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v, F. ScHicasRS, Editor and Publisher.
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Tae deeawiaey of the aeveral a unties
of the tU ot Illinois no reuuoted to
4 delegates to a tuu coovontion to tie
held t 8priiKQH, tllinoU, THirKSPAY,
the llTH DAY OF APRIL, 1876 , at 12
'clock M for tb purpose of nomination
m eandidate for the office ot mate tra
nrr, and one candidate lor tho olllce of
UM superintendent of publiu itstruction
aad U traaiact such other business at may
eosse before it. The several counties are
atlUed tt tl following repreMntslion,
baaed npD the vole tor government u
Vote for tfw- No.
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' CTRL' H. McCOKMICK.
Th naainftte datioaooj recoDH-ad to
im av-.re; of tit ortlktra jfTia Kiii-
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tuj b&t twti.'L, U,f tt pur
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jlC !hr nut'.t"t pt-t tt. .w ' Ml. KmM Rrgltur: "The Cairo
4iur twvUr fimi'i-x. vir. sm? fcj.iit:ijr j, litliuz on John .;ilar
jttc nr!.n is tnwvla- ?Sii?U;, 1 tt-t-i ff cr of th appellate court.
1U? 'Ar3t. 1 t v! fvntiia-'Dxt ,; -f t oor tovil before the
sbaf 4rV 4iwt mt aUv. y,, nii.inn is eouiplcte.
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tym&cnXi Cftcsty Convention.
?pr'A AxxMirt VMhtf, will be held
Si tV eMfff tM, ift t)u city, on Mt'ur
Mtk SWt, ri a i o'ehx k p.m.,
ferttV frr eVflng three dWe
ftM to v fOTerjti'n U be held
at MTifljrfVH iu KpW 1Kb, w it; and
lifts StJrg t tint liitt rW cjtivention
(4 iVtwM at Oetrlla on JUy lOili, next
jB'i. VT- Htuv, C1iirnnin.
won CttTM SL'rRKXf COIDT, I. 0 D
t ..raaulhHrtdloUln'wO' R. A li. wit,.
aSKS itf taha UMDiy, ai a u4date
.'iimt IM MopntD tvurt. H0'hcra Uraod
uYrlai'-ff. tlUah.aaMti the daijtion ol ll.c
fi:l!ntU ainaainatiBg (nniinitlM, M I Mii
. ZZZSnh M-r icut, t i 7s
os etitsit or tntt ai i tLMTit coirt-
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w. iM uihnriawi to aniwunce HAH DIN
iiaait mt Cmriti. Cliatoa eniiuty, cialiiUi
fthull Mil Uc4 to h ! i'ton ol the l. ibiki aiic
tewlktw wilvd " 0,Mi ' -iu" '' '""J.
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Wm trt auihorlied to eannaaee W. C. L
nrnlua, l 4nnm t-uumy, m a candhi
r! - Jullirt tTlh drcll.i of tfau Ifcliw.
kauifj COPTP"u" -. - Via V '
TTT-J 'i.. a.lUl In inrt.t i.t I at trills
Tnis Arkansas Deroocratlo State corn.
vention has been called to meet t Little
Rock on July 4th.
Tub Khodo Inland Republican Statu
convention, hoi J on Thursday, nominal
etl all the pret cot state officer tor re
election. Tint Unlit tit the Republican imrty Is
growing npaec. Leading Radical sena
tors continue to worry fcceretary Schurz
who pursues the satra tenor prills way
aa ..well aa lie can under k tli circum.
stance!, r !?".-
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Thk newi from' Europe la tame and
unlnterestinjr. The prospect for a tilt
between Russia and Knslnnd is not so
eucourftKinjr. 1 no buropeaa CDnjrress
will a!tuble ou April 2iii, it it Hswtn
blex ut nil.
Tue riiiladelpliia North Aiwi&ui Mye
"It is harlly worth whlla to kwp re
peating that the dJllar of our daddies in
worth 92 cuiU. It is a reeo;nized law of
trade that a thing is worth what It will
brin;, and to-dav a silver dollar will buy
a gold dollar. Just how the silver dol
hr In vprth 101 cents in lejral tender." '
Siai'htu proye mat twenty-live per
cent, or tbe deaths In 'our. larjpr cities
arc cutised by co':suinption, and when
wc rolled tlr.it this terrible disease in Its
earlier stajje will readily yield to a bottle
of Dr. Dull 'a Cough Syrup (eostlnjr 25
ceutt), shall wo condemn the sufferers
lor tlivir negligence, or pity them tor
their ignorance? J
Tuk Shawneetowu Record, a former
Independent Greenbuck paper, in its
lust isaie announces a new departure, as
follows: r .
This week we announce to the readers
of (lie Rtcord that henceforward we pro
pose to stand by tho Democratic party,
believing it to be the party ot progress
and reform, and that hereafter we will
devote our tiiuo and attention to the in
terests of that party and its nominee,
unless It should materially depart irom
Its present course. We feel flunk to say
that our former prelcrenee has been for
the Independent party, but recent oes
curerncea seems to show that party has
no chance for success in this state, and
we believe that the Democratic party is
now the only party ot progress and li
beral Ideas, and hence our lot Is here
herenftei east with that party,
A Svki.ngfiklo correspoudeut of the
St. Louis IUpiMienn explains how the
Democrats .are to be duleated in this state
this tall : , ';
Tliu Deniocralie statu central commit
tee tms called the convention to noiuU
nate candidates tor stale treasurer and
aiiptriniendciit ot public instruction, to
meet at (hi city on April lltii, and at
Hie same date tho candidates for clerks
ot the supreme court, central grand
division, and lor clerks of the appellate
court tor the Third district will
be nominated. The "National" party
ol Toledo has also culled its state con
vention to meet here, but has fixed the
date tor March. The purpose evidently
is to make nn extreme soit money plat
form and to nominate candidates there
upon tor the purpose ot Insuring the suc
cess of the Republicans. This game is
to be played ''both ends against the
middle,'' and the expectation Is that if
the Democracy swallows the nlatforrn and
uiandidutes, enough di.ifi l)iiioornt,s
will stay away irom me i""is w insuro
HlO BUOWM Ol the Republicans, while
II the Democrats refue to take
the plnttonu und candidates then
the Nationals calculate to secure enough
ol the damphool' Democrats in support
rt their ticket to tfive the state to the
Republicans. In this state the sole pur
pore ot the National party is to divide
and deleat the Democracy. Its leaders
are Republicans, but it is expected that
it voters will rome Irom the Democracy.
I Tins we believe to tc a plain statement
ol facts, which events will prove. It is
to be l.oped, however, that the trade
tn Nationals and Democrat Is
; :'ugh to 1 wn hy all, and tbat
Iiwsrfy.-psw will no: fall Into the trap set
J -An H. Otnulr "i-t of the
f-T, If, .iBf.Mtrtrir.v fh Slata rn.
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Vv li-jv.r: Col. teorue
I " - i'.K'Sj, of riro. U being warmly
j tr.'vj ly tti:w frt.tu ail parts ot the
j liJi d.:r;' to become a candidate lur
j Ma R-p!it ::oiti nomination for con-
line IJeklonJ Jnuiixal: 'Jlon.
AV.xati'1'r ttunui, of Hpringheld. is a
cawli'la'e f' the iJMuucratiu nomination
l'f ute insurer. Jlr. tarnc has been
irwuurrt one ti rm and lepresented the
priD'fi'.id district lour years in the
te eriaU;, where he was a leading and
iiitiiKi.tliil uifinU-r. In both positions
- & rarded at a model officer."
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
War hi. so i ox, D. C March ti, 1878.
It is hardly worth while to quarrel, as
aOKietletiuierstlcpiipers are doing, with
the court whieii bus rekaced Andcrsoti at
New Orleans. He miuht to have been
piini.-liwl und nothing but a technicality
seems to have Kavcd Imn. lie intended
to (imnlt a lorgery and to i H- ct by it s
tliatigo nf the vote ol Louisiana. The
court d U'li'. that tho forged p;iper could
not, under the laws of IxniiMnna, have
the effect Ar dersou Inti ndtd. The st.it
hat five da s in wblcti to demand a re
hiarlng. but probably this is the end ot
therue. Anderson will km p his place
In the custom houi-e anil not have to sub
mit to the inconvenience ol being li t out
of Jail every day, as lieretoloro, In going
to his oltlcial duties.
ISiieaking of Louisiana Hllalrs 1 nriy
uu iilion a rumor that Packard ol that
stale U to U given an olllce lu this il s
trk-C . The ploco is worth ten or twilyo
thoiis'incl ilollais per yiar. It belongs,
el' course, to one ol our titUous, and has
ilnuyi text) so held, but under the martj J
velloui'systern of civil serTloe. xeform
adopted by tills administration, a man
from abroad is to be thrust Into it '. j
Sicretary Sburman M bcloro the
senata finance committee yesterday, In
opposition to a repeal ofjue reumptioo
act. In tho course of conversation ho
said that the f fleet of tho silver law, so
tar. had been good, and that It would
materially wslst In bringing ttbout re
sumption of specie payments, lie thought
resumption possible by October next.
It la now said that Commissioner
General McUonnlcW gave passage to so
many persons on the "Constitution"
which was to carry goods for the Paris
exposition, that when she sailed the
other day she was able to carry but little
freight. McCormick can lie relied on to
distribute lavors where they will do the
most good to McCormick.
The ease ot tho Leo heirs against the
government agents in possession of the
Arlington estate, involving title to that
valuable property, will bo tried in July.
Yesterday the committee on reform in
the civil service reported to the house
that the position ot doorkeeper ought to
bo declared vacant. This Is a condemna
tion ot Colonel Polk. A minority re
port was made, which states that nothing:
bad been proven against the colonel ex
cept that he employed more assistants
than the law allowed him. This seems
to be the fact, and If no representative
vntes against lura who helped to drive
him into (his employment of unaiitnor
ized persons, ho will be sustained by a
The current discussion In the senate on
the iubect ot cutting timber on go
vernment lands has drawn from several
senators an earnest denunciation ol the
discreditable spy system which U erai
ployed by all the departments. Every
head of a department should be compel
led to employ the usual, recognized and
legal means of carrying on the public
business and punishing vlolaters of the
law. But during and since the war a
herd of blackmailers has been abroad in
the country, protected and paid by go
vernment. They are a terror to honora
ble businessmen, and in other days
would not have been toleruted. Tho de
bate in the senate will Jo good it it helps
to abate the nuisance. Dem
The New Orleans Market.
(X. O. Times .)
Western shippers nor infrequently
compiuui ol liiu eliiggi.-li inuveiiii lit ol
this market, forgetting Unit In nine limes
out oi ten this is tnu result ot the
manipulations In the markets of the
west. In a general way New Orleans
oniydesirc8 regularity and stability in
prices. There is no room for speculation
here, tor our trade is to consumers, and
tho west cannot expect the south to op
erate treely In articles that are constantly
bobbing up and down. T here is not a
doubt bur, western irregularity has mas
tenatiy curtailed southern consumption,
A Free Fight
The State Register has urged, aud pro
noses to uree, so long as It shall be uecs
essary, time the Democracy shall, In the
elections this spring and this tall, Irom
the town clerk to the state treasurer,
make a straightforward, open and tree
tight tor Democratic candidates and
Democratic principles. There is no
lYueon tor any other course, and there
arc. many jcusods for the square contest
with our old political euemy. One of
the best ol ihcso reasons is that
such a contest is right and honest,
and another leuson Is, it Is sure to
win, and still another reason
ls.the Democracy can't carry the state in
any other way. The memory of the
campaign ot 1870, in which the Democ
racy gavo away tho state, is an incentive
to all Democrats to avoid anv such blun
der this spring or tins fall, and we note
that the campaign ot 1870 is continually
referred to by our Democrat ic exchanges
as a full and complete answer to all argu
ment in favor ot any deviation from the
direct course ot action. All over the
state the Democrats are earnest and snx.
ious tor an aggressive campaign, and a
tree tight for Democracy against the Re-
piioueans ana the national "thimble rig'
Ir you want your baby to look bright
do not put it to sleep with laudanum
when restless, but use Dr. Bull's Uaby
Syrup. 35 cents a bottle.
City V'allooJ lUnk Building, ui.iair.
'Jli Ullil feaUbiltiliei ARrnry n Soutlier
Illinois, and rfprneniing o7cr
165 OOP 000
CA1B0 ft ST. LOUIS R. R
8HQRTE8T SHORT LINE
TilK truine hy Uila r iad onniiwt l . ,0U1
anil J,aM Bt. Ixjuln.with all oUwr hues to
the ftorth, KmI anal Wnt,
TIME SCHJaDULZ i
Ittmiigh Exbnua I.avfi Calm g a m
". , ArrtvM K. 8t Louie S:a p.m
M uruhjaboto Aouiuiiuodatioa Leave
Through fcaprea Unwi E. Ct. L uia S : a,m
, Y' ArrlTfa at Culm 5;4 p.m
Murphysboro AocommodaUoa Lcavea
Murphytboro . M.., J;lo a.m
r.MEMBER The Cairo anil t. IxiiUa
U.K. la the UNLY ALL RAIL KOt'TE lie
twetn Cairo and St. Loula uwlnr one man-
Rcment ; therefore ibere are so delays at way
BiKlioiu awaillnc cooaecllona Irom other lima.
Paenrera Coine North, Northeast aud West
should not Ira
y tne r llrkfU
licketa unUl tbey luye ex-
amincil our inlet and roulee
C HUK1.L. u. T. WniTLOCK
Freight Art. Pawenger Agent.
L M. JOHNSON. Uen'l MiTnaver,
W. R. SMITH, JR., M. D
- Office) sndEceidonce:
No. 21, Thirtecnth-st., - - CAIRO, ILL
OUR MOTTO: - The Best
' Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
Cw xic cn je nens e$9
. Dry Goods, Boots 'and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter, '
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
A lull line ol Carpets. Mattings, Floor Oil
' , Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
Hm.I Vow anil Vnmh.
Our Stot k embraceseverything needed In
uoods. riease givs us a call, examine
Officb of Vick-Pfisidixt & GSM-)
RaL Manaokr Chicago, St. V I
Nsw ORUAK3, FeD'y 22, 18" i. 1
To Contractors :
Sealed proposals are invited until 10th
March for the gradiag ot the (3) miles of
railroad extending from Filmore, Ken
tucky, up the east bank of tbe Ohio river
to a point opposite Cairo, Illinois. Tbis
work extends for two (2) miles through
cleared lands, and one mile through timber
already cleared for a width ot (100) one
bundred feet. Tbe embankment will av
erage about (ft) nine feet in height, tbe ma
terial for which will be obtained entirely
from the east side, and can be handled sue
eetsfuliy with wagons, carts, scrapers or
barrows. Tbree thousand feet of this em
bankment, of an an average height ot P)
seven feet, will be graded for at least (3)
tbree tracks, and will have a top width of
(40) forty feet, tbe whole ot which Is
through cleared land. This is a desirable
piece of work and well worthy the atten
tion of and examination by contractors.
Tbe work will be commenced the lint
(1st) of April, next, and must be completed
by tbe 1st of July following. Monthly es
timates, payable in cash, will be made as
the work progresses, and the usual twenty
per cent, retained to insure completion of
contract. A profile of tbe line, and speci
fications for the work may be seen, and de
sired information obtained at the office of
He company's agent, Jno. B. McKay, Fil
more. Kentucky. -
Bids should be addressed to J. (. Mann,
Division Superintendent. Jackson, Ten
Tho bids will be opened and contracts
awarded on 12th March, at. Jackson, Term.
The company reserves the tight to re
ject anv or all bids.
JAS. C. CLAKKK,
(A true copy.) Yice-Presldeut.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of the St. Charles.
RATES: I2.0O PER DAT
Orders for Coal by tho car-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.
Office on whart ooat, toot of Sixth street,
Office of Halliday Brothers, opiwsite St.
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth atrert.
Coal Damp, foot of Thirty-eighth street, or
VoalOmoe drawer MO
VAXIILA. IZHOS, ETC
hr Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes L Pastry1
Witt, great cars, by a new process, t
ixtract irom tho trv, select Fruitt and
Aromatlcs, each characteristic flavor and
produce Flaioringt of rare excellence,
Of preat trtngth and perfect purity,
ao fiontonoui oils. Every fiator at rep
mented. No deceit-each bottle futi
mtamre, holding one-half mere than
ei hen purporting to hold tame quantity,
ont' viU wa
tnwf aehcate .deliciout flavore ever made,
, f,upcr I lue cueP extracts. Ask
STEELE k PEICE .
DepoU, CHICAGO sod ST. LOCI8
Manvfacturtrtof Dr. Priee't Cream
V irn rv to A emta. Oooflt Staple. M.OOf
I!'u!i.r. ir..i i.Wnrili ii.ht.Lviiin.Sia
A YEAR. Atrcn'twaatM. luik
IdartuJ wuMtsaca sala,tl
Goods at tliD Lowest Price
s v c i r f
Dress Goods, Silks.
Cloths, Curtaiu Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and bhocs
SoeClftl BtleiiUoo Klron to Country trade.
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our gooim mm un w'"" j"
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Hoad Sunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Cireci ConaBcUon withSasiernLiaes
Trains Leave Cairo
12 10 p.m. Fast fttpross, arriving In SI
Louis 8:60 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
1.20 P.m, CINCINNATI St LOUI8
VXLLB FAST LIKE
Arrivingl n Cincinnati 8:80, a.m.; Louis
ville, 8:'ia,a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:14 a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
0F ANT OTflEE DOUTK.
Ifl0"p. m. rast Mail with sleepers attach-
ed, lor BT. liUuia ana inmnuu,
in 1 jiiiU at 11:30 a.m. Chi
cago at iM p.m. Connocting at Odin
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fassemrers by this line go through to
the fcasc wiwoui aajr uciar oauacu uj
The SATURDAY aVtEIISOON TRAUJ
KKOM CAIKO ARKIVK8 IN NEW
VOBK MONDAY MOBNLNO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Advertisements of competing lines that
tbey make better time than this one, are
are Issued either through Ignorance r a
. jMriia tu uiimuau u lllillli'.
tor through tickets and information,
pply at Illinois Central H. R. Depot, Cairo.
nun IRNIVI AT fAian
,.. ....m. .........2iO0 p.m
.. 4:00 a.m,
Oen'l Southern Ayt
,1. U. .four.. Ticket Agt.
Lib' ad desis1,
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or He
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
o. ;0, Eiffhth Ntreet.
FAZiZi I2T PRICES.
SECURE AN AGENCY AND
f j'J OR f 100 l'Ett WEEK
'The Ever Ready and Never Out of Order"
l OK DOMI8TIC l'S.
W1TU TABLE AND FIXTURES COM.
FLUTE KEDUt'EO TO
A perfect and unequaled, lurffe, strong
and durable machine, constructed elegant
and sold id, from the best material with
mathematical precision, lor constant fami
ly use or manufacturing purposes, ai
ways ready at a moment's notice to do its
day ' work, never out oi order and will last
a generation with moderate care; easy to
underauna ana manage; uicni, smooths and
nHftMuun, wie i ue wuii-reguiainu move'
ment of a line watch: siuulo. comrjact. efll
cient and reliable, with ail the valuable Im
provements to be round in tbe highest
priced machines, warranted to do the same
work the same way, aod as rapidly and
smoothly as a 75 machine. An acknowl
edged triumph or Ingenious mechanical
skill, essentially the working woman's
friend, and far in advance or all ordinary
machines (or absolute strength, reliability
and general usefulness; will hem, tuck, fell,
seam.quiii. ninu. oraia, com, gainer, rui
ll. sbirr. plait, fold, scollop, roil, embroid
er, run up breadths, etc., with woii'lerlul
rapidity, neatness and case: tows the
strongest lasting stitch equally Hue and
smotbe through all kinds ot goods from
camhrlo to tcveral thicknesses of I loa:.
cloth or leather'witli line or coarse cotton,
linen, silk or twine. Oivespsrfect satisfac
tion. Will earn Its ooat ut vend times over
in a season in tbo work it does, or make a
3ood living for any man or woman wbe
eslres to use it lor tbat purpose works so
faithful and easy tbe servant or children
can use it without damage. Price of ma
chine, fully equipped tor family work, with
light table, reduced to only t20. Halt Case,
Cover, Side Drawers and Cabinet Styles
each at correspondingly low rates. Halo
delivery guaranteed free from damage.
Explanatory pamphlets illustrated with en
graving ot the several styles of machinoi,
references, variety of sewing, etc, mailed
free. CoBfidinU.il terms with liberal in
ducements to enterpalalog clergymen,
teaobors, buatiiSM men, traveling or loeal
agent, etc, who dn.lre exclusive agenoles,
faraiihed on application. Address John II
Kendall It Co., 421 Broadway, N. Y,
S 16 ly
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levoc,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stroo t
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-ill Color.--Edj fcr
Signal Oil, Weatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
The Elfria Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Hade of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tho 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, andDeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASELTNE
"Lat wenk I bought a 10 cent package of Wartime and done my washing in one halt
tbe usual time at lei.s than half the cost ot Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to rub them, and It did not hriok my woolons, and for onre I was enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. r?o ladles tiy it, and you will save labor, time and mnucy. It i
perfectly safe to use it. ilKS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S-
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' SSS?
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 Al
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 Jlny Itum, Nplentlld Canada Tar
Neap Esagllftli and America! Noap Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Bottle or In Broken Quantl
. ties an wanted at loir price.
a a - a -vm
Window Glass, Putty
v Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanners Fish Oil
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended 4iy the
U. 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
p ads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
At Barclayo' Drug Sioro.