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IjIjIMOIS CJKNTHAL II AT KOAD. I
1IIAIKR LKtVR OAIIIO
Mall at.. 12:ISu.m.M Dally.
Kpress6 .2:30 p.m
Krclglit a 4:00 a.m.,. ..except Sunday
Freight at ll:.Vi a.m...... "
rralgbtat,. .. 4:00 p.m.,. . " '
. .. AIIIIIVK AT CAIItO.
full at 1SW a.m Dally
Express at 2:05 p.m oxcept Sunday
Xrclght at 7:.V) a.m.,. ...except Monday
r iuikiu at im;u. p. hi,, except sunuay
Freight at 7:00 p.m......
168 2lMf. .Iamks JOHNSON, Agent.
HIE CAIRO AND VIN0KNNI5S
viianup. or rim:.
caiko to cincinnati and lot'is
vii.i.i:. ' iV," !,,,J, ;'ft!r''lln 7th pniMitKer tralnx
will rimdally except .und,ys a, lollowa i
fn 10 a. m.
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Cariul, urrlvi- ,
Ml. t'armel, arrive
" union Di-pot. arrive
OOINO RDlM II.
Vienna, arm 0'.
.Ml I'armrl, arris o
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AtC.-iriul with St. l,oul ami Soulliea-lrrn
Iralii. loaml lroliiLutiiilli' nhd poiMH twl;
Leaving Calm (WW a. m.
Arrhlngln L'vaiiivillc .1:1.1 i; M.
Leasing , mui "
Arriving In Cairo 10:3.1 "
At VlDeuruien irith Ohio and .Mlxiwlppl
railway for Cincinnati uml l.oiilavilln, ami
all point cait and west; .with Indlaiiap.
nil and Yinceimoii railway lor
ludlmnpoll' and all points north,
cast and wont; with Kvaiii-ullu and Craw
lord.vllle railway for Kvatmvllle.Terra IUuU',
Danville, Chicago and all pointi north, caat
At NorrU City with the Sp-inirticlil
and Illnols otitheastcrri railway lor Shaw
ntctnwti and Pprlngllrld, 111., and point.
north. At Cairo with the IMIppl Ontral,
and Mobile and Ohio, for all polnt mmiiIi;
vllh( alru,Arkainaii and Tfxa,for all polnU
111 ArkaiMu and Texas.
MOUND OITT ACCOUMOPATIOy.
Leves Cairo 12-20 p. jt.
" Mound (It v I.JO
M.;. (iooiiit'icii, (iin'l Ticket Ag't.
ST. LOUIS IRON MOUNTIAX
AXD SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Oiiiiilhilcs arrive at and depart from the
Hire eoruer Seventh otrtet aud Commer
cial Avenue a- lollown:
Through expre, leavei" 12:l.' a.ni.,urilves
Charleston Aeenniinodatlon, leave" D.-00 a.
i.. and 40 p. m.
Charleston Accommodation, arrive, 10:H0
a. in., and t-,1. p. m.
Tlmotoall point in Te.vn and Arkaii
a, TWK.VTV'KOL'lt IIOUI1S .JS THAN llVAN'4
Time from Cairo to Little lloek 1.1 hour.
To Tcxareaiia 22 liouri.
I o ,lelleroii. I'exat, 2S hour-.
To .Marball 2G houin.
To hroveport, Loulrlnna, kj hour-.
To Dalian, Texa-, W hour.
To lleame, Ti'Xai-, .'W hour.
To louton, Texas, 4 1 hour.
To (ialvcaton, Texas 44 hour.
D. Axtkli.. Chief Eniilnoer.
C. V. llKQlfK.MIiouiKI, Aircnt, Cairo.
I'Ra rail ateli.Sl, INOw
OITY NATIONAIj BANK, OAIKO
A. 11. HArrOUD. President;
B. t). TAYLOR, Vlce-Freiddent;
tt. UY8L01", Seoratary and Troaiuror
rCL O. Beam,
r. H. Btocifutd,
H. r. tlALLUAT,
J. K, Pvitun.
TNTKHRST paid oa d.uo.lU at the rata ol ill
JL poroent. paraaaam.Mansb 1st and Bptm
Cir lal, latarMt not wltbdravn li added Irani,
alaltly toih pnaolpal f Ibe dapeitta, laerabx
gtTlB ttaam eompooad InMrcat.
U11U1D VTOUIH XKS OIllLUaHM UXT
THE OITY NATIONAL
Wi V. iUM.llMT, PrwldPntj -ItKNHT
1.. U&I.LIDaT, Vio-PreIJtnt
A. II. BAFFORD, Outlier I
WAI.TUR HTBLOP, Ael-lta Oaililtr-
HtaiT TAtboa, KoaT II. Ouaamoum,
UBf L.Hauibat, W. V. lUiLinir,
30. 1). Wlltutoaa, BrarHtn Iliao
A. 11. Bitfoao.
Mxctittu-r, Cola and TUnltoil Rlulea
HoHdii Bonsht and Hold,
DKFOHITU roooWed, aad
a (taaral baaktai
ITIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Millbh, 1'roBldont.
J. M. I'm urn, Vlco-l'roaldent.
UitAfl. Cunninoham, Cashier.
VOLLKOTIONH PBOMWly MAUB.
EZOfliNflB, coin, bank notes aad Dalt4
BUUf ieonrltUa bought and told.
f tiMlAU " Time Depoalla
W00LC1TS PAIN VAINT
Cnren all kind ol pnine. For fiila by
FINN AND METZ
Sole KenU lor Aloxundor, lula-kl( Union
and Maao oouiitlei. Ut-Clt-Sm
Kei)Ort Of UlO Colli 11)1 (!(!('
A T.i: ". i. " ,
to Investigate the Dis
FRAUDS EXPOSED AND
EARTHED. Vasimnoto.v, Junu I ".Tim hill co
(.'tinuingly devlied by .M.-ir. Cunlclltii;
and Curpeniur, In order to wreak tU-ir
unworthy butrud ngnintl n free prom, wn
patted Utdlbvrately by a r&diunl n nalu
nrter It had been inoti lul'y vxhku1 liy
ik.rt. llnyatd, Ulocktcu, 'i'litirmaii,
W'adloifth and ilrrrltiMii. Mr. (.'.iiiklilit:
did very littlu tilkli'i; l..r the hill. Imt li.i
did the whlpping.in, toiiditig fur i"ntor.
to vote. It It believed thai lio it r'hlly
Ibo liifplrlnn entiH of tint vil pl .t to
iitabiith a jurisdiction In U.o.i purti.nn
oourtt of tho dlilrh t uvur all the ptptr I
ol the country, lie telcctod ilr. 0rj o.i. '
'or to pull I.U choitnuti from tho tire, '
juit at bo did nt tho time when ho waitl i
toalrikon Plow at tuu 'lntutio irrei
pomlentt. With charadcriiliu trickery
no men put Jir uarjietiter in the irunt, nt
ho duet to-day. If the bill aball patt tho
hjiite, they can fairly clulm to have paid
oil' all old icorol, and no Independent
paper in thu country will be tafc from
protecutloJt In tlieoi federal court
which van be readily manip
ulated for parly, vindictive or for
did purpotei. .Mr. Uayard daservea es
pecial credit for hit violent ttand against
ina bin and tor polntlnir out vory clearly
tho 1 1 led of tho elevenlli tection, in brlnj;
Inj; the newtpapori of tbo country under
the power and juritdiction of thu court in
tt.ii dittrict. Tho two coiupirntora who
concocted the bill did no, dony either tho
licet ot tno iccllon or tbo purpoio they
had in view. Had tbey dono to noicdy
would have believed tbom. Tbey limply
rallied their foilowcra and voted down, by
thirty -three to twenty, .Mr. llaynrd'"
amendment excluding all action for libels
from the icopo of tbo lection. Moin.
Alcorn, litcbell, Spraiuu and Wadloij;h
voted with thu democrat! to atriko out
thii tection. .Notwithstanding the defeat,
the oponetita of the bill a til 1 continued tho
contett. Jude Ilagor, uf California, said
of the bill that it would neccittriiy
break up all tuck thingt at doing buii
ne.a by agentt, whether it be
commlnlon merchants or othorwito;
whether a man it a forelngner tt a citi
zen. No one can do hit butlnoi through
an agent In any way whatever without
rendering hlroialf liable to bo prosecuted
without bit knowing anything about tho
auiu ponding, and being aubjected to
judgment auch aunay be pronounced by
a court in bit abience without a hearing.
Tbo voto on tbo jia'rage ot the bill t i
followa . Yeaa lloreman, lluckingham,
Carpenter, Chandler, Conklim,', Conover,
Craven, C'raein, Kdtnucda, Terry of Mi
chigan, Frelinghuyion, Gilbert, Hamlin,
Harvey, Hitchcock, Ingalli, Morrill of
Maine, Morrill of Vermont, -Morton,
Ogletby, Pattorion, l'uase, Pratt, Kamioy,
Hoberttoa, iiargant, Scott, Sherman, .Spon
cer, Slovonton, Stowart, AVathburn, Win
dora and Wright, 33. ay Alcofn,
llayard, Hogy, C'atpor, Davit Gold
thwaite. Gordon, liaye, Hamilton, Ham
ilton ot Texar, Johnton, McCrecry, Mer
rlmon, Mitchell, Norwood, lUniom,
Saulibury, Schurz, Stockton and
Wadleigb. It is barely pouiblo that
tome of tboto cenatura voting for
tbo bill woro ignorant ol thu
purpoi which Meiart. Conkllng
and Ourpcntor had in view, though it i."
dlClcult to leo how thlt could bo after Mr.
Ilayard'a amendment wm rejactod.
Htrango to say, a limilar bill, gotten up
by Mr. Uutler, mado Ha appearance In
tho judiciary committoo, and thon for Mr.
Uutler to got up in tho house and rnovo u
concurrence in tho aonnte amendmont,
upon the protozt tbut tbo committoo had
already examined tho aonnto bill. Hut
the bill wai not quite flnished in the
oommlttee. Mr. Wilion, of Indiana, baa
moved a reconaidoration of the eleventh
ao:t!on, which will load to a contcit to
morrow. Various member of the houie
havobad tholr attention drawn to the
matter and dcclaro that thoy will not al
low tbo bill to pass; but thoro Is no safety
or accurity, unleia tho preis of thu coun
try shall speak out in omphalic tones
gainst tho most dangorous biow struck at
its independence slnco tho days ot tho
alion and sodltlon law of tbo older Adams.
TWK DISTItlCT KINO.
Tho roport of tbo joint select committoo
ou tbo district ring was mado to day. "It
is not as deep as a well, nor as wido at n
church door, but 'tis enough." The vari
ous acts of tbo maladministration nro sot
forth in tomporato though llrm mid pre
cise language. Thu committee ay that
tho district authorities have run up tho
burden of tax upon property of thu dit
trict to about 121,000,000, Contidoriug
how tbo ring was fortified by tbo favor of
congrotH and tho protldcnt, it is littlo
short of a miraclo that an honest investi
gation should have boon socurod with an
unanimous roport of condemnation and tt
roatonablo hopo of getting rid of those
rascal, who havo ridden rough-shod over
tho peoplo of tho dittrict. Thoro la n
little doubt expressed that cougrosawlll
provldo a now govorumont, altogothor re
publican. (Jongross cannot allord to
leave tho ring in powor.
Various opinions nro exprossod touch
ing tho work of tho last conforouco com
mitteo on tbo
Two of tho houso tnombors declared tc
day that nothing would or could bo dono.
Ouv of the Senate conferoos appearod to
think that tho committoo would bring
forth speodlly and safely. Thu prospect
is, that If anything is evolved It will bo
something that tbo houso of roproiontu.
live? will promptly t-quolch out of lifo.
Aftor a hard atrugglo to get tho tloor,
Mr. Heek, of Kentucky, got through the
homo ol reprBontatlv. to-day ft bill to
authorize tho secretary of tbu treasury to
pay to tho ownors or legal roprosontatlvoa
of such ownors of land sold lor direct
taxea, under the act ot .luno 7, 18(!'2, tho
exooaa of moneys rocelvod mid held by tho
treuury dopartmont ovor tbo taxos, cost
and legal charge", etc., acaruod by roaeon
ot the salo. T.ho amount to be ropald is
inmaatvon hundred thousand dollar.
The sonata to-day passed tho houso bill
designed to compel tho Union Paciflo and
its branches to pro-ralo with the Kansas
PaclQo s requited by tho not of July 1,
BTjx,i,'rj:ir STTiiiUiasro-, cob. 12th STT-mo? awt. w4QTrrr,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY.
lfvfi-2, and giving lovoro ponaltlei In cato
of rcfufal. Tho bill wa itronRly riUtcd
by Air, Frollnghuyion, and wa carried
through tho lnflujnco of Mcura. Ilogy,
Hohurz and Oonkllng.
At tho laitdaya of tho es!on approach,
tho forces of tho lobby appear to t.o tnullU
plying In number and cnorgy. Jluelnem
! proponing rajIJIy. And yet, nflir
all, the Icait mlichiavoui bill are thoco
planned by tho third homo. Tho dangsr
l from tuch loader ai Uunkllng, Crpen
tor, Kdmand, JJutlnr and Poland, who
aro Booking to maintain thomiolvo in
How the Opposition to a
Moiiiircliy is tteeeivert
THE GPANIOH TXCfUtSU
CANS GAINING GROUND
ComplaiiilR of Unfaruoss
tlio llocont Voto of tho
ATTEMPT OF A MOB TO KILL
HOCHEFOR.T AT QUEENS
Pamh, .luno 17 Tho Republican jour
nal to-day speak In the most euloglstie
term of tbo members of both tho night
and lelt contort of tho astemby, becauto
of the vote yesterday auainsl thu restora
tion of a monarchy. Tbey lay tho voto in
tho aMcrnbly, though it doe not proclaim
u republic, ihow that u monarchy is im-poi.-tblo.
Tho Onoaniat journals alleot
to consider that the action of tho aisem
bly leave tho situation unchanged, but
express the boiler, novorthelcsi, that tho
coniequonco of thu vote will bo tho con
solidation of Prendont McMahon s
Paiiis, Juno 17 In tho assembly to-day
on the ruadlng of thu journal of yestar
day prctoodingi, loud complaints were
rnadu by the member of inaccuracy of
thu lifts of yeai and nays. General Ciney
and three other taid they bad voted In
favor of tbo motion for urgency of tho
loft center's bill. A doputy who had
voted against tbo motion declared that
sovon mombort of tho loft whoso
names wero recorded In its favor
were not preient when tho voto wae taken.
Ho dornanded rcctiflca'.lon ot tho votca,
which, according to hia atatementa, ought
to atand 339 afllmalivta to 340 negatives.
M. do Francllon. of tho oxtremn r!i..'
formally moved that the voto In question
bo doclared void.
A JIuiTott, prcildont of the alterably,
maintained tbo validity of tbe rocprd.
Tho right center presented constituont
resolutions, dolWilnis tbo j.ur.... .t .,,.
dpnt MacMahon. It 'was roferred to tho
committee of thirty.
London, .luno 17 -Sir Ohailoi Fox,
tbo cflebratad Knglub engineer, is dead.
CJtHE.tsTow.v, Juno 17. 'Whon tho
tteamor Parthla nrrlrod hero this evening
a largo and unruly mob had gathered on
the dock awaiting tho appearance of M.
Henri Pochefort, who was generally
known to bo on board. As Kochofort
paired down tha gang-wny ho was im
mediately recognised by tho crowd who
received him with booting and oxcora
tiotif, and mado a rush for him as bo
landed. The pollco surrounded Kechefort,
who it Is feared, would havo boon lynched,
but for their protection.
Tho Intensely excited mob pressed for
ward, booting and veiling, and followed
tho Frenchman to Quoon's liotol. From
that place the polico eccortod him to tho
depot, whoro only tho passengers were
admitted. His arrival at Cork was not
expected, rind he tboreforo passed through
the city unmolested, and took tbo train
for Dublin, wbonoo ho will proceed to
Limion, Juno 17. The stoamor Africa
has returnodto thlt port after successfully
submerging hor section of tbo llrazllian
catlo. Tho line has beon tested and found
to work s&Usfactorilr.and has been handed
ovor to tho llrazlllan cablo company un
broken. TelogrAphio communication is
thus ostabllshed from Kugland, through
Lisbon and Madeira, to St. Vincent and
Capo Verdi islands.
Havana, Juno 10. Tho Diarlo do la
Marina says tivo nrmod Insorgents, who
belonged tho bands of Camar.nam, havo
como into tho Spanish linos nt Troclm
Jucura and mrrendored tbomselves.
Thoy asserted that tho Marquis Santa
Lucia had boon deposed from tho presi
dency of tho Cuban ropublio and General
Muximo Gomez appointed as bis sec
M ADitii), Juno 10. It I reported that
a bnttlo commenced at KMolla, and is
firoccoding advantogeously to tho ropub
icanr. MILITARY VS. CIVIL.
Halt Lakh, Juno 17 Tho following
opinion was delivered horo to-day by tbo
supreme court of Utah, in tho cuso of the
aontost botwoon the civil and military
That a soldlor of tho national army can
bo demanded by and eurrondored to tbe
civil authorities to be tried and punished
by thorn, only whon ho la charged with
an oll'oimo in time of poaco such us Is pun
ithablu by thu known laws of tho land ;
that is, by tho law of tha Unltod States,
or a state, or iv torrltory. That n city by
law or ordinanco is not in this como a
known law ot tho land ; but that if n sol
dier, whon olfduty, violates an ordinanco
of Halt Lake, bo may, in thu nbsonco of u
prpvost guard, bo arrostod in tho act and
restrained by tho civil authorities, but
may not bo triod ond.punisbod by them.
That In caio of such arrost and restraint
it is tho duties of thu authorities todoliver
ovor such soldlor to tbo military on tho
domand of tho lattor, and it is the duty
of tho military to punish him for such
o Monte. That if tbo civil authorities aftor
arresting on offender roftio to dolivor him
over on such demand, or proceed to try
and punish him, tho mllitury authorities)
may tako thntn by force. That 11 InUa&d
of roinrllng to forcotbo military pro8t.t
a potltlon to a fcdoral court or Judco In
tho territory, tho prlionor mim bo dli
charged by habeas corpus,
YE GENTLE SAVAGE.
The Village of Bcrtliold
Attacked by Sioux.
Cnstar's Cavalry Ready
KXC'ITMi:.T AMONG Till: INDIANS
AT FOKT LINCOLN.
Sr. Paul, Minn., Juno 17. A telograrn
was received at Gsineral Terrv'a hoad-
1 quartora, in this, city, to-day, from Genital
Uuttar, at Furl Lincoln, atatlng that a
J ..,,.u h-jr .iiiuuinip...w .lie river
Dank oppeit.u J' or I lUrtliold ai;iiney, the
nay naiore, a; 7 a. m,, anu commenced 11 r
Ing into tbu village. Tho Indiana from
tho agency at onco croned tbo river, nnd
woro mot by about -100 Sioux. A short
light look place, in which live P.eoi and
ono Grosventros wero killed and una
Mandau mortally wounded. Thii it
doubtless On party threatening for lorno
umo to attack tno uartnoiii agency.
Tho Indiana at Fort Lincoln and tbo
party ot Arlckarees and Mandaut. who
navo tun retnrnaa uorn trie Indian terrl
tory are wild with oxsltemoct. Tho In
dian scouts can scarcely wait for Uuttar'
movements, they nro so oagar Tor blood,
scalpt and revonco. Tbev will not havo
long to wait, as Custars cavalry ex
pcdilion is nearlv ready to leave Fort
Lincoln. Pinal preparations are now
completed by tho olliocrs, Tho sevonth
cavalry are now in this city. General
Guitar oxpoctod to movo next Sunday.
but mar (tart earlier in consequanco of
I'liOTIIKNCE. K. I . June 17. Four
balloU were taken for United States tan-
ator to-day. The lait resulted as follows :
IJurnaide, 40; Dixon, '11; JJaratow, 18;
cuemem, to; scattering, vi.
Nkw Yoisk, Juno 17 GOLD 111
MF.riS POKK nominal $17 70
FLO UK quiet
AVHKAT quiet, SI 3S1 41
COKN dull C370c
LA 110 nominally II 19 1 C
WHISKY quiet ?1
St. Louis, June 17.
WHEAT Active sDrinc No 'J. 1 00:
winter noming aoing.
tju liw Steady, sefji.WJc olavator
OATd Qulot, -18c elovator
PKOVISIONH Dull, nothing do'oi:
liuoo r trmer, o .Dw.. i.n(.
J200, ihipmenti 240 'm
Oixcinnati, Juno 17. FLOUH quiet
WHEAT quist and weak $1 30
COHN quiet and ateady, mixed 0506
Cotton quiet and weak, 17c
WHISKY atoadv, OCc
POHK and LAUD, no sales
BULK MEATS dull and drooping
II ACON dull, jobbing.
Oiiicaoo, June 17. WHEAT steady
$1 18 cash; 1 16 July ; 1 13 bid Aug.
PROVISIONS dull and lower.
POKK $17 32J July; -17 45 Aug.
LAKD offered 511 OS
WU EAT Irregular tlrmer spot strong
higher $1 181 18 July, No 1 Minn.
I 25, No 2 Mtnn.l 24 J, No 3 1 13J re
jected 1 03
FLOUK dull only modorato local. de
mand, prlcot nominally unchanged,
cloice spring extras $5 lbQ SO; Minn.
4 2oC 60
COKN qulot steady 01c cash. C0JC0J
high, mixed 61, rejected 67
OATS qulot i July, AI cash June,
nominally 31 Aug.
Other products nominally unchanged
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
CiunONOALK Jackson County, )
May 15, 1674.
On condition that a MiinVient number of
young person dielre, and aio willing to
contribute a vurysmall Mini toward defroy
ing c.pcine-s;iy two hundred at foil
dollars cach-a Normal Institute will bo held
in tho now building, commencing July l.tho
day of dedicating tbe bulldlngM'"! continue
till July 111. Tho l'nuclpul of the University
Mill have charge, and tbo mombcra of
tho faculty n ill glvo tho main part oftlioiu
btrtictlon. At least ten lectures will he given
and, if tbo cash rontrlbutodlt bullklont, tho
best mi ii of this statu a Missouri uml Indi
ana, will bo brought In fur these lecturers.
If not more thuii ouo hundred ami tilty at
tend, tlio pcrfOiisl contract with the instruc
tors will bo greater and theprolltnioru ; und
in the rxpeiisoofthu Institution will be. the
Nimo, tho feu should be llvo dollars. If three
hundred attend, tho tno could be reduced to
A the itnte legUlatnre maies no provis
Ions for pa) Ing tlio oxpenon td i-uih an In
Htltuto, i-o deslrablo to and valuable to public
Southern Illinois, add another favor to thu
many they havo already done tho commu
nity, and glo this imuoiinceiiicnt Hrverul
gratuitous Inieitions m good phicc, and
call the attention ot teachers to It 1
Let all who wish t niti'iul, tend their
names at once ami net later than Juuo 20,
prox to Dr. Kobrun, secretary oftrustecs.of
Southorii llllnola Normal i;ulvciilty,Cat hou
dale, Good boaul call be had in Carboildaln at
N. II. Tho Instltiilc cannot bo lit'hl with
li than one hundred nnd illly who will pay
llVl! dolllirh Cliell. ltOHKUTAl.I.VN,
l'rlucll'al of Faculty.
II. WARDNKH, M. D.
II. .J.STALKEH, Ms D.
Olllco iind' residence HI Coiniiire.lal Avo
next door to the Atheneuiu. ;4-l-t
, " ujl uN jQ. V jajx-i U -fcU
JUNE 18, 1874.
CAIRO? ONE DAY ONLY.
MONDAY, JUNE 29, J874.
lively tlio 0lv Wg, jm S,no of I,oIs
III II M ilH
Iiiillsimlnbly tlio Ijtrgi'Hl Kxlilliltlou
No Impos'ibilities Proinisoil; wo Guarantee to Hxhibit all wo HeprcHcntor
i:hhuaui:s tim: laiwjkst and most complete
MENAGERIE, AVIARY AND AQUARIUM"!
IN THi: AVOKI.l). CONTAINING LIVING Sl'HOIMKNS OF Ollll
"They went In, two and two. unto Noah, Into the Ark.
The mr.lu mid tho female, as God hail i:onmi:mded Noah."
IN' AHIWT10N' to which la thk
Strictly Moral Circus
lOO STJLIR, ARTISTS;
TWO MAMMOTH BANDS-FORTY MUSICIANS.
(s'oiuieous stki:i:t display
Doorrt Open nt 1 and 7 p. m.
Arrangomcnts liavo boon inailc
Round Trip Tickets, good on all trains from all Ktatinu.t, to onablo parties de
sirous of visitint; tlio Cheapest Khow On Earth durint' (ho day il exhibits in
this city. Don't forgot tlio ihito.Juno
And Dealer in
Eighth Stukkt, hkt. "SVAttiiiNdToN and
Commercial, Ayh. adjoining Hanny's.
Kecp-i thobirtol'lltel,Poik,.Muttoii veal,
Lamb, Hauxage, i to., and la pivpiucd to
eru liimlllco In a iiiccptiiblo manner.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
Ami Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF FRESH -MEATS
Near Oor. Twontioth Hlroot and
OA! HO. ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
or every dccrlptlon,
Cor. IDtli Ktiect mid Oommer.'ial Avenue,;
Next door lo tho Hylaiid .Saloon.
O.W. DUNNING, III. D.
UKH1DKNOK corner Hlulli uml Walnut
treeU. Oltlou corner .Sixth utreet aud
hl.o levee. Olllco houra-IVout tl a. m., I
m , and I) p. m
in tlio AVorlil, will Exhibit ut
- finest in thk would i
Ailnilssloii, .',()(; Child roil !!5c
witlt All Tlio Lines of Railway for
20. fil (i-'J-eod-IOt
ROSE & TEMME
lletall Doalurs in
No. 172 Washington Ave.
DR. AY. JSLAUW
3uQits lllrih (upitalu) iimir 8tl Htro
und "Washiiigton Avouuo.
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
UOFF15Y, HARRISON & CO.,
(Buooospora to 1). Uurd.A.flou.)
-Mlll,UHAIN ANII HAT,
No 03 Ohio Loviw, OAIKO, 11.L8
Are prepared to supply cuitostir
with tha best I
t.KAVR OHHEns AT
tnrilalllday llro. offlce, No. 70
S3T llnllliiay Ilro.'a Wharfhoa
ir;- i ... ..n..i .1,...;.. r...
i imriy-t'igiiui atrect.
Sp.;iil ItdntDsnls to Luji Cwmirt
R, SMYTH & CO?
No. GO Ohio Lovco.
B. F. PARKE,
(Successor to Parker & Ulake,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated Illuminating
Uro' Uulldlng, llth St.& Oom.rcUl At.
Boot & Shoe
llehvcet! Tenth ami Eleventh Street",
Is prepared to nil order without delay.
He. Ii:ih u One stock of luitr.rted leather ou
hand, jut received from Ntwivort, ami bai
put tlown Ihuprlccs to tyo lowest notch.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OKK1CK AND YAilD,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply or l'lttaburg and Big
Muddy coal constantly on hand. Stove
wood aawed to order. Orders for coal or
wood should bo left at tho office on Tenth
taroot. Terms, cash on delivery.
l'i. MAXWELL & CO.,
-Manufacturers and Dealers lu
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Alto Agent for tho
No. 7V.I,' North1 Maine Street,
St. XAMla Mo, (I
CARRIAGE & WAGON
iSIxtlt .Streot and Commercial AveuaeJ
.Special attention given to HOKM Sliomo
and general repairing. 31-4-tr
For Bute nt Wholusalo aud ReUll.
COIt.NEU !12l UTIIKET AND OHIO ttVM
OAIBO, ILLINOIS 0
J. P. GimtLK.