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tha kntfhia of tha aim onlT mart
IttltbMf IwallM tntwltblrd Monday
i lawata. Comnwroi&t avanue, a aooc
"num. Q. 0. M.
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K&iarta of Pythias, mrti titt ri
4m auhi baif-uul 1ni ' OiM
rallowa Halt. How.
,V " IndqMnilanl Order of Old-JM-.
Iowa, mart mrf Thuraday oighl
; at hall-uaat asan, in loeir nau on
.Vtaim.roial aTtaiw, brtwauB Math aotf SevraU
TVIKO KNCAKHMKNT, I O. 0. f.. tuwtt
Odd-FaUowa' Hail on (b drat and third
ruaadat in tc7 moDlh, al half-past tevm
A. CoMinua, C F
CAntOLOrMJB. N0.tB7.A.F. A A. M.
Hold rwrular eomniuwoauoni in aia-
, aonlr Hall, eorner Commercial avrou
.l Elmih atmet. on tha auoonu ana
wrtfi Unadav of aaca month.
" Samcel Unas & Co., wholesale gro
ten, Chicago, liave failed. Liabilities
' $200,OCO, but nothing can be learned as
to the assets.
T h committee en prir leges and elec
Uoni of the lower house of congress have
agreed on a report In the Wijfjrlntoii
Pachlco contest, by which Wixjrintoii.
Democrat, is shown to have been elected.
Clement Morton & Co., wholesale
clothers, Chlca", l"1 fMvti- 'lhl'lr
HaoililUa are placed at f 350,000. Ihe
cause of tbe failure it attributed to the
stagnation In business, nud the inalility
to collect. The aeta amount to 130,000.
Thi board ot alderman ot the city of
New York have passed a resolution
declaring that greater benefit could
be gained lor the city by the dU
charge of Boss Tweed from imprison
men t than by his longer detention, and
rectimmundinK the attorney general a.nl
corporation to release Tweed on certain
: At the cabinet meeting on Friday the
presldeut brought up the silver question,
and it was about the unly subject discus
ed at the meeting. The president sug
gested tbe idea of some k ml of a liill up
on which all the opponents uf the BUtui
bill and some ot the moderate isiippurteri
of the same could be united. The umtiei
was discussed by each member of tin
cabinet, and there wm no vo ol '.hem
who entertain the same ideas on the suli
Ject. One thing was agreed upon, how.
ever, and that whs hut in I lie event uf the
passage ot the Blan I bill It should be
Thi? Washington correspondent of Hie
St. Louis Globe De muerat, says the re
ports of the correspondent! ol the de
partment of agriuuliure, received and
now in course of preparation for Imme
diate publication, show the enormous
aggregate yield ol 360,000,000 bu-liel ot
wheat tor 1877, which l 60,000.000 bush
els more than ever before produced. The
same official authority shows that the
corn product was 1,300,( 00,000 bushel.,
with sorrespontllngly large yields oI'ohU
and potatoes. The report shows that
there never was greater abundance in the
laud. Out ot tbe wheat product it is
estimated, deducting for home consump
tion In food and ceed, that upwards ol
110,000,000 bushels of wheut can be
spared tor export. The largest export
yet made in one year was 91 ,000,000
bushela, with an average ot 03,000,000
bushels. Tbe department is also in re
celptol Information from wheatsproducs
' ing sections of Europe, from which It is
ascertained that tbe wheat crop in south
western Europe, which produces the
largest of the surplus Is good; in south
em liussla, amounting to 25 per cent,
above the average. The crop lu north.
western uid northeastern Europe is poor.
, It la stated in communications from
southern Russia that It tbe war should
top shortly there will bo n large ship
ment, and that shippers are ready
to take advantage ol the first opportunity,
Great Britain oflerlng the lowest market,
which will, It is stated, require about
100.000 000 bushels from the present seat
ton's yield. The American surplus will
hrve Its usual demand in Euiflish mar
kets, with an Increase subject to the con
tinguncles of tbe existing struggle in
southwestern Europe being prolonged
into another season. The department is
' also lu receipt ol very flattering accounts
' of the encouragement, which the great
- yield of tne past season is having on
every clas of enterprise. The acreage
ot winter wheat lor lids year Is greater
, than that of last.
BKBBL CUIUS KBOIVIVCH THE lARGSI
BY WHICH HaYKs WAS MaDK FHK-1DEXT
THK MURPHY MOVIiNKNT-THI SILVKK
' BILL COVXI.1NO AND THE DEMOCRATIC
.,, SUUTOBS CAUKHON AND THI WIDOW
. i il oiivxtt.
Washington, D. C.Ian, 3, 1878: As
. some Intelligent men beliete In ghosts,
. and a great many men, without reid be-
Let, fell a kind ot terror in the place
- where such frightful things are repor ed
to lie, so some men ot sense In the north
'. , ; feally believe iu the existence ol a did r
lulnatlou In the souib to lorce the goto
, , inment to pay for all the
fKOHBTT DKSTROYXO DL'ltINO Tilt WAR,
and for the Lve liberated, and io pen
Bloo tne soldiers ot the oonlederacy; end
a great many without uudersUudluk Just
bow these things can be done, think
them may be danger. There Is no dans
' , ger. A well stated lu a late letter of
tleuvtor Hill tbe 14ili amendment pro
' tllilu the doing of most of these, and It
. , is not the aouihthtt Is trying to reopen
flueitlona connected with the war, but
ajriutort at tha north. If tha people ot
ti north desire further guarantees, an
X ftpportuoltjr W aecurt ihem will aoonbt
v praaanud. But lu loll connection It U
, ; . proptftooallatUntlontoabUIprtHntsd
at this session of congress which confers
upon tha court of claims all jurisdiction
overclaims which rnny be constitution
ally ptld. As this 3ourt is wholly made
up ol northern men, and Republicans at
that, and most or them radical Republic
cans, It Is likely the country's Interests
will be well looked after If the bill pass
Those who have so far cenleJ connecs
alleged by VVm. E. Chandler In connec
tion with the elevation of liayes to the
presidency, are VVatterson, of Louisville,
Secretary Sherman, Major Burke, of New
Orleans, and Judge Lawrence, of Illinois,
In the case of every one of there there Is
much that mukes Ch andler's story prob
able, and throws doubt upon their denials.
It is likely, when all the accused parties
have spoken, Chandler will be heard Iroui
attain. lie says he did not use lu bis
Hi st Statement all the iuforuiatlou h
had acquired in a lifetime. In the mean
time, this Is a Republicuu quarrel, and it
Is becoming In De mocrats to take no part
lu it more than to keep posted.
On tbe return ol congress one ot the
drst committee reports will be lu favor of
a pension to Mexican soldiers and their
lie Irs. There seems to be a good chance
ot the passage of the bill at this session.
Senator Voorhees will champion it in the
FRANCIS MLRl'HV j
is conil ng here to commence a temperance
revival. There Is need of it. In twelve j
years past I have not seen as much in
toxication or crime as now. When l.te
surrendered in 1805 every body, no matter
what his politic, rellg on or color, had a
'celebration." This winter there seems
to be an idea thut Ie U surrendi rlng
daily. There Is need ot Murphy. It
would have been well tor lh ciiy, per
haps, it he had come before the holidays
THK SILVER DILL.
There seems to be almost a certainty
that the bill to remonetlze silver will lie
promptly patsed on the reassembling ol
congress. There are indications that tbe
majority in butt) house and senate will
be iargi-r than has been anticipated and
quite sullldent to pass '.lie bill over a
Veto. Conversion uniting senators uiid
representatives are constantly reported,
all buliiif Irom tile ranks of those hereto-
lure opposed l rniionetiz ilion.
In connection with this bill the subject
ot obeying "instructions" from states
w il arise in the senate. It is long since
much was heard of this mailer ot Instruc
tions. Yet at one time tliere was much
iliseussiiiu of it. Senator Dorsey un.l
.McDonald, both opposed to remoueiiza
Uou. will vote tor It lu deference to lire
wishes ot ihe people, of their states,
THK DAILY TOsT,
which, by the way, U the liveliest paper
in the c.ty, lately stated, as if by author!
iy, that in any revival ol thetljdilou the
Nw York nominations, Senator Conk
ling would have no turiher assistance
I rum Democratic senators. This morii'
ing It qualities the statement, so far us to
say it did not speak by authority, and
tint Coukling will prohabiy have the ass
sirttaiice ot at least one senator.. 1
pretty sure he will have more than that.
Xo one pretends that there is any clmnce
between the men now lu oltlce and those
Hayes wants to put in, ami Democratic
senators clearly hive a right to take such
course as seem to them best as a matter
t of nurlv nolicr. Uniiiions verv hLi lv
. . - j i j
will ulfler as to what Is best to do.
TUK PEAKFl'L ASriiCT
of a bad example is afleciingly shown in
the now noted case ot Simon Cameron
and the widow Oliver. Cameron, at an
age that generally carries with It influ
ence, even II it Is not always accompani
ed by respectability, deliberately violat.
ed a promise ot marriage. At least Mrs.
Oliver says so. Then, a year ago or so
it is now louud, Mrs. Oliver promised to
drop her breach of promise suit If the
senator would give her a thousand dols
lurs. This he paid. But tbe widow hav
ing learned guile lrom the senator' ex
ample, Imitates him In it. She refuses
to lie bound by her promise to withdraw
the suit. She will push it. The pay
ment of the $1,000 seems to indicate that
there is cause for action. Dbii.
UEXKK II, X KWS SO rK8.
'Miss Thompson, ot the United
States," has elect-itled Edinburgh, Scot
land, by ordering Messrs. Marshall &
Lonir, JewelersJ ol thaf city, to niHke a
set ot golden horseshoes, costing about
one thousand dollars, for a mare belong
Initio her. Ihe animal, says the Lon
don 7Ws, was duly shod In the precious
metal al the smithy ot Prolessor Biird,
veterinary surgeon, St. James' place.
The shoes are cl oidlnary size and shape,
and the nails with which they were tlxud
are also of gold. The animal, upon the
conclusion ol the work, vas conveyed to
her stable, and In Hie course oft tie after
noon was mounted and ridden by her
A New York paper.in the course ot an
article on the sugar trade.snyi that with
in (he past six months mililons of dol
lars have been lost on sales ol Imported
MiKr, and that in tact, since the year
1873, ihe bun i less has been a losing oue
io nearly every one connected with It.
This is shown, it says, in tho tact that,
since the period mentioned, no lest than
thirteen sugar relluers in New York City
and Brooklyn (without enumerating
many others lu the rural districts) have
shut up shop. One New York firm ol
sugar n Oners who had purchased In Eu
rope between 30,000 and 40,000 tons ot
beet root sugars, to arrive about October
last, paid, il II curreutly reported, $300,
bOO to settle the difference lu Europe.
Illinois bat 41,000 square miles of coal
bed, averaging moie than 40 feet In
thickness. She raised last year 130.000,000
bushels ol corn one-six h of all the corn
raised In the L'ulted Stales, and ImryesU
ed 2.747,000 tons uf hay nearly one-tenth
ot all tbe bay Id the country. Last year
ihehai bad 1,600 000 bofa, and Decked
8,113,845-ebout ons-balf of all that were
nai.lsaA to lh t Tnltajl Rfataa. Rta tllanll. i
factares $205,000,000 worth ot goods an.
nually, and hat 133,300,000 In cburcb
property, worth 4,193 church organiza
tions; 11.000 public schools, with two
itate universities; 6 colleges, 00 Instruct
on, over 1,000 students, and f l.OOO.OOrj
The Vienna Xeoman t "J. R. Thomas,
ol Metropolis, spent Thursday In Vienna,
preparing the rtcords In the Burklow
case, and lift on tbe down train to place
the matter before the supreme court,
which is now In session. His first effort
will be o get the supreme court to grant
Burklow a new trial, but upon what
grounds we are unable to say. One of
tbe grounds upon which he asked Judge
Dougherty to grant a new trial was that
two jurors who gat upon the Jury that
tried Burklow were uot tendered by the
council of the defendant. The effort
that Burklow's council are making to
save his life are commendable."
Orawib of the otl finals.
Tbe postmustir-general bas had pre
pared a tabular statement, showing the
number of postage stamps issued each
year since 1809. These figures show the
steady Increase made In the business of
the postolllce department, the issue of
ordinary letter stamps having increased
iroin about 200,000.000 in 1859 to nearly
700.000.000 .n 1871. The following fig
ures will show i lie number of ordinary
letter siauips Issued during the years
named, commencing with the fiscal year
which ended June 30, ISoO :
... '9i,2K W0
))..,. Hi' :i
.. .. Il:tVV Slu
... 371, HHtW5
, 4M,1I 443
... Ml, 455 070
I Hi, I
In addition to the above, thern was is
sued during the past lour years 82,3(5,835
oinciul stamps lor tne use ot tne exeeu
tivo ui pariments, ami 4.!t5,2(l news
paper aud periodical stamps.
Ir. lrefif, nob liifsrsoira Dubllu
Jfotbury's LoD'lon Letter to Chicago Journal.
While 1 am about it 1 may as well an
swer another question which I sto re-
pealed in the Journal, as to who and
what Is the "Dr. Gregg, ot Dublin,"
who challenges Colonel lugersoll to a de
bate on Inlidelity, lie is well enough
known in Dublin as a clergyman of tbe
lato established church, and as having
managed in some way to maintain his
position lu spiteot the act of diseslab
ItshmenC tie Is a man ot a good deal ol
technical learning, a lluent speaker aud a
ready writer. He, does not. however,
take hiifh rank in the church, owing
probably, to his craukv notions on ihe
HiMicl of prophecy. He Invented a
system ol an aritbmeticil calculation, by
which he is able to prognosticate almost
everv future event, and on this subi-ct
he is clearly stark, staring mad. He
honored me with a vlst two or three
veurs beo. aud nearly drove me out ot
mv senses with his efforts to enlighten
Gen. John C. Fremont, against whom.
an action was brought by the United
States to recover the sum of $3,000, alie
ift d to have been overpaid him, has put
in an answer denying that any illegal or
Improper over-payment nas oeen nrae
tn Mm. and mklng a counter claim oi
$n.(KH for .-.-rrHx a in pui ohnnli.a: oi ins) II
Europe and lor tne management ot mill
tary affairs in Missouri early in the war.
The edition of 1878 of the sterling Medl
cat Annual, known as liostetter's Alma
uac, is now ready, and may be obtained
free of .cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all parts ot the United
States and British America, and Indeed
in every civilized portion of the Wester
Hemisphere. Il combines, with the
soundest practical advice for the prescr
vatlon an J restoration ot health, a large
amount ol interesting and amusing light
reading, and tho calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared witb great care,
and will be found entirely accurate. The
issue of liostetter's Almanac for 1878, In
the English, German, French, Welih,
Norwegien, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will In all proba
billllty be the largest edition of a medica
work ever publihed iu any country. The
proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter & Smith,
Pittsburg, l'a., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any peison who cannot procure one in
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the 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
strengih aud energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $5 per package of five
vials and i vial of powder. Sent by
mall on receipt of price. Addrecs
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 109 Fulton street N. Y.
5 lbs choice Hio coffee, $1.
10 lbs A sugar, $1.
11 lbs best New Orleans sugar, $1.
And eveiythlng else at rock bottom
priC'i. Pkttis & BiiiD.i
Store room in Winter's Block Just va
cated by Mrs. Spears; also, rooms 1 and 3
on 2nd floor, same building, lately oc
cupied by II. Levy, E-q.
3c Al. J. IIowle- Agent.
, Foi'jiD- At tobacco warehouse,! child's
gold bain. Owner can have the same
by paying for this advertisement. Call
at this offlce. 1:10 if.
At private sale at No. 31 Tenth itreet
oue lot of line furniture, bed-room act;
Ida board and other articles. It
, a Traattaa oaUi
vaaaaa, Miatorj, can tad
OUR MOTTO; "Wis Best
O. HAINTNY,: ,
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
r ' r-iTi tt tv rrr ttt n TSftri rj
NaiJ JULl V1V VL
Dry Goods, Boots' and Shoes,,
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, Mattingst
asks, Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh.
O.ir Stock embraces everything needed
Goods. J'lea.ne give us a call, examine
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
witb colycinth and jalap, or stupefy their
brains with opiates, when a pure, ef
fective, sale, bontanic cordial like llostct
ter's Stomach Bitters, which relieves
every disorder for which the poisonous
drugs have been heretofore prescribed,
Is wlibln the tesch of every one. Old
lashiouable remedies are rapidly giving
ground before the advances of this con
quering specific, and old la-hloned ideas
In regard to depletion as a means ot cure,
have been quite exploded by the success
ot tin great rcnovaut. which tones the
system, tranquillzes the-nerve-, induces
sound repose, neutralizes malaria, de
pu rates and enriches the blow), routes
the liver when dormant, and promotes
a regular habit of body. 4lin
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER I
Mr. Block desires to call tbe attention ot
be Public to the taut that ne has al
ways on band a law, naw ,Dj tasMonsliie
stock of ready-made custom Boot and
Shuts which be will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call Oa Dim At
II a, 4i . ti, m IIS Sll'
S. IF. .Bl&.kQ
tPaints, Oils, Varnishes'
ffall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shadea, &o,
always on band, the eclrbnteit tllumlnatl
Corner Blarenth Street and Waahl
You can ea-
jour (alary by devotion a very maall portion of
your iruure lime to my Interest. I do not tx-
iret yu to rauTaa for my celebrated Bealty't
v.u uu .- v M. , UHl ling
errlce I require of you la both plranaot and
prodt.l'le. r ull ptrtirulara fr-e. Addresa
k n v. Awr .
Q. D WIIXIAHSON,
And Dealer In
v BOAT STORES,
T6 OHIO LEVEX.
FKUAXattentioi elms lialainiau a )
Public aotict U hereby given that we, the un
fienlirned, have this dy formed a partnerkhlp
ror Ihe purpose nf practiciog our rrtpeotive letai
.VULKfcv k fKKK.'8ldparuierhlpahallao
eeal oihe ir.minal practl a. WereepecifuliT
onoita thereof the lKai buaineea, which. If an'
InuieU to our care, ehill receive cirelul and
pMtnpt attention. WiiliamU ituLaiT,
n . j.l, .. . ots Lisa.
Jilted (hit ilstdayof Uecember, A. P., 1877.
hii it; tadtl C!l!!?5
St. Louis. Mo.
tEOI. A. VCt, A.K.I.I.B..
IAI. SICK, a M
I. B. HUaWOOD,,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP: S8I 00
08T Complete. Thorough uii Prmctlo
-" - wm wb IUVi
,. ttt XUaitraua CtmUu.
a THiti i mwrym a u &
Goods it the Lowest P;iic(s
Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
Children's Shoes, Gent's Boo t
Special attention given to Country trade.
in the City or Country. In Groceries or Dry
our goods and prices before you buy.
llles, tas I Co.
OrTLXN, ULJ. "ST
and all kinds Country Procure.
93 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ilia.
Can Be Beautiful
ly fiyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Ladies' d Cents.
Old flats Made New.
Xo. 30, Kiulilli Street.
8TRATTON & BIRD
Ac ts AMERICAN POWDER CO.
M Ohio T,trA.
City National Bank
W. P. HALLiDAT, Prealdmt.
BENHY L. HALLIDAT, VicePreet
A. M.HU'FOiiD, Caehicr.
WAI Tt'lt HY8LOP, Ae't Cashier.
. Starts Tatlod, R. II. Ci vanrr.HAU,
II. L. IlALUOAT, W. P. 1UI.LDAY,
".. V. WlLUAJtHON, STirilEX IllHD,
A. It, Sattokd.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and )'d.
DEPOSITS received aod a Ktral bank Di
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
villa, Louisville, Cincinnati
nd all way landings.
Th elegant slde-wbeel steamer
lAiraa B. PunmnmK............ ..MiteUti
JllAHLBS PlNMlNUTON Clerk
I Will leave Cairn every WKUNESOATat
o'clock v. m.
Tti fleet steamer
Bbw I1owaiu m. m..h whi ..5tattAr
Kd. Taoiua Clerk
- LauTca Cairo ererr SATVKDaX.
Each boat makes close connections at Catro
vtth Arat-elaas teamen for Bt LouU, alein
phisaodMew Orleaju.and at KraneviUe with
the K. AC. B. It. for au points Mortk aod East,
andwlthlha LouUvUle Hail eteamers fouall
points oa Um Upper Ohio, giving turouHb r
ealpta onfirclihta and paatengara to all points
for urtber Information apply to
laniha nmui, raaaenger AHeni.
HALLiDAT BHOo., I AMnU
H. i. UHAHHKft,
aparutaBdaat and Qaaaral Fratrht Anat.
A OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE ftl
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Pvitty v
Paints-ill Cclcrs S:ady fa Its Erusl,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Keatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Gils.
Tht Jhitgi . o.j oa o3 Can
The Oaiy Penect Can in
th World. Ide of Glass
and Dot to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every fam ly should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evedcn. 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 tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lst week I bought a 10 cnt paeksire or Wastiine sml dnno my wnaliinit In fnc r.sl: ,
the usual time st te- than hail lli cit ol Soup. My i ldlim wer- wliUr I ii. rot
have to nib them, and It til I not lirii k my woolens, and for mice 1 w:u- eiiuhied to l- '
lin n nna. itt M..ft.ln.. L a In. II. .... I ..... in ... r. . t
. .a,,. ii,
pt-rfectly nafe to une It.
g and 10 cent Packsgcs.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' DuAbSy1:111100
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
Shoo Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
- Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparlila and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Aguo Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Jeaw Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove PolUL
Pure Imported Bay Rum, Kpiendid-faiiadn Tin
Soap Eiigl.Kh and American NoapH Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts in origi
nal Ilottlcs or in Broken Quanti
ties as wanted at low price.
At Barclays' Drug Store.
Family Safeguard ;
Awarded First Centennial Prcn.ium
and Practical Test by tho U. S. GOV
tRNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MEISIT. Highly Commended by the
U, S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BCfARD OF WASHIIS1GTOM CITY
a ( a aa-B a a
risk tor tiaino ana uas rato the u
same with Insurance Companies, Used '
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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Buy "WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
ITEUH OF INTEREST,