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Mint of eo Aoarau, Br.Mnr .v wTii'
Me-l N. BthsUVt. IM
Six Mar ndmlrnls ol the navy
ill'1' within the Inst few wwks.
It will soon be In order to print Hayes1
lcUi-r of acceptance. People will be
waiting to rctcr to If to prove or disprove
It? writer's consistency.
Mi it at HalstiaD, editor of the Cin
cinnati Commercial wants to be Hayes'
Minister to France an J the probabilities
are that be will be.
Mb. Williams, member o( the house
ol reprctcnutivea irom Jeffrraon county,
hat Introduoel a Will to abolUh all the
normal nnlveriitles tn the atate.
Tni. Illinois senate on Thursday paawtj
the bill tpproprlatln fifty-one thousand
dollar! and the net earning ot the Illl
cols and Michigan canal for the comple
tion of the dam at Copperaa creek.
Ir ha been salJ Republic. are un.
frrateiul." This L not true in Alabama.
Under a law recently passed by the lejrls
lature, the state will hereafter pay for
the cork Iff of Its crippled aoldUra.
Al a conference of Southern liepubll
cacs la NVlilngton at which nearly all
of that class were rtpresentetl, It wa
"determined to recommend Alcorn for a
cabinet povltlon, and to request (Iayea,
In whatever patronage he meant to give
caret-baers, to make iuch appoint
ments aa would take that cltus out ot the
Southern country by giving them places
In Washington or abroad."
esatgh Sherman has boen in Colum
bus, Ohio, consulting with Mr. Hayes.
Sherman has been stuJying finance with
a view to practicing his knowledge at
secretary of the treasury wheu Mr. Hayes
gets In. Sherman brought out the Ohio
governor, Introduced hlin to the world
as his candidate for the preiJency, engi
neered the matter successfully at Cincin
nati, and has been largely instrumental,
In the back-ground, in having him
counted in at Washington. Of
court ttie senator will ret
his rvward, and after the count
has been finished according to pro
gramme and his man inaugurated, be
will be known as Secretary of the Treas
A Sax Francisco physician who be
lieves in the efficacy of blue gla?s as a
curative agency writes a letter to the
Sun t rancuco Uill in wnicii no warns
the public againat the injudicious ue of
the new remedy. He says:
It should only be uwd under the direc
tion ot a physician, and not as a patent
uudU'it.e, to be taken hap-hazard by the
njufi-es. While it U capable ot doing
much good, still I believe It may Le the
means ot harm, and the many failures
that will be sure to follow the
exu-nsivc popular use of the blue
glass, cauuut help throwing it
very mucu into disrepute, inereoy injur
ing the reputation of a valtble remedy.
At present there is an utter disregard or
ignoranceof any adaptation tocases.which
my exixru'iice ol nearly fourteen years
with the glass has shown me to be neces
sary for its complete success, The im-
iiroper use or arrangement or blue glass,
believe to be capable ot producing
mental dinturbanee, aud therefore, if for
uo other reason, it should not be used in
discriminately. HAVE' CABIXET.
Hayes' cabinet, as made tip arcordlng
to tua latest reports from aslnngton,
will be: For secretary of state Win. M.
Evarls who is to be thus rewarded for
securing the electoral votes of Florida
and Louisiana for Hayes; Judge Mc
Crary of Iowa, for secretary ot the In.
terior, it having been decided that Iowa
is too good a Republican state not to be
represented in the cabinet ; the claims of
the Republican party in Kentucky are to
be satUtied by placing Gen. Harlan,
law partner of Bristow, in the
place now occupied by Tait of Ohio. If
this appointment is not made aud Hayes
should decide "to call to his councils
another southern man besides Gwi.
Harlan the contest will lie between Sena
tor Key, ot Tennessee ; Senator Alcorn,
of Mississippi ; and Representative John
Hancock, of Texas. The sentiment of
the south is about equally divided be
tween Key and Hancock."
For secretary ot the navy, Eugene
Hale of Maine, now congressman from
that state, may be chosen. Gen. George
S. Bangs, now assistant treasurer at Chi
cago, Is mentioned as a strong candidate
for the position of secretary of the navy,
whose friends will urge him lor the place
with vigor if not with success.
The lower branch of the general as
sembly on Friday passed the bill amend
ing the temprance law of 1874. The sec
tions amended are section 2 and 6, and
the amendments are as follows :
Cam O UMiAiivn hat ltavlnrv IttAnra
OCVi 4 UUv 1VI liwii tin J aujj, s av. a- w
to keep a dram-shop shall, by himself or
another, either as principal ner- or ser
vaut. directly or indirectly sell any iutox
icating liquor in any less quantity than
one gallon, or in any quantity, to
be drank upon the premise or in
or uuon adjacent room, building
yard, premises or place of public- resort,
shall be lined not less than $20 nor more
than $100, or imprlsoued in the county
jail not less than ten nor more than
thirty day, or loth, in the discretion ot
bee. 0. Whoever, by himself, or hla
shall aeii or give
1 without tbi writtei
uor ta inv minor
without the written order of hit par
ent, guardian or family physician,
Ota, XJ-iallejtla, 33vs.UASrxr. Con Twrtfth Street tni
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25 1877.
or to any peron Intoxicated, or who Is
in the habit of getting intoxicated shall,
lor each offence, be fined not less than
120, nor more than HOO, or imprisoned
In the county 111 not leu, thnn tea nor
more than thlt ty day., or both, accord
ing to the nature of the offence.
The amendment, were adopted by a
ot of one hundred and one yeas to
iPRor. AI.I.FW r rEjn the jioii-
StAIa AT VAKbUNIMU,
Somebody in L'arbondale is opposed to
the Normal University at that place, or
more properly perhaps, is opposed to the
corps of teachers now conducting that
Institution. This sojnebody, not long
since wrote a letter to tht Chicago Timet
iu which It wat asserted that
all the teachi-n tn the University
are Methodists except one ; that Dr.
Thomas, abrothrn-)nwof Ofn. Login,
It kept at a large salary, hears no classes
recite and has not tor six months ; that
tht average attendance at the school 1
one hundred and sixty pupils ; that the
most of tue.-e pay night dollars a term tu
ition, and that it costs the stats one hun
dred and forty dollars a year to teach
each ot ; lie students at the Normal.
Prof. Robert Allyn, principal ot the
university, takes up bis good steel pen in
defense ol the institution oyer which be
presides, aud Informs the editor of the
Tin i and through him many thousands
of rtaJers everywhere, that onlv four of
the Urn teachers in the Normal are Meth
odists ; that Gen. Logan' brother-in-law
is curator of the Institution at a small sal
ary, attend to Lis business every day,
teaching fully a third of a year, but Las
not bad a class for something over a
month at present; that the
average attendance at the Lnl
yertity in the two and a half years ot
its exlstance has been two hundred and
twenty-eis , tui more than three fourths
of tbes3 pay only a nominal sum lor in
cidental expenses and that it com the
state not quits fifty-two dollars a piece a
year lor their Instruction.
Adeline Fatti wants a divorce from
her husband, the Marquis of Caux.
Lady Smith, an Engliah lady, widow
of the late president ot the Linnxn
society, died a few days since in London,
aged one hundred and four years.
The expense of the Hampton gov
ernment In South Carolina are paid out
of the proceeds ot masked balls given to
raise funds for the purpose.
It was ex-postmaster general Jewell
who discovered while in Russia that
skins dressed with birch bark tar makes
the Russia leather which has long sold at
such extravagant prices In this country.
A colored Justice of the peace In
Louisiana parish, having grown tired of
the business, recently sold his commis
sion for fifty dollars. The purchaser
was surprised when he went to take pos
session, to learn that commission were
not articles of sale.
At a banquet recently given to Miss
Helen Taylor, Sir George Campbell, in
proposing the health ot the queen, aid
that although he was not a woman's
rights mar, in the common acceptation
he did not wish that the Salic law might
be so completely reversed that in En.
eland the throne should be hereafter oc
copied only by women. The eentiment
was received with loud and prolonged
appl iuse, and the members of parliament
present, among whom were Stansfeld
and Roebuck, seemed no less pleased
with It than the others. The pleasure dis
played was due to the feeling that the
general abstinence of the queen from po
litical aflairs, especially sinco her con
sort's death, has set an example from
which none ot her sex will be likely to de
part. E. F. saaakera Bitter Win of Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, dinl-
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, niubt sweat, cola leet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite wito dyspeptic symp
toms, bit hands, flashing ol the boiy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruption-, un the face, purityins; the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black spots rljiug before thd eyes
wiih temp. nary sumsion ana lose ot sigut,
want ol attemlon, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel'a timer VUue ol
Iron, it never un. inousanaa are now
enjoying bealtii who have use a It. lake
only E. F. Kunkcl's.
beware ot counterfeits ana nase imita
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so well kno n all over the country, drug,
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Kunkei's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
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wines of AM kixhn,
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
Md8Ba. PMTTH f-o. have SonatanUy
t . .Urir ,uck. .' f1 Kooda lu the mar
kot, and give especial attenUos to the v.holesal
raauh of th business.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal bj tha oar-lond
1,011. or in hogsheada, for shipment
aromptly attended to.
t9To large conaumers ar.d all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aontn or year, at uniform rates.
CAOsO CXTT UOaL COKPAHT.
rf-Hall May Bro.'s offlce, Ko. 70 Ohio Levee.
fcf-HAirtday Bro.'s wharf boat.
tjAt Egyptian MUla, or
fcfAt the Coal Dump, foot f Thiity-Elghtb
EI-Pot Office Drawer, SOU.
Evansvlile, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evana
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant aide-wheel steamer
A'altxh B. Pbkkiwotoh - -.. ,. Master
uablbs Pknninutos ..Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock II. Dl.
The fleet steamer
Bcir How abo..
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
H yh tin&t ni.kea rloaa connections at Cairo
With nrat-daas steamer for Ht. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evanaville witn
lbs E. C. B. K. for all points North and East ,
sd with tha Iiuiaville Mall b learners to ball
points ou the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipt on frelgbU and passengers to all points
ror urther information apply to
SOL. 81LVEU, Passinger Agent.
HA1.UHAY BROS., Ant.
J. M. PHILLIPS, j""
Or to U. J.GRAMMER,
Superintendent and Genural ('might Agent,
lo-S-'Ai-lr. Evanaville Indiana.
WHOLESALE AND B.ETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uornr 10th fit. and GommsrciaJ At;
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
11,200 PROFIT QS JIO0
Mad aay day ia Puts eas CUi. latreal sccordiag
to voursaeea. S10. ) or S1U0. hi STUCK PRIV
ILEOKS. has brought a small fbrtuae lo th careful
uva.iur. W earls whsa and hew t OPERA V K
SAFkLY. Uoek wtth full iafuiisllna strntfrts
Aearaseurdssi by snail aad saUarap to
Bixm ts). co-
Caaksrs aa Braksc JX Watt St . X. t
prices mm to suir m rofii-
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Bom and Board, Sd riser M. 00 Per Day
paalal Rts hr Wk er tfsata
A limited number of very desirable family
rooms can be secured tnun.),u .IT.iLi
The st. Charles Is the largest and best atmofnta.
iiun j f",uiw'nianaing th "Bed
Rock" reduction In price, the table will m
usual, be , liberally ppiel with theryWS
of everything that can be found in market?
r ine larH ftfimnlst rrvima rm MMHK i
elers, on ground Door, free of charge.
.J-l1 ba'gageof guests conveyed to and trow
the beta! without charge.
c.f nT.-r l Ji,( .ArlCtM. of
Raddlng KtanU, torn, o..
Cl?t? w"k sn your
own town. Term and
il. II ALLT A CO.. Part-
land, Maine. .
"A lUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
nW want soo sronn wrnnT.
CLASS 8EWINC, MACHINE AOEXTO.
AND 600 MEN OF KNKROY AK'J
ABILITY TO LEARNT UP. BUSINESS
OF SELLING) BEWINO MACHINE)
COMPENSATION LIBERAL. BUT
VARYING ACCORDINOTO ABTLITY.
CHARACTER and ftTJALLFlOATIONSi
OT THE AORNT. FOB PARTIOTJ
Wilsoa Unm4 Mi:b;si Co. Ciici. .
827 and 829 Broadway, New ?"ork, oc
New Orleans, La.
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