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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, i78.
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"Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, Illtnoi."
JXO. H. OB F.RLY. General Manatter.
Only Morning: Dally in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY,
That. Xally, Ktlitor.
Democratic gVomi nations.
Foil STATE TRFA'CREn.
EDWARD L. CKOSKH1TE. of Stephcnon.
rmi tTEBiimisiitKT or pi-fjur tssTnccnox,
SAM CEL. M. ETTEK. of McLean.
Catherine E., sister of Rev. Hem
Ward Beecher, is dead.
Axotheii communistic workers' nest
Iius It-en discovered. It is at ParkersLurg,
The first pattering drops of a great rain
if crooked whiskey liave fallen at Cincin
nati. We are requested ly the govern
ment officers liaving the matter in hand to
look out for the storm.
''C'apt. Eaos is not the kind of man to lie
crushed,'' says The Cairo Billetix. . At
any rate, it t 111 take a pile-driver, and not
a Picayune hammer, to do the crushing
liusinesi. New Orleans Times.
In March, 1677, the Illinois Central
earned on the Illinois lino i.lti3.l23, and in
March, 1878, $400,117. On the Iowa line
in the same month of 1677, the company
earned $130,248, and in 17, HS,&7sj.
The candidates fur Congress in the dis
trict opposite Cairo in Missouri, are R. A.
Hatcher, the present member, L. H. Davis.
Nassic Ward, Posey Woodside and Sol (i.
Kitchens. Mr. Kitchens is a National. The
other gentlemen are Democrats.
The tendencies of the Nationals, says the
Washington correspondent "f the New
Orleans Times, are all toward communism.
We think their tendencies are all toward
offices into which they will never get. The
National chicken was dead in the shell be-for.-it
Mil. Shannon is making the Valley Clari
on an influential journal. He i one of the
men who think for themselves: and, with
out regard for consequences, tell tli-r-ir opin
ions of taen and things. We do not some
times agree with Shannon, but we admire
liis ciisscdness and read his paper with j
Mil. Paokaiid will lie rewarded, if the
S r.ate is willing, for the good manners he
i-xhiiiit.'d in getting out of the wav of
President Hayes, when that amiable politi
cal fraud carried out his promises to five
the State to the Democrats as the con-ld'T-ation
to be paid by him for the oftk-.' to
which Mr. Tilden was elected. The Presi
ileut has nominated Packard as Consul
(ie.nral to Liverpool.
'fov.Cn.uiM has ordered a careful offi
cial scrutiny of the lnn.ks of the several
i haritaUe institutions of the Stat". The
; .vernor is anxious to know; he is hunirry
for information: he is pining to be informed.
And that hi may have his wiMis in these
resiiecH gratified he has turned the Rev. F.
H. Wines loose. If there is anything in
the books worth finding out. Mr. Wines can
find the it' m.
Hisiiop MCoKi.i:v hai withdrawn his
resi.'j.ation and proposes to vindicate his
character U-fore he goes to Europe. He
le.'d-s that he hits lrnen guilrj- of the great
transgression and liolds hiniy.lf in readi
nes to meet definite charges made to re
snnisilile parties. In his letter announcing
this fact he speaks of p:,ii,f,il nwnU uf ru.
cent incurrence and charges which have
tiken uoerTect, except the vague and varied
one put before the public by new-paper ru
mors and abusive goips. The old man ap
pears to b - anxious to disle the Issue.
Mr. J. P. McCartney, in the last number
ot his paper, the Metrojwlls Times, defends
himself against an attack made ujKin him
by the Vienna Journal, the "home organ"
of Mr. Kuykendall. MrMcCartney says he
was reared a Democrat (if the old Jackson
bnti-national bank audanti-monoisily school ;
that h saw the wfirmg of licricw slavery
and ODioosed it; that io wA' he Mrt tfic
uly vote that wsi cast in his county for
J'ohn C. rreiiiont; and that he rushed totlie
rescue of the flag when Logan and Kuyken
dall were making up their miiids, doubting
whether they would make more by going
South orstanding hy the government.
It is said, upon authority of the truthful
Washington correspondent, that the Presi
dent is daily ia receipt of letters requesting
him to put down the Communist 6'Kio
ties that have lately lieen organized in the
principal cities of the east and west. The
President will consider the matter, and do
nothing. He knows there is no sulmtance
in the rumors of the bloody designs of the
Communists. These men have no organi
zation through which they could use forc e
in the propagation of their doctrines; they
are not united in purpose nor jns.scsed of
arms or money necessary to carry on an or
dinar)1 riot twenty-four hours.
FIRST I3L0OD FOR ALLEN.
Hon. W. J. Allen, of Carbondale, has an
nounced himself as a candidate for Con
gress, and is now industriously engaged at
the work of making his calling and Domin
ation by the Democratic convention of this
district sure. At the Perry County Demo
cratic convention, held on Saturday last,
Mr. Allen made one of his able
speeches, and the convention instruct
ed its delegates to vote for him
in the Congressional district convention
soon to be heid. This is the first blood of
the canvass and it indicates the result of
the contest. The other Democrats, who are
desirous of serving their constituency at
Washington, are not active. They are
neither moving with celerity nor in a mys'
terious way. Mr. Hartzell. who will prols
ably seek a renomination, is at Washington;
Mr. Washburn, of Williamson, is smelling
the battle from afar off, and Mr. Albright
has not made up his mind to enter the
race. In short, Mr. Allen lias the
field up to this time, all to himself, and
will, in all probability, receive the nomina
tion. It is a possibility that some one or
all of the gentlemen named above may give
him trouble before he obtains the prize; but,
as the situation now appears, no one can de
And, if he should be nominated, can he
be elected ? We have no doubt he can se
cure a handsome majority. It is true Mr.
Allen's candidacy would induce the Repub
lican leaders to develop all the strength o
their party in the district, but the old
weapons used by them in former contests
would lie of little use in this. The war issues
have paed away: the war prejudices
have died out.
MR. HARTZELL A CANDIDATE.
There has been some doubt in the public
mind concerning Mr. Ilartzell's intention
in regard to the pending canvass fnrconiTes
in thi district. Some of his friends have
ass'-rted he would not lie a candidate and
others that he would. From lim directlv
nothing has been heard. But the probabi
lities are that he will not consent to retire
without a eontt-tlorrenominalion. His home
paper, the Chet-r Valley Clarion, in a:i ar
ticle headed: -11,11. William Hartzell."
At the viiu!n No'.en.li.-r e'tctioii the people of
the 1-th Coc.Tt-i'iu! Ii!-:rict W cuii at upuu
t'K illl'J.f a Member Of the lkU-e i)f I'.e,rei'li!a:ile.
tj -'Tve fur twoyia.-n from th'.- 4ib of Man h. l"T!i.
For fuur years tliu i!i:rkl l.a bem ri'jirevui. cl
t y Hoc. William Haft-;;, of I ln -i :r. am! idi.t
the time drns ij.nr f f.'iect a tmnhnl-beariT lor
tha Democracy fer the m celoii. It i proper to
din um th-; Ueliu of who that itumluril lM urer
ba!!V Wehaw stii.otin'edoi.rl.en. fthoi Mr. Win
Ilurtzeil fhoald he renominated and reelc iei,
ha- been ii:'lu-l rfoui- in the US" har'c of every duty
d-vohliii: u;'n him e a repp ntutlve. ml he has
nci'onipii-lied unite mmb any other nt!emn
oiaid bif.e done, la his place. f,,r, the ir.P re.-t of
Li iuiniedlute coL-ti"ae:it uml the ili-Tiit. We
have not L'.ar l a ronijlalht of n n'.ect o oiir mene
ber of any rviiae-t niadu apou liiin In r'-fefine lo
muOers lefii.-. Ihe (1 jiartiix.nt- I(epuWi-:,i,f. a
well ii V -laoi r..!-. '.one. de l.i- a tM !;y ai.i! crti
c!et:cy li: Ihl" place.
Some thtrk-lii'tii'c'l editor-e,-!n to be lt,cn;,'i',.
of recobclilic Ihe f.'l:irion' -'r;cture uti H:irtze!l'
jiroposed Joint resiiiir.lun to aineml the ron-tlpi-lion,
wilh l nppor: of tl. it c-n.!eniin for a re
Loiuinatioii io Coiureo. . The Curioii Is Mr Hurt
zeil's friend, but Is not o i,ed by him. and eta-n-l-a-M
it- rL'ht lo re;.ure him for any i,u- r n i, .
coli!teiit with !il character a 1 ' 11,0c rat ic r-p-resemathe.
Th" It; t rod :i-t Ion of t!i.n r'-olutioi.
na"r,-..i uili-r ale. hut It . i!K. only one the
C'l.irloU ha' uoi'd tl.rou.'l.out his (o.uere-loii.i'i
The public car-' r of Mr Ilarte!! ha- eeeemlly
met the upprma'. of the Ijetu,r,1( v ,t.a
It l tlnie tliui our friend" t.irou.'hout the dl'lrh t
should commence to lull; o,,.r this matter of n 1 an
dii'.ate. We are r i,ly to beln (he ball, and t- think
l: l not t'ci early to ' !, ,-: pr:nr 1.0. Will our
IietniM-ratlfcxchiiie.-e. oftai l"th dMrkt plenm to
w it u 1:0 iney are tor. n.at .u,,,, ,,. ))(.
di.ciissed amicably and that liem.mt" may arrive
at a hartiioiiloti- coii'-lu-lurp
PETTEN;ii.r;s nkwspapkk dirkc
TfiRV FOR l7,
We have- receive.
An examination of its content, l,,,, s;ltis,ed
us of its value to the member, of almost
every pM'es.ion. Ta jt lin. ri.cr,ll.,i tl(.
nanu s of 8.133 newspaper, ami periodical,
of which number 7j2 are isin-d daily, ftl
tri-weekly, lit semi weekly, C.H5 weekly,
llUemi-monthly.vitl monthly,18 bl-month
ly, find ftl quarterly.
The followmg facts, compiled from tho
hook, will IkmiI' interest to the general lend
er a well as pcron engaged In the print
ing Usim :
f V " 1 f,
Tbo rranevieDt orJie Wrtttory for retdy refer.
eucc. and for lie special and general bualfteiapur
pose or a3vniern. l fceU(ut. flnl wt have Lb
general newspiier lit, rurnlahcd Jn (ipgruphtetl
iTtiori, from which w find thr1n tho ew Itg
land lection there iro TJ5 uewpaiiers, of which "5
are dally. J trl-wuukly." 18 wml-wnekly, W7 woekly, T
K'tul muutbly, S. niouuily. 2 bl-moutbly and, :) uur.
Middle Section.-! dallv. tri-weekly. 33tml"
weekly. 1.440 weekly, 4i emi-monthly, 14H monthly,
11 bi-monthly. 31 tiuarterly. Total, ilit. J
Western Rclon- dally, 39 t-ketkly.cml-
wttVly, Weekly. 41 nJnH mouthly, moutbly,
4 bi-niontbly, 11 quurterly. Total, 8.W1. '
Paelfio Section. dally, 8 tri-weekly. 7 neml
weekly. 349 weekly, 8 aeml monOily li taomUly. 1
bimonthly, 1 quirttrly. Toul, IH4. : . . . j
Southern Section. 1JS daily, Si tri-weekly, SI
semi-weekly, weekly, 18 ceml montbly, V
monthly. S quarterly. Total, 1..VM.
British Am.rlca.- H daily, IS tri-weekly, 13 semi
weekly. W0 weekly, 4 uml-moiituly, 41 monthly, 8
bi-monthly. 1 ijnarterly. Total. 4s4.
The total uumlier, includlnu the paper in British
America, In $.613.
The directory also coutalni a list of all the paper,
by counties; a list of all the daily paper; a list of
the weekly and monthly paper having circulations
of uver 5.IXD copies; a list of relljloun weekly pi
pers; a list of agricultural and horticultural publua
tlons. and comprehensive lists ol leading Eurojuan
and Australasian neMspupern.
The newest feature iu the present directory I the
department devoted to descriptive sketches of some
of the prominent Journal of the country, and tbslr
The book l handsomely embellished with laithful
portrait of 8. M. Petteinjlll. the publisher; eo. W.
Cbllds, Hon. Buyard Taylor, Bret Ilarte, the late
James Gordou Beimel, and the late Samuel Bowks.
The advertising pages at the end of the Directory,
arc occupied with announcement that are impor
tant to newspaper men, printer and publisher
only. The preparation of the directory bears evi
dence of extensive and careful lahor on the part of
the compiler, and the result Is a hook which is in
dispensable to newspaper publisher and to that
large class of business nun who advertise in news
papers. Any reader who would know the extent
of the growth and development of the newspaper
enterprise of America, er. iudeed of Ihe w orld, w ill
consult Petteugill's Newspaper Directory.
The udvlco and knowledge imparted to advertisers
lu the opening pages of the Directory, reflect credit
upon the auspice under which it Is sent forth.
There is frankness and earnestness in the admon
itions, which will not be lost upon those who arc
to avail themselves of them.
THE RED RIBBON CLUBS OF MICH
IGAN. On the Oth of April, the Roekford (111.)
R-gister, made the statement that the Red
RibUm Clubs, organized by Dr. Henry A.
Reynolds in Michigan, had all gone nut i f
existence, and that the last one the Detroit
Club had W-cn sold out, etc. This state
ment coming to the attention of Mr. Joshua
W. Smith, the president of the Detroit club,
he promptly wrote a contradiction of it to
Mr. E. A. Goodwin, the president of the
R'xkford club. M'. Smith's letter was
published in the Rocs ord Journal of a late
date. In it he shv:
"I prouounce the stat-ment a bee and malevolent
falsehood. I am not aware that a single Reform
Club organized by Dr. H-nry A. Keyuolds in thi
State has pa-s d ox of a-ni-n-nce. The dub organ
ized by the d'ictor. and all others, were never in a
more flourishing condition than at present. The
doctor organized the Kid Hibbon Keform Club In
thi city a little more than fourteen tnor.th ago. and
from the organization of our club nnttl the prese nt
time, nearly ciuM hundred men have signed the
pledge. And 1 am proud to ar that a very imall
percentage, not more than ten per Cent, of the whole
number, have ever violated Iheir pledge, and In
many case when they have done so. have re
signed, arid today are sob r. loyal, law abiding
citicc. Our club has a "pacloua. well fiimlshed
bail, with a good library. We hold and have held
during the wilder three meetings ear b wvek. Ocr
Sabbath tveniLg tuei-tlngs are held In ihe Detroit
Op. ra House, the largest public hall In the city
We will comnier.ee on Sibhath te it and hold meet
ing every evening f,,r two or three w.-ei.-. Nearly'
two hundred tLousMid men hove signed trie pled."
n .uicntgan. aau we -jave ev.ry r aou
thank od and Dr. Kiyriolc! for the or,,..
thousands of w ritched. Impoverished at -J
unhappy home that now bask In the sun-hlne f
love, temperance and Christianity."
Mr. Norman Oeddies, of Adrian, Mid,:
igan. having also read the Matemctit of tl.e
Regi.-t'T. in a ietter to Mr. James Lamor.',
of Roekford. u'ives to it a denial as cli-
phytic as that of Mr. Smith. He -ayn I
I write lo brand the whole iai-rr.e:.t it.'i- 1
iaou-ly fil-e. It hasn't ev.m the shadow of a fo y I
d.itlon. N'-vt r tt any nerf.sd sine.. 1).,. ..nod li . .. 1
commenced Li- labors In HU-liigiHi have theclub s
ta bl i bet! by Llrn been n prosper j;. a- t.sday. NV.i-r
Iwfore wi re they doing such good missionary wr
-pushing out Into the mail town-and among -.V-fiirmers,
and establishing new rltiha. The ar.- j-..
compli-hlng far more than could have bo-n air,, i
pateil bythelrfoundi-r. With scarcely an i-xccp- ,,:
tin- clubs founded by the Doctor Ltve no: oth in-
crea.ed Ih-ir iiu in'.i rhlp but their efrlcietcy 1, a 1
ri-markable degree. In A.lraln. It not onlv !.i.r :i,r.-
than doubled It" tnemberfhip. but b i ir.sdr '.;.;
Ir working p.iw.-r; and so it is In Detnlt. and j
i.' ar.y nil tne itDport.mi town" lu t.'ie Statn. ai.i ;.
day there Isn't a man ilving who ha- nmre ii o.'.-d
friends In Miihigan ready lo r--si i.t any liiij-utv
Hon upon his honor and hi work than Lu- Dr I(. y
hold", the originator and founder of the red r.-ibo't,
From the aUive we draw the coiii-l'ii.n
that the Mii higanders have not gi r.i- iim-k
to the llowitiif bowl. The R'-yi-ter ;,.
A Rhm.mikaiii.k IU.sci.t. It muk-s no
ditl'ereiii-e how many phy-icians or Imw
iinieli nieilii iiie ymi have tii'd. it i. 11 iw an
established fact that Oermaii Syrup . the
only remedy whii h has given coinple'e sat
isl'iii tion in severe ca" nf lung disease.
It is true tln-re aiey.-t thousand,, of j.-rsons
who are prodispooi to throat nnd li.ng af
fections, coiimiiiptioii, heniorriage.",s.thmK,
severe colds settled on the brea.f, pnili'.
inoiiia. whiNiping cotiah, etc., who Inve no
personal knowledge of lioschoc's (nrman
Syrup. To such we would ny that .VMKIO
doen were sold last year withoir oie com
plaint. CoiiMimitire., try just line lmttle
Itegular size. ..Iieiit, Sdd by ull drug
gi-ls 111 America.
M.TTIKCOLUM.VN S LAI SbllY. 1
Mrs. b.ttii! Coleman ha r-opitticd lie
latlndry on Fourth street. In-twecn Wash
Ingtoii and Comiiien hd itvcnur, nnd take
(his methml of Informing hi r old friends
nnd patron that she I again ul their nt
vlec. nnd sollcli their iinlronage. Hhc
ha reduced price to suit the times.
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W. S. IATsSON'S,
Wa-h;M,'io:, A--T.f;. V:hi-j E!.s!.i L'I'y::ii
Ii-:r'ngtl.e t.est THIl'.TY DAY I :il s i; 1 ,n
for ch n.y large fofra-i.t o
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PRINTED WRAl'PINO PAPER,
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For sale nt MniiiifiietiircrV Trices,
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PYKINfi AM) HKNoVATINf;,
yoL'R 01.1) CLOTHES
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CKAS. SHELLEY. SO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
16" Ludln' and ficnu' u;d bat made tew. 1
rrilE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
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W. r. HAl.LII)AY.rrelilent.
H. L. IIALLIIIAY, Yn.e Prv.ideut.
WALTEK 1IYSL0P, Cashier.
S. ITAATN TAVLOH. W. r. IIAU.I11AY,
UK SUV L. IIALLIllAV, . II (I N W ISII1U AH,
U. II. WILLIAMSON, sTll'lltN Blllll,
II. II. CANUtL.
Exchange, Coin ami United States Buiuld
llOCWIT AND SjLD.
Deposit received and a general banking business,
YLEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. HKOSS. President.
I. NEFK. Yice l'resldel.t.
H. WELLS. Cashier.
1'. J. KKKTH. A-slslani Cashier.
F. Urol. Cairo; William Kluife. CalM;
Peter Nell. Cairo; Wllllum Wolf. Cairo;
A. Sttar:ka. I aim; K. L. H UlngIeT. St. Louis;
E. Under. Cairo; 1. II. I'.rlukmaii. M. Louis;
II. Welle, Cairo; J. Y. leiason, Caledonia.
4 (iENEKAL HANKING Hl'SISKSS DONE. Ex
iV change sold and bunghl. Irilenut paid In the
saving ISi panmeut. Cidleciimw made and ail
rustnc promptly ttli ndef! to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31. KIO'J.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEUEsTpald on dejwlt M in h 1st and S. p.
ti u.bi r y lttt rest not withdrawn is added im
mediate. y io' the principal of the deposits, theiei'y
giving then. compuuLt. mitres:.
fir children and married women utuy deposit
money olid noon else cin drave It,
WALTER HYSLi P. Thf.asitsku.
J NSURANCE AGENCY OF
"Wells Sc KEJiTH,
Rojill ( (UliUliilll fakj-Vlftl .'a.'.i" .V 1 4 Ta'.! tS
luitisli America I-a'w
orK 1 ttv-i.
I n,,,, I '.(Of Phila-lelphia: abli-l.ed In l-o 1
'l't Assets, f ;.Hj..il.
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KI.-KS WIiI TlEN AT FA I It KATES.
)e Sn A lfxruiiltr County Uruik.
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Opdeis fop (VkiI by the cnr-loail.toiior
in Iiogslieads for shipment promptly at
tended to. To large coiisnrjiers and nil
niaiiufaetnrcrs we are prepared to sup
ply any quantity, hy the mouth or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
iiffiie on whnrrboat. foot of Sixth street; ofllce of
Ilnluday Itrothers, opposite l. I'tnirds- lintel ;
Egvpilnn Mills. Twentieth str.11: lonl Duni)i. foot
of Thirl -eighth street, or pni of.lced rawer 'Vy
2v EW YOKK STOl.E,
WHOLESALE AXD KKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
I-N THE OXTY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
; M i ; ) ' '
Cor. NlKtertb sireet atd 1 (,v( Til
Couinifrclal Ave., f l-itlH', Jll.
C. O. PslTIEIt & CO.
PecoriitioiiH for Aiitique l'ot
tery, ChiimOlaM and otlier
AVarc; (iold and Silver laper,
Tissue and Glazed Paper, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors ami
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps,
Lyres and Crosses; Moss,, flue
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion Books, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all these go to Ilartlay'.
Bald Heads. Attention !
Cai bolineat Haivlay'.
Plain and Fancv Stationery;
Papatcries in large Variety,
attractive for their Peauty,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
.Mourning Papeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap le
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; llnbher Hands
etc. If in Want don't Imv un
til Yon have Seen and Priced.
Fur all these go to Part-lavs'.
(irav Hairs !
iXow'.s "Sour Chance !
Caim.oli.ne at 1akclav'.
Lultin's. Atkinson's and all
Imported ami American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For the.e in Original Ilottlcs an I in
I'.ulk, iro to Jiarclay-'.
DaiidrniF Out ! Ileirone !
Cai-boliiu at I iaivlav-'.
If von want a little YarnMi,
Furniture Polih. Linseed nil,
Turpentine.White Lead. Paint
or Colors of anvkiml. a White-
wash Pruh, Paint or Yarn Mi
Pribh, Stove Placking, Shoe
Dressing, Sewing Machine ( ik .
or any of an Hundred other Art i les
in Daily Use, go to I hire lays?' Drug
Store, either on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, and Get What You
Want at Prices to Suit the times.
Carboline lor tho Toilet.
Feather Dusters. Ostrich and
In very Large Variety and at Bottom
Prices. Ask and See at Barclays'.
Uarclavs' is tho l'laco.
Buy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Promo Chloraluin,
Chloride Lime. ,
Now is the Time on these Goods to buy
Cheap at Barclay's.