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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1872
f tMf TABtt OF TBI ILLINOIS CENTRAL R- R
On .0.1 .nrund, May t4lh ,hf
M,1B.-uWwillgoTfrD Iheairl"! ""'i "!' -
are of peses-ajter Irmu ai win"
... 4 oo m.
Kipmii .. i.w p.m.
Jff)Tf M..M ... ...... .
and at. Louis Hliorl Mac
..3:45 p mi
Koihito''!Mi frnmCatro to M. Loul. No
ehanie o . Iron- Cairo to Chlctco. Fle-nt
lr-Of Rents sleeping er on night trams.
torae eheeliSHi" to all important point.
Mr. Vto. Itt., Aptll II. I2
JZJHer Cain PdIUIi'hI
Dtta H Plea.e to announce mo eamll
Halo for Clerk of the Fupnme durt, 8-iiihern
Orand l-ii-lslm ot Illinois The ncwronslltutlon
prnridta (tint the Cle-k ol the Supreme Couit
shall hereafter be. elected at tlio November eltc
tlou, Instead of the June eloctlon a I crclorc.
The sucee.snr of the present incumbent aro
to bo elected this coming fall, hut will not qualify
until the prci nt trin expire In HTJ.
It. A. D. WIMMSKH.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make thrae, trip dally.
ttittKa catao I tri!o xnt mi r ttr
At ....tn. I At t:W a.m
At 11 ...... -a.m. i At 1:S0 P m
At 4 ...p.tn. At tl I' m
Fere each ay, 30 cent! 10 ticket" for ll K
Will Ian .when hailed, at any Rood inteiin-diate
aniline; or paaaeos-ers or irrini
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
J" AS. FISK,
Dorse Smedlev, Cnpt.
.et Cilro DULY, (-"ladiy excepted) all
in. Kir Irolihtor p.tiis apnlj nnlioardor
B2tf JAS MAl.l.OHr, Aft.
ATI! EN EDM HALL,
Two muht onl).
rrltfny and Rnlurtlay .ve., Slay 34.
Excillng and Ilyiri? Cunf-etUiou
by the hamuli
IIPKF.Z 4c II hi Jl EDICT'S
New Orleans (.Ignnlle Mlnatrcls,
Of twenty years' orgsnliitlon.
Th great chief monsr 'h of mlntreT,
Csisnpoaeil or a KeR-inent or Arltattj,
tin their twenilelh annual ucceefitl tour,
lntrodni'ln); their hrilllant. rarioni eprclalilln.
Tna U'le.t, mo' reliable and lar".,
complete trmlpe in existence. Aiinounelng a
CtrniTxl Hnteitalnment full nf merit.
Admlmn 6ucen', llcerred feats "JcentH.
Br Ticket. lor ml' at Hartman'a tore.
4tr.'2G-.19t 0. II. UUI'IIEZ, Mna;ar.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. S. McOnulej'a time more,
nttr comer Conmcrvlal attnue an.l h.mh
leenth aireel. 3-3Hf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RES1DE.N0E No. 21 Thineenih tTet, be
tween Wxahingion avenue and Walnut Mre.t.
OWWv l Oommerctal uTenue, p talr.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
HSIDKSCE cornrNinth and Walnut M.
CVO'ej o ner -nth etreet and whlo luvee,
OltJce houra from 0 a.m. to W m and tl p.tn
H. WARDNER, M. D.
liEStDF.SCR Corner Mnettenth street and
IY Wuhinvton uteniir. near court hou.e. Of-
Ac orer thn pomotUce. URice lioure 10 In ii
am. and 2 to 4 p.m. J.nl'iir.
R. S. BRIOHAM, M. 1).,
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
OBrt, lUConnerrlal Avennc,
Cpclal attention pa d to the treatment of all
vnroDic inaea e. i-tuiui.
.LIN, MULKElf k WHEELER
cooNSELans at j.aw,
Vllllam J.Allen, .
John U.Muikey. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MrPtmcnlar attention paid to rWer and ad
OFFICE 0er Flit National Bank, Ohio l.enee.
GREEN Si GILBERT,
CODNSELORS AT LAW,
, II. Cunningham, from
Tho Kadj of thocltycnrcfully romtiln
eJ nwny from tho Altjcnetim yestorduy.
Tailor McIInlo ii working hit chain
Rnng to good purpo..o on Commercial nvo
IJouton, of Joncloroj Ward, of
Motropolli; Potior, of Mound City, und
Maniz, of thoillourI 'Ropltbllenn,' were
In tho city yeMerdny, looking on at the
Yon can int e
30 per cent.
by buying your Wall Paper at Abto'a,
on Seventh itrcct, oppojlto Winter'
J. 11. Flnley, Eq., of Roberta &
Flnlcy, ehirt manufacturer, will bo In
Cairo the lnttcr part of thin week. All
dc!rous of procuring n perfect-fitting
hlrt, will then have tho opportunity.
J. J. Thomn, after nn nbsenco of 6v-
oral days from hit gallery, (having been
ick), m again well and ready to reclvo
nil who with to look tit thoniM'lvoi in tho
lnlc.'t htyhit of the photographic urt.
A tiero wa in senreh of tho United
State miir-lml on Wcdnedny evening for
the purpoio of having tlio mate of tho
Jim Fuk nrretted, totnebody hnving In
formed him that ho must Imvo the horvl
cc of thiit ofllcor to tnko Into custody n
rivor mun. He enid he and tho mato had
qunrreled, nnd that ho had been puttied
overboard; that ho had floated ti shore
nnd wait now flying to hU rovunge.
Yesterday morning HarrUun, the
murderer of .Stvobodn, had a preliminary
examination beforo Ksqulrcs Hro and
Mcllalo. 1 he prisoner waived an exam
ination and was committed fur trial. All
tho witnese, except Idn Wind-
tor. wero iroem. aim wero re-
CONVENTION YESTKHDA Y AF-TKRNOON.
COMMITTEES, DKLKOATKS, RESOLUTIONS.
MASS MEKTINO LAST NKSI1T
SPREOUES I)Y niLOEIl AND OltEN-DOUFF.
quired to enter Into rocoriiziucc, in tho
um of 000, to bo present nt tlio next
term of tho circuit court, which convene,
1 ! I W . .
wo uenevo. in Jilivnext. Harrison win
this (late, (Anvil 23d,) has put I decidedly norvou. Ho fuel evidently
i tho dsni?(
William It.Oreen, "i ,,,a
Willi.m B Oilb.rt, V CAirtO, ILL1NOH.
aWSpecia. attantion glTn to AdmtraUr and
orrics cmo levee, rooms 7 and 8 otxr
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
FOR SALE, 1 E"r Bale t FOR SALE,
I For Hale 1
FOR SALE. J Forriaie 1 FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londcxdkrky
Fare from Olahoow,
Fare from (ueknhtown
CAIRO : : : : 4 8'
down the pvice of liest Brands
of Prints, including all stylos
of Dolly Vavdons, to Ten Cents
Heavy Brown Sheetings to
12 1-2 Cents Per JYnrd.
Joseph's Celebrated Kid
Gloves, One Dollar Per Pair.
English's Best Needles, Five
Cents Per Paper. Best Pins
Five Cents Per 'Paper.
Clark's and Coat's Spool,
Thread, Seventy Cents per
An Immense Stock of Car
pets at the Very Lowest Pri
ces. All other Goods correspond
Como and Seo for youvself.
Now is tho time fov Bav-
4at!ord, Morrii k C.t
LlTtrpool f'ew.Toik and Philadelphia
kia coaraicr with rxiTto TTn.iND iti"
For Carrying tae Mall.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcarnta iKroax.iio
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
11 Ilroaiiwuy, New-York, erto
11. ii o apt,
Wahin(!ton Atenue, Cair". nnn, ji
ST. CH ARLES HOTEL,
F.D. HEXFORU Propricto
oata ouio i, 1u (
the Only Hnt-Cluu Home in tl,c fjt(i
i Dcne eoDtrerea
lr o re.
nd from thn Iiepo
I'ublleatlon OMre, Ilullrtln IIiiIIiIIiib,
The undersigned luu for snle, at low
price, n fine horse and fpring wagon. In
quire at the Cairo City Wlmrfboat.
J-Htf. MAT. CLARK.
KXCUltSlON.S KENTUCKY BLUFFS.
The ferry boat, during tho present high
water, will extend hor trip up Willow
Creek to tho Kentucky liltltl', leaving
Cairo at 6 u in. nnd 1 p. in.
This will bo n very plcmnnt tr(i for
fitmllics and picnic parties. I-Utf
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANK
Aa iilHM of K. K. Hall A Ci., hnViii.t, I
will offer at publ c auctuili at the court hoiwe
dour iti ihecltr of Cairo. Illinois, nn We.lne.itHt.
the e'ghth oayol M ), A. I). 17, coTiiiicnciiiK at
tto o'clock, a ro.,ttie lolioiriug ae.cnu-ii iru
L-.t numbered tlnrly-ieren (;i7. J ilil ty-dxht
isa, thirty- Ine ITj an, forlv 4U,i In il ca hum
Lared tittt.eiKht in lh city ff Cairo, wiiti
imi rurii.eni thereun, coat nine ,f luur tcne
meat tiou.ei Ac. Ierm. one third ca-h, and
aiaocein n or twcivuiuj rnouina hiwi lieu
hu aauurnj .
Ailg"ee)if K. K. JIALI. A CO,
Cairo, Ilia , April 11, Mi
(iru AOIIUrt aimrnm. t lt-SOiil,
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
Ivim U. OMEBIiT CO..
Bullefm BuildiuK, corner of 12tb
rtttet aud Wuhington avenue,
Si if Mr. SSh' ZH,t. "i""1
wauparlateod tola 3&rVfrr.VBt L"u"'
3PWarjrUUiit. "" thai
Tho warm days of Summer aro ap
proaching, when wo ahull all be pestered
by annoying movjultoea ami hopping
Quits, but which will bring along with
these trials tho luxuries of ice cream and
Ma water. And whoro shall wo go for
eUlmr let, cream or eodft wator but to Phil
sui'. llu U ulruadv furniahiiiL' both
the.c deHcaeWi to lnqulrorn, and wo can
u-.ure all the ,,uM,0 lhut th . ro the
't of their kind extant. 111. mIooii, on
Ummereiul uvet.uo, u ,nMy Ulu.a up
for the uccom.nod.aio,, ot Ud,M
children, uml no Improper character, nro
vr permitted to enter It, Tlla unvmi.
ntit aro polito and very itttenvlv,. to tl1(J,r
dutiei, and parents may eittru.t tliolr
children to their care without nny mliniv.
fngs of any kind. 4.il-im
Wire Window .Screen?,
Japan AVare, .
Sponge und Hip bntus,
Chamber Pnlli, Brats and Enameled
Kettles, Brltania Ware, CotTee and Tea
Pots, Hair Wiro and generabatsortment
of Statnpei and Plain Tin Ware.
Last, but not cast. Charter Oak
Cookino tiTovxa, to b had at low figures
at C, W. Menbkrson a,
8-37mld IWCoromerctal Ave,
.1 1 r.
mo uangcr ui tit s position tliu verv tin
certain ground upon which his hope of
exemption from puniMimcut rest.
Dr. Kendall, tho celebrated chiroiio
list, now at tlio Dolmonieo hotel, 1ms been
performing wonders. From tho feet ol
the people who have called upon him
sinco hia arrivitl in the city ho has taken n
basket full of corn. From Mr. .luck
Winter's right foot ho oxtrncted the great
corn which hat given to that conileman
his peculiar baiting walk, nr.d now ho
walks n wull in ho did beforo ho was
nlllictcd with lnmenei!. Tho corn was a
rcmarkabloone. It mensured flvo inches
in circumfcrer.co nnd weighed ten ounces
It I now on exhibition at tho hotel, and
may bo seen by tlio curious. Or Kendall
ha n ecliflcalo from Jack that its removal
did not causo liim tlu leant pain.
Mr. Llncgnr, counsel of tho defense
In tho case of tho Peoplo vs. Harrison for
murder, on Wednesday roceived a drop
letter, under tho signature of Vigilanco,
warning him tlint ho must not undertako
Harrison's defense; that, if ho did he
would bo punished and that tho writer
had the nbilty to make good his throat
The writer of this ku-klux epistle, who
is, without doubt, nn indiscreet friend of
the murdered Swoboda, khould learn that
hoismuk'nga distinguished ass or him
self, and, In our opinion, ncod hanging as
much at Harris m. Lawvers aro in dutv
bound to bring from under tho penalties
of the law all their clients who cannot bo
convicted according to tlio form of Inw,
which lorms are a bulwark
about every right tho citiiet
holds dear; and tho man who
attempts, oithor by threats or violence to
detora lawyer frort the performance of
this duly, is an onemy to the welfare of
society a man so dangerous ho should bo
carefully locked behind bars and bolts.
It will bo gratifying to our peoplo to
learn that Belding Kros. & Co., the lar
gest mtnufacturors of Sewing Silk nnd
Machlno Twist in tho United States havo
located a branch office In our city.
The high reputation of tho tlrm ns man
ufacturer, and their rating as merchants,
havo given a confldoneoto tho trade, long
appreciated by tho house, and to which Is
attributed the mcasuro of its continued
Wo aro always pleased to woleomo the
remits of the skilled enterprise and in
dustry of tho hHSt, In that it evidences
on the part of the introducer nn appreel
allon of our growing prosperity ns well as
of tho domand of the great West for tho
finer grade of fabrics.
Already havo those goods boon Intro
duced into tho loading wholesale nnd re
tail dry-good houses hero, and by them
distributed to the fair hands of our ladles,
on whose verdict of its merits wo predict
its fnlo amongst us to bo as largo ns it is It,
tho cltios of tho seaboard.
Aa tin item of the wakefulness of tho
Holding llros., owners of the factories at
Kockvillo, Mansllold nnd Wllmantlc, Con
necticut, to tho requirement of tho coun
try for their supuriurj sowing sllkt, we
would state that their talcs lnit vour
amountod to over $000,000, distributed
among thoir warehouses in Nuw-York,
Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Chicago.
The firm Is represented hero by Messrs.
F. II. Doming and L. Drowning, at GO)
North Fourth street, who hnve our cordial
wishes for an enlarged extension of tho
sales ot their house, commensurate with
the daily increasing domatid of the grow
ing West (or suporlor ilk. SI. l.ouU
KJCCUKMOM "' "1CKMAN Y Til T. I. O. 0. F.
No improper person need apply, even
If they have managed to get Tickets. The
committee of arrangement, wm imvo and
exercise he rl8hi to discriminate. No
pirltous liquors will be allowed on board
tho boat, tho law of tliu Orand I.odae oro
0. R. .W apdneu.
.1. T. Uknmk, '
lluy the new Fire Prool Lamp cblnv
ney of P. D. Cc. 4-1 72 w
At the hour specified In tho call for n
mass meeting of tho Liberal Republicans
of the eighteenth congressional district,
Dr. Artor was called to tho chair. Ho
Gentlemen: 1 thank ynu for this dis
tinguished mark ol respect. Tho pur
pose of this meeting, hnving been oxten
aively advertised, It does not require me
to give any further Information In that re
gard. Firmly believing that our causo is
Just, and that tho preservation of our ion
stltution. nnd tho liberty nnd freedom of
our country, depend on our succes, I ntn
firmly pledged to uio all honorable means
In my power for succes .
Hut not unlike bin Excellency Prel
dent Grant, (as well n other great men),
I am not a public speaker, nnd there br
ing present gentlemen of greater intolll
genco nnd ability, who will be introduced
tonddressyou in dye time, I respectfully
decllno to occupy your time any further;
and to avo time, you will therefore please
proceed to elect your ulHeers.
On motion, Mr. .lohn Antrim wn elec
On motion, Messrs. Jno. T. Kennie,
Paul G. Schuh nnd Edward Shippon
wore unanimously elected vlco-preldents.
Mr. Coming moved that n cominittooof
flvo on resolution should bo appointed by
tho chul r.
Messrs. A. Coming?, N. L. Wlckwire,
Dr. Tuber, William Under nnd Dr. Wood
After tho commilleo on resolutions had
retired for couiitultatlon, a motion was
madoby Mr. Winter to ndd the name of
Col. Lowe, of Pulaski, to the list of vice
Ponding the question, Col. Lowe nid ho
had been convicted and wn a convert to
what ho understood to bo Liberal Kepub
licanism, nnd ho would go with the move
ment; but ho was like. the converted sin
ner who hetltutcd when be camo to be
baptised becauso the water Wat too cold
Ho was not thoroughly persuaded, Htid
would llko a little talk with tho elders be
foro he could consent to be baptised into
full fellowship with the Liberal church.
At the conclusion of Col. Lowe's speech,
Mr. Comings, from tho committee nn res.
o'.utlons, reported tho following :
Wiiekkah, We, tho Liberal Republican
of the eighteenth congressional district of
Illinois, mindful of the political record of
our State, so clonely Interwoven with tho
history of tho ropullican party and the
late struirgie lor minimal existence,
will over maintain tho rightful over
elgnty of the Union, tho freedom and
equality of all men, and loyalty to prin
ciple that is higher and stroncer than loy
alty to party or party leader ; applause,
Ilesohed. First. That wo will support
tho constitution as amended, and pledce
ourselves to protect the rights of evory
citizen under it. rArnlaue,1
Second. That we are In favor of univer
sal amnesty npplaue, and tho restora
tion of traternal feelings and relations
among the people of the different States.
Third. That wo will do all In our power
to abolish tho present system of packing
conventions, especially through officers
appointed by thu president, who thereby
usurps the tree will and outrage tho sov
ereignty tif tho people, thus endangering
tho very existence of u republican govern
Fourth. That tho credit of tho govern
ment should be held iuviolato nnd the
national debt paid to the last cent. Ap-plHtxe.
filth, mat wo favor tho one term
N. K Wicewibe,
Dr. Wm. Wood.
Mr. Winter moved that n committee of
flvo bo appointed to report ten delegates
and ton nlternates to represent the Liber
als of the eighteenth district In tho na
tional convention at Cincinnati nn the 1st
Tho mot'on prevailed, und tho chair ap
pointed, Messrs. Henry 'Winter, .1. Schles
ingcr,John Antrim, Wm. Alba and C
Closo. During tho nbsonco of tho coinmltteo
Gon. Dilger and Mr. Orondorft' wero in
troduced to the convention nnd received
Mr. Oremlorfl stated that it had been
decided ho nnd Gen. Dilgor should speak
in the evening, and that ho would speak
in English and Dilger in German. Ho
then briefly but pointedly outlined tho
speech ho proposed to dollver, striking in
hia ruimtrks a few skillful blows nl Gen.
Mr. Winter, nt tho conclusion of Mr.
OrondorlT brief speech, reported from
the committee on delegates to Cincin
nati ns follows:
D. Artor, N. L. Wickwlro and John
Antrim, of Alexander;
Edward Shippon, nf Pulaski ;
Robert Klrkman, of Union ;
Geo Morris and Col. Luwe, of Pulaski ;
CI. D. W. Sharp uud Ed. V. Pierce,
P. G. Schuh, Wm. Alba,
. ti. Kent, II. Winter,
Frank Parker, T. J Shores,
Dr. .1. Tabcr. C. Close,
Mr. Winter called out Lowo, and nikod
him whethor ho would accopt tliu appoint
ment us doleguto.
Col, Lowe sulci he would ; Unit be be
lieved ho should go heart and soul with
the movement. He liked tlio resolutions
endorsed them heartily. Ho was op
posed to cliques mid rings, and If tho Ciu-
cinnuti convention should dcclaro for
crtuhlng them he would to for and with
It; but if tho convention was itself to bo
controlled by n clique he would not allow
it to put n ring Into his nose.
Mr. Shippon, of Pulaski, wits called to
peak, but dacllncd, saying ho could not
think on his feet, that the ptosorco of an
audlenco deprived him of tho ability to
give utterance to his thought.
Pending a motion to adjourn until 7
o'clock to hear tho ipeecbes of Gen. Dil
gor Md Mr. Ornniorff, Dr. Artor ad
dress, th.. -ontontlou at follow :
Gentlemen : I ntn truly sorry wo nro
disappointed in our expectation of tho
prcsciico of (omo of our eminent speakers;
tho moro so ns, by our nrrnngomenis, wo
had no reason to doubt their presence. To
Gen. Dilger and Hon. -Mr. UrenriorlT wo
nro under grateful obligations for their
visit; und not wishing to overtask them
by requiring tncni to rpcuk twice tho tamo
diiv, it it cjiitMoicd b st that they should
speak this evening. They will then ad
dress tho citizens tiotii in the I'.ngiisu nnu
Although not n public speaker myself,
nnd little dreaming four years ago that 1
should cvor enter Into a political cam
paign nguln, yet, being the representa
tive1 of u Inrgo family, to whom I don't
txiicct to leavo any' material legacy In
dollars and cents, 1 leel it u duty, so turns
is In my power, to leuvu them the same In
heritance bequeathed to mu by my fore
father ii Irce constitution nod Abort v.
thureforu ask Vour iiiduhrcticu whilst t
rehearso n few thoughts thrown together
hastily. 3 b
Who would havo bolioved throoor four
years ugo the muto Idol of Id 70 would
havo betrayed the contldenco of n grate- '
ful, trusting but mistaken people-rewarded
their trust with treason, und their grutl-1
tudo with oppression surrounded himself
witu it nunurcM inousitna Hirelings and
sycophant at tho expense of tlio tlennln
duHantly suffered thu oppression nnd rob
bery ot nil net coniritjutcr to bis piir.e
nnd tl'd oblivious of thu fnct t tin L ho is
only n man of nccident und
nut of merit. Gentlemen, my
oxporlence has long sinco con
vinced mo that llrst impressions, us n
general rule, aro thu safest. I never had
thut conlldencu In General Grant, re
quired by orthodox faith to saving grace;
oiu us ii repuuiicitn, circuuiitiiuccs
forced him on mo as well as thousands
of other', who, with me, like tho nious
man utter dud own heart, of ancient
muniory, Imvo long since mourned
over our misplaced coiilldence In sackcloth
and political nslies. It i true there nro
still a few honest, but, ns 1 do believe, ill-
iniormeu repuoiicatis, who liold p.irty
ubovo principle. Admitting that their
party rleuls by the million, thev
coiirotu tlieinseivc bv tho fub'.o of
the fox and Hies: will the next party steal
1 will here tiausu to snv to mr honel
frientU, thut unKs they do steal leas, their
fate wl.l hi foreshadowed in tho present
dominant party in November next, for, I
venture the assertion, that there is no hon
est, well-informed democrat, und but few
republicans outsidu of thu maglu ring of
nepotism uud corruption, who uro not de
s.rous of pu ting down tho present cor
rupt, dangerou and opprcselvo adminis
tration. To enter into particular reference
to the corruptions, tyranny, Illegal as
sumptions and violation of our consti
tution by the present executive, surround
ed by u sutelO'4 ring of political vulture.,
I not within my time, and so far beyond
my calibor that I fuur 1 should fall short
ot thu marl,'.
Hut n you cannot pick up a decent
country newspaper, much lefk a respecta
ble journal not under tho influence of
bribery, that does not give details of tho
abuses and corruptions of tlio times, it
wero needless, oven if I wcto competent
and lime permitted, to reiterate what eve
ry school-boy is, or ought to bo acquainted
with. I know there nro various
opinion in relation to this movement, even
amongst Its best friends, some clalmlntr it
should proceed and bo conducted by the
reformed or reconstructed republican
party only, giving riso to petty jeaku-v
of a fow ultras among tho Democrats, who
pretend to believo they aro bending their
dignity. A few dissatisfied republicans
express their fear, that, by relieving
themselves from tho dominant partv, tho
democrats will tako tho advaritnge and
nominato one of their own nartv. nntwiih.
standing their Implied intention to
the contrary. Now, as I whs an ac
tive Democrat for moro than fortv
years, and only left tho party for the same
reason I now oppose tho present adminis
trutlon (corruption in high places,) and
us I do not mistrust tho mai.es, 1 feel
such nn Implication to be an insult notes
to myself than to old frlenl. There it
but onexclear path beforo us. Having a
common onemy of no small resources, In
order to nave our country nnd our consti
tution, all patriotic men must Join hands
like a hand of brothers, and by ono unan
imous ellort vanquish him, leaving future
contingencies to be met in their order.
The doctor' remark? wero received
On motion tho convention adjourned.
Steamer Lioness, Pittsburg.
i , Euilllo Lii Uargo, Red river.
" Glasgow, White river.
" Wm. Cowen, St. Louis.
" John Kyle, New Orleans.
" Mitrblo City, Memphis.
" Commonwealth, Evansvllle.
11 Arkansas Hulle, "
" Exchitngo, Pituburg.
" W. Cheek, Memphis.
" Julin, Vicksburg.
" A. J. Baker, Pittsburg.
' .Minncoln, Memphl.
' Glcneoo, St. Loul.
11 lllinoi', Columbus.
' Jim. Fi.k, Jr., Paducnh.
Steamer Lioness, New Orlcntis.
11 Kmllio La Darge, St. Jnil.
" Glasgow, Cincinnati.
11 Wm. Cowen, St. I.ouk
" John Kyle, "
Mnrblo City, '
" Commonwealth, New Orleans,
" Arkansas Hulle, hvunsvlllo.
" F.xchung Si. Louis. '
W. Cheek, Ohio river.
Julia, St. Louts.
A. .(..linker, lUtou Hough.
Mlnnpiila, St. I.oui.
" M K. Forsyth, Now Orleans.
" Glmroe, St. Lutii.
John Lumsden, N.ibvilhi.
Jim. 1'isk, Jr., Paducnh.
hid uui'jiv coa i..
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, und on usual
term, ut the yard at Grand "Tower, Iff.
Special contract oilered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. 'r Of.YPIIA.HT,
l. A. IIOKKK, Got."!. Stint.
Our Home Advevtisers.
ti, l-nlerln Korean and DomeMlo
WINKS. LIQUORS AND C10AHS,
07 Ohio Levee,
llelaeeu Ninth aud Tenth Rlreets,
EL DOR AIm)
AND HA It-
.Ilill N 4JATS.N. I'ruitrlelr.
t'WO'liiineiiiHl ItrLiie, CAIRO. M.I,sifH
KeM brand of Cillfn' t'larr Jll-I tecelsed.
BILLIAIIIimIoou lurul-he.l ilh lh nl
tables! and liar .implied with win-, liqnolt
n I clr of the ilne.t bril.
THE DAVIS LOCK STI('il
Tho Athencum was filled with a largo
crowd of peoplo to llston to speeches by
Gen. Dilger and Mr. Orendoru".
Mr. O. was introduced by Dr. Arter.and
made a most effective und telling speech.
He rivlewed tho causes which hail induced
so ranny republicans to break away from
the trammel of parly, and in defense of
the truo principles of tho republican
party. Hi, had great hopes of thu wisdom
of the deliberations of tho Cincinnati con
vention, and prtdictod that, If Its action
wero wise (and ho doubted not it would
bo) that the causo of reform would tri
umph at the polls and tho corruption of
tho cliques ho corrected.
Gen. Dilgor ppoko in Gurmun. Wo
were unaulo to obtain n synopsis of tho
General's remarks, which seemed to bo
received with every manifestation of p
provnl by the largo number of German
Republicans who wero present nt tho
Tho cream of tho Republican party
has taken tho Liberal shoot In enrneu.
Munn is disgusted, Pope sick, nnd Lino
CONDITION OF Til; KIVKIls.
I'll,; Ohio nt this port continue, on thu
decline ut tho rate of one foot per dav.
Thu condition of the Ohio ubovo hern re
mains unchanged. In tho catiul at Louis
ville thuro nro 10 feet, and S In thochutc.
Cumberland river is on the decline
ngaln with 9 feet on Hnrpeth Sheals. Ar
kansas river fulls steadily und tho channel
is reduced to4j feet. Thu .Mississippi
river is falling tteadilv. The trcaius
above St. Louis are fulling.
U.1.M AND WCATIIKU.
There was but little bn-in,:' done nl thu
The wenther wn clear and a little
windy during the idcrnoon.
1IOATH TO LEAVE.
Tho reliable regular and unfail
ing Hellc St. Louis is the u o'clock pack
et this evening for Vicksburg nnd the
way landings. Tho Nile leaves this day
for the Arkansas river. Tho reliable Jim
Fisk leaves nt 6 p.m. for l'mlucuh. The
low pressure Quickstep is tho packet leav
ing this evening for Kvnville and way
points. Tho -good steamer M.J. Wick
leaves fcr New Orleans this evening. The
Illinois I tho packet for Columbus.
The Commonwealth had ull she could
carry and did not add anything bore. She
received over two hundred hogsheads of
tobacco ut Paducah.
Tho M.iry K. Forsyth departed for Now
Orleans yesterday morning with 1,000 tons
on board and a number ol paengcr. J.
D. tulton, of this city, is chief engineer of
The Emilio La Barge from Red river
passed up light for St. Louis
The Alice Brown leave to-day with a
tow of Pittsburg coal for Brown and Jones,
The William Cowcn returned to St.
Loin with a tow of coal.
The Marble City and Illinois had nspir
ited little raco from Columbus to this port
Wednesday night, and the Illinois came
in a haif a length ahead.
Tho John Kyle displayed a big lot of
freight und a number of passengers nt
this port and had a fair trip for St. Louis,
but wo failed to seo tho "blue ribbon trip'
of which so much has been said.
Tho John Lumsdon went down to Wolf
Island for a lot of corn.
Tho A. J. Baker pnsed south with a
largo tow of coal.
Tho Wm. Cowen picked up a nng at
tho point but no damage wai sustained bv
The Glcneoo camo cut with a very good
trip and filled out here.
S K Wl NCi M AC II INK
"Who of you ull now deny to dunce?"
She thut iniikos dainty, alio I swour havo
corns." Tho celebrated English chinpo
dist is still in our city, n.td his patients
aver that thoy Imvo reculved tho greatest
benefits from his operations in tlio reuiov
nl of their corns, bunions and inverted
nails of tho most inbeternto kind. Hu
will remain at tho Dclmonica during this
On Sunday, April 28th, will be prc.ontpd
for tho first time
drama in 4 nets.
On account nf the length of the piece, the
curtain will riso ut precisely 8 o'clock
Porfect Fitting Shirts, from tho ninnu.
facturing establishment of Roberts & Fin
lay. Now is tho accepted time, young
men and old who Imvo been wallowing, ns
it wero", in tho "slough of dospond,'1 or as
the Poet hits It,
'I'lunBed In the Riilf of drk despiir,
Without a perfeet h rl to wear,''
mry supply thomselves with the genulno
article by giving their orders to Mr. Fin
lay, who will rnmuin In Cairo until Mon
t'lly Xntloiinl Hunk lliilltlliiK,
peUl atlentlon paid to orders Irom netm
oats nltlht nr dnv.-aa
TIIK fillK.m.M lUraOVEMKNTOr THE AOE
Terms Most Liberal.
Amenta wanted for nnoeciipied tetritory. SiuJ
for circular end price li.t.
Rrnnrh oBsrv.flia Mortis 'etsrllsNtrrt
NT. I.OI IM, NO.
H. I". NEWTON. Mane nr.
WOOD! WOOD!! W001t
Th'itndersuned win fnrnUb
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not 'titaer
liin any tsood denier In Cairo. Lerc orders
0 l be mates t the Potlolhce n at Rn.' ccl
sard, on Commercial aienue, between Tenth and
twelfth tre-tn, Cairo, lllinoi.. I jtlfe oort
roea.me and vril cord the wood up If desired,
auiiu-tl l)r.sSl.- ItALRY.
Gilder, Ulu.stcrer, Vamifher and
Fancy Paper Hanger, Mattress
Making and Repairing.
Nhois mu t'osniisercial area lss lis
his rsre will eei e
All work entrusted to
Order- urn "lrlteil.
1. 0.0. 1 EXCL'llSION TO HICKMAN,
Thomombcrsof tne I. O. O. F. nnd their
friends nro requested to be on board thu
steamer Eckort promptly to-moirow (Fri
day) morning nt 8 o'clock. No person
will bo permitted to come on hoard, except
incmuers ot i. u. u. i-., who bus not u
special invitation signed by tho commit
ten of arrangements nnd endorsed by i
member of Alexander Lodge. Members
in good standing of other lodges of I. O
O. (., nro cordially invltod, with their
families, to accompany the lodge.
CoM. OK AltltANOKMKNTii,
For. Sale. A No, 1 Buggy I'hnelon
April 21, 18i2.t. l-'JOwl.
Huvlng removed my boot und shoo shop
to tho north side of Eighth street, between
Commercial nvonuo und Ohio lovee, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all my cus
tomers to call on mo in my now quarters,
where I ahull keop on hand uud manufac
ture nil kinds of custom-mudo boot nnd
shoes, und guurantco in tho future, us I
havo done in tho past, to give good work,
good stock, good flu nnd perfect satisfac
tion. Phillip Bauqii,
Mrs. Anna Lang, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has just received a lino spring stock
ofmillinory goods, consisting of bats, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
the asks the attention of tho ladle or
Cairo. Mrs. Lane will tuko plcasuro In
showing her goods to all who will favor
I her with a call. W-im,
HOOT AND .SHOE MAKhR.
Helweru Wa.hluuton eentte nnd. Poplar ire-i
("UCte-sor to I. Haup.)
WHOLESALE AND UETJrVL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC
101 t'oniincrelnl Avenue, kelwreu
.SUlb mill Ne veil I Is Mlrla,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plele stock of
SCOTCH AND IRI8U VTHIiKIia
Port, Madcrlu, Sherry and Catawba Winea
R.illYTH A CO. elTxpluvly for, eash, to
, wliloh fHctther ln,e ,h0 epacll attea.
liou ol closo bargain buyers.
Sptcml attention rt'i h Filling Order t,
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Tn la superb hair dye la tho best to the world
perfectly harmless, reliable and lnstntnepuVr'
No dlaappoiutmeut. The genuine W, A, Batched
lor'a Hair (ye produces Imiredlateiy a satursl
black or brown. Doe not stain the skin but
leave tbo hair clean, soft and beautiful. Tae
only sa'e end perfect balr dye. Held by ) drU
Klits. Factery, 18 Bond Bt., Is", T.