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On, o belicrei Dlu to bo tho best
'aiwident Mexico erer baa,ana tuinni ro
United SUtei ougbt to recofniw blm.
jl thlnVi he hutunuQj endeaTorcd to
v '. iuppreei border lawlessness?, tai the ml!.
, v ut7 force tent by bim to tbe Rio Grande
.'ww not to Intimidate the United States
goTernment but to endeayor to preserve
Vs order. fleMiicYea mm amoero ia we
Brofetilonl, tad tbtt lie had doue all In
'." ' nil Dower to preierye amicable relatione
with tbJl jOTertment.
' Ix the Senate on ThundaY a motion to
: make 'f acidly next a day for the con
v.. aideratlon of Uieailrer blll.wai carried by
t yote pt 11 to 38. Tola la cenildered a
fair indication of the lentiment ol the
Senate on this important question, and
It Is beliered that the bill can be passed
Ttr the president's veto. It was sup
posed that the president's views on this
question as expressed In his message
would have a tendency ,to modify the
sentiment of several senators, but the
.vote taken on Thursday shows that It
,.had no effect whatever.
Sinatoi CosKLrsa made a speech In
' tha senate on Thursday, in walch he
took occasion to denounced the president
for nil action in relerence to the New
Tork appointments. Senator ConkJinjr,
backed by Thurman, Vorbees and other
y Democratic senators, hold. that the tenure
ot the offlee aet should be intorced , and it
ia now evident that Mr. Hayes will find
that ha cannot remove officers without
em. The speech of Conkltag is regard
t daa only tha opening of the light that
is to take plaoe between the administra
tion and anU4dm1nlstTatlon of the radi
riMpMt ef SLMlHtUSi; Berate
Special 10 tbe Ciacinnati linelte
WiasnKaTOH, Dvc. 4. The indicatioas
" ar that the holiday adjournment will be
longer than usnai. Many members wt rs
' not prepared lor a long stay when tnej
arrived lor the October session, and mutt
members desire tew days at boom be
tow settling-down here until next sum.
mar.. Basinets also la well advanced,
nd till inportant committees Lave con
siderable work belore them.
,")'!..' ) '. siwa4 rrviiiB.
, f.v- '(Cauce Journal, af. 4ta.
'- Chicago elevators, a per ffloinl re
- tnraa, contain 843,2-13 bushel oi wheat,
d6,mbuaheletf corn; 111,261 buhls
of oats; (3,414 butbels ot rye, and 533,
bnaben, of barley, making a grand
' total Of 3,160,927 buthels, againtt 1,501.
' T74 bnthets one week ago, and 4,75,27
.TjciheU at this period hut year. .
ull.,.W-.k..u. unf.ln OA1? 9J
tashelf of wheat; 11,293 buhels oi corn;
V 3,901 bushels of oaU; 30,742 bushels ot
. rye, and 340,513 bushels ot barley.
Kew York and Brooklyn " warehouses
'-' ire stored with 1735.214 bushele ot wheat;
. 1,352, 453 bushels ot corn; 1.912,820 bush
of oatr, 233.770 bushels of rye; 915,--'
tS3 bushels ot barley, 323,171 bushels of
-.. -mali, and 7,827 bushels of peas.
.-i Oriin in aWht in the cutea and Ctna-
- tta, -Not. 'Si, 18fH: Wheat, 12,813,752
V biuheljjoorn, 7,635,463 bushels; oats, 3,
t 462,807 bushels; rye, 793 bushels; barley,
t' JCzporta frutn. the) leading seaboard
C' porta last week include 67,901 barrels ot
' - flour; 888,465 bushels of wheat: 1,270.203
'. bushels ot corn; 7,144 bushels of rye; 132,
ji.flfiC bushels of barler, 6,837 barrels ot
'MrV; 3,814,938 pounds ot lard, and 10,-,
' 883,565 pounds of bacon.
i", -I m ' !
' . fm Mmiag om the Fres4ent'
A Washington correspondent ot the
- Chicago Times had interview with Gen.
Tom Iwlng a few days ago, in which
" ; the president's position on the silver bill
and the resumption act were discussed.
; Gan, Ewlng docs not believe that the de
- elded ground taken by the president
. against the remonctizatlon of the sliver
T' dollar,' and la furor of resumption will
7 have a tendency to stop flnanoial
agitation in oongresi. In speaking of the
"financial portion of the president's mess
' age Gen. Ewingsaid: "It's Wall street
v-allovur, m utual. The president seemi
. 'to Uiluk as Gen. Grout dld that there Is
only one side of a eoutract crsatinr a
public debt, and that Is tho bondholders'
aide. Ue thinks we should pay the bonds
laeued under the refunding act of 1S70 in
i gold, because he says we got gold for
them. We got no such thing. We got
6-20 bonds lor them. It we got gold, It
, I -Is puerile to glye that as a reason why
we should pay In gold. The law of 1870
Ia the only contract between the people
.t and the pnrcbastrs oi thw new bonds.
: It explicitly declares that they are pay
able in coin legalized at the date ot that
law, which was both gold and silver.
.The president has no business to disturb
or question the contract. There Is no
- doubt whatever aa to ite meaning, and
the assurance given by the administration
to the syndicate that the bonds will be
i , Jiakl la gold only constitutes a misde
" sneanoron offlee which deserves a prompt
and atarm rebuke. Besides, If the
torehasera ot those bonda had really
4,ptM tw In gold and w were therefore
bonodto pay them In gold, then as the
' purchased of the 6 AO's paid ua In the
- green backs by the ume rule those bonds
must be paid in greenbacks. Th It whole
1 thine of upsetting the eon tracts between
tho bondholders and the people must stop
sow or an issue will be made by which
Us holders of 6-50 bonds will get greens
backs only for them, as the contract un
K oer wbieh they were Issued provided
The tjaae If , U a Cite wen made up be-
twen tJhejopleand the holders of 6-20
doooj ana laDmittea to a court oi equity
thsY'-coit would decree the pay
-'i wmr;:w .. toe . booai in green
baki eqtal U gold value to the
gold talne 6! the greenbacks which they
, Paid tor them eleven or or twelve years
w.aosr fleduetlngtha sxcesslve Inter'
Vwaubibsyhayeeoalved since. But
nations whleh are often compelled to bor-
tow at uiurlons interest do not and should
ot pleas vntry, tmt i would not have
a . republic hold Its creavtors to anviblna
fjmon Om tho letter and ecu-it af th
s -ton tract Mtound in the laws, however
atsaavanugtous it might be to the peotu,
Tho bondholders have an euormoua ad'
fantage, and they had better abide by tho
Hw as It is written and not grab tor more
or they may in the end fare only as well
as usurers do in a court of equity. The
people now demand that tho Identical
old silver dollar shall be restored to un
limited coinage and as unlimited legal
tender just as it was Irora 1791 to IS73.
This will wrong nobody and anything
short of this will not bo submitted to by
the people." When asked what he
though ot the president's position on the
question oi resumption, Gen. Ewlng said:
"IC U au implied ooufction oi Inability
to resume in Jauuary, 1879, which is a
fact now patent to all and is coupled with
the assurance that the scheme will be ad
hered to except so fur as its promoters
want further help from couuu They
will get no help whatm-r. They
must throw ahle the mischievous
resumption selienie, for the house
of representatives will not tinker
up the boles on It. If the administration
adheres to Its present policy of resump
tion It and Its scheme will be trampled
to death. There has been Just as much
robbery ol the people by that law as they
will stand. Jlen lose their property,
their business, and their employment,
and still ouly growl and threaten; but
when driven to actual starvation, as miU
lions are now being driven, like the stag
at bay, they will turn and reud their op,
pressors. Itmaks no difference wheth
er the men who are perpetrating this
crime are rascals or only theorists their
diabolical scheme will end in repeal by
aet of congress, I hope, unot, I believe
it will be repealed by a revolution."
orH w.miix;to i.kttrk.
a cokfARuox-rEAiH tmntfi.E.'i ci at-
rTBLICAKHM-lHB rRKSWITr's ME5-
iGE abisus is ms TRKASvin rar
SKW DEMOCRATIC TArER.
I Orrcipcndeoc of ihf Piu.itk.
Washington, P. C, Dee. 6, 1577-
Half .i waneration flffO wheu Washinjr'oi
andit l'fe were new to your eorrepi.
dent, he pased every day on one i,f:l
city s wide avenuei I
A f TL'RUY Ml-SIClA i
who upon a bright uew aeeordrau, . lave J
the martial airs then so popular. 'I nc
player's object was gam and his vigorous
and noisy ramie was hardly innr .uii
ttant than the fall into his ample plate of
the shining nickle and the rustling of bits
ol fractional currency. He was In the
high tide ot popularity and success. As
the years went by he kept his accustom"
ed place, and regularly, but with grad
ually tailing fingers, gave us the old, old
mmlc. Later, hi! Instrument was crack
ed and discolored, his hands were weak
and trembling, and those who paused to
listen remained to plry but not to admin'.
I passed him the other night at Hie tame
Of the accordeon had dropped
from his nerver!.s grasp, and
lay beforo him; he was withercl
and shrunken; there was no tokens of
lHe about hlia save when Ma hands InTol-
nnUrily attempted, new and then, in an
aimless and uncertain w ay, to make again
the motions that had once given the list
ening crowds the notes ol "John Brown's
Body," or his form owung weakly te and
fro. A penny or two bad been careless
ly thrown Into the once prosperous plate,
as sonio citizen has hastened his foot
steps iu passing by. I thought, It this
wreck ot another time could for a mo
ment have aroused in his broken body
the strength ot earlier days, and have ex
pended that dying energy in attempting
to repeat the music ot the past, succeed
ing in bringing forth only noise and hor
rible discord, how like would that exhi
bition he to another even to be seen In
the Senate, where Conklincr and Ed
munds in pltilul ImitnMon cl that which
had been, wero vainly atrlving to farce
what was left of Republicanism to pro
duce the well-known
nr.iv m i
Tae old uni'lcia in a IUi! while will bs
buried in roller Held, i !: very nerce
ness of Its lute ttruggle has hastened the
As you know
THE LAST IMPORTANT ACT
ol the Senate at the exlia set
sion was the admission of Butler and
Kellogg. The proper Committee re.
ported lavorably on Kustis, but too late
to secure his admission. The subject
will come up early in the regular session,
and Matthews, David I'avis, I'attcrson,
Turnover and several others, besides the
Democrats, will vote to seat hlui. There
Is no doubt ol thit result.
of Mr, Uavcs Is not all that couM be tie
sired, but v bat an advance it is upon lata
messages! There is not, from belunlnc
to end that emphasized section or cen
tralism, In short, that speaks ot Repute
Uranism as now understood and preached
by ItsBlalnn's and Conkllng". lis flnnn
clal features will be looked upon with
favor or dislike, according to individual
ideas of what is desirable, but this Is not
now and la not likely to be a party que
tion. it is not as decisive as one could
wish in speaking ot the Mexican question;
It should have made adventures and
specnlators understand lit onct they
could not tore the couti
try Into war for their own ag
grandizement. It modestly and most
correctly omits to claim any consilium
ble siiceeM lor trs writer a civil service
retorm efforts. As to the Treasury there
" CNOftMOt'S ABCSEa
in its management, well known to Mr.
Hayes, which are not alluded to, Tho
recommendations as to the Array and
Navy follow pretty closely the ideas ol
the Secretaries. . There Is a good and
well deserved word for this District, Let
os, whether he is really and rightfully
President or not, thank God that no
worse man than llayes occupies the seat
Of what will ha done by Congress In
tha early portion of the regular session
no on seems to be certain. Probably
the holldsy reoeia wilt be taken early and
the consideration oi important matters be
deferred until January. The Scouts, If
not the House, is In condition to enjoy
THE DAILT rOST
will appear this week under excellent
management, and promises to be, what
we never have had here, a Democratic
paper at once lively and able. I hear ci
many business men who will give It a
helping hand from the flri and among
newspaper people there it more than
ordinary confidence in the financial sue
cess ot the enterprise. IIilto.n
Of Ten Years Duration. The DI
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smolt and
Taeie Whcty Gone. Entirely
SASFOEv 3ADICAL CURE,
MdWt.Vf n'-T4 V?mt: Of ntlemf n ! ttf I f om
BalleJ to w-knowKwc to you tbo (rem btnrill
BisrolD'i KiDiiui. Cvh been to m. rt
Inn yen I bae Keen afflicted with thl loiUitoms
dliau. tnd Mpeclally la loo winter time litU It
breumoM Mverc, The dlclirKe liu brtn thick
oJ blaoity. emlttln); foal odor to bid that mj
f manure In tooiu with other wu very ollctulve
D tlnn.Oue week niter commencing the wu ot
flixroup't lUniCAt. Ci ki 1 wi nut trouhled vita
t t ill. Myivnfcjjof tatc and emell, which vtrt
wholly frouc, hAvu now fully rctururri, nU mjr tu-
am &aiu. it nacl. g;s--rB!rffim
OSASD lUTlDi, MlCB., VOT. S, lti.
Ocntlemon! The rfickrur of SaxtorVi Cntl
Arrived hem to-nltht 'U rlht. I ilont know whiu I
hould h.vedone ll Ub.l not been tor this wined.
I have tried NaMlDuiit liea and everytlhiireUti.tr4
llthuuiih 1 Imre lem nblf to nop me ottcnfive du
clinrgs, I hive not bopti oMe to recover my H'cuy ol
tiutc andeniell until ItileUSANroKD'HC'l Hit. Tou
caq re-fer nv ouc you c!iohw to ue, eud I will
1 heerf.illj Inform them In detail iu to U.t bu3t
the rcoieJr ii oceu to me. T.'nre..
' MKI.BorilVK H.FORD.
Oeaxb JUpiih, Mien., Nv. li, l;,
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
K ot only rrotrptly rrf! ?hf r orrodlnf dlecli tf H
in CtrrB,but,'. vsvmplheilc ectlon. It rettoreito
icnnd beeltli nil "the n' tin lieml Diet hw
ieconic tfiecteuliy It, u tihih.taLy ul Hit follow
lL4 eJIecUOLt .
IVfortlTf Vff Ight, Tnfinmrd nnd Mattery
Kth, Painful' nnd Wutery E c, Loi ol
Hearing, Eitrachv, NenralRls of the Ear,
Discharge fnna theljr, Kluiflni; NoiK-e
In the llratl, lUilnrc, rvoiiK 11. .l
rhe. Pain In the Xeuiplr, Lote or tlio
St-nee of TaMfanil Nnirll, tloniriitlon of
the I'vula, Indamuuition of tile. Toull,
I'utrld Sore Throat, Tlfkllnicor IUiklii(
Cough, ilroucLill., auU llcxllin of tho
ErS r"r! r"' !:' Tr. ?9EfeM' Imprfived
ln!ilmg 1 ul" .':: '-'1 . u imer.;!'. 're.re, dl
reeuoni for um !r tU cts. fnc.ti. ronmlety
kll WhOlMilO il J '! dr.,klU ILl dek.j.t
aroifh ntt!iratt-'l - .tiUl.u8-U.VHk
POTTh'R, G"0trl4iiu;ei'd V.totwul Ung
g'.txt, Botvon, M.. s.
AS F.ectrGilvfrJe Bauer?. r;(nib!se1 wltli
k Lifbjy Muittrd H,itx, f..raai, th
rusiet curetlve .joLl In tho wor.d of usdlcUie,
Ld utltrly lurpiu-l-g elloUier Ploeteri hereloforw
In i.e. They Mcopipuel. n,nre la urn were tt-io
the old Plwtris ii. wujic itttj iv .l t
Ltto, tiity cvat. I te?
R11v AffetltoM of t; OlMk
he Ue Alloctlou of the Luagfc
helleve Aflectloui of the Been.
Jtelleve Afftctlou. of the Liter.
Iteilere Aflettlouof tte Splea.
1 jUeve Auction if lie Kldhtyi.
lielleve Affectlor-J of the Stifle,
iielleve Allectlone oftheen.
lie Here Affection! of the Maeclce.
litllive AflKtlone of the Joln'j.
lieUeTe Affertlone of the B nee.
V Bitter wan rntT be tbt titeet of your rrffef.
buk. try one of the PUeteri. hellef U l-aMnian
S k fMt enoported by haodrede of teetuuonlkle la
our iKakeMWh. b.rln iraiidtUkt Uionio.tla.por.
t esn, kud thu combluMlouof fume tai (Hence
it niuu end thrube ere hereto muted with Eleo.
Prloa, OS Qgnta.
? tnm w t ji for cou-nrer m . is.
TEH le.t yon et eome wonhlete tmltktlon. Sola .by
fnlted Stktee nd Cudkk.kiid by Wilia niV
TB Proprtciore, Bokob, lite.
They Eelievo Pain.
They subduo swelling,.
Tiey euro bums without a scar.
The Tha Whit Centaur Liniment li new
the mindard remedy lor Kheuiautim, McuralrfU,
KciaiKa, Lnii.ta j, Froit Buck, Caked Pr.mu,
Itch, Cutaneout trnriti'inj, etc. Tncw Linlmenta
have stood the tevt of Line. They have perform
ed more Wonder ful cures of obstinate bed-rider!)
cripple and have a!lcviaicd mire paint id a shnrer
-p.nX' ji time than have all other Liniments,
hnibrocationa, Extracts, O Dttnent", and rialvel
in txittenre. Their sale Is increaeicf regularly
and rapidly. Their best endorsers are physicians,
sun;eons and vetcrinariea. There is literally no
cae of flesh, bone or muscle ailment upon man or
beaut which tbe Centaur Liniments will not allevi
ate and generally cure. But it must lie understood
that there are two kinds of Liniment: tbe White
h f .r family use and ilit Ye. low fur hoi. and
animals. For horses and mules liable 1 1 Spavin,
Ring-bone, Snetney, ,!!, Strains, Sttin-lialt.
Poll-evil, etc., tbe Yellow Centaur Lini
ment s wuitb its weight in eolil. We hare
thousands ol certificates relating now thotuanda ol
valuable homes have been apctidily restored by a
do.lar bottle ol this all-healing remedy. The same
is constantly told of I he ellects on the human
Oame. l'emoiu hobbling on crutches lor yenrs
f"ini Stiff Joints, Tumirn and Old Korea, have by
the me of the White Centaur Liniment, been
tutored to tbe use of all their limbs, 'ihe edecti
iie next to uiarveli, We will give the IJniuieat
t'i any person Who ever heard ol a railure. Much
a ease hai never teen reported to us. Those Lini
ments are now sold throughout the inliabiiat'.e
.). I'. H'lMiiU),, tenrylreet, New Tnrlc.
To the tkMf k it death to flrioet and Stnatatli asia
piiiinis. jruccer auaatorial lacotuLlete sub-
uiuie ior castor unanu it as pleasant to take as
Honey. Itispaitirulvlyauapted toTeetning and
Irritable children. It destroy! worms, asslmilatea
the food, r(rulates the Stomach, and kutrs Wind
oHc. So remedy It at eflicacieut, for i ovtrii!i
ne,Cnup, Worrat and Whooping Cough Oa
torla ii a purely vegetable (icparatlnn, mora el
lertlve than Castor oil, and neither gagt na
Jtessrs. J, C Iteaaii:., N. Y.:
I have a family el eight children, and have used
your Casteria I have asv.r found anything equal
toil. My chllkren have bets aaved from severe
slcknest t,y the um of Caatoria. 1 recommend It
in preference to any ether medicine 1 know. 1
leal It a Bieaiure to give thu eertifieat. on account
ot the benefits 1 haue derived by the use of your
ery iruiy leort,
NOltMiN P. UTILE.
Parson mhn will m.v.
forward me a list or tha
name, ul reliable rerione of tiflr acqualnuuica
wuu "Hi mi (iroairtsii inairanteai, sttiner
ana or Organ, 1 will tut mr beat audeavora to
li teem ona, and for amy piano I auonara in
filing to tholr Hat wltliln ooe year, 1 will credit
them wllbSlO, and for aary organ $4, to be an.
plied on payment of either a piano or organ ;
anu wnen 11 amoui.ts to a aura aufflulent to pay
fur any Instrument, eelecttd at the LOWEST
WIMl.FALk fltlCS. 1 will ImrutdUiely ship
the Inatrtiment. free, or after anT amonnt la
credited tbe balance may be paid me In cash and
I will than eblp them the Instrument, They
need not be known In the matter, and will be
doing their friends a real aemce, a I aball
inaae M-r.LiAi, urrMtsto Hum, telling a
(SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT far from ONE
HALF to tWO.THIRDS what Is ordiauUf
asked by agtnta, Fleaee tend ma a liat at once,
and after yon have made Uiijotry, yea sen M
DASIML r, BE A TTT, Wi$hi,,tm, 4V. J,
New York Store !
Old, Reliaale and Cheapest Store in SOUTHERN ILLINOIS !
Largest General Stock In the City !
9th t ana Couimerclsv Avvune,
NEW DEPARTURE IN BUSINESS.
Goods from this Date to be Sold Cheaper than ever.
Remember, we to-day aJopt the lull chauje system and sell (Too ls at tho wty
closet margin, irWinc the one and two cent pieces tor cbimjre. livery person recelv
iDjf their exact change, and not cbarghip; tire cents lor three wit worth of gooi. .
LOOK AT OUR PRICES.
A tew ol which we give below. Remember our stock Is lnrjrc nnd all frotxi sold
on snnie basK uml regular change mmlc :
BcftRloCottee. 24c per lb Palm Soap, -Super
Prime ' 22c " Matches. - io " '
Fair lilu " larf, . tic
arched Rio Coffee, choice1, 2!c " " Heat Lye, - . 'Jo "
k'ood, 'JDc " " Soda, - " lb
Asiid&r, .... lie " Bluciiii', I o. little, . u " httle
C ' - ' tiUndaM, 10e " ' " " " - Hn
SO" !lc " " Ufat Shuvh, ftc " II)
Klce, hcet Cc " " 2ul " ... lr
und ... 7n " " Zlm- WaU ISoar.K . ISo cscU
Soda Crackere, beat " " stove I'ollalj, - . . 4; pr slick
Best German 8iap, 7c" har 1 Ih Cove ()yHipr, i 7c " Cnn
" Family c " " 1' " " lull, -10c ""
YarninnthCorn, . . 18c ' can V"' ' 2;1' ,V F "u
Lard, 10c " lb laik-e, h " "
Pej.per aui, 8c " bttle Salt, per barreil
II.Im,. .......1 n S I . . l!n -.S I It. t'l .1.. . ...
i i uiif, lA-i yruu, u, u miu .ii upuii, j..rr );tr'i.u, i him i iiiiiiu'I itotlt i;
to Vc per yard. Jeans, from lb to iOt iut yard. Tickings from 'J to lt-e per yrd
Ladies' Jloe, ic pr pair. C. Spool Cotton, 2')0 yurtls per spool, lc. (''lurk's br-t
Thread, per spool, tic. Full line of dent's mi'lerwear, very low. H'e liave the
i.,.f.n i;,.a .rcf.i.1.. .,,,,1 in:. n... r... i. i 1 1 , t t , i... . ...i
iniiim uuc ui ciaJiu aim laili S.I s uvum
are ull guaranUfd the lowest.
IVe also rail
Boot jand Shoe
Which is complete and -toe well stlfeV'd.
5'1. oo to ii t' .er pair.
We would say to tfic public that we lidotii ibis rule in initkinL' elmn'f. belieV
ins t to lie the best and cnly ilyht way to tlo biibinrm. Kvery one is cniiiled to
their right change, and should not pay live cents lor nn anielc which RhouM be
bought for three ceuta. We ar determined to sell goods low h heretofore. 'J' he
success ot business ls to nell goodj at a low margin, which liisiircs an increase ft
Parties from the country who buy eiuull
them money by calling ou us. Remember,
call. Prices subject to change ot market.
AGENTS MIAMI POWDER CO.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mrs. C. McLean desires to announce to 1
the public that she has determined to i
closi out herlarpeand elegantly assorted I
stock ot MILLINERY UOODS, luclti- I
ding Ladles' FURNISHING GOODS of 1
WEAR, HOSIERY, etc., w'iih ' very
larp aworfnwnr o I.afile', Mle!es' nnd
Children's SHOES, all of which nmn be
hold within the next
notr V TFV rioQ.tr,rt'.irt I X.MT?f
At Cost. Now Is the time lor ladies to
buy Hats, tnd everything el;e in the
HaTA old bills mast be settle- at
once, or they will be put out for col
lection. MR8. C. Mrl.EAN.
WHOLESALE AND HETAll.,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 18th atreot and Oomtuaii.i Ave.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
Q. D, WILXIAMS0N,
And Iiw.lrr iu
78 OHIO LEVEE.
PEC.ALstuulloi givi tcmlinownH and
STBATT0N & BIRD,
Ag te AMERICAN POWDER CO.
147 Ohio Laveee
Tha raoldltr and certainty whleh Dr.
Morrla' BTniDOfTar. Wild Cherry and
Horehound enres dlsesiss ot the reiplra
ory Urgani and Us reliability as a remedy
lor eoniumpilOD lung ago eocut eu ior it a
foremost rank among medlcinei of Its olaas.
It Is In fact Tail recognlied inaolno lor
throat and bronohlal dliordera, It prompt
ly enscks a ctugn, so matter oi now long
standing, and afferds great relief In caie
ot asthma. It should no, h alitaken lor
a mere palliation, since it not only afferd
Immediate reller, but alo remores all
traces of the malady. It Is a epeclno for
croup, Trial site 10 otnts. Large HzeW
cents and ona dollar.
SOU) BY BARCLAY BttOH.
Also Agenta. for f rel, Parker's risasaat
Worm Syrup, whlea ester falls, riesi
aet to take, and ree-nUu bo ptysle,
Fries 16 cents.
111 .TillilliTIl tllllliil4. III' J'l l V Ul i mi ll
linots frtmi J.'.ini to rl.Vi, Miot iiom
iob lots tor lamilv ne. we will save
we mean w-hat ve"av mnl onh fiok a
0. Patier & Co.
H Hit; Ckc1.1 Z'li
St. Louis, Mo.
TB0S. A. WOE, A . M . L. L. B ,
KB. HICZ, A. M., :;:: ii.al"
J. U. UVUWOUi) j
FULL LIFE SCHOUlrtSHlPi SSI CO
MOST Complete, Thoiiiuh an t Practice
course of ntudy In tti L'tim-J c!i.t
course indiaptoalUa to every youi. lima rio
tiarKlng on tie tn ui In'.'.
For IUuirr:ed CiiccUr,
THUS. A. RICE, A.U..L. R..
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
In the wonderful medicine to which the afflict
ed are above directed for relief, the diieoverer
bellerea be has combined in harmony more of
suture a aorereira f uratlve propertlea, which
Clod boa Instilled Into tha vove&bla k nrdom
for heullng the iluk, than were ever before com
lilncd In one medicine. The evidence of this f act
it lotina in tne itroat variety ot most obatlntile
diseases, which it haa been found toconnuer. Ia
the utiro of Bronenitls, Serero Caaalaa.
and the early ataitoa ol Conanmptlon, it baa
astonished the medical faculty, and eminent
phvalciaoe rirononnce it the greatett medical
uiscoverv oi uie ap;e. svnHfl it ottrea tne lever
est Conln, It strengthens the aystem anil pari
flea the blood, lly it great and thomnxb
Uood-imrlfying propertlea, it eurea all IIa
more, from the worst ftnrnf nla to a cnmmnn
Ulotcb. PlmpIe,or Cropllon. Morourlal
dlaeuae, Ulaoral I'olsona, and their eOecta, are
emdliMited. and vlenroue heallli anil a anriml
ucineUtution eslabllxhed. Eryelpelae, SalU
rucsssa, sever noress, ncair or stoaarn
felt In, In aljort, all the ntitoeroua dlseajea enticed
by baa blood, are conquered by thla powerful,
purifying, aud invigorating ruedloine. -n i
H yon feel dull, drovrey, .lebllllaled, have sal.
low color of ekln, or yellowish brown apota on
fnoe or body, frequent headache or dliitneea,
bad taste in mouth, internal beat or chills altar
nate'l Willi hot flusltea, low spirits, and gloomy
forebodings, lrreiulur appetite, and tongue
ooati'djVrtu are eufferingfrom Torpid Ller,
er u Blliouenae. In many cnaea of
" Liver Complaint" onVy part of these
symptoms are experienced. As a remedy for
ail such cases, Dr. flerce'a (lolden MedleaJ Dla
uvery has no enttal, aa II effects perfect cures,
leaving sun uver eueuajuivHuvs ssuu acaiiay.
'SOLD BY DRUGGISTS AT ifPER BOTTLE. .
Prepared by R. V. PIERCE. Iff. D., "ola
rrnprtewir, as it's) nvuiii uikrc.N.iAnY,
Buffalo, N. Y. " "
S"f tjo,eea eaiDg our wt
UBtfr eVOrllla. tlOO a inoml
new to aooil Airenla. auie-nr
ilea, etueaVu;rVsMai. tuwis, al
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leve,
, i : : ' : AndAt 1 ' :
SIG OF THE ORYSTAt MORTAB, "
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street .
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
. .Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colorr-Sealj for flu M,
Illuminating Oils, " ":V";
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
tho World. Made of OUbb
and r.'v.3l not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The boat in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
ernes. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mo
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptitoi
Wholesalo and Retail
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fine Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French. Enelish and American Perfumery
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Nursing Bottles. Gum
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twintl
Shoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polisil
I I L L
"Lust week I l.nmlit a10 rantnae.Vaireof WaihlD and done m Wishing In OB b
the imual time at lees limn ball tha coat ol Soap. My clothe! were whiter. I dl4 4
bive to rub them, and it did not ihrink my wooleni, aud for ouce I wai enabled to ft
ooi oinner on Jlonday. f?o la.ilea try it,
pencctiy xare to use it.
5 and 10 cent Packages. V.
U-- . .. i
riAlJit T.,Ah rsOtrvvA Of Bxqniit TrtfvtK
VTWaVliWaA BlaJiWU WWalV)aVaV4f-- OuTaVbiUtJ.
Pare Imported Bay Bom SpUndld-Cnd Tft
Soap English and American 8op riue im .
ported nandkerehief Extracts In riffl- .
ual Bottles or in Broken QuantI
ties as wanted at low.'priees..
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial -Premium
and adopted after a thorough Sclentlf o
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by th
U. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTOR!
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate th
same with Insurance Companlea, Utcd
by Railroads Street Can tnd Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Gelatine for Table Use -Very Oheajj
The Best Trusses, All Style!
and Hair Brushes
Blacking, Stove Blacking
Wax Flower and Artists' Materia!! I
of Almanacs Free to Ail
The Best Sarsaparllla and Blood Purine!
and all Ague Medicine! I
Nipples and Rubber Clotbl
ana you win nave laoor, lime ana mutj. ji ej
Buy WABHINE AT BABOLAT'I