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T nr. rope'i health U better.
Uliine rfucl a public demonstra
tion on hi rrtarn to the State of Maine
utter the nljonruuiuut of tlm sen ale.
Wkxpsll rMiu iri think that "the
opl htv mor ielf-reeppet limn Hayes
liac, and that he will soon hear a warn
ing growl along the ground tier."
kcrktarv Shf.rmsn refuses to com
ironile the whisky suit. And now
ngiroil may throw away the olive
branch and denounce Uk presidents' best
iur. . ,
W. I). Howt.LLi, editor ot The Aliunde
Monthly, wrote a campaign history of
Hayes. Tlio appoiatraeut ot cktrgt
H'afaire at lk-roe, Switzerland, he
thinks would pay liim for the scrvice.and
it is likely that Hayes will Uiiuk so too.
Gov. Hampton has returned to South
Carolina. He was received with many
demonstration of cntliuxintn. In
several speeches made by him lie said
in the administration ol the law he
would know no race, and would support
President Hares as long as that officer
adhered fo the poller indicated in hi?
inaugural address. t
TuKfcK millions of dollars of the five
millions appropriated by congress for the
Improvement ot rivers and harbors are
jet in the treasury, subject to the order
ot President Hayes. The people inter
ested should make haste to induce. Presi
dent Hayes to order this sum applied to
the work it was intended to accomplish.
He must giv the order before the 13th of
Junf next. -
Scent! art Thompson of the navy
has officially announce! that there
ts not enough mouey in the naval fund
to pay the ottlcera for the month of April
May and June, and alio that he pro
poses to retain as mnch as may be found
ueceary of what there is iu the treasury
tin Jer pay ot the uavy for the purpose ot
paving allotments to the Uvea of offl-
era aiul sailors wbvc huobauds are
abroad In the service of their country.
i k ArraorHiAiio.v
President Grant, imitating the cctm
ouiy ot the Democratic party, ordered
hst only a. partone LjUtol the appro
priation made fur the improvement of
harbors and rivers, should m expended.
1 hi order cut Cairo oU ot half her $30,
"). What H more aud worn-, is the
lact, that, unless we can get the present
president to order our little bal
ance extended, tietore the 13th of
ot Jane next, lit will go back
luto the treasury. This would be
unfortunate. Alter all the trouble we
had to get the $34,000 appropriation,
we ought to have the use of it. We there
lore su?get that Mr. Iiartzell, or some
body else, should iuducc Pn-iidmit Hayes
to order the work on our river bank to
be pushed ahead. Hayes will not refuse.
He is a good-natured soul, and will not
Ucuy to us what is ours by right.
Secretary Schi rj, it seems, Is the
only member of the cabinet who is mak
ing an honest effort to institute true civil
service reform. He has created a board,
consisting at present ot hlmselt, a fourth
class clerk, and the examiners of patents.
All applicants for office under him are
to come before this board. Candidates
will have to pass a public exatainatlon.
Appointments arc to be made upon mer
it alone, without reference to political
faith. Mr. iehurz says thafno one will
be removed without cause. He aims to
arrive as near as possible at the (jer man
system where, as he says, the
emperor hiintelf cannot remove
the humblest civil olllter uuder the
government without cause. Secretary
JScliurz requires the heads of bureaus
to w atch their subordinates closely and
to report all cases of iueOkcncy f or re
moval. Appointments at first arc to
le made oiily for nix month so as to
letuoiisuate lully the candidate's w orth
before Lis permanent employment, and
the appointing board is also to be changed
irom time totie to avoid falling luto
THE LOIUUXA B1TI AllOS.
The commission appoiuted by Presi
dent Have la bow at New Orleans en
gaged at the work it was appointed to
io. How successful It win be remains
to be seen. Got. Nichohs has displayed
to the ixmimWonen the great atreugtb.
oi iiis government, aud they have wiU
nested the great weakness ol that of Gov.
Packard. It seems to be the luteution
ot the commission te organize a com
promise legislature and leave the settle
ment ot the disputed matter to it. Gov
Packard Is not averse to this plan, but
Gov. NkUolls stands upon hie rights and
refuses to compromise.
la this sai isr aiurv t
Ou frklay Gov. Cullom seut to the
senate the nomination f Messrs. C. JU.
Cummings, of Tazweil county, and A.
B. Nicholson, ol Logan county, Ilepub
neaus, ami Joseph VTarueck, of Masou
tounty, Uctuocral, lor Trustees ol the
liisiltutlou for Feeble Minded Chil-
ureu at Lincoln, ti uoniluationg were
referred; but will,-we have no doubt.be
promptly connrmed. This li another ev
Idenecot Governor Cullom's luteution
to "be fair" with the majority ol the
-Senate, aud should convince even the
ProrU A4ra and 8tt JbgUter that
their hostile d emonstratlonsagalust the
'appointing rower" were ill advlwd. "
a uirm.RX rtvnr.ftritm
Southern Illinois gets little considera
tion Irom the, general amiably. Its
lepreseiitatlvei arts espoeted to vole
Ibemselves black in the lace to accom
modate -'ook couiity, that pettiferous
little wnmonwalth la which JUdicaiUm
and corruption flourish and fatten to
' gtthcr, and to be very accommodating
to the coaxing county of Morgan aud
other counties wits institutions to be
cared for ; but w hen they come to the
front and say: "We want this (or
that) because we ought to have
it in the interest of the public
weal," nil the gobbling memoirs of
the other parts of the state cry out
Ejjj pt is unreasonable; she must not be
permitted to have what she wants. We
will take it ourselves." And they Jdo.
Now, Kjtypt knows that the public in
terests require more state prison facili
ties. The 'penitentiary at Joliet is not
laree enough to accommodate the number
of criminals now within its walls, and
something must be done to give to the
state greater prison room. The peo
ple of Southern llliuois, with ouo voice
say : "liuiid a new prison, anu uu.iu it
in our part ot the State. Wc can give you
a better location than Joliet, and make
the prison we ask for self-sustaining.''
"No," iiy the cormorants ot th other
parts ot the state, the great instituliou
gobblers of Middle and Northern Illi
nois, ' we can't allow you to have a new
prison; keep your hands out ot the treas
ury; eurs are not yet full." And then,
with heads together, they determine
to enlarge the Joliet houe.
Weprott'ft against tiiis policy vl lake
all. In this matter it Is uuwitse.
The enlargement of the Juliet house, in
stead of the building of a new prison,
would be a money-losing speculation.
The Joliet prison is now not self-sus-
tainlnr, because ;that market is glutted
ith prison cheap labor. Add to the
prison-house more roein and the little
market of that little inland town will be
still more glutted, thus nluking the pris
on a greater expense to the State
than now is. It a new house
should - be built. what then?
Clearly a much better condition of things.
During the continuance ot the present
dull times the Idle prisoners now at Joliet
could be used in building the new peni
tentiary; aivl after it completion much
of the surplus labor of the old house
could be translerred to the new house,
and thus to a uew market in which it
could be profitably employed. 1 he
new house would of cjurse be located lu
one ot our river counties. To it lumber I
aud other nsaterJuls could be floated, and l
Ua manufacture articles be also floated
to a good market la which they would
comioand xood prices, lu this way the
prison at Joliet, relieved wf its surplus,
could e made Milf-tusUiuiiig," aud be
yond all doubt the uew ptkon would,
from the start, be no ex pense to the
II the members of the general assembly
will look at this matter
lu a plain, coram on-Ktne way,
they will not long hesitate to pass the
bill for the building , of a Southern 111
nol3 penitentiary; but if rhey allow their
old-time prejudices against Egypt and
disposition to take all they can lay their
hands on, to get the better ot their j udg
raent, they will enlarge the prison-house
at Joliet and thus a J J to the alrtady
great proportions ol a large and very
SO(I.iLIITR(VAUAl e at h ash
ixuros to t.u.
Mr. Hayes has announced his intention
not to go to Long Branch this summer,
though it was hoped and anticipated by
many politicians, property hold t the
Branch and "society people'' that he
would. He will stay in Washington,
and if his wile and children need change
from the heat of a Washington summer,
they will seek It at Fremont, Ohio,
which was the President's homejbefore be
was elected governor ol that state. So, al
so, it is made public through those never
failing sources of all private and social
Information in Washington, the society
letter-writers, that Mrs. Hayes and the
wives of cabinet members, without any
studied or preconcerted intention among
thein, are about to institute a "dress re
form" in the capital city, a reform not
intended to Include the ideas of the,dies
reformers proper, but calculated sim
ply to introduce uslmplcr style ol outward
adornmcut tluiu Washington society has
grown accustomed to uuder the reign ol
shoddy during the last ten years or mor.
Lecollette gowus with less than an inch
of material dividing the bare neck from
the bare arms; dresses from Worth, the
man milliner of Parts; diamond dust and
paste jewelry, will not cuter
luto the calculations ol the dress
makers, nor the dress wearers of Washing
ton uuder the new order ot things.
Plainness and simplicity will be the rule,
but the first may be as costly as the
wealth of the persons practicing it may
detire, aud the latter as elegant as
rtfiucd taste, and good .iisa combined
This Is "a new leaf" that . the- whole
country will be glad to see turned over.
For years Washington has been the ceu
ter of glittering aud dazzling show.ot an
extravagance that develop itself equal
y in psr.oual adornment, in alljthe ap
pointments of the household and In every
form of social enlertalument. This show,
glitter and prodigality have undo wo
men vain, silly aud soulless, aud men
grasping, lntriguiui; aud dishonest.
If any thing cau change this spirit of
the society ot Washington, it will be the
example ot the women who stand for the
time being as "the first ladles of the
land." While the president and his cabinet
senators and eoogresstnan.the press and,
the politicians discuss aud continue to
discuss the southern fjaeetloii, the tiniMi
cial problem, etc., these women, bolicv
lug that the way to reform is to reform,
have uuietly eel the seal of their ducoun
tenattce oh the besetting sine of Washing
ion kociai me. j neir example cannot Ian
of being most bouelicial. Beginning at
their ewn Irfarth-stonee and
toileUUuds and dressing-ca es,
its tfteoU will exujnd tar beyond the lim
its of Washington society and will lu
augurate an era tree from the senseless
and wieked extravagance that tempts to
all kinds of Immorality, diahonesty and
The wide-srread fame of Hosteller "s
Stomach bfttcre causes a necessity on
our part to remind, from lime to time,
whom It may concern, ot the fact that
imitating sold article Is a punishable ot
fence, and wo now give th'.twordot
caution, that wc will most assuredly
have all those persons engaged in re
filling our second hand bottles, selling
by the gallon or barrel, or in nny man
ner whatsoever palming oil on the pub
lic a .spurious article purporting to be our
preparation, punished to the full extent
of the law. Wc never fail to convict, as
the New Orleans and bt. Louis Court
records fully affirm. Penalty for coun
terfeiting, or dealing iu counterfeit trade
mark goods, as set forth In a law recently
passed by Congress "Fine not exceed
ing 51,000, or imprisonment not more
than two years, or both such line and
Notioo to ricalcM and purchasers.
Hoslelter's ltittters are never, under any
circumstances, sold iu bulk, but always
iu bottles, with a llnely engraved I'. S.
Internal revenue (special proprietary)
stamp covering the cork ofeucli bottle,
fastened to both sides ot the neck ol
same. Ail Hitlers purporting to oc iios
tetter's, without this stamp, are counter
Jeit. lloSTLTTl H & 5MI1M.
roit rv vlaks muova me ri ni.iv.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fTMlIi couuteiuiu c is .dc uml
X leaden-colored, with ooumoiuI
flushes, or a circumsciibjfl sput on
one or both checks ; the eyes k uine
dull ; thepupiUdil.tte ; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells.and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip ; occasional head u lie, with hum
ming or throb!. ;ng ol" the e.irs; nn
uniia-iul secretion" saliva; slimy or
farred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly ia the morning ; appciite
variable, sometimes v ra' ions with a
gnawing sensation oi tne ntowiavii, at
others, entirely pone ; (beting pains
in the st nn.v a; o eaional nau-ca
and vomiting: vi"k-iil i-;io:: tlirough-
o.it the alxl:iiL-:i ; !m,-av1s irregular,
at times ca-tive ; Moois limy ; not
uiitVequeiidy ti iroi with blood;
billy swollen and" haul: urine tur
bid; respirAttnn ooc-i ionaJly diffi
cult, and arciripai icd hy hiccoiTgh;
cough sometimes d. y a;id conv;i!si vc;
uneasy and distuih--1 sleep, with
grinding ol the t -:h ; temjKr varia
ble, but generally iuit.iMe, "C
Whenever the a bo v.- symptoms
are l'o'.;nd to ci.?,
DR. C. M' LAM'.':' VT RMITUGE
Wi'A ceiKiinly ciic t a cure.
IT K."'f U.iTM' Mi K..L RV
n any form ; it i an ir.r. c-t pN pa
rat ion, Ht-t iti'.if'c of ,f-''.'i; '.i s::r'':I
tit injury . , ter i 'if Jut.
The genuine l)x. ?i' l.wi'j i:n
MtFfCE bears tl.e .-' 'lia'urs ot" C.
MVLane ami I i lun Uao:. on the
DR. C. MLANC'S
Tlic-e Pills hi j l
.3 ih that
an a reined y in-
ne;ii is neir io. in'
if lii :itK ctiuin r,r
the Liver, and i.i
1 liilii.u C'oni-
lUhit.--, Uy.-jihiii au l Sick II ad
ache, or ilicu?cj o:' iliat ehaiacttr,
tlif-y etaii'l without a rival.
kavi: a:;d ri:vEK.
l L.-ttt-r fiiih.ir'i'j can usc-il
pivriarat-jry to, m ct'ter takiu (ui
liirie. As u
fimp.j purgative tney are
ii r:v m; 01
I.illTA 1 JO.Vi.
;ii; jjever eii
Laeli nx lias
:i re'l wax seal on
the lid, wiih the
3H'Laxj)4 Livi.i; 1'u.i.-.
Kach wrupjK r b-nr tiiefign.ituics
of C M. Lank and I'i.i minU Jlims.
Sold by all respectable driiggi.-U
aud country itoi ekeeiteis iienerally.
W wlv lue. Manliaud Kturcl. 1m-Q
uiuiruu to laarriage reiuowi. M
I J n
M Sm ud
rw uirlbod ol truitmvnt. N'
d r-niikUe mucdie. Jl'iuk
PWgt uu circular, wli irec ID hii w
ICS W o lATioa. tl'J S. Sin th .1. l'hila- M
W " .. :.. .......... i '
I UtJ U 1. I TLm All IUAL1IUIIOU USI
Jd ing a liiisb ivpuutiun lur hopur
Mt cuuduct iirut'e4ioual
B. F. Blake
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow unaaea, cc.
41 ways ob hand, the ceUbrated illuminating
Comer Eleventh Street end Weshlsa
Villi I UJtM-fuUa-bkriU fa
ttuU. Iilr U at lit -!i IKciiM
at1. ..a J 1 l . .
r . . - .nit phuiiiii., vaiiiata rw.it.t4,
u..i,oU,a Mp,,.ihi,...j;,1,, u, ,.
!!a4u.-, nmu u' t ''"
""l ll"""fM . to tun, . HUlk.uiUiV.il.
Down go tho Fricoo of
(Seals' Fnskg floods
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Kver t rought to Cairo. Tbese pooJs are pureUueil fry Mr. FamhaVt-r who resdles in
New York, oil tuke Li ttiue in selection anl tmyiiu.iust whnt the iimi Uet
needs and at prices to puit the times. You will ilo well ly enllhi;
on u, t look at our good and prices, We umke
A Specialty of Gents Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
The Otiltft rated ScUntUt !
Will O.-liw r a l ecture at tin
M- E- CHURCH.
In ll.is tit j, fii
Friday Evening, April 13, 1877.
ADMISSION 25 CLXTS.
DRS. CANINE & WHITLOCK,
Having mttrfrd Ittoa oo-j.irlitrriil.il, f r lti
purport t pruciieiiie ituu.tiy, in all us
uruu lies, would rcpccllully inluriu Ihui"" nfO
mUie rerticcsoik tinikl bpt-rstur, tbat tlity
arc prrpaicd to atidui to tlit.r uaots u tvery
I lie tillinj? ol Irrlh di.ne in the mi. t satiaiuc
Ur iiiHiii.fr. Iu ertiig artitlciul drniurra, 1
wuyi nb a iw dt n-.turuiic, as lur pmr
tii ali'.e, tlii? j.t contour an I nutural Xireio.i
i.l the Iiu'-t lUJpri.vnl mrthndii and iunt-riaU
In tli eitimle-l shb-jlut.-ly wnhoul paia l.y
ni Muz nivruu oai.1 yai.
I I cv nlfi.il an iiiT.tatlou toa'.l, to c4 1 and
(11 thein and 'ulicita liberal "ImriiOf thfir pat
runmre. W urk Kiiaraai. I I'riin iimil-rle.
CAM N t 4 WlllllOCK,
H'i t'ojnui rcial afeau. lx-liren -th und "tb t.
Xt i Worth
To tny rf-a lfr of this jii '-r who ii'mli tut this
ortincuie anil fl we will lurwar.i, r.r n- ynr.
I he In-asure." a maKn.ii.'eiit llliulrau
Monthly Journal and Hnuse'keeir' Maifaiiif,
and ine copy of our n-w and elifant iirrniiuru
"ASKIVti A EI.KSIS(i."
A masterpiece of the LueMorf school r f (.'enr
paintioif, by 1'rof. .Ionian, nze a.isx..' .. ex
ei'iited in the bight style ol the art. Ktetall
hrite t.l which is , in! a copy of the lollow-
baaiitiful poem descriMlve of the chtomo. ID
eltyant il'.umiuated color, for Iran. inf.
Av; but wait, fcrood wil, a inii.ute
1 have first a word to av ;
Io von know what to duy iV
Mother, 'tu our wedding ty'.
.lust as now, we eat at r-.-.pr
when theiruenn hail t lie away;
You cat that aide, 1 aat this tide,
orty years ago to-day !
Then what plana we laid together;
What brave thinl I meant to do I
l ould wedreorn to-dav would liwd n
At this luble tne and you '
Better 10, no ilould and yet I
loiiiftunes think 1 1:1111. .t tell
Had our boy ah, ye9: I know, dear;
Yea, lie doeth all thing well.
Well we've hue! our Joy. and sorrow.,
Shared our em !-. an well an tettrt;
And the beat 01 all -I've had yaur
faithful love I01 forty yeara!
l'oor we've been, but not forsaken :
i.rref we've known, but never ahan.e
rad.er for Thy n.'lei-s merclea
Mill We Idea Ihy Holy name:
Irii. in a rare rhuiiee
lor you to make ruon-
y. We "ill pay you
luive raili rxjinmia-
iona and give you evolutive territory, heud
us one dollar, avolu uiiuecec&rv rorresjxin.
denre, receive your territory, and go to workt
once. I pon receipt ot which we will forward
aKeut'l outfit, certificate of a'i ni y, etc. Speci
men roole 10 centi, none fi re.
Aliiew xue Treasure Publishing Co,
No. i n tibr hti-vct. New York.
fublic notice Is hereby clven tbat by
virtue of an ordur ol the county court ol
the County ot Alexander tu the btate ol
Illinois, rendered at the lJecember term
of aaid court. A. I. 1k75. J. Harmon 11.
j'lacK admtni.trutor de bonis non ol the es.
tte of Louis Naarao,late of said county
ueceareu, win sen : t r,ublic vendue on in
loiuuayoi April. A. 11. It'll, at me west
duorot of the .Court House in ibe city ol
Cairo between the hour of ten a'clock lu
the forenoon and live, o'clock in the after
noon ol the name, day to the bit-best bidder
to pay tin: d.-l,t, 0t the said Louia Nasanno
decea-eil, the lollowinir described reul
eNtafe, ltu.lte iu the county of Ah xaiidcr
and the f-tate ol Illinois to-wit :
Lots iiuiuhe.-ed lour (1), live (Si, ami (Ki,
in block liiiuil ered seventeen (17). ill tbe
hrst additii.u to the city of Cairo ; and tbe
southeast ijiiMt.r of section twelve (fit,
township sixteen, iti;, aoutU raiife two C!j,
bubivel to the l.,.-oi.aluait interest lif Wld
dow aud fiiiitiv in aud to aaid bit tdtrbt "
block seveiit.'eu, un, to the widow'
dower iu said leal estate.
Terms ol sale : Ouo -hall of purchase
money to be cash in hand unon approval ol
sale and d In t ry of deed ami one halt on
eredit ot six months, imrcbaser to give
security and triint deed oil the premises to
secure ii,e reuiaiudi-r of purchase inoufcy
-aicu nsri n, i.in, is;.
HAUMON n. ULACK.
8-S-lw. Adiriinistrator de bona non, etc
STBATTON ft BIBD,
A.OKNTS AM E BIO AN FOWSS 00
1 Ohio Iave.
An Illustrated Muuthly of
Popular Literature, Science, and
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877.
Tin number lor.lantiary beclut the i.inc
teenth volume of the .Magazine aud while
it pat record will, it ii hoped, be dn iued
asutlicietit guarantee of tuture (krellem e,
do t florid will be (-pared to diversity its at
tf4 lions and to provide an infiered tip
Id y of
l.ji ui- lt:atting i'i f'i .'ts.' toil .Vi.
The grentohiect und eonctant in, ot iho
coiiitui'tor imii he to lurutnii the public
Literary Kntertaiiinient ot a retincd and
varied ("tiaracter, a well as to present in
a graphic and striking manner the ia -t re
cent information and aoundett views on
subject of ceni ral interest: in a word, to
render J.ipiinott's Magazine -tritingly
Vu.it IWtW'i that nf Mi A f retire
iu Mog'.ittf LiUrntut i
1 he contributions now on band, or apeel
ally engaged, emlii a :e a highly attractive
list of tales, short stories descriptive
ketches naralives, papers on science and
art. porins, popular niuy, btetsry criti
cirus, etc., etc.
V TulenteJ and H'eU Ji iowe Wriic i
A larce proportion ol tin? articles, epe
t ially those descriptive ot travel, will be
l'rof,4tly an.l H,u(ifuUy UluitrateA.
The pirtorla i tubeliiBhiut iit of tLe Ma:
iiic con.itilute one d its many attraciive
In addilion to the ; bi rl Attrji lion ol
LirJ'lNCOl I S MAtiAZKNK. tho l'ub
llhers would invite attention to the follow
Special Features for 1877.
1. A new serial story,
nThe Marquin of Louie,'"
by (ieorire Macdonald, author ol "ilulcom,"
'Alec Korhes," "JtoUrt Kalconer," eti1.
To those of our readers who are familiar
with Malcolm,' this new story Irotu
the pen ot this distinguished writer will
need no recommendation, and his reputa
tion ia a guarantee to others of a deeply in
teresting and powerful atory. It began In
the November number, which issue, w ith
the December part, will be f urnished gratia
to all new subscribers for 1ST7.
2. A profusely illustrated m rie oi
SioeedUh Seenzry ami Lift,
by 1'rof. Wiilard KNkc. of Corm II Univer
sity ,wbo is thoroughly tami'iar with Sweden
and iti People from personal obi-ervatiou.
. A series of popular p.iptr on
Art inl Art Mi tiers,
by Edward Strahan (Earl Shinn), authoi
"The New llypeiloii," tic.
4. Illustrated tsketches of Travel, cntit
l'icturti from Sjiaui,
by Edward Kln,
author of "Tho Oreat
0. Mrs. Lucy It. llooin-r a
I'upcr and Letters from 1'arU
will be continued through the year
The lieavtien oj the Uhint,
will be described in a richly illustrated
aeriea of papers.
7. Iiuriiuf the year will appear a number
ot handsomely illustrated short articles, de
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