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W. F. Schuckem, Editor ami Publisher.
The rimaooittj of the icvera! counties
f the Ute ot IHtnois are requeued to
aenddelegktea, to k state coovention to be
eld at Bpringtiell, IllikoU, THURSDAY,
th 11TH DAY OK APRIL, 1878, kt 12
o'clock m., for the purpose of nominating
on candidate for the oflic ot state treas-
urer, and one candidate lor (be office of
auto iuperlatndnt of publio inHlruction
and t transact tuoh other business an may
cono before it. The several counties re
entitled to tbe following representation,
baaed vpon the vote for government in
t . ' r Voir for stow'
itrt in 17".
Rariwi ........ ,
Orawfrrd ... '..mi
Cumberland- 1 ,'IH
It incite.. ....
Iroquois .. .
Jasper ... ....
Kankakee.... . .
McHancry ...... .
Mo Lean.. ......
6,7 1 -J
Pike ........ .....
Saline . ..
Sangamon .... .
Winnebago. . . .
' Wooifoi (1. .......
OKCS U. MCWBJIICK,
Tne ooratnlttceuiiaelaiouHly rocomcnil to
the demotiacy of the northern grna divi
sion and eeooBd appellate diHtrlot, tliat
th7 bold their convention, for the pur
poaa of oomtnating clerk of the iiurpremo
and appellate eourU, for said dlviMon and
district, at Jolict, on Thursday, April IK,
. Aad tor the central grand diviMon and
bird appellate dlHliict, that li e dclcfrato
appointed from said division ami (iiMri.'t,
to the atate convention, to mpetln vtnvon
Hon at Sprinjsfield, on the day imid state
convention i held, kt 10 k. in., for tho pur
po ot nomiuatlnfi clerks ol the rurpreme
kBd appellate courti for paid division and
.r .And for the aouthern rund division aud
fourth appellate diatrict, that they bold
toalr convention at Centralis, Thurtday,
May 16, 1878, for the purpose of nomina
ting clerte of the itirpreme and appellate
courta. for said diviHlon and district;
The ratio of representation in aaid con
ventions to be tbe lime at in tbe Mute von-
Taos. Suibly, Secretary.
AT La HOB.
O. H. McOormlck, C. V. Ooilen.
J. B. Mknn, W. K. Murphy,
A. P. Ooodwd, " I). K. burgeu.
1. R. E, (Jodell, 11. J. M. KuMi.
4. TheaK.Courtney, 12. 11. 1' hhnmay,
a. Thomae Shirley, Yi. A. Mallorv,
4. Rlcbard Biiaop, 14. John W. Smith,
6. . U. Maran, 10. n. tocurane,
0. J. 6. Drake, lti. L. B. Pantooa,
T.W. A. Steele. 17. H. 0. (ierke,
8. J.lnff, 18. T. K. Bouton.
0. W. T. Davidson, It). 8. Z. Landca,
10. George Kdmunda.
Democratic County Convention
A muss convention of tho Democratic
. . . . 1 .la
VOtert Ot Alexander cuuniy, win ue iicki
at tbe court house, in this city, on !?tittir
day, Marcn aum, dcxi, una ciock p.m.
Diimohe el fclcctiutr thmo dele.
IV mm" ,1 -
gatw to Uw Uta couvcutiun to bti held
. t.ri,.rti1il on Aurll lltli. next: nml
Utrw Aak-gmte to the diatrict couvctitiou
to be MM ucntraiia on aiay mm, next.
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' llioa . aiai.i.itji, uittii,
Cairo. Ifte.. March 7.178.
" - n il( aiTPEKata COURT. I. O. D.
o wvm .. - - '
w. MeMlloantw -w ... - ... .11-
ataVMKJ. vt WeMBKa Uoaoiy, ai a candidate
ar"7'.j .k.. OntMN I airt. Soil lKj-r,i Un.n.1
TJMan. UllTkola. aubject o the deciniuu of Ibe
11 in ubw.-" . , -
ilia, Ur Kth, 7- I a7 7
(SjnK O TBI APPKI.LATI COURT
C'yavtra dwtict. iujnou.
"SfirfrW. CUa-aa eoanty, acandidite
n.lwm(th ApaU eoun, fcatib di.trlot,
TmMik 'fA Won ol tbe IVnermic
I Hum w - . -
a M stMtta lo aanounoo V. 0. U
T of tdabt County, aa a ctadleaia
.TWe Afalre Cawrs. fcunb ditlriew
TZ-jiei decitioa of tb Ifeiuo.
Cmmniuif Oklktd l meet st te trulls,
irntN wah nr. patbich bobs t
The Now York Herald ot the 18th, In
dliounslnir the queitlon, When was St.
Patrick born 1 ayi : '.' ' ;
Bntplabiia an Irlabraan down, metaphori
cally, of eoune, to the one queatioa, Wbee wae
Bl Pairlnk bora end be will begia 10 badge. Ha
III make violent rndravore to lead you Into k
labyrinth of kings, and iwrhape offer to ting
"Tara'l Haiti " hold on 10 him, however, and
he will at Hat eonfeai that be U, at least, In
doubt when tbe sainted Frenchman woa born.
Take up the "Amerioan Alraaaac," which pro
frsttt to give tha dates of t a birtb and death
of "notable penona," and yon Will bad Martin
Luther, King William and Julius Caesar all
properly accounted for. Turn to tbe letter P,
and this it what you wilt heboid; "
ratrick, Balnt 4ftft
Tho writer of the foregolnjf paragraph
should be Immediately dismissed from
the staff of the Herald for his tvolul and
Inexcusable Ignorance on this Important
subject. It Ih true that somo eight or
ten centuries ago a aifterence of opinion
did exist y to when tbe great Apostle ol
j.reianu uivi saw uie ugm ; out tue air
fcrence of opinion involved was only
twenty-four hours. A largo and at that
time influential element ot tbe population
Insisted that bis reverence was ushered
into being on tha 8th of March, while a
small but turbulent minority wero equal
ly positive that It was the day following,
or the 9th of March, when the world was
first blessed by tbe presence of
(lie - greatest of missionaries. Dc
bate on the question waxed hot ; words
led to blows, aud every' part of the Etnt
erald Gem, from tbe "center ts tbe sea"
became so violently agitated over this
absorbing question that war and "bloody
ruction" seemed inevitable. To escape
from this threatening condition oi
things, however, someot the wisest men
of tbe nation came together, and after de
liberating suggested that a representative
convention (tbe first on record) bo held,
to which tbe question should be submits
ted, In the hope that some satisfactory
conclusion might be reached, that turbu
lence and disorder might cease, and that
the country might again resume its
wonted peace. Although history is
somewhat obscure as to the placo of
meetlngi the tact ot the meeting Itself Is
placed beyond all doubt. After tbe
election ot a president, a vice-president
from each of tbe four provinces, and a
secretary (the editor of tbe organ of the
minority), a committee was appointed to
whom the subjoct was referred. This
committee tailed to agree, and the efforts
of the public-spirited gentlemen who
conceived the idea ot the conven
tlon promised to end In utter
failure; majority and minority reports
were submitted, the adherents of either
taction lefusing to budge an inch; tumult
and contusion reigned; in vain did tbe
chairman beat tbe desk with his gavel (a
shlllcluh) iu an attempt to bring tbe
uieutlng to order. But O'Connells in
embryo weie there, even at that remote
period. The delegate from Clare (his
name is wholly immaterial) assumed an
elevated position by mounting his desk.
The novelty of the action (the custom
has prevailed more or less in all civilized
countries since) Immediately arrested the
attention and excited the curiosity ot the
members, followed, naturally, by pro
found silenco throughout tbe immense
hall. Taking advantage of the situation,
and inspired, it Is said, by the most vera
clous chroniclers of that time, by the
spirit of the glorious Hpostli) himself, be
moved, in the interest ol peace aud cons
ciliation, that a compromise be effected
(the first comproiuise measure recordod)
and to do this it would not be necessarytor
either party to swerve an iota from its
cherished opinions, for by adding tho 8th
ami Bth together they would have the
170 a common day which all could
celebrate, and a common ground upon
which all could stand. Tbe widsom and
Ingenuity of tho proposition
Hashed upon llin mind ot tho
delegates with the rapidity of light.
ning, tiiid it was unanimously adopted
umid tli wildest enthusiasm. From that
day to this the decision ot that memora
ble meeting lias been sacredly respected
and nothing but the densest Ignorance
111 1111 editorial omtdan could throw any
douta upon tbe birthday ot Ireland's
patron saint. We hope this Bettles the
Bur Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It cures,
To be hud at all Druggists for 25 cents.
OS Wednesday lust Senutor Duvld
Davis presented in the United States
seimtc the memorial of the board of
trade of Cairo, asking congress to pass
the tockrcll bill on the improvement of
the Mississippi river.
Ax ounce of prevention is better than
a pound ot cure. A dose ot ttr. Bull's
Baby Syrup will assist your baby in
teething, and prevent it from being at'
tucked by Cholera Infantum, Colic, or
ottier diseases babies stiller with. 25
O.n the first page ot this paper we print
au article taken Irani ttie last Issue of the
AiyuH-Juumul, referring to lion. N. K,
Casey in connection with the Democratic
nomination lor congress In this district
The article iu question will be read with
interest and its sentiments endorsed by
an Democrats, lew men In the district
posses more elements of strength than
Dr, Casey, and as tbo nominee ol the
Democracy he would bring to his sup.
port a force 01 workers who would sweep
1 11 ij squabble between the Irish and
Germans ol St. Louis over tho teaching
of German In the public ichools Is wax
ing warm, Hiid the member of the. school
board are in a peck ot trouble to know
bow to satlsly both sides. The Irish de.
clare that if German Is taught to the
schools the Celtic must also be taught
This, the board declares impracticable
and tmposeibKanda proportion to sto
teaching German la under discussion.
Tbis proposition has created grist ex
cltement among the Germans, and they
declare political death to all who advo
cate the abolition ot Germ n In tho
schoai. The contest U bitter one, and
the end cannot be foretold.
SnuTOR Howl ol' WUconslugave nth
ties In the senate on Wednesday that on
Monday next be would explain 'why he
cannot support Mr. Hayes' administra
tion. "This," ssys a Washington cor.
respondent, "Is looked upon as tbe d
Tance gun of the beginning of the outs
break In open senate against the presi
dent, and st the sumo time an attempt to
get the southern Democrats into the sec
tional debate, on which party lines can
be closely drawn. The notice served by
Howe, now that Anderson is released,
looks as if he and his class ot ItcpublU
cans Intended whipping the president
into line or forever cutting loose from
him. Howe undoubtedly knows of the
character of the talk at tbe Tuesday's
cabinet meeting 011 this point. The
result of that talk is made known by the
remarks of a cabinet officer. He
said that there was no reason, now that
the Anderson caso bad been settled, for
political agitation, and that the Republi
can party In congress, and the adminis
tration ought to unito. When asked on
what platform, he read from a slip of
paper the following: First, a provision
tor maintaining tbe volume of green
backs at $300,000,000; second, opposition
to all scliemaa lor indefinite inflation of
the currency by abolishing national
banks and issuing greenbacks without
limit; third, appointment ol Republicans
to oillce; fourth, hostility to southern
claims; fifth, opposition to a reduction of
tbe tariff aud protection to American
PES ITEM FlAetT OFflClAIiN,
Tbe following is a complete list of aps
polntments made by tbe commissioners
of tho Southern Illinois penitentiary to
Gen. J.G. Fonda, Carthago, president
and resident commissioner, six years.
Capt. Isaao Clements, ot Carbondalo,
secretary, tour years.
Hon. It. D. Lawrence, ot Springtield,
Warden John C. Salter, Waverly.
Deputy warden Alex. U. Irvin, Cairo.
Assistant deputy warden Wm. 8wan
Chaplain Itev. Levi S. Walker, Rlchs
Physician (temporary) Dr. J. T. Pol
lock, Chester. -
Chiel Clerk Joe. D. Mcrrttt, Spring
tield. Assistant Clerk and Telegraph Operas
tor W. C, Dowell, Williamson county.
Steward -Alex. Sholl. Jacksonville.
Steward ut Couvi. l Kitchen John D.
Hospital Steward- Dr. H. C. Adderly,
Usher Robert C. McKee.Jacksonville.
SuDerlnteiidentlof Officers' and Guards'
Department John W. Lcckrone, Salem.
Superintendent ot Construction
Charles Fisher, Springfield.
Machinist Chas. Hatry, Springfield.
Wagon Master B. F. Putnam, Fulton
Jesse MahafUe, Cairo.
John H. Bullock, Carthage.
Jacob Rlppstein, Springtield.
James D. Stacy, Springtield.
Robert Walsh, Watseka.
James Boland, Joliet.
1 1 Frank Murray, Chicago.
F. S. 'bright, Murpnysboro.
G. II. Wilson, Chester.
Anderson Pyson, Murphysboro.
John Fouke, Greenville.
James Reed, Sparta.
I. N. Meltou. Decatur
Charles Miller, Chester.
II. P. Ives. Louisville.
Moses Martin, DuQuolu.
Robert Putnam, Fulton couuiy.
Horace C. Holiday, Carlinvlllo.
W. B. Hackett. Springtield.
S. II. Thompson, Chester.
A. K. Banders, Williamson county,
John G lesson, Ullin.
Tbeo. F. Klttlo, Mound City.
Jerry Graves, Jacksonville.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Anderson 'a Plena The Uoverniuent
and the t'Relfle Rallraaxl-Mall
Contractor C. . Criminal Canrl
HrQarrahan Again, iste., F.te.
Washington, D.C., March 21, 1878.
Anderson, ol New Orleans, was fortunate
iu having the best lawyers of Louisiana
to defend him, and they sejm to have
labored as xealously as if they had be.
Heved in the
INNOCKNCE OF THEIR CLIENT.
They have secured his release upon tech.
nlcai grounds. The state has five days
In which to demand a rehearing, but it Is
hardly likely that anything more wilt be
done. Anderson, at bis worst, wai only
a feeble Imitator of Wells, the head ot
tbe returning board, and tho conviction
of Wells is yet possible. There has been
the greatest robbery in all history, and
it would be gratifying to have some one
ot the thieves convicted and punished,
They are known. They have not repent
ed. 1 hey HUH have tbe stolea articles,
1 The senate is now engaged in a. diss
cussion ot terms ot settlement with
Messrs. Matthews, Chrlstlancy and
Thurmau have already spoken, and the
subject will probably call out all 'the
eminent lawyers of the senate.
Years ago money was appropriated to
lor services performed in tbe south in
tho years 1800 and 1861. One way and
another payment had been prevented,
aud early in this session a bill was Intro
duced iu tho house to secure an eariv
aettlement of the, claims. Ot course,
awr me ordinary departmental cxaoii
nation of I ho Individual claims, no pay.
mentp wouia nave been made to those
tound to have been paid by the Confeder
ate or other government. But the faot
that a tew ot these contractors had been
so put I was discovered Intho house, and
was made not only an excuse for defeats
ing the bill, but a ground of attack
upon the whole south. Nothing could
bo more unjust to a majority ot tbe
claimants; nothing more absurd and
wicked than to stir up sectional feeling.
No one believe? that one In ten of tbe
contractors has beeo paid.
tetterday in oar
VjriTU) STATU CtOUNAX COCBT.
the judge called attention for the first
time to tbe act lattdy approved msklnir
persons charged with, crime .competent
OUR MOTTO: "I The' Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
K iDG CIDCD JEIHJ XLMtSJs,
Dry Goods. Soots and Shoes, '
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, bams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull lino of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladiea' and MisBcs' Boots,
riiiu arntr u ..niimitf Kon ami KYojili.
Our Stotk embraces everything needed in
Goods, f lease give us a call, examine
witnesses in their own cases. The case
on at the time was one In which an It
telligent German was to be tried for
manslaughter. The killing was not
dented, the accused simply claiming that
it was the result ot an accident. Witnes
ses were examined, the accused testified
In bis own behalf, and the jury, without
leaving their seats,
He has been once tried and had been in
jail tor a year, on Indictment by a grand
jury. There was no day of that year on
which, If his own statement could have
been heard at his former trial, he would
not have been a tree man. The new
law, therefore, has an excellent start in
this district. Mr. Fry, of the bouse, was
the principal supporter of the bill. HI
remember rightly Judge Applcton, ot
Maine, was one of the earliest as also cer
tainly . one ot the ablest advocates in
the country, of this humane and sensible
All these years that McGarrahan has
been' at tbe doors ot the white house,
the departments, tbe courts, and cons
gross, he has been writing letters; His
opponent, the New India Mining com
pany, has purchased these letteis, 700 in
number, and Is using them before a con
gressional committee having tbe great
contest in charge. It is lair to say Oj
McGarrahan's letters that, though they
mention numberless attempts to
and federal officers by indirection, they
nowhere admit ot any question as to the
justice and strength ot the title by wblcb
he claimed tbe valuable mines in dispute.
Indeed, tbrougb all of them be seems to
feel himself a poor man whom a rich and
powerful enemy Is endeavoring to crush.
This may yet be a strong point in the
man's favor. Writing 700 letters to his
mo?t confidential friend, bis partner, who,
if anyone knew that tbelr claim was
fraudulent, would know It, it is hardly
possible that a scoundrel should not In
some way use expressions or state tacts
showing such fraud. Meantime similar
exposures of corruption on the part of
(ho New India company are promised by
McGarrahan. This scandal, if it touches
all spoken of now as likely to be reached.
will create more ot a sensation than Oakes
Ames and his Credit Mobeller did.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of tke St. Obarlea.
RATES: 12.00 PER DAY
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.
Offloeon whan boat, IVtot of Sixth stnwt.
Odlne of H-llliU Rmthara. inii.ouifn
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal tamp, fool ot Thirty-eifrnth street,
Pott Omce drawer ;I00
City V jtloaal B.uk Building, upaiaiia
The Oldest Ksublisked Agcaey n SNiiher
Illinois, uai tvt,rutniuiff over
185 000 000
Goods it the Lowest Price
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots aud Slices
Snnclal attention L'lven to Country trade
the City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
our goous aim urwro waure ju uuy.
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St Louis & Chicago
The only Bond Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
U 10 p.m. Fast Express, arriving in Bt.
Louis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m,
1:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
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Arrivingt n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis-
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Passengers by this train arrive at kbove
OF ANT OTflXB BOUT.
1-Jurn. m. Kant Mail with sleepers attach
ad. for BT. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
krrivinc in St. Louts kt 6:30 k.m. Chi-
caeo at 4.30 p.m. Connecting kt Odin
or Efflnshkm tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fasHenere toy this line go through to
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The SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
KROM CAIRO ARRIVES IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MORXIMG
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Advertisements of competing linos that
they make better time than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance er a
desire to mislead me punuc.
Kor through tickets and information
pply at Illinois Central li. R. Depot, Cairo
cidtm - 2:'D.m
fall .. 4:00 a.m
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Gen'l Southern Agt
J. U. Jonas. Ticket At.
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y Dyed or Be.
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C. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
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provements to he round in the hhjbest-
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machines for absolute strength, reliability
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ill, shirr, plait, fold, scollop, ro
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cloth or ioatner;witn One or coarse cotton,
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eslres to use it tor that purpose works so
fatlhtui and easy the servant or children
can use It without damage. Trice of ma
chine, fully equipped lor family work, with
light table, reduced to only i'iO. Hall Case,
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eech kt correspondingly low retes. fialo
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Explanatory pamphlets illustrated with en.
graving ot the several style of machines,
references, vktlety of sewing, etc., mailed
free. ContldentUI term with liberal in.
ducemaots to entei paisleg clergymen,
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White Lead White Zinc,
Faints-All Colors Eeadj fsr
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Ferf eot Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted sot 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 tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
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"Last week I bought a 10 cent pkckkco of War hlne and done mv wathing in one halt
the usual time at less than half the cost ol Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolens, and for once I was enabled to got a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles ti y it, and you will save labor, time and money. 1 1 u
perfectly safo to use it. MRS. A,
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BAECLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' SbE5ltK,no6
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
Coarso and Fine Combs,
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to A 1
The Best Extract of Buchu,
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods'
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
ttt a- Feather Dusters and Counter Brushe?
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
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Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Iniiioricd Hay Hum, Spleiulhl-C anuria Tui-
wop ingiiNii and American Soapn Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract in origi
nal Dottleaorlu Broken Quantl- .
tie aa wanted at low price.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
The Family Safeguard
Awardod 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. S. 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.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
and Hair Brushes
Blackine. Stove Blackinc
Sarsaoarilla and Blood Purifier
and all Atrue Moriinino
At Barclayu' Drug Stove.