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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
srprtrlfiiii flio eaeiioa of OHl
ttil l.csttiiitttirr lit i''o.
Klinl II 14 hhiI luw II opcritlra
"I urbaluui-" loll.Vi win. Wrl,
Hip Kliiic r lli l.,l)i,y ImrneM i. I
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WAHFrNntos. 1. ('., Dec. lStl'.HTC. .
; UIIK .11III. .H WHICH :
I liirely-too lar-. ly-ii. Ami-rlcan poll- j
; tie-, ami that U th- lobby. Although l.y
I no tneauK ,.(,..niH.-.l to thi.- hemisphere,
for lohhylt- thrive a! the pourta of St. I
;.Uinc. Uvrlin, Madrid. St. Peter-bur, i
'I'L. I 1 . A 1 l . -n
atm veu m rt-pnuiiean orsituief;, a.i
vt II u-here, yet th'-y i!o not (w iLli lew
t . ii - ........ w..v .....
,........t i... ..,.... ,.t,i.i i.
with .o holj a taef mill oiu ry on their up.
eratioti- us opi-iily and iiiibiu.-hini'ly on
the otie r .-ii!:; if Hid Atlantic, ocean, as
wi;!i u. v. Imt'! lobby ins '"' 14 regular
trade, having the cupitol fur it work
hhop and l tic iimnlxTs of our national
legislature lor its tools. Cora Tearl aud
I.i.ie Illu' kf'ird, though they botli med
dled with politics :;n 1 both got into
fccTiitM'K ai'i:ordini?ly. one in ifu-ii and
tiie other i:i rrunce, i ru courteiiii.i
ruth'-r than libhyi-t; !ilh rin ia that
rejfft lioni "the Mctt'-rr.i'.h" of the
icond -mpir' who wu a lobbyi-t
r;it In i- than a court"".;!!:, and who had
more to do vi:h 'htipin the destiny oJ
Tr inee than any other woman d'triu tbo
lei-u of .'...'. ' I'-tit, j:neni not c-
It (!' t;',l. indiH-d. rcpiire a lunjf rc-i-d
iii-e in Wiiliiiiioii or itiueh Kc-rutlny
W b-jeuuif :tw;tiair.tiHl with the fact that
bjbbvintr b'-re i- rarried on mi a g wni'ic
i-iaic. but jet with a p'-iuliar
net and that ' nnke It,
hi a certain n-e. nttraetfve, if no! re-
pirtabie. I do not, l.ere reler to the
bniiK'.itix curbstone lobbyists of the
fourth or lii'th derct', vh court no their
opTu!ioin to small irlvate bills ranyins
lrorn a tew hundred to one or two thoti-i-and
dollars, and who are recruited
clikflv Iroiu the u'tvei moiJc and the
'muinber-' tr'n ruls" d which our city
hn ;tch an unduly lare rroportion;
but to that cbii whl. h move? in upix-r-tendom
cxclu.-ivi-ly and only on rrre oe-eavion-i
put in an appearance at the cajii-
tot. It is a mistake to suppose, as many
do, lliat the t'orco'iily lreed and
painted ladie one cce?, on every fair
day, i'l the lobbies or tf'ilh'ri(3 ol the
seuate and the hou-e, pre lobbyift; nu,
tfie reiiuine lolbvit know a thinr or
two, keeps aloof lroiu the eat tnd of
l'etiM'jlvania avenue and t-eldoio refer
to the cupitol in conversation acts, In
fact, as if f-he were utterly ignorant of
the cxi-tenee r.t that tructure or the
p'irpo-cb for wLlch it is employ id !
Willi the male !rbb i-t, how ver, the
ate i Uif r . !!t. lie haunts the mem
bers in their committee rooms while the
iVniiiiiuW'kt ii?:n haunt htr iu her draw
ing room or boil loir. I i-j goes tq them,
tb,ey come to her. Ilis li'cinatlone are
shares, oo 1 wiiiehmelies at '"the ( on-
jrre.lonal- and late dinners (with draw-
po?r as dessert) at Wtdeker'sj bur's con
siat la r-ott eye and softer hands, reduc
tive smilej, fair promises and an cxhu-
lK-raneu ct manctlnin. Her eyes attract
you. her l.i'uitcft touch sends a thrill
through your body from the tip of your
toeq to the end of your nose, and her
voice Is of that quality which makes it
absolutely hupoviblo to reply to it with
a no with the grace of a Salisbury fehe
combines her motto: lf ii .?'.,; ,,,r.l
KverylxMly know that Sam Ward fcUnus
at the head of tlie profusion ; he Is the
klnff of tno lobbyists, and has lobbied
more Lills through congress than any
other man living. Next to him, as a Mar
of the cconJ ni;;gui ;ude, tomes probably
X -. V ., the great Inventor and
jrun manufacturer ; but, then, ho lobbies
chUlly in his own interest, lie has a
claim tl' hunt) hundred of thousands
now peudinz betorc congress. Colonel
O ;Mr. t" , of New York, and a
well-known ex-senator, who shall be
nameless, are al?o notublo Instances of
Btiecessful lobbyists. Hut besides these.
whose operations cover hundreds of
thousands there is a shoal of smaller fry,
many of them relatives, constituents or
intimate acquaintances of members, who
make it a point to "know" a do.-n or
two congressmen and claim to bo able to
Inlluencu ail they know, you know.
J his class has its headquarh rs chiefly in
the lobbies of Willard's and tlio Metro
politan hotel. Most of them chew tobacco
and drink whisky straight, and as a rule
they are impecunious and always waiting
lor "roinething to turn up." Xot a few
ex-member?, who have run to teed but
mako tho most of their privilege of uecefs
to this il mr of the house, belong to this
The (piftii of tiie feminine bianvhof
lobbyists, i a lady w ho was boi u in Alex
midria but Ims liwd iu Wai-hiiigton tor a
number of years, u ;l widow ; Is
V1..1. cf,1i.li tit.il v , n.... . . .1 rti.fr! ,r. I
.,,., ...... v .uutt'iy lasL ttiavtiin
hbo has had some lmndiciis of oilers ol
arrlago ; but with Marriage her power
W0UlJ !, S0"0' U 3 ':u-W,'oti'nt,
Rt leasl)i t0 klw l'Ie'L'l !i to remain simile.
She drive3 a stylish but quiet turnout,
frequents the president's receptions occa
sionally, and drinks a pint bottle ot chain-
pagtio tit. her breakfast regularly every
Three other ladiee uhiigat tfpially
Bttracfjvc, luonopolue with per
the ' heavy'' business In
I 1T a an. I mi ! tlie.4t. Is tlin wilt! of a nu.
vaiomcer. juwm '--'"
ffl.ce, Z3-vxlltlA X3-o.1141ia.ar, Csmor T-wrolftla. Btreot a&l 'TC'asjfc.la.etexa, .sWoavuew
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1876.
and they all belong to the "elite' and
move In tlio very best society. Mrs.
15., of New Orleans, who was conspicu
ous hero three or four j'rars ftgo, when (
Mie was Instrumental In securing a fa- I
motis contract from the treasury depart
inent, has lett w tor other Ileitis anil pas
tures new ; and now, I believe, ''resides
In New York. Senators and members
ued to meet at her house on F street
loo to Wlllard'a hotel, and have a grand
old time." She was a handsome wo
man ol tlie Spanish type, with sparkling
Wack ft1(, extn.me,y pM,,onilte and
foll,i of flln. ,vll() niade plenty of money
ani Hnt u r(,,,klP5ilv. Thosfi WPrft tew,
,,0 ver who h(M tf1(. ,,pcn 3CMI11P to
)i(.r ,oM on.lw,10,wion.,forTt.naf
Iira, Uiat gc.na,ors , ov,.rllowin2 with dig-
! nit- In the enate thamlK-r, would no
like to be eauglit overllowin with eham-
n,rn ,1.. t,,,,,!.!, nr ...plir. wn.
1 r,, n 1
Mrs. K. , a l-o a
Texai lady, oon-
spieuous for her beauty and dashing
style, wan famous in those days, but is I
now rather fading into obscurity. She
wusln re la-t session, nut ma accompusu
much. I could mention, by name, a
dozen or two more, who have made
and are making money In large gums by
"operating" In this way ; but want of
.p.ve forbids further details at present,
Perhaps, iu a future letter, I may draw
the curtain a little farther aside still, and
how some of the features ot "lobbying"
which I have omitted to-day, illustrating satisfied that exercise would be bene
them with examples of the work ao- f:t :al to him, jet he can scarcely
coinpiished. J-or the present, I must
ilistni-s the subject with a last thought ot
Mrs. IIs wonderful parrot and her little
friend "Dot" of thoe wicked but happy I
days? t.ot i.
FROM SPRINGFIELD, ILL.
ifntr Politic Thf Senatorial and
!. loll live Oiillnok The Houne
niiliiMtl n ltiMililU'u Leader.
To tt,e KJitur of the tiiirn KiJletin:
Si'HI.NGFIFLK, 111., Dec. 20, 1STC.
In two weeks from now the biennial
inc ursion of rural roosters to the capitol
begin. Having been one of tho mob,
you know bow it (s yourself
Never iu the political history ot the
state ol Illinois has there been so much
uncertainty upon the senatorial question.
It is in a.s perplexed condition as the
presidential question. The legislature
stands as follows ;
Xli-e. Liilu Jr.d. Tolai.
ToLl I'll 'S i JU
There were oriainally fix Independ
ents, but Fasveell Plumb, of the Seven
teenth district, went over to the Republican-
la: t summer, and It is said that Par-
ri.-h, of the Forty-seventh district, did the
raiiie. Senators Haines, Deuhler, Ilar-
rold and (ilas-ford maintain their inde-
I.eridi in .' of the two old parties,
To secure, a majority on joint
b.iliot, the Republican must
capture two Independents or the Demo
crats four. The bet that Logan has
done is to got one ; the other one he can
never get, while it is positively asserted
that three Republican, members ot tlie
tiouse are solemnly pledged against him,
Logan's defeat, is therefore, inevitable.
While there is life there Is hope, and
our Christian governor, Beveridge, has
named himself for the senatorship. .So,
also bus Ralnh Piuiub. of .Streator. He
bases bis aspirations on the fact that his
brother is a ftate senator, and that he.
bimcl!, is a financial lunatic. Notwith
standing repeated open pledges that he
would not be a candidate, Shelby M. Cul-
luni is allowing his name to be used. In
addition to being an adept politician, he
is assured of all tlie influence which Lieu
tj'nanMiovernor Sbmuan can bring In
order to ret him out of tlie wav. To
elect Cullom. every ofileo within the gilt M''0
Of the governor Will bo hypothecated.and, course imtism-nsiule to everyyoung nnm em
it, the event of the inauguration krU"8n ,f,e 8ra" .
llavc, every Federal office
in the Mute. This is the
strongest combination yet developed.
but to be Mieeessful also requires that
pair of Independents.
The Democratic aspirants. Palmer,
Robinson, Fuller, Trumbull and Sam
Tilardiall are also sadly in need ol tlie in
dependent independents. As these live
luilepeudents hold tho balance ol power,
it Is barely possible that they will dic
tate the nomination of some first-class
In looking over the names of the Re
publican members of tue house, a
notable absence of the old wheel
horss is noticeable. There Ls not
really a lirstL:l;iss legislator on the Re
publican side. Having an emphatic ma
jority, they have neither material for
speaker uor chairman ol the judiciary
conimltee, while their ablest debater will
the the negro, Thomas, from thsFourth
ward ot Chicago. Their strongest men,
like Asa Matthews, Dick Rowett, Alvhi
Gilbert and A. i. Fierce are nil new
On the Democratic side a strong
array ot old faces is desceni"
abb-. Wash Armstrong, of La Salle;
' ! F.x-Speaker liuckmaster, of Alton ; Tom
Merritt of Marion; .Tim Washburn, of
, wimarni!011 . Jim Harrington of Kane ;
( l)r u , of Mt.r,lliu all,i Albright of
; Jai.k((OU wlll Lo ,irr,., i poillt of ability
und legislative experience, the Democ
racy will have largely the advantage.
Popular illustrated bookCs6opages')oil
Manhood I W'omawhoodI M-RUAGitt
Impediments to Marriaect the cause
ana cure, oeni teoureiy neaiea, post
paid lor r,o cents, Dr UR. J. WiilTTixa,
t.tl Kt rhurl RtrM-t. Rl. Inilil. Ma..
i the great specal5t, Keaa iu works.
F0BT VKAUi HU OIil. THE PrBLtC
DR. C. I?LANE'S
rfi. r. i: n r r. n
If.R THI I I KI it
Hepatitis 'or Liver Complaint,
DYSl'tPSlA-AVli SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Ijver.
1Al in the right side, under the
c-f e of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; s-oinetimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under theshotilder-bladc, and
it fn-quiTitly extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the ariiC
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness ; tlie bowels in
general are f osti ve, w imetimcs alter,
native with lax; tie Kwl i troubled
with fain, acrotnpanicd with a dull,
iravv sensation in the back part.
There is gcncra.lv a o:isiderable loss
nfmcmory,acc(mj .Miied withapain-
fu sensation of having left undone
something whk h ought to have been
June. A flight, drv cough is some-
times an attendant, ft 1 lie patient
comjdains of weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his fect are cold
or bv.rning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the .skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem-
ecly. Several ot the above symp.
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
i.sted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown th MVER to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
1)R. C. MVLANK'S I.1VV.R Tll-L?,
in ca;i..- or A.i'f. and I-f.ver, when
t.ikeii with Ouir.ire, are productie
of the most lj-py results. No belter
eath.trtic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking (juinine. He
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A I
1'or all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un-
HKWAKK OP IMITATIONS.-
'1 he genuine Dr. C. MLanl's
LivEk I'll xs are never sugar coated.
I.vcrv box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
M'.Lanr s Liver Tills.
'I he genuine MYLaxe's Liver
Pills Lv-:;r the tignatures ot C.
IYLam: and i f .mix.; Rp.o.s. on the
Ca?" an vour druggist or
storekeeper giving )ou the genuine
Dr. (.. M' Lane Liver Pills, tire-
parc-d l y J 'ier.;ir.g llros., Pittsburgh,
Sold bv ail respectable lni"gists
and country storekeepers generally.
To iV.e w!l:;.Sf ro ir've C". M. t.ANi'a
I.iviR I'm is a ir.l, iw w.il rrmil to.t paid in any
pjrt u( the I iiaeU Sttc, une boi f EHis tor
tl.LMi.Mj I.KIto . l'utsburjh, ra.
Mi iiy hmilil College
St. Louis, Mo.
TH08. A. EICE, A. M. L. I. B..
JAS. JilCK, A. M.
3. H. HTTEWOOD,
el pal 8
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
For Illustrated Circular,
The Centaur liniments alu,
pain, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cure
KhennwtiHni. Spavin, and any fleb, bone or
luuacle aliiii.nl. The White Wrapper is for
family use, the Yellow Wrapper for animals
A list of the Ingredient j are contained around
each bottle. They ar cheap, speely, ami cer
The certain, speedy wd haulei(
l Bluntly ibrcbililren, I" Pitcher's Cisiitoria. It is
as pleasant to take as honey and as certain in Us
effects as Castor Oil. For Wind Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, ami MUordeml Jtowels. there is
uothing like Castoria.
JOHN H. MOT.KKT.
Altoruey at Law.
0"fl'K : At residence OB Ninth Streel, Viet Wee
Wa hutou aveuueaiid Waluut (street. .
ieiiwiii eoiauSMtluiig aua vill swalgr ssm t
ts Advsrttsy rubl'a Ce St. lesis. Me,
SIXTH STBEET, Between OHIO
LEVEB AND COMMERCIAL
Mannfacturea hia own Horw Shoes and
c&& Aaaars Oood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
St. Charles Hotel,
frics. mm io :u;t ths mil
Room and Board. 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Day
Spaoiai Rataa It Waak or Uonth.
A Itmitwl number of tery deiiraVle rarully
roiiiaa out be itrcured at reasonable rates tor the
I he St. Charles is the largestaoil best appoint
ed House in Southern Illinois, anil is the leadina
hotel In Cairo. Sotwltuatamlinx the "lied
Kock" reduction in prices, the table will, as
usual, be liberally nuiiphed with the very hrnt
ol even thine that can be found to market.
Fine larire tuuiiple rooms for commercial traT-
elern, on urautid floor, free of charge .
CJ"A1 bagKaceot'iuests conveyed to and frotu
the betel without charge.
E. R. EG SEW,
WHOLES ALB AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 16th t. tad Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
CHARTERED MARCH SI. 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. B. SATFORD, President.
K 8 TATLOU, Vice President.
W . UYSLOP, Seo'T and Treasurer.
P. W. Barclay, Cuas. Gauuhsb,
t'. M. BTOCKFLS-Tn, PAlXti. SctfUH,
li. 11. ClTWNLNUHAII , II. L. IIai.udat,
J. if. Phillips.
IKTERE3T paid on deposits at the rate ef six
percent, per annum, March 1st ami Septeui
Ter 1st. Interest not withilrawn is added inane
Lately to the principal of the dejioaits, theraby
riving tlieru conwouad Interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
eise can oraw it.
Open every bustnessday from 9a.m. to 3 p.m.
a J Sstunlay evenings for savings deposits only
roin 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSX.0F. Treaenrer.
r RrotH, President. II. Wells, Cashier.
P. Nefl. Vice Ciea'U T, J. kcrlli. Asst. asU' r
Corner Commercial Ave. and (It Street
OAino, HjXjs. .
BroKS, Cairo. Km, Kliifre, Cairo.
I'. Neff, C airo. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Snaanka, Cairo. K L. llillingaley,t. I ou'A
K. Hml.T, lairo 11. Wells, Cairo.
K. II. Hrinkiiian, St. Louis,
.1. V. Clemson, Caledonia.
Utitieral Hmiklaff UnalMeM Dne.
tt-K.xchanire sold and boUKht. Interest uaid
n llie Savings Deiiartiiieiit. c'olleutioos Hauls,
nd til! business fruniiillv atUuded to.
City National Bank
W, P. IIAU.IDAY, President.
1ILNUY L. HAIXlbAY, Yii Preal
A. 11. hAKHlUD, Cashier,
WA1'" It UYtiLOl'. Abs'lCahi.
s. Bra am Taylos, It. II. CesKisoitAM,
11 L. Hallioay, W. P. IIali.iuat,
U. U. WiLUAasoM. tuiniiK Kino,
A . B. SArroew,
Exehange, Coin and United States
JUonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
I ' ' -. - 1 i 'i
SKND 2 it (i. P. UOW ELL A CO., Kew
York, for faiupUlet of luOpsg-, eoataiDlnf
lists of so si newsiuspcra, aaa estiutaies saowiaa
cost wl siivatusiax.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetewn, Erana
Vine, ijouiayiiie, wiaauuiHii
and all way landing1.
The elegant llJe-Wheet stearte'
V ALTKR B. riIMHijTOy.- BIatrT
Will leave Cairo every WETJSEPDAT at 6.
4. o'cioea v. m.
The fleet steamer
Leaves tsiro every SATUKli VV.
arlth tlr.twl... ateamera rTir St. Louifl. Mem
phis ami New Orleans, anil at Evansville with
the K.AC. K. K for all iioints North and Sjutt,
Land with the Ixiuisville Mail Steamers fo. all
points oa the Upper Ohio, gtvint; tnrouirn
relpts on freights and passengers to all points 1
I or urther information aimlv ta
fcOL. "ILVEK, Vasseogrf Agent.
HALLIDAYBKOS., . .
J.M. PHILLIPS, 1 Agents.
Or to O. J. GRAMSlEB,
riiiiu-rintenilent an.l Gvneral FTeirht Atrent,
I.t-j-'.U-lsr. . .vmoaviiia iuhimii.
PAINT AND OIL.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow unaaes, sc.
Always CD UlJ, IL celebrate! UlL.a,iUAtlog
Corner Eleventh Street and Weaning
S AFFORD, M0BBIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City WaUonal Bank Buildlsf, np-suirs.
The OUeet Eatabliahed Aarenoy In Soutt ;
rn IlUnola. representing- over
165 OOO 000
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by.the car-load
Vn, or in nogsneaas, xor smuuwui
jrompiiv auenueu iw.
tharnA lu,n nnnitimflM and
aianufacturers, we are prepared
ao supply any quantity, by the
cnoatn or year, at uauurui
CAL&O GITT VUAI, COMfAlT.
rflUlliday Sra.'soaios, No. 70 Ohio Levee
tVllairiday Bro.'s wbarfboat.
&i taVtr ST;.0 otTsutT-Kishih
JroH 061m Drawer. M.
This mat International Exhibition. d
signed to commemorate th ona kOD4ntth
annlTenary or American lBdenDrJoe,
opened May loth, and will oloaa Norember
una, ihtu. ah the nations i toe woria
and all the nates and territories of tho Un
ion are particiDstlng in this wonderful de
moDstrstlon, brinfrtng together tho most
eomprenensiye couecuea oi art treasures,
mechanical inventions, tcienUlle dlteoter '
eries, tnanuiactunng achievements, miner
al specimens, and ajrri cultural prodnctt
ezer exhibited. The grounda devoted to
the exhibition are situated on ine una oi
the Pennsylvania Railroad tnd embrace ebe)
acre of t airmount rarit, all nigniy im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected tne largest buiunngs ever construe
ted Ave of these covering an area of Ally
acres ami costing f 0,000,000. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun-'
dred. During the thirta days Immedlatelr
following the opening or the exhibition a
milliou and a quarter ot people visited H.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GKX1T TBtriX Ull
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. 8.
la 1.a ,1!,...
iculway oreachins; Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition trom all seetions of tho
ountrr. Its trains too and trow Philadel
phia will Phhs throtltlh a rranrt Cantannial
depot, which the company has erected at
iuv iubiu luuuuco iu toe ,xaioiiioa
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wWh to stop at or start from the
liumcrous large hotels contiiraous to this
station atve tho Kxhiliitiou a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the PcnBsylvrnia Kai
oa.i, v, dicu u toe oDiy une running oireet
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
i aiim e in u i-w nt. mo r.ii rarnpxnejut oi -
he Patrons of Husbandry, at Elm Station
The Pennsylvania Railroad ts the grand
cut railway organteattpn in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New von., iiaiumore, ana wasnington,oTer
which luxuriouk day and night cars are
run from Chicago. St. Louis, I,oiiisville, Cin
cinnati. intUnnnpolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change,
its main line is laid wlte double and third ,'
tracks of heavy steel rsilsjupon deep beo '
of broken stone ballast
, and l
its bridghfl are
,ij 0f jron cr tone. Its passenger trains
1 1 1 . L t ,
are eijuiLijieu wiiu c erv anovrn nnprerc
nient for comfort and safety, and are run at -faster
speed for greater distances then the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company has largely increase" its equip
nient lor Cedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice sufficient to fully accommodate an;
any extra demand, 'fhe unequalled re
sources at the command of the company ,
ot the company guarantee the most periact
accommodations for all its patrons curing
the Centennial Exhibition.
The matrnitloent scenerr for which the
Pennsylvania Kailroad is so Justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its perlect
roadway an ever-cnangins? panorama oi .
river mountain ana landscape views nne
iiuftled in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals will be furnished at suit
able bourn and ample time allowed tor en
excursion tiekets, at reduced rates, win
be sold at all fhe prlncipul railroad ticket
offices in the West, Morthwest and South
west. Be sure that vour tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
FRANK TDOMKON, D. M. BOYD, Jr
Hen. Nauager. Men. rass r Agi
WILSON, EGGLESTON I CO.
Flour, Grain, Seeds, & ProTislons,'
Ul WEST CAN Alt STKBET,
. CINCINNATI, O.
Z3T Consignments solicited. 11-25-eod-lm
Whereas, Joseph McKenzie and his wife
did, on the 18th day ot August, 1813, exe
cute, acknowledge and deliver to me a cer- .
tain deed of trust, now of record is tho
recorder's office of Alexander County, in
book g of trust deeds at page 276, and also -did
on the 3rd day of October. 1873, in lilts .
manner execute, acknowledge and deliver .
to me another deed ot trust, now of record
in the recorder's office of said Alexander
County, in book i ot trust Heeds at page
U7t, both of which were ntven to secure the
pay meat of a certain promissory note, exe
cuted by the said Joseph AlcKenxie to Mary
J. McDonald. And whereas, detault has
been made in the payment ot said promiv
sory note, now, therefore, I give notice
that by virtue of the power given me by
mid deed of trust, I will on the 18th day of
January, PS77, at the hour of 11 o'clock, a.
m., or said uav, at tne court uouse uoor ia .
the city of Cairo, County of Alexander and
State of Illinois, sell at publio vendue, to
the highest bidder, lor cash, the following
escribed lots, situated in said city oi
'alrn. to wit: Lots thirty-three
thirty-lour ("4), tiltecn (151, and sixteen
same, granted, bargained and sold to me in .
trust, as atorcsttin, oy saiu unco oi irui
The purchaser wlll be enmieu to a oenu
Ilium diately. Iated lecember l.'lth, JS7b'.
JAMES Y. CLrlMSON, Trustee.
SAMtri. P. n IIX1CI KK,
w-.it Attorney for Trustee
Kstate of Daniel Lainpert, deceased-
The undersigned, having been appointed
Administratrix of the Estate ol Daulel
Lamport, late ol the County ol Alexander,
and state or Illinois, ucccasou, ueieoj eki,
notice that she will appear before the Coun
ty tlourtof Alexander County, at the eonrt
bouse In Cuiro, in said County, at tho Jan
uary Term, on tho I hiru .nouoay in January
next, at which time all persons having
claims a;'inst aid fMate are noUf"ii and
reoucsted to attend for the purpose ol hav
ing the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said Estuto are requested to make imme
diate payment to the unueraignea.
Dated this ."id dav of November, A. D.,
1876. MAKUAltKT LAMI'EHT,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
EIGHTH STREET, ' '
etwsaa WaalUaurtoa tvad OoenjateroU
Avennee, adjoin In a; Baauay's.
KIEPS Ibr sale the bast Besf, rork, ataMeo '
Veal, Leau, Seiwase. .. aad as e .1.
rad U esrve avulUes ta an aosastahle aw