to nominate, tho people
,1111 uiiiu .nu iiuujjuiiuuiii;u to elect.
TIIK roSlTIONOFTHE NEW VOnU TRIBUNE.
NkwYoRK, Anrll 0 llornrn JrRlnv
prints the following in tho 'Tribune' to
morrow, us iu tue course ol that paper in
the forthcoming presidential campaign s
"! irst, if thoro shall bo democratic can-
uiuatcs mr prcsiuent nnd vico.prcsldent in
flinflnlil wnmiMiAdnU ...... . ,
..... -) i auiipon mat repub.
llcan ticket which eoems most llkolv to
"Socond, if tho main issuo in tlm n. .,..
bo protection against frco trade, wo shull
no iimiiBr iu cxnuiuute, uo round oh
tho side of protection.
'Third, but if. as wo lionn nnrt
there shall bo two republican tickets und
none othor presented with nny liopo of
success, wo shall favor that ono whoso
election will be, In cur judgment, most
iiKiy to promoto economy In public er
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RUMYTII A CO. ell exeluilffly for ea.h.lo
. which faet lhT Inrll Ihe e.plal atlea
lion ol clo.e baraln bujiri.
Sptetnl attention giren to Filling Ordert.
Principal Office 101 W. Fifth St., Cin. O
TIIK ONLY I1KLIAHI.K OtFT ENTERI'niSE IN
I N V A I. U A 1! L E GIFTS
To Iwill.tribuled In
X,. 3D . S IISTE'S
To lioilnat Mondty. Abtll Ith, 172.
TWO Gl.AKI) CAI'ITALS Ol"
S5,000 in Greenbacks !
Sine I'rlxi ft3,000 lu Kllteri
Two Prizes $1,000 . f
Five Prizes $500 f J GnEKNBACKS.
Ti-n Prizes S100 (
One Homb ai.d ittiKKy with Silver-Mounted liar
ne, worth fU each.
One fine-toned Itoaewoml fmno, north tVO.
Ten fimily eln! ma'hlne, worth tlOO
each. l"ie heavy cK-d gold hiiiillnK walfhei.
nml Iich?)' K'd eliaitu vo;tli W) ewh. 1'ire
cold Aliiericnn hiinlinK wale).,., worth ft'iieach.
Ten Imlle golil liunllni; w.itchea worth one hun.
dreil ilollarH eiich, KiKlt hundred gold and
liver Icier hnntlnR watphen (in Ml) worth
from fvi lo t'i. I.ndien' ((old leontlne clialnv,
gcnt'KoM vertchnlni,. i-olld and doiiMH-idateU
cller table and tempuoiiH, photograph albums
Jewelry, etc, etc.
Whole number kITIh, t,,it. TickeU limited I
Aitentn unnled to fell Tirkrtato wltoia i'barnl
pieniluniM will he paid. v
SicjIh tickets II ; ru tlcketa S.'. : Uielu'wielj,
f 10; twentr.flTefjo.
Circular." coniiimiiiK a full lift of prliea. a de
roripllon of Ike innnner.of dr;iwin, and other in.
foriuntlon In reference to tho distribution, wlllh
xeiittnnny one nrderlnx them. All letter mini
b aildrexsed to I.. I). MINK, llox SC,
ornrr, Cincinnati, t)
1U1 Weil Mh si. nov2wotv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY,
Lf.o.ai.izki iiy Statk Authoiiity axp
Uuaws in Puiii.io ix St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme
Class 1), to ni: Dhawx Ai'iiii. 30,'1872.
.1,SiNO Prixrai AmonnllnK tit t300,000
1 pine of sso.too md prlics ol s ico
0) Ot MW 1WJ " ot
in of tin timo " of. 1
Tickets, $10; Half Tickets, $5, Quak
Teh Tickets, $2 50.
OfOur lotteries nre charlered by Jn Stale,
are alwaya tlrami nt tho slum named, and all
oiAivlnK aro under tlio suporrlaion or morn
commlKnlonora. , . ,.,, u , ,
ID-Tho otHcial drawing will j bo pul lhed In
IheSt. Louis papers nnd copy aent to purchaecri
MUlfi will dmw 'Y.L'ienrWM U" d"y
o e.ery tnonil. dur in h ' in..-...
' e, ei "offS o'r 'ex nreV-V S.,
eX" Add're i? MUltKAY, MII.LEH
l. O. box ot, Lo
rh. llllnola Central Hail llnad
otltr for aula the followltiK described lola In t'lfV
Addition to the City of Cairo, vln
l.ui , uiuvk 111, uov -ii wock n.
" 14 " t, " " Hi.
" 0 " 12, 82
0 ' 82, 31 kt'
" 3 " 82, S2 I?
or tornis.ele. apply to JA51E8 J011NSO.V,