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U fHMllitill lituren in CMrio to-mor
row n if lit am) Bf her Monday night.
I 'line invmit st-ssiou ol the state legis
lature 'will not come to an adjournment
Thk collection for the bem-fit. of tin?
two chililrcn of the imfortun.itc Mr. and
! Mr. BlUs have lfrt discontinued, Mr.
i Moody, having announced that the or-
ihaiin are amply provided for.
.Sk.NatoR Simon Csmkron, of iennyl-
vania, aei seventy-eight, ha been sued
for breach ol promise by Mrs. Mary
OHrer, aged forty. Mr. Oliver ha been
In the treasury department at Washing.
ton for ome yeats.
Thk ca ol the t'nlted State against
ex-Secretary Belknap waa dismissed on
Thursday ky order of President Grant
who think! that "In view of the opinion
of the attorney-general ol the District ol
Columbia that conviction li Impossible,
and In view of the long auIcring of the
accused and the great expenae he has
been put to," the district attorney should
be directed to dismlas the suit.
An associated press dispatch ol Thurs
day aavs "the contest In tho Louisiana
case will be over the legality of the re
turning board ilielt, the law calline tor
Ave members, and the lour members who
acted not filling the vacancy. It will be
claimed that there has been no cauvaas ol
the votes and that no electors have been
Appointed. Prominent Democrats say
Uie comuiission lias adoDtcd a Una of
procedure that must throw out the vote
ol Watu, the Oregonpostmaster."
firs". Si(KRirAN is to be called before
Fields' committee to testlty concerning
Well' character. In lfsGS he said ol
Wells : "lie 3 a political trickster and a
dishonest man His couduct
is sinuous as the mark left in the dust
by the movement of a snake. I say
again that he is dishonest. He
has embarrassed me very much since
I came into command by his subtertuge
and political chicanery. He has
not one friend who is an honest man."
m.vK runs rampant in Chicago, and
thieves and burglars carry things with a
high hand. The Tint4 says, "no citi.en
can leave his house In the morninir with
that. h. twill .V1-
wlfe tied and gagged and h valuables
all missing when he returns at night, and
no man can go to bed with any reason
able certainty that he will not be waked
in the night by the pressure of a cocked
revolver against his ear, and be tol 1 to
lie atill while marked ruffians go through
Two large steamers passed out through
the jetties Wednesday and two the day
before, one ot which drew twenty and
one-half luet. The present river and har
bor bill provides $100,000 for dredging at
the Southwest pass, all ot which will now
be savad by the jetties. Besides this the
last bill proposed that the expenditures
under the appropriation then made shall
ee.i-e so soou as the new channel shall be
eighteen feet deep at mean tide. As it
is twenty-one leet deep there will be
no excuse for expending any more
money in dredging the bars ol the passes.
So much for jetties.--.Sf. IsuU RnMii-nn
WAR OX THE MPITZ.
"I'll not kill thee nor PU not beat
thee, but Pll give thee a badnatne," said
a Philadelphia quaker once to a dog that
had annoyed lilm beyond forbearance by
various dog-like tricks ; and he ran into
the street and began crying at the top ot
his voice, "mad dog, mad dog!"
The dog ran. the neighborhood
became alarmed, and in a race
between the animal and its pursu
ers, the canine came out second best,
aud gave up the ghost with half-a dozen
i.istol balls In its body, lu the same
spirit the New York HrrnM is making
war upon the Spit, the fashionable dog
ol the period, it has been found that
the Spitz has a natural tendency toward
rabies, and being in most Instances "one
ol the lainily," petted asd made much ot
ty the ladies and the dally companion
ol the children his facilities lor working
terrible mischief an appalling. The
battle against the species, iuaugurated by
the Herald a few weeks ago, has been
successful and the abolishment of tho
Spitz, as a pet dog, is only a question of
Jude Bradley, the "fifth judicial
member" chosen by the other four on the
commission, practiced law In New Jersey
Iroia 183e until 187(Mvken he was appoint
ed by Grant an associate justice of the
supreme court. Ex-Chancellor William-
sou ot New Jersey when asked hia opin
ion of J udga Bradley said: "Since his
removal to Washington he has taken a
prominent stand among the supreme
court justices, aud sustained fully his
high character as a lawyer. 1 do not re
member that he has at any time shown
any persistence in opposing the
majority ot that court. No one
of my acquaintance has ever doubted
his integrity ; his publio and private
character has been above reproach. He
, certainly would notforleit hU high repu
lation now by becoming a mere parll-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10," 1877.
.'n. I think that tl pi cut question now
to he derided will le at safe in hi has)
a it could he in t hands of any otlier
man. Botli th political parties mar
congratulate tserrwlves upon hit self
tion." Judge llratfey hs made the first hreak
in the llcpuhlican rank by calling hit
vote with the IicoiaeraU on the motion
to Inquire into tie eliulbilily ol Hrum
phrey, Hayes elector from Florida. As
was to be expected Judge Hradley'a vote
ha subjected him to the evre condem
nation ot Jlepublican.".
-I 3 - - -
korhai. i i,r.Krris is 11.1.1
The St. Louis Rtjhliemn is not in lavor
of the normal utfversity for the north
ernpart ol tso aute proposed by a
member ol the legislature from
Cook cottav. The Rrpvblicnn is
opposed to the additional normal for
two reason one is because "times are
hard," and the oJier and weightiest
leason is "be-ausc one school of this class
1 amply luffcient for the wants of the
whole state I properly encouraged and
conducted." The Republuun under
stands that tie Normal University near
Bloomington t In a flourishing condi
tion, and has never heard that its capac
ity Is unequal to the demand made upon
it. But if it U too small, "let
it be enlargel," says the writer : "en-
largcmenU ae cheaper thaa new struc
ture," Ac, dc. All these arguments
againut the balding ol a new Normal are
made by the Republican on the ground
that one largi and well conducted Insti
tute of that claracter is amply sufficient
lor the wans of the whole state. But
Illinois hag Wo Institutes, both ol them
In apparently prosperous condition. The
Rrpublican firgets or has no knowledge
of the Southirn Illinois Normal at Car-
bondale, capable of accommodating jev
eral hundret pupils lu the way of tsl
tion ; it wai built a few years ago at a
cost to th state ol several hundred
thousand t'bllars, and the represen
tative from Fackson county has intio
duced a bill nto the legislature witlln
tlie past wek asking for an additional
appropriatioi for the school of five
thousand dollars. A third Normal unlrer
sity is not tit to be a necessity by the
people of tlu state, and it is more than
probable that the project will end where
it has begui..
E. r. Knakel a Hitter Wine of Iroai
has never heeu known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
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culry of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
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net.s or tne itm, paiuu countenance ana
eruptions on tbe face, purilyinK the blood,
rain in the back, heaviness ol the eyelids.
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He ware ot counterfeits and bai-e imita
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to well ktionn all over the country. tlrue-
gists tuemelves make an imitation ana try
10 sen it oa to taeir customer, wnen uiey
call lor Kankel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in tl bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely ptt on the outside with tbe pro
Drtetor's chotoirrapu on tbe WTapper ol
eucb bottle. Always look for the photo-
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Dr. Kuuiel, tbe only successful physician
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CITY NATIONAL D AUK, CAIBO
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r Tlroas, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
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in tin im,
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they secrete too much or too little water; or
whether they be alllicted with stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these PilU should be ta
ken according o the printed directions, aud the
Ointment should be well rubbed into Uie small ol
Uie back at bed time. This treatment will give
almou immediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually improve Ilia
tone of the stomach aa these I'lllo; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance ar
improper diet. 1 bey reach Uie liver and reduce
it to a healthy action ithey are wonderni'ij elfica
ciotis in raite. of spasm in taot they nevFF fail in
curing all disorders o. the liver and stoinat-h.
1'II.LoJ ar Uie be.1 kuowa ia
the World lor the following diaeaoea 1 Ague,
Anthma, llilions (.'oniplaiuts, Itlotche on the
skin, Bowels, Consumption, Debility, Dropsy,
Dysentery, Erysipelas, Female Irregularities
Fevers of all kinds, Sits, tiout, lieadarhc. Indi
gestion, Inflammation, Jau.dice, Liver Com
plaint), Lumbago, 1'ilee, Kheuniatinm. Reten
tion of urine, scrofula or King's Kvtl, More
Throats, Htone ami tiravel, Tic-Douloureux,
Tumo.o, I'loero. vvormsvf.il kiuds. Weakness
Irom any cause, etc.
None are genuine unless the signature of J.
Ilaydock. aa ageat for the United btates, sur
rounds each box of PiUs, and OlnUneuU A
handsome reward will be given to any one rsn
o,,..k it, ii.rniutinn ua inav lead to Ui
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
tne meaicmes or Yeuuin m
them W.be spurious. 11-
. iJ I1, m . ,1, ... .... -. j ...
druggisU aud dealers ia medicine throughout
the civilised World, in boxes at 25 cents, td
.- ....1 at Mi.li.
tf Tliere Is considerable saving oy wiug
N. B. Directions tor ins guiuaucr , iucu
In .rnirr disorder ar affixed to each box
Office, lia Liberty St., New York.
aa w-i'ec i-
nnQO C an't be mane Ty every
mvrm niA.lh in tlia bualUC W
a i.u v. .k., siii ko, oniric co.a aaailr
lUflUMI, ...... . -
aarn a doaea dollar a day rtgbt ia their own lo
Mlltias. Have no room to explain here. llJ-
wo. pleasant aad boejoraiue, " i.ili;
ruu a coruplat outttt IVea. The busle n
better thaa anything els. We w tj'.
,of starting roil. .I'srtllsr He.
juitos, iball Bona
aud daughter, and aO cU-js uia
inu lee, r unners tun
ri.... ik..,rk at a ace. BJJW i
nrt a. BoMBa. SBOUoVi w.ioo .
3oi"i delay. . iaTtiesi i- 4 a. Awaueta
I IilO OKALrSM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wkolesale and Retail Dealers h
WINF.H OF AM, KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Love,
ME88B?. MfTTH A CO. have nmsunfle
kea. f gowl. in U,. mar!
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by tha car-load
i.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
ttWTo large consumers and all
ananufacturers, we are prepared
io supply any quantity, by tha
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY VOaX COKTAJTr.
EE5!l!!r 2ro ! effl0f N W Ohio Levee.
rt-Hairiday Bro 'a wharf boat.
J-At Egypuaa Mills, or
At the Coal Dump, foot of Tbuty-Klgbtb
CVPoet Office Drawer, son.
No SO Ohio Levee.
M)r CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Padueah, Shawneetowx, Evans,
ills, LouisTille, Cinouinati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
A' ALTER B. PlXMI)tQT01. ,,MJIt
Jhahlbb Pbnnimutoh Cl.rk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY t
o'clock p. m.
Tlie fleet steamer
Leaves Cairo every SATC&DAY.
Earn boat makes close connection at Cairo
with flrs-claas steamers for tit. Louis, Mem
phis and Kew Or Leans, and at KvausvlU wtlh
th B AC. U. R. for allpolnUXorUand East.
anowiwine ixuiavuie uau nieauuer iot.au
Dolnuonth UDuer Ohio, eivuur througare-
eelpts aa treigbls aad pasoenger to all points
For urther iaformation apply to
HALLIDAY BBOS., t
J. At. PHILLIPS, !".
rL Q. J. UBAMMER.
Superintendent and General Freight Agent,
lo-a-oD-lv. kvanavlll Indians.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A rotvUortj tliwatnl oaS Ua.lljr oulllloS akjokiioa a4 uu
aM Moooulia, of nU iiiMlk. Q on....
Sparmatorrhaa avud Impotanoy,
uwnojll otolf-Buo lu joms. mill omojw, I oi..
sum iwn.orouor 0000M. m1 ilonu hh o tk lo.
kiwi.. -n ' Xor.ou.ooM, Vmiul Ikimi.. IUI.OI Mt
fcOM b Jfooau). Ilo.ooo oinirbt, BrhrO.. Mmiorr. rn;-
'ou of i-. K of lnu. 1 r...t. BcMltiriM
' rUr. ouiTlWr ,
"'"J rroailba .Km; M 2fV. .rj!
Smcuro. ui-aiu". - r 1
i,.i.l,ouo uuo Blli
II u oilrvkUoi taot .oojoioioa ,-?
000 -cony -7 ow... -. - . .
Cnra Osatewei iai all
or W MMT tW .S tavMot,
AV S MM. OOI.W tMKMoW
(an ooau. aoi4 So too sr ait, Ana a. .ooio.
iHBa,hMMmS.aVlsr.ii. fMSAvs. Is 1 1. as
rms in:::: nimmmu
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
&oem and Board, 8d floor M .00 Per Day
a eelal Rate kr Weak ar tleaik.
Aliralted number of very desirable taain
SeTm.r.Uml t forta;
hotel in Cairo. Norwih.ioi,i.- TCL"T7"?
of ""7 thins that can be found ia market
Fine large sample rooms for commrcial trev-
una noor, rre or charge.
tfAU bagganof guaeu conveyed to
iclietel witbont charge.
E. St. ESRTS.W.
PAIHT AND OILS.
S. F. Slc&o
Paints. Oils. Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, eVo.
Always on hand. Ue eeUbratsd lUtunlaatbif
Ooroer Bleventh S treat and Waaalas
JOHH H. HTJUUT.
Attorney at Iaw.
OriTCE : At residence on Ninth Street, between
Washington avenue aad Walnut Street.
STBATTOlf 9c BIRD,
AOENT8 AXCTaroAJT POWDT 00
57 Ohio Zesiwee
Bsddmr PUntSp Boooo. ekOL.
U.IL..I a- .IS .1 -
I 1 as i " 'wvm
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
I rWE WANT 600 'MORE TTXgT
0LA88 BE WINQ MACHINE AaENT8.
AND 600 MEN OF HNBBOT AND
ABILITY TO LEARN THE BUSINESS
OF BELMNO 8EWINO MACHINES
COMPENSATION LIBERAL. BUT
VARYING ACCORDING TO ABILITY,
CHARACTER and QUALIFICATIONS
OF THE AGENT. IfOR. siamnTT.
Wilsoa Sfirisf Kauae Co. Ciiciro.
827 and 829 Broadway, New Tock, or
n.w uri.an.i i.m.
f ABiAA A TEAR. AGKNTS WA.NT
SI VOliri ED on our unnd Caaabi
WBflwWW naUou Prospectus, repreaeul-
150 DISTINCT BOOKS
wanted everywhere. Tto Bissat Ttataia;
Kveir Tried, hales made from this when all
single Rooks fad. Also, Agent, wanted on aur
MAGNIFICENT FAMILY BIBLES, Superior
to all ouwra. With invaluable Illustrated Aid
and Buperb Bindings 1'hese Books bast tha
World. Full particulars free. Address JOHN
K. PorTEat A AO., publishers, Philadel
phia. Cl a A day at horns. Agents waatad. Outfit
C1Z and term. free. TEL't A CO., Augusta,
r P Excxa Fin Mixed Oarde, with aajsta
AW IO eta., postpaid. L. JONES A CO.,
NaMSU, N. V.
titi Sv m Week tc Agsnu. 1U OCTKIT
$39 10 RfcE. P. O. VICKERY.Au-
it, M.l P..
DCAICIfiMQ Ko msiur how aligbtly dis
rCIi9lvirla.bIed. Increue. now paid. Ad
vice and circular free. T MiMicHai, ABy. 10T
Sansm Su, l'tiilx, i'a.
OR Fancy Mixed Oarda, latest styles, or 95
aJ Kioli hue style., with name lOo , po P-!-
Card 1 box 00 naa.au as.
OBI EXTIi riSB fABOS, no two shke,
wah name, le- J. M. MA ..
Maiden llrid., N. Y- .
C a. on Ir day a home. Haiiiple rtk
$5 TO JZOiire,: rilstOXAto.,Po.l
ffd f flfl A MONTH received by our grauu
ell llUy ate, atndents wanted. Ralsi-f paid
while VreuetnT. aiuimwrai mnm, -dressN
. W. TtLEGRAPU 1SSTITI IE. Janes
tsm Vine Mixed Cards, with
, U rants
T KAY KB
OS post paid. 1 lor ID cents.
A CO.. North t hwtksru, X. V.
W. II. oUAAAvtAAs.asi.. m.
Sascjillic fljainaa ui Surpta
(Dr. Brlghsm's Successor.)
Offioe ; 138 Commercial Ave.
,1-lm Cairo. lUiaei.
OFFICE! Klshih Stress, between Waahiaatoa
aad Coiuruercuvl Avsaues, Casro, lUiaeis.,
TTTM. B. sUCITH .
OnV ia Wiater's Bka. Mrasr SavaaU au4
Camnwrcial Aveau. (oa trance Sevessshl.
ttaaiJeaos TnUtaanta straat. watt Of WasBkBTWa
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