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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
i jliH H. OVERLY, Eltttr Bad Pub Hike
TERMS OFTHK DAILY 1'ULLETIN :
Oa wk, ky earrUr I Mr
OByrby curltr, la advance II W
Om yr ky aarrltr It not pild 1b
Mmm w oo
VaeaneaU,fcmal 1 M
.JWanafca IN
THE DOLLAR WKEELY MULLKTIN
lab H. Ok-rly baa rtdaced tk labecrlp-
m pnea r mm WBaair Caio Btrcxanx
Om DaRar mt imam, making It tk
akaapeatnamef pwbHkdtSutkera lUiaoli
MINORITY REPRESEN
TATION.
SPEECH OF HON. JOS. MKDILJ.
MirUKK THE MEMBERS OF TOE
ibiaauia iiKUiHLATUKK.
a..
(Special Corrcspoadtnce SI. Louli Olob.
uiiiiaiinv, veil, u, 1D(J
i-aet alibi lb Hun. Joitph Madill,
Mayor of Chicago, addrmed a large audi
neaofeaaatoriand member of lb home
or repraaeaiativee, la answer to Mr. Caa.
eloVe ipaacb in lb Senate, on
litaoaiTT BiraiiixTATtuM.
, aultably iotroduoed by lion.
Shelby. M. Cullom, tba speaker, .ad bit
addre m a follows :
Uuiumu : I mutt lay, before begin
ning my remarks, tbat I bar a rather
bad yolca for apaaklng in ball a Urea
a Ikls. Jt may ba with tome difficulty
Mat. I will make myself beard. Not ba
log. accustomed to speaking to large as
semblage, or la large rooms, I aiey ka
vary Indistinct la torn of my ramarki.
My worthy friend baa passed a liitla
uiojy.uponn., which 1 tblak it i dua
disavow
modify to uai aitaat. I
tbb ASTioaaitr or the itstiu
Of uuaarlty rtprmaataUoa incorporate
4 la tha jtoatUmioa of UlUot. I mi out
th patent of it. 1 data to have oriel.
. ot niurity representation
In aay of lu farm. Tka TurnMt that
lewaarigkl to cUloila tbat 1 kava
kaaa an arseat aa ardent adTocata or
the doclriaa of proportionate repreeenta
lion, and afree vote, fur several vean.
That ell, lam simply aa advoce't of
L ;attoatio waa Am callad to tbi
eubjan ia lMirkyradiue;
JOB tVT Kilt BBBBITAT1VI
WTiiuuir,
Aad tka debate ia tba British parliament
wa ui. Hiajaciot rapraaaataiioa, aad sub
aaquaatly fcy tb raport of Saaalor Buck
aleer of FeBasylvaula, Senator Vd of
vato, asa ave otber aeaatort, which made
tba Saaate of tba United Stales ia tevur
of asjaority.repraaeauUoii. It wu not
uatlt I bad raad tka Britieh debaUt and
lb dabataa hi congr, tbat I became a
firm advueat of lhesystm. If my name
baa la aay way baaa contacted with tbia
yttan' U iki atato. it U only a aa adri
cata of it. aad Dot ia any otbar war.
Witk tkia prafatory taodiflcatioa of tba
0T wimUaa wkieb kaa baan .utad ic
mT Whalf, I aow procaai to tka aubjact ia
cawrat af ooaaidaratiaa.
Gaatiauac I kava raaJ ic tba papara,
racaatlr, that a uavamtct la Ua ic
aufuratad ia tba taaalt of tba eaaaral a
aaaMy af IUlaoia,
TO A BiriAl
Of tka tyitoBa of what Ucallad tnioorily
rapraaaatotioa. Tbat codification atruck
aaa wltkaarpriaa, aad to thi
as sot abU to accouat for it, or to Ulitr.
i V,B,U " koaM riou,y anter-
' m idmbuod u um tbair oficial af-
lart m taar rrota yur caaititution tbat
proTUion. Tba iaitiatios of tbU saova-
aa aaaau itrikat aaa a a littl
BBKzarccrrtrL to tbi Horts,
Tba' body tkal occupla tkaaaaaau. If I
wara a jnawbarof tbi boua, Icartaialy
aWuld bara fait o If 1 baliavad it wa a
aarlovu taoTaaiant. Tba otbar branch, ai
joo all know, It altctad by tba old tyaUm
of aiajority rapraaaaUUoa, and with tbat
tyttaiu ia um ataoaa tbam. it aaarua la ma
tkat tka otkat branch ihould not intarfara
v araaa up tna cooitltution of tbi honor
abla body, fof aa a aaUarof fat it I a
proposition to axcluda from taau on tbit
floor fifty-oat bonorabla loaoiUn, and to
dit,tributa .tbair tU to tba cooitilu
anciaa who land bar 102 mambart; for, by
tblt yiua, tba party in a majority alwayi
alaet twa-tkirda aad tba waakar ona-tkird
of tba maaakariblp of tkia body. X alba-
aiatically, I tblak, tbat li.trut. So than it
it aa attain pt to daprira tba coaitituaociat
who aaad flfty-ona wambart to tbi bouta
vi wy rapraaaatawon, aaa to coafar tbair
jmbm upoa that claai of paopla wku ara al
raady raaraawtad by 103 mambara.
-Haw; tka Majority of tbit bouia, 101
uaBbar, ara atocUd by wbatU tarmad
tbi Bajorlty prlnclpl. Tba majority of
tkia koiMtrtprattnt aad bara babiad tbam
rotar wbo last tbaaa bara ; whila
tka flfty-oo taambar war a votad for by
185,000. throwing out loua luall fractioa.
Now, tba propoaltioB it, in tOact.
TO OlIVaaMCHltK 113,000 X.10AL VOTBB
Of tb'U tUta, and gl? a tbai r rapra.auutljn
to tboaa wbo ara alraady mora than uro
portionaUhr Ttpraiaotad. T)iid. 'jii t.m.
by.101, and it uakat a conitituaucy uf a
lllll. nii lli.n 4 ilKI l .l.l. .J i. . ' .
Uiyida 185,000 by 61. and it mik. . o.
atiliMacy of J,H babind aacfa macular, oo
tkaavaratt; to tbat tba minority tn.....
bar on tail door aacb rtprciaot from bOO
w i.uvw mora lagai yotart tcan tba mijori
tv luamVara. 1 aay tkat If anybody bai a
..vtuu.ipi.iu, uu ma uiiQarity'anar
all, who, 1 taka it, ara ary uiucb ulCMad
10 nava any rapratautatlon,
Oaatlaiuau, why introduc, a propoaltlon
to cbanga your cunttitutiun a thli r.
ipactY
avk tbe riorLi or illivoii aikku
'J IT?
"Wa tbat aa uiu latt fall al tba pollt ?
Did tbagraat itata vanvantiooi patt rato
lutioai ia favor of ItT Did tba county
CbnyaaUoai, ariuary anattinci ur lha
. TV " " aro or no
mokthiaf. Ara yam dalugad bara with
Mtitloa, from day today, atklngyou to
uvrtkrow your oouitllutiaa f If to, tba
rapvnari aava utn toia ma public of it
Ara you la racatpt of talagrami or Iavtata
ayaiy day to tjurry larward tbi uouaat r
If aa, I kata baard natbing of it. My
Ullaf i Ikat Iba paopla do aot datira to
bava tkk tyttaaa dkturbad until It hat
baaa fairly triad wltbia tlx waaki aftar
tka bar frit alacUd uudar it bava
Ukan tbair taalt, aad bava not bad tlua
U iatWB parliamacUry ruiat, sr ait down
in tbair conrulttaaa, or mark out tba lair.
Ulatlw lar tka wintar. s
IdaaatUink tkat bonorabla aaakluri
arttMaiaifTar of tbit uovamant will
givw.MaraaaoB for akollahit,K tbi pru.
aiatoa. tkat tt baa tact to tWI. fa.n
Irrfvriar In ability or capacity or inw.ii.
tkat tbU kouaa, alactad by tlu .yit.m U
witk goad laUatiom, boeotty and itaad
fattaa, alaaalng to do right. ' That i tba
opiaiaa abroad, aad it will b lor you,
gaatlaatoa, to pratarya tkat baliaf. It la
alta' WIayaMiikii'abcr. b coanparatlvaly
a aiMh laaMUtifa Ulaat in tkia kouaa,
ai tajitka aaaata, and tkat tha minority
BaatMrt cMtribato tbair portion tu it.
-WkyitWa tki ttttaaa only"-hat ta teaboliib
nbit provltion ot tba couitituiiun ?
Oantltman, tha contlitutioii of Illlnoit
It of
WOBLB-WIDK HOToailTT.
It bai baan raad all ovr Kuruna and
tratiilatal Into lavertl Eurupaan tongue.
It , kaa kaaa raad in ovurv bortion
of tbia country; publitbad in wbelaor in
part Jo all tba laading newtpapart, from
Kaiaa to Taiat, from Calilornia to tba
Atlantic. I bava raca.yad hundred,
and hundrtdi of lattari aiking
m for coplai of that conititutlon. It baa
bean tba lubjact of eulogy avarywbra lor
lb patt two year. It baa been tba
modal upon which otbar atatt ara pre
paring tbair conttituliont; It bai been lha
cauia of half a dozen italai tuoving for
nawconititutfoni, far tba aiprtn purpoia
of adopting aud copying tba attentlal faa
If'.61 .of ,b c""iltUtron of tha ttataof
xiiiaui; ana 1 iay, genllamtn, that no
piu.i.ivu uituai coniiituiioa nai attracted
mora attention in America or Europe, and
arlyan mora 1i v in lh.mr.l.ii,,l
tbaa tbil great forward ttep or raferm ia
propotlonal repreiontHtloii. And while
other itatti may await IU adopfon for a
iiiuo await lua rami or iua eiperiinent
In . .1 t
in iiiiuvia rat lucre it nuiDinv mora
caruintaina future than tbat if tba ax
paritnant, wben fairly triad atandt tba
lait or time, and Drorat tuccatiful ami
attiractory,
BVKBT BTATK IN TUB UMIOM WILL
a borr it.
Ana tna federal aovernmaDt will .rlnnt
i. j . 1 .. ... . .
wvium. wi roarraii win r.a mim.
ted by a iriutn which Illinois
guartod.
i luetpiaaer continued bit rernarki In
a greater extern tnan we baaa room for.
Mil .1 .... - 1 . . . '
... .u...lu.. wuuuaote mem at LI
towtij
-low gaaiieman, 1 will ipeak of
aotia ruNbAMESTAL raoritTio-a
ur JUpublican goTarntuent. A Kepubli-
caa goTernueot in it primary capacity
i on in which all the volar collect tu-
gatnar at a given place to make their own
law, l now mat tba voter of llliuoit,
500,000 ilronjr, have a riifht u, Hi..
pome with !Kialaiure. and couia tu tha
iiaie capilol tbeiutelvc at a given lime,
and make their own law in tbair primary
capacity, and cbanga their cooililuliua if
may cuuote. auppoie that tu ku a fact
which it admitted, 1 atk every man who
it wuniu Bearing uf my voice, wbelher a
minority upon every propoaiiiuu that
iignicuma before tbat veil ataembly,
-w. timww u i iw Toir, tu apaan,
to protaat, to offer amaodmentt. and in
every way to defaatur tuppvrt tba laltla-
ivu mi. tu- uajuruy or lb paeple
were daUruioad tu Lave Of couraa tbv
wiw nave a right to do tbit.
Thai being true, bow come it, wben we
aand repretea tali vet, iattaad of guiag our
aalvei, that w bava Jotl aay of our nrht,
bacaUta wa happen to be ia a minority 1
Have wa not the tame right to ba repre
teated ia tbit ball by our agent that we
would bava kad to ba ranraaantJ in
ton, if tba whole people bad coma ? For
caavatiiacaa take we aelacl delegate, for ,
rvie taoaot go. w Mltct a
limiud number ol man tu r.nr.uni ...
and inttructiont through convtntioot, and
latter, of iouvduclion, aad ia a tbouaad
way. Tbrta mu ara their delegate
each u-eciber elabdi tJr about 8,00u; ka it
Iba ambudlmtBt of t.OiQ. ba arjaaka f..r
3.000, acta iut tbam. it raarxmiikla tu tk.tn
and it alactad by tbam. kvar
ancy ot .,uu, Uea, ia the tute be a riehl
In mi.tm . L-! - a... t "
w vw vu tuia avor. luit aa laav w.ilrf
nave u iaey bad come tare ia tbair pri
mary capacity. I have sevor had an ...
awer to ibatfuattioa, nor ba tbown asv
saceauiy Oi DUUK; rood bv wh ch
vwvm.w. mm tmwm a llljilt tu Tula.
TUB MtMOBITia IX 111. COVSTBT
Avraga about forty or forty.ivetnrcnt
iaa lb electlont for inembert of cor.-
grea in a atrial of yar, and the minority
It about forty-three per cent, of all thi
votet. Tkil latt fall tba candidate elec
ted to tba teoate rclved about flfty-iavan
and a half per cent, and the candidate!
wbo were batten received about forty
two and a half per cent. The number
represented in tba tenate li about .40.000
tba number UaUu in an attempt to be
reprctenled waa about 15,000. The num.
Ur of men represented in the bovue it
considerably over 400,000, within a very
email fraction of the entire vote. Which,
then, it the vote in wbtcb we bav true
representation ?
But I deny tbat tba old system it a
tyitem of majority repreientation. It
wat and It a tyitem of
rLVBALITT, IIOMOroLY AND illXOBITT
BVLK.
It wai cot neceuary tbat a man ihould
bava a majority of the votei cast in order
to gal a seat. It was only necessary tbat
ba should bava a greater number ot yotea
tuau any eiuer wan running fur tba
tame omce.
1ITL- t t ..
nay, wa nave minority rule now on
the other aod of tbi ball. Tweoty-iix
member of tbat body constitute a control
ling majority. Twenty-iix of them re-
ceived ijo.ooo voles. There were 3U,000
wvm wt in tue late ejection. Abe Other
tweoty.nre tuembera received 120 nuu
vote, ana iio.uuo are unrprientd. You
add trie unrepresented men to the minoiltv
and you bava 801,00, and they are votad
down by tba twanty.six who are alucted
! y lass than lao.ooo votes.
This system for wbicb I contend U thu
rule of the majority in all ceiet. The rule
wr wnicn senator launeld couleude is that
of the minority, at it bappaut to bv, and
usually is. Now, sir,
WIIAT I TY.ASfNT?
Under the new system, where lb two
parties ara at all equal, there will be the
am activity of canvs to gain the odd
man tbat tbera formally was to gain tbo
wbola delegation. The right then will be
wbethor a party i to get two aut of the
three, and will cause each parly to bring
forward their most popular men, lest un
der tba nw system tliey might lose ooe of
them,
Tbat brings me to the next point,
run i(cii rowik or rut votkr
AT TltC roLLa.
The amendment liai a double puraoae:
1. To deprive tha minority of a yoke In
framing the law and Imposing tax.
t. To cunpal tba voter to vota ia tba
way king caucus dictate. Aad It thowi
dlstruit of tba paopla aad of tkir lalelll
leaee, and anxiety to lead tbem aad cen
tral iheu and dictate to tbam aad bam.
booita lb tin.
1 have faith in tba people, and in their
Intelligence, and In their capacity for free
government, In their perfect exercise of
all the right and privilege wbicb ara
now.enlrustrd to them under our taagnlB-
vwijw vvuatitutlUMi A 111! II
not a kaw quuTiux,
So to iak,for tht fast age. It was pretty
faltly canvassed in Great Britain tlx years
ago. It was canvassed in congress while
you (Mr, Speaker) held a eat there. It
has been canvassed in newspaper all over
tba world. I, among other, bava corre.
ponded upon it.
Tba people understand a great deal
mora about it than we givo them credit
for. They bava a pretty good Idea of
representation and non-repretentation,
and tha power of voting or not voting, a
thy choos.
I notice tbat Mr. Cannald cite lastly
JOHM BBIUHT.
But th iytm spoken of by John
Urhht wat not tb Illinois. The Liberals
ol Great Britain were striving to enlarge
the suffrages of the people and to abolish
what is called tbo rotten borough system.
After the bill bad pasted the house ol
commons aad gono into tha house of
lords, the Tories determined to deprive
tb Liberals of the advantages which they
would bava under the new bill. The
people in the great cities belong to tha 1
liberal party, and it wu these that war
entitled to the lrg.t increase in repre-rtntation.
i? ,(,J,J n amendment, tbat
u an title eiaciiug tare lueiuberi ol
parliament ttie voter tbuuid only vole
fur two member ; If four, only fur two
But they did not put ia the bill tha same
principle inti would apply to tbeir own
strongholds. For instance, suptosintr it
bad been made tbat In a dozan i-.iur.ilu
iacludiug Cook, this new rjriucinl. .h1,i
apply, but not in the Democratic counties
Y. u 1 1 T . t iL.i I . . mt . . '
mat wa in 'lory
hi.. n ... at,. T II. ..i .. . . .J
i.vm v vu. .w Ajiiarai atreoFLn n.iatn in
certain cine.
John Bright fought for it.
Joax IIL'AKT MILL airUKD
t.. w:. . .. i ..li. ,i . . .. ..
v utui, auu .am: "Admit an .un . . -
ubii-uui-u or iwQty TOU4 from tb
I .irtaarail a r la t. .a t . .
wa J a J It LM M malD n tfll Itliu
great of true liberal government; l.t ut
-"-r" wur or later u win ex-
lead to all Great Britain aad to all nar.
Aad since then u hat baan (. i.i
They elect tbeir school boarda all uvap thm
cuutttry, and tbay are adopting to-day tba
' i 7 r ,'"v'i "uu "y cua ilis very
Our Home Adrerti-en.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWaRDINU and COMMI88ION
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
Ami a4ia el
bio aiyu ahi kamawka
salt aopjLxrzxia.
Our HW A4rtrtierf .
70 Ohio Lkvu,
Oaibo. Illimoi.
J. M. PUILLIPS k CO.,
(oaeaaaere at K. a. Haadniu a Co.)
Forwarding and CommiMion
MBRCIIANT8,
aaa
WUARt-BOAT FROPRIBTOHa).
aaafS Llbaralliraacaaiaiiuaaaa .
yaaaV mftu OoaileaaMaia. afaJsjT
rradkU to all aalale aad Lu; aad
tail ea aommlaaiaa.
C.WIH8TON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Ho. 74 Olio Livn.
Offer Uie following valuable realei'ate lor
aic, wuicu ia aaiecteu irom a very urge, list
ei vawDi real estate for aal. aad (.Ka,
a presenting yry favorabl tartn for in
vaitmeats:
J S' ,w? ,,?rr nu I" food repair.
wKciavr whb x iois. ob cross street, Bear
acoooi uouse, a ?io. l bargain.
Tkat Bua tarira hmiu an.l I... n I.1..W
c,l?'Jf.B.),rnll,u'u "ue between Fourth
auu ciiu aire tit.
Lot No. S, block No. 6. Ohio !,"Tie.
'1 wo splendid hUh loU on Walnut (treat,
next to comer or Flui). tr.t v.rv..i,..n
Two lot oa Tenth etmt, between Walnut
.till t'mtim ....... Xt I . . 1 -1 . ......
; TT" rj uatirawi auu will
ba eold cbcaji.
Three loU on Cedar itreet, well iltuaUd
at a bargain. ' ,
Those two fla liii.ln ii. n ....i in
block 14, city, on Commardal avenue, near
V . .7 nrees, oa w.ilcu now
nauua tae iivery eubl of Miltt l'trkir
Possession glvsn tint of April.
Four loU onTweuty-dmtrt, near Com
Bcrclalaveaue aud freight depot of the C,
and V. railroad.
Two lot oa Commercial avenue, near cor
neror IWrty-thlrd atreet. Will be sold
cheap.
TwogpadbuslneseloU,7and8, block 4f
city, on Washington avenue and comer ol
UUulb itreet. Directly eppoeite cuttou
LoU 0, 10, 11 and 12 aaa block and In rear
wi iat lucauontu lott. ou rilUtntb atreet.
. l-ota V and 10, block 30, city, on Thirteenth
atrcet, bear CoauDrcil avenue. Frlca faoo
A Ine farm of ISO acrct, with irood Im
prey -miata at Uoot Island, adjuiulng the
ffJ? fO'Oreealea.tooj. The aail and fer
i !i r,e t0,urtsU, belu ri,-u bottom
Mv rum cir iuuti UTmrnam .
. 'tnl WU Impioved fruit larau In Fu
laaai CUUUIJ.
Ill (W IP.. HhllMKM..! 1..... I. . I
i . , -""t" iauui m Alexan
der and Fulatki countlvt, in bodie to suit
i.3YSZnt "''"proved, well timbered
ii AJk.l,u' ntu cola. No. 1 cotton
w au tu loreguiug perfect.
F O tClEA H K .
Th PtllTT lloilm. 'VUU la .........
disu aud wll tituaUd koue will b leased
for a number of year on vary advautaeeuua
terms.
'f'oj nely situated reaideuce lota 31, i
uiuia uv, city, vomer or intb aad
rf aiaut lllliu,
full u . I m . L. . .... .
. -.! 'r vm A.r..s,. lAJlt lu any
iaCKIXASIlMIIVS.
principl continually ; th.y are louklnr
with anxiety tu tea how vuur imi.nn,..T
it will do mora than any other itstem to
give the people of G'eat Briula eaual
aaiaaaa eUaaied to atsmallv.
8. O. AVBK.
K. J. At aaa.
system
r1 -' '-- Ji.uiaiioa ana a iree bai-
ot. iuous cneers.
XJ . I. I. ... J.. . .. .
OW, , la Ua lD.. .u.(
ao not chang the
xxlativi rotiiios or tux rakTix
"i ic suit, at renraatnlatl ,.n it., a ...
Tfc.t I. ... .1.. . ri, : " I . .
.... w. ii wa sag eieclad our
memben by county reprerentaUoa, at pro.
poead in thu amendmentthe Republican!
- - - .v- WM uumta ana nve
A YE ItS Jr. CO.,
FLOUR
AMD-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT::'
No. 78 Ohio Ltyaa, C'aibo, Ilu.
l-7tf,
it A. CUNNINGHAM,
members, and tb Democrat only forty
eiCBl. al It ll.lbe Ket'Ub am k... .IZ.
tad elgbty-ilx, and the Democrats sixty
seven, and that aa fust tha Dronoril.. it
. i. .... . . - ' .
ra.to.' roKXV..! GENER- commission merchant
What is that Increased power? Him-
piy mat w nave cut off all barcaininir
in .in. ik.i.iii i i .LM i . r n
.iiww wa uau ucuuvu ina BUaU
nar lu which a man ihould cut bit tola
. I. w,r br"' candldalet, under
mj uiu ayttaiu, ne waa compelled
E jif . .7. . Ttus " uerawaaone
a did not like, be cauld not give tba vote
t0 n'bf. but wat compelled to loee one-
'""',' yoia; it taera wore two be did
not like, baloit two-tbirdt of bit yote
Th men wbo run the politic! of tb
wuairj uupos inn measure. Tlia
ara slow to glva up their power over tba
fhifli Unit a li m .
" rwu w w .UBJ 1IIIB1 rviinHn a. UT 1.1.
hwii. iua
' T JJ'HU oai on or the great
. 1 .4 .b.,.,1,1 I... ..... r. . .
i iuh Totce. lake the D.
mocracy. fcuppoae it lost a few thousand
in Southern lllinoir, and gained in
ortbera lllmeii, yel In a cat of that
..ua I. .uuio not eiect one linglc rutin
bar. If arn.tl.1 1 In . : : . .
j . --. ----- .-uiiuuruy m every
dnmrt in t-wmvw .1.1. . . .1 ... .i J
... . .- . ...j uu jt iua tirvre
gate of iu minoritiee be but very few lest
than tbat of the Itepublican party Vew
In aome stata that would be abeoluuly
carried out; the Democracy would not
bav in a whole slat like Main, or Mas
sacbuselts, or Vermont, a ,........
guard of representatives, while inHcen
tacky one hundred thousand KeDuMlr.i,.
are unable to have upon the floor a
minority sufficient to call their toi.l. ik.t.
"r,'1 w T.V hAu,J,.ity io tb Utt is
ou.t iw.uw to iu.uw; tut it to bappena
that that in.ln.ti- t. .it-.-it. . , "rt","
"i.J.IIII 1. Ul.triQUlkll .....
where, and controli everything.
coxcLViioa.
m "V't.10 cone'u,,on. the slat of
lition it bat taken in tba icience of aot-
urnmatil I . . ... .... . t i ... a
"--- u. uut taronn inai rtcord.
and let ui not lay to the world that we
are not competent to enjoy tb libertlei
i. I "cur,u ,B our constitution;
j iV u5 0fl "T tow lystem,
and. If r.iunH in l i... . r '""i
-r"" otuer orancn ol tbil gen
.i.i mmuiuij. iniieaa or a movenieat
war it irom me constitution, let ut
apply it to both houses; let us have a true,
complet and perfect representative syii
tern, in which every man will
"V ue of bis
own selection in making of laws, la the
o..ug vi uiu m com nouses, if tha
system prove lo be the best, let ut apply
It in the other house; but If it proves to
."J ou Wr XM ta
-mS .u. ui.t turaitemy vote and work
w tk any ona in favor of tba old tv.i.m
which maintain, tbat mluerltiea have no
' . r a a ",Jor'" are bound to re-
K.W.. iuu aua long continued an.
plauie.
7 . . or . XUUt" unanimously
awardtd to the speaker for kis eloquent
and logical lecture. H
AXD DBALKK IV
OATS, COR3SI
AND If ILL FEED.
OA I BO.
ILLINOIS
JOUN B. PHLLIS L SON,
(ucaavre te John B. Phlllia,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
aaa
rOBWAKDlNO UBRCHAMTB
aaa
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, dec.,
t'oa. TKHTll-BT. Ab OHIO LKVJt
oAiao, 111.
HENRY II. MEYER,
BXOELSIOR
DECOMATIVK. SIGN and OUNAMKNTAL
PAINTER;
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
Ine vary style, plats aad araamaatal. .
Particular attention paid to Ulaat (Jlldlna
Order solicited for Scenary, Fresco an?
awaJt .
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
uut, vuia aad oraamaatal. All work iu-
uuea to mv care will be promptly al
uadd to. shop la l'rnr llouae, corner of
CaauMrcial avaau and Jogktk t treat.
Railroad Adn
Ilil.INnmnarMnArl aa-7
R
S t
TO ST. LOUIS
MO OUAMUK OF CARS
NtUM CAIRO TO
m I)UIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK OUANOK OF OAEa
itV rl ib m
4 'aa?lla, iJL,:
iZZzi? Hf.!Sirf?' 5! r.u.
uir.:.'... izrszjSL.
-I . "p i nw III!
Beaton aad all ixiiata aeat.
Mtlwaukle, Jaaeeville, Ma-lltoa,
LaCroate, at. raul and all pvlnls bartk.
Ibia Is alae the only dlraet route to
BUS!' 00"'tal aribgeld,
'r,. aiaei. Keokuk.
Maadola, IN so, Kraaaorl,
UsJeaa. ."T.l". Weut uliy,
Oaiaha and all bomta aaHhwaat.
Klegant Drawing Room Blplng Ca'
wu an nigat iraint.
Baaaa-a Cheekad wall Imaorlaal aolntt.
For ticiata aaJ lafanaaiuu ...i. .- . m u
d.-t . a..T r, .Tr.rr r' . r-
r-r -. Vvwu iav iraa.il ateamer m
rallroa I ikkat oBcat tbrouabeul lha auV.
W. P. joUNaON, ttaa'l fiaae. if li CWoaao.
A. Miiceatt, Oea't. mtp'U Chicago?
J. JOUN8QN, Ag't fJairo.
sfHINOFIKLD AND ILLIKOIB
DUUlllaAHTKBN K. K.
Ob and after Monday, April 14lb,
laiua win run a IOI10WII
1ST
noBTHiaii uiviaiuv.
ta.ivt eoit aucieeut.
Kxpr
1 1:31 p. la.
:W "
i' a
U.st . I.ll
taaiat agiea asaiava.r.
il.il
Laasa Virilaia..... lea a. I
8r"aa;tld t:0 -
.' Tatlurvllla. Iua
airita at raoa.BI
y.tMu.
7T -........., a.w a.
Tatlur.illa a ... n
Ariival8anogflald.l
Laata Sanatlald ... .
Armaal Vligiaia. I I "
aii
Mall
.J tJa.
....a.e
...a.ou
e.te
s.l
lOBTlllx DIVISIOV.
Uate Wgwoud... IM a. ot .
' Klara a a a.
Arrive el abawaaai'u'Ju T'7Z"
.le.le
ll.tu
.. fl
iBavBAJivi'.
FIRE AND MARINE
Attala...
AateU.
oaaAaiBa.
IAOAEA, B. T.,
.......II.IM.IIS
BShlABIA. a. T.,
BAMOVBB, v. t,
..l.OH.Tll Tl
..TM M U
Aim It...
Cai
Aeeel.
G. M. ALDEN,
Ut of Tbomae A Alden,
A Jib-
COMMISSION MERCHANT
FLOUU, MEAL, QUA IN, HAY, Ac.
No, 131 Ohio Lkvbk, Caimo.
t3"Cash advanct oa Uoods oa tight.
uKiraKBMcaa : i.itv Natim.-i n..i,
Cairo, Kirst National Bank of Chicago.
PARKER BLAKE,
aatiaas la
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
ram-. aVaasaUta, UaaiaUaia.
WrWDOW OLA.S8.
WINDOW ADBd,
Aad the calaUatad lUumlaaUaf
AURORA OIL.
Oi' 10ILDW" CO ilTB 9T. A COM
KIKCIAL-A V.,
CaIBO .... lL,-oif.
Aaaeta.
4aeaU.
aaruBLtc, v.
...........ni,i w
tafia la la Uaderwrlten' Aaay.
Toaaaaa, a.
...... .....171 Sal si
ALBAMT citt,
M,IM
naiuia'a cd, a.
aacoaiTT, v.
T. atAUVB,
1.
Our Horn AdrrtiMri.
iLuiur.
SELLING OFF AT COST
falim.. .k. a..
Mr. Jackata aa dmlaed
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON .
Formerly Hwander, Inteadlag U remov
to Kentucky, dtalret to dltpote of ker uure
aadalegaatttock af
MILLI2STHBY
Immediately. Ia order Ufi
aawrgaoae,
ofertbe
JCNTIKK BTOCK AT COST
J!.l!L.,iTitif" JS CJUt and vl.'a.ty
Srtiwktoa'a T U,,lrt "Hld tv-'u
GOODS ABE ALL NEW
7h.'u,i.0J.",m lSfT,, t MUcUd from
ta lat rail atylei, heaco tka laAlea kava
Hre opportualty w purckae iMudtai.
I ?Vuu r. 'Ma rlbboaa, lawcr. koala r
Udlei underwear, aU.t etc. ' nXu
MR8. MtGEK,
.J! V 8,,Ml- beiveaa Uaaaatanlalaa Watb
aataa Ateuaa. It aailr iivaij
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
a vaa
LATMT FALL AHA WIBTBB
BmaiaaraU liaa.r
BTTtaa.
BONN-WTO
Ifnmmadaad aalfimmad.!'
rat Nog flow aim. aiBBom, TajataiiNui
af all klada. Laaa. ata , ate.
rZZ ASZ.iZktV ' '
Aad all ether artte.ee aaaally f ernvd la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLIH1KT STORK
Mr. McOee. la addltioa to ker atock af
jrJ J Mllllaery Oood. ha. a taaoaa and
Fiaplete aaagrtaaaat of ClnclaaaU Cuitout
cade Ladltt' aad Mieeee' Hktet (liiT.
Man.' Muou, mi Tiid lucZTb,
re acknowledged to ba tka BaaKaao I "Jit
a tb Baarket, aad tkt la tka vulv
lkcity tkatmUaauTm a ciali
MLAIABM.
BIXildlAaRIDS.
awaawBaW
aaaaaaaaaawaJwa
ST. NICHOLAS
BILLLIARD HALL
MA KIT WALKB1 Frop'r.
Tkls bua l
awly tM4 p with
mBM
tw
ad Car
Btore. Daalllaaa (S.rallr. 'Bull.
Ma, laauf. .1 ratae aa lavonale aa aaaad, aai
maBMti aeeurltv will atmtL '
I reeaaoUally aak of the etllaaatef 0
akareef laair aaUoaaaa.
X V.Bft7BIKB.
w. H. Mamt,
Notary PaU).
H. H. Cast..
lo. ruh. ead U.S. Cam
F1RK, HULL, OAROO, LIVB STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIVJt,
ol
SEAL
ATK AtlKMCl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
A . . ...
he Aij ESTATE AGENTS
4
AUCTION K KUS,
74 (aBcoaij iloob) ouio lbvii,
o fariWiar thai U M aceairv lB Uhal'f of
awaaauLar aaaA ta akalUa It anrf .. .. -' i. '
T) ampratttoa abraad I tkat w bav
t 1 -A'OwOB CBaBBAt ABIBMBLT,
A fa kody ft aaaaton aad axcallint au.
ttrr el'tira' kwiia; aa who com bar
man down to a canicular .. ...i
compel him to give bit vott in a particular
waa is ei w
Waaraltold tbii Drioclole wat .i,i..,,i..
Ud to tba paopl and only carried bv
I0.0W) majority: Wall.. Of tb.
Ity bad voted, tba majority would lava
kaaa (W.OWUad tba mora dlitlngufibad
tba oaava the mora un will d.fend It.
If tkat should 1 baan Uiu. next fall, and
Ucaayarnd fally Ufor. tb paopla my
ttllef ittkat It w0ud ba su.Ulnad by i
arity of buadradi of tboutandi.
WHO, Lta
But and Sill Rial KarAti,
PAY TAXES,
IIITUUIUII a .
'""'" AUOMKALTl'S OF TITLH
Aad a.4ta UaBT.raauM ofKladtl
MILLER A PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
at
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
tea
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AOXNTS roa FAIRUANat'S SOALRS
Ohia Lev, CAIRO, ILLINOIH.
MX .
- w nana.... Cba,.'fbruH,.
JOHN Q. HA R.MAN A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AVIl
CONVKYANChKS.
JI.riai or.Ut !.., ,,.,,
Caibo, Illinoii.
ib,.itrrU?aTiJileV UrnlV wide .
WOOD UITTENHOUSE A BRO.
FLOUR
eucral ComailuloD MarclanU
1UOMIOLBV1R, '
112W LIVERY STABLE
TRNTH STRRKT,
Ayaaog avo walui
lr. B. f. ruldt lafcrau lo autllt thai te ba
miaaaa a
L1VEHTHTABLZ,
SJota' "l,'w,t ' Taath alraal aa
UH Utatltt UI U fuftUtal ,U. aaaa tut lb.
JdUST HORSES
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
-..i ..... . ., .
uu ui ounuc may tie arantnnu.ilai.! .( -i
,.S!l!!"ie."'r"",nl''tl taama
... M.V (WWC.t Vt I -
ltr LH.M. .-I.. . . i .......
...:""; " ""are oipun I e patrouaae
DENNIS HALEY
Hat now on baud all kinds ot
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
Kor aale. Leave orders at
WM, Kl.lKIK'ri STORK,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at corner of Twelltb and Foplar. tf.
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, .FerBaje FOR BALK
L omjaj J
E. 1 f r
' l Vt r
t Yot
t. D. MATBVM..
0 .UBl
GO TO RIVER SIDB WATrnffinRF.
il.Vl0' owudfor fre.clrculirand
i.i i imaattuaa tur "uom LTratlDenU1' So I
dniKi. Kin.en wile. Mltali.nTrlfari.w
aair and rcoial pkyslclaas. ilu i
MATHUS8 ft UHL,
Aa ktaUfUAI.
Co M MI ilONM BO HANT
uaAtaaj im
iAY AND WESTERN PK0DU0E
rOR S A LX. j ff 1 J I FOR HALE
Jar from Liyaaroot,
Fara from Lodoibbbt
Fara from Olajoow,
mil A'l?..r.0D, iMBaaTowif
'Mu,.,ii!! gig.
10
ttiWJ. Mutili a Caadtt AftoK.
Aetata...
Aetata
Aaaau.
AfTVA, BAATFOHU,
..fl.HI.IOI
NOMTH AMKBICA. PA.,
.M.1UMU) os
UAKTyOHXl, O0NN.,
.M.MI.IHI Tl
fUUIMlX, HABTfOBll,
AaaaU......
. l.TII.IIS at
Aaaau
Aaaau,
lTIUAT10XAL, 5. T.,
"" "..4l,tM,aa 1
PUTNAM, BABTfUBO,
TM,IT
CLEVEf.ANt, CLKVKLANO,
- ttu.ers st
HOB K, COLtTMBUB,
" - iiu.ini u
AalKKICAN UKMTKAL, MO..
tSvb.coy
OOBNICCT1CCT MUTUAL, Lin,
" BN.eW.tua ou
IMVauBWT, HAHTVOKU, J.II- AMD
AOCIIlVV-r
ete.... ' ., a,,.
-"""w-a.ajliavv,iJmy W
HA1LWAT rAJUKNUICIu ASHUKANOB
OO., HAttTKOKl),
" AU0,0(KI IO
lHalirBHIlBMT. aOITOV.
we aaanaa.-i
SAFFORD. MORRIS A CANDEE,
I Lavaa,
BILLIARD TABLBS
Aad two Aa
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tba aaioea
WINES,
I stocked
Rraadaar
wlU tk be
LIQUORS,
aad CIGARS
ar compoaadad la tk moat anprtved tyi
Gr Com aad aaa for yurMlf.
TMtU..
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
ooidc-pjLinr.
OF OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
Cmt'L.OiyicB, 172 WAsniaoTonSr.
AOTIVA, SeSOiOOCJ.
Thl German LI fa 1 IkBliro hAa ra.,
-a... ' wu udc iuuiurr.iiiirm
avuas .
tt a"
IS at m 1
'A K .
O O Jf
-1 1 1
: IS I 5
a I -1 j .
8 - e r i i Z
o I m S 5 M a S
S o x S 5 fl
s: an
) 2 O 6
!' PR
WIBBS ABB) ajuamajas.
R. SMYTH 4 CO.,
WHOLISALl MOOXEB,
IO LBVIB
CAiaa, ubiaaii.
katp caattaaUv aa baad a aaett asm
eiata ateak f
Xtioxroxiaa
OuTOB
ABB IBMB
WBUBJBI
REMIS. BROWN a m
' I lOnW A urrxir
BAG MANUFACTURERS j0 KN0B'EM.- -
JOHN W, FRUKSS,
Agent for Cairo aud vlelL
Fraildent
Becrelary
Aointh Home Cotton Mills
SO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, lUi,
l-s-iiu.
Cairo and vicinity.
W3MARK BUND.
KCTI0NN0.7.
I dHiiuTjh ifPronottaiTlJfi lmuruci
DANIEL LAMPERT,
FASHIONABLE BMgSmSi
Eiabtb it., St. Com. A Wab.,
CA1K0, 11X1NOU,
Llf losuraaca Compiay.
U. MKYKR8, F retldeot.
OHKT.FRUKSS,Ao't.
Wt, vOadMMai-,
Fori, MadarU.Skanfaad OaiawaaWU-i
fioaef claae Urgala aayar. , . . .
trecataaa tHWimtww
t .
I
WINES AOT) LJjfcUQjRS
aHiriLUoia
t eaia
aeaa
riliwiaa
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