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W, P. SfcacortM, Editor and Publisher.
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Ta democracy t the everl e untie
f th UU ot .llllnol r r-quwled to
end dsUgtt to a tt convention to be
114 at Spring 1 1. IlllnoU. TBCBSDAY,
to lira. DAT APRIL, 1879 . at It
'dock M., for th purpose of nomlratlng
a esndldat for tot office of state tress
ir, and on eiolidste fonh offio or
tat aparlnttn tent of publta Instruction
U traatact such other basinets as may
torn hAior It To evral couoti r
stilled to tba following representation,
-tMd cpoa th vote for TrnmoBt la
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Tae commlttte unanlioounly recomend to
'i deroocrary of the northfrn graoddlvl
ion and second appellate UUlrlct, that
they bold their convention, tor the pur
oe of BommaUtiff clerk of the tturprvme
and appellate eourtt, for a'd dWlslon and
dUtrict. at Joliet, OB Thttrtday, April 13,
Aad for the central grnd dlndon and
' Bird appellate rltiilct that 11 e delegate
ppolotod from laid division and district,
to th itate convention, to meet in cenvan
Hon at FprlfinfleH, on the day laid it ate
convention la hoid. at 10 a. m., for the pur
poae ot nominating olerVi ot the urpreme
and appellate courts tor aald dlvUlou and
- And for the loutbcro ptsnd dlvmlnn ond
fourth app4llto iH.ukt, that they hold
tbotr eonventlbn at I'entra'ia, Thursday,
Kay 16, leTIt, for the purpob of nomtnif
tin; okrlc of the tupreme and appellate
. oourte, tor aaid dlvl.lon and die'ii t;
t Th ratio of rep ei ntation In raid ooo
we&tlon to be tbe lame at In the itate eon
- enrus u. mccohmick. .
, , . Chairman.
Toot. JniRlET, Becretary.
0. It, MuCorm:.:k,
C. I Hoik.
W. tt. MurtihV.
, J. B. Nana,
A. P. tiovdarl, U.K. Burgoo.
Oodelt. 11. J. M. flupb,
Tu" K Courtney, 12. II, P r-bumay,
1 noma aniriey, ia. t.pianorv,
i. Etrhard BUftop
14 J 'lm W.htnlth,
1. W, Cochrine,
lfl. i i) Par ma
17. It. c. o ke,
a. r. ti, uaiao.
0. 4. 8. Ii akr,
7. W. A Steel.
a. 3. Duff.
9. W. T tvl(lnn, 19. H. Z LaiiU,
10 O'org Edinunda.
io i r . unn nn.
90 CLMX BUfltMB COCBT, t. O. t.
jraraerthr'adMaBaouaIL A. II. W'lL.
)4MKA.o( WiahiaataB Couaiy, a aaad!da
i ,i Jrk of the Suortm Court. 8'mkara Oram
' K)iiUB. UUBoU.aa'Jtette th dtjuon ol iht
fiaocratle Bia.ia.tluc maualttee, lo U held
B Canuniia, m-j mm, uie. in la
00 1 Of TUt iPPBUATC COCBT-
, jwTU viaiiui, aLunoiB,
ff era author! to anonso W . C Lt-
CVOBUW or BaaBBBam voumj, a a canaiaai
Clrkrta Appallaia urt, kwnh Oliuioi,
Hoot. ajit'Jaot M Ik dtdal'ia of the Ixiiio
mrmtU u;anua OaUtd to BMet At t tralla,
amy .ma, wr. una
PS. Lot I". BUCUCM, Of Loulta
Sr vtatx to bagoyenor of Ken.
' tseltj, and aonoanca bit eaodldacy
" KzrtZiZSIta tbt tbia of bui
tJ- icrS'M Wfcpro piBuiri
4cn ii i Ja inu job(t4 or jbtuhwaj
r fsM pf 'atttjAii ooMi or on
Tut Democracy of Alnander county
will meet In ram contention, at th
court bouae lo Cairo on Saturday, March
ft-th, for tba purpou ol veleottng thrve
dolepate to attend the State convantlon
to be held on April lltb," and three dele,
trate to atiend the dUtrlot eonvtmtlon to
be beld at Ceutrhlla on May 16th. Tba
call for (ha county convention will be
found In another plaoe In this paper.
Trie Athtm M4er Trlitl-Maeli tx
cltein .t 1 ! Atlwrae) a. fcle.
Sbawkebtows, III., March C, 1878.
Ta thoEJIior of ib Cairo BuLUtam ...
Dicab biKi-Ttils town I crammod
full tf people bo are runnins over with
excitement, the cause of w Web la the ru
trial ol John Aiken foaj murder. Thla
offense ivaa cooiiuittcd fourteen years
ago In White county, and Anuctu
Stewart was the victim. Circumstances
pointed to the jrullt of Aiken, and he
wat arretted In Desoto, III, and taken to
White county, where he waa lodged In
lull. Atterwarda be escaped, and last
year, attt r a period of fourteen yean,
wa re-capturtd in Colorado, and last
December he was tried In thla county,
being brought here by a change oi
Vi nur, Wbou a verdict of guilty wa ren
dered and the penalty ot death affixed.
A Dew trial was eranted on tl.e ground
that tbe Jury arrived at their venllct by
drawing atrawi, andtho time tor the now
trial fixed tbe apodal term to conveue
on the first Tuesday of M irch, Jadze
John U. llalley, of Newtoh, Jasper
county, presldluar. Tbe people are rep
resented by Hoo.0. 8. Conger, ot Carnal,
111., and E. D. Youngblood ot thla city.
Hon. F. M. Youngblood, of Canton, and
Hon. F. E. Albright, ol Marphyaboro,
are conducting,tbe case tor tbe defendant.
In the' first trial Judge? Mulkcy and
Colonel Llnegar, of Cairo, were agisting
Mr, Youngblood in thedefenae, but have
not appeared in the tecond trial, Mr.
Albright came Into the case after tbe
verdlotin Ihe first trial, and made the
argument tor a now trial.
It would astonish any one to seethe
movements ot tbe partie Interested.
There are persona here trom tour or five
dlflerent counties, tome working for the
prosecution while othera are exerting
tbolr influence lor tbe detente. Tbe
hotel lobbies are crowded when court la
not In session, and it reminds one more
ol an assembly of men at a state conven
tlon lor political purposes, tfwn anything
elwi I can imagine. .- V
About one hundred and fifty Jurors
have been extmined and but nine hare
been taken. It la believed that the pannel
will bo tilled to-morrow.' The evidence
will bo voluminous, as there are already
neurone hundred witnesses in attend"
abce, and suhpcoales are hourly going
out for more. It is not probable that the
oase will be given to tbe jury before next
week some time, and as the trial pro
Cresses 1 will advise you. Sancho.
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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
senator Prclt ReBtored loth Pen-
klon Boll Gold udiTr IIbw It
Work on Ilaea-Soasct tea-Bob
Waubisotok, D. C. March S. 1873.
Senator beck spoke briefly but well yes
terdav In support of nla resolution de
claring it unnecessary and inexpedient
to impose taxes at this time to Increase
the sinking fund beyond tbe llml's re
quired by law, and against tbe purchare
of bonds tor tho reduction of the public
debt until congress takes further action
on the subject.
There is evidence ot progress in general
reconciliation In tbe fact that an aot has
passe I both houses, with little oddosI.
tlon, which restores to the pension rolls
those dropped therefrom in 1801 becauf
of alleged disloyalty. The vote was
nearly unanimous In tbe bouse, tbe only
person making any remarks in oppo
sition being a Vermont member who
WAS tOHS AND EDUCATKD IN ENGLAND.
and who, perhaps, tor that reason, does
not take a genuine American Interest in
our affairs. Bolides this desirable feature
n the act it will distribute considerable
money, In small quarterly ums, all ov r
the country. It adds to the pension rolls
all thoe 131 3 soldiers who served 11 davs
or who servid one day if in battle, and
all widows ot dot-cased soldier of that
war, without limitation as to tlmaol
marilage. The previous law n quired
that tbe soldier sbould have served sixty
days, and, in case tbe applicant was a
widow, that her mard lfiu to the soldier
should have taken plaoe as early as tbe
0010 AJ70 HLVfcR. 1 '
There will probably be one million ol
the new sliver dollars ready tor dlstr
button by the end of the ruonth.aiii lour
million at tboend of April. Ooveruinuut
bonds huve not uecutied aiueo itio pas.
l ige of tbe silver bill, and gold was lower
yesterday than at any previous lime tr
sixteen jears. Many believe that when
tho payment of customs begins to be
made iu tbe allter dollars, thus stopping
what has caused tbe greatest demand lor
gold, the premium on the latter metal
wUl still further decline. .
HOW IT WOM3 0H HaYLS.
All accounts Bitree In Uie sUtement
that ono year ot Presidential caperlcnoo
has taken away taucb of the aflabilliy
with which Mr. Hayes at first received
those fellows who called upon Win at the
Whit iioumi. ,,.:.,.. ,. , .
; Bok b. s. cox,
Of Haw York, baa been responsible (or
moil legislative laughter than any other
member of U Hotuo. Ha is. lor ht
raaioo thought by many to bo ' on'y a
bub wtf. abu ma aot bbs lcfloAta
InJatUce, and wbU tba papers art eoa
okfflnljigbiajlor recaai uctsusaca 11
stati thai Mr. Ctft la At ml a ''
gicxt popuJajrirjriivt also of gmt Iowa
numbers. . What be uld tba other day
A CHABOS Or fBATJD T A f BAtTo" "
was strictly unparliamentary language,
and might have subjected blra to pun
Ul roent under the rules of the house,
But tbe message uu a charge ot fraud
against a majority of botlfhoniei, and a
charge not stated In the 1 most choice
language. There Is much 'excuse ' lor
every word ol the now historical remark
ot Representative i tox.
has bad bla tay, Uo has lectured at
many points throughout the country,
and wo have yet to bear of a single eflort
at bis martyrdom. In Washington his
audiences have been largely made up
of . orthodox members ot Evangelical
churches, and I appeal to the record of
their kind reception and courteous atten
tion to bis biitoted and Intolerant attacks
upon all who don't look through his
glasses, to decide who stands In mctt
urgent need of being liberalized. '
ILLINOIS ItBWS ITEMS,
. The Chicago common council bas
pa6ed the annual appropriation bill,
which foots up 13,718,866 against f 4,013,
002 last year.
Extensive peat bods have been dis
covered on a farm two miles souiO Ol
Maremro. in McOeury county.' Compet
ent judges estimate tbe depth of tbe beds
from six to ton feet, and ot extraordinary
The failure of Hadley Brothers & Co.,
in the book trade, at Chicago, is said to
have tbe appearance ot a swindle on two
Junior partners, who were roped In to
prop a falling house One ot these Is
Henry W. Raymond, ton of the former
well-known editor of the New 'York
JW, who put in $35,000, and now
wishes he hadn't.
It ds stated that an official of the
South Side" Railway company called on
Mark Kimball, south town collector, at
Chloago, and oflered to pay the com
pany's taxes, which amount to nearly
$17,000, providing he would accept small
illvcr." The matter was taken uuder con
sideration. ' ;v ' ; ; " i - t v
- After the closo of a Presbyterian fes
tival at Charleston, Cole county, Monday
evening, a shooting afiray occurred I e
tween two young men, both ol respecta
ble families. Beveral young men play
fully IihtM wh other at the festival,
from which a luul ensued Juf. In tbe
street, lu which William Steone fired
upon Melville Starks, lodging a ball In
his thigh, making a dangerous wound.
Sleene was arrested.
None others ot the Indicted officials
of tbe Protection L'fe Insurance company
appeared In the criminal court at Chicago,
Tuesday, to give ball. Nearly all hud
furnished ball previously, and this ball
is considered to bold good now. The
reason that Alanson W, Edwards ap
peared and gave bonds In the sum of
$20,000 tbe day previous, was owing to
the tact that one of his sureties notified
ihe court thai be would no longer be
tlf!l!.K6CP'5lWu.L1n thunrfora broutrbt
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
Adrian college, the national educa
tional Institution ot the Methodist
church, has received a donation of $10.
000 trom Mr. Tompkins, an affluent resi
dent of KoukUud county, N, Y.
J. M. Sinclair, ol Kiogan & Co., pork
packers, at Indianapolis, was last Mon
day night caught between two cars and
his pelvis crushed. It Is hardly probable
that be can recover.
. Since the failure of' tho Miami Sav
ings bank, at Cincinnati, tbe Cincinnati
(savings society has been subjected to a
severe ordeal, haying more than one-half
its deposits checked out.
Tbe eighth annual carnival at Galves
ton, Tuesday, passed off without acci
dent, and surpassed In every respect all
that had gone before. The afternoon
was devoted to yachting and bout racing.
OtUciuls ot tho Vandalia line, tho Chi
cago and Eastern Illinois, and the Evans
ville, Terre Haute & Chicago are In ses
sion at Imliaaapolis to arrange a new
I reign t and paenger line tronrfbut city
and St. Louis to Chiuugo, over the road?
named, via Terre Haute and Dantillo.
James Love, u aubstunttul farmer
living about twtlvo miles t.om Burling,
ton, Iowa, near Lowell, Henry coUuty,
inurdjred his wife Tuesday moring by
i-hootlng bur In the head with a Bhot-gun,
killing her Instantly. He thun shot him
self through the heart.
A San Autoulo special to the Galvef
ton Ktw 6ays It Ik rumored that Gov.
Hubbard had an Interest In the salt lake
location about wbloh the El Paso troub
les originated. Tuts report, however, is
contradicted by Gen. Ludlow, one or tbe
claimants. : ; .. . , . . ,
James McCoy, an engineer by pro.
fes&lon and a man ol cnnMderabte wealth,
formerly ot New York, wits convicted at
Baltimore, Tuesday, ol bigamy.' Ue
married Miss Mary F. Trebold In Brook
lyn, on July 2, 18(15, and after living with
her ten or twelve years, wont to Bultl.
more, wbero he married Ml?3 Mary Han
cock, a lady ot respectabt'lty. ' ,
Mildness conquers and henao It 1
that the g'-ntle yet positive Influence ot
Dr. Ball's baby syrup overcomes to
quickly the disorders ol babyhood.' -
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. Railroad Combination.
, " stale Ktalswr. ' ,
W. P.' Ackerman,' president o the
Illinois Uatral road, with B.F-Ayers,
attorney of that corporation'. areYinthe
eity. . It is understood that arrangnoesti
hare been mad by which tho JUieoia
CentralandtB Wabash wUlroa alUa
gcoBCtktAfrotn Chicago to KamafClty
r, m M lbi4T Tb, rotitB trom
UiIeiSMm Whsy ajr -ol tUaaa to
OUi MOTTO: " Tlia Best
c Cirner mil Street and OOmmcreial Ave.
R- PQ H CD IB XEQ I1
mp Goois Boots and Shoos,
piWng.pate. aiid Caps, Oofleos, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter, 4
Oheeso and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull lliw of Carpeta, Mattings, Floor Oil
' '' Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
rf s ..a. 1- m . ii .. M .t
A III P4.UlvH StJ tJU m cj A1 v (BI VI aim.t-MSf
Pliiase glvo us a call, examine
Olvn AwrA Itnnrc, nrtarlotil anil mMt
titraotdlnarybook, entitled ''IHE BOOK Olf
WOSDEK-." Cooulnliwt. wilii nuraaraui ole.
torlal IlluKrattOBI. die myiterlu of th, huvent tad
rta, Mturai ,na Buparaaiural.oadltlet bim
tical, Strange Cu'loiitica. Witches and lt'heraft,
Hresmi, Superttlttost. Abiardttiet, Kthulont, En
chutmiat etc. I a order that all may tea thli eurl
ou book, the pubtUhen have reiolvcd to Hva It
way Wall that drain to ti It. Addrui, by poatal
card, F l.I.E AiU.N A Co., 73S Wuhiegtoa Brreet
Benton, Maw. . , , ....
v U aalary by deTottug a yety amal I portion ot
ourblaurejlme to ray Interest. I no not x
tieot ya to raurans for my celebrated Bfatry'a
rlanoi and Urgane unWa you m tit to ; but the
service I rsqulie of you U bolb pleueani aaJ
proflu'-l. rull particular tr .ddma
DANIEL P. BKATI V. Wah'n-toi!. N.J.
FITS EP1LESY ;
Permnnently curod--no humbug hy oni
month' usane of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powder. To convince sufferers
that these powder will do all we :lalm for
them, we will send them by mall, pott
paid, a free trial box. A Dr. Ooulird is
the only physician that hst ever made thi
dlwaco a special ttudy, ud as to out
knowledge thousand hat been perma
nently cured by theune.it these powdjrs,
we will gasrantee a permaritnt euro lr
very ease, or refund you all money ex
pended. All mflVrers should ctve these
Powders an earlv trial, and bt convtnceil
of tbetr curative po art.
Price, for large box, $3, or 4 box" lor
$10, tent by mall to any part of Unite 1
States or Cana'ia on receipt of price, o t
xpretss, C. U. D. Aridrewt,
ASH & BOBBINS
. 300 Fulton Strait. Brooklyn, N. Y.
CAIRO ft ST, LOUIS
Tit. trulnaby thts rjadounnwi . t ot. Lotile
aud Kust lit. Loum. with all t ttwr llnea to
lue North, Coat aul Wm,
TQIE SCHEnCLK .
Through Exnran Ieavn Cairo 8 :3 a m
" Arrive, K. 8t L'mia 5 iJS u.ui
Murphy bo Aocommcxlatlnn Uaree
Cairo 11 0 p.ni
Ibrouga Express LcHvae E. H. h uli i :j a, hi
' " 'rrlveat Cn'ro..... 6;4i p.m
Murpbysboro Aocommodailua Uayes
Jlurfbysboro..-.-............... !;!') a.m
F.MEMBER Tit Cairo and St. toula
U.ti. la ihe UMY ALL KAIL KOLlfc be
tween Cairo and fit. l.ouia uidrona n an.
gKment; thtrrfore i her rra no delays at way
BUttOua awaiilug ooaoactloos trom. oilier Unce.
Pmeurj Oorg Krth, Northman ad West
(bould not buy their tick' ta until tttcy hay ox
aiulntd our rate aud route - . .
V. C- BUE' L. O. T. WniTLOCK
Frtli'ht Afft. Paawneer irent.
1.. M. JOnSSON. Gto'l Mioatrer.
. BHTTTILB STTTCH "
SEWING !! A CHINES
ARB IBB TMIT BEiT Ilf VME. If
liberal Urma to A gen It and th Trad. ,
friot List and Terma on application.
Addiest, QfiOVXB ft BAKER S. y, CO.
VOVBT CA1T BE MADE!
A HAN OF A THOUSAND;
fk tvtJnAiS jf!Law4a?anru'
She atria tdM,aaj &r.B.AaMtu arrtaateV
f, a tnieaawii uM a iimhm at laaiu at
2t ? n tt tf tteitaaaiM tar eMBee,-
acibds iit the Lowest Pric.,f
Dross Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots' and f?hos
Special 'ntlon given t country traie.
Winvi - . a, - v --.
, tne cit.7 or uounirv, in urocerws
our goods and trices before you buy.
Botiee to rontrKvtora.
Orrtos o Vicb-Prisidext &
xral Man'Osr Chicago. St.
: Locs A Haw Orlkans it- R. J
Kaw CBLbasu, Feb'y 22, 187.
To Contractors :
Healed proposals ar Invited unt'l 10th
Mnrch forth grading ot tbe (3) miles of
railroad extending from Film Ken
tucky, up the st bank of the Ohio liver
to a polut or po lie cslr , IlUnol. Tbla
work extend, for two (2) mile through
cleared lands and one mile through timber
alreadv cleared for a width of (100) on
hundred Iter. The embtnkmsnt wtli av
erage about (9) nine fuitu helxbt, the ma
terlalf rwuleh will b obialned entirely
from tbe east tldo, tnd e n lt bandied uc
senluUy with wagon, ertt, tcrtper r
harrows." Thros.ihou-and feetoftbl tm
bankment, rf an an vreg height of (7)
Keren feet. Will- be;irrndd for at leait (3)
three track, aud will b-te a top width ol
(40) forty tei, tbe wnie ot wnicn it
through cleans J lind. TbU Is a desirable
plc ol WTk nd wdlt worthy th at ten
Uon of and examination by oontractota.
Tbe wo'ik wtli he commancod the firet
(1st) of April, next, end mutt be completed
by tbe lt ol July fo lowin. Monthly f
tlniHee. piyahle in etch, will i uiade t
tbe work pti'gre'e, d th urual twenty
per oeht. retained to lnnr oomi le'lon ot
contract, A profl e o.' tbe Ho, and tneci
f) istlon lor tbe work may be teen, ard d
ttred InfrmatlPB obtained t tbe offlo ot
tbe cnipy' gent, Jno. n. McSy, Fil-
Blue should b ddrewed to J. O. Mnn,
Division bupetintendsat, jsCKton, ien-
nettte. ' . . , .
.. Tho M Js will b ccened aid WEtrscts
awarded on I Jth Mrcn. at Js;kon, Tenn.
-The oompmy r-serves tne tight to re
j,c,tny oraUhids.jA3 c cL
(truecory.) - Vloe PreMdent.
ffnt Anv Panoa Wbo will rtAt
I" Kbte ( nd forward ma luit of the
nar nf within MrsfiLa of their acoualatanet
wh9 wlah So procure an inetpuosnt. iui Pi
ano or unjtau- win uh uiy w enut-uTu.. wj
sell i'tm one. and forerery pltao I eneoewl lu
ee lins to th'lr ll.t within ooa year, I will crtd.l
tbm with tlo, and lor ertry orgaa as, to be op
nlled oo payment ol either a piano or orvau ;
awl when It aiaoui.ts to a turn mtHcteut to par
fnr inaJ-w-'inl'.Yli Muthrtiihftfy Hifi
the Inetrurarnt. ti-w, or a::or any uinmint le
ererll'ed Ihe balance may he paid 'or In cash and
I will then tbip tutiu the inrtnimeut, Tcev
need ootba known in the tualter, and will bit
do'ng their frituda a real acrrlce, ua I kliall
miVe M'ECIAI. OKfEKrt to thi Dj. aelltnir a
J-t'PKniOR INSTRUJiKNT for from ONE
UALK to TWO-THIRDH what la ordlrarilt
aaked by oxems. fleubo tcud ice a lltt at ou-e,
ant after ya have tuwiu inquiry, you can add
to It. A'tdreaa,
DANIEL F. BE A TTV. WuhUmtuu -V
Caa Be Beautiful
ly Eyed or Be-
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
No, 30 Eighth Street.
AJ.O ' '
; Orders for Coal by thi oaMoad,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attondad to.
To-largi oonsumora and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uaiform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
(Xlioeoa whan nont. fhot of flixlli airout. '
Ollloe Oi UnUIOay BrotUew, opposite St.
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth etrwt.
Coal Dump, foot of ruiity-eigutu street, or
t'osi OiUoo druwer M .
B. F. Blake
!?MM8i Oils, - Varnishes
.tit :'ui3mrro'ifflx, ', ; :.
iaTAU fwf, Window Glass,' Win
. A1', f BUd; ii BolahHiBd 'tjluihiu ;
yt V . . '
0tjp.T.lt;vootih Strqel aad Wachl
. . i vw Avtaao .
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveo
- . ' AndAt ,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenuo and Eighth Streot
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-ill Colors Ssady k
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
TheKlsia KOiOsano Can-
The Oaly Perfect Can la
th" world. Made of disss
and Warranted not to
Leak. Corrode or Break.
Every family should hare
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
oy Wilson and
I at their prices
Eveden. We sell
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 DeOinchon's
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
'Lan week I houpht a 10 cent package of XVaelnne and done mv wscblnz In One nail
the uaual time at 1 than half tbe cnt of boap. My clothes weri vnl er. I did uoi
have to rub them, and it did not hbrlnk my woolnns, and for onre I wsa enabled to C"t fl
hot fllrueron Monday. Ho ladles try It, and you UI sive labor, lime und money. It in
perfectly safe to use It. Mita. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' S!"
Gorman Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,-
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Tho Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blacking, Stovo Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stono Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
. The Best Sarsaparlila and Blood Purifier
HolmanV Aguo Pads, Woods' PIIISj ' . '
Malaria King, and all Aguo Medicino.3
Quinine, Smith's Tonic. Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Bmshef
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bag3, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure . Imported . Bay Rum, : SplendidCanada. Tur
Soap Enffllsli and American Soaps' Fine Ink- . ,
ported. Handkerchief Extraeta in Hgl- ?
ual Dottlea or iu Drokcn tuantl
; r tte sii wanted at low prlcou .;; :
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Pish Oil
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
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Firo risk for Elaine and Gas
rate tho same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rad Str eet Oars and Hotels.
f 'fev J fe?
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
U1K Bna UklllluT. BAA UIBX Bll IbSiimm
liafte'ffdUN II SeCOBd to that of fMW
At Borelayo' Dtuq Sices.
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