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Tuc Illinois legislature will adjourn
o morrow, Ttmrcday, May 21th.
RNiTon Das Camf.rox U vxpoe tod
In Wa'fiinjrrcn In a tew days,
sad will "receive all the consideration In
respect to appointment usually necnrd
: e1 to a icnator." 'The sou mtceeeils Ok;
lather, and the Otmnrnu rin l still nil
powcrftill. -,- .
Bois Tweed will not be reltn?od, tho
attorney-general ol Xew York having
refused to use lilt testimony in tlio pen fl
ing ring suit, Tweed's caso Is well nigh
hopeless, and he will probably spend the
balance or his days in prlsou.
Gen. Gidkox J. Pim.ow, ol Tennes
see, Is a candidate for the place on the
United States court bench made vacant
by the death ot Judge Kmmons. Cen.
Pillow Is now in Washington urging his
claims, lie is endorsed by Senators La
mar and Garland, and by the members ol
th Tennessee and Arkansas supremo
Courts. Culeb Cusliiiif had also espous
ed f Ulow's cause and is working lor lii.s
The other day when the United Mates
marshal, acting under instructions from
Washington, went to attach the property
rflects ot A. C. llessimr, it. II. Miller
utidlloelle, Junker & 'Jo., to satisfy
Judgments obtained by the government
against them on account ot illicit u lih-ky
operatious, nothing could be lound, and
the parties named informed the mar.-lial
that tlipy had uo property. 'J'hc govern
ment would probably have made more
by compromising with thee parties
when they oll'ered to pay a liberal price
for civil immunity. .
Zack Cuaxdler's cuuiiirixr and
Bliriiwdnets Is scarcely exceeded by his
political dishonesty and general deprav
ity. IJe Is Just now urging the appoint
went ot Senator t'hristianey to the va
cancy on ihe I'uited States buueh
caused by the death of Judge Kiiiiinms.
Chandler wants to go back to the United
States senate, but ho knows
that is impossible unless
Chrl6tianey can be got out of the way. It
is not probable, however, that Chandler
will succeed in having Christianey ap
pointed to tho vacant judgship. Chris
tianey Is a warm supporter ot the presi
dent's Southern policy, and he can be of
more scrvleeR to the administration as a
member of the senate than he could as
United States judge.
Tuk special attention shown cx-Fresi-dent
Grant previous to bis departure lor
Euiopeby a tew leading Radicals is con
strued to mean something more than
mere fneudship for Mr. Grant. It is be
lieved to be a scheme ot the extreme
wing ol the Radical party to put him
forward for the presidential succession
in 1SS0 ; and tlii belief lus been strength
ened by the tone ot the speech of Sena-
inr vanieron, in wnidi .such a purpose
wr,- distinctly hinted at. Morton, Blaine,
J.oiri.i and Cameron, and all Knit
eats ol their class would lend to such a
scheme all their influence and support,
w ith Grant at the head ot tho adminis
tration these men would come to the
front agaiu as the leaders of the party
anu in ttie eveut ot the success of the
scheme, they would welld even a greater
influence thau in the palmiest days of the
past. Under 11 iyes they cannot hope lor
especial favors. The breach be
tween them and his ad
ministration cannot be mended
and they have nothing to hope to
at the nanus ot Mr. llayes. 1 hey must
look to the future, and taking time by
the forelock have determined to push
Grant forward aft tho candidate of the
party in 18S0. Grant has been tried. JIo
never went back on tho ultra wing ot the
party, and with him at the head of the
government, Blaine, Morton & Co.,
would again assumo the leadership of
the party with none to dispute their
right to it.
A bloody battle was fought between
the Russians and Turks at Kara on Sun
day, the 20th, in which It seenn the
Russians were defeated. The attack was
commenced by fierce cannonading from
the Russians, which was returned by tho
Turks with murderous eileet. The Rus
sians evidently attempted to carry the
works by storm, as they brought up col
umn atter column ol infantry, but be
tons they were reauy for the work tho
Ottoman commander drew together a
large force and attacked them in
flank and rear with disastrous results to
the Russians who were compelled to re
treat, leavluic three hundred dead und a
large number wounded on the field.
Iteturning to the attack
bloody engagement at close
quarters followed, and thcRusMaiis-were
again repulsed with heavy loss. There
was slight fighting at Ratoum, but no de
cisive result lor either side. Ou Sunday
urn jiussians in mrge numbers were
moving from Bucharest toward
iova, where a Russian army is concen
trating Telegrams from Tlflis give a
Bad picture of afJalrs ulong the eastern
coast ot Cape AdlertoCaps I'tchenlchyo,
where the Turkish men-of-war arc bom
barding and burnln.!!; undefended and
peaceful villages, uud landing Circas
, jian emigrants W, M.tk to Mcitetllt,
Abhaslans to rebellion. It is now be
lieved that the Uuian troops will not
attculpt to trots tlie Dauube before some
tlraeirarly In Juno. At least they ire In
no bury, and will probably not attempt
to crAtt belbre the czar reaches the army
Nnarm of Applicant Who They
i.rv uu nimru iuvi nnui 10 go
(3.ccil to tha New York World.)
Washington-, May IS. If Mr. Tllden
had liven Inaugurated president it is
doubtful it there would have been more
applications lor torelgn appointments
mail nave aireauy ueen lur-d under
Hayes. mey navo continued to
come in from the seventh of .March
n'uurt daily. Tho greater portion
are now autnors, editors, uoets and
journalists, who claim to have rendered,
as a general ruie, grear political services.
With but a lew exceptions oil are sup
ported by political lulluence. unite n
number are from business men or those
of commercial experience, who prtuent
tiieir Claims under tno proposed ro-orgun
iation ot the consular service in the In
terr-t of the commerce of tho country
I Ik; consuls emoraced in what Is known
aj schedule "I are allowed to trausiuv
business aside from their consular duties,
and many are deshous of such positions,
inoiigu ine salaries are in 11101 eases very
small. Tho applicants for the foreign nils
sious (three classes) have already been
genueraiiy mentioned. -Next in ranU
and pay came London, Liverpool, Paris
and Havana consul-generalships, with a
salary ot !?ii,0i)i) each. Tho fees, which
in the case ot tho first three averaged
$10,000 each last year, are now covered
into the treasury. The largest number
ol consular applications aro for positions
in either Kngland, France, Germany or
Swilerland; especially at Uordeaux,
Havre, Lyons uud Marseille's, in France;
Barmen, lierlin, Bremen, Cologne,
Dresden, rranktort (already filled by
Mayes' tormer private secretary, Capt.
Lee), Hamburg, Nureuiliuij', Koinivbuw
mill Kiltti'.irl, GernmiO', mid JSelast,
ilniilih'iiii, JlnulJonl, iinsfoi, ( oik,
i'ubliii, -Maiicliesler, .Nassau, 1'ielou,
end many others m J.uglauil and the
Hrltish possessions. 'J'lio.reorganizatum
ol tho consular service Will bo euiu
meiieeil in a few days.
1 lio cabinet held a session to day and
pent some lime in considering various
loi'eigu uud domestic apjioiiitineiiis, hut
came to no resolution thereon. The mis
sions to Vienna and Brazil were the prin
cipal ones dlcused, lu view ot the laet
that vacancies are about to occur in bolh
without positive removals, lien. IJeale,
inini-ter to Vienna, has just returned to
his home in this eiiy, and will probably
not go b.iek to Austria. He had an Inter
view wilh the president thU iiiorniug.aiid
it is determined that tor tho present the
mission .-hall remain in charo ol Secre
tary of Leifatl'Mi Pelaplallie, of New
York. Mr. Partridge, the present
minister to liriizd, is about to re
turn. Among tho Uvlvis applicants
for the latter mission, the name
ol Thomas J. Walton, ol Mississippi,
ippcared to be favorably considered.
lioth senators trotn that state, Lamar
and Bruce, am! leading men ot bolh par
lies have indorsed his application. Wal
ton is at present I'uited Stales district
atlorncy and a native Uepublican.
Vinong tho domestic olhces a change in
lh- commissioner of agriculture, and the
coming vacancy In one of Ihe coinniis
sionersinps ot the District ot Columbia
were debated. I'rolessor l.a l oinpie s,
Jno. M. Lang'ton's and oilier names
were considered lor t e lornier, but no
ecision was made. It seemed to lie the
understanding that tlpj changes in the
oivlirn missions and some ot the local
ntllees here should be made belore the
lirst of June. The president is anxious
to be relieved ot the pressure ot otlice-
seekers, which was renewed with groat
Whut Hut ll't'H Iino Tounni !(
'0.t,triir(.ii (lie l'riuthi Itiiremi.
The great overgrown money l.ictory,
the buivau of engraving and prun ing
in the treasury tLpartuiciit, is the only
portion ol tliu esiuuli.-liu.ienl much
conies directly in competition wun
private enterprise, and in the li'hr
ol re:ent. examinations, made 1 y di
rection ot Secretarv Sin ruiaii, it can no
longer be wondered by theoiuside world
thai it did not. successfully compete.
There were numerous names upon the
rolls of the persons who performed no
labor whatever, and the number crowded
in through the inlHienee ot politicians is
usionishimr. When compared to the
number still remaining, it was one ol
those elastic, halt organized establish
ments that sull'ered from a want of sys
temtoo much clerk and too nuieli pay
roll. They were actually in the way ot
each other, the number atone time being
swelled to nearly two thou
sand, and when Secretary Sher
man took the reins into his
hands there was fifteen hundred.
Though the force has since been brought
down to about lour hundred, at leant
twenty per cent, bavo little or nothing to
no. Almost any nay u lew eiei Ks may
be Fei n sitting idly about the rooms.
twirling their thumbs at the government
expense, l'.ut ih heretofore- stated in
these dispatches Mr. Mci'herson is put
ting tiio operai ions ol the establishment
upon systematic, business principles.
The labor Is intelligently divided
among skilled operatives. Tiic ellorts
of the chief are seconded by the sub
ordinates, and even the employes have
Imbibed the spirit of reform and work
more faithfully. Tho bureau is now
producing more paper money than there
is demand fur, yet the work is done as
well as ever and the saving in cxpens'.
has. so lar, been S'JOl) per day. There
is, however, less work to bo done because
ol the substitution of silver for one and
two dollar notes Probably, within a
short time, n considerable number of the
clerks will be put on the roll ol reserves,
to wait v itliout pay until their services
mav be required on tho active list, it is
not thought to lie prudent to reduce the
number ol experienced employes, by full
discharges, to the minimum n riuireil, be
cause there must be some resource fur
any extraordinary demand.
How Garfield was Duped.
Throw liiir Ahii.v n Nrinitnrntilp In
llmir lor u .SeiikerHlii In Ihe
(Spi'i ittl lu the New York Times )
Washington'. May ". A copy of a
letter dated March 18th, written by
President Hayes to General Garfield, in
connection with tie- election of senator
from Ohio to succeed John ."Sher
man, has been parsing around
licre during the pait lew days.
The letter was written as the result of n
conversation liet ween the prescient and
General Garfield, on Saturday. March 17.
The president sent lor General Garfield,
and after a long talk requested him to
withdraw irom the senatorial contest.
staling in detail his rcaons for the re.
quest, which were mainly that Mr. Gar
field would be of morn service to the ad
ministration nnd to tie- Republican party
by remaining a member of tin' house of
repri'senmtives, the president expressing
the belief that his chances for election
as spanker were very good. .Mr. Gar
field hesitated about withdrawing from
the senatorial contest, as at that time
his election to '.he peniite seemed sure,
nnd ftkked time to consider the matter,
which the president readily granted.
Mr. Garlli-bl thnneht it over, and mi
Sundav, March 18. alter an other talk
with President Hayes, expressed bis
wllllnirni-ss to make the suerillcp. bill
requested thattho president trlve him In
writing a letter expressing what ho bad
verbally communicated, which he might
bo able to show to bis friends. The presi
dent conceded tins without Hesitation,
and wrote a letter addrtssed ".My Dear
General," and signed 'Faithfully your
.riend. It. U. Haves." in tne letter me
president expressed In somewhat posl
tlv terms his regard for General Gar
Held, and savimr that no one
could armreclato moro fully than
the uresident tho sacrifice ho was
asking to make tho president asked
General Garfield to withdraw from the
senatorial contest, "bellevinir as I do
that your opportunities tor usefulness
to the administration and to tho country
as a member ol the house ot reprc?cntn
tives would warrant the sacrifice." The
president then expressed his belief that
lien. Garfield's election as speaker was
proonme, nna assured mm in nis wining'
uess to do nil in his power to accoin
P'isli tho result. Gen. Garfield upon
the receipt of this letter sent
a telegram to a member of
tho Ohio legislature, withdrawing Ills
name from the caucus, lha letter was
shown to many of Gen. Garfield's friends
at the time, as a reason why lie had witn
drawn, and it was supposed that the
president was aware that enough Demo
cratic votes would be cast for Garfield to
seeur.' his election as sneaker, llielat
ter Iw9 slnco become convinced that
these supposed Democratic promises aro
not to be depended upon, and has doubt
less learned that a senatorshlp in the
hand is worth a speakership in the
trouble of tli ftliippcra In l.onUi
Sr.w Om.ean. iliiv 21. Tho follow
Ilia siutenienl ol Ihe Coleasien lumber
(jui'Stiou is believed to be impartial anil
I'elhiulc : '! ho district attorney tiled lu
the LuiteU States court in New Orleaus
a sun against about a dozen citizens ol
Colcaoien parish alleging that
they cut a lurge quantity of pine
ios in (joicasicii on public
lands and praying u sequestration and
sale ol the logs lor the benefit of the
government. The writ issued and the
deputy marshal seized soinu '10,001) logs
in the creeUs Homing into tho west fork
of the Colcasieu river and stretched a
chain boom across the mouth ol the west
lurk, there ly bloekuding it. 1 ho loiriuen
say oyer nine-tenths ol the logs were cut
on private land. Government officers
say they were mostly culon pu'jlic lands.
An unusually delayed rise of the creeks
had caused urcut destitution und suller-
Ing to logmen and tlnir lainilies, by
their failure to get Ihe lox to market.
The seizure intensities tho suffering, be
cause enough logs have reached tho west
fork to give present relief. The fact that
thousands of these logs were notoriously
cut on private lauds causes great indig
nation at the arbitrary action of the
authorities, but no violence has been at-
lumpied and none threatened except by
two or three persons who protested
against the unjust seizure ot their pri
vate property. No one hero Dreams of
any except legal resistance. Several
Conferences have occurred between log
men anil government nirents. and it is
now confidently expected the matter will
be amicably adjusted and the blockade
raised in a few days.
lint CuMt-r MaswUTf -Wlml (ion. lil-triilt-ii
A correspondent of the Chicago Timej,
writing Ironi Washington uuer date ol
May guth, says : A correspondent of the
t'djntut to-day Iias tho following para
graph upon the subject ot the proposed
removal ot the victims of the Custer
ma'sacre to a new burial ground: "Gen.
Sheridan having announced ins deter
mination to send an expedition to the
scene of thu Custer massacre, to remove
the bones ot the slam, Gen. rlttendeu
has written a letter asking that the re
mains ot bis boy belelt to signalize the
spot where he tell. This letter ol
Crittenden to .Sheridan Is a cur
ious blending of a soldier's pride
with a pareiit'; aneetion tor his only
oil'-pring. 'There can bo no litier
resting place torn true soldier,' says
Crittenden,' than the spot which his blood
hallowed. It would be vandalism to dig
up and scatter widely the bones of thnsa
men who have been buried ns they died,
shoulder to shoulder. They all nerished
together, lighting without hope, and the
comradeship thus cemented tliould never
be sundered. There is no such other
ppot on this continent, and probably
never will be, as that where half a regi
ment of cavalry was annihilated. Let it
be kept sacred ; let it be kept an obscure
burial ground for those who have marked
it with their bodies as the most singular
battlefield known t3 history, i-roni
Thcriuopyhu one escaped ; lrom this
field not one. Let them rest there, at
least, and If their heroism is to be com
nicniorated, let their monument be reared
where they fell.
A Holy Wnr.
That important dignitary, tlicSliiek-ul-lsleni,
yesterday brought out the Sanjak
Slierif, or Hag of the prophet, from the
Seraglio at Constantinople and pro
claimed holy war. 1 tic Miiek-iil-lsliain
is the supervisor of education, the censor
of innovation, and the guardian of an
cient traditions, nnd in emergencies like
tin' present lias more power than Sultan
llauiid. The proclamation issued yester
day requires the Mohhtnedans
of the world, numbcrinsr 170,-
000,000 or lb0,000,000. to euritiir
to arms in defense of the faith. It means
a fanatical uprising against Russia, and
us Kngland has over 10,000,000 Mussul
mans among her Indian subjects who
may be fiercely agitated by the decree,
she will either have to keep them quiet
or foster their purposes. It Is somewhat
significant that an English army officer
stationed at Culcutta, recently writing to
a friend in London, said thnt Iudia was
profoundly agitated over the Kusso-
1 urkish war, and the feeling prevailed
that another Nina Sahib was about to
appear, who would in the event of Kng
kind's participation in the war, stir up a
rebellion, for which tho people were
believed to be ripe.
A stronsr feeling In favor of annexa
tion to the United States is said to have
crown up recently among tho property
holding class in the northern states of
Mexico. The development of such a
feeling would bo a not unnatural result
ol the lawless condition ol the country.
Obviously there can be no progress in
mat rejrion until a govern
ment is established combining the power
nun mi.- uii-pusiuon to protect property.
That protection Is tho primary object awl
the first duty of all orean'zed irovem.
incuts. The fiiet that it lias not been per-
mi men ,ii aicxico proves tne nectsslty
lor some Miiinxe, nnd the people naturally
look for the reorganizing force to come
from tills side ot the boundary.
The iHlilifnl lew.
"It is an open secret that of all tho
popular campaign speakers last fall in
tliis state, Bob Iugersoll is tho only one
who remains a Haves man. Lojran.
Storrs. Sydney Smith, and even Dck
Ogh shy, give the party up as ruined.
John Wentwnrth is about the only well.
known politician in Northern Illinois
that sticks to ilayes." ,
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Ihe country r -jiose in it proves tiieir
experience of its ii-efiilne'.
Certificates nth stiii-; in inu03
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stantly being received, and as many
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time:, an attemLiH. i 1 lie j.atienl
t oin)!;iins cd'v. tariiie-s.'ui'i deliility ,
lie is easily st,.rt!ul, his Itet are eohl
r l)uriiii);. ainl !' ion:ji!ains of a
pritkly hi!' : tion i.l tlit bUin; hii
spirits lire low ; and ;illliont;h lie is
sfitisfieel th.-.t e-:en i vwotild be bene
fitial to liini, ut hi- .in henrrfljp
sumiiion up foiiir.nle enough to t i'y
it. In i'.n I, he i!i iriii.t'; tmy rein
e''y. Several ol lit-- alicvc symp
toms athiul tlic: i.i evc, hut ease'
have ci'turrei'i v.!' k w ut tlit-iu ex
isted, yet e...':no. ; ii u of tl.t- body,
after iltath, Us -.-!ion the l.ii p. io
have been t-: 1 i i i - crapj'd.
AiTi'i: a:;d Vi:vi;r.
Dr. V. :i'.l...::i V, I.i.ik J'ii.i.?.,
I U ( .'.L I S Ol ' l I I . .-. --u I'H im , w In n
taken villi (Juiiiii:-.-. are pu'iti't'tivc
Of lilt' IiiO:,l I'L-l'i-, R.-lliiS. .XuLltttr
(atliartio en I., ired, prr parnlory
to, or al'ir t:l.i' r ijninine. We
v.oulil adviit all v. 1 i , ate alfluted
with this .:-,(? !o j'i'm: them A
I AIR 1RI.M .
i'br all Uiiii.ii' oeouif tmer.t:;, atij
as a simple j.!ir,iv.i:vi:, they are tin
equaled. IIEWAHK OF IMITATIONS.
'Ihe l'enuii e I n:. ('. M. Lank',
I.ivfk I'd i. are never sugar roatcd.
l'very l.ux I,-' . a r d was seal on
tile lid. with t' :: iiepres-ion 1)1',.
MVLANI.'s I.iVI K I 11.1.-,
'Ihe jii.-niMi.i- M'l.wiN I.ivi u
1'll.LS v.( lie :.i;il:)tu'es lit' l!.
M'. 1, ;ii,ii 1 i J!X; I'.l.r,- . nn tllC
U-i'' insist on
: toiektepi. i' f i mi.
1)K. '. .M'. 1 ..'.' I '
pared hv 1 !-. l.iii l
our ill iiLf;i-.t tr
;.ou the jjtiiuinij
l.; i'.i l'n i, pre
l'i. ... J'iihliirli,
Sold li;.' all n . jiei t.iLle dl ll";;it!
and (.ouiiiry stun keepers "enerally.
ll'-M' : l':.r II f ir Ok C. M' I Ak'8
1 Ik 1'ii.i.s .1 iri..!, w.li ii:. til ,. I .t
jH i.f llie l'i.ii-J MjI" , i.-it L.. fi J-jit o'
ii-.my l-ve cn.i
f iM1Ni. l.k('.. I Mt.l.i uU P
"THE WASHINGTON CITV ROUTE"
IS & 01 E. E.
Till; SHORTEST. QUCKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROVTH
W If h dirfi t ( onoections for
PHILADELPHIA. IN Ml SflSIOU,
Travi-leri dosirinjj :i
SPf.KDV, M.KASANT nnd 0OH OUT
W.LI. Xiilf, JJ
Should rruienihcr that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
tit nelfbrated lor Its
Klefrant Coaches, Splen:llil Hotels, (lr:md
and Ueautiful Wountiiin and Valley
Snenciy, and tlie many points
Historical Interest Along
gkGaFare will ALWAYS beat LOW
at by an; btr Line.
PULLMAN PAIA3E CAR
Ketwf en the Principal
Western and Eastern Cities.
For tliroufth tickets, baggage chocks,
movement of trains, sleeping car accom
modations, etc., i ti., apply at ticket ofllcee
at all priurlpul points.
NORTH, COUTH, EAST or WEST
li. It. Horsey, I,. M Colo
A't Ocn. TIclttAyt. ii-n.Tli-k ((t'
Tims. P. Harry, Tlioi. It. Miaip,
Western Puna. Agt. MrnUtr ofTransp'n.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AOKNT8 AM BRIO AW POWDB OO
&7 Ohio Levee.
W. H. MABEAW.M.D.
HomcDopaihic Physician and Surgeoa
Dr. Brighara Succcuor )
Offioe 136 Commercial Are.
2l-llii Cairo, llhncis,
Special ulieiilion aiven to the trrtmcn "
Chronic Dl.vaurt and ilist-aiea er,ullar m
O.HAEHISON LEACH, M D.
Ki pocial attention ii . en to Homeopathic
treatment ot snriilcal iIUi-bhps, all elironlo
diseases and dUeine ot women and chi
dreo. Ulllce ou Commereial aveunn near
Mntu street. CA1UU.1LL.
DRS. CANINE & WHITLOCK,
Having i-ntt-reil InH a o-partnersldp. f r die
iiuriiu") of priiclii'lnit ili-niliiry, in all lu
bnmrlii't, would respn'tmlly inlnriu lli-we ni-eil-irntln
wiiivol'i ilontul oiicrnmr, tlml liny
re prcpari-l Io ulliud Io tlwii- Wiinls in evi-ry
'I hi-lillinif of Uclli iVmi- in iiiemost ialiBnc
'nry maniK-r. In-crtliiK arlilli-iul ili iiliu-n, nl
wuys wuti a vii w m' rv-tnrlntc, u-i Inr a piac-lii-ubl",
tlie lout I'-mloiir ami niituriil xpri'miiun
it' lilt' lllllHl iUlpMVI'll MII'lllOll Bui IIIUll-riulH
Tit-tli pttrwai-d ulwolntily wiilimit pain lijr
Umiik nitrous omiIi-kiii,.
They exirml un invitation to all, to rn I on-l
V' tlu-ni ami solicit a HIh-mI shiire nf their put--niiuiri'.
nrli inirinircil. 'riv iiioileratr.
IIANIXE It Will ll.Ui K,
WCoii.mi.r- i einic, l,clwce f ilmnd ''ih .t
.1. II. Mi i.ky, 1). I. i. ti.an.J.M. I.anhiih
MULKEY, LINEPM & LANSDEN,
AttoruCji? at Law,
H Hi K: l --.ii.iii
I.ini'Kur H I.nn.'li n
b in iilfasf i'.jpy.
t I II M'll
al. nlll-'e :i
"Zucuto's Patent hpjrografl"
rpilH I'AI'MtOCItAI'A Wll.I, I'HulirCK
L I-I'oim ni'e lo u tllon -nii'l r.u'-iiiiiii;ii.n ol HUV
"IfulKil, wrilinif, ilniwliiK, mupi, nolii'eii, prim
lint exuiiiiiiutn.il pup r, etc. , ii-ing mc writ
.nd an nnliniry ('.ipyiiixprei-H. The prniwrs is
simple, ra-v. ami iupul mmhI lor ili'-rriptlve
circuhir, und n-lurns TDK I'il'Vin.lt.VI'll
O , Xorwkh, Cuiiu. or .JilllV SMJS IIK'lll.
!' N. Sixili M M l.oins. Mo.
Kdl'IIsIi I(msel. Tliree Ply and lnraln
also, f-t ,lr l'arpet,Velvr-i Kurs, Cruuil.
Cloths, ttil loth", eli'., very cheap
at tlie Did Pla o
112 FUL10W ST., NEW YORK
Carpets cireliilly iacktd ni.d i nt to au
part ol the l iiitt't Sutos (ntc ol i hare.
13" SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
J A- BBNDALL
olilain-il, -n me-
tnr-lii-al f.r other
ir.i'li niarki. an-l
liilwlf. ( events, Alnnnient", InteiT-raneeB,
etc., prnn.piy nt'-ndi'-l to. Invenrion- tint
I'lli c r in a y
'(ill, in ii,..
ciir-l hv ii .
rite the Patent ()illi-c we can make closer u-nrrh-rs,
nnd iccnte pui nli iti.,re i.ri.mplly mnl with
lnoKilir rlullim thim Pone wh are remote lYoni
ien-1 n $ a
in o il e 1 rr
. k et r n ot
J our llevire
r e make
i v in i na
tion free cf charife.iinif a-fvine as In m!erituhilliy
All corrc-.pouili-in e eirictly coi.thk utinl pi ices
I'ri.-en low, AM NO UiAlflih tM.hS
I'A I1.NT IS bl I.IT!I.I.
We rrfrr U-oilic al, in Ihe I'uti-nt ofiicc. and to
m entors in eyery r-tine in tlie I uinn A'l-lrest
I. A. 'SuW A LU
Oppo- r Patent Oltiue V.'imhinxlon. D.t .
H 1 US.
CHARTERFDJKAKCH 21. 16C8
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
I. S. TAYLOIt, 'ic Prt-clili'r
W . ii V Si.'jl', sec'v and Tn-a
It SAFFOUD. PruHldent.
P.W. Bahclav, Ciias Qalioiiir,
F. M. SrocaiJinT, I'acl O Sciicii,
It. II Ct NNtNOHAU. 11 I, H A I.I.I OA V,
.1. 11 Phillip..
INTKltEST paid on depoiita at the rate nf ait
percent, per annum, Murch 1st and S.ptem
vt 1st. Intercut not sri'Jiilrnwn l atlded Imme
lia'tly to the principal of the deposits, thereby
riving them comnouml interent
Married Wornon and Children may
DopoBit Money and no one
else can draw it.
0)-n every humnesBitav rromfla.m. toS p.m
ai Suturilay eTcnlniM for anvlng. Ueponita only
ron ton o'clock. '
W. HY8I.0P. Treaeurer.
t HroiiK, l'rei-l.lert. II. Wills, Cashier.
I. Nctr. lec I'na't. T. .1. KtTth. Asst. ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Street
K. llronB, Cairo. Wra. KIuko, Cairo.
I'. Netl', Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Sui-iinka, Cairo. H. L. llillinKaley, il. Louie.
K. Ilti'ler, Cairo. II. Wella, Cairo.
V. II. Ilrinkman, St. I.ouia,
J. Y. Ck'injim, Caledonia.
V Ueneriil IliinkiuK DtiHlueaa none.
DF.xchanRe sold and bought. Interest paid
n the SuvitiKH lK-iwrtinent. Collectioua made,
nd all budinciu nromutlv attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - $100,000
W. P. It ALLI DA Y .President .
I1KNUY I,. HALLIDAY, VicoPrest.
A It KAKFOItl), Caahhr.
WA' " It MYSI.OP, Aea'tCaahler.
8. Staatr Tati.or, R. II. Ctf iRonAM,
H L, Haj.mday, W. I. Hali.idav
G. li. WlI.LIAMHOM, RTKPIIIN lilHO,
A B. Saffiiro,
Exohango, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKPOSITfl rerwlved and a general banking
Manhood 1 Womanhood I MaiIriaoeI
Impediments tu Mnrrlgc the cauto
and cure. Sent securely nenb.d, pout
paid for o cents, byDR.'C. Whittikr,
6t7 St. Charles Stroet, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great specialist. Read hlwork
"Tha Xing of all PuUloatlooa laauod '
for til Yonnfr on Eitbar Bid of the
Atlantic. "fiouthimpton (KujlinJ) Obiervtr,
Tho third volume of tbl. Incouiparabld
Mairaxlne la now coinplnuid. With its
alght bnndrcrl royal octavo piKe, and Its
al l huudred illustriitlniis, its splendid sen.
alt, lu ihorlcr Horko, poems, and aket.-hej,
eto.,eti-,,lD its beiutltul liludin? of red
and gold, it la tho most sploudid ulfi-booi.
for boya and rrlrla ever lisued rrum tl,..
press. Price, ft ; lo full gilt,
"ST. N'icnot.Al la full of thn i lioli-ent
thinv. The publication I?. In nil lesnnrts.
thu best of lu kind. We have never yet
oen a number that, was not Mirprlhiindv
(Cond. 1 no Cbnrchniau. Hartford Conn
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Vr'blib opens with November, 1K70, bc-ii.
A short and very entertainini; aerial Iron,
tUn Krench, "Tke. KloKdom ol the Ureedy,"
a Btni7 adapteti to the I'banksKlviiiK unison.
Another aerial, ol abnorliliif' interest to liny .
"MIS OWN MAST-Klt."
Kv J. T. Trowbriilme,
author of the "Jaek Hazard StorieN" ,e.
Kini in the ( lirintmaa Holiday mubui'.
iteidi!H aerial i-toriu., I'briainia utorl. ,
lively eketi'hca, poem, and picture for the
liolldiya, and Home awtonitihlnK lllutriiiloiH
of Oriental porti,witb drnv, Inir hy.Si irne.c
Tho OiriBttnnu noliday Number ot
Superbly illiiHtruted, contain-- a very inter.
" IIIK It )S 01" .MV HOVHOOD,"
Hy Wllituni CiilUn Pryaut :
"Tlifi Horse Hotel." a lively ritti-le, l.v
1'harlen A. IUrn;irJ, pli ndpliy lluMr;itei ;
'Thu Clmk In the ekv," by Klcliard A.
Proctor; "A C'brUluiaa Play for Home'' or
Stinday-K-jhoi Ik," by ir. hVul'itou ; "'I he
Peterliim,' chrletma. 'Ire.,-," by I.ncreli:i
1. Hale; "Pot-try and Curolx of Uiiiter,
by l.Ui'J i.nr'-ullJ, W illi ph tniei.
Do Not Fall to Buy St. Nicholas H.r the
Ohrlatuiaa Huliduva. Prloo US eta.
Dunn,': the yrtir there will he lntere-tin
papi-rt lor lio , by William l iillen lli jiuit,
.fonnO. Wliitiit-r, riiotiiun lliiHheit, William
HoNVitt, ir. lfo:iiitn), lienrifn .Mai fioirilil,
Sutlord It. Hum, frank It. Moi'klon, an-l
T'lK'l'C Will lie itnrlp, kl:iit..hr.ii .....I
poem., olpccial Interest to (,-irN. by flm-
rtct PrciM'oii spoUord, Siihin i iinliil(.-e,
aran tinier iwiiol', Kllzalietri Miinri
J'lii-lp, l.oui.t Al.T-.tt, i.in retia P. JIhIi ,
l 'el a I haxti.-r, Mary Mapi-a )inl;e, ami
many cthera. i her,, will ,e ut,
'TVVPt.VK SKV PKTI U.:',"
Hy Profcmior Troefor, the Ai-trot.oiner,
with mip-, rhowlnif "Tlie Han of Km h
Montii," wliii l, will be likely t ) aiirpah. in
interest any aeries on popular aen n- o re
cently given lo the public.
AmiiMiiient and In-U-iction, with Pun
and frolic, and Wit and Winlnm. will l
minified an herelnlore, nnd Sr. .Vii.iitila
will continiic to dell!ut the yoiin and ?it
plt-a-nre to thu old.
TIIK LONDON 1.ITI I! KV Wolil.l.
"Tilt re Is no Mupaine fori he yoiitt;' thfit
cm be Mia to ri(iiul thu choice proliti tion
Of ScKIPNF.lCe prta. All the articl.n,
whether m pron- or rliyme, urc tl,roMjini
with vitality. The literature and
rtlelic IllUKir.-ill'in. are botti -tipi t ti."
'I'lie London Uaily Ne i-ay : "We wl-li
we could point out its ffju.-u lu our r.-,n
OOUI) NK'.VS ft in ii)V.-i ANU (.11
Tonint the neui'iud for a cheaper
J icilul A-i (lilt.li.jok, tlieprno n vol",
and II ti.-iii betu reduct d to (Si each, 'in
three voluine., In :iti i-le-ani llhniv caee,
are old lor ill) (in lull uui, t l.'i, o lint ad
may give their diil-in-n a coinpi,-t0 net.
Tnee volmnea con'.uln more attractive ni:i
tertul tli.-in lllty iIhIIhiV wi.t'h ol the ordin
ary children', bo As.
Sut.-ci'ipiion price, ?'! year. The three
bound volume mnl a .uh-crlptioii lor H.i
jcur, omy mi1,-i,!i wiiii the ne'iier',
nt-w -dciler, or aoud mnnev in cht 1, or p.
ti. uion. y or Icr, or in rejji nre feKei-, ,i
-XKIIINf lt A LU..
I I 5 t I . i. . i
'Ihe llot i.mineni Living ,,ino,,r fu...
I'rol. Max Mu ier, l-roi. I , i. Uli, iu. .J0 '.V
r.. l.ltidntoi Dr. W II, ( .nlinn r, I'm: II. n -ley,
l( A- Proctor, Prince I'ow.-r Cuhle. II...
Ituf Argyie, .lim. A. iroude. Mr'. M.doi n,
Mr. lillpimiii, Mm. Ale.imlir, Mi-.BThai;l.i ray,
lean liiKt-liiw, t.eorire MiwImiimM, Win. ) u, I
Anthony Ir.llope, Mutthcw Arnold, lleury
lunt'iiley. W. W Sn.ry, Aurrhacli, Itu-kin,
Cnrlyie, lennyinn, llrowuiug, m,l lii, oiher.',
lue rtnreecn'.. d in Hit ou jei of
Iittoll'Q Living Ago
.lun. 1, 1. T7, 'I MF. I.1VINT, A(iK. ent-i-upon
Its l.'Ud volume, with the contiiiiin.1 coiiiiiihi'Ib
tinn of the h. si nien ui.a Jjiirnuit i.f the cunntr;
and With co'Utuntlv ir.ereu,injr i-ucc-s.
ill le."7, It Will lurnioh t- its rea-teia the pro
ductions of Hie I'orencMt imtl.ora almve nmn.-l
,ml ni.r.rnll.i.p.. ..i.... ,
and .Short Munea'hy the Uielin? l'oreiu V.vrl.
ii-ii Kii'i nn unouiu
Uaapproached by any ether Pericdicr.l
In the world, of tlm mojt -.iiiiil 'e litt-rury an-l
icjetitillc inutlernl the ilnv, ipnu the i.ent oftlie
leu ling Kitiayieta, M.'ieiitinK, Criln ii. lii.,rover
er.-t, and Kdi nrs, reprejenliu every ilepartinenl
ot htiimPlire and Pr-jgriHa.
'IIIK I.lVIMi Aljfc.On whl. h:t-onlyer,ti,-petitor,
' ' KVKKY MA 1 1 11KA V, ' tia, Leet.
merited), f a wully nugume of c,-.iy.,i,i
pat?ea, giving more tlin
TllltKK AND A gfAHTKR THOUSAND
douMe column octavo paej of reading-matt,
yearly. It prewnla In an iiiexptnune form
COllHlllerillir it uflii.lllit nl fl.altrr .l . , h I I .
owing to lt weekly iitnte, uml with puti'rar.tnr;
. uiiiuiriruena Hill inpn u uy no Other pUlllHUllDII
the Vnt Kssaya, Iteviewi, Ci Iticctm, Inlea
Skelcheiot iiaveland I'Mcotery, I'oetry.Scien
title. Hioi'r:lll)lirjil. Hi4tr.ro.,.l ...... !..! I I..
formation, from the eulire lody of Foreign
i"uiuii uin'i m urr.
It iri thPiX'ure invuluuMw fr fvi y Amvrian
rpaiiirastbetiuly fr&h nml thonuj:h rmhiiiln-
f ir.n fifun imli. l.. ........... . ' :
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Tho Ablest Living Writers,
all limnelie, f filteralure, Scienee. ,l nml
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o keep uhn imt of Ihe thought of the m' in Mkr
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. i" i'-- - .on me i loiiuiuin oi
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L. t uyler, D. D.
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'It reproduces the beat thoiiglihi of tlie bent,
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living interent. "-I'hiludolphiK Inquirer
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me Nat'on. New ork.
JB,.,t "ThW- A m"ntll'y tut corr.,., verr
week ' The Advance, Chicngo.
"With it alone a reader uwy fairly keen mi
with all that ia iumorUnl lu the iSurVVl,!-'-tory,
pohtiea. and science ol the day." 'ihe
Methodist, New York. ). iw
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poalail ' "K' " ye!ir' fr'
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To all naw iitbacrlbera for 1877, will be aent
gratia the elx number, ot In7c, containing, vrnli
other valuable matter, the first ttiHtalliintnia of a
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