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bulletin Building, Oor. Twelfth Stree
end V sustain a ton AtmUi
if-County end KailroadWork a Siiecialtv
Ci inO POfcTOFFICE.'
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p.m.; MunLiy from 7toUa.ni. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6;U0 p.m.
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Mall at .2:20a m Daily.
Kiprena al... 1 : p m . K'pt Sunday,
ri,,!., -t , , t ...i p ... Sunday.
Freight a...- 12.0'J ni .. . " Sunday.
JASLE3 JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. L0UISJR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
F.xpre. leave Cairo daiir 2 'o p. m.
V (pre arrive at Cairo daily .' m.
Acoinni') Utinn lt-aves Cairo dully.... ..2.i.. a. m.
Anrommo'lation arrive dally except
Sunday) 11 :i0 a. m
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ST. ijouia i
We Have Come to Stay!"
iPHK train, of thi rorr,(iany ft.ni.tft at St.
L louts and Kn'l -t. Lnum. with all uV.tir
line i the .1'arlli, trail and Weil.
Am vi' t.t. Loui. .
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Leave Kant St. Louis ... :' a in.
rnv atCa.ro - p.m.
.J. I.. HIM KI.EY, t.eneral Puerititenrent.
J. A. WLNTZ. tieueral l'aeiitfT Agent.
W. It. SI ,i r'A ULAN I), Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE siTOKTEST ROUTE TO
EvanBville, Indianapolia. Cincin
- rjati and Louisville,
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The Shortcut nnl (juicke.-t Lice to
FLUadolphia, Baltimoro and
Close f'-inncctiuns with tliO
Mall" to tut iV-l.
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Arrive at Iniiiaunpulii. S-0 P- lu.
VIA OHIO AKD MlfiiHlCPI BAILIUAO.
Arnviraat North rnon
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at Lum.nliu.. ......
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t'n' I'aB. An't
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disabled in line of Uuty, U bv
accident or otherwue. A
WOt lvl of any kind, tha
lou of a iu( er or '
the loss of an Eye, a Kl V
'I I HE, if bat slight, gives a
pension. Disease of Lunga)
or t aric Vein give a
pension. MOW MTV. If
discharged for wound.iniunet
or tupture, you get full boun
ty. fesTScud SI stamps for
copy of Pension and ilounty
At. Address all letter to
F. S. FITZ3ISALD,
U. S. Claim Agent, Indianap.
Olis, Ind, Da'Oa all letterl
rnarV P. O. i)ox S..Ms
jpvwwfwf iiiiintn in tlie liuaiue. we
L flih. riut tli"e willing to work cau easily
?ii n a iloten ilollura a day rilit in their own lo
liii.. Hare uo room to explain livra, Bu.i
ies ulranant and honorable, Women. Iioy
iidKirUdoaa well aa men. We will furuUU
oil a complete on tilt free, The buMiie. pay.
M-ltet thuii anything elae. Vie will bear ex-
ieof alartinK you. Particular free. Write
md see. Farmer ami luecniuiea, their ton
tnl dauKlitera, anil all cla.se ia ueetl of paying
vork at lioma, suoti U writ to u turn all
tbout tha work at oaoa. Now is tha time
bdn't dUy4sddress i'avCa Co,aLguiU,
Tlie New York IlemU, the great gf-n-a.ilional
paper of the country, Is con ! pic
uon.,ly Kilfiit on (lie actuation of tho dny
in New Y ork city the suddenly broken
ot1'tnarri.is of James Gordon Uennctt,
its proprietor, and the Attack upon lam
by the cnrajrpd brother ol tht disap
pointed iattcet. Hut the other Now York
newepnpera have not lollownl the cxam-
ij Jile of their ctjiitcmporary und tlieir col
umn are lull of rumor eo'icrrnlug the
engagement, Its fudd'-n termination and
the habits ol the notorious if not
I.imoua IiiMinelt. TUe eujia'cment be
tween lit nnett and Misi May liad cxitU-d
for Motne two year, aijd wa to Uavs XM
Cfjnuui mated last wecU. It wan tho
theme of conversation among the friend.
of the panic, the feminine portion beinjf
C'lxjeinlly Interested in the costllue and
elegance ol the bridal troi.eau that hail
been ordered from Paris at an expense
of twenty thousand dollars, hut at the
time drew near for the wedding, strange
ftories of the conduct of the grom-elect
began to be circulated. Iiko Iilck
SwiveWr, he d-velotcd an ovcr-weenlng
fondness fr "the roy," aipl while un
der its Influence, wa guilty of singular
and uiiljecoiniiig action.. On one
occa-inn, the laiuily of Mis May was in
vited to dine with hlrn. An elaborate
dinner was prepared, but alas, fur the ao
putitcs of the visitors, the hot, alter the
soup wit, served, gave ordirs that the
rest of the tutft with the exception of the
desert, hhould not be served, and his
well-trained M-rrant. obeyed liiui to the
letter, t'n another occasion, when a
party of ladies and gentlemen were w8
entertained by him, he Invited the lulici
Into bis billiard-room to witness a trial ot
skill between some players. To the sur
prise of his feminine gucnts, he insisted
on their taking positions on tire billiard
t.iL.1' . Kiid iiiiuiediately Introduced into
the apartment some game fowl., which
engaged in a spirited contest, much to
the chagrin and discomfiture of the la
dies who were compelled to endure
the unpkur4Dtncs3 of their po
rtion for upward ol m hour.
Therm arc a lew of the vagaries com
mitted by the owner of the II raid after
putting an enemy into hi mouth to steal
away hi brain. lie clapped the climax
of his oU'i-nses against his bethrothed
w hen he allow J her, vailed and orange
flowered, to wait in vain at the threshold
ot the matrimonial altar, for his pres
ence. The insult to the lady and her
family was avenged by her brother with
ahorse whip and now all New York Is
in daily expectancy of a duel between
Tut: l.ouisiaua legislature has passed a
bill appropriating various sums of money
to colored women "claiming to be mar
tyrs of bulldozers." This is K'ellogg's
w ay of amending disorders in the state.
If tliPllilnois legislature had voted 'p
propilution" t -Mr, llinehclifle and
Mr.-. Sisuey and other women wiJowed
and otherwise injured by the actors In
the Williamson county vendetta,
how the whole state would
have condemned the unprece
dented proceeding, and would have
insisted tnat the only lawful course
was to arrest aad punish the in
Juiers instead of compensating the In
jured. Hut a course of action that would
have been all w rong In the Illinois legis
lature U all right in the Louisiana body.
And then, the female victims of the bull
dozers must be paid something for Ui;-ir
testimony before tho returning board.
It helped the Hayes count wonderfully
and was worth many honest vote to the
A liAL.vfct.TON' newspaper, which has
been at t-onie pains to investigate the
matter, declares that Gen. Grant, who
has long cast a longing ej e on Mexico, is
laying the wires for the establishment
of a protectorate in that country, of
w hich he will demand to be made the
head in th event of Hayes Inaugura
tion ; that as soon as ho lost hope of be
ing nominated by LU party for a third
term, he conceived this scheme, and that
he ha-, for some time past, had confiden
tial ofllcers of the government and per
sonal lriends traveling through Mexico,
noting the temper ot the people there,
and hearing how a protectorate extended
by tho United States would be received ;
and further that his proposed visit to
Europe next summer U to "feci the pulse
of John Hull and other nations interested
Iu Mexico, upon the protectorate ciues
lion." A special dispatch to tho St. Louis
Rvjmblican, dated Springfield, Jun, Cth,
gave the following Information to that
paper: "Ex-Congressman II. ll.Fluley.of
New Vork, a confidential political friend
of President Tilden, arrived here to-night
and has been closeted several hours with
Hon. Cyrus II. McCormick, of Chicago,
chairman of the Illinois Denocratic cen
tral committee, arranging lor the Tilden
convention to meet here on Monday. It
is understood that Mr, TiUen desires
that nothing shall bo done In any way
tending to excite tha passions and prej
udiccs of tho populate into a war fever,
or a ilispositicn to resist by force the In
auguration ol Hayes. Mr. Finley will
address tho convention in behalf ot Mr.
Tilden, and will advise protestations
against Republican usurpation in a con
ciliatory and corrective manner.
Tun betting men of New York city
are laying wagers for and against tha
probablllty of a Bennett-May duel.
Offlot, Solatia, SvlUAIsmT, Cemw T'walftte, a treat and
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1877.
The inauguration ot Gov. Culloin yes
) tcrday, was made the occasion for one of 1
the grandest displays ever witnessed In
Simngfleld. Large delegations from
every county In the gtotc were present
and the military companies of Spring
Held, Jacksonville, Jolict, Chicago, Pe
oria and Danville took part in the pro
fession. In the evening, the principal
buildings and business horses wcreilloni
inatcd. as was also the new state house
from the basement to the top of the
Mk. Jisiick Kili.d, of the I'nited
Htates supreme court, has drawn upon
himself the condemnation of the Kadical
party by openly declaring bis conviction
that Mr. Tilden was fairly elected on the
7th ot November, and by severely de
bouncing the action of the Louisiana re
turning board. These declaration were
made at a dinner party given in Wash
ington by a IN-publican senator, very
Z Ami.ni; the bills passed through the
Hrst reading iu the Illinois sennte on Sat
urday was one Introduced by Senator
Parish to pay Messrs. Andrew J. Duff
and William J. Allen $5,000 each for
their legal services and assistance in pros
ecuting tor the state the vendetta band of
Williamson county a year ago. It was
referred to the committee on appropria
tion. The richest "diggings" yet discovered
in the Hlack Hills are reported to be on
Battle creek, twenty-five miles from
Custer cily. There the miners wash out
from ten to fifteen dollars from each pan
of dirt which la considered a very lich
yield. Other settlements in the if Ills are
i-iiiir deserted for this new field.
Kki.logg's legislature has voted one
hundred thousand dollars to the return
ing board for it services in counting in
the Hayes electoral ticket in Louisiana.
This Is twenty thousand dollars apiece.
Who wouldn't be a returning board at
that rate ot payment for "services? '
Another scandal will shortly be made
public in the District of Columbia, says a
Washington dispatch. Tho principal
actor is Wm. J. Murtagb, editor of the
Washington Republican, Grant's organ,
and a particular friend ot the president.
The number of votes In the Illinois leg
islature requisite to elect a United States
senator is one hundred and three. The
Democrats and Independents, united,
have this number and the Republicans
have on hurulrvd ami aue,
Mks. Charlotte Deforest Egbert,
a sister ol Commodore Vanderbilt, aged
eighty-five years, died on Friday last, one
day ulter her brother.
Tin: late snow storm iu portions of
Alabama, Tennessee and other Southern
States, was the heaviest that has lallen
for twenty years.
Two Detroit mechanics claim t have
Inveuted and will shortly place on exhi
bition, at five dollars a sight, a perpetual
A "Washburne movement" is reported
among the Illinois senators, Bluford
Wilson, it is said, engineering the move
ment. "THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
AMI ONLY DUUXT EOUTE TO
With direct connections for
RICKED, immii mm
?hii:.el:hii, hi York. Soston.
A Spesdj. Plsisint nl Ceafsrils Trip.
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R,
I Celebrated for its
Elefrant Coaches, Splendid Hotels, Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Sceuery, and tha many point a of
Historic Interest Aiontr
rrarswill ALWAYS bs ts
L' A tj Any Other Line
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
ru twt n the
faipil Wester, and .utera Cities.
LjOR TIIROCtili TICKETS. TtAUtiAOK
X1 therk, Movement of Iraiu, feUeepiiia-4 .tr
Accommodation, etc., Ac, apply at ileket
ULUoe at all J'riucipal ToiuU,
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST OB WEST.
K. U. DOItSEY, h. M. COLE ,
Ass'tUcn'l Ticket Agt. Cn'l Ticket Agl
THOS. P. UARKT, TUOS. It fallAHl',
waaiera I'ass'g'r At- Uaatvr uf i nm-p'o
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Satloaal Bask Building, vp-stalrs.
,. , , . . ,
. he Oldsat EaUbUshed Arenoy in Sontt
em uuiiuu, represeaouisr or
IBS 000 000
THOS. J. ZERTH,
General Insurance Agt.
St. Lonls Kiro Insurance Co..
German of Freeport, Illinois,
AsuettB, $400,000 00:
Oermania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000 00.
1 respectfully solicit a share of public
OSes in ths Alexander Comnty Bank.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the most favor
able terms by
General Insurance AetNT.
Xoue but SAnnd nml Hnast Votu-
OTFICE-In the Alexander Couoty Bauk,
l-l If CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal bv the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attenaea to.
ls"To large coxsumers and all
aanufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply say quantity, by the
noma or yetr, acutuiorm rates.
C ATROCITY UOAX COKFAHT.
Ttalliday Ilrt's office, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
isaiuaay lire whartDoat.
At Krrptiaa lilla. or
At the Coal Jtuurj. foot of Tbiitv.Rlirhth
iJ-Poet Office Dnwer. Ann.
TA t i attaint
stiutned in th. rnlted
Canada, and Ku
term a low aa
M an v other relia.
deuce vted in tbe ngw
lih and foreifrn annuafte, wtri inventors, At-
i 'mi;, ki siw, sou oilier soiaiiora, especiall
w th those who have had thtnoaoe rejected la
Uiehand ol other attorney, la rejected cases
our lee are reasonable, aud BoQhurtre u made
uuieaa we are auueeBjui. t
It If u wants pat-
examination at the puteut oDle,9id tt we think
it patentable, will send you pa era and adviiw,
ami proarcuu? your Usae. s.mr f Will be in Or
uiuary cases, I
iliuary cases, ii,
I J f Oral or written matters
fett, Ex-Commissioner of 1'ateitB,
levwlaud, Ohio O. it. Keller, Esu., Seo'v
V .. . . I . i - . . I ill.. . '
national uianae, IuuiBTllie, l SvOUIlllOllor
Dan'l Amuli-M, U. S. N. , WanltDgton. D. O.
f"Seutl Ktamu fur our "Linda, for obtain
lug l'abinU," a nook of 60 page..
Address : Louis Bagger Ic Co., Solid
tors of Patents, Washington, D. C.
Three thousand, two hundred tad fifty dollars
ortb of aewswatier advertising, at tiiil.lMia.V
atea. given for ITOQ, aud a thrwinoutha' ovte
ecepibU ia payment from advertnersof resaon.
:hllilv. A printed lint, a I v inn u.ma. .har.ir
Itual daily and weekly circulalios aud aclivUulc
tea of advertiaing, aent flee to any addieas.
pplyto Ceo. P. Uowell Co , Newspaper
u, -rui.( ft 01 a 1MIW, r, . i ,
FS!!ES HIKES 19 511! IS! IMIS
Room and Board. 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board. 8d Floor 3 .00 Par Day
Spaalal Rata oT Waak or Mositk.
A llmltej number of very ilMlrabl lamlly
rotima can be aecarcd at raaaonabla rata tor Uif
1 he St. Cbarle la the largest anrl beat anpolnt
M House In Houtbam IlllnoU.and Is the leadms
hotel Id Cairo. Notwltnatanding tbs "Bed
Kork" reduction In tirlrea. the tabla will..
usual, be liberally supplied with tbe very seat
efeTerythinf that can be found in market.
iue larsre sample room for commercial tray-
rien, on prouna noor, rrstoi onarsje.
I J"AI1 baKKatreofarueata eonreTed to and lmm
the Lstel without charge
WHOLESALE AMD BET AIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Close.
Oornai lBtb v.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMBBJOAlir lOWDE OO
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
Ha. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKC.AL attsntioi given to con If omenta and
HI U rut orders
CHARTERED MARCH SI. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B 9 AFFORD. President.
S. TATLOK. Vice President.
W. UT8LOP. ttec'T and Xreaaurer.
P.W. Rabclay, Chas. Qalisubs,
r. M. brocirLSTH, PadlO. 8cbuh,
S. H. COSTMUiaBAlf. 11 L.lllUHJil.
J. Af. Philuts.
INTEREST paid on depoelta at the rata ef six
percent, per annum. Karri) 1st and Septem
ier lat. Interest not withdrawn Is added luiuie
liately to tha principal of the deposit, thereby
living them comixmnd Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every business day from 9a.m. to I p.m.
ad Saturday evenings for saving deposits only
romtt to 8 o'clock.
W. HTHLOP, Treasurer.
F Bros, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. Keff, Vice 1'rea't. T. J. aerth, Asst. aah'r
mm im m
Corner Oommerolal At, and St Straet
F. Rross, Cairo.
Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
Wut. Wolfe. Cairo.
P. Neff, Cairo.
A . Stisanka. Cairo. U. L. Billuigsley, at. Louis.
K. liuiler, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
P. li. Kriokman. St. Iais,
J. Y. Cleuison, Caledonia.
1 tUeaetal Baaklng Bnalaeaa Daae.
trfFirhaiiKe sold aud bought. Interest paid
a the Havinas Dfutrtment. Collerjtion made,
nd all business prumptlv attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W P. HALI.IDAY, President.
UKNUY L. liALLTDAY. VieaPrest,
A . II HAFFOUD, Cashieg.
Wi I K UYbLOP. Ass' I Cashier.
S. Staats Ttnoi, R. II. CosatnaaiAa,
II L. HuusT, W. P. UAUOUAV,
ti. V. Wiuiahsom, STmrHBM Rum,
A . B. Saffohb.
Xzohsnge, Coin and United States
jsonas ousbv ana aoia.
TNEPOSITS received .ad a general '.braikltig
J business ooue
SIXTH STBEET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEBCIAL
Blanufaotures his own Hons Shoes and
oan Aaaar Good Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Lf at OB OEAsUEsU
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholssals and Bstail Dealers In
WINES OF AIIj KI9TIMI,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSB. SMYTH CO. htva Mnsntly
a large stock oi tbs best good in Um mar
ket, and glvs especial attention to tbe whilesal
ranch of ths buslneaa .
PAIBT AND OIL.
B. F. Blalso
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on band, the celebrated illuminating
Corner Blevantk Street and Washing
A BOOK FORJHE MILLIOlt
SJUTn auJ tm ml AMsw.Onaaslwl.sB
mm a w ssmtt.m a Mysiiiipsai
. via a
laSMt SlnmrteMa sa. astaaa, 1 diMmum. yraswrlas
tt. t I..I.HH1. a..
TU. U u launntas wri r tax saaanS aa aurt
Sum, via ararwi. Msrariata, aaS .,l.s,. riwM
!u.raUaa Sjr Um. va. mn rTli, m Mawipl.l. Bur
ua; .till K li ft kM aa Mhi a k. kt aavre Im
eaj wr, Ma am wrt ..ixmny imi a
Is .inlftla, ia. sneIMN a aSiiM W saw
akoftv r-vauUo. Is w. vis. u4 k. ia lb. or,.
vat. eiww .1 mrjr saai. aaS Sjsui. UmifeMi ia. ur.
(too.. It laliwi enrrtkias ik. maJM M vk. wr.
Mn Mea ikat It mtk aaavlaSi mm asask skat It tm
,hnmm IB aar mmm vara.
Swat a aa ra. IfN. at an,l.,al Sir Plfr. rnu
aran br. H.U. fiiaaaaaarr, B. II B. I0aia
s. Laval, its,
Notice to tba SflletaS aaa Usfortuasts.
Baku, apolfla a la. soswiaas aaaafc. va. aMrlss a
kakn. aapar., ar aalaf aar um ria,4lM, prua Dr.
swiu' wi, aa sasuar vkas fvu ail, an u ar m. I
k la am kr aass a sa saaa iMrasi aMSlasI anA.
vr. aaw. ,,,.ia,a a.., laaa arsvaaa-vme
skis asaaey aa luiftS aa a ..i atf.
svaau. ar Wf Ball, aa (jaastaaaa Baauaaa la tu varia,
paw. aa awtor. Ba-'ajllana Blklk IMBIi. ,Ha
Waat aa OaaMus. St. YSu. iU.
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Cl,a day st linsn. Arenia atu.d. Outfit
QlZ and larms free. TUCK A CO., Augusta,
XT READY FOB AOBKTS-THB
saCB1BU AMI llXfSTKATKnT
A graphic pen-picturr of itahiatory, grand build
iuga, wonderful exhibits, rurioaitie, great days,
etc. Protuieiv illuatrated, thoroughly pcpular,
and very cheap. Is selling immensely, A,uiO
agents wanted. Send fur full particulars. This
la tbe elutnee of lOo years to Coin money fast.
et tbe onlv reliable hiatorv. HUBBARD
BBOTHBBS. PtBUSHkKa, 8U La Salle blrcet,
P 1 Il'PTs'lV rnit deceived by premature
UAt XIUll books ssautntng to bo"omulal,"
aad telling what will happen ia August and Sep
tember. vac week ia your own town. Terms and
.tnstYee. JI. HA LLJtT A CO.. Port-
r) C Extra Ftae Mimed Cards, with asm
a.0 lO eta.. poM-fMuO. L. JONES A CO.,
SIR in m a Week ta Ageius. Sasnplc
933 TO FREE. P. O. ViUtEKY. Au
tK 4 (OA Pr day at horse. Samples worth
0 TO tU ajfi-ee. SliNSON A CO.. Port
W H XSTVTi Mtn to el1 to Merchants . U0
W AlllfilJ month and traveling expense
paid. licuiManuf'gCo., St. LouU.Mo.
EXTRA F1SK CARDS, no two alike, with
aams. 10 CU. J. K. UARDEH. Maldea
ENCLOSE Stamp to Dr. Dodge, Planters
House, St. Louis, Mo. for Cardirc Articles as
I ublUUed ia Csirislian Times.
Three theuaaad. two hundred and fifty dollars
worth of newspaper sdvertisiag, at puWiahere'
schedule rates, given lor B.), ana a uires
Biontas' note aceented la paytuaat from adver-
lsers of responsibility. A pasted list, giving
Name, Character, Actual Daily sad Weekly Cir
culation, and Schedule rafcea of Advertising,
asat free to any address. Apply w cieurgs P.
Bowell Co, Newspaper Advesssskag Agents,
1 PasS Raw. M.Y.
itTn inra nAKPAiaN 0 1S7ST
Just the boek Sir the liuies. Gives a full history
ef tba National Capital and OovwssMail. Shows
li.iv Hi LuiruiKnt haa beam Buaaa-vU slaaa BM
orgsaiaatioa. Eiplalns bow i;bs aro nut
St sm ai uk sk kat as Hi a
Whtak, fraads and BelkaaB ateaaoal. Jt
uives a Iitst buwirr v. asas
. ill gives
ths Uvea of Ha
layes, Waeelar. Slkkam
art cA. Untn
This a-raal lii.n.iiA..i u i.i.
sirned to eemnemorate Us oas hnadredtk
ui Ajuenesn xoasnendenca.
?,?.Knrda--'y 2Et.n1 " Sovamber
lUtb. IN .a. AH th. n.iu. . ,
j ' ,, .v: - vi turn worm
and all tha states and terrttoriet of tba Un-
parucipBung ia this wonderful d.
monitraUoD. bringing together tha raost
mechanical Inventions, scleatlaa disoover
erias, manufaoturing achlsTsnaenU. miner
Si IHMilDia.. wA .. , , . .
ih! "round Oevatad to
the exhibition are situated on the Una of
the Pennsylvania Railroads ambraea 4M
acres of iijrmount Park, all hyiS:
proved and ornamented, on which ar
erected the largest buildings ever construc
ted five of these covering an urea ef fitty
acres and costing 5,000,000. The total
number of buildings erected for tbe pur
poses of tbe exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During the thlrts Cays Immediately
following the opening or tbe exhibition a
million and a quarter ol peepla vlsltad it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
the oxiat trum ini .
FAST MIL ROUTE OF THE U. 8.
Is tha mo, direct; oonvemrat aodsoorjotn
leal way of reachlna- Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition from all sections ef tha
country. Its trains too and from Philadel
phia will pass throuflh a grand Centsunial
dept, which tbe company has erected at
tbe main entrance to tba Exhibition
grounds for tbe accommodation of passen-
frrswbowi-htostopator start from the
umeruus large hotels contiguous to this
station ane the Exhibition a convenience
ot tne greatest value to viaitors, and .Hord
ed exclusively by the Penenylvrnia Kail
osd, which is tha only line running direct
o the Centennial bnlldlnc. Excursion
rains will a ho stop at tba Encampment of
ha Patrons of Husbandry, at Elm Station
on this road.
The rennsylvanla Railroad Is tbe grand
ct railway organization In the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New Tors, Baltimore, and Washington, ovar
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, st. Louis, Loulsvllle.cta
clnnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
its main line is laid wits double and third
tracks of beavy steel railupon a deep bad
of broken stona ballast, and its bridghs are
all of Iron or rtone. its passenger trains
are equipped with every known Improve
ment for comfort and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances thsn the
trains of any line on the continent. Tko
company na. largely increased its equip
ment for C'eiltennlal travel, and will be pre
pared to build In its own shops, at short
notice sufficient i faWy aooommodate any
any va demand. The unequalled re
sources at tha command of the company
of tbe company guarantee tba most perfect
acfcommoitations ror an us patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
Tbe magnincsnt scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is sa justly celebra
ted presents to tba traveler over Its perfect
roadway au ever-changing panorama ot
river mountain and landscspe views uae
qualed in America.
Tbe eating stations on this Una are un
surpassed. Meals will ba furntnbed at suit
able hours and ample time allowed lor en
niur,iun lu'acm, ar. reaucea rates, will
ba sold at all the prlncipul railroad ticket
effices In the West, Northwest and South
west. Be sure that your tickets read Tia tha
Ureat Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. I HANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr
(Jen. Manager. Gen. Pais'r Agt
Estate of Je-ae Glaapow, decetuod
The undei'sigiied, having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Jcr.e UJas
gow, late of tUe county of Alexjtnder atvl
State ot Illinois, deceased, hereby give no
tice that he will appear before the county
court of Alexander county, at tbe court
house In Cairo at tbe February term, on
the third Monday in February next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for tho purposeof having
the same adjusted. AU parsons Indebted
to said estalo are requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated.iiSid dav of December, A. D. li'O.
ELlAS M. ULABGOW.
Whereas, Joaeph McKenzlo and bis wife
did, on the l'Jtti day of August, lsia, exe
cute, acknowledge and deliver to me a cer
tain deed of trust, uow of record in tha
recorder's office of Alexander County, in
book V of tniet deeds at page 276, and also
did on tha 3rd day of October, 178, in like
manner t xecute, acknowledge and deliver
to ine another deed ot trust, now of record
in tbe recorder's office of sstd Alexander
County, in boot Cj ot trust deeds at page
279, both of which were given to secure tha
payment of a oartaln promissory note, exe
cuted by the said Joseph MrKeczie to Mary
J. AlcDenuld. And wheress, default baa
been made in the payment ot said promis
sory note, now, therefore, I give notice
that by virtue ot tbe power given me by
mid deed of trust, 1 will on the 1Mb. day of
January, 1B77, at the heur of It o'clock, a.
m., of said day, at the oottrt bouse door In
tho city of Cai'io, County of Alexander aud
State of Illinois, sell at public vendue, to
the highest bidder, lor cash, the following
described lots, situated In said city ot
Cairo, to witt Lota thirty-three (83),
thirty-four (Si), fifteen (Vi), aud sixteen
(111), In block fifty-three (M), being the
same, grsntcd, hprgained and told to ins in
trust, us alore.alil, by auid deed of trust
Tbe purchaser will be entitled to a Used
Immediately. Dated December IStb, 1870.
JAMES Y. CLEMSON, Trustee.
Samuel P, VTiixklek, .
w-ftt Attorney for Truateo
wbeveaa. n the Mhdav of July. A. D.. Mn.
Deary Alayo aud Catharine Mayo, his wire,
eiecuted and delivered te the undersigned for
the purpose of securing ths payment ot a certain
promiaory note therein ruentiuaed, a Truat Deed
to the tolluwiag described premises, to-wit: Tbe
nortb-weet quarter ot the south-east quarter and
tha south-west quarter ef the north-east quarter
and ths south half of the north-west quarter of
the north-east quarter, all lying and being In
section seven, tow u .hip sixteen, range two, wrwl
of the third principal meridian in Alexander
Conniy, lllUsoi; ana whereas, default has bees)
made In the payment ef aaid note. Now, there
fore ia pursuance of tbe authority eoiuerred by
said truat deed, I wilt sell the above described
premises at public vendue, to the bighust bidder
for cash iu band, at the court house door, in the
ally of Cairo ia said Aleaarder County, Illii-oia'
ca Monday, the Mb day of January, A. D. 177,
between the hours of ten o'clock am., and live
'clock n.ni., 01 said say, said sale to ba withonl
redumption' Thomas Ma.ar.ix
Marlg agea'e Stala.
Yfheross. Charles IX A tier and Eliza It.
Artsr, bis wife, by their cei tain sale mort
gage, executed and delivered to the under
signed, on the 20th day of Daocmber, A.
Is. 1873, did, for the purpose ot securing a
certain pronileory note therein mentioned,
mortgage to tho undersigned tba following
described prsmlses, to-wit t Lota Bum
bersd thirty (80) and thirty-one (311, is -block
numbered Sftv-oxo (CD. Iu tbe city
of Cairo, Illinois ; and whereas, default bas
been made in tha navmentof aaid Bote I
now. therefore, in pumuanceoi tbe aUkbot ,
uy eoaterrea nv sti sale mortgage, t van
sell tba above described preniia, at j ub-
llo vendue, to tha highest tuitder, ror cs:n
in band, at tba door of tha Court House,
in tho city or Cairo, Illinois, on tanirsay.
eoruary , a. v, irn, st tae nour a
aclock p.m. of said dsy, aaid sale ta ba
ALFRED K. SAVPORD. Moftgagte
6 rem Gtibert, Attornoys.
Januarys. 1677-d 30 d