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.Y .uth ef U'Ui rtr ,tlpm.
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Kalts of frttiies, am te nrnr m;
ty HUM t half-peel NVMi is Odd
Ktllswe Hell. Bowe.
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AIXXAXDBH LODUK, HO. M
lndtnmdail Onfarof Odd-rl
lowc, oim nmy TborsdeT night
MBmneul krWM, batsmen Buth end AnTtnth
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VUHO ENCAMPMENT) 1. O. . T.. Bert
(k-M-tVUow,1 Ball oa tlx Aral uul Uilrd
wMay ia mrf woaw, at balf-paitt (even
riinniiiiwiv aa w.i rn.M.
Mold rvciuer nuuuuunkiation in lu-
, oai Halt, eonwr CommercUl kTenut
' and Ku-bui itnct. on tlie second and
orllt afoooar oraaoa anonth.
Jj J' TflKM are throe hundreJ anisixtj-
Fonr men escaped from Hie Clisrle
two (Mais.) State Prison yesterday,
committed from Boston ana writ
aown to the polioe. ; x
Mrs. Fremont wrltti ironi Tariu (hat
le French trlala resulted In giving (.Jen.
. Yemont complete release from all coll
Fred Shsnben, an intuate of the city
ospltal at Indianapolis, basbeen notified
bat be ban com Into possession ol $23,.
00 In Berne, Switzerland, and as soon
be recovers lie will go after it.
.. Matthew Riley," laborer, who was
' mocked down fcnd run over In Xovem
r last, tn Xew York, by Wm H. Van
lerbilt, who was driving one of his last
earns, died of bis Injuries, yesterday. .
: Gov. Hollliay, ol Virginia, has com
nted the sentence ot a negro who was
have .been biHrg next Friday, in
?lttaylranla county, forthe murder fit an
legitimate child ot bis daughter, the
:rlme having been committed to "hide
Xbe mill owner In the western part
( Massachusetts "are 'indignant at the
.nforcemenC by the state detectives of
the ten-hour law, and they have held a
meeting at Pittsfteld, as a preliminary in
their purpose to carry a test case up to
the supreme court, and try the constltu
Monaltty ot the law.
; The unfortunate mayor ol Des Moines,
Iowa, had Anally to go. In November
last he wrote hit resignation, to be pre
sented to the council should he ever
' ngain sink Into the Serboolan box of In'
toxlcation. Jjat week the paper -was
read and "accepted. ' Hie cup had too
great a grip nnon the poor iltvll. Ho
couldn't joit away.
The subscription atarted under tho
auspices' ot Mr. Kimball, to relieve the
Ontral Congregational church of Brook
iju (Rt. t. -uadcn) of debt, has now
resulted fh raising the total amount re
v)ulred,some $05,000. David U. Stone,
of the Journal of Com www, who was
opposed to agitating the subject on the
Sabbath, subscribed, when approached
luring the week, between five and six
Tut Bouse military a flairs committee
has a communication from General Pope
regarding the army organization, etc.
Ee expresses an opinion that 25,000 men
Is too small a force tor the needs ot tho
country, and argues that the committee,
In order properly to determine the quesi
, tiou bf the stall organization and admin
! lstratlon, should provide tor its thorough
investigation by a board ot officers ot
rank and great experience (o be desig
nated by act ol congress. .
Talk about the nomination of Tildcn
or McClellan ln;lS80! WhyWestern
ana aoutnern iiemocrau would see
either of 'em in Halifax before giving
them any support if they entertain such
views as tbey are credited with. No man
on a Wall street platform can expect any
countenance outside of Wall street poli
ticians and bondholders' attorneys. . The
Imocrats elected Bamuel J. once and
fe hadn't nerve enough to even peak
out In bis own beaalf. Mo more ot that
kind ot material, If yoa please. In 1880
, we want a wxii, and one that la in
sympathy with the people and not afraid
to maintain their rights, and hi).
fhe policy-holders of the defunct
Chicago llfo insurance company will
this week, present to the grand Jury,
through tbelr attorney, Emery A. 8 torn,
' a complaint against William F. Tucker,
the president of the company trom 1637
down to tioa U went Into the bands
' of a receiver, The principal charge
! made will be that ot parfury In swearing
to false and fraudulent accounts rclerred
i to the auditor off state.'" Other damaging
I allegation, , lor Instance, that large
dividends were , paid to stockholders
i when the company's condition by
meant warranted "i will be advanced n
support of the plea lor ao indictment
Mr. Tacicar, ma aiso jus uiegai con
federate, r, Clapp. XI . ' .
. Wbsn tbA aooUaation ol Pendleton
was announced, the first man to congrat
ulate Umfwumqs on the result was Gen
i'om EtiOf . and Is did it well. The
milowlac. avebt utterances show the
Wo mrt compromise with Wall
treat Ko Batter fur Uw machinations
of nnlllMaaf t matter for tne assumed
Dtceasltr of imlduff New York, New
jijmt r i I'osuaeetlcut the . national
nm h rWe the Senoa which
apart riaim from the money
tJZHr. -k t fand Jor the rights ol
Kmk"' . r.r 7fd rom Wall afreet
MtSv i t ad oars fields. The
I I t iil sMthlifignt Let
I flttttL. t H Bot lower 1U
'f.F-SJifc-vi. t U lnsplrstlwi from
' - FW.rrfT" aeroiMHs ana
t W TJI UarnVRt
Tb Bilvtr Dill in ConRres. '
That our readers way understand the
sltuatiou of the silver hgblulioii now
ldlng, we nuncx a ropy of what In
ktiwu as tlin Hlnnil hill, which patrd
the house ol rprrfrmat.iwi hy a vot "t
13 to 01:
Ah Act to authorise the free coinage of
the silver dollar, and to restore its legiti
Se it ennctcA iy Vi4 semtc uml Jwuh
rtprttentativa of tut ourrit mam oj
Aineriea in eongns assembled, that tliero
snau no coiueo, at me auvenu uwia ui
tho.L'nitcd States, silver do! Ian of the
weight of lour hundred ana twelve ana
a half grain troy or standard silver, as
provided in the act ol January eigh
teenth, citfhtceu hundred and thirty
seven, on which shall be tho devices and
superscriptions provided oy saiu act
whii h coins, toiruther with all (liver dol
lars heretofore coined by the United
.States of like weight and nominal value.
for all debts and dues, publio and private,
except where otherwise provmea ny con
tract ; and tbif owner of silver bullion
may deposit the same at any United
state colnaco mint or assay office, to be
coined Intosnch dollars for hli benefit,
upon the same terms and condition as
gold bullion is deposited for coinage
under existing laws.
Hr.r. 2. All acts and rarts ot acts In
consistent with the provisions of this act
are hereby repealed.
The ellect ot this bill, if made a.Iaw,
will be to simply restore the silver dollar
to tbd place it occupied prior to February
As reported back to the fSenate by the
Finance Committee, amendments were
recommended striking out the concluding
clause of the first paragraph ot the above
from tho word " contract" to the end,
and inserting the following clause in Its
" And the secretary of the treasury Is
authorized and directed, out of any
money in the treasury not otherwise
appropriated, to purchase, trom time to
time, silver bullion, at the market price
thereof, not less than two million dollars
per month.and not more than four million
dollars per month, ami cause tbo same to
be coined into sucn uouars; aim any
gain or seigniorage arising from this
coinage shall be accounted for and paid
Into the treasury as provided under ex
isting laws relative to the subsidiary
coinage: Provided, that the amount ol
rnnnov at anv one time invested In such
silver bullion, exclusive ot such resulting
coin.shall not exceed live million dollars."
When tho bill comes up lor consider
atlon in tho senate, as it will In a short
time, the first question will ba on the
adoption of thei amendments. It is
understood, however, that before, this
bill and its amendments shall be acted
upon, the scnato will pass upon Stanley
Matthews' resolution, declaring that the
government bonds shall be payable In
either gold or silver. Mr. Edmunds'
resolution, declaring that the bonds are
payable in gold, bas not yet been re
ported back from the finance committee,
to which It was rclerred.
Tm. Quiney lltrald puts it thus : "Why
would an exclusive gold currency be dis
honest money? Because It would rob
the laborer, and tho owner of every kind
of propf rty, except United States bonds.
flow would this robbery occur ? By In
creasing the purchasing power of gold,
the volume of which, It no other money
was used, would adapt itself to the value
ot all the labor and all tho property in
the country, Hence a gold dollar would
buy two day labor where it buys only
one now ; or two bnshois of whpst whr
ft buys one now.
The Ohio legislature by a vote of ninety
to live adopted the following resolutions.
be leaders of all three parties. Demo
crat, Republican and Independent spoke
warmly in their favor.
That common honesty, true financial.
Udotu and justice to the tax-payers ot
this country, demand the immediate res
toration ot the silver dollar to its former
rank as a legal tender tor all debts, pub
lic and private.
The second resolution asserts
That President Jlayes and Secretary
Sherman, in their opposition to tho res
toration of the silver dollar, do not rep
resent the views nor the wishes or the
The silver meeting at Indianapolis the
other night mado the following reason
able demands, and In so doing expressed
the sentiments ot a large majority of the
people in the wost :
1. The Immediate and unconditional
repeal of the specie resumption act.
. The immediate restoration ol the
silver dollar to 4121 grains weight, nine
parts pure, Just as u was before it was de
monetized, to a run legal tender, with
tree and unlimited coinage.
3. The withdrawal ot Batlonal bank
notes and issulne ot a volume ot United
States notes sufficient to meet the wants
ot the business of the country.
4. inn making oi united mates notes a
legal tender lor all debts, public and pri
vate, except where coin has been ex
pressly stipulated In existing contracts.
S. Tne payment at or before maturity
of all United States bonds In exact accord
ance wHIi the law under which thev
A Gg.NTitMAN lu Indiana "stumped"
the Chicago Journal with the following :
1 Micbmux City, Jan. 13, 1873.
To the T.Muu at the Evealnr .Tnnrn,! .
Dbab thR-I have in my possession a
silver coin issued by the government of
tne united states in tne year itw, and la
generally' known aa dad's dollar
Tne government fays upon the free ol
this coin that it Is "on dollar." It 1
understand your position, yon aay it Is
only ninety or ninety-one cents. Which
shall 1 believe tbe government or you?
Under the constitution, baa an iildlvld
ual tbe right to regulate the nine ot
coin, or does it belong to the whole peo
ple as expresaeo inrongn tneir govern'
menr. x ours iruiy, u. it. Markis.
That U a "dollar" which the law, the
enactment ot the united States govern
ment, says shall b e a dollar. Gold may
"go up," as It did once, to $2.85, but
"what goes up must finally come down,1
and gold is gettiog down from ltt "high
horse" pretty rapidly, thank you,
JHr at Carrolton.
An Incendiary fire at Carrolton. Ill,, on
twuraay nignt, destroyed nve txiHClruzi
toss not stated ; Insurance, 19,000. Duis
log the fire a Drick wall tell on the root
of a onestory ouudlng. nnon wblch aev
eral men were at work battling the
flames, carrying the roof and men down
in a mast of ruins, No one was killed
outright, but Kichard Parker, Buoker
Ennls and Joseph Dickson wen very
seriously Injured, and eight others toot
I : CHICAGO.
xtmi:r Biwtia'rt rltt
Cnir.no, Jan. 22.-Bcnjanilu V. Tage
and W. Sirnirue. constituting the whole-
sale "glass, paint aud oil firm ot Page A
Jjpraguc, tiled a rolumary petition IU
bankruptcy tn-day. Bccured liabilities
NW.OCrt. with itciirities n $104,000
luoted as worthless ; unsecured debts,
$00,000: liabilities on bills discounted,
$165,000; assets, 20,lK) in lands, 2nd
f. 50,000 In personal property and stocks.
TBI DEVIL .MONO THE T1IT.ORS.
' About five hundred tailors, belonging
tn tho tailors' union, ouit work this
morning, on a strike for an increase in
wuaninf from 3a to 40 ner cent. Host
of the wholesale clothing establishments
are involved In Hie strike, but the pro.
nrlotors exnre- the opinion that It will
not be serious In extent orefl'ect.
AssoLvmi free from morphia and
other dangerous agents Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup is valued most highly as a remedy
for tne disorders or DaDynoou. rrise
onlv 25 cents a bottJe.
OvemMbiBST ike Kaerglea.
It is not advisable for any of us toovcr-
task our energies, corporeal or mental,
but In the eager pursuit ot wealth or
fame or knowledge, how many transgress
this salutary rule. It must be a matter
of great importance to all who do so to
know how they caa regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. The remedy Is
neither costly or difficult to obtain. Hos
teller's Stomach Bitters la procurable In
every city, town and settlement in
America, and it compensates tor drain
of bodily or mental energy more effec
tually than any Invlgorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
athletes students, Journalists, lawyers,
clergymen, physicians, all bear testimony
to its wondroutly renovating powers.
It Increases tho capabilities for under
going fatigue, and counteracts the in
Jurlous effects upon the system of ex
posure, sedentary habits, unhealthy or
wearying avocations, or an Insalubrious
climate, nnd Is a prime alterative, dl
nretlc and blood depurent, 1-31 tf.
Give it to the children. Physicians
prescribe it. Thousands use It. Sold by
druggists. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Price 25 cents.
.OTH i: TO COMTBA(TR.
OlTICB OF CITV Cl.BRK, 1
Cslro, Ills., .Inn. t878.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
Oflice, directed to tbe city council of Cairo,
llUDOis, until o o-eioes: mesusy evening,
February Mh, A. 1. 17, for the construc
tion ot a one span iron bridge, together
with tbe gpproacbes or auutmsoti ana
foundation, across Cache riyer, about one
and one- "ill miles trom Mound City rail
road depot, and four miles north of tbe city
of Cairo, in tbe counties of Alexander and
l'ulstkt, state ot Illinois, according to tbe
plans and specifications prepared by John
i'. Uely, Esq., C. K., now on lile and sub
ject to examination in this office, the speci
fications of which are aa follows, viz :
Said bridge and trestle work to be made
np of eighteen (1) openings nt eighteen (IS)
feet trom centre to centre of pots, and one
span ot one hundred (100) feet across the
The one hundred (1W) fdet span to he of
Iron, and so proportioned mat a load 01 ten
(10) tons distributed over twenty (v!0) lineal
teet at the centre of tbe span, shall not
strain tbe Iron over twelve tbousand
(12, WO) pound per square in. h tennile, or
over seven tbousand five hundred (7 v)
pounds per square inch shearing strain
the etrain in comprr stion to be in at,
leait in th proportion to tbe ratio of
length to diameter, by Gordon's formula.
r .. .. n mBlA t.fl A , . n k. nn- 1....
dred I.11XJ) feet in the elearand tbe roadway
twelve (12) feet wide.
Tbe noor to be ot wbite oak plank two
and one-bait (24) inches iblck and not over
twelve (12) inches wide.
Tbe noor oesms to ce oi white oak and in
nrooortlon to tbe balance ef the one hun
dred (1C0) feet span structure, and also to
be proviuea wim a smiaDie ax:e guard.
Tbe above to rest upon Iron columns pro
portioned to tbe stricture to he supported,
tne columns at eacn enu oi tne oent or iron
span to be placed on a mud sill twen
ty (30) feet long morticed and tenoned to a
sufficient number of white oak piles, (Irm
ly driven into toe nver oana.
Tbe bents to be formed of (our posts 10X in
inches square, tbe two Inner part to stand
perpendicular and toe two outer parts to
oe framed and stand at a batter of one in
eight. The eap and sill of the bents to ba
12X11 Inch square timber, the caps to be
twenty (20) feet long, and the aitle to pro
ject on eacn end two feet past the outer
ei(je oi tue ouisiae poeu. i ne posu to be
morticed and tenoned luto the caps and sills,
ana eaea tenon o ue pinnea wua two
tbree-quartcr (J) Inch square iron P'rs, and
each beut to
braced by two diagonal
icb Blank, well fitted and
braces ot 12X2) inch plank, well utu
spiked on caps, posts and sills
Tbe bents to rest or stand upon four mud
sills mi!! inches and eight (8) feet long set
ia tne ground ana piausu on tue anguinent
01 tne wore.
Tbe earrlaRe wav of the rtrestlework to
be sixteen (IS) feet wide, the floor plank
'o 00 miee () incbea ana not over twelve
(19) Inches wide, and to be well sdIUk! on
to tbe Htrtagers and floor beams.
Tbe floor beams to be made un as followi :
two (2) stringers of 8X12 Inches aet on th
caps and sixteen (16) teet apart from out-
siae to outna. we speee between said
strlngert to be equally divided for seven
m neams 013&H wanes eeoli and each aet
1 floor beans erspane to have three m uii
of herringbone bridging ot zXtinth scant-
The strinsers and floor beans to rett at
least mx (01 incnes on iba cadi.
ab euiiigvn w connect ny nan joints
and te be fattened to tbe caps by one inch
round spines or pons etguteen (18) inches
A raunw or naiiasters four 41 feet hleh
to be eons truu ted on each side of above die
cnoea irniH-tik, tne posts w we exit
inob eieessno Mecca on ue cans and fasten.
nwmih stringers oy two (3) one-naif
Inch boiu. Tbe parte to be six (8) toet
anart: tne aaad rail SXS lathee, aad aa
axle guard of Hill laches, all well listened
en to the poets .
AO ot toe anovs umbers to be ot white
or burr oak of
tha work done in a
thorough and work
m.n Ilka n'innar. and tinitarth. m..i..i.,.
of sunk pttjsou as the eonunittee oa street,
or the city jouboU ot the city of Cairo sbst
The appreaohM to above trestlework and
bridge to be of earth and with a slope ol
net oore than one ta tea and not lata than
sixteen (10) test wide 00 loo. with a alone
to tbe bate of eae la two, Seperate Wds
will be received for Iron spaa. Including
abutments and foundation, for ins woedfa
trestle portion o said bridge, aad for tbe
earthea approaches, or tor tbe entire
The rlfht to rsisct any or all bids, U re
enrren, 4, a. I'liiLLlM,
dtH. , . . city Ciork.
In order to Introduce eur Big Sted
Bpring Wheat, The Wheat ot Taos, In
yaur locallty-Hilagle gralas SMasuriag sat-
naif lash la length 1 propose it send
sample ef tbe wheat tye of charge, to
every sui serlbet to this paper wbo.wtll
state the tarns el the newspaper and send
a three cett stamp to pay pottage.
Agents wanted in aver; county to sell
tail MW wheat. Address
1. 1. OsMan, Clevtlsad, lata,
OUR JtOnO; "The Best
O. HANNY, ;
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
ib cd cp ie iicniass,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Eats and Caps, Coffees, 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 Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
l adles' and Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh.
Oar Stock embraces everything needed In
Goods. Pleae give us a call, examine
The edition of 1878 ot the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as flostetterje Alma
nac, is now ready, and may be btalned
free of cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all parts ot the United
States and British America, and indeed
In every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere, ll combines, with tho
soundest practical advice tor tbe presers
vatlon an j restoration ot health, a large
amount ot Interesting nnd amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will bo found entirely accurate, The
issue of llostetter's Almanac for 1873, In
tho English, German, French, Welsh,
Nor weglon, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will In all proba-
Diuiiiy oe tne largest coition of a medical
work ever publihed in any country. The
proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter & Smith,
rittsburg, Fa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any person who cannot procure one In
Tbe Merry Bays ef Ol.
In reading of tbe middle ages one Is
struck by the accounts given of feats oi
strength, etc,, of the hi actors ot those
times. The suits ot armor worn, would
certainly indicate the possession of greato
er physlelnl strength than is developed
by men In these latter days. What
wrought the change ? Men lived In the
merry days a more outsdoor life than this
advanced civilization ot oars can afford.
There is a greater consumption ot brain
matter, and that increased demand on
mental and physical power necessitates
the use of a pure vegetable, stimulant
tonicj such as the Uome Stomach Bits
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on,tbe f
system, is always eureu Dy uumpnrcys
Homeopathic Specific No. 28. It tones
up and invigorates the system, imparts
strength and energystops the drain and
rejuvenates tbe entire man. Been used
twenty years wito perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $5 per packago of Ave
vials and S3 vial of powder. Sent by
mail 00 receipt ot price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Mcdlelne
Company, 109 Fulton street N.I.
S. F. Bioko
Paints, Oils, Varnishes'
sVali Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaea. szo.
always ea bead, Ue ealebtsted Ulsmlaatl
Oorner Bleveath Street and Waahl
AlAMFACTUIEIt AKD D CALEB IN
Mr. Block deairea to aaM tha attention ot
the Publio to tbe I aet that be hat al
ways en hand a large, new and fashionable
euea w reaay-maut enstom noots ana
Bases ffakaaewiu tell at
m LOWEST TRICES.
bXfSk St, li f d I Ca An.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Uu of Ue M. oaarlee.
HATES: 19.00 PSItDAY
WOHSSa TJPOH WOVDZa.
earth, .N.turU ,ae uMrastural.tKWIil Walm
SKal, aMag Ourtealnw. WIkW aaJ WltckcnfL
breams, aapentUk Ararii, faWleat, Sa
caeatMM fte. laenltrtaaiaU auytee UUeerU
Ixok, lb atUa, kwr ttselnd te five U
way stall Ue attire te tee it Aairret, ay aeattl
tui, t.QlXiaOH Otf.,7Sl WliMtfltelmel
M-A ttnaae, T-trti ead nt
rUiL dua ''tu book or
Ik. bmZU at Am kHMM iA
Goods at Ma lowest Pri
Special attention given to Country trade.
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our goods and prices before you buy. .
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1 an at
St Louis, Mo.
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IAS. &I0X, A. v., Principals
J, H. HUBW00D, , J
FULL LIFE SCHOUriSHIPJ S8I 00
CompWe, Thoivl nl Prct;i:a
M or nrodv In (lie L'nltwl Nutei
eoum lo(lipensille in rry yono n i n m
lrkUiR oa lie tra cl IUV.
Fsr IUnttratel Circula-,
TH09.A.RICE. A. M..L. B..
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WMaU anJ Rttail l .n In
Toreign and Domestic
lVIFS OF ALL K1MH.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MKSsRS. f MTTil CO., bsve conriitly a
large ttock ot tbe tt troodi In thr rnar
krt, and give eptol ,1 attention 10 the wbolr
eale braneli f Ue basinets.
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo, oonsumors and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to aupply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offleeen whan oott. toot ef Sixth street.
Offlee of Hallltlar BroUme, opposite
Egyptian WilU, Twentieth strwt.
Coal Damp, foot of Ttalrtr-elisnta utrcpl,
feu Oflice drawer 3r0
79 OXXXO XJDVZLU, '
CUT National Dank BnlWlng, up.eiaba.
TU Oldest Eiublitbtd Sgnoj n Sonthers
IUIdoU, aad repNMoitDg ow
ta& ooo ooo
Saloon and Restaurant.
TOG BEST OP
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on band. Also has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC,
' Ai Wholesale ajsi Retail.
M tlu Old Delmonico Hote1A
5-im 3fo, CS Ohlo Lcrse
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,-
Washington Avcnuo and Eighth Street
White Lead White Sine,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Asady for th Erueh,
Illuminating Oils, '
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
- W i. i i ' , I, . .
ThcElgia Ke.oana Can
Tho Only Porloot Can ia
th World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrodo or Broak.
Every family aliouldhnvo
OIL TANKS and
Tha best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Forco Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Puorlon Ao coll q rholn npincc
Agency and Depot l'or Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
ernes. Also for Wakefield's, Eartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WA'SHINE
"Last week I bought a 10 cent packst'c of Wajbinn anJ done my wa-blng In ooo I jih
the usual time at le-s than hail tbe cot ol soap. My elm lies were ftbier. 1 dhl uoi
have lo rub them, snJ It UM not tbrink my woolons, snrl for olioe I wail entbied lo jot i
hot dinner oo Monday. So la ltea tiy It, and you will save labor, time ainl money, ll i
perfectly safe to use it. M ltd. .v.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' S$tF
German Syrup and August Flower, .
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table XTse-Very Oheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Stioe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Way "Plowor and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Tjie Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Afjua Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines;
Quinine, Smith's Tonic Kres3 Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Oountef Brushe
Writing PaperEnvelopes, Ppns and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pare Imported Bay It lira, Splemlld-Janad! Tar
Soap- English and American (Soaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In origi
nal Bottles or in Broken Quanti
ties a wanted at low pricen.
Bey Tow Brugo "
At Barclays' Drug Svoro.
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
FIro risk for Elaine and Gas rato tho
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
Bny WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S-
at Dr. Woods' Prices.