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THE DAILY CAH10 BULLKT1N: SUNDAY MOllNlXti, JUNK 2, 1S78.
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JNo. H. ol'.KKLY. General Mmiaircr.
Only Morning1 Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'APKIl OK THE CITY AND COl'.NTV.
Xlios. Xally, Kditor,
X)pmK-ratio Xoini not ions.
ron statk TtiKAinitii.
EDWARD L. CHONKIU'l'E. of SnpLonsor..
ron ktki-.istksiisnt or i-i ni.tc instiiution,
SAM I EL M. ETTEK. of Me Leu u.
roil c;.r.i.K or the htiime coci.t. mictiieiin grand
JAC'On O. CHANCE, nf Marion,
ron clci.k or thk am ki.i.atk coi'iit, eocTiiEiis
JOHN Q. flAKMAN. if Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT. CAM. V011 A PEMOCKATIC DFXEGATF.roxvKS
TIOX TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOK
Tlio Di'iiiiXTuts of the Eiglittcnth Con
jfrivsional district of Illinois are requited
to scud dt'lpgittfg to u convention to 1
lii-lil at Joncslniro, Union county, on Tuc--dny,
2:)J day of July. lfc78, for the purjiose
of nominating a cundidute for reriroja.-nta-tive
in the Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will 1 entitled to
the Lumber of delegates to, and vote? in,
the conveutinn set oiosite its came lielow,
Alexander I, votes
in il.o counties tlmt Imvc nut already ai-
i..!oij..1 ir,)tuto the Central roniniittee
of the I)t'ii:K-nitic jiartywill, in such man
ner and at such time us they m.iy deter
mine, call county conventions to ap.int
h-legatcs to t!ii fonvrntion.
I!y order of the Democratic Central Cum
n.i'.tce (f the Eighteenth Con-.Ti c-ional li
tr'it. .I.v.i. H. OKKid.v.ChainiUin.
A. IVl.K .Ionks. Sceri'tarv.
Cftt Mr. Springer has be n placed nj-m
the Potter investigating committee to lid
the vacancy made by the resignation of Mr.
Co'. b, of Indiana.
Tin: latest Washington advices report
that the mb-ciiiumittic to which was re
ferred the bill fof the reli -f of Ca;t. Ead, is
unanimously of the opinion that there
shou.d no modification of the contract,
but in favor of making some concessions
as to the manner in which the payments
th;.:l be made under the contract.
Amptheh Richmond in the field. EUi
where we publish the letter of Hon. N. W.
Graham in reply to a number of gentlemen
w ho solicit his candidacy f,,r e,,,,,,,.,, ,y(im
this district. He consents to the Use of Ins
mime. Mr. Graham is u gentleman po.
sosiiig warm friends and considerable
strength, and should he cany ..ft' the prize
UtJo.-iesl.oro. w.,,,1,1 th.- tull Vote of his
party and make inroads u; the Radical
SESATon Rlaiiie's course in the senate
Friday was aimed not so much at Senator
Davis' judicary bill at to keep hinwlf
primincntly before the public. ,. ,,.,
not like the Grant movement, and bv his
liet:"l.given.itiee tothei.hl Hitter, who sire
luomoting the scheiiv, that he is still in the
r'eg. i ven if slightiy disfigured. His Cin
cinnati Contest does ,;ot seem to have in,
proved either hi, temper r his manners
b'Mas .Mr. Tiiiirmanha.uk mi him in hand,
we have it. it lVt all Imp ..f hi, :i,lU ,v.
Ti:kiii: is som.-tl.ii.g mysterious .,!,,
tV.t Getty.hurg i:.!-rvieW. Uati," de
chres that the president Us-d the language
lie attributed to him. while the president
pi ts in a prompt and firm denial. This r,-
duces it to a question of Veracity between
these distinguished gentlemen. Tlefprc
idetit, though an aiuiaUc, g.,d soul, U
known to sufler at intervals fiom painful
lapses of inemoty; while "Gutl," H conpicu
cum for the ubility with which he can make
a lie appear as the truth. So the matter
staudsVid no human riliiinid will ever
be a'i!i t satisfactorily determine ,
fj , . s I
TiiEtcecnt dcsijcration .ofVtlie Rrave of
Hon. J. Scott Harrison, son of ex-President
HarrLon wul brother of B'-ii Harrison, at
North lletid, Indiana, is attracting wide
spread notice, and will result in bunging
to light the course pursued bv h adingiaed
ical iissih iuions in seeiiving bmlies for the
dissecting room. Jut now the current of
opinion is set strongly against the doctors,
and the relatives and friends nf the deceased,
who are both .rich and influential, seem
determined to probe the matter to the Imt
tom, and prosecute all parties implicated to
the extreme limit of the law. The case
proves pretty conclusively that when the
possession of a corpse is deemed necessary
M further the cause of medical science, its
former position in life, stone slabs, cement
and iron boxes avail nothing. The manner
of its discovery is another illustration of
truth beiny; stranger than fiction.
The dispatches of Friday last stated
that the Senate commerce committee had
reported back the river and harbor appro
priation bill with but slight changes. It
was, however, amended in one important
particular. The committee agreed to re
jmrt a part of the bill the commission pro
vided for bv Senator Cockrell for the im
provement of the Mississippi river. This
commis-ion consists ol rive mem
bers, two of whom shall bu govern
ment engineers; the remaining three
civilians. A sum of between two and
three millions of dollars is to be set apart
to be expended under the direction of the
commission and secretary of war in pre
liminary work. The river and harlsir bill
leaves the appropriation for Dickey's Island
i, $40,000) undisturbed, as will be seen from
the following dispatch:
WAHiisi.TfN. V. C. Mar 21. 1S7S.
To Col. S.S. Tavioii,
The M-nate committee leave our river approprit-
This will 1 good news to the iieoplc of
this whole region of country, and more par
ticularly to us here in Cairo. Gen. Simp
son, tif the corps of engineers, U. S. A., has,
through his reorts to the authorities at
Washington explaining the character
necessity and progress of the improvement
earned the gratitude and good wishes of
our ieoplo. Senator Davis and Oglcsby
and Congressman Hart.ell have also given
the matter their personal attention and the
aid of their speech and influence. The
tinal passage of the bill is assured.
THK roTTEH INVESTIGATION,
iiicioiici iii.i.-iij'uiioii coin. nj,.
jH'ars to be very annoying to tin- already
confused elements of tlie. Radical party.
The Conkling and lilaine wings of the par
ty would It- glad to see anything done that
would annoy Hayes wH ),U cabinet and
bring them to L'lief. Hut the thought of '
i xposing the Radical corruption that has
controlled elections in the southern states is
t hi rW h for them. They know full well
that the result will be loss of confidence in
the Radical party, and they join ill the
cry of revolution.
The Radical party ha been nio,t prolific
in getting up investigating c Hiiniittees.
Infaet. it gained its first notoriety through
the investigating committee sent to Kansas
during Huchaiian's administration. What
RcpuhMt.nl wi'I forget the celebrated repnit
of Galuha N. Grow upon the Kansas troub
les. No one document did so much to
bring the Republican party into power, and
since the party has been in iowcr they lure
been sending investigating committees
to examine all manner of subjects.
In fact, so long as they could
make up investigating committees to
their liking, they sent them in every
direction to investigate any and every
thing that would have the slightest
tendency to injure the Democratic party,
They have had investigating committees
sent into almost every southern state to
New York, New Jersey or any where else.
Hut the shoe is on the other foot now. The
Democrats have the power now to or
ganize investigating committees, and, be
cause they have exercised the right to or
ganize a committee to investigate the
frauds of a presidential election, the Radi
cals all cry revolution and threaten war
bloody civil war.
Why become so alarmed: This is the
people's government and if they hi. v.- been
defrauded out of a rightfully chosen presi
dent, they have a right to know it. If an
act has placed one in the presidential chair,
not chosen by the people, that act was rev
olution, and a most dangerous revolution
indeed. The people have n right to know
all the facts and all the means that were
used to accomplish this revolution -this
baud upon the constitution and laws of the
country. Thy have a right to know who
were the actors and perpetrators ,f this
crime upon the Republic and inflict upon
its perpetrators the highest punishment that
cn be inflected upon political villians the
condemnation of an outraged people.
H tin t v.- has been no wrong done, no
harm can come to any one. If the elections
in Louisiana nnd Florida hftve been fair
and honorable it will fncreaw the respect
of the whole people forf Mr. Jbiyci and Jils
administration. If they haVo been foul
and fraudulent he will receive that con
tempt that is justly . due to an usurper, I f
lie is the honorable man his friends claim
him to be he will resign the omYc, and see
that the rightfully chosen president is in
augurated. The exposing of fraud cannot
be revolution. It is the protection of the
Let the investigation be full fair, and
firm. Let the committee see that no innocent
man be wronged, and that no political vil
liati lie left Unexposed.
Honest men court investigation; villians
shun it. When the facts are before the
people, if they have been wronged thev
w ill find some peaceful mode to right them,
and that mode will not be revolution nor
will it produce civil war.
HON. N. W. OIIA1I AM S UllPI.V TO A ( U.I
CITIZENS HK .IACKSON cor.vrv.
Caiiiion:ai.e. II I,., May 23, ls;s.
Nelson V. (.mlmm, I'urlioiiuile. 111.:
DeaiI Sm : The undersigned citizens of
Jackson County, desirous of seeing in the
field II candidate for Congress whose pur
suits place him in full sympathy with those
engaged in the uoductive industries of the
country, are induced fiom your jMisition in
this respect, and from your well known
character and qualifications and with con
fidence in your general availability, to take
this method of Niliciting you to become a
candidate, subject to the Democratic con
vention, for that oilice in this, the Eighteenth
M. C. Hawkins,
M. R. Denmson,
AnMIKW J. S.MDl.!,
J. G. Camiteii,
Chauj.es lii uro.v,
W. Siitt Atkins,
John li. Ki.Mn u.i.,
J. C. Tiiovi'snN. Shiloh Hill.
Peteu Kkiki h, De Soto.
M. S. Ciui.Di:iis. Gillshurg.
D. S. Wii.ma.mson. Ora.
W. C. Rooees, Cambtll Hill.
Caiii;ondai.e, III., May 27, 17!?.
Gentlemen: I have received your lit
ter of the 22d instant, requesting me to be
come n candidate for the nomination before
the Democratic congressional convention
for the otlicc of congres-man from this
T. say nothing of the doubtful success of
inch an attempt, I have U-en unwilling,
from other considerations, to contest the
candidacy of men of greater ability and
longer senice in the Democratic party.
Hut, supposing success Were probable, 1
have feared that, lacking that efficiency
which ( XH rience in public life alone can
give, I might, if elected, disappoint the ex
pectations of my friends. If I have hesi
tilted, tlierotori', Iii iiccedilig to your request,
a liuf lii ui trmii thest '.insiil..V.iri..ne, and
not because I lightly esteem the honor
which your proosdl implies From tlmt
honor few men can afford to turn aside, and
I cm hardly claim to lie an exception to
Encouraged, then, by the terms in which
ynHii.vc seen fit to address ai.d by
similar expressions tiom tnenus m other
counties oi me in-met, i now Culisent to
allow my name be ned iii the manner u.
gested. unci if nominated will do all within
my power that may be done hovorahly to
secure ( lection.
This is not the place for extended discus
sion, but being known in the district as a
private citizen only, it will be but fair to
myself, as well as to the public, if I take
this opportunity to indicate briefly my
views upon some questions of importance
likely to enter into the coming canvass,
more particularly as some these qiustious
are outside of our party platforms.
lam in favor of putting gold mid silver
upon the same footing precisely, requiring
the unlimited iaic of coin certificates for
deposits in the national treasury of cither,
as is now done for gold only; and I am in
favor of lidi ling to this such legislation lis
will substitute for our bank note circula
tion the notes of the government as rapidly
asdue regard to lights and obligations cre
ated by existing laws will permit. I be
lieve thesi! measures, fully carried out.
would give us a circulating medium amide
in quantity, and so good in quality, that it
would soon be current around the world.
I am in favor of the improvement by the
general government of the navigation of the
Mississippi river upon any feasible plan that
will keep it within its banks and make it a
great and free highway for the commerce of
the country ; and though of much less im
portance. I would at the same time grant
such aid as mav be needed to secure the
ccrly construction of the Southern Pacific
railioad, In lieving that it is not beyond the
wisdom of Congress to provide for this upmi
terms that will be not only sate but will
render impossilile the frauds heretofore
connected with similar entrprises.
These and kindred subjects are certain to
demand a large share of a'tt 'tnion from Con
gress for some time to come, and as they
etl'ect directly every industrial interest of
the coiintiy, there has nriscii a very natu
ral desire at which you hint in your letter,
that those interests generally' be repre
sented in their settlement. That the ten-
e .1 l' f
iii ncy uf public opinion is to demand
sonii'iinngliKe tins in ail I .it UK- legislation
is iplit" l videllt. and if We mean to scute
ami maintain that ascendency to which w.s
believe the principles of the' Democratic
party entitle us, that opinion must 1- r, .
spected. Iii siying this l trust it will not
be thollght l ofier advice to the ' Ul i II t i !l
the candidate of tlm convention will be
my candidate, mid no one will join more
readily than 1 in the haul work 'necdi d to
EXCUS- me, gell'let;,.'!), f,,r troubling yo;
with so long a letter, and believe tlu.'t 1
shall always cherish this expression of your
eoulhh'iice nl'.d esteem, end will ( er remain
Your fiiend and obedient s rvaut,
Nelson V. Giiaiiam.
To John odgen, M. C. Hawkins Martin
R. Deiiiiison, James Hill, Andrew J.Niidi r,
J-'hn (i. Camp! ( !!, ','!.-..r!'s Jlu-.or, .? d.n
O.llnru, W. Scott Atkins, John 15. Kimball,
John F"i'd, Joseph VanClosfre, .Jutiies C.
Thompson, Peter Keifi r, M. S. Mulders,
D. S. Williamson, AV. V. Hndgns,'
NEW YORK TO RIVAL CINCINNATI.
p-Siisnu" In tlio Hotel Mull
The hotdmeii are to have u meeting
next month to arrange for a grand musical
festival in the fall similar to the one re
cently held in Cincinnati which is expect
ed to draw thousands upon thousands to
the city. It is u good scheme and I hope it
will be pushed through to the bitter end.
The jubilee is to last three days, ami Gil
morc is to be on deck and show all the
medals he received in Europe. . This will
be a great feature. No doubt the leather
one will be the most admired. Then there
is to be a great competition for prizes, and
several female fog-horns commonly called
vocalists have already signified their will
ingness to do what they can to make a
failure of the festival.
(iKiK KUS AM) COMMISSION- MERCHANTS.
riLVTmx 4fe iuiiiij
u OHIO LEVEE.
ACi EMS AMERICAN TOW HER COM P'Y
W. Stkatton. Cairn. T. Hum. Missouri.
CA MIC. ILLINOIS.
GRAIN, FLOl'i: AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring 3Iills
Hifflicst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
1 1 N K L E. T 1 1 1 ST L K YO( ) I )
in ri.itTi r.s
Fanners' Tobacco Warelio.be
General Commission Merchants,
No, li atid YSi Cea.uu r ' fit..,, T.t
i ; Am LLi, i V.AII.0, 1I.I..
JIRFKAL AdvaLrenn n.ade ol Ccl.s.eLti.e.;s
4 ol 'JotuK'eo. l.oLnud Oruik.
SAIKlNS AMI KETAUIAXT.
Saloon and Restaurant
::k i.k-t or
WINES, Ligi'ORs AM) CIGARS
Coaitaiiiiy oa ti.o U ntLi y on l.ai.d
itrei- ri pp;) el
KKl'ITS, LEMONS. OKAXGKS, A I'PI.ES,
ft wii',:.(s..i r ,si, i.it.c:..
At the Oh! Pehnoi.i. o Heti . C,!; f i.i J., yee.
HOOT AMI s;i,k MAKKIis.
IMJOT AND SHOE MAKKK
ATHENEl'.M RL'l LDING,
'ii;nn reial Aei
si.'.ia i.iiil s:, :.;!;
I -'bEs I; e:::r,' ii. i.i.i ;:u iau l.i pr.troi.s 1.1.1!
1 li' pal. lie s... i n.l:y ll.ut l.el.i.. iv, ,.i.v .....i
lie- Litest Hill! I t .eieet -!.., K I.e;.:!..... , , y, -v
o.- iipiioi, iver K-..i...!,t i, , iiw. .Ml ,,;li jj,
'.-' 'V"!-'- l-"'.pt! in.., ii. tae ' .t n.i.i.iar.
El. lire .mi.H,e",.. tflVen 111 CV.T, !l.,.e..
iv,,.,,,,, I,;,.. , ic iii.'.,.ti..is'.-N...,.,...,i to a.'; :o
i-..l ami . M.n.a.e i;.,,.,;. i;,i Jc.rl. ,
. "THE OAIKVOOD"
nvu-: r..voriieW. ,,..; .. ,,. I;i.(i,.t v
1 ".in.-more ,M:M.,.t:.,-,s iiih! ,.:in.;.eLr O.ui. o.a
he sliileij In n. n, .ma Ll,
tt" H. nil fur P. i ii.itve (;; i;:r. t, ,n. , ,.
SeellllW Mlll.ll I, .l.H, Il Hi!) ,, . , . h
lll.T leM unci .,j,,j.u,, ,.(. ' '
e-AcY.i,.. DAVIIi t-LKENWAV.
l'i.t::.i!i, r. ii , w';, iu..:l.
C; H EAT AT'ITJ ACTION
S. S. :.MATsO"s,
Vi.si.i;.i.-:..a A', i. ; -. ,. .,
li. .!i.-ii..- i. :: '.iiil.'IV ;.Vs I ,
for ei.sL ii y ,a.,e . ,:., i : ,,r
I II I ! ) I ; 1-.
A ml 1 IN"!
FINK P.OoTS AND .ilOES
HOYS' awl YdfTHS (iOOi'S,
t l.b ITTMIS IIEst (-t-ALITV. , ,, ,, ,,,,.
S iLi-Iernirn lvis. Dll '. r'i rfet u,v I'luiv,
rrilE CITY NATIONAL HANK,
V. I'. IIAI.I.IItAV. I're.iilei.t.
II. L. IIAI.LIIIAY. Vlee-lTesiikiit.
W AL'I EH insH'I'.i a.Li.r.
S. sTAATs TAV1 oil. w. I', mi l 1IA V,
IJKMIV I.. IIAI.I.M'AV, II. II. II SMM.IIAN,
u. II. WII.MAMsoN, sti.i ; N l.lllli,
11. II. i AM LE.
Excliangc, Coin anil United States Romls
Itol'i.ll? AND SOLD.
D. )io-;i r.-tt ivi.il uui a .-.'ii..rU luikii busiai-.
LENANDER COUNTY HANK,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
!'. EEosS. 'n i.!i i.t.
I' N EEC. Vice -I're.iUei.t.
II. M I.I.I s. ( Lshier.
T.J. KEKTII. A.-lsiuat I'a-Ll.r.
I'. I'.ro. Cairo; WE'.ii.m K'.iiee. Cairo;
I'. I. r Nelt. i aim; WlUlnin W'oil. ulr.i:
A. Sen.i.loi. ( uiru; I. .. lliihi,i;.lev. si. I.nais;
E. Hi. (!er.( aire; I'. II. Hr. ukii, nil. St. Loins ;
II. W e!l, Cairn; .1. V. I leiiiMiu. I ulillol 1 1.
VOENEIl.'.I. MANKlN'ii I'.t siNE-S HUNK. E
ihaiijeso.ta and taie.'.-l.t. lah resi pulW III 11, e
sunaes iirpuriiiM r.t. o!U . lions n.a.Ie anil ail
Llls'lKSs p;,,n p!'l l.ll.'l.llell to.
jnterprim: savings hank,
Chartered March 1C(19.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL HANK,
( ':iiro, Illinois!.
INTEl;F7pi. t! er. O p. ;rs Mar, fc ! aril S. p
leu. her ::. II'. r. r ! ii I... ru n i ...;eii Im
n.eiiica 'v to L. rin a', of the L. pis it-, iLi n hy
C!vii,l- tltn. lou poLLii in- res-..
rfl'l.ildn Band married hcilit. a.ay drpotit
llioni) add r.ueif else i nn (Iihh It.
WALTER mLoP, Theam kek.
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
M illol illo ' Eire uM Marii.e (Mia vlllr. N. J. .
JIlllttUK, Asc Is. '. ii..; M.
I'll inn ' ' a!!a.i 'pMa ; . taiij:i). il It. s.i i
I II HI , A-el.. f. M.h If.
Fiirniairs;,.,,,. ; ;,.. ....
I:l-K W i.iT'i EN AT EAIl: LA M.s.
( !!'; iii Ali':iit'. r 'o-inty It.uik.
MIY ((idis, ETC.
li S EN WATER.
The laiffest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods ami Clothing- Hoiie in this citj ;
are receiving new Goods daily and are
oH'erl no-treat harirains in theimst hand
some lines of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS: Mlk. 'uliinci-cw, Ron
rettes. ,iud a Cp,at lulny ,,,. ,1(.w
st.Nles of Ii,ss Goods. Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department uf their busi
ness, they cordially invite th,. piaidi,.
tciill and see their stock.
( i ea i' i a'.i i . i,'
Tlio Oaivo I?ox aiul 'Basket Co.
i. y i.mii
IUllEDIO MAT KUI A L
- AM. -'
I'looviny, K-itinir. r.ath, Vau
ill" ol v lowest n.ii ,
Ilavlmr a Heavy Stock of Lot's on Hand.
V.'e (it p. i.ieil in
SAW OIT M'ECIAL ORDERS
(Ml till- ila,rlel dtlcc.
A 3''X!lAl.TY Min)- i.r -I KASl:f AT 1.1 ' V It I". U.
J N iiln iiiiiiit.riictt.ro I'KClTilUiX.VATKKIAI.S
C ruil.iT, Cutnl;-, 1 uihii k. laaer, staves llcuilliicn
Decorations for Auticjuc Tot
tcrv, Cliina, (ilass ami oilier
Wan?; (Joltl ami Silver Fapciv
Tissue and (ilazert INii-er, all
('olors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Doulde Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Iliirjis,
Lyres and Crosses; Mos tine
Colors; Wax Fhnver I nt ruc
tion Hooks, etc; Sjilints, all
lengths, AVliite, Walnut, and
For all these go to Eai clays'.
Ualil Heads. Attention!
Cai-lioliiKi at liaivhi vs
Plain and Fancv Sfalionerv;
I'aitateries in lare Variety,
attractive for their Kraut v.
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mournini: raoeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Lc;al Chj Pa
lters; Knvelopes, IVns, IVncils;
Frencli, Kni;livh and Ameri
can Inks; Swiliiiij AVax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons. White and As
sorted Colors: Kuhher hands,
etc. If in Want don't buy un
til You have Seen and Priced.
For all these go to Paiclays.
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Now s Your Chance!
Cakiimlink at Ivmkt.av.n'.
Kuhin's, Atkinson's and all
Importetl and American Per
fumes at low Prices Call and
For these in oii-ina Hot tie. and in
Hulk, fo to Rarclav.'.
hanilmfr Out ! I'eirone !
Cai boliiic at I ;trcla
If you want a little YaniMu
Furniture PoIMi, Linseed Oil,
TuriicntineAVhitc Load. Paint
or Colors of anvkind.a White-
wah Ilnish. Paint or YarnMi
I!ruh. Stove Hlackinir. Shoe
OreiiiLf. Sew in; Machine Oil,
or any of an Hundred other Articles
in Daily Use, iro to Harclays' Pnur
Store, t ither on the Levee or .n Wash
ington Avenue, and Get What You
Want at Prices to Suit the times.
Cai-bolioo for thoToilot.
Feather Ousters. Ostrich and
In very I.iii'ire Variety and at Rottout
I'l lees. Ak and See at Ran lay.-'.
'HtuvltiVeS is tin) 'I Mace.
P.uy your Summer Disinfect
ants. Coinieras. Carbolic Acid
Powder, Promo Chloralum,
Now is the Time on these Goods to htiy
Cheup at JhirelityV.