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....... .awamhafliaawaaoounwlii-- L,Hr,U.
. . '' i.... biuilui at County Ju.li. ol
' -."ZT.. - ..,..1. tor rn olfcc of county
.. A it-kccouu'r.
tltCtlon trsi Iu-.d.T
. caaaiy curk.
uiUIh to annom. Albart Smith 'al
aa4.data tot th oftlct ot County Clerk . ol
AJaaaadu MttBtT. CltcUoDi NotcoiMT 11,1877.
W tJ awhoriitd taaiuuHinea W. r. P.teh'r
tb fcr tr.t &c u( County CUra. f.lac-
, NortirtMt ttn, is,,.
At tf AtM a '!ifi.&T Count -
MflSA aftdaprtMffAt CaoataU lor tor fciuir U"
Cam, ml nwawcuoa to o iwia auhiu'
I ramiit ftitDlu.lv to arena to in muh "
W are authorlird to announce Henry Ptin'ti o
1 tMfeaa praciact, at a candidsu lor County Cleric
' wa. cUcfiea to bt kU November ath.lSTT,
To ta Zdltor of th Cilro rexiTt:
n,w, uHnidthai lam an lndeiendent camli
j.V. Maitfiat office of county drrk of Aluiwlet
asuaiv. aiiaa atectian to bt held in November
Kit. , JAHM W. STEWAKT
Wa Era authorised to announce Saiiinel J .
laaiuiu aa a andltlate tfr the office of county
Ckr at Ua auction to e kld November ctU,
" " W ara authori4 to announca John P. IMyai
a aan fcrliti for th office of county clerk at the
,. ... i V nf 4 Uvaiuler County:
.... ... artbT announce that I ant a canJUate for I he
Set of County Clerk of Alexander ronnty, iib
Joct to your decuion at your respective voting
pWa.onthe Siith day of ovember. lfCT.
7Ty BlfuUy. CASl'tH iUST.
r Ueaa)l tapcrlBMndnit.
W at asthorimd to anmunct Jfi. P. A. Tay
lor aa caadidatt for re-election to the office of
Matty achoal superintendent, at the election in be
Ida KovcmberWa, l77.
i Wa ara isthoriiea to announce Jlenry Stout ai a
- i, vbfa, for coroner of Alexander county, at the
. . tlea.oattbshtldqT. h,lt!7i.
it.' " W an anthoriuil to announce Rickaril Fitz
"" " urald a candidate for Coroner of A lrzaniirr
CrV?-? ay- t-leetUn.XOT. etb. 1877.
' r 'ir Treimrfr.
V2r i'e'ara autaorlredto announce A. J. Alden
. . a rif1-it" tor ta olica of County Treasurer of
cj fcw., Alcuwdercotufty. iilection, TueUy, Normber
" ih.U77. .. . .
CffloUTios for Republicans : Maine
wad Iowa aw still Republican.
Vnn-mv 'riaa anlil th Phllnik-lnhia
: ftst tft.Hylns, jftanaglng editor in the
otQce. - " ;. .
j-'.'f f TtoxoTLT asu Republicans give it up
f- i iit.ney 'iay the DnocratS.will certainly
' ?if carry that state at the eleotion In Novenx-
Dantil O'Haba, for ; many years
,' prominent in the politics of this state.
' died at bU home in Chicago Saturday
. nlfht. '
" A Loxdox dispatch ol the 13th says
that Mr. rierrepont, United States min-
lator to uu) court of Bt. James, has
tendered his resignation to take effect
1 ': . It Is laid that Uio United SUtcs Circuit
-; iourt tor tbe Northern District of Illinois
. j) resided over by J udgo Drummond, does
more business tban any other district
court in the United States.
-- Kwhi ex-ipeakers ' of the House of
Representatives aro living: 11. M. T.
: Hunter, olVirjrlnla; It. C. Winthrop, of
Ilassaohusetts; Theodore M. Tomcroy, of
New York; N.P.Bauks, of Jlassaclm
letta; Galnsba A. Grow, of Pennsylvania
' Schuyler Colfax, ot Indiana; James G.
, Blaine, ol Maine, and Samuel r. Randall,
Tnic' MTnnilvn frvr nnimfti niMa tin
,. M. 4 MtlVlT- . ....
, ia tiuiuunton county is ueciueuiy warm,
-; arultbe fight between the candidates of a
; personal character. Geo. W. Young la
l.W'JarItepnhllcan candidate for
"i-ountj, Judge. He ia opposed by Hon.
Jesse BJalioj),' present jude, who U ruu
nine ai-an Independent dandldate but
will reeeUe the almost unnnlmous'sup-
vvta va am auiuurais 01 uie couniy.
BUbop will undoubtedly be elected.
. Senator Davis ot Illinois, it is report-
y ad, has prepared a bill to be Introduced at
the present session ot congress to enable
Wn.k .L M -t . -
l uvui w Buprcuw man circuit courts Of
x th United State to catch up and keep
t H'J'PI their work. The bill it is said
provides ior an additional Judire in each
r- sftherntae. circuit, and the creation ol
' " appellate; courta In each. Senator Davis
; certainly ought to k now what is required
X . i to allow the United State courts to catch
np;Jtll jthelf work, and hi opinion on
tl.the fBbJtot will no doubt be taken ns
,jtMt Tup caucus of the Democratic mctu-
w ' btn ot the national bouse ol represcnta
,, v-filw, beld on Saturday evening, resulted
la tbe election of Hon. SamuelJ. Ran
f 4aU, ol Pennsylvania, for speaker; John
to Thompson, et Ohio, for lergeant-at-
fff'Umt; AtUmj,the present Incumbent, lor
. sNrs A-visoi A.nsai ior ioorkecper
ana niewan, preent incumbent, tor
r jo1mter, rMr. Randall wa nominated
tbo tint ballot for speaker, receiving
"T?lout 01 a TOtcl Prcsent- He Is
, f qui Pt lie oldest member ot the
houae, biTlng been in sw vlce
touittwi' conricatly) ' year. He 1
lUtyjeaxt old and a man of great ability
ijc though In many respect his views are
-7; TftT btt aoeepuble to the tvefitcrn
Detsoancy. He is a resumrjUonlat. and
WlawtOOd. , to be onnosed
the Southern Paolflc f allroad scheme.
ldliaMotartan.howcTer. ho ha nn
yptriotaq Caw equabj, and u one ol the
"''wwan In the country.
i-UUon ot dollari
F - . rorjfte eomplttlon of the new uu house
, jS P- ' jC3l ig"rSjUr. U'Matloff wUh aomt
t a00d mJ YOtei
r.Ul bo c:t igalosr. IL's uatttr
U one of irrftlinpottnct totheLeopl
of tbe Stole, und ihouM be thoroughly
understood by them before tbey la
uJgraent wtth retcrence to It. Whllo
wre opposM to the lavish expenditure
ot money on the Statu hoine, and art till
ly convinced that with proper mannf-
ment and a due regard toeconomy In the
construction ct the bulKUn;, tbe orlflnni
appropriation ot $3,fi00,000 woidd have
completed It, we do not believe that it
would be good policy to allow the timid
Inx to jo unfinished, and through ex
posure to weather and thi. to crumble
and decay tr the want o even
halt a million dollars to c.om
pletelt. There U no dispn'c 'mt the
fact that the "buildin" i aduiiiaL.'.y adap
ted to the pnrose for which it wai
erected, with room enonjili (t the ue ot
th? state lnr rener:iMoni to come; "con
venient in all it Hrranenient a'id ap-
polntmenta, well lljhtfd, well heated,
well ventilated, and stable and durable."
Ia point of appearance, so lar as comple
ted, th budding I certainly a grand
structure, and one ot the finest ofits kind
In the land; and to dclVat the approprla
tion asked for, would he In our opinion
foolish In the extreme.
COOI.nAI'OII AND oKXKUAI.
Chicago F.vi'iiinj .luuriinl.
lion. William F. Coolbaugh, who has
lust returned Irom Kurope. where ho
spentsouie time wltliex-I'rt'siilcMtij rant,
was Interviewed this morninjr by n
nal reporter. He feUglnu to be able to.
say that General Grant was well and a
a credit to the country. He had journey,
ed with the ex-president from London to
Edinburgh, and left him there well,
enjoying himself and intcnd'ms to remain
some time, ino cx-Dre'iucnt was an
honor to the country, aud it would not
be possible for a man In a public position
to act with more propriety under similar
circumstances. Politics was the subject
on which Mr. Coolbausrh had no talk
with the general.
HEXR V J. ML'IUGS, THE AMR IfAN
RAILROAD BUILDER OF PERU.
Tho following is a sketch of Henry J.
Meiggs, the celebrated railroad builder,
who died at Lima, Peru, on the 20th ull:
Mr. Meigs was born in 1S11, at Cats
kfll.X. Y. Ho made a fortune in the
lumber business In New York city, but
lost it In the panic of IS C. In IS 13 he
went to San Francisco, and engaged in
tbe same trade, employing a large num
ber ot men. His Immense business was
prostrated by tho panic in that stato in
1851, and to save himself he resorted to
questioname proceedings, wnicn ouiigou
him to secretly leave the State, ito
next turned up in Chili, South America,
where he took an enormous railroad con
tract, making a profit in two years ol
fl,L'20,000. Subsequent enterprises In
railroad building in 1'eru increased his
tortune, and ho settled his Indebted
ness in California. 'The legislature ot that
State, by special act, restored him to citi-
zenshlp, and invited him to return. His
South American railway contracts were
on a stupendous scale, exceeding tho
most famous builders ot Etimno or
A mnrlnn In IRTU hn pnntrnnted Peru to
Imllrl alT rollwnra fur 1 2.VO00.00O. and
was enraged.. Aq, OThylickness'''
THE PITTSBURG RIOTS.
Illinois State Journ.il.
The subject of the Pittsburg riots, In
July last, it appears, is being Investigated
by tho Grand Jury of Alleghany county.
A rittsbnrg dispatch say3 President
Scott of the Pennsylvania Railroad, and
Mr. A. J. Ca8satt, Vice-President ot the
same corporation, appeared beforo that
body, on Thursday, and were examined at
considerable length. Tho facts elicited
are withheld from the public, but it has
transpired that Col. Scott expressed a tie
sirothat everything connected with the
trouble, every fact of importance, be
brought out. Gen. Brlnton, who com
manded the Philadelphia troops that
tired on the mob and killed a number ot
citizens, was also to appear before the
grand jury. Gov. Ilartranlt ami Adju.
tant General I.atta have been subprr-aned,
anu win arrivo eany next week. Tho
object of the investigation Is to show, if
possible, that the outbreak and resulting
loss of lilo and property were caused by
tho Illegal interference of the state au
thorities; and that therefore tho state, In
stead of the county, should bu held re
sponsible. As some of the grand jury
make a presentment of the case in the
court, a legal contest will begin, which
promises to be protracted and e3iting.
THE OHIO REVOLUTION.
" nr.rvnuCAXis.M in the gTAiatn mid
NICUT OB ItorELESSNF.SS."
Philadelphia frew, Rep.J
ino Kiuumng uemocratic victory in
Ohio surpasses tho highest hopes ol the
succcsslul party and strikes the van
qulshcd dumb with amazement. It is not
a mere defeat, it la a revolution, and it
leaves tho Repu blicans that lias woven
the greatest chaplets of our history In it
better days, in the starless midnight ol
hopelessness. It is Idlo to explain that
Greenback, Labor and Prohibition diver
slons declminated the Republican party
mum luu iumocrucy sioou insoiiu ranks
wnen me aecisivc battle camn nnmi timm.
ltepnblicauism was dlsluteirrated not bo.
cause its voters loved Greenback. Labor
or i-roiuDiuon uoctrines better, but rw
cause they demanded somo channel nr
egress from the befouled Republican tem
ple, and the Democracy stood to their
guns because they were out ot power; be
cause iucy wanieu to win power.
Whether the majority for Ulshop shall
ioo up twenty or miriy thousand mat
icrsiituc. It Is not less than twenty.
ana more is needless, for it carries the
legislature anu a Lllited State arrmrnr
and dates the final destruction ot the de
bauched Republicanism that wai llrst ar-
ruicneu at Cincinnati in 1S72 ir n.ni
weep uown too last vestiiro or imnnfni
opposition to Democratic success In lvnn.
gyfranla, and even I'hlladclphla will
swing iromncr iienubiican ninnr n i
THE NEW STATE HOUSE.
SHALL IT UK C0MrHTBD?-ADDnBS4 OV
THa SEX ATE AND HOl'SE COMMITTKKS
or TDK last okscral asskmblt.
In view of tho tact that the people will
bo called on to vote at tho olection next
monm on the proposition to donato halt
million dollari ior the comnltitlon
of the new state houso, the following
address, agreed upon by the committees
or wa general assembly therein named
Just prior to the adjournment of the last
K 1 mi
i3U.i., wiil b rend w-lt'u IctMot:
Spbinotieip. Ilis-i May jj, is.t.
To tht Fcpltofth State iumow;
During the session of your general as
sembly, now closing its lanor?. u
been tho duty ot the undersigned, mem
bers of the commlttfes on public bnllib
lugs and grounds, of tbe senate and
house ot tepre'cntatlves, to give part fit
their time and attention to the public
buildings ot the state, and among other.
Th new State House, ai you ate ad-vL-ed,
has been occupied lor more tban a
yearpa't by the puulie omccrs 01 hip
state, ami by tho General Ascmbly dur
ing tlio present session, but it Is unfin
ished, and the amount ot money limited
Dv tb contltut on tor its erection wun-
out a direct appeal to the votes of the
people hai alrcnriy been f xpeuiei on tin'
Ilia present lotiamre, auer very
inaturelv conideilny: all the riuuiniatan
cm thns far artendinz Its eruvtinn and its
nreacnL condition, has by decisive tuaiort-
flea. auhmlftiHl a law for Tour Bppoval,
appropriating t lie further sum or $."J1,
ior till! J1IIIMIUIK mm mniwiiiin
the bulldin?. unl siaUlntr and Slicing
Much h the nuhlie inavdlfti-rfia to the
tate or eleganre of itilntt-rlor iluish or
ornaiuentafion, and much as practical
men may disagree a to the Judgment of
the commissioners and architect in the
det?ilsof Itsconstructioimherecan he no
dillerciKO in the opinion tj;it all the
monev appropriated tor the purpose has
been spent in and about Its erection, and
that none has been unlawfully ued. All
concur in the opinion that the building
Is admirably adapted to the purposes (or
which it was erected, with room enough
lor the use ot the state for generations to
come, convenient In alt Its arrangprnenrs
and appointments, well Iiglitl. well
heated, well ventilated, and stable ami
durable. I.ut portionsot the intenoranil
its porticos remain unfinished and expos
ed to the weather and to risk ot Injury.
The grounds are unkept, ungutrdeU and
unfenccd, and . the premises cannot be
kept safe lrom Intrusion. We think the
building and greunus snouu nor. so re
main, and therefore we recommend, by
your votes at the next November election,
the sauction of the appropriation submit
ted: Wm. LimUev,
Thomas P. llimfieUI,
K. S ituhworlh,
f. W. Kohniitn,
W. K. Shtnt,
I'nrumitlceoi the Jennie.
W. I.. Chamber".
S II. Ilmv,
K. t'. Kartholow,
T. T. FouRiain,
Wm. ,. James,
W. E. tforritan.
J. J. Kt-arne-,
I), W. Smith,
lnr' K. Dewev.
Committee cf rne ITi ae.
V. Koissor c& Sen,
A uetioHeers nn'l liralcrt III
New & Second-Hand Furmture,
Etc., Etc. Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
liDg Exponso -C.
0. D. '
Old flats Made New.
So. 30, Eighth .Street.
AVIIOI.KSAI.i: AND KKTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Close-.
Corner 10th atrnet anj ComniBn l Av.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
i it y Xailonsl Ilatik BniMlnir, up.etulra.
Te Old.ot KitaUished Anrv
Illinois, sad rcpmtutini;
fi65 000 000
STRATTON & BIED,
AOHKT8 A at BRIO AN POWDB 0
RT Ohio Lavee.
WM. X. SMITH
Physician tic Snreeon,
Commorelal Avanut. (ratranm nn H.vrth.
Hniih,i hlnnUi itrret, -vat of WaaKlBKtQn
J. T. WARREN & CO.
. IMPOBTERS OF .
Or4ie susdl Piouptly atuudi
A Leading Feature.
AuKitcaa auJ tnclitU
aurt aitrf m.
8DND FOTA QUOTATIONO,
0 1 nud GO Went Heeond St., C IXCI.NAT1.
ratohlishefi 1830. AFor Throat 1
Absolutely Pure I 1 J
..j DAI ATARI F I tlilf ajfJlt I
J.VO. V. IllKEll al to., I'roprlatora, PhUdlpblm P
CITY NATIONAL BANK, 0A1HO l
A. U AAFrOKD. rrcaldtnt.
S. a. TATI.OK. Vlon fruculeut.
W. UYdl.Or, Soo'Tan. Truiirr.
P.W. Bandar, Cms. Oaii(.u,
K. M STOCKTLiru, Pact ft. Srui M,
li. H CfRlxoHiar. H. I,. Kluiv,
J. M. Pnil.Liri.
INTKUKST pai'l on 'lerxwit at the rate of ait
(icrcent. per annum, March at ami 9ileui
r let. ImtTest nut withdrawn it a.Me.1 iinine
liavtely to the jinnoipaJ of the deposit, thrmby
r,VM MM -.-- -diuttrtu
... tree and Children may
"fepoait Money and do one
else can draw it.
Open every baaineiailay rromta.m. to 3 p.m.
ai Samnlay evening fur aaving depoalu tiurr
rom 0 to 8 o'olonk.
W. HTBLOP, Traaaurer.
City National Bank
W. P. HAMJDAY, PreaWent.
HKNUV I,. HAUJOAY, V icePrtll
A II.HrOlll), t'aebier.
WAVIUU IITSLOP. A't Cashifr.
V . I. II ai.itiAi,
, Btt T.Tl.OK,
, 1.. '1 ll.UDAT,
. I) WlLUAMMt?,
Exchange, Coin and United States
. Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rcceivrd Hint a tcmTl banklr.g
P Bnin, PrMliVnt.
I'. Xeff, Vlc Prwi'l.
II. Welle, Cashier.
T. I, Kacth, Atl. I Ifh'
Ojmer CommeruUI Ava. and Bth Btr-t
K. FirOM, f aim. Wm KlUKe, Cairo.
P. Nrlt. t'alro. Wm Wolle. I aito.
A. Bnnanka, Cairo. It. L. BUUnly, Ht I.oul'
K Huaii t airo. tl. went, l airo.
K, II. llillikll.an, M. Louli.
I. Y. t'Uuiniin, t'nltdonla.
A MeHernl Hitiiklnc Hnalueaa Iiiiup
IKithantoManitbouKht. Intnwt paid
u uir roving. I'rjianiiitini. lyuiieriioita iiia1a
nd allbudineat uroniiillv attvndud to.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruu,
Spociolty In Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, Ills
0. D WTLLIAUSON,
An4 Dtalci ia
We. IS OHIO LEVXK.
PiuALarttBtiot glTsaeoMinnenti n4
illB oidtt .
by Physicians. I 1 every
Use no other. I I
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Faoket Co.,
Paduoah, Shawiieetawn. vtna
Till, LouisTilla, Cinoinn-U
and all way lasdlnga.
To alaamaC ahto-abaal itMaiti
A'ittll B. Pl!rniaTOrt.M. Haalel
aALM PlJnI!tiTO ClNt
I Will letT Cairo eYerr WSDMSOATkl
o'elook p, ru.
Th flft iMajirr
I-faTMl'air twi StTi'tmv,
Each boat ruakt olnta cannaetloBt at Cairo
with flral-claaa ausaiurr. for t. JxniU, kl.iu-
fihuand .Ntw Orlmna, and at KTajiayilla with
he E. t C. K. K. fur alljlnUhonhaml Kaat.
and with the Imivill Mail tiajur fokall
tiointaontha I'lipn Ohio, (tirii Urooghrw
erlita onfrtriKhta and pantrnirtrb to all piau
For urther Information aptilf to
iiiuus, raawuKfr Agnt.
i. at. l ntLLirs,
U. J. JHA
juDarinlrndrnt and Gntral Frala-ht Arat.
It-J-Xt-1 1 . traaav iila Uaiana.
The Steam rrrbot
Will be run regularly, leaving tireta
Helil'i landioir tt 7 :.', 0 aud li o'clock .m.;
i 30 and 4::j) o'clock p.m. during cb
Ou Sunday Le will leave th landing at
8 and 10 odoca a.m. and At li is., tad at
Orders for Coal by tbo oar-load
ton, or in hogshead, for shipment
promptly attended to.
to targe consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to aupply any truantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlceon wharf boat, foot of Blitu treat.
m T n hi ' Brolnan, oppoalte Sfc
Ktypuan Mlllt, Twntlth atrwt.
P'fw't of Thirtyiiftith ftrtat.
lost OSke dnwtr 300.
S. F. Slolso
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
WaU Paper, Window Qlaas,: Win
Alwayi on hand, tat calibrated UluBalsaUB
Oornr XUvanth 8trat aa4 Waahiaa
ton Atbbo "
of all kindtof
71n Boota ft Ohoea
The Boit of rORKlQITand DO
MfiSTIC LEATBISB Always
Theatre Building, Cairp DIj.
iliXj." I ail.' J J.U lluaJJJlL.4JII J Al l!1""1 " ' " 1
SIGN OF THE GrOLDKN LION, Ohio Leve
, !; :"dAt.i4;:; ., , t I
SIGN OF THE OlXYflTAL IIOIlTAIt,
Wftshington Avenuo tnXighth Street.
The Best Extract of
BAROLA7 BROS, -
The Best Sarsparilla
! ToBeHaaat i
Bar clay o' Drujj Store.
Agenoy for Dr. JaynM
For Holm nr.'
' ' Go To ;
BARCLAYS DRUG BTOUE
Chills and Povor LScrUoinco
,'mtixi.iiuti una !i. j.i ti.iij aw-fBaaaBaa
THE BEST PLACE TO BTTY ATJOXT3T
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Ctove Polidlv
California Wine, Port and Angelica;
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottle),
00 TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
AT BARCLAYS DRUG STORE. :
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking, :
Jlucilase, Ink, Eta,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
J-U.. jj I. m .jxjjfjBjn
B. tl .
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUGSTORE
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOBIf. !
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. .
French, English and American Perfumery
Wax Flower and Artists'
, , AT BARCLAYS' DRUQ STORF '
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. , , y :
Homcepathic Medicines ' '"' "
AT BARCLAYS' DRUQ STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All r
. AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials. Corks, Sealing Wax
and Corks for putting up jrrui t
AT BARCLAYS' DRUQ STORE..
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
' , AT BARCLAYS' DRUQ STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles,
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Oough Medicines of All
Paper Bags, Wrapping
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes f
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubtsr Olotls
AT nann AVin neiiA iw-r -
and Blood JPurifiq
At Barclay o' Drus Sto a
' -a. 5 ;
BARCLAYS' DRUG. STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUQ 8TORE.
and all Ague Medicinal
BARCLAYS' DRUQ STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paper and Twine
BARCLAYS' DRUQ QTUHt.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.'
At Earclayo' B3ca CisxQ