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CAIRO CITY BINDERY, tV. W. rVATT oo., Proprietors, BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, Dalletln Bullsllnar, Oor. Twelfth Stree KHdWuhU(tan Avenue, Onlroi XlllxiolM tfVMnntr and RailrnadWork a Specialty CAIRO rOETOFFlCE. Urnci Horns Krom 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; Sunday from 7 to 'J mm. Money Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Clow Amvcn. s m, r.M. a.m. r at. i:00 R:(W ' 1:00 i 8 v l:i ( Illinois Central U It Hi:w) IXiily. 10 30 I Miss. Ontral R It liailv. 10:00 (Cairo ft V inrenncs Hit Dull v. lU:buf Cairo, Arkinw Tsas It It Imil v K 00 ( Obi Hiver Route i I hilly ttr.'t Monday i .vim Kiver Home i tp, Hun. Tu. Krl J Uown.Tu.1hu r-at 00 I ( Thebes Knute I e (w Friday ft huturdny ( J. W. M Kkaki, I' M TIME CARD. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. TRAIUS LAAVB CAIRO ...11 :' p. ro ...... il:l' o in .ltu!y. Ksprws at ... n-iuht at , Knight at...... 4:00 a. m...Lxcept Sunday. :np. m.- " AKB1VB AT CAIRO J:M a in T)ily. ...... 1:4. p. ru.hxrepl KiUi'lay. , 7t'' D. m... " Fund-y. Mall at Kipmi at... frsinhtat. I'm LI a' i.1 li) m... . " HumUy. JAKES JOHNSON, Aa-ent. ST. L0UISJR0N MOUNTAIN & SOUTHERN R. R. TZDVUD OA TUP. Kxprs Imtm Cairo ilally f0 p. m, Kpr- arrives at ( airo daily ..4 :'u a. m. Accommodation IravH Cairo daily m. Ai'j-orntiioilation arrive daily (except buii'Uyl Il:a. m. CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R. TE.B SHORTEST SHORT LINE ST. LOUIS! 4 We Have Come to Stay!" tpilK train of tlii rompany mnnwt at wt A. Louis and KantM. LoiiIh, with a!l olln r lines tu lb .Nvrtti, In,t antl Hnl. TIMi; 8i UEI'ILK ImvM iro Arrive at St. Louis.. ") a . m ."pin. Leave Kant St. Louis S I'. a.m. Arriv at Cairo n p.m. J. I.. 1IIV Kf.KY, ;-nrrnl PiiiieriiilendcM. J. A. WK I t. Heneral l'a4ti-r Agent. W. II. M A KAIILANU, Airriit. CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R. TUB fcHOKTlvsT U'l:l In Evanaville, Indianapolis, Cincin nati and Louisville, Hl.NNINU Tllltol (ill llY 1.V I.Will 1'. 'I be Short, st aud tuicke-t l.lno to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Now Yorkc, M.kli)t; Close Connection Willi tl.e Fait M-il" t'J Hi" K.t-t. INPIAMArOI.1 ANIJ 1NC1MNATI EIrklJ... leaves t alr - ' "U Arrivtrs I arnti K ' Arrivi-a at V luociiiirji l.MX " VIA 8T. Uilll ANU BUtniMAilKkN HAILBOAD. ArrivM at KanTille W p m. VIA INHIAHAJ-OLIS AXU VISCESWH BAILHOAD. Arrifna at 1nilin.niolii l: -0 p. Tu. IA OUHJ A.VU MIHalitKlI'l-I IIAILMOAU. Arrive at North Vernon...... t:t p.ra ArriTcfi at Cim'innati - 1S '' at LouiavUle :1" ' C AtHO axrunii I.aves Inilianapolii 30 a m. 7:"' 7:W " - 1 45 p.m. i:lf 'J : a.m. . , 4:1.1 p in. V:40 " H. L. MORRILL, 1 -vt Cincinnati livvet Loumvlllf m. . Arrive at Vlni'rnnr larea VlncnnM lioavra E Minn VI lie Arrives at Curiui. Arrive at Cairo . ... F. A. MILLER, Urn' I'ui. Ajt't tifnt-ral Sup't -arur information relallva t rate and con utctious, apply to L. 11. l lit IUAI. I'aaa. AtfiTit 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,, 1 rvf'ilartT Mur-klM u4 1 -r.!W 'I'uHtiMj j bjiiLu &dJ th Cures nil formn cif PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SEXUAL D1S EASES Spermatorrhea antl Jwpotency, t tl. rttutl fcrf MriT at'Ufte tu ri-ii(b. rvu il i - M-ri in lurer rurt. r ttt;r cau. nl I'IMmii. Miutf-of ttf fol iUt vile t Net hi u :), tSt tini.lil V ima -!., ui.iit hi. ..!, Iv Jtwttfui. l);uib- 1-1 t. t-l. ' '-Mt M b ' rv. Pny. t AlU-fmr. PiMii,l...n r at e, Ar-wn t" ?u f w! tvrml.-, tui.ru-wu t f M I .Vxii I Potr. 4o.. rv.flt.T.tif H.rFii4f'' lmi.ro;- r -r unlni - r , t lU'-rclilv tin miA Syphilis 4 u-ua- tirvlf erlu U4 fruui i, iu; GoilOVrhea, GLEET "" m.tim. firm.. vf Kuj lui.,, Vtl-. ki.il uLUr i thai J hhI- klv curl It im fit 9-l 11 Ul-al lliytiiaU "P ilMt-Mi..H l a 4)fTtair. t-'lsai uf liiaa.-, ii't tri htiu Uiu-ault m.tiu- tlT. kjwir4w flvn imiJ lit- ii viu-n I4ooritui. ol prti W (RTCiiv. M hf k ! iiiit fe, tu1 -ultly I'jr runilur ArM u-litre. Cures Guaranteed iu all Coses Uart) rtwlilitoi04Wlfp"i(lt;itcaiUlcity tunUiiwiiUiti, A PRIVATE COUNSELOR (If wo iM, khi l ur JM. rcartlT wM, for tbiHr 4.lf ...Lfc Shiull ti. r.;id tr fcll. AJtlrtf.1 to. ott. Luuw fry, h.ii.w r. 11. guudm. imp. ARE PAID S3 "iwibleTinTine of duty, if by accident or otherwue. A WOl'SO of any kind, tha Iom of a l lnifer or T, or the lo of an Kye, Kl I. Tl'KK, if bat alight, givet pension. Diuiu of LUDK or Varicoaw Vein, give a pention. llOllHi Y.-H dischargad for wound, injunei or rupture, you get full boun ty, OA-Send it Stamps for copy of tension and Bounty Avis. Adilrets all letters to F. H. FITZ3ISALD, V. S. Claim Agent, Indlanap. Olis. Ind. Byoa all lettert mark P. O. liax S4.-M fNaOO l an't be inuittt vy every agent 909a?. ' everv nmmli HI tli llliiicf we lurnixh. hut those williilK to work ran easily tarn a dozen dollars a day ritdit in their own lo jtlitiaa. Have no mom tu explain here, Mum iea pleamiut and honorable, Women. Iioya Aii'l Ki'ls do as well as men. will turmoil you a complete outflt free. The biibinesa pay. tetter than anything eloe. We will l .xnMfOl' atnrlintf you. 1'arliculurg fite. Wiite aud Kai aieni and luucbauiiu, their sons and daughters, and all rlaHwsiu need ol payiiu; ivork at home, sbou Id wrila to u eaj-n all about tha work at on. Now la the time 1 u't dcijy.il ildtsus Xuvs.VA Co.AiiKUSt, Maier, VOL. 9. WASHINGTON LETTER. Srm lnr Itny llie Muprnlr A ilrlaTliliiK t'nrnltnl-lifnrlh or l'tlil. Ml 5lrva-l4or. lllilrn l Tnh up I in Hniiltnrii In Washington It h yea to ilrni the 4iiifkt urUrnHt nil lhn l,n In I'oaaraalon of lh VMiMe llonie on I lie 4)lli of March. I Krom our regular Correspondent ) I'.tUAttKAlJI.K WF.A11IF.lt. Tli lirst ).iy of W7 was rcinnrktiMe j fir audi a mow as lias been rarely gft-n : in thit latitude, arid, tluriti)? the weok, el lri liiv! almot univrrsally taken tho Jilaco dl wlietlud vehicles. Ytatcrduy ihi ri' wa an impromptu. BI.MlilllVn CAHMTAb On IVnnfjiyaiiia aventie. 1 ho tliitti' t comuiiioticri! hail giv'" their conwiit to the piort, aii'l a division ol tin; police had !?en iletni !;! fo keep ordr. '1 hotu tuking art in the procession were ex pected to he In rna.-querado eofetunip, but Uii psrt ol the projrranie wan riot strictly adhered to. Indeed it wa not to 1)0 loippoKed that our Washington belles would fnrrjro such an opportu nity to display tlisir artistic luces and bleached hair. Many of them were out. panoplied in all their dazzling beauty. About three o'clock the nia'uera'ler began to make their appearance, and as sleigh alter sleigh dashed past each with it freight ol grotesque and rainbow hued humanity, the avenue presented an appearance of great gaiety, and fun and merriment prevailed everywhere. The sides ol the streets were thronged with i.clfrtriiun who fecim-d to derive almost as much pleasure, in ti role of spectator, as the tnaeueradcra theut-4clvi- From the '1 II F.AM' It Y TO T1IF. CAI'ITf.I.. '1 lie avenue was crowded with Mcigh ol every description, Irom the graceful swan-like cutter, to lbe barrel or dry good box box mounted on cluiu'y run ners. Con-iijcuous 'among tho devices rexorted to by the nias'iueraders toereate laughter, was a HbUaux ricaut cariciia turiii' the I.0l lIAXA P.FTt ltlMi riOAlil). 1 his coiifikted of a primitive sled in which were seated four m-n, their faces blackened with fork, busily engaged with the return. Hut the most laugh able rif was a tandem team counting of a ranniiated mule and a venerable horse, draw lug a log of wood mounted on lour alantlng hickory eticki l!xd in i pair of wooden runner-'. Astride wore a plug hat. a pair of sicctailes and hoop-kirt-, nothing else iu hit grotesque mike-ui au desi-iibable. fnder the sad eyed mull.- was hung a lartru dinner bell. 1 he pliiltif-ophle lenst trudged along with no piide of aneetry or hope fit posterity," followed by an unhappy spec linen of hi nobler relation, upon whose back wa sea'ed another curious nonde script. Two riili' ious fpeciineiis of hu manity Id-strode the log, with tlt-ir f'i-et scraping th- mow. 'J'he one in the rt-ar represented a f it woman hngtrhig her eonipanion in lront, in order to keep an ipuilibrium, or ptrhaps from afleetion. ."-hout.sol liiughter greeted this most ab Furd ol iuriiuts a it moyed tlowly along the avenue. The many handsome euiiipagea were 0BJ:t'l"n OF SI niT.ISK to those w ho saw them, for it was not known that Washington couM aflord so Hue a Uiiplay ot sleighs. Une or two four hore cuturi were noticeable, though the smaller ones, more beautiful iu de sign, and more graceful in structure, at tracted fully a much attention and com ment. Later in the day when the de partments poured forth their living streams of tired government clerks, the avenue was crowded as it has not been fcir.ee thu presidential inauguration. There is but little st; ws OF A I'OMTICAL CiUKACTER That will not have reached you by tele graph before you receive this. Just new the talk U about a new presidential elec tion, but that it will result in more than talk, it 1 Impossible to preilict. U is said that ex-Governor Tilden will soon make his permanent rtsldciiee In this city, occupying a suit ot rooms in one of the large hotel. It Is also reported that Governor Hayes w ill, before the Jtli ol March, brcamo tht truest ot I 'resident (runt at the White House, and that after the 4th of March he w ill have the van tage of possession, and be maintained thero IF NEED HE, 11V l OUCl.'. There aru other resolutions suggested, such as the vice-president's holding over. Indeed, every man that can obtain space in the papers, seems to have a panacea for the national Ills. Meanwhile we wait and watch and pray, until the 11th ot February and the 4tlt ol March, which, like time and tide, wait for neither men nations. C. - Tin: Carbondalo Oberver that has had many diflcrent hands "to the fore" dur ing Its existence of not many years, has again changed owners, this timo going into tho possession of two young gentle men of the Ilawkcye state. The paper shows that its new managers have had experience as editors and printers. Tiik Springfield eorresponlent ot tho Chicago Tribune wrote to his paper under date of the 5th, ''that tho Democratic member of flie legislature were remark ably quiet while awaiting tho action ol tiie Independents, but it was noted as elgniileant, that several of the Democratic leaders had expressed llieir preference for I.ogau oyer any uncertain Independent." Ofi&o, S-vallatla. X3Lll4.laLff. Comi Twelfth Btxoot anl CAIRO, ILLINOIS. - i.irTi.r jon-fstr ntvc-ipoRT. n Last winter when the Democratio honae of congress was up to its eyes and j ears Investigating the corruptions of Judical olllce-holders, suspicion was 0! rected towards .lohn I. Davenport, ft milliarly known as Little Johnny l)av enport," Inspector of elections In New York city. It was afllrmed that he had drawn heavy gums ef money from the government ostensibly for the purpose ol "inspecting elections," keeping a isharp look out for false registering, and pre venting illegal voting generally. He was summoned before an investigating committee at Washington, which, when his 'examination was over, was morally certain that he was a defrauder of the people's money.aditthonest servant bleed ing the public treasury in company with a horde of assistant, and giving in return merely the semblance ot official duties. Hut he had the whole strength of tin? Kepubliean party at his back. including the President himself, who was warm in his denunci ations of tho Democratic a'tempt to blacken the good name and cripple the work ot honest Johuuy, whose faithful Republican nose had scented innumerable Democratic intended election fraads, had nipped them in the bud and bad thus re duced tho Democratic majority iu New York City by thousands and thousands of votes. Aud so Johnny returned to New York, secure in the trood opin ion of the President and all good Repub licans. That was last winter. At the last pres idential election, the city of New York gave a large Democratic inaiority, and shortly aler the meeting of congress, i.t,i.p.r rumors began to be circulated among leading ncpuoucans that honest Johnny Davenport had sold the Republi can party in New York city to Sir. Til den! An investigation was proposed; a congressional committee was sent to New York, and but for the want of money on the part of the Republican members to prosecute inquiries'. Fays a veracious correspondent of the Chicago Tr'ibnnc, "it would have been demon strated thai Mr. Davenport 'sold out' to Mr. Tilden. and that the one hundred and twenty-five thousand Increase of Democratic vote? in New York city was the result of tho bargain ;"' and that further, "leading Republicans iu New York city would not be apt to suggest Mr. Davenport for any Influential place."' I So much for Republican honesty. He- J lislied lit the Radical press that owing to theellorts of John I. Davenport and his assistants in securing a fair registration, a lair election w as assured in the city ot New York. Hut as soon as the result showed an overwhelming majority for Mr. Tilden, the party began to cry fraud. A fair th etion, to ti e Republican under standing, meant a victory fur the Republican ticket, and the laviidi nuns ot money paid to Johnny Davenport were paid to him to bring about such a result. Haying tailed, the party demands his official head, and will get It. Till: m:w toi.i Mr: sir the i.iv- I.SU AUK. The number ot Tht Living Agt lor the week ending January Oth begins a new volume and new year ol that standard periodical. In this volume George Mae Donald's able serial, "The Marquis of Lossie," will be continued from advance sheets ; a short and charming story trans lated lor Tht Lit'mg Aye from the French of Kmile Sou vest! c, and a sketch by Ivan Turguenief, will be given in early num bers ; and during the new year choice fiction is expected to appear from the pens of MissMuloch, Katharine S. Mac quoid (author or "Patty") William lilack (author of "The Princess ot Thule,") Anthony Trollop?, and oilier leading novelists of Great Britain. In science, politics, theology and general literatue, the very Importaut contributions to cur rent literaturo by the ablest writers of Kurope, and especially of Great Britain, w ill continue to be presented in The Lie iiy Aye with a satisfactory completeness elsewhere unattempted. The beginning ot a volume is an excel lent time for the beginning of a subscrip tion, aud the publishers etill present to new subscribers for 1S77 the six num bers of 170, containing the first instal menu uf Muc-DoikiIlI's "Maruilii of Lossie." To every one who would keep abreast of the best thought of the time the periodical is in fact almost a neces sity. With Utty-two numbers of sixty tour largo pages each (or more than 3,000 pages a year) tho subscription price ($S) is low, while for $10.50 the publishers oiler to send any one ol the American $4 monthlies or weeklies with 77i Living Age for a year, both post paid. Littell & Gay, Boston, are the publishers. Gov. Hi:vkkiih;k did a rushing busi ness pardoning criminals the last week of his tenure of oflice. 81 x persons were released from tho penitentiary, among them nn Alexander county man, sent to Juliet in 1S74 for larceny. $ $ n'jj' & $ $'&; To Worsting t'l-sM. W are now prepared to I'liruisU ail cladu-a with, constuut em ploy mrut ut Uoiui-, the whole of the time, or lor their spare momeiiis. liiuiuw. aew, light and protitutiW. l'.iHont ol eitlii-r in easily euru irom ooeenta to $" )wr evening, aud a propo tionul sum by tlevotmK Ibeir whole time totli liusiueas. Hoy, ard Ktls earn murlyas muc h u nun. That all who ,ee this notice may send their ailtf , uud let the busiueee we make this unparalleled olfi-r: lo sucli as are not well sails-lit-d will teud one dollar tu iay fo the trouble vf writing- particulars, sumples worth several dollars to commence work on, aud a copy of Hume aud Kireside, uue of the Inncot and be.t iliu.truted imbllcAtiuui, all sent free by mail. Iteadcr, iffiu want ermaneiit. profltable work, Okuhu rTissoa A t o, Port and, Maine, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1877. lnt RAS F.. INSURANCE. 3 AFFORD, MORRIS AND CANDEI Ueoeral- Insurance Agent 73 OHIO LEVEE, City national Baak Building, up-iUiri. 7h Oldest Eatabllahad Aumcy in South 3 era Illinois, representing o-ir 85 OOO 000 FIRE, LIFE INSURANCE. THOS. J. SERTE jreneral Insurance Agt. Agent Tor St. Louis Fire iasuiu. ABsett8, $346,478.00. German of Freeport. Illinois, AsuettH, $400,000.00. Germania Life of New York, A8setts, $7,000,000.00. 1 respcctrully solicit a share of publlt patronage. Office iu the Alexander County Bank. tf FIRE AND LIKE INSURANCE. Policies are issued on the mot favor able terms by HKKv waLLB, rlr.M ItiL .None lint Noiinil unit lloneat Com- aiil-s Kvir-ve-utMt. l.-VI JiC 1-1 tf la the Alexander County Bank, CAIK't, ILLINOIS. IA1. Coal Coal. PITTSBURGH. PARADISE, MT. 0ARBON(Blg Muddy) AB PEYTONA OANNEL COAL Orders for Coal by the car-load ;,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment jromptiv aiienaca to. toTTo Urge consumers and all manufacturers, we are prepared to supply any quantity, by the aaonin or rear, at uniiorm rates. CABO CXTT COAL COMPANY. rf-HalliilayBro.'e office, No. "0 Ohio Levee. T"HalridayBro. 's w hart boat. l-At Lfliiltn Mills, or IJ-At tlie Ual Dump, foot Of Tbuty-Eijfhth S'reet ICfPoBt OfficeDrawer. Vm. PatentsU in the t'nlled CaiibVila, and tu eiuia as low as auy other rrlia- ou.e. Ixjrre.-iiiin det invled iu the Ku- linh and foreign anguaire, witn inventors, A t t irneys at Imw, and uther-toliciitors, eMpeciall w th thoxe who have hiul "avir cHe n-jwteil in thehaiids ol other uttoruc a. In rejected rases our fees are ruaonable, am Jio churfe is iiiuite uiueoa vve are suu-essiui. ( T If you wants pat- I . Aa ut,seiid us a mode InventomiisH examination at the patent $, and It we think it patentable, will seud yul paier, and advice, and prosecute your case. Jur fee will be iu or dumry csues, S'. Ill ,)ntl or vritten ln niatttra fett, Ex-ColumlsBlouerofPateuts, leveland, Ohio; U. 11. pulley, Esq., Sec'y Nalionul t.rsuge, Louinvill'. Ky . ; Coiiiiuodor l'an'l Aminen, V. 8. N., taihlu0kin, 1). O. t-Send (itamu for our "tiulde lor obtain lu I'ateuts," a uook of 40 pages Aildresa : I.oiiU ItMKKvr sV Co., Solid tors of ratents, Wasbiuirluu, 1. C. 14-7-daw-U CENTENNIAL EEDUCTI0N IN ADVERTISING. Three thousand, two Imnilred ami fifty dollar! Aorth of uewspuner udveru.lliir. ut uubli.hvr-' Ktes. ntu for 7iJ. and a thine months' note n-epled iu paymeut from advertisers of re.;on. 'lillltv. A printed list, if i viu&r nmou. i-immi-r Jlual daily and Weekly cin-ululioo and schedule ii ui aoveriisin., seiii irce tu any uililitwe lppiyiu oeo. r. Kowell S. Co., New. paper A ,K -.-. i n r A ......... A I Is . V. I, . . V -.- 'Wasfelneten Jrr HOTKLftV St.Oharles Hotel, FHICES REDUCES 70 SUIT THS TIKES Room and Board, 1st and 2d Floors, $2,50 per Day. Room and Board, SI Floor 2 .00 Per Day Speole.1 Rtee 1y Week or Homtth. A limited Buraimr or Very desirable lamlly rooms can be secured at reasonable rates tor tht Summer months. Ihe St. Charles is the largest and best appoint ed House in Southern Illinois, and la the leading hotel in Cairo. .Notwithstanding the "Bed Kock" reduction in prices, the utile will, as usual, be liberally supplied with the very best of everything- tbst can be found in market. l ine larire sample rooms for commercial trav elers, on (-round floor, frseof charre. CfAll bagKMreofffuvet conveyed to and lroro the netel without charge. C. R, r.ttSEST. -16-tf ProAirietor. VARIETY NTORE. Tew-York Storo WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. XaiXSO9t VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY. Goods Sold very Close. Corner 10th St. and OommerctsU At, CAISO. ILLINOIS C. 0. PATIER & CO. STRATTON & BIRD, Wholesale Grocers And Commission Merchants AOBNTS AT2ERIOAN POWDff OO 57 Ohio Ii-eee. G. D WILLIAMSON, Wholesale Grocer AnJ Dealer In BOAT STORES, Commission Merchant, Ne. 76 OHIO LEVEE. Ctl'ECAL attentioi irlvun tooonsignuienU and O nillua onlera Enterprise Savings BANK. CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869 CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO orrit'iu : A. B SAFFOItn. President, ti 8 TAYLOR. V ice I'resident. W. UVSLOH. beo'T aud Treiumrer. onutcTOug : B ABC'LAV, CBA8. GaLIOUBR, bTM KrLru, PulU 8cui'u, Clmni.nuhaai . 11. L. Hallway, i. M. PHILLtr. P.W. r. M . II. 11 TNTEKESTnaldondetiosiu at tbe rate of six 1 percent per annum, March Island Septeni xrlKt. Interest not withdrawn ia added iuime 1 lately to the principal of the drposlU, thereby tiviuit inem coiiinouim miereet Married Women and Children may Deposit money and no one else oan draw it. Open every buamessday rromda in. to S p.m. a J Muturdsy eveninii for savings deposits only rom o to u clock. W. HYSLOP. Treasurer. Itro.H, I'resident. NcU'. Vic i'roa't. II. Wells, Cuhier. T.J. kertn, As.t. asU'r mm m mi, Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Street OAIHOi IZiXiS, pintcToits. llross, (Vrro. Wm. Kluge, Cairo. Wiu. W olle. Cairo. SiiBanka, Cairo. It I.. Hillingsley, t. 1-ouls- liuder, t airo U. Vells, tairo. K. II. rtrlulauan. M. Uiais. .1. Y . ClesuiHai, Calodnuia. A Beral HnuklnK nnelneas Hone. kf-Kxcliatiire -old and Ixsught Interest paid iheKMvinrs Ik, uirtment. ollecttuna iiutue, nd all bu.iues. uruiuptlr attendeit to. THE City National Bank CATJIO, ILUN03. CAPITAL, - $100,000 ornokHS W. P. HALI.1DAY. President. IUCNRY L. IIAIXIUAY, ViosPreai. A. It, KAFrOKH, CasbitS. WAt.' J h BVbLOP. Ass' I Caehlef, 1IKKCT0B8 t 8. DTAATD TATLOB, K II. CPrTVlr 11 L. Hauubav, W. P. Ifsti.iOAT, U. 1. WlUIUAMSiiB) 8TKPHKM lliKD, A . 0. BArroun. Exohange, Coin and United State woods iiougnt ana soia. DEPOSITS mielved end fensnil tsaftlng bus i ne a uu ti j 'j l j . .tmswsea- l L a!J a.ss.' puia to seol Aavnta. Airr I"'" NO. 7. WAUOXR. CARL PETERS, HORSE SHOER, BLACKSMITH Wagon Maker, SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE. KsLnufWoturex, his own Hors, BkMs and osm Assure Ow4 Work. PATRONAGE 8OLI0X TED BUI JLIUl-OR IIEAI.KRS. R. SMYTH & CO., Wholesale ami Uelsll Di-alers in ' Foreign Domeatio WI2VKN OF A I.I, KIN UN, No. 00 Ohio Levoe, CAIRO. ILLS. MESPRf . sjrmi A CO. have soneUntlv Isrre stock ot the befit Roods in the n.sr ket, and s-ive especial attention to lbe wholesale ran oh of the businesa. PAIXT AND OILS. Uualersln Paints, Oils, Varnisnea, iVall Paper, Window Glass, Win aow onaaos, tsc. Always on bsnl. the celebrated illuminating ACltOKA OIL. Corner Eleventh Street end Washfns; ton Aveau, A BOOK FOR THE MlLLlOlt Marriogo' A rrivtw CoMlnrl.tH M.rri.4. f Uiom llwl W Guide. murli ml MIWdH i teuwt lltwv-rl-ilB Ui. KlMo. gl r.prluB, praMrvtl-, rbu 1. u lDWr.U.t m-s wr iv. n..ilr ..a nrry mm, ea n,miir.iit MersfflD,., tiiil eoot las vu.uiw alvrmMiuttt tor wm wbo .r. ai rrlM or Mi.uinpl.t. mr rasn: .oil u Is . boos uu u k. k.pi utter kat ltd Srr, ui UM Left Mr.lM.lf .ImhiI Ol- bouM. 11 (Mat in. ui. .rf-nko. end M.to. of a ...fidisa am rMBUUtu U wnrld ..4 .hould b. I. lb pr.. v.i. tsmww of.rary SM1...4 fak.l. UwisSool UM.our, Smb.. It ai.raM v.r.ouas .. Ui. sucji or u st.r uvt .7. una u.t I. worta AuKlas, A Back ISM is M publUvbM I. .a, olb.r wurk. e ai m M, m, nn, pwa , tot rmy . -nw. A44rH Or. tonus UUlwUMrr. Kl. i tt. KuuOl SUaS at iws, a. Notice le the Afflicted ana Uafortunsts. tHm uolvlae I tb. anurloos iivti h a4.mli. a Enbll. fpmrt, or atlo, mnj vuicl rvBdiM. iwriM. Dr. uiu wurk. ao m.tjr -a.l yvur sIsmm la w a 41 four MsdIUoa. pr. Bun. Me.pl a Srabi. smm f le mv-srv.. rw-is( Is la4orM4 br sm. of lb. ojmi Ml.br.u4 bm. JimI prorM sor. -T tSIs M..lrT as4 Hsr-M, ..4 MB b. mbiuIu4 Srr. BuOAUr M bV Bi.ll. OB Wl.ll.MSi Bl.BtlOO4 lo bit Vnrkf, ptho. u4 p-rtur. H'i1 North A ishts) o it, bn.i-l u i ut CbM.ul. St frlU. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral For Piaeases of the Throat and Xrungs, auch at Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Con sumption. Mentation t Vina attaert. In consequence of the marvellous cures it Las produsefl during tno iai nun tury, U a sumuieai. iiasuniiitiw .v u publlc that it wilt continue to realize the happiest results that can be desired. In almost every section of country Ihere are persons, publicly known, who have been restored from alarming ami t'veu desperate diseases of the luns, ly its use. All who have tried t ac knowledge Its superiority ; and where Us virtues are known, no ouc hesitates as to what medicine to employ to re lieve tho distress and rufferlng peculiar to pulmonary affections. Chekry Pko toral always affords instant relief, aud performs rapid cures of the milder va rieties of bronchial disorder, tu well as the more formidable diseases of tho lnnrre. As a safeguard to children, amid the distressing diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of Childhood, It U Invaluable: for. bV its timely US0, multitudes ure rescued aud restored to health. This medicine calns friends at every trial, as the cures it U consUntV iiroducing are too remarkable W W fun-rotten. No family should be wiU- out it, aud thoso who have ace useu it oevr wllL t . - Eminent rhyslclana through country prescribe u4 1 often recommend It froo' edge oflts effects. -vw,,'i "au., -tlcej Clksmuu. V T t S I b. 'BSBSV CENTEIsTTIAL EXHTfimOIf niiLADKLrniA, pa. This irreat International Eihlhltlon, d signed to oomraemorate tb ona buadrsdUt anniversary of Amerlean Indepeadenee. opened May loth, and wiU aloes Aovsmber loth, is.tt. All tiie nations ef th world nd all tho states and UrrttoriM erf th4 Un l-m sre partioiDating in this wenderful de monstrstion, bringinfr together lbs moat comprehensive collection cl art treasures, mechanical InvenUona, scientific dlsoover fries, msnufaoturimr achlv-i.nt. mi---. I l st'ecirnena, anrj agricultural products I tzer exhibited. The trronnrla rl.vnt-4 m the exhibit on are eituaied on the line ef the 1 ennsylvania Railroad and embrace 4.0 acres of ralrmount Park, all hl.hly im proved and ornamented, en which are erected the largest building ever construe- wa nve ot iiiese covcrinft an area of fllty acre and cos'.ing 15.000,000. The total number of buildings erected for the pur poses of the exhibition is near two bun. dred. During the thirts dnye Imnedlately lonowillK in, upeillDg oi me exDiDition million and a quarter ol people visited It. THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD THS GEEAT TRTOK LXMC AMD , - FAST MIL ROUTE OF THE U.S. Is the mos. direct: OsOTiTiti!Pll t Anil Arnnntn. ical way of reaching Philadelphia and this great Exhibition from all sections of the couutry. Its trains too aud Irom Philadel phia will pass throufih a frand Centennial depot, which the company bas erected at the main entrance to tbe Exhibiting grounds for the accommodation of passes- ?;ers who wl.h to stop at or start from the luracroui large hotels contiguous to this Biauun anc me a.xnitnuon a convenience ol tbe greatest value to visitors, and afford ed exclusively hy the PenmrylTrnla Rail oad, which is the only line running direct o the Centennial buildings. Excursion rains will also stop at the Lnratnpmentof he Patrons of llunbandry, at Lira Station on this road. The Pennsylvania Railroad is tbe grand est railway organixatlon in the world, it controls seven thousand miles of roadway, forming continuous lines to rhlladelphle, New York. Ualtiinore, and Washington, over which luxurious day and night cars are run from Chicago, fit. Louis, Loulsvl'le, Cin cinnati, Indianapolis, columbus, Toledo, Cleveland and Krio wtthous change. its main Uue is laid wlte double and third tracks of heavy steel rails'.upon a deep bed of broken stone ballast, end its bridgns are all of iron or stone, its passenger trains are equipped with every kcotvn Improve ment for comfort and safety, and are run at faster speed for greater distances thn the trains of any line on the continent. The company aas larirefy increased its iulp inent lor t'edtennial travel, awd will be pre-paj-ed to butlit i-n Us own shops, at short noiiru iuiuuu-uv w iuiiv aocuinmoiiaiv any any extra demand. The unequalled re sources at the command of the company t 'he company guarantee tho most perfect accommodations for all its patron durtng the Centennial Exhibition. The magmncent scenery for whfch the Pennsylvania Railroad is so lustly celebra ted presents to the traveler over Its perlcct roadway an ever-ehanslnr panorama ot river mountain and lgndscape views tine uualitd in America. Tho eating stations on this line are tin surpassed. AlealswiUbe furnished at suit able hours and anpla time allowed lor en joving them. Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will be sold at all the prlneipul railroad ticket offices In tho Wct, Korthwest and Bonth- west,. Bo snre that your tickets reaJ v(ajj.,c UreatPer"'-''" " vj v. . . Jv2-w7ru tt.t iiOYD. Jr.. Administrator's flotlre. Kstate of ifese Ulasvow, deceased The undersigned, having been appointed administrator of the estate of Jer.e UIhs gow, late of tbe county of Alexander and Stato ot Illinois, deceased, hereby give no tice that ho will appear before the county court of Alexander county, at the court houe ln Cairo at tho February teiui, on thf third Monday in February next, at which time all persons having claims avslnst said estate are notified and re- auestud to attend for the purpoveof bavlmr 10 same adjusted. All per ions indebted to said e i-l ate -tv requested to make Imme diate payment to t.!ie undersigned. fiutecl.iirU dav of December, A. D. liTC. F.i.us M, lii.ASUOW. 12-28-wGt Administrator. Trustee's KMe. Whereas, Joseph McKenzle and bis wife did, on the 19th day ot August, 1873, exe cute, acknowledge and deliver to ine a cer tain deed of tru.t, now of record in the recorder's oince of Alexander County, in book C2 of tiui-t deeds at page 270, and also did on tbe 8t el duy of October, 17S, in like manner c xecute, acknowledge and deliver to me another deed of trust, now of record in the recorder's oflice of said Alexander County, in hook tj ol trust deeds at page 271), both ot which were given to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, exe cuted by the ,aid Joseph McKenzle to Mary J. AlcDoriNld. And whereas, default has beeu made in tbe payment of said promis sory nolo, now, therelere, 1 give notioo tint by virtue of tbe power given mo by .aid deed of trust, 1 wilt on the 1Mb day of January, 1877, at the hour of 11 o'clock, a. m... of said day, at the court house door in the city of Cairo, County of Alexander and Hate of Illinois, sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, lor cast), tbe following described lots, situated iu said city ot Cairo, to wit; Lots tLlrty-three (Ml, thirty-tour (841, filtecn lt), and .Ixteen (16). in block fifty-three (S3), being tho same', granted, brralned atd sold to me in trust, as aforesaM, by said deed of trust The purchaser will be entitled to a deed Immediately. Dated December 18th, 187U. JAtlKS Y. CLKMBON, Trustse. glMl'KLl'. Y?I1KI.EK, w-M Attorney tor Trustee Trustee's Sal. Wneretis, sn the Mb day of Jul v. A. P., lrf7S, Ilearv Mavo ami Catharuw Mayo, nia wile. riecuted and delivered to the undersigned foe the purpose of securing tbe payment of a certain promtaery uote therein nieniioaka, a irusi ieea to the lollowinx described premises, lo-Wit: The north-west quarter ol Ihe sotith-esst quarter aud the soulh-wesi quarter of the anrth-raat quarter and the south half of the north-west quarter of the norlu-easl quarter, all lying ana neiBf la section seven, towsnhlp nilu n , ra-ge two, west of Ihe third irlncuial meridian in Alexander i ounty, Ulinoi.; aua whereas, default lias been uiale In the payment ot said note. Iow. uiere tuie in pursuance of the authority contt-rred ly said trust deed. I will tell the aboe dewiTlned prellii.es at public vendue, In 'he lii(rlicst biitder foresail iu haml. at Ihe court bouse door, lutb city of Cairo in sairt AU'ssnder County, llbseis cn Monduy, the Mil day o Jasiuury, A. M Iietw ecu tbs hours of ten o'clock s in. , si n Bvs o'clock p.m., of mid duy, said sale to I without redemption' TuoatAS AIas"' w-4w. 1 ITiistee. Morlgsigee's Whereas, Charles D. Arter and fliaaaVT Arter, bis wife, by their cettatn sslifcTder. L'Bt'o. executed and delivered te Uwer, A. . . .1.1. I . . . r. . Iu..li.l. described P"UTtyirVl7'ul8 (31), in l.er.d thirtjw S and w" ,,B.lb rtt7 ofcsiort, iu pu..;--' . aotei in hand in the eit-. without . r.deiVttoS lo ti Jwuarya. lS7;utdr,'e'- fsgte stoned, on iuo mj v"-"""-l a U. 1875, did. for the pus-tisrf " mentioned, eertain prouiteory Botoa foilowln, mnrtlTBL'e to tho uwf.T"1 LoU nuur