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laVis Odd-Fcllom' liall on tha firai uil third
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aonie Hal), eonwr Commaroial aTenu
f nuru Jutadar of aaoii minta.
t! Tbb Ohio lfttla(ura will assemble on
'Monday sext. The senatorial contest U
" " Kthe principal matter ot iuterest with the
Janemberg. The friend of the different
Candidates are already on the ground,
Mind the contest will be a lirely one. but
the chances seem to bo that Hon. Geo.
TI. Pendletoa is by fur tuo atronjrent
' Skxatok Datid Davis did not paitlc
Jl pate lo the B oomlngtou silvur meeting
beld onlast Wednesday nlht, although
he authorized a friend t ay that he was
--fieartUy for remonetization, and he re
'maloed a war from the meeting " lest his
presence and words might influence the
action of the meeting unduly. He de
tired the expression of the meeting to be
the free act of the people.
Tbi State Teachers' association at
Springlleld passed the following reolu"
tion: ; ' . r
' " Ttie State Teachers association of
Illinois again endorse with emphasis and
e without equivocation the coeducational
system of schools, primary, secondary
and university, now In suceossful opera
- tion In the sUte, believing that the stu
, ilenta' ioterwo), physical, moral and
a mental, are far- better suboerved by this
' plan than by tbe system ot separate Ins
4 On the 3d, in San Francisco a large
, body of unemployed worklngmen march
ed to the mayor's office and a committee
' waited upon the mayor, and demand
' ed work or bread, suggesting that tbey
s he set at work on streets or other public
Improvements. The mayor addressed
1 the crowd, stalls? his inability to take
such action, and counselling applications
when necessary to various benevolent or
ganlzations. The speech was received In
sullen silence. Tbe crowd, to the num
ber of Several thousand, then marched to
!. the new city hall lots, where they were
' addressed by the agitators Kearney, Wil-
lock and others, the tone of the speeches
, being to the effect that they must help
tberosclvei by forco If otlu.r means fail
ed. ' .
A Sr-BiNGFUiD special, dated Janu ary
3, says ot the Bunn failure: "There is no
further excitement over the Buna failure
and the ran on the other banks has com
pletely ceased. It was not intended that
last eight's dispatch should say there
; was a run on the State National, but the
f error isot no consequence. .Mr. Brown,
Bunn's assignee, estimates the liabilities
". at $912,000, the personal property at
; $400,000 and the real estate at $400,000.
. This last item eost over $1,000,000 and it
la thought by some that $400,000 is too
low an estimate, even considering tbe
,' shrinkage; but Brown Is a very cautious
man. A full statement will be prepared
:' In a few days."
Mr. Bunn and his wilu have deeded all
tbelr property, both real and personal to
Mr. Brown, tbe assignee, to be sold for
d the benefit of their conditions.
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Taa l.lteraleur, naxtar W
BV 8. A. J.
i There la a class ot literature that is
. well known throughout tho country,
' which la very extensively, read, very
generally condemned and remarkably
successluL A few newspapers and pe
riodicals, ministering only to a morbid
; taste, have achieved unenviable notoriety
; and the community visit their entire cen
I sure upon tbe editors or proprittort oj
lha objectionable sheets. This is hardly
not readers, there
i would be no writers.
All admit that the
sanctity of the home circle should not be
Invaded, and tbe particulars of private
life paraded and distorted in newspapers
to cultivate a depraved taste, or to satlss
ly an unhealthy curiosity; none will deny
that many cases are developed in courts
of Justice, the details ot which should be
studiously withheld from publication
and It cannot be controverted that there
; are phases) or real life which cannot be
j presented m to a community without
I shocking " delicacy and exercising
', ,; demoraliclng teudancy over
J youth and inexperience. And yet
not withstand Ing these assertions, tt can
not be galnsayed, such are just the kind
ot sensational circumstances which arc
; sought attcr; by some journalists, and
which a large number of persons read
and condemn the paper or pipers lu
Which they appear.
Those who condemn Uiat style of liter
i store, after reading, are both right sod
wrong, 'latj are ngm m pronouncing
' j Its condemnation, but they are wrong in
. tJia war in wnieu mrv no it.
, , J nniiriri n r I mi uv-M um
neither purchasing or rcadlag such pa
'r't pert. Mere words amount to nothing.
! Tksast of purchasing objectionably liter
V 1 atuiw Is practical approbation, because It
, ' lands to make It luoceuiuL but take away
i .X fyCM msrketlt; let tbe publio taste frown
rroa ft toan it. and the publle ers
1 tpra trotn U, an It will soon cease to be
- i 'rasrabMt ana wui aie tor wane ot sus
tcuaucc. How niacy men t ieie are. who
would a soon Introduce a prtlilence
into their house, as they would some
papers that might be named, and yet how
many ot these same persons will pur
chase such papers for their own perusal,
and consider their nominal censure
equivalent to a virtuous attempt to cur
tail the circulation of the aame. If tbe
thing is injurious itsell, It can be of
benefit to no one, and it may do much
mischief to tho uutlilnklng, or tbe inex
perienced. The vender of poisons would
soon close bis shop or change his bus!'
neu if he bsd n customers, or an
InsulDcieiit number to make his business
profitable, and so would the publishers
ot poisonous journals, for so may those
papers be aptly described, which pander
to a vitiated taste, and which tend to the
demoralization of their readers.
The news-dealer Is almost forced to
keep all journals the public calls tor, even
approbious literature,foril be does not.be
may lose the f;ilo or much which is en
tirely unobjectionable; but it not unfre-
quently happens that the news-dealer re
grets tbi) necessity and expresses the
wish that tbe law or public sentiment
would biiuUh Iruui sight ana circulation,
that which is justly condemned. The
public is certainly at fault In the matter.
Let the people cease to furnish a market
for such wares, and there will be no
more complaint hear J on the subject.
iii:cii ;' Ts.orni.t8.
A Si ll rOK ONK HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL
LARS TO BK BROUGHT AOaLNsT HIM.
Sew York special to I'hilidelpii Tims.
Mr. Sam Wilkeson's prediction that tbe
Beectier scandal would knock the Lite el
Christ higher than a kite proved quite
true. It went up some time ago, and
uowilhas come back to Boecher, who
is called upou to pay back ten thousand
dollars aud the royalty tnus far received,
and dauiuges in one buudred thousand
dollars will be demanded of him. It ap
pear that la 18tiS Mr. Beecher e.itered
into contract with Messrs. J. B. Ford
& Co. to write a lheol Christ in two vol
umes. He was to have ten thousand
dollars cash down aud. a certain royalty
besides on every volume sold. It
was stipulated that he should begin
at onee aud go on, linisbinz ine
work in eighteen months, or a soon
thereafter as practicable. Mr. Beecher
began to write, aim the Fords BDent
mouty lavishly in pictures, engravings,'
preste?, paper anu composition. Orders
Hooded the mail bags. It looked as
though fortunes were to be made on the
instant. Then Beecier besrsn to lac.
The Fords hurried him uo. The scandal
began to crop out. in short, although
nearly ten years have passed by the
second volume is only half written, and
me puoiistiers are in bankruptcy. Mr,
Kilter was authorized to sell the firm's
effects, among which was the "Life ol
ennst." A man offered twenty-rlve
nunurea dollars tor it, hut Kltter said be
had no authority to sell nt private sale.
So the auction went oo and the "Life of
Christ" was knocked down to Mr.
'Cash" tor one thousand dollars. InclwU
ing the plates and the contract. Mr.
"Cash" called the next day and settled,
and Instantly placed bis papers in the
handset Mr. Betcher's ancient opponent,
fixsJudgo William Fullerton. with lu
structlooa to proosed at one and recover
lor turn all that the law Drovides. The
gentleman's other namo is Wright, bnt
lurther information is not yet offered on
that subject. Judze Fullerton simnlv
knew him as Mr. Wright Mr. Kitter
addressed him respecttullv as "Mr.
Cash," and Ford k Co. bad no Informa
tion on the subject. Judge Fullerton
this evening said : " The whole matter Is
in a nutshell, and Js very simple. Mr.
Beectter mado a contract ten veari seo
and failed to keep It. In spite ot that, he
obtained ten thousand dollars from us in
subsequent royalties, all of which, with
interest, be must pay back, besides com
pensating us tor the damages we hve
sustained, we snail proceed at once.
Naw iohk, Jan. 3. Two or three
days since Thomas Lord, one of the
wealthiest retired merchants in this city
aged eighty-four, married the celebrated
Mrs. Wllhelinlua Wilklns Uicks, aged
forty-three. To-day Thomas Lord, Jr
Henry Lord and Francis Lord, song ot
Thomas Lord, joined in a netition to
Judge Van Brunt, sitting in the supreme
court, stating that their father is and tor
some time has been deprived of reason
and understanding through old age, in.
tlrmlty and decay of his natural powers,
aud Is unlit lor the government ot himself
and the management of bis estate,
wherelore tbey pray for a commission
In lunacy. The petition Is stipported by
affidavits ol the three sons and the Jani
tor ot one ot their lather'n hmiiiinn..
J'hey all relate instances of his luck ot
memory and unfitness tor business. The
old reLtleman owns between $900,000
and $1,000,000 of Improved real estate
and personal property worth $900,000,
aud has beeu In receipt of $123,000 In
come, while his personal expenses did
not exceed $23,000. Judge Van Brunt
appointed as commissioners, tx-Judge
Enoch Fancher, Dr. Geo. A. Peters and
James D. Flsk and granted an Injunction
against the disposition of his property by
Mr. Lord or his agents.
A Mew Mallroad.
We are informed by a gentleman who
Is In a position to give weight to bis
words, that early the aomlng spring work
will begin on tbe railroad from Carter
vllle to DuQuoln. The road, if built, as
It necessarily must bo in the near future,
will give us a direct outlet to the two
great markets ot the northwest-tit.
Louis and Chicago, and open up to the
world the wonderful wealth underlying
nearly the entire western part of Wil.
liainson county. Tbe building of the
road is only a question ot time, and not
a very long time, cither.
Bna tor Liberia.
Some three or four dozen negroes have
taken it into tbelr beads to embark lor
Liberia sure enough. It is a blessing
they will never be able to return again.
The negroes make the south such a fruit
lul and happy country, It is too bsd not
to give them s chance on their lathei
land. If they don't turn to and begin
eating bug pies and stewed missionary,
one of them will write to tbe Herald In
a few months to try and raise money tor
them to return to the south.
iMferamtMMl Vmnumfrw Mi avt
BaowKSvau, Texas, Jn. a.-Oen.
Csnales and other military officers and
federal employes in Mstamorss gave a
New Year's ball at tbe theater in Uatam
oras which was apparently tendered ai
an evidence of good will and friendship
to the inhabitants ot both sides ot tbe
Kto Uramlc. A large number of United
States army and navy officers were pre.s
eat, as well as several United States civil
service officers and eltizens of the two ns
tioualities commingled in most harmoni
ous friendship, as it no border questions
bad ever existed to mar enjoyment. As a
beginning of the new year the ball was a
Of Ten Years' Duration. Tho Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste Who!'y Gone. Entirely
SATO' . RADICAL CURE.
UaamWef ' :c . r ntar i Gentlemen I fel aom
pUd to acknowledge, to you m. treat bBSt
BAirroiD' Ridicul Cvnn hu beta to mt. Far
Un yuril hafo been afflicted wllh thl lotttitania
dlwaM, and pcla!ly la Uie winter tlm b it It
DvtomoM aarerr. Tha dltcnarge hu bcn thick
ai 4 bloody, amltUnir a fuul odor to bad that mjr
iiieMncBlu a room wllh oilier, ra very oflnlve
to Ibrm.Ona wrck after coinmencinf the tuts 01
fliitroiio'i KaWOAL Crai I in not troubled Willi
t at all. Mywrifc'O of tate and tmell, which trr
Iflollofone. have now fully returned, and my fen
eral betlllt U njucblDiproved. .Jour,
- jiklbocrke n. rom.
Os.um rUrnw, Mich Kot. S, lkk.
Gentlemen i Tha paeknw of Piwmnn't CTI
arrlvrd hrru to-night all rfeht. I don't know what I
Ihonld b.ve done iritbad not been fur tlilsrcmedy.
hevotrlrdN'ualPoui'hi'a anil ercrylhlnKelne, and
altlionHh I hav been able to .top the otfcoalve dla
clieve. I have not been abloln recovermyai.'n'ol
teats and tmell until 1 tried BxrKi' l'i'r.. Ton
can relcr any one ynu choixe to me. end I will
uheerfallT Inform them lu detail u to the btiitflt
tbe remedy bat bevu to me. Tcmra.
MEi.BoritNK n. ror.D.
Gaixs Ransa, Mien, Nor. IS, Ib'A
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Kot only promptly arretta th eorroiUisa; dltcharart
in Catarrh, but, by tytnpiithetle action, it reMort. 10
aonml hciiltli all the orsant of the head that
becomii ilfei-teu by it, and exhibit any ol Uiv follow-Ina-ailevliGu.;
Defrrtlre Kyaaleht, Iiiflamott ami ?.l:!tfcry
Eyee, Palnfnl and Wotr- Eyre, I,o ot
Bcarlna;, Cnmcba, nrulicl of tin- t ar,
Kin harxea feom the Ear, KiuKlni; Noiiwa
lu tbe Head, Dlulnraa, hcrvoua Head
ache, Paine in the Temple. Loiut of tbe
Beaaei of TaMe and flmell, ElonRstlon of
tha Lmln, Inflammation of the Tunnila,
Fntrid SoraThroat. Tlrkline; or Hncklnt
0OKh, Uronthltia, and Kloedlng of (lie
Eaea packir oont.lni Pr. Sunford'e Irnproveil
Inhallnt Tube, villi lull 4.:driir,-iully prepared d.
ri-cuonforuwl:i all .'. Prlcfl. For talc by
all wholeeale a:id rotml druKglM and deal-re
rorTEIt, O'C.ralAauulf a.ia Wboliwile Eratj
gUU, boetou. ilia,
AW Elnctro-GaWtnle Batterr, combined wltb
a buililr Medicated Flutter, formlofr the
arandett curative anvnt In the world of medicine,
and utterly aurpaMliif all other Platter, heretofore
uuee. Tney aecomnileli more In one week than
the old Plattera lu a whole year. Tbey do Iwl tal
Uate.tUty oika. They
of Uie Lunge,
of the Heart,
of thu liver.
of (lie Bplaea.
or mo bp we.
of the Join ta.
of the H nee.
No matter wh at mar be the extent of your tenet,
bii.tryoneof IbetePltatera. Kellef at lrMUon
out. a fact tupported by bnndredt ofteetlmonlala la
our poueealon. Bear In mud ttiat the moet Impor
tent ducoverlet In phnnnacy date back leatthan ten
yeare, and that enmhlnaUoneofiruma and ratencea
of planta and ahrnba aro herein united with Elec
tricity to form a curative Platter, In eoothliig.hoal.
ing, and etrrnfrtheolnfe propertteae faranperkir to
all otlier Plulert heretolore In UM ae tbe eclcsUM
pby.kiaa la to Uie borae-leccu.
Irloet OS Cento.
Be ear-fill to call for COLtrSS- VOLTAIC PLAB.
TtR lett vou set aome worth leaa Imitation. Bold by
ill WholeaabTend KeUII Wrawltu tbronrtout tha
Trilled Htatet and Canadaa. andby WHAkb 10 1
TKU, l'roprlctora, Doeton, Maaa.
Tiie edition of 1878 of the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as liostetter's Alma
cac, is now ready, and may be obtained
free of cost, ot druggists and general
country dealers In all parts ot the United
States and British America, and Indeed
in every civilized portion of the Western
llemiepbere. H combines, with the
soundest practical advice tor the preser
vation and restoration of health, a large
amount ot interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be found entirely accurate, The
issue of liostetter's Almanac for 1878, in
the English, German, French, Welsh,
Korwegicn,Swedlh, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will In all proba
bllility be tbe largest edition of a tnedlca
work ever publlhed In any country, The
proprietors, Messrs. Hostcttcr & Smith,
Pittsburg, Ta., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mall to
anypetson who cannot procure one In
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
tbe result ot mental over-work, Indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, Is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 28. It tones
up and Invigorates the system, imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates tho entire man. Been used
twenty years wllh perfect succeas by
thousands. Hold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $5 per package of five
vials and $J vial of powder. Sent by
mall on receipt of nrice. Ail,ima
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. 109 Fulton street N. i .
. Maaqaerade Ball.
At a regular meeting, beld at Casino
hall, the members resolved to have a
masquerade baft on Monday, Feb. 4.
Further particulars will be given In a
few days. Phil. Hkiji,
Ily order ot the Cairo Casino.
5 lbs choice Klo coffee, $1.
10 lbs A sugar, $1.
11 lbs best Nuw Orleans sugar, $1.
And everything else at rock bottom
price PeTris t Uiau.
Store room In Winter's Block Just va
cated by Mrs. Spears; also, rooms 1 and!
on 3nd flooY, same building, lately oc
cupied by II. Levy, Kiq.
3t AI- J. Howiity, Agent.
Foi'ND At tobacco Warehoiiaa aoWIrl'.
gold chain. Owner can have tha aim
by paying for this advertisement Call
at this office, 1MfMfi
OUR MOTTO: " The-Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
Dry Goods, Soots 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, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
asks, Ladies' and Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Gent's Boo t
This stock is eutiroly New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Our Stow embraces everything needed in the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our goods and nrices before you bny.
In this enlightened age and land.tlnd ac
ceptance only with the prejudiced and
Ignorant. It Is impossible, tor instance,
to persuade any large proportion of a
people who have imbibed their ideas of
logic in common schools and tree acad
emies, that It is expedient to cram their
systems with mercury, rasp their bowels
with colyclnth and jalap, or stupefy their
brains with oplntes, when a pure, ef
fective, safe, bontanlc cordial like liostet
ter's Stomach Bitter?, which relieves
every disorder (or which the poisonous
drugs have been heretofore prescribed,
is within the teach of every one. Old
tashionable remedies are rapidly giving
grouud before the advances of this con
quering specific, and old la-hioncd ideas
in regard to depletion as a means ol cure,
have been quite exploded by the sum-as
of the great rcnovaut, which tones the
system, tranauilizt's tho nervei, Induces
sound repose, neutralizes malaria, de
purates and enriches the blood, rouses
tbe liver when dormant, and promotes
a regular habit of body. 4-1 m
Rlcht Sear tha Old Stand,
Having withdrawn from the dental firm
of Canine t "Whltlock, I will still continue
the practic of dentistry at No. 130 Commer
cial av. between 8th and 9th streets, over
Goldstine k ltosenwater's store third
door north of Eight street I will be pleas
ed to see all my old friends and paUona,
and attend punctually to their wants in
the waj of dentintry. Very Bes'py.
E. w. Whitlock, D. I). S.
lm 136 Com'l ave-3 doors north of 8th at.
Tbe Tidal Vvc-It Haa Bfrurk Cairo
Just Received 5,000 of tbe celebrated
Tidal Wave,. 5 conf "clgaru. Try them.
Trado supplied. Pettis & Bird.
MAS UFACTUREK AND DEALER I
Mr. ilock desires to call tbe attention ot
the Publio to the fact that he has al
ways on hand a large, nw and fasbionabie
stock of ready-made custom boot and
Shoes which he will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
St, Sit Win, & Cia. An.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes'
Wall P aler. Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o,
always od band, tie celebrated llluiulnMI
Oornar Elajenth Btraat and Waahl
your salary hr devoting a Terr imall portion of
your Maura .ine to my latere t. I do not tx-
P-ot yoo to 'auvaaa for my oelebratait Beatly 'a
lanoa and Orgaoa unlets you tm St lo ; but tu
aarrioa I raiuira of you la both pleaaant and
""Sw ?u P'rtulars frea. Addreaa
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OP
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Consiantlyon hand. Also his constantly
on hand a
Largo Supply of
ORaHOES. apples, etc,
Ai Waalesala) aat Retail.
the Old Delmonieo Hotel,
5 m No. Os'ohl Iievce.
rant an .;.
rapera, iti u
J!"!?.?" "! eava A
Goods at. tho Lowest Prices.
and all kinds Country Produce.
93 Ohio Levee. Cairo, His.
Can Be Beautiful
ly flyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Old flats Made New.
Xo. 30, Elehth Street.
8TBATT0N & BIED
Ag'ts AMERICAK POWDER CO.
&7 Ohio Lnvee.
City National Bank
' omciHa .
W. P. IIALLIDAY, Freeldent.
IIKNUY L. IIALLIDAY, VloePresl.
A. B.fHFKOKD. Cehl.
WA1 TKU HY8LOP, Aaa't Caibler.
. STAATS TaTM, R. II. ClUMIXKHAH,
H. L. IUixioat, W. P. Halloa r.
(i. D. WllXJAXHOlt, Stipukm Uihd,
' A.B, Saitoud,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and tn'd.
"TvEPO.SITS received and a neutral tanking
jts uusiucbo uunv.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneatown, Evans
Tiue, XiOuisviue, Clnoinnati
and all way landing.
Tbe elegant slde-wneel a learner
tfaXTia B. Pixim(iTOK... Hunter
JoABLaa PaMNiNUTOM Clerk
I Will loava Cairo erory WEDNK8DAT at
, g'olooks. m.
The Seat steamer
Bait Howard , ...Master
Kd. TaoMA Clark
LeaTe Cairo arary SAIU&OAT.
Bach boat nukaseloat eonnactlont at Cairo
arltb 0raVlaM atcamara for HI. Loula, tlcru
phla and Maw Orleans, and at EvanarUie with
lha I. C. B. H. foraUpotntahorUiand Eaat,
aad wltb tha Loula rill. Mail Btaamara fot.aU
points on tha Uppar Ohio, fftolna; throufrh ro
aaipi on tralguu ami paaaeojrira to all points
rot nrthar Information ntrply to
JAMBS BIOOH, Paaaanfar Agent.
BAIXIDAT BROS., I . "M
OrU it. 4, OBAMMEB, '
4upnBaBiit aid Oaaarai ttatimS Aaaat,
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stroet.
White Lead White Zinc,
Liuseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Rsady fop
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia KoiOSdna Can.
The Only Porf cct Can in
thJ World. Made of Glass
and - . i -1 not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
The best 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
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHENE
have to rub tbem, and it t IJ Dot fbrmk my woolons, and for once I was enabled to iret :i
hot dinner oo Blonday. bo Imllen tiy it, and you niil .ave labor, time aLd money. It i,
perfectly safe to use it. Mils. A.
5 and 10 pent Packages. Buy WASHTNE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' JSJSg.nM
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, Mattder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
Hotmans'Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic. Kress Ton in.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
rrr -Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stovo Polish
Pure Imported Day Kuiu, Splendid-Canada Tar
Noap- English and American Honps-Fiiio Im
ported HandkerehleT Extracts In orlgl
nal Bottles or In Broken quanti
ties wanted at low prlccn.
Buy Your BrurjG.
At Barclays' Drag Sioro.
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by tho 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.
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