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!dT'' urtd.y night
i. l half-va , -r.. a (uwnin
UlC t o. torlUlUU morim
UlS Flico-'" (ll ol fix.
clouds and drive... j, . ht
sun twuu'k. - , nervcfi
r,...i liaupy- J
aruier ,,, cottfor n""-1
m.rkt at a niluW'D ' ' lllirIlc.ri,
But the wnt and south, cwp-V ot
eJ accommodation . u coWpW,.
.....nt smith Vst. ChP-'" J' rt
'i'i.i.tvotrion . uf
vn3. . . jiiace1
10 . i CB bUt ,0Uf
times' as lrE 2 rlvcra and not
ciM. i . havo no ua'fc-" . .,. Wo
a Mni lie m mineral jvcalth
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,.,). mil io ";- .... wJcr n'"'
rh' ihuahna and Sonora in u rB
iOTTO: " Tho Best Goods at the Lowest P
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
-B D JE .'EBB H 3S3 (
NeMeoo . - far0
i ljRlhth trt. tue 4U(1pU'ioii
l tU0 niuw" nlul Arizona,
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"Cinder Ot l'lcrcev...-
4 rowncd In Bullalo Harbor.
. 1 .;,,if.j Mill
..,...! ot UiO
lhe event, ot the coiutuF year
. .... Ilnn.i II ItllllY
'K - cation. AUhouh
r lie Rardw. ll Slotes in con.
tiivri- ro some nll-Si,rfd ty
hW-NiSf uu 8 ' .... .itfh
(liposinon to u) tno ,r a
true W,cn,.H , -: - ;
. .....la i "
,1 otntt B"--"'" -(J(,
incise--- rlwlh.i " ji,j,i,,..
ffoo&y Boots and Shoes.
Nothing, Hats and
. , . !. wniicr anu
(i)!U, bl" ' ...M. to
aps, "Coffees, Teas, Sugars,
6Ticialty in Butter,
.eso and Flour.
SIGN OF THE G OLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washingto: a Av.cnuo and Eighth Street
"Vtdirvo lit? country Irom it.
AM'1t ,e, condition, .mdrd orV
J. . ,.a i HlWSl 1M
..u mpssiic 1 .
ty. Jlcv.re ---- - . vcry tonmr year.
. tor, condition. 1
rv holds $1,353,142'
, -tOtMtenuu-." . ..-..Mr.tLKl
meeting last mem.
" .in- iNDfhTBlK'
Hi- K"i'i m i'"""1- :
. ....... ...... i.. li!ivc comm.u.
.Ari.1U.VCliK.MIlM"-"-- ... ,
. ..a ennui.
11 j ...... ..i.timti'V at Ui
(f Id UIIH'
V , -V.
, Vbe record ot failures in i
wurms""' " . . .
Mln tbC l UU
I? of ii...,s for h,
1 . u
.... r.t-.-&ftnri. hip
, ....fdoil. (tiir coin."; i..-.----
motBtr m.iv ,( bavins too muel.
V(Tyrar." . .... ,,, M
.. .t Willi tnniiuii-
to '4'. "u , .ifii town an
. 1 )...ui'iirs in tin mi'-s
ssarM." .i,M oil
iliU cotut-a o. oui r1 '
1 vml.. .;aiuf.l bK'h'T on
1. ,..l..r .tlillOWl of M. " ,,u".
t the city peiiui"
; b tnajjistrate?,
COUIIt' u... - - - 0,
hole country, ami u " ,
into civil, zed and . I . Mat,f-
ncceMlty fo.rthii work ., ".
the plan ior Us eJcecution so a. ", .
thy iiromiwu rnsi. " - - -
aiuu.u 0110 uiai I, -
accompli JeJ. " t'wre " t,)0 lm
it-nlwi-il Slotes .in coxrs ""'
atutrtiiiaobhiii I bounded by the " IIos,'
towtt ilisti iet." tlw K trislation nece.-wr
tonehi"VC this great imlioii.u work '
hi; bad within tlio m'Xt felxry oaj
HIE 001.0 Ul LUOXIST.-.
1 lie New York papiTi are ur
.....!,i(. nf the cities and tow
m.r.b toholdlfol convent 1
strnet ilRirr lin-.-t iita!ives
ritvi-r lull. "d to aliiirfe
Would l not he well
owns of the south n
.STICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
NELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILK?.
A full Ji
.te of Carpets, Mattings Floor Oil Cloth?, Curtain Dam
.dies' and Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Gent's Boo t
.1iis stock is entirely Now and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade,
.r Stock etnnraeen everything needed in the City or Country. i-Orocerie or Dry
oode. i'leaso pive ti a call, oxnmloc our goods and nrlceu betore you buy.
Lf. Gmti, dr..
'CW XVIV'"i; and will not
rancleco on u - u ie
rt of February.
. ... M.wnnrt and I A-nl'' l"
, JUU1C' . .;;,,wtiu.. were opened at
.vestirom e col)tl,,,,s
diya. me-- contract
- ' ed westward, and utn r
' i...r.iv he let soon.
. .. ...,k f.,r echo during the
I prcnt year-1 01 May(
. the moon-"'" . uu-8 j,r
; transit ot Mercnry cv U jC.
' Only one of the mP wl '., nay
eclipse ot the nun. J aly .", oktoM
' parts of Xorth Auienca. Uw -o
" totality will run turousn Klims,,,mtka,
ucbring straits, Alak jritisb America,
I wcatern MouUna, v estt.rn wyoiuitiB.
" western Colorado. pwsi)g about one
I degree BOUlbwe'jt of jmiV,.r city, und
aaoss lcl vj the Gulf ot Mexico, nar
'""rr ........ I
..... ... 1 ...i i 1.1. 11.
f raw ina. " , .... ..,..,h,neftl
hinedwiaia.i.y.,0 - :y
lTU ' " .without a heavy enrtce.
"...I. rvLf the country
T .,,n l ML I".1
una mechanical ir.du.tneK and H" ng
verbal cry ot "hard times. yUnl,
CNJVlH'tAL CONVENTION Vf
luit the out-ide world w'
produce, and is ready to Mi ftU ,ve ,.Qn
just here appear t;ur pf.ej.
movement, ainvieu wisdotn of the
clian!,5. boards 01 0 Meri:lmnf ex
g ini.-itlons are trade and similar or-
by delegates o cominj; to ashtr;;tcn
tiiccmilt t iithe 22d ol this month
comire? r Jgethcr and recommend to
loreiirn ' .ouie plan for tlio revival ol our
pers o .rade. The account.1 in the pa
legn I preliminary mee'.irtirs to select de
a ot the
ms atid ln
to opose the
. and threaten
.ed thnt men-tire.
lor tlio cities and
.td wot to coiij: rahtl.
alive? upon the course
and hold up their hands
c is s'i il to be nude 011 this
the west and rutith are well
in the cotutncreial coiai n
0t:1d ii,;.. iitv on the 2'iid
can I lien speak the scnli
ttii--e tfreat diviion of the
y t'ircctly in the can id their re
..entr.tives. Franee. th" niuiT tros
crous country fit Jiuropc, has 110 dilli
culty in resiiininj; specie payment upon
a meta'ic c irrency, and tho remonetiza
tiou ol tllver would tr!rj the ftuuerefU't
hero. While dulm sfherman btill tugs
away at the screw ot coHtractiou ;md in
New York from lour to live tnetclianls
and builti!:s;iien topple down from af
lluenec to be.L'sars vcry day, tho bond
hnldcr looks upon the ruiii and distress
all over the country ai;d eric ''Give me
nothing but irold. Silver will do well
uniiu'li lor I'.irm'.rs and blacksmiths, but
uiillioiiaires have 110 rouui to store Mieli
hul',;v trcastiri-a.-' J. I.. T.
aic their r. pteon
tiny li ave taken
in the tiifht ttm
tion to be
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeliujr, no energy or courage;
tlio result ot mental over-work, India
eret ions or ( xcesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured ly Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specilio No. 2S. It tonus
up and Invigorates tho system, Imparts
treto'.ii atid energy stop the drain and
rg'uveaati b the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perlect. (success by
thousands. Sold tiy dealers. Price!
i-r tingle vinl, or " per package of five
vials and ;-2 vi;.l vl powdir. Sent by
mail on receipt. M price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medieine
onipaoy. VX l ulron treet N. V.
Ill nui' Mylu ot clirniite, with it sutfdi u
imnees ol tempt raturc rain, wind and
stin-hin'! oltcn intermingle 111 a single
y it is no wonder that our t hil ren.
Iriends and relatives tiro o frequently
taken Iroiu us by neglected colds, half the
deaths resulting directly Iroin this cause.
A bottle ot Uo'chcc's German Syrup kept
About your home for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a large doctor's
bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four doses. For curing Con-
uniptlon, Hemorrhages;, Pneumonia..
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ot
the Throat or Lungs, Its success is simply
wonderful, as your druggist will tell you
ierman Syrup is now sold in every town
find lllage on this continent. Sample
bottles for trial. Wc; regular size, T"c.
Itcftkou I or Bttim'n 1'nllurw.
State Journal. Dili : 'J'herts were un
doubtedly special reasons tor th recent
bank lailure in this cliy, aud tho causes
Have been at work lor several years.
These have already been alluded 10 in
the Accumulation ol large amounts 01
teal estate in the course ot business,
whii-lt had been accepted as security lur
loans. The shrinkage of this propel ly 111
value In consequence o! the depression 01
ihiatimiisaudiiieiiuposMbili'y ot rcali-
zln upon It. has stripped Mr. liunti ot a
large lortuuo and driven hhu into bank
ruptoy. We believe the lollowmg troui
the Peora Trantenpt a true explication
i.t rr.M eAiise.a ol itie dUasler :
Mr. liuan's ta'.lure, like that of many
another which has already occurred, and
i.tiii.r which are to come, are the ulrcct
result of that ruinous process ol contrac
fi.. whieh u Doimlarly known as "gel.
.iiiwn tonard nan." It is the policy
which Is depreciating every kind and de
ncrlptionot property, which is paraljz ng
hiwii.PKM und lorciiiK hundreds and hun.
.!..! ol men into bankruptcy. It is the
which is a direct injury to every
man In the country who owes a dollar in
t.h world, and Is only d ood to the men
who arc completely out ol debt, and who
are so rich that they cau take advantage
ot tiio nHcetiSltlcg 01 tmir ntuow-uum unu
souetze from them, hhylockhke, the last
ilron of blood. Jen yeais uo
Mr Hunn savs. probably with
truth, he could have pud all his
lebu and retired Irom business with a
clear halt-million. Now he cannot even
nu hi :thti. lie still owns a great
rt of the nrom rty be did then, but it Is
Jul depreciated In value that it will not
im 11 lor one-hall what It would then,
'i i... nnllcv ol a speedy specie resumption
d)i a gold basis bus caii&rl't Mr. I'.nnn, o
t bus aianv others. While the goldilis
tif the east liave put their money Into
ffovernment lionus or invent i it In cut
N throat mortgages, Mr. liunn wascugagei
in luilhlini' and commercial mid tnauu
mciurinirenterprises, and hai endeavored
to haye his money do good to others
twsldes hiuieclf. It Is time to call a halt
n a nolle!' which bene tils the tonne
class. but results In nothh.g but dextruc
lion and ruin to the latter."
n.irlnrr the past twelve months no 1
"llinn twenty-tilx centenarians died In Hip
L'nlled 8ltes. Their aggregate ago wns
a iHi vears. J hn oldest among them
J., i'aiif. I,titrbUHh, who died last
, ti.ril In New York at the age of 111
Oueot the most iotcrtistlng cases was
" that ot AuffUMlu Plcard, who tiled at
N.Y.. at tho age of 100. nil
lather W ''BV vl ,t0 V.'f. T.J
KM and nil mower to h mi
iSyeari old. U still alive to Quebec. The
.,' jlingl(iQ ITU 111 I II ...nv., -'.
tin,M6KVin his life. Of the
: ' Tm. nrYls. no ! than flltren
ZZZT.-nnimZ. and ol the citT'n rualu
.ccs plainly point to the policy that is
.ely to be recommendd by this n:diot:.
al convention. This Is a wide spread and
yery natural conviction all over the coun
try that our foreign trade should he
greatly increased In order to provide good
markets for our surplus products. In
China, .Japan, Aiistrh, the Islands
ot the Pacilie, and nearer home.
in Mexico, Central America and the
countries of South America, tho people
desire to exchange commodities witli us,
and give us gold and silver for any bal
ance in our tavor. With wy iic:cs to
all the markets ol thewprld, our surplus
products, whether of the mine, (arm
or factory, would lind ready purchasers
at tair price". The pntnt is to reach these
markets with the greatest facility and at
the least cxi'ne to the producer. This
can only bo done by leviving tlio ship
building intcrc'li of the country, so that
our lorelgu trade can be carried 011 by
American r.hips, instead ol being ut.jce
to the'oiicrou. burdens Imposed by
toreign Vessels, lhe late war swept
from the seas, either by sale or destruc
tion, our old merchant marine ot wooden
sailing ships, and left us with almost
nothing in the shape ot merchant
vessels. .Mr. lioach, ot Chester, I'a.,
and a lew other enterprising men, have
demonstrated the lact that iron steamers
can be built as well and as cheaply on
the Delaware as the Clyde, All that is
now necessary to send fifty or a hundred
ol theso trade missionaries to build up
and extend commerce with the leading
ports ot tlio world, Is a little encourge
inent from the government in the fchnpe
of payment for mail transportation, while
experience shows that such outlay Is rc
tiirni'd many fold to the government by
the revenue derived from increased trade
If the government pays $100,000 for 1
mail contract on a line of ocean steamers
and llnds its revenues Increased $500,000
by the development ot new trade, Bud
the producers of the country benefited
to the extent ol several millions by tlp
same cause, then this is Just the kind 01
subridv tor which the while country
will pav. Every town in the United
States that has a commercial a?so
elation should send delegates to the nut
lontd convention on the 22 of January,
INTKHNAL HUPK AND TltANSI'OR TATION
Hut foreign commerce can only be ted
by a healthful condition of agriculture,
manufacture and internal trade. We
uiust first produce a surplus uf grain
meat, cotton, rice, sugar, tobacco, Ac,
together with uaiiiilactured articles; Und
easy transportation tor this surplus to
the great trade centres on the sea coast
and then come in the ocean steamers to
complete the circle of Industries aud place
our products In all the markets of the
world. The stirplu Is ready, lor the
country produces annually alout ucvi
thousand millions worth ol food supplies
and other natural, ot art products. The
lacllitlei for trantportatlon lu the eastern
and middle states are excellent. Navi
gable rivers are supplemented by several
thousand mile of railway, 10 that tb
In tUisciilixhtctie't uc and muddied ac
ceptance only wuti me prejuoicea ami
giiorant. It is impossible, lor instance,
to prr-uade any large proportion 01 a
iieonic v ho have Imbibed their ideas ol
logic in common selinoi.s and lu.e acad
emic, that St is expedient to cram '.heir
systems with mercury, rasp their bowels
with colyclnth and j dap, or Mnpi ly their
brains with oplaf f, when a pure, ef
fectiv.'.safe, boutanic cordial like Ho-tet-
ter's Stomach Hitters, which relieve
very disorder for which tho poisonous
drugs have been herctolore prescrnx d,
is within the teach of every one. Old
liishionahle remedies are rapidly giving
ground befoie the advances of this con
ijiieritig ppecitit:, and old la-liioned ideas
In r-'gard to d" letion as a means 01 cure.
have been quite exploded by the success
of the great rcuovaut, which tones the
system. tranquiliZ"s the nerve', induces
omul repose, neutralizes malaria, de
purates and enriches the blood, rouses
the liver when ilormant, and promotes
a regular habit of body. 4-1 m
- HostetU-r'n Almanac
The edition of 187b of the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as lloetetter s Alum
nac, is how ready, and may be obtained
free of cost, ot druggists ami general
country dealers In all pans ot the United
States and llritish America, and indeed
in every civilized portion of tho Western
Hemisphere. H combines, with the
soundest practical advice lor tho preser
vation an.l restoration ol health, a large
amount ol interesting and amusing ligl
reading, and tho calendar, astronomica
items, etc., are prepared with great care
atnl will be lonnd entirely accurate. The
lie of Hosteller's Almanac for 1878, in
the English, German, Frenih, Welsh
Norwegieu, Swedish, Holland, lloheniian
and Spanish languages, w ill In all proba
bililhy be. the largest edition of a niedlea
work ever publlhed in any country. The
proprietor, Messrs. Hosteller & Smith
Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any pel son who cannot procure one
UOr.U uf Uarulim:
. During the present year, as in the past
the grave will close over thousands, slm
ply because they neglect the means
which would restore them to health
Meet the fell destroyer at the threshold
and dbptitu bis Invasion by that more
thn'i wonderful medicine, Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore-
bound. There Is no cough or cold, case
ot asthma, bronchitis, blood-spitting
weak lungs, croup or whooping cough
which will not yield mora readily to this
great uutasicai. remedy than any other
medicine. It you would avoid disap
polntuient, and bo speedily cured, ask
your druggist lor Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Far, W lid Cherry aud Ilorchound. Trial
r!zc, 10 cent". P.egular sizes, W3 cents
and one dollar.
50I.D BY BAUCLAY BltOS.
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup
Is perfectly lafe. Extremoly palatable.
Ko physic required. Costs 55 cent!
Try It. 4sltn
mm I h
13 wimiws W
and all kinds Country Produce.
03 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ilia.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Pj'ed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
hilts' d k
White Xead i
seed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Brt ishes,
U rindov Glass, Putty
Paints-ill tta-h Jj fur ih
Illuminating O ils,
I Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal-Oil, Heal ifoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Cils.
IAN UFA CTL'REIt AND DEALER I
Mr. Block desires to cull tbe attention ol
the Public to the tact that nu hits al
ways on bund a larire, new and lutdiionatue
stni-lt of ready-made custom Hoots and
Shoes ivbicli be will sen at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Cll Onllim At
TOSS ft 3ji. Uti, I Cji kn
SCHOOL TEACHERS: hy i
ymr stthiry by ikmtln a very small por'iou nf
your leisure lime to my interest. 1 ilo not ex-
ieet yell Ik nn.vasH lor my cclt-urale'l Iiealiy's
'nim'ii and (liruim unli-M you se Ut tu ; tint lhe
serviee I n'iiilre ot yr.it la liotti plniHunt anil
prolitnl'lr. 1 nil purtii ularb I'r v. AilJresa
IIAMI.I. I'. IIKAI IT. WKHirtiirliin.
Public totiso is hcreliv trivcn thnt wc. tlie tin
ill have this U y lormeil a pjttntrslilp
lor ihr purpose ol prjciicuig our reaiieciive lenai
iirnlesliii.. Tlie st vie ol the Arm i.hall lie
MU'l.KKY A SKKK. -Snid partn-rshtp ahall not
ixttij to 'lie ct'iniitial pritrti e. Werrsjieetrully
toiicila Hureui lhe iedi nuitinrs, wnicn, u en
trusts! l i our care, chill rect'ive caretul nd
pronnit aitcntion. w it liam t; arlkky,
ll.l L.1 Bit.
Dated this Hlet day of Decemlier, A. P ., Is. 7
Salcon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, UNO CIGARS
Old flats Made New.
ii is. siii:LLi:v,
So. oO, IMuhlli Srt I.
STRATTON & BIRD
Ag't" AMERICAN POWDIR CO.
City National Bank
The ' Family Safeguard
ThpKUia iitfujjne Can
The Only Perlect Can i i
th World. Mido of Glass
and ' not to
Leak, Corrode- or Break.
Every family nhould have
cd First Centennial Premium
opted after a thorough Scientific
ractical Test by the U. S. COV
EMT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
Highly Commended by the
D OF WASHINGTON CITY
i risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
samei vithJnsuranco Companies. Used
by Ra Ircads Street Cars and Hotels.
OIL TANKS aid
. SHIFFIi'3 CAN!
Tho best in Use. Patent Don
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson ar id
Eveden. We sell at their prlc as
W.I'. HALMDAY, l'reslilent.
HKNUY L. U A I. LID AY, Vlcernul
A. II, H VKFOKD, Ciahitl.
W Al TKK IIYI.01'. Ahs'I Csshlrr.
. 8TAATS TAVLOh, ,-R. II. C t UStKr.llAM,
H. b. tlAtLIDiV, TV. P. 1ULLDAY.
0, U. WlLI.lAMrlUV, STtriH.N lllilll,
A. 0, 8Aru:D.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and to'd.
DEPOSITS received and a t:iKil laukins
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
Evsn3vllio, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Cons' antly on hand. Alo has constantly
on hand a
Largo Supply of
0HA1TGE3, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale and Retail.
dtthe Old Del monico Hotel,
5-im Xo. OH Ohio Lcvcc.
?A?nts, Oils, Varnishes'
JTall Paper, Window Giaas, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Alvtyi od tiand, the oelebrotwl lllumladtl
Oortirr Klunnth fltret and Waabt
P&duoah, Bhawneetown, Evans'
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant Blde-wbeel strainer
JValtxr li. l'sxxiNinon Utrr
JllAlll.IS FtNXlNUTOM Clrk
I Will leave Cairo eterr WEDNESDAY at
o'olouk v. in.
The fleet sttamei
Kin IlotTAau ...MustiT
Kd. Tnukua Clerk
LsiveUlro every SATURDAY.
Rarh boat makes close eonneOtlons st Cairo
With flrst-dass stntmerB for Ml. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvansvllle with
tho E. AC. B. U. for ail points Nor la and Kant,
ndwluithe IxiuiivUlr Uail Steamers fox ad
nnlnta an O.a llntier Ohio. livlnr throUKbr-
MlpW onfniigbw and iusuneii to all poLnUt
1 or urther Information tpply to
j.ub.s utiiui, raaaonger Agent.
ftUOLn HATKaWATCHES. Cham
'Kk Coat la the kuownwutld. tiampli S"oeA free M
IA U UHIUT. A onouiuva a)VI?i
I1ALUDAT BK08., I Amu
J. M. 1'HtLUPS. 1
JuiiarintMideBt and Ovneral Freiaiit Annt.
lo-e-tW-lF. Cvanaville Indiana.
A TEAR. AnnUwmnted.Boiti
new lairlttnuiM. ParitealatSfN.
B I kr-BosFw 'S 1 1 I Sin
Agency and Depot foi Aycrs' and Jayncs' Medi
cines. Also for Wa kefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVE S USE WASHINE
"I.a't week I boiifhtaiO r-cr.t pat kaeeof Wahtne ami done mt wa.hlncf 1nr.nA lull
the nsunl lime at luf tltun ha I the. co st ol !oiif. My clntlitu weri wlii er. I diil not
have 10 roll them, an.) U ill I i"it fliri i,k my woolns, anj for tim-e 1 wan enabled to v't
hot dinner on Monttay. So ladles U y it, aud you Mill tive lalicr, liuie aad iiioney. It I.
prriccilj Mi, HI lire li A.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Br. Wood Is'
Vholesalo and I detail.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-07 E.;yD55ibtano
German Syrup anc'i August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatv.ne for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Tho Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe 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
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and BloodTurifter
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic. Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoo Dressing, andStovo PolL-sh
iiro Imported Kay Itimi, Nplciidld-Canadn Tnr
Nonp- Eiigllkl. and American Soaps-Fine Im
ported Hnndliorchirf Extracts In origi
nal llottk'stor In Ilroken Quanti
fies us wanted at low prices.
Buy Your Brugs
At Barclays' Drug Store.
'',"'! i:;twi colored.