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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 28. 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
CATAWBA OltAl'C PILLK.
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CATAWDA URATK rILLH.
CATAWBA ORAfK riLLH.
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(jatawua orai'k fiu.n.
catawba orate film.
FLUID KXTBACT l)AK1AIAKII.I.A.
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A Pit IL, MAY AND JUNE,
rritiFY tiii: dlood.
la iheae month,
II El.lt DolJj'g FLUID EXTRACT BARSAI'A
Curea all Erupt loon of the Skin.
lIF.LMIlilLD'l. FLUID EXTRACT HARft APA
hi LI. A
Curea tiif wort form of Mood I)i,ae.
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RILI.A Hot, re heatlly Into th Circulation of the
IIELMBOLD's FLUID EXTUACT r)AKAPA
R1LLA lieautlnea the Complexion.
All Powder, and ontwaril application, dtroy
he aKlh. render nr It h .r.h fti.it rAit.. 1jV t
the akin, render nz It h .r.h ii.d oiarae. Look at
the akin of i.M malda and thoa who dti. ui..l
thoae who tiateoaed
11 j- adnve I, to dla.
aucn anj length n' time
continue th- in, and a
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giaaa add'd to a runt of wter equaln the I
rated I.1HD')N NET DK1.K. Trr It thla
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way. A detlghtlul beverage.
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA (IRAPE PILLS
HELMROI.D'b CATAWBA GRAPE PII.I.H
A pleaaant, safe aDd agrteati!r Cathartic.
IIELUBOLD'b CATAWBA ORAPF. PILLS
Uaed In all aRrcllnna wheieit Portative Medicine
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Hairalete to a child, and taken 1 7 children.
hkluiiold'h catawua okape pills
uptrrde MKneia, ri It and etery other Pur
KatKe. IIKLMIIOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPE PILLS,
Certain in effect, anl pleaaant in operation.
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPE PILL
la not a patented 1MI.
II F.I.M HOLD'S CATAWBA OKAPC 1'ILl.S
Arecoinpooed of Catawba Orape JuUennd Kluld
Hitrmet Ithutiarb. I
How t proceed in the spring and Summer
montht, to in.iire new life, new liud, uetr rigor :
lurchaetwo hottlea of llKl.MUOI.II'.l HAHMA
I'Altll.LA and one hox ol FILLS worth their
weight In gold.
.No better Intestnient can be made tor to amall
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT DUCHU
Dm acquired a worldwide fame.
A LI. of my preparations are meritorious.
Xi. penou 01 iw
period of twenty years haa proved thia to I?
Bee remark! made by lie nlamlu Travera, t. It.
C. tl. Speaking of thoae illneanea. and dmeaaea
arliinj from the ezceaa of mercury, he atates
iui tin r.mAii. la .m.i in in k y i ru r sr h.pma.
pariUa. its power la eitraordli arv, more o than
any other diug I am acquainted with. It I., In I
in tne ainieit aenae, a vonio, wiuuniaiuyaiuauio 1
attribute tbt tit la applicable to a'atata of the I
atatem ao sunken, and )tt 1
dera other lubataqea of the
ao Irritable, an ren
1 ionic claaa untfail-
able or Iniurlotia.
flea RF.MAKKrtnl the (IREAT CHEMISTS AND
J ILL flt.l UK AMGH1UA i
Wm. R. Warner Co.,
IS North Third atreet. PhlladelDhia. Pa.
KaUamed Friend 1 congratulate you on
harinr thehanUaomtat and at the tame time the
Moat KflVetire Pill that I he erer known for the
purposes intended. WM. K. WAHNKH CO
II, T. Helmbold will remark, in conclusion, that I
hit remedies are tho reault of long and oareful
oub e Iwentvtoart. The aalo of them In thai
iuuj, t riuin ..Airac'ta naio iwtu ueioro me
lime prorea their Tlue. All havo been benefit.
ted by them who followed my Initructiona, and
I'harmtoeutiean claim all mlnetobe. and have
never natenteil a inal nnn
To ulapel any Impresaion or prejudice lhat
iuirii. wi. 111 hid minaa 01 many againii mr
nrenarationa. from tint nnbltniiv nivn thrnitoh
advertiaing, nnd that I am and hate been a drug,
gilt for a period of twenly yoara. Had more, con
clusively to prove thin aee letter from the Urgent
lll.uum.ui ...ft .tivtHi... 11 ma wufld I
Nav.nihur t ll'J
I am ai qualnted with Mr. II. T. Ilclmbold i ho
occupied the drug ttoreoppontii my re.ldenco,
nrl va auccesiful in Conduct Ol the hn!n.
where oinera naa no, weuc.i.iuii
virm of Powi-ra t w chimin, manufucturins
chemiats, Ninth and flrown streets, PhlladrU
ILL STIHD OU TIIIIB MBRITH.
The Pill 1 have thought of olformg to tho afttic
ted tor ten yeara ,
Tli.v are now narfeot. and I lhall stake my
time, money and fama on their tlfectiveneia.
Tae invltluKiUyle in which the pill Itaelf la made,
the buttle, label, wrppr all show wlih what
cure th" hve been pronared. After examina
tion, no English r I'ri'nch preparatmn will ahow
1 ... Mar. nml I am re.illv Dfollil nf them.
Initeaa of tho uaiiseoua.lookinii, cnrelettlv
p.epared Pills veoded Reneraliy. nnd pus. npit
wo -den boiHi, and tnade generally, nr oflered
br tho.o har.ug r.o expenencH aa physiclana,
".' .""V..." '! S.V.I.. ...r... f ..iC.ni,.
druggist! ,or manulacturera of mediotnci, tert
the ine licine iiurreu vj jum w'iisii. -iv
II. T. HELMBOLD,
Crystal Palace Drug Store, Mo. Ml Broadway,
Palaoe Pnarmacy. Ollsey Home, Droadway, and
Tareaty.nlath ttreet, New York.
V.mhl. ir Pharmaev. Continental Hotel. Phlla-
dalphlai and No. lot Houttt Tentti street. Hill-
Judok Hiikkhk in Hlowly recovering.
The jury in llio Foster case returned
a verdict of murder in the first degree,
with a rcccommcndation to mercy.
The prisoner heard the sentence un
moved. The Washington Treaty, just as it
came from the High Commissioners,
was ratified by tho Betiato after a con
tinuous session of thirteen hours.
Thero were twelve negative votes,
nine of which ware cast by Democratic
The Vicksburg Jferald says that the
Radical press in the South have pub
lished and circulated enough calumnies
and lies upon the people among whom
they live to damn them forever, and the
Northern papers have been quick to
echo and re-echo thce slanders of "out
rages at the South," " murders," " Kit-
Klux," etc. Yet they have studiously
avoided to note one little phase in all
those killings and murderd, one that
has been continually presented them,
not only by the Southern papers, but
in the reports of courts and juries
that at least four-fifths of these "out
rages" have been committed by negroes
" In tlio lata term of the Circuit Court
held in this city, ono man (a nesro) wn
aontonced for murder, and four for man
Uughtcr four of this five, were neproe
who una killed negroes, ana tne mm was
n wtnto northern man, wno in a in 01 de
lirium trumons bad killed a negro."
"Another case hatjuit occurred In the
coun y. A few uav incc on the place or
Sir. E B. WillU, JUnhua Nell win brutal-
ly murdi-red by another negro, Nathan
Oibbi. GibbsattarkoJ Neil whiloat work,
knocked him down with a hoe, and beat
and cut hi 11 in an outrageous and brutal
manner, cruihing in hit ikull, killing him
ou the ipot. Mr. Willis ay that rinco
the clou of the war, six or toven men hnyc
been killed upon bin pmco M negroes
killed by npgroca.''
Gov. Palmer gives the Peoria peo-
..In ainnll tifoura',emeUt in record to
",c 8ma" -ni.oura0euit.ui 111 ri-buru iu
. 1 n .1 . 1 r .1
tne removal 01 me capital, un mis
subject he says that lie docs not thiuk
thero is any disposition on the part of
any considerable portion of the people
of the State U suspend the work on the
new State House to await tho result of
the contest for tho removal of the cap
ital that the people generally feel hut
little interest in the disputes that have
arisen tnat apringnciu is geograpni
cally very nearly the centre of the
State, and that while there are many
places in the State that offer nearly
cfiual advautaiies for tho location of the
scat of government, it cannot be sup
posed that the people will consent to
waste the millions of dollars expeuded
and the four years of time already con
sumed in the prosecution of th present
building, without the slightest hope of
advantage. Gov. Palmer also fuither
says that it seems to him that the posi
tive acts of two General Assemblies,
flnd the votes of the people on the new
... . . ,
constitution ICaVO IIO rcasouauie K'OUUU
lor lurincr controversy, auu niai mc
people of tho State ought not now to
be forced into a profitless dispute which
can lcavo nothing behind but smolder
ing passions and unsatisfied reyentments
and that if the question of the re
mnv.il of tho canital is to bo considered
.. . ::. ill
an open one, OtliCr towns and Cities Will
. , 1. n fr. ,,,An,,,
DO ICIIIIHCU IU iiiuau uucio i .uuiivy
1 iolwi ;., ... ,lrJnfinl(l nnd Peoria
and laud JUSt as OpringUCIU anu 1 cona
lvo done, and that tho excitement will
thus extend to all parts of the State
....1 . i. r nnlilin mini) in
the serious prejudico of all other public
A correspondent of the Peoria
Democrat thus dr scribes Mrs. Jcssio
. , , , . , . ., T
Simla,, vprv liaiidtomQ olil ludv. It 1
,ucl expression, in
Wn Jion, when that chamLg els... of
numanity seems ousoieie.
Hho is ono at loakt who is left, and is of
the lovol ust tvno of woman, crowlnc old
very gracefufly. Sho is always dressed
with tho grtiatost care, and in portect
taste, and with her silver whito hair
dressed in masses of null' and curls,
looks like tho original of somo old French
picture. Sho loans back in thocattlago
us contented-looking as any bride, talkinR
tn lier husband, wlm l rAnnwinni f..r lilt
,)(.rf00t dovot bn to her.
I q,.1; ,,i.fln,iu , , . . .
Tho "luthllndor s reportod to havo
OOn OOll tbla niln.n. In ...I 1.1.1.
IIIHUU T.V ..... nillVUI III III1IIUB, WUIUI1
accounts, no doubt, for tho urbane- look
unon his counlunanco,
duo um innuruou nil 1110 wit anu intel
lect of her father Thomas II. llonton,
and people are wicked ecough to say that
SUO nas ail now iu iui! irluiiv, uuv ne anu
always says "John Is too mocltit and un-
assuming, and not appreciated," it is to
bo supposed tho finds untold wells of in
tellect in him which havo not been dis
covered by tho world nt large. Fromont
is still a favorito with tho Kupublicans
who voted for him in tho great campaign
of I80C. Ho is 08 years old.
The Itaptists of Klgin hope to dedlcato
their new church about tho first of July
Thero is to bo .1 grand convention of
Sabbath-School teachers of the State of
New York, In Plaltsburg, commencing on
Tuesday, Juno 13th, and continuing thrco
T.wo important religious bodies, tba
General Assembly of the Presbytcrianr,
and tho American Baptist Missionary
Union, hold their nnnunl meeting in Chi
cago lust week.
In tho Methodist Non-Episcopal Con
ference, which Diet in Fittiburg, I'u, last
week, some "now departures" wr taken
A petition from tho North Carolina Con
ference thnt members bo received into
tho church without baptism, was favorably
received, and tho committeo on Fmiialo
Ordination, reported in favor of ordaining
women for the ministry.
Illinois stands second in its contribu
tions to the American liiblo Society for
tho year ending March 31, 1871. Klovon
of the States contributed as follows: Now
York, $231,034,54' Illinois, $07,'210 02 ;
Ohio, ?,18'J71j Pennsylvania, $43,-
743 10 j Massachusetts, $37,404 80; Now
Jersey, $35,901 80 ; Connecticut, $24,-
4'J3 62; Indiana, $27.059 42; Iowa, $17,-
292 C5; Missouri, $13,105 50; AMsconmn,
Tho International Convention of Young
Men's Christian Associations, which met
on the ::tii int7 in asningion city,
sent tho following dispatch to the Queen
of England :
' The first International Convention of
Youiii: Mcii't Christian Associations of
tho United Hiatus and British Provinces,
offer her Majesty, Queen Victoria, their
ncartlelt congratulations upon too au
spicious roturn of her birthday. May the
neaco of Ood dwell in her heart, una the
God of peace bind Great Brituin and tho
United States in fraternal and perpetual
Judge Howie is a candidato for radical
nomination for the Marvland governor
ship. The Democrats of Iowa will hold their
Statu Convention in Des Moinca, on tho
l lth of June-
The President keeps threo military sec
retaries and Uncle Sam pay their sala
ries without a murmur.
Tho Prosident has withdrawn the nom
ination of Deputy Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue Douglass, for Commission
er of Customs, at that gentleman's request.
Tho rccusnntcorrcspondontsof tho Xow
YorK Tribune oro still confined in two
committee rooms, on tho uppor floor of tho
Sonato wing of the Capital, which aro
furnished in a luxurious manner and sup
plied with books, flowers, viands and su
perabundance or company, iney seem
to enjoy their martyrdom. It is pretty
well understood that tho treaty was sold
for two thousand dollars.
The next Presidential campaign is tho
principal topic of discussion among tho
leading Democratic Senators and Repre
sentatives, as well as tho Democratic pol-
iticiar.s now in "Washington, and a desire
scorns to by generallj expressed to sink tho
old issues and to take a new departure
which will be fully acceptable to the great
mass of the people. Tho old ideas aro to
bo purged from tho platform, and tho dis
position is goncralato present a vital, pat
riotic platform to tho country in 1872.
To this end tho recent Democratic address
U pointed to, and the resolutions of Val
landigham in Onlo a few days ago aro said
to bo only another step lu tho same direc
tion. It is stated on tho most excellent
authority that these two papers aro only
tho preliminaries to a gonoral accoptanco
of tho situation, nnd tho foundation of a
platform in 1872 which will mcottho most
advanced public thought and sentiment.
llerahl'a Washington Letter.
Tho rumors of tho romoval of Colloctor
Murphy aro again renewed by "Washing
ton correspondents. Tho Herald corres
pondent telegraphs o'n tho 23d as follows:
It is currently reported that Collector
Murphy dined with tho Presidont yestor
day, and has, for cortuin political reasons,
tendered his resignation as Collector of
tho port of New York. Tho purposo of
his action is founded, ll is said, on the
ground that tho opposition to his holding
tho ofllco embarrasses tho President, and
that ho had tho prlvllcgo of naming as
hit suecossor, Gonoral Chcstor o. Artnur,
who Is a personal friond of Mr, Murphy.
It is stated that tho nomination of Goneral
Arthur was mado out to-day at tho Execu
tive Mamion, and was among those sont
to tho Honato. General Porter, Presi
dent's Privato Secrotary, had left tho
"White IIouso with tho nomination, but at
tho instance ol General Ingalls a messon
..or wna aunt after him. and tho nomina
tion of Genoral Arthur temporarily vitlb
held. It will, howovor, bo sont to tho Hon
ato before tho ndjournmont.
Tho Nilsson troupo has disbanded for
Wilkio Collins is 47 years old.
Twolvo thousand Sabbath school chil
dren paradotllhrough tho streets of New
York on Thursday aftorncon.
George "W. Chllds, of tho Philadelphia
Ledger, is about to visit Europo for tho
benefit of Mrs. Child's health.
Wirt Hike, who was Ollvo Logan's
traveling comnanlon to California last
year, accompanies hor.to England in tho
same rolatlon, and his wifo lately obtained
a divorce from him for desortion.
During tho trial of Poster for murder,
his counsel movod tho arrest of tho editor
of tho aVttitne for contempt of court, in
publishing articles reflecting upon his cli
ent. Judge Cardozo refused to grant tho
The code is losing ground in tho South.
Carl Lehman gavo offenso to Mr. A. II
Herts, at a bull at Vicksburg last Friday.
Mr, Herts demanded an apology from
Lehman or Hhe satisfaction which it duo
from ono gentleman to another." Lehman
went beforo a justice and mado affidavit
that Mr. Herts meditated doing him great
bodily injury, whereupon a warrant was
issued for that gentleman's arrest. Mr.
Hert gavo bail fur his appearance.
Col. Charles S. Todd, of Kentucky, died
at tho residence of his grand-daughter,
Mrs. Posey, at Hatan Itouge, La., on tho
17th, at tho ago of 80 years. Ho was a
son-in-law of Gov. Isaac Shelby, of Ken
tucky, served through tho war of 1813, a
portion of tho time as aid-de-camp to Gen.
Harrison. Ho wtft a participant in Per
ry's victory, and at tho laying of the cor
ner stone of tho Perry monument at
Cleveland, two years ago, delivered the
address of tho occasion. Ho was minister
to Itussia during tho administration of
Harrison and Tyler.
Capt. J. O. Swift, of Hillsdale, Mich.,
says: "In tho biaio ot ow loric, in ion,
I gavo John N orris fivo dollars for mak-
ing me a pair of calf boots. Tbcy wcro
good boots, and I woro them for nico until
about 1840, and finally in 1844 I gavo
them their time, and hired Ira "Warring,
of Hillsdale, to make mo another pair,
hich I woro until 18i0. I.,am now sev-
cnty-ono years of ago and am. wearing my
third pair of calf boots, made lat ycr by
Andrew "Weir, of this city."
Gov. Palueh's mcssniro to tho called
session of tho Legislaturo is of consider-
ablo length, and Is n review ot ins reasons
for convening that body. Tho following
is a telegrnpliic synopsis ot ino message:
Provision must bo mado by law for tho
nnvmcnt of compensation of officers nnd
members of the Assembly. Tho necessity
Of rcirulotinc lees nml salaries is also
pointed out. especially of tho compensa
tion of Judces. He favors the totul
abolition of tho fee system, nnd tho sub
stitution of llxcd salaries for all. It
would simplify litigation and remove
mum- wrnni'n of tho present svstcm. As
regards the Penitentiary ho belioves tho
only plan is to rctuin control and
leaio tho labor, nnd hopes tho .Semite
bill will pass. Nothing has modified
h s general opinions on tho subject ex
pressed in his former message. Ho calls
attention to tho cutting of stono for tho
Stato House, which gives steady employ
ment toono-fourth of tho convicts, while,
to suspend work, would lcavo them com-
5aratively idle. Ho does not believe any
'onitentiary officer has intentionally dono
wrong, but wnnts an investigation mado.
Ho was unablo to get tho proper person to
make investigation. Tho necessity of an
Eminent Domain law Is Insisted on, es
pecially in caso ot injuries inflicted by tho
opening oi sireeis.
Nor does ho boliovo that opposition,
howover formidable, will relievo him from
calling attention to tho Stato House. Ho
belioves it clear that tho public interests
demands that tho work should bo carried
on. Ho belioves thero is no disposition on
tho part of any largo part of tho people to
tusDeod work on thoijtato Houso to await
tho result of the contest or wasto of
monev. Krlnt?fleld is a cood centre with
railroad communications. Tho pooplo of
Saugamon claim that tlioy havo oxponuou
money and have claims on tho Stato. If
it woro made an opon question it would
crcalo great excitement over tho Stato to
tho prejudices of all other public interests.
No practico is moro vicious than except
ing presonts from cities. Ho has been
ablo to flnd no fault in tho work.
Tho imnortanco of action on tho rovon-
uo question is also mentioned.
AVhilo not personally nwaro of tho ne
cessity for porks, yet ho finds a domand
for legislation on this subject, and, there
fore, includes them. As regards tho bills
lio has vetoed, ho is uncertain whether
thoy can bo proporly acted on or not. Ho
rctors to tno provision in wiu muiuuu
Stato Constitution, from which ours is
coplod, and dovotcs somo spaco to an ex
amination of tho subject.
I.e. Pallet savs : Tho spring toilets aro
simply charmtng, both in color and ma-
tcral. BllKS oi an tenuis aro mucn um,
Irisli poplin, cacliomiro, crcpo do UUiio,
tho Danish alpaca, silk sorgo, poll do
chovro, and a variety of mixed fabrics,
suitable to tho season, aro iu groat request.
lor first morning dross, tho soii-coioreu
twills nnd piques aro much worn for
young ladles. Thoy aro sometimes mado
wun coiorou uoruers 10 inu am-nutm,
which aro cut otl to trim the dress, In
plain bands or littlo quillings. Muny
washing drosses aro thus made, with pat
terns which can bo cut into tlounci's, and
usod to trim tunics, etc.
Costumus and morniiiLr dresses aro gen
erally mado with flounces on tho lower
skirt. A dropod tunic nnd small looso
jacket, opou at tho scams, with h small
lioou, II intended for oui-oi-uuur wear
The bodlcos of washing dresses aro gon.
orallv mado a little looso. and to roach be
low tho waist. Tho skirt is worn over
thorn. Thoy aro finished by a waistband
and small basquo. Tho sleeves for indoor
wear should ho coat-shaped. Thoso of tho
small jnckots aro wide, and trimmed to
correspond with tho rest of tho dress.
Tlio toilettes do villa and do salon aro
very elaborately trimmed with flounces.
fringes, bias folds, pipings, nnd nbovo all
Silk dressos aro invarinblv mada with
basques or points. Tho lighter materials
havo sometimes a round bodlco with
waist band, but a small basquo Is worn
under the band, looso from tho skirt.
Theso dresses mado without tunics" of
manteaux do cour aro always trimmed so
as to simuiato one of those styles. Tho
bodices of theso dresses aro oil mado
open square, on cccur, or on chalo.
which is a narrower and mora pointed
opening than tho heart shano. Tlio sleeves
arc generally wide. Thero is an immeuso
variety of shapes for open slcovcs, but
nono so fashlonablo as tho "Marl Antol
notto"and tho "Duchesc," tight to tho
ei now, wmi a inn.
Polonals will bo much worn In a vario
ty of materials, In whito poll do chovro.
alpaca, or silk serge. Over colored skirts
they will bo very pretty for morning cos
tumes, anu in uiiambcry gauze, crcpo do
irijine, anu wnuo muslin, both pMIn and
embroidered, will bo very recherche this
season. No material is mora elegant, and
from its high prico it can never becomo
Thoro aro many new thanes in bonnets.
but tho "ltopubllquo" and tho "Nou
vcau Itcgimo " aro tho favorites.
Straw will bo much worn both for bonnets
and tints this spring. Colored tulles and
crapes will bo tho favorito matcria's for
Thcio aro somo lovely flowers mado
this season for coiffures of all kinds; tho
best tasto is only to wear thoso really in
season. I railing cnrlands, bunches or
feathery crass, and very trnall w'ld flow
ers will bo very elegantly worn.
Wliltu straw bonnets trimmed with
black ribbon nnd colored flowers, aro very
ladv-liko and useful, as tho flowers can bo
changod in accordnnco with tho toilet.
Tho hats are much lower in tho crown,
and, altogether of a quieter style, both in
shapo and trimming. ,
Cheap and Uood Smoke llonae.
A western Now York farmor publishes
his plan of a email, cheap and good smoke
house, which, as it may contain somu
practical hints for our renders, wo append :
"No. farmor sbmid bo without a good
smoke houso, and such a ono us will bo
uro-proor and tolerably tccuro from
thieves. Fifty hams cun bo smoked nt
ono time in a smoko houso seven by eight
feet square. Mine is six by seven, and is
large enough for most farmors. I first
dug all the ground out below whoro tho
frost would reach, and filled it up to tho
sur.face with small stones. On this I laid
my brick floor in liino mortar. Tho
walls aro orieir, eigne inches thick, anu
seven feet high, with a door on
ono sido two toot wido. Tho door
should bo made of wood and lined with
sheet iron. For tho top I put on joists,
two by four, sl up edge wise, and eight
unit a liall tneuoa l;oin uunver vi ctmuir,
covered with brick, and put on a heavy
coat ot mortar. 1 built n small chimney
on tno top in tho center, arching it over
and covering it with n single roof In tho
usual way. An arch should bo built on
the outside, with a small iron door to shut
it up, similar to a stovo door, witli a hole
from the arch through tho wall of tho
smoke-house, and an iron gntu over it.
Tho arch is much moro convenient and
better to put tiro in, than to build a tiro in
tho smoke-house, and tho chimney causes
a draft through into the smoke-house.
Good corn cobs or hickory wood aro tho
best materials to mako a smoke for hams.
The cost of such a smokc-houso as I tie
scribo is about SS0."
The Pawnrd Actor.
Tho uelcbrutcd trngeiliun Cooke, being
onco in a "tight place," thus obtained
temporary relief. Ho wont into a pawn
broker h"p and said to his "undo:" My
namo is Cooko. This is my benefit night.
Tho manager can't do without mo. I nm
up for Ulchard III. I want somo liquor.
I havo no monoy. Now, I proposo to
hypothecate my royal person for ton dol
lars, anu you may lay mo on ono ot your
shelves. ' ino ioko was a qucor ono, ana
tho pawnbroker paid tho ten dollars, and
Cooko was laid up. Tho theatre that
night was crowded, and at 7 o'clock the
manager camo forward to apologize, stat
inc that, with tho consent of tho audi
ence, tho performance would commence
with a furjo. Ho had sont in differ
ent directions, but was unablo to find
Mr. Cooko iu tho city. Ho presumed tho
tragedian would bo forthcoming in tho
courco ol tlio next Hull hour. As tho
manager rotired, ho was told that a hoy
wished to soo him in tho green-room, iio
found tho boy, who presented a note writ
ten in ciphers, which no at length trans
"MyDur : lam pawned for 510 ; tend
and redeem mc, or it will bo Iniposalhlo for
Itk'hard to he himself to-nitlit.
" youra, Cooki."
Tho manucor started immodiptolv nftor
tho tlxed star, and found himself nicclv
shelved, with a pinto of crackers and
choeso and a bottlo of brandy by him. In
tlio uution-iioio oi ins coal was a paper
marked "No. 1,278, pawnod for 10."
Tlio amount was paid, a hack called, and
.nr. uooko anu tno manager returned to
tho theatre, whoro tho former had just
timo to dress and commence "Now is
tho winter of our discontent." etc. It is
said tnat ho nover played Richard hotter,
or received moro applause.
Fivi: .vYs to Destkuv Ants, 1.
Pour copiously, hut water as notir tho
boillnu point ns possible, down their bur
rows, and over their hills, and repeat tho
operation several limes.
'J, Kntrap tho ants by means of narrow
sheets of HitF papor, or strips of board,
covorcd with somo sweet, sticky sub
stance. Tho ants aro attracted Ly tho
swcot, and sticking fast, can bo destroyed
as often as a sufllciont number aro en
trapped. 3. Lay fresh bones around their haunts.
Thoy will lcavo everything elso to attack
theso, and when thus nccumulatod, can bo
dipped in hot wator.
4. Pour two or throo spoonfuls of coal
oil into their holes and they will abandon
6. Jlury a few slicos of onion in their
nests, and thoy will nbandou thorn.
Fohtv of tlio most intlucntiiil of ik-itli-orn
Democratic Journal Imvo oxprosscd
thoir sincere acquleacpnco In hII tlio ro
iiilU of tho war.
Hiiiil"rr ami John Ilii!I-Cln vrM le-
grcte Hint Ite Uiiti'i o in c
Sr.VATK Cham unit, May i!0. 1871.
Deak Mk. Field Mv duties will do- ,
tain mo her, so that I must content my-1
self with "baro imagination of tho feast"
iu miiitu you Kinuiy invito mo. i rcgroi
mucii uiat i ennnot bo with you." Say, u
you please, to your distinguished guest?,
that vo aro nil sorry to part with thorn,
mm mm lor myscil 1 venturo to liopo
that tho relations of good will and of ful-
icwtmp wnicn moy navo established tioro
will bo a now bond of concord between
our two countries. Hut I cannot pardon
them for returning without ecolni: Nia
gara and a pralrio. Sincerely yours,
CYKUS W. FIELD, Esq., N. V.
OHIO IiKVL'13, CLilltO.
FULTON k SON'S, - - Proprietor.
Aro Now In I'ull Operation.
Mosjm. Fulton k Horn are prepared tofurni
aJIklndof Flour of tho heat qim'lty, and alao
Mill Feed of all kind. Graham Flour, In aacka
or in Ic.s quantity, tnaile from the tert While
J UEORCJE 8TEI.V1EOUNI:
Cor. 8th St. nnd Commercial nr.,
ix tiii: pkuuy iiousi;
Khnrp larora. Clean Towel an tl Skill,
Ladien'and Children') Hair Cut and Sh.impoor.nl
either at tho nhopor
AT TI1EIK OWN HOMFJ.
(icntlcmon'it Whin kers nnd Hair Dyed maMieD
title mannor. nud aatlsfactlon guaranteed.
J SMYTH A CO.,
Alo, keep constantly on hand a mot com
plete Mock ot
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Woaeil exclusively lor Cash, to which I act we
iavitA tho attention of close bargain buyer
Hpeclal attention clven to filling orilera.
Q I). WII.TilAMSOX,
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
Npeclnl attention given to Conatgn
uienla and Filling Onlem-
W. Stratton. T.
THA.TTOX & 1HK1,
nccefiora loBttaUon, utvlaoa A Clark.
tS7 OHIO LEVEE
Agents ol American Powder Co., null
Manufacturer Agenta Tor Cotton Yarn
QARL L. THOMAS,
In prepared o do all klnila ot
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
COItNKIl COMMIll'I AI. AVKNIIK AMI
Cor. Slli St. A: Wiisliliigtou nvc,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
ll aupimra will! tlio 1 1't ntioct
Urocvrle, !reeii nml Pried "' fan
Dressed Poultry, fiesii Butte
ami every tliius oNo iiwlrd lor liimlly aupply
It la In ahort ou ot t" wit Mocked Krocurii" in
"'a ?nt'iniM',e'f puMlc palronuje i reapectlolly
Succo.f er to Parker A Plillln.l
Anil Dealer in
Flour, .Ileal, liny, Cora, OhIr,
It. W.Millh. DtiaT. Paaara
jyjILIiKIt .V IMKKEK,
FLOUR, CORN, OATH, HAY,
JVo. 58 Ohio licvee
J M. I'll 1 1. LIPS k CO.
(Biiccet'ori to K. 11. Ilendncka A Co.)
Mm:ilAI. AITANI!EM HADE ON CON.
BB"Aro prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all points, nnd buy anil well on com.
laarllnatnehs attended tn with Dromntnea.
LOSE fc VINCKNT,
u nn'i ueaiers in
Lime, Cement, Plaster Pans
Cor. mil Street uml Oliiol.oreo
FLO XT R
And Ag.)nts ol
OHIO ltrVElt AD KANAWHA
jnto. 70 ozzio xjZJTrxixi
OOD RITTi:. HOUSE,
HixcrsaoBa or Arias A Co..
General Commission Merchant
Xo. l'V.l Ohio Lovce,
TICKETS FOR SALE
F.IUK I'roiu vnriraol, I.ornloaderry
(llaNRow r liicUNtawn to Cairo
Summl, MorrU &, Cniidcc, At'a
I.IVKItroOI., KKW VOUK A .Ml nui.AUKi.ruu
Under conlraotwltli the United State and Brill h
lloveniinenta for eurr jinn the malla.
For I'lmoaBe Tlekeia or further laitimaAloa
pplrtoJUHN 0. OA I.E. Aceut. IS BaVadway,
NewToiU, or to II. MtttllT,
:10 WiubltiRton avooue, Cairo. IU.