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. ni'tiim, Editor anti runimmr
The deMOoracy of U(S several CUDtiM
f ', of Illinois are requested to
a'ddelnistet te a uu eoavsntloa to be
fi i SprtogfMI, Illinois, THUB90AY,
e lit" DAY or APRIL. 187. at 12
"oiock M., for the purpoM of aomlnating
candidate for the offlre ol stats tress-
r, and on candidate lor the etlit of
te superintendent of public Instruction
4 to transact ninh other buslne a mar
pate bafore It. The several counties ire
ktlUad.to tbo following repreeentatfon,
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. CYRUS H. MrCOKUlCK,
Tba oommlttee unaniiiioutly recomend to
democracy of the northern Kraad dm
a and tecond appellate district, that
ty bold tbelr eouveutlon.Jor the pur
a of nominating clerk ol the urprenio
d appalUU aourta, for aaid divifion and
itrtct. U Jollet, on Thursday, April 18,
tad tor tb cantral grand division and
rd appellate obrrkl ttm lit drlcate
pointed from taid divlmoD and dintrlct,
Jtbe itate conTantlon, to meet In canvsu
in at Bprlatifield, on tbe day taid aula
joYntlon t hfid, at 10 a. tu., for tbe pur
W ol nominating clerk ol the urpreroe
U appelUU court lor aaid diviMon and
Aod for tbf loutbam (rand llvii,.n and
jjrth appallaU dinlilct, that they bold
'a r ronvendon at Cvntraila, Tliimdoy,
Sy 16, 1S78, for tha iurio-e ot nomma
ig clerk ol Uie urprme and appellati
Virtn, lor tald dMaion and di'rl-f,
ilia ratio ol rep e ntatinti in id con.
jatloa to be the am a In the ut con.
f BOB. 8BILY, SHcratary.
,1 . ATtKO.
f H. McConnick, C. D. Hoilaa.
B.Maon, W. . Murpny,
P. OoodaT'T, - B. r . ourgea.
--- - '' ' DIDTRICTH.
v n.nAM 11. J. M. Kunh.
rw 1 ' o i 'mtrfnit li H. I' Shilmav.
L Thomaa Shirley. 13. J. A. Mallorv,
Richard Biaaop, 1. . orau,
J B. Jfarab. - w- Cochrane,
. I. Drake, " ' ! t. B TamoM,
w. a. Staala. . H. C. Ot-rka,
i j Dun. 18. T. . Houton,
Wocratic j County Convention.
f. bum conTontlon of the Democratic
tort of Alexnor county, will oe neia
the court boaae, in this cUy. on Satur-
L Maieh SOtb. oext, at 3 o'clock p.ra
r V Kma Halo.
f UP porpMO w mwm 1 ,w
La to tb (Ute convention to be hrld
Cprlnfffleld OB April 11th. next; and
M8) OelefCttet to lUCJ aiairiuv iuynuiiuu
Wbeld ! OntraJlB on May imn, next
' Tarnt. W. HLttr, t nairman.
kiro, IU8U, Matco 7. 18.
f . ai . B A II Vf f .
aabuuMCMDiv, a osaalMlau
f iUbass. aa hteat to tha decision of tbe
itiSSiSa OMSUSUIMe, to ba bald
r T.i.if. aa a easdlaaSi
' Wtawt, (NRk (UkrKS,
'L u4 sValsIa af aa Usaaa-
.t, i t C tin ArTBlAATB COUBT-
1 ' -nM4 H asutetiaas
' .. saaaa eacasv, as a
.'7. sa aoart. fcortb
- iu Mi4laosltB f tka
LJaa aaaal siOntnlla,
FrTa re atubborn lliliir," 1
arf ponirh and ltd la, but the latir will
Invariably ld to lr. Bull' 'h
Syrup, wliicln'oi'i hill 85 wit.
'I rrhk I nothliif much chcuix-r than
advlw, and ev n an r iwlhM't aril. 1- nan
he liirinahod at very low raif. We have
heretofore commented 011 the eariieaineaa
ot Miixlry pliilanihroplHt In the eaU who
were connantli urjflng poor jwoplfto
jro wt and letter their lormiie, a very
jrood thliijf to d. no doubt, when poa
aible. The Philadelphia Chrtniclflltrald
touol.eii the ttihjeet hoit right when it
I here i not'iinif en-l.-r ia lie world.
than Ut M il a man, who U pwiinie. una
out iiriniphiynient, to take hi luniily
and rk the wenteru prulrio. Rut do
itifx who arc Uvi-li wild thU khul ol
a Ivlw 4-ver think ot the cost ol reaching
1 lie prairiea and e?tnbllHhiiig a hnie
tbtri; ? Io 1 hey miHgiiif that bread anil
1 iictt and house and land am to be had
there lor the asking? If they do they
are yrea'ly niiftjiken. FikmI nml houses
ami Improved land hsve to b paid (or
there a elsewhere, and It In ante to eay
that the saufe ouilay ol money required
tf, establish a famliv In Kansas, expeiui-
od in the ea.gr, will brlnir a profitable re
ttiniK, and the privations to w 11 ion an
new aettlera in the west are necessarily
exitoN-d he avoided. To tell an liitpet
cunlnug man with a family that the west
im the proper place tor hint la an iunuit
to his Intelligence as well a hi pov-
TMlt t.OO WORK IN MOI TII V K-
When Wade IlHinptou took hold o' the
niHnajenieut of affair in hi Mute, free
from any Interlerctice ol the general kov-ernin't-iii,
lhre we many predict ions of
the npirtsioii ami ltiu lire to which tbfl
colond race would be subjected, in the
more ultra Hcpublkvm journals, and so
accustomed hud the members ol that
party become to mWtrust the good inten
lioii8 ol late "rebels'1 that many well
meaning men doubted tbe policy which
permitted Hampton full sway in con
I trolling his state.
The expoHition of the moustromt Irauda
vhich were ptrpelrated under carpet-bag
rule opened many eyes, and the straight-
lorwird and boneet manner in which tbe
governor has kept all his pledges, com
pleted the conversion of even the ex
treme rebel hater oj the north. All are
now ready to concede that Wade Hamp
ton is the right man in the right piaoc,
and that under bis rule all men, black and
white, will receive the protection, ot the
law. The sentiment "ol Republicans at
this time is set forth iu tbe lollowinx irotn
he North American, ol Philadelphia, a
journal which nas been slow to reach the
conclusion that any good could lollow
the restoration ot ho ue-admitiistraiiou In
the state ui the south :
'It is new more thau a year auic Uov.
Hampton was MueaUiy installed aa gov
ernor 01 howl) Caroliua, with none to
depute hi authority, it wa to be ix
pevie-d that lite noitu would be lueredul
ou as to tiiesmorrity ol toe rtfurmeri
dotibtful whetber they would ue their
power to secure lite muiI ritrbts ol all.
l'he NMilli ( aroliua lettislature ha In
various Ways given ludicnltou uf it pur
pose to do right, uut the resolutions
which it hai jual aed by an oyiTwIicN
iuiuk vote has put thai hixiv wo ni-oiJ
where the whole country can see it, and
iu shcIi a way that i's iutegrlly 01 pur
pose and honest determination to do
wbit la nght, inu-l tic admitted
by all. They have discovered to
the country Iraii'ls and swindle ol the
most inlaiiioii uharactrr, ekiravagance
without excuse, and expenditures winch
the state could not aflord. They have
liown to tliu ctiiiiitrr the people by
whom the fund ot the commonwealth
have b'en kquinih'i'ed. hut tln-y have
taken a broad and Maieimun.llke view.
They knew that prosecution would te
in vain ami would only aggravate the
situation, and they have put their deter
mination on record !o wa(e no money
in seeking vengeance, but devote the
energies ol the state to repairing the rav.
age of their predceussors. It is a wisu
coiirc. and we congratulate the people
ol South Carolina that their representa
tives have taken it.''
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
I MvuajM attack the White Httav
-How Wrlm VlMisit-eal llawe Howl-rd-vhnra
Torn to l'aitlera-n
4raanla'tt War Plaanrd ail - tliv
llouarnf Oon 4 snirrsa. Bn. 1818
slniil 4'aiiKlit m Auibnara.lp -1 lr
ttraiidfniberl.T Mr iioerHllc ISeer
nt III Men Kir.
IKt.jni Our IteifuUr orreHinirnt.
Wa-hinotox. I) . March iS. 1S7(J.
In the thrilling wor.l- Patrick Henry.
IIIK WlH iu tni ti,i.v BKOIS.
Si iiatir Howe of Wiconniii. opened (his
mouth) 011 the administration yesterday,
and with terrible emphasis on his
uud," 'buts" and lis," with oiiiinoi's
pause bdore each drawling sentence,
with bis bauds searching the fathomless
profundities ol his breeches pockets, and
with his legs spread apart like the co
lossus of Rhodes, save that his panta
loon were unclassiVally bagged in the
knees the old soimtor, alinont the lat
that has roroe down to us from a past
age, relieved hla belter Indignant spirit
ol the accumulated wrath ol
o visa or h.yxa' administration.
His performance had been advertised, so
to speak, the galleries were well filled,
and the senators were all In their places
to see the Initiative of what is said to be
a series ol organized onslought. with
such reserves a Conkllng, Blaine and
SENATOR COM LINO
accorded the rare compllmeut of his at
tentlon, graced by an occasional
approving nod, and when
sue tviuc ui me orator grew
husky, extended a box ol troches. Sena
tor hdniunds stretched bis gaunt form.
rested dm bald dome or thought on tha
back of his chair, and with bis lace to the
xenltb, It Is Mid, slept; but I believe his
eyes were closed only to the material
world, to aid digestion, and to keep ids
thought from wandering to extraneous
superf.clsl things (the ladies in (be gal
lerles lor instance) during the awful
pauses between Howe's sentences.
SENATOR HAMLIN, I
however, did not show sleep, for when
tbe orator bad ocoaslon to refer to tbe
honorable senator from Maine, be was
aroused with dlffloulljr to the atlentloa
required ' bj parliamentary etiquette.
0eoaton Don), fiuob, logaJla, Dawes,
Ofiseb, rsjoMtW Bid AUlsoa were j
OHOITKO aKOUND HOW
and paid the cloaca 1 a.tcutlou to his ri
marks, but Mathews, flour and Booth.
who arc looked upon a the aCii
IrlcmU Mini dclrndrr" ol the ii.MuYull f
while they liniened to hl sih-hjoIi, ilhl not .
move their seals nearer the speaker.
HAYaV POLICY 4TTCXKD.
Senator Howe arraigned the civil ser
vice and stmt hem policies of the 'presi
dent. He aaid that, "under the condi
tion, the duty ol Mr. Hayes was plainly
toawertain whether the constituted au
thorltle' of Iuislana had tleclnred Pack
ard to be governor, li so, llteu to de
lend his authority to the extent 01' his
ability, w en legally required to do so.
If they ha I not so declared, then It was
equally hi duty, not merely to have
withhold all support of Packard's pre
tence, hut to have given all required
support to the claim of Packard's rival,
and It he found it hi constitutional tin y
to require Packard to surrender his
ofliee. he should also, have recognize:!
the duty ol surrendering bis own.
If LnitWaiiB' did not vote lor Packard,
the whole world know thut she did
VOT VOTK rOK UAYtS,
for PackarJ received nearly two thou
sand more votes than some ol the Hayes
electors." Senator Howe was especially
bitter In his Invective against Secretary
Schiirz. at.d this part ol his cccli w
remarkable lor that
of which he is muster. He reviewed the
lite 01 the secretary and denounced him
lor nearly every act ol.hla private and
public career, pronounced him a failure
as a revolutionit, lawyer, journalist,
general, diplomat, senator ami cabinet
minister. He said thai Schnrz, while
not a Democrat, was still less a Kcpuoli
can. hut that he was equally at home
with all parties. "He spoke like an ora
cle and his ladle speech could be lilted
to Hut vicissitudes ol parties aa readily
as douhle-laced satin can be turned to
hide the aocldeut 01 society." Senator
Howe's -peach is
THK SK.NHATIO.N OK THIS SKS8IO.N,
antl there is much discussion iu political
circles a to its probable efluct. Friends
ot the administration insist tual it has
fallen flat and that the. old senator ha
bee u used a a cat's paw, or feeler, by
Blaine and ( onkling, who will now be
too shrewd to imitate his blunder.
Others insist that it is but the euleriug
wedge that will start the avalanche; thai
Conk ling and lilaiue are determined,
anticipating the certainty ol a ueiuocralic
maroriiy iu the senate alter W9. lo put
tLit-ir shoulders to the pillars ere the time
lapses in which they cab raze luin.
It is said that the attutk opened by
11 owe. yesterday was planned a few
night .-ince at the- house of Senaior
Cameron of Pennsylvania, wheiv
run malconikn r
met aud decided that the lullness of time
had come lor tbe Republican senate to
make a square issue w.tb the president.
WILL NOT BKPLY.
Senator Matthews and Representative
Foster were closeted at the white bouse
last uightj and after consultation with
the president, it was thought advisable
to make no reply but to leave tbe con
(spiring senators to the soothing influence
Senator Howe's speech was largely re
trospective and he read so much from
the utterances of southern statesmen be
fore the war, that Ben. Hill was
NKARI.T CaL'OHT in the trap
I replying; but Senator Tbuman, who
la the most judicious aa well as the most
judicial of the Democratic senators, per-
i-uaded the rash Georgian to refiaiu Irom
doing Just what Blaine and Conkllng and
Howe had plotted to have him do. Hill,
however, will never cease to regret the
occasion as a last opportunity.
It Is amusing to see tbe
tbat Senator Tburman exercises over tbe
impolitic politicians of the Democratic
side. He is more emphatically a leader
than any other men, in either house, and
his authority is tacitly acknowledged by
distinguished men who have been in
public lite much longer than himself.
He Is always present In an emergency.
anticipating the Inception of every move-
uient, and seeing its .ulterior effect. He
has been known to repress bluudcra in
his per re, and hold back, with a look or
jesture, from doing rash and irreparable
things, those who are counted astute po
liticians, c. A. S
Counted Himself Out.
Yesterday lion. 8. M. Etter, superin
tendent ol public instruction, was called
upon by a number of the delegates In
attendance en tbe national convention.
who desired to know whether he would
accept a uoinimttiou Irom the nuiiotui
party for saperintendent, and whether be
mid pledge himself to the platform and
candidates of that party. In re.
ply, Mr. Etter aaid that the office he held,
and lor which he proposed to be a candi
date before the Democratic convention,
is a non-partisan office, that It has al
ways been so regarded, and is so regard
ed by him. He also said that he would
not pledge himsell lo support the na
tional party or platform, and that ha
would do nothing to sever his con
nection with the Democratic party.
Alter further conversation Mr.
Etter positively refused to allow his
name to be used In the National conven
tion on any terms whatever, and thus
disclaimed any connection with the
The Stale JUguter has never had auy
candidates lor any .nomination, and Its
candidates for offlce always have been j
and will be those selected by tbe Demo
cratic party in It regular organization.
Mr. Kttex has served lour years In the of
Hoe with acceptance to the profession,
tiducators and to the people. The Sfars
IUaittr has a great personal esteem for
Mr. Kiter, and appreciates fully the ex
cellent manner in wblon he has conduct
edbia offloe, but while It does not sue
port htm or any ether; aspirant lor
nomination: it would be absurd to pre
tend thai we don't know who will be
eomlnated by the Detnoorstie state eon.
rtotiofl la April, sod elected la Xoveos.
, .ilV ' j ' - vit'.
. -..,l ms " ' hVftrew'
OUR MOTTO: - TbiBtst
Corner 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
ri .no ch cd ie nc o. cisa ,
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 lull line ol Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles and Misses' Hoots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh.
.ir Str k embraces everything needed In
Goods. Please give us a call, examine our
THE LATE JUDGE LEONARD.
.4, Letter Wrllleu tbe;ia Hffora
.Special to the Si. Louis (ilobe-Democmt) ,
Washington, D. C, March 20. In a '
letter to Gov. Kellogg irom the late re-'
preventative Leonard, dated at Havana
the day before he was taken ill, the de- '
ceased said, ot (he object of his visit. '
that he had seen the tieautiful lady In the i
oresence ol her lamily; that the people !
there bad a curions way of doing things, I
hut he thought he had made a lavorable
impression on the parents jf tbe young
lady, but he hardly knew
whether he stood on bis
head or his heels. He said 'that he
liked the Indy more than ever; that he 1
hoped 10 be successful his suit, and j
would be home soon, tie then, gave a
playful acco mt of society in Havana,
and said he was going to dance that
night and aked whether the governor
would not laugh to see bis old chaplain,
a he was familiarly railed by Gov.
Kellogg, whirling in the mazes ot tbe
dunce amongst the beauties ol Cuba.
The committee ol congress will leave
heie to-mnrrow lor New York to mjet
the. remain, expecting, to arrive on
Thursday. The official dispatches of the
lllnest and death of Mr. Leonard re
ivivpd at the state department, sho.v
conclusively that death was caused by J
yellow (ever. Owing to quarantine regu
lation, the remains will be conveyed to
West Chester, Pa., without ceremony or
Mothkr will grow weary and sigh
over the baby's troubles, wheu Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup would relieve the child and
thereby give the mother rest.
Orders for Coal by the OBr-lotd,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to,
To large oonaumeri and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to upply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO
Office on whan boat, foot of SiltU street.
Ottiee ol Halliday Brothers, opposite
Kgyptian Milts, Twentieth street.
Coal Damp, foot of Tbirtv-eiKhth street,
Pou Odlce drawer 300
VARIU.A, LEMON, ETQ
tar Flavoring toe Cream, CakM I Pastry
Wltu great ran, by a new Process, wt
sxtrai t Vrotn the true select Fruit$ and
AMtiiatli-s, each characteristio flaunt sod
produce Flavoring! of rare MCiilenet
Of great etrtnqth and pirfeet purity,
A poifonoui oil. JCvtrg flavor at rep
tentHttd. No deceit -taA bottU full
mciin'irt, holding one-half Ptor than
othrr purporting to hold tarn ouantilf
Utf thtm one, will no ether. The
matt dehcatt, delicious flavor tier mad.
nu superior to the chean extracts. Aak
lot Dr. Price's Bpockl FUvorlags, IfLu
efactuird ouly by
STEELE 4 FSKJB.
""puis, CHICAOO sad IT. LOUIS
Manufactureri of Dr. Priee'i Cream
toll Wimv.o itai, Cklrm he tm sB
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Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Roots and Shoe
Special attention given to Country trade.
the City or Country, iu Groceries or Dry
goods and nrlces before you buy.
Ladies' ui Henti.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be-
paired at a Trif
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smotbe through all kinds ot goods from
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In a season in the work it does, or make a
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faithful and easy the servants r children
esn use It without dsmage. Price of ma
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light table, reduced to only 'J0. Hall Case.
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UxpUinatory pamphlets illustrated with en
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Bunnlng Two
, Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Laavs Cairo
I? 10 p.m. Fast Express, arriving In st,
Lmil S:50 p, m.; Chicago, 7:1k), a.m.
2:20 p.m. dNCINlATI ft LOUIS
VlLLS VAST LINE
arriving! n Cincinnati 8:X0, a m.: Louis
ville, 8:2ft, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:16 a.m.;
I'asssngers by this train arrive at above
or ait oral iouti.
-M p. m. rast Mail with sleeper attach
ed, for ST. LOUI8 and CB1CAOO,
arriving In Bt. Louts at 0:80 a.m. Chi
eatro at M p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kfflngham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
t and Indianapolis.
FAST TIME EAST
fMssngere by this Una go through lo
tbe Cast without any delay uaused by
' Huaday Intervening. .
The B ATURDAV AKTERNOON TH AIM
FROM CAUU) AJIKIVK8 !N NKW
VOBK MONDAY MOKNINO
30 HOURS 4 IN ADVANCE
Or ANY OTIUCa HOUTK, . ,
Advertlsemenu of oompetinr lines that
they make beUer tune tbaa this one, axe
" are issued sithsr through ignoranos er a
desire to Busload tbe public, v
f or thronih tfokeU end lnlormatlon.
t tppiy at llllnoU Central g. B. Depot, Cstre,
Taava sbsiti ai tuuao
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SIGN OF THE ORYSTaL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Paints-All Colore Esady for
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Ferfeot Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not 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 the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian - Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Laxt week I bought a 10 rent package of Washine snd done my washing In bn uaJi
the usual time at les than half the cost ot Soap. My ulnthes were wbl'er. I did not
have to rub them, and it did oot .brink ray woolon. and for once I was enabled to get s
hot dinner on Monday. So ladle try It, and you will save labor, time and mouey. It I'
perfectly safe to ue It. MKii. A
6 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT B ABCLAY'8
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-
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
Ooarse 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 AI
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 Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove PoIUl
Pure Imported Itay Hum, Nlendid- uuada Tar
. Noap KngllNh and American Noapn Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract) In orlfcl
nal Dot t lea or lu Droken Quantl
' - tlea a wanted at low prlren.
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
The Family Safeguard
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 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
rad Street Cars amd Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Of Exquisite Fragrance
At Baroloyo' Drug; Oiuro.
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