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Things at Cairo. --The Columbus, Ky., correspondent of the Memphis Argus, writes (July 31) as follows: There has been one continued excitement here and at Cairo since the rumor reached here that General Pillow was moving on Bird's Point. General Prentiss has been running around like a dog "in high cats" for a week pa negroes for several months, is fearful that he cannot maintain his position at Cairo, and has it in contemplation to evacuate Bird's Point and put his entire force in Cairo. General John Charles Fremont will visit Cairo in a short time; so he has informed General Prentiss. He is now in St. Louis. A few balls thrown Cairo in a short time; so he has informed General Prentiss. He is now in St. Louis. A few balls thrown into Cairo would cause a stampede equal to the "Virginia races." short time; so he has informed General Prentiss. He is now in St. Louis. A few balls thrown into Cairo would cause a stampede equal to the "Virginia races."