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OFFICIAL rAI'EK OF THE CITY AND CulNTY.
Tho. Nnlly, Kclitor.
KiR STiTI TttPirReR.
EDWARD L. CKuNKKlTE. ol Svphcifc-r..
roK m'p(kitimikt e-r nmtr itittiok,
SAMIEL M. ETTEK. of .MiLffcD.
roK CLEtkK or tiii rrH(E ooi kt. oithckk crakd
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Mr!ot
rou txithK or the rrru.Ti covrt. kiitdikn
John q. harmas, of Aieitd. r
Goijj in Xi-w York yt-ftt-riiny, $100'.
Tut Carmi Tiuu-s is f.-r Mr. 13. L. Ullin,
of Pulaski county, fur Appellate di rk on
the Ik-publican ticket.
The Wall whe legislative protpectf
were wreeke J by the convention at Hnck
npyville was not the Fog Hora Wall.
It was ck-( iikd at 31mnd City yesterday
to liohl tlie Deroot ratic Conp-essional con
vention of the Eighteenth district at Jones
bro, on July 23d.
The Memphis Avalanche very truthfully
ol -serves that of all the bankrupt m ho
Lave lately been fled in the United Sutes
ekrk's office, none ever advertised their
M.u. A. K. Key KENDALL opened his can
vas fur State Senator yesterday by presid
ing orer the graves of the soldivrs. The
n:aj..r himself will join the caravan of dead
lucks next fall,
The PincknejTille Independent says : '
At Ci-Ltri'.ii n k e n-t .Mr C roLk.-te. lt
D- Hi'KTutic nuniibi-r for f.ite tnfLn r. lie !
n ry p",e4fLt irt-ctk-niiin but t very poor fp k-r.
Tiie tnnible with our friend Wall is that
he do-snot know what od speaking is.
Mr. Crunk rite always talk n'! sense and
b, consequently, a'ol speaker.
Tut Denn'K-ratic C'"nLT'-sional conven
tion is called to meet in Carmi un Tuesday.
August 1st, The basis of representation
wiil 1 one delt gate for each 100 votes
oust for Townshend two -urs ago, which
gives White county '). 'The convention
will k- composed of 127 delegates.
The latest specimen of Key's flunkey
ism confirms the opinion long entertained
of him in well informed circles that he is
more to be pitied fur Weakness than to he
blamed for badness. In this respect he is
a fitting representative of the administra
tion. It is only charity to allow the Postmaster-General
to sink out of sight.
'Anoi T half of our ext hanges"' says
JJrothcr Wall "contain the information
that the Hon. 'Josh Alien is a candidate
for congress in the Nineteenth district."
There is un abundance of the honorable
g-utleman for his own district, but w hen it
is attempted to spread him over Mr.
Townshend s territory also, it is our im
pression there is not eiioudtof him to go
around and do equal and exact justice to
Ma.i. A., I. KrYKrvtut.L um in town lnt St rol-tv
mid .Monday. Th tn.Jor ha. at ut ton.,ted to
beanie ui-.,mll,Ute r, ,.,. , ,.,,,,,,.,
with the ibe of Ut. Liiiii. ro.tf friends tlnou -imut
II"' district, and the 10 publicun p,iy
trj.1iilut.-d II he is secures the Humiliation. . his
"ent s,rvie,s In ,-,., h,. t- utaHaiali.
'.l:yHh the duties of tl.L-.itti,-.-. I0 Mv nyuiug
of Ms popularity. wriy M,n h
es;!ie Ml! I,, ,lin;,,j t,r,ll4j, ,
rush; but carried so far and with Mich
U-lty that' he will m-wr
' I'.'i.rd from
"Tite lawful Ittk- ,,f ltolli. rl,.nl TJ. I!,,,.. ,,!,,.
V-e.l,,.nry 1. t-,-ar tu,. p. rf.,-, . tUt' f r .
This resolution was orT-fd in the ut
New York Republican state convention, and
roju tcd by u vote of ms W llvt.Hi
Vet some of the am- follow' have the'aiv
daeityto cry revolution "when, nemo-rats
ln.Kc to hivi-stigate jlie fraiids which
jihued in the ..jiresidentiul chair the man
whom they, by an implication as
HtMng as direct assertion, declared to be a
fraud and his, title a sham, ' No man w hose
title to the presidency is not as clear unci
perfec t as that " of Wuohingtun, 'AhouijJ be
pernHttea to (H Qpy tlie phice. ; t.
3. Pai njm Robartv, ofMiiriljy1i(ir,wtiiiitoriiii
fnr ilrrk of rtie Cujirrnic court, uml imliody would
cure If ho (loeii run cli-iir out nf thcdlftrli t. lie'
mini) woru i hnr., thun the Deniorrnili'. chiiiII
0ip. It in yet too erly to prem-h J. I'uuiithV
fuuerul rermoti, lmt It In hl-li time III meniure for
roftln lieltiB taken jiroiIi'd tliero are tin old
jiluo bore bnudy. Pluekuej-vlllij Independent-
This is cruel. If a man's belly is to be
made the criterion of his fitness for public
place, we shull soon hear of violent opposi
tion to bald heads, uneonquerable rcpug
(Sice to pLcon tms and cross-eyes, with u
"Tea( deul inre of the same. sort. It is
improper t introduce a fclliiwbcinofs phy
sical defects into the arena of public dis
cussion, und apart from the corpulence so
delicately alluded to, we know of no
reason why Mr. Ilobarts wmild not answer
the purpose of beinsi led to the shambles
quite as well as most Kepublicans of tin
Eakl John IUssei.i, who died on Tues
day was. during his public career, one of
the central figures in European jnilitics. lie
was twice prime minister of the British
empire. He disagreed with his colleagues
during the American rvWllion, favoring
Mr. Seward's views in the Trent affair, as
also in the well-renicmWred Schlcswig
llolstein uitriculty. He advocated a liberal
policy in the famous Mexican expedition,
and addressed a note to the Russian govern
ment in favor of Poland in 1N.13. Alter the
death of Lord Palmerston in ImJ-'j, he was
made prime minister for the seend time,
with Mr. Gladstone as chancellor of the
exchequer; but differences in the views of
the ministry led to the resignation of the
entire cabinet in June. lS'iti. After that
time Earl Husk-11 was an unofficial supiort-
er of likral measure s in the house of lords,
introducing and carrying many imjvrtarit
Akter all, there is something in a name
And the came of Sevmour surest cov-
nes. 'Gentlemen, your candidate I cannot
be,-1 faid the SAge of Vtica to his fellow
Democrats, and immediately consented.
After a night of prayer and thoughtfulness
his reverend namesake declined the bish
opric of this diocese. His brother church
nienjiowcvtr.not unmindful.evidentiy.of the
teachings of Democratic history. aL'ain jrrf-
red to liim the rejected law n, and this time
with success. The doctor is a scholar of
distinction, is distinguished for fine social
trails, and what is of more importance to his
flock, he is known to possess executive
ability of a high order, nis Christianity,
too, is of the practical kind, and this qual
ity will add to his popularity with all
classes' of our people. Under his adminis
tration this diocese will to governed with
ability and tact, and in the councils of the
church ins influence will be marked with
force and character. The bishop, if we now
may call him so, ran look forward to a gen
uine welcome from the people of Cairo upon
his advent among them. His consecration,
as the dispatches state, will take place on
St. Bamabas' uaykat New York city.
The Cincinnati and Phi!a,lel.hia Ex
changes, have filiowed the example of
Chicago, and jetitioned congress for an in
crease of the army, liasing their prayer upon
the prevalence and grow th of what they
call communism. These alarmists ueciu to
overlook the fact that this is a government
of all the people and was not instituted for
the benefit of a few, however superior the
few may to to their neighbors. The in
stances of late years w here the people of the
several states have not been able to maintain
law and enforce it mandates are rare, and
a failure to do so is traceable in every case
to the incompetency or neglect of officials.
The people of this country are law abiding:
they know their rights; they believe in free
speech and undisturbed meetings; and
when any man or set of men, who, bec ause
of their wealth or social position, arrogate
all the virtues and attempt to force a n
pugnant mode of living or mode of thought,
upon those loner in the social scale, they
will find they have undertaken a contract
which it will be extremely difficult to ful
fill. It cannot be done, even with the aid
of standing armies.
Mn. Allxanieu H. Stephens i u spoiled
child of the Democracy; and if he pets and
pouts at the action of the party, it is in
a large measure thy fault of the party it-
self. He is one of tl,o,c. public nun who.,.:
irood or bad fortune it is n 1- i
ble.if giving otr.,)W. It Umn,u
fashion to eulog'o tii mi n l mg time
back, and it has not g,,,,. quit, out ut H:,r.s-. S.m!. A.ner'.c,;., XorwvMans M,.xl
date yet. A hy it should have lu cn so is wind. I i.-ans. Greeks. P..1. .: J,.,''., p,h,.1:i:imi,
upon reflection, trill puzle most people to Chims., K.-t I...i:J, .with u sprinkling of
fiudout. , Although called, in the ce)i,rc of iAni'eniiu.s. Mnic-s -, K.waiimis, Arabs,
t.la l...... ...i.i: . i , . . .1 i ........ w .i, .. . .
n. -u jmiriJt career, io ingn stations, lie ,
has never been able to Impress himself
upon the events going on around him. He
wna tll(! second officer in the C .federate
government, but had less influence in iis
public, iitTairs than many private citizens, It
will not do to say that he was ignored, be
cause he was not. He simply failed to
make himself felt. Since the war, in Con
gress and out, it has been much the same
thing. The people, like an indulgent hu-
TDK DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN:
bund tojiis wife, have, been accustomed to
seek hi! adviot and- tlion proceed j do
what win already da idci up. .regardless
of what the character of that advice;
might be. While it would be unjust to
say of Mr. Stephens thut ho has no pro
nounced opinions, or that hedoe'H not give
expression to them, yctlt is true that they
are so shidiousldran, balanced wjtji such
affectutl iiicoty and f vlrcsicS jcti uch u
morbid regard for the feelings of those op
posed to the party with which he acts,
that they fall flat, effttt nothing,' and have
interest only u coming from a man who
has, no one seems to be able to explain just
how, attained some public fame. In liiT
quarrel with Mr. potter ho pleads like a
child who fancies itself neglected. The
caucus of the Democratic party wisely re
fused to be guided by his counsels in the
matter of the fraud investigation, and be
cause of this he 1ms worked himself into a
pet, and pouts and makes faces at his asso
ciates. If let severely alone for a short
w hile, he will to sure to come around solicit
ing fellowship at the Democratic board.
A 1.AHOE OATHEKINO AT MOfND CITY
SC KNES AIUHT THE ( EM ETEIiY CONNEL
LY S tlUATlON.
I lie decoration ceremonies at Mound
City yesterday were !l that the most patri
otic heart bowed d-.wn with grief coulddt
sire. There was, it is true', a dearth of
tears, but there were immense quantities of
lust, ginger bread, horses and wagons.
swe-at and Weariness, men ami women,
flowers and oratory. Of all the people
who flocked to seethe show, f-w cared
atout the patriotic dead of the e--metcry;
but the occasion was duly honored in the
usual manner and was a great smccs'.
At an early hour the people togan to i,r-
rive, and before noon probab.y three
thouand were in attendance, lands of
music did duty under the hot sun; crowds
walked around among the graves, a little
speech was made at the monument
and a little prayer made;
flowers were strewn and at last the notable
figures of the day appeared upoi the plat
form and a couple of thousand vhite and
black folks sat down ujKm the seas provid
ed or stood in the grateful shade of the
trees. Dr. N. R. Casey, always )n duty,
toamcd upon the audience, and in patriotic
tones, called the meeting to order. Where
ujsin the amiable, ornate and ornamental
A. J. Kuykendall was elected pr-sident,
and Messrs. Courtney, of Massac; Fisher,
of Alexander: Deitrich, of Randolph, and
Mcrtz, of Pulaski, were made vic?-presi-dents.
Messrs. Barton of Jackson, Karris ef
Johnson. Aekerman of Pulaski, and Alden
and Williams of Alexander, were t'le secre
taries. Tie blessings i heaven we re then
invoked by Rev. Mr. Olmsted in an eloquent
prayer.' This ended the preliminaries and
the president introduced Major James
W. Connelly, of Coles county, the orator of
the day. Mr. Connelly is a good speaker.
A smallish man. with a smooth face, but
toned cent and the air of an orator. Major
Connelly st.nl before his andience and Went
to work. II-was eloquent and impressive
in his utterances, and held the attention of
his hearers from his first to his last word.
He "p.-ned by a i' f -reijce to the occasion,
i.nl launched an oratorical thunderlxiit at
the idea if universal pence. He then
glided inn a fine eulogy of the heroism of
the men who saerifictd their lives fur the
Union. and gave a resume of the causes of the
great civil war and its momentous results.
Paying a tribute to the gallantry of the re
bels he condemned their cause in terms of
unmeasured indignation, mid closed
a well-Miindi-d peroration. Throughout
his speec h the major was inspired by hearty
applauso.and at its conclusion was congrat
ulated by a large numbi r of citizens.
The hciicdhtion was pronounced, the
chairman was authorized to appoint a com
mittee t-i arrange the celebration next year,
and the ceremonies ended.
Says the New Yu:k Times; "Hurdly
any city ha a greater Variety of population
than New York. Not only are all the sec
tions and states in the Union represented
here, I .tit most of the nations of the earth.
Indeed, we number so many foreigners that
stranger wonder where the natives find
place, and often speak of the metropolis as
anything hut an American canltal. It is
said that ours is tin- largest Irish center in
wo;. 1 1
tliat Hib-n.iu is represented
!e-e l,y ., 11-400.1)00 people, making this
city more (:,;,. t;.,in j),,,jn jt,.:f. We
can bast of oy.-i- i)0,(ioi German-;
s 'liie prisons , j.ut the number as
I,U;" ' wi.ooo-i t i.lmit :i(i,ll(i-i
Wh. 10.oi.-i l5.o( Italians, s.ooo ,o
V U: 'T m
Portuguese, thot'j-.i.ds of, English and
i N (iti-li. ii M,,'.' i,,.,.,,. d....:...,, . i....
1" v 1 '-i.ys. iino' i:j., urn. 1 '.iu
here : u;.
'tinging, s and d:a!.- is spoken
p..ited loin more tluiii fifty, and uiii'.ng the
creeds, dnd-'pcr.deiit of Honb.tr Cntlmii,.,
IV.estniifatid Jc.diiw, arc the' Greek, Mo.
iiljtiiutvduii,' P.uddhUt, llr,ihiiinic:,. Pursee,
and CVell Fetiehinu." ,
The New Glass Oil Cans, SiminonV Ti.
frigatoiN, Wuter Cooleii, ami It('reum
Freezers at A. llul'ley's, 115 CVini.ierclal
FlilDAY MORXIXCi, MAY
IIotkl Thoi-luty Fok Sale on Rent.
The well-known Alto House, at Alio Pass,'
Ills., a bargain and upon easy terms. 4 ; Re"
tilar Dining Place for trains on'fhu C. ami St
L. It. R. Delightfully situated and u issess-
ing all the requisites ot a popular Summc:
Rotort. It is at oice a pleasant home1 am
0 remunerative; busiuess; title perfect. Ad
dress the Alto Hoie, Alto Pass, III.
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TO Miles IiouutliK Mlssissjjiii.
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LEAVES e AUfo
.Saturda y, Juno 1 , at 1 m.;
COLL'MUfS and DELMetNT. J IV M :
H ktnim. ! p ni ; arrlvinc at N.-w Madrid at p.m.
hetumiiL. lent' New MH.lrid ! T p in ;
Uickmai.. !' p m.; Coluni bu ULd
Iieimout. 11 p ni ,
ARRIVING AT CAIRO AT 1 P. M. ;
HAKlNli LANMM.A T
Killmoro, Ky N.rl)lk, Mo., and
litrr jinil .MeitUly'M Iiiinliiidh.
TWO I1ANPS OF MUSIC ON IiOAKN.
. ,rfFare lor lion ml Trip, lucludit.f K. tr. Lmi us.
f 1 .ii; Meals, Meents extra.
WV201.1 N.-w Madrid in Davliftit and cuarai.t. t
8s;''cd'ime ii. J. ii'hAMMEK. Master.
James liit.iis.Ti.ket Ant
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H JI "!"i 'I'd a d. termination to make
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FEEE E rullie1 Evpr' Morning.
It eiLbraei- it, iis eu'.un.rs da'l
of such e fakra'! r a trctl sl.a'l
iMe the i-fjiiai i t the cheapest aLd
Ik-sI ol ;tir loLt'.-uij orurief.
Tlif POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
now p. lidlnj is on. ol lt- i.I import
ui.c-1 ot.siiicri d in lioth Hp National
and Ma:.: ap.-ets; a lull Coti-r. --:ot.al
t..-i.".-ac,on ill be o,.. h:h
Leis.atiiri- is to lie 1 1, 1 1. U hi. h
ill ilet. rmlii.- the ui e,-iir o, lli.i
J, It. .1. l-l, l,y in t,e I lilted Mater
IlIITIf helieilni; tin- uci.ss ot Mn-
ii.i-i.i.i.iy I. ni.K rati, party to be es.ei.i itl to
in.- inainiaiiian. .- ol ;-o,nl snn m
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YY YY 111 ",:!'- '"' "ii-Hi. e-s ol lo. r.-pr.-
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Me i-iii.s every Jii m.K-rat slmuid ex;
1 rt hllea.-lf in liiratliiiliatilie the
truths ot bin party, and in Ln av
an this he leorv tStiUllv (ioi.'i
tf.un l y the rir' i.;a:iuL of n:s home
SURsrKlHi: AT once.
SUIJM RHiE AT UN'CE.
M'HSCRIRE AT ONI E.
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sal ineiii insertions.. .... . ro
l-'ot Olie week, pel s.IMw' 11 III
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ol solid type lo the i lu ll.
To r-'j;i'li,r a.'.verti.ers ofl.-r sn-
periol llilllleCMo'iili. Ii.ith ii . (,, ntes
ol , iiuiv .-. mill iniiiiiier o (I'splmlni;
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, velil- tor eieli stll..l.et iaaeftinil.
Noll.! " nt iletitii uii'l iiii.nin.'is
.tW.-IC rents pi I 1 ) t Its.
All p jt.i m il i.e. I .'OuiuiiiiiU't'iW'itir
suyiUli lie le.l.l' 'sell 'll ' '
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LNO. H. OIlEUlY, Ceu'I Kauagi-r.
rpjIE CITY NATIONAL I'.ANK,
W. IV II A I.I.I f a T. riesid. ut.
H. L. IIAI.I.IHAY. Vi(e l'r.sideLt,
WALTEJf liYSLl'H, i i.hier. y
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IIISKV U. IHU IIiAV, 11. H. , CKMUUM,
u. 11. mauAMiua, . stki-umm hiid,
II. II. CAMil.K.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
nul'CjHT AND tuLD.
D' l.oslls received aLd u L-er.en.1 ,, Lli... 1,
LtoANDER COUNTY BANK,
Comineicial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
P. lUKiss. President.
P. N EKE. Vice President.
II. WELLS, e a-hisr.
T. J. KEIIT1I. Assistant CasLKr.
f- llr.su. Cairo; William K'ut-. Cairo:
Peter N. fi. i alroj William Wolf. ( aim;
A. susanka. ( airo; II. L. Itillinpslrv. M. Louis
K. Hucler, e airo; K. II. lirlnkman. M. Louis;
II. Welir, Cairo; J. y, C leliisuu, CaiidoLla.
e.hNtl.'AI. 11ANKIN. Ill SINEss IXE. Ex-
ehar.e oij and tmu;-M. Interest paiti in the
saini; l. pariment. i all. , tun s made and a,l
oiisiiH ss ir,nipoy anerio. C to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,'
Hurt. reel Mar.b 31, loi9.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL RANK,
TNTEHEsT paid on diposi'a Vauh 1st and f. p
A t rjilit-r 1st Ilk res; Lot iiitkcraan -.a all..l in,.
median ly to tte priti. :,; of tl Ct potrts, tLtrel r
px.tf :hein con. pound ,l:i usi.
Ff Children and married taorrn-n nuay drposit
mene) act) n ete else- run dru it.
WALTER HYSLOP, Tkeasi kek.
jNSL'RAN'CE AGENCY OF
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Koyal Canadian ltiW::.
British America A"!.
minercial -A.Mr Nt::y,'rV..
I'lllMtl ' ,of rhLidi-lphia: . staU .h.d It J..i
1 I"H Assels . .-fl .itlUj.
Fireman's ;AM. "n :mit
H'muii 1 cuf Freep.iit. I, ..
iiiiaii , AsM-tn $4.v..srs.i;;.
IlISES WniTTES AT KAII KATES.
)fti-.' in Alexander County Hunk.
For any lenpth of time, tin- to siory hri. k n "aU nee
on T-.nty third sfpet and lloihrook uMnne ifortn
erlv on upleti hy P. Cuhli eontiiininu nine rooms
and a eellar. with stahle. uikI sIh il. ee- . Kil In rirt
( lass style and arraim.-il in tin- moat eoneni.-tt
tn.-iiitier Also a law store roni, sitiiuted at No.
HI ( ihiO I.I Ve,-. i'i.l-S, feel
Fob hAi.a. A huu'i.'y, Lartn-sp. etc ; ulf j. a N o. 1
Kor further pr.rtlrulnrs- hinttlr.- nf
A. P. SCiriMifJIin!. Aji-nt.
No. sl i ini,, l.eye.'.
XKWYOIJK STUUE, ' .
. WJIOLES.UH AND' RETAIL.
The , aLarst Variety Stock
, , ix Tin; i;ity
( iooDs old yitrct k
. ' '. '"..?' ' 4 Jsiv-t,i- i s.;?t.
. v....' yt n.. jl -f .-.'
CorMllet.elltl) Ml..r4l.lt-I. It'll 111
" ' C. O. IWTlkli CO.
,HYMNt Sl) IIKtytVATINU
yol'R OLD CLoTHE.S
..lsv."1 I'AN HIS KK.MTItTLI.V 1T.,,11
.-'.. ' ' - , iI 1 l ) I
At a TriflhiL' Expense-C, 0. II.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. :!0 EIGHTH ST.
'..'v ; . . . ;
ft Ltd.' and OeLls' u',d butt wade Lew.
Decorations for Antique Pot
tery, China, (.lass and other
Ware; Gold and Silver Paper,
Tissue and Glazed 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; Moss, tine
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion Books, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all these go to EarclajV.
Bald Heads. Attention!
Carbolinc at Jiarclay.s'.
Plain and Fancy Stationery;
Pa pater ies in large Variety,
attractive for their Beautv,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning Papeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
pers ; Envelopes, Pens, Pencils ;
French, EnglMi and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Rubber Bands,
etc. If in Want don't buv un
til YoulJIiave Seen and Priced.
For all these jro to Rarilava'.
(irav Hairs !
ow's "Your Chance !
Calhuline at Barclays'.
Lubin's. Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these' in Oiuriiul Pottle- untl in
Rulk, co to Rarclays".
Dandruff Out ! Ketone!
Cai bolino at JJarclay.-'.
If you want a little Varnish,
Furniture PolMi. LineeilOiI.
Turpentine.White Lead. Paint
or Colors of anykind.a White
wash Bruli, Paint or Varnish
Bribh, Stove Blacking, Shoe
Dressing, Sewing Machine Oil,
or any of an Hundred other Ai tides
in Daily Use, iro to Rarclnys Diinr
Store, either on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, and Get What Yon
Want at Prices toSnit the times.
. : i and Gentlemen,
Cai'bolinc ibr the Toilet.
Feather Dusters. Ostrich and
In very Ijirire Variety unit at Rotiom
Prices. Ask ami See at Ilarilajs".
I5arclav' is tho. I'lacc.
Buy your Suninier Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Bromo Chloral urn,
Chloride Lime. ,.
Now is the Time on these Goods to buy
Cheap at Barclay's.