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AMCU - 1. 300.000 OO
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CKj National lluk,
pIRK AND MARINE
Niagara, INT. Y. ;
Gormania, IV. Y. ;
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Hunover, IV. Y,
ANBETN . t7'40,7fl'4
Republic, IV. V. ;
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YonkorH, IV. Y. ;
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JPirem'n' Fund, B. &:
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Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
AMNKTN .. .....$!. 3'4 Mil 00
fjfJTIWwi, Dwellings, Furniture, Hull an
I'lrseff.lBiurrd at rates as favorable as sound
parmanent Meuritr will wrrnt
I respectfully ask ol IIik cltitena ol Cairo,
hart or (hair patronage.
C. .V. IIUGIIEri,
' Qrnc-atKirt National .Bank
JNTEREKT PAYING PLAN:
A new and novel y.tetn of Life Insurance ie
centlv Introduced bvlhe
MISSOURI MUTUALLI FE
OF NT. I.OflS.
Ily Oils system, I.llu Insurance i fiirnls.lril ai
as litllecosl aa by thu usuid tilutiM, and Ilm j ol
Icy hoi ler receives tin annual Intrrrft nt seven
per cent, upon nil Die money pnlil by linn lu Dm
Company ; bin unnual ircmmtnit tluii cutimds
tilin a much am QTCininriit lioml.
The plh hat Lrtn lhoroui?hly critlvli-iil nnd
fully InJoritpJ by the man eminent nctuarlc
ami fklilful mathematicians' inthulamli Indco,.
It has not yet Uen the subject of imluwmiUe
mention In any repecll.le iiiarter.
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY:
Norllincst cor. Fonrth & Olive Sis.
ST, LOUIS, MISSOURI.
ARTHUR B. BARRETT, President
BKKJ. "NVlLLIAMH, Secretary.
Raaka high In the. list ol sound, thrifty Westerr
11 dhwii cayuaiv-oiso.iMi.
IbaiaueU mare tbaa enough to cover allua
liMUtUaUaddldoJ to the capital.
ic naa one nunureu uiouianii uoi
with thetstateor Miyetrj
eirj as a perpi'tual uar.
lee to li poiur Jtoiaers. .
It haacomplled fully with tho new laws ol li
BUte. wblcriar quite as exacting and aioru rilb
rnf6rMd than those of Eastern Htatea,
It Invests Ita fundi In the West, among the
people from whom they ar received.
Its manigement iavixorous, ikillful and u
Ita anual.lncm turn lh Interest alone l
already more thau eaBcleat to ray its loaies.
;t issues policies upon the ordinary life and em
dwnePt plsill, ft the tarn rate aa other first,
The policy holders receive all tho profits In an
The stock holders can receive only ten per
rest, of Interest ou their capital, by the tonus i4
Th annual .dividends to policy holder are !
rdy greater than many old Eastern Companies
havH ever been able to nav .
TheStateof Illinois paid last year about lour
Million dollars! (or Ufa lusurnnc.
way senu so mucn money oui or IU Htate
, way to New York and JSew Knsland for au nrtirf e
that may be produced Just an chenp'y (ormoro o
at home I
WOOD A LOW,
pr2(davrtf Ageati nt'irot
CVTAUIIA llllAI'K fills.
I'ATAWIIl UISAI'K I'M.I.h.
I ATAWIIA llllAI'K I'M.Ij..
ATAWIIA OIIAI'K PILL.
t'ATAWil.V lllltl'K PILLS.
CATAH IIA OIIAI'K PILL'.
('ATAWIIA (lltAPK PILLS.
S A li S A V A J I L J j A
KLUII) KXTIIACT HAHSAI'AHII.I.A.
ri.UIII KXTRAl.T KAKHAfAMIMA.
KLl'llJ KXTKACT HA KMA PA RILL A.
FLUID KXTKACT HAHHAI'AHILLA.
FLUIU KXTKACT K A RS ATA RILL A.
FLUID EXTRACT NAKHAPARII.LA.
FLUIU KXTBAtT f AR.1APARILLA.
APRIL, MAY AND JUNK,
ri'ttirr th: iilooii.
In theie month
llkLMHOLU's llfin KXTKACT rAKSAPA
RII.LA Cures all Kmptiont of the Skin.
HKI.MHOLD'h KLUIU KXTKACT SARSAI'A
KILLA Curet tue worst form of Wood Ii.ft.e.
lIKLMHOLD'h rLUII) KVTRACT hARSAPA
Knttrs heavily Into the Circulation of the
iiklmholuk riuio kxtract .-arsai-a-
IleKiltlflf t the Complexion.
All Powdrr and outward application, dertror
I" " i r'-r"'''-ni! It harh and coarte. Iol. at
the kln of old maldn and tho-e who linieu.nl
Mich any It-nath of time. Mv n.l
continue thm, and u
IIKLMIlOLIirt FLUIU K.VTIIACT akai-a.
On little it wiua! In felri.nt'(i tn rx ..1A ...
thePyrtips or Iwt'lon at utiially'ma.i and
a wlne-Kia.t uddrl to a pint of wi..r siunl the
ee'id.rate.1 LISIIUN Mtir WtlNK. Tr It th.
way. A delightful beverage.
IIKLMItOI.il t ATAWI ORAI'K Ptl.l S
IIKLMIIOLI) H C ATAWIIA (IIIAPK PII.I.s
A ptea.nnt, afe and tr-rnti atharti. .
it f.lm hold's tatawha iirapk mi.
Psl In all nllr. tlon. where a I'lirsatire Mixllcino
iiklmiioi.h'n catawiia ukapk pills
llarmlem. to child, and taken by children.
IIKI.MltOI.II H CATAWIIA ORAI'K 11 LL.S
iijere.e Magne.la, Sallt and every other Pur
HELMllOLb'fl CATAWIIA ORAI'S ril.IJt,
Certain in elfrct, and pleasant In operation.
IlKLMIlOLIl'S CATAWIIA flRAPK PILL
Is nol a patented Pill,
HKLMHOLIl'H CATAWIIA GRAPH PI LLx
Are composed i,l CalawU Ornpe Juke and Muni
I. proceed in the f-prloR and Summer
t. tO lll.lire nw hip. nxur l.inr.H I,.A. .
lire new life,
Iurchae two Utile, of IIUI.M MOI.D t) SARSt
PAItll.H nr.d one Imix ol PII.I.s worth their
weight In Kohl.
no iietier inve-lment can U maile lor to mall
IIKLMIIOI.n'r) FI.UIP KXTRACT IllCIIU
Hat acquired a world-wide fame.
A I.T. of mr tirpt.trfiltnn. r,a m..n,.u...
1. period of twenty Murx hut i.roteil il... i., i
See remarks miidf bv lleninmln TrMi. r.c. v n
C. H. Speaking of tliorc ili.eate., and ilies.e
arising Irom th I'lre.t of mercury, hn tbiles
that no remedy Is equal to the Kitruct of fearxa
jLiriiia. u power is ejtuiioniitiirv, more to than
any other dint; I am acquainted with. It lr, m
in the strictest sente, n tonic, w ith this inwiluable
attribute that It c applicable in n Mate of the
ajsteni so sunken, und jet so irntnble, at ren
der other sububince. uf the tome flats unttail
nble or mnmou..
.see RK.MAltKSot tho i.ItHAT Clir.MlslS ANI
PILL MK.N DF AMKIIll'A
Win. U. W.irner A (.. .
15 North Third hlreet, l'liil.iilelplii.i, pn.
Kiteemed Friend 1 ocnurntillate jon on
having the haniUomctt ami at the vime time the
Moit Krlrftive I'l l that I hive eier known fur the
purpotet intended. W.M. It. WAIi.N'KU A CO
II. T, llflmliold will remnik, inconclu.ion, that
his remeilles are the result of lonn and carcfiil
study. TheJ-'liiid Kxtrnet han been befotii the
public twenty c-irs, 'lhi tnln of them In Ihnt
time provet their iilue. All have been benefit,
ted by them who followed my instructions, and
to-day they Maud unequalled in the extent of
their sale, and iinntpas'd bv any medicament
in the Dispensatory nf the United Matey, not
exceiillnK n tingle Herb, lioot, Plant, or Silcu.
Pharmaceuticul I rlalm all mine to be, and hat
never patented a single one.
To dispel any impretsion or prejudice that
might exist in the minds ol many against my
preparations, from tho publicity given through
adverllsinc, and that 1 am and hato been a drug,
gist for a per io. I of twenty years, nnd more con
clusively to prtre this see letter from the largest
manufacturing chemists in the world :
ixovcmber 4. MM.
I am acquainted with Mr. 11, T. Helmbold ; he
occupied the drug store opposite my residence,
and was successful In conducting the business
where others had not been euuallY so before him.
I have been favorably impressed with his charac
ter ad enterprise. WIUilAM WKU1TMAN.
Hrm of Powers & Wiehtman, manufacturing
vMuuiinit, itintti ann urown streeif, rniianci
phla. ALL STAN D ON IllllU MLR1TP,
tedfor'i'iLV.::.' """'Kht ol otfermglo the afllic
time U.."'.! rvf0, "nJ ,ttke
The invhina-'au?. . tMi1 pn.thclr e Ifectlvene.s.
the bolt e"!1." I" "i'i ''?. Pl'.l H'olfl? 'naJf .
care they have le , rei, "1w lm w,,"u
lion, no EBBtiali nt I ' Af,cr examlna-
"instead tho nkViseo "I ooklni- ' ,C,,'r i
ptepared Pills vended Kenemliv im'.i l.rV'le"' y
Sot den boxes, and nudonKenelly,JoPrlt,,ll1ri'l
bv those hnv.nir r.n ntV.!. rr "''red
druggtsU or mimulactuVor. of mVdiCie . 'ic!
Iho medlolne ollered by your obedient Tsorvaiitj
II. T. lllXf Uot,I.
Crystal Pulace Drug Htore, No. sin Broadway.
Palnco Pharmacy, (illsey House, Ilroadwny, und
Twenty. nlnlh street, New York.
icnipioii iiuirmai'v, i.iiiiiineniai Hotel, l'lula
delnhla; nnd .No. 101 Hoillli Tenth street, Phil
adeiphls. 1 Crystal Palace DiulTPt'
Tho stearnihlp Wcitplmlln tallcil on
TuMday with 1201,300 In gold.
Tho Kti-KIur Inveiticntlon bldi fl i
drag its slow lengt along for un Ihd'efl
nlto lcnghth of time. A sub-commlUoo'
i to bo sunt to Charleston nntl Columbus
luring tho coming numtnor.
Tho Ittttrs of nympatliv which Ittv.
Mr. Ulionoy line received alnco Illsliop
Whitfllioiiti! announced hii dcponltion. iro
ironi umo of tho moot dlftingufitd dJ
vine of tho Ktiiseop.nl dciiomiiiiition in tho
.'lr.. oodhiill says she ii n lifc-loiic
Spiritunli't mill owes nil ho i to the ed-
uefition nnd cnrntant u'liidnncoof spirit in-
lluenco, which, comidcring nil the circuit
Manct'H of tho cuno, i not laying much for
the spirit influences.
KosTKit, the murderer of Putnam in
u .ow lork street car, and John Uu-
chin, who murdered hiison in n corn-field
in Morgan county thu other day, both do
orvu tho hang.tnun'H rope, if there i.t any
virtue in that pieco of hemp. The first
ofTi-rc as an excuse for tho tinnrnvnb..l
murder of hit victim that ho did it in n
wicked, drunken freak the other gives at
a rcaon for his invugo deed, that " ho
wat o d d mad ho could not help it."
Justlco flndf fine cxamplei in these two
cases If iho does nol, what aiiurance is
there that Buchin will not become another
time so d d mad that he cannot help mur-
dering sorno one, or that Foster will not
again put an enemy into hit mouth to steal
away hl-i brains.
"'he northern men in South Curolina
ire not held in very high reenrd bv the
colored people of that State. Ono of the
alter, In connection with tho special cor
respondent of tho New York Trilune. ex-
pressed his opinion In the following un
inlstakablo terms ;
''These men." ho said, "urn
11 the trouble in the .Slate. The .11
scoundrels corrupted tho members of tho
ick'isiaiure, wno were innocent beforo thev
wero instructed in villainous schemes, and
now.havo the audacity to talk of tho venal
ity of their imtrumcnts. Thcsu Stale otli-
cers used us as long as they could, nnd
now wiuy vo no moro uso ror su tliey iJon't
care what becomes of us. Talk about cor
ruption ! "Why. them fellows, when wo
pu; thetn in olllcc, wero so d d poor that
thev had no seats in their pants ; now thev
roll in money. What do they care fo"r
tho colored man ? o more than a dog.
They will sell us out to the Democrats
wnenevcr thev can make nnvthing bv it.
J ou Miy,f rake hell over aml'tift the 'cin
ders, ana" you couldn't jirul such mean men.''
In contrast with Ucn. Kilpatrick'g tow-
oringly eloquent objurgatory peroration
on Decoration Day, to the effect that
'Tho time may como when an unrrate-
ful people may forget all thoso bloody
years cf war; when tho traitor will bo
pardoned, and his crimes forgotten;
Comrades of Massachusetts, this may come
with time, but, by the eternal God, not if
we can prevent it,"
and Butler's no less herculean wrestlo
with language on the same occasion,
'May my richt hand forcct its cunnlnr?
and my tonguo cleave to the roof of my
mouth, if I forcot thu dilfercnco between
tho parties to that terrible, protracted and
wo gladly call attention to the better spir
it ol tho lollowing from tho oration of
Slowurt L. "Woodford, at tho burvlnr-
round at Arlington :
Turning from these cravc. mav wo
forget thu animosities that liavo so embit
tered tho pouplo of different portions ofour
mini in uiu years gono ny, ami looking for
ward from this hallowed spot, may wo
pray that northern men and southern men
may be all one.
Would to (Sod that our southern friends
might tiko from their hearts all lingering
hostility forever; would to (Sod that
northern men might forget tho anger antl
tho bitterness of tho strife, remembering
that wu are all the children of ono land,
and mav wu striko hands, and in vears to
como give tho united energies of both to
tho nation's greatness and thu nntion'a
glory that shall lead us to tho triumph of
our liberty ana crowning ol success.
Wo commend the nbovo words of Mr.
"Woodford und thoir spirit to his follow
partisans, who ply tho dovll's tradu of los-
tering dissension among their own coun
trymen. NEWS ITEMS.
A kind hearted wouinuiu liull'ab recently
collected betwoen two nnd three hundred
dollars in that city, for the relief of tho
family of a policeman who had diod of
consumption, and spent thu money on a
pleasure trip to Canada.
Tho itono abutment and iron girder
bridge over the river Neath, threo miles
west of Paris, Ont., gavo way on tho Oth
Inst., precipitating twcntyfotir cum into
thu creek. No ono was hurt.
Thu son of Thomas Francis Mcnghor, nn
Irish Patriot and Union Gonoral, is de
nied a cadolshlp at West Point, while tho
sons of llrigham Young and a negro aro
Sir Kdward Thornton, tho British Min
ister at AVashington, will return to Eng
land on tho 21th Inst".
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. JUNK 9.
Lydfi Thompson, tho Knglish actios), has
mado a fortune in this country.
Sorrento Rogers, tho young postollico
clerk of Galesbug, who shot himself for
love the othorday, is dead.
Gen-. Spinner and party will bo present
at tho triumphal entry of tho German
troops Into Borlln, on tho loth of dune.
Agcnotr Kticnne, Count de Gasparin,
well known In this country by his writ
ings, died recently In geneva, Switzer
land, Iho scandal that n school teacher in
urmont had Hogged her unclu is some
ul.at ...it.K.lt,l u-lldl. . lent II ttml
undo is only twclvo years old, and wu
ono oi tier unruly scholar.
.Senator Seliur. is preparing to enter
tne lecture Held during tho comint; fall
nr.d has just declined an oiler of nn agency
to arrange for n course of ''00 lectures on
.Mormonism. .Mr. Schur. hns not yet tic
torminod what tho subject will be.
Alexander Dumas is reported to havo
saiu lately, that tho recent lil.tnrv
Rome during tho temporal authority of
l io .Nono, presents tho best material for
romance of nny era of tho present con
tury. Ho expresses regict that his father
Is not nlivo to devotn himself to tho
proper working up of tho material.
California dyes not seem to bo n con-
genlul homo for authors and Journalists.
Besides Bret Harte, " Mark Twain " and
"John Paul" havedesortcd it within tho
last few years; and now Mr. Noah Brooks,
tho leading editor of ihoAlta Califorman
und at one time Mr. Lincoln's prlvato
secretary, is coming cast to work on tho
Now York TViAtw?.
Prof. Taylor Lewis, of Union college
has oxamlncd a lot of papers sent to him
by Ruloff. Ho says that, while they show
proof of genius they cxhibitod still more
evidence of an irregular mind, bordering
on a species of monomania. Ho traveled
alone and had been led astray by fancied
asfemblanccs, imagining himself makine-
discoveries which to men of moro reading
scop.1 like dreams. Prof. Lewis expresses
a deep conviction of P.uloff's sincerity in
the study of language, and that it was not
a mere pretense designed to cover some
Reports say that Mr. SewardJ'is uecom
panled by his daughter and niece.' Mr.
Seward's only daughter, Kntinie, dlud in
180C. The two ladles accompanying him
are thu daughters of Mr. .1. A. Itislcy, for
merly oi tho Treasury Department. They
have been intimate friend, of Mr. Sew
ard's family for year?. Before leaving
the United .Stales Mr. .Seward adopted tho
eldest Mist Iti-dey, and settled upon hum
handsome sum of monuv. She is a ladv
of line presence, and possesses a strong nnd
cultivated mind. It is understood that
both ladies havo recoivod offers ot inar
riago from distinguished representatives
of foreign countries slnco thov left home.
Til City Flooded by tbe Strclllnr Wit-trrs-Two
Tlaousaud Vive Hundred
Hoaeee Httrtlally Under Water Dam
agaaaCatlmtxttd sit V3UO,000.
New Yort, Juno 0. A dispatch from
Now Orleans, last ovcnlng, says 2,500
bouses hnvo their ground floors under wa
ter, and moro than that number of families
to-night nro homeless and desolate. Tho
canal runs from tho heart of tho city to
Lake Ponchartrain. This is always n nav
igable channel, ten or twolvo leel deep
River steamers and schooners pcrpetunllly
pass and repass. The damage done by tho
liood is estimated at $500,0W. The break
negan to threaten on iiogan avenue
Thursday oveninc. Thu canal com mis
Eioners had o!J to certain persons tho
right to remove thu dirt from the icvee,
to till lots. On Kridav morning ono of
theio men was at work with his cart, car
rying awaytliu levee at thu very point
wiiero tho weakness was manifested. A
colored man, named Lucifer, living closo
by, begged bin; to desist, for an east wind
was blowing nnd tho waters of tho lake
ueru swollen by tho immenso torrent
pouring in from tho Mississippi, by way
of Bonnet Carro ciovnsse, which wero rap
idly backing up to tho city. Ho was driv
en away uy threats, mo next morning
the chasm, cighty-llvo (cot wide, was
opened in tho banks. Suits will bo en
tered against tho canal company to make
good the damages.
Tn k impeachment and removal from of
fico of Govornor Butler, of Nebraska, was
becauio hn took school moneys belonging
to the Stato and appropriated them to his
own pnvato uso. Ho also required 5,000
from a con'.ractor to whom hoawarded the
contract for building tho Stato university.
Tboro wero other irrogularitles in his pro
ceeding!, proving that no isquito up to
1110 siatiuaru 01 tno mouoru Jacobin pol
iticians. 1 1 is grntlfaing tn know that tho
Soiiato of Nebraska hail tho courngo and
honesty to pursuo this roguo and dnposo
him from office.
His reputation will not suffer by tho
exposuro of his rascality. Ho has only
been engaged in tho samo kind
of businosH which has occupied tho
attention of Grant, and Ben. But
lor, and Bancroft Davis, and Harlan,
and "Whittemoro, nnd Gon. 0. O. Howard,
and Bullock, and Rice, and Clayton, and
Bowon, and Wunr.oth, and Pomeroy, nnd
Scott, and Ponton, and Peck, and othor
gontlomon whoso name Is legion, and who
now control tho Republican party, and
huvo possession of tho government, thaler
that party, stealing, und tlio taking of
bribes by men in olllclal station, has como
to bo rogardod as n regular and not alto
gotlior repruhonsiblo business. Tho Ne
braska senate has shown an exceptional
virtue, which will bo regarded as cruelty
by Republican politicians, if they aro
to bo ousted from ofllce bo.nuso thuy steal
and tftko bribes, their day of power draws
blu with gooilcliocr, and proventslthWrcemraVft.ilf
to a close Butler has tho sympathy of
nil tho cminont gentlemen wo havo
amcd, an dean hold his head up proudly
consious that ho has onlv followed tho
Marrlase or deflator Ttteed'a
From the N. Y. Eve. Post, Thursday.
Tho marriago of Mr. Tweod's daughter'
Jitss aiary Amelia, to Mr. Arthur Am
broso Maglnnis, of New Orleans, last
ovonlng at Trinity chapel, was, according
to tho accounts of tho reporters, an affair
of almost royal magnificence. Tho dis
play of diamonds and rich toilets nt tho
church seems to havo been equalled and
oven surpassed In tho splendor of tho
atcnu iircscnieu wtien tho guests were
"uo -,r- 'weeds mansion nt
.-.un nvunuu nrm r orty-tniru Mtuci. Til,
had been transformed Inton nerfeei nnu...
garden, nnd tho air was heavy with tho
...H.uvi ciiiMi-o e.vouc.t, which, worked
In every fanciful and appropriate design,
wero met ou every hand. Thujrido and
bridecrootl). tho former wenrlnf-n uiul.lli...
dross which cost, It is said, flvo thousand
dollars, stood beneath a floral bell of im
mense size, and directly in front of a hugo
American shield of reil. u-hlt n 11 nil1 liliirt
flower?, backed by a splendid arch of tu
beroses. Tho ctlect of this seenn wim
pf courso materially heightened by tho
bright light, brilliant toilets and music of
Grafiilla'g orchestra. Tho wetldim-
cnts, which wero displayed in a room on
uiu scconu uoor, represented moro than
half a million dollars. Ono silver set
alone contained two hundred and forty
pieces, while a single diamond set among
tho total number of ilftoon soU costs forty
nvo thousand dollars. The bride Is twenty-one.
and tho brideuroom is a widower
of twonty-flvc. Thoy will mako an ex
tended tour of Europe, sailing in tho
' ft 1 1
UIU Col. Fair Commit (suicide I
At an inturviow ulib-h r-ni.. 11.
-.1 V. .-v...... iwt.
jhbco oeiwcen -vtrs. i.aura D. Pair and a
roportcr of tho San Francisco Chronicle,
tho woman acknowlor?ol tlmt n r,..i..
hangs over the supposed suicido of the
iimu ivnoso name sue now wsr ti,
lady in this interview says, first, that Col.
r air committed suicide, nml flmn u.. !,.,
ho was shot by some ncrson wbnmtb-.t.
very free to connect with tho Freemasons.
Since Mrs. Fair's conviction her counsel
coiismer 11 nn ugly sign that sho should
make stteb nsappfinn. iU.A t. 1. .1
eomcthing almost as sensational as tho
disappearance of Morgan. It seems that
while, lonir ntro. she wm seniml f, m.
Murtihy s ofllice, waiting to consult with
him in regard to her divorce, sho stopped
to tho door, and nuietlv hnt Mt v,r
dropping the pistol with tho shmo "air of
nonchalance as sho did when she killed
.nr. Crittenden, fcho escaped, and con
veniently it was said that Col. Pair had
committed suicide. "Whatever Informal
ities, there may luivo been in her recent
trial, ono cannot help believing that the is
a most desperate weman, or hoping that
informalities may not interfero with her
juit punishment. IPorW.
CoLKAxiASA. A letter from Vice Prcs- !
idcnt Colfax to a friend in Now York, de
nies widely tho published statement nf hit
intemperate uso of tobacco, and saysfineu
no was llrst elected to prcsido in tho
House eight years ago. " I havo never
risen in tho morning that I havo not felt I
had twlco as much work to do that day as
thorn wna Mall., 1 1- c . . J
. .... .v,v .,, io,-. A corrcspon-
ilenco of all conccivablo Inquiries, nnd all
kinds of business, often extending to hun
drcds of lotter. per week, I attended to
...JCVII, mm III uuuilion In nllt Al
uinu.B r.Liiitii irnm nan .1 t
1 - , , - ; UIU11..S
, ."-.'f illuUIIVA was
attacked, having felt tho oppressive ntmos.
pllOrO Of tho executive seatinn rnnrn ....
pleasant than usual, I loft it, and going to
my room wroto largo numbers of lottors :
.uln.nln ... !..! ... . . . . I
c.uiiiiu iu mU ciinir lu a.m., tno blow
fell ten minutes thereafter." Tho Vico
President says it is the old story of men
tal exertion without relaxation, but ho in
tends, hereafter, to rccognizo that thero Is
u mini which even tho strongest constitu
tion will not allow to bo exceeded.
Somk of tho New York prcaehors carry
their politics into graveyards. Rev. Mr.
Pentecost delivered an "oration in ono of
theso cheerful spots tho other dav, and a
Boston I'o.it correspondent savs "Tak-
ing tho Into speech of .loll'ersnn Davis in
uuorg in ns a text, no proceeded to rant
nwny in tno true political parson stylo till
two of his hearers Gen. .lull". 0. Davis and
-MaJ. Pago who wero invited guests, got
up in disgust and left the platform, (Sen.
Davis saying, as ho arose, 'Oh, d n it, I
can't stand that I ' Thero was somo com
motion then a e:reat deal of eoniiiuiilnii
in fact and thu I!ev. .Mr. Pentecost, 'ora
tion' canio to a vary sudden conclusion. I
suppose tho Kov. Mr. Ponteeost (Piiiubus,
what a nanio) tlioueht it was vurv im.
proper of (ion. Jell', to say 'd n it' in a
graveyard, but how is it about rantlni;
partisan polities in tho sanio place '.'"
A moit rctnnrknblo tornado oeonrn.,1
in Mason, county, near Maon City, last
Friday morning, tho first indications were
that ot a dark cloud gathering near tlin
earth, about six miles west of theeliv bm
erelong it nssumod thoshnpo of a hip'o
uuui, naviiig nireo uistinct smoko-stneks
orcolumns, oxtending upward, and connec
ted with tho clouds. This wonderful phe
nomenon was fully charged with olectnc
ity, and from thoso columns sparks woro
constantly Issuing, and making a nolso and
cracking simular. to tho regular flrlnir of
a thousand innsWots. Although tho rotary
motion of this fearful apparltl Oil WHH Rllnll
as to toar up by roots all vegetation that
i in un pun,, iu progressive motion was
not moro than flvo miles an hour, and was
watched with fearful anxiety bv the terror
strickon inhabitants, lu path was from 20
to 80 foot in width, nnd ulout threo mllosln
longth, and upon this spaco nothing was
loft alivo. Hegdlrlg wag burnt to i, crisp
greon wheat and corn was turnod yellow
and priirlo grass presented tho apporanco
of having been pulled tip and dried lu a
um en.l.o A.,,.. !... I ....I...
wv,v a nuuust BUII, Jlltl jiruviuus IU IIIU
appearanco ot tho tornado, tho air was
very sultry, and its origin may probably
bo attributed to electrical influences; for,
besides tho boat and sparks which it
oxhlbted, It had all the appearance of tho
wator-sponts ou the ocean. Tho sconu of
its destruction is being visited by hundreds
nnd it will at least furuMi it cnnul sub
ject for sclontlllo Investigation nnd rellg-
.. .. -..I (it, l,Tfl,.,,1,r,irUli.lnnaill.nnl. !!-.
KK.I.PS I'UNNTA.Vri.V OS HAND
AT THE LOWEST GASH PRICES
The Fliicsl mid Uef.t
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hats. Caps. Boots, Shoes, Etc.,
COR. SIXTH STREET & OHIO LEVEE,
Particular atli:itIou paid to orders
anil only the
JA'6. M. lMIII.I.IN,
(Huccossorto Parker A Phlllis.J
And Dealer in
Flour, Meal, Ifuj , Corn, OalM,
And mis ol
OHIO UIVl'.U AMI KANAWHA
ATo. 70 OHIO LEVEE
jyjIIXEIt X. PARKER,
No. 58 Ohio Tacvcc
CA I RO. I I.I.INOIN.
J ."!. I'HII.I.IIVS X. CO.,
Hufceor In K. II. Hendricks A Co.
XAlrx-l' - Boat
i.iui:itAi. aiivam:i-.s .m aoi; on cii.v.
O0Are pre) a-ed to receive, store and forwaid
freight to all points, and buy and sell on com.
ttriliiinei.s attended tn uith nrnmntnett
DKAI.KIt IN FAMILY
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES, HATS
AND CAPS, ETC.,
Iliu nst received a hr.iv stock of bouts and shoo
HOSIEitV AND NOTIONS,
For ale for Cash at a lery low rlgure. Heidtuli.it
ii line slock of I
Cor. (! Strcot nml Coniiin'ii'litl Auuiuo
And all kd
IKUAI. ANI 'OM.ni'.ltt'AI. JUil
1111 N i l Mi
Made. U order, or Iteailv-Made.
DAILY TAPER HT EGYPT.
for WHITE SHIRTS hi all styles mnde.
heat or iiititcrlnl used.
'-1KI WASIIIX(JTO. AVENUE,
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
AlHrnr on h.inda Hne stock if
1VATCHKS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
oaT.irtkMilnr attention mven4o repairing Fin
iJ'The large.t stock of Oold and Silver Spec-
.iclet In the city. my7d3m
OHIO JsKVCIS, CAIRO.
FULTON ii SONS, - - Proprietors.
Are Now In Full Operutlou.
Messrs. Fulton A Sons are prepared to furnis
all kinds of Hour.of the best quality, and also
Mill Feed of all kinds, draham Flour, In saika
or In Iota quantltT, laade from the best White
J GEORGE STEINUOlisE
Cor. Stlt St. ami Commercial t.,
I.Y THE PERRY UOV8E
Mmrp Itaiors. Clean Towels and Skill.
Ladies' and Children's Hair Cm and Shampoonad
either at tlin nhopor
AT THEIR OWN 1I0ME3.
(ientlcmcu'a WhuVors and Hair Dyed inasciaa
title manner and satisfaction guatanteed.
JI1X III.AM)S S.VI.OO.V
In Niipplled with all kinds ot
Soor, Alo. c)0.,
lletween Kighth and WnlhStrMti,
e thirsty,- ho love Rood liquor, should glva
lilm a call, uud those who want a
tt At ANT CIO AB
Can havo their wants supplied at his bar.
Proprietor of the
Billiard Saloon and Hur Boom
100 t'miuucrclal Ave.,
Oaii'Q " Illinois
HOUSE MOVERS. .
HOUSE MM AHD BUILDER
li prepared to do all kinds ef
IIOUSi: .MUV1NU, 1IOVMK IIAItilNQ
He pulrhiK r Kvtrjr Isscritlon
On tho nin.t reaonatlo terms. Orders left ai the
residence or .Mr. Keunedy, on Center street, noit
door to lb., new iwhool building, or addressed to
Iho care ot p. o. Ilox tie. or ilea Dulletln oDIi-e,
will receive prompt attention, ,n,r(if '
V; l HellJ