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Jobs A. Kastoj. ex-member of conj
arrest (rem Iowa, will probably w4
Caleb lsalaf Minister t l3"'
1bk(iiit Hates h iwued bis firt
pardon to Charles E. Bruoe, convicted in
theDUtrtctot Columbia ol forrery In
April lMt, tad sentenced to the Albany
penitentiary toroue year.
. t . sasaease-.
Th Kew York BemWt Washington
correspondent says that the tpeakertblp
ot the next bouse Is generally conceded
to Mr. Randall, "If no combination la
Bade the meantime la the interest ol
Mr. Hayes and hia Southern policy.
Um. Gss. Shermak who was appoint
ed one of the ladies to organize the "j u
bilee" movement In America, .has engi
neered the matter with .treat energy and
has been very succeaaful. Tbe private
contributions from the diocese of New
York will, Itlhaa beeu stated, exceed
$ M.OOO'tiiat of ian Franclwjo, $75,000;
rhiladelpbla, $30,000; Baltimore, $25,-
OOOi Brooklyn, 30,000; Sew Jersey,
$20,000. Besides theso vast amouuts,
large numbers of fine articles manufac
tured in tha United states are on their
way to Rome.
1Vh.y Evarts was arming before the
electoral commission, he dplorec', in
strong terms, the fate oi the colored peo
ple of the South if the strong arm of tbe
government was withdrawn. His action
tn the cabinet in regard to the settlement
ot tbe South Carolina and Louisiana
cases manliest a remarkable change ot
sentiment in -the mind of the
distinguished centletuan a change that
has been brought to the notice of the
people in Washington in the last lew
days by large posters containing para
graphs lrem bis speech before.the com
mission. MTTELL'N B.W Jt AOC.
The numbers of Littell's Living Age
tor tbe weeks ending April 7th a nd 14th ,
the first numbers ot a new volume
have the following valuable contents:
Turkish Invasions of 1070-83, by F. P.
Verney, Contemporary Review; West Iu
dlaa Memories; The Lesser Antilles and
ths 'Boiling Lake," by W. Oifford Pal
grave, Maemillan Turkish Story-Books,
by W.K.8. Ralson, Nineteenth Century,
Prussia in the Nineteenth Century, John
Stuart filackie. Contemporary: Felkland.
by Matthew Arnold. Nineteenth Century;
Fielding's Novels. Lornhill ; Cattle
Herding In the Great West, Spectator ;
The Origin of Rank, Saturday Review ;
The Hypocrisies of Nature, Spectator;
together with Installments oi the "Mar
quis ot Lotsle," by George MacDonald,
and'Cartla" by Mrs. Olinhant: "Sills
Jensen," a short story, and "Letawltza,'
a Galielan Tale, translated for the Living
Jy Irom the Revue des Deux Mondts
poetry and miscellany.
Forlfifty-two numbers, ot sixty-lour
large pages each (or more than 3,000
. pages a year), the subscription price ($)
is low; while tor $10 50 the publishers
offer to seud any one oi the American $4
monthlies or weeklies with The Living
Agt for a year, both post-paid. Littell A;
Gay, Boston, are tbe publishers.
"IRE LADIES, COD BLLBB THEM.'
Last week, tbe editor of the Sun gave a
very handsome notice of the Tound
Tarty" given at the Blelock house by the
enterprising ladies ot the Methodist
church. It was really an unexception
able notice, and was mnch more gratify
ing we are sure than the mea
gre item the ''Pound Party"
broofht out in the Bulletin.
But In his notlc tbe editotyf the Sun
nsed the following expression :
The ladles may the Lord bless them
were masters ot the situation.
Wt have no particular fault to find
with this ; but here Is what the editor of
tbe Indianapolis Herald says of men
who are given to saying 'the ladies
Goal bless them:"
Whenever a man. editor or
speech-maker, says "tho ladies liod
bless them" the ladies can put it down
lor a fact that be gives them credit tor as
much brains as a peacock, and no more.
Very tat, and very mean aud nasty old
men are pretty sure to say "the ladies
God Mess them" whenever they have
the opportunity. Fools also say ic.
Carelul observation will disclose
the unpleasant tact that the
men who are always calling on
God to "bless the ladies" are the very
chaps who "make, as well as write
their wrongs." it was considered a neat
thing flity years ago this "the ladies-
God bless them" but it is obsolete now,
except with men ot yery limited brains
sad no particular good will in their
hearts toward "the ladles."
Wo want the women ot Cairo to put
Us and that together, and kt the editor
of tho ui explain, if he can.
catrokM .text ttootie.
We have reoeiyed from Mr. Wood
ward, chairman of the special committee
on text books, a copy of the bill to
secure nnliormlty ot; text books in
the public schools of tho state. The
mala provisions of tbe bill are as follows:
jne governor, superintendent ot pub-
uo instruction, tne attorn) -general, and
tour others, not more than two ot whom
shall be professional teachers, shall eon
sututeatext book commission, to hold
their office for the term of tour years.
ao person who is directly
f indirectly Interested in tha ssle ol
books can be a member of the oommlr
aloa. Only the actual expenses of the
eosBsalsslo&ers are to be paid by the
UU. Tbe books adopted according to the
requirements of tbe law, the contractors
giving bond that tney will furnish the
bnokjnn qeaoUUee to suit" at statd p
rtode re u be supplied to the respective
eeonty clerks ot tbe state, who
hall transmit to tha directors
Of the school districts the
umber of books required, the directors
to aaake the esdauUe. The superintend.
Cat 9t fablls iDttmttOB la te fix the price
(f tte MOkiind tney arete be faralshed
t fci M Mt BettU dealers
. . u aaiT a i n
conditions. The agreement wiw
the contractors is to contiuue In
force for all years, and within one year
after the state books have been placed In
the schools and lor a period of live years
afterward no other text books are re
used tn the public schools. To carry out
the provision of the WU the sum oi
hundred thousand dollars designated
The school text fund," Is to ic ap
tlarnor'a Mairazlne for May, With a
score of articles and ninety-five lllustra
tlons, Is replete with variety and superb
The jrem ot the number Is Mrs. Fran
ces L. Mace's poem "IsratlL" with eight
Illustrations, by Fredericks. Both the
poet and the artist have displayed rare
qualities ot genius In their work.
A richly Illustrated article on t loreuce
Is contributed by O. M. Spencer, author
of the article recently published on
Yt Irt Sikes contributes another illus
trated article about Wales selecting this
time the valley of the L'sk, and especially
the site ol King Arthur's Round la
Mrs. Mary Treat gives sonic fresh ob
servations concerning the familiar birds
ol the South, with striking illustration
Au llhutrited article by Ernest Inger-
soll. entitled "At the Gateway ot the
Catskllle,' is aa Interesting sketch of the
region in the neighborhood of the me
tropolis, but still retaining the primitive
customs of the last a-ntury.
In "An Old Gentleman s Recollec
tions." Horace E. Scudder gives some
entertaining extracts trom the diary ot
Mr. Samuel Breck, relating to society in
Bostou aud Philadelphia, just alter the
revolution, with illustrations lroui the
A. II. Guernsey has att illustrated pa
per on "tOfunnrciai tiouruey across
Charles Readu's "A Woman-Hater'
and Blackiuore's "Erenia" the most
striking novels now being published
serially are continned. This number
also contains three short stories all of
them deiidedly original. Poems are
ontributed by J. W. Ue Forest, Mau
rice Thompson.. Kate Qlllard, and Nina
One of the . most entertalulng papers
In this number Is Captain John Cod man's
bright sketch, entitled "Equestriano-
The Editorial Summaries abound with
novel information, gossip, and anecJote.
i he Illiuois house ot reprcseJitatlves
passed a bill last week, that if it goes
through the senate, will clear tlie state
of tramps they will alt concludo to go
West aud grow up with some new
country. The bill provides for the puu-
lbhmeut as vagrants ot "all persons who
are Idle and dissolute, and who go about
begging; all persons who use any jug'
H'lug or other unlawful games
or plays; runaways, pilferer.',
coiilidenee-mcn.coumiou drunkards, com
mon night-walkers, lewd, wanton an1
lascivious perous in speech or behavior;
common railers and brawlers; persons
who are habitually neglectful of their
employment or their calling, and do not
lawfully provide for themselves or for
the support of their families; and all per
sons who are idle or dissolute,
and who neglect all lawiul
business, and who habitually mis-spend
their time by frequenting houses of ill
lame, gambling houses or tippling shops;
all persons lodging in or found in the
night time in out houses, sheds, baru6,
or unoccupied building, or lodging In the
peu air and not giving, a good account
of themselves, and all persons who are
known to be thieves, burglars,
or pickpockets, either by their
own confession or otherwise, or by hav
ing been convicted of larceny, burglary,
or other crime against the laws oi
tha state, punishable by Imprison
ment in the state prison, or in a
house of correction ot any city
and haviug no lawful means ot
support, or habitually iouud prowling
around any steamboat landing, railroad
depot, banking Institution, broker's ot-
tiee, place of public amusement, auction
room, store, shop, or crowded thorough
fare, cars or omnibuses, or; any public
gathering or assembly,or lounging about
any court-room, pilvate dwelling-houses
or outhouses, or are found in any bouse
of Ill-fame, gambling house, or tippling
Hayes Claims that His South
ern Policy was Foreshad
owed In the Ohio Gub
He is Determined to Carry it Out
Unless Thwarted by the
Schemers who Op
VTsixoTox, April 15. President
Hayes said yesterday in course ot con
versation that he had no concealment re
garding his boutbern policy, which,
however, had been foreshadowed In oral
and written utterances, and in this con
nection be adverted to the gubernatorial
campaign lu Ohio In 1875, which resulted
In his election over Governor Allen, the
people of the state having full knowedge
oi nn sentiments on national
questions, including, ot coarse,
those which related to the South
Tbe opening speech ot the gubernator
ial canaiaate is generally considered to
be the key-note of a campaliro. and in
such a speech, as earlv as the Slat of
July of that year, at Marlon, he freely
and aiaunouy expressed nie opinions.
The speech was published at leus-th In
all the Republican and many other news
papers, and therefore his views are gen
orally known. In that speech, alter
congratulating bis fellow-citizens on the
complete triumph over those who sought
to destroy the Uaioo and tbe arraad r.
e ta of the war, he alluded to the oallinjr
may i.v uiem iu
BAKlfOTT AW rMtUVMlT,
Including thoso who had fought against j
M another, and Mono prominent lea-
tore in this act ue on mat wwub bw
of the kindly manner In which vice-
president Wilson was received ou tibi
to the South. This was ao era of good
tcellng and reconciliation, lie mruici
said there were persons who laisea m
the bayonet, and wiio sougni w invito
the pred)udices ot the past. Thts was
touch to be regretted, but there was
enough to fill every neaitwiin grauiuuv,
the South being no longer divided and
all the Inhabitant having a iair start, m
the race of lite. In this and all his
other speeches ho earnestly condemned
the re-opening oi oia isutes onwrni
North and the South, assuming that the
time had come tor a complete reconcilia-
' The President In further conversation
referred to tha tact that tlie National he
publican convention which nominated
him for the Presidency passed a resoiu
tton sacredly pledging the Republican
oJUzcn of tne
nlted SUtes in all his civil and politi
cal rights, and declaring that the
PERMANENT TACiriCATION OF THK
Should be aflected by remoTinj all causes
of discord. , .
i h r.irit of the resolution was in
oerfect accord with bis own views friend-
ly expressed, anu u rrinan-u
his letter of acceptance of the nomina
tion, and more fully elaborated them In
his inaugural address, consistantiv main
taining the policy of reconciliation and
local self arovernment apart trom mili
tary suprort. and when he enUrvd upon
the duties of tbe presidency he intended
that tiiis policy shouM aot be one ot sen
timent merely, but of
He spoke with emphasis wheu he said :
"My belief Is this course tends to give
good government to tbe soutn ; It
tends to secure peace oeiween muam
and between race ami parties at the
touth, and it tends to secure tne rignts,
Interests and satety of the colored people;
therefore 1 am in favor of the policy. 1
do not Know whether I shall succeed In
carrying it out, because there are North
ern and Southrrn men who in vanous
ways mar possibly thwart me, but of
one thing I am eonlldent namely : I
think It mv duty to try to carry out tbe
policy aud 1 am going to do it."
SOUTH CAROLINA AFFAIRS.
The State Officers Refute to Give
Up Their Offices Their Reas
Colvmbu, S. C. April 15. It la re
ported lrora reliable authority that the
substance ot the reply of the state officers
to Governor Hampton's demand will be
the assertion that they hold their offices
by the declaration or tne
state canvassers, irom me ia-e
of all the election returns; that they
were commissioned by Governor Cham
berlain while bis title was undisputed ;
that their contestants have taken their
cases to the supreme court; that Gov
ernor ilampton has no right to anticl
Date the iudement of that court, or in
any way to pass upon this title, and that
his action is a violation of his pledges to
leave disputed Questions to a legal set
tlement. For these reasons tlicv will de
cline to give up their offices.
A Proiolilon to Went All EUld
Mrmtixr, Imht Kiebll IfcUI-
Xtw Oki.la.vs, April 15. Nothing
tranbpired to day as to the situation or
as to the negotiations. The proposition
to admit elected members to theXicholl
legislature is the leading subject ot dis
cussion. The conservatives think this will
be the basis of the settlement. All con
testants agree to stand a&ide it the Re
publicans consent to take their seats i.
Odd Fellows' Hall. The question ot
submitting a proposal to the efleel will
be finally settled by the Conservative
caucus to-morrow. There seems to be
no doubt that the f roDosition will be
made. Tho commission will remain here
for some days until a final adjustment,
if such a thing is possible.
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By the Jurors and Commissioners of the
Ooatonnlftl International Exhibition.
As the Best Illuminatiug Oil, for its sxtraordlcary merits of Safety anJ brlillanc
ELAINE was also awarded a Uold Medal
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical test, by the
UNITED STATES OOVEB.NMENT
And received a high commendation from the Board of ltilted States Steamboat Inspec
tors, Washington, V. C.
Insurance Companies rate ELA1.NE the same as a Uas iik.
ELAINE is used oa many ol the HallroaJs, Street Cars and Hotels ot the co intr
and inaugurated superior to any other oil in
Can be used la any lamp.
ORDERS rROM THE
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WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
rrj w w t a a
rrunKS, vanses, itc., jute., imDracing xno
Of Goods saved irom the lato fire by
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
Oome One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
5. F. Slako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow 8hades, tto.
Always oa hand, the eslebrata4 uiamiaatla
aUrosBSB Z3u uain.
Oeraer Sleveatt jlweei a4 Watdtlm
at the Pltti-burgh JlUposltton ; sod was
L yilT-UOlht DILPAKIalEM ,
Caps, Boots and Shoes
. -er- m a
W. II. MARE AN, M. S.
Eoisopitliifi Ptjsirim id Surgeon
Dr. Bria-bam s Successor.)
Ofllco 133 Commercial Ave.
2-l-lm Cairo, Illiuois.
fioecaal atteiitioa airea to tbs trestmen
Chrome Pi.sascs au'l
English Brussels. Three Ply and lu grain
also, Stair Car peu, Ve Wet Bugs, Crumb
Cloths, OU Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 PULTON ITh NEW YORK
Carnete carefully faekeel and sent te aa
part e Ue Uaited States free efoherge.
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