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I'np.siDENT IIayes I not a communl
catire man. r
Jaue II. Sclmvax, who wu the
"fuiirr man" of the Vlckuburg Herald
a year or so afro, Is the editor of the
Dally Commercial, hint HtarUd on Its
jottroaljutic career in Vlckuburf.
Or the Ilamptoa tax the Charlpftoo
Newt and Courier of the 21 aaya : Le
aenr, thr? special Ufputy for collecting
the Honrtpton tax, arrtrerj In thts city
yesterday from McCkllansvllle and Um.
wherein (ttat scollou, and reports much
lucccKs. Vcoplc there who had not paid
taxct lor kfvnral yean, and who had do
Urmlned nvrr to pay until a lemo
cratle goyprnment was In power, came
forward cheerfully and paid their quota.
Mr. LfoeKiw will next vlrit the sea
liilaifl.o, and expects that the trip will
occupy a week or two.
II A. rev FIHtT VIRIT TO GB43IT.
The Wanhinton correepondent of the
New York Herald fives a jrrapblc di,--erlptioi
ot the fiit meetltijf of Gover
nor Hayes and President Grant at the
white house. Contrary to the uf uul tti
q'lttte on uch occasion, the prekident
elect called on the outgoing executive.
It will be seen that the "self-pulse'' which
Hayes' Irieudt are fon l vt eiiuiiieratinp
amori? hit cliaracteri-ttc, deserted hitu
on this occasion, md that, (or thu time
being, he was too full for utterance :
Just as the president and hi cabinet
had seated themBelves lor their regular
Friday sesnlon several carriages ap
Ieared in the president's ground and
were rapidly driven to the white house
door. In a few momeuls tli preld nt
eW-et and those accompanying hl.n were
ushered Into the cabinet room. The
pr--ident elect advanced the room, and
I'relu.-.t Grant had scarcely time to rie
frutn hi) chair when the president
elect reached him. Tbe latter, grasping
lug President Grant's hand In both of his.
ait 1 looking In the president's ryes,
seemed for a moment too overcome for
exprciloii. Ircsident Granf,more self-
possessed, spoke up heartily and said.
'Gov. Hayes, I am glad to welcome you.
I congratulate you upon your election
and your scte arrival iu Washington."
Tlie prtident-elet:t, recovering him
self, replied: 'Thm.k you. Mr. rresl
dcut, fur your welcome and congratula
tions. My journey has been a sale and a
The president, turning, presented bee-
retarles Chandler and Cameron. At this
moment .Secretary Fih tintcrcd and was
presented ; next followed Tostmastcr
General Tyner, then Attorney General
Tuft and then Secretary Robeson, all
of whom were In turn pre
sented. Owing to Illness, Secretary
Morrill was absent. Assistant Secretary
Conaut, who represented blm, was pre
sented to the President elect by Post
master General Tyner. The President
Invited the President-elect to a seat at the
Cabinet table, and was about entering
into conversation w hen a dUpatch from
Louiana was handed to him, where
upon he left Secretary Fish and Post
master General Tyner to entertain the
From the Chicago Tima of the 8th,
we reproduce tbe biographies of the
members of Hayes' cabinet.
William Maxwell Evarts, secretary of
state, is a native of Boston, lie was
born on the 6th of February, 1510. He
was educated In Yale- colleg;. and was a
member of the class of 1S:(7. In 141,
after a course ol study In tbe Harvard
law school, he was admitted to the bur of
New York, where by force of intellect
and Ills superior power as an Inventor ot alter the close ot tue war he was elected
ten-mile questions, he very toon rose to 'to represent Missouri in . the Vnittd
a prominence which he has since found i States senate. Ills course lrom that time
himself aide to improve upon. He : out his temporary sanity superinduced
received the degree ot LL.f). from! by the outrageousness of Grant; hi
Union college in 1857 : from Yale In
1805 ; and from Harvard in 1870. Mr.
Evarts has never, until hit appointment,
held but one public position that could
in the usual sense of the word be called
an office. Iu 1SC3, he wan the leading
counsel for tbe defense ot Andrew John
sou, who wat then president ol the
United States, and under impeachment ;
and from the close of that trial until the
end ot Mr. Johnson's term, he was tbe
attorney general. He was counsel fur
tbe United States in the Alabama arbitra
tion at Geneva in 1S72. His namo has
frequently been mentioned lu connection
with bit high posts iu the government;
but owing to itt having In every Instance,
but that alluded to, not been mentioned
by the right parties; be bat never been
favored with an oportuolty to decline,
but be probably would not bare Improvd
it if he had. Mr. EvarU' most recent
notoriety wat gained ' by his
participation in the Beecber-Tll-
ton smuttinesi of two year ago.
Senator John Sherman, ot Ohio, soc
retary of the treasury, was born at Lan
caster, O.. in May, 1823. He studied In
thi Mount Vernon school a while, and
then at tbe age of 11 was scut out to
earn hit own living. He earned it on
the Muskingum, in the employ of the
Muskingum Improvement company
where he became acquainted with the
science ol engineering. At 16 yean of
age ho dissolved partnership with the
Muskingum company, and went to
llaatUeld, wbera lo the oCSea of bis
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MARCH 10 1877.
brother Chatlrs, he applied himself to
the study of the law. When he f cached
his majority, be was regularly admitted
to the bar. And tor eleven yeari there
after was a partner with bis brother,
doing the outside business for the firm.
Sherman first got Into political notice as
a member of the Whig national conven
tions In lStf and 1352. In the latter year
be was a presidential elector. Two years
later he was elected to congress, and was
ubseqaently re-elected -twice. In 18C1
be was again sent to congres;, and in the
following year the legislature ol the state
lifted hitu up Into the senate,' in which
body he was put upon the finance com
mlUee. To him Is Urgely due the exig
ence, in Its present shape, of the green
back, as well as of national banks. In the
Thirty-ninth congress be feathered the
reconstruction law. In tbe Fortieth con
gretiS he was agAtput upon the finance
committee, and introduced the measure
known as the Sherman resumption act.
Secre;ary Sherman is a gaunt.
cadaverous specimen, hollow at
the stomach and sharp at
to features. He inoy be most accurately
described as having the appearance of a
crosa between a western farmer and a
sandhill crane. When the writer of thto
met him one afternoon in September last,
at his handsome home In Mansfield, be
had every seeming of having Just been
asleep in a bay-loft with his clothes on.
liicbard W. Thompson, secretary ol the
navy, Is a Virginian. He wa born In
Culpepper In 1800. In 1S1D he pushed
west as far as Kentucky, and in 1S31 took
a position as clerk In a 'tore In Louis
ville. For some reason that western
courtesy forbids Inquiring Into, he did
not remain there, lie Went to Indiana,
where, for a short time, he taught school,
and then, In 1834 was admitted to tbo
bar. In the same ear he was sent up
to the legislature for three months,
which tl jic he served out, only to find his
w ay back again the next year. The next
year after that , being by this time an oi l
offender, he was tent to the state senate
for two yers. W tide serving this term
bH was, a part of the time, called upon to
act as lieutenant governor, and
part as president of the Ben
ate. He was a Harrison presidential
elector In ISiO. Tbe same year
he was remanded to office and sent to
congress. He was in full enjoyment of his
liberty after that until 1847, when he was
sent back to congress, and then again In
1843. He was a presidential elector
again in 18C4. 'I bis was the last public
office be held. In the Cincinnati con
vention of June last. Mr. Thompson
was the mouthpiece of his delegation,
made the speech nominating Morton.attd
made one In thel.ttlo row precipitated be
tween McPhersoti, of Pennsylvania, and
a member of the delegation, who accused
McPherson of gerrymandering the vote
of th state. Mr. Thompson wears a
blue swallow-tailed coat with brass but
tons thereupon, and looks altogether
quite as though he had been torgotton
when the death-angel went about gath
ering up what was lelt ol the Whig party,
many years ago. ,
Carl Schurz, secretary of the interior,
was born lu 1820, at Llviar, a village
near the city of Cologne, Germany. At
seventeen years ot age he entered the
University of Bonn, to which institution
he went from the Gymadum of Cologne.
He was obliged to leive in 1848 for try
ins to Incite Bonn to insurrection. He
proceeded to the Palatinate, and there
assisted In tbe defense of Ilastadt,
whence he escaped to Switzerland, leav
ing his bosom friend and co conspirator,
one Gottfried Klnkel, in the handj of tbe
enemy. In 1S00 he surreptitiously went
back agiin and assisted Klnkel to escape.
Two years plater he came to America,
and almost instantly toik up with the
anti-slavery people. When the war
broke out he was minister to Spain, a po
sition which ha resigned in order to come
home and enter the army, where he rose
r s lha rci iL rl tt a i nonntMil Tm-a srunwa
V a,iv ititin va aaaajvrt ' iniaii A S vtAJ 3
part iu the liberal movement of 182;
his surprising and altogether queer
flop last summer are all too fresh
In the public mind to need recital.
Charles Devens, attorney general. Is a
Massachusetts man, who has not figured
with any prominence In public affairs of
lat. He resides in Worcester, and is a
lawyer. He served during the war lu the
army ol the Potomac, and lost a leg in
tho service. Since the war he has been
upuu tbe bench, and at the time of his
appointment was a member of tbe su
premo court of hit state.
George W. McCrary, secretary ol war,
It a townsman of Belknap's. He wat
born iu Evansvlile, Ind., In August,
1S25. and went with his parents to Iowa
In 1S36. The family settled at Keokuk,
where George received such education at
be has, and where, at the age ot twenty,
be wat admitted to the bar. In 1857 be
wat tent to the legislature, and In 18C0
he went to the ttate senate for four yean
la 1SGS be wu elected to congress, and
wat twice re-elected, lie It more panic
ularly distinguished for bit fealty to
party than tor hit ability, Tba most
widely-kuown move he accomplished
during Ida congressional career was the
Introduction of what wat known as the
McCrary railway bill, an Ins'rumen
founded upon the tame principle as the
Illinois law, which in many respect! It
David M. Key, tha new postmaster
general, wat born flfty-four years ago in
Grcecv eounty, TeuceasM. Of his early
life Utile It generally know n, lie was a
colonel In the Confederate tcrvlce, and
is reputed an excellent soldier. Jn 1870,
and from that to 1375, he was chancellor
of the Chattanooga circuit, in 1S75,
Gov. Porter, ot Tennessee, appointed
blm to fill the vacancy in tlie United
States senate, caused by the death of
Andrew Johnson, lie was an onsuc-.
r i iii .k- t-.ti .
viFHiui uiuuiusie wrivio mo icgi-iaiuru
of his state lor the same position in the
'A Ood Appointment''
Hon. J. II. Ohcrly, editor af the Cairo
Bulletin, hat been appointed and con
firmed a member of the board of railroad
commissioners of the state. fhis is a
good appointment -and one-, that gives
general satisfaction to the people of the
state of all parties.
Packnrd'a knee Is well and Wcldon
hts been discharged.
II. B. Hayes owns an Interest hi a
Cleveland lightning rod factory.
Hayes kissed all the babies along the
route from Columbus to Washington.
The talk about bine glass has had
the effect ot sending tramps about the
country peddling blue glass Spectacles,
with forged certificates Irom rtUtin
Mrs. Grant's opinion of Mrs. Ilaytt
is thai the latter Is a most agreeable lady
in manners and conversation, her
greatest charm being, in Mrs. Grant's
opinion, her simplicity and evident do
Moody and Sankey have been in
vited to Hartford, which Indicates that i
even a place with more Insurance com
panies than any other town ot Us size In
the world doesn't leel altogether sale
against fire to come.
It is ald that arrangements are made
for the release of Tweed from Ludlow
street jail, and for the abandonment of
all tuita and prosecution against him, on
the basis ot the assignment of what he
has, to go Into effect in a few days, ll
is understood that the boss will then go
to England and Join his son,
Ex-Governor Tilden continues (o
take his usual amount ot out-door exer
cise about two hours per day Iu the sad
dle. He spent two hours on last Thurs
day in breaking a colt named Ellen wood,
described at a true nambletoulan and
hall brother to Commodore Vanderbilt'a
Mountain Boy. His ordinary saddle'
horse, .which he may be teen
riding any fine day. Is a large dark chest
nut named Topic, who has a keen taste
for sugar. When ex-Governor Tilden
visits his stables, which are on Twen
tieth sireet, between Second and Third
avenues, ho nearly always takes him
some lumps in his pocket. Biackitone, a
fine bhek gelding, tised ns a road horse,
and three handsome crrrlaze horses are
also In frequent use by the inmates of the
Gramercy Park residence.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869e
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIHO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President,
f S. TAYLOR, Moe President.
W. HX9LOP. 'V and Treasurer.
lUncLAT, Cax. Galigmek,
Sioi trnTB, PArt, u. Scum,
C'rKiiHAi. H. L. Hallikat,
J. M. Phillip.
INTEREST pAid on depneite At the ra'n ol six
per cent, per Annum, March Intend Kept em
xt 1st. Interest not withdrawn is Added irume
lialelv to the nrinciDAl of ta ilpimalm. thentti
living tbcm compound interest
Harried Women and Children may
uepoBii money ana no ono
else can draw it.
Open every busmee.ilav from 0a.m. to 3 p.ru
a 1 Saturday evening! for savings deposit only
roui to S o'clock.
r iiroM, rrenKiem. n. wen. Cashier.
P. NeflT. Vio I'res'u T. J. Kmb, Ami. shv
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Straot
f. Bro. Cairo.
V. Veff. Cairo.
A . SiisiinkA. CaIm.
Wm. Kluarc, Cairo.
wiu ivoue, Cairo.
li L. UiUluk-sley, X. Loui.
h . l'.mler. Cmra. H. Wells
r. II. linnkman. "v. tyiuis,
' J. Y. C'ltmeon. Culedoalu.
Cenetil (Innklnf Bnaineaa pone.
yS-Exohnngo sold and boQht Interest paid
a the Kavine; DepartuM-nt. tJollection made,
ad All busineas proruutlv aWtaded to.
City National Bank
W . P. HALLIDAYl President.
IIENHY I.. HAIXIDAY, Vi.Pwf,
A. II Hr'UKD, Coshi r.
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