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Tin hh. Nail j', Ktlitor.
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EDWA.il) L. CKoNKLITK. of SicplicL.oii.
MK IttTlKIVTCMiryT of ITM.lr INsTHClHO.N,
hAMVKL M. ETTtll. of McLean.
Ton cxtui or the si rnim cot kt. toiTiuiis (.iiami
JACOB O CHANCE, of Marion.
OE CXllJi I TKt 4tTrLIjlT C-olHT, whtukus
John q carman. ofA;ta.T.
Tut IIl:n ; CcLtr! is cukin i.rranc
lutcts fi-r 1-uii-lir.j i L:t fr.m t'hat.-wonli.
Decobatiox Di.v Gt-ttlur? pr'Di:
to attract an extn-T'linarT cronl. Al!
Washinon wi'.li tinrt-.
Tin: llou.' ha pal the l'ill rflucinjr
the anny to 20.0o0. Whut has lx-coiuc tf
that Ciiic&su pttiti"n acil the St. Louis
AfPM'iAi.tliiatih to tin- St. Louis Time,
ilated Srintifil. May 2. niys: 'An i ffurt
in iKinfr matle to-day to furm u nick coni
1'any fur tlie'purtlia! of the Illinois State
Journal. The iax r is one of theohleft in
the Stat", ami ha done gtH work for Illi
nois Kijtuldieuus. Imt lias of late showed
rins of financial emlmrrasMuent."
Nina Kk iiakion, a Kicliniond lielle
attended a temperance meeting and pin
ned the emblematic blue ribbon on her
lireast. She was leil to do this conspicuous
ction by the argument that the example
woultl do a reat ileal of food. That niyht
site did not sleep well, owin' to the excite
ment caused by her public performance.
She jot out of bed in a freak of somnam
btilism, fell down stairs, and was s'-riotislv
A Disi'ati it lVmn Detroit says that
Hisliop MeCoskrey who tirrived there four
days abound has since been stopping at the
Michigan Kx:han'. Ibitel, left for New
York Monday morning. This action sur
prised every one, inasmuch as it was sup
posed he bad returned to face his accusers.
It is reported he renewed his resignation on
the IMh of this month in a letter. to Pre
siding Hishoj) Smith, and that a special
mecrinj: of the Iiohm- of bMiops to consider
his resiirnation will be held in New York
on the INtli of Attm.st.
Thk New York Sun says that the lawlos
scenes which recently diraceil 1'iiiiceton
and Dartmouth have been emulated within
a few days jia-t by the junior class of Wil
liams College, Massachusetts. One of the
juniors, who acted as janitor of the chapel,
was suspended for insubordination. The
junior class left their lessiins, placed the
susiH iiiiVd janitor in a carriage, and drew
hiin to the depot, with cheers and loud ex
pressions of sympathy. n arrivinr at the
lepot the r'uijf.leadetx of the outbreak made
inflammatory speirhis, and referred to
President C'hadhouvnc as "Old Chad."
These deinoiistratioiis were followed on
Monday ni-ht by the burning' of one of the
eoiiee ouioilliOlli-s, it it l;i niy tl the act of
lias not l.-..n lixed on the
A H'KCIAI. to the St. Louis Times says
('apt. Ends will get ii prompt report fp,m
the Select Committee on Transportation and
routes to the seaboard, which on M lav re
ferred his request in regard to the jetties
to a sub-committei
(insisting f Scnis
amcron, A iM oiisin. -Vindoin. and Davis
West Virginia. The mb-committec is in
structed to ivpoit a bill, and will do so
within two days. It win contain the
modifications in regard to the payment,
etc., risked by Mr. Eads, and !so provide
fot-thuapixiintmoiit, by the President, of a
commission of not h ss than four enginects,
two from the army and tv from civil life,
to vibit the South Pass, to make u full ex-
agination i JetfyTTur'Wve!iitsflind re
jlrt to C'oukWss by n sWai taking
iiti icounti,lso the i14i tflr. Eads for
At a receut imctiutf of the Enlioli In
stitute of Naval Architects a paper was read
sti'o-cstine; that a jet of crude petroleum
niijht Ik- thrown upon the deck of an iron
clad v'ith xeelletit' re!nl(.' ' T1i( 'crew
would be -i scorched and smothered by tlio
smoke as to Ik- fotvod to retire from work
injr the pins wlien'ii launch with n spar or
other torpedo could approach and deliver
the fatal blow. It is calculated that such a
ji t could be thrown lifMI feet with accuracy,
apparently much after the fashion in
which water is directed-from a hose on a
conrlaejation. only with precisely the con
trary intent. Already the necessary appa
ratus has b.'cn designed; and it is believed
that a single gallon of petroleum would
render a hundred square feet of surface un
inhabitable bv man for some little time.
It is alleged that the lliissian commission
which investigated the subject decided just
before the opening of the campaign that
liquid fire could le used against ship- with
FROM POPE COUNTY.
HIIX AM) KAI.I.F.W, TIIK MI IlDKItKllS OK THK
J'KDIU.KltS THE V KATI1KU AM) CHOI'S
A C.MUO I'ltKAClltn AT OOI.OiMU.
Krom our ow n correspondent.
GoixxM)A, 111.. May 27.
When I was a "whining nhool Iniv
with shining morning face," whenever I
desired to ascertain the whercalsmts of a
lost marble. I would track it w ith another
marble. Knowing nothing of the fate of
my first letter to you I promise, to shoot a
second in the same direction.
If my trace finds his fellow in the fair
columns of The Uvi.i.etin I shall hug my
st If for very joy at the prospects Ix fore me
of Incoming a man of letters. Why ju-t
think of "Proxy." ln ing mixed up with such
name as Junius and Irving. They're all
dead, but Proxy, and I count that in his
favor. Too much competition you know
in the same line of business keeps down
the profit. But there are two sides to this
matter. Mr. Editor, and if, on the other
Land, my Stanley discovers his Livingstone,
cooped up within the detestable limits of a
waste basket, then I will take it for granted
that my youth ami inexperience is such,
etc., and I will go off and study alsmt
Pn'.ience and refii'tiition. to ins the niilars
Of human peace on earth."
Hill and Iiallcw, the murdi re of the
peddlers, have not yet Ix en captured. Our
deputy sheriff, Mr. Alexander, and several
others are in pursuit, and we trust thev will
secure the wretches. Hill cscajied first, and
it is a fact that Frank Iiallcw was summon
ed anil actually served on the coroner's ju
ry over the dead Ixidies of his victims.
The excitement in Livingston countv is such
as to warrant the liclief that if the cold j
blooded fiends are brought back they will ;
receive their just deserts at the hands of j
Judge Lynch. This is )erhaps one of the !
few instances wherein t je quibblings of at- i
torncys. the law's delay and the ower of i
money should not be permitted to take ;
part nor parcel: and if these two men whose j
souls are stained with "the infernal hue of!
ilamn'd assassination'' are brought before j
the blind goddess shL. ought to throw away j
Iht little apothecary scales and deal with 1
thein only with the other instrument. 1 I
heard yesterday that Carl Hess, to whom i
Hallow made his confession, was being tried
at Carrsville under the charge of j
being implicated in the murder. Mr. !
liess hits heretofore l'ome a fair reputation 1
as a citizen of Livingston county and we I
hope he may be able to establish his inno- j
cence. His reason for permittiny; Iiallcw to ;
escape was that he was afraid of him.
Hess has been required to till a bond.
La-t Thursday afternoon our people
were treated to a splendid sermon, by the
Hcv. C. II. II. Martin, of Grace church.
Evansville. The doctor's stay among us
was too short to satisfy us, but he promises
to come again soon. While here he was
the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. W. P. Sloan.
There are some larger towns in the world
than (lolconda, but, according to size, we
are willing to bet our last trade dollar that
that none of them think as much of Dr.
Martin and liro. George, of your city, as we
do. This fall we are going to prevail upon the
last named gentleman to come up and de
liver his lecture entitled the "Ears of King
Midas." Old Midas has some defendants
up here w hose legitimacy is umiestionable.
if we be suffered to judge by their sundry
We have bei n having too much rain
during the past week and unless there be
some let up to it right away the wheat crop
in our county will be greatly damaged.
The largest crop ever sown in Pope county
was put in last fall. The rust has atl'ecHl
it soiiio, but with a little fair weather now
during harvest we will without doubt have
more wheat for salt; than we have ever had
in any previous year.
-Our schiHils will close next Friday
j Th(. aifferctit deiairtments haw been w,'il
ccnductcd by their respective teachers, and
parents and guardians are generally well
satisfied. Mr. S. L. Spear, of Normal, Ills.,
is our ellicient principal.
The Republicans have a mass meeting
announced for the hth of June They are
much better organized than the Dcnocraey
in this county but their majority has been
coming down slowly and steadily. The
thing stands thus if we gain a vote a vear
on them, in five hundred years we will' !
CAIRO BULLETIN; WKHXKSOAY MORXIXO, MAY
able tolcct 'ir irian oiS? majority.
Their oJerthro'can.';,bc tttt'cctoil u
more sillily iriuivuii(jDilutciij will only
g mrottutw r una
uA. remain loiiger
whi.'ii they come.
A HACV I.KTTKH Kl'M. K LOCAL HITS.
Vj.lis III., May 88. 1878.
Kdiior Cairo Iialletln:
Dkak Sin The Argus-Journal of the
2oth inst. groaned under the weight of two
communications and a long editorial setting
forth the greatness and proscrity of this
place. Now I have not u word to say in
reference tu these gentlemen's efforta to show
up the greatness of the place, except that
they fall short of doing justice to it.
t'llin is located in Pulaski county, Ills.
Its exact 1 annularies arc not known. Theed
itor had the effrontery to say that Soultown
was- one of the suburbs, but such stuff finds
no echo lu re. The writer of this letter has
traveled several miles in a given direction
and saw no sign of iKiundary lines. If the
astute editor had said Tophet and not Soul
town was one of the suburbs, we would have
permitted the assertion to pass unchalleng
ed, but the base idea of being bounded by
Soultown is too much for the average citi
zen of Ullin. Another exception, to the
skJtch in the Argus-.IouTniins the neglect
to mention Butter Hidge. Now Btitter
Kidge is the northeastern suburb of this
town. No mistake about this. A land lit
erally flowing with mj!k and butter, and as
sisting in no small degree in the prosperity
of the town. It takes its rise near TopjK-r-ich's
saloon and follows a northeasterly
course till it is lost in the swamps of the
Cache. Now, as before stated, Ullin is in
Pulaski county. By special permission, the
river Cache flows gently by, and washes
one classic side of it, though t. DeBaun and
Ttrry Axlcy have been seriously consider
insr the propriety of putting a stop to this.
The town is proprictored by James Bdl,
than whom a Utter man could
scarcely U- found in Southern Il
linois. He is assisted by some
able lieutenants, such as Dick Hick
man. George Adams and others.
There is no truth an item in the Argus
Journal that Al. Brown laughed so much
at the result of a trial U-fore Axlcy that
he burst a blood vessel. tiok the lock-jaw.
and was in danger of dying. Your corres
IKiudcnt saw Al. Hrown not more than an
hour since and he was well. He has a large
lot of piles to ship yet. U sidcs ull. that he
has not ytt made his will.
The statement that our friend. Nickciis,
i a lawyer, is what J'sh Billings would
call sarkasin. He is a preacher and u De
mocrat, and so that settles it.
Business here is good. The farmers
have nearly all done planting corn, and
lie n is a general determination to increase
Your corres.ndent took a look at the
wheat-fields a day or two since, and exam
ined them carefully. S lue ruh was ob
served in place, but. with f.ivorable weath
er for harvest, the yield will be very large,
all assertions to the contrary notwithstand
A land agent from Mound City was her"
a day or two since, and tried to bulldoze
some of the boys out of pay fur some pill ,
which, he said, had been cut on his laid,
but. as he could not n-ftd " his title clear"
to the aforesaid land, he w.i forced to 1 ae
empty-handed, lb went over to Toppe
rich's where !, took consolation with a
spoon in it. and left for home, a wiser man.
But this letter is too long already. n
my next I will attend a matter untouched
to-dav. Uet. "
A YEKSAT1LE CLIMATE.
ir'roiti the Virginia City Kliterprise. I
There is nothing moliotoiioiw about ',.s
hoe weather. Lust Sunday alsiut 11
o'clock we had an unusual amount of thun
der and li'htiiiiiir. with some rain and hail.
Yesterday it rained and snowed nearly all
day. At times the snow came down a
boldly as though it was the I'Oth of Janu
ary instead of the iOth of May, CHUsiliir the
religiously inclined to sing that good old
hymn. "Decern I mi's as pleasant as May."
During the afternoon it several times chang
ed fiom ruin to snow and from snow bie k
to ruin within ten minutes so ipiietly and
smoothly that the best expert could Imt
have said just when it censed doing the one
and begun doing the other. Although
there was no snow on Mount Davidson lat
evening, snow was seen on the peaks to the
eastward, and the elders aliiong the Colno
mountains 1 n-t evening went to bed with
white night-cups on their heads. ,
H vvi; Vol' a Coron. 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'
l Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and I Ion-hound.
, taken when the coughing spells come on.
, will atl'onl immediale relief, mid eventually
1 effect a thorough cure. It will be found
cipndly beiiclieial in all forms of thli ml and
lung disorders, In ease of ctoup it is of
' inestimable value. C,. nt the drugstore
of Barclay Hrothers and impure about it :
: they will bullish you will, trial si.e but-
j tie for 10 cents, a large size .10 cents and
Also agents for I',Mf. Parker's Pleieimt
I Worm Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant
to take, and requires no physic. Price J.lcts. I
pAitTit i iAii attention given to wrapping
paper, slates, pencils. , Iytitt Cos.,
Twelfth and Washiiigton avenue.
Mu. F. Kohsmkvkii i-just in nreipt of
a very large and select Mock of Key West
am. imported cigars, to which he calls the
special attention of smokers.
y y. ma ),,mo.,
TO Mi le bow iithe Mississippi.
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Ilirkiiuin. :t p in ; arriving' al New Madrid at ' p.m.
Ketiiriiliur. leave New Mudtld ul 7 i u ;
llkkmaii. ' 1 1 iii.: Cohiin Inn, una
lielinotit. 11 p in ,
AHHIYING AT CAIHO AT 1 P. M. ;
NAKINU 1.ANHIM.K AT
J-'illtinn'o, Ivy., NurliilU, Mo., ami
Tarr'n ami Mcadly'H I-;uiiliii.'.
TWO HANDS OF MUSIC OX IWARI.
t V'- KiiK' for HounilTrlp. Inclndint' I!elnhtiieLtK,
l.t; M.-nl. 50 cents extra.
Wc ao to New Madrid In l)uvlli:lit Kiid auntiitec
a i-oodtlnie (i. .1. i.'HAMMKK. Master.
JAMES IlK.i.s. Tltk. t At'eiil
THE DAILY LT1.LETIN.
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The Cairo 1 1 1 : 1 1 : ! n enters upon its
1 1 J I t'lil h ytur will) a complete I., .v
Ol.ltit lllol H lii'tiTlllillHtioll to muse
JIIIlIlllI of its patr..is.
11 s II
K , K Published Every Moruing,
ELEELEE Mondays kxiu-I LO.
I: !!! enitirm-e Irf
If coU.ii.tif iluliy
of !! h iti.rnit. r as e fast slu'l
prove Ilie eijUal ol me ibcapesl and
Ih t ol our loti'i niporarli r.
A A A
!Tlie POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
now pi'tjiiit,. i one of irri at import-
'nin e i ol.-i(. O il ill troth it Nktloliul
LLL nii'l Mute ap.p.il-: u full ('otiris-
-ioliul ill Ii full. hi will lie ihopti:
l.elpll.ture is to lie eli I t.-il fall h
"ill lleleriflilif the KllCl'esor to llou.
, L '' I'iri'-sf.r in the I tilti il Mate.
ft flff I r"ate. Id III illU' Ilie ll Ox of the
l.ll.l. I.I.I. i, , r;,in part., tu , . ntiul to
tf.e niiciiiiiiij.iie i' of .hmI fu,i ric
rt.iti.-iit. the Hailetlii mi.I uimis he
YYY YYVl'.nii'l wool aMn; i'r. in. n.nre. ' and
XY ail'iirinu' for tiie - . i . i. i rt pre-
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1 1 hie i-iid. i-M-ry lli hum rut should e;
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thi.ti l.y tlie i ir. icn! iua ol hi- hotiH-
MUM HI HE AT ON' E.
Sl'BSf HI HE AT ONCE.
snWMBE AT ONCE.
Sl'llSCKIHE AT ONCE.
M'HSOJMHE AT o.N'cE.
Sl'BSCUlHE AT ONCE.
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jiier- nt TWLS'l'VKIVKcl.N'is per
Week. pMVIlllli. Wl-i-k.lv.
( !.V lllllll 'ill lllixilliiei; olie yeiir.
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paivei uiiO Itlsellieiilp Will l'
led lu-i IMlilli-i th. sliui e. ul
IlllllVe lutes laere hl-lllj tv.ehe lilies
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1 i elils per line lol t!sl .s, itiun ; ),,,
T I l-llls llll' I'.-ll'll Sill, I,t 1, -,.li
Noiici-s ol ill-mils iiihI tiiuriiii:'ep ,
tweiitv i i-l.t" per line. I
All h iter iitnl Mm i omiuiiniciiiliii.s ;
shoulil he mlcr spcil to
'I'lic (.'airo 1 Dillct
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i lie .loo (Mlice.
We liuvepuri hii-eil the l.uli Mt styles of Type, hnve
pilil llli ll the pet vices ol l-Apcrt I'rllll. ls mid lire
now prepuied lo do All Kind, of Joh Frlnliiiy In thr
HEAri'V I'liuio, Oriaui; hesl. tLo(ik tnr
sliirlllnxiiew.. OreuHs, u slnp.v.i I'Iiiiiop
iiiiIv tM. ( iwl fini. Cltetilum UiV. 1). F. 11. al
ly, " ushliiKlon, N.J.
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WlM Ciry NATIONAL BANK,
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W. Y. If Al.l.ID.VV, I'resiilent.
11. L. UAI.I.fllAY. Vice iTflJout.
WALTEM llYM.oi', ushler.
S. STAATH TAVIOII, w. I'. I1AI.I.IHAT,
IIKMIV I.. IIAl.l.lliAV, 11. . ccnniMiHAM,
II. V. WILLIAMSON, SSTKI'IILS MIIIIJ,
11. II. CAMlLK,
Excliant;o. Coin and United State Homls
JJOl'lillT AND SOLD.
Deposit, rvrt'lvcd and u jn uerui tiunliinii l.osli.ts
LEXANDEU COL'NTY BANK,
Couiincrciul Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. l'llllISS, I're.ldellt.
I'.NF.FF. Vii e-l'r.sldeLt.''
11. W Kl.l.s. ru-hler.
T. J. KLKT11, Assi.timt Cuakltr.
F. Ilros), Cnlro; Wlliium Klut'e. Cuirn;
Peter Neff. (. uiro: Wlllluin Uoil. Calm:
A. Mipiinka. Calm; It. L. Hilllniirlev. St. Louis;
E. Under, liiiro; F. II. Hrinktiiaii. St. Louis;
11. W ells, Cuitu; J. V. i ii OieuL, tuieilotiiu.
(.EN KHAL n.NKIN(im slNKSS HONK. Kx
i eliiino-poisl and hoiiht. latercpl pulW In the
SuviiiL's Tepurtnieiit. Colin tiniis made and all
hllpillesp promptly tittelilled to.
J,NTEBPHISE SAVINO.S BANK,
. .Cluirti rHl March :f I 1 litiii.
OFFICE IX CITV .NATIONAL BANK,
( 'itiro, Illinois. 1
1NTEHFM pud on depnsltn MarihM and Sete
ti tnl.iT Jsi Ii.tcri Pt iiot ithdrav Ip added fl?l
mediately tu the pritctpa-f tbo dHioitii, tLerctiy
pi viiii! thcni compound inlwest. ,
tif ( lillilrm and married women may deposit
liinncj nuJ iu oi e i-l-e i an lira it.
WALTER HYSLoP, Thkam kkk.
JNSL'BANCE A(iEN( Y OF
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KIsKs M I'.m 'EN AT FA III li ATI. s.
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Kor uny leiifth ul linn- the two si,.rj ,r, k r ul. lo
on Tvwnty.tliird o i.inl Hnllitn.ik ipm, iiuim-
ellv oeceplld lie I' ('M l, -; ,,
llllll ll cellui, With slulne, uii.lll .l-, il. I Ii .,t; , llrsl-
ilu-ssiylc anil in run:.iil In tie- most ncvi i i.-nt
niiiiiii. r. Also a Im-e ..,,C i,,,,,,,, Itui.teil ut No
so lllilo Levee. I feet
fun Svt.r.- A liiii'..'. i.urti.-.. i u..;; i, n j
l ot luithu puitii iiIiiis impure of
A I' M illlnKllI It. ..,.t.
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WHOLESALE AM) HF.TAII..
Ji.iipst Variety Stock
JN TIIK CITY.
(JOODSSOU) VKIJY CIA)SK
'or Nineteenth street and i
I iilnlncn lul Ave.,
CO. PAT IK 1 4 ic CO.
HY KINli AMI IIKS'oVATiNd.
yol R OLD CLOTHES
CAN IIK HKACTIIfl.l.V
nvi:i) or in:i5AiRKi;
Al ii Trllllnii Expense- ('. (I. II.
(HAS. SHELLEY, NO. SO EKiHTH ST.
ItT I.udSet' iiiiil (ii lis' old liMit nmde new,
Decorations for Antique Pot
tery, ( Iiiiia, .(ilass, ami other
AVarc; Gold and Silver Paper,
Tissue and (Hazed Paper, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors ml
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps,
Lyres and Crosses; Moss, Him
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion. Hooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all tlicM' iro tu Barclays.
Ifctld Howls. Attention !
Carboliuo at Jiarelavs'.
Plain and Fancy Stationary;
Papateries in large Varietv,
attractive for their Px-autv,
Xovelty and Superior Quality;
.Mourning Papeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
pers ; Envelopes, Pens, Peni N ;
French, English and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Ituhher Hands,
etc. If in Want don't buy un
til You have Seen and Priced.
For all these co to HurcIajV.
N"ov'n "Vour Chance I
C a into line at Bai:ci.ay'.
Luhin's. Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices Call and
For these in Original Joules and in
Hulk, go to I'arclajo.
HainlruirOut ! Ileiroiu; !
C;ud)(jliiic at J iarcl;i;,'.
If you want a little Yai nMi.
Furniture PolMi. Linseed oil.
Turpentine,White Lead. I'aint
or Colors of anvkind.a AVliite-
wash JJi ihli, Paint or Varnish
Hribh, Stove Slacking. Shoe
I res ing, Sew ing Machine i Ml,
or any of an Hundred other Artielei
in Daily I'se, g"o to Ilarcliiys' Iniiir
Store, cither on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avcniie, and Oct What You
Want ut Trices to Suit the times.
Carholinc lor the Toilet.
Feather Dusters. Ostrich and
In very Lnrirc Variety and at I lot tow
J'l iccs. Ask and Sec at liarclay'.
Harchivs is tho l'kiccv
Puy your Suniiner Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Ilronio Chloralum,
Now Is the Time on tlicse Goods to buy
CIicuji ut Ilurclay'H.