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a, W.K, 8CBUCKBM, Editor and ruhlltiher,
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TIm democracy of the eoveial counties
t, l U ttaU ot Illinois are requeated to
tend delegate! to a itate eonvenilon to Le
,M14 at BprlngfieM, Illlnolii, THUIWDA
the, lira DAY OF APRIL, W7S-, at 12
O'clock if., for the purpose of norultntlntf
MM wndldate for the ottice ot state treas-
, . rar, and one candidate lor the olllce of
late superintendent of public Instruction
aaa to traaiact luch other ulncni a may
come before It. The teveral counties are
' MUtled to tie following representation,
waea upon me vote lor government jo
Vote for ?rew- No
U randy... M
Hamilton ......... .,
,. Hancoca ........
, Hnlrecn.... ...........
Uar-..ww, . . ,
iTOqnoU . ,
- Kane.-. ,.,
k Macon -.
. Menard .... .
Kl M... ..
. J .Alt
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2 , i
m M 'J
To i ootbo disturbed letllnjfi brought
ou by a cold, and to cure coughs, croujj
and hoiirsrnua, tuko Dr. HhII'i cough
TitK prcssuro brouiflit to benr on the
president U too grtat to be withstood,
and it now seems probable that Packard
will be appointed collector and Ander
son depmy collrctor of the port of New
Jack KrvKC.iai.i. ol Yeiuna wuts to
go to conirrcss ; and if ho can't to
congress lie w ould like to go to tho ytato
senaie, and would even accept the nomi
nation for representative. Fulling in all
these ho would not object to tho nom.
nation for Justice of the peace of hi town,
ship, lie wnntu office.
Wki.i.h and Anderson aro a source ot a
dcul o( trouble to tho president, air.
Hayes wauts to appoint Packard collyc
tor ol the port of New Orleans, but durst
not do so until ho has consulted Wells,
and in order to gain his permission tho
old reprobate h:w been requested to go
on to Washington to talk the matter over
with Mr. Hayes.
J lie state Lcguttr says : MVc remark
as an appropriate Suuduy morning
thought that the Democratic party never
wo.i a campaign except when it was
lighting for principles. The Democratic
party is tho true political churuh, and
without are dogs." it will carry the
State of initios this fall and tho presiden
tial election of 1S0, and the reason it will
win those victories is because it is falling
into rank on the ancient principle. We
mil break up our ramp on April llth,
and will march to certain, complete and
absolute-vietorv. Den't you forget it."
CYUUS H. McCUKMICK,
The committee unanimously recomend to
the democracy of the northern grand dWi
eion and second appellate dlsirict, that
they bold their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate courts, for said divbion and
district, at Jollet, on Thursday, April IS,
And for the central grand division and
bird appellate district, that He delegate
appointed from laid division and district,
' to the state convention, to meet In conven
tion at Bprlngfield, on the day said state
convention la held, at 10 a. m,, for tho pur
pose of nominating clerks ot the surpreme
and. appellate courts lor said dlvl.iou and
And for the southern grand divnlon and
fourth appellate UUUkt, that they hold
' Uielr convention at Centralla, Thursday,
May 10, 18TB, for Uie purpose of nomlnu
ting clerks ot the surpreme and appellate
eourta, for said division and district,
The ratio of representation iu said con
ventions to he the same as In the M:tte con
vention. TH08. BuiKLBV, Secretary,
C. H, McCormtck, 0. D. Jloile,
J. B. Wann, W. K. Murphy,
' A. P. Uoodard, 15. P. Uurgon.
LB.E, Oodell, 11. J. .M. liuih,
I S. Thos E.Courtney, 12. 11. 1 Shumuy,
, 3. Thomas Shirley,
4. Blcbard 111 shop,
ft. F. B. Marsh,
6. J. 8. Drake,
7. W. A. Steele.
8. W. T.Davidson,
10. George Edmunds,
13. J. A. Mullory,
U. John W. Smith,
13. W. Cochrane,
10. L. U. l'arhons,
17. U.C. Gierke,
IS. T. r. liouton,
111. S. ., Liindt'i,
to CLXBK SUPREME COURT, 8. G. I),
mareauthsriied to announce R. A. 1). Wir,.
nANKrt.oftVMhiDKtonCunty, a a ondoiaie
rorClvrfcof (be 8ureiuc Court, Sauthvru Umnd
DiriaioB, lUinoii, aubjeel to Uie dcciilun ol the
Uamocnile noBunnlmn mmmittei.', to Iw lii-IJ
al Ceatralia, Way HUi, lS7b. 2 :77o
rO CLIBK Or THK Al l'KI.LATK tOLRT-
VODBTU DlBTICt, ILLINOIS.
yft are aothorUed to announce : 11 ATiDtV
CAHB of Carlyle, C'llaion county, at a candiilte
tor olerk the Apprllate ouuit, luuriK duliici,
'' lUlnaia, aubject to tbedTllnn ol the licmoi relic
convaauoa called 10 meet at Untraila, May l ib,
We are authoriud lo announce V. C. !
CBOFIK. of EffiDtim County, an a oanuintte
lorelerkof the Appelhue Court, fourth dMnirt,
Illinois. aubUtot to thr dclun of tie Utiuo
!llo cerMitloa oalied to meet at U-.tr.lia.
May lata. WH. "Ts
', Tarn aitoatlon in the East Is unchanged,
; aad that war li the Inevitable outcome
f tb . dispute between Eogland and
Ittushe If DO longer doubted.
JuC bi otld over, baby govern'
I Vt ofton dleeut will overcome the baby
and Lben It la that Dr. Bull's baby syrup
' profM Itl worth by conquering the dl
rt., ftj3 88 Wflti bottN-,
The house committee ou commerce'
1 has finished the river' and harbor bill,
and an effort will be made to pass it on
Monday next under a suspension of the
rules of the house. The aggregate amount
of the bill is not known, but It is believed
to bo in the neighborhood ot seven mil
lion dollars. The Mississippi river above
the mouth of the Ohio gets in round
numbers $OW,r00. which Is JMO.OOO more
than the river ahovo tho Ohio and the
Missouri together were allowed in thi?
bill for 1S7U, which was the last bill that
became a law. The appropriation is
classiiied in the present bill n follows :
Kemoying enags, etc., Mississlrmi and
Arkansas, 1S(I(000: improrinar Missis.
sippi river between mouth ol Ohio and
Illinois $200,000 ; of this $10,000 Is speci
fied for Dickey's Island, $10,000 at Kas
kas kia bend, and $20,000 between mouth
of the Missouri and Illinois; for Im
proving Mississippi river from St. Paul
to Des Moines $25,000 ; from the Dcs
Moines to the Ohio $100,000; removing
snags, etc., from month of tho Illinois to
Sc. Taul $11,500 ; Mississippi river oppo
site Dubuque $10,000: Des Moines rapids
(of which $40,000 is lor operating the
canal) $95,000 ; Hock Island rapids $30.
000 ; Kus chute and harbor at Uurllnz-
ton, 1,000; Port iladlson. SS.OvO:
Cahokla chute, 110,000. The only items
lor the lower river nro Siojbco .aoh for
the water fronts at Memphis and Vlcks-
burg and $10,000 lor tho survey at the
mouth of the Mississippi, Th Missouri
nvcr is made a Fubject lor separate ap,
propnatlous to the amount or $273,000.
Ot this $50,000 is for surveys, which will
sccuro estimates oil which a much larger
appropriation can be had hereafter. For
removing snags there is an appropriation
of $70,000; Improvement above the
Yellowstone. $30,000 ; at Atchison, $20,.
COO; at Omaha, $30,000 ; at ,-t. Joseph,
$30,000 ; and at Nebraska City, $20,000.
For the Galena harbor and rivur $3i),(;C0
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
n.v,iM," ni noiiio loniplviiona .Hen
n Wmliinmou-Nonie fteualurs
Iioiii Mnlure mill Nulorl. ty Have
uot I.uiibeil with t niiio-Vrratueae
not laurotinl to l'ottaplciioninr
itie.ott 'loiikoyou ii I'oli.
Il'roin Our Kcsular Coircojiomlcat. 1
v AMii.Nuro.v, D. C, April 2, 167S.
Cooper said, and Carlyle ridiculed him
tor saying so flat a thing, that there is a
natund tendency in tho humau race to
look at conspicuous Individuals. A
Molly Maguire on a scaffold, or a senator
iu tno l uited States senate chamber, is
conspicuous individual, and the actions,
worus, the very looks of. cither the scnit-
tor or the Molly Maguire, are, for tho
moment, a subject of comment, and may
be In the fllturo of history. Of how much
history dej cuds. Napoleon thought that
uls share in the aflairs ot tho world, at
tho close of his Urst Italian campaign,
would entitle him to hall a page, but as
he grew older, he became ks laodest.
Just at this moment tho uo&t conspicm
ous member of congreM is grim vlsaged
om senator Howe of Wisconsin. For a
long time ho had hardly been heard from;
eclipsed by his former more brilliant
colleague, Matt. Carpenter, and lurched
mine rapid tide ol political events, this
old compeer of Sumner, Ben Wade, and
Henry Wilson, seemed almost as dead as
they ; but last week he stood upon his
feet, and spoke, and spoke, and spoke,
for thrco hours; and umdo himself con
spicuous, What did he sav ? W hut rvn.
latlous came from his lips, what lormu
lttted wisdom lrom his hoary experience?
.Nothing ol the kind, Ilc simply aihickcd
the administration words less direct
and in specifications less plain, than the
press ol his own and tho opposite party
has done ; but then ha is a U. S. senator,
and it seems there is some advantage ot
consplcuousness in that lact alone, and
since 1 have proved that a senator is a
conspicuous Individual, I wilt abandon
nenator Howe, and Introduce to tho
American people somo hurablo senntors
whom nature und notoriety have not en
dowed with fame. Tlie Conklings, Tl.tir.
mans, Bluiues and I.amars make them.
elves beard Ircqucntly enough and most
of them we too vain of hcnrlng of tlreine
selves. I know only one to whom 1
think the lines would apply 11', '
'That man li great, and healont. '
bo wr Tea a frrta' neat not hi, own ,
tor neither prab or iielf,
Content to know, and lie unknown
VI' Imlj In blniat'ir."
But I may bo prejudiced In his favor, and
you may be prejudiced against him, so 1
will not mention Ms name. It will bo
difficult to tell who takes sroscedenee
among tho non-conspicuous senators, for
the men who were never heart, ot. until
Inscrutable luck ihimpii them
upon tlio floor ol lie sen
ate, are numerous. rpciu:iT,
Couovcr, Jones of Florida, aud lones ol
Nevaua, Dorsey, Mitchell, Jiurusilc, An
thony, Butler,; Putttrson and Dvis of
West Virginia are all ietty men. That
scientific system whi -h attributes t ev
ery eountenance a resemblance to the
face of an nninial, might find anotht r
ample iu that of Senator George K. Spi
err ot Alabama, which may be sulci;
coinpurod to the head of a h"g. The,
profound sentiments which animate
great men do not respire from his heavy
lace; his nurrow brow is not furrowed
with wrinkles, nor contracted like that
of au old king full ol cares; his small,
gray eyes do not sparkle with the chas.
tlty Imposed by intelligence, but as Ar-
temiis Ward would say, "fur (liferent.'
.Senator Couovcr of Honda U not alto'
getiicr unconspleuous and as I approach
him, 1 find my work hull done, for
newspaper has reeenily put its lunid ia
its pocket ami ma le him a present of a
new hat, and this iinulit epi-ode ol his
political caret r hit'; Ii, en noticed general
ly by the pri vi. uu, Ims brought his
statesmanship to the no'.iee ol a grateful
nation. While a clerk in a drug store In
his native state, New Jersey , one of his
customers a-ke, dim f: a bottle of
"vox populi," fie replied that he was
Just out but would femllor souw by the
next mail. If he hud have been a.iked lor
"vox Die-' tho future statesman would
huvo been none the less ready to supply
the demand. The two senators Jones,
although representing by their votes op.
posite political parties, may be decribed
together as gross, hit, followers ol beaten
tracks without appreciation or aspiration
'lor anything beyond an eay l't and a
high wheeled carriage s it it lour hor-es
such as the Neva la senator drives, and
which, sine- the departure ol Cranf, is
the only one of the kind in Washington.
senator jsurnsitie v
into iion-ili.-tii:etion, lika a warrior lrom
lihode Island in an em ol peace, men I
lapsed agmii into the mixed distinction
ot a senator lrom lihode Island. There
is no lack ot eonspicuoiisness of a certain
kind in Senator General Buruside: he I
th uobbyest senator in the ehaniber.and
tuo inventor oi mat style ot whi.-kers
culled Burnides hieh he still recom
menu-, lie is much admired by the i
oirs uit account ot Ins heroic size, "laul
my taintless" clothes, grey skull cap.the
vestlircs of West Point that may be still
detected in Ins poses, and his Burnsldes
Oen. Uurnside is Inordinately vain, as
may be seen In his ruses to attract atteu
tiou. Nobody else in Washington lud
such a wo wheeled one-horse shay a'h
drives on the avenue, it U uot a cum
lorthblo vohio!,. lor an old man, but then
ItissooddiiudFrencby, and when the
spectator sees P, he Js reminded that
there is a state ot Buruside, and a sena
tor from Ilhodo Island
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- Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
Q J1XJ CB CD XE UB IL
' Dry Goods, Boots and Shoos,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleachod Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A till line ol Carpets, MattUgs, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Ladies' am.' Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, dents' I'.nnts and Shoes
This ock Is entire);. New and Fresh.
u-ir nh Kembraees everything needed in the City or Country, in Groceries or 1 ry
"""u, icabo rivo us u call, examine our (roods und prices) before y
SiKiciul attention given to Countiy trade.
i, - ...
u may seem invidious to write about
public men In this way, but may be I du
It from a sense ol patiiotlc duty.
Ihprn la an AmAlAnn . .
""rm.iiu ceizeu wno em
see.without indignation, the litth, im.
pudent unqualified men who have in-
truded themselves into the councils ol his
country, and upon tho pages of lus conn.
try s history, so much the worse for t!
American citizen, and what is sudd,
sun, so mucn tlie woisc for America.
We arc righteously Indignant against the
f hystcr that ruins a cause, or the oua k
. . i , , . . .
ma!, Kins a uiend; but we tolerate with
lutousisieni leniency, the immiiiMit
and lulinite allalr3 of a nation, bold buu
gling charltttons who are no more fit lor
tneueiicato stupendous work ot gov
ernment than was the rash boy who at.
tempted to guide the couriers of the sun
through the pathways of the universe.
- - . . .s.
News and Notee.
-Mrs. J. W. Beasly, while hor husband
was anient from home, packed up all the
uouseuoiu goods, and her child, and iu
company with one Michael Plaster, left for
parts unknown. They lived ten miles north
of Qjincy. Beasly is In pursuit of them,
wim mooa in his eye.
ino rcDtiao 'sentinel- sajs Bertha
Von Ulllern, the champion walker of the
itemier se, was raised Id Livingston coun
ty, and lived for years In Chatsworth,
where she worked In the famllv of J. T
Dullard. Tho paper says that the little do
mcsticwas notod thon, as she isno,v, for
hor grit and endurance,
-At Quluey, on the 20th, two ol the city
policemen, named Croner and Pemberton,
had a flght.ahout 2 o'clock in the morniugj
on the levee. They pummoleil erh oth
awhile with thoir clubs, and then began
firing with their revolvers, but fortunate
ly, aimed bad. It was an old leud, and
Chief McQraw being absent in California
with a refjulatlon for Dr. I.anolx. tor
murder, they availed themselves of the
opportunity to settle their quarrel.
What the Sioux War Cost.
(St. I.oun Republican.)
Washington-, March 31. The total
expenses ol the Sioux war were $2,312,-530."
This does not, of course, include tho
lives of Custer and his companions, or
the precious blood shed In all the skirm
ishes and combats before and fo that
awful massacre. II the Sioux war had
been unavoidable; if it had been actu
ally forced upon us by n faithless and
vindictive enemy whom the government
bad always treated well, the expenditure
ot money and blood It caused might have
been contemplated without self-reproach.
But that war was brought ou by
our own fault aud folly; by own shame.
lul InJustiCB, The Sloiu had rhrhts
which the government did not choose to
respect. The Houx had promises which
the governmtn' did not choose to fulfil.
The Sioux lud land which the govern
ment would nut let alone. They pro
tested and petltbnctl through every chan
nel that was op;ued to them, and finding
protests a.id ietitionsot no avail they
appealed toarn9. Providence in their
case, as in so many oth.-rs, was.'-on the
side of tho Wrongest battalions;" and the
Sioux were tiially whipped. How long
they will stay whipped depends upon
the policy and lians of Sitting Bull.
It is too late : expect that the govern
ment will chaige Its views in repird to
tho managemeit of Indian aHiiirs, but
the inanity of that management and the
disastrous resii ts thereof are none the
less apparent. How much cheaper, how
much better ioi nil concerned, it we dealt
with the indiai; honestly and honora
bly? How mudi sin, shame and su tier
ing we might hive been spared if we had
always kept oir word with these poor
children ot natire? II tho Black hills
were a solid mass ol gold they would not
be worth the price we have paid lor
mem; Tor honor, honesty, truth and
justice are mom 'ban gold and we have
sacrificed them all.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
o. (, B'iojui, street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Koad Running Two
Daily Trues from Cairo.
MT. CARBON (Big Muddy)
Traine Leave Cairo
l-'inp.'n. !''i-t Express, arriving In St.
Louis ,vio p. xu.; Chicago, a.m. '
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE i'AST LINE
ArrWine. n Ctcctnnatt S:3n, a.m.: Loi.ls
viil, mU'i, a.m.; Indi uiapoli.-, 4.15 o.m.;
ra-tjnger- by mis train arrive hi above
Ord rs for Coal by th-; car-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for ehinment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers acd all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uaiform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlceon whan tioit. foot of fiuttl street.
Oflloa Of Halllil.V Urnlhar
Charla Hofc-K ' "'
tf) pUn Alil'.a, Txentieth atrwt.
loal Dump, t'wjt of I liirty-eitfnth street,
I utt OuiTe drawer J
Under this act. an? Ti.n ,pt,.i fr,.
twDilavsorpHtdp.!,atim in one lutlln, In the
war Ol lSl-'. M ecti, teil l. atiitnulnn nt ,,..
mon h from da' of approval ,! act. Widowanf
each eoltlien as heveiiiH alisr ainiitar servii-.s,
no . matter what was Uie d:ite of marriage to the
toIUier, are entitle! to the same iiemion. -N-j
Otncr parties nre enlitli.il.
All ls2 penaioners timnn",! from the rf.lM t.n
aceoitnt of alleged diahyalty are rioloret by
Ap),licattons must he cxecuteil hcl'.j.e an olli
cer ol a court ol icccj'd.
Beret to us lor Vy informnt:on or U.mki
n-flr'i. (,l I.MOHK & i:o..
No. Ci r-et., N. W. Wnshmtoii, I). C.
OF OTflEH EOUTZ.
1 "0;p. n Ka-t Mail wiiji ncepern attach
ed, for ST. LOUIS aiel CllICAt.O,
airltin; in St. loul at H-M a.m. Chi
cago at 4J:o p.m. Cimoeeting at OJin
e Kihngham lor Cindmutl, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fu-u-tctn by this lioo go through to
trie haft without any di:iy cau.t;d hy
ftunduy intervening. .
rtio UATUKDAY AKTKirXOON TKAIX
, KliOM CAIRO Al'.KlVKS IN N K W
VOKK MUNUAY .MOIWIMI
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Ob' A.Vf OTIIKft KOL'TK.
Advcrtir;o:nenu of competing linos that
they iuke better time Than this one, are
arc IkuhiI either through fgnorancu cr a
desire to mislead the public.
tor through tiekets and Information,
tpi-iy at liilieus Centr.il U. K. Depot, Cairo.
TIIAI.V4 AHKtVa AT ( AU.J
CrprciiS Ii'.j p m
Ijo - 4:ia.m.
Cteu'l Southern AxtJ
J. !I. Jlies. Ticket Airt.
E. N. Freshman & Bro'3
lSii W. fourth St.,
I INUNNAII, O.
Are author d to reeive advectirmrnts icrtlii.
iacr. Katiiuatet furnianH nun upon ajipllcatiim
.sen,I twoiumifor rrnr A'lvcrtirr's Manual.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BUST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
0RA1TGE3, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale and Retail.
dt the Old Delmotdoo Hold.
An. 68 Ohio Ya'tee
111 I I1T tail H
ina ilfMt. Clil'u. firf IV tan, nf Jt
SfS., ki .. Vr'""'", h,l"l.n .l-,i.
IMr.HvaMnf ln.in.i milk ton.. t,.,l UiKil.w.l i. rr,v.
uTIiVElfiTLJ? '""' m' t,l,u i"H
LAi'ir.a M fUtnl MiJ nflv C-uk I huial cl tuU-
.ad lani . ..fl. .....
rltltM vt aal mAtfaihl. hatf.lV
ScICT'HE AN AGKNCY ANI
"The Kvcr Ueady and Never Out of Order''
FOR I'OMKSTIC USE.
W 1 III TAIILK AND FIXTUKKS COM
J'l.KiK KKDLCKU 'J
A pcrlcet and uocojialed, liirffe, Mront;
ami uuraote mncoine, eoniriicteu elegant
am! koklld, from the bent material with
iiiatiiciuiiticui precision, lor connliiiit faml
ly use or manuiiicturniif purpose". Al.
ways ready ut amonjeni'H notleo to do it
UAy'n work, never out ol order und will last
a generation wun iuotlernt care; ou-y to
uudcrstaDd and tnanaKCjIdit.nniooiheand
w uiriuiuinK, iiKe me wei.re;uiaif-d niovn
iuBuiui aiiun wa(en:Himpio, compnet, enl
..lent nnd reliahlo. with all tho valuahln tn;-
proveiuenis to he found in tho hiKbent-
l"' miatmuci", vrnnauieu 10 (10 11)1) Kami)
work tho ;tmn way, and at rapidly and
mnoothly an a ") mnchino. An acknowl
edged triumph of ingenious meehHOiuid
Nkllt, emnthiily the working woiniin'e
inenci, mni ir in aavnni'e of all ordinary
uiui nine:, mi mivimiB Birrnyin, ruiiiiiiinn
and Kenerul iiielulnpNH; will bora, tuek.foll
eam,iuilt, hind, hrald. eord. -ruthir. rut
It flail plult, lold,eollop, roll, einhrold-
er, runup tireaotim, etc. witk wonderllll
rapidity, lieatnesH and eiwe; Kewi the
Hironiiest i.wtinK "titch equally tine and
hniotlm throuch all kinds ot k.kmIh lrom
cnmoric to tcvcrui lliltKneBjc.H ot ihm,:.
eloih or leather with fine or coar.- col ton,
liiwu, silk or twine. iJivonpurfoot Hilinfttn
tion. M'illeiiro Its coet Ntverul thuea over
In n se.mon in the work it does, or make a
'oou living tor any man or woman who
deidroh to Uo It for that purpOKi workx ko
lauuiui nnu easy toe aervaata or chllilren
em li -e it without damage, Prieo of ma
i hine, fully eiiiipped tor family work, with
lU'ht tahlt), rtduecd to only ':o. Hull Cne,
ver, Hide Drawerx and Cahlnet Styloa
eaeh at correapondlngly low rate. Hale
ilolivery fruaraoteed lire from dannico.
KapUnatorypaaiphlenilliiritrated With en
KravlnKRotlhevertatyli of machines,
refcroiioea, variety of aewlnir, etc., nmllod
tree. Coulldentl il teiroi with libera! In
dueemeuta to enferpallnr clcrpymen,
tcachotn, htnluoiw mpn, travollnif or local
ntientn. etc., who dmdro excluaive a)tnnla,
fnral'hctt ooaoplleatlon. AddraaaJohn H
Kendill A Co., 4l!l Brwidwav, N. Y.
a n iy
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levoe.
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Mcr.--S.aij fir lis Bnsh,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, ETeatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
TheElgia Korosono Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, C' rrodo or Broak.
Every family should have
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commehded by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rad? Street Cars and Hotels.
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome ftfe fi
Qnrt ft A oil Minn CTw a r t DiirMn I' .n . ty t ' '
nv4 itibggui uiy I ui I limp,
Manufactured by Wilson and ( ;.o,
Eveden. We sell at their orlces tamM ' i.
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, EarthVs and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHUJE
"Lat week I houehta lOeent package of tVahhine and done mv washing In one hall
the UMiai time at le-a thin halt the con ot Hoap. Jly clothe, were whher. I did not
have to rub them, and it dH not fhrink my woolen-, and for onee I waa enabled to cet a
hot dioner on Monday, to ladlea try it, and you will .ive labor, time and money, it U
perfectly nfo to uso It.
5 and 10 cent FackagOR.
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
5 W 7LD2II
Jti.' tfUl JL 1119
Wholesale and Retail at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-0f EaS8urabmaty!ftnc
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 Al
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
Tho Bost Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills(
Malaria King, and all Atruo Mori fni mac.
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters nrfrl fAnnfa. -nm-.v.A.
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paner
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polt3h
me Iniportcil B!n.y Kuiu, Njlei.dld-CauiMla Tnr
Soup English ami American Nonp-Fine Ini
ported Jlaiidliereliivf Extra?. In origi- - "
mil KottlcH or In Ilroken Qnantl-
tiei aw wanted nt loir irleen. - " ' "j
Muj Your Drugs
At Barclays' Drug Sforo.