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A SiNOi'iai question ol lnterprofi-
courtesy cme up Deiore hj
Venylla-) court few daji aa. a i
Dhyilalan wed hla minister tor dimiicuI
. . m-a. k.nw.lil I i
tendance, and the defence brought lor
ward the plea that it was customary lor
physicians to attend minister'! families
without compensation, and that in th'g
Initancethe doctor promised to make lo
charge. The latter point was established
by evidence, and In also appeared tli at
tba doctor sent In hialblll tor $93 out of
average because tbo minister's daughter
wouldn't marry him. The clergyman
got bis case.
Yiars ago there was an abundance of
wild fowl during the spring and fall, in
the lakes, and as out the wet lands of t!i?
Mississippi bottom, but ot late our hun
ters often return with little game. Thr-y
may read the accounts ot tho vast num
ber of geese and duels to be found in
California, and it will revive a recollec
tion of the good old days when the nlm
rod had only to go a mile or two from
the city to get all tho game lie wanted.
The Chronicle, ot San Francisco, liai the
following concerning wild fowl nnd
"A remarkable flight of wild eece
took place over and about Sacraments
City a week ago. The birds seemed be
wildered and terrified by the storm, and
to bo seeking a place ol refuge. Their
number was myriad, the air being dark
ened as by passing cloud and made vo
cat with their harsh gabble, as they flew
about in ail directions. A
the storm increased In iury, the r
flight, which had prevlou.'y
keen very low, descended to a level w.; n
many of the housetops, during the heavi
est ot the shower a part ot tho flock iu
asslng over Q street struck against a
irge house and were knocked into the
road, while otherstell wounded upon tt:u
kitchen roof. A flock alighted on I.
street, between Front and Second street",
and remained there for some time, gab
bling and confused in the darkness and
storm. Police officer Woods, .while on
his way home just betore day urea!;,
captured one of the geese on Eleventh
street, which had broken its win? by ly
ing against a house or some other obstruc
In a six days hunt in the Coast Hinge,
recenty, Win. HudUIeston and B. Pear
son killed 17 deer.
IL C. Flndley of San Luis Obispo last
week killed a wagon load ot geese in one
day bringing down 17 at one double
shot and twelve at another on the Ar
The champion duck shooting story U
from Los Angelcn. It Is stated that J.T.
Brown, a hunter of that place, recently
killed 100 ducks In a day, and 34 of them
at one shot. '
NARROW UAUGK RAILROADS,
The Railway Age says: "We have
noted several cheaply-built local rail
ways, but tho Pcnnaboroand Ilarrisvllle,
in West Virginia (3 fectguage,) is about
the cheapest yet. The president writes
us that the whole cost ot the nine miles
ot road, Includlnsr a locomotive, a ras-1
aenger car and two gondola cars, was 1
$30,000, which is an averngo ot $3,333
rer mile. The capital stock Is
$12,000, and the property is
morttraared for the Iron. eta., tor $1 3,02'J,
running ten years at 8 per cent. Tne
earnings ayerago from $jC0 to $000 per
month; the expenses about $209. At
this rate the net earnings are from $230
to $310 per month, or say, from $2,803 to
$4,000 per year. The lowest figure
would pay a handsome interest on the en
tireoostot the property, which Is whs
very few railroad in this or any othe
country do now-a-days. Wo woulJ
like very much to have the ex
act figures for an entire year's operation
One other noteworthy feature besides ihc
remarkably small cost of the road Is tog
geted in this Item: "No paid offlcrg on
this road but two freight agents, who are
paid $100 per annum each." Here is
something for other companies tu read
and consider. When they get the azure
gate pay of their oflloers and agents down
to $200 per year they will begin to make
eOVERXHSSTOFriCEIM IX HOG.
At St. Louts on the 28th. the United
State! grand Jury found Ind'.c:me;;:i
azalottThomat Wahh, superintendent,
and Wm. K, Patrick, late assUtsct gu
perlnteodent of the custom honfe on!
postofflee building in that city. The In
dictment charges Msssr. WaHU and
Patrick with conspiracy to defraud the
government by Hulnft tale ce.-tlficatci
as to tb cost and quality ot building ma
terial tor the custom house and as to the
my rolls. The amount involved is aN
eged to be large, and the transactions ol
the nirtles accused have extended over a
period of several years. The capias han
not vet been Issued, the district attorney
considering the government at preaent
sufficiently secured, the parties indicted
being old and responsible citizen, and
already under heavy bonds.
J be ttbot.
A UTAH MiaDKRKR SENTENCED TO DEAT1I,
PsovO, Utah, November 28. Wallace
Wilkerson, convicted on Saturday of mur
der In tne first degree, was sentenced this
afternoon by Judge Kmcrson to be Kbot
on Friday, tho Hthof December, between
the hours ot 10 and 3 o'clock. The prls
oner, In response to the question of the
court it he had anything to say why the
sentence should not te pronounced, said:
'1 Ham to aay that when I did the bboots
Ing 1 supposed my life was In danger.
Men hero swore my llle away because 1
knew they had been stealing, and they
were afraid of me." Tho attorney i for
tne orlsoner informed the court
on Tuesday that, as they considered the
trial fair, and conceived that no error had
been committed, no motion would be
made to remove the case, ine prisoner
manifested no emotion. Ills demeanor
throughout the trial has been that of In-.
f 1 PISTOL.
A JIAIOCI MAS IH0OTS BIS ItlSlfiEbl SET
Mii TIMES WBH.I W Hit ARMS.
CLivtLAVD, O., Dec. 3. Charlei R,
yeua eld, killed his mistress, Mary Kelly,
lo t house of UV-tame, at So, 100 Cross
strew, u a o'clock this afternoon. Jeal
oust was tba cause of the murder. The
murderer gave himself up, was taken to
ms inmi - lantan, and Wltn a
Ireshlylltclgir, In aoala and pcrfestly
cool maoner gave the following verbatim
account of the shooting: 1 laid down nn
the bed with Mary: and after lew words
I pat my left arm around her and with
my right hanl took the revolver from
my jocket and putting th muzzle to bsr
par fired. Slio ia'd: "torjrive hip,
Charlie; send to the priest." leoutlnucd
to shoot her in the right chock until tho
sev'n cnargea were cinptieu into tier
head. Finding she was dead I got up
ut on a chair unJ put three more
chargt-s In the revolver, and "lnylnor
, her arm, which luy acrosi hor
I nt .a mm I ..... ltA ntlt7'.l.l
war u ,s heart M , knew ,)()W
tnd nred tw0 gil0Uj UII j willl ti,u tuirj
1 1 r I. 1. V. . . l. 1 . ...,..ln . .. n
ki2 ten ahoU In all. After the ubovo
horrible recital. McUM oniorea ms sup
per, saying, "Don't eend mo any rold
Fundi; I wnut a good square meal." The
murderer was tormeriy irora Aniens
Ohio, and Iniaid to have a wifn and ch'U
lron in Columbus, Ohio. He has live!
In Cleveland about a year ana a naif.
F.NDOL' THE Sl'ECUL SESSION ADMINIS
TRATION OF Et'STH RECOMMENDED, fcTC.
Washington-, Deo. 1. The special ses
sion ot congress is about to run into the
regular session and closes upon one ol the
most closely contested disputes ever
known In the senate. For ono week the
struggle lor supremacy has been going
on and no one could tell what each hour
would develop. It was a grand game of
chess, both sides playing skilfully. Sow
that it Is practically over, ilustis admis
sion tho tirst of next week being assured
by the report of six to three
lroin the committee to-day, the
the advantage in the contest U
awarded to the Republicans. They have
seated Kellogg primarily by the r -tle-t-ne8
ol the Democrats, and partly by rhe
tightening of party lines, which result
was brought around chielly by Conklliiir.
Whether a different result would have
been secured had tho Dumocrafs not hn
tempted to forco the committee in But
ler's caw is a question. As it is, the sen
ate will soon be full, and, counting I avld
Davis with the Democrats, the Republi
cans will havo two majority, with Wheel
er's vote in cases ot necessity.
work or inn dat.
To-day's session in both branehei can
be described as devoted to miscellaneous
business. Eustis' case was reported In
the senate, Hoar, Mitchell and Wadlelgii
joining the Democrats In the report. 'J ho
miscellaneous appropriation bill was ii
ported and passed with a few change !
the house bill. A conference wills -M!e
the disputed points belore llond iy ncin
at the openining ol the regular fftifui.
In the house numerous field-day iiie i
ures were up and fought over by a i at
tendance barely inoib than Hmniorlty un
til 4 o'clock, when a recess was taken un
til Monday at 10 a. ra.
At about three o'clock the Senate went
Into executive stlnn, remaining v. iili
closed doors until Imlt-pat six. But four
or live nominations wcretonlirmed, how
ever, Fitziimmons for innrlial in floor
gla being the only Important one. 'a
was over his cae that nearly all of the
time was consumed. Everybody had
something to say about It and some K0
publicana had something to say about
the president over Fitzsinimon's should
ers and so the New Vork appointments,
the reconsideration on Harlan nnd oth"r
interesting cafes were not brought up.
As the Senato w'll only have two hours
more this session, they will not likely hi?
OIK W4MIINCTOX I. FT TEH
1T1K IlKCl'I.An bEtiSIOS-STATUS O? Tl-K
SKNATCHAVKS ASUllIE EEN'ATF Till:
HfltOX IilSA6Ti".H GHEAT 8'iOE.M A
NEW DKMOCBATir: DAILY CJ.K1CHIH,
OF TtXAH, KTC.
Tnn RRCCI.AK 6K85IOX STATUS OF TEV.
WAsniMisON, D. C, Nov. 20, 1S77:
'f he regulur ie?Klon of cungreps commen
ce Pocember 3J, aud It 13 not yet i!t;;
nltely settled whether or not both hoi:v
will be Democratic. It m.iy Le "ail al
most with certainty, however, that the
senate is as nearly evenly divided ns any
legislative body ever win. 'J'I.e yitut
progreaj made by the Dcrnccrar.y m that
body, whether or not It chall obtain lull
control of it liuforo JInrch, ll'fi. Is n
:b,'ect for congratulation. Only a lew
yea-s nco the RepuWleniii were trrsgant
with a two-thirds vote, and m
'ast as that m.ijoriry us thrT.;ened
new senafiM we:e hrn'-gnt :n
through the admission ot new f'tat' .,
farmed In the wildfrne, or in the d'vl-
s'.on ol ot;;er. Tbeilav of Fiieh (hsrp
gard ol tlisconstltnrloii nnd ! iljit it
cr. Fo far as h kumu
J.'B. HAVES HAS TAKES XO TART
la the Senate struggle over thecu'eiof
Bj.Ier and Corbia of South Carolina and
Ke'.logs and Spoflord, and PinehbneV
and Eusrfs of Louisiana. Ilis guide,
philosopher and friend, Stanley Mat
thew?, however, opposes tho seating of
Kellope. The presiding officer of the
Cpnute. Yheler. hns taVen nn nnina ro
conceal the fact that his sympathies were
with the Republican party in the
content. Since Saturday when the
first report ot the
WI1ECK OF Til F. II I KON
was received here, public iiitrest m tho
subject of tho loss has been great many
relatives and friends of the officers havo
been constantly at the Navy Department
durinz the daystlme, and the survivors
who have reached tba city, have been
surrounded by anxiaus inquirers. There
will be an investigation by the depart
ment. A congressional Inaulry.rvas pro
posed la the House yesterday, and will
be discussed to-day. The lossot tho ves
sel Is not attributed to lack of skill or vi
lijance of any of the offlcers or crew.
of the century visited tbo region of the
Potomac river on Friday and Saturday,
and the riso of that river caused great
damage along its whole course.
Definite announcement Is made of the
proprietorship of the
KEW DEMOCRATIC DAILY
hsre. It will be In good bands, both in
its editorial aud business departments.
The new Republican daily, the Xaliowl
UnitH, does not present the appearance
ol a succcsslul paper. There is not pat'
rouage enough here for two Republican
morning papers, and the Republican, by
reason ot being an older and better
known sheet, seems to get most of such
advertising as our limited biiflnens ut
ASSISTANT EliCRETAIlY M'CORMICK,
of the Treasury, than whom no man has
been more persistently written up lo the
newspapers since newspapers were first
published, Is permitted to leave bis post
and bis successor Is named. It Is not
important wno tne miccraior may be, as
I aastitant stcretary's builutu Is ctlel-
New York Store !
Old, Reliaale and Cheapest Store in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS !
Largest General Stock in the City !
UHli St., and Coinmerelul venue.
NEW DEPARTURE IN BUSINESS.
Goods from this Date to be Sold Cheaper than ever.
Remember, we to-day adopt the lull change system and oll goods at the very
closet margin, giving tho one and two cont pieces for change. Every person recelv
in;; their exact change, and not c!iargi:i tlye cenU lor three rent worth ol foodi.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES.
A lew ol which we give below. Remember our stock is lar.'e, nnd all gonds sold
on ?ame hasi. and regular change made :
Best Klo Cortee, 21; per lb Palm .Soap, 4e per bur
J'rimc " ... 22e " " MaUhen. . 4o " '
Fair 21c " ' " large, - - - e " "
parehed Rio Coffee, choice. 2He " " Hest Lye, . - !) " "
i good, "jo " " SoUh, - C: " 'j
Asnsnr, .... lie" " lilucin.-, 4 oz httle, lJ " btt'.e
C - Jlandard, 10c. " " .. . .
jjoi Best .Sture.fi, - - - tie. " l!)
lite, best e " " 2nd " ... r,i Hi
. -jnj .... To " .Inn Wash lloril, Die t-M,h
Sii!aCr:u:kers,bent e ' " ktov ToIIbIi, - . 4e pr Ml.-l:
flef-t tierman Soap, - - To" bar 1 lb Cove Oyster", s - Se "can
Kamily t' 1 " " " Wc " '
Yarmouth Com, " ''an Coal OH, . . . ?,.. .u
L;il.,l JOe " lb I'.!, kin-j, - . - 4i! ' ir,n
I'epp'erSancf, - He bttle " Im.'e, - - s "
Prints, per yard, r, tl and Te. Mn-din, ier yard, fi, 7 and fie. Klamiel-i Ii-mii l:i
toXfii per yard, .leans, from 10 to .Mle. cer yard. Ticking from ft to I. per juird
I Ladies' I loe, Se pr pair. '. Spwl otton,
Thread, per spool, tic. run line oiiiom
inrgeRt line of Staple and laiiey l.y I'.ooiU
ai'Mill gnnranfeed the lowest.
V also call
Boot and Shoe
Which U complete and toek well seleeted.
1. (i to ?2
Wo would sy to the public that we
Wut ir tn lie the be-t and cnlv linht way
their right change, and should not pay Ave cents lor nn nrtiele which should be
bou"ht1tor tlirw cents. We are determined to ae!l gooiU low an heretofore. The
siicicssot business is to sell gootl.-t at a low niarln, wh'u h insure- an increase ol
Parties from the country who buy small oli loUfor family u(. we will nye
them money by calling on u. l'enieinber, we mean what, we J-ar an-1 only a-k a
call. Trices subject, to change ol market.
AGKNTS MIAMI mWDRIf ( O.
0. 0. Patier & Co.
ly the registering of appointments made
by those higher in authority, and the civ
log out of information to reporter, but
it is a relief to l.uow that' JI;C r.nlck
will no longer be compelled to stiller m
health by his devotion to the interests ot
the Government, nnd thut Slier
man has found n man h'
can be trusted fo attempt to fill Mr. Mi
Comtek's place. We shall have lo take
our daily paper without any McCormick
in it hereafter. Representative
8CI.E1CHEII, or TEXAS, W19HE8
the government to build a railroad and
telegraph lino from San Antonio to the
Rio Gmnde near Fort Duncan. Mr.
S.-li lelierN idea is that the road would re
duce the cost of defending the south wes
tern boundary. The roa.l Is estimated to
co: about five million. Mr. Solcieher u
a very Ktulal gentleman, ami believes
thoroughly in the futuro greatness m
Texas, but be will hardly brine; the cov.
r t.i.. ..y 1,?..
eminent to iook uvorumy uuou nn un
schemes lor her agerandizment.
Wars and railroads are expensive lux
uries In tho dayii, and Mr. Sci.her
pVicn'.d mcdciute hk demaudt If he hopes
to have them granted. McKay.
S'.l'.l prc-dn at the corner of Seven
teeth street and Washington avenue,
a-ul has as tmiiU a fine variety of dress
ing cases nnd parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention to his flne lo ot camp nnd
Come, look, buy, pay and then fall to
the rear to make room for the next cup,'.
Mr. Punliuft H. PilWbnry, IJvrlrlc-
With medicated baths, would invite the
attention ot the sick, and those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, lemulc complaints, catarrh aud
all impurities of the blood. Her system
of treatment la pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are given; she has been very
succcsslul for a number of years, and
she does not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there is any constitution to build
Having engaged the batb-rooins of Dr.
Arter on Tenth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, whero
s-ho will at all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 in
Vital weaknrBj or depression; a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
tiio result ol mental over-work, iudis
crctions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by IIumpLrey's
llomcopathlc Specific No. 2S. It tunes
up and invigorates the syhtein, imparts
strength and cucrgy stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect succes by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Fiice$l
per single vial, or f5 per package of live
vials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mall on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 100 Fulton street N. Y.
How IS la Donm.
The first object in life with tho Am
erloaa people Is to "get rich;" the second,
how to regain cood health. The first
ran bu obtained by energy, honesty nnn
saving; the second, (good health), by us
Ing Green's August Flower, Should you
bi a despondent sufferer from any ut the
yards per spool, le. ( lark's let
s umierwear, very low. to nuve me
In. southern Illinois, the price of which
niti - nHort ro
Roofs from ?2.00 to i l,0. shoi s from
00 per pair.
adopt this rule in making eliune, In liev- j
to do business. Every one U entill"d to
efl'enfjof Dy-pepsin, I.iver Complaint,
Indigestion, &e., such Sick l!esid.ieh
Talpltation of t!n Ih-arr, Sour Siomni li.
rtubiunil Cotivenf-', D:7Zi::e? ol the
Head, Xervoii? Prostrn'ion, Low SplilN,
& c, you neeii not puft'.r imoiher day.
Two dofes ot Augut Flower wi'l relieve
you ut or.ee. Saiiipli; hoti!e 10 cents.
: Regular size ".' cents, ro-'.t'.ve'.y eol I
; by all (ircf-e!;ii lnira't.t in tho 1'iiit- J
' State. x-3u!C.iiw
Wm, I li'linotl, iirnler in mill tinnu
Ineiurer uf I iiriilnu .
Offers "-ptcl'il Inducr'tninti in Drcsirg
Cases and Parlor Suiu. AUo in a:l vnri
ities of Furniture, sneh a? Fo".d!n, Camp,
Cane, Wood Heat, iiocitfi aiid ( l:ui:.;
P.ed.'tesds, Burt.nis, Lnoklng CU:?e,
.MatircsF.ea, nr.d nil oilnrarti iles of furni
ture imnini;'nulile. The bloody chasm of
bottom prices lm been reached, and Mr.
lchhofl' now stands rctdy to meet the
rea'onahle requirement of the closest
buyers, either ol largo or small quanti
ties, and ffiti.ifactlon guarant-od. Po
litenessantl rourter.us treatment injured
all wishlnij to examine good?. I invite
all persons to come and look at my stock
and obtain ray prices. Factory and m!ej
room coiner nf Seventeenth street and
Washinzton avenue. 17-lm
PAIXT AND OILS.
Paints, Oils, Varnisbea,
WM Paper, Window QlasB, Win
dew Shades, &.Q.
Arw?a r.u r.&inl, the uMirat1 tlliinitnattn
Oornr Kitvaaiu etreet and Waabl
Al ItOIM Oil,.
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Corntr 10th street aad Commerd Ave,
O. O. PATIER & CO.
fk MAN OF A THOUSAND.
ft CONIUMPTIVI OUHID.-wb'i t
' A tti. oourlT HDHW (l.m Cun.uiBiittaB. .11 r.
im uim OHM, w ut. u, I'm u upprlnxit.
I. h uiianwir w. moutnon .1 imUa
rap .ui tuna u. uir ui.a. ui lo i,n u
rniM DM fit ncolpt W IW. nia , 1 ftf 11,0m,
itt wui tmi, rmb Nit ii nic'r kvr totn,
Ad.lrm, CRADIiOCK Ci.,
1,0."3 Rc bt., rutin., sun,li!( thli papur.
. To Consumptives. ,
Coniumiitlon, that imw or humanlt?,' In
tin1 Kin ilrxaJ ol (lie lmuua fi'.'Hily, in ll . ,yil
IliI i-.uiuitrii"t. i
1 ciull'lfiit ilmt I am in iOBi,coion uf tlif
unly aura, inJiillililu p-iiu-U-,'- iidit Kii-.aii l-
tin jirolt Ktion ivr it (ikHj-, i.oi(he cura ui
llltt (Ill'Mcl lii.l'IIHC, xinl il llll It". UUP IV(l''.HU-
ituutd, viz: i.uturrli, A. Uiiih, UruiicliilM, i.r
rouii fk-Wlilv, el.-. I hiii nlil tusv. II"'
liovc in mcilioliif. Twi-iily-cmit yean t-xju-riene
n a limy irnniliw-r in Hio Kul cuu
ilioption bo;ii'aIo in tin- old And n-.W w-tll,
tun taiiKlit iu tli value ol' irir mulh-u (nu
botb luml and eunxlinuiuniil in ili cur" n( tliU
frentcnfinyoronrmcc 1 Imve found It. "is-.it
am (liK"'"'il:"i. 1 mui iril rut In h to lli'Mt
difltring Willi coniumi't on or any of the l)ov
mulwlim, Uiut by miUrvdr LJ ma, giving sympl
toms, thi-y tluill be liut in iionm-iiKinn Jolliiit
erem boon, WHlinut cUr, nm dull b.iv Uie
inclli of my txprtit-uuo 111 lliouuudii ut uuv
UCtsesslUlly tiistcl. full lurlii'lilum, uliiv
Iioub lor (jifjisruliuu nu t vi-t, nn-l n-lvio- Butt
lustruclionii liir succc3lul Ic.linent ut mit.'
own lioruo, will be ici eivi U by you by (i luin
umihlrue ol cbiirgr, by mlilrt-Hinir
Ml. JOHN b.lllHNIiTr,
!t1 167 .li-Ut-Hun street LouUvill
STBATTON & BIRD,
AilU AMERICAN POWDER CO.
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
Aii'l Dealer In
R.. IS OHIO LZVZE.
Prt,.t.t:-'n:: .1 if.
i-n t '. ifiv i i ri i d
Darnel F. Beattys
PIANOS and ORGANS.
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Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoab, tihawnootrtwn, Evano
villo, IiOuiHvillo, Cirjomnnti
and all way landings.
1 t,r rl-Hl,l ni l WlifJ l cVlill,.'r
A'.l.TtB. PiKKiNnrn-i Mwtcr
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tteb ttOfct mulTM clou cfmnfoilorii ut Cairo
with flrat-il fittt. Htcmrf tot Hi. Luuin, M-m-
FibliiD'lNew Orlnt, ml it Knsvll!e with
hK. AC. It. It. for nil polnta North nnt Kurt,
indwltbtba I.ouUtllla Mull 8uuiit (anll
polsWontlie Uiipvr Ohio, K'vinfr Ihrounhrn
eulpU on frtighut anil puimuger. to all mintt
I'or urthir lnfornitlnn apply to
JAMKS IilijG.'l. Pauengn Airt.
Or to (1. J. GU4HMR,
ajiuif-rinf mlrnt and Cicrl Frelijlit Aent,
lVj-jj-lv. bvamvilU Iadiuii.
(JppiAny I'mon wliu will niiakt
r rCEaEai I anu forwmd iuc li.t of tbe
Damea ol reliable prrsom of tliclr aciuaiiitanu
who wish to procura an inatrumaat, f uhcr I'l
anoor Organ, 1 will list) my bent tnili-uvora to
ull tbem one, and fur .very piano 1 huccwiI In
uIIIur to tlirir Hat witbin one year, 1 will credit
them with am, and Inr every organ to, to be up
plleil on iiaymeut of eilhur a piano or orna ;
anil whin it amonutt to a turn aulllclent to pay
for any luatrinuent, aelcclvd ul tlin LOWtnl
WlKlLESALh. i'UlCJi, 1 will luimtdlalely ship
the 4natmment, tree, or aller any amount It
creiliiud tlie balance may be paid in in cash and
1 will then ship them the iuatruueot, Xbey
need not be known In the matter, aud will lie
dolus their friend a n-al nervicu, ai 1 aball
muko nPKCtAL. OKt'fcHS to thtm, aellinK a
SL'I'KRfOK INSTRUMKM for from ONE
HALF to TWO-THIRDS what Is urdlnurily
asked by ajrenta. I'lcune send me a lint at on e.
and after you have niu'lo mi.uliy, you can add
to It. AddriMB,
D.iSIEL F. BEA TT1 Watlbigtea, .V. J.
NO CU RE-NO FEE! '
full ioT tl vtnivt4 Hwt, Ch4K tm th ciin ot nil
Mvi, Cbrftilr nnd Spill D''hm, Nfinlnnt WmLrtfiM,
Mrpvniit IK'blttty. mi Lut MunbooJ, iif:m.tt.iiy
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SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee;
SIGN OF TJHE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All .ftta-Esiij for tie fad,.
Illuminating Oils, I " " ;
Lard Oil, Whalo Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin KoiosTie Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
tho World. Mado of Glass
and '"vVarrarueJ rot to
l eak, O rrodo or Break
Every fam ly should have
!L TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manu!2cur b VV.Ijxt and
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' 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 DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use -Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes !
1 , 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' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills, v
, Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith'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
"Lnstwock IbouglitalOcentpckagoof Wanhlne and done my washing In on half
the uiual time at lest) than half Uie oont of Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub tucm, und it dlt not ibrink my woolon?, and for once I wua enabled to set a
hot dinner on .Monday, Ho lutllf try it, ana you will Have lubor, time and money. It la
perfoclly cafe to uno it. . .-M i n..( . MB8.A.
6 and 10 cont Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BAHCLAT'S.
Golden Lion Cologne ;!S3ui?2iKano0
I'nrc Imported Bay Bum, Splendid-Canada Tar
Soap F.nglifth and American Hoaps-.Flne Im
ported Ilaudkerclilef Extract In orlgl ,
. nal Bottle or In Broken uaii41- y
tie as wanted at low.'prleeii. .
IV) I II IUI II II V- VVJI
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The Family Safeguard
Awtrded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and rVac'..C2l Test by the U. 3. GOV
c nME:MT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
Mt.NI", Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMEOAT INSPECTORS
GOAHD OF WASHIMGTON CITY,
Fire rUk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
I ! -Mill.' M