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Ifiai Axi fcfCKxao ' hat closed he r
urvtmot with the. Eagle theatre, New
York, owlof to IdUaaUsfaetlon with the
MaafemtDt, and will not appear again
oi the Itaga until text season.
' ' Tt eolore people of Richmond, Vlr
flaia. hare petitioned liar to retain
Mim Van Lew fo tne postofl!c of that
Tn social critica In Washington haTe
disc vw red that Mrs. Hayes Is too good
for the Prwld&Dt'l wile, and they proph
M7 that society will be dull and hun
4runi under her Influence.
Am Intimation by the St. Louis coroner
that he was considering a proposition to
hold the Inquest upon the victims of the
Southern hotel fire In secret, has been
received with such Indignation In thf t
city that the idea will doubtless
SaxsTon BiTAito Is the first Lmocrat
Ic member of tho eleetorial commission
to call on the President, lie informed
Hayes, In the course of a long and Inter
esting conversation, that bis rote an J his
influence should be riven in mprt of
every measure that be woulJ nave w;p-f-orted
la Mr. TUJtn had he Uea placed
la the presidential chair.
Te "ew Orleans Timet says the South
does not want Randall lor speaker, be
cause he has persistently opposed a
Southern measure ot Internal Impr"
aents since he has been in congrr'
data not want Cox. herauui v ' '
little and too funny; Morri"n' 11
lierus, is not running &lnilf.
but for Randall,; 11 w,u
accept Sajler, because lde lrom flw J
in his financial view-fie 19 ,n unexcep-1
Tsra "countf central committee of
the Independent party" ol Jackson coun
ty has lasted an address to the people of
the countr calling upon the auti-mouo-
poly Greenback men to organize tor ,'an
Independent greenback meeting to be
held in Mrphysboro on the 19th ol
May next. The committee
state the demands of the party to be,
first, for the repeal of the resumption
aut ; second, the ro-lssue of all the green
backs destroyed to make the amount
what it was before any were destroyed
(400.000.000V. third, fund the national
debt a early as practicable into one
series, with an iuterest at 3:6.5 per cent
principal and Interest payable in legal
money of the United States ; fourth,
withdraw the national bank notes, con
gress making the legal tender the only
paper currency, aud, fifth, collect all
incomes of the government In legal ten
Oar notes, and pay all debts, not other
wis promised. In the same currency
usr or r a t.ets) iwrs.
To ltwi nf Illiaeu for the ('tek
ending -" a' """ ' -April
10. 1S77. Furnuhed this paper by
Cex A Cox, solicitors of patents, Wash
ington, D. C. ;
L. Bradley, lightning rod coupling,
Chicago; F. Braymer, tobacco pail
cover, Chicago; B. Fresa, watch roller
abstractors, Chicago ; M. Laflin, com
position for lining barrels, Chicago; M.
Loflin and S. Elliott, amalgamating
ores, Chicago; C. Palm and J. Fitz
geral, railroad Joints, Cerro Gordo ;
A. Bogardus, spherical glass targets,
Elkhart; J. Curren, lumber trier, Chi
cago; Decker, three horse equalizers,
Rock Bridge ; C. Libby, congress gaiters,
Chicago; W. ltarkuam, fence post,
Bthel ; J. Pennycook, collapsable cores
for easting met&Uc pipes, Chicago ; TT .
Powell, pllM for nail plates, Eellville ;
W. Sberer, show case, Chicago ; It. Van
Eps, wire fabrics, Peoria.
Lipplncott's Magazine for May is an
unusually varied number. Of tbe Illus
trated articles, "Down tho Khine," the
first of a aeries by Lady Blanche Mur
pby.is noticeablo both tor tbe exquisite
engravings and lu agreeable sketches of
famous old towns, romantic scenery, and
the quaint costumes and primi
tive habit of the Alsatiau peas
antry. 'Parisian Club-Life" in described
at length by C. II. Harding, while
Chauncey iilckox Uiscus.es briefly tome
ot Schliemacn's discoveries, and gives
the welcome intelligence that the great
explorer iabout tore-visit America. Wal
ter Mitchell writes musingly and critl
aUr o,f fiuxtaJi. and Burlal-rjaccs,"
quantity of theatrical gossip and
aneecdotea relative to the subject of
"Damned Playa.1 Ot stories. In addi
tion to a long Installment of 'The Mar
quis ct Louie, which has now reachtd a
crUla, w have "The Abbess ot Ischia,"
by Robert A. McLeod, which has a
tragical Iuterest; a humorous love story,
called "A Superfluity 0f Naughti
nes," by Edward Bellamy; and
A Queen of Burlesque," which U both
odd and pathetic, and is evidently drawn
from real life. There are poems by Emma
Ltzarut, Mary B. Podge, and other
writers, and the Monthly Gossip con
tains number ot short papers on "Bui-
A. a O TT .. . . i ...
tH nvavuarveaie, " oeuwg a
House," aud other mlacellamua topics.
The content are of a thoroughly pop.
ular and attractive character.
TMli or BAVITY.
O Saturday Uat at Hprlngfleld some
mD tijwnfflsuu were made
ta-t the GalUeon theory ot tbe laws
m 9 w ifw TkA
turn caonunis were
lrom tha dome of the
capital by Prolaasor
bums scuta. i ne se Derate
ala aa SVUtiMBB A. . - . .
L Tety bail the same tM
mtcrkt wart sucoesalvely droppe
ttrtoffc a iutaoce of two buadrea
MHtlxty-ftTt feet. The dlataao waa
carefully ascertained previous to the
lime of the experiment. Watches ware
regulated and aet together exactly and
the experimenters made observations In
dependent of each other. The result of
tht average; f twenty experiments ts
thai the time required by Iron bails
weighing nine ounces to pass
thnach the distance ol 265 feet, 4s 4.75
sconds. Tested by the law of physic;,
thh result should be 4.03 seconds.
Hie second experiment was a com-
pftf-son between two hen nails tn
ratio of 1 to 12 nearly, by weight.
The general conclusion ot all ob-
acrvsra of this experiment, which was
tried repeatedly, is that the heavier
passeo through the floor slightly in ad
vauce el tho latter one In each case. The
heavy ball was dropped. fo the east
ol a verticil line and the light ball to
the west ot it
The third experiment was a compari
son between a tall of wood and a ball of
iron, having ipproxlmarely the sttne
sire. These wire dropped at the same
Instant. The result is that the ir
ball passed trough the floor vr'W
a second be tore the hall tf
From these experimenu it was conclu
ri.. ;.. ...iviiz the lawa ol
phvsic relative to nJ'" A,n'
n-.ir fi. fenr r arrarify alone. U.e re-
suits obtained """"
. rl a. 1 K m n. .11AU.I..V, 4ff
mutt ve n' m , .
th6 rfcSlsT uicuiuiu itiivuu
,h.nly falls. ;
c-jud That the opinion that bodies
Piie same material and density, but of
jflertnt weight, tall through equal dis
tances In equal times, U br no ineaus
Third That ler bodies of diflerent
materials and density, but ot the same
sire, the ti-nc is in favor ol the denser
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
T Call Hl-Th CIptiM Ola
Mlh Politlritl Mtr Blaine
nd Bittlcr-aoelftl Matter, Ae.le.
(From our regular Correspondent.)
Washington, April 13, 1S77.
There seems to be much uncertainty
tn the Lime when an extra session of
congress wuTbe called. The secretary I
ot war said yesterday that If the Louis-1
lana' difficulty could be satietaitorily 1
ended betore that time, the extra ses-
alon would begin on tbe 15th of May.
The Louisiana difficulty is the uncertain
quantity, and a very uncertain quantity
it is. The commission, it is understood,
have about ended their mission nego
tiation, labors, or, perhaps, meddling Is
a more definite term for all that they
have done or could do in that distracted
state. There is much anxiety among
the Southerners in the city.to know the
purport of a long dispatch In
cipher sent by the commission
ers to the president. It
Is the first dispatch .of any consequence
tht the President has received . lrom
that sonrcc. It came directly to the
President up to a late hour last night
had not made the contents public.
After the excitement preceding and
since the . Presidential election,
Now seem to be in the condition of the
river described by Casar, J-of such in
credible placidity that it is; impossible to
discern with the eyes in which direction
It flows." The letter of Mr. Bliiue's
created a little sensation for it was sup
posed by some, from his long silence,
Chat he had been subdued to acquiesce
it the Presidents policy. When be
nade his defiant speech in the senate,
last month, and boldly assumed the
I ACKABD AND CHAMBERLAIN,
Mearlyall his friends deplored his action
a rail and III advised. But there Is as
little equivocation In the blast which he
sotuds through the Boston Herald aa
the-e was in his speech where he called
upn heaven to wither his hand and
piralyze bis tongue in case he deserted
hs Republican friends iu the south. The
indications are that be intends to make
war upon the President's southern poli
cy if he has to do it single handed and
ilone. There hod been much gossip re
cently iu relatiou to a
sort of partnership between
Mr. Blaine and Mr. Butler, by which
they should mutually oppose, oue In the
senate and the other in the house, tbe
President's policy. But it U not ut all
probable that any such arrangement has
even been thought of by the gentlemen,
and it hi impossible that such a combina
tion could cod In "-0.1ug but futility,
litlcal augnation u'tiSPff! s wcU " I,0
The old Hl capital.
I'XAIr.R8 OK SOCIETY
navo all abdicated. The names of Mrs
u, airs. Kooeson, aud their brilliant
satellites and parasites are nd longer
AAntnlnnniifl t 41. .
vv'"i'"-,"'UJ u me unwnoiesome stufl
that composed the society column of the
cut journals, and tbe average correspon
dent has not yet been able to adapt hiui.
sell to the new order ot thlncs. or. mm,.
er the new order of things is not clear! v
wuuttt' ayss ana ber cabinet
seem as IitUo disposed as the sterner half
vi iu auuunmrauon, to be content with
mere Imitation of the old regime. What
civiuia wui uu suenuy enected in
lasmou, repasts, entertainments, etc., are
not yet apparent These are matters
that e are disposed to treat at frivolous
and unworthy the consideration of any
but women, dandtes.and, if it is not inul.
tlplyJng synonyms, young naval offlcert.
nuiwnenwo remember that Parts it
trance, and Washington, ihoujrh ban.
pUy in a milder sense, America, and that
w suouie influence oi taahlon and man-
ers have always lea a deep Impress on
muouw me ana History, it will not do to
treat aa unworthy oi consideration the
uugnltuda ot women' bugles, the num.
ber c4 course at table, or indeed, auy.
thing that la material or ceremonlal'at tha
svauoaal capltoi. c
Hayes' Pacification Policy
.Strongly Endorsed by the
Resolutions Adopted i that
Ought to Satisfy the Most
The 13th, 14 and 15 Ami'u?ent
Accepted in Lett ana
""" or C olor oi Pl-
April 1G. The Xich
passed the following
rAt senate io-uay
Mint resolution and preamble which arc
a part or trie plan oi adjustment;
n BKKEas, i ne peopie oi
the State of
South Carolina, alter years ot sutlering
and misrule, have mith supreme satis
faction seen the wise (it-termination of
t'resiJent Hayes aa expressed In his in
augural, and already happily executed in
Sourn Caroliua, to restore the local sell
government ot the Southern states and
peace and prosperity to the whole coun
try. ly a return to a rigid follevriiijr ef
rne wise principles oi consututional zvr
eminent ; therefore, te it
RftrJ. liv the ecuate and house of
representatives in jfenernl assembly con
1. That wecordUllv endorse the iol-
ii y of the president as enunciated iu his
iuaugural. aud we pledjre him our
hearty co-operaUoe, aiJ and support lu
2. That the executiou of the said pol
icy in the state ol Loiiisiaua will prove
the source ot inestimable blcsint to
her people, lilt up their burdened spirit,
neal their wounded prosperity, renew
their waited tield. bring bapplness to
their home and cive to the whole pes-
pie, without distinction ot race or color.
a future of prvvreis as well moral as
3. That as an earnest o our endeavors
we hereby soleinulv declare that it is
and will be the purpose ot the govern
ment ot the state ol Louisiana, repre
sented by Francis T. .XieuolJs as its
representative iiead, first to accept in
jrood taith the thirteenth, fourteenth,
and nftecnth amendments ot the con
stitution of the United States In letur
I and in spirit. Second, the enforcement
tue law ngiuiv ana luipaiiutuy
to tbe end that violeuce ana
shall be suppressed and
promptly punished, ana that peace ana
order prevail aud that the humblest
throughout every parish in the state, of
iHuui cr uuuu uic ovii va uuuictauvt
everv color, shall receive the full and
equal protection of tht laws in person,
prooenv ana noiiucai riznis ana pnvi
ieaes. Third, to the promotion ot the
kindly relations between the
white and colored citizens
of the state upon a ba
sis of justice and mutual
confidence. Fourth, the education of all
classes ot the people beinp essential to
the preservation of lree institutions, we
declare our soljmu purpose to maintain
a system of public schools by an equal
and uniform taxation upon property as
provided In the constitution of the state,
and which shall secure the education of
the children ot white and colored citizens,
with equal advantages. Fitth,
desirous ot healing the
4iiwii,i'n. v i.w.u disturbed
the e.tatu lor years past, and anxious that
the citizens of all political parties may
be free from the leverUh anxieties of po
litical strile and joiu hands in honesty
reMuriug ine proepemy oi kouisiana.the
Xicholls government will discountenance
any attempted persecution, from any
quarter, of individuals for past political
4. That the governor be requested to
forward a copy r these resolutions to the
President of the United States.
Dtvena nod Mum.
(Kroni the Boston Olobt, April 11.)
Lydia Maria Child, in reply to a note
ol inquiry regarding Geutral Devens'
ofler to purchase the freedom ot the
slave Thomas blms, writes a modest let
ter, giving the "bottom tacts." bhe
say that just before the breaking out of
tho war she saw a letter lrom Suras, in
wbich he expressed di-courageiuent at
ever receiviug his freedom as his mas
ter asked $1,00 tor him, and havin"
once been sent back from the North he
had no heart to try again toei
cape. Being touched by the letter the
resolved that those who returned him to
bondage should buy bis freedom, and so
she set about raising subscriptions.
John P. Bigelow, of this city, who was
mayor at the time ot the rendition of
Sims, sent her, in response to her appeal,
a cheek lor S4JU; she wrote to ;others,
with vanng success, when she was unex
pectedly stopped by the following letter
Mrs. Chiu: 1 see by the papers that
you are trying to raise money tor the re
demption ot Thomas Sims. Please re
turn to the donors whatever ums you
may Lave received, a 1 wih to five the
entire sum myself, l'ou will oblige me
by giving no publicity to this request.
Charles E. Devn,.
"Thinking," says Mrs. Child, "that he
nJght not be aware hew large was the
sum required, 1 informed him that Sim
twing an lnf-lliinf rnwhanic. was SO
vaJutbJe to hi mauler that he wcuiu un
sell aim for Jess than $1,hX. Mr. Devens
replied by an order to draw upon him
lr the money, and I immediately re
turned tttf r iln.tlna I V.-.I Kalfl
lrom others. I then consulted
witb Francis Jackson concerning sale ar
raugement for depositing the money,
ubject to the order of the master when
ever Sim should make bis appearance
intobton. Before these arrangements
" Uliouicicu ilia mimrnr Olln mam
i f T V " " .w. i iia uiasivr
Vi v"rv,rgl nucome weil-nlgb impossible,
v-unujie i nomas blms took
ft tt a , camp ot the
tnited States, and 1 wrote to Mr.
Uevens that the money be had ho
generously offered was no longer need
ed." Mrs. Child concludes: -I am not
personally acquainted with General De
vetis. but ever since the reception ot that
i;f.haVKe,hel,i him Kh esteem
? nobIe eflortt make reparation
& Ji !iWron. he dld' an(1 80 for hi
patriotism and sense of Justice during
the war, I respect General Deveo "
And so do aU who know him. uri")-
What u Tbcagki its hu
Tk Atlanta CiHufituiic.n nuhltch
following letter, written h r.n uk..i
flan In ISflo. Tht Conthtution ay It has
never been published before:
UiADorjAiTias Military Div rsmv At
lSCa.-ai Eiodlency Andrew Johnson.
President of ths United States - WaW
Sir: IawMr. HendrlrW. h.. VZ.ll
- - ymj VfiVI
Down go tho Fricoo of
Us' Mlii Hi
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. These goods arepurehaed by Mr. Faruhaker who resides in
New York, and takes his time in selecting and buyini? just what the market
needs and at prices to suit the times. You will do well by railing
on us, to look at our goods and prices. We ni&ke
A Specialty of Gents'
stetson s a mo uat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. In Winter's Block.
yesterday, and will, witb treat pleasure
ue all Hie iutluence I may have In pro
moting th oblect he mentioned to me.
ibere are, without doubt, uuuv ml-
eoutent In the state ot Louisiana, aud
much bitterne; but this bitterness N !
all that is leit to the lieople. There is
uo power ot resistance leit. The lvuu- i
try is impovvrisbeil, aud the probability
ts that tn two or three years there w dl
oear almost total transfer of landed
propertv. lhe north will own everv
railroad, every steamboat, everv lurtftf
mercantile establ sfuueiit and evrrTtlmi
which requires eapiral to carry it on. In
tact. Mr. Preside ut, I consider lhe south
now northernizecl. .The slave L free, and
the whole world cannot ajfain enslave
him. And with all these facts staring
us in the face we can well aflord to be
lenient to this last annoyance impotent
1 hen. it is so uara, ny any species ot
legislation to correct this feeling. Mag
nauimity is the safest and most manly
course. How hard it would be to change
the opinion? of Mr. Wendell Phillips
and niakehiru a Vallandigham democrat,
by any species ot legislation. I have the
rnoft abiding faith in tbe solution of the
question ot a restored union, If we can
only wsit and trut to a little time and
the" working M natural cause.
f have the honor to be, sir, very res
pectfullv, your obedient servant,
P. H. Sitebidan,
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tors, Washington, D. C.
Insurance Companies rat ELA1E the nine a Oas luk.
ELAINE is used on many of the Railroads, street Cars and Hotels ot tbe co ioti
and inaugurated superior to any other oil in tbe market.
Can be used In any lamp.
ORDERS FROM TUE TRADE SOLICITED.
F1EE ! FIRE ! FIRE !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoos.
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late flre by
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
PAINT AD OIL.
B. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Fapr, Window Oisvas, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always od band. U elebraie4 Uloiminatla
Criei lTmth atrMt Waia
W. II. MAREAN, M. D.
Eras3p:lt;c Fhjsirlan ni Sirpja
Ir. Brijjlikm s Succor )
Offlco 133 Commaroial At.
6peil atitctioa given to the trcatnxa
l Uromc Ui.hni ut duette pcculuw i
Engli.h Brussels. Three Ply and laf rain
also. Stair Carpete.Velvet Uugt, Crumb
Cloths, Oil cloths, etc., very cheap
at tbe Old riac
112 FULTON ST., NEW TO BE
Carpet carefully packed and sent so an
part of tha United elate tree etcher.
trvm ron: PRicTznjiT.'w
9 A, STDALL