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Attll. JrAiU soidiei
ii4blcd inline of duty, if by
UOV. llATr.9 DM TlOt Jet rC8ijjnCI M
trorcrnor of Oblo. Does be itlll doubt
(he remit of the count?
Gov. Ccllom, It la annouDoed, will ap
point A. M. Jones, of Jo Daviess, county,
. II. Jones, of ktangamon, and Col. A
V. Kabcork, penitentiary commissioners.
IBB Illinois senate has passed a bill
amending the exemption act so that no
property, real or personal, shall be ex
empt from talc or execution for taxes
nor for purchase money.
IIavks keep It before the people that
lie is a srood sleeper. It is his strong
point that he has not lost a nights' sleep
through ail the uncertainties of this roost
uncertain eight month's can vans. Great
man, is Hayes.
at a caucus 01 me Kepublican mem
bers of tbe general enbly held on
luesday night, a resolution was passed
Instructing the Illinois senators, Jedge
Dayls Included, to use their influence to
hare Gen. Logan appointed by Hayes
seeretary ot war.
Tuit New York Tribune says the "once
opprobrious epithet ot Southern 'fire-
eater must be formally read out ot the
language, liea Hill, ot Georgia, and
John loung Brown, of Kentucky, are
striving to hold in check the reTOlution-
isU ot Nw York, Ohio and Illinois. "
I'aor. A. Graham Bell Is lecturing In
Salem, Massachusetts, on his wonderful ,
Invention, th telephone, or the speaking
telegraph, and Mr. Elisha Gray has re
cently lectured in Chicago on hi won
dcrlul invention, the telephone or the
speaking telegraph. Which was the in
ventor? is now asked.
It U said that an arrangement has been
made to have Hayes sworn Into office by
Chief J ustice Waite at the white house oa
Sunday noon, "in the presenceof a few
witnesses." This way ot smuggling
Hayes into the presidency would be a fit
ending to the work of the tribunal, and
an apropos introduction of the returning
board president to the chlel magistracy of
thse United States.
Tat Chicago Tribune is dead-set
against ex-Gov. Beverldge getting any
aDDolntment under Hayes. It aays be
ought not to be' hungry for office, " be
cause he has rolled In office ! ue
has had a carnival ol office, having rota
ted continually Irom one office Into an
other; and that his descending on Gov.
Hayes on Sunday eight will not square
with that gentleman's notions of ciyil
Tut struggle for office under the civil
srvice reform promised by Hayes has
begun, and for the next few months the
public will learn more than it now knows
of the dishonesty, the trickery and the
general unfitness of the average Republi
can for positions ot honor and profit. Each
particular organ is telling on all the can
didates except its own, and between them,
the knavery of all will be exposed as
thoroughly as Democrats could desire.
Tux following is a synopsis of the bill
lately Introduced lu the state legislature
to establish a state board of health : Tbe
bill was prepared by Dr. Gray, of Bloom
ingten, and provides for the appoitmcnt
by the governor of seven persons as
members of such board, to serve seven
years, one going out of office each year.
The board is to have supervision ot pub
lic health, and of all matters
pertaining to quarantine, wttn power
to make all necessary rules for
the improvement and preservation
of health. The bill also provides for a
system of registration ot vital statistics,
and make it tbe duty of all physicians,
accouchers and coroners to report all
births aad deaths to the county clerk,
who is required to report the statistics
annually to the secretary of the state
board of health. The board is to make
an annual report, and the members are to
be paid only for their expenses while on
business of the board, the secretary being
the only salaried officer.
OITK WCLLM THE rOBEXOST
The Chicago Evening Journal echoes
the belief of the Inter-Ocean that Robert
G. Iugersoll will be offered by Hayes the
ministry to France. The Inter-Ocean
thinks that 'he ought to have this be
cause he deserves something worth bav
ing," and the Journal, because, "In tbe
conflict which began with the guber
natorlal battle in Maine and closed
on November oth, Iugersoll was
the supreme hero." Now there may be
some truth in this. Ingcrsoll fought
like a soldier during the canvass he was
the oratorical captain of the campaign and
deservedly wore the laurels. True, the
burden ot his oratorical efforts was tbe
"bloody shirt," but figuratively speaking,
he waved it in such an eloquent manner
he painted it In such burning words, that
Republicans forgot , the thread-bareness
ot the theme In the fiery eloquence
that surrounded it with a new and vivid
Interest, and many Democrats read Bob
Ingersoll's speeches with a sneaking ad
miration (or the ibllity of the man who
made them. But though all this is part
of the history of the Hayes canvass, it is
also; true that not all the speeches made
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CAIRO, 1XLINOIS. FRIDlY. MARCH 2 1877.
by Ingcrsoll from Maine to Illlrol en
title him to any special reoog-iition
at the hands of the present
that Is to be next week. They did not
help to elect Mr. Hayes on the 7th of
November. Mr. Hayes was not QtcUxl
on that day ; his succession to the irtsi
dency was net assured oa that day k on
that day, the people, by a majority of a
quarter of a million ol rotes, signified to
Mr. Hayes that he was not their cholo
for the chief magistrate of the nation.
For some days afterward the Republi
cans seiuea uown Into the belief that the
sceptre was about to pats away from
them, and the Republican organs, melan
choly but almost resigned. Informed their
readers In big and emphatic head lines
tnat the party had been 'scooped.
In tha first dazM hours atar tho ejec
tion, the Louisiana rattu-tnng ooard utvu
bn forgotten. Tbe returning board
did not forget, however ; It came to the
rescue, and determined to make Mr.
naves president la spite of such a small
obstacle as a quarter-million major
ity vote. And in this work, J. Madison
Wells was the "supreme hero." By
transposing two words in the Immortal
couplet of; Addison, Wells .'adapted
them to hli own peculiar circumstances: 1
. . . .
ne said to bkS comnanlons;
Tit not In mcrtaU to deterre lucces.
But we'll do I uwe, Sempraaiotu j ti'IIcw
With a Jinm$e unequaled by Bob In
gersou la any of his speeches.
Wells went to work; he threw
out parishes, altered returns and In
uuigeu in otDsr tactics known only to
the members of a Radical retarninir board.
unui ne Had accomplished his duty to his
party by transferrins; the electoral vote ot
Louisiana from J4r. Tilden to Ruther
ford B. Haves.
And thui It stands to reason that if the
bast offices are to be given to luosa who
have done the most for Haves, J. Madison
Wells, the hero, of t)m after-campaign
struggle in Louisiana, who succeeded In
his self-imposed task of making a Repub
jiean president, is entitled to the pick of
all the places. Mr. Ingersoll, the unsuc
cessful hero of the campaign proper.
must be willing to stand back.
The Cairo lawyer .who abuses a wit
ness on the stand is sooner or later oyer-
taken by a blow on tbe ear, and Cairo
lawyers speak softly when they cross-
examine. Detroit Free Preu.
John Swill, aged 02, known about
Ada, O., for forty years as a rag-picker
and miser, was robbed of 110,000 in cur
rency and sliver, a few days ago, by men
he fnllneew -- - - . - lew
biin as he stepped lrom a farm house.
A Halifax dispatch announces the
greatest consternation in Novia Scotia
over the discovery of the fart that
through the use of a wrong seal all acts
since ISC9 are void. There is no parlia
mentno governmentell marriages
etc., etc., are illegal, and there is trouble
New Orleans 2W : "The Rev. C. F
Weldon, father of W. H. Weldon, arrived
at the state house on Saturday morning.
Weldon, sr., is a small sized, scholarly
looking man, apparently about sixty
years of age. He was in company with
Gen. Cyrus Bussey. He and Gen. Bus-
sey called on Mr. Packard, and after a
short conversation .were shown to the
room of Weldon, jr. As already reported,
Weldon, sr., is a minister of tb Lutheran
Church, Rnd resides at uemlenem, Penn
sylvania. Tiie meeting between father
and son is reported to have been very af
fecting. Mr. Weldon said to his son that
he was exceedingly grieved to find him
involved in such trouble, but that having
committed a crime against the lawt, he
would have to bear the punishment. He
said to him, however, that when bt had
satisfied the demands ct the law, the
doors of his father's house would be oen
No SO Ohio Levee,
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IU0D FROFIT 0! U
Made any day in Putt and Colli. Invest according
to yoarmcaas. $10, $60 or $100, in STOCK PUIV
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veetor. We advise when and how te OPERA TK
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Addmeoraere by aaau aad lelcsrapti to
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Bankaraand Broker 17 Wall St. N, T
Dealer m Fresh Meal.
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KCCPS tor aalethe beat Beef, Pork, Muttaa
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OFTICE-Ia tha Alexander County Bank,
If CAIRO. ILtlXOIS.
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tc., promptly attended to. IneiiUons that
ittll , in moat
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AdmlBlatrator'B Katie. '
Estate of Charles Borker deceasad. '
Tlie undenlfrned, having- been appointed ad
ministrator of the eetat of Charles locker, lata
of the county of Alexander and sate of Illi
nois, dec meed, hereby gives notice st he will
appear before th county court ol Alexander
couaty, at the court house in Cairo it the April
term, on the third Monday in Ajril next, at
which time ail persons having; cliims agaiaiit
said estate are nolifled and request! to attend
for the purpose of having- the aane adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate ire requested
to make Immediate payment to Uieundemiifned.
Dated tin id day of February, 1. l. ltfTT.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President.
8.8. TATLOB. Vice President.
W. UYftLOP, Seo'v and Treasurer,
P.W. Babclat, CnAS. Gauobbr,
r. M. Btockplbtb!, pArx O. heal uii ,
a. II. CCXKUteilAIf . II. L. IIAU.1DAT,
J. M. Pnuxip.
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percent, per annum. March 1st and Septem
ber let. Interest not withdrawn is added imme
liately to th principal of the deposits, thereby
riving mem ouuuwunu roiereat
Harried Women and Children may
uepoBit aoury nuu no one
else can draw it.
Opn every business day fromna.m. to S p.m.
ai Saturday evenings for saving; deposits only
rom 6tg 8 o'clock.
W. HY9XOP. Treaanrer.
r Bros, Presiilcnt.
l Sea. Vioal'rxe't.
H. Welle, Cashier.
X. J. her th. Aast, aah'r
umDm aom m
Corner Commercial Ava. and 8t Street
K. Bros, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
V. StU, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.-
A SuHsnka. Cairo. R.L.BilluiKsluy,t. Louia.
E. Iludur, Cairo. H. Well, Cairo.
F. tl. Brinkman, ht. Louis,
J. Y. Clemaoo, Caledonia.
V tieneral Banblua; Bualneaa bone,
tl-Exchanire sold and bought Interest bald
n in Having Dvparimeni. Miueciiuo maa,
na ail ousia ess promptly atunueu tu.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
W. P. nALLIDAY, President.
HENRY I.. UALIJDAY, VkcPreal.
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