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ruai IcAfiobal'la ooeraatMMldaacu atrlcll ixMb4aiUal,
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(Hi) ruts. hii"uW ! A'liliuu a.Hivti,
U(Lo ttuurs frviuV W U. SuuUaj. I u 4 r. Ms
. Vf Caa't ue lliaite ny every au-e-nt
kV999rvrr; iimnth in the liunine we
liirniali. lint llione williliS to work can easily
euro a Uu.i-n itollar a day riltht iu their own lo
aulitia. Have uo room to explain here, Uuai
um p'eaxaut auii bouoralila, amen, boya
iiul girl d.i aa well a men. V will luruuh
youaooniplrta outfit free. The buiinea pay.
.Lu..! iii.n .nn,ia ui Wh will bear ex-
'uenseof atttrtiiiu- vou. Particular fme. Writa
a ii' I aee, Kann.Va ami luwliauica, their 'U
ami liaUKbtera, and all i'laaaea is need of paying
unrk at tioiue. ahoiild write to u a earn ail
alimit the work at ones. Now ll tha time
Don t rlely,d Uaa auj X Co.AuKUit,
llAltl'KR-N MA.Klr. IOK J Ell-
III (HI , IH77.
1 1 . iti'Kit'n M AHAiNK for Kcbru.iry Is
nn tinuHully liri'lit and frfhli Xiimber,
with m-arly MXty i-xiiuisito nipravlnifa,
'I lie .S uiitbtT oK'tu with a very liiUreat
ln i:iit, beautifully i:itixtraU'tl,oii (.'ar
tlirtaml tin- valli-y or Ilie TalT, In Wales.
Among tlie illntrutiona are jiortraitx o
I.oril ami l,H.ly I'.nlc.
I)r. Holton's artii lo on "'J in- Log-Hook
of the .Vr,iKji" is a novelty. The A'.
rtfituifi wait the llrst "toanter that crossed
llif Atlantic-. The log-hook t.f this veu-i-p1,
containing a quaint narrttire of th
voyage, is atlll pres-rvel bj tlie tlcscencl
anu ol itc captain, Mosoa Itotrt-r. A
lalthful picture ol the !ok itaclt, and a
lac-Mijiil; l on! of IU cnlrieg, are
anions the illustrations of the article, to
gether with two portraits of Captain
Ilogerx, a picture of the steamer, etc.
In an illustrated paper, entitled "And
who was lilennerhasset?"' J. ,S. C. Ab
bott relate th thrilling story of Illenner
lianset and bis aitcotnpli.sjied wite, w ith a
picturesque description of their Uland re
treat on the Ohio.
A. II. Guernsey contributes an able re
view of Mr. JSqtiier'e exploration iu " The
Land of the Incas," with fourteen choice
illustrations of Peruvian scenery and an
tiquitic. About r-ixtccn years ago the subsbtnee
ol a letter addressed by Lord Macaulay
to the late Henry S. Uuudull, predicting
tlm ruiuoiM Uuc of the American sys
tem of pure Oenioeraey, w publiedied,
but iu such a way that little attention
was given to it. In this number are pub
liilied, In their entirety, the four letters
written by Macaulay to Pandull. The
publication ol the-e remarkable letter
at this time is especially timely, not only
a giving th opinions of no eminent a
writer, but also in connection with cur
rent discussion as to a direct popular vote
fur president. The Haay Chair makes
the" letters the bais ot a suggestive
comment. Lord Macaulay's tear tor the
luture ot American civilization will not
bccm unnatural from an English point
of view to those readers who will care
lully peru Mr. Conway's article on
"William Lovett NYorkmginan. Char
tist, Prisoner, and Author,'' printed in
the aaiue number.
A large installment is given in this
number ot ISlackwood's new novel,
"L'rema; or. My Father's .Sin." The
scene of the story thus far is California.
The novel is lull of startling dramatic sit
uations. Part VIII. ot "A '.Vonian-llater" re
counts the adventures ot Khoda tiale as
a fi-tnale puyician, and reaches a very
interesting point iu the career of lna
Klosking, the great contralto.
Mrs. Helen .S. Conant contributes a
very suggestive attlclu on American
The editorial departments very fully
'over their respective fields. Among
other matters of interest in the S.-i,ntijic
Hfcrtrd is a resume of the results ot the
recent P.ritlsh Arctic expedition.
nit: PRorasin plan or ncrri.K-
W e have heretofore published the re
port of the joint committee on the elec
toral vote, and the bill that accompanied
it. That our readers have given the re
port and bill caretul consideration we
have no doubt, since in this importaut
subject every man, woman and child In
the republic is deeply interested, in
fact, in the success of this measure is in
volved the pe rpetuity of American repub
When the telegraph gave to the
country the joyful news that the confer
ence committee had agreed upon a plan
of settlement of the vexatious and dan
gerous questions of the late presidential
election, and then lurnished the details
of the plan, the people, with almost
unanimous voice, applauded the commit
tee and endorsed the results of its labors ;
but, within the past few hours, there has
grown up an opposition to the plan, and
uow the ultra men ot the Democracy and
Radicalism are denouncing It. They may
be ol influence sufficient to defeat it ; but
if they are, and should succoed In doing
so, may the Lord liayo inorcy on their
wicked souls ! They will deserve the ex
ecration of all patriotic citizens, and lor
them the luture will have nothing bat
the curses of a distracted if not ruined
people. We write earnestly, because we
I eel earnestly ; and wo are ol the opinion
that the people should raise their voices
and de mand that their representatives
iu congress shall not permit
this opportunity to preserve the
peace and the republic to bo wasted by
the partisan prejudices ol either unreas
oning Democrats or Republicans. This
question rises far above partisan politics,
and every citizen should regard it trom a
What are the objections to the plan?
"It is unconstitutional," say a one man.
"It is a temporary bridge over a great dit
Acuity," sayg another. "It is Insufll-
cient," says another. And so on
But all these objections urged are
weak. The plan Is clearly constitutional,
and it is EuUlcient not only tor the pres
ent difficulty, but for any that may here
after arise. We would sooner cut off our
right hand than appose It ; and as lor the
Bi i i Kvix and its household, their voices
will be raited iu loud and most earnest
denunciation ot the unpatriotic men who
shall dare to endanger the peace of tlie
country by ohatructlng this lair way out
ot a great uaager.
OiO. am. X3-uaitlaa B'u.UA.lne. Comit VwolftK Btr
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1877.
la the Illinois senate on (Saturday, Sen
ator Dement, ol Lee county. Republican,
Introduced a resolution requesting the
Illinois representatives hi congressto vole
for the compromise bill. I'nder the
rules ol the senate, the resolution was
laid over until Monday. In the house,
Mr. Pinney, of .loliet, Independent, of
fered a reuolution declaring that the Mil
to regulate tlie counting ol the electoral
vote, reported by the joint
committee in congress, is a
just and fair settlement of a great con
stitutional question, favoring right and
Justice before the sueeess of any political
party, and requesting that the Illinois
senators and representatives in congress
shall lavoi its passage. After some dis
cussion and an attempt on the part of
the Republicans in the house to prevent
action, the resolution passed by an affir
mative vote ol eighty-live, including all
the Democrats and Independents and
eleven Republicans. The sixty negative
votes were all Republicans.
Thk most interesting news from
Springlleld yesterday was, that Gov.
Palmer bad retired from the contest for
L'riited States senator, and had advised
the Democrats to support Gen. Ander
son. The resignation of Gen. rainier
was accepted by the Democrats in cau
cus and a resolution passed declaring un
faltering confidence In him, and regret for
the withdrawal of his name. Col. Morrison
who was present, addressed the caucus
in favor of Gen. Anderson, and a resolu
tion was passed advising the Democrats
to favor the Independent candidate,
(ireat excitement prevailed in Springfield
and political discuumon ran li it'll. The
Republicans expressed the opinion that
the rckignition of Gov. Palmer increased
Logan's chances tor the nomination.
A treasury warrant has been issued to
( tpt. Kads for the lirst instalment ol the
Ave hundred dollars for the work done
"on the jetties. This sum, says the New
Orleans TtWi, "will enable Capt. Eads to
make rapid progress hereafter in com
pleting the work at South Pa-s. In a
few weeks, with tlie Aood now coming
down the river, the channel, as now pro
pared, will be rapidly scoured out, and
soon twenty-two and twenty-four leet
will be attained as the permanent depth
on the bar. The lirst payment is an ad
vertisement and assurance to the world
that vessels of twenty feet draft may
now confidently enter the port ot New
Orleans. This assurance is worth
millions to our commerce."
Tmr.TEKN members ol the Packard
legislature have declared their purpose to
go over to the N'icholls legislature. Thir
teen is the number necessary to give the
Democratic house a quorum of the mem
bers returned elected by the returning
Tuk Democrats who want "Tilden or
a tight," we opposed to the compromise,
and the Republicans who waut "Hayes
or a light," are opposed to the compro
mise, but all the same, it is exacted that
the bill will past congress.
Morion telegraphs to Packard to hold
on, to be of good cheer, that his recog
nition cannot be delayed much longer.
Hut Grant is still Arm and the Nieholls
government is daily gaining strength.
Skciiktaky Chaxdlkr has pronounced
hia "money and troops" dispatch a "de
liberate, forgery." But why did not Mr.
Chandler deny It when he was lirst ques
tioned about it a week ago?
Thk New Orleans Republican, Pack
ard's organ, has nearly given up the
ghost. Hereafter it will only be pub
lished on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Some of the snakes that fell in Mem
phis the other day have been forwarded
to Prof. Henry of the Smithsonian Insti
tute at Washington, for examination.
Pkesikknt Grant has announced his
intention ot Mguing the compromise bill
in case it is passed by both houses ol
Thk Chicago board of trade has passed
a resolution in favor ol the compromise
The Centaur Liniments BUay
pain, lulHlue a wt) lings, heal burns, und will cum
Khcninati.ni, uaviu. and anv flwh, twne or
mnmle aliment ''hi. 'A'li's Vrupr ia for
lumilv iir,. tha Yellow Wrauncr for animal.
A list of the inkcmlienu are contained aniiiail
each bottle, 'lin y are cheap, epeoiiy, ana cer
tain. The certain, speedy BIId ,,,
remedy for ctilldreo, ia PiUher'aCatorL. It la
a pleaaaut to take aa honey ami aa certain in lib
effect an Cantor Oil. for Wiuil Colic, Worm
Sour Stomach, and Disordered KoweU, there
nothing like Caatoria.
To th Work I war C'Iusms. w are uow
prepared to furnish all claaaea with ounatant em
ployment at UoHia, tha whole of the time, or for
their apare luouaanu. limine aew, light and
(arofl table. fcrnon ol'eit.'ier aex eaally tarn
iroui 5o canta to $A per evening, anil a propor
t tonal sum by devoting their whole time to the
buaineaa. Hoy andgirl earn nearly a laucli
a men. That all Who aae thi nnliisa may aaaid
their add reai, and teat tha bualue w make thi
unparallelea oaur: Jo mn as are not well aatia
fiva w will aend one dollar to uav fo Hi
trouble of writing. Full particular, asm plea
worth several dollar to commeaoa work on.
and a Copy of Home and Fireside, one of the
largest and tet illustrated publication, all sent
rreeuyiiiail. itsaaer, ttyi s want permanent
prouiame won, ijasMiua cvtaega s co, rvrr
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Baak luHding, ip-iuln.
?h Oldest Established Atrenoy In Sent):
u iuiuuii, represeiiuflf uvsr
S65 000 000
THOS. J. ZZETH,
General Insurance Agt.
St. Louia Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Preeport, Illinois,
Gormania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000 00.
I respectfully solicit a share of public
Office in tae Alexander County Bank.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the most favor
able terms by
General Lnsi raxck Aokst.
.enei but esounil anil Iloneat Uo in
stall lea KeprrsenltMl.
OrVlCIC Ia the Alexander County Hank,
1 1 tf CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
arompuy aiienaea to.
tarTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aaontn or year, at utuiorm rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rJ-Halliday Kro.'aoficc, No. "o Ohio Levee.
: VlUiruUT llro. a wluirt'boat.
t)-At Kgyjvtian Mill, or
ir At the Lual Duiuli. foot of Thiitv-Kiuhtb
JJ-Pot Office Drawer. VW.
Three thousand, two hundred and fifty dollars
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Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Roam and Board, 3d Floor 2 00 Per Day
Spaalal Ratas bv Weak or Month
A limited number of rr desirable tnrully
rxiin can be secured at resvonahls rates lor the
The M. Charles is the Unrest and beat anpolnt
ed Honee in Southern Illinois, and 1 tlie leading
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding the "lied
Km-k" reduction ia price, the table will, aa
usnal.be liberally supplied with the very best
of everything that eaa lie fonnd in market.
Kine large sample rooms for oommercial trav
elers, on ground floor, free of charge.
tJAU bagrasre of guests conveyed toandlrora
fhehetel without charge.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TUB CITY,
aood. sold Very Cleae.
ia- Sit. and Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AIUrToaN POWDS OO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
No, 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECAX attantloi given toconilg-ninenU and
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B 8 AFFORD, President.
S. 8. TAYLOtt, Vice President.
W. UYSLOP. Seo'v and Treasurer.
P.W.Babclat, Cbas. Oaliorbb,
F. M . hTOcarucTB, Paci. O. Scaun,
It, 11. CCKKIKOHAM. II. L. IIAIXIOAY,
J. at. Paiu.tr.
XNTF.RKST paid on deposits at the rate ef six
percent per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber Int. Interest not withdrawn is added inime
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
tivinK them compound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every business day from la m . to S p. in
a J Saturday evanings for aavini; deposits only
torn ti to 6 o'clock.
W. HY8L0P. Treasurer.
f Itross, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. Ni ff, Vice 1'res't. T. J. kerlh. Asst. ash'r
nn MTi w,
Corner Commercial Ava. and bt Street
K. Bross, Cairo. Wra. Kluge, Cairo.
P. Xeff, Cairo. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susanka, Cairo. U. L. Ililliugsley, t. Louia
K. Duller, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
V. It. rtriukman, M. 1iuis,
J, Y. Clmison, Caledonia.
Uonetal itHnklutf Rualneaa Ioue.
rr-Fxchange sold and bought Interest paid
n ilia u.vinuj l i.i,.fi ,,iu,,t i 'filliWimi maule.
ml all b'lointa promptly atteuded to.
City National Bank
CAPITAI - $100,000
W P HAU IDAY. President.
HKMtY L. HALL1DAV, Vice Prcsl.
A. It KArKoKD, Cashier.
WA" " K IlYbXOP. Ass' t Cashier.
S. Btaats Tatlo, R. II. Cu hhomajs,
H 1 Haliodat, W. P. Haujoat,
ti U. W tUJAJiaow, SrBrHiH Btao,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Bold.
KPOSITS received sad general baaklag
aatSafIB1' 9 ' raaraUa astagaur Was
r'sY ZLtaa Auaar Dtilla. eiOO a aiouifl
S 1 .' T PlT so soo.1 Agent. AU.T I
fimmti Uk Aa.-'t wSt.Cuuto,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dialers In
WIN KM OF A I.I KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohto Levee,
"rVATTCSSB, PMTTH A CO. have sonstantlv
iVX a larire stock ol tlie best foods in the mar
ket, and give especial attention to I be wholesale
rancn oi tne nuainss.
51,200 PROPIT 01 ,100
Mad. any day in Putt anil Callt. Invest according
to your means. $11), or Sl'm, In STOCK PRIV
ILKUKS, has brought a small fortune to the careful
nvestor. AVe advise when and how to Ol'KUA TE
S.VFELV. Hook with full Infurmatlon stntjrtt
Addresiveracr by mail aad telcurtirSi to
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signed to cenimemorste the one bnndredth
annivrnry of Atnt-rlran Independence,
oioned Mny loth, and will close November
loth, l7ti. All tno natioua ut the world
and all the Mates and torrttortps. of the Ifn.
Ion are particinritiiig in this wonderful de.
monstratioD, brtntiDi: together the most
comprehensive collection it art treasures,
mechanical inventions, selenflflo discover
cries, manufacturing achievements, miner
al xperlinenR, and agricultural products
exer exhibited. The grounds devoted Ut
the exhibition are situated ou the line of
the Pennsylvania Uallroad and cmbnsee 4tu
acres of ralrhiount 1'nrk, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest building ever eonsttuc
ted live of llicde coveriHg an area of filty
aires and costing 0u0.om). The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibitiou 1 near two hun
dred. During the thirls days immediate ly
following the optn'ng of the exhibition a
million and a quatter ot people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GREAT TRUNK Lllfl
FAST MIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the moB. direct: eonvenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Kxhlbition from all seetion of the
country. Its trains too and irons Philadel
phia wiirpass throuflh a grand Cthtennlal
depot, which the company hns erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
ground for the accommodation oi passen
gers who wl h to stop at or start from the
humerous large hotels contiguous to this
station aoc the Lxhibitiou a cunvtnieuce
of the greatest value to vlsitorn, end afford
ed exclusively by the l'ennsylvrnla Hall
oed, which is tha only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will alxostop ut the Lrtrnnipmentor
he Patrons uf Husbandry, at Kim Station
on ttilM rond.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Is the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to rlitiadelphia,
New York, lialtimore, and Washington, over
which lttxiaiou day and night "car are
run from Chicago, ist. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, coluinbus, Tclrdo,
Cleveland and Krio withoua change.
it main line is laldwlte double and third
trucks of heavy steel railsjupon a deep betl
of broken stone ballast, ami its bridghs are
all ol iron or stone. IU paspger trains
arc equipped with every Kdo.a u improve
inent tor comtoi t and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distance then the
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Iliaiuui out mil: im iiiu t uiiliiiciiVi a ut?
company mis Urgely increased Its' etjiiip
nw.nl I.,.- t ',ll..nlul lr.i l ..iHu lll l.i.
pared to build in it. mill simps, at short
notice sufficient to fully accommodate any
any extra domain!. The unequalled re
sources at the command of tho company
of the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodation lor all its patrotii dunn
the Centennial Exhibition.
Tho mumncpiit scenery for w hich the
Pennsylvania Railroad Ii so iustly celebra
ted presents to tlie traveler over It perfect
roadway un cver-changimr panorama ol
river mountain nnd landscape views une
ijtialcd in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals will be ftunlshed at suit
able hours nnd an-ple time allowed tortu
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be Hold at all the princinul railroad ticket.
offices in the est, lNorthwct and South
west. Ho sure that your tickets rea l via the
tireat Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. Fit ASK THOMSON, 1). M. BOYD, Jr,,
tien. Manager. Gen. Tass'r Act
Ettc of lieorge Augustine, doceased
The undersigned, bavins been appointed
Administrator of the Estate ol George
Augustine, late ol the cuutty ot Alexander,
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that he will appear before the Coun
ty Court ol Alexander County, at the court
house In Cairo, in said Cotiuty, at the Man b
Term, on tlie Second Monday in March
next, ut which time all person having
claims uf-ainht said Estate, are notified aud
requested to attend for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said Estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 1,'itb dav of .lauusrv, A, D.,
Estate ol Iteubeii Vaughn, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate ol fceuhen
Vaughn, late of the county of Alexander
aud State of llliuois, deceased, hf let y give
notice that she will appear bcloru 1 he
county court ot Alexander county, at the
court Leuse in Cairo at the February term,
on the third Monday in February timl, at
which time a!l person having claim
Sgainst satd estate al e noli tied ami re
quested to attend tor the purpose of having
the mine adjusted. All persons indebted
tn said estate are requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
l)ated,-j:;id day of December, A. I), lio'.ti.
I Wl.VNIK Al till.V.
Estate of Je-se (ilasuow, deceased
The undersigned, having been appoisted
administrator of the estate of .terse .
gow, lute of the county ot Alexander and
Stats of Illinois, deceased, hereby (jive, no
tice Ibathu will appear lefore the county
court of Alexander county, at the court
house in Cairo at tho February term, on
the third Monday in February next, at
which time all persons having claim
against said estate ate noiiiitd and re.
quested lo attend lor the purpose of bavin,'
the same adjusted. All persou indebted
to said estate are requested to make )uiuie
diatu payment to the undersigned.
Datcdjrird dav of December. A. D. 17C.
I'.' I.I AM M, Ol ASUOW.
1 J-'Js-wtit Administrator,
Whereas, Charles D. Alter and Klixa M.
Arter, hi wife, by their cci tain sale mort
gage, executed nnd delivered to the under
signed, on the "Jiiili day oi Decembei, A,
l. 187."i, did, for the purpose ol securing a
certain prouiisory note therein mentioned,
mortgage to the undersigned the billowing .
described premises, to-wtt: Lots num
bered thirty (liiij and tbirtv-cuo (ol), iu
block numbered liity-one i-l'l;, in the city
ol Cairo, Illinois ; and w hereas, default has
been made in the pnymeut of said note ;
now, there tore, in pursuance of the author
ity conferred by aid .ale mortgage, I will
sell the above ifesi rtSied pt iuim s, at J. no
lle vendue, to the highest bidder, for osU
iu band, at the door of the Court House,
in the city of Cairo, llliuui, on Sail r day,
Februuiy tt, A. 1, 1H77; at the hour ol .
o'clock p.m. of said day, said (le to be
ALFRED Ii. SAFFOKn.Mortga.ee
iireen liilhert, Attorney.
January IsT 7 doOd
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