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RAILROADS.
TIME CAD.
LL1N01S OK.VTIUIi RAi'.HOAD
rruiitsu-ivE caiko
Kajlat Mill a.m., Dally.
tv?"1 .... 2fl0 p.m.,
trtlght , 4fl0 a.m.,...xept Sunday
rrtlgbt at 11:60 a.m
might at 40 p.m.,... " "
ARRIVK AT CAIRO.
(fall at 1-5) a.tn Dally
Kitireaa it .2:06 n.aa xxrtnl Hundar
w rmgiu si . a.m.,, ...except Mono.
l-ralgbtat 10:01 p.tn except Sawday
rreiguiai T.-ou p.m......
lM-2-17-tf. .Iamk8 .loiiHmw, Agent
IMC CAIRO AND VIN0KNNE8
RAILKOAJ).
tiMti7or riaK.
( AlltO TO CINCINNATI AND LOIJIS-
Vllil.i:.
t On and after .lune 7th pAnaenger train
win run dally except Humlaji a lollow
UOINO NORTH.
airo, h'av o: Hi a. M.
lenua, arrive. , .lift
ilarrM.iirjf, arrive ... . , 0M '
Norrla City, arrive 10:IH "
Carml, arrive ...MM "
Cray villi-, arrive lU'M '
Mt. t'armel, arrive ,1S:I0 I'. M.
Vlacennen. arrive 1:10 "
" Union Depot, arrive.... Irid "
' " leave 1:40 "
imlnnatl. arrive ,.. hm '
Loulivllle, arrive H-M "
floiNd nourti.
V,lro, arrive 1015 r. m.
Vienna, arme, Hit.."
liarrUUilrtr.arrlvp, 7.-02 '
.Nurrl-CltV, Arrive U.-O.'i "
Carml. arrive ..." "
(irayvHIc, arrive 4iW
Ml '.'aniiel, arrive 4:00 "
liu.eiiuei, leave..,,..,. ... "'M "
" Union Depot. Iear 2:l.i "
' arrive .,. 'iM "
( liiclonatl, leave . li-V) A. M.
LouhtiUf, leay "-"SO "
CO.-VNBCTIOK.
At Oannl 'villi St. I-ouU anl SoUlliea.ti-ni
train, toaml IroniKvau.tllle ami point, vtr.t;
Leatlng (,'alro .. , . 6::f) a. m.
Arriving lu Kvatuvlllc l:4."i l'. M.
Leaving ...UiUI '
Arriving; In Cairo Wga "
At Vlncennei witii Ohio and illMixilppi
railway for Cincinnati and Itout.ville, and
all puinti ea.t and wc.tj.wltli Indlanap
olio and Vlnianoe. railway lor
ImllanapolU and all polnta north,
att and wed; with Kvan.tllle and Craw
lordtt llle railway for KvantvllleTerra UauU,
Danville, Chicago and all polnta mirth, t-atl
and Wot.
At Horrli City with the Sprtnirtleld
ainl llliioli Sontbea.tern railway lor Miatv
nretown and ttprlngllcld, III., and lnt
north.
At Cairo with the Mit-I'tippl Central,
and Mobile and Ohio, for all lntp Milith;
wltht'alro,Arkana. and Tcxa.,l'or all point
In ArLunu. and Tcxaa.
MOUND 01TT ACCOtf MOt'ATlOH.
I.aavet Cairo j11f2oi-. m.
. aiouiiui , .. i,
r ttll 'I'l ..I ... .....
.,ll, JI;1III.II, VIVII I IH.ll iW, I.
TIME TABLE.
ST. I.OUI IRO.V M0U.NTIA5
AND SUUTHKHN UAIl.KOAD.
Omuiliii.ei arrive at and dvpirt from the
ortii e cornar Hcleiith .trret and Coiumer
ilnl Avenue a. follow.:
Through rxpre-., leave 12:45 a.m.,arric.
p. in.
Charleston Accommodation, Iravri OKIO a.
ai aod 4M) p. m.
Charleston Accommudatton, arrive, 10;.t0
a. in., and 1:15 p. in.
Time to all point- in Text! aod Arkau
ea, t WMSTV-FOflt HOURS MCNH Til AN II V AXV
OTHER IIOUT
'rune from Cairo to Little I totk 1.1 hoiira.
To Texan-ana '.M houra.
To .lerTerMin, Texai, "J hour-.
To MarnhallM hiiiir
'In .-hretriMirt, lul-lan, V hour-.
To Dallas, Texas M hourt.
To lleanie, Texa, 'M hour-.
Tu Hou.ton, Texa,41 hour.
To tialvettou, Texai 44 hour..
1). AXTBI.L. Chief Eniflneer.
L. W. HecjUKMHOUKO, Agent, Cairo.
-v-tr.
KNTEEPE18E SAVlNGfci
BAN"IC.
reel HairtMa 1. !
Of
t'lTY NATIONAL
DANK. OAIKO
ovrscsKa :
A. M. HArrORD. lrtNildeBt;
U. ttaUU iUcmtMir "J Treaaurei
tftotae i
r. at. b. i-t,
t . U. tfoju.txata.
b n tl.irt.l.aBAai.
Oiua. tiaiJ.aaft,
PaeiU.ttoava,
. Y. tlaLUMt
J. M, k-aiixin.
LutiiV b iK KiSaiv- ' ito -tor- -
MA-MID WOtitl-l AHU OBILUBM MAT
UBfoelT -OBIT
fflKCITY NATIONAL
utiae, ILH"'
0APITAL,
1100,000
eeruaaii
atatuxuHkUUVki, viM-rretU.ei
a. It.BAfVOHD.Oaahlerl
WALTBR HIBUJf, AMl.lla Oatbler
eiaaotaaai
u.. .TLoa. Boaaai 11. OcaaiaeaAB,
" ilia- INttt taMI H.
UBP041TU reeelved,
taauaea aeae.
aa4 a geaeral baaklai
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
r ai.
. w. MiixarB, fratrtdenL
j, la, fHiiura, Vlca-lTetldeal.
CHAB. OONNINOHiM. Cm War.
OL1.EOTIONB BOMPTLY-MAUB.
v;
. tak antoa aad UatU4
. atM I iUW
f liue "i-alto
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cure, all kind n pain. Korsale by
11ARCLAY IIHO'H.
FINN AND METZ
Bolaageutafor AUxand.r, I'uU.kl, Uulon'
111
VOL. (J.
CRIME.
S(iialtotlio JIulbirtMiii
tier.
THE MURDERER, CLARK
EVANS, LYNCHED.
OaroI,J.tox, 1m... ,lun '--At JaM
wu have the ad iuouhI to the liorril vIiil'
dataiU of the rvcunt Jllbirl inurJur, in
tbiit county, wblrh fcave teiii ylvun In
youf columni, togother with thi purlieu
lar.ofthv arroit of one Clark Kvana,
and hit aubieuiwitcoufetiiori ul thn uiur
dar mud other crim" of which lm Lnd
bu guilty In thj.uurn. of.ihVpn.t fMw
At about o'clock thin morning the JjI '
in tbn city wu vitited by n largu nutuhor
of tnea m wautu and btiglut. '1 he
Jailer wi aroutud by nn Hl.rm nt the
door, and th utatuinulit that thu party on I
the oul.ids were in puo.lun ot a parly
arretted for murder, whom thuy de.ired ,
to Impr'ton. When tbo door ol tbonnte
room wai opened totmi nluo or ton i.: on
ruibtd in, (.uahin one of thuir number
l-fur them, uridur prutgn.ii thnt be wa '
TELEGRAPHIC
lh culprit Uuttlrii; fairly in tbo jailor ) I.osiion, June '2'-' The iteatnur Kdln
dioovered that tbey weru all In dl.gul.i, ' burgh which U laving tbo telegraph cablo
either by wearing maki or with t from tape du "Vordcs to Itrnzil has
black.ncd lacix, ahU at onco .u.pect-d arrived otr the ISrazilUu co-r,t. The fol
the object of tbelr vlit; but a quick at t lowing dupatrb was roceivod to-day from
thought be wat pinioned by teveral : tn board .Noon. Sunday .Spliced on
of the tiarty, pointing cocked revolveri al
hit head, and demanding the kejet ol the
main door -nd ce'.li. iiiinultarieouily
tome of tbo party discovered
the keje banking near the barred
entrant e, and look poiieliion ol
tbetn. While one-halt of the party held
tbu Jailor al bay, thu other half proceeded
to unlock thu doori, going Imuiudutuly tu
the cell where Clark Kvant wat chained
down, and thoy releatod him by inuani of
a halcbet ana cold chltel. In a few mo
ment! tbey rutbud back to the entrance.
with vnni in charge, and hurried him
into one of the wagon. On looking out
into the tlreult the jailor taw a large num
ber of pertona afoot at well h. ia the
bugglet and wagoni, and tbuy hurried
away in Tarlout direction. 11 o mvu the
alarm at once, but could not get endugh
poriout togetber al thu hour to ;iurtue.
The tberitl and deputies ttartrd ouv. but
lould not gut on the track of the fleeing
party, auoui iociookiiiii morning ex
tlberitr 11.11. who retidrt at l'rovidence.
came in, bringing thu newt that a man
wat found by tome pan en by hanging to
a tree by the road tide, near the touth
approach to the Apple Creek bridge.
Hurrying thither the otnceri aacer-
tainn.1 tti.l It . Hlnrk Kv.ni tlm nrl..
oner who bad been taken from the jail n
fM boura b.fora. The rMilnrlt vm. .it.. I
few nourt o.iore. The culprit wat tut
ponded in tuch a way that hit feet nearly
touched the ground by the bending of tbo
"'I'co'ron'ef rWrK'K-iAeiu, in tnu
pretence of a vatt crowd of t eople, who
bad gathered from all quarter. 'Ibo
corpte wat Uken down and placed In a
... i . .1. . ...... nn.r.lil
rough uox maue at iuo
and then depotlted In tbu 1'rovUoncu
grate yard. ,.,.... .,,
ur courto, tue iuiuuomw m-.m
remotett Idea at to wno compotu mo
lynching party , but the whole affair wat
well planned and adroitly executed. One
of ibeburiftet evidontly uod by lomo of
the midnight viMton, oroue uown wumi.
block from tne jati, uy runimn
imall bridge. DoubtUi at quick M mo
horjes coula oe removeu innu it vuuji
tUt accompanying It fled, at in the buggy
were rouna an om .mt ii "
of an old coat, two plugt ol toacco
neatly wrapped In a portion of
tbs county paper, a quart bnt.
tie with about half a pint of whitky in it,
and a tmall leather value contan ng
iom heavy twlnf, a cold 'diitol ind a
hatchet. TbJt bugfy ha not been Heatl
fled or clalme.l, but n inmor prevaih that
It belong to a party residing near Vh te
ll. Tim whole atlair hat orealuaa t ro
found ern.atlon, and to imtTBgeiiti wn
the murder coniwltlr! by Kvant Hat b it
few are dltpoeed to blame in-, parlin wno
have taken the law in their own liniidt.
The broken bilgry i in the banJ of the
tberitf aud will probably never boclaimeu.
LEGAL.
Decisions ol the Illinois
Supreme court.
KICIHIONaOK bUrilKMK COUtlT.
.SpKt.sariKt.u, Juno Tl. Tbu docltlont
ortheilatoiuprerna couri in relation tu
tbu revenue act ot Xti'l are extremely sat-
itfactory to the people ol tun tiaie.
In thu cate of Adtlt vt. thu clerk of
Cook county It it decided that thu prop-ertv-owneri
have In thu action or the
" . !.. I ..1. ..r AM,,ull..dtIiill
town ana couui uum. u ,.
ample remedy tor any utijuit or unequal
a'oottuient ot property for taxet, and tbu
opinion In the aame cate ii to the ctlcct
. . .1 ril... .1.1. l.t.nl iif ,WI ohI.
thai ine acnou ui iu. w-. -...-Uatlon
ii conitltutlonal.
In the cate ol rorter vt iue tiotaiuiui
Hock Itland and St. Loula railroad com
oany. tho law taxing tbo capital Block of
corporatlont chartered by tnu legttiaiuro
of ttill atate U tuttalned, while by anothor
,ll.lon the1 railroad aid law tf 18"9 it
declared unconttltutional. The tttect
of the whole let of declarationi
It that alltaxei mutt bo equal on .tall claatet
of property, and tbi. will bo highly
beneficial to tbe people. The towut,
countUa and citlet owing rtllroad aid
dbU will be lomewbat embatrted tblt
year to raiie tho meant to pay current In
tareit; but the tttablttbmont o tho prin
dole that corporation! mutt pay taxet at
tnW iduala do will to reduce U.o rate of
ttato t.xei thai no Injury will felt from
the abrogation of tho law ot 18i'J.
AVhlle the decltlont ol me cturt n-u
erlout atptct at given alov, tbure it
alto a llltle jone on me tvueago oat
which -could not be lot ugni
of. Thn lint orsaniHl ell'ort
to reiltt me aiate revenue
law wan made in Chicago, and cno. were
carefully propaied to protcnt to tbo tu
prime court all tbo polnti invUvlng the
queatlont of tailng capital ttock the con
tlltutlonality of tbe -rab law" it. .1 tho
eonitUutlonallty of tho law tatab
lltbinc tbo atato botrd of
equalization. Only the att
? thete oaioi was docided
dlraotly, tha polnta Involved being in tbe
opinion of the court much more olearly
pmaaU In me caie of ltamiey t.
itfi
linger from Clinton county, and tbo
r.llrond cnto trom itofk ItUnd cuuuty.
I That the itiprcmo court ehouU pin over
1 the lung and elaborate briefr rind Mrrangu-
I tuuut.i prupitrod by the lln1'1' of the
Chicago bar in an fcll'rit thoie "jnllomon
I will nut toon forgot,- B"d tbo dcoiiion of
. tboierrnvo poini'"1 ' argument pro
I ...t.l...V I... II .III l' IhUViiI.1' I l.i lit., imln.
ion of the Conk county legal fraturnlty
i, filv alitlni In. ult to iK'L'k'tt.
I ' -
FOREIGN.
GREAT BRITAIN.
ItoMK HULK IIKSU.ITIO.V.
I.oniios, ilunoi'J Thu'Ubaurver'pub.
Iiihi'4 the text ot the homo rule rotolvo
which Dr. Irnno Hull, M. 1. for Minor
IcV, propoiet to movii on thu 30th lint., In
thu homo ot roininoni. Il it in aubitance
at follow. That in the opinion of thu
lioU'O il I- utpodiutit aiid juii td rv.tore to
tue I run nation inn iiowit (r jii
lit-i.'-i--' " -""it - iii 't) Irith parlia-
lMvl,ir: - '
mem, prntiiion ooing inalo al thu rtmu
time for maintaining thn integrity of the
empire oy leaving to the imperial parlia
ment the control of imperial allaira.
NTIUKK K.M'KO.
The tlriko in which more than 10,000
niriert wero engaged, in C'leVelaud,
Vorkibire, i now onded, with the excep
tion of thu mnitora' term;, which imputo
h ti-duition of I 'J per cent, in wagea.
LA Yl NO TKt.KOIiAl'lt C.WU.K.
intermediate cable In 1,100 fathomt thia
morning - hopo to mako the final a pi Ice nt
1 o'clock thn afternoon. The cable i in
a perfect condition.
SVMPATIIV I OK r.Atlolll.SO MK.V.
A great duinonttration of lympatby for
the ncricultural laborer, locked out trom
wort wat made in .Manvhe.ter yetterday.
Thu muuibiirt of the tradel-unloni to the
number of 23,000, with tilty band of
mtiiic, marched in procetalon through the
principal tlreet. A matt meeting ttat
tubiequently buld al I'omona Uardeiit, ul
which it it etlimated upward, of TjO.uOi)
people weru preiunt. Joseph Arch and
other prominent friendt of workingmen
delivered addroiiea.
f.VVKILINO or Ul'.vrAN'H tTATLe.
Nkw York, Juno 2i. Kngllth papers of
tbu 1 1 Hi report thu unveiling of tio atatue
ot Cinyan, at Iltdfurd, thu previout day,
by Lady Auiltta rjmnley, the dnii of
Westminiater delivering un adareis on
the life and timet of tbu author of 111
grlin't l'rogreae.
UKLOIAN' KLECTI0N.4.
llelgian eluctlont abow u net gain of
four mumbert of thu liberal party in tbu
chamber of rupreaentativc and three in
thetenato, reducing lliu government ma-
(.'"itv to It
. .
lliumliilsterof pulillc works
loat Lit .eat.
1, L' KG L A K V
...,,, ,o i.riiko oimn n desk in tno r.nginti
iu..Ktl.in. mid attumotod robbury at the
Auilriaii legation.
CUBA.
Havana, Juuu lS!.-An imn.cnto water
ipout lormod in the harbor to day and
pat,ed through thu tnipping, cauting con-
iH;H.rSJ.i tnd .:n I
boali IUIIK. routes ii.'.. '
war fired blank cartridges, which bad tbo
tiled of dlttolving the column of water.
roKKiriN coi.v.
Thirty-six leading merchant!, bankerj
mi Imrilct hvo tinned an agreement to
receive foreign coin at the following rates
ul valuatluli. tbo puunu eiermig at T
leuitd'or at $1; American i0 piece at
GERMAN EMPIRE-
IUXNKK 10 MINfTKK IIANCKOPT.
ItMil.lN. Junu The metiiburauf the
i,eii.inv if.cieiico and the uniformy
.,.iii..ritie Li no.l n imviii a laiowuii
,i, .in .-i.iiiirdav lililht to Hon (ieo.
. Haneroft. minittur of the I'mlnd
Iilatet. I'rof I'uttl , lu.toriaii ofOrincii,
toa-ted Mr. Haneroft and lady, and Trot.
M,, onoer.au. Komaii bi.tnriati, madu hoino
reinarkf, la tbo coiir.u ol which liu tpoko
..r I... nn on of liermauv nun mo mutou
Htatat in t'uo ftrugglu for int.dlcctiihl Dee-
tlutll.
SPAIN-
(IKN. ('OM)IIA.
Mttiiiiii. June (Sene-al Concha
ri,.,riH that thu roaOl In the neighhur-
hood of I'.ttulU are impraeticable lor
heavy artillery, and ho will lm obliged tu
lutpetid operation, for tbu pruietit.
ITALY-
1 UK I'OI'K.
IUmk, .lutio ili. At a multitude wore
rii.rr,iiw from tho uraud tu ileum at
Saint l-oler'a tbe I'opu wa. neun at tbu
wiudow of tho Vatican. Hundred! of
nnnnln wavod hallllkerClliuft, and "01110
tix-noiitirJcal policemon fhouled "Loiik
the none, our kinir." .Several arreftt
were made. Tho troopi cleared and took
nniiuiinn of tbu utreut.
Tho popo in reply to tbo deputation
vimtnrilav Said 10 Wat COIlllduIlt Uod
uniml reitoru tbo crown, if not to him.
becautebo was too old and might nut Ilvu
to auu tbo day, then to hit tuceet.or.
THE DOMINION-
FATAL KXI'LOslOK.
Ilnmiiy. Ont.. June 22. -The boiler
if tin (lrot Wotturn railway 'team
drtdgo expired yetterday at llap'.ltto
creek, killing two purtoua nun .unuunj
Injuring four othora.
FRANCE-
HKfUTV HKAU.
1ari Juno 22. M. 'lox, republican
duputy in tbo assembly lu the department
cl .Miturllio it dean.
MUHIC.
(J. O. llodon, Director of Contorvato-y
nf Mutlc. and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given In
all itringol and wind InatrumonU. Kl'
mentarv prlnciplo. thorough bait, bar.
monv and counter point. Unprecedented
Inducements oUurod. 'Photo wlthing to
tocuro hU nervicot will pleato apply at
ll... !nniorVMtnrv of Mutlc OorilOr of
Twelfth utreot and Wanhlugton avonuu.
l'ianoa tuned and repaired,
a-e
3-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. JUNE 23. 1874.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
UNIVERSITY.
CAitno.MAiK.l.ickon otinty, 1
.May l.-i, 174,
On condition (hat i Hilllrlciit number of
)oung person- ili'.lrc, slid aio willing to
contribute a very.' fiullMlni touard ilefruj-
Ing' c.NiH-n-c.-'-.iy two hundred at foil
doilar- each a Normil lii'lltiitewlll be held
In the new building, cominccclng July l.thc
day of dedicating thi'liUlldlngii.atid continue
till July III. The Principal of the rnlvtr.lty
wlllliate charrc, and the member-, of
the faculty n 111 tlvc the main part of flic In
htriiclloii. At leJ-t ten lecture- will be git en
mid, If thu ea.h rontrlhuieil , Mllllclent, the.
tieMiiicn ortliU'Uie a JlI'MHlrl utnl lu.JI
ana, will be broiubt In for thc.c lecturer..
II not more tli ii one hilii'lrcdalid llfty at-
tenil, the pur-oml eomrjct with the In. true
tor- will be gieacr and tin prolltinore j and
tin' I'Xpcnie of'Jic In-t lln t inn will hello;
li'iiiiflieil Alteml. tl" f'''1 could be redilfcd to
three dollar".
An the -tatc IctlMiture make, lm protl
Inn-for paying bc expen-c- ot uei an In
.linite, .otlc-i'nihlfttonml talunble to puhlie
Southern llllnol., ailil another favor to the
in my the) hate already done the column
till , and glte thl.. aniiiiiiiiccmeiil heteral
gr.itiiitiiti. Iii.eiilor. in a good til.e e, and
eull the attention ol teacher, to It ?
Let ill uhe wl-li to atlcmt, m nd their
names at ouet and not later than June -it,
prox to Dr. ltobra, -'cretiry of tru.tecf.of
Southern llllnol. Normal t'tilUTrlt) .t.'arbou-
l.lle.
( i ood board can be had in Carboielale al
rea-on ible rulc.
N. II. -Tin' In.tltiite cannot be heM with
than one humlreil and tilty w ho will pay
tile dollar, eaeli.
ItiiMKIll Al.l.V.N,
rrlmlpalof faculty.
THU" CAIRO CITY
C
o
A
1
COMPAiW
' are prepared to Mipply customers
with the be-t
PITTSBURG
a.vii
ILLINOIS
I KrilalllLj-
7. " ""S .AT. .
Ohio l.etee.
JSVrilallldayllro. - tt liirtnoa
liiTAt LV)pti"ii MI1N; r
Iiir.t the coal dump, foot
Thirty-eighth street.
of
Special to lm Imam
CANDY FA1 T.O It Y
ROSE &
ilMmf.etiiriirs, Vlulela aud
Kntail DnaiTi in
Confectlonas Goods.
No. 17'.' Wruhnfton Ave.
l'uln,lll.
HKAl. KHt'AlK AHKKIIV.
.Inhii ). Iliimin.
oil'
J. Q. HAFMAN & CO.
REAL BSTA TE
-.su
it rtTTCsT A f ! RTM'IV.
l lyj uon .-. -t -!
COIiltKCTOHS,
CONVKYANUllllF,
And Land Agent, ol the llllnoinrei'.lral and
lliiillnglou ami .tii.Miiui it, it to-,
Nnrlli (!or. Hixlh mid Ohio I.cu'u,
CAIRO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON &. C0.
Real Estuto Agents,
AUCTION Kits,
i l Jlll lii ivwn i i"")
CAIRO. ILL '
liny and Hell UKAL PXTATK. Vky T.lXIV),
riilllinliea Ab.lMfa of Title.
TLud ).'oiniiillour.
ttllefiii
.A.3JTX) TWABHI1TQTON
, .
I.AM VKItN.
SAMUEL P. WHEELERT"
fTT0KNEY Ur COUNSKI.OK AT LAW
CM HO, ILLINOIS.
OIUIit OtrrKlut National UauU.
a.iMm
Joiu!"l. Jlulkcy.
MULKEY
ATTORNEYS
William C.Muikey".
& SON,
AT LAW
Oillcc! Llghtli afreet, between Commer
cial and a-liingloti avt-niice. Ml t'f.
GREEN &, GILBERT,
atiou.i:vs
COUNSELORS AT
LAW,
H'lif-ui I, (irm'h,
. imi, lui,:
Jlllei Oilbcrt,
tSrpcel tl atlentlnu
ami Steamboat htl-lue
given to Ailm(ialty
Ollicu
Ohio l.etce, ltnnm-7 andi over
l lit .National Mink.
JACOB WALTER,"
BUTCHER,
And Dialer In
FRKSIl iM 10 ATS,
Kioiitii Htkkt. iht. Wahiiinoton ahi
Ui.mikr(;iai.,A vic.ndjolning llanny'a.
lit i ll-, the liet of lleil. l'nrk- Miitlon v...l
Lamb, .-.au-agr, tie., aail U preptred to
M'rve I'.imlllei, tu aeeeptable maimer.
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
And Dealt r In
ALL KINDS OF FliKSFI .MKATS
Near 'Cor. Twentieth Ktroet and
Commiircial Aveuuo.
OAIKO. ILLINOIS)
HYLAND & SAUR
BUTOH IE-RSI
And Dealers in
CHOICE FHtSH mpvTo,
t or. loth Street and Commer ial Aveatlc,;
.Next door to the lit land -.tlooii.
l'.llll, ll.MNOtS.
11(1 AT NTOHi:t
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE OR00EII,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
No. 7(1 Ohio Level',
0.UH0, ILLS
.Special attention given to
meiiti ami tilling onter.
cotiitgn
1 1.2 It
SAM WILSON,
PK.tixi: is
BOAT STOEES
Groceries, Provisions, F.tc,
ISJo. HO Olvlo Iiovoo
CAIRO ILL.S.
II. MAXWH LI' & CO.,
JIanufaelurera and Doalera tu
MACUINK & IUjRNIC! OILS
nil
AXLE GREASE;
Al-o AgtfliU for the
UKLKHRATK1) GLO1J10
AXO
LUBRICATING OILS.
No. 71i, North Malue Street,',
HI. Lonl,Mo,
t.t wtm.
R. JONES,
Boot fc Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avonuc.
Iletwece Tenth and Klcvclllll Mreel-,
UAIHO, ILLINOIS.
itX
liiituotvu iiinpio1- '
h-l 2tn ,
WILLIAM H. HMITH.M.D.
.tUr:KCr:-No,2.,ThlrtoenlU
botwnn. waan ! gtu.. . .
traet
Ullll.U -W I.M....-..-
tain.
-A.V:H1 iT"lT2
NO. JoS
CAIRO ONE DAY ONLY.
MONDAY, JUNE 29, ,874.
lNHlllvrly llio Only harm Show tltnt will Kxlilhlf. in the State of IUImib
durlti? Oie Triivcllng Srawn of 1874.
T ii r in mm TW if I i- I lm
i IS liiis
33Ft3BjA.nr
World's Exposition
iiiillspiilnbly llio Largpsf Cxlulilttou
No liupnsiliilitiod I'rotn'ncil; wo iJuaranlce to Kxhiliit all we llepreuntor
Mouey Huitindod.
OUH MATIIOIjEBB OXIG Alt IZ A.TIONI
KMIIUACKS TIIK LAKULST AND MOST COMPLCTK
MENAGERIE, AVIARY AND AQUARI0M!
I.N TIIK WOULD. CONTAINING LIVING Sl'KCIMKNS OK OUR
CREATOR'S
GREAT
K tvnirii
"They v. .; " - ....a hadcouunanded No.i,."
'N ,"""ov T u,cil ,s TIIr
a". - -t-a- ClXjf ' .
K.MHItACINti OVKIt
lOO STAR ARTISTS;
TWO MAMMOTH BANDS-FORTY MUSICIANS.
COIKIKUUS STIlKirr l)lSilM,.VV-KISi:ST IS THE WOULD t
Doors Open tit 1 nrnl 7 p. ni.
Arrangements lave been nude
Hound Trip Tickets, good nu all ttaius
iiirouH
ti Ol Vli'illllH till) UlieajlU.-tl niliiw
jit v. i"iit loruet tbo dalu, Juno
this city
R. SMYTH & CO.
WIHU.Ks.VI.K
No. HO Ohio Levee,
CAIHO, ILLINOIS
57?. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & Hlake.l
Drulcrln
PAINTS & OILS
VAHNLSU KS,
II It HS I IKS,
WALL I'APKH,
WINDOW (5 LASS,
WINDOW SUADIW
And the celebrated Uliimliulliij-
AURORA OIL.
llrott' llulldlng, lltb St.tV: (Jomarclal Av.
CAIRO, ILLS.
EGYPTIAN BAND.
now fead) a.d !...a.cd to lurnl-h uu.lt
In any uiiiiiI"'"' ''" , . ..
Pics-nics, Celebrations,
ntul Parties of all kinds.
..W.r..O. Leader. ..0, Z!l
All oiiinmiiim-aiii" - -y. ...
in the Secretary.
rmi.tirtatory of ,IUhc
ttruel and Watittugtoii
W-HS-tf.
t loftier TWelUU
aveliue.
DU. W. JSLAUW
GERMANJMIYS1CIAN.
)udtra Dlffk (upalalra) corrf 8lb 8tro
and Waiblugton-Avenio. '
90-31-tf. OAUIO, lLUNOIfl.
D. MathUM
MATHU81 & UHL)
torwardlug&Oehifal
Commission Merclunb,
Dcalcra In
FJ.OUlt, CHAIN, HAY AND
WKSTKKN 1'ltODUCB.
0lt' . Caibo. Illb.
In the 'VorM, Eililblt at
HANDIWORK,
. illtll fi t e.1-
Admission, .-,0c ; Children 25c
with All The Lines of Railway for
from nil stations, to enable parties de-
t,u naiui uutiun im.- uuj uaiuuiu tu
lit). 51 15-9-eod-lOt
t'LVCK X0. 1.
I'LIfCK XO. 1.
TIIK NK.V ClinoJIOS-FUOX WIL
LAUD'S FAMOUS I'AISTINUS.
I'hese Klegant f'hromo. are by far tho inott
epio-.lvu pietures ottT l,'lvo thy pub
it . i .ii i.iimi. ,r n, IMiiek" to the
n . i,..itn. in or iiiimor ami 1
I..Vt extent. Sle III by 22 Inchea, mounteU
upon canvass and stralnrri
inert, i rice 9tu
the
pair. Peiut oruera to iiib iuii..uw.,
ltYDKH,41! superior atruet, Cleveland, O
!iiJi-:o-ii;ini-H,iiii
WAGON MANUFACTORY
For Sale at Wholesale and Retail.
COHSHll I'lliD 8THBKTA.NI OHIO I.KVS,
(Ml HO, ILLINOIS.
J. P. OAWBLK.
DR. JENNELLE.
(Bucreor to U. E, DoiiUn)
,u'dryo..dtot..
ou
I-K-MHaHBBAtV(
Li III il H il l
and Mmac aounttni.

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