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OFFICIAL I'APKK OKTUK CITY AND COUNTY.
TJhh. Xally, Kditnr.
IJnoTHt i! INoini nations.
ron state TiiCAt'itrn.
EDWAKD L. CKuNKIUTK. of Stephenson.
FOB HTNllNTrNliRNT or I'l'RI.lr 1NSTHK.T10N,
SAMl'KL, M. KTTKH. or Mt Loan.
rnR ci.i:uk or the ktiiksik nn i.T. sou-urns ckanr
JAcyB O. CHANCE, of Marion.
TOR O.KIIK OK TIIK ArTl:l.I.ATIt COCKT, SOCTIIF.llN
lOHS Q. HAKMAN. of Alexander.
tin.Tj closed at 100.,' jn New York.
It is stated that forty thousand crutcsof
pi-ii'.luK will follow tlie first one, shipped
from Georgia to New York lust Saturday.
W'v. have authorized Sheriff Suuji to cm
l!y for Tiik 1U i.i.ktis a coiiijM tt nt Hcfwn
'diMr. We an- resolved to have all the do.
purtnients of this paper tilled with men of
uhility. virtue, iiKMlesty Hnd lioncsty.
A (.hand reunion of the Mexican veter
ans of Illinois will tHke plaeo in Peoria to
morrow. General Shields, whose- record in
the Mexican and the late war is alike dis
linuished. will l.e the orator of the day.
Ont telegraphic markets arc of unusual
interest this niorniii";. They indicate a
divline in prain tind meat, which is caused
in a j,Tcat measure, no doul-t, hy the Ixmnti
ful hanest tit hand, ami ly the immense
product of jwrk and cattle.
Ik the Kejiul.licans will nominate Hon.
.1. .1. Bird, the colored olitician, for Con
rrcwii) this district, the Democrats will, on
their p:nt lit we can persuade tliem to do
hi), fetch from Springfield Hon. Charles
Nelson, the colored Democratic orator, and
nominate him. This would he a fair issiu:
jcincd k'twocn the parties and without
intendini; to he rmh we miht nree that
the devil should take the hindmost.
A Siii THKKN Democrat wants to find out
how much truth there i in Secretary Sher
nun's statcim-nt that one hundred million
dollars of fraudulent rebel claims had
been paid by the United States treasury,
and h. lias therefore drawn a resolu
tion re'juesting the Secretary of the Tichmi
ry to coiiiinuuicati! to Coimres specific
statement of all fraudulent claims jiaid by
the treasury, with a hi-tory of each ca-e.
and on whose report or recommendation
these claims were paid.
"VVK are reminded of the fact that two
important politician of Southern Illinois
were omitted I'mm our li-t of would-be
candidates for Cnngres -, (i,(.,Vi )
Alexander, and Col. .Iimiis Cuiininghain,
of Pulaski. AVe hasten to supply the omis
hion; but wt; fear Mr. ()lr!y cannot he
moved to the duty of srrvini; his country.
He is one of the most ivtmnu.,t ,,f ,m.li
and is mm h too bashful to be manufactured
into a cundidate. He is a Hower born to
blush unseen. Col. Cmmiiiiihani iH i,t,
however, to be put down by the Democratic
leaders and he cannot be cowed bv the
leading Republicans. II,; has a U)n, (
liis own, and the people arc demanding of
him that he shall sacrifice himself '.
altar of his country, lie will probably re
spond to this demand and become a candi
date for Mr. Ilart.ell's official shoes,
Wk lcnrn that the Murphy pic-nie. at
Dlandville. Ky., last Saturday, wa a spl. n
did success. The cili.eiis the town, with
their accustomed liberality, had made
,iimp!e preparations for the joyous occasion.
A cool, shady grove, in the eastern su
burb, WHS selected. Near two thousand
people attended, and were entertained dur
ing the day with good speeches plentifully
interlarded with better music, l'lu y Rovd
ntld Thonilis II. Corlietl. of I'adueah, Were
, the principal spcaki is from a distance. The
dinner was delicious in (piality, and pro-
. tligiotis in size. Large basketsful were car
rifl Imhiic untouched, and the "scraps"
cosily have fed unother such crowd. The
people of the "Ptirthas" certainly ossi(n
their pnppurtinn of the yencrul teinperHiiw
excitement. Umht its influence immenie
cfuwdii Buthcr. week after weuk. Tkc clr
ctis and nienaperie must take a liack seat.
fiiK coute0 for Appellate Jude in
Kentucky has become quite iuterestino; and
exciting and its result eomcwhat doulitful.
The leading (.Hndidatcii ure Jmle Corwell
Dennett und Capt. T. II. Him s, lawyers of
uudisputuhlo fitness for the position sought
1')' them. Dullard, county had lier share of
the general excitement lust Monday, the
day appointed for a Democratic mass meet
ing therein." It has been estimated that
over fifteen hundred ul de-bodied Democrats
withered at the call, every one of them be
injr anxious to vote and speak in the (frcat
meeting. Persistent efforts were made to
thrust greatness upon W. S. Disbop, a resi
dent lawyer of more than ordinary capacity
und attainments, but he modestly thurst
back the blushing honors. Then came the
tnjofwur.- Hines was declared victor by
a majority of live to one. Our readers w ill
rcinemlH'r him as the redoubtable Hines
who cut his way out of the Ohio peniten
tiary, during the late unpleasantness, and
carried fJen. .blin Mor.m In mfi-ly to t),
THE DLIGHTIXi; INFLUENCE OF
Our Pope county correspondent says that
county lias nothing to be ashamed of
excepting rive hundred Republican majority.
Our correspondent treats this matter too
lightly. Five hundred Republican major
ity in a small county like Pope should not
be laughed at by any one who has the in
terests of Southern Illinois at heart. A
much less Republican majority than live
hundred has ruined larger counties than
Pope, and that Pope has been able to stand
under the Republican majority she is now
utfiictcd with proves her to Ik possessed of
great vitality. She has no railroad; she
has no telegraph; she ought to have letter
schools; she ought to have more churches.
There is only one other county in the State,
we believe, in this condition Massac, also
a Republican county a county that
gives, as Pope does, about five hundred
Republican majority. This fact shows the
blighting; effect of Radicalism. No Dem
ocratic county is in a condition so deplora
ble. With the increase of Democratic
votes in Southern Illinois intelligence and
enterprise increase, and with the increase of
intelligence and enterprise there invariably
comes an increase of strength to the De
mocracy. 'The increase of the Democratic
vote in Williamson made that county com
pararively (juiet and law-abiding; and the
establishment of the Southern Illinois Nor
mal University at Cardondale resulted in
wiping out the Republican majority of
Jackson county and in making it Demo
cratic. All therefore that is necessary to
make Pope and Massac happy and prosper
ous counties is the defeat of the Republi
can party. Wipe out the Republican ma
jority in Pope anil in Massac and replace it
with a Democratic majority, and both those
counties will soon be able to boiM of tele
graphs, railroads, better schools and more
SWING ON WENDLINO.
The Alliance' of Saturday, April 27th.
containing an "editorial letter, from the pen
of David Swing, the subject of which is
"Three New Oiators," and its argument a
denial that eloquence on the rostrum died
w ith the Websters the Choates and the
Evcrvtts of the past. The three are Inger- i
soil, Joseph Cook of Huston, and George j
Wcndling, a brilliant trio, each one of J
whom, Prof. Swings believes, proves in his j
liU'nill'ISi ill til-it Ml"., iifi' n..t 1 1 1.... ..... I
-. . iini . i.,.'!, j-. Jt..i t; I'iri oil,,
.Mihoucli no ii" of ib-c muvj' e tin; c,;!ui
of tiin-e fni.l i'.vi r toi,L-.ii- whirli uiirn hi-tury. i
yet they lire u ri'tinirkiilile atoiip i -ii i.-i!e frmn the !
fact that they lime not i t pu-.nl Into the magnify-
It'!.' utliin-plieri' of the pu-t. The.e thre inlirhty
tiilkeis fho the il.anirt. r of the times. f,,r u,,.
rights of man hli . unkei,ei all old cloqm nee !
Inollii; hei ii secup (. thesi' toie.'iie are driven I
toward other theme and foilimlui; the fi-nlu of
the aire, they a'l hllilll l;i their orilllon. oil the liu.l.
"1 inoriils und releon. There can lie moratory ex
(ept lloll u u'M Ht llhject und III this decade the
iacp.tloii. of reliirion are the ino.t liuprefslve. s I
ciii caiid the C hurch tollllu- touether. not llicoiicert
nit III trreut vitality und lennilni.'. huve fully aronw d
the puliHr In the dirciiloti of iirltuul fact and fun
cy. The three iuiois of the day appeur hence In
the name iil'certulu liirins of morn! meditation and
Inner"!!! oppose. . .pr taullMii-Cook and
Wt ndllii". espouse it. Iner-oll reveuls the most
wit mid ui'iiteiiess. Cook the nio.t leurnllu;. Wend
lliilithe most unice und dliiliy mid tin' I t r u-
"ii. Inv'ersoll lutiors under the difficulty of limine
the poorest cause. He Is a ureal lawyer tnlllnu' un
der a had ease. He can raise a luii'Mi und can cheer
up the vast uiullem e Willi Ills uiiiti hli s. rpeccli. hut
all the while the court und Jury are Moulin him.
The world cannot lei 1 deeply the need ol an over
throw of rcllt-lon. It i wlllliii; to laiifli at the pie.
Ii'iices ol the churchnit u. hut It Is rather partial to a
heller III a ioi and u future life. While liiL'er.oll
is superior to Cook and W etidlliii: u a pupuliir or
uior, they oiilriink hlui In the quallly of theli
ject. They huve a l.etter reason for opeulnu their
,Of the three, Prof. Swing evidently
and naturally, leans toward Wcndling as
the most masterful in argument, the most
brilliant in style and the most reasonable in
belief, and pays him the following high
ireat and powerful lis It i;eroll and Cook are. It
is a L'reut picusiirc to tern hum hoth und hear
Wciidlliii!. 1 stn ak only for myself. Hut Wi-iKilltig
dii to the 1,'ieut subjects u pirvr and tlcur style.
Ills liinuuiip', hl Iol'Ii', Ills lidau'liialliin. Jjii cmin
clutliiii, his nmlliod ur till ft tliu old Kvvrctt und
Cliuiiiilnu m IichjI. ') , y, !(. ;
With thi estimate of hia powers the?
many friends and admirers of Mr. Wemllihg
in this city, will heartily agree, aud will
thank us for re-prod ucing here this tribute
to them from Prof. Swing, himself the most
gifted pulpit talker of the West.
' i ' POPE COUNTY.
TIIK ONLY T1IIN0 TOPK HAM TO 1IK ASIIAMKU
OK. IKAIr.WSOKOOIX'ONUA. OITMAO
KOI H KOI III.K Ml'ItDKU. ('AMHI)ATK KOli
TIIK SK.NATK IS TIIK KIKTY-KIIIST MISTH1CT.
- IlKMlKlt.VTS fl.KASKl) WITH TIIK ('EN
TKAI.IA CONVKNTIUS NOMIXKKS.
Hy "I'roxy." our own Corresiiudctit.
(Jouonda, 111., May SO,178.
Our long jtotato season Is about over.
Mr. Thomas H. Clark, our clever pro
secuting nttorncy, is back home from Henry
county, Tciui, He was called there to at
tend the burial of his father.
The new Tennessee river packet Silver
Cloud Hissed up this afternoon. Her offi
cers are delighted with her behavior on the
trip. She runs well and handles splendid-l.v-
We bank high on all our merchants.
We don't think they can be surpassed for
social and commercial standing. Come up
anil .'of Hcrinutntn.l '! 4!ims .in.l r ll
lie willing to brag on them yourself.
The news of the triumph of the South
ern counties was hailed with delight Mr.
John Q. Harman has hosts of friends up
herein Pope county and lie must come up
and move amund some this summer.
Mr. Stiger and Capt. Mat Williams
have recently purchased the Silverthorn.
The latter w ill take command of her and
run her in the Evansville and Cannelton
trade commencing some time in June.
Some tobacco is ls ing handled by Jno.
C. Raker, our largest produce dealer, and
by Wiley llobbs. The other leading mer
chants Messrs. McCoy & Sin and A. D.
Pierce, deal extensively in all the other
products of our county.
Pope county has nothing to be ashamed
of except a Republican majority of five
hundred, which she has been in the habit
of jMilling. We hope to get well of this
ailment in the near future; but it will re
ijiiire good Democratic speeches and plenty
of them to effect a cure.
Our people are well pleased with the
result of the Central convention, i, e our
Democrat people the other side expected
to bear of discard, dessension drunkenness,
etc., and are distressed over the harmoni
otisncss which now prevails among the Illi
Our estimable friend Judge Foot has
announced himself a candidate for nomina
tion as St:ite Senator in this District. We
know of i.o other candidate so far, and if
there were others Judge Foot's claims arc
not to le ignored. He is unable man. lie
has been identified with the Fanner's club
all the time and he is a substantial Demo
crat. Our city elec tion takes place on the
first of next month, at which time a mayor,
six aldermen and a marshal are to be elect
ed. There arc four aspirants for the office
of marshal. The present incumbent. Mr.
.co. (I. RoMZ, will nio.t likely be re-elected.
The salary of a mayor in our place is most
always paid in curses loud and deep: like-wis.-the
wages of the aldermen. Hence,
no candidates are out as yet for those of.
The bodies of two murdered men Were
found in the river tit Pell Wiley's place in
Livingston comity, Ky., last Friday even
ing. They were identified as being two
medicine peddlers who had been in th'- i
cinity a few days previous. One of them
was shot through the back of the head:
the other through the sj.lc ,,f- the head jil't
back of the ear. Roth Were ripped open ill
the iibdoiuen. and tlu ir bowels were pro
truding. They ;,V , mi,., I ,. , ) .
ley's farm three miles below Carrvilie.
Their naiii"s are Henry C, I -ii - i:. of Mad
ison. Ind., and l-Mward C. MeCli.ivn. of
Mas. It has since been ascertained that
John Hill mid Kn.uk l!a!.-,i. jee-ntiy of
Johnson county. III., who were ( miing a
crop mi Mr. Wiley's jih.ee are
the murderers, Saturday morning
blood Was noticed on Prank Rololfs boots
and in bis wagon. He tried to borrow
money from a fanner named les, .Mr.
Rcss iiii . tinned him in regard to the blood,
whereupon he confessed that he und John
Hill killed the two men for their money
one week ago. Re s,,i, their bodies laid
ill the corn field m ti! Thursday night when
he agreed to haul them to the liver if Hill
would iiisli them out into the current Hill
failed to do so anil the bodies Were found
near the sjif.t where they had been placnl
in some drift, lb- i. kliow ledged that the
crime was done f,,r iiemey but that they
failed to get any. Mr. Riss neglected to
act at once and Is th the fiends are now
at large. Mr. Reason's twiii brother, -vho
is also a ji-dlcr, expert,., t meet his bo
tln r In re last Sati.tday. ! is terribly
shocked OVIT the lii Ve!i,ptn..:! of the ;,n-t
two days ami is now in j, result of the two
assassins. )ur cit'..i-ns lu re Ictv -siipilied
him with money nml some of them are
arranging to go with him.
John Roach sent D,,m lvdro one
hilison s phonograph-. It wi nt by the City
of Rio Janeiro, the first of ,is steamboat's
on the llrazilian line, which sailed from
New York Saturday. The instrument was
charged before its dcpi.rtnre with an ad
dress from Mr. Roach to 4 he Emperor, ex
changing compliini nts and congratulations
in view of the estubiishiiii nt of the new
line, and is the first instance of the us" of
the jilionogra.h for s ;ch u purpose.
STATE POLITICAL CONVENTIONS.
Calls have been issued for state political
conventions as follows:
May Pennsylvania Democratic in
Pittslmrg; Pennsylvania Prohibition in Al
toona; Indiana Nations! in Indianapolis.
May Vermont Republican in Dur
lington. ' MaviO. 1' Democratic, in Cedar Ra-
)ids; Alal ia Democratic iu Montgomery;
Tennessee Democratic (Judicial) iu Nash
June 5. Indiana Republican in Indiana
jvjlis; Maine National in Lewistmij Michi
gan National in (irand Rapids; Conference
New York Orccnbackcrsand Labor Reform
ers in Auburn.
June 7. Illinois Prohibition in Decatur;
Missouri Prohibition in St. Louis.
June 13. Ohio Republican in Cincinnati.
June 13. Michigan Republican in De
troit; North Curolina Democratic in Ra
leigh. June 18. Maine Democratic in Portland.
jum. in, Iowa Republican in Dcs
Moines; Missouri Republican in Sedalia.
June 3(. Vermont Democratic In Mont
jiclier. June 3"i. Michigan Democratic in Lan
sing. June 37. Illinois Republican in Sjiring
ficl.l. July 4. Arkansas Democratic in Little
Ris k ; Vermont Native American in Mont-
August o. Louisiana Democratic in na
Tnn motiikii or Tim omcicuvw.
The Watertown Times says: "jri a
neighboring tow n a resident owned a hen of
a fancy breed, that strayed ujion n neigh
bor's promises and laid tt nest full of eggs.
Another hen belonging to the owner of the
land took jiossession of the nest aud hatch
ed the eggs. Tin n ihe two neighlairs got
into a wrangle about the chickens. They
were sold by No. 3 to a third Jmrty. where
Uion No. 1 got out a writ of rejilevin, and
the case was tried a lew days ago. w ith
able counsel and many witnesses. The
court decided that the hen that hatched the
eggs was the legal mother, and dismissed
the rcih vin suit."
Hk whs a Oeiitile, and jiarted his hair in
the middle so that ju ojile could swear he
was evenly balanced in the uj'per story.
She was a Mormaii girl, and jicddled car
rots for a living. They met and were smit
ten. The old gentleman was a Norseman,
and mighty particular alxitit (Jentiles call
ing around a carrot ranch, so he jiropounil
ed tin si; connuudruiiis: "You peleet' Yo
scji was a brofit. hey? You dinks llrick
haul wiis his succi ssor. hey; You swhare
Slum Daylor ish Rrickhain's inri ssor,
hey:" "Damfino," said the Uentile. -Veil
see dot doors ; Di n you youst (lakes a lee
die walks." And thw is the way young
"Shentilcs" are encouraged in Zioii. Salt
SlItAW ni.liKY festivals have taken the
jilace of the winter revivals in the churches,
A strawberry, brcthem. isn't as big nor as
slijipery as i.n oyster, but it costs jii.t a
much at a church festival, and i- just as
lonely and as hard to rind in a short cake
as the oyster was in the wilds of ,i native
Want of capital kdcj's Ni w -Orleans from
being the greatest tobacco jmrt in the
lJi'TTLH. A large lot c hoice dairy butter,
for 10 cents jicr nind, at
Al.IO.X. (illAVLs & Cu.'s.
Ol r of Ti Nt. When the tones of a mu
sical instrument become harsh and discord
ant, we say it is "out of tune." The same
maybe said of that far more wonderful and
complicated jiiice nf mechanism, thehumnn
structure, when it becomes disordered.
Not only actual disease, bin tlio." fur more
common causes, over-work, mental anxiety
and fa-t living may impair it vigor and ac
tivity. The best remedy for a altia! cob
lap-'of (he itul em rgies, from these as
from other cause., is Ho-tetter. Stomach
Hitter-, w hieh i at the -.line time an agr
able and mind-cheering cordial and the
best possible ir, !goraiit ill all ea-es (,f' la
bility. It is ;.n incomparable stomal hie
ailti-biiioo lileiiiciiie, eradicates fever and
agtl and prevents ubeipient attacks. It
reinedii s with certainty and thoroughness
bone) ar.d kidiiiy iinjiloiiit-. ipep-ia.
ni ivoii. i, I ... iheumatic Doubles uinl many
other bodily ailments. It ai-o cilliiteracts
inft;- lie, which p-e,i-p,,se to di.-as,-,
ft Mils AMisnr.
(J !KA T A I T KA(."I I( X
S. S. .MATSOX'S,
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lei ' i.-i, ii. y i:ir;"-, .-ortue nt , :
Jtn.iiii :.v s
And (i KNTS1
FINK HOOTS AND SIIOKS
ROYS' anil YOITMS' (.(Kills.
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i lin' lor ,i ir-eiM-.. i..n r ,t.'i i Un I'liH '
s 'MM Kit liKsiillT
'PIIU finorlte Wlsi oiislii Summer lli'.orl. eomhl
1 nil,.' nioie i.i'.M,i:iii.e ai.i'. uttrui Huns than 1:111
he ftnti d iu an nrtveiilsi ni m.
fSiinl for Henrll'tUe Clreuhirs nad enn. nml
ee how small a sum it will r, ei.le fur .vwir Sum
mer rest und 1 njoj 1111 i.t,
(VAddresa HA VI ft (.liKKNW.W.
ihcUord I'. t.i. , Wiseot.slii,
f : sSW.
rpjIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
Cairo, JUiimix. i'
W. r. HAI.l.lDAY. rnsldeiit,
II. 1.. HAI.l.lDAY. Vhc l'resldelit.
W ALTEIt II Y si, UP, ( ashler.
S. STAATs TAVt.olt, w. r. II A1.I.10AV,
lirSIIV I.. IIAI.IIIIAV, 11. II. I I NMM.IIAM,
U. II, WILLIAMSON, sTlrnlM fcUl,
Kxchiuigc, Coil und United States Rtnids
llOUe.HT A XI) SOU).
Deposits received and n p lu ral hunkiii)! husltu ss
LKXANDKR COUNTY DANK,
Coinineriial Avenue und Klghtli Street,
V. UllOSS. President.
I'. NKKK. Vl.e l'r. .l(!ent.
II. im.i.o. iisnii r.
T. J. KKKTii. Assistant Cashh r.
F. Ilross. Calm: William Klui'e. ('aire;
I'eter Ni-ff. ( aim: W illluin Wolf. Calm:
A. su.unka. I'aim; K. I.. Hilllnsli v. St. Louis
K. Under. Cairo: K. II. Hrlukmaii. St. Louis
II. Wells, Cairn; J. Y. I lunsoil. Caledonia.
4 I.KNKKAI. HANK INC HISINKSS DONE. Fx
iV ihanin solil and lnuihl. Interest nanl In the
suviii.-s Department, i ollei lions u.ade and all
hii-im ss , run. 'il; am lined to.
JNTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,
ciniiteriil MkitL UW.K
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL DANK,
( 'ail-, i, minion.
IN I'KHF.-T paid on ! posits Mnrrh 1st ar.d S. p.
0 nil , r l-i 11 1, o -t i.oi withiltiiMU i. acid d ini
niediateli in the rim Ipa! of Oie deposit., thi rehy
Ulvili;' tlii'iu couil'otii.d iLter, -t.
Clilltlren hikI iiiarrlnl women aia) deposit
money and imone 1 1-e eau draw it.
WALTER HYSI.nP, Tui.a-i nm.
J NSl'RANCE AUE.V Y F
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Hritish America : A:l" Lr"Tt'N"VSJ.'V..
M illovillo ' Klr- and Marin, i Mli. III. . N.J,
.'1JIM tlllt A-.i i.. Jl.iiJ.nsT i.
coininciriiii: ..,;?fN,:B v,,:v.sc.
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! at uniform rates.
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XKY YORK STOKK,
WIRILKSAI.K AM) RETAIL
The Largest ariety Stock
ix Tin; city.
Cor. NlnAe.'iith "Ireet und 1 ln'..i 111
Ciitiitiienlal Ave., (' lllllOjIII.
C. O. PATIKlt v. CO.
Decora titms for Antique Pot
tery, ChiuH, (-lass and other
AVare (Jold andiSilver Taper,
Tissue and (J lazed Taper, 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 instruc
tion Tooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all tln KC iro to Hai clays'.
Bald Heads. Attention !
CarboliiHT at Jfcuvla vn
Tlaiu and Fancy Stationery;
Tapateries in large Variety,
attractive for their lleautv,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning i'ajteteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Ta
lK?rs; Knvelopes, J'ens, TenciN;
French, Fnglish and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Rubber Hands,
etc. If in Want don't buv un-
til You have Seen and Triced.
For all tliee jro to Rare lavs,'.
(.rav Hairs !
Xow's Your Chanot;!
Cakiiui.ink at Haiici.ays'.
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Ter
fiimes at low Trices. Call and
Fur these in Oriirinal Rotdcs ami in
Hulk. i!d to Riirclajs',
DaiiilruiTOnt ! Beirone!
(,'aid)olin' at I ia relays'.
If you w.Mit a little YaniMu
Furniture TolMi, Linked nil,
Tui pcntineAVhite Lead. Taint
or Colors of anykind.a )'liite-
ali Iruh, Taint or Varnish
Mrihli. Stove lllacking. Shoe
1 Mcsing, Sewing Machine Oil,
or any nt' an Hundred other Articled
iu Raily I'sc, to Ilarclays' linn;
Stoic, either on tlie Levee or on Wah
iuetoii Avenue, and (let Wliat Vut
Want at Prices to Suit the tilucs.
(,tid))lino Ibi' tho Toilet.
Feather Dusters, Ostrich and
In very Larirc Variety and at Rottoiiti
l'rices. Ask and Sec at llarilays'.
15a?lilVN, is tho .'I.Maco.
lluy your Summer Disinfect
ants. Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Tromo Chloralum,
Now is tlie Time 011 these Goods to buy
Cheap at Rarclay's.