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i borgt Alfred Townscnd, in the l',lu
r utl Enquire, hai the followliig oii
. py eommcDti upon iodic prominent
, saber ot the hoiwe:
Mr. Randall does not (five much liolp
the Democratic aide of the house, Anil
y are It It upon thd leadership ol Fer
;: ndo Wood, J. Proctor Knott, Johu D.
AUtim, tnd Aylott ii. Buckner.
i lete men lead the great committees; at
' ut two ol them are yery little known,
id on parliamentary grounds are not
' -obable to be. Mr. Wood Is now quite
; d aixty-rive. He lias tumid the nla
' su ot carer and la natlslled, like Air.
wann, of Baltimore, with an important
lace, when be nations ago learned that
ot narrizanshio Is not comfort, lie
10 Nfrarda his committee as nearly ro
tted to the executive government in
roptrty and Influence and perhaps re
aeuibers that at the close of the last con
jrewi, when be led U Republican side,
ie rained such increased tavor that all
! ippoxition to mm cenieu in i9w i on,
tod Mr. Kandall was permitted to ap
' mint hlui to a place w hich he wa refu
' ied hut congress. Wood, therefore, will
' fleot lustre on the Democracy by de
portment, and not aggressiveness.
The next gentleman below Wood on
lie Ways and Means Committee is Ran
dolph Tucker, who has made a good Jm
pression, but he baa no more parliamen.
ary edge than Tom K wing. Baylor, of
Ohio, is a good parliamentarian, yet not
Industrious. 11 r. Gibson, ot tbe aarue
committee, has much consideration, at
present only In Louisiana politics. These
men are not the equals on tbe floor ol
Garfield and Banks, their colleagues. 1
Hr. Atkins, of a small town in Tmines
aee, heads the Appropriation Commit-tt-e.
a place requiring even temper and
arfjo8tabillty;lut belsaaid, In tlieoo re
spects, to be nearly as Infirm as Mr. Hew
itt, whnas disconcert often takes the
form ol a tearful whine. Hale and foster
are the leading Republicans ot this com
mittee, models of two different kinds ot
lynets. Hale is a pupil ot Blaine, and
Fosterof Hayes. One cheeks tt through,
the other compromises and gets the
Hr. Buckner is the bead ol the bank
ing committee, whence Bam Cox was re
moved with rather plqaelsh motive.
Buckner is solid, but of no parliamentary
Muteness. K wlug Is full of it, but goes
off before b gets to tbe place.
Proctor Knott is a man ot more parlla-.
mcntary merit and spunk than bebas
lately bad credit for, but like almost all
the humorists in the world, carries one
grievance very long. Ever since the
Blaiue contest where some of the Dem
ocrats deserted him and the subse
quent presidential contest, Knott has
been looking "forward into tbe past
He has tbe great iudbiary committee, on
which is a wise young man, Mc.Mahon, of
Ohio, and another man oi decided accom
plishments, maturity and service, Mr.
Lynda, ol Wisconsin. But facing these
on the same committee are inree oi tno
ablest debaters and parliamentarians in
the country, Ben Butler, Frve ot Maine,
and Consrer. of Michigan. 1 may say, as
1 pass, ot this committee, that both Knott
and Butler, and 1 think others, meant to
have assailed the item lor expenccs of
the Hayes commission In ixmlsiana. it
was smart, but not bold, ot the Hayes
element to drop the item and avoid the
debate, which would have arrayed Hour
bons and auti-Uayes Radicals on the
same side. v r .
Clarkson Potter Is at the head ot the
i'aciilc railroad committee, but la not
earnest there or -any other place. He
belongs to tbe school ot statesmen, who
having long served In Congress that they
do not much admire over line party
friends, even when stamped "John KeN
ly." A Tennessee man ot honest char
acter, but insufficient (acuity, has the im
portant claims committee John M.
Bright. Tbe Confederate cabinet officer
John N. Hcagon has the committee on
commerce, the same which Conkllng
leads In tbe Senate.; Kgan has not been
distinguished here. MiUonl. Southard,
ol Ohio, wb ii a sensible man, of even
temper, is at tbe head of the committee
to revise tbe laws for counting the elec
toral vote, Ben Butler is there, too, while
Mr. Springer, of Illinois, who favored the
electorl bill, but objected to Its applica
tion, is thrown oyer to an unimportant
committee. The member, Carter Ilar-
sison. who designed a great humorous
treat by speaking long on the
Marine Band, is put, apparently in bur
lesqne, at the head ot the Civil Service
committee. Mr. Stephens, of Georgia,
whose relation to the house is wholly pa
ternal, and not much of that, has the
Coinage Committee. John Uoode, who
Is well thought t as a man or horse
sense, leads the Education Committee.
Amerlcu V. Rice, one of General t'ox's
soldiers, has a committee hardly np to
his menu, Pensions; Oeneral Banning
leads tbe Military Committee, he just
holds bis own. Morrison, of Illinois, Is
fut over from Ways and Means to Public
.ands. Onthewholo, tbe strong men
are found in the toils of the committees,
where the rattlesnake carries his voIch.
it we suppose Garfield to be the Repub
lican lender, with his closely packed In
formation and ready way of throwing it
Into tactic, has he a match among those
chairmen Or, it it be supposed that
Pyre, of Maine, the former able lieircn
aut of Blaine, has more ready force, the
product of sate tongue and a stroag
temperament, who best can answer bira:
Atkins? Wood Knott
Conner, ot Mlclilzun. a graduate of
Western Reserve College, lacking one of
ilf.y years ol age, has been in parliamen
tary iu twenry-iwo years anu ten jenrs
in congress. Time teds and makes the
legislator. The other day when Garfield.
who has been in congress nearly half a
generation, rose to answer Kelley on the
financial question, It was seen and recog
nized, prooatny tor tne nrst time oy m
in all these years, that labor and time had
hatched a stroog man. The power to
know many nets wita certainty, to com
mand tbeaa readUr, to throw them into
graceful and vivid form, and lilt tbe ar
ramtnt to iu best average, ret not over
done, was so well recognized that Gar
field, though hardly a popular man, beard
from opponent and associate tbe cry:
Extend his time, Go on!" ills rival
log of Kelley 's authorities, particularly
that voluminous old Scotchman, Allison,
was a testimonial to tbe value ot reading
la public life. The parliamentarian ana
congressman must have original amut
Hon begun at school, and sustained on
correct habits and foithlul constituency,
until tbe childish flame reddens into a
glowing manhood, and still ambition ac
companies career. A man not originally
great can become a great congressman.
Yka ImUmI Orana-k."
The National Grange, In session at
Cincinnati, on the 27th elected officers as
follows: 'Matter, Adam; ot Minnesota;
overseer, WtoffttfalT, of Michigan; Ic:tur
er, Mortimer, of Cincinnati, steward,
llanrbatt, of Iowa: assistant Stewart.
Syntax, ot Kansas; chaplain; Korsytue,
ol llllnola. treasurer, McDowell, of New
Vork; secretary, Kelly, of lxmlsville;
gate keeper, Dlnldwlddie, oi Indiana;
Ceres, Mrs. Adams, of Minnesota; Poms
ona, Mrs. Woodman, ot Michigan, Flora,
Mrs. Moore, of Indiana; lady alstaut
Stewart, Mrs, uau, ot umuvuie.
orm waamserd I.ktfek.
tllK SKN'ATB, ITS rOMTtCAI. COMI'I.KXtO.N
kki.i.000 thk radical iuriy
iiayks' ti.k to thk prksiukncv
1.09 OF TDK Ht'ltON.
1 UK SKNATK.
Washington, I). C, Nov. 29, ls77.
The political complexion of the Senate
Is, If anything political Is certain, certain
iy changed. To-dny the question ol Bul
ler's admission must come up. He has
a clear in.' jority, and will probably be
admitted In an hour alter his case is reach
ed. The war of Edmunds, acting lor the
Republican!!, upon I'ntterson and Con
over, has been so Indecent, so Vler, that
these men will prohubly m v i .igaln act
regularly with the party to which they
lately belonged. They are pledged f
a Senator from Louisiana, but It Is ui
derstood that several Republican Sena
tors who oppose Butler will vote for
Spollord as against Kellogg. As above
stated it twins certain that the Senate
from this time onward will be Demo
cratic. Whether the party has acted ju
diciously In receiving at the hands ol
such creaturts as Patterson and Con-
over what it would have secured by
Maich 3rd, 1S79, in a strictly legillinute
way, is a question that need not he dis
cussed at present. We shall soon know.
But, however, that may be, it does not
lie with the Kepublicun party to lind
taulL That party has controlled the
Senate by tho unconstitutional
REHCHINO ASL'XDKU OF 8TJTKS,
by creating new States whenever a min
Ing camp and a restaurant could be found
In the mountains or a cattle ranelio on
the plains and by the forcible election of
senators against the will of tho people.
Tho senator they most complain ol tor
absence at this time Slmron represents
or was elected to represent a Stato which,
when created, was no more entitled to
existence as a Stute in the I'nion than
was an undiscovered island In the PaeitL'
Ocean. There may be Democrat who
regret that their party has gained con
trol ot the Senate by means of men who
have heretofore helped to maintain Re
publican supremacy in that body, but
they are not called upon to apologize to
Republicans lor the present condition of
THK NATIONAL ItLTL'KI.IC'AS
ot this morning prulesses to believe that
the house and senate made
a bill will be introduced and passed look
ing to a trial in the courts of tho validity
of Hayes' title to the presidency. It
ought not to need that either house be
Democratic to secure tho passage of such
an act. Xothitir would add inure to the
strength of the government ut home and
respect for it abroad than the passage ot
such an act by all ttic votes of both
houses, and its approval by the acting
president, and u full consideration of the
whole question by our highest court.
Intelligent doubt exists as to Mr. Hayes'
title, and the subject ought to be as open
to judicial decision us any other subject.
Aside from the great senatorial contest
there is now no interest felt in anything
political. The house met yesterday but
its proceedings were of no Importance
There Is, however, a widespread feel
ing In regard to tho
LOUS OV THK HiritO.V,
a government vessel, with a immlred
lives. Secretary Thompson will make
searching inquiry into the causes of the
UisaUer, Tho vesscl.for some reason
yet unexplained, sailed from tho secure
harbor of Norfolk while the great storm
of Friday was at its height aad govern
ment dangrr signals, exhibited expressly
for the protection of navigation, were
flying in full view of her. Most of the
officers lost hnd relatives or numerous
friend In this city.
We are to have, they ay, a bright and
lively dally Poinociallc paper. Heavis
ness has been the death of several Demo-
cratlc papers at the Capl ol, and it may
! be worth while to try one of another
kind. This is a favorable time to muke
tho venture. The House is Democratic,
the Semite substantially so, and Mr.
Hayes well, Mr. Hayes is Mr. Hayes.
UORSKM FOR F..OLAXU
New l'ork Sun.
The steamer Helvetia which sailed yes.
terday for Liverpool, tok out twenty
four Atnerlcau burses, det'ned tor cart
riage use, dui some lor laiui work, high
teen of these were lrom the stables ot
Isaac II. Dahlmun, who has for scvejul
months nast engaged In the purchase
ana transportation oi horses to hiiirland.
aud the remaining six were purchased by
mu 1.1111011 KniieuiHU.
Only within a few inontlin ha4 the
trade between this country and England
In the matter of homes readied any dim
ennions worth mentioning. The first re
gular shipment from this port having
been made Putt spring. I'lio stables
which went from here previously wi-re
mostly stock taken over lor the purpose
of racing. But the recent Franco-Prussian
war made an active demand tor
horses, and the Turko-Kust-ian war may
have affected the supply, so there has
sprung up a commerce in American
horses that is increasing, and which may
beci'uoavery important teuture in our
The horses are not bought In this city.
They are purchased in Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Kentucky and western New Vork,
at rates vary ing lrom 125 to $200, and
in cases ot extra Valuable stock even
more. The cost ol tranuportiiii? a liorxe
to Liverpool Mr Jin $00 to $75. They
sell In England at lrom $300 to $ 100 each,
affording a fair margin of profit.
The horses are fed four quarts of oats
a day, besides soft teed and liny. The nar
row box stalls are bedded with sawdust,
as being Inore comlortable to the feet
than straw, and a man is constantly,
night and day, In attendance on them.
When the horses become very tired,
slings are so arranged that their weight
la taken off their feet. The journey seems
to agree with them. Instead ot losing,
they generally gain in weight, aud when
the restraint ol the sea voyage is remov
ed, and they once more touch terra tlrnia,
they are to frisky they can barely be held
John Mason, a well-known rritnina
lawyer of Chicago, died at his homo In
that elty on Thanksgiving day, In the
New York Store !
Old, Reliaale and Cheapest Store in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS !
Largest General Stock In the City !
I Old wt.. and Commercial .tvenntJ,
NEW DEPARTURE IN BUSINESS.
Goods from this Date to be Sold Cheaper than ever.
Utmeruber, we toduy adopt the lull chantrs system and sell goods at the very
Closet margin, giving the one and two cent pieces tor change. Every person receiv
ing their exact change, and not rhargi.ig five cent? tor three cents worth of jrond.
LOOK AT OUK PRICES.
A lew ot whlrli we give below. Remember
on same bai. and regular chain; made :
Best Hlo Ootte, - per lb i'ulmSoap, per har
Prime " ... 2Zc " " Matihes. - 4o " "
Kuir 'Jlc " ' " large, -tie " "
I'ur. hed RUM'utlet", thuhe. C9c " " Best Lye, . - .
t jfUOd, ' '1M " " Soda, .... (); " j
A uxar, .... Ho" " Bluelny, 4 oz bttls, - - 4j " bttle
C " ' - standard, - 10c " " " 8 " -
XO" Oc " " Best Starch, - - (if It)
Uif e, best He" " 2nd " ... ;,B lh
oDj .... 7c" " Ztne Wash Boards. ISc eai U
Soda tracker, best - - sto ' " stove Polish, - pr stii k
Best German Soap, Tc " bar 1 lb Cove Oysters,; - 8c " can
. Family Cc " " 1 lull. 10c " "
Yarmouth Con, - He " can Coal Oil, - !Nn gull
kard, 10c " lb Blacking, - - - 4c ' hu.t
Pepper Sauce, - - He " b'.tle " lare, - - e " "
1'rinU, per yard. ti and 7c. Mudln, per yard. 0. 7 and Sc. Flannel from 1&
to 3ilc per yard. Jeans from 1C to 5ilu ner yard. Tickings from a to isc per yard'
i.u,iie' Hniui. So nr rmlr. . Snool ( otton. liDfi vards ucr fuool. 4c. Clark's bet
riirw.ii. ir snool. Ce. Full line of Cent's
l nreiiu, per spui, run uiur wi 'nv
largest lino ol'Stuple aud fancy D y fioods
..II iiiin.nlilanil fllA I.UI'IlJ'
III C Ull IJIIUI ;UMrM IITI-.M' M.
We ulso cull
Boot and Shoe
Whirh is complete and utocl; well selected.
l. (in to $2 HO
We would ?ay to tlic public that we adopt tliii r.ile in making change, believ
ing it to be Ihc best and enly right way to do business. Every one Is entitled to
their riht change, aud should not pay five cents lor an article which should be
bou"ht"for three cents. We nro determined to sell goods low as heretofore. The
sueressol business is to sell goodJ at, a low margin, which Insures an increase ol
Turtles from the country who buy Kiiull iob lots lor family use. we will save
them money by calling on us. 1,'emeinber, we n ea:i what we say and only u.-k a
call. Trices subject to change ol market.
AGENTS MIAMI POWDK1, CO.
0. 0. Patier & Co.
Col. E. N. Hati:', second regiment Il
linois State C'lianN, has tendered his re
signation. CiiiCAiiO Tribune: The Wall street Shy
locks are forcing matters to a direct issue
with the people. It they shall in any
way procure the defeat ot silver remoneti-
zation, then they must take tho coiise-
iUmu:cs. l o ueieai uiai uieasuru is u
put tho country at dcliance. It is to
challenge tho people to do their worst,
and at the election next fall for CongresB-
men and lor State Legislatures which
elect senators, there will bd a popular
unanimity, such as has not been witnes
sed since tho country rose en uias.-e to
vote men and money lor tho war. Mr.
Bland's speech was not at all an idle threat
it was a fair notice that, in a coalllct be
tween the people and the Shylocks, the
latter may congratulate themselves if the
remonltization of silver and the repeal of
resumption in gold bo all that will lie en
lorced by the popular w ill.
WHAT 10F. 1MU.1 til
(it. I.ollls lt((iiMiiIl.
Tho New York Tribune has this:
"What is 'one dollar?' it is, an I was,
when all these notes were issued, a piece
of gold, nine-tenths line, and weighing
25 B-10 grains. That is Urn dollar; the
greenbacks at e promises to pay that dol
lar." This Is just enediall the truth and no
more, or, to speak in another way it Is
just B0 per cent., of tho truth. W hat is
one dollar? It Is, and was wht-n all
these notes (greenbacks) were Issued, a
piece ot silver nine-tenths line and wij;h
ing 412 grains. The greenbacks are
promises to pny that dollar; or the gold
ono at their option.
It Is said there are none ol these sllyer
dollars incireulution.aml, therefore, they
are not recognized as dollars. But it
may be replied that, neither arc there any
gold dollars in circulation; are they,
therefore, not recognized as dollars? The
greenback dollar is the only one in cir
culation, and nine-tenths ot tho people
in the United States have not seen any
other for 14 years. Rut there are other
dollars made ol silver and gold in exis
tence an I the two aro equal before the
law; one is as much n dollar ai the other,
.nd a debtor has a right to pay his obli
gation In whichever he can get most con
OSK HUNDRED THOUSAND .4KK.1
OF 2AND PI'RCII ARED BY A
Messrs. John Leon, William Temple,
Fred Wolz, F. Spellman and William
lolmson, members ol the Chicago Colo
nization and Agricultural Industry Coin,
pany, and Louis Ilallinger, Ksq., Lund
Commissioner of tho state ot Alabama,
passed tlirough the city yesterday ou
their way to Chicago lrom a tour of in
spection ot the state ol Alabama. While
In that stahe they selected and purchased
from (he Ssuth and North Alabama rail
road company one hundred thousand
acres of land In Colluriii county, upon
which they propose to locate a colony ot
cmlgraiiLa from the Northwestern
Stales. This company has a
capital ot $30,000, and propose to build
up a model stock farm and dairy on these
lands. A part ol their plan is to aid
worthy settlers by supplying them with
lauds, stock, seeds uud Implements on
credit until one or more crops ore made.
They have reserved seventy acres in the
corporate limits ol tho town ot t ollman,
the county seat of tollman county, on
which they propose te erect a watering
tilaco and grape cure, alter the plan ot
European esUblUhinonts, a tine hotel
with nil aiodern improvements and
eomloru. n this place Is a spring
the waters of which ate said
by prominent thtrtm-ta to pos
larsre, and all good sold
underwear, very low. We have the
hui;i mm, ..
In houtlicrn IHinoH, the prices ot which
Boots from $2.00 to $ I.Mi. hhot s lrom
per i air.
sess the SAtne curative prop
erties ol the famous "Schw.ilbach Spring''
iu Uertnany. The establishment will be
open for visitors next summer. T wenty
livo families will settle on the land ol
this company In two weeks, to be follow
ed by n similar number every two weeks
until all tho lands arc occupied.
Tho Chicago colonization eompiiny,
which consists at present ol lWmumliurp,
recently selected 3n,00O acres in the same
county, which will bo occupied by them
during this winter.
A stock company to manufacture cast
iron pipe on an entirely new principle is
belug formed iu Chicago, tho works to
be located at Oxmonr, Ala., and their en
gineer. Mr. Ilansuiun, Is now at that
place for the purpose of iiiai.m the ne
The many advantages ol the south
over the bleak prairies of the west are at
last being brought to the notice ol emi
grants, uud the title of emigration seems
to be turning In that direction.
The gentlemen named above speak in
the highest terms ot the liberality and
courtesy of Dr. Standitord and Col.
Sloss, President of tho South ind North
Alabama railroad, who did everything In
their power to aid tbcra in their enter
prise. ' No Failure Knon n.
'I ncro is no rasn on record where Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild ( 'berry and
Ilorehotind has tailed togivesatislaction.
On the other hand, whenever It, has been
used by our people, In severe Jcolds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooping-cough ami consumption, thry
arc enthusiastic in It praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous) drug, it
does not constipate, and Is a!e to admin
ister in nil conditions of health. This is
an important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial Rize,
10 cents; large sics, SO ccnU and One
Dollar. Sold by Itarclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parktr's Pleasant
W orm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and rcquirf s no
phyic. Price 'JS cents. Trv it.
Instead ol uldingher In her efforts to re
cuperate, Is obviously not. the way to got
well when one Is sick. et this is pre
cisely tho course pursued of course un
wittingly by persons who arn continual
ly dosing themselves wit'i powerful min
eral drugs for some malady with which
they are alllictcd. Such Imnelul medica
ments rather tend to retard recovery than
to hasten it. How much more sensible
nre they who employ tho gently acting
but thoroughly cllieient restorative, 1 lo
Btetter's Stomach Hitters, which, unlike
the drugs referred to, Is eminently whole
some and sale; and. Instead of injurylng,
improves the tone ot the stomach and re
creates health ond vigor In tho broken
down system. Indigestion, liver com
plaint, constipation, kidney nnd bladder
ailments, and rheumatism, yield to Us
corrective influence, and It U tho remedy
nnd preventive par excellence for Inter
mittent and remittent levers and other
disorders bred by miasms tainted air and
water. It Is. moreover, a superb appet
NO CURE-NO FEE
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I Dr. Ml.
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COLO PtATEDWATCIIEH.C ;hM
una ma kuu warn olid. tamf fitrlo
4f,k. AUaicH. A. fcUfckll v,iui.i
S3. F. Blake
; Ucalflrs In
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
tfall Paper, Window QlaaJ, Win
dow Sbadoa, &o,
llwy od Mnt. th" o!elratr'l illlimlnstlo
Corner EUTentn Streat and Wasbt
WHOI.MAl.r AND UtTAU.,
,:lQootlB Hold Very Cloae.
Coiner 1BIU atreet and Oomucnd Avu.
'I I Iti ntiCii :l 'he pulilic 1- i .-ilii 'I
In Ihis ii'iil iiiiii'iii uii itl In
llor-e l 'ollar.
C;:::: c; Mr. Shculd Give it a Trial
all at. tin
lis m mm k
Si). II!) ( OMMKIM IAI. AVK.,
and examiuu and li; convinced ol the
an at Fii'.i riTity of ilits new collar over
the old style hard nnd Miff collar now in
use. It. is i well-known I'act th .t every
day large numbers nl horses nre renderKil
unlit lot service by drilling, caused by
tho use nl the old style collar, and that
by this means many horses are made to
hall;. 1 Ids new collar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
Is the In -t made, t'oine and see thorn
all l'JC'omi'iiercial iiveriiie.fnoi ot Seventh
V. Roissor & Sea,
A ut lio'i'-.-Ti and I" si rt in
Now 4 Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th and Cornmerc'l Ave.
L'ontuinptlon, flint wourye of rmniiuiJi?, lit
the Krt'itl tln-ad ut tliu litiiniui family, iu til oif il
1 ftei riMiil'Icnt that I am In po-'CWn of tin
only ear', iiUiillilile rHiiittly now kaumi Ur
In: irof( !tsin lor tl'.p Hnly, jtosilivK nure ot
liat dreud ttiHciUie, nuil iib miwi-lrtiiiMt iionun
ItttiiH, vir, t (.'uturrti, .ViitliitiH, llrimcliiliit, .Nt i
voih IJclillitv, etc., i-lc. 1 mu 11 foxy. 1 1
live in ini-Ulcin. 'i wi'nty-ri;lit y-aif -rieiics
as h liiuy practitioner iu the Hunt rim
e;iniition lin.iiitiilo in tin- old ami ixrw worlil,
h.m liiuglit iiiv lliu vuluu ol' jio,cr iwdiitt tin
bolli local ami eonHtitiitiomil in llie cur" of till
Krent eiit'inv of our iare. 1 liavc fiMiud It. Jitit
lam ilirri"iHin;. 1 tuarirj mil lo cay to tliosn
eitlli riii with ciinsiiiiiinaa or any ol the aliove
intiluUieH. Unit liy Uilri'siHR mo, iilviDKympn
lnllls, tlicy ftllllll lw itlt iu OOHHriwiiill J'HllIB
grutt booh, without churKO, anil (-hall have the
Goni'lif ol' my exiierivnce in tliotisaixiH of ruite
Biii'.tseMtluDy tivjittil. Full jiarluiibirs, dim1
tionn lor irqarulion uutt tw e, uml ailvim anl
Inbtrui'titiMd lor eiiiRcddlul trealmi-nt at your
own lionif, will lie received by ymi hy n itirn
mail, free nl chaw, liy atlUreiHinn
Mi. JoilN .t. III KNETT,
wP.lly K,7 JeOi-rson tti'twl lutavill
f"Of""tAny Person who will ni.ik
I" ImlalL I aud fm w, ml mi' a lint of the
named ol relialile persons of their naiimintwe
who wish to !rocurt'un Inalruiiient, either Pi
ano or Organ, J w ill use my liest endeavors in
sell tbeiu one, and l.ir every piano I nawe 4' in
selling lo their list within one year, I will credit
tHein Willi tw, and lor every ortran , lo I an
)ilieil on puynient of either a piauo or orn.in ;
anil when itauiouMs ton sum aulllcienl In pay
for any intiuiiient, selected at '.he I.OIVC-T
WtlllLKAI.b. l'ltH K, 1 will immediately nhip
the instrument, free, or alter any nmount It
creilileil the halum o may lie paid me in nirili and
1 will then alup them (lie instrument, lliey
need not he known In the matter, and will lie
dolnif their friend a real amice, as I ehull
make M'KCIAI. OFKKHS to them, dellinft a
St I'KItKlIt INSTur.MKNT Tor from )NK
HA1.F to J O-'J 11 1 Uls wlnt Is iirdinarlly
uskeil hv u Ken is. l'lene ;eml me a list at on'-e.
and after you have made inquiry, 3 on ran add
to it. Aildrvts,
PA XI EL I'. liKA TTl'tWal.U,gt-M, X.J.
nainmn iuTlMS 1
n urnian mjtm m iiima
iiUtruiTi ir.it emm, r tsl
WIMI4 W ImbUL DliiKlaih1
SlflN PAINTERS SS'ftW.K
Mates and Provinces to annwer tlila atlverllKe
meut. Addrcaa, KAN1KL F. BEATTY,
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY
A ORtthrtr Hu:Kt-l Mitt lofi'IIv (iiilifl'il plij-ilciu fini tho
riirAM nil fiirmn fl
CHRONIC Aad SE:
irniatorrho:i und Iuipotuort
tt ttm pmiiH of if-tt In uuti, vml In mu.
lum vt4M. vrorhr ru-w, tuiJ (.-ixltit ltitt tvuimi f il.' ir).
tuWiaii ' II i" Nrtt'iUiiift, Hpiiiiiid) I nilr utn, nllit ttnlv.
luti liv ilrtsm)- Ii. imc ol j1 Hill, lUiftn.- U- tnurt, I'lu.
iktllJ'iilv. ioi. In Sr. H t i-f 1 i-innl,',
ruuruitun of I t-.t. I f 1 v,rr. 4c, r-jMi'tnin
(imrrii tnipcM" f ir inh;it-v, tlH'W.alnv itiiI M-ntiM.
Vutiy curwl. SYPHILIS lH1,lh'U tl'r"' ,"'0"
"!2 fr"" '''; Gonorrhea,
GIiT htticlurc, f.Llii. tlfiuiii, i(i.luiV
II lVlf-ll-ut tlnil ft 1 1 1 -Irlmiwlmpiv-. ifs UlHllrnilnn
ar erliiiu ''In" iif -liPuM'. iint irvtUUw tiiiiuiiui.il niliu
lilt, .ulr itn-ul iiftM, pi rM liiQ kmtttHKHU ri LoI..,
Ir'mii'llilnl ;rt-r.itM ! (lit OU. WlUtl (1 I" iluHXlkOlltt-Ut l
l't tln'Htv itr trnaiiritit. ,k(sll In-iRHu lw kui prltucly
it. 1 "Wilv i-jr in I or rvprr.1 aiijrwltert'.
Cures Oaftraat(id iu all Caieu
npdfrtnktn. . . , , ,
i'onvi,tittii((n i(-tiutMr nr tr ictttr nrff una InriiPd
rurf isaittaibloiud .'irrMirttUilvitoijtricdjr cuUiiiiUl
Of 700 imt" ul to v i Utii, turlr tMlwl, Atr tfciftf
m (itbll, FAIuUil t'V rvHd tv ftll AitlrM M ftlMV.
Mm vn hvib V A, W. If. k. fubdm. ttsir.m
Turlsy Horse C ollar
U U S
SIGN OF THE GOL
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL
Washington Avenue and Eigam
White Lead, White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Rsady for lis Brush, : , y ' ,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
liPnk. Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tin best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Br. Woods9 Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use -Very Cheap
Shonkifir Bracfis for Ladies nnri Oentlpmmi
wnv v 'W
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum
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 WASHINE
"jist week I bought a 10 rent package of Walune and done to v washing In out bill
the UMiuitirni) at lens thunlmlf tbe tout ot Hoap. .My clotlus were whiter. 1 did not
have to rub tbem, and it did not shrink my woolonu, and for once I wan enabled to get
hot dinner on Miunlav, fSu la'llos try it. nnd you will give labor, time and money. It ii
npWi.Hir t.fa tA ,n i. t tya A
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Golden Lion Oologne-0f 5TKS-
I'liio I iii ported Hay Hum, Nploinlld Canada Tar
Soup English and American Noap - Fine Im- r"
ported llandkcrehief Extract's in origi
nal HottlcM or In Broken Quant I
t le an wanted at low prlccN.
Buy Your Bruco
At Barclays' DruglSioro.
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
Practical Test by tho U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY.
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.