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son u- Hall, eoraw ConimerclAl aTenur
tanr Kuchlh etrwt. on In aanond and
Mirtt lAontay of men month.
Kewaettnr Sal late) Aamlaiatrattloa af
tkatlavaraiBBanil Kadaetlaa of the
Amt-TIM rente I'aart -Te
Pacta KallraM The Mliaieaippl
Klver Blaad'a Bill-(Veils nod tbe
I Special CorrMpoadcae el the RulUtin.
Wasbxnoton, D. C Feb. 3. '78.
The most cheering Indication on the
isce of public affaire berf U the decided
tendency ol the Democrats In congress to
aund together la struggle tor economy
and retrenchment. Until quite lately It
has Merned. almost certain there would
be lack of harmony on these subjects
and thai the Republican leaders, with an
experience in leadership of nearly a score
of years, and used to the excesses and
corruptions of war times and the unset
tled period immediately following the
war, would suoceed in keeping ttio eov
crnmontln the did road to bankruptcy.
But there Is a good hope of better thin.
Expenses will be reduced In all branches
ot the government. The army will be
reduced In numbers, and the excessive
expenditures lor the force decided upon,
will be cut. oil. Tlii navy, which has
cost since the war a filth as inuoh as the
whole amount of our public debt, will
become lar less expensive. Ouriulations
with lore gn countries will be made to
cost lens. Tbe revenues will be Collected
for ks motn-y. In short, unless then;
should be an unexpected lape Irom
virtue on tbe part of Democrat, the cost
ot carrying on the government will be
very materially reduced. It is titan, lor
tbe general government Is not only ex
haustlng the people by burdensome taxes,
but Is setting a tearful example of ex
travagance to states, cities and In.
A NEAT JUK
wu killed by tbe supreme court lately
Under tbe law the salaries of certain
grades of postmasters are fixed upon the
basis of the business at (heir pflloes in a
given preceding, period. The wording
of the law was such that various post
masters thought they could get Increased
pay under It for time prior to the date
when the readjustments were ollicially
made. Test cmes were tried in the court
of claims, and on appeal, In the supreme
court, and this latter court decides
against tbe application.
This court also decided tie other day
that the sale by tbe Confederate govern-.
nent of certain stocks confiscated by It
' In Charleston, 3. C. clIJ not take away
the title of the owners or give title to the
TBI FACiriO RAILROAD ,
men are now here In torce. All the roads
from Duluth" to tbe Gulf ot Mexico are
represented. The chief interest, ol course
Is In the rival southern roads. The ant i
subsidy resolution pasted by tbe bouee a
lew days since Is not considered a danger-
oos blow to any road that asks govern
stent aid. The resolution does not pro
hlbit assistance to works ot
and every man Interested In a Pacific
railroad lee Is that his particular road Is
excepted from tbe prohibition. A levee
system for tbe .
and soma of its tributaries is, however,
not to be elassed with the railroad
schemes, and government aid to It would
meet comparatively little objection.
Capt. Eads has been paid, with li tie
grumbling from any quarter, a liberal
sum for bis jetties at tbe mouth of tbe
great river, and will yet recelvvmuch
morev-'it is Jdle to make a distinction
between payment of money for this pur
: pose and payment for the construction
BndpreeerTatlonoiJevees. . .
It la very generally conceded now that
rat SILYXI BILL
of Mr. Beard will In some shape pigs the
oven over a veto 1
confess I annot yet n out ,
(tints .majority In tin senate, but the
ir rnwusoi tne mil. una no aimeuny in
WA tag MMIDINT.
If rumor is correct, tbe "boss" or the
Loalaiau Morning so, Weiu on
.? Iwr. ! consult lb president ot
Ws creation as to probable means n.r
CmiIm i Mua. a tie other
anben of tbe board remain at New
OrleaM to stand trial. 1 ho coming In
terview betwn Wells and Hayes should
M macM ue saojjet of a great painting
11 'J ' I tltsi Iff BISTOBT,
whether or not the artist f this gener
aM pots It on canvass. The local rob-
er, Buds indictment at borne tor crime,
ooaas Mm u man benefited and made
powerful by that crime, to ask for pro.
taction, The great man has no power
M gran "i bis own position would be
i taneriiad if he should tlUaapt It. There
as Mt sw uuff tor wells to do. - Ho
wgw hminh i&o penitentiary.
Jm iJ to m example for all timet to
vnotvumm rascais ana teaches them
is so; Baan cm receiver secure in
tttal4ar tmCl thr. too. ara secured
pK-'iffseat lor the tketc
fiTILL TJKOBBTAIN ' I
Austria Objsrta tbe natalaa Fre
f rniaia , aad rail for a tafr
eaua af the tireat fawera Uraeral
t'aeaelneaa rrctalla all Enrol.
Special Talnxram to the BeenMlrae
AmRU CALLS VOM AST IN1TPNAT10M1L
LoxfiON, Feb. 4 a. ii. Auutria bas
issued loviUlloni to other great powers
to hold a conference In Vienna. Armis
tlce and penile preliminaries haying been
signed it is desirable to make a definite
aud lasting settlwmcnt ot the eastern
questiito as soon as powible. There
seems to be
to holding a conference, which may be
regarded si a continuation ot thote held
In London and Constantinople. But
Rusela objects to Vienna a the place of
sitting. It would seetu that the close of
hostilities between KuBsia and Turkey
ought to ensure the keeping ot peace by
oiler powers, but there is a most
VNKAiY FKKLINQ KVEBYWHKRK,
particularly In Austria. The British
ministry persists In demanding a vote ol
extra supplies, although a compromise
wu offered by Mr, Gladstone last night.
Russia seems to think that further pre
cautions ought to be taken and bas
ordered the mobollzation of 44,000 men
ol tbe new levy. The cjur, In a speech
to tho Viborg regiment on Sunday, men
tioned the necessity of
ilOLOINO THEMSELVES rREPAKED
until lie obtained a durable petite,
worthy ot Russia. It Is understood that
tho ulterior negotiations and indemnity
mentioned in the preliminaries of peace,
reler to the crossing ot the dardanellus
by wur ships of all nations, as before,
and the transfer of the Turkish fleet to
Russia, lur greater advantages than free
to nil nations. While the general pros
pects of peace are much Improved, (here
is xuch a lee: lug ot distrust and jealoucy
among European nations as nmkes the
situation a critlc.il one, and the posMt'ili
tis of dangerous complications are not
Tiiu bill prcpated by ih3 committee of
the St. Paul convention to memorialize
congress for an appropriation lur tho
Improvement ot the Misfciiippl river,
was iulrodused In the house by Mr.
Kuupp, ot Illinois, on Monday. The bill
first appropriates $617,000, the estimate
ol tlie government engineers, tor a chan
nel of live teet Irom Sc. Paul to the head
ol the Des Moines canal. That Is to be
expended In' making dykes and cutting
off sloughs so as not to Interfere with
the sloughs at hitrh water. Tho name
principle Is carried In the bill down
to Cairo, trom the toot ot the canal
to the Illinois river, $3S3,000; to
extend the depth of the water by tbe
same character of construction trom the
mouth of the Illinois to Cairo, $600,000 ;
for a like construction to give a channel
depth at low water, ot 8 feet from Cairo
to New Orleans. $500,000. The bill pro
vldes that all of this work be referred to
the engineer department, with Instruc
tions to begiu all work at points where
the obstruction Is the greatest. Alter all
the troubM In trr'nt to arrange for a
committee lor this bill It was reierrod to
the commerce committee. In this com
mlttee It Is said to have f rlends, and Mr.
Knapp, who introduced the bill, says he
can do more for it in tbe commerce than
lu any other committee.
A SpRiNoriELD special says the forth
coming report of the state board ot ag
riculture gives tbe number of hogs lost
by dUease in the state In 1877 as '358 814,
or about 12 per cent, of the total numiier
returned lor taxation that year. The
value ol tbe hogs so lost Is given as
$1,683,415. Tbe total value of the prin
cipal crops ot the state tor 1877 is thus
set forth in the tamo report : Corn, $77,
663.899; hogs, $21,971,309; winter
wheat, $34.900.824 ; spring wheat, $3,
041,258 ; oats, $10,269.047 ; pasture, $14..
764,112 ; trult, $3,689,672 ; Total; $172,.
J. Madison Wells still lingers in jail
at New Orleans, having tailed to give
Lost tlmo Is forever lost. . Absence
Irom school is often caused by a cough,
cold or boitseness, and can easily be
prevented by giving Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup to the children. Price 26 cents.
We request all mothers to stop using
laudanum fur their babies, but use Dr,
Bull's Baby Syrup, a good medicine. It
contains nothing Injurious. 25 cents.
A Gentle Hint.
In our style ol climate, with Its sudden
Jhanges ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine often intermingle in a single
1 day It is no wonder that our chil ren.
irlends and relatives are so tre
Wken trom us by neglected colds, half the
"""'"Mulls, directly trom this cause.
Bw'-OwsaM Syrup kept
about your lK,meior ,mnM)dlllte Je J(u
prevent senoa. .icki.v.. , d , ,
bill, and perhaps deaUifb, 0
three or four doses. Tor curing
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
tne 1 hroat or Lung,, its suwU. Is ilmnlv
wenderlul, as yourdrugt J?
Oermat, syrup,, now aold in every town
nd village on this cnn,in.n .
bottle for trial, 10c.; regular size, 75e.
Taa Herry Dave arjoid.
In reading of the middl
---v.. me aecounts given ot tests ol
atMtnl Um a. " vim I4
ZZL oou'uo, uaor wo". wouw
--.u,, JUU.caie tne possession ot great
a,'rniifl, tt.. . ""J". OSl
mLrr Mfn "'n the
merry days a more out. .7
adn,t un mis
TheraT. . . . "onurs can afford.
There is a greater eonsumntlon i h..,.
matter, and u,at incre. a. . '"
mental .d physical now- Z,".
Hare tew Trle!I.
Wc relet to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Uorchound, for coughs,
folds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup,
whooping cough, aatbinii, bronchitis,
aud All diseases of tbo lungs and throat.
I'robably no similar preparation ever be
fore so quickly found its way Into public
favor as this, Its sale in our community
1b simply enormous. Those who have
been disappointed iii other socallcd
nmcd'es, are specially invited to try
tins. 11a sure to get the genuine Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tur, Wild Cherry and
Ilorehound. There are ImlffiMons in the
market. lxok out for r:-.i, Tr'ul
Ue. 10 cents. Regular t !.!. 60 cents
and one dollar.
SOLD BY BAIfULAV BROS.
Very pleasant, and always effective is
Trot. Parker's Plesssut Worm Syrup,
and no physic required. Ask us. 2-11 m
Overtnsklntr tb Enr-lea.
It Is not advisable for any of us to over
task our energies, corporeal or mental,
but In the eager pursuit ot wealth or
fame or knowledge, how many transgress
this salutary rule, It must bo a matter
ol great importance to all who do so to
know how they cai regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. Thu remedy Is
neither costly or difficult to obtain. Hon
tetter's Stomsch Bitters is procurable in
every city, town and settlement in
America, and it compensates lor a drain
of bodily or mental enemy more effec
tually than any Invigorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. I.al-orlng men,
athlete students, journalists, lawyers,
clergyman, physicians, all hear testimony
to Us wondroiiBiy renovating powers.
It Increases the capabilities fr under
going fatigue, and counteracts the '.n
jurlous effeuts upon the system of ex
posure. sedentary habits, unhealthy or
wearying avociitions, or an Insalubrious
cliniule, iiml is a primu alterative, dl
uretlc and blood depurent, 1-2.1 tf.
IloHtr ttr'K SliiiKnar,
Theedit oii of 1878 ol Hie sterling Medi
cal Annual, known us Hosteller Alma
nac. Is now ready, and may lm tuinwl
free of cost, ol druggUts and genera
country dealers in all parts ot the l.'nlted
States and British America, and indeed
in evert' civilized portion of the Western
ileiuUphere. it combines, with the
soundest practical advico lor the prcser
vatlon and restoration ol health, a large
amount of interesting an .1 amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
lieuis,eti, are prepared with great care,
and will be found entirely accurate, The
issue of ilostetter's Almanac for IN7K, In
tho English, German. French, Welsh,
Norwegien, Swedish, Holland, liolicmhm
and Spanish languages, will in all proba'
bllilliy Ih the largest edition of n uiedical
work ever uubllhed it, any country. The
proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter it Smith.
Pittsburg. Pa., oi receipt ot a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mail to
any pel son who cannot procure one in
I.Hrer linn Life I
On receipt of $1.60 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will iniignlly over 600 times any
small obj-ct. A very n-etul and instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a ueat case, warranted as recom
mended i tbe money refunded.
lis magniiying power is so great that
living objects can bo roadlly discovered
in a drop ol water, and for examining
small objects, all manner ot Insects, the
texture ol cloths, &c, detecting foreign
matter in sugar. Hour and other articles
ot diet, tor detecting counterfieit money
anu a numirea otner usetut purposes,
will be found Invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
man on receipt oi t ice.
- SKAVEIt & CO.,
61 Park Place. N. Y. City,
Jsn lU rl&w-Sm
JODN G. WHITTIER.
A superb life-Mze portrait of this beloved and
honored ioei, will be Kent pont-p ii'l, to any tub
tcribtrto the Atlautie Monthly (or 18TS,for f 1.U0.
For November nt December, 1877, aud all of
ins loiuutn moatm ieut t any aadreii fur
AAdnss H. O. Houghton A C., Itiveraide
run, bamoriage, juaaaucaiuttis.
THE ATLANTIC FOB 1878
Serial Storiet by VV. II. lllihop, Henry Jamet,
4 r., a n , u. itowcua.
Short Stories by T. B. Aldrlch, Rot Terry
OooLe, Ccriataiee P. Wooljon, J. W. I
t on si, ana omrr writers.
Skelchea and eaTS by Maik Twain and Charln
pr.rlitlnni or Foreign Lift and Travel by W.
W. Mory.T. B. Alurh, and C K. Notion,
Maillii irom French. Cermaa and tngllfh
Bonkt byHenry James, Jr., W. 1. Ilowelli,
Poeiu ny Wblttier, Longfellow and HolrAN.
Tb Contributors' Uob, unlversa'ly popular .
Term ef the Atlantic Unci number. 85
cent. Vwrly ubMripilin, St no, uotuge free ;
with ll'e-titc portrait of Whillier, II yant or
With all lure portraits, SJ.IK'.
Spaelal OtTer, i o rtuTtmber and Decai
bcr number ol the Atlantic, eoniaiuiff puanli
uy wniuer nnu bnniciiow, anu tne ooiullicnce
mentor Mr. Ul.hon' new .arial a orv l.i.
muld," will be niaiied free to all New lubscri-
Otiiitotn AtmnucMoniniy lorisit.
RtmiiL.M k. .kn'j v,. .... k. , ..
'a' rtk oi New Vork or boor,. or r..!.,
T.-V.?h"- 9: Hlon A Co, KiTer.ide
H. o. Huahtoa aid mrny,Bonon.
Hurd atd hougbton, New Vo ik
Vital weiknesi or deDresslon! a ,v
exhausted feeling, no enrgy or courage;
rcnmi oi menial over-work, Indis
cretions or exoessas, or some drain on the
system, Is always cured by Humphrey's
Uomeopathlo 8peellio No. S8. It tones
up and Invigorates the system, imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates tho entire man. Been used
twouir years wito Dertect mmiu n
.i . -
uiousanas. oia hy dealers. Pri n
per single vial, orfft par package of Ave
rials and S vial ot powder. Sent by
maU on 'receipt of nrice. ArMri
Uumphrey's Uoaopatbla , Medicine
Cwsptnj, 100 Fulton itnet M. T.
OUR MOTTO: M The Best'
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave-,
SJ- XH3 E & EE XlCll
Dry Goods j Boots and Shoes,
ClothingHats and Caps, Ooflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings. Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line ot Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Ojr Stock embraces everything! needed In the City or Country. In Groceries or Dry
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our goods and prices before you buy.
notice to com trat tobh,
Ofsice of city Clxrk, 1
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 8, 1878. J
Scaled proposals will bs received at this
rtllce, directed to tbe city council of Cairo,
Illinois, until o o mock Tuesday evening,
February 6th, A. D. 1378, tori he construc
tion ol a tn span iron bridge, tgetber
with '.ha spproaces or abutment anu
louudation, across Caehe riyer, atiout one
and one. 'ail mile trom Mound City rail
road oepot, and four miles north of tbe eity
or Cairo, id me countu or Alexander and
l'ulakl, atate ol Illinois, according to inn
plans uiul apeuid.'Biiuns preparea ny J tin
P. Italy, nq., tj. U., uow on tile and sub
ject to.examinatinn in tbls ciffice, tbe rpeci-
UiiHtions ui wdicd are a i ii,ow, viz :
Said bililK'e and ireatle woik o ie made
up of eiKbie.-n tlJ op.niugitot eight eu(iij)
le' t iroiu cvntre to ic,iir ot po is, ud on a
pan ot one uun ireu ilw) leet a ros Uie
liver b. d.
Tub out hundred ( .00) teet up -n t be of
rou, aud proportioned thsla loa l ot ten
(lu) toon diet ibuted over twenty (id) lineal
ieelattbe centre o' the span, eh.ul bot
atruln the iron (ver twelve tiiomand
(12 Oiiu) puuitos persquure inch tensile, r
oM r evru tbi'U-auU tive hundred (7 6mj
p.iiiodh per tiquaro inub elienriog strain
the strain in compies iun to be in at,
lea t in the proportion to lh ntio of
length to diameter, by uordou's fur inula.
Tlie span ot aid bridge to be one nun
died (too) leet in the clear and tbe roadway
twelve (li) feet wide.
Tbe floor to be ol white oak plank two
and oue-hatl (2J) inubes thick ana not over
twelve (12) inches wide.
Tiin floor beams to be oi wblte oak and to
propouioii to the balanov of the one bun
Oieu (H O) (eet i n structure, and also to
be provhled wllb a suitable axle guard.
I'be ab ve to rent upon Iron uoiumiia pro
ptrtioijeU to tho xtruoiure to be suppnrusd,
the columns at each end ot the bent or inm
pun to be plaoeOou a uiudslil 'iX12, twen.
ly CM) teet lout; morticed atd U-iioneii to a
Kiitlloieiit number of wblte oaK plies, Hum
ly driven into the river tank.
Tbe benta tobn lormedollourpostsloXl 1
Inches Miuure. the two inner parts to stand
perpendicular and the two outer pnrtr to
Dts i rained and stnud at a batter of one in
ek'lit. The eap and sill ol the bents to be
I'JX 12 inci square tlmter, tie caps to be
twenty (2 1) teet long, and tbe Hills to pro
ject en cucU tud two lett pl tbe outer
e. ge of tne ou side po.-ts. The posts to be
uio ticed and tenoned into the vaps anil !I!h,
and eaoti tenon to he pluued with two
three-quarter (1) Inch squire iron pics, and
each neut t be braced y two diaunal
braces ol 12Xii inch plank, well tilted and
spiked on caps, pout aud sills. -
Tbe bents to rest or stand upon four mud
sills 12X12 laches and eight (8) feet long set
in the ground and placed on tbe alignment
of tbe work.
The carriage way ot the Jtrestlework to
be sixteen (1U) feet wide, tbe Moor plank
o be tbiee W) Inches and not over twelve
(!:') Inches wide, and to be well spiked on
to tne stringers ana noor oeams.
The floor beam" to b mude up as follow
two (2) stringers of 8X12 Inches set on the
caps and sixteen (16) leet apart from out
side to outside. The space between said
stringers to be equally divided for seven
(7) beams of 8X 12 Inches each and each set
ot floor beams orspans to have tnree t::i Met
ot herilngbone bridging ot '2X4 inch scant
Hog. Tbe stringer and floor beams to rest st
least Mx () inches on ibe cans.
The stringers to connect by half Jo nts
and to be fattened to tbe caps by one Inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen (18) Inches
A railing or ballasters four (4) feet high
to be constructed on each side ol above ins
cribed trectlework. 1 be ost to be 4X8
inch dees and braced on the caps and fasten
edontotbest'ingersby two (2) one-half
Inch buit. Tbe part to be six (8) leet
apiri; the band rail 2X4 inches, and an
axle guard of 2X2 inches, all well lattened
on to tne posts.
All ot the above timbers to be or wblte
or burr oak of best quality, and
tne work aone In a thorough and work
manlike m inner, and under tbe supervision
or sunb pt-raou as tbe committee on street
or the city sounull ot tbe city ot Cairo mav
The approaches to above trestlework and
bridge to he of eaith and with a slope, ol
not more than one in ten and not le-s than
sixteen (16) teet wide on top, with a elope
to the bise of one In two, Sepente bids
will be received for Iron span, including
nmumenis an lounaauon, tor me wooden
tieatle portion ot naid, bridge, tod for the
earthen approaches, or It the entire
" he right to reject any or all bids, Is re
aervea, ... J IS. I'HILLIS,
did. Cl'y Clerk.
GtaaraJ - i
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Cliy Ntlonl Bank Building, up.stalrs.
in U1UMI HUUlsh.d Irenn in AnmV.r.
iiiinoi,and rrmlBg ovr
tes nno noo . r .
R. SMYTH & CO., ;
"' , j hol.isl and Rstsll DmUt In ' "
Foreign and Domestio
LIQ HOE S
wiifE of ALirnnrDH.
ai ' i riih
S IJ i .1
mo. ou unio Levee.
M?.,; "Ith col iK. isuaiir .
Goods at tho Lowest Price
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
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 ui form rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlceoa whin boat loot of Sixth street.
Oilico oi Uulllilay brother, opposite St.
Kgyptian Mills, Twentieth itrrrt.
Untl Dump f'Kit ol' I'hirtr-eirfUth stroel, or
MISCKLXANE01M ADTEHTI'E WENTS
Saloon and Restaurant.
TI1B BEST OF .
WINES, LIQUORS, ANO CIGARS
Constantly on hand,
on band a '
Also has constantly
Large Supply of
rtP ATTftP? ATiTJITfC;
VftAJN ULi, AFX Lad, Hi i y.,
as waoiesaa ana Htu.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
5 im No. G8 Ohio I.evee
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
The only Road Hunnlng Two
"oaijt i. isiug irom vxiiro,
Trains Zave Cairo
1:20 p.m. Fast fcxpreu, arriving la St.
bom b:uu p. m.; COIcago, 7:80, a.m.
1:20 p.m. CINCINNATI ft LOUIS-
. . ViiiiiJU Ji'AST LINE
irrlvinift n t'loeionatl 8:W.
rive at above
ville, H:i s m.; IndltnapolU
l'aaaengon by tula tralo arrive
Or AHT OTfiZB ROUTE.
il0"p. m. Kat Mail witQ ileepers' attach
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or lunngnam tor
FAST TIME EAST
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For throuch tlekata rl ininM.Mi.
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SIGN OP 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-ill Ccta-Edj for tb Brosl,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil, : "
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia K.9i03;n9 Can
Tho Only Porleot Can la
th World. Mid 3 of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
. SHIPPING CANS
Tho best in Uso. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evedcn. We sell at their prices
Agency and DePot for
cines. Also lor Wakefield's, Martin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. Wo control tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeGinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
"LR1t.7eekI1loP't'0cDtpafkape(if Wanhmeand done my waul
the U6Ual ' than tiail tbe coit ol 6oap. My clmhes wsr whl
nave to rub them, and It dl I cot hrluk ray woolnm, and for onre I was c
bot tinner on ilundav.
Bo ladles tiy It,
perfecily safe to uie It.
6 and 10 cent Facksges.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' lflite b"8raDce
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Tabla TTfl..Vorw nvmor.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Ttiisspq ah Rfioo
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blftolrino- Rfnvra nioVn
y cPPeras'Bluo Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax FlOWfir allfl Aiieto TVr4-ii
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almnnnoa Evan a ii
The Best Extract of Buchu.
The Best Sarganarlila onrl RIAJ D...tn.
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods'
, Quinine, Smith's Tonio
Nipples and Rubber Clottr
Writing Pair ?d Counter Brushes
writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bacs. Wrnrmino- vn j m..
" JT-f. i S?,a Amer,cn Soaps- Fine Im.
P Ji ?HhM Exactin orlffi.
nl Bottle, or in Broken Unantl
, "elan wanted at low price.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 8. 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
Ayers' and Jasmes Medi
lling In one ba':
i er. I did uoi
and ygu will i.ve labor, time aiid u.onev. It I,
Buy WASHTNE AT B ABCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
md aU AQ Medicines
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At Borolajro' Drag Bimo.