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CAIKOLODtiB. NO. 837.A.F. A . M.
Hold iwnuar communication m
aonir IU11. corner Commercial awnoa
ni Eighth street, on tbe second and
;Mrtli Monday of tach month.
Tun Sao Francisco authorities liaye
uoceeded in getting control of the mob,
and all wa quiet at last accounts.
3oas B. BartosTis jrain In the ncwi
piper business, thi time osoneol tbe
editor of the Carbon'dale Fret Pms. Mr.
Barton is one ot tbe D6t, newspaper men
In Southern Illinois. He is a good writer
and always gets up a spicy paper. We
wish tbe Prtu success.
Tm Pennsylvania Kailroad Company
are making strong eflorU to suppress tbe
tramp nuisance on the line of their road.
They have provided lour prison cars,
which have been placed at diflercnt poiuts
on the road, and recommend that the
'local associations, give such aid as may
be In tbvlr power to tbe officers of tbe
Thb Russians, have taken Adriunoplc,
aud tlio czar declares his intention not to'
treat tor peace until his army is within
sight of Constantinople. The non
action of England has created a bitter
feeling among the Turks, ami the dis
patches say that the terms o( peace are
likely to be made without reference to
Sojik Investigator ol ourpoliticiilinsti
tutions baa been looking Into tbe consti
tutions of the states, and finds that Maine,
Massachusetts, J'.hode Iulund and Michi
gan are now the only stales that can elect
a governor every year. Those that
choose for two years are Alabama, Colo
rado, Connecticut, Iowa, Kansas, Minne
sota, Nebraska, Texas, Vermont and
Wisconsin; for three year?. New York,
New Jersey and Pennsylvania; for tour
years, Arkansas, Calilornla, Delaware,
Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana,
Louisiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Missis'
stppl, Missouri, North Carolina, Oregon,
Virginia and West Virginia. .Four states
New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Is
land and Michigan pay their governors
only $1,000 a year; Massachusetts pavs
$.'.,000, and New York and I'anneylyania
pays each $10,000. The pay roll ol tbe
governors for all the states Is $28 1,20c.
Dk. Kedfiki.d, whom tbe Republicans
have long been accustomed to appeal to
as unimpeachable authority on southern
hflalrs, has made a few observation, re
cently concerning South Carolina which
are worthy of Republican attention.
Those who have repeatedly claimed that
the Democrats ot South Carolina are
persecuting Republicans ot that state
may profit by reading the lollowlng letter
in tbe Cincinnati Commercial .-
'Right here let me say that sympathy
for the South Carolina Republican lead
ers ia pretty much wasted. They were
imacals and plunderers from top to bot
tom, with now aud then an exception
which made the surrounding darkness
only more dark. That follow Patterson
has no business In the senate and should
be kicked out, no matter it his vote is
necessary to the Republican supremacy,
as 1 believe it is. Do not sympathize
wUh the "persecuted Southern Rcpub-Means'-
more than yon would with an
ordinary Rang of convicts, or mourn that
so-called Democrats are in power there.
That state must belong either to tbe
thieves or the Democrats : there is no
half-way rround, and it is better to let
the Democrat have it. We cau almost
cry out: "Anything, Lord, but what has
been for tbe past ten years."
Buit of the Government Against
Samuel J. Tilden.
New Yonlt, Jan. lft, Arguments in
the caso oi the "United States vs. Samuel
J. Tilden to recover $4,000 as an annual
Income tax for the year 1801, with inter
est from the 30th of June, ISO!, were be
gun this .morning in the U.S. district
sourt. lhere are nine counts In the
complaint, to all ot which' demurrer is
made on technical grounds, the merits of
the cam not being gone Into. It was de
elded to take up each count separately,
Tie first count charges $J,(XK) back tax
tor'thcSD'oal year ot 1361 and 1SC2.
Ttraeu'a counsel claims that laws passed
about that lime wcro recognized as
necessary war measures and annulled the
law requiring the payment of Income tax
for thatycur. 7 odgc Blatchford sustained
the demurrer, giving Tilden the first
New Railroad Project.
( Representative Chalmers, member ol
the Texas Pacific railroad committee, on
tooday next will introduce a bill pro
Titling lor a trunk uneio icwsourg with
connections to St. Louin, Memphis and
New Orleans. Tne utw feature of the
LU1 is that connection will bo made by
rMempliii and VJcksburg down the Mis
isuunppl valley, thereby avoiding (he ob
jection raised by tbe Iron Mountain road
)to tbe Memphis connection. Itwlllprot
tide further that the government Isjuo
Vraenbacks receivable for all dues except
.Interest on public debt, and allow $20,
000 per mile to the respective roads, to
,,b built on tbe bonds ol the roads, ply
labia In United States currency In fifty
ears and bearing flvcper eent. Interest,
secured by first mortgage oa the respeo
4ivt roads' and all their property and
tearnlr?rs for a sinking fund to be Invested
In Untied States bonds, to be held by tbe
aorttsfT'of tbe ;treaiury, to meet, the
bonds ot said roads.
Adrlaaaplc In I ha Hands af III Baa
Inlriitlaaa fa Turklxh
rlluK Ainaar the
fHcUUioSt. Louli Hepubllcan.
VICTORIOUS 'aDVANCB OF THB RUSSIAN'S.
London, Jan. 20. Adrlanople bas"boen
taken by the Russians, the advance of
SkobelelTs column having enterea u yes
terday. . Suleiman Pasha's army has re
treated into the mountains south of the
rsllroad line, and it Js doubtful whethir
they can escape capture.
do not seem disposed to halt In their on
ward march. It is Impossible to obtain
news from the Turkish plenipotentiaries
who arrived.'at the Grand Duke Nicholas'
headquarters Friday night. A Vienna
correspondent telegraphs that the c ir
does not Intend to make peace until his
IS BIGHT OF COKSTANITNOIXB,
in whbh city negotiations will proceed,
and after terms are. settled a grana res
view of tlio Russian armies will take
place. They will then return to 'Riurht
by sea, through the Bosphorus. This
view is rendered more probable by the
rapidity with which the Rasslan armies
are advancing. 1 he cr.arowich and Gen.
Zimmerman are now co operating, and
the latter Is pushing a column outward,
and Constantinople, Tlio report that
Austria bad sent, a protest to Russia
against concluding a separate peace is
denied on official authority. She may,
however, decldo to occupy Bosnia and
Herzegovina. Italy also puts In a claim
lor Albania, while Greece wants Epirus
and Tbessaly. W bile it is not likely that
PARTITION OF THItKKY
will take place, th'cso claims show that
such action would not bo unexpected,
and in the event or Turkey being
obliged to cede any portion ol her terri
tory, there would bo more than one
power ready to take a portion. In Con
stantinople the very
BITTER FEKM-NQ AGAIXST KSOLAND
is bo strong that no one would bestir.
prised to see propositions made by
Turkey quite independent of English
wishes, and even adverse to British
interests. There Is great anxiety felt
here, but nothlnir can bo done until
Russia's terms are known.
Voorhees end the Presidency.
Washington 'f elf gram.
Mr. Voorhees has been receiving many
couiDliments on his late speech in tbe
senate. He has been told a hundred
times that It was the finest speech ever
made in the sennte, as all speaker are
told by persons who "slop nve'r" or
want a favor. But one irentleraan, a
member of the house, told him that the
xpeecfi would be the general subject ot
remark all over the country for months
to come and tliat It would make ot him,
the "Tall Sycamore," a prominent candi
date for the presidency In 1880. Voor
hees' bead being not quite turned yet by
fulsome flattery, he bad the good sense
to say in reply that he was not the kind
ot a man for a presidential candidate ;
that he was too impolitic, and besides,
said he with a good deal of emphasis,
'there is Mr. Hendricks, ot my state, it
nothing else, be would be In my way."
It Is well known that Voorhees is not on
very cordial terms with Gov. Hendricks,
but this much eomlng from him goes to
show that be admits Mr. Hendricks to
be the choice of the democracy of Indi
ana lor 1880.
English Capitalists and Workmen .
From Ui fcprlngfUld Daily Republican.
In the profound depression of British
Industries, particularly that of coal min
ing, It was to be expected thaUthe princi
ple of arbrltatlon hitherto so propitiously
tried there would undergo severe tests,
which would show whether capital anJ
labor are jret read' to work in harness.
The chief anxiety felt has doubtless been
concerning the worklngmen's action, but
the employers prove to be responsible
for the first violation of tbe principle.
The coal-owners of Northumberland.
having notified the miners that the statu
of trade rendered a reduction of wages
necessary, immediately Issued a fort
night's warning to every miner iu their
employ, and refused to submit the
dispute to nrbritation, when the men
proposed it. The consequence is a lock
out covering nearly every mine in the
country and including more thau 8,000
miuers. This wanton action has Inters
rupted the cordial relations existing bc
tween the Northumberland miners aud
owners lor the past thirty years. AruK
irauon increased too miners' wsges over
50 per cent, in the prosperous years of
187J-4, and In the successive arbitrations
since tbo market turned, three years ago,
uiey nave submitted to reductions Ms
Justed by the arbitrators. In tbe last
case, when the umpire only recommenced
certain alterations lor the relief of the em
ployers, the men "adoDtcd t he rocomcn
dalions as if they had bceu decisions."
Aim mis neaitby condition of conn
denee has been broken, not by labor, but
by capital. The same crisis has pre-
cmeu uroii in sown nates, in a some
what ditt'urent lorni. The mlne-ownera.
there, finding it Impossible to pay the
minium wares Awarded to mlneri bv
arbitration two years ago submitted the
question m me men, who are Ukolv, in
spite of tho hardships any reduction
will entail on them, to yield to a tempo
rary modification of the award, rather
than have It broken. The collieries In
souiuern waiea are run on tbe "si din
cale" system ol wasns. which also U in
operation to great advantage in Dur
bam county, where over 00,000 miners
are employed; it does not exist la North-
Coal and iron Interests sutler the ex .
treme ot depression lo Great Britain u
in this country ; but manufacturer, and
especially those who have long found
their market In the United States, are
in a state ol deplorable stagnation. Tbe
ory is raised that England Is getting to
import more than she exports, and it is
curious to observe that, among the em
pliinal remedies proposed, protection ia
assuming a prominent place. A Lan
cashire paper, run by the manufacturers
and heretelora strong for tiee trade, has
lately "flopped" for protection ot natlys
manufacturers, and Its articles are being
conspicuously copied in tor newspapers
in the manulscturlng districts ; and the
indications are that a serious attempt at
a high protectionist revival is to be made
right in John Bright's own particular
Ogleeby and Logan.
' Macomb Eagle.
The Indencndent Grecnbackrrs of
Springfield recently invited Senator
Uglcsby to address their club. Senator
Oglesby, of course, was not expected to
make them a speech, but then, you
know, they wanted him to have a chance
to write a letter and. place himself in trim
tor Innependent votes In the next legis
lature. Ogh-sby eomcs out toiiuiy mae
pendent-Jnn like The Independent Lo
gan aud snj s ho is in favor of restoring
the greenback to (he old war basis of
$400,000,000. in favor ot the repeal ol the
resumption act, and Is In laror ot the
rcinonctizaiton of silver. Mr.
Oglesby has changed his mind on these
propositions only since the defeat of John
A. Logan. It will be remembered that
Mr. Ogle6hy voted for the resumption
bill and lor contracting the currency, and
also for the hill which demonetized sil
ver. It is plain to bu seen that Oglesby
and Logan are setting "traps" for the
independents, aud evidence is daily acs
cumulating showing that Independents ia
certain localities arc being organized and
worked strictly in their Interest. The
scheme Is being pushed rapidly forward,
and Independents are already falling in
line under the leadership of those old,
wOrn-out, and weather-beaten political
Bask Mtic, To bu aroiird from
sweet nnd delicious slumber by a "cat
serenade," is on a par with being annoy
ed in church by the steady shacking and
coughing of individuals, who neglect to
take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 23
Tlie fl. rrj Dnjn or OI.I
In reatlinir of the middle ages one U
struck by the acemiuts given ot teats of
strength, etc., cf Ihe hie actors ot those
timet. The suits ol ui inor worn, would
certainly Indicate the possession of great
er pliysieial strength than is developed
by men In these latter days. What
wrought the change ? Men lived In tbe
merry days a more outsdoor Jife than this
advanced civilization ot ours can afford.
There is a greater consumption of brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental and physical power necessitates
the use of a pure vegetable, stimulant
tonic, such as the Home Stomach Bits
NOTlt'K TO COM I RACTOB.
Ofstcb of City Clerk,
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3, 1H78,
Sealed proposals will b received at this
ottica, directed to tbe city couneilof Cairo,
Illinois, until 6 o'clock Tuesday evening,
February 10th, A. U. 1S78, lor the conktruc-
tlon ot a cue spun lrun bridge, together
witu :ue approaches or aoutiuenu and
lou udation. across Cache riyer, about one
aud one-'iail mile from Mound city ril:-
roau depot, aou lour units norm or tne city
ol cairo, id tue eoumixa oi Alexander and
Pulankl, Btule ot Illinois, according to tbe
lAtoe imifupeclfiontioiiB prepared by John
1. liely, Eaq., C. K., now on lile and ub
jectlo examination in this office, tbe tpecl
Ucatiooi of wbicb are as follows, viz :
Haiti bridge and trestle work lo be made
up ol eighteen (lrt; opening!) ol eighteen ( LS)
feet Irom centre to centre of pots,and one
kpau ot one hundred (100) feet aorons the
Tbe one hundred (100) feet span to be or
iron, and to proportioned that a load ot ten
(10) tons distributed over twenty (til) lineal
feat at tbe centre of tbe span, shall not
strain the iron over twelve thousand
(l'J.ueo) pounds per sunare inch tensile, or
over seven thousand five hundred (7 O'KJ)
pounds per square inch shearing strain
the strain in compression to be in at.
Ieat in the proportion to tbe ratio of
lengtb to diameter, by Gordon's formula,
'i lie span ot said bridge to be one hun
dred 1 100) feet In the clear aud the roadway
twelve () feet wide.'
Jbenoorto be oi white oak clank two
and one-halt (24) inches iblck and not over
twelve inches wide.'
i ne noor beams to be oi white oak and In
proportion to the balance of the one bun
dieu (100) feet span structure, and also to
be provided with a suitable axle euard.
Tbe above to rest upon iron columns pro-
portionea 10 me mrucuire io ue supported,
the columns at each end of the bent or iron
span to be placed on a mud sill UX12, twen
ty C2(t) leet lone morticed and tenoned to a
sufficient number of white oak piles, arm-
ly amen into tne river u&tn. ,
The bents to be lormed of four posts 10.Y !
inches square, tho two inner parts (o stund
perpendicular anu ice two outer partem
be framed and stand at a batter of one in
eight. The cap and sill et the bents to he
12XIJ inch Hqiiare timber,- the caps to be
twenty VI I) feet long, aud the Bills to pro
ject on eai-u end two leet past tbe enter
edge oi the outside pniu. Tbe posts to be
morticen and tenoned into the en pi and sills,
and each tenon to be pinned with two
three-(tisrtcr (!) inch squire iron pirn, and
eacn ueni io uraceu dv iwo diagonal
braces ot 1JX:J iuch plank, well Utid and
spiked on caps, posts and sillx.
The bents to rest or stand upon four mud
sills Villi inches and eight (8) feet lone net
In the ground and placed on tbe alignment
of the work.
The carriage way ol the Itrcstlswork to
be sixteen (IB) feet wide, the floor plank
to be thioe (:) inches and not over twelve
(1?) inches wide, and to bs well
to the stringers and floor beams.
Te noor beams to lie made up ns follows -two
(2) utringers of 8XW Inches set on tbe
uses snd sixteen (Hi) leet apart from out
side to outside, The space between said
stringers to be equally divided for seveu
(7) beams of 3X11 Inches eanh.aml um i, ..i
of floor beams orspans to have three (ft) sets
ot herringbone bridging of 2X1 inch scant,
The strlngets and floor beams to rest at
leant six (o; incuei on lbs cans.
T be stringers to connect by half joints
and to be fastened to tbe caps by one inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen (18) inches
A raillog ot ballasters four (t) feet high
to be constructed on each side ot above dis-
cribed trestlework. The posts to be 4X6
Inch dees and braced on the caps and fasten
ed on to tbe stringers by two (2) one-half
inch bolts, Tbe parts to be six ()) feet
spsrt; the band rail 2X4 Inches, and an
axle guard of 2X12 inches, alt Well fastened
on to Ihe posts.
AH of the above Umbers to be ot white
or nurr oak of beat qua lily, and
the wora done In a thorough and work
manlike manner, and under tha annarviatnH
of iuch person as the committee on streets,
or the efty seunett of the city of Cairo may
. The approaches to above trestlework and
bridge to be of earth and with a slope of
mt nun man one in tea ana not lets than
sixteen (16) leet wide on top, with a alone
to the base ef one in two, Seperate bids
wlU be received for Iron tpaa. Including
vuwnuta u lounuauon, ror ins wooaen
trestle portion ot said bridge, and for the
earthen approaches, or , for the entire
work. . ...
The right to reject say or all bids, Is re-
"v.. j. u.-raitxie,
w City Clerk
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
- O. HANNY,
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
CBS- J3CJ 3D CD JElic II '3 JS,
Dry Goods, Soots and Shoes, '
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Ble'ached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Hoots,
This stock Is entirely New nnd Fresh. Special attention Kiven to Country trade.
Our Stock embraces everything needed In tlio City or Country, ia (Jroceries or Dry
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our goods and prices before you buy.
Ir you cannot take the baby 'to the
couutry, use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup lor
the usual diseases ot early childhood.
Price 25 cents a bottle.
The edition of 1878 ot the sterling Medi
cal Annual, kuown as ilostctter,! Alma
nac, is now ready, and may bo obtained
free of cost, of druggist and general
country dealers In all parts ot the United
States aud liritisli America, and indeed
in every civilized portlou of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice- for the prcscr
vation an I restoration ot health, a ltirjrc
amount ol interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
aud will be found entirely accurate. The
issue of ilostctter's Almnnnc for 1878, In
the English, Germnn, French, 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. The
proprietors, Messrs. llostettcr & Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mall to
any person who cannot procure one In
Permanently cured no humbug by one
month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Kit Powders, To convince sufferers
that these powders will do all we claim lor
them, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. (Joulard Is
the only physician that has ever mado this
diHeate a special study, and as to our
knowledKS thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of theso powd r,
we will Guarantee a vetmnMnt cure ir
every ease, or refund ynu all money ex
pended. All sufferers should give thesa
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for large box, $3, or i boxes ioi
$10, font by mall to any part ot United
StatesorCanadaon receiptor price, or ly
express, (J. 0. 1. Address,
ASH AZ KOBBTNo ,
300 Pulton street. Hrooklyn, N. Y.
I. F. Slake
?aints, Oils, Varnishes"
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
always on baad, tbe Mlebratd illnmlnatl
Corner Eleventh Btreet and Waabl
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER ly
Mr. Block desires to call tbe attention ot
the Fublio to the fact that he has al
ways on hand a lance, new and fatnionahi
stock of ready-made custom Hoots and
Shoes which he will sell st
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call Oa Hiui At
..oEig.t!i Si, Bel W;ii, & Cos. Art.
Can Be Boautlful
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
O. O. D.
Old flats Made New.
No. 30, Eljtlitla Street.
X D. DBANE, Prop'r
Lato tig St Oharlea.
HATES: $2.00 PER DAY
( "'SI, 1LN
lIpT, III U
L ii, i.u. IK... aid.
!f!''JI'7,yeailiiiie' awl U m.ijr a, Js
Goods at the Lowest Pri
Cloths, Curtain Uamasks,
Children's Shoes, ients' Boot iind .Shoes
: til? hwm Urn
St. Louis, Mo.
IR0S. A. KICK, A.M.L. L.B.,
IAS. BICC, A. M.,
J, H. HUBWO0D,,
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP.1 $31 00
MOST Complete. ThormiKh fctH 1'r.ictiea
eoure of bimly in Ihe L'niiul Mater
noir?e incliffwriHlble t cvry ymMT iruoi m
barking on lut v .1 ot life.
Tor Illustrated Circji',
THOS.A.RICE, A. U..I.. II.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholeial. and Retail Dta'nn lit
Foreign and Domestic
WIXES OF ALT, KIXDtt.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. f-MTTII 4 CO., have dtntanily s
lnrxe stock ol Ihe I est goods in the ir'ar
ket, and cireiwptcUl attrntiu.1 lo the wliolo.
sake branek of the tm.lnrsH.
Orders for Coal by tho oar-load,
ton, or In hogshouds, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OOlceon whan boat, toot of Sixth etrt."
Office of Hullidar Brothers, oppoxite Ht.
Ktfvptiun Mills, Twsntleth street,
(.oul Dump, foot or Tblrty-eliihth streft, or
I'oit Oltco drawer ,XW
73 OHIO LEVEE,
titf Natlon.il 11 a nit IlniUlnp, up.stairs.
The Old.sl Established Agetiry in Soutliciu
. Illinois, aud representing ovtr
I6B OOO OOO
Saloon and Restaurant.
'ME BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
Constantly on bund. Also lina constantly
on hHnd ft
Large Supply of
OR AHGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At WkeleaaJe mjxi Ratail.
At the Old Ddmonico Hotel,
5-im IVo, Oft Ohio TTee
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Loveo.
- And At '
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Streot
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Faints-ill Colors Rsady for tie Brush,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
-J!1J. ' :I'-Jg
ThpElgia Kerosene Can
The Only Ferfoet Can in
th9 World. Mad9 of Glass
and not to
Leak, Currode or Break.
Every family sliould have
OIL TANKS and
Tho best In Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evedcn. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jayncs Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. Wo control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Last wefk I bought a 10 cent pai.kae of Wnlimo ami ilone oiv vuiug iu ono l.H
the usual time at les limn ball tlio root ol Xoap. My clnlla-s war Mliitsr. 1 oi.l uol
liuvo to rub them, tnl It IM Dot sbitnk my woulobs, anJ Tor (ince I was enabled to y.-t a
Lot (linneroaMoiiilay. hi luillr.t tiy It, aud you will ae labor, liinu and HHiiy. It I.
porfcc.tly fo to use It. MltS. A.
6 and 10 cent PockogeB. ' Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail,
finlrlAn T.inri rinlno-rm f Exquisite Fragranoo .
m wa,wM ww3w ani Durability.
Germau Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use -Very Oheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen 5
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 Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
The Best Extract of Buchu, $
The Best Sarsaparlila and Blood Purlflc
noimans a$juq raas, wooas nils, ;
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicine!
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic, f
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber ClotK
m Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, - I
, Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twinti
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
IMiro Imported liny Hum, Nplon did-C auadu TaJJ
Noap- JBngUsla and American (Soaps- Fine Im- C
" lortert Ilonaiterdilef Exlratoiu rlgl- ' f
nar Rottlcii or in Broken Uuautl- . 3
I ten an wanted
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Qentennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. 3, STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hoteis.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
at low priced. .
At Barclayo' Drug Star J
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