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We sr. avtlwrlart to announce the name j l
lidnwD M of Jac asoa Count r. candi
iS. MbS" the rt JMeW d'l, m or
alilld byU a of lae avowal ";l"b'T. P'
Stm Jum I, 1", endcomiKiK'l of tin roun.
!&ot. AleJeader. li.rdln. k Un, Jsor,.
MiMle.For, Pnlaikl, Saline. Iniouand VUl
UaoviofclscUoa first Monday In August, A.
THE CBOPa-A" orriCIAL SI M.
Clroulir No. 23, prepared by the lion,
S. D. FUber, of the state agricultural
bureau, wai completed on June Dili, and
elvea .to ".the press! for publication.
The circular U dated June 1st, and it
bawd on report made by county corre
spondent! dated May 21st, The follow
ing Is the statement of Mr. risher, which
gives the substance of the tables, and
this will be tound Interesting'and Useful ;
From the returns, which embrace every
county In the state, It appears that the
season has been from ten days to two
weeks late In all parts of tho state. Kx
cessive and continuous rains, with un
seasonably cold weather, prevailed gen
erally during the months of March,
Acril. and the first half of May. A few
lacalltes in the central and northern por
weather duru)ijUVe"lattcr part ot April,
and some corn was planted, but the cold
weather following prevented germina
tion and the greater part of the early
planting had to be replanted.
FRUIT Tbe prospects for fruit are bc
low an average, aa will be seen by the
The warm weather in
February started tho buds, which were
Injured by subsequent cold, and the bios-
goms were Injured Dy cold winus aim
frosts of the latter part of April and tho
first half of May, blasting much of the
Apple. Trees In many sections are
reported Injured by severe winter only
a few by lLsects.
Condition 23 counties are an averafo,
it above, and 70 below an average condi
tion. Peachtt, Seedling peaches pnniiBe a
fair crop, while the finer varletl'i arc,
with a few exceptions reported afailure.
Condition -Green county repoU the
condition above an average; .ackson
and Ar,k Island stand at 100, Mule C3
county are Wtw an average.
Peart. Par trees nave been injured
by cold winter, blight, etc., aid the
prospect Is that the crop will lal Mow
an average one.
Condition-But 2 counties arc above
an average condition, 13 reach ai aver
age, while 72 are marked below 10.
Plumbs. The report as to bloan and
condition refers generally to tin wild,
uncultivated plumb ; the curcullo having
proved too formidable an enemy to the
growing of the Improved articles.
Condition Only 4 counties reich 100.
20 are an average, and 59 counties below;
16 counties make no report.
Cherries. The cold winds and frosts
during the blooming geason ercatlv re
duced the earlier prospect of an average
ports the condition of the crop above an
average, and but 11 mark an average,
while 88 are below ; ot the latter number,
17 counties are returned at less than CO.
Orapes Condition 4 counties hnve
the promise of more than an average
crop, 35 an average, 50 counties less than
average, and 7 counties make no report.
Strawberries. Condition 13 counties
report condition same as last year, 9
counties better, and 33 counties below
that of 1870. Compared to an average
condition, this year we have 42 counties
an average or better, 50 below, and 4
make do report.
Raspberries Condition 30 counties
have an average prospect, 4 are over one
.i, hundred, while 50 are below an average,
ana 6 make no report.
CEREALS- Corn. -Notwithstanding
the foreign demand for, and the conse
quent Increased price ot corn, there an.
pears from the returns to bo a sutllclent
quantity yet In the producer's bunds to
meet their necessities until the next
harvest. The estimated amount unsold
and in first bands on May 21st, 1S77, is
reported at over forty-eight million (J8,
Wmter Wheat. This important crop
promises an unusually large yield. The
' principal wheat counties report a good
stand and luxuriant growth. Serious
apprehensions are expressed by many
correspondents that on account of the
very heavy growth of straw and the
continued wet weather, tho crop would
be prostrated before maturing. The
crop is reported from 89 counties, and
the condition in 54 counties is above an
averege, In 18 counties an average, and
only In 13 counties (some of which grow
but little) below an average condition.
Winter Rye. This crop, as shown bv
tho report, Is grown in nearly every
county of the state, and is considered
profitable aa affording good fall and
winter pasture, and a reasonably certain
crop ol grain. The prospect of the pres.
ent crop ii very promising. Of tho 9ii
countie reporting upon Its condition 35
are aboye an average 37, retortion aver
age, only 23 report less than 100.
Winter Barley, The crop la but llt-
tle grown 1n the state, being reported in
la only 22 counties. The condition,
however, Is good, as 17 counties give
the condition to be an average or better.
The report ahowa the averago price, for
the state, of stock bog, to be $4 43 per 100
pounds, and ot feeding cattle, $3 71 per
Average ef farm wages for the state are
Day labor, with board $ u
Day labor, without board J 1 in
i jt uhmjui, wiui Doara , , 17 27
month, without board. 24 75
BIUUIM OT OMMTIC AXIMAIJ. .
, Farm animals (not Including swine)
art fantrally reported In fine condition,
Then are, however, a few excontioni
mentioned "py correspondents, amohg
wnicn me louow insr are cmsl(Jrii
worthy of aote:
Abortion in Com. Tills disease Is re
ported on the Increase In dairy counties,
and U especially severe In Kauo, whoro
some dairymen report the loss ot sixty
calves In a Binglo season. Many ri'tiie.
dies have been uied, but nou have proved
Llaek Tongue. Carroll county cor
spondcnl speaks of tho loss of half a
dozen cows In his vlolnlty, by what is
called "black tongue."
Distemper in horses aul tnaUt.TM
disease Is reported in a few counties as
prevailing in aggravated form, and gen
erally incapacitating the affected animals
for work, and In somo instances cauning
Hancock county reports a dUease af
fecting colts. At first the eye weeps ex
cessively and then tho bull becomes
white, and total blindness foliows.
Hog Cholera. Diseases affecting
swine, and whLh are generally classed
under one head, viz., "hog cholera," ar
prevailing to agicater or less extent in
eighty-six counties of the state as shown
by tho table. For want of official sta
tistics, no cellmate can be made of the
aggregate amount of such loss to our
tho cholera 10 nave iiiL-vmiuti in uikihj
cight counties during tho year ending
Vuc.1, and thecstituuto then nialcguve
the loss In I ho state for the previous
twelve months to have been nearly eight
million dollars ($7,80,OCO.)
From tho fact that the disease is now
quite ns wide-spread throughout the
state as in 1S70, we have reason to fear
that, with nil the advertised "Sure Cure
tor iiog tnoiera," ino loss, u me sui
jects are furnished, will be quite as great
as of last year.
Colorado Potato Jhelle.'l'UU pest lias
raado its nppearanco in nenrlv every
county, and In some localities i.i unusual
numbers. Furls green scl-ius to bo the
most successful exterminator used.
Chinch-Hug. A few counties only
Oj;lc. Mr-Henry, Mercer, Jo Daviess
report chinch-hugs in great numbers.
In Ogle and Mercer fear ot great damage
to small grain is expressed.
1! END KICK.
The democracy of Indiana turned out
in enthusiastic numbers at IndiaiiopoUs
last Friday night to honor Gov. lion
dricks. on the occasion ol his leaving for
New York, preparatory to a short Euro
pean trip. Large delegations were pres
ent Ironi all the larger towns of Indiana
Speeches were made by Dan Voorhees,
Senator McDonald, lion. D, S. Gooding,
Mr. Kay, XV. S. Holinan, and responded
to by Gov. Hendricks. Tho proceed
ings and speeches were In the main ot a
social, friendly nature, the only scntl
ment having a political bearing uttered
by Gov. Hendricks was tho follow
1 have 'never m the political contest
Into which 1 have been thrown carried
along with me a personal prejudice, a bit
terncss toward the men ot the other side
f Applause. Iconceede'l it to any ten
tlemun who occupi til u diflerent nositloi
-...lf nnJitf(.oll7 . ti t. ..Iionllll.-
rikiic to occupy mat position. I have
never questioned It. 1 conceeded that
ngijt as l claim it for myself, ond onlv
one sentiment tins iroverned uie. and
that was, believing that the sido I occu
pied was rignt, 1 advocated it with all
my uiij.'ht, according to;tho principles
ol honor and right. Vehement ap
plause. Tho presiding ollleer of this
occaslou has reterrcd to tho fact that il
me vote 01 tno people had been regard'
ed I would occupy the position to whiel
1 was nominated last year. Applause.
Of that 1 have no more doubt than thn
Governor Williams was elected goven or
vi iiiumim. applause. nut at tie
same tune lusiiee requires me to tay thai
if the decision had been left to the great
body ot tho people of both parties, the
ueciaion 01 uie Dauot dox truly made
would not have been reversed and defeat
ed. Applause. I believe that to-night
it is a subject or regret to thousands of
gentlemen wno did not and would not
vote for me who did not and would vnti.
lor Governor Tilden a subject of pro
found regret that the damaging blow Imp
been given to American Institutions.
LGreat applause, And 1 would not refer
10 it in any partisan spirit except to say
this: That hereafter the man who I?
elected president of the United States by
ujo tuiuo mm judgment 01 rne American
people, must Do Inaugurated.
Tuu South Carolina house ha? finally
passed resolutions ot impeachment
against Associate Justice Wright, of the
supremo court, and, Judging from the re
cent unanimous report of tho legislative
committee on his judicial Infirmities
and his impeachment by moro than a
two-thirds vote in a body that has no
such partisan majority, his removal from
the bench In disgrace, seems inevitable.
Mr. Wright Is a colored man ot lull blood
and a native ot Pennsylvania. n0 Is
wimout education, but is regarded as
more than ordinal ily Intelligent in South
Carolina, where ho was thrown at the
close of the war, and his election to the
supreme court somo eight years airo w
received with general favor by his politi
cal friends of both races, lie was then
esteemed an exemplary citizen, but tho
poisonous atmosphere that the carpet
bag rule flung about every department
of power gradually debauched him, nud
he is now declared a confirmed Inebriate
and will be dlsplucedin dlshoiur. There
are mills that grind slowly, but they
grind exceedingly fine in the end.
The Washington correspondent of tho
New ITork Tribune says: "Hecretay
Seburz is annoyed at reports recently
published Intimating that he has made
recommendations or acquiesced in ap
poiutmenU that were not In harmony
wiin mo civu service theories of tho Ad
ministration. In relation to tho offer of
the Swiss mission to Mr. Schneider of
cmcago, ne says It is not true that Mr
Schneider loaned him money to start
his St. Louis paper with, or that he ever
had any business connection with 1,1,
Furthermore ho did not recommend m.
Schnetder'i appointment or make any
effort In his behalf olher than to say ho
was a good msu lor the place, when
asked lor hit oplulon at a cabinet meet
ing. As to the appointment of Goorge
II. Butler, in which tt is said that lib ac
qulesed, the secretary declared that the
matter was not considered In the cabinet,'
and that ho knew nothing of it until lie
heard that the appointment had beerr
AH t COM'KDKRATi: BUKCION, WllO
now edits the Clarksville (Tenn.) Chroni
cle, sailed with Hobart Pasha, tho Turk
ish admiral, on the blockade runner Fal
con. Hobart, under the nanio of Kob
erts, commanded the vcbscI. The Admi
ral K described by this witness as being a
quiet, uenial gentleman, with a dark com
pieotion, a steady black eye and firm
set mouth, telling of habitual reserve, an
air ot easy courtsey and the unmistakable
manner of a thorough English gentleman.
That UnrUeld Letter Again.
Washington Capital, 3: Garfield de
nies that the letter published through
out the country, purporting as being
written to him by Hayes, requesting him
to withdraw from the senatorial contest,
Is true. Ho says It is a forgery,
The facts seem to be otherwise or
rather they ore asserted to be otherwise.
We cull t'10 Important knowledge that
Garfield called to see William K. Chand
ler llilchandler with tills identical let
ter. Chandler, with lilain, uppermost in
his heart, listened eagerly as Garfield
read the letter, and by somo mysterious
( handler's stcjiograplio'fwaslu WMune
room behind a surecn, and with I lie same
eagerness mat Ins employer listened the
stenographer copied the Utter. Now.
Chandler and Uriah Uenn Painter are
sworn friends: friends lrom principle
or lack ot principle It amounts to the
same thing ; and Chandler gave Uriah
iii.ep r, a copy 01 me letter. This indi
vidual last mentioned read it to a number
ot his friends along the Row, nnd one of
them, after composing his soul in peace,
was overpowered at last, and telegraphed
th" substance of the letter to his puper.
Now Garfield says it is a forgery. If
so, tho forgery aforesaid lies between
Uriah and Chandler, and from the gener
al idea of tho former the strong-st prob
abilities exist In favor of regarding the
forgery is it be one as emanating from
IOUTV VE AM lIKtOKK THE rrBuo,
DR. C. M?LANE'S
1jR TIIH ft HE OP
Il'c.vuitis or Liver Complaint,
bVhl'I.l'ilA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased I-iver.
1JAIX in the riylu side, under the
. edge of the ribs, increase-son pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is coinetimes mis
taken for a rlu t:;i:a;i:-iii in the arm.
The stomach is r.fl'a ted with loss of
appetite and sir kinr.-; the bowels in
general are coj-iive, sonit times alter
native with la. ; t! L !. .-1 is troubled
with pain, .v 1 on ; . i.iol with a dull,
heavy ses;:i- i:i iLc bark part.
There is gtnei.-'.'.y .1 1 r.w iderablc loss
ofm'mory.;v ' ;- i. dwUlt a pain
ful sensation of l ..Ip" left undone
somctlm-' whir h 1 V;U to have U.p
done. A slight, dry touh is some
times an rttenr'ant. .'J he patient
complains of weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his feet are roM
or burninjr, and hu complains of s
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; ami although he i?
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet lie can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to trj
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred v, here few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the livfr to
have been exlciii.ivcly deraiiftd.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M'.I,a:::,'s I.ir.n Fnxs,
If cases or Act-r. axu ruT.it, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy remit-;. Xo better
cathartic can be ured, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disea-.c to give them A
For all Dilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, thev are tin.
BEWARK OP IMITATION.
The genuine Dr. C. M'.I.axe'".
Liver Pills are never sugar c oated.
r-very box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLaxe's Livi h Tills.
The genuine M. Lane's Liver
Pills bear the si-natures of ('
MVLaxe and l'r emixu Jko.". on tlw
af Insist on your drneiiist or
storekeeper riving jou the genuine
Dr. C. M.'Lanks Liver Fills, pre-
parcel uy Meming lirr-s., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all rcsu-ctable drnrrekl"
and country storekeepers generally.
To tW,. wi-liii,,., , Bive I. :. M'Law'j
i.ivbk Fit.i.1 a irwl, we w,1l ni.nl ,.t paid 10 in
part uf Uie L hired Smc, one Iwx ol J'illt lol
HEM INC BROS.. Pin,h. ,(, p
J. II. WiUKty, D. T. Unkoab, J. M. Lamsum
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFKK'E: Coinmrrclnl Avenue, t otllre ol
I'lnitrar ft Lanadvn :uv:.:in.
duu pieaie copv.
G. HABBISOM LEACH.M D
Ki pccial attention iftven to Homeopathic
treatment ot atir((lrai dUoaiiea, all viironlu
UlHOUhei mill lllailuuoa nf Wnmon an. I .1.111
Uren. Otttuo 011 Comaierclal avenuo rvar If
"'""r" VAIaU, ILL.
W. n. MAHEAN.M.D.
Eiiupiilu'e Physician and Surgeon?
Dr. DrlgUara i Succeaaor.)
Oilloe 130 Commercial Ave.
w-,n Cairo, Illinois,
ripeclal attention given to the trainmen
puu" un' peculiar M
' ' ' VABlCTt aTOH.
WHOLES Ai AJID BJ&1
? IN TF5 CITY.
Oooda Sod Very Close.
Uornet 10Ui 81. t Oommerctft) Af,
C. O. PATIEE & CO.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AJEIUOAN POWDJT OO
7 Ohio Lfivoe.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ami Di-uIit in
N. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City RkUontl Bank Building, sp-iuiri.
?he Old.at Etabllahe4 A-enoy In South 3
wu xiuuuii, repreanQHaT ow
lflf ono non
The 9outliern Hotel burneil down, and
yet Low manv tn'onle carrv thoir mm
f iksi. Go at once to Henry (ii-noral
A;eiit. nnrl have your rropcrtv inftired at
The losd of
In thia tcrrihlo St. Luis tire wai creat.
wtituin a Lite Insurance Policy at obcb,
since one-tenth ot all the death. In the
i,Diieu states m tue remit of accidents.
Thi is no
Story put forth for the occasion, but U
I'iKeii iroin isrnii ir n itementa, the reliabil
ity of which em tut he impeached. .
British America, Asaeta
Union, of Phila. " -Firemen's
New Kngland Lutual Life,
Ilunoii Maaon'a Benevolent Hoc lety
OrxKnAb Insi kaxck -Aoknt.
Soue but Noutttl nnil Iloneat Com-
OKflCE-In tho Alexin lor County Dank, .
Between Wajhinjton and Coairaercial Avcnuej
Transient Bates: $1.60 Per Day,
w vva.ij uua mommy itoara
era Accommodated at
RatOB to Buit the
The Crystal Saloon
In C'iniiecilun wlih EurOoean. la Kurniihed with
the Latent Siylt
l uiicl withc ftnelt wine nU liquor iml
Mixed Drink; Mad a BpaaUltr.
1 'ai a
Evanavllle, Cairo and Memphli
Steam Packet" Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown. Evans
vxlie, ljouiavme, uiaoinnHii
and all way landings.
The tltgint ild-wUol (toamrtr
XaltiuB. rinNiiOTO!(M... MmW
JHAHLED l'ENNINOTUM...- ..Clerk
WUJ ltT Ciro Ter7 WEDNK8DA1 t
o'clock v. m.
The fleet ileamer
Bim HowAiiD ...Mtr
Ed. Tuoma (-'
UTCiro vtn SATURDAY.
Each boat ruitkcA clone conncctlona at Cairo
aiih tlrji-..Rj ateamera for tit. LolllB. Meni-
oaiuandNew Orltaua, and at Evanavllle wilb
Uu. j HI, tor .11 iU Nortk anU, EaeJ,
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Or to U. J. (iKAMMER,
jUieriululi'Ut and Gvntrrul Freight A Kent,
M-.l--.l)-lr. Evanaville Indiana.
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tommerclsl Avenue, (entrance on Seventh.
KesldenoslhlrteeuUi street, west of Washington
The undersigned have formed a
Business, heretofore carried
continue the same at the
No. 6S Ohio Levee,
Under the firm name of
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T'mv former patrons and the public generally :
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"ASKINU A BLESSING,"
A maaterpiiw of the Duaaeldorf sckool cf genre
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eciueii in the hivheal style of tbe art. Kttail
jnce or, wnieli ia . anil a copy of the lolluw-na-
heal it il ill poem deacriutlve of the rhmn. in
eleKant iUuiuiuated colore for framing.
Ay; but wait, good wile, a minute;
1 huve first a word to aay ;
Io you know what to ilaj 1b?
Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just aa now, we aat at supper
when theguMi hail gone away j
You but that aide, I sat this aide,
forty years ago to-day I
Then what plana we laid together;
W bat brave things 1 meant to ilo!
Conld wedreain to-dar would tlnd in
At thia table-oie and vou?
Better so, no doubt and yet I
Hometimea think I cannot tell
IM out boy ah, veal 1 know, dcari
Vcs, He docth all thlngj well.
Well We've liail our Joys and sorrows,
Sliartiloiir.ini Ira aa wrllaa Inn.
And the lies! of all -I've bad your I
Faithlul love for forty years!
Poor we' ve been, but not forsaken s
(irief we'vo known, but nrver aliatr.e- j
.'irr lor mj .iinieas nierciu
Still we bkaa lhy Uolyuame:
This Is a rare chain
for you to make mon
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d give you eicl naive territory, tend
us one dollar, avoid inin.n.,rv finiMnnh
denre, rrceive your territory, and go to work at
umas. Ljn recripioi wnicn we will rorwaru
agent's oiinlt. certulute of agc-nvy, elo. Speci
men copies 10 rents none IWe.
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Communication upon ubjeota ef van
ral Interest to the pnbllo aollatted.
tf"All Dullness Letturs should be addressed to
Cairo BwlleitHs Corapuny.
' ' ' and CI3ARS
226 Commercial Ave,
co-partnership In the wholesale
i juji ,-.tC.
on by F. M. Stockfleth, ' and will
r "'""J WIIW IS Wotl JL
anH vininitt i k a.Ahu h 1 . . "v.
PIAKfll "'-rocUve, fine rosewood (not dm 1
ttaHMJ 7r six mouth"), l;iu; coal tisi,
-Tr-TRNi-W pianos al wholesale. Great Ui.
DR8AN5(',il"' Nearly Ue, ; 1 atope. ti
i stops (vi, .tops v,: t step S0( j
r " ivi..miu,(U, nare Oliuonilo
ew organs al wholesale, Beware imitr.
I days' trt trial, Money refuuderi and freigl.t
paid both ways if uua:ilUfactory. tsr, Ik'-;.
i ever niaue, iibniJ. Kent on 6ta
: New Jersey.
Cf.R a week In your own town
If. HALLKT CO., Fort.
To Katlossnl lavnlida.-Ia, afi-koeai
jwnii n oi ine uooy sympathiM with tin
a at i
wi me tuiKjrner. v In
Inform its fimetlons, Uie liver, bowels, nervu
ln, arterlrw, ete , are all more of leas stTertr l
1 he i.elimiiienti ruiuirc a meiliciuc. cnnibin
ing the proptrik of a stomachic, an alterative,
a purgative, a Ionic, and a sedative lo brinf
hern hack to their doty i anil all then element I
in their pnn-it aH most effective forms, au
U'i Iffsxresceni Selizsr AiM
thi grei saline remedy for indigestion, and in
eom-ouiitmtcun!e.ueuMi. bold by all drug
$55 tO $77i01'?kTA,n';'- '0'fTM''
''rKl.E. 1'. J. VICKEHV, Aw
gum, Mann, '
leu the stomach faJls u .
C'llt day at hotna.
'p lZ and terms free. Till fc
Agents wanted. Outf t
a CO., August.,
THE BLACK IILLLtL
Uy H, js. Msgulre, who spent 12 years In ihl
region. latest acuounu of gold and ailvn;
lir-ats,agncultuul and grai'iia; re-ourres.
cliiii'ite. hunting and Onhir.g, Indians, and ttt
"'' 'adveniurwi with them, mining and wil l
Ueatern life, the waterfaUa, boiling gyrr..
noble scenery. imrneue gorgen. etc. U itb il
10 CUNTS. oldby all ne wxb-aler. or seni
l8. f''0,,.12'enta by lONNfc.i.Ky, i.oVil
ft CO, Publiiheri, riiicago, Ills.
DRUNKARD STOP !
C. C BEEBSM. D., forincr-.y of Hostoa. ttjt
a harmless cure for IN I KMi'fclt AM t hicii
can btglyen without the knowledge u the i.i.
ticut. A)oeneforthe 1
HfcKR9CO., Blrmfnghsm. Conn.
was awarded the highest prize at tbe centennii I
exposition lot its line chew ng qualities, Ihe ei .
ft Hence and lasting eharacter ol its swetenisi
and flavoring. If you want the best lobaci 5
ever made aak your grocer for thj. and ss
that ear-hpltiglieart our blue striie trade mam-'
With WOrda Jai'kaona' Um. It c.l.i i... ..
jobbers. Send lor aamnli- to C. A. JACKSO.l
ft to., Manufacturer, 1'etembnrg, Va.
E'rFlna Mixed Card,, withnae,
tJ 10 oU., poit-jMud. L. JONES tO.,
Nassau, N. V.
05 f.xtb4 rtnr. carom, no two aiu -,
y with name, lOelsj. J. K. UAHDH.U,
Maiden llridgH, N. V.
$5 tfl $20 Irilayathome. Samples
, . l" ' free. tm.NSON Lo.,
tealo's FateLt apyrorraph"
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
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