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OPPICB, BTJLXiE2TI2r StJIXiODIlTa-, COE. 12TH STREET A.IST33 ABIIIO-TOlEr jVDQtTB
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
C-HHISTIAN CHURCII-Klrtittenlb Mrctt
between Washington and Walnut.
Meeting every bumhy at WJ a. m,, ami 3
Aunday school at :l p. m.
l'rayer meeting Wednesday evriilng.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10i a.m. ami 7i p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7J p. in.
iabbath8cbool,3p.tn. .1, M. Unwlen, Hu-
iicriuKiiiieui. nv; u. iiiavkk, rastor
MKTUUUIHT.-Cfir. KIbJ.Ui and Walnut Hi.
tornlnf tiravers.'Satiliatii 101 a.m.
r.Trning prayers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath .School, il a.m.
Hkv. K. Loan, Hector.
hT. PATHICK'H CI1 (JKCill Ninth St. and
V aMilnxtun Avenue.
I'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10J a.m.
eapers, 7 p.m.
.Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
ItKV. 1. J. O'lWLLOKA., Priest.
VT. .lOSKPH'.S CIIt)RCH.-((.crmau,, tor-
iter of Walnut and Crow street.
.Maw, every r-ahhalh alio iclot k n. m.
Verniers. 2 v. iu.
Itass during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hxv. C. JIokkman, Priest.
OKHilAN LUTHERAN CHIiltCH-l.ltb
.treet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching bunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Dahbalh .school at i! o'clock p.m.
Hkv. U. Iiukkaciixkk, Ptor.
VOUNO MEN'ri CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Kegular meeting aecond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Kriday, 71 p.m. at
1.. W. Still wki.l. President.
feKCONI) MISSIONARY HAITMT
CHURCH. Comer Sycamore and Forty
tlrxt streets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. iu.
The church in connected with the Illinois
Association, by tint Flrrt .MI"lonary Hap
tlt Church ot Cairo.
1UV. SOLUMD.H I.KOK1HD, Pastor.
A Kill CAN MKTUODI.ST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
services, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, lj p.m.
Class meeta at 3 p.m.
fcKCOND FREE WILL HAl'lTST-Flf-
teentb Street., bet een Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 1) and 3 p. m.
Rrv. N. lftCKH, Pastor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISMON
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets,
tsabbath Bcbool, 0 a.m.
KIKST FREE WILL HAPTIST CHUUCH
Servlcea, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A7ip. in.
Hv. Wat. Hkllkv, Pastor.
MUST MISSIONARY HAI'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath. 10) i.m. and 7) p.m.
l'rayer meeting. edneday evening,
leaching, Kriday evening. , . ,
Sabbath Scbc)l, li p.m. John VanHaxter
aud Mary Strtbcn. Superintendent!!.
ItKV, T. J. Suukkk, 1'axtor.
SKCOND BA1T1ST CHURCn Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the As
portation. Seivices, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
ltrv. jACOn HlUDLKY, Kldrr.
I A1RO COMMANUERY, No. 13.-SUUd
Auvmhr st tbe Asylum Maaotilc Hall, firft
and third Mondavi In each month. .
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 24.-Kegulr Conro
citlon at Maaonlc UaU, the second Friday
CAmo5Araat No. Jl.-lieguJar Con
tocMloB at Maolo Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot evarjiaonth,
JAIRO LODOK, So. 237 F. A A. M.-Retru-lar
Communication! at Maaonlc UaU, the
second and fourth Mondavi of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 224 Meeta In Odd
Kellowa Hall, In Arter'a bulldlnc, eery
Tbumday evenins at 8 o'clock.
Oovernor John L. Hevr titlge.
Secretary of State Ueorcc II. Hallow.
Auditor of SUte C. E. I.lppUu ott.
SUte Treaiurcr Cunper Uutz.
Attorney General Jatnci K. hdi:ill.
Supt Public Imrtructlon-Ne wton Hateman
CONGRESSMEN. . , ,
Senators Richard J. 0l-by and John A.
Ulfepr'eientative Fifteenth DUtricU-Uacc
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Hepreientatlu-s In tho With dUtrlit.
John II. Obcrly, Win. A. Lcmuiti and Math
it ,1, Inocorr.
inator for the M)th dlntrict. Ie?e are.
Judge-I). 4. Bker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney-I'atrlck II. l'opc.
Clerk It. 8. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. irvin.
Vm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Juib?- K. Bro.
Aiociat J. E. McCrlte aud S. Marchll-
Clerk-laeob G. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Goiwnan.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham.
ComptroUor-E. II. ! allN.
Attorney-H. WaO-on Webb,
l'ollce Magiitratea F. Hro.ii and .1. .1.
"Manhaland Chief or l'oHee-i.MPllulc.
Street CommMoner I). .L Gidllusn.
Health Ottlcer-W. Wooten.
Member! I'ollco Forcc-A. Cain Mrccnt,
F. Wbltcamp, Phillip Helm, Chin. Mebner
.... i A. Conulit.
BOARD QV AIDKUMKN.
Klrst ward-Ulram Hlxby and J. M.
V Second ward-Herman Meyers and Wood
UTbWwid-.lohnMoEwenand F. Kors-
m?mrth ward-C. F. Nellit aud M. .1.
'nnhward-Jno. U. Robinson and Win,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
ratty, . UMollnr.
Aad the celebrated lUumlaattst
BftOM'tUlLDUffOOl illBOT. 00B
Caio t ui.mom
rescuing, nauoain at sj a.m., anil 7 p. in
l'rayer meelitur, Wednesday, 7i p.m.
Sabbath Hcbool, fl. p.m. 1- W. Htillwell,
Huncrlntendcnt. Rkv. K. I.. thumiasiin.
HON IMTKIKS KOI'll l!KJ,LKT;
IN IMS l'A'IMIKH'S JiODV.
TIIK VICTIM AN APT1IOU AND
MN M' A l).STIN(MM.Si:i
Till; MUitDKItKIt A HOY !'
Naw Voith, .June 3. Frank II. Wal.
worth, i(;cd 10, Miot and killed 111. father,
Maiifliuld T. Walworlli, in llm Sturtovant
uuuso nil morning. llecoaied wiu an
author, nnd boarded In a liouie away
from bis fttinily. Domestic trouble ii hi
signed si tbo fanso of tho tragedy.
Young AVal worth (ho live? at Saratoga)
dlrertly after tlio shootlnj; went to tho
JOtli prfclnct police station, anil sur
rendered. AVnlwortli arrived in tub city
on .Monday, to attend a communication cf
the (Jrand Lodge of tho Masonic Fra
ternity, of the stato of New York, which
opens to-day. Young Walworth tells tho
following story concerning tho ihooting,
nnd the cauibi which led thereto:
TIIK ML'IIDCKKIt.H STATI.WKXT.
' I reside with my motbor, in Saratoga,
my father having parted from her several
yeart ago my father it an author, and I
have been studying law) I think father is
about -10 years old, but do not know where
ho wal born; my father lias not lived with
mother since lie left here, three years ago
but he has ropeatedly lent ui threatening
ami intuiting letlorr; it ii only n short
tinm since ho threatened to thoot mother
and myself ,
i !iroT HIM
llecauoof this; not long ago 1 met him
in Saratoga, and told him if be did not keep
a way from u, or if he iniultr-l my mother
anymore I would shoot .him . I told him
thero wero lxuni!i which I would not al
low any man to go lieyond with Impunity,
especially when myown mother was being
InsulUd; I went to hi boute yesterday,
and left a note for him tocall on mc, which
be did this morning. AVhen he came in
tbe room I drow a revolver, and told him
to promise ho would not threaten or In
tuit in any more, which he promised ;
shortly alter wo began talking on family
matters, and be used very intuiting lan
guage and put Lis band In hi pocket m
DRAW X 1'ISTOI,
When I shot bim ; be then came towards
mo, and 1 flrod three other sboti at him;
when I 11 red the last shot at him ho had
mo by tho collar ; I only regret this on
account of tho ell'oct it will have on my
family; I would like Judge Harbour to
know this, ui he was IntcrcUnd in the
Dr. Manh did not find any pistol in tho
pockets of deceased, but found a note left
for him by hli on, in hia bremt pocket.
The following ii a copy
"Tiirkf. oVlock. Iw ant to try nnd let
tie some family matters. Call at Bturtevant
lijuso hflor an hour or two. If I am not
thcru will leave word at the ollice.
Signed F. II. Walworth.
COKONKR YOl NO
Committed the murderer to tho tombs till
such tlmo as tho inquest can take place.
"When Chief Juttico Harbour was in
formed of tho doatli of Mr. Walworth ho
Immediately adjourned his court, that gen
tleman being a nephew of liia. Mr. "Wal
worth was a ton of tho lato Cbancollor
Walworth, ono of tho most distinguished
citi.ons of this itale, and a man identiflod
with temperance, tract, and bible societies
Tim particular of tho ihooting of
Mansllold Tracy Walworth this
morning arc as follows; Frank
II. Walworth arrived in this city from
Saratoga anil put up at tbe Sturtovant
Homo. Ho ; was Assigned to room 2GT
After cleaning hlmtolf of tho dust of tra v
cl, ho went out and prorocded to tho houae
whore bis fittbor was boarding, in Fourth
avenuo, two doors north of Fifty-fourth
itreot, ho enquired for Mr. Walworth, nnd
was informed that ho wits
NOT AT IIOUI.
Ho then left a noto asking hi in tocall
iu tho sturtevaut houio and ico . blm. as
ho wanted to settle somo family matters
When Mr. Walworth reached his home
he read tho noto which bis son had left
and this morning loft tho.houso about six
o clock, to go and too him. At 0:15 Wal
worth ontorod the Sturtevant houio, and
inquired ot tno night clerk ror Frank
Walworth. The clerk sont a bell-boy up
to hU room, with tho card of Mr. Wal
worth, Sr., to ascertain Ifitho ion would
then soehim. Tho boy ioon roturned with
SHOW THK (IKNTI.F.M AN ui
Mr. W., Sr., thon wont up ituiri. and
ia about 16 or 20 mlnutog afterward the
lound of tbeihoti va hoard coming from
mo room oy oae ot tbe chambermaids,
who ran down stain and informod tho
clerk, who immediately sent out for an
officer, but beforo be arrivod Frank Wal
worth walked down itain with hit coat on
hli arm, and stated to the clerk that ho
SHOT UIS J-ATIUH,
And asked whoro tho ntarest pollco ita-
tlon wai. After receiving the desired In
f jrmatlon ho went to tho telegraph oflico,
and lent n dispatch to li la uncle in Sara
toga, telling bim what ho Lad dono, and
aiklng hltn to break the nowsai quietly as
possible to hli mother, bofore sho could
hear of it any other way. He then pro
ceeded to I'Olh itroct polico station, and
walking up to the deik, italed to Sergeant
Mullin, who wns In charge, that he had
ihot hit father who wa then
In tho Sturtovant Home, at tl.o lame tl no
handing ovdr bis rovolvcr, which proved
to bo otic of Colt's six-barreled. Tbo sor
goafit examined tbe chambers of tho revol-
ve'r, nnd found four of them had recently
been emptied of their content' He then
asked the young man why he committed
the murder, and the nnswer wa,
He was then taken back and locked in
ono of tho collf, after which tho sergeant
went down to the Sturtevant house to as
certain tho truth or falsity of the state
ment. The hotel clerk told him it was
true atid showed bim to the room whoro
the body of Wolworlh, Sr., had been
foiitid lying on the door, with
a root. jf nt.onti
About his head.
Coroner Young atrivod and made an ex
amination of tho body and found there
wore four bullet wounds: A wound In tbe
left side, ono in tho right lido of the dies',
another in the loft arm, nnd yet another on
the right tidi! of tho face near tbn ear.
MAKK! OI I'OWIlKI!
Near this, to that the weapon must have
been close to tbe tlesh when discharged.
The coroner then gAVo a permit for the
removal of tho body, which wn subse
quently tnken to tho undertakers, at CO
Carmine street. Dr. Marsh will mako a
post mortem examination at the nbovo
Will remain at tbo ttation-houie till after
tho inquest, and should a verdict be ren
dered against him, will bo sont to tho
Tombs. He is but 19 years of age, and
treati the affair very lightly, lie ex
presses no regret for the murder except
in so far a the terrible dlstre it will oc
casion his mother and family.
Was publishing a serial story in the New
York Weekly, and bad another novel in
HANK (.V1IIF.n XKNTESC-y.I).
Hoston, Mass., June 'i. J. 1.. Savage,
caibierof I.tchtner bank, r.ant Cambridge
was to-day sentenced to live year tn ivi
well jail for making faUo and fraudulent
ontrie in tho books or tno bank.
PROCLAMATION TO THK FRENCH
AHMY 15 Y PRESIDENT
MAC MA HON.
liEiti.iN, June 3. The Asiatic cholera
his appoared in two villages In "West
Prussia, having been communicated from
P.usia and Poland. Quarantine In the
infected districts hns b-en established.
Madrid, Juno 3, Sonor Pierrod has
reaignod tho ministry of war, to which lit!
was appointed ad interim.
Tho government has received numerous
dispatches from provinces, congratulating;
it on the sp eecb made by the president
at tho opening of tbu conventional assem
PAWt-, Juno 8. Prosidont MncMabon
haslisuoda proclamation to tho army, in
which lie says tho cbolco of tho president of
tho republic from your rank.", ihows tho
confidence of tha national assombly in your
loyalty. Ho also issued an order appoint
ing Gen. Adm'.rault, now military gover
nor of Paris, to tbo command of thonrrny
Wamiinoton, Juno 3. All tho mcm
ben of tho cabinet woro present to-day,
with tho oxcoption of Secretary llolknap.
Tho Modoc question occupied no small
share of attention. Tho business was of a
'routlno charactor. Tho prosidont statod
lie would leave with his family Thursday,
for Long Branch, to spond tho iiimmcr,
but would roturn every two or three
weoks to transact businoss which might
require his attontion In Washington.
Warhinoto.v, Juno 0. Probabilities
For Now England winds shifting to south
easterly and southwesterly, and cloar,
partly cloudy and warmer weathor. For
tho Middle slates southeasterly to south
westerly winds and Increasing cloudiness
and rain from tbo Alioghanlei to Lower
Lako region. For tho Carolina! and
Georgia loutborly winds, cloudy weather
and rain. From Tennosieo to Ohio and
Lower Michigaa southerly, southeasterly
and southwesterly wlndi, cloudy woathor
and rnin, From Missouri to Wiicomin
and Minnesota winds iblltlng to wostorly
and northerly, cloar and cloudy woathor.
From Alabama to Loulsinna southerly to
westerly ln', nJ Pt'y cloudy !
San Fkancibco, Juno 3. Tho Hoard o(
Supervisors pasted an ordor for ihavlng
tbo beads of Chinese prlionera In tho county
jail. Sovoral opposing tho order donounced
It as inhuman, and contrary to decency. It
Is thought tho mayor will not approvo
Sr. Lot I. .Juno 3. Flour quiet and un
changed with only small ordur demands.
Wheat dull nnd unchanged; No 2 inrinc
$1 'J01 2!i, regular No 3 red fall$l COtf)
i e-'; Ho 3 l tsl 18. Corn hold llrm;
No 2 mixed 3813tc: 3J June; 40lc
July. Oats declined: No 2 mixed .".l:i2c
in aioTAior, ajc juiy. jsariey auu ami
unchanged. Rye slow and unchanged at
GSW Cue. Prime pork unchanged at If 1 Tfr
17j. Moi bulk nioati dull and nominal.
Ilacon dull; shoulders 7S"jc; clrar rill
tijc, elear lidei 0 JfTrtO Jc for Jobbing and
order lots; bams ltltc Lard dull nnd
uncbangod. Whisky steady nt iiOc.
Cattle quiet and weak; fat native l 2.r7)
00; stocki 25; wintered Toxans
t 21; bogs tl 'J.4 75.
MKMi'iit". Juno II. Cotton firm: pood
ordinary 15c; low middling 17c; receipt!
IH0: ihinmenti 1,237; stock Flour
ciuu ana nominal. Corn meal dull. 12 C5.
Corn dull. Oats dull and a shade lower.
Mc. Hay dull, SlSfj)25. Rran dull,
lit 50. llaeon dull anil a ahndo lower;
shouldori la,).c; sidts 9fe93c. I.ard
lull and nominal.
St. Lou, June .3. Arrivod ; Rob Roy,
Keokuk. Mary K. Poe. Red River. Grand
Tower, Memphis. St. Johns, Illinois
Kivcr. riherldan, Cincinnati. Red wing
And Alex. Mitchell, St. Paul. Slrader.
TonnoMco River, ftleccoe, New Orleans.
Departed Iron Mountain and Hob Roy,
Keokuk. Dubuque, bt. Paul. City of
Yicksburg, Yickiburg. Gate City; Keiths-
burg. City of Quinoy, New Orleanr.
Kate Kinney, .MiiHouri river. Jlonsccord,
Mound City. Messenger, Pittsburg. Joo
Plemiog, Memphis. Hello, Wheeling.
River falling; clear and warm.
Louisville, Juno 3. River fell 10 In
ches with 5 feet In tbe canal and 10 in tho
cbuto. Weat'ier clear but buslnesn vory
lull. Arrived: Mary Swann. Mobile:
Rover nnd baries. Pittsburg; I.ucv Hert-
ratu and JasGllrnore, St Louis. Departed
llertrara, Cincinnati; Rover, St Louis; Gil
Evansville, Ind., June 3. AVenther
cloar and hot. -Mercury 70 to h7. River
has fallen two feet. Up: F. P. Gracsy,
Idlewlld, Geo. Robert?, Arlington and II.
S. Turner. Down : Pat Koseri, Tarascon
Mary Ament. Mollie Ebert. Ouickstcn
and Nick ijongwortb, all with fair to good
!..- 11.. -t !!!
.riui. iiuiiuess lively.
Memimiik, Juno ".Weather clear and
hot. Rlvor rUlni; steadUv. Arrived :
Anna, Arkansas rlvur. Departed last
night James Howard. This p. in. Mo
hamk and bargei, New Orleans; Colorado,
Yicksburg; Jessie and liatcsvlile, bite
river; Gret Republic, St. Louis.
Nashville, Juno 3. Fivo and a half
feet on Harnetb shoalu and falling. Ar
rived' 'J.umsdon and Tyrono. Cairo. De
parted Luuisdon, Cairo; llrown, Ohio
New Oui.EANf, Juno !5. Departed:
Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati , Common
wealth nnd John Howard St. Louis.
Weather clear. Mercury 00.
VicKMiM'.o, Juno 3. Down: Henry
Ames, Citv Helena, Houston, Lady Lee,
Henry Tolle. Clear and warm. River
Little Rocw, June 3. River rising
with li feet In the channel. Weather
OAIHO AND PADUt'AH
Trie ipltxdld UomM
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday excentod) at
4 p.m For freight opassage apply on boat or
10 J Alt. jUALI.Ulir, Ag'l.
II. A. Thom-
L. I. Tlinnn
TIIO.MS & IMIOTHEH.
Mlcoco'lh to II. M. llulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS' I1II0K KRS
AND DKALXIl.s IS
Slaile nnd I'nuey Grooerlm,
Foreign and Doincstlc
131 Commrrclal Avenue,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
I HUMAN SCUM KTZSTOI5FK.
'iSucccsor to II. Thlelccke.
Dealt r III All Ulnda
FAMILY CROC ERIES
ItETWEKN TENTH AND ELEKKNTII bTKKETS
llnvliiL' nuri'hased tho grocery oiauusn-
munt ol II. 'I iloieckc, i
.... i...n.i n full mill tresl
and fresh Hupply of all tho
l eVt goods In my lino, to Im found In tlio
... ifl. II.. .trlM ntlpiitlon to bus IIOH.
nd falrdcallng, I hope not only to retain
. Anslnm ftlB DISCO llUS ClUOVed ill tllO
past, but to add to tho list many now pa
trons. Asking a fair karo of public patron-
"Tt'esiiectfully. Hkhman Schmktbtquk k
Has now on hand all kinds nl
r. mi AND 8TOVK WOOD
For sale. Lcavo orders at
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at corner ofTwolltb ' Vol'11"
JUNE 4, 1873.
TRESPASSERS S I NUISANCE- ! ! 1
All perini halng building", fences rr
lumber upon tho strip of land known as the
Illinois Central railroad's 1W feet Mrip, ltii
atcd between Ohio Icveo nnd Commercial
avenue, Cairo, llllnoK a alo all pcrcorii i
who have thrown or placed, orcaucd to be '
thrown or placed upon Mid Mrip of l.uid, '
any rubbl'fi, tin can, ojMcr chtll, clop., i
.iinr, L-uruaL'u or outer matenai Mint.
eer, aro hereby notllicd lo remove the
Mine forth with and within ten da a from
tills date, and to former hereafter dcklt
(mm such like trcp.tkes and tiiilvniec till-
Oil fall! land nr Hikv nliil rn.-li ul tl...m ulll
be proerutcd to the full cntent of the law.
I II K ILLINOIS CKNTIHI. it. It. Co.
Hr (irei'ii X- (illl.i rt Iu All'v.
v aiho, iii, .nay
r .it. t .... ...... .
11V THE MAYOR.
Notlee l hereby given that the nollce
hereby given that
on Upon whofpreniihe a nuk-iiiee lit uy
liape in.iv be (niinil nilhoul lirt wanilnir
such pcrnoii to remove the Mine,
Thlt aelloti N deeineil mni.'irv lipfuntn
of the reliorleil
and other illr.tc. John Wool. .Minor.
- Allto, Jlay 27, LST.'I. MS-lf
1. It It hereby ordered, that when anv
mrr. mil e. cow or lini? kIimM illn ulll. in II...
I mils of the city of Cairo, it hall -bo the
duly of the owner or keeper of Mich animal"
tohan its hoily rcinoted forthwith:! mile
bOond tho citv llllllla. nnil Imrinil In Imln
ofMilllclcnt depth, or iliio.ed of lor i-onio
-ciui nirpoc, or eat into the rner Into
deep water, oiic-lulf a lull.: below the cltv
'-'. That no person nhall, In part or whollv
IIII up any lot or paicel of ground -wit litis
luu cuy iiiiuiH. wiin Ktreet f.cratii, ma
nure, olfal, or any foul or feculent matter.
'). I'lilt all nerwiln ki'puliu- Hlmtcrhtrr
house, rtablcs or dairies or oilier places lu
which aiiimah arc kept, for either pleasure
or prollt, or for any purpose whatever, llall
keep tho .taiiie clean anil wholeomn by the
removal of all manure and other olle'n-lvo
matter at leat anco a week.
Hy order of the hoard or health of the citv
ol Cairo, .May 'jy. 1873.
roi-r.t. John Woon, Chairman,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
C OMMISSlOSP.IIf)' OlTICK,
Anna. UN.. Mav 11. 73.
Scaled rronoaN will bo received untl
o'clock p. in., on tho 17th day of July next,
lur mo erection anil completion (aitovc tno
basement Hory) of the centerbulldlngol tbu
Southern llllnoli Inano avlum, located at
Anna, Union county, Illinok beperate bliN
will bo received lor the brick-work, and tlin
price per luoo laid in the walUtatcil. A bond
of two thousand dollars rntlt accompany
each bid, conditioned that If the contract U
awarded, tho bidder will promptly enter in
to contract for the work co let. Tho con
tractor will be required to give bond in dou
ble tho amount ot contract price, to bo ap
proved by the governor for n faithful com
pliance of tho term4 ol the contract. Plan
and Mecitlcatloii4 will bo on exhibition at
the ollice ot the comuiI.-Moners lu Anna, on
and aHcr tho llr?t day of July next, where
niauK proposals can do uau. me commit
noncr. rcpervc xuo riuni xo reject any ami
all bids. It. 11. SlintuKftS, )
Uiham Wai.kku, Com.
M5 lOt. J KhSE lllhllOl-, )
Notice Ii hereby trlven that calcd nro-
nox.'iNwIII hit received at mv olllec. at tho
eouri-uoiisii in ino cuy oi uairo. lor lower
ing tho fence around the enurt-liouc co
that the ircscnt bao board ot sild leiac
will bu even vitli the slduvvalk, and to Mqi-
piy an iiiiiiu; pick'ciH, niriiMi mui anil
nail them on and all other timber iicceary
o mittlmr said lenco In cood condition.
The manner of lowering paid lenco l to bo
y cuttlnL' tho present ioU oil at tlin
ground and itRivvIng out that portion ol tlio
remaining in tno groiinii, aim men
ower the posts Into the ground at the Rami!
lace, .-am lenco mu-t tie utrali; it anil ol
a tinllonn helKht. Al-o to lower tho side
walk next to the fenco level with the regit-
:ir 'HicwaiK. 'inn liliH innioiii'' salit work
will be opened at 10 o'clock a.m., ot Thurs
day next, and tho contract awarded by thn
county court mouiu eitucr ot mc tiitii lie
The court rccrvei" the rlirht to reject any
and all bldi. .Iacoii 0 . Lv .sen.
Caiuo, May 30, 1S73.
Scaled proposals will bo received at the
cltv clerks ollice until I o'clock p.m. ol
Thuoday, the lilth day ot June, A. I)., 1S73,
fur lurnMiing tho materials or doing tho
work, or both, lor thn construction nt tho
following described sidewalks or cither ol
on tlio southwardly side ot uvcnt i utroet
Irom thu westerly lino of tlio Mdevvalk now
exl.tlng on the westerly iido of Washington
avenuo, to tho easterly lino of tlio sidewalk
now existing on tho easterly t.ldo of Walnut
street, and on tho northwardly side of .aid
Seventh Mreet, from the westerly line ot tLo
siucwaiK now oxistitiK on tno wcteriv'Milo
of Waihlugton avenue, to n point one
nuniircti icel castwaruiy irom tno easterly
linn ot tho sidewalk now existing on thu
eastwardly nldc of Walnut street.
Said proposals shall bo directed tn tlio
city council, and will be opened at a meet
ing oi tno council at tuo tune above, namcii.
All proposals; shall be inado tn accordance
with tho provisions, requirements and
specifications ofordinanco No. Kl, approved
April 111, A. I)., 1873, which ordinance is
now on tile in my ollice, subject to cxamlna.
lion at any tlmo.
Tho city council retcrves thn risht to re
ject any or all bids. M.J. How LEV,
Caiuo, Ills., May 30, 1873. Ml-lOt
Whereas by certain mortgai deed,
inonly called "sale mortiraL'e." bearinir
the Mil dav of January. A. D. 1S72. duly re
corded in book ''1'" on page S3, In tlio re
corder' ollice. of Alexander county, slate ol
Illinois, on tho day and year aforesaid, Al
bert Wright did convoy to tho undersigned
tho following described real estate, situated
In the county of Aloxandor and slate oi
Illinois, viz ; Tho west half of tho north
east quarter of section four (4), township
seventeen (17), noiitli rango two (2), west ol
tho third principal meridian, upon this ox
nress condition, however, that lu case three
certain promissory notes for the sum of two
hundred dollars each, executed hy said Al
bert Wright to the undersigned, and bear
ing nven date with said salo mortgage, dun
and payahlo respectively in one, two and
three years alter dato with interest at thu
rato of tun per cent, por annum from their
respective dates until paid, should they not
bo paid according lo tlio tenor and tilled
thereof, and should default bo inadu in tho
payment o I either of uald notes when due,
then tho roivalnlng notes should at onco
become duo and payable, and tho under
signed might proceed and sell tho said real
estate as by sukl mortgage deed provided,
and exuiito to tho purchuxir or purchasers
thereof, deeds for the conveyance iu feu ol
the premises sold, and,
Whereas default having been made In
tlio payment of tho llrst of said notes, aud
tho whole ol said notes having thereby be
eomo due and payablo, now,
Therefore, notice la hereby given, that by
virtue of the terms and conditions of bald
hale mortgage, I will, on Thursday the r.'tli
day ot Juno, A. 1). 1873, at tho court-house,
door in tbo city ol Cairo, Illinois, at tho
hour of 'i o'clock p, m. ol said day, proceed
to sell to', the hlclicbt bidder for cash tho
real estate and presnilscs herein beforo de
scribed to natlbfy said debt, interest, costs
and charges of said trust, and will execute,
and deliver to the purchaser a deod or deeds
therefore. i.ouis Johuknuen,
Cairo, Ills., May 30, 1173. .Mortgagee.
iTO. 7b OHIO LliiVBjT
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fl nnisiips 'I
xj o .sir!
COMPANY fl 2,
BHuiirrririnlBaW1 m J
2 M BRUSHES! JM STUFFSlB 5
IBfl COSMETICS BPJ P,tirTR&'jE9 C
X iH TOILCT, PR MATCRIAlJHy o
WIIiLIAM .1. AI.-J-HN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank.
SAMUKIi V. WUVIKIiBU,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ollice over First National bank.
Willatu C. Mulkey.
Oilleo, rear rooms over
.SO. l'-'l COMMKHCIAI.
Between Seventh and Klj
UHKKN & OILUHKT,
COUNSKLOKS AT LAW,
William II. Utren. 1
William II nilbert,
Miles F. (ilU-ort,
"Bppom. attantion kid tc ailmliallr ami '
amlxiat bullions. 1
OrriOR OHIO LKVKK, ROOMS 7 AMD 8 OVBB
OITT NATIONAL HANK.
JAM US H. SMITH,
Will buy and nil all kinds of real estate,
pay tae, rent hou-c, make collections and
MONEY TO LOAN.
sii.ooo in Minis of JMO to iJ.W on
proved real estate security in Cairo.
Stores, Manufacturing establishments,
dwellings and furniture. HulUatiil cargoes
insured at reasonable rates In llrst-clan com
panies. Oi fu k No. b0 Ohio Levke.
5-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
On Eighth Hlreel, oiwod Commercial anl Waah
DKton Atduiios, is iliiilT recelslnc
NEW MIliLlNHRY GOODS
I.ATKHT KflltNO ASH SUUItltK .STVt-KS
IK slit a lull Iido of
BOiTiTSrX,t3 &c HAT3
I rnmmed aad untrimmd,
KIlEKOU KLOWEK8, ItlUUONB, TK1MMIKG9
of all kinds, I.acva, fto.. ato.
Sirs, tknoe has also a largo aaiortmeDt o
Knocy Articles, tuch an
.NECK TKIH. CVLUR". UNflERHLKEVES,
Kb'FKH, HAMHEd, FAN8,
And all other article usually found In a
FIRST-GLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs, JlcUee. In addition to her stock of
Fancy and .Millinery Onods, has a tine and
Complete aswirtment of Cincinnati Custom
mailt! Ladles' and MUsea' Shoes and Chil
dren' Roots, lllack and in Colors. These
aruacknovvledgod to bo the finest and best
ever In the market, and this Is tho only
linu'e tho city that makes them a specialty
Retail and Prescriftio
Conier Washington At.
and Klghth itreet.
chamois and rabbit akin
for weak lungs.
Ar BARCLAY BH08.
FOR 90RK. THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Rt UAROLAV BROS
HOUSE AND, .
And Disinfectants forStablM,
Ar HAROLAY BRQS.
1I0NT.Y RKE," .T
"YOUNG AMERICA") J
And "Unlveraa SUndard.'.
- At BABOLAY BBOS.
It. 8. liRKiUAM, M. I).,
Homcopathio Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice 13U Commercial avenue. Residence cor
ner ot Eleventh and Cedar street. 6-3-tt.
DR. li. C. TABEB,
Will resume the practice ot hli proffislon
with especial referenco to the tlectrica
treatment ot diseases in all the naw am4 Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaint a ady
will lie In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avinue, upsUln.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Ollice and Residence 111 Commercial ave
nue, (next dour to tho Atheneum).
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. P.
REHIDKNOE No. 21 TbirtMnlh itrMt, IM.
tweoa WanhiDKton urenue aad Walnut ItrMt.
Oltlce U6 Comnif ixlnl arenue, up itain.
U. W. DUNNING, M.D.
REfllDENCE cornexNInth and Walnut iu,
OlBce corner Hlxtk streat and Ohio Uva.
Omce tiouri from S a.m. to la m and 9 p.m
DH. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply of pure Nitrous Oxide
(las, fur tho painless extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Rooms of Dr. Douglas, successor
1 to Dr. A. M. Austin, Klghth street. b-ltt
" m'LAND & SAUEB,
AND DKILKRS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK K VERY. DESCRIPTION.
Corner IOIli street and Commercial avenu
next door to tbo llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
i KmiiTii Sthkkt, Ritwiin "WAaBXxaToa
Adjoining Kltlenbonae avail assaiar'a
Ksup ttia ttat or Ut, Fork, Muttoa VmI.
I.muh, Snutsge, etc., nd ar preparad 10 rr
oitiseos tn the most aocentabl maaor.
I (Successor to Janics Cynaston,)
' UCTUnKK AND DKALBH IN ALL KlVDl Or
COKNKK NlMCTKNTII AND l'OFLAB Bit.,
' Ruys and slaughters only the belt cattle,
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to All any
demand for fresh meats from ono pound to
j ton thousand pounus.
REMOVAL OF GAH11AQE,
i city garbage gathorer will call at all
the hotels and principal hoarding houses on
WcduosdaVN aud baturdavs. will make tha
rounds of tho city south of Twelfth street
on Mondays and Thursdays, and north ot
Tuelth street on Tuesdays and Fridays. ,
c-3 ot .loirs- Glaunxy, City Hauler.
85 TO 920
All classes ot
working ueotilo. of either aex. voUosr or old.
make more money at work tor us to their
snare moments, or all tha time, than at say
thing else. Particular tree. Address
O. Stinbox & Co., Portland Main.
over 200 iniiiloni have beea used
Iwhlitn the past ten Tears, without
sjcomnlaint of loss by tag becoBlag
ictacieu. All Kxpress vompsuuesj us
them. SoM hv Printers ami Btatiessrs