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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
OonllatiMl from Faiirlh tngo
ll and Khiutan said "glvo It to rue;
lUrrlioti said ''give it to mo."
Orott examined by Llnegar-1 taw Harrl
on when became to my hour; thedeCeased
Hnrrlion and ono other party cnin e to.
gftltierpt wan about hall-pail 1U when
they i.amcj it Mat turns time after
they cttuo tli it tli dllliculty occurred ;
!aetcen thorn In my houte together bo
fwt; both mnn tint! been drinking ; they
drank in tho boutoj Swoboda had a bottle
with Mm an! atked me to drink with hlrn i
'lid not hoar of any difficulty beforo t
heard the Urine of the uHtot : tho nlstnl
"hot wat lint that attractod my attention i
there was tome live or li persons ttand
jni In the ball talking to mo over the
haniitert when the thooting wat donoj
they all went out; Rhoulan was tho first
one to corno In after the ihootlng; the
crowd wont out and then rushed In again ;
Swoboda raine in with Htrrison, and then
eent out again, aod tbon carao
tack with a bottle of whltkv, and
then went to Ida't roomi Ida't room
If. the third cne from tho do6r f there ai
some one in the room, but I don't know
who It wat; after H Wo bod a atkot me to
take a drink with him he went to Ida't
room, and that wat tho lait I taw of I itn
till the thooting took place; I went to
ward them when tin.' tbootitig wtt dono,
but put scared and went buck; can't toll
h h h wat on top in the iculllu; 1 d d not
see Swoboda on top. any time during tho
iicllu; .Swoboda wist the largi-it man;
from the time I wi tit back tho tint time,
I did not fto to where the men were until
tho crowd camo; taw Mr. Irvin there;
it wat only a short time after Kheutan
came until Irvin t-came ; 1 knew Hbeu
ta'i wont to icparUe thurn, but
don't know lut how ho dune it ;
I did not hoar Kheutan ask Hilly for tho
pistol ; Uilly uiked mo for the pistol flrt ;
ho pick'nl up a lamp that ws' sitting on
the halt tablo as if he was going to look for
It, just then 1 saw tho pistol atid picked it
up; I suppose ilillv did not tee tho nlttol,
lor I held ft behind my drs ; Hilly set
the lamp on tho Ublu when. I told him I
had tho pistol ho had b'en drlnkinc, he
had enough; idid not hear any dilllciilty
between Harrison and Ssvoboda before S
wont out for the liquor; when Swoboda
came In the last tirno .loo said' ''Ida
hat gone back on me;" I laid "Oh, no,
don't mind, Hilly and Ida aro )ust having
fun for a week or two; it will all past
away ' Harrison and Swobnda had both
been calling to ten Idabefore tbeditllculty;
1 taw .1. R. Bowlby there that evening ;
1 taw him there that evening but don't
remember if ho was there when the pistol
wat fired; I did not see him have the pistol;
Joe did not speak angry when lie spoke
of Ida going back on him , he spoko af If
he wai grieved ; I taw nifty and Swoboda
at tbo tiouse a doen times before the
shooting, I gtiesK. one would drop In and
then the other.
.Several of the witnossot for the prose
cution having failed to put in an appear
ance up to this time, the court took a re
cess until tbo arrival of the train from
Mound Junction. At 4 o'clock the
wilnesKi having arrived, the.examlnation
of wltnestet for the prosecution Wat con
Alex. 11. Irvin testified I am ac
quainted with the prisoner at tho bar;
lliink I have known him tome tlx or
mven yean; I wat acquainted with Swo
boda; I wat not present at the actualdifii
culty; beard of li shortly after; at the
house of MI Grace Windsor; I iaw a
cro .vd at tu houte; ran down and pusbeJ
my way through the crowd and went in
to tbo house, and asked "where is he,"
they laid "bo had just gone thero be
goei,1 I went down the itreotand hi I wat
passing corner of (sixth ttreet, tome one
said he bad ran down Into thacellar-way ;
I wont down and arretted him; I took
bim back to "Wlntor't; ht) tald don't take
me in tbert); I don't want to ie him ;"
Swoboda wa laying In tbo rear end of the
tiall; 1 could riot tell whether he wai re
moved Into a room ; 1 only taw him in the
hall ; 1 noticed hit wound ; there wat a
rupturo of tho tkin In tho neighborhood
of hit naval; I law the orltlce and it
nad the appearanco or a gun tbot wounu;
1 did not convene with Swoboda bocauio
be wat In a kind of a ttupor, and thought
it wat not woll to disturb him; the nrrett
wat made bofore ordinanv bed tlmo; taw
Swobodt before I took Ilarrl.on to Jail;
bf r"AV,L"r K'Tr li t0tw
nlirht: 1 taw him after ha wat dead; a pit-
tol wat banded to me, to the best of my
recollection, by Bobort Kheutan; tho pit-
. . i Jt J al lha I
Sr 'Kk ; '"ta charge of I.ieut. Taylor of
got the pistol; I loaned tne plilol to Tbos.
J, farKer wno wat z"'"ri UV " luuu"Ji I
mr::. 1 with Z Sl
wat shot wat here exhibited to and exam-
Ined by toveral pertons, it is n tix-f nooior
of ordinary lire). There wai one load
IIIBUIIMIUU nttoii b"'' I
Croit-eiamlned by Llnegar. I wat at
corner of Seventh ttreet and Commor-
ir..i.......4 whnn iiiiAin.n nuvu mi hihlcii i
rUl avenue when 1 wai tola tiy jo
.nli Arnold of the occurrence; It ii SCO
from where 1 wai to whero tho killing
fwMirrml! it it 2C0 feet from where I
caught Harrison to where tbo killing
wat done; was not with Harrlion long
until I took bim to Jail ; I law Hobert
Kheutan, teveral girli, Holle Finley, Ida
tDlor anu Olliera iuuiu, .vfii n.iv.
whethor I iw Grace Winaor or not ;
John Cain wont back with me when
we made tho arrett; I went back to tho
houte after putting Uarriton in jail to
take the ovidenco of the witnotict, and
Swoboda bad been removed to hit own
home. I lUU t the Jail all tn balance of
that nlfjht ud all tho next night, at thero
ai coniiderable excitemont, and 1 wat
- , . 1 . n.nl..,.an tnd I u,..
wat con. "'--,rv ':""r":',: rUnn., .
RPPrenantive us ,,w.v..ww v ... r..- . ,
ii..i.nn wai vorv considerably under the
InUuenco of liquor ; It could bo noticed in
1. i.ii,. he wanted a drink
iii. ---- . ... ,t..i i
when on the way to the jail,
w I would not let him have It.
tlfled'mto tho cbaractor of the wound
nLild fhrouA Uio liver and camo out
near the spinal column, producing a
wound from which doath resultod.
After the croii-oiamlnatlon Dr. Dun-
Dr. C W. iuiiiiing w "j
?l"?t ru'i'RS '.iv,' wound' on Svyobodn'.
bout tbo lips
, . . ..en- TVmnfncr'a ftvi-
Ai tno conciutiou vi """""',": , r,
dence, court adjourned until 8if.c'L"""
mnrnln. whan atldenco for the aeiomo
Ah W1W VWUlilUtlW" "-- - - . . .. ..
will be taken.
- a oi "
Verday. Agent. wantetU All cl.i i ol
working peofie, of either i.x, joww oreld
make more money at worlt for ui in mw
mnma. .n th. time. than at any
eiie. rarucuiari iree. "uTs7.in.
o. annaox Co., Portland lB'
CAI'TuTsE OF JAPT..iA('K.
TIIK MELANCHOLY MODOC
CHIEF OAUd'HT IN A
IK IS SILENT AND .SAD A
I'KJTIJRE OF DISI'AIH.
A MVKI.y SOKNK ON HI'.INCINC
HIM INTO OA Ml'
OKKAT UKJOIOlNO A.MONfJ
TtlK NL'MIIKR cAl'TL'KXIt.
San FKiNciM'o.'.Iuno 2 LongoU's val
ley, Lost rlvrr, Oregon, Green' camp,
May 31, Kvening. After a thorough ex
amination of tho Mudoct C'apt. Ives hat
gathered in during tho prcsont tcout, tin
dor Col. Green, It it ascertained thoy have
34 tnoti, women and children, 1"I of thorn
being able bodied warriors, 10 rifles of va
rlcut pntteriit, 113 cartridges and several
lean nnd hungry ponies. Boston Charley
and .Sohor.ichln are anxious about tho dis
position to bo made of thorn. Tho former
murdered Dr. Thomas, and tho latlor
mutilated Motchain. Ho.'ton Cbarlny
LOOK LI Kit IlKxI'KRAIlOKH.
Kich carries hit character in his face.
Huston Charley Is nbout 28, and Schonlcbin
It .10. The boldest warrior of the band it
S a Faced Charley. Dr. Cabanesso, of
Vroka, tho central surgeon, who it putting
the Modoct into crimp this morning, nfter
sleeping at night on their rulrost says of
C'apt. Jack, that ho presented a most woo
TIIK WILY WAKKIort
tat upon a rock In the centre of a little
lava bed, a few yardi back from tbo crest
of a Mull' and teemed n lonelv aa hit
surroundings. He was wrapped in a faded
army blanket, and hit bead wai buried in
h inds. Hit sister .Mary, captured at Wi!
ljwcreek day beforo yesterday, talked to
him with tears in her oyes, and asked that
ho enter our camp. He was sullen 'and
had little to tay. He did promlso that ho
would surrender to-day, but in the night
IIC STOLK AW A V.
The Mo Joes tay J nek i insane, hut
thero is much
MKT 11 01) IS II H IAI)Nhi
At pretent. Ho it thought to be in thit
neighborhood, with throe to five warriori.
Thero are twelvo warriori at large. New
tcouU woro mado In throo osllons of
tho country by tho cavalry under com
mand of Col. Perry, Maj. Trcmblo ami
MJ. Crenon. Tho war with tho Modocs
as a tribe It over. Fighting after
Will bo probably continued till tholitt
outlaw ii captured or killed. Captain
Hyier'i company of Oregon voluntoort,
numbering forty, arrived hero in tho val
ley late in the afternoon, and bivouaced
noar us. They will have a chance to do
i)ma little tcouting,to-day.
Aitlkoatk Manmo.v, Clear Lnke, Cal-
... , ,. 1
June 1, aftornoon.-This morning
tho Modoct at camp In Longoll't valloy
wera divided in loveral parties, and cent
t0(J couU ,or tho (lco, .Modocs. .hut
ruling parti., left, the Modo:. under
Capt. Ives, with tho exception of Hogut
Ctmrloy, Hooka Jim, Steamboat Frank
shacknatty Jim, woro tent to thit rancho
artillery, and a tmall detachment of men.
appleoa uov, clf.au laKK
Jno I, 3:0 p. m.A ,,rIM of prolonged
yollt and choort arouso our camp from a
pi0&tant tietta, half an hour lifter the do.
parture of my u,t courier. General Da
vis, General Whcaton and other ollicers
and all tho men riuhod from tbolr houses
and tents to find tho cauio of tho uproar
and at onco the wholo camp was in com
motion. Down Huol plain, north of tho
hsuto, wat a grand cuvalcado of mounted
STEfDS RUSII1N0 FORWARD
At once at a furlout rate, and loon neared
tho group of ipectatori gatherod about
"CAVT. JACK II CAPTBBF.O1"
Shoutod a iturdy torgeatit, and again
tho vallev ochoed with cheers and yolli
The mounted command wai that of Col
Perry , 1Io
f ' .
had returned from a icout
fna liura Htrnn ml1fi4 ftliAVQ
w neiiM't,uiuu "I
the mouth of Wllow creek. At half-
natt ten o'clock thit roornlni: th
Ana alter a brief search tho Mouoct woro
ditcovored. Col. Porrv surrounded tho
Indian rotroat. Hit mon woro bound to
rocks with a white flaB. He met a
"NVurra Spring and tald Jack wanted to
turrendor. Scouts woro toot to
make jack comk our.
"uttou.ly glared about him a min
uto, and then giving up all hopes became
forward, and hold out hit hand to his
Tlsitort. Thon two of hit warriors, Ovo
.,. .,, ,,., ,
iquawiand leven chlldron darted forth
and joined in thoturronder.
That made thi. f.mou. toout it tho first
gqmdron of the tint cavalry, Col. D. Per-
ry, compoeea oi troop r ,
! ry, composed of troop F.
' HIS APriAKaNCE,
Jack ii ahout 40. I(t la 5 foot 8 Incbet
htrb, and compactly built, ho has a large
aid well formod face, full of Individuality.
Although drestoJ In old clothe, ho lookt
very much llko a chlof ; ho doct cot ipeak
to any ono. Tbo Modocs aro grouped near
tho house, and turrounded by a guard.
Spoctatort peer In .lack's face with eager
lntorest,but he hcodt them not Ho l still
at a statue.
A ('Alt I)
Nkw York, Juno !.'. Tbo following
card was published to-day.
To tho Kdltorof tho llrooklyn Kaglo-
UJCARbiR 1 havo mnlntalued silence
respecting the slanders wlilch havo for
some tirno past followed me, and 1 should
nottpouk now but for tho take of roller-
ng another of the unjust imputation.
he document which wat recently pub
lished buaring my name with otlierf, was
published without consultation, either
with mo or Tllton, nor with any authorl-
atiun from us. If that document should
lead tho public to regard
Mr. Tiltoti as author of tho
calumnies to which It allude', it will do
im great injustice. I am unwilling that
he should even seem roiporuiblo for tho
ujurioui ttutemonts whose force was de
rived from others.
Signed. Henry Warm Hf.kciikr.
Mr.li'iii, Juno 2. Cotton firm good
ordinaay li law middling 17; receipts,
10; tuipiiients, 1,27; stoclt 2,HoO. Jflour
dull and drooping t r,0lO 00. Corn
ull, and drooping (yj(i)ric. oa'.t uull.and
roonlnc 43lCc. Hay dull, $lWij25.
Hran dull, Hn corn meal dull, $'J CO.
'ork' dull, nominal. J.ard ami urooping,
!Tr. 101 Hacon sti lair demand but at
ower rute. Sbohlder iJnTJ. Sides 9J
St. Lor is, J no 1!. Flour very dull,
unchanged. Wheat dull; lower, No. '2
pringf 1 20l 25; No 3 rod fall 1 45
1 CO ; No 2 1 CO. Corn flow favon buy
ers ; ro J mixed MUtXivc, elevator 4ll,
lulv; f3 August. Oatt dull; lower to
seller; No 'J mixed 31 J32J ; elevator
14 seller .June. I.ard dull and uncliangel.
Nf.w Orleans, Juno 2. Flour dulr
doublo njc; XXX fijc; family 010c.
Corn firmer, mixed 6icj yellow &8cj white
HfTiiOc. Oats easier at Jtc. tiran 75;
Hay dull; primo held at $2S. Pork dull at
17 w, dried salt meau Kull; suouldert 7;
oTtTJc; no demand for sides. Uacan dull at
KOiCTJic; keg 01(101. Suear dull,
fully fair bJOyOc. Molatses none offering.
Whisky dull at 'JJc. uottee nt llBc.
New Orleawn Juno 2. Arrivep: C
I! Church, Cincinnati; ltobt .Mitchell,
Louisville, rlo departures. eatner
ler: mercurv B0,
Namiville. Juno 2. Klver falling
fast; C feet on Harpeth thoals. Arrixed:
Kddyvillehnd llrantlard, upper cumuer-
lnnd; Silver Thorn, Kvansvllle; U A
lirovrn. Ohio river. Departed: failver
Thorn. Kvansvllle; Kddyville, Cairo.
M km I'll is. June 2. Klvor rising no au-
ily. Mercury 81. Dopartnd: Utah, for
J.itlle i;ock; iiene .iiompni", .-ji i.uuiei
Lady Lee, Ked river; Colorado,
Little llocu. June 2. Weather cloar
and hot. Hlver riling, with 13 feet In tho
channol. Departed! Klttio Uogler, Cin
cinnati; Kxportor, Now Orleant.
J.OUI8VILI.K, ivy., iiune urn"
ni vorv tlowlr. seven foet tcant in chan
nel; live feet in chute; cloar, warm; bun-
neitduli. Arrnod: .iiinnooia anu oar
gei, Ironsidct and Hargos, St. Louii;
Mollio Kbort, l'ittsburg ; jjepaueu : mu
neola, Cincinnati; falli; St. Louii; Iron
tldet, l'ittsburg; Nick Long worth, New
Orleans.; Tbos. Sherlock, New Orleans to
Cincinnati; nnd Henry Vrobasco, Mom-
phii to Cincinnati passod up last nigut ;
Hull of Cact. 1'arrsalli new Yazoo river
Packet towed ovor to wharf to-day to
receive machinery. Lucy rJortram, si.
Louii to Cincinnati expected to pass up
City National Bank Building.
MkJspeclal attrutioo paid tsordert from steam
boatt aUht or dav
PARKER k BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
rally, BssttBlae, slaaollne,
iod Ibe celebrated illuminating
niOSB'LOiMHN?, COB ilTII -ST. A 0011
HOKE TRADE !
Corner Twelfth fetrcct and Washington A e
J. C. HUELS,
(Lato of St. Louie,)
ROOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MAN U KAOTURKK,
ii i a vk HOOKS of every dcHcrintlon done
with neatncwi and dltpatch. All ktiiilt of
I ftt tlielow" possible rates,
i nuuty work, such at Iteeordt, Dockets
.ouu'i rv,",.',... . ,n.i .. ..o,.in.
' V..... a Blinrt nilllpn
l','. llookH, Hlankt, etc., wade a ipeclality
Hoxes, focKOi noon, aiive iupe, eio
. iio order U-Mtl
m U I" otJer
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1873.
Homeopathic lJiytcIan and Surgeon. Of.
Ih'o l.li! Commcrclalavcnue. lleIdcncccor.
iicrot Kloicnth and Cedar ttreet. O-Mt.
Tlsu city garbage gatherer will call
tlio hotels and principal board'.ng house
Wednesdays and Saturday, will make
days and Saturday, will mane me
rnutiitu nt !lm nllr mull of '1 Welftll Street
on Monday and Thurvlays, and luirth ol
Twelth street on Tuosda) a and Friday.
fi-3 ct .Iohn (Ilaknkv, City Iliuiler.
OEPORT cflhe eonlillon nf ilie City Niliorul
J VKjnV of Calio, at Cairo, In the Mite of Illinois M
cloicbf buuic April 'J.'i. 1S7.I.
Loans and discounts....
U. 5. bonds to secure circuta
U. S. bond on hand
Ulhtr loW, Uindt and rr.nrl
lull. mi no
.1,1 Hi .'.0
Dur from redeeming and rc.
serve agents Ilt4.rt :n
Inie from other national banks T,".!"
Due liom state banks and
banVer. -.. 1.1.117 II
lltnMnz home M.imiOi
7 -rjt M
Other real eitaie ,
Current eirentet.... I"
Tatetiaid 6,W U
t an itenn .. "r""
lidls of national banks 16,i"J '
Fractional currency, and
nickels 5,0V. ii
Pp-tle, coin , R.M'JM
Irijil tender notes !.iJ "I
Capital stock raid in 1"".""" W
Surplus fund ,"
Kichange 7 M
Interest - U
Profit and loss - '."v f
Circulation outstanding liotsi W
Individual deposits .i-.,i
Due to state banks and bankers. 1!,7U 10
State or Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I. W. I. tlAI.I.IDAV. tresldent of the City Na
tional Hank ol Cairo, do sol-mnly swear that the
above statement. true to the best of my knowledge
W. p. HAI.LlliAV, rreiiiieat.
Eutivribed and sworn to before me this 2d day of
June, 183. t t
rl. II. V.A.a'r,r,, .toury ruuiib.
Conect Attest .
It. II. CUNNINGHAM,"
ii I). WILLIAMSON, ) flir-ctort.
II. I.. IIALI.IDAV. J
pOItTV-SnCOND report of the condition of the
P First National Hank of Cairo. Illinois, at the cloe
of Lullncss April W, 1 "7.T.
Ians and discounts toliVi It
Overdrafts t-Vj 11
U. S. lionds to secure circulation lmyMi w
U. !-. bonds and securities on
hand fr l,2n) 03
Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages - 00
Due from redeeming and re-
terse agents rt,017 80
Due from other national banks. VD,t41 If
Due from banks and bankers ... 1.T47 03
Real esute I,51S It
Furniture and fixtures . :J,MH &i
Current expenses I,3W
Cash Items, including resenue
tumps -7 1
Premiums paid ?,fe'4 e7
Taxes Daid... '.'.3.V. 10
Cash on hand In llurrencv 21,301 7? 1U.TM 15
" " s.oln SM T.
r.xcnange, inieresi, moni anu iou.. .
Circulation outstanding -M
Indlsfdiial dco.its..,,w.M..... . ..
, llO,K) 0"J
.. II I, "'14 10
C,.nniliM;, Al,.,n.l, rnnnlt. . .
I HI... I. ni'nnnlnKhiin. fi.hfrr nf fh Pint Na
tlonal Hank of Cairo, do olemuiy ear that the abos e
statement Is true to the best cf my knowledge and be
lief. . . ..
Ill Aa. IJU.'s.MMjII AM, s.asnier.
and swom to befure me lid llilrty-
fir.ldas of.Mav. IHT.l.
CANDKK, Notary Public.
f"V.-rrt A 1 1 -St
HOI1T. V. MILLER,
I. m. run. i. ir.-!,
W. II, MORlllS,
A T II t N K U M
Five nights only, commencing
TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE !1
" LOVE'S SACRIFICE."
Adiiilion as uual.
GRAND FAIR AND FESTIVAL
HALL AND GARDEN
Hy the ladle of the
ST. JOSEPH GERMAN CATHOLIC
WEDNESDAY, .lUNK 11, 1373.
Kvcnbody is linitcd and expected to be
IIYLAND & SAUER,
33 TT TOHBBS
AND PKALX1I8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial avonu
next door to tho llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ANU DKAI.KH IN
KlOllTll STHXKT, BTWBN WA8HINOTOS
AND C0UMKB0IAL AVIHUKB,
adinlnlattT lU'tnbooBs and Ilasssss'a
Kei the ' u,'i pfk" Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Saustge, to n4 are prepared lo rt
cltitent in me iuu. mw'f .
(Successor to Janict Kynaston,)
HOTOUKR AND DALIl IK ALL KlND8 OF
iiiist. .ti.t nUuirhtera only tho beat cattle
hoin and theepr prepared to nu any
uemaud ior iresu
. . . -'.1. Maa.a n-nltl I I I IHIUI1II III
ten thoutand pouui-
All per.-ons halin bulldlngii, fences nr
lumber upon tho strip of land known at tho
Illinois Central railroad'a'lOO feet atrip, situ
ated between Ohio levco and Commercial
aoiiuo, Cairo, Illinois, as also all persons
who have thrown or placed, or caused to bo
thrown or placed upon tald strip of land,
any rubbish, tin cani, oyster shells, Mops,
manure, garbage or other material what
eicr, are hereby notified to remove tho
Mine forthwith ami within ten days from
this date, and to forccr hereafter de'lit
from tiich liko trcp.ies and iiiiImiiicch up
on said iandorthev and each of them will
be prox'ciitcil to the full cntent of the law.
Tlltt ILI.INOIH C'KNTKAI. It. It. CO,
lly Oreen .t (Jllbert It Att'yu.
f Allio, III-, May 2!, 187.1. Ml-7t
HY TIIK MAYOIt.
Notice Is bcreliv iris en Hint tlio tiollce
force hae been no'tlffed to arrest any fcr
ton mioti whose nremlse a uulsanee In anv
shape may be found without first wiimiiig
" l'eron to remove the tame.
i nm action it doemcd ncrefi-arv becaiisr
oi uio reported near approach orthe cholera
and other ilNcatei. JOHN WOOD. Major.
C'Allio, May 'J7, 187.1. MMf
1. It It hereby ordered, that when any
hore, mute, cow or hog hhall die within the
llmlt-s of tho eilr of Cairo. It nhall he the
duly of the owner or keeper of uch animals
to nan lit iioiiy removed forthwith a mile
beond the cltv llmitH. and buried In a hole
orstillicicnt depth, or dlposed of lor s-otno
uiuiiii iMirpoe, or can into tno ruer into
deep water, onc-lislf a mile below the city
'J. That no pcron s.Iiatf, In part or wholly
llll up any lot or parcel or ground withlii
the city limits, with utrect -eraiing, ma
nure, oll'al, or any foul or feculent matter.
!J. Mist all peront keeplnif (daughter
house", tables or dairies, or other places in
which aidm.ils are kept, for either pleasure
or protlt, or for any purpose whatever, i-hall
keep the same clean ami wholesome by the
removal of all manure and other oflenle
matter at least ancc a week.
fly order or the board or health of the rlt v
of Cairo, May '."J, 1S7.').
fU'iiMit. Jons Wood, Chairman.
NOTICK TO CONTRACrOILS.
COMMISSlONKKS' Ol'PICK. 1
ANNA, Ills., May 1J, 1S73. I
Sealed propoali will be received until 1
o'clock p. in., on the 17th day of July next,
tor tho erection and completion (above the
basement Moryl or tbo center bulldlngof tho
Southern IllinoU Insane asylum, located at
Amia, Union county, Illinois, fccperate bldi
will be recehed for the brick-work, and the
price per lOoi) laid In the wall stated. A bond
or two thousind dollara n:iit accompany
each bid, conditioned that if the contract is
awarded, the bidder will promptly enter In
to contract for the work M) let. The con
tractor will bo required to give bond in dou
ble tho amount ot contract price, to bo ap
proved bv the governor for a faithful com
pliance ol tho terms ot the contract. Plans
and specifications will bo on exhibition at
the otilce ot tho commissioners in Anna, on
and after the lint day of July next, whero
blank propo-als can bo had. The coimul-
Moncr. reserve tlio ripht to reject any and
all bids. It. Ii. STflUiKMS,
UiitAM Walker, Corn.
MTiUit. .Ir.sSK 11I81101', J
Notice Is hereby chen that pealed tiro-
IionaU will b received at my ottlee, at tbo
eourt-uouso nunc cityoi Cairo, ior lower
ing tho fence around the court-house to
mat the present base ooaru oi earn icnce
ivlll lie even with the sidewalk, and to tlll-
ply all mlsisliifr pickets, furnish nalli and
nan incm on ami an otner iimocrs necessary
to putting said fenco In good condition.
The manner of lowering i-ald fenco It to bo
by cutting the present poits oil at tho
ground and drawing out that portion ot tho
i.o-t remaining in the ground, and then
lower the posts Into tho ground at tho name
place. Said fenco must bo straight and of
a unllorm height. Alo to lower tho side
walk next to the fence level with tho regu
lar sidewalk. The bids lor doing said work
will be opened at 10 o'clock a.m., ot Thurs
day next, and thu contract awarded by tho
county court should either of the bids bo
Tho court reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. Jacoii U. Lynch,
Caiuo, May 30, 1S73.
Scaled tironosalt will bo received at the
ttv clerk's otlice until 4 o'clock p.m. ol
Tliuritilay, the l'Jth day ot June, A. l 18711,
tor iiirmsmng tne matcnait or doing thu
work, or both, for the construction ot the
rollowing described Htuewulks or cither ot
un me soutnwaruiy side ot movent h streot
from tho westerly lino or the sidewalk now
existing on the westerly side of Washington
avenue, to tho easterly lino or tho sidewalk
now existing on tho easterly tide of Walnut
street, and on tlio nortiiwaruiy sido ol said
Seventh street, from tho westerly line ot tho
sidewalk now existing on tho westtyiy side
of Washington avenue, to a pjiiit ono
hundred feet eastwardly from the easterly
lino of tho sidewalk now existing on tho
eastwardly Bide of Walnut street.
Said proposals shall bo directed to the
city council, and will bo opened at a meet
ing oi tno council at tno tune auovc named.
ah proposals snail be made in accordance
with tho provisions. reuuircmcnU and
fpecltlcatlont of ordinance No. ts'l, approved
April lit, A. I),, 187.1, wlilch ordinance U
now on tno in my onicc, subject to examina
tion at any time.
"i no city million reserves stno r c it to re
ject any or all bids. 31 , .1. lion i.k v,
C.uiio, Ills., May.K), 187!). f)-31-10t
WhercaH by certain liiort),'ai:e deed, com
monly culled "halo mortgage," bearlnj; date
thu Sth day of January, A. I). 18?.!, duly re
corded In book ('l''" on page b5, In tho re
corder oiuco oi Aicxauuercoiiniy, tiaioot
Illinois, on tho dav and year aforesaid, Al
bert Wrljiht did convoy to tho undcrnlgnud
tho following described real estate. Hltuatod
hi tno county ot Alexander ami male oi
Illinois. : Tlio wcat half of tho north
east quarter of iectlon four (4), township
bovcntct'ii (17), houth range two ('J), webt of
the third principal meridian, upon thin ex-
nrt'M conuuiou, uowever, mai in caho mrco
certain protiiUsory notes for the btim of two
hundred dollara each, executed by mild Al
bert Wright to the undersigned, and bear
ing oven date with said mile mortgage, duo
and payable respectively In one, two and
three years after dato with Interest ut tho
rate, or tun per cent, iior unuuin irom ttioir
respective dates until paid, tliould they tot
no pain according 10 mo icnor anu eurci
thereof, and should default bo made In tho
payment o I either of paid notes when duo,
then tho romainlng notes should at onco
become duo and payable, and tho under
signed might proceed and sell tho said real
estate as bv said mortgage deed provided.
and oxeciito to thn purchaser or purchasers
thorcor, deeds for tno romvyunce mice oi
t tin tireminos sold. and.
Whereas, default havlnir boon mado in
tho payment of tho first of said notes, nnd
llio Wlioiu oi saiu notes Having meiciiy ue
S.U1I1U 1IUU j'.J HUIV. U I. ,
Therefore, notice Is hereby givcu, that by
virtue ol tho terms and conditions of said
sale mortgage, 1 will, on Thursday tho l'Jth
day ol June, A, 1). 187,'), at tho court-house
door in tho city ol Cairo, Illinois, at tho
hour of i o'clock p. in. ol said day, proceed
to sell to tho highest bidder for cash tho
leal estate and presmiscs herein beforo de
scribed to satisfy Bald debt, interest, costs
mil ..liiinrpii nf until trust, nnd Will OXeclltO
and deliver to tho purchaser a deed or dcedi
merciore. t.uum tM'mi..o..,
Cairo, His., May M, 1873. Mortgagee,
WHOLES ALEJAND RKTAIL
IsTO. 74 OHIO Lli-V-HUB
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over Klrst -National bank. 3-lG-3m
SAMUEL P. WHEElEK,
ATTORNEY & ClSSL0ll AT LAW 1
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. 1
Onicc ovor First National bank. 3-IMiu
Jolm II. 3lulkcy. Willam C. ilulkey.
MULKEV & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oilicc, rear rooms over llamion's book
NO. 124 COMMEKCIAL AVCNUB,
Between Seventh nnd Kighth atreotH.
G HE F.N & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William zs Qllber
3reia. attention alien to Admlraltr aad
am boat butlnoaa.
or rial onio litis, booub 7 ahd 8 ovu
OITT KATJOtTAL BAXK.
JAMES II. SMITH,
Real Estate Aoext.
Will huv anil sell all klndi of real estate,
pay taxes, rent houses, make collections and
MONEY TO LOAN.
M.000 In smut of 1500 to fi.OOO on Im
proved real estate security in Cairo.
Stores, manulacturim; establishments,
dwellings and furniture. Hulls and cargoes
Insured at reasonable rates In llrst-cluss com
panies. Ofkice: No. 80 Ohio Levke.
5-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the electrica
treatment of disease! In all the new and im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaint a ady
Will be in attendance,
Office, Via Commercial avenue, up stairs.
U. WARDNER, M. D.
OiUcc and Residence 111 Commercial ave
mic, (next door to tho Atliciieuin).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D. i
fiEBIl)KNCK No. St Tmrteenlh itTMt, b-1
i tsreea WaibinKion atenu and Walnut ttrett.
ce U6 0ouin.rcUI tTau, up atalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
ER81DBN0K eorntrNloth and Walnut ft. '
umce eorner Blatt street aad Ohio Uvee.
umoe noui-s ironi o a.m. to i m,, " f"
"DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply ot pure Nitrous Oxide
(las, for the painless extraction or teeth, at
the Dental Itoomsof Dr. Douglw, suoceasor
to Dr. A. M. Austin, Kighth street. Mtl
Over'JOOmllllonBbave been used
Inithln tho nast ten yean, without
Jcoiuplalnt of loss by tag becoming
rrrw.ii. ah Kxnress uoniDamet use
them. Sold by Printers ami MtatloneM
Retail and Pretcriptlo
Corner Waahlngton at.
and Kighth atrsseU
Of chatnolf and rabbit tkia
for weak lung.
At BAKCLAY BUOS.
KOIl SOKE THBOAT,
Prepared and told
Hy BARCLAY JtBO
And DitlnfectanU fovStablM,
At BARCLAY BROS.
And "Untveraa Standard.'.
At BARCLAY BROS.
f rov ibiohb; it a .
Ohi Iivru CAimo, Iix.
Tb ipleadld tUsuaer
Dick Fowlib, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepUd) at
4 p.m for freight opataage apply on boat or
to J XI. HaUOBT, Aff't.
W II ITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H WaLTUI, rrcttrlMM,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, BHINQLSU, OKDAK POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicit!). ,
I ynralthad oa abort taotloa.
Commercial arenuo, between Ttwlb aad
I Klorenth ttreeU
B. F. BRYANT,
Near Twecty-nxth Street,
Outo Levkx, - CAIRO, ILLS
All klndf ot Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy
press, Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of the city free of charge.
S3ri'atron&ge solicited, and attUfactlol
IMMIGRANT TICKETS -
FOR 8ALK,"t pJJf OR BALR
VOR BALK. J ffeilrOB BALI
Fare from Iarinrooi,
Fare from LoxDOXDIaaT
Fare from OlaOOW,
Fare from (JuxxxiTOWH
TO CAIRO, ; : t : : : : 8 0
HatTsnl, Monit CaasUe AftM.
LiTMpoel Htw.Terk ahct rbtlasUlafcia
eaota ooitsuot wita tmraa it ants AB
' ror Oarrjiaf sk llauf
FOR PASSAGE. TI0K1T8
oa reataaa laeeatursoe
JLPPLY TO JOSN O. DALB, AM
II Hrot4wi7, Mtv-Terk, etto
a. ts -
Watatate area QaMt, DatDst,