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aoalr Hall, comer tkuumcrouu tcthi
111 vn.l Kirhth atiuet. on Uie second ana
1 a rartb MoaiUT ofeacB monin.
flight 33 nil din.
j Ex Pbesidknt Grant furnl-licsMronc
Mtlmonj that the obnoxious act of Fvb
' uaryl2tb,1673. excluded the old dollar
?rom ourcoinage without the knowledge
.yen of our public men, mu. L tin
lople.-lt the president of the United
ajitttci, In daily communication with
Bluemberi of Congress and government
t fflclal,had lailed to hear Qt tlm t-fleot
f the Jaw eight monthsafter Its passage,
L ' t must bo true that the people liud little
M opportunity to know ot It. Jn a letter
.... ... I O.I !r ( 'nil'.
'iray, Guifnil Grant said :
I N.i.ti.lui ,l.ul aeilvi.l la lint fllrptlllv
Z.i noting Into the market to supply the de-
n,.i. ...... I.. .l.u Atwrt.il.ttiiv in. ..Hum -
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rJ it. .1... i... ihut tt t..L'.j nltmit
, vaiaprneiit:: una jivfmj inm iinnv".
. ; rib 000.000 of fraotional currency to cinke
be . 'the small change necessary lor the trans-
,ction or tbe biulness ot Hie couir.ry.
- SilTer will gradually take the place of
f rhl. rnri urv. anil l.irthiT. will become
B k the standard of valus, which will be
1 thoarded in a small way. I estimate mat
mi.thts will consume trdm 'iw millions io
w.n .i 1 I . t . . . ! ..1 . nf
t nurriiviilatlnor medium : I POIlleSS
J (OW mill lOOB. in llllir, ui una m
rlto a desire to we a limited hoarding cl
(, imnnv. Riif I want til u a llOiirtliii'' ol
'jsomeihlng that. U n utandard of value the
, world over. SUvtr i thlt"1
. Tn Jonosboro Qauite for this eck
.'Jsays Uis Mnderstood that Mr. Hartell
"will not be a candidate for re-election
, to congress this full. Randolph hnving
1 had tbe member two terms will concede
! ' the honor to some other county in the
' district. Perry will doubtless present
' tbe claims of the Hon. W. K. Murphy, a
sterlliK Democrat, nnd an enereetlc
worker. Jackson has several "favorite
sona." . Hon. V. J. (Josh.) Allen,
Judge Dufl, or Hon. F. E. Albricht, are
all In good trim, and would make a
lively race. Union, havinjr the istute
senator, and two circuit judge?, will
not," probably, enter the contest. She
could name a man however, if permitted
to do so, (Jtidfe Crawford,) who
possesses superior running qualities.
Alexander, as a matter ol course, will
have ber favorites in the Held. Col. S.
6. Taylor, Judge Mulkey, Jmle (ireen,
lion. J. H. Oberlcy, Uavlil l.lnnegur,
Jodge" "ftrosor and otheri" would ably
represent the district In contesj. There
are Other candidates in the eastern por
tion ol the d!riet,so there will be no Jack
of (rood men. The ensuing election Uo
great importance. Mourner of the
legislature who will choo-c ii 17. 'S.
Senator, will tw elected throughout the
district, and It is all Important that the
ticket should be headed by an able and
popular "maiv .The' district is nearly
evenly divided politically, and requires
united and harmonious action oi the
party to insure success. To this end let
us work, and succea will crown our
ITx-Gov. Palmer Mentioned.
' Ex-Oov. Palmer, ot Illinois, is men
Uoned la a suitable man for the demo
cratic presidential nomination In 18S0,
provided nls views on the financial ques
tions are right. lie la an abler man than
Hendricks, of Indiana, and his geograph
ical position Is better, than that of almost
any "other prominent democrat In the
' ' No better nomination could possibly be
made than that of Gov. Palmer. In
point ot ability and fitness for the olllce
he hat so superior and few equals, As
to bit Unsocial policy, bo is m favor of
silver money, and the remouetizutiun ol
aliver and the repeal ot the resumption
act will straighten out the financial ques
tion during the present year, and thus
remove that question from politics as a
distinct party Issue.
As a man and as a statesman, Uov
Palmer stands at the bead ol western
politicians, and as to geographical posi
tion there la certainly much In that
luitatbaiididsLes are out so popular at
tha west, and besides the democratic can
didates have heretofore been chosen Irom
It is, perhaps, too soon to speculate
on the candidates for 1880, but as Is well
known we shoaid have preferred Gov.
Palmer tf Oot. Tllden, in 1878, and we
have not alnee changed our opinion. If
the rest are suited with our candidates,
we shall be-more thao suited we shall
TBI chief of the Massachusetts d.-tec
tive force, sayi tbe Boston Qlabe, dovotes
an Interesting portion ol his report to the
"tramp.',' ,Io order to ascertain some-
thine definite of tbe habits and charac
ter let ice of this peripatetic nuisance, be
sent to inea last summer on a tramp In
tbe western part of the state, where they
aall is iiB one gang and another and
trareleA with them from town to town.
They were found to ha of various ates
and iisttkMatitlee, and in most cases had
j Us pCt ears been employed in some reg
Ur lf4MiatJon. They had been oil the
3 Irantjl periods ranging irom two or
it tlvoaVto fourteen years. During the
I wat" woatIr ,Iiey generally slept In
I kwrM la tit woods, preferring to keep
amrj wm lock-ups end atatlon houses.
Tfcay btaJatd tood by begging and
being preferred. Thry were ..niformly
dvuTH lo csr..lnr anything by lahor,
and though, lu n lirelntr. ihry
nrolt-Med a desire to o'rtain work, only !
two were found, during a tramp f
several weeks who did not scout ine iimm
ot working for n livin.?, and showed
decided preference for their vagabond
lite. It was clear that luck of employ
ment bad Utile or nothing to do with the
wsnderin8 ol these vagrants. They
did not feetk employment snd did not
want It, but prelerred to subsist upon
charity and plunder. One said that It
was his habit in wiutcr to go to omc
large city :md commit a petty crime that
w ould send him to some public iiietitu
Hon to bo taken care of until warmer
There was a complete lack ol mond
scruples among them, which showed
what a dangerous element they might
become in the community. Not only
did they steal without tho !eat compunc
tion, but there was r.o doubt that they
were rendy lor any crime that could
gratlly the passipn of revenge or lust,
provided there was a fair :hanco to ess
cape diit eel ion and punishment. In many
localities they were n terror to the inhab
itants, nnd obtained what th'T
tor, becauso unprotected women in the
houses which they visited did not dare
reftie. Several pariies in July set
out lor Pennsylvania to jolH in the
railroad riot?, and others waited
about the stations along the l!os
ton & Albany road In anticipation of a
strike. It was plain that their purpotc
was plunder, and they were ready to
take advantage of any opportunity to
join In a lawless outbreak. The chief of
tho detective force Is of the opinion that
tbe "tramp fysttiu" bad it origin In
the return of ."bummers'' and carop
tollowers Irom the armies after the war.
These men had become accustomed to a
lite of vagrancy, ai d hud no llsposltlon
to settle down tit any regular occupation,
but their tanks were soon recruited by
the Idle und tlirifiliss vnnbonds, who
now for Ihc most part till the lanks of
Statu Unjiiter, ilji
A writ ot Injunction, issued by the
Randolph circuit court, was yesterday
served by Shtrifl Elliott on Auditor
Needles, to retrain him from issuing a
eertlrj'.-ate to the county clerk ol Itan
dolph tor the collection of taxes to pay
prineip.il or interest on bonds ir-sued in
aid ot the Cairo Sr. Louis railroad
. v .
Tho Production of Silver.
y .u.ty lUru:J.
The unscrupulous opponents ot honcU
money are trying to create the impression
that the ylclu 01 the silver mines of our
country has been very lare ol lat yean
anil that the uonan.'i mines will noou
the lands with sllvar as soon as the coin
age ot the new silver dollar is authorized
by law. This is one muring tho many
nilareprcseii'iiiinns made by the iiuti
Official information furnish"d by the
repott of the congressional silver com
mihtdon givei the lollowiug exhibit ot
the production of Kilvcrm the mines ot
the Piicltic coasr. The yielJ of every
mine in the state ot Nevada annually for
sixteen years b us been ascertained with
precision, and of the larger mines, thp
yield by mould". Taking nil the mines
of the Comstoek lode together tor that
period, which was one ot unprecedented
activity in mining, assisted by the most
perfect and power! ul mechanical appli
ances, there have been found some twelve
or thirtcrm ore bodies, which have
yielded, altogether, about $210,000,
100, or an annual average ot $15,000,000,
ot which 47J per cent, or $7,125,000 was
gold, leaving $7,87",000 a the average
annual production ot silver. The aver
age silver product of Nevada for six
years ending December 31, 1870 was $19.
000,000, and mr 1X70 alone 2S,000,POO,
the entire country turning out during
the six year.) named $loo,600,0O0, or an
anniml yield ol $20.-000,000. When these
statements are contrasted with the ex
travagant ones made in the east and in
foreign journals, It will be seen that the
production ot silver is by no means so
large as has been represented. During
1877 the Bonanzas hive produced a fine
yield of gold and silver, but if we had
the olllclal inlormation, it would prob
ably be lound that the entire lode did
not put In the market new bullion to ex-
about 22 or 2fi millions of silver, nn
amount not eutlicient to keep our pres
ent mints in active operation tor a year.
We publish the facts upon this subject
simply to eorrect erroneous statements
made by interested parties to prejudice
some against the cause ot silver, not that
It would be any objection to rcmonetl
zation, in our opinion, even it a largely
Increased yield of the uretal could be ob
tained. Sa tar as we are concerned.- on
the contrary, we wouldjlke to see the
old dollar restored and a hundred mil
lions a year turned out tor two or three
years, at least, if the bullion could be
lound to make them.
SupvlnUjndent S. M. Etter will leave
on holiday evening tor Washington for
nn purpose or presenting to congress
me memorial prepared by tbe national
Educational Association, and numerously
signed by tbe teachers and school oncers
ttirougnout the country. The memorial
especially urges upon congress "the Im
perative necessity of making- adequate
and liberal pecuniary provision lor the
support of the bureau, and lor tbe prep
aration, publication and distribution ol
its invuluable reports, circulars of In
formation and such other documents
as are constantly and unceasingly
demanded by the great army of
educational workers throughout the
country, and the erection of a perms
nent building ot suitable proportions ana
arrangements for the accommodation ot
an adequate clerical force lor the preserva
tion of the rapidly Increasing professional
libiary, and tor the reception and classi
fication of tbe generous donations already
made, and to be made, to the pedagogical
museum, and the providing for the
permanent investment of the proceeds ot
tbe sales ot public lands annually accru
ing, as a national fund, the Income from
which shall be apportioned among tbe
several states, under the supervision of
the bureau ot education, upon a proper
basis ot distribution, for the benefit ot
common schools, normal education, and
the more complete endowment and sup
port ot the Industrial and technical
colleges already established In the several
states, under the act ol congress, ap
proved July, J8C2."
The last meeting ot the National
Association, at Loutivllle, tppolnted air.
Etter and Hon. il. A. Newell, state
superintendent, ol Maryland, a commit
tee to present tbe memorial to congress
I ns bert reform in domcBilc i l
wUln.nl doubt the Introduction f Dr.
lal';Syrup. Wl.ff.i t known,
no more lairtlanun. glT-n toh.hln. It
m lis I t i" rent.
A Until Mini.
In Mir style oteliuiatr, with It Hidden
;huin,'c ol temperature-rain. id and
um-lilnc oltcn intermingle in i-lujle
diivit is no wonder that our chili" ret).
Ii lends and relatives ore so Ircqucntly
taken Irom us by nrjjleelctl colds, half ihc
death resulting dlactly Irom this cause.
A bottle td iloschce'e German Syrup kept
about your home for immediate use will
bieveiit ecnous siikocss. a la-go doctor s
bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, IKui'irrhagce, rncumonia,
Severe Coui'li-, rwup, or nny disease ol
the Throat or 1. nus Its success Is blrapiy
wondcrlnl, as your druggist will tell you
German Syrup is now soiu in every town
and village on this continent. Sample
bottles tor. trial. rOc; regular size, ioe.
Sivlish. A seal sKiu jacket is no
doubt very stylith, but is a pertcci trap
lor catching cold. We would advise all
ladies wearing the same to keep Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup handy. Price 25
Tha Merry laya ol oi.l.
In reading of the middle ages one Is
struck by tbe accoqnts given ot feats of
strength, etc., of the lite actors ot those
times. The suits ot armor worn, would
certainly Indicate the possession ol greats
rr physlolal strength than U developed
b" men In these iatur days. What
wrought the change f Men lived In the
merry days n more outdoor life than this
advanced civilization ol ours can afford.
There Is a grenter consumption ol brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental am! physical power necessitates
the use of a pure vegetable, stimulant
ronic, such as tho Home Stomach Bits
ters, 4-1 m
iloalrtler a Alm.inHe,
The edition of 1878 ot the sterling .Vedl
cal Annual, known as Hosteller a Alma
nac, is now ready, and may be btained
free of cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all pans ot the United
States and liritlsh America, and indeed
in every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere, it combines, with the
soundest practical advice lor the preser
vation an.l restoration ot health, n large
amount ol interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
ami will be lound entirely accurate, The
issue oi Hostetter's Almanac for 187s, In
the Kngllsh, Oernian, Trent h. Welsh,
Norwegian, SwedNh, Holland, Hohemian
and Spanish languages, will in alt proba
bility be the largest edition ofaiuedlcal
worn ever publihed in any country. The
proprietors. Messrs. Hnstettrr ,t Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., on reivipi oi a two ceni
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any peion who cannot procure one
OtertHaMuK die t.uerultta.
It is not advisable for any of us to over
tak our energies, corporeal or mental,
but lu the tmger pursuit ol 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 cai regain tbe vigor so
recklessly expended. The remedy Is
neither costly or difficult to obtain, llos
tetter s Stomach Hitters U procurable :n
every city, town and settlement in
America, and it compensates lor a drain
of bodily or mental energy more edee-
tually than any invigorant ever pro
scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
athletes, students, journalists, lawyers,
clergy mou, physicians, all bear testimony
to Its wondrously renovating powers
it Increase the capabilities for under
going fatigue, and counteracts the in
Jurlous effects upon the system of ex
posure, sedentary habits, unhealthy or
wearying avoeatiuus, or an Insalubrious
climate, nnd U a prime alterative, di
uretic and blood depurent, l-2'l tf.
UrueriU Itcblllf j .
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the rc-ult ot mental over-work, Indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specilic No. is. It tones
up and invigorates the system, imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire tnuu. Been used
twenty years wito periect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $3 per package of five
vials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mall on receipt ol price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. Wj Fulton street N. Y .
Larger than Life t
Ou reeelpt of $1.60 1 will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 600 times any
small object. A very melul and instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat case, warranted as recotn
mended or the money refunded,
Its magnifying power la so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
la a drop ol water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture ol cloths, Ac, detecting foreign
matter In sugar, flour and other articles
of diet, lor detecting counterfeit money.
and a hundred other nsetul purposes, It
will be Tuund Invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mall on receiptor ptlce.
. SEAVER d; CO.,
61 Park Place, N. Y, City
Jn order to Introduce our big Sed
Spring WUeat, The Wheat ot Taos, In
jour locality atorfla grain measuring one
half lack iu lngth-I propose to- send a
sample or tbe wheat trea of charge, to
every su! icrlber to thin pnpr who will
late tha nam ol th newspaper and srud
a lure ceal ttswB to nay postage.
Agents wanted In every eouaty to ll
tan new wnest. Aaaress
1. 1. Oivtrr, ClsvelsBtl, Tens
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
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ta nc a m :poi m :m m
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflocs, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull lino of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladlcs' and Misses' Hoots,
This stock Is cutirelv New and Fresh.
O.ir Stock embraces everything needed
Goods. Please givejis a call, examine
NOTICE TO COXI BACTOR.
Ofmce of Citv Clskk, I
Cairo, Ills., Jan. ii, 178. (
Scaled nropo.-als will be received at this '
olllce. directed to tbe city councilor Cairo, !
Illinois, until b o'clock Tuesday evvniuy,
February Mb, A. D. 1878, for the construc
tion ol a one span lruu bridge, together
wiiu tbe approaches or abutments und
foundation, across Cache river, about one
and one-mil miles from Mound City r.ii'
road dep.it, aud four nillen north of tbe city
of Cairo, in the count! uf Alexander and
'uliiski, tate or Illinois, uecorattig to uie
.liiita und necllloatiuns prepared by J'-lm
P. llely. Ksu., V. K., now on tile aud sub
ject to examination in this ofllce, tbe epecl-
tiivitious oi wuicn are a-1 jiiows, viz :
Said bridge and trestle work io be mule
up of eighteen iiH) opt clogs ot eight en KS)
feet Irom enotre to centra of po-ls, and ona
pan ot one bun jre.l (lOOi feet aero? tho
Tbe one hundred iIOO) leet spun t be of
ron, audio proportioned tbata load ol ten
10) tons oist luutci over twenty an imem
leet at ibe centre ot tbe span, shall not
strain the iron over twelve toousand
12 OO0) pound per square inch tensile, cl
over seven tuouiuna nve nuaurea !. o K,
pounds per satiare inch thenrlng strain
tbe ttrain in comptes-l-jn to be In at,
leai-t In tbo proportion t the ratio of
lenirtb to diameter, by Uordon's formula.
ibe span ot said bridge to be one bun
dred ylWj feet in the clear and tbe roadivay
twelve (12) feet wide.
The noor to he ot while oal; l.'anL. two
and one-halt H) inches ibl. k and not over
twttve (I2i inches wide.
1 he iloor beams to be ot wblt- onl. and in
proportion to the balance of the one huu
drea ilCo) feet span structure, and al.-o t
be provided witb a suitable aTle guard.
The absve to rest upon Iron columns pro
portioned to the Btrui tiiretobe supported,
the coluiuue nt each end ot the bent or iron
span to he placed on a mud till ii 12, twen
ty rib; feet lone morticed and tenoned tn a
luflicieal niiinlii-r of v. hi to oak pile-, linn-
ly driven into the river bank.
1 he bents to he pinned of four U lo i.i
Id. -lies timnrc, I lie two inner pari to stund
perpecilicul-tr and tha two outer parts to
be Irann d and stand at a batter of one in
elirbt. The eip aod fill ol tho bent to he
'iv: tnci "ipiare limner, tiu t aps to lie
twenty (2 1) feet lon;, and tbe silln to pro
ject on eai-li end two h-tt P.t-l the outer
edge ot tae outside post, i ne posts to re
morticed aod tenoned into tbe cups and sill,
and eaeu tenon to be pinned wira two
three-quarter (V) luch ni-.ture iron pirs and
each Pent to be braced by two diagonal
braces of I2.2i inch plank, well li'td an 1
spiked on caps, poxix and ml!-.
The bents to ro-t ori-tand ujion four mud
sills 12X12 iui hcs and cit.'iitf5) leet louu n't
in the ground and placed on the alignment
of the work.
Tho carnage way of the Itrestlework to
be sixteen (luj Ket wide, the floor plunk
:o he tin ee (-1) inches and not over twelvo
12) inches wide, and to be well t-1 1 1. J nn
io the stringers and Iloor hcaipx.
Tho floor beams to be mude up ax follow :
two (2) stringers of 8X12 inches set on the
caps aud sixteen (Pi) teet apart from out-
tide to outside, ine space between said
stringers to he equally divided lor seven
(7) beams of 3X12 inches each, and each set
of iloor beams orspans to have three (Sisets
o! herriuijbons bridging ot 2X1 inch scant
line. The stnn-,'et and Iloor beams to rest at
leit tlx iii) inches on tbe caps.
The striutjurs to connect by half joints
and to be fat-tened to the caps by ono inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen flH) incites
A railing or balusters four u) reel bli'h
to be conslructcd on each side ol above dls
crllied trestiuwork. The posts to be 4X0
inch dees and braced on tho caps and fasten
ed ou io ine stringers by two (2) one-nan
inch bails. The parts to be six Ci) leet
apart: the band rail 2X1 iuches, and an
axle guard of 2X12 inches, all well fastened
on to tbe posts.
All ol the above timbers to be ol white
or buir oak ol best (jua lily, and
the work done in a thorough and work -manlike
manner, and under the supervision
of such person as tbe committee on streets,
or the city :ouncliol the city ot Cairo may
1 be approaches to above trestle work and
bridge to be of earth and with a slope ol
not more than one in ten and not le-s than
sixteen (16) feet wide ou lop, with a slope
io iuo oue or one in two. neperate diu
will be received for iron spud, including
abutments and foundation, for the wooden
trestle portion ol said bridge, and for the
earthen approaches, or for tbe entire
The rivbt to reject any or all bids, is re
served. J. D. f'ninis,
Old. City Clerk.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes'
rVall Paper, Window Glaus, Win
dow Shadea, &o.
always on band, um celebrated tlluminatl
Comer Rlevanth Street and Waaht
CI A 1 1 Can Be Booutiful-
Yfillp Jin iyyed or no-
paired at a Trif
Clothes, Ung Eiponse.
ladies and c o. d.
Old Hats Made New.
o. 80, Elfhlh Street.
Goods at the lowest E
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Daina-
Children's Shoes, dents
lioots nnd Shoes
Sneclal attention given h Country trade.
in the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our goods and prices before you buy.
vn i nn li
St. Louis, Mo.
IH0S. A. RICE, A. M. t. T,
JA8. RICE, A. M.,
J. H. HDSW00D,.
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M IN I HOJ Al l. la I. V IKS.
No. CO Ohio Uevoc.
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Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Ofllceon whirl ooat. foot ol' Sixth hi rod.;
Ollloe ol llalliday Brothers, oppoiite 61.
Klfyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coitl Dump, foot of 'lliirtr-eiKnth street, r
Yon ( Jfflc d rawer .'too
I)f "criiit your raw, hd1 uti
nlCC'ilCC'C I with rents, tCorrrsryi'dl
J n.r I rr) to Dr. AN I)VH
MO Ml. - u-non Street, Hili.delplii;i.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hnnd. Also bns constantly
on band a
Large Supply oi'
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale nod Retail.
At the Old Dclmonico Hotel,
S im Xo. fiS Ohio Levee
STRATTON & BIRD,
Ag'U! AMERICAN HOWDCH CO.
67 Ohio Levee.
Dso DraB 3D r
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Cfa--faij for lis Srush,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia Korosjna Cun
The Only Perfect Can in
tho World. M ids of UIssh
and Warranted n8t- to
Leuk, O rrodo or Broak.
Kvory faiiuly nhouldhuve
OIL TANKS and .
Tho best in Use. Patent Domo
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Agency and Depot lor Aycrs' 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 DeCinchoii's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"L:ut week I bought a 10 rent package of YVatlnns ami ilone rov ni-klu( In one b,i
tlie usual time at leu than ball the cost ot Soup. .My clnthra w ere wln'er. I diJ not
have to rub them, anil ic itiil not tlint.lt my wuoIpdh, anil Tor om-n I w ruabicd lu gvl i
liot dinner on Monday, fin la;lli try if, ami you will have labor, tinm aqd monar. Ill,
perfectly xalc to ue it. MRS.' A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy "WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' EaxnnButr0ab!1:ft,lce
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 AU
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparlila and Blood Purifier
Hobnails' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills, . ,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Olotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pons and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and StOve Polish
Mire Imported Hoy Hum, fcplendld-i uuada Tr
Noai- llnglUli aud American Soap FJue Im
ported Hnudkcrclilof Fxtraots la orlffl
mil Hot tie or In Broken luaiitt
ilea n wanted at low price.
Buy Your BruQO
At Barclayo' Drue Sioro.
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial PremiuiT?
and adopted after a thorough ScientiflQ
and Practical Test Ly the U. 8. GOV
ERNMFNT LIGMT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by tho
U. 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine und Gas rU tho
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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