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BY JOHN II. OBEHLY &
CATAWIIA OIUPR riM.lt.
CATAWIIA OKAPK PILL.
CATAWIIA UKAI'K ril.L.
CATAWIIA OKAI'E TILL".
CATAWIIA UllAI'K PIM.H.
CATAWIIA UKAI'K 1'II.I.H.
CATAWIIA flHAI'K 1'II.LS.
VLU1IJ KXTRACT MAnHATAKILI.A.
VLVW EXTRACT HAKHAI'AHILI.A.
rHHD KXTKACT HARfcAI'AHILLA.
KLUID KXTRACT MAKHAPARI LLA.
FLUID EXTRACT rURftAPAKtLLA.
KLUID EXTRACT HARM A PAR! LLA
flCID EXTRACT HAHIAPAI11LLA.
A Pit I L, MAY AND JUNK,
prsiry the blood.
In 'heta months
II ELM HOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT bAKHAI'A
Com all Eruptioos of ths Skin.
HtLVBoLD's FLUID EXTRACT HAR1APA
RILLA Corfu tne srorst form of Wood Irl.eases.
HELMBOLb'H FLUID EXTRACT HARMA PA
raltrt heavily Into ib Circulation of the
nrLitnoLD'n fluid extract rarsata-
Bsautlilca the Complexion.
All Powder- aat outward aptdKation destroy
' a, rpdr.B(( il tursn aud coarse. Look at
thesklauf old msids and those who hate used
such aoy leagtn of lime. Mr advice la to dl.
cootiuu tb-m, a ad im
UF-LMROLUH FLUID EXTRACT HARHArA
On bottle li equal In strength Uoi jrsllo of
the Syrup, or locinns a. u.ually made; and
win Ki added to a tiltit of water equals the
ea'eWated MSB'I.V HlflT DHI.NK. Try It this
way. A delightful baverag.
IIELUIIOLD'h CATAWIIA GRAPE PILLH
IIELMBOLD'H CATAWIIA DRAPE PILLH
A pleasant, safe ami agreeable Cathartic.
IIKI.MUOLD'h CATAWIIA URAPK TILLS
IT.ed In all afltctlons where a Purgative jfedlclne
IIKLMIIOLD'h CATAWIIA ORAI'K PII.I.S
Harmless u a child, and taken by children.
IIKLMHOLIl'ti CATAWHA flKAI'E PILLS
Snptrde Magnesia, Salts and every other I'ur
HKLMIIOLDS CATAWIIA GRAPE PILL",
Certain In effect, ami plea.snt Id operation.
iielmiiold'h catawda orapk pill
la not a )tented Pill.
HELM HOLD'S CATAWIIA OIIAPE PILLn
Arecoinposed ol Catattb (irap Juke and lluid
How Is proceed In the Spring and Summer
month, to in lire new lite, new Liood, e vigor:
Purchase two bottles of HKI.MHOLD'.H KAMA'
PAltlLLA ami one box ot PII.I.ri worth ihelr
weight In golii.
ro belter investment can be made tor r" small
IIELMnOLlVs FLUID KXTKACT BUCIiU
il aa acquired a world. ids fame.
ALL of my preparations are meritorious. A
wrtod of twenty years has proved this to bo
Be remarks made bjr Ilcnlamln Traverse, F. rt.
0. H. B peaking of those diseases, and diseases
arising from the excess of mercury, he state
that no remedy Is eqnsl to the Kxtract of iarsa
parilla, it power Is extraordli urr, more so than
any other drug I am acquainted with. It I', In
la the strkte.t sense, a tonic, with this Invaluable
attribute that it is anp'IcaUe 10 a statu of the
a. stem so auntten, and vet so Irritable, as ren
dsrs oilier subtanccs of tho tonic class unavail
able or iniurious.
sj REMARKS ot the OREAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEM OK AMERICA:
Wm. R. Warner Co.,
. 15 North Third street, Philadelphia, Pa.
H. T, Helmbolilt
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you on
having the handsomest and al the same tlmu the
Most Effective Pill that I hive ever known for the
purposes Intended. WM, It. WARN Ell 4 CO.
H. Ti Helmunld wilt remark, in conclusion, that
bis remedies are the result of long and careful
tady. The Fluid Extracts havo been before tho
publie twenty vesrs. The sale of them in that
lime proves their value. All hsvo been benefit,
ted I by thera who followed my instructions, and
to-day they stand unequalled In tho extent of
Ineir sale, and unsurpassed b sny medicament
In the Dispensatory of the United Htates, not
"P'lnpc a single Herb, Root, Plant, or Helen,
Pharmaceutical I claim all mlno to bo, and have
never patented a single one.
To dispel any Impression nr prejudice that
might exist In the minds ol many against my
P"V0D, fI.m "'0 Publicity given through
advertising, and that I am and have been a drug
g st for a period or twen y yenrs, and more con.
cluilvelj lo prevo this see fetter from the largest
manufacturing chemists in the world i
, . j .Nmber 4, 18.M.
I am acquainted with Mr, II. T. lUlmbold ; he
occupied the drag store opposite mv residence.
and was successful in rouductlng the husiness
where others had not been equnlly so before him.
I have bsen favorably Impressed with Ma charsc.
tsraad enterprise. WILLIAM WIGHTwAN.
Firm of Powers 4 Wightman, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth end Brown streets, Philadel
phia. ALL STAND OK THSIS ULIITS.
The Fill I have thought of oiferlog to the alma,
ted for ten years.
They ere now perfect, and I shall stake my
time, money and fame on their effectiveness.
Tke lovitlngatyl in which lha pill itself It made,
the bottle, Mbel, wrapper all show with what
care thiv hare been. prepared, After examina
tion, no English or French preparation will show
greater care, and I am really proud of them.
Insteaa of the nauseoua.looking, carelessly
prepared Pill Tended generally, and put up in
wooden boxes, and made generally, or otferod
by thoe hav.ng r.o experience as physicians,
druggists or manufacturers of medicines, test
the medicine offered by your obedient servant,
II. T. IIELMBOLD.
Crystal Palace Drug Store, No, 694 Broadway,
Palace Pnarmecy. Oilsey House, Broadway, and
, TwentT.Diwia sireei. mw sors.
Tens cle i i Pharmaev. Continental . Hotel. Phila
dslpbiat enii No. lOi 8onth Tenth elreet, Phil-
W. II, ll.ii I n. II. II. f'nmte
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Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
AHKKTS f 1,433 81U OU
'Store. ritMrifu Pumllii.. II. .1.
Cargoes Insured at rates as favorable as sound
permanent aecurttr will warrant
I reaneatfullv ask ol the citizens ot Cairo.
share of their patronage.
Office at First National Hank
TKUE.Vr IMl'IXO 1'iiAA:
A new and novel sjstem of Life Insitrsnce le-
renuv inirouuccn lv mo
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
or NT. LOl'IH.
lit. tUtm ...I.M Til. T.. ... - -.....!. U . i - .
- tin. rjnicui, jitr Ifimmuvr I. I II lllB.lt'U
as little cost as by the usual plans, and the pol.
ivj iiw, tri ,,-vf ,,r nu miiiuni iniercsi 01 soven
por cent, upon all the money p.ild by him lo th
Company ; his annual premiums thus rurmug
him as much as a government bond.
Tho plan ha. been thoroughly criticism anil
fully indorsed by the most eminent actusrli'
and skillful msthvinuticlans in tho land i indeeu
it has not yet l"n the subject ol imfnvurnMi'
iiiuii.iu.i ii. nu 1 1 "j" x.iiuiu ijiiaiiir,.
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY:
Northwest cor. Fourth Olivo Sts.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
AllTHUH li. IJAH11KTT, rrcsldont,
Bk.sm. "Williams, Secretary.
Raaks high In the list ot sound, thrifty Weslerr
Ithasassets mnro thun enough to coer itlln
llatiilltlos in addilio J tn tho caniisl.
It has ono hundred th'iiiiuiiu dollars ilepnrileu
with theHtateof Missouri ai a perpetual misr
antee to its policy holders.
It linn compiled fully with tho new laws ol die
Blate, which are quite as oxactiug and more riulil'
ly enforced than those of Eastern Htates.
It invests its funds In the West, among the
people from whom they are received.
management Is vigorous, skillful and n
Its annual income from the Interest alone
alrsady more limn yiithclent lo pay Its losses.
rfi.v!;f" JII'M upon the ordinar) life and eu
Jaidftiffl;?'''tr: rKt'l", Mi ,n-n-
The stock holder;, enn receive only ton per
?SSlv0.fJjfir",t0I,"",r c,P"al- bV iheerms oi
Thoannual dividends to policy holders are a.
ready greater than many old Eastern Companies
have ever been able to pay. 1 1
TheHtateof Illinois paid lost year about fot.r
million dollars tor Life Insurance.
Why send so much moner out ol U o. Sluic
eway lo New York an 1 New England for an aitirie
that may bo produced just as cheap'r (or more hi
at home 1
WOOD at LOW.
nptfOdnwtl AKent nt Celro.
The Senate adjourned sitio dio on
Saturday Kvetiing till next December
Wn.LAltl) Youso, a son of Hrig
liiim Young, haA heen nominated as en
det to the military academy.
White and llnmpdoll, the recalci
trant witnesses, who were in custody at
the Capitol were released by a vote of
tho rcnnto, 23 yen to 13 iinyu.
I.v the State Senate a resolution to
adjourn till June 1st, in order to L'ivo
mciuberH an opportunity to nscift in
the decoration of noldiers' graves, to
day, was lost.
It ia believed that Vice-President
Colfax will bo strong enough to leave
Washington for his homo iu Indiana on
Tbursda. Special arrangements arc
being made bv the Pennsylvania Cen
tral nnd other roads for his con
Oov. Seott, of South Curollnn, who ar
rived in Washington last week, had un in
terview with tho President, in which lie
laid that there was no necessity for put
ting the State under martial law. and that
there was a good state of feeling among
tho better clussei of citizens to put down
In the Mi'iachusctls Senate, on tho 10th
intt, tho matter of cheap rnilrond trniif
portntion a subject initiated through the
action of Mr. Jonah Quincy, and which
has been di'cusied at length in the I.ecii-
lature and the public press was finally
recommitted to tho Kailway Committee,
with instructions to report a bill requiring
ono or more rullroads to run trains at the
uniform rato of two cents pcr'milc.
At tho beginning of President Grant's
administration the bonded debt of .South
Carolina was only some flvo millions of
dollars. It is now nearly sixteen millions,
having ben mora than troblod. The con
sequent increaso of taxation has beenenor-
mou, though tho taxable vuluo of jiropcr
ty in the Stnto is lens than one-half of
what it was in W0. Tho fact thr.t tho
Stale U wholly in the hands of tho blacks,
who nro non-property nolder.s, accounts
for tl o increase in Its indebtedness, and
the burden of taxation which fnlU upon
tho whito properly noldorj. Tho latter
can hardly bu called tinrensouablo when
they risk that the whito tax-payers should
havo that shara In tho administration of
the State government to which their num
bers cntitla them. World.
That woman is not to bo shut out from
tho political arena nny longer, may bo re
garded as nn accomplished fact, since it is
reported that Mrs. Gen.Shorman is short
ly to establish n paper advocating tho
General and herself, or horsolf and tho
General, for tho presidency. It is furth
ermore alleged that the shrieking sister
hood concur heartily in this compromise,
and abandoning Mrs. "Woodhull, will
unite upon Mr. and Mrs. Sherman. Mrs.
Gen. Logan is expected to control tho
Grand Army of tho Kepublic, through
Gen. John A.; Mrs. Ulancho Ames is re
lied upon for her papa's influence, while
Vlnnio Kcam and Anna Dickinson aro to
do the stumping, to Anna boing intrusted
tho speaking and to Vinnio the curl shak
ing. Truly, this looks liko business.
Hurrah for Mrs. and Mr. Sherman, tho
woman's candidates. Ex.
Tho Presidont and his family leavo
Washington for Long Ilranch to.nuriow.
A daughter of Mr. David Scarolt, of
Jit. Vernon, O., was burned to death, "In
tho usual way," on Saturday last, by at
tempting to kindle a firo with coal oil.
Lorento Kogertf, a clerk in tho Post
Ollice at Galcsburg, attempted suicide with
a pistol on Friday last. It is riot yet
known whether tho attempt will bo suc
cessful. Un Saturday morning, a Gorman named
lltichin, living near Jacksonville, shot and
instantly killed his sou, Paul liuchin.
Tho father and son wero planting corn
and (lUfercd about tho manner of doing it.
Tho fathor was arrostod.
The shaft of a c6al mlno in Pittstnn, Pa.,
toek flro on Saturday. Thirty-sovon men
wero inside, and though in groat danger,
it was thought they might bo saved.
Great excitement prevailed around tho
It is understood that a number of the
Hoard of Indian Pcaeo Commissioners
will bo tent to feed tho starving Apaches
in Arizona, as soon as thoy can bo brought
in upon tho reservations.
Wm. II. Clark, news editor of tho Hal
tlrnoro .Vim for tho past twenty years, died
at his residence in llaltimoro on Sunday
afternoon, llo waa llfty-thrce years of
age. In all tho relationi of llfo ho wan an
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 30.
exemplary gentleman and universally pop
ular ui a Journalist.
The friends of tho union of Canada
with tho United Stales will hold a conven
tion at Niagara Falls on tho -1th of July.
Two delegates from each Congressional
District In tho United States, and two
delegates from each Parliamentary Dis
trict in all tho Hritlsh Provinces will com
pose tho convention.
The Ctlca Observer is nnswcrablo for
two statements In regard to tho miscreant
Just executed. Tho first is that P.ulofT
made known to his counsol thnt his asso
ciates In tho crlmo for which ho was hung
wore also his victims, their drowning be
ing not accident, but tho great criminal's
own work. Ho committed three murders
tho night ho killed Morrick. Tho second
fact is that llulo(I had the hardihood,
pending his trial, to proposo to his counicl
still another murdor, the killing of the
principal witness against him, and gavo
tho narno of a desperado iu New York
who would do tho deed.
The June number of the Eclectic Jaj
azine is at hand, and is embellished with a
lino portrait, excellently engraved on
steel, of Professor Darwin. A sketch by
tho editor in tho lcttor-prcss gives thu
leading evonts of Darwin's life, and "The
Deacent of mnn," tho title of his last took,
s also tho tltlo of a very humorous poem
reprinted from lilackxcood.
The tablo of contents presents about
twenty excellont articles, in which tho in
structive nnd tho nmuslng receive equal
attention. "The Political Future of
Furopo" is a masterly synopsis of present
political tendencies in Europe; tho author
ofGinr's baby" treats us to "Two solu
tionrof a great Problem." There is a very
fine critical essay on "Mr. Tennyson's
Poems;"' and besides them, there arc, "A
cck in Paris after the Peace," "Modern
St. Pauls," "A Minaturo Sun," ' Cliango
and Progress in Japan," "Home under tho
Xcw Regime," "Tho Dutchman at Homo,"
The author of "That Heathen Chinoo,"
and "Journeys in Central Africa." Tho
flvo Kdilorial Deparmcnts are, as usual,
full of miscellaneous information of all
sorts. "Putty," the now ftory, becomes
more interesting with every instalment.
Published by Jt. H. Pelto.v 103 Fulton
Street, New York. Price SO per year;
single copies 40 cents.
The Juno number of Scrilntr'x Monthly
contains no less than elirlit illustrated ar
ticles tho first iu importance and interest
boing tho second pnper by Gov. I.angford
on "Tho Wonders of tho Yellowstone."
So extraordinary aro tho phenomena that;
tho accuracy of thu account would cer
tainly bo doubted were it not thoroughly
authenticated. Wo havo hero pictures
and description; of tho singular slnto for
mations which wero reported to bo relics
of n lost race; a "Hirdi-evo viow of tho
Geyser Uasin," "Tho Grotto Gevscr.'
"Crater of tho Catlo Geyser," "Crater of
tho Gunt Goysor," "Tho Iluoliivo Geyser,'
and tho magnificent "Glatcss Geyser,"
which throw a stream of boiling water to
tho rcmarkablo height of 200 feet. Twenty
excellent illustrations accompany this in
teresting article. Another very valuable
and intcrtaining artiulo is Mr. Twoinbly'a
description of the St. Louis Ilridgo, one of
the greatest engineering undertakings of
the age. Tho mastery of tho Mississippi
is only being accomplished by tho utmost
skill, energy, and perseverance. Money
and human life are boing freely spent in
tho conquest, the methods of which nro
hero fully and curiously explained and pic
America being thus graphically repre
fontcd as to her strange natural features and
business and engineering enterprise othor
illustatcd articles are do voted to Luropcan
subjects. "William Wells goisips pleasant
ly, with tho aid of fourillustrations, about
"Lights and Shadows of tho War;" thcro
is an illustrated sketch of "Tho Mother of
tho Emporor William ; and a very enter
taining account of "Leipsic and its Fair,"
illustratod by tho author, Prof. Kmmctto.
Samuol W. Dutlield furnUhos a witty and
earnest article on "Tho Freodom of tho
Pulpit," in which ho takes i very dill'ercnt
viow from that presented by Mr. Wilkin,
son in his recent paper on tho "Uondago''
of the samo. Mrs. Ullphant continues nnd
concludes her admirablo novuletto of "No
rah: Tho Stcryof a Wild Irish Girl;"
Miss Traflon furnishes another powerful
story: "Tho shadow that Came lletwcon ;
and in "Wilfrid Cumbormodo" McDonald
has somo vory characteristic talk about
tho ministry, tho law, and tho mystery of
Death. Louis Brooke's poem, "Thrco
Loaves from a Story," has threo graceful
and poetic designs by Miss Hallnck ; J. T.
McKay's poem, "Making Port," has tho
real sea swing about it; and Mr. Piatt's
"Clothes of a Ghost" is weird and sugges
tive Dr. Holland in "Topics of tho
Tlmo" writos about "Living with Win
dows Open" and tho "French Republic ;"
"Tho Old Cabinot" contains "Tho Conceit
ed Man'1 and "Two Weddings," and other
editorials aro on English Pauperago ;
Wagner in tho Howory, tho Kindergarten,
etc. Tho Etchings by Hopkins aro vory
clover, and toll "Tho Story of tho Capture
of Pogasus.'' Thu numborcontains noarly
fifty pictures and is extremely attractive
Tho Baptists of Elgin hopo to dedicate
their now church about the first ot July
Uellevllte Attnckrit-l'rlsoners Cap.
tureil-I.saderii Arrested-ItelRlan Ei
tratlUlon-Oliellali Intact InsnrRentn
Hurreuderetl-The Archbishop of Pur
ls, Abbe Dngurrl nnd Hlitjr-tvro Other
Hostage Shot Fearful Cast of the
VEIISAII.I.ES, May 2G Noon. Ilcllc
villo was attacked this morning. Bat
teries of marine guns were posted in Mon
mantro, which at tho samo time firod down
upon Belleville. Tho lots of government
troops was twelve hundred, that of tho In
surgonU immense. Sinco sundown, "0,000
prisoners havo been taken, including a
number of debauched and foul-mouthed
Courbttt poisoned himself after he was
captured. Ilochefurt and Assy aro to bo
tried by a civil court as criminals.
Tho Belgians havo arrested several Beds
and telegraphed to tho government hero
that thoy will hold them at its disposal.
Tho Honoro obolisk in tho Placo do la
Concorde is still intact, though the statues
havo been destroyed.
Wherever troops catch insurgents the
slaughter is frightful.
Tho fato of the Archbishop of Paris is
To-day six thousand insurgents surren
dered in n body.
Assy is badly frightened nt tho prospect
of his trial. Tho insurgents still hold
Bcllovillcd, Poro La Clmlte, -Monllmor-tant
Vkksailleh, Sunday noon. Tho insur
gents yesterday shot tho Archbishop of
Paris Abbo Dugurri and sixty two other
hostages remaining iu their possession.
Tho troops had previously captured Lar
ouquetto and saved 1G9 hostages detained
President Thiers, in a circular, gives
tho details of tho capture of the bights ot
Belleville, and states that tho insurrection
is now compressed within a space of a fuw
hundred yards between tho French and
Prussian armies. Tho remaining insur
gents must now dio or surrendor.
Vehsailles, Sunday evening. Thoin-
surrection is completely suppressed. Not
ono band of tho insurgents is loft. There
aro a great number of prisoners.
Veusaili.es, May 28. Tho remainini:
insurgents surrendered unconditionally at
nino o'clock this morning.
The slaughter on Saturday night was
awful. Altogether, tho Bunorcsslon of tho
Connnuno has cost ovur sixty thousand
lives, and tho destruction of a third of
Thcro aro rumors of awful cruelties by
tho Versaillists, who aro reported to havo
shot men, women nnd children found witli
arms in their hands.
Provision trains aro entering tho city.
Thcro is great rejoicing within and with
out the city ior tho termination of tho
Why the Mnrquls at Ilute ha Never
sicru i-rrsruicu lo lie ell Victoria.
'I lie Catholic lioro of "Lothair," tho
young -Uarnuis ot iJute. a llioueli ndmir.
ted to bo tho ereateH "catch" inntrlmnnl.
ally speakinir. in Great Britain, nmlnnnnf
me inr'un una owners in tlio realm, has
never yet made his respects to tho Ouenn
at court. I his slngulur circumstunco is
now accounted lor by tho tho Court
Journal, which states that tho young
Marquis promised his mother on her
death bed never to permit himself:
to be presented to Queen Victoria.
Tho reason of this extraordinary
promise, which tho Marquis has religiuusly
kept, is to bo found in tho implacablo
hostility of tho Marchioness to tho Queen.
xno lato -uarcnioncifB ol uulo was tho sis
ter of Lady Flora Hastings, tho young and
beautiful maid of honor, whom Queen
Victoria, thon a girl of eighteen, sutlercd
soon after her accession to tho throne to
bo driven from her presonco, and hunted
to death by slandors long since disproved.
Tho cold and cruel conduct of tho young
sovereign nt that timo tho family of tho
victim had never forgotten or forgiven.
Whon tho Queen somo vears ain visltn.1
Rothesay Bay in hor yacht, and lay for
sovoral days in sight of thu superb rcsi-
uenco oi mo .Marchioness ot IJute, Mt.
Stuart House, tho Marchioness not only
rofrained from attempting to nav hur
court to tho Queen, but actually ordorcdjall
the blinds of tho windows iu Mount Sttiiut
Houeo to bo kep closed so long as tho roy
al yacht lay within sight of them. Timo
has not softened in thoson tho bitter sonsn
of injustico which hardened tho mothor's
heart. It is oven said that horror at tho
notion of being obliged to consider Queen
Victoria tho head of his church nlavs nn
small part in inducing tho Marnuis of
Buto to abandon that church for tho com
munion of Bomo.
Summer In a Curlier.
Dear, gonerous summer is at hand, of
all seasons most lavish and loving. Hur
full lap holds tho blossoms of a world ; her
prouigai iingors. scatter tiowors on every
sido, by dusty highways, on mountain tops,
in deep, secluded dons. Tho daisy's snnw
sho piles in the meadows, and tinces n
million fields an onco with l'oUI of Imttnr.
cup and red of clover.
But nono tho loss docs she find limn for I
humhlo nooks, unnoticod spots of earth, j
And to us who havo but a tiny corner, a I
narrow back yard in which to do her horn- I
ago, shu comes as truly nnd as allluentlv j
as to palaco gardod or wido savanna.
do wo drop a few seeds, insert a twig I
Immediately hor warm hands descend In !
blessing. Flowers havo no airs, no prido
of rank or placo to koop up. Magnonotte
will bloom und violets nestle, roses open
I.!.. ...e... i i .. ' i ..i 'i.., '
iii j'ui.miii'u jii'iins, iiiuriiiiig-giurit'i
climb and twiuo, and lilies rearu their
stately heads as gladly in ono place as an-
diner. lilvo them hut earth, sun, and
their beautiful opportunity, and nothing
will thuv caro thai tho famllv wash fians
on tho lines ovor their heads, or that but a
poor board fence separates them Irom tho
next door ash-hcop.
o let m tKo courage wo wno, pent in
cities and narrow lives, feel sometimes
that the summer Is not for us. Tho uni
versal -Mother knows no distinctions. Wo
nro all aliko horj, and for ovory smallest
nu to nor loving mission sno is roauy to
glvo tenfold recompense, nnd
"Mke tho world innru tweet."
Of the treaty or Washington, a dis
patch dated at the capital, 27thinst.says :
"Tho treaty of Washington was sentfrom
horo yesterday to Now York, nnd will go
from thcro by tho Inman lino to-morrow,
for tho purpose of an oxchango of ratifica
tions. Minister Schonck will receive it
thrco or four days after his arrival in Eng.
land, and an exchange of ratifications will
bo completed in tlirce or four weeks. The
process of exchanging ratifications seems
to be littjo understood. Two copies of the
treaty wore signed by tho commissioners.
ono of which was sont to London, and ono
placed beforo tho senate by tho president.
Tho sonato having consented to tho treaty,
mo president nnu sccrcicry ot staio attach
their signatures to the copy, and when
Mnistor h'chenck rcccivn it hn will nr.
chango this copy having tlio signaturo of
uiu president, ior annomar conv which
will bo sicned bv tho Oueon. When ox-
changed, tho copy having been received,
it will be promulgated by tho president In
a proclamation, and its provisions will
bo fully In force."
I-xeciitloii ol' a Murderer.
Charles Eackcr was excuted at Fonda,
N. Y., on tho SMtli instant, ."or tlio murder
of Thomas E. Burdic. Eackcr maintained
n firm demeanor throughout tho proceed
ings. Upon thu Shcritl'askinii: him if ho
had anything to say why tho scutenco of
death should not bo passed, Eacker re
plied, in n low tono ot volco : .Notwith
standing that is tho sontance of tlio law. I
am guilty ot no crime, and am .willing to
submit to it." Aflcr a nauso of a minute.
ho spoke to tho Sheriff in a whisper, say
ing no uiu not want a cap placed on his
head. Ho was then told to rise, and step'
ping nsido laid his hands unon the coffin
Tho nooso wns then adjusted und his limbs
bound with straps. At 1 p. in. tho .Sheriff
again spoKo lo &acl;or, asking him if he
had anything further to say. Ho was un
derstood to respond in tho negatve. Tho
Sheriff then cut tho cord nnd Eacker was
launched into eternity. Ho went up nnd
then descended with a heavo thud, swing
ing to and fro for n few minutes, but thero
was no visible struggling.
Mr.U. E. Robinson lost somo six
hundred dollars on tho night of tho -Oth
Inst..; which was in tlio hands of -Mr. Robt.
Marion, who was on his way to St. Louis
to purchase goods. Mr Marion stopped
in thu Perry Houso in Du Quoin to await
tho arrival of tho train for St. Louis, and
had tho money taken from him in tho
night, by somo unscrupulous wrctcli who
entered tho room through tlio transom
over the door. Hon. W. .1. Allen was in
tluo'm t lima, nnd reportoil tlio
nuovo lacts. .Murjuiysouro Argun.
SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep eountaiitljr on h.iiul a inot com.
plete ttoek fit
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Calabaw
We sell exclusively for Cash, to which fact we
Invito tho attention ot clo.o tar.Un buyers
Special attention clven lo filling orders.
Q D. WI1YLIAMSOX,
No. Ohio Levee.
Npoclnl attention irlvvn to Consign
UK-iits mid I'llllnc Order
W. Btrattnn. T. Ilird.
way I'lirrAV a. in mv
a a a a. a sa. aaaaaar,
accessor toKtrntton. Hudson & Clark.)
CO MMISSION MERGH ANTS.
G7 OHIO XjX2'V3ri33
Ak't"t ol American I'owiler Co., nuil
Mitiiiifaclnrpra Sicenls lor Cotton Yhi-u
Cor. 8lli St. & Washington nvc,
Cairo. - - - Illinois
Is su.iirii with tho IrenliOKt
flrorcrlM, Ureeit anil UrleJ "nil Can
Dressed Poulty, fresh Butte'
And everything el needod lor family supply
It Is In short un ol tho hest stocked groceries in
Hie dir. , ..-A
A coiitlriiiaoenf pulillq patrolmen is resiiecttutly
DAILY PAPER IN KGYPT.
fSticcossorto Parker . Phllln.l
Anil Dealer in
Flour, Meal. liny, Corn, Onln,
It. V. Minrs
jIf.LEK A: IAKKi:2t,
I I.OUK, COn, OATS, HAY,
Jfo. 58 Ohio Iacvee
OA I HO. ILLINOIS.
J M. I'HH.UPS&0.,
Successors to K. n. Hendricks i Co.J
"Wlievrx - Boat
f.IHF.RAI, AlsVANCKN MAUK ON CON.
sWAro prepareil lo recolva, sUira and forwairt
freight to all points, and buy and sell on com
altuslnes attended to with oromidness.
QI.OSE a VINCENT,
and dealers in
Lime, Cement, Plaster Pans
Car. Mlt Street ami OliloLcTCO
And Agonts ot
OHIO 1UVEK AM) KANAWHA.
Xo. 70 OHIO IiBVBS
PfccriiSOBK or AvisM.t Co.,
General Commission Merchant
No. 13S Ohio Ecvcc,
TICKETS FOR SALE
r'AHK from verpool, Londonderry
UIkow o' ttnccuatown to Cairo
Muil'ortl, StorrU & Cutidce. Ar1'
MVKItl'OOI,, KRW VOIIK AMI lHILADL'.rHU
Under contract with the. United Htates and British
Uoyernments forcarryinglhe malls,
tor l'nsaiie Tiokeis or further Information
B ply to JOHN a. DALE, Agent, 15 UWtsfeay,
New toiU, erto il. MOBWrT1
'.'H WaihlhRton aveauo. Cairo, Ills,