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"rvWM1.ry in. mill in tlit lniKiiittH. ws
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a iloi n ilo'ilara a tuy rik'ht iu their own l
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VI, . ...
The Electoral Canva93 Rumors
that Ferry will Resign.
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A. 11 I "I I W IHII. II. .Tlff"II!, v am-
cion, ol Vi-Aconiti, and ( hristiancy,
mi nilier- nf the enato South ar-tliim
Milj-coiniiiit to, returued hete to-day.
'l'h third tninibir, Mr. .Merrimon,
ltuied OVtTat hii hulllH in Iklkila;!!. und
will not reaeli V u-hiny tun nntil Thurs
day next. A larc innoiint of tetitnony
Mrjia taken by the e'lmniiit'f during Its
tin-mice, tin; Hamburjf uml Oeiton
riotn itein tlio prin cipat aubjeet of In
vetii;it!liiri. Sonutor ( aiiicron stated
this evening' that there would be diseii
fcioti In tin' eouiiuitlee a to the question
ol intimidation, Mr. Mcrrimoti. Iit iiio
l I.AIMtMi THAT IM IMIIU I ION.
Of which botli aiden eoneedc I here wait a
rreat deal, watt mainly upon the part tf
Ki'l'tiMii-aii nejjroe toward letiioerati ol
tlieir own race. Mr. t'umtron al-o ay
that lil-t roiniiiittee toimil, upon goitiy to
!utith atolina, that Mr. Sayhr'c liou.se
eoinmittee pratieally conceded the elec
tion ol Have- electors in that state, and
they di l tmt. therefore, extend their in
vcstixntioiM with ecial reiert'ticc to tlii.i
point. They dirveled lh ir uttenlion to
riots in Kdeilcld and other disorderly
nccUoiii, iiiott xv 1 1 U'h di-durbance-i cyi
di ii"-e of a very clahoiate ehararter, and
reprefi'iititii both Miles, lias been re
ceived. Mr. Cameron cay it was -down
that about lO.f.xi) nerno In South faro
lma v ih.u k hami iimn,
and about S,(HJJ lor Tildun. It waa
"trotijfly endeavored by the Kepublirana
upon the c.iiniiiittc-e to thuw that these
votes were mainly cat through th in
Huene'! of rifle club and other alleged
ai-cret orirahi.alioiii in tlie interett
ol the I i-ruorat. In this, however,
they et id to not Iiavo fully succeeded,
from the fUtement of the chairman.
While eptukinir iretly upon the ub
ject In tft-neral, he did not
thow a di-position to divcuss
at length the result of the investigation
iu this particular. While the sub-coiu-niittvc
were fittitig at Columbia the ttti
inony of tien. Hampton, ex-iov. Cham
berlain, and Col. Haskell and ex-Con-ereni.iian
Klliot, chairman, re-spvetively
of the Democratic and LU-publican state
exer-ntive commit!.!, wa aecured.
The tcatlinony of Gen. M. C. Uutler waa
also taken by the committee elsewhere.
Mr. Cameron .iys the evidence of th
Hepubiicana and l)ciuocrata is diametri
cally opposite in its drift, and any que
tiom pendiny; upon it would be reduced
lo a mere question of veracity between
them. He wa
MICH I LkA-aW WITH UOV. IIIMIION'i AP
Hut sayt the real leader of the Demo
cratic party in South Carolina, it np
peum, is Gen. Duller, and not Gov.
Hampton, lieu. M. A. Gray, who he
ays is idiown to be a much more violent
and lnilueutial man anion"; supposed ac
cret ornni.ations, who was subp'Piiacd
by the committee, but dodged the auni
tnons and failed to put in au apiearance.
The report of tin; comtuittefc will not I e
prepared for several dsya yet. The
chairman says no formal consultation
wiil take place until a larjie amount of
t. stimwny shall have been printed. The
majority report will severely criticise
South Carolina I h mocraU. Outside of the
question of intimidation, he thinks there
will be no minority report.
Hie. l.lcclurnl ( HUtn.a.
l.rMor.s that rt kry wn i. rkwion.
Washimito.n, Jan. II. It has been
repeatedly ftiited that Senator Terry
will resign his position as president pro
tempore of the aenate before the llrst of
February. Mr. Terry, iu conversation
this cvtniin;, denied that be had ever
made any statement to (hat etl'ect, and
said he had not yet given the mat
ter much attention. He ad
mitted, however, that he would, ia all
probability, reim before the 4th of
March next, in order that some hold
over senator might be chosen for the po.
sition. There is a belief current anion;
Democratic senators that Mr. Ttrry will
not defer his resignation much longer,
but that it will be tendered at an early
day, in order that a successor may bo
chosen, l.'epublican senators, when up-
proaehed en the subject, deny any know I
edge of Terry's intentions, or whether
thero is a settled plan to mako a change
In the presiding oIlK'er of the senate.
Senator JSeck has received a letter
frin a promiuent Kentucky politician,
saying that the Democratic central state
committee has resolved to respond to
Henry Watterson' call, and scud hero
10,000 unarm rl Democrats, to bo oies-
ont at tho counting of the electoral vote
lU AINfc'H VH WSOr THa CltlSIS.
A letter has been received iu this city
lroui .Senator Hlaine, which will set at
rest all the stories alloat respecting the
attitude ho will take In the pending pres
idential contest, la it he denies euiphat
hally that he has ever said or done any
thing hlch would warrant any
body in forming any Judgment
as to what he will do. He declares
Otti, Bulletin Stall
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1877.
that he will observe the etiquette which
always governs the conduct of new sena
tors, and that he will not speak on the
subject at all. He also states, in the
kriiic letter, that he lias not seen any
thing to change his first impression that
Hayes and Wheeler were fairly elected,
and that being the case, why should any
compromise be made f Humors that have
been spread that Blaine would take
part with the Conservatives have not
gained much credence with those who
know him here, the prevailing opinion
being that he will be found voting
with Morton every time.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
I From our regular (,'orri ion(lent.
Wasiiimiton, Jan. 13, 1ST".
I doubt if we can with propriety be
called a serious and reflecting people.
Trench levity, rather than Anglo-axon
thoughtfulness, seems to be our bent
Hut yesterday we were absorbed in the
oscillating chainf of the
ItlVAl. l-ltK-IOKNIlAL CAMilIlAI I S,
And speculating upon the grave and far
reaching possibilities of results. To-day,
men and women, on the streets and in
draw iug-rooms, are excited about a per
sonal allair, which concerns only the par
tics engaged, the criminal courts, and the
penitentiary, a street light, and a duel be
tween two swell snobs. Iu Washington
we have a satiety of sensations.
Ih inocrntlc mass meetings, with their
frantic oratory ; scind ilous disclosures
in the workings of the police board ;
grave charges of conspiracy hinted
nginit the secretary of the navy.; the
advent of the gigantic Kus.-inn (irand
Duke and the olllcers of the Itusaian
uary ir.ructirc Kpublican grand
torch-light proeesiloii,HUii a 1- rench mas
querade ball. This whirl of thing Is
calculated to make a nun, who aighs for
a lodge' in some vast wilderness, dis
gusted. Those who will not be diverted
from politics are looking (but without the
wildet hope) to the joint committee of
the house and -enstc appointed to agree
upon a plan for
lOIMIMi lUfc Kl.lXIORAL VOTE.
Trqueut rumors of a possible agree
ment are in the uir, but the imores.ion
among the better Informed is that there
is liltle probability of the suggestion of
any plan to which both the house and
the senate w ill accede. Neither party
ha) a' majority in the joint committee,
and since no agreement is possible with
out concession or defection, and
since concession or defection iu either
party would be equivalent to a yielding,
to the extent of its Influence, the entire
question, it may be considered pretty
certain that there w 111 be no method pro
posed that will meet the concurrence of
both the senate and the house. Just
now a number of senators and fume
members are absent at their respective
state capitals, looking after their chances
lor election or re-electiou to the senate.
Marked changes In the personnel of the
upper house will take place after the Ith
of March. There will be
From Texas, Arkansas, Alabama, Mis
Mssippi, Kentucky and. probably, from
Massachusetts, Illinois, New Jersey,
Georgia, and West Virginia. Whether
any of the senators elect from Louisiana
South Carolina and Mississippi, will be
allowed to take their seats is very ques
Uoaalle. The Republican senators elect
from the two lormer states will most
probably be denied a seat in the senate
upon the same grounds that defeated
l'iin hback's claim; and, itl said, that
Mr. Lamar will be opposed by the pow
erful influence of Senator Morton, on
grounds of intimidation of Republican
voters In Mississippi. The impression
among their friends is, that Mr. Faulk
ner will succeed Seuator Davis from
West Virginia, and that Senators Bout
well and Logan w ill be re-elected in Mas
sachusetts and Illinois. The
1KXAS I'AlUTC HAlT.ROAD
Lobby has taken advantage of the con
fusion ol presidential politics, and Is
working night und day to secure an ap
propriation. The two rival lobbies that
wire cutting each others' throats last
year, have combined their influence and
interests, and added various lines or
rather branches to the orlginul plan,
which branches tax and penetrate con
gressional distih t in a most seductive
way lor votes. Without great watchful
ness and prayer for our frail representa
tives we may hear neon of the biggest
job that has been put up since the days
of Credit Mobelier. A bill for the con
structiou for this road will be reported
in a few days. It provides '.for a union
line from Tort Worth to the present
Western terminus of the Texas and Tu-
cillc road, via Kl Taso, to San Diego,
al. I ho government is to guarantee
the interest on tho live per cent, fifty
year gold bonds of the main lines from
Forts Worth and Yuma, a distance of
Trovided for in the bill aro : First, are
from Shreveport or Marshall to New Or
leans ; second, are from Jefferson, Tcxast
to Memphis, Tennessee; third, a branch
from Shreveport, La., to Vlcksburg,
Miss.: fourth, one from Venetia. Indian
Territory, to Intersect th Texas Tucilie
at some point east ol Hud meridian. The
government is expected to ffarantce the
interest upon the bonds of the compa
nies concluding me main tine at a rate
not to exceed 4a,(X0 per mile, and uoou
the branches at $JU,U(K) per mile, but
nonus oniy 10 me amount i the actual
cost of construction are to be issued, so,
ii tne roan can m ouiu lor letta than cue
above amounts per wile, bonds only to
tue required atuouut writ tie urawn.
P1 IT Yi
AlrMT. Oona. Twalftlx Btrent md
3 ATFOKTv MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Baak Building, np-sUirs.
?h 01!atKatabliht.t Krt noy in HouttJ
ru Illinois, reproaoutluir ovxr
185 000 000
THOS. J. KERTH,
general Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Firo Insurance Co.,
German of Froeport, Tiui
Germania Life of Now York,
AflBOtts, $7,000,000 00.
I respectfully solicit a share of public
Offlse in tie Alexander County Bank.
fire: and lifp:
Policies are issued on
able terms by
the most favor-
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Of.xerai. IsscrtAXCE Aokxt.
None bnt Nonml anil llmirat "oni
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Orders for Coal by the car-load
on. or in hoesheads. for ehioment
promptly attended to.
UaTTo large consumers and all
nanufacturers, we are prepared
:o supply any quantity, by the
sonth or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CITY UOAL COMPAMY.
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Ltllairiiluy 11 ro a whartboul.
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4'eituil in payment from ailverii. era of reason
liilllv. A iii'inteil lint, civiui; iniuu.rliaracicr.
3tual iluily and weekly i in uUtiiu and aehetliile
4ta of ailrertiaiiiK, ept trie to uuy adilre.a.
Vpply to Ueo. 1'. JUiwell A Co., New simper
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li.h and forettrn aiiriui(rea. witn lavontors, At
torneys al laiw, and other Koliciitora, rspeciull
w th those who have had their ca;a rejwled ia
the hand, ol other attorney. In rejeutud caaea
our lees urv reuonuhle, and no charge 1. made
uulca. we are auccesslul.
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ay our invention.
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it patentable, will aeud you paprs and advice,
und prosecute your vaac. Our luv a'ill be iu or
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Aourvas : stuia afawav' as vt
torsorPate.au, Wssnlngton, P. C
ivs mm to Kit nt tikes
Rcom and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Roam and Board. 3d Floor f 3 .00 Fer Day
Spell Rate by Wtk or Month.
limited ntimlier of very tltwlralilp family
roi nis nan 1 sacuretl at ruasonaMe rates lor the
1 he ct. 4.hnrls ia the lanrest and lieat appolnt
eil House in Southern Illinois, anil in Hie liadina
hotel in Cairo. Nolnttli.tanilinfr the "lied
Hm-k" reduction In vrli-es, the tnlilo will, aa
usual, lie liberally aupiivd with the very beat
of everythinic that ran lie fotinil in market.
l ine 1ik-' sample rmnit for ooiiiuitTrlal trav
eler., mi around Door, Irweof ehartre.
ty"All liairiraireoi tfiiests onnveyed toandlrnm
the hati'l without i lmrs-e
k. n. t:rsy,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
19th St. and Commercial i.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQKNT3 AMERICAN POWSF
57 Ohio Iafivee.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
He. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
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IS A. HIS.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFOItD. President.
i. S. TAYLOK. Vice ITeaident.
W. UVaLoP. eec'randlTeaaurer.
. Rauclat, Cuas. Galioubb,
SKickFLETU, Fall G. bcufu,
Comi.nuuam. H. L. Hallipat,
J. M. FuiLLirs.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rate e six
prrcent. per annum, Murr.Ii lat and ttapteni
jer 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added linuie
liately to Urn principal of the depoaits, Uiervby
liviiiK them coiuixiuud interest
Harried Worn en and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every buainessday from fla m . to 3 p.m
aJ HuUinl.y evuniugs for saving- depoaita only
rum tf to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Tresvearer.
Nell', Vice Pre.'!.
H. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. kartli, Asst. anh'r
Con.er Commercial Ava. and Bt Street
Itroas, Cairo. Wm. Klti)fe, Cairo.
Ned', Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
. Susanka, Cairo. H I.. Hillinjrslry , t. Ixiuis.
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This rreat International Exhibition, de
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anniversary of American fadtpendenoe,
opened May loth, and will oloea Norember
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mechanical Inventions, tcleatlac dlsoorer
eries, manufacturiiig schlevemtnts, miner
si specimens, and arricultural prodaets
erer exhibited. The grounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the Hoe of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 460
wi rairuioum 1 an, ail BlfOIJ IB
proved and ornamented, on which art
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ted live of Iheae covering an area of Slty
acres and costing t5.000.WiO. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
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following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quatter of people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THI OBKAT TKUKK LIU
FAST MIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the mos, direct: convenient and econom
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groat Kxhibition Irom all seetions of the
country. Its trains too and Irom Philadel
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depot, which the company bat erected at
the main entrance to tbe Exhibition
ground for the accommodation of naseen-
gers who wl h to stop at or start from tbe
humcrous large hotels contiguous to Uale
station anc the txliiliition a convenience
of the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the l'cnnsylvruia liaJI
ond, which ia the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Kxcursion
rains will also stop at the Kncampmentof
he Patron, of Husbandry, at Kim Station
on this roud.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the grand
eat railway organization in tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous Hues to Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, nt. Louis, LouisYille.Cin
rinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Kile withous change.
its main line Is laid wlte double aud third
tracks of heavy steel rails'.upon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, aud iu brldghe are
all of iron or stone, its passenger trains
arc equipped with every known Improve
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faster speed for grrater distances than the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment for Cedtennlal travel, and will be pre
pared to hnild ia it own shops, at short
notice tut&otcnt to fully aocoinuiodate any
any extra demand. The uaequaljad rt
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee tho most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Uaiiroad is so iustly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over lie perfect
roadway an ever-chanirinj' panorama ot
river mountain and landscape views ustv
qualed in America.
The euting stations on this line are un
surpassed, aleals will be furnished at suit,
able hours and ample time allowed tor en
ICxrurtdon ticket, at reduced ratee, will
be sold at all the prlnuipul railroad ticket
olUces In the West, orthwct aa Koutli
Ke sure that your ticket read Tin the
UreatPenneylvanla route to the CeuUn.
c'UANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
tien. Manager. Gen. Fass'r Agt
Kstate of dc-se (ilaL'0W, deceased.
Tbo undersigned, having been appointed
administrator of ilie estate ot Jesse dlaa-
l.'0r, late of the county- of Alexander and
State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give no
tice (hat ho will appeur tefore the county
court of Alexander county, at tbe court
nouse in cairo ut mo r etiruary term, on
the third Monday in February next, at
which time all persons having cluims
against said estate are notified and re.
quested to attend for the purpose of having
the same adjusted. Ail persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make iuime.
dlate pavment to the undersigned,
Dutedird dav of December, A. 0. 1170.
Kill AS M, (iLASOOW.
Whereas, .tosejih McKenzle and bit wife
did, on the Huh day of August, 1878, axe
cute, acknowledge and deliver to me a cer
tain deed of trust, now of record la tho
recorder's oillce of Alexander County, In
book O, of ttu-l deeds at page 278. and alto
did on the Urd day of October, 18,3, in like
manner t xecute, acknowledge and deliver
to me another deed of trust, now of record
In the recorder's office of said Alexastar
County, iu book (j ot trust deeds at page
27!), both of which were given to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note, exe
cuted by the said Joseph McKenzle to Mary
J. McDonald. And whereas, default baa
heeu made in the payment of said promis
sory note, now, tberefur3, I give notice
that by virtue of the power given me by
said deed of ti list, 1 will on the lHth day of
January, 177. at tbe hour of 11 o'clock, a.
m., of said day, at the court house door In
the city of Cairo, County of Alexander and
State of Illinois, sail at publio rendu. t
the highest bidder, lor caali, ike followtug
described lots, situated in said city ot
Cairo, to wit: Lets thirty-three (U),
thiity-four i:;i). riltcrn (15), and sixteen
(10), in block tlfty-three (M), being the
snnie, granted, brrgained and sold to me tn
trust, as aforesaid, by said deed of trust
The purchaser will be entitled to a deed
Immediately. Dnted December 13U, IHT.
J AMES V. CLEMSON, Trustee.
Saml kl P. NJhiei.kr, .
w-ftt Attorney for Trustee
Whereas. Charles D. Arter and Kllia M.
Arvar, u wtte, ly their certain sale mort
gage, executed aud delivered to the under
signed, on the it tii day ol leceniber, A.
D. 1ST."), did, for the purpose ol securing a
certain promlsory nute therein mentioned,
mortirege to the undersigned tbe lollow mg
described preml.es, to-wit: Lots num
bered thirty (;k) and tliirty-oue (31), la
block numbered titty-one (51), In tbe city
ot Cairo. Illinois ; and wbereaa. del suit baa
been made lu the payment of said note;
uow, therefore, in pursuance of the autliar
itv 4onferred ly ald sale mortgage, 1 will
sell the above ilcniil d pnmisie, at lib
lie vendue, to the highest bidder, for ttu
iu band, at the door of the Court House,
In tho city of Caiio, Illinois, on eati rday,
Februury 3, A. D. 1C77; at the hour ot
o'clock p.m. of said day, said sale to t
ALKKEP U. HAKFOHD. Mortgage
tireen A (.llhert, Attorneys.
January 3, 1877 d 30 d
county fur Freak '
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