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OFFICIAL PATKU OK THE CITY A Ml t'OUXTV,
'I'll oh. Xally, J-Mitor.
DeiiKx-riit U Nominations.
rOK STAT TliKASCItEn.
EDWAKO L. CltoNKltlTE, of Stephenson.
FOB flTllllVTKNIlKNT OF -fni.le INHTRCCTlnS,
SAMIKL M. ETTEIt. of McLean.
Foil CLERK 0(" TUB SI rTtfSK rOl'KT, sniTIIKHS 1.IUM)
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marlon.
WB CTKllK OF TIIK APPKI.LATK COtllT, fol'THEKN
JOHN Q. HAKMAN, of Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TKICT. CAM, FOIl A DEMOCRATIC DEI.Kfi ATECONVEX
TIOS TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOll
'flie Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
grmional district of Illinois are requested
to send delegates to a convention to be
held at Joncstarn, Vnhm county, on Tues
day, 33d day of July, 178,
ait 10 o'chick a. in., for tho purpose
of nominating a candidate for representa
tive in tho Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will le entitled id
the numlx-r of delegates to, and votes in,
iliC convention set opposite its name below,
Akssudcr C votes
Jackson 10 '
Johnaon 4 "
Williamson N "
In the counties that have not already ap
pointed delegates the Central committees
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to appoint
delegates to this convention.
Ry order of the Democratic. Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
triet. Jno. II. Oiif.ui.y, Chairman.
A. Polk Junes. Secretary.
Gold yesterday in New York 101.
Afkaiiis in Germany are becoming com
plicated. Hut we do not understand Ger
man politics. Major Souther, the routine
editor of the State Register, could, if he
would, enlighten us tell us what is in the
German air. In this way lie might become
n public benefactor.
Coi R. R, Townes, of Union county,
will be urged by his friends fur congress.
The colonel is a gentleman of much ability.
He is a stumper of eloquence ami could
arouse the district by his appeals. In the
late war he was a gallant soldier, uud has
made not a few sacrifices fur the Demo
cratic party. He would be a popular can
didate. The State Journal, the central organ ol
the Republican party, a paper that liar'
been published a half century, is in a fee
ble condition. Its type, paper and othei
printing materials, have been sold by tin
sheriff, uud it is being issued on a onc-sidci
half-sheet. Wt regret the ditiieulties of
the Journal; and the Republicans should
be annihilated by a llogurdus kicker if
they permit it to die.
Cut. Eads has, iu a late letter, made
manifest the fact that Gen. A. A. Hum
phreys, the enemy of the jetty syMeni, has
lieen a false pj.ropbet, tun I is a close ap
proximation to u mean man. Humphreys
has asserted that a bar would form in front
l.ftlie jetties, and that they would have to
extended six hundred feet a vear. Eads
shows that the water lias (,Tpeneil iii front
of the jetties, and that the crest of the bar
hiss receded between two hundred and
three hundred feet.
Homeikidy, to do Mr. F. E. Albright u
political injury, has asserted thut Mr. A.
bought the nomination of the National for
Congress. Mr. A. is a Democrat mid we
know he declined to ullow his name to be
used in the Curliondalu convention of Na
tionals after be wus informed that, if the
convention i ndorsed him, ho would bo re
quired to give in hi allegiance to tint Na
tional imrty. He would not support nny
I nit tho Democratic ticket; mid, upon the
condition proposed, refused to permit any
of his National friends to use his nuine in
the Carbondulc ronvention us a candidate
Hakkaway, a Decatur.Illinois, horse, bus
liecome famous. On Thursday, the Oth
instant, on the St. Louis track, he made the
unprecedented time of 1 A: and 1 :4J'. Gen.
Rnford, of Kentucky, bred Ilarkawuy, by
Enquirer. tho dam being by Ruric. The
horse-men say this; but we are not a horse
man and don't know anything about eitlu
Enquirer or Ruric, a statement that may
detract from the estimation in which we
are held by the fellows who smell of the
stable and swagger with the airs of a
jockey. M'e nevertheless believe in Hark-
away. He goes like lightning, without
effort seems to glide over the ground, and
is, no doubt, all that Gen. Ruford claimed
for him, when the beaming old gentleman
said, on Friday last: "Gentlemen, you've
seen the greatest race horse in America.''
The Democratic convention of this Sen
atorial district should be held as soon after
the Democratic congressional district con
vention as possible. The ticket of the
party should be completed and the canvass
entered upon without delay. Alexander
county will probably insist upon represen
tation on the ticket; and, if so, should pre
sent Mr. Thomas W. Ilalliday as her candi
date. He is in every way qualified for
membership in the General Assembly.
He has a clear head and much information
altout most of the matters requiring the
attention of the legislator. We know no other
man w ho has better or more thoroughly di
gested opinions conccrningthe state revenue
laws, and few public men appreciate, as he
he does, the necessity now existing for un
an exercise of wise economy iu the admin
istration of public affairs. He is a sound
Democrat of the modern school, a citizen
of exemplar)-character and a man of high
order of intelligence. If Alexander is al
lowed a representative on the legislative
ticket, we hope that representative will be
THE JACKSON COUNTY CONTEST
Mr. Graham, of Carbondale, bus an
nounced himself, by a circular, as a candi
date for Congress. With all becoming
modesty lie deprecates his ubility to rep
resent the distri ct as brilliantly as some
other men older in the party, if not in years,
might represent it; but he has. notwith
standing his bashfulness, yielded to the
importunity of friends and concluded to
ask the Democratic Congressional District
Convention for its nomination. This he
does, assuring the Democracy that he i" a
Southern Pacitic railroad and Mississippi
river improvement advocate, and that he is
opposed to black-backs" anil unv limit
upon silver as a legal tender. Mr. Graham
is a nun h respected citizen of Jackson
county, and would, if nominated, poll the
full strength of the party of the
district. Rut he has formidable gentlemen
of his own county as competitors; and it is
po.ssiblo that the contest between him and
them may make it the duty of the conven
tion to not nominate him or either of them.
This will surely be the result if the omtest
between the Jackson county would be
Democratic members of Congress should
become personal. Rut this result should
not be anticipated, and the nomination of
either of the Jackson county nu n would,
-Kii believe, result in u general rally of the
Democratic voters of the district to tip
polls and u glorious victory.
OUR BONDED INDERTEDXESS.
PHALL WE COMPROMISE;
It is proposed to compromise our bonded
In this way:
Alexander county and the city of Cairo
owe to Tom, Dick and Harry more than six
hundred ami fitly thousand dollars, draw
ing un average of about eight per cent in.
leresr. tenner xne county nor uie city can
pay the annual interest. Neither of tin in
can pay the principal when due. In
fact, both the county and the city are im
pecunious are unable to stand up under
the great debts that have been piled
upon them. Tin- court may decide
that the bonds of the county ami city are
binding obligations and inu4 be paid; but
nil the courts in the land cannot make
cither the county or city pay the bonds or
the annually accruing interest. The courts
might as well attempt to draw blood from
n turnip nr do any other impossible ihiug;
ami the more persistent the iilteinpl to com.
pel payment tin- more impecunious will
both county and city become.
The consequence of this condition of af
fairs is deplorable. The bonds of county
and city are becoming worthless in Un
hands of their holders. The interest is not
being paid. The principal will never be
collected, lliisiness is deterred from com
ing to Alexander and Cairo. Vexatious
THE DAILY CAIRO ItpLLKTIN: SUNDAY MOUSING, JUNE
law suits and probublu burderisomH taxes
are making the. residents restless. ' ;'
So, the condition of affairs is lobe depre
cuted by IhiiIi bondholder and citizen.
Each certainly desires a better condition.
How can this be obtained ? In this way:-i-
An Association of rich men suyg to tliq
city and county!
"If you will add to the principal of your
bonds the interest that has accrued on them
and is unpaid, and issue new six per cent
bonds in half the amount, running twenty
years, the interest payable semi-annually,
and, after the first four years, piy, in, ad
dition to the interest, a porU'on of the
principal, so that at the end of the term for
which the bonds were issued, the principal
will he paid if you will do this, this As
sociation, will, on its part, procure and de
liver to you, the bonds no.v outstanding."
In other words, the Association says;
'If you will agree to j.ay half the debts
you owe, I will pay olf your old debts and
take your new promises to pay."
Could we reasonably hope for a more
favorable proposition? In our opinion we
Rut, here arises the question: "Can we
pay the new bonds?"
To this question the special committee of
the Tax-payers' Association, i'u'r eonsid-
ering this matter with mevh care and re
search, gave uu nfh'rmafVe answer. Upon
the conelusiiifi of die committee we are
willing to rely.
'Rut," some ( iti.en says, "how will it lie
if some of the holders of the bonds now out
standing refuse to surrender their bonds.'
We will be compelled to fight them, and
we might as well right all as u part. If we
can defeat a part, we can defeat all; and if
the courts require us to pay a part of the
old while we are paying the new hinds, the
burden will be too heavy to bear."'
Let us look at this objection. As
we understand the bond matter, we
arc not paying, hecause we have
not the ability to pay. If the debt was re
duced one-half, we could and would pay.
Therefore it would be wise to issue for the
alwut 050,000 outstanding 8 per cent
lionds, $:2.",000 new 6 per cent bonds. If
this is true, would it not be wise to issue
for say :32"j.OOO of the old 8 per cent,
kinds, f 107,500 new 0 per cent bonds?
As Lincoln said in one of his messages:
1 1t is easier to pay a big debt than a big
ger one." Rut, as w e understand the prop
osition of the Funding Association, it
will, if we agree to give it
50 per cent, of the aggregate of the
principal and accrued interest of our Wind
ed debt, procure and deliver to us the old
bonds. How the Association can do tl.is.
we do not know, but we can guess. The
men who now hold our bonds can get no
interest from the city, and of course are not
sure they will ever obtain the principal.
They cannot sell the bonds for any price.
To these men the Association goes, and of
fers iiewjbonds of undoubted legality, worth
pur. How many of the bondholders will
refuse? In our opinion none. Rut if some
should.' Then the Association inui-t get
them iu some other way than by exchang
ing the new for the oid bonds, or else the
proposed funt ing scheme must go by the
board. We have confidence in the Asso
ciat ion's ability to carry out its proposition.
PROSPECTS OF THE TEXAS PACIFIC
Km liking I'r-ivih';
1Wi-, s of tin. I'fitfi.v I,.,
The Associated pi-ess Subsidized.
Washington, June 7. Tho friends
of the Texas Paeih'e Tom Scott's
railroad seeing the impossibility of
getting through r.ny measure, at this
sission, for its assistance, gracefully gave
way and hud it made a pe ial order for un
curly day in the next sssion. In the
courts this would he culled dismissing the
suit without prejudice. Senator Luinur
hud ( barge of the measure, and to bis ef
forts is due much of the friendly feeling
shown to tlu- measure iu both houses. Xo
two men have ever grown to influence ami
popularity in the senate more rapidly than
Senators Lamar and Gordon. It is impos
sible to agree with them in everything, but
it is impossible also to distrust their mo
tives or question their abil'tv. In the not
improbable or undesirable event of a Dem
ocrat it- ticket for lf being niwl-j up of u
candidate for tin- presidency from the
Xoith and for the vice prc.;. ne-,- from the
Smi:Ii, either of thes,. gentlemen would
honor the position,
Mi'. Wood did !;,,,v the p-etica! good
sense of the I'u: ; t":i I hct, v, ti(. f,,ived ;i
vote on his tariff hi!'; ,u,.! ihoiiL-h i! !.
inui.y points of e.v
I wt.s s!i. tight-
ereii. I he vote was J:;,-, t,, jo,,, It 1 1 .. i
is nny on- subj-et which needs can I'u! con
sideralion, bearing iliuvtly as it
does on all the troubles of htbor, busin-
and capital iu the country, it is this of the
tariff. Mr. Wood hud given great atteti.
tion to it, hud many excellent ideas, ami if
he hud been u more politic man would
have succocdcd in time in securing much
that he wanted. All the same shall have
t ie reforms hecalled for, but sonic other man
vill get the credit which a little patience
vould Imve given to Mr. Wood.
Ttie. Senate yesterday added to the postal
impropriation bill, us it passed tho House,
:wo imi-ortant amendments. The first pro
rjdin a subsidy of half a million dollars for
f.vi; years, to lines of steamships between
'cv York and Rrazil and between New
Orleans nnl Rrazil. Those favoring the
amendments were nearly all Republicans,
and those opposing were Democrat. Sen
ator Rlaine was the principal advocate of
the M.Jjne, and Senator Hamlin of the re
vival of the franking privilege. As stated
above, the vote was not strictly a party
vole, and I think it will be still less so iu
tlie House. The bill will pass the House
with the two Senate amendments.
A good deal of pleasure was felt yester
day ou receipt of reliable news that the Or
egon election had resulted in the choice of
a Democratic legislature, insuring the elec
tion of u Democratic, senator in place of
Mitchell. Reing the first of the doubtful
states to vote, tin- result in Oregon will have
considerable influence everywhere.
The developments before the Potter in
vestigation committee, in the first few days,
were such that Senator Stanley Matthews
asked the senate to inquire into his alleged
connection with the admitted frauds in
Loiiisiunii. James E. Anderson, the only
witness so far examined by the Potter com
mittee, produces a written agreement be
tween himself, as supervifor of elections iu
one of the Louisiana parishes, mid Xah, a
Republican congressuun from that state,
by which Anderson wis to receive a lucra
tive office for taking Mch fraudulent course
as would cause the vu'csof the Democratic
parish to be thrown out. This agreement,
Anderson show s, wasin the keeping of Sen
ator Matthews, whilc.the latter was seeking
to secure orlice for Aidcrson. In fact, the
letters of Matthews show as much. It was
also with full knowledge of the existence of
such a contract that Sherman promised, in
writing, in the name; of Hayes, that Ander
son should be proviiV'd for. The letters are
convincing and placa loth these Ohio gi n
tlemm, the especial frit-mis of Mr. Hayes,
in tie position of having known aud con
nived at frauds which were necessary to
give their patron office.
THE Folio KD II.EC'TOKAIi IlETI ItNS.
Wvthinoton, Jinn- 7. Mr. McMahon
his submitted tin following syllabus of his
opinion in regard to the effect of the recent
discoveries upon the validity of the electoral
certificates lieforc the commission from the
State of Loui-iani:
First The constitution of the United
States article 12 intendment! requires that
the electors shall Hake district lists of all
persons voted for is president and of all
persons voted for is vice-presidents.
Second The hw 'section Rifl. Revised
Statues requires that the electors shall
send up the certificates, as made by them.
and certify uom each that the lists of all
the voters of sue' state given for president,
and all the votes t;i veil for vice-president
are contained thereiu.
The geuuino Kellogg certificate No. 1
did not comply w ith the iilive-quotei law .
District lists were not made out in but one
district, nor did this certiticate contain up
on the envelope the Certificate aUive re
qt'ired by section l.'!!l. To remedy thes
difects in the genuine document new ones
"He manufactured, la-ing certificates
known as X. ;; ami No. duplicates, these
Well in due form of law. but Were forged.
1 Iii! forged documents were two in num
ber, only one genuine one licing presented.
The) were all laid before the hoiisi- and
retired to the electoral loinmi-siiin as
g' Mi'nie. The foreery of L vi-sc's name
ociurs in tight different places in ceriiii
eale No. :J and Xo. :! duplicate.
KVKI.Hl-M;NTs lll.KfillK THE COMMITTEE.
Tin-committee examined no one to-day.
T- procccdinos consisted in reading upon
tin- records. The correspondence in the
Acli i -on c:i-e was forwarded by the pivsi-ill-lit.
This cone-jsiliileiicc substantiates
.ill that Aiidi-rsn:i charged and even more.
It shows that Stanley Matthews, lid not sup
I "It Anderson because .e was a repentant
sinner, but because he lenl performed great
services for the party, an I said in one of his
!M,"rN l'H-hitmei.t for -im
un't can- much
disgusted with hiiii, and
to defend him m the committee, .Matthews
knows this, and is pleading most urgent)
The (ommiltee in secret S'ssion dis
covered that the frauds in he Louisiana re
turns did md end in Loii.siana. but con
tinued until after they hft the vicc-prexi-dent's
hands, when he laid them before the
two bouses of congress, y comparison it
Was (lisco- ered that they Were not printed
correctly in the record 'of the proceedings
befote the electoral commission or before
tie- I wo house of eonniesn. The liist ori-'i-
nal return was printed three times instead
of printing the two subsequent ,in,l ,ogus
returns as they actually read. Mr. Fi-irv
who acted as vice-president has been re
quested to appear before the committee.
He sends word that he will do so lit his
convenience. Mr. Matthews, who was like
wis;, requested, sends a like reply. Mr.
Kellooy, against whom the chief ' charge
rests of forgery, or at least swearing toa
forgery, has treated the committee in the
same way, Re is coiislanlly in consultation
with Heed, who is about h'e only Ropubli-
cnu on tl inmitlee now willing to de-
felld to the end the criminal peisons. A
I Mnocruiic member of the committee said
to-d.iy that it would be
proven tit: t not only Levi.s.-eV na but all
oth' I but Kello:;g's were forgot (,, the
s (olid set of lelurils. Ren Ihitler has
cclis'.lMeii with lie- Demociatie committee
and bus ligrecd that on to-moirow if the
s 'iiatoi s w ho are siaiii!ing on their scnaio-
j rial dignity do not respond to Uu- polite re
quest ol III '-commiflee he Will otler II reso
lution authorizing n regular siilpoua to be
Issued for them thut they may be siibjecled
to til examination instead of 'being allowed
out of courtesy to conn- before the coininil
tcehnd offer an explanation.
Jt. is woilhy of comment that the Asso
ciiliicd Press is resorting to its old tricks of
revolting only thut which will least Injure
tin- Republican party. Yesterday they sent
only a short IndetlniteJ paragraph iilsiut the
real news, the actual sensation of the day
regarding tliu forgud returns, but devoted
columns to Levissee s twice-told tale of how
bribery was attempted on by some gam
blers that they might be financially bene-
rpilE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
CAPITAL, 8100,0 00
W. !. II W.I, IDA Y, l'n-alileut.
II I.. II.U.I.IDAY. Vice I're-Ulent.
WALTEIi 1IYM.OI". ( u-liier.
S. STAATH TAVI.IIII, W. V. HAU.IPAY,
IIKSItV I.. II A I.I.I II A V, II. II. CCNNIM.HAX,
U. I). WILLIAMSON, HKI'MIN Llllli,
II. II. f'AMJKt. t
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
r.orciiT AND SOLD.
IM'o'lw reci bid uud a neiicra t.ankitn; bu!r.
LEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue and Kighth Street.
F. IIHOSS. President.
I'. N EFF, Vii e Trecideut.
II. KI.I.S, ( s,,.r.
T. J. EE Kill, Af.iMai.t (Vlilt r.
V. lini. Cairo; W'llllmn K!i!" Cairo;
I'eier Nell. ChIoi; William W oil. Cairo:
A. susuukii. i airo; It. I.. Iiillli,-ev, si. Louis;
E. Ilutler. Cairo; KII. Ilriiiktimh, St. Louie ;
II. Wi-IIf, C'uiro; J. Y. Ck-mrou, Caledonia.
(.ENEHAI. n.NKIN; 1H SINESS DoNK. Ev
2 ihine.v oid and liouitht. I iiter.f t paia1 yi die
Siivliis llepartiaent. nllet't ions inaile und all
liu-iii. promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,
. Chartered Man h 31, JCtiO.
UFKICR IX CITY .NATIONAL HANK,
( 'airo, IlliiioiH.
INTEREST paid on depntju March lt ,r,d Sep
tember 1st. Iiit. rett not withdrawn l- added im
mediately to tin- principal of the liel.oit. iLi n -t,
giviug thim compound ict-.-r -t
Children and inurrird women inn) depi.t-it
money and nuone else run draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP, Tukasi io.u.
pSUHANCE AGENCY OF
J.oval ('aiiiulian i:!;;.:;.:,..
M i llnilh.' ; ri"! "ilb. ss'
('oniiii('i'ciiiiiA..r N,, .Yo:Vd'.:n,N,.
I'll Will 'Of Philadelphia: .'liiLlide-d in lsu.i
I IIIOH , A--e.. $in.l'.Mi
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UlsKS MMTTKN AT FA I It HATEs.
Oi!lr in I'.iii,1it County H.-inU.
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SALOONS AMI KK.STAI HANTS.
S;ikx)ii and 1 ostanrauL 1
TIIK 111 st or
WINES, LKJUORS AND CIGARS
foin-lftiitly on ho in) ; iil-o hin conlatitly on linnd a
larue supply of
FRUITS, LEMONS, OKA Ndi-S, APJ'LKS.
AT lllll,l;s.U,i; AMI lll.TAII.,
At the (lid Ili lliionleo Hotel. Illl llliln Levup.
I" "IT A Nil SIIOK. MAKE. US.
IUMIT AND SIIOK MAKKU
t'ommerel.il Avenue, ,rt i
MMll llllli Sevenlll fn, (
rjMKKS pl.-n-tiri- In iititiocix-liiu to til intriini mid
1 till' plllille irclierullv that he Iih- rel l-llllv reeelveii
llie lliiesl and iIMIn ,,,,, ,,,niei ol everv
di-sri-lpllon ever hroiii-lil tn till- eltv. All xork lit
hl lint! eveiiiieil pniiiiptlv ami iu ilir Im-kI maimer.
Entire sallsl'iietlon -.'Iveti In everv liicliiiiif. I'iIi-i-p
re.'isoiiitlilt', A minlliil liollatlon'i-xteiuleil toull to
call and examine uooiIk and b arn prices.
HEATTY I'lalio, Orcail! bent, lr- .w,k
startlluir iii-ms. OruniiK, 1i stupH, Vij l'laliii
only f ii. C'twl tiwi. l ln ulurH frva. I). V. U.-at-Ijf,
Decorations for Antique Pot
tery, China, Glass and other
Ware; (ohl and Silver Paper,
Tissue and Glazed Paper, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; .Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps,
Lyres and Crosses; Moss, tine
Colors; Wax Flower Intrue
tion Jlooks, etc; Splint, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For till these go to Dare. lay'.
Ilald Heads. Attention!
Cai loIm.'.'it Han-lay.-.
Plain and Fancy Stationery;
Papateries in lari;e Variety,
attractive for their Beaut v,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning Papeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
pers: Envelopes, Pens, Pencils;
French, English and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Rubber I!andsr
etc. If in Want don't bnvnn
til You have Seen and Priced.
For all these io to Dun-lavs'.
Grav Hairs !
Xow'is Your Clmiieo !
CaKROLINK AT PAr.CLA.-'.
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these in Original Dottles and iit
Hulk, iro to RaicLi)'.
Dandruff Out! ennie !
Cai'ljolinc at 1 Jan. lay.-'.
If you want a little VariuMi,
Furniture PolMi, Linseed Oil,
Turpeiitine.White Lead. Paint
or Colors ot'anvkiiid.a White-
Avash I)ruh, Paint or Varnish
Ilrihh. Stove Illackiiig. Shoe
Dressing, Sen iiig Machine Oil,
or any of uu Hundred other Articles
in Daily Use, go to Diircluys' Priiif
Storc, cither mi the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, mid (iet What You
Want at Prices to Suit the times.
Carbolitio for tho Toilet.
Feather Dusters. Ostrich and
In very Large Variety uud at Dottoiu
Prices. Ask mill Sec ut llnreliiys'.
For (1arl)olin o,
IJiiivhiVH is tlm "I.Mtici?.
Buy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Ilioino Chloralum,
Now is the Time m these noods to htty
Clieiip at DurdayV.