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ilE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUSING, MAY' 2.., 1S78.
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meiit. both nolo rate" of chtinjcit.uud umuutr or
liiMdaviux lUdir favor. ,
Load notlii'K twfiity conta per line for first liier
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iimmwrlpt will not l returned.
Letters- uidI coiuiniiiiicHtiiiiiH fliuulu ho addressed
'Cairo Uullitin, I'airu. Illinois."
JXa II. OHKKLY, (Jem-rid Mr.nafrr.
Only Morninir Daily In Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL TAI'Ktt OF THE CITY AXI (Of STY.
Tin. Xally, Ki.itor.
nut TATr TiiriKCHrn.
EDWARD L. CKOSKKITK, of Stephenson.
roR ITFKIVTrNWtKT or ITBl.lr INsTltl'eTION,
SAMIKL M. KTTKH. of McLean.
roH cleiik or the aii-nnii! eoci.T, miithehn uiiaxu
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon.
Foil CLEIIK Of TUB AI'lll.UtTK COllIT, SOt'THEHS
JOHN Q. HAIIMAN, of Alexander.
Gold was quoted in Wall street yesterday
Tiik incvituMc Stcinlx-rer comes to the
surface in a fresh difficulty in, or ulK)ut, or
Tiif. present victim of Gail Hamilton'
trenchant pen is the Rev. Janu s Freeman
Chirk, of Xcw York, w ho said something in
his pulpit she did not agree with.
Gen, Grant has informed a friend in thin
country thut he thinks he has served his
country long enough eight years in the mili
tary and as many in the civil service of the
United States. Does this mean that lie is
coming home to accept the Republican
nomination for the presidency in 1880?
Tiif. citizens of Memphis are dissatisfied
with the character of the stouc selected for
the Memphis custom house, and have pre
ferred a formal protest against it to Secreta
ry Sherman; and the Secretary has promis
ed that the most rigid insjiection, as to col
or and material, shall be enforced.
A "White county letter says that late
rumors are to the effect that Hon. Orlando
Uurrell. present county judge, is to be placed
ujioii the congressional track as a Repub
lican Greenback Independent National
Lahor Reform Anti-subsidy AVoik
ingmeu's Farmer's club opponent of Dick
TiiF.ur. arc evidences of military move
ments loth on the part of the Turks and
Russians in Roumelia, ami more particu
larly in the vicinity of Constantinople,
w hich do not augur well for peace. The
line distinctions between the forces of the
two nations are held with scrupulous ex
actncsi, and every possible advantage is
eagerly taken by (he Russians, who teem
to lie as indomitable as beavers and as
wary as hawks in their effort to put a cor
don of works around the Turkish capital
that will place it at the mercy of the Czar's
forces in case of u declaration of war.
Neither Knylainl's activity nor her diplo
macy seem to be equally matched against
those of Russia.
Fuom Brooklyn comes the suggestion
that the Fourth of July shall no more be
celebrated with bunting, beer, lire crackers
and military parades, but that the dnv
shall be observed in an appropriate manner by
the Sunday schools of the nation, not by it
form of celebration "that shall be ihurac
tcii.cd by mere devotional i.VMcisis,
Mie whose predominating idea sliMl bo
patriotism, and whose tendency shall lie to
stimulate love of country," The matter
has been discussed ill the recent session ,,('
vnrious religious iHMiics, aim has met with
Htich favorable comment that the ohm will
,.i;l-i,. i . : i ... : ,
most nkelv lie c rricil nut in iiimii,. i,...-i .V
iany parts of
J he country. Such a
the Fourth of July took
'lace in ImW 1
York.Jhe Brooklyn schools participating,
in ISolb The affair was a great success.
It was made illii'trioiw by the presence of
President Vanillin n, Gov. Win. II. S( ward,
and other celebrities of the period, and a
letter was read from lion. Kdward F.vcrett.
Many oratorical themes have been suggest
ed by the Foreign Sunday School associa
tion, and persons Icsiring Information or
suggestions in regard to the proposed plan
of celebrating the national holiday are re
quested to si nd their inquiries imd a three
tent stamp to 130, State Street, Rrooklyn.
Five person were recently killed at
TamoroaJi'y the cxplnMoh ol 4 I'oilOr in
Meum iikiji. I j I
The iim ly thelito tire nt ClaiY-.ville
LTinu,, t!U Wwcli mu hundred amT titty
tliousand dollars, with scarcely any insu
rance. A cultivator of strawberries in Ken
tucky says that "at twenty cents a gallon the
raining of strawberries is, more prutiUiblo
than coini wheat r tobnocH).''
A bill providing for the holding of
United State circuit end district eontU at
Quiney passwl the house on Monday. The
courts are to lie held on the first Monday of
April and November.
New York Herald: A number of col
ored men in Alabama have successfully laid
the foundation of what promises to lie an
important Southern' industry namely, the
cultivation of raw silk. That is better than
Communism or office-seeking.
Scientists estimate that the lint Springs
of Arkansas have been flow ing for twenty
three hundred years. These springs dis
charge three hundred and thirty-five gallons
of water every minute over four hundred
and eighty-two thousand gallons per day.
Cardinal McClosky received from the
hand of pope Leo XIII the first cardinal's
hat he has bestowed. It was a splcudid
ceremony, the American cardinal declares,
and was accompanied by many expressions
of good will toward himself and his flock.
A Rerlin correspondent of the London
News says that the appointment of Bayard
Taylor to lie American minister therecauses
genuine satisfaction to the Germans, and
that they regard his selection as a peculiar
compliment which they are liound and
willing to reciprocate. Mr. Taylor takes
Ids place in a long line of exceptionally
able ministers, his first predecessor to the
I'erlin mission having been John Quiney
Adams, afterward president of the United
New Orleans Times: A good-looking
but red-headed, six-foot, railroad agent who,
not long ago, Reau-ed his canoe around in
these waters, has issued an advertising card,
bearing these legends: "In those days
there were no passes given," and underneath
are the following texts: "Thou shalt not
pass." Numbers xx: 18; "Sutler not a man
to pass." Judges iii : 28 : "The wicked shall
no more pass." Nahum i: 15; "None shall
ever pass." Isaiah xxx: 10; "This genera
tion shall not pass." Mark xiii : 20; "So he
paid the fare and went." Jonah i : 2.
A WSFKDEWATK GRAVE THAT WII.I, ;E I)EC
OltATED AT COSHOCTON, MAT JiOTII SOME
INTEHKSTING COUUESPONUhNCE O.N THE
Nashville American, 21 : The following
letter was received yesterday by Governor
Coshocton, O., May 17, 168.
OoviTiior Jaini'f I). Porter:
Deau Sm Pardon the liberty I take in
writing to you, but when you know the rea
son you may excuse inc. While counting
the soldiers' graves in the Coshocton ceme
tery that are to be decorated May SOth, I
came to a grave w ith this inscription on the
"slab:" "William 'Webb, 01 Tennessee Con.
Reg. Di.d June 13.18M.'' He died five
miles southwest of this place w hile coming
north a prisoner. Not knowing where his
family w as i if he had any I, 1 have address
ed you. "What a pleasure it would be to them
to know that he is buried in a cemetery,
and that hi grave is to be decorated and
even bus a "slab" t'j mark his last resting
place. I suppose there i? n record kept of
liis i' gini'-nt, and of where he is from, so
that a pei son could inform his family of the
circuuistaiK'vs of his death. If you think
this worth answering, you will confer n fav
or on me. Very rispeetfully,
Governor Portvr replied as follows;
Ex ctivk "rni k. i
Sam;vii.ik. Tlnk.. May M. 1S. )
Lvotitrd Tiiy'nr. Kn., Coshocton, Olilo:
Di;.it Sin I am in receipt of your favor
of the seventeenth instant, and thank you
warmly for your attention. I do not know
who are the friends of the soldier of Ten
nessee who sleeps in Coshocton cemetery,
but I will publish your letter, and it will
surely reach them. Their hearts ami the
hearts of the people of Tennessee will be
touched at the generou aetioii of those who
have cared for the grave of their son, and
who wiil garland it with flowers when they
under the same tribute to their own heroic
sons and brother. Piease s;iy to those who
have marked the t'nive nf William Webb,
and who will remember it on the thirtieth
instant with floral decorations, that their
conduct exhibits the true spirit of manli
ness and knightly court' sy; it is a touch
of nature that makes us brothers in spite of
war and partisan strife. 1 have the honor
to be, very respectfully,
'James D. Pouti.u.
WAS si IK pulsoNKI):
A rl;i,l.l',HATI.I) CAK IN NEW
('.wins. N.J., May 'JH. When the court
f oyer and ti rmir.cr opened this morning,
Hi sen II. ,l"likilN eolionelieeil Mltliiln)lir
hip the (ie tor the commonwealth bv re
I citiutt the law under which the defendant
I w.is tiied. and explained th;it if guilty im
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I id i;e iiihii uneiH : .:s un.i coiuo 1101 01
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i anything but murder in the ilrst degree
1 he questions to lie considered Were! FllM.
was Hannah Bishop poboticd! and, second,
who administered or caused poison to be
administered.' There are no recent disco
veries in American poisoning ihat would
rebut Prof, Stevens' exhaustive tests. The
defense naturally abandoned the j,!, tlttit
Mrs. Bishop died from natural causes, and
thus the first question, that she was poison
ed. Symptom attending a fatal dose of
arsenic were similar to those of Mrs. Bishop
in her Inst sicklies, according t i evidence
of Dr. Stout, witness for the common
Qtlitv: Why will imn sineke rom.
moii tolmero when they run Uiy Marlmr;
Bn. "Hetd ofNorili Curwlinu" t Uie wnne
MISS EDWAKDS DYING.
Capture of tUc Assissiitf Hill yhoifljison.
HE IS EOIJOI'IN TflK COlNTf JAtl. Dtf
DEITTY SIIEIUFH HOJXtKS TfTE SlTpOUEt)
CAVSEOF THE DEED HIS PUEVIOCH BAD
IIIAUACTEK THE FKEI.INO AT TIIK PA UK
AD IN THE KKIC.UUOltlllMjD. , , I , ,t I ,
With a view to learning and giving to'
the readem of The BfM.ETis tho full par
ticulars of the terrible tragedy which oc
curred aUIodges' Park on Tuesday evening,
of which a meager account was published
yesterday, a reporter of this paper visited
the scene of the deplorable, affair yesterday
morning. Upon arriving, our rejxirter'H at
tention was immediately challenged by a
large crowd of men and hoys, black and
white, standing on a corner of the village
but a few steps from tin; depot, engaged in
what was evidently a conversation of much
interest to them, and he at once made his
way into the assembly, confident that the
topic, which seemed to absorb the minds of
the throng w as the same subject that had
called him among them. On conversing
with a number of men w ho seemed to pos
sess the most knowledge of the tragedy,
our reporter gleaned the bllowing particu
lars; which, among the people of the vil
lage, are accredited with being the facts
surrounding the deed, though several other
rcjxirts as to the cause are iu circulation.
Bill Thompson, or "Nigger Bill", as he is
called, is a youth about nineteen years of
age, five feet eight inches high, smooth
faced and with a dark copper colored skin.
He is a rather intelligent, good looking
dar key, and to look nt him, one would not
be likely to think him as great u fiend as
the inhuman deed which he erpetrntcd on
Thursday stamp him with being. He is
the son of an inoffensive, hard working
widow woman, who lives near Richwood
school house, alsiut two and a half miles
)rom Hodges 'Park. Mrs. Thompson has
on many omissions tried to induce Bill to
stay at home and help her at her work of
raising and selling vegetables, etc., but he
refused to comply with her wishes, prefer
ing to stay about the village of Hodges'
Park tind Unity, and living by jxtty
thieving, and by the alms given him by
the people of the locality.
His is accredited w ith leing u imst dis
reputable character, and it is said has been
mixed up in nearly all the pilfering, disturb
ances, etc., that have takrn place in the
neighlsirhood since he was a child. The
hist job that lie is supposed to have had his
hand in, was the robbing of a trunk, the
property of Miss Lizzie Weimeyer, who
lives with her parents at Unity; and it was
localise Agnes Edwards, the young girl
who now lies at the Hiint of death at
Hodge's Park, (who has lx-en the intimate
friend and lady companion of Miss Wei
meyer for a long time,) remarked one day
recently that she believed Bill robbed the
trunk, that the fiend tried to take away her
life. When the fatal shot was tired, Miss
Agnes was standing in a shed adjoining the
house of Mr. Ben F. Curtis. Bill, w ho is
well known by cvcrylmdy in the village,
had gone into the house, and, taking up
Mr. Curtis' baby, ln-gnii playing Willi It,
when Mrs. Curtis entered the room. He
gave the baby toils mother, and going to a
window fronting the shed where Miss Kd
wards was standing, stood gazing at her.
Mrs, Cuitis called to Agnes to tak.J the
baket and go over to the waiediouC and
get some MifatM'S, when Bill remarked "if
you don't (meaning if she did not obey
Mrs. Curtisi I'll tlasit you." The
young girl, witn no uiougiit
of the scoundrel's intention turned around,
saving as she turned her face to him, "well.
shoot," when he leveled a revolver at her.
and taking deliberate aim, fired, The ball
struck the unfortunate girl on the left side
of the nose, and passing backward around
the check bone, lodged in the neck just
hack of the felt ear: .Mis J.ilwanls was
removed to her father's house, about one
hundred yards distant from the spot w here
the shooting took place, and Dr. Mutt, of
Villa Ridge, was called. Upon examina
tion he found her Wound to be of character
that would not permit probing for the ball.
Win n our reporter left the Park yesterday,
at eleven o'clock, Miss Kdwards was suffer
ing terribly, ami Was biyond all hope of
Thi! murderer, immediately after firing at
his victim, deserted the noiise, and fled to
the woods. He was captured about two
and a half miles northeast of Hodges'
Park, at Unity bridge, by two young men,
Graves Landers, employed at the Landers
Manufacturing Company's mills, and I Iany
I.aiitz, of I'nity, within an hour after the
murder was committed.
The feeling of indignation again. t
Thompson was very great, and lynch law
was freely talked of, and he would, in all
probability, have paid the penalty of his
clime on the limb of a tree, had it not been
for the efforts and arguments of a few of
the more cool-headed and deliberate men el' ;
the village, who succeeded In getting the
darkey into their power and locking hiiu Up
in a grocery store, where he remained until
tin- arrival ol Deputy Sherill .lack Hodges,
who, by the means of a hand ear, reached
the Park a' out two o'clock yesterday morn
ing, and look him in charge, Thompson
was brought to this city and locked up in
il,,, ..i,in,i.. I. .11 ,.l.,, i . i .. k'
the eoillit, ,iill nlHiiit imiiii yesferdiiy. We
lire illtulllied lV Mr. 1 .n kres llint mi i lVnit
will lie made to ludiiee .Indue Baker tu
have u seeiid jjriiml jury i iiimiineled, to
net on tin.' irisniierV ( use, that lie nniy he
pven a trial duriiijf t(. tireNiit term nt'
Orr of Ti'NE. When the tones of a mu
sical instrument become harsh and discord
ant, we lay it i'out of tune.""" Tha same
Biny be laid of hat far more wonderful and
oninpliciitcd piijc'e of mechanism, thehumun
structure, wjn&n it becomes disordered.
Not only actual disease, but those far more
common causes, over-work, mental anxiety
ami fast living muy Impair it vigor and ac
tivity. The best remedy for a partial col
lapse of tho vital energies, from these as
from other cau'sj, is ?nostettius Stojjiach
Bitirrsyliich iVnt thusuni6 tinjeja'u agree
able ami mind-clicering cordial and the
best possible invigorant in all cases of de
bility. It itf un iiiemnparnblf stomachic
anti-bilious medicine, eradicates fever and
ague, and prevents subsequent attacks. It
remedies with certainty and thoroughness
bowel and kidney -complaints, dyspepsia,
nervousness, rheumatic troubles and many
other bodily ailments. It also counteracts
influences which predispose to disease.
Have Yor a (Vm;ii. That dry hack
ing cough is the herald of approaching con
sumption. To check the swift progress of
the destroyer, prompt and decisive measures
must be restored to. A dose of Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will afford immediate relief, and eventually
effect a thorough cure. It will be found
equally beneficial in all forms of throat and
lung disorders. In case of croup it is of
inestimable value. Call at the drugstore
of Barclay Brothers and inquire about it;
they will furnish you with a trial size bot
tle for 10 cents. A largcsi.e ."iO cents and
Also agents for Prof, Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant
to take, and requires no physic. Price S u-ts.
A Remakkaiii.e Result. It makes no
difference how many physicians or how
much medicine you have tried, it is now an
established fact that German Syrup is the
only remedy which has given complete sat
isfaction in severe cases of lung diseases.
It is true there arc yd thousand of persons
who are predisposed to throat nnd lung af
fections, consumption, hemorrhages, asthma,
severe colds settled on the breast, pnue
inonia, win toping cough, etc., who have no
personal knowledge of Boschi.e's German
Syrup. To such we would say that oO.OOO
dozen were sold last year without one com
plaint. Consumptives, try just one bottle.
Regular size, "o cents. Sold by all drug
gists in America.
For any lenirth of time. Hie two oory brii k ri itli tee
on Twain third sirti I ami llol irook avenue ifnrm-i-rlv
ikciii1i d by 1'. Culili c -nitaicliiy nine rucini,
and a i-i-llar. wiih stubli-. on .Li d.i ti- .tll lb Ht
rlasH nile and arranp il la the nmst ronvi nii-nt
niHmii-r. Aim a Urs;e store roin, ituukdatNu.
SdOliloI.evii-. -i-.ll-i-i feet
Fun Sai.f. A lowy, IintiicH. etc. ; a!o. a No. 1
For Itrlher panic ulur- Impose of
A. V. M lihUKIlEI!. A-. xt.
Mo. so Ubio l.i v I-. "
DVKIXIi A XI) K):XftVATIX;.
yol'R OLD CLOTHES
CAN j:E KKAlTir.-l.l.V
DVKI) Oil REPAIRED
At a Trillins Hxpcr.'eH.'. o. p.
( HAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 E'.GHTH ST.
l I.llii'u'" Iltlif (il l. Is' o'.,! lit!" Mil'.- 1..-W.
Fashion: lo I iaid er,
EioiiTii Stiii.i.t, (iii Riser's Building)
I.VMI'l.oys ily rj-..( km wuMiTiu n. nt.d cmli uv
J i oi lo aiTonl'to nil (.iiuiti-ous in iitii.ciit.
(j HKAT ATT11ACTION
S. S. .M ATRON'S,
Washington Avt'i.i.e, Im-iwi-il E'-h'li and Nmll,
Daiinnilie not TIllliTY DAYS I wiil slII low
lor eusll IU)' liile essnrlnn l.t of
KINK HOOTS AM) SHOKS
ROYS' mid YOUTHS' GOODS,
4 M.OFTIIK IIESTtJCALITV, Cull mid Kxiun
i Ilie lor Yourselves. I !," r'orfel I in- I'llHT.
I K I'aviirlle Wlsi oiisln Summer lleort, i-omlil
a,itlir -v advaum and alirmllons Hum ran
! e stMleii III an iKIVeillm mini
"rVml lorfli-crlpllve Clrii. lura and terms, mid
n-e how iuall a mini II
Mill Miiliv lor your Sutn
mer resl and i rJouneM
r. : "'TMr.ftllfUyaaal.- ' : . .1
Jiurtferil I', 0., Wls'.imlu,
rpilE CITY. NATIONAL BANK,
J- Cairo, Illinois, fj
s i : s
W. V. 1IAM.IDAY. Prenldent.
H. 1.. 1I.U.I.IHAY. Vlcu -I'MsttlULt.
WAU'EU JlYsi.ol', ( n-likr.
S. STAATH TAYI.OIt, , w. f. UAI.UDIV,
IIKSIIV l IIAM.I1IAY, H. H. CI'ANIKlOIAM,
U. U. Wll.l.lAMlMJM, STKI'IIKN 1.IIU),
II. II. CAXlitK.
Exchiiiigc, Coiu ami United .Stated Rends
Uul'LillT AND sul.l).
!)i-posiis received and a general ImLklni? Inialiiens
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. I'.IiOSS. I're.ldi nt.
I'. NEFF. Vlie I'ri-.id. ii!.
II. W ELLS, tv ,, r.
T. J. KEKTH, AssUluiit Cni-liKr.
F. Ilrosa. Cairo j William Klnt'e. Cairo;
1'i li r Ni-n. Cairo; W illinm Wolf. Cairo;
A. Sii-unltu. Culro; H. L. Ilillinisli-v, SI. Louis;
E. Under. Culro; F. II. Iliinkiiinii. M. l.nuis;
II. Wells, Cairo; J. Y. ( K-nuiuu, Culi doiiiu.
Vt.ENEIIAI. F.ANKlNii III SIXKSS HONE. E
I'kaiiL'e sold anil lioiiht. I ut.-r. l puid in the
Suiiij;ii liepartnii nt. ( ullei liona niadu anil ail
liiisiiiem promptly attendi-H to.
pNTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
( liurti red Man-h :J1, iniiii.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTKHKsT paid on i!i-piwti Man-h Int and Sep
t inlii r 1st. h,ti rest not ilh(!riwn i- added lin
nn dinii ly to tin- prim ipal of itic dtjivaitt, lliin lijr
Uivlne Iheui cuu.po'.Ld iuti. n-rl.
rP"'hildn n and marrifd women may dejioslt
Dionej' and ntenc else ran draw It.
WALTER HYSLilP, Tkkasi kei;.
p'Sl'RANCE AGENCY OF
AVklls & Keuth,
lOf Ni York i ltii.
I Asu ts .t'iir.:i.t
I "iii. in 1 I'lillodilpliiii; i-.iiilili.lu-ii iu I"-! )
tll'MI , A-M I.. J VJi.lliJ ll.
r in1 nan s
lOf Ilmloti. l V
i As.i t. to
i I Fri i-pnrt. I'.!, i.
..Is SlV.sTT :U
KIsKS WU1TTEX AT FAIl: KATES.
)tlii-- in Ali'XoinU-
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s w ? sW
I 'cytoiwi Cantiul
Orders for Coal hy (lie cur-load, ton op
111 lioi'sieits for sliiHiieiit i'oliilitlv nt
tended to. To laruv coiisiiiners and all
iiiaiiu t'ai-t iirfi's we are ireuired to sup.
ply any quantity, hy the month or year,
at uniform rates.
C.WKO CITY COAL CO.
OmYeoll wlllirflioill. loot ol'Shlh .tiei l; otliri- ol'
1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - lli-iilhels, oimse SI, (.'hiirles llolei;
K t In 11 Mills. Twentieth street: Coiil Dump, loot
ol I'hllty-i'lulllh street, or po.l iillli-e dinner :l.
VAKIK'I V yidllE.
XEW YOUK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK JTY.
(iOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cur. Nineteenth atreel anil I
('a iro. 111.
C. O. l'ATIKR Ac CO.
JjADlKS, HKAD! r
.Decorations for Antique Pot
tery, Cliina, (..lass and other
Ware; (..old and Silver Taper,
Tissue and (.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, fine
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion Hooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all these go to Barclays.'.
Haiti Heads, Attention !
Cat boline at Harcla vh
Plain and Fancy Stationery;
Tapateries in large Variety,
attractive for their Beauty,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning Tajieteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Ta
pers ; Envelopes, Tens, Pencils ;
French, English and- Ameri
can Diks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Rubber Kauris,
etc. If in Want don't buv uu-
til You have Seen and Priced.
For all these to llarclaYs'.
Gray Hairs !
Xow's Your Chance !
Cakbulixk at B.i:a.AYs
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these in Original Bottles and iu
Bulk, jjo to Barclays'.
HaiulniirOut ! Ileme!
Cai'l loliiic at a relays'.
If you wiint a little Vjunish.
Furniture Polish, Liueed Oil,
Turpcntinc,White Lead. Paint
or Colors of anykimLa White
wash I!ruh, Paint or Varnish
Ilrush, Stove Tlacking, Shoe
Dressing, Sewing Machine Oil,
or any of an Hundred other Articles
in Dally l, iro to Barclay' Druir
store, either on the Levee or on ash
iiiirton Avenue, ami Oct What You-
Want at I'rices to Suit the times.
Carbolhio loi- tho Toilet.
Feather Dusters, Ostrich and
In very Laro Variety ami at Ilottom
Prices. Ask ami See at Rarelays.
Harcluyts is tho I'lcico.
Tuy your Summer Disinfect
ants, (Vipperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Dromo Chloralum,
Now Is the Time on these GwmIs to bny
Cheap at Rarclay'i.
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