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at, r. Kakl' Bitter Wine mt Iroai
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weakn, attended with symptoms ; lndls
poHitlon to exertion, low of memory, dltJl
tulty of breathing, general weakness, horror
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ful horror of death, night .w eals, cold feet,
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versal latitude ot the muscular syotem,
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ruptioiu en tue face, pnrifyinx tUe blood,
..iJl i. h. K...V heaviness of the.eyelldit,
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
tomnnrarv aulntiion and loss Of Sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkal'a Bitter V iuo of
if nvp ftiiu. Thousands are bow
mviiH' health who hava used it. Take
.,!!." V k'uiikal'H.
u-u'.rri or iKimitiTfalt and base imita
tions. As Kuukel's Hitter Wine of Iron t
to well known all over the country, drug
ifihU themselves make en imitation and try
to ell it oil to their customers, when they
.n .,r Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot Iron,
wnniiM'i Bitter Wine of Iron la put up
nni In ! bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nieelv put on the outside with the pro
prietor's Photograph on the wrapper oi
?" w Aiwavs look for th photo
rU on iho ouUide, and you wUl always
Vw. kiire to Kt the srenulne. One dollar per
hotX. or sfi for tS. Sold by druggists and
ttesleis evervwhera f
ALL WOBMS EEMOVED AUTX.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Byrup nevet falls
todestrey Pin fieat and bwmach Worno.
w KiiVkel the only succewdul physician
lr. Kunkei, tne on J . hourt
Common aeua - . .? rtadilv
be removed, all other worms can be . d"y.
destroyed.' Bend tor circular to 3
k.L 5o. Kortt ihiand ssk
DLla. Pa., or eaU on your drurstst anda
For botUa!il ttunksVa Vara JP-
Prtee.m)' Uneter aua.
Uatbv will declare bis cabinet to-tnor
Eur. Pinkiton la now certain that
the has not lived la rain.
THF.RKisa "Conkllng tuoyeuient" in
New York to prevent the appointment of
Mr. Evartft in Hayes cabinet.
Asd Joyce I atlll In durance vile.
'ItiOUKn not the chief ulnner, hell the
chief nftorer of all the whlaky ring.
Gov. XiCMOLtl U very sick ; on Satur
day and Sunday ne one but. attendant
and friend i were admitted to his bedside.
Washington Is crowded it ithOliloang,
orne of whom have gone to ee the In
auguration ceremonica, and many of
them to push their chances for office at
the hands of their fellow citizen Hayes
"If," tar the Terre Haute Exprtti,
"John Sherman takes tbesecretarj-shlp of
the trwunry intho. cabinet of Mr. Hayes,
Ohio will 1111 the tour offices of the
irentert importance In the country ,to-wit:
President, chief-Justice, general ol the
army and head of the treasury,"
Every prominent man In the Repub
lican party who wants an oOlce claims
that ho nominated Hayes. Postmaster
f'illey, of gt. Louis, lias been brought
oat tor postmaster-general on the pound
that be led the Misxourl delegation at
Cincinnati to bolt from Morton to Hayes,
and thus nominated the latter. The Wash
ington correspondent of the New York
Herald says "Postmaster General Ty
nsr's friends have always boasted that
Jim Tyner was the man, and they feel
great contempt for Mr. Filler. Secre
tary Don Cameron'a friends vehemently
Insist that he was the Clucber of the
Cincinnati convention, who routed
Blaine and Morton and nominated Hayes,
and they profess contempt both for FLU
ley and Tyner as the raoet brazen pre
tenders. Senator Dorsey's friends claim
that the Hayes result was doe to bis extra
ordinary political skill, and turn up their
noses at Filley, Tyner and Cameron.
Old Mr.- Howard, ot Michigan, bas
friends who think It a piece ot impu
dence tor either Filler, Tyner, Cameron
or Dorsey to set up bogus claims when
old Mr. Howard, as they say, is known
to all the world and the rest of mankind
the real, genuine, . original "Jacobs
who nominated Hayes.' Finally, there
are people who assert that If the man
who really nominated Hayes is to be
postmaster-general hlsname will have to
be Thomas Murphy."
MTTELIa I.IVIXU AUK.
The numbers of The Living Age for the
weeks ending February 21th and March
3d contain The Life ot the Prince Con
sort, br lit. Hon. W. E. Gladstone,
Church Quarterly Review; Forel on the
Aut of Switzerland, Edinburgh Review ;
Magazine Literature, Chureh Quarterly ;
Goethe in bis Old Age, by Edward Bar
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Weimar under Schiller and Goethe, Con
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Wit in Court, Leiturt Hour;
The Eastern Polar Basin, by Au
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Happened, by Karissa itosavo, Victoria
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George MacDonald, and of William
Black's new serial, together with' choice
poetry and miscellany.
The back numbers containing the first
instalments ot MacDonald's new serial
are still sent gratia to new subscribers
for. 1877. For tifty-two numbers, of
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than 3,000 pages a year), the subscription
price ($S) is low; while for $10.50 the
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American $4 monthlies or weeklies with
The Living Age tor a year, both postpaid.
Liltol & Gay, Boston, are the publshers,
tuk Ann rem or rnr. natiobai.
The nddPMt ImimJ hy the National
Democratic committee declares that two
tacts stood out prominently during the
late political canvass, and that these were:
Finf The Republican party, true to
its sectional nature, thought to unify the
North against a solid South, and while
engaged in that effort It was striving to
make good Ita probable losses in the
North by dividing the votes of tbe South.
This division it sought to ettect by an un
constitutional use of the army in South
Carolina, Florida and Louisiana.
2. The troops were sent to those states
when there was neither Invasion nor do
mestic insurrection to require them, with
a legislature easily to be convened. The
only demand tor their presence was
made by the state executive.
The address declares that the elections
in these two states were eid
In the shadow of military power"
It reviews the Republican conspiracy to
change the result ot the election, formed
immediately after tbe 7th of November
last ; also tbe course of the electoral com-
.mission; declares that Ruthertord B.
Hayes' title to . the presidency of the
United States resta "upon the dlsran.
ehisement of lawful voters, and false
certificates of returning officers acting
corruptly, and tbe decision of a commit
ion whteh baa refused to hear evidence
Offlaw. Stxllatiaa, aivLll
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MARCH 6 1877.
of alleged fraud," and concludes as fol
For the first time are tho American
people confronted with the fact of a pres
ident fraudulently elected. . Ills Inaugu
ration will be peaceful, and In that hour
the most Infamous conspiracy of all his
tory will receive its crown. In tho ex
citing days Just past the forbearance of
the people baa maintained peace. Let it
not, however, from this be understood
that the fraud to be consummated March
4 will be silently acquiesced in by the
country. It no hour pas In
which the umrpation bs forgot
ten. Let agitation be unceas
ing, that at every opportunity the
people may express their abhorrence ot
the outrage. Let a want of confidence
be voted at every electlou in Mr. Hayes
and l is administration. Both must be
controlled by conspirators who have
elected the one and will organize the
other, and whatcrer of good may come
from either will always be darkened by
the stain upon their title. Let the Demo
cratic parly at once organize for new
contests, to secure overwhelming victo
ries that conspirators may never again
attempt the experiment Jwhich now hu
miliates the republic, and has installed in
its highest office a usurper.
The address Is signed by Frank H.
nurd, Ohio; Randall Oibsen, Louisiana;
Josiah G. Abbott, Mass); Otto U. Single
ton, Mast j Wm. P. Lynde, Wisconsin.
The poet Longfellow was seventy
years of age last week.
Memphis loses ten thousand dollars
annually through the present mode of
Another triumph for tbe woman
a he university of London baa de
cided to admit them to medical degrees.
Mrs. Ellen G. Tupper, the noted
bee-culturist of Iowa, who was convicted
some time ago ot forgery, has becnar
quitted on tbe ground of Insanity.
The treasury committee of the Brit
ish parliament bas submitted a report on
meteorological observations In which it
suggests the adoption of the American
Ohio bas passed a compulsory edu
cation bill which will take effect next
September and compels all children in
the state between tbe ages of eight and
fourteen years to attend school at least
twelve weeks in eacb year, not less than
six weeks of each attendance to be con
secutive. A colored woman aged one hundred
and twelve years was baptized In New
Vork last week Sunday. While she stood
In the pool and before the baptismal
words were pronounced, she addressed
the congregation, advising young people
not to put off the day ol salvation, as she
bad done, until the alpvanth hour.
Slavery is slowly but surely dimin
ishing and dying out in Brazil. By the
law of 1871 all the children of negroes are
born tree. In the province of San Paulo
the number of slaves, in three years, de
clined from 147,748 to less than 136,000.
In 111 of the 1C1 parishes of that prov
ince, 19,173 children of slaves, happier
than their parents, . were born free be
ings. In the province of Pernambuco
tbe number ot slaves has been reduced
from 106,201 to 100 000, and 12,312 slave
children were born into freedom. The
same ratio oi decrease is visible in other
provinces throughout the empire.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
The Ilea nit Rtpnblieane Qalet bat
Jubilant A Cait lnaaarallea
Tne Penalty of f ailure 1 tie A est
From our refoiar Correspondent.
Washixgtok, March 2, 1877.
This morning at four o'clock, after an
all night session, the flags that have
floated over the capltol, (Indicating a con
tinuous seskion) ever since the electoral
count commenced, were taken down, and
the booming of cannon announced to tbe
half-awakened citizens, and happy gov
eminent clerks and clerkesses, that the
count had been completed. If anyone
doubted the result he would have been
rcasiured by the solitary, flag floating
over the department of which Mr. Chand
ler is secretary. To the last moment the
result seemed doubtful. The Democrats
who were determined to oppose aud
stave off the Inevitable, gained
strength as the night wore
on, led by the consummate
ability of Mr. Field and Mr. Springer,
and seconded by a majority of the party
in the house; it teemed, at times, that
the filibusters would be able to continue
their programme for forty-eight hours
longer, and there can be no doubt that
the alternative that finally persuaded
many Democrats to vote with the Re
publicans was :
OUT HAVES OUT ANARCHY.
Last night tbe thousands In Washing-
who lire in, through, and by politics,
went to bed with hope and foreboding
for there was a light in the clouds under
the bronze gaddess ot liberty, In tbe
dome of the capltol. The domo Is always
lighted when there Is a night session,
proclaiming to the country for miles
around that the national legislature Is In
session. This morning, while many are
disappointed and worse than disap
pointed, there will no doubt be an almost
universal acquiescence In tbe result, and
a general thankfulness that tbe danger
ous question Is forever settled. While
Republicans are of course exultant, they
THK GOOD T AST
To make little outward, manifestation of
' The Inauguration will be the quietest
and least ostentatious that bas occurred
for rear ; there will be but little pagean
try, no Inaago ration ball, soareeJy any
dinar. emt WwwlftJs, Stxaat m&
of the customary Joliflcatlon. Tbe result
has been ti long In doubt that there has
been left no time (or preparation.
It Is realized on all sides that this Is an
epoch In our political history, fraught
with political fortune or death to famous,
notorious, well-known and almost un
known men. Political parties will con
done crimes but they
WILL NOT roRGlVK MISTAKES
And failures. They have cot the pro
phetic prescience ot history, but judge
every measure by the rule ot success.
They will uot say, as history will say,
that if Thurman, Bayard, Hill, Watter-
son, and others, had not favored the
electoral bill, the country would have
been Mexicanlzed ; but, that these men
betrayed the Democratic candidate. We
may expect In the next two years re
markable changes In, the personnel of
An extra session ot congress It Is now
conceded will be Indiepenslble. It will,
assemble early In May and be ot short du
ration. The Democratic majority in the
house, and tbe Republican majority In
tbe senate will be nearly equal. The
CONTEST FOR TBE SPEAKERSHIP
Of the Forty fifth cougress has already
commenced, and, It is said, exercised
an influence upon, if it did not
affect tbe final result of the
count. Mr. Randall occupied a position
very trying to his popularity, and to his
chances for re-election. When he fav
ored the filibusters he estranged the Con
servatives, and when his rulings were hi
favor of the Conservatives he enraged
the filibusters. He was between two
fires and It is thought by many that bis
chances for the speakership of the forty-
fifth coagress have been annihilated.
Messrs. Wood, Cox and Sayler will be
candidates. Mx. Springer, ot Illinois,
will have great strength with the ex
treme wing ot the party, as will also Mr.
Field; but it is not improbable that
ClarksonN. Potter, who, take him all in
all, will he the most eligible Democrat
In the Forty-fifth congress, will be the
coming man. In tho . senate, Morton,
Edmunds, Hoar, Blaine, Ferry, and per
haps others will be candidates for the
office of president pr Urn.
President-elect Hayes has just arrived
and is the guest of Senator Sherman.
The rough and tumble fight for office
has already commenced, and tbe hoard
ing house and restaurant business will be
lively In Washington. C.
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CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869,
CITY KATIONALBANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORIV, President.
8 8. TATI.OH. Vice President,
w, UYbtjp. Seo'T and Treasurer.
P.W. Babclat, ' Cha.. Gatjoitbb,
f. M. 8Tocxrt.i-ra, PaulG. Scnca,
B. H. Ccb-mlmoi.aji. n L. H.i.unAT,
J. M. Phillits.
rSTEREST paid on depoaiu at the rata of six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ynr. Interest not withdrawn is added imme
1 lately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
livinK them eomnound interest
Iff anied Women and Children may
. Deposit Money and no one
else can draw It. .
Open every bunineesday from 9a.m. to S p.ra
nl Saturilay evenings for savings deposits only
rom to 8 o'clock.
W. HTSXOF. Treaaarer.
T Bms, President H. Wclla, Ceshier.''
i. Nfir. Vice I'ree't. T. J. Kerth. Asst. sak'r
Corner Ooaamerolri At, and St Street
F. Bross, Cairo. Wru. Khige, Cairo.
P. Netf, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.-
K , Ruaauka, Cairo. R. K Blllingiley, St. Louis.
E. liudrr, Cairo U. Wells, Cairo.
. . It. Brinkman. M. Louis. ' :
j J. Y. Clenuoa, Caledoula.
Oeneral Baukiaa Bnataeaa Dona.
rfEr"ange sold and bought. Interest paid
S the Saving. LVpaxtment. Collection made,
ml all business puumptlr attended to.
City .National Bank'
CAPITAL - $100,000
orncBBs ' .
, W. F. II ALT JD AT, President. . " "
1 HENRY L. 1IALUDAY. Vic4.
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DISECTOKS ; "- - ' " "
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H L. HiUWAV, ., W. P. HAU4DAV..
. A . B. aawatta, io - '
Exchange, Coin and United Btatea
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS reastv4 end a general Banking
v. b. eniTH
Physlciau it, Sartreon, '
Oltiw in Wurtar's Uluck. comer Seveamkaad
Commercial Avenue, (entraiica oa Seveatal. .
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