Newspaper Page Text
., !. . .'I T '
I . '
T ' ' I
oyjrioai, BTTiiiiDOTiasr BTrxximxasra-, ooe. isth stkubt a.itx3 WA.sEcxira-'roasr A."V3C3srxrB.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
THE PROGRESS OF THE HOUSE
WITH THE Al'PKOI'lUA
OP TUB SENATOR VOltK'8
SUIT BEOUOHT TO RECOVF.U IT
in tboobe-s or cokcm?.
WAsitnreioir; Feb. 21. The appropri
ation billi. it i cooc-dod, are lo Mr wy
to be pastel, and can be finished in three
dy. The flshery bill paued both
bout, aadlHt Utah Mil paued tho ten-
at last night. Tbe bom can diipotod
of it la a (lay, and their builn.cn will be
finished by Tuesday. The moil iroporunt
measure to go over will bo the Louisiana
matter, and a tba president bit already
notified congret what action ha will tiled
In regard thereto, no eflort will bo mado
toward Milling Ilia trouble in that stale.
that rtes tuoubard poll am.
Jno. D. Page, banker at Independence,
Kama, fur whom ScnalorPomeroy tnskc
oath that the $7,000 produced by lor It
in the Kansas legislature- waa Intended,
entered auil In the supreme court tbla
moraine far the tccoTery ot .the money
The court iuued a writ of replevin egalntt
Senator York, and Querin chairman of
tba Sanaa Investigating commitle.
WUEBE J IT.
J. B. French, tergeant-jit-armt of the
United tatet senate, lay U b nolknown
where tba $7,000 it. Mr. Ouerin elated
that tba aaoaay had been aent bare by tba
lata treasurer of Kansas, Lut it we not
produced on the witness ttand, and it is
believed tnat the authorities of Kansas did
not (end it Cor tear of Sis bain; replev
AXltS A.XD BBOOE
"While the kouM was voting- on the
resolution to lay the wholo Crrdlt Mo.
bllier matter on Iba table, Brook beld bis
bead down., apparently absorbed in read
log. Am eat in one of the front seal
leaning bis bead on his band, apparently
following the rote attentively. A boquet
lav on the desk before him. The vole was
taken In perfect silence, with solemn still
aee pervading lbs ball, to that response
were distinctly beard. Member' soils
were all filled, and the galleries w
ban, Brook, Dawes, Kelly and Scofield
did not vote.
Mr. r-'argent offered a subsllluto for the
resolution of expulsion, to tbo effect that,
a gravo doubt exist as to the right of the
botlso to oxpol member lor act commit
ted Ave yean ago, that the oommitto be
discharged froth further duty on the tub.
ject, and that tho house condemns the con
duct of Messrs Ames and Brooks.
The tpeaker ruled that the question
would first come on the .latter part of tbo
substitute, condoming Ante and Brooks.
The votoon this was: Aye 16, nay 110.
Thtt part expressing doubt as to tho juris
I let ion of the bouse for past conduct of
. .. - . .
members wa rrjecUd!, Ill to 131. Tbe
part to discharge Poland' committee we
ri-jocted: 101 to 114.
Th(s allow an opportunity to offer a
revolution censuring nraberblber than.
Brooks and Ames, who were Interested in
Tno question then recurred on the first
resolution of the substitute, which con
demns tho conduct of Ames. Tbe volo
tood: Ayes 101, nay 30. On this rcso
lulion Drook voted in the negative. On
tlio'resolullon condemning the conduct of
Brooks, tho vote stood : 174 eyes, 82 niys
GOV. If BNPRICKS SERIOUSLY
INJURED By A FALL.
GREAT LOSS OP LIFE Bl A
FIRE IN BOSTON.
TION IN NEW ORLEANS.
AREA OF SIX
TWO HUNDRED FAMILIES LEFT
FIVE WOMEN BURNED TO DEATH
Nothing but passenger train rua and they
aro badly "delayed by tho hoavy drifts,
whllootbcr reads have uipndd travel
altogether. Tbe storm and wind still con
tinue In Minnesota and northern low,
drifting (now fearfully, which cannot be
cleared till the wind go down.
St. Louis, Feb. 27. Tbe St. Louis and
Keokuk, tho Northwestern Union and the
Nortborn Line Packet companies, which
hve been running iteamcr in the upper
Mississippi for a number of yea' past
have consolidated, and will form anew
company noxtwfceb, wlth a' capital ttcck
or $700,000. Each, company will tub
tcrlbo slock to tbe amount of property put
lo. John 3. McCone of tbla city, formr
president of the Keokuk line, will be
president, and Wm. F. Davidson, former
president of tbe Northwestern Union lino,
general superintendent. Steamers will run
dally between hero and St. Paul, and in
direct competition with railroads.
Uosuos, Eeb. '11. KoporU are current
of a heavy embezzlement from tbe !eco.
moro National bank, East Cambridge, con
sistlngof United States and other bonds
New Tonic. Feb. 27. lion. Simon
Brown, editor New England Farmer, died
Wiani!OTOir..Fb. 87. Probabilities
On Frldsv baromtcr continue lowest in
Now England with northeast winds in tbe
mnrnlnr. hacktnr to northwest by eve-
nine and cloudy weather continuo with
not.lblv snow. For Middle tUtot rising
barometer, westerly winds, falling tem
peraturo and clearing wcater. For South
AtLntIc and Eastern Gulf states clear and
cold weather. From Gulf state north-
wrd te tho lake fresh and brisk north
erly winds and generally cloudy weather.
ChUtlonarv lKnaI continue at Sliming
ton, Norfolk, Capo May, New York and
hu t'uul .i
Leavmitvorth . .. .
Little llock ,
STORM IN THE NORTH.
WAHiaOTO, Fab. 37. Senator Logan
presented the credential of Richard J
Uglby, senator elect from Illinois.
Tbe calendar being the regular order,
Senator Carpenter moved to lay the cat
endar on tbe table for tbe purpose ot tak
ing up the bill reported trom the commit
tee oo privilege and elections, providing
for a new election in Louisiana. It was
absolutely necessary, be said, that tbl
should be acted upon in order to avert
bloodshed which was shown to be Iratni
Bent in Louisiana.
'Senator Morton and Sherman also
urged Immediate action upon the bi'l, and'
It wa taken up.
Senator QUI offered a substitute em
bodying hi view, in favor of forming
legislature out of tbo legally elected mem'
bark of both bodies, now claiming to be
member of the legislature, and that tbey
have power to authorize this new legl.la
tuf e, so formed, to count tbo riturnt of th
Sale election, and declaro who 1 legally
elected state officers.
Senator Carpenter addressed tbo senate
in support of tbe bill reported by tbe ma
jority of tho committee.
The house reassembled at 10 o'clock.
Mr. B;rd movod the powor of expulsion,
Mr. Uolman took; similar grounds, and
regarded tbl a,tbo first great contest be
tween the government, representatives
Mr. Townsend dcclsrcd against the
right of expuUlon. The remedy for tbl
immorality cannot be found in expulsion.
Mr. Wood "differed omewht from
oither side on the question of Jurisdiction,
He thought the committee oxceoded It
authority, and their report did not justify
expulsion. Am wa tbe chosen victim
because be told tbo truth, and turned
state evidence. Mr. Brooks, be argued,
could not be comprehended within the
scopopf tbo Jurisdiction of tbe commit
tee. Mr. Potter favored lome form of con
demnation, but thought expulsion a dan
Mr. Speero thought the bouse could ex
pel for offenses committed before tne ciec
tlon, and wm for.the expulsion of Brooks.
He believed DaweT and Scofield were in
accent, but thought Kelly andGarfltld
New Orleax. Feb. 37. A fire in the
Third district this afternoon destroyed
nearly 0 squars, bounded by St. Cloud,
Dauphin and Maudeville streets, and
Washington avenue. About
two ucsdbed house
And their content were consumed. The
building were mostly small, frame dwel
Was also destroyed. The scarcity of
water prevented the fire department from
doing effective service.
A. niOH WIND
Prevailed. Lou $250,000. Insurance un
known. About 300 families left bomelefs.
ACCIDENT TO GOV. HEKDEICKS.
iNDUNAroLls, Imp., Feb. 27. Early
this morning a Gov. Hendricks was com
ing out of bl residence, be dipped and
fell, striking bis bead on tbe done step,
with such force a to inflict Injuries which
will incapacitate Dim iron business for a
few days. He is resting quietly, and hli
pbyslcans anticipate no serious result.
TUK IIVM LOST.
Rostov, Feb. 7i Geo. A. Saramelfs
mattress factory, corner Hanover and
Rlackstone street, burned thi morning
A large number of girls were at work at
the time. Mary Moore jumped from tbe
third story window and received probably
latal injuries. Tbe walls fell about an
hour after tho fire broke out.
SEVERAL flBEMEK W EBE KILLED,
Including R. B. Stowell, Jas. Shericks,
and Janus Price, Jr.
C. H. Scott, O. L, Wood, Cbas. A. Scott,
Thomas Merritt, Cbales Ingersoll, Wil
liam LeCaln, and another Injured. It is
feared a number more are under the ruins.
Tbe firemen aro removing tho debris.
Latest report from the Hanover street
fire say that Mary Babb and Lizzie Hinks,
two girls employed, are missing and prob
ably were buried In tho ruin. A fireman
named Hay 1 also missing. Two fire
men wore killed outrlgbt,and two supposed
o be fatally wounded.
TWELVE MORI ARC UUSINO.
The pecuniary lost U'not known but is
probably $000,000, mostly (nsurod. Tbe
walls of tbe building were a mere
sham, pieced out of old and new material.
The three upper itoris bad been built en
tbo lower portion, with eight Inch wail.
The toppling of tbe upper wall threw
ladder wbicb were filled with firemen,
outward, dashing tbem to death and terri
TIVB WOMXN BURNED TO DEATH, t
New York, Feb. 27. A London dis
patch lay a lamentable loss bl life occur
red In Liverpool yesterday, a fire broke
! out lo the packing-room of a eeed and rye
Nbw York, Feb. 37. Money
durine creatar part of day; rate
and interest to 6 3-Ct and interest relaxed
but at S o'clock rate declined, closing
tMr annum. Blerlinc beavv, 6iM. Gold
declined from 141 lo U closed UJUJ
Loans 7 per cent., at 3-t54 for carrying,
ClearincK 75.000.000. Government
awards. 1,WX,000. Governments slightly
easier and active. Railroad bonds mod
erately active. Stocks excited through
tho day with wide fluctuations
Coupons of '81 18; 6.20s of '62 15J; of
04 lo; ol Ca lo; now oi w hj; oi oi ioj,
coupons of 'b8 IOJ; new 6s 13; 10-40. 11;
currency Ci 14.
ltlio and Fall oi the River
For 24 hour ending 3 p. m., Feb. 37, 1873.
THE TWENTY-EIGIITII GENER
merchant. In tbe room'' adjoining seven
women were employed, two of whom e-
St. Louid, Feb. 27. Flour dull and
weak; concussion necessary to make a sale.
Wheat unchanged. Corn easier, No
mixed 3333f Oat dull and lower, No
3 mixud iTc Barley dull; No 3 spridg
Ouc. Rye dull and lower; No 3 C304c
l,rk firm $13 75U; dry salt meats .titf;
order lot shouluurs 65)q clear rib 7c;
aides 71c: clear no end clear sides
seller March; Quincy 6j5Jc; clear rib
6lq clear tluus Ujc. ummu iteaay anu
Urm; shoulder to clear rib 8c, clear tides
8Ji-, bam li13Jo. Lard irregular,
prime steam to unolue kettle; leal 717Jc.
Whiskevdull 88lc. Cattle inactivo and
weak; fair to choice native beeves $4 2S
5 60; fo-der a oo. uog vArt-,
mi-slly $t 70; receipl 1,600.
New York, Feb. 27. Flour ldy,
imariiiur weste-n S6 BOffiO; common to
itood $0 fiu7 60; eond to choice 7 6&8
white wheal X f8 60l 05. WbUkey
dull Ola Wheal dull, No 3 spring $1 61
1 50: amber weeturn $1 9).. Uorn
ull. old mixed western 73cnU5c; new
riutern tiOfnWoc. Unit ncuvo ana uru
new mixed western &061c; old In store
file. Coffee tronc. rlo HGi'lOlo. Sugar
Muilv and atruim fciffiOlo. Molaiies un-
eh.mied. Pork firm, mest $16 lim
it 35; prime f U 86. Beef unchanged.
Cut meats oulut. shoulder 8c spot March;
mtdJIes ouiet 7if3l74c: short rib Be; do
March Use. Lard weak, western 61c; ket
tle Rirxa 11-16.
CaicAOo, Feb. 37.-Flour dull. "Wheat
.i..di; No 1 (DrinK $1 25l 28; No 2
ci ib'V cash ot March; No 8 $1 001. Corn
steady; No 3 mixed csh or March. Oat
i,..rn; No 3 251c cash. Rye icarce and
firm; No i 64.. Barley dull; No 2 tall
ftoasQlc: No 3 67ffftC2c Moss pork told
at f 13 10 March; 4i8 75 May. Lard ol
fered at 8c. Bulk meats firm; shoulders
loose, 3c: S B packed CI7c. Whiskey
Memphis, Feb. 37, Cotton dull and
lower, Eood oidlnarp, 17); low midline,
18t(a)18; receipt $21 46; shipments 0 20;
stock 34 00. Flour quiet and uncnaliged
Uorn meal auM and lower, at 3 10c. Corn
In fair demand, and hleher at 6IM3c.
Oat scarce and firm, at 60o. Hay steady,
at 28ft.S2c. Bran quiet, at I 'ill 22,
flulk moats (toady, (boulder C); clear
rib 71c. Lard quiet and unchanged.
New Orleans, Fb. 27. Corn firmer;
.l.li. OBr: vellow 70c. Bran tl IbYall 20.
YUv firmer: mime $2a; choice $30Vo32.
D S meat firmer, C7 J7 Jc. Bacon 7
881c; olber unclianued. Sterling 24j;
licht i premium: gom to. uoiton supply
fair ana emana souin, kou uruiniri
17r, low middling 18); middling 19Jc
mluanng urieaos ivo.
At a reliriout aalherina: in GhlciEO a
few year since, one of the speaker was
th venerable RV. fir. Gondell. Broken
In mind ana boay, nut animatea oy tne
tne agea ciergtman aw:
DAVID W. HARNETT.
ubucrvor Sig. Ser. U. H. A.
EvansVILLE. Fob. 27. G ear, cold and
hlnh wind blowinc. River ha fallen 16
Inches. Morcury 25 to 32. Up: Excbanue.
Fayeite, Arkansas lielle and Peylona
with tbo hargo Parker. Business dull.and
Sr, Louts, FK 27 Arrived: Pauline
Carroll, Now Orleans; Uello Mompnls,
Mempblr; Colorado. Yivksbiire. Do-
parted: City of Vloksburg, Vlcksburg;
City of Chester and Mountnineer, Mem
phis. Klver falling. Weather ctoar, cold
MEurnis, Fob. 27. Clear and cool.
River rising slowly. Arrived: Potomac,
Alaska, Cincinnati; John B Mud. New
Orleats Departed: Mary Allco and
barges, Clarksville: Welt Wind, Arkansas
rlvrt Cleburne, Whlto rlvor.
LiOtsriLLE Feb 27. River fall insr; 11
fret Urge In tbe canal; 0 feet In tho chi te.
t Iou-ly, cold and windy. Mercurv 25 to
88. Business good and rates firm. Ar
r ved : Charmer and Probasco from Cin-
Innatl. Departed Charmer, Evansville;
Probasco. Memphis; John Moans. -St.
Lou I j. Tbe Diamond which Uft for Mem
phis night before last, In attempting to
InnJ near tbe mouth nf knob creek, below
this cltv, broke ber wheel badly and sunk
nne of ber coal burgee. She returned to
New Albany to have her wheel repaired.
There Is now over two million bushel of
coal moored below tbe fal's dettlned for
the lower markets. John Dephoe and
Hercules for Cairo; Coal C.ty forSSn
pWs, and Grand Lake, No 2, for New
Orleans, are already to leave and waiting
for the wind to subside; prnbtbly will g
off to-night. A nnr' ujoat due rave
been delayed by .'J7 aYrd.'
New 6 liaxs 'Feb 27. Arrived
Richmond and John F Toole from 8'.
Louis. Departed: Iron Mount! and
barge for Pittsburg; Susie bltve-.
"Weather clear and warm.
ViccBuaa. Feb. 27. Dow: Com
monwenltb. Future Citv and tow; All
eheny Belle No 4 and barge, and Fannie
Lewi. Up: City of Alton and Mary
MrDonaM "Weitbr clsxr and cool.
PiTTBURO, Feb. 37. Vonongabala
about ststionary; S fort 0 lm has. Mer
curv 34 atft'p'm. Arrived: Meangr,
Si.Loiils. Nodepartura. Carrie Brook
will depart foe Wheeling to-mirrnw.
Very small quantity of ice tur.nlnj in tbo
Nartilt:1!. Feb. 27. Th Cumberland
river baa fallan 2 feet Un Inches in the
part 24 hours. Plenty of water for all
tenmera Weather clear end roll. Ar
rived. Tyrone, Catao. Departed: Ty
CiNCixWATr. Feb. 27. Klver twenty-
six feet and fall Inc. Arrived Arling
ton, Memphis. Departed: Mary Davaee,
for Fittawirg. y earner ciear. Anr-
At'lyM? twelve Poland A Ped Theotber five, . consequence ?t ffiffitS
thedeeeU'iR 'suppoH e'f the rttol'utlons
expelling Ames and Brooks freia,, tbe
house, when Farnwor.b moved to lay the
whet subject on the table, and on'lbls tbe
yeM aWiay wate or4ered, ard retulted
terror, rushed toward tbe packlne-rbom
and ware suffoeatd and burned to'death.
- astoir tori.
Dubwoub, Iowa, Feb, 37, The dorm
of yesterday hat ssrloutly Interfered wilb
railroad trityej or two or three roadt. 1
ttopplnc nn my way to aueno mi meet
ing In Ohlrtso." Here voice from the
multitude was heard by elli "Oblcago I
not on tnat roau." a no enecs wa eiec-
.iai. especially uron tbe poor old tntl.
man. who was so confuted that) be could
say no mure( auu wa vmku,m; at uvwb
Mr. Pomoroy't new title the
of York. f Lowell Courier.
Rov. Welcome Jidner of Albany,
does a large mrrying business.
Ulo null thinks mere It not sumcient
uttention paid to him.
Oliver Wendell Holmes. Jr- is en
gaged upon a new edition of Kent's com
Gen. Sberldsn intimate that he will
nut a bead on tne Individual woo next
says he is engaged.
Tbe Hon. Wm. J. O'Brien, of Mary
land, will be tbo happiest man in tbe
next houso of representatives. Ho is
Tbe Dowager Lady Brldeeport, niece
of Lord No on, and tbe only surviving
child of William, first JEarl Nelson, died
recently in London.
Tne property oi nev. yvyan n ,
Movlo. who is now on trial at tbn Yirk
Assizes, England, on a charge of forgery
was sold at auction recently.
Wl am Oul on Bryant. Arcnoisnop
Bailey and Father Uecker are among the
notable who have gone to Florida to es
cape the trying spring season.
Mr. unoeri na oegun prui-aauiusa
gainst tho Pull Mall 'Gaxette' for pub-
Milling a letter commenting fbvcicij
bis new play "Tho Wicked World."
The paragrapn announcing a relation
ship between General Dire wilo ana
Siokes Is pronounced to be Incorrect by
tnose wno ar supposes to uu,
Governor rcrnanoi awne, uou nm
believe tbe report that be will be tendered
thanfflna nf commissioner of pensions, and
ho would not resign bis present position
to accept it If it wore onerea mm.
llarnn iiusman is in uonstauiiui'f -,
negotiating, It 1 ald, with tbe Turkish
government tbe term of a loan which tho
Vorte Is anxiout to procure through the
rrencu vreuii aioumer. -
Kr. United mates Allornov uenerni
flnnad defend the iurv svstum. He is
convinced that the periodical outcry
u..-li,it tha avslem is not well erounuuu,
and that no othor human tribunal belter
i . i r
servos tne eiiua ui jnvv.
W. J. Hennessey, tne woii-bdowh
American artist. I receivlnK warm recog
nltlon from London critics. He b made
rapid progre witmn tne iav two y.
-Ja ,ij iru itovl Academy picture be
fore it wa exhibited. Furthermore, the
Willi UKUrCl Kw MlMWia w-...---------
71 ih-.Iln of this veer's exhibition
picture, whlcn, or course, ai tnat
(lumoeiii'K " -v. . i
-Mr. H. H. Blgelow of Worcester,
MessachuutU, I going to put In operation
at tbe Vienna exhlbllten a model Yankee
shoe factory; oolng "all the tP of the
work bv mchln,?y, and turning mt'
flp.bedhoo In (even minute. "What
tn mrtm Kurnneant will doubt.
leMbe toleaTiithat thete mep-rflrlnute.
maehlne-madd product require protective
in umiuts In American mar
kets with ttto more laborious ware of for-
Hiieclal DUpatclt to the Missouri Republi
can,) SraiMoriELD, 111., Feb. 28. Most of
the tnoruiug session In the senate was
taken up in the consiJoratlon of bill 131,
an act to establish savings banks. No
Important amundment were otfered, nev-
eitnoless mucn aiscussion louoweu tnn
several amendment propvted, In which a
majority of the senator present iook
a part. In tho house, bill 3Ut, to nmona
tho jury law, uccupiea ovor an noura nt
tomioii in commilloe ot tbo whole. The
discussion of amendment wa tho only
thing done. No declssion In reference to
them being obtained, tho commllteo rote
and asked leave to sit again.
Was called to order by Senator Reynolds,
and tbo reading ol tbo minutes, on mo.
tlon, dispensed with.
The followtne petition were offered
and appropriately roUrred :
By Mr. Waite : petition from Messrs. J,
Tounir rJciaamon. E. W. Blatcbford and E.
B. McCogg, asking that the (tale donate
to Iho Academy of Selene ot Chicago, it
Hiinll.-mto peulimical snev'imens. W
trust that the committee will report it
back racominendimr that the pruyer of
the natltloners bo crantod. a in the dang
phrase of that section tbero i nothing
Chicago need more than "rocks." lly
Mr. Casey ; petition from the officer of
Wabasn county asaing to oo auai-nru w
tbe twentyflitb judicial circuit. By tbe
same : in regard to tbe school law. By
Mr. Patterson ; petition against tbo re-
pa al or moJIUcatlon or liquor law.
hills un becokd reap na.
Tbo rugular order of hutineas being tbe
consideration of bills on second reading,
section by section, the following bills wuro
road the second time and ordered en
grossed for a third reading: Senate bill
134, an act to amend the law In rogard. to
jusilce of the poaco, police magistrate
and constables. A number oi amend
ment were submitted and adopted and
tho above order made. By unanimous
consent Mr. liurn called up for consider
ation senate bill 117, aa actio legalize the
extension of taxes in certain cases no ref
erence to those in tho general assembly.
The bill wa put ra it passage, ayo 35,
noes 2. Senate bill 131, an act to estab
lish savings bonks. During Ilia considera
tion of this bill. Mr. Caaty moved tbe
postponement of tbe special order In ref
erence to the minority represenUtion, as
signed for tbl evening, until Wednesday,
next week, earn hour, which wa carried.
Tbe consideration of bill No. 131 was re
turned. A large number or amendments
were offered, and but a limited number
adopted, not changing tho original bill rua
torially. Tbe ayes and noes were called upon tbe
disposition ot tbe bill, and It wa ordmed
enur -ssed and to a third reading ayes 22,
Senate then ndourned.
Mr. Moore of Adams askod that scnalo
km In relation to aBDolntment of collec
tors in tbe cliy or qulney be raa a teconu
limo. Dill wa read anu oruorcu tu
Mr. Mooro of Marihall made a personal
explanation In regard to errors in on
.,r.tarl hill 19. Ho was crleved at the
unjust and Incorrect" statement that bad
been made in tbe papors, "concerning the
arrora discovered." Ho was entirely in
nocentof their existence until a printed
had bean compared with tbo on-
.,,r...i hill, and hoDed that the fntelll
nt. discriminating and Influential
Journals aforesaid would take the trouble
to roliave tbe public mind of an'arroncous
improssion that they might entertain from
the perusal of the aforementioned reports,
r . t. III... at...l ..A
concern ng nis roiponu.nivj iur wt nu-
mission in the Dill. Ano puouo win pieaae
The consideration of tho 'buncombo''
resolution of tho Hon. Mr. Rounlreo, In
'relation to the national currency, which
be earnestly desired to render "H-xibie,
from the selfish purpose, no doubt, of se
curing a "lartter volume" for bis privato
pocket, was indefinitely postponed. Ha
will probably Introduce, at an early day a
resolution Instructing congress to legislate
him into some notoriety that will glvo
him a "national currency" and circula
tion. BILL OBT tECOXD READINO.
The following billi were considered by
section, ordered engrossed and to a third
tea ling: House bill 116, relating to ju
ries; bouse bill 120, in relation to adoption
of minors; bill 1 06, authorising five-sixth
of ajury to render a verdict; bill 320, in
relation to decrees; bill 3u4, to amend
jury law. Tba bouse went into a com
mittee of tbo wbolo to consider the bill,
Mr. Hart in the chair. An hour was oc
cupiud in discussion of amendments, rose
and asked leave to sit again, which leavo
wa obiained. The bill to abolish capital
niinUhintnt wa Indefinitely postponed
like lu.tice in New York in individual
case by a vote of 50 to 43.
COMM ttx HriiuT. pro.
On nrintlnir rannrted favorably on
posod new rule In relation to distribution
of bills, tbe text of which was given in
yetterda' KepuDiican. ado resolution
The oommltteo on state Institution re
considered their determination lo visit
.Wksonvillo to-day. and obtained leave
from the bouse to go to-morrow.
UOUE PILL IV.
In relation to tbe levy and collection of
taxes in cities and villages for 1872, wa
ordered n -engrossed. Tbo bill wa what
caused Mr. Moore mis morning to nso to
a narsonal explanation.
i " -.11 A.... .mill an
ABC BDUVO aujwuruvu um mmhi vu
The continued absence of President
Early continues tbe good-looking cbap
from Cook in the chair. This It presumed
by tbe Inltlatod to be an excellent stroke
of policy, and one in wnicn tne senator
from oangaman is partiuuianjr mwrtiw i.
lly keeping the tenator in the chair tbe
date tecuret bit tenatorlaltervlco, which
otherwise would be exclusively given to
the fair constituents of tbe senator from
Sangaman. Tbe house, desiring to place
themselves on record a virtuously op
noaed to tbe use of "the horrid weed, es
tablished a rule tometime ago prohibiting
araoklns? In the hall of representatives In
and out nf session. For a time tbl wa
rla-ldlv and consistently observed, tbe tor
geent-at-erm notifying lobbyist or any
nfTndlnr member, that tbe obnoxious
cigar mutt be oeposiiea in tne urst run
venienl raoeptacle without delay, tbe re
ceptacle invariably owng a large apitionn
itiiitMl erv convanlanilv near the desks
of the antl tobacconlst. But eveB am-
k.ea of the lllliei bouse are i hu
man aad uljKt Ilk. oiTt
-ur to - totitatloa ' ' (M
atslstanco of Havana In procuring fav
orable legislation ba all along rebelled
against tbl "protective" edict, and yes to
day, following tbo lengthened and weary
debate on tbo municipal taxation 111',
tbey choso the opportunity when the
nervous system ol members were in con
diiion peculiarly unfavorable to resls',
and plied their argumontt and clears in
tuch profuso generosity that in half an
hour subsequent tne tmoko or tbe irtgrant
leal ascenaea nao incenso around tbo por
trait of Washington, Lincoln and D.iug
las, and obscured the dust freotd celling
from the rural members, to whom tho
dusky cerelean typified tho heaven to
which by the grave of bl honest and
saintly constituent tbo average legislator
expects sometime to visit. The sorgoant-at-arms
wa considerately choked and
wafted out of tho tempi of debate upon
tbe perfumod wave of smoke.
SPEAKER CULLOU'S RECEPTION
Was largely attended, both houses being
well rprentd. By some it ha been
construed a intended fur something more
than e mem retention, at which memLers.
lirodof the routine of duty, regaled tbe
pluasant hours in consideration of tho
more fascinating subject ot I eauty. Tbe
severul candidates tor the railroad and
Warehouse commisionorblp would hero
nave an opportunity to rorm tne acquain
tance of members and sandwich their deli
cate bints between the moro delicate
smiles of the fairer allies. Tho sulloct
was undoubtedly discussed, but nothing of
"lobbying wa done save tnat uj tne la
dies to tecuro the attention of the now act
president of the senato. Tho affair wa
altogether enjoyable and pleasant, danc
inir contributing it quota until a late
hour, svull-siddon give elocutionary
lessons to those members who attend ber
reading announced for rriday nigbl.
Tho governor preserves his former re
ticence reaardliic tho appointment he
will mako for tne position, it is mouem
possible that ho may wait until a bill I
reported amending tbe present railway
law botnre presenting the name or any
appointee lo tbo senate.
The day I dull and gloomy, with fre-
nnent showers af rain.
1 . , -i j i
the senate is mucn aneau oi tuo uuuio
in commllteo work and this week is bold
ing short daily sessions.
jor.itT iNvESTiaATiriO committee.
Probably a sub-committeo of tbrco will
hA chimnn bv tho oennte from tbe stand
ing commllteo on penal institution to
visit Jot let und investleate tho charges
acainst the penitentiary commissioners.
To send the whole committee, fifteen mom
bers. miL'ht leavo tbe senate without a
quorum and then It would be too cumber
antna to work effectively and rapidly
Tbey will probably visit the penitentiary
PKOSPEOTUa FOR 1875. SIXTH TEAK
THE A LTD INE,
An Illustrated Monthly Jonrnat, universally
admitted to do tne iianusomen renw
leal in the orld. A Represents
tivc and Champion of Amer
A FORGOTTEN HISTORY.
(from ilm Stato Journal. 1
Tha Chioeo Journal' iui that Mrs
Ellrahoth Uuddluston. the erandmolhor
f Mrs. Gov. Rcveridce. and widow of tbe
berirr or llenssulaor county, n. x., wno
was killed hv the "nli-runlor at the
breaking out of tbe "anti-rent war" there
between thirty and forty year ago, died
at Evanston on Sunday. Sho wa on of
the oldost inhabitants of Oook county
The foreeolnc? is not oulto correct,
Sheriff Uuddlestnn wa killed nearly fifty
vr aro. bv John Van Alstyne, on
whose property Uuddleston had iovied a
execution. Tbe anti-renters had nothln
to do with It. The body was found bur
led in a field, whero Vm Alstyno bad har
rowed over It to ronetl tbo spot. Tne
murderer was hanecd aftor making a con.
fessinn. whloh wa print d for circulation
on the day or tne execution, witn tno pic
ture of the callow and swinging victim
on tho tltle-pgo to make It sell.
Murder was a raror thing then, and the
children who saw Ibat frightful wood-cut
never forgot It.
Kmt for Bale 1st Btossk we Blovee.
Notwitlutnndlnif tbo Ineroaso In the prt
of aubacriptlon last fall, when the Aldta at-
sumeii iu present nooie proportion
rcscntallve character, the edition wa aaere
than double tho past year; proving that the
America'! puouo appreciate nncr ci-
tort In the causo or Art. The puniiaBen.
anxious to justify the ready confidence tfcw
dcmonMrateu, uavn exencu inemwim w
the utmost to develop and Improve the
work i and the plan for the condne: year,
as ttnlolded by the monthly lames, win as
tonish and delight even the must sanguine
triends At the Aldine.
Tho Atdlnc wilt reproduce example o
tbe ben foreign master, selected with a
view to tho blahest nrtlstlis success, aad
greatest general interest ; avoiding uch a
bare become ramlliar, through photograph,
The quarterly tinted plate for 1873, wtl
rpnrnitm o four of John d. Davla' Inimitable
child-tkctclies, appriprl.ite to the rour a
aone. Thccc plates, appearing In the isue
for Janun', April. July, and October,
would be alone worth tba price of a year
PREMIUM CUROMOS FOB 1878.
Every subscriber to the Aldine, w be pay
In advance for the year 1873, will reeelvo,
without additional charge, a pair of beauti
ful nil cbromos, alter J.3. Hill, the eminent
English painter, sue picture, ssuu--.
'lh Villain Ileile." and "CroastBEJ the
ti.H .MlJ-miln-h. ar nrttit,! Ima
'ii different plates, requiring So ImprsttietM
und tint to perfect each picture. 1 be tame
chromo are soiu lor y.w per pair, in iae an
store. A it I the determination of It oott-
ductor te keep tne Amine out oi we reaca
ol competition in every department, the
chromos will be round ahead ol aav that
can be offered by otner pcnoaicsn. very
subscriber will reeelvo a certificate, over the
signature or tho publisher, guaranteeing
that the chromo delivered shall be equal to
the sample furnished tbe agent,
or the money will be refunded.
Tho distribution or picture of tbl grades
free to tho aubHcrlbeni to a five dollar peri
odical, will mark an epoch In tue history of
Art; and, oonsiuenog tue uBprsceuvmau
cheapness of tbe price for rhe Aldine ltaell,
the marvel (alls little short of a lrlackt,
even to tnono'ncst acquainted wits we
achlevcmcnu of Inventive gculuaaBd txe-
prove.i mechanical appliances, (tor mus
trattoB of these chromo, ee November is
sue or tbe Aldine.)
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continuo tinder tbe care of Mr. Richard
Henry Stoddard, assisted by the beet writer
and poet ol tbe day, who will strive to have
the llteratuio of the Aldine always la keep
ing with its anuuc aitracuous.
3 peranum, In advance, with Oil Chre
Tho Aldine will. hereMter. be obtainable
only by subscription. There will he do re
duced or club rate ; cash for subscription
must be tent to tne puoiisncn uirect,or un
ded to the local agent without responsibility
of the publisher, except la ease where the
certificate I given, bearing the fac-ekedle
signature of James Button It Co.
Any person wishing to act permanently as
a local agent, will receive full and prompt ln
tormatlon by applying to
JAMES SU TTOJT4UO., Publisher.
t8 Maden Lane New'York
ROTAL MAIL STEAHEU.
From tho Mcmphla Appeal
Many suom Imprest-! with the belief
that Mardi Ora fostivilies constituto a
in dern custom peculiar to tbe t'outh. In
America these feslivilios are only ob
served in Mobile, New Orleans and Mom-
phis -all Southern cities, but tnoy origin
ated centuries aco. and were then called
carnivals, and were observed in Catholic
countries immediately after ibe commence
ment of Lent. To provo that, Iho Mardi
lira festivities grew out of the
old religious carnivals, wo have
only to refer to the fact thai
the Fronub term Mardi Ora moan
Shrove-Tuoday ; Confession Tuesday,
tba Tuesday after Qulnqusgesima Sunday,
or tbe day immediately preceding tbe first
of Lent, or Asb.-Wodne.dsy; on which
day all tbe peoplo of England, when Ro
man uatlioucs, wero ooiigeu to conies
their sin ono by ono to the parish priests,
after which thev dined on pancake and
fritter. Tbe Saturnalias of pagan Rome
wero succeeded by tbe Carnivals, and
Mardi Gras came down from these. The
Carnivals of Borne and Venice wern cele
brated by just tucb paradet as
will be witnessed to-mnrrnw. In
Pnris, Mardi Or at was prohibited in
1790. but again adopted on tbe appoint
ment of Napoleon Bonaparto at first con
sul. Itt restoration wat a cause of great
joy to tbe people of Paris, and for many
year nothing could exceed the beauty
and rlchne of tbe coslume displiyed on
thii annual and greatest of all festivals.
Mardi Ora ha come down to u (mm tho
carnival, a fetlval observed by all Oaihc
lie countries, yet a celebrated ,in Mem
phis. Mobile and New Orleans, it ha no
Mi!fflnual niflcatlon. All denominations
that participate in the festivities' dn to
with a view of making it a day of joy and
Mr. Meline,wbo criticised Mr. Froude
to harshly, and went so far as to assert
tbat that historian oiu not aoow tu
in., of invertud comma, ba in turn oxen
charge! by tbe Nation with not knowing
thu maaiiinir of th word by." Tbe oc-
em on 1 tne DUDIlCBlton Oi a una
f.ina H EtU V . Whlcn on iM litie-paKv
It said to be by Baron Hubner, translated.
by -Jam. Meltne. 'Ane worst in ques
tion Is not Uaron Uubner's at all, says ibe
Nation, but a book lor Lalhoiio euioca-
il.m fMiunAuA. nnnn It.
(Jha. itrauiauen, tne aroat nm
Republican,' i coming to tbl country to
i..tura naxt saaaon. He I a large pow
erful man, of about forty-five, a cros be
tween Henry Ward Beecher and Robert
n..tive. with a rlnrlnc voice and a matter
of oratory unxnovin to oy ??"
now living In Great Britain. Me Is
adored by his follower and Intensely
bated by sooloty and the goyernrneBt.
"What be know about Irlaod and oflcial
hi. in Vaulind will be worth tellisg.
Wa nredlot for him a treat populr tuc-
cM,ucha nocouRUymapf bl. IMck
etis not- excepted, be so far bad the awl
Ity to wrlag frea tu, Orators are berR,
CARK1I.XO THE ttlTIIH MAIM
Steam fieml-Weekly Between
NEW YORK AND LIVEHPOOL
Passenger booked to London, Glasgow,
Londonderry, CardlO, Bristol, and France,
Germany, -weden, Norway nd l)enmrk
Anil From the above named plre to all tbe
principal Hallway Stations in the United
State on Through ticket.
As Extteriettr! sturgeots le Attache!
I eaek Htrsusser.
The attention ofrxrsons wishing to lend
to the Old Country for tbelr triends, 1 called
to the great htcllule offered by tbla cele
brated Lino or Ocean 8teamhlp, which has
been in luceeuful operation since lbM, and
nnmber In Us fleet tome oi tbe largest, a
Well a the lastett steamer afloat.
r.CBttttW. Oea'l Weat.Ac.
80 8. Market St., Cbicgl.
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEB,
I.0CAE. ASEHTsI, CAIB0.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LA.RQBOT TARIBTT STOOX IXf TBI CRT
GOODS SOLD VIBT OLOB1.
Center f ItseSaesatl etareet mm
O. O. PATHOL .
H. WARDNER, M. D.
office and Residence 111 Commercial ave
nue, inext door to the Atheneum).
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practise ot hi pro
with caneeUl reference to tbe MctrtM
treatBient ot dltea la all the stew aad tarn-
proved metnod or appucauoe.
will be la atteadaBce.
pace, laa uoBMBereiai avesw, up masra.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. J),
nsWIOWUkV-Mn. M TBtftaaatB
t Msvea Waahtagtesi avae a Wl
Jfa"i Oemaietelal avaaa. a tt
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rtnW aaiaai aaaski attest Bad Okie Is
gtteahtar) sYi asa. Mas ,
HBatk4e Pfivsteiaa. aad BM. OC-I
itSttsi twM SSm west f C,4'