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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY 3I0RXIXG, NOVEMBER 19, 1878.
NEW SEMES-NO. 121)
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL RAILKUAD.
ITvpreaa i a.Wlp.m. l:lnp.m.
Mail a 4:"0.in. 9lp..
rVivht' 7:40a.m :UUam.
Krrichtt ::iOp.m. 4::)l)p.ni.
C'AIUO AND VINCKNNKH RAILKOAI).
Mai) 10:U0p.m. 4:4.'im.
ST. LOl'lW, I. M. AM 80LTIIKKS KAILKOAI).
KiprcoK .VOOa.m. t:lp.in.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS KAILKUAD.
Thrcmjrh Enpreaa &:!. pro. lUjaia.ni.
Mnrnbr.horo Accommodation. Hi::) p.m. 1S1
kicept Sunday. tExccpt Monday.
LLIN0IS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. J ,ou is and Chicago
TliK only roail runnlnp two dally nilt from Cairo
A making direct cninei lion with KaMern linen.
TRAINS, hb.lv. uiWMiwp. m.i
Plea, arrlvlna in M. Louia :V p. m. ; Chlra(o -:'
a m rm ; v ' I'liK'lnuiil and LonWvtll.. Mat
Line arri'vlnj! In Cincinnati at S:0: a. m.; Lonlaviiie
V i a. m.; fiulianaimila 4:lf a. m. I'aaaensvr by
l.n train arrive ut above point
13 TO SO HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
.(AD m. Faat Mail, with aloepera atta.-hed. for
.) 4J sT 1,1)1 IH and CHICAGO, arriving in St.
Uul t 6:W p. m-: 'I'l' -at'o ' P eunn't.
1 neat Odin or Effingham for Cincinnati. Louiavlil
FAST TIME EAST.
I A CQVVH'l,by this line po thronrh
I or? Tj v 1 li 5 to ti, Kal without any
ielay rauaed by Sunday Intervening:. The Satur
i av afternoon train Ifrni Cairo arrive In New o.-lc
Monday moruli.ic at 10 ft. Tliiiiy-"ix uoura In ad-inii-
of any other route.
rr Advi-iii;m-uia of romp tir.ii lino. that thev
iimhe better time than lhi one ar taaard either
ilin.unh lunoraii' or a delrc to mialead lua pnblb.
Foi throiih ti k.-t and information ajipiy at Hit
Iioi Crritral liailniad di )il, Cairo.
IKVIN.S AIUUVK AT CAIKO:
Htnn.- 2-nn p m.
J .S. .iDHNSuS. fiou l Soutlwrn A t.
J II. JOXKS. Tlck-I AsvM.
(IRO fe ST. LOUIS R. R.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
rinHtralnabythlaroad MMwtitM. I.ooi.and
1 Ka.l M. Uniia ith all oth :r llti' U to the hAM,
NOlt'l !I AM) SOUTH.
Thrmiih expren leave Cairo .1(1:10 a.m.
Tr.ia;'U eip arrive, at Ka.t St. I,oui -.4Sp.m.
Mnrplnhoro atrnminodation leavea Cairo !i:lip m.
MurphyalHiro a c. arrive, at Miirphyi'boro :'flp.m.
'Itirouu-h prvk leavea Knot St I.oui ... K:4.'i:nvi
I't.runich nirir arrivea at Cairo Vl.'ipm.
Marphv.hom ate. Ieava Varphhoro . . . a in.
MurpUjetKiroatc. arnv.n at Cairo. lj; m.
UVMTM Ill-'I'THK airo and St. Iui
JiL.irj.UIli Huliroad la the only AM.
MAIL KOI TK between Cairo and St. Loui. under
b inaiiaKi'iaenl; then-fore there are no rtnaj. n
way nation. aaltliii conti'-etiomt from oili-r lin-..
ttr ra-a-ucer. eoiiijj North. Northea.t and ecl
boiild not buy their li- ket. nntlJ they have exam-K.-d
our rute. an'1 rontea.
I M JnllNfMN. !'neral Mami."T.
o. r. wihtk. ft
IWt1 ."."-J V;
t HIT T.V THE SH'.'KTET KOITE
01 .UlLIiO KvitiiHvillc.
i7 All! VQ TI1K SIIoltTKST T l.ol'is-4-7
M I liLo VII.I.K. CINCINNATI, l;AL
TIMOliE AND WASlllXiTOS.
OJ M1VC TI1K SIIoltTKST TO INDIAN
.ll Mlliri. AI'o.S.l'UILAl)El.rHIA,NKW
VOKK AN U UUSTO.N
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train, of all other route, making the .aniu
coiineetioliii. t T Pa-'.-n-era by other ruutea to raak Conner
tuna ruuat rele. all iilu'bt. waiilni: from one to all
iMttira ai .niall country atationa for trains of cou
1 V1 1,"M I l.'TTUE FACT and akeotir4:tS
Jili.M I iM llilv ,. irtn. reaching Kvatia.
Ulo Iiulianapolla. Cincinnati and Louisville aame
Aav. Train, leave and arrive at Cairo aa followa:
Mail leave ,J:!-'n'
Hall arrivea ...lOaWp Mi
ThruuRh tickets and check, to all impottuiit
. A MILLER KOSWELL MILLER,
(ien'l Paa.. A sent. (.eneral Sup t.
L. II. CHI Roll. Paaaeneer Ap'tit.
ST. L.. I. M.tfc SOUTHERN.
Jlxpreas leavef Cairo dally
Kiprua arrivea at Cairo daily......
nAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
jzzM. V K. 1 1 UYHOAT iPL
t.KAVKB l.ttAVKS I.FAVB.
foot Fourth at Mlsaoiirl Land's, hcniucky Ld g.
R a. m.
10 a. m.
'.' p. in,
4 u. ni
S::in a. ni.
li):'Ul a. in,
i-:M p. m.
M n. m,
1 1- s. m.
DYKING AND HKN0VATIX0.
YUIt OLD CLOTHES
CAN UK HltACTiroU.T
DYED OR REPAIRED
At a Trillins Eipriife-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
fV I.adlei and Uenta' old hat made now.
D. I. O.
fa an ah.olute md Irreslatable tun for
anuria. Intemperance unit the " of Opium, To
Iarrouc.a arm minimuma, reniuvinc an
lu.if. dealre and halill or u.Iiik any or them.
rcndi'rinii the taxte or di'.irv fur thrm purlrctly
odlotia nd illanuatitiK. lvlugnryoijc ui-rfrrt
and Irrlcalatalilr routrol of tliuaoorluty of them
aelvca and ttaulr frl'hiii
II pri'venta tlial aii.olntc phvii linl and moral
pro-trniliiu that follow the audilvn linai:i oli
from ualng .llinulaui. or nurcolica.
I'aikaKf, prrpaid. to ruro 1 to 5 perann., l
oral ynr Druicinta. $1 .1.1. Truipi-raiu'i' anil
charitable aocliMloa ahoiild u.e It.
11 la harmlraa and ni'Vi-r falllne.
HOP BITTKIISSFU. CO.. Hole Agpnln,
KOCHESTr'.K, N. V.
The Hop Coiili Cure
Dcatroya all pain, loo.cna th couch, otilcla the
ui'rvoa and pnKlitcca ri.t. It never lail. in per
lorialnijl perfect cur where there l a Miailou
Try it operand yoo will dud It o.
FOK SALE IJY ALL DHL'GGISTS.
OlidCUllS AND C01I MISSION' MKItCHAXTK.
Wholes a jj-j Grocers
.17 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMKRK'AX IfiWDERCOMI-Y
VV. Stb tTTnK, Cairo.
T. I!:ki. .Miaaonrt.
r.i.NiN. oii.x, w.m.i. i-Ai Kif, frrc.
W'AM. PA I' Kit.
Window Glass, Window .Shinies, Etc.
ASwaya on hand the cell hrated hxivinatimi
Bwa' hnildintr, ('( in-
uiercitil Ale.. I
Sijn.jf the Pufl'aio He.id
N'i0- Cairo, 111.
KGEHI.EIi I'.KOS., Proprietors.
.loi-: Ain:i.r.. Acut.
A full and romnlele anit:y of the be.t of all
kind, meat alviiiv. on baud. Order, filled at any
hour, day or nilit.
PKOPKIETOU OF SPHOATS PARENT
J tEFUKiERATOR CARS,
j Wholesale l.)t?rler in Ico.
ICE RY THE CAR LOAD OHT0N. WELL
PACKED FOK SHIPPING.
Car Tenuis a Spccialtj'.
Cor. Twelfth Street aiwl Levee,
VAT1IF,8. JEWELRY. ETC,
Edward A. Buder
(Siiccewor to E. A W. Btulcr),
And Dealers In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eijrhth St. and Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Uetween Commercial and
FINE WATC1IW0RK A SPECIALTY.
t fKngravlin and all klnrta of repairing neatly
ir AH kluda of Solid Jewelry made to order.
Mayor- Henry Wlntr.
'1'rein.iirer- II. V. I'arkcr.
Clerk-. 1. 1J. I'hlllla.
Couniii'lor- Wm. II. Gilbert.
MarBhal-C. I). Arter.
Attorney W. . Metioe.
l'olke .Miil.triiie -J. J. Bird.
uoaiui or AUIKIIXFN.
Flrat Ward (ieo. Vocwn, Wm. o'Callahan. 1
iSei ond Ward -Wood ltltuinhouw, N.B. Thinlo-
Tlilrd Ward-W. P. Wrluht. John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charlia O. I'alli r. I). J. Foley.
Fifth Ward T. W. Halllday. Chaa. Laucaater.
Circuit .1ml "a 0. J. Baker.
Clii'iilt Clcrk-J. A. Heaven.
County Juilijo- It. H. Ymnm.
County Clerk H. J. Miimm.
t oniity Attorney W. C. Mulkey.
Couniv Treanrer A. J. Alden.
Sherlrf I'eti r Haiip.
Coroner H. Fiuiicra.r..
County Coinnilaaioimra T. W. Ilalililay, M. V
llroMii. (ifo. W. Kaminona.
VFRICAN M. E.-Forlecnth atrcet. between
Walnut and Cellar atrwtai .ervlee. Snhha.h 11
a. m. and 'i M p. in.; Sunday School 1:30 p. m.
CillKISTTAN-Eighteenth .trect; meeting Pab-
built ill: JO p. m.; preaj liluuon a.lonaliy.
'III IKTI K TIIK ltKI)i:EMEIt-Epi-opal)
Koiirteeiilh at reel; Morning praye.ru (Halihulh)
Pi::) a. in.; vveninK lira) era. 7 :: p.m.; Sabbath
.i liool !i a. in. Kv. St. J. IilUon Itwtor.
MHrVT MWR15ARY HAITIST 'I1CHC1I
J l"r aclilntiat ln-.Kia. m.. :) p. m.. ami 7::i p. m.
Siibliatli kuhhiI at T::i p. m. Kev. T. J. shorea,
rl TUKItAN-Thlrleen'h afreet; aervlrea Snh
J tmihlla. in. and 7:9i p. in.; Sunday eihool II u.
in. Itev. Diii-rai-hiu'r. narH-r.
METIIOIUHT-Cor. Eifbth and Walnut atre-'.;
I'reai hln Salilmth 10:0 a. m. and V p. ni.:
prarer nieellnjr. w edneadav 7:nD p. m.: uii(iuy
Si h'cMil. a p. in. Itev. A. 1'. Morriaon. paator.
1HKSHVTF.niAS-Kluhth afieet; preaching on
Hiibbalh at 11:00 a. in. and 7:.S0p. m.; prayer
inetlii2 WedneadHT at 7::Kp. m.; Sunday school
at S p. ni. Uev. 11. V. CeorKe. paator.
tMJfONI) FHEEWII.L HAITIST Fifteenh
O atreet. between Walnut and Cedar atreeta; Fervid-.
Sabbath at 4 anil 7 ::VI p. in.
ST. J()SKI'U'S-!i(imnn Catliol.i l Corner f'roa.
and Walnut atreeta; aenk-ea Sabbath 10::a.
in.; Sunday School at -i p. ra.; Veapitt i p. m.; aer
vli every day at B p. ni.
CT. PATIiK K'S-iHoinau Catholic) Comer Ninth
O alreet and Waahincum aw-uno; aervliea Sab
l.nih Sand 10 a. m.: Seajiera 3 p. m.-, ftnnday schmd
tl p.m.; turt Ice. every day at H p. m. Itev. F. Zaire),
EN Kit A I. DEMVEKY oiien .:U a.m.; eioaea
VI C::ipm.; Sunday: H to tt a. m.
.Mouey tinier Department open at Bft. m.; cloaea
I p. in.
inr.iu-.'h Expreaa Mail, via Illlnola C'riuriil and
Vi-.i.i.,j i i iitnil Kailroml. cloae k! Vi.'i p. in.
1 airo and Poplar ltlun Turoujih and Way Mail
cloa.-a ai I ::ai p. m.
Wav Mail ia Illlnola Central, Cairo end Mn
eei.tiea aa.l Mtaa.aaippi Central Itailroad cloa.j at
-A'i i, rn
W y Mail for Narrow Gauge Itallroad cloae. at e
l.ironnd Kvanavllla Hiver Routo cloaea at fr.ffi
p. in. daily .escept Friday).
NSl'RANC E AGENCY OF
AVells it Kertji,
Rovul ('anadian ( Capital. (J).(Xii.OU(i bold.
IFlra and Marine (Mlllrllle, N. J.)
i (Of New York Cit).
I'iii'hi 1 (Of Philadelphia: eatahllahcd in 1WM.)
I HHMI I Aaa.-IK, a.-tailttj.ou.
f lit 111(111 , Aa.et $10.4'J4 ..
(Of Frecport, III.).
1 Aaaeta SIM.S77.33.
RISKS W KITTEN AT FAIR RATB8.
Otlif1 in Alexotnlor County Hank.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Hitfliest Cash price Paid for Wheat.
1 1 INKLE, THISTLE WOOD
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants,
Noa. IS!) and IUT Cntnmtir- I r!iun Trro
clal Avemie vAIKO, 1IJ.8.
LI n K It A I, Advancement, made on Conalgnment
uf Tobacco, Klottr and tlralu,
I .7 N F
M ' - a. , .
a T J n r
1 i I - R ? r2
I ' ft C i 3
MARKETS IJY TELEGRAPH
Livekpooi, November 18. 2:00 r. m.
Wheat Dull Winter, 8s U&Hn 10d ;
Rpritifr, 7 O.I9tt .Id; California verafe,
ts CkIcRDh 10d; California club, 9s 0(1(3
10s 2ij. Corn new 2Js Gd&S.ls 9d.
, nkw York crain.
Nlw Vohk, Novcmbor 18, 12:00 v. w.
Wheat Quiet Firm No. e, CHiieaffo,
0493; No. 2 Milwaukee, 07(5,98; Ited
Winter, 08fel 08; Amber, 98 1 0!I;
No. 2, Red Winter, $1 0G(&$1 OOJUf. Corn
Quiet steamer, 4G; No. 3, A'iV,.
No. 2, 40J4'. Cro!d, 100.
ni( 4.00 r.rtAiN and rRonccF..
Clin AOO,Vovenilx rlH, 10:00 a.m. Corn
December, "31; January. 81; May,
34a bid. Pork nominal; January, $S 13.
Whrat Dee. mber, 81 Ji Janunry, 2'i,''.
('iiH-.vr.o, November 18. 12 M. Corn-
December an'l January, 31, bid; May,
S4Yi- Pork-January, lfl. Wheat -1)
cembcr, 82'a bid; January, 82J2'.
CiricAOo, November 18, 2::!0 p. m. Corn
Deeeinber, 31Ji:)l; January, 3 1 7b
.May, Wi&li 'A .Pork -December, 0 80
81; January, f3 13. Wheat Decern
ber, 82?,825'; Jamnry, 83.
ATTEM1T TO ASSASSINATE
KING OF ITALY.
THE MHTHEUN H'Ol'UIE LOSING ITS filtiP
THE PRESIDENT HE MEANS MISCIIIKP-
TUB I1I.ATTENT KEAilNEV LEAVER BOSTON
THE PHO-KOI.YOAMOlS MOVEMENT IN
UTAH THE BLATHERSKITE OK CAI.IKOI1IA
RosroN. Novemlxrr 17, Dennis Kearney
addressed about 2.000 people at South Eos
ton this afternisin, and, as a disturbance
was anticipated, sufficient police force was
there to quell anv outbreak. Duriny: his
speech, which is upied tin hour, the larjfe
crowd was quiet, only a few interruption:
being made, they evidently awaiting for hi
opinions on Mayoralty questions. He said
the man who reported he was engaged in
the interests of the Republican party
would not hesitate to villify the pure am
good. Hn did not work for the Demo
cratic or Republican party, but his party
was the Workingmen's. The matter of the
Butler check was a lie. He gave a brief
review of his stav ia Massachusetts, and
closed by saying that although he migl
be considered ignorant by blatant blather
skites and political scoundrels, if he did
say it, no man in all California was so love
and respected by nine-tenths of the people
aa Dennis Kearney.
THE PRESIDENT AND TnE SOUTH.
New Yop.k, November 16. A corrcs
tiondcnt telegraphing from Washington
says that President Hayes, when ap
pealed to for an authorized annouuee
inent regarding his position towards
the South, and his intentions with
reference to the violutiou of law at the re
cent election, went to his desk and, taking
a pamphlet copy of his last message to
Congress, turned to the fourth page
and said: -My position lias not changed
tnward the South. It is the same
now as when I wroto my letter of accep
tance, my inaugural address, and my nies
sago to Congress a year ago. In my message
I said, and the President read as follows:
'It should be our fixed and unalterable de
termination to protect by all available and
propermeans under the Constitution and laws
the lately emancipated race. in the enjoy
ment of their rights and privileges. What
ever authority rests with mo to this end I
shall not hesitate to perform."
The President read the last sentence with
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE TUB KINO.
Naples, December 17. As King Hum
bert was entering the city In state to day, a
poorly clad man attempted to assassinate
him with a poniard. Signor Cairoli, Chief
Minister, who was in tho carriago with the
King, laid hands on tho man, who wounded
him in the thigh, when the King drew
his sword and struck tho assas
sin, who was immediately se
cured. Tho King received a slight scratch.
Popular indignation is intense, and demon
strations of loyalty are unbounded. The
assassin is 21) years old and by occupation
a cook. He says ho Ixdongs to no society,
hut being poor, nourished hatred toward
tho King. The Queen who was in tho car
riage, was very much excited, hut exhibited
great firmness and pluck. This attempt to
assassinate tho King has created frightful
excitement throughout Italy, and tho King
is in receipt of numerous dispatches of con
gratulation at Ids marvelous escape
JOY AT THE KINO'8 ESCAPE.
, Rome, November 17. Fifty thousand per
sons with flags and bands of music are as
aemblood In tho Corso in Romo to-night to
manifest their joy nt tho escape of tho King.
Another dcmoiistrittion liasliecn made be-
fore the Ilouittf of the Snydic. Thccrowtut la
every where demand prompt justice. The
Austrian Embassy ia illuminated and the
crowd cheered the embaMador.
NE W ORLEANS.
New Oklkanh, November 13. Two yd-
low fever deaths renorted in the last twen-
four hours; total deth-, 4,003. No new
eases reported but a larye number of old
ises. some t.hvsiciaiH renortin
three to four hundred cases treated during any alarm li.-in le'.t a- to the tmanci.il il?
the enidemie. In an interview with Dr. tiny of Eii-'.an.T. s that country has rr-soiir-
' o ' I
Choppin, president of the Roard of Health,
his expressed the opinion that yellow fever
had always been imported here, und advo-
atrs a strict and ridd uuarantine, find cites
Galveston us proof. He will contend this
opinion before the American Public Health
Association at Richmond.
Greenville, Miss., November Id.-Four
deaths from yellow fever yesterday, all of
them refugees, from near here.
Delta, NovemlKT Kb Samtn 1 C"lm,
merchant, died hero to-day. from yellow
Salt Lake, Nov. lft. The M-rmon wo
men hold a meeting at the theatre to-day
ami passed resolutions avowing belief in
the patriarchial order of marriage as reveal-
cd to God, the people in past ages, which, I
if lived up to, in conducive of long life, ideal of perfection he insists uin the r.e
strength unci glory. They indorse it the one cessity of increasing the indirect taxes and
of the most important principles of our holy establishing the tobacco monopoly every -
religion, and claim right of its practice.
THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION CONVERT-
ed into a oreat iiAZAAU--Poi.iTK.sTiir.
CONVENTION OK THE SENATE ABOLITION
OK CAPITAL PUNISHMENT THE FINANCIAL
CONDITION OK EUROPE, ETC.
Paris, November 1C, 1878.
To-morrow begins the period often days
during which the exhibition will be pro
longed, the exhibitors having the right to
s :11 the goods shown. Merchandise wul
not be allowed to be removed after eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, but even this
regulation does not prevent the npeet of
vacancy which the Universal Bazaar as
. , .i ... ... I
s'.:in,'s. r or example, mis in iriiuig wneii
the gates were thrown open, it was soon
perceived that.the French crown diamonds
had been taken away as well as other ob-
icctsnf vidue. The rules for the removal
of goods are very strict and thoroughly ef
fectual, so far as securing order is con
cerned. No object bought can be taken
from the building by any of the prima-
nal fates tho?e of Rapp, Dcs-
aix, Delessert, Jena, and 'Pussy,
When nnvthin(f is conveved out of the tml-
ace a receipt of sale or paper bearing the
stamp of the firm must bo produced. Those
who still intend to visit the exhibition will
be glad to hear that arrangements have
been made for preserving all the valuable
objects of the Retrospective museum of the
Froc.idets until the night of Nov. 10.
This afternoon the Senate met at Ver-
sailles. The principal business was the
election of a secretary in place of M. Van-
.i;..r 11,..-..;is... . lnit us there were lew mem-
i,,.rs jn tiR.ir places it was resolved to post-
. , ... v - ,
pone the nominations till Monday. is caused by the fact that, alter professirg
Great progress was made to-day by the better things, he has been compelled In
judicial commission in preparing the bill submit at last to them,
which it is proposed to submit to parliament A Washington correspondent of :hc N w
for the abolition of public executions. It York Times says, private dispatches rociv
was arranged that a meeting should tike cd here from Wisconsin show Carpent-r's
place on Monday next, in order to fix the chances of election to the S nate to b.) im
deiiuite terms of the measure, which scema proving. The contest is between liiin and
to increase in public favor every day. the present Senator, Timothy (). Howe. A
A manifesto is about to be issued by the statu of the present and prospective iiupoit
committee of the different factions of the once of Wisconsin, ought not to elect a m;i:i
right, addressed to conservatives. The doc- of Howe's caliber to the Senate for six
umeiit dwells with peculiar emphasis on the years, while it is possible to secure the sxi
point that Republican institutions are not vices of a man of ability like Carpenter,
threatened or attacked by Conservatives, In recent letters, I gave in general tern.
who havo no other end in view than the do the statement that the annual expenses of
fenso of great social principles. government could be reduced fO,0O0,00O
The European financial crisis forms tho without interference with the operations
subject of an interesting article by M. Paul of any Department. Many radical pa
Leroy Reaulieu in tho Journal des Debats iters, deceived by tlgures prepared ot the
of this morning. After the two years of Treasury Department, and circulated by
prosperity which followed tho fatal war of the Republican Congressional committer,
1870 the economical equilibrium of Europe, has endeavored to show that the govern -he
says, was disturbed. A financial crisis men! is now conducted as economically us
broke out in Vienna in 187U, and then ol- possible. At an early day I will show thcin
most simultaneously at Berlin and on all just where and how it can bo done. In
the other German markets. In 1875, the the mean time it may be Haiti that, junt be
insurrection in Bosnia and Herzegovina fore the November election ail tho members
gave a start to those Eastern complications of tho Cabinet except ono had proposed
tho history and progress of which are known estimates for the coming y;nr which were
too well. Now to material and real evils much less than any of tljoso of previous
must bo added au evil of another nature year. It will not bo clarmcd my Radical
a feeling of general alarm and a menace of critics, probubly, that t!uu officials asked
fresh complications. Never, says M. Beau- for amounts insnfiicien.t to carry on the
lieu, since 1815 has there been seen such a businoss of tho Departments,
fatal conglomeration of circumstances and Tho President liavi rig sent an encour-
causes of depression to business. Ono of
the effects of this situation is the financial
embarrassment of tho greater part of the
European nations. Almost all of them find
themselves insufficiently provided for by
the credits granted by their Parliaments
and by tho resources ' of their existing
taxes. There are two exceptions, one real,
and the other, in tho opiniou of Mr. Beau
lieu, imaginary. Franco is one, and Italy the
other. Ah for France, although slit, 'of
course, feels tho effoct of the universal dis
tress, yet her financial situation is perfectly
aiti. - fac.tory. Italy, think Mr, lVauMcu, i
facetious fxcciition tn thu general rule.
He characterizes as imprudent rVyiior Cairo.
li's fine pnmiiHes about the Rudyet yielding
a surplus of Mxty million-', and the streu''ih-
oiim.f r,t ,,ri,,t' ITfLi,.r.. l,t t,,ui. 1...
' ' '"""'''".'' .
"H the other countnes of Euroiic, at le.i-t
the lai''e ones, are lt:lli)i."!-ed. Kvm Swit-
zerland is in dillleultiey. ami Enltmd h cr
"elf is be-itmin:,' to f.-el her RudKet a little
m":.u' - r. .M. l!-,iu!n i! scouts th" idea ot
. . . . . . .
ces so iiilinite that she could face
greatest and the longest wars without
any npptvhons'um of Miceumbin.o; beixnth
the Imrden ot their cost. .M. le-au-
lieu dwells upon the. relative immunity
lrom taxes v,nc!i her thirty-three milbd-,
ol inliabitants enjoy. It would be thecii'O-.-t
t'lini; in the world to augment the annual
English lludet of receipts by forty miHimi
ot pounds. The means su.",'e.-ted by
eminent economist tire an increased income. "
tax, a T-vWul of the yttjear tvx.' ;'v!.-.- of To
duty on tea. and the cstiblisliiiu iit of n '.s-
tration fees as tliey ( xi-t in France. With
such lv-mrec at '.heir comm md, tlie fin:::;-.
ees of EnvLmd are priiclieally in 'Xliau.-tib!"
and u;i!:iii;' 'd. M. 15 milieu d.e-.s ma f- !
any tiii.1'.' iil.irm i. t.i t'e' nuaiic- of ( r-
maiiy and Switzerland than he does n to
those of England. Evidently taking I'.ie
French system of taxation as almost the
where. Uy these means, he maintains, bot't
German v and .Switzerland would have i
,.:.,. -., . u
PIUIPIKI nuirji4D " an.-- ia,
ix:auiietl proceeds to si ne ills Ojiiuions aa
the way the Empire will meet the m'm:-
mum annual increase in her expenditure5 .f
seventy millions or roubles occasioned by
the late war. He even increases the seventy
millions of roubles to 40i) millions of francs
in view of future complications. T; ic-i t
this he suggests the tobacco monopoly, tin
income tax, a few taxes on railway tiaftic,
and a few registration fees. M. tie U.-att.
lieu docs not dispair even ol the linances ot
Austria and Hungary. Courage ami pm-
d"iiee, will soon, ho thinks, re-es
tablish the situation. Nevertheless, tl.c
actual li.iancial system of all Europe, wit i .
the exception of France, does not present a
I r..,.;i;,ii. ,,n.,...w.t t,.r itinmn nn.l tnil.
uinij . -. uW.miw m...
FKOM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
the presidents Titrcn-Escv carpen
TER S CHANCES FEDERAL EXPENDITURES
REPUBLICAN KKJIIT AGAINST RETRENCH -SI
EST THE PACIFIC RAILROAD MONOPO
Wasiiinoton, November 17, 18TS.
Congrurwman Stuger of Pennsylvania,
perhaps right in saying tliat the recent
chamre in the Southern policy of Mr.
Hayes is not important that it makes !it-
tic difference to the Democracy which wing
of the Republican party controls him. but.
it is early to imagine a man in the Presi-
dentin! chair whose course on the moment-
uous question of the right of Southern
people to self -government would be a su'i-
ject of the greatest interest. That Mr.
Hayes is not siu'h a man has long been f.-it
by friends and enemies in his own party.
The nn v L'rati ication telt Dv tlio stalwarts
at the recent change of front !y Mr. Hayi s
aging word to tho Chicago commercial con-
volition, received in return tho thanks of
the business men there assembled and it
copy of their resolutions. They discussed
at length tho question how to improve ami
developo our transcontinental commerce,
and thoso who wcro present say that th
feeling was very cArnest In favor of new
lines of railway to break the present mono
poly. Tho resolutions favor tho Texas Pa
cific and tho Northern Pacific lines, ami it
Is salt! the President fs in harmony with
tliein in this action.