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Dr. John Han't April l'hlloimphera (I'oola).
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New Horae-Car I'oetry, for April.
Horn l'edro'a Characteristics.
A WhUl I'iirtv in till. Ark.
Three Capiutll.U Ator. Stewart, Vanderhilt.
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Vint Female Uiboyiat at Washington
The tiirl of SeTil e Spani.u I'tieiu.
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a day guarantees astef enr wews
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on tlie wano in hicgo.
fcCiflet frcr li
,Sk kktauy AIokkii i. in very ill and
.nany fear arc cntertainoil that be will
not recover. ,
The Moody and Sankry tabernacle In
C'lilcngo lia been rt fused to Mr. Beeolier
to lecture in to-morrow night.
The defalcation of the cashier of the
First National bankot Franklin, Indiana,
ha created great excitement in that
community and in the atate. The bank
tood the second Ugliest la Indiana and
the filth in the United State.' It U be
lieved that the cashier, w hose name In
R. T. Taylor, took fully fifty thousand
dollar. In money with him ; this Included
the entire reserve tund of twenty-five
thousand dollars. The Utters he left
behind him explained that he had fallen
a Victim to real estate simulations in
Indianapolis, losing heavily, and then
to save himself, lie indulged
in Chicago wheat speculations,
losing In those also and
Involving himself more and more. He
ued forged papers so aklllully as to de
ceive his board of directors, and also al
tered the books to keep the accounts ap
parently comet. The whole lofi, sup
posed to be about one hundred thousand
dollars, will fall on the stock-holders, all
of whom are honest old farmers.
DEFECT Of THE REVEMIELAW.
The Chicago Tribune declares that the
present revenue law is good eoougu, 1
'except w here the courts have shown it
to be Insumcieni lor me purpose lor
which it was enacted." The detects, ac
cording to the Tribun, are mainly In
cluded under three heads :
1. It contains no provision for the re
covery by municipal governments oi
taxes levied for lawful purposes under
former laws which were detective.
2. It provides no irjal'y for the non
payment of taxes suftlclent to inauee
property-owners to pay taxes, or to in
duce oilier ireons to advance the tax
and take a lien on the property for the
3. It proTldes lor an unnecessary ma
chinery, in the way of duplication of
books and published notices, that serves
no nurDose but to swell the cost of col-
In our opinion, the system, as a whole,
ia obiectiouaoie. vt uue in mcory it is
excellent, in practice It is unjust, burden.
some, execrable. All the civilized coun
tries of Europe have tried It,
and havo. abandoned It. 1 e suoulu
do so without delay, and substitute a
better system. Such a sjtem cannot
be urenared by the revenue committee of
the two hou in the short time they
will have to consider the subject, and
thev should not attempt to do go. The
only sensible plan is to raise a coniuii
Inn fur the nurnose ol deliberately con
sidering the revenue problem, and pre-
paring bills tor legislation ou the sub
ject. Let this commission sit uurinj: me
summer and fall, and having done its
work. rtDort to au adjourned session
TIIK l;fAPK OF BtlHMSF,
When the excitement about Belknap's
dihhonesties was at Its greatest height
there was a lamous debate In the house at
Washington. In which .Mr. Blaine, the
leader of the Itepubllcan party, was
m . ...
conspicuous actor. During the debate
the Republicans manifested a most eager
desire to punish the dUhonest secretary
and Mr. Blaine actually charged that
the Democrats were desirous of shielding
him from the righteous wrath of the F.e-
nubllcan nunlshers of guilt. "You have
run oft the witness, Marsh," he ex
claimed In substance, "fearful that we
would punish this man as he deserves to
be, and thus steal from you your re
formatory thunder. Let us have
our way, and we will not
only impeach this man, but we
will also indict him and punish him in
the courts." In response to this, all the
Radicals in the land cried: "Bravo,
Blaine! He knows the Intention of the
great Kepublicau party." Well, time
went on, as time always does, and Marsh
returned. Belknap was Impeached and
Indicted. The Impeachment tell to the
(round because, in the face of the most
conclusive testimony of the man's guilt,
the Republican senate voted that he was
not guilty. And now the indictment
falls, because l'resldeut Grant lends his
late Irieud a held In g hand. "Let him
go," said Grant, and down fell the Indict
ment. . Why should he be let go, Mr.
President? "Well, my dear sir," is the
reply, "this man is s friend of
mine, and I always stand by my friends.
He may be guilty. Everybody savs he
Is. But it Is doubtful whether he could
he convicted, and he has already suflered
enough and been put to enough
expense. That is why." Good. We
are content. President Grant
la true iu his friendships, and
therefore it Is proper tbat Belknap, the
trader iu the offices of the government,
should go free, and be again received
into the arm. of the Republican party.
The poor man who la the deep distress
of these bard times breaks la and steals
clothing and meat, Is sent to the
penitentiary, and no one sympathizes
with him. He u made to suffer, and tha
general voice . cries s "Herved him
right," but then, why not? lie has no
0&a, SAlltlA S-u.Ud.lxMr. Csrzk. Twlftl Str ma..
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1877.
Republican president for his friend, lie
ia only a common thief. The uncom
mon thieves like Rclknap are more for
tunate. The presidential kindness steps
In and says : "Let Mm o," and all
Jladicaldom exclaims: "What a good
and brnre man is Grant."
THE MlftalMIPPI ELECTORAL
The Republicans will object to the
electoral rote of Mississippi. A special
to the St. Louis JUjmbliean on this sub
ject says : "Of course as there is but one
return from that state and its vote can
only be thrown out by the concurrent
vole of both houses, the presentation of
an objection U nothing more than an Idle
form; but It is interesting to note also
that there is no basis for the
grounds upon which the objection
will be offered. The prin
cipal point raised is that the acting gov
ernor of Mississippi Is not legally en
titled to hold that office, and is simply a
state senator, , The lacts are that the
llautenant-governor of Mississippi, a ne
gro named Davis, was Impeached for
malfeasance in office and removed. A
question was then raised respecting the
gubernatorial succession, in the event ef
the office of governor becoming vacant,
while there was no lieutenant-governor.
It was held on one side that
the president of the senate would there
upon become governor, under a provis
ion of the constitution specifically cover
ing the Case. This was denied, however,
bv some and out of the abundance of cau
tion, the legislature passed a law pro
hibiting that. In event of the of
fice of governor or lieutenaant-governor
becoming vacant, the president of
the senate should become governor ot
the state. This law was enacted under a
general authority in the constitution em
powering the legislature to provide by
legislation for the filling of all vacancies
in state offices. The act was passed
whilst Ames was yet acting as governor,
and as lie withheld his signature, but
did not veto it, became a law
by the expiration of the consti
tutional limitation. Subsequent to this
Gov. Ames concluded that he had better
leave Mississippi, ani the president of
the senate has since been acting as gov
ernor. The other point raised is that the
registration act creates qualifications for
votera not authorized by the constitution
et the state, but the Democrats of the
state say there is not the shadow of
foundation for the charge."
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CHARTERED MARCH 81. IBM
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A. B. SAFPORD. President.
8.8 TAYLOR. Vloe President.
W. HV8LOP, Sec'v and Treaaurer.
p. W. Bahcuav, Ckas. Galioitb,
F. M. Btochtlbth, PaclO. ScBtm,
R. U. CrxwmenAM, II. L. Halxidav,
J. M. pBiLurs.
INTEREST paid on depoaiu at the rata of sia
per cent, per annum, March lat and Septem
ber let. Interest not withdrawn la added Imme
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
liTing them eomnound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every btisinessday from 9a.m. to S p.m.
li Saturday evenings for sayings deposit only
rom 8 to 8 o'clock.
W. HY&X.OP. Traaawrer.
F nross. President
P. Neff. Vice I'rea'L
H. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. Kerth. Asst. aah'r
mm wn mi,
Corner Commercial At, and St Street
F. Krone, Cairo. Wra. Kluge, Cairo.
V. Neff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A , SwMtnka, Cairo. R. L. Billingsley, t. Iuia
K. Ilmler, Cairo. H. Well, Cairo.
F. II. Rrinkman, St. liuis.
J. Y. Clem son, Caledonia.
I Ueaetstl Banklna; Bnaloeae Done.
Iy-Exchange sold and bought Interest paid
a the Savings Department. Collection made,
ad all biuinea. Dromutlv attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL. - - $100,000
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
HEN BY L. HALLIDAY, VicePrest.
A. II HAEFOKD, Cashier.
WA' T R HYSLOP. am i Cashier.
S. STAATS TaTLOB, R. II. CC MKQUAM,
H L. HALLIDAY, V. P. HALLIDAY,
Q. 1. WiLUAJisoa. SntritE! Biho,
A B. SAFrOHD.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received sod a general banking
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Baak Bolldiiig, ap-stiirs.
The Oldest Eatabiishad Ag-enoy is SouttJ
rn Illlnola, represastiaaT ovar
t65 OOO OOO r ;;
FiKE AND LIFE
Policies are Issued on the most favor
able terms bv
(iCnerai. Insurance Acknt.
one bnt Knnail and Hanvst Vom
OFFICK-Ia the Alexander County Bunk,
11 f CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
The Centaur Liniineiita lU.y
pain, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cur
Rhenmatlsm, Soavln. and anv flesh, bone or
muscle aliment Th A 'il i Wrapper la for
lamilyuse, the Yellow Wrapper for animals.
A list or the ingredient are contained around
each bottle, llieyare cheap, speedy, and cer-
The certain, speedy
remetly for oliil.lrcn, is Pitcher's lastoria. It Is
as pleasant lo lake as honey aud as certain In its
effects as Castor Oil. For Wind Colic, Worm
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Bowels, their
nothing like Caatoria.
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Dealer in Fresh Meal
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BetwsM Washtasrtoa aa
dj ouxtnsT saaag aw r ;
':"''-: '7ZJ wJ. uL'Hl
KEEPS gor sals the bsst Beef, Pert, Haa
V J. Aaib, rmisege. Aw., sad m !
nsi k iNti w(Um is s amtoHa a:ai
Llttt'OR DEALER. ,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wkoleaale and Retail Dealers la
WINES OF ALL KINDH,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ills. ,
TTKSB5. PMYTU A CO. hay sonatanUv
XYi. a Urge stock ot the beat goods In the mar
set, sad give especial atteatlon to I he wkoleaale
raaon ot ue oustnea.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
:,on, or in noganeaas, lor impmeni
rompuv attenaea to.
HafTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to srupply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CTTT VOAL COXPAHT.
rt" Hall Ills y Bro.'s office. No. 70 Ohio Levee.
tyHairtday Bro. wharf boat.
TAt rjrytitian Mill, or
fcf"At th Coal Pump, foot of Thuty-Elghtb
tf-Post Office Drawer, son.
No SO Ohio Levee.
T c tr.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, 8hawneetown. Evans
Tille, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steampr
VALTXH B. PXMMIWOTOH .
WUl leave Cairo every
The fleet steamer
....... ... Master
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close eonnection at Cairo
With nrttrclas steamers for St. Louia, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansville wltn
lbsK.au. it. u. for all points aort a ana basi.
and with the Ijouisvllle Mail hteaniera foaU
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through l
eelpt on freigh
and Mtaseugers to all point
I or urtber Information apply to
HOL. SILVfcU. Passenger Agent.
II A LLI D A Y B ROS . , . u
J. At. PHILIJFS, J Aenu
Or to O J GRAMMKR.
jtiierintenWnt and General Freight Agent,
o-a-i-iy. r.vanavui tnuiaua.
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A regularly t4ucatl Ht qualtUtai diTakiui 4 ttu
sfoal suooaasiul, a hie wwue til ro.
tpsrmatorrbea sua impotsncy
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Room and tbitrj, Ut imd 2d
Floort, $2,90 per Diy.
Koem an BoaaA, M aTlae SO .00
Ipaeial Rataa t)y TTaak at If attth.
A limited number of verr desirable tamllv
room, can be secured at reasonable rates tor the
Summer month. ..
T su Ckatles U the tegetahdlMal kwfat
v, wvm j iuiuj, wm vmu urn Kiuiiii in nmravr.
Fine large sample room for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, freeof charge.
fAB..V.i .V . t . a "
ZfAit oaggamergiiesht eonvayeii to andlreai
the hotel without charge i . i ,
i c. ev. i.s.'isn .
PAIST AJID Oil, j, irr.
B. F. Blako
ifoints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, fco.
Always os band, the celebrated lllnmlnatlag
AGROB1 Oil,. ,
Oorner Eleventh 8 treat and Washlflf
ton Avsna .
JOHN H. MULXJBT.
attorney at Law.
07FICK : At residence on Ninth Street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut Street.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDK 00
57 Ohio Isavee.
US Alt CHTISEJHEarTa.
Bedding; Plants, Roaee, Ac.
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a week in yowr own town.' Term end
Si putdt tree. II. JI ALLtT A Ct. , Port
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
5J-WE WANT BOO 'WORE FIRST -OLA
88 SEWING MACHINE AGENTS,
AND 600 MEN OF ENERGY AND
ABILITY TO LEARN THE BUSINESS
OP BELLING SEWING MACHINES.
COMPENSATION LIBERAL. BUT
VARYING ACCORDING TO ABILITY,
CHARACTER and QUALIFICATIONS
OF THE AGENT. FOB PARTICU
Wilson Serisg ftefcise Co-. Chicago.
8JI and 820 Broadway, New Tork, or
New Orleans, La. -
A YEAR. AUE3TS WANT
ED on our Urad Combi
nation Prospectus, represent
150 DISTINCT BOOKS
wanted everywhere. Tu HlKSeeS Thlner
Kver I'rleU. feules made from ibis when ail
single Rooks fail. Ako, Agents wanted on eur
MAUMKICENT FAMII.V RIBLK8, Hiperior
to all others. With invaluable Illustrated Alile
end Suerb Binding These Book beM th
World. Full articular free. Address JOHN
S-l. POI1 Kit sk ., pubUsh.ra, Philadst
a day at home. Acei
and terms free. J'lil K
Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with nam
IO eta., post paid. L JONfcS A tu,,
Nassau, M. Y.
t t77 a Week tc Ag.nts. tW OUTFIT
$33 TO . RtE. i-. o. VICKttKY, Au
D CMC IA MO No matter how slightly dis-
tlwOIUIMOiibied. lucreatea now paid. Ad
ic and circular free. T.lMcMiCUAit., Atty, 707
Sausaai bt., t'lwls., t'a. '
OR Fancy Mixed Cards, Utrst styles, or 86
tcIUU riuc styles, with nam. lOo , Dual ptud.
Nassau Card '., P. O. box 50 Nassau X.Y.
OR EXTRA rHE C A KIMS, ao two .like,
Maiden Bridge, N. Y.
(e i. ton per day ae home. Sample worth
90 W etUurree. b VINSON A UO.. Port-
lasd, Main. '
Pf H '.St A MONTH received by our gredu
tws C lis atea. tstudent wanted. eali-y paid
while practicing, fituatiuns mrnished. Ao
dres N. W. 1 KLKGKAl'U lNllTLTfc, Janes
ee Flue Mixed funis, with name, 2'. rents
f postpaid. .'ftS.rlO cent. A. TUAVKR
A CO.. North ( liatbaru, S. V.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE QF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEASTU
la tha Uraad Ola
Which has stood the test of 4C
a aap a. .
Ihereia noaorait will not Ileal.
no Lamenesa it will not Cure, oo
Aohe, no Pain, tbat Affliota the II u
mam bodyor tha body ot a Borae
or other JJomeatio animal, that
does not yield to. IU majeio touch.
A bottle costia. X5e., a0o. ortl
has often saved Lae life or a Human
reins- and Bestorod to Life and
Usefulness XSany . a Valuaeie
ru nous in Poainem minors, end tn leaning
hotel la Calr.. KotwUh.tartMT"lnA "Bed
Rock" reduction In prion, foe table will, a
usual , be liberally .with the very beet