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TlKttttMfarKy oTtbt several counties
f the elate ol Illinois are requested to
Mid dale-aui to a state convention to l
kM at tpHngioM, IlllnoU, THURSDAY,
tBB UTp PAT Or'AriIL,U78. et 11
'eleek tor the put-poet of aomloaiiug
eandldate for the offlce ol tUte treas
urer, and ae caadldate lor the offic or
Mete euperlateadent of public Instruction
4 U treaeaet auoh other kutlneu may
tOBta baton it. The several countiei are
BtlUod u the following representation,
baea4 Bpoa the vote (or government In
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CYSX'S H MCt'OHMICK,
Tue committee unanimously reenmend to
the democracy of the northern grand divi
sion and ieoond appellate district, tint
t they bold their convention, for the pur-
rose of nominating clerks of tbe surpreme
r ana) appellate courts, for said division and
i dUtrlet, at Jollet, on Thursday, April 18,
J 178: fir.
4 And far the central grind divixlon and
t Bird hppilaU clttrlct, thai li t delrysta
J tppolntad from aatd division aud dislrlut,
' ta the etate convention, to meet In conven
1 tion at Sprlngltld, on tbe day said state
convention is held, at 10 a. m., for the pur-
bom ot aYomlnatlBg clerks ot the aurpreine
and appettaU court for laid division aod
diatrict; I i ; i
And for lb aoutharu grand division and
t fourth appallat diaUtct, that they bold
i ttelr coBvaatioB at Ontralia, Thursday,
Mar la, 'r tba Purpose ol nomine-
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Ugg derkS Ot ua aurpreine anu appeiiau;
seoraa. tor aakl dlvlaion and dlatrlot;
The ratio af repreaantatton in said con-
TaattBavi to be the same u In tbe state con
VaBttBB. . V
TM. SHlKliY, Secretary .
C H. HeCormlok, C. D. Hollas.
jCMann, W. K. Murphy,
A. P. Uoodard, B. F. Burgen,
, , - BI8TK1CT8.
1. B. E. Oodall, U. J. M. Bush,
a Thai K-Courtney, 12. II. P bhumay,
I. Taacaa Shirley. 18. J. A. Maliorv,
4 fitoaird Biahop, 14. John W. Smith,
a, K.H. Marah, 1ft. W. Cochrane,
a. J. 8. Drake, 16. L. B. I'anona,
iT.W. A. Steal. 17. H. C. Oerka,
. W. T. Davtdenau 19. S. Z. Laadea,
,0. Qeorga Kdmunda.
Democratic County " Convention.
i A ntaBB convention of the Democratic
TOter ol Alexander county, will be held
tte ooort tMOte, in this city, on Batuts
itay, March 30th, next, at 3 o'clock p.m.,
tor Uvp purpoee et electing three dele
r - - A la. -4lktk AAnBAnHkfl l k tt
': 'itfiDrinioeldon April 11th, next; and
three tlelagatea to me aiatnci convenuon
to be held tt Ontralla on May iota, next.
TaV)fc W. flaX-us y, Chairman.
nmw cocit, i, o. t.
--fcfiadtoaBBeunoeR. A. 1. W1L
" . n aaUajrw 42ounty, a a oaaOdatc
af ka aupraaaa Court, Southern Grand
aBBjaaa, av wv.iv. v
am ttl AfPSIXATB COUBT
poUBTAT DUTICT, IIXIMU1B.
'- - " -- e.anaonae I1ARDIN
" 1 atJTaWlatoai ot the IMnorraUo
,,faUf4 M meat at Ualnlia, Maf lutft,
-JrTT . . . , ''.
'a aL au'l's'ad 10 aBBOaaaa W. C La-tafi-
Mm tOwUT, aa a eaa4laata
raiA,.iaa Caar), fourth 4Wtne
, . . . a-
Mr. Jacob 0. Chakck, ol Salem, has
entered tbe field n a candidate tor olrrk
of the nuprrnie court, soutliiTii gruud di
TltOt kANDoOl I llC I'lOSt lil'Olllillt'llt 1111(1
intelliiteiit pernona throughout the land
bave tmlillod to tlui truu narita of Dr,
Bull'i l'ourn Syrup, Wb ailvUe aitflcr-
er to u it. Price 'J5 wuts.
Ik Willi, 'i'lioiuA, IV.lridi and tliu
dozen or two other HxpirauU for tin: Had
leal nomination for congress iu tfcU dis
trict don't bes'-ir, tbumnelve. Col. Mo
Kuitff ol lhl city will walk off with the
prize, and that too without much ditlU
Tiik tlato convention ol tbu National
party in Illinois will to bold at Spring
lidd on the '28th hist., but it is not likely
that tbe attendaueo will bo very larjre.
Perhaps not to exceed ball a dozen
counties iu tbe state buvcappointed del
egates to tbe convention.
Thk fueling between Russia and Eny.
land ia becorulusr intense and the pros
pect for b peaceable settlement ot the
questions at issue between tiie two na
tions is not flattering. Latest dispatches
say that llussia has sent a tonuul request
for tbo withdrawal of tbe British fleet
from the sea ol Marmora. It b not to
be expected that this denmnd will be
complied with, and it will only tend to
increase the complications or perhaps re
salt In war. The opinion prevails that
neither nation will retire from the posl
tion taken relative to the submission ol
the treaty to the congress. Bismarck, it
Is believed, will try to bring about a
compromise, but it is doubtful if be will
succeed. The holding ot the congress
U now considered improbable.
Tub trustees ot the new Illinois east
em asylum tor the Insane, authorized by
the legislature at its lust session, met at
Ksnkakee on the 19th to examine bids for
the erection of a main building, water
works, gas works, etc. Sixty-one bids
in all were presenUd, but only fourteen
of them wcro for the cntiro job, and
these ranged Irom about $150,000 to
$230,000. W. F. Busliuell's bid was
$151,000 it brick are iicd, and $1,000 less
without tower, $130,000 if stone is used,
and $2,000 less without tower. Decker
& Hlllard's bid was $10S,91C, using
stone, and about. 50,000 less without
tower. The Juliet penitentiary bids av
erage about $1,000 higher than Decker &
Hlllard's. The decision of the trustees
will probably be made within a short
time. Governor Ciillom was present at
the opening of the bids.
'.' hi; Chicago Tribunt referring to the
infamous "stay law" just passed by tbe '
Massachusetts legislature, says: "The
signing ot the stay bill yesterday by the
governor of Massachusetts was just in
the nick of time to prevent a disclosure
of the rottenness ol the Brighton savings
bauk, which, taking prompt advantage
ot the uew law, rciused to pay out sums
upon which the sixty days' notices had
I'vnbwl. The leguiuriov. i -
in between mu bank managers and
the depositors and assumed to
change the contract requiring the
payment ot depositors iiiier therequisito
intice, the savings bunk commisiiioners
now announce to the Brighton depo-U
tors that they can only get 10 per cent,
ol their money during the next six
mouths, and 10 per cent more between
September. 1S7S, and Murch, 1879, and
not a cent more unless the commission
ers so direct. T his is the practical opera
tion olthe sty law which Is the product
of the Inferior article ol integrity and in.
telligcnee abounding In Massachusetts.
It willjliclp the banks mightily to recover
or collupe at their leisure, and It will
prevents panics by convincing depositors
ol the lolly of getting excited tibout
money which the Icgislatuie has decided
is no longer their own."
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS
State Engineer Ilardie, of Louisiana,
reports the erevaasea below New Orleans
Navigation ol the lied river of the
north has commenced six weeks earlier
Bixliop Talbot, ol Indianapolis (lipis
copal), wis stricken with apoplexy,
Wednesday morning, and was unconi
scious several hours.
There Is great excitment at Me.
Keesport, near Pittsburg, over an oil
strike, which promises to open up a new
and extensive oleaginous territory,
A Richmond dispatch says a man
named Mcl'adden, one named Moody
and a colored man, were drowned in aN
tempting to crous the James river, near
Patterson's landing. ,
The 'Jouiieciicut Mutual life iusur
anee company has elected Colouel Jacob
L. Green president, aud John M. Taylor
secretary, both promotions vice James
Goodwin, the late president, who died a
few days since.
John Phelan, the contractor of gov
ernment work on the Lachiue canal,
whose disappearance wo noted yester
day, leaves $30,000 duo merchants aud
bill discounters, besides six weeks' wages
to 250 worklngmen.
Mr. Chatard, president ot tho Amerl
can college In Pome, has been appointed
bishop ol Vineennei-; and Hev. Joseph
J. Keane, :i Bistant pastor oi the St. Pat
rick's church, Washington, to bo hlrhi.p
A lamlly nunied Murray, ut Provi
dence, It. L, had yesterday lour children
lying dead from diphtheria, and three
others not expected to live through the
day. The father wa almost Insane and
threatened to shoot tho undertaker; und
a polictaiHii had lo bo Uwi In thu
boui. , . , -. -
I'he aUoctloualo Ujuk of the lv.
Geo. B. Vosburg. itastor ol tiio Wnduon
Avxnuo BapUal, vburub, at Ikrgcu
I Wilitt. N. J., who was rcce utlj charged
by bis brotherlnslaw with attempting to
poison hU wile, havu raised $3,000 by
subscription to delray tbo expenses oi
, Cardiuial MeUoekey, who has been,
ecclesiastically speaking, bareheaded ever
since he was made a prince ol the church,
is going to get bis hat. Pope Leo XIII
will Improve the opportunity of his pros
euee in Rome at the consistory, on the
23th, to bestow In person the one uiis
lug article In a full cardinal' outtit.
A proposition has been made by
Mrs. Gaines to compromise with tie city
ol New Orleans, lor IJ.SJO.OTO, payable
In ten years In annual Installments. Ow
ing to the improvelshcd condition ol that
city she is receiving no income lrom the
enormous property her legal rights to
which have been established. '
i Spttui to the St. Louia Beimblirja.l
Washington, March; 20. A letter
reached the secretary ot war tosday from
the Inspecting engineer at tho jetties,
dated tho tenth ot tbe month, in which It
is stated that during tho forty days pres
ceding tho tenth the channel of twenty
four teet and ot the full width ot two
hundred and sixty leet had moved down
three thousand leet, which brings it to
within tlfteen hundred feet of the deep
water. Tbo depth ot twenty-lour leet
was secured to within two thousand feet
of tho deep water, of a sulllciciit width
to pass steamers drawing that amount of
water. A letter was also received
here to-day Irom Schmidt, the assistant
engineer of tho Jetties, , .dated tbe
twcllth, sLutlng that but lit teen thousand
cubic yards would have to be secured
before reaching tho required deptb ol
tweutyiour leet, two hundred and fifty
leet wide, to obtaiu tbe next payment.
These statements give an emphatic de
nial to the rumors which tor a few days
have been actively circulated among
members of congress that tho pass was
lllling md. Parlies who are untrlendly
to Captain F.ads bave been writing to
Ellis and other members of the house
very damaging stories regarding the
jetties, and these letters have been used
to Injure the plau of improving the river
by a commission.
uooiln-r iiil. Iu Ornnuix.t n .Iissis
ipi itlver iuiuiuiiuii,
(Wubliimion Special St. Louis Keimbliua, '3.)
Mr. CUulQicrs ot Mississippi yesterday
Introduced a bill to organize a Missis
sippi river commission. His bill is the
snuie as Senator Cockrcll'a witii tbe ex
ception that he Mtipulates that four of the
live members ot the commission shall be
irom the army engineers, also adding to
the bill tliu following clause; "And tbe
sum ot $5,000,000 tor closiug the crevas
ses aud gaps ou the levees aud for an exs
pcrimeui in the application ol the Jetty
system to the purposes herein provided,
said experiment to be made
immediately below the eut-ofl,
near I'cliu place or Council bend.
Arkansas." The agitation ol tho general
qucstlou is increasing daiiy. Memorials
aud petitions from the boards of trade
indorsing the Cockrell bill are coming in.
Chalmers was moved to otter bis bill be
cause ol such action by tbo Vlcksburg
cWtfc 'toff"hgoYts -fticreased'oii Ca'pt.
Euds through the commission plan. Tbe
St. Paul convention delegation suy that
this proposed plan ot a systematic im
provement of the river below St. Louis
lias cut til all their prospects lor tbe
lower river, and that now it is working
uganisi tnein aoove si. uouis.
Ex-Mayor Brown ol tho delegation
leaves tor St. Louis to-night to lay belore
the merchants' exchange and the steams
boatmen the needs ot the hour trom the
stand-point ot his delegation. Judging
Irom the indications the people above
St. Louis want the provisions ol the
Cockrell bill extended to tho tip
per river, and it Is this sentiment which
Is really hindering the St. Paul delega
tion. Senator Cockrell was particularly
careful to avoid conflicting with them iu
their plans fcr the upper river, but now
the cities above St. Louis want the bill
extended to them. Senator Windom ot
Minnesota informed Senator Cockrell to
day that the St. Paul board ol trade had
taken such action, and that be ( Windom)
would move an amendment to the bill in
accordance with this idea.
There are two members ot tho house
committee on levees, Young aud Money
ol Tennessee and Mississippi respectively,
who are dead set against the Cockrell's
lull, but the majority will no doubt
airree to it, providing, however, that
three ol tho engineers are Irom tho army
rorps. The idea ol Incorporating iu the
bill an appropriation lieyond what is
necessary to carry on the survey by tbe
commission will also be dropped by the
LaiKiK sales indicate tbe merits ot all
good articles. Druggists sell more of
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup thn of all other
remedies for the euro of baby disorders.
25 cents a bottle.
The Love Romance Connected
Washington correspondence ot the
New York Timer. The visit ot Judgo
Leonard to Havana was purely personal
and private, and was ot a peculiarly In
teresting, delicate aud rumautio characN
er. Some timo ago, at the cltv of New
Orleans, be met a young lady, a native
oi Cuba, who ans visiting this country
with her parents, and between whom and
Judge Leonard a warm attachment
sprang up, which ripened into love.
marriage engagement was the result, but
the parents of the young lady, in conse
quence of her youth, opposed tbe match,
and Judge Leonard was not permitted to
sco the onjuct ol his affections except
In the prcsttiuo ot her
rents. When the lime arrived lor
departure of the Cuban and his family
Iroin New Orleaos.the young ladymanU
tested tomo reluctance to return home,
but mi arrangement wag tinallv made
winch sho and Judge Leonard were
be permitted to bold free and unrvsUlcN
ed correspondence through the mails.
Alter her departure Judgo Leonard
wroto her several letters, to which no
answers were received, which naturally
annoyed blra very much, and gave rise
to the suspicion that his letters bad been
intercepted and tho young lady prevent
ed from communicating with liltu.
Alter a long Interval be received
brkl .letter .from tha - lat
which ajbii'ly ttalvd thai tbt bad
OUR MOTTO: " The Best
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Avo.
Br.Dn.CID CD JEUCTlIii fS,
. 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,
PlannolS. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull Hue ! Carpets, Mattiugs, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
This stoekls entirely Now and Frosh.
r Stot k embraces everything needed in
Please give us a call, examine
not heard from him since ber return
to Cuba, and that sho could uot bear
from lilui." Ths briei letter bore cvls'
dense of having been hurriedly written,
aud its broken tnd soiled condition led
Judgo Leonard to suspect that it had
been carried soao distance by a negro
to .be secretly mailed. Alter writing
other letters and waiting auxiously tor
replies he became : convinced that
the parents ol tbu lady,
were uot acting In good faith,
and he dcterui tied to visit Cuba, A
week or two before bis departure be
called on the president and, informing
him ot his trouble, requested tbo presi
dent to write a personal letter to the
consul-general requesting him to ascer
tain, if possible, the situation and where
abouts of the lady. The president did so,
and in due Judge Leonard received a cable
dispBtch trora Havana which Informed
him that "Maria bad been sent to a plan
tation in the country." This dispatch
v. as not signed by the consul-general,
but bore tbe name of a party unknown
to' Judge Leonard. This added to bis
perplexity, and he determined to set out
at once for Cuba. He called on Senor
Mantilla, the Spanish. Minister at Wash
ington, and making known to him his
trotiblo obtained trom that official
a letter to tho captainsgencral of
Cuba, recommending him to do what
ever .waspropcr to aid Judge Leonard In
bis dedicate mission. Tbe sympathies
of Mme. Mantilla were also enlisted In
bcbalt ot Judge Leonard, and that lady
wrote such a letter ns a ladv would writo
in such a case, urging the captain-general
to do everything possible to unite the
levers. With these letters Judge Leon
ard sailed for Havana, where he duly ar-
i i ..b . . . . !
directly until to-day, when a friend in
this city receive J a letter, written by him
from Havana on March 7th, In which he
6aid he had 6een the lady in presence of
her parents. No details as to the suc
cess oi his misson were furnished, but
trom the general tone ot despondency
pervading tbe letter his lricnd b( lieves
he failed to obtain the consent of the
parents to pay his addresses to their
CAIBO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
T'.IK tmlosby this road conow.t it St. I.oui
nnd KaatSt. Louis, with all ctbtr liuts to
the North, Enat and Went.
TIME 8CHEUULK ;
Through Lxiirvja I,t Cairo a :')" a. in
" Arriv.K. Si l.onia 5 p.m
Muriihysburo ActumiiiodaUon leaves
:nirn - Il;Sfl p. in
XiirougU Express Laavea K. H. L uit M -.:uia,m
" " Arrives at Cairo Mp.ui
Murphysboro Accommodation Leaves
Murphyiboro 2; 10 a.m
K EM3MBER T' Ciro and St.' Louis
JLU " i Uw ONLY ALL KAIL KUL'TE 1
Iwwn Cairo and St. Louia uuder one man-ag'mt-nt;
tliervfore I here are no delays at way
aiatlons awaiting connections from other lines.
Paswiirws Coins Nnrth, Northwiat and Wt
should not buy their tickets until they hav ex
amined our rales and routes
h. C llt'KI.L, T. WniTLOCK
Freight Art. Pasicneer Airit,
L. M. JOUNSON, Cen'l Manager.
Ordera for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogaheada, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at anlform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offloeon whart noat, toot if Bixtb street.
Ollloe of Hallluay Brotiera, onuoaile St.
Egyptian JJIIli, Twtntletl itront.
Coal Dump, toot or ThirtS-eigDtU street, or
'.u.'li Mrrcli lo MmiIi i"i.r1M,il'l'. W.fir
e.ili iinl,.i- IwS.Ti rin llleral t'a
ikuUi,U-. J.H uiUiat o.kt.LnU.Ma
Goods at the Lowest Price
Cloths, Curtulu Dumasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
Special attention givon to Country trade,
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our goods and Driceu belore you puy.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Eoad Eunning Two
Daily Trams from Cairo,
Tralna Leave Cairo
12 10 p.m. Vast Kxpress, arriving in St,
Louis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 P.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
VLLLE FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:S0, a.m.: Louis
ville, 8 a-tn.: inaianaponn, a:io a.m.,
l'assengers by this train arrive at above
OF LHl OTflXB H0TJTS.
I.'lii'an wrx ITsil: Unit Orlf h AlAAnPTH ftttjU'Ll
JUJ U U, A MO auwn " im g
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Louis at ti:30 a.m. Chi
cair.0 at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effinjtham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
fweogars tiy this line go through to
tno r.ast wunoui any ueiay cauaeu vj
The SATURDAY AFTKMNOON TUA1JJ
KltOM CAIKO ARK1VKS IN NEW
VOKK JIONDAY MOBMNO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHElt KOUTE.
AYr?f toraVe'ueTf itiflBTtfdkrrnis'afte.'fifi
are issued either through ignorance er a
desire to mislead the public,
,For through tickots and Information,
ipply at Illinois Central fi. K. Depot, Cairo.
TRAIKS ARHlra AT CAICO
lud t:' a.m.
Oen'l .Somhera Agt
.1. 11. -Ionics. Tiuket At.
lid;::' r.i Ge;t.',
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re-
pairod at a Trif
C. O. D.
t Jf AS. SHELLEY,
Xo. .'to. Klehth Street.
FALL Z2T PRICES.
SECURE AN AGENCY AND
"The Ever Heady and Never Out or Order"
FOR DOMESTIC USE.,
WITH TA I5LK AND FIXTUKKS COM
I'LETE KEDL'CEU TO
Only Twenty X)ollvx-ns
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong
Dd dnrulile machine, constructed elegant
and sold Id, from the best material with
mathematical precision, lor constant fami
ly Uso or manufacturing pnriiones. Al.
ways ready at a moment's notice to d its
day's work, never out ot order aud will last
a (feneration with moderate care; cany to
uuderatand and manage; light, smoothe and
swltt running, like the well-regulated move
men t of a tine watch; simple, compact, elll.
cient and reliable, with all the valuable Im
provements to be found in the highest
priced machines, warranted to do the name
work the same way, aud as rapidly and
smoothly as a S70 mitctiiue. An acknowl
edged triumph of ingenious mechanical
skill, essentiully the working woman's
friend, and far in advance or all ordinary
machines for absolute strength, reliability
and general usefulness; will hem, tuck, fell,
seam, quilt, bind, braid, cord, gattur, ml
tl , shirr, plait, lold, scollop, roll, embroid
er, run up breadths, etc . with wondertul
rapidity, neatness and ease; iwa the
strongest lasting stitch equally lino' aud
smotbe through all kinds ot (foods trom
eambrlo to aevoral thicknesses ot I road
cloth or leather with tine or coarse cotton,
linen, silk or twina. Gives perfect satisfac
tion. Will earn its eost several times over
in a season in the work it docs, or make a
good living for any niau or woman who
desires to nse it for that purpose works to
fatthlul and easy tbe servants er children
can use tt without damage. Trice of ma
chine, fully equipped tor family work, with
light table, reduced to only f 0. Half Cane,
Cover, Side Drawer and Cabinet Styles
each at correspondingly low rates. Hale
delivery guaranteed free from damage.
Explanatory pamphlets Illustrated witb en
gravings ot tbe several stylus of machines,
reference, variety or sawing, etc., mailed
Iree, Cnotidentltl terms witb liberal In
ducements to enterpalsing clergyman,
teachers, business men, traveling or local
ageats, etc., who dealra aicluslve agencies,
furnished on application. Address John B
JteBdaU A Co., til Broadway, V. Y.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Loveo
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White. Zinc,
Paints-ill Colors Ssadj for
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Eliin Kerosene Can'
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Qiass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should bave
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measurina 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.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Last weok I bought a 10 cent package of Wanbtne and done my washing in nna hail
the usual time at leri thsn half tbe cost ol Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not.
have to rub them, and It did not shrink my woolons. and for once I was enabled to tret a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles try it, and you wll'save labor, time and money, it it
perfectly safe to use It. . SIRS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packugea. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S-
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' fiSZg?nv
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use--Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
Tho 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' Material s
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
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 Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushep
writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Iinporie.1 Buy Hum, Npieudld Canada Tar
Noap Kngllsh and American Nonp Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract in origi
nal RottleM or In Broken Quanti
ties a wanted at low price.
Buy Your Brogc . !
v At Baxolayo'Drug Sioro.
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
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 tho same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
r ads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
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