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r, s. o. v.
. a. i. wir,-
. Southern Grand
decision of (he
itiee, to be held
r announce :U..KI1M
foounty, as acandidaUtj
court, tourtn aistr.c.,
.slon of the Democratic
. at Uulra.ia, May low,
lo antiounoo V. C. Le-
Countv. a a canncaie
flute Court, fourth ilKUict,
Hhi ilorjuinn of the Uillio-
LlleJ to meet at O-.tmlia,
i ti la
Russia aro at "sword B
. ...(.:,. .
railroad funding bill will bi'
e as that la tlio tenntc. wlirro
i two-thirds voted for It.
ma Uie general opinion that An-
lorrackanl will bo appointed as
tor at New Orleans. Soeretarv Slier-
faTorlnsr the former while l'ackard
acked by tbe balance of tho cabinet
about all tho Republican members
Stilson Hctchi.ns ot the Washington
Dally Tost' has purchased the 'Na
tional Union', newspaper started
la Washington as an adminlstra
Hon organ somo months aro by ex
Congressman John Lynch and otlr
ore, now issues his paper lrom the
old 'Globe' building under tho name ol
the Test and Union.'
The reason for the recognition tf the
Diaz government ol Mexico by the gov
ernraent of the United States are, says
a Washington dispatch, "that It has
shown a disposition to arrange ail mat
tors In dispute between tho two govern
ments, and given evidence of its earnest
ness la that direction, haying among
other things sent ietleral troops to the
Irontler to preserve peace, thus supplant
ting the lnelfloto.it militia. Consequent
ly, no raids have occurred on the Rio
Grande for the lat thrco months,
certainly none of serious cliaracter.
Besides, tho Mexican government has
promptly paid, as they became due. two
instalments of Mexican indemnity
amounting to $000,000 and recently the
Mexican general checked an attempt at
Matamoraa to levy lorced loans on
American citizens. There have been no
other such attempts for some months
paataud every precaution will be taken to
preven.tthom In the future. Further, the
Mexican government expresses a read!-
uce iu cuicr upou negotiations ior me
adjustment ot all questions in dispute."
Sskator Eaton made a speech in the
. Benato the other day touching the IcgaN
ity of the illegal arrest of ono Ilcnj.
Noyes in Washington City. Tho per
sonal liberty of the citizen la in practice
as little regarded In tliis country as in
any other country enjoying thebeneilts
of civilization. The "enjoyment of life,
liberty and thojpursuitof happiness" is a
phrase we read ot in books ; and listen to
la political speeches. The notable change
la the practice of the government com
menced with the war, and at the close of
tho war the old order of things should
have been . restored. Senator
Eaton made an interesting and able
speech, but ono fpeech Is not
enough. This Is ono ol tho subjects
which Democratic senators and repre
sentatives should keep before congress
until relief la bad. The question whetto
er Noyes is guilty oi crime as charged
or not, Is not In i teclt of vital import
ance. But It is of the highest importance
that the citizen sliall be absolutely
secure in his person and his property
until the law, operating through its usual
channels, takes away that security. We
do not need and we ouirbt not to tolerate.
at bucu wuivb iu uiuec, uiu uruiiuiry Br
. t a. nn a 1. 1 1 it.
rests. and imprisonments of fittcen years
ago. The 'littlo bell" ot Secretary
' Reward is not a lit part ol the machinery
OUB PA&IS LETTER.
Obi Kxpoilllon Ureunda lilrtla
Ejr vuw from ike Bridge ut jenn
Mftklasr; tbe Ariaaiutaure ol Oar
Naxa-aloor HeiKbbara l tie A marl
cm Aait x BatnlUrrnl Iltlajr of
atfc-i-lealtarat ProtlarU-A Inlm-anl
VhllilllaaJtri;t.a...k.H. a a.
. aa . - - - ..vianpnnfl,.rrri.
IcMBt VraaU M Aaalal" at the Opes
- as-lllaad Uoaalp-I.tc, Kt.
(From Our Ittgu-'u CntBiK)ndtnt. 1
( llonfi. u Loik.sk, Paris, March 25t
1878. Dans la nuit, tons les chats sout
grey," (In the nlghtitlme, all cats look
gray.) Is a lavorite French proverb,
which Is particularly applicable to ex
positions, it seems to me. Standing on
the bridge ol Jena, which, by the way,
Is now undergoing enlargement, and
looking across the (jual d' Orsay and up
Avenue D' Europe, in the Champ de
Mars, tho object presented to view Is a
huge mast of scaffolding, timbers and
cross-Umbers, derricks, ropes and pul
leys, and workmen scattered, like ants,
all over and about these; precisely as we
saw It at Philadelphia In 1870, at Vienna
la 1873, and at this Identical
not In 18G7. In the irrev twlllo-tit
ol a spring evening, It would,
Inttttd, be difficult to distinguish the
-r - - n w - F " -
diflersncejM throughly are all the salient
points of architecture, which give In
dividuality, oovere a up oy tne scaooid
lng and wore It not ior the mllltary-
looJuug Ma mouitached gonuarmcs
tattooed at tbe eotrancci to tho exposi
tion ' froundi, whose docldoly . French
pbyBlognomlcs found no counterpart
cither at Philadelphia or at Vienna, one
might easily lancy hlmsclt transposed to
Falrmount park In December, 1875, or
to tho Prater In 173.
Tho atorcsald gendurn.es are, however,
not only ornamental, but useful, their
function being to keep all who have no
card ol admission from the exposition
grounds. Through the courtesy oi Mr.
T. It. Pickering, one of our assistant
commissioners, who arrived in Paris a
few days ago, I had been furnished with
this requisite, ami, therefore, found no
dilllculty In gaiuing. admission. It had
been raining tho day beloro, tbe grounds
were very sloppy, muddy, and altogeth
er inimical to Parisian polished boots.
Huge girders lay scattered across tlio
paths leading to the main entranco, bo
twecn which other privileged visitors
wero carefully picking their way. A
short distance to tho kit ol tho enter
ance, a huge cage-looking structure may
bo discerned behind which Austrian
workmen, smoking enormous tobacco
pipes while they work, arc engaged In put
ting together tho Irarae of the Austro
llungarmn liouso. A stone's throw lrom
them aro Norwegian carpenters putting
up a yellow pine structure In tho pecu
liar style ot architecture ot tho land ol
Tlior, and still further southward wo
pass the Swiss workmen, who are cons
structing a charming little chalet, the
C'hineso and Japanese, who aro prepar
ing most gorgeous and grotesque show
cases, all resplendent with curving and
gliding, and the Turks who, notwith
standing their war with Russia, have
found time to erect a handsome little
cliirsque from which the banner with the
half-moon flouts ever so saucily,' as if
the czar hadn't suid "Turkey" once!
The annex now in course of construc
tion for the United States will cover 10,
000 square feet, which la additional to
the space allotted us in the main build
ing. A short wing connects this annex
with the main navo or alley, just buck
ol the. Swedish and Nor
wegian section?, who will be our next
door neighbor. The motive power for
the American machinery division will be
furnished by a very tine steam engine of
one hundred horse power, manufactur
ed by Jerome Wheelock, of Worcester,
Mass., which compares very. fuyoi ably in
flni.Ii, If not in size, with.thc giant Corl
hse ngine that f urnishci the motive pow
er in Machinery hall at our Philadelphia
exhibition. A shaft from the engine
will pass through tho agricultural annex
for the purpose oi showing the agricul
tural machinery exhibited there in mo
tion. Tho greatest attraction In this
section, however, will bo a magnificent
display, , prepared by the agricultural
department at Washington, oi cereal
and other agricultural products from all
the states and territories of tho Union,
artistically arranged to form a terrace,
which will bo surmounted by the coat of
arms ot tho United States,
A large number of American publish
ers and nowspupcr proprietors, follow
ing out tho idea originated by Messrs.
Longmans, of London, Wiley, oi Mew
York, Dea, of Philadelphia, and Prong
of Boston, are now completing arrange
ments, througli their representative
here, tor a special and very complete ex
hibit, which will include specimens of
nearly all tho more Important peri
odical and other publications that hayo
made their appearance iu the United
States since we became an lndepcdent
nation; and tho old Idea of a universale!
tubmen or newspapers will be very
nearly, it not quite carried out this year,
All the powers, even to the king of slam,
have mudo prearation to show the public
tbe state ot the press In their respective
countries, and it is to bo hoped that wo
will hot bo backward in coming forward
on this occasion, but givo our lull quota
In quality no less than in quantity.
As the opening oi the exhibition ap
proaches, it becomes a question oi not a
littlo importance whether sufficient
means have been provided to transport
visitors to the Champ de Wars easily and
without fatigue. At Philadelphia, rail
ways, street cars, steamboats and orani
buses conveyed as many as 275,000 per'
sens in a single day to Falrmount park;
but 1 am very much afraid that the
Parisian means of rapid transit will be
found inadequate. The Parisians are In
tho habit of waiting patiently lor their
turn for hoars together (this they call to
fairo quene, or "from a pigtail"
and have a wholesome respect for omni
bus conductors and. in fact, for all per
sons in uniform. Tbe klea that a car or
omnlbnicanbe entered in a free-and-easy
style as one enters a car or tbe
theatre, has never entered their heads ;
but strangers, and especially strangers
from oar side of the water, are less "civ
ilized" and will hardly submit without a
murrner to waiting three hours at an
omnibus bureau, as the ParUhins hayo
uono irom umo immemorial on race
days. It Is truo that new tramway lines
are being constructed, and a railway
station adjoins the exposition grounds at
tho Porte do Grencllc; but the railway
route is very circuitous, and 1 am afraid
that tlio tramways, or our llncp, will
prove Insufficient. Nons verons 1
General Grant, who Is now In Rome,
will return to Marseilles about the mid
dle oi April, and has signified his Inten
tion to be present at the opening cere
monies on tlio 1st of May next Among
tbe celebrities who will be on hand on
that occasion are the khodlvo oi Egypt,
the prlnco of Wales, King Christian the
lth oi Denmark, King George oi
Greece, (It there will be any Greece left
by that time) the duke of Edinburgh and
rung uumueri oi imiy, under whose
patronage. an International exhibition
will be held at Milan next jcar.
' A MAN OF A THOUSAND.
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MBlviaaa bmih af. M. rfaJUBMB BSaa aiaawair4...
..a, aMsiMuuy aus a arsiMua sf IMias
saipvkleBssraa alSMlrshUB. ul .i.u .a.. ,
P npi m iw tumy it pay sipwiM,
mau, im,s tl tat ausuas.
twtA alll - ' a a a a,a . .
.W- n-. ,wmm a Hwa ma wwmf tttrt,
. Adrtrras. f 3iAll vwr-r a,
i,Q3t Oac Hi,, IW uaujug Uili ptjur,
Tha following Cur to probably tha most
remarkable avar affected by any medl
,. cat preparation for tha treatment of
nitfm,-I hereby Mr tiff that T hid Ca
tarrh for un years, and lor the last m Tears htva
been a terrlbln tunerer. I wn rendcroil partially
doef, had buutng In the head, paint aemaa the tern
pie. dliiy apll, weak ami painful eyet, iwolleti
and ulcerated tonalla, hard and eonatant couiih,
evere pain acrou the cheat, and every Indication
of eonnumptton. My bead ached all the time. The
natter accumulated eo rapidly In Diy bead anil
throat that I could not keep them free. Frequently
at Dlitht I would aprlii out of bed, It teemed to
me, at the point of autroratlon. I would tln'n bare
recourse to erery mranaln my power to dlalodro
the miicna from my throat and head before bnuir
able lo tleup aiialu. For a porlod of all yean my
tontlli wero ulcerated and o much Inflamed that I
could with dlfflcultyawallow. 1 Onallycooaultedan
eminent aurifeon In rKril to an operation on them.
rumination and ulceration In my throat cauaeil by
the polaonoun matter dropplnjr down from my head
b ad ao Irritated and InflaiUfd my lunKtthat Icoua li
ed Inceatantly, a deep, hard rongh. Meanwhile
my ayatuui hegantoahowthe efTecUofthladlaena.',
en that 1 loet Aitab, vrew pale, and ahoweU every
eymptom of an early death by consumption. When
uu, b inn ruiuct ptHtinuiiuci i. , ne conaiftui in
niuiierit nan re acneuirnHBifttf, or eooutatx months
hko, 1 began the uo of Sanvukxi'i Kadioal Cuhb
von Catabub. After OBlnir thanratbottli. I hviran
to Improve rapidly.
1 ho It ret dose Baemed toclear
my head at I bad not known It to be for years. It
seemed Rradunlly to arrest the discharges. It
ttoiptd my couyi in three lav. By uMnir It is a
r:arK)el soon reduced the Intlnnimatfon and twell
ng of my tonalls, bo that they soon ceased to trouble
mo. The soreness across mv cheat disappeared,
tho buzzing nolaes In my head ceased, ray senses iA
si'i lng and of hearing were completely restored,
and every symptom or dlseaae that had reduced me
to the vt'rge uf the Krave disappeared by the uau
of Saktuhu'i Radical t.'rna roa Catarrh.
I buvu been thus explicit beesuse, as adrugprlrt,
I have seen a Brent deal of sullerlnir from C'atui rh,
anil hop to couvlucu many that this I a greut
1 am familiar with tbe treatment of Catarrh at
practised by the bent pliyslclaue, ami have consult
ed tlio moat eminent abuut my case. J have uaeil
every kind of remedy and apparatus that have ap
peared durlim a period of sl years past, and have,
while following their use, taken im'al care of my
general health, put obtained no relief or encourage
lueut from any of them.
UosTOK, Fvb. IU 1B,5. GEO. P. DLVSMOBB.
-Then personally appeared the said George F.
Iiliktnnre, and nmilc nuth that the foregoing slate
tucut by lilin inleril''d la true, lli fore me,
eivTil J, TU1MAS, Justlcuof tuePejco.
Fach p-irkfigeo-.tn'rii Dr. Ponford't Improver!
IiihallDL' Tube, r ltli mil directions for uu In sll
ciue'S. ri'lcu.rl.UO. tor Bale by all Wholesale and
ftntall DrugglDta throughout tlio United Htr.tr-,
r.r-iva ruri r.u, utrnerut Age
I Agents and hole-
Bale urugglta, Huston, Muss.
AfTords the 'most grateful relief In all
Affections of tho Chest and Lungs.
CHROMIC PLEURISY CURED..
Mert.TEitK & ToTTiiit! d'titlrmen,-Flavin
for many months puat Buttered with a very laiuo
Bide, called by my pliy.ivlan thronlc Plenrlrv.
caused by aformcr Injury and strain, and fur which
I used many prescriptions and llnlmeuta.ns well m
tho an-calleii rheumatic cures, without tho lcnt
bcnellt, mv plivslclun recomnn nilcd one of your
Collins voltaic) I'LAsruini, which, to my great
surprise, relieved the p:iln anil toreness almost ni.
mediately, and I havo been able t' nltend to my
household nlfalrB ever alncewlth perfect ease nnl
cunifort, whereas, before tho application of your
Invaluable l'lnster, I wua seurcely able to do any.
thing. 1 coml'lcr them Inestiinnlile.nnd shall wltti
pleasurn recouuuend the n t the utllicteil. Voms
respectfully, Man. FIlAN'CtS UAlUilMA.N.
OkLAl, Mo., April a, 1310.
There Is no medical or protective appliance that
will prove ho grntcml and etteetive In Tickling
Coughs, Irritation and Bon nes of the Chest anil
l,urn. We believe them cupahlo ol ircveuUui
ecrluus uise&scB ofllicco organs.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Tin not confound Ihese Plasters with the ordinary
rlaKters of the day, ttiul by comparison urunb.a
Dj careful to obtain rot.i.txg' VoltaipPlastiir,
A combination of Electric or Voltaic VUU
with a highly Medicated Master, a neen In the
above cut. Sold by all Wholesale and Iictsll Drug.
(lists throuehout the Fnlted K'ntea and Canadas.
and by WhLUa ii I'OTTLli, l'roprielum, Dostun,
To Inventors & Manufacturers
Gilmore,Smith & Co.
Solicitor of Patents and Attorney! at
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No Fees in Advance, nor until a Patent
is allowed. iVo Fees for making Pre
Special attention given to Interference
Cases before tbe Patent OBlce, Infringe
ment Suits in the difle.-ent States, and al
litigation appertaining to Patents or In
Said Stamp for Pamphlet of Sixty Pages
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CS9 F. Si ., Washington, D.
I'UNO. ORGAN best. If Uo
Stamina news. Organti 12 uniiia i6
i iunos oniy jiw. iOJiauvni. Vircuiura rree
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and all way landings.
The elegant Bldo-wbocl atnuner
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alt B. PiK) ihoto Master
HAHLEU lltNNIHGTOrl tier
I Will Hove Cairo every WKDNESDAYal
. o'ulouk v. iu.
Tbe Unit tlcamrr
Lcayes Cairo every BATUUDM.
Ktcb boat makes eloa eonnectlonB at Calto
With flrtt-cJaas Bteaiuers for tit. Iouls, Muiu-
ublt aul New OrUna. and at Kvansvillo wltb
the B. A C. K. H. tot all point North an J Kant,
and with the Lotilavllle Mall Htvaiuvre fot.all
polnta oa tbe Upper Ohio, Rtvlna; tliroitRb re-
oBlntii on ttelghUt and pasaungun to all oluu
or uxtner tnrormition aiiy to
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UALUDAY BHOI4., t Xmnt.
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Or to tW, U1UMMER,
4nperuttari(iui.t and Oenenl freight Ageat,
lO-t-'JO-U. .. . . . TantVIlU Indiana.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils. Varnishes
(VaU Papar, Window Glass, Win
dow Bhadea. &o.
tVlwart oa band. U oeUbrattsl lUumlnaU
Oornat Blavanth Straat and Waahl
, ton Aana
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Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line o( Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
z Ladles' and Misses' lioota,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Spcciul attention irlven to Country trade.
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Passengers by this train arrive at above
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fasscngers by this line go through to
tbe East .without any delay oaused by
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nv aw iiTrrKK wr..iT!
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" 14 Arrives K. St, Loula t ,M p. in
MurpnyBboro Accotiimoilation Leaven
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Nurpliyslwro Accomodation arrives at
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Mtirpnviboro AccoiuiuiHlatiun Uavi-a
murpiiyiuoro.. . 5;&0 a.m
luriiliysboro AccomiiiiKlation arrives
uttulro at J2.2Sp.in
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ILK is tlm ALL KAIL KOUTK In-
twirn Cairo and 8t. Louis under one man
Rgeniunt ; therefore there are no delays at way
taiiuns awaiting connections irom omcr noes.
Pas-MiBf ra Cdlnu Nurlli. Nnrlhenst and Wmt
elioulil not buy lu.ir tickrU until they hava ex
amined our rales and route
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It. J. FINK, (.ienwal Agent, Cairo, 111.
SAFFORI) MORRIS, -;
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up.staira,
The OldeBt Eitalillihad Agency in Bouthsr
Illinois, tod representing over
185 OOO O0O
sad Mirphl.i. bahll shKiluVlf sn4
UaVart .laiiin fl nartlmilats, Br. tjarV.
too. Ml Kaalilias'luu BKiCil'H'o
aia, ..I.Ml ,a,ln .aa. ,.n talla
-Qcner , . .a
Goods at the Lowest Pries
Clot ha, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gcnta' Roots ami Shoes
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LIHV. Penviofftnt MirniM
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Atldri H. 4. Gt AM' l O.,
Uvon 8w C'lMUtatUi, Ukj
A meat imnrovement I A soothing. hculinL',
on the ordinary porous itrengtbeninK and pain
piaster, Killing agcni in one.
The manttCaoturcrt receiv'd the highest anil only
award given to I'oroiis 1'las tors at (lie Centennial.
We warrant Henson'g Ciipcine Plasters to be su
perior to ail other 1'oroui t'laslors and to nil lini
mcnte. Ask Those Who
Ask any physician if Ittmson'e Capcine Porous
Plaster is not the best plaster in the world. This
remarkable article was Invented to overcome tb
great objection always found to the ordinary Po
rous .'lamer of slow action in bringing relief.
Fur I -.me and Weak Back, Rheumatism, TroU'
blcBof ilie t-piue and Kidueys, it is a truly Won
derful remedy. I'hvsiciana evervwliere xtuf
nize its great superiority toother fortius i'lan
ten and to all liniments. It relieves pain at
onoeanu cures qutaker than any auowa piuter,
There are dangerous and worthlsas immitationn
ot lienson 1 Caicine blaster in tha market, i he
genuine have tin word Caiciue cut throtlgU eacu
planter, ooia uy All urugglsts. rncexoo.
All raff erera from thit disease)
xloust o be cured should try Or. Ktee
nor's Celebrated ConsiunpUve I'owdorn.
These powders are the only preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
diseases of the tbroat and lungs indeed,
so strong is our faith in them, and also to
convince you tnat tnoy are no numnng, we
win ior war u vo every suuorer, by niai
postpaid, a free trial box.
Wo don't want your money until you are
ferfectly satisfied ot their curative pHWcrs.
I you life is worth saving, don't delay In
giving tneso powucrs a trial, at) may wil
surely cure you.
frtce, for largo box, X sent to any part
f the United Slates or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
ASH ft BOBBINS,
360 Fulton Street. Urwoklvn, IN. Y
t .Tonesvilli, Mich. Dec. 37, 1ST7. Mesnrs.
Fowlea : 1 lent you SO cts. tr two boxes ol
Ci moo's Salva. I have had two and have used
'.hem on an ulcer on tuy foot, and it is aliuust
well. JloepeaUullyyous,C. J. Tan Keas.
Trice 2.1 cents a boa at all druggists, or fent by
nuuloawoeiptor M cents. Prepared by Heth
W Vowle A Sons, 85 Uarriioa avenue, ISostuu ,
lliiiai Cil; Ctmsrelal-CQllsgs
St Louis, Mo.
' asUtMed in 16S9.)
7E0S. A. BICZ, A. X.L. L.B..
IAS. kick, A. K.. H'rinclunli
j, n. uuawuuiia,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP.' S8I 00
MOST Complete, Thorough and Practice
course ol Htuily la th United Suites a
course indispenaibla lo every young ntaa am
barking on the awioflifti. v.:
Tor XUnitrated Circular,
' Address, '
THUS. A. RICK. A. M., L. It.,
Oell4-d1T "v'" Friisldent.
fjwsnfs. W'"'V to Aauiit..rtmitatii)io. Ii,i
XlMiJttBiilirla,0. t .Worth l r,.Ht,J.oiils.Mn
iaer A brills. aiOO a nw.TTj
Id to food Aa-enU. auiwr tkiiat
s.. idims osinir our Mm. a
IU Au.7J C'n ft. LouU, IU
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveo.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stroot
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-All Colors Ready
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil. Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, andDeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"La.t wook I bought a 1(5 cent packsce of Waslilne ami done my washing in one ball
the usual time at less than hall tbe cost ol hoap. My clothe, wero whiter. I dij not
have to rub them, anil it dM Dot shriek my wooloni, and for once I wan enabled to gel a
hot dinner on Monday. Bo ladles tiy It, and you will nave labor, time and mnncy. It 11
perfectly safe to use It. . , AiKS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' StSLb"00
i ... i .
German Syrup and August Flower
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Choap
houlder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses. All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Buy Copperas, Blue tono Indigo, Madder,
French, English and American Perfumery
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and nm. n "At DimaVinn
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
.raper nags, Wrapping Paper and Twino
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and tovo Polish
Pure Imported Hay Ituiu, hplcuaid-Canada Tar
alnnn ara-i -. a
muusmiui uiiu American NoaH Fine Im
ported Handkerchief KxtractM in origi
nal Ilottles or In Broken uantl
. tl m wanted at low prlccN.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window G-lass, Putty
Ior Its Brash.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Cars and Hotels.
Buy "WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Blacking. Stove Blacking-
wax Flower and Artists' Materials
of Almanacs Freo to Al
The Best Sarsaoariila and Blood Purifier
and all Atme Modi
At Barclays' Drug Storo.