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THE CAtKO DAILY BULLETIN, .FRIDAY JANUARY 24, 1873.
JollN lit ORERI.Y, Editor and PulilMie
TERMS OK Till: DAHA IWI.IXTIN :
Ono week, by carrier $
One year by cnrrlcr, Inadtniico 10 00
Ono year by carrier 11 not pud in
advance 12 00
'lino month, by mall 1 00
.Three ruonth H 00
Ono year 10 00
TJ1K DOLLAR WEEKLY IUJL1.ETIN'
John II. Oberly has rcilurcil the subicrip
on prtco of tho Wkkki.y Cahio llui.i.r.Ti.v
o Ono Dollar per annum, making It t'"3
choapoct paper pnhlWicd in Southern HllnnU
llEMrma has flvo thousand apl ritual
ists. And StoVo' proipoeti for n now trial
aro becoming encouraging.
Tnc Illinois legislattiro lias ndjoumcd
for week, in order to glvo tho commit
tees titno to get their work In shape, and
"mako somo needed repairs In the enrto
An Ohio printer suggests that tho pro
posed monument to lloraco Greeley, out
of old type, will not bo as durablo ns such
a reminder ol tho great journalist nnd
statesman ought to bo.
Mns.SimitMAN of Connecticut poisoned
six of her children becauso sho was "dis
couraged" at tho prospect of taking care
of them, nnd Mrs. Schneider of Jofl'orjon
City, Missouri, the other day chopped off,
with an nxc, lliobcad of her six-wecks-oid
baby because it was bow-legged.
ft hugo mast is to bo plaood. An nppar-
Rtus cnpublo ol collecting electricity
Is to bo put upon tho uppor ond of tliis
mast, by means ol which, m sucn oicvn
Hon, It is clniincl iv strata of tho ntmos
phcro will bo reached which Is charged
with electricity. Ground connections,
tho samo ns in ordinary telegraph, will bo
orccted. This electrified strain of tho at
mosphere will, as with tho ordinary sin
glojwlro nnd ground connection, innko n
complete circuit, nnd It is cliilmed thattbo
sllfihtcst piilntlon of electricity nt Uio
towor will producon similar puliation nt
tho other. Tho company Is to havo n
capital stock ot Iwo hundred thousand
dollars, with tho privilege of Increasing
Iho samo to two millions If tho Interest ol
tho corepanv shall requiro It. Tho busi
ness and objects of ilio corporation nro
slated In tho bill to bo to develop nnd
utilize tho principles nnd power of
natural electricity, to bo used in tiilciraph
Ing, generating ligbt, linat mid motive
power, nnd otherwise, nnd opernlo nny
machlnpry run by electricity for nny pur
pose. the ate Capital.
OULESHY ELECTED UNITED
PROTEST OK TflE LI1IERAL MEM-
Tub Cincinnati 'Enquirer' says : "llli
' nois has nearly 7,000 miles of railroid
'completed. This is 2,000 miles moro tban
'Kow York. Uy tbo year 1900 wo pro-
diet that Illinois will bavo moro popula
'ticn lhan tho now Empire state. West-
ward tho star of empire takes its way."
Some of our exchanges nro still marvel
ing at a young man In this city, who em
braced Judaism, that ho might marry n
young Jowes. Thero is no marvel in'tho
matter, when you consider It properly.
Soma of Iho Jewesses of this city aro so
pretty, wo would no, come to think of It,
wo woul 1 nut eithor, for blitftny a a crim
inal offencn. Evansvlllo .lour'nal.
Tho wifo of that editor should no, sho
should not oither, for poisonlnc is n crimi
A vi:ry interesting caso undar the tem
perance law looms up in Metropolis. A
soloon-keeper nrrestcd two men under tho
charge of damaging nnd destroying ids
property wliilo drunk. Tho men were
hold to ball in tho sum of four hundred
dollars each, and now suits nro threatened
by tho mother of ono and wifo of tho other
against tho saloon-keeper "for damngis
under tho new liquor law, for selling tho
accused partios liquor suflleient to c.tuse
drunkenness," nnd tho consequences in
this particular case.
Gov. Oolkhv has been duly elected to
tho United States ssnato, nnd will Fuccecd
Mr. Trumbull in that body nftur tho 4th
of March next. Tho election was n fore
gone conclusion, having been a pre
meditate,! plan nrrangod by tho Radicals
of tho state, with somo aiiiitmco nt "WhUi-
ington city, over n year ago. Tho fact
that Gov. Oglesby is ineligible to tho of.
fico of United Statos senator by
reaion of his lato election
governor of tho ttato of Illinois, could not
bo expected tostand in tho way of tho in
tentions of his friends who nro in a major
ity in tbo leglilnturo. It is an important
ono to them, maJo so by tholr
habitual disregard of constitutional law
"We publish in this issue of The Uulletin
tho protest against tho olcctlon of Gov
Oglesby, by tho Liberal members of tho
houso of representatives.
SENATOR TE UMHULL.
Senator Trnmbull, whoso term oxpiros
on tho 4th of March noxt, entered tho
scnuto of tho United State novonteon
years ago as a Democrat of that poriod,
nd lcavos it, to all intents mid purpojns, u
Domocrat of this. His (or.
vices in tho Unite .States
senate havo coveted tho most cvontful
and stormy yoars in tho history of tho re
public and while ho has nut been infalli
ble, ho bus proved himself honoH and
capable in ono of tlio most reiponilula nnd
dlnnifled loaitlonsnti Amorieim ..in,,.., :
his duty to tho pjblic Is called upon toCH.
At ft tiraa when corruption bIiows iteulf nt
ono or tho moit powerful agenda In help
Ing wen Into places of moral truit and
high political position, it should bo pecul
iarly gratifying to tho citizaru of Illinois
that her out-going sonator glvoi up his
ofllc with not oven a suspicion of impur
ity attaching to his public record.
THE AERIAL TELEUltAPU.
Presidont Grant has ilgru-d tho 1)111 in
corporatlng tha Loom It Aerial Telegraph
Srni.vortEi.i), Jan. lil. Ity consent,
Senator Short introduced n resolution pro
viding for printing Gov. Ogleshy's mes
sage, o,000 copies in English, and 2,000 in
Senator Cummlngs offered an nmond
mint to strike out ns much ns refers to
iirintitii: in Gorman. Upon u call of tho
ayes and nays tho amendment was lost by
n volo of 10 to si.
Pendini! tliu discussion of tho resolution,
tlioscnato wont into iho special order of
election or a United Mutes sonator.
Senator Short nominated Gov. 1!. J.
Senator Cuiiimings put in nomination
Hon. Lyman Trumbull, and Sonator
Brooks W. F. Uoolbuugli.
Tho voto was ns follows :
ilaldwin, Hums, Cantiuld, Castle, Crews,
Cunningham, Cuscy, Donahue, Dow,
Early, 1-Yrrol, Green, Hampton, Henry,
Jacobs, Nicholon, Palmer, Patterson,
Reynold", banlord, .Sheldon, hl.eparJ,
Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton,
Waits, hltinir, ilcox, llllimiion,
Ilrown, ilurke, C.isev, Cummmcs,
Glenn, Gundluch, Hincliclilie, Hundley,
kulioe, Leo, -Murphy, rjtarnc, oru,
Ware, Warren, ioiini;blood lo.
Archor, JJrooks 2.
Absent mid not voting, McGrath.
Governor O'lusby, having received n
majority of tho votes cast, was elected
upon tho part of the senate.
Tho hour for thu special order having
irrivod, (tho election of senator), Mr. Con
nolly placed in nomination Richard J,
Mr. Jtogers of McLean, placed in nomi
nation Lvinan Trumbull.
Mr. Dunham asked if it was in order to
discuss tho Humiliations made.
Tho speaker decided not.
Mr. Dunham, desiring to discuss tho
constitutional bearings of tho question,
look mi appeal from thu ruling. Y eas and
nays demanded. I no decision was sus
tained yeas 13; nays II.
'J tin roll was tlion cnucu. liicnaru j.
Oglesby received b2 vote; Lyman Trum
bull received CO votes. Jhoso voting lor
Oglesby aro :
Anderton, liny, itieo, uarKiey, nenry,
l'.nuntre), llacoek, Herting, Shvuco, Had-
well, Hildnip, Sawyer, ltrniisnti, Hollen-
liack, .caulau, liullaru, llopKint, Serine,
Iluslinell, Inscore, Sliaw, Lasseuy,
lacqiiess. Sueridan, (carpenter,
Johnston, Snow (Chambers, Juno, Suule,
Connolly, J. mo ol tlaiicock, hlarr,
Cross, lavis, Dement, Dalton, lOlner, Per
rier, I reclmid, Freeman, Golden, Gordon,
Graham, Granger, Grant, Grey, Grldlov,
Uarvuy, Uawts, l.omax, .Munu, Mutstl,
.Mctieo, -Mllcneii, .uooro oi jiarsnaii,
Mollltt, Oakwood, Olcson, Peiifleld, Pin
noil, Plowman, Pollock, Knee, K-itnuy,
l'.ankin, Uiy, Stewart of Winnebago,
Stewart of McLean, Swan, Taijcnrt,
Thoma, Trultt, Wnrner, Washburn,
AVayman, Webster, Wostfall, Weckcr,
Wood, ymoro, Mr. bpeakor.
Those voting for Trumbull aro
Alexander of Crawford, Aln Aonderof
Montgomery, Armstrong oi Grundy,
Armstrong of LaSallo, Hallow, Jtishop
of Edgar, lllshop of Mcllcnry, iilakely,
Hooth, llrynnt, Ousoy, Collins, Coudon,
Conkrile, Darnell, Dewey, Dolmi, Dresfor,
Dunham, i-.asly, Maimer, l'ortli, llerring
ton, Hito of Madison, 1111m of St. Clair,
llailcs, Jackson , Jessup, l.ano of De
Witt, Lemma, Lomax, I.oomis, Marh,
McAdam, McDonald, McLaughlin, Me
Piionan, Mtnchnin, Mlddlecotl', Mooro of
Adams, Mooro of Mamn, Seville,
Kowton, Kulton, Oborly, Oremlorll', i'olt
ccr, (luinn.'Kogors. Scott, Sherinan, Shu
man, Stroudu, lvlvesler, Thornton, Vir-
den, Walker, Vebbr, Welnhermor,
Mr. Oborly presented a protest against
tho election of Gi,v. Olosby 113 sena
tor, ns follows:
IIoukk ov Iti.ri; ki n, J.m. 21.
Tho undersigned, rcpresenlalixus lrom
tho iliitricts indiuiitcd ly the ligures oppo
site thuir rcspuetivu iiamef, do rofjioctlully
diisent lrom and hereby prulett ngniiut
wiu nei aim rixoiuiiuii 01 tins house,
whcrjby it nppuars that tho vote ot
eighty-two of tho inomberi thereof wero
cail lor Hicbtird J. Ujjiosby for tho olllco
of sonator in thu congress of thu United
btuUs from tl.o statu of Illi
nois, and ho lUvlared to bo the
uhoicouf tho iiiiijnrity ot tho members of
mis uoiiy lor olll.o uluresniu. Thu
undersigned nssumu upon tbo grumul ni
uio novuriuiy 01 11,0 luct lliuU llieliard J.
Oglosby, fur whom 1 10 voles aforesaid
wero cast, ami wlio lias been declared to
bo tho choice of a majority of tha muinbur
of thu hou for thu ollleo ol senator In the
oongrosi of tho United Stater, 1 the euinu
person who id now thu governor of tho
tiuiMui iniiioH, and who wu duly chosen
by tho pyonlo ut tho oleetion ut thu litr..r.
out voting pluovmn tho itate, on tho Tuu
duy uftur tlm tlrst .Monday in Xovi-mbur,
a. u. iDi-, 10 1111 tiio ollicu ol govurnor
for tho puriod of four yenr from tho sec
011J Monday in January, I87J, mid -lio,
on thu taid tucond .Monday in January
1B(J, took thu oath prescribed by sueibm
i 01 win nun aruciu 01 to cuiulltuluni
ho wns elected, Is contrary to tho plain
languago of tho constitution, tho under
signed do not consider It to bo necessary
to do moru than to quoto tho exact mid
comprcheuslvo languago of that Instru
ment, lly tho last chiuso of section f,
nrtiulo f, of thu constitution, It Is declared
that noithcr tho governor, lieiitonntit-gov-ornor,
auditor of public nccoimls, secretary
of stale, superintendent of public Instruc
tion, nor attorney general shall bo ellglblo
lo nny other olllco during tho poriod for
willed ho shall havo boon eloctcd.'That tho
position of collator In congress of this
United States is mi olllco 110110 will deny,
mid It would horuporihious to sny that 11
is nnother and dltlcrcnt olllco from that of
governor of thu stnlo of Illinois. Tho un
dersigned aro not permitted to forget that
thosu who deny their obligation to support
and obey tho constitution as it is written
nstert tho olllco of senator in tho congress
of the United States was not created by
tho constitution and tho laws of tho stato
of Illinois, but by tho constitution of tho
United Stalcf, Mid that, therefore, tho
fr.imcrs of tho constitution of thu stnlo
could not havo intended, by tho language
of tho 5th section of tho filh nrtlclo of tho
constitution, to render the governor of tho
stato luellgiblo thereto. Tho undersigned
consider it to bo n matter of profound re
gret that it should bo found necessary nt
any time, or for nny reann, to depart
from tho larigunga omploycd in tho con
stitution to find its meaning, or that limit
ations to tho scopo of its provisions should
bo supplied by conjecture ; but even tlioso
who insist upon disregarding tho letter of
tho constitution in obedionco to nn inter
pretation thoy giro to It, upon tho ground
that its frnmers failed lo employ tho lan
guago proper to express their real mean
ing, nro bound to succeed to thoso who
prefer to bo governed by Iho constitution
hs it Is written, that tho olllco of senator
in tho congress of the United Statos from
tli 0 statu of Illinois actually existed
when tho clnuso under consideration wns
adopted, nnd that its c.vistoncu was
known to tho frninurs of tho constitution,
and that tho languago employed is broad
enough to include that ollico ; and lliut thu
member of tho constitutional convention,
thu most eminent us well ns the most ex
perienced citizens of tho slate, mny well
bo presumed to havo known that a seat in
the senate, might hereafter bo considered
by ambitious men to bo n prlzo of such
innnitudo that tho governor, in its pur
suit, would forget tho interests of tho peo
ple of tho state, disregard tho duties of
his ollico, or shrink lrom their Tearful pco
formaucii, or tisu tho appointing power
bestowed upon his ntlim tor tho public
good ns n means of securing supporters or
in rewarding thuir services ; so that in
pursual nt plaeo hu might fail lo remem
ber that ho wns tho chief executive mag
istrate of a freo stato, nnd becomo thu
servile follower who would regard fidelity
to a moro party ns tho highest duty of the
plaro to which ho might apire.
Thoso corifldoratlons. in tho judgement
of tho undersigned, atlord tho most con
vincing reason for believing Hint tho
framers of the constitution used tho broad
lnnguigo found in that clnuso quoted witli
n full knowledge of it actual compre
hension nnd meaning, nnd to cll'ectaii ob
ject which they considered to bo in thu
highest senso important to tho well-being
of tho people of tho state. X01 urn tho
undersigned unawnro that it is urged that
tho people of tho state of Illinois have no
power by tho constitution lo declare any
citizen ineligible to the ofllce of senator in
thu congrew of tho United States, or, ns
thu proposition is sometimes- stated, tho
states havo no power to prescribe tho
qualification" of n senator, and the under
signid nro ready to ndmit the proposition
wnen stated in either modo to be true.
The ofllco of sonator is created by the con
stitution of the United States," nnd thu
qualitieationt of n senator nru .ru
scribed by that instrument, and no stato
can by its constitution or olhorwiio dis
petisu Willi tho qualifications required by
inu cousuiuiioii 01 1110 onilcu Mules, or
insist upon qualitlcutioti in addition to
thoM) proscribed by that instrument ; but
tliu peuplu ol tlio stnlo may, boyond nil
question, proviuo by llieir constitution
mat mi v ritizeu elected to thu olllce of
governor shall, by his acceptance of Unit
ulllce, ilicapucitalo himself from tho ac
ceptance, ol' any other olllco during that
period fur which hu was elected, and they
may, oy uoeiar.ng nun ineligiblo to any
other olllco duiiug his term, uiuko it their
own duty, and that of thuir representa
tive in urn general uisuinbly, to with
hold their vote tor another olllco from a
person tnus declared ineligible or incapa
ble. Wo havo already adverted to somo of
thu consideration, that might bo BUlliclont
to satisfy thu peoplu ol tho statu that
sound political policy demanded that cer
tain ollleers should not bo permitted to
hold any other otllcu during tho period
lor which they weru ulcrtod, and thoy
might, us thoy hnvo done in tho Dili sec
tion ot thu 6th article of tho constitution,
declare that to bo their will ; and mch a
provision does not, in nny manner that
wo can perceive, conflict with tho rulo of
tho constitution of tho United Status,
already ndvorted to.
The undersigned will not discuss tho
force of thu argument urged by thoso who
insist that on boiiio former occasion in tho
history of tho statu tliu general assembly
of tho stato disregarded thu constitution
and elected n citizen to u seat in tho sen
ate of tho United States in opposition to
ono of Its provisions ; nor will thoy under
take lo determine tho value of the reason
ing by which it is sought to distinguish
thu caso referred to from that of thu elec
tion of the governor of tho statu to an
other olllco within tho first month after ho
and tho members of tho gcnerul assembly
horu hud taken an oath to support thu con
stitution. Tho undersigned, for
thoinsolvoi, deny tho authority
of all pretended precedents that are with
out thu support of sound nrlncinle
Thoy deny that tho people ol the stato aro
to bo foruver bound by the erroneous ucls
of past legislatures, but insist that it is the
duty of tho present general assembly to
perceive and obey tho prevailing Impulse
of Iho public mind, to correct abuse, de
nounce bail preceuenis, ami ngnin to recur
to Ihu principles of policy nnd constitu
tional cnnU notion so obviously demanded
by tlm iiitulliguiit and earnest froomon of
Ileru followed tho names of tho Liberal
members of tho house.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Miles (hp Nliortrsit Itiiiilo
I.ltflily Jllle HicHliortcMt Itonto
TO ST- LOUTS
NO CHANGE OK OA119
IT.OM CAIIIO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CUICAOO.
ONLY ONE CHANG E Of OA US
OM OA 1110 TO
Clcrrlnml, Nlmmr F0II1
rhllmlell'hli, New Yorlt,
Uoslon Mill nil points et.
Mllwontle, JiieTllli,l Mmllon,
LaL'roi-H, St. I'nul nnd nil point north.
Ihu 1 aIho the only direct route to
Deenlur, lUoomlngtuD, rSnringfKI,
I'eorln, CJnlnCT. kenklik,
llurliniitnn, Itnek l.l.lli'l, I.n ,uftll.
Mendotn, Illion, Kretport,
(Inlenn, Ilubilqilr, Hloui ulty,
Omittm mi'l nil point northwest.
Elegant Drawing Iloom Sleeping On
On nil Night Trains.
llaCEAgc Checked 10 nil Important point.
For tickets nail informntiun, apply to I. (,'. It. 1 1
depot nt nlrnj on hnnl the trnuait stenmer b
tupeii Colunibu and Cairo, nnd nt Ino prlncipt
rnilron I ticket nfnee throughout Hie smith.
IV. V. JOI1.N-O.N. Ofn'l I'bm. AK't, Cliienjo.
A. .Mitciii.il, Gen'l. Hnp't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPIUNGFl EL HANI) ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTEHN It. It.
On nnd after Monday, April 24th, 1S72
trains will run as follows:
TIUIM OOINO HU'llltllT,
Lete Vlrcinm G:ln a. m l:3Jp.m.
" SprlnRlielil. UiO " 3:ou "
,' lnlorllle 10 6 6. 0
Arrive Rt i'niin 11.10 " 6.17 "
I.entc Puni 4. n. in 3 M h. m
" Tmlormlle 4.40 " 4.0 "
Arrive ntHprintieil...6.H " O.c.j '
Leave fjrincflplil n.S ' o 10 "
Armenl VIikuuh 8.5 " S.16 "
S O U T II K It N DIVISION.
TDAIH GOINO rOVTIICtKT,
I.i-nve KiIkwooiI 6.30 n. in.. ll'.tO
' Horn l.5 " II. iv
Arrive et .Slinvrnret'n .:U " 6 16
S A M WILSON,
i" it o v i s i o n a : t c.
II Y LAND & SAUER,
AND DEAI.KltS IN
CHOICE FRESH fEATS
OF EVERY DESCItll'.' JON,
Corner 10th street and Commercial nvcniu
iiext door to the Hylniid miIoou.
11-10 If. CAIHO. ILLS.
Ekhitii Stiikkt, Hktween Wabiunoior
and co.msikiicial a vk.vuk.",
Aitloliilnie III 'CenlioiiMe mill Ilauuy'ii
Kenii the tct or Heel, Pork, Mutton Venl.
I.mnli, SiUfAKe, eta., -mlnrn prcpftreil to Krvu
cnixeai. m inu mi arceiunniH mnDner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
liurcitEit and Dkai.kr in all Kinds oi
COUNEIt NlNCTKNTH AND l'OI'LAIt STl3.,
liuys and slaughter' only the ho't cattle
Iiokh and idiccp, and Is prepared to till any
demand lor lieh meats from one pound to
ten thoiiiaiul pound'.
CAIRO CITY COAL
prpi'n I to hupIv ouiDmflr
Irioi-derlo make room for their Sl'ftlNO
OOLDSTINE & ROSE-WATER
Have detsrmlncd to otltT their
ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND
ACTUAL COST PRICE !
J he .Stock Is complete fnnll departments
and the Aiinotiiieemcnt li made In Good
Faith. Now h thu time to get
In all kind, of
The people are united to call at GOLD
riTINi: A IlOsUN WATER'S aud
HIOjyCE TBADE !
J. C. II U ELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDKIt AND HLANK HOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Me
RLA.N'K ROOK'S or nverv (lcvriptlnn done
with neatness and dlpatch. All Mini, of
ruling done at .hort notice . Iiihles .Mii-le,
.MaL'uzlnes and l'erlodlcals bound neat ami
at thelowc.-t po"lhlo rates
County work, such us Records, Docket.-,
Fee Rooks Wanki. etc.. made a Ipeeiallty
Roxes Pocket Rook., Envelopes etc.,
made to order 11-vil tf.
T O Y S, - O T I O N S,
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Hallldav Drop, olllco. 7
onto lkvhi:. or at the Coal Yard below tho
St. CharleH lintel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tug "Montauk" will luiug coal
aiongHido lo stuamerH at any liour.
l'ARKER k HLAK.K,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
I't.tl)', lleiizliie, (limoltue,
' W X 1SV XD O "W QLA33.
And th eclehrntecl illunilnntlng
imOH4'VUII.MNt COP ilTII BT. 4 COM
Caiiio .... Ilinoib.
II. T. (JEROUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
na Kilter's nnil IMnmt.nr'n mntorul, Wood
puinr , Klnl,o r.n'l kokIo tIv., stop
cocks, cheek :il vco , eti:.
Tult IlrollicrN I'ulent Irjr IJn Sieter
Auil lliireiioune, 'U 4 CV Automtlo WMoi
Ir.JIcntor und liupply VkItb forDtcnrn t-ollr.
ivtkh'h iit.ook. (iniiKi!H!,.vKvi'
company. A yer ago tho scheme was oi
posed und even ridiculed by cwigrot, lut ' f lllt) tUU' cnteicd niam tho dU-
timo and persovoranco has brought succcu
to a certain extant, to its inventor. Tho
hill Incorporating tlm company was paiod
ly tho United Sutoj i0ale oll ti10 jctb
instant nnd signed by Uio prosldont on
tho 2J. Tha plan of tho aerial telc!;nipli
It a hovolty, and Is thus duicriLod :
Tho plan of Dr. Loomis, Iho Inventor,
Is lo tolejiruph from a high peak of tlm
ltocky Mountains to tho hi ;hest uttnld.
bio peak of tho Alp, at which point- a
towr Is lo ba erecUd, oa tho top of which
ciiare," ol tlm ilutios ot (aid olllee. Tho
undorinod aro cutiu allied to regard l ho
net and resolution of thU huiue aforeiaid,
which, to tho extent of lu authority in
that b!ilf, lias elected tho governor of
tliu slata during tho purlud for which hu
wus elected to that olllco to another ofllco
to ho contrary to tho plain Unguuno and
subversion of tho spirit of tho constltu.
lion of this Hate, and not Justilled by any
of tho woll-dellmd principlen of our form
of constitutional republican government.
i omippornnu opinion which thoy havo
cxpic.ied that the, election of tho rovom
or of thu stato by Iho general us.ombly to
another olllce, within tho period for which
K A NCY (J O O D S.
MISS M. .1. CAIiHON
Wl-hen lo call utlenllon to her toel; of Tovs,
Nnlliuis and I 'alley Gooil. mul Maple Aril-
eie eon.iiiny oi ijoiik hi creui arlety,
Ladle' Woik-tioxe. ol line (iii.illly. Writ I III.'
Ieks Clilldien'i. Di.lu, lo Wiitfous Doll
llilL'fle, Hobby llor-es, I'ln'u SilNer-pklted
Wale on Mikel .sllvrr, Fine Tuhle-knlte.,
lin.ipklu Rlie.'s Chlii.i Vu-cs an i
leetloii of ( heap .luweln . ,l-n linn
'all llclN. I'letuiVK ami I'lelu're 1'r.nn,.. i,.i
many odier iirlielei- loo iiiiiuei'iiux to nun.
linn. All ale Invited lo call. No. 1W1 (,'i,ni.
luerel il uM'iiue, between Ninth and Tenth
l'or Sulu at
No. 104 COMMEItCIAI. AVKNUK,
Freueh, Seoteli and American cavjmeros
of all colon, and beaver and broad clothi
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up in'tho
And at the lowest pileo. A line lit and first
elan work (.'iiaraiitued. Satisfaction in ey
SI 000 JN ONE WEEK.
To any hiewd man who can do Ini.ino,
on tho iilet, I giiaiauteo an Immeii'c For.
times i'ully, rapidly, and ill pcil'eet snfuty,
Addresn in Jicileet colilldeuee,
West Fourth street, Now York.
J2-20 w am.
WOOD I WOOD I I WOUDII
TbeumicralKneil will furnlh
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Chnip.ll not 'lu-Mier
had any wood dealer In Culro. I.eavo order
on tho hlatcH at tho l'oitollleo mid at Rns
coal yard, on Coimnerelal avenue, betweeii
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo, llllnol. i
Klvo good mcuiiiiro and will cord tho wood
up if iloHircd.
ttUKlO-tr DENNIS HALEV,
Our Homo Advortisors.
:0 W WISSWIQlt AND rOKWABDINO.
Homo Advertisements. '
IfOltWARDlNO aui COJ1MIS3ION
.Tt li tt I' II A N 'I'M.
DEALERS IN F OUR ;
AdiI AKcti el
MHO KtVKK ANIi KAKAWn A
70 Ohio Lkvkk.
1. li. MATIIUeD.. K. O.UI1I
MATIIUSS 1c UIIL,
Commissi on M e u c h ants
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
rsiniiK i i.i i k.
J. M. PHILLIPS .t CO.,
(Hnccettor to Y.. It Hdidrico Co.)
Forwarding and Com mission
yt Literal Arltneerneul rn.l ff
SS upon Conlonient. JSZV
Ar jireinrrd lo rcceife, itorn and !orwM
freuhti' to til oint uml Uij t, J
c 11 on comnil.MioD.
Wllmlnen" mtenild lo i.romptlT.
.i. D. AYltlto. E. J. AVEim
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lever, Caiko, Illb.
li. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND I'KALKH I.V
J3UT, OATS, CORM
AND MILL FEED.
JOHN li. PHLLIS & SON,
Huwemiora to John II. I'hillu.l
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cok. TENTIl-ST. ami OHIO LEYK
COUNEIt 32U-HTREUT AND OHIO LEVI
(i. M. A L D E N,
I.atc of Thomas v. Aldeii,
a x li
FI.OUR, -MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, .ve.
Nti, 13.1 Ohio I.uvki:, Caiko.
tTCah udvunceH on OooiU on klyht.
RiiPKitKNCKH s Oily National ll.ink ol
Cairo, rim -National liaiilt oi unicago.
P. G. Schuh.
( t a
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NEW LIVERY STABLE
11ETVTEEN WAHH'N AVSKUK AKD WALNU1
Ur. li. Y. Kloliia Inform tno public thit he hu
LIVE R V S T A H L li,
on tlm nortlmc-tt tiilo of lnlh Mri-et m rnunp
Ilia H'hMo trill hn fufnllii"l with ronn l.nt tho
AND CiOOD VF.HI0LE.S.
and the piililloniay he aecoriimodateil at al
hour of the day and night with eule team
on the lovct tcrni!.
Dr. Field" m-kBii hliaro of puhlicpatronaL'e
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
und strict attention to hu.il
IDLE WILD MILLS
ST RAM DRIED
AlwajH on hand, and at tlio lowest maiko
price. AUo a good artlelo of
Vrrj' cheap. I.oavo orders at HAI.l.IDAY
HltOTlIKftrf. or apply at tho mill.
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDIN O M KROH ANTfJ,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, ITay, etc.,
AGENTS xon FAIRRANK'S SOALKH
Ohio I.cvco. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOIJHK & RRO.
Uoncral ComuuRHion Meroliiinta
133 OHIO LEVEE,
RE.MLS, I5ROAVN k CO.,
Aciknts HoJin Cotton Mh.i.3
NO. 60 Ohio l.cvce, Cairo. UU.
On Cominorilal avonuo, btwoen Twelltli
uud Thlitoenth itreets.
OUF-ijTS WII-I.F1ND OOODROOMa AND
TUB VKUV 11KMT 01" UKDS
.A.O.-' THIS HOTJSB:
Trautlent ratronago Solicited.
' Mu. KtLEN McCartov, Propr.