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Matthew 8ilTr Besolation-The
Millionaire and the Million
I . "PatrlotUm the Last Be
; eort of Scoundrel."
What are the Remedies for Present
Diitreaa Extending Trade
Vi mhisgton, D. C Jan. 29. 78.
The. Unel descendants of the lame
."money cbanreW'whom Chriit scourged
.from the tutaple at Jerusalem, are now
in in the halls and corridon. of the
' White House and the Capitol, loudly de
' maiding $10 lb gold (or every f 5 paid
tot their bonds. The senate, as you
hare already learned, has passed, by an
almoat twootbtrd. vote, the Matiliews
declaratory . resolution thai silver Is
part ol the legal coin ol the country, and
must be a Icjral tender for all debts. The
uiUiwiii in furor f this -measure has
; rrown to such a iiowtr, ami the con'
vlcUonsofth people have become so
itron and universal, that it is considered
little leaa than madness for the president
to Interpose a veto on the Bland sl'vcr
bill, which Is likely to pass by even
stronger majority. The west and south
tbe treat prodnoing division of the re
public, are almost unanimous on this
auHtest; and factious opposition to their
nil by a syndicate ol money kings is
liable to culminate In a popular revolu
Uon that will make eastern millionaires
rlad to get back what they actually paid
for their bonds. While there Is no dis
position to repudiate even a dime ol In
debtedness, there Is a determination to
pay no more than Is called for In the
sonda, the coin of the country, not gold
Uone, but gold or.ailvtr at the option ol
TaajMUlOJiAIftU AMD TUB MILLION.
The contest between the producers and
he accumulators of wealth, la assuming
sage proportions and a most threatening
ispect. ' The legislation and financial
Mllcy of the last ten yean have tended
Ureetiy to make the rich richer and toe
toor poorer. By the process ol contrac
tion the rich man's bond lucreascd 100 per
at, and the poor man's property lost
wlf Us talus. The government bond
hat cost 900 in coin ten years ago, la
' tow worth f 1,000, and the mechanic's
ottage that was then worth $1,000, would
ot sell for $300 to-day. In consequence
finis suicidal policy, the country at
bis moment presents the strange specta
' le of a great nation overburdened with
reelth and yet suffering from destli utlon.
tt granaries bursting with corn and It
ran; bouses filled with the fatness of the
7 and, while three millions ol people have
sen driven out of employment and
limed into a mighty army of bankrupt
r beggars. The Industrial Interest of
' ae country have been crippled or ruined.
' lulutude of enforced Idlers ask for
- read,; while tbclr families, are reduced to
r alf or quarter ration, or lorced-to that
st resort of starving po vcrty th'o soup
oaiu IVhile banks, merchant and
' lanttfacturer are dally going Into bank.
iptcy, the mine are unworked, the
irolr fires extinguished, the machine
Kp silent, the factories locked up, In
Mtry paralysed and enterprise dead.
IHrmOTBMENT Of TBI MISSIBStrrt.
JTbe grand remedy for the present dls.
' e otJthe body politlo .Is to inaugurate
.'S Jjgorouslx. prosecute such great
orks of puwio improvement as will put
oney. .Into circulation, give employ-,-.
jent to the idle and bread to the hungry.
O Jrooija-mxt among it au: measures 1 the
" Iproyemeut of navigation on the Mists-
ppL The able delegation now here
tm the St. Paul river convention, are
. Vng noble, and efficient work in this
atter. They have already secured the
' assage Mr a act appropriating $40,
. . JO toV exjttO Jed dnring the present
jeai yeaf, u-snij in uuo wora oi snag
' fata, removing temporary obstructions.
. ley leal eonndent that congress will
she a liberal appropriation for the per
(Dent Improvement ol this great artery
eaoakmeroe. At bearing dircctlv on
JJs subject, the" west and couth should
, ... wau represeniea in tue national com
ftrelal convention to be held In Wash
3toatoftthlthof February. Every
in that ha a board of trad should
' lk4 thrta delegata to this convention,
3 sopraiuHee -raADB KKLaTiows. ,
L'ljMBfSt' the I the extension of our
' do relations, seeking out and opening
for oar product In foreign
doable advantage would
W Asms) this policy. First It wonld
4 pbt tomurt In foreign coontrles lor
IawpItlS product of the salne, farm
I Estery, glTlng satisfactory mum
-d'rtnts. stiaulatlog every branch
ras7i4 sjraaUngafresb demand
' r CtetX' Itf , unskilled labor.
'jyX tt WbM glT employment to
tzr( rrjxz3x toa rannuf om
lH . 1 1 .llwtfhsfnTsninjsrlT
Vot s dollar. tiperUnos Uowi thsV'tha
money raid lor to trsepportatlon for
eign malls could be returned fou fold In
tbo tocrcsj ol revnu derived, from new
fields of conimer-.-u. If the payment oi
$100,000 te an ocean line 0r carrying the
tnatl,adds $300,000 to,'.,e governnunt's
revenue and several toilllonn to the ag
gregate wealth of U e couutry by sccarlntr
additional nurkr.g and better prices lor
pro4ucU, theo that Is just the kind (1
subsidy every mM would like to pay lor
himself 'jd (hat all the people of the
oonntrf . will contiuue to pry lor. Eng
land bss grown immensely rh'b by the
adoption ol this policy, and the United
States may do the same by following ber
example. A single Hue of steamers In
creases the annual trade to San Francisco
to $10,000,000. Let us have more steam
er, more trade, more money. '
IXTSJUMl IMPROVKH KN U.
Vhen the monarchic ot Europe are
threatened with a labor famine, accom
panied by all the horrors aud terror of
a communistic revolt, what do they do?
They don't employ the army to hunt and
shoot down the hall starved wretcnes
that go about crying out for "bread or
blood," but they Immediately lnangerate
works of Internal Improvement, aud give
work and bread to the complaining and
suffering multitudes. On this very prin
ciple Paris has grown Into the beauty
and magnificence of a celcRtial city, and
has been saved more than once from the
mad fury ol a starving mob ol ian
tulalUt. We have as yet but tew ol this
class ol people In America, but we bate
millions ol destitute and Buffering people
who demand work lustend of bj'ood,"
and the sooner we give It to tbcra the
better It will be tor the country. With-
out Internal trade and transportation
there Is no demand for foreign commerce
We muit have easy access to botn ocenns
before our commodities can bo sent ito
the markets of the world. The sonth
and west together must expend many
milPons to extend and Inorease tbo
facilities lor transportation, The navi
gation of rivei s must be improved aud
railroads must be built, ahe Mistlssippi
Is au "Inland ea," but lotes halt its
value as a channel of commerce for the
want of a few millions expended In the
deepening and itiulghteing of Itschtn
The great southwest, embracing the In
dian Territory, New Mexico, Arizona,
and northwestern Texas is almost desti
tute of transportation lacliities, the three
last.namsd divisions being without a
mile ol rallrond or navigable water. Yet
the development of these divisions by a
transcontinental railway to the Pacldo
would settle the labor and financial trou
bles ot the whole country. It would not
only give work to many thousands ol
unwilling Idlers, not only in the con
atructlon ot the road, bat In the toun
dries, rolling milts and machine abops
that are nowcloRed for the wwt of work,
and in opening mines, and furms and
building towns. While the completion
ot this great national work as proposed
by tho Texas and Paciflo Railway com
pany would reBtore prosperity to all the
material Interests ot the country, 11
would not cost the government a single
dollar, la money, Joana or boo 'J. - Oi ve
us a southern railway to the Pacific, the
Improvement of the great rivers, with
silver dollars and greenbacks, and the
country will again be happy and pros
perous. '. J.L. T.
Tbe terms ol peace between Kmsia
and Turkey were signed on the 31st of
January. An order suspending hostili
ties was immediately Issued and seut to
corps and detachment commanders on
both sides. The following are tbe con
ditlons ot the protocol : First Tbe erec
tion ol Bulgaria into a principality.
Second A war indemnity or territory
in compensation. Third Independence
of Roumanta, Servla and Montenegro,
with increase ot territory for each.
Fourth Reforms in "Bosnia and Uerze-
govinia. Filth An ulterior understand
ing between the sultan and czar regard
ing the Dardanelles. Sixth Evacua
tion ol Danubian fortresses and Erzes
Tna ehk-f villain of the Louisiana res
turning board, J. Madison Wells, surs
rendered to SlierlU Houston, ot New
Orleans, on Saturday evening, and gave
ball lor his appearance when wanted tor
Bck Wads is recovering sucly,thongh
Tux returning board trials are f till in
The Quarterly Beriew.
The British Quarterly Rtvitv, for Jan-
nary, uu published by the Leonard Scott
ruDllihlng Co., 41 Barclay street, New
York, commences the year with an un
usually Interesting number.
1. "The Mikado's Empire" reviews
Grlffl' work of lb same name, and pro
sent a brief survey of tbe resources,
climate, people, government, and re
ligion of Japan.
XL "The Americans In Turkey" It an
account ot tbe secular result of the work
of American missionaries In Turkey dur
ing tbe past fltty years, and or their edu
111. " Savings and Savings Banks." A
history of savings bauks In general, and
a minute description of too working of
the poit office savings bank of Great
iv. " JPreclous StonM." Gives their
relative values, and history of those
that are most celebrated.
V. "Capital and Labor." A long and
comprehensive article, being ta attempt
to give aa Impartial statement ot tbe
principles and lacts on both sides.
VL Comprehension." A discussion
ot the vital problem oi doctrinal oompre
bension, especially In connection with
VlL "Parody and Parodists." A lively
article, quoting freely iron Cajyerley
and other recent parodists.
, VIIL " Professor Henry Sogers."
The camber coDolndes, m asual, with
short notice of the prlnefpal reeent pub
Itations ln'sU departments of literature.
IDS periodical rcpnnwq oy mjowi7
aid t-cott Publishing Co. (41 arciaj
street, 71; T. ) are as follows : The Loo
don Quarterly, Edinburgh, Westminster,
aud British Quarterly Itevjcws, and
Blackwood's Magazine. Trice $4 a yeir
for any one or only' $1S for all, and- tie
postage is prepaid by the publishers.
Witt do ao many parents think chit.
ilren troublonomeT Because they cry.
And wbydd they cry? Because they
suflcr. VP Bull's baby syrup relieves sll
pain that babyhood Is subject to, and
only costs 23 cent per bottle.
i t i
All thoso who have givi-i. i atrial
will not be without It. ltcur.-. Ir. itull's
Bat Ta Triad II.
We roter to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' byrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Uorehound, fur coughs,
colds, blood spitting, weak luogi, croup,
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
aud all diseases of the lungs and throat.
Probably no similar preparation ever bp
fore so quickly lound It way into public
lavor as this. Its sale in our community
U Mmply enormous. Thoso who have
been disappointed In other Ho-called
remedies, aro specially Invited to try
this. Bo sure to get the genuine Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Horebound. There aro Imitations fa the
market. Look out for thcru. Trial
die, 10 cents. Regular eizen. 30 cents
and one dollar.
SOLD BY BAKU AY 11KOS.
Very pleasant, and idwuy. t fTectlYels
Prof, rarkcr'a rieanr tt..ni Syrup,
andnoDhVHlcrequlr'-i. VK i". 2-1-lm
A Urntlo Hint.
In our style ot climate, with its eudden
changes ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine otien intermingle In a (ingle
day it is no wonder that our ehil ren,
Iriends and relatives arc 10 frequently
taken troio us by neglected colds, half the
deaths rttultiiiir directly from tuis cuums.
A bottle ot Boscbee'lGwiuan Syrup kept
abnot your home for immediate nee will
prevent serious slcknew, a large doctor
bill, aud perhaps death, by ihu lue
tbreu or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia
Severe Cotghs, Croup, or any disease ot
the Tlirnst or Lungs, Its success is simply
wonderful, as yourdruggUt will tell you
German Syrup is now sold In every town
and village on this continent, ftunplc
bottles for trial, 10c; regular size, 5e.
OvertakliiaT tbe Entirgim.
it Is not ad r isable 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 ca i regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. The remedy is
neither costly or difficult to obtain. IIos
tetter's Stomsch Bitters is prof untitle In
every cicy, town and settlement in
America, and tt compensates tor a drain
ofbotlily or mental energy more effec
tunlly than any Invigorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
atbietet, students, journalists, lawyers.
olargyoieo, physicians, all bear testimony
to It wondrously renovating powers,
it increases the capabilities for under
going fatigue, and counteracts the '.n-
jurious effects upon the system of ex
posure, sedentary habits, unhealthy or
wearying avocations, or an insalubrious
climate, and Is a prime alterative, di
uretic and blood depureut, 1-23 tf.
The edition of 1878 ot the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as Hostetter.t Alma
nac, Is now ready, and may be btalned
free of cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all parts ot the United
States and British America, and indeed
In every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice lor the prescr
vation and restoration ol health, a large
amount ot Interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
Items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be found entirely accurate, The
issue of llostcttcr's Almanno for 1873, In
the Englsjb, German, French, Welsh,
Nor wegicn, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
ana Huantsn languages, will in all nroba-
bllility be tbe largest edition of a medical
work ever publlbed In any country. Tho
proprietors, Messrs. Ilostctter A Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any pcison who cannot procure one In
Leracr tbn Lite t
Un receipt of $l.&0 1 will eend to any
address au Imported French Microscope
mat. will magnify over 600 times any
small object. A very useful and instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or tbe money refunded.
Its magnifying power Is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
in a drop ol water, and for examining
small objects, all manner ol Insects, the
texture oi ciotns, a, detecting foreign
matter In sugar, flour and other article
of diet, for detecting countecfielt money.
and a nunnred otner useful purposes, it
win uviuudu invHiuHoie.
An endless source of amusement for
me coming winter evenings. Seut by
SEAVIR A CO..
CI Park Place. N. Y.City.
Th Merry ly f UI4.
- In reading of tbe middle ages one Is
struck by the account given of feat of
strength, etc., of the life actors ot those
times. The suit ol armor worn, wonld
certainly Indicate tbe possession ot great
er physleial strength than Is developed
by men In these latter days. What
wrought the change! Men lived in the
merry days amor outsdoor life than this
advanced civilisation ot oars can afford.
There is greater consumption ol brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental and physical powur necessitates
the us of a pure vegetable, stimulant
tonlo, such a the Home Stomach Bits
-nS'iswe ce.. tt U-Uia,
f-fimn ' - i i awn iiai i was a
OUR MOTTO: " Tho Best
Corner 8th street and Commercial Av&
Day "Goods, Boots and Shoes; r
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Cofiees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams, Specialty in Butter,
f Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Mls?os' Boots,
This stock Is entirely Now and Fresh.
O.ir Mtoiik emhraoes everything needed In Mi City or Oounrry, in Groceries or Dry
Goods. Please give us a call, examino our goods and prices before you buy.
NATICB TO CO rit AtTOBS.
Orrica or City Clirk, 1
C.lro, Ills., Jan. 3, 1H78. j
Sealed nrooosals will be received at tbts
c(lic, directed to tot city council of Cairo,
Hanoi, until 3 o cioci Tuesday evsnlug,
February atn. A. V. 1378. lor tue construc
tion ol a oue span iron bridge, together
wittj me spproscDes or aoutments anu
loundation. ncrow Cache river, about one
and one tall miles from Mound City rail
road depot, tod four uillea north of the oity
of Cairo. Id the counties of Alexander and
Pulanki, state ot Illinois, aeeoroing to tuo
pun- una Kpecinosuons prccsrea ny i"un
P. Uolv. Efci..C. E., now on tile and tub- ,
'ct to DXaiumatton id tbis olHce.the peol-
noa hods or wnicn are a- ioiiows, tix : '
aaid bridge and treatie work o be made i
n p of eleuteen di) opt ninK ol elcbt en ( 11
feet Iroui centre to centre ol po In, and one
spon ol one bunjred (100) ieat atro-B tbe
The one hundred (100) feet ip.n to bo of I
Iron, audio proportioned thai a loa! ol ten
(1U) tons dint ibuted over twenty (tt)) lineal
tvet at me centre o me span, su.u not :
train tbe iron over twelve tuousand j
(12 000) pounds per square men tensile, or t
over neveu iuiiuwuu uv. nuuur.u u o""j
puoJ per equure lncb shearing strain
the ktraln in compression to be in ar,
les-t in tbe proportion to tbo ratio of
length to diameter, by uordou's formula.
Tne span ot kaid bridge to be one hun
dred (l'W) loft In the clear and tbe roadway
twelve (12) feet wide.
Tbe Door to be ot wntte oak plana two
ud Obp-hait (2)) inches tblck and not over
twelve (12) inches ide.
The floor beam to be of white oak and in
proportion to tbe balance of tbe one bun-die-(I'
0) feet spaa structure, and also to
be provided witb a suitable axle guard.
I be ab ve to rest upou iron columns pro
portioned to the structure to be supported,
tbe columns at eacb end ot the bent or iron
span to be placed on a mud bill 2Xli,twen
iy (W) icei long moructa aua lenoueo i a
auQioieut number ol waite oak piles, firm,
ly driven Into the river bank.
Tbe bents to 1 lormed ot lour costs 10X1
Inches square, the two inner parte to stand
perpendicular and the two outer paru to
ue i rawed and stand at a batter of one iu
eight. The cap and itll ol the bents to be
12X12 inn ouuare timber, tie caps to bo
twenty (2 ') leet lone, and tbe sills to pro
ject on each end two Icet past tbe outer
e.fge ot tue ou'stde potu. The post to be
mo tiued and tenoned Into tbe cap and sills.
and each tenon to be plotted with two
tbree-quarter (i) inch square iron plrs. and
each bent to be braced ty two diagonal
braces of 12XsJ inch plank, well fitud and
spiked on caps, posts and sills.
Tbe bents to rest or stand uyon four mud
sills 12X12 Inches and elitlit (8) feet long set
In the ground and placed on tbe alignment
of tbe work.
The carrtaee wav ot tho !trestlework to
be sixteen (1H) feet wide, tbe floor plank
io be tbiee (3i Inches and not over twelve
(12) inches wide, and to be well spiked on
to the stringers and floor beams.
l ae noor beam to be mideupasrollowe:
two (2) stringers of 8X12 incbu set on tbe
caps ana sixteen (tuj leet apart irom out
side to outside. Tbe spsce between said
stringers to be equally divided for seven
(7) beams of 8X13 inches each and each set
ol floor beams or spans to have three (.") sets
ot bor.-luifbon bridging ot .X4 Inch scanu
1 be stringers and floor beams to rert at
leant tix (6) inches on tbe caps.
i ne stringers to connect by hair Jo'ntt
and to be fastened to the eaos bv one inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen (18) inches
a rauiDg or banisters four (4) feet hlcb
to be constructed on each side of above dle
eribed trestlework. The posts to be 4X0
Inch dees and braced on the caps and fasten-
ea on to me sit ingers Of two (2) one-baii
inch baits. The parts to be six (6) leet
apart; the band rail 2X4 Inches, and an
axle guard of 2X12 inches, all well tastened
on to the posts.
All of the above timbers to be ot white
or burr oak of best qua llty, and
the work done In a thorough and work
manlike m inner, and under tbe supervision
of such ptrsou as the committee on street,
or we city souncu oi tne city oi Cairo may
The annroaches to above trestlework and
bridge to be of eatth and with a slope ol
not more than one fn ten and not la's than
sixteen (ItJ) leet wide on top, with a slope
io ue Dtse or one in two, beperate Did
win be received for Iron soao. Including
abutments and foundation, for ihe wooden
trestle portion of laid bridge, and for tbe
earthen approaches, or -for the entire
'be rk'hl to re I net anv or all bid, in r.
served, J. B. Phihis,
om. Ct'y Clerk.
SAFFORD, MORRIS, ... -
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, ep.stelrs.
the Oldcet IitablUkwl .gtney ia Soatkum
lUlaele, aaS nmtBtla( om
' tes ooo ooo
a-taijw ii,' ' T
R. SMYTH ic CO.,
Wboleisle aeSReuil De-en In
Foreign and Domeitio
WOES OF AIX UISDH.
. (No. 00, Ohio Leveo.
'f 'MTT? Cp-i ve eeeatody a
mi jl e eyel at iMsUm se the WW
Goods at tbo Lowest Price
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents1 Boots and Shoes
Special attention given to Country trade.
-rvrnT-mrN-KT a n a irnvrdT
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
too, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to eupply any quantity, by the
month or year, at unform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Otfleeon whnrt nost foot of Sixth stre't.
Oillce ot llaUklar Jlrotbent, opposite
Kxyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
.'! Dump, foot of I birtr-eigrjtt) street,
PnitOfflce drawer 3K
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OP .
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on band a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC.,
. At Wholesale, and Retail.
At th Old Delmonico Hotel,
5-im HJo. 68 Ohio Levee
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Eoad Banning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
2:M p.m. Past ixpreu, arriving in St.
bonis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
1:20 p.ra, CINCINNATI St LOUIS
VUiixK vA.aH ItUNtl
axrlvitigt a Cincinnati 8.80, a.m.; Louis
vllle, 8:i a.m.: IndUnapolis, 4.1li a.m.;
I'aseengen by this train arrive at above
Of aXT OTAXB BOVIS.
it0D. m. fast Hail wita neeoers atuoh.
ed, for ST. LOUU and CUIOAGO,
arriving In St. Louis at 6:30 a.m. Cbi
earo at 4.80 p.m. Cennectlng at Odin
or Effingham tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
ftosengers by tola line go through to
uie a. is wiuvui any aetay caused Dy
The 8&TUUUA1 AFTERNOON TRAIN
. ritUH AKKIVKS IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MOllNLNfi
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANT OTHEtt KoUTK.
Advsrusemenu of eompeUnr lines that
they ititi better tme.than this one, are
are Issued either through Ignorance r a
uwiire vu uiiiinu we puoiie.
or through ttckeu nod lafovmatlon,
tpply at lUlBots Central it, u. bepet, Cairo.
TaQre auitb At eaiao
'en " wn. ..-.liis a.m.
. JAS. Joaason,
" . Oen'l Souihern-Agt
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenuo and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Unseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colors SEady (or lis Bmi,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils. .
Tho Elgin Ko.osjna Can'
The Only Ported Can ia
tht World. Mido of Olsss
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best In Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
ft A a II Hill I
manuracturea dv witson ana
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 DeGinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lat week I bought a 10 eent package or Washine and done my w ssbing In one UK
tbe usual time at lei-s than ball ibe cost ot Boap. My cloihes were vbler. 1 did not
have to rub tbcm, and it dll not ehritik my woolons, and for once I was enabled to got a
bot dinner on Monday, bo ladles ti y it, and you w III gave labor, time and money, li I
perfectly safe to use It. MK9. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' Eexnn6ur8awSy!anoe
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, AU 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 FYpo to Ail
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparllla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods Pills,
Malaria Kinor. and all A (Til A rVTorltMnae
Quinine, Smith's Tonio.
cursing Bottles, Gum
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
a-J ,Paer BagS tapping Paper and Twine
WOoioliuS, 0n0e dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported Bay Bum, Spiendia-Canada Tar
NOalta- Knnllah nnA k
ar -.---- American Hoapn Fine ini
ported Uandkerchlef Extract la orlgl-
nal Dottles or In Broken Qnantl
ties an wanted at low price. ,
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical test by tho U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
Buy WASHIWE AT BARCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Nipples and Rubber Clotb
At Barolayo' Drurj Sioro.