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W. fCbc'hcciers, Editor an J ruWisbw,
'., VOt CUM StTFKMI COWT, .. O. .
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rLKRK OF THK llTKtl.TK COIHT-
w. . mhorU"! mnniiiK HAUIWS
far tiaras be IA fj"'JI1,'",,,i,e Democratic
Ws an .ulhorM in announce W. C. L
r.KiTnK. of tiiiKlim County, u raniliit
terkVrf Oli Appellsw Court, fouith .Iblm.
iiiuo JUvcnuon sal! to uNrt .1 W-'ml.a,
Mar iwh. l7a. lino
Passage or the Ktvrr and Harhor
Hill by the . llonne Thit Kw Or
leans lollcftorsblp-Tlte Blair
Washington, April 22.-The river
.and harbor till went through the house
tosdav with a bis majority aud niucli.ccm.
tusion. Mr. Cox ot Now York led in the
lis-ht Ririiliiat the bill, and bad a follow
iusr of about . lxty votes, equally
. taken from the Kepubllcaiis and
nmnnn.U. AlU-T the bill hud
Iwvtt ussstd ilr. Cox bolii'lit
to have read a written protest Mi'ueJ by
3ouio of those who voted in the negative
and over this there was great conlusion
Iha l.M,j tlnullv silinurniiis wittl atl UP'
tuv j a
peal pending iroui the dticisiou of tne
bpeaker, which waa to allow the protest
to be read as part ot Mr. Cox's rjumrks
on question oi pnvuege. ma i"'
ofrnnr. Mr. V.ilmunds Will llnht tlie Mil
in tha sonaiA until it is niuteriatiy cut
Uown, as he did tlie hill oi Hie tirst see
slon of last congress.
TUK SKW ORLEANS COLLIiCTOHSUIl'.
TUc president lias decided to send in the
riaiucol Ueo. Smith, editor ol the Shreve
port, La., Telegrain' for collector at New
Orleans, lie is recommended by Wells
aud Anderson ot the returning board.
Thidecison was reached alter the presi
dent lnlorincd Wells and l'ackard that
neither the latter nor Auderson would
beappotuted. tjnutli is a carpet-baager
from Vermont, and was ouce in con
gress since lie removed to Louisiana. It
is not expected tbitt he will he confirm
ed, and if he is rejected it is understood
tlie president will uot send in any other
name this season, by which course Aud
crson would as deputy collector be left
virtually in chartro of the office until
next winter. If he is con firmed Ander
son will still be the power behind the
throne. l'ackrd thinks Smith will be
rejected, as thellepuhlieans in the senate
are determined to hold the oilioe open tor
him. Smith is now hero working with
Wells in the scheme that worthy has uns
TUK Bl-AIH IlKSOI.CTIO.Ns.
The Montgomery lllalr resolutions
were relerred to-day without a murmur.
( iartield made no eilorts to secure the
ayes aud noes, which ho demanded last
Monday, lie has consulted with party
friends who were wiser than he in the
Baltimoiu:, Md. I have used Dr
Bull's cough syrup personally and In my
family for twojor three years, aud am
prepared to say that there is nothing to
compare to It as a remedy tor coughs,
colds, etc. James Corrie, Dentist.
Tho Mississippi Eiver.
The question as to making an appro
priation for leveeing the Mississippi river
may be regarded as disposed of bv the
present session of congress. A bill has
boon reported recommending a survey
of tho river, which is a great gain to
ward reclaiming the overflowed lands
In BDeaklng of the proposed survey, the
St. Louis 'Bepublican' says:
The river from St. Louis to the guli
' is regarded as a continuous strewn, re
nuirinir treatment as a whole; not t
stxeam cut into sections which may be
treated separately, ana wunoi.t any
special reference to each other. The
commission is to make a careful survey
of the whole river between the points
named, prepare a plan with accompany-
Ing estimates, which is to be submitted
to congress, and when approved by that
body will be taken a? a guide in ail work
dona hereafter. This will insure that
harmony ol action which is indispensa.
ble to the perniunent improvement ol
the great national highway. It will
bring order outot confusion, aud irive
' a regular system where hitherto there
has been only disconnected and spas
modic effort. It will prevent the throw
ing away of money in useless cxperi-
ments, and put every dollar where it
will do the most goou. When thy sur
vey is extended to tho upper Missippl,
as we presume it evidently will be, thea
the gigantic task ot which it is the pre
liminary step may be considered fairly
under way, with every prosprcct of suc
cessful completion. The composition of
the commission Is nut objectionable,
Three army engineers and two civilians
the latter seclected tor their familiarity
with tho river will make a first-class
board; providing, of course, the very
best material Is chosen, i'oliiicul lnllu
ence and the locution of the candidates
"should bare nothing to do with the
choice. I're-eniinent fitness uiunt bf
- toe only recommendation. If it
, , u not, the commiaslou is an assured
failure In advauce. Two years, the time
which it U thought the survey will oe
-cUpy, is none too long for the work to be
done. Indeed, If that work Is dono In
the proper manner aud fully completed
' tuithin the period specilled, the couiuns-
itnnara will have no idle moments. It Is
altogether the largest river survey ever
attempted, and Its importance equals its
elze. While unnecessary delays ought to
be- avoided, nothing should be sacriilvcd
lor the take ol haste. Mississippi im
provement can allord to wait, but it can
not aflord to risk thu consequences ot a
Mnnrler. Better go Blowly and surely
than niDldly and doubtfully. About one
i thine, however, there need bo no delay
IY -ii Vha lioUSf HllOlllJ tt&ss Mm hill na
oon possible, aud the senate act with
equal promptness. The amendments, if
there are to DO any, uouiu uu uruugm
MMiril and adopted at once. The com
mission ought to commence operations
- honro the summer Is over, and will il
rew does its duty."
: ' FOBEIGN NEWB.
aaa MuMloa Bclwccn RiinIii nnl
A TBBKATliMNO UOIUOX.
Lomoom, April 22,-In spite of negotia
tlool concerning tho slmultauoous wIUi-
' ilrawal Of tne i-DgiiEii ncci anu jtuscmu
tyfM from tho nciguuornoou oi uon
f icstloopie, therprcvalllng twUngv( lit
English press is one ol great uneasiness.
It U notioaulo that all Berlin special
S English papers are couched in a very
despondent tone. Ttuydwe'l upontlia
dlilkultlea which will be encountered In
setting the details of any scheme lor
withdrawal. Vienna correspondents
write In the same tone. One says the
aspect of adairs is uelther better nor
worse. The course ol negotiations makes
it more and more anpareut that Uussia
uiuiiut to make any concession relative
to the congress uvpendent ou some ar
rangement us to the relative uosltion ol
tier own and the Lnglish force. The
tact that the Russians did not reject the
iuia oj wmiurawiuir w Aurianouie. ami
that negotiations have been pending on
mac oasis, snows mat tuey would set
great value on the withdrawal ot the
British Ueet beyond the Dardanelles.
Still, as Uesika bay Is only about 12
hours' sail from Stamhoul, While Adrl-
anopte is at leact three days' forced
march distant, the Russians thought
thwy-would be placed it a disadvantage
unless soma arrangement was made by
which, in Die event of au outbreak of
hostilities, some priority ot movement
was allowed them. This seemed to
raise the whole question of the equivas
icni 10 oe given oy tne Kusslans lor the
withdrawal of the fleet. Nor Is It clear
that their claims have created a
stumbling-block that cannot be
summoned. There are also indi
cations ot other difficulties. Thus,
even it tlie congress meets, months may
prooaoiy pass octoro it solves ail the
questions belore it, and if tlie Turks
meanwhile evacuate the various points in
accordance with tlie treaty of San Stclano,
and Kussia proceeds to carry out the
various constitutional relorms prescribed
therein, the congress will every day he
com routed by some new accomplished
tact. But the liusoiaus are not likely to
stay the execution ol the treaty till after
the congress, as that would bo a direct
adiuisehti ol the right ol the powers to
revise the treaty.
KNGMbll WAK l'HKl'AKATIOMS.
The English papers abound In signifi
cant items concerning preparations.
Thus It is understood that live batteries
ot the royal artillery now at Woolwich
nave been selected to proceed to Malta
in gunboats, and a flotilla Is to he pre
pared immediately for defence of the
British coast. Otlicers ol tno Pension
districts were- ordered ou Saturday to
transmit to the admirably forthwith the
addresses of all retired naval artificers
aud stokers, presumably In view ot a
possible call for volunteers, and ail men
belonging to tlie first army corps who
were undergoing punishment lor dis
ciplinary ollences have been liberated
and sent to their regiments. A French
military paiier, Le Avenlr Milltaire,'
calls u-ion the government In tlie inter
est of French cr.valry to put a stop to
British purchases of horses in Normandy.
1'iiKDjcDicE oiten rules In the phys c-
al treatment ol babies. They are allow
ed to e tiller and scream with pain from
colic, flatulence, bowel disorders, etc.,
when some simple, reliable and safe rem-
edy as Dr. Bull's baby syrup, would
give almost Immediate relief and pcrlect
ease to the little sudercr.
City National Bank
UK.N KY 1. II A LI DAY, Vice l'rcst.
WALTKU HYSLor, Ass't Cashier.
S Slants Taylor, It 11 Cunningham,
11 I. H Mutiny, vy PHttiiiday,
0 1 Williaiuron, Stniihen llird,
A 11 Sallord.
Exchango, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and So'd.
DLI'lMITS received and a general bunking
0HAaTdK3 MAaoa il, 111
CITY WATTOiN AL BANK.
Cairo, - -. - Illinois.
INTKnxST (.aid on dopoelta Hamh 1st and
Hvpu.mrlHt. Intiireat not withdrawn U ad
ded imiue llaU'ly to the principal of the depoelt
thereby giving themcouipoud Utlerest.
Married Women and Children may
j-'opjBH money ana no one
else can draw it.
tOpuo ovcry buBineeBday rrouitia.m. to 9 p.m.
H. Weill, Uaahler.
T. J. Kurtb, Asst. Cash'r
Cornet Oommerolal Ave. and 8th Strati
K. UrotH, Cairo.
1' Nell, Cairo.
A hUHunka, Cairo,
Wm Klue, Cairo.
Wra Wolf, Cairo,
i- miner, Cairo.
U WeUs, Cairo. KUHrlnkman.BtLoulH
" i Cleinson, Caledonia,
a Ueoeral Banking Hualneaa Dono
KYEir.hana-e anld aVntl hAtliakft Ta a I A
and all buaiaeat uromuUv attended to
13. I. XA.n.Hagx
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AGKXT roil TUB
and Bag Oom
Printed Wracpinff Paper,
Butter Trays, &o.,
AI-8 AT MiNUriCTVhKKa J'RtCKS,
Ko, 1'40 'oiiinirlnl AvDua,
tntl Mnrnttl.iA tiihil atimliiirlv mrA
arm 'Illy ruml. )'amlr.t nojuMlrHr.
tin Mtmii lot wti Miliar. Dr, CTf-
Tha following Cur la prortnbly tha most
ramarkabla war affartad br any mdl
eal prepnratlon for tha treatment of
" Catarrhi ' ' - - "
trrli fur Ira Tsr, find Tor the Imt nix ypr hava
S"? torrlMn turteror. I m rimdirrS n irtlnllf
deaf, hurt butting In the hctil, rtn teroM tha tula
rin, dlttr rlla. wMik n4 painful yct, twollrit
And ulctralcd ton.lU, hard and tanatant oH(li,
i!vro rain arrow the client, and every Indlcalloii
of tonaumpllon. My head arhrd all the time. Th
matter accumulated to mpldly In my huad and
throat thai 1 could not keep them free. Frequently
at nlKht I would sprlnir out of jiei, It teemed to
me, at the point of niUoeatlon. I would then have
JecourM to rvery meant In my nower to dlnloilm
the nmeni from my throat and Sead before beliiK
ahle to tleep aiialn. For a period of alt yeart my
IZZ i Jf.c,re.S.,,''r."'d lf ?lucn Inflamed Uiatl
could with illlllcultyawallow. lUiiallycontiilieilun
f mlnent turseon lu regard to a operation on them,
but at h i reiiuvtt poatponed It. The eouatant In
nammatlor and ulceration In my throat canted hv
tho polaonimt matter dropping down from my heiTl
bad to Irritated and Inflamed my lunut that I cough
ed InecMatiily, a deep, hard cough. Meanwlillo
an thot 1 lout ilotli, grow pale, and ahowed (very
eymptom of an early dcathby consumption. When
matterHhad ruKchedthlnlKge,or about tlx montln
ago, 1 began tlie il-e of 8akod' Kaiical Cnaa
job Catakbii. After nalng thcfl ret bottle I bciian
to Improve rapidly. Tho flrat dote anemed to clear
my bead at 1 had not known it to be for yeara. It
uemeil gradually to arruat tho discharges. It
How" tiiU euutit in thret tlav: By utlng It at a
carglul toon reduced the Inflammation and awell.
Ingofiuytontlli.ao that they Boouceated to troublu
Die. The eoroneta acroaa my chctl dltappeared,
the bulling nolnet In my head ceased, my aentet ol
aoi lng and of hearing were completely restored,
andevery tymptom ofdlteate Hint had reduced me
to thu verge of the grave dltappeareil by the uto
01 bAHFOgD't TiAIIirAL Ct'KI Kl) t'ATABBII.
I Imvo been thua explicit beraute. at ailrugclft,
1 havn aeen u great deal of aiittVrlng from Catarrh,
ami hoH to couvluco many that thu la a great
1 am familiar Willi the treatment of C.iUrrh at
rraetleud by tha bett phytlciant, and bnvo contult.
cd thu most eminent about my case, I hnvo uti il
every kind of remedy and apparatua that have up
peared during a period of tlx yeart patt, and have,
while following their uo, taken great care of m
general health, nut obtained no relief or encourage
Doston, tub. 1873.' CEO. F. DtNSJlOHE.
SrrroLK.aa. Tch.Jn, 1??).
'1 hen pemmallr nppeared the tnld Oeorgo F.
Tilnnmore, ami inaile oath that the lore-going ttate.
incut by him nilwi rihed htrue. It-fore me,
t-tTli J. TUUMAii, Justice orthorcjee.
Ki.-h pm-Vaire r. titnlnt Pr. Fanfnrrt'a Improved
Inhallug Tnhe. wild lull dlrertlont for uo In all
cai . ri lco. l.u). Kor tale by all Whob tale and
llelall Drugglt'.t throughout the I'nlted stales.
VEkKfl roTTKlt, tiem-ral AjfonU ud Whole
aale lit tigglsta, nosinn, Mna.
Affords Ihe most grolefjl relief In all
Affections of tho Chest and Lungs.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED.
Mmrt. Wsk Pottm: f7Hffcvn,-nnv!n
for many montlit pint tiirfcrcd with a vi'ry lunio
aldii, calleil by my physician Chronic I'liMirlty,
caiwrt by a fom t r Injury anil ttrnin, anil for wlili Ii
I utcil many proacrlpilona and liiilini ntn.aH well ,n
tho to-callcd rln-uinntlo ctiret, without thu lein-t
bi'ncnt, niv pliyalclan roooninmnili cl one of your
COLLIXS' llLTAIf1 1'LASTICRK, wlllt'll, t.J my Klf.lt
f urprlMi. rolltiYi'd I lie pain nnil torcneta ulinoM lin.
tneillnti ly, anil Iliavo licen nlilc to nltunil to my
noutchoM alfitlraevtT tlncuwith perfect Dono nml
comfort, wlii'ntat, heforo the application or your
invaluulilo 1'lasier, I wn ararcvly able to do any.
tliln. I conlilc rthflin IncHtimablp.anil thull wild
plcanuro recouiuitnil thi"n to tin- afflicti'il. You. a
runpiictrullv, Mrs. KHANCtS HAUIUJIAX.
tluuu, Me, April 'il, 187u.
There la no medical or protective appliance that
Will prove to Krut.lul anil cHuctivu In Tnklin
Couulit, Irritation uml KurenMi uf tin; Chwt uni
I.iiiic. We believe tnem eap.ibiu of pruviiUUnii
tu iuus Gitcatta of tliuso org dut.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Tin not confound theae Planter with tlie nrllnary
J'lastera of the day, that by couipuiiiou-(iru ubtu
fi combination of Kleclrli: or Voltaic 1'latit
wl'h a highly Modlcuted I'la-.ter, na tcin In thu
ubovecnt. Bold liy all WholeanlK ami lt.-t.ill Drj.
Ulstt thrnilKhout the I'liiteil States unit fanailas
and by WLKIia It l'OTTEU, 1'roprletoi-s, liobton,
B. F. Blake
Paints. Oils, Varnishes
trVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Bhadea, &o.
always on hand, the celebrated illunilnatl
Oornor Eleventh Btrnat and Waahl
ton Avenue '
Orders for Coal by the 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 tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
emotion whurt boat. foot of Bum Btrwt.
mil a nr ii.ni.ia... ii....v... ia.. ii.
aaTto Uriel: '
Jtgyptiau Alius, Twehtlath street.
W !!up;t00t 01 TlrtT-luUi etroet. or
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. E
8HORTE3T SHORT LINE
THK trains by this toad connect M 81. f.ouli
and Kail Mt. Louts, with ll nhu. ,
lhe;lerUi, Eoat and Wea.
TrUlt Biuvnm w
Through Kxprets Leavat Cairo 8 ,4.1 a.m
M..-,i.., " . Arrlv? St. UuU ;au p.m
-i,ig ntxumiUOUUlOD leaves
. 2:10 P.ra
u...Fiiy.un accomodation arrives at
rv. ' Z' v sm,m
Through atpress LeaTes E. Ht. L ult 8 :l a.ro
Mjirphysboro AccoiuuiodaUoa Leaves '
Uurphyiboro ACCOnilllOlktlon atr'lvn
-urpnyiuoro...... n:oO a.m
I .. I . . -
EMEMBER Tlit Cairo and Mt. Ijuit
aiili tha UNTY ALL KAIL KOUTK be-
iwmn vairo anu hi. iajuis unilur on man
antuuenti thtreloratbvraare no delays at way
,iuu ii.iuiii euiuKniions tioiu outer Unci.
raMcnjrers Coln North, Hortheait and Weal
snoinii no, out tu.ir iioaeii until Uiey tiavs CI
TINIC enwal agent, flro. III.
ATF.iR. Atents wanted, lltiart
ni'aa IcirltlliinU... rarll.Milir.freii.
OUR MOTTO: "The Best
2 C. HANNY,
. Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
Bt.JIB.Qb JBSl IE1. 3E2 m
- . Dry Goods, Boots and Shoos,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflccs, Teas, Sup;af s,
. Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese aDd Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks,
A lull line oi Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
LadicH1 and Misnc.V Htiots,
ThU stock Is entirely New and Fresh.
Our Slot k eiubntces everytliing needed in
(iootls. 1 'loose pive us a call, examine
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
12:10 p.m. Fast lixpress, arriving lu st.
Louis e:.Ki p. m.; Lbiuugo, T.oU, u.rj.
2:20 p,m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
ViLLE fast line
rrivingl n Clocinnstt 8:30, a.m.; Louis-
viue, e:an, a.m.; inaianajions, :!.' a.m.;
rust-ngei's by ibis train arrive ut ubovo
OF ANY OTflSa BOUTS.
IriJO.p. m. J'ast Mail with elct pcrn fit t :.!
ed, for ST. LOOKS Hint CMICA.'.o,
arriving in St. LoiUh at 0 :.io a.m. ( In
caijo at 4.ul) p.m. Corini;i tln ut Udin
or Ktllnibiim lor CiiHino iti, Lnul- viilo
FAST TIME EAST
Pissentjers liy this llnu o through t,
tne rst jwiluout any tlelay nau.-eu by
rht) 8ATUKUAY AFTKUNOON Tit AIN
FKOil CAIKO AlUtlVKS IS NKW
YORK MONDAY AlOB-Ni.Ntt
36 HOURS IN ADVAMCE
OF ANY OTIIKlt HOUTK.
Ailvertiscioants of competing Iiuds that
IDcy make lietli'.r time than tbls one, are
are issued either through itjorancu or a
desire to mislead tbe public.
For through tickets and information,
tpply at UliDois Contrul B. It. Depot, Cairo.
THAINS AHK1VS AT IIAIHJ
tpreso p. in
lull 4 :''. m.
J AS. JOHNSON,
Qcn'l Southern A;:t
J. U. .Jonbs. Ticket Airt.
Can Bo Boautii al
ly Dyod or Ro-
paired at a "Trif
! I I ill
uu.i an cists , C. o. D.
Old Hat3 Made New.
JSo. 30, i:i-htli Sirt'tl.
W. R. SMITH, JR., M. D
Office and Rosidonco :
No. 21, Thirteenth-Bt., - - CAlilo, ILL
To Inventors & Manufacturers
6ilmore,Smith & Co.
Solicitor of Patents and Attorneys at
Amerioan and Foreign Patents.
No Fees In Advance, nor until it Patent
is allowod. JVo Fees for miking Pre
Special attention L'iven to Interference
Cases before tho Patent Oillee, Inirinxe
raeut Suits In the diilerent States, and al
litigation appertaining to Patents or In
Stiul Stamp for Pamphlet oj Sixty Pau
iOILMORE, SMITH J CO.,
629 F. Si., Waahingtm, D.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vt'lioli'ialo and Uf tail Dealers In
xvr&v,n of ali. ki
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSUS. SMYTH A CO., have mnptantly
larne slock ol the bent trooda In the rimr-
kot.ajiciKiveeHinoiilatUiiitiou to the whole.
wl braneh of tkt btubieua.
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
180 W. Fourth St.,
Am authoring in rrnrlve ar) vrMiaemnnta lr thli
liair. KntitiiHtva fuininmt fr iiMin applicutluu
Hcnd two "UiiipH for our Aiivrrticr'i Manuul.
I'm Umntii Ktid rxi-.-v r IDI V
r !niitilatfiuli tnH Irw f bH II k I
privt imi. i: a is-vit voniraoi
Goods at the Lowest Price
Cloths, Curtuln' Durausks,
Children's Shoes, Cents' Boots and .Shoes
Speeiul attention fiven to Country trade.
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our goods antl nrlees beloro you buy.
W1IOLE3ALK AND BETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goodo Sold Very Closo.
Oornur 19th otreot and Comrarcl Ave
C. O. PATIElfe CO.
Evansvlilo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
TcduM-h, Hhawnootown, Evon
vilio, Louisville, Cinoinnati
nnd til way landings.
The i'J't'jit i.l'liv whrtl pt":in,'r
ALTHII H. l'E!ttINIITl)N MbtiT
JltAHJ.Ith i'lCMSlMlllUM r k
I Will l.u Uiro cvi-ry WKDNKnflAV at
u'clui)t if. III.
Ttti' lin t Hti-miii-r
Hum MowAtin - ...ilasUT
l.ii. I r.'iHAm Clerk
leaves Cairn vi.rv .SAXUBli&Y.
Ku-h bout iiiken clone connections at Cairo
With flrnt-diien Htomu rH fcr rt. l.ntils, M. m
pliiaunil New urliMDit, eml at Kvanavillc with
Itu- K AC. U. 1'., tcrailpoinltiNiirtliunil Kant,
iin'l w itl.'.l e I.oi.i.-viKi' Mud Mb'aiiaTH fiiwall
Doinw on the l'ipt:r Ohio, (living tl.rouirli re
oi tiitit on trt iKiitx trnl nw:iii rs to ail points
for iir'.hcr inforiiiat'on airly to
J.VMKS !JIiil-, l',irm.'!i(r.'r Ai'iit.
r to O. ). ttltAV.Vr'.K.
oiiixTinti n.il ut tnil timnii Kri iiht Aviit,
lr-3-ji-lv. LraiiKvllli! Iti'lmna,
IHOS. A. RICK, A. M.L. I, B.,
J AS. BICE, A. SI.,
X H. HUBWOOD
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP. S8I 00
MOST Comiil.tte, Thorough un'l Prm:tlc
courw of Mtmiy in the Unite! suites u
cournf itiilitntv-ilil.. in every yotinir inun ein
hurklLK on the seii 01" lilc
For Illustrated Circular,
THUS. A. KICK, A. M..L. ll
Slloon and Restaurant.
THIS BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on liaiitl a
Large Supply of
ORANGES. APPLES. ETC..
At Wholosalo Md Ratail.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
S-im No. (IH Ohio liCvec
71) OHIO LEVEE,
City Viillimal lliitik nulldlnx, nji.alulm.
The Olilidt KiUIiUbIhiI Auriiry in Hcmihur
lllinnla, aud presciiiin ovir
tB5 000 000
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenuo and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Grlas, Putty
Paints-All Colors Ready fcr lis fcl,
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Koroacno Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
tho World. Mado of Glass
and Warrantod not to
Leak, C'rrodo or Break.
Every family Bhould have
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Domo
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evcden. Wo sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Eartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lwtweek I boujrbtain cent package of Washtne smi done roy wnnhlns In ono itll
the uhuiiI tlmo at lent tliun bitlf tbo Mt ot Soap. My clothes wsre vihilcr. 1 diil not
have to rub thctn, unil it til not ah rink my woolonn, and for once I wan enabled to tret a
hot dinner on Momluy. So ladlesi try It, anil you will nave labor, time and money. It m
perfectly iife to Ue it. MKS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy "WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' Eaxnn8ur0abnS:anco
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
houldcr Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue tone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic, f
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, Shoo Dressing, and tove Polish
I'll r Imported Hay Hum, NjIt?iilil Ctaiiadu Tar
Soap English ami American Noupa Flue Im
ported llaiidkcrt'liicf Extract n in origi
nal HottlcM or In Ilrokcu liianti
t ies an wanted at low price.
Buy Your Brugs
1 At Barclays7 Drug Sioro.
lltO Xsl ataX asf
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 tho
U. 3. 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.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
S. V' '4 tr. -''"'-'vm rl
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