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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
W. "W. PYATT t OO..
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Balldlnir, Oor. Twelfth Btree
and Washing-ton Atmu,
fcJM'ountr anil Kallroad Work a Specialty
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ST. L0UISJR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
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K. A. MII.IUBB, U. L. MOaHILL.
Gen' Pes. An't (ienerul Siip't
tJ-Kur iiifiirinaliua n-lative It ralea anil uin-.-lectuiui),
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AJvertirting AeuU, 41 1'ark Kow. N. Y.
Ckonix of Oregon, In a brother of
Cronln ofNcw York, a Republican Hec
tor tor that Mate.
Thk general assembly when it meets
next month, will meet in the new state
house, wliicli I, liowevr-r, lar from com
Tin: Chicago W, which believes "it
Is probably out ot the question to re
elect (.ten. Logan," nominates Oen.
tjraiit for the United States senate irom I
Hlj, ,.. . out oy trit! tacts belnre us. ao general
j intimidation of Republican voters was
- - - established. No colored man was pro-
Thk proposition to make !en. tirant j duced who had been threatened or as
United States senator iron. Illinois is met j "" M' W Conservative because ol
,, ... .! I'oluical opinion or discharged Irom em-
wjth favor by the l.cpublican press. ' ployincnt or refused employment. Ot
content between Logan and Grant for all Uiomi who testitled to intimidation,
that position would be Interesting. there w as hardly any one who of his own
. I knowledge, could specify a reliable ln-
' ' stance ol such acts, and of the white men
Mr, Kd.mi'.nds' proposed con'Mtutional I who were produced to testify generally
amendment to refer the electoral vote to j
the L nited States supremo cort was lice.
tli feated by a vote of thirty-one o four- This was the result of Ropnl.
teen. Senator Key, of Tennessee, w iican inquiry into the intimidation stories
the only Democrat who voted fot the ls'"- lathe face of this testimony
amendment. and before the congressional committee
' now investigating the election of 1870
JWt HWfy, the high-toned "jcur- Lave """lo their report. Republican news-
iml of civilization." Kixaks of "the de.
basement of Democratic polities wlicb
reiiiesents (Jen. firant as a 'uurtK-r' a
tyrant' and a 'military despot,' " la b.; j t,,at " can,e to M'1' " emphatically
same article In which it denominates .he ! ,hat tlie Republican party was
hero of New Orleans, a.4 "the ignorau, i ,1,'e,lt,!,, ' Louisiana by fraud, Intimida
he vindictive and the dogged.Tacksor." ' ,ion aml "bnlMozin..- There is strong
. presumptive evidence that these osscr-
. tions .pr0ved as they have been
Tiik Springtleld, (Mass.,1 Kepul!anMonm The evidence adduced bclore
of the 0th inst, quotes as rpecially H- the present committee in New Orleans is
plicable to tins time the opinion or l rc-i-:
dent Lincoln on the counting ot fie
electoral vote. Mr. Lincoln's opinbn
was that "the two houses of eongrs,
convened under the twelfth article of .he
constitution, have complete power to;x-!
elude from counting all electoral vdesj
deemed by them to be illegal. '
Mil. HaKizki l showed hiixiscU ia i
luvor of the people's money by voing
for the Bland silver bill, which rc-nunl-ti.es
silver and provides for the restora
tion of th" American silver dollar waich
was a legal tender lor eighty years until
it was dropped in 173 by the act ot a
Republican congress. The bill provides
iur the coinage of silver dollars ot,lie
weight ol lour hundred, twelve and
MttnruMi- Mauuaru River eacn, accoru-
ing to the art of January li. 1M7, and I
,"k.i:-!ifci tender lor all debts,
public and private, except wtierc pay-
' , , , , ,
uient in gold coin is required by law.
. , , , , ...
Ihc vote stotxl one hundred and sixty-
even yeas to tifty-three nays.
Tlll. K.tll.ltOAIt MI StlM.'.t tr ILLI
NOIS. The State llfgUlrr has been examining
the forthcoming report of the railroad
and warehouse commissioners and hnds
that tlie mileaL'u of nas-enzcr. litiirht.
mixed, construction and all other trains
on roads doin' bu.-iness in this state for
the fiscal year was 7",825.7C8 dollars. The
total gross receipts were $107,27;l,4CO.
The average gross receipts per mileoi
road were $i,:U5.77 ; passenger trains av
eraged eighty-seven cent per mile;freight
and mixed trains, one dollar and f.fty-one
cents; the tons ot irelght carried aggre
ted in round numbers 3.',000,000. of which
13.0W.U00 were iu Illinois. Only eeveii-;
teen ol the fifty-one roads doing business!
in the state, earned more than expenses
and itittres.t on bonds. Light ot them
paid dividends. Deficits are reported
from fifteen companies, and nineteen !
roa.N are in the hands ol receiver.
lit moiWAitD 1XEi.1u1111.Kt j
The Murphy sboro InUrvenJent of j
Thursday lait gives currency to U12 ru-'
mor that the seat of W. II. Woodward,
elected from Carbondale at the late elec
tion to the general assembly, will be con
tested by either Mr. Phillips or Mr.
Kroii. The rwason for the couust is the
alleged ineligibility ot Mr. Woodward
ti hold the office. At tho time
of his election, ho held the
position ot city clerk ot Carbondale.
av'corcting to the statutes of Illinois, "no
person ahull be eligible to the cilice of
representatives in the general assembly ot
his state who holds any lucrative posi
tion under the .federal government or the
state of Illinois ; provided, however, that
theo.tUccs of Justice of the peace, notar
ies public, and constables shall not be
considered lucrative." The question to
be decided Is whether the oHice of
city . cktk is an ollice under
tho state. It is created by the
statutes, the manner ol the dec-1 the treachery of its owners, who, violat
tion Is provided for by the statutes and ! lug a contract w ith the two orphans,
the duties of the incumbent are stated iu I slezed all their possessions, sold them out
the law entitled "an ac: to incorporate
cities and villages." A nice question
arises here which the legal minds of the
district can take hold of.
TWO I II I .H Mll'iqi.H.IV fill
IAIN. Tho Chicago Tribune, which is not a
war newspaper, writes an article upon
the "hot-heads who are trying to foment
war" iu which it says :
"There is a wcll-detiued issue between
the parties which may be settled in some
peaceful manner. There is a question of
doubt which party has won fairly, owing
to tint .looseness of election laws. It u
certain'that Ihe Ihunocrais cast the most
votes. It is equally certain that Ihe Be-
fniblicans would have cast the most votes
ud tlie election been fairly conducted,
and had not fraud, and iutimidatiou, and
bulldozing been openly used in southern
0fl.o, X3ta.ll. tlx X3M.lld.lnc, Ccnut T ralftiJ. SJtr) ml
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17,187G.
Republican Stales a apart ol llic ma
tliinery of election.'' mmmZ
While we af ree with the Trihune on tho
qucitlon of war, we differ with Its one
nlded argument in regard to Louisiana,
The assertion that "fraud and intim
idation and 'bulldozing' were openly
used in southern Republican state a a
part ot the machinery of election," re
main to be proved. The tame charges
were made by the party, with the eame
vehemence, in 1S7-I, and it is not two
years ince a Republican congressional
committee reporting upon the subject,
declared their Iality in the following
Asawholt; we are ccnslraiiied to cay
that the intention charged la not bom
' a a.t, i...-
I sistence of the man who told the
) same improbable story so oitcn
conepiCUons for its failure to produce
bloody noses, black ryes and broken
limbs acquired in the eHort to vote the
Radical ticket at the late presidential
A 4. HOST I. Y TOKY Or Till;
The New York Herald of a late date
gives some Interesting particulars of the
i history of the late Brooklyn theater de
stroyed bj fire a few days ago. The
house was built by a number of capital
ists for Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Conway who
had been very succes-lulin their manage"
merit of the old l'ark Theater in Brook
lyn and had leid by some seventy or
eighty thousand dollars tor a
d:iy. The spot selected
new theater was tlie old site of
tlift linreinor I'rriiliiil miti rhnrrli r,f Sr.
Jo,m.g T,e dnircU WM tora dowu alld
, :,,,: rf.mnvfl frmn ,1,1.
,. , . , r .r
resting place ot long years. Irom the
. ., , ..,
tirst, Mrs. onwny was troubled with
j, . ,. . . .
liiill.linir i-.r IliM llu.fifi.r r.n tliur ctr.f unu
a desecration of holy ground and subse
quent events Bppear to have justitied her
fears. Vithin two years after their
lease of the theater, tlie Uonways
had sunk two hundred thousand dollars
in the enterprise and Mr, Conway,
while upon tlie stage one night, fell,
struck with the disease which resulted
iu his death a lew weeks later. lie in
sisted before he died that he might have
lived to a good old age il he had lett the
"haunted and cursed"' Brooklyn theater
alone. That it was haunted was popu
larly believed by the habitues of the
theater. At night when It was shut up,
the doors and windows closet!, and every
possibility of a draught excluded, and
as soon as the lights were extinguished,
never before, "the Hits and scenery on
the stage would llap, swing, strain and
creak as If a terrific gale were blowing up
through tbeui, and all this time without
a breath of air stirring."
To add to this horror, the dressing
rooms were immediately over a number
of the churchyard graves, which had
never been dismantled of their contents,
and iu damp weather tlie exhalations
from these were not only disagreeable
but so noisome as to cause serious illness
among tlie members of the company.
Two years alter her husbands
demise, Mrs. C nway died in her
rooms above tlie theater, declaring
w ith her latest breath that all her mis
fortunes were her punishment lor the
desecration of St. John's churchyard.
On this night the stage carpenters, siene
shilters and property men left the build
ing in affright and told straiiiic stories of
moans and shlcks tlit-v had heard in the
building. After the death ot Mrs. Con
way, her two daughters endeavored to
retrieve their own fortunes and save the
family name, but their connection .with
the Brooklyn theater brought
them nothing but misfortune
and it was finally broken by
auj leased the theater to new parties iu
whose hands it was at the time of
struct ion by lire.
The Lake City Jocrxal ts a local newspaper
puhli.hed in tlie uildxt of ihetiarden of the W eel,
where lauds may be procured at 1 is. to $1 o
pt racre. The man ot whatever av;e. prole.aiou
or capital, cau here make his fortune.
Thot-e ouuti iiiiiluiiiiK a western home aud Com
petency, may le thoroughly informed by be
coming subscriber to the Jul khai..
l aausi One year, oo, bin mouths, l ""i
Three inoiiths, 'ocfiila, M.nUiKe iwiil.
Addrn I , B. lioTc'llhiss,
Dee. i-4w Ijke City, It w.
yif . R. SMITH
Physician & Surgeon,
OlUce iii Winter's 15lw W. corner Hevcuth aud
C'emmerciiil Avenue, (entrance on Keventhl.
Uesideuce'I birlceutu street, We.lOl WashiOKtoo
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B ".AFFORD. Preaident.
H TAYLOR, VIcaPiMiiUinl.
W . H YS1.UH, Sec'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Rarclat, Cbas. Gai.ioii,
F. M. HTocBnaTH, Pai l O 8 bl-h,
li. H. CcnsHKonAM. II. L. ILai.Uuat,
I. if PUILLIV.
INTEREST paid on depnsiUi at the rata ol tit
percent, per annum, March lat and Heptem
Mr ltt. Interna not withdrawn in added imnia
1 lately to the principal ol the deposit., thereby
riving them compound intermit
Harriot! Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
elaa oan d ' it. -
Open every buMnetariay from On. m. lo S p.m
I J SaturUy evening, for saving, depoiiu only
rom C to 8 o'clock. .
W. HYSLOP. TroMurer.
F Rroen, President. H. Wi II, Coahier.
I. e-fl. Vice 1'reVt. T. J. liertli, Aeot. aah'r
Corner Commercial A v and 8t Street
r' ltross, Cairo. Wm. Ktiiire, C airo.
P. Ni ff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Sunanka, Cairo. R. L. TJilllna-nley , t. Loula.
K. Under, Cairo. H. Well, Cairo.
K. If. Krlnkman. St. Louis,
J. Y. Clrmton, Culeilonut.
1 General linn kilts' Bnalaieaa Don.
It-Exchanire sold and bought. Intore.t paid
n (he bavins. Department. Collertious made,
tid all buainen. proniptlr attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
W p IIALl.IDAr, President.
HKMIY L. HALLIDAY. VicePrest.
A il.hAPFOHD, Cashier.
W A ' K HYoLOP. Aas't Cashier.
S. S)TAAT TATLOB, R If. C"rIlfOMAM,
II L. IUllidat, W. P. IIau.iuav,
li. 1). WlLUAHeoN, Btkphbx Biko,
A . B. SAFrORD,
Exchange, Coin and United Statea
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rwived ."aifeneral anklDg
bUBineas done . .
be ' '
y 1 H'oj
Circuit Court of Alexander Count Ji
uary Term, A. t., 1877.
William W. Uuey ts. Kugene Ciaratity,
LoiiUunne Garaghty, William 11. Uale, Ai
cinda U. (iale, Catharine Uale, Jacob 11.
Burrough and Robert L. Wilson, in Chan
cery. Aflidavit ot the non-residence ot
Kuene (laniKlitv, Louisianne (iaraghty,
Wiiliam 11. liale, Alcinda B. Uale and Cath
arine Uale, Jacob II. Burrougb and Robert
L. Wilson, th4 eletendaats above named,
having been tiled in the ottice ot the Clerk
of said Circuit Court of Alexauder County,
notice is hereby given to the said non-resident
defendants, that the complainant tiled
his bill of complaint In said Court 011 the
c hancer)' side- thereot on the 2'd day of
November, A. L., Is7e, and that a summons
thereupon issued out of said Court against
Faid defendants, returnable 011 the tret
Monday of January, A. !., as is by
Now, therefore, unless you, the said non
resident defendants, Khali personally be and
appt ar belore the said Circuit Court of Al
exander County on the tint day ot the next
Term thereof, to be iiolden at the court
houc in theclty of Cairo, in said county, on
the first Monday of January, A. D , 1877.
and ply ad, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint the same,
and the matters and things there
in charged and stated, will be
taken as contented, and a decree entered
aain,t you aocording to the prayer of said
REI BF.N S. YOCirM, Clerk.
Cairo. Nov. 22, A. I)., Is7t. oawMw
Cliniirery .Not lee.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander
Circuit Coiit of Alexander county,
January Term, A. D., Is 77.
Henry Whiteamp vs. Klla Held, Andrew
Reid, Mary .Stubhs, ephaniah 8tuhbi, Rosa
Kurress and William liuse, in Chain eryi
To Zephaniah btubbs one of the above
named defendants. Aflidavit having been
tiled In the otlice ot the clerk of said court,
that you Zepbaniali Stubbs, on due inquiry
cannot be found, you are hereby nolitied
that the complainant tiled his bill of com
plaint Iu said Court on the Chancery side
thereof ou the 23d day ot August, A.I). 1ST (I.
and that a summon thereupon ismed out
ol said court atjalii-t said defendants, re
turnable on the lirtt Monday ot September,
A. ., l7ti, as is by law required, and that
said summons was returned as to you "not
Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Zephanlah Htubbs, shall personally be and
appear before the said Circuit Court of Al
exander County on the tirst day of the next
term thereof, to be Iiolden at the court
house in the city of Cairo, in said county,
on the lirst Monday of January, A. I. 1877.
aud plead, answer or demur to tho said
complainant', hill ol complaint, the same,
and the matters and things therein charged
aud stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
RKL'HKN S. YOCI M, Clerk.
FlStlKK .V WllKKLVR,
November IS, A. l., 1S70. oaw-4w
NT. LUI IH. MU.
TSirlv v.rannerirnre la ih. tmliuuiil ul HuzuilI uu
, tr. 111 iTvntrn(.UulSh
A ray. loiogiaal view ui ai.rritis
for tUtMiwrieU .mi IUum ruauiitti.iii.
li.arl,MSti a th. myrterl.. ul ri-lirotlnrl.
ui, lua 111. Mr.l liiSntnli.4 n w.iirth.
ni.nitO'xl auil ui.nliuod An IliijatmUtl uuuk ul Jli iwifra.
Iur iiiu.io mUuiii, whirli .IiuumIIw ail uiulx MKh uii
k.-v. S. ut uml. r torAOefL
A HtlVATE MEDICAL TBEATIS2 oa all diwsHS
CI a Privats Nature In both via, l .buw. s.il Ui.
ohI.-i . ul th. iM.au.1 jrM.st. sad tit. uiesii. ul cura, lai uav.
a .111 fniii.riiu. ut uiaUrMal tur ru. .
MEUICAL ABVlOaanaViualand C onml Uiu.L
S il.imI W.Mkua., Caterrh, Caat-er, K.uKarr, tu. iiiuu.
illti, e., aiu page Vutk .rat luidar x-sl tor IU .la. All
iira hok, i'ul.Mliilus w pagae.iulvwryMillul wuuit
.awwini; uu lltaautiwi. sent avsarely sealed su
eoipt or SO ets. AiUrcM, Dr. BuHs' DiMMn.sry.
Me U N. ttk it. t Lsajis, Me. lliuWatoTw.)
JOHN H. MXrZJUT,
Attorney at Law.
OFFK'K : At residence on Ninth Street, be twee
WaMiington aveuueand Walnut Mtreet.
nm mm 10 suit the times
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Rom and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Spaolal Rat fcr Wk or Bf oath.
A limited number of very deoirable lamily
roums can be aecured at reaouable rates lor the
I he St. Charles ia the largest and bent aopoiut
ed House in SoiiUicrn Illinois, and is the lradius
hotel in Cairo. NotwIih.tandinK the "Bed
Kock" reduction in priis, the table will, a
usual, tie liberally supplied with the very bet
of everything- that can be found in market.
Fine larire sample rooms fur commercial trav
elers, on trround floor, freeof chaiye.
U"All bajrKaiteol'Kueata conveyed to and Irom
the hotel without charge
WHOLES ALB AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Ooraor 10th St. and Oomm rcla At,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
it 1 1 .
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hia own Horse Bboesand
can Aaaure Good Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
' THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE."
THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST,
AND ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO
Msgta d Ellin:
With direct connections for
Fs:l:.s!p::i, hi York. Ssiiss,
A Speulj, Fleisiat r.i Comforiibla Trip,
Should remember that tlie
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
I. t'. lebrated for its
Elefrant Coaches .Splendid Hotels, Grand
andBeauliful Mountain and Valley
Scenery, and the many points ot
Hiatorio Interest Along
rare rill ALWAYS .a u LOW
A. .7 Any Otter Line-
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Priii-ipl Western ul Mm Cities.
liXJlt TMltorrai TICKETS, UACiCiAtiK
X" Checks, Movemeut tf Traius, Sleruiu(Cr
Accommodations, Au . , 4., apply at ilckel
Ollioea at all I'riucipal Points,
NORTH, SOUTH. T!AST U WliiiX.
AssHUea'l luktt A,
rilOS. 1. UAItKY,
Wester a fass'a'r ASt.
I.. U. COI.K,
(iea'l Ticket Ast.
TiiOfcV R SU A UP,
Master of Tran.p'a.
Evintville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetow n, Evaoa
0411a T n... ..Ill - a-,.. I . 1
T...I7, uwuisruis, winumQltl
and all way landings.
Tbs elegant slje-wbeel steam-
ATALTMM B. FBKXtlOTOIM. MkAler
JHAHLBS I'tSMimTOM Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock v. m.
The fleet steamer
Bin Howard Master
Ku. 'Ihomas C'leik
Leaves C airo erery SATl'RtiAV.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with nrst-class steamers for Hi. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvansville with
Ihe K. Ac. K. K. for all points North and fcast,
sad with the 1-ouisvllle Jdail Steamers to a. all
liointsonthe L'pper Ohio, frivinK throujthre
veluu oa freights and passengers to all points
For urtber information apply te
SOL. SLLVkK, Passenger Agent.
HALLIDAY BKU8., ( . "
J. At. l-HILUl'S, AgenU.
Or to ti J. UKAMMER,
dutwriutendent and General Freight Agent,
lo-ftt-1-. KTsnsville Indiana.
PAINT AMD Oil.
B. F. Blake
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
atwsys vn nana, ibe celebrated .ali,-
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
T3 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, ap-itairi.
?be Oldest Established Asreney In Soutr 2
rn Illinois, representing or
t65 OOO OOO
MT. OARBON(Blfl Mujdy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
i.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
iirTa larse consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
sonth or year, at uniform rates.
CA1K0 CUT WAX C0M1 AIT.
2Hallhlay Bro.'eolto, Ne 7VOhioLsve.
r ail 111a v oru wstniHisi.
tAt lbs Coal Duaup, foot ef Teirty-atsbtki
trr oel Olios Drawer. .
This rreat lntrnatlnaal ri.it.i,t a-
ifrned to eemmemeraU toe one hundredth
unlvenarr of Americas Independence,
opened May lotb, and will does November
loth. IHTfl. All .I.. ...I... ... .k. 1 a
, -- .us u.uvu. Vi um wvriu
and all the states and territories of tbs Ua
Ion are DarticlDatinir Ik thl. m nrutaaA.I a.
monstraUon, brlngiog together lb most
l.nmii.nli...l.. 1 1 .1. - . . i
vp,iICiiin, oiiintu wu ai an ireasurei,
u,c.uauicBiinTerillons, BCienuno OlSCOTtr-
erlei, manufacturing achievements, miner
al SDeclmens. and airrip.utmral ntvwtuarta
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted tu
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 460
acre of talrniount Park, all highly Its.
proved and ornamented, orf which are
erected toe largest building! ever conrtrac
ted five of these covering an area of tilty
acres and costing $5,000,000. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur-
lv;vn vi mi f.inuiiiua is near two Blia
dred. During the thlrts days immediately
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol people visited It.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THX 0SSAT TBUHI LWI
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Ie the mo, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition irom all see t ions of the -country.
Its traius too aud Irom Philadel
phia will pai tluouflh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected at
the niaiu entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wi h to stop at or start from the
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station anc the inhibition a convenience
ol the greatent value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the Pennsvlvrnia Kail
oad, which is the only line running direct
p the Centeuulal buildings. Excursion
rains will a No stop at the Kucainpmentof
he Patmtis of llibsudry, at Kim Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad la the grand
et railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
Hew York, Maltiinore, aud washlngton.ov er
vhich luxurious day and night cars are
run from ciiicao, tit. Louis, Louiny llle.cin.
cinnatl. IndiauHpolis, Columbus. Toledo,
Oevcland and Erie withous rhange.
its main line is laid wite double and third
tricks of heavy steel rails.upon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and It bridghs are
al of iron or stoue. its passenger traius
an equipped with every knoivn improve
mint lor comfort and safety, and are run at
faer speed for greater distances then the
trains of any line on the continent. The
conpnny nan largely increased its equip
ment for Cedtcnnial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice HUfSeient to fullv accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ot tae company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all ita patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magiiliicant scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is ao justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over lie perfect
roadway an ever-changin panorama ol
river mountain and landscape views uue
uualed in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Ueal will be furnished at suit
able hours and air pie time allowed for eu
excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the principal railroad ticket
offices iu the West, Northwest and South
west. Be sure that your tickets read via the
lire at Pennsylvania route to the C elite u
nial. FRANK THOMSON,
D. M. BOYD, Jr,,
Oen. Pats' r Agt
WILSON. EGGLESTON I CO.
Flour, Grain, Seeds, & Provisions,
21 WEST CANAL STREET,
J3T Consignments solicited, ll-'-fi-eod-lni
SVbereas, Joseph McKenzle and bis wife
did, on the l:Ui day ol August, 1W73, exe
cute, acknowl. dge aud deliver to me a cer
tain deed of tiu-t, now of record in the
recorder's office of Alexander County, in
book Ki of trust deeds at page 276, and alto
did on the 3rd day of October, 1ST3, in like
manner execute, acknowledge and deliver
to inc another deed ot truKt, now of record
in the recorder's office of said Alexander
County, in book O, ot trust deeds at page
279, both ot which were given to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note, exe
cuted by the 1 aid Joseph McKenzie to Mary
J. McDonald. And whereas, default has
been made in the payment ot cald promis
tory note, now, therefore, I give notice
that by virtue of the power given me by
mid deed of trust, 1 will on the 1Mb day of
January, 1ST", at the hour of 11 o'clock, a.
in., of said dav, at the court house door in
the city of Cairo, County of Alexander and
Mate 01 allium, sen ai puunu irnuue, iu
tho highest bidder, lor csnIi, the following
described lots, situated in said city 01
Cairo, to wit : Lots thirty-three (03),
thiity-four (.'14). fifteen (!."), and sixteen
(ltl), in mock nity-inree t.s), oeiug me
same, grauted, bargained and sold to ta in
trust, as aforesaid, by said deed of trust
The purchaser will be entitled to a tiee-a
Immediately. Pitted December l.'ltb, l&Tti.
JAMES Y. CLEMSON, Trustee.
Sami-kl P, Whski.kr,
w-.M Attorney for Trustee
Atliulnistrator's 31 lie.
Estate of Daniel Lamport, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
Administratrix of the Estate ol Daniel
l.aiupert, late of tlie County ot Alexander,
and State of Illinois deceased, hereby gives
notice that hu Mill appear before the Coun
ty Court ot Alexander Couuty, at the court
house in Cairo, in said County, at the Jau
uary Term, on the 'third Monday injsuusry
next, at which time till persons laving
claims a.aitiMt said Estate are notified and
requested to attend for lbs purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted. All person. iudcbtfd
to said Estate are requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated "thl 2M tlav of November, A. D.,
1M7U. MAHUAltET LAMPEKT.
Dealer in Frosb Meat
Bstwssa WashlnsTtoa aa4 Ooraaasrvla
Aveouas, adjolnias H auy's.
KltKPS fcr sale the bert Heef, feik, Multos
Veal, Lamb, an-tr, A.. and is w
rad U wh I .ui I llee la aa m-sUul s"