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maun state trail.
Tbedemociecy Ttb wveral uunliee
o( the sUte ol Illinois ate requested to
send delegates to a staU convention t be
held t epringftel1,Ittinol,THUBSDAY,
the UTH DAY OF APBIL, 1878 , at 12
o'clock M.( lor the purpose of nominating
one tendidate lor the olHce ot state treas
urer, aud one candidate lor the office of
state superintendent of public instruction
and to transact such other business at may
come before it. The several counties are
entitled to the following representation,
based upon ilio vote lor. government In
Vote for SUM'- So.
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The committee unonimously recoinend to
tr the democracy of the northern grunaoivi-
eion and second appellate district, that
ot they bold their convention, for the pur-
'P? po of uoiulDaUng clerks of the surprcme
alt and appellate court, for saul dlvtMon anrl
.IWrict, at .lollel, on TUuiiiday, April is,
And lor the central grsnd divmion unil
, i ........ it. io Hktrli.t lliut tie delpuatu
' !.-. s ...... I l!UiAn un.l ,IUIrl..r.
appoinie'j irom d .....
to the state convention, to meet in conven
tion at Springfield, on the day miid state
convention is held, at 10 a. in., for the pur-
pose ot nominating clerks oi tbo surprcme
and appellate courts lor said division and
tbe Aod for the southern grand division and
clj fourth appellate district, that they hold
851 thuir convention at Centrslia, Thursday,
May in, 1878, for the purpose ol nomlna
jj ling clerks ot the nurprcuie and appellate
icourt, lor said diviwlon and district;
rt The ratio ot repicsentutlnu iu said con-
J ventions to be the game ai In the Ktutc con
Ski en tion. , ,
28t thus. SAirkV, 'Secretary.
ifce. H. McCormick, . ('. 1. Iloiles,
a. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
ToA. V. UoodarJ, . V. Uurgeu.
l. K. E. (lodell, 11. 3. M. Uush,
"O" 2. Thos E.Courtney, VL 11. 1 Shuuiay,
" a, j nomas Duincy,
A 4. Hlcbard Bishop,
S,w R. K. U. Marah,
li. .J. ti. Drake,
A 7. w. A. Steele. .
T a. .l.Uuff.
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IS. J. A. Mullorv,
14. JohnW. Smith,
lft. W. Cochrane,
IK. L. B. 1'arsoDS,
17. II. C. UsrVe,
IK. T. K. Bouton,
"f H. W. T. Davidson,
li). 5. L. iaaodes,
' A,,, f:r,r Kilmunds.
Democratic County Convention.
1 A mass convention of the Democratic
Wr voters of Alexander county, will be held
-v?W tho court Iioum?, iu this city, on Satnr
1 flday, March 30th, next, at 2 o'clock p.m.,
4 : lor the purpose el electing thrw dele
iQ-let Springlleld on April 11th, next; and
three aeiegaves i n uun;nMurcuuu
4o'be held at Central! on May loth, next
J l lioa, TV . ui.i.iui, vuairuiau.
J t :-iro. lUa.. Marcli 7. W8.
3 0 CUK KVPBaMB COURT, 8. . I.
... u,ihnscd to announce n. a. i. wn.
Sl4.NKH.of Waahlnxto County, at a candidate
,),,uierailo nouiinsting oomi
wiii'iiiuvv, t irr iiriu
rl ISK OI TH aFHKI.LlTlS COURT
r"- . . wvin-r t r r ivnid
....k(,Lrl to announced HARDIN
V- kuit nrtrlvl. Cllatoa county, si a candidate
FA i ,2 AtmelUle court, fourth dUtrUtt,
IV. a Le-
n eonvwioB '
" - r . ..,,i.riul la aanounee
l-BiTur f KHinchan County, as a candleate
. uul?T tb dacJilna f the li-
"i"1.??1?! 'JZsXSL "L )U to mt at Cewalia,
A Wishington letter sari that coun
terfeit $5, $20 and $30 national bank
notes, excellently executed and hard to
detect, have been put upon tbo market iu
large amount. These notes may bo used
as the Issue ot any national bank.
1'iiK Johnson County Journal cx
presses preference lor C'apt. John 11.
Thomas ol Metropolis as it candidate for
confess, t'apt. Thomas acting to have
the inside track for the Radical nomlnas
tion. He is a popular 'gentleman and
would bo hard to beat. ' - ; ;
Ai.Tiioicu the petitionfl tusking eon
gress to take prompt action on the river
improvement project, now before con-
crejs, havo been in circulation only a few
days, they have been siirned by upwards
of one thousand eight hundred and ttfty
people In this city and vicinity. This Is
undoubtedly tbo largest petition ever
(rotten up in tl'is city, and shows how
thoroughly united our people are on this
great question. The petition will be
forwarded to Washington in a day or
The Aiken murder trial at Shawnee
town came to an end on Saturday nlgbt,
the jury returning a verdict of guilty
and fixing Aiken's punishment at Inv
prlaopmcnt in the penitentiary for lll'o,
It' ever there was a man who deserved
hanging It is this uiun Aiken. The
crime charged against him and of bis
gullttliere can be no doubt was one of
the most cold-blooded on record. ' But
his lawyers, lion. F. K. Albright of
Murphysboro, and F. K. Youngblood
of lieuton, managed his case, and how
well they did it is evidenced in tne fact
that they succeeded in saving his neck.
Tnu Vicuna Ytoman thinks that VI
enna would be a good place to hold tho
Democratic congressional convention
While we concedo that Vienna would be
a good place we believe Cairo a hotter
place. Cairo's railroad and steamboat
facilities gives her the advantago overall
other places In tho district. Nearly
every county in the district bos direct
communication with this city either by
river or rail, and delegate's to the con
vention could reach Cairo and return
home again with less expense and In
shorter time than from any other place.
Aside from this our hotel accommoda
tions are superior to those of any to a n
in the district. All things conslJered we
believe Cairo the proper place to hold
the convention, "
Judge Hughes, of the U. S, Circuit
Court, sitting at Richmond, has rendered
a decision on one of the points raised by
the government In the Arlington estate
case. The heirs ol General Lee com
menced suit against the oflicer holding
possession ot the estate, as the United
States could not be sued. The point
overruled yesterday by Judge Hughes
was, that the United States being indi
rectly the defendant in tho suit, the court
had no jurisdiction to try it. The claim
will now be tried on its merits. About
one-lil'th ot this line estato is occupied
us a national cemetery, in which Federal
aud a few Confederate dead are buried.
The remainder is covered with tlic cabin?
or indigent negroes. Whatever tho re
sult of the trial, the place of tho dead
bliould bo held sacred. The people who
occupy the balance ot the land should be
scattered, tor as they now exist, laziness
and all mauuer ot crimes arc their inevi
rHiiuini.Y no two men in public lilo
more corJially dislike, each other than
l.'oukliug and Schur?., unless, perhaps,
lllaiue and Schur. aro the two.
When the great Miiino senator, who un
derstands all subjects to bis own satis
faction, has a moment of uncommon
hatred for anything or anybody, he vents
his lecllng on Pchur. lie took him on
stumpage the other day. If there is any
thing Blaine ought to understand It is
stumpage. He was born In a woodland
region In Pennsylvania, and his maturer
years have been passed In Maine In the
midst of limitless forests of pine. One
township they call It a town, but it is
only a woods is named for him. He
knows, no matter what he docs not)know,
all about stump age. The secretary had
been protecting men who wero sus
pected ot dealing government trees, and
asked for an appropriation to pay lor
agents to hunt up more such violators ot
the law. This was the opportunity for
Blaine, and ho improved it. Whatever
the merits ot tho caso ho certainly took
the bark off ol Sclmr, and trimmed him
from root to crown. Ilo was not dlgnU
lied but bo was forcible. Schurz has not
three Irlends In tho senate, so nearly
every one was gratified.
A I'Iiktty picture is a healthy looking
and well eared lor baby. By tho use of
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup you can keep tho
health ol your baby in splendid condi
tion. 2.) cents a bottle.
PrtninUI nn KoIiimb Adopted
by lbf Clljr t atiueu.
At the meeting of the city couueil last
night Col. John Wood introduced the
following preamble and resolutions,
which were unanimously adopted. Col.
Wood staled that alter receiving tho slg
natures of the mayor and clerk, the reso
lutlons would be put Into paper shape
and a copy of thmn sent to our member
In congress, and to Senators Davis and
Oglesby. The resolutions read :
Wukkkas, It Is understood that tucas
ureg have been proposed In the national
congress looking to tho appoint incut, ol i
commission to dcvlm plana for and to
superintend, the survey and construction
ot works lor the pcriunuent Improvement
of the navigation ot the MlssisHippi
lUver, aud lor tho protection of such
portions ol the country bordering nn
said river as now tuner from inundation
during periods ol great floods ; therefore
be It .
Kctolntd by thocllV eouucll oftheeitv
ol Cairo, Illinois, that the Improvement
oi me navigation or a great national
highway lika the MiasUippl River, being
also the boundary line through its cnMrc
length between itates, to pre-eminently
the work of the national government ;
and that the honorable senate and house
of representatives of tho United Siai-s
be, and tboy hereby are, respectfully re
quested to adopt measures at as eany a
day as possible, for the Improvement ot
the navigation ol the river and the pro
tection ol the country bordering on it,
so that speedy relief may be afforded
from tire grievous nuraens arising irom
the uncertainties and dangers ot IU navi
gation and lroiu its excessive floods..
THE TEXAS PACIFIC.
(rcRHiblentid Keanliitloue Pnsmtol by
tltuClty t'onurll Lh( Might.
At tho meeting of tho city council held
last night Alderman Halliday Introduc
ed tho billowing preamble and resolu
tions which were unanimously adopted :
WiiKiiKAS, Tho grasping and odious
monopoly which now controls the ex
iatlmr railroad communications between
the Atiautic acd Pauifto oceans, requires
some wholesome check by whicii the out
rageous exactions now dally perpetrated
by it upon the traveling and business
nubile mav be avoided, and
Wherkab, The construction of another
lino ot railroad between the two oceans,
upon a more southern and shorter route,
which can be secured at less expense
than that alreadv constructed, will afford
a healthy competition with existing lines
and thus give relief from the grevious
burdens complained of. uuder which the
people are now laboring; therefore,
Rttolved, liy thecliv council ol the city
of Cairo, In the state or Illinois, mat me
construction ot the Texas Pacitio rail
road, on or near the 32nd parallel of
north latitude, from or near the Missis
sippi river to San Diego on the Pacitio
ocean, is a work of great national neces
sity, and lor the reasons specified above
should be speedily completed, and liberal
governmental aid should be extended to
it, and that the representative In the na
tional congress from this district be and
be hereby is earnestly requested to as
sist by every means in his power the
passage ot such a bill as will provide for
the prompt construction ot saici roaa
Irom Fort Worth, in the state ot Texas,
to tho Rio Grande near El Paso, through
New Mexico and Arizona, passing near
Fort Yuma, and thence on the most
practicable route to the Sidp Channel in
the bay ot San Diego, and to advocate
and vote for reason n bio governmental aid
to the proposed work, as specified in the
bill lately reported to the house of re
presentatives of the national congress by
Mr. House from the committee on the
LETTER FEOM WASHINGTON.
Hii.vesmnl I lie rf reine) RmleRl The
President HenkfiiiuK Miittlieu
mid the I'nlou aud Pad He Ball
roadi The New Hampshire Elec
tion The Indlun Bureau.
Special Correspondence of tbo Bulletin.
Washington, D. C, March 18, 1878.
There are indications ol a yielding, on
the part of Mr, Hayes, to the two classes
most opposed to him
and leaders of the Republican party.
Recent events make probable the retire
ment oi at least two, and probably three
cabinet officers, an attempt to bring back
the soldier element by profligate dis
bursements of tho publlo money to it,
and an attempt to revive in tho north the
old time sectional spirit, Happily, Mr,
Hayes has gone so far that be cannot, by
returning to bis former associates,
recover the ground bo onco held. Hap
pily the house has a Democratic majority
and the senate is nearly a tie. Happily,
too, the vast majority of those who sup
ported Mr, Hayes in his conciliation
policy were more disinterested, more
honest, more stable than he, and will not
remain in a party which seeks to
strengthen itselt hereafter by a revival of
old and dangerous quarrels. Mr. Blaine
takes little stock In the contemplated
bargain. Indeed, ho U not one of those
who believes that tho next campaign can
Le won on purely sectional issues. Ho is
Brixiously seeking new questions on
which now spirit can be infused into the
Stanley Matthews, yesterday, spoke in
the senate chamber to an audience about
equally composed ol senators and people
having an interest In the
UNION' AND CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROADS,
He spoke three hours in favor ot ac
ceptanco, by the government, of tho set
tlement proposed by those roads. Sen
ator Matthews may not have had the
money of the corporations in his pocket,
but his fpeceh w:is the speech ot an ad
vocate, not of a itcrson trying to do
justice to loth parties to a dispute. The
committee hill, which he opposed, seems
to provide a means by which, without
crippling the companies, tho govern
ment can secure ttie reimbursement by
them of the large advances made to as
sist iu the building ot the roads. The
scheme of the companies, which Mat
thews advocated, postpones the settle
ment and provides for payment at
a time wlien tho roads will not be worth
the amount, principal and lntercst,which
tho companies will owe the governmout,
tho companies meanwhile to pocket the
Not being In need of any new tacts to
convince lilni that tko Democracy will
elect aud Inaugurate the next president,
your correspondent doesn't try to ex
tract encouragement from the reduction
of the Republican majority iu New
Hampshire. There Is a lesson, how
ever, iu the fact that the Democrats did
not corry the state.
Is found in the luct that we have a nom
inal Democratic majority in the house
ol representatives', and ought belorc this
time to have put through this body
bills reducing the expenses of tho gov
eminent, and consequently taxation,
ten or fifteen per oeut., but hare tailed
to iln anythiug of the kind. It was a
su p iu the right direction, the other day,
whim a census ol Democratic representns
tlvea wo called to consider the army
bill and make It. a party measure. Koons
my Is what U needed, at this time, and
every voter in New hemisphere knows
it, and would have been moro likely to
have voted tho Democratic ticket It tbo
houso had given us better promises of
retrenchment and rclorui.
lu loruier letters I have urged thu
TBAJ.SFE Or 1UE lTs'DIAX BUREAU
from tho Interior department to tbo war
, OUR; HOTT0: M The BesUdbdsKtha Lowest Price
! :'. ;.'..,; m H"- !' ! ..
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
Dry ; Goods, -Bpotsridi Slioes, '
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Baqon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull Hue of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
This stock is ontiroly New and Fresh.
Our St k embracei everything needed In
flnmia I'lnoQA frlva Anil anmlna finr
department. This would save enormous
amounts ot monev to the government.
and In view ot what baa taken place in
the last lew years, It Is pretty plain that
the Indians would be as well treated, at
least, as under the present arrangement.
The prospect of the change is good.
Three at a Time.
An unmarried colored, woman, named
Harriet Smith, who Uvea at Joppa, 111.,
a little town a few miles below this city;
recently gave birth to triplets, a boy and
two girls. The imagination stands ap
palled when it thinks how many ot them
there might have been if Harriet had
Do not trifle with a cough, eold, or af
fection of the throat, lungs or bronchial
tubes. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a
positive cure and prevents consumption.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of the Bt Charles.
RATES: 12.00 PER DAY
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and tall
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Oulueon whart Dost, foot of Aixth street.
OWce of Ilalliday Brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian Mills, Twvnlivtli street.
Cual Dump, foot of 'Iliirty-t'iKtith street, or
Post Oflico drawer SOU.
S AFFORD, MORRIS,
City Nii.oDil Bank Building, up.sisirs,
The Oldest L'lUullshcd Agsnoy in Souther
Illinois, and representing over
IBS 000 000
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
TUB trains l.y this roaJ oonnw'l l St. I .on I
.u . .E8'"1- Lows, with all ether lines to
Ibc North, t.nainurlWenl.
TIME SUIUEDULU ,
ThrotiKh Expreis Leaves Csiro . ;!!' a m
.. ' , Arrives K. St. Louie l p.ni
Murphysboro Accommodation ls
' aim 11 M p.m
Through lApr.M -mnit g, m. lols Sii,m
. , " . Arrives at lairo !,.' u.lu
MnrpliystHiM AiTotnuioilatlon Jnvi'
MiiriiuytUiru Il;n ,m
EMEMBER The Cairo ami Ml. Louis
ttXTi tTeiivTV ALL KAIL ItUI TE be-
lwwn Cairo anil St. ltuls under one msn-
stierueut ; therefore I he are no delsyi et way
stations awsitlng oonmctlons from other lino.
Pssseugera Uulnii Neitti, Norlliejst unil West
should not buy their tickets uuUl tboy lure e
mined ur rata aud route.
f. c. BUKtx, u. r; wiinxotK
. Freight Aft. ' I'sMenaer Auenl.,
1" M, ilOUKSOK, Ura l Msasgct.
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,.
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots aud Shoes
Special attention given to Country trade.
the City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
ffruvla Anrl rtrlwd KofnrA TAD hllV.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Hoad Bunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
T-ftlna T .i. rlalrA
:i0 p.m. Fast Express, arriving in St.
Louis B:&0 p. m.; Chicago, 1M, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CIKCT1TNATT ft LOX7IS
VILLE PAST LINE
arriving! n Cincinnati sot, ajn.; Louis
ville, 8:26, a m.: Indianapolis, 4 :15 a.m.;
l'assengers by this train arrive at above
OF m OTHXS BOVTE.
10'd. m. Ksst Mail witn sleepers attach.
ed. for 8T. LOUIS and CHICAUO,
arrlvlnc In St. Louis at b:30 a.m. Chi-
cairo at 40 n.m. ConnectlnK at Odin
or Effingham tor Cincinnati, Louisville
and Indianapolis. ,
FAST TIME EAST
fusengera by this line go through to
the East without any delay caused by
The SATURDAY AJTTEBN0ON TRAIN
; FROM CAIRO ARRIVES LN NEW
YORK MONDAY MOBMNO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Olf ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Advartiscments nf romptinr linsia that
they make better time thaa this one, are
are issued either through ignorance er a
desire to mislead the public.
Kor through tickets and information,
ipply at Illinois Central R. R. Depot, Cairo.
TBAUtS AUUVB AT CAISO
txpress ....M.M.M..M...ItOO p. in
lah 4.00a. m,
Oen'l Southern Agt
J, 11. Jowbs, Ticket Aet.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
No. .30, Eighth Street.
7AZ.Ii Z2T FHICES-
8KCUBE AN AGENCY AM)
f."K) OR 100 l'ER WEEK.
"The Ever Ready aud Never Out of Order"
LOCK-STITCH SEWING -.
KOR DOMESTIC CBI.
WITH TABLE AND FIXTURES COM
PLETE REDUCED TO
Only 1xvM.ty Zoll Area
A pertoct and unequalod, Iwgo, strong
and durable machine, constructed elegant
and eoldld, from the beat material with
mathrmatictl precision, tor coostant fami
ly use or manufacturing purposes. At
way ready at a moment's notice to d Its
day's work, never out of order and will last
a generation with moderate care; easy to
understand and manage; light, smooths and
swift running, like the well-regulated move
ment of a tine wakh; ample, compact, elll.
oient and reliable, with all the valuable Im
provements to be found in tbe highest,
priced machines, warraulodto do the same
work the same way, and as rapidly and
smoothly at a 7& machine. An acknowl
edged triumph of ingenious mechanical
skill, essentially the worktop woman's
friend, and far in advance or all ordinary
machines for absolute) strength, reliability
and general usefulness; will hem, tuok, fell,
acatn, quilt, hind, braid, cord, gathtr, rut
ll, shirr, plait, fold, scollop, roll, embroid
er, run up breadths, etc.. wltk wonderlul
rapidity, nostness and ease; sews die
strongest lasting stitch equally tine and
smotho through all kiuds ot goods Irom
etirnbtle to several thicknesses of I road
cloth or leathor!witli One or coarse cotton,
liueo, alike or twine, tllvesperteot satisfac
tion, Will earn its ooit several times over
In a season in the work it does, or make a
good living for any man or woman who
desires to use It lor that purpose works to
fsithlul and easy tbo servants or children
can use It without damage. Trice of ma
chine, fully equipped tor family work, with
light table, reduced to only t JO. Hell Case,
Cover, Side Drawer and Uabluet Styles
inii at correspondingly low rates. Halo
delivery guaranteed free from damage.
Explanatory pamphlets illustrated with en
gravings ol tbe several styles of machines,
references, variety of sewing, oto., mailed
freo. UoBudtntltl terms with liberal In
ducements to enterpalsing clergyman,
teachers, buiuiess men, traveling or local
agents, eta., who desire exclusive agencies,
1 1 ire is bed on application. Address John II.
Kendall A Co., Ml Hrotdway, K. Y. 1
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN HON, Ohio Lo voo.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stroot
White Lead White Zinc,
Faints-All ColorsReady or
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils,
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Ferfeet Can in
the World. Made of Olaas
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Erery family should have
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
bveden. We sell at their prices
1 i I
sl 4 J J
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
ernes. Also for Wakefield's,. Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, .and DeGinchon' s
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lurt week I bought a 10 rent package of Waslnne and done my washing in onn lis II
the usual time at less tlmn bulf the cost ot onp. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, aud it did not shrink oiy woolons, and for once 1 was enabled to L'ct a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money, it Ik
perfectly safe to use It. . MRS.' A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne--0' EaStutreab7v,:an00
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 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 Hay Hum, Bplendid Canada Tar
Nonjs- English and American Noaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts in origi
nal Bottles or in Broken Quanti
ties as wanted at loir prices.
Buy "STour riiQa ,
At Barclay Drug Sioro.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
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Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART-
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
r ads Street Cars and Hotels.
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at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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