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Hos. Wji. K. Morrisiw hftt?"B
bit position u chairman oi "rfe commit
tee on public lands bcauso the commit
toe refused to allow him to remove the
clerk. Mr. Bcnonl Fuller, ot Indiana,
will, it U Mid, succeed Mr. Morrison. It
li reported In tbls connection that it Is
possible Mr. Morrison may be made
chairmauof the committee on I'aeilk
Tm Richmond Enquirer, witch sus
pended publication on November 2S, has
. mAnnv.lrulnir concern since the
Urvu m j --m
war. Although It was tho most time
honored Journal in tho south, having
teen lounded la 1801 by Thomas Ritchie,
the Neater of the press, Ita venerable
prestige would not hold up under the
push ot papers ol less fame. It has chan
ted owners seven or eight times in the
but ten years, and In that period it Is un
derstood to hftvo sunk $1.'0,000,
but none ol tho unlucky pro'
orletors took it so to heart as
tho last one. Robert William Baylor,
who Is supposed to have committed sul
cide Mnder the pressure ot newspaper
debts. Mr. Baylor bought the Znqnirer
iimMnthuirn. but In a tew weeks be
became depressed In spirits and mystcrl
niiv left Richmond on the lOtli instant
lor Kentucky, and has not been in his ot
He since. It appears that tho last time
be was seen was on the 2Gtb instant, at
Miliord, not lar trom Richmond, on his
way to Washington. lie told triends that
be bad a presentimtit be would not res
turn to Richmond alive, and in conver
aatlon with acquaintances, he spoke of
his embarrassment, and showed a box
ot morphine pills and a Derringer. Bay
lor had lived in Norfolk previous to purs
ehaslng the Enquirer, and was well
known and esteemed. He was about 3G
yean ot age. O. Watson James, the
editor ot the paper and part proprietor,
says that ho has suspended publication
until the mystery could be fully luvesti
. gated, and wrote no valedictory. But
the Enquirer will hardly be revived. Do
tectlvei are now searching for the body
ot the unlortunate Mr. Baylor.
Mr. Adam Bapkac, United States
Consul General at London, In a despatch
dated the 10th of November, refers to
tbe annual report of the Consul at Man
Chester, and Invites particular attention
to bil remarks on the Influx of workmen
from tbe United States to various points
In Great Britain, whether as carpenters
to Manchester, masons to Loudon and
Glasgow or minors to Derbyshire, In con
sequence ol a notion spreading among
American mechanics that the labor
market on tbe other fide of the
Atlantic is better than In the
United States. Many are thus Induced
to ' emigrate, contldcnt of procuring
pamlr ami remunerative employment,
and the result is that, unless m me
cbanlchas previously obtained a contract
insuring him employment, he finds him
Mb! without either money or work. His
condition rapidly becomes worse, and he
Is obliged to part with his clothing in
order to obtain food and lodging, until
Anally be appears at the nearest United
States Consulate half starved, and with
hardly sufficient raiment to cover his
nakedness, begging to be sent back to
tbe United States, and is surprised and
indignant when informed that no funds
are In the consul's hands for such a pur
pose. Whatever may be tho claims ol
tbe applicant for relief, thero can be no
doubt of the need for It, and no doubt
that if given It will afford only temporary
conclusion, as there Is an utter improha
blllty of the stranger obtaining any kind
ot employment. Tho Consul General
urges tbe Importance of bringing before
American mechanics tbe improvidence ot j
their course in seeking work from stran
gers and at a distance Irom home, with
out bay lug positive assurance that they
wlU be successful, and especially to warn
inch persons that tbe consular officers of
tbe United States are not authorized to
grant them any relief whatever.
ThaOhl SaaMrlilp-Hon. William
CUdiuiail. Enquirer, Ucramhi r I si.
FrlitHu-l, Nov. 2i, 1377.
To the Editor of the Enqu'uer.l ask
your permission to answer, through the
Mufuirtr, tbe several questions put to
ue by letter and otherwise, relative to
tbe approaching election ot a United
States senator. I am not a candidate lor
the United State Senate, nor will 1 be
come a candidate in any contingency that
may arise. It I were a member of the
legislature I should vote for
Gen. Morgan, believing him to be
man who may be trusted through the
long senatorial term ot six years without
the least tear that he will la any particul
ar disregard the will or disappoint the
hopes of tbe Democratic party. In these
days fidelity to the people, earnest and
sincere, la the ene thing needed, and
most difficult to find, In a public man. 1
desire you, gentlemeu, one and all, to ac
cept my sincere gratitude for the disinter
est and powerful support of your great
louraal whenever my name was before
tbe Democracy of the state.
liespecttully, your friend,
Signed w, Allen.
f JtOZlX IX IIOHT OF rBIE.NDS V.VADI.E 10
Particulars of a terrible death by freez
ing were received at Toronto, Ont., Nov.
M. The occurrence took place at Cobo
conk, In North Victoria, 120 miles from
On Saturday afternoon the twelve
year old son of Mr. John Campbell, a
farmer living on Orafflt s Luke, north of
Coboeonck, aaw a deer making across the
lake en the Ice, and concluded that if tbe
w eould bear the deer it would carry
nun, started la pursuit. A quarter oi a
ml- out from shore be auddenly went
tbrougb. After dMperate exertions, dur
tor wWch bU bands and legs were man-
tltflbr keen lee adges, he resobed a rock
i tbe ?ery centre of tin ike. Here bo
cried lor help, and hU iaur and mother
-w2tUt.l,a1?f M'rtbo'e sutured out
( after Ulm. but tbe ice was Jnj
t tmeberoua, Attempt! were also made
itoreaahbimln boat and um. h...
without avail. It was bitterly cold and
e l and weak, ills cries grew tulntrr ana
ialnter. while tho elloru ot those on win
shoro who redoubled to no purpose. As
nicMr fil lm una soon to throw ui nis
hands and tnuiblo headlong' into nn ice i
hold, when lie was souii drawn turner.
lie perished, in eliort, from Mieer com
nd exhaustion in tno signt in m
e nts. ws oouy was recovered -'
Wo are tinablo to pretent our readers
wit-Mr. Hayes' message in full for the
reason I tntlooal matters rcfjiiirn prece
dence. U is a clear and comprehensive
statement ot tho views and policy of our
chlrt executive, and we commend its
perusal to every citizen who Is hom st
eiiillltrh tO SUDUOlt till! 111:1.1 ' UBS
fearlessly and against the ml. ion oi
scheming politicians did what lit believ
ed to be right.
In regard to his Southern policy wo
quote the following editorial irom the
St. Louis liepubliftui, which gives a con
densed statement of the beneficial results
which have followed:
A'ioKnee ot his southern policy is the
first feature in Mr. Hayes' message. This
policy, he says,' has been subjected to
severe ami varied chriticlsm; hut it was
in bis Judgment, most in harmony with
the constitution and with tho genius ot
our people, and tho benetlceni results
that have loiioweu u nave jusuueu
wisdom ot it. The withdrawal of the
troops has been attended by most Jjrnili
cant and nicouiauing popular ellects.
The frequent Utal collisions between
the races in the south have ceased; a
.n.rnl re-establishment ot order and
the administration of iustiee has been el
ected; lawlessness has become ot r ue oc
currence; ministries nave uvrn ici"' "
and reorganized, and tho public credit
of the Southern states has neen improves.
Mr. Hayes declares it to be his design to
protect the lately emancipated race with
all the methods and measures at his dis-
nnsnl. and he urire9 on the whites ot tne
South the wisdom and justice of humane
and liberal local legislation wim re-neu
to their education, and the prompt re
pression of all violence towards them.
He declares that the Southern policy was
no lessa consiitutlonal duty than a net'il.
prl measure for tho restoration ot local
self-government and national harmony
ami With tills empiiauim illinium nui i
the wisdom and propriciy oi mac ponej ,
he submits it to the verdict o: his country
men. H II t r I II K V PEItH A .
H I. I'AY.
St Louis Republican: St. Louis. Inm
Mountain and Southern has given notice
that it will pay, on and after December
1st, the coupons due that day on Interest
certitlcates, and i0 per cent, on coupons
duo that day on St. Louis and Iron Moun
tain (Arkansas branch) railroa.l bonds
and on Cairo, Arkansas and Texas rail
IIR0WTH OK CATHOLICISM IN IOWA?
Davenport special, December 2d.
"Bishop Hennessey, Catholic blrhop ot
Iowa, visited Davenport to-day to ad
minister tho rite of confirmation in the
lour Catholic churches ot thlsclty. About
nine hundred persons were confirmed.
The bishop has coutirnud in tliu state
durin? the last two or three week" sonic
eight or ten thousand communicants.
This shows the increase in the iliun li
during the last five years."
New OitutANS, Dec. 2. -dipt. Itrown,
V . S. A., iimpcclini! olllccr ttl 1 h jetlies,
lias otUcially notified the secretary ol
war that on the lirsr ot December there
was a praetirahlo channel through Hie
jetties twenty-one anil three-tenths tect
deep at average noou line; mac tin; oniy
Interruption to a practicable) channel
twenty -two feet deep was ninety feet in
length, aud that a line ot sounding wiih
twenty-two and four-tenths feet least
depth extends through the har to deep
A MAN wnOM KANDIt WANTED TO KILL.
Four Way.vk, Intl., Dec. 2. Sheriff
Hitchcock of I'eoria, 111., writes to this
city that Kande, known hero as an
Zundt, visited Fort Way no shortly before
his arrest for the solo purpose of assas-
sipukng Mayor Zollinger, who was slierill
when liu was taken to the penitoutinry in
1872. At that time Kamlc tried to cn-anc
i'lymouth, but was used by Zollinger
with much Violence, for which he lias
ever since cherished a plan ot revenge.
Hando say that when Here recently lie
was within a lew feet ot Zollinger and
could easily have killed him, but retrain
ed, knowing that his otcape would I c
5nrlnglleld special to tho St. Louis
publican: Tho recent blockade- which
nas ior more man a id ont n Kepi dubiiicbs
In th'is state locked up is broken by the
'hsrii weather" of the past few days, and
the roads are rapidly becoming practica
ble. Within the next ten days large lots
of grain and hogs will go forward and
the farmers will soon be able to gather the
corn which has been standing in inacces
sible fields ot mud since It was gathered.
Of the very largo crops raised in this
state this year, It is believed that not 20
per cent, has yet been marketed; but the
indications are that great quantities of
produce will be sold as soon as possible,
and it appears certain that theso large
sales will be a great stimulus to business
all over the state.
TRAMl'S COINd EDITH.
M. Lullil ItcpulllicHD.
Tie tramps, like the migrating birds,
are moving south, and are pouring into
me river towns oi Louisiana. They are
a curiosity there, and arc not welcomed
with as much cordiality as they could
wish. They do not go south to work:
they are as averse to labor in Louisiana
as in Missouri. They evidently have no
other purpose than to keep moving and
escape the rigors ot our northern w inter.
iho Louisiana people are asking tho
conundrum, which has been asked u
thousand times beforp: What shall we
do with them'? but aro receiving no an
swer. They arc par. leuiarly troublcsomo
at Donaldsonvlllo, Slirleveport and Mor
gan City. At Donaltlsonville a number
of them were arrested and locked up in
the town prison, but the negro inmates ot
tho Institution took such a dlsllko to
them that Uiey united In a petition to the
authorities praying to bo released from
their society. i'Un mayor granted the
request and turned the tramps loose,
with the order to "mov on." Hut mov
ing on does not solve tho uiniculty, and
the Louisiana people Bro still asking
themselves what they can do with their
(Murpbriboro (III ) Indnpvuilrut J
Last Friday morning a serious accident
occurred to WlllUm Ludwlg, a young
man of this town, at Mr. . Brown's.
He was assisting some men who were
sawing wood by power, taking away tbe
wood Irom tho saw, and turned around
for something and iho saw pinched and
turned over, the blade striking yourg
Ludwlg on the back of the head tnwlng
through I lie skull lor about five Inches In
length. The wound was dressed by Dr.
Tarsons who took away nearly a tea.
spoonful of brains from tho cut. LuiL
wig was living at last accounts.
A GnilKDACK 1'ArtR,
The greenback puople ol Jackson
couuty, ut nbout to start a new paper at
lurphysboro. Mr. C. K. Wolfe Is to V
editor of the new paper, and the llrsr
number will make It appearance about,
the 1st of . I miliary.
TlIK F1SHKRV AWAllD.
The Canadian liberies award, which
was uniioiinccd some time ago, does not
give satisfaction to American Interests.
The amount adjudged to be paid to C'a
uada is $3,000,000, and within one year
Irom the day ot awarJ. This is for the
privilege of lishlng in Canadian waters lor
a period ot tw lve years, and the sum Is
claimed to ue an excessive and unreason
able allowance. The commission was
composed of Sir Alexander T. Halt, Brit
ish repreccntative, ami .ludgfi Kellojrjr,
(who did not vote on the final question)
or Massachusetts, American represent.,
ative, the umpire being Mr. Del Fosse,
Belgian minister at a-hiiigton, wno was
selected by the Emperor ot Austria, mac
ordance with the agreement between our
country and Kngland.
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TI- C.k'ht vi'U t'.it koiiii w-'rl l.i. tel. iniltiit i-iii. Im.I'J tiy
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Co in or 10th street and Oomiuerci Ave.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. -
C. O. PATTER & CO.
St. Louis; Mo.
TH08. A. BICE, A. M.L. L.B..
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FULL LIFE SCHOLAKSHIPS S3I 00
OflT Comjilcte. Thorougli and PnuMlca
eouw InillMHin.lble to very yoiion limn me
ciurnv ui niuiiy in tun iiilim niurv u
iiarKiiiKsn inc tea 01 mo.
For Illustrated Circular,
THUS. A. KICK. A. M..L. n
ITEMS OF JNTER1OT.
O. D, WILUAMS0N,
Ami Dcalur In
: 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PKC.Ai.att.olloi Ivtil tcoiillnniau . U
1 1.:. If tlBi.'t !'ll.ll.!f h. 1
.0 IV'n'. .1 p..iilMl. 'I.
1. 1 . jia.-i. .n.ri Or. f.ir
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A new ami won.leilul invention for
wanhiiiK. Wunlieshkomuglei butter than
so:ip for washiiijjanytliini,'; washes in one-,
third of tbe time; washes In hard or soft,
hot or cold water; the only preparation
ever invented that will prevent woolens
h orn sbrtukiuK; worth four times Its price
tor washinir wouli usulono.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher
r.'ttonimends It to all housekeepers, nay:
"They will rejoU'C both for eroumuy's uke
ad the saftey ol Ulr clotliinjr, and thai it
eun no more nijuitt ulothiuor hamln than
uoiiunon warm water."
S:aiu uy joh.so,
21 I'latt street, New York.
JC3JJarclny llros. will supply trade In
The ordinary Porous l'laster, onaceount
if its peculiar "mechanical action, U esteem
3d an article ot merit; but Bensoii'hC'Hpciiie
V trolls 1'luMter 1 ruiinitlerotl an nilielo of
; truorui iiiti y ri.trit. it Iiuk the name
mechanical iirticn, and, in ailditimi, po-seHH-
metllciiml qualitifii ot a remarkable
Datuie, which cmi-cs it to act at onue,
relieve puiu linnieiliately, und eure where
other I'orous rasters will not even relieve
For ItlicumatiMll, I-anif an Weak Ilick, Siilnu
Dlui'iihr, Crick in the li.ick. Kiilnry lieao,
prai lis and Hrlll.HOS. Stverc I'ain, ami Htllclies,
N Cukllt.-. of tlir llji k. rtc.
'Hie niun.il(:tllrer of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Ki'Ci'ivyd the Uifclirst Mtilal at tlie Ceutvnnial.
It in now the- Haiuhrd remedy. Its ns
'.oninliiiij; pain relieving and nrt'DjUietiiui:
'lualltlcs attracted Hie intention ol the Ceii
ti'iiuial .lurroriitni! tlioiisatid ul' phynici.in
who visited tho (Jeiitcnni.il, who pronounc
cil It the heat remedy ever Invented for tun
I 'jovo aliment. ISoM py ell Jlrtlg.irlsts.
Price, 2") cent.
fik5"llarclay llro. will supply the trade
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Duily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
!:20 p.m. Ka-t Kxpres, arriving in t.
Louis H:.iil p. in.; l incago, , :;o,a.in.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
Airivinfrt n Cincinnati SiSO, a.m.; Louis
ville, Hiil'i, a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:l."i a. in.;
1'ansengiT.s by this train arrive at aliove
CF ANY OTHER EOUIE.
l:"'l"p. m. Ka-t Mail witti sleepers attach
' eJ.' for T. LOUS and CUICAUO,
arriving In St. l.ouis at li:;!0 a.m. t'ln
t aL'n at 4.10 p.m. (.'oiinni titiif at Oilin
or KlllnifUam lor Cint inii iti, LoiiUville
FAST TIME EAST
.'us-cnifer liy thit line fro tl.roii':h to
tlif Kant 'without any ilulay euu.-ed by
Hit: S 1'IJ HI . Y A KTI-'.HNOON THAIS
l ltt.M t'Alltu AHIUVI-.S IN NKW
UtliJC JIONDAY .MOliM.NdT
3G HOURS IN
DK ANY OTMKIt KOI'TK.
AJvoi li.-eliientii of coiuimtinif line that
tin y make better time tlmn lliiH on.-, urn
arc i.-KUed oitlicr lliiniiirli i;;iioranct: or a
ilcxlre tu niittlead Hie juililli-.
Kor ihrutili tickets and Inforinatiiiii,
,,y at llliuui- Central it. It. Pepot, Cairo.
IIIA1N1 AllltltK At CAIk.J
Cpn-i-s p in
Oen'l Soillllt rn Afe't
II..J.i;-i'. :, Tn kut At.
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OlEceon wlmrf boat, foot of Hlxlh stroot. '
Ollioe of Halliduy JJruthera, oiipoeite St.
Kryptiun Mills, Tvrentlfth street.
:oal Dump, loot of 1 iilriy-iMKMii strcft, or
I'oHOIUct drawer KOo.
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,,
A rwitirlT Mti'-ttHl od tffullr ntuiiiii.j .hTtciAu itid dv
MtmjXfMfjl, )i4 (.'iinutt will t-f- w.
re all formrtFRIVATE.
aua a-AUAIi DiS.
peruiatorrliea aud Impoloucv,
li lli rcitjli of Mlf-ibiMe lu vauUi, tenuitl tft- eatfi la mi.
lurw years, or thtr rt,ui, ftinl ytt In- tm&nif thtfftl.
kitrtni ltf -ti: Nftrnup.nrii, H'.inliiiil I tiii.ltini. intitltl tint
s4tiilr dj-tui), lliiHt-l of Htedt, hrh-livc M"liicry, 1'hy
ktiii(.T,r,iiQilHtou (, Avtri-iuti tHi'M-t wf FMniiri,
Cobrusiuu of !, Um of HM)K i I'uwfr, ti rtnjuup
irrlf liiiurriir hi tinhpi, ' tliotnucbly mi't t-risi-van,
Mr. SYPHILIS I"airt,ruurl iiiilcB-
rttf i10 ,B 'nv' Oonoprhea.
yrLiL.luT, Piriodirr, Orci.Ulv H'lti.a, (ur Uut.Ui,
rll' stud-iiiwr prtviUj tfnei Mr "uiei
It I wlf-wiamt thai .tijr iitiUu tu. tut ha Itt KtiiuiIi.Q
tf k wn-lb clan tllKftwri, ut irmtltJH tttiitiii atinu
tilt, 'tilriKirtNktll. Pl.ytleltti-1 LuuHinstthii fnl u,. u
rwuiUfLil rmtii to inr ru. tthuu il I iOMuvui'iit ti,
i-t Ut- ctiT Tur irttisji' ut, mdlt'turt nu Itr Rtul ih -t-ly
wi 4fl)f i or ekrw nti;iiit,
Cared Gnarantoetl in all Cases
tub-uiiAti,) ti4oaHf wl Iftttr fret tud inlt--J,
' ftufcOlfii(JctffrriiMjua'si''(ilHctif WUti1Ulii,
Of 300 pttfi, irnt 1o r.y ftdrtrttl, tiidy wtlrrl, for Lhtrtr
ituia, Hlioulil l fMtt lr fell. Ail.lrril iImv,
vimnt aaan rrsai a. u to r. n.
OOI.D PI.ATKO W TC'nH. riirnn.
ml in Iha k now 11 urn Irt. Stunplt Wnti h Frtr lo
AUVIU. AUUri'H. . VWULI'BK t.o.. Uilcagik
'.' .. t
M;n. Avriitawtntnt, Hutl.
ilium lup Itlniule I'n il.iil.in free.
GTRATT0N & BIRD,
Ag t AMERICAN POWDER CO.
67 Ohio Lvee.
View of Marriage I
MSMWVPMMIBVPIM A O11I1H to Wedlock "'!
untltkutiil Iri'ulisx uu IliA
ilutica ol marriiifi! ml tl
t'tiMi t)it uu ft t tor It ilie
crvt of Kcpr-odtiC'tion mtl
I li V IsJ J A 1m
f '1 ti ki f ' 1 C Jlrilr
lite uisbauvB or women.
iMtok tor private, tonfid-
On ill d unnliTioi m Private N 11 aro mriniw itotn Belt
Abuie, xoeirip, or Bcoret lime ine, witU (la b i(
Ut'tnti nl'rinp, IT.'! lurv'fjuit'ps, prirt-.iO cK
A CLINICAL Lt'CTUHE on tln-nrivf i!'immiii.
1hoe ut tln Tliroatuml Lunifii, CaUu'rb, Rupture Uiv
Opium Habitat . .rrtre lOcit.
LuJu-r tk M-iit iMttui(tnti rrrpipt o( pricf; or ll thrt-r,
(N.ntniniiii: .Mnv', lnuiitilul v i!,iMritt-il. tor I j rt.
Atidfi.il UH. li U T I J. a. Li H. 6m tu tl. Lou i it. Ma
A."lv tne reciytirc
HttOvrvr, victiitu nf
ii'VCt anil Riiuc, the
how they rtcov
iliiill", ntnl guii'l ni-
)tlit II f) Will M
you hy takiiiK Sim-
.diion's Liver 1'cfft
Utnr. Tin. c:u:Ai'Ksr. ami di-t fasii.v .mi n-
' IClNF.IS 'llIK W()ltLI.
for IiV-il'KI'SIA. :iS!TI!'ATIiN..luii"liw,
ili .a utluol.B, MCK MKAUAt UK , i Hk-
r-tioiinl Spirit-i., hDI'll STO.MAtll, il'mt
L'n ii.eti'., etc.
I'hi iinriviillPit sonl'iorn ItMlicly l war
rantiil not tu oinluin u imrln-1 tu Mfii-iiry,
i r imy ii.jiiri'iUi eulittiui'-'e. but in
conlultiinslhom- unulhcni rnotiuinl hnlu w liii h
an U wlf ir.ivnlc!ii v li:i pluccl in iiinnliii'M
wliete l.iviT Kim'imm liunil . It will fin' till
nioimtL ciiusiil I y ilriuii?nii nt ih I'.vt-r
Itii'-iyiiip'oiim of l.ivr Coniilaint tv a hit
trior IniJ tfti' In tin; mouth! I'ain m llie h .
i.lmi or .loiiiU, olt.ii iiiihtiikm nr rliiuiiia
tiunii emir utoiiiifli. limn ut ujin.tite, lio'-ln
alHTiiati'ly fofl'Vc iiinl ln. liMt'Uh, l" , "i
meliiirv, WII'ih pui li l'"l nHiisal lull "T Iiuvhi
laile'l lii il' afHIH'illllilf Whirli i.tlfihl t" ''
liti'iiil mi', ili-l.iliiy. lo iiiuii", Hi" '!
low tiii'..raiiei i.l'llii- i-klii i-n'l ' ''
........I. ..ii. n .41.. I. i. t'.ir I'.inlliniitl'.r..
tiif.hui d many o! llir.i' t-y ni toma at If
ii.u.tj....M tn.T4 ii-rv i.-ie. I. .it tin livi-r, t
lar'M iiryim in Hi'.: In I . i K-n rally Hif "at
ut' .1i-i-iii mi l il iinl r- )tiil:;li-l iii linn-, 'n-ut
MilliMini!, wreli'lii'ilii''-- UKAIII will Mi
hin. I Pun ri i'ciii.im'nl a'- nn I'ttlrai'lotm reiiii"ly for
iliBi'm-no itn' Liver, II.111II1111'" ami l'v-n-'itii
hliiiinotis' l.ivir Keiiiliit'.r l.KU n W imikii.
ITi'i-Mu-ter .-ll' t t, A.-.i. I.inl l'o.tllllt-lT, I'ltil
u'lfljilila ,, .
' We have tcsti il itn vtrtuea, liernonally. an'
now tint lor H-'ii'i', lliliou 'lu-i u"'l
I liriililiin Hi'ii la. hr it 1- the heat ineilieini' the
wurli ever huw, We huve trieil lnrly oilier
r.meili' !. liel'iire Siiniiion .' Liver K. 'iil:itor,
luit noiie of Die 111 (ruve iim more than Umpoiary
reli'-l; Liu tSe KeKiiln'or nut ouly relii vl
hut enre.l tin."-l.u. I'ni.KiKAi'H anu Mmsis
(.(It, Manjn. ta.
13 AD BREATH
Solium: is fj tini'liaiimt, nuthinK " eoinmon
as li.i.l liieiith. 11 ml 111 near! , every ea r it coiue
lioiii 1 lie Moiniii h, uii'l run I e no easily toi rect-
e I il' you will tukv Miiiiiiotir,' Liter Itegiiiator,
Do not nejleet iu mire a reim ily h.r tltU r
pulMve ili.orler. It will aUj improve v-ur
App' ti'e, complexion, ami t.tiui'al llertllli .
ThH dittr5sifiij niiriioii f.ci'tirs mo't frc-(nn-ntlv.
'I lit lit!irliaiicu fl Ui' s-ioik'Ii,
uti.-inK li-iMH initt'ri'cfil ili-it-d rim'cnl.,
r-.iti-j' u t i -v ii.viii iii l i; 1 1 1 1 . 11 uriiji.ini 'l
with l iiLitfrttfui.it' n.tuM .i, uul Ihn mri imiU'i
WtlJt IP M'hi,.l l Ls.tW IUi M' k I IiM'lil' l'
TAKE SIMMOIViS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
1 ontiiins lour tni-tlinal r 11 1 . 11 1 n . never
liiini'l in Ine same liuppy proportion in any
oilier preparation, mi: u K'-nlli; t allmrti". 11
i.owerliil tonic., n uneneeptirral In allemiive
ami u eert.nn CWrrK'tive of all iiiiiiiirities ol
the l.oily. su hiiKual auereii, h'i aili'ii'li'l ill
run l ut It la now ivgui'leU in the
LI KKCI I'AL SI'Kt ITC
Anu Itemeily in
m 11 .u.'ioi'Q virvi-'i iiri'.t 1 r Lull
i'LAI.MH, DVSI'Kl'ilA, MKN'I Al,' HKI'ltf ,s.
SH'N.KK-VII.ESSSKS"', JAIMHI K, N Al -
SKI, HH.K IIKADACIIK, CtH., ClN-ltl'
A t HA Uli't Ul H)l'SNLsS
1.....1 with lliia VTIflO'l'l' all -l,.., ..nu ..I
rlinmte anil water mid foml may lie f .neil witli-
0111 leiir. ! a m'liiiuy 111 ni.-i..hi.i it
H-.VKIt-;, liiXVl'.L CoMFLAIXT-ij, ItlM-
IK.--.NKl-, .IAI .MIH K, .N Al r..,
M aSI ACTl Ht D ONI.V FIT
I. II. Zhll.KS,
Trice l.i). SoM hv all Hmi).'kCii.
VITAL WU.Vlf.SES3 Oil DEPRESSION :
weak exhuiiKH leeiinB, no rnrixy or conrnfte:
tli result rlMKSTAL OVKIt-W Ol!K, INIiKS-
tJttllu.NSOH EXuESSKi, orsomu drain on
the lyaicin, in alwaya cuieil Py llumpureys
llonitopiithic Speciilc No. -ii. It tonen lip ami
iuvigoratea the syiteiu, Iinuurts utrenxlh and
eners. stops the drain and rejuveiiutus the
entire man. lieen nseil 'weuty years Willi pr
leet biiccubs by Ihoutauds Sold hy dealers.
I'rice Ji pirsiiiKie vial, or t'i per la. kue o
live vials and js-vial of powder. Sent by muil
n rareint ot price. Address JlfT.M I fl KK V "1
IIOMEOI'AIUIC MCD1C1MS COJIl'.VNV, W)
h not PiBily curoi'l In tlieso
tinu-i, Dill it cuu tie nadv In
three months hy any one of
citntr mx in any part til the
cmntiv who la williuit to work
Ill n lUrniPli. $un a week in yaur
H H H "tvu town. Vou need not h
away from borne after niirtil. Veil can Rive
Ate'illilv lit the MIH1t11vm.nl tro
your sole time to the work, or only your apre
momenta. We have ugeuU who are maulng
over $20 pur tlav. All who engage at once can
make money fust. At Uu uresunl time money
eaa uot be made so easily mil rapidly lit any
other business. It costs notliinir to try the
at once. II. II Al.l.fci 1 & lju, roit'aml, Jle,
uusmeto icniia mi', w uuiiii iic-T. Aii'ireMB
MANLTACTUUER AND DEALER IN
Sir. Block desires to rail the attention ot
II, n l,ihlln In tlin f i.O iK.if lm I,.. l
wayuon hand a lnrtfp. tww anil (;mbionabie
l.t..Ir f Knnili'.tini.l.. nt.,.t.. .. . ,1
KUoes A'hiuli ho will null at
THE LOWEST -TRICES.
Call On Mini At
'J)li, Bit, Wish, ft C9& 'Aw.
rA MAN OF A THOUSAND.
CONSUMPTIVE CURED. h duth
Hour It atllflClud frnin CciUHnunllnn nit
dlwi bat ini UIUhJ, tud Dr. II, Jmm h nrrltn..i.i.
nwuh wuicacurM 1111 do lrcLim. tua doii vm hu
ir vii rarii e, two iiim n ia ny vXpfDlt,
uuniii orrtih t irUculs1 In twrni rb-ir houri,
A'l.ircw, CUADIHX K t CO..
IM Hact'Ht,, IMilln., iimrlnfr HiIh mwt.
Wan aid rtMniiV rigiy
1 Ciiaioiiiiiiiu lot m. ,Md I E fl n L I
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colsrs Rsady for tie Brush,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin K.croseno Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
the World. Mado of Glass
and rrantei not to
Leak. Crrodo or Break.
Every fam ly should have
OIL TANKS and
. SHIPPING CANS
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. Wc control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, andDeOinchon'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
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
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
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth4'
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Liutwock I bought a 10 rent parkugooMViisliiiieiml done my washing In one halt
tho usuu! time &t loss thunlmlf the coMt ol Houp. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, nnd it ili'l not shrink ray .woolonn, and for once I wus enabled to ret a
hot dinner on Monday. So Indie try it, und you will save labor, time and noney. It is
perfectly m(c to una It. MKS. A.
5 and 10 cont Packages.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' "StSSSgT
re Imported flay Hum, Nnleniiid Canada Tar
Soap Englifth and American Soaps Fine Im
ported Hniidltcrclitcf Extract In origi
nal Roftlcg or lu Ilrokcn Quantl
tlct as wanted at low prlocn.
Buy Your EHruQD
At Barolayo' DraglSioio;
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted aftor a thorough Scientific
ind Practical Test by the U. 3. COY-
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
samo with Insuranco Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.