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specially for Hayea lost Sunday.
.1. Maihot Well claims that he U to
iret till reward In tbe thane of the collro-
torhlp ot New Orleann.
.Icstice Clifford and Field were
not preterit at any ot the Inanpuratioa
ceremonies on Monday. The rent of the
members of. the supreme court wore
their robes, except Judire Daris, who
carried bis on bis arm.
Toe Burlington Hawktye aaks : "And
now, fellow-citizens ol the Democratic
persuasion, docs compromise comp f
We don't know, but it has been de
monstrate J within the last week that an
election does not always elect.
Tu latest cabinet mode out for Hayes
Is : Evarts, of New York, for secretary
of state ; Sherman, ofOhio, f er secretary
of the treasury ; Schurz, of Missouri, for
the interior department; McCrary, of
Iowa, for attorney general, and Key, of
Tennessee , lor postmaster general.
The inaugural address, like everything
that has eminated from Hayes since he
came into prominence as a presidential
candidate, is a "goodlh" document. It
abounds in plenty of fair promises and
well-rounded seotimeuls of a moral
nature, but the reader. at
the end of the perusal, won
ders what 11 r. LI ayes hat promised, alter
all, and how be conld write so much and
say so little. The address Is not multum
parto but vice ttrtz, and leares tbe
public with very undefined notions of the
course Mr. Hayes means to pursue. He
concludes with the usual reference to tbe
Almighty, expressing his intention to
dejnd on "Diyine guidance' for help in
the duties which be has been counted in
Tlir. SEW BEJIATB.
The Forty-tilth senate ot the United
States was organized on Monday. Mr.
Thomas W. Ferry was elected president
pro Urn, The oath of office was admin
istered j .Senator Howe. Twenty sen
ators were sworn into office. Four were
tworn at a time, the first four being
Messrs. Anthony, Blaine, Beck and
Hoar. The second four called were
Messrs. Kirk. wood, Grov.t (of Oregon),
Davis (of West Virginia), and Davis (ot
Illinois.) All responded but Grover, and
Mcl'berson (of N. J.), was called in bis
place. The third list called embraced
Messrs. Plumb (of Kansae), Rollins (of ,
New Hampshire), Saulsbury. Saunders j
(of Nebraska), Teller (of Colorado), and
indoui. The fourth list embraced
Messrs. Coke, Garland, Hill, (Georgia),
Johnson and Ransom. All tbee took
the modified oath. Senator Kellogg was
then called and was about to take the
oath when Senator Bogy objected.
Upon this Senator Anthony submitted a
resolution that all contested cre
dentials be laid ever until Tuesday ;
the resolution was adopted, and after
tfome further business, Vice-President
Wheeler was Introduced ; he was greeted
with tbe clapping of bands, and after a
lew words addressed by him to the sen
ate, the members proceeded in a body to
the front wlBg of the capltol. where the
ceremony ot his luaaguratlon was per
There are over twenty ieet of water in
the Jetties, but pilots steadily refuse to
take a vessel through the jetties when
theylcan take her through the Southwest
Pass. It seems they have been proverb
ially opposed to the jetties and scouted
their feasibility until results have com
pelled an acknowledgment ot their won
derful success. But they still refuse
practical acknowledgment by ad
hering to their favorite route, tbe South
west Pass, and In this lies the secret of
their discontent ; they wanted the South
west Pass jettied. They assert "that the
bar of that pass is composed of quick
sand, or a material that shifts back and
forth ; that no stable depth can be se
cured and maintained there. They as
sert that if the jetties had been built at
Southwest Pass, even to the extent they
have been at South Pcs, there
would now bo 40 feet of water.
They claim the bar at Southwest
Puss to be formed of -mud easily
washed away and kept away. Again
they claim that there is not, neither can
there bo found a sufficient harbor at
Port Eads, on account of the narrow
ness ef the Ipass, whilo at Pilot, Town
the depth and width are ample ; that
Southwest Past is the main estuary
ot the Mississippi and must remain and
be Improved as such."
Tbe New Orleans Timet says there is
something sound In the pilots' reasoning
and recalls the fact that Captain Eads
wanted this pass for his jetties and only
took South Pass as Hobsou's choice.
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04&. SiaUotlm villlntr. Osmaf XwolftJa, ataman aa4l
CAIRO, ILLINOia WEDNESDAY,
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CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
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A. B. 8AFFORD, President.
8. e). TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. UYoLOP, Bec'r and iTessurer .
f. U. Htocxfi-X-. 11,
R. H. CnrsTtKerTAM . H. L. HsixtPAT,
J. At. Pauxtrs.
INTEREST paid on deposits at th rata ot six
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Harried Woman and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
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Open every business day from 8a.m. to I p.m.
ad Saturday evenings for savings deposit onLy
romS to 8 o'clock.
W. ITT SLOP, Tressrarsr.
F Bross. President. H. Wells, Cashier. '
P. Netr, Vice Pres't. T. J. Keith, Asst. ess'l
Corner Commercial Are. svnd 8t Street
r. Bros. Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I. Nclf, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susankav Cairo. K. L. BUUngeley, St. LeolAa
E, llultr, Cairo. U. Wells, Cairo.
F. H. Brlnkman, Kt. Loula, ' -J.
Y . CkJuaoa, Caledonia.
t General RasakJaiar Buslate Boats.
rExehange sold and bought. Interest paid
a the Havings Ueparlmant. ColletiM rss
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City National Bank '
CAmo. nxiyofl. ,
CAPITAL $100,000' .
orncBM ' '
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HENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vice Fi. . r.
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