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JAU3 JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
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Accommodation leaes Cairo daily . 2:0ua.m.
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iqk from One to Six Hour at
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trairs of connecting- roada-
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'i lair.i l.ave nriJ arrive at Cairo, as fullovra:
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luil arrive p. m.
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I hr.c.it: i t'-'kets and rlim'Vt t all important
A. MILLER, U. L. MOREILL,
Oin I'abi.Ax'l. G-niral Sup
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R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wboleaalc and UeUil Ie!eri In
WIXI X OF AM UIXUN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESK.'.. PMTTII 4 CO. hav JonatanUy
a lurg stock ni Uie bwl gtxxla m luu iimr
kot, and givaeapecial atteurion totfaa wuolasal
Estate ol Joaepb 1. Cameron, deceaied.
Toe underrfift'ued, having lieen appointeil
aduiiuu'.ratrix of the eatate of Jot-epU P,
Carut rou, late of the county of Alexander
and .Stat 4 ot IlllooU, Ueceaaed, hereby
irivei notice that she will appear before
r .'io county court of Alesaader county, at
lUe court hou-e In Cairo at lb May term,
on the third Monday inlay next, at which
time all peron having claiuia ai;alnt laid
estate are notined and requeatcd to attend
for the purpose ot tiavint; the tame ad
jiHted. All peraoBt Indepted to aid e-
, tate are requested to make Immediate pay
uint to the usdertlned.
Dated, tlila 10th day ol March, A. I.,
1H77. MAUGAHtf CAMEHON, Adm'X.
if (a''j..'iffk to Apeiit4.rofitiiuplo. 10 (in
m ajirsi uiitiili;,l r i'i. t-,i. mtti ll'a r.u. j-r
.icuiai lie,:. J Worm i v.M Ui
iM ldanl tit tHm rilbt ana l:lir
lh nM atepetn II o- to
lorlda n llfl MaUin I lah
laiK lmilrk-f nattaa: Hi War tl
n.llr lalnbn anil fcpaln.
NkV' VOHE, April Z.-lfirj,t,'l h'r'k-
ly lor to-uiorrow will publish an lllu
trHted article describing' the flight hlJ
t xilt! ol William M. Tweed. Following
are the chief points ol the star) :
The approaching trial ot the great alt
million nut aalmt Tweed thrcateiifit a
demand upon hit cakIi retourret lor feel
which he plainly law he should tail lo
answer. His retuainiMy .poantMiulis
were not ayailutie to ralmj ready inutiey ;
and credit, esperi-iliy with lawyer, Wan
out ot the question. His inoncV gone,
his couraire broke dovvn also, and he re
aolved oti fliylit aa a reinidy lor hi
bankruptcy and his hopc-le imprison
ment. Having lot the jrreat Judges and
lawyer of the court he hud created and
controlled, he found himsell lorced to
lall back upon their clients, hU fellow
nrisoner in jail. TweeU ui' asinale in
Ludlow street jail waa Charley Lawrence,
the silk ttnugKler, who- extradition led
to the abroiration of the treaty with
Knglaud. I rom liiin Tweed k-aroed all
the ne,8ary detail of the existing treat
lea and laws on the tubject, and, having
concluded upon Might, he resolved to
reach Spain, a
1UB MOeT EXI ErUKNT SIH.LlElt.
iii view of the absence ol any extradition
treaty with that country. Another of
the Inmates ot the Ludlow-Strcet Trison
wai a prisoner ol many professional aliases
who ha since lietu lodged In a I'eniten
tiary iu Vermont. He is beat known by
the name of "liliss," and was the engin
eer of the extraordinary Korthampton
h.ink robbery. He was also-profesloii-allv"
engaged in the famous Washington
sale btirgliiry. '1'hls ixtsoii lodged on
Uw "piK-r iloor. and had approached
Tweed with a proposal to avail hims If
otthr removal of the Iron-gVatlnirs of
his window, which was on the ground
floor, and which would.
fcXABLE III KM HOTll 10 HSCAl'h,
The hole matter to be managed from
the oul'-ide by assoM:ile of BIih. l ite
pfopaaiMuH ataii at tlrat Lcea. laughxol al
by Tweed, but meeting his 'frofes
iional'' neighbor dally in the court yard
ot the jail, where they took exercise, the
subject was more definitely dUcuswd, and
ouiside friends of the professional being
called in, Tweed was persuaded
of the practicability ot a plan which they
presented, anl lor the execution ol which
he agreed to pay a stipulated turn. N'o
nu mber of the bar, nor hU counsel, nor
any friend or person vhatcvr of his pre
vious connections knew ot" his proposed
flight, or had any part in its execution.
Neither did they know of hi whereabouts
at any time until it had become neces
vary for him to communicate with tlictn
after bis arre-t iti Cuba by the Spanish
olllcul. 1 weed tinderatotid that he was
to be taken In charge by
A WHU.-OKiiANIrO ItoDV Of MIX.
IMstributed throughout the country,
having every facility, their connections
and method being thoroughly tested aud
well-ertablished. He was furui'hed
with a ebort key for telegraphic commu
nication, and one tor postal facility.
The latter includes a system of incis
ures through live different envelopes, with
addresses at removed points. He was
to find occasion to visit his hou-e and de
liver himself over secretly aud unattend
ed at his own door. The execution of
the agreement included his lauding in
Spain or under tha Spanish flag, and on
Spanish territor', safely and secretly.
He was given the name of John.Secor,
by which he was to be know u to Lis new
connections. andh is personal Identity and
his own name were to be concealed from
all persons w ithout exception trom the
moment he passed out of his ow n stoop.
The exact minute of departure wus
fixed at 8 o'clock la the evening, nor
more than one minute before or one
minute after that hour. The time of his
flight was left undertermined, but he was
to visit his house on certain days, and
when the whole train was ready,
A SIGN W AS TO BK CIVKN
liy a certain mark upon the sloop which
he would see as he ascended the steps.
Accordingly, Tweed took occasion to ob
tain trom the 3h ritl and his keepers the
usuiil privilegeof ; the jail yard to visit
his family and transact some business.
Several such visits haying been made to
his house at the usual hour after dark, he
secretly made some preparation ot per
sonal matters, and putting his business
affairs in as good order as possible, fi
nally reached the 4th ol December, 1875
which proved the occasion ot his depar
ture. On the evening of that day he w as
driven in the customary hack,
attended by two keepers, to
his house. Ascending thu stoops,
UK SAW THE Slii.V
It was about halt-past 7 o'clock aud
a dreary December evening. The 6igHal
at once aroused him with a startling
shock, aud (as he describes the occur
rence) his blood and his nerves were
tilled with m electrical excitement which
thrilled every fibre ot Ins frame. Con.
trolling himself with some effort, he led
his attendants to their wonted and wel
come feast, which on this occasion was
amply provided in the dining room. The
keepers ate, and Tweed took care also
that they drank. At Just the right mo
ment, one of the keepers rose aud went
to & wasli-basiu in the room to wash his
hands and get ready for the usual cigar
after diuner. Tweed took the opportu
nity, rose also, and, saying he would
wash In an adjoining room, lie passed In
to the hall, closing the door as he left
the room. lie rjuickly took the first hat
aud coat, and slipped out ot the door.
HE WAS A FLUITIVK.
He saw the hack before the daor with
out a driver, who also took advantage ot
the occasion In the kitchen. Not a per
son or toun d appeared to respond to his
appointment, it was not quite one
minute past 8. lie had stolen trom his
home to place nimselt in the hands and
guidance of a picketed gang of desper
adoes. As he shrunk back under tha
shadow of the stoop. It seemed to him,
long period of doubt and self-examination,
until his attention was attracted by
a noise of wheels, and he saw a common
tradesman's wagon, "such as is used by
grocers and express drivers, lie saw al
so a man's arm reach out from a cover,
which was the sign that
it was foh mil.
As he descended tha stoop he also saw
a man passing slowly, which caused him
to hegitatt, but this person said In a low
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Fill DAY, APRIL i 1877.
tone, "All right. Oct In the wagon."
So he scrambled into the covered
wagon, which drove quickly around thu
block into Madison avenue, but as the
got there, a car having run ofl the track,
ome mounted police and passengers
stood In the way, and the fugitive was
stopped for two or three minutes. The
wagon soon started again, and drove
zig-zag across the city toward the North
Kiver, which w'as noon reached, and
beside a big truck on tho p er they
stopped. The driver said, "Get out on
thu river side." Tweed o-nt nil, aeeinv
.1... .1... ......I. -. - I t.t e - !
tiim uic ii iicK cuvei eu nun iiom uuscr-
vation as he alighted. A man stood near
the truck also, w ho Indicated that Tweed
was to descend into a row-bout, In w hich
he quickly embarked, und
CROMKD TO T1IK J HUSKY bllK.
There he w as met by another vehicle in
waiting for liitn on the .liore road, when
he was driveu off Into the region beyond ,
the river and iaUides In a direction and
to a termination where hu never had been ;
before, and could not now ascertain or j
Indicate. Atauoldlaruihou.se. Tweed;
was received by another of his new found
friend, and in thi refuge, disguised, tie'
FROM tiKC. 4 1'NUf. HIK URT Wl.tK I.N
Al waj i tinder control ot two men who
had managed hi escape and contracted t
tortus safety. He did implicitly what they
directed, and they held him iu hand like I
trainer. IN slept, he rose, he walked, I
he rode, ore and drank only as they iu- j
strutted him, and it may be remarked,
nere mat mis discipline anu relation was
maintained until he closed his engage
ment with them satisfactorily n Florida.
On March 5, 1 weed lett Jersey City and
took up his .temporary abodj on btaten
Island, about halt a mile from Fort
H adsworth, at the Narrows, in a fish-!
erman's hut, with his two companions.
Here the party staid two weeks, making I
preparations. Mr. Tweed not only lived j
at this shadman's hut tor two weeks,
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W ' L c,VU Illd'JC a f J--71L HLIUC3 illC UII&U-
nel and stopped a night in Brooklyn.
During his s-tay on Staten Island, a
FAST-SALM.VO I.ITTLK (HJHOONaK
w as fitted out, and manned by himself
and two companions, with a negro boy. j
He started at last from a pier in front ot i
the fort in a row-boat in the night, and
slipped away upon a pleasant breeze. j
In due course, and without anything j
noticeable, fliey reached the. lagoons on
the coast t Florida. At one ot the light
house stations they made a definite stop
page again, Tweed taking board with the
keeper of the light as John Secor. an in
valid gentleman, seeking a restoration 4
iieai tn ami tin recreations of nshing and
liuiitiii!'. Here he parted with his guides
from New York, closing his contract
with them at that place.
Here Tweed was joined by a person
...I.,, l ! , ll..-. : .1. . .- -!
hu 1 1 niivnu luiui in mtj iruuns 01
his subsequent arrest. This man was a
t londa guide, and with him Tweed spent
a long time In the interior, camping out,
hunting, and fishing. Subsequently he
returned to St. Augustine, which place
IX A riSHIMi-SMAC'K
for Cuba, and his companion, Hunt,
landed ten miles outside the harbor of
Santiago de Cuba.
J he remainder ol the story is devoted
to an account of 'I weed's adventures in
Cuba, his subsequent sailing for J'pain,
and arrest at Vio, and return to the
li.tiMiimitiftD, lli ioiirit of humanity, ia
thrrtat ttiva'l ol the human family, in all ciril-
1 ft-l conflilent that I am in nosaeaaion of the
only sure, inlnlliblt remeily now known to
the prcferiiun for the rpeedy, positive cure ol
that ureaxl ui-aK, and ita uuwelcome concom.
itant", viz: ( atarrn, Aatbma, Bronchitis, er
tou 1'el.ilitv, etc., etc. 1 am eld fogy. I be
liore in rueilicine. '1 wenty-tinht years exiie
ricn hi a busy tiraetltioner in the l-at eon-
euniition hospitals ia the oM and new world,
ru taiiKht me I he value or vrolM'r meuira 1 1 n
both loral and constitutional in the cur" of this
freat enemy of our race 1 have found It. Kut
am digrrsHSinK. 1 siarteU aut to aay to thoae
sutlVrinK with consumption or any nf Ihe above
n.aiaa.en, mat ir auureas ni me. triyinir symn-
tniu!, they ahall be put in ioasiou' of this
irreat boon, without charfre, awl ahall nave the
benefit nf my experience in thousand of raae
succeriuuv treatea. run particulars, direc
tion for preparation an J use, and advice and
inatruotiona lor succeasful treatmeut al Vour
own home, will be received by you by return
man, iTae oi cnarirt', ny nanregsinff
l'H. JUlt.N S. ULKNE IT,
Wily 1 CT .iftleriuii atreet iAiiusville, Ky
St. Charles Hotel,
ma: itmi 10 ihe mu
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor 'i . 00 Pur Day
Spaelsvl Rata br Weak or Month
A limited numtier or very desirable ininllv
rooiua can be aecured at ivaaonable rates tor the
The St. Charles U the larireet and best anixilnt-
ed House in Southern Illinois, and Is the leadina
Hotel in Lairo. .NotwIUi.tauilinK tha "Bid
Hock" reduction in irica, the table will, as
usual, be liberally supplied aith the very be
of evervthiux that can lie found in market .
Kina larjre aumple rooiua fur roiniuercial trav
elers , on around Door, lree of charge .
I f-a n iwrKaa-em ffiiehta conveyed to and Iron
the hotel without charge
.. k. tuvtvv,
t lianeery Notice.
Charles Thomas defendant is nntiMa.l ii.mi ..
March 17th, 177, Kannte Thomas coniplaiuanl,
tiled her bill in Chancery, in the Alexander
county circuit court. Mala of Illmni. ('... Hi.
vorceaud that said suit is now pendiiiK in said
court: '1 bat thereupon a numinous was iskiied
uuioi me cisrk'n omce or tall court UKaiual
you returnable ou the third Monday in May,
li77, to a term of aaid court then to be holdt n at
me court nous) iu talru la said county and
Dated Murch 27, 1877,
J. t. Miaver.romplainant's solicitor, CleiW
a itiiutratM Work fT
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