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ODcm, Editor and Publisher,
WaWeriicy f the several counties
tut of IUlnola are requested to
end delegates to i state contention to be
bold at Springfield, IUlnoU, THURSDAY,
the Un DAT OF APKIL, 1878.. at 12
o'clock at, for the purpose of nominating
on candidate lor tha office of state tress-
War, and one candidate ior the office of
atate superintendent of publlo instruction
and to tranaact such other business aa may
eome before it. The moral countiea are
entitled to the following representation,
baaed upon the vote for government In
Vote for Slew- So.
art In 1076. Dei.
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Hisuy .,.., M.
IroquoU .h...M, .........
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........ M.M. H..
, ,n. , r Chairman.
The committee unanimously recomend to
the democracy ot the northern grand dlfl
slon and second appellate district, that
they hold their convention, for the pur
pose of nominating clerks ot the surpreme
and appellate courts, for said division and
district, at Joliet, on Thursday, April 18,
1878; ..- r -
And lor the central grand division and
bird appellate district, that the delegate
appointed fronj aeid dlrislon and district,
to the state convention, to meet In conven
tion at Springfield, on the day said state
convention is held, at 10 a. m for the pur
poje of nominating clerks of the surpreme
and appellate courts for laid division and
And for the southern grand division and
fourth, appellate district, that they hold
their convention at Centralis, Thursday,
May iG 1878 'or the purpose of nomina
ting clerks ot the surpreme and appellate
courts, tor aald division and district,
The ratio of representation in said con
vention! to be the same as in the state con
vention. THOB.SnrJU.Y, Secretary,
C. H. McCormlck, C. 1. Holies,
j. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. P. flooOard, . , B. F. Burgen.
-1 ; t PISTBICTS.
1. B. t. OodeU, Jl. J. M. Bush,
; 2. Thos E.Courtney, 11 H. 1' Shumsy,
8, Thomas Shirley, 15. J. A. llallory,
4. Richard Bishop, H. JohnVT. Smith,
b, F. H. Marsh, - 15. W. Cochrane,
c! J. 8.JPrake, , , 10. L. B.rarsons,
7. Yf. A. Steele. 17. 1L C. Gerke,
8. J. Duff, 18- T. F. Bouton,
d W. T. Davidson, 19. 6. Z. Lando,
10.' George Edmunds.
t'O CLMXL SVTXXMH COCET, 1. 0. D.
are autberttad to announce R. A. 1). WIL
n AN K8. of WeeluBKU County, a candidate
'.., l.L' th. Nuurrme Court. Southern (jrand
KK,vXn. UUB4rt. to the doi,iog of tha
I !-nw'ie Bominatioi committee, to be beld
ilniralla, star -
MB CWB Of TH APPILtATI COUBT
lOOBXH IIHTICT, ILLINOIS.
w are authorised to announce I UAItDIV
ABJt of 4riyle. CUatoa county, at a candidate
JaIZllV1l wurt, fourth dUtrict,
SfiililTl aubiecl to the declalon ot tl.e ilemocratie
'Jilaikd to maei at Untralia, May lota,
: wl ata authorised to announos W, C. Le.
r foi,nvlw Unlk1" County, a a oandieau
9pni Court, fourth dlatrict,
'"T, "Ir nLZlTti decision of tha ixuio.
iroiVStte. called to mm at Cei.la,
rrr aut done by the late frosts in
oottloia aOesJlrml tad Northern Ullnou
TLt a" -t aj WM at firit nppoMd.
Jl0ww-,7ptthe fruit buds escaped
.frw tbey suffer; and the
llox. J. E. Dktrick of HunJoIph
country, has not yet made up his mind
whether he will allow hla name to be
used before the Radical nominating con
Tentlou as a candidate lor congress, lie
docs not want to bo "set up to be knock
Tiik following are the receipts aDd
disbursements of the state treasury ior
ths month ot March :
State KTeau funJ - 33cll 00
Htata school luud. li,H7l (
State miliiarr funi 44
Unknown aud Bilnor hem' fund 40 17
Local bond luud i,H3 tfJ
State rt venue fund
I n know n and minor beirt' fund....
Looal bond fund...
The estimates of the condition and
prospects ol the crop) of the present year,
just completed by .the statistician of the
agricultural department at Washingntoo,
furnish a most encouraging outlook. A
Washington special summarizes the report
as follows: "The reports from '00 corre
spondeuU of thedepartment show that the
cereal expansion which, during the past
ten years baa represented an increase of
50 per cent., will Ibe present year exceed
that of all fomcr years. The prospects of
winter wheat, which amounts to siztenths
of the whole crop accepted as a basis of
estimats, allowing a fair average to the
spring wheat crop, the yield will reach
3C0,000,0C0 bushels. The corn yield, it Is
thought, will not be less than 1,300,000,000
bushels. The prospect or a renewal of
hostilities in Europe has induced farmers
to give increased attention to cereal proiluo
Gbn, Johm A. Lot; an has taken up the
per cent claim ol Illinois against the
United States. lie has made an argument
before the commissioner of the lund Office
in substance as follows: "The state ol
Illinois has a just and legal claim against
the United States, by law required to be
stated and paid by the general land offloe
of the United States, founded on the fact
that congress in the act of admission into
the Union, did agree for a good and ade
quate consideration, to use twoper cent. 0
the sales of the public lands within said
state to make public roads leading to the
state, and has In no proper sense pet formed
said eontrsot; snd in retaining the two per
cent' in the treasury, upon mere quibbles,
keeping the state out of this amount, and
paying to other states under the same law
under which Illinois claims this, Is unfair
and unjust and withheld arbitrarily."
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
From Our Ucgular Correspondent. I
Washington, D. C, April 3, 1878.
SEri'BLICAX SENATORIAL CACCL'S
on Saturday night no determination as to
party action upon the case of Mr. Hayes
was reached. Coakllng did not attend,
nor did David Davis. It is understood a
proposition to send a committee t j reason
with Hayes was lost, but that those sena
tors who have voted with the administra
tionthat Is to sustain nominations
will call at the white house soon and talk
over matters. Those dyed-in-the-wool
Republican senators and representatives
who have been a part of the party lrora
the first, and who have stuck to it
through evil and good report, without
wavering, have become convinced that,
as things now are, they are steadily losing
ground. A tew. like Hamlin, have aN
ways been In fivor ot open warfare upon
Hayes and the administration, believing
that In that way tho next house of re
presentatives could bo carried, but that
it Hayes continues to bo recognized as a
member ot the party aud its ofllctal
WOULD BB A STAJII-EDB
of the more radical voters of the party
and Democrats would have not only the
senate but the whole of the lorty-sixth
congress. There will certainly be ans
other caucus soon, which will be general
ly attended by Republican members of
both houses, and at about that time there
will be music in the air.
It cannot be said that tho Democrats
are doing all they should to mnke
SURE OK THEIR FUTURE.
Excellent work has been mapped out,
however, and there Is ogam a prospect,
as there was two months ago, that the
majority ot the houso will push through
many reformsand many reductions of
Investigations now on foot promise to
show ;how over a vast extent of tne
country, the matter ot contracting for
transporting the malls, has been a mono
poly in the hand of
a raw RINGS
which hayc bcn able by their familiarity
with the business, by chivalry and by
downright dishonest practices, doubt
less when a resort to them seemed ne
cessary to virtually silence all competN
tlcn and secure to themselves all the big
lut Jobs. Subordinate olllcials have
often heretofore been detected In collu
slon with the shapcrs supplying the
needed data for hundreds of straw bids
and without whose aid their acceptance
would have been very improbable.
These have, of course, been punished by
dismissal and, when the evidence Justi
fied, made to feel the weight ot more poa
sltlve penalties. But It seems quite 1ml
possible under the system in vogue, to
guard the department from the constant
impositions which it suggests; and
many moderately paid under olllcials
find It difficult no doubt to resist tho
made to their cupidity by success! ul bid
ders who an afford to pay haudsomcly
from the large profits assured by sub
letting, varying from a small up tt CO
per cent or even more, for the assistance
they are able to render in their official
capacity. A radical change In the sys
tem seems Indicated by our experience
so as to avoid these and other source of
loss to the government and corruption ot
Its employes. McUarrahan and the New
Idlra Mining Company have renewed tho
old fight la dead earnest before the ten
ate cotntnltlc on public lands. 01 course
the latter has nine points ot the law In
Its favor, In its possession ol the little
plat of coveted territory. The lljrht Is
waged with U the cunning and finctu
that can be brought to bear by tbo em
ployment of tha most emincut legal
ability obtainable-on McGarrahaa's
side on a contingent iw. liUcly. With
the publlo the contest long ago came .to
HEOARDED AS A DOI1K
which ha8no possible interest aside from
the cost Imposed by u rehearing at
every succeeding session of congress. It
seems to be the impression everywhere
outside the limited circle on one or the
other side hoping to be benefitted by the
decision that more than enough of the
time that should be devoted to matters of
public moment, has been wasted in try
Ing to determine the validity of a title
which in case ot neither contestant seems
based on a foundation much better than
mere assertion. Nk.mo.
A CIMC1UO STORY.
A Chicago telegram dated April 1st,
states that two English gentlemen are in
the city, aud have agents throughout the
west for the purpose of buying 20,000
horses ostensibly lor street cars In Scot'
land and England ; but judging by the
character ol the animals they select they
are Intended for more more aclive move
menls than lor draft purposes. They
have bought 500 there and will begin to
ship within two week9.
A DKCRKASK OK $2,1:1,01 1.
Washington, April 2. The public
debt statement for March shows a de
crease in debt (or the month ot $2,313,i
CU, and the follow ing bitluiicts In the
Ourren-y 7M '
Special fund lor the rednopiion of
lraciional currency I .Ohhkjo
Special dt'puiite ol legal tenders tor
t he rcuemi uonoi certiuoaicsoi iie-
Coin T. 1,3o7,li"i
(incluilinKColn certificates -'7,?l,llJ")
Outstanding legal tenders 1147,648,711
The reduction ot debt for, March and
since July 1st, 1877, includes ;S'9,o53,8(0
Geneva award bonds cancelled.
coinaok in march.
' The coinage ot the Philadelphia mint,
during March, was 29,220 gold pieces,
I, 153,700 silvtr.;tinchiding l.COl.uOO ot
the new silver dollars, anil 600 base coin,
representing a valuation of $1,750.32S,
cartkr Harrison's hill.
Washington, April 2. Hon, Carter
II. Harrison's bill to provide for a more
efficient civil service provides that there
shall be created a new department ot
government called the department ot
civil service, to consist of dye commis
sioners, who shall be appointed by the
president, provided, however, no more
than three commissioners at any one
time holding such positions shall be ap
pointed lrotti any ono political party.
Their terms of ofllce shall be ten years,
one to go out ot oliice eveiy two - years,
and at their first meeting they shall
draw for their respective terms, and the
commissioner drawing the shortest term
shall be the head of tho department,
and thereafter the commissioner
holding the shortest term shall
be such head. On tho expiration of of
llce by any commissioner, or in case of
death, etc., the term of office ot the com
missioner appointed to 1111 such vacancy
shall expire two years alter the expiration
of the term then longest to run. The
salary ot tbo head of this department
shall be $5,000 per annum, and of each of
the other commissioners $4,000, It shall
be tho duty ot said board to prescribe
the qualifications requisite for appoint
ment into the several branches cf the
civil service, aud examine all applicants
for appointment. The bill further pro
yides that no assessment shall be levied
upon any ofllcer of the United States for
political purposes, and that the payment
of any such assessment shall because tor
immediate dismissal from service.
For all cases ot coughs, colds, eore
throat, etc., use Dr. Bull's cough syrup.
Grain in Etoro.
Chicago elevators, as per official re
turns, coutain 1,127,438 bunhels ot wheat;
724,1)83 bushels of corn ; 220,311 bushels
ot oats ; 109,074 bushels of rye, and 54U,
060 bushels ot barley, making a grand
total of 2.79S.002 bushels, against 2.518,
293 bushels one week ago, and 8,970,808
bushels at this period lat year.
Milwaukee warehouses are stored with
533,002 bushels of wheat; 4,999 bushels of
corn ; 44,073 bushels or oats ; 85,087
bushels ot rye, and 410,089 bushels of
Sew York and Brooklyn warehouoes
contain l,u7t),000 bushels of wheat; 4:)U,s
000 bushels or corn; 910,000 bushels of
oats; 108,000 bushels of rye, and 372,000
bushels of barley.
Visible supply of grain In the States and
Canada on the 23d ult. : Wheat, 7,508,41!)
bushels ; corn, I5,72S,4G2 bushels ; oats.
2,539,250 bushels; barley, 2,583,133
Exports from the leading seaboard
porta last week include: 02,000 barrels
of flour; C57.000 bushcU of wheat;
1.038,000 bashels of corn ; 7,700 bushels
of oats; W.OOO bushels ot rye; 40,800
bushels of barley ; 0.000 barrels of pork;
8,200,000 pounds of lard, and 9,905,000
pounds ot bacon.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on band a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC..
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
J im No. 08 Ohio Iicvee
aJllafai 1 P.1'1 Ul oo. Aa nU. surer Ux
iw sus AUZ" t an, lAkis, aUt
OUR MOTTO: " The Best Goods at the Low est Price-
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
Dry Goods, loots 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, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' boots,
This stock Is entirely Ntfw and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trado.
Oar Sto4 k embraces everyihinrr needed in the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
UiXHig. ('lease give us a call, examine our goods and nrlces before you buy.
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or In hogshead, 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 whan boat, toot of Buth street.
Oliice of llalliilav Hrothera. onnnaiut
LgypUan Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Damp, foot of Thirty-eighth street,
I'oit Ofllce drawer 300
Under this act. anv rxrunn whn uiral four
teen days or uarlioiijatea in una battle, in tha
waroi 1812, is entitled to artennlon o nee
monh from date of approval of sol. Widows of
sucn soiaiera as havediei alter similar service,
no matter What was tha d.it nfmnrriam In Ihn
soiuier, are entitle 1 to tile tame pension. SO
Oilier parties are entitled.
All Mi pensioners ilmnn-d from the rolls on
account of alleged dislbfally ara restoied by
Applications must be executed before an ofll
cer ol a court of lecorii.
Bend to us ior any information or blanks
needed. tilLMOHK A CO..
No. W F-st N. W. Washmuton, D. C.
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
130 tv. Fourth St.,
Areauthor'rcd to receive advertisements lorthii
&apcr. Estimates farniened free upon application
end twoitampsfor our Advertier Manual.
A (neat Improvement I A sooihing, healing,
on the ordinary porous itrengthenlni; and bain
plaster. lulling agent In on.
The manufacturers rweiv'd the highest and only
award given to Porous Plasters at ths Centennial.
We warrant Benson's Ca peine Plasters to be SIH
perior to all other 1'oiout plasters and to all lini
ments. Ask Those Who
Ask any physician if Henion'a Capclne Porous
Piaster is not the beet plaster in the World. This
remarkable article was invented to overcome tha
great objection always faund to the ordinary Po
rous Plaster of slow action in bringing relief.
For Lame and Weak Bach, Ubeumatism, Troii-
b eg nl'llifl Mnln nnrl Ivl.lnva i, ia won
derful remedy. Physicians everywhere rrg-
nize us great superiority toother romus Plan
ters anil til -II llnlmonf. I, .utlMVM naln a.
once and cures quioker than any known plaster,
There are dangerous and worthless imnntations
of llensou'a Capcine Plaster in the market, The
genuine havetlie word Ca peine cut tbrou.u eacu
plaster. Bold by all druggists. Price :46c.
B. P. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
KM Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, u. celebrated illumlnatl
Oorner Eleventh Street and Waahi
IJ l let Rat Wxliin-um tnl, C.Iran f IS. ' .11
hwta, Canal) . ami Spi.i DkauM. Nmlaal W-akawaa,
Hrrvma Uekllltr, niS Last Maak-od, pmnuMUy
cv4. Dr. U.I. imlai, il lufai. School. fcfcl .mi aa
IWvwTihai lb. Iml nrtW In 11 U.IU4 SUM. LA.
PIP. naslrfn, UMIiwii .11 KWM Ml uOTl, nil KarlM.
tan -iiMb biMbaa SwiS Into UM Sv MAR'
T4 K J fJl I m p-r. iueM.l. HAJtfflEO
laJUlnl aid swum,.. an4 Hit. (Aoa hm Ihmh ef Uri
t rassl, Sn. OmW f4ttin.ei.trt lis-uiacki trr Mwai. Onr
mmii) ih isd uiit4..ilal. h.ll.tl. I.awl. ink, Sis
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
li ni Cents.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Xo. 0, Eighth Street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Boad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Traina Leave Cairo
12 10 p.m. Fast Express, arriving in St.
Louis 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
Arriving! n Ctnclunati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, b:2S, a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:1B a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
OF AKT OTflZS BOUTS.
m. Fast aim witn sleepers attach
ed. for ST. LOUI3 and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Louis at 6:30 a.m. Chi-
caeo at 4.80 D.m. Connectlne at Odin
or Kfflnehsm ior Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fasKonL'era by this line go through to
The SAT UHUAY AFTEUNOON TRAIN
I.KHOM CAUtO AKKIVKS IN MKW
VORK MONDAY MoRMMO,
AT lO-. AB.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
' OF ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Advertisements of competing lines that
they make better time than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance er a
uestre to mislead tne puonc.
For through tickets and Information,
ippiy at Illinois central u. K. Depot, Cairo,
TBAIKS AKRIVa AT OAISO
txprcas 2:00 p.m
IslU - 4:00 a.m.
J AS. JOHNSON,
Gen'l Southern Agtj
J. U. JoS. Ticket Act.
FALL ZXT PHICES-
SECURE AN AGENCY AND
00 OR f 100 l'Elt WEEK,
"The Ever Ready and Never Out of Order"
FOR DOMESTIC USB.
WITH TABLE A ND FIXTURES COM
PLETE REDUCED TO
Orxlv Txvoratv SollAra
A perfect and unequaled, largo, strong
aod durable machine, constructed elegant
and sold Id, from the be.it material with
mathematical precision, tor constant fami
ly use or manufacturing purposes. Al
ways ready at a moment's notice to ds its
day's work, never out of order and will last
a generation with moderate care; easy to
understand and manage; light, smoothe and
swift running, like the well-regulatod move
ment of a fine watch; simple, compact, e in
dent and reliable, with all the valuable Im
provements to be fonnd In the highest
priced machines, warranted to do the same
work the same way, and as rapidly and
smoothly as a $75 machine. An acknowl
edged triumph of ingenious mechanical
skill, essentially the worklog woman's
friend, and far in advance of all ordinary
machines for absolute strength, reliability
and general usefulness; will hem, tuck, fell,
seam, quilt, bind, braid, cord, gather, rul
lis, shirr, plait, fold, scollop, roll, embroid
er, run up breadths, etc., with wonderful
rapidity, neatness and ease; sews the
strongest lasting stitch equally tine and
tinotho through all kinds ot goods from
cambrla to several thicknesses of I road-
cloth or leather'with One or coarse cotton,
linen, silk er twine. Gives perfect satisfac
tion. Will earn Its cost several times over
in a season in the work it does, or make a
5ood living for any man or woman who
esires to use it for that purpose works so
falthlul and easy the servants or children
can use it without damage. Trice of ma
chine, fully equipped tor family work, with
light table, reduoed to only f -II. Half Case,
Cover, Side Drawers and Cabinet Styles
earth at correspondingly low rates. . Sale
delivery guaranteed free from damage.
Explanatory pamphlets Illustrated with en
gravings ol the several styles of machines,
references, variety of sewing, etc., mailed
free. Confident! l terms with liberal in
ducement! to enterpalslng clergymen,
teachers, business men, traveling or locai
agents, etc., who desire exclusive agencies,
furaisbed on application. Address John 11
Kendall & Co., ill Broadway, IS. Y.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Varnishes, Brashes, ' '
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-Ail Colors Rsidy for lis lm
Lard Oil. Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
-t -, St. v, 2. , i ?
The Elgin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted r.ot to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
MlffKWIIfM M A Wf
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evedcn. 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 WASBUNE
"Lut week I botipht a 10 cent package of Washlne and done my waxhlng in one hall
the usual time at les than half the cot ol Sonp, ily clothes were whiter. 1 did not
have to rub them, and it did not shrink my woolen, and for once I wis enabled to fet a
hot dinner on Monday. So ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It is
perfectly safe to use it. MRS. A.
5 and 10 cent Fsckeges. Buy WASHTNE AT BARCLAY'S.
Wholesale and Retail
Golden kion Cologne-- SSiSSg?
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 Sarsapariila 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 Brushe?
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported Hay Jtuui, Nplciulld-Canada Tttr
Noap Kngllsh and American Noapn- Fin Im
ported Handkerchief Extract. in origi
nal Ilottle or In Ilrokeu Quanti
ties unwanted at low price.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded 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 the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Oars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices. '
At Barclays' Drag Sioro.