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I ::) p.m.; Muiday: H UiK a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8. m,; cloae
it r p. m.
TbrouKh Kxprji Mall i Illlnol- Central mil
Mlflppl ( eiitral Railroad. r, at U :m l m.
Cairo mill Poplar Illiitr TUrouKh and Way Mull
Cloe at W::iO p. m.
Way Mall vfa Illlnol. Central. Cairo and Vln-rem..-,
sua M,.silppi cMitral Kailrundrt cloou st
!: p. m. .
Way Mail fur Narrow (Jauii Railroad cloc at 8
(.'airmail Kvaimvllla River Route. cle at fi:W
p. m. ilaliy (except Friday;, i
il. lLUMKCARI) ATCAIIiO.
ILLINOIS CENT UAL I! It
Tf.AiN- aciiivr. n:i ni PAitT
4:i'. a.m. I Mall.... ::lils.m.
Ktpri: a:imp hi. I EicprcM ii iki p.m.
C.WItO A VIN ENNKS I:. I:
Mai! JO: p.m. Mall...... .... I :.' a in.
CM HO A ST. Lolls I! I!.
K rpr. 5:!ft p.m. I Kw 10 00 a.m.
Acruiu dailnn .1:.Vi p in. I Accom'rialion. iM.'ip.m.
CIIICALO. ST. I.Ol H ANDNEW OIM.EANS I4.lt
Eprv. II :.tfi a.m. I K.xin-e IKip.rn.
Mi l IO::jop in. I Mail.... .VUOa.lu.
(' A. A T. Uf II.LOAO
Ti'u . Tiri '.MO a.m. I Ti mm iipp-m S.ISp m
Arcunimodat'ii. ::. in.
Mayor -N. R ThiMlcwood.
Tr-a-nrer- Edward lcoijia.
( I'-rt Ociiiil. J. Foley.
out.'Kior W in. U. (iillicrt.
MarWial-C l. Arter
Attornev -Willlum l. udri k,
Poiire. M.inral--J. .1. Hint.
K'lARII or At.tiHllNRV.
Kir-t Ward-Win. O'l'allahaii. M. .1. liowl.v.
olid W ard -Oal Id T. Linear. I . It. Wood
Third Wurd-W. P. Wright. K"brt .Smith.
Fo ir'h Ward - (. baric O. Patier. vacancy.
f.f.ii Ward -T. W. Hallidav. Eruc-t B. IVttit.
Count v Oftircr.
('in Jiii'.iri.'-O A Hurler.
in i. it Cli-rk-J. A. K' !!'
t'.iumy .ludu"-- K. . Yoctitii.
l 'oumy ' lf-rk S. .1 lliiinin.
( '.:;c'y Attoniy-W. Mnlkey. t
County 1 rvxnr.T-A. J. Aldcu.
S.t nrf -Jobn IIixIl'i
l .inner I! r'lu.'rrn.i..
Coantv loimni-ioiicr'-T. W. Ilall'.iluy. M.
IVuwri. "annul lirilt-y
VfT'li AN M. .. Ki.iirtt-iith Mrrct. t-tii--n
W.ilntit and Cedar tnvt: crv!ce abtli 11
a. in. aii'l IT "' p. in.; Sunday School l:4op. m.
C'lllIITUN - Liil.tM-l.'h tr.-'t: inotiri S.i);-
iiu'ii lo:.'Jip. in.: prearliin.' ' cj.iuiiail.v .
Cll! m il (iK T1IK HKOKF.MKlJKpi'cop'il)
Koi.rtM mil etn-.-t; Moruiiu' prayirr ira'il.uih)
lo tt t in : vri.z pravr. :: p. m.: fth
(.Ijimi: !' b. in K i M .1. I)l!liili l.-.-. l!:tor.
VT MIKNAl:V BAPTIsT Hf Ki ll -J1
I'r. ti liiij.' al lo. i a. rn.. ni . and 7: p. in
Sali'ia'.'i n.-tjixd at ' - It'. v. T J. S'imi. -.
I L'TilKIIAN Tliiri.-ctith tr.-.-t : htmi-.- Si'i
I j lw.li 11 a. in and ;::i p. in : 'iiiday n Irnol Ha.
m Hv. IM' r-i Li: r. tiu.tur.
METHO)lT - or. Kifii'h nd Walnut trc-t:
IVarlilnj Sfii:-mti U:' ni ml ' p. m :
I raver ni'i'.iii.'. W clivUv ' : V p. in : Sunday
Kh'ool. 1 p. tn !! A. I'. .MorrUon. pa-tor
1liKllVTEItIAN- Kilitn tr l: pr-.v bin-.' on
u:iiiath a! Il:n a m and ',:' 1""'T
Uu-'-tlBi W!ii.-d.iv at ;:'ip. in : Mitiilay SchoA
ut 'i p. m. l'.cv is. . i" ''" pa'ior. r y
CT-ioNP FItKI.'WII.I. HAITIsT - Fil-i ttla ,
O :rect. 1)' tvn-.-ti W a;ti'U and i dar ftrvt-; n I J
ih'w sanoatu ai .) an'i i.
ST. JdSKPll --(Ili.it.an ( ntnoiii i ( ori.i-r Cr -.
. Bin! Walnut Mm!', f-rvlcc. S'i'ntti M:toa
i:i. ; si-ndy si Iok.I i.t - p. m.; W-pi-r- :i p. in : cr
vie i-vcrv day at s p. m.
ST. I'.vn!l K'S- (IJoinan Catbuni -i Corner Miith
;nt and Warhin.'ton aviMine; a.-rvir.-i h
natli and In a in : Vopcr l- Hnnriay S li-xd
V. p. m ; frvin i-vi-ry day at 1 p. in H ' 1" Zalnd,
AIROCm FERRY CO.
THREE 'jSSEfeZL STATES.
LfAVt tEAvr.-t i.EAve
Tixit Fourth t Mic-ouri Lainl's. Kentucky l.d g.
' Fa. m. ' M a. m. 9 ro.
10 a. ax. W in a. m. 11 a. m.
J p.m. !!;) p.m. 3 p. m.
p. m. 4:00 p. m. 5 P- m'
II VERY STABLE. ::
i:i.ro boHrded liv tlic , otiaMv. rate!
(.001) HOUSES AND Bl'Gl'JKS
At price to Ktiit the tlmec. Olve mc a call
NEW (il'N SHOP.
II, K. INCH,
NEW G IT 'ft SHOP,
Cumminlitl Ave. f (), ) Seventh tt.
(,'AIUO, : : : XlSOia.
Onus, Pistols', Sales nml Locks Roiuureil.
Keys MaiU1 to order.' ..
i IlOKF. UOItINd ON llltKACll I.OADINO til NS
All work tiiiiiriititi'fil autlariictory. at cheaper rule
inn can iiu uiuiiiucn at any oiner piacu iu um
WIIOI.KHLE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wbolcaale nnj Iti'tii" Deali-M In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Winep ol alivmd,
KO. 00 OHIO LF.YEE.
MK8SR8. BMYTII A CO. havn cotiatanlly a lartfi"
tock of the bent itnoda In the market mirt ut o
ipclal altcutlou lu tuu wuuii'IMm nrnucu hi iuv
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. IJURXETT, Pkoi-riktok.
)f all It'sciiiti(iii at I.nwft Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, ."i ami f. Pound.
Hill Hearts. Hand l(i Pound.
Statements, ." mid u Pound.
Bills Ludiii?, Id Pound,
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPEB.
Envelopes, Tag's, Cards,
"White and Colored
1) I $ I) I
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, MY 9, 1879.
Dry Goods and Clothing-,
BOOTS AXI) SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Cnmraerrlal Avenue, i
Comer Eiiilitb utreet (
XKW MEAT MARKET.
. STEA LBOA.TS.
Si:-n of the Buffalo Head.
No Ohio I
K0F.HLER BUGS., Iroin ietors,
JOK AIJKLU Ajrent.
A Ml and complete upp!v of tie het of all
k!ndi"nieat alway ou band. Ordern filled at auv
huur. day ornlylii.
LEXAXDEPa COL-NTV BANT,
Commcrciiil Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BKOss. Pr.-ident.
P. NEKr. Vile i'r,..i,:ct,!.
II. WEI.I.s. l a-hier.
T. J. KKIt'l II. AfMaut Ca.bier.
William Klu'P. Cairo;
F. I:o. Cairo;
I'eUT Neff. Cairo;
('. M tNttrioti.
E. Under, t airo;
t. ha-. U.I'alier.
W ilaam Wolf. Cairo;
K. I. Ilillini-ley. st. Lon!;
J. V. CleuiMiti, Calcdoultt,
A CENEIIAI. EANKl.Nii BUSINESS DONE. Ej
iV ihaii;' fold aud bought. Intereft paid in ll.e
suviiit Ih'partmi-rit. Coilectionn made, nil a.fc
hii'iue.n jiromptly attended to.
JXTEKPKISE SAVINGS BANK,
( liarlercil Man li 31, l.'HI!!.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depoitu March lat at.d Sep.
teiiiher 1-t. Intereat not uithdrau n i added iui
mediatch t the principal of the depoili, tinrehy
(,-iviu tiictu t'in.oiiiid intere-t.
tTliildrm umt married women may deposit
inonev ttml no one else can draft it.
WALTER HYSLOP, Tkeasuheh.
rjHIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. 1IAI.I.IDAY, President.
II. L. HALLIDAV. Vice-President.
WALTER 11VSLOP. Cashier.
s. staaT!" Taylor. w. p. halmdat.
HENIIY 1.. MALI. Ill IT, B. H. Cl'NNINOIIAM,
O. O. WILLIAMSON, MEPIIKN Willi,
It. II. CANIlKt.
Exchanye, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUOIIT AND SOLI).
Deponita received and a jjeuewl hKukii.iC l.iiluepi!
i I ...
" - a if
5 s c
JH r U
BOOTS AND SHOES.
' Manufacturer and dealer In
, BOOTS AND SHOES
AWo dealer in
Tin1 Best Hand Mado Boston and St.
Louis Boots and Shoes.
Work (lorn- to order on fbort not ire. from the wry
best muterlaland a miod lit uiiaruiilecd.
LEAVE ordera nl mv liop. on Elirhlli treet. tif
Uuor to Jaku W'lti-rr4 sli;u ul OOLDEN
't."r.inr. I I J J
THE VERY BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Mr. n. II. KTsvwoSr-N' M
H!i "nf Su"Jf""" "".'r 1 Ul'' P0" 10 I'"'1" h
klnior Medlcln,... ejetlne When I heKan to
,lr. K-'" wl,h u,'h """ked liei,.
l.h L rr'"n'l'"boiiL;lit it uaa a ttlmtilant effect.
VnL Thi 1 "f"' u-Kl. I'-Bvlntf Die a hint a. he
I h. . i lk ",llt ,f""" of thoao who read the
h. ..,, wriiti. at that time, minht think
win 'l.o h' ' b,'K?" L" .V-S-tli'" "Imoi-t two
rmmtd. r c"" '-"J'viii my former health, and
Sn liL , "" "" cured hy Ves-etlue. Two vea r.
t did In-e ' T'1 f0r "'-ht lm,n,h"( ' K'v,- u!
,.,t n , ;ht ,l,),:l,'r"' "omu of 'no m.wtakllt
ilv?. n,L ,UlJ"11 '"nplion. heart dlaea, and
vY,.?i,! ,T- ''llmil-v r,l,nl- '" "' B
. ? n " r,'or, brotiKbt m thronuh
ami to that I owe D1y life, hince mv health be-jan
to Inipruvn, I have made a Muriyof dlea. and find
the caiue ol my avmptonif to have been Dyapepaia
or InUlji Hlon. ami I aUo find that live eaaea of
iliijea! id every fix. aru ttTectii of the name i-aiine.
" '"n the food la not properly dinwitea tn the atom
acli. It Ix'cnniin a uolnonona. putrid maio', which ia
anorbed inothe blood, and by that U touveyed to
all panant thenvatm.caulnayinpioina of diavara
tu iO't,, ail of the orirana of Ibe body; and If tbl
caiue la not removed, them- aymplonia become lu
lime oryuiiie. dUewea. 1 have irlven Vciretlnc a
'borough tent in my own cace. and alfo In that of
many of my acotiaintancea. and find it to he the
very hi nt nit-dicme extant for I)vppla or Indlien
lion, one of the symptom ot which l umially the
belief that yon haxeaome oru'iiulc iliaeaw. I am
well known In the town of Oolt'Mown. Weare, and
Newton, of thla atateiN. II i. andean furuUn an
iindetiialdecorrolioratlon of all these, atateinenta.
I VA ill w iliiliL'iv ailMUer nnv letter. i,r intmlrv in r.
yard to my own caae.or the use of Vc'i-tlne'.
tourwtnily. A.J. Ill liliECK.
If KOKTINC U taken rejularlv. ccordini lo ill.
reel io ii.. a certain and apvedf iur! of lnpepnla
vill follow Itn ue. ' ' '
Dear Sir. For the laft fifteen veari. durlti" the
mnnthH of May and June. I hateVen affltctecTwIth
what the dix torf called Anthma. It was very din-treK-lnir.
renderlntc me miw-rable. an that 1 dreaded
It coining on I w ax recommended to ue Vege.
tine. I took two bottlen licfore I expetced the a
tack, and wa en lrely relieved 1 feel '.'rati'ful to
Nesetiuv. JX(j T ItAl.INGKII,
Hi titveknt. I'hlln
koktisk has restored thoiiniuda to health who
had been lou and painful mnVrcr.
Pimples and Eruptions'
of the Skin.
II. R STF.vrN:
My mothi-rha' n'd yotirvaluahle medicine "s
etine." for Tetter and Kruptioioi uf the fkin, and
Imn found itreat reli.-f hv the inn- of it. I can rcc
onitneiid it for such cottiplnintH.
Ii A. m.ACKWEI.L.
Dec .". 1TT Uuiontowu. I iiion Co . hy.
Humors on the Face.
In thincondition of the kln. the Vkobtine Utho
i'reat remedy, h il ai-tf directly upon the blood.
Il cieaiiKe. and puritlea the Idood. therein- caui-ini;
humiirn to disappear . By Internal treatment all
iinpuliiieti are thrown out. Vkoktixk eivea good
i In iilniioii to the blood, relieving tlie inrtamed or
COirjeMedorcautMll. ri-rloriUu thu heullh eivln,. n
ooU, clear complexion.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vo?etine is Sold By all Dntffjrists,
Jk-.bE IliNKLK. N. B. Tlll?TI.EWOOU, J. II MooIlK
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. l'.Ti and li? Commercial Avenue.
CA11JO II, li.
tfLlbcral Advancement made on Conslsn
nieut of Tobacco, Flour, and tiriiln.
PiAi' nt for dear. Scott A Co. threatilng ma
rliine. portaiile naw mill and threaluna eiinhiea.
Apenti- for Champion burvvtln machine, uuiwer
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Manuructurcr and Dealer in
BOOTS iVND SIIOi:S,
.Leather mid Eindins
No. W Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth aud Sixth St.
Keep constantly on bund a Inree iorttiient ol
l.antB und Ladies Boot all 1 Shoe of all lvle
and lze, and of the very het of St. l.oul und
Cincinnati lland niadn work: aold cheaper thnu
over before, and cheaper thnu like good i au be l
tallied in thin city.
A lo, alwny on hand a large stock of Leather und
Finding of ull deacrlptlon, nl.i very cloe.
KW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITV
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor.NlnetonnthMroetiindi tPitil'A Til
Commercial Ave.. I V il 11 vm AJ I.
C. O. PATIKU& CO.
n I "-
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, May 8, 2:30 p. m. -Wheat
steady Wiuwr, 8s 9.19i !1,I; Spriug.'
7s 0il2JSs; California averaf-c, 8s
Osld; Culif.irniii club, 0 ld'Js 4.1. Coru
new 4s 4d.
NEW VORK CHAIN.
New York, Msj-8. 12:04 p.m.-Wheat
fjuiet, firuier-No. 2 Chicago, i oal 04;
No. 2 .Milwaukee, l 04; Red Wiuter,
t 051 lOtf; No. 2 Red Winter. l 10;
No. 2 Amber, 1 1C1 1GC2'. Corn
quiet Steamer, 4.j.'4; No. 3, 44?; No. 2,
, CHIC 100 CHAIN AND PRODUCE.
tmcAoo, M-uy 8. 10 a. m. Pork -June,
9 52.' i'; July, 9 6-. Corn-.May 34;;
June, Cot,'. Wheat-June, 031;.
C'iiicaoo, .May 8, 12.00 jt. Pork-
June, $!) 57; July, f) CT. Cora Mav
4;Ji3.'J June, 3Ciii8G34'; Julv, 301.'.
Wlieat June. 03 K.
Special to the tttnea-Journal.
Washington, May 7. Tlie indications
now are tint the Hepublieans in the senate
will insist upon a dabate over the bill to
preTcnt military interference at the polls,
though just what they have to gain by
this caurjo is not clear. That
TJE PRESIDENT WILL approve it
scarcely any one doubts, and it would seem
as it tip recording of their vote against it
would tnswer every requirement. Repub
licans is the house say that in signing this
bill the resident will show that he was
not actuited by partisan motives iu veto
in the aruy biil as was charged by the
Deinooras and that any protracted debate
in thesen.te is sure to work
INJt'UY TO TUE PARTY.
It is onl, too apparent that tho leading
stalwarts ac rather anxious than otherwise
to prevent a recunciliutinu. between the
President aid bis party. For this condi
tion of thinjs Coukliiii,' is chiefly responsi
ble, his tlicry being to weaken Sherman,
whom it is -ell understood will receive its
When the committee on education aud
labor made tieir report recommending the
strict enforcement of the eiuht-hour law,
HeprvseUtatiVe Vri's. ct a.w., . .
short but very effective speech showed that
the law as it now stands upon the statute
books is a dead letter, and that the failure
of the government to enforce it in accord
ance with its true intent and meaning
worked ge at hardship and rank
INJISTCE TO THE LABOUINO CLASSES
outside .f government circles. He was
frequent'y interrupted by the Republicans,
who enoeavored to apologize for the gnv
ernmen, but lie bore himself bravely, aud
demoiutrated that, though young in years,
he was no novice in debate, and that in him
the laboring men have an able champion
and faithful friend. Mr. Frost is also
work.ng earnestly for the repeal of section
7 ot the internal revenue law, which oper
ates so harshly ou rectifiers, aud when this
shal have been accomplished they will be
larjely indebted to the representative from
tin Third district for the result.
chalmeh's, of MISSISSIPPI
made a tiniil effort again to-day to have his
conduct at Fort Vjllow investigated, but,
failing in that, he hiade a characteristic
speech, in which he sought to show that,
notwithstandieg the reports of the atroci
ties perpetrated on that occasion, the tacts
would show that, while there might have
been some slight irregularities, nothing
was done net warranted by the laws of
and added if anything of the nature al
leged occurred he was in no wise responsi
ble for it. In short lie said nothing was
done, and he didnt do it anyhow.
.Mr. Carpenter opened the debate in tlie
Kellogg-Spotlord case in tt sptooli, in which
he took the ground that Kellogg's title to
Ids seat was quite as good, if uot better, than
that ot any other senator on the floor, as
his right to a seat had beu passed upon by
that body, and if they could at any time
reopen cases and revoke decisions of their
own making nothing ot that nature could
be considered settled. Several amend
ments were offered and rejected, the pur
port of which was to prevetit any action iu
the matter, after which It was decided by
a part vote to proceed with the investiga
gaton, which mentis that Kellogg is to be
siieuman'h OHIO VISIT.
Sflrgeiuit-at-arms Thompson has return
ed from Ohio, and he freely admits that
Sherman's visit to his home at this junc
ture has complicated mutters for the Dem
ocracy terribly In that (date, and lias so
confounded all previous calculation as to
niako a now deal necessary. The ac
counts received hero go to prove that the
stato to fast becoming Shermnnired, and
NEW SERIESNO. 273.
if the programme tulken of is carried out
it will land the ex-secretary iu tlie white
house via the gubernatorial route, and
send Garfield to the smute. What provis
ion is to bo made for Pappy Taft is as yet
A SHAM ELESS RESORT.
It is now au ascertained fact that titer
Okolona, Mississippi "Southern States" wu
put upon its feet and lias since been sus
tained by Kepublican money. The editor
is a reckless, characterless Ex-Union sutler,
and is in Mississippi doing the dirty work
of rascally Republican employers. Hay
ing the rolo of "Southern Democrat," he
writes his foul and damnable slanders of
Southern men, and Republican editors
North, debasing themselves even iu their
own estimation, copy the infamous stuff,
and pretend that it reflects the sentiment
ot Southern Democrats! It is certainly a
desperate cause that can suggest snch des
That our readers may see what kind of
rant the Okolona Republican tool furnishes
we copy the following, not one sentence of
which is endorsed by any sane Democrat in
the United States:
We are taxed to tH'Hslf til T innntn I w
I " ' a4UVVMU I till"
ings tor killing our people, burning oUr
nomes, laying waste our nVliU. stnui;
property, and hurling us headlong into ruin,
poverty ami despair.
We are taxed to pay for the enforcement
of false and fraudulent laws that were en
acted to cow, humiliate and put us utterly
We are taxed to pay the salary of a
criminal who stole the I'rcsidency.
We are taxed to pay the Returning Board
thieves and perjurers, and unhung scouu
drels whom he appointed to office.
Down with the devil-born amendments!
Dowu with centralism and its hints of
crown and scepter!
Down with the pictures of Lincoln and
the sconndrcls who surrounded him iu the
battle days of '61 '-'64.
Down with every anti-Democratic idea
and idol ! -
These be the watchwords for 1880. "Rev
olution! Revolution! Rcvolutionl" yell
the Radicals at the top of their lungs.
Well, y-e-s. It is a revolution, and no mis
take. The first have become last and the Iat
The Federals have beu collared and
jammed into back seats, and the Confeder
ates have been called to the fore.
Rut this only the begininrr.
We are kuocking the props fiom under
When the revolution has run its course
there will be never a law nor a statue in
the laud that will conflict with States
"i.in-ilia t..:..:-i..J -..., r o.t,..,,
Menot Northland, think that we will let
the dead past bury its dead until divine
justice has done its work.
Lav not the flattering unction tt your
souls that our people will forget or forgive
your damnable crimes.
They would be more or less than human
if they did.
Protect tub System from Malaria.
It is possible to do this even in regions of
country where miasma is most rife, and
where the periodic fevers which it causes
assume their most formidable types. The
immense popularity of Hosteter's Stomach
Ritters is very largely attributable to the
fact of its efficacy as a remedy for chills
and fever, bilious remittents, and as a
preventive of the various forms of
malarial disease. In those portions
of the West and South where complaints of
this nature prevail, aud in the Tropics, it is
particularly esteemed for the protective in
fluence which it exerts; and it has been
very widely adopted as a substitute for the
dangerous and comparatively ineffective
alkaloid, sulphate of quinine. Physicians
have uot been among the last to concede
its merits, and the emphatic professional
endorsements which it has received have
added to the reputation it has obtained at
home and abroad.
Don't Re Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption (.'tire. Do they not know
that Coughs lend to Consumption Hnd
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly mid surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when ull others fail tun!
our faith in it is so positive that wc will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is uot this u fair proposition. Trico
lOcts. SOcts. and 1.00 jut bottle. For
lame Chest, Rack or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, aud geu '
ernl debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytetn Yitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. mid 73 cts. For side by Bait lay
"Hai kmetack" u popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Qveuy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bit)"
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same pricet
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco, "f : '-, ', '