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OAIRO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. f.,n
KVtB Odd-reUowi' Hull on the in BBil third
iiU) in tTry month, at hi-P" "
A. Com in
.A- Hold rwniUr oommonimtiont InlkU
jUltnnir UbII, corner Commercial Jo
T Xnd Kijchih atretrt, on the Broond and
'mirth UodiUt of each month.
COKGREWMAN nCRTZKLL Will BCCept
thank tor recent lor.
John MoRRisii U lmprovlng, and hu
phytcluna think he will rocovcr.
Thb Democrat! ol the Maryland k'tfla
Mature have nominated Jas. B. Oroorae
tor United tatei senator,
Thb temperance mania seem to have
pMiptratcd every nook and corner of tlila
atate,' and alnot ererv town ol im
ponauoc naa Hi reform cIub and ruling
Thi Memphis municipil election took
place on Thursday, and resulted In the
re-election of John R. Fllpien, citizens
candidate, by about one thousand major
ity over John Johnton, regular Dem
FiDCCaH, an obscure and out 0! the
way village located on the Ohio, river
aomewhere between Cairo and Clncln
nut), wants a customhouse, and con
jf res U to be etliioned to make an ap
proprlatlon to ouild one.
Tbb course to be pursued by England
with reference to the eastern war depends
upon the conditions ol peace to' be de
manded by Russia. II Russia Is too severe
In her demands, then It is considered al
most certain that EngUud will interfere,
and a war with Russia will Inevitably
Since the adoption of the ne w law re
eulaiing the practice ol medicine in this
state, between six and seven hundred
ouacks have been driveu from the pract
Ice and forced to seek ntber folds ol optr"
atlon. The board of health regards it at
certain that be lore the end of another
year at I ast 1,200 to 1,500 more will be
forced to emigrate.
It Is said the Indian Territory is to be
divided ; a new territory to bo called
Oklahama is to be formed. A Washings
ton correspondent says this Is a scheme
to place 23.000,000 acres ot the best land
In the territory in the hands ot three rail
road corporations. The Indians oppose
the scheme, and have sent their repre
senlatlves to Washington to oppose it.
The Jonesboro Qauttt says: "In con
versation with Mr. SmifhoM, roi ,
and Mr. Johnson, gene ral manager of the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad, we received
the information that trains would be run
Into Cairo soon, probably within a month,
when more trains will be put on the road.
Mr. Smlthers has removed from New
York to Louisville, Ky. He It also re
ceiver ol the Paducab and Memphis rail
toad, and will elve special attention to
these two roads."
VOMMISSIOKBB ivAUM was ueiure lue
ways ana means cowiuiuee 01 iuc uuum:
on Thursday to argue in opposition to
the proposed reduction of the tax on to
bacco and on whUky, and the Imposi
tion ot an Income tax. Mr. Raura ob
jects to 1 he reduction of the tax on to
bacco particularly because It is nothing
but a luxury. lie advocated, above all
things, that whatever was done be done
speedily, staling that the agitation was
Impeding Industry and decreasing the
Reports Irom sdl parts of Southern
niluois ore to the (fleet that ao far the
prospects for an abundant fruit crop
never was better at this season of the
year. The recent cold weather did not
Injure it ia the lease, and with a favorable
season from this on the crop will be
enormous. The wheat is la excellent
condition, with every prospect for an
abundant yield. The acreage sown in
tills portion of the state Is prebaps thirty
per cent, larger titan ever before.
Tue Newlork Tribune ol a recent
Avjb publishes a lengthy letter from
Thurlow Weed, from which we copy the
1 will not permit myseli to believe that
Nw York bankers, even uuder the
stimulus 01 1 o iew lorn press, are so
infaiuuted as to carry their threats con
earning western loans into t fleet. Wo
have been compelled tor a long lime to
pay lor biikb, cuaropagne, cigars, etc., in
gold. Ibis ta bad enough, but the
grinding process nau neiu-r stop liere
Xber are causes enough already at work
to deprive 'ew York of the business ol
the west, without a combination ol bank
ers. egged on by the press, to refune
western loans unless payment In gold la
'nominated In the bond." New Orleans,
Charleston, Baltimore and Philadelphia,
whb the laws of climate and distance in
their favor, are actively competing for
me business so lung monopoiiawi t
Hew York And to-day the Tribunt an
nounces the establishment of a line of
steamers between Portland and Qlagow,
connecting with the Canadian Grand
Trunk mil way. Conlronted with such
mntualltk is this a time to threaten
the west with exactions which mar dls-
irnpt our business relations with those to
whom we must look, and upon whom we
must rely, tor future growth and pros
prrltyf If our capital Is relused. the
west will find u elsewhere. But If new
channels invite, and new outlets and out
look witnaraw western ousiness from
Mew Tork. where, and how. ahall we In
iBmnlt out lva ftar allanatlaa' a rirton
kmfltW la rxfnt. snore rSDid In srrowth.
tod richer la resooroe, liuut any other
rrooa 01 oar ajwiaeot r .
Tub government bas Instituted suit
ajralnst John McArthur, late postmaster
of Chicago, and his bondsmen lor $300,
000, the sum In which his account show
him to bo short The bondsmen Bet up
an answer which alleges that the govern,
ment was cognizant ol and approved tiie
deposit by McArthur ol funds in banks,
and that the auretiea are not, therefore,
liable for the amount lost by the failuie
of any bauk In wbih funds were de
posited ; also that the postmaster general
knew three years ago that McArthur
was taking fui.ds from the department
for his private business, and knew that
he was then practically a deaulter, and
that he having failed to begin suit then
they cannot be held liable for the poet
miister-genural's neglect ot duly.
rftOGHEtfeOF TUB TVAB.
TUB Rl) ASIANS BKFOKE pniLIPPOPOI.13.
London, January 17. The Colojrnc
Oaeette has a special which says the Kus
Mlans are Delure I'liil ppopolis, that but
tie Is Imminent and that torelgn consular
repr sentailves had demanded suspen
sion ot arms lor 24 hours to send awny
A tlUpntch says Suleiman Paslia after
llghilnghiswaylrora rata--Buzardjik to
rhillppi'polis found the Russians there
in great lorce and fought a de'perale
battle Tuesday, finally succeeding in
clearing the road to Adrlanoplo and con
linuinsf the retreat thither,
A Vitnna correspondent telegraphs :
The porle has abandoned hope ol
Suleiman FaMia belnif ablo to rertcli
Adrianople, and the Turks are preparing
THE SPOILS OF gcni!ir.
The olllcml account ol the capture ot
Sriilpka puns gtates that tour puslius, 280
olllcers, 25,000 prisoners and 81 guns
were cap.ured. luslnn loss In killed
and wounded was 5,464 men.
The Russian vanguard has occupied
Ekl Siigtira nnd.Yenl Siighra, which
were evacuated and nurneu by niiuul
tants. Gen. hkonelefl has captured i iitnr
Bazardjik and vetrenowa,
Cattaroa, Jan. 17. The Montene
grins have entered Dulcino without re
Bklgrapr, Jan. 17. rrince MJan has
telegraphed th student's legion that he
will not entertain the tlmutrlic of p -Hre
until he has captureu rn.vin.
Is a recent article on the subject ot the
trade of trie United States with foreign
countries, the Philadelphia Press gives
tue following Interesting statistics:
The commerce of the United States
with Brazil Is yearly becoming more im
portaut. lu 1877 the imports Irom iliat
country luto the Lulled stales were $4.1,
408,041, and the exports thither S7, JJS,-
Ho. making a total of $51,990,150. The
more rapid the means of Intercourse be
tween the two countries the more exten
sive will be their commercial relations.
Lines of Ateamers will give us a huge
part ot the trade that now goes to bug
land. Someot the produce and uia.iu
lactures ol Mrazll now nud their wy
here by ttriti-h steamers, via bntrland
Where ilicputch is necessary steamers su
persede sailing vessels. This is the case in
the British trade with Turkey, two-thirds
of which Is now carried on by larue
inercantlleBteamers. When In the United
States the emperor ol Brazil trequently
expressed his desire for a more direct
trulHc on our part with his country. His
government cordially co-operated In the
centennial that a better Idea might be
given of Brazilian resources.
With Italy the total valim of out com.
inerco amounts to $13.669 Ml. Since the
formation ol steam trading lln.s it has
been steadily growing. Rapid transit to
Cuba has developed the trade to that
$,17,000,000; with China ot over $14,000,-
000; with the Uniiea Kingdom anout
$500,000,000; with France nearly $100,-
000.000; wlih Germany nearly $100,
000.000; with Mexico. $20 000.000;
with British East Indies, $23,000,000; w ith
Canada. Nova Scotia, etc., $57,000,0(10.
With Chill our total trade Is about $3,-
000.000; with the Argentine Republic,
$5,000,000. Other countries show equal
ly lavorable results. A correspondent ol
the New York Timet, describing an in
terview with the kinit of Spain, says that
his majesty, while expressing his gratifica
tion at the present siaieof trade with the
United States, asked when there would
b-t American steamers running Irom San
Fisncisco to Siara;that he hoped lor a
rapid increase ot commerce between the
two nations; that many ot the American
manufactures were wanted In Slam, and
we could obtain rice at a lower figure
than we are now paying. This Is the
feeling entertained to us all oyer the
world. All nations desire to enter Into
more intimate relations.
A Temporary Quiet.
KroraUic Chicago Timw. '
There are at this time in Texas, at vari
ous points on and near the KioGraude,
no le than i 2b6 Lut ed Slates soldiers.
It Is not surprising that the presence 01
so large a force has had some effect lu
discouraging the inroads of marauding
greasers, wbo nave uutlt recently uadal
most unrestricted freedom lu rubbing
ranches near the river. The thieves are
doubtless well informed as to the, Increase
ol the army In that region, and since they
are inclined to be caretul ot their necks,
they will continue their depredations to
such districts as arc but weakly guarded
or wuony unoccupied, it Is not to be
expected that this temporary Intel-
ruption ot the ordinary Industry ol
the greasers will produce anv
material Improvement In the condition of
tiiu country on the American side ol the
river. People who might be inclined to
settle there under permanent conditions
ot security, know that nothing ot the
kind can grow out ol the present situ
ation. W hlle the line ot the Rio Grande
is watched and ratrolcl bv a strong
military lorce, there will be few Incurs
The moment the troops are withdrawn
ior service eisewncre, as they may be at
any moment when a riot breaks out at
the north or an Indian row alarms the
west, the old system ol brigandage will
be re-established with renewed vigor. To
guarantee security mat would encourage
efforts to develop the resources of the
country, a permanent frontier
guard of eight or ten thousand
men would perhaps lie necessary,
for the temptation to thieves and the ails
.Acuity ol protection against them would
00 increamju oy everv addition to the
movable property near the Dorder. The
pracucHi qu. stions lor the people ami
congress now to deride arc: Shall such
permanent guara be established and
maintained at an annual cost ot eight or
ten millions dollars? Or shall the coun
try within flity miles ol the river be
wholly abandoned by the government,
'caving people who choomt to nceupv It.
to no fo at tlwlr own risk? Or shall the
uounoiry irseir do removed to a line
wmcn win oner no facilities lor origan
dsge. and which, being watched by na
tional soldiers for a few vears. mav lw
I afterward left to the sell Or lending csp-
seltv of the populous ar,d
I eommanltlet which would speedily and
t vrnMiuy bttow up suobb; sucn a iimr
Tim Rouor OoKOK.--Theprogresiof
many a hrlght'aod promising scholar Is
often arrested and discouragement
brought on by absence front ichool.cous
ed in so many cases by a coupli, cold or
sore tlu-out. Give Dr. Mull's Cough
Syrup and let your children answer
"present," when the roll Is called.
The edition of 1878 ot the sterling Medi
cal Annual, kuown as Hostethr.l Alma
nuc, Is now ready, and may be obtained
froe of en!, of druggists nud general
country dealers In all pans ol the United
Slates and British America, nnd Indeed
In every civilized portion ( iIm Western
llemlnpheru. Ii ci..lw. wlih the
soundest practical udvie tor the presen.
vatlon an. 1 restoration ol health, a large
nmount ot interesting ami amusing light
rending nnd the calendar, astronomical
ueuis, etc., are prepared with Kreat care,
and will belonnd entirely accurate. The
issue of Hootetter's Almanac lor lTS, in
the English, German, French, WVlfh,
Norwegien, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
mill ,SmiiWi languages, will In all proba
bility be the largest edition of a uiedjeal
work ever publihed In any country. The
proprietors, Me?sra.lIostuttrr & Smith,
ittsuurg. 1'a., on receipt 01 a iwo cent
stamp will forward a copy uy man to
sny pel son who cannot procnie one In
.e that your child mods with no
neglect; when sick, ue for tlie diseases
ol babyhood Dr. Bull's baby syrup ; it
never disappoints. 25 cents,
vol in: 1 o 1'O.H 1 racturs.
OWICT. Of ClTV Cl.KRK, 1
C'.'lro, Hi",, Jan, 1), lKTlf, J
Sealed iru'jo.'ilt v ill ba received at this
f tliiw, tirreete l f Hie eily counellof Ciro,
llilnoiK, unm .1 0 ' 1 iiesiiuy evening,
Kebruiry Una. .Vi, 187;, tor the construc
tion 01 a t no i.pjm iron uridye, together
who '.tie approaches or auutmt'QU aou
ton iidittion, across Cache riyer, ahout one
ami one- aii ujiio irom jiouiiu City rai
road ucnot, aud four tuilus north ol lliecitv
of Cairo, io tue counties of Alrxnnder and
I'uiasKi, HiatB 01 ininoix, according 10 the
1ihd3 uud Npei-m.-aiions prepared iy J -tin
i Uuiy, Kq.,'U. E., now on tile and tub-
jptto exutninatinn in this o(llc8,the peci
Ui-.-inniiN 01 wuirn are a-i louow.t. viz:
Said briilL's nnd trestle woik 10 be made
up of eighteen (IM) op. Dings ol tlulit cn(f)
lei-i imui centre 10 cenire ot po'i.-.anu one
pan ol one litiiured (I jo) leet aoro-M the
The one hundred ('.Ooj ki-t pin 1 1 ba o(
'ron, aud m proportioned thutu loa I ot ten
(10) toim din ibuted ovr lwcily )) lineai
luet at tliu uentro of fiu s an, slt.nl cot
htrulu the lion over twelve tnoiand
(l'i im;U) pounds per stjuure inch tensile, or
over seven thou.utnl nve hundred (7 0 K)j
piiiiuda per Mjuare Inch fUe-trlntr Htrttiu
tbo i-trnin in compres. icn to tie in 'at,
lua-t In the proponlon to th? ratio of
lenirtu to dliiuit-ttr, by Uorduii fm inula.
Tue fiiaii ol saiJ bridge to be one t.un-
d'ed (loo) leet in the tlearim Itlic rotdway
twelve (l'i I (ect ivide.
'I'liti floor to lie ot white onk plank two
and oi.e-litilt inches tblck aud not over
twelve ii) Inches wide.
llio floor beaun to be of whitt) Pak and lo
nroixtrilon to the btilaniv ol toe one liun'
dteu(lHi) lettspaa structure, and "No to
he provided will) a mil.tble axle (junta.
The ub ve to ret upon iron columns pro-
portioned lothu otructnre to be supported,
ilic columusut euch tnu 0! toe limit or iron
Minn to be nlacedon a ruud m'I l-.ili.vweii
ly l'5l) leet long morticed utni tcuonud to a
KUincientnunioer 01 wauo oaa pues, nnu
ly driven into the river bank,
The bents tob lormedoltoiirnosLsl'jXI
Inches square, the iwo inner parts to viand
nornendicuiar suu tne two outer tiuruu
tilt iramed and stuod at batter of one lu
eltrlit. The cap and Hill ol tbe bents t be
12X12 Imitl aouare timber, tie caps to be
twenty (2) leet long, and the sills to pro
jccloneucli end two tea piK the outer
eiie of tlio 0111 side po:ts. I lie post" to be
mo tiuedauu tcuoned mio tneeiips una biiih,
and each tenon to be pinned with two
three quarter (j) Inch xju-iro iron pirn, and
eacn lieu 1 to ne nraceu oy iwo uiHtrouui
HDiked on cups, pout aud sills,
1 ne uennt 10 Ten or hi aou u ion tour mua
sills 12X12 Inches and e'xht (8) leet long bet
in the ground and placed on tliu alignment
or me worK.
The carriage way of the :trctlework to
besixteen (1h) leet wide, tbe floor nlunk
0 ne mice (ai inencs ana not over twelve
(1?) inebes wide, arid to be well (.piked on
10 tne stringers anu noor Deatn.
Tue floor beams to be mtdeuoBH follow
two (2) stringent of 8.V12 inehet btt on the
caps and sixteen Hi) leet apart Irom out
side to outside. The i-pice between said
stringen to be enutlly divided for feven
(7) beams of 8X12 Incbes each and each be
ot floor beams or spans to have three (.") Mete
ol her.iuktboni bridging ot 2X1 inch tcant-
T he stringers nnd floor beams to reat at
let tlx (U) inches on the ctipn.
ne Btriiiirers to connect by naif Jo'nts
ana 10 ne intleoeu to me capn l-y one incn
round spikea or bolts eighteen (in) inches
A raiiiDg or banisters four 4) feet bii.'li
It he constructed on each side ol above din.
cribfd trei-tlework. '1 be posts to be 4X0
men oieemt-u uraccaon tne cupn ana fasten-
eu 00 10 iae s:ingers by two (2) one-ball
inch boiis. Tbe part to be six (II) feet
apir : the band rail 2X4 Inchen. and an
axle guard of 2X12 iochas, all well listened
on to tne posts.
ah 01 me anove umbers to be ot white
or burr oak of best qua llty, and
tbs work done In a iborouub and work
manlike m inner, and under the superv ision
ot sur.n p-rsou an the commuteo on streets
orine city soudcu 01 tne city ot Cairo msv
Tbe approaches to above troht ework and
nriot-e to tie 01 eattb and wttn a slope
not more than one in ten and not le-a than
sixteen (16) leet wide 00 top, with a slope
10 me Due 01 one in two, seperate bid
win be received for iron span, including
abutments and foundation, for the wooden
treatle portion of said bridge, and for the
earthen approaches, or for the entire
"'lie rlchl to re leet anv or all bids, ia re.
servcu, j. u. r nit. us,
did. City Clink.
I'annunently oared no bumhufr by one
month's usskc of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit l'owders. To convince sulfaren
that these powders will do all we slaiin fm
them, we will send tbein by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard it
the only pbyHlvian that has tver made ttm
dieae a special study, and as to oui
knowledge thousands bars been perma
nently cured by tbe use of these powd jrs,
we will gaarantee a permanent cure ir
very cae. or retund you all money ex
pended. All suflVrera should give these
l'owders an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for large bos, 4)3, or 1 boxos ioi
10, ient by mall to any part oi United
States or Canada on receipt of price, or bv
express, C. U, D. Addresn,
ASH & BOBBINS.
860 rulton Siratt. Br .oklyn, N. V.
At ts'.AMERIO AN POWDER CO.
(7 Ohio LftTOO.
OUR MOTTO: " Tha Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave
SW- HQ 3X CD JE UGH
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coi3ees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
INGS, FLANNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
A full line of Carpets, Mattings,
asks, Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
' This stock ia entirely New and Fresh.
O.ir Stock embraces everythlns; needed In
uoous. nense ifive us a ani. examine our
Iteporf of tho condition ol the City
National Hunk, at Cairo, in the State of
Illinois, at the close ot business, Dnc. 28,
Loans and discounts $221,101 13
U. S. lloiuls to secure circula
tion G0.000 09
U. f. llonds on hand 9.100 00
Other stocks, bonds and inort-
Kiibcs 23,812 60
Duu irom uiurov
tdreteneaats..$ 77,623 49
Due troiu other na
tional bank 13,136 M
Due fnnii state
baoksA bankers 3,453 30-91,213 48
Real estate, furniture and fix
tures 30.000 6,1
Curruut expenses and taxes
tmld .m S3
Checks nnd oilier
cash items $ 3 821 39
Rills ot oilier banks 7,302 00
nickels) S18 6G
ifold treasury cer
tificates 2.S44 00
Legal tender notes. 21,000 00 35.S71 05
Uedemption nina wim u. o.
treasurer '.i ner cent, oi cir-
culaiion) : 2,250 00
Due Irom L'.S. trea-urer.other
than ft per cent, redemption
fund 2,005 03
Total fm,m 73
Capital stock paid in $11)0.000 00
Surplus fuud 25.0IX) 00
Undivided proms Vvttt u
National B ink. notes out
standing ii,iw n
sub ect to check, 23U,a3j W
Due lo other Ka-
lional Banks o.774bj
Due to State Banks
and bankers 23,200 70-250.360 C6
ivi 4TR.:t-24 73
oiaie oi iViVr'ois7 county oi Alexander, n.
I, W. Hyslop, cashier of the above
named bsnk, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is trim to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
V. IlysLor, cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
10th day ot January, 1878.
II, II. Candepi, notary public.
R. II. CUNNINGHAM,)
U. I). Williamson, Directors.
11. L. Halliday, J
B. F. Slake
?aints, Oils, Varnishes'
S7all Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o,
4.1wji oo hand) the oelbnted lUumtnati
Oornsr EWyenth Street and Washt
MASUFACTURER AND DEALER I
Mr. Block desires to call tbe attention ol
the Publio'to ibe lactthat ne has al
ways on band a lartre, new and tasblonahie
lock of ready-made custom Boots and
Shoes which be will bell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call Ob Him At '
mew st m i hi atj.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Pyed or Be-
paired at a Trif
Mii a:i Cents1
O. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
No. 80, Eighth Street.
ujttfr AnTrtll. IOO niuml
it to loot Annti, Atiarr b, t
to XkmI AjranU. Anitrr b t
ill opVTUh 11, Ult )U
Goods at the Lowest P'rfc
Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam
Children's Shoes, Gent's Boot
Special attention Clven to Country trade.
the City or Country. In Groceries or Dry
irooas anu prices wmro jh uuj.
ill Ifo Imm
St. Louis, Mo.
TH08. A. KICE, A. M. L. I. B.,
JAB. U1UK, h. m.,
i, H. HUBWO0D, ,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP.' $81
MOST C'liiirili'tf, I iK'fuuKti t.r, I l'i .a .ia
roiirs,' ot MU'ly iu tliu lluiti'd m,.u -.-i.
(fur- ludiiiiFitilef every yyi in I it.;-. tn
lipr'tlna " Ihc w ol Ufu,
for IUmtrate4 Cirtvls',
TH03.A. IllCE. A. M., I.. !..
l lttlllB D1lAL.U-
i R. SIblYTH & CO.,
Wholi'Ml snl ltotidl OodIvm In
Foreign and Somestio
OF AL.I. lil'DS.
MESSKS. kMTTH CO., hp.v put intly
larne stock ol tb I ful good lu die " nr
ket, and nivce-'pecill ullenlluj tu tie Wliiile
vslp liranrh of the businf .n.
Or dor a for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uaiform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
(Ifllceoo whsrt liont. foot of 8ixth Itrei-t. "
Oilica ot llalllday Urutbtn, oinKwite St.
Kgyplun Mill. Twentieth street,
toul Dump, foot of l liirty-eigntli elrfl, or
City Katlonil Bank BulUlng, up.mtlii,
Ta OMwt FiinWUhcil Aftnrj in Hoaihrm
llllnoli, and reprtueniinK OT'
Saloon and Restaurant.
TUB BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Cormantly on band. Alio Iirh comtnntly
on liiuid a
Largo Supply of
0RAHGE3. APPLES, ETC.,
At Vholtol and Rtall.
M the Old Delmonico Hotel,
S-im Ho, G8 Ohio 1tco
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR, .
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
MIIMIWBMaWWIIlMl MalMl alMaMWIWlleriMaTrr-
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-Ill; ote-fcsJj fur tie Brush .
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, ITcatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Gils.
ThoKlgti tu n? Can
Tho Only Pertcot Cau
thi World. UxiQ of GUS3
and rot to
LenUi Corrodo or Break.
5f &9 family Bhould have
OIL TANKS and
Tli3 b&st in Use. Patent Dome
and Mcasurirm Forco Pumn.
.Manufactured by Wilson and
Evedcn. Wo sell at their pricei
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' 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.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"La't week I liouthtsiOccntpaAseof Wttshine ind donc'wy wa.blng In one cull
ttia Ubum tiino al le c tlmn ha.l tbe coht ol Soup. My clniben were wtii cr. I dij not
iiave lo rub them, ami It di I not .brink my wonlnns, nnd for once I wun rimbied to tet i
bot irneron lonUny. So luiliet tiy it, und you 111 a.ve labor, i hue at.d u,pny. JiL.
Iit-rfectly HiifB to um! It. MRS; A.
S and 10 cent rnckoges. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0f r8nura5"ty'anc
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 Almana cs Free to All
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparlila and Blood Purifier
Holmans'Agua Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinino, 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, Shoe Dressing, andStovo Palish
rurc Imported liny Hum, Splendid Canada Tr
Noup- Englhli mid American Soaps Fine Im- -ported
llnudlierehlef Extracts in ' orlgi
nal Hot He or fit Hroken uauii
Hen m minted at low prlcew.
Buy Your Brags
At Barclays' Drug Stare.
L . .
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 tho
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
I km.ittiiril if KSui
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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