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PHCENIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street & Com'r'l Ave.
I Have Opened an
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, STATIONER V,
. And Toilot Artioloa.
; i , , To Which I Call the Attention of the Public.
will niiiKc (ho accurate compounding nf physLuns prescriptions a --
t',l'l,) O. E. 0'IIAItA.
W'EUXIisDAV. OemUr '.'I. IS77.
arid (or mAv one cur cabbage mi l one ear
tauikraiit, at IV. M, Cuudirt, 17 Eighth
M Working cliHM r.v For Knlr.
One Plainer and Muteher, one Mi nding
plainer, one Kitrfacer and one (Jigsaw
machine, fur which I will Uke lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
'.M I hi .1 AM 1.8 ItKJ I , I'lllll, Ills.
The New York metro I Just In receipt
ol a new line of new tuHr', very law,
Call ami obtain price. riO-.'lr
fh r.aropvMB Hold - Hrilm nun In
Mrs. Hurry Walker, .n.ul. tim ot
the European llolel, living well aware
of the atrlngeucy of money, has n duced
rate to all win may wi-h regular ho
to sixteen dollars per month or lour dol
lar per week, for day board, la eon
notion wltii the European Hotel U a
first flaw restaurant where oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be (u-ry-rd
at all hours (luring day or night. Of)
HUHurrt aad f miry KimmU.
Mm. C. McLean, Eighth Mreei In
(.ween WnMliluvton aud Commercial
avenuea, is Just In receipt uf an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery ' and
Fancy lioods ol every kind. Among
other article wenuy mention that she
It telling tine black straw hats in all the
UJest styles at from 40 to SO cents, ele
gant pattern at prices lower than was
ewv offered to the trade; flowers and
feathers Irora 10 rents to $1; silks and
velvet in all the new shades at prices to
ult. in the hosiery for ladies and child
ren line her stock Is not equaled by any
cUwr establishment in the city, and she
ajktllM) ladies to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the same kind ot
goods can be bought elsewhere in this
market. Hhc solicits an examination or
'tut stock aud prices, bulieving that she U
prepared to please all whom may favor
tier with a call in both. Ladies desiring
to have hats preS"d tin have the same
lone for from W to 31 cents. -7tf
a t ;.w or iiik i'kicks a i
pkttjs & bird's
)4 U.t V.dllViiTN AVK,
JO Id Amber '. fcutfar $1 0U
JO lb X. OrleniiH 1 00
i tt, Kiflfofl.-c. 1 Ot)
f it While Sugar 1 DO
i lb Soda 23
i liuxr Matches S3
.larch, (K-r pound 00
it Itars Son -j
toal Oil. pur gallon S3
. A&1 all other goods very cheap.
IfAlso, Just received, a choice lot ot Pure
rtploes. Mustard, Knjltsh Table Sauce
Call and see us. 2UH
AT THfc SANE UL ft r ..
'HielirS IlliMWir bul Mttlxon
.'Jr. K. Uatson desires to announce to
the citiaens ol Cairo and the surround
ing country, that he has returned Irorn
California, and again casting his lot In
Cairo, has opened a new stock ot BOOTS
A VP SHOES at the same old stand, No.
144 Washington avenue, between Eight
and XlaUi streets, where, while thanking
ids old friends tor their past patronage,
tie desires to shake hands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need In his line. His
stock Is coming right In evory clay, and
the.best tho market affords. All are
nvlted to call. 27-1 m
Mi. L. J. penm.
No, lid Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, calls the attention of the ladies to
tier large slock of fall and winter millin
ery, ot the latest designs, which she Is
dally receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,
sho will hold her
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladies to call and examine her goods.
As her stock Is large and complete vis
itors ran rest assured of finding her
Atock to suit the most tastidious, and she
will take special orders for anything that
may not be lu stock. Ocl l-lm
(Kd. Itraxton has returned to his old
tand In the tielscr building, where he is
better prepared than ever to nocommo
late his patrons and the public who
may furor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In titling up a
sonpb) of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
' John Antrim
is the only agent for Wilson Ilros.
celebrated shirts. A full line of samples
on band; measures taken and a perfect
lit. glycn. 4 This house . Is an
ofi one, and it needs no comment. The
name Is enough. 1 will guarantee a good
ft and material, and at prices as low as
nf hmis WPt or east. 73 Ohio Iotcc.
: " :it.
Entire New Stock of
j - llu-iiie-isiii llie poli.-e courts iiiiu',
- New li nn-and Kreskla-I It.icon al
, i he .i w York lore. ."iC'-:it
Ui. member the r. .iicu i. ulel oiaiorio
at 1 1 10 athcneiim to-nlht.
M.iJ. Ilihkte, who went to Xi-w 'ork
two weeks ufo, hns returned.
- Miss, lenniH ilflvenk, mrer so ab
sence, of six week In Ohio, lm returned.
Miss Frauklc Kexford lett for Car
bnnJain on Sunday, to attend the Norm
al l.'nlverslty at that place.
An election of olllcers f'ortheeiiulr g
quarter will lie held by the KxccMnr
Literary and Social Society this evening,
It Is the dnly medicine I would gle
to my Hahy, a mother said, 'peaking of
Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup. At. all drug
Mores, 2.1 cents,
- Klcetlon tickets will h printed at the
Hi'i i.ivim ollli'o for one dollar per thous
and. Send in your order.
- ThoiMind of the most prominent
and intelligent persons throughour the
lmd have tcktilled to tne true- merits of
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. V; nitvl.-e
sufl rs to lle it.
- The rw nf .fohn W. Wnlker, on a
i hare el sediletloii, h is Lei n brought to
this rounty on u cliuiige ol enue
Walker was In the circuit court room
yesterday. His confinement in the
county Jail Ins bleached him consider,
I'lirents cannot be too careful In
guarding the health of their babies. Only
a good and reliable medicine should be
given to them. Br. Bull's baby syrup Is
known not to contain anything Injurious.
Trice 2.1 cents.
Dr. ltynoll-, th,; "jrcit Teiuperaneo
Jltforiner, will arrive in Cairo some time
early in November and remain four or
five days. Dr. Hcynolds Is one of the
most celebrated temperance workers in
the country, lie will be followed by
other noted temperance agitator whoso
names will be given in due time.
Mr. LuJwIg. at the harness and col.
lar manufactory, No. ll!i Commercial
avenue, is now offering the celebrated
Turlcy Hure Collar, which Is undoubt
edly the best collar now in use. Mr.
Ludwig a.-ks the owners of horse to call
and examine these collars, bte his ad
vertisement in another column.
I liree roughs entered John Hcceher's
salooii yesterday morning and did not
conduct themselves in a manner becom
ing to an orderly house, and were ac
cordingly given the . H. by the better
half ot the proprietor. They were
employes of the Mississippi Central rail
roada baggageman, dispatcher and
We call atti'Q'ion to Mr. 1. Walder's
card in another column in this issue of
the Bci lktix. Mr. Walder has detir
mlncd to go out ot the clothing business,
and offers his large and varied stock of
clothing and gents' furnishing goods at
and below cost. Tartlcs In search of
bargains will do well to call on him. He
will suit tt:cm both in price and quality
Arrangements lor the concert and
oratorio to take place to-night and to
morrow night have been completed.
The young ladies who have the nflair in
charge are noted in the community for
their musical tallent, and we have every
reason to believe that their efforts to get
up a tl rat-class entertainment will be sue
ccssful. All who have the time and the
means should attend.
Mrs. S. Williamson Is marking down
her goods, and is now selling straw bats
at prices lower than ever. She Ls now
oflerlng hats which heretofore
sold at 75 cents to one dollar, for
33, 40 and 30 cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Her stock of
flowers It very large and range from 10
cents to $2 In price. The price lor press
lng and remodllng straw hats has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 und 30
cents. Mrs. W, Invites all inspection of
her 'Oods and prices. tf
Died, October 2;ld, IS77, at 2:30 a. in.,
Maude, inlant daughter of P. J. and Rat
tle Thistlewood, aged three years, two
months and twenty-eight days. The
font ral will take placo from the family
residence on Washington avetmo near
Twelfth street to-day at 2:30 o'clock p.
m. A special train will leave the foot of
Fourteenth street for Villa Ridge at 3
o'clock. Friends and acquaintances ot
the family are Invited to attend.
We this morning reprint a lengthy
article from tho New Orleans Tunfs on
the grain trade In which Cairo is desig
nated as the "Buffalo of the Southern
route" to the seaboard. The article will
attract the attention of the business men
of ( airo as It speaks ot a subject In which
they are all deeply concerned. Alter
years spent in trying to induce St, Louis
to pay some attention to the grain trade,
New Orleans is beginning to learn that if
any considerable portion ot the grain
products of the great Northwest ever
finds It way along the 'Southern route"
to the seaboard, it must ho throngh
sonic other channel than St. Louis.
Circuit court convened on Monday
morning. The first halt day was taken
np in hearing motions and entering or
ders, and It was late Monday Afternoon
before the first case was called. The
first case tried Was Joe ftinlth vs. the
steamer n. S. Turner. Fniltli rented the
bar uii the nboK linjt tm true y.ui, but
at the end ol lour or five fiioulb-Ihc boat
changed hand and Smith's contract u i
niinullcil, Smith wants damage.-. (viug
to h'kui:g in the family of M. I', (.ilbcrt,
oucol tho attorney lor the boat, the
cane was continued till lhU morning. At
the adioiiruiuciil ol cuuitlasteviulug lliu
case ol ,;-acl r. Wiliixm.iju w.i oit
Having taken charge nf the. grocery
C'tabll'litiiciit ut the corner nl Four
teenth street and Wa-diliigloii avenue,
and put In one nf the l.irge.-l and be I
a 'oiled atotk-of l.iuiily groceries, i vi r
exhibited iu Cairo, Mev-r-. I''l'u A
lllnl aiv uoiv iccl.v lor bn inc-1', an I in
vite tin 'attention of the public to Ihtir
huii-e. They h ive given special iiltcn
lion to tin: selection (if
tin t r goods, aud liaviui' purchased
for c:isi are prepared to compete
with any other house in the
city on -ugar, i-nllc, fyrups,
teas haiiH, bacon, canoed good-, and in
fact everything in the grocery aid
provision line. They will always keep
oti hand choice iresh butter, egg'', and
all kind of country produce. They will
deliver goods In any part ol the elty
free of charge anil on short notice.
.Messrs. 1'uttis A llinl solicit a -h ire ol
the p ilroliagi! ol our eill.ellS, believing
that they can give them bctt r bargains
than -an l(c obtiiiiedelsewh' re. lm
Just received choice line ol iieiv stile
Prints In gold audhlnck a! the
.Vi-.'lt Xr.w Yoi:K S'luiir.
Hurt- Kolilun t irruit.
The Auburn Ifcmhl says of Burr IJob
LiiiH' great eireu-: The amusement-going
public have lor years been satiated
and weaih'd with the stereotyped, worn
on: performances, and tedious, monoto
nous similitudes which have characteri
zed the various traveling shows Irom one
is -n i'ti-r. A new deparurc in
ui-.i !i c- will the advancement id the
age ueecsiitates u change. Frc.-h diver
sities are essential new, novel and con
stant changes are required. .Mr. Hurr
Robblns, to meet this demand, has revo
lutionized the show world,
and inaugurated a new ere
in the profession, in addition to the ttvo
combined menageries, containing every
known species of animals, bea-U, rep.
tiles, monsters ot the sea and birds ol
the air, a grand double "irons Company,
composed of Artists of the Creat Ameri
can and lient.'s Koyal (iennnii Circus
has b:eu added in a .series ol entertain
ments varying entirely from the old
routine manner of shows, chinning,
sensational art-niu scenes, avoiding nil
tt He and objectionable teat tire--. The
clowns are incomparably ttiu most orig
inal, witty, musical, ami grotesque dis
ciples ol .Moinus ever witnessed. Kvcry
thing is pungent and brilliant, and each
difh-r in the diffusion of their humor, sa
tire, caricatures, and comicalil'c.
The collection ol animals and uiii-euiii
attractions are complete, and include a
collection ot wonders never belere exhibi
ted. Many novelties have been added,
promiueiil uiuuiig which arc the tensa
lions, a eiii)el of huiuaus wiio live like
llh in the water. To exhibit these phe
nomena .Mr. Kobbius has enormous crys
tal tanks, tilled with water, containing
over forty barrels.
The entry into town of this world ol
wiimlers i ujarkedjwith a new and praise
worthy accessory. In addition to iho
most grand and extensive slreit parade
evir seen, there is what is called the
Spectacular Allegory and Living
Tableau Carnival, containing the most
reiuigcnt and patriotic display, teeming
with novel, artistic and grand auxiliar
ies. It is truly a moving national pnnor
ratna ol historic events, represented by
art and nature.
The papers published iu towns where
this show has exhibited aru liberal in its
praise. They pronounce the animal col
lection the largest shown under canvass;
and thev are chaatc and pure in character,
and heretofore unexcelled.' '
It will pay every nun, woman and
child within a radius of lorty miles, to
see the show and give the day to Instruc
and lor sale one car cabbage and one car
saurkraut, at W. M.CunJill, 17 Eighth
At Nehociuuej cr.
Mr. Charles Sehoenmeyer has received
a large lot ol tho celebrated Cobdcn cider,
(spiel wiin) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold in this
city. Families desiring It can procure
this cider In quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties. Persons desiring cider by the bar
rel can have their orders filled by notify ing
Mr. Sehoenmeyer at his saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Sehoenmeyer has also just
received a consignment of the celebrated
Calilornia . Riesling wine, which Is
tqii.il to any Rhino wine. This
winn Is manufactured from the
ceh brated German grape, aud has no
superior in the country. And further, he
keeps Moerlelns' beer, the best made,
and a lull line of choico liquors and ci
gars. Call mid see Charlie. Ho is al
ways glad to sec his friends, and will be
lound ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
Just received another shipment of
Creamy flutter, strictly choice, by the
tub or lbs, at the New York Stohf.
In this city, Tuesday evening, nt 7
o'clock, at his residence on 10th
street, between Poplar and Washington
avenue, JoriH Lank, in the fifty-fifth
year ol his age,
Funeral services will tnko place nt St.
Patrick's church nt 1 p. m. to-day. A
special train will leave the foot of 8ih
street and Ohio Levee at 2:30 p, ni. for
Villa Uldge, where the remains will be
Frlenus and acquaintances of the de
ceased an invited to attend.
rsirn nntmi-Citll nil Try Them,
Having discharged Dr. Lower ar.d
renovated my bath rooms, with tho addi
tion of a new receiver Biter the latest
and most convenient style, I shall take
great pleasure in giving baths cither
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
oall on ine, ,
lm Dr. D. Artkh.
lha fltilVito of th HouUmru ltuutn Kt.
Louis' Inability tj Bucoiiia a Oram
Wi ktt-Cairo tutonlr Reliable Base
of upplifli -A Oall on th Halllrtny
The New Oilcans Tiwu October 2.M:
"Since 1 1 w iiilillcitiou o our arllclo a
few days ago on this subject, we have re
ceived ninny insurances that the plan pre
sented Is both feasible, and desirable.
Recent experience iu the grain trade, the
apparent inability o( .St. Louis to become
a giaiu iiiaikct, the chronic di.-position
other cili.eiis In ii'iilice commerce in
the interest ol pools, the tenacity with
which she clings to the p,viiig busiiie-s,
and (he hiudi.Mii to naiiatioii above
Cairo both on .iccouiil ol buy water and
Ice-gorges In winter, all ndiiioiihl) us
Hint the grain trade 1 1 the Mis-issippi
tiViT lUM-t Ibid some (i;i r lia-e t f sup
plies. "Manileelly Cairo is thai otbi rand only
place. Fur the purpo-c suggested lie
oilier point on the river possesses no
many advantages, sr. Louis is too lar
north. The distance between It and the
country which Cliiravro drains is too
limited to expect any large accumulations
at that point. All the roads north of Sr.
Louis und Chicago roads and many that
otherwise might patronize St. Louis will
not do so becau'e they pp-ler the "long
haul" to I 'hleago. liven the business Ihat
by reason ol distance would natiiri'ly
prefer St. Louis is allowed to drift ii.ro
the general Chicago current hecsuse
there Is no adequate m irket. at St. LuiU.
"Xnriool th1!.,! disadvantages exist at
' iho. Let the leader :-ir,-id out be.
lore him a railroad m:ip ol tin- country.
There, a', the confluence of 'lie Ohio and
Mississippi, is Cairo. To the eastward is
the Ohio Valley, embracing Hie southern
moieties of Ohio, Indiana nod Illinois,
and the northern portion ol Kentucky
all large grain-producing sections and
all acciscible both by rail und river
He-ides !he numerous railroads thai,
search out lhco sections In detail, then
is the Ohio river with tilbufailes, the
Wabash on tho north side, and the Ken
tucky, the Cumberland and fir Tenties
see on the south side.
''To the northward is the wholu Slate
ot Illinois with roads in every direction.
To the westward 1 Southern Missouri,
Northern Arkansas, the lu-lian country,
Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado, with
nilroads that place all these vast grain
fl:lds iu direct communication with Cairo
so direct Indeed that the crops ol Ivans
as and the contiguous countries can be
laid down at Cairo with as little expense
as nt St. Louis and for less money than
they nre now carried to Chicago.
"Cairo is thus shown to be a ceiilie
more accessible than St. Louis and whol
ly Ireo from embarrassments and hin
drances that appear to b Insurmounta
ble at St. Louis. Re.-ides being a centre
to vast regions cither net tributary to
Chicago, or only so because they have
no other outlet, it is in the Inn: of com
munication which even Chicago might
advantageously use during the suspen
sion of navigation on the lakes and canal
route. At Cairo the Mississippi makes
up lis grand uecount of waters, an I
moves with smoothness and s'eadincrs
throughout the year, leaving shoals, mid
bars and ice barriers behind.
'In view of all the lads have we not
appropriately named Cairo as t he future
BuU'ilo of the .Southern route to the sea"?
What say the people of Cairo; what say
the llalllday Brothers of that enterpris
ing town, to our propositions r I'pnn
their attention vc urge those considera
tions, and assure thrni that it Is the faith
of New Orleans that at that point may
easily be concentrated a large graia
trade to be projected by rail and river to
Xcw Orleans, nnd llienco to coastwise
and foreign markets. We appeal to the
Hiilliday Brothers In particular, who are
men of largo means, ot ex
cellent commercial repute, and
liberal views, to set this ball in uios
Hon by inviting shipments from the re
gions of country described and over the
lines ot communication mentioned. Let
them remember that the Southern trade
alone, independent of all foreign demand,
requires approximately 5 to 7 million
bushels ot corn, and 3 to .1 million bush
els of oats, tor distribution at this point
and at points intermediate between New
Orleans nnd Cairo. The extent of the
foreign movement, of course, will de
pend on the measure of supply and the
coat of delivering at tidewater. With a
larg line operating from airo strictly
in the interest nt the grain trade, there is
no reason why the foreign exportation
should not speedily reach 20 or 30 million
Just He eel, ill,
and for sale ono car cabbage and one ear
snurkraiit, nt W. M. Cnndifl', 17 Eighth
that the New York Stoic sells mote
goods than any other house in the city of
Cairo. Their motto is to sell cheap.
This enables them to buy in large quan
tities at bottom figures. Cull on them;
look through their stock; be assured that
this is the Low Price- House, where you
can buy low and get all you want in the
one building. :,n.:it
iililen Itlit fon,..
Tins choice coffee can be had nt New
York Store; I lbs. for $1.00, also Illo
codec I lbs. for $1.00. Cull and ex
You ran Nave
Money by getting your building materia
of Lancaster & Rice, They are selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
pbie and cypress shingles ol tho best bran
constantly on hand. Wo sell plr e shin
gles at $1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 20 cents each; white pine floor
ing at $22,110 per thousand; plno siding
at $13.00 per thousand. Try your lin k
with this firm. , ,..11.
A first-class canvassing agent lor
"Hill's Manual ol Social and llusincss
Forms." Rest selling book ia America.
Cnll nt Planters' Howe.
. . 4 !?.PtL'0Y,
swiNAi. snnvicE report.
tow win. I'.morFali
M. 1411 1
hrokuk m i .
i II -V ,
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2 4 A
2 II X
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i Ser.-aiiiSignrtl rirrK. h. S A.
The river rose 12 inehej here ye.-ter-d.v.
I'wo -kill's wi re nm over night before
la-t nt sr. f .ouls by the Gran 1 Lake. One
skill C n, lained (1 people nnd tho other
was loaded with plunder. Only twoper
sons were rescued. 'I he night was totgy
and there were no lights in the skills
which was the. causa? ot the accident.
The llillmau for I'.iducah. Grand
Tower for Yiekjhurg, Mary ill Her for
Cincinnati, Silvi rlhorne for Evnnsyttle,
and Golden Crown lor New Orleans, are
'I lie Gleiicoe, out Irom St. Lulls jeb-t'-rday,
made fair addition: ..t has n
good trip lor New Orleans.
'I he .too. W. Gun tteleari l wl'.h 1,150
f.ins tor the k'niMi.
I 'p to 0 O'clock la-t i veiling Hie I'adil-
cab. packet had not arrived, ai.d vn no
doubt detained working on the Golden
Crown sgmim-I nf Grand chain.
The Port Ivids was to getaway during
Th.'f'lty,,! ('hc-tcr lm evchin," was
well la b ii lor M-niphls. Theswell i.. ive.
here ha- enabled the Anchor Line t lay
un the light boats and put the heavy daJis.
The .loo Kinney therefore went to the
bank yesterday at St. Louis,
Capf. C. (i. Wayr.e. has been appointed
agext of the Cincinnati and New Or
leans Boat Line at Xcw Orleans.
Captain Veit, .Madame Velt's son, suc
ceeds Captain Hippie In command of the
Mary Eliz ibeth.
Old Tubular is only 4'.) years old.
They had a hard storm at Louisville
Saturday night. Thai's where our cold
weather came irom. We'll just charge
it up to Will Hays.
The E. R. Stahliiian and John S. Brad
ford have entered tho Cincinnati and
Col. IJiligg id' Poini.-ioy, says there
are fully -10.0'Ki b urds of salt ready to
come down the river on the first rise.
Tho Virgin I:c's charter in the
Madison and Cincinnati trade expired
yesterday. They are to Pave lively op.
position In that trade, we hear.
Captain Hob Wise of the .lames W.
Gall now sports aline gold watch and
chain, which was presented him by ad
Red river is rising rapidly.
COME AND SEE ME !
l nm now ollciing my entire
l iirl!. fl Ti iriy I)tt
BELO W 0 O ST,
PAKT1F..S IX SEARCH OF IIAIt
GAINS SHOri.D NOT FAIL TO
GIVFMi: A CALL.
1- W ALDEIi,
( or. Oth Street and Ohio Lcyce.
Turlcy Horse Collar
The attention ol the public Is called
to this great improvement In
Om'3 lm hii C:?s it i Trial .
Call at the
Ew: ::i Cellar Factory,
NO. M!) COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be con inced of the
great superiority of this r.cv collar over
the old style ln.rd and still' collar now In
use. It is a well-known fuel th.it every
day large numbers nf horses -. rendered
unfit lor service by ensiling, caused by
the use of the old stylo collar, and that
by this means many horses are tna le to
balk. This new collar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
is the best made. Come nnd see them
at 1 ID Commercial .ivcnue,toot of Seventh
Can Bo Boaut if al
ly Dyed or Be-
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
n is. siii:i.m:v.
Xo. 0, Right h Ml root.
V. Roissor Sc Sen,
Auetluiwrs anl H' aU is in
Now & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of thiri ' St,, Ohatltai '
RATES: (2.00 PER DAY
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and IJighth Street.
The Best Extract of Buchu
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The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifier
To Be Had at
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Agency for Dr. Jayne's Medicines
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For Holman's Agu Pad
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For Medicinal use,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One hundred Bottle
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla, , .
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc.
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Shoo Blacking, Stove Blacking, ' :
Paint Brushes.Varnish Brushes,
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Coarse and Fine Combs,
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
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French, English and American Perfumery
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Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
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Nutmegs, Spices, and Peppc
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and Corks for putting up HTuifc
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Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
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Mucilage,. Ink, Etc,
and Hair Brushes
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Turpentine and All Colors
and all Ague Medicines
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