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W jbm Nor. 7, 187".
TrWtAjWrtirtsja HtU proiwss
in UffkUOo-4MlUTcr bill passing tbe
Hoota, and tba WU to rep! tbt elausa of
ste Eciuaptloa Art wm u ne a uaw
tor Ntnoptloo, jcattlajf torioall befor
th H.uiM lor discussion. Over botD
thaw aeuari the real contest will b in
tba teute. Tb lUrer bUl, however, had
HMxpaoteA ftrefigta la tbe House, and
that Oct U1 fcalp U Dow iu me swnuic,
4 with Mr.Har.V
" , M11I
AJ too at already' informed the Mili
tary Commltiee 6f tbe House propose to
ttk lor money enough to support iwon
, ' jtuMllk l''numberwl,,b0
' miuMmmL tt Is enouKh. - Willi a large
taodttti anrir without be forever try
lng to fto4 warlike work for It
. ,'Tbeja .ta ao".bnexpected wlllinfness
amoe BWtnbere of both Houses lo aiaae
JVi aireiubU approprlUon n aid of an
r American', rreeoUtitm at tbe Parle
SxpoatttM next year. Probably $200,000
-will t"loW17:.''Y..' Ll
v ' 't TM rROPHIT. ;
;." ' , 'ju.'ajrei has apparently made up bis
: mind taltubllib 4 new revelation on the
. - MbJeet ofeiTll serviee reform. - lie has
" tba tewiAdlty la. respect to revelations
that ffisUnf alined Mahomet and Bri jham
'onnf. "He produces one wherever he
uMdaoiie.'ntinewone, In relation to
which a feeler has been put out, Is in tliu
ttupe oia eomttiand to slaughter the
BureM officers and Department clerks
who are not admlulsUaUon men who,
as f wrote job lit April but, are disloyal
-. ta tlM'pvopnet occupying the white
hum. lt I remember aright, tbe origl
. - gal Hfiniu eonimand wae to destroy only
Th change ii Dot really sudden one,
4JT ut ocdy ooe of a series of changes, each
7 guJrJoi Us suoceo a' necessity. .There
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"-7 "".!, TWORttULTS roSSIUl.B
Jro.thlsjkrlfllujf.r , ,no I" t,mf Wr
, Bayee wJUlaiaklnto a mere party slave,
! all the lea account in tbe party lor
What fee bAt done. The other js that he
, Will take himself entirely out or tbe Juv
t'pbucan orgtn&tUon, and rely tor sup.
' fort fA'Democrau; Independents, and
those Kepabllearis wha will lollow him.
X stand still Is Impossible.
' WhJehsvfr course be may lake, a re
' oeostraeUoa ot hi Cabinet will be a nc-
cesally. 4 ; -r .
' -.' Senear, has bken a dam auk
. to hiot from the first Unpopular with
BepubUcan leaders, disliked by Deuio
cratAj and not enjoying tbe confidence oi
anybody, all appointment was a mistake.
Not practicable,' not sincere, not stable,
but eloquent and. plausible, he wu oi
; value M Xto campaign ot ,1900; but he
was worso , than uselws tno moment be
entered the Cabinet and bad the work of
civil serviee' reform assigned to him. It
was said of Chs. Sumner that he had
tartyfalM Aanes. Tor a grindstone, but
hot pttctlcable ability enough to sharpen
a broad-axe.' But fiuwner was a prodigy
.-ofbtislnees talent compared wlthSchurz.
H, whether Hayes continues in his own
party, na becomes Us servant, alter
' wmsia to BEcojit iTS Mirrsn,
or leaves It, to attempt without its sup
port what It. will not support him In do
ing, It would seem that Mr. Schure would
have to be dropped. , Ir would not be
hard tt show Jhst ojther members of the
cabunl WW probably have to be displeas-
. edu'lheaearluture, but I will content
miaeU fbr this time by asking your read-
1 ertlto stick a pia ia this present chapter
of prophecy, so that they . may turn to it
.. . aooa trier tne deetlona of today.
One bUJ presented yesterday deserves
attmtion, aid will doubtless receive it.
It erovJdes tor , a "perpetual" loan of
fMQJVOypoO to bear 4 per cent interest
Taelomof the amber ol the blU is that
the aototut wonld be rapidly abolished in
this country for permanent investment,
and would enable the government to call
in aa.eqoal amoui5Vof bonds bearing a
iarftt rate ojflUterAt; The permanent"
feature Is what he supposes would make
tbte loan noVe aooeptable than any other
' ' ' '; OfSMISOD ABMT OfFICERS.
' The friends Of General Don, Carlos,
. Buell, If. B. Franklin and scores of other
(fleers dismissed daring tbe late war, are
moving through Mr. Hayes to have their
. trials and sentences rsoonsldered many
ot (Mm rttsr to the case ot Gen. Itunkle
aaaprtcedsat for executive action, but
K sLoald be remembered that in General
OTCVVs fciielao oompetenfautTiorlty bad
ever approved lh action of the Court. In
tk Other cases mentioned no matter,
wnai .ineir merin may nc, no ac-
tlpa easi be taken except by Congress.
' ' " ' Hilton.
;ir-.' Jio stoaik.
'There was stoe point about Mr. Morton,
as a fee. Ha held the most ultra consol
ldett Ttswe; Re aimed at tbe pracU
eel Uitcratlon of the atotes. fle re-
garde ttal lines as BtUe more than
eMHiy lines. v11m federal government
was ottrvthlat with him, Ae a foe.
however, hd was opsa. Implacable, un
iwnirwnlalnrbukjf wu no sneak, like
ot amuug uouaass and the Blalnes,
wbeatH)4baeoaaarvatW when it paid,
aad KafgaU when it suited their pur
MisBt. 4hesm was always lost what be
nasvMf Ci alio be said that M whUper
wn e strfaaeaiajK us integrity. n
we ft -taetHV, taMegh bu faulu
Fi iiu sooVeaodelashof arms
it ttme aad a stormy lift.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
THANJPOhTlXU FBK8U MCAT.
Ct, Louii Iilipilch.
Ihjj traniporUtloa ol lreh meat from
South America to Cugland Is being at
taodiid with such succcos as promises to
rentier tbe trade valuuble. The plan of
retrijeration employed Is eutlrcly dillf r
enttTom that used by the exporter from
tbe U.S. neither It e. snlt, nor saltpetre
being used In its preservation, but an en
tirely dIO'ent urocesu. bv which the ulr
U Duriftcd and dried without the ue of
lot. And Id a pompartuienr ot II.OUO
cubic feet, will make u saving of $:) per
lou; and tor titty tons ot lee uiul economy
of space at 27s (id sterling; per tun uf cu
blc leet, is $750 per voyusje l"'1 New
York and Liverpool. As lev h-h been
tound Impracticable lor u lung r i vov
ago onacvoutit ot its inn!sturu um1 I he
space occupied, the process is likely to
answer tbe purpose much better, uwl to
entirely supersede It.
RAl'M AND WHISKY TftKVEI.
It la said by a Washington dispatch
that Secretary Sherman will overrule
Commissioner of Internal Revenue Huuin
should the latter report favorably on a
proposed compromise with some ol the
Chicago whisky thieves. Secretary Sher
man will do well to be cautious hi Hub
matter, since Commissioner JUiiiin is the
same umn who on the day when a certain
General Babcock was acquitted, Febru
ary, 21, 187U, tclcgrunhed to that eminent
martyr of the VViiisky JflDg: 'Hearty
congratulations from nic uad othc.s lrom
IIKADO.t'AHTCItS KOK AHMS
TheUulted States is Ucoming the
headuuarters for ammunition and (la-
arms for tho worled. The Rrldgeport,
Connecticut, cartridge works are making
700,000 cartridges a ilay. They have s ap
plied Knssla wan 40, oou.uw, i urKey wun
70.000.o00, and have just received un or
der from Italy lor ho.ooo,ooo enrtr.ugcg.
(From the ilulrupults Timcn.
A homicide occurred a lew days since
at the school-house called Aolns, near
Bay t'ity, Pope county. I ho pcri-mi
killed was a youth named Dale, lhe
person churcl with thcoileime made hie
escape. I ne pariicuiani we nave noi oo-
taineu. . .
We have tiecn Informed that. Mrs. J-o-
gan,wlfeol Kx-Senator.l. A. Logan, re
cently wrate to a menus oi nera aooiu
Carbondule, Hint it was the Intention ol
her family to return to t artjondale to ro
slde at an early day. Egypt has not lost
all its attractions yet for them, it thU in
lormulion be true.
and pan sir.x.v, TOO.
We have been told hy ii party who
seems to know, that Mr. I. W. Munn,
who shown so bright In the political lir
manent herciabouts a lew years clnee, but
who has been for a while past under u
cloud, has recently been In t'alro, In con
saltation with some of his old Iriends,
and our informant predicts that he will
at no distant day inovo from Chicago
to Cairo with n view ol making himsell
a political leader, and getting some of the
fat loaves and Dshes. We do not vouch
lor this, hut give It as we get it
THK TOBACCO TRADK.
i'be tobacco warehouses of (lie city are
entering the campaign ot wild a vim.
Tho most of thciu have issued their cir
culars, and nil anticipate un increased
Mi:nnHtta is kdoar county.
Tliere were two murders In Kdgar
eounty last week. E: Bird well, an olti
cer, was shot and killed by one '. Burns
while arresting a desperado lrom Indiana
who bad fiud to this county. Burns has
been arrested and is in jail. A girl oi lif
tcen years was killed by her seducer and
an abortionist. But the county was
struck with horror as the news came
that one John llann had cut open
the head of his step son, John Beck, with
an ax. while Beck was In bed asleep.
Hunn had been In a demented state lor
several months, but was regarded harm
less even by Beck, who had objected to
have his step-lather cared for elsewhere.
So difficulty bad occurred bet worn tin in.
Ilann rose beloro uoy one else in tho
bouse, got un ax, went to Beck's room
and with two blows cut open his skull
tben set down the ax, went a hall mile
called on the sheriff, told him that he had
killed Beck with an ax and gave birasclt
up anu was locked up. ecK naa sup
ported his stepfather, and was very
kind to him. lie was an industrious
young mechanic, highly respected by all
who knew mm.
The Hlsalmlppl lve.
The Qulncy Iltrall says: "Represent
ative Young, ot Tennessee, lias Introduc
ed a bill In tbe House to soouro the low
lands adjacent to the Mississippi from
overflowing. . Ills bill provides;
FirstThat so much of iliinols Mis
souri, Tennessee and Arkansas, Missis
sippi, and Louisiana as arc subject to
overflow ihill m constituted n district
known as the leyce district ot the Mls,-U
Second-For the creation of n Board
of Levee Commissioners three officers of
tbe army engineer corps, one Colonel
and two Captains and two civilians
appointed by the President
and continued by the Sen
ate, army oftlcers only receive pay allow
ed by law, and civilians $3,000 per an
num; the Board to take charge ot and
continue the survey being mane ot the
Mississippi river and tributary streams
for tho purpose of determining the
proper method of tho reclaiming of al
luvial lands ot tho Mississippi valley and
Third Th9 secretary of the treasury
shall issue thirty year bonds bearing In
tereatat four per cent, per annum to the
amount of f 4.",0OO,000; tbe proceeds to
be applied to the construction ol such
works as may be recommended by the
board, a tax to lie levied upon all the
lands reclaimed from overflow, and upon
tbe . . tonnage ot all vessels
navlirallng streams in tho levee
district, this tax to constitute a sinking
fund for payment oi principal and Inteis
est of bonds, and cost and expenses ol
keeping levees In repair, the bill not to
takeeftect until states In the levee district
cede to the government power and juris
diction to carry Into cflcct tho provisions
1 tbe bill.
Tbe plan propose 1 by Mr. Yocuin Is
open to some objections, chief among
which Is the use of United States bonds
in providing means for making llto Im
provement contemplated. There seems
to be no occasion tor an Increase ot the
public debt lor this purpose, where an
appropriation, to the ordinary way, ot so
muub annually out ol ths public revenue
would answer the purpose. The con
struction Ol the leyceS IS without doubt
demanded by tbe true Interests ot the Mis
sippi valley, and it is only a question ef
time when it will be brought about. The
immense tracts ot ilcljly productive land
to be reclaimed odi-r a prospective yield
that will amply repay the cost of levees
and adit ereuiiy tothereuownand wealth
ot the country. t i ,.
There H, hy-tbe-way, ipiite a remarka-hi.-difference
ol opinion umong leading
engineers us to the moit practicable mode
ol orweiilliiir the disastrous overtlows
Which huve retarded the development of
the valuable hottouisuloiig tho AlisslssipN
pi. The Commission authorized by Con
itress In 1S74, of which General Warren
was President, unanimously agreed that
a division ot the water now inio various
channels would lessen the depth of water
generally and prevent lis rise so much
shove lhe natural banks. Hence the
csiuuilsslon recommended that outlets
be provided by sipe channels, which
would assist In carrying oil the
flood. It was claimed that high levees,
conllnlng tho river Into comparatively
narrow bounds, would necessarily occa
sion a greater rise and that Inundations
would still result unless the nrtillcial
banks were raised to a great Height. This
plausible theory, however, does not meet
with universal luvor. (,'apt. Ends takes a
contrary view ot the matter and asserts
that the result ot confining the current
and luitltluir Its width, would be the se
curing of a uniform channel, and the pre
vention ot deposits raising trie river bed
and tho liability to overilows. "By ap
plying the principles laid down in (lie
theory of Captain Ends at the bcrimiing,
It will bo seen that the wido, luke-hke
Dlaces In the river aro tho cause ot nearly
all the troubles which beset both naviga
tion and agriculture throughout the alt
luvlal basin. When a flood occurs the cur
rent Is very rapid in the narrow places.
and consequently highly churged with
sediment, in the wido places it is slug
gish, hence deposit takes place extensively
in the latter ami great shoals result,
which aro intcsted with snags. The
water, niter passing out of these wide pla
ces, deprived ot part of its burden, in
creases its speed und loads up again from
the bed and banks ol the next narrow
part, and carries the spoils taken here to
the next wide place. Tills creates the
caving hanks, the cut oHsand rapid chan
ges in the stream. Thcthoalsaro simply
efforts of the liver to build up the twd
produce a steeper slope to restore the nor
mal current velocity.
By a uniform width ot the river brinks,
a iinitorra depth would he secured: this
would produce a uniiormpy ol current
and prevent the caving oi banks, and it
would lower tho flood-slope below the
surface, ot the land, because It would re
move the excessive fractional resistance
creuted by the wide river bed. it only
needs the one -II II li part ol nu Inch per
milo of reduction of slope from Cairo to
Red river to lower the floods Vih leet at
The narrow parts ol the river lielow
Cairo seldom huve. a h ss depth than thir
tv feet In low water In them, and ("apt.
Kails is confident that reducing the river
to a uniformity ot width would give a
uniform depth from Cairo to the sea, dur
ing the lowest water, ol at least twenty
feet. No straightening ot the river is re-
eominended by him." The subject Is
one of such vast Importance that it de
mands the most carelul Investigation,
and before tho ndoptlon ol either plan its
feasibility should bo proved by deliber
ate experimental tests. :
There In Danger Aliend.
When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys are neglectful of their duties
and grow sluggish, tatty degeneration,
Bright's disease, diabetes, and other dan
gerous malladies, are the result of neglect
to remedy this inactivity by medicinal
means. When the all important func
tions of the kidneys aro imperfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and tho best possible ngeut for that pur
posesince It perlorms Its odlce without
exciting them Is llostetter's .Stomach
Bitters, which, in combination with its
tonic and cuthurtio properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
kidneys and bladder are strengthened by
lt,;and the vigor which It imparts to them,
and the gentle but effectual Impulse
which It glyes to their operations, is the
best possible guaranty against their be
coming diseased. The bitters are Invalua
blc in other respects ss well as the above
since they remedy general debility, utcr
Ino troubles, chills and lever, dyspepsia,
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
Is so common in tho country as scarcely
to need comment. Tho eaunes which
produce it are such as cold, Irregular
livlug, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&c In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements aro manu
factured, the grinder protects Ids lungs
lrom the injurious cllccts of the dust
Hying oil the grindstone by weiring a
respirator, The coal miner era 1 1 i'e
scouds the shatt provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against flea-lain p.
Now It is equally necessary lo.- those
who aro brought in contact with any ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provido themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, tho home stomach bitters.
To Iho Public.
The undersigned wishes to inform the
citizens ol Cairo that he will be ready In
a short time to furnish thent with all
kinds ot trees, such as lruit-trces ol every
description, Shade-trees, Flowers,
Shrubs, Plants, Evergreen trees, for
Christmas, (.1 different kind and sb.es,
at tho lowest prices and terms. There
fore, send In your orders curly to have
them on hand In time All Information
given on application. Orders to be left
at Edward Tblelccke's grocery store, on
Eighth street; Krncst Pcttit's, on Twenty-eighth
street ond Commercial avenue;
Metcall, corner Division and Washing
ton avenue; or 10 Aiucri urindler him
self, or through tho postofllce.
A KliW Or TUB PRICKS AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
Hth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar
10 lb N. Orleans
H ft Hlo Coflee
H White Hngar
4 lb Soda
... 1 00
... 1 00
... 1 00
4 Boxes Matches.' ,' 25
Starch, per pound OS
0 Bars Soap 25
C al Oil. per gallon 25
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, Just received, i choice lot ol Pure
Spices, Mas lard, F.nglish Table ftauce
ana nek leu.
Call and see ns. 24-0t
SIGNAL SKRVK B REPORT.
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Btranijji(ual Service, U. 9. A
The James D. Parker Is due lrom Cin
cinnati lor Memphis. -
The Kobiu and tow of suit lor the South
and all way points, is due out of the
The Cons. Millur Is due (or Cincinnati
The Warm-r nml barges have 2,000
sacks suit, 175 tierces pitch, 150 empty
lard tierces, 188 hogsheads sugar.
' The .luuus W. (iufl has 110 hales cot
ton, 205 barrels oil lor Cincinnati.
There was a spit ol snow in the air yes
terday morning, ttic first ol tho season.
The rul.i of night betore last was quite
l he people of Louisville aro squealing
terribly at t:,c prospect of abridge being
thrown across thcOhlost Evansyille, and
tho point they fear most Is that the bridge
company will attempt to secure a modi-
licutlou of the law regarding bridges be
low Cincinnati so that they will not be
required to make their pivot draw 100
feet in the clear. It there Is any danger
of them making such an effort the whole
river fraternity should not only protect
but join determinedly to beat the move.
Navigation has sullcred enough already
by anillcial obstructions and further out
rages ol this character should not be per
mitted. I'hc City of Alton got out yesterday
und made liberal additions. Her Ireight
was not. injured hy double tripping at
The stearui r Belle i.s to run la the lower
coast trade. She made some additions
and is well laden.
The Port Eads returns to New Orleans
The Ste (lemiyleve hns a light trip ft r
.lohnole Hay lies went to Smithland, In
stead of to 1'udiiouh, as we stated ytter
day. lie will be hack to leave lor Texas
on Monday ufti r bidding the girls 'gooi
The .Inn. (iilinan brought (Ht 3 barges
tor the Port Eads nod lakes baca her
empty barge;. Alter returning lrom St.
Louis lint ijiliuuu will go up the Ohio If
water Is plenlilul. 'l he ('. W. Anderson
brought Ci5 bales hay, 1117 empty eoal oil
bills., 10 bbls. potatoes, :S07 hbls. Hour,
70 hbls. apples, 2:1 Ibis, .flour, spar, 30
socks outs, and i tons sundries, and she
husa good trip in prospect next time.
Tho .Silverthoruc is due this evening
tor EvunsTille. The Belle Memphis will
pass to Memphis to-day, und tho Laura
Duvls to Cincinnati.
The Jim Flsk will be here at u o'clock
promptly for Paducah,
The nyer was ntationary yesterday,
but certainly ought to rise again to-day
if ihc late rains haye been at all general.
The City ol Alton got away last even
ing deeply ludon for New Orleans. Tbe U.
P. Schenck clears this morning loaded
flat out. The weather is still cloudy and
threatening and morn ruin or snow is Im
Louisville Courier-Journal, 8th: The
May Bee, with a hunting party on
board lor the wilds ot Arkansas, left yesr
Louisvillo Courier-Journal, Thursday:
Yesterday morning, about 7 o'clock, the
ferrybout Jas. Wathen was backed down
to tho doek at Jeliersonville to get her
load, and lcavo on her first trip lor this
side of tbe river. The bell rung lor "all
ready," and the pilot rung the bell lor the
engineer to back her, bus no attention
was paid to It. lie rang again, but the
engine stood still. Upon In
vestigation It was found that the laltbful
engineer had turned the throttle for the
last time, for he was found dead npoathe
foot-box, at tho levers. Mr. Jas. Bailey
was his name. He died of heart disease,
and leaves a wife and children to mourn
his loss. He was a good and faithful
man, and had been in tbe service ot the
ferry company 12 or 13 years.
At $75 cash, a good six-oetsvo piano,
worth to those having use lor It $100,
Itelcr to M. kuclmc as to value and con
dition. Apply to
T. S. Kint,
Western I'nion Telegraph office.
Turley Horse Collar
The attention of tho public Is called
to this great Improvement In
IhnRi oi Horses Mi Sin it Trill,
Call at the- -
hzi aii Cflll&r Pstij,
KO. IIS COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of the
great superiority of this new collar over
the old style bard and stiff collar now in
use. It Is a well-known fact that every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
unfit Ia, u.uln. Kv jhffin. oaiiujI Kv
the use of tho old style eollar, and that
oy mis means many none r mane w
balk. This now collar Will obvla'e all
THE TUHXEY HORSE
Is tho best made. Come and see them
ntUBCommerclal avenue.foot of Seventh
I- m I m . ' i
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, lilt.
A-JiLlum J ill.
TRAM HOVM. ' '
Evinivllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetoini, Iran
and all way landinga.
Tli slogan! iliW-Whstl ttwnf , '
Vaxtiu PMjrXIWBTO KltOI
JHAJUKU PSNKUIUTO. Clrk
I Will 1mv Cairo t7 WKDSKbDAYal
o'clock v. as. "
Th Scut if uiitr
Bun Uowxao.. '. - ...Uuu-f
h.(. 'luotiAS Cltrk
laTU Cairo tvtrv 8ATI!KUaT.
Etch bot Uinkwclct codmcUom tt IMiu
With artt-cUus (touurr tut St. hvuit, Huu-
(ihlsuidNew Oili-Aiu, tin! tt KvaaavlUitwltk
tit B. AC. It. U for lUpotiiU Nort aad KmI,
andwIUiIlM JLouUvillo AUil Steajiwt fohtU
point on tli Upper Ohio, gluing tarouffbN
eeluti on treighU aad tuuoert to all Mials
for urther Information aptily to
J.VMKS DIU(S. IWiafor Agitl.
J. at. i'Hijjjps, 'lAfau.
Or to li J. ORAUalKK,
doparlutradeiit mm 0utnU miyhi Atfoat,
W-a-ttM. KttnavliU laditna.
The Hteara ferryboat
Will be run reirulailr. leavlnir Orean-
Bald's lauding at 7:45, tt and l'io'olock k.iu.;
2:30 nnd S::j8 o'clock cm. durlmr aach
On Hundty the will laave the landlar at
8 and lOoolotk a.m. aad it lf.ui., aad at
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
oooMoniiif TraaiM Ml
SUTORD'S RADICAL CURE,
SVCCXStlltM tntefMrtt, ta tMesw Is tM
trMtMBl of Cttarrttl Atettit. tftcr m
mwr UMrtol lUlont, bmib waoabtcS imu-.Mo
cuitllra uoptrtttt Is ttit nimiy m4. iinia
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