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MOCUHiTION BT IU EXCELLENCY, GOV.
8TATK OF ILLINOIS,
!, Shelby M.CulIotu, governor ol the
utc of Illinois, do appoint Thursday,
the th day of November, M a day of
UiankBtfvin. Thii purely national fes
tival, which originated with the rilgrtm
Fathen, Is entitled to the respect and ob
servance ot all good citizeni, aa rocogni
tion of the superintending providence of
Almighty God, and an expresson of our
thankfulness to Him for Ilia bouutllul
goodness to us as a people.
Not In a spirit of boastinjr, nor with
out a deep sense of sympathy lor the na
tions so severely afflicted, It my Increase
our gratitude to remember the c audi
tion of India, stricken with famine, of
Russia and Turkey, devastated by war,
and of France, torn with lierce internal
distentions. From these evils we have
been delivered; while our civil end reli
gious privileges, the general good health
t the people, our magnificent crops,
and the consequent improved condition
of all business Interests, afford us nbnn
dant occasion for positive rejoicing.
I, therefore, call upon the clliapug ol Il
linois to assemble in their platxtf of reli
gious worship, and around tlir UMea
and flrchfc, M "mk0 this a holiday, a
day of rest and ol festivity, not forgetting
ts proper religious observance, but above
all, a day for the re-assembling of scat
tared kindred, in order to the closet knit
ting of those domestic ties which are the
pledge and grouml of national union and
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal ot the
state to be affixed.
Done at the city of Sprlngfiold, the sec
ond daj of November, A. D. 1877.
8. M. Cii.i.om, Governor.
By the Governor;
Uo. H. Harlow, Secretary ot State.
TllK NEW EXEMPTION LAW OF
Under the new exemption law passed
by the legislature at its session last win
ter, the following property Is exempl
from executlou, writ ot attachment, and
distress from rent, viz: First, the necess
sary wearing apparel, bible, school books
and family pictures ot every person .
Second, one hundred dollars worth of
other property to be selected by the deb
tor, and, in addition, when the debtor
is the head ot a family and resides with
the same, three hundred dollars worth ot
other property, to be selected
by the debtor: Provided, that
such selection and exemption shall not be
made by the debtor, or allowed to him or
her for any money, salary or wagei due
him or her lrom any person or persons
or corporation whatever. The act fur
titer provides that when a debtor desires
to avail himself ot exemption aforesaid,
he shall make a sworn schedule of all his
personal property of every kind, inclu.
ding money on hand and debts owing
hlra, and deliver the same to the officer
holding the execution, who is required to
summon three householders and appraise
the same. After such appraisal tho debt
or is required to select from
such schedule the articles
lie or she may desire to retain, the aggre
gate value ot the sauiu not to exceed the
amount of exemption, and deliver the re
mainder to the officer. When the head
of a family dies the exemption extends to
his family. None of the property abeye
mentioned is exempt when the debt or
the judgment Is for the wages of any lab
orer or servant, providing the court rens
dering the judgment shall find that the
demand sued for is for wages due such
person as laborer or servant, which find
ing Is to be expressed in tho record of
such imlgment and endorsed upon the
execution when Issued.
.SOUND AND ELOQUENT.
llobert G. Iogcreoll Is not greatly to
be blamed for refusing to believe in God
or the Bible. If be can't believe, accord
lug to our view there is the end ot it.
But he is to be blamed for marrying In
any degree the christian's hope. In his
orations and pamphlets tie Is wonderful
ly eloquent, striking, persuasive. At the
pismire maj crumble down the castle
walls, so Ingcrsoll may insidiously
weaken the christian's faith and dim hia
hope. This Is stupendous vandalism,
He destroys, and for what good purpose?
To niako men better? No. To make
men greater lovers of their kind? No. Tt
make them better patriots, more honest
men, mora just, more generous, more
mereiful? No. Tho tendency of his teach
ing is simply to brutalize men. Lite la
a breath. If there is no Beyond, that
man is a fool who does not make the most
of lite. There is atter death, be says, no
punlaUment for erll deed, no rvwaids lor
a noble, setf-sacrlflclng life. So there is
no Incentive to walk in the path of duty
and justice, nor to put ourselves out one
whit except to gratily our passions. A
brave man may come calmly to accept fi r
himself utter ex Unction. But there is no
superlative degree of stoicism that can
nerve any soul lrom utter prostration
that, viewing the new-made grave of
some loved one, is confronted by the tact
that the separation Is eternal. Mr. In
rtrsoll tears down, but cannot build up.
It is work is sheer vandalism of the mon
strous kind. 11 he really believes all he
talks and writes ot, why, for sweet pity's
sake, does he not keep the maddening
story to himself?
liREADFUL SHRINKAGE IN NEW
YORK REAL ESTATE.
(New Yoik Utter in Troy Time..
There seems to be no bottom as yet
found lor real estate. Ten years ago the
climax ai reached, and the first five
yetrs of decline were very gradual. Ths
hut lire, however, have shown a rapid
as well as a steady uu, until the question
has to be met: is there any such thing
as allied valuation? Among the latest
notlcable points In this connection la the
failure of (Jen. Duryea, who Is one ot tha
veteran business men of ths city, lie
bad invested the fruit of a long lito el
traffic in real estate, which has been annl
Dilated by the shrinkage. To give de
talis, It may be said that he owns a
property which was estimate.! at $126,.
000, whlou is mortgaged lor $40,000.
This property Is on Filth avenue and vi
cinity, and yet it is said that it will not
bring more than the amount ot mortgage.
The failure of FrincisThomcs is another
instance. This man is an old merchant,
his nam having been a fixture in Maiden
Lane for thirty years. He has made a
fortune and invested it in real estate. As
the latter laid handsomely, he extended
bis opcra'mns, giving mortgages for pur
chase meaty, and the shrinkage now
leaves no margin above the latter. This
was precisely Edward Matthews' fate.
In lWDhe was a millionaire, but In 1875
he was a bankrupt, and yet il'iring this
cntiro transition he held the :.u c uuiount
of real astate. The decline in Fitth
avenue property is such that were the
Stewart palace put Into the market it
would not bring more than the coat of
the lot. But have we got down to hard
pan yet? This is a difficult iuestiuii to
The Elotlii lions;!" Prnring
loir t iiulrra-Knlnllv luiurtMl I n-
oat S'oumjr'n Wnnftt Crop Tartae
(lie rar" "She Uullelln. '
Dongoi.a, Ii.L., Nov. 20,1877.
Editok Bulletin: We are here again
with a small batch from Dongola. Mince
our last article our
ELECTION TOR COl'NTY OFKICKK8
has been numbered with past tiling".
Honorable Tl.omas Uilcmau wus ro
elected judge ot the couuty court, Win.
8. Hauners. clerk. The boys, who were
beaten In the race, re all convalescing
and will soon he themselves aicain.
is still Improving. Two more new
stores added to the list. Trade Is brisk
and money plenty, and all who try are
Some ol our farmer1! have
LOST A I'ART OK TDKIR HOCiS
by that scourge railed hog cholera. If
the weather should turn cold, not many
days would pass till all the fatted lius,
would he salted down.
A few days ago Isaac B. Lasex, one ol
our most Influential farmers and orchard-
from being run over by one of hia cows.
The cows were lighting, and he attempt
ed to separate them and in so doing was
knocked down on the frozen grouuu, re
ceiving injuries from which lie died in
about 24 hours. He was sent to Hock
Island tor interment.
WUKAT IN USION COUNTY.
We now have," nearly, the amount of
wheat raised last year in Union county.
We think we are safe in giving the
number of bushels, at 250,000. With such
a crop ot wheat, backed by a full avcrago
crop ot corn and a full crop of all kinds
of vegetables, who will dure to grumble.
Whoever has done his duty well the pait
season can well afford take a little re
creation; and by the way certainly has
money enough to
BUY rEK IODICALS
for bis family, it be has one, and It he
has not, now is a good time to get in pos
session ot one. We suggest to all, take
paperB. Tun Bulletin Is ono among the
best home papers we have, and should
be on tlio stand ol every family in
But we arc spinning this "batch" to
too great length, so ri;iut here we stop.
Senator Sharon, having been urged to
come on to Washington, replied that he
could not leave Calilornia before the 20th
ol December. This settles it, and But
ler, Eustic, and probably Spoflord, will
be admitted to seats.
McCormick's resignation as assistant
secretary of the treasury is to take effeet
the llrst or the year, lie win prouimiy
be succeeded bv Russell llastlnjr, foim-
erly ot Ohio, but now or Illinois. Uasts
logs was an officer of thereglmeut which
rresiuent isayes commanueu uunn me
war, and was afterwards marshal ot the
Northern district of Uhio. when the
change is made, Judge Smith, another
personal lriend of the president, now ap
pointment clerk of the treasury depart
ment, is to bu made supervisor-general
of steamboat inspector, to ount Conk
ling's man, Gen. JJumont, now holding
It la believed that the senate judiciary
committee will recommend the confirm
ation of Gen. Harlan to be justice of tho
A new Democratic daily newspaper is
to be started ;on the first day of tlien gu
lar session of congress and Is to be man
aged by StUson llutchlns and John l ock
rell. The current report that Joseph
Pulitzer is to be connected with the pat
per Is pronounced by that gentleman as
being without foundation.
TUB PRESIDENT AND TBI SILVER BILL.
The correspondent of the .St. Louis
RtpxMican lays: "A prominent officer ol
tue government ana iikeiy lrom nil po
sition to be acquainted with the views of
the president upon the silver question,
made the following statement to-day
apon the subject: The president is nat
urally a cautious man, and has kim more
(ban usually cautious upon this question,
but he does not appear to have taken
anyone into his confidence, and probably
remains uncommitted. He has been de
voting special attention to this phaso of
the United States currency question dur
ing the past week, and his inquiry has
seemed to be particularly struck by the
probability that our boiidn will come
back from Eurone in case silver Is re
monetized tor all purposes, and disturb
all our commercial and monetary rcla
Hons with that country so far the evils
alleged, against the step proposed In the
Bland silver bill appear to make the most
definite Impresiion on him.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
ThelConcest in the Senate Cono
vsr and Pattorson-But one Way
to Defeat the Domocrats-Do
Adjournment-What Hayes Will
do Colorado Conkling'a Com
ths sksatr contest.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 21, is".
Yesterday, for the first time in many
yean,, presiding olllccr of tho .Senate,
threw a casting vote on a purely politic
cal question. Three Republican Senators
joined the Democracy in an etlorttoaeat
feaator M. C, ButUr of South Caiollua,
i r. jnu.'g.ajJi'Jig-j vsu
and so close was the vote that, on a pre
liminary question, Air. Wheeler's vote
was necessary, it was not exactly a
test question, as one of the Republicans
who will finally vote with the Democrats,
Conover, of Florida, voted with the He
publicans. The vote was tor sojourn
ment until Holiday next, and ibis siugu.
lar action of Mr. Conover iu putting his
hand to the plow, and then turning buck
deterred tho admission ot Butler until
next wecK. However, uulcss the Repub
licans can And means of deterring a lloal
vole until the session is over or develope
better leadership, Butler will get Ms seat.
ANOTHER PECULIARITY OF THE CASE
is that Conover, though ho will vote for
Butler, Democrat, ol South Carolina, will
also vote to admit Kellogg, itrpublican,
of Louisiana. But, with Butler admitted,
his voto will aflect that of Conover in the
Kellogg ease, and Kellogg will be defeat
ed and Spoflord, Demoerut, be admitted
in his plare.
There seems to be
HUT ONE WAY
to prevent the accomplishment of what is
outlined above the changing ot the sen
ate from a Republican to a Democratic
body and that is for the Jtepubilcans to
get theliellogg case before the Ftwite
in advance of the Butler ta.-e. Then,
having Conover'a vote, there would be a
tie, and the presiding o libera vote would
admit Kellogg. There hus not been n
much excitement In the Senate fur yeais
as has grown out or this question. Tele
grams have been sent Senator h'liaron,
who has not been here this session, mid
to Blaine, The latter is piiired with
G rover, ot Oregon, so that his vote would
not change the result, but his prestige as
a parliamentarian and U attitude on the
Southern question are much relied on to
aid tho Republicans.
Yesterday morning it was thought
there might be an adjournment on Satur
day or Monday, but the Senatorial com
plication, which will delay action on
Various other mutter8, will probably
keep Congress together till the end of
There are many eon trad ietory rumors
WHAT MH. HAYES WILL DO
with the silver remonetiutioii hill it it
conies before liiui. the best opiniou
seems to be that before he will sign it ho
will insist on certain chunges from Its
shape when It eamo from the
House, If these can be agreed
upon by both House and Senate it
may be that bis approval will be given
the bill that Just what the bill would
amount to there would be a question.
The Executive not having the confidence
ol either Honse and the two Houses be
ing in opposite party hands, ami botli
parties being more or less divided on the
silver bill, It is difficult to tell what may
take place. It is known only that Hayes
has modified his views In the Ia?t year
greatly on the question.
THE YOUNO.Esr OF THE STATES,
Colora do, fares badly in the house. She
has no Representative, the election coni'
mittce being unable to agree upon a re
port to suit either tbe Republican or
Democratic claimant, or declare the seat
vacant. The subject will probably no
over to the regular session.
SENATOR CONK LINO'S COMMITTEE
on commerce has now recommended to
the senate for continuation all the nomi
nations before it in, which there was no
contest. This does not of course include
the New York custom house cacs. On
them there ts no doubt to be a lively
Loss of tbeTJnlUd Btates War Steamer
Over One Hundred Men Crowctd.
The United States war steamer Huron,
with one hundred and thlrty-ttvo souls
on',board, struck a reef oil Kitty Hawk on
the North Carolina coast between inhr
night and Sunday morning. A terrible
storm was raging at the time and the sea
was running high. Of the one hundred
and thlrtjMive olBcers and men on the
vorixel at the time of tho disaster, one
hundred were either submerged with the
sinking vessel or were washed overboard
and drowned. The Huron had been out
lrom Portress Monroe only twelve hours
when the disaster occurred.
The theory ot those well acquainted
with the coast is that the Huron caught
in the height ot the gals and while trying
to hold her head on to the wind her iuc
cliiDery gave way, her sails were use
less and she drltted ashore. It appears
there was no assistance rendered from
shore, life-saving stations not having
been manned. The U. S. steamer Pow
uattanhas left Foitess Monroe lor the
Fcene ol the wreck.
Tho Huron was built at Chester, Pa.,
and was first christened the Alliance but
was afterwards named the Huron. She
was a third-rate screw live hundred and
forty-ouetons, aud when she went ashore
had s crew ot H'J men and 15 olliccrs.
She carried lour guns and was schooner
rigged. COME AND &EE ME !
I am now offering iny entire
FortheXtst Thirty laj
An I initial tiuit tht humm,
PAUTHW IN SEARCH OF lUlt
UAIKS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
C1VCMR A CALL.
1. W ALDER,
i'or. 6th Street and Ohio Levcs.
To Inventors & Manufacturers
Gilmore,Smitli & Co.
Solicitors of Patent and Attorneys at
American and Foreign Fatent
No Fees hi Advance, nor uutll a Patent
is allovveJ. Ao l'tti far making Pit-
Special attention given to Interference
Caes before the Patent Office, Infringe
ment Suits lu the different States, and all
litigation appertaining to Patents or In
SmJ Stamper Pamphlet nJSUty Pmjti
h njuiom:, smith co.,
C:i I St., Wmhinitbii, D, C.
nu.l All kn.l t'ouuci rrotliue.
93 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Ills.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif-
Clothes, ling ExpenBC
Lidies' ind Gali'. a o. d.
Old flats Made New.
-,. Higlitli Sired.
VAI.V r AKDOIM.
B. F. Slake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Mways on huml, the cclr ImU-i1 illiinilnutlo
Oornnr UUventh Strtt and Wabl
The attention ol tlin public U callril
to this grout improvement iu
Owners ci Hi::;: tii Gits it a Trial,
Call it the-
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and Le convinced of the
great superiority of tliis new collar over
the old style hard and stitt' collar now In
use. It is a well-known fact that every
day large number of horses are renderud
unfit lot service by thirling, caused by
tho use of the old style collar, and that
by this means many' horses are made to
balk, 'llils new cailar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
is the hi st made. Come and see them
at 119 Commercial avenue.foot of Seventh
WiluU.sSAI.li AND UETA11..
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th tret and Commerci Ave.
0. 0. PATIER& CO.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mr. C. McLean desires to announce to
the public that sho has determined to
closi out her large and elegantly assorted
stock ot MILLIXHUV GOODS, inclu
ding Ladles' FURNISHING GOODS of
nearly every description, L'NDKK
WKAU, HOSIERY", etc., with a very
large assortment of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's SHOES, all of which must be
(old within the next
At Cost. Now is the time for ladies to
buy Hats, and everything else in the
HjT.Y old bills must ho settled at
omc, or they will ho put out for col
lection. MRS. C McLHAN.
Iiirley h Co
F!mu.i CTilaat. Milkoul cb.r... ThI
BOOTS & SHOES,
Coffefc, Sugar and Syrup.
Specialty In Teas.
Good Delivered Promptly.
I'. Hum, Pn-altlrnl. H. Willi, Culiier.
I. Nttr. Vicrl'rtM't. T. J. herlli. Aunt. Ciil.'f
raw n mi,
C ;rnr Commerolal A ve. and Bth Street
K. Hififx, I jm. Win Klnr, iro.
I'. Ned, jIio. Win Wolln, I uiro.
A. hutunku, luiro. K. I.. Hulinusly, SI I.oi.is
K. Iiuilrr, c'mrii. II. Wflln, t'niru.
K. 11. liniiLiuitn, "i. Ixmin.
I. V. ( Irllld'in, ultitulJlit. .
4 Ueneiul Hiiuklng Hiiwlnr none
1 f-Kli'linnf stiM an. I bought I u Cut-frit miil
0 tlie Xuviuira Hi 'rlii.i,t. l ullmtluua made,
ml nil bUHinea uiumiitlv nttrailfl Ui.
STEATTON & BIRD,
Ag'U AMERICAN POWDER CO.
f7 Ohio Lflveft.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Padueah, Shuwneotovrn, Evans
ville, liouisvuie, uinoinnau
and all way landings,
The eltiftint uliUrWlitel tlinn
iVif.TBH H. rMr!OTOM llmtlT
JlJAlll.Uti 1'KNNINUTON Ul-rk
t Will ltv Cairo every WKDNKHUAY t
o'clock ii. in.
The fltx't bh uim r
Hum II.iwat.j Matitor
Kb. Tur,UA Cierk
UavmUiro evirv 9ATUKUAY.
Rich bot luukes r.Uite coiinectlunt it Cairo
With lr!-i:Jnu auwmi-ra for Ht. I.oiiik, Mejn
ci .New Orltuuui, toil t Evaiiaville with
ItieK. AC. 11. H. l'urll)oluni.Nurtkuid tut.
unci with the JmuvUlP Wail fU-ajiura fix-ull
Doint oiilhe UjipCT Ohio, Kivintf Uirougliro
ouliiU onlriiKhU mid jiunauugiTK to all uiriUi
Kur urthRr Information apply to
.JAMIvS IllWUd, i'ftjwnger Agent,
il AI.L1DA Y BKOS. , J ...
J. M, l'HILl.Il'S, 1AK''
Or to ii. J. UKAMMKK,
diilHTinUnilent ami Goneral Kreiirtit Agent,
UKJ-JU-lv. fcvaiiivllle Imtiniia.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Betweon Washington and Com
mercial Avennes, adjoining
NO CURE-NO FEE!
llius If I
S M bmI WwLitttfUiD ilml, CsmM. fwt (Lt art f all
Dr. O. ts gikUuM ot IU Bt(imui Kh1. ftni uirs no
try; km IvyMt itm1is io ! .u4 utrt. ,,v
aaBvwimw fur tuttbU. Sw Hfty Csbts for M A H
iktt ftbd KllU)D ttkj Hhr l'kU tiA (WlU lit Hub'
i uJ CVvUlsi oli subufUht lumiuftbut ti strwl. .vu'
(Mill fr Mt4 cubD
cat id the known worla. SampU S'uuA 'w la
YkSAK. Agents wintl. Bu1.
AdilfvssJ H'UBi H 4 CU..Ht Unis. ks
in. i ililv r,.ivil. l-.nr.:rsi; titt fmMit ilV.
iViii nu'i tur p-irtiruinrs. JDi-. C'arV
rm Kt 1,4 I V 1 1 R I V
If you want to bo Strong, Ilealthy
and Vigorous, takeE. f. KunVd'a Bitter Wine
ol Iron. No language can convey an adequute
iUeaut tlie iuiiiie'tiate auil almost uiiranuloaa
chanpe produced by taking K. V. Kunkel'a Bit
ter Wine of Iron iu thedleaned, debilitated anil
battered nervous pyateui. Whether broken
d wn jg eie88, weak by nature, or impaired by
icknejs, the relaxed and unstrung organ.zatton
la reitored to perfect healih antT Vigor, Hold
only ia In SI bottles. Sold by all druggieti and
Nervous Debility 1 Nervous Debility
Debility, a deiireaaed, Irritable Hate oi' mluil,
a weak, nervous, exhausted feeling, no energy
or animation, confuted head, weak memory,
the consequences ol excesses, mental overwork.
This nervous debility llnda u Bortfjjgn cure In
K. K. Kunkel'a Hitter Wine of Iron. It tones
the system, dispels the mental gloom and de
spondency, and rojuvinatea the entire system.
Hoiiioniy in vi uotties. .ci me genuine, iim
only K. r, Kunkel'B. It liaa a yellow wrapper
only r. . r , nunKci-B. II lia
around It, his photograph
yourdriigglst. K. r . Ku
5j'i North ISlmh Stiieet,l'h
u onoiiisme. ouiu uy
nUel, propriefor, o.
hllndeluhra. fa. Hend
for circular, or advice free, Try my great remedy.
Uet it ol yonrdrugglst, six bottleh lor i.m. it
cannot full. Jt it guuranttwl to do as in recoiu
Worma! Worms! "Worms 1
. F. Knnkel's Worm Syrup never fall to
remove all kinds ef worms. Kent, I'ln and
Stomach Worms are readily removed by Kua
kel's Worm Syrup. Dr. hunltsl is the only suc
cessful Physluiau in the country lor the remov
al of Tape worms, lie removes tlira In S to '
hours, wllh head and all complete, alive, and no
fee until head la paused. Common seusa teaehes
If Tape Worms cun be removed, all other
worinn ran be readily destroyed. Ask your
drtiggM for a bottle of Kuukel'a Worm Syrup,
frlce )l per Inittle. It uever fails, llheliaiit
not, liavehlmget It, or send to Fronneter, K.
'. u'unkel, a.t) North Ninth Street, riiiladol
pbiu, y, (Advice at. nice live, er by mall.)
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Faints-All Mer.--E.aJj for lie M,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can.
The Only Porfeot Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. Wo sell at their Prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
ernes. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use -Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to AH
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Luht week I bouKht a 10 cent package of Wantnne and done my wishing in one hill
the usual time st less than half the cunt of Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, nml it did not shrink my woolons, and for once I was enabled to get a
but dinner on Monday. So ladle try it, and you will save labor, lime and Money. It is
perfectly mfe to use it. MK8. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' Ea;n'utrab'"t,lC
In re Imported Hay Hum, Nplemllil Canada Tar
Noap ItagllNh and American Noaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Hottlen or In Broken QuantK
Hon a wanted at lovr'prlcen.
Buy Your Bruc
At Barclays' Drugstore.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MEMT. Highly Commended by tho
U. S, STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY.
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate tht
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
VSSl UJL UliL
. Jamjn .ia.
.J L- I. ail
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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