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Paourd 1st cndldt for the New
Orlonua colleciowhlp, with good in
pct ol Uf orable acUon by the prenl
tfeat. Packard layi be "AM do tllit
With the pretldent," although that dign
iary kicked htm out of the governorship
Li flew of the prospect ot the Deiniv
erata baring the next Senate, the Renub
Ueau are now proposing to bo more IN
benl la glrlng the Democrats a more
equal representation on the committees.
Theeommlttees are Tery unlalrly organ,
iwd agatut the Democrats, and they
well sndersUnd that the present motion
of the Republicans proceeds from policy
and telMnterest alone.
Tbepabllcation of the official records
of the Warot the Rebellion, both Union
and Confederate, has been pursued,
though nnder a diminished appropriation.
At present tLu Toluiues aggregate forty
teren (embracing 33,000 pgn) ot which
thlrtysTen relate to the United States,
tod ten to the Contederate States.
The manufacture of arms at the Na
tional Armory, at SprlngMd, Mass., was
topped, for want of appropriations, on
the 1st of July last, and there is now on
hand a reserve supply of only 8,552 rifles
and 8.W3 carbines ot the latest model. It
Is the opinion of the department, as a
tneasare of precaution and military fore
sight, that a much larger number of
anna of the latest and most approved
patterns should be on hand.
XCMITI OF FiCTI AXD KIWI FBOU Mi
FOKTS TO COXQBISS.
There has been a general decrease in
the lasue of postage stamps, damped en
Telopesand postal cards from that of
vice atabona of obserratloD have been
maintained, during the year. The com
plete iad permanent organization of the
signal serrice la recommeudi d.
The total cost of the United Stab s
ocean mall steamship service tor the year
1877 (including f 250,1 (W paid trom spe
cial appropriation for si-ui-bip lerviif
to Japan and China) was $457,680 63.
The groaa number of douiest'c ami ln
ternatioual money order Um- trins
the year 6,030,747, amounting to $74, -084,563
68, and the - uuui.m-i cam
wm .'4,840,3G3, amounting to $73,8S3.-
' The total number of acres of Ui j.inlic
land disposed, oi during the year was 4.-
qmix no f.r. .1 1 ..l -
eiu.ivi uupvsais lor previous jcr,
6.(24,320 3S acres a decreat-o of 1,674,
558 66 acres. The total cash receipts were
' The question whether the abolition of
all the pension agenelea and the payment
ot all the penslona from Washington ia
practicable, and what measures should
be adopted to that end, la now the tub
Ject of earnest consideration. ,
Congress is asked to enact a law re-
of offloers allowed on the army retired
Hit. Existing statutes fix the whole
number at 300, whieh la now full, while
a, . t.l ! .
mere are vi awaiuux rcureuiem.
Of public mail routes in operation.
mere were , vi wiiicu voo were ran
road, being an Increase of 46 routes of
this elass over the previous year,) aggre
gating in lenrth 292.120 miles; In annual
transportation, 147,353,261 miles: in an
nual cost, $15,384,895.
The yearly value of pension claims alt
lowed during the year la $1,343,534 84,
and Included: Army Invalids, $473,
463 22; Increased pension to invalids,
$369,996 12; army widows, etc., $416,.
202; Increased pension to army widows,
$16,504. The total ot pensions paid on
the rolls lor the year was $2S,122,6S3.
TBI POLITICAL COMPLEXION Of TUB AXX
ATI EELLOGQ TO BE INVESTIGATED
QINKIAL AMNESTY ANOTHER SPECU
LATION BY WHICH THE GOVERNMENT IS
TO BI SWINDLED A SEW DEMOCRATIC
ISpcaial Correapondence of the Bl'Lixtlx.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 5, 1877. Now
that Butler, Democrat, and KUlogg, Res
publican, have been admitted to the
Senate, and Eustls, Democrat, ia about
to be the Committee having reported
In his favor the Senate Is neither a De
mocrats or a Republican body. 1 mean
that on questions political It Is quite as
likely to go one way as the other. David
Davis, Conover and Patterson, are not
reliable party men- "Sot can Stanley
Matthews be always reUed upon. Pat
terson voted on Saturday against his
party to confirm some of Mr. Ilayca
nominations. Matthews did the aame.
w - CHARflSS AOAINST KELLOGG.
It Is said that charges will be Immedi
fttalr presented against Kellogg, barked
up by such proof as will ensure his ex
pulsion If Patterson la re turned by our
Court to South Carolina, and there tried
and convicted, his explusion, too, would
follow. With these two men out, and
Uwlrtuceeaaors in their places, the innate
would be Democratic. Kellogg says,
however, that be has so fear of an in
vestigation. An attempt In the House
on Saturday to suspend the rules and
takannth. : , .
QINERAL AMNESTY BILL,
failed to get the necessary t ri.(hlrds
Fote, and waa lost. This subject win re-
VrfSfttw fttiAlkflAM A..mlm. W - 1 - ....
s on, and the Indications are lavora
A bill wis also Introduced to authorize
tbe purchase by the Government, tor
, $325,000, ot lk
""MIRK'S BAKE BCILDIMO
In this city, ana building In Florida
.owned by the fiahk. The building In
ww uMBui-uuniwo years ago,
tad the highest btd was about aethlrd
' n ww uv amount, ine pronostd
purchase U simply a swindle- schema
by which the peoplo are to bo mado to
pay the money, wi ld, radical scamps
stolo from Ignorant negroes. To be put
through at the same time is a companion
piece of iniquity a bill to allow ttio
bank to purchase real estate on which it
has lion. That is, tho bank soils
retl estate to tho government at
THREE TIMES ITS MARKET VALU),
and buys more at the same time at cuner.t
prices. Who knows how (toon the prop
erty to be purchased by tho bank would
be sold, as the bank building is proposed
w be, to the government? It Is urged
that it would be economy for the govern
ment to purchase the building, because
it now rents half of It nt $17,500 per
year, which Is about the Infrri't on the
proposed amount of purijlutu money.
This is a daagcrous kind oi m unicnt'
Does It not occur to tho Ingenious gen
tlemen of tho lobby tha t ie government
is paying a high rent at the rate oi
$3:000per year for n building worth
in tho market no more than $! 10.001'?
THE PAILY ToiT
will be issued hero this week, and will
be what we never had in Washington
a Democratic paper at onco able, newsy
and lively. With all due deference to the
gentlemen who edited the Pa.noandtlie
Union, we cannot bolp agreeing that thty
never succeeded In making papers of In
terest to the general newspaper reader.
They were too deep for the average citi
zen, and too heavy for every day use.
the nr. RTCBLisa nau fail
rats HON. A. A. GI.ESX'S BASK Sl'CCl'MBS TO
The oltUensof Mt. Sterling and Orown
county were somewhat startled hut Mon
day morning to learn that A. A. Ulunii
had failed and that hisbinking house was
closed. The Mestagt sayt: "At first
some seemed to think it a canard, as tlit-v
imagined such a thing almost lmpo'slijie,
but the revelations ttiat buuh loiiowid.
we are sorry to say, proved tho report to
be too true. At flrat Mr. (jlenn thought
ot entering into voluntary binkrupuy,
but finding that it wa ton cxpeimve he
concluded to make an algnincnt under
the insolvent la ws ot this Nate, believing
it to be for the best intrrt'Sis ot his cre
ditors. William Li. Taylor U the as
signee. "His liabilities, w understand, are be
tween $(J0.!O0and $70,000, and Irom what
we can ascertain of his assets Mr. Glenn
will probably b able to pay trom iifty
to sixty cents on the dollar. Thin bin
upon one ot Mr. Glenn's age is indc, u
heavy, and tho sympathy of manj
friend la extended to hlro. lie hi
rownup In our midst, has hud th" cnn
fldi-nce ofourentire people acd graduallv
ro.i; trom a poor ox driver to lint nf n
innker, only to lose his hard earning in
MU old ago. It U unlortunate, sad o
contemplate, and wo must aeknowlcn e
that it Is with a feeling of the dt t pi . i
orrow tint we chronicle his failure
Verily we know not what a day rai
MUCH CRY AND LITTLE WOOL "
Ot. Louis Times: We are forcibly re
miuded of this old saw iu these bitttu
wiiiivr days, wheu thousands of puOi
uit-ri, women and (alas, that we must add
u!) children are shivering with cold an 1
starving with hunger. Much "cry" haa
been uiaue, aud is daily made. Drobablv.
witb ' inoct excellent Intentions. Dr.
Eliot lately wrottt a very strong and plain
letter on uic ruojeet; tio utmes eumiuvn
ted edlionuliy on that document, boib
whi n it idseru d it in its columns, aud on
a subv qui nt dii y; a contributor "cried"
in the same (-train iu the Times of Friday
iai: all our cotemporarles nave unlicd
their volets to swell the "cry" lor aid to
the lutiering poor. But whm
is the woolf "Wool" is what
the poor need, iu tho shape of blankets
to keep them warm these dreadful nights
wool iu the shape of overcoats, under
garments, eto., to coyer them from the
biting blasts of these December (lavs.
Aud besides wool tbey need food good,
wholesome food lor the slekand delliate.
(or the pitiable children especially, whose
Diue, pinched, little faces are a loud and
continual cry for our compassionate be
nevolence. It all this great cry docs not
pecerate the ears of our elty fathers, they
must De very ueai mueeu. l et we have
not heard of any action, we have soph no
report ot any proposal made to or
ganize a systematic relief, btrong
men ana willing are tramp
ing lrom door to door, asking for work,
and tnere is none to trive them, i'rivato
benevolence does much, but it cannot do
enough, and it cannoi guard itself against
the deceits of undeserving applicants.
Wide-spread distreM requires the inter
ferenceot the public autlioriHe for it
relief. And this ia wl-.r we are crvinir
for. and so fur crying in yain. Le't us
hope that our cry will soon bo stopped
oy tnnse wnn can mp it oy setting to
work in earnest tor the accomplishment
of a duty the inojit sacred, the mot nec
essary, the moH urgent. Meanwhile, let
those who are not a deat as some other
people, and whoe hearts are companion
ate, give liberally of their abundance, or
or tnpir scanty store, as the ca.e may
bo; but let them give wisely. Asocia-
tions wnose members make it their duty
to visit the poor and ascertain their real
wants, such as the Society of St. Vincent,
and others of the same kind, the rler?v
of all denominations, particularly thorn
who have most to do with the poor and
who know how to distribute alms wherr
It Is sure not to be misapplied; the'
would be the best channels for the chant v
which our eltizens mav desire to extend.
But above all, let us do something and
do It promptly, tor at this moment t':ere
are shivering tellow-bpings all-round n,
hungry children, thlnly-eiad men unrt
women, old and sick, all sufiVrnji: and all
needing Immediate rllef.
Tat GIRLS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL-AN AT-
rEAL TO THB CHRISTIAN MEN AND WO
MEN OF ILLINOIS.
To the Citizens of Illinois:
Tho Hoard nt hiWur, r.r ho M,l.
Iudustrlal Sctiool tor Girls are happy to
auuuunuo tuai mty nave secured the
former Soldiers' Home, at South Evans
ton, as a temDorarv locution tnr , i,..
1 he Association la tlinrniip-Mr
cd, the Board consisting of three gentle
men and six ladles, representing each
section of the State, the Presldentand one
v ice-rroiueni irom eacn congressional
district; also, a Local Executive Commit
tee, empowered to act lor the Board dur
ing tho Interim of meetings.
a iie ooiuiers' iiomc, completely rur
n sbed, with spacious grounds. Iu a re-
tuurkablv haallhliil n nli.i,r l.w.uii...,
has been obtained at a nominal rent; nmt
we nave aecureu lor nuptrlnttndeiit and
Matron two sisters, Christian woman ol
laree experience, as teacher and niutron,
Who are conahlerml In ha oflmlrul.i.
lor the positions to which they have been
We are read v to reeelv nnnii. ,.,
lime. We wih to take children Imm all
farts of the State, Intending this school
to be so broad and cnmprehonsive In Its
character that it shall reoelye gratuitous
ly all thedusiuuU', homeless i.ud depend
ent girls who are sound in mind and
body, ot whatever nationality or creed
I'hiK school will be inilii-trial in Its char
auicr, teaching only the cummou lingllali
hi am lies, but endeavoring to give Ineinie-
tiou iu the domestic luduxti lev, and, it
tuou as practicitble, lucrative trades.
It Mm! I be our spcciul aim to surround
them with the heuithiul influences of the
ChriMiau home, to hnUil the love of truth
and right, and to inspire in them a zeal
tor labor, and teach ihwti) that woik is
houorable. Wo ask from the citizens of
this irreat Slate n hearty sytnpaihy with
thu work. We desire that each one
should tuaae it their personal endeavor
to save the.-e poor hoineles waiH, now
surely tending toward a lite of Immora
lity and crime, by putting them Into this
school, where they may be trained to
hves ol uetulnes.
We womd also make a most earnest
appeal tor material aid. Give us the
means to carry on this good work. e
do uot ask tor large stum, but we do ask
each citizen of this commonwealth to
contribute something. Every man and
woman Iu the State has an interest In this
Institution, aud will you not express It t y
securing a ntctnberhip? Even little
children could save two cents a week to
become members, and thus help their less
fortunate sisters. We guarantee that
whatever is donated to this cause, either
In money, chthing, or provisions, shall
be sacredly devoted to the purpose for
which It is given, as this is entirely a
labor of love on the part ot all the officers
of the Association. The annual mem
bership fee is $1; a life membership Is
$25, and that ot a patron, $100.
All money lor tho use and benefit of
this Institution mav be sent to MissCar
rit Cnd well, Uecordlng Secretary, In can
of Mrs. Myra Brad well. Treasurer. Legal
News Oflico. 151 and 1M Filth Avenue.
Chicago. All other donations, such as
enal. clothing, provisions, furniture, etc.,
may be sent to Mr. A. N. Young. Evans
ton. or to his place of business, 1C7 Wash
lngton Street, Chicago.
Still preside? at tho corner of Seven
teeth street ami Washington avenue,
nml It:i3 as usual a lino variety ot ilress
ln; cases and parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention tolus flne.lo ot camp and
t 'Ming chairs.
Come, Iook, buy, pay and then fall to
the rear to make room lor the next run
How It It Dime.
The Hist object in life with the Am
erican people is to '"get rich;" the second,
how to regain good health. The llrst
c in b" obtained by energy, honesty nna
avit'g; the second, (good henlth), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
he a despondent suflYrer from any oi the
i-3' ft-iol Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
liidigeion, Ac, such as Sick Headache'
P'tlpsiation of the Heart, Sour Stomach.
laMiual Costivencss, Dizziness ol the
1 1. Mil. Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits,
ifcc. you need not suffer another day.
i wo doses ol August Flower will relieve
you at once. S.unplo bottles 10 cents.
Ilegular size 75 cents. Positively soil
'iv all lirst-class druggists in the United
Mothers will grow weary and sigh
over the responsibility that Baby places
upon them, but they have the high priv
ilege or shaping a character for useful
ness. The exercise of patience and the
preservation ot Baby1 health bv the
proper use of Dr. Bull's Bahy Syrup will
give them great present comfort and pro
spective nnppiuess. zr cents per bottle
Of Ten Years' Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and oi
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste W??y Gone. Entirely
SAHFGr ; RADICAL CURE,
Mew. We?'': "..-:r: OcntleT7in Ifceltom-
relied to ctcuv;.ro to you thu treat bwflt
akpoxd'( Pumcal errs Imi Ken to me. For
tea yean I have been inflicted with thli lontlitome
dlseiue, ud especially la inc. wint, r time tiu It
beonmiwt iovi'ii. Tlio liln'im-vn Itxi lvcn talclt
mid Mocdy, en.Ht'r.' 1 . I i.u'r o bl llit my
rreapni'u lr, b rnoiu wllh omen wm very oileoflvo
to tln'in. One week alter eo . .mencinu the u,o ot
Baktoro's Radioal :i kx I w not troubled wliu
It stall. ly 1 sof taiani imell, wlilrh irera
vhotiu goni; tiavj now fully niarued. and my gaa
trtU oaliauu.ucUliar'''-v"l Vnuin.
MELborrcvK h. For.n.
Chaxd ILirnx, Mien., Kov.8, it".
Oentlcmen: Tho pnekt.ee of Sawpor' Cm
arrived licruts-nlirMuilrlyht. I1on'llir.r,wwhlI
thonld t.nrci ilonc H'Ubail not beea for thli remedy.
I haro trle-j Nal Don lin nd cveryihlnu ele. and
althouKh 1 have been able to atop thi offensive dla
uuarire, 1 hare not been able to recover mveenaesot
taato andamell until 1 tried Sakfoho'aCcrb. Ton
can refer anv one too chotwe to me, and t will
cheerfully Inform tin m In ilistall to the beoellt
tiie rcuiiUy baa bea to me. Ton,
OOU79 KaPim, Mica.. .Nov. 'A ifK.
SANFCRD'S RADICAL CURE
Kot only rrooptlv arrets the cotrodlntr dlschargve
In c atarth, but, by trmp'ithettc action, It rertorea to
aouiiil tii-ult:i all the orriL, of the head that hava
bi-come affeete l ,j tt, ai tiu.blt any 01 Hit luilow
Defective FyeatRliMnflamnl nml Mattery
Kyea, Painrul mid Vtry Kyea, Loaa ol
Hearing, taraclio, NntinilKiu of the tar,
III hrK from the Ear, Kinging Notaea
lu the Ileiul, Dlrlntbit, Nrrroua Head
fit ho, Pain In tliu Toruple. Loaa of tha
(naea of Xante anil Hmell, KlonirHtloa of
the Dvnla, InUuiumutlon of tl'e Tonalla,
I'utrldSorwThroHt.TIc Ullnuor Hiu klnif
Couch, lirouchltln, uutX UlvvUiug of tlio
Each paoVije curtain Pr. Sunford'i Improved
InbaU&K lul '. wlih lull und 1 Krefully urrpired ill
ri cUormfur luo ImiiII 1:1-1 n, I'lli.tl. Forialeby
all wUoletste unl retail Urniti. and dealer
Oirong'iniinbafiilted xinti-amnltanattaa. We f.M
at PoTTKIt, 0enuralAiiuiitL4 Wbvkiale lrnif
AN Elcctro-Otlranli! latterr, eombltiei with
a blitlily Medicated 1'laeier. formhijr the
Krandeit curatlvo u(tut In the world of medicine,
end ntltrly lurnaaali'ii all other flatter hereUilote
Inula. Tbey ac,:ouipliU mure la oue week tbau
the old flatten lu n whole year, llmyilvuul iia
LulMtcy cm. Tbey
AUi'dluM 01 the
Atiectlonn ot the
AOictlunii of the
If matter wbnt mar tie the extent ef j otir offer
Inr, try one of theae flaetcri. ltellef ttulaniatw
out, a net auppurted by hundreda of teatlmonlal La
ourfKiaaewlon. ilearfn mind that the moat Imaor
twit dllcovrrlt lu pburmacy date back leaatban tea
year, and that eninblnatlunaof Kama and eaaencei
of plant and lirul aro herein Dotted with Bleu
krlclty to form a curative Mutur.ln tootblaK.heaU
Ins, and Mrenttthrnlnir prupertlee aa far aanenor ta
alloUier Pliiater heretoture In uau aalAOHlbaUail
ultJlt Uui It to tuo burae-leucb,
He rarafbl to ealt for COMTWfl VOLTAIC PUIS.
TgRlMlyoanelKcwwonuleaalmJt.lliin. Bold bf
ita.ll Dnuwiata tbrooabovt tha
11 wDoieiaia van nl
nlted Malee and Canada, andTbl WUM tv'S"
IU, PruprWlor, Button, 1
New York Store !
Old, Reliaalo and Cheapest Store in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS !
Largest General Stock in the City !
Ot U Nt.. find Coiuuift'rUl Aveuur,
NEW DEPARTURE IN BUSINESS.
Goods from this Date to be Sold Cheaper than ever.
Remember, wo toiluy adopt tin full change system ami Ml nooiU at tlio' vtTy
rlotti't margin, trivinR the one and two cunt pieces for ch tniro. Every penon receiv
ing their exact chancre, and nut charging five cents for three cents wurtli of jroode.
LOOK AT OUR PRICES.
A tlV Ckt wlitnll U'rt rrlvA hnlniv Peniflmhnr nnp utiw.L- la T'lerrn nn.l nil i-nnitd e.iM
on same basig, and regular chanye made :
Beat iilo Cotlee. . 24c Per lb
Prime " ... 22u ' "
Fair " . 21o " '
farchpd Uio CoQ'ce, choke, Uile " "
" " ' good, iTic " "
A sugar, .... lie " "
C ' stnndaril, 10c " "
NO" 0c " '
Rice, best - - - - Pc " "
2nd - 7c " '
Soda Crackers, heit - 8c " "
Best German Soap, - Tc " bar
Family - - 6c "
Yarmouth Corn, ... Can
Lard, 10c " lb
Pepper Hatiee, - - 8c " btt'.e
IT ARNESS, NAILS, PLOWS, ETC.
We also call
Boot and Shoe
Which is complete! nnd stock well selected.
l'rints, per yard, 5, (I and 7c. Muslin, per yunl. U, 7 and Sc. l'lnimcls Irnm 10
to :i;ic per yard, .leans, from 10 to BOo per yard. Tieklngi fi.m !) to ISe per yurd
Ladies' Hone, 8e pr pair. V. Spool (.'otton, -Jtx) yards per spoitl, 4i'. ClitrU'K tmt
1 hreud, pur opool, Cc. Full lino of tient's underwear, very low. We have tie
lariat line of Staple anil tan -y I . y (ioods 111 .southern Illinois the prlees of which
are all guaranteed the lowest.
SI. 00 to $2 (JO per pair.
We would gav to the ntitilie thnt ivp nilnnl tlila rnlv In ninLInn Mi-unm lu.H..i'
ing it to be the best and only riglit way to
uietr nxni ciiutige, aim hiioiiio not pay nve ei'iits tor an ttrticli' wnlelt climiin ne
bought for three cents. We ari determined to Bell good-low 11s tit retofore. The
succasB of business is to sell goods at a low margin, which limtires an inureasa ol
Parties from the country who buy small joh lots for family hm. we will pave
them money bv calllns on us. liememher. we menu what, we" anv nn,l onlv nuVt 11
cull. Prices sublect to chaticru ot market.
AGENTS MIAMI POWDER CO.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mrs. C. McLean desires to announce to
the public that she has determined to
clos3 out her large and elegantly assorted
stock ol MILLINEKY (iOODS. Inclu
ding Ladles' FL'KNISHIXG GOODS ol
nearly every description, UNDER
WEAR, HOSIERY, etc., with a very
lare tiBsortinent nt Ladles'. SHahi-h' Bnii
Children'dSilOEs.ulIof which uiutt be
sold within ttie next
AtCosi. Now is the time lor ladies to
buy Hats, and ever j thing else in the
HsTA old bills must be settled nt
once, or they will be put out for col
lection. MRS. C. McLEAN.
Noy. 10th, 1877.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,.
INI THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Comer ISth atrent and Gommarci Av.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
O. D, WILLIAMSON,
An-1 Kaler In
K. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
PEU4L itttotlai flfi-.o t),nl(itiien:j tail
STRATTON & BIRD,
Aa ta AMERICAN POWDER CO..
ST Ohio Levee.
View of Marriage I
WfnMnHBn A Quid to W.d"a and
LOU&diulUi IrvmtlH on Dm
JutlM ol uiimM and tha
griOtVCTaii of lUproduotl'nn anl
cmuwf in" unni ior n : nm
hi w i women.
A book lor ariv.ta, aomill.
rati nadml M fl'l, prlc.
on.til IVAIE MEOICAL ADVI8ERI .
"niililnorilrr.ol a Private Natura anniii irom Balf
Abuaa. Sxoaa.ea, nr Bavrat Dlaeaaca, wuli ua txtt
ailw nfcur.. W4 l.r.n.... h.l. Ml i'la.
,. A CLINICAL LEcftBK on ih. almr. dlmwt l'l
in ut Throat ind Lunira, Calarrti.auptura, loa
Opium Habit.... priw Wi'ia.
.illi-r IKMi. w III Hl,l
I lit nu.ln.ld nn rMVlnl of BHr . Ar .11 IIim.
tunl.lr.lru, . mt;t. (WautiftillT lllinti.lrd. for t6 rt..
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" 1 trye, -Best
Blueing, 1 01 bti'.u, -
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ZIbc Wash Board-,
1 lb Cove Oyster
1" " lull.
Salt, per lartcll
- iId " "
flj " lb
4; " bttlc
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C: " lb
. r.j " lb
4 it prttkk
7c " can
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VJe. " (fall
Boots from $2.00 to f I.-.O. Shot? from
tio Imsincs. l.vi ry one U emitled to
0. Patier & Co.
U Hit; tartl isg;
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOS. A. EICE, A. II. 1. 1, B.,
IAB. RICK, A. M..
I. h. hubwood,;
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS $81 00
M08T Complot. Thorough smt Prartlca
cour of r-tuily in tlie I'nitKl Mjii a
ouurw iniii.-nrnaioie (o evi'ry yoim inan enj'
loxninn un uic nn oi me
For XUaitratid Circular,
1HU9. A. MCE. A. M.. L. .,
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
ajL i. UI.I
CORES DISEASES Of Tur
In the wonderful wedlclnts to which the afflict
ed are above directM fur rt-llef, the dlacoverer
delicves be has com hi noil in harmony more of
Nnture' anvereiim curative iirnm-rtlca, which
Ooil lm inatilletl lnu the vt'gebible kinrtlnm
for heiillng the alck, than were ever hefnre cow
hired in one medicine. The evidence of thin fuel
ia found In tho (treat T.-irlcty of most obninut
dlseinn which ltliaa bcun found to conquer. In
the euro of Drouth I tin, Severe Conirb.
nml the early atafrc of Coiiaampilon, it hu
a.tonlnhcd the incdlcnl fuculir, and eminent
phyaiciana pronounce it the greatest medical
QlncoTerT of the aire. WhHo it citrea the aevcr
ett Cotifrns.it strengthen" tho avitera and parU
Net tbe blood. By Ita great and ihorouxh
blood-puritylnft propertica, it eurea all Ha.
in o rm, f mm the worn Scrof nla to a common
Ulotcbt PI mple, or Kru ptlon. Moreurlol
Ulaeitao, Miacraf 1'olanna, and tlieir effect, are
eradicated, und vlnorom honltb and a anund
uonatitutlon esutlilnhwl. Kryalpelaa, Halt,
rhonm, fevrer Korea, Ncaly or Rough
Skin, in l)ort, all the numerous diwaieai'auMjd
by bod blood, are conquered by thin powerful,
purifying, and tuvigorttting medicine.
II yon feel dull, drovir, tlebilltnted, have aal
low color of akin, or yellowish brown spota on
face or My, frequent headache or dines.
bad tturte In momli, internal heat or chills altN
Dated with hot fluahca, low splrita, and gloomy
foreho.llnW, Irreeular appetite" and tongue
ctt'd, you ore au&rlnr from Torpid Mvtr,
r Bllloaancaa." In many cases of
"Liver C'oniplalnt onljr part of these
svmptnms are experienced. As a romedy for
ll such cases, Dr. I'lerce'a Uolden Medlcial Dla.
tovory has no oqtuil, as It effects perfect cures,
Icnviug tliu liver slieugtUonua and healthy.
SOLD BV DRUGGISTS AT $1 PER BOTTLE.
Prepared by It. V. PIERCE, HI. D., Hole
Proprietor, lit li e WoilLD'S IlIBrBNSAltV.
JJiiffnlo, N. Y.
umm mm tm
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveii
.-. j v..v Ana At,!,,,,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc; -
Linseed Oil, Turpentine.
Paints-ill Colors Rsady
. LrdQil, -Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfbot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgm KeroscQa Can
The Only Perfect Can ia
the World. Made of Glass
and rrvii not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured bv Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
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, andDeCinchon'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
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder, 1
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,- . . . ,k
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood PurifleB
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills, '
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicine
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 Twino
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polls -4
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
'Lant week I bought 10 cent package of WaihlM nd doni my wanhlnf In oil b-1
theuHual time at lesi tlmn hull the coHt ot Soap. Mr clothes were whlltr. I did t
have to rub tbcm, nml it did not ibrink my woolens, and for once I waa enabled to (ft- ft
hot dinner on Monday. Ho ladles try It, and you will save labor, time and ueney. Jt
perfectly safe to use it. MK8. A.
S and 10 cent Packagos. Buy WA8EINS AT BABCLAT'8.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' 'Bflg&SfiF'
I'ure Imported Hay Rum,' ftplcndld Canada T t
Sonp Enllah and American Soaps Fine lm
ported Handkerchief Kxtraeta In origi
nal Dottles or In Broken Quant I
ties as wanted
I 1 I - fr
Window Glass, Putty
ftp lis H,.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Sclent'! 0
and Practical Test by the iCS. GO
E.RNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DJEPAB
MENT. Highly Commended by sthi
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate tht
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
at loir prices.
At Barolncro' DruclSiom