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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1872.
iTIMK TABI.r or Til It HUSO' CKNTRAI. TU R.
,)o and after m.nd.y, ':'. ." l0"-
n turn-fable jfoirm the arrival " -are
of pe.-nf I Iralne alCalroi
Pennrf-Mall Iraln. dally .I:??"1-
Kifrf,liljr... - ii.tn.
Klliin 1.1" p.m.
Cairo ami HI. loul t horl Mae.
Arrive v - ...3:1'. .ni.
Nothing of ciun from Cairo 10 M. Louis. No
thtngv f' ".' from Cairo to Chicago. Kli-ant
axlof Room Upni(? cara on nutlil ltm.
ildf) ehecsed lo nil imporUnt points.
All persona Indebted lo the late tTrrn of Kic'iofl
Urns',, lijr otp, Iwok nccntinlor nlhcrwl-enre 're
quired lo make Immediate payment tullie under,
inned ami evp,ut iind evpcncs. I hate, by
dee. re of the Alexander county circuit crhil
be en apniilntp-l leceltei or It.p ol nlil
nriu.aiidorileicdlopiompily collet the ; de la
due and wind up the hitine" aa apecdily 11.
II pnnl-e ilonp. oilier ppr.mi l mnliorir-l
In traii-n-1 n' l'lui"i of -uid lirni, or colled
anvnebl.du.. .IlillN O.. llAHMAN,
.' ,vr,i Keoelver.
CAIUO AND MOUND CITY
Will make Hirer trlpi lUily.
l.tivisa cuao I irvisui"l !"
At 7 - a.m. I Al "SW - a.m
At 11 . ....-a.m. At Is' - P ni,
At 'JO............. p.m. I At f. - -p.m.
... ... in n.ut. r. ti tt.
Will lam .wh.ii hailed, at any uood intermediate
I..-.-,..- ...... ....... . . r fruiiflif. II n V 1 1 1 .
Ull II U l'H"BIIIll.l
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
ADMISSION '.'5 I'KSTh.
Hk.v. Howard dipt.'
Oilro PlILi', (Smlty. excepted) all
1. P.ir Irclihtor piiii spol' on hoar il or
i-n.llf JAS M Ai.l.OUT. Ak'I.
Ml. YuiOk, In., Aptll 11,112.
KJiltr Cairo BuIIiUh 1
Due His Plea to mnoiiut'f nip ft cnrnll
Ukle for Clrrk of the Suprnnp Court, fruHlirrn
OrDil tlirlnlinol Illinois. TIip ncwroiirlllutlon
jn-ond Hint 1I10 Clpli ol I tie MiprrniP Coiitt
nhall liemflrr l rlrrlpl t Kip .N'o(finlr flee
tioD, lnHPJof (hajunr rtrrtlen us I iTPlorp.
Tlipfuocp.'for of the present incumlwnts re
to be elected thi coining full, but "III nut ijinlily
until the prcDt terma expire lu lnr.'l.
II. A. D. U II.IIANK3.
M HS. McGKK,
(in EighlhM reel, lieivrpn('oininer:lal ami Vli
liiXl"" Aetiile-, l iIhiI rei'eivlns
NKW .MIU.1NKHY WOODS
I.ATT M'KINd AMI KU.MMKIt M VI.K.
11,-1. If!" I lull I, UP Of
ao"cT"CTe:TS & hats
Trlininpil nnil tiutriintnp,!,
PRKNt'd FI.0WKH9. KlttnUN. TIUM MINCH
of ell kln'lf. I.iicp", pip,, el,'.
Mr. Mffieo h leo lre nmorlnienl of
Fnucy Arti.-li-n, m-li n
NKCIC TUM. COI.I.AIH. IISIKIISI.EKVK,
An I nil other nrticle" niuully lontnl in a
FIUST-CLASS MII-LINKHY STOI.K
Mle. Ml-Opp i well-koown lo the l.-iillr ot
Calm Mini wi'inll), nnil h) lrlrt ettplition lo hiiec
1p1.1t linpr. to relnin I'H.l mid lo Hie pntroniiKe
lihli In.- lioen 10 lilrrnlly Left owed upon ln-r
Dirk on May till), In tliii city, Mtt.
Huldiili Allen. Thu fnniTnl will luV.i
pUro lo-tUy fro.n Ilia rcid('nci', im Top
lr lii'lwoon 12lli ami 1'Jlli trt:el. nl '
Slinwitpctown papers plpnci ropy.
Ii!K OltKAM Inn Wotnc '.In! InMllulioii
of Hie eefton, nml I'lill .Saup'" ill" most
popular in tlio city. Ill saloon liai Iip
coiiio, In fnct, ice croAiii licnJtpmrleM, imtl
ll U nut llio fii'liioii to i-nl tins luxury ntiy
whero flee. It U kept with scriipuloui
cure, U nent nnil tidy, unit thu presence of
no questionable chumctors Is permitted In
It. Mr. Simp hit', nl'o, always on hand
frch cakes of till klnile, candies, notion.",
toy.". iVc, and deserves u continuation and
nn linreao of the popular favor in which
his cilahlMmienl is held. icultl
(Jo to .lake Walter's this morning for
your !lg Dolly Vnrden lleef, and your
llttlu Dolly iirden eal and l.timb.
Publlrnlloii niri. Iliillclln lliillilluir,
ASSIGN KK'S SALE IN BANK
ltUPTCY. As assignee of K. K. Hull A Co., Iwnkrtiit, I
will offer at put'hr auction at the court Iioiij-o
Jor Iniheciiy oft'.ilro, Il.lnoie, on WpilncMl.iy,
Ihe elfthtli ilayol M"J, A. 11. IIC, connielicllin at
itooVlock. a m., the following iln-crlbcil jirup
liita numbered thtrly-.even (:I7,) tlil'ty-ehlit
(ja.Uhlrty-i.lne (Si) iino forty40, in lil. ck iiiitn
Irtred UH-l)!hl los.l Id Hip city of Cairo, Willi
imiiroement thereon, ronnisilinj of four Icni
meut hou.e kv. Terni", one thlnl caMi, hucI
Ulanep in ii 0 or telti'tr2J months Hitli lien
and, ecu.... HTE,.IlF.NK..I(,NE,,
Axiitneeur V.. K. II AM. A CO
Cilro, III... April II, It'.'.
t.reen A Rillwrt alloruet. S'll-JOId.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFKICK Orer M. J. Mcllulej's ilriiK -torp,
Dear corner Coinneicil atrnuu ami Kiti
tventh atrret. ":iltl
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. I).
T KSIDKNOK No. SI 'I'hiripenih trcet, b.
XL Iweeo Waahinxluu atcnueaml Walnut etrm t.
Oltfce 12ICoiiiliieri!ll aTenue, up Hairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. I).
TlF-SIDKNCK-cornerNintli ami Walnut sta.
rvoih''e comer mix Hi atrxnl un I uliio 1,-vvo.
once hours from S a.m. tu V2 m ami U p,m
NKW YOltK STORK,
WIIOLKSALK AND RKTAIL.
I.AIUIKHT VAKIKTV STOCK IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VKKY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnrtpriilli alrrpl nnil Cora
4.:;inl. CO. PA TI Ell.
II. WAKDNKR, M. D.
DESIDKSCE Corner Mnetipntli street anil
XV Washington avenue, near court house. Of
fice orer the ponotlicn. Olllco hourx lu lo 12
a.m. and '2 to 4 p.m. janlMf.
RRKJHAM, M. I.,
I'HVSICIAN AND SUIKJKON.
oaicr, laaCumiuprt'lHl Aveniif,
Cipecial atlentlon pa d lo the treatment of all
ftronic liiaea.es, l.lultn.
I Kill sell at I'liUic Aurlion, lo the hliheat
hidiler, S-KOU CASII,U without icerve, al
I lie I Vi lory lluJ'ilinK of
Eicuorr & jjros.,
On Waalilnitloii Avenue, In I ho City of Cairo,
lllinoiH, coiuiniucinK on
Tuesday, May 28tli, J 872,
At lu fi'i'liKk A. M,, anil continiilox from day to
dayuutil all the urnperty is 'old. A larK lot
of FinUhed and l.'ufluiKhed
FTTtt 1ST I ? TJ 12 E ,
SiipIi at 1le,lpal( KllPtienriafpa, Wanlrohes,
l oiuigp., ash M:l its, Tahles. Chair", H'lleaii',,
MattraH.pi, Ac. Also about M.ouu teet of
WALNUT AND OTHER LUMBER,
Urvs.ed and llinlrrsx-d. A largo lot of 1 1 u 1 I
whip, (ilans, Fully, Varnl.hen, Window baati,
Hllnds, Machinery, Ac. The property to he
mid helm: all of ihu HiticlcN contained in Ihe.
Lamest Fiirn'tiirc .Maiuifai'turiiu; KMsblishmeiit
in Mciitliern lllii.ola, lncli wa, at the time it
p.isspd into ihe handa id Ihn iindcriah,d, In
miccee-diil opernlioc. l'art'culur altenliou to
icaierr in iitrniiiirp le cauco, an inc, oner1, me
lies! ot oia'iormnities t.i reidenl'h their stock,
jiuia ii. riAi(.i,ai,
Mid Iteeelver of Kichotl A llrot.
ATTACH MKNT NOTR'K.
A. N. Cheney, delrndant, la notified Unit on Ihe
14th day ol March, IS72, a writ ot attachment ax
ItllltJ out of the clerkNothce of the Alexander
County Circuit Court in Ihe Hluu, of Illinois,
aint our estate, returnable on I lit- H ret Mou.
day In April, ld'2, as the suit of ThoinH J. Kut,
plaintif), for the stun of f CI hni) aci-rulnii in
terett, which writ linn neen i xm-'ik-I, Mid raid
suit I. now peudinft in said curt. U le. you
shall auiMr on the return ilav Iheieol. luduiiient
will l rendered against you. and the ganii.heu
tried in said caue recilired to aiiKwer, and ha
dealt with according to law Haled, March I'lli,
Juiirt iv- iiAKjiAr..iprk,
Allen, Mulkey 1 Wheeler, ati')n lor i lainlirt.
, A- 5. Cheney, defendant, is netitied tint on th
tlVU 4av of Mftrcli ljl?., . uril nf ll..ih,nenl uu
lllucil mil ,1.. , ....... ., i...
,t .. . ,7. nn. . niin v, ui uir Air4.nuri
CoUDiy Circuit Court, in the Hlate of liluiin.,
-. Twur e.iHie, reiurnai'ie oninanrMi Mon
day IB Annl. lk?i ,1m am, ,if l.n.i.. V I'll...
aoii.plaintifl.forthe um of t-M and accruing
'lf,'!'r,l'",,lch I'" been executed, and euld
suit u ow lMdillK in HSl.l CCHIl. Ulei-M )OU
win iIfV '"" tl'freof, Juditment
tv3i. ,,i'1 H"'' )". " Ibe garnishee
im. "u "diDiu-i.vt. IlaU., iHt.u
Al. Muk . 11AKMAN. Clerk
6-2 4t ' """ivr,
i ett') tor plaiiitltl.
. A. N, Cheney, defendai.t. i. . . .
Mlh day of March, U7i. V, . '' " H
(Muccpa.ur lo P. Snip.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Fl UK WOUKS, TOYS,
12 CoinineicUl Aenue,
TjcSC. llanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
:JJ5'.,,he.::,.v'" "" -d"he si:?! " examino L'oods and prices. He
uu.iui v.ouri, m i ih htate ,,,11."' I tJ
against your estate, returnable on u,l VI
day In April, A. II. 17. at the eim"Ts,l,J1,'V.-
Sum,er:'wi,,!.y,rwlT,r.'b natistV vou both as toqual
asa aaiTaull Is I ow pendlo in .,,1,1 ,ullrl, Vi V'
vou aonear ou the retu n ii.v ,i,u,... ,. ,
trill he entered air.ln.l ,.' .n.i .V, n'
Mrved In said cano reouire.1 in .n.r .
dealt with according lo law, Hated, Mini, r.ih
ww,,,. un 1,,, iiel K
Allen, MulkeyA Wheeler, Hit'). forpUmt'.n
AHE YOU GOING W EST V
lfo, lake our advice and purchase your ticket,
ov.rti, old reliable and popular Ml.ovki 'a
Cine ltll.sol. which Is poaitliciy the only line
running three dally express Irsiua from Hi, f.ouia
to Ksn.aa City and the mc.ii and i po.liiiil)
the only line which runs Fulliniu pala-e rloepera
M fine day co&riier, (especially lor movera)
quipped with Miller1 raleiy platform, and Ihe
palMt steam brake, From HI. Ioinat lo Kan.aa
ity tvnil cost.
i ,," " . , i ... - i. i i , 1 1 , j. . . i , i -
HI. Joseph. Nebra.ku Cilv. Iuinill llli.it.
B Omoba wllbiiui change I For iuloiiiiatluii in
regajd lo time table., late.. Ac., to au point In
Mliaourl, Nebraska, Kanasa.Coloiado, Texa,and
California, call upon or addre.a H. II. 'J ,u ,,,
agent, Missouri facirk It. II. Coliuiibii., Ohio ; or,
K. A. Furd, General i'ftssenger Agent, Hi, I.uiii.,
Ko trouble to answer quealiiuia
Ilev. W. II. Scott, of Metropolis, will
preach nt the M. K. Clniich in this city
to-day at 10J o'clock u. in. and 7 J p. in.;
also one Week from to-tiny, tit the imial
If vou want the het hoard in the
city call nt thu Court Houu Hotel.
K.VrllAOIlIHNAItY I'llKNOMO.SO.V, Cin
uitinati, St. Louis ami Milwauki-u llock
Iiccr drnwn from tho saino keg nt the
Timlin saloon opposite TlIK llb'I.I.KTI.v
otllce. Milk punches cobblers nml mint
juleps skillfully compounded according to
the most generally approved formula.
DOiuS! DOliSI "UQUS!
On nml after the 15th day of May
ifitt., all dogs found running at largo on
which tho tax has not been paid, will be
impounded and disposed of in accordance
with tho ordinances of thu city of Cairo.
0.3dtd A. Cain, City Marshal.
Cilro, Ills., May 1st, 1672
One hundred Day Lnborers and Station
Men on the Culro cV St. Louis railroad, six
miles from Cairo. Wages for laborers,
S-2 f. day ; good station work, 20 cents "0
ynrd. O. S. Davis-, Contractor.
A first class shoe maker by Hardy &
Orcenwold, corner Seventh street and
Washington nvemte, Cairo, Illinois.
I.00K II KUC.
You can save
!t0 per cent.
by buying your Wai.i. 1'apkh at Ablu's,
on Seventh slroel, opposite, Winter's
Swan cV Co.,
Oroide and Milton Compound
Cutlery, I'lateil Ware, Funny (lood, &n
83 t)h!o Levee,
4-'-'31m. Cairo, Illinois.
M. JUirns, proprietor of tlio Mechnn-
ics' Hoarding House, corner Commcreial
and Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he Is now keeping a llrst-class hotel
hiiiI boarding house fur the nccommoila
lion of regular hoarders or transient
guests. He has accommodations for eightv
to one hundred people; his table is well
Kept, his rooms light ami airy, nnd not it
bed ill the house that has nut either a tct
of springs or a featherbed. G-fllw
.TIIK I.ITT1.K KK.VTUCKIAN,
No. 03 Ohio levee, is Ac ;iacr whero
they keep tho freshest tlsh and game, and
.he II n est wim-s, liquors und cigars, to bu
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty-
live cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. h. Paiik, Proprietor,
ICE! lCKlTHcK'. ! 1
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvnss tho city, to continue
during tho summer months. Nonu but
puro northern lako Ico will ho dclivored-
lli'hK, Loomik, A: Co.
Sf For all thu popular warm weather
beverages, go to tho Thalia saloon, corner
of l'Jlli street and Washington nvenue.
Avkkt tiik Kvii.. If mothers would
givu Mrs. AVliitcomb's Syrup to their
children when sick, mortality would be
lute among them. It costs only twenty
live cents. S-l-d&wlw
The ilisToitY or a National Ukm
kky. Hero is tho history of thu most eel
chrated tonic of the ago in n nutshell. In
18(10 it was announced that a curtain com
bination of vcgcUblo Ingredients, with a
puro dltluslvu stimulant, was working
wonders in tho euro of chronic dyspepsia
nervous debility, llvor complnint, periodl
ical fevers, rhcumatUm and constitutional
weakness. Tlio unpretending name given
to the specillc was Plantation Hitters.
Tho statement attracted the attuntlon of
invalids everywhere. Tho now remedy
received a fair trial, uud tho results more
than continued all that had been raid in
its praise. Thenceforward it was a great
mceess. Thu bilsllie columns of tho
press spread tho glorious new far nnd
wide, nnd .tlio maityrs to niuigosiion, on
llousneie, physical prostration and pre
XSlSM'AUKElt & li'LAKE
have the wm, to(.k 0f Wall
paper, bordoro, decorations,
&c ever brought to Cairo,
and are )l'epared to do pupovl maturo decay, as if by common consent,
Jiailging, Kalsomining, puint- UoratWe. They found what they sought
i rum tiiat timu to the presont tho increase
lit the demand" for Plantation Hitters lias
liK-n one of tho most striking ovenU In
,i'"H N"""' Jefendanl, la nollfled that
aL.. .. "ay ol "lay, I'li,
bfu?, ,,uru, complaluaut, liled her
er'uat. i.!M1'l'. lor dl''rce, In the Alexander
Jiw MiVff'i? stale of lll'nol., and Ihnl
urtaVall .m.u.,ll., "i. !"-'' Mtlee ol sulci
fl , JW ttt l U:,r'"n'"y,'"' "' "' Monday
ifliutraud stale. " ll0UM 1,1 -!'. ' said
xc, on short notice,
and at prices that defy compe
tition. Call and examine
their splendid lino of papers.
All work" warranted, and
satisfaction guaranteed. All
paper purchased of them
trimmed ready to hang, free of
Having removed my boot and shoo shop
to ihe north sidu of Kii-hth street, between
Commercial avemio unit Ohio lVee, oppo
site my old Harm, 1 invito all my cus.
tomera to cull on me In my new nunrtors
whore I shull keep ou hand and initmifup.
lure all kinds of cuttouirmude boots and
shoes, and guarantee in tlio future, as I
have done In the'pait, to give good work-
good stock, good Uts Mid perfect autiifac
lien. l.l.l t- liAi'tin.
of New York ;
POK VK'K. PRKSIIIF.NT,
1J. GRATZ BROWN,
(Jukject to the di-cWnn of the Itetiiocrnllc Ns-
To-dny we plaeo at tho head of our col
umns tho Cincinnati Ticket, ami do not
hesllato to sny that, In our opinion, every
Democrat in tho United States that is to
say, overy American citi.cu who not only
admires but also comprehends tho Institu
tions of our country should rally to Its
It has been said, tho Democratic party,
profiting by tho division in tho Republi
can ranks, should now nominate n nntiotinl
ticket. Tho advice is bad. If the Demo
cratic party Is wisti unto its own -ulviition
this lid vice will not bo
heeded. It Im its roots either
in the oll of ' prejudice, sorehead
cdness or political Insanity.
Let us look at tho matter dispas'iunatoly
and let us weigh well thu consequences of
any step wo propose to take.
Let us inquire, to begin with : "Why
should the Democrats nominate V Could
we, in n Democratic convention, get a bet
ter platform '! There has not been held
during thu past yearn Democratic conven
tion that has not assorteJ thu declarations
of tho ttrot and second planks of thu Cin
cinnati declaration of principle.", und no
Democratic plattorm has ever as
serted mure, emphaticnll v than
this the cardinal principles of the demo
cratic faith th sucredness of local ee-v-
crnmenl, the supremacy of the civil over
tho military authority, thu freedom of per
on under tho protection of tho hnbtn
corpus, uud the hard money theory. Hut
it goes further in the right direction than
any Democratic platform has over gone,
and declares for civil service reform and
the one-term principle We do not be
lievo we should get from u Democratic
convention a hotter platform, or as good
Hut, suy tho advocates of free trade, tho
platform Is not scur.il on thu tariff ques
tion. Thu roply is, thai il is sounder on
that question limit tho tariff plank of any
national convention has ever been, because
it is honeter. Turn hack the loaves of
your political 'crap book, ar.d try to under
stand the tariff planks of thu political
platforms. What can you mako of thorn 7
Nothing but n jumblo of iloiihle-iueaning
axpresjion. Why, thu platform of tlio
New York convention of 1SC8, . after
skirmishing around the tarilf, declared
for "incidental protection" lo American
industry, and thu freu traders of thu Dem
ocratic party willingly took tlio dose
down I And shall they complain about
thu Cincinnati platform, which honestly
says : "Tho cltl.eiis enuug'-d in tho Lib
'cral movement are not of onu mind on
1 thu taritr question ; theruforo we remit
'tho question to tho electors In thu con
1 gresaioknl districts, and decluro that thu
' will of tho pcoplu ou tliis question thus
oxprcsseil shall bu respected by the ad-
'ministration that may bu elected upon
' this platform." Theru is no doubtful ex
pression here. This is an lionet utterance.
Wo could not get n better pint form;
hut, it is Baid, wu could get tt better candi
date. Wo do nothtiy " Yes" to this cither,
but let us, for form's sake, admit it. Sup-
poso u Democratic convention wero to
meet to-morrow and nominate tho best
man In tho Democratic party, what would
bo tho result'.' Two hour after the news
hail Hashed over tho country thoru would
not bu left lu all the laud a corporal's
guard of Liberal ltopubllcuns. The news
would drive thorn liku a flock of sheep
back, poll mull, into thu ltudlcal fold, and
tho result would bu tho defeat of tho Domo
cratlu pnrtv again its uttor
defeat and complete aunihi
lation, and a now lease of power to tho
Itadlcal destroyers of thu constitution
who, during its continuance, would fasten
their ring in tho pr-ophi's nose so that it
could not bu removed without a civil con
vuhlon and the shedding of hlood, If tl
Democrats had not toyed with tho Liberal
movement; if thoy had boldly advanced
to the van of events and nominated good
and true men on such it platform as that
of Cincinnati, thoy could, wu Mluve,hnvo
carried thuduv hut now their feparato hi
Hon Involves, In our opinion, great j-crmn-
nent Injury tn tho country nmi tilu llc.
strtictlon of tholr party.
Knlertalnlng theo opinions, wo depre
cate such nction on the part of Democratic
leaders as may lend thu parly into tho
crinifi of making nominations fur tho
presidency ami vice-presidency. Wo uro
ami will ho until tho question is author
itatively decided, nn atlvocatuof the policy
of calling a Democratic National Conven
tion for consultation ; nnd we shall labor
until It meet., to help in thu creation of n
public suiitimunt In thu Democrutlc party,
that wiil compel it to ratify tho nominees
of tho Liberals, In whoso success lies tho
bet intercts of thu country and our only
hope of tho triumph of Democratic
1H:n IIiiwaiiii is master of tlio ,liui
Wk Coui.U Nor get a report of tho pro
ceedings ot tlio city council meeting held
Cait. Hamiilrton, of Mound City, is n
linn Greeley man, and is praying with Dr,
Casey on the subject.
Out Kuu:nu, .Mr. .M. II, llarrell, has
changed tho iiaiiiu of his spicy paper from
"Tho Cairo Pupur" to "Thu Cairo (layette.''
the cliangu is a wisu one.
iIoiin (J. Hakman, Ksq., goes to Chicago
this evening to bu present at the mooting
of thu Democratic Statu Central Commit
teu to bu huld to-morrow.
Mk. 1)., of Tin: 'Sun,' Is vexed at thu
result of tbu Cincinnati convention, and
proposes to commit tu'ciile. He will
probably cut his own throat with u blunt
bar of soap.
This kiiom Mol'mi City, under ditto of
FitiKNii Oiikiilt: Orcelevand Hrown
will do. Not a discuiiting voice havu I
i ..i v- .,. "
ovum. iuw, iur wurii. it.
Tin: Wkathku Is beginning to grow red
hot. Harclays' thermometer is going up
us fast nnd as high ns it balloon, and their
Saratogu water is going down as rapidly as
Orant's chances of re-election.
It is Now Dkkimtkly Sktti.kk that
tho post otlice will bu removed to its new
quarters on thu first ol July next. Tho
building in which it is now located will bo
used for moruhantilu purposes.
Mk.'Joiin T. Kk.n.vik, one of the dele
gates to tho Cincinnati Convention, re
turned home Sunday morning much fa
tigued. Tho other delegates have not yet
put In tholr appearance. Are they lo-tV
Soda "Watkk, at five cents a glass at
Phil. Saup's. Tills It n dropping down in
price of f0 percent., and certainly thoio
who nover drank soda before will drink it
now, nnd those who always drank it will
drink still more.
Tincnic is O.sr. Pkrsok, at least, who
npprcclntes ns nt our true worth in respect
to tho gentleness of our disposition nnd tho
niter dotes tntlon In which wo held personal
nssnults upon nny person. Our friend,
llarrell, of tho '(la-ottc,1 who knows us
Intimately, Is that person s ami thus he
docs us thnt Jullco which his honor,
Mayor Lansdcn, perslslcnlly holds away
from us. Ho snyt:
Oborlv snvs ho never Indulges In m-rson.
alltlcs that those who know him best
know he doesn't. Now, Dan Miinn, D.
T. Linegar, T. Wilson and I'. II. Pope
mny question inn truth or tins statement ;
but they aro not, ns wj urp, of thu number
who "know him best," We know that, nf.
thouirh Oberly Im said very harsh thlnus
about the pnrtlei named, he nlwnys diri-
criminated careltilly between tlio Individ.
mil s person ami the imlividual s acts
Tho former he alwnvs reirarded as sacred :
to tho latter, on all suitable occasions, hu
administered "liankiti. To parties who
hold thnt there is n distinction here with-
fill! (Lit- .lllC..it.nA ...n . 1... II tin t-n .w.llilttt.
i,.a. ...ij i.iiiuiriHr, i; num. nii.i; mw.mki
to say. Wu simply pity tliclr obiuscness
Fot'ND on Wash inoton avenue, near
Sovcntli streel. a wlutu rabbit, Tho owner
can havu It by applying nt Tin: Hui.i.k
tin olllce. Amuiiosk Pyatt.
Thy Welch's London Conit.ction
kky, corner Commercial nvenue and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Sponge and
Lemon Cakes, Pies, Tarts and Hlanc
Mange, Jellies, cVc,, supper parties and
picnics supplied at tin lowest prlce.
Our Home Advertisers.
Jilder, Uilu.atercr, Varmalier ami
Knnoy I'nper Hunger, Mattre-s
Making nnd Repairing.
M hop Cosumereiail mmu b
All work eiilru.led lo his care will receiin
urnere are soiicueii mm,
FOR HALF,, ) For Halo FOR SALK.
-'Olt SALK.jrorSl!:lKOR HALF..
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcmdbhrt
Faro from Ol.Asoow,
Faro from Quxxnstown
'10 CAIRO, :::::::: $48-20
diittordwMorria A Ca
The 'Sun ' of tiik Lkvki; publishes
tlio Cincinnati platform, with the plank
referring to the taritl question omitted,
and then proclaims that thu convention
did not darn sny one word about the larill.
Tho trick is gauzy. It can ho si-en
through without dilllculty. Our goo, I
neighbor Jinit run in search of another
objection. This will not serve his pur
Wk P.KI.1EVK, neither Lin.-gnr, Popo
nor I.nnsUun has gone back on tho Liberal
movement yet, but they are now he.itat
iug toHuo in which direction thu Uermans
profM-eto jump. Well, the (Jermans will
jump as they should if tho Democrat.
do not act foolishly, und by attempting to
get in a Democratic ticket dlgust all the
now earnest partisans of the Liberal
Tiikiib AV11.1. Iti:n mats "meeting of
colored citizens held this i-venint: at Phll-
lis' Hall, to consider the politicul situation
and dii-cuss tho result of the Cincinnati
Convention. A freu discussion will bo
pormltted to all comers Oreeley men as
well as Grunt men. The desire of tho
colored citizen is to get right, ami wehopu
he may; but wo fear ho will allow design,
ing men to manipulate and lead him into
error. If the negro can go hack on Hor
ace, who ha- always boon his frluud, in tho
interest of Ulysses, who did not become
his friend until it was his interest to do -o,
then thu negro is beyond hopo and a much
larger failure than his worst enemy be
Tin: Mound City Jouiinai. is sound to
tho core, ami stops into the Greeley and
Hrown column in an earnest manner. It
Tito clear dutv of Democrats is snuarul v
to too tho murk ami thus si-curu a new
deal in the government. In principle
more u no iiuiuronco between tlio cumli.
dates nominated, or thu party that uoinl
n men iiieiii, anil tho Democracy upon tho
questions at isetio In thU campaign. A
reform in government is needed; it can
only bo secured by unity of notion among
all conservative elements. A votu not
cast for Greeley and Hrown will virtually
be cast for Grunt uud corruption.
PllOMINKNT DKMOlillATd that Is to
say, those member of tho Democratic
pnrty around about residing, who have done
and proposo yet to do thu heavy business of
manipulating conventions and determin
ing who Democrats must votu for don't
know precisely which way to travel In
thu present oxlgenuy. They aro tarrying,
with voiceloss patlenco, by the wayside;
and, with looks askance, aro appealing
with speechless persistency to eaoh other
to speak first. , llioll way .' is tho ques
tion. Come, come, genllomeii ; declare
yourselves. How can we he expected to
travel discreetly unless you put up tho
linger boards? We are at tho forks of
tho road, and very much fear you are de
termined to let us take the wtong fork,
nnd then reproach us with our mistake.
You seu we are almost persuaded to run
oil' at a very rapid paco ulong the fork
that leads to Cincinnati; mid - 'cll, how
vioulil that nnttyurl
KOUUTH UK JULY.
Thu citizens of Cairo' and vicinity are
boruby liotila-d that tho coming nationa
anniversary will bo celebrated in linu
style by tho several fire companies of thl
city by a grand parade and picnic. The
location of the grounds and till details
will bu madu public in due time.
IIk.S IIV I. AT TN '.III,
II. T. Martin, '
M. .1. IIowi.ky, i
Steamer Talisman, Nnthville.
" Falls Pilot, Now Orleans.
" Smoky City, "
" Hismurck,'St. Louis.
" Feuries", "
" (Jlajgow, Shrcveport.
" Dick Fulton, New Orleans.
Jim Flsk, Jr., Paduenh.
' Chas. .McDonald, Louisville.
It. K" Lee, New Orbmns.
Steamer Tali-man, Nnshville.
" Idlawild, KVHtisville.
" Falls Pilot, Cincinnati.
" Smoky City, Pittsbtisg
" Itisriiarck, New Orlean..
" Fearle., Pittsburg.
' Clusgow, St. Louis.
" Win. Cowen, St Louis.
" Dick Fulton, Pitt'bnrg,
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Puducnli.
" Chas. McDonald, New Orb-aiis.
" lllinol, Columbus.
" K. h. Lee, Louisville.
1110 HVl''V COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day ami night, with either lump or che-t-nut
coal, in any quantity, anil on umihI
term-, at the yard al Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts ollered on favorahlu
terms upon application.
II. V. Oi.ypiiant,
D. A. IIOKKK, Gl-Ii'l. Supt.
Sales Aaent. 3-lfl-ly.
HO ITS TO I.KAVK TO-DW.
Tho City of Chester is ihe regular
packet for .Memphis ami way landings,
leijvi.ig at 'i p, in. Thu hu' prcssuru
(Quickstep is the mail boat for P.vatisvillc
and way jiolnts. Tho fast Helle Mumphis
will be up Ibis evening bound for St.
Louis. The guy Jim Fisk, Jr., is the
daily 5 o'clock packet for Paducah.
CONDITION OK Till: RIVKIIS.
The fall in thu Ohio at this point has
been checked and it is now rising slowly,
cuuR-d by the sudden rising of thu MNsis
sippi. At Pittsburg thu river is slowly
rising. At Cincinnati ami Louisville
thus Ohio is gently falling. Thoru is
about six feet in the canal.
Cumberland and Tunrie'iee rivers are
still on thu decline, ami thu latter is down
to low water mark. The Mis-lsslppi is
still on thu riu with a twelve foot chun-
llfSINKSS AND WKATIIKR,
There was a considerable amount of bii-i.
ness done on the landings yesterday.
Tlio sun shoim bright and rather hot nil
day, with a south wind.
Hiram Hill, the submarino divor, visited
thu wreck of thu Oceanus a few days ago
willi the view of going down in hiri armor
and i-curcliing for dead bodies ami the
money safe, but on arriving thorn ho found
tliu wreck lying in 2.1 feet water and
turned over, and therefore did not go down.
He found n dead body floating In thu water
near Watson's mill. On it was found onu
dollar in currency, n pocket-kulfu nnd u
dock passongurs ticket with the namu of
Smith on It. The man was nbnut 5 fcol 8
inches In height, dark hair and sidu whisk
ers, and is supponed to bu from Shrcve
Tho Jim Fl.k, with her new cnptnln,
Hen Howard, came in on time yestorday
bringing n fair trip of people.
The Itismnrck arrived with nearly it
full trip nnd filled out here, nnd loft last
The Fearless with u tow of iron pnssed
up tho Ohio river.
Thu Iron Mountain passed up for St.
Louis light, after n tow of iron ore.
The Cowen returned to St. Louis with
two harg-is of coal, and ono of coke,
Tho Cbarloy McDonald passed down
with n large tow of coal.
Tho great Hob l-o came In from below
with her lino cabin lilted with people.
Shomado the trip to New Orleans and
hack to this port in !ij days, and donu all
f.ivtrpool .New. folk and I'hlla-Ulphia
era coitbsct with l-xited stairs aaii tiltlia
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ruatma laroBMatiu
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, Aot.;
1', llron lwi-y, New-Yoik, erlu
11. II O N p I ,
Washington Avenue, Cairn. nois.
- - atie)e)eieee)eeetiea
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. D. HF.XFOKD Froprltlo
.oasia ohio Livit amp ticoxtj it.,
1iif Only birtt-Clau Hoiue in tht Cliy
r Ilaicirage conveyed lo ml from the Depu
of treeei.ark'e. decial
S. WA LTERS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
bl aiery deaerlplien,
LATH, SHINGLKS, CF.DAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnlahed el ehnrte at notice.
Coinmercial-av, bet. 10th and lli1i-sts.,
City Halloa) Hank BhIUIIuit.
M.HpeeUI allenlion paid lunrden Irani steam
"his Oiltlll or dV
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COIt.NKH :i'2l)-hTltKKT AND OHIO l.KVF.a
(1. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
Xo. -UOIilit l.esee, I'AIKU, ll.LI.MOIM.
STHpf cisl allention (,'iven to ;conlKninenls on
Chas, Hhoeiiiiieyer, Win. rW hlcl:
(.'HAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
tl PHOLSTF. it i n if
All ordeis promptly attended lo.
NORTHWEST CORN Kit OF WARUINUTON AV
KNUK AND TKNTII ST.,
P. O. Drawer l3. anif.
CAIRO CITY ROOK 1UNDERY
JOHN II. OIIERI.T at CO.,
Rullctin Ruildinj", corner of 12th.
Htreet and Washington avenue,
All kinds or Ulndlnuand RtilliiK done at the
very lowest orkses, IlavliiK eniiaxed liu aervi
cea of Mr. Iluels, who haa had many yeara
esperleuee in oue of best Hlnderlea ol Hi, Louis,
in superintend tnia ealnhlishmenl, wo can con.
lidenlly promise our palrous work ruual to lull
of any llindery la th west.
HOOT AND SHOE MIkkK,
llelweeu Waahlimton avenue and I'unlar streni