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PHENIX DRUG STORE
I Have Opened an Entire New Stock of
DBUOS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, STATIONERY,
And Toilot Artioloo,
,( ; ' ; . . ; To Which X Call the Attention of the Public.
11 will make the accurate compounding of physlilans prescriptions n ppc
eudiy. O. E. O'HABA.
SUNDAY, Octohvr 21, 1S77.
1ak I Minnie, Him Hrntl Thin
If you are la need of anything In the
Clothing line, don't lull to call ami see me
la-fore you order. 1 have a choice and
complete lot of sample s of the dllfrrent
styles ot Casslmers, Hultlnjr, Diagonals,
Wowtedi, Black C'lothi and Overcoatings
fie-wy klful, from which 1 am making
suits, &o., at fully 15 i-kr cint. i.owkb
than you have- been paying. By having
samples, I keep a greater variety to select
from than ran bo or is kept in any other
way tntblsplace.andyoucan get Just what
yon want every time, and get new goods.
My expense are small, therefore I can,
and will, get up garments cheaper than
thoie whose expenses are greater. Over
coat, a leading specialty, made to order
for from $20 to f ft). All wool pantslrom
$6 op. All other garment in proportion.
1 am prepared to do anything pertaining
to the trade. Cutting for other to make
done on abort notk. Having a man for
the purpose, I ran do all aorta of repairing
can change the style of your old coat
to the present. all and be convinced.
it, n. X. YVbitox.
Mllllaerjr ud taacy JomU.
Mrs. O. Mclean, Kighth street fie
tween Washington ami CommercUu
arenues, in )iut in receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
fancy (loo'ta ot every kind. Among
other article we msy mention that she
is telling fine black straw hats In all the
latest styles at trom 40 to GO cents; ele
gant patterns at prices lower than was
ever offered to the trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets In all the new shades at prices to
suit. In the hosiery for ladles and child
ren line lier stock la not equaled by any
other establishment in Uie city, and she
asks the ladies to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. Mclean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the same kind of
goods can be bought elsewhere in this
market. .She solicits an examination o
her stock and prices, believing that she Is
prepared to please all whom may favor
Iter with a call In both. Ladies desiring
to have halo pri-sMcd can have the same
.flue for trom '! to U3 cents. 5-7tf
ar rnnAr. n.i tai.
ol RtrhNrd llim-.nr" but Mr.l-.M
Mr. S. Mataun delrcs to announce to
rliecitieii'ol ulro and iln- surround'
Ingcountrj, that hi has returned Iroin
. ... i i.. I.:., tfr 1..
Mlliiinira, ami ngnm raniing w wi.
aim, ha opened a new stock ol BX)T5
AXI .S1IOK.S at the fame old stand, No.
HO Washington avenue, between Eight
and Ninth street", where, while thanking
his old friends tor their past patronage,
he desires to shake hands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need in his line. His
stock is coming right in every day, and
is thebest the market aftonls. All are
DVitedtoeall. 27-1 m
Mrs. L. J. spears.
No. 1H Commercial avenue, Winter's
mock, calls the attention of the ladies to
her large stock of fall and winter millin
ery, of the latest designs, which she Is
dally receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,
she will bold her
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladles to eall and examine her goods.
As ber stock is large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
stock to salt the most fastidious and she
will take special orders for any tiling that
may not be in stock. Od4-l m
' -' ' Home Again.
Ed. Braxton haa returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date bis patrons and the public who
anay favor blui with a call. He lias gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences, lie cm
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize. hiin will have their want
attended to in style and will receive
xurteous treatment. t
The Karapeau IS 11 Reduction la
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the European Hotel, being well awaro
of the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollars per month or four do!-
. . . - , . ' - J, .. . ' T .
, jars per ween, wr tiny vuoru. in con
nection with the European Hotel Is a
Urst elasa restaurant where ovstcrs.
game and all other delicacies will be serv
ed at all hours during day or night. (If)
', la, the only agent for Wilson Bros.
' celebrated shirts. A full line of samples
ui hand mitMiii-M taken and a norfiwt
.2 fyenn . ! .Tm "houso is an
old one, and it needs no comment. The
-name Is enough. 1 1 will guarantee a good
fit and material, and at prices as low as
any house west or east, 73 Ohio levee.
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mm im Wjyt
DA MAKY J. 8AFF0HD-BLAKE,
will deliver a lecture for the bcucllt of
THK CAIRO I'UBLIC LUHAKr
at the atbencuin, Monday, Oct. -2d, ut
o'clock p. ni. Admission 25 cent. The
subect ot the lecture will be "Inheri
tance. Mental and rhylcal." -It
Iir. Mary J. Sa fiord-Blake
At the Athencum To-Morrow, Monday,
"Inheritance: Mjntal and Physical."
.1. M. Kront, of Cincinnati, Is at the
I'emenibcr the lecture at the Athe
ncum to morrow night.
J. J. Dolaon of Clark county, was at
the St. Charles yesterday.
A. Kimball, Esq., Metropolis, i so
journing at the St. Charles.
New Hams and Breakfast Bacon at
the New York store. BO-JJt
T. J. Tuttin, chief engineer of Illi
nois Central railroad, Is at the St. Charles.
It. M. Rankin, ol F. O. Sawyer A Co.,
St. Louis, Is spending a day or two at the
Strengthen your voice and n move
colds, coughs and hoarseness, by taking
Dr. Bull's cough syrup.
Miss lxu Vincent and Mis Lena
Ray lett yesterday on board the Sllver
thorne for a viMt to Evansville.
Ir. Bull's baby syrup Is recommen
ded by all druggists as being a purely
vegetable and reliable preparation for
babies. Price 25 cents.
Bob logersoll's defense of the char
acter ot Tom Paine, Is a topic ot consid
erable discussion among Infidels and
Christians alike. It is a characteristic
article to say the leat ot it.
-Miss Lulu Pace, visiting at Prof. Al
vords, while making an evening call up
on the Misses Ililey, was suddenly taken
111 and has not since been able ti leave
Miss Maude liemmiCK, who has many
friends In Cairo, and Or. Perkins, of
Goose island, will be married some day
next week. Miss Kemmick is about six
teen and the Doctor a widower aged
Don't forget the musical entertain
ment and oratorio on Wednesday and
Thursday evenings at the atheneum.
The young ladles who give this enter
tainment have spared neither time nor
trouble to make it a success, and our cit
zens may depend on a rare treat.
The sidewalk at the comer ot Kigh
tuenth street and Commercial avenue and
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth
streets, occasions much dissatUfuctlnn
among Fourth warders. Cun't the coun
cil do something to stop this grumbling 1
Where Is Alderman Foley V
J Henry Smith.St.Jdencviyc, Mo; E B
Taylor, Chicago; W O White, Baltimore;
J A Bissell, St. Louis; Mr3 A Bigelow
and Miss Nettle Conner, Carbonuale; Mrs
John Sproat, Columbus; C B Daggett,
Jr., Fort Worth, Texas; Wra Burko and
wile, Qnlncy; B B Bancroft and Miss
Ettle Ward Caruthcrsvllle, Mo., aie
among the arrivals at the St. Charles.
Mrs. S. Williamson is marking down
her goods, and Is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She is now
offering' hats which heretofore
sold at 75 rents to one dollar, for
35, 40 and CO cents, ami all
other goods In proportion. Her stock of
flowers is very large and range from 10
cents to $2 In price. The price for press
lng and rcmodllng straw hat has been
reduced from 35 and CO cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites all inspection of
her fcoods and prices. tf
A friend writes us s "1 was surprs ed
to learn from the Bulletin this morning
that the coming of Dr. Reynolds of
Michigan, tho great temperance reformer,
was news to you," etc. We assure our
friend that our only information on the
subject, before receiving his note, was
contained In the item clipped trom the
Mound City Patriot. In all our walks
about the city in search of news the sub
ject was never mentioned to us or in our
Having taken charge of the grocery
establishment at the corner ot Four
teenth street and Washington avenue,
and put in one of the largest and best
assorted stoeks of family groceries ever
exhibited in Cairo, Messrs, Pettis &
Bird are now ready for business, and In
vite the attention of tho public to their
house. They have given special atten
tion to the selection ot
their goods, and having purchased
for cash are prepared to compete
with any other . house In tho
city on sugar, coffee, syrups,
teas, hams, bacon, canned goods, and In
fact everything in the grocery and
provision line, They will always keep
on hand choice fresh butter, eggs, and
all kinds of country produce They will
deliver goods in any part ot the city
free of charge and on short notice,
Messrs. Tettis & Bird solicit a share ot
the patronage ot our citizens, believing
that they can give them better bargains
than can be obtained elsewhere. . 1 m
Mr. Jm Caten Pread fully Mano-Ud
by Bln Ban Ovr by s lialn or
A shuckiug and most distressing aceU
dcut happened on the Illinois Central
railroad track near Ualigucr'a mill be
tween nine and ten o'clock yesterday
uiorulng. Mrs Caton, wile of
Mr. J a. Caton, one of tho city
employes engaged in repairing sldo.
walks was tho victim. Mrs. Calou
accompanied by two jrtf her children, a
little daughter and son, went onto the
track to gather up thu bits of coal that
arc to be louud luyiuir along the track
over which to uiauy coal cars are trans
ported. A train of empty cars was stand
lug on tiiu track and Mrs. itou sent the
little girl under one of the cars to pick
up some lumps of coal, iu a moment
alter the child 1iad gono under
the cur thu whole train be
gin to move, when thu mother caiiith
hold of the child to pull her lrom under
the car. She succeeded In saving the
child, but by some meacs which she is
unable to explain was herself caught by
the wheels ot tho car, and bur left arm
from about half way between the wrist
and elbow to the shoulder crushed and
mangled Into a shapeless mass ol llcsh and
bones. Mrs. Caton was dragged Bouie
distance by the cars. She was carried to
her home near the old orphan asylum ou
Twenty-fifth street, where Drs. Wjrdner
and Stalker shortly after arrived. Tho
arm was amputated at the shoulder, and
the unfortunate woman made as comfort
able as circumstances would jerralt,
Mrs. Caton was otherwise Injured,
though not seriously. However, she Is
fllty years of age, and ll he sur
vives ber terrible injuries It will be some
thing wonderlul. The chances against her
recovery are ninety-nine to one. She Is
the mother of four small children, two
l..vs -n I two girls. Mr. Caton, his suf-u-t.u'
"ic, and the children have the
sympathy of the community at large.
Dr. Blake at the Atheneum to-morrow,
Just received choice line of new stvlc
Prints in gold and black at the
CO ?.t New York Stokk.
and for sale one car cabbage and ooc car
saurkraut, at W. M. CundifT, 17 Eighth
Jlf it Friday.
By advertisement clc where in this pa
per, It will be seen that Burr I.'obbms'
great circus and menagerie will exhibit
here on Friday next. The St. Clair
Democrat says ol this show :
Col. Burr Itobbins, proprietor, exhibi
ted In this place to the largest assembly
of ieople ever in our village on any simi
lar occasion, inenumuerot tne atte--uooii
audience was estimated at 4,CHX),and ,
in our own judgment, wc would eay the
figures are about correct. The great ex
hibition is tbe model one ot tlie uay in
every respect In fact we but speak the
universal sentiment of our people, when
we say that it Is to-day one of the bct
shows In America, and far
superior to anything of the kind ever
seen. .Mr. Itobbins, the proprietor, Is not
only an experienced showman, but a
very pleasant and agreeable, gentleman,
whoso arduous duties are shared by his
accomplished anil kind hearted lad.
What Mr. and Mrs. itobbins arc thcm
selves, they demand the same of their
whole crops ot employes, viz: lair and
honorable dealing, and the greatest civil
ity to everybody. We never saw a more
orderly and well behaved com
pany of ladies and gentlemen
with any traveling exhibition.
The menagerie consists of a choice selec
tion ot animids, birds, etc., and the ring
performance, in point of skill and science,
is of a verv instructive and amusing
character. Wecannot further particular
ize, but will conclude by repealing what
everybody rays and that must be true
that tbo whole exhibition Is grand and
complete, and we cordially recommend
it to all wiio desire the worth ot their
Dr. Blake at the Atheneum to-morrow,
Oolden Rio Co lie.
This choice cofl'ee can be had at New
York Store; 4 lbs. for $1.00, also Itio
cofl'ee 4 lbs. for $1.00. Call nnd ex
amine. ,. COJt
and tor sale one car cabbage and one car
saurkraut, at W. M. CunJiil, 17 Eighth
Ton Can save
Money by getting your building materia
of Lancaster & Rice, They are selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
pine and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pine shin
gles at $1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 23 cents each; white pine floor
ing at $22.50 per thousand; pine siding
at $15.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this firm. tl.
Read Tola Notice.
Don't be humbugod by tho stranger
who is canvassing for the Luminary
Shade and Burner, as 1 will sell tbe same
for twenty per cent less than he oilers
and no risk of breakage, also come and
sec my new stock of queens ware and fan
cy goods cheaper than ever offered be
fore. Daniel Uartemax.
Cor. Oth street and Commercial uvenuc.
fair Batha-t'all nud Try Tbm,
Having discharged Dr. Lower ar.d
renovated my bath rooms, with tho addi
tion of a new receiver alter the latest
and most convenient style, I shall tuko
great pleasure In giving baths either
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on me.
1 in Dr. D. Ahtkii.
that tho New York Store sells nioro
goods than any other house In tho city ol
Cairo. Their motto is to sell cheap,
This enables them to buy In large quan
tities at bottom figures. Call on them;
look through their stock; be assured that
thia it the I-ow Price House, where yott
can bur low and get all you want In tlie
one building. C0-3t
Th cburebea T-Day. , ,
Services willlw held at the Episcopal
church to-day at tbe usual hours. The
course ot sermons on the Ten Command
ments will be taken up by tbo-Kector in
tbe rooming, und the lecture on tho "Di
vinity or Christ" will be continued in the
evening.' The subject of tho morning
tcruou will be, "The Second Commuud
oeat;" and iu tho eyeniug, "W by was
Christ Successful." ' Sunday aiuool at
AT 1UK I'KEntiYTbKIA.N CUUICU.
Iu the absence of ltcv. Mr. Oeorge,
Rev. Mr. C haplin will occupy tho pul
pit in the Presbyterian church this morn
ing. In tho altcruoou there will be a
union of tho Sunday schools held Iu this
church. , , : . s- ... v "
r th m. i:. chckcu.
Jlcv,, Mr. Morrison will preach in the
Methodist church this morning at the
It U announced that there will be union
services this evening, when Rev. C. C.
Chaplin will preach. The place, how
ever, has not been announced, but we
suppose it will be mado known from the
pulpits of the Presbyterian and Metho
dist churches this morning.
Since tho above was put in type we
have been requested to state that the union
services this evening will be held in the
GERMAN I.UTniiRA.N ( III KCH.
There will be services In tlie German
Lutheran church this morning, as usual,
Rev. C. Durschncr oAleiating. Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.
Dr. Blake at the Atheneum to mor
row, Monday night.
D ll Iter, Butter.
Just received another shipment of
Creamy Butter, strictly choice, by the
tub or lbs. at the New York Stork.
A J.lttle airang-T.
-Mr. Egnew, the popular landlord ol
the St. Charles hotel, is the happiest man
In Cairo. He is happy because he Is a
father-lather of a line, healthy girl baby.
Tho little creature put in an appearance
yesterday and was received with
Joy. In liis attentions to hi8
tiny guest Mr. Egnew- even
surpassed himself. Mother und child are
both doing well. No wonder Mr. Egnew
is happy; for alter fourteen years ol
married life he for the first time knows
what it Is to be a lather. Wc congrat
ulate father and mother, and hope they
may succeed in bringing their little
charge safely through tho dangers baby
hood, and that she may lire long and be
a comfort to them in alter life.
Dr. Blake at the Atheneum to-morrow,
The New Y ork store is just in receipt
ol a new line of new sugars, very low.
Call and obtain prices. 50-3t
and for sale one car cabbage and one car
saurkraut, at W. M. 'undid', 17 Eighth
Dr, Reynolda the Ureat Tempera ure
A friend in a note referring to the tern
pearance movement to be inaugurated In
this city soon, says of Dr. Reynolds, the
great temperance retoriner who is to
conduct the movement:
"Ho is undoubtedly one of the most,
if not the most eftectivo temperance
worker In the field. Already i know of
some who are looking anxiously forward
to his coming in the hope that they may
f ain strength enough to be free. In Dr.
teynolds the worst slave of appetite for
strong drunk, will find a friend, full of
sympathy and ready to lend a helping
hand. He Is not a bigot or tanatic, but a
noble man who is thoroughly acquainted
with the inllrmatics and weaknesses ot
mankind. His strong desire is to do
good to his fellow men."
A meeting of the directors ot the city
National bank was held in the president's
ofllco yesterday morning. At the meet
ing tho subject of a successor to the late
cashier of the bank, Mr. Saflord, was dlf
cussed, and Mr. w alter Ilyslop, the as
sistant was promoted to be cashier. This
Is a deserved compliment, and ono that
will receive the approvaljo 1 tho patrons
of tho bank. Mr. Hyslop's long connec
tion with the bank nnd tho high esteem
In which he Is held by the people of tho
city render him the proper man
to fill the Important aud responsible posi
tion to which ho has been assigned.
II iiKli en-Parker.
Married, Thursday, October ISth. 1877,
at the Cathedral, Chicago, Illinois, by
tho Rev. Cannon Knowlcs, Mr. Wm.G.
Hughes and Mrs. Lizzie 11. Parker, all of
The announcement of tbo marriago of
tho above named parties created quite a
breeze among tbclr many friends in this
city, many ot whom though expecting
that they would be married at some time,
had no idea the event was to take place
so soon. Mr. Hughes and his wife have
tho congratulations of their numerous
friend i and acquaintances in this city.
Ir. M. J. ftmrord-BIake.
Wo hope our people will not forget
that Dr. Mary Saflbrd-Blako will lecture
at tho atheneum to-morrow, Monday,
evening, the proceeds of the lecture to bo
donated to the public library. Dr. Blake
Is so well known to the peoplo ot Cairo
that we deem it unnecessary to do more
than call attention to tho fact that she has
consented to lecture. It is to be hoped
Hint (here will be a full house.
Tbe Meeting I4tst Might ,
The attendance at tlie meotlog at Tun
ncr Hall last evening was fully as large,
and perhaps larger, than on the night
previous. Rev, Chaplin preached an ex
cellent sermon, and wu listened to with
close attention by tho entire audience
Thcio meetings' are beginning1 to awaken
an interest among the peoplo here that
wlU result In much good In the end.
I . , Eiieity mui Caltrprls.
Tho enterprise displayed, and the en
ergy exercised by Mr. George E. O'Uara,
in establishing an entirely new drug
store so soon after the destruction ot Mr.
M. J. McGaulcy's establishment, of
which Mr. O'Uara was active manager,
excite iu those cognizant of the facts,
both words of surprise and expressions of
commendation. Tho new establishment,
tbe Pba iilx Drug Store, is iu tbo brick
building corner ot Eighteenth street aud
Commercial avenue, and, as well iu its
liirmshings and arrangement as in Its
stock, it U secoud to no house of kindred
character hi the city. The stock ol drugs
is lull and complete in every particular,
and every article is unquestionably pure.
Hie supply of patent medicines, perfum
eries, toilet .articles, etc., etc., is ono ol
the bctt ' assorted t and most at
tractive ever brought to Cairo. The
prescription department will be pre
sided over by Mr. O'Uara In per
son , and his well-established reputation
as a skilled pharmacist furnishes the pub
lic the most absoluto guarantee that pre
scriptlons sent to tbe Phanlx Drug Store
will be carefully and intelligently com
pounded. His prescription scales are the
most accurately and sensitively adjusted
to he found In Cairo. But go aud Inspect
the new drug store for yourself.
In the short compass of a local item no
adequate idea of its completeness can be
conveyed. The proprietor will extend
you acordial welcome and give you am
ple assurance ot his ability to supply
every demand in his line, that is likely to
bo crffltcd by the wants of the Cairo
market. He is a courteous, active gentle
man, and no one questions bis ability to
successlully and Intelligently conduct the
business; he has the most flattering au
spices established for himself.
Mr. Charles Schoenmeyer ha9 received
a large lot ol the celebrated Cobden (aplel
wtln ) elder, which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold In this
! city. Families desiring It ran procure
this cider In quantities to suit, by the
' pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
,' ties. Persons desiring elder bv the bar
rel can have their orders filled by notilying
Mr. Schoenmeyer at his saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also Just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California Riesling wine, which Is
equal to any Rhino wine. This
wine Is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, . and has no
superior In the country. And further, he
keeps Moerlcinsbeer, the best made,
and a lull line of choice liquors and ci
gars. Call and see Charlie. Ho is al
ways elad to see his friend, and will be
lound ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf-
SIGNAL SKRVICK RF.PORT.
STATION. LOW WATUt, RUe Ot Fttli
I FT. IK. T. I IM.
PlttaburK j it li i
Cincinnati " .) i
Louisville 3 11 X 1
Kvanaville i tl XI
rluci!i.... X 2
Cairo 4 7X2
St. Pun! 2 41
Davenport I i X ',
Keokuk...... a u X H
81. Louia 7 I X 11
Sergeant Signal Service, U. S. A.
The Ike Ilammlt Is to leave Pittsburg
for Memphis on the first water.
The engines and machinery of the
Robert Burns and Silver Moon will be
sold at auction next Wednesday at Cin
cinnati. Mr. Lew Rice is in the odlce of the
Clara S,, soon to start foom Cincinnati to
Commodore Kountz says that the dis
patch sent lrom Pittsburg to a New Or
leans paper stating that he is a bankrupt,
Mr. I. K. Moran, cashier of the Halli-
day & Phillips wharfboat company, re
turned from his visit to East Virginia
yesterday. He is in good health, but
somewhat jaded by the long ride.
, The new Golden Rule was to te
Mr. G. P. Miller, who has been run
ning upon steamers for about two years,
has again identified himself with the II.
l P. wharfboat In the capacity of freight
clerk. He is one ot tho ablest clerks in
Tho Jno. W. Garrett started for
Grand Tower evening before last with 6
empty coal barges and when near the
mouth of the Ohio was compelled to turn
back by a broken valve stem. It is not
known yet what boat will take the barges
up. The Garrett repaired her injury
yesterday and will get away for New Or
leans to-day somo time. Besides other
freight sho takes 120 tons of
cotton mill machinery that was manu
factured in Lowell Massachusetts, and
came this far by rail, occupying 32 cars.
It is very fine, of tho latest pattern, and
goes to Vlcksburg where a large cotton
factory is being built.
The Centennial adds a large amount of
furniture here and cleard for New Or
leans with about 800 tons of freight.
The City of Chester yesterday brought
225 bales ot cotton for the East, and as
sists the John, B. Maud to St. Louis.
The Capital City Is well laden for
Tbo Southern streams are swelling
rapidly, but tbe rain docs no seem to
have been very heavy up North.
TboC. W, Anderson; for Evansville.
Glencoe for New Orleans, Belle St. Louis
for Vlcksburg, are due to-day.
The T. T. iilllnian brought out a very
good trip from Paducah yesterday.
We learn from Mr. John Haines that
the maiden name of Mrs. Captain Matt
Williams was Emma Steyer, Instead of
Laura Starr as we had" It; . -.
P-aytloUa ii fimrceon,
OtUsIn Winter'i'Bkx'kf orn BerenUi sail
CcJMMreJel A rale," (eatnuM a Seventh.
Heeldeae Thirteen IU ttratl, f l Of 'MhlBton
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Tdffla -J-W
And At '.'V, iZS.iirZ'ZiXi
SIGN Off THE CRYSTAL MOBTART
Washington Avenue and Eighth Ctrest
The Best Extract of Bitchu
Sold By ' v.: "
BARCLAY BROS., - - CAHIO.
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood PiuSfijGT
To Be Had at . ; .
Barclays' Drug Store, i
Agency for Dr. Jayne's Medidncj ;
Barclay aV Tmc CSro.
For Holmon'o Aguo Fa&
Go To 1 : .
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOiE. U
Chills and Fovor Moioiucp
At Barclays- Drue Stoi c
THE BEST PLACE TO
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California Wine, Port and Angelica,.
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Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla, i?..vrr.H
' Cream Tarter, SodEtc
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Coarse and Fine Combs,
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White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil, ' 1
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French, English and American Perfumery
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Nutmegs, Spice arid Peeper
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All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All ; ; .."r4V.
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Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing War
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlcrr:
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Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
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