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QUE; MOTTO: . '! Ths Best Goods at tie lowest Pr ice
shire l lew than eleven hundred.
Tl Kadloat majority lo New Hamp
W. F. Schdcmm. Editor wd rublUher.
Th desnocracy th ,rU counttM
f th stat ol WlnoU ar requeeUd to
MBd delegate toatateOBVntloa W b
Id at 8prisnW, WlnoU, THURSDAY,
th 11TB DAY OP APBIMI7S.. at
o'clock m, for th purpos of Bomlaatlng
oi eandldat lor th offlc of stat treaa-
urer, and one candidal for the office of m&a wouid M ,ctlre a mem
state superintendent of public instruction 0, M party nas iq Uie
and to trnaaot sue otner usuiose
coma below It The sataral counties are
entltlad to tb following representation,
based ea the tote tor government la
VoM for Sf o.
art iu IS.
Hamilton MMM. ...Ml
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Mi: I .ran. ...
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. cyrus 11. Mccormick,
Tue committee unanimoualr recomend to
the democracy of the northern grand divi
sion and second appellate district, that
they hoU their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerks ot th surpreme
and appellate courta, for said division and
district, at JoUet, on Thursday, April 18,
And for the central grand division and
bird appellate district, that tte delegate
appointed from said division and district,
to the state convention, to meet in conven
tion at Springfield, on the day said state
convention Is held, at 10 a. m., for the pur
pose of nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate courts tor said division ana
And for tb southern grand division and
fourth appellate district, that they hold
tbelr convention at Centralis, Thursday,
May 10, 1878, for the purpose of nomina
ting clerks of the surpreme and appellate
courts, tor said amnion ana district;
The ratio of representation in said con
vention to be the same as in the stute eon'
Taos. SHUtutY, Secretary.
C. H. McCormlck, CD. Hoiles,
J.B.Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. 1. Uoodard, B. V. Burgen.
' t : ' DISTRICTS.
1. R. E Godell, 11. J. M. Bush,
2. Tho E.Courtney, 12. II. P Bhumay,
a. Thomas Shirley, 13. J. A. Mallorr,
4. lUchard Bishop, 14. John W. Bmilb,
6. F. U. Marsh, 15. Vf. Cochrane,
& J. . Drake, It. Ln B.Varsons,
7. W. A.. Steele. 17. U. O. Gsrke,
8. J. Dull, 18. T. K. Bouton,'
A. W. T. Davidson, 19. 8. Z. Landes,
10. George Edmunds.
Democratic County Convention,
A maBS convention of tbe Democratic
voters of Alexander county, will be held
at the court house, in this city, on Saturs
day. March 30th, next, at 2 o'clock p.m..
for lh purpose of electing three dele
gates to the state convention to be held
at Springfield on April 11th, next; and
three delegates to tbe district convention
to be held at Centralis on May 16th, next.
.Taos. W. Ualliday, Chairman.
Cairo. ID.. March 7. 1873.
ro ctssx awfrbmi court, a. 0. d.
.MauflMrliedloanneiinteR. A. 1). WII
BANKS, of Waahington County, aa a runSidate
for Ok of Saprwa Court. Southern (irand
i,ttog, llliooia. subject 10 the -te juon 0f th
Uitnocr BOBUBauag oommiuea, to be held
at ceuinUa, May ku, w- 127 7S
BOtt OLSBK 09 TK APPELLATE COCBT-
" " rotrRTH Dimcr, illihois.
nr. .M authorised to announce ; HARDIM
CAM of UarlyVa, Clinton esanty, at a candidal
rr.e?:'JTitnin7decMoB0l the iMttoentia
tnircotio called to meet at UatralU, May fcla,
We' tf" 4i0inr1ied I announce W. O. Le
GKURK, of aUnngnam County, as a eaadieate
nimrk of In Appellate iun, wuni gitviea,
f.TrlaU. eubjeot to the decision of tbe Dcow
llliwceanDtiui flU4 to tut at Ce trails,
Kay Ituh "
The nous committee on railway and
oanalahas ureed torouort kill making
Dcs Jloinesltaptds canal free forever, Tills
la of great importance to rlver.navigatton,
and relieve boat ownera of a great bur
den In th waf of peymont of toll.
Tbb Illinois State Reg say that
C. it. Uu(rhea,;ol tbts city. Is spoken oi
u a poeslbl candidate before the- Repub
lican nominating convention Tor con
mas. Mr. Huehe is perhaps as tble a
A DKLIGATIOK of St. LaulslaUS, lutcr-
ested In the improvement of the MUsls-
aippl river, were before the Louse corns
mlttee on commerce on Wednesday, and
made an argument tor an appropriation
ot $3,000,000 for the Improvement of
tbat river as recommended by the St,
ILaBDiN Casi, editor of the Vniutitu-
tion'flnd tnie, of Carlyle, Clinton count
ty, U a Democratic candidate for appel
late court clerk. ' Mr. Case is a gentle
man ot fine ability and in every way
qualified to fill the Important office tor
which be 1b working;. ; lie U a staunch
Democrat and baa done (rood work for
the party, and deserves well at its bands.
Should he receive the nomination he
would receive the nnlted support ot his
A Novil transportation scheme has
bean agreed upon by the bouse committee
on railways and eansls, and will be report
ed to th house by the chairman ot the
committe in a few days: It is for a freight
railway to connect the Ohio and Mississ
ippi valleys with tide-water. The opera
torship of the railway Is to be in the hands
of an inter-state commission, consisting of
on person from each of the twelve states,
who are to have Its sole management and
control. Congress grants no lands or mon
ey aid, but simply a charter. It is believe d
that 156,000,000 Will be sufficient to con
struct the single track line, and that it can
succeed by marling freight the principal
business and passenger traffio subordi
nate. There ieto be no capital stock,
but tbe road is to be bult en
tirely on borrowed money, it u ex
pected to run by the way of Ouot luulh
and St. Louis; thenc esstward by the
Meeting f th (Jbnuiber of femnere
lo Take Action in Favor senator
A meeting of the chamber ot corns
merce of Cairo was bold at their rooms
on Wednesday evening for tbe purpose
of taking action in reference to the bill
lately Introduced into the United States
senate by Senator Cockerel!, lor
the appointment of a commis
sion on tbe Improvement ot the Missis
sippi river. The attendance was large.
President Wood Rittenhouse presided.
Tb following preamble and resolution,
Introduced by Col. S. S. Taylor, were
" Where ts tbe chamber ot commerce
of the city of Cairo, in the state of Illi
nois, bat been informed ot the contents
of a bill lately Introduced into the senate
ot the United States ty Senator Cockrell,
providing lor ine appointment 01 a com
mission to devise plans for and to super
Intend the survey and construction of
works for tbe permanent Improvement ot
the navigation of the Mississippi river,
and tor tbe protection of such portions
01 una Doraeriog on 11 as are now sub
ject to inundation ; and .
"Whereas, In the opinion of this body.
the means indicated by the provisions of
said bill are eminently wise in their
nature, and well calculated to Insure the
end In view, therefor
"Resolved bv this association that the
honorable senate and house of represen
tatives of the United States be, and they
nereay are respectfully requested to pass
tne Dili aoove aauaea to, or some similar
Dili, at as early a day as possible. In or
aer mat speeay reiier may be afforded
from the burdens arising from the uncer
tainties and dangers of the navigation of
mo juisswsippi river, a nignway 01 na
tional importance, and protection riven
to such portions of the country border
ing on it as are now sumect.to inunda
tion." Wood Rittenijol'sk, President.
Chas. Pink, Secretary.
The Paoking Business of Chicago
Messrs. lloward, "White & Crowell, pub
lishers ot th Dally Commercial Bulletin,
have published their ninth anual report of
the packing of Chicago for the season of
1877-78 and th year ending March 1, 1876.
ine report shows by far the most extcnaive
business on record and exceeds even the
expectations of th best informed. The to
tal paoking from March 1, 1877. to March
1, 1878, was 4,009,311 hogs; average weight i
ol summer packug lso.00.iO0 pounds and
tne average yield of lard 32.50 pounds,
against an average weight f 189.79 pounds
ana a yield of lard 20.10 pounds for tbe
last summer's season. Th winUr packing
(regular season) was 2,501,288, against
1,018,084 last season. The average weight
of th winter season was 228.84 and 89.05
pounds of lard, against the weight of last
year ot 215.9T pounds ends and a lard yield
of 8,610. Th manufacture of the product
necessarily shows a heavy increase and is
reported as follows: Lard, 2,2j) tierces;
mess pork, 324,573 barrels: th total oi all
kinds of pork barreled is 338,430; sweet
pickled hams, 00,270 tierces; green btms,
87,044,127 pounds; dry salt hams, 1,883,220
jiuunui, ions; out, 11,478,043 pound, and
Bouta Staffordshire, 1371,207 pounas;
sweet pickled shoulders, 0.172 tierces:
green and dry salt shoulders, 84 44(),?80
yuuuuo, ruugu .ubi,ji,uv pnunnv; ( urn
berjands, 4,910,312 pounds; short nt...
173,404 pounds; long rib, wu.ajfi i,0U!,.K:
shor clear, 43,2116,803 pound.! lotg dear,
84,129,504 pounds; Soutb Staffordnblre,
8.4M.T27 rpounds; Streetford, 3 481,551
pounds, Irish eut, 530,O?t poui d .; York
skire, 1,083,801 pounds; Birmingham, 411,.
845 pounds; UMures, 1,000,817 pound-,
other euU, 22,600,834 poundt; bacon, signed
2,0067)00 pound; bellies, 1,430,861 pounds;
backs, 2,474,926 pounds; hocos, 8,578 bar
U;plg tongues, 1,983 barrels, and f,C33
Caino, Ins., Thursday Evknino,
, March 14, 1878. .
There is 110 change worthy of special
mention in tbe general condition of the
market here. Trade hag been fairly ac
tire during tbe week and transaction in
flour, gru'u and bayxbave been liberal.
Flour,whlle prices have not made any fur
ther decline, Is weak and transactions are
confined exclusively to the order trade.
There is no speculative demand whatever,
Receipts during tbe week have Been
fair, though stock are not very largo.
There is good demand for .good mixed
to choice hay at quotations below. Com.
mon and low grades hay Is in good sup
ply andquiet, dull and low. The de
mand for corn is good. Uecelpts are light
and the supply limited, frlnca remain
about as last quoted. There is an active
demand for oats at quotations aud all
that arrive finds ready sale. We note
an improved markot for meal, and city
mills are running day and night. Prices
are steady and firm at quotations below.
Bran la in light supply and good tie
mand at $15. Receipts ot potatoes are
larsro and the market is full. The
demand Is fair and prices steady
Tbe market is overstocked with apples
and manv are rottlnc. Trices are de
clining. Choice butter is scarce and in
mod demand at hlirhcr prices. Medium
and low grades are plenty aud dull.
Receipts of eggs are largo, and the mar-
ketlsfull. Trices are weak at 8c. Poul
try is In good supply and receipts are
good. Prices arc a shade wcoker.
BATES OF FREIGHT TO NKW ORLEANS AND
Grain special 15
Pork & Beef 30 40
Hav 15 20
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 lbs., and
10 cents per bbl. higher.
tt9Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices bore given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filing orders and for broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an advanci upon
Prices arc weak, ihoucli no lower than
at the date ot our last N-ui. The order
demand is active hihI .-,-ili-s r; liU-ral.
Tuere is no epcu!-tlv.' ! n.i;iul. lie
ceipts are fair, but rt.;k uie not very
large. Sales were:
600 bbls. Various Grades on
orders $4 23WJ 00
Family 6 00
XX 5 00
XX 5 00
Various Grades on
orders 4 25G 23
Various Grades on
orders 4 006 00
l'here is a good demand for choice bay
at $12 0012 50. Receipts are light, and
tbe supply small. Low grade hay Is
plenty and quiet. Sales noted were 1 car
good mixed at $11; 1 car choice Timothy
at $12 60; 3 cars choice mixed at $11; 1
car red top at $S; 1 car common mixed
There is a good demand tor corn at
quotations, llectipts.are light land the
supply small. Sales were 3 cars white in
sacks nt 45c; 1 car white in bulk at 40c; 3
cars white in bulk at 40c; 2 cars mixed in
bulk at 39c; 1 car white in sacks at 45c.
Receipts are light and supply small.
The demand Is good at quotations, and
prices are firm. Sales noted were 3 cars
mixed in sacks at 32c; 1 car mixed in
sacks at 32 c; 3 cars mixed in bulk at 29c,
The demand is good and prices steady
at quotations. The supply is about
equal to the demand. Sules were 200
bbls city at $2 2S2 30; 100 bbls'do at
$2 30; 100 bbls country kiln died at
$2 15 ; 200 bbls country kiln dried at
Bran Is in good demand at $15.
Receipt are good and the stock on the
market large. Prices are steady. Sales
were 10 bbls common at $1 10; 250 bbls
peachblows, In sacks at 40c; 100 bushels
do at 35c; 150 liusliels early rose, in sacks
There is an overstock on the market,
and many are rotting. The demand is
i- , , . . . . .....
w& mm low. ouies were Jo bbls va
rieties at $3 50(4; 25 bbls choice Ben
Davis at $55 25; CO bbls varieties at
$3 504 50.
Choice butter is scarce aud lu good k
mund. Receipts are light. Common
and medium grades are plenty and dull.
Sales were 10 pkgs. choice dairy, 2425c;
m pkgs. southern Illinois, 1418c; 100
lbs. Southern Illinois at 15c; 20 tuba
northern packed, 2425c; 3 tubs cooking',
7Sc, 200 lbs. gilt edge at 28c.
Receipts are large and the market over
stocked. Prices are still lower. We note
sales ot 10 boxes at 8c; 22 pkgs. at 8c; 000
uozsn at sc.
There is a largo stock on the market,
wmie mo demand is light and prices
lower. Sales reported wero 6 dozen hens
at $2 CO; 0 dozen good mixed chlekons at
$2 60; 6 coops mixed chickens, $2($2 25;
3 coops old heni it'iJ 60; S dozen choice
hens, $2 502 75.
Sales ware 1,600 lbs. dry salt sfionlrjcrs
at VI 5'J; 600 lbs, shoulders tit $3 (10; 11X 0
lb-, dry salt clear rib stiles at $5 60; 11CD
S. 1. 1'. hams at Sc.
Sul-s were 6 tierces refined kettle rend
Sales were 10 bbls. Illinois at $1 76!).
The supply Is good and demand light.
The supply g fair and prices steady at
13 ouii uu, according to quality.
Dried fruit of all kinds is plenty and
- : O. HANNY,
Oorner 8th Street and
; " .1 ,
- .LTD 3D CD JE UG11 m S3,
Drjr : Goods, ; Boots 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.
A lull line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
Thia atwk ta entirely Nnw nrl Fresh.
Our Stok embraoes everything needed in
uoous. f lease jpive iw nau, examine our
dull. Prices range (from 2 to 3o for
apples and 4(4c for peaches.
Sales were 600 bbls. Ohio river at $1 15.
Sales were 400 lbs pork at 33n. The
weather Is entirely too warm for handling
dressed meats, and onr commission men
do not care to touoh It.
Larger stuut Life t
On receipt of $1.50 1 will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times any
small object. A very useful and instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and put
up In a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or tbe money refunded,
' Its magnifying power is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
in a drop of water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture of cloths, &c, detecting foreign
matter in sugar, flour and other articles
of diet, for detecting counterfeit money,
and a hundred other useful purposes, it
will be found Invaluable.
An endless Bourcc of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mall on receipt of price.
SEAVER & CO.,
61 Tark Place. N. Y. City.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
L&dies i:i Cents.
C. O. D.
No. 30, Eighth Street.
FAX.L IXT PRICES.
SECURE AN AGENCY AND
f5'J OK 100 PES WEK.
"The Ever Ueady and Never Out of Order"
FOR DOMESTIC C8I.
WITH TABLE AND FIXTURES COM
PLETE REDUCED TO
Only Twenty Xlollftra
A perfect and unsaualed. laree. etrone
and durable machine, constructed elegant
aim auiuiu, irom tne eest material witn
mathematical precision, (or constant fami
ly use or mttiiutuuturiug purposes. Al.
ways ready at a moment's notice to de it
day's work, never out of order and will last
a generation with moderate care; easy to
understand and manage; light, smoothe and
swift running, like the well-rcgulatftd move
ment of a tine watch; simple, compact, effl.
c;ont and reliable, with all the valuable Im
provements to b found in the highest
priced machines, warranted to do the same
work the same way, and as rapidly and
smoothly as a $75 machine. An acknowl
edged triumph of ingenious mechanical
skill, essentially the workioc woman's
friend, and far in advance or all erdlnarv
machines for absolute strength, reliability
and general usefulness; will hem, tuck, fell,
Hoam, quilt, bind, braid, cord, gather, rut
rW, shirr, plait, fold, scollop, rou, embroid
er, run up breadths, etc.. with wonderful
rapiuiiy, neatness ana ease: eewi tne
strongest lasting stitch equally tine and
smotbe through all kinds ot goods from
otimbrlo to several thicknesses ol broad.
cloth or leather with one or coarse cotton,
mubu, ma vr ;wine. uivesperrect satisfac
tion. Wilt earn It cost several times over
in a season In the work it does, or make a
5ooa living for any man or woman who
esires to me it for that purpose works ao
raitniui and easy the servants or children
can use It without damage. I'rioe of ma
chine, fully equipped tor family work, with
light table, reduced to only $20. Half Case,
Cover, Side Drawers and Cabinet Styles
eacn at correspondingly low rates. Sale
uollverv euarantnail free from damaire.
Explanatory pamphlet illustrated with en-
mriniaoiioe several atyias or maonines.
references, variety of sowing, etc., mailed
tree. Conlidt-ntltl terms with liberal in
ducements to eoterpalsing olergymen.
teachers, buslnoea men. traveling or local
agents, etc., who deilr axclusiv agencies,
tm.inumi on application. Address Jofin U.
Jtsndall 4 Co., 121 Broadway, N. Y.
. . aibly
A PHYftint noicAi
View of JJsarmiKe !
TffKWWOt a Ontae to Wedlock aa
ranldoitlal TnatlM on the
itutlM at mtr ri.M ana Uta
atuMttaat anSt lor It i id.
nu of Baproduotton tad
ue ineeeaee or wemn.
A hook for ,rive, con.ia.
raMnadlas. SOU pafe, prtoa
tt III IwtIr.oVMS31 Wiruii tkiOS mi ai
t."''Jtxa"r-r Beore Slaeaata, wuA Um Stat
ac K7uW,,MJrft5l7 .i .
oS!i' B.iST,t,nn Ia,Oaatra,aBtnte,tht
upium Hablt,ac, prtn Kief.
JS!.1Xl!"f feJl"" I""1! et erlea . or at) tane,
illu!r.M, lor Tt cU.
th at. at.lieiiia.lt
J",.,'wJ',"'ouutluag awl iU nutif
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Genu' Boots and Shoes
SDeclal attention elvcn to Country trade
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
gooua anu nno wmn yu uuj.
CO A I,
Orders for Coal by tho oar-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlceon whan Mat. foot of Sixth street.
Office ot lialllday Brothers, opposite 8t
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth strwt.
(Joel Dump, foot or Thirty-eisTntb street, or
Post Office drawer suo
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
kVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated Uluminatl
Oorner Eleventh Street and Waahl
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Bunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Traini Leave Cairo -U0
p.m. Fast Express, arriving in St.
Louis 8:60 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCHTtfATI tt LOTJIS
V1LLB FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8i30, a.m.; Louls
, vllle, 8:25, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:1 a.m.;
: l'assengers by this train arrive at above
OF ANT 0TEEB KOUTK.
lO'p. m. Kast Mail with sleepers attach,
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Louis at 0010 a.m. Chi
cago at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fiBsengera by this lino go througD to
the East 'without any delay caused by
The SATURDAY. AJTKRNOON TRAIN
l.KllOM CAIRO ABKIVE8 IN NEW
YORK MONDAY UORNLNCK
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIEtt ROUTE.
Advertisements of competinsi lines that
they make better time than this one, are
are issued eithor through ignoranoe er a
desire to mislead the public.
For through tickets and Information,
apply at Illinois Central R. R. Depot, Cairo.
THAJKS AUUVB AT CAIRO
'Frees... . ...........,..3t(0 p.m
lail MMMMM.MMM. M.MMWMMWM,,4 AO S.DI,
J AS. JOHNSON,
, Oen'l Hoillhern'Agt
.. Q. Jonbs. Ticket At.
' " f".'"r ' "7 tavoung a very small portion Ol
your kisure time to tny intsreat, 1 do not x
peel yon to eanvaaa for my ealebrahid Beatty'i
riaiioa anil Orgam unUts you see St to ; but the
a i , "tu,rB or you i. uota pleasant and
jirunvauia. t uu parucuiar uee. Adaraea
u r. iibaxty, Washington. M. 3
0nntYt "Kl Morphlno hwt annlotoly an
IIUII 1 1 liwi4Urcuni(l.llnlcMi do publicity.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lovoo.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-ill Colors Rsadj for
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The OnlyPerfeot Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted riot to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force 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. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
"Last week I boufiht a 10 cent package of Washine and done my waHhing in ono bill
the usual time at leas than half the cost o! Soap. My clothes were whiter. 1 did not
have to rub them, and It Oi l not shrink my woolens, and for once I was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladliB try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It t
perfectly safe to use it. MRS. A.
6 and 10 cent Packages.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Coarso and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
French, English and .American Perfumery
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparllla 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 Clotb
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 Rutu, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap- EnKlikh and American Nonp Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract in origi
nal Ilottles or In Broken Quanti
ties as wanted at low prlcer.
At Barclays' Drag Sioxo.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Sclentlflo
and Practical Test by the U. 3. 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 Rail
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