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5jvpti in paymaDt rrom wtvrUreof rethtju.
Liilltir . A urluUal lilt. KiTiii unu
;tual dally aud waekly aulaliou au t achaduU
tea of adrertitlng, aent lrv to UDy hdilreaa
il.ply to Una. t. kowell ft Va., yawananar
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ejection biiKlue, which betrays a fuixla
iiientat ignorance of the nriticlnUs on
J which, onr rvernment is founded. In
deed, we know ol one or two great new-
' . - '. . .
papers in Chicago whoe editors,
uiiffht. with advance, read tt.e constitu- 1
' lion oi the rn States and follow that
Tjrfth omt "imple, den.entary ork on
;1aw. T6. w ablMnif rp wrUcr are al-
UttJnv Hut ftr-AiciAti : iliUr that
oth.-f --.ttTe IUr oni-
I uemfKTftc v.nose iicnrt is .a littio loo
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warm tor tlie afety ot hU head, tmUterx
t1ireatcnin!rs about wr. and Htralrhtwav
' these editor rle up nnd t.ty with otie
voice I'M hut sc.lt le it. J he country w:I'
tirvr iiliow iu ty to gaiu control o,
the cmiitrj- that threatens war upon it."
Or, it aoiiiu euch action In tken as that
of the Governor f Oregon, wl.lih these
youths think Inconsistent It ! their no
tion pf tho Iaw, they all Itoum e i'p again
ami say : "That Celtics it. The jn ojile
will never allow the country topaes on-d-r
the fontrol of a party which resorts
to liii aun v hke that."
My wc veiitdrt' to remind thc-e abh'
pariiijraphl-t that the camp:iigu is over 2"
It i- 110 lonyi.-r ii question to whom the
cohntiy ntm-t the government :
tlie only qticUn U. to whom the
countrj- entrusted It? The American
people has no higher tluty tlian to du
toyai lo whuu the vot catatthw re
Cctit election awarded the victory. If
that duty i not honeitli- jerlonned. a
crime will have been committed lrora
which oor name fv a nation
Vkill -ttll'.-r for lnuidrod of years,
and which will (Jebaueh iml demor
alize our whole people for generations to
come. And the man who lo"s his best
to tuake thi. result possible by talking
flippftnt non-ene about this thin" "r-et-Uiut;
it," or that thins "settling It."
v lien the otily tiling that can ctt!- it Is
an honest count of the vote, comnvW a
rune that he will live to repent. No
nmttt r w hat may tbe spirit iu which
c)'li r party met t this crii, th party
w hi. 1. has received an honest majority ol
Hie electoral voles must be given the
pre?i 1- :n-y.' 1 ,e DeuiorrHS-r party has
Hhowii 1,0 .inch cpuit a; is charged
ay-tlnst them. U lieu it i renieiubered
that an attempt his tx-eti bolJiy bepiu to
cheat then out of this victory, th"ir lor
U'arancc rmd mo deration are seen to en
ti'.!. theui to a grand place in our history.
I.cr every citizen show tne same sotxT.
n -4 anJ ttUdoia, and all will be well.
I.t iu meet this erlais not t.iily with u
I .'ac-ciul mind, but with tbedi j i.ty tl.at
il.e occa-ion so demands.
WAR I POX H I OtOlIt h.
Tlie warfare waged by the Statu Reg'.
ttr upon Hon. C. II. JlcCormick, chair
man ol ttie Democratic Stata committee,
is both unkiud and iinpolith'. Of what
oflense has this gentleman been guilty?
He his been never Mow to respond to
demands oi his party nude upon his time
and pane; and, if he has failed to
weej the expectations of tht fiery
youfnf gentleman of the JiVvv', w how
eyes are alwaya u fine frenzy rollino;
the failure murt be attributed to the fact
that tew inert In ail tlie wide, wide world,
could, even in .trrcnt eflbrts to do o,
conduct themselves to as to merit the ap-plau-o
ot the tneritoriotu ih'rritt mo
mentously uieditatin matters material
to the welt-bein ot the rt publie, Ve
have Ijeen told that -Mr. .McCormick
ave to the campaign lun J more
Money than all the other Democrats
of the state put together gave ;
and, if hi- cummittett did not do all It
might have done in the late, canvas
(and we know it did not), th blame
ahould be laid at the door of the coiiimit
tt; and not 11 piled upon Its chairman'
shoulders. The fact K the committee
wash) the hands of too ntnch tuss and
feathers. The uvntlcmen who r:in the
l'almcr House headiiuarters were too
grent In the coumlttoeioan way to cou
line their labors to Illinois. They took
lu ci large the states of Ohio ami Indiana
and told Ilewilt hew to manage the na
tional campaign. All the use they had
for McCormick was to have him make
another subscription ; aud, . then,
winking, they would talk about
the - "old man" being too
conservative too slow, and all
that, you know and at once proceed
again to th business of running Ohio,
Indiana' and Hewitt. McCormick may
be a snail, but we will tt;ut him to al
ways come out ahead In a race with the
fast-running rabbits some of the mem.
hers ol tlie btat) committee are. . They
rush along, leaplug, with their little
whlin tuiU elevated, without knowing
what is their, ilcitluatio'u ; but McCor
urick always knows where hq Is poiiig,
never fails to take a ute road to his des
tination, aud usually reaches it In good
styie. t,ive w .McCormick before the 1 tlie evidence being taken by tlie Louisi-whlte-tailed,
lai-leaping, political rah- aaa ongrcssionid committee shows that
bits of the anti-McCoi miek ring ! 1 the Democratic colored men of tliat statu
Vt'ro ,UOiit fhauiefully abused by Repub
,'J'iik cost of Uiu clceliou lu New Orleans
ted V.Seafe Vhtr Uatm ol J
,a to be $5fle315. This la the llrst j
cost, and doe j not Include the expensn of
uudoing the work ot November 7th.
This money goes to tlie Radical mana
ger, and their negro constables and other
assistants. It Is the little unluiportaut
things of this kind that explain the true
inwardness ot the Radicals and carpet
baggers ot Louisiana and other southern
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY,' DECEMBER 24, 187G.
' ft '
1 Uppineotl's Magazine for January
ojK-ns with an Illustrate J article oti Spain,
! by Edward King;, descriptive; chiefly of
I the omiirit riiRtonm and amiivlnv trrwi of
character that still characterize provin
cialliie in the country of Don Quixote.
"Qiir Floor of Fire'' In the title of an
other Illustrated paper, In which the plic-
openuion . toicuih i-rup-
! Ilicf ir tin mnlt efWnnt tfiYisnri-Qtirina anil
, . ; ..
thWK of -cieutiiio explorer,. Mr. Karl
SW,,n' the distinguished art critic, has a
VPen "I'hidlas and hi I'redecesioM."
! fnl1 o1 '"formation and aubtlo remark on
' i'"irv huu Liiara. iiTi.iii i
r,IW!k r'!,,,tur. wUU.rlvM ,.5T',!oft,whttt a pleasant teawnUlu
iifiiis ri thp iavui murine .mil finier
i " - ;
existing specimens. The Voung man
who ft nt West" pre:..t s In a half comic
hulfscriou light, the claims ol Califor
nfa to be regarded as the typical Ameri
can stat A short article on "L'uquict
1 t ... nfci- II 1 t : 1
u, ,u, x.tc a.,
accouiit 01 tne strange vtcissituues mil
bare N-fallen the remains of many cele
brated persons, ami suggests some con
clusions in reference to tho practice of
cremation. Lady Barker's "letters from
iouth Africa" are concluded In this
number,, as Is also the serial story of
-f.ove in Idleness," which has enter
tained many leaders during tho last six
months. "The Marquis of Lossie," Is
still iu proper?, with to falling off iu
power or interest: and there is
a short story by Kev. Wil
liam M. ilakcr, author of
"The New Timothy. ' The poetry of
tlie number include, an "Evening Song.'
by Mdncy Lanier, w hich lias been set to
music by Dudley buck ; and some trans
lations by Emma Lazarus, from the
French of Francois Coppe. In the Go
ip, Mr. Hooper ha a capital letter de
scribing th- great auction sales in Paris ;
Mr. Trollore recounts a visit to tlie home
of f.iorglone; and Mr. Feudge cele
brate.?, in glowing language, the beauty
and niUHieiil talents of the Nautch girl-,
and the marvels of an operatic exhibition
in Malay. The present number begins
tlie new volume ol this popular Maga
zine, which we commend as one of the
most a'tractive illustrated inonihlie pub
lished. IN WOODWARD lliCLIUIUI.r.?
Mr. Woodward, of Carbon dale, waB
elected to the house of the general as
sembly at the. election in November. It
is now asserted that, being ineligible
under tlie constitution, he will not he
permitted to occupy the seat that he has
no doubt is waiting for him in tbe cosy
Chamber of tht new state house. The
heavy-weighted men of logic who make
this asertion, hve reached their
conclusion by this process of
reasoning : The constitution says that
no person holding any lucrative office
under this state shall have a seat In the
general assembly : the city of Carbon
dale is organized under a state law, and
therefore all tha officers of Carbondale
hold oCiee under the state ; tlie offices ol
Carbondale are lucrative offices ; Wood
v,ard Is city attomcy of Carbondale;
consequently he holds a lucrative office
under the state, and cannot therefore have
a seat in the general assembly. This
Is humorous logic. It makes a inau
laugh. Mr. Woodward was city attor
ney of Tarbondale on the day of election,
and was elected on that day to a seat in
the general assembly. Admitting that the
office of city attorney is a stat office in
1 he meaning of the constitution, what is
to prevent Mr. Woodward from having a
seat In tho general assembly, if at the
time ol taking the seat he is not city at
torney ol Carbondale ir The constitution
says that a man holding an office under
the state shall not have a seat In the gen
eral assembly. But, in lact, a city office
is not, in tho meaning of this clause of
the constitution, an otKce under the state.
It would be n wattte ot time to prove this
proposition. There can bo no doubt of
Mr. Woodward's eligibility. The Mur
phy Eboro Ltdryfnd'nt certainly knows
this, and evidently threw out its augges
turn for tho purpose of making people
talk only that and nothinsj more.
KAIlt I. KI'LLUOZIi.
Whin rumor declares that a colored
IkCpubiicati has been abused lor voting
the ticket ol his party, all the Kepubli
taus m tho land hold up their hands and
dflare that such outrages must be stoji
ped that tl?y are disrriiceml to a free
country thai every Iomocrat engaged
in the lawless conduct of intimidating
colored KepuUleans should he instantly
nt run up upon a gallows tree. Tho
tone of tho indignant Radicals changes
w hen tho lawlessness of their own parti
sans is brought to their attention. When
they are told that colored meu. desiring
to vou? tho Democratic ticket, are ahot
and killed by Bcpubllcan bulldozers,
they asnuuie a light manner, pooh! the
afl'air, and" under their voices
tlechire that every, 'mgro who
refuses to vote the Republican
ticket ought to be bulldozed. Just now
lican bulldozers were !eateu, stoned,
clubbed, shot and not ,ew of them
JUU' I!,,t whttt of tuis ? Not a
licau will be Mioeked by the disclosure
not one of the leaden. They exist aa
partisan by the capital they make out of
dead negroes, and while they rejoice at
the murder ot Democratio negroes, they
would not, If they could, havo bulldozing
oi Radical negroes discontinued. Alter
awhile the people will get tired of the
cry of "Intimidation" now raised lor par-
lan purponea by the neffro-Duirderlnjf
and clcctlon-stcsliui; portion of thp Undi
A ttKXTIMEMTAL. ARTKUK :
C7Arn t Tiir. Ni;sniiicsrAi.
K.AIt:R or THli blLLETIM...
It Is the 2."th of December, 1370, or
will be to-morrow, and Christmas has
come again. Time has rolled around
the spring budded, the summer bloomed,
the autumn ripened, each in it season,
and old winter, not with snow and wind
and hail and rain, but lazily aud with
lSXx't'X paw, has xtepped upon the
scene, and Christmas has come again,
regularly, as It alwayt comer.
And, bless us, as we think
i . .... .
uii: llow the mlddle-agel and ti
lddle-a?ed and the old :
blood warms up in IU sympathy wlthi
the little ones In their anticipation of I
what the good St. Nick will drop down
the chimney for them as he makes his
rounds from honse top to house top, and
la iu remembrance ot long past thrist-
mas pleasures in the shape of stockings
overllo wing with "goodies" aud toys and
nic-uacs too big to he pressed into these
time-honored receptacles of hanta Claus
gifts. Heaven pity tho men and women
whose memories of childhood do not in
clude the recollection ol happy Christmas
rlici-r. nf Pittidv rlnrra niwl rrifKrr.p.hri.ud
hore s, of tin horns and drums! of wax
dolls and picture book. These have lost
something out of life which can only ke
made up to theai by their trying to give
to others what they have missed.
And what a pleasant season it is, as we
said before, and how everybody' Impulse
to be- good to everybody else. Anl it
Is this which makes the beauty and holi
ness of Christmas, the season of peace on
earth and good will toward men. The
hard nature softens. the close hand relaxes
iu grasp upon the almighty dollar, the
kind heart becomes kinder, and benign
influences are In the air. Wealth Is happy
in its ability to bestow happiness on those
around It, and it is "I'iuehing Poverty,"
indeed, that cannot spare something to
make wife, or child or friend realize that
' Cbrialaiaf comet but once a year.
And when it comet it bring good c'aeer.'-
We trust that it will bring good cheer,
in generous degree, to all the readers ot
the Bci.lktix, toward whom, and all the
WO -Id, our heart goei cat this morning
With kindly Christmas sentiments. If
w could, to-morrow morning, we would
dou the seven league boots of Fortunatus,
and, striding up and down and in and
ont, we would make happier the happy,
and rum distress and misery Into joy.
We would place shoes on tbe leet of
tverv little bare foot in the land, put
food Into tlw mouth of th. hungry aud
warm the dwelling plaees ol the poor.
At It is, being mortal, we can only wish
that a kind Providence, in whom mauy
people, even in this latter half of tlie iiine
teentft century, yet believe, will vouch
safe to all our friends and our enemies, a
merry Christmas, and what Is betterfstill,
a Happy Xew Year.-
A si'kcial dispatch from Columbia, ir.
C, to the New York Herald, says that
the election of Gen. M. C. Butler to the
United States senate by the Democratic
house of representatives with twelve
senators, constituting a quorum of the
general assembly on joint rule, is re
garded by the lawyers as the valid elec
tion, lien. Butler is a native of .South
Carolina, and is forty years of age. He
was a confederate general and lost a leg
In the war. His paternal grandfather
was a general in the revolutionary army,
and his mother was a sister ot Comman
der Perry. His lather was a member of
congress and an uncle, Hon. A. P. But
ler was I'nited States senator from South
I r Is asserted that Chlet Justice Wait?
is not a "right-minded'' citizen, accord
ing to Zach Chandler's declaration of
what a right-minded citizen is at this pai
ticular juncture in American politics
The chiel justice doubts thai Mr. Hayes
was elected president at the late election,
and does not show the serene expectancy
of his inauguration entertained by Mor
ton, Ferry, Chandler ft al.
.Mu. Elliot, who carried the Tilden
electoral Tote of Florida to Washington
delivered it on Thursday to Mr, Ferry,
prcoidc tit ot the senate. For an unex
plained reason, Mr. Ferry declined to
Ivt a receipt to Mr. Klhol for the pack
age. Wk wish every body In Cairo a Merry
Christmas. We wish everybody out ol
j Cairo, aud this includes all Radical, aud
the members of tht; Louisiana returning
board, a Merry Christmas, too !
A si.coM disastrous fire iu Little
Mock on Friday evening destroyed one
hundred thousand dollars worth of prop.
Tiik congressional couiuiitieu iu Lou
isiana will not get through their labors
until the first week in 1S77.
ti i 1 ..''' .- .
Whmt, on the tli day of July, A. !., ls7,
Henry Muyo and i'atliarinx Mayo, hie wile,
. utwl and iWlivered tu It. iioilvrcfyneil lot
the purpua of eftnir.nir tlie payiiu-ul of a cruun
proiuiaory uote therein mvutionrd, a 'I nmt Dam!
lo tli tollow InguVwrilied pruiiea, to-wit: The
uurth-Wttitu,uartar ol the auutb-eav t quarter and
Uut Miullt-Wtwt quarter of the nortn-et qiutrbtr
aud Uietimlli half of tha norUi-wwt quai ler of
tlie north-east quarter, all lyinjr and being- la
art'tiua heveu, towuahip alxttwn, ran. two, weal
of tiua third prluuiual uteridiau iu A Lexander
touiuy, Illinott; ana where 1, default luu buu
uiaite 111 the payment of aaid note. Now, there
in re 1 a pureuaiiot of tue authority noul'erml by
aaid truat deed, I will aeil lit above) .lencjibej
i.rciuiaua at uuLlw vendue, to the ttiicheat bidder
fur caeli in band, al tike ouurttiouae door, in th
city of Uairu la aaid Alexander (Joanty, Illiiou
cn Monday, tbe etb day ol January, A. I. 1x77,
between Ibe boura of ten o'cl.M'k a tu. , and Ave
o'oloe'k p.m., 01 taid day , aaid le to be without
teaemptton- iiiowA. jHAiTtia
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8IXTH STREET, Between OHIO
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fitantiracturea hla own Horao Bhoea aad
01m Aaauro Oood Work.
rrtrr ,. It.
nm mm to suit :hs tikes
I Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 2. 00 Per Day
Spell RtvUa fcr Week or Montky.
A limited numtier of Tery tleairable I ami I y
rex urn can be aecttred at reaonable rate lor the
'1 he .St. Charles i the largeAtand bent anpoint
slHuuae in .Southern llltnoia.and la the lmdins
bolt I in Cairo. Votwttnatanding the "Hed
Koo.k" reduction in prices, tbe table will, a
ua tu. I, be liberally aupplied with the very Wt
of everything that can lie found in market .
Fine larpe .ample rooma for commercial trav
elera, on y round floor. Ire of charge.
CJAU bafTKaceof gnwte conveyed to and train
Uie lietel without charge.
K. K. i:uew,
W.HOLEBAIJS AND BltTaVIL.
IN TELE CITY.
Qoods Sold Very Close.
Uoinr 10th St. uid tJccuierclaJ At,
C. 0. PATIER & CO
CHARTERED MARCH 21. IfettH
CITY NATIONAL BAJiK. CAIRO
A. H SAFrOOD, President.
S 8. TATLOU. Vice rrveldeul.
W . H fsLOP. dee'T and Tna-urer.
P.W. B AW LAY, CliA. tiiUUBIl,
IT. M. bKjCKjrLaTH, Paul ti. Sencu,
It. U. tyCXIUNIaHAAt. H. L. ilALUklAV,
.1. 11. PUIU.IFS.
INTEREST lid on deposiU at Ui rale al ail
fj cent, per annum, March let and Septew
xr let. Intereat not withdrawn U added Inuue
t lately to the principal of tbe elepoaiu, thereby
(ivliiK theto romnonnd Intereat
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
elso can draw it.
Open every buaineeaday rrorut-.m. to J p.m
mi batunlay eveningd lor savluK. depoaita only
roiu 6 to s o'clock.
W. HYS1.0P. Tiaaaiiror.
T Itro.b, fre-ldtnt.
f. Neff. Mwl'rea't.
II. Wella, Cashier.
I. J. Kertb, Aaal. aali'r
3ornr Comiiie.ri;lal A v and Bt btreet
r'. Kri)5e( Cairo. Wm. Kluira, Cairo.
1. NelT, Cairo. Win, Wulie, Cairo.
, Sn-miku, Cairo. K. I Billiugaley, i. lunula.
K. Under, Cairo it. WeJla, Cairo.
K. II. Hrinkman. Kt. Louia.
J. Y. Cleinaon, Caludouia.
taonrral BaultUtir Bualneaa lion.
J-Kxchanye told and bought. Intereat paid
a ibeSaviuga Department, t ollwtioiia niawle,
ud all buaiu eaa prompllT alteawled to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
W. P. HALI.lliAY, President.
UfcNUY 1.. HAI.LLUAY, VioePreal. -A
. It rt r r uKU, Caabivr.
W A 1 ' ' K UYALAIP. Aaa'l Caakler.
8. STAAT8 TATU), R. II. COHIHUUAM,
M I.. flA-UOAV, W. 1'. Halmdat,
U. I. WiLUAAitoM, ercnniN fctiaa,
A . B. BArroRu,
ISxohange, Com and United Itatea
Sonda Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS laoeiven aad a gmenl aaktBf
buaineaa don "
ir ,- -1- - 1
SSNU li'o taU. P. KOW F.LI. A CO., New
York, for Paiuphlrt of lull lraa, coa talmas
UaUol' kO3 newnuaucrt, aad aeuutakw akoWius
coel ef dtrtiaiaf.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Faoket Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetovrn. Evana
villa, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant aide-wheel iteao-
ARKANSAS BELLE, .',
Valtkh H. PtKHtNbTOK . ..Ma.ter
.'iiAaLtt PsNxinoToi tilnrk
Will leave Cairo every WEIiNr.sHAY at
o'c,lM'k p. tu.
1 be fleet Iteaiuer
liai Howard. . ..MuMer
I D. 1 noalA. Clerk
l-eavea Cairo every ATl'KrY
Kach traat make cloae cmuectious at Cairo
with Srat-claa ateatuer for t. Lout., Mum
phis and New Orlraba.-aiiil at Evanaville with
lb E.AC. K. It forallpoiLtaNortliand fcaat,
andritblb Loiiiaville Mall Hleanier.fok.all
poinUonthe Cpper Ohio, giriuK UtnUKkr
reipta on freight and pasc-titfera to all poiata
Kur lirther information apply to
MIL. MLVKK, Paaenrer Aptnt.
HALLJ DAY UHtW., 4-,.
J. M. 1HILUPS, I AKenta.
Or to U.J. CiKAMVll.R,
3ii(ierintendent and (General Krciht Aeut,
lo-a-ai-lr. ' r.vaiieville Imtiaua.
B. F. Blake
i?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
t A tXJ UIXKH.
rVall Paper, Window Glaao, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Atway co baul, tt celebrated tlluuiaatlEg
, . V . -
Uroaiti' Xvit AtrtlXAK,
Ucirnar iUvnti Btrat au Wahta
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City lUlionil Bak Baildiog, np-itairi.
7ha Oldaat Eatabllahiud Arjanoy In Boulf,
ru IlUuola, repmJun. ovr
165 000 000
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by tha ear-load
..on, or in hogshead, for abipment
promptly attended to.
avHTTa larara oomtumera and all
aianulmeturara, we arc prepared
to supply any quaniity, by tht)
aaonta or year, aa uouora rmtva.
' CAUO OttT W)AL COMPAIT.
rfBUiday Sro.'a otact. Me. W Ohio (-
IfrAUiridaiy Bro ' warf bo4.
I I At K-Turia Mill., tu-
- ihAttMteta PuH,rMefTaitT KWatk
H- reel Odes bra war. aw.
Thla rr.at lii.n.iiu.1 r.kiwii
tiirtied tO Mmintmnma Hi. nm hnnl.i.llk
annlver.ary ol Americas I .dependence.
KJ imu, anu wtu ciom November
IlllK lU'l! A I. . . . 1 - . . . . .
uiu auona I ID WOTIvl
a nil an tha .t.t.a n,i .A.a A .v .
Ion are participatini? la this wonderful d-
uuaniiuuB, orinsrtDff vo;etDr tne moat
cotupreheDaiveooliectlea al art treasures,
rneebanlcal lnvntL-kn alniiitrt jij.w....
cnea, manufacturing achteveiuenta, miner-
. ".-"' mfi icuik, 1 rai prfMlucul
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted tu
tbe exblbitloit are situated on the line of
tbe Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 450
acres of i alrmount Park, all highly im-
a,u,cu auu vruailioiiveu, OB WBICH are
erected tbe largest buildings ever conntruc
ted five of the'ee covarinjr an area or HUT
- rea and coaling aa,(aji),000. . The total
number of building, erected for tbe pur
poses of the exhibition t near two hun
dred. During the thirts days lnimedlnUly
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ot people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THK OS EAT THUXX LUU
FAST M IL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the tnos, direet: convenient andeconotu
teal way ot reaebiny: Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition trout alt eetiene ef tbe
eountrr. it train, too and from PniUdeK
phla will pas throuBh a yrand CenteaiiaA
depot, whlih tbe rotnpanr baa erected ar
tbe 111 hi u entrance to tbe . Inhibition
groiimlii tor tbe aceoiuruodation of parsen
gers wbo wi h to utop at or ur irom the
Uumetou- large holul.i eontiguoiik to this
etittlon auc the Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to vtcltors, and afford-
eu exviue-.Teiy ny me Peaaavivrnla Kail-
oad, which l tbe only line running direct
o the Centennial hulldirge. Kxurion
rains will a Imi atop at the Kiiciunptneiit 0f
he Patrnna of lliuhaudo', at lieu station
The i-eiinaj Ivaula Rallroadta tbe grand
e-t railway ei nanizatlon in tbe wnrid. it
control eeveti lliouaHnd uiila of roadway,
forming contimiouii Hih'. to Philadelphia.
New York, UiilUniere, and wa.'hingtoii.oVL'r
hlch luxuiiou duy aud ui.'bt ear are
run from cliicairo. l. i.ouin, Louiville,Clu
rtunati, IndiaiistMilin, colutniitm. Toledo,
Cleveland ami trie w ithoux change.
IU main line I laid w it double and third
track of heavy tecl rail.i.upow a deep lmu
of broken atone ballaat, and ita brIUghe ar
all of Iron 01 stone, iu. pafaenner trslu-t
are equipped with every knoAn luipmto
uieut for comfort and anfety, and are run at
faster speed torereatur diatanceti tbvn the
train of aoy line 011 the? continent. ..The
company nan I irvely Increased it equip
ment tor Odtennial travel, and wilt hu pre
pared to build iu ita own nhopa, at ahort
notice utBi'li)nt tu fully accommodate any
any extra ufinanii. The unequalled rt
source, at the com maud of tbe coiiirmuy
Ot the company KUuranlew the moat pfcrfact
aceoinmodationa for all its patrou durinir
tbe Centennial Exhibition.
The magninceut ncenery for which Die
Pennsylvania Kallrosd i an justly celebra
ted preaenta to the traveler over 1 perfect
roadway an ever-cbitnrlue' panorama ol
river mouutuin and luudrcape tlewt Ube
qnaled in Anieilca.
The eating aiatious on thla line are Uti
mrpassed. Jleala.vsii: be furnished at ui't
able hours ktul ample time vlluwed lortn
. Exc'urMoii ticket., at reduced rate, will
b aolil at all tlie pi'liiei put railroad ticket
tifBcei in ibe Wtut, Nottliuin ard South
west. I!e sure thut your ticket rea l vw the
UreatPeunMlvauia route to tbj Ceiiteii
nial. FRANK TUtDHON-. D.'M. BOYD, Jr
Oen. Manager. Oeu. Pa'r Aat
WILSON, EGGLESTON & CO.
- (st!eM in
Flour, Grain, Seeds, & Provisions,
XI WES l' CANAL STECJr,
fT t ohHtt.'nuii uts solicited. ll-0f ecd-lni
lil-r' Kii. '
Whereas, Joseph McKenzle aud Lit wife
did, ou the Pth day 01 August, I.H7.1, exe
cute, ai'knowledte and deliver to inn a tr
taiu deed ot li'iisl, now ol record In the
recorder's oftice ol Alesanlcr County, in
book U of trust deeds at pace 770. and alio
did on tbe Urd day ot October, 1874, in like
manner execute, acknowledge and deliver
to nte another deed ot trust, now of record
In the recorder' office ef said Alexander
County, in book J ol trut deeds at pa?e
279, both of w hich were given to aemre the
payment of a certain promlory uote. exe
cuted by the taid Joseph Mchetuie to Murv
J. McDonald. And where, default has
been made ii the payment ot "aid promis
sory note, how, therefore. 1 give notice
that by virtue of the power given uie 1 y ,
taiddeed of ini.f, I will on tbe ltU flay ol
January, 1377. nl tbe hour of it o'clock, a.
m., of said day, at tbe oJtirl house door in '
the city of Cairo, County of Alexander and
Slate of lllinrds, sell at pnblic vendue. 10
Die hiKheht didder, lor ean, the following
described lots, citimud in aaid city oi
Cairo, to wit: Lots thirty-three (3a,1,
tbllty-lour CM), litteen (In), and sixteen
(Ui), in block tUty-tbree i'M), being U
same, grauted. hrraiued and .old to Lie tu
trust, as aforesaid, by said deed of trust
The purchaser will be entitled to a deed
Immediately. .Ited December Utb, ItiTti.
JAMFS Y. CLkKMSON, Truatee.
Samibx P. Whbxi.kr,
. w-Tit Attorney for Trustee
AlialislKsrat4tra Nalirst. '
F.t ate of ianie l.ampert, deceaaed-t-'
The undersii;neil,'hving been appolqieit
Administratrix of the Estate ot Daniel
Lam pert, late of tlie County el Alexander,
aud State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice th.it she w ill appear e.ore the Coun
ty Court ot Alexander County, at the court
house in Cairn, iu said County, at the Jan
uary Term, on the 'I bird Monday iujaauary .
next, at which time all persons bating
claims sr-iinM said K-ttito ar notified and
requested to attend lor tlie pniptMK-f anv
tug tbe SHiue adjilsUd. All personaiudeUUd
to said Estate are requested t make imilie
diate payment ti the undttmlnei'.
Hated this S 'd dav of November. A. D.,
1S7B. MAKUAllET J.AJIl'EKT.
Dealer in FresU Meat
i AlOHTM TlUirr,''
. : i ..,.5 i
aUtweajs WAaaiatrtoa aa4 CaiatraU
Avmsm, a41olata Hm'.
ttFH Cor kd ta beat Baaf, Patk. Mutwa
Teal, u-it, -', .. aaa m at
a-tiaai la aa tmmmmm mm- s
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