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IUIIX U. OBIRLY. Kdltor and Publlihe.1
TKHMI OPTRR DAILY HUM.RTIN
Ob WMt, tj carrier a V
9ii year if ettrltr, In advtnce 10 00
On year by carrier if sol ralO In
eavanoe n oo
THUS OF WXIKLT IUM.ITIK.
Oae Tt , $1 oo
SIX Meathl. ,, 75
1am Months to
lLVtriably la advance.
t aaattear a vrr pmgm.
Lat week itventeen deathi from spinal
tctalngetit took place at Kane, iti UrD
Hm Kxmx Grajst, Jt It said, ii n.
fed to an admiral In the Ilrltiab navy,
the aoa of a baronet.
Tat ladle of BnelbyvllloTludiane, arc
endeavoring to lefteti tbe obdurate heart
of the liquor teller of tbat town by hold,
leg prayer meetlngi In their laloona.
Oo.voaie it about to establish a
national board of health. Tho medical
offeer of tbe principal depertmenti of
the government will conduct tbe Imiinoii
of the board.
It It not Improbable that the capital
ct Kentucky , , will be removed Irom
Frankfort to ItouiavilU. A proportion
to tubso.ll' U the people tbe queatlon of a
sew capital MJMlaf at Frankfort to cost
sot exceeding a million and a half of do.
Ian bat baea defeated in tbe legislature
Tbi lllinoii House of llepreaenlallvoa
tat patted tbe Senate bill allowing Hob.
art Tilson tan tbouiand dollar for a claim
bated on a contract between bin) and tbe
ttete, for tbo aupply of mlllitery equip
neat during tbe war. lie took bit pay
m Auaitor'a warrant:, told tbeiu at a dl.
count, and now clalroi the dltferenco be
tweeathe warrant and tbe gold. Tbii
sama claim wm rejected by previous Leg
Ulaturet on the ground tbat It was unjuit,
and tbat Tilton bad given a receipt In full
to the itatc. Tllion ii a resident of
Bia Dvrtxn it highly In favor of re
treachtnant and reform, in governmental
affair. Ha ha in course of erection a
fine saw dwelling home on Capitol Hill.
Tha fint two ttorie are tire proof, to
ballt,lt 1 now explained, became tbey are
to b laaaad to the government a hoad-
iuwwi iur iue coast mrvey. Tno lum
lulltr will draw from tbe treaury for
thlt rant will pay him about twenty per
cant on hit outlay on tbe enllrepremiie.
And tMtl practical retrnchraont, accord
ing to Butler. Verily, by their fruiti ye
stall know them.
Thi nomination of Attornoy Uenorai
"Willi for the Cblor Juitlceship, though
It made that gentleman and hi wife mora
notorious than lamout, ha not been with,
out lu good fruiti. Tbe truth concerning
Mra. William1 laundalet and pair of
tone hat, la pawing Into hlitory, broiulit
out a great many fact touching thu cu.tly
equipage of Cabinet ministers, and tbo
elegant hoipitality diipenied by them at
the expenie of the national revonuu. The
New York Tribune' give currency
to the itory that "the domestic
tervanU of high official are
berne upon the pay-roll ot the depart
menu at temporary clerk; that the fur
niture for my lady' parlor I charged to
the government under tbe head or up
plleafertbe public office; that vUitlng
card, card plate, fancy itationery, and
varleufemlnlna knick-knack, are paid
for out of the contingent fund ot the
Senate and Hotue; that fabulou amount
ot wilting paper and multitude of pen
knlve, with one gold tootnpick, have
been charged a lupplie to committee ;
that the government apent thirteen
tbouiand dollar during tho lat campaign,
bwidei giving the service of twenty or
Ulrtv clerka, to enable the three political
committee at Wathington to violate tho
law by tending election document free
through taa mail; that whenever a dol
lar can be licked from the national treas
ury tha oftcUl de4.head ttretcbet out
tit hand aid take it under tome petty i
lalte preteate, Iruttlog that the fraud will
never be found out and tbe money never
UEN. UBANT 8PKAK.S.
Uen. Orant it reported to have laid on
jlday let totome prominent Kepublican
who oalled uuou Win at the White House
"1 begin to think it 1 time for tbe Kemib
lican puty to unload. There hat been loo
each dead welaht carried bv it. Tbe nw.
cea o( our arm during the rebellion and
the confidence that the Kepublican party
wet ttrong enough to holl up any burden,
have itepeted all the dltaftoction in tbu
Gulf Btatea on tbe adminlitration. I mm
tired of tnU aontente. Let J.ouiiihna
take cava of bartelf a Texa will bavo to
do. I don't want any quarrel about M U.
alatlppl eUta matter to be referred to tuu.
Thl aunlner of tnonitrctltlet ba neirly
axbautted the lire of the party. I hin
done with them, and they muit take cure
imm i-ifi s vrh Jirraia.
Thete are plain and unvarnlihed worut
from th'e bead of tbe Kepubllcan party
aad Indicate pretty clearly that thu or
gen! ration hat very nearly reached tbo
ad of ltt.itring. General Grant' mo
ivtetj in making; thi decliration,
aad whether he believe the party, by
throwing overboard lu 'monitrotltiet,''
can renew lit life, or whethori
bv auertlotr that he it aone with
Ue "tnonttroelUet," he mean alio that be
ie dona with the party that ha curried
a, are not by .any mean clear, and
aad probably be did not intend tbey
taeuie ve. uiw win vue jteDauiicau
party, aow will tha Republican preu,
taa party at It hu arUan, take tbl
ttarraaM or taa rrceldent t To agree
ta it, U t pUae tha aaai of con
KaptibUaaa party ilo:a it organl.'.-
tion ; to dliacroe with it, it to cut loci
(rem the PfeiiJent, who will net to
naeiy io receje ir orn the sttnd to empbat
1 iimiicinl Infinlion l'lut Kcorpinl
7niiou ucn. Jionani lien Untie
Vashincito.v, January 20, 187-1.
Hon. Kreoman Clarke, forinorly coinn
troller of Uie curroncy, pretontod a bill in
tbe Houa wbirh.'provido at tbe end ot two
year for tbe rodoiuption in coin of tbe
preiant legal tender circulation- which
however, may bo reittued tbo ncqenl
tic of tbo government may require; thui
avoiding pontrtctlon, winch mlnl.t hi arm
the lutinati r.ominunity. Tbo rotorro! of
tbo nationtl bank to tin kept up, and
bank of redemption to be oitablUhod lu
Now York city -national banke to be tbe
itockboldori. No coin to ho told by
the treasury excnut for inturojt on tb
publiodebt. l'he limitation of thonmount
of circulatint! notoj, impoied by tho na
tlonal curroncy act, U to bo rt)poalol--to
golnloefl'oct wbou tbo redemption of tlm
legal tender note in coin iliallcoiniiionre
IN I.ATION I'l.AT.
Mr. Wlliou, of Indiana, demon of
hiving a tJal-footvJ votu on lutltion of tho
currency, olfercd a resolullon that inch
wa tbe eentinient of tbo llouie und in
struct.! tho couimitteo on banking nnd
currency to report lucb a in on n re. lu.
lead ot tbi rojolution getting tho iioct-a
tary two-tlilrde, tbo veto wa 1'Sj nay to
98 yoai. .Thl leotned a great victory for
tbe contractionliW a theory which ii
gaining ground fait in tbo .Soimto
but which tho inUdtloniiU deny,
ftl tboy my that many uho
voteJ nay aro In I'avor of oipandlng tbo
currency. Theru i no doubt but that
on account of tbo repreiont&llon of
Mo&trt. nawo and lUndall of tbo W)i
and Mean and litnking and Curroncy
coinmlltei, roipoctlvely, that the queition
wa under coniidoration in thoo commit
teo thoro were a number of voto raet
agalnit tho reiolutlon, but for hi I tbat 1
am of tho Impfculon that inflation will
have a tight qiicor.o to get through tbe
Home, but never will go through tbn Pen
Tho war department W to bo organ
ized, much to tho ditguU of tho clerical
force, over 300 of which ttlll walk tbo
plank including two lady copyiiH. About
$1.10,000 will be avod uunually. Maimed
loldlcri uro tobo rotainod lu preforonco to
Congrofi looms to be awakf ning to tbo
nocemty of having some reliable data on
which to frame bill and leglilato undor
standingly for the wants of tbo country.
Mr. Lawrence' agricultural bill providoi
that It ihall be the duly of tbo comml.
sioner to aicortaln tbo amount of evory
agricultural product, including wool and
upplics of animal food tho price, prof
it, coit of ihippingetc, etc ullejf which
will bo Invaluable to propor lci'iilation.
ilr. lllory' bill propocot n dopartmont of
manufacturer and mining.with n comml
tioner at it hoad. Tbo collection of in
formation and itatiitlci in thi regard ia a
good movoruent. There ahould bs a depart
ment of itatiitics oitablisbed to thtt our
ttupld and oft lazy aoloni could havo tbe
neceiiary information from Tollable
ourcoa to enable them to know what thoy
are voting on Initead of groping In the
dark or Mindly lolloping omo one m
blind a themselvoi simply to became
there are but very limited mean of ob
taining tho doilred data. .Such h not tbo
caiointboold world thero tho legiilator
hai tbo advantage of Btatisticj so
exact that it would icarco turpriao mo to
hear that it could be determlnod how many
i' wore dottod and t' cronod in writing
during any given poriod, baiod upon the
numbor of pen uied and tho quality of
Ink med. liy all meani lot our leglilntor
know what tboy doing for at preaent tboy
cannot from tbo aluiutt ontire abenco of
Senator Logan In tbo Soiiato and Hon,
S. S. Coi in tha Hoiiio Introduced bill
aiklng lor tbo appolntinoht of a commla.
a'ton of Hvo periona to invostigato tbo
practical cfloct or probibitary legislation
o ai to ico whether it ia neceiiary for
Congroi to further ptotoct tbo heaviest
federal tax payera of tbo country in tbu
carrying on of a legitimate buaineia thono
tax payors, dealera iu apirita, tobacco and
formentod liquor, pay tho mm of nearly
ntuuly-iiii mlllioui yearly ; out of Internal
revenue or ouo hundred aud four
teen mllllona and it ia thought that rani
ing, roating temperance d'omagoguea
abould bo confronted with thu factt and
flgurei on tbu lubjoct heuco the Intro
Auction ol tbe bllli aa above stated.
. O. IIOWAIlll.
To-day tbo Houio coiuinlttuo on .lillt
ary AtTalr will determine whether tho
comiiiitteo will proceed with an Inveatlga.
tlou luto tho charge brought agalnit lien.
Howard by tho tocrutary of wr or turn
blhi over to a mlllUry trial. Quito an of.
fort 1 being made by Howard' frionda
to prevent a court martial and locuro for
him another Congressional whitewashing,
it Ii ruinoredlbat ('.rant aud Uollnap
have fallen out on accout or tbe latter do
ing hl duty and showing Howard up.
Hon. Uutlor Ii now the avowed woman
uflrage lcador In tho Homo. Hoyoitor
day made hi lint ,itep by introducing a
bill trikiog out tho word "male" in tho
organic act or tho Diitrict or Columbia.
Thl 1 tho experimenting ground ror all
tho advanced idea and thla la one ol thoiii
and great U Hi champion Bonny.
Prom Col ii in h U j.
Columuus, January 23.-1 n the Homo
thl afternoon, bill wero Introduced to
abollih the death penalty and to rediico
toll rate and 'jxemptlng peracus attond
ing thurch frou toll.
THE CAIRO DAILY
TUh MLMDElt PllOM ALL.XANDLH
tN TIIK UKAD WllliL CnN
iiomthc SprlncEcId .loiirnal, Thtuvday.
Tbo most interesting event of yeiterday
in tho JIouio was tbo able and happy
.-jioocu 01 jir. uimny, in me Jiraawell
contempt bill. It wa dclivored in nn-
swor to ft speoch by Mr. Connolly, who
argued that tho tondenev cf tbo bill wai
to dnrln 11m nn.,,1. f h. n,rn. ....
meet to which thdr wnrn.nninJminn.i
euimeii, Kim ttuicq coninouiea to oison
tfally to tbo neceiiary impartiality of their
decliioui. The power to lino or'impriion
for contempt of court was otiontlal to tho
. . . I t . 1 I - .
very naturo or tbo Judiciary. Tbe legit
laturo locally and iuitlv notiensJ and
soiueumua eiercnou me name powur, and
an eicoiuiouai initanco ol narailili) con
equeni upon hi uxornio by ttio mpreme
uuri, (at 111 mo i mrago .loiunsl caie)
9U0iiiu not worn iu repeal,
Mr. Olirlv t.lkil n ti.iriK ...ii.l.i ...1..
cairying tho lympatby and the convic
tion oi a majority ol the lLuiu villi biui.
in ouien nme tho judiciary waa tbo
only guardian of liberty against tyranny
The coming of a judge to town to hohl
uourt vasioraldtd with IrumpoU and
lmntmrj .n,i i. . u ..i.i...
bannori, and ho wm cscortod by noblei,
mayor, tieiiiry una mounted i-uiird.
Standing a Indopandent guardian of tho
poopie, inoir powur woie hbaoluto nnd
their inundate linal. Tho tnaiarltv
of their mpportors and sorvauU of tho
bar hnvo in all Ilium boon
riMUcrvHllve, and onposad to ail mannor
ot mniivatioii aim nrore'i in court mho.
tic ii. Thoro always had boon anions those.
howovor, thoso who were more libornl-
mlndod, wlio acted as tho loudora of tho
poplt), wliq had rid tho profoaalon of ujo.
on niyjtory ami oi aniiuualod tiaraDhrnn
alia. Cuusoquunt upon tho liboralltv
null lllll UCdOIlC Ol IU0IO llion 01 IUO wiiri
....... - t . ....1. . a..
and gowns, tho trumpets and guaid, tho
lur..inui Biuiguiv nu uiciaioriai proroa'
lives of tho lucliciarv hnvo beon abroL'atnd
Tbo natural jpfogroH of civilization has
maao tho attainment ol tho legal nrolui,
sion not a mattor of u lifo time, as for
merly, but of iiusirr arcomiilinbuient,
And this ia riiiht. Tho hltrhest roincct
.....ii .. ......I . .. " .
iiouKi 03 imiu io mo luuiciarv. mit thov
are jiku uiiiar mon ami rimuiii no -u,jec!
lo iuit laws and roaionable limitations.
M. . . r i . r. . . '
'J he prerogatives originally oierciicd
y tho Judiciary aro latterly exerciiod bv
uio iroo proas, wniin aiainii ai tho reposi
tory and tho defenao of tbe moat aaered
rlguta of tho penle, oi froo petch,dlcus.
ion anu procruii.
Tho bill haa no oblectionablo ruaturei.
and does not lJtorfvro with tho presorva-
non or oruer ana protoiiuu roipoct in the
proaonro of court. Jt only ioprivo tho
court of tho unlimited power to dicUtori
ally tlno persons to tbo full extent of thoir
property, or imprison thorn ovon for their
natural Uvea, and provides that all line In
oxcois Tof Jtl.OOO, aud all impriaonmont
xceeuing mroo uaB,nail botrlod before a
Jluch of tho iutoreatini! apeech con
corning tho origin trnd progress of tbo
practice of courta and of tho art of
printing must be omittod for tho want of
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
Hoi'i:i:i)i.(js ixTHK iiorsi:
tJOV. .1IAV1.S MUST ST.VXO
KDVIVAI. OP Till: PIAMOl'TIl
iioimmu: sit.ni: at a iiamhmi
iVAniuitATiox or thi: .vr.w
MLVOIt 01' TEXAN.
TKI.IKJltA IMfIC .MAHKI'.TAVII HIVRK
TIIK SILK MANUl'ACrUltKKS.
Wasuinotok, January l!a A delega
tion of Dili: manufacturers from Now Jer
sey aud l'eiiueylvania wore boforo tbucom
mitteo on waya und mennt to-day with ref
erence lu tho tilk bill now hoforo tbo com
mlttou, Thoy want a uniform duty of 00
pur cent, ou ilk aoi ribbons aud on fab
ric of both silk and cotton combinod.
Thoy aak such increase of dutioa to pro
tect thorn from foreign competition
WHO i QOVKRXOK '
Tho following telegraphic , rtirreipoiiil.
enco has taken place:
AusTl.v, Tav.i, Jan. 5 J.
I'o.tiiiintiT Ueuoial, Wiulilutloii. -
lion. Itirhard Coko, roceutly uluclod,
and hi appointus, aro lu posaeiaicm oi' the
ottlcoa of governor, aecrotary of ttato aud
adjutant gonnral, Uov. Davia anil hit ap
pointor claim tbat tboy havo been Illegally
and by (otvr dlipoaieaiod ol aald utlicea.
lloth partioa claim tho mall matter ad
droasod to tho t.ntd olllcos, Tho contlirting
clatnia preaont emliArro'iing ipiottluiiar
und In order tbat 1 may properly decide
thorn, please aay by telegram distinctly
and positively to whom I Hhall dolivor
mail matter addrtmcd aa fullor.'i: First:
(iovnrnor of Torasi aoaoud (iovemor
1'., .1. Davia ; third' Kxocutlvo OiUre :
(ourth K. .). Davis, Governor of Tetas,
Hignod, 11. II. Kimnkv, PoHtiiiirter,
In reply to tho above thu I'oitmaitor
(lenoral seat tbo lollowing ;
AVibiu.voTpM, January 'i'J, lrtj I.
II. 11. Kinney, l'umaitcr, AiMtln, Texas
Alter conaultatlon with tho I'residont, I
direct tbat all mail matter itddroaacd to
tho governor of Texas shall bo dolivurnd
to Klehard Coko, and all other mail mat
tor addressed to (lov. H. .1, Davis, or E. .1.
Davia, govornorof Texan, shall bo dollv
erod to K. J. Davis. lmllar aetlnn should
bo t' ken aa to other statu otllrnra.
Signed. A. .1. Cbjxswku,
No woman sumuoi: in iiuu'n.
iln. Dr. Outherio waa hoard before tho
House committee on Judiciary to-day hi
oppoaltlon to tho unfrancblaement of
womun In tho Diitrict or Columbia and
elsewhero. ,'ibo bald that.tbo ballot in tbe
baudaot womeu would,domoralizotoclety
uudermiao (he itato and tend to detract
Irom tbe nnor qualltiei- of tbe iox, aud
cjr.icqutauy destroy vroa&n'- utefulnoti
ti mclbtr. wife and cilistn.
I.i. I I I . rU. - - . . . .
- ...w.imi i. i.incnua ueny nut no ever
maiicanv ronftaiout to t.auator Morlo
on tbo rraudulont practicoa with referonco
to lii eloction by Kellogg to tho loglila
turo. Thoy (ay in explanation of thn r..
cent conmmotlon among those Inturcsltd
In tho Louliiana.casc, tnnt whon Senator
..uurion mirouuccu his motion lo recom
mit llncbback' case, the latter thought
his chances for admission to tbo Senate
-uncC9 lor RUml
3.oop?r,li20.J. thoroby, and variou
juuimrmzou inorobv. and variou it.tn.
mont and throats wero given out showing
a diiposition to turn on tho Kollogg party.
art. . 1. . ' ' ... .
"jo i-unvicnon inai upon
tliA lnnA.lf 1 ' . . . ...
-Mw .M.u.ni;nnuu oi nil raJO ny tb
commlttco on Privilege at.d Election
wm noi n nn cnargos agalnu him a made
out. Ho saya ho hai imon tendered thu
iioBiiiuioui Mipport of tho true Kopublic
an? ot Lniililauft and thus fortified be haa
determined to abidn by the nina lioforo
Tho Kellogg patty it i- miJ wora omu
wiiat hasty in thir fara regarding tbo
ion uiuuiiuiip, i lbv Wrtrn mrnrUml l.u
z 'Si. -u " " " 1DMor. f
T' !onj,rJJ ltl ,"' rl' ,eMn,0.1"1?
lL ' om,M J-?,, C,1pi"Wn,L
urougui out on ita merits, l'liicbbai
tbo inexpootodueia of .'Jonator Morton's
not maKO a aeorul of hia determination to
isvor a now election, If ho i) defeated be
forotho Senate by tbo ell'orts of certain
wnuo rcproiontatlves of Loiiisiaim.
THE POSTAL TKI.r.OrUFII HIM.
m. Orton. VrctlJanl of lh
I'll Ion Telocraph coiiiunnv. tonlav .
eluded hi argument before the Sen a to
committoo on p.;stnlhces and poat roada
ui opposition to .nr. uubhur.l, on tbe
po.Uil telorapb tchemo.
'I ho coinmiltfo nn iiidlelarv uu tr.
i:!jed in perfecting amondmonti to tbo
hank law, which hive boon nlreaJy re
jiorto.1, au 1 wbii h they Mpoct to rail up
In tbo .'iuiinto for action early next
Mr. Tipton, irom till! r.llil I, n't I. i r.n r.i.lv.
lie lands, reported favorably on il,. (.in .,.
conUrm the title to certuin lands pur
cba.ed on the site of the K.in i:rn..
military reairvatlon. I'aisod.
Air tlberman. from in tf,.,..r. ......
vvv , - U . .'111
rnltiee, reported favorably on tho bill lo
pay bonds of tbo houlsvliu
canal. IMae 1 on the cnlun,lr
-Mr .Shurmau rii-HSpnit.l .
log t ounroia to annolnt a , .,ni,iilii- ,..
examine Into tbe manner In which the af.
fairs ol tho government of tbo Diatrict of
Columbia uro conducted and eapeelnlly
tho iKiard or public worli and that
Ihe petitioners be k1khl.i t.,
bo present bv tujiiinl .. .,
investigation, lu nrcsoiitlm' itn i,uin;nn
Thurman said it was signed by rospecta
ble pcoplo of tho District ot (;olumbla,and
containcil grave charges against the dls
trlct government IIo did not propoaa at
thia timoto oll'nr a resolution lor tha an.
pointmcnt of such commiltoe, but ho had
been told that evidence would bo mbn.lt.
tl to sustain tho charts, and it would bo
tlmo nnoiii'li then to offer a rmoh.tlnn u a
thought tho petitions should ba printed, so
tbat the pooplo could sen ita contonts, and
tuuiuiuru uiovcu it to no laid ou the table
aud printod. After disenailnn
tion to print ws rrerred to the commit.
tee on printing.
I noi or..
Wasiiinoton. January 'J.2.- The morn.
Ing hour was occupied in tbo call of com
mitteei ror report" of prirnto character,
whluli wro nit relVrreil to tho committee
of thu wuolo.
Tho House then rosumeJ the couaiiura-
tlcn of tbo Weit irginia cnntoatol oluc
According lo previous arraueeiiiBiit tho
Hotiso procosdod to the consideration of
uusinoss pertaining to tho
T OF COI.LVIUU.
inn, too oniy ousiness reported was a
....I.. I.... . . .
In refurouco to tho oducatlnn ot tbo blind
of the district, and that, after tome dis
cussion, was referred to tbo committed of
of the whole, and tbo lioueu soon aftur
I'rom Xew York.
New Voku, January 23. IVomlnent
members or Plymouth church aay tbo
church will stand by ita pastor, ar.il that
thu ollorts to revive thu o'.d scandal will
Tail signally. Tboy are ready to sty to
Dr. Budiutttou and all who simnort him:
"Vi e de.'iro ho followibip with you, noi.
thor will wo allow you In Mt in judgment
On thu other hand it is reported that
Plymouth church will voluntarily iro back
to tho old modi), and ask to have Tilton'i
expulsion considered an riceeptional case
which would not occur again.
inesiujyoi itsv. iJr. uuddington haa
beon robbud of several documents re
ported to h.vo boon lirouirht to boar ou the
The coriiur-atouo ut tbe now Tribuuo
building will be luid to-morrow aflurnoou,
A box will bo deposited in u rccontaclo
cut In tho granite, containing coploa or
tho latest issued of tho various editions or
tho Trlbuno; tho autobiography ol .Mr.
Greeley und tha portraits or tho rounder
or the Tribune. .Mr. Hiploy. tho nrosi.
duntofthe triiatous, will mako u ipoocb
alter which AJIn Jda .L. Greoloy will
Cl.ito tho box and depolt it; Tbo llfair ia
to nu jirivaio,
A i hi in,-' January 23.Tlio Govarnor
bus iisuiot a proclamation lor tbu holding
or an eloction on tbe itb or Pobruary, to
fill vacanclo in tbo l'Jtb and 10th diitrlcts,
Travis liilloe met at the armory in full
dress uniform, and marched tothocapitol
building, whuro two Uatlin gun wero In
position. One hundred aud two guns
woro llrod in honor of thu jreat auocesi
of rroo govornmuiit, and tho Governor
and Lieut. Governor woro called lor and
responded. Gov. Coko said: I thank
you for thu honor you have dono mo a
the roproientatlvo or freo govornrnout
in Toxas. In Ibis demomtratiou you aro
showing that your hearts and oul aro
In union with the great bnart of tbo peo.
plo of Texas, from tbo Hio Grande to
thn Sabine, and from tbo mountains to tbo
gulf. Joy unpoaict,b)e is welling up In
tho people hearts, bacauso rreo govern
ment, and tho right of local aoir govern
menl, which haa boon aupproased horo ror
there many yearn, has at length aroused
UKO. II. WUAI.I.KV.
London, January 21. Goo. ll.Whalloy
a member of parliament, nppoared boforo
Lord Chief Juitico Cockburu, in tho court
of tbo Queen's bunch, to-lay to answer
charge or contempt or court j In writing
to the pros poralstlog in tho trutbfulnon
or tbo tostimony or Joan Lulo, on his ox
amlnation atawitnosa for tho dufondant
In the TIchborno caae. Ho was adjudged
guilty and gutoucod to pay a lino of
'JWJjC and be impriaoued until paid,
AYhalley rofusod to jiay the fine and left
the court in custody or.otucen(.Tbcre wis
great excitement lu the room when ho departed.
JANUARY S4, 1874.
J'i"ar;s9, January 'h A hear
vr ma torm prevailed here to-day. 1 L
roof or the converting hjiite of Kdger
'auuuj mm aiui wora, at uraddock
A.I.I. ... . i . t '.
...iub, was torn oi oyino Wind. I' our mon
were seriously injured.
I.Ot;i8VIt,t,E A F0RTLAXI) CM XL CO.
Louisvn.LB, January 23. A suit wa
brought by tho city In tho chancery court
yeitorday, against the Louisville and
J ortland canal company ror one hundred
and rourteen thousand dollars unpaid
4.... mi.. ... i . .
cauai company resists pay
ment, claiming tho canal is tbo property
of tho I'nlted State govornmont.
Prom Netv Orlcaui.
New Oblbanh, January '-':!.- Governor
Kellogg has ropllod to the protest ol lor
flilin bondholders, that l,,i I1
acnon ia lounued on Imperrert mrorma
tion; that ho has transnillta,! i, ti,i.. .
full statement ol the firln wUM,
wio nam government to propose the pond
Ini; fuiidlni; scheme . nn n,r,il
al'leratlon or theaedata, ho believe that
mo council will agrea with tho c ham bar of
Prom .Shu PrunclMii.
-an rftANriaco, January 23 -Maraball
Martin twas hangod at Martinez to day
for the murder or Valenti
near ftntioon, contra county. Uu tbo
c.uom ut taij that the rnuraored man'a
WHO lOMItralOU Ilia tnnr.lnr !.
m me loiine aayium. aiarlln made a full
, , . . ,. i U I ,,uw
conioision oi nn past life or crime. "When
the drop fell his head uu i,itroli
"' lu uouy, wnicu leu nieleii to
me R roil no
Cl.stiN.VATi, January 23. Captain J no.
Johnson, a man seventy-four yeirs olJ,
formerly astoamboat builder in this aiv
est his lifo late thla afcornoon at tho Gib
on bouse. Ho was hilled bv tnittlmr i,t
b,M Into the elevator townr tln-n,il, .
wiiwlow, and looking down, when the tie-
vai-r came down and ahav.ed hia head on',
en iuK mo nearness trunK on tho Uoor or
be hall, Cantain Johnson
buiirdod at the Gibson hoinn m.
looking at a r.uw, unl'isned portion of
From Wllhesbarrr, Pa.
Wit.CESDAhHC, January23, -Tho indi
cations are that tbe miners will not IntUt
on an advance over last year's baais, pro
vided steady work slull be guaranteed to
tbutu Thoy aro atlll firm in saying that
Ibey will atand out agalnit a reduction.
Tbo probabilities are ths,t tbo companies
will not Insttt vary strongly upon a reduc
tion, and that as t-a as all repairs are
completed, or the surplus stock is worked
oil, or coal reaches higher prices, tbey
will nay to the men, you can go to work
at la't vear'a wages.
I'rom Tiliuvillc, Pa,
Till A I. OF A NKW ENOINU.
TTn-.M iu.K, Jauuary 23.--Tbe trial ot
Col: K. A. L. Kobert'a new double exhaust-
ng stoam engine, at tbe works or tbo Ti-
tmvillo Manuracturing company, in this
city, took place to-day iu tbo prosenco or
isrgo nurnnor ot onginoors and exports.
It is alleged that this Invention will make
now ora in steam power and that when
applied to locomotive! and tbo propellers
of ocoan iteamors tbo apeod will bo in-
cronsod threo (old at a diininiahed cost of
lufcl. 'iho ongino wns worked up to tbe
peod cif two tboiisaud revolutions por
iiiiuute, anu tueieai waa eiuireiy aatislnc.
Uihceot Ohccrvation. Signal Service I'.S.
army. Dillv rennrt ol tho slaee ol wutor.
wilh the changes for the 21 hour ending
- o'clock p. m January 23, ls'sl
Littlo Kock. . . .
Shreveport . . .
10 1 I
llolow high water inais.
Ohiorver sig. ber. IJ, .s, a
I'iitsbdru, Jauuary 23 lllvor ilowly
...Til. lor.. '
nihil IJ A,bt
Ciscinnau, January Vli-n.narteJ -
Aiids, Wheeling, ltivor rising, with 2s
ilEMHis, January 23. Hivor declln-
ing. Departed City or (ulncy, ilt Louis:
VirKKUDRO. January ''2 Down ..
Croateut City and barges, Pp U H
lurner. weather oleir nad cool. Ilier
New Orleans, January liftArrived
ICobt Mitchell. Cincinnati. Denartud
John Y Tollo, St Louis. Weather cool
Litti.k Jlooi;. Juniiiry -Arrlred
l-'unnlo Tatum. I'rom aboo. Woathor
clear and cool, itlver still rising, and now
itacds 0 feet C incbe by tboguago. Train
on tbo railroads aro ilelarod by tbo late
Louuvii i.e. Jauuarv 'J.I Hi
slowly with 10 foot 'J Inches In canal and
h toot ) inches in pass at u p.m. Weather
very ploasant and clear. Arrived 0 li
Church, Cincinnati! Andy llaum, Cincin
nati. Departed 0 It Church. Now Or.
mini; Andy llaum, Memphis,
Kvknhvili.k. January 23 I'.iit list
down Mliinoola, Warren, Charmer,
Mherlock and Mary Amont. Up Pat
Uogors. Ite.l Cloud, Quickstep, Hodman
and Palls Pilot. AVeathor blustorv dnrini?
the night, but it la clear und cool now,
with the thermometer 113 to .Id, Huainoai
Mr. LouiH. Jauuarv lio1. ilella AI
phis, Memphis; Labarge, Uhrovoport;
iiato Kinny, New Orleans: llohbe,AVhool
Ing; Julia, Vlokiburg. DopartcdClty
or Vleksburg, Vicksburg. lUver about
aix root to Cairo. Navigation opeu to
Lowor lUpido on tho upper Mlaslaalnnl
and to Leavensrorte ou tub Missouri and
j.a eaut on tbo Illinois.
Proru Nctv Orleans
Haw Orlvam. .Ttautry 24.,
dlnbtii pisied the eentte to-day without
amendment. " Tbo voto Was unanimous.
Tho hill and constitutional amendments
will oo tignoa by tho governor, and pro
uiuigntuu in uiu omciai journal attnuty.
DAVID A. OA(IE.
UIUCAQU. Januarr 'J.l 1)tI,1 A
Gtge, ex-city troaiuror, appoared before
tho criminal court to-day to answer to an
Indictment for porjury and fraud recently
round against him In connection with de
mulcallon iu hi olllce. Leonard Mwett.
ivunui uir unge, asaoa a lurtnor post-
...1 r... .1 .i. . - .. '
ponnmcnt or tho case, ou the ground that
preparations for tbodefunto were not vat
complete, and also entered a motion to
iI'jhiu tho Indictment! on the ground that
iboro is no law under which to puniib
uage, rosipoueineni waa granted until
I'riday, :uth Inst., when the mntlon to
ijiialh tbo iiidlclmunt will bo argued
Wa'IIINoION, Jail V':S.- l'lobabllitle
For lew bugland and tbe MldJIe atatea,
clear or clearing neither and lower Win-
peraliire will prevail, vtitb 1'iKib and brisk
noi in w ttorly wimls and a it Ing barom
I'oi tbi) lake roi'tun and tboiiea south
ward lo tbe Oh 10 vallev. contlnilud bleb
harametor, clear or air weather, with
fluid and biiik southwesterly aud variable
I or tha .-ioiithadi statnr, clour and cluar-
ing weauioi, with lower utopralure rit
ot oaromuier au: northerly lo vreiterly
Tor Ihe North wrst. de.Medlv cold and
paru riouuy wealiior, conllnueJ high
barometer and nulbwuiturlv to hrtli.
.MKUI-illn. Jmiiiary '.'3. I iunr (Jul.
and iiuebangud. Corn meal aiiur au
active at A 3i. Coll'eu lirm at IWiiia..
Ilran nuiet af IC ill In bulk. Ilav dull
and urichangf 1 Corn llrm at i.'fj.TUc
Oats, no rocuipti. I.ud CrmJfailO, tinlk
meats ipjlot and tint hanged, t.utton dull
I'fNCINNATI. .laliuaiv Wheat dull
nd lower, flower dull and a shade low
er at 20. 40. Corn (lull and a shade
lower tO(S,tia, Oats quiet and weak -t8J-
iu. itye urmat,.i2(ny.i3, liarley Brra at
1 -ir.' fall 1 U. unchanired. LVe
ull and um'baui'fcd. Ilutter firm. Cheese.
good demand. I'ork firm at 15 50. Lard
met and arm, -loam PsCM: kett lo 991.
Hulk muits strong aud active &ith a apec-
ulatlvn demand. .Shoulders oulot at CinTt-
C; C K talos 7J7J cash; 8 March; buy
ere for .March auu April hold higher. At
tno close, aaiea aggrcgaio over l,uou,ouo
onia clear at efuiS-. iiacou acarro and
rra. Shouldora 71fiA7i: C K clear
Hogs qult and steady, light ship.
ping 0 lUfai US; biavy C 4'j(aj CO. He
celpta ::,7I5. Mhipmeuta 1,355. Whisky
New Voiik, January 2.'J PlourJieavy j
mpornno 6 CoOi'i 10; common to good
5 -lOfiiiO SO : cood to choice C bUa.l 25
wuue wueai extra , so. V hlSKV
Wheat modorately active: No ? Chi
cago spring 1 58(u;l 0,1, No 1! .Milwaukee
cif,.' 1 C'J; Iowa spring 1 SCifjyl CO,
'.ye mm; statu western 1 OCfoit IU. liar-
ley scarce and firm. Corn dull and lower;
now western mlxeu auoat K.K-J , new
white yo ; old white 91; old western
mixed afloat VI. Oata more active and
nrmer; mixed waatern oSfJ.COJ ; white
western COgi;'.'. Co Doe in brisk demand,
with advanced prico. Sugar dull. Mo-
laaees brisk. I'ork uiol and nouiin.
now mcs Jo ,C; primo 11 00; uxtra
pnmo 1.1 ,r,. llcof ijuitt. plain mess
H 00011 00; oxtra 11 50U 50. Cut
moats (uiet; shoulder r.J ; middle Urm ;
long clear 8 ; abort cloar H : long cloar
rourusry o; ; long arm inort clear Janii'
ary and Pobruarv 85f,SL Lard itoadlar
prime H-eam on spot and January 7-IC'
1 UUIUKJ li
New OnitANS, January 23 Flour
nun; A.. 7 00(5)7 60; family 7 75g;;i 00,
Corn acarco; white 78S)70: yellow &o.
Oat quiet 58. Ilran dull 1 10. LIay dull;
prune uu; cuoico 'iu w.L rorir dull CJ.
Dry ealt meats: none in first band. lia-
con Urm; but only ordor demand SJiTiSJ
umuo uuu i.. iaru acarco arid in ue
mand; tlorco 9!)'; keg 10. Sugar dull
at yesterday's price. Molasses, supply
light, demand good for low fair 55; prime
CJ; atrictly prime C5. AVhisky in light
sapply; Louisiana 'J; Cincinnati I Oi.
joueo i(u;.aj. corn meal dull
St. Louih. January li:i. Flour A'X.tall
and grade below scarco and In domand
and held abovo buyors view. Avheat dull
No '2. epnng 1 25l 25; No 0 red fall
i -ti(,.H -to; no 2 1 G3l C5. Corn llrm
no 'l raixod -ItJQlo. ilarlay steady and
Hrm. Kye, buyiira apart; 8'.' bid for No V,
I'oak stoutly 1& 00(J)lO L'O. llrv suit
meats llrm : looio country ehoulderi tii:
city cloar rib 7j; clear S; tellor Alarch 8.
i. aeon atoauy aua urm snouidura 7A;
1'iuaj no n;; ciear '.'. j.aui urm; prime
aluani 8. Wbiaky dull 'ji;. iioga iiuiot.
CiiiCAiio, January Flour oulot
with 1 It'll t Miles, cboicosprini' extra. 5 75-
(aid wnuat llrm, !io 1 aprlnir I U4J :
nortuwcai i a&j wo l 2.1 apot; I 8a i
l'Obruury; No 3. 1 lihrtl 17i. Curu. fair
uomanu anu lowor, iso a mixed 7r,Jc apot,
57jc bid February; now No 2 mixed 61o,
Oata dull and lov;er,No 2, 41c caab; lljc
r onrutry. itye steady, jso o freah 7yc
liarley, demand active and advanced. No
- tall 1 cttfeiji mi; wo t a5(7Al as. Pork
dull and doclined, closing a Hhado easier,
u -.'ii cash; 14 -ili February: 14 80 .March.
Lard demand actlvo ann advancod, 9 00
casn '.' iu l ooniary; -j -to iiarcn. iiuik
meats sluadv: hoiildera 5': abort rib 71c-
abort eloar t;C Groan meat steady and
unciiangoa. whiskey arm, !Hc.
H A M WILH 0 N ,
r rt o V I tl i i Kit. T n
lUll-n, 1 1 I
For Halo nt Wholcaila or Helail
OoUHIR H'JO fiTHIir AND OHIO lk St
4. . UAMLK,
NKW VOHK STOrtt:,
WllOlsKriALR AMD HUT AIL,
LAnoatT VAaiarr aiuov ir ma oin
GOODS HOLD VBRY OL08I.
Comer ef Rtneteaeith alraat m4 Vtnm
C. o. t'ATiaiu
W.rJiratton. T. Bird
HTKATTON A; JHHU,
Aecenls American Powder ICompanv
.iu. b7 unio i.eree,
OENEHAI. COMMISSION MKRCBANV
Abil dcalsT la
f.tUit, ClUKSir, I'l.Aai'ta, tiAib
Mil llblu l.tkx,
tkfl mil s.U lb tar lead lot. at lii nun
liirer.' pilcm, adding liclhi -3-u
I a I'aiis
It I AV2K!
AVliha A (JO,
b' 'i O LT R;
UENKKAl. CoMMliON Mt ROHAN ti
Mil Vw l.V3ia,OHU,OAia,-, UK
WOOD RITTKNnOUSE k BRO.
I at OHIO LKVUtt
COFFEY, IIARKISON i CO,,
(siici enors to D. Uurd X sou
ri.uua. wtiaaa am a has.
No tit Ohio .hofi, CAIKO.ILM.
. A, Thouik t,, I) 'I hOlt.
TIIOMH i HKOTUKH,
butt etosrs to 11, il.tiulot,
AMU utuuikt its
aatile aud Viuej laiceue,
f oreign ud l)oineti
UAIKO, . . ILLitiOlH,
JilLi.EK 4 PAilKElt,
L'KAl.Kirtj IW aTLOUH. COHN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AUKNTci roa KAIitBANti'rjdUALJia
Ohio Una, OAlltU, ILLlNOIis.
0. D. WIJiiMAMSON,
AuJ Utaler lu
BOAT STORES, '
.Vo. 70 Ohio PA IRQ, ILLS.
ttSTSEitcUl attention olvtr, tu r.-ir.ai
latuti and niiiti order, n-2 tt
JOilN B. PHLLia 4 SON,
ieti4aSi. Id iutk tl. rtillll,!
U RN KUA.L CUMMiaaiOi
fOh vV a tiDiiiQ MiiBOaAiiTa
UKALIiKa IN BAV, OOftN, OAT8,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o,t
AO KN Ifl f'OH LAPLIN AND BAND
Tumi Sthkkt AMU
F. M. STUOKVI.KTH,
Hectiiler ud WboUiale Uealar
(lt:IUM A Nil UOtlEH 1(1
LIQUORS AND WINES
UO. t'i OHIO t.KVKC,