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the armJtFir.i.D riuiati:m
i HOW I SHIMIIt
Our gooJ frlenJ of the State Kegitfer
says of'': "Tli ('alro Hii.lktim U
not. the Hli.i miv union It li erratic and
out of line.'
Indeed! The Rf fitter i. Inclined to
' hot be kind to any paper that is not ultra
In political foolishness. It is never er
ratic ; but, vvltu beautiful consistency, It
is always an unwise political leader. It
was in favor of Ulair's bayonet policy
and it was opposed to it ; it was opposed
to Chase's leadership in 10S, and
theu swore at Itself because it had been
looiish in this regard; it was ; ln-.f-vor
; of Pendteton -and then de
iiotineeil thut fVifI.iiialis pollvjT with
the etoiient uiii lion of the hardest of
the Jiaid money advixaffs; it was
tor soft money and hard money more
money and lens the "new departure and
the "old departure" miieh and little
everything and nothing. And in its
consistency m political stupidity it has
been anxious to have the Hi i.i.etix fol
low It. This the Hi i.i.Kitx has refused
to do ; and lias always been prompt in
attempts to restrain the lli-yitr and
other thoughtless ltmocrat of the fool
ish kind. At this time the RtyUtrr man,
feeling tint a pnttotflce fay jjrowout of
Moody talk. Is fur the immediate
( omineiicuntiit ol hostilities against the
Republican party, and proposes to at
once advance, with (hinew ifomrs
charged to the miizIc wiifi terrible
noises, iijoii the Joumtd upon Phillip
and all the other lUdical brave of that
gallant Itadical establishment.v We have
faid to our friend of the It'pUf'r: "1 lou't.
Kd., dn't. If you go on in this way we
hall have a fearful civil war. Hold there
fore your desjierate hand. Keep it oil
I hillips, and let us have peace." The re
tort is : "The BfM.KTix is erratic. It is
never in line." Verv true: verv true.
We do not deny our guilt, and
presently we shall have the great pleas
ure of seeing our friend Jlerritt coming
up to our standpoint again, bleating for
peace and bringing his nheepith tail be
hind him. We know where to llnd hirn,
when we want this straying political
lamb. lu the meantime, during his wan
derings after war with the Kadicals and
the scalp of McCormick, we shall observe
him with amused Interest, and occasion
ally lull Ihe roice of anger when it Is det
nounclng him by saying: "Hush, le'
him go ; it is no matter ; this hurts no one
and It does him so much wood.
TCRRIHI.K At-t'lliCXTfl- HORHWa.
Horrors on horrors head accumulat e
I'he devil secm to be at large, and to be
taking a great deal of pleasure in doing
awful work industriously. The Brook
lyn theater tire, with It hundreds of
rcatlis, followed by shipwrec ks and great
storms, has liecn driven from memory
almot by the A.-htabnla, Ohio, horror,
in which hundreds of men, women and
children were crushed and roasted ou a
cold, turbulent night of last week.
Scarcely had the news of this calamity
fttartlcd the world, when the telegraph
told us of the dreadful loss of the heroic
sailors of the ill-fated Circassian.
No wonder meteor of huge size are
darting through the heavens. The
times are out of joint, and the skies (so
say the superstitious) give warning of
troubles such as the world is now plung
ing Into. What Is !it .Shaksueare
nukes one ol bis characters Siy about
the warnings of nature and the walkings
of the shueted dead lust before the
mightiest Julius fell? Audwhy not
warning now ? Kuro? U on the brink
of a great war, and in our own country
evil times have dawned. Starvation has
become the tumiiiur of too many ol our
citizens, business is dead, disasters are
common, and ju.st before us Is a war of
appalling character. Why shouldn't
meteors blaze, and nature get up and
howl in storms? Ueally il this "bad" we
have becomes much worse than it is we
shall need several portentious
comets, a large graveyard of gibbering
ghosts and ghostcsscs, storms of territlc
violence and several dreadful earthquakes
to do Justice to the occasion. We are
ready tor anything. Let late do its
worst. W ho cares for expenses'?
THK NEWATOKIAI. FIUIIT AT
If there is division among the Itcpubll-
cans, the Pemocrats at Spriuglield are
not a solid phalanx. Some of the Demo
crat and Independents will not, it is
said, support either Palmer or Trumbull.
They swear they will not, but we believe
all the members of the legislature who
are opposed to the Hepuolleau party
will, when the issue is fairly made up,
support the Democrat selected
by the majority. It Palmer
will not do and if Trumbull
is not available, the Democrats and Inde
pendents might unite upon Mr. f II.
McCormick. This gentleman is one of
those cautious gentlemen in wjiose hands
the interests of the people would be safe,
and certainly no I c mocrat could object to
lua politics. He has never been nu office
seeker, but during many years has
taken an active part in public aflairs.
Conservative in his tendencies, be
would be slow to advocate revolution
ary or ultra measure ; but lie would
not lag behind in any movement lor the
benefit of the people. He 1 called a
hard money man, but he would not wreck
the public weal upon the breakers of sud
den resumption. Years before Tilden
wrote bis letter of acceptance Mr.
McCormick, in aa address to the Pemo.
OfiS.c. Su.lltla BxllllCLr, Ootnti TwalfUv Btrat aal
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY,
t ratic state committee, gave expression
to financial ideas that have since become
the Ideas of the Demo?raJc party. Mr.
McCormick lias a stake In the country,
and would be a wise lejrhdator. If the
Democrat, and Independents should
unite upon Mr. McCormick and elect
liitn, Illinois would have no reason to
regret the choice.
ikath tr kti.iaa. the: iiymsi
Mr. P. P. bliss, one of the sweet lingers
of Israel, as the Sankeys of Christianity
are called, was burned to death in the
Ashtabula railroad dNaster a few days
ago. With his wife he was eolrg East
on the train that fell through the fatal
bridge near Ashtabula, and the two were
fastened by splinters of the wrecked cars
and held fust until the flames consumed
them. They were neen after the acci
dent, but could not be saved. Both man
and wile were calm, and prayed to the
Lord, in whose cause they bad been buy
workers, until they lost all knowledge of
When the news of the death of Bliss
was announed by Mr. Moody in the tab
ernacle at Chicago, the scene was heart
rending. Mr. Moody broke down and
wept, and from the tongues of the 13,000
people present groans and lamentations
tell in miserable torrents, t'uablc to pro
feed with the exercises, the vast congre
gation was dismissed, an I the men and
women of it went to their homes weeping
Dealer in Fresh Meat
EIGHTH : STREET,
Between Waahlntrton ndComurcla
Avenuee, a4joi&inr Utuuay'a.
KKEPS for al the beat Beef, Perk, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, bauaage, Ac. aad 1 pr
read k ecrv faiuillna ia an anonotable IB-Be
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the most favor
able terms by
(i i:F.KAL IXSCRANCK AC.K.XT.
. Iwnut and II neat Vtn-
- aB)lea llepreaeutoel.
Or FICK-Iu the Alexauder County Bunk,
1-1 tf CA1KO, ILLINOIS.
The Centaur Liniments .,,
pain, luMue swelling, heal burn, and will cur
Rheumatism, spavin, and any fle.-h. bene or
muscle aliment. The While Wrapper U for
family ue, the Yellow Wiopper for animal.
Allatof the ingredient are rontained around
each bottle. Tliey are cheap, Iiei1y, and cer
tain. The certain, speedy ,nd ,1MnilM
remedy for rhildren, U Pitcher' t'atlori It 1
as pleasant to take aa honey and as certain in it
effect an Cantor Oil. Kor Wind Coiir, Worm
Sour .Stomach, and Disordered Ho well, there is
Dolbiug like Caatoiia.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever,
4.O., and indeed all the affection whion
arise from malarious, manh, or xoiaa
TM I a compound remedy, prepared with
. h ntifir (kill from v gclal.le IngreeWnU, which
rri-ly full to cure the evert rac of Chills
and Fever and the concomitant disorder, (inch
a r. nudy the ncccuitiea of the people in malarl
tu dUtrict demand. It great cuperlorlty over
any other medicine yet discovered for the cur
of Intermittent l, that it contain no quinine or
mineral, and tboie who tako It are free from
dunger of quinism or any Injurloua effect, and
ure a healthy after using It aa liefore. It baa
been extensively employed during the hut thirty
ycara in the treatment of thee dlatrcealng dis
orders, and so unvarying ha been it success
that It has gained the reputntion of being infalli
ble. It can, be safely recommended aa a suro
remedy and speciltc for the Fever Ague of
the West, and the Chill aud Fever of the
Kouth, which, onco broken tip by it, do not
return until the disease Is again contracted.
The great variety of disorder which arise
from the Irritation of this poison, such as Neu
ralgia, llheuinatUut, U)Ut, Headache,
Illludueae, 'Toothache, Earache, Ca.
tarrh, Asthma, Palpitation, HpUatic
A erections, llyeterlea, Palis In the B)w
el, Colic, Parajjr!, and derangement of
the Stomach, all of which become Intermittent
or periodical, have no speedier remedy than
Atea' Aut E Cms, w hich cure them all alike,
and protects the system from future attacks. A
a preventive, It is of Immense service in tlioaa
fouimuuilic where Fever and Ague prevail,
as It stays the development of the disease If taken
cm the itrat approach of Ihe premonitory symp
tom.. Travellir and temporary resident ate
thus enabled to defy the disorder, and few
will ever suffer if they avail themselves of Ibe
protection this remedy afford.
For Ldeer Complaint, arising from
torpidity, it ia an eicellent remedy ; It stimulate
tnl organ into healthy activity, and produce
many remarkable cure her other medicine
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co.,
Practical Analytical Chemist,
IOW MIL, MA$I.
SOLI; PI ALL patOOISTS LVf 1UU1E.
l0KTf I A Alt SUUSt TatK riatilO.
DR. C. FLAKE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
MM IB countenance h pale and
L leaden-colored, with occasional
Hushes, or a circumscribed sjjot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupiUdilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye lid ;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip ; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual secretion of saliva; $ny or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par-
ticulaily in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, w ith a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
other-:, entirely gone ; letting pains
in the stomach; occasional nausea
a:,d vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy ; not
unfrequently tinged with blood ;
b'.-lly swollen and hard? urine tur
bid ; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uiica,y and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Wheneter the above symptoms
are found to exir.t,
DR. C. Ml LANE'S VERMIFUGE
W ill tcilainly effect a aire.
IT toF.3 NOT CONTAIN ULRCVRY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration , tiut capable of doing the slight
at injury o ihe tioit tender infant.
The genuine Du. MVI.anlV. Vi.n
MiKi.E bears the signatures of C.
MVI.ANE and Fll.min; JJko;. on llio
: o :
DR. C. M?LANE'S
These Pills are not recommended
a a remedy lor "all the ills that
f!e.h is heir to," but in nflk'tion.s of
the Liver, and iaa'l Lilious Com
plainis, I)v-jtep.i;t and Sick Hr'ad
aehe, oi- tlrstfa-sca of that charac ter,
tlicy eland without a rival.
AO UK AND FEVER.
Nf belter cathartic can be uses!
preparatory to, or after takiuj Qui
nine. UttwX' rgative they are
DKIV.IRU ngu iUM,,minva
The genuine are never ugar
Each box lias a red wax seal ou
the lid, with the impreMn Dr..
MVLani: LiVF.n Pills.
Each wrapjier liears theiuatures
of t'.MVL.vNE and Fleming liuoa.
Sold by all re?j;ct:tble ilruggisU
and country stoiekeeH.'rs enerally.
HEW Air VEHTIMEHESTB.
at hem. Afents wanted. Outnt
and term. free. I Rl K A CO., AugUktA,
I3-READY FOR AOENT8-THE
1EMCUUE1 AM ILXl'STKATFD.
A graphic pen-uictureof itshi.tory, grand build
ings, wonderful axhibita, curiomlie. great day
etc. 1'roluaely illustrated, thoroughly popular,
and very cheap. Is selling immensely, s.uui
agents wanted. .Send for full particular. I bis
is I lie chance of lo years to cuiu monev fast,
i.et the otilv reliable historr. HUBBARD
BROTHERS, l't bUSHER. i La !ulle blreet,
Chi ago, Illinois.
il I IT'riAV rle not deceived by premature
ti 1 1 1 lUiS bookaastuming to bc"olticiul,"
and telliug what wnlbapiien iu August and hep
temlr. a week in your own town. Term and
ould! lice. if. IIVLI.KTA CO.. fort-
The Little Rock
and Fort Smith
- II AS
IP O 1L S AZiB
firming Land,, tiraiing Lands, Fruit Land,. Vine
Lands, Coal IjihK Wood Lauds, mine I'raiiic
Land, Bottom jinJ. and Uplaudi. oa t.rui
to salt th purchaser. Six por cent in
terest oa deterred pay menu. Tan per cent dis
count for cash. For full parurul-i., map, and
pauiphclts, apply to W. D, BLACK, lod
t omuiiiuiicr Little Uotk, Arkansas.
n C Extra Fins Mixed Cards, wiih name
aW lOcta., post paid. I. JO.NLS A CO.,
Nassau, N. V.
tSR til W.
to Aiii. Samples
. O. VICKEKV, Au-
tK tn MnHrJiijiibwiie. Sample worth
sDJ Q .U$iIrM!- MllNSO.NA MI., FoU
'ATH,II Wen to sell to Merchant. I 'O
lil Iral' month aud travel ins- eiLente
paid. Uciu Maoul'g Co.. t. lAtiis, Mo.
1- r-A lit A rir. i titus, no two alike, with
Zj uaine, lu els. .1. k. If AltlLK, Maiden
yj House, St. Louis, Mo. tor Cardirc Article as
pubilsheu lu i nristiun limes.
Three thousand, Iwo hundred and fifty duller
Worth of newspaper advertising, at pubhsner'
schedule rates, given for STiJ, and a three
luou lbs' note accepted in paytiwnt from advar
isers of rtwousibiltty. A printed list, giving
Name, f 'uarucler, Acluul Oaily and Weekly Cir
culation, and Kthedule rate of Advertising,
tent free .i any adtlre
Apply to tieorge r.
Kowell A Co, New,
41 Fark Haw, N. V.
Kowell Jk Co. ewspeT Adveiiislng Agents,
A COT WASTED
(fcaV Events at tba
to sell th New
AND THK OAJCPAiaM OP 1878?
J list the book for the limes. Give a mil histor
of the Nalioual Capital and liovarumeut. huow
how tlw govaruwent has been mauaged eiuoe il
orgauuatiou. Explain bow iob are put
throiiKU ouugrea. t.nelull history of th
Whisky frauds aud Itolkuap rieauilal. It give
the live or Hayes, Wheeler, Hide and Ilea
Craud clianoa for Agent. Address.
J. U til A hi lit Ua. at. Louis. Ma
SIXTH BTHKET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
K anufavctur Ma own Hore Shoes and
can Aeeure Oood Work.
mtES sejwej n m x& tikes
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Roxd and Board, 3d Floor $3 00 Per Day
Spooled Rates ter Wcsk or Moath.
A limitcl number of very deatrable family
room can be secured at reasonable rate lor the
I he M. Charles I the fargeatand best appoint
ed House In Muulhorn Illinois, anj is the leadiux
hotel in Cairo. Nlwtth.u,n.Vin the "B1
Kock" reduction in prices, the ubl wlll.w
usual, l liberally supplied with the very beat
of everything that can be found In market.
Fine large sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, free of charge .
tfAll baggage or guast conveyed to and trotn
the hatel without charge.
R. St. r.SdXEW.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Cloae.
Uor&ar 1 Wui
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
CHARTERED MARCH 81. 18t
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AFFORD, Freetdent.
b 3 TA YLOU. Vice Preaident.
W. UVsLOr". Seo'vand Treasurer.
P.W. Rabclat, Cbas. Qalimbs,
r. at. Stockflbtb, Fall O Slbcu,
tt. li CCMNLNUItAAI. H. L. UAUailAY,
J. M. PbillU'.
TNTERLST paid on deposit at th rate el (il
a. per oeni. per annum, aiareu ii ana Mptem
Mr 1st. Interest not withdrawn 1 added Iniine
1 lately to the priuclpal of the deposiu, Ibersby
fiviug wem comiHtuuu luieresr
Married Women and Children may
uepoaii money ana no one
else can draw it.
Odcs every business dsv from 9a m. to S D m
ad Saturday cveniuifd for savings deposits only
torn o to B O'CIOCK.
W. HYRLOP. Treaewrer.
F Iiross, President
P. Nett, Vine I'rus't.
H. Wrlls, Cashier.
1. J. Iter Ih, Asst. asb'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t 8treet
F. Brorts, Cairo. Wra. Kluge, Cairo.
l Sett, Cairo. Wm Wolfe, l atro.
A . Snranka. Cairo, it L. Ilillingslev. t. Louis
K, liuder, t airo fl. Wells, Cairo.
r. II. Iiriukman. ft. 1.01.
.1. Y. Clcinsoo, t aledonia.
V tlewetal BsiBklata BualMttsa !.
("Exchange sold and bought Inter paid
a the saving uepartment. t.ouuciioii
nd all business promptly alteuded to.
City National Bank
W. P. HALL1DAY. Presidasal.
UaNttV L. HALLJUA Y, fkPresl.
A. II StiruilU, CAShleg.
WA " K UYaLOP. AM'tCaablar.
S. STAAT TaTLOS, H II. COSSIMOBAM.
U L. Haujoav, W. P. Uauiuav,
U. I). WtL44AltOM. 8TBrUBM BlSP,
A . H. SAfronu.
Exohange, Coin and United 8 ta tea
Bonds Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS received aad snrai;
a ay garalJ BsWBweaw MSw
Auassr A Drill. awsft moiSl
PsUT to aood A (rut, awgee bu
(ra. Jilt Asy Ctt asTkaalss aha-
Evamvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawnectewn, Evana
Tille, Louiavilie, Clnoinnatl
and all way landings.
The eJerant side-Wheel staaiaet.
Valtib B. pBaaiMs;Tos.n. . ..Master
JflABLB PBgMiauiu.'f Clerk
Will leave Cairo every YYKDNKSDAT at
o'clock p. m.
The fleet steainer
r.o 1 uomas
Leaves Cairo every SATt aiiAT.
Each boat make close connections St Cairo
With flrst-cOaa steamer for St. Louis, Mem-
fihia and New Orleans, and at Evanaville with
nK. AC. K. K. for all point Nona and East,
aad with the Louisville Mail Steamer, fos. all
point on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipt on freight and passengers to all points
Fur urther Information apply to
OL. SILVkU. 1'assenger Agent.
HAI.UD.tV 0 . f Amnte
J. M. FHtLCJI'H, ilfn"
Or to U J. GKAMMKR,
Superintendent amt ftvneral Freight Agent,
lo-s-jo-ls . Lvmnavlll Indiana.
5. F. Slake
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaes, aio.
-- a mlehntted illuminating
Corner lTnth Street and Washlaa
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO IaEVEE.
City TatUaal Baak Baildiag, sp-sUir.
. ,, .. ..m. a inSlautFI
w wm.ll asiaiiuss.
rn I Ilia ola, ritsMmUt; ovr
MT. OARJBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tha par-loed
t.e n, or in ho (aheada, for shipment
jcompuy avnaaa w.
ssassji. NAHiiirrt lrl and
U a V T ,W M -
......! sans a ix 1 nraDared
IIIIISVSWV s , - - --
aupDly any qsAantlaT, by
smonth oreajr, at unixoi m raiea.
Cairo crrr waai 50s1.'ajit.
Ralliday Hruv'C4Bse, M. 19 OhloUva
-Utviriday urea, -s waanuoat.
-At th Lad 3Mksap. toot of TB. m-BIath
tyPost Otles C wee. "
rillLADKLrHIA, P A j t i
1 bis rreat Internatloaal ExhiblUon, ds
tLgDed to cemnerjkoraUj the M aoadrsdta
st.Blver.ary f Amerlesa Iadensadenee,
,'l-'y J?.,hL-nd w"' c, Aovemb?
luth, 18, U. All the Dstlons of the world
and sll the states and territories of ths Un.
Un arc participating ia thl wonderful d )
tnonstratioD, bringing together lbs most
comprehensive collection ct art treasure,
mechanical Inventions, acientlflc discover'
eriea, manufacturing achievement, miner
al epecliuens, and agricultural products
r.l'r "JfiVJ"1 Tk Browds dsvoud tu
tb exhibition are iltuated oa ths line of
the l'ennsylvsnia Railroad and embrace 460
acre of F alrmount Park, all high) im
proved and ornamented, oa which are
erected tbe largest buildings ever construc
ted five of these covering an area ot fltty
acres and costing $5,000,000. The total
number of buildings erected for ths pur
poses of the exhibition Is near two huir-'
dred. During tbe thirts days Immediately
following the opening or tbe exhibition a
million and a quarter of people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
TU GREAT TRUV K LIXK
FAST M IL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is tbs mo, direct; convenient andeeonom
Ical way ol reac hing Philadelphia and this
great imbibition from all soeMon of tbe
country. Its trains too and trout Philadel
phia will pass tlirouffh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected at
the main entrance to tbe Exbibltloa
ground for the accommodation of passes
gets who wl b to stop at or start from ti
humerous large hotels contiguous to this
fetation anc the Exhibitlou a conrenfeiee
ot tbe greuteet value to vlsitorn, and afDrd
ed cxclusi'.vely by tbe l'enniylrrnia iall
nail, w hlcb is the only line running erect '
o the Centennial buildings, txctrlon
rains will also Mop at tbe kucaiupntntof
be Patron of Husbandry, al Kim iatloo
on this road. ' -
The Pennsylvania P.ailVoud Is the, rand
et railway organization in tbe woJ. it'
control seven tbouaand miles of rdway,
forming csutlnuotie lines to Philjelphla,
New York, Itaiiiiuore, and wai-hiniD,over
which luxurious day and n igU t ;sr are
run from cbtcauo, at. Louis LoufrHle.cin-
iunati, ludianspoliii, Col'hibi, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie wlthrSH cage.
it main line I laid wltfoutand third
tracks ot heavy Heel raitpor a deep best
ot broken stone ballast."! fe bridgli are
all of iron or atone, y Paweiigcr trsln
are equipped wltb c( ao n improve
ment lor coiniort any'ty, and are run at
faster )eed for greadlKtances tbn the'
traiDSofaoy line yt'ie continent. 1'ha
comoanv has lsrisncreaffii it pi.nin.
nieut for Cetltt nurvel, and will be pre-
pareu to uuuo iio suops, at short
notice sufficient silly accommodate any
anyextia detnarA'lbe unequalled re.
aouree at tbe cotlnd or ihe eoiupanv
rt t li MnitBni nui.. . I. - - .
v. r r , ' pusrj mo must perioi't
accommodations Iall its i,nr..n .i,.-i .
th (Vntniinlal Fkltln. " ,
The maKniUceAiDiierv i0 . .1.1,.,
Pennsylvania Eittd is so iu-tiv .
ted preeenu to traveler over iff terio,t'
roadway an fihangini' pan-ram 0f
T "'"""'i"aoucape visa ue-i
iintieu iu iui
1 be eating Jn on tils Ine are tin
aurpasaed. fA-in b fumfshed at suit
able Uour aiil.le time allowed lor en-
be-olUHtiUlrlntipul rallroAd ticket
uun rB iu iiici orlliw.pj --.1 KJI1lth-
tl est, .
s . ... a 1 m
a s a si .,...il' 'caiJia s sss) vaaaj
renuus,.V , , .hB 4jntell.
FRANK Til COl
1.TI. BOYD, Jr.,
Men. rwr Agt
did. on tbe luth day
ssBtas ssw. wi a war ( .y let r"
booic tt m xrtivx trrru "t"2';8, atj -a.
a .k. -t.-.l ,a, 0, OetdTu'r lsTS la liav
luanner xecute, iUd'dtilt
tain deed of trust, now
uV.eu "l .yiitno of record
in tue recoruer omce ui - - , .ip-.-dt-r
County, in book H ol trust uf.B"J"
27". both of vsbieb were given tot " J tue
payment or a certain promiory notv xe.
lilted by lbs said Joseph McKenzie to iiv
J. McDonald. And whereas delault ba
been made iu tbe payment ot said promis
sory note, now, there lore, 1 give notice
that by virtue ot the power given me by
said deed of trust, 1 will on tbe lmh day of
Jauuary, lf-TT. at tbe hour of 11 o'clock, a.
m., Ot said uuy, ui toe court nuusu uour 1 it
tbe city or t airo, uouuty 01 jvicxauuer ana
state or iiiiuois, sen at puono veuuue, iu
tbe higbcist bidder, lor cash, tbe following
described lots, situated In said city of
Cairo, to wit: Lots thirty-three (da),
thuty-four (its), niteen tin), aiiu smeru
(Hi), in block tifty-tbree (ii), being tbe
Hiue. granted. Iwrgaiued aud told to me iu
trust, as aiore-ai-i. oy saiu ueru 01 irui
The purchaser will be entitled to a deed
Immediately. Dated December Ulh, ISTti.
JAMr: . cur-iisu, iruatee.
SlMl'KL P, WUEKI.ER,
w-:t Attorney for Trustee
Whereas, ou the i:ih day or.luly, A. D., i.
lUsrv klavo -ih! Catharine Mayo, hi wile.
executed aud delivered to the undersigned fo,
the purpose of tecuring Ihe payment ol a certain
promlory utile llierein meotiooeu, a irusi wni
to the lollowiug descrilied premise. ti-wil . The
uorlh-weslmiarter ol the south-east quarter and
the oulh-weM quarter of the aorth-east quarter
and tliesoiilh half of the north-west quarter of
the north-east quarter, all lyiug and being la
secliou seven, township sixteen, range Iwo, west
of tbe third priticiiial meridian iu Alexander
liuiy, Illinois; aina wuereas, Uetauit lias iu
mads1 lu the pament of said uoie. Now, there-
lure in pursuance ot Ihe authority couterred ny
said rat deed, 1 will sell the above described
proiuiaesai puuiic seuuue, iu ie o,.iur
- ,or rau aa liaul, at ine court oouse uovr. iu u
CltV ul C-lto Id said Aleaauder County, Ubl Ola'
cu MuiMlat, Ui silt day of January, A. U. 1-;..
between tlw hours of (en o'clock a ui. , aud S
O'clock u.ea ,ja! said day, said sale to be without
redemption 1 iio-xas ai Aarsia
Estate ot Keul.cti Vauirhn, ilei-eased
Tbe undersigned, having been sppointc4
administratrix of tbe estate ot Reuben
Vsiigbu, late of tbe county of Alexander
ud Mate of Illinois, deceased, beiei y (kv
uotice tbat she will appear beloie tbe
county court ot Alexander county, at tbs)
court battse lu Ciiiro at lb February tcrtii.
on tbs third Monday in February next, at
which time till person having claims
against said estate ure notihed and re
qiiesteiAlo attcud lor tbs purpose Ot baviUK
the eauitf adjusted. All pfrsoiis iudiUited
to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to the uu!t'ligi ed.
aleu,.'.lil uuy Ol I'ecemner. a. w, 10 iw.
Wl.VNIK VAI CHN.
Ksta.6rtf lianit'l Lampert, deceaifed--
Tbe.UllderalgliSil, nsviug ueeu appuiBiei
AdmiuistsuUix of ths EstaU ol.itsskUt
Lampert, Ut-e ol the Coualy ol Alexander,
and Slat of lu.noU,decead, hereby gives
notioe tbat site wall appear before the loun-
ty Court 01 Akxaaider County, al the court
bouse in Cairo, In aasd Cntiuiy, t the Jan
uary Term, oaths 'I bird Monday In January
next, at which time aT persons hsviog
claim aF.alnat said rotate are nolitied sad
J,v aV i.t. 'k.
requested to aiuua tor tne purjiose ei nav
tag th same adjusted. All iMsraonsltHlebted
to said rotate are requeaicuiw wsu mmia-
dlate payment to tu unueraigeeu.
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listed lUia Ilu uav ui nrsiiT, . s,(
IsTtJ. MAKU AltET I.AHrr-iir.
Tyg. R. BatlTB s. -
Physician Cc Dorcoa
Onir in Wiatmr'a Itkxk, corner Sevealb sad
Ciuussrcial Auitut, leatraisa a li.
Kesldrao 1 hirtesuUt stnwt, BIsslOl W'svBiastu