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Tbsdeasoerscy of the s'vsral eiinlies
of the state of Illinois ro requested to
nadalcgstes to UU convention to be
kold M HprtnitUH. IllinoH, THUKSI').
tii urn dav (F Antruwr.
o'elock ., tor llio purpose or nomlMtlu
on tanriidata lortbe.CIce ' "tats treas
urer, and ono eandiJata tor the office of
,Uu superiotMdent of publlo instruction
od to Uaal such other business it msy
eomsr-efor tt. The ssvsral counties are
entitled lo tbs following reprosecution,
base up" the vote for government in
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Vote- for M.tv- NO.
It U tbe Intention ol the Grtenbackers
la the Seventeenth district to run
candidate for congress.
SmKNt'TBKN your voice and remove
Com hi, Colds and Hoarseness, by Uklnjr
Dr. Butt's Cough Syrup. Price 25 oenta
1 1 it tnij that president Is only waitinc
for Anderson to bo released froui loi
prbioiiincnt to appoint him collector ot
tlie piirt of Xew Orleans.
Tub Hamilton county Democrats liavo
instructed fielr delegates to tlie state
contention to vote for
far state treasurer.
Hon. M.M. Pool
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Mkuical men often piuzlo UieniMike
ovt-r the largo alo that Dr. Bull's Buby
SvniD eniovii. lu cretit DODUlarlty is
due only to the excellent qualitlea pos
scssod by this household ruedlcinu. 25 cU.
Hon. David Ookk Is auln looming up
as a candidate tor stale treasurer on the
ludejitindtmt or National ticket. Mr.
Uore was the nominee of that party tor
treasurer tour years ago.
Jouk V all ACi.tbe Littleton murderer,
was taken front the jail by a mob al an
early hour on Sunday morning, and after
being dragged nearly a wile at a rope's
end was swung up to a limb. Mob law
Is to be deprecated under any circum
stances, bnt it erer there was a Mend In
human shape who deserved to be hanged
it was this man Wallace.
Tub Jefferson county Democrats are
not harmoneous. At their county con
ventionon Saturday there was a good
deal ot contusion and wrangling, and the
chairman was compelled to declare the
convention adjourned before the business
for which It was called was half com"
pitted. ' Later, however, a re-organlzv
Hon was eflected, and a lull set of dele
gates to the state and Judical conventions
appointed. Jt was a fight between the
Anderson and anti-Anderson faction.
On the 22d lust., Mr. Uartzell present
ed la the house of representatives at
Washington the petition of eighteen
hundred citizens of Cairo recommending
too passage of the Cockrell bill, providi
ing for the appointment of a commission
lo "devise plans for the survey and Im
provement of the Mississippi river, and
for the protection ot such lauds border
ing on the same as are now subject to
Inuodatlon," and asked that it be read
at the clerk's desk and also
printed in the congressional Jteeord.
The petition was read and referred to the
committee on commerce. Since the pet.
tlon above referred to was forwarded to
Mr. Hurtzell two others bave been receiv
ed by Col. Taylor, one from Mound City
containing the signatures of 148 citizens,
and the other from Jonesboro signed by
193 citizens of that locality. These petU
tions will be forwarded to Mr. Hartzell
Tiio comail! toe unanimously recomend to
the democracy of the northern gruoadiTt
ion and second appcllato district, ttiat
thty hold their convention, tor tbe pur
j)fte of nominating clerk of the Hi.rpremo
and appellate eourts, for csid division and
dlrtriot. at Jollet, on Thursday, April 18,
18T8: ' ' , , .
And lor the central grunt division and
hlrd appellate tflitilet, tbat H e delrpats
appointed from satd division soil dUirlct,
to the stat convention, to meet In eouvon-
tion at Springfield, on tbe dy t-ald mate
convention Is held, at 10 a. rn., for the pur
pose of nominating clerks of the mrpreras
sod sppolUte court lor said dlvilon and
And for lbs southern rnd division and
fourth sppebats dUtrict, that they hold
tttft convention at Centralis, Tburday,
May 1, 1878, for the purpote ot nomina
ting elerks of Ue aurpreme and appellate
eourts, lor said division and ditrits
T) rai al representation in M ron
ventffJaS td bs tbe ssme In tlte tte con
vention. THO. 8stttv, fteerstary.
AT I. ABC I.
n u .(lamink. C. I), Holies, r
VMann. ' ; W.JC. Murphy,
A. P. tioodard,
ol Thoi Courtney, 18. H. V bhums) ,
8 Thomss Shfrley; U. i. A. Mailorr,
a Klcbard Biskop, 1. John W. rimlih,
5' J srake. n 10. L. B. Parsons,
?W ASteele. 17. U. C. Oerke,
2' j OubT. ; T..V Bouton,
Wff. Davidson, 19. S. Lanuoa,
Democratic County Convention.
A mass coUTentton of tbe DemocraHc
voturt ot Alexander county, wlU be held
at thJ court boow, In this city, on Patur
day. MATcn tb, next, at 3 o'clock p.m.,
for Purpose at electing three dele
' Tfith state convention to beheld
.amrrWdonAprU Jlth, next; and
tbre flelffttea to the district convention
i.a t..M t CentraUa on May 16th, next
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xC'inMfirch7.1878. ' '
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What is called "a detlcieucy bill,"
now before trio United States senate,
la not properly a deficiency bill. Rut
little of the million and more nrnvhUH
for is for deficiencies. On the contrary
It is for future expenses, and much of It
tor expenses of a new ami questionable
character. It the bill shall get through
the senate the house majority will do
well to scan It closely. The beneficiaries
ilia people who are to he continued
in the public service are among the
worst characters made notorious during
the two terms ot Grant. They aro men
that no man viiiches for. they arc
moral ami social outcast. They have
Uerciolore beon used, by corrupt secreta
riot, to "uid" in the administration of
justice, and whilu so employed bave won
the contempt ot all good citizens by
turning !ulo mcix-liandise the power
which their irregular government em
ployment at ouco gave them and pro
tected them in selling. The Ull will
bear uurctul examination. But We start
ed out to protest against calling It a "dr
tlciency" bill. At the elections this fall
Wr shall henr Uepublican orators d--
nouocing rmiuoeratio attoniptJ at econo
my, and alluding to this monty as a
'deficiency" made ncessry by nijudl
cions reductions in approprlstlons.
B.F. Burgen. ,
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
and properly do. Tbe chairmen of bouae
committees com plain that in their eflorts
to secare lnlormatlon on which to base
ohsrgos they do not have the co-operation
ot heads ol departments. , ,
HAVKS, MCHOLLS AND ASBERSOS.
1'his morning It Is said tbat peerless re-
ioriunr of the oivil i-ervlco, Mr. Hayes,
only waits lor Anderson's' release from
jail to appoint him collector ol the port of
New Orleans. Auderson Is deputy now.
It has never been denied that ten men ol
the twelve on the jury which tried An
dciTon believed him guilty of forgery
and perjury. It is also stttd there has all
along been an understanding between
Oovi'ruor XiubollR and Uayes that If the
supreme court did not liberate Anderson
Nicbolls should pardon blui. This is a
"bargain," which the friends ot Hayes
do not dunv. It a president, accepting
otlice in tbe ordinary way and at a time
when the public lecling was not still dls
turbed by recollections of a grtrnt war,
sliould do what Hayes has duue In this
matter, he would have no future in the
politics of the country.
THE nUTLKR-COHBIN CONTEST.
The senate committee on elections has
decided tbat the credentials of S. T. Cor
bin of South Carolina are still before It
for action. The seat claimed by Corbln
Is the oue held by M. C. Butler. The
proceedings at the time General Butler
was given tbe suat were as follows ; A
resolution was offered declaring him en
titled to the seat, and a substitue was
offered declaring Corbln entitled to It.
The substitute was voted down and the
original resolution adopted. It is now
claimed, In substance, that the question
Is still open, and It Is not thought unlike
ly that a majority of the committee will
present a report declaring Corbln enti
tied to the seat. Such a report, however,
could not receive tbe support of all the
Republicans in tbe senate and could not
be adopted. The desire of those urging
the reopening ot the subject Is, of course,
to make the "southern question" aaln
prominent In politics. Nice patriots
these Radicals are.
A BIO LOBBY.
The Union and Central Fucillc rail
roads have now here probably tho bravs
lest lobby ever known in the city.
RUSSIA AND ENGLAND.
TO- Mluutiftii IlerAinlnff Alarinlno;
and WarPrvbaolr-Kunajn Will nut
Yield i Kaviantl'a DeuiMda 43er
niMoy aua Austria friendly to
Special Cable to St. Louie Republican.)
AtEKTIMO OP Till CONGRESS ENDANGERED.
London, March S3, 0 a. in. The meet
log ot the congress is already regarded as
seriously endangered by England's de
termination to require the subuiiaslou ol
the wholo ot the RussaoTurkish treaty,
It is now more than probable that Eng
land will decline to send a representative,
and tbat tbo congress will therefore not
assemble. It is expected
I.N THAT CASK
That l'uIa will obtain the sanction of
Germany aud Austria to the treaty at
once without rilrtirultv, end probably
that ot Italr. England will then have no
alternative but to accept accomplished
facts or undertaken war to dispossess
ltussia, The feeling of anxiety here Is
very great, and
are again becoming general. The two
leading conservative nowspapers are very
Violent, indued, demanding war without
further parley. Husnia has not vet made
her expected communication to England
relative to tlie presence ot tbe British
diet In the sea of Marmora, hut Fhe has
decided to postpone the withdrawal of
her troop trom the vicinity id Constan
tinople so lung as
TUB KM.MMi ri.Kbl
remains inside tho Dardanullex. Anuria
seems to have swung around to the side
of llus'sls again and all Idea ol Anglo.
Austrian alliance has spparently been
abandoned. It is not improbable that
l'urkey Is alo prepared to joiu iiitcrerts
with Itiiaida, and although tbe talk ota
has ceased, it Is believed that liaoul
Pasha received the czar's assurance that
the money iiulemuity of 300,000,000
rouble would be greatly diminished if
Turkey would hide with Russia. Eng
land's preparations tor war Include tbe
purc'.iaso ot many stores and armaments
simply to prevent them truni railing luto
Russia's banJs. Her
OUR MOTTO: "Tne Best Goods at the Lowest Price
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
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Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Ooflees, Teas; Sugars,
" Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels, Tickings. Dress Goods, Silks.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Ladles' and Misses' Boots, ChlUlrcn's Shoes, Genu' Boots and Shoes
'i i.ia ainnb i onfiraiv Nnnr nmi HYeKh. Kd6c1uI attention irlven to Country trade.
Our Stcs k embraces everything needed lu the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
Goods. I'luase give us a call, examine our gooua anti unces ueium yu uuj.
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.
Ontceoa whan Dost, foot of Sixth strwt.
Ofuo of ItaUiday Brotliern, opposite
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Cool Damp, foot of Thirty-eignlu itrout,
Pom Offload ra wr mo
Till, Cut llliirirttsitbeManiierorUtieg
Fountaia Nsal Zajoctor,
aWcL0S vnMHB COCT, S. O. .
SZmZrivA 1C A. 1. WIL-
M...r-L'Zi tka Bvorame Court, oouuwra uraaa
ifg iiSfllfciubict t the tkciiloa of the
PIililotitrinmittee, lo be held
TSSii Js Way asis. r ,
0m TK APTBLLATI COU1T
J? uttorU to anoooao. HAEDrN
fym SfiiCUa ooonty, m t ewdldaie
XL RTnecltUiaul the PrmerWl,
iwisSilir kowl at uwaua, nmj '
?T Lkmiiti -it aaoaaa W. C. U
JJfXrZXlm Comt. as a e Bloat.
r.o15 hVdwlAioo of lh. D .-
Witt at CMtfalla,
Kednelng tbe Araj-lkom t'lerk
etalpa - Uajraa, JUckolla and -tnralBK-Sloard
,Batler-4rklft Ceateat ta k Re
Opetiad. , From our Ittgular Conreipond.nl. )
Wabbinoton, D. C, March 33, 1878.
The bill reducing tho army to 30,000
men, known as the Baonlcg bill, which J
wai referred oy tne House uemocraiic
causus to a Committee of thirteen, recelvti
tbe endorsement ot that committee la
all Its main provisions. On tbis bill, the
Went Point appropriation bill, and tbe
army appropriation out, strangely
enough, tbe more eoonomioally disposed
Democrats meet with more opposition
trom Republicans and most lesnbordina
tion inside their own ranks. One would
think that, in time of peace, all would
unite in keeping down army expenses,
A very small army, capable ot Immediate
increase In case of emergency, would
seem to be all that is required. There
is nothing very unreasonable In tbe New
York Sun's demand tbat tbe army be re
duced to 10,000 men.
Tbe legislative, executive and Judicial
appropriation bill consolidates several
bureaus In tbe treasury, reduces tbe nuni
ber of blgb grade clerks sod creates a
new grade, viz, at $1,800, In the. treas
ury are many $1,800 clerks, whose duties
were Important during the war and Ira.
mediately thereafter, but who now
i lA!tTHIB lALABt,-
maiidy by signing receipts lor It at the
end of tbe month. Positions better paid
than these have become similarly useless
and this bill consolidates a tow ot tbem.
bat npt pearly as omoj as $ mfcrbt safely
m. B 1 daWmAT t. IM
MOST KKUK.NT OUTLAY
of Itnporance Is the purchase of four 100-
ton Armstrong guns. Her strength in
men is generally underestimated. She
can put in tbe mid within three weeks
80,000 regular troops and in three
months this number could bo doubled
trom the volunteers.
BEK WEAK POINTS
seem to be In lack.'of experienced generals
and In deflclenccs in her commissariat
department, lithe English people get
the war lever again it is more than likely
that hostilities will be unavoidable, Tbo
Irritation among all classes of Russians
livery groat and should publlo senti
ment of both countries become as bitter
as It was here three or tour weeks ago,
It would be difficult to prevent war. '
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
180 W. Fourth St.,
Are an tb or wd toraotivt idTtetixnienti lorthit
paper. Ketlinatce fnrniaed free upon applloalioa
oeaa rwe tiampaior our aartriier t M.aiui.
NO CURE-NO FEE!-::
.Hf hat WnkiltftM Itml CM.., ft. Ih. inn. ml mil
hfnit, Cboalt aM Hfatial Hw MmkIimI WaakarM,
Iwrtti PvMlIlT, 4 Laa. MaakaaiS. aannamally
.ari4. Dr. O. I, a fmiatM of lU Rrfra avhoel. and mm ao
MNrfi Ik, lanml mrUra la t'altai Maw. 1.A'
pilTSri.uirlaff'WHlnMrf wia hama aM baar,l, eill arwrlu.
trwrr itea)ahMM fcrnUaal.. aaa4 Cata ftrMAD
HH4iB tlFIBKI 115 par, lllaiMM. MAKEiKW
IJthlKa arul milanra ! fifty itak far Umfm al Kalr
a aa4 llnvtor oflwurtMl laLnyalina ay aaawam. Oaar
allaagaaaaaimul. ItollaMa rmala VWlla, t .
aS Momti:, hartrl abaalnM ani
p.4lly turfl. I'ainkf.i nrtabilriiy.
tea. K Wailuiuni'
AnfWflfe-ATEAft. Aircateaiifm. Duet.
TliU lntninpnt In peciaUjr deaijned for the
txrlwil aiiiiciidon ol
l?.. CASE'S CATAS2H EEM3DY.
It U tho onl form of inctrnment vet invented
with wlikh II Mill incllciiio can bo onrrieil hig
vu ami vtrcell!iviiiHnllnM paruol the affect
ed nu:ii pMiKipret. mid lliechBinlierjorinrlliM
fomiiiiiiiU'aiinir llicrowith, in whlrh .ore. mid
d!wm frennonlly exbit, and from which llio oi.
Urrlml dinclmree coiiornllv nrncndi. Tho unnt
of ucrM in troalim tiitiirrh heretofore lia
ari'T-n Inrcnlv fmm tho Im pnlliility of apiilyin
remcalc. to tlicw oiviiip and clutmlier. hy an
of the onltimry moihoiU Tlila ob.inolo in Uiie
way oi cuoruiiir curtig in entirely OTcrcnmo hv
Ui invention t llio Unurliv. lis ue is pleasant
nd "0 miuple (hat a rh!M tan lioilerstand it.
rull and oxpllrltdlrectioiiaaecompanT
each Instrument. W ben used Willi thin instru
ment, Dr. Htigft Cmarrli Homedy eure ronnt
. ajjiuuw-kH Ol -ajoitt in IDO
I ,ie"'1 " ,T a ,ew aiipUcations.
S V1TI PTIS !T1 Prennent
headache, diwliarpe faliinx into throat, tome-
I.nicif) uroruho. vuurr. thick mucin, nuruient.
offen.ive. etc. In oUiera, a dryno., dry.waterr,
weak, or inilarood eves, stopping up, or oUiruo
tlon, of naal pasMgci, 'ringing in ear, doat
nes, hnnklnir and coughing To clear, throat,
nlefntinnv ivIm from nicer, voice aliewd,
iiasal twang, olf naive lircnth, Impaired or loud
ilpprlvatlon of iene ot tmell aua Wto, dlr.i
neit, mental depression, loss of appetite, lndi
rmilon. enUried tonsil, ttckllnsr couch, eic.
Only a few of thee symptnma. are liteiy to bo
prenent in any case at one t irae.
nr.aaaje'a Catarrh Remedy, when ned
with Or. Pierce's Naaal Uout he. mid sv
ennipanieU with the cunxiltmiouai tienluient
wiucii i. recommenilet in tlie pxmphlct that
wraps tncli bottle of the Itemedy, H a perfect
pecidc U- tiiis loalh.onie ilicae. It Is mild ami
SicHtsnt to tJio, contBinmif no strong or cuu-tii)
rinrsnrpnlvipa, TheCnturrli llenimlr IssnM at
fclcdntf.lloiiilHiiuWcciiU.by all UruRgint.
it. T. TIERCE, )T. D Prnr,
",k . vuat r ' .4
In d iwroti
Ann tan KiirhntiT jy vim.
T.ilrl le'Uito Ami. nlil ih TrJ.
l'rlM 1.1ft ut.d 'Iitik mi iil:riiiti.
Addir,.!vr.ji .1 II A U I'll .. M. TO.
'If MuloM., ;hl(i, f
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Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
O. O. D.
Old Hats Made New.
Xo. 30 Elshth Street.
Ladies aid .silts',
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Loveo
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Stroot
Whito Lead White .Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Rsady for Ih W,
( Lubricating Oils
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
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"The Kver Keady and Never Out of Order"
FOB DOMESTIC USB.
WITH TABI.K AND FIXTURES COM
I'LEIE REDUCED TO
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A rierfert and unequaled, lar?e, strong
and durable uiscbino, constructed elegant
and soldld, from tbe best material viilb
mathematical precision, tor conntant fami
ly una or manufacturing purposes. ai
wnvs redv at a moment's notice to do its
day's work, never out ol order and will last
a veneration with moderato care; easy to
understand and manage; light, smooths and
ewllt running, like the well-regulafd move
ment of a line watch; simple, compact, etil.
cient and reliable, with all the valuable Im
provements to be fonnd in the bluest
priced machines, warranted to do the same
work the ssmo way, and as rapidly and
smoothly as a $75 macbiue. An acknowl
edged triumph of iogenious nieebanicul
sill, essentially tho worlds woman's
frieril, and far in advance of all ordinary
machine Inr absolute strepth, reliability
and general uieiuinens; will hem, tuck, mil,
seam, quilt. Mod, braid, cord, putbi r, rul
fl, sbirr, plait, fold, scollop, roll, embroid
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rapi'Uty, neatness and ease; sew tbe
strongest lanting slltcb equally hue and
smotbe through all kinds ot j(oodi from
cambric to several thickness ol I rosd
cloth or leather with tine or coarso cotton,
linen, st'k or twine. Uivesperfectsstislac
tion. AVillcaru it cost several times over
in a season In tbe work it does, or make a
xood living tor any man or woman wb
desires to ue It lor that purpose works to
tattU'ul and easy tbe servant or children
cau use if. without damage. Trice of ma
chine, fuily equipped lor family work, with
light table, reduced to on!y 9'M. Hall Ca-e,
Cover, Side Drawers unci Cabinet Styles
escb at correspondingly low rates, frule
delivery gusritctoed tree from damage
KxpUcatory piimphlots illustrated with en
gravings oi the several stylce of machines,
roterences. variety of sowlni', etc., Uialled
tree. OoLtid'Utlvl terms with liberal In
ducements to enterpalsing clergymen,
teachers, busincis men, traveling or local
agent, etc., who desirn exclusive agencies,
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are issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mislead tbe public.
f or tbroupb ticket and Information,
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and Warranted not to
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Every family should have
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cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASKENE
"I.a.t week I bought a 10 cent package of Washme and done ruy washing (none ball
tho usual time at less than ball tbe cost of bos p. My olntbei wsr wbber. 1 did cot
bave to rub tbem. and it did not shrink my woolons. and for once 1 wis enabled to get
but dinner on Monday, bo ladles tiy tt, and you wili save labor, time and money. It i
perfectly safe to use it. MKi. A.
5 and 10 oent Packages. Buy WASHTNE AT BARCLAY'S
JDr. Woods' Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne
Of FxquiFite Fre franco
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 Pine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materiai3,
Frenck, 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. Krcsa Tonic
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
m eatn?T 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 Jlay Hum, Splcndld-Cauada Tar
r,,- .uRuan ana American Soap-Flu Im
ported Handkerchief Extracts In orlgl.
nal Bottle or in Broken Quant 1-
tlei.a wanted at loir prices.
Buy Your Brurjo
tAt Barclayfl'vDnir Sioto.