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A CAIRO LODGE. NO. SJT, A. F. AA.M
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Hold tegular communications in Ma
il Uall, euroor Commercial tvna
nth wnl, oa the twond and
tKLECBAPUir HEWS KKII.
The trial of Judge Georjro Vellott, oi
Maryland, InJictrd (or JrunLcuness
while on the bench, remitted In an nc
Mrs. George L. Fox, widow of ttie late
poor clown, appears before the public as
an applicant lor contribution! to relieve
her. extreme poverty,
", Sheriff Tajrsjart, of Douglas xmiriy.hi.s
re-arresteiTtwo of tlie fellows who rs
caped from tho Tuscola jail, lat week,
and expect to capture the third.
Au unknown nian.tomiug Iroiu CM
i-igo, was run over and Instantly killed
by the car at. Shiptnan, ou Tuesday.
No blame If atticiiel to the ompany.
The Spanish' steamship Ponce' -went
down wlib. two ol ber crew, after a eoK
tislon In the Meriey, with tlio ship llur
ng BrJlher, from Norfolk for Liver
Twenty-seven nun hivo heen dis
tharjfml from tho nil way shop vt tin
Vandalia line, at Ttrre Haute, 1ml., on
nocotint of a tenerl r.dnotion ot tin-
foroe., . v- ;
So informal ion ha been I'tctived at
New York of the whereabouts of Mr. and
Mr. Lord, althpugh it was rurnoreo yes
terday that a letter, was lve'ived from
Mr. Hicks, dated London.
The first aliipment of American ?:tme
for tho JOndon market went by the
Anchor line ttearaer from Xew York
yetcrdaj, and it is to be follownd by
other ihipmeuts, titty barrels a wetkv
EdWKrtl Donnelly, Mi)g niar Dan
Tille,lJl4 received a discharge from liis
owH Kbot-gwi, while ireUiui over a
feoce, Tuesday, and wjll die of hU
wounds. , ithlo a abort-tjine lie had
loattwo'aoos bysmldcn and aci ldt-uial
Jlanlon, of Toronto, Hnillcno Lvan
Morria, of Prtuburg, to row a live milo
raw wttli buo tarn in ' boat and beat"
boats, for $1,000 a Hkle, pr Hirh lurgcr
stakes as he may desire, and the churn-pionkip-of
4h Uoited Ptntes.-
The president of the Oxford (Ln.)
University boat club says no effort Is
making to arrange an International con
teat with (pluubia College lor a row at
tbo Henfe ircatu. rBtr: will, how-
erer, sneet any crews Oxtnrd and Cam
bridge may choose to send.
Florida lUminon, a finely dressed iady
who has bee arrested a few miles south
of iiattoon, 111., for passing heavy coun
terfeit bills, w as one ot the most active
and extensive abovers of the qtieer tor
Tele McCartney, the renowned counts r
teiter now in prison io Indiana.
It is pleasant to note tho reward ot
the chlralrl bravery displayed by Cap.
tala jShaugbnessy at tho time of the
massacre- -of the t'hlsholni family, in
Kemper county. Miss. Ills services lu
behalf of Mrs. Chlsholm have been re
cognized by the president by his nornl
nation a United &ute marshal of Utah.
The circuit court at Marshall, Clark
county, is trying Hon. S. A. Whitehead,
for the murder, last June, of If on. John
L, Ryan.' The shooting grew out of a
petty case before a "Justice, ia which
Whitehead was an attorney and Jtyan a
witness. The court Issued a special
venire for 100 jurors, Thesberlff bclnff a
witness 8. YT. Kartell was appointee"
special suerlfftor tlieocciilon. Tbecaae
excite great Intarest, both parties having
been very prominent.
The manner in which tho government
U robbed by country posUaastcrs Uex
etnpllfied by the statement of the busluess
done at the 8t. Paul postoffloo last year,
' The value of atampi canceled, exclusive
H pnlillshera' stamps, was $77,760 00
while tho value ot sumps sold, exclusive
of publUnerV stamps, waaonly $,7M 20,
i upon the amerenoe, fW.OOl 40, the
country postmasters who sold them real
izttd a profit of from 40 to 60 per cent.
defrauding the government to that extent
; without feiiderlug any equivalent service
" t;,w,wrJxUliLiii .jJ
: j Good Advio to tbo Wegroea.
Hon. J. II. Harris, president of Vlie
ute executive committee of colored
men of Xortlf Carolina, made un ad
dress at u xcocnl meeting ;of colored
, men, In Warrenton, ;tlmt state, in tho
; j course ol which be said: "I am here to
' uounsel you, and to join you In once
) more uniting the entire Colored jeople ol
t t narren m me wora: oi our elevation
a I Cries of " We welcome you back here."
; , I know- you do. 'i'ben you must rally
i 4 around au. ajid hold un nv hum la.
I Crb of vVo wllf, we wUI.J A tew
i words in regard ' to Emigration, and 1
f have done. There areaome men, colored
I wen, Who would nave you believe that
I Africa to land flowing with milk and
I honey, and. that' If you go there It Is
I only necuaeery for yon to open your
' motitn ert, drlox. ttad grow tat nod be
f oappr. I, fcAVing Moil to that country,
know mfcU nnl tell you
Out tbe l-Htalon these men are seek:
iag to crv, t ,1i Hsiao to ;every respect.
Tula la wt . -a,! boro wo an going
te stay. av?rem'mw any wnoro.
Lot ua loVti Ct Cxur-t or our duty
i TIIE WAR WEWS.
f.mfnn4 ler War, mI Aellv I'rrst-
aratloua an r'nt.
bkeWHI Biitemii ( no roreiKH row.
I ,.,-. erall)ial : 'J
l roo ordered to th Wurdaiiullr.
' Special by Cable to tbc Rciublioan .
t WiRMKK TOLICT SSSIMEB II V IIIB
; Losnoy, Jan. 2.1, 5 a. m. War is
Enffland's dtcislon I In tho hoiwe of
commons last night Itho chancellor of
the exchequer aunounceU that on Monday
the government would usk supplemen
tary iiiilkw lor Uio army - and navy.
Tho hopos of the peace party aro wholly
oriii-lied by the evident declaration of
LORD HKiCONSFIKLD FOK Wan.
Yesterday Lord Derby, minister (I
foreign nflair., and Lonl (Carnarvon,
colonial minister, rcslgneil their plaws
in the cabinet. Orders have been st-nt to
tbe British Mediterranean fleet to land a
form of marines and sailors at Botilalr,
covering the approach lo Galllpoli, and
sjx of the largest ships have been ordered
to bring up
tub canarsoN rnou nai.ta.
U is no longer conditional; neutrality
that England maintains, but on the con
trary, active participation In. the war.
Five million pounds, sterling will be the
smount asked for on Monday, and. as
every effort will be made to obtain a full
vote on both side?', there will be uniuualJy
rxClTlXG BOEXESIHROUunOUT KSGLiNU
until the vole Is'reacLed. Most active
exertions to defeat tiie .vote for supplies
will be made by the-Liberal leaders and
by pesoe societies throughout the k'ng
dom. Hut even if the money should be
refused, pence would hardly thereby be
secured, It if known on thebest author
ity that should the vote be unfavorable,
whiclii!" very unlik'-ly, Lord Iaoon.field
appeal to the country, meanwhile car
rying on warlike measure, as lar
practicable, iththe force at hi dir)al.
in that event the foniitryvould be ab
solutely engaged in war by tiie time tbo
elections come oft, and it is probable that
a return of the members In favor of the
COXTIXfATlOX OK TDK W iK
would bo acurtd. The cause of this
sudden action on tho part of the cabinet
is believed to be the. .following statement
ot the Ajf.H':t lUc jl St. Petersburg:
"The . imperial government is not
aware ot the importance attached by the
CritUli government to Gallipoli. Ruseia
has no interest in touching this point,
which does not come within the
IPIlliBK OF HKR Ol'hBATluMs
and it will neither be occupied nor hN
tacked unless ihe Turkhh regular army
should be eonceutrated there, in which
cae it would be impossible to leave such
a lorce on our flank." The seini-oHleial
statement elearlr forsbadowed the iuten
lion of the Russians to
Mi ItC II OX CONSTASilNOi'l.lL,
since otherwise a Turkish force at Galll
poli could not endanger any flank of the
Russian array. It is also equivalent to a
declaration that Galllpoli will be attacked
If tbe Turkish force H left there. Jsew.
Tuft- hM uot venture to leave
Galllpoli undefended, the above state
ment it equivalent to a direct announce
ment that both
OAt-LlPOL! AND COXSTAXTIXOrLE
will be taken by Russia if possible. In
tbc house of commons last night, the
question was directly asked of the gov
emment whether they were in posses
sion of the Russian terms, and the reply
was "No." In view ot this statement
place no reliance whatever upon
'Africa," by which be thollgnt to Jut
mortallze himself, Io Latin Whereas, In
tact, he Is only known at tbe present day
by his rpcio in. the language of the
pti'ple. ' . '
Aatriiimote liquors Vill Injure wen,
so opium or morphia wlil liarmfuDy al
fi.ct (he baby. Dr. Hull's baby Syrup is
lujs remedy lor the baby. H is tree from
opium. IVicc 25 ccut.
WflfaajiaylaaMi iui.lt Ml
OUR MOTTO:, Tb Best'Qdods' at tha lowest Prl
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
current here as to Russia terms. A
reliable St. i'elcrsburg correspondent
telegraphs a re-affirmation of the state
mo Lt that the opening ot the Dardanelles
is one condition which will he absolutely
insisted upon. Few' persons no. w hope
for any result from the present armistice
or peace negotiations unless the Turks
are overpowered before England can
It is probable, however, that, as tele
graphed at tho beginning ot the ne
gotiations, Turkey's sole object has tyen
to force England to join her by apparent
willingness to surrender everything to
Russia's demands without regard to
England's Interests. A panic is anticip
ated on the stock exchange to-day, and
KXC1TKMRKT THROUGHOUT TBE CITY
is such that every member of the police
force will lie on duty all day without
-I-TjA and all-will hwll.
The Italian Language.
Soiih American Jlecitu): The extraordi
nary lact is that, though the Italian lau
guage in its present form does not appear
In any documeuts or which we havo
coRuliance bsloro the eighth century,
and then only frnmentarily, jetsuddeu
IV. on fl ravlvul e(:ltterr. it bursts
forth complete, and almost perfect, with
out going through gradual changes
which em bo clearly traced. Surely this
indicates that It bad long existed in the
common speech of the people. If it ap.
pean a a finished language in
literature ' in general respects by
the twolttli ccntuury, in a form
which for six hundred years has scarce'
ly altered, it la not to be supposed that
It then suddenly sprang out of the earth,
but that It had long existed as a language,
Even then, when It first appears In it
present form, Latin eoutlnuocl still to be
used In, all documents and In literature ;
and when Dante broke from Its fetters to
write hit great poem in tho common
tongue, he was guilty of a violent literary
Innovatlou. Nor without hesitation and
long consideration did he decide upon
this course. Ho al Rrst contemplated
writing his "Commedla" in Latin, and
only after repeated trial finally deeidod
upon the vulgar tongue, Pctrart had
Ion courage,- mi wrote ' h! '.'pota'.
THE LEPER GOVERNOR.
0ntfcal Kaaal, the tpr ftUt
mmm or Hawaii-1 b KtniHnr af
Fi(Jm the S;to Fivnoiisco CUroolcle.
Our Honolulu exchanges announce lu
brief the death of Wni. P. "Itairsdale,
Governor of i he leper settlementon the
iHlaod ol MvN.I.Hi, Sandwich Islands.
The decease ot noted and remarkable
a man in the prime oi Jll'u deserve a
more extended obituary. "Hill Rags
dale," a-i be was popularly known, wa
a Hawaiian by birth, ttis mother having
been a native and his lather an American.
Hy proieiion he was a lawyer, rpeaking
KntfUfh as fluently as Hawaiiuu, and the
most noted orator of the Hawaiian king
don), whites and natives included, and
among the latter there are many con
spicuous orators. The manner lu which
Itagsdale discovered that he bad the
leprosy, as told by himself, is mot inter
esting, and especially from a scientlilc
point ot view. The deceased resided for
a number ot years on tho island Of
Hawaii, and had an ctllce at Hilo, capl
i hi ot the Island. One night he waa
studying up a Uw case in which be was
deeply Interested, when Ihe chimney
from his lamp fell on the table. Although
the chimney was hot as fire, "Hill," in
excitement, picked it up and sft it In its
place without experiencing the least in
convenience, such as would naturally
result to a really sound person handling
a red-hot chimney. He reflected lor a
moment, looking at, bis hand, but could
not discover the leant sign that it had
been burned. Ho then took off and put
on rhe chimney repeatedly, and with the
sanircsult. This experience convinced
him that he was among the alUicted, and
he lost no time in communicating
with the authorities. An examination
wa' made and medical authority
declared that he was afflicted with
leprosy. Dr. Trousseau, lor year a
pliyslcia.il at Honolulu but now a resi
dent of tbo island ot Hawaii, made tbe
principal examination, t'p to this time
no person on the island ever dreamed that
ilill Kagsdaie had the leprosy, and iionm
doubted even alter the examination if he
was soalBicted. Bill, howevt r, was per
sonally convinced that Im wusFonlllicted.
The police did not arrest him, however,
owing to bis exalted petition, wis com
mon with those suspected ot being lepers,
so be voluntarily delivered hlmseif up as
a victim of the terrible disease. He was
then tent to Molokai and iustalled gov
ernor ot the Leper settlement, which po
sition he held lor a number ot yearn up to
tbe time ol his death lant month. Soon
atter his koiatiou front the world and
his friends the disease made itself more
apparent, and there wa; none so incredu
lous as to believe that lie was not forever
alUicted with the leprosy. During his
administration oi affairs lie wa auuecss
lul as he was popular. There were
and are about eight hundred lepers
on the setilf menr, but ly his tact and
kindheartcduess Kagsdaie made the moat
extraordinary and saddest community on
the lace of the earth as cheerio I and hap
uv as (he unfortunates could be. ily his
advice the -government made many re
forms, ahd the leners recognized him as a
father. One of the most peculiar and
startling phases connected with this
rpisbde is tbe fact that Mr. Kagsdaie,
who was a married man witti a lanniy,
rook uu with a young native woman cn
tne settlement of Molokai wno tell In love
with him. She was remarkably hand
some, of splendid physique, and had al
ready buried two husbands or lovers for
botn terras are sunstanrw"
with the Hawaiian tree from missloi
influence. Both her husbands, a we will
call them, died ol leprosy, yet tho wife,
a she must be termed, wa never afflicted
with it. 8he fell in love with Kagsdaie.
and they continued to live in the most
perfect haVmony, the wile not having
the lean fear of being subicct to the
frighltul affliction of her husband. She
stlU survives him, and is In perfect health,
or at least was so not ion" ago. it mav
be here remarkcal that there are some
seventy-live individuals on the leper
settlement who are not atllictcd with
leprosy ; those who voluntarily exiled
themswve on account of the deep love
and aflecvion they have for their iriends
who are lepers, ihev mingle freely
among the sorrow-stricken, eating out ot
the same calabash of pot, and drinking
from the same cup, chatting and talking
together on the s-ame mat, and even
sleeping together. Mill with this pro
miscuous Intercourse some ot the healtbv
persons. Indeed the majority of them,
neyer catch the leprosy ; In a w rl,
they nave no lear at ail oi it. wno tbe
succes'or ol the deceased leper governor
will be is not known. It was believed at
one time that Peter Kao, a cousin or
uncle to Queen Km ma, would bo gover
nor, but by Influence taw leprous chief
has been allowed to leave tbe settlement,
and is nowaresident ot Honolulu. Peter
had a nice cottnge at Molokai, and, a
becoming his rank, had servants to watt
on Win. During ms sojourn there he
enjoyed life as well as eould be expected,
ana nau me goon win or tne leper at
large, xvow mat lie is tree, and Kaff
dale dead, It will be dihlcuit to rind the
f roper man to flllsodcilcateaduty. The
lawallan authorities have rnnnv faults
and shortcomings, but thehumanltvthev
exhibit toward the leper, In providing
ana caring tor tnem, is greatly to their
credit, Tbe settlement la under the
taboo ; that Is, no human being is per
mitted to enter the dreadful locality
witnout a special permit from tne board
of health at Honolulu, it i very dim
cult to get this permit, so tbat not one
loreigner in a tnousaua ever can visit the
leper worm oi aioioxai.
Dry- Goods; Boots, and! Shoes,
Clothing. Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
, Cheese and Flour. .
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings. Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull llie 61 Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain DamaskF,
. Ladies' and Misses' Hoots, Children's Shoes, Gents' Root? and Shoe?
This atoek I entirely New nnd Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Our Stock embrace everything needed in the City or Country, in Grurles or I ry
Goods. Please glvo us a call, examine our goods and price betore you biiy.
SOTirE TO COX TRACTORS,
OFiriCK Of CITY Clkrk, (
Cairo, Ills., Jan. fl, IO, J
DeaW uroposols will be received at this
cttice, directed to the city council of Cairo,
IUiDoli, until D o clock Tuesday evening,
February :b, A. 1). 1878, for tho construc
tion ot a cne span Iron bridge, together
with tbe approaches or abutments and
foundation, across Cache river, about one
and one- lait milea from Mound City rail
road depot, aod four miles north of the eiiv
oirairo, in toe counties or Alexander and
rulftcki, state oi Illinois, according to the
plans and specifications prepared by John
1 lielv. 1i.. C. K.. now on lile and sub
ject to examination in this office, tbe ipcei-
llctiions oi wnicn are an lanows, viz :
.Said hrlile and trestlo work to be mado
up of elKhteca (li) openings ot eitrht 'eiu lf)
Icet tiom caoire io centre oi po:l9,ano one ,
span ot one nun area (iw) icet acri ido '
The one hundred (100) Icet span ti be of
Iron, and so proportioned that a load ol ten
UO) tons utn iDuieu over twenty (W) nnei
teet at the centre of tbe span, shall not
strain the Irou over twelve thousand
(12,000) pounds per square inch tensile, or
over seven thousand five hundred (7 'Mi)
pounds per square Inch the&ring strain
tbe ttraln in compression to be in at,
evt in too proportion to tne ratio of
Icnzth to diameter, bv Gordon's formula.
To snan ol xaid bridire to be one hun
dred (100) feet in the elearan-1 the roadway
twelve ri'i) feet wida.
Tbe floor to te ol white oak plank two
anu ose-nau i,j iDcuei inicK ana not over
twelve (llij inches wide.
The floor beams to he ot white oak and in
proportion to the balance of the one bun
diu(10oj feet span structure, and also to
lie provided with a amiable axle guard.
The above to rest upon iron columns pro
portioned to the structure to be supported,
the columns at each end of tho bant or Iron
span to be placed on a mud sill '.'JX12, twen
ty (20) icet long morucea anu tenoned to a
sufficient number of white oak piles, firm
ly driven into tne river ban.
The bents to be lormert of tour posts 10X10
inches square, the two inner parti to stand
perpendicular and tne two outer part to
be iramed and stand at a batter of one in
eight. Tbe cap aod hill ol the bents to be
112 lnca nquare timber, tie cans to he
tweuty (20) feet long, and the silU to pro
ject on ea.-h end two tcot plst the outer
eoge oi tne ouisiae poi. i ne posts to oe
morticed and tenoned into tne caps and sills,
and each tenon to be pinned wlib two
tbree-ouarter li) inch (ousre iron jit,
fich bent to ie braced ny two diagonal
braces ot inch plank, well fltud ani
spiked on caps, posts and sill;.
Tbe bents to rest or stand uvon four mud
sills 12X12 inches and eight (8) feet Iodk set
in the ground and placed on tbe alignment
or tbe work.
The carriage way of the :trestlework to
be sixteen (lit) feet wide, the floor plank
o be tbiee (oi inches and not over twelve
1 1.1) inches wide, and to be well spiked on
to the stringers and floor beams.
The floor beams tone made up as follow-.
two (2) stringers of 8X12 inches st on the
caps and sixteen (IB) Icet apart from out
side to outsldn. Tbe space between said
itringersto be equally divided lor seven
(7) beama of 3X12 inches each and each set
of floor beam, orspans to have three () seta
ot herringbone bridging of 2-Vi lneh icaut-lior.
1 be stringers and floor beams to rrst at
least six iOi inches on ihe caps.
i ne stringors to connect by oa;i joints
and to be fattened to the caps by one inch
ronnd spikes or bolts eighteen (18) inches
A railing or nanasiers rour 14) icet niim
to be constructed on each side of above dls-
crllied trextlework. The posts to be 4Xd
men wees and braced on tbe caps and fasten
ed on to the stringers by two (2) one-balf
inch bolts. Tbe parts to be six (0) lect
apart: the hand rail 21 inches, and an
axle guard of 2X12 incht. all well fastened
on to tbe pons.
All of the alove timbers to be of white
or burr oak of best qua iity, and
the work done In a tborouch and work
manlike manner, and under tbe supervision
of such person as the committee on street.,
or the city 20Uncll ol the city of Cairo may
1 he approaches to above trestlework and
bridge to be of earth and with a slope of
not more man one in ten and not lets man
sixteen (16) teet wide on lop. with a slope
to the base of one In two, Heperate bids
will be received for Iron span, including
abutments and foundation, for tbe wooden
trestle portion of said bridge, and for the
carmen approacnes, or tor tne entire
The riht te re lect scv or all bids, ia re
served. ' J. B. I'lIILLIB,
Utd. City Clork.
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St. Louis, Mo.
THOB. A. KICK, A.M.L. L.B..)
IAS, BICB, A. X.. Prinelpal
j. h. mntwooD, . J
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ S81 00
MOST Complete. Thorough hti I Practice
course o Miiily in the I'eii.-I .- ,e a
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For Illustrated Ciuu'.a',
XHOS. A.RJO:, A. f ,f . n..
I.I O.I OR UKAL tUH-
T'O mothers whoso children are weep
ing. Sweet and balmy dumber secured
for the little ones, and coughs and cold
rapidly banished by the use ol Dr. Hull's
cough syrnp. Price 26 cents.
A SJeatle Hint.
In our style ot climate, with it! sudden
sbanges ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine otien intermingle lu a tingle
day it is no wonder that our chlLT-en,
friend and relatives are so frequently
taken from u by neglected cold, half tho I
death resulting directly from this cause.
A bottle ol Boicbee's German Syrup kept
about your borne for Immediate use will
prevent serious sickness; a large doctor'
bill, and perhaps death, by tbo use of I
three or four dose. For curing Con
lutuption, Hemorrhages, Pteu-nonla,
Hevere Coughs, Croup, or any disease ol
tbe Throat or Lungs, Its success to simply
wonuenui, as your druggist will tell ou
German Hyrup u now sold In every town
and village on this continent Sample
Doiueifor trial, lOc.4, regular sire, 75e.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Ytu!e,U aod ftetail Utlr. In
Foreign and Domestic
WIXKM OF AIX KIXDH.
No. 60 Ohio Lovee.
MK.SM19. SMYTH A CO., have ror.atantly a
lama stock ol th lst a-nods is tbe "-ar-
kct, and iivepceiai alteuttoo to the Whole
aalc branch of the busineu.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates,
(JUteeoa whan iio.t. foot of Sixth street. '
Oilice oi Uallldaj ilrotbera, oyiio.lt 6U
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth trwt.
unl Dump, foot of Thtny-eiirnth street, or
t'onotnnc arawnr sno
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
And At .
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Faints--!!! Cohr: Rsady for tto W, .
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThPElgiu Ke.osne Can
The Only Perfect Con in
th" World. Md3ofGlasa
and Warranted not to
Leak, Orrodo or Break.
Every family should have
SUn 1 t-'IlE CUARANTEED
1 Wwrihejrourcae, aadaend
DISlTASFfa wilh2reiiw, kC..rreronil(
. .. .. T J l ) t Ur, Van uvas
yiin, v iram ntrert, i'Uiiarf';lilH;i.
B. F. Slake
faints, Oils, Varnishes'
v7aU Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Bhadoa, fco.
llwavs oa hand, the calibrated nlumlnatl
Ootiar Eleventh Street and Waahl
Old flats Made New.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be
paired at-a Trif
C O. D.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THK 15EST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also ha 4 eonstntl;
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholeaale And Retail.
Jl the Old Df lmonieo Hotel,
5 im o. 08 Ohio I.cvce
BTEATTON & BIRD,
A ' ts! AMEBIC AX POWDIR CO
-4 7 Ohio Xrrei
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HtfUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. 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
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lft't week I bought a 10 rent Duokat'enf AVru-binn an.) donn rev wa.hiDir In ona hM
the usual time at le- than half tbe coat ol Soap. .My clothes wsre wlilier. 1 diJ lui
have to nib them, ami 1c til l not .lirink my wnolono, ami for oace I was enabled to get
hot nlnner oq Jlunday. So laUies tiy it, and you will save labor, time atid momy. Ii Is
perfectly safe to use It. . MRS. A.
6 and 10 cent PnckSKCS. Buv WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Jttp. Woods' Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-
Of Exquisite Fragrance
German Syrup and August Flower, -
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
. The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, 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 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 Clotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking. Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Fura Imported Bnj Iluiu. HpIeudld-C'anada Tar
Koap- English antl American SoapM Fine Im
port el Handkerchler Extracts in origl-'
nnl Dot lies or in Drokcn Qnan.i
tie as wanted at low prices.
'.At Boroldyo' Stcs Svoro.-
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