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OFFICE: No. 13 Tonth Stroet, Thornton Buildinpj.
THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
- JJ)EA TH 6f CHARLES 6. FAXON.
Mr. Charles O. Fuxon, of Clarksvlllo, i
Tonnemee, tiled ut tlio reaidenco of his j
mother, near that city, on Friday morn- 1
luir, 28th ult- Am a JonrnalUt, Mr. Fax- i
on had few Hunerlora on the Western '
press. He was principal editor of the !
Louisville 'Courier,' from the re-etnb-liHhtnent
of that paper, after tho war, to
the time It was mermen wim tno 'Jour
nal." He leaves a family and many
friend to mouru his death. 'Pnducali
" Mr. 0. O.. Faxon was tlie brother of
Len. O. Faxon, who, during the period
intervening the years 18.14 and 18o9, was
coniieetcd with tlio press of this city. Ho
waH a fluent writer, and in every respect
a first clajs newspaper man.
i t i .
LOGAN'S Alt 31 y hill.
It is alleged that Gen. Logan's army
bill, now before the CouKrettsloQitl Housu
of Kepresentatlves, If pasted, will dis
pose of about four hundred nfllccre not
needed la our psace -establishment, und
there Is considerable opposition to It
among army officers on this account. It
Is claimed that this featute is unjust, as
the understanding has always been that
army positions are for lift or good be
havior. The adoption of the bill, will
bo.a. virtual revolution oftlle. policy of
tut). Government on this subject. It
would remit in n saving to the Govern
meut annually, of about il,000,Wu.
c . Rather a candid .confusion t upon the
part of tlio 'Journal, ' that a stop In the
direction of economy, the lopping ofT of
useless and expensive government ap
pendagesIs a "virtual revolution of the
policy of the administration." IWe
agree with the 'Journal' entirely hi this.
ENCOUHAOMENV TO MANUFAO
The I'aducah papers Imploro the au
thorities of their town to Imitate Cairo In
the matter of giving ground to parties
who may erect manufacturing establish
Tho 'Kcutuckiau' discussing tliu mat
Wo know of one Instance where a
man wanted to start a stove foundry
here, but was driven away by tho high
price of property. He perhaps went to
Cairo, where ho could get It for nothing.
Our plan Is this: Let every man who
owns unimproved property give the
Mayor a list of that part of which he Is
willing to donate for the purpose. Let
there be acommlttee, consisting of the
Mayor and an equal number of council
men and citizens, keep a list of all tho
property ottered nnd correspond with
parties desiring to locate here. Our public-spirited
Mayor has consented to
bring the matter beforo the City Coun
cil, and suggest to its members the no
ccaaity of taking somo action In the.
premises. They will of couou meet the
matter In the same spirit, and some feas
ible plan be fixed upon.
The 'KootucklauV sugestlnu is a good
one, and a liberal respouse on part of the
citizens will nava the ctfect of greatly
enlarging the city's manufacturing In
terests. The oiler made by the City Property
Trustees and city authorities of Cairo to
donate land or town lots to parties who
embark In mat.ufacturlug business here,
Is not yet very widely known; but wo
have every as urauce that tho wisdom
of the policy w ill soon manifest Itself in
the uprise of such manufactories as the
advantages and want of the country
may authorize. .
TOADYING PEINCK AliTJIUE.
Tho New York .HemldV yery com
placently says that the Prince "has be
haved well, very well," during his ylilt
of a week to that city. After thus pa
tronizingly slapping IL Jt. IL on the
back, and tolling him what n good lxy
ho has beon, It assumes actually to ox
press the opinion of that youug gentle
man of New York society, which the
Herald' coolly compares to tho best of
'London society. The way In which, tho
world is told thut tho New Yorkers care'
nothing "fbrTrlnces as Princes," af(er'
tho amount' of ostentatious toadyism und
being run after 11. IL Hi has patiently
endured daring the pasfweek, is do
llciously brazen. Tho 'Herald' actually
pretends that It was on account of tho
young gentleman's' being such a ulco
person that ho was received so hand
somely, and not at all because ho was
a Prince. Hah! Bitch bunenmbo and
twaddlo deceive no one. If tho true
opinion of tho Prlnco could bo learned
after his exporiuco in Washington the
abject tagging for Hoke Is to the bull
given him, and tho wuy In which ho
has been rushed nftor In New York; It
couhhbe summed up thus: "Some of
these people are rather nice, but the ma
jority of them aro a cheeky, beastly lot
of snobs and upstarts, Elphluatono."
And he would not bo mistaken.
The American people are especially
proue to make asses of thejuselvesj
every time they have a chance tn fawn
The presence of u "live Prlnco,"
among them furnished a rare occasion
for an exhibition of tho oVm vulgaris
oi meir iiuiiuu, uuu mey aotively em
If the Prlnco escape the conviction
that America contains a large number of1
passes, thon he, himself, Is an ass, "That's
, what') the matter."
TlieIllinois and Michigiiii-
Its Com, Debt and
From tho published proceedings .of tho
Constitutional Convention, Moudax "tn,
we take tho following;
Tho President presented a communi
cation from tho State Auditor, In compli
ance with d resolution, containing infor
mation in reference to the Illinois anil
Michigan Canal. a
It shows that 321,322,37.100 acres of
land wero donated to the Htate for Canal
purpose.", by the Oenerat Government,
and that $2,013,782 08 was derived from
tho sales of such lands, leayluff'I.W.lOO
acres on hand Dec. 1, 1660. , .
Tho total cost of the canal, Including
feeders and hydraullclworka iB?0.657,63l-
The total bonded Canal idobt'jofl.j'De
cember 1, 18C9, was Sl,O0ff,42 21. i "
Tlie total receipt frorn'thfcCanal from
1843 to Dec. 1S09, was 54,424,837 11, and
the total expenditures for managing It
during the same time, was $1,049,340 02.
In tho .year 1S09, 817,738,04 100 tons of
freight were conveyed on the Canal
Hard on Arkansas!
A Crowd orilrowiilott'i ".IIvoIIhIi"
en route (lilllicr.
The editor of the Eearcy (Ark.) Record
discoursed! thus of n lot of fellow traveh
ers: - , - .
.1 stated that tho boat was much crowd
ed: we had on board about 100 low-Hung
specimens of humanity, East Tennessee
Radicals, I was Informed, of the lowest
type. They wero known on tho boat as
llrownlow s mellsh. They wero emigra
ting to Arkansas. Alas! for Arkansas.
Oh! that thev could find "a lodire In
gome vast wilderness," where they coujd
remain unheard of anu uuKtioft'n. lan
guage fulls me In the attempt to describe
tlilH motley crow, i can oniy imtzx mem
to Sir John FalstafPs celebrated com
pany. Among them woh a poor old wo
man who had become idiotic, probably,
from the inhuman conduct of her child
ren. Tue manner in which sne was
treated by one nf her sons wus brutal ju
tho extreme. The poor old creature was
naturally restless, and whenever lfertou
would una ner wnnuenoir uuuui
ho would seize her by the shoulder,
shake her roughly, grin at, her with all.
tlio ferocity or a norma, anu rougiuy
force her down on the lloor,-ordering her
to sit there. In one Instance, I wai toll!,
he actually bit her! Justice Is proverbi
ally blind and of times slow-fcoted, but
In this ewe, tho old rrtddess'proved that
she could both ace and move briskly.
Tlio motly crowd was lauded at night.
Some of the passengers kept a watch on
this demon 'and followed him ashore.
One of'tlithr tapped him on tn shoulder
aud asked him If bo would like some
thing good to drink-? Oh!yes,.he loved
whisky, and bit eagerly at the bait. Af
ter conducting him a safe- distance, ono
of tUu ministers of Justlco presc ted a
pi.tol and told him ir he spoke al jvo a
wuibperno wouiu mow ins urams um.
Tlio others then proceeded "secundum
artcra" aud administered to the villain
Just such a ilageliation as lie deserved.
To uso a slang expression, inoy "ever
lastingly salivated" him. Ou the,' ring
ing oi ine,ouu moy quicKi . run uuuiu,
leaving the bruto usa"dder If not a better
Outlet of the Misstssippi.
PropotitieH to Keep K Open.
Tho Washington correspondent of tho
New York 'Herald,' 'In lils special dis
patch of 30th ult.,, hns the following:
Col. Louis Wollley, of New Orleans,
was before the commlttoa on commerce
of the Houso recently, and after giving
some Information regarding tho mouth
ofthe Mississippi river, submitted a prop
osition for keeping U open,,. Tho matter
was referred to a hub-commlttee,.cQusiit-Ing
of Representatives Sneldou and Saw
yer. The iuformutlou and proposition
are: Tho meeting or suit water lines
und fresh water currents causes rapid
deposits, which the counter currents re-
tain stationary. iuu uuuuu ui kiwio w
low tho river's bod aro constantly forcing
tough clay upward. Mr. Wollley offers
tho following proposition, wuh buvuniy
for Its faithful performance:
Foropenlng Pass.a-l'Outro, 250,000,
keeping It open. 5100,000 if year; opening
tho Houtliwes Pass, $J50,0o0, keeping it
open, $125,01)0 a year; opening,
both nassus, 55jO,OO0, keeping them open
$175,000 a year; with chauuels.150 reet
Wiue uy iweiuj luot uniujifni tumiuyiiL-
Ine the work within four mouths, and
finishing it within a year after tho con
tniPt navmuut to be niRilo nf ter the work
is done, to tho Hittsfuctlon of. inspectors .
appoiuted by tlio uovernmeiiu
Tho "War Departrneut estimate Is S"6,
000 for this year, ami, for both pass
es a preliminary, sum of $S00O00 (or
boats and machinery, npd . -5200,000 year
ly thereafter. Tho Now Orleans Oham
her pf Commerce has endorsed anil call
ed uppn thQ'chamtiers 'of comtneroe of
Western cities generally to endorse
Wolfley's ropbslfloh Und tho maohlues
to bo used. Ulr. Wollley urged upon the
commtttee that the cbntraot and ne'ees
sary appropriation should botmude,
whether nlaj)rr,yas accepted or not.'ns
a few: mQnihs.pf hmytfon rendt-H aUi"9t
labor useless owing to the obstructing
clauses above mentioned. CnU Wollley
aii interesuln tho'lireat vslley tho
Misiiinnl should. urce unou Couuresfl
the necessity of permanent VvuiVspeetly
'.ii..r...tit ..nnutatniit tclth opnnnm v."- w
A Roland for his Oliver.
lioir a Itndical Member ";ot IiIh
Mr. Allen, of Alexander. I
like to ask the gentleman what
Mr. Haines, of Lako. Lake, Cook,
Sangamon and Alexander, with oth(r.
Laughter. Ono of tho gcntlemj N
constituents was hero to see me, tho oti r
day, and Isuppo.se I represent a portion
of tho county of Alexander, at least.
Mr. Alien, of Crawford. 1 would like
to ask tlio gentleman If It Is ono of tho
Johnson party from tho southern end of
tho state that tho gentleman refers to?
I voted for Mr. Johnson for President.
Thero woroBovou men in our part of tho
countv that did tho same thlnir. 1 will
iiuiuiro of tho gentlomau if he was of
that party that went Into Charleston aud
voted for Jell. Davis for President. I
understand tho Democratic party wero
all assembled thero, ou a certain day; for
the purpose of 'voting for Jeir. Davis for
President. I auk II the gentlcmun was
of that party? Laughter.
Mr. Alleu, of Cfawfdrd. Not at nil
sir. Tho most zealous anil active friend
of Jell'crson Davis In that convention was
Benjamin F. Butler, one of tho brightest
lights of radicalism tho head and front
of tho gentleman's party In oougress,
and a leader whom tho gentleman uu
hesitatingly follows. Tho only delegate
who voted first, last and all the time for
Jeff. Davis now stands In tho front ranks
of the radical party, find In full political
fellowship wftti the gentlumuu from
Lake. Was It for his devotion to DaVIs
then, that the gentleman now honors
Getting lUof alIusfoaii(iY
A Wife IIuhk :t Diuuur Table
iiisteiitl of Iter IIuhImukI
jTr-m Ihe lUtrnporl i ! Dtnixrat.
Hans Is good at "pitch," but not a suc
cess us a provider. Ho won't make any
money for hiuibelf, and spends what
Uretcheti maKes. blie mtervieweu u
UlUKta'kt ilU IlkUkillSVU UlCUUIW) nuiciHii
unit, put Hanson hi gdard, aud uuve
(J retch en starch instead of pol-suu. Hans
threw up his hand, and went home.
It was somewhat late, und he could risk
it for nu hour two by the side of the
would-be munlcreAH. "1 lie next day ev- I
erythiug moved on just the same. Huns ,
didn't cut a 'very henrty breakfast,, and
went up town to buy his provender. At .
dinner time, he cuinu home hungry, and
pitched into tlio victuals with uusncaku
tile avidity. His Jaws soon tightened on j
the treacherous starch, Ho gave u,ycll,
nnd doubled himself up llko u wounded .
boacotibtrlctor. Ho fell on tho lloor and ,
Uml spasms. In short, he took tho scol-1
lops high. His wife sat by, enjoying ;
the 'spectacle and tenderly inquiring,
"wat tier matter mlt Hans?" Wlicn he i
had become insensible she went
up stairs, three at a tlmo and
let down a good-sized rope, through i
an auttur hole. Into tho room where i
Hans lav. Then sho como down and
fastened the rone around his neck, prop
pod him up In a sitting position, nnd
ugain went up stnirs. But Hans had an
InKling of her fell Intent, and, coming to
himself, with remarkable presence- of
mlud he quickly undid' tho noose from
his neck and slipped It around tho leg of
tko dinner table; then he calmly sat down
In a chair and awaited developments.
The way that tablo lit across the lloor
the next minute was a caution. It was
yanked all out of shape, nnd every dish
on It smashed iuto n a thousand pieces,
and thon the piece of turnlturo drawn
tight up against tho ceiling, b'oon after
was hoard tho volco of his beloved wife
from the upperchambcr window, calling
out in accents of grief that her dear lord
had committed suicide, aud the neigh
bors commenced to run toward the house.
Coming down stairs sho met tho Irate
Huns, who advauced threateningly,
braudlshingn formldablo switch, with
which ho proceeded toholabor her most
unmercifully. Gretcheu could not see
"hdiv It come to was" that lluns could
swallow poisou.with Impunity, nnd given
it up as auaujou. nans eujoys ins
customary ovenlug game, and has
opinion of a man who cuu't govern
' . Thu Vote Upon It.
a ." o-p-
" . IFMiulheSi l,uuliliepiililien.j
'l'fie houso at Wushlngton camo to a
squaro voto on the question of protection,
on Monday, ou the resolutions oilered by
Hou. S. H. Munhul), of Illinois, and the
result confirms what wo asserted ut tho
beginning of tho session that no reform
of the present tarltl' is to be looked for
from the present Cougress. Mr. Marsh
all's resolutions asserted substantially
that tho Federal government has no cm a
stltutlonal power to levy and collect tax
es for any other purpose than those of
revenue; that a tarltl levied for the pur
pose of fosterlnganu enricning one sec-1
tioji or one class a) tfiu expense of other
BoMnna liitd 'classes is unjust to the neo-
plo.Mnjurlniistb luhlvlduul, interests, and
unauthorized' by Jtho constitution, and
th'ur lii'the m-etrardtloiLOf u bill for thu
rmodiUetlou of tho .eitlstlnir tarltl', Con-
WtiM should uun ai -revenue aione. it
will'be"8eeu that thu resolutions did not
uiake'au Isiiio between free trade und
nrote'atlQn; they, pulycmadt. the Issue be
twMifiMves)U9 awi protoctlqu a contest
ei2wocvQruVr, and inhlcli.every friend
of.tfoiiWBVtwIfreforin'VouKht to ,uve
been found Voting In favor of the resolu-
lions. . ...
But thu resolutions wore laid on the
table by twelve majority, the voto being
etgh'ty-ulne ayes to soventy-soven noes
Tjie' majority voted Ip favor of enriching
one section of tho county and one class
of citizens at the expenso of others, and
tho minority voted against that policy.
An analysis of tho voto shows that
every Democratic vote is against laying
tho resolutions on tbo table, or In other
words In favor of the sound aad Just
truths which they assert. Twenty-six
Republicans voted the samo way all
from Western Hta.cs, with tbo exception
of two from Tennesseo and two from
North Carolina. Not one Eastern 'Re
publican's namo tis found on this side;
every man of them voted to Jay tho res
olution on tho table that Is for protect
ion. Five Illinois Republicans. Burchard.
Cullom, Hay, Ingersoll and Judd, voted
against laying ou tho table, and so did
soveu Indiana Republicans. The carpet
baggors from South Carolina, Alabama,
Arkansas and nearly all those 'from
Tennessee, voted with tho Eastern pro-
i toctionisis siiowiok now iiuio reararu
they have for their constituents, and
now mucu for tuo constituents or otner
Clearly, then, tho Republican majority
do not even meditate such a thins; 'as n
reform of tho tariff, and do not Intend
that tho pcoplo shall have tho slightest
relief from the harsh exactions of tho
present'tarlff. They may pass the bill
lately reported to the House from the
ways and means committee; but they
wlll.do so simply because It Is snore gen
erous to tbo protected clajMc,,and more
unjust to the people at large i than., tho
yr.EEN & GILBERT,
Attorncjg tad Counsellors it Law,
William II. Green.
William H. Ollberl,
Jill en r. Vllberl,
dptctal tttenttOD glrm toAdminlljr andStatnlcit
Ufllc on Ohio Levee, Booms
over let Watlaoal Beak.
3 and 4
LLEN, WEBB & JJUTLKU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
, Oaice Itt Broil' We w BaUdlng,
Cortur of Klerenth trtt and Commr rclal Artaa.
W.J. Allen. 1 '
II. Wateon Webb, iOAIKO, ILL.
U. P. II at It r,
ULKEY, WALL & WIIKKLEK,
ATXOUXEYS AT "
Joll.V H. MCLKZT, "I
Sxa't. P. iiKXLxa, J -
Offlce Rooms, S and Wluter'e Bloc
TJI E. ALBRIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT IAW,
Olllrt. corner of i-relftB mid.Witili
liiKKin Arena, '
auno....z..r. ..M,.u;lLl.INplH.a f
Wlli practice In tlil dad ihe adjoUIotf JuJIclil on.
eullf, nd iniiko oltr,lioni In Ihe neisnbonnj;coua
He of MI'.ourl nti'J Kfatuckr, tSif
pANDEE & JieitRIS,
II. m Candte.
Notaries Public and Insurance Apfats.
OITICEXo. 71 Ohio Ltut,JXly, National
ELI ABLE INSURANCE.
TIKE AI MA KINK!
MEUCHAN.V Ins. Co., or Chicago; i
CAI'ITifi AND AS3KT3 S30,7as 11
SECURITY las. Co., of Now Yorkj
n 1 1
CAPITAL AS1J AS3KT3.,
COJOIERCLUj Ins. Co., of Chicago; .
CAPITAL AND ASSin-S 310,010 St
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., orRoSton j 1
CAPITAL AND AS3ETS.. 030,000 00
SANGAM0 Ins. Co., or .Sprlsgfleld;
(AP1TAL AND AS3ETa...- Jit9,M7 80
AURORA Ius. Co., or Aurora, HI. j
CAPITAL AND ASKTrf,. 310,080 11
STATE Flro Ius. Co., or Clorcland, O.t
CAPITAL AND ASSETS 331,010 bS
J. S. REARDEK V CO., AglH,
trMu Ores Pint NitlcnU KioV.
AND MARINE INSURANCE.
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
AS3F.Tri. iatf,3IS 20
GF.RMANIA, NEW "YORK;" "
as4ith. ai.oos.oai 7s
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
AS.SF.Tri ........7a,7) IS
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK; .
CumprUlugthe L'aderwriCt Ageaey,
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
AS3KT3 ,...878,4S IS
ASSfriH. ,a3S,M g3
FIREMAN'S FUND, SAN FRANCISCO
AK.Ti?, (Oold)...$07S,000 09
SECURITY, NEW YORK; (Marino.)
ASSETS , SMSJ.Slt
I iTty 4
dve)!DH. furniture, bulls and crgt
ratoi a- larurtme as sound permanent
prctflllll atkef the rltlierui of Cairo, aaharaof
iKooir , , 0, N. liuouts,
Itfte at rirl NalioiuttUaok,
1, CHMAH-ffi.' Cottajp'snd th'te
l.v(,ut.a tiuie0tH itreu;,"
WBiKN a hll.BKItV, Atr
W. STRATTON. X. BIRD.
(Saotesfort le Stratum, Hudjoa k Ctark),
Grocers and CoastlssieM KeriJuurtf,
AKentiol , .
Amerlean Powtler Co., nnd MannJatnrr
Agcnu for Cotton Tarna,
ocl ?f 87 hl T"' Clr"' UU
J M. PHLLLLP8 dt CO.,
(Saccesiora 10 E. B. Hb Jrtcka k Co.,)
Forwarding and CominLsslos ierekaaU
AND JN' '
Oklx-O - - - . XlllxLlan.
Liberal Advances Mid on Oorri'gfmtnU.
lr prepart d to reeelre, stora or forward IreitMe U
, ill polnti 1 bur or fell on coram luioo. Baala e4
ended to vita Hornet twee, ' aelMavV
Q W. GREEN, , .
pncMitor (o KaUla, Cf'a k Do.;) '
-AND ' ' ' 1
. : (a U
FRODCCE AND COMUMU0N , . .
No. 78 Ohio Lnttf CmUrt), 111.
Special attention jirentQ conalxomanW end MHag
I10AT STORES, GROCERIES AXDNtOe
XIO Olxlo Xjxr49a4
o13tr Cairo, illlnnl.
FLOUR MERCHANT AXD MlLLtXS
AGENT. ... i
Ho. SO Onto Lerce, CnJir; Ulln!.1
Or Jer eolleilcd and promptly and 'tWafaolorllr
fl.led. . 'i addlf
DYA8 T. PA11KER. JOH!f P). TlllXLIB.
PARKER 4 PHILXIS, ' "'
acUtai r rr
1 i. ' li r1
Coninilsslou nnd Fonrnrdliiff JTcrdiaaU
. . - t- . 1 j'.i! . rt
liny, Cam, OnU, Dmn, itud nil Klneta mt
' Froelnre, ' "
6iri0 LEVEE........ ..oAlROi.lii.
1 ' tyB.i -
S. D. AYER. -
YERS Jt CO.,
axn auiiiL ly
Ne., 133 01lo.X.vee, CAIRO, tLlt
niarlTdtf , ...
Dealer la Orooerlci, Lime, I'lajter rrl, ,iUre
Ma 1 DiaUL d
Inbolk. alwajraon hand. Comer Eighth treeU
ObioLeree, Cairo llllnola. uul
JOHN W. TROTBK CO
BROKERS AND EXCHANGE, DEALERS
Eighth atieet, teeoad door frum Com. lie.',
Croat Britain, I.Htbera Gerssiay,
Ireland; ' FraBCf,
Aortbsra Gcraianf, Snriea,
Nerwajr. - - -
Alto, I'aatag TickeU from
Ltttrpool, London, Havre, Antutrp. Brmn
and Hamburg, to Ntio York, X
Or to any point Weat.
a-Collotlona wade on any point In Europe,
.n, .- " m -
ISO OMXEKCIAL AVH.fUll, (
lo Elliott A. Ilaythorne a Boot and Shoe Store,
. irTCutuiiv'oa m (liort notice. 1 . 1 jatrtdt
Will attend fo Ihe payment of State, Grantr ajklCftr
ui, and all biuln4 perulalna to a tfnKlLn.
ElOHTii Stubet, tCMi door from Com. An.,
dcoil'hSdtf Calre, Set.
STOVES, TINWARfr ETC
A, II ALLEY'S CH AltTKR
, tTOVE STORH,
toWWTte aael S.e?t Irw.
Nn 1W WASMNQ1VA'flKNPMl
(Above ik Market Unm.)
' aoofliie;, Uiltiiha, Spouting ea$-'ra-L4 Wet
donmanl atari Milietanial,niaaaae.ralkuu'
1-Upa." . , d,,'n:'"'C'ieeTHr
TOHN-W. TROVER & CO.," i v
: JbjV iiljc Inkers.
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