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ulcl n-milar eniumiinlcaunns in ii
onto Hull, eonu-r loiniiwroial anue
iuortb Mondar of wen month .
Packard, t x-fOTernor of Louisiana, Is
to be L hired States minwrr to ino
Ontral American states.
yal' Tub atato board o( railroad aii'l ware-
cow bouse commissioners held a meeting In
i Chicago on Thursday and Friday last.
ow Thk Marylaud legislature has. elected
S exvOor. Oroome to the I' Lltcd States
senate to succeed Dennis, preient wna
Pn St.NATOBVooBHEF.fi Is dow the target
at which eastern papers are shooting.
' His silver speech in the senate seems to
an . ...
Pu nave cm aeep tn uie marrow 01 me
if eastern money changers, and they are ties
att noubcing him roundly.
Bcrelow, the Johnson county mur
dercr, is to be brought back to Cairo to
Y(( be put in jail here for safVkeopine. until
hi oa"e shall have been
settled by the
supreme court, which
before June text.
will not meet
Tnt members ot the Louisiana return,
jog board were arraigned On Friday be
fore the superior criminal court at Xcw
Orleans on indictments charging forgery
and altering the returns of tbo late stats
election. A motion to quash the indict
mcnt was overruled, and the members of
the board pleaded not guilty and was
released on ball.
Mb. James Goddard, who died at bis
home in Marlon, Williamson county, on
the 9th of the present month, was eighty
eight years ot age, and had lived in Wll
liamson county lor nearly lorty-flve
years, lie served In the war ot 1812, and
participated in the battle ot New Orleans.
In 18C3 Mr. Goddard was robbed by John
Aiken (the man now under sentence of
death for a murdsr committed In White
eonnty) and two other.", ol eight hundred
dollars In gold.
lax meeting of the Southern Illinois
Medical Association held at Belleville on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday last,
was the man successful ot any' meeting
yet held by the association. The attend
ance was large, seveuty.flve members be
ing present. The following officers were
elected for the ensuing yean Dr. I). S.
Uooth, of Sparta, president; Dr. J. S.
Ferryman. Belleville, Urat vice-president;
Dr. W. A. Gordon, Chester, second vice'
president; Dr. C. W. Dunning, Cairo, re.
elected secretary, and II. IVardner, Cairo,
j treasurer. The hdJresses ot the retiring
omcera, ur. u. Lyer, president, and tv
Dull Green, first vice-president, are pro-
nounced to have been both interesting
and instructive. Dr. Green is a brother
of Judge W.H. Green of this city.' The
next meeting of the association will be
held in Chester, Randolph connty, on the
third Wednesday in June next.
Tflinx seems to be a very decided
opinion among Democrats that the state
convention to nominate candidates lor
state offices should be held at an early
day, and before the busy season with
farmers set In. We heartily endorse this
suggestion, bellevlnjg that it is to the In
terests ot the Democratic party of the
state to come to the front and lay down
ita platrorm ot principles without wait
ing to see what somebody else is going
to ao. ns oelleve also that senatorial,
district and congressional conventions
snouw be held not later than May or
June. The offlcers to be elected at the
eoming November election are:
One member of congregs Irom
wu unmet; state superintendent of
public instruction, to serve lour years :
fctate treasurer, two years ; clerk of the
supreme court, six years, one state
senator froto aol odd imnlwwl a'latrk.t,
three members of the lower bouse of the
legislature; sberlfl, coroner and county
Treating for Peace.
MBCT1N0 or TBI Tt'KKUH PEACE COM-
MIS8I0XEIU AND TUE HCSSIAK AUTHOR!'
London, Jan. 19. A correspondent at
rem ami mai ine luraisti delegates
tfetneUl and preliminary notes wera nr.
' changed. The lfrand duke then Annniinn.
d that be had decided to -treat only at
Adrianople, which should be immediate
ly evacuated, The delegates laving as
embled, orders were teltgaphed to
jsienau rasna 10 evacuate Adrianople.
k,jiv mi uvcimon oeing oom
uunlcated to foreign consuls they tele
i graphed their ambassadors tor instruc-
uona ana were ordered to remain and
protect their countrymen. DJemilPasha
then prepared to retlm onon fortified
lines belere Adrianople, where reloforees
meow are now eonoentrating. The
AassuuswIII nrobablr arrive at Artri.nn.
pl la two days, TJerriova-demelll tlng
, .KegotUtlons will then bearln. It ia
Miuij.ufD il uimHun aiHLBiiL mBrpipnin.
TeaeraJiy thought here that the wisest
pmiey u lor xutxey to make peace at
rs$ Timet4 Pert correspondent says
vhsnb notw leiempoea tne in tan
tbatbe wu already acquainted with the
tuifow m mm ennw iroTernment, ana
0t att tad, tarMlt; arged Uw etar to
C?aka a prompt and boaora bio peav.
THX ITOWS IN BEIEF.
i aEstwrrto.s in oongrkss.
; Washiaoton.D. O., January 18.-The
bouse committee on banking and cur
rency to-day authorized their chairman,
General Ewlng, to report a ntolution for
adoption by the bouse, giving the com
mittee power to send for persons and pa
pers, and otherwise make a complete ins
vcatigation as to the amount of coin in
this country available for purposes ot re
sumption. . .
San Fbakcisco, Jan. 18. The stands
lng committee ol the Episcopal diocese ol
California yesterday voted unanimously
to sign the testlmonals of Dr. Seymour,
BUhop-elcct of Springfield, 1U.
Quincv, 111., January 18.-The truss
bridge over Grand river, on the Uannibal
and St. Jo Railroad, fell last night. The
accident was caused by the workmea
while taking out and putting in new
timbers. A freight train had ptssed
over a short time belore. There will be
no delay (u travel, an an easy transfer
can be made over the wagon bridge.
A dispatch from Tucblo, Col., says :
'One of the richest discoveries was made
on the 12th instant at the Routa mines, a
short distance west of this cUy. Mr.
Munn, an old prospector, struck a lode,
the ore from which assays the enormous
sum ot $13,000 in gold and $1,100 in
silver per ton- There Is great excite
ment in the camp, and everybody is rush
ing to the scene ol the new discovery."
CHOPS F 1877. . '
A Hrneral Beview of the Crops of the
concerning the crops ol
1877 in loreign countiies vary consider
ably In rvgard to different countries. It
is impossible to get exact estimates, but
in a general way the facts appear to be
as follows in the leading grain producing
countries of Europe :
Russia is the largest provider of grain
in Europe, and the results of the year
have not been entirely lavorable, except
in the central and southern portions,
where the excess of the wheat crop over
the crop ot 1876 Is believed to be nearly
or quite 25 per cent. Along the Isttila"
and in luissiau roianu mere is a maraeu
tailing off, amounting, as is supposed, to
at least 10 per cent- in wheat. Barley
and oats aro also light.
The crops in Austria and especially in
Hungary are said to be unusually good.
all sorts ol grain being abundant and of
t niticc snows auum an average tmiiy
so tar as quantity is concerned, but the
Suallty Is comparatively poor, 'iho ele
olency in the weight is seUdown at 6 to
7 per cent. There will be some neces
sity lor importing.
Italy has a iair crop in tne souinern
provinces, but It is rather below than
above the average. In that proportion
comprising the lormer Papal States the
supply fs some 30 per cent, short of that
obta.ued in ordinary yeats. -
Germany shows both losses and gains,
the eenetul result being unfavorable as
to wheat. The valleys ot the Rhine
turn out a good crop ot wheat, but Prus
sla srenerally falls short. Baden and
Wurtemburg are also short, feaxony
and Bavaria are i.p to tne average.
In all Darts ot Great Uritain the yield
of wheat, barley and oats is less than
usual, and great quantities or grain win
have to be Imported within the next five
or six montns.
Returns In the Lotted States, as ob
tallied bv the riennrtroent of agrloulture.
sliow very large crops tr 1877 generally.
The northwestern spring wheat produc
ing slates yielded about twice as much
grain as last year. The entire wheat crop
of ihe country is cs'imated at 325.0Q0.0po
(XlO.OOO. bnahela. it la supposed. Other
trains vlelded well also. Cotton In Octo
ber promised 4.500.000 bales; tobacco
440,000.000 pounds. Dairy produ -ts were
also large, mere is iiaeiy to oe a neavy
lorelffn demand for most, nr our surplus.
Or wheat we can spare 100 000.000 bushs
els. There Is a rapid growth in the ex
portation ot dairy products. The hog
crop comes tnrwara later man usual mis
vear. but it will probably not tall below
the average, either in quantity or quality
A PBEACIICR IN TBOCBLE.
"Every man to bis trade" is a saying
inculcating a moral which finds frequent
exemplification la lite. A facetious wrl
ter in the New York Timet, who get up
some of the best lightly humorous
sketches of. the day, tells the story of a
clergyman, one Mr. Atkins, who was aw
bltlous to-lmitate the Rev. Mr. Murray ,of
deer hunting fame, and made due prepa
rations for his coming sport next summer
by procuring two thorough-bred hounds
of unusual vivacity and strength. The
manigement of dogs, and rifles and fish'
ing rods was a new experience to the un
fortunate gentlemen whose trials and
are thus depicted :
"One day Mr. Atkins started out with
his beloved dogs, Intending to take them
Into a solitary field where no one could
witness their irregularities. They were
coupled with a :hain about six teet in
length, and he held them by anothercbaln
fastened to the collar ot the ofl " dog.
Suddenly he remembered that he must
post a letter, and thereupon, with much
oimcuity, prevailed upun the dors to
accompany him down the mala street ol
tne village to me iiuaiumue. ihougb
mey walked rather laster than be usually
waiaea, ne neia ugnt to the chain, and
skiuiuuy pretended that th:y were not
dragging him after them. About the
middle ol the village thev struck, as thev
fancied, the scent of a deer, and darted
on at tne top or their speed, in
vain did Mr. Atkins request them
to "whoa," and appeal to their
Deucr natures Dy calling them
"good dogs," and "poor fellows." The
brutes were deaf to his remonstrances,
and alter they had nearly succeeded In
dragging him .under, a loaded team he
was compelled to let go the chain and
sot mem at iiDcrty, While he stood
breathless and dusty, to watch the wild
gallop.be noticed, about 300 yards In
advance ol tbem, the wife and daughter
ot his leading parishioner. The wife a
very atout woman, nd the daughter was
the most beautiful young lady In the
parish. The dogi were heading straight
tor them, and as the ladies bad their res
pective backs turned to the animals, they
were unconscious ol their appruarb.
Foreseeing a disaster, Mr, Atkins ran
alter bis dors, and shouted wild to them.
The wretched beasts paid no attention
tn bis shouts, but swooped down upon
the devoted ladles. As they reached
them, one dog undertook to pass by the
side ot the mother, while the other tried
to pass by the side ot the daughter. The
six toot chain which connected the rest
less bounds naturally Interfered with
their design. It struck tbo un
fortunate ladles with almost the momen
tum of a ehaln shot. There wu a wild
abrlek, and tbea. while a frightful vision
of white and aoarlrtduxled tta eJarlcal
eyas, a tremendous crash anndiiuced that
the wile of the leading oltlcea and the
belle ol the parish bad unsuccessfully
tried to stand on their beads on the stone
The dogs, hastily extracting them
selves from the wreck, fled on and van
ished in the distance, and the neighbors
Issued from their bouses aud gathered up
tho two ladies. Late that evening Rev,
Mr. Atkins was found wandering In the
open fields, with strong symptoms of
brain fever. When bo became convales
cent he resigned his charge and went to
Europe. As lor the dogs, thoy have
never been seen, and the Methodist mins
ister who conducted the funeral of the
two ladies intimated very plainly that
they were simply demons in canine form,
and were in some mysterious way cons
nected with Mr. Atkius' ritualistic pracs
Tho Londou (Eng.) Pout says it Is
able to state that the British army and
navy estimates have been framed on a
peace footing, and will be presented at
tbo earliest possible moment.
The lighthouse board at Washington
yesterday awarJed contracts tor supply
ing 87,000 gallons of winter-strained lard
oil for the use of the various lighthouses,
at Irom 66 08-100 to 81 cents.
No arrangement has yet been reach
ed between Germany and Nicaragua of
the difficulty about the treatment of Herr
Eisenstuck, the German consul. Semi
oflicial journals doubt the probability of
an amicable settlement.
The Masonic Grand Lodge of Minne
sota has elected and Installed E. D. Dus
rant, grand master; II. K. Wells, de
puty; C. II. Benton, grand senior war
den; C X. Daniels, grand junior wars
den; A. T. C. I'lerson, grand secretary.
-The in nv combination of seven coal
companies is pledged not to produce
annually more than 20,000,000 tons. The
warm winter Is Just now limiting coal
sales, independently of the eoalsdealers,
whose coalition will probamy lie tem
Fcrsndo Wood and his experts In
congress think that they have arranged
a tariff so as to obtain a revenue ol $150,
000,000. They expect $120,000,000 from
tntmial revenue. A liberal allowance is
niade lor (ailing oft In receipts, and the
bill proposes to greatly slniplity the tarifl.
The principal officers of the Wiscoo
sin state grange were elected at Milwau
kee yesterday ,as follows: Worthy inaj
ter, II. fc. bherwln; treasurer, John
Cochrane; secretary. II. E. Haxley; lec
turer, IV. Hopkins; overseer, II. Ben
ton; steward, J. A. Wakefield. The res
celpts lor the year have been $8,329 29;
disbursements, $4,908 68; balance in the
treasury, $2,073. There are now 190
granges In the state.
Mllll i; TO CO.IBACl'4HM,
Opficr ok City Ci.erk, (
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3, 1878. J
Sealeil propu-als will be received at this
office, directed to the city council of Cairo,
Iliiooii, until b o'clock Tuesday avtinlng,
February 10th. A. D. 1878. (or the construc
tion ol a one span iron bridge, together
with the approacnes or aDutmenta and
InltnlnltAII aitPAWLfaehft iHVAl sIlAlll on A
IVUUUHUUUt PMVBBVlfUV 7 V ) BUVUIl UUS
and one- tall miles irom Mound City rail-
road depot, aou rour oiuei norm ot me out
of Cairo, in the eountiaa of Alexander and
l'ulatki, tat oi Illinois, according to tba
ulaoH and apeuifk'ation prepared by Jbn
1'. Holy, Esq., V. E., now on tile and sub
ject to examination id inisomce,iDe speci
floatioDi of which are a follows, viz :
Said bridge and trestle work to be made
un nf Whi-n (1H) openings ol eint 'n ( IS)
feet Horn centre to centra ol po-ts,and one
span clone hundred (100) feet aoross the
The one hundred (100) feet span to be of
iron; in a so proportioned mat a load ol ten
(10) tons dlst.ibuted over twenty lineal
(eet at tne centre O' the span, shall not
strain the Iron over twelve tnouaand
(12 U00) pounds per square inch tensile, or
over teren tuoumnu nve nunorea (7 w0)
pounds per square inch shearing strain
the strain in cootpreaidon to be in at,
lea-t In the proportion to the ratio of
length to diameter, by Uordon's formula.
The span ol said bridze to be one faun-
dred (loi)) feet in the clear and the roadway
twelve (12) feet wide.
The floor to be ot white oak plank two
and oue-baif (2j) Inches thick and not over
twelve (IV!) tnuhea wide.
The floor beams to be of white oak and In
proportion to the balance of the one hun
dred (1C0) feet span structure, and also to
be provided with a suitable axle nuard.
The above to rent upon iron columns pro-
poruuaeu to ine uruciure to ne supported,
the columns at each end ol the bent or iron
span to be placed on a mud sill tzXl-2. twen
ty 020) leet long morticed and tenoned to a
sufficient number ol white oak piles, firm'
ly driven into tba river bank.
1RK8TLB WCRK. '
The bents to be lormed of tour posts 10X l'
Inches square, the two inner parts to stand
perpendicular and the two outer parts to
ds iramea ano stana at a hatter or one In
eight. The cap and sill of the bents to be
12X12 inch square timber, tbe caps to be
twenty (20) feet long, and the tills to pro
ject on each end two leet pal the outer
edge of the outside posts. The posts to be
morticed and tenoned into the caps and sills.
ruu cacu ivouu iu uu pmnua WHO IW0
tbree-quarter () Inch square iron pics, and
each bent to be braced by two diagonal
braces or 1'iXiJ inch plank, well tltud and
spiked on caps, posts and Bills.
The bents to rest or stand upon four mud
sills 12X12 Inches and eight (8) feot long set
in the ground and placed on the alignment
of the work.
The carriage way of the Jtrestlework to
be sixteen (lw) feet Hiide, the floor plank
'O beibioe(3)loche and not over twelve
V)) lnohes wide, and to be weU spiked on
to the stringers and floor beams.
Tee floor beams to be made up as follows
two (2) atrtngera of 8X1J Inches att on the
capi and sixteen (16) leet apart from out
side to outside. The space between said
stringers to be equally divided for seven
(7) beams of 8X12 lnebes each and each set
of floor beams orspans to have three (8) sets
ot herringbone bridging of 2X1 Inch scant
The stringers and floor beams to rest at
least tlx (6) inches on the cans.
The stringers to connect by half joints
and to be fastened to the caps by one Inch
jound Plkea or bolu eighteen (18) inches
A railing or ballasters four (4) feet high
to be construeted on each aide ol above dls
cribed trestlework. The posts to be 4X6
Inch dees snd braced on the caps and faaten
ed on to the atriogera by two (2) one-half
inch bona. The parte to be six (6) leet
apirt; the hand rail 2X4 inches, and an
axle guard of 2X12 inches, all well fastened
on to the posts.
All of the above timbers to be of white
or burr oak of beat qua Uty, and
the work done in a thorough ami work
manlike manner, and undertbe supervision
or such person as the committee on streets,
or the city :ouncll.ol the eltv of Cairo ma
The approaches to above trestlework and
bridge to be of earth and with a slope of
sixteen (16) feet wide on top, with a slope
tiuLb!!?,.f two. Separate bids
will be received tor Iron spaa, includlni
abutment and foundation, for .hi
trestle portion ol said bridge, aid for the
wort' W,weh,,i ' the entire
iir,hl t0 r,jMt T Mas. ta re.
Ji f nue,
, CUy Clara.
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave
rsb. GD CD IE I1C 11 'ia JS,
Dry Goods. Soots and Shoos.
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings Dress Goods, Silks.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Oar Stock embraces everything needed in the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our goods and prices belore you buy.
Food greatly benefits. when given
properly at the right periods, but to over
feed the baby is to sicken it, and induce
a degree of suffering Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup is the best remedy for the discom
fort rising from overfeeding the baby,
rrlce 25 cents.
The edition of 1S78 ot the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as Hotti rts Alma
nac, is now ready, and may be obtained
free of cost, of druggkts and general
country dealers In all par is ot the United
States and British America, and Indeed
in every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice tor the prescr
vatlon an 1 restoration ol health, a large
amount ol Interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be tound entirely accurate. The
iS9ue of Uostetter's Almanac for 1878, in
the English, German. Fremh, Welsh,"
Norwegien, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will in all proba
bility be the largest edition of a medical
work ever publihed In any country. Tho
proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter & Smith,
Pittsburg, Fa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any peison who cannot procure one in
" Test up your voice," and stop
coughing by taking Dr. Bull's cough
syrup. Price 25 eents.
Permanently cured no humbug by one
meotb'susaye of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders. To convmee sufferers
that these powders will dn l w -m
them, we wtu send them by nail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard la
the only physician tbat has ever trade this
disease a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powd jm,
we will gaarantee a permanent cure ir
every case, or relund you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should giie these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for large box, 13, or 4 loxes ioi
10, sent by mall to any part et Ui.iteJ
States or Canada on receipt of price, or by
express, C. O. D. Address,
300 Fulton Street. Brooklyn. Y.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes'
tVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, 6to.
Always on hand, the erlebrated ilnmloatt
Owner Eleventh Street and Waaht
MANUFACTURER AXD Ij CALEB I
CUSTOM 24 ABE
Mr. Block desires to call the attention ot
the Publio to the faotthat he has al
ways on hand a large, new anl fashionable
stock of ready-made custom Boots and
Shoes which he will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call On Dim At
3So..Eililh St, Bet, Wash. & Com. in
Can Be Beautiful
ly fiyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Old Hats Made. New.
No. 80. Eighth Street.
J D. DfiANE, Prop'r
Uteof theft Cfearloa. '
xtATcst D.oo piaxt day
Goods at the Lowest Pric
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots mid Shoes
Mi Hit; hmtiil
St. Louis. Mo.
Clstablished ia iSS9.
TH0B. A. BICE, A. If. I. I.B.,
j as, mux, a. a.,
J. H. HUB WOOD, ,
FULL LIFE SCHQUtiSHIPJ $81 00
MOST Complete. Thorough m l Practice
court of MiMy in the I'niiM ntnti- :
course ln')'ni't. -i pu-t'i v, ry y iiit ir nmn nn
liarMngoi) u,c -sa ui Int.
For Illustrated ClrcuU',
.TH09.A.RH.R. A.M .I..
. I.IUt OK UKALKHN-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
VLoli'l andltrtail DeaVr in
Foreign, and Domestic
WIXES OF ALT, KIXDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
fESSKS. -M YTII A CO., have constantly
J.VJ. lariie uck ot th tm Ruoua in Uic fur
ket, and fciveexpecni attention to the whole-
tale oranen ol the uiwinrta.
Orders for Coal by the car-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 rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlcaon whan noit foot of Sixth Btrwt."
Offlca 01 lialllday Brotuera, omwelte St.
Cbarle. Hotel. '
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dnmp. foot of Thirtv-eigntb street, or
PonOUlc drawer 300
City National Bank Bnlldlng, up.malia
TV Oldent Esubllhd Agtncj ia Southrra
Illlnoia, and reprwentlntt over
165 OOO OOO
Saloon and Restaurant.
TnE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, ANO CIGARS
Constantly on hnnrl. A No tins constantly
on hnml a
Large Supply of
At s7aolsal and Rata.ll.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
j tfn TSo, OS Ohio Lctco
? iii era ev
SIGN OF 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
Paints-All Colors R:ady or tha Srosi,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia. Oils.
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ThoElgia itd.oujno Can
The Only Perteot Can in
the World. Mado of Class
and i not to
Leak, Corrode or Bro&k.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
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 Mediciacs. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSE WIVEajJSE WASHINE
'La-tweekl bput'htaiOccntpackalJjfWashineand done my wahlng lone nail
tbe usual time at le-f tlmn bait the com ol oap. My eloihcs were whl er. 1 did not
have to rub them, ami it cJi-l oot hrluk my woolnns, and for once I was cnabied to cet a
bot nipner on Monday. So lailes tiy it, and you will i.ve labor, time abdmon.y. It i.
pt rfcctly safe to use It. JIBS. A.
S and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' E8nqitiiaburi8ty!ance
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,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic.
NursingBottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paner and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported liny Hum, Mplendid Canasta Tar
Noap English and American Soap Fine Im-.
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Ilottlcs or In Broken Quant 1- "
let a wanted at low price.
Day Your Brurjs . ,
At Boroloyo' Dtoq Sioro.
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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.
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at Dr. Woods' Prices.
and Hair Brushes
Blackintr. Stove Blackine
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
and all Aeue Medicines