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BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
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paid WtbiaTton Avenue,
Counlf aad ReilrOadWork HpeclaHv
OfFtc Uocr From 7:30 a.m. to U:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7totta.iu. Honoy
Order 8:00 .m. to 6:00 p.m. .
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Cairo A vlacennee
Cairo, Arkansa A
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ILLINOIS CE1TTRAL R. B.
THAU'S LBAVB CAIRO
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. 12 '..m... . " Sunday.
JAKES JOHNSON. Agnt.
r reight at...
ST. L0UISJR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
trrpr leave Cairo dally .2:On p. jo
Kxpree arrive at Cairo dally... U. m
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CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R R.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
J3T. IiOTJIS !
'Wo Have Come to Stay!"
f PUK train of thi company onaect at hi.
1 Lout and Kat Mt. Loot., with all other
iU.ee t' the Xorlb, l.eaet aud West.
Leave ( aire ...
Arrive atst Louis
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Leave East At. Louis It I', a id.
Arrlv at Cairo,...... ........ 5 Wp.ru
J. L. HINCKLEY, Oeerel Su.eriutetideut.
J. A. VVfcYl.. (jeueral I'asaeng.'r Agent.
W. U. MAtFAKUM), Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
tTTE SHORTEST KOt Tt To
Evanec-ille, Indianapolis. Cinoin
rati and Louisville,
aiNMNtJ TUUOLGH UY DAYLIGHT.
1 be Shortest and Quickest Una to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Uaeitig Clot? I'jnriettiou with tlie ' Katt
Mail" to tue East.
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f IA T. LOl-la AJI ml-TUBA4r(K5 BAILUOAO.
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VIA IXalASATu.! ANO V l.HCHXK! KAILUOAO.
ArrlTM tt Indianapoli 5::0 p. til.
via oaio a. a i.-niHi maiLaoAS
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at Louiavillr - e lo "
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Axnvea at Camiin. ...
Arrive at Cairo
V. A. KILLER,
Uco' Tata. As't
TY ji infuruiatiou relaliva in ratoa and Qua
aactioua, apply to L. is. t HI Ki ll,
Pa as. Aatnt.
31 Court Plain, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A reniarH 4wtl 4 l-fa!i r)tiiifM ',rkia and
i tk;oMfil. u tat frU'- will rrovr.
4r all forni of. PRIVATE.
irtMtori'lica anil Iin potency ,
fal l. ull of -Jf-alH. It t a o. Mtnl rv-rii:. tr,a.
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Mit ilw rtij r ttMiaMii, .iii.ibM a-ia tn ul .i naaaij
laJ by fBUtdov Xir tii)herv.
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IMVini a?e Evi
unrj rmu soid.cv
Onabic J lu line of duty, if
accident or otherwise. A
WOl'KO of any kind, tha
lou cf a t luarer or T, or
the lost of uU,l Kl. !
TIKK, if bat ilight, givaa
peniibn. PiMata of Lunga
or VarlcoMO Veloa live a
penkioa. UOVBf a" V.-li
iii. barged for waund.injuriaa
or rupiura, you jet full boua.
ty. -bend $ staoipt for
opy of Pen.ioa and Bounty
A. .. Ad d reve all letter !
U. S. Claim Arent, Indlaota.
ClU, lad. 0-Oa all letter
tunrlc f. O. Coa S4."M
P!ftQQ,''1 M ra1 "T 'very arent
MWSB every month iu tlie liumneB vra
fttralaa, but tho willintf to work can eaaily
win a doaea dollar a d ty riKlit In their own kt
-jilittaa. Hava no room to explain here, Bu.i
mm ulaaaaut aud honorable, Women, boy.
wl frl do aa well a mea. We will furuicb
you a onmplet outllt free. The buaincaa pay
Im4U than anything iIm, Wa will bear x
euenf ttartiaf you. Particular fre. Writ
and tan, faiiuera and mechanic, their
and daughter, aad all eUaaea ia need of ylog
work i home, inouid writ to aa a eara all
iboul tha work al eaoa. Now 1 tn tint
aaa'4lay, AMim TiUi Co,A.Ufsta,
S OU '
' ts oi
VTitrir.RtO.10S THE WITt'ATIOX.
Henry Watterson, ot tho Louitvllla
C'orir-JoMrna(', now reprfsentlna- Lli
district in centre?, write a stirring let
ter tu Lia paper upon tl political situa
tion. He declare that wliile notliing' hat
been done by tlie Democrats in congress
ia prcparatiou for the count
Injr ot tlie electoral vote on
tlie lith of February while the
uieiiitH-r.1 Lave been waiting for adylse
roeuL from their conhtituontt, wait
ing in vuin, and growing more irrciolute
every day the Uepubllean conspirator,
coniistlng of the President, Secretary
Chandler, Secretary Taft, Senator! Mor
ton and Shot man, and the General of the
Army, have constituted themseWes into
a close corporation, and propose "by a
bold, (li'Ilant and law ! policy, to bring
the ai.-uate to their licel and comiiel tlie
people to fiioose lwtwren tlietn and civil
Mr. Wattcrson believes that there is a
peaceful manner by which the purpose ol
the conspirators may be thwarted and
that the way is through "the right of
petition, which, adequately presented ard
urged, becomes a power." He declares
that "the Democrat, do not include civil
war in the lit of their resouree. Civil
'war 1 not a red-tape affair. It does
not come in the regulation way. Nor
'it it likely to happen t ver until all the
'peaceful method for the redress ot
'grievances have been exhausted. The
Democratic party plant ludf upon
the law and the (:icta. it declares
'that the Vote of no stale tl.ali be counted
without tha consent ot both houses or
'Congress. No ftate vote has ever been
or ought be. fynee the foundation of
the government to the- present time, in.
'eluding l he eidence furnished by tlie
'III pub'ican leaders themselves, all riu
'thority sustains this position. On
it the Democratic party plants it
' lr and means to stand uuti' it h drivtn
ofT at the point of the bayonet, it
'ia for our people to determine, there
iore, whether this shall be done. It they
'will ris in their might, and, exercising
the eacetul right of petition, will mem
'orializc the senate to do its duty, to do
'that which every Ilepublkati mnr
'ler of the senate is committed to,
'and will send a hundred thou.and
'petitioners to W ashington on the 11th
'of February to present the memorial in
'person, tliere will be no usurpation and
'no civil war. Tha coii.pirators will be
thwarted. Tliere will be republicans
'enough in the senate to defeat them, and
'we fchall hava the pretideutial result
'settled by well established constitutional
'methods. Otherwise those Republican
Senators who wish to Ho riifht, seeing
'that the country is going to submit, will
submit too, and we shall drift into a new
'era of popular discontent, the end of
'which no man can see."
To his own state Mr. Watterson ad
dresses himr-elf earnestly and particu
larly. The Democratic state convention
meets on the lth Inst., and he abjure it
to t ike ground firmly, not n.iily, tor the
joint right of the twa hmisea, fortified as
it U by all precedent, and liavirg
memorialized tlm senate, to provide for
the presence ol at leat ten thousand un
armed Kciitutkians in Washington on
tlie 14th of February. "So much," sayu
Mr. Watterson, "supplemented as it will
be by other states, will secure through
eiyil dgencies the peaceful settlement ot
the tuoet dangerous issue that ever
menaced the ciittence of a free govern
The lite, character, habits, etc., oi
Commodore Vanderbilt, the deceased
eighty-millionaire of New York city, are
subject occupying many columns
of tlie daily newspapers at present. He
was a peculiar man. lie was born on
Statcn Island, and began life as a deck
hand on his iath?r'a boat. He was mar
ried at nineteen years ot age. He lol
lowed "steamboatlng" in the employ
ment ot others until lie was thirty-live
years ft age, when, with a capital of
thirty-rive thousand dollars, lie began to
build vessels of his own, and at one lime
had thirty-eight running. Ho built sev
enteen ocean-going steamers for his own
use. In lie presented to the govern
ment the steamer Vaudeibilt, valued at
ei ht hundred thousand dollars. Iu 1857
he bought hi first railroad stock, aud
from that year began the acquisition of
one of the largest private fortunes in the
He hud thirteen children by his lirt
arriace. His wife died in IStiT and he
married in 13CS a lady forty-five years
younger than himself.
lie was plain in his habiu. but was
fond of horses aud cards, whUt being
his favorite game. He spent little money
in books. Runyun's "1'ilgrlm's
I'rogrcss" was his favorite. Ha
was uneducated, and his ehort
eat note d; -played grammatical and
orthographical errors. He never made
a speech in hi life and never voted but
twice. He was plain in dress but had a
particular loudness for whlto cravat.
He was addicted to prolaulty and never
made any attempt to correct the habit.
He believed lu the Dlble and the flivlniiiy
of Christ, nnd his favorite hyum was
"There is rest lor the weary." He never
talked of his business lu public, and
once declared tbat the secret ot his suc
cess wat tbat "he never told what he
was going to Uo until he had done it."
lie sometimes did business "on the
street," but always paid money for
everything ha bought, and never sold
anything bo did not posoc.s.
Ota.m; BtAllattla. BMlUlnf. Comet VwaXftkk Ittatt a&A
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1877.
Louisusa's two coventors were Inau
gurated In New Orleans on Monday.
Gov. Nicholls was sworn into office la
the Odd-Fellows' hall, In presence of five
thousand people, there being twenty-Are
thousand In and about the building.
Many ladles witnessed the inauguration
ceremonies. Packard was Inaugurated
In the state house lathe presence of a bat-,
tallion of office holders, police
men guarding the entrances and a band
of negro militia under arms being pres
ent. On Tuesday, Oor. Nicholls secured
possession of the supreme court ot the
state and all the police stations ot the
city. For a time the excitement was in
tense, and armed bodies ot men were
passing through the streets In all direc
tions. The crisis passed without the
firing of a gun, but peace is not yet as
sured, and an accidental shot may bring
on a riot any time.
bK.NATOK WiiiTi.vo, of Bureau county,
has Introduced into the general assembly
a bill to regulate the applications for ex
ecuuve clemency, it proposes to pro
vide tor the appointment ot a commis
sion to be kuown at the board of pardons,
and to consist of five members the gov
ernor, tba attorney-general, the presl
dent of the board of state commissioners
ot public charities and two others, one of
which is to be appointed by the gover
nor and the other by the supreme court.
The board is to meet once in three
months, and to hear evidence on applica
tions for par Ijns from the penal and re
formatory institutions of the stale, and to
be governed by the rules of equity iu
stead of technical law. it is to as
sist and not to deprive the governor in
his constitutional prerogatives.
The periodical resurrection of John
Wilkes Booth Is effected this time by a
correspondent writing from Green
county, reusylvania. This time Booth
is an old mau, affected with soltening of
the brain, who keeps constantly mutter
ing ".Sic semper tyrannus!"
Tuus Uackitt, a resident of Sedalia,
Missouri, has laid a fifty dollar wager
that he will eat thirty quails in thirty
consecutive days. Ilackett is described as
a man in perfect health, full of spirits
who doet not quail lefore his task.
President Gbant has appointed Levi
P. Luckey, his former private secretary
and the friend and co-worker ol Babcoek,
to be secretary ot Utah territory. Thus
Railroad fares from Chicago to the
east are going up, and it is supposed
will soon be at the figures they wsre be
fore the fall of last summer.
The Memphis Appeal wants to see
Ishani G. Harris elected to the United
States senate. The election takes place
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow (Shades, bo.
Always os ban J. LU uaUUaWJ ill aO.lba.tUlg
A ILIltOM A. 011M
Corner Eleventh Street and WaaMng
MaJe any day in V' ukiI C '.'.'. luet accoid'.g
o your n.tain. fclU, ' or U'O, iu Vi OCk PKI V
H.tGKS, ha. brought a .mall furtune to lh careful
nvc.tor. We lie vtaen nd how to OPKKA TE
.VKfcl.Y. J took with full information nut rn
Aui'.ret.griicre by Biail aad Iciegrajai U
BAXTER & CO.,
Banker and Iliokera 17 Wall St. N. Y
fllustrttd work f
jmg ft priraUsi couiawur
tu tti nAtUTlfed 4Um1 DaaVfW
Ijr Kvppy 11. uf mtu
rifLffeskb! SaB liial lliVatrata"
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Mir now oi iruiluctiufB i kow to
h tmijr h&ppy
mwriu rrLaVlMXA, isiau SVMd iiati-i
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suuutf ud uaua; ajwi uisa rtu aiia piwrtisjisj
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ut t on mv lu pvttnrr tha hrftlllt, tviMl -aiiplesM, tvad
fivto ftul'-ii i'dwati the Uh arm w uuaU i tha bd viai
i'lily tnatt Mai-nsHt;! Giuti iu lb vor.d lrir Asms
bar Usui. Tha tumor
may ba cMultssl pertOtiaJlT r kar
tv.l uo try ofiseaibi-r anciitivtti in hia tt.-Atbmm
A BOOK FORJHE MlLLIOlt
SAI,.,jImmI arrim. CmmimkiH
Him uwfewli the da ef riyeMaaWa, faaraaj
U.. oompmllMU. Aa. . . .
Ttiu it aa i.wtMtiM r r taM aa riMy
n.gM, wit aiuaareai cBfi.latt. as twot.ia. valuable
.fa.ra.uoa tot vbe ar. bmitM Mbi.el.i. atar.
nun; iui likt twl u..t v.i la k kpt auaer Wo
aa4 a.4 w bl. c.rrl-a.17 aMot ia. houa.
It .jataiaa ia. aipfwuu aa aSrte. af a ahvaWlaa
a-i in r-pwUula. t. tri4 wi.. aa ..oal a. Ul Um ir
..Merawaraf mjMliiM foetal. UvMujaaal U. aatliv
$htbm. it era ntfittillMW .aart mt UM .bn
.ut. wa ia.. to van ia.wiaa. aiac laat is aa
ia aa .Uiar vara.
Scaiiaavrua.m.a( mmutHI aw Firir Caau.
AillrM. ur. fe.u' Uupwaar;, . tl M.aiiit euee
St. Iaii, Ma
Nstles to tht Afnlctoa aas Uafartonsto.
ftm apflflai t ta. aaartaa. aearli aka aA.i '4m hi
aubirf ..par., r atlaf aay qua:. rn4.M. B.raM ba
kulu a-rk. a auuat ahat aai Sam I eaaav 4luh
at . r f .waalUiia.
Dr. kau. mil, a al. San, af MV-m naan
U uiam. f ana. al ia. aea a.',araa awcMai protm
tan t tai. aMalrf aa .itee. aa aaa a. mm.!k1 pm
eseaUr er f at.ll, aa Hliiiim a w la kw u
Dl. aa .rk.ra. . Hank Htife ajaat, MvW
Vatiet .a. . karaab SklPta. ate.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO IaVt
City Vatiaaal Baak BuIUILbs;, ap-stairs.
The Oldeat EaUbUahad Asrenoy In ataattj
ern I'.llnola, rapraaanUucr evtr
165 OOO 000
Jeneral Insurance Agt.
St. Louia Fire In-urance Co.,
Gerraan ef Freeport, Illinois,
Assetts, sHOO.OOO 00.
Gcrmania Life of New York.
I respectfully solicit a share of public
fB.ee La ta Alexaassr Ctmaty Baak.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on
able terms by
the most favor
GK.VERAL iNSt'KANCa AOt.tT.
bat Honairl aad Iloneat
pan lea Kepreeeutetl.
jt'ICii-Iii the Alexander Coutily Baak,
1-1 U C'AIKO, ILLINOIS.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
PEYTONA C ANN EL
Order for Coal by the oar-load
t.on, or io hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly attended to.
BeT'To large consumers and all
aianui'acturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
C&IBO CITT VOAX COXfaWT.
tCf-Hatllday Bro.'s offlca, No. 70 OhloLevea.
jVllul ridar Bro wharf boat .
CfAl Kgyptian Mill, or
tt-AI Ui Ual Duiliii, footefTtturr-algbUl
El-Poet Offlc Drawer, KM.
ototaineil ia the Ceiled
Stale, Canada, and Ku
rope i terms a low a
'tnoaeofaoy other relia
ble hnu.e. Correation
dence invted in theAnav
liab and foreign
aunuaire., witn tnventora. At
torney at Law, and other tiollciltors, ectall
w th thoae who have bail their c-ae rejerUMl in
thehaiid ol other attorney, in rejetwl caoee
our fee are reasonable, aad no rbarire ia made
unless w e are atiutslUl.
T t If you want put
e will make aa
examination at the palrnt offlce, nd U we think
it paUnUble, will aeud you paper and advice,
nu jui casv, vur io will oe la ur
Ilf Oral or written in matter
jrett , E x Commissioner f Paten U,
Olevelaad, Ohio tO. II Kelley, Faq., e'v
National tirang. l.ulsville, Ky . Com mo lor
lau'l Ammeu, U. H. N., Waaklugviin. I. 0.
gr-.-enu t.taoi for our t.al.le for obtaiu-
ium rairnta," a ddob ot w pages.
tut Paten U.'
Addree : to Ml a Mnzerar at: Ca.
tor. of Paten It, Wsshingion, I). C.
. ..-I j . .. t m j
Nebraska Ahead !
Tb It. V M. Railroad I'o'sLuntls! Tho best
Agricultural aud titock Cojutry
ia America 1
000D X.AHDS IV A QOOB CUKATX
Low prices. Long Credit. Low Fares
and Freight. Premium tor Improvement,
rree Pass t Land Buyer. JJT Far full
particulars, apply to U. A M. K. K. C.,
mi mm io m tub
Room and Board, lat and
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Beam and Board. 84 Floor $8 .00 Par Day
twaalai EaUs w Waak mr Mattth.
A litultel number of very deilrabl taraily
roum can be eecured at raaaoaable rate tor tue
'tb Ht. CbaikM i tbe largest aad beat aopolat
ed Houae la Soiitara llliaoie, and 1 tbe leadiaa
haul in Cairo. Kotwitbitendlng tba "Bed
Keck" reduction In price , tbe table will, aa
uaual, be litjerally aapplied with the very beat
wi f.wriuiuji uiai cu urn iuuuu in mariei.
f In larfr sample raomi for ooramereial tray
aler. on arroond floor, free of oharr
CP A 11 baggare of guenu conveyed to aad lrom
uic u.Ki wiiaoui eaarge.
Wi. R. EfiREW,
WXOLBIALB AKS aUTAII..
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vary Claae.
Oarnar 19ta St. ana Oaaaaaarot It ,
C. 0. PATTER ft CO.
STRATTOW ft BIRD,
AOKVT8 AJffJBJOAK rOWSI
57 Ohio Xectw-ee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer fa
X: 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPK( .AX attantloi given tooocjlgmacxiU and
CHARTERED MARCH 81. lift
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CALBO
A. B. RAFFOHD, Pre. Merit.
. 8. TATLOB, VicePreaident.
W. BTaLOP, flee' rand Treaaurrr.
r. at. Stock ruBTB,
it. U. CcavueitAM ,
h. l. mauuut,
INTEREST paid oa depoeiu at tb rat ef ix
percent, peranaum, March lat aad aeptem
Mr lat . Intereat not withdrawn ut added linme
llately to tb principal of tb deposit, thereby
living them compound Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every busiaessday from 9a.m. to 8 p.m.
a. Buturtay evening fur saving depoaita only
rom 6 to k o'clock.
W. HTSXOP. Treaaarer.
Netf. Vic l'rea't.
H. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. Eertb, At.t. asb'r
mm rnn m
Corner Cemmerclal Ay, and at 8tTt
K. Hross, Cairo. Wa, Kluge, Cairo.
1'. Niil. Cairo. Wm. Wulta, Cairo.
A . Si.aanka, Cairo. K U Billingsley , 4. Louia
K. ftutlrr, Cairo. if. Wells, Cairo.
P. 11. Brlnkman. nt. Uai,
J. Y. Clemtoo, Caledonia.
A Uaaeial Basiklsiv Baalateaa !.
f- E srhange sold and bought Int. treat paid
B the Saving Departnittat. Collection made,
ad all business promptly attended I.
City National Bank
W. P HaU IDAY, Preelderit.
MKNUY L. If ALLIUAY, VicePT!
A . II . rlArPORU. C'Ahl.S
WA i' U UYSUP. A lCahiw.
. btaat Tatior, S If. Cp vvaswaTA-ar, ''
H L. Haluoav, W. I. UAUunay.
U. 1. Wuxiabsoh. avraraiM Boa),
A . K. Sarroau.
Ezohance, Corn and Unitd artarte
Bonds Bought snd Sld.
DKPOSrrs race! red ad a geaer al baalraf
Hew , 00 WM'H
Io aood Arou7 aetr book
BLXTH8TREgT. Between OHIO
AaKVJbS AUD COBOtmCIAI
aaaatUkvotaraahU ewrm Bora Mho) and.
aas avaaura vwt work.
PATROBJAOE SOLIOI TED
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Betau Dealers In
WUVEM OF A1X
No. 60 Ohio Levae,
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The Little Bock
and Tort Smith
Farming Inda. (icaiing Lands, 1'ruil Leads. Vine
Laud., Coal Laad. Wood Lands, ion, Praiile
I .and., Bettoa lnas, and Vpiaads, oa term
to ault tha pvurcJukaer. l e,Iij!"
ai oa deferred puyBeets. Tan par Cnt Cis-
. t - . . k v . r hill uiii, ntia. aaAM aoa
luiuphelia, aVpW to D- BI.AOK.. La4
Commisataner LitUeaWca. Ajain.sa.
It sell raster than anv other hook ever IMihHsb
ed. Oue agent sold eppte in ou aav- l hi
i. the only authentic anu roiup ' "
liHhed. Send lr our extra term M . ta
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NU 5 liCBal-. studeata want!. Halary paid
while practking. hintsjitoo raraished. Ad
driiaN W, I TttEliUAPkl J.STi i'l'TK, Jane
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KO WE'LL A tX., Hew
v...b r.., Han. ii h let af low IMtre. utalntag
liataef newapeper. aud ealiwate abowing
coat f advertising.
Talk Wrktwf -rlaa -W are vw
prepared te furatah all eleaaea with caaalaat ens
aloymeal at hoave. ta whale ut the tune, ar for
ihcireparemomenU. Businea new, light and
profitable. Peraeo af either sei eerily (era
irom frucenU te $j per eveatag. and a preper
....l ana. k .lavntina Ikeir ahnla time tela
botiae, BoyeartfglrlaearB nearly a aiach
Thai all who see this eettee naav aead
their addrea, and lest tba busts w Baak this
nuaealtalad agar : Ta icli as ar net wall satia
lulei a ill aead one dollar ia nay fa th
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worth ever) dollars to c-mmeee work a a.
aad a copy af Home and rlreaha. aaa f um
largeel aad t illustrated pabUretUaa, all seal
rrse ay aaaii . suawter, nvott yi euaaaei.
profiutM won, tiaoaaa I natea Ca. fert
TklS Tat lltUraatJaaAl Cakibitana Sm.
signed ta MtuMatrsU Ut M Aortnci
uaivaraar or ABarlaan IadSpaadenea.
?Pn,,(l.' IO"". and will aloM lWsaba?
ae Bsuoas i U warla
and all Ut states and territories af th Ua
loa are partlalpaUnf 1st UtU wajsularfol d
momtraHon. bringing tacetber th
comprehensive eolleeUaa at art treajuras,
mechanical invention. Miaauaa niaanvar.
etiea, tnanufacturlaf chlTSBat, ntlnar
al peclmB. and aniauiraral nraalueta
eaer extaibftaw. The grauaaa drtad ta
tbacxbiblUon ar situated the lia ax
renf7,7,, Hallroad aad esabra 4M
m wi a- wnaaui r ark, ail aigfcly (sa-
vraaBiantaea, a whlca arc
rectod th largest building, arer aoaitrao
Ud 8v of the eoTaruag an an at fit
wawig BO,UUV,UUV. Ill lOUl
number of balldings erteted far th nur
pos of tb axbibitioa Is aaa.. two hun
dred. During the thirts days lsaniedlatalr
fnUowtng th opening of Ut exhibition a
tuiUiou aad a quarter ot peepla Tiatted U.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
tux ghat iBtnrr ltjti
FAST MIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the mot. direct; aonrnlaat and teonom
leal wa of reaching Philadelphia and this
great Kxhihltlon from all Mations af Ut
country. Iu train too aad from Philadel
phia will pass throutrh a grand Ccaunatal
depot, which the company ha erected at
the main entrance to the inhibition
grounds for the accommodaUoa of p
ten who wi.h to stop at or at art frem th
butnerout lare hotel contiguous ta thia
station aao tba Exhibition convenience
ot the greateit valu to visitors, snd afford-
ea xciusiTeiy by tho Fennsylvnila Kail
oad, which 1 th only line rtianing direat
o the Centennial bulWilnir. Excuraian
rain will a Iso stop at the Encampment of
he Patrons of Ilnsbandnr. at Kim Btatien
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad! th rraad
est railway ergaoisaUon fn the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway.
forming cenUnuou liaes ta rhlldihla.
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
whlch luxurious day aad night ear are
run from Chicago, at. Louis, LouisytJ, Cin
cinnati. Indianapolis, celumbua, Toledo,
Clavehvnd and Erie without change.
its main line is laid wit double and third
tracks af heavy steel raU;upoa a deep bed
oi oroaen stone oauast, ana it nnagna ar
all ef Iran or stone, its naaeeno-er train
are equipped with every in own Improve
ment tar comion ana aiety, anaar run m
faster speed for greater dlstaace then tha
trains of any line on tha continent. Tba
company aa largely increased iu equip
ment for CecKennial travel, and will be pre
pared to build fa It awn shop, at abort
otic sufficient to fully aaaoawtaodata any
any extra demand. Tb unequalled re
source) at ine onmnuna oi IB company
ol the company guarantee tba atoat perfect
accommodations for all its patrons daring
the Centeunlal Exhibition.
Tha Btagnmcent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad la so instlY celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its perfect
roadway an ever-chanrtn panorama ol
river mountain and Laaasaape Ylews uaa
qu4d In America.
The eating station on this Itaa ar an
surpassed. Meal will be furaiahed at suit
able hour and ample ume allowed lor en-
xcursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlnclpul railroad ticket
offices In the West, lS'orthweet and BouUt
weat. Be rare that your tleketa read via tha
Ureat Pennsylvania rout to tba CenUa
nlL v u . w ennu.nv r aa bavt. t
Uen. Manager. Un. Pasa'r Agt
Estate of Jene Ulasgow. deceaaeo
Tbe uudenigned, having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Je.ae Ols.
gow, fate of the county of Alexander and
.State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give no
tice that be will appear before the county
court of Alexander county, at th court
house in Cairo at the February term, oa
the third Monday in February next, at
which time all persons staving claims
against said estau are notified and re-
auested to attend for the purpoe of baring
ic same adjusted. All parsons Indebted
to said state are requested ta make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
DaMd,7trd dv of December. A. D. lsTS.
ELiaa M. Glasgow.
12-28-w6t .. Administrator.
Wierea. Joienh M cKenzle and his wife
did, on the tilth day ot August, 1873, exe
cute, acknowledge and deliver to me a cer
tain deed of trust, now .of record in tba
recorder' offlce of Alexander County, in
boek if of trust deads at page t70taad ala
UiVA va ubv u uay v. otuiuw , ac.e, ut i.av
manner I xecute, acknowledge and deliver
l me anouer aeeo oi srust, now oi racora
ta the racardcr's office of said Alexander
County, ia book 4 ot trust deeds at page
XT, both at waiab were grvea to eur tit
pay me at of a certain promiwory not, exe
cuted by tbe aaid Jawph McKenxl to Mary
J. McDonald. And wlMuwaa. .default has
been mad In tb payment ot said promt.
that by virtue ot th power given me by
said deed of trutt, 1 will oa the loth day . f
January, I8T7, at tb hour of 11 o'clock, a.
ta., of caid dav, at the ex urt house door in
th any of Cairo, County of Alexander and
Mat of Illinois, tall at public yendu. to
the highest bidder, for eaah, the following
described lots, situated la aaid city ot
Cairo, to win Lot thlrty-inr (ss),
thirty-four (ot), filUen (1M, and sixteen
(16), la block fifty-three (53), being tbe
same, granteu, naigaineu ana wsm w me tu
trust, as afore.aid.bg said deed of trust
The mtrchaser will be entitled to a deed
unmediateiv. uatea iniit
.. . a . a B-v t - iu,k 1 alai
JAMt-S 1. CLMJU, trust".
8AMVKL P. WBKLB,
wt Attorney for Trute
WBnae,atiatbABVOf July, A. I., Is70,
Ileary Maya and Catharine Mayo, kla win,,
eieculrd aud dalirered to tbe undersigned lot
the purpoae of securing the payment of a neruun
Sromisary note thereia aaeuuoaad, a 1 rust Iesd
i the lolfowlag described preutiaea. lo-wil: the
aerta-weel quarter ol theauuth east qoartaraad
th eouih-west qturter of the aertb-eaal quarter
aad the south hair of the aorta -weal uartar ef
tb north-east quarter, all lying and being la
section seven, towa.hlp lta, rug two, wee
ef tbe third principal sarridiaa ia AhuaSL'ar
tountr, Illinois sua wbertsv, default ha keea
made la the peyuaentef laid aot. Kow, there
for ia pursuance of tbe authority eonlVirred by
aaid trust deed. Jjr'U sell th above described
Ir.ll sell th
premise at puoiic .etHiue, eo anwirimi wiauar
ir oaab ia tuand. al Uic court house dour, la the
aitv of Cairo ta aaid AW.ender County, Uliseia
cb Monday, the ath day ol January. A. D. 177,
between tbe hour of ten o'clock am., and Sv
o'clock p.m., of .aid day , said ken to be witboal
redrmplie' laoMA sabtaib
Whirtii. Charles U. ArUr and KUxa M.
Artsr, his wile, by tblr eettaia sale mort
gage, executed aad dllvrd to th uadar
signed, oa the Suth day ot lambr, A.
0. is ,3, aia, lor we purpoe i vi.una a
certain promisory note therein mentioned,
mortgage t th undarignd th I oUowlag
oaacrtueu lueuaiaea, wwui mh aua
bared thirty () and thirty-cae (31), ta
hrsek auabrd tfty- Ol), ia th day
of Cairo. tUsevols ; aad wberea. default haw
been mad la tha payment of said mow ;
now, taarslor. tn partiaaerta aotaar-
tty aoalerted by aata ai mortgage, a aui
BCU th abOV uevrio rraasuure, yw-
He veadue, to u aigast oiaocr. tor
taband, al tb dear of th Curt ,
la tbe aty of Call. lUtaois. ea iaturday.
Pehruary I, A. P.llR; at th katkral I
"elcVh p m. af sala day, said sal U a
ALPBBU IL SAFrOlMortfafe
6ra at Cllbert, Attorneys.