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' lows. m 7 W "H"
M hkU-pwl trr en, In their lisll on
re, l F. D. KtxroHB, M. U
OtIRn ENCAMPMENT. I. O. 0. t.t mt
. j.i. (MA.lvilows' liall on the first snd third
tuesday in ttj month, t hlf-pt mw
A. CommWi C r
a rimnlinr; Ufl M AT. 4A.M,
. Hold nfruUr Boinmuniotion In M
XX ionic HbII. comer ComnieroUl vcnu
' UII icirhth street, on toe seaona sou
. wrta MbwlsT of ok month .
ghc gull tint.
O Wednesday last, at Cobden, 1111"
nols, Columbus Arrastroiiji, abarstender
truck Mnttllcnser on tho head wun
coal shovel, Inflicting iniuriei Irom which
he died the following day. Armstrong
aide his escape and up to last evening
had not been heard of.
Toe old banking home ot Jacob Bunn
at Sorinztield, Illinois, closea its doors
on Wednesday morning. The announce
went of the lailure of tills duiik croaieu
irreat excitement among the depositors
and Dutrona ot the batik. ..'I' bank was
a Drivate one without directors or stock
holders, Mr. Bunu being the sole owner,
The liabilities ot the bank are estimate.
, to be not less than $1,000,000, but nothing
is known as to what the assets arc,
Ths breach between the president and
! the Radical senators, with Conkling in
the lead, stows apaco and must culniin
ate sooner or later. The Washington lis
! natch ot Wednesday gays the plan of tho
implacablcs has been clearly defined, and
indicates that they Are determined to drive
the president Into the Democratic ranks,
to force Democrat to accept ofllcc at hit
hands, and in this way make him the
friend and allle of the Democrat t. There
Is no doubting the fact that there Is but
two courses left tor the president to pur
sue. One is to come into the Democratic
party, or to admit that his southern pol
lev'aad his civil service policy have
proven failures, and to back sauaredown.
)i What course be will elect to pursue re
mains to be seen.1
THK BRITISH COR TlttDK,
AS RKVIKWED IY TUli MARK LANK SX
PRESS-TUB YOUNG WHEAT PBKBBKT8
A SATISFACTOKV APPEARANCE 8EVBRE
WEATHER IM SCOTLAND, ETC.
i London, January 1. The Mark Lane
t Exnreu review oi the corn trade for the
' past week says; "Tlio appearance ol
the youug wheat plant Is satisfactory, iu
'spite -Ue germination of the grain
V ""IC "low, owikg to Um saturated con
, ; uitionol .the soil. Tho weather has
been very severe in Scotland, but In the
, t SOI
aouro a Ialt breailtJi of lan l is under
Wheat, In the inner rHm'.t - -
ami.... . . -r."i;nd. inn r'"-
. .. . , , . Aiuia iano anu me
"paaScldedly strong and with
rtnc turn of the year it is likely that con-
: slderable activity will ensue. The sup
'l plies of English wheat continue very
; limited, aud altboutrh holders have not
been able to obtain higher prices, the
tendency uas certainly Otsen in their la.
vor. ' liie imports of foreign wheat luto
London has teen more moderate, last
Monday's return showing a total ot only
, lorty-eigbt thousand quarters, the de-
crease being due to the tailing off in ar-
t rivals of Indian produce, and the closing
,. up ot the north Russian ports. The
e most noticeable feature of the week baa
,"' been the revival of the demand for wheat
i from country millers, who have pur
chased more treely at the extreme prices
: ol the previous week, and on t rlday at
; an advance of from sixpence to one
' 1 shilling per quarter. A steady and con
Unu&l demaud is also observable, as ex
V porta continue at Uie rate ot eight to
nine thousand quarters per week, and a
lair outward movement Invariably exer-.
claes a hardening efleet ou prices. The
r stocks ot wheat in London
ei are conslderaule, hut consist
' mainly ot . Calcutta, and ottier
hard varieties. The price of American,
land ucn descriptions as are valued lor
,; their flour producing property, have
d beeu In no wise depresved. The increase
ed country demanjii are the natural re
-! suits of tlie wants ot the country alter a
' deticlcnt harvest, and it is not unreason-
-; able to look for a hardening ot prices now
i that there is likely to be a diminution in
- the scale of Imports, numerous arrivals
oi maize cargoes at ports ot call, and
there are more sellers than buyers; but
( twenty and thirty shillings have been
paid for mixed American spot. The
. trade for this article has been steady.and
laat week's prices well maintained. The
arnvals of wheat cargoes at ports of call
a, have been so moderate, and the demand
iso steady, that prices have been well
supported and barely steady, while
maize, under pressure of laro arrivals,
. , has ruled In favor Of buyers.
ii ' mmm-
riMIl Balldlaa rr the Wnl and
I 1 Bomb.
I llie western and southern members ol
, (Congress have virtually determined upon
a united eflort to secure more public
. buildings for their sections ot thecoun
;Mtry. Tliey hold that in this regard, as iu
j the matter of mall routes, the eastern
and New England states have from time
f1 to time secured more than their share.
'. tod now oppose every expenditure for
F the same benefits to the weat and south.
f Certain iDtereated members from tho
,. .west bavo looked Into the subject, and
0ey re prepared with figures to show
V liat the east, and the New England states
Bpedally, have obtained more public
Mllldingt than can be Justified by the bis
(t'oaent that ew Logland baa been
1 "oln the business for the wholo country,
' rhere la hardly a town in Yackeedom
t r'jth baa not a nice post-office built by
"' affjisaral rovemment, more lor tho or
' jMOUttol ot the town than
i r :. Bnctiesi Use. The west
1 14 ' south have been notic.
Tthki,irdaocorirjngly during the spe
1 lMtiioa Jone bills were Introduced to
pablle building contentplatln a
1 akBCDdltan of over $4,700,000. The
s st which tbess buildings are ask.
. ,1thtbetaouiu wantea.areu foJ
lows: Sbrevcport, Ln.,j.)0,000toicgin
lib; Savannah, Ua.. S3UU.0UU; i opens,
as., $:W0,X); Danville, Va., $50,000;
Tvler. Texas. $300,000; Iavcnwortn,
L-.. . IW. L'.ilui I '111' M.i
flits. Iiw.wv, i.auw. ... . .-.v.. v
000; Houston, Texas, $000,000; (jiilncy,
III., $10U,UUU; Montgomery, aiii., ju.
OOOjl'lttsburgh. Penn., $000,000; Baera-
mrmto, Jal., iuu,uuu; i.ynciiourjr, .,
$100,000, Galveston, Texas, $.500,000;
Jefferson City, Mo., to begin witli.$100,
COO; Davenport, Iowa, $250,000; San
Francisco, Cul., f JjO.OOO; Erie, I'enn.,
$150,000. The RuD-comnmiee ot ine
bouse public buildings ana prounus niw
agreed to me dm tor me nanMtn
building piluclpally becauHe It is repre.
scnted llit Che poatolilce at that point is
miik n above expenses nu.uuu a year,
and that it is located in an Inconvenient
and wholly inadequate ouiiuinjr.
A San francinco special says : Wells,
Fargo & t'o.'s statement of tho produc
tion ol the precious metals in states and
territories west ol tho Missouri river, In
cluding BrltUh Columbia and the west
coast ot Mexico, during 18.7, shows an
aggregate yield ol $98,500,000, being an
excess of $7,500,000 over 1876, the great
est previous annual yield. California
gives $13,250,000 gold and $1,250,000 siv-
ver; Nevada, $400,000 gold and $M,3-0,-
000 silver bullion. This socalled silver
bullion, however, is about 45 per cent
gold. California aUo gives $1,750,000
base bullion, and Nevada $8,750,000 of
the same which contains about twenty
eight per cent of gold. Arizona gives
fur the year $2,350,000, ol which $123,000
i trnlil. Ii.-iii a mill. rm Silver bullion, anil
tiie oalauce ores and base bullion. Ex
norts ot silver (roui Han Franelaco to
India, China and the straits arc Klveu ap
proximately at $19,000,000.
. ... ... -
Wali:ntun (ipecinl to the Cincinnati (.omnitr-
During tlic coming month some proms
Inent stcainboatinen will be Here to go
before the commerce commissioners ns
g-rdinu changes in the pending steam
boat bill. First, that a law be panned
making the certillcate ot a government
inspector prima facie evidence Incase ol
accident tbut the vessel, its machinery
and boilers were in good conditions, and
that its officers were competent, thin
throwing tho burden of proof ol (suits Icr
damages arising lrom accidents upon the
complaints. At present, in legal prcoeed-
logs of this kind.ttie certificate ol.'.bc gov
ernment inspector is not admitted by tue
courts as prima fact evidence tliat the
owners ol a steamer have complied with
the law. They will also seek to have the
Individual liability clause stricken out,
which aDolies now to river boats. 1 hey
will ask mat a cnange in me taw which
makes them use patent appliances select
ed bv the steamboat inspectors, suDieci'
nir them to heavy expense oewuse oi
lreaucnt chanees. be amended. They
ack that they shall not be required to ue
any appliances that nave not Deen tnor
oughly testeu oy practical engineers.
Peace and WUt.
The telegrams are intimating so strong'
ly that Turkey is desirous ot making
peace, and peace will a fleet grain in a de
gree so important, that a report recently
made by the American consul at Odessa,
I B. Iyr, hiu become at great
interest. The New York Jmrnul
Commerce says ol it :
Sone ot the sUteineuU Irom our min
isters and consuls about the American
i biuioi-MVi lUii joiJjiline. liy
waj'of change (rum this rose-colored view
of the American trade, we have a very
blue and bearish report from the United
States consul at Odessa about the grain
crop of South Kussla for the current year,
lie says it is the largest harvested for
twentysfive years, was weUgathercd.aud
mostly iu good condition. The consul
ventures to think that this unprecedent-.
ed crop, when it can be got to market,
will "no doubt haye a depressing Influ
ence upon the price of grain Irom other
countries a fact that is worthy ot note
by American exporters of grain." But
those exporters will also tear in mind
that not a bushel of this grain can be
moved out till tho war ceases, the Kus
sians being eflcctually blockaded iu the
Black sea by the Turkish fleet. YV ith the
war suddenly over, and winter coming
on, probably the bulk of the crop could
not be shipped till next sprinif. The av
erage annual export of wheat lor eight
years from Odciua and SouUi Russia,
from 18G5 to 1S76 (omitting 1875, for
which no returns are at hand), was less
than fourteen million bushels. The in-
crease on this must be very large to pro
duce me result connuently predicted by
our consul at Odessa.
BLAB T!SH76d TO THS ATFLICTE9 1
Allnlment universally acknowledged at
the moat renowned qulek cure ever brought
before the publo in the A'iueteenth cen
tury for Die perlect cure ot
Man and Beast!
Tbls popular and great healing remedy,
so long needed by suffering humanity, Is
riving unbounded proofs or ita menu by
all having tested Its unrivaled powers, aud
n all eases ctatmlnir ft tba most power
ful remedy and quiok rolUver irom agony,
Diamond Oil Posesses
he best concentrsted healing properties,
quickest sclentine at ts for pain relief, most
combined medicated necessities, at a lini
ment Tor man and beast, ever introduced
for publlo benelit,
who will use this liniment in time, will be
convinced that this Is a sure cure lor raeu
matism, neuralgia, bruises, sprains, swell
lnjs, burns, cuts, felons, tumors, piles,
lnmrnil Hmha -.-M- i:..ti: i
ore throut, toothache, Tieadache, insect
unci, uu, cone, upe worms, etc., for the
human race, and la
A POSITIVE CIRE
or; sweeney, ringbone, strains, callous
loews. hurt, curbs, cuts, bruises, lame
ness, strained fetlocks, spavins, colic, botts,
windfall, poll evil, cattle and sheep com'
plaints, and all general diseases in stock,
and the many otiitr afflictions of both man
DIAMOND OILi77or sale by Framk
IIiley, being well recomunlotl bv all
Orudis, phyicians. and every one whi has
ever used it. Trice, 75 cents per bottle.
W. E. FA.OANACO..
" t v . PHILADELPHIA.
Bramch Office, Indianapolis Ind.
CeMintb knows wurll. Aomil H'aldt fyM L I
tTJUittftU. Aooren,A.toi;iriiCo. Cblutte, I
Of Ten YoarV Duration. Tho DIi
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste Whc!?y Gone. Entirely
SANFOF.'; RADICAL CURE.
Mewi-Weca! ft ?Xtri Oentlfincn-I fcol torn-
Kllcd to cWnowli-(4JO to jrou Iib i;rrt ounjilt
jironu'i KabiclToi hu been to mo. For
UnyfrtIhaTe benmicted vllh thlt loittlime
illteuM, tud cpUlly In tt.n winter tlius b;H It
ben tnoit MVr. Tlx tllKlurifo hu bcrn tulck
i i bloolr, nilttlnu t fiml odor o ba thiit my
Dktienco In room with ollu-m was vrry ntl-iwlvo
lo them. One wt-ek ru-r commenplnn tlic linn ot
BnroHi)'i lUDiotL fi I w not troubled mui
It t ll. Mye- nno of toitu unci 'iiU, wlitcb uvrc
wholly ono, bve now fully n-tarucil. my ttn-
U omcU ""iixm.iT! lui'mm.
Okand IiAPtDS, IIioh., Sot. S, Wt.
Oentlemeni The pwXnire of fUnvor.D't Cm
trrlved hi-ru to-nltfht nil rjWit. . I doii'l ku- wh.it I
honld bnve doiwli It bad not be,., for hHrem...ly.
I hyo tried NMllioii-,li-iiHiideveryihlnirlw.ii:.a
tlthonuh 1 hve been nl.lc to mop the offensive du
elime 1 lmvo not bci-ii iihlnto recover inyw-iuHgol
ti.to ndmell until ItrledSANPonnComt. Voo
cn refer nny on yon rhoi.n to me, and I will
""ertinj inform tfiem In dt-wll to Uu beneflt
Ita. remedy bnt becu ,';I.orrh. VORO.
Cbaxd lUrrot, Mien., Nov. a, ww.
Drfe-tlTF.yMlKlt.Tntlarnil nr.il r..tffr;'
Era, Pnlnful ami Wtery l.yH, l,o- of
H'earlns, Enrachw, Nrurnlvrji, of tho Bur,
l)lclaric from tlif Knr, Kln:.'liix l-!;'
In tho ftejul, lllm. SurvouK !(- .
Rhe. Pliln In th Tcm;'. e
MnsMOiAMteana mli. Eionif.llon ct
th Cvnla, Inflnmnrntlon of tit TiihiI
Pn rrlil SoiTh-oat, Tlklinir or lu' Inn;
rough, IlroncUUii', nod Hl :Ulu; ui the
Knob MrtMfre e.-.nt .li'S rr.f.vif.'rd'uln.pr.ivsj
tnbitUnit Tnb. , va n f.nl "' I y:', J";
reeuoiwfor tti In all . Prlr- l. ) ..'"Mtby
nil wboleml T-tM orsvj rn n-.iv; ,ier
ixr-ttr rv c.mr.lin ! r.'h
A1 . Vl.kiu li.ili.ariff
iriinile.t caratlv. nt la JUe wurW "''-v-!
and ntlerlynri)wlriKiilloUir) io.vril.i-ieiJi-.rj
ri.t-i'.T. I -ri.ii
...... Th ....('(.'nnl nil ni"fe .11 rn" . a
lhe,oldPlileitn n wl-olo j'oar
UnU.tUej CCh. Tbi-r
Selleve Aff jctlons rt llie Chert.
Relieve Aeeiluu cfll.e l.'iiik.
Hellert AOi'i-tlosucf u.u lieu.-.
Hillcvo Air-ctlom i-f tu 1 lyi r.
liellevi AlTi'Ct!or-.. vtt '.-!.
lielleve Atl'eclio!.si f t.-c Kldii-; .
Hellevi am-cUoM oith--?rv.v.
Kellove Afleeiliinscfl.-iv mkK.k '
itellevi AffMitoi ntli.: J-ito. 1.
liellevo An"eetlou rr ... n nr.?.
RelliVe Afl".'CtloM ot U;u sinews.
ieani, arid that eoinblii'.nnul nii . . v.w i
It olanU! and klirubH nro I" rein united y-.t.i rh -trlcltj
to form u rnratlrn Flaii.-r. In ooihi.i.b--tl.
bV. "a S TitfenirthenlnK prowrtle. a. far ateiinrto
airotherhlBiteni her. -totore In uju a: ll.c tiwMiln.
pbyalclna la to the boree-leicb.
Tin (rernl to eall for COLITSS' VOT.TAIC l'L AS
TRRlit vou aeiaomi wonlilum lmltnnn. Sold by
U wKleWSj IU.-t.ll Prutww " '.'jr"; 0T.
I'nlteil Rt.te. end 'anada.u-id bj V, thhs 1 Ol
Ttlt. Proprletow, Couoii.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. B.
St Louis & Chicago
Trains Leave Cairo
J:iO p.m. Fast Express, arriving In St
Lout S:M p. m.; Chicago, 7:, a.m.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
Arrlvln-rl n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, a m.; Indiaimpolls, 4:15 a.m.;
l'sMtengera by t b it train arrive at above
OF ANT OTflEB BOUTE.
ll.-.'(0). m. Kast ftla.il witli sleepers attach
eil. for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO
arriving in St. Louis at (1:30 a.m. Chi.
caeo at i.'M p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Ellingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
raasentferg Dy tnu line go through Jo
me r,Nc witnout any delay caused by
The SATUKDAY AKTEItXOON TRAIN
rituji kjaiku AllKIVhS IN NEW
VORK 41UNOAY MORZSIO
35 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHER KOUTE.
aaveruscments of oonipetine lines that
mey matte Deuer time than tbls one. are
MA liia.lnJ n t . I. .. . L. . . 1 .
iwucu uimur uirouKa ignorance or
desire to mislead the public.
or UirouRU tickets and inlormatlon,
tpply at Illinois Central B. K. Depot, Cairo.
iDAini, Aruuva AT CAiao
(xpresa 20oD m
" - 1:46a.m.
. , Gen'1 Southern Agt
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
IB OHIO LEVEE.
PBC-ALattentlot glrna to3ailaouaU am
XI TJ TOHE n.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com-
mercial Avennee, adjoining
Fot only promptly arreebj the corrod In d lfcrei
nCntnrr6,biil,l-yyn.p1itbaicetl. "V, r,' '1,
lound liesltli ll the or..n of tli t.'H-l tlin I -i;;
fcomu urectei; br It, umu txiuau nnj " "'-
OUR MOTTO: " Tbo Best Goods at tho Lowest Prices,"
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
XKJ H CD JE HC n IE S3-
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoos,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
INGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings,
asks, Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
This stock Is ontirely Now and Fresh.
Oar Stock embraces everything needed In
Good. I'leofo jjive us a call, examine our
dlANL'FACTUREK AND DKALEIt lit
Mr. Rlork lsire to call the attention ot
the Public to the luut that be has al
ways on bands large, new and lasMonabie
tock of ready-made euHiom llooU and
Shoes which he will ecll at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call Ob Ilim At
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils. Varnishes1
rVall Papoi, Window Glass, Win
dov Shades, &o,
alwayi on haul, the oelebrated lllunilnatl
Oorner Eleventn Btrsot and Waahl
A 1 2:o II A OIL.
your aalary by devutiuK very email uortiun of
your leisure u me to niy interest. 1 do not ex-
Iwct you to rnuvus for my celebrated Hem;
'ianoa v etuire rjr you is both plemaut aiul
if.uu.i.ir. run iiHriicuiura ir.-e. AUUn:es
DAMEI, F . BKATTT, Waeh'ngton, V. J.
It lea Worm III I I
ftF3 r-k V W X
Jo cvy readier ol this paper who semis us this
ccrtiUcHie and l we will lorward, ror one year.
u JITuun" ""W'Hcent Illustrated
...uuuijr uuuruni ani iiouaeKeeiier'a alaKaxine,
aii-J tine copy of pur new an'l elegunt prtnilum
"ASKivo A nr.K.quvn
A tnatterJeee of the DusaeHorf school cl Ken re
pamtiJiK, by Prof. Jordan, site KxWZ,x
ecutedinihe highest style of the art. Retail
t.rice , which is '., and a copy of the follow-
uu uwiiiui luera uescripuye ot ine chroiuo. in
elt-Kant illuouuated colors for framiuK .
Mi but wait, good wile, a minute;
1 nave first a word to say;
I you know what to daj is?
Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just as now, we aat at supper
when thereat had gone away:
1 ou bat thai aide, 1 sat this aide,
Forty years ago to-day I
Then what plans we laid together-,
What brave things I meant to do!
Could we dream to-day would Had us
At this table me and vouV
Belter so, no doubt-andyet I
Sometimes ttiiult 1 cannot tell
Had our boy-ab, yea I 1 know, deari
Yes, UedoeUi all tbingi well.
Well we've had our Joys and sorrows,
Hlmred our niiiles as well as tears:
And-Uie liestof all -I've had your
Faithful kve lor forty years!
Toorwe'vebeen, but not forsaken ;
tirief we've known, but never nhuoie
I'ather for Thy endless mercies
Still we bless l'hv Holy namei
This Is a rare chanee
lor yon to make mon
ey We will pay you
1 litrire pahIi tnmU-
sions and ga-e you exclusive territory. Send
US One dolltr. avoid UnnrMim mnvaian..
dence, reoei your territory, and go to work at
once, t pontreoetiit or which we will forwara
agent's outfit certificate of agency, etc. Speci
men copies lutpenti). none free.
1 .lAddresi Tie Treasure Publishing- Oo,
No. 4W dar Htrwt. New York
Orders for Coal by the oar-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any Quantity, bv the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Oltloa or lun , ii... ...- a.
Chat les Hoti. ' o,.
If ypnaa Mills, Twentieth stmt.
Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
Children's Shoes, Gent's Boo t
Special attention given to Country trade.
the City or Country. In Orowriea or Iiry
goods and prices before you buy.
Aldsn, Braves I Co.
aud all kinds Country Produce.
93 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ills.
Can Be Beautiful
ly fiyed or Re
paired at a Trif
Clothes, jing Expen8e-
hiiss' i:i Gr'i1. c. o. d.
Old Hats Made New.
o. 30, Eiglith (Street.
STBATTON & BIRD
Ag ts AMERICAN POWDER CO.
67 Ohio IaAvee.
City National Bank
W. P. HA LJJDAY, President.
HJC.NBY L.UAIXlbAY, VicePrest
A. II, fiyroW, Cashier.
W4 TKtt IIYHLbP, Aae't Cashier.
. 8T1AT8 Tatwb, ,R. H. ClUJriNlinAM,
,1Kl',i,.ALL1DAT' W. P. II A una v,
. D. niioJAHiKia, Stxpbin Uihd,
A. B, SxjroKu.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and So'd.
DEPOSITS received and a general tanking
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
Evansvllle, Cairo and Mcmphl
Steam Packet Co.,
raauoan, Bhawneetown, Evans-
viue, liouisviue, cinoinnatl
and all way landings.
Tbe elegant tlde-wbeel ateamei
AJ.TBR B. PH!I1I0T01.... m Master
iuiu.aa 1 inninuTUN Clerk
t will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock it, m.
The fleet steamer
leaves Cairo every SATUfttKT.
Kach boat makes close oonnectloni at Cairo
With Ural-class steamers for Ht. Louis, Mem-
RUls anil New Orleans, and at Evansvllle wltb
, K. C. K. K. for all poinu North and East,
and with the LouiavUle Mall Steamers fohsU
poinia on uia upper unto, giving tbrougb
and passeiiKers to all poinU
For urther Information apply to
.IAMKS UltlU-t, paaeenger Agent.
J. M.PHILUP8. 'j Agent.
. Or to . 4. tiAMllKR,
dupermtendent and General rrelght Aavnt,
lo-a-tu.lv . EvanavUle InJlana.
Vlniia. riuni a nut
urn 111. vni. lor n-i'i. tuic
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SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenuo and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Cclcrs Ready for Its Erush,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal OilrNeatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
: .1 t
The Elgin Jloi-osene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and I not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
Tha best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufarturpfi hy Wilaon and
PuaAnn Aa caII a !
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,
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
have 1 to rub them, and it til l not shrink my wooIodh, an.1 for once I enaliied to .1" .
MS?r.Bd- S UJ,M "y aad you ,u "ve ltt"or- i5 noy " ' '
perfectly sare to use it. 31 Its. A
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne-01 F8niuL?raw"tanco
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 Rtvlnc
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking. St,nvARlflnlri
Buy Copperas, Blue Stono Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Arti
- s w MAUIVVA1U1U
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
JNursmg Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
- Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
l'nre Imported Jlay Ituin, NnleiHllJ-Canada Tnv
1. -ssn a . .
rup ugiiNii ana American Noa Fine Iiu
ported llandkcrehief l:trnc( s In orlgl
nal Bottlcfl or lit Broken tnanll
(les as wanted at low priced.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Tost by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Sarsanarilla and Blood Purifier
nnrl nil a
t. il rl ' jf J ; .
At Barclays' Drug Store.
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