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The kalytiU oTUn abo onlr mii
t Unlr hiJI (ha dm. awl third Monday
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cVtn Odd-ftUows' UU o rn nrai urn uiira
lucfflai la wr month, at naif-pant seven
A. COMING, CP
CAIEO LODGE. NO. 137, A. F. A A M
,-. liold regular onmniunicatinDi lu Ma
tonic Hall, corner Comniuciai avnu
nr1 Eighth atreet, on too xvond and
(with Moadar ofaaoh month.
ihcrear 3,000 workmen KUc Intjie
etty of Quebec
- Tha .Western Iron Association at a
larjfely attended mi'Ctlnjr In I'lttsb.irj;,
hat adopted a plan to curtail production.
Henry Ward Beecher has accepted tlie
position ft chaplain of the thlrteeniti
reglmrnt, the oldest military orgauizi
liou In Brooklyn.
Fifteen steamship leave New York for
Europe the present week, twelve of tbem
lor porta in Great Bntuln , anil three lor
Five ot the railroad rioters of last July,
at Reading. Pa., pleading jruilty, wi re
aentenced tp six months' imprisonment
William Miller, a young man residing
at Newell' Run, Washington county. O ,
had hit bead chopped off. last Thursday
night, by Miss Elizabeth Saylor, whom
be bil l seduced.
i T. B. Raoul, telegraph operator and
i railroad agent at Vaughsus Station, Mia ,
was killed, on Thursday, by postmns'er
Tucker ol that place. Tbey bad quarreled
over a freight bill.
Alter three day of hard work Hie
court at MarshaH,Clark county, succeed
ed in finding a jury to try the care against
Whitehead for the murder ol Ryan.
There are almost two hundred witness.
Ret. , Mr. McKibben, of the Central
Presbyterian churcb, St. Paul, Minn.,
baa tent notice to several large property
owner of that city who rent building
to keepers ol houses ot prostitution,
warning Ibem that unless lu '.ten days
their booses are vacated by such partii s
tbey will be prosecuted to the lull extent
ot the law.
The eflorts to effect an amicable ad
justment of the affairs ot Edwin J.
Dunning, the note broker, ot New York,
who recently made an assignment, hav
lng tailed, a settlement will be bad in the
usual way through the assignee. The
transactions of Mr. Dunning, apgrigaN
log $1,600,000, J roves to be ol so com
plicated a nature that litigation will be
necessary .upon nearly every point, and
possibly In nearly every transaction.
No Extra Session.
The governor and other state officinls
are constantly receiving inquiries as to
when tbe extra section of the legislature,
lor the purpose of extending the lime for
the collection ot taxes, will be called.
The governor state that be w ill not call
any extra session for that or any other
purpose. Tbe session could not be con
vened In time to aflora any relief, accord
ing to law, and he further states that
there U no demand lor an extra session
except npon the part ot those who drslre
to grab something from the state freas
Washington Telegrams, Jan. ?6, '71.
A convection ot state agricultural
societies will be held here tho third
Tuesday oi February.
. An enthusiastic admirer and supporter
ol Gen. Brlstow professes to have tbe
best loondation for his assertion that
Mr. Bristow will be In the public service
within thirty days, but he does not state
lo what branch ol tbe service,
' MODS Or ELKCT1NO PRESIDENT.
The house coromltu-eon revision of
the law regulating the counting of the
electoral vote for president aud vice
president sub-divided Its work to-day
One subscomrulttee Is to examine the
subect ot the metnod of electing, ans
other the mode of counting the electoral
Tote, and the third 1 charged with the
consideration ot tbe subject of the. of.
fell) tenure of tbe president and vice-
president. The committee Is diligently
at work, and though not expected to act
concurrently with the similar committee
of the aenate, there are Inquent and
tree consultations between the two,
The treasury holds $346,075,0;0 in
United State bonds to secure national
bank circulation and S13.643.000 lu bonds
to secure public d?polts. United States
bonds oVposited for circulation lor week
' ending to-dsy, $108,060 ; United Nates
"bonds held lor circulation withdrawn
. weeabenduf to-day, $60,000; national
bank circulation outstanding: Gold notes,
$1,431190 currency nnf . $319.W0.3&4 i
internal revenue, $26,809,076; customs
$437,116; receipt national bank notra lor
week ending to-dsy, compared with cor
fespondtax period last year: 1877, $0,
479JG9 1 fU21 ,000 ; receipts to-day,
71,000 currency, $8,009,783; special
'mt& for redemption of fractional cur
tmesf, 8.000.000 pedal deposit legal
IttM far redemption certificate ol
' trT " 2 crttfeatet, tam.oooj
fT Jlr. 1849,943,776.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. ,
WfBtern Rivert and Bailwayi-
Intercal Trado and For ' A
Delegates from the St- Paul Hirer
trl)il Coneipoid-nea of C.ilro Bri.i.lTia.l
T!l!t"Vl.!.ET Or Tng StlfflSblPN.
WasiiiNOTO, D. C, Jan. 23ih, 177
Tho valley ol the Mississippi le.rat her a
trite subject lor a Washington letter, but
fust now It has Income a toplo ol para
mount interest to tho whole nation. The
average congressman from the stone hills
and fan.1 hills ol tho Atlantic coast Is
fairly waking up to the conviction that
away beyond the Alleghanles there Is a
great and wonderlul country, which In
half a century has grown from a wilder
ness into an empire, containing hall the
population ol the United States,. And
supplying nearly four-tilths ol our natural
products. Its Immense area of more
than 1,000,000 of square miles is mostly
drained by one great river with its afflu
ents, which river lias its sources In a
geml-nrctic lake, or the fountains that arc
nursed by tho storms that breed and
brood umongft tho cliffs and canons of
the Rocky mountains, touches, bounds or
traverses twenty-tour great states end
territories ; carrying tbe mingled soils
lour thousand miles to Its deltu, where
Its mighty flood Is poured Into a tropical
sea. i ins river is tne natural cuaunei oi
trade for the grandest industrial empire
on the lace of the glol'e.
Bi r THIS ORE1T OUTLET
for the natural and art products of this
western empire, w hich was designed by
nature to connect It people and indus
tries with tho outside world, Use? Its
immense volume and power to impair
its own efficiency. Pacing through
vast alluvial tracts, it draws into its
turbulent flood many thousand acres of
soil and whole lorrcsts ol trees and.
undergrowth, thus choking u? its own
channel and.destroying half its avrying
capacity. The govrLment not realiz
ing tho necessity for improving the
navigation of tbe Mississippi, tbe
people ot the west have done all
tn their power to Bitppkment its
capacity, und meet the pressing
demands of internal trale, by building
many thousand miles ol railway, In
many caws directly. along the bunks ol
the great river and its leading tributaries.
As a large portion of western freightage
consists in the cereal and other heavy
and bulky larra products, the cot of get
ting them to the seaports by rail puts a
heavy burden upon tbe producer.
IT 13 DEUn.NSTRlTD
that water carriage on llie Missiesppi Is
from lour to live times cheaper than by
railway, and ibat (even or eight cents
may be saved on .every bushel ot wheat
sent to Europe by the river and null,
over that whUh is sent lo the Atlantic
seaboard by rail. Tbe mouth of the
riurhasbven opened to the commerce
of tbe world by the genius aud skill ot a
treat engineer, and to perfect ti e com
mercial facilities ot the west it only re
main lo improve tbe navigation of the
river itself .
'J'o press tbu matter upon the attention
ol congress and secure prompt aud
l&vorable action, a number ot intelligent
and Influential gentlemen from St. Louis,
St. Paul and other points are In Wash,
ington now with a strong memoriul on
the subject trom the
held last October. Amongst these 1
recognize Ex-Mayor Joseph Brown, of.
St. Ijouis, Hon. John Ilogan, of the same
city, Hon. J. 11. Davidson, of St. Paul,
Hon, M. T. J tliuson, ot Galena, 111., and
other live men trom the banks ol tbe
Misslssippi,whoarenothereas lobby is' s,
but as delegates trom the St. Paul con
vention to ask congress to do a simple
act of Justice to 20,000,000 of people
in the great Vhlley of the west. Their
memorial sets lortu
THE CLAIMS OF THE PEOPLE
to prompt an! liberal action, In a dear
and forcible manner, giving the proposed
work its true character ol a great nation
al necessity. The sentiment is improv
ing everyday, and the "spigot and bung
hole" economists, wtio grow pale with
fear at the sound ol that terrible word
subsidy, begin ti see that If they can add
live millions a year to the aggregate
wealth ol the western couutry by spend
ing two or three millions altogether in a
work of Improvement, that the dear
people will bless, them all the time lor
granting subsidies ol that kind. Tbe
press and the people ot the west should
do all in their power to hold up the
heads ot their representatives and dele
gates. But even the Mississippi aud Its
tributaries with their
riFTKB.N THOUSAND MILES OV NAVIGABLE
can only begin to supply the Internal
tiade and transportation wants of the
great west. A country whose annual
trade and products now amount to 13..
OOO.UOO.bOO, needs still greater facilities
lor transportation, and Its necessitle In
this rupee', are increasing from year to
year. In tbe great southwest lies a vost
region ol undeveloped wealth, both of
the soil and the mine, including the
territories of New Mexico aud Arizona
with gold, silver and copper enough to
enncn an empire, and witbout a mile ol
railway or navigable water. These
territories, with northwestern Texas and
Indian Territory, remain to be settled and
civilized by the presence ol the Iron horse.
the great wealth creator and clvlllzer of
modern time. Congres is lairiy awake
upon the necessity ol a
SOUTHERN PACIFIC AIIWAT,
not only to ufoet tbe want ol the south
west, but to save the whole country Irom
an annual tax oi $ 10.000,000 In exorbitant
charges by the present line, and to re.
neve tne financial and labor famine ol
the nation by patting many million ot
Idle-capital into active circulation, and
giving heme and profitable employment
to more than a million of people. A
oore of bill art before coafrtw on
this subject, prominent amongst which
I tbe bill Introduced by Hon. Alex. H.
Stephens, to secure the completion of tne
I'cxus und Paclflo trom Fort ..Worth to
San Diego.' This bill arks for the good
will ot . the government lo enable the
company to sell their bonds at pur, and
thus bo able to build tbe road cheap and
lurnish A'liiup transportation lo compete
with the present line." For this good
will expressed In the torni ol a gumnm. e
of iuicrut on conduction bunds, the
company unVr ubundant security, ai d
this tact, coupled with the consideration
that the measure Is
FRAUGHT WITH lUMKNSU ADVANTAGES
to the whole, couutry, Is gaining new
trlends every day, und Is considered us
rendering lu mccess a certainty.
But the 'ntvHt west heeds not only
interior clnnnels of trade to carry it
products to tho seaboard, but cheap
transit thence to all the mullets ol the
woild. This last desideratum is to be
achieved by encouragement to ship
builders and ship-owners to Increase the
elllclency of our merchant marine. These
men will establish
GCSiS LINES Of STKAMKRS
to all tbo great commercial murts of the
world upon the simple condition of being
paid a moderate sum for tho transport
atioit ol our foreign mails. Experience
shows tli&t such lines li ive added enough
to the revenues of government by
opening: now trade, to pay four or flvo
times I'Tcr the small amount
allowed them tur carrying- the mails,
and at tbcsnuio time have added largely
to the prollts of producer J. Tin national
American conveutlou to be held in Wash
ington on tbo lCUli ol February, should
lave rtprcsentutiyes from every board
of trade or chamber of commerce in the
west. When they are here tbey can
speak upon all their great interests, in
cluding tho restoration of silver. On
this sjbicct Ben Butler says with regard
to a threatened veto. ''Hfod him or die,''
and he will do if. 1, Z. T.
TIEWARM nrFERF.D FOR 1 BE Mr PW?FP.R
The governor to-day i'iiied a procla
mation o tiering a reward of $2C0 lor t he
apprehension of the murderer of Adolphua
Zinimertn'iii, at Mounds Junction. Pulas
ki county, Zimmerman w.w murdered
by some one unknown on the 21 Inst.,
and the reward U to be paid upon the
conviction ol the guilty party.
The sveragn value ot pasture, per acre.
In till siate $3 78, the aggregate value
14,704 112. The number of acres so oc
cupied 4 3W.C03 This information is
gleaned iroin advance sheets of the r s
port of the secretary, of tho state board
of agr'cnlture, which will be lfsucd In a
TRADE WITH MEXICO-
Tbe Opinion ol ,rnrrnl t rl.t ron-rerolng-a
Very liniiarlnol Si object
From lie New Orleans I'icaiiice. Jan. C".
The su'ijeet of commercial Intercourse
with Mexico and the South American
state has always been one dear to New
Orleans, and some eflorts, genernlty In-
Trcfual, have been made to estab ili It.
Should conirress subsidize the proposed
ne of mail S'eamers between this nort
and Rio Junelro, Ihu in tlal stup will have
been muta towards profitable relations
with tliose countries which are mutunilv
tributury ; but there is yet murh to be
done which may be accomplished by
On yesterday Gtn. Mexia txpres:ed
some very plain opinions on thi subject;
aud suowad how commercially both
Mexico and liie Lnlted State were
laboring under a disadvantage by tbe
absence of suflleient communication.
Gen. Mexia is a native of Mexico, now a
resident ol Texas, a very wealthy man,
and one who has itndicd the needs ol
both natiops. He is largely known In
this city, where he spent many years,
and leels a deep Interest In all affulrs
aflecting the prosperity of this city. His
father, who had gleiiously struggled for
tue independence of J exas, was executed
in Tamplco for having gallantly demon
straten ins lovo ol liberty nnd republi
canism. General Mexia tated yesterday tho
importance ot commercial relations be.
tween this country and Mexico, and den-
reeatcd tbo apathy and want of enter
pri&e wiucn ims heretofore separated the
two. He was particular m showing the
advantae of commercial lrlend.hip be
tween new urleans und Mexico, and the
considerations which should liunel inn.
tual amity. For Instance, in tho cotton
neii ot Mexico the product cannot be
relied upon for more than one In three
years, lor tho other two years the
staple has to be supplied by this country,
and it is remarkable that nearly all the
cotton shipments come trom New York.
It Is so with western produce, et id ohm
9nui, all of which might come through
our port so much cheaper to them and
o much to the aJvautage ol ourselves,
II only a practicable effort was mado to
obtain the trade. In like manner a re
ciprocal exchango of products could be
made with us to an immense and mutual
advautnge. it was all a question ol
communication, and herein tho exertion
of local enterprise was Involved. Europe
had obtained tho largest trade from Mex
ico, despite distances, owing to Its enter
prise and energy, and he saw no rearm
why the United States, with all its geo
graphical advantages, should not wrest
it aim give It wider scope.
Jen Rusk, ol Wisconsin, ex-memba
of congress, has been appointed railroad
commissioner of that state.
i Tai'" " a to i tut um
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OS""' all PtrtinUars nv. Iddnna
- wiuuai, r. mm, Wash'atwa, , I.
OUE MOTTO:" "Jhe Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
Dry Goocls, Boots and. Shoe
Clothing,'Hats and Caps, Coffees, Teas, ; Sugars,
' Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour. .
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslin, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull lino oi C arpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
TliK stock is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention itfven to Country trade.
Oar Stok embraces everything needed in the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
Goodii. Please give u a call, examine our goods and nrloea bcloro you buy.
OVICE TO COX I H At TOR"..
Offick of City clerk, I
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3, lfcT8. j
8ua!ed propotalk will be received at tbls
t'flics. directed to tbe city councilof Cairo,
Illinois, until B o'clock Tuesday evening,
February Mb. A. D. 1378, for tbe eonul ruc
tion ol a one span iron bridge, together
with tho approaches or abutments and
louudation. across Cache river, about ooo
and one-lall miles Irom Mound City rail
road ilepot, and four miles north ot tue city
of Cairo, lo tae counties of Alexander and
l'ulatki, state ot MIdoIs, according to tbe
plana uud specifications prepared by Jobu
P. liuly, Ksq, t. E., now on illo and ob
ject to examination m this office, tbe tpecl.
!kt!on of wsich are as follow;, vl :
S ild bridge and trestle work :o b mad
up of clb'.ecn (V) optDlngtol eighteen (Ui
feet liooi centre to centre of po ts, sod ma
pau of one hundred iluO) fett a-row ton
Tbe one hundred (100) leet eptn t be cf
iron, and J proportioned that a losd ot ten
(hi) ions dUt iouted over twenty M) line at
teet at th cenre o' tbe span, shall not
strain tbe Iron over twelve taousand
(lUOiMJ)i eunoi per square inch tensile, or
our seven tbousand five hundred (7ft -0.)
pounds per square inch heurlng strain
tbo etram in comp,f;ion to be in at,
lea t iu the proportion ti IhJ ratio of
leDKth to diameter, by uordon's lormuU.
Tun i-pan ot bu.U bridge to be ene f un
d ed (loi) ttft to the clear and tbe roadway
twelve (12) feet Hide.
1 ho floor to bt ol wbltri oak plat k to
and o-i -h til 'H) im bes talck una utt over
twelve (,2) inefct Uu.
'I h: U jur beam- to be of Lite rak and lo
roio iim tu tie b-lun.' i f iba one bundle-
tl U)leet an lructure uiid n!-o lo
b- pp'Vi. e-1 vita a miULne ax'.a gut d.
i be ub ve to re t upon liob eO uujiia pr -p
jitloiiei. 10 'ho f ti uciuie to l (! pt d,
the loiuniiis at rucu i in) o fie lrni ur ir u
i-pau lu im phuc I utt a mud d I .Xli, tWei
(iO) letl li g uioriiu. u aud Uiiouu. t a
KUlbcieLt uniuiie; f waitu oa pl.es, firm
ly uriven into i!.- rher nnx.
The bent to b -. rcirduiijiirpostaloXt '
lnebci) i qu ir, ibe i wo tuner pun to n n I
perpt-iidiuuUr nnd ihx two oute' pan i.
uh ranted huo rtitd a' a ln.tUT lit i.nn In
eit'lit i bu cap a d sin ol the bents to bi
12X12 mr j sq-jirc tun' er, t e capa to bo
ttniy U ) ' 't l nt(. and the uit lo pro-J-.c'.
n titeu m l two leit pil the outer
e (if l hi ou ei Je p ts. I lie po-U- to be
mo i iced a Ueuoneditiinthefaiaiidkilii,
ai.d t.icb teimii to be pinned vvitli two
three-quarter (j) inubrquire irnu pic h, and
eicti imw, a Od lir.icd y two diantial
braces oi I2X:J i h plant:, Well tlit;U an 1
kj.Ucd jii caps, posts and B lis.
I be ben i to re-l or ata'iil u on four mud
silis Visi'i Inches aud e Klit (S) leet 1ok het
in ihu j;niiad and placed oa me aligniuent
of tbe wora.
the carrlee way ol the 'tr si work to
beHixiiro leet wide, tbe floor plank
o be tmee (3i inches and not over IwWve
(IV) inuliea wldo, and to bo w, II spiked on
to ibe sinrgcrs aud floor beam.
I ae floor beam to bo m de up as follows :
two (2) stringer of SXia incbe tt on the
cia and .iateen (Hi) icot nparl from out
elde to ojluid". ibe tpii:e between said
Vtringrrsto be ei.u-.lly divlied lor seven
(7) btutnn of 8X12 inches each and eacbset
ol floor beaUjSoriun to have three (")!
oi her iiiitbona bridging ot 2X4 inch canU
The stringers and floor beams to rest at
Iet tlx () inches oa ibe caps.
Tbe st.lngers to connect by half jo'nts
and to be fattened to the caps by one Inch
round spikes or bolt eighteen (IK) lncbe
A radio? or ball&sters four (4) feot high
to be constructed on encbsldeof above dts
cribed trettlework. lbs posts to be 4X0
Inch cleesand braced on tbe caps and fasten
ed on to tbe stringers by two (2) one-balf
inch butts. Tbe parts to he six (0) teet
apirt; tbe hand rail 2X1 inches, and an
axle guard of 2X12 Inches, all welt fastened
on to tbe posts.
All of the above timbers to bo of white
or burr oak of best quality, and
the workdono In a tborougb and work
manlike m inner, and under the supervision
of sucb periou as tbe committee on streets,
or the city :ouncil ot the city ol Cairo may
The approaches to abovo trestlework and
bridge to be of earth and with a slope of
not more than one In ten and not lets than
nixtcen (16) tset wide on top, with a slope
to tbe base of one In two. Seperate btda
will be received for iron span, Including
abutments and foundation, for ihe wooden
trestle portion ol said bridge, and for tbe
earthen approaches, or for the entire
" he right to rejoct any or all bids, la re
served, J. B. FniLLie,
dtd. City Cleik.
Lib' d B',
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re-
pairod at. a Trif
C. O. .
Old Hats Mado Now.
80, Eighth Street.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Kadonal Bak Building, up.staus.
Th OMni 'EitablUhtd Agney la toadMia
OUmu, aa nptssuitlsic Tt v
135 000 000
Goods at tho lowest Pri
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children' Shoes, Gents' F.ocrts nnd Slmrs
Orders for Coal bv the car-load,
ton, or in hegshoad, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufactui era, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at ui.form rates.
CAIRO CiTYCOAL CO.
OrBoeon wlnri noal f rat of ixth 6trft.;
Ultice o. HuUiJuy llrolairj, ktilhidiui St.
Cbrle llol-l. ,
ttfypliaii Mills, Twonricrh utroet.
Uml Dump f.M.t of 1 hmv-tijfiiiii street, or
r?aints, Oils, VarnisheE
Wall Paper, Window Olaas, Win
dow Shades, &e,
AIwstii on hnnil, tfce t'lelirej"l illuiuIimU
Corner KlST.enth BtrMt and WmUI
STEATTON & BISD,
Ag'tsIAMERICAN POWDER CO.
R7 Ohio L'evea.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hnml. AUo bit? coniitiintly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wliolaiole and Retail,
At the Old Dclmonico Hotel,
5-tm Xo. 68 Ohio Levee
a1anufacturp:r and dealer in
. CUSTOM LI ASH
Mr. Block desires to ca'l tbo attention ot
the Pobllo to the lact that tie bss al
wijrion band a largp, ow and lostilonaltie
lock of ready-made custom Boot and
Shoes which be will tell at
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Cull Oa Him At
JlEijilli.i, Sd Wish, ft Coo, Ati.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveo,
. And At
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAIt,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Strcot
White Lead White Siuc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-nil C0l5r.--l.51Jj ftp th Brus&f
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgii ii.j os .na Can
The OalyPortect Can li
th World. M ids of Olass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Orrode or Break.
Every fam.ly should have
OIL TANKS and
Iho best in Use, Patent Dome
and Mnasurinn Fnrr.n Pnmn
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices.
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jayne3' 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
'Lat week I bouphta'OoeDtparkaKuof W&ihine sn.l iIomp irv wn-blng Inrin- i. ;
tho usual time at le than bH the foct ol Hoap. Jiy tlmlifs worn whir. I diu i. ..
have lo rub them, and it li I tint .brink my wooloni, sml Tor onon I wsh ctiahu-d to ft
hot ninner on Monday. 80 lailics liy it, atnl jou will sve li.hor, lime ad in-xwy. I' 1
pt-rfectly safe to use It. . 0
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' ASSS'
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 Blackintr. Stove Blankine
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Jteatner 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 Hay lliiin, KplciHlhl-C'n inula T r
oap Kaigiisu aud American Flno Im-
liortcd Handkerchief Extract in orlgl
linl llottlcs or In Itrokcn fluantl-
Mnawanted at low price.'
Buy Your3rugs : ,
VP ffb p$ TP
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test btho U.S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for, Elaine and Gas rato the
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
r. .. v..-t. i t
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
The Best Sarsaoariila and Blood Purifier
and all Aeue Moflininf