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A CAIRO )0I)QK. NO. ttf.A.F. A A. M.
Hold imniUt euauniuuflaUona la Ma-
. tonic Hull, txtr-Mr
EtKhth atn-4. on Ilia aaoot and
nnrtk Moadar olmek ajioal.
; Tbi Indiana Democratic slate conuu
Dad meet od Wednesday next.
Tbkrb Htttil to be several candidate!
to tbe Held for clerk ot (be appellate
ecurt of this district. Prominent among
them are J. Q. liar man, Esq.. ot Cairo,
. who U perfectly competent, W. 8. Fore
man, Esq.. an able gentleman, former
" proprietor of the Nashville Democrat,
We think Itadytmble to ail a Democratic
- convention at Mt, Vernon, where the
appellate court alts, and nominate a ean
- dldote lor this office. JonMSora Outfit,
There are already to our knowledge
. lour candidates in the field lor this Im
portant office. . Among them the gentle.
' men mentioned above, W. C. Lacrwe,
elrctilt clerk of Effinehiro county, and
one other whose name has slipped our
nwraory. As tbe Oaittie suggests, It
will be nesessary to hold a convention to
; nominate a candidaic, and Mt. Vernon It
perhaps tbe proper place for the mnvn
Mon to assemble.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Tub St. Louis Pric$ Current says: "The
New Orleans Picayunt- In an editorial
headed 'Lew.- Improvcmuot and Chans
nel Improvement," rather question the
benefits to be derived Irora the proponed
Opt. Ends' system towards dixpenslnj-
wim levee .improvements, it ms as
though the Pieayutu folks are determined
, to be nonbellever la any Improvement
ontll It la actually thrust upon tbem.
The ability ot an amount of water, cucb
as la continually flowmar down tbe
Mississippi rlverto carry off surplus ao
eumnlatlons at shoal places by confining
- It to a narrow channel and also to deepen
It, has been amply demonstrated undr
tbe very nose of the Picayune at the K ttlea
, Ivtry day adds to too depth of the chan.
nel at the jetties where the forco of flow
of the water l Tery much retarded by
the rolume ot wafer of the Gulf, while
.anywhere upon the river above this
difficulty would not be met with.
Tbe New Orleans TWM.speculaiinj- on
the probabilities ot a war between Kng-
land and Russia, says: "The war be
tween Russia and Turkey did not help
provisions any. Will it be otherwise if
England engages In the tight The gen
era! Impression Is that it will, and that
mess pork, at tbe tiring .of tbe first gun,
will advance probably one dollar on tbe
barrel. The wisest comment we can
make on the prospect is, that the eyent
will prove tho fact. We saw a dispatch
from a St. Louis shipper saying. "Hold
. my pork strong everything excited." j
The provision trade will pardon us if
we advise them to keep cool ; there Is no
, room for excitement. They are digging
; hogs out ot the mud-holes all over ths
- north still, and there la no telling when
they will ,ult that sort of business.
Nevertheless It Is not to be doubted that
a declaration ot war between England
and Bussla, will strengthen tbe market,
and at It Inclplency lead to an advance
nor or leu marked, but still we can't
see b!g prices, only better ones. It is
somewhat otherwise to regard to wheat
. and flour, although the changes even In
that market are not likely to be as great
as the more enthusiastic speculators im
maglne. Should there be war, an ad
vance of one dollar on fUror Is not an
till Aaalbev IMajt la "-
Thoa Tt rretly lrJa, Bajca
mm Iktratsa, Vu&tt n"('lina"
r ke Bavlltsk ye f 0ilf-Nf-a,
t amoieuta, Kt.
BOW CA-X WB COME AT II
1 WisBiaiOK, D. C. Feb. 13, 187S.
It Is not anllkcly tbat tbe people of this
country could save thirty or forty mil
lions ot dollara by tbe Judicious expendl
tore of few hundreds of thousands. It
is plain that those millions could be saved
by cutting down government expenses,
without Interference with tbe harmonious
and ale working ot the machinery. But
this retrenchment Involves the cutting
downol tularin a well as other expends,
aud there we
T0UC1I ITS CONOHCHSMAV
In a tender spot. If some deoonl way
could be found to except him from the
general reduction 1 am satisfied that he
would at once lessen the pay ot every
officer of the government, and force the
utmost economy In every expenditure.
But with what face can be say tbat bis
uelghbor shall suffer while his own pay
remains untouched 1 We must devise a
scheme for making up to him what be
will lose by reductions which the tyn
dition of the country renders imperatively
necessary. Who willstartasutwrlptifln?
r.DEB the srru..
Even as moths fly around the Are that
is yet to destroy them, so do Hayes and
Sherman and tbe rest of the adtninistra
Uon coyer around the New Orleans trou
Die. Rather, perhaps, they feel the
tbat makes criminals revt.lt lb swnes
of their crimes. "Visiting statesmen '
should be appointed to advise Messrs.
Hare and Sherman to keepek-arof an
aflair whlrb an only be tmsincvs !
their? if they are guilty AnderMMi
sod W'lls !
ins wroi.b cooiax
Is wsk hlne tbem. Hares is In the White
iloose and Sberinsin in tbe treasury only
because Bradley and the rest said that
tbe Federal government could not inter
fere with the returning board of a cover
elgn state, nv mutter ho great the
fraud of that board might be. Hayes
and Sherman should remember this, and
keep their band off and tonguus erill.
INTERESTING TO J.AWTBR9.
Beprcsentatlve Glover, of Missouri
whoee ideas, of republican government
are perhaps as sound and slear as those
of any other man In congress, recently
presented a bill to prescribe tbe means
by whlou attorneys practicing before the
departments shonld be "cut cfl" or di
barred from sued practice. Heretofore a
large business of that kind, built up alter
great labor and expendltnre. and perhaps
by years of both, could be destroyed in
a moment by the petty head ot an lnig
nltlcant bureau, who would quite likely
be himself merely a bird of passage,
holding his place for a month, and then
being turned out to make place for some
one eW. Representative Gloye.r pro
poses tbat a bearing shall bo given by
the attorney-general of the u nited States
before the attorney shall be disbarred,
and this, or some other check upon men
having "a little brief authority," seems j
to me eminently proper.
What tbe silver bill senate debate may
seem to our descendants to amount to we
cannot tell, but those of us who hays
listened attentively to them fall to find
Instruction or new ideas In any except
those ot Voorhees, Bayard and Blaine,
The others bave been dull enough, and
have bad few listeners. What Jones
will say, who has lu his employ
ment a roprolsr staff of men who
do nothing but read on the subject
of silver, so tbat they may supply
him with points, what Couklln may say.
If be speaks on the subject, may be well
worth bearing, but the five senators
named are all who, as we look upon tbe
matter now, can gain any reputation
from the discussion. A vote will prob
ably be reached this week, aud a weclktn
tbe hoti?e will settle the subject flnally.
. For Appellate Court Clerk
' , V.U Cliriua.
CJobo Q.Harmao.ot Cairo, l candl
date lor clerk ol tbe appellate court, sub
ject to JA-inocratU) nomination. We
have known John for many years, and
will youob for, his ability and genuine
worth, as a man and an officer.
Mother Murderillor Offspring.
our community was shocked on last
Saturday morning by the report that a
' servant girl at tbe Logan House by the
same of Maggie Wilson bad given blrtb
to a child and bad thrown it In the privy
vault ot tbe hotel Subsequent Investl
, gaoons proved the correctness of tbe
rnmorandthe coroner was summoued,
the child taken from the vault and an ic
quest held over Its remains. The verdict
" of the Jury was that "We the Jury, eum.
monea u investigate and Inquire Into
: the cause of tbe death of a female infant.
fbudla the privy vault ot the Logan
House, in Mnrpbysboro, Illinois, from
' the evidence adduced believe tbat Maggie
Wilson Is It mother, and that tbe child
. eamesoiU death through tbe criminal
neglect ot Its mother. Haggle Wilson."
The coroner held her to bail npon tbe
above verdict, and a guard was placed
ever the inhuman mother, and as soon as
hie she would have been removed to the
Jail lor aafe keeping, but the doctor npon
ffotnf to see ner Wednesday morning
loud that the bad flown, like tbe Arab
"who silently folded bis tent and do
- jntdbyatarUgbt." The evidence be
fre tbe eoroner's jury and tbe drcunv
Cszczt connected with it are ot tbe most
lrj character, and It U with re
itkat w speak of tbe matter at
. Wt Upe, however, that she may be
trrltzJ taade to pay the penalty
. . j .7 .-ai, inhuman act.
. '" MSwaaawAMaaWMrMaRSaaMtaMpaaMaaM
; , yattsy Oarioa. .
) c? cur Democratic exchanges In
' s Clet are Intimating that
. n to b a 'candidate for r
y' VJlXi fclhet to thu
OUR MOTTO: M Tho Best Goods at the Lowest Price."
Tbe lollowliig personal sketch of Bob
Ingersoll, Iroin the pen of a Washington
eorrespomluiit T a western Journal, will
be ria i rti.u itnerest:
Thai uiivntb dtvll of a fellow known
as lUi Ingursoll Is attracting attention
In the capital, ills checks are Dink, and
they puff out like the Inilaled cheeks of
Kapnaers cneruiM, ' uin eyes are big,
and blue aud innocent, and his lips pout
out in Infantile displeasure at the Chris
tian world. His hands are 1st and
dimpled. He wears a ring with a big set
in it on bis third finger; ho has a clean,
white, bald head that looks like a well
watlied California turnip, and California
diamonds glisten ou hi breast, i bis
handsome beathcu said to me that his
UuugbUtrs, botii grown, bad never beard
a seriuon or been in a church in their
lives, ihat thy had never heard a
bleing ufked nt the table but once.
I lieu Kiev were visluni; at lite home oi a
deluded Chriftian reluiivit. Wheu grace
was MtiJ, the lu;eroli isuilly bad hard
wwk to keep their fuevs straight. Most
ix'rwttisvven devoid of ordinary reilg
lou fervor would uot see anything ex-
ctiiniveiy lutmy in a mau who believed
In a supreme belli - ihaukina' tbat
rutlier tr food: but lo the ln
j;t rMill it wt slde-splittinx- Not
iily ifvM tir paterlamiia not De
Hiv In Gihi. but he dou't bes
liuvr in timrches or schwls. HUchlh
iivii I, ve never bTn to school. "In
ti 'I - pupils study k'coKraphy for years.
B tm:i who baa ho sense haA no use of
IP'til.'riipriy , any one wno uas sense can
learn ail tm: K''apny they ntcj m tlt
teen minutes," said the starlline re
former. "In arithmetic everything Is
studied wronpr. Geometry i-liould bu the
first furm or inattieroellc-s. i ou studied
a cube root before you knew what a cube
was what it looked like, How it was
drawn iJlln't your Very well. That's
all wrong. In grammar a scholar don't
want but one lewwn. V? rb- and nouns,
adverbs, pronouns, and every Irretrolar
verb ought t- b: wrau-hed oJt of the
langunge; irrtiilur verbs il all ttie
damage, ne all the tronble."
Not alotw nwx this free-tiiliiker oji
poie ehurcber and schools, hut he ids
disbeliever in ttu old notion rf watxh
fuluess ou the part of parent .
"Sneak after your children; watfluli'-in
through tbe key-hole, and they will ulip
Into nnrsratory before your eyes."
Now, for a man who 'believes not" In
a bell or Its ante-room, purgatory, tbe
statement tbat If you watch aehlldtoo
closely he will enter a place tbat ha no
existence, is an Ingersolltsn syllogism
whose conclusion is derived ;lrom In
gersollian premises not laid down In tbe
rhetoric now in common use. nut in
eersoll Is a law unto himself. He does
not stick to rules laid down In the books.
He believes in nothing but what is capa
bleot proof. He believes nothing but
what can be demonstrated. Several
ladies were discussing Ingersoll. "He
believes nothing but what Is capable of
demonstration, said a nrlghbeyed
"Does he believe that be has a reason
ing faculty f asked a quiet invalid,
"oh. yes. of course'
"How does he know It t He ba never
seen It, nor felt it, nor smelt it. He can
not measnre its width, nor depth, nor
tell It color or textnre. everything
that xws Is capable of demontratlon.
Inirersoll's mind Is not capable of de
monstration; therefor, ingersoiis minn
does not exist."
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
CK- OD CD .03 13B II ,
Dry Goods, BcJ and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats, and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. E
shortest short line
ifiUt IraluhT Ubl tm& eonaxrt t St. (oui,
and t'aat st. Louii. wirb all i mr Udh in
thtJIorlb. F.mI iiad Weol.
Tbr-ujh txtirats Iean Cairo f a.m.
" Arrivi, E.Su Loula 6 :U p. in
Mnrrih jiboro AceomuuxUulon Laatct
Caio i 4b p.m
Murphysbofo AacoatmodatioB ArriTea
at Uunthmboro a -Md n n
Tbrougti Ciprraa Lnitt B. Ft. Louii ' 9 a,m
Arri? es at utiro ;V p.lu
Mnrpkyibfira Afj-ommxltion Leaves
iiarvlivtboro-.. S;4't a.m
Btuihyjboro Aimnix!aiiiB Arrives
iiairo w. I'i.wp.m
TS Cain anil St. Lotila
t ALL BAIL BOCTK be-
tweas Cairo and St. Louts oadar on tuaa-
atvmcat ; tWefora itxrcar no dalaya at war
tuilooa awaiitog eoaMeiioBi from oilitr llaes.
Tuuutr Golrr 5nrth. Korlktait tad Went
should not bay tatir tickets until tttty aavs
aminca oar raica ana roaiti
F. C. BCEIX. 0. T. WniTLOCK,
Kwirft Art. 'Pauranr Agent,
Savinge of tbe People.
The New York Public says : Kopre-
sentative Phillips, oi Kansas, a man once
well and honorably known, but now very
far gone in repudiating tendencies, has
Introduced a bill which deserves more
attention than 1U paternity Is likely to
give It. It alms to provide for funding
the eatings of tbe people In a popular
loan, ana to make It Interconvertible. It
provides lor receiving savings at postal
savings banks from 55 cents upward, and
when f 10 bave accumulated on any
account a postal money order is to be
issued, which may be placid In a 3-W
bond, Intoresl payable quarterly, which
bond Is at option reoonvertlble Into legal
tonder, The bouds are to be issued In
denomination! of $10, $30, $50 and $100
by the treasurer of the United States, an
assistant treasurer, or government de
positary. Tbe proceeds are to bo In
tested In paying six per ecnt bonds,
subject to call, and fifty millions to be
held for reconversions. This bill ha
been considered in the sub-committee of
banking and currency, and was Intro
duced to be printed. It is supposed tbat
a bill of this nature will report from tbe
committee at an early day, and, u it em.
nram some good as well as some bad
features, It might be made useful by
amendments. The Inconvertible feature
1 essentially bad; It contemplates
currency not elastic, batsxploslve. Some
plan for collecting the savings of millions
of workers, and employing them In aid
of the government, however, might be ol
not less service In this country than In
France, where the popnlartiatlon of the
government loans seems to have made a
wondertul change In the temper of the
people. Mr. Phillips would And fewer
repudlaton and mora "bloated bond'
bolderM la this dUtrlet If be could get
ua Mil w anetaer late defective tote
An Alpine AvalMriie
In tbe summer of 1S83, a party of tourlwti,
while visiting the Alps, climbed, with
great difficulty, to an elevated and tnew-
covered plateau, in order to obtain a bet
ter visw of Swiss scenery, and contrait ths
beauty and rlcbntna of mldaumnur bttlow
with the bleakness ami sterility of mid
winter around and above tbem. In play
they rolled tbe motirt snow into large balls,
tbeylrrowed It over ths edge of tbe plateau
In falling it struck softer snow, which im
mediately gave away, and soon aa ava
lanche was tearing down the mountain
side burying and destroying every thing
In its course. A the bsudlul of snow be
came the trrestablc avalanohs, so tbt hack'
ing 400Kb with sore throat and catarrah, if
neglected, ipeedly develops into that dread
destroyer, conmmpilon. In the early
stages, Pr. Sage's catarrah remedy will ef
fect a cure, though If tbo blood be affected
or imporverished it mutt be perilled and
enriebed by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, and ths liver and bowels kept
active by bis Pleasant Purgative Pellets,
Many who despaired oi life and had been
given up to die by phyilcians and friends,
owe their restoration to the abovs real-
Ely, Li.n Co., Iowa, May, ih. 1877.
Pr. Piebci, Buffalo, N. Y.
Pbar Sir-I was prostrated sobm three
years since with plsuro pueumonia, which
leit me with a troublssome couiih.that
gradually grsw worse until physicians gave
me op to die with consumption. I tried
sovsral remedies, thai are advertised to
euro cosuntptloti, but without obtaining
any relief or benefit. Seeing your Golden
Medical Discovery and Pleasant Purgative
Pellets sdrertlsed. I concluded to trVtheta
and 1 found them to be all that you claim
for them. Ml restoration has nmained
eomplstM for evsr two years,, luetosed
Dnd ll.W for a copy of Your Cammon
Bens Medical Adviser.
Ever gratefully yours,
Jason c, Bartboionrw,
Ike Urotltat-le rn lavalld.
Lamns, C. H., 8. C, Sept. 24, 1873
Dear Bib : My wife has been using
dally your bitters, and I am glad to say
be has been greatly benefited. She
now stronger and In hotter general health
than she has been tor years, an 1 feel
certain that her present good health is
tbe result of using a few bottles of the
Home Blttera. Rhe Joins me In thanking
you for your kindness. My wife has lm-
proved so much that the does not need
tbe bitten now, but thinks tbe will tend
for a lew bottles when cold weather sets
in, I commenced thlt letter at the re
quest of a friend greatly suffering from
bronohlal aflectlon, which bu brought on
general weakness, lie asked me to on
der lor him a half dozen bottles. Send
them to Rev. V7. T, Pearton, Donalds.
vine, B.C. Mrs. May , a lady ol our town,
tayt the bottle 1 gave her did her a great
deal of good, and that abe would order
more aeon. 1 am, at ever, yoar friend
tXsv. J. R. Rilit,
To the president ot the Heme Bitten
A lull line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Daiim-ks,
Ladies' and Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Genu' Boots aud Shoes
Ttits stcx:k Is cntlrvlv New and Fresh. Sceclal attention trlvcn to Country trade.
Oar Stock mbraoes everything needed in the City or Country, In Groceries or Pry
wous. neaw rive us a call, examine our roods and oriees rx'ioro vou bov.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OV
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on band. Also has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale and Retail.
M the Old Delmonlco Hotel,
S-im AO. 68 OHIO I-CVe
City Maitoaal Raat Building, up.staira.
TH 01dsi 'EtublUatd Agency in Bonthtra
Illinois, and itprwenitnf ow
LJQtOH DKAIJf aUt
Il. SMYTH & CO.,
Whoieial. aad UatAll Deakri In
Foreign and Domeitio
WIKEH OF AIX KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSIIS. SMYTH A CO., nan eOeiUnlly a
larg atork ol ta baai goods In tba mar
kat, and siTtanmsiil attantloa 0 ths Wbola.
sal braneh of the bnilntaa.
S. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Vail Paper, Window Olaaa, Win
aow BiuttMS, mo,
AJwsrs oa band, uja stlsbratad aiumlastt
Oeraer XUveotli ftnat aaal Waehl
... i.iveg 4. t
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
Orders for Coal by th oar-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to eupply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colors Readj far the Smsl, .
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Ncatf oot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Offlnoa wt.rl Boat, foot nt ft nth tr-l ;
Olfiea or Hallidav Hmlhera. onnnaita
f.KTptmn Mill, Twntlth ftrert.
Coal Domp. foot of Thirtv-riKOtb llratl, or
I'ou Oitloe drawer .
atANUFACTUKEB AND 1KALEK I
Mr. Block desires to call tho atteiitlon'ot
Uie Putjllo to the tact that he has al
ways on band a large, new an J lasblonabie
lock of ready-made eiHiom lioota and
Shoes which he will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
.SsuEigaih St, li Wd. & Csa. Are
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Bond Banning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
2:90 p.m. Kast Express, arriving in St.
Louis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI ft LOUI8
ViJULE FAST LINE
A ? I -nrst i sf?ftiMlnnall Q9A a -m a f
luiiiiusjt u viubiuuBii U.iV, t-ttlUib LiUUin
ville, 8:25, a.m.: lndlanapoliH, 4:15 a.m.;
PasseBgersby this train arrive at above
OP AXY OTflBR BOVIB.
il:W:p. m. Kast Mail with sleeper attach.
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in di. jjoum bi e:ao a.m. wni
oaeo at 40 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or unngbam lor Cincinnati, L
PAST TIME EAST
f assengsrs bv tills line go through to
me r.aii ;wiinout any uaiay eauaeu oy
Ihe 8A.TCBDAY AFTERNOON TRAI5
. KltOM CAIBO ARKIVES IN MEW
TURK MONDAY MORMINO
30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OP AITS' OTHER ROUTE.
advertisements of eompetinr lines tbat
they make better time than this one, are
are issued eltber through ignorance er a
desire to mislead the publio.
tor through tickets and information,
tpply at Illinois Central R. U. Depot, Cairo.
TIAIHH aBlUTB at ciiao
1-inHa.Mmw.. n....HM..,.li00n m
tali tMMtl.lMiM.H.W ..MM.fl,..MMM.l iSSa.mi
S. B. Joyce. Ticket Act.
uaaiary DTa.Tonnfav.lv amaupomoB Of
Your klMrs tim to my Intarttt. I do not ax-
Kt yoa to raavaas for ay ealabraM Btatty 's
tamos .1 malrt or too. la Doth plaaaaai aw
ThoElgia Kerosene Can
The Only Perf eot Can in
the World. Made of Qlaaa
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family shonld have
Ths Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices v
Agency and Depot for Ayers and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASKENE
"Lat week I bought a 10 cent package of Wathine and done my wa.hlng (none t.i.
the usual time at lei than halt tbe rout ol Boap. My clothe-, were wblier. 1 did not
bave to rub them, and it did not tbrlnk ray woolona, and for once I was enabled tn ki h
hot dinner on Monday. . Bo laMlr try it, and you will aave labor, time and money, li l
perfectly safe to use it. MKS. A.
S and 10 cent Packages. Bay WASOTNE AT BA.BCLAY'8.
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Wholesale and Retail at Dr. Woods' Prices. '
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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 Oombs. and Hair Brushes
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. The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
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