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I Th kalrhfc of th b!ot t orJ r ni-et
I at lhatr hall tb flnt au4 third WoikIkT
nonlh. Comnwrcial attuu,, 2.1 dottf
. V Hnivti.ti. 0. M.
' , ,, A Knlafta af Pythian, dm
i ' ' j day aUbt at half-pa! ei
.; v J lenow' IUI1.
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lunU ever; Krt-
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ALEXANDBH LODGK, NO.
IndciMBileiit Unlur or !
aicru rry innrwiay diku,
-nut mtcu. In their nail on
avenua, lirtwatn Midland ftsvt?nth
I. I). HtXtOKD, n. u.
CAIKO LODGE. NO. 437, A. F. m A. M.
Hold n-irular communication in aia-
aonir Hull, eornrr lonmirrclal avnu
anil Kictilh atnwt. on the awonil ua
tirth Monday of aara month .
, I Chicago proitorty owturg owe $7,GW.-
in back taxes.
It l generally balic-ved In axliingtoa
I that the president will aijrn lh silver Mil
: an It passed the senate.
! District Attorsby Banus tl Hie
northern Jdlstrlct ot thU state In, It Is
f rnuICred, about to resign, and Jim J loot
' jot ChlcnffO want to stop Into Ills shuts.
1 - -
2 At the election 0.1 Saturday last lor the
I choice oi Judge for the thirteenth Jtidl
? clal dlatrlcMndk-e Eustace of Lee county,
if waa elected bv a good majoilty
Messrs. Smith, Dogtio and Ohvrlv,
railroad arid arehouse commissioners,
left Springfield yesterday on an infli c
tion tour over the Ohio and MM!)'!'!
" C II. McCormick, chairnmu of the
State Central Democratic committee, lias
sailed the eotnuiittee to meet In Chicago
w..umitow, 2-!d Inst. The object of the
meeting is not stated.
Thr trial of the desperado Kamlo N
drawing to a clow, and the ead will
probably be reached tod:,y. Tho trial
tiaa been one ol the uiost not-ible that
t-ver took plai in this Sta'e.
Hon. Oboror K. Wenpuso, ol Shel
brrille, bas published r letter ia which
Im annfMin. his withilrawal from the
eaurua tor the con?ressIonal uomltia'io.i
lie will ahortlv remove to Jt. Loni.
where lie will continue his law practice
The president Is not gohjj to go buck
on Returning Board Anderson simply
Itecause be has been convicted of a criini-
nalpffense and now occupies a cell in
Jail. Mr. Ilayes won't itiiipend Ander-
von from his position as deputy collector
of the port of New Orleans. Mr. llaye
proposes to show his .ballet in Andei
ion's Innocence by continuinjr hlio in
A VVashi.vo rox disnatfh earn : "JmL'e
Antaiiliner at the trial
'era! ofllcer, who served lour years in the
Union army, lost a kg in det-tise ot the
Union and Is now ready to die in the last
ditch in upholding the coustitution and
its principles ot self government, which
ia the right of the people to have their
votes counted honestly."
. Mk. Tow.N4uend, of Illinois, prcscnte J
to the bouse on the 11th Inst, the follows
ins memorial from members of the bar
of the southern district of Illinois; which
was read, and relerrcd to the coin in litre
on the judiciary :
3VA Owjrai oJ ihe United State :
We, the undersigned members of the bar
of the southern district ot lllitioiti.respect
fully urge the passage ol the bill introduc
ed in the house of representatives by the
Hon. K. W. Townsbend, restraining the
, removal of causes from the state to the
Federal courts, and repeal the laws now
iq force providing tor said removal.
Thb conclave of cardinals met yester-
day in the Vatican In Home tor the pur
pose of electing one ot tbeir number
pope, as the successor of Hus IX. The
cardinals, ot whom there are sixty-lour,
will assemble every morning and afters
noon during the vacancy, living the rest
of the time in rooms of the palace,
called (or the time being "cells," and
will give tbeir votes until some one ot
tbem bas received two-thirds of all the
votes present. No cardinal Is allowed to
"vote for himself for pope. It is gener
ally believed that the context will be a
" Says the XllnclnnattI Price Current1
"The total number of hogs packed at the
six large cities In the west to date Is
4,085,000 or 835.000 more than to same
' date last year. We are not able to re
' port definitely In regard to the number
; at interior points, but we consider l,775.s
000 fair approximation, making the
v total at all points to date 6,700,000, or
about 815,000 more than to same time
' last year, and 66,000 more than the en
: tin number to the close last winter. The
remaining two weeks bid fair to make
; the increase tor the season upwards of
1,000,000 beads. Chicago will gain aboji
800,000 over last year, Cincinnati 100,000
or more, St. Louis fully 75.C03, Mil wan.
kee upward of 100.000, and Louisville
C3,C00, while Indianapolis will fall short
' about tQ,w0 bead. Thus an increase of
'"UT 1,000,000 at the six cities 1. tndi
( Ited, while Interior points will not fall
, r '-.3h It any abort of last winter, so that
' total at all points Is not unlikely to
1 ,330,000 head, or over 600,000
i taan tba largest number In any
':zt winter. The largest number
.:ir reavaed was in the winter
;:;ir, when tha total was 6,Wd,320,
. C b-rra BtttBbcr ot pounds was In
" r t:a tt ajtarregata net weight of
. j iLoot 80,000,000 pounds more
- : "U, tMa winter will probably
. i Ibf about 100,000.000 pounds
Att hozt, or approximately
) punt! ot meats, and prob
eur HeRular Wdohinjton
Aid for tli Southern Tacifto Rail
road. MisHing Mouey-IIayas and Do-Tons-Uneasy
I'l'cuul I uW.poll'l'B'.t! of ti'V liCIJ KTlN.l
n W'ASIIINOrOX, V. C, J CD. ft), J.
One ol the inotd Impoitaiit projects
which will receive early attention alter
the silver iiiiesthui i ili-0"ed iC, U that
of aid to ionic
t-OfrilKKN TACIHC KAH.KOAU.
Ihe appropriate eomniittee ol the etiate
bas long had the subject under conBidcr-
atluii, and !- healing ariuments Dy
lriciids ol'the rivnl roa Is. Probably there
never wai a congress before in which it
wu sodiilicult to make calculations, as to
tlio result of a vote en any nieasuro not
purcly political, and this railroad euls'.dy
scheme Is uo excepllon. Yesti May tue
friends of Col. Seott's Texas Pacific were
befurc the coinmittce. To-day tho op
pomtits of that road will be heard.
There is much to be said iu tavor of gov
ernment aid to a road crossing the eoun
try on some line in the south, and if the
rival Interesis ouild unite upon a reason
able scheme, they would Lc sure of a large
support In both bouses, and of whatever
aid Mr. Hayes coulu give thetu.
It Is Intimated In the papers, and has
been curient zoip here for come time,
that various sums of
M0NKVMISSI.0 fROM THU TllKASt'RV
while Rristow's man New was treasurer,
and lor the s-ilety of which a relative ol
that ofllcer wa as much re-fponrilhlo as
any other official, had in some eae-, been
made good by a-esmeiits on underpaid
frinale ( iiidi'e. and In other eases had
not been toado good at all.
.Spinner's plan was to make losses good
and to look to congress for relief. The
assessment of such sums on a portion ol
those who had handled the mtalng
packages, and allowing others who had
the same opportunity lor stealing to go
fr...- M.rikes one as the wor-t kind of
favoritism. The lact that the party not
assessed was a relative ol theolhVor who.
unih-r the law, was roponsibhi for this
loss, gives ij the alltir on even worse
apiR'aranee. J.t may be tliat Treaiiuer
New did not know of Mich' assessment,
but his late hUtement that he hlmstl!
made Ibe losses good Is not correct.
MESSHS. HAYES ANl PKVBN4
relue to make public the letter of the
former to the latter as to leal means by
whicli,he federal government could in
terfere with the caes of inemhers of tho
Louisiana returning board. It is not des
nied that Mr. Ilayes is eager for Mich in
terference if there U any way in which
the law can he made to appear to give Its
sanction. The electoral commission de
cided, tight to seven, that tho federal
government could not interlcre with the
board, however fraudulent its acts, or
however much such fraud might affect
auua iuab uiu guvci i.utiut, nattcc anvn
ingly permitted the crimes, i hound to
protect the criminals.
OLD ItEl'UBLICAN CNEA!Y
to see the etlorts that are being made to
bring the country back, in some respects
to Its condition prior to lfd. I'.ej)
rescntative (Jrovor introduced u bill
tho other day which provides, in
substance, that the rights ot a citizen to
appear as attorney before the departs
ments shall not be denied until after In
quiry. This Is a very t iiuplu thing on its
lace, but It interferes with a power often
exercised by petty bureau chiefs ol late.
Caleb Cushing, or Judge Black, or any
other person who mihl hstvo mormons
Interests as attorney before the treasury
or any other department, mibt be re
fused the right to appear there by some
petty bureau officer. Xo law grants tho
ofllcial any such power. A mere usurps
auon, wuicn grew up during tue war,
when no private citizen bad any right,
which an official was bound to respect.
The bill ot Judge Clover is Intended
simply to take away this unrcpubllcau
power. Probably most oitlzcns did not
know that the evil existed, as they do not
realize how, in a thousand other respects
we have drifted away from the simplicity
and Democracy of old times. Pox,
K'ltotlMlun in Proari-The
viiiiHiion .iitierialiy lltniia-rd.
fc.SOt.AXO ASP Al'STRtA riturARixa FOR
Spwlat by Cbl to tin Ht. Loon Republican.)
Losdon, Feb. 10, 5 a. m. While all In
dications point to a peaceful settlement
ot the Eastern question, there Is no doubt
thai Austria, like England, Is preparing
tor war In case present negotiations
At Pesth 80,000 troops havo been
and contracts made lor forwarding pros
visions to them should they take the
field. Two camps ot twenty thousand
men each, have also been established at
Proprld and l'aloesa. near tho Galliclan
frontier. To-day Important statements
may be expected In the parliaments of
hngland, Austria and Germany. Late
yesterday r communication from llmala
RECEIVEU BY LOUD IE1IV
in reply to his noto relative to Galllpoli,
and a cabinet council was Immediately
summoned for an unusually early hour
to-day. It is asserted that this cqjn
munlcatlon offers or asks an alternative
to the occupation ot Galllpoli which
Russia desires as
to ber forbearance In leaving that 'port
unthreatened. The Russians have with
drawn front Batnde redoubt In the tu
f Irons ot Constantinople, aud no advance
beyond tho neutral line U expected again
unless the British licet actually enters
tha harbor of Constantinople. '
Prances Thompson No. 2.'
A negro man w as arrested by the po
lice at Memphis on the 15th, who has
lived in that city a number ol years as a
woman, and M i red as a houoe servant In
a number of families without bUng do
tected. Ills make-up as a woman was
:o perfect as to leave no room for sus
picion that he wa3 otherwise, The po
lice refut to tell how they came to "drop
on him," but when they approaehed him
on the subject, ho claimed to be an
hermaphrodite, but after arre&t a medical
examination was had, resulting In the
discovery of nothing ol ll.o kind, but,
on the contrary, a iN-rlcctly developed
uialo. As soon as the truth was asccrs
tallied, he acknowledged the deception,
laving hq found ll easier to get employ.
meiit as a woman, lie also tells staitllng
stories of his cmcr in the guUe ot a
woman, implicating several main eltlens
whoc names are withheld, us it is be
lieved he concocted the storien in order
to avoid prosecution. The ease impre
cisely similar to tho one discovered lure
two years ago, In which Frances Thomp
son, a negro man who gave testimony
before the con" regional commiuco sa
woman, claiming t' havo Ikm-ii outraged
by a policeman during 111 Memuhis riuis
in ISItl, was discovered to he a fully de
The hesr li the eheapit. Ir. itull's
Ilahy S.vmp is acknowledged in bi-the
safer t iel nw( reliulile medli-iric ler
babies. IVi.v 2." cents.
Another C'ow t tho liepublicaa
Wash I. -,.' 'hit.
iitrnt N York llcmM.
loptivl uV ill" po.-t-
A new nil" a
niasli.T gent rat cirutes a llnrry in -jmt-liean
circles here. It has hern the ens.
loin to a.-k ileii'ililicali reiirr.enlatives
and senators, to nominate postmasters for
Ibe smaller towns ami lor country uis
trlcts, and the JJtiiilt some days iigo
commentcl eiJttorlaliy on Hit' prmteii cir
culars ent h rrprestntaiive from the
po.-lofllce di'imriinent, aking them to re
coiuiiinid to tlit'K' petty posiuiu-irrshlps.
I'ostma-tcr itM:ei il Key his now drier
mined, with the approval of the pliitlint
thitt when vaeaiiciot this kind are to he
Tilled tie: po'tma.it.r of the laig" sf neivfi-
luring c ty -hall he reqiiiretl to select ami
reeotiimetid Ihe pi rsons to tt.'l tln-m, the
tlei artnieiit here o cnursc ias-.i:ig upon
such reeoninKiidaiion and tnNf inr the
larger tio-tina-ter- rrpon-ihle wlcre
their selection-nre'iiilli'iiw l hv Hie io-t-inasfrr
Some western nicmliers of engrc
feel liidiiiiiantat tiii- l s !" pur.iniyH.
They fi4i( v' it to he anoli er insi
blow ut the Kepublican party, and are
more than ever i-niiviuwd that the presi
dent's southern policy is a tallnre.
Those, however, who remember how
viciously the country po-tnmstrr used to
kick up his lieeN iiiuler the r.sr adiniiii.s
tratlon. and who kriovv Iho exantrcli'
tioil between tho HplK'intun'llt ot potty
postmasters and thr reiiouiimition ol
some members of eotigre-s. ilo tint feel
so badlv about the 'change. It will
generally be found that a man really fit
to he In comrress cares nottiing auont
such patronage and is c;l:id to hive it
A Foarful Crime.
t rom ihi Pli.laddphia I're-.
Thu blame ol the Metropolis ili-a.trr i
irriiilniLtlv hclli(r liroill'ht llfltllr. The
UticCcl tier Owners in surrendering le.T
papers at New ork, In 1S71, on the pre
text that she had been broken up, while
sue was actually on the Ways ut New
I'tiryport hehiL' letiirthened in the waist.
When ibis carpentry was fluiidied she
was brought cut as u new vessel, under a
new name, and a new registration was
sougnt tor tier. II she were a sale vessel
It Is difficult to undcrsta'id why unv such
tortuous and disseinbAltiff conduct was
required, lint the subsequent history
inrows a oai k suspicion on these tiansac
uunn. ii. n irniinu l vu uiiiupieM'Sl lie-
monstration that her wood was rotten at
the stern. Her owners in 1S71 declared
her to ho broken up. Tilt so tes'.hnonien
closely tit. What punishment U due to
men who cover a rotten ship with paint
Invest her with false pretences, am
charter her for a voyatre on tl.e high
seas at the rUk of" others' lite and
From Cexthxnul Headquarters.
"I llnd Dr. Rull's Cough .Syrup excellent,
having a ready sale and rendering more
satisfaction than any cough syrup 1 have
ever sold. A. 11. Maloney, M. P..
Fiiteenth and Carpenter Streets, Phila
A Untitle Hint.
In our style ol climate, with its sudden
changes ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine often Intermingle in a single
day It is no wonder that our chilCrcn.
Irleuds and relatives are so frequently
taken Irom us by neglected eolds, half i,he
deaths resulting directly from this cause.
A bottle ot lloschee's German Syrup kept
about your home for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a largo doctor'
bill, and perhaps death, by the use
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages. Pneumonia.
severe Coughs', Croup, or any disease ot
the 1 hroat or Lungs, Its success Is simply
wonderful, as your druggist will tell vnu
German Syrup it now sold In every town
and village on this continent. Sample
bottles for trial, 10c.; regular size, 7.'ie.
City Clerk's Okkiok,
Cairo, Ills., r eb'y. 14, 1378.
Sealed nrnnosnUwhl hi.
- - imviiluhu HUB
ollloe until six o'clock, p.m., of I uesday,
.March S. 1878. lor I'urnUI.I ntr ani.li linn.
ber as the city may require lor the eur
rem uw.ii year ending jjeceoiDer ill, JS7.
Said luinher In hu ol imml nnrt m....,i
white or burr oak, white or yellow pln
or cypress, nnu ireo irom sap or unsound
kllOtH. M.lil nt Nllch HlniMtiulnna aa m.u 1...
required, and to be delivered In such
quantities, times and places within the
corporate limits as the coiutuliteo on
streets may direct.
The right to reject any or all bids is
reserved. J. JJ. Puii.lis, city Clerk.
rA MAN OF A THOUSAND-
lM hlivlbc thllftLBIiil III- H J..... ...
I . hj arlilalKlla ..mAm - . at . a .
1", M 1wr.' awra,
1 im. iT t"uins e.,
1.0M haw St., ItiJIi,, oair tii( llili Mprr
i ' 1. . ..-
f tWWl.tl(tt I'm few i(i) I KNllLI
vi 9 mi t mm mmm,
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
C. H ANN Y,
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Tea?, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line ol Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Hoots,
This stock Is entirely Nrw nod Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
O ir Stock eiohraos everything neeilcj in die City or Country, in (Jrorrrico or liry
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our goods aud urlces before you buy.
NKV ADVERTISEMENT.. j
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. Ri
SHORTEST SHORT LINE ,
fell1. XjOTJIS t
fpHK tM'tit by this i'Jt'1 Bonnrei . t St. I.oaii
1 uml Km-f St. J.'HiiB, with uil . tli.r i.ne.. !
the Kitrtli, f:ant iiimI Weat.
Thrniittli l-Apl B Iavei t'airo ::l" a.m.
" Aitivp. h. nt. LfuW p 111
MwrphJ'sburo AecniiniKHluliou Ijwti- 1
I airo IM.'i p. in '
Morplissboro Ai;:oniinoila'lon Arrives !
at Muri'livalmro '6 ;r' p.m !
ThrnugU r'sprcss l.cavei K. St. L uifl ;u,m
" " Arrives it Cairo u:4'i p.m '
Murpbyfclisl AcrnliiiucdMion l.f.ives
MuriiiivsLoio i.iu ;
Miiriihvl.oro Aivdinmo'taiiun Arrives I
at t r.irn -" p.m
EMEMBER. Tim l!air.iamlsi. I.JHi.
K it. u u.kuM.V ALL KAIL It'll i K. Iw-
twoi-n Cairo and tit. Louis under our n;"-
n;t'iuent ; tlu-rt lore there are no rtr'.iy" at wv
Ht2tion aw ulinif i'inDeclinii I'rniu oilier I ioR .
ValxrotftfrB G.iint; North, Northi .nl .nut Wwt
nhoiiid not buy thnr tickets until Up'" hive f -
niiD-d i)iirrat and routvs
I . (.. I1ULI-L. O. T. III I'l.Oi.K,
HroiK" Act. PaosftiKM Aitt'it.
L. M. JdUNSON, l.m'l M iteiacr.
MISCKLI.ANEOU5 ADVKItTlfK t K.NT:
Saloon and Restaurant.
A life t'11 1
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. A No liu eon-itantly
on hand a
Large Supply o;
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wlioleials and Retail.
At the Old Dclmonico Hotel,
S-im Xo. H Ohio ficvvc
C ity Natlooal bank H liUlns, up.atuiiii.
Us Oldest Kjialilhihed AKney in Soutlirrn
Illinois, uud rcpretrmiug ovrr
185 OOO OOO
R. S1MYTH & CO.,
WholiMaU and Retail Dcalert in
Foroicn and Domestic
WIXKN OF AITa Kl.VD.S.
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoe.
MESSH, VMYTII 4 CO., have conntanily n
large stock ol the lt ici'odii In Hie lear
ki't, and KiveCMn cul oitentlo.1 ta ihe whole.
Mle.hr irni.h ot the lnmine.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
W all Paper, Window Glass, Win
dovr B hades, tio.
ilwsyi on hanO, the rwlrlirateil illtimlnatl
Oorsr XUvtnth Btt and Wuhl
Goods at the Lowest Price-"
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' U jot uud Shoes
Orders for Coal by th- car-load,
ton, or in bogshoada, for bhipmont
promptly attended to.
To larg" consumers and all
mtinufactntera, we aro prepared
lo supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at ua-.farm ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Olllueon wliifl lnt. foot of Sixlli stni-t.
tl!ce ot UaUi'tay Brothers, i'oltH t.
t lmrld Hotel.
Kiryptmn .Milts, Twentieth etrw t.
t oi'd Damp, fixit of Thirty-uitfOlh stiwt, or
t'o it OlUce drawer )
Mr. Hlock desiriM to cull the altcation'ol
the i'ublie to tho (act that no "has al
wayiton bands larife, new sod lasblcuahie
Hock of rcady-iuiule custom linots nud
n'loes A'Dicu no will sell at
the lowest mm.
CkII On Him At
S;o.lig2ii. Si, 8:1 Waa, & Cos, hu
ILLItfOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Lonis & Chicago
The only Road Ilunninsr Two
Daily Trstna from Cairo.
Trains Ia?e Cairo
2:20 p.m. Fast Kxpr.-s, urrivin In Jt.
Liinus b:m p. ni.; cnieago, T.W, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUI3-
ViAjAjii; t'AH'l' JjINU .
Airlvingt n Cincinnati 8:30. s in.: Louis
villu, tj:!!.a.m.; Indimapolts, .1.15 a.m.;
1-aHxengern inia train arrive at anove
OF LSI OTHER B0UTE.
Vlt-'lOlp. m. Fun Mad with sleepnrs nttaoh.
el, for ST. LOUIS and CII1CAOO,
airlvlnj In St. Louis at 0:30 a.m. Chi
ii?o at 4.30 p.m. Connnctiiw at Odin
or KUlnKham lor Clucinnstl, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
fwnnirert tiy this linn go through to
the without any delay canned hy
rhoSATUIlUAY AKTERNOON TRAIN
. KKOM CAIRO AKItlVKS IN NKW
YORK AIONDAY MOHNINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK" ASX Ol'lim MOUTK.
ailvertlHHtiicnts of compotlni' lluos that
ihoy rtiHke bettor tlmo tban this ono, art
are issued oitlicr throuKli ignorance or a
ilenlre to mislead the public,
ior throutfh th-kets ami Information,
tpply ut UIIqoIh Central It. It. Depot, Cairo.
nuiNn aHiuva at caiuo
ttfnws m titi0i in
J. II. doNRS, Ticket Av.t.
SCHOOL TEACHERS'. ZftfiSJZ
r u aalary tiy devoliug a very aniall tiortlon of
your lt lriir, lima tn my loteMHt. 1 no not ex
Jmtyootn ranvina inrniy clubraM iU-attt's
'lanoi sod Organs tiuhtis you net flt to ; but the
erTloe I rviilra of sou is both lilrnnant and
pro(lt.iblr. Hill particulars liur. A'IiIivm
DAMEL I'. tiKAIi Y, Waa)ilngtouN.'3.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
And At j
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTaR,
Washington Avenuo and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-41! Color: ?:adj f:r h
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Keroaano Can.
Tho Only Perfect Can in
th-J World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, C"rrod3 or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Th3 best in Use. latent uome
and Measuring Force Pump.
aa....v.t 4 Uy MSIoa and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lart wek I bought a 10 cent pai'ksjreof Va.tnne and dons my wsclilng (none nU
tlio utiiial tituo at le than hall tin? i on ol Sonp. ily i loilic, weri wliiir. I tltd nt-1
havtf to rnh them, and it did not shrink my woolern,, snd for once I was enabled to tfet a
hot dinner on Momlay. So la llr try it, nml you will svo labor, time and money. It t
pirlccily safe to U'e It. MRS. A.
5 and 10 centPackages. Buy WASHING AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' S&SSg?
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarse and Fino Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stono Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
- The Best
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Ctiuntnr Bms Vias
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pur Iiiiioi'trd Hay Hum, Ni.lciHlid-C'unada Tnr
fconp- laigliKh and A morion u Hoapw-Flno Im
ported Haotclkerililcf KxIruotH in oriffl- .
nal Roftlcs or tn Rrokon Quanti
ties nswuiiicd nt low price.
Bay Yoar Brugs
At Barclays' Drug Sioiro.
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT tIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
u. $. steamboat; inspectors
BOARD CF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate tne
samo with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and HoteU.
. iv.-.'t- r :- ""? ("
i : ; I ; nuf'f -,
. Fever Fills
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Best Trusses, All Styles
and Hair Brushes
Blackine, Stove Blacking
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
of Almanacs Free to All
Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
and all Ague Medicines