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AM0XA5DKR LODGE, JNO. M4.
IndptuleDt Onlur of Odd-IVl
low. aerU every HmmUy night
at hlf i.rt imta, In their halr
; mrrnul arciiua. 11 WBM) MZth and BevenU
Ml ii r. n. Wi.iKonD. N. u. .
lI URO KNOAMPMFST.ro. O. T.. niefia
iHi n (Md-iVlliura1 Hall o tlie flmt and third
t ..t-.. ti ar fOAnth. at half-Mat ifTt'Jl
da' 'V . A.. Commit, c r
I 1 (JAIUUIAJDUW. u.ai,. .
eonle Hall, corner commercial avnu
31 Kiirliib, etrwt, on the eeoona ana
;tb altudav of eaeh month.
IVKBKTEn O.l LEYEr.
:h New Orleans" Timti of tbe 20th
itains tjie foUowln'-r well-timed article?
liaes change, nl dkq with them. It
jow from the north and fast that we
ir tbtf roost ttrenaous objections lo
h groat Improvements ns trm.MIsis
p: levees ana tne Texas Pacific rail
V on the jrroiuid that they are local (?)
1 not eontemolHtad by the constituo
P! n Milt fnrmnrtV fllft UTPttt. ll-HlllTS Of
it st ction wens the tlrtn advotvites ol
p mti to enterprise inllultely leas ltn-
i rtant, on the ground that tUo jjov
nmtnt 'was thus lulMMng thn great
W ject, of it cxistrtice, viz : to promote
. i common good. It was not held they
Ft it t ?crr- improvement must extract
roujili every elate in order to give it a
llonal ch iracter.. Mr. Webster, in a
JB wch dullverei! In "tho United States
uaw in 1S30 said : 1 am asked hy the
9 inoraMo KentlRtnan,'on what gronnd It
t! Uiat I consent to vote them (the public
, iuh) away in particular Instances?
iiw, he inquires, do I reconcile with
I oo prnfoosedfentimenM tny support of
I rasur appropriating portions of these
1 ii'U t-) narticular roads, narticular
nuls, particular rivers and particular
nitutiona it cduaaioii lu the weflt? On
I y part I look upon all theoo objects as
.mnected with the common good; ue
i the contrary, deems them all, it good
i all, only local good.- Tho Interrogation
putA at ones explains this dlfTercnce.
1 'hat iotaesf.he asks', has Hotith Carolina
. a caral in Ohio? This -question is tall
: ign(heahce. It develops the geutle
whole political system, and it
iswcrxppuudt mine. 1 look ujon a
tad over iaAlleuanififl,acanal around
at talis ot the Ohio, or a canal or r ill
ay irora the Atlantic to the western wa
ts as bean an object large and extensive
lougli to bo fairly raid to ba ior tbe
3mmon benefit, The gontleman thinks
tlierwie,ile may wtil ask what inter
t 1ms &omh Carolina in a canal In
ilno. On his system she ha no inter
Orl tnat systcrW Ohio and Carolina
re different governments" and different
Dun tries ; connected here it is true by
ome elightj and ill-dtlined bond oi
nlou, but in all main respects separate
nd deverse. On that ' ytern South
'arollna bii io more latere! ia a eaoal
i Oblo than In AUxico. We narrow
linJed people ot New England do not
?ason thus, la our contemplation
Arolina and Ohio are psrts ot the same
ountry. In whatevcf Is within the
roper sphere ol the . eonsV.tutkmol
nwer of this government, we look upon
be stales as one. C We do not Impose
eograpbical limits to our patriotic feei
ng or regard. If a railroad or canal,
eginning in South Carolina and ending
,i South Carolina appeared to me to be
f national importance and magnitude,
lieving as I do that the power oi gov
, rnment -extends to the encouragement
1 works ot that description ; U 1
rere to staud up here and ask, what
aterest naa Massachusetts in a railroad
n South' Carolina? I should not be
silling to face my constituents. These
ame narrow-minded men would tell me
bey had tent me to act tor the whole
'.' ountrtVand one who Dossessed too little
'om prehension, either of intellect or
cellng, one who was not large enough,
toth in mind and heart, to embrace tbe
vnole, wis not fit to be entrusted with
he Interests of any part." Mo much for
leneral principle. For the particular
mprovement then under consideration,
he levees might be substituted, and tbe
apguage of Mi. Webster wdl apply with
it much lorce as it it bad been uttered
jut yesterday. Muiati$ mutandii, Mr.
I Webster's speech Is a powerful argument
rortlie Texas Pacific and tbe improve
ment ot tbe MiSBlsslppt, with this execp
:ton, that these latter improvement
i ilrectly touch the welfare of more
muuons ot people inan tne total popula
tion of Uie whole' union at the time
t Webster spoke. Here i what be says of
tbe particular Improvement ' ' .
"And this improvement bow was it
to be accomplished, and who Wa to ao
oompliib it r We were ten or twelve
miliums tf people spread over almost
ball a world, n e were more than twenty
tales, some stretching along the same
seaboard, some along Uie am line ol lu
land Irontler, aud others vn opposite
hanks ot tbe tame vast river. , Two oon
ilderatiftaa at mm presented themselves
with crtatloroe. on looking at this state
of thii'ft. i On was, that that creat
branch of Improrement which consisted
in furnishing new tacillties lor inter.
course neoettariJy ran Into dlflerent
states in every jeaCing instance, and
vould hofieos, the citizen of ill Ucu
state. Ho one tttte,- therefore, in suoh
2te. would assume the whole expense,
'nor wat theCO-PDMitUw oi Mveralatate
1 :o be upeoUri Talw ttw iastsne of
":he DeUwsre breakwater. It will eott
'icvcral Ttnlllloni oi 'nonay. Would
,'en nsy liia tlone ever bar oonttruoted
t? t(LKi never, wfclto tbl Union
sst. bF- avolrorlMTolebeDiflt.
rould ;4WWlJUw Jersew and
.tola waT V tUewrlithltat
sef Oertalnty- not. tat
DOftgla? In Jeffcrsou Divts in W,
Hcnj7 Clay in 1818, Mr. Calhoun id i?i7,
Mr; f rucker. rresidcnle Madisen and
Monri. and ilwlr" git coutrerci. Op
potd t' tli''.-' p-cat luiuiuariefwe no'v
And Utcvfewi of such "itcroida as Hn
dall, Hewitt, Garfield, Cox, Hale. Tucy
ask, 'ivhat interest ha New Vorh It the
IcTeea ,ol' the Allssiciipidi" Mr. Web
ster' ausrver is: "While the eastern
frontier r Oefcttded by lortillcations, its
harbor improved, and ocmaiarce pro.
Ucted by a uavai ioroo, it i rlfbt ud
jut that the region beyond the Allegha.
n'.es should reoeireiair consideration and
efjiwl Httention In aiy object of public
iiMrroTemcnt intere.tln? in Wself tiid
within the proper power of the govern
' -i "
Cirat fUtiUMiicMt nl Juluro-.r-rrat
of WHI-K CllUcat.
S'liHrartl Mltb Attemptea Barderiuiit
A Jonesboro speolal' to the St, I.ouls
Republican oi the 22d says:
Joneiboro, January 21. The usual
rjuiui of this place was much disturbed
to-day by the arrnsl ot three ol our clt
Izens, charged with burelary of the
house and brutal assault ot the old Gets
inuu, Jobu C. tchore, and his wile, on
November 22J, particulars of wbicli were
telegraphed to the Republican at the time.
Thu pariles arrested are Wia. Ballard,
one of the proprietor of the marble
yard ; Fred. Schafler, a German, and'a
barber by trade, and B. F. Treese, a man
who does nothing In parucular and who
has figured In several bad operations.
Detective James Finucan, an old Chicago
officer, baa been here some four weeks
workine up the case. A preliminary ex
amination was commenced this afternoon
belore .Justice Daniel P. Hileman, W. S.
Day prosecuting attorney, and Col. P.
11. 'fowncs for the doiense.
STATEMENTS OK Til It VICTIMS.
Thn old German nnd his wife, who
have rec6vered ufllcient!y to enable ihem
to attend tho trial, were llrst examined,
Out little could be learned Irom thorn, as
their English Is very broken. They Wtd
how on Tuesday morning, November 22,
two men broke into their h juse and beat
tlm old man senseless with an old wagon
wheel spoke, nnd demanded money of
the old woman; that alter she had given
them a roll of Greenbacks, one of the
men mi t his I. :et upon the neck ot tho
old man anil held him by tho hair ol the
head lor saying he had to have the money
to nav for a new house. While the other
ransacked the nonee for gold and silver,
which they found and camel on. llie
amount w as sonic $J'J0. ; ; :
THOMAS BKSSETT'S liVIUKNCti
The most Important witness called n o
Thomas uunnctt, a anyiaDorer, wno
testliled that be was 25 rears of aire and
married, but did not live with blewite;
be bad lived in Illinois since ISttt ; said
that on tlm night of November 21 he was
out on a lark ana mat sometime Between
the hours of 12 o'clock and 3 o'clock ot
the morning of the 22d, bo was going
along throuKli the woods near the resU
dence ot Scbore, ono mile west ot town,
when be saw three men coming along tbe
road and that they stopped-in front of tbe
old German's house ; tic also stopped and
heard oue oi the par'y, whom he say
was Treese, say, "boys, we'll have to
make a tmh i the docs will blto us," and
that they made for the door, burst it
open and two went Inside, while one
stared outside to watch. He heard the
old couple cry out in alarm And then in
pain, ana neara tne man outsuie, wnam
he says was Bohsner. ten the orni
ii... ;nr, fAllra "
Is a telailve of Sfbore. They came out.
said Bennett, to a lew moments, too on
their disguises aM started toward town.
Ha followed rioselv and saw them eo be
hind a corn crib on Treese's place, in the
edge ot the town, it 1 supposed, to di
vide the spoils, ireeseinen went into
the bouse. Bennett followed the other
two into town and saw Ballard to Into
Jiis house and Schafler go towards home.
Witness then said be went .to a sawmill,
west ol town some five tulles, to work,
He stated lhaUie had not told what he
knew before because he was atratd of bis
life. On yesterday be told what be knew
fer the first time, to Detectlye Finucan.
TKST1M0KT Or DANIEL MO0RB,.
Daniel Moore, a lad bl aome elzbtern
years, testified that Mrs. Schoie crawled
to tuelr bouse on the morning alter tne
robbery and gave the - alarm ; that he
followed tne trail oi tne Toobers to the
vicinity i ol - Ballard' bouse; that be
went to rcnaner nouse to ten mm or
the affair, and that be was wanted. It
Vas then J o'clock or later, and Schafler
bad aot-yet got up, something unusual,
as be ts always up town early, a be was
men running a saioon.
IIThe court then adjourned until 8
o'clock to-morrow morntn?. The ac
eused are uader guard, and excitement is
One of tbe most atrocious, cold-bloot)
ed and cowardly murder ever covntBitted
in tbl country wa enacted in Chicago
on Saturday evening. Ths tot was com
mttted In a populous quarter of tbe city,
and man named Hugh McConneU the
victim. -McConneU was walking; the
street with hi niece when he wa set
upon by two rough who (tabbed him to
death . The murderer made their escape,
Jodgi McAnsTia of Chicago hude
elded in the West Fork quo warranto
case, that the action of Got. Cullom In
removing the former oemmlttioner and
appointing the present one wa uncon
stitutional, the power of removal not.be
ing tested in him, but In the circuit
court. The ease nowgoe to tho iu.
preme bench. , .
1 ' , :
Tie lailure ot three house in tho
morocco and goat skin trade, and tho
failure 01 a manufacturing firm at Wll
mington, Del., causes excitement. Total
llsblUUes are uld to etoeed .$50,000 j
asseu unknown. . , .', i ,-
t CoxoaEssiiAM Brown, ot Indiana, baa
Introduced a bill la the house for tbe nt.
corporation W t otUonal nillroad
pany to construct a railroad from th
AUantlojMaboarel to Chicago, St. LOuU
it r...n m. .it. ii '
'IM MetlCO Preildent tMae ia aulrit..'
good use oi biaartay, u tuu ptat them
todralnlnf tbe Mexlcsia Vltoy and to
wwklnjr the road.
a.a- , - v .
h A-i. o I
JayOoiold Caliiaj ttjin tiyl !
M 4BtNrroJf jTBiirf U.r11 1"w1,
known that the Union aud Central Pacific
railroad rontributcd I50,W)0 to tun
Republican campaign fund of iWlt M
also well known that Jay Gould gare lis
$7i,()0U. IU dirociud tugeue Halo and
ftceor Kobcson t lutcrvlcw their presi
dentlid cat.dldatc':at PluladclpliUiwhlla
lie wa attending tho Uutcuuial on Ohio
diiyt and have a.fair and square under
standing with blm that tho railroad com
panies would expect qulii pro quo.
The go-betweens were authorized by
Hayes to accept the money on the
terms proposed. In view ot these now
well-known lact, the persistent attacks
which Jay Gould' TrOmnt have been
making upon Orl Sehurr are, to ay the
least, Mggtailvs. Kverybody know
that Schuu's re.rt was very uofriendiy
to the lVlllc r.iilroad. Jay Gould'
Tiiimie hns not a. friendly word for
Schiirz since that report was made pub
lto. Jtecentiyit bos made tho report ol
tho Indian commission the pretext for as
sailing Sehuris very bitterly, That he
made a serious bluuder in tbe manage
ment ot that investigation is very probs
ble.andltls quite likely that injustice
was done Mr. Gulpln, but nobody be
lieves that tho Indignation displayed by
the Tribune Is caused by Us desire
to see evon nanaea justice aone
to the ex-chle( clerk of the Indian u
reau. The howl ic has raised U simply
Intended to cover the work Jay oouid
Is irettinir in at the White House. He Is
now calling upon Hayes to keep that
devil's contract made at Philadelphia in
October, 1870. There are good reasons
lor believing that Hayes will respond by
asking lor Schurz's resignation. Ihe
belief erows among persons wno ougnt
to know what is going on, tnatscnurz
will be out of the cabinet within a fort-
nhrliC. Had not Mr. Schnrz accepted a
stat in the fraudulent cabinet he might
have had a political future, but that is
not possible if he Is kicked out by his
frandulencv nt the command ' of Jay
A. V.STnAN;E, Kstj., Lynchburg, Va'.,
writes: '! use Dr. Bull'j cough . syrup
regularly for a tickling cough at night.
It gives relief and put mo to sleep. It
is mueh used here." Price 25 cents.
Murdered and Burned.
Two Willist.on (5.C.) negroes have con
fessed to a horrible crime.. Tempted by
plunder, tboy recently murdered Stephen
Kuecks and his wile, and ransacked their
house. The bodies vvere then covered
wiili bedclothes, saturated with tnrpeiv
tine, and sot on fire, ttte heartless wretches
intensliying tho horror of this tleed by
locking an infant and a Utile child in the
burning building to perish in thu dames
Kv:nvTiiiNa conducive to .tho better
condition of the buby is sore to attract
attention, and hence It U that Dr. BuU'a
Baby Syrup is becoming more nnJ more
appreciated, as its wonderlul influence in
subduing the diseases . oi.tlahyhood be'
comes recognized. ' Price 25 cents.3
, , IkOTtCB TO COXTBAtTOM. V
u. j n,i OFtlOE OP CITY CLERK, 1
' - Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3, 1878, J
. Seals'! proposals will be received at thts
ottlep, directed to tne city councilor Cairo,
Illinois, until A o'olock Tuesday evsning,
February l(lh, A. 1). 1878, lorthe ennstruc-
Hon ol a one span iron tridjc, together
witn me approacnes or aDuuusnu. and
foundation, across Cache riyer, about on
and one-'nall mile trom Mouud City rail
road depot, tad four miles north Of tne citv
of Cairo, in tbe eountivs of Alexunder and
&. H)y, Esa., V. ., now on Ble and ub-
lloatioas of whieh are aa follows, viz;
Bald bridge and trestle work to be mad
up of eiKUteun (18) openings ol iehtra (18)
teel lioui r.oaire 10 ccdxtb oi yosia.ia od
span of on hundred (1W; feet aeros the
river bed. "
Tbe one hundred (100) feet span ft be of
iron, and so proportioned that load of ten
(10) tons uisuiDiiiea over twenty (on uneai
feet at tbe oentr of the ipan, shall not
strain the iron over twelve thousand
(12, U00) pounds per souare inch tensile, or
over seven thousand five hundred (7 00)
pound per square , inch shearing strain
the strain in compression to be In at,
le at in the proportion to the ratio of
length to diameter, by Gordon's formula.
Tbe span ol said bridge to be one hun
dred (loo) feet in the clear and the roadway
twelve (1J) feet wide.
Toe ooor to ne oi wane oak pianx two
and one-hall (2) inches thick and not over
twelve (12) inches wide.
The floor beams to be of white oak and in
proportion to the balance of tho one hun
dred (iiu) leei span structure, ana also to
be provided with a suitable axle guard.
Tbe abovo to rent upon iron columns pro
portioned to the struotur tobe supported,
tne columns at eacu enu oi toe Dent or iron
span to be placed on a mud alii vil 12, twen
ty ('Hi) feet long morticed and tenoned to a
aunicteni numoer oi wnite oaf piles, firm-
ij oriveo inio me river dbuk.
1 RESiXE WORK.
The bents tobe lormedofloumonti 10YIA
Inches square, the two Inner part to stand
perpenaicuiaranu to two outer parts to
o iramea ana stsna st natter or one in
eight. The can and till of the benU to be
l'J12 lnoh anuare timber, tie cads to ba
twenty (201 feet lone, snd the ailla to nm.
Jeut on each end two leet past th eater
euge oi tne outside potu. Tbe pott to be
morticed and tenoned into tbe caps and sills,
and each tenon to be pinned with two
tbree-qutrter ) Inch square iron pics, tnd
each bent to.be braced by two diagonal
braces of 12X21 inch pltnk, well QtUd tnd
(piked on caps. Hosts and sills. . - . '
- The bsnts to teat or aland noon four mutt
sills 12X12 inches and tight (8) feet long set
in the ground tnd placed on the alignment
VI UJQ ITUItl
The oarrtura wty of the JtrestUwork to
Dtsizteen ices wide, tbe floor nltnk
to be Uitee (.1) Inches" and not over twelve
(lft inohea wide, and to be wtU spiked en
tv ui nnatKvra anu noor oaanw.
The floor beams to be made uo as follnwa
two (21strinBers of 8XU Inchet let on ih
eaps and sixteen (18) leet apart from out-
aiae to ouuiun. iat sptoe Deiwten Mid
triDEWt to be eautllv dividsd inr .
(7) beam of 8X12 inches eteb , and each tat
of fioor boaat or sptat to bsve three (8) seta
ot herringbone bridging ol IX. Inch scant-
The stringers and floor beam to reitat
lasst tlx (A) inohet on lb cap. ..
. Th strlBfftrt to eonneot by half joint
and to be fattened to the caps by on inch
round spike er bolts eighteen (18) Inches
. a railing or Btiitster four (4) fett hlch
t be eons trusted on each tide of above die.
eribed trestlework, The post to be 4X0
lnoh eltet and braosd on tht caps and ftstea-
to on to to stringers y two li) one-half
man doii. in part to b six (0) feet
m; "w nuu, weatoana as
axis iguard of 2X12 lmohn, ah wU tatttud
ontefthe posts.' ...
Allot thotbovt timber to "be of wblu
.k of best qua Uty, and
" .V. ' snorongn ana work,
tntlktmannu. -od nndarth auMniaina
I "h ptitMU a the coaunittM on trtet.
ZSrSlI? .V - wd with a eiop of
!?.! bt of m two,T Hew "53
Will be rual, h. 7IZl
Uojrw pettiM .1 ai4 brldgeViS forth.
OtfRitOTTO: $ the tsst
: r Corner 8th street and Commercial. Aye.
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. aottettor'a llnstst,
The edition of 1S78 ot the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as Hostettej,! Alma
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free of cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all part ol the United
States and British America, and indeed
In every civilized portion of tbe Western
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soundest practical advice for the preser
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amount ot Interesting and amusing light
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the English,' German, French, Welsh,
Xorwegien, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will in all proba
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bit neighborhood. . - , ,
vertMklaa tho Eaoraloo.
It is not advisable for any of us to over
task our energies, corporeal or mental,
but la the eager pursuit '.ot wealth or
fame or knowledge, how many transgresi
this salutary rule, It must be a matter
ol great importance to all who do to to
know how they eta regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. The remedy Is
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tetter' Stomioh Bitter is procurable !o
every city,, town and settlement in
America, and It compensates tor a drain
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scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
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It increase the capabilities for under
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posure, sedentary habits, unhealthy or
wearying avocation, or an insalubrious
climate, and I a prime alterative, di
uretlc and blood depurenr, 1-23 tf.
The Merry Day a r MM.
In reading of the middle ages one Ii
struck by the accounts given ot feats of
strength, etc., of the hie actors ot those
times. Tbe suit ot armor worn, would
certainly indicate tbe possession ot gret
er pbyslcial strength than . Is developed
by men In these latter days. What
wrought the change T Men lived in the
merry day a mora outsdoorllte than this
advanced civilization ol ours can afford.
There is a greater consumption ot brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental and physical power necessitates
tbe use of a pure vegetable, stimulant
tonic, meh a the Home Stomach Bits
S. F. Blaiso
Paints, Oils, Varnishes'
tTall Paper, Window 01ms, Wia
dovr Shades, lto.
Alwtrt tfl basd, tlu ealebraUd lUtoilattt
. '.' ... . ' : ' , 'i ''
Ocrner Xlovtntn itreot and Waabl '
( . ton, A vena ,
raonA oix. ;;. . "
MANUFACTUBXR AD DIALEB IN
Nm iM1L .of. uaaMaPaaMSanM iil ifheilt
Mrjllock dMlret to call tho atlratloa ot
tht IMbllo to the faettbat be hat al
ways pa aaad a larg, aew tad nuklaasMo
ttook of rttdy-madt enstora Boots aad
BhoM which awiilsn at r, ...
THE ; LOWESTTtWCES, '
j ( Call Oa Blm At "' v
Goods at1 the towest;Pril
Cloths, Curtain Damask",
Children' Shoes, Gents' Boot and Shoes
St Louis, Mo
1-BOS.a.BICX, A. M.I
IAS. SIC, A. M.,
J. H. HUBWOOD, ,
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ $81 00
MOST Comnlftte. Thorough ivA "Pra- llca
oouree of Btuily in the UnliM Mt a
course indiarBilil to .en-rf y tugx
litrkiuitoB tbe a '
A. RICK, A
K. SMYTH & CO.,
' YVboltiala tad Ketall lal.r. In
Foreign and Domestic
MlT.H OF A LI UIMIS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. f-MYTH A CO., bara coa!antly t
ktrst stock ot the heat foods In the mar
ket, tad gireeHpcelai attention 10 tbe whole
sale branea af the boainesa.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and oil
manufacturers," we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OSeeoa whan boat foot of slam street. "
Omoe of UtUlday Brouwra, opjKiait fit.
KsTptiaa Mills, Twentieth arret.
Coal Dump, foot of Tkirtv-eigbta street, or
73 OHIO LEVEE,
i'Aij Malleaal Bank Bnlldlng, vp.ttttrs.
TU Oldest Iitablished A-peey it Soihr
niUsolA,' tad rttNMBilar ovrr
, " " T ' ' '
Saloon and Restaurant.
: WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on band. Also has constantly
on hand a, v ; .; ,', .
; j Large Supply of
.. At Waeleulo aa IlttaU. j
At th OWQOmMoUI, ,
5-im 5of C3 Ckl Lro
Dsnn-toH arifcj'fx rv.
sign OP THE golden LlONr ohid -Xeveer
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White ZincV'V
Liuseed Oil, Tiupentiiie,
Varnishes, Brushes, - , -
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Rsady or lis Iri, '
Illuminating Oils, :; ;
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil, " "
Tanner 'a Fish Oil;
West Virginia Oils. ; ' :
ThcElgia Kerosene tau-
The Only Pcrrect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Crrodo or Broak.
Every family ahould nave
Vlld ABeltM UiAAM t f - v
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson end
Evedcn. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for AyerV and Jaynes Merit a
. ernes. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian GU, Egyptian . :
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's ,
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
"Lat week I bdncnt a 10 rent package or Washin aud done toy wtihlng In one hall-- -vr '
the usual time at lo.- than half tbe cost of Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did wl 5 '
have to rub them, and it did not bhriok ray woolont, and for once I was enabled to jet a .
bot dinner on Monday. Bo iaille Uy It, and you till save labor, time and money, it i ; ;
penccuy sue to u.e it.
5 and 10 oent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' atKnM'
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 8tyles
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
The Best Extract of.Buchu, : - v-. .-.n-.
The Best Sarsapariila snd Blood Purifier A-A
Holmans' Aguo Pads, Woods Pills'" . . -
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines ' ;
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic, . , ' u r
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brush&V L
vv a itiug jrapci , XiixvGivyva, reus uuu luK, , , . .
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twin
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
i'nro Iniported Bay Ram, ' Npleudld Canada Tar
Softi English and American homjmTttJi":rr t
ported Handkerchief Exlract In rtfa s
ii al Bottles or In Drokeu QumU V'
, ?-r:: ile ns wanted at low pviMTn
A-3rfe '. iicn un j
i . lijjt.m"
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scleritlflo
and Practical Test by the U. 3. 00V- ($
ERNMENT LIGHT HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended . by the t .
U, 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gat rate the ,
same with Insurance Companies." Used
by Railroads Streetcars and Hotels.,
, , . Juna. A.
Buy WASHINE AT BAECLAY'8.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
U..S -I. s.U.
of Almanacs Free to All
; no boar a
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-- r?f tot nntsv mm worjiijm, m
aV - Jwr vaV lu. b-al Fann i' i tr '1
At Barclayo' 1X2x13 Oioro