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W at aatlMitttd lo anaeuaa baas L Uurrll
I iaslni.l (atttMoBiC ol County Judge of
AuMMrtMatyfUUtrutniuif jiovasmtr. It,,,
W as amlor!rd to arnionnce SrubiB S
sjf velra, a mbdc fur in ofneo of county
Tii, is;;. .
election fJII lUMO.T
F- -.'Cttraly dork. 1
Wtar aiuhertnd toannauace Alktrt Smith "as
candidal, lor lb OtBc ot County l l'tk of
wmhim county, Election, Movtmixr o, is, ,
Wf art auiborind to aaaouoca W F. Pitchr is
auutulat tur tlx off.ct of County Uetk. Klc
Km, futtday, Xovintr tJth, 11;,.
fetst'eursbf AJfninJtr Couutvi
I uo Mi Indt pendant candidate for thr c(tc of
foaaiy Curie, at tht drction to b hrld Norcmber
srfc aaaereiul.. faithtu.ly loaittmlto ttir ilnt.il
flttoaWa, If elected. W. K.HAWKINj.
We ar author! red to annouoce Henry Planrrt o
TMbtapneiact, at a candidate for County Clerk a
Km electiea to be held November ikh, 1 STT .
To tie Editorof the Cairo Bcllitin:
Please announce that 1 am an independent candi
dal far lh otfice of county clerk of Alexnnder
comity, at the ejection to be held in November
elt. JAMES W. STEW AM' .
fft are authorised to announce Samuel J.
amm aa a candidate for the office of County
vm ciccuua to oe ceia xwemoer hd,
We art authon'ied to announce John P. Ht-lr ss
a candidate for the office of county clerk at the
etectioato be ttM .November 6th, 1T7.
To the Voten of Alexander County:
1 hereby anaounce that I am a candidate for the
eSeeof County Clerk of Alexander connty, sub
ject to your decision at your respective voting
sf.ontae Sum day ol November, 1,7.
Very Respectfully, , CASPEU YOST.
rorCoanty Hcbool Mnperinteiideiit.
We art authorized to anntunce Mrs. P. A. Tay
lor aa a candidate for re-election to the office of
aunty scno.1 superintendent, at the election to be
fceid November oth, 1H77 .
We are anthorited to anaounce Henry Smut as a
aaadidata for coroner of Alex.rtidcr county, at the
eicetoa to be held Nov. 6th, 1177.
Wt art authorized to ennounoe Richard Fltz
ferald a oandlrtate for Coroner of Alexanuer
county, flection, Nov. Oth, lb77.
O V.. i" aVar Treasurer.
Wf art authorized to announce A. J. Aldcn as
a Caadidate for the oftce of County Treasurer of
Alexander county. Election, Tuesday, .November
For Cbb(j Conamlaaloncr.
W art autborUed to announce Scott Cauble
ef Uazlewood precinct (or the otUoe ol' county
commissioner. Election, November)), 1877.
BuHOr, Democratic candidate lor Gov
ernor of Ohio, has a majority of from
22,000 to 25,000.
Ax (be recent election in Iowa tlio
Greenback party polled 35,000 to 40,000
Totes. The temperance party bad G.OOO
votes. Gear, Republican, has a majority
over Irifib, the Democratic candidate, of
Speaking of the recent great triumph
ol the Democratic party in tbo Buckeye
State, the borne of Hayes, the Philadel
phia Ckronicl very truthfully says :
"All honor to the Democracy of Ohio.
They stood true to their gtiua, and thvy
have triumphed at) they deserved tu
triumph. Victory bos perched npon
their banner, and once more there is hop
ol redeeming the country Irom the ruin
oils rule by which it ii ho lonj' been
controlled. Our Republican co-temporaries
may try to explain away their do
(eat by attributing it to the olde Issues
Greenbtcks, Labor, etc., but the tact that
there were snch siao U-uen is the only
mason why the Democrats majority
not three times as great. All honor, we
cay, to the Ohio Democracy !"
In Chicago Tribune, in a lengthy ar
ticle on the Ohio election, gives the fol
lowing sound reasons, among others not
so sound, why the Democracy carried the
state by so large a majority on Tuesday
"If there be any questions ol a public
character on which the peoplo ol Ohio
are united, and united without reference
to party lines, they are (i) that silver
shall be remonetized; (2) that the law fix
ing January 1, 1879;' lor resumption shall
be repealed, and (3) mat there shall be
no contraction ot the currency no with
drawal ot the greenbacks until a substi
tute In coin can be turnished. On these
points there Is an universal agreement
among the people of Ohio."
The TrihtM might have aa truthfully
added that the people of the entire coun
try axe rapidly becoming equally united
on all these points, and the party that
lails to note It will sooner or later "tret
left." . i .
SIOCEUS TO BB ORCa.VIZKD
THB BOCKDARrtS, ITC.
Aue liunois state Journal says: The
adoption by the Triennial ConvenUon of
me episcopal Church ol tho United
State, new In session at Boston, ol reso
lutions sanctioning the project for the
swetaoa ot two new Dioceses within this
disssswvjihmmi voiy near tue
bearu ot nuny mcmbers ot that church
iBiainois. . . t
UHe preliminary steps, It will bo re-
nteoerea, were taken in tho Episcopal
ConvenUon lor the Diocese ol Illluols,
at Chicago, a few weeks ago, when a
resolmlon wm adopted conditioned on
the success ol the friends of tho measure
in raising a sufficient fund lor the sup
port of a Bishop in each of the proposed
newdJoooees. These eflorts were suc
cessful, and the consent of the Triennial
vuvtsuuoa cooaututes uieonal step o
retlflcatlonol the measure. The Diocese
7:.rZZrz? 7 " . woiuae all the
-u t t llinou river, and as
"ui m mo tuutu line or Whiteside.
.iT-r.K. r,T.' , "Pnnguem UJooese
r"rr j" nver-w tue Indiana
border, and below the south lino ot Wood-
r9 Diocese Tfl,
: Pnowment will be to carrv
i?J5!Sf?T ihu be done by
,,.nP. jt" calllns convenUons ft
Bobs who Will ProareTtniantt
w Dioceses, and to elect Uh.i. Th2 1
Jnoambent of the Dlooese of Illinois mil
JtoicSlO la Charge ol the Dioo.4
T pps eitner 01 the new
Vlw.:ont K Is tssnred
wlrbottt iiATih.T"f,r L. TL.-T"' .
co;cci54 u staaio:; electwm of
SrtAEIB -RASDAlt riECIED ALL TDt
OTHER orriCESmtrDBT DEMOCRATS
Both Houses of the national legislature
assembled at the appointed hour on Mon
day., In tie Rouse the only matter of inter
est wa9 the election of officers. For two
hours previous to twelve o'clock the
galleries and eorriJors of the houce wero
crowded w Uh spectators. Promptly at
12 o'clock Clerk Adams called tho house
to order, read the president's proclama
tion convening congress in extra session,
and called the roll of member' i.y nintes,
commencing with Maine. I verythlng
went smoothly, the clprk prosiilin with
dignity and ability.
Alter some tune spent In wrangling
over calling the names of certain South
ern members whose sp.tt9 are contested,
on motion of Fernando Wood of New
York, the Houso proceeded to the
ELECTION OF SPEAKER.
, Mr. Clymer of Pennsylvania, nomina
ted Lion. Samuel J. Randall, Democrat,
for Speaker. Mr. Hale ot Maine nom
inated J as. A. Garllel J, Republican, ol
The result ot the ballot was, Randall,
Mi Garllcld, 132.
Mr. Randall was declared elected, and
was escorted to the chair by Jlcsnrs.
Garfield and GooJe. On taking the
chair Mr. Randall made a short but grace
ful speech, concluding as follows :
Since the adjournment an administra
tion has been inducted into otlicc which
is administering the interests of the gov
ernment, rcgnrdlees of tho great events
which marked its birth, and this house,
animated by a true spirit of patriotism
ueairiug, nm, the public tranquility un
dcr the present law, should frankly ap
prove any sincere and permanent policy
looking to complete pacification and flic
advancement ol all constitutional right
tor tlio general public welfare; and it
should be your duty to provide legisla
tion which will render impossible wrong
which have occurred and dangers which
threaten us. 1 assume you will take no
step backward in the work ot retrench
ment and reform so auspiciously begun
by the last House. It is certain that a
still greater reduction can be made with
out impairing the ctllciency of the Ad
ministration. If you would have an honest
administration it should be trupal. INeyer
belore was it moro urgent than now.
With financial distress, labor depresse 1,
when the iron rule of the hardest of bar!
necessity darkens every house in the
land, extravagance on the part of the
people's servants would be an unpardon
able crime. It Is partly because ot this
wholesome policy, faithfully carried out,
that I am permitted tQ. speak in this
place. Hoping that confidence and ro
spect will exist between the house and Its
presiding oflicer, I am ready to lake the
oath prescribed by law. Applause.
Mr. Clymer, of Pennsylvania, offered
a resolution saying he did so to expedite
tho organization ol the House, viz: That
Geo. M. Adams, J. G. Thompson, Jno.
V. Polk, Jas. M. Stewart and Rev. Dr.
John W. Poisal he declared elected to tbe
lllces of Clerk, Sergcant-aUArms, Door
K eper, Postmaster and Chaplain, res
pectlvely. A vote was taken, the reso
lution carried and tho persons therein
named declared elected.
Tho House shortly after adjourned,
fliere was another csslon yesterday, af
ter which it was believed tho house would
adjourn until next Monday in order to
give the speaker a chance to arrange the
Tbe session ol tbe Senate was ot short
duration and unimportant. Stanley
Mathews, vice John Sherman,
resigned, wis sworn in as Senator
from Ohio. Also J. Donald
Cameron of Pennsylvania, vice Simon
Cameron, and D. II. Armstrong of Mis.
sourl: vico L. V. Bogy, deceased, were
sworn in as Senators.
The usual committee to join a eiinilnr
committee ot tho Hgnse wn appointed to
Inform tho President that a quorum ot
the two houses had assembled, niter
which the Senate adjourned.
A CHICAGO TRAGEDY.
ILLICIT LOVE, A STOLEN INTERVIEW, A
Ml'RDKRER AND A SUICIDE STARTLING
DISCOVERY MADE BY A BETRAYED IIL'8
Chicago, 111., Oct. 12. A horrible
murder and suicide occurred In the brick
block No. 32 North Wells street, this
noon. The particulars, as near as cau be
learned, arc that a mau named Gladden,
at ono timo a city marshal in Iowa, came
iu mis Mivy a lew weeas ago wilu a
woman named Maud Bell, took up their
quarters at 110 East Indiana street, and
subsequently be removed her to a lions
of prostitution No. 1C3 Wells street, him
sell occupying a room in the building
wnero tue events chronicled took place,
THB WOMAN VISITED HIM
at urn rooms thu noon, but nothing la
anown as to what passed between them.
Dr. McKay, who occupies a room on the
same Door, heard a noise as of some one
u angling, aim uuKieaeu into the ball
when the horrible sight of a woman cov
ereu witn Dlood met his sight. Thinking
it Was a Case Ot heninrrhnu'nf rim I,,.,,.!"
he laid her gently on the floor, dead. At
vm. uiuuieiii a nana was laid on his
7H "" "o was tnrust roughly aside.
a u uib consternation ho beheld Gladden
"eu wltb.bood. Gladden threw
Mi UJ7V1 A UU
THE 1'HOBTIUTE FOUil
f)f thfl WAnittn n ml In 41 .
Jv"?! An "arainutio" revealed the fact
w tiiuiiiui auu jit ii vm m lniiroti vn .
" cii tin uui were cur, tlio wind
pipes having been completely severed.
1 he appearance of the room indicated a
severe struggle. Tho walls and wood-
wura woro uucnBitereci Wltn Dlnnd. 'I'h
strangest part ol this sad event Is that as
the body of the woman was being re
moved from tbe bulldimra miar rr .vi.i
svuiuTU'j mo covering irom her laoo.
I . - ".uu
wnen theory of a man wan imnr,i in
. , "MY GOD, IT 8 MY WIFE !"
The man. her husband, it
Come to the rltV thin mnrnlni. ln v
of her, and bad been attracted to tbe
scene by the crowd, nin hflmo fa tlil
and he U a resident of New Sharon, la.
Tho bodies were removed to tbo Morgue.
The whole affair seems to te a mystery,
7 -T v I'H" uuaoanu Ol 106 WO-
JPf soon after tbe tragedy
Aauu.u. . . " " ajV HHltUUV
and had not bcon found ud t
"IptfWHlHHim o until
HA.EFER'3 MAOA2C:E rOft 30
' ; VEMBER-, 1377.
Hatper's Magarlns for November 13 the
concluding number of tlio Fifty-filth Vol
ume. The publishers announce for the
coming year new serial novels by Miss
Tbaokeray, MIjs Mulock, and Thomas
Edwar J Everf tt Hale'a story, "Back to
Back," ne?un In the current Number, Is
to be concluded In the December Issue.
Among the attractions ol the December
Number will be a new poem, entitled
Keramos," by Longfellow, which will
be illustrated by Fredericks and Abbey,
and will occupy fourteen pajjes of the
The November number U richly Illus
trated, and full of exceedingly Interesting
II. W. Elliott, who knows all about
Alaska, contributes a wonderfully pic
turesque article on tliot. region, with
Mrs. Harriot Presnott Sroflord's illu
trated paper on San Antor io, deal not
alone with the almost tropical llora and
historical romance ot that region; it Is
also a faithful representntion ol the won
derful agricultural resources of Western
T. Robinson Warren contributes an
exhilarating illustrated article on
"Yachting in Bluo Waters."
I5y no means the least Interesting arti-
clo In the number is Ulive Logan's tascl.
natlng narrative of Houdlu's remarkable
career as a prcstUIIgltatcur. His most
wonderful tricks arc explained and illus
trated. "Madcletia"' is a very beautiful story,
by Mrs. ('. V. Hamilton, with three effect
ive illustrations by Abbey.
Mr. Dhickmorc's "Ererna" is conclu
ded in tills number. It has been a scrmi
story worthy of tlio brilliant author,
whose "Lorna Doono" and "Alice Lor
raine" captivated the most Intelligent
readers in England and America.
Mrs. General Fremont begins in this
number a short series ol autobiographi
cal papers a narrative of her California
experiences twenty years ago. In this
first paper we have eouio very interesting
glimpses of the scenes amidst which her
early years were passed in St. Louis,
Washington, and Now Orleans.
Very interesting and timely aro the
sketches of social life among the miners
of Scranton, contributed by Phtcbe E.
Gibbons, the author of "Pennsylvania
Miss Henrietta lloljicli contributes a
bright short story, entitled''My Mother's
The poetry of tlio Number is contribut
ed by Ellis Grap, Kate fllllard, Helen S.
Conant, Fannie R. Robinson, and Philip
The Editorial Departments, with their
social gossip, scientific and literary intel
ligence, historical summary, and humor
ous anecdotes, nre as varied and compre
hensive as usual, including a very amus-
For November presents an unusually at
tractive table of contents. Henry James,
Jr., writes in his bet vein of "London at
Midsummer," depicting with keen ob
servation and delicate humor some of
thoso traits In English character and
manners which puzzle and amuso tbe for
elgncr. Different in style', but not
less enjoyable, is a sketch of Ameri
can rural life, "The Doings
and Goings-on ot Hired Girls,"
by Mary Dean. W. A. Baillic-Grobam,
author of a well-known work on the Ty
rol, contributes an Interesting historical
paper, "The Flight of a Princess," based
on documents recently discovered In the
Austrian archives; and Hugh Craig de
scribes tbe celebrated church or mosque
of Saint Sophia, at Constantinople, and
the remarkable events cf which It has
been the scene. The illustrated papers
"Chester and tho Dee" nnu "Baden and
Allcrhelllgen," aro by Lady Blanche
Murphy and T. Adolphus TrolloDC,
Tho new serial, "For Percival," is also
illustrated. Mrs. Davis's story, "A Law
unto Herself," is brought to a conclusion
in a well contrived denouement. The
Hhorter stories are by Will Wallace Har
ney and Virginia W. Johnson; and tho
poetry by Epes Sargent, Oscar Lalghton
and V. RoseU. "Ruthin and Turkish
Music," in tho ''.Monthly Gossip," is
lively paper; and "The Literature ol the
Day" comprises notices of Mr. Parkin-
son s new work, Daudet's Jack, and
LIFE INSURANCE DECISION.
THE COMl'ANY RELEASED DY THE Sl'ICIDE
r .i i.o.fi rus-icr-uoLDER, It? ho
MIJ-LLATED IN THE TOLICY.
Washington, October 8.-T!ie Unite
States supremo court has rendered the
following Important insurance decision
hoplna Blgclow, administratrix, and
Menry 1. liigulow, administrator, ot
iieiiry w. uigclow, decascd, vs. The
a.-i:miiu jjiiu ansuraucei;nmpaiiy, In
error to the circuit court of the United
m-iTi . "'"""""crnuisirietot Illinois.
Ihis is an notion on two policies issued
by the defendant on the lite of Henry W
uigeww. i,acu coutained a condition In
avoidance, if the insured should dlo bv
suicide, sane or insano, and In such case
wuuiimiijr agraM io pay to the partv
In Interest thn iMrn,i,,l .,.ii,..r,L.'
cy at tho time of thn dentil nr in,..,.
The defendant Dlesd tlmr. itiimir.
uui mo iiueeis 01 a pistol wound, In
uicted by his own hand, ami thm i, 1.,
tended by this moans to destroy his own
1110. 10 this the plaintiffs renlip.i M.,.r
Bigclpw, at tho timo that he inHicted
,"oiui n wutm unou Ilia m rsnn h l.u
own hand, was of unaninui ,i,i
wholly unconscious of the act. '
I hero has henn n oritur ri.ai,n .1
destruction bv a nmn in nr t...i...
U within thoconultlon ot a life policy,
where the words exempt'.on nre, that the
Insured "shall commit anini.tn . "
k. 1,1. i..: 7j r. '
ujr ma utvu nana." wn on i
another form of i.i-nroooiim ...
wui out since mo dneunn nf
iuuibnco company agent, Tersy HS
Wallace ,!680),tho ouestlon ii no innciF nn
open one In this court. In this case the
words avoiding the policy wero, "shall
tllO bV Ills OWII hand." ami hni.l .1...
destruction, and did not apply to an In
sane person who tnnb tiia ntvn nn n...
the insurers In this ease have gone fur
ther, and sought to avoid altogether this
clan of rltk). If they had suScwdPti 1 i
J. T. WAREEN'&CO.
amerlraa and ttgkil
Oi l)s Ly mall
o23Kri : pou oTJOTja.pioiTa.
Ol nndl CC West Necoml St., TIXCI..ATI.
D Established 18 30.
Absolutely Pu re
J0. C. 11 IKE Jit tV CO., Proprieloi-M, Plilladelpblu, ln.
doingso, It Is our duty 'to eivo elTect to
tin contract, ns neither the policy of the
law nor sound mora I ? forbid them to
if they are at liberty to stipulate
against hazardous occupants, or un
healthy climates, or dea th by the hands
of the law, or In consequence ot injuries
rec.-ived when intoxicated, surely it is
cc .jpetetit for them to stipulate against
an intentional act of self-destruction,
whether it bo the voluntary act of a mor
al agent or not. ft Is not perceived why
they cannot limit their risks in any man
lier they see lit, provided the assured is
told In proper langungo ot the exlent ol
the limitation, and it is not against pub
lie policy. Felonius suicide
was not alone In the contemplation oi the
parties. If it had been, there was no
necessity of adding anything to tlio guu
eral words. These had been construe I
by many courts ot high authority to ex
clude self-destruction by an insane man.
Such a man could not commit felony, but
he could take his own life with a set pur
pose to do so; conscious of the physical
nature of this act, but unconscious ot
the criminality of it. It U un
necessary to discuss tho various phases
ol Insanity in order to see whether a
possible, state of circumstances might not
... .13. ...iivii nuum u imi tiiu ,uii'iili.!j. i
It will bo time to decido the fiiestioij
wnen such a c;ise Is presented. 1-or tbo
purposes ot this suit, it is enough to nv.
that, if f ho assured be conscious of the
physical nature of tho act lie is commit
tin, and intended by it to cause his
death, the policy is avoided although at
the time ho was incapable o judging be
tween right and wrong, and did not un
derstand the moral coiiserjuenccR of what
ho was doing. Any other construction
would deny to the insurance companies
the right to declare the sene In which
they used words of limitation in their
policies. Mr. Justice Davis delivered the
CHARTERED U&RC.I 21, 188
CITY NATIONAL B UllK, C AiaO
A. B. 9 AFFORD. Prealderil.
8 8. TAYLOH, Vict Hrutldent.
W. HYSI.OP, Sec'v and Treasure.
P.W. Barclay, Orus. Gauchih,
V. M. HTOciu-LHTn, VaCL O. Kcbih,
It. H. Ccvruioiiam, u. L. Haujuay,
J. M. Punxtra.
NTKILEST paid on deposit at the rate ol tlx
percent, per annum, March 1st and 6btem
wrlat. Interwt not withdrnwn is added imme
liattly to the principal of tht depoeiu. thfrbT
rivltiir - - ld Inttrsist
.. .-cui en and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
olflO can draw It.
.I'Z."7 bu'?eday rromna.m. to S p.m.
W- HT8LOP. Treasurer.
City National Bank
. STAAT8 TATlOi, J. , ( ,,,,; ,v.
... I1AJ.MDAT, W. V. HaLLriAY.
rf ILuLAMHUFt, Htii uim lllHD, '
A. U. Srr.itD.
Exchange, Coin and United States
uonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a K"-'rnl banking
uusiBcaa ilnni.. e
H. Wr-IM, Cashier.
T. J. Kvrtb, Ann. Usli 'r
Carter Cornmorolal Are. and8th0tret
f . iiroitH, f 4iro,
Wm KIuk'i Cairo.
I . tn. ( aim. W...
WcillB, l niro.
I,. ... . --'.. ...... Miiin.Biy, oi 1.UUS,
a. UuUer, Cairo, II Wll. Cairo.
nu.iahbu t'.i.n t. v Bun- i.. u.
r. II, llrlnkman, hi. IOiiis.
.1. X. Clcmaun, Caledouia.
4 Ceacmi Baukiar Boalueaa Done'
Until Bnrl KAtitrkf Tm'am.i ..i i
M all bmln taa uroruuUT attended to.
by Physicians.! I every
Use no other. I I where
art ah uoAia.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Bhawnootown, Evans
viile, .Louisville, Cinomnati
and all way landing.
I'tir fli'uaiu B.'ln-wIieW ateaiut
A" LntIt 11. I'lNNINIlYOH....
t Will Itave Cairo v':ry
The fleet uteitmi r
Leaves Cairo everv S Ti'ii' '
Each bout makes clone connections at Cairo
with flriit-clasii Btuaiuerj for .St. Luuia, Meiu
phinandNew Orleauii, and at :vaiivi)le with
the K.AC. It. it. for all point Nortk and tCant,
andwiththe LouUville Mail hu-ajuers fouaj
IKiintsonthe Upper (Jhlo, KiviiiK IhroiiKure
eelpta on freights and paiaent;crb to all punti
For ui ther information apply to
J.VMKS liliius, 'tut, urn Ann.
J. M. I'HILLIl'H, 'Attenia.
. Or to (i J. (iKAMMEK,
utKTinte!i.lent andGmerul Freight A vent.
lJ-it-iu-lv. tvanavllle Indiuna.
The Stcm Ferryboat
Will DC 1UU rciru arlv. k-avinsr (ir,.r,.
l'.eld' lanclinir ut 7:4r. 9 and l o'clock a.m.;
U:30 and 4:M o'clock p.m. OuriDi cacb
Ou Sundity hlie will leave the landing at
k ana luoclock a.m. and at 12 m., and at
1: u i.m.
Orders for Coal by the car -load,
ton, or m Hogsheads, for (shipment
promptly attended to.
io large consumers and ell
uiuniuaciurors, we aro prepared
iw auppiy any quantity, by the
raontn or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Ktyptmn AlilU, TwentleUitr.'ft.
P, ""mP-,f0"l of l liii ty-elKHtli
roil Oflice d ruwer 3oo .
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cr mi am, or
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: Barclays' Drugstore,
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At Barclays' Drug Stou.
THE BEST PLACE TO
Snoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove PoliaL
California Wine, Port and Angelica,
t rt tn tv For Medicinal use,
' AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
If you want Boschee'a German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles,
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla,
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Stove
Mucilage, Ink, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paint Brushes, Varnish Brushes, " "
4m Whitewash Brushes,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Coarse and Pine Combs,
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed'oil,
Turpentine and All Color
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean
French, English and American Perfumery "
Wax Flower and Artists'
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder
JNutmcgs, Spices, and Pepper
AL!A??LAYS' DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
and Corks for putting up Tult
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and GeEiIleiAienr
Tno Best Trusses, All Styles,
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
AT DADAI Dual
Writing PaSirTEnvelopes, Pens and Ink;
Cough Medicines of All
I Paper Bags, Wrapping
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x eainer musters ana counter Brushes
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Oloth
At Borclayo' Bnifl BiftO
THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
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and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
dAHCLAYS drug store.
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BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Free to All
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
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BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paper and Twine
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BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
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