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. t- v.u Commanatal ataou, w aoor
f Uihrtme ,al.m.
Kmlrtta of Prtblaa. Btarta rerr rn-
Jd.T nlM U half-part mtb, m Odd
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CAIRO LODOK. K0.237.A.F. A A. M.
Hold rwalar oommunioanona m
oai Hall, corner Commercial a warn,
end KUrhm mtmC. on tha saoond and
Mondar M aok moon .
A mi In New York on sunaay miiu
- I ft.
destroyed one million dollars worth of
t m A. D. Wiuuxks, present clerk ol
j tbeiaprerae court, Boutbcrn jrrand dl-
j, timc n, at mi. ornon, is a chuiu
1 ree ection. "
4 M ts. JexKft, ot Louisiana, who went to
f Washington to work for Packard for col
lector of the port of New Orleans, having
teen1 snubtx a by Secretary Sherman, has
'H got DJad and says she hoWs documents in
i rvluHnn tn Louisiana Sflalrfl. which if
I luado publle.will no be creditable to, Mr.
h Khsiltnan. Kirn hu already thrown out
r sorao strong- hints, and Sherman Is un
The business done by the Illinois (An
tral railroad during the month of Jan-
X uary, U thus stated by the St. Louts
Jtepiibliean: "During the month 828.18
acres of land were sold lor $5,4J9 00.
The cash collected on land contracts was
I $ 8,6 3.47. The traffic oh the mam line In
Illinois (707 miles) was $444,771, against
; $307,401 In January, 1S77, an increase ol
i $77j350,t)r 21.1 per cent. There was also
an increase on the Iowa dlv.slon of $35,
I lC7,maklnj the gain on the entire line
for jtbe month $112,517. In addition to
the above the Springfield division earned
In January (as estimated) $19,507."
; j Silver ia Europe.
3 Tbe New York Graphic refers to the
constant reiteration ot false statements
I by the seuators who have urged ajjalnst
; the silver bill, by Professor Sumner and
j others on that side, concerning the use
i ot sliver In the countries of Europe. The
I tiraphic says "instead of taking up and
V correcting their errors point by point,
f we frill condense some facts which they
ought to commit to memory."
5 1, Great Britain, a mono metallic coun
i try has lost $26,000,000 ol her gold dur-
lug hu lastear,
i t. France, which keeps gold and silver
on equal terms, nas increaseu tier goiu
i stock $79,000,000 duriug the last year.
3. On January 10, 1878, there was
j' $309,100,000, coin and bullion, in tho
I bank ol Fraaoe $11,200,000 more than
i the aggregate contained in the national
banks of .England. Germany, Austria,
i Belgium and the Netherlands.
" Silver Is not "entirely demonetized"
by England or uermany, or eitner 01
i tiietn ; lor Great Britain lloaU not less
'tnan $30,000,000 ot silver legal tender, to
i day, and Germany has more than $100,
v 000,000 in silver legal tender, and neither
of tbem can get rid ot it however much
they try. Silver sticks to the fingers of
"the people like tar.
j 6." The flvefrano piece Is not very
scarce in France. Ernest Seyd, whose
' testimony gold men will not hesitate to
hake at par, estimated In 1870 that there
were not lewer than $350,000,000 In five
tranc pieces In France, No less than
i twenty tonr twenty-fttths of all the silver
fin France is in tlve-franc pieces.
' . Sliver Is a full legal tender In France
'.to any amount, and Mr. Lamar can get
ten million gold dollars at tne Dank ol
France by oflerlng for them ten million
ot these five-franc pieces, which are worth
three cents less than the old American
f"dollar of the daddies." which gold
monopolists tell us Is worth only 92 cents.
The Silver BilL
; The silver bill passed the senate on
. Saturday ,February 16th, by more than a
twothlrds vote being torty-eight yea
i to twenty-one nays. . The tallowing ia
the tall text ol the bill as it passed the
Bo it enacted by the senate and house
01 representatives of the United States
or America, in conitress assemoiea. mat
'tUereetiHll be coined at the several minu
ji Uw United Statu silver dollars ol the
irslgbt ot 4lli grains troy of standard
j tllver, u provided in the act ot January,
; 1837, on which shall be Uie devices and
lubscrlDtioiis provided by said act.
which coins, together with all silver doN
ura berecoiore coined by the United
i states ot like weight aud tiiieuess, shall
, ' m a legal tender at their nominal
ralito for all debts and dues, public
tnd private, except wnere otiierwiHe ex
imaedand stipulated in the contract.
. mq the secretary ol the treasury is au-
' homed and directed to purchase from
' line to time sliver bullion at the tnarkft
trice thcreoi, not less than $2.000.0)
. fortn per month, nor more than S4.C00.-
t; 60 worth per mouth, and cause the same
b be oolneU montmy as last ss so pur
haaed Into such dollars; and a sum tutu
Jent to carry out the foregoing provision
1 this act is hereby appropriated out ol
nv money In the treasury not otherwise
rpropriated, and any gain or seignio
lie arUlcf from this coinage shall be
-counted for ana paia into the treasurv
i provided under existing laws relative
toe subsidiary coinage; provided that
9 amount of money at any one time in
ed In such silver bullion, exclusive ol
h resulting ooln, shall not exceed f 5..
CCO; and provided, further, that bo
Tin this act shall be construed to
.orize the payment in sliver of eertlfl-
i cf deDOttt Issued under the nrovl
scfseotsoa 764 of the revised statutes.
S. 2. All acts and parts of acts incon
-t with the proylalons of this act are
..rVnat Immediately after the
votttU act tbe president shall
vrvernmtoU ot tbe countries
-X tbe Latin union, so-called,
I other European nations as
Cxxa tirvWabla, to Join the
i to eoBtereoce to adopt a
l ttww gold and silver
el cstabUshinr inter'
ef 'Mmetalllo money
i y cf relative value be-
.h Lwpe. or In the
i t-j within aix
by executive of governments Joining in
tbe same. Wbenevertue governments so
Invited, or any three of tbem, shall have
slgnltled tbelr willingness to unite In the
same, tbe president shall, by and with
the advice and consent of the senste, S
point three commissioners, who shall au
tend cuch conlerence on behalf o the
United States, and shall report tbe do
Ings thereof to tbe president, who shsll
transmit tbe same to -congress. Said
commissioners shall each receive the sum
of two thousand five hundred dollars
and tbelr reasonable expenses, to be ap
proved by the secretary of state ; and
the amount necessary to rJ ucn com
pensatlon and expenses is hereby ap
propriated out ot any money In the
treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Sbc. 4. That any holder of the coin
authorized by this act rosy deposit the
same with the treasurer or any assistant
trpimirer of the Unit! States In sums
not less thsn ten dollars, and receive
thnfnr certificates of not less than ten
dollars each corresponding with deno
minations of United States notes, i ne
coin deposited for or representing the
certificates shall be retained in the trea
sury lor payment of the same on demand.
Said certificate shall be receivable for cus
toms, tsxes and all public dues and when
so received may be reissued.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Diminished Bevennea und Why P
lllieitl Hotea Opposition to P"
alonlnc Slexlcan Vsr Voterons
nenator Jonas' Ri Speech In
rnvor of Be moDlUBloa-Reforai
Vf nrthy Much "Hrtormrw" Mur
phy mid tbo t. m.C. A. AMlBflh
FALLING OPr IX BEVKNUKS.
Wishixotox, D. C, Feb. 16. 1878.
Asldc Irora politics Ihd only event ol lu
terest in the house vesterday was the
receipt ot a communication from Secre
tary Sherman, showing a falling oR in
the revenue. This seemed to surprise
representatives of the peonle who have
forgotten that the country Is somewhat
in the condition ot a squeezed lemon
Trade being dead, and labor unremunera
live, from what source shall money come
Into the treasury. But obviously the
true thing to do when the receipts fall
off is to reduce the expenses. If, as
Sherman says, he has failed to receire all
the money be needs, let congress see
that he needs less.
Ol political subjects there were enough
up. The debate of tho day betore, on the
Louisiana muddla and the electoral cum
mission was not permitted to be continu
ed, except that Mr. Gibson, ol La , bad a
chance to say a word. Hale, of Maine,
who goes wild now that his preceptor
and guide, Blaine, does not preside over
the house, tried hard to say something.
but was not allowed.
Powers, ol Maine, the youngest and
ablest of that state's delegation In the
bouse, and now In his third year of con
grcsional life.mude all the points possible
against the bill to pension Mexican sol
diurs. He made a practical question of
it, and that was the woret blow tbe pro
ject could receive. The misfortune of
Powers is that ho must do something to
ensure bis re-election, and knowing that
more of the Mexican pension money
would go to tbe south than to the north
he persuaded blmsell that an attack on
the bill would help him among bis con
stltuents. lie should know that the day
when sectional ideas could give a man
desirable popularity have passed away.
But the men be followi will not consent
to reward tbe soldiers of any war but
tho last one. They will never help to
honor tbe soldiers of a war In which men
of every section iought side by side.
SILVER BILL IN TBE SENATE.
In the senate a vote was bad on tbe
proposition to close debate to-day on tbe
silver bill. Before adjournment to-night
the bill will have passed the. senate.
There is still doubt as to the number of
its friends, and as to Its exact shape
when It leaves the senate. The speech of
Senator Jones yesterday was excellent.
He said everything that could be said In
favor of remonetizatlon, and said It well.
It is no reproach to the senator to say
that the speech was not bis speech, but
the work ot an army of helpers whom he
had engaged In its preparation.
HAYES AS A REFORMER.
Mr. Hayes said yesterday, referring to
bis Intended special messaga to congress,
that alter subjects besides civil service re
form would probably be touched upon.
His Iriends have long understood that he
wUhed to recommend to congress tbo
passage ot a general amnesty bill, and it
is perhaps that to which be relerred. He
has, by the withdrawal of troops from
the south, given himself a right to recom
mend such a measure, and it would come
with grace lrom htm, but with what lace
he can Instruct congress as to reform In a
civil service which he has himself done so
much to degrade by unfit selections lor
olflce, is not plain. As the latest Indica
tion of bis desire for reform It is said he
Intends to retain in tho custom bouse at
New Orleans the man Andersonjust con
victed ot forgery In connection with the
events which gave Hayes his place,
ONLY UELriXa 1NGERSOLL.
'Bob" Ingersoll, who has been lectur
ing hero ou the follies of Curlstalu pcos
pie, has been greatly assisted by the
Young Men's Christian Association and
Mr. Francis Murphy who are engaged in
a scandalous quarrel over tbe money
made out of the late temperance revival.
The peculiar distinction of Mr. Murphy
ss a temperance reformer is that he re
lies entirely upon help lrom tho Lord in
his work. Yet a set of lobbyists quar
rellng over the profits ot purchasing
congressional votes could not ssy worse
thlim ot each other than Murphy says
of the association aud the association
says of Murphy. And it is all about a
few hundred dollars. Ingersoll can leash
these men charity for each other. Ol the
value of tbe work ot Murphy here, It Is
too early to give an Intelligent opinion,
not many have signed the pledge, both
among hard drinkers and light drinkers.
Suflerin will exhibit 1U presence by
tbe cries ol tbe baby, and should be re
moved by the prompt use of that highly
recommended remedy, D. Bull's Baby
Syrup. It Is iW from Opium, fries
. BLOWCfa OVEB.
The Congress of all tk ereal Powers
-The United Sftotcs-A Peaceable
ISpcUl by Cabls to the 81. Louli Republican.
TBI COMING INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS.
London, February, 18. As tele
graphed yesterday, tbe meeting of a con
gress of all the great powers at Baden
Baden has been agreed to, and Prince
Gortschakoff will preside. .Russia has
even suggested that tbe United States,
as one ot the great maritime powers,
should be represented and
ENGLAND AND RUS8IA '
have acquiesced. The withdrawal of the
British fleet to Mundana bay Is also cons
firmed, and as suggested in these diss
patches last Friday, Kussla has apparent
ly decided not to occupy Constantinople
unless British ships anchor In the Bos
phorus. Warlike tendenaies are there
fore temporarily checked, especially as
It Is believed certain that Germany will
INFLUENCE WITH At'STRIA TO
obtain a peaceful settlement of present
difficulties. Negotiations lor a final peace
settlement are progressing at Adrianople,
and it Is expected that the treaty will be
ready for signature In about ten days. It
Is feared here that one ol the provisions
of the treaty will be an alliance offensive
and defensive between
RCSSIA AND TURKEY,
and the trantfer to tha former of the
Turkish nVet as part ot the indemnity,
The principal reason for the British lleet
passing tli Dardanelles was to prevent
such transfer, and it Is Impossible to ssy
yet whether all danger of war has passed.
II ave used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and
pronounce it tbe best medicine in use.
A case ot consumption here was cured
by its use. We cheerfully recommend it
to all suflerers. Jeffress, Roberts A Co.,
South Boston, Va., November 17, 1875
An Alpine Avnlanehe.
In tbe summer of 1803, aparty of tourists,
while visiting tbe Alps, climbed, witb
great difficulty, to an elevated and snow-
covered plateau, In order to obtain a bet
ter view of Swiss sconery, and contrast the
beauty and richness of midsummer below
with tbe bleakness and sterility of mid
winter around and above tbem. In play
tbey rolled tbe moist snow into targe balls,
tbey;croTed it over the edge of tbe plateau
In falling It struck softer snow, which Im
mediately gave away, and soon an ava
lanche was tearing down tbe mountain
side burying and destroying every thing
in its course, As tbe handlul ol (now be-
cains the lrrestable avalanche, so tbe hack
ing eongh with sore throat and catarrsli, if
neglei'ted, tpeedly d .velopt Into t bat dread
destroyer, conumpilon. In the early
stages, Dr. Sage's catarrab remedy will et
ect a cure, though 1! tbe blooi be afTectcd
or imporverUted It must be purified and
enriched by Dr. PUrc' Goldsn Medical
Discovery, and tbe liver and bowels kpt
active by hit Pleasant Turgative I'tlloU
Many who despaired ol ilia and had been
given up to die by physicians and friends,
owe tbeir restoration to ta ab jve reml
dles. Ely, Linn Co., Iowa, May, 8th. 1877.
Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N Y.
Dear Sir I was prostrated some three
years since with pleuro pneumonia, wbirh
left me with a troublesome cough, that
gradually grew worse until physicians gave
msup to die with consumption I tried
several remedies, that are advertised to
cure cosumptlob, but without obtaining
any relief or benefit. Seeing your Golden
Medical Discovery and Pleasant Purgative
Pellets advertised, I connluded to try .thorn,
and 1 found them to be all that you claim
for tbem. My restoration has remained
complete for over two years, Inclosed
find fl.60 for a copy of your Common
Sense Medical Adviser.
Ever gratefully your.,
Jason C, Bartholomew,
Hie Uraillude ofan Invalid.
Lirkns, C. II., S. C, Sept. 21, 1873
Dt.n Sir : My wife has been using
dally your bitters, and I am clad to say
she has been greatly benefited. She is
now stronger and in better general health
than she has been lor years, and I feel
certain that her present good health Is
the result of using a few bottles of the
Home Bitters. She joins me in thanking
you for your kindness. My wife has im
proved so much that she docs not need
tbe bitters now, but thinks she will send
for a few bottles when cold weather sets
in, I commenced tbls letter at the re
quest of a trlend greatly sullcrlng lrom
bronchial aflectlon, which has brought on
general weakness. He asked me to on
der lor him a half dozen bottles. Send
them to Rov. W. F. Tearson, Donalds
vllle, S.C. Mrs. May, a lady ol our town,
says the bottle 1 gave her did her a great
deal ol good, and that she would order
more soon. 1 am, as ever, your friend,
IUv. J. R. Kaar.
To tbe president ot the Home Bitters
Company, St. Louis, Mo.
City Clerk's Omci,
Cairo, Ills., Keb'y. 14, 1B78.
Hoaled proposals will be reeelved at tbls
omce until six o'clock, p.m., of J uesday,
March 5, 1b78, lor furnishing such luni.
ber as the elty may require lor the cur
rent flscul year ending December 81, 1878
Bald lumber to be ot good and sound
white or burr oak, white or yellow pine
or cypress, and tree lrom ssd or unsound
knots, snd ot such dimensions as may be
required, and to be delivered in such
quantities, times and places within the
corporate limit a the commutes on
streets may direct.
The right to reject any or all bids is
reai-rvea. j, u. ruiLMs, City Clerk.
HAN OF A THOUSAND.
OONSUMr'TIVa CURID.-Vkra ut
"7 rm -mm mm oomnmnut. in rtw
r.n.11 Mil. (MM Ml MM
af latin M
a ' tarat alM mat aaaeia at ul
l,ett Rats St., PblU., aaa jut Uils paper.
OUR HOTTO: " The Best
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
inc ce d je null m m9
Dry -Goods," Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
, Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
This stock is entirely New and Fresh.
Ojr Stock embraces everything needed In
Goods. Please give us a call, examine
CAIB0 & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
rpHS trains by tbls rotd eonnoct ft St. I.ouii
L and tut St. Louli, with all t iher lines to
the 9lortb,EMt and West.
Thnngh EJpre is Leave Cairn s :3 a.m.
Arrive, r.. at. Lmiia a :ln u.m
Mnrphyibore Accommodation Leivcf
;iro i:5 p,m
Umiihyihtro Accommodation Arrm I
ml Mnrt.hv.lM.rft a M
Tbrougu tiurcia Lenvei E. ht. L uis ' Hn.m
, .1 . 1 .-...!- I.Mr
nrrivro i iMiiro o;,.'i p.ni
Murphysbcro Accommodation Leaved
Murphyworo - f;(u a.m
Murphy Wo Accommodation Arrives
at Olrt :,20 p.m
REMEMBER T Cairo and Si. Loult
ICS. I. the U.NLV ALL HAIL KOI TE be
twcfn Calm and St. IOtlia under odc n.an
Igement; therefore ihcre are no delays at war
atatioos awaiting connections from other linca.
Paenrers Golne N"rth, Jiorthcart and Wet
should net buy ttitir ticket until the; have ex
amined mrratei and routes
F. (J. BUKi L, U. T. WfTITLOCK,
Freight Afrt. Paatenzcr Aicent.
1.. U. JOHNSON, tien'l Mananer.
Saloon and Restaurant.
TUE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale and Retail.
At the Old Belmonico Hotel,
S-im No. GS Ohio Levee
Qliy National Bank Building, up.si.ilrj.
The Oldest :Establishtil Agency in Southern
Illiaois, sod representing over
165 OOO OOO
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whole, al and Retail Dealer. In
Foreign and Domestic
WISES OF ALL KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. ' MYTH a CO., bars constantly a
lariitatock ol the let goods in Uie mar
ket, and ifeepeeUl attention to tbe whole,
salt branch of tha buaineaa.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Vail Papf, Window Glass, Wis
dow Bbxdoa, tto,
alwirs os hand, tha eolobratad illumlaall
Oornar Ilaventh Itraot and Waaht
AUIlOllA, ODU 7
Goods, at the lowest Price-"
Cloths, Curtain Damasks, .
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
Special attention given to Country trade.
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our goods and priced betore you buy.
Ordt'rs for Coal by th' car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Ofllceon whfl noat. root of Sixth street.;
Office ni lialliday Brothera, opposite St.
typtmn Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, fo'it of 1 birtv-ei(?titli street, or
I'on OtHce drawer WW
sIANUFACTUREB AND DEALER IN
Mr. Block desires to call the attentloo'ot
tbe Public to tbe luot that he has al
ways on hand a large, Dew and lanhionaliie
stock of ready-ma'le custom Unota aud
Shoes which be will sell at '
THE LOWEST TRICES.
Call On Rim At
....light. St, Set Wii. & C:i At..
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Z aava Cairo
1:20 p.m. Fast Express, arriving in St.
Louis 8:&0 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE PAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.: Louis
vllle, 8:15, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:16 a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
OF AST OTflBR B0UTI.
l:30"p. m. Vast Mail witb sleepers attach,
ed. for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving In 8L Louts at 8:80 a.m. Chi
cits at 4 JO p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
faasengers by tbls Hoe go through to
the EsBt without any delay caused by
run 8ATURDAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
KROM CAIRO ARKIVES IN NEW
YORK MONDAY 110 Mi IX O ,
AT 10- B.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
' OK ANY OTHER KoUTB.
Advertlaemenu ot oompetlnp lines that
tbey mike better time than tbls one, are
are Issued either through Ignoranoe or a
doslre to mislead the public. .
tor through tickets and information,
pply at Illinois Central R. R. Depot, Cairo.
TSAtMS AHHIVa AT 01 aO
txfress ........m..Jlin0p m
iau MM..M.......N.M. ..(....M.l:,De,ni.
Gen'l Southern. Ast
J. Q. Jowks, Tloket At. . ,
v ur aalsry by devoting a very small portloa ol
.Vour leisure time to my InUrtsl, I do aot ex
pent you to canvass for my celebrated Realty's
'lanos and (tnrans unlesi tou tea fit 10 i hot tha
aorTioo i reamra or vou ia doib Dieaaaai and
proniaoie. laupanicaiararrea, jkaarass
VAnimu r . uaain, naantniwn, , j.
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
And At .
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Brushes, 4
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Ssady fsr tla Ik!.,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
TheElgia Kerosene Can-
The OnljrPerfect Can la
th World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted sot to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
FioHan Wo coll at holi. nrioaa
Agency and Depot for Avers' 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 DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Last wssk I bougbt a 10 cent package of Wasliina and dona my wanhlnglnone ttU
the usual time at less than half tbe eont ol Soap. My clolliei were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and it did not shrink ray woolons, snd for once I was enabled to gri a
hot dinner oa Monday. Ho ladles Uy It, and you will save labor, time and money. It is
perfectly safe to use It. M113. A.
5 and 10 oent Fackeges. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' K"09
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariiia and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic. Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather 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 Bay Rum, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap English and American SoapH Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In orlgl-
nal Ilottlct or in Broken Quanti
ties as wanted at low prices.
cy Your. Msvlqq
At Barclayo' Drue Sioro.
The Family Safeguard
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, 8. 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.
F- Vj5L-ov .V Jp
1-iaian .rV lit. t'I
at Dr. Woods' Prices.