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OFFICE, rB-CnjIEJTIlN" BTTIXjIDIZTa-, COR. 12TH STEBET WASHI1TGTOW .VBOiTTJB
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
'-CAIRO.' ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OFICITY AND COUNTY
llendlUK Mint er 11 rry -i(P,
(JltUlnTIAN CHUIti'H-F.lghteenih street
between Washington ami Walnut.
Meeting every bunday at 10 u. in., and i
smnday school at I) p. m.
Prayer meeting Wcdncda) evening.
Preaching, Habbatb at 191 a.m. ami 7) p.m
Prayer meeting, WedncdaT at 71 p. in.
sabbath School, if p.m. J. M. Lansden, 8u-
porlntcndcnt. Urv. II. Tiiaykh, Pastor
MKTHOOl.ST.-Cor. Klghlh anil Walnut St.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m
I'raver meeting, vvciincsuay, it p.m.
i Mciiooi, ;;. p.m. i.. w. nimweu,
Hr.v. F. L. TiioxreoM,
CHURCH OK T1IK ltKI)KKSUClt-(Kpleo
lornlnc prayer. Sabbath 104 a.m.
".verum-prayer, it p.m.
fjabhalh School, II a.m.
1UV. K. Coan, Rector.
sT. PATRICK'S CHUHCH-Nltith St. and
I'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 104 "
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Strike every day, S a.m.
ltKV. P.J. O'Hai.lohax, Prieit.
.T. JOSKP1PS CHl'RCII.-lUcrmaii,) cor-
nir of Walnut and Cross streets.
Mass, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Ia during week days, h o'clock a. m.
ltev. c. Huffman, Priest.
trett between Washington Avcuue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath school nt 2 o'clock p.m.
Jttv. C la'i.usx'UNfcit, Pastor.
VOIJNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Mouday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A Co' bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meetlug, Friday, 7i p.m. at
I.. W. Stii.i.wf.i.l, Preildent.
SECOND MISSIONARY KAPTLST
( HUHC1L Corner Sycamore and rom-
first Htreetn. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. Hi. and U o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church la connected with thu Illinois
Association, by the First Ml-ionar) Hap-
t.st Church of Cairo.
Hf.v. Solomon Lko.nahd, lator.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, bo
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbuth. 11 a.m.
S.t'ibaUi School, 1) p.m.
CI aw meet at 3 p.m.
bKCO.N'U FREE WILL 1IA1' TIST Fif-
leeuth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. Hicks, Pastor.
FREE WILL, HAPT1ST HOMK MISSION
SA1UIATII SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street".
Sabbath School. 0 a.m.
FIRST KKKK WILL UAl'TIST CHUKCH
ServICK, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. 7ip-ttu
llBV. WM. hiF.Ll.EV, l'antor.
FIKST M1SSIONAHY HAT 1 1ST CHUKC11.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
I'reichlnK Sabbath, 10J a.m. and 7J p.m.
1'rayer meeting. N ednrwlay e i-utug.
l'reachlnc, Friday einiliiK.
Sabbath school, 1) p.m. John anltaxter
aud Mary fttephein.Supertnteutlentf.
IlKV.T. J.SllOKEH, l'a.tor.
8KCONU UAl'TIST CllUnCH-Fourteeuth
Street, between Cedar and alnut. 1 he
only lUptltt church recoifuUed by the A-
Setvlcc, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m.and , p.m.
Kfv. Jacob IJiuui.kv, Elder.
CAlltO COMilANUEllY. No. ;-Stated
A.emuly at the Aiylum Maeonlc Hall, tint
and third Monday In each month.
CAUtO COUNCIL, No. 24. IlcgiUar tonvo.
cation atMa.ouic Hall, the ecoud Friday
CAIKO CHAJ'TElt No. 71-HeKUl.r Con
vocation t Ma.onlc HaU, on the third
Tucuday ot every mouth,
JAIHO LOUOE, No.iJ7 F. A. JI.-KeL-ii-lar
Communication at Maputo Hall, the
iccoml and fourth Monday or each mouth.
ALEXANUKH LOUQE, W-Mti In Odd
Fellow' Hall, In Arter' bulMliiB. eO'
Thurnlay evetuus ai o o cioi-R.
(lovernor John L. UeverUlge.
Secretary of State-Ucorge I. Hallow.
Auditor of Statc-C. K. Upplncott.
SUte Trcasurer-Ca-tier llut.
Attornev (ienerj James K. Ldsall.
Hupt.: I'ubllc iln.tnicUon-Newton llateman
Scnator-l!lchard J. Ogle-by and John A.
LifeprcieutaUve Eighteenth Ulntrlct-liacc
MEMilEltS OENEHAL ASSEM11LY.
HeprefentatUet In the Mth ilMrlct.
Jobn H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math-
Siuator for'tho Goth dWtrlct.Ie-se Ware.
Judge U. J. liaker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick 11. l'ope.
Clcrk-H. 8. Yocitm.
SherilT A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Asscwor and Treasurer.
AoclauiwI)'.McCrlte and 3. Marchll-
UOCl'crk-Jacoh Q. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Oojuman.
MUNICIPAL "(JO VEUNMENT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham.
Coroptrollcr-E. II. halll"".
Attoroey-H. Watnon ebb.
Police Magistrate -F. llross and .1. .1.
"Marshal and Chief of Police-Win. Mellalc.
Street Commissioner 1). J. Oalllgan.
Health Otllcor W. Wootcn.
Mombcr Police Force A. Cain saigent,
F. Whltcamp, Phillip Helm, Chun. Mchiior
aud 1. A. Coimnt.
boakd of ai.df.hmen.
Klrt ward-Hiram Ulxby und J. M.
Second ward-Herman Meyers and Wood
Ulttcuuouse. , .,
Third ward John McEwou aud t .
wcyor. , ,. ., ,
bourtu waru u. r. bhi
Fifth ward-Jno. 11. Robinson and Wm.
11. Morris. .
nvor200mllllon8liavo been used
t ... i . i.i .1,. ,mt ten vcam. without
Icoiunlaliit of loss by tug becoming
ifetacUed. All Express coinpaiies uau
them. Sold by Prluters ana aiaiioMir
83 TO $20
Per day. Agents wanted! All classes ol
working people, of either osf. yomiq orl
make more money at work for u lu their
snare moment, or all the tune, than at any
thing else. Particular tree. Address
O. tlTiNBo.si ft Co., Portland Maine.
I Sat IB 1 1
Reported Expressly for tho Bulletin.
JUDGE SIDNEY H. miKKsrc
elected chief justice
of the illinois
. . .
OI'INION OK JUDGE II f N'T IN THE
CASE OK SUSAN II '
iiukksi: made ciiuf jumice.
CtiiCAno, Juue IS. Tho JuJgos of tlm
supremo court or Illinois to-dny electod
ludgo Syduoy H. Ureco chief Justlco
Judge Uroeo is tho oldest member of the '
court, having held his soat over a utrtcr
of a century. j
WnKS II. ANTHONY'.-, TII1AL.
lto iikstkii, Juno IH. Judge Hunt in
hi opinion of the cast) of Hutatt It. An.
thony, says the right of voting or prlvi
logo ofvotlng is tho right or privilege aris j
ing under thu ronstlttltluii of tbo state, '
and not'f the I'nltod Stales. If tho right !
bulongi to any particular person, it Is bo- i
cmiiu tuch porson is entitlod to it a u cit- j
Uen of tho stato whon hu oilers to exercise
It, and not because of rit!zcrihip of tho
United Stales. If tho state of Now York I
should provide that no person Jionld vot
till ho had reached tho u of thirty-ono
yuan, or after Lo had reached II fly,
or that no person having gray
hnlr, or who had not thu possession of all
hi limbs, should La entitlod to vole, I do
not too how it could bo held toj bo a vio
lation of any right dorivjd or held under
thu constitution of the United Stales. If i
the legislature of the state of New York-
should rupjlro higher cpjaliflcatlon In
votes for a representative in congress
lhan is rcqulrod of it voter for n member
of the assembly, this would, I
conceive, bo a violation of tho right
belonging to one as a citizon of the United
States. That right is in relation to a fed
eral subject of interest, andean be guaran
teed by the federal constitution. Tho
.inability of u state lo abridge the right of
votingon account of race, color or pruviou
condition of servitude 1 a fed
oral guaranty. Its violation would
ha ik denial of n fuderal right thkt U .
right belonging to claimant as a citizen
nf tho Czitcd State ; this right heioin ex
ists by virtue of the Fifteenth umond
ment; if tbo Kiftcunth amondment had
contained the word sex, tho argument of
the defense would have been ptent. Sbo
would have said an attompt by the state to
deny tho right to vote because one is of a
pirticular sex, is expressly prohibited by
CITIZENSOF XA.SHVILLE FLEK
FROM THE CHOLEHA.
THIKTY DEATILS FKO.M THE
A CLEAK DAY IN MEMPHIS,
WITH FIFTEEN FU
NERALS. MEETING OK THE RAILROAD
LIKE ASSOCIATION OK THE
THE SCOUKflK INAIIATEi'.
Nashville, June IS. Tbo cholera is
utiabatod. Tbore is a considerate exodus
of people out of tho city. Three dray
men wero attacked on tho street. Ninety
convict aro down with diseaso, mostly
cholera. The deaths from cholera to-day
were 20, of which S aro white and 22 col
ored. Ilusinoss nearly suspended.
A CLKAIl HAY J.V MKMPHIS.
M km nil'4, June IS. Tho woather has
loen generally clear to-day, And for tho
first day In two weeks no rain fell. Tho
people aro hopeful In regard to tbo chol
era, and inAny believe a fow days of clear
woathor will bring release from danger.
Thoro were Dftoon intermonts to-day,
eleven of whom died of cholera.
New Oni.CAKB, Juno 18 Tbo marble
status of Kranklin, by Hiram Powors,
which was presented to tho city by C. A.
Weld, was unveiled In Lafayette squaro
this afternoon with approprlato ceremo
nies. Judge W. W. Ilowo delivered tho
UAILROAll LIFE ASSOCIATION.
3t. Lous, Juno 18. The fourth annual
convontlon the Unitod States Mutual Life
association met here at tho Southern holol
to-day, with a largo roprosontation from
all sections of tbo country, Tbo proeont
momborsliip of tbo association U '',-S0, and
134 railroads aro represented, each road
boing denominated a division, The Presi
dent, John G. Noil of Columbus, Obio,
called (ho convontlon to order, and there
being but two member of the executive
committee present, ho filled the vacancies
by tho appointment of Wm. F. lllako, Il
linois Central, O. McGinloy, Philadelphia
and Heading railroad, and Frank Fair
man, Illinois Central railroad. After
soino furthor preliminary buslnose, the
prosidont dclivorod tho annual address, lu
which ho stated tbo association
was in u tuoro prosperous condition
than ever before, ami that in tbo three
and it half year that tho association had
nxttted, ahuut $75,000 had been paid t
the heirs of decoasod brothron. lie urged
tbo member to make personal etlorts to
1 increaio the mombeaship of tho associa-
i uoo, anu rucuuioienueu my lormauou ot i
j local organization! on different
railroads, similar and auxiliary
to tba parent aMoclatlon, with a view to
kocpini; up tho interest and promoting
tho wolfare of the Association. Horocom
mended an increaio of tho limit of tho
nmoutit of insurance from $1,000 ai now,
to j,o00. Hcports ol secretary and
"n,Rnc? "mnUl! w J oweU
Hotirtlisng condition of the association.
'HCO.VI) DAV OF THE HACKS
KOKTY MILES WALKINC
MATCH AT OTTAWA,
Piti-ki iw, June 19. Tho socoiiJ ilayS
meeting of tho Pittsburg Driving Park
association, raco best threo in live for a
purse of $1,100, four horses started. Nettio
was the favorito, with ICatu Campbell as
second choice, Tolodo Hoy and Gentle
Annio In thu field. First heat. After
throe Itiblleclual eflorts to start tho word
war given and Kato Campbell coining in
the winner. Timo 2:3;:.
Second boat. Somo timo was spent
false starting, und on tho fifth a good send
oil' wa given , will. K ite Campbell ngii'n
leading. On the homo stretch Obio Hoy
lapped KaIo on a bad break within Ufty
yards of the Judge.' stand, and won tho
beat by hall n length. Timo i!:3.'..
Third heat. This was a repeti
tion of those previously ran, and
resultod in thu favorito win
ning in 'J. Kate Campbell second,
Ohio Boy third, and Gentle Annio fourth.
Kotirth heat. Nettie took the lead and
maintained It. Time '.':3o, Kate Camp
bell second, Ohio Hoy third, Gentle Annie
Fifth heat. This wat all one way,
Nettlu having the heavy odds of 100 to
on her winning the race In 2:301, and
won the raco and purse.
summary. h-ate Campbell 1, -, 2, 2, -;
Ohio boy, 2, 1, 3, 3, S , Nottm 3, 3, 1, 1, 1 ;
Gentle Annio I, 4, -I, distanced. Time
2 Tl, '1 35, 2 3'.', 'J:Sr,, and t!:0J.
Ottawa. Ont., IS. A walking match
took place tn-day from Arnprion to Ot
tawa, a dlstanco ol forty miles, for $100 a
side, belwoen Pace, the English profes
sional pedestrian, end Sparks, a land sur
veyor. The men started Irom Arnprion
at 4 "0 a.fJ., and when half way, Pace led
half a mile, but at ten miles from Ottawa
he gavn out. and Spark came in at 12.19
p.m., having walked the distanco within
eigbt hours. Pace was tho favorite, and
contiderablo money changed hands.
THE NORTHWESTERN SURVEY.
1 NO PARTY ATTACKED HY
ATTACKED HT THEMOrX.
illSNEAFOLis, Minn., Juno IS. -A
special from IJismarck, on the Northern
Pacific railroad, roports that the Northern
I'acilli! surveying party which left Abra
ham Lincoln yosterday, when about two
miles out from the latter place was at
tacked by ISO Sioux Indians. The Indi
ans wero mot by two company! of infantry
and a detachmont of cavalry. Kour
Sioux were killed. The escort Accompa
nying the party number 'J00 armed mon,
and no serious trouble is anticipated.
After the skirmish tho Mirvey was re
Toronto, Juno 18. Two men ontorcJ
thu office of Foster cc TownsDrougn,
bankers and hrokors, here this morning.
Townsbraugh, who was alone in the office,
turned to his dosk to make an ontry, when
ho wts etauck over the head with a loaded
( it ( . a . l
cane, and n uangurou wounu inuicieu.
Tho men tried to rob tho office, but
Townsbraugh shouting murder, the vil
Hans oscaped without securing any plun-
Wasiunuton, J une 18.Piobabilitic4
Kor New England gentle lo fresh and oc
casionally brisk southerly to westorly
winds and increasing uloudinoss aro prob
able For Mlddlo states and Lower Lako
region fresh to brisk southerly to westorly
winds, increasing cloudiness, with very
probable rain aroas over latter during
Thursday. For Uppor Lake region fresh
to vory brisk winds voeruig to southwest
erly and northwesterly, gonerully cloudy
weather and occasional rain. Kor the
Nortbwest fresh to brisk winds, veering
to westerly and northwesterly, partly
cloudy weather and occasional light raim.
For tbo South Atlantio states light to
froU southerly to westorly winds, with
clear or partly cloudy weather. For tho
Gulf states east of Mississippi and north
ward to Ohio and Missouri gentle to fresh
soutu westerly; to westerly winds, and
partly cloudy weather with occasional
lalu areas on I'hursday.
ItKUEl'TlON OF THE SHAH OF
l'KKSIA IX KXaLA.VI).
in: is couniALLY welcomed
WHKUKVKU HB OOKS.
THE IS1IAU IN ENULANt).
Lonpon, June 18. Tho iliab of Jl'er
sia crossed tho clmnnol to-day in tho royal
yacht, accompanied by a fleet of Iron
clads, and arrived At Dover At 2;!S0 p.m.
The city was gaily docoratcd, ami crowded
with visitors, And tho shipping in harbor
vss covered 'with Hag and slrcamors.
MOVAI. IMTo'li I.SMlMi
Salutes wero II rod from the llect, and on
! shore he was rocehed by the Duko of Kd
j inburg and Princo Arthur. Tho mayor
and corporation government men pre
sented an address, to which tho shah re
plied by thanking them for his kind recep
tion on entering bcr majesty's dominion.
A reception ho said which made him feel
that he was among friends. Tbo shah
and suite accompanied by the royal princo
A "HxTIAl. TliW
Kor London. They arrived at Charring
Cross at 0 o'clock. The building was dec
orated with llags and Mowers, and tho plat
form covered with crimson cloth. A Ireavy
rain prevailed At tho time, but immense
crowds surrounded tho place. On Alight
jng from the car the shah Jwas met by the
Princo of Wales, Prince Tcck, Princo
Christian, and Duko of Cambridge, who
WELCOJIIl) HIM TO KNW.ANI).
Tho entire party thon entered curriages
and drove slowly to Marlborough houso,
notwithstanding the inclement weatlicr,
which somewhat marred the splendor of
tho spcctaclo. The stroots, w Indows and
house-tops along the lino of tho procession
were fi'Ied with peoplo, who kept up
cheering- Tho shah dined at Marlborough
house to-night with tho Princo of Wales.
1 HE VORUKKY CASE.
i Loxi)ON, Junf 18 McDonnell and
the other bank forgers wero brought be
fore tho mayor to-day. Tho attorney of
tho ctown took occasion to make sultublo
acknowledgment of tho services
ol bcncncK, American ujiuisier,
and of tho authorities At New York, lu se
caring the extradition of McDonnell, and
thus forwarding tbo eud of Justlco. All
the papers In tho case not havlnu -me to
band, tho case was again aUpurned.
Cadiz, June 18. Tho admiralty court
of Cadiz ha completed it investigation
of the sinking of the emigrant ship North
fleet by a Spanish steamship.
lit nul Fallot lli-KIei'j
For2t hours ending 3 p.m., June IS, ls73
lloouville ill 1 2
brunswlcl; 01 -
Cairo 24 7
Cincinnati s 2, 0
Davenport 12 0
ExaiisvUle I" 0 HV
Fort llcnton S 1 ' 2
Hermann 10 ft 1
JeUer-on Cit 1'i ii
Kansas Cit) HI 11 1
Keokuk 12 2
LeClarc ! 4 ,2
Lcaenwortli 0 2
Lexington I 1
Little Itock II ' ii
Louisville . 2
Marietta 4 7 !
Memphis 22 7
Morgaiitowii I .i I
Naslnllle Ii I
New Orleans ,2 ri I
Newtleueta I il 7
on City I ! 3
Omaha ll 7 7
Paducah 15 I 2
Pittsburg 13 ill ,1 !i
Shreveport 27 .V I
ft. Joseph 'I.'i .'! '
St. Loufs '24 4
St. Paul '12 11 to
Vlcksblllg 3D i!,,
Warsaw 12 1 (i
Yankton . . j i ,
Ob-en ver, Signal Service, U. S. A.
Sr. Loi tc, June 18. Arrived : North
western, St. Paul ; W. 11. Itrown, Ohio
river; Illinois, Peoria ; Andy Johnson,
Keokuk Addio Johnson, Gafona; ilelle
Memphis, Memphis. Departed Andy
Johnson, Keokuk; Kuturo City, Now
Orleans. Grand Tower, Mamphi , Mary
Davage, Pittsburg; Hallo Shreveport, Red
river; LaCrosso, St Paul; Dolphin,
Upper Mississippi river. The river W fall
ing slowly. Tho weather Is cloudy and
VicxmiURU, Juno 18. No boats to-day.
Weather cloudy. River falling.
Pitts uuito, Juno 18. Tbo Mononga
hola is il feet and 3 inohos in tho channel
and falling steadily "Woathor oceslvoly
Cin'ciNNATi, June 18. River 8 feet and
rising. Arrivod: John Eden, Cumber
land river. Departed ; Exchange, Pitts
burg i IJormud. Evansvllle; Hoiirv Pro
btsco, Memphis. Weather cloudy and
MBUrius Juno 18, River rose i
Inchos. Weather clear and pleasant. De
parted t Nick Lougworth, Cincinnati;
City of llelona, St. Louis; Henry Ames,
Nf.w Okleanb, 'luno 18. Arrived!
Great Republic, John Kylo and Glencoo,
St. Louts, Uepartodi It. E. Loo, Louis
ville; Mary Alice and barge, fct. Lout.
Weather rainy. The cabin of the steamer
Fontenell arrived ibis ovonlng,
Louisvii.i.i, !ao 18. Rivor aUlion
ary; 5 feet canal, 3 feet chuto; i foot on
Portland bar; 6 foot scant on Rising Sun
bar. Weathor cloudy, showery and hot.
Freight scarco; rates to Now Orleans ad
vanced! Pound froight 36c; pork $1;
whiskey f I GO; Hour and meal 5c; cast
ings and itoves f0c; bay $8 per ton, Do.
parted; Mary Houston, Now Orleans.
1 MAKKET REPORT.
Sr. I.nuis, Juno 1H, Klour dull; super
I 13(54 'JSC: NX $5 'JuO, XXX JO 00
Q7L'5; family $7 -108 25; fancy $8 CO
M) 25. Wheat Hat and lower, nothing
' doing in spring samplo lots; No 3 rod fail
sold lit 1 !I5f7 I III; M) 2 $1 TioQI 01.
Corn dull ind unsettlod, closing Tower;
No 2 mlxoJ uiio olovntor cash: SOW 391c
July. Oats dull, lower and unsettled;
No 'J mlxod .Hl(.?,3'.'o cash. Ilartey no
demand; no market, i'yu dull; good
j to prime sold at 50c sacked. Pork
1 quiet $10 75&17. Dry salt meats iioml
1 rial: shoulders 0o. clear rib Sic! clear
sides 8c; bacon dull; shoulders 7c;
clear rili 'Jjc; clear sides Ojcj hams HW.
lfc. Lard dull, summer steam nomsnal
Sc. Whiskey firm h!'c. ColTco In better
domand at '.'l'JIln; In a small way,
higher. Sugar dull, unchanged, Louisi
ana hJ;i 10Jc ; refined J lower. Cattto
steady and unchanged. Hog, receipts
light; prices rang $4 K(n)t G.1,
Mr.Mt'iits, June 13 Cotton Is In fair
demand and advanced; good to ordinary
lClCjc; low middling 1718c; receipts
320; shipments 1!C3; stork 20,7b'. Klour
dull and nominal. Corn meal scarce and
firm at ;'J 90. Corn senrco and firm at
fSc. Oats quiet and weak nt -IZQiZc. Hay
dull And nominnl. llran dull at at 13c.
Lard dull and drooping ot SflOc. Bacon
Is in lair demand and advanced. Shoulders
"Ify'Je; clear rib 'JJCi Ojc.
N kw Oiileans, Juno 18. Kiour dull;
XXX ?7 oOQS CO; family 'J COflO.
Corn in good demand; mixed Otic; yellow
mixed o8c; vellow COe: whito COfllc.
OaU plontifuf and lower 45(ail3c. llran
quiet 7.V. Hay firm S'J'JfJ,!!.-. Pork
$17 "o and dull. Lard dull; tierro $S 75
Cf;'J 25; kettlo V) 7ofJ. 10 75. Sugar In
good demand; low common Cjc; fair HJc.
Molasses, no movomont. Whiskey dull;
Louisiana 3c; Cincinnati !, EvAnsvlllr
b8c. Colleo 18(2120.
i'i: i.i. asi:ss.mi:nt notice.
Notice Is herebv given to all prr'oiii Inter
ctoil that the city council of tho city ol
Cairn, Illinois, h:ilug ordcicil that i-ide-walks
be lecoii-tnicted and lenrwcd on thu
lollowing nami'd street", to-ult: (In I lie
north fchlu of Nineteenth street lioiu Com
mercbl aciiue to Poplar strieet; on the
wekt ldo ol Poplar street Irom I)lIlon
street to Twciity-ltltli street; on
the north hide ol Twentieth street
Irom Ohio levee to Walnut street;
on the south ldu of Twentieth siroel from
Ohio ucc to Washington acmtr, have ap
plied to the county court ol Alexander
county, statu ol Illinois, lor an assessment
ot the coit of said improvements according
to beuclits, and an a-esmcnt thereof bav
in; been made and returned lo saidcouit,
the tinal heating thercol will be had at the
Julv term ot said court, commencing on the
21sld.ivol Julv, A. I)., 1S73. All persons
desiring inuv then anil tlierc appear an. I
make uieir iieieiisc
John o. Haiiman,
John 11. Cossman,
Dated June U, lciTil.
SPECIAL AKSES.SM i:-T.NOTlC E
PHIAL WARRANT No. 1.
Publics notice Is herebv glu-n tint Hie
county court ot Alexander counlv, has reii
dered Judgment lor a special ii-si'smeiit up
on property benellled by the lolloping lin-pro-
emeut : The new sidewalk on tho west
side ol Commercial aiunuc, between Second
and Third streets j the new sidewalk on the
south side of Tenth -.licet, Horn Walnut
street to JclU'i'sou avenue: the new su.
walk oil the south side of Thirteenth street,
Irom Commercial aeuue to Wu-lilnutou av
enue; the new sidewalk on the north side
of sixth street, between Washington ae
nue ni;il.lt'!ieionau'iiuc : the new sldcxwilk
on the eat side ot Washington avenue, In
front of lots If, ID, 20 and 21, in block 21, In
thu city ot Cairo; the new sldcuatk on
the north side of Twelfth street In front of
block one, lu the Third addition to thu citv
ot Cairo; the new shlculk on the north
side of Cross street, from Washington ave
nue to Walnut street ; the new sidewalk on
the cast sldo ot Holbrook avenue, Irom West
Twcnty-lhlrd to West Twent -fourth streets;
the new sidewalk on the south side of West
Twenty -loin th street liom Holbrook avenue
to Park avenue; the rccouti uctcd side
walk on iho south side of DM,
ion street from Poplar street to
Washington aenue; the ioeoiiti uctcd side
walk on the north side of Center street fioui
Washington axeuueto Walnut street: the
reconstructed sidewalk on Hie cast side ol
Poplar street Irom Eighteenth street to 1)1
vision street; the reconstructed sidewalk on
the vct side ol Poplar street from Eigli.
tecnthto DIs Won streets ; the reconstructed
sidewalk on thu south side ot Nineteenth
street from Poplar street to Commc icial a e
line: the reconstructed sidewalk on the
north side of Tweiity-lllth street from
Washington avenue to Walnut street ;
tho reconstructed sidewulk on the -until side
of Twenty-tilth street from Walnut
street to Holbrook avenue; the reconstruc
ted sidewalk on the south side ot Thirty
fourth meet from Commercial avenue to
Washington avenue, 114 will moro fullv an-
l peai from the certified copy of the judgment
on mo 111 tue omeo 01 inu clerk 01 1 lie city or
Cairo, that a warrant lor tho collection of
such usses'iuciil Is In t lie hands of tho un
dersigned All persons interested arc hereby notified
fo call and pay the amounts assessed at the
collector's oillcc No. (II Ohio Levee within
thirty days (ram tlio date hereof.
Dated this ISth duvolJuiiu, A. D 1S73.
Koiikiit A. Cl'NNIMiilAM, Collector.
" WINES A Kit LltlOlTuM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIIOLESALK OROOER8, j
It t t ! MM
IIAIRO, II. LINO IN.
Also, kssp constantly on liml a moil cum
I'Wttf slock uf
eOOTUB AVI) IUIBIl WHlBKIXa
Port, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba Wtnoi
R, Smith Jt Co, are also agents for Silen
cer, McKay ACo.'s Pittsburg ale, of which
large stock is kept constantly on bund at
JOHNSON A HI LLIXGSLV,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
SSIioi. Twelllli-Slieel HrMsrs-s;
l'ttilHr Nliti'l itiiil ()iniiuirt-l"l
Aro prepared to do all kludt of woik In
liolr llnu lu tlrst.el.iss, vvoikman-llke style,
and at as reasonable rates as uuy firm In the
city. All orders attonded to promptly. A
hare of the public i.itrou:ige Is lespectlUlly
COHaifWIOiV AND rOBWABDISG.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MKtl ' II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
OHIO htVXA AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFEY. PACK Jt CO.,
I' It W A It II I . W
A N D
41 K AIi,
FLOUR ANU COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER & l'ARKKR,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
GKNKKAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dcilcr lu
I.1V1K, C'tVlKNT, Pr.AATKR, IIaIK, ElC
X1TI will sell in car toad-lots A manulac,
tuivrs' prices, adding IVelahl. 4-2-tt
.1. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
aw ssfc Liberal A Jisucsmouls mails mSStl
tfXSB 11)100 OoDslKomvulH. Sfc
Ar prepared lo rtioslT, store and lorird
frrlKlit to all point ana luj and
II on oomtnUaion,
SVflualnsa altom!! to prnmpllr.
S. 1). AvaitH. K. J. Ayxk
AVERS J. CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No. 78 Onto Lkviic, Cairo, Ills.
WOOD RITTENHOUis'i A HRO
Gjuornl CotuinissioD .Mereliaor
183 OUIO LKVKK,
Our Homo Advertisers.
John Q. llarman. Cba. Thrupx
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor. ol ntli It. stssd etslv lret
Offer for sale .it low figures and easy term
the following real estate :
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
and Locust streets, Ii 27 aad 28, h 1, thlrd'ad.
Lots above grade, ft lots In b 4, In what ii
known a tin ''Rldgc Block:" thone lot run
through the block Irom Fifteenth to Btx
tnentli street, aud tho best residence prop
erty In tho city adjoining property highly
o 2 i.ot)i;i ami 4. i in. e ity, wuhiajtoti
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
strocl. west side, (lood tvvo-storv bulldlne
on each lot.
Noil Also, vacant lotso and a. ad olnltii?
tho above. Lot 14, Ii il, city.
on Sixth street, south aide.
between Commercial and waahlnstoa ave
nue, will be sold In tracts to suit purchaser,
very low and on easy terms.
0 4 1.01 1 anu is. uua. corner 01 Four
teenth and Poplar streets, front on Poplar
street, west side, opposite post-office block.
.no 0 S11 end d imsinoss hut illnir. rest.
denco In second story, n rooms, hall aud
trout ana rear stairway, water on now noon,
in number one condition; situated on north
west corner of Commercial avenue and
rvvclltli street. A great bargain ir sow
No n Lots 7 ami H. Ii 10. 1st ad. IbABJ
house and stable on lots, high ground, cor
ner I'opiar ana iweuiy-eiguiu airecu.
Priec t'h one-halt cash.
No 7 Lot and new collage In No 1 order,
hall, three rooms and kitchen, on Twenty
tlisi street. Two splcndlsl lots In court
house block on Poplar itrect comer.
No S Two very desirable huslncs bouses
and two lots, on Sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, will be
Id at term to pay purchaser rental of 20
r cent cn Investment.
No U-SI.V lot lu b 29, 1st ad. High
ground. $200 each on easy payments.
No Id A well-Improved farm on tbo Mis
sissippi lu Missouri, 8 miles below Cairo.
273 acres, a large portion under cultivation.
Ilrrt-clas dwelling house, barns and out
buildings. Will be sold very low or ex
changed for Improved Cairo property. A
great bargain can lie had by applying soon.
This property I worthy tho examination of
any person who desires to engage in farm
ing, as il certainly Is one of the most fertile
and productive tracts of land In the coun
try. .So 11 A splendid two-story resldonce on
noith-eust corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two lots very desirable prop
erty. No 12 Lots 18 and 19, b 70 south side ol
Twcntv-tlrst street, opposite "Convent
lllock''' very desirable for residence pur
No III A well Improved farm of 240 acres;
Co acres under cultivation: houses and barn.
good orchard, bearing trees ; running wator
through farm above orcrtlovv. One quarter
mile from station and depot ot Cairo & St.
l.ouis raitroaa. win ue sota on easy terms
tor )12i per acre.
Iii addition to the foregolug we offer for
site, or lease, a large number of vacant lots,
In different parts of the city, embracing No
1 bilsluess and residence property.
lu unimproved lands, we have for sale
over 23,000 acres In Alexander and Pulaski
counties, at price ranging from 92 to fit
per acre, and are prepared to offer induce
menu to purchasers that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"any other man." A large nraouitol lands of
the very best quality, In Alexander and Pu
laski counties, belonging to the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad eompauy. tor the sale of which
we an- the aircnts. will be sold very low and
on such easy terms that a person ol Industri
ous habits, with a very small sum or ready
money, can in a few year become the
owner 01 a proaucttve larm. we have
plats and description of all lands offered
for sale and wilt take pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown (rom tbn
patentee when required by abstracts. Ap
plvto JOHN Q. UARMAN A CO.,
Cor, Sixth and Levee its., Cairo, 1IU.
June 7, 1S73.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (ricond rLooa) onio litii,
Ucy and Sill Rial Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And prapara Oonvaaaoe of Kinds!
The ilaillil atsaaisr
Dick Fow lib, Captain
Loaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.tu For freight opassage apply on Doat or
to Jas. Malloht, As'l.s
MR. MAX ROLLER,
Will only teiualn In this city one week
lonjer, and rcpcctfully requests that orders)
lor tuning, etc, might be left at K. VT.
Uuder's store. e-S0t
Kioiiti ST., Ut. Com. WltaL.
Has now oa hand all kinds of
DRY CORD 4lKD STOVE WOOD
For silt. LeiTi orders at
WM. KLUOITS 9TO&JC,