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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY A XI) COI'XTV.
Thou. Xiilly, Killtor.
Democrat lo Xi in it itit ion.
run statk TiiKAt iit:it.
EDWARD L. CKoNKMTE. of Mcpli.n.oii.
fob M't'KiiiNTEViirsT or fim.tr is-stiicctio.v,
h A ML EL M. ETTEH. of .MtLu.ii.
ron clkiik or the nci'iimit t rt. hicthkiix i.kaxd
JACOH O. CHANCE, of Murlon.
mn clkiik or Tim awku-atk (mut, muthern
- u HAS' It IMVIsloS.
JOHN HARMAN. of Al.xaiid.-r.
Ol n friend Davis, evidently anxious to
.have nothing but good spoken of liimself,
published un item on Friday last, headed:
"Never speak ill of a woman." The good
old soul of tbe Sun need give herself no
alarm. Xolxxly will t-penk ill of liim. .Slie
iijipfals tH eloquently to everylmdy'ii miu
pathy. A Coukkki-on.knt of the Johnson Coun
ty Journal is anxious to have Mr. Hayes
hurled from power. AUriht, we"hitll
not weep when the hurling; ork eoinniencc'.
but we. would rftther k1io( him ut f the
c hair be has no rirlit to sit in shove him
off gently, youni; and so fair, f.tshioni-d s
slenderly, yowiy; and so fair. Hut hui lin;:
or shoving may In; a bail policy. AVe shall
Tiik Itcpubliran eonriional noininnt
in convention of this district will nominate
either Col. Deitrich or C'apt. Thomas on the
11th of July next. Our eyes were never
blessed by tin nrtuiiiiy to oLscrvv tin;
vnerable form of the Colonel, but they have
.'lhireil the fair pro tortious of the Captain.
A l.t neillit renn haven seat in Cmiiri't 'S. The
Hemoerats will continue a I)cinocrat in Mr.
Jlmcll's congressional sIkvs.
Lately a prisoner in tie- Juliet peniten
tiary was whipped and tiiru'ed and starved'
anil lie died. le had a rilit lo die. Any
man who is whiiped and i;ai.ri.'ed and
titarved oui:bt t die. And the nu n iho
whipted and iraifffed and ht-irved the dead
rascal otiirht to be required to a!-o die at
the end of a rope. All 'unitization into
the cause of the death of the convict is iiuw
iroresiti!.'. and we hope it will amount to
(t n friend Iloiiton, who i a v " 1 fell'iv.
takini,' kindnees from every one uho vill
ive tin m and rcturnim: tew, will, lie says,
when he ascertains who are the nivalis of
(eivernnr Cullom, "(li-fiis with them
the prison contract and the benefit and duty
if a host of State ('oii!ini".ion-rs who have
fattened at the public (fill ever since the
ll-puliiieaiis have been in power in this
Mate." .Now. Tit K Hi.i.i.i.ris aked Mr.
lJoutoii to furnish the eidener on which he
based the charge that the C,.iinii-s:oiie! of
the Snutherii Illinois penitentiary were rob
bing the St:ite, and this is his ivspoiisc,
We 'reiiine he meant to intimate
something, and would ask that, when he
enters upon the ilisciiin of the lmi u'
Coiniiiissionei s who have f.ittened, ete he
also embrace in the discussion the fellow -
who Wanted to I f the ho-t of fiitenini;
Commissioners, and were disappointed.
Tut: Alton Democrat sas th;,t it j i,;,,).
e l that jierhaps Wilhanks may conclude to
run iodeiendent. This hint does Mr, Wil
banks injustice. Al'ti r the convention al
Centralia had nomiiwited Mr. Chame for
Supreme Clerk. Mr. Wilbank-, upon Uciny
informed of the nomimitiou, left the hole
mr un' nan in wincii tlie convention w,,s
beiny; held for the purpose of elidolsilie- the
ticket and ih'ilyii)e; to it his supporl. (in
the train, that evening, he said:" would
rather be defeated as ii Jleinoeialie Candi
da tv than succeed as an Independent candi
date. If 1 could be induced to run as an
independent candidate, J would vote fur
Chance against myself, I will be heard
from in support of the ticket. I will do
more for it than most of tlw men who have
Im'cii assailing inc." This is the wy Mr.
Will'iinks talks, and we have no doubt he
means what he savs,
THE GREAT FRAUD TO RE INVES
TIGATED. The Washin-rtoa House of Rt prcscr.ta
tives has adopted the putter resolution, and
by this action has determined to make an
investigation of the rascality that gave
Florida and Louisiana to the Hayes electors.
What the result of this action w ill lie can
not now be asserted; but that there will
flow from it the troubles that the Re
publicans predict, we do not believe. This,
however, we may safely say, that the in
vestigation irHsed will undoubtedly prove
that Mr. Tildell was cheated out of the
Presidential chair by a base conspiracy of
leading Republican -mliticians. The ad
dress the Republican numUrs of Con
gress have issued denouncing the propoM-d
investigation as an attempt to Mexicanize
the country w ill 1 read with derision by
every intelligent citizen. It is a weak at
tack by weak nu n in the interest of u weak
limn who has Urn elevated to the Presi
dency bv fraud.
All the materializing mediums of the
country are In-intr lAmwd. Thev are turn
ing out to be iniostors. Mr. Mott, of
Memphis, Missouri, is the latest victim of
investigation. A few days ago, while ler-
sonating a spirit, a red liquid was squirted
into his face, and he was unable to clean it
off before be w as taken from the cabinet.
The tell-tale liquid, squirted at the
face of n pretended spirit, was
found on Mutt's. He was angry. He
explained and he swore. He got a shot-
run and hunted the man who had exposed
him for the purpose of making a spirit of
This Mutt was once in Cairo, and gave
one or two of his fimlish exhibitions. He
had things his own way until we suggested
that some person should shoot at aspirit.and
observe the result. We held that if the
materialization" was a spirit the bullet
would not hurt it; and, if the 'materializa
tion'' was Mott, the bullet, would kill
him and all would be well, The
editor ol 1IIK jsu.l.hTi.N voiunteereu
n. . r t ..1 i
to strike the Mott spirits on their spiritual
noses and take the consequences. Mr.
Mott did not materialize any after Tick
IjCI.i.kti.v's programme had been made
public He left the city immediately.
Hut notwithstanding the cxjMisurcs of
mediums that have been so common lately,
the Cairo spiritualists the real spiritualists
of the city still believe in materialization.
They do not reason, and they are too far
gone to be able to know w he n they nrclieing
deceived by male and female impostors
calling themselves spiritual mediums.
Till; GOODNESS THAT WAS
The world has decided that the late John
Morrissey was a bad man; and we think
the verdict of the wot Id wa- a correct one.
In his lite, in so far a it related to his
duty as a citizen and a member of society,
there was very much to condemn. He w as
of that class of men w ho make money off
the weaknesses of their fellow men. He
was atone time a j utiri I i-t a man interested
in nil that is comprehended in the word
".- m n-t I ii lt- In his more mature years he
left the fiiUr-cornereil field, and became
a politician a member of legislative bodies
and a "power" in his neighborhood : but he
still continued to "-port," and hisgainbling
hell Was a place of gilded temptation in
which many a man of good impulses was
Nevertheless. John Morrissey had many
good traits of character. lb' was liberal;
and his home life was charming. This
rude mall ol the World, was. in fiis family,
as tender as the best mall in the world.
While he wa-yillg dead, his w ife said to a
" ll;ive Villi nr-i-11 hilll? "
' Yi -."
"Tell till". MnW llill II"' ee III villi;"
" lie sllllles like II Ull'l." Sllill llll' L'elllletlUIII.
All! Hint's it lie uns liken u'lrl -at least he
vwis eenlle us one. Nn man knew - no oar nil
e.iitli cnii know liow .ueet mid im!,e nml tender lie
ii-. lie never lii-i hi- temper. In Hie liini.eii
(I: i 1 rt could tttl-t ti i iii niniiijil lnr Hiil'it. 'linn'
ttiis never n nliM In . life he did nut kiss nie lie
fori' lie Weill In Iveil "
And more of the same kind. The woman's
evidence may be that of a partial witness;
but she lias convinced lis that her late hus
band had much gondii1
Ill his character.
Many it man of saintly reputation high in
the church at tlnj altar may be might
learn it valuable lesson tVoni it study of the
home conduct of John Morriev.
THE COMMI NE IN OERMANY.
LuMHiS, May IT. As ilililuati'd yestef
day, the measures which the ( iei man g,,veni
nient will propose against the socialists will
take the shape of wry severe limitations of
the right of public meetings and of a free
expression in the pre. I'lince Ih'siuarck
has stated that socialism i an intcrnaliomil
disease, and should be stamped out by in
tei'iiatiounl action, as the cattle plague was
SCIIOI VALOIT'S sl'CCLSS.
St. Pi;TLUilUi. May IT. It is be
lieved that Count Schouv'alolV has siicccded
in convineing the eliiieror that it i to Rus
sia's interest lo concede In Miirohe niot of
th" demands fornmhited by Kllglalld. Tile
assembling of Luropean congress nppear
eoiisetpieutly assured, despite the iliillcul-
tic which have arisen at Coiistalinople eon-
ci-rning the .iiiTenderof the fintr"!-.
THE DAILY CAIRO IiULLlTIN:
"Si John is married:" said Dr. loreland.
"Had the smiillHix failed twiceln bunl
ness lost nil he invested in the Middle
comb mining stocks and now lya way
of a rand finishing stroke, has coimiitted
the last blunder that he can possibljlK; ca
pablc of getting married ! Just likelohn!"
Dr. Moreland was a bahl-heade man,
with aquiline features, sparkling cyc and
an iron gray fringe of hair arouii his
temples unit, as the moneyed man (f the
family, all his relatives looked up to him
with "the utmost respect notminingleiKvith
a little awe; for he had what is calhd a
temper of his ow n.
"He hocs you'll like it, uncle," said John
Morcland's sister, a timid little old maid
of two or three-and-thirty.
"Hopis I'll like it:" repeated the imsci
ble doctor. "Why don't be commit sueide
at once, and then send word to mu tint he
hoxs I'll be pleased.'"'
"Hut she is a very beautiful girl."
"Rcautiful:"' Dr. Moreland clevatedhis
aquiline nose in double-distilled sc.irn.
"And of course she'll want India sluwls
and sets of coral and silk frocks to deck off
her lieauty and where s John to get 'em :"
"And site is a poetess. Uncle Morelai d."
Worse and worse," groaned the oldnmn.
Rurnt puddings, buttonless shirts, dust in
all the corners and inky ringers, A poetess:
Just like John:"
"Rut you'll call, uncle, won't, von :"
. 0..11? - mu siioulil l call tor : siinipiy
demanded Dr. Moreland. "I can't congrat
ulate her on marrying John, for I think she
is a fool for doing ir. I can't congratulate
him, for I think lie's a bigger fool still to
entangle himself with a simcring doll
baby of a wife, who writes verses! Pah!
I've no patience with the folly of this
"Yes, but unci"
"My dear." interposed Dr. Moreland.
brusquely, "I'm particularly engaged this
morning, so perhaps you'tl better go down
"Vis, uncle." said Keziab Moreland,
meekly. She was used to her uncle's re
buffs, and took them with a philosophy
w hich was worthy of a U tter cause.
In spite of this vituperation, however,
Dr. Moreland did call on tbe bride. He
rang the door-hell of No. tilt Roltby Square
at an caily hour, as he chanced to be pass
ing. "I'll catch her in curl-papcr," said he to
himself, his lips twitching with a malicious
A little maid in a frilled cap and white
apron, answered the door-UH.
"Keep a girl, eh:" said Dr. Moreland.
savagely, to himself, "And on John's sal
ary! A pretty inodeof economizing.' that !"
The little maid showed him into a sunny
parlor with an oicii-gratc tire on the hearth,
and hyacinths in the window, where u very
pretty young lady was seated at her needle
work. She roe to greet him and he w;e
a little liapMiinteil to see no trace of either
curl-paK rs or inky ringers.
"I Mipiosc you are John's wife: "said he.
Tlie young lady smiled.
"Yes," said she, "I am John's wife. And
I conclude that you are John's uncle, Dr.
"What, do you keep a servant for:" de
manded the doctor, plunging abruptly in
"To do the work." said Mrs. John, open
ing her eyes rather w ider than usual.
"Whv don't vou do it yourself :"
i, . i ,t ,., 1 1
"Recuse I don t like washing windows
and sciulibing iloor-steis, calmly rcsjmnu-
I'd the bride.
"Mv mother did lierown work," curllv n-
Mrs. m,h feminine spirit was evidently
"No." said Dr. Moreland, "voll are one of
. ... . , . .. .
tbe women of the period Ymi ireter to
sit with folded hands, while your husband
. :i 1: i:r . ,,. , ... , '. ,1,. ,. t;(i.
tolls his lite out to serapc togethel a little
V..m ,,,;.t-.l.-,.i, tl,. tie Af, .11. 1,. ml '
said the bride. "I may be one of the. Wo-
men ot the penoil in fact. 1 rather glorv
in the title but I am also one who firmly
believes in husband and wife sharing alike 1
the burden of life as well its its pleasures." i
., .... .. . ', . , ... 1
"ilumph. said Dr. Moreland. Audit)
ever monosyllable expressed a whole die- '
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UOIIiUV HOI III OI.III..M..II vpilliri.-, II
"Yes," said Mrs, Jones, not without a cer
tain i!etinaiico in her tone, "I write poetry."
"Let me give you piece of advice," said
Dr. Moreland. with hand in hi pocket and
nose in the air. "Just burn up all your
pens and paper, loll up your sleeves and
gotowoik. That's the only way to get
ahead of ihis world."
"Do you think so;'' said Mis. John.
"Yes. I think so!" aid Dr. Mon land.
Tin verv sorry not to agree w irii vou,"
said Mrs, John, "but I take n different view j
'oh. very well. "said ). Moreland. rising i
from his seat in high dudgeon, "think as vou
please; it's a free country. (Jllitc free!"
"Won't vou stay and take lunch w ith u.
, . , . , . ,,.. . , , , i i
Incle Moreland. said the br.de sooth-
'"No. thank you.; said Dr. Mor.-iand.
"Iblt there's one thing I Want to impress
,,,., your inind-and perhaps it would be
as well to mention It to John, t'Mi.
"What is it. I'liclef"
. , , . .... .
"Just this: I hat it yon come to want
when voll come to Want would pcl'lmp
be a more correct expresslon-you don't
come to me lor aid, I wash my hands of
vou and vour i ti v."
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"I llssUfe Vol!, uncle. ai she, "W e Ili-Ver
had the least idea of becoming pensioners
on ,,, , "
oil -lilt lionntv,
'Terhiips vim had, perhaps yoll hadn't."
said Dr Molel-mil cnlehiier nl, his I, it !
san HI. aioii I, inn, t ait nillg Up lilsli.it. 1
W ish yoll n Very gooil-nioriilllg.
Alld he desecn.le.l the staji way. two steps
at a time, and shook the dust of the oll'elid-
ing lioiisehold from his feet,
Scarcely three months afterward poor i
little Kc.iah came in with a red uos" and
swollen eyelids, to tell I'ncle Moreland that
poor John was dead.
"Dead, i he;" said Dr. Moreland. "I
said when he married that poetry-writ ing
gill, that he had comiuiltcil the last blunder
he coll'id be capable of, but it seems 1 Was
mistaken. II" could die and h ave herotl
"Oh. Cncle Moreland !" sniff -d poor little
Ke.iah. between her tears,
"Don't be ii fool," said I'ncle Moreland.
"I liked John ns well as you did until he
wore mv patience out. And I'm sorry that
he must need go and die and put us all lo
I the expense of ii funeral."
I "what is to become of John's wife!" fa I
tered Ke.iah, timidly,
"I don't know that that's any of my busi
' nes," said Dr. M"p land.
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY
It was scarcely a month after poor John's
remains were laid in Greenwood cemetery
when Dr. Moreland received a black-edged
'Krniu John s wife," said lie contracting
his brows. "I wonder what she has got to
say to tne after all my warnings."
From John's wife it was a neatly writ
ten missive which ran thus:
:ah 1'hci.k Mohri.and: Wllllvnn mme ot mo
this iiln rnoon at 1 o'clock? and oiiIIm.
Your nrlei tlmiiite nclre. Ciaha Mniii:usi) .
"Ah!"' said Dr. Moreland to himself. "I
kuew very well - how it would Ihj. I pre
dicted it all along. She's going to throw
herself on my compassion. Widow jnni
Ioh iilighti'd hopes and all that sort of
thing. But it won't go down;" buttoning
liis pockets with a significant air "I
warned her just how it would lie, and I
shall give her to understand that as she has
madi'licr bed so must she lie tiKin it."
Ki ziah picked tip the note w hen she was
dusting her uncle's library, and looked pit
cotisly at it.
"You'll go uncle, won t you: siml she.
oh, yes," said Dr. Moreland, "I shall
And be went accordingly.
John's wife was sitting by the fireside,
dressed in the deepest of black and looking
prettier than ever. Dr. Moreland sat him
self down opposite, and looked hard at
"Well," said he, "what do you want ot
"I wanted to ask vour advice, uncle,"
said die young wulow.
A I tout what:" (instinctively clapping
his hands over the jiockct where he kept
"Alxmt the investment of my money."
"tlfvimr money:" Moreland could
scarcely credit his ears.
"Yes, my money, the money 1 have earned
by sindinu ioetical contributions to the
various magazines and riodicals of the
day. It is not a great deal : but it benough
to enable me to live comfortable for the
rest of my life, if 1 can only manage to get
it suitably invested."
Dr. Moreland stared. He had come
thither prepared to steel himself against the
supplications of a pcnnillcss poor relation:
but here was John's wife, entirely indepen
dent of him a moneyed personage in her
own light. And the idea that that pale
faced woman should absolutely have ac
cumulated a little fortune by hi r pen
seemed incredible to him.
Success is a wondetfiil softner of human
nature, and Dr. Moreland's hard features
relaxed, in spite of himself.
"I shall be verv glad to help you invest
i it. in v dear," said he. "And and I really
think you're a very sensible girl. And if
you have not decided uxn a home, my
niece. Keziah and I shall be very glad to
have you come and live with Us."
"No," said Clara, serenely. "I prefer my
ow n home."
"Is there nothing else I can do for you:"
asked Dr. Moreland as he took his leave,
after receiving the young widow's detailed
Nothing more, I thank vou," said Clara,
Dr. Moreland went home, seat' d himself
before his desk, and drew a long breath.
"A superior woman," said he; a very
lie want, tunic
i "That's th" trang'st art of it," said
! Dr. Moreland. "She oidn't want anything.
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l ! II- Wil". J'.'l"!!: Mr. Kale Wal-h.' Jl-.it.':
E-tllle III 'Inhn K. Mllltll. $ HU .1. .1. Mel (lllllll k.
aj-j -,u: M rti -i.e.-i L. I'hilhi lek. . .Mi: .Inn. Inn, p.
i hell. i'i .v.: T, N. i.lll. n n; ; N. W, fait. r. mi
'':- T- M'-'IH. 1" 'J : Im. staid. .:l!i .r.; W. K.
Hiiwklh. .'iii: K.liiti'ol Kenllmiml Vl. ior. $i;:
It. Wood. nns: .u. Ih im. Jin; Win. W inter. J.',:
) ' ' "itnmi.S-: ' t Jin . u; o
.1. XS LOU SMITH. A.l-ni'i
pilE fiivnilte VIi iiiislii Summer l!eort, coinl.l
1 niiik' mine inliiiila.'e and iii:riii'llnnr ihnn ran
tic slated In mi iidM-itlseini-nl.
'-s Send hir li-M't l.llv" Clri nlnrs it ml terms, mid
sec how smiill ii sum It will n-iiiilri' I'm-.Minr hum
incr rest mid ciijowiieni.
Jhlltlnl .l I', CI., W In lllislll,
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HAI.LIDAY. rrisldeiit.
II. L. 1IAI.I.IDAY. Vltil'ri side lit.
WALTEH HYsl.OP. l ushler.
. STAATH TAVI.OIl, W. I'. It A l.l.l PA Y,
IIKMIV I.. HAI.I.IIiAV, II. II. I t S.SIHUIAM,
U. 1). WILLIAM-OS, sTM IIKN lllllll,
II, II. CAMitE.
Exchange, Coin and United States Roiids
IIOfOHT AND sol.l).
Pi posits received wild a pjieral biil.kllitf lH!-iln
ri, mini led
y LEXANDER COUNTY HANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. Itlioss. 'r, sldi M.
I', KC. Viie -President.
II. W Kl.l.s. i ii.lil. r.
T. J. h KKI II, Asslstunt I'n.lit. r.
1)1 KKi THUS:
K. Iln-. Cairn; W (Ilium Klut'". Calm;
I'et.-r Ni ft. Calm: W illimii Wolf, i aim;
A. Misimka. Cairo; It. I.. HI II ilijj-lcv. l Louis
E. Ituili-r. I aim; E. H llrinkmun. St Louis
It. W i lls, ( uiro; .1. V. CI, nisnii, CaU-douia.
i OKNKHAL HANKISt. Ill sINF.sS lmNK.
; i hiiiii.-!! sold ami l,iiL'hi Interest pnisl In o
suuin: Ih-pnrtineiit. 10111110111 inndi' uuu ail
tiujiiei. pmmpt:i uo inieit 10.
JNTERPRISE SAVINGS HANK',
( liiirteri d MuHi HI, Jil9.
OFFICE IS CITY NATIONAL RANK
I NTEKKsT piiid on 'i,.,-i...ii Mnn h lt and S. y
1 teint'i-r lt. li.t' re.t i ut ItlnlruH n i aiiiii-d On-
llielli.itely to the prtl: Ipal ol !ll utpnsllf . tin n 'iy
k'i villi: llli'lll lolllpoLLli ILtltl-t.
Clilliln n ami nmtriiil women iiia) uVn.ir
Iiinin uml liuniie else i i:U draw it.
WALTER HVLo Ti;km nt it.
1N1 KAM E.
j Nl'RAN E At.JENCY oK
AVklls iS: Kkktii,
III l lll -I.STIMi TIIK
U yn 1 ( 'a natl in n : , h;,K '!'$..:i.o.m i;!;,!,;
( oimiicirial:A..,,VfN'tt .Y,,:k;,,..
F'lllMtl "l,f l'l'l'-'!':l'l'i: i.thl-ii-'eii ii ii i
i moil, ..s.i...u.i..-.'i..
r;i..iii.iiiw . Mt.,,1...
t mo ii . , t. jni't.'i'".
l',lK KITTEN AT 1 Alii K.VI L
)t l'n'' in A IcmiiiiIit t "i n i n t y I t i i.k .
TJ ! r
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A. : '
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Mt.( 'aid .1 hi.
I Vytona (.'atiiH'l
Order for Coal by the Ciir-Joad. toll or
iii hogsheads for shipment promptly at
tended to. To large coiMitiicH nml nil
niiiiiiil'iictiircrs we arc prepared to sup
ply any inintity. hy the iimiitli or jcur.
ut uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
l nil,,, , ..ti it 1. 1, i-l -. .u 1 1, .i... . i ,,tM
ii ii. n , J. i iii
lltlllflhlV lllelhel. oppii.llc SI. I lllllll lletel:
K.ri ml,',,, M in. 'I,.,., o, .ii,., i ; I i,', I I. mill,. I, ml
' .,.! . ' " , ' .
; or Tlilrly-i-lu'lilh trect, nr pn-l-nllli c dinwer :iii.
' VAIID'.TV sToUK.
XKW VOKK SToUK,
W1I0LKSALF. AND L'F.TAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TH K l'l'V.
Cor. Nllieli'i'lilli street lind I
1 'out on ri I nl Ave, I
C. O. PAT1KK Vc CO.
Decowtions for Antique Tot-
tery, China, C-fass ami other
Ware; (JoM and Silver raier,
Tissue and ( lazed Taiter, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps,
Lvrcs and Crosses;, Mos, fine
Colors; Wax Flower I nt ruc
tion Nooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all these go to llai clayn',
Haiti Heads. Attention !
iiain and Fancv Stationery;
Capateries in large Variety,
attractive for their I'eaiity,
Xovelty and Superior Quality;
.Mourning TaiM'teries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
pers: Envelopes. IViiSjlVncils;
French, -FiiglMi and Ameri
can Inks; Scaling Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
oi'ted Colors; IJulnVr Rinds,
etc. If in Want don't lmy un
til Vou have Sen and h in d.
Fop nil tin se iri to li.iit lavs'.
(rav Hairs !
Xow's 'S'atii' Cli.'uicc !
(' aiic.iiI.i.m: at I.i: i.
Lul'in's. AtkiMin's and all
Importctl and American Per
fumes at Ion Prices. Call and
For thee in original l!ottIc and i
lllllk. U'o to l:.teit'.
2 DaiulruirOiit ! Ilciioiie !
( .'aid ilint at I Jaivlav
: . ATTKXTlo.V
If vou want a little VarnMi,
Fiiniitiire INdMi. LiihiM -l Oil,
i TllIieiltilie.Wliite Lciid. I 'a i lit
i or Colors of am kind, a Wliite-
jtVH - - .il Pl lhll. P.lillt 01 'lll'Ilih
P.rihh. Stove marking. Shoe
Pressing. Sewing .Machine Oil.
or any of un lliiiulii'd other Articles
in Daily l'c, g. to l!are,i Drug
store, cither on the LcVI'c op on is.
illL'toll Avenue, mid Oct What
Want at Trices tn Suit the times.
Feather Piislers. Ostrich and
r 1 I ........ ......... ... 1 it
'' ,rl. ii rue etj un llll 1. 1. iioiu
I'lleos A si. ii iiil si,, ii ii I liieeliis'
. - l 11 I I I I I . ' III .'III II,.' -
'Hjuvhivjs is Hit; I 'lace.
liny your Sunimer Disinfect
ants, Copperas. Carholie Acid
Powder, Promo Chloraluni.
Now Is tlie Time mi tlirso (JoouS to buy
Cliciip ut Ititrcluj'si.