THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1872
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TOR VICE i'KESIl.fc.M,
THK MAI NIC DEMOCRATIC CON
VENTION INDORSES THE
AXOT1IEK WORD IN EXl'IiA NA
TION OF THE FHEEr
TR A DEES' CON-FEKENOE.
ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
LITTLE OTOKY ABOUT THE
LONO H1UNOII HOUSE
THAT GRANT BUILT.
SPEECH OF VICE-PRESIDENT
COLFAX AT SOUTH
We, the Liberal Republicans of tho
United States in Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ple! at essential to Just government:
DEAD I8MJEN III! It IK D.
1. We recogtilzo tho cqualltyof nil
men Ireforo tho law, and hold that it Is
the duty of the government in its dealings
with the people to mete out EQUAL AN D
XACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OP
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS Oil POLITICAL.
2. "WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UN ION OF THESE
STATES, KMANCIPATION ANDEN
FRANOHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUKSTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFThENTH AMENDMENTS OF
8. "Wo demand tbo immediate and ah-
tclute removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of the rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ugo, believing
toot UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tbo
rights of all citizens more securely than
any centralized power. The people and
tho public welfare requiro the SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. "Wo demand for tho
Individual tho largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the stuto self-government,
and for the nation a return to
the methods of peace and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TIICE AN PREACHING."
. Tho civil service of the government
lias become n mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and tin
object of selDsh greed. It is a scundal
and reproach upon free Institutions, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
T1IEREFUKE A WISE DEMAND
C Wo therefore regard h THOROUGH
RcFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one of tho most pressing necessities of
the hour j thai honesty, capacity and Udol-
Uy constitute the only valid ultiltns to pub
lic employment; that tho otlices of the
government cease to bo n niatlr of arid
trary favorittim and patronage, and that
pub.ic station become again tho post
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPKR
AT IV ELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAuirrqcEKTio.v siioveu aside,
7. Wo demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily intor
fere with tho industry of tho people, and
which shall provido tho means necessary
to pay tho exponso of the lrovurnmuiii.
economically administered tho pensions.
luiMiuii uii uju jjuuijc uooi arm u mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and recognize that there are in
cur inld.l honest but Irreconcilable) dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems or protection nnd freo
"t. ftuair T1IK JJ SUUS-
r iulji TO THK Pnil l'
IiUClS, AND CUE DECISION' OP
CONG tt ESS TU EllEOS W I IOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTFKFKU
E.NCE AND DICTATION.
8. Tbo public ciedlt must be sacredly
maintained, and we DENOUN'CK hp
PUPI ATION In every form and guise.
HISU Or TUB TRUE METAL
v. a ortt.ui itETURN TO
SfECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
kiiko uy tuenigneiicoiniuerallotis ufcuin.
inerclal morality and honest government
A. nUKUIUKTUE (SOLDIER UlVN.
10. We remeniber with trrutltudn ih
oriuces of the soldiers und sailors of the
republic, and no act of ours shail ever
oeiraciirom their Justly earned lame, or
w tut iwnuiui U4 uvr puinuutrn,
1 t TIT.. . . , it-
ii. no areopposea ;o all icuther i-rants
of land to railroads or othor corporations
THE. PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET-
LIBERAL rOREIUST POLICY.
12. We hold that It is the duty of tho
rovernment In its Intercourse with foreign
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
l?.ri!:. ryri3i". 11 "l'k dishonorable
Toi ,,nZi . Tw w"ul " not "Bht or sub
mit to what is wrong.
I.:.' .i.li Jltt P,0l,nutlon n 'uccess of
. J jij...' . " "! be support of
THK LONO I1RANC1I 110UHK THAT (IIIANT
Special illipitUih to tho C)iirni$a Tritunt.
New Yohk, Juno 18. A Long Branch
correspondent, who ha beon examining
tho tenure under which President Grant
k.u. 1,1, ron ctnt t that watering
place, has stirrea up mmuu i....i1Imi- hu-u.
The correspondent ttory of how Grant
acquired nu urst cuttago ut Long Jlrau:h
runs thus: It has been said Unit certain
owners of real estate at tho West Heiid,
among whom woro Thomas Murphy,
John ilocy, and John Chatnbwrlin, made
up a ring for tho advancement of thu
price ot real estato in that part of tho vil
lage, and in tho beilef that it would tend
to raise tho prico of the surrounding nron-
erty, thoy made up a purse,,in and partly
or wholly paid for General Grant's and
ueneral I'orter's estate to luduco them to
loeato there. Of course they wouldn't
be fools enough to leave nny such transac
tion susceptible of proof." Somo of tho
politicians wont so tar as to allege that
there Was somo connection between the
president's acquisition of his first cottage
and tho appointment of 'ihomns Murphy
as collector. On tho other hand, the pres
ident s friends cImIui that he bought and
puid for the property in the usual Way;
but the county records at Freehold show
u state of tilings altogether out of tho
usual course of legitimate truffle in real es
tate. The records show that Howard
Potter deeded tho first cottage to the prus-'
ident on tne4th day of January, 1870, for
S3J,0U0. 'J ho ded wus recordod
February 1, 18 TO. The deed was
sent from Washington to a
distinguished lawyer of Freehold by
Ueneral I'orter, with a note stullngthat he
ent It by direction of tho president, und
requited the lawyer to have It recorded.
The luwyer took ibe note and deed to the
county clerk, and the deed Was recorded.
Under that deed tho president held thu
property until March. 1872. when It wus
accidentally discovered by Mr. Holmes
. Jlurphy. who was forniurlv eouniv
clerk, and U now an assistant in the ofllce,
that Howard Porter, at thu tim thn nr.
Ident paid him S3J.000 for this Droi)Hrtv.
did not own It, having sold It in Decem-
oer, loot), io Mr. James Brown, or Now
York: in other words. Mr. P
sold an estato to the president for $32,000
which ho did not own, but sold It to Mr.
Hrnwn 19 vM.iua .... ... i. u
jv.ua ..fcv, hiiu inu uresiuerii
paid $3:',O0O for un estate tho titlo to which
tin rlid not irot: and the recunla hnw h
ontho 'Jthof May. 187i., for tho purpose
givniL' iuo nrcsiacni a title to uii c.to
which ho had paid S32.00O. for this
before, Mr. Brown deeded this sumo prop-
rty to tbo preiidcnt for $1 consideration.
well, Jlr. Arrowsmith. I said to the
county clerk, "there was no investigation
..r .1... . .i.t .
i wiu una iu mis property, whatever.
None." " And is that thn Wnv mnn Hunt
in real estate'" Hardlv. SVhen we nut
out $32,000 for land, wo uro apt to look up
tho title. Directly opposite Grunt' flr.t
house at Long Branch stands his second
noune, quite an attractive nnd imposing
structure. It is forty-five feet anuure.
three stories with basement, and Mansard
roof, finished inside and outside with tuste
and skill, and was built during lust full
and sprlnir, by ono of tho Now Jersuv nr.
hitwts. The contract tirleo of tho hnusn
was 0,000. Tho land was purchased of
Theodore Thomas, and cost 570,000, so that
uiu preniuciu mis wiweu ruttier more than
ono year's salary iu his now houie, Mid,
considerably inoro thun two yeurs' salary
I.. 1 . T . . .
iii uuui nouses Hi lionc Mrunoli. or. nt
least, so tho deeds suy.
I'Ol.lTir.'AI, AVKAIHH IN NEW YORK (UTY.
Nr.w Yohk, Juno 18. Tho executive
coiiiniiltce of tho national republican gen-
unu euiiiiiiuieu nave ooen arriving in this
t-iiy BiiiBiy jor severui days past. They
were generully doinieiled at tho Fifth Av
onuo hotel, nnil, ns It was suppojed thut
thu body was ubout to anemblo for the
eouslilurullon of (luuitlnns pntirii'otoil wild
the campaign, thoy were looked after by a
reporter, this aflornoon, who, nfter tracinir
them from thu Fifth Avenue hotel to tho
repuDllcan headquarters, at laU found
mem cioteteii In tho innermost recess of
uiu nnvaiooiiicnnl li. I), Morgan &. Co..
Lxehungo pluce. There were eight mem-
uur preaem, among whom was tho chair-
man, j-.. u, Jiorgan j A. O. Cuttell, of
iiu uuiftuy; oenaior uiiaiHllcr, of Jliehi
gan; General Ames, of Mississippi, and
. 11. Kimball, of Pennsylvania. Tho
reporter inquired of Governor Morgan
whether the incidents of the meetinir
woro of sulllclent Intereit to publish, and
wus informed thoy were not, iho mi-otini;
being ''private, and Itiformal, vou know."
Oswald Oitendorfer, cf thn leading Ger
man newspaper In Now York, and onu of
the signers of tho Sclrnrz call, says tho
main object of tho Fifth uvnnim mf.P.
enoo Is for tho mutual consultation among
thoso politicians wlioiiriwinnnt.,)inr:r.,. I
and dissatisfied with tho result nflm oi,.'
clnnali convention. If the ouoitlon tmr.
rows down to Grcoloy and Grant, tho for
mor will bo supported bv Ottcndorfer.
He a'serU, however, that the
opposod to Greeley, although many of
'.hem, including Schurz, will support
him hs a last resort to beat Grant.
trio ioung .Men's Democratic reform
club so-called, has lesolved against
Greeloy. The organization is not well
known, and Is self-constltuted.
present wj)u noVgo V "Greeley "if
nominated ut Ualtlmore ""eiei, n
but the time Js passed for talking about
oulsldo candidates. So larao a proportion
of Iho democracy it already committed to
Grccloy that there is no possibility of do
foaling him at Baltimore, except by a
straight democratic ticket; As for Mr,
Adams, It Is rortaln that ho would not ac
cept a democratic, nomination tinder
present circumstances. Tho two-thirds
rnlo will, of course, prevail at Baltimore,
nnd if one-third of tho members of tho
convention took a rosoltito stand against
Grcoloy ho cannot bo nominated, but it
would bo preposterous for thorn to put
nny other oulsldo candidate against Grco
loy. Thoy can defoat him only by reviv
ing nnd Invigorating a genuine democratic
feeling, and presenting n tickot consisting
of democratic stotcsmen who havo a strong
hold on tho conudenco of tho party. Wo
bavo had quito enough of coquetting with
outside factions. Let us now fall back
upon the Irrcprossible, indomitable demo
cratic feeling. Wo shall glvo no support
to the Fifth Avenuo conference if it rccom
mo nils anything different from a straight,
clean democratic ticket."
EMT1MATK OK (IREEt.KY's BTHK.VOTI1 1IK
POKE THK IIAI.TIUOKK CONVENTION II Y
A GRANT OFflCK-HOI.PEn.
Sprclal dispatch to Ihn Chicago Tribune.
Washington, Juno 18. Ono of tho
strongest of tho Grant office-holder bus
made an estimato of tho strength of Mr,
Grcoloy boforo tho Baltimore convention.
Notice is taken of tho fact hero becauso
the o 111 cor Is ono of tho shrowdest observ
ers ol political uenu, Jiml wlinsn Judc
ment as to tho future is received with ro
snect everywhere Ho says that ho has
liltlo doubt that Grcoloy will have 517
delegates out of the 724 on the first ballot,
und that of tho delegates nlready chosen by
the several states 317 nro favorable to
Grccloy and only thirteen against him.
theso being from Oregon, Delaware, and
ono from West Virginia. Ho also says
that thoro Is a powerful effort making on
tho part of some of the old hunkers of tho
democracy to defeat Greeley beforo tho
convention by a coup f etat, and that let
ters nnd cireulnrs in great numbers havo
been confidentially circulated for the pur
pose. Tho scheme, as developed, Is to se
cure the states of Arkansas, Georgia, Ohio,
Illinois, Texas, and Jew Jcrsoy, which, it
is hold, would do much toward controll
ing tho convention. Thu ofllcpr. however.
unhesitatingly admits that Greeley will
bo nominated, and that tho content In No
vember will bo a very close one.
a letter received at the ureeley and
Brown headquarters, to-day, from one of
tho loading .Democrats ol Indian, dated
Terro Haute, Juno II, says that Judge
JJowlinL' was selected at Delccate-at-Larue
for the State, beating Dan Voorhecs by a
vote of 13-1 to 37. Tho letter also savs
that tho latter gentleman failed to rcccivo
rococnizutlon. and that his vnultir.e
ambition o'erleapod itself, and. Indeed, that
he has got no followers. Thirty dolegatcs
havo.been chosen from that Mate, and they
aro a unit for Greeley. Preparations are
maKing lor a moaster mass-meeting, in
favor of Greeley and Brown, at Warrenton,
Vs., on Weduesdoy, tho 26th inst. A spe
cial train will be run from hero and Alex
anileria, and it ir expected the meeting
will bo one of the largest ever held In the
State. Warrenton being tho home of Gen
oral Mosby, the latter will bo invited to
speak at tho meeting in behalf of Grant,
nnd say nil the good; he can dovise of Cse
snr. The citizens of that town are anxious
to hear Mosby expluin the reason for bis
course, and the statements he made in a
recent interview with the president.
Among the speakers will bo ex-Governor
Wm. Smith. M. F Conway, Lewis Mc
Klnnoy, and, probably, Governor Fenton
TQ0MBS TURNED LOOSE.
THE FIERY ERRATIC GEORGIAN
STILL FOR WAR.
THE GREAT UNRECONSTRUCTED
Itm cnrllriiil,n nr,,nlnJ,. .. .:..
.eoHfMlion of 1 patriotlcycitirccn Hb
4tmx4 to prevlou political fflhtJoB
BultimnrH, sh tint! .
Plll.. l. 1 . .
that Mr. Groolof t unexw "i J?"
t LMMeminnl l,. )...,! . -""""""naiion
a . V, i i . ' ""cuiuvous
euci III un
i.racu i? ii nil i1,.i,...,iii.
he democratic party A blind, unreileci.
Ing majority of the party' look with
favor on Mr. Groo ov. mi ti,..;. ..... ,
nn inio ine creatcst m itabH nvr
by sunemen. It is possible that Mr.Groe-
ley s nominauon may bo endorsed at Bui.
tiir.ore. but if the Jfaltl
should perpetrate so flagrant a blunder,
there Ii hardly a chanco that Mr. Grnlv
would be eleetod. Greeley has but the
baron handful of adherents who would
mui out oi mo remib can or....n.
e havo hopes and 1 ID I'm hps
urns movement or anv Chn m,.,.,.:
oven though it should be unanimously
indorsed by tho eminent gentlemen who
.,1 ", . . 1 I virX UK0 'v,,lc" to
,.i.v.D v io nm avenue Hotel day a
.v-misnun. M laKU no lloeli (l Bnv
are to meet nt the rifth Avenue
dr. Ad si
j would not havo objected to Judge Cliaie,
General Toombs made u speech in At
lanta on the night of the 13th. Here it is :
"Fellow Citizens: I am not in this
programme. Laughtor. 1 camo hero
as n listener. J havo not mado a speech
in public slnco 1808. 1 lmvo been watch
ing events, though, I am an outlaw.
1 am proud of my outlawry laughter,
and I thank tho living God that 1 havo
lived to seo just such a stain of things, be
cause wo shall bo oblo to sift tho chat!'
from thn wheat; wo can Und out all tho
democrats, chalk their backs and kick tho
outers out I daughter.! I stand upon
tho principle of public lfborty which have
beon advocated for eight centuries by my
ancestors principles as good to-day "as in
1237. I stand by freo government and
tho right of freemen to govorn themselves.
" Ytu talk to mo about your Grants and
Mr. Greoleya, and all such stuff. I will
beat them at the ballot box, or any other
sort of bov you choose. Applanso and
"Now, this Is a very plain question
viieru is un irouuio aooul it. Show mo i
man that tried to mako a party out of th
nogroes, and I will show you a Greolov
man. show mo a Bullock man that has
tunrsd democrat, and I will show you
Ureeley man a thief that has robbed th
state, and 1 will show vou a Grenlov in un
Show me ono of tho Mitchell orphans, and
i win snow you n ureeiey man. Shaw
mo a stnto road lessee and 'i will show you
n breoloy man; but show mo an honest
man and I will show you an anti-Grooley
11 HM 1 . . .
m uy, wo navo no questions Willi us
1 hero Is not a white Grecloy man in tho
county ol Ulcus, tho old hornet's nest o
" I am (lad wo havo got them alto
L'Ctlier. Wo Will net tho now ilnnartnr.
ists, tho Bullock men. tho swlnillnra. thn
thieves, in ono pilo and then get rid of
ti ui urtuiov nnu urant. with nun
exception, I would support old John
Brown's ghost, if I could maintain demo-
crallc principles and popular rights. I
would suDnort thudnvllln i-,.r,.r..n,. .
,--- - - ' - Vwl,,t.u kU
either of thorn, becauso when you support
mu uwvn juu nuj;uri a very respectable
uiiiauiiisi, no is not u cowurd. Uo
fought God Almighty a very respectable
light, and ho Ik'hts him a prettv tou.-h
fight till now so tho story goes in reve
lation. " As to mo I put my politics upon ono
.vvhvhvi MHjjiin wiinuu, iiu lliau Sllall
bo imprisoned, found guilty or exiled un
less by tho decision of ajudgo nnd tho
verdict of a Jury according to tho laws of
the land. Tho laws that lie makes, ond I
will accept laws from no othor. So far as
tho government of tho United States is
conrernod I am its enemy. I have trod
under foot tho flaunting lie a hundrod
times, und I trust to do It again. Thoy
are no friends of mine or of my country
they are no friends of liberty."
"What's the difference between theso
Cill , TfV1'; ? "1,iiur wrtof fool,
obodv' ?.uB,,lw;l Greeley love
nobody-don t even love his wife and is n
wo , an's rights man. Ho U a woman'
rights man, nd I wouldn't voto for him '
rights women. Laughtor and applaus" 1
Thoy say n great deal about his old white
hat and old coat. His whllo hat Is his
"I tell you ono thing. I said to an
Augusta man, you abuse Atlanta. Why7
Whero did Bullock como from? From
Augusta, my own district. Whoro did
Couloy and Blodgett and Eph. Tweedy
coma from? Why, from Augusta. And
I hope wo sent you all the rogues wo had.
They all gathered hero in Atlanta,
for where tho carrion is tho crows will
gather. Bullock came, thoy came, more
vultures. You did not ralso ono of them
on your soil; tut takotho hard fisted mon
of thli town, and thcro is not a people In
tho world who show a magnanimity grand
er than tho common men of Atlanta.
"Now, fellow-citizcns, I don't know
whoro this is going to; with nil roveronco
I sav it, I leavo it with God. I know my
duly; todojustly, tomalntain free govern
ment, to maintain public Institution!, to
fleht cowards and traitors, to stand on this
grand old ship of tho'eonstttutlon, and light
undortho principles of eight centuries.
Its trim, nlrnios are aboard in thn Grants;
rogues nro boring her bottom in tho Groe-
mvn. iimmnntnininnson: mum wj: ihmui ,
do vour duty; trust to God. Why then?
Let tho storm come; lot the robbor hnvo
ehnrifo of linr: let the borors succeed; null
to tho mast tho holy flag, nnd ond glvo her
to the Uod of tho wtnd, mo ngnining nnu
tho galo." Vociferous appiauso.j
Tiik Chicago 'Tribune llguros up tho
doctoral volo as follows :
In 18Cs. General Grant received 221
olectoral voles, and Seymour 73. All tho
stales that then voted for Soymour will
now voto lor Greeley. In addition to
theso, it Is conceded, beyond all contro
versy, that, or tho states which voted lor
Grant in 18G8, Pennsylvania, Missouri,
North Carol mi and Indiana nro hope
lessly lost to him. Tho wholo electoral
voto In 1872 is 3G0. The states which
votod for Seymour In 1808 now havo 81
votes, Pennsylvania, Missouri, nnd North
Carolina havo CD, making already an eg
eregato ascertained electoral voto for
Greeley of 1C0. Ho will requiro but 34
moro to havo a majority of tho electoral
college, and for those he has chanres supe
rior to Grant in Vlrginio, 11, West Vir
ginia, 5, Texas, 8, TotinoMoe, 12,
Fiorldu, 4, Connecticut, 0, Coll.
ornin, 0. Arkansas, (i, Alabama,
10, or a total of C8 votes, nearly if
not all of which ho will obtain. Wo do
not include in this the vote of statos whoro
his chances are fully equal to those of
Grant, as in Ohio 22, Wisconsin 10, New
Hampshire 5, Nebraska 3, Minnesota f,
Illinois 21. Total, CO.
So far from tho chances being about even
between Greeley nnd Grant at Baltimore,
for that Is the real Isuo there, tho
chances for Grant In tho country havo
ceased to bo any wuv equal. It Is almost
possible, even nt this time, to indicato a
clear majority of tho electoral college for
Greeley, and, as tho campaign progresses,
tho popular revolution will' steadily gain
force, anil by tho time of I he October elec
tions nearly the whole country will bo for
Orceley nnd reform, nnd agalnn military
ruin nnd personal government.
A UKAMMATirAI. MALOdUF..
The following conversation between ii
young lady who wrote for magazines and
an old centleman who believed ho could
speak English, occurred somewhere in
Massachusetts, and is quoted for the bene
fit of grammarians:
Old Gentleman" Aro thorn any hous
es building in your village ?"
Young Lady " No sir. There is a new
house being built for Mr. Smith, but it Is
the carpenters who aro building."
Gentleman "True; I sit " corrected.
To be building 1 cortainly a different
thing from to be being built. And how
long has Mr. Smith's house been being
Lady (looks puzzled n moment, nnd
then answers rather abruptly) "Nearly
Gentlemnn " How much longer do you
think It will bo dulng built?"
Lady (explosively) "Don't know.'
Gentleman" I should think Mr.
Smith would bo annoyed by its being so
long being built, for tho house he now occu
pies being old bo must lenvo it, und the
now ono boing built, instead of being
built a ho expected, he cannot "
Here tho gentleman poreelved that the
lady had disappeared.
STILL ON THE WAIl-l'ATH.
Forney is out In another bitter assault
upon tho personal rulo of Simon Cameron
in Pennsylania. Ho tells the truth about
tho mnnnor in which all tho details of the
republican stato convention were prepared
by a smnll clique in ono of tho upper
rooms of n Harrisburg hotel; ha shows up
the manner in which the decrees of this
secrot caucus wcro corriod out in a packed
and purchased convention; ho lays bare
tho plots nnd plans by which Cameron ex
pects to obtnin control of tbo next legisla
ture, nnd to re-elect himself r to send
ono of his minions to tho United Stntes
senate Forney refuses to bo bound by
tbo action of n ringi which makes tho re
publican party in Pennsylvania subsor
vient to the will of ono man, and gives
fair warning that political disaster must
inevitably follow such a suicidal course of
notion. Lancnalrv (Pa.) InitUigtneer.
IMI'OIITANT TO JUItOIW.
Professional jurors, who are always bor
ing olllcorsof tho court ond lawyers to be
placed on juries, will do woll to read the
following bit of law to bo found in section
M of nn act concerning Jurors ;
"Any person who shall seek tho posi
tional a Juror, or who shall ask any at
torney or other ofllcor of tho court, or
other porson, to secure his selection us Ju
ryman, tdmll bo doomed guilty of a eon
tempt of court, and bo lined not exceeding
twenty dollars, ond shall thereby bo dls-
quulltlod rrom serving ns a juror for that
term, and sueh fact sholl ho sufficient
ground lor challenge."
This law will take effect July 1st.
The California vintage this vear will
exceed eight millions of gallons, besides
The wife nnd daughter of Uoiaco Greo.
my arrived at iNew inrk Friday In tho
Rhoin, from Bremen.
Twelvu young ladles graduated at the.
Wheeling Fomalo Collego, Thursday
THE custom house omnlnvns in Hun
Francisco favorable to Greolev are to ha
reported for removal.
R. O. Gokdon. a wealth v cltbnn r si
Louis, fell and ruptured a blonil v..ni
Thursday, and died Friday.
The prlnclnlo (IB WS lift nor nf Mnvtnri
want Horaco Orcoley to be elected in No
vember. The felini tnwunl iM, ,.
is growing very favorable
Morqulrito Dix Blanc, a French sorvunt
girl, has been sentenced In London to bo
banged for murdering her mistress.
Tcnnle O. Cloflln was olectcd Thursday
to tbo colonelcy of tbo 8th New York
uogroj rogiment by a votoofl03agfcinst00.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDEKY
JOHN II. OUERLY CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 32tb
street and Washington avenue,
. jM s!"'1". of Binding anl Ruling done at Iho
lVJ)?t tii IDK nad Iho nervi.
in.Si.: r, Huels), who hut haiT many yrs
iST,.,5Si? ' 'me-of best HlnderlM'ifBl. Louis.
Shll. fi. ,?ie.n(f "ibllhraent, we en onu.
oi nor BiaJerr In the wst.
I'Altl, ti. NOIIUII, Aff't.
8IMILIA SIMILIBUS OURANTUll
UAVK proreii. ironi ino mom nnine exper
ience, n nllrn success i Hiinlile Prompt
hluclentftnd Beiineie. mey ore mo oniy nicoi.
cine perfpctly adapted lo popular use co aim
nln that ntlsluko. pnnnnt tin insrip In Uslnii them!
sii harmlos nt lo be freo from danger, and so
elllek'iilai to be always reliable. They hnre rnl-
prl thn Highest coinnienuauon irom an, ami win
tiliffiivM rntitler untlHrnetlnn.
l.ture. If vrrft, congestion, Inflammations. as
n uriiin, worm leier, worm couc n
'rylsis.cnlio orlpflhinnot inrHiiiH...'i
iirriifirn, oi cnunren ami ruiiiis...
IyfMsilrry, stilplnsr. b-lious colic
Cholern.ninrmi., voinltlnu 2t
I'liolrrn. roMii, lironchiiui V
ncisr..iirsn, looinicnp, laceiwino .'.-
Ilamlncnei. olott hmlnolif , tnrilgoi:.'.
Iynirpln' billons sloincn
Nunnreiiae4l,or pnlDnil perioil.
Wfifle, loo profii.f) porloils 'ii
. rutin. vuiiKri,
Nnlt Klieiiin, Krysipols, Eruptions!
RheisinnllHtn, rheumaiic pains '!'
I'rvcrnnd Akii,cIiIII leTcr,ngun.'i0
Vlleu, blind or blcedltiu (0
0)httilrmy, and xore or weak eyeC
Cntnrrh, auuic or rtiroule, IntlueniaW
Anthiiin. oDDrekoed breathing M
Eur RlMchiirRca, Imnnircd hparing.Vi
nrriiiiiin.iiuirKt'u planus, a welling?
(leiicrnl Ileblllly, physical wcalc.Vi
nr. H '0
Ilroitayand KcantyHccrflions to
.Son Nlckn-,alcKne from rnllnn'iU
HliiiscyliiaeaNf, urarel a.
Xervoiin llcblllly, aeminal eiM(0
nns.lnvolnnlarr dlscl.arire 1 pr
'lv-lloxoi, wlt ono tl via of pouilou
Nor Moillli. canker - M
I'rlnnrr nennuowi, welting
SSUflerlsiKM.slchaDge of life.......l 00
l'alnful I'crloila, with apamna.....M
EnlleiiNy ,Sinis, SI. VltuiMance,! on
lliilierlniilc. eraird sore throat &o
or .10 lo OO lurttr vlil, morocco
r roMwood cwte, coiilnlulnir is
apeelHc for every omlluary dla
ritae n rnailly la Nisbjcct lo, nnd
liooltM ofdlrcclloUH ....from 110 to tii
.Sumller Family aiidTrntellMitcn.r,
ill to 88 vials from H'Jto St'
HppoiOclor all Prltnle RUrnneM,
both for Clirlllic and tor lrevess
tlvr treatment, in rials and pocket
cases...... - ......8a lo 5
Cures Uurna, l)ruise, l.fttiienen, Soreness, Sore
Throat, Hpralni., Tooahache, Earache, Neuralgia.
Rheumatism, Lumbago, I'lles, Hulls, Htinga,
Voro Kye. Weeding of the Lungs, None, Ktnin
acn, or or riien; uorns , uioerf, ui I norea.
I'fltfP. 0 oi.
M eta.: I'lDtn. H.'J): U.iartr. tt'7
remedies, except i'ond V Extract,
by the case or single box, are Hint to any part ol
tliecotihtrv, by mail or express, flee or i lisrge,
on receipt ol tn price. Aildrei
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
OlEcn and Ipot,.No. U,l Ilrcmdway, NewTnrk.
run hm.k nv
V. &Clll.'ll,CAIHU, ill.,
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLV RELIABLE GIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE OOC.VTIIY I
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Ii. ID. SIITE'S
IWth Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monilay, Junn M, it.
Two Grand Capitals of
S5.000 In Gkeenbacks!
Two Vrizes $1,000 J
rivo l'rizcs 600 2.
Ten Prizes 100
One Horse and Iluggy with "liver-Mounted
lie... unrrli ItVm ca.li
Ono finp-tOIIFll Husewonil l'lnn unrll, v.i
Ten family M.twlnu manhin., wn.ii. an., ......
Vin hravy cased gold hunting Hat'lies jd heavy
V, Id chalni worth Ijijo each. Kim gnl i Amer-
ivaii iiuiiiiiiK waicne. vo in f--.; ,.,n,. Ten
ladies gold himtinj watches worth J1UJ e.ieh.
hight hundred gold Ha,i Uver Jeter huntlnir
walolies, In all, worth bum I2uto.100. Ladles'
gold leonlMM chains, gcnl'a gold test ctialns,
Mullil nml ilmiKli. ..I...... ..n.. .... '
uwi.u.v jumiuu -.uvcr inuic ana it
spoon." photograph lbum,Jeweln. etc.. etc.
nolo number ol gilts, c.oou. TlclieU limited to
Agents wanted to cell ticketa to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
i-irgtti tickets one dollar! six tickets llvedol
twe'rtv 7n I." "CU"' ,en do'"""; twentytlvn
clntiliirs containing u f.ili n.i nf .i,
acriptluii of the manner ot ilrawlng, und oilier
niorination in refeienc lo the distribution, will
bn sent to nny one ordering them. All letters
...r, ..w Luiiieseii io I,, ii. nilMK llox, hC,
r"'''r- . , . . Cincinnati, o.
lni tt cat Mli it. novw.tdlv
.MISSOIMU STATK LOTTKUY.
l.t'll..-. .... .... .
,.w.r.n in o I ATI. AUTIIOIIITy AND
WllAW.V I.V 1'UIILIO IN Sr. LOUIS
GriniU Single iVunibcr Scliuuie.
Clash K, to iik Drawn May 31, 18
G,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
son PrUeaof. $ m
of. 1 (wo
Tickets $10; Half
tt " of 1.000
'J " nl floo
" or :u)
a " of km
an " of. ami
3.J " of ISO
m " or. im)
soo " of 10
Tickets, S5i Quarter
fill- nllu. .1 . ..... ... .
always drawn at the tlmo named, and uii draw
ings are under the atmervlaion nr swnm mm.
I he oflli! al drnwim. ulll , .,.,l.ll.i.-.r ..
ri. Mills Doners and n conv sent in i,nn.li..Ur.
e will draw n similar achomethe last day of
ery month during the year 1874.
Hem It lit our risk by nostnfflie tnnnev nr.lr
registered letter, draft or express rfend for cir
cular. Address, MURRAY. MlLLUn nn.
bt. Louis, Mo.
p. u. box mm.
HARDY & GrREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Atheneuni,
Keep an hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOKS
CUNTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which thoy sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call anu Examine.
They nro also nrenared to ninulv I.t.lmn uml
nentlemen with the REST OK rilldl WORK, at
guru that OrlY coinueililon,
Ageuts wanted in every City, Town and Ceun.
for the Uorham Linen. Hook anil Cm. I.
arker. No risk. One tnarka lor a uliolo lam.
Iv. Addreaa A. M. UIL'HARLbON. 131 W.t
aideln titrtet, ;iilcsgo, l-H eodlrn
Our Homo Advertisers.
ClutrlereU March 81, 1MB.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. U.SFKORt), President!
H. S.TAYLOR, Vlce.preaidenll
II. inni.OI', Uvcretarr and Treasurer.
J. M PntLLIM
11. P. llAUiiMr,
llFlioilla ol isnjr Amoisat HsMclvedlran
Teas rcala Upward.
INTEREST paid on depealla at the rale ol atx
percent, per annum, March Island Hcptein
ber lt. Interest not withdrawn la r.dded Imme
diately In the principal of the deposits, thereby
g'rlng them coin pound Interest.
MARIIIKIl WOMBN AND CIIILDRKN if AT
O THAT WO 0!IK rill CAN l)IAW IT.
Open every busine.a day from v a.m. lo 3 p.m.,
nnd Haturday evening for HAVING DEPOSITS
only, from ( lo 8 o'clock.
auotf W. IITSLOP, Trea.urer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. MAl.l.lDAV, Pretldenl;
1IKNHY L. HALLIOAY, Vice-PrIJeni ;
A. II. SAFFOKIl, CAahier;
WALTKn HYULOP, Aatlalant Ca.hier.
HTAATt Ta1L). Hoaiar II. rra.Kau..
Ht.IKI I,. H.LLIDII. W. P. HltLIIilt
(lr.o. I). Wn.uix.o. Btirurx lliai.
A. II. SArman.
Exclinnce, I'oln auad t'Blled Mlntea
lloaiitH UoiiKht aascl Mold.
KPOMTM received, and
a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
fJAMKL IlUiiP, Prealdeot;
ROIIERT . MILLER, Vlce-Pre.ldr.t
C. .V, HIjOHKM, Ca.hier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
CVXC1IANOK, Coin, bank nola and United
JJJ btalea tecurltle bought and aold.
InlerMl Allowed on Time Iiepoalla.
Our Homo Advertisers.
WMMlfWlQM A WD roaWABOIMO.
Z. I). MATHUM.. K 0 UHL
MATI1USS & UHL,
Com m i s a i on M e r o Hants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUOF
wo. erne levee.
MILLEIt Si PARKEH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Onts, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roR FAIRBANKS SCALES,
bloO Evex, CAIRO. IIXINOU.
J. 31. PHILLIPS &, CO.,
(Huccenon lo E. It. Hendrlcti A Co.)
Forwarding and Commissio7i
I.llieral Advancemanls made
Are prepared lo receive
rreignte to al poll
sell on coainlaaloo.
Ilu.ln?M aiienJed to promptly;
', amte ana lorwsril
Is and bur and
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
lalord, Enameled, Embossed aad ground Olan
ui cierj oeacnpiioo.
PARTICULAR ATTKNTION PAIIi TO CHURCH-
-Jrd,M from all
promptly attended lo.
parte of the country
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile IUf Miorlrat Itvulc
ElKbtynilr flic Hhorleat Route
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
'ROM CAIHO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
PROM CAIRO TO
Cleveland, Magarn Kallt,
Phlliwlelplila, New York,
luniuii iiuii an piuuia eii.t,
Milwaukle, Jnneaville, Mkdiaon,
LuCronie, Ht. Paul and all point north
Una l al.o the only direct route to
IJecatiir, IHoomington, NpnngeM,
Vorla, Hulncr, lfeokuk,
lurlington, Hock Llind, f,H Salle,
Menilota, liixon, Kreeport,
llalena, Dubuque, Mou city,
Omaha and all poinla northwest.
Elotrnnt Drawing Room Sleoplni; Curs
On nil Night Trnins.
Ilaegage Checked mall Important polnla.
For tlcketa and Infonnntinii, npply to I. C. R.R.
depot it niroi on lioanl tne trantit steamer be
tween Columbus and Cairo, and at trie prfncinil
rnllrna I tlcket office, throughout the south.
Vi . P. JOHNillN, Oen'l ran. Ag't, Cliicajo.
A. MluiilLI, Oeu'l bllp't. Chicago.
.1. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SI'RI NOFI EL D A N D ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd uftor Monday, April 24th,
trains will run hs follows:
CLOSE Si VINCENT,
DEALERS X35T Lliifc,
CtMiNT, Plastkr Paris,
P L A S T E U E R'S HAIR,
Corner EUblli Htrel sustt Okie Lam,
ii. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 70 Ohio Uvm, CAIRO, UblNOM.
Hpecial attention given tofcontlgumenu on
JOHN li. PHLLIS & SON,
(Succcaaora to John U. Plilllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LKVH
1KAINS OOIMI aOI'TIIKAST.
Leave Vlrsinlii C:lu t. m
1 Hpringlleld 9:0 "
1 Tiillorvllle 1U6 "
. 3.0) "
. 6, li "
. 6,17 "
1KA1N1 QQINI1 NOatUHOT,
Leave Pana I.on a. m,. J.3i g. m
" Tailorville i.4t) a ..
Arrive at Springrled....IB " .i)
i.eave DprmsneKi. n.a " u in
Arrneat Virginia 8.6 " h.ia '
O U T II E It N D I V I b I O N ,
TRAINS 00IS0 aOVTUKAMT.
Leave Edgwood S.SOa. in. 10.10 n, in,
Arrive at Hhawueet'n .3.1 ' 6 15
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Dulcliemud Denier In all klatla I'reali
Cohmk NiNrniriTH anp I'urtAi Brairva,
Dura and alaughltra only the very beat cattle,
hog and aheap, aud la prepared to till any de'
niknd for fresh meata from one pound to teu
thousand rrunda. deciOtt,
FOR SALE, For Sal. FOR SALE,
'OR SALE. Jt!
ortsale (.run OALiK.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcndbrht
Fare from Glabqow,
Fare from Queenbtown
CAIRO, ;::::::: $48
datford, Morria A Ca
Liverpool New-Tork ahd Philadelphia
VNOM CONTRACT WITH VNITID ITATM AMD aattlil
For Carrying the Mills.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o rviTHia mroiMATiOM
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
S Broadway, New.York, erlu
Washington Avenue, Cairn. noia. 51 .
AND HCAllR 11)
EiaiiTii Street, Between Washington
and Commercial ArxNOia,
Adjoining RI'UBboBae astel Haasay'a.
Keen the beat or Beet, Pork, Million Veal,
Lamb, Suuiag, ate., ud are prepared le arve
citi(ua la lh roost accaptabl maoaer,
For Salo at Wholesale
CORNER 32D-STRIITAND OHIO LEVI
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