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fourths of the national d.bt In """ ' represent,? , ,e
currency, which wai the law of the co n oncmienUvt"t wnui
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TO-j "The Best Goods at ie Lowest Pric" '
Johi Moeruat l tery , ma ma
yslelana express but mtie -0pe tor bis
HbXKT M. Staktt, the African ex
torer, baa arrlTed In Paris, and will wj
.rXew York, shortly.
Samckt., Bowlbs, owner and ed' tor ol
ae Spvlneflald, Massacbusetta, Rtpubli-
in, died on Wednesday night. i0 had
ee,n alck for aorae time.
Gsk. TiLUAits . na been nominated
fXbii Deraoerata of khe Kentucky logls-
atare for United States aenator to suc
ked the preaen'i genator, McCreary.
TSot preildent has 'appointed Geo. A,
Halaef and, VT. B. BUlppan, of ew
York, and Bronion Baylaes and Peter
dtraab, of Tennessee, oommissionei s to
the Pari exposition.
Ths bill making a special appropri
ation of 4C,000 for the removal ot anagt
in the Uisslstlsslppl, Missouri and Ar
kaasas rlters, passed the bouse on
Wednesday. The friends the bill claim
that there will be no trouble in getting
the measure tbrongh the senate. '
A shocking tragedy occurred in New
York on Wednesday afternoon. James
W. Johnson, a lormer diamond broker
of Chicago, and a woman, .whom he
claimed aa bis tister-ln-ltfw, had a quar.
rel, wbictt terminated In Johnson kllllcg
the woaaan and then himself. Tbe wo
man had sixteen stabs in her person, and
Johnson was tound with his throat cut
from ear to ear,. -
Latbst advices from the scene of the
railroad accident, near Tarlflyille, Con
necticut, report thirteen dead bodies
removed from tbe wreck, and many more
yet In the ruins." The number of
wounded Is very large. The accident
occurred by the- breaking through ot
trestle, and percipiUtlng an excursion
train of two curs and the engine Into the
A grbat battle Is reported to have
been fought between the Eussians and
Turks on Monday in which the latter
were defeated with terrible loss. At last
aceounts the Turks bad taken up u posi
tion near Philippopolis, ai.d tbe eora
mander ot the Turkish loroes had order-
ad the Inhabitants to leave tho place. The
remnant of tbe only Turkish field army
south of tbe Balkans is in danger of being
annihilated before an armistice can be
concluded. Dispatches agree that the ut
most terror and demoralization prevails
throughout all Turkey. Between Philip
popolis and Constantinople panic-
stricken fugitives tontlnue to crowd to
ward the capital by thousands, and only
a small percentage of them are men
Many thousands are detained at (Jliortu
on account of a receut railw: accident
on the line leading to Constantinople
The Turkish government and English
relief committee have great difficulty to
prevent a wholesale loss ot life from bun
ger and exposure. Dispatches from Con
atantinople say: "Tbe Turks are begin
nlng to fear that the Busaiaus intend to
pustt on to the capital. The defence ot
Adrlanople will probably not be attempt
ed. Remaining Turkish forces will be
rallied here. Some Turks are beginning
to prepare to flee to Broussa.ln Anatolia,
fifty-seven miles southeast ot Constan
THE BXLVEB QUESTION..
Hea. D. W. VtrtaHi' NpWeth before
Uie Called Mtatca kwaate.
The following Is a synopsis ot the great
speech delivered by Hon. D. W. Voor
heei, ot Indiana, on the silver question in
the United States senate on Tuesday last.
iir. Voor nee said i
The agitation of theauestlon of
nance will never cease uutii the people are
satisfied tbe vast debt Is in process ot ex
tinction on tbe principles of justice to the
Uxspiylng laborer, or until, on the other
band, they are subjugated with silent
submission, and tbe government lUcll
becomes changed in form and spirit into
mumeu axiawcracy. Annunciation Is
now the principal weapon used by those
wuo are rangea on mo slue of erasn
I I L. fill I . 1
iuk irrjuiu. mere is, no epittiet
nowerer oase, mat g not
la daily use against all who "ventuie to
believe as 1 do, that to a great extent our
whole financial system is organized crime
against laboring, tax-paying men and
women. The great plea of the present
oour, ior we continuation or wrong and
iniuauce, luai good laun requires It
laoee wno, analog that a monstrous
evu renaea m.tneaws of their country
seek to eradicate It by peaceful hala
tion, are at once and with the utmott
lury Msauitea as violators or the public
faith, of the national honor, and worse,
Upoasible, than oommoo swindlers. This
plea, so loud now in our ears, baa been
invoked in behalf of every wickedness
that eycr cursed the world jtbe ursurper
invoam ii io proieci me in rone ne has
stolca. - At soon as he Is seated, the
tyrant Invokes It to shelter bli prerogative
ana nw noouiry in turo invokes It In
oraer to live In ease, and splendor oil ol
Ihe labor et olbers. Experience has
abart tbe iegal taoden to be the best
tgwoejrtver clreulatad. Every govern -ffient
bond which did not on Iti face
i.rpolitlcaltrty,liany state n -
union, wiuon a -
VTvrr I'M a UUPU wotvitmj
man's letter of 1868. favoring the p
ment of the bonds in the same k' .
money us bought them, nd h' .id of
quenr action in procsrinir tl' , subse.
an .ct for the r,ayment 0' J passage of
which. n eatS, war a - bonds In coin,
ot a solemn nontraf open WP''0T"
torflrt. of not W a"d hltm n
i . " iii,r man nve nunarea inns
, , D' r- Jou . on the staggering Indus,
i U les ot tbe CCiintrv as speculative profits
of the opcrs'tion. In the whole financial
history ot tna civilized world no paralM
can be. f' jund 0 this audacious deed of
brotc'j lailh. deliberate treachery to the
P'Meand national dishonesty. Itstands
ju'i'by Itself, towering hieh above all
'otnmon frauds- and dwarfing them In
comparison with Its own vast proportions.
It will boar the names of those who w
acted It to distant generations amidst
groans and curses, and the lamentations
of those who toil on tend and on sea.
More deeply engraven than any other
will be forever found that ol the secretary
ot the treasury, as author ol what be
himself said constituted the two-fold
crime of repudiation and extortion. Mr.
Voorhees. in support or ins position,
quoted the language of SAator Morton
lu 181J, us iouows:
"A combination of stock-jobbers, as
destitute ot conscience as pirates, and In
spired alone by greed for money, suc
cessfully thundered at these doors and
finally drove this governmeut into the
most stupendous act of bad faith and
leiraliEed robbery ever perpetrated upon
any people since the dawn of history."'
. He next took up the funding act ol
1870, charging that it was the offspring
ot annrehenion. that the work of com
pleting the contract for the payment of
five-twenty nonus niignt not oe quue
complete. Thus it was provided, and
Issued new coin bonds In place ot the
original ones. The amount saved in lt-
terest is trifling when compared with the
loss bv whole transaction, ny tne laws
of March, lseu. ana Juiy. isu.nonusoui-
hUtniinir and atterwarus to ne issued.
were navable in coin, not in gold alone,
nor in silver alone, but .in coin. He
quoted Mr. Sherman in 1869,as explicitly
tuvorine mis view, ine suver uouar
was eliminated from our money system
under cover of falso pretenses.
Mr. Voorhees proceeded to show tliai
of the entire trading ard commercial
population of the earth, moro than four
times as many people have chosen silver
as have chosen gold and more than live
times as many- have cuosen silver as
have chosen gold and silver together.
The laboring claBses desire money plenti
ful, whihi those who wish to fasten their
Idle wealth on tne productions ni moor
clamor for scarce and dear money. It
was in the interest ol the latter powerful
class that silver was demonetized.
He referred to the act ot January 14
1875. for tha resumption of apecie pay
fnents, and said that the law ot February
1873, taking away silver money from the
two Die. and Ilia law ot January, isio.
fixing a (lay, now less than a year, In
advance when ereenDacks snail also per
ish, are twin monsters ot evu, Porn oi
:h Mm. narpnfnarp )" nion miwno
or the destruction ol ail money save
gold. He vividly portrayed the effect
such legislation would have upon
business and labor. He spoke
of the Impossibility of resuming January
1. 1S7U, nd attrtimted tne shrinkage 1
the value of property and universal di
tress to the policy of contraction and
said that during the four years when the
volume of currency averaged a thouand
millions of dollars the business failures
ot ths entire country reached only 2.1C7
less in number than occurred in any
three niontns or tne year lust cioseu
Durlne a period which is now stigma
tized as one of inllation, windows of huii
ncss houses were nut darkened, and bus!
ness men did not go as mourners about
the streets. The lahorer did not go homo
without bread to ris wuo and children
helpless; millions did not cower and
tremble at the approach of winter for
lack of food and shelter. The public
peace was not broken by riotsi in resist
anceto starvaiion wages, lhe courts
were not principally occupied in enforc
ing . collections, forcclosin"' mortgages,
ordering tslieriff sales or in publishing the
destitute and outcast.
' The speaker next turned his attention
to national banks, and said the system of
national banking now in use, Is the most
elaborate and complete scheme for mak
ing the people pay tribute to wealth, in
order to obtain a circulating medium,
ever known in the financial history of
the world. '1 here Is not a dollar in the
hands of the people on which they hav
not paid tax, for the privilege ot having
It put in circulation by the government
The national bank is a middleman be'
tween thegovcrnment'andthe peonle,and
is -enormously paid tor doing what the
government ought to do.
Mr. Voorhees said he represented those
who demanded first, the. restoration of
the sliver dollar exactly as it stood before
it was touched by tne act ot ebruary
187J. They deBire it snail hare un
limited coinage, not tearing it will be
come too plenty for their wants and that
it be made full legal tender, believing 1(
is as good now with which to pay all
debts, public and private, as It was during
eignry-one years or American history ;
second, tha repeal unconditionally of the
act of January 14, 1875, compelling the
resumption ol specie payments on Janu
ary 1, 187D, holding that the question ot
a return to a specie basis for our currency
should be controlled entirely by the
business interests ot thecouutry.- They
uo noi ucneve mat ine country should
dc araggcu turougn the depths ot rnin
wretchedness and degradation in ordei
to reach a gold standard tor tho benefit
alone ot the Income classes ; tblrd,that the
nauunai Dunning system ue removed and
a circulating medium provided by the
Kovcrumeni ior tne people witnout tax
ing them for the privilege of obtaining it
aud they asK that the amount thus placed
in emulation shall bear reasonable and
juuicious proportion to the business
transactions and population ot the United
States ; fourth, that currency authorized
and circulated on authority of the irov
eminent shall be made legal tender in
payment oi an debts, public and private
including all dues to the iroverninptit.
well knowing that It will be at car with
gold, or, mere likely, at a premium over
it; nun. tnat Hereafter tbe financial
policy of the country be framed perma
nently In their Interest.that they shall net
ne oifcnminated against In future legls
latien, at in the past, and that their proa
perity, and not a mere growth ot in
come to retired capitalists, shall be the
primary duty of the government.
In conclusion, Mr. Voorhees quoted
from articles he bad noted in certain
eastern newspaper! In regard to the
rights of bondholders, the duty of the
laboring classes and of the policy that
snouid be pursued by capitalists to
."rv.,1. this m
ha i-nttviliseu "
k.m will hbua ."y, ana wo nresoi
"H? iyZ vV' '"hifalii, as tl.ey die
a hoiulrW V urs ago. lu defence nf th
natural ruts ol man. (Applause la r A
Kuiicj-j ajay uie wisdom i
lath'rs, and the benignity uf ' . our
a: erf such an Issue ; but if, I jiir God,
11 Infatuation has scizeC ' , shall come,
result will only add, jUr councils, the
the long catalog M more instance to
folly, where ' j0f human crime and
leaps itsoit ftrWf ambition, over
rob 0 t and n its unholy attempt to
W .,ers of Its possessions, loses lta
.." (Great applause in the galleries).
The edition cf 1S78 ol the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as Hostett r.l Alma
use, is now ready, and may bo obtained
free of cost, of dnig.rts and general
c ountry dealers In all paiis of the United
States ami British Ameiica. und Indeed
In every civilized portion of tho Western
Hemisphere. Il combines, with the.
soundest practical advice lor the preser
vation an J restorat ion ol health, a large
amount of inten-silng and amusing light
reading, and tho calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared v ith great care,
and will be lound entirely accurate. The
issue of Hosteller's Alin.mai! for 1878, In
tlie English, German, Frenrh, Welsh,
Not wegieii, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will in all proba
bility be the largest edition of a medical
work ever puhllhed In any country, Tho
proprietors, Messrs. Hostettrr & Smith,
I'lUhDurg, ra., on receipt oi a iwo cern.
amp ill forward a copy oy man to
ny pel .son u ho cannot procure one in
ftOTlt'E TO COSIHACTORS1.
Office of City Ci.krk,
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 8, 1878.
Realed nroDoeals will be received at this
(mice, directed to tne city council oi siro.
Illinois, until 0 o ciocs mesuay evening,
Februarv lUtn. a. jj. ia.3, lonaeconsiruo-
tion of a one span iron bridge, together
with tho approaches or abutments and
foundation, across Cache river, about one
aud one-'iail miles from Mound City rail
road depot, and four miles north of the oity
of Cairo, in the counties of Alexander and
'ulahkl. state oi Illinois, accorainz to in
Inns aud specifications prepared ty John
'. Hi.lv. Ea.. C. K.. now on tile and tub-
act to examination in this oll'ce.the speci-
ticttlioDs of which are as follows, viz :
Said bridge and tresUe work to be made
up ol eighteen (lt) openings ol eighteen (18)
feet Irom centre to centre ot po,ts,and one
span ot one nmured (lot)) feet across tne
The one hundred (100) feet span ti bo of
Iron, aud so proportioned mat a load oi ten
(lu) ivns dibtiibuteJ over twenty (M) lineal
loot at tne centre O' tne Bpan, auaii not
strain the lrou over twelve tnousand
(12.UU0) pounds per square inch tensile, or
over seven thousand live hundred (7 500)
pounds per square inun sneanng strain
tho strain in compression to be in at,
lea-t in tbe proportion to tne ratio or
length to diameter, by Uordon't formula.
Tlie snan ol saiu oriuire to ne one nun
-ed (USD feet in the clear and tbe roadway
twelve (U) fect wide.
Tna Uoor to do oi wuite oaK uuua two
and one-half (2j) loc-hea thick and uot over
twelve (12) inches wide.
The floor beams to be of white oak and in
nroDortlon to tbe balance of the one bun'
dieu (ICO) feet span structure, and also to
be provided with a suitable axle guard.
Ths above to rest upon iron columns pro
portioned to tne structure to be supported,
tlie columns at eacn enu oi me uem or iron
snan to be placed on a mud sill 11X1 twen
ty (20) feet long morticed and tenoned to a
sunicientnumucr oi vruiie oat piien, urn
lv drIWA, Into ,h nvpr r,rir .
The bents to he lonned ot four posts 10XP'
Inches square, the two inner parts to stand
perpendicular and tne two outer parts to
tie iraiueo anu sianu at a uauer oi one in
eiL'ht. The cap and sill ol the bents to be
IZWi incn uiuare tnaoer, tae caps to be
twenty CM feet long, and the sills to pro
ject on each end two Icet past the outer
eogo oi tne outside posw. l ne posts to be
morticed and tenoned into tne caps and sills.
aud each tenon to be pinned with two
tbree-qdarter () inch square iron pirs, and
each bent to lie braced by two dlagona1
braves or 1232 inch plank, well fitted and
spiked on caps, posts and sills.
The bents to rest or stand upon four mud
sills 12X12 luetics and eterht (B) feet long set
in the ground and placed on the alignment
The carriage way of the trestlework to
be sixteen (lti) feet wide, the Uoor nlank
io be tbiee (U) inches and not over twelve
(lv) mcbes wide, and to be well spiked on
to tne siriDgers ana noor ocams.
Tlie floor beams to he made up as follows
two (2) stringers of 8X12 Inches set on the
caps and sixieen (10) leet apart from out-
slue to ouislda. l lie epace between said
stringers to be eiislly divided for seven
(7) beams of 3X12 inebes each and eachset
ot Moor beams orsoans to Dave three (3) sets
ot herriuboua bridging o 2X1 inch scant
ling. The stringeis and floor beams to rest at
least six (Oi inches on tbe caps.
The stringers to connect by half joints
and to bo fastened to the caps by one inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen (18) inches,
A railing or ballasters four (4) feet hiirh
to be constructed on each side of above dis
cribed trestlework. The posts to be 4X6
iucd cieesanu uraceaon ine capB and fasten
ed on to the stringers by two (2) one-half
inch bolls. The part to be six (6) feet
apsrr; me nana rail Inebes, and an
axle guard pf 2X12 inches, all well fastened
on to tbe posts.
All of the above timbers to be ot white
or burr oak of best quality, and
ine wore uone in a thorough and work
manlike manner, and under the supervision
of sunn norann th .nmmi,tn b,aa,u
or the city souncil ot the city of Cairo mav
The approaches to above trestlework and
Dridge to be of earth and with a slope of
uui mure iuu one in ten and not less than
sixteen (10) fect wide on lop, with a slope
to the base of one in two, Seperate bids
will be received for iron spun, including
abutments aud foundation, for the wnndn
trestle portion of said bridge, and for ths
earthen- approaches, or for the entire
The right to reject any or all bids, Is re.
J. a. f HILI.18.
did. City Cleik
Report of the condition of the City
National Baik, at Cairo, In the Stato of
Illinois, at Ud close of business, Deo. 28,
1877.' -' 1
Loans and dscounts. $224,101 18
U. a. Bonds secure circula
tion 60,000 00
. 8. Bouds n hand 9.100 00
Other stocksjbonds and mort
gages 'iWi ou
Due irom apiroy-
eu reserve tgts..s 77,oi3 w
Due from othtr na
tional bank!... .. 13,130 69
Due from ststc
banks & backers 3,453 30-94,213 43
Real estate, furniture and fix
tures 30.000 66
Current expeusus and taxes
paid 4.88U M2
Checks and ether .
cash items S 3.821 39
Bills ot other baaks 7,302 00
nickels) 613 68
: gold treasury cer-
, tiflcates 3.844 00
Legal tender tctes. 21,000 00-35,871 06
Redemption rmawun u. a.
treasurer rs )er cent, oi cir
culation) 2,250 00
Due Irom U.8 treasurcr.otnor
than K npr r-nt. redemDtlOU
fund...!....- 2.095 05
Alexander County Bank
REPORT OF TUE CONDITIO OF THE XLEX'
ANDER COUXTV BSSIK OF CAIRO, I1.L.,
AT THE CLOSE OF I1US1.NESS,
JAN. 7tu, 1878.
Loans and discounts... $48,264 71
iue irom uaiiKS 8. Villi 20
Cash on hand.: 31,042 C4 42,748
uutnt and furniture... " 6,000 00
lotal , $06,013 60
Capital stock paid in $25,000 00
Awposiia 08,200 32
blurplus lund '2,763 28
fotal $96,013 60
we, . uross, president, and II. Weils,
cashier ot tho above named bank, do
aoieraniy awcar tnat the above statement
, fPt? t0 the ot our knowledge and
. . F. Dross,
u. w klls, uasbltr. i'rcsldcut
Subscribed and iworn to before me this
8th Street and Commercial Ave.
, T r I
s CD je nan 'm s9
Goods, Soots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats atfd Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
aeon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLliNb, blind.
INGSJfLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS.
line of Carpels, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
asks; Lidies' and Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Gent's Boot
This stoek is entirely New and Fresh.
O.ir Strwilf cmhruiwa Avnrvthlnir nmdil In the Cltv i
Goods. TWase s:lve us a'call, examine our goods arrd nrlces before you boy.
Special attention given to Country trade,
the City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
Total - $47C,3'24 73
Capital stock f aid in $100,000 00
surplus iuna o,vw uu
Undivided pnflu 46,064 07
Vat Inn si Kaik notes out-
sub ect tocaet K,-2JU,ou.t
Due to other Ja-
Diifl to State Banks
and bankers 23,298 76-209.380 00
Total $470,324 73
State ot Illinois, county of Alexander, ss,
I, W. Uyslop, cashltr of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to tbe best of my
knowledge and lelief.
W, Htslop, cashier,
Subscribed an9 iworn to before mo this
10th day ol January, 1878.
II, IlJ Candeb, notary public,
R. II. CUNNIKOBAll,)
G. D. Villumson, Directors.
II. L. Lalliday, j
B. F. Blake
Paints, oks. Varnishes
Tall Paper, Window Glass, Wis
aow Hoaaei, o.
Always on baad, the oeltbrated tllnmlutl
Corner BlevenUi Street and Waaht
MAN UFACTUBER AKD DEALER LN
Mr. Block desires ts call tbe attention ot
the Fublio to the fact that be has al
ways on hand a large, new and tasbienabie
stock of ready-madj custom Boots and
enoes woicn ne win nil at
TUE LOTOT 'PRICES.
Can Be Beautiful
IT Pyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. O D.
Old flats Madi New.
9To. 80, Eighth Street
JUa AaTM, at. u
1 C::: Cssnl
St. Louis, Mo
raoa. A. KICK. A. X. 1. L. B..
JAB. SIC, A. n., rnncipaie
J. H. HTJKW00D,,
FULL LIFE SCHQLAHSMPi S81 00
Tl rO&T OoinnleU!. Thorough and
iYL cour of Mudy in Uie Uuiil
very yutiDK "ll,n t'i"
1 U I I
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
'Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Faints-Ill Colors Rsady for tb hi
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
lea Ol life
For niuitratcd Circular,
A. BICE. A.
M., L. 11..
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholetal sad BeUul Dealan in
Foreign and Domestic
L I Q UO R S
WINES OF Alili KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
a yTKSSRS. PMTTQ A CO.. hart constantly
IYL lrg stock of the beat goods is Uie mr
ket. and KiveexpeolU attention to the Whole.
ale braiieh of the business.
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ten, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offloeon whan boit. foot of Sixth itreet."
Office of HaUlday Brothers, opposite St.
mariee Hotel. '
Kgypban Mills, Twentieth street.
toai uump, root of JHIrty-elgnCh street, or
roil umce drawer aw
City HatloBilBankBallillDg, np.sialts.
Tee Oldest Eiubllslied Agtnoy la floathcra
Illinois, sad rtprantlnf 0Tr
165 OOO OOO
Saloon and Restaurant
TUB BEST OP
. WINES, LIQUORS, MO CIGARS
Constantly on band. Also has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of -
OfiAUQES, APPLES, ETC,
At WbeUtai and lUtail.
M the Old Dalmonico Hotel,
S-im No, OS Ohio Levee
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test 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.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and . i i not to
Leak. Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tha best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pomp.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynos' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, .andDeCinclion's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Last week I bought a 10 cent package or Wasliine ami done idv waalilng fnoiie ball
Uie usual time at les than ball tbe coMt ot Soap. My clotlies were wblier. I did not
nave to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolonH, and fpr once I was enabiud to l'i-i a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles tiy it, and you will save lubor.tkue and money. It is
perfectly safe to use it. mum a.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Br. Woods' Fever PaII
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-- SSSS09
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, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All TTiA -.0 A 1 m a . ii
aii jxiiius ui Aiiuauaus x ree to ah
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria Elng, 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
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pore Imported Bay Hum, Splendld'Canada Tar
Soap EnglUk and American Soapn- Fin Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
nal Bottles or in Broken Quanti
ties as wanted at low prices.
Buy Yovlt Bpocd
At Borclayo' Drug Sioro.