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. -U. F. EcapcMita, Editor and Publisher.
Ye if asVAaracy of the several oountle
tt eUU ol Ullnol are requested to
d delegates to tat contention to be
Mi a Springfield, Illinois, THURSDAY,
ilTB DAT Or APRIL, 1878, at U
eaioek at., for tb purpoio or nominating
hm oudidaU for tbt offlc ot ute us
rr, ua on ondldU for the offieo of
tete rtperlntendent of public Instruction
to transact mch other bueines as may
oae before It. The leverel oountlei ere
entitled to the following representation,
baaed epon the vote for government In
. , Vote for tow- no.
, OS) ..,.
jo Daviess........ ............... S.S75
Ijc . .......
Logan .,.. ...
Krio ...... ........
Me Lean...... -
Perry ..... ...
TotaU..- .275.264 US
, CYRUS U. McCOBJUCK,
x v Chairman.
The committee uoanimounly recomend to
the democracy of the northern grand dlvl
elon end eecond appellaU district, that
; thiy hold their convention, for the pur
pof of nominating clerki ot the aurpreme
tad appellate eourte, for Mild division and
dUtriot, M Jollet, on Thursday, April 18,
i 'And for the central grand divulon and
bird appellaU oUulci, that tie delegate
appointed from said division end district,
to the state convention, to meet in conven
tion at Bpriogneld, on the day satd state
convention is held, at 10 a. m., for the pur
pose ot nominating clerks ot the surpreme
'aid appellate eourte lor said divUion and
, And for the southern grand division and
. fourth appellate district, that they hold
; their convention at Centralia, Thursday,
' May 18, 1878, for the purpose of nomlna
: liag clerks ot the surpreme and appellate
eourte, tor said division and district,
, Thos. Shirley, Secretary,
C B. McCormick, C. V. floilei,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. P. Uoodard, B. F. fiurgen.
1. R. E, Uodell, 11. if. M. Busb,
8, Tbomaa Bnirley,
4V. Uichard Uisaop,
18. J. A. Mallorv,'
1. John VY. Smith,
16. VY. Cochrane,
16. L. B. l'rons,
17. U. C. Uerke,
18. T, r. Bouton,
e. f . u. juisb,
,.J. a. Drake,
7. W. A. SUele.
8. J. Duff,
8. W. T. Davidson,
1W. 8. z. Landes.
10. George Edmunds.
l-o clsrk bupbimi court, a. o. d.
' wuaautlwrlMd 10 aanuuaoe R. k. 1). W1L
BANKS, o Waahiinrioa (Jouoiy, ai a canlictale
.,u.rkof the euoreme Court, .Southern tirand
DitUIob, illinolt, tubjoct to the deoiiion ol tbe
Dasnocmile oumjoauog oammittee, to be Dtld
MtWamOia, May wa, we, 2277s
tOB CLERK OF THB APPILLATB COURT
rOtaia uiiiivi) ibunuu,
" iva ara authorized to aanounot HAROIN
CARS? ot Cerlyle, Cllatoa oouoty, ai a caudidat
L..urtaf iat A.DbelUte court, fourth ditutcl.
Illltai atthjeet 19 Uw dacision ot the Democratic
. Wn'ate aethorUed lo announce W. C. Le-
Mull M Eftnirham Ivounty. as a oaadieue
OwalarkOI (he AiNMltaui Court, fourth district,
IJlnoTe. uhjeet w h deoiitoa of the Utuio
Xtlte eoaveotion called to nwet at Ceitralla,
, tarji batfaen England tad Rusela bow
' -jut iberltRble. England lniieU on her
) V-L jl tnd la determined to carry her
ax are to war, and order have been
r3t1 to the British fleet la the sea of
I r uaI 'vital nsanttiiaiiai mnA
; i i a or e jjj pBUVI piauv fvniruvt msj bmiu
rlanelle, and It la announced that on
, jftoodaj, a proclamation
1Z.-b BrltUh reserves will be
- all Lhli la cotnx on In
, rjaasia la firm and raiuiea to
a tVj caaoeealoiil demanded by her,
-yjx CTOG&oa ot alUiri tt la difflcolt
--Viahol tfma0MbeaT0lo Prpo tne wooonw scientific -'
huny.dayi wa may expect j JM Around orld, tad also tbe
tJ, i the drat bos tilt guni have j
Capt. THOMAa Is gelnlng etrength at a
Radical eedldate tor eongresi and will go
Into the nominating convention . with a
number of oountlei instructed for him.
But then be will be heaten at tbe noils, of
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
front Our Ketfular Correspondent. I
Washington, D. C, March 29, 1878.
Senator HUI yesterday spoke on tbe
term ol tettlement betweeu the Kovero
ment and the Paclflo railroad, lie take
the tame ground a Senator Matthews, In
oppoltlon to a bill prepared and reporti
ed by tbe senate judiciary committee.
Senator Thurman briefly replied. Sena
tor Bailey speaks on the subject to-day,
and there is a prospect that nearly every
senator will be drawn Into the discussion.
Tbe theory ot the senate bill is that new
terms may be Imposed upoft the road,
and that, to protect the government in
the advances of bonds made to the road,
new terms are necessary.
The senate committee on
. yOREION AFFAIRS
has restored to the consular and diplo
matic bill, most of the Items of eipeudl
ture struck out by the house, and restor
ed all salaries to the old standard. By
and by there will be committees of cud
lerence, aud the house will yield. There
Is no good reason why the house should
yield. It uilKbt with propriety have re
duced expenses in that braucn ot the
public service much more than it did.
But it liatitt way ot yielding to the aciiaU;.
That habit cut down a Democratic ma
jority ol seventy iu the 44ih congress to
kit iu the 45tU, and coat the party tens
ol thousands of voters turoughuui the
etaleJ. Voter very uutu rally inquire
what advantage there is in substituting
one party tor another if one Is as profli
gate in its expenditures as the other is.'
Senator Blaine, perceiving his mistake
in eyen Indirectly opposing the payment
of the fisheries award, on Tuesday said
that as we were bound in honor to
pay it, but he spoke forcibly against
allowing the present state of thiugs
to continue, as we might have
nye years again be called upon to pay
as great a sum, and then, as now, with
out receiving any considerable benefit iu
return. The senator has made a study
ol our northern relations, and U a
special senate committee Is to be ap
pointed to consider them, as seems de
sirable, he should be its chairman. In
the house, if like action is taken, Ste
phens of Georgia, Glover of Mlsrouri,
Potter of New York or Eden ol In
diana, seems likely to receive the honor.
The object of tbe proposed committee is
of course to bring about a better under
standing and closer commercial relations
between the people on the two sides of
the line. Before long, Senator Blaine
thinks, that line will be obliterated and
the committee, If rightly made up, may
hasten tbe day.
Two Pennsylvania Republican repre
scnUUvaa aav that Haves and Sherman
deceived them the other day about an
appointment. Tbe wonder is that two
Intelligent men we will suppose them
Intelligent men allowed Hayes and
Sherman to deceive them. Unless we
put come sort of faith In men they can
not deceive us. Senator Hamlin, when
he was deceived by the same party, had,
so tar as Hayes was concerned, the ex
cuse that he had no acquaintance with
the man and had a right to think him
honest. That was on the 4th ot March,
1877. Tbe senator then swore on a stack
of reports of the senate post office Com
mittee that he would never go near tbe
white house again. Tbe two represen
tatives, from Pennsylvania have learned
by examples like this, and they are very
numerous, that it is ot no use to expect
fair treatment from the administration.
The pope in bis allocution Thursday
said tbe loss ef the temporal power ren
dered the tree exercise ot spiritual power
It is reported that tbe Chicago and
Kbck Island railroad company will build
a branch Irom Atlantic through Audu
bon and Shelby counties, Iowa.
The Japanese embassy, numbering
fifty-elgbt persons, including the presi
dent ot tne exhibition commission, ar
rived at Marsatlles, France, yeeterday.
The valuation, on a cash basis, ot
the city ot Detroit, is less this year by
$13,750,000 thau last, when it was $1,
000,000 lower than the preceding year.
Frank McDonald, local freight agent
ol the Northern railway of Canada, at
Toronto, has absconded, being a de
tanker to the extent of $3,000 or $4,000.
General Tannis, who at Port an
Prince, Uaytl, attempted to revolt, and
carry arms against the government of
President Canal, has filed and secreted
himself In tbe Siberian consulate.
The congressional committee on
commerce has decided to recommend an
appropriation of $1,300,000, In the river
and harbor bill, tor the improvement ol
the Mississippi river below the Fall of
St. Authony, In Minnesota.
-Yesterday silver was purchased In
London to the amount variously stated
at from $750,000 to $1,500,000 for ship
ment to New York. Five hundred
thousand dollars la silver bars were
among yesterday's imports at New
A special to the Galveston (Tex.)
Mui from Fort Davis says the grand
jury at El Paso has found 285 indict
ments. Judge Black hat demanded the
extradition of 130 more Irom Mexloo.
No reply hu yet been received to tbe
demand made one month ago tor citizens
ol Mexloo who were In the mob.
The president has approved t ie act
to authorize the granting of an American
register to foreign-built ship lor the
purpoMOt the vYooortiaT tuieatltio ax-
VproprUtloo. for ,or,nc
tloni and other
War Between England and
ait Atmoat Certain.
lloilt Nntlnoe Weliia Heady for (he
"1t. Louts Republican Cable Special.)
!NDON, March 30, C a. tn.-Englaud'a
blood is up. and unless Russia humiliates
herself to an unheard-of degree nothing
can avert war. It has been shown In
these dispatches that war wa- merely a
question of time, though the
hitherto has been that England intended
delaying decisive action tor several
months in tbe hope of exhausting Rus
sia's finances in tbe meantime. But the
tatlure of the negotiations lor the con
tress, owing to the unexpected ftrmuoss
of Russia, has precipitated warlike
movements on England's part. Orders
have been sent to tbe British admiral
command. UK the Mediterranean iluet
iu the sea of Marmora to patrol
DaKDA.NKI.I.M AND BOSPHOROUS
with or without Turkish cousent, and
to use such pressure iu unison with the
British minister at Cuustantiuople as to
toroe the porte to resist the demaudl
and encroachments ot the Russian grand
duke. Sbouit Turney acquiesce It is
hoped to be able to keep tbe Russians
and UoBphoroua until
ran arrive iioui Malta and Enlgftiid. Ah,
arrtuiKeuicuU lor embarking 3U.0UU men
at CbaUiAUi, PorUmuulu auU Plymouth
have been completed aud wiluiu fifteen
days they can be diseuibaiked at Galli
poli. There are also 12,000 men at
Malta ready tor active service, not in
cluding the men that
CAN' BE SPARED
Irom the fleet. There is very high autbs
ority tor saying that ugiaud will Im
mediately act exactly as it war weie cer
tain within ihecoiuiug mouth without
regard to Russia's actum. Then it Rus
si by any putsibility should back down
WAR WILL UH AVKRIBD.
but il, as is most probabieirtussia replies
to Kugland's lueauacea by equally vigor
ous measure, it may be expected that
two weeks will hardly elnpse 'ere the
first hostile guns are tired. As tor Tur
key, her rights or wLshes will be
absolutely unheeded by the Kntflisb.
She will be gladly
ACCKPTKD AS A.N ALLlg
uut she will have no liberty ut acUon.and
whether she sides with England o Rus
sia, her late will be equally certain. It is
probable that Germany will induce Ami
trla to take a large slice ol I uikey iu re
turn tor remaining neutral as regards
England and Russia, aud In that event
there is less reason to lear a
GhNEKAL bUKOPKA.N WAR,
than il Austria should become involved.
Thai war is certain is a loregoue conclu
sion here anions! all classes. It is use
less to recapitulate all tho warlike pre
parations in progress, but it may give
some idea ot their magnitude to know
that there are elahtesa powerful iron
PREPARING F0K SKA
in English dock-yards, most of which
will be ready tor service in April. Several
private steamers have been purchased tor
me as troop-ships during the last two
days and they are ordered to be ready
for sea in ten davt. As evidence ot
to the probability of war the price of
tresh meat has risen two pence per
pound since yesterday morning, and
other necessaries ot lite have also risen In
price. This is doubtless partly due to
tbe terrible storm which swept oyer
England yesterday threatening immense
damage to crops. The outlook here is
regarded as of
THE GLOOMIEST DESCRIPTION,
but there Is no doubt that a majority of
the nation are anxious for war. Lord
Salisbury will succeed Lord Derby as
foreign minister. The queen's message
will be read In parliament on Monday,
but debate thereon will not take place
Engiand'a Oooble-liealiata; Kvidcatee
ia (.vdiibs; anuria.
London, March 26, 5 a.m.- Little can
be staled witn certainty in regard to the
situation in Europe, except that hopes ot
the mating oi tne congress are the
minimum, and warlike rumors Increase
in number and strength every day. It
is believed in rtt. Petersburg!! that Eng
land is unable to make good her pro
mises to both Greece and Turkey, and
that she is tberetore auxioua to avoid
entering the congress, here tier double-
dealing wouiu oe exposed. For
tins reason it is considered
that England intends going to
war eventually anyhow, and the Rus
sians are becoming very indignant at ber
childish objections In entering the con
gress. Besides, they are now tolerably
certain that England can get no allies,
and tberetore is much less to be feared
than sheras a month ago when Austria
was showing signs ot Joining England.
Gen. Ignatleff will arrive In Vienna to
day, and there is little reason to doubt
that he is empowered to make suoh con
cession to Austria aa to avert any con
flict with that country. A Vienna cor
respondent telegrapns that a prelimi
nary agreement between Russia and Aus
tria has already oeen reached, and that
Gen. Ignatleff will merely atop on his
way to Constantinople to confirm the
agreement. His visit to Constantinople's
la also regarded as sigmucant and It is
feared here that an endeavor will be
made at once to Induce Turkey to make
a close alliance with Russia. There M
the best authority tor aaylng that
should the congress tail to
meet England will maintain her
present attitude or armed watchfulness,
continuing preparations lor the war
which must eventually break out. She
oan easily carry on tuck a policy for an
Indefinite period, while Russia would be
under far greater expensea beaidet being
ooiigea to evacuate ner position in i ur
kay at the end ot three months accord
ing to the treaty of San Stefano, It la
idle to Imagine, however, that Russia
would remain under such constraint,
tluos she would not only be threatened
with bankruptcy, bat also with loaa of
all tbe advantages gained In the recent
war. The beat InforauMl diplomat be
Have that the eongresi must net before
Hay or war will break out eoon attar
that month If not before. Both nations,
however, have been bluflliie heavti
I without ooninf tn blow, 1
heretofore and It la possible thsy aw
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Comer 8th Street and Commercial Ave.
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Dry Goods, Soots , and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line of Carpets, Mattinga, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
ihli. i. i. i vr . i r u
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Our Stoi k embrace everything needed in
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MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to aupply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offleeoa wban ooat, foot of Sixth street.
OOloe of UaUldey Brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dnrnp, foot of Thirty-eignth street, or
Post OSce drawer 30U
Under this act, soy person who served fotir
teen days or part ioipated la one battle, la tbe
war Ol isi'J, li entitled to a pension ol tn per
mon h from date of approval of aot. Widows of
auohsoldien aa have Uie4 after similar aervioe,
no matter what was the date of marriage to the
soldier, are entitled to the same petition, ho
Other parti ate aluKled.
All 1812 pensioners dropped from tbe rolls on
account of alleged disloyalty are restored by
Applications must be eiecuted before an ofll
eer of a court of iecor4.
Bend to iu for any information or blanks
needed. (ilLMOHII A CO.,
No. -., N. W. Washington, D. C.
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tztract irom the true, select Fruits and
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UJ great nrtngm ana perrec pvnig,
jxo pmsonvut vim. avcry iitrr twrtf
tetfnted. No deceit taen bottle fuU
mtatire, holding one-half more than
etheri purporting to hold same quantity.
of inem once, win use no omer. in
meet delicate, dclicioui flavor $ ever made.
do superior to me cneap extracts, jlsi
for Dr. Priri'a flneclal FlAVorinca. Ifan
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Depots, CHICAGO aad ST. LOUIS
Uanufatturere of Dr. Priee'e Cream
, amm tbm rmmr mebt ur uts,
Ubersl terms tn A note and the Trad
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Addnss,oioYEB a baieb AK.oa
' 1 ' ' 1M lUMa.ChlOaM.ri
vojrjra cur mm madmi
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Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Chlldren'i Shoes, Gents' Boot aud Shoes
Onuil.1 attanrlnn orivArl tn CoUHtTV trade
oovii one..,.- , -
the City or Country, In Groceries or Ury
our yooua auu unuco j" "
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
ladies' and Cents',
C. O. D.
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fOR DOMESTIC U8I.
WITH TABLE AND FIXTURE COM
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and durable machine, constructed elegant
and soldld, from the bent material with
mathematical precision, tor constant fami
ly use or manuMciurinir purposes. ai
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a generation with moderate care; easy to
unueiDutna anu manage; iiguu, ntuuouie auu
swift running, like the weiwreguiatea move
ment of a tine watcb; simple, compact, efll
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provements to be fonnd in the bigbest
prlced machines, warrantetlto do the same
work the same way, and aa rapidly and
smoothly as a 7i machine. An acknowl
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skill, essentially the working woman's
friend, and far in advance of all ordinary
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ft, shirr, plait, fold, scollop, roll, embroid
er, run up breadths, etc.. with wonderful
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strongest lasting stitch equally fine and
smothe through all kind ot goods from
cambric to several thicknesses of rroai!
cloth or leather with line or coarse cotton
linen, silk or twine. Gives perfect satisfac
tion. Will earn it cost severs! times over
in a season in the work It does, or make
rood living tor anv man or woman who
desires to une it for that purpose works so
faithful and easy the servant or cniidren
can use it without damage. Trice of ma
chine, fully equipped tor family work, with
light table, reduced to only (20. Half Cae,
Cover, Bide Drawers ana Cabinet Styles
each at correspondingly low rate. Sale
delivery guaranteed free from damage
Explanatory pamphlets illustrated with en
gravings ol the several stvles of machines
references, variety of sewing, etc, mailed
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teachers, business men, traveling or local
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The only Boad Bunnina; Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
12:10 p.m. Kant Express, arriving In St
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Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:80, a.m.: Lout.
vtUe, 8:2ft, a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:16 a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
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cago at 4.80 p.m. Connecting at Odin
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FAST TIME EAST
Passenger by tbl Una go through to
the East without any delay eaused by
' Sunday Intervening.
The PATUKDAY AKTBHNOOM TBATJf
j FROM CAIRO ABHIVBH IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MORNINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
or ANT OTlittU KOUTK.
Advarttiemenu of eompatlns; line that
thsy make better time thai tbl one, ara
are Issued either through tgooranoe er a
desire to mislead tb public -t'or
through UoksU aad Information,
tpply at illlaol Oaotral B. B. Depot, Cairo.
TEaiM AMtva AT OalaO '
totaa.i.iiiiiii.w m.miwiiinmhii iioa e.m
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Paints-All Colors Bsadj lor
Signal Oil, Neatf oot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Olaaa
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tkn kact In I Ian Pannt (lAms
I HO ucoi III woe. . i avin mviih
and Mftaaurlnn Force Pumt).
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
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHDJE
"Last week I bought a 10 cent package of Washlne and done my washing In one halt
the usual time at les than bait the cost ol Boap. My clothe were whiter. 1 did not
have to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolons, and for once I wa enabled to get a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladle try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It is
perfectly safe to use It. MRS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINX AT DABCLAY'8.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden Lion Cologne-0' gS&ST"
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 ' 1
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 Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic, n. :.;
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, ; 7; ,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Palish
Pure Imported flay Itam, Hpleudld and Tar
Noap Englltth and American ftoapkFiae !;
ported Handkerchief JRxtracU la ' rlgl- -'v
nal Dottles or In Broken ,0jjintJ'","'r.'
ties aa wanted at low price.
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Sclentlflo
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Inourance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Cars and Hotels.
t-TjLnk " .4
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
SI I' .,'
At Eaiolayo' Dxus Oioro,