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LLlNOlS CENTRAL 11AK0AI),
tKAINS UAVK CAIJ
WIH.. . ......WO A.m.,.,, Daily,
ffifk 0&.m., ...oxtoptHunflay
rriijfht at tao'v.m.l "I
KxprcM frtilt train Icarm lally,excrpt Hat
unlay at 8 n. m.
AIUMVK AT CAIKO.
Mall at .1:30 a.m., ........Daily
Eipreis at 26 p.M.,..,. except Monday
rnisrni ai i;ou B.m.,.excepi KOBOsar
rretKiit at lo;or. p.m., except ihindey
freight at 7.-00 p.m......
Express fruit train arrived dally excf lit Sim
Uiiy at 10::S0 a. m.
1M 12.17-lf. .Tamkh .Tormmn, Agent.
IUK OAIKO AND VINOJtNNKS
CAIRO TO JINCINNATI AND LOUM
( I"" and alter .Juae, 7th passenger lrlti
nut run uaiiy except nunuay an loliow
.atro, leave 0:10 a. m.
lenna, arrcvo,...,.,,, ,7SI
llarrlsburj;, arrive , , tiM
Norris City, arrive , lo:IS
t'arml, arrlie,' io:.vi
J ray ville, arrive um
i. uarmei,arrivc ,, n,0 v. at.
vioeriiiie .arnvo 1:10 "
" Union lit. arrlv ... leio.
' leave 1:11
Cincinnati, arrive MX) "
Cairo, arrive j!0:03 1'. M.
Vienna, arnva fr.Vt '
llarrlnburanltf 7:02 "
NorrlsClty, arrlvo (l.-o.'i "
Caruil. arrhc, r;:tn
GrayvlUe, arrive 4:11! "
lt. Carmel, arrhe Arno "
Vlaeetuiei. leave 2:M
" Union Depot, learn i!:4.'. "
Cincinnati, leave 0:W a. m.
ImiiIivIIIc, leave "
At Carnit with St. Loul" and Southeastern
trains to and trouiEvausvllle and point weit;
Leaving Cairo bi)0 a. tl.
Arriving In Kvamvllle UM v. u.
leaving " UiU '
Arriving In Cairo lOi'A "
At Vlncennea with Otilo and Mississippi
railway tor Cincinnati and Uoulsvllle, and
all peinU east and nett;vrltb Indlanap
olli mad Vlncennei railway lor
Indianapolis and all point north,
ait and weit; with Kvamvllle and Craw,
lordivllle railway for Kvanivllle,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all polnte north, tail
At florrle City with tho SpHoirtleld
aad Illinois Southeastern railway tor Mian,
nsstown and .Springfield, III., and points
At Cairo with the Mlsetnlppl Central,
and' Habile and Ohio, Tor all point aouth;
wltht'alro, ArVamas and Texa,for all point I
isi Arkantas and Texan.
MaCKD OITT ACCOM Hon ATIOV.
Leaves Cairo H:Ki A. M.
" Mound City u:l&
M. II. Uooduicii, Uen'l Ticket Ag't.
HT. LOUIS AMD MUX MOU.NTIAX
A5D SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Omnibuaei arrive at and depart from the
offire tonier Baventh itreet aud Coiiiiilor
clal Avenue a IoIIowk :
ThronichexpreM, leaven 12 noon, arrive
10 p. in.
Charleeton Accommodation, loaves W.-OQ a.
li. aadf:43p.ui. ,
Charltoa Acomaniodatlon, arrhes, 10:30
. i., aeid i:if p. tu
Tlaw o aK poisU in Tcxn and Arkuu-
TWa.VTV"-lOUIt llbunn ...... -
T line from Calm to Little Itock Kl hour
To Trxamina 22 houn.
To JctTor.oii, Tt'Xaa, 25 hour,
l o Marhall20 hour.
To HhreveiHirt, Louliiaiia, 2ti hour?.
To Dallai, Texan, :K hour..
To llearne, Texan, 3d hour.
To TToaston, Toxai, 4 1 bourn.
To Ualvoiton, Texaa 44 hour.
D. Axtxll, Chief Kngineer.
C. V. llKCtUKMIIOtlltU. AKCUt. Cairo,
veel aiawli 81.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, UAIHO
A, B. BAVrOUD. PrMtdeat;
H. h. TAYLOR. Vloe-Frealdant:
U. UY8LOP, SeoreUry and Traaiurar
f h, guoui, Oaaa. Uiuauaa,
. m. inunifi. Paul O. Bonen.
K. M. 0aauBaa, U. T. Uaixuai,
4, aa. mum
I UIUIL HIUUIl. HUth lllUd MClUD'
(tr iu, UUtmI mot withdrawn la added Ian.
crlaAaly to the (iriaolpal at UtpailU, Ikarabr
aulas taaaa eompouaa nww.
MABJUBB WOMB AMI) 0HILUB MAT
THE CITY NATIONAL
Wl r. UAUilUAT, Fresl Jaali
HatHBT U. ALL1DAT, Vio-lrMUeal
A. B.aAVI'OmU, Oaahlerl
WALTXR HfBLOF, Aaaltltn OaibUp
IHAAM Tavlob, Hoaaav u. ueaaiauaAB,
rilUAiatoa, Draraaa niaa
A. V. OAftoas.
BliaaeTt O9 Oaatad Htatoe
BtoMBji BV until ill Bel.
USfOaiTd raeelved, aad
a laaeral banking
fc'IRST NATIONAL BANK
B. W. UlLLBU, l'r,jenL
J.H. rBiiurs, tVlee-PrMident,
CBAi. COHNINOHAM, CaSM4r,
. OLLBOTIONB PKOUlTIiY MAliB,
mbiAUw llaa BaBoalae
H. A I R
Htreot. between Waihliigtqu and
ke Ui) flic Civil
Vaiiik(uok; June!, Tlioclvll rllit
bill tenia ui thli nmriiirii! ai unlliitibi d
builnrtr. tbil motion of (Juu, Uutlur IhIiil.
pondiiir toauatm'nd tbo rutei and rulur
the bill uw on tDo itikot'i ll,ln tn ilm
juuioiaryconitimifto, with losvo to roport
atanytlmn. Vory littlo aicitemont wm
... ... ....
provoxeu wuen tbn bill rm im but
verybady waa rexlly 0atha alert. It
wat very uviauut, liwaor that ...j rn.
publicum bad no heart in tlio inaltur ami
inerelv votiid in the allirmatlvo n. n iikcu
of convenient hypooruy which could not
be eaillr avoided. On tbo Ucition of
inconding Hutlor'i inotijn, tberu wero 1 73
ayui to 70 noei, many republicans nut
voting. On taking of the quettlon on tbo
reiolutlonaby ayoi and naya, the votu
itood UC nyoi to 8(5 noei, and at there
wai not two'lhirdi the motion of Mr. liut
ler wai loit. Hotuo nine or ten democrats
wero out of their plaoei, ono of whom
Mr. HoborU. of Now Vork city . rarolv
vondeicendi to be nreient In tbo boue.
Air. Creamer and Mr. Jlarnurn, for a
wonder, were In tbdlr place, -and voted.
A few ropubllcani, and Motirr. Thorn.
burg, Butler, of Tenneneo, ISrouberg, of
Alabama, Harmon, of Ten nemo. Houcli-
ton, of Colorado, Lowndei, of Maryland,
l'helpi, of New Jcnoy, Scnor and Tbornai
of Virginia, Htanard, of Minourl, Sraltb,
of North Carolina, Btralt, ot Michigan,
Wilton, of Maryland, voted in the nega
tive. A great many republicans failed to
vote. It is generally ariumod to-day that
tbaro Is no chancrfor the bill thineilloa,
and with ordinary caro and vigilance on
the part of the democratic tnembera it
annot pan at thli session.
LOUISVILLE ASD rOHTLAND CANAL.
Dr. Utandiford cot in to-dar hii reso
lution, requesting the secretary of war to
designate tbe englnocr to enquire into
the practicability and expodiency of util
izing tbe water power of tbo Louisville
and l'ortllnd canal, establishing foundries
anu mrcnine inopi lor Koverntnent pur
poiei. and to make a report of the samo
to tbe bouse of represontattvos. The res
olution wai relerred to tbo commlttco on
DXTKCTlVXi ANU I.STOIIHXRS.
Another resolution was otlored by tbe
erne gentleman, directing tbe commls-
iloneroftbs Internal revenue to report lo
tbe house tbe number of detectives and
Informori mployed by his buroau, tho
lalerles paid there, money recolved,
and whether the same could not be dii
pensea wmi. it u uiou u. - (,"
of money could .be thus saved without
detriment to tho rovenue, and that tbo
abolition of this forco would savo much
aunoyanco tv the merchants and batinoss
men of the country.
Tbo xviuisianaoieclion conteit, between
l'incbback ana Bberldan, came up in the
home to-day and excited a degree of In
terest altogether unusual In cases of this
kind, which are generally very dry ana
technical. The commlttoo have reported
a resolution declaring that neither Pinch
beck nor Sbsridm are entitled to a seat on
tbe evidence furnished, and allowing both
partlos to lake further tostitnuny. Mesirr.
Lamar, Crossland and Spoor roportud
Bhoridan it entitled to tbe (cat. The de
bate opened with a dull apocch from
lloardman Bmitb, chairman of tbo com-
raltteo, in favor of tba majority report.
Nobody listohod to him, though person
ally he it much respected. J. Halo
Bypber, tbe Imputont carpet-bagger, who
wai proven to nave iiunou mo uanoi
box os in bit own oloctlon, tome voars
linca, ipoke next in favor of l'inchback,
but calnod no auatenco. Air. Lamar, ot
Mtsitiiippi, wai tne next spcaxer. ins
reputation in the bouse for ability, ulo
quence and falrnesi tocured him a hear
lot. wblcb, as he proceeded, loon became
general, lie spoke forcibly to tho law
nd the parti Involved in mo cato, put
ting tbe claim of Bhoridan In a very
trong light, and then proceedod to all-
cusi. In a broaa ana phil
osophic spirit and a vein of
incular eloquence, tho relatione of the
outhorn people to the government, and
tbe manner in which they bad boon
troated by the dominant party tinea tbe
war. Tbe injustice ana cruaity ot inn
policy, and tbo rapacity and extortion of
tbe carpet-bag government in these states
were nanuioa wun an oarnesmois, lorcc,
and convincing powor that wont homo to
the hearts and conscience! of all bit list-
onors. Thli it tho Brit time tinco the
war that tbe case of tbo toutb has boon
adequately and fully presented by one of
her own sons, and it was aone to-day in
a stylo to which ovon northern republl
cam could take no oxception. Mr, La-
mar'i tlmo wai oxtondod, by genoral con
ont. and after (peaking for two houn bo
gave way irom puyticai exnnusiiou, Hav
ing made what many uoetn mo anion ana
moit itaieimamiKe spuuen oi
tbe session. Nearly tho whole houio
cuthered around him at tho oloto. It wai
a lad ending to lucb a ploa for tbo south
ern itatesman, for justice to his pooplu,
that the only oboioe lor repreientativo ni
congressman at large lor uio naie oi
Louisiana ibould be botween a mulatto
and a carpot-baggor, In noithor case
would the native wbtto population of
Louisiana have a ehow, Bberldan made a
tpoecb. effective In Borne respects, itucois-
. ' .1. 1 I .1.1 " 1 I. A -
IU1 in proving uu iegni iitiu, anu no nn
loudly applauded as ho iat down. Next
camo Finohback, who rose far above tho
level of hit associates In tho hall by tbo
profound respoct with which ho spoke of
Mr. Lamar and tbo gentlemen of tho
south. lie gavo Bberldan tome hard bits.
If thore was any moral in thoproceodingi
of tho day, H wai to show thut Louisiana
deserved a representation in congrosa by
such men ai air. Lamar, and not by mu
lattos or carpet-bagguri, whelbor repub
lican or democrats.
The tub-oommitteo of convener, on
tba finance bill, aro oxpected to roport a
bill nearly similar to tho Farwell bill, re
tiring tblrty-sovon and a halt per r.ent of
greonbacki lor every nunurou ot new na.
tlonal bank notes Issued, and dolnp; away
with tho reserve! on circulation, and pro
viding for thotr redemption
bond 187H Thli U a doporate
effort of tbe republicans to
0A1HO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY.
bridge tho chasm with tho proslJont, and
Is not expoctcd to got much democratic
Sonalor WfrnJom li of tho opinion that
Iba resolutions ofl'orod by him providing
for survey of the proposed linos of
wator transportation will pan tho sonnto
Commts.lohur , botic'as Is nioking a
strong gbt befory tlio sonata flunnui com-
inilteo ogimn tbe feature of tho
Tho senato vouimitluo on territories,
having o included the . .Y.iiiinntljn nf tin.
addltioiiMl cliafius gainst Uonernl
MvCook, dicidi'tl by a lucjority vote to
again report favorably on bd iiori.ination
to bo governor of Cdiorado.
hpoclnl agfi.U i.f ilm inaHiry diprt.
inent, with nil tbn ItwUr, r.uords, etc.,
piiruinlng M tho i.lll ;e it ini vial aupur
vi.ltig Hje'it, wero to-dty traii.rurred by
dlrt ctfon of tlm seeretn y of thu Iri'niury
lo tho custody and up.rlntn,u:ico of tbo
c ommlnlon. r of i-ustotut.
HP.rUIII.1 'AN CAIICL'S.
A. rAnrii. nf tttutlilhtitn Krif...... .....I
reprcientaliv.a -w.. Im-Ii in Hm nail of
tlio reprnnuntatlviK to-tiiglil. .Senator
Cbnndlor in tlio chair and Koprrsonta
lives l'arsons and Lynch acting hi sec
A prop-iilllon was ollerod that n con-
groisional commlUeo be nppoinlod in
vlow of tho coming elctions This .was
oppoH-d by Mr. Kelly, who thought tbo
appointment of sucii a comtiiltteo ws
unnecessary, ai every man should go
beforo tbe pooplo in his own wny. Sena
tor Chandler explained tho political situ
ation and gavo reasons why a committee
should be a pointed. Mr. Lynch, (col
ored), while advocating tho appointment
of a committee, spoke of the necessity for
passing tho civil ricbts bill, and said tho
colored votors in future, as heretofore
would support tbo republicans, there
bolng no otfaor party to which they could
fc'0:. . . .
utnori spoke, but as tho financial nues-
tlon was sought to bo introduced, and it
was feared this might produco discord,
the causus avoided it by adopting tbo
pending resolution, and tberefuro a com"-,
mitten was ordorel to bo appointed, each
stato delegation selecting a member, tbo
selectlona to bo reported to the o Ulcers of
the meeting. The caucus adjourned.
The prosident has nominated John V.
Long fur surveyor of customs at St. Louis.
Nkw Youk, Juno 'J A lcttor frcm
Homo, ipeakine of the Vatican. iavi : A
curious lact to mako a rocord of is that
ono frequently hears the United Slates
pralseu lor her liberal treatment of Cath
olics, llotb now, and with fow excep
tions, In the wbolo courio of its history,
tho only sorloui ollenio charged against
US is, that wo will sun punin in uiaiu
a nubile schools
which makes it lost and less uoii.uv t.
Josuiti to find in that vast country
ground for propagation of doctrines of the
lyllabui and papal infallibility. The
priests say that what tbe Catholic church
has '.ost in Europo In tbe last two centu
ries has been more than tnado up uv what
it has gained in tbe now world.
Tho first steps have been taken, ana uv
foro long tbo bcauliUcallon will bo bes
towed by tho church upon tho name oi
Christopher Columbui. Thooxamlnation
of his title to Catholic horoism has for
some time, by command of tho pope, on
gage J tho altontion of tho dortors of canon
law. Tbo claim is luunueu upon ma
great act, littlo less than that of inspira
tion, by which Cliristoforo enlarged tbo
boundaries of tho Christian world.
Rome, Juno 9 Tho American pilgrims
will be received by tbo popo next Thurs
Io.sdos, June 0. The oarl of Yarbor
ough, said to bo frequently as
a lord, is again missing, anu
the polico aro now making
earnost search to find him. Tues
day last the carl wai in Iho house of lords,
and a aoputy sergoant-at arms, thinking
him in a worte condition than usual, ac
companicd him into ono of tho anto
rooms. A short time afterwards tbo dep
uty returnea to the room, but tho earl
was not thore, and ilnco tbon no one who
knows him hai leon him.
London, Jnno 9. Disraeli says no loss
than toveutcon mm of domestic import
anco are to come beforo parliament, and
ho ufges tbo mombors to bo diligont to
avort a proiracloa session.
London, June 9. Tbo insurrection at
Vetz has been uuolled. Tbo sultan's
troops, on tbe 19th ultimo, opened a heavy
cannonado on tho town and kept it up
sovoral hours. Many houses and atores
woro burned. The troops aftorwards on-
terod and sackod a portion of thn town
Ninety of tho inhabitants were klllod.
Tho lost of troopi wai trifling. Tho in
Hurgents gavo up tho fight and subtnlttod,
aud the sultan has granlod thorn amnos
I'AHts, Juno 0. The looting at Vor
sailloM is gloomy. Tho proposal for a dis
ofutlon ot the assembly haa boon ilgnod
by 120 deputies, who havo hopos of locur
Ing In addition lo tbo signature! of 195
members, forming the Loft Contor. The
motion for a dissolution win beprosentod
in thechambor at the earliest opportunity.
The Left Confer li determined to havo a
tettloniont of tbe question of republio or
dissolution boiore me August sojourn
. Nkw YoitK, Juno 9. Allegations hav
ing boon madorecontly that Cuban bonds
were placna in waimngton tor tho pur
poso of corruption, Benor Aldormas, tho
only agnt in tho country autborlAod to
plndgo tbo crodit of tho republio of Cuba
bv bonds or otherwise writes to lay that
he has ai ay i had too high an opinion of
tbo Amorlcan congrosa, to aitompt to
sway Its action iu regard to tbo bellig
eroncy by any corrupt moans,
Matamokas, Juno !. The rocont act of
tho Tamaullpns slalo I congress, ro-ostab
lliblng capital punishment for murdor and
other crimes, has boon promulgated, 1
ii understood tho Muxican government
will reform tbn custmiii mid larltf undo
OOR. 13TB: 8TE33HT
llboral termf. ob'lishlrg export'llutles on
money and sllvor bullion.
Kkmiv llk, O.vr,, .luno'.t. -A whirl,
wind pasted over this plco ya.turday,
unroolllng a numbor of houici and level
ing several buildings. A large amount of
property was destroyod and several per
sons Injured but no llvos wero tost'
Vikn.va. Junoti. An inforr adonal w.n.
foriiiico todl.ciui mifjiini lo prevent tbo
I ' .... v. buvtui. nuu ur bii'j juui J yf,
of quaMntiiiP, will meet bore on tbe 16ib
Hist. All I-.iiropean powers I avo ac
toj iMj tiivitutions to 1411 1 duhrf'tct.
LiiMioy, Jiiiim "J. A di -patch fom
lloiubiy sys tlm wot season hi. fairly sot
NEW OR.LE ' NS.
Nkw Oulkahh, June 0. Justice of tbe
man woro'shot In .St. HorW'Jpari'u Vj.'v
terdity by Francis 4rliuta, wllh n doublo
barrel shut gun loaded with buck shot.
Tho wounds aro daiiguruui.
Governor Kellogg to-day lent tbo fol
lowing message to lionoral llelknap, sec
retary of war: Tho rollef committee ro
port that tho nutloring from ibeovcrtlow
remains unabated in tbo Alchsfalaya,
Lefourcbo and Ouachita valleys, though
tbero Is soma abatement on thu batiks of
the Misnlssippl. The committee aro It.u
Ing fully 40,000 rations dal y, and In somo
distrleis are compelled to roitrain their
relief to womon and children, even whore
work is not attainable for tho able-bodiod.
If tho general government would order
the issuance of So,0OU dally rations from
tho first appropriation It would avert
St. Louis, Juno 0.
WHEAT Steady, No. 3 spring 1 11
C011N and oats and unchanged, little
AV 11 ISKY-Steady 0Co
l'UUVISlONS-dul), nothing doing
New Yoi:k, Juno 0.
HEAT Steady and quiet, $1 4
46 cholco 10 choloo 1 47
CORN tjulot and steady 80
OATS Quiet and steady C'J 08
MESS PORK Quiet 17 871
LARD Quiet, 11 J
WUISKY-Qulot 1 00
Chicago, Juno 9
WHEAT Firm, July active at 1 ISIfai
1 10; nominally 1 t!0 cash.
OATS Oulot aud firmer. 45K3U&A
cash Juno; 431 bid July,
FLOUR Dull, onlv lieht local de-
mand, with prfcos nominally unchangel ;
iiiJP OI" u &0 i Jimnesota
"v-' ., s.aini Minnesota
"Wlilo.-YOuiot, ne'J "5
lMlOVlSlONSi 1-orK quiot i
fiuiol and nomi
nally unchanged j ihoulders 6e ihort
Ctycix.NATi, Juno 9. FLOUR dull
WHEAT Dull 1 281 30
CORN Steady mixed C&07c
O ATS tjulct 6.r.G7c
COTTON Nominal I7Jc
WHISKY Good domnnd 95c
LARD Quiet kettle lllU?o
HULK MEATS-Stoady Oi'.iJc
11ACON Klady: sbouldort 7k: clear
rib 1010; cletr 10.
THE CAIRO CITY
irenarcd to mpjily custoinerH
I.KAVE OltliKIW AT
K7JIIiilllilnv llrn.' iilllri. No. 70
Ohio l.evi i'i '
jrcyrilalll'lay llro.V Wharflioa
23fAt Kgypifun Mills in
Cil'At tlm i-o:i iliimp, foot ot
Special Indncemeats to Lugo ContmneiB
OiiccuswnrT, Clniiit, (ilas.iwirc, Hock
ciiliuin nml Yolloiy Wnro, Stoiiownn's
Clilim Oriiumciiisniiil Tojn, Fancy
Oootln, l'litlcdtvnn., 'J'uhlo nml
I'oiki t Cutlnry, laiiiin, Ijiiii
Looklni: 'UIuhm'H. flu.
In fart every klni'or iromH helm (Inr to u
Flit Slaw . h
For tho next sixty ,iityh i win oner tho
above gnoiU at and I clow col, for rash only,
lliu gnuilH must bo ohllo cl"e llieeoiiceni.
Clom buvord aro ipi'dally nulled, rltluT to
n.moand cer for lln nmelu'ii ' Ihvlr
ordeic, In either eiu ipnaiaiitfuhatisluiiloii
,I, T. TIIOMtN.
AMlgiii'ii ni ,utnii, Dash.vco.
Calm, III., Apill tfi, 1H7I.
CAIRO? ONE DAY ONLY.
MONDAY, JUNE 29, .874.
Po.iilhMy lliu (inly l.aign
Indisputably the Ltrgrst Kxlillilllon
No Iinriosibilitios I'roinificd; wo Gunrnntec to Kshibit all wo ltcprcscnt or
OTTXl. MATHOIiBSS OROA.NXZ ATZON!
KMIIUACES TIIK LAHOKST AND MOST COMl'LKTK
MENAGERIE, AYIARY AND AQUARIUM!
IX THE WORLD. CONTAINING LIVING SPECIMENS OF OUR
"They vnt In. two and two, unto Noah, Ijito tho Ark,
Tho mnlu and tho female, ai liod hvl comuiauded Noah,''
in addition To which is tiik
Strictly Moral Ciw
lOO STAR ABTIST5;
TWO MAMMOTH BANDS-FORTY MUSICIANS.
(JOIMJKOUS STREET lMSl'I. VY-FIXEST IS THE WOULD!
Doors Open nt I and 7 p. m.
Arrangements have been inailc willi All Tlio Linos of Kailway for
Round Trip Ticket, good on all fraius from all station!1, to onablo parties de
sirous of visitiug tho Clioapest Show On I'.artli during the day it exhibits in
this city. Don't forget the dato, June till. .11 fl.'J-ood lOt
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP AU. KINDS, I1AIID AND HOPT,
Connor a-lth Street
nml Ohio Levee.
Mill and Yard
WALL &, ENT,
.Maiiufai'tiirrri. and Dealeisln
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
l'Ol'I.All.OAK, (JYl'RUH, ASH, HUM
AND COTTON WOOD, ttUU
FACED LUMHKR. I
DRESSKl) I'l N E, A til I A NI roi
LAH FLOORING, OE1LNO AND
jnj'Olllco at naw mill on miner or Tweii'
ty.KOi'nnil btrei'l ami Ohio l.uuo,
II. WAIIDNKIl, M. D.
H..I.8TALKKH, M. I).
Ollli'ii and li'kiileiii'tf 111 (Niilllill'i'lal
imxt ilimi' to Iho Athi io iuii
Slmw thiii Hill Kviitf.ii ti, (lie Slnlc of Illinois
tho IrnTi'lltitr bciiNini of Is?!.
In (he World, will r.xlilblt nt
AtlmWMoii, ."i0c ; Children l2.'c
fii ' t
ROSE & TEMME,
Manufacturers, Wholesale and
Rotall Dealers in
No. Wi Washington Ave.
On In, Ills.
RoW. Wood & Oo
1M1I liADEIiAUfA, PENN.,
Foiiiituiiis, Vnsos, Auliiiuls. Iron Slnlrs,
Liiuit Tosts, Stable Fillings,
m VI10U0HT,,& WIRE RAILINGS
NEW and IMllOVEi'DOUAlR loribialte,
concert una ioiuruuiiin.
And a General Assortment of Orna
iiiuutal Iron Work.
IMImaluH and ilelgna soiiton ppllcatlon,
hliillnu- Hie clam ol work desired.
:til-l M-iMid-il ,
(W. 1HINNINO, M. D.
UKSIUKNl'lv iiirner Mnlli and Walnut
treetn. Ollici lormr Sixth atreH and
lilu luveu. OIIU'U hours' IrnuiUu. ui,, lo
iu., and li p. m
Z. D, Mathun , y, ijy
MATHUS8 V UHL,
Forwarding A dtnerai
FLO UK, GKAIN, I1A1 AND
Wood RittonhoTise & Brother
Oknkuai. Comjiimhion ilKnciiANr,
1 Oliio ficvee, Cairo.
O.ATBUJ. C 4. ATMS,
AYKRS k COn
OEM KIlAf. COMMISSION 1 KK0HANTS
No 7H (.Tin.OiiioCUiao, It.j.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
I'roproparcd to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
KrTHualncsH attended to promptly.
T1IOM8 k BROTHKB,
Buccesoirt to U. M.Hulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
iaple ma4 raaiey OreMrlit,
Korelgn and Domeitlo
FRTJTTB A2STD 3SJTTl'a
134 Commercial Avenue",
MHO. - liLINOIfl.
And Dealer In
Lime, Comcnt, Tlastcr, Hair, Ac.
K3H will sell In ear load lots at tuanufac
Hirers priori, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Huercisor to John 1J. l-hlllii,)
FORWAHO ING MERCHANTS,
HAY, CO UN,
MKAL, BRAN, Ac.
Agents Tor Laflin ft Rand Powder Company.
COR. TENTH ST. A OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON A BIRD
Agents American Ponder Company,
S7 OHIO LKWXK, CAIKO.
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUU, CORN, OATH, HAY, Xc:
Agouts for Kuirbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
ami in-1 1
Corner of 8Ui .Street and Washington Av,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wlllll.liUl I. IV. fJHIIIiat.lf
And Dealer la
Wm 7R I It I n . J T W - H . ,
ajTMpecfal attention given to
mi nts aud tlllimc orders.
BOAT ST 0ft E
Groceries, ProvlstOK,. Etc.,