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Mus SsviirR, the ft male preacher of
Southern Illinois, it conducting a revival
In I Mi Quoin.
The fJrand Trunk railway lias reduced
passenger rate from Chloaf to the
Kast, the iri of a ticket from that city
to New York now bclnif eighteen dol
lars. It is believed this rate will be ad
hered to ns low Azures will Induce more
travel th.in high oner.
Among the bill introduced in the Mi
uois house on Thursday, wu one by Mr.
Irvin to repeal the law requiring the
publication of the tax delinquent list in
newspapers, but requiring the list to be
posted In the county clerk'a ofllec.
Ma.tv Uadlcal newspapers have pub
lished Packard as dead as a door nail.
They will have to deny the canard and
tell the truth, namely: that the "gover
nor" didn't have his knee-pan shot off,
didn't have a bullet in hLs leg and that
there Is a doubt whether hi pantaloons
were even wounded.
Wkluox, the man who didn't aasKl
nate Packard, ha been living In Mobile
for the past tour months, engaged in the
feusiue'js of a dry-good clerk. A few
week ago, a disappointment In a love af
fair caused him to taka to drinking, and
while under the Influence of bad whisky
ho threatened to commit suicide and to do
other rah thing, his cra.iness finally
culminating in the attempt to shoot
1 it k president is to give a grand fare
well dinner to the cabinet before he
leaves the w hite houe. I uring his ten
ure ot office, Grant has had twenty-three
officer at various times in his cabinet
namely: Two secretaries of state
Waahburne and Fish ; four secre
taries of the treasury Iioutwell,
Kit-haidaon, Rri'tow and ilor-
rill; three postmaster gpnerals
Creswell, Jewell and Tyner; fir at
torney generals t,. II. Hoar, Akerman,
Wllliatnn, Pierrepont and Taft ; four sec
retaries ol war Rawlins, Belknap, Taft
and Cameron ; two secretaries of the
navy Doric and Robeson, and three sec
retaries ot the interior Cox, Delano and
Lippincott's Magazine for March opens
with a very interesting and handsomely
Illustrated hketeli of travel entitled "In
the Valleys ot Peru," which is lollowed
by an entertaining account ot "An Ad
venture in Japan." also finely illustrated.
"Seth" is a powerful story br that popu
lar writer, Fannie Hodgson Burnett, and
"A Jewifh Family," also a story, pre
sents a strong picture of Jew ib lite and
character. Under the title of "Reminis
cences of a Poet-Painter," are presented
some very interesting recollec
tions and anecdotes of T. Bucha
nan Read, the well-known author
of "Sheridau's Ride" and other poems.
'Place aux Dames; or, The Ladies
Speak at Last," is an amusing little play,
in w hich various female charrcters from
Shakespeare's works are introduced and
made to speak In a manner that would
surely astonish the "Bard of Avon."
"The Marquis ot Lossle," by George
MacDonald, and "Young Aloys," from
the German ot Auerbach, are continued
with increased Interest. Poetry is ably
represented by three charming poems by
Charles Do Ksy, Kate Hillard, and Sid
ney Lanier. "Our Monthly Gosaip" is
full of good, short papers, and tbs "Lit
erature ot the Day" includes severa
MA RUfl, 177.
Harjvr's Magazine tor March is an ex
quisltely beautiful number. It opens
with Mr. S. G. W. Benjamin's paper on
"Contemporary Art in France," with
thirty-two engravings, most ot which
are reproductions ol the finest pictures
of Frence artists, executed in a style o
A Summer Cruise among the Atlantic
Islands," with ten illustrations, treats ol
the Azores aud Maderla Islands, with es-
Declal reference to their : climate and
other features interesting to invalids
The CaDe Verds and Canaries will be
treated in a subsequent paper.
Another illustrated paper treats of
Litchfield Hill, Connecticut, and iu old
law school, where, during the later por
tion of the last century, Calhoun, Mason
Clayton, and other eminent lawyer and
statesmen, received their legal education
J)r. John W. Draper contributes the
first of an important series of papers.
giving a popular exposition of sotrto
scientific experiments. This first paper
treati of red-hot bodies, and illustrates
the experiments upon which were based
Dr. Draoer's remarkable memoir "Ou
the Production of Light by Heat." pub
lished in 1847. and anticipating by thir
teen years the results deducted by M.
Kirchofl la a memoir that w at the
tioio (1860) regarded as the origin ot
This number coutalni an illustrated
Valentine story "About Dolly," by Rose
Terry Cooke, and aa illustrated poem
especially appropriate to the valentine
seasou, by C. P. Crancn. The poet is
also an artist, and the illustration is after
a drawing made by him.
Edward Everett Ilale contributes one
of bla characteristic stories, entitled
'Ideals." Iu a mora numerous vein ii
0&aa, OXl a llftlnc. Cetaat T r elft Street t&l WMk.lntx V -ks.
"My Great-Aunt's Will" a story by
Elizabeth A. Smith.
1 he paper on "Webster and the Con.
ntltution," by the Hon. Henry W. Hit
listrd, or Georgia, tn the light of current
events, Is especially timely and Interest
ing. In "Erema," Mr. Blaektuore'i story,
we have this month a quaint narrative of
Tom Sawyer's love for the heroine (wtth
a satisfactory explanation of hi broken
noe), and of Eretna's departure from the
city of the Golden Gate for Englaud.
The poetry of the Number Is unusually
striking and the editorial departments
cover admirably their respective fields.
Especially worthy of mention is the no
tice in the Eaiy CVioirof Schliemann'g re
cent discovery of the tomb of Agamem
non. The Drawer contains tome very
BAD MEX BMOJIIXU SlNIKUll.
Tho Litest bad man who haa devel
oped out of the Republican party Is Pur
man, a Republican member of congress
from Florida. If it were possible, he
would be a worm: man than any ot the
other bad men who have lately distin
guished themselves by turning upon the
party of high civilization, whisky riDgs,
enllghtment and the four villains called
the returning board of Louisiana. When
Frank Blair, one of the great leaders of
the Republican party, made a tew re
marks about Gen. Grant and the general
mwortuiness of the Radical revolution
ists, who in 1S03 were trampling
ujon the constitution while they waved
the flag with all the satis
faction of little Johnny Horner In his
corner, plum in hand, he became a bad
man, and Radicalism everywhere de
nounced him with loud aud angry voice
as the batldest man In the land. Then
Schurz, Sumner, Trumbull, Palmer,
Greeley, and a host of the other founders
ol the Republican party, separated them
selves from the organization which bad
btcome vile a well as revolutionary,
at.d instantly they tiecame by the gen
eral voice ot the Radicals they left be
hind them in the Mough ot political
wrongheadedaess, bad men very bad
men. Warmouth left them, and by the
act became a bad man ; he went
Lack to them tor a consideration'
and In the twinkling of an eye
he became a political saiut, a fit compan
ion ot the great and good Pinchnack.
Then the good men of the supreme court
of South Carolina refused to be parties to
tho villainies of Chamberlain, and became
bad men in the estimation of all good
Republicans, w ho are excellent judges of
bad men, tnat article of political com
merce being peculiar to the politic!
organization w hlch they ornament. Then
Maddox, the Radical revenue officer, told
the truth on oath, and became a bad
man; and Pinchback, the noble
IiIaoL man. stands to-day marked
as OUe 01 me uauurei inrti
. i i. .i i . ......
in the world. And now comes Purman,
declaring what every man knows, and
what every honest man either declares or
admits, that Tilden carried norma,
Therefore, having been guilty of an hon
est confession, he has become lu Radical
estimation, a bad a very bad man.
In the light ol these fads, we beg leave
to ask : What Republican politician is
safe from the danger of becoming
bad man? There ti no
Republican politician living wno
is not liable in a moment of forget
ful ness or ffood impulse, to do a decent
act or say a truthful thing about the ras.
calitles of his party. To do so, is to be
come a bad man in the judgment of the
Republican party. Even Eliza Pinkstou
is lu danger. If she were to tell the
truth about her misfortunes, all good Re
publicans would rise up and call her,
petticoat and all, a bad man. Aud upon
what ii based the opinion that isatcock-
even Babcock will not become a bad
man! He might become mo
mentarily honest and thus become, In
Radical estimation, permanently un,
worthy a bad man. a very bad man
And Joyce, what Is to protect him from
the danger of telling the truth about his
party, aud thus becoming presto! a
bad man ? There is dancer to all Re
publicans floating In the air.
The Widow Van Cott is preaching
temperance In New Vork city.
The real inventor of the "telephone
lives in Cblcajro, and his name is Elisha
The most beautiful woman at Presi
dent MeMahon'a ball was an American,
Miss Emily Shaumbcrg, of Philadel
phia. Mr. Louis N. Perkins, of Anamosa,
Iowa, aud Miss Mary E. Powell, of Car
bondale, both deal mutes, were married
in the latter place last week.
Mrs. Caroline S. Brooks has com
pleted a new study In butter, a head in
alto relievo, remarkable for sweetness of
expression and beauty ot finish.
-Edwin Adams, the actor, is dying of
consumption in San Francisco. A theat
rical benefit was given him on last Mon.
day night, the receipts airgrejrhtlnsr
Gen. Grant and his wito will take up
their residence after the 3d ot March with
Secretary Fish and his wife. Some tune
In April, In company with Mr, atul Mrs.
Sartoris, they expect to start on their
Martin F. Tupper, who is sojourning
in Charleston, baa written an "Ode to
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1877.
the South" In extremely Tupperian
style, as witness the last verse :
Onerous Bmtthemet ! 1 who address yoi
Shared with too many belief ia ynur sin;
But I meant It thus let roe confess yon
Knowledge 1 victor and everywhere wtnn;
Fori have seen, I have heard, and am sure of it,
Von hare I teen slandered and suffering long,
raying all slavery's cost nd the cure of It,
And the great world shall reiientorils wrong
Evening Telegram: "Mr. Evarts is
reported by the Tribune as saying aVout
Sam Bowles' proposal to make Tilden
president, with Hayes for secretary of
state, that 'it Is well enough for Gov.
Hayes to jrivc away his own office If he
want to, but I would like to know what
right he has to take mine.' Is it indeed
true that he is arguing the case for Mr.
Hayes to the electoral commission with
such a personal interest In the result?
Has he undertaken Hayek' case on specu
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such informatioa aa may lead to. the
deuctlon of any party or p.rtiei '.fuu'" "
th medicine or venom-
w;v a co. ? vork, yrjsSSSSSR
druggisw aud Ueaiers m ,'r ZT
i civil Ued world, la box at 4 eenU,
"OT TheU U'asiderabl saving by taking the
'it'ifft.ec.ion. for ih guidance of patients
In every disorder are aBaed to eac eo
Offloe, 113 Liberty it., New York
biM - g
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
WIXKS OF A 1.1a KI9DS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MBSSM. nrtTH CO. have eonstanilv
a Urge stock ot the beat rood. In toe mar
ket, and gtv especial attention to the whoBeale
ranch of the buaineaa.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
J,on, or in hogaheada, for shipment
jrompur attenaea to.
BTTo large consumers and all
xtanufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tha
month or year, at uniform rates.
Cairo cm voax comixr,
Cf-Ralliday Bro. ' ofBee, No . 7 Ohio Levee.
FfHalTiday Bro 'a wharf boat. ,
rT-At Ecmtian Hills, or
rtAt the Coal Dune, foot of Thtitv-Xla-hth
Cf-Post Office Drawer, Mm.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphli
Steam Packet Co.,
Faduoab, Shawneetetm. Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
A'altm B. P(KtrioTON.M Master
haklxi Pbrkimutoii..... Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock p. ni.
The fleet steamer
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connection at Cairo
With Arst-claaa steamer for St. Lout. Mem
phi and New Orleans, and at Evansvllle with
the E. A C. R. R. for all point North and East ,
and with th Louisville Mail Steamer foi.!l
iwtinta An tha I'nwr Ohio, aivina? through re-
eelpU on freight and passengers to all point
Kor urther Information apply to
SOL. SILVER, Paasenger Agent.
UAIXIDAY BR08., AnU
J. M. PHILLIPS, l8fn"'
Or to Q.J.GRAMMER,
superintendent and General Freight Agent,
lo-3-20-lr . K van tills Indiana.
mad try every agent
svw w 4
everr moatk in the iHuinea we
furnish, but those willing to work can eaany
tarn a dozen noitara a uay nam m wren v "
aliUs. Have no room to explain here, Uual-
usa pleaaant ana nonorauie, mrann
nd girls do as wen as men. wu
you a complete outflt free. The business pay
.itilii mt. Wi will bear ea-
' . n.AAkonlM .httiv inn.
-,.u or atjirtlnv vou. wticsiwi u.
IB ii see, rsrum .mi iuu.ul, .
and daughter, and all eUsae la need of paying
work at borne, should writ to us and 1 ru all
about the work at once, now tne uu
don't delay.; Addisa Tana ft LcAuguate,
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A paralari; tutrj ui W'T qvulll rhrikiaa sa ta
Bw.1 wosarfJ. M l U .
spermatorrhea and Impoteaoy,
muhH ulf abua. U r'. fal aam Is su.
r .ur. at OISM MM .uJ -full IU HIH ! IM Ml-
k'V.IU H hw.UU.WM, a.lUIH.1 l'lUMrtt.. lttl4Mll.
h. araawai. Uu. IBiiki. Di-uui. u-mmt. far-
i.loi, eii.i I'm., A.OT.IM iMati .tr.ai.iK
t-wlu.w of I4, l torn. I r-nar. . Milwia
aiariu laHr-r or ah.i.ir , arv wrckly aa
MuTVurw. SYPHILIS "T1
GLEET, airiciur.. uro.u.. ", e atraa
n?Z!fZi-r pru.l. dl.- .l"Kk'J . ,
llUa.Uoia.vl tkal apAjrfai.u vtop-.al
I. t rtlB siasa mi ilnaa in aa.! irvatln uouaaada aaaa
all. KNuirw rl .ll. TI jrulaa. IM..U fc U
MmmiLi .iii - mj aar.. WSa. k '''''
lut ia. fur fc. uuiaMit. MU.'tiM.asa ftiuq
a aasar 01 awn at
Car Oaaraaitet la all C
.HijSL?S:-it, m av.kw. ti
pmmmy a- a - . ..
m raaaal.ia aa imfm Amiii wSS Wi,
OtMraaat. aasitaaa, .All i. ai.lj ato4,rlfciv
ail msw. b4 a rata k sit. AAna a akaaa.
Sa aaara awi A. M. w t. V. taaaaja. I is if. a
OA TtTlOe ITaTaOaj
prices n o ra Tin
Room and Botrd, Itt and Si
Floors, $2.30 per Day
Boem andBord,Maiaaa.OO VetSar
pll lUtaa Vr Week U aak
A limited Bomber of very ieairaMe faSmat
rooms can be secured at reaaoaatil rates fat the
The St Charles Is the larfett and beet anjtota.
ed Ii ouse In boqUmth i lllnols, and Is the Vm4 taf
hotel In Cairo. Notwtthaunrttnf tne "Wtm
Kock" rednction to prteaa, the table Will,
usual, be liberally supplied with the very heel
f CTerythlnt that can be found i market .
Fine lam aamr-1 rooms far mm mail tier
elers, on around floor, free of chair.
tne netei wiwout caarg
r AIXT AHD OIIJ.
B. F. Blafeo
?aints, Oils, Varnlslies,
Vall Paper, Window Olass, Wla
dow Shades, o.
Always oa hand, the eelebreted IU
Corner Eleventh Street and Waaklat
JOHN H. XtTLXXT.
4ttrney at Iaw.
OrriCK t At residence on Ninth Street, bet
Washington avenue and Walnut Street
STRATTON ft BIBD,
AOXNTfl AMMUOAW TQWXiM . 00
57 Ohio Ivree.
f3UU outfit free.
II ALLET ft CO., Port-
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
rrwi WANT BOO mors nsti-.
CLA88 BEWINO MACHINE AGIN." X
AND BOO MEN OP KNBROT A I
ABILITY TO LXARNTRBBU8IK I
OP 8ELLINO SEWINO MACHINE
VARYING) AOOORDINQTO ATO-ITT.
OP THE AOBNT
Wilssn Sivisg Kiciie Co. Chicago
027 an 83d Broadway. New Toxk,
Mew Urleana, x.a.
A YEAR. AGENTS WANT
ED on our Grand Comkt
naUon Prospectua, reprssMl-
150 distimct BOOKS
Tb BlrsTca 5r
mad from this when JI
liter Tried, kalea
single Books fail. Alio, Agents wanted onJT
,HAb.Mril,SM IANII.I BlBLlO,
to ail other. With Invuluabl Illustrated
and Superb Bindings These Books beL
W orld, run particular tree. Anares J'
lOH publisher, Philad-
fi j a day at nome.
olZ and terms nwe.
ft CO., Augusta,
Cztra Pine Mixed Oarda, with nacn
IO eta., post paid. L. JOKE ft CO.,
sssau, M. Y.
tttn a Week te Agents. $10 Ot'TFIT
$55 TO $i-REE. P. O. VICKEKY.Au
nrilelAIIS No matter
how slightly dls
ius bow oft Id. Ae
rtnlOIVrVO .bled, lucrsausaow paid. A
vice and circohr fre.
T.'.McMiCStAZL, Atty, m,m
Eanaora ht., i'hila., Pa.
OR Pancy Mixed Card, latest styles . or 95
styles, with nan lOo , post ; oatA
t i o., P. O. box 41 Nassau .T.
eC EXTBA F1WB CAKOM. as tw. aHk.
3 with name. lOeSe. J. M. MABBEB.
Maiden Hriilge, X. Y.
? ttn per day ai hosne. Sample worth
$3 IO JaiUarree. tolLNSO-N ft CO.. Port
If. va frtnp, A MONTH received by our fraT
O StVe ate, btutlents wanted. alaiy U
Rltti-tion furnished. Ad-
GHAPU INSTITUTE, Janee-
Flne Mixed Csnls, with a ante, rvata
postpaid. 2'iforlO cent. A. TKAtB
ft CO.. North Ihatbasu, K. Y.
THE ENEMY OF OISEASE
THE FOE; OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
thus ersas ! ,
Which has stood tha teal of 4C
Years. J . .
Thera la no sora it will not Caal,
no laaoieneas it wUi not uura, bo
Aohe.no Pain, that -Qiots the Llua
ft wvuivr sv uvuj v a t.
or other Ponvaatio animal. t u
Doay. or tne Doay ox a utrw
esitvv. and BatoraO to XAfa baJ
sefulneas Uany a Valuable
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I ZBri!3,R3WinrTO!efA4jl4 1
ABertiiUiar Plant, neasa, ior
aoes not yitia to a ni tour-'
A bottle ooatlnf X3p., t Oc, I
haa aftam v-ad tha Ufa of a Cnzai I