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Hnld nrular onunonication in
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Mutt MawUr oMh moots.
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r.seather experienced in Miuinetie, Mib
f gin, thus far tliisefasoii.
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j Thk appropriation at the disposal of
j) n tie fovernor ior Bringing rriiiiiusis iu
0 j uuce, noa Deen exnausieu, ami no more
,; 0 ewards will be offered until the lnji
. i Mature rnwts find new appropriation l
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lfl i J m members or Uie ixmisians return
1 lii.u l.siap.1 m nelnff ftvArv ftnrf nilB4lhln
j to uave the criminal rase penumg
L .mrainit ttiem removwl trom tlie Mate
a tlieir application Tor the change on
,ihe jrround that the white o( New
1 Organs are to prejudiced AKainbt them
that tbey coulil not get a fair trial in the
Sn riNO Bull han turned up a;ain,
thta tinie on Frenchman's Creek, not a
jjreat dtottnee trom Fort Keogh, where
Can. Miles forces aie Rationed. . Ite
porta tay that in all Satin Bull has
about four tliouaanel warriors, inciiulinj
a numtxT oJ celebrated chieft. It Is ur
iuImhI that the pesky old warrior hat do
iiJCUiJou Forts Teck and Keoli, and
preparations for a vlgormw ih-tt'ivv are
Riuua Anuy dull Adviuiriiur
pcrikl by ttl t tb Itcpiilillonn.
1 UK WVT.t INVOLVm IN THE HKVrLI
Lom'o.n, Jau. 'J3, 4 i..v.-The qucstluu
now awaitinff deoUlou is not merely the-
fettkmcnt between Busaia and Turkey,
but It Includes the aalety ol all Europe.
Uusiia' terms are known only to Ger
many and Austra. and the tone ot the
German prefs In highly sijniflcanr, itu
plying that '...,
AKMSTIl'K KftIOTIiTIOS WILL CttlTAINLT
A Vienna correspondent telegraphs
that Austria Is not opposing Itu-sia's
demands, but finding that one of thera
would be regarded by England as a
casus belli, Count Andrassy Is trying to
have It so modified ns to avert a war,
which would become general In Kurnpe.
Should Kngland maka the least warlike
preparations at this crisis
1TACE WOILD BECOME IMP0S5II K.
There are gravo reasons Jor fearing that
she wijl do jo however. Night before last
a delegation of over forty members of par
liament had a private interview with the
chancellor of the exchequer to Inquire
whether the government Intended to
allow a J'usslan advance on Constanti
nople pr Gallipoli. Sir Stafford North-
cote replied that England would eulbrce
the conditions laid down In I-ord Derby s
note to Russia last May, addintr that
unless things altered the government
would ask for supplies, as toreshadowed
in the queen's speech. Gen. Ghourko is
said to be at Keshon, only two days'
march trom Gallipoli, having abandoned
tL jursuit ot
who is at Kavalu preparing to embark
for Gallipoli by sea. If Ghourko gets
there lir?t Huleiman cannot reach Con
stantinople at all, as the Russians will
command the Dardanelles.
The supreme court of South Carolina
has decided that circuit fudgea iu that
tatc must be elected by ballot instead of
viva voce. This decision ousU all the
circuit judges elected prior to 1877, by
the Republican legislature, and retains
Kershaw and Wallace, elected last y ea r
by the Democrats, it was a constitu
tional question, Involving the construc
tion oftite word '-ballot." The supreme
court was divided, Associate Judges
Hclver and Haskell ngreeing that a bal
lot was required," Chief Justice Villsrd
l!senting in favor of v!va voce.
TmthK was a curious meeting of suit
money men at the capital Wednesday,
Ben Butler and Procf or Knott were there,
and others to the number of a hundred,
mostly Iroin the west and south. So
strong Is tbe feeling onr this subjeet now
mat for a time everything else is for
gotten. Butler Is a tower ot weakness to
any :iue just now, but lie seemed U be
allowed to take tlie lead at this meeting.
This was the worst sort of policy. It is
said the proposition to attach tbe silver
bill to an appropriation bill. 11 neeesary,
was favorably considered.
KxStcaETARV Rrutow's appearance
In Boston Is very generally beld by the
press to be significant of hopes that that
gentleman or bu 'friends have that be
may be ot importance as a presidential
candidate a few years from now. This
Is not likely. The Instances In our later
history In which men have been carefully
prepared for that high office, and have
received It, are few. Brlsto w's hope was
In the cbaotic condition ot the Republic
can party two years ago. If there was
not something In tbe man himself, or his
associations, or bis history, that;could
force recognition at that time, it is not
to be thought he will ever succeed.
Five hundred Chicago tailors are out
on a quiet kind ol a strike. They refused
to go to work, oil the 22d, at the recently
reduced tlgnics ; but they are not making
much of a fu?s over it, and the leaders
say they do not intend to. A representa
tive clothing merchant inakes-the fol
lowing statement regarding the situation
of aflairs to-day ; Most of the wholesale
stores have a large stock left over on
account of the weather. There being
but a very limited demand lor goode, the
price of manufacture of the same had to
be cut down In order that there might be
nnvthinir nt all done in the line of
clotliiug. Then, again, the country stores
have all laid In large and unsalable stocks
on account of an anticipated severe winter
and heavy crops. Disagreeable weather
has softened the roads and made It next
to Impossible' to move the crops. The
demand of the tailors arc for an ImTcaso
of from 25 to 40 per cent, on the wages
they are now receiving. The representa
tion made Is that the prices for making
clothing In the different lines have been
reduced time after time, until figures
have been reached at which the tailors
found it impossible to sew. They ac
cordingly demanded $3.50 for making a
flue lrock coat, or more than the old
price, B5 cents instead of 43 cents lor a
tine vest, and a proportionate increase
- What it Coats.
The receipts for customs at French
man's Bay, Maine, for the year ending
June 30, 1877, amounted to $8.83. The
expenses Incurred In the collection was
$5,187. The custom receipts in Alaska,
for the year were lilty-flour cents ; tbe
fees of the collectors and five deputies,
$9,014.80. At Perth Amboy, New JerJ
sey, $79.80 was collected, and $5,245.30
expended in tbe collection. At St. Au
gustine, Florida, $23.81 was collected,
and $3,781 expended in the collection
This looks like "a tariff for revenue"
for tlie ofilceholders.
Hks atom ilKca, of Kentucky, assuming
that Uie public debt baa been reduced
two hundred and twenty millions mote
than is required by the provisions of tlie
luking fund act, and believing that tbe
country is not able to stand tlie present
rate ol taxation, has introduced a reso
lution to the eQect that It is unnecessary
and Inexpedient to maintain or Impose
taxes at this time tor the purpose of
providing the thlrty-sewn millions
asked lot? by the secretary ol (lie trt-aa
ury for the ciakiuA? fuud. -The rendu
turn also directs tbe secretary not to
purchase bonds tor the reduction ot the
principal of the public debt Ull further
orders of congress. This action of
Senator Beck attracts at once general
attention, and will doubtless lie di-cussed
throughout the country.
Mr. KxArr, member of the bouse from
(he eleventh Illinois district, has Intro
dueed a bill in the house extending the
jurisdiction of the light-house board over
l be Illinois river, Tbe bill establishes a
new district, to be composed of such
parts of tlie Mississippi, Ohio and
Missouri rivers as the board may deem
expedient, to be in all respects similar
to the existing districts, with authority
to lease such around as Is necessary lor
all lights and beacons. Tbe board
authorized to use from . unexpended sp
propriallo&s for tbe Mississippi, Missouri
and Ohio river lights sum not ex
deeding $17,000, for the purpose ol
building a steam, tender for the use of
the Ofkt-lMmasi service on the western
rlrers. Tbe bill has gone to the appro
prietioa committee. There is a large
unexpeswUd balaoee which can boused
tor tot purpose or um wu. roe light
bouse boari Isoro reeeomends tbe bill
Ad torn tot&to that tbe commit
tt will make a favorable report opoo It.
Reuben Rugland, ot Richmond, Vs.,
late president ot the l'ctersburg railway
company, and for many years noted as
one of the wealthiest citizens of Virginia,
was on the 22d adjudicated a bankrupt.
Liabilities, $411,084 52. Tbe assets con
sist of 8,133 shares of stock. in the l'ctcrt
burg railroad company, which have next
to no value. The failure is due to a
shrinkage of vnlnre, as his stock cost
Henry If. Stanley's Travels in
From ritermua'tlllttbtiliwgen, Dtcenilxr, 1S"7.
The American newspaper correspond
ent, Ilunry M.Stanley, Is the Bismarck ot
Alricau discovery. As 1'rtuce Bismarck
united the separate members of Germany
ana uum up a mignty empire out or mem,
Stanley has connected the Uijteta mmb
ot Aincan researcn, given tuetn a nrra
support, aud brought the labors of a
thousand years to a certain conclusion,
The deeds ot a Columbus, Vascode Gama
Magellan, reacn d&ck only a tew centuries,
but tne Knowledge or Airtca extends up
ward to hoary antiquity and the most
remote ages of history, and it was an
African stream, the Nile, whose knowl
edge and investigation particularly do-
manueu tne auenuon or cemnries. vut
even in tbe oldest times tbe difficulties ot
African discovery bad become proverbial;
the source of the wealth aud health
giving Nile stream remained veiled to our
owi day, and the saying, Cajiut
ouaercrt was applied two centuries ago.
In Ovid's time, to unattainable things and
inexplicable problems, as we now speak
ot tbe art of flvlnr.
In tbe light of the discoveries of Stan
ley, It seems undoubted that the Arabians
nrsuiad a knowledge ot tue Congo, and
bad pushed forward to It centuries ago
perhaps even at the tlmo Columbus first
sailed across the ooesn and discovered
tbe New World.
If tbe Congo flowed, as Cameron
sketched tbe Lualawa, trom Nysnewe
directly westwsrd, the travels and dis
coveries of Stanley would not be hairso
Interesting nor Important. It would be,
to pursue tbe simile further, only Bis-
. .1.1. IIma tf U..nl. I. fth.ft
war huvi iiuv. dinjh. ih uw
case, would only have given toe lower
course and a mouu it ue Loaiswm. ue
headwaters and atouroe to tbe Congo;
he would have connected tUM eastern
discoveries with the western, those of
Krnpf, Erbardt, Rebmann, bpeke, Bur
tou, Grant, Baker, Getsl, sud Living'
stone with thoso of Turkey and those
gathered dnrlug centuries by the Tortus
gee and Ciitltollo missions; which
lattrr, it mav Ihi said by the way, are
small, poor, unreliable, und. may be
called a shame lor a cultivated natiou,
and a Cliristlau work. A single German
traveler, Heinricb Hartb, has doue more
for tlio map mid geography ol Africa
than all tho l'ortujcuc:. including the
f!overnmeut of I'ortucal, and all Catho
iu missions in hundreds ot years.
But Stanley has also connected the
seuthern researches of Livingstone,
Cameron, Ladlslaus, Magyar, Pogee,
Montelro, Gamitto, Rodriquez, Oraea
aud the I'ombclros. with tho uorthern
researches ot Du Chaiilu, Marnhe. 8av
orguan de Bmza, Barth, haehUiral,
Sehweinfurth, lirowne, and the oldest
African traveler. His bold course
reaches to tho niont remote points of the
discoveries of the greatest African trav
elers. In one effort, be was woven all
these disjecta mtihbra, the different ends,
and threads of former researches and the
labors of ihousnnds of year?, Into one
Tims Stanley has done more than all
scientific explorations of Interior Africa
which extend over tho past thirty years:
he baa done more than all the travels of
Europeans which date back sighty years;
than all the journeys of Arabians, w ho,
for a thoueand years and more, have
pressed forward everywhere Into interior
Africa; he lias done more than all classic
antiquity, and finally he has made known
more than the millions of its natives
know of their own country.
There is no like Instance In the whole
history of tlie world's discoveries
As ocn reporter came along Water
stm t last night, shivering with the chill
night air, and drawing his overcoat
lightly about him, he thought, "now is
the tliae for colds and coughs," but If
poor mortals only knew what a certain
:nre Dr. Bull'i Cough Syrup Is, how few
would long suffer, and then It costs only
twenty -live rints. Sandusky (Ohio)
Grain in Store.
( hicairo elevator!, as per olllciul t!s
ures, contain l,(io8,!87 bushtls ol wheat;
fi84,U22 bushels ot corn; 227,472 bushels
of oats; 136.4U2 bnshcls of rye, and 679,
02 bushels ul barley, making a grand
total of 3,315,i54 buihels. against 2.!-.IS.v
200 .bushels a week ago, and 0,345,471
bushels at this period hist year.
New Verk and Brooklyn warehouses
contain 2,278,000 bu.helsof wheat, 64,
000 bushels of corn, 1,544.000 buthels ol
oats, 23,000 bushels of rye, 173,000
bushels of barley, mil 312, 0W bushels ol
Exports la-it week Irom seaboard ports
include 70.000 barrels of flour, 1.141,000
bushels ot wheit. 1,292,000 bu.-liels ot
corn, 2,000 bushels ol oats, 50.000 bush
e of rye, 8.050 barrels ot pork, 6,440,"
000 pounds of lard, 13,220,000 pounds of
Ml K B lO CO.VI HAITOIH.
f UTICBOK CITY C'LXKK, 1
Cairo, Hit., Jan. S, 1873. j
Sealed proposals will be received at this
oUioo, directed to tbe city council of (Juro,
Illinois, unt4 5 o'clock Tiiet-diiy evening,
February 6tb, A. D. 1878, for the construc
tion ot a one span iron bridge, together
with tbe approaches or abutments and
foundation, across Cache riyer, about one
and ne-Wt miles from Mound City rail
road deDot. sod four miles north of the city
of Cairo, in the counties of Alexander and
l'ulafkl, state of Illinois', according to the
plans und specifications prepared by John
P. Hely, Ewi., C. ., now on tile and sub
ject to examination in tbls office, the tpeci-
Said brIUL'e ana trestle worn 10 be nude
up of eighteen (18) openings nt eiKUten ( 18)
feet from centre to centre of po,ts,aad one
span ot one nurnreu jiw; jcei across tue
Tbe one hundred ami leetsnsn ti be ot
iron, aud to proportioned that a load ol ten
(10) tons dif tilhuted over twenty (20) lineal
fett at the centre of tbe span, shall not
strain tbe iron over twelve tbousand
(12.O00) pounds per square men tenBtie, or
over seven thousand Ave hundred (7 5t0)
pounds per square inch shoarlng strain
tbe strain in compression to in at,
leatt in tbe proportion to the ratio of
bfDKtb to diiimeter, by (1 onion's formula,
The span ot said bridge to be one hun
dred (loo) feet in the clear aud tbe roadway
twelve (12) feet wide.
The Door to do oi wane oak pianwiwo
and one-hall (21) inches thick and not over
twelve (12) inches wide.
The floor beams to be of white oak and In
proportion to tbe balance of the one bun
UreU(iU0)ieetspan structure, ana also w
be Drovided wltb a suitable axlo guard.
The above to rest upon iron columns pro
portioned to the structure to be supported,
tbe columns at each end of tbe bent or Iron
suan to be placed on a mud sill vixli, twen
ty (20) feet long morticed and tenoned to a
lumciem number oi wane oas piles, nruv
ly driven into the river bank.
The bents to be tormedoffour pohts 10X10
inches square, tho two inner parts to stand
perpendicular and tbe two outer parts to
be tramed and stand at a batter of one in
eieht. Tbe can nl rt.l ot tbe bents to be
12X42 inch tfiuare timber, tiu cans to be
twenty (20) feet long, ind the sills to pro
ject on each end two feet put tbe outer
enge oi tue outsiee pons, i ue posts to be
morticed and tenoned la to the caps and sills,
auu eacn tenon v ut pinnea wit a two
OUR MOTTO: " The Best Goods at the Lowest Pri
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Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings. Dress Goods, Silks.
.A full line of Carpets, Msttiugs, Floor Oil Clotlis, Curtain ParimskF,
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This stoek is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention slven to Country trade.
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Tiik "Baby's Best Friend" Is the most
appropriate title lor Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup. lt'Is absolutely free from opium
morphia, and other powerful agents, Is
perfectly safe and reliable under all cir
cumstances and by allaying the usual
stomach and bowel disorders of baby
hood keeps the child from lrettlng and
crying, so injurious to itself and annoy,
lug to all. I'rice 25 cents,
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St. Louis, Mo,
IB08. A. BICE, A. X. L. X
IAS. BICE, A. M.,
J. H. HTJBWO0D, .
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, Indis
cretions or exoeEscs, or some drain on the
system, Is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 28. It touts
up and invigorates the system, imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates tbe entire man. ' Been used
twenty years witn perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $5 per package of Ave
vials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mall ' on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. 109 Fu'.ton street N. .
Uyertasklua the Energ-laa.
It is not advisable for any of us to over
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
ot great importance to all who do so to
know how they etu regain tbe vigor so
recklessly expended. The remedy Is
neither oostly or difficult to obtain. Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters is procurable In
every city, town and settlement in
America, and it eorapensUes tor a drain
of bodily or mental energy moro effec
tually than any invigorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
athletes, students, journalists, lawyers,
clergymen, physicians, all bear testimony
to its wondrously renovating powers.
It increases the capabilities for under
going latigue, and counteracts the ins
Jurlous effects upon the system of ex
posure, sedentary bablts, unhealthy or
wearying avocations, or an insalubrious
climate, and is a prime alterative, dN
uretlc and blood depurcnt, 1-23 tf.
i stringers and floor beams to rest at
three-quarter (i) inch tiiuitre iron pics, and
each bent to be braced by two diagonal
bracei of 122i inch flank, well fitted and
spiked on.caps, pdMH and sills
Tbe bents to lest or stand uuon four mud
sills 12X12 inches and eight (j feet lon set
in tbe ground and placid on tbe alignment
or me worn.
Tbe carriage way of the Itrestlswork to
be sixteen (IU) feet wide, the floor nlarik
to d toiee (3i incites anu not over twelve
17) lnones wide, and to be well snlkt-d on
io me stringer! ana noor neams.
The floor beams to be nude ui at follows
two (2) stringers of 8X12 laches sit on the
caps and sixteen (IK) rcet apart from out-
stae to ouisiun. 'sue space between said
strineersto be equally divided lor seven
(7) beams of UXl'i lncbei each, and each set
of floor beams or spans to have three (8) sets
ot herringbone bridging oi 2X4 inch scant-
least six (U) inches on tbe eaDS,
mo wiugiira m connect oy nail joints
and to be fastened to the raps by one inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen (18) Inches
a railing or oauastors rour (1) feet high
to be constructed on each side ol abovs dls
crlbed trestlework. Tbe posts to be 4X6
Inch dees and braced on tbe caps and fasten
ed on to the stringers by two (2) one-half
inch boll. The parts to lie six ((I) feet
apart; tbe hand rail 2X1 Inches, and an
axle guard of 2X12 inches, all well fastened
on to tbe posts.
All of the above timbers to be ot white
or burr oak of best quality, and
the work done In a thorough ami work
manlike manner, and under tbe supervision
of suoh person ae the committee on streets,
ortneelty souncll of the city of Cairo may
. The approaches to above trestlework and
bridge to be or earth and with a slope of
wviw iuwi vuv in wa auu aui imm wiau
sixteen (IS) feet wide oa top. with a slone
to the bsee of one In two, Seperate bids
will be received for iron span, including
abutments and foundation, for the wooden
trestle portion ol said bridge, and for tbe
earthen approaches, er for the entire
The right to reject any or all bids, Is re
"rved. J. B. ramus,
dttt city Cletk.
A Gentle Iliut.
In our style ot climate, with its sudden
haitgee of temperature rain, wind and
sunshine olten Intermingle in a single
day it u no wonder that our children.
trlends and relatives are so frequently
taken from us by neglected colds, half the
deaths resulting directly from this cause.
A bottle ot Boscbee'a German Syrup kept
about your home for immodlate nse will
prevent serious sickness, a large doctor's
bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ol
the Throat or Lungs, Its success is simply
wonderful, as your druggist will tell you
German Syrup is now sold In every town
and village on (his continent. Sample
bottles for trial, 10c; regular size, 75e
B. F. Blake
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes1
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow Bnsaee, ezo.
Always os barn, the eelebrated llluniiaatl
Corner Blavanth Street and Wash!
S AFFORD, MORRIS,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Bidldlag, tip.ettire.
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPj S81 00
MOST Complete. Thorough aul rractina
oourxc of Mudy in thf I'nui-t Mai.
oenrte indiBpenslblr to tvrry yiMir rni.ii nil'
harkiutfca lUc ot lift.
For Illustrated Circju.',
THUS. A RICK, A. U ., I.. H.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vl.olf''. aatl lietail Dra'vn in
Foreign and Domestic
VIXEN Or ALT, KII)S.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSltH. t-MYTH A CO., have constantly a
lanteitock ot tlie tt it nit la the i"ar-
Jtet, and givenptoUl atti-utton to the whole.
taie Uranus ei ih Duaintss.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are preparod
to aupply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
White Lead White Zinc,
Linked Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colors Rsady fur lis tal,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThpElgiu Ko.osjne Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Mada of Qlas3
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
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lUlaoU,aa r?rtnilnir oyrr
135 000 000
Oflkeon wh'iri boat, root of Sixth street.;
Utiles ol lUUiday Brothers, ounuailo (St.
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dml Dump, loot of Tbirty-eigmh stri:t, Ol
foil Ufllcc drawer 3CU
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I Docribe your catr, aud coil
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Saloon and Restaurant.
rnn BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on baud. Also him constantly
on band a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC.
At Wholesale and Retail.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
j-im 2Vo. 68 Ohio Lcvco
STBATT0N & BIRD,
A AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee. '
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
The Family Safeguard.
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientiflo
and Practical Test by the U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate tho
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
kicui.ii, if u ogii a i men pinco
:cr jl ship,
rvT5. ' !'
Agency and Depot for Avers and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Laa week I bought a 10 rent package of Waihine and doue my washing In cue nail
tlie Uhual time at le-t than halt tbe emt ol Hoap. My clmbes were wilder. 1 did not
have to rub them, sod it did not .brink my wooloni, and for once 1 was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. Ho ladles try It, and you will save labor, time and money. It ia
perfectly safe to use It. MKS. a.
5 and 10 cent Psckegea. Buy WASHINE AT BABCLAY'3.
Br. Woods' Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' g&SSgr
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use -Verv OheaD
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses. All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking. Stove Blackintr
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic. Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
w Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported Jlay Hum, Nploudid-Cauada Tar
Noap- Engllh aud American Noapsj- Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract lu origi
nal llottlc or In Drokeu Quanti
ties an wanted at low prices.
Buy Your Bruce
At Barolayo' Drue Sicnrb.