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OFFICIAL PAI'Klt-OK THE CITY AND Col'XTY.
TIiiih. Xully, J-Mitr.
IJf'IlKK'l'Ikt It! Tlllin!lt ioilB,
Foil sTlTK TIII'Al ltKtl.
EDWAIiD L. (. UtiNKlUTK, of Stephenson,
for iTi:ittTt'viir.NT op rrni.t.' isthi i-nos,
SAMKI.M. KTTKH. of McLn.n.
roil clkiik oftiik mtiif.mk cocht. sotTiir.ns ioiasii
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marion.
foil CLKIIK OF TIIK ArPl'l.I.ATK l (IIIIT, MU'TIIKIIN
,!OHN (J. IIAIiMAN, of Al.xiiml.r.
(i(n.u cliiod tit lOH.j' in NYw York.
AAiiiiNiTiiN uilii t' iivilh't tlio fiirly
Ti'iii'ivul i if Key from tlio Prci-i. lint's
Mu. Daniki. Wiuiix, wIki litis hiulcliiiri'i'
if tlio Quincy Wliisincf 1T4, dii .1 nt liir
rrMili'iii'c in (Quincy lust Suiulay ninrnin.
Thk "T.iinl 1im1".o of i.lfUFcllows i if Mi.
fimri is nnw in sos-ion at St. Louis. Tim
rt'pinls t-linw 13,(KiO liH'iulnrs iinil mi
invi'stiiu iit of -J.OIIO.IHH).
Mil. .Inns II. Oiikhi.y, i liiiinniiii (.f tin
llciuiM'tittic ('Dnri'ssioniil (oiuiiiittocni' tlic
Ki";hti'fnili ilistrirt, lias iiU'd :i cull inn
vt'iiin; tin' ciiiniiiitti'c nt Mound City, May
:1, at two o'clock, p. in.
Pkominknt citizens uf Cliiiapo tin al
tatiny the iiii'-tion of n cli vati'd railway
for that city. It is liclicvcd that one can 1c
lmilt nt a cost of from fifteen to twenty
five ier cent er mile less than the (Jilliert
elevated railroad of Xew York city.
Tn K youni; orator, J. Harry Sliiuinon,
oed H years, hit, hccii sistonisliinj; Chicago.
He knows 1,019 prose pieces ami S.ihm)
ji'M ins. These lie letillled ly hearill": them
read, each of thcin once. He cannot write,
mid learned to read a few months nyn.
Tiiev mix things in the papers. The St.
Lmis Hepulilicaii, of Turday, announced
the presence in that city, at the Laclede
l-.otel, of Hev. F. K. All.rii.dit of Murphys
l.iro. Font, came of a clerical family, lmt
he has not yet, we lti lieve, clothed himself
with the Vestments of the altar.
CoL. WlKl.t vM 1. Moitltlsos, of the coin
mittee to investigate the Florida and Louis
iana huink is n man who will not hesitate
to follow the truth wherever it may lead
him. He at least cannot he frightened hy
the Hepuhlii Hii wolf cry. He will inist
up in I'Xlvisinjr the Uepuhlieall rascality hy
which Hayes nhtained the presidency, and
wisely let conl-c(Uonccs take care of them
selves. Tiik emioration inovciiient aniono the
tailored peoileof the Southern Slates has
attracted much attention and caused not a
little speculation umui h- prohahle results,
Alsitlt fifteen days lion the ship A .or left
the lmrlMirof Charleston, South Carolina,
with more than 'Jon m ..pi men, women and
children for u new colony a few miles from
Munrovia. the Liherian capital. Others are
to follow thrill from other parts of the
Sksatoii Thurnian has reported liu, k !
ttdversely from the judiciary eoinmiitee the
hill to allow women to pract'ci- hefore t!ic '
United States supreme court, it x in r i
ground that the committee hud rvuniiicil !
the law and found that there w;,s noihin" !
in the lawtit present to prevent wonu n from
praeticiii"; in the court, and that there was
no necessity for special legislation on the
That was a very graceful Utile speech in a trance" last week. im, .r b,y was
made hy Vice-President Wheeler to the j about to undervio a postmortem cxamina
jiatid and assembled citizens, who greeted j ,'",M hy the doctors when signs of lite b".
)il in on Ids late arrival, with Mr. Haves ,'Iim'' vi-ilil and in a short ti-ii" site was in
nnd her daughter, at his home in Malum-,
N. Y. And w hatever the asperities ,,f ,i.
tics nmy bring iisn Mr. Hayes in the way of
adverse public criticism, the American pen
jile liohl hut 'one opinion concerning his
w ife, the good mid wise mid wninilnly wo
man who presides over tin; destinies of tic
Hon.'kwton IUtkmav, vli ln4 law
mentioned a- tie.1 jijuilmMi! lepuMirtii cap
didati' for !?tat. litiperinteiidcjit fl'ub
lInstjlietibu, Hiyf, iii a iiotoV'to ttc lul
lie, that he is not nnd cannot lien candi
date for the olhVt1, Tlie CliicMy.0 Kvi'iiin.ir
Journal relicts Mr. nateman's deeliiiiition,
hecaiise, in the opinion of that paper, "his
iiaine on the State ticket thn fall would
literally he a tower of strength ;'' The Jour
nal may lie rijflit in its estimate of Mr.
1'ateiiiaii's strength, hut licside Mr. Ktter
lie would W a slow vminer. Mr. Ktter, the
Democratic candidate, lias the ahility to
outstrip any competition. His majority
will ranee ami mo; the thoiisaiiil. No mat
ter who is lirouuht out in opposition to him,
Etter will win.
TIIK NATIONALS OF TIIK EIGH
The Niitioiials of this district are getting
ready for action. They propose to nominate
a candidate for Congress, and make a vig
orous rl"ht for victory. Their iioiiiiiiatim.' con
vention meets at Carliondale on Friday next,
and on that day they will put into the field a
candidate to represent them in the canvass.
Who tliat candidate will he cannot lie safe
ly predicted, hut Mr. McCartney, of the
Metropolis Times, the most influential man
ofthe party, ventures an opinion of the
sul.joct that will he of interest to our read
The coming r-onventi.in .if tin.' Niitloiinl party, to
In' In-Ill nt (.'iirboinhile on tlie tilth. I- iK'tflmiliu; to
iittrni ! !!: attriitlou ..f tin- public. Tln-iv ih-oiI not
be any tnlstippnrli. iision ns to our objiris. W'e lire
not ill-p.iM'il to itiHlje thr qiK'sti. ill. We lire tired
of tn.li ri'iiri-t'iit.'itioii and U'lfi'ltitinii as we Imve
had. and wv us n party, priipnsi' to 'lio our huiul
III this ioiikt. We I'Vpu't to Iioniiiitih' u lliall for
Cninrri's on lu xt Ktlday:i' i p. it to put u nta.i
In tlie He lit that the pi.ipV I'tili Vo'e lor. ilh olue
assurance that III the ei. ut el hi- il.'rtloi). llu.v
will have a man In Coii;i'.-s who will delight t.ulo
his duty. Who this nitiii will be, we are lint able to
say, but we limy Vytilre the opinion that It will be
one of the two men. either llie H.m. K. K. Albright,
of Jtick.ili county, nr I'tipt. S. I. Pavis. of llu
luoln. IVrry rounty. eithti of wh.ltu will make a
strong r.iee. and if elecleil. wmilit be a credit to the
ili-trict. Let Ma'-ac county haw a full representa
tion In th'.ii convi titi.m.
AI.15IUG11T YOU CONGHESS.
Hon. F. E. Alhrioht. of Jackson county,
will le a candidate for Conines if he can
olitain a nomination l.y the Democratic con
vention of this distiicl. Thi iinnoimce
lnent is a notice to all panic conci rm d
that lively times may confidently he c
picted hctwreii this and iioiuination liny.
MrTAlhriiiht isall active eetithiiiall. He does
not sleep at his work, lie never yet tired,
and always utilize every means nt hand, in
an attempt to aceoinp'Ml his purpose. His
friends tire like him in ciieriry, and are
very much devoted to hi interests. The
contest hetweell him and Jlliltfe Alh II ill
Jackson county will he an ci eedini;!y in
teresting one, and its OUtei.me will he
an'nAisly looked for hy every DemiM itit in
this district. If he should j:et the .hickson
( oiinty dcleoation, his own nomination will
not he made sure, hut his success will ren
der the Judge's nomination, now apparently
a o-reat prol nihility, extremely dmihtful.
Of course, hetweell these two trelitleliu n
hetweell none of the Di Iilocratii: candidates
for nomination can Thk Hi i.i.I'iix inter
fere; hut it may, very properly, take an in
terest in the contest and keep its readers
posted. TlIK llri.l.KT IS will therefore keep
its eye on Jackson county, and carefully
olicrve the varyini: aicctsof the Allen
Alhrijjht conflict for Deinocratic favor.
SnrTHKKX ILLINOIS 'F,WS.
I'eiry county has forty-five Sunday
The Jackson County Horticultural so
ciety is in a tlourisdiiig condition.
A county teinjierttnee convention is to
he held ill Carhoiidale on Thursday.
There are now one hundred and ninety
seven convicts in the penitentiary at Chester.
The schools of Massac county, outside
of Meti-opol., cost nine thousand dollars a
Kev. J. W. Murphy of Jackson county,
picked one hundred strawberries from one
hill last week.
Thirteen students will rtnlutite from
the Southern Illinois Normal university nn
the hlth of June.
Mrs. Anna M. Cu-ey. widow of the
late lion. Samuel U. Cas.y, died at her res
idence in Mt. Ctirinel hist week.
The Ml. Cai uiel U"irister is, we believe,
the oldest newspaper published ill Southern
Illinois. It has jiM entered il thirty-lifth
Two brothels named liayler living two
miles east of Curboiidalc, got into a iU;trre
recently, and one wounded the other very
seriolsy by stabli'iiur him in several places.
-Michael Hvtui, who was scut to the peni
tentiary from Alexander enmity in 174 and
recently transferred to Chester, was last i
Week taken to the Instille .siuin lit Allllti
his mind hu',iie' I,. nie derangi'd.
A lady liv'm- iu U indohih county "fell
full possession of her faculties.
The Spuria Phiindculer advocates the
imminent of good salaries to the school tench
eis, on the oround that teaching is a pro
fession and ii very important one, arid that
'employment for six months in the year at
starvation prices is not a great inducement
to teai heis to lit themselves for the profession."
FHOM WILLIAMSON (X)UNY.
ISTKHKfTINO mm W UTM, SKWTH l;
TIIIAI, 01'' THOMAS .M IT II 1 LI. Koll Til
hll.l.lSO (iK .losKMI lllUiMl.NgKVKKyKAJU
.Mill I'KIISOSAI. MATTKIIS, WKATII Kit,
l III IPS, KTl't
(1'roni our imii Cnrri'spomliiil.
M.unos.'HU Muy 21, lT8f
Tin.' fruit trees are already hreakiny
under their heavy loads. There wilj, he, r
much lurger crop of apples find peaclies in
this county this season tluiit was ever kimwn
A citizi'n of this vicinity, A, J. Keaster,
wtis working on a hogshead hoop on last
Thursday, when the end of the hoop, with
a nail in it, struck him in the eye, mid en
tirely put it out.
John Chnncey was hroitght to this place
from Stone Fort, on Friday night last, and
placed in jail. John ami his hrother-in-law
had a tight, at Sioiie Fort, the day pre
vious, and the lirother-in-law received in
juries that are supposed to he fatal ; there
fore John is held to await results.
Tin.' I'cpuhlicim nominating couven
Ion of this county met here yesterday, nnd
placed in nomination the following ticket:
For sherilf, W.J. Cadlinger. present ineiim
1 M iit ; for coroner, Martin Odinu; for county
commissioner, T. J. Throgniortoii. After
the business was finished, dipt. Thomas, of
M..t ...It.. .,.1.1. ...1 ll...t iv.,o.ii ""4
.'I VI l ' 'J" 'l i , inimir-iii iii.'r. j..,. -.,.,.
The wheat crop in this county will
yield much more hugely than was cal
culated on two or three weeks aijo. The
late rains have hrought it out wonderfully,
and with the exception of moist in places
there is nothing working detrimental to a
larue yield. Harvest will coiiiniciici! in
some of the earlier crops the latter part of
The trial of Thomas Mitchell, charged
with the killing of Joseph lleiison, at Stone
Fort, iihout seven years :u.", was taken up
in the Saline Circuit Court last week.
State's Attorney HartwcH, W. W. Clenieii,
Esip. J. I!. Ca'vi it, Em;., A. T. lleiison. A.
J. II ns m. A. M. Askew and W, L. H. nson.
of this place, Were' ill attendance. The
trial occupied the entire week, and on Sat
urday ni-ht at 11 o'clock the jury hroiithf
in a verdict of manslaughter, and fixed
Mitchell's penalty at two years Jn the peni
tentiary. A GOOD STo'lY A llo IT
PI I A NT.
ul.nsol TKAMANV SI'.K, r TOUT AS KI.l'.l'll AST
Hl!lSO Willi ClIIl.IiltKS.
;Kroiu the St, Nil Indus.
Ill the- autumn of lS-ii I was living in
the interior of IJeniral, and I went to s)vetid
Christinas with my friend, Maj. Daly. The
major's liuiiiialow was on the hunk's of the
Gant'es, near Ccwnpore. He had lived
there a giaul lnanv years, hein chief of the
Uarterinastcr's department at that station,
and had a good many elephants, hullock
carts and soldiers under his command.
On the morning after my arrival, after a
cup of early tea often taken More day
light inlndia I sat smoking w ith my friend
in the veranda of his huiiL'alow, looking
out upon the 'mdini:s of the sta red river.
And. directly, I asked the major almut hi
children, a Imy and girl, whom I Jia.l not
yet seen, and hegoed to kimw
should see tlu lil.
"Soupramnnv litis ttiken them
Illg. sanl tlie Ititller.
Why. isn't Soupraint.ny y.'i'.r great war
elephant .'" 1 cried.
"Exactly o. You ealillot hriW folirottcii
of course nut. I wtis hen'. y,,ii kr.ow,
win II In' had that fight with the elephant
who went mad while loading- a transport
w ith hags of i ice down yonder. I saw the
mad elephant w hen he suddenly hoirun to
fling the rice into tlio river. His -mahout'
tried to stop him. and he killed themaiiout.
The native sailors ran away to hide tl elli
selves, and the mad elephant, trumpeting,
charged 5-ito his i ne Insure. Old Soupm
many was lu re, and so were Jim and
Hi-ssey. 'Wljcn he saw the linn I al.iliial he
threw himself hetweenliini and the children.
The little ones and their nurses haii just
time to get into the house when the fight
"Yes," said tie-major, "old Soup was a
hundred years old. 11- had been r uined
to war and to tight with rhinoceroses, but
he was too old to hunt th'-m."
"And yet." saying I. becoming animated
by the recollections of that day. "what a
gallant light it was. Do you rciucmhi r how
we all stood on this porch and watched it,
not daring to fire a shot lest we should hit
Old Soupraniiny ; Do you remember, too,
his look when he drew otf, after fighting nn
hour and a half, leaving his adversary dying
in the dust, and w,.!koi straight to the
'coral,' shaking his great ears, which had
been badly torn, with his head bruised, and
and a great piece broken from one of his
"Yes, indeed," s,.,id the major. "Well,
since then he is more devoted to my ileal'
little ones thai) ever. lb- takes tin in . 'lit
whole days, and I am perfectly content to
leave them under his charge. I don't like
busting Christian children to the cure of
natives, but with Old Soup I know they can
come to no harm."
'What; you trust children under ten
years of age to Soup, without any protoe
tionf" "I do," replied the major. ''Conn- along
with me, if you doubt it. and we w ill sur
prise thi in at their fishing."
i , 1 1 i . . i . i ...
I lonowei .Mapir nuiv, titl'l lltt'T Utilising'
half a mil
' idling the W led bunks of the
river, We came upon the ll;;',e gioup. The
two children Tim. the elder, being- uhnut
ten both sat still and silent, for a wo.der,
I, I,,, I. It r...l til. It I. I I.
, ... .. ... ... . iit ,i . I ' . one, c 1 1 1 A , IIOI n i
and bait, anxious, y watching th gtiy corks
bobbing in the wtit- r. 1!, side them stood
old Soup, with an extremely large I mm boo
rod in his trunk, with line. 'hook bait and '
cork, like the cbihiivii's. 1 need not sav 1
took small iiot'u
f the children, but turn-
ed all tnv attention to tlcir bee comicm on
1 had not watched him h.ng liefore he Inn
a bite for a tie- religion of the Hindoos for
Imls them t.i take lite, tin
The old fejlow did not stir; hisiit'le eyes
watched his iin gerly: he wa no nov'ie"
in "the gmtle." lie was awaiting tiil it
was time to draw in his prize.
At the end of his line, i.s :(. drew it up.
was dangling one of those gulden tenrli so
fihiindant in the Ganges. .
- When Snitpituiinny perceived what u fine
fish he had caught, he uttered one of thot
loiiff, low, gurgling' notes of satisfaction hy
w hich an elephant expresses joy, und he.
waited patiently, expelling Jim to take
his prize oil' the hook and put on sonic
more bait for him. -Jim, the littU rascal,
Kollietillias liked to phiglli! Old Soup. He
nodded at Us, as much as to say, '-Look out.
and you'll see fun now !" Then he ton It ,,,
the fish, wjiichlnj phieed into ti jvutcf-jur
plli'd tliore for that )mfpoif, wd. wi-nt
back to his place w.ihotit baiting Old
Soup's hook. The intelligent animal did
not attempt to throw his line, into the wa
ter. Ho tried to move Jim by low, plciul
ing cries. It wtis curious to see wiiat ten
der notes he seeeined to try to givo his
Seeing that Jim paid no attention to his
calls, but . at and laughed as lie handled
Ins own line, O'd Soup went up to loin,
and w ith his trunk tried to turn his head in
the diiec.ioii of the bait-box. At hist, w hen
he found that all he could do would not in
duce his willful friend to help him, he turn
ed around, as if struck by a sudden thought,
and stint liing up in his trunk the box that
held the bait, came and laid it down at the
major's fe-t: then picking up his rod. he
held it out to his master.
What do you want me to do with this
Old Soup;" said tin- major.
Tin-creature lifted one great font after
the other, and again began to utter his
plaintive cry. Out of mischief, 1 took Jim
my's part, and picking up the bait-box,
pretended to run w ith it. The elephant w as
not to lie teased hy inc. He dipped his
trunk into the Ganges and sUirti-d a stream
of water over me with all the force ami
precision of a tire engine, to the immense
amusement of the children.
The major at once made Soup a sign to
stop, and t make my peace with the fine
old f.-llow. 1 baited his hook myself, (tliv
cling' with joy, as a baby docs when it gets
hold tit last of a plaything some one has
taken from it, old Souprntiiaiiy hardly
paused to thank lnel'Vtl soft note of joy
for hailing' his line fir him before he went
back to his place, and was tig iin watching
his cork as it troubled in tin-ripples of the
lJi'TTKi:. A large l"t choice d.'.iiy butter,
f.-r 10 cents pound. :;t
Al.liKS. GltAVl.s & C.l.'s.
li'Tnr Tl'SK. When the t'Mics of :i i:r,i
sicalinstruiiiMit become hiirh and discord
ant. We say it i-'"out !' tune." 'fhe sain.'
nmy be said of that far more wondi rful and
complicated piece of liii-clittni-in. theliUlilllll
structure, when it beenim disordered.
Not only actual disease, but those far more
coiiiim n causes, over-work, mental anxiety
nii-1 fat living may impair its vigor and ac
tivity. The hi t remedy for a partial col-lap!-of
the itii! cm I'gies, 11 1 1 1 1 1 thcc as
from other caue. is I"stett'-rs Stomach
Hitters, w hich is at the same time i.n agu e-
ring cordial and the
best possible inigirant ill all cases of de
bility. It is tin ii:e.iparal'!e stomachic
anti-bilious medicine, ettniicates fi wr and
llglle. lllld I'reVelits sul.sei;lel,t attacks. It
remedies w jtli certainty and thoroughness
bowel and kidniy complaint, dyspepsia,
in rvniism ss, rheumatic tmublfs and many
other bodily aihiii r.ts. It aho i ouiiteiucts
influence which, predispose to disease,
IiYKIXi; A.VH KK.V'oVATIVd.
yoL'U OLD CI.oTIIEs
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At a Tfi :!il!iT lAliillse- C. O. p.
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for.a-n my 'tiri;e .urtin. i.t of
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J-'eml for I'i'.ct-'.ptlw- riirular" and term, nml
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mil test and ci.j.i.Hi.ci.t.
DAVIIi (iliKKNWAY. .
Uailforil I'.u, NVIseotrln.
rpHK CITY NATIONAL BANK,
k ft 'v '
!S I'rHro, Nllnnl. -!
CAPITA I., 8100,000
W. I1. HA1.I.IHAY. President.
II. 1.. II AI.I.1DAY. Vlce l'iesldint.
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II. II. WII.I.1AM.0N, sl'ttl'lllIN IIULII,
II. II. CASIlttK.
F.xrliungi', Cuia ami United Stutes llontls
Dol'OIiT AND su. I).
Ileposli. received ai.it U ncial btinklliL- ImisIiii'ss
LENANDEK COUNTY I SANK,
I' inorriii Avciiin' uml Eighth Street,
F. I'.l.'os. president.
I'. N Kl'l'. Vl. e I'resi.l. nt.
Ii. W KJ.I. Cu-hier.
T.J. KKlt'l'll. A'-i-lalit Cit-hl.r.
Ill IIKCTi HIS :
F. Ilioss. Cnlio; Wlllii.iii Klu-.'e. Ciilro;
1'el. r Nell, 1 nilo; Wlllilllll W.,11. Ciiliu;
A. Misunkii. I 'aim ; It. I.. 1 1 il 1 i n ir- v . St. l.oul;
i:. Ilild.-i'. ( iiiio; T. . It i tu k mil ii. Si. Louis;
II. Wells, Caiio; J. V. I leiii-i.n. I'ulediinla.
tiEXKMM. HANKING IKMNKsS DdNK. Kx
i ihaiiL'c ol und boiiL'lil. Iiit.-u-t i.hI.J In ihe
Siuilies 111 IIOllll. llt. I ollcltllll.s llle ami nil
bu-liie.s primipily till.-iuled lo.
NTElil'IilsE SAYINGS HANK,
( liiutci.,1 March :!, i:;ii!.
OFFICK IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
1 'tiil'o, 1 11 i I ii.ijh.
INTKliRST p..M o:i i!. po.:t M.wh lt and s. p.
t. ml., r 1-t. Ii.t.-ict nut w ill.iiiini n I- mtdeii ni
iiieiibil. ly !u tl..- prini " ! : ..f the d. po-il., Ihctcbv
Hiding Ihsia cuu.pot'nti ii.t. o -I.
hf Idi en iiinl iiiiirrli'il wmucn nmy - it
in. .my i.nd lee n- else c,.n tlmw It.
WALTE1! HYsLop. Tm:i ui.it.
NSl'KANt E AGENCY op
Wklls k K Kirn i.
itrriti sI NTIN.. THR
W ! I Lit ill.. ' Flu- ami Murine i Mil, Ule. N . .1 . i
.'1 111. 111! , A-set.. $I.IIJ.!is; I,).
I'll inn '"" I'l'lbid.lpliiii: e.il..l,,(l in so ,
I III'MI , A-- I-. f m.lil-.'m
KIKS lU'lTKS AT F.MIJ l.'ATI..
( Mlii'c ill - In vtini Ice "mint v H.inK.
I ! !
tOnlei fltrf Cual li tlie cai'-load, ton or
ii3mi.hi'nih tor liiiutit iii-oiiiitly at
tejjileil to. To In rue consumers uml nil
liiaiiiitHrtili'cis we me in'cpui'dl to sup
l'l.v uii,vuniitiiy,liy the nioiitli or jear,
at uniform rates.
CAIKOCITY COAL CO.
(Mllceon whiiirbniil. lout n Mlh slrcet: office ol
llallldav Itrolhers. opposite St. rhinlcs Hotel;
Ki'vpltaii Mill.. Ts otit lit Ii street: ('mil Mnnip. loot
ol riilil.v-eli.lith stn i . or po. olllce ilnovei :t(i,
XKW YOUK STOUK,
WIIOLKSALK AXI 1.KTA1L.
The Largest Variety Stock
IS VUK 'IT Y.
GOODS SOLI) VKItY (.'LUSH
fer(Nlni'hi'hth stivit uml I
i'liiniiii ri lal Ave., (
C. O.l'ATIKU .fcCO.
1 '.' ' v
Decorations for Antique Tot
tery, China, Class; ami other
Ware; (ioM and Silver raier,
Tissue and dazed 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; 3Ios, fine
Colors; Wax Flower Jiistrue
t ion liooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
Fr nil these go to lhuclav'.
Bald Heads. Attention !
Carliolino at J Jaivlavs'.
I'lain and Fancy Stationery;
Papater'ies in larire Variety,
attractive tor their Ileautv,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
-MourniiiL? Fapeteries: Letter,
Xote, Fools and Leal Cap I'a
French, Knirlish and Ameri
can Inks; Scaling Wax and
Waters of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; liitblier Hands
etc It in Want don't Imy un
til You have Seen and Priced.
Fol' ill! these i.'o to Uitl i'liH '.
Kr.iv Hairs !
Xnvs Arour Chanci!
Cakholim: at Haik lav'.
Luhin's. Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these iii Original Jioni,., aI n
1-nlk. sT' to llarcliiy'.
HamlruirOut ! Hpoih; !
Cai-liolinc at llai-c-Ia ys".
If you want a little YariiMu
Furniture Polish. Linseed Oil,
Tui'iM'ntine.White Lead. Paint
or Colors ofaiiykiud.il White
wash I!ruh, Paint or Varnish
Prieh. Stove Pdackinir. Shoo
Pressiiiir. Sewing Machine Oil,
or any of nu IIihmIitiI other Article;
in Haily I'se. iro to I'.a relay. liru
Store, either on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, und Get What You
Want at Prices to Suit the time.
Curbolino lor tlio Toilet.
Feather Dusters, Ostrich and
In very Liii'irc Variety and at I-ottom
Prices. Ak and See at Ilarclay'.
Ha iv lav' is tlio TMaec
Ihiy your Sumnier Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carholic Acid
Powder, lromo Chhn'aliun,
Now is the Time on these Goods to buy
Clu-ai at llurclnj's.