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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
Ol'K OHUIH3HEP.
IMtKSIlYTEItlAN-KLtht'i Street.
Preaching, Kabbnlh nt 10 a. in, anil 71 p.m
Prnverimetltu,', Wnlncil.iv at 7 p. m.
-.ibbuth .School. .'I ii.tn. J. M. Lniii-ilen. .Hit-
pcrlntcndcnt. ltr.v. 11. Thai km, Pastor
Hr7niODI.T.-Cor. Eh-hlli anl Walnut $u.
rreachlhir, fnbbatu ut 10) a.m.. ami 7 i. in
Prayer tncctlnL', WvdncMlay. 74 ji.in.
Xibballi School, a. ).in. 1.. W. btlllwcll,
superintendent. Rkv. F. L. Tiiomiwj:,
Pastor.
CHURCH OK THE lti:i)KKMi:it-(i:i'lco-fial.)
-Mortiliivf prayer.. Sabbath inj a.m.
Evening i-a iti, "J p.m.
.-alili.illi school, U a.m.
Rkv. E. Oian, Hector.
.'T. PATIiKIi'.S ;llti:CM Ninth Kt. nr.il
W llfllllli;tn Au'ime.
Public D-iviio, Mhbath f:IO mil 10 a, in.
Vesper, 7 li.lii.
Sahl.ath School, 2 i.:n.
Venice ecr) day, M n.m,
Rkv. T. .1. O'lUl.t-oHA.v, Priest.
T. .lijKPHS (.'IU'RCH. rmaii., cor-
niTtii milnut and ( roi tn t t.
Ma, eiry ahh:tlh nt Hi o'clock m, in.
rl, S p. III.
Mas dining week days, ti o'clock a. in.
Iti.v. C. lUtvntAU, Priest.
HERMAN LtTTHKItANOIlUliCll-l.lth
trctt lntUTuii Washington Aeuue and
Walnut street.
Preaching (-tinilny miliums; at 10 ti'rlock.
"ahbath nrliool ut 'J o'clock p.m.
ItKV. ('. iMIMIscltM'lt, Putor.
l'OFNO MEN 'si (TlltlhTTAN AS.-oUA-TIUN'.
Iti'KtiUr meeting second Monday
each luoutli at tlii'lr room oer Rockwell
A C o' liook More, ColtimiTclul avenue.
Weekly Prayer nit-cling, Friday, 7J p.m.at
the f.olll.
I.. W. .tmiAV i:M.. President.
fcL" O.Ml .MI?-IO.NAItV IIAPITST
i IIUJICH. Corner svcauiore und J rt,
t-
llr-t htrects.
Preachim sabbath at II
o'clock a. in. ninl ;io clock p. it).
Mind.i) School 1 o'clock p. m.
The chin cli I.i connected with the Illinois
Association, ly the Klr-t lll'sloiniy llnp-
tlst Church ol (aim.
ItKV. SOLOMON l.KU.VAKll, Pastor.
AFRICAN aiETHODIST.-Fourteenth, bu
in ecu Walnut ami Cedar.
sen ices, sabbath, 11 n.m.
sabbath c1iim,I. 1J .m.
Class, meets at .'I p.m.
fcLCOND FREE WILL 1IAPTI-T'-Fif.
.tenth Street., between Walnut mid Cedar.
services sabbath. 11 ami a p. ni.
Rs.V. N. Kick, Pastor.
rRLE WILL ISAP'ILST HOME MISSION
SAU1IATII SCHOOL. fonitr Walnut
nnd Cedar .Street.
Sabbath School, u n.m.
r"IRsT KItlJK WILL JIAPl'lsT CHURCH
-(. urryV llurrackii
srn ices, Sabbath II a.m., i.m. A 75 p. m.
ItKV. Wt. Kkllkv, I'ator.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAI'TIST CIlL'ltCII.
-i't lir, betweeu Ninth ami Tenth St.
1'rcacfihife- sabbath, P)) n.m. ami "i p.m.
1'raycr meeting. eilneeilay oeiiln.
rrrachln, KriiJay ocnin.
hubbath school, 1J p.m. John Vsnltaxtrr
auil Mary Steuben, supcrintuinlciit-.
ltr.v. T. .). SUOIUW, l'uftor.
SCCONU llAl'TIftT CilLltCll-rourtecnth
Street, bctueeii Cellar iml Walnut. The
only liaptbt church recognized by the A
Hiciatlou. Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. .'I p.m. ami 7 p.m.
Itn. Jaloii jiiuin.ht. niiir.
TUB MASONS.
t.VlHO C'OMMANDKKV. No. la.-Statdl
AMH.'inblv at the A-JliimMa-niili.' Hall, tirct
ami lliln'l Moiulayn In each month.
CA1UO COUNCIL, No. VI. Iteular Convo.
cation at Matoulc Hall, the rcconil 1'riilay
in each month.
CA1HO ClIAl'TLIt No. 71. lii-KUiar Con-
ocatloii at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuc-dayol eery mouth,
CAIItO LOUOK, NO. a; l'..t A. M. ItcKil-
lur Communication, nt Masonic Hall, ttiu
ecolld and fuurth Moiida n of each iiiuiilli.
THK ODO-KKLLOWS.
AI.KXANDKK LOUOK, .'Jl-Meet In Odd.
Kellows' Hall, In ArterV bulldlm;, cwry
Thurnlay ecnliig nt 8 o'clock.
STATK OFFICKHS.
(lovernor John L. Ileirldfc'e.
Lleutei)niit'Uocrnor
Secretary of State George- II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. K. I.Ipplncott.
Sute Treai-urer t'apcr Itui.
Altnrnev (icneral .lames K. l.dsall.
SupUl'tibllo luatructlon-NeWtoii ll.itcuian
CONGItKsSMKN.
Senators ltlchard .1. Olcsby and John A.
Loiran
HeprcoenUtlve Klghtcculh Ui-trict Isacc
Clpmenti".
MKMllI.'HS (IKNKitAL ASPKMHLY.
HeprcM'ntalluK In the WJlh tlliflct..
John 11. oberly, Win. A. Lemma and Math,
rw ,1. lncore.
Senator fortho 00th dittrlet..Ti"e are.
COUNTY OKKICKltS.
CIltCUIT COUIIT.
Jude I). J. llaker, of Alcxandnr.
Stule'ii Attorney l'atrlck II. 1'opc.
Clerk It. S. Yocuui.
Shcriir-A. II. IrWn.
Wiu. Martin Anettor and Trcaurer.
COUNTY COUItT.
.ludKC V. Hw.
Aiooclatel. K. McCrlto and S. Marchll-
'"clerk Jarob (3. Lynch.
Coroner John H. OD.isinan.
MUNICU'AL OOVKUNMr..NT.
Mnvnr lolm Wood.
Treahurer-ll. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. II. l'ullli.
Clerk-Michael Uowlev.
Attorney II. Wutson Webb.
1'ollce MiiKl-lrateo K. Hroas and J. .1.
"Mn'rbhalamlChlcrofl'ollco-Wm.ilclIalc.
nOAKD OK ALIihllMKN.
First ward-lllram lll.sby and .1. M.
I'WHIl'fc ..
neeoUll warn iiciukui jiv; cis iiuu it uuu
Ultt Atilinnttn
TUlnl wiir J toll" MoUwcn wud r
. K'ors'
mcycr.
r.
NcllU mul M. .1.
' Fifth wanl-Jno. 1L Itoblutou and Win.
11. Morrl ,
WINKS AMI IJUOUHN.
X" SMYTH & CO
NVUOLESAIiK GKOOKKS,
Mrft HIMIIHMMMM
OUIO L K V K X
CAIRO IfclMJI"8
iOOTCB AWP IUIBH WHWKIM
-0 I N Hi
ll Ott, Madorls, Bhorry and Ofttawl&"Vln
n. fimvth Co. aro also acontu lirS?"1;
ccr. Nclty Co.' I'lttubure alc.of w iUa
tbilr wliole?al more.
OFFICE, StrXiljHTIlT Bt7xIi23XlTC3-, COE. 12TI-1' 8TEEET A.1T3D JSil-XXOrVON .VOSlsTXrEl
TBMflBAFHIB.
POLITICAL.
DIIPI.OHAULK CONDITION 01'
AI'FAIHS ON Till:
FltONTlKK.
ilKXK'ANK .MUHIMCHINO CITI
J5KNS AND STKAI.INn
THIillt I'HOI'KKTV.'
TIIK INKOIIMATIO.V OFI'ICtALI.V
COM l UN ICATKU To TIIK
TP.KajSUHY KKl'AHT.
am NT.
inc.,
i:tc,
i:tc.
i iiouiili: os Tin: lunuxn.
Wasiii.voto.v, April 2J.--Tho treniury
tlf parttnont hat iiifunnatioti of tho follow
ln ttnte of utl'alrj on tho border: "On or
about tlio l!5th of Mirch, an American
Hanchcro, living r.cnr Kott (juiiilnnil, wa
brutally murdered by Mexican, tho bjy
thrown into tho I!lo lirand'i. nud hl hor
t'iii and iimlu" drivon into Moxico by hi.
murdorer'. luimuoiatc pufjuit wai made
bp a patty of citizen', mid the Mexican.
ero ovortnken, wlion li3'lit oniuol, in
which tint ptiriulnj; arty wn defeated
ami r'.urod to Fort Quinlatid without
having accotnplishod tlm recovery of tho
h'litrmli orarrett of tlio murdererj.
waiih A.viJ humoih or .vr...
In Mexico matters aro in a itatu of con
fusion quito beyond the coinpat- of an or
dlnary mind. Theronro wan and rumors
of wars in fc'onora and Sinnloa. In Chi
huahua fovcr.il buiinus homo Lnvo been
aeixod by ulliceri of tho generni govern
men, their property confiscated tnd up
proprialcd by tho state on account of du
ties alleged to bo dua on introduction of
merchandize, ond which duties aro levied
in compliance with authority granted by
tho iato 1'reiiJent Juarez. Tho author of
tho olficial communication to tho secretary
of the treasury fays whero alt this will tin
ally end ii n q'icUion of importunco atid
lnteret. '
FOREIGN.
THK TJUAL OI-' fVKEi.i.v
HK IM.OCEHDKD WlTIf.
TO
IJV OUDKlt OF Till. Ni;V CAP
TAIN GKNKltAli II H IS
TO 1ST. KINDLY
TltHATKI).
THK TIC II 110 P. NK CLAIMANT UK
INC TltlKI) FOll PhlMLTlY.
POWEP.FUL M'KKCII
UlsilAKCK.
FP.OM
tiii: popj: has had a p.elapsk.
F.TC
KTC,
HTC
TUB SVMATrtA WAK,
Tnr.lI.Mai:, April 111. Tho ministor
of colonies has given to tho preisn do
tailed statement of tho war in Suinittri1,
from which it appears that tho Atchemso
aikud for aid from Frunce nnd Italy be
fore war was doclarcd, but notes wero re
ceived by Hullind from various powers
which contained tho most friendly assur
ances, nnd showed that tha inttiguia of
tlii AUhcneio had failed.
I'lloTtSTlKQ DfcMOCIIATb.
London, April CI. A mass-Meeting of
Democrats to protest against tho refusal
of tho British government to recognize
tho Spanish republic, is to bo held in
Trafalgar iquaro on the fitb of May.
MADKIIl JIIKT.
A di-patch from .Madrid tn-dny says tho
city is quitter, and thore nio less appre
hensions of an outbreak.
Havana, April 21. Hidwoll, the alle
ged Hank of England f-jrger has bcon de
livered over to tho English conul on or
der of Capt ninlOeneral Picltolii, and will
probably bo sunt to England In a man-of-war.
Savurnlottho confederates of Iiid
woll, including Wilson, lire still in Ha
vana. JOHN JAMTP O'KKI.LV.
Hio captain general has informed tho
English consul that tho trial of O'Kolly
must continue. If 0' Kelly's guilt Is estab
lished, tho captain general will excrciso
clemency, but ho cannot stop tho eourso
of tho "law. Tho captain general has
elven vtrlct orders to treat O Kelly with
kindness, nnd eeo that nothing is wanting
to ensure his comfort. Tho Hrlslsh cou
mil trcneral lias tulogriiphed to tho Hrltisu
consul ut aiiiniillla, nslflui: Id it to do nil
hu possibly can Tor O'Kolloy, nnd Inform
ing him that tho moment tho tribunal dc
cldes Ctptaln Concral Pieltain will net.
rictinor.Ni:.
London, April l!4,-Tho trial of tho
T.'cbhorno claimant, en thoclmrgo of por
jury, is In progress. Mr. Hawkins cotiv
tnenccd tho opening address for tho prose
cution yoitcrdiiy. nnd continued it to-dny,
nnd nt udjournmetit of court this evening
hnd not concluded. Tho court room was
crowded with spectators, ninny titled aud
distinguished porons among them.
tub rope
Bomi:, April 21. Tho pope has had
rolufsf, nnd is again contlncd to his bed
1I1KMAUCK,
IJeruv, April 21 Tho upper homo of
tho l'russiun dlot to.diy wus engaged In a
C;bU,,whlcU lattcU 0 hours on tho bill rog
ul at ni llic training and appointment of
tho clergy. Iliirnnrcl; mado ono of Ills
most powerful speeches in I 'pport of tho
bill. Ho defended tho ntlitido the gov
ernment had Ukon as lully justified by
the domineering assumptions of the priest
hood. Ifi tho coufso of ids speech ho
took occailon to deny the often repeated
report that ho iiutlunted tho occupation
of Il'jmo ty tho Italian ijoverninent.
r.s ro nc k ti kn no i.lsicnt.
Maurih, April '24. CostelUr has in
duced his colleagues to enforro the en
rollment of ull men twgnty ycirs of aijo
fur Urn army in Spain.
CRIME.
I IT.I.B VI0I1T.
CW lor.K, April 21. A prlno Dght
Mlween Tqrncy and .Sloan took placo to
day on Lonj;- Ishnd. Twenty rounds
woro fought In an hour and two minute,
a,d Tcrney w.n tho winner. Sloan had
two teeth knocked out, and was badly
bruiicd. 1 ornoy had his noso broken and
oyes floiod.
WEATHER PREORT.
Wamiisoio.n, April 'J2.-Probabiliti-Tho
area of higbost berometcr will extend
on I'fiday southeastwnrd over .Southern
States, and the prcmiri fall decidedly
over -Mis'ouri Vwlloy and Upper Lakes
with riling toinpernturo and diminishing
wir.dl. For Ohio Valley, .Mtddto and
Kailcrn ijtatQ', northwoiterly winds with
cloudy or partly cloudy weather with p
sibly somewhat higher tomporuture. For
.South Atlantic and Kastern (lulf Slatw
north nnd west winds, partly cloudy and
clear weather. For Southwest, dimlniih
iug northerly winds, ilslng tomperaturo
and cloaring weather. For Lake Keion
weitr'.y winds and cloudy weather.
RIVER NEWS.
Kvansvillc, April 21. Weather
cloudy and cold with indications of tuow
Jlcrcury 38 to 48. Kivcr has fallen lo
inches. Up: Silvcrthorne, d'etonia nnd
barce. MkIIIo Jlngon, Arkansas river;
Dick Fulton No 3, Arkan.ns UtOIo, Lib--rty
No 3, Fayi tte, Coo. Itoberls, Florence
I.ee. Down: Indiana, Howling GrcKii
Mniy Ament, Jlornlng ritar. ilusincis
dull.
St Lous, April 21. Arrived: Ham.
mett, Warner mid Ironsides, Cairo; Bella
Mrmiphl, MumpliU; Kyle, P-tulinu Car
rull and Citv Alton, .S'uwU.U..i Xiirtl.
,..---ii, a i. j-hhi; jiescnscr, ruttiurg;
Marble City. Vietcsliurt;. Dnparlcd: H.icU
Iland, St. Pnti'j Alice, MUsouri riVMr;
Henry Ames nnd Futuro City, Nw Or
lean; St Johns, JVnrla; K-.b T'oy, Kco
k k; Colnrako, Viikburg; Inmsides,
uniro; ivawKcyp, I'uts ur. Mailrrmry.
Cloudy and ccol Great nxcess of ton
natn fr N-w Orloans.
NAouriLLR, Aprd J4. Uiver 3 foot
FCMit on Ha relh tivil. Arrived:
Oracey ffim Wnb.nh; Eddyvlll., Upper
Ciiinbvrland; Ada H'iliiiMn,"Cirf; Law.
renrn. Cincinnati. Dcpirtrd: Ilrmisford,
I 'ppor Cumberland. Weather clear end
chilly.
Nkw Ori.hs.v. April 21. Arrived
Chnrle II Church. Cincinnati. John F.
Tnllc, fct. Louis; Kohert Mitchell, F.vans
vllle. Departed: C-Titincntal. Wnllcr,
Kbert nnd James Howard, St. Louis.
Weathf-r clour and warm.
1.0'I"VILI.K, April 'Jl Arrived: Gen.
Lytic. Hetiry Prnhnsco, Cliarmer. Shun
nn. (jineinnali; ltichmond Now Or rnn.
Holla Vt-rnon, Memplils. Departed. (Jen;
Lytic, Cincinnati; Duvn N" 2. Madison;
Turasron, Henderson; Henry Prnlimro'
Shannon, Memphis Cbarmer, Evnnsville;
Hello Vernon, Cairo, vt nattier cloitdv
and cold; nnrthwlerly wind. !) feet 8
!nche of water in tho canal; 7 feet
inbes in Indiana chute.
8
MARKET REPORT.
St. Lovia April I'l. Flour inactive, un
changed. Wheat; ollorinus light prices
cetter and demand not very active; No 2
Nebraska spring 51 Ji; soil In store fd JU
alo, No 3red lull i on eeivator; gener-
nlly held ntSI . Corn l-33 firm and
slow; No 2 mixed 37c; higher No mixed
3JJ33c. Ilariey iinchangnd. P.yo dull
and unchanged. Pork strong at 16jo
spot; sollor July lOjc Dry snlt meat
tirni; round lots tieiu; simuiiters ijr; cicrr
rib Ojc; clear sides Vc. Ilacon excited nnd
strong; city suouiuors ecj cioar ru
lOlOlc; clear lOJc convised
sugar cured hams MJlailOk'; cloar lib nnd
clear sides, 6ollor July llje; round clear
scllor Aunust 11 c. Lard llrtii, kettlo up
country !)c; prime steam 0c cash; Die
iluy. 'Whiskey in demand b7c. Cattlu
in good demand nnd firm, fair to clinlri
Ul steers SlG CO. Hogs firm Si SO
MnMfHis, April 21. Cotton in good
demand; good ordinary 10c; low midd
ling 17 jo; receipt oau; su'pmoms
stock 8G OtJ&. Flour quiotnml weal; $4 SO
(10. Corn meal higher S2 JO, Corn
in goou iicninna .iwiic. u.i;s aieauy .l
p44c. Hay !1S22C. Oals scatcc and
firm. Lard quiet.
CiitCAfio, April 2t Flour steady.
Wheat unstittlod nnd closing linn: roirular
No 2 spring 1 21; spoil 25; May No 3
1 13l 13.. corn irregular nnd cloMng
II rm: No 1 mlxod 371c; Knot 381c. Oats
nctlvo nnd ndvnnced, No 31o cnl,; 3U
II ..a .Ha nnn a .1 il ... X.. n o r , - 1 1"
llirley dull nnd nominal; No 2 full
olVerod nt 73c; No .1 sold nt 00c. Pork
quiet arid lower nt 17 uu .Mv; 18 3D
.innn. Lard steady atyjc cisb; j!o Jumi.
ltulk monU In good iiomani;; shouldnrs
0?c; short rib buyer May and seller ainy
OJo snort cioar ii jyt; 'uuiu uicnii nenuy.
Nf.w OiaKANf. April -i. -uran urmor
8063. Pork flrmnr 18jo. Dry Salt
,,mii firmer 7?(Tf03CiJ9;lc. Lirds tlrmer:
tlorccs psckcrs iSo; rellncd Ujfo)!);
keg OJfjiilOJ, others unchanged1 Sti-rUng
27 ! siuht; 5 pniniluni. Gold 17J. Cotton
nnfiil sales 3 i:00; llepeat yeterdny's nuo.
tntlons; rcnlpta fi.110; export, Liverpool
o7S; stock iuo uo.
COLFAX.
.MOnB AND aiOKE OF IT.
(Mls'ouri Itepubllcan.
fTk,. rnhncrv cf Mr. Colfax's trunk
while ho wrptlint; with tho Credit
Mnhllier romniittee, was a rolnculence,
and Ihe muntior In which lha robbory
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. ALMtIL
was treated was lust n HMo 'It tnyslorl
Otis. .Mr. Colfax wa l'r 'nun, and tho
bi nds i tol. ti Irmn liisiruiiu aiuunted
onlv to a thousand dollars or so. It
wu.n t worth nuking "c'' about,
nnd statements caluuluttd to rtifli nil in
terest nnd eurwlty in tii'f n-aiti-r wero
soon forthcoming. A. w-t It
was iiiiuounced tual l'o
prnpnrtv had been UOtirly
nil leciivered, Mid nothing a i-aid sb. ul
ti e thief. Hut now, when H ,lll',lr '
been generally furgottcti, somebody in
.Smith H.nd writes mtho New lotk '.Suf,'
that tho bonds stolen on that oicasiuti
wuro win Hi butwiion ninety nnd ono huh
drod thiHfaiid dollars; that Mr. I ol! it had
ttmin in bis lodgings becnuso ho oared not
deposit them In ii safer place, lest th-y
slu.iiid reveal tho story of his wi alili, nnd
txpii.it liU methods of uuquiiil .in; that
ii fdlow-lndgor t"ol: ndvantugo of
Mr. Colfax'l tiouUe IA rub
him of these bonds; knowing that ho would
not einro to cxposo or proiectilo tno rouoor
very vigorously; that tho latter has )etn
induced to comproinito nnd disgorge mt
of tho plunder which Iia l en return!' to
Mr. Colnx by police ftutliorillcs wno nro
rngnizent of tho Lids', but urn keeping
ilr. Colax's secret and permitting the
thief to nvoid exposure, trial and punish
mint. In other word", it is charged
that air. Colfnx lias his rongres-
ional prntlts salted down in
t in shape of flrtt-cl.fs securities to the
valuo of SlOOflOO, and tbnt ho would
rather lc IbN handtomo sum by surren
dering it to O ikes Amos or uny-body el-o
vlinn to placo It or tho fact that hnpo
sotted it, within tho reach of Impertinent
invciligation. This is n very stranuo story,
anil no proof of its truth Ins boon made
public, vol tliiro is overs- reason to fear
that circutntancns will lend It currency
nnd credit un!os It is met nnd crushed bv
an authoritHtivo denial.
THK STATK CAPITAL.
Till: PP.ESS
AND THE
TUP.E.
LKOI.SI.A-
springUeld Corrcpondenee of the MI-ouri
llcptiiiilcuti, 'Jllli
Tho Chicasio 'Kveniui Journal' of ves.
tordiiy editorially denounces thu leirislu-
ture, and asserts tbnt a m-jonty of them
aro u set of bummers, shysters, etc., who
ould bo influenced by a iU ureetiback.
Ihehuuio duomiug it ilk'nitv called In
question by an editorial Irom ii paper
Known as a truly loyal organ, ilr, ifuwes
this morning olle red thu f'ollowini; resolu
tion, niter tending the editorial In quea
liuti :
WltstiKA.". the ho:i!o of rcnrtsoritnllvci
has cstended to thu rcportvrs of tho sev
eral newspapers of this state thu privil
eges of llm lluor of this houe for the pur
pose of repoiting tho proceedings of this
geneml uisembly ; nnd
Y uuiiKAt tome of said reporter liavo
at variuu. tiiiius, in violutiun id thu
ur courtesy mm vruiii, rmseiy clnrged the
uiembcrs of this hou'O with being intlu
enrJ by niercuiinry nnd corrupt aiotive,
thoreby oiuslng smd jmpers us editorials
to make sweeping charges of corruption
iiidi-criiuiiiatuiy Kguiist the members of
tho hiUiu mid senate, for tho purpoio of
croatiiig dutniit in tlio minds of tliu peo-
pi regiiruu.g tuir represt ntative; and
WllKiitfAx tlio Cfiit'Hgn 'JuuinnI' oftho
I'mt., did niidur the members of this
gmurnl Hisembly, ktijv.inly nnd wil
lully; therefore
KetulVt'd, that it Is tho miin t,t M.t.
hou-e that the reporter of said
hits forlcllcd his right to tin- i-i.Tine-y of
this house, and privileges ot tho lluor, mid
to the cuntUuLCu and rvpcct ot the mem-
burs of Ibis general as.umbly nnd ol the
people of the suite; and that ho is hereby
requested ut oiicj to vacate hi seat, und
that tl o door-keeper of tins homo is
hereby directed to permit no reporter for
said Chicago 'Joiiriiul' to occupy u icat on
the fluur of tl.lt llim'u.
I ho iiilrmluclion of the resolutions
opened t iu ll.iuu-gtles of dobato.
Mr. Itradwell upposul the resoliillon.
air. Aruistrttig hoped tho resolution
would te withdrawn.
air. Huwes thought tho resolution was
right, but was willing to hitvo Ii modiliud
to as to un.iblo those rulcrrtd to in thu
resolution to nppeur and vindicate theiii
reive. Ho bvliuod in libcrty,uut license.
Was willing to havo his nets criticised.
but was not willing lo have his motives
called in qiiPatniti. Ho Lellcvcd the re
porter lor mo 'Journal' had forfeited his
right to the privileges id the house.
Jlr. JJiiiiham said it was u mistalio to
notice the attack in tho 'Journal.' Theru
Is nothing that stings like thu tting of si
lent contempt. It chiuld hi.ve been pasnd
iu silence. Thu :oiiduct ot thu iecislaluro
is to bo its vindication, nud thu housu
might keep on revolving till duomsdiiy
without altering the tacts,
air. Scanlau would laiicit tho lireis to
scorn so long as hu had been holiest in tho
dischargo of Ills duty.
Jlr. Hart did not ihitik it right to pun
trh tho reporter for thu net of thu editor of
tho paper. Hu could not support thu rcsu-
lutlt n.
air. aioflltt inovod thai tho resolution bo
referred to tliejudic ry committee.
Then rosu Mr. Alux.tnder of .Montgom
ery and sp ike nt lungth ugainst tho reso
lution. Ills nrgumwiw being somowhnl
peculiar, though ohariictfrletic, wo report
uero vtrbutim. His speech was as fol
lows: Ukntlesien I thank GoJ I l.nvo got
tho Uoor, pretty baid work to gtt it; but,
geiilietuiu, 1 on thu resolutiuii to expel
the geiitluuiun, air. Fluids, from thu
lioitse, I am opposed to it. (Tho tpoakcr
reminded air. 'A. tho motion wns to ro
fur.) Well, to refer. 1 bullovu in voting
down the whulu business; veto it dovn;
don't refer It ut all.
air. Swmi: Don't tho gcnlleniun pub
lish n newspaper?
air. AlesanUcn Acs, I do, nnd 1 have
been abuse 1 more tlinn any other man in
this general assombly by tho prfts.
'1 hero is no man in tho general nsseiub'y
who has been abused more to-day. I
voted ugum.t a hill here, now if you twll
excusotno a minute, I voted ugainst a b.ll
turning tho treasury to dofond suits
again railroads, you know. A reporter
of this huutu repurltd it in full for thu .Si.
Louis 'Hepublican' my folks tnko that as
tho Hiblo, tho DumocraU' Bible and thuy
Introduced a te.olutiou to ii.vcstlgato my
ca60 I dun't want to refer tho resolution.
Vote It down; vutu it down. Let 'em
nay what they want to say. I don t curt;
wiint they say; $.i to buy u man; mill
N.ibod v bolluvcs it ; Si buys n man, nn I
No Sor'so in the thingt I wouliu't givo it
unv importance , . . .
Gjntlumeti, Mr. Sponltor; It con t make
anv dlllureiico whether the thin'; U In
ptintnr not. It's only black and white;
a liitloink on, you know, that s ulh it
di n't amount to nothing. Too many inert
i if - I. ... nrlnl. It ll It IllLf
(thing. I am a printer myiolf. von t
23, 1873.
glvo it any Importance I wantthesore-
ortors to say whntevor they plcato. 1
don t want to choke tho press it parliclo.
H don t ay enough now. Lit 'cm say
mnrut Let ern sav morel Wo don t
want to iret liko Itomu (I nm getting
Serious now), v.o don't want to go back to
the days of tho old country whoro tlmy
suppressed tho freedom of th- pros; when
tho authority and dignity or tho country
and "ivilizttton suppress frto spnch
and fr j thiiughl. Frio speech and freo
thought tint thu foundation cf our iloy to.
tiny (thai is on tho subject, I think) -tho
foundation of our clorv to.dav. Let '..in
say whnt they pli'a,o. Hut Tundi-rsland
thu reporters of the Chicm-o mi urdld not
say thnt. I tinilersUhd tbnt tho editors
nnl it, nnd unon tho resolution expuls him,
ai.d 1 guoi hit is glad of it. Hu wants to
Co homo. I don't want him to go Immn.
I uuess ho would bo-tlad of it: but let n
not lo that thing. L.t them tnlk nil they
want to. Never cet down never tot un
n little fling nt u rpnft In a paper. Lot It
tro fur what it' worth, nnd It nin't worth
anything. I only wMicd to express my
self, and that's all I want to say."
air. Alexander's speech was enough, and
the rcnlitllon withdrawn.
It It Y l ( IS D h.
72. FALL AND WINTER 73
C. HAKNY.
LAltGK STOCK.
HHOWN aHKKTJNC.S,
IMUNT3,
OUECKri,
inn
3 T II IP e a,
KENTUCKY J2AJ., KXTHA,
0ASSIMKK3,
XXiTVTiTJU'ILS.
HLAOK ALPACAS
Ann
j LUBTERM,
OiiOS'JHAIM HILRS,
POI'M.NN.
LAHOK STOCK Ol' OARI-STING
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
rt'indnn Ntindsi,
OILT BANDS,
NOTTINOHAM LACK
DAMASKS.
liln Kntlrr Fitili
VEIIY LOWFIOU11E3.
CORNS It StU BT. AND COUMEnciXL-AV.
Cairo. Illinois.
cMttr
JII.SCEI.I..l.VKtll'.S.
SAVE fO.EV
And buy your
EOOTS J2rX2 SHOES
OP
It. JONES,
Cor. Truth Ktrpctmul ComniPi-clal Av.
1 nm HOW m-pnareil In iinmifi turn ..11
f-primr-tylc.-. -null as patent leather, morroco.
buck
mid cail-l;lii bontn. Shoci. wlih box
toe, coik and pump ole. Scotch holtoin.,
and bevel ctlge or any other Mvlo you wlh.
1 nm nl-o iii.'iuul'actuilog nu'extra iiu.illty
of l.ulict' i.hoe. .My material mid w..rK
maiiMilp ure warranted to bo ol the be-t. I
am determined to not bo undersold lor tho
Mine (pl illty nl cootl-i.
Itrpulriiig done neatly and on t-hort
nn"fO 11. .lONKtf.
FUED HOSE
No. 101 CoMJtKitctAL Avenue,
French, Scotvli nnd Atnorican casilineio
of all colons, and bcAVerund broid cloth
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
LATEST STYLE,
And nt the lowest price. A line lltand llr-l
rla work guaranteed. S.itltactlo In all re
specct wartanteil.
LAliL j'HTKlt.S,
BLACKSMITH
Cor.l'.leviulli ninl I'lipliirNts..
Informs the public that lie h:i"cngagcii thu
Hcnicenif n rirt-elat Wngon ni.iker.ind
nUu :i Firt-ol'in llorfu hhoer and Is ready
to inauiitaetiliu and epairiill kinds of wont
in thin trade with upulr and dispatch,
U'liii.
NWlVMY"STAliljE
ti:ntu stkket,
I1ETWEKN W'ASH'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K, fields Informs tno imbllo that hh
opuunil a
; p j: h r s t a u l
on tl.anoithwcit snlo of Tenth street as Din
bov.
llWfcia'jlenwini'Ofuinhfco.l with none but the
BEST HOBSBS
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho nubile may ho necommod.'itcd at nl
hotinW Uie day und nljht with wfo teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields nsksu sliaro of public patronago
nnd will endeavor to merit It by fair deaUns
aiulbtrict attcuttou to Imtl
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Homo Advertisements.
"tMIHHIU.n AMI rtllttVAUISIKfi.
GJiNEUAL AGENTsS
FOnWAltDlNO am. uommihsio:
II K It V A IV T.4.
DEALERS IN FJ OUK
ABil Ak" i Ul
lUIO KIVKR AND KANAWHA
SALT GOI:3?A.3TI223.
70 Ohio Lf.ver,
OAino. Illinoi".
COPFEV, PACE -CO., J
I' n it a it i l ;
A N I)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
UKALUI'.? IN
HAY,
COTIN.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUK AND COUNTKY PKOPUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
."l-12tf
U. I). MATriUfS..
K. 0 .Ultt
MATnUSS i UUL,
AND ll'.7r.IlAI.
Commissi on M k r c hants
UHALE1H i.V
IAY AND WESTERN IMtODUOE
oiik j.s-'.vi-.n.
H. A. 'JUNN1NGIIAM,
QENEUAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALEIl IN
HAY, OATS, COIISl
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO.
ILLINOIS
MIL. EH & l'AUKEIl,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING aiEROHANTH,
DEALERS IN FLOUlt, COKN
Oats, liny, etc.,
AGENTS ion FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio I.evoo. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. I'HILLirS & L'O.,
(riuccessors to K. 11, Ilrmlrlciia 1 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
ADD
NYHARF-DOAT PROPRIETORS.
rfZS Liberal AJtuncfmeiilB mad a2M
AiX upon ConrilKnmenU. A "V
Aro rreparfd to receiT. store and torwsnl
freights to all points and bu and
rtll on conmiiion,
iWBuslnm aitondwl lo rrnmptlt;
S, I). AVEltS. E. .'. AVKhB
AYEIiS & CO.,
FLOUB
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7fl Omo Letke, Cairo, Ill.
l-Ttr,
Porjign Aflvertisomoiits.
iJKi v xiK IviNUWiN TO FAIL
M11ffi i. . - ... ... . .
FliVJill&AGUElWDEIlS.
ton the M;njtA.s:.VT cnti: op
cmi.i.s and FEvun, nuM auuk
OK A.N V I'OHM OF I.N TLltailT
Tt.N'T i'LVi:i.
THK IIH K ATKSTWSCO VKR V OF THK
A (IE !
There htc mi thCic so debllltallrii- l
cm'l'.u "I""1 lo fonstltiitloii r Ihn
ni....... . I'liiiiiuiiun rt mo
i. . n.;.a ",! ",oro mileult to cute by
2 , iwffi: Sllf The Fever .n.fl
I.1." ' """V V'il effo-t n cure In cast- nl
iu iuiispu iaiuilntf :i we I ni tirot e a nip
eiithc In the rormlnjMnges of thi ?ll?ca
Ilelng purely vctretatil... iL.. i..'.
t:i my on the dhca-e, tr.ti.ll eradlMt in" t
from (he M-stem. mi n..,J,. " ..." 'F
any future period. ' ' " " ",ur" "
! I.iLV!'.U.',.,i,,'',i "mnp-v 8,1,1 fy
I T'immi, ,'l.t',"c' ,yo" hear or, heu
I , ' " "I'on'' Ket. rari.lAgtie J'otvdcr havo
...... .,.,, , i-urc utg j any M,C
RK.iSOiVS IVHV THKV 0N7.V SHOULD
HE USED.
Their reputation U cdnbUshca. Thou.
S.miN of tLtlmoiilaN h.tve been received,
Khowlng Hint thco powdern hae peilonncil
niiraclet lit curing ca-en t long taiidlns.
nuny of ihcm considered hopeless.
lliero It no ri-k Iu taking them. They
contain nothing Inlurlou-, anil, therefore,
none ol the lingering diseases k olten the
l"!. f,r 1,10 "1:1"' notriimi of the day.
1 nyMclatin recommend them as superior to
uululnu or any other known remedy, lor
they lcae tlie hvstcm lu n healtliy state, and
the patient beyond the probability of a it
I:ie. MEW AUG OF COUNTnHFi:iTn.-Th
R.M1.u.lmi.aru.I,ul "l In Miuare tin boxi.wldi
I'fclw stamped on the lid, nud the s lirnaturc.
ol XitoMi'soN A CltAWi oi'.n on the wrapper.
.No others can posnlMy bo :;ciiuli:e.
THOMPSOIT'S
nn E UJIATl c
AND
HOUSE LINIMENT
TUE O I.V AT ETEUNAt. KKMEDY roil
nn r.uai ati sai, n eitkal
GI A, SPRAINS, ETC.,
GOOD FOll MA -V 0 R RK.iSt
Tills liniment has earnctl for itself a rovu
tatlun uiietU.illed In the hWtory of exteinal
uvtiUcatloiin. lar'l'liou'anils who now ml
fer Irom rhcum:illm, ueuratgla, etc., wc.ild
tlud Immedi.'ite relief Irom all pain by iidng
this certain remedy. 1th equally effectuiil
ill cut, hurtiii, t.caid, slill'nens of the neck,
fcoru throat, .welling. Intl.imatloiii., froi
bite.", pallia in the Mile, or back, bitc.not'tpl
ic.r or Htinsit of lnccti.
One mhlili.g wiu in mi cao ghe imuif ill
ate relief, aud u few appUcatloun rouiplete
cute.
On account of It- powerful penetrating
properties It It beyonddoubt the urett rem'
edy fur tho tnot troublCMXiie ditcie to
which hor-o and cattle are liable. It cures
M:i'ateJic., old and ieh eutnor !orc, chafe
produced by the collar or Kiddlei., injuries
c.iuctl by milN or p!intn entering Hie tvAx
or hoof. bniNcH. sprain, mwciiov, ipavln
tliru-h. and all dl-eiises which destroy tho
lioi.fi or bone of tho feet.
ESTFull direction, nceonin.inv each bot
tle. Tho aboo aro prcp.ired only ly
('KAWFOIH).t FUIIKS.
Nl .Vrket street. I'll 1 l.-i . f . I r . I, I -.
And old bv Mure keener. L'emirnllr slirm.k.
out the country. 1-20 "it d-o-tv
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