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VY. K. ScncCMRa, Editor and Publisher.
Tbe domocracy of the several counUee
( tb state o( Illinois ere requested to
end delegate! to a state contention to be
hold at 8pringflld, Illinois, THUBSDAY,
the 11TH DAY OF APBIL, 18.. t "
dock M. for the purpose of BominUng
odo eandldate for the office of state treas
urer, and on candidate for the offlco of
tute superintendent of publlo Instruction
and to transact such other tuslneu as may
come before tt The several counties are
entitled to the following representation,
based upon the Tote for government In
Vote for Ptw- "So.
, I," 1J
r eyait .......
La Sil ...
.M t,;i i ... ...
8 alma ,
t-anfamon ... .
Sr Clair ...
CYBUS 11. McCOBHICK,
Tbe committee unanimously recomend to
the democracy of the northern grand diV-
alon and eecond appellate dutriet, that
thty hold their eosfention, for the pur-
poe of nominating clerki ol tne surpreme
and appellate court, for aald division and
district, at JoUet, on Thursday, April 18,
And for the central grand division and
bird appellate district, that the delegate
appointed from aaid division and district,
to the etata eonventlon, to meet In conven
tion at Springfield, on the day (aid state
convention U held, at 10 a. m for the pur
pose of nominating clerks of tbe surpreme
and appellate courts for e aid division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that they hold
their convention at Uentralia, Thursday,
May 16, 1878, for the purpose of nomlna
ting clerki of tbe surpreme and appellate.
eourta, tor aald division and dlstriet;
Tbe ratio of representation in said con
Tentlons to be the same aa in the stato con
Tnoa. SamiKY, Secretary.
C. H, McCormick, C. P. Holies,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. F. (ioodard, B. K. Burgen.
1. R. E, Godell, 11. J. M. Dush,
3. Tbos K.Courtney, IX H. P Shumsy,
a. Thomas Bulrley, is. J. A.Mallorv,
4. Blchard Bishop, 14. John W. Smith,
b. F. U. Marsh, in. W. Cochrane,
tf. J. 8. Drake, 16. L. B. l'arnons,
7. W. A. Steele. 17. H. C. (lerke,
8. 3. Uun. 18. T. K. Bouton,
9. W. T. Davidson. 10. 8. Z. Landes,
10. George Edmunds.
FOB CUBX SUrKXMB COURT, S. O. D.
W ara authorised to annnuno R. A. 1). WIL
B4NK8. of Waahingtoa ttanty, as a osMidate
for Clark of lb Supreme Court, Southern Grand
KiTUion, Illinois, subject to the decision of the
Democratto nominatinc committee, to be held
at Centralis. May Ucb, ldTd. ,j7
FOB CLBtr OF TRB APP1LLAT1 COUBT
rOtTBTH DIBIT CT, ILLINOIS.
We are authorised lo announce W. C. Le
CROMK, of Eifinf bam County, as a candleate
for Clark Of th Appellate Jourt, fourth dhtriet,
Illinois, aubjwrt to the decision of the Demo
oratie eosrveatioa called to meat at U-tralla,
May ISO. 17. . - tmu
Public tquarea an a great blessing to
tbe community. Vi e can say the tame ot
Dr. Bull' Baby Syrup. It is the best rem
dy for the care of all diseases of baby
hood baa to encounter, Price only 25
J. Q. TJ. A. Haddawat, JSq., of
the Epimpl AltthodUt, Baltimore, Md.,
write t "With much pleasure I testify
; to the food effect of Dr. Bull's Cough
flraptn my, family. Have ued It In
many cases, and lo each Instance the re
auit wu entiraly utiafactory, Price $5
Board of County Commissioners.
8tat or Illinois, .
A regular session of tlio board of
county coDitulssloncrs of Alexander
county began and held nt tbe court
house. In the city of Cairo, on Monday
tbe 4th day of March, 1S7S.
rresent: Thos. W. Hallway, ueo.
W. Sammoni and Martin Brown, corns
missioncrs; 6. J. Humm, clerk.
MONDAY MORSIXO, V O CLOca, nama
Tbe minutes of the last regular and ln
tervenlng special meetings were, on mo
The petition of James h. Mccriw ana
forty-one otiicrs representing that the
present location ol the Thebes and
Jonesboro. or Cape Girardeau and Ullin
road In section 21, township 14, south
range 2 west, greatly injures the land of
the said James E. Morite, saiapeu
tioners theretore pray that the location
of said road may be changed as lollows,
Commencing at the ten (10) mile post
near the barn of the said James E. Mc-
Crlte, thence running east across the
creek to the loot ot the hill on tbe east
aide of tho creek, thence a little east of
north along tho foot ot the bill to a point
some six or eight hundred yards from
the place of beginning, and tbe said J as.
E. McCrlte agreeing to make said change
at his own expense.
Whereupon, the board on motlon.coni
sented to said re-location as prayed for In
The report of Robert Itussell, super
visor of road district No. 3, was present
ed and examined, and it appearing from
said report that there still remains in the
bands of the said Robert Kusscll a balance
of $19 15, it was on motion ordered that
said balance be paid to the county treas'
urer and placed In the county road fund;
and, it further appearing from said ex.
amlnation that the said Robert Russell
has made an overcharge of $0 00 for sen
vices rendered In warning hands, etc.
The clerk was on motion Instructed to
notify him to pay said $6 00 into tbe
county treasury, otherwise said report
Report ot Van Sweeney, superrisor of
road district 'o. 21, was presented and
approved, and on motion be was al
lowed the sum of $16.00 in lieu of li!s bill
fr $25.50 to be paid out ot the fit'tiul
It appearing to the boi.rJ that ilat
thew Durham andS.ott C.v.ible appoint
ed at tbe last session of this board, road
supervisors ot districts No. 15 and 17, are
not competent to serve. On motion the
following were appointed : Ilenry Bass,
district 15 ; John Keems, district 17-2
The report of B. F. Brown for keeps
ing and maintaining paupers at tbe poor
larm for three months, ending February
23th, was examined and approved, and
on motion he was allowed tbe sum ot
$184.00 as per bis bill accompanying said
The report of Dr. Yf, Wood, overseer
ot the poor, for services, medicine, etc.,
tor three months, ending February 28th,
was presented and approved, and on
motion he was allowed the sum of
$191.23, in lieu of $193.25.
The following bills were presented and
on motion allowed as follows, to-wit :
Mary Byrnes, for keeping Harriett
Junningnam, a pauper, from
Dec. 1 to March 1, 1878 $19 50
Dr. Wm. Wood, amount expended
for sendtnir away S. F. Shaddock. 25 00
Mrs. Campbell, aid furnished Shad
dock lor ot weeks at si 00 5 50
C. W. Wheeler & Co., woods fuis
nislied paupers from October to
March 1 , 22 23
Tbos. W. HalliJay, amount paid for
sending pauper away 1 w
C. A. Marchildon. merchandise and
medicine for Nancy liolden, a
pauper 12 80
B. F. Brown &. Bro clothing, etc,
lor paupers at poor farm 5 43
The bill of Dr. H. C. Barkhausen, for
medical attendance at the poor farm
amounting to $10, was presented, and on
motion be was allowed $8 in full for tho
Whereupon, the board adjourned until
tomorrow inorninir at 9 o'clock.
TUESDAY MOR.MNd, 9 O'CLOCK, MABCH
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Tbe full board present.
The following bills were considered,
and on motion allowed as follows, to
llonry Miller, twonty-six days
deputy sheriff at the January
term of the Alexander county
circuit court $39 00
Charles Mebner, lour days deputy
heilil at the January term ot
the Alexander county circuit
court 6 00
jonn uiaunwy, eighteen days dep
uty siienn at the January term
of the Alexander county circuit
court 27 00
Charles Ueunctluld, fifteen days
constable at the January term
ot the Alexander count? circuit
court 37 00
j. u. Dean, nine meals for lury lu
iu the I'illow case 3 25
The following named persona were,
and they hereby are elected and chosen
as the grand jury for the May term next
ot the Alexander county circuit court :
Thebes-J O Rolwlng, S Marchildon.
Goose Island-Thos. Martin, E Dick
cnity wm M Atherton, Wm Ire
Clear Creek -Slow Minton, J N T
riaota Fee Virgil Delaney, Ambrtue
Dog Tooth-Henry Huniaker.
uaziewooa batnucl Brlely, Samuel
North Cairo-J V Tnrnrr, Hhiiui.
Walters, John Wood, IM.-hanl Flu
gerald, Daniel J UalJUun.
South Calro-Wm P Wright, James
Iless, C N flughcs, Miles W Parker,
John H. Gosaman. ',.
Whereupon the board adjourned uutil
tomorrow morning it 9 o'clock.
WEDNESDAY UOB.NINO, 9 O'CLOCK, MAftTat
Oth.1878. Vi .fi :
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment ' '
Sanio members present.
The following bills were presented,
examined, and on motion allowed as foli
lows, viz :
Alex. II. Irvln, for services in
wrltinir n Dack records. .3
W. F. bohuckers, for publishing
Quarterly proceedings ol do am.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, one iuarter as .
superintendent ot schools
L. 8. Marsball.cofrlns for paupers.
Cairo City Cool Co., coal lor 3 ,
mouths (U tons at 3)
C. W. Henderson, stove pipe tor
court room M
Same, coal hods, etc., for officers.
C. O. i atier s co., maicucs, etc.
Same, J dozen brooms. ttaaeaa -
A. 11. irvtn, jras ourncrs, gtoue,
etc.. tor clerk's oiuoe,
B. F. Blake, class, etc.. for court
lioiife - u tu
F Vincent, 1 bbl Ume.....n 1 50
A W Pyatt & Co., county scrip-
rwwitc and ooverinir dooks lor
clerk's office 17 50
J Anderson. 24 days' Janitor
at Sept, term circuit court 2 w
John Cain, 10 days constable at
Sept. term circuit court 25 00
St Mary's Infirmary, keeking b.
Da vail a nauner.
Geo Sargent, groceries lor Han
nah Lee from Nov tfl March 4. 18
. r.uhprt. 1 nrTalarv and
costs paid in stills. 254 80
K S 1 ocum, l qr salary couuiy
reter Saup, dietinsr prisoners lor
Dec. Jan. and Feb 5S9 00
Cairo Printing Co., printing cir
culars, envolopes, etc.... .......
John Keohler, repairing Sife
loek and handcuP.s In bheriU's
Paul G Schuh, stationery lor
Q W Sammons, 3 months to
March 1st as overseer of the
S J Humm, clerk's fees
S J Humm, express charges,
stamps, etc tor 6 months.
Cairo City Gas Co., gas to March
C O Patier & Co., mdse lor paus
Illinois Printing Co.. blanks, etc
lor county clerk's office. 11 00
Illinois Printing Co., judgment
record, assessors' books, etc..
b9 75, was allowed in full tor
Illinois Printing Co.. fee book
lor circuit clerk $2G, allowed
in full tor same
E Hazlewood, two days deputy
sheria September term circuit
Bulletin. Job Printing Co., col.
lectors rt-a-ipt, blank sl.l
davits.treasurer'i reports, etc.,
ftc. amounting to $112 S5. ou
intlon $110.85 was allowATln
full tor same -
The bill of J B Kelly amounting to
$137, for feeding the jury iu the Pillow
case was presented, and the board after
fully examining and enquiring Into the
same and finding it to be more than tbe
county has been in tbe habit of paying,
said amount was rejected, and in lieu
thereof he was on 'motion allowed the
sum ot $75 35.
The following bills were rejected, viz :
Billot Benjamin B. Lacy, for taking
care of JohD Campbell, the man who was
stabbed last Christmas in the Goose Is
land precinct, amounting to $25. Said
bill was rejected on the ground that the
board finds no authority in law for pay
ing the same.
Bill of Morris, Rood & Co., tor lumber
and labor on road, $20 CO.
Whkreas, It bavin? come to tbe
knowledge of the board that said mater
ials and work were tor the benefit of the
said Morris, Rood & Co., and not lor the
public benefit, thereupon on motion
said bill was not allowed.
BUI ot Wm. H. Grace, for witness fees
at the September Terra, 1377, circuit
court ; bill of Wm. II, Grace, tor witness
fees at tho May Term, 1877, circuit court;
billof Albert Shird, for witness tees at
the September Term, 1S77, circuit court.
The report ot David Bishop, justice of
the peace, ot an inquest held on the
body of one John Campbell, was ex
amined and approved, and on motion he
was allowed tbe sum of $21 in full ot
$23 for bill accompanying said report.
And iurther ordered that the follow
ing named persons who acted as a cor
oners Jury bo allowed tbe sum of one
dollar each: G M Brown, Anderson
Sammons, A Brown, I W Brown, W C
Whltlock, J D Clilxn. J C Bennett, A D
Finch, G W Fox, W B Kelley, John
Callulian, J A Thompson.
The petitions and bonds ot James H.
Mulcahey aud Benjamin F. Wilburne
for county saloon license were presented
and approved, and the clerk is hereby
Instructed to issue to them said license
upon their paying Into the county
treasury the sum of sixty dollars each.
Tho following resolution was offered
and adopted, viz :
Resolved, That there be and hereby
assessed and levied upon all dons
within the county of Alexander tor the
current year the sum of oao dollar tor
eacn anu every dog. and the clerk is
hereby instructed to notlty the assessor
or tne adoption ot this resolution
The bills of tho Illinois Southern
Hospital for tho Insane amounting to
$115 75, were laid before tbe board and
examined, and, on motion, the sum of
$133 75, tho amount due Bald hospital
for keeping county patients since July
1st, 1877. was allowed, and tho treasurer
is hereby instructed to remit tho eatuo to
And, on motion, the treasurer was fun
thermore authorized to collect the
amount due this county from Williamson
county for expenses incurred In the
Craln trials, making the best arrange,
mcnt with aald Williamson county he
can for the payment ot said claim, and
when collected to apply the samo as
follows, viz: ,
Fir.-t, To tho payment ot the sum
above named to the Southern Illinois
Iloxpital for the Insane for keeping coun
ty patients since last July 1st.
Secondly, ToB.F. Brown for keep,
lug paupers at thn poor form for i
months, ending Marr-h 1st, 1878, and the
remainder to be placed In the special road
flThe treasurer's receipt tori $250 60,
amount paid by Alexander II. Irvln, late
sheriff and ex-otticlo collector nf AUr.
j andcr county, which amount wu found
OUR MOTTO: "Tha Bost
C. . HANNY,
' Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave
: -Diy, Goods, Boots ' :
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflecs, Teas, Sugars,
" Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter, .
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line ot Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
This arm u nnfini New and Fresh.
Our Sunk embraces every tiling needed in
Goods. Please give us a call, examine
to be Cue from said Irvln upon his settle
ment with the board lor the year 1373
was presented, approved and ordered
County order 453 for $100 issued at the
September Term, 1S77. to F. S. Smith,
and which was at the last December
Term of the board ordered to bo return
ed and cancelled, was presented by the
clerk and said order cancelled and des
stroyed in open session ot the board by
Wherea3, It has been represented to
this board that a number of the voters of
the Unity precinct wish to be attached to
to the Thebes precinct. I: was resolved
that the boundaries ot the said Unity and
Thebes precincts be and tho same are
hereby change as lollows, vix :, .
By translerring section cumber seven
(7) and . west hall of section number
eighteen (18), township liteen (15),
south of range two (2) west: In Alexan
der county, state of Illinois, from the
Unity precinct, and the same to be at
tached to tbe precinct of Thebes, .
Inasmuch as the report of road view-,
ers heretofore appointed by the board
iutlie matter of location of road com
mencing at or near the old farm of
Samuel Eemmeck, in Dog Tooth bend,
and lrom there to intersect the Cairo and
Thebes road near the farm of Mr. Nut
ter Is informal and irregular, the same is
heVeby .rejected, and the following
named persons are hereby appointed
viewers to locate said road according to
law, and the clerk is instructed to notify
them accordingly, viz: N. Hunsakcr,
JobnRyal and Thomas "Martin.
For all claim allowed at this term
(except those payable out of tbe special
road fund) the clerk Is instructed to
issue warrants in the following form,
IBEASCRER OF ALKXASDER COUNTY STATE
Out of tlie special fund for defraying
the ordinary and necessary expenses of
the county, tor the fiscal year ending
September 1st, 18 , to-wit : The county
taxes of said county levied September ,
is . lor tne year is, when collected.
pay to the sum of dollars.
and charrc same to account of-
which taxes are by order ot the county
board of said county, specially set apart.
appropriated and pledged to tbe payment
of this warrant; which is receivable in
payment of said taxes, and Issued and ac
cepted upon tbe express condition that
the holder thereof shall look solely to
said "special fund" tor payment tbereol,
and said county shall Incur no liability in
issued by order of said board at its
session 18, and dated this day of
On motion, tho following for per diem
services, etc., were allowed:
G W Sammons, 5 days' commls
sioner lor t eD. and March and
mileage 20 20
Martin Brown, 5 days' commis
sioner tor I ob. and March and
mileage 20 20
Thos W Halliday, 5 days' com
missioner tor Feb. and March
and mileage. 15 00
S J Hoinm, 18 days' clerk of
county and commissioner court
to date - 54 CO
Whereupon, on motion, tho board ad
journed sine die. .
Samuel J. nukw. Clerk.
ffwCIre to Contractor.
Office or Vicb-Pbesipkxt G
ikal, Hisiusii Cmcaoo. St.
Louis & Naw Orleans B. R.
Nbw Orleans. Feb'v 22. 1875.
To Contractors :
Sealed proposals are invited until loth
March for the grading ot the (3) miles of
railroad externling from Fllmora, Ken
tucky, up the east bank of the Ohio river
to a point opposite Cairo, Illinois. Tbis
work extend for two (2) miles through
cleared lands, and one mile through timber
already cleared for a wldtn of (100) one
hundred feet. Tbe embankment will av
erage about (',)) nine feet in height, the ma
terial for which will be obtained entirely
from the cast side, and can be handled suc
cessfully with wagons, carts, scrapers or
Darrows. inree thousand feet or tbis cm
DSDitment, or an an averaee beisbt ol
seven feet, will be crraded for at least
three tracks, and will have a top width
(40) forty leet, the whole ol which Is
through desreJ land. This is a desirable
piece or work and well worthy tbe atten
tion of and examination by contractors. -
The work will be commenced tbe first
(1st) of April, next, and must be completed
by the 1st of July rbllowinc. Monthly es
timates, payable In cash, will be made as
the work progresses, and the usual twenty
per cent, retained to insure completion of
contrail. A profile of the line, and speci
fication lor the work may be teen, ana da
elred information obtained at the office of
tbe company's agent. Jno. S. McKay, Fll
- Bids should be addressed to J. G. Main,
Division Superintendent, Jackson, Ten
DesMae. The bids will be opened and contracts
awarded on Pith March, at Jackson, Tenn.
Tbe company reserves the ilgbt to re
ject any or all bids.
JA3. C. CLARKK,
(A true copy.) Vice-President.
TEAK. Amn wanted. Boat.
at U-rltlniaUr. lhirtliHiUrsfreu.
Goods at tha Lowest Price
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
Sneclal attention srlvcn to Country trade
tlie City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our goous ana prices oeiore you uuy.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and til
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or ear, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Dftircon whan noat.foot of Bixlb street.
O flics of llalliday Krulburs, opposite St.
Kr7Ttian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Damp, toot of Tbirty-cwbUl etreet. Ot
roslOfltoe drawer 3W
B. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
tVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, bo,
always on haad, tbe oeleb rated UlumlnaU
Corner Eleventh Streat and Waahi
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Head Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Laare Cairo
UO p.m. Kaxt Exprese, arriving In St.
Louis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7 UK), a.m.
2:20 p.m. CLNCHTNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
AJTivlngt n Cincinnati 8:30, ajn.; Louis
ville, 8:25, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
Passengers by tola train arrive at ebore
Of UTT OTBXS SOUK.
IHO'J). m. Fast Mail with sleepers attach
. ed. for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arrlyinj in St. Louis at 6:30 .m. Chi.
; cago at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fasseneers by this line go through to
the East ; without any delay eansed by
The 8ATUHDAY AKTEltNOON TBA.IN
KHOM CAIRO AKK1VK3 IN NKW
KOKK. MONDAY MOKNINO,
36 HOURS' IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHER HOUTE.
Advertisements of eompetinar lines that
they make better time than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance er a
desire to mislead the publlo.
- t or through tickets and Information,
apply at Illinois Central B. U. Depot, Cairo.
TIAUfS ABBtva AT OAIBO
tlPrCSS Hm,HHmHHW.H,Mw3 l')0 P , Ok
ISU MMMHIKHMMMMHtHN, H. ...... MM H. . 4 '.00 QS,
JA3. JOHNSON, -1
Qen'l SouthernAgt '
1 J. H. Jonas. Ticket Art.
OrfJAAT fTT nni?Da. YoncsneaT
ttlUUULi li AVIlXiAO'. silyuMnaat
t ir salary by deTotlna a very email portion ol
leisure uma lo my Id tens t. I do net a
DANIEL V. BKATXY, Waahtnfton, M. 3,
pew you so ranTaaa I of my eeleliraica KeaBJ'S
rianoa and Organs unlrtt you ara It to -, but tlie
eerrli I require of you (a both pleasant aati
uronuhlp. Full pirtfitilars free. Address
irlwillnM)rwyaUium awl Will SUM MVS ya
Hf. AiMr. ..
ai. LouwAnverture & hM'i Cd at Loa ass
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,'
And At r -
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenuo and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-ill Colors Bsadj
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best In Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Foroe Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. Wo control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon' s
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Last week I bought a 10 cent package of Washlne and done my washing in one ball
the usual time at less than half the coot of Soap. Sly clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolons, and for once I was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. Bo ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It i
perfectly safe to use it. - Mlt8. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' SSiSS
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 All
The Best Extract of Buchu, . ;
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicinos
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
Pure Imported Bay Ituiu, Kpleiilid-4 nuatlu Tar
, Soap- English and American goapn- Fin 1 in
ported Handkerchief Extract in origi
nal llottlefl or in Broken quanti
ties aa wanted at low prices.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
for Ho tad,
r .? . i - t " r
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
ME NT. Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Firo risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
ra d Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
At Barclays' Drug Staro.