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W. P. ScnccKEHS, Editor niul l'ublUlier.
OR CLKBK 81'1'RBMI COl'BT, S. ti.
V'c r aulhsrlMd to announce II. A. !
HAN Km. i,1 Wiuhiumon (JouDtv. a candidate
for Clerk of the Supreme Court
f Million, Illinois .ubject to the Uecndun of tbe
Itomoeratto noruiuitm ooniiuittett, to '
at Ccntralia, May K Ui, 1T.
POU CLERK Or TDK 1ITKI.LATK COVRT
FOURTH WttTICT, ILLINOIS.
W re uthorUel to announce : J I A 'I
CASK or Curlyle, Cliatoa county, aa J'
roierkofl Appllita court, fourth di.tr Ut,
TtllTWi. aubject to the decision ot the lienioi ratic
contention called to meet at Unlniua. Ma
We t authorized io announce W. C. I.c
CKORK, of fcrfinKbam County, iu cttnaiiatte
lW Clark or tha Appellate Court, fourth Uhtmt,
Illinois, subject to tin- decision of the liettio
cratio convention called to meet at tc-trana,
KIa ln.hlH7ri - 8
1IARTZELI.1 JOIJT RtSOlV-
Elsewhere in our colurnns w repro
Juce an editorial artlule from the luet is
sue of tho Vallev Clarion-the home
orjraoofMr. Hartell on that ffontie
mun'n proposed amendment to the 'Con
Mtution of the United States. Owinjf
t Its source, this somewhat remarkable
production will attract c.iurt.lrr.Vi: '
district. It Is a matter ol troiound re
ere t that this attack should originate in
t he "house of his Irlends" und llnd ex
pression in his own personal organ. The
Clarion characterizes Mr. JlartzoU's
proposition as "infamous" giving the
.quoted word additional emphasis by
putting it in small capitals. Further on
it speaks ot it as "a weak pandering to a
iliseawd public sentiment," and proceed
t rtbtike him lor permitting "himself to
be made the vchiele lor proposing the
t!iio'rmity.,, Now, We emphatically pro
tnt ajrainut the use ot this kind of Inn
jUHjre lit ilealiiit' wills .Mr. Hartzell's
proposition. It Is both cruel ami tin
provoked, Kr what dn"s trip text
'.Neither the United sfuita nor any --late
lint f n?ad i the war ot the rebellion1
ngalnxt tho government of the I rtted
Sutra shall ever assume or pay any claim
or dunlin i for low or ilaiiuige arislrj; out
of the takintr, use, cr deitrurtion ol any
property hy any person riij.'syfU' in the
military or naval service of tha United
- S. ate, within the HinitN of the Stttn en
gaged in t:iid relielliou.'
We cannot (nr I lie lite in discover the
lulainy contained in this proposition. It
h not at all patent to ordinary compre
h-ns o i, however plum it may be to tho
analytic mind of the editor of the Clar
ion, who, in bis ne w-born hostility to our
member, overlooks entirely the real
writs ol Hie proposed measure and the
patriotic motives ol its author. At first
blmli or iin-t, reading rather, every line
and letter ol the amendment is tervid
with the spirit ol loyalty and the loftiest
jwlrotisui ; it transtorni3, in the mind's
eye, the Constitution of Vim United
Mates into an immortal watchdog ot the
public purse by plucing a perpetual ban
m all claims against the government
oriuiiiatiii'T duriug the late rebellion in
the late rebellious States. Surely there
I nutliiug "inlamoue'1 in fill this, it is
quite true that the proposition dues not
bar that numerous clafs which has ro
cently thrust a few of its claim:-, as an
entering wedge, on Congress we refer to
tho.-ie loyal Pcnnfylvanians known as
' Gettyeburg claimant.-," wlio arc now
elamorlug in tho National halls ot legis
lation for payment ior dam age done a few
outbuildings by the army, when that
army was engaged in the arduous, and
now apparently t'aaukless, task of f aring
the claimants' houses ;md hides ; iu
doing this, it L obvious that a distinction
is drawn between tho loyal claimant ol
the loyal state and his loyal brother
south of Mason and iMou's line,
But, who besides the Clarion, believes
Mr. Hartzell intended to draw such a
line tot ween loyal claimants? He certain
ly did not mean it, and if his opponents
place a dlflerent interpretation upon his
language they should sutler the conse
quences of their own most lamentable
Ignorance. So far as "a weak pandering
to a diseased public sentiment" goes,
we defy the most acuto observer of pub
lic opinion to discover the iaintcst trace
ot a sentiment in favor of making a dis
tinction between loyal Northern and
Southern claimants anywhere- outside of
the Radical party. So the case of the
Clarion against Mr. Hartzdl (alls to the 1
ground, and we are forced to believe
I bat the, proposed amendment has been
used simply as a pretext by the
irentleman's organ to accomplish a pur.
pose at present hidden iu unfathomable
mystery. The attack will return to
plague its progenitors, and public sym
pathy will gush forth tor the Intended
victim. The proposition Itselt will
Bhare the fate ol its numberless and for-,
gotten predecessors "the sleep that
knows no waking" in a committee
schools at l.aoon, iu this state; Id lSb'7 he
was called to the chargo of t bo schools at
(ialvs, and In 1U wait elected school tup
tirintentlent ot Henry ;county; in jMi'l he
wa clcetcd president of the Slate Teacher'
association; in 1(1 the degree; of master
of arts was conferred upon hlra by Unix
college, ind In the same year be was elect
edup6riLtenduut of schools aKewauce.
In Ixus he was elected superintendent of
i-cbools at llloomink'ton, aed In 1ST! was
t ie.- ed Mipciintendent of public liMinc
t!un of this f Utt. In this capacity lis has
Meailiiy used all the power of the positiou
to return the school system to what It was
originally intended to be. II is nomination
by (lie convention, jestcrday, was a prop
er recognation of tho faithful t-eivlceora
csiahle and efficient o Hot r."
More Constitution Tinkering.
Kromthe V alley Llailon, 11th
Uuu. William llaruell, member ol con
gress liom this district, has Introduced
In the house, ajoiut resolution, propos
ing au amendment to the constitution ot
the United States. The text ot the pro
posed new article of the organic law is as
- "Neither the United Scales, nor any
State that engaged in the war of the re
bellion aaiust the government of the
United btates, shall ever assume or pay
uuy claim or demand lor loss or damage
arising out of the taking, tue or (lestrue-
. any iirnitt-rty ty ny peftioU eil-
gsged in (be military or naval service of
i lie United States, or uuder any author
ity thereof, during the late war ol the re
bellion, within tlie limits ot the states
engaged iu said rebillion."
Now, we have u very high respect and
esteem tor "our member," and we liavo
shown it on all proper occasions, as our
columns will bear witness.
line we have no sort of respect for any
such proportion as the ubove. '1'ne
'Clarion' will speak its mind on all suo
Iects plainly. And speaking plainly, we
can only characterize the propo-ioii as
It is a proposition to li It from the shoul
ders ot a principle all liability for the
acts ot the agent no matter though the
acts may have been done in obedleuce to
the direct commaiuls ot t tie pnaoi'xil.
Throughout all the States lately in rebel
lion l here were thousands of instances
where theepaulnttedollicers of the union
army, passing through, ruthlessly, wan
tonly lired peaceful dwellings, tnu prop
erty of widows and orphans, and non-
combatants, hacking furniture to pieces,
and laying waste the entire possessions
The inlaiuous dog, lieu. .1. M.Tnttle
of Iowa, in the last presidential cam
paign, preambulated the country, boa-ting
in Iiis public speeches ot thin sort of
vandalism. The United States govern
ment "owes it to its uignity, its r-'elf re
sped,-and to simple justice, that all well
ascertained cases ol wanton spoliation
snail be paid for.
The old constitution that was then the
law of the land, said that no person shall
' be deprived ot liie, liberty or property,
without due process ot law, nor shall
private property be taken lor public use
without jitsi eompemation.
The fourth sec'.mu of the 14th amend
ment to the constitution provided that
'neither the United States, nor any
state, shall assume or pay any debt or
obligation Incurred in a'd "of insurrection
or r'-bellion against the United States."
AU over the blood-drenched land of
the sunny south, where the war chariot
has left the dceo graven tracks of its
desolating march, there are hundreds ol
povertysstiickcn homes, where once was
wealth and every luxury widows and
orphans and dependent ones, who Joyed
tho union; and raised no hand or voice
agauitt it but whose all was swept
away by "persona engaged In the mili
tary service ot the Utiited States"
sometimes for use, and sometimes lor
the mere pleasure of destruction.
1 he tiring ana piunuer ot coiumina, r,
C bv Sheniim, the robbery of the banks
and private citizens of New Orleans by
Butler ; the wanton burning of homes
and Dlllairinir ol defenceless citizens by
Turchin and Tuttle, all should one day
be paid for by somebody, with interest,
and it the active willing agents cannot
jiay, the principal should be held respon
sible. Hartzell s resolution would cut
oil all redress from the poor unfortu
nates who have been made tho victims
of tho civil strife, and leave them utterly
without remedy for their wrongs.
The proposed amendment is a weak
pandering to a diseased public sentiment
and wo regret tnat tne niemner irom fiie
18th Illinois district should have allowed
himself to be made the vcchlclc lor pro
posing the enormity as a part of the or
iranic law of the land.
"Let justice be done though the Heava
ens iall." lo close the last door of re
dress to tho wronged and outraged citi .
zens who were this victims of the pillage,
plunder and destruction of scoundrels in
an honorable uniform, were an infamy
snd crowning abomination that even
Radicals have not proposed,
The following Cure Is probably the most
remarkable ever effected by n medi
cal preparation for the treatment of
fiiffcm, I licmnr rvrfifr that 1 tiave hrl fa
tirb lor Irn ynr. und lor the Iuki alt yr have
been a Irrrlbluiiiitleri'r. 1 1 renrlrea prtllly
nf, had tinzing- in the hear), pain eroa thr trin
pin, dirv cx-lU. weak n'l plnfnl r'c. iolli!ii
and ulri-rat'eo tonll, liaM ami ronntant eons",
evem pmn arrow the eln t, and every Indication
orcomMimptlon. My liad nclinl all tlw tune. In
mailir nfiinmlnttd o rapidly In my bfd and
throat tint I could not koeplhrmircc, Prequoiitly
at nnfht I mould uprlinr out of h.-'i, It u rincd to
mr, at the point of iinoeniion. I would then rmve
recourte lo i vrry Dicaiialn mf power tn dud1if
the inueim from my tliront ami had beforo bcmit
Klvlo lo Ik r Mvaln. For a pi-rlndnftli ye in in r
tonalla cro uleeraten and so iniirh Inflamed that I
eminent miriieoii iu rrirard to n operittlou on thni,
but at hi rciuent pntipniied it. The eonatant In
Itaniinalion Hiid ulceration fn my throat cmiaed bv
tho poiaonou matter dropplii,'iln-n from my head
bad aotrrliaied and Inflamed mvlunvathat I eouvh
cd IneeMantlv, a deep.hard rniiKh. Mnaiivrhilu
ley hvitein began toabow the effector tbia diaean-,
o that 1 lnat lleh. rew p:du,and almwi-d every
arinptom of an mrly death uycousuniption. Whi-n
riitittTihad reached tlilaxtnve, or al'onlalx moot In
hk", 1 ui'Kio the u-eol Kax fohd's IUmcii. ( uaa
foa CiTARKII. Alter ui!ar tlio flrt bottle I beiran
to Improve rapidly. The nrt doe aeemed tnelear
my bead u 1 hail not known It to be for yrara. It
eemed Kiaduully to arrest the ll-hart;r. (
to;;ed in'j co(; fu (' '". By nainx it a a
carKlel aoon reduei-d the Inflnmrnatlnn and awell.
lug cfiuytonalll.ao that they NKueeaaed tntroubM
me. Ttio aoreneaa across my ehuHt dlitappeured,
ttic butzing nolaes In tuy beHileeaaed.my aenai-a ot
teetua' andef liearlnjt wero eomplelrly restored,
and everv fvmptont ot dUea-'P that had reduced me
to the vt'-rue. of tlie krruvo dl ;ippenreil bv tlm ui
u Hsroau'a I(oirL t't iia kor Otarrii.
I have been thna riplleil beeanae, a di iicrlit,
t haveaeen airrt-at deal ol' atillcrln Irnui t AUi rh,
and bono to convince many Unit tlai la a grout
1 am familiar with tbe tre itme.nt of rntarrb n
praeiiwil by the bet plt,lelnui, and b.ive eoi.tulr
ed the tuoHt eminent uhoul my rae. I have uaed
i-vervklnd of remedy and apparatus that have up
..-nihi1 ilt.rtnir a iteriod ol all v, ..r pant, nnd li-u
wbllo follow! i. m their u, tak'-n arr-l eure of in,'
general health, nut obtained no relief oi-enconra'.
meittl'rorn niivof tlicni. "
Horox,I'eb. ;a it.i. (JEO, F. PDiS.MOKl".
Srrra.K,. Feb. St, 1?.
Tli'-u peraonallr appeared t'i fild tli-orK" F.
Pln-iinore, and mad'- oath tlnl Hit- loroKoinu atate
uitnl by hlni ubienni-ii r--ii". Il' for.- ine,
bETII .1. I'lln.NUS.JiKUceoitliePojce.
Kr'h pnettOBe eoeta'n f irford'a Improved
lidi.illUL! 'tube, v illi in.t tlireitiora fir u--o In all
f.vea. I'rlcu, Jl.OO. l ur aale bv all Wliobanle and
H-tall DruifkMtta throuKhout IIih I'nli.'d Stan-a.
W H ICS A roTTEU, O. neral Ajjenta and V hoi, .
Siiie Iiruj;!ata, Ito-iton. Mn.
Affords Ihe most, grateful rnlicf In all
Affections of tho Chest and Lungs.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CUBED.
, onjiea by ro' ndvittin ritroi:l rloim-v,
f'l 1'V n fortm.r Inlurv mtxl ttrntn. nml fir wiilrii
uscA nr.ny nivripiioiii. ami iii.ti'i. iti'. a- w i I r,
n fifitllt'ii rheiiin:ilii! rtiroi. n-ithuur i!i. it.
benefit t, my nhjhinu rrrommo'fl'.. fitn tii'M':r
ri'h-. rclu'V.'t) t inii-i unit nurri.. nl:nt-t tm
Mit.Mv. rintl 1 ltio htin hMu lo at f r-r..t tu n v
or.-4'.-tn.'l'l nft'ilrn cvtT fclj.v With ihtI. rt caw hh I
nil"'!, wttFrcna, t'"Iori.' I'.i Hhultvwlvn ni vi'ir
niti.'. 1 (oij Jcr i h c i i ,Ur!a: una!. li1. iqi! j'(uii v. .i i
piTir.ii v. mk9. ham .s a a.
Ohunu, April ;l,i6,
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I he tleKar.l slde- de-el lu-ainer
A'ALtaa H. Pir!itriTO!( Master
;harx riMniKOTo: Clerk
Will leave Cairo (ivery WKDNESDAY at
o'clock u. Di.
Tlit! State lit's'lster' r-ays: "TLe Dim
orata of . JlliDola Id ronvcntluo a-
tuiblfl ycBterday, nouiluute-i Hon, Kd
ward 1'. Cronkrlte for Hate treuturer, Mr
Croukrite waa born la .New York inU'i'i,
mdibeiBg fielzed with the 'goM fever"
went to California, took part iu tlie hard
etilpi cxperluncetl by the eurly mitier. lie
riuo to llllnoia la ltv'.i and settled iu Free
port, Btephenaon county, lie wa twice
elected mayor of Frei-port, ami rc)rKut
J Die 10th tenatorlul Ulntrlct In the Sath
aod VUth Kneril assembly. In the tl'.ith ho
watch airman of the committee on apiiro
iirlatloDf . lit Wat elected rh; mcnibi-r of
(lit Wth general ataenibly, and was placed
on tb tame committee a In the 2'Jth. lilt
nomination li a credit to the Democracy,
and.Tiii election It not a matter of doubt,
lion. 8. H. Eiter, tho nominee for mpcr
lnttndtnt of public inttruutlon, wai Lnrn
: t -NewTllle,Pa.,in IP-'W. lit enjoyed but
ajant educatlOdal privlleget, but having
been brought to Ohio by bit parent, he
obtained an education In spite of all dlaad-
MtaaTCi. Be afterwardf attended the
klgh tchool at Uutlllon, Ohio, and finally
graduated at the Kalamazoo college, 0
Jlleblg.tn, in iMb be took thirite or tne
b'ruu the Ban Franciaco Chronicle.
Anions tbo arrivals Thursday on the
steamship City of TeklR were two
prlusbi lrom thu Interior of Japan, claim
ink' to be endowed with miraculous
power. Iheyarooa their way to the
Fan exposition with a party of their
cauntrymi-n, conducted by two English
tr uuciiK-ii who luvo lor several years
resided in Japan. A 'Chronicle' report
er interviewed these irentlcusen at their
hotel labt evening, and was courteously
received. They Informed him that
these parties arc religious enthusiasts
who profess through tho power of laith
anu uy the medium ot prayer, to be en
itoit a 10 uo tho most reuiarkauie uiinRS
such as uro recorded In the Christian
Kospels as in the power of tho followers
ot Jesus referring to thoso passages
which npeak ot their belntr able to move
uiountitliis and to swallow deadly poloons
without harm. One ot the miraculous
tiling that llieso priests are able to do Is
to walk with naked feet over the edge
ot fwords eround to the keenness ot
rur.ur, and alto over a bed ct live coals
l hey never attemot tin without a tor
mal mil fervent uppeal to their divinity
for protection. und they assert
uioft ponltivelv that It would bo Impos
sible for them 10 perform tho works
they do without tho divine interference
In their behalf. They Intend to exhibit
UicKe remarkable powers in I'uris during
meir stay, nnd will challenge the obyo
teesol thu Christian or any otbr faith to
do tbo things that they do. In answer
to the reporter's inuuirv If thev wouh
exhibit their powers In this country, the
gentlemen mki mat snch was not their
Intention, but to spend a few woks In
neeing otijeets 01 interest on the 1'acillc
anu Atlantic siopoa.
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1'avcDgera by tb in train arrie at above
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Colors Ready f:r tlfl tal,
Lard OiUWhale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can
Tho Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Crrodo or Break.
Evory family should have
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. 8. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
rads Street Cars and Hotels.
OF ANY OTHER BOUTS.
m Fait Mail wita aicenera attach-
for ST. L.OUI.S and cuioauO,
arrivint iu St. Louis at a.m. tin
i'i;o at 4.110 p.m. CuniiHctinit at O'lln
or Effingham lur Cincinnati, Louliville
FAST TIME EAST
(Km-wen hy tills line through to
the Lat .without any Uulay oauul Iiy
Tn hAlUUUAY AKTKUNUON TUALN
Uto.M CA1KO AKKIVKS I.N M KV
VoItK MONDAY MUltM.Vft,
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK AW OTUEH KOUTE.
Ailvertlsumf nta of competing Imea that
they m-tke better time than tbia ooo, are
are igxucd either through lgnorancu or a
tleslro to miclead the public.
ior through tickets and iulorruation,
pply at Illinois Central R. H. Depot, Cairo.
VKAl.-l AUKIVI AT CAiau
Cxprms 2:0(i p m
lail ... m 4:ou.m.
Oen'l boutburo A(;t
J. U.Jo'i3. Ticket AKt.
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome f k"5upt J
and Measuring Force Pump. 6if
an rt,..n u.. tA:irAM '.."V'if A
iridliuidiiui cu uy iiauii uuu i K' u
i-.. -j tar ti -a act ! iiAIJiSL
tvun, vvh skii at meir pnvua wjjw -vt-
33. 3?. 3?ArucEn
CITY BOOK & NEWS STOKE
AfiBNT FOU TUK
and Sag Co.,
Printed Wrat3Tjinec Paper,
Butter Trays, &c,
i'OK 8AI.K AT MANLFACTURKKS 1'lllCliM.
.o. 12fl coiUDierclnl Atoiiiki.
Wall Paper, Window OUas, Win
dow Bhadei, &o,
Alwaya on hand, th oalahratnl illiimlnatl
Oorar Bleventh StrMt and Wahl
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
riUE (ra'nahy tills road ronni-ri it 8t. I.ouia
I and f.wttbt. Iuls, with ull ether hura to
the Norlh, V.nmt Huil WvnI.
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, andDeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Liwt week I houtrht all) cent package of Wasliine anj ilono ray wai-bing In one hall
the umial time at le-i than hall ioh cot ot rsoap. .My clnttji- were winter. 1 aiu not
have to rub them, ami it (11-1 not chrinlr my woolonx, and for once I enabled to K''t a
hot dinner on Monday. So IuiIU-k trv it. and you it lit aave labor, tituu and money. It
perfectly aafe to u It. MK3. A.
5 and 10 cent PockBgcs. Euy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.
Br. Woods5 Fever Fills
Wholesale and Retail at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Colognc0f ?nns;itr0abQnc1
TIME 80HKDULK ,
HiruUKli Kxpreia I-avt Cairo S a.m
" " Arrlvt K. St. Lou la ;M p. ill
Murphybboro Ai-x:oiiimoilalion lx-arra
-''" - Z.Wp.m
Murphynlinra Accomodation arrive at
Murpliyahoro 9 nop.m
ThroiiKlt Kxpreaa latt-a K.st. I. win H:la,iii
" " Arrivi-H at Uairo f;l. p.m
JlnrphTsboro Acroilimoihtlou Leuvra
murpiiytiioro &; () a.m
Murpliytboro Acroininod;ition mrive
ut Lano at
..12 .t!f. p. m
IMBER Tha (iro and Si. !ula
tliu U.M.V A I.I. KAII. KOI I I-. Iiw
twwn Cairo and Ht. J.ouia umlrr one man
agement; therefore ihre are no delay ut way
lationi awaiting connections from other linea.
PaStenKcra Golnn North, Xortheaat nnd Went
should not buy tbtir tickets until they luive ex
amined our rates and rotitea.
I.. M. .I0UN8ON, Uen'l MnnaKPr.
ft I, VI NK.tieneral Agent, Uiiro, 111.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of tha St. Oha rlea.
RATES: 12.00 PER DAY
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
houlder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
SJhoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue tone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to Al
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
Tho Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifle
Holmans'Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicine
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brusne
Writinc Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine;
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and tove Polish
Fine Imported Jtay Hum, Splendid-Canada Tm
Soap Kiigllsli and American Nonps inc im
ported Handkerchief ExfractM in origi
nal Itotilc.H or In Itrolicn Quaiitl
iles as wuntcd ut low price.
Buy Your rugs
At Barclays' Drug Sioro