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ST. LOUIS.IKON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Vxproia li-avM Cairo daily ...I 00 p. SI .
J.sprws arrive at Cairo dally 4:a. m.
Ai-coiniundnttiin leave Cairo daily it:) a. lit.
AivxiifiiiioiUttun arrive daily (except
undar - ll;0ua. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
k We Have Come to Stay!"
ITMIK train f thl company connect at St
X Luuis an 1 East.-t. Louis, with all other
lnc toUi Norlli, LmmI nod West.
virile at St. Louis
Leave Kail St Lul ... - S.46 a.m.
tnlT at Cairo - - InMp.m.
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CAIRO & VTNCENNES R. R.
61 Miles tho Shortest Route
' TO EVAWSVILLE,
47 Miles tho Shortest to
iraUK, CKCISSATI SALTIS-OBE
AND WAS IIINQTON .
34 Miles the Shortest to
fcdiasapalis, fhildj'jiii llsw York
IX HOURS SAVED
OVER TRAIN OF ;
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Samo Connections,
3'taaenicera by other routaa to maka
Connction mutt ride ail nitrht wait
in if from On to Six Uoura at
amall country tat ion a for
train a of eounaotlnar roada.
Himeinbar that fact and take our
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accident or otnaiwu. A
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gd ior wound, iaiuriea
lire, you lt full boun.
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AdUM. I)r. C- A IbtHAVMAK. Ci. l?Oall fUlli lf
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Th o day. mora o Grant,
Souc ot the "upMI jfpectkbl'Ue.
publicans want lbtyt to Insult Urent by
nnraloffax-SecrcUry Brtstowfor the first
appointment under the new adialnlstra
H'bk.n will the l'aducah Xewt taka
down its rooster? The season for these
crowing birds Is past and it Klrci one a
melancholy sensation to see In print,
open-moutheu and crowing oyer noth
The Philadelphia AorA. .merman'
Washington oorrerpon Jent says : "It h
concerlcl now on all hands that John
.Sherman Is the power behind the
throne;" and Ntieriuan says "Wells is a
man ot tho strictest integrity." This
certificate of character Is almost as good
as though it came from Hayes hlmelf.
Tax United States supreme court Las
decided the case InTolvinr whether the
lcjtlslatures of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illi
nois and other Western states have the
right to regulate carrying of freight and
passengers on railroads In their respec
tive states. The court holds that the
states had such power of regulation. All
the Judges concurred except Judge Field.
Em Pi.kkins lias been vlitin Gov
Hayes, and has written np a gushing de
scription ot his Impressions ot that gen
tleman. Kli declares that he is firm is
the rock of GibraJtcr when he belieres
himself right, and guarantee that he will
make a good president. Iiut Eii is
scarcely a responsible endorser.
Tut. estimated cost ol additions te the
state penitentiary to accommodate six
hundred convicts lias been placed at
$201,000. Tho penitcntary commission
ers report that the work could all be
dona by the convicts in the prison, and
one wing can be completed within nine
months, the other in a year.
. A tabulated exhibit of the trade and
manufactures of the city of Memphis for
187C, shows that "there has been a decline
oi nearly two millions oi dollars in flour,
corn, corn meal and hog products, but
offsetting this there Is an increase of one
hundred thousand bales in cotton re
ceipts, and a material iucrease in agricul
tural implements, coflee, dry goods,
liquors, and several other minor articles
of general merchandise."
Moats, though he betrayed hi Lord,
had decency enough to go out and bang
himself. Judge Bradley not only be
trayed his Lord but his country also.
C Auvfvtt V.) OtHtrver.
This Is rather hard on the memory of
Moses. Perhaps our tar-heel contem
porary meant J. Iscariot. Some biblical
returning board should sit down on the
Oistrver. MetnphiM AvalatieK. -
Too much thinking on the pretiden-
dentlal question has mixed the OLitrvtr.
The present aspect ot the case is enough
to make any Democratic ertitor confound
Moses with Judas, and Bradley with
We publish below a compilation ot the
official vote at the presidential election ot
November last. This Is taken from a
tabular statement prepared by the New
York World, and is the first absolutely
complete and reliable record yet pub
lish id. The figures are in every instance
from the official records. It will be per
ceived that Tildan's majority on the
popular rote oyer Hayes is 2M.829 ;
-, J2 i ' ' ' -' t-
Popular Vote. Vote
2 jr 2 i j
s 3 s a 5
Maaiachiuetta. . .
IX la ware
Con tested , , . ,
tCiivenlby Itepublicaa caavauiac board a
appaarina oa the lace of the return. I n c.nj
niftte of Ui bona of represent tires r ported
the aT.rasr vol as follow; Bepublican elector,
O'i.lOtt Democratic elector. kl,4av. Ja South
Corolioa lite frauds by which the atata i gin
to Hare are behind the atale canvass.
tConnt aeeording to the opiniott of the Stat
Arerag of vote for elector as ihown by the
atiy -aueeia aun in commiaaioner-a siaiemeuu
froaa eeaxT noir in tkeUtiie. The Knublleun
returning board tlwew out etr tnongh to rive
flee Hayes ,S16 and Tildf a 70,50
llVotelnOctelier forCorernor. TU elector
were cnuMD by Ui legislature. -
Gov. Hates and his pari left Colum
bus Tor Washington oa Thursday after
noon. The streets leading from ths gav
ernor's realdenoe to the depot was deco
rated with flags, and crowds lin4 tha
0&, BtaUvtlm BvAUAlnsr. Cctntt Vwolftx Btre kuA
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY,
sidewalks. A detachment ot United
HUtet troops from the Columbus
barracks, the Columbus cadets, and tha
cadets from the Ohio agricultural college
formed the escort and numerous
bands furnished music The ar
rival ot the presidential party at
tha depot was greeted by a great crowd
of cithtemi whocheceed lustily as the
governor and his family transferred
themselves from aarriages to the special
cars provided for them. In moons to
the demands of the multitude. Gov.
Hayes appeared on the rear platform of
nis car and delivered a speech. As the
train moved out ol the depot, the bands
played Auld l.angSyue and the national
4 Irs The immediate members of Gov.
Hayes' lamily who bore him company
were his wife, two sons and his daugh
Stanley Matthews Is Hayes' brother-in-law.
The Jews iu London do not take the
Justice Bradley Is dyspeptic in ac
pearauce, owing, it U said, to, severe
Joarqnin Miller's divorced wife.
known to the literary world as Minnie
juyrue, was recently married Jn Port
Peter Goelet Is now the richest liv-
Ing New Yorker. He belongs to one of
the old Gotham families, and his wealth
is estimated at from twenty to thirty mil
lions. Vl Orleant Timet: it i all that
George Bancroft, the historian, fell
asleep wlule Senator Howe was defending
the Louisiana returning board, and Ran
dolph Tucker called attention to it with
Uie remark, "See how hiatory sleeps
wune notion speaks."
Ex-Governor Joseph Johnston, t)i
Virginia, died Wednesday In the 62d
year ot hi age. He was born In the
state of New York, in December, 1785;
served fourteen sect ions in congress : was
elected governor of Virginia, besides bs
ing five times elected to the legislature
and once to the constitutional conven
tion. Chicago Evening Journal : Colonel
James , C. Clark, second yice
presideat of the Illinois Central rail road J
and general manager of the New Orleans
line, who has been In the city during the
last few days consulting with Acting-
President Ackerman in regard to the re
organization of his line, will leave for
New Orleaas this evening. Tha Illinois
Central will soon control the lines from
Chicago to New Orleans.
New York Tiilunt: The Ladies
Art asioclatioa has fairly begun its pro
posed work by an exhibition of original
oil and water-color paintings and objects
of household decoration, which was
open to private view at the Leayitt art
rooms on Broadway, on Saturday
atternoen and evening. The public will
be admitted, free of charge, until the
auction rale, which begins on Thursday
evening with the bric-a-brac and other
ornamental work. Although there are
only torty-cigbt active members of the
assocla'ion, the exhibition embraces six
hundred and eleven numbers, ot which
270 are paintings.
No SO Ohio levee.
$1,200 PROFIT WW
Made any day in Putt and CaJit. Iuvait accordlag
to your mean.. $10, $'0 pr SluO, In STOCK l'EIV
ILEGES, has brought a small fortune to the careful
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read U eery frnlll In an aeoeittalile ma" IS
Kaglisb Brussels. Three Ply and Ingrain
aiso, onir carpew, velvet ttugs, cruioo
Cloths. Oil Cloth, etc., very cheap
at tha Old i'laue ,
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YOBK
Carpets carefully packed and sent to au
part Of tha United States (re ofoharge,
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able terms by
HEMY WZLL8. '
GXNKRAL LNSrSUNCE Ag:t.
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orriCK-la the Alexander County Bank,
1 t CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
medical or other
labels. Caveat, AslsrnmBU, Interferance,
etc., promptly attended to. Inventions that
O ffi c e may
sttll , in most
oases, be se
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site the Patent Office we cm make closer search
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broader claims tbaa those who are remote from
send us a
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Ettate of Charles Ii or Iter deceased.
The nndersiirned, having been appointed ad
ministrator of the eatate of Charles Bocker, late
of the county of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby give notice that he will
appear before the county court of Alexander
eounty, at the court house in Cairo at the April
terra, on the third Monday io. April nex', at
which time all person having claims agniast
said estate are notified und requested to attend
for tbe purpose of having the same adjusted.
All person Indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment to the nndersitrned.
Dated tibs 1ii day of r'cbruarv, A. U. Itr77.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CADIO
A. B 8 AFFORD, President.
B H TAVLOR, VioePreai4ent.
W. Ui SLOP. Seo'v ana Treasurer.
P.W. Babolat, Cha. Gauoitbb,
r. M. SKK'irLSTH, Pacl G. Ncbcd,
a. H. CcimmuHAM. H. L. Hajxidav.
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TTTTERE8T paid on deposits at the rate of ix
L per cent, per annum, March 1st and Sautem
Mir 1st. interest not withdrawn is added imme
liately to tha principal of the deposits, then by
riving them compound Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
elae can draw it.
Open every bustaesiday rroraSa.m . to S p.m.
ad rieturday evening fur savuiga deposits only
torn to S o'clock.
t Bross, Prestdent. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. Nd. Vice Pnss't. T, J. Kertb, Asst. ash'r
Corner Oommerolal Ave 'and 8t Street
r. Bross, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I. Neff, Cairo. Wm. Wolie, Cairo.-
A . Susanaa, Cairo. It. L. Billlngsley, St. Louis.
E. Uuder, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo. -F.
11. Brinkman, LouU,
J. Y. Ciemson, Caledonia. ,
t tiessernl Ban king; Business baa.
t9"Kxchange sold and bought. Interest paid
a the Saving Department. Collections made,
nd all basin ess paomutly attended to..
City National Bank
OAPITAX - 1100,000
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,' HXSKY L. UALLiDAT, VicePreel. .
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Ezeknse, Com and United Ctatoa
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MARCH 3 1877.
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