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Nsrwf Crom. ifthc torel'rn war is mes.rre
Tb, Russian 4; bowevoivw ot so con
Vkmotttttriy. wrrewlei: til Tkvna.
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yrtrt-jk'Loswtn Co.; hardware
euuf kavt tone into oausruiucj
XkettJJabllUleaaM Wen at $140,000. but
path jngl laid Of On assets.
p JLuixaxDKB 11. Bnrsnxs, of Georgia,
'aiyi tbatU Pm Senate does not put tbe
Wfi-raaotqptlcm bill, vblcb tbe House bnt
dread passed, or some similar measure,
'ihatruln'aJ, tlot are lustlubis in this
ti'i- t licK i-r-, 1 . ! r u ,
tTsf flespertdo Kande readied Cales-
; burr ant was placed la jail tuero on
Wednftdif Yvenln'g. He will be brongbt
'Atrial wlffid(i?d1ar and fhcre can be
bat one remit: mi t&af la-tbat'Rande
r-.lll v. I.:?-
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A rUounrnrr Republican senator re
marked the other day, referring to some
! Of Hares aouthera konnintmanta, tmt
OjetDOit of Andy Johnson was loonv
lag op In the white house." , . Andy's
'jfhost seems to gin Republicans a good
.deal ol trouble. -. .
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7 Tai flgbt over the admission ot But
ler, Kellogg and Eustice Is still going on,
bu: there la now a prospect tlut Butler,
.Kellogg and Rustics will be admitted be
fore many days. The Republicans have
submitted $ proposition to tbe Democrats
.looUn to such a consumatlon. and it Is
'not unlikely that Uie proportion will be
Tjia nomination of Geni Hurlunto be
,ssoclat Justice ot tbe supreme court of
the United States, was confirmed by the
Senate in executive session on Thursday.
,A motion to reconsider tbe nomination
was entered, and this motion was left
pending at the adjournment ot the Senate.
Tbe number of senator opposed to Gen.
Harlan's confirmation Is small,1 and it la
considered eerraln that final favorable ac
tion will be, abort) v joted by a large ma
jority, s Jim Cincinnati Enquirer'iZ Wishing
ton correspondent says: . "The rwpturc
between the Republicans and Hayes U so
comphte that one Senator said to-d.iy he
would make a prediction that witbin
four months Samnel i. Tilden would be
President of tbe United State. Asked
bow this could possibly be, he said that
the .last, Congress, alter accepting the
Electoral Tribunal's report, passed an
verwbelmlng resolution that Tilden bad
Uhsen elected President of the United
States. . MVe also know,' be said, 'that
lTUden took the oath of office belore a
qualified magistrate In New York. Now,
suppose tua .Senate pauses a resolution
acooraunt wjtu mac oi fue. uouse, ac
kuowledglng Tilden to be President, and
at once we go into executive session and
confirm JUr. Tildeu's Cabinet. Won't
that be a revolution complete aud sllenti
The same Senator argued that Democra
tie opinion would ac upon enough Dei
tnocrati In the Senate and Congress to
bring tiiis about li itcatueto be a snheuic.
Emissaries acting in Mr. Tiklen's uarae
are In this city, taking advantage of tbe
present remarkable situation." While
there Is not . a Democrat in the land
who does not honestly believe know
that lir. Tilden was talrly elected presi
dent, we do not believe any number of
prominent Democrats could be induced
to embark in so bazzardous a job as that
above laid out. An ollort to install ilr.
Tilden as president would mix politics in
' this 'country as It never waj mixed
before, and tbe result could not be even
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. TheQulncy HrraU of the ,24th says:
"The Improvement ot the Mis!jsi;pl
river, a subject which has been brought
prominently before the country, by tlie
action of the St. 1'aul convention, hab
given rise to much comment, and the
feasibility of the various plans proposed
' Is being generally dlcued by persons
experienced In the results of tlic jetty
system, and in otber modes ot accom
plishing the great object iu view, 1 ha
opposition to Captain Eads' method ot
' deepening obannels has not been success
ful in demonstrating any points against
It, but on the contrary additional evl
dence accumulates that goes to prove the
"correctness of Captain EadsconclusionR.
A Wrltcrln the Cincinnati (bnmmxial,
. Mr. VT, Mllncr Roberts, who was one ol
, k commission authorized by Congress In
1874 to report upon the best model of im
. ,: proving tbe mouth of the Uisslsalppi,
, give his views of tho ctMcaey of fettle,
and blf observations at the mouths ot the
Uboneend Danube, where the jetties had
r. . been tried. After stating that the llhone
Jetty had not been sufficiently, extended
toward deep water to ascertain what ef-
feet upon tbe channel it wouli) have had
It been properly constructed lie says, o(
- tbe otber place investigated, "At tbe
Bullna mouth ol the Danube, whli htue
., same commission carefully examined in
" lmHk which Is' fairly analogous to the
South - Pass of the Mississippi, the
Jetty system had been lairly tested, aud
' wu complete, and iK-rlectly successful
, - These works were built under the dlrec
,' Uon of the eminent English cnglueer, Sir
cuarlea A. Hartk-v. and tlicv has hwn in
I tfeiQceuful use twelve years. ' The Jetties
, iuu mite in Hiugui, ana iney
Jrttid ttireugh tho bar to twenty-one
g, PM depth ouuida. When the work was
kvfUB the depth ot water on the bar Hkt
')ljfromtoi leet. Upota the 'com.
;'- tdeUonofthe works there wa found to
bi depth of to31 feet. The lmuiei,o
- iignal board on tlie light house at n.fl
time of our examinatlou sb owed 2(tJ feet:
ings showed as much, of more,
ue engineer In charge assured oh
there hail not been less than 20 feet
.n the channel for years. ' '
Here Is a record at a delta river cuts
ilally dlfl'urent from tliat at Uio mouth ot
the Rhone; bnflf Sir Charles Hartley, the
cnglnecr, had stopped his Jetties when he
reachod tho bar, or had he even carried
them to the enst of the bar, he would
have produced only the suum mUcnibln
reoorit which attache!! to the dynes at the
month of the Rhone. ' If Captain luls or
any cngii.ter had carried out Juttlea only
to tbe crest of the bar, and thcrestoi'pcQ'
it would , have peon something like
repetition of the talluro at tlie JUioue,
though at the latter the iivKf' nj never
protruded even that lar out. . whert-u,
tnc Jetties at the soutn paa oi iii.t .His
issippl, although yet in au uuiiuMhed
couJitlon, .bavn been carried en
tirely through the bar (Ifelngl) miles in
length) to the iwp vt atcr ouuide; and
where, in 13T5, there was no chaniu'l, and
only a depth of 6 leet, there is now a
wide channel over twenty leet drop,
through which vessels drawing twenty
ieet can ann aaiuiy ihu, wnere tor a nun
area years or more im-re nas tmen no
channel at all for sea-going vessels. This
might be considered by diKlnterested rn
gineers a success, and is so regarded by
shippers who arc now sending their vess
sela through this new jetty channel.'1
Mr. Roberts alko relers to the better op.
portui.lty afforded by tlie Mi.iBlsslpnl's
greater depth of watvr, to secure a deep
er cnannei to tne sea ourier, as contrast
ed with the Danube:
Tliero is a radical (ilflereiiee betrH'n
the Lower Danube aud tho Lower Mir.
slssipnl. In an Important particular. It is
said In the case of the Daniitw, wlillo the
jefttes hnve created a channel depth
tnrongn f ne Dar of twentyono teet, the
river Itsell above, even where it has been
"trained," has only eighteen teet depth;
wnue in ine Mississippi, above the head
of the passe, it Is luo feet r more in
depth, and ko continues lor more thnn
1UU miles. Such is the depth at New Or
leans, and for a number of miles above
Jienee- tne natural conditions of tbe
Lower Misisiiipi are rernarkablv favor
able for a deep entrance between the
main river and tho tiulf. Compared
with the Rhone the contrast Is still more
striking. On the Rhone, although en-
Klnecrs have, at great cost, constructed
splendid canal havine nineteen and a
hall teet depth or water, the river itaeif
above the canal lias uo such depth, and
There seems little reason to doubt. Irora
all the tetimooy that has been brought i
forward, that the jetty system will nv
complMi all that Is claimed tor it, and
that it can be successfully aunlied. not
only at the mouth, but throughout tbe
entire length of the Mississippi, and we
nope to see an eany anu energetic effort
made to secure a beinnine in the vast
and Important plai ot improvement con
tcmplated. The Immense value of navl
gable cnannei, enabling boats and gra!n
laden barges to pass readily toward tlie
gulf, needs no demonstration. The local
advantago would reach Into the many
millions, while the benefit to our
country as a trading nation would be felt
by all. Put the products ol the great
valley into Xew Orleans, at a rate ten or
fifteen cents per hundred cheaper than
they can be laid down on tbe Atlantic
seaboard now, and we have a margin at
once that would give ti great adrun tapes
In competing with other nations in the
markets of the world. ' An executive
committee was pravided for at the St.
Paul convention, whose duty it was to
bring this matter hetore tho people and
before consress at the earliest practicable
time. We trust to hear something from
the committee bciore long.
I'attwtaa 'a rail.
The Chicago Ti -fount, ' which in times
past has defended every rascally act of
tho southern ' carpet-baggers, to long as
rascally tricks .were "perpetrated for the
good of tho Republican .party," has at
last turned the cold shoulder to Patt-r-son
because be has voted ffiili the Demo.
crats In their eflortj to scut Butler. Here
Is the 2Vi4ifte" last refermie to Patter-
son: ' . . v . -
It Paltnraoii ha no better defense to
tho indictments against him than ho pit"
sented for selllogout, the (ale, If It paves
him from th'i J'cnltmitlary, was clearly
The (senate will niaUe itself infamous
In the eyes ol the country if it does not
expel the indicted carpetsbng scoundrel
l'atterson, and send nun hn-k to Mourn
Carolina lor trial aud iiiLaict-ralioii ui tlii
Tbo New Turk Grain Trnrt.
The New ot)i Journal of CarumtM is
elated because Gotham has beat her com
petitors In the grain trade this year, l.aht
year l'liilauelphia, liultlmnre and iiostun
lostnilmr hartlv beat New Tork in grain
receipts, hut ha gained 11,000,000 bush -
els In wheat and corn op the bushels done
In the corresponding liortysllva weeks ol
1S0, and now cans the total ol her three
competitors by about 2.000,000 bushels.
In wheat she is ,ooo,f0O ahead ot them
all, hut in corn r,i00,000 behind. Her
exports for this period, the JmvmI re
ports, are 10,000,000 bushels
more ol wheat and G.000,000
less of corn than thoto of the
other thro cities. The week ending
November JO, in.which the grain move
merit at New York was exceedingly ac
tive, gave her un excess ot marly l,O00,
000 ol wheat and 4,000,000 ot corn, ami
the grain In exports wa no less deeldcih
The Journal adds:
These blessings of returning trade we
owe to tho low canal tolls. The brief re
mainder ol the season will only conllrm
more strikingly the wisdom of the cheap
toil policy lu its 6Ucts on New York
City and tho whole state. Its friends
will appear before tho next legislature
armed, irresistibly we hnpo. with fails
and figures to prevent an increase of the
rates, if not to make more popular the
bold idea of freeing the canals, and let
ting the magnificent commerce of the
west have a lull chance to pour Ithdf in
to this, Its natural market and point of
shipment lor Europe,
t'OB-UTuMlnn, Mint rourje of huniinKy, l
thi'Kirat 'tread' ot llic liiimnu fulnlly, iu all civll
1 fii eontl'lcnt tlikt I am in (HMWuloa of Uio
Onlyaurr, Infiillllile rvint.lv uow known to
ho irolekinn tor tl "ofy. positive nirn l
hat (Inad disuse, aud in uuwl-onie ro.-.,m.
luntt. Tin Calurrli, AuUima, UiimrhltlK, Nr
Toni firbllttr, , ne. 1 am uld tugy. 1 he.
llor iu IiiMlii'lnc. Twcoty-fiKht yrara Ftp.
rUituM ai a liuiy prs:tltioDer In the tx-at eon
aiimption hoHuitalii In tutoli andnrir trorlil.
fca uuight ine lh vulna or prmi.T iud;,a tn,n
butb looal and ironitltutioual la thcenmof Una
put rnwny or our ra. 1 hurt found It. !(,(
i am aiKrnaing-. i aiarua am to mt 10 Riime
luimnK wun cuinnmpiuiB or any or ine above
nialidlea, that by addreaaing me, flying ayrnnn
tom, tbry ahall b u t In poaavaaina jothla
araat boon, wlttiont charge, aai abill bay thr
brnrUtiit wy moerlanca In tlioiiaanda of
aucooahiilr tnalcd. fall parliculari, diroc
tiona tor ua'MratioD and use, and vtrhx aud
Inabuutioaa Air acurisul trtatnwut at votir
own houn, will ba mxlvul by yrtu runrn
iall,ttnoi charge, by aildnanniK
'rtllr 17 Jefliraon itmt IontsyHl
SION PAINTERS MtoVtSitii
tavaan'i rroviuct o ainwr una uiMrrtliw-
nl A'lUatl, llANiri. t.llKAl I V,
ASK tn rrwTtrt
auffarcr, vktlma of
reytratid azue, the
micurtsl diseased pa'
tUnt, how they recov
ercd health, tberful
iplrltl , and good op
petit ttey will tel
yoa by taking Biai-
(ruon's Llrer Peer'
THECtlEAI'ESr, AND BtsI FAMIY.Sir.D-
ICINE IN THE WORLD.
I nr OVSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION,.Tadice,
iliout Nttacka, !1CK 11 ALiALllK, Colie.D.
rMiionof MpirlM., tOL'K STOMACH, Xleart
mm, tit., ei.
'J his notivalted 8oulbni RMntflv la war
rantrd not to contala a rarticn ol' Mercnry,
ti auy nuurioua aaoatanca, out la
conuiintnirthoM aoutbcraroota and haiba which)
an all wire proviitanr hue ptacd la rouniriui
wbtre Liyer Dieraoea priy.il. It will cure all
rtiKfttaca eauaeil by derangement o the l:v-r
1 tin avmti'nma of Liver Comnltlnt are a bit
tprorlMdtaateialueinoutbii'atnln the beet,
Milra or Jomta, ofu-n mi.iaktn lor rbeuina
tiam; eour atouiaeb, lore ot appttite, bowels
allernutely roauve and lai, headache, lost oi
imm.ry, win a painful wnaalion of bavinK
failed to do eomeUilDK which oukIiI to have
hecnd jne, debility, low aplrltn, a thick yel
low appearance of the Ik lu anil tyea, a dry
toiiph ol ten mh)Uik n for conaumptlon.
Koine imea many of tlieao ayiuptoma attend
I he dianuw, at otbi'ra vi-ry few, but the liver, tlie
lurt'vt orinui In the boity, la generally the seat
oi tiMftuu anu li not regiiiaifi in time, rn
diiJermg, nrtlctivlneai and IiKATU will '
I nun recommend u an eBlcarloiia remedy f..r
dieaatol thr Liver, llraitlmm and llvapepaia,
Muimon?' Liver llrftc'alor. Ltwt ni HDH,
IWiUiuier atiret. AanlnUnt t'ntinitster, 1'hll-
w e have letwu its virtues, ptrnonany, ami
now that for lSfiDi. ililiouanna and
l'hrnliiiinK Htaiturhe it n the beat medicine the
world ever eaw. e have trtm Ion? oilier
remedi.a btfure Siiimiou.' Liver initiator,
but none of them gate in more than temporary
reh.il; hut the ItCKlllutor hut only telievwl
hut cured ua." Ln, Tai.ti.f aril a, Hi .Mi hsi-
oih, llarnii, Ca.
Nothlnir la ao nnpleaaant. nothing to roinmon
an had breath, and in nearly every me ltrniuea
Irom the stomach, and ran he an easily correct
ed if yon will take Simmons' l.iver lteg-uhttor,
Do not neglect ao sure a renieoy lor tnia re.
pulaive dliorder. It viill alsj improve your
A''Cli!e, coiiipu xiou, ana t.tnuai itmiin.
Tliis dlitmeaing afflU'tion orcttra moat frc-
j i im 1 1 V. 'J he ilixturhancv ot the hioiaai'li.
uiirinif from fntM:rle:tly dii'i'nb'd contents,
i'uii,c a tereie pain iu thi head. accbiiiinied
Willi d riif reeu lM luiUMra, aud tlua rori'Iinitia
what in popululr known aa k Ucudwiio. t or
prompt leiit f
TAKE SIMrVIONiS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, f'Antitno fnnr mwttpii! i'pmnli nrri,
found in the tame happy proportion in any
...I.-.- im,t.nnilirin u Punti. I'iliuv..,
Mwtrlul Uinie, an unexotptirnklle alteruiire
and a reruin orrirux- oi an impuriiira ol
the lxdy. SMidisigual ucccsi hie aip'b'lcl Iu
run t at li la now regarded, aa the
Aa a Remedy in
MM,i:iOt:S FKVER9. WAY.!. ti)M.
1'I.At.NTS, DVRPKI'alA, MENTAL Dtl Kr h.
8H.N, KSlXt;SeKEM, JAl'.tDlf'K, -NAI -hVA,
SICK HKAlliCHK, U1L1C, LUSri'lf
Al ION and HI -lOCtf NE-S
IT HAS SU hQVkh.
Armed with tbla ANTIDOTE, U changea of
elimate and water and fund may be Uced with
out f. ar. Aa a Hetuwly In MALARIO I S
KEVKRS, HO VfcL COMPLAINTS, HLST-LtS.-.NK,
IAIH.TAC ILKtD ON 8. UY
J. 11. Ztll.KK,
I'ri.' f I.M, Sold by all DruggCte.
VITAL WIUKXBSS OR DEPRESSION : a
weakeihauatod fraling, no energy or emr(ti-:
then-snltcfMKNTAL OVEIUWORK. 1XULS
CHL1TON80R KXCKKRKB. ,aomo itraln oa
the ayaiuu, ia alwaya cored by Humphrey
Homeoatbic Specific No. at. It tone up and
invigorate the ayateni, Irooarts etrengUi and
enerjC topa tlie drain and rejuvenates tbe
entire mn. Been tued twenty yean wiih per
feet lueses by Uionaands Bold by dealers.
Price Si per aiDle vial, or 5 per package e
ve vials and t'vtal of powder. Sent by mail
n receipt of price. Addreas HUM FURE YS
IIOMEOl'AllilC UEU1CINB COMPANT, 109
Fulton streets. Y.
Is not eaeily earned ln tbesv
timet, but It can be made in
three months by any one of
eitlur sex In any part of the
country wbo is willing to work
steadily at the employment We
furnish. a week la yeur
own tows. Yen need not be
away from h.me after ulgbt. Teu can give
your sole time to lha work, w only your spar
inomema. Vfe bare srentl wbo ate maklna
over to per dav. All wbo engage at one can
make money fuel. Ai t.i nreaenl time money
eanotbemadeeo easily and rapidly at any
ether btulTieas. It com noming to try uie
bunineea. 'lenrs and V outat frw. Address
at onre, H. HA LI L TT 4 U, 1'ortlaid, Me.
TJnaneatlonably IDs fie austatn4
work of tL kind ta tua World."
Nutktt bf Ms Vrsi,
The Maoazihb lias attuned in Its one quarter
ronttiry and more ol'cxiitence to that point where
It may be aaid of It, in the wonls of Dr. Johnson,
' It ia vain to blame andnselees to praise." The
liuitre of iu long-ago-attained reputation has In
creased as the year have paused, and ila future
seeme as bright if nut brighter than at any time
since the golden hue of proijierity settled around
iis uitcraud best years. Urooklyn Kagle.
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G- 3?L JZL I KT, HV. Y
and all kind Country 1'rodui e.
0.1 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Ills.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
ling Exponrie -C.
idiea' ui Cents.
Old flats Made New.
-o. JIO, Eighth Slri?f?l.
B. F. Blake
Deal itra In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
uuw ouavaei. so.
Always on band, the oehsbrated jlluminatln
Ooroer Eleventh Street and Washl
WHOLESALE AJJD RETAIL,
Goods Sold Vary Oloss.
Corner 16th atreat ajad Oommarci Av
C. O. PATIER & CO.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Airs. C. McLean desires to announce to
the public that she has determined to
closi out her large and elegantly assorted
stock ot MILLINERY GOODS, Inclu.
ding Ladles' FL'RNISniXO GOOD3 of
nearly every description, L'NDER
WEAR, HOSIERY, etc., with a very
large assortment ol Ladies', Misses' and
( hlldren's SHOES, all of which miiBt be
sold within Uio next
At Cost. Norv is the time lor ladles to
buy ITati, nmt ewrj thing else in tbs
oil hillt must ho settled fit
once, or tlwy v. '.it he put out for col
lection. ' '
The attpntion of the public Is railed
to this great improvemrnt In
Owners 01 Horses Mi Cire it a Trial,
- Cttll ot the
En:;; i:i Collar Fib?,
SO. 11!) COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of the
Preraf Rtinorlrirlrv nP elila now xnllae ntrnr
the old stylo hard and sUXT collar now in
nee, it, jg a wen-Known iucc ium every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
uullt lot service by chitllng, caused by
the use) or the old stylo cullar, and that
by this means inany horses are mad) to
balk. ' his new collar obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
is the licst mudu. Cone and see them
at lit) Couioif rcial aveuuo.foot ol Seventh
lurlsj he Collar
BOOTS & SHOES,
' 1 v
Coffee, Sugar and Syimp.
Specialty la Teas.
Good Dlivred Promptly.
K. llnis. PreslderL II. W.lla. Cashier.
V. Kill, Vic I'res't. T. J. Uerth, At. t ish'r
Corner Oommerolal Av. and 8th Btrtet
F, l!roit jlro. Win Kluge, Cairo.
1. t alio. Win Wort. Cairo.
A. busanka, i aim. K. L. Bllliniy, St fatuis
r. iiuner, aim. u. na, airi.
!', it. nrinkman, St. Louis.
.1. Y. i'ltiuaon, Caledonia.
A (.vaiviat Bankln; Baalne Done
r-F.iehan(rc sold and bought . latereet paid
w obiiukb imiiexiiiuRK. vuiircuuiaa uaaue
nA .11 I.., n uda (...!... i ...
m.. m. WH..U ... I.IUIIUII,, IHWUimi V,
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Ak t. AMERICAN POWDER CO.
67 Ohio Levee.
PUPP t An I'mon wbo will tusk
rflUla I and foTwunl me a list ol' tbe
nsniesor reliable rune of their ac(iiaiolam:
wbo wish tu procure an instrument, either Pi
ano or urgan. j will us my beat endeavors to
sell tbein on, and lor rrerr niano 1 auceeed In
selling to their list withia one year, I will credit
mem nun n, anu rnr every eran :, to ce ap
plied n paymeiit ol eitlier a piano ouan
aaawnen Kamoui.ts Ma earn suttleient to pay
f ir any instrument, selected at 'be IX)WEST
WHwLKJ ALfc PHK L, 1 will immediately ship
the instrument, free, or after any amount Is
credited tbe balance may tie paid me in cash and
I will then ahiD them the lnatrninent. Ihev
need not be known iu the matter, and will he
aotng metr menus a real service, as 1 snail
make Sl'KCIAL OKr'KRM to them, sellins; a
SUPERIOR 1NSTRLMKSX far from OJiE
UALP to TWO-jHIKDH what Is ordioarily
aiked by agents, l'lnue send me a list at on-e,
aad after you bare mads uvjuiry, you can add
to it. Address,
DAXIEL F. PEA TTV, Washington, A.
J3 XJ TOII23II.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com
niercial Avennes, adjoining ,
OLADH. TO lESJFrirai
Alinlnient nalvsnsll aknowlcdgd as
the most renowned Quick epr ever brought
oerore tn puoie in the Mnewenui cn
tury for the perfect euro ot
Man and Beast!
This Dontilar and rreat heallne remedv.
so long Deeded bf sufleruag huuianity, Is
irlvlng uuboundea proofs or Its merits.aiy
an iisTing usteu its unrivaled powers, and
a all eases clainilrif It tha most power,
ful remedy and quick rllevr from agony,
Diamond Oil Posesses
ha btst concentrated heallnir orobertles.
quickest saieatifl art for pain rslisf, most
combined medicated neiaitls, as a lini
ment for naa and beast, vr introduced
for publlo benedt, . i. a . .
wno win ua this liniment in tine, will be
onvinced that this is a sure cure far rheu
matism, neuralgia, brulass, sprains, swell
logs, burnt, cuts, felons, tumors, piles,
uijureu uium, acaius, gout, oipuiena,
tore tbrout, toothache, lieadach. insect
bites, tits, code, tape worms, etc, for th
human race, and is . -
A POSITIVE CUKE
for sweener. rlnebone. strain, cajlratia
sinews, hurt, ruras, eats, bruises, lam
nets, strained fetlocks, spavins, eolio, ketu,
wlndgall, poll evil, cattle aad tbeep om
plaints, and all genoral diseases in stock,
and the many other afflictions of both ma a
DIAMOND OIL for aal. h t'nawu-
Dblky, beins; well, reeoauaded by all
urn Kg Is, phvictan. and everv one who ba
ever used it. 1'riee, 75 cent per bottle.
W. li. lAUAHtttU.,
Mramch Ufflce, Indianapolis Ind.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now oQerins my entire
rrlta)5fexl Thirty Day
Ah 1 Mtnth to'nuli hiutmtt,
PAUT1K3 IN SEARCH OF It AU-
GAINS SHOULD a0T FAIL TO
I V ALDER,
or. 6th Street aud Ohio Lcyce.
your salary by dt voting a eery small portion of
your Insure time to my lntereni. I d aot as-
feet you to runvas lor uiy ccieuraieu craur a
lanus and Organs unlets you see St to s but tbe
servln 1 rrnulre of you ia both pleasant an
prufluble. nil inrll.iilars free. Address
UAMtl. r, ti,Alili wasninion,. w.
SIGN OF THE . GOI-pxwj
. . . , -And(At ,,.r,,j.,::.., ;.;"'"T
; SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MA&ZL,
Washington Avenue and Efgfith' Street
White Lead, White Zinc.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Jl
TT VMrtTi ah ) Tj rsla .r ' , , S K- ' i Yl
Window Glaso Putiy
Faints-All Colors Ssadj for Ib-hikj -; .? hu
; Lubricating Oils
Illuminating Oils, :
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil.Neatfoot Oil, - .
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can.
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and .Warranted not ' to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should bare
one. . ....
OIL TANKS and -SHIPPING-
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden.".. ,,:;n; r.
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines, t We control the celebrated
f - " V'- U'kL j,
Aboriginal Indian Oil,; Egyptian
Malana England DeOinchon's
Peruvian Baart Bitters.
Whofesafe ancT, Retail,!
perwan Syrup dsVlFlbweV., u r - v
Irish, French and American. Glues,.
"3 iv j ' . Gelatine for Table Uie..Vflrv dh Aftn
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
:J..?":;r 1 - The Best Trussea An stvioo
Coarse and Pine bombs, and Hair Brushes '
"" - Shoe Blackint?. RtnvA TU an Vino-
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder, -
. . ma aw ? vs uu w UaUW3 XaX.Cbvl ICelO
Trench, English and Ainerican Perfumery
- All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu; 4
Holmansf Ague Pads, Woods'
quinine, amitn s Tonic, Kress Tonic, - -Nursing
Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, -
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine;
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHTLSTE
"Lust week I bought a 10 cent package or Wasbme and done my washing-1 u one hall!
Uie usual tiniB at leas than hall tho cost ot Soap. . My clothes were t hller. I did not
nayeto rub them, and it did not shrink ray wooions, and lor once I was enabled to gel at
hot dinner an Monday. So ladles try It, and you will save labor, time and aaoney. 1 i
perfuotly safe to use It. ( . MB8. A.
g and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BAJtCLAT'5.
Golden Lion Cologne--0' Swiurr
lnre Imported Bay Ruiu, Splendid Cansvda Tar
Noap Engllkh and American Moapa Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extraeta In rig I- 7
lial Dot tlca or tu Broken Quant I-r
tlcN as wanted at low priced. . "
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1 aJ is
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Awarded First CentennIalTirerr..um
and adopted after a thorough Scieintlftc
and . Practical .Te$t by the li. OOV-
ERNMENT. UGHTH0USE,Dff ART
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY.
..., - jvr-w! ia :wTAm m
Fire risk for Elaine and Gai rate the
same with Insurance Cornpanief.r rtaedl
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
. .... . : ..
. J.-.J - . 1 IS
at Dr. Woods' Prices,
Sarsaoarilla and Blood Purifier
Pills, , i . -
and all Ague. Medicines
At Barclayo' DruQ;Sioro.
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