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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
HINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
BntUUn Bulldlnir. Cer. Twelfth Btrae
and VtmmhitkgXon Arenue,
, a-Countr and KailroadWoi a a Snt laity
(twiric Hoiiuh Kroin 7:30 a.m. to C::U)
i.m.r SiiikImv from 7 to!) a.m. Money
Onlt r H:M a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
1: I Ulinoi Central U H
in mi Itaily.
I : .
MIks. Ontrul 11 K
Cairo A Vinconnea
It It Dully.
Cairo, Arkiinnas A
TrtH K It f ( 1 y .
Daily eicr'l Moiidny
Min. River RoMe
lp, 8un. Ta. rrl.
Thebes Route I
Friday A Haturduy i
O. W. M kAl, 1'. M .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
TVJklXO LBAVB CAIBO
Mail at .11 :'"'p m -..Dally.
t xpren at t:l' p. I" "
r:iKhl at 4:nliB. in...Ksnpt fun-lay.
o-iKht at -..pm " "
1U1TI AT CAIRO
M ilt at 2.20 a. m tally.
hipi-ees at . l:ip. m.Kxcept Humlay.
lfi-' -t i .. . I- " " Hunday.
freight a'.. ..-.Villi) in. . " Bumlay.
JAMES JOHNSON. Agent.
ST. L0UIS,IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
'", Express leave Cairo lally 2 :"" p. !
f.aprr arrive at Cairn daily 4:H"a. I
Arenimiiodnthm leaves t'airoluitv-....'J :"0 a. m.
At-iv.uirii'i'laUun arrives daily (except
Xunduvl - Il:0"a. m
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
"We Have Como to Stay!
pilL train t this cnmjiany ronr.ert at St.
A Loui and r.tt. Ixuu. Willi all oilier
Vina to Hie .jorth, tnat auil Ml.
JTf airo .. .
Arrive at At. Louis
a vj a.m.
Leave Eaat SL Louis - ft .4 a in.
Arriv alCaira - V--" p.m.
J. I,. HIM KMC Y, General Sutwrlntendent.
J. A. Wr.VfZ. Ijeneral PaiMeiwr Agenl.
a W. II. MAI r AliUMI, Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
TIIK SHORTEST UOL'TK TO
Evanaville, Inrlianapolin, Cincin
4 uati and Louisville,
Ht'NSING THROUGH NY DAYLIGHT.
Thu Shortest and (juu-ket-t Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
fcUkini C'lo Connection w ith Uie
Mail" to ttio East.
,i ao iincuriati iirtu.
Arrive t I arm! - .
Arrive, at V incline
' IA tT. LOl 11 AND fO'.'TUBAHTKKN
Arrives at Evaiisvllle ,
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VIA KWAW POLM VIrl!IH HAII.HOAP.
Arrives at Iii'liauajiulu & ' p. Hi.
VIA OHIO aku uhihii ri hailhoad.
Arriri'Kat North Vernon..
Arrivw at Lluciiinuli
B 15 "
.... :30 a ID.
.... 7:l' "
... 1 :4ft p.m.
Uvca Cliiclnimll .
l-avin liltlBVillB. .
Arrivu. ut iiKviinea
.Aav' iiHwniira . :ipi
Jxar.-i Kaimvill :' a.m.
Arrive at unnl..... ... 4 : 4S p in.
Arrive at Cairo W:W "
V. A. MILLER, U. Li. MORRILL,
IJwn Taxi. AK't Crtnerul Sup't
JKor Infnriiuttiuu rvlatlva to ralwi ami cim
BLtliim, apply to L. J. i lIL'JtCII.
I'a. A iff ut.
ARE PAID SJ3
litablJ in line oi Juty, if b
accident cr othermie. A
Mill' Ml of any kind, the
lost of a l-'inrrr or To, or
the loss of an lye, a
Tl'Br.if but ilight. Rivet B
Disease of Lung)
or Vitrtcwa inn give a
diSLhatged for wound, injuries'
or rupture, you get full boun.
y, r-ena 7t iiampi tor
copy of Pension and bounty
iVctk. Aailrest Sll teller iv
P. XL FIT23ESALD.
U. S. CUim Acnt, Indianap
Oils, bid. AJ'0 all letter
TPnnrtPlann I nillClll I C lV
A rrtruIarlT rltKl-1 ab4 It fa 11 v nualiftt-d iLttai ikQ u4 lk.
.i-l m.nie-salul, ma litff 'fi:U. WiU f ll'vc.
V.UT?" L all form of PRIVATE.
LONl.n KV.VTT A T IMftL
Spertuatorrlioa aud Iiiipotoocy,
U rVMUtl Uf HVlr-ai.tAM, ,u yMltl, 144 1 Hfc. V44. tk lll-
lurf yearn i.r tuini ciw, ntul u tur koH-e r Hit-ful-WtVii
,k- si uUfM, i..iu t r mi-i..ui", (Ultftit iiitj
r .lii tlreutii). Dimi.- a o I m. I). (V, it w U Inort . I'lu
m IU '-ay, r.i.ii.i.-B.,ii Kat-i. A i i.iii ! Hue It ul Ktin...
f u.tlt.-tu ii im, wf i-.-MArt 1 fouvr. Ac, r. . il.tiug
iuiiB'- SIH1..V,-, un-i j.,v , atn uioibiiiruiy ana l nii4-
I'iK. uJ Mil. rivkU uuk'kly C(ilii
II 1. ..II IJ. Ul U'tt .kj M,iB . ,,, . ,, i. .iu-ou..
HI;. ulm rr.m Mill, n ,...B, u,u .In. lucl .11. u
rii' !' So nr r. wiim. M L. (i-.hjwui, hi i
ll.il llir tll lur troiUi. 1,1. aipdic i,,,., t.u u. m-ul urtvlvlr
Cares Oaarantoed la U Case
Of Jf0 pi Ml la MMrvaa, atxutvly arai, tor thirty
t.ktl tcnta. ln.iil4 1 r-aj ty alt. AalrM atMva,
vmo uuur nuui ruuijAvi a, ! 4 f ,
lie mailt) tiy every airent
' Mvrr iHiiniil in Hie iiUtfiuiaiM vt
luriii.li. I mt lliiis.. wi 1 1 1 II UT t work I'liu tun 1 1 v
en in a ilo.ru ttnllura a day right in liifir own lu
tvilititi. Ilitve no room tn expliiin lii-ru, Hnai--Mw
iliMutit ami liiiaoraliltt, Women, buys
ais-1 n irl tin a well an men. We will luriiUli
, iiu a uoinplvU) outlll free. The luiiiesu lty
llli P llnili Hiivthiuir !.-. Me Ul 1 bear
,f) irol'tniiiiiir you. Particular fr. Write
aii'l K, KurimVii ami morhaiiio. their ami
and dtitifcliUT. ami all i'.1uhhviu ueej of liavilikt
woia at Iuiiiib, iliuiild write lu us a statu all
Unit tlie work at ouum. Mow is His time
li .u t ilnUy, t'lru t'xus A Co, iii(il ta,
uir. iitii or ujiii lav.
WattcrHon'i! ail vice to the Danior-rata
ol Kfiitucky lias Ixtn considered with
apjiroval, and mi thu (lay of the counting
of tlm cUictoral vote, "ten thousand un
armed Kciitui:kIanaM will he iireHunt In
the rlty of Wanlilnuton. Many citizens
from other utaUi will also bo there, but
we do not believe tho number will reach
one hundred thousand, the quota cnllod
tor by Mr. Wattcrion. Some vngue ru
mors arc ulloat that Mr. Grunt has
threatened to nrreist lcnioerU wlio
nhall appear in Vahliiun on tho 14th
of February, but It is rata
to ay that the President will
not proceed to auch lengtlts h
that. The riktht of one hundred
or of one hundred thousand citi.cn to
avftciuhlc in Wakhlnjrton on the 11th of
February, or on any other day ot Rn-ht
public interest to the country, or on any
day, may lie dejirerated by Gen. Grant
and bU select circle of advisers, but it
cannot b Intel lered with in any manner.
On the other hand, it Is uuastionable
whether the presence of "ono hundred
thousand petitioners" in the capital oa
the Uth of February is advisable. Tho
'moral force' of such a demonstration
would not have much eftVct on party
leader bent on political dishonesty, and
at n time when public excitement
U fait jrolnjj tip to fever heat, we
are Inclined to believe that Democratic
discretion Is tho better part ol Hemo-
eratlc patriotism. So fur, the Democratic
party i-Limls In a most favorable attitude
before the country. Every day
since the f event h of Novem
ber, it has been inado morally and
numerically etroni'. r by the accessions to
Its ranks ot some ol the best material in
tlie Hi publican party, men whose con
servative tendencies, sense of right and
coiivl -lioni ot what is tor the bet inter
cits of the country, would not permit-
them to longer affiliate with a party of
political trickster and conspirators.
The party cannot afford to difaipate its
lately acquired strength by an exhibition
that would hare even the semblance of
a denire on the part of its leaders to
conquer its rljjtits by violence. A good
motto for the Democracy at this time l
the scriptural injunction : "Avoid even
the apjiearance of evil," and the bust ad
vice Democrats can give to the ten-thousand
Democratic delegations preparing to
vUit Washington oa the 14th of nxt
month, is Mark Twain's to people about
to be married : "iKm't"
TIIK TRl'K WAY."
The lat issue of Hirifr' Wtkly takes
ground against the right of congress to
'fjo behind the uttirns" and to decide
which is tho legal electoral vote of a
state, in the ease of more than one set be-
; sent to Wiishiugton. The WttUy
argues that the Ute alone has the right
to decide between two sets of votes and
that for congress "to go behind that and
to inquire which certillcate ought to have
had the lawful sanction, would be to
make congress a Judicial tribunal and re
turning board for state elections and to
complete absolute central Ir.atlon."
The Wtekljt argues that "the true way'
to settle such difficulties as those in
volved in the Louisiana case, for in
stance, Is for congress to accept the vote
as sent to Washington by the returning
lioard, and for the people oi that slate to
trust to time for a vindication oi the
truth, "the practical remedy under our
opular constitutional system being the
destruction of tho party that secures a
tcmnorarv advantage by the fraud." If
It can 13 shown that Mr. Tilden
was cheated . out of the " elec
toral vote ot I-ouislana by
tho Uepublican returning board of
that state, the people must put down
the cheating, thieving and dishonest
party at the next election. If it can bo
shown that the state was "intimidated'
out ot a Republican vote, the people
must put down the terrorizing and in
timidating party at the next election.
Thus argues the Weekly and therj are
two notable points in thwse.
the latest expressions of one of
the leading Republican papers of the
country. Ono is its warning against
the consummation of " absolute ceutral
i.ation," and the other, that it its remedy
for the presidential dilllculty be strictly
applied, tho "next election" will know
nothing of the Republican party except
as a memory and a name of the past.
t ALLIXU TO PIM-ta.
Tho following persons, who are down
jii tho Sherman report ot the Louisiana
returning board as having uiadu affidavits
In tho custom-house for use before the re
turning board, solemnly swear now that
the mil davits as published lu the report
are false and were not made by them
that their statements were altogether dif
ferent from those published ; that they
were induced to sigu these atlldavits with'
out reading them under the belief
that they wero properly aud
truthfully made out, and were not
aware of their falsity aud forgery until
they were published. There are many
more persons who have denied the alll
davits which aptieur over their ngua
hires: W, 11. Mclutyre, of Livingston
C. Guldry, colored, lilayette Parish
A. llaber, ot Liviogston ; By I
venter Slinms, ol Livingston ; J. J. John
son, of Moruliouse ; Vretlnskl, ol
V est rellciana ;lvl Berry, of Claiborne
J. A, Veasev. of l.aviawtm n.W.
White, of Llviugslou:; Leonar Marchand,
of Lafayette; Vilwoot Albas, ol, Laiay-
ctte ; R. J. Hogan, colored ; A. Itasto, of
II the cross-marked affidavits which
Mr. Sherman received Irom kclKwjr and
Packard were read to the negroes who
signed them it is safe to say that the ma
jority of them would swear that they did
not swear as they are represented to have
sworn, and this Is mnde plain by tho fact
fliat every ono so far who has had his
affidavit read to him has repudiated It
Hknnktt has gone to Europe and Miss
May remains at home sick In bed from
the effects ot her disappointment. Timo
may heal her broken heart, but there is
a rnelancholv thing connected with this
most melancholy affair that will appeal
strongly to the heart of every woman
in tho country, and that Is, tho waste ot
dry goods, luces and all tho lovely thing
included m that twenty thousand dollar
Orvili.k Gkamt, tho president's
brother, is one of the parties to a law
suit in St. Louis. Tho suit has grown
out of an arrangement made by Grant
with one Schneider that It Grant pro
cured for Schneider tho contract lor
granite to be used in the building of the
St. Louis custom-house, tho latter was to
give to the former live thousand dollars
a year and a certain percentago of profits.
Schneider failed t pay and hence the
IIlainf. has Ix-en elected oy the Maine
legislature tor both the long and short
terms in the United States senate.
Gkx. Looan must have lour Demo
cratic or Independent votes to insure his
OHN H. MTTLKET,
4ttorney at Law.
OfriCK : At resident on Ninth Street, tietween
Washington avenue and Walnut Mrert.
roUTV k-i.HA ULtOUK THE PI IlLIC,
DR. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fMIR countenance is pale and
J lcaJen-colorcd, with occasional
fluh(s, or a circumscribed spot on
one or Ixjth checks ; the eyes become
d ill ; thcpupilsdilate; an azure seini
cir lc runs along the lower eye-lid;
the noe is irritated, swells,and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upjicr
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or thrluing of the cars; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; aj.jN-tite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
other-, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
aid vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen; 1 towels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy; not
iinfre'i'i-'ntly tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine lur
bid; respiration occasionally dilti-
ult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
t o: ighsouictimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturlied sleep, with
gi-inding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
arc found to exist,
DR. C. MVIANE'S VERMIFUGE
WiH certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa-
rat ion , nut capable of doing the slight'
et injury tu the most tender infant.
The genuine Dk. M. Lane's Ver-
Mi Ki'c.u liears the fiignalures of C
MVLane and 1i.emi.no I'koo. on the
Theso Pills arc not recommended
a a remcily lor " all tho ills that
il hh 1.4 lieir to, but m niluetions ot
tho Liver, and in nil Bilious Com
pl:iinj, Dyspepsia ami tSitk llead-
ai lie, or tlijeama ttf tliat clmructer,
lin y ttand without a rival.
AttUIJ AND FEVER.
No butler cathartio can bo use!
ji; p:uatory to, or after taking Qui-
As n fcimpla purgative they are
11 1CV AttIC OF IMITATIONS.
jouuiiio are never sugar
Each bsx has a red wax eoal on
the lid, with tho impression Dk,
iM'.LANKH Li V Kit 11 LI A
OI IJ. Al-VIANKaiKl f I.tMINU JiROt).
Sold by all respectable druggiats
aud country ston-kciKrs generally.
tm. BOH AM
H.vvliioaa ut Ih
sllkind of IliapMrs, with liunt'.ivU. ul vlubl ntifu,
Stauatiuuld arrv Jli iuMdilivul. lu Qtarn. sbalr a
lui.awlruM. Tmrtaun all llivtK., lully Jainiiiy lluir
Tl WJ I'-'- .H mnrnnm aw 1 IS la ss eMIy raauir
folaiitiac Slur wSll.v kibil aK, pultli.WJ. ,u UeuiMlas.
,.,v iHaHa. SWut - - '" awlvA ..Mi. ... au . -
THURSDAY. JANUARY 18, 1877.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Baak Building, np-stairi.
The Oldast RaUblUhed Asrency in Sotb3
sm xiunoia, reprttsBaunir ovr
185 OOO OOO
THOS. J. ZEKTH,
Joncral Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Free port, Illinois,
Oormania Life of New York,
I respectfully solicit a share of public
OBiM in the Alexander County Bank.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are Issued on tho most favor
able terms by
Gkskral Isscravck Aokmt.
Kane bat Knim.l MBit llonont Vom-
"e'liJH In tlisi AlexaailerCouuty Hank,
1-ltf CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
arompuY anenaea 10.
liirTo large consumers and all
Manufacturers, we are preparod
to supply any quantity, by tne
month or year, at uniform rates.
CALRO CITY VOAL COKPaHY.
r9IIaUiday Pro 'a office, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
iiuirumy uro -a wnarrttoat.
'At fcg-yptian Mills, or
'At Urn Coal iiujup, foot Of TnittT-Elxhtb
CI"Post OtnoB Drawer, aon.
Three tlionaand, two linndrod and fifty dollars
idvertminir, at publialiu
-utrs, given for I.nti,
. and a three iiiiintli' nule
f. cpted in I
1 vavment from ailvectlHursof rtitwon-
:liillty. A printed list. KiviuK naiuu, churuiMvr.
stual daily and weekly oin-nliitiou and acheduls
stii ol aitvertlsiiiK, aet'l live la any aiPlri.n.
11plyto tiro. l. Howell .v in., .New.puptr
lilvurtuing Agents, 41 1'urk How, N. Y.
1. .. , 1 . j 1 .
obtained in the Unltod
Httttes, Cauaila, and Ku
rope : terms as low as
Mhoseof any other relia
llilu luiue. CorresiHiu
'deuce invted lit the tug
Ush and foreifrn anvuaKea, wits inventors, At
torney at Caw. and other boliciitors. epuoiall
' ui tiioe wno tusve nuu ineiriea reiarsea ia
the hands 01 other attorney. In reitsoUMl eases
our fees are reusouuble, and no churt;e is mad
j 1 unless w are suoressnu.
uuluss w are suoressiul.
Ifyosi wants t.
u r tuvt-utiou
will uiaks an
examinational the patent Glare, sad U we thlnl
It patentable, will aeim you Wies aiiuautiw,
ana uruMeoute vour cade, uur wm w m
111 Oral or written in matter
geu, KX-smmteioncr orraicuia,
cievelaiiil, itiuo i
Kelley, Esq., See'V
io. kv I Coiuiuodor
National liranre. IxiulaviUi-
Isaa'i Aiuinea, U. M. ai., Wstxhlnicton. D. U.
I f-M-ud l.uuiiu for our 't.ulde for obuiu
lna I'ateuU," a iMsuk of Ml pages. .. .
Aiklras ia4usa BSastratir t's).. So 14
tors of PalataU, Waahiagsou, V. C.
tm umt 10 suit m tikes
Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Roam and Board, 3d Floor 2 .00 Per Day
Sptelal Rates hr Waak or Moath.
A limltel nunilier of very tleniratilc family
miiii can be ancuretl at rvasoiiatilu raU-8 lor the
1 he .it. tautrle ia the Urgent ami ttent appnlnt
cilllouxe In Hoiitbern lllinoi. and la Ui. bavlina
tintel In Cairo. Notwlthatandin; the "Ueu
Itoek" reduction In prices, the table will, a
tistial, lie lilierally supplied with the very Beat
Of every thiiiKUiat eau tie fonntl ia market.
t in lartre ntinple reumi for eomintreial tray-
eiem, on arouna noor, tree or marge.
C9A11 ImiTKavcot mieets conveywi toan'llretB
ttic lislvl williout cliarve.
WHOLESALE AND &ETA.IL.
tN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
u- tata at.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AIrToAN OWDH OO
57 Ohio IiATee.
Q. D WILIJAMSON.
And Healer in
Na. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
SrKC.ALattentior (riven to consignments and
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK.CAIBO
A. B. HAFFOItn, President.
8.8. TAYl.OK. Vice Hreeident.
W. nvsLOl. Sec'y and Treasurer.
W. TtAHrLAT, Chas. Galiohbb,
M . HTocaruaTii, Paul U. tscaon.
U. Ii. Cl'KMlliailAlf . II. L. ILUXIOAY,
i. at. ruiLurB.
XTKKEST paid on deposits at the rota at all
percent, pur annum, Maretalatand 8eptem-
oef Int. Interest not withdrawn is added inline
Jiately to the principal of Uie deposits, thereby
living Utem compound interest
Harried Women and Children may
jjepoBit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Otien everr buainessdav fromfla m. to I n.m
m l Saturday eveninirs for savinits deposits only
rom 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HYBLOP. Traaaarer.
, Ni'il. Viot l'rvs't.
H-. Wells, Caehier.
T. 4. asrUi. Asst. asb'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and St Street
Itross, Cairo. Wm. Kluire, Cairo.
1- vil. (Vint. Wm. Wolfe. Cairo.
A . Suiiaiika, Cairo. It L. HUUugley, at. LOttla-
IU. IIUIUT, . airo . ii. none, miiu,
P. II. Ilriukman, ht. lxmi.
J. Y. Clemsiin, CaleilouU.
Ueneial UisultlnaT liaalneaa Ireae.
rt-F.xt'hange sold and bought. Interest paid
a Hie Maviuii Lleiiartuient. Collccllou nusUv,
ml all buaiuess promptly attended to.
City National Bank
OAPZTAX, - - 1100,000
W. P. IIALIJOAY.PivsMunt.
1IKNUY L. 1IALLIDAY, VicePreet.
A . II. rLAVKoUO, Cahier.
WA1 1 VU UYbLOP. Ass'lCashlrr.
S. 8TAATH TAV1.0, R. H. C'CSNeilAMr
II L. Haulioav, W. P. Uaujuav, '
U. D. V lUJAataoa, BTaraaa justs,,
js u. aarruHU.
Bxohange, Com and United IUtef
UoaaM ous ana pota
-TXEPOSfTS received nd e general beitalar
nUaBB aaai at day rawssl our wsas
T ja. Au.ec A Orllle. IOO a suoaiiC
aVai paUT to Buud As. i.l. Ayn'-r bo4.i
gmSm. SlU aUC sa Si. iW. ha
I.IBtVOK IIAAI.KKM- j
R. SMYTH & CO.,
1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
WINKS OF AM. K15T1H,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
. CAIRO, ILLS.
MESSRS. PM1TII A CO. havs sonnunUy
B larre stock ot the beet rood" In the mar
ket, and auTecisjiecial attention Ul Ih wboleaala
ranch of the business.
1,200 rnoriT oi ;ioo
Mad. any day In fult anil Cattt. Invest ncconllur,
to your means. ln, V or $1"0, in STOCK PRI V
ILECjES, hat brought a small fortune to the careful
arm tor. We advise when and how ts OPERA TR
SAKF.I.V. Hook with full information ttttt Jrtt
Auurcssoracra ny diaii ssa ieiegT4 to
BAXTEB Si CO..
Bunkers and Brokers 17 Wall St. N. Y
Nebraska Ahead !
The It. A- M. Uailroad Co'gLandil Tbe bent
Agricultural and Stock Cojntry
GOOD LASD8 II A GOOD CLIMATE
Low pricee. Long Credit. Low Fares
and Kreiiflit. rretuiums for ImnrovcmentH
Kr 1bs to Land buyers. Yot full
narticuiart, apply to 11. ds 01. it. 11. co
Burlington, Iowa. 1
"Look to the East."
(WSBB WOBK COMPLETE.)
A RITUAL, OK TBK FIRST THBEB
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This jrrrat International Exhibition, da
iKiied to eommemornta the one ttundradtb
Biinivernry . of Ametiesn JadenendetHM,
epened May loth, .ml will close NoYetnber
lutli, IK7. Ait thenBtlan of the world
and all the Hates and territories of the Un
l.m are p!rticiPBtin(r in this wonderful !
monst ration, brimrLnc towjethsr the most
coiiiitrehenalveeoilectioB tl art treasures,
mechanical Inventions, sclratlfli: disoover
cries. luaiitifaottirlrjsT achlevementa. miner
al Hpcclmens, and agrioultural produoti
rzer cxhiblud. The k rounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 4ft0
ae.re of r airniotint Park, all highly im
proved end ornamented, on which are
erected tbe Urgent building ever omutrue
ted live of tho.e covering an area of fifty
res and costing S5,OUO,0uO. The toUl
number of building erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition l near two hun
dred. During the thtrts days Immediately
following the opening or the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
TKX OBXAT TBTOX LIIX r
FAST MIL ROUTE OF THE U. 8.
Is the mos. direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and thle
great Kxhtbition Irom all sections of the
country. 1U trains too and Irom Philadel
phia will pass throuith a grand Centennial
depot, which tbe company has erected at
the mala entrance to the Exhibition
ground for the Bocommodation of passen
gers who wl.h to top at or start from the
humerout large hotels contiguous to this
station aoe the Exhibition a convenience
of the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by tho l'enniylvrnla Kail-
oau, wnicu is the only una running afreet
o the Ccntennuu buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
tie rau-otiB ot uuxDanary, at Kim Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad in tbe grand
est railway organization In tho world, it
control seven thousand mile of roadway,
forming continuous line to Philadelphia,
New York, Ualtimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night car are
run from Chicago, at. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati. Indian poli, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland aud Erie withou change.
its main line is laid wlte double and third
track of heavy steel rallsupon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and IU bridgbs are
all of iron or stone, it passenger train
are equipped with every known improve
ment for comfort and isfety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distance then the
train of any line on the continent. Tbe
company baa largely Increased its equip
ment for Cedtcnnial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in it own shop, at short
notice (uffleient to fully aacommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
source at the command of the aompany
ot the company guarantee tha most perfect
accommodation for all Its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnincent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Uailroad Is so iustly eelebra-
ted prosenU to tha traveler over t's perlect
river mountalu and lan
qualed in America.
Tbe eating station on Uiln line are un
surpassed. Meals will be furnished at suit
able hour and ample time allowed lor in
Excursion ticket, at reduced rate, will
be sold at all tbe principal railroad ticket
office lu the West, Northwest and South
west. Be eure that your ticket read via the
Ureat Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. EKANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr,,
Gen. Manager. Uen. PaVr Agt
Estate of C.eortre Atiguntine, deceased
Tbe undersigned, having been appointed
Administrator of the Estate el George
Auguntine, late ot the county of Alexander,
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice that he will appear before the Coun
ty Court of Alexander County, at the court
house in Cairo, in said County, at the March
Turut, on the Second Monday iu Harcu
next, at which time all persons having
claim ai'.aintit said Estate are notified aud
requested to attcn J for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted. All person, indebted
to said Estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to tue undersigned.
Dated this 15th day of January, A. D.,
i77. PAUL MOWEUY,
AdmluUlrator'e Nat Ire.
Estate ol Reuben Vaughn, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate ol Reuben
Vaughn, lute of tbe county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice that she will appear before the
county court ol Alexander couaty, at the
court bouse in Cairo at the February term,
on the third Alonduy in February next, at
which time n!i person having elaint
against said estate ure Botiticd ami re
quested to attend for the purpose of having
the same sdjimted. All person Indebted
to aid estate ar requested to make imme
diate payment to tho undersigned.
DaUd,Sid day of December, A. D. 187.
Estate of Jese Glasgow, deceased-
The uudersuiied. having been siipoinieu
adminitrator of the estate of Jess Glas
gow, late of the county of Alexander and
htate o( Illinois, deceased, hereby give ue-
tlce tut be will appour teiore tne couniy
eourt of Alexander couniy, at the court
house ia Cairo at tho February term, oa
the third Monday In February next, at
which time ull person having elalnis
against said estate are notUUd and re
quested to attend lor the purpose of having
the lame adjusted. All person indebted
to said estate are requested to make liniue.
diste payment to the undersigned.
Iated,23rd dav of December. A. D. 1)70.
Elias M. Glasgow.
Whereas. Charles D. Arter and Eliza M.
Arter, Ul wife, by their ceiUin sale mort
gage, cxecutad aud delivered to the undei-
signed, on tne :ttu uay ot itecemner, a.
Ii. 1M7D, aid, lor tue purpose oi euriix a
certain promlaory note therein mentiouod,
mortgage to tbe undersigned tbe lollowiug
described premise, to-witi- Lota num
bered thirty ttu) sud thirty-one (31), In
block numberetl nity-one (ol), in the mtf
of Cairo, Illinois ; and whereas, delsult kSs
been made In the psynienl of aaid not ;
now, there fore, in pur.uaueeoi lb auiner
ity conferred by said sale uu rigse, 1 will
sell idp above tiencnueu premises, as pu
lio vendue, to the highest bidder, for ea
in band, at the door of tbe Court House,
in tha city of Cairo, Illinois, on Saturday,
. i a a it I .i-, . . . t. I .... i At M
f euraary a, aa. ion, as aai um. v. -
o'clock p.m. of said day, said sale to be
ALr Kail l. A rtHl. BforigaKrs,
aia-aen Gilbert, A t torus s.
January a, ls77 d 80 d
wanted I a
county for rraak
f.wlia)' Naxspaper aud Maraalaee, tbe oldest
stabJisbsdlUastrated Perlodieale la Alurrtca.
ehsy are now trsl oOVwad to ataavaaaarB, who
will, if they aseure an axetvy and xoluaiv tt r
ilory . b toablod to it'troduce vatesa fliat-
class lllustratui I'eciudierls, suitud to as aaaa)
diatiact taste or Wants, aud, with ttteiLole.
from eight new and beautiful rhromos, given
ircaei cosus 10 esua auaaal suiwa-j-itacs. s
aided ta ataire oimi sir aaore attlaM-rtplioas la
very avmtly lu their dUirsut . To skUlful eaa
V aer UsU will aacara rstt seat asaiiloysawtl.
aal Uta rsaewais earn year will oa a source
ytaat aad aaaa roe reveaua. Miwolnaea papers
aad tsvoat liberal araasaaat to all ataplleauta wba
aaine la temUary ttsey tvsvlre so caavsas
Asasiey Detiartsuea', IT task
fublishlas UsMaSa, tai i'eaxl Itpsat,
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