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TAKING "CARE" OF rTllE RELA
TIVES. r Th6 Governor of North Carolina a
Cirpot-bagger of thotnuHpnlpablo kind,
manifests a louder regard for tho hucccss
of hla relatives that is scarcely exceeded
''byttiat Uowu liy our lidrii-prculdeut.
Among tho flrat acts of hisofflclal career
was to order the mayor of Raleigh to va
cate his offlco. He had commissioned
hid brothor-lti-luw to fill tho place, and
politely Informed tho Incumbent of that
fact, adding that if ho didn't get out
quietly he yrould employ f'tho floldlers"
and oust him forcibly. In Orango and
Caatrell.cpuatlee ho appointed two of his
'brothers aud fourteen of hla cousin as
magistrates. Every ono of theao is an
arrant rebel, who denounces President
Grant as the etupldoAt ats and most con
sumety blockhead developed by the un
pleasantness. When the Chapel Hill
railroad was chartered ho appointed his
non director, although his thoughts,
habits aud pursuits wholly disqualified
him for tho position. When tho direc
tors met at Chapol Hill, out of live, the
Goveruer hud two of his family in the
board a Hon and brother. When Gian
villo road was chartered, tho Governor
mado hU brother a director. A worthier
Attorney General resigned his office after
dlitgracini; it, and tho Governor rejoiced
because it made a vacancy to which his
son-Ill law could bo appointed.
And so It goes. From tho Preside tt
down tho radical ofllclals net us If their
chief duty consisted in providing for
thclrrelativoduudleuvlugnll the balance
of mankind out In tho cheerless cold.
A lovely set, ain't tlioy?
AN ILLINOIS INVENTOR REEORE
M. Sprlngor, Esq., of Kprlngfleld,
and well known to every frequenter of
tho capital city, has invented a machlue
, whereby the vote of a legislative body
may be taken in two seconds, or even
less time. TJie machlno Is to set upon
the clerk's desk. Wires extend from It,
under the floor, and up through tho desk
of each member On the desk are two
'buttons. When a vote is taken luo mem
ber touches "eye" button or "Hay" but
tdo, according to Inclination, and an
' electric current Is immediately complet
ed that record tho vote in the machlue.
Springer Is in Kuropo, and It is stated
by the papers that the Emperor Napole
on examined the machine, aud was so
well pleaded with it that ho requested au
intorview with tho inventor, lit. Spring
er was at IJaden-IJaden, in Germany,
when ho received the message, and lui
mediately repaired to Paris. The Em
peror received him In hU prlvato call
net, aud held .with hi in au interview of
half au hour, at tho concluhlon of which
he determined to test tho efilcleucy of
the invention In the balls of tho national
Mr. Springer Is already wealthy, but
nothing loth to add a few more shekels
to tho pllo in his locker, intends to pat
nt bis voto-rvcorder aud peddlo it
among tho Europeau crown-heads, and
Stat autborttlei ef this country. If his
expectations are realized, be will soon
settle down In Springfield, a substantial
Ballilonare aud a respectable democratic
GROWINO SELF-RELIAN1 r
Thar aBM to be no limit to Ameri
cas Ingenuity. Icolsuow manufactur
ed under the.Morehlag nun of our south
rn climes, and tho briny waters of tbo
eeau are aside aa freeu and pure as any
that yn gushed forth from the bill
Idea of Minnesota.
Hitherto the large cities of tho south
looked to the fat northern regions for
their supply of ice. Many thousand tons
aanuallr fouud their way to New
Orleans via of the Mississippi river, tho
cutters and packers at lake Pepin and
along the Illinois Titer fairly coining
iaoney from tho trade. But now New
Orleans freezes her own Ice, at a price
that at once puts au eud to the Importa
tion of the article frozen in tho natural
" A joint stock company in that city
has entered upon the manufacture of ice,
aad'hafesucceeded boyond their expeo
tatious. The factory is described aa fol
lows by one of the New Orleans! papers :
It consists of sir retorts of a chem
ical free-sine mixture. From these six
retort bIx pipes descend to six huge
'chests, which chests in turn radiate
severally oft into four compartments.
Irf each compartment are long, thin tin
cases, seven on ono side and eight on
tho other. This making by all tho rules
of arlthmetlo a total of fifty-six cases in
a box; aud thoro bolng four bojsea to a
chest, and six cheats to a factory, it fol
lows that at full blast this southern ice
factory can turn oui i,u cages 01 iw.
.ii.innii liinlicu Inner, lu'nlvn lirdiul 1111(1
two"thlclr, at tho completion of each
.o 'IMia Inn in irtimh nnillpr tllttll
that frozen naturally, and lasts much
longer. Tho property Is a Joint stock en
terprise, that Is exceedingly luoratlvo."
Partnn tries to prove, iu tho Atlantio
x CMonthlv' that Congress 1m not as corrupt
V aa is generally supposed. No body of
Munais was ever mora In need of defend
ers, and no such body ever fouud a moro
miscellaneous ' para graphs
In view of coming trouble In Europe,
it is rumorod that an alliance has been
formed between France. Austria and
It is reported that tho Hultan of Turkey
is making arrangements to securo civil
and religious rights to tho Christians in
Firo is still raglnxr in tho woods
through out Washington Territory,
causing Isnmonso damage. .
Severi'eoluBons of a paper published at
LynehWirf, Virginia, are filled 'with ,aU
vertUementa offering real estato for safe.
Tho first vessel of the Pacific codflahtng
fleet returned to San Francisco bn the
21st and reports tho flh acaroe. '
Some one says of a certan congrega
tion, that t,bey ray on tbfeW'ktces' o'n
Sundays aad on their neighbors the rest
of the week., i
Mr. Thornton tho British Minister, la
quite a lion In Northeastern Maesacbu-
Belts. His odd looking English coach
Was taken by tho natives for a hearse.
Admiral Charles Stewart familiarly
known as "Old Ironsides," was 01 yoara
of ago on Wednesday, having been born
iu Philadelphia on July, 28 1778.
The amount of money in tho vaults of
the Treasury at tho preroeut tlmo is
sixty-nluo millions in coin aud twenty
foer and one-half millions In currency.
Nearly $25,000 baa been stolen from
tho firo proof safe at tbo United States
Arscual near Gray's, Ferry, within a few
days past. The detectives are invcstiga
Mug the theft.
Hamill's now boat, which he is going
to ue iu his match with Coulter, is of
paper, ten Inch deep, thirty-two feet long,
and weight thirty pounds.
Au old gentleman ofscveuty, living in
an island town of Massachusetts, who
had been deaf for many years, awoke
the other morning with bis bearing
In New York a free Intelligence- office
has been opened by the Department of
Public Charities and Correction No
charge is made to the employer or the
Tho owners of property on the piers at
Albany, N. Y., damaged by tbo floods
last winter, have auedsfcke city. Their
claims aggregate 13M and If not
settled wUl be tried ia JVevembcr.
A party headed byprof. F. V. Hayden
Is how making a geological survey of the
Territories of Colorado and New Mexico,
for which purposo an appropriation of
$10,000 was made during the last session
Three Itallau boys, strolling music
ians, iu Now Haven, Conn., got luto a
fight with a party of "city" boys, and
ono of them, becoming enraged at the
smashing of bis violin, stubbed tho first
boy he got hold of with a small Jack-
Favorablo reports are received from
the Japanese colon In California.
Tho tea and nuts which wero plantod
are up and growing fitjey, end next year
rico will bo cultivated.. Tho colonUU
consider their eucoees aa already secured
and earnestly entreat their friends iu
Japan to Join thorn. ,
Saturday night a firo broko out In the
book and stationary store of E. C. East
man A Co., New Haven, aad rapidly
spread to several adjoining wooden
buildings totally destroying five stores..
A bootmaker employed by George H.
Batchelder, uamed Tatrick Mara, was
burned to death.
The project for au international ex
position to be held in Woabiugton meets
with great favor among large manufac
turers and heavy capitalist throughout
the country. The idea baa reached a
state of advancement sufficiently favor
able to Justify a meeting of the principal
organizers, which will be held this week
to take preliminary steps.
The commissioner of Agriculture has
received Information from South Caro-
Ina of the appearance of the
dreadful aud destructive cotton cater-
illlar amoug the cropaan the Bea isiauas,
but tho luBecte have aei yet appeared In
vrv inrirA - Ii'wae honed that
tho hot aud weather of May uud
June would IWsYp prevented ita appear-
auoo altogether;' v
m m m
A Centralia divine, instructing his
bearers last Sunday a week ago, about
the wouders of nature, gravely Informed
them that "in all probability" uu couple
of the sun would take place on tho 7th
day of August.
"In all probability" aud ho a mlulstor
of the gospel who should known some
thing of tho aohlovbments of scleuou!
Since tho eel Ipso did take place, we sup
pose tho reverend geutleiuau felicitates
himnelf ou tboshrowduesa jif'hU guet.
That such men are eont to fill the pulpits
of southern Illinois in an lusult to the
If a written request for a repetition of
tbo ontertainmeut were circulated
in Ceutralla, webave no doubt
this gentleman would sign it, iu
good rouud earnestness.
13 Tenth. troot, Thornton's Biuildin.
i i , TTiTTirr- .t-m a , ,.,-niri,i. , - ' ' ' 1 "'!"
WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST
Tho Now York 'Pay Pook,' an Irrocon
cllablo organ Of the inveterate type,
says: 'it Is said that Grant wopt when
he heard that his trdttlupmaro was dead.
But tbo unnatural wrttch was never
known to shed a tear when be was
slaughtering fifty or sixty thousand of
his men, by hurling them before the su.
perlor generalship of Lee, At the death
of a horse or a puppy ho Can webp.' but
he never had a single fcsir to shod over
cither the men ho slaughtered, or tho
widows ho made. Weill God marked
him correotly, for his faoo looks llko Just
such an unnatural wretch.
A lady in Now Bedford having several
timea recently appeared In church'ncatr
Jy dressed in calico, tbo 'Standard,'
printed in that place, says it would bo
entirely safo to lend money to tbo hus
band of such a woman. It so happens,
howovor, that the fortunato husband of
a woman llko that Is never reduced to
tho humiliating necessity of wanting to
Some of our exchanges aro hard on
tbo democratic party or California, bo
cnuso It plants itself inexorably against
Chinese Importations. But is it not best
to let California be tbo Judgo of what it
want? It knows all about tho Chinese,
and tho people of tho Atlantic States
know nothing about thotn,
The Cairo 'Bulletin,' ono of tho most
irrepressible copperhead organs In tho
stato, parades a procession of "roosters''
through iU columns to signify It Joy
over tho election of Seutcr lnTennetseo.
Per contra, tho Chlcaco 'Tribune' ro
Jolcos over tbo same result. Springfield
Which is an evidence1 of returning
reason on tho part of tho Chicago 'Tri
bune.' A KKW W0.1DKH.A REVOLUTION 1ST
Tho Jersey City 'Times bos a descrip
tion of a machine, now in operation in
this city, wblcb. His claimed. Is de
stined u work a revolution in ono de
partment of mechanical Industry,
aaaaely, a steam engine, which with one
quarter of tbo wclitht. and occunvlutr
one quarter the space required for an
ordinary ten horso eugiue, will give tho
same power, with 25 per cont. less fuel.
This little machine set at deflanco all
preconceived notion on the subject. Ita
mouve power ia an contained wllhlu
the eireunforence of a broad, stout
wneei, aoout tureo icei in ammeter, re
voting upon a hollow shaft, whioh re
ceives the steam and delivers it alter
natcly into two opposite reciprocal
cylinders, and fixed between the center
and periphery. Tho power, therofore,
instead of being at the coutre, presents
the singular anomaly of being at tho
circumference Or, In other words, the
true centre of power is at the periphery
of the wheel. Tousoa familiar simile,
tho wheel is llko tho band ordrum of a
squirrel cage, in which two squlrrols
wero consentaneously, ono in the usual
position, the other in tho opposite, but
with head down, and with a motion sim
ilar to that of a lly walking on the cell
lug both, of course, In continually re
versing positions aa the wheel turns. It
is an application of the stmplo principle
by which, as any one can see. a a-rind-
tone may easily be turned by placing
me nana upon iu surrace, while only
with conslderablo muscular exortioa a
man'a hand grasplug the abaft can pro
duco the same motion. .
Prof. Andrew Jenkins, sometime
called the Canadian Blondin, a tightrope-performer
of celebrity, about the
20th of August intends to eeeay .amoet
perilous feat, nothing less than 'crosaiag
tne rearm i cnaam or Niagara river below
the falls, by means of a vcloelpede ridden
ever a tight rope. The place of crowing
will be iu a short distance' of the old sus
pension bridge, where the length of the
spanning cable will be about one thou
aand feet. The vehicle used by tho dar
ing veloclpedo-funambuilst is of peculiar
construction. The wheels are grooved,
and it Is propelled by the bands, a bal
ance polo being carried ou the feet. By
this means Prof. Jenkins can surmount
a considerable grade. Nothing of the
art hmu tvvr tumu ttuotf IA public,
and tbe novelty and danger of the feat
will doubtless attract a great crowd to
witness tbe trial.
A BBHIHUH ACCIDENT.
(From the Mound City Journal, 7Ui.
A lamentable accideut occurred at Vil
la Rldgo on Wednesday morning. Mr.
Joseph Essex, who resides about half a
mile from tbo village, was driving in
town with a spirited team attached to
a wagon without a box. On the wagon
bed hojbad a number of barrels, besides
himself and three or four boys. When
crossing a ditch near Fombelle'a store,
the barrels fell off In front, uuder tbo
hnreaV heels, and Mr. E sx, who was
driving, fell with them. 'This accident
Beared tho horses and -tlioy started on . a
run Mr: Essex was not much injured
hut hla boy, about seven years old, fell
across the front axletreo, aud tho wagon
striking a stump soou after, his leg was
terribly mashed. Ho died of ha injuries
Thursday evening. Two of tbo other
boys on the wagou were considerably in
jured and one of them la not expected to
Eil ward Payson W.e9toDi tho world re
nowned pedestrian, will walk 60 miles
in the unprecedented time of 10 hours,
for a purse of 850, at the city driving
park, NIIee,on Tuesday, Aug. 17th. IJM.
Between 1 oi,2 p. m., be will walkoae
hair mile backward. Adptesloa W
cenU.-NUse (Mich.) 'Deaaoerat.'
Sociul Culture Among BoynT
It is the great trouble among' bays when
tlioy get old enough t get out Into company,
tliattfiojr don't, know how to bchavo wjica
they get there. So they ilt'aheop'ishl j around
In any handy cornor tlioy can find, and wish
they wero in thoir shirt sleeves, out "in tho
roowinllot," or "In. tho shop," .or; anywhere
olio than In that "pciky parlor.'
There it nothing to rub oft this, rust but con
tact with society. The only way to fool at
home in tho parlor is to be familiar with it.
Here mothers aro greatly at fault.. The "best
room" ts kept shut; and darkened and the
intruder who strayed into It would be quickly
warned out. Children who are aecustamod
to little gatherings at homo or at a neighbor's.
In holiday and birthday times, seldom feci
this painful difference lt.it natural for youth
t lovo such gatherings, and thoy are n very
esMmtlal part of their education,-
But if a young man finds 'himself in this
uncomforULlo-filIgIity-aa-jnut do tho best ho
can to romody tho neglect of his early social
culture Ho must muster cournpo and plunge
iito the best society ho can gain access to. If
he is uniformly pollto and obliging, without
anyjtroublciomoofllciousncss,ho will very seen
bo a favorite. After that all will bo smooth
sailing. lie should not think It too much
trouble, after a day's work, to take a thorough
bath aud change his working clothes, and then
walkover to a neighbor's for an hour's social
chat. This sociability would tend to produce
good fooling in neighborhoods, and would ele
vate and improve all parties. Add to this an
hour's reading every day of some proutablo
book, and you will at tho year's end havo at
tained a much hlphor culture than your
neighbor, who spends his evenings lounging
on the counter of the vlllugo store, or slug
gishly sitting dowii to dozo oeforo tho fire.
The EdticntloHHl Requisite, far the
The education required for the people 'Is
that which will glvo them tho full command
ol every laculty, boln of mlna and of body;
which will call Into tdav tbolr oowcr of ob
servation and reflection; which will mako
thinking and reasonable beings of tho more
creature or impuuo, prejudice, and passion;
that which in a moral tenso will L'ivo them
blects of pursuit and habits o' conduct favor
ablo to their own happiness, and to that of
thu community of which thoy will form a
part; which, by multlnlylng( the means, of
iuuuui uuu iiuciieciuBi enjojmoni, win jui
n.lnlsh tho temptations of vico and sensuality ;
which, In tho social rotations of lif, aad as
connected with object of legislation, will
taich them the identity f tho Individual with
tho general interest: that which, in tho phys
ical sciences, especially thso of chemistry
and mechanics, will mako-theru masters of
the secrets of nature and glvo thorn power
which oven now tend to clcvato tho modems
to a hit-her rnnk than that of tho dcml-irods of
antiquity.- AU this, and rriore. aaould bo cm-
uraccu in mis scneino oi education which
would bo worthy of statesmen or of a great
naticn to rccoivc; and tho tlmo Is ncur.'M
hand when tho attainment of an object thus
comprehensive in IU character, ana leading
to faults practical bonqfiu of widen. It U ioi
DOislblo fi'jr oven tho Imagination to exagger
ate, will not bo considered a Uptopian scheme.
Wonder of IfkileMtpliy.
Tho polypus receives new. life frm tho
knlfo uplifted to destroy' ft. The fly-sptdir
lays an egg as largo as itself. There aru,40tl
muscle in a caterpillar. Hook discovered
14,000 mirrors in tho eyes of a drono; and to
otTect the respiration of a carp 13,300 arteries,
TeMclj,.Tins, bonesofc, aro aacdssary. Tha
body of every.-sniilcr. contains four llttlo
masses pierced with a multitudg of Impercep
tible holes, permitting tlio passage of a single
thread: all the threads, to tho amount of 1000
to each mass, join togcthor, when they como
out, and make tho single thread with which
the spider. spins lUjpcb; so that whatjWC call
a spider's thread "consists of moro tb'an 1000
united. Lowccheck, y moans eT microscopes,
obsorved spiders no bigger than a grain of
sand, who spun threads so flao that it took
4000 of them to equal in magnitudo a single
Whist a Good tfewwiiuper May Ho.
Bhow us an intoiiigont 'family of boys and
girls, und wo will show you a family whoro
newspapers and periodicals are plenty. No
body who has been without private tutors can
knuw .their educating, powers for good or
evil. ITave you cvor thought of tho innumer
able topics of discussion which hoy suggest
at tho breakfast table ; 'tho Important publio
measure with which, thus early, our children
become acquainted?" groat phllanlliwio
questions of tho day to whlob unconsciously
thoir attcntidaJs.awakoned. and. the genotal
spirit oflntclllgonco, which is 9Voked by these
milat vititorir Anvtlilnir that" makes homo
pleasant, cheorful aud chatty, thins tho haunts
of vice, and tho thousand ami ono avenues of
temptation, suouia oorwuniy no rogarueu,
when wo consider its inflnenco on tho ydnds
of tbe yoi'ing. as? a rgreat moral and foeIal
light.' ' ' ' 'EMWtSOS.
John. JM. 'Gregory, LL.D., ltegeayof tho
Illinois Stato Industrial Unlvorsityj now
in Europe, ei'fllnint'to rorkingi of. their
Induitrkl schoelu Hewill shortly return'.
' , m' '.
Dr. . F." Johnson, H. L. Ball aud Prof.
11. II. Harris aro candidates beforo tho Ba
lino Dcmocratio Convention for tho oillco of
County Suporintondont of Schools.
W'liukialo and retail dealer In
PURE CllYSTAI ICE,
Corner Klyhth Street and Ohio Levee.
Ice delivered to all parti of tho cltyAIl orders from
sbrusd promptly rilled. 8pllttocpl
pURE ORYSTAIi LAKE ICE.
CiEO. T. CUJUIG.
aa Okio Lereo, Cairo, nilaoto, Ujwod:tofuraisl
oltlwM or (tMabO'li wttk e bore paro article of
leoastaelowomwkot prtoo,' OMsmo win bo ro-
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
Aro Yon u Slave
To the uio or Tobacco 1 Do you wish to quit the fit
ttivhsbllr Of course you dr. Thfn feet Hnrfon'
Tubacco Antidote, und you will not only bo cured of
the use of tobacco but you will not crave It again
Huch lo the experience of hundred. Many in Cairo
hare twed It and found It In nrery nay effectual. Get
box and try it. Ir you Urn at a distance, send fifty
cents to IlarcUy Dro'liers, Cairo.and thoy will oood
you a box by return mall.
To Me tho girl or boy who dots not Men TOLU. At
tho Drug Htire, on tho Lcree, you can gets nlof
street articlo Ui t doesn't .tick to the toeth. How i
yonr time during vacation. ,
KresMoltfM, VtalHtateH, Winca.
Vor rnedkal purposes only, at wholoialt and retail,
by llarclay llrolhere.
Thl j iicrr nud reliable nrtlrleli manufactured, ra
commended and for sale by Harclay Brothers. Used
forccmentingwnod. mother, glaaa, chinaware, etc.
And those who are older? young men and old men,
tho rich and poor i Ihoip trho haro black fiowiog locks;
the.e who aio rray ; nnd thow who, having lout their
hair Mid iue Ruining it again, nil u. Uarretl'a VogoU
ble Hair Ite.Moratit e. if yon havo not used It go at
once and get a bottle. ItarcIayV ia tho pUce, a ihell
store Is Inn gcn-ral headquartera for tne article In
Southern Illinois, Kentucky and Missouri.
Thedcmand for this article has so increased aa to
necefttltnt the purchase of another large supply. W
hare the true articlo as mado by tho notnl manufctu
rcrs, Marceron and Ilre.ann. I'or either Kind go to
For Salo-I I Killer.
Goto llarclays'and seta sheet of DutcherV Llght
nlng Kly I'apcr-the genulno article. Ono shoot will
kill ft quart of Kilo.
If you want the pure article, from the original pack
ages- received direct from tjunnyHlope vineyards, Los
Angelos county, Californlu, go to llirclaya They
have It. Angelica I'ort. '
Naratoga and lllite Mek Water.
As clenr and lively fl' when drank at th Springs
Tho virtue, of thrao waters have bno and are bctnf
tested to tho (rrcat bent-fit nnd satUr.tcllga.of rrsnyol
ourcttltsn. As dealt out at "ho eouuter of Barclay
Brothers, they ara always cool nnd refreshing, tiara
toita, tlfteen tickets for one dollar; seven tickets for
fifty cents, lllua Lick twenty glasses for one dollar.
Taints, oils, and tolora of all klndvt-chcsp for cash
Tho Flower of Flowers. This now and popular and
delightful hnadkerrhiefextract, manufactured bv the
colebraled Hummel, of Paris, is to be had at tbe Drug
store on tho Loree. In tho perfumery lluo it is the
"sine qua non" among the Upper-ten-dom. To bo je
cogalsod a a penon of ''elegant tailo" you must use
CHLOltlDRUMK, CAHnoMG ACID, CHLORIDE
Or HODA, mjLVKRIEKD COPPER, for sale cheap at
BarcUys'. Cleanse your premises. If you wantgood
health you must breathe pure air.
The purest ahd Ixst articles of extracts of LeinOa
nnJ Vanilla, for davoring lcecreim,Jellle, puddings,
Pure Cream of Tartar!
The Lest Knollsh Soda, Jamslci Olngcr, clean and
fresh. Pure Allspice, lilac): Pepper, Nutmegs, Cinaa
mm Hark. et-..ut Hirclay Brothers.
Illiickbcrry M ine uud Cordial.
Of eilrA ntlAhlV. Vav 1. Mm hmn iim n nlt...tl
cle. Kor.ali) andgtm-anteed by llarrlny llrotbers.
rionon ttaier: nay kuiiimxi Uuiost.va forlhetoll.
etanil the hath Consult your comfort during lb Is hot
Weather filltl lift Ihi.n rrrfiiln., .hUI... I.Ik.
Drug store on tho I.cveeyoiicaniivtwhatyouwanUn
Just thn soap for bnthing. It does
dangeroflnslntflta. It (louts ou the
water. At llarulnya,.
aurfavo of Ui
.Mum . imuii. hj udiu inutivt. r rviwu anu cnA
gllih preparations forhe teeth. aad tooth itowder of
superior qualliof our own nake Call an take yout
cholco at I'arelsys'.
,nn.. . I . . ... ,. ,
Toolh' hrusliea,r shoe brushes, paintbrushes, and
bruabea of all kinds, at Barclay.'
Kh aider Ilracoi.
nAtcIUrclay,you caa-ot the PIVOT ACTION
-TILLiXat AV. THORNTON,
Wbolosal and UetaU Doslor ia
Is u m b e r, Ulnsrlaa
Codar Post, Dears, Nash, Blinds au Wis
Ofllce oh Teutk Ntreet,
Between Commercial and Washtntton Avenues,
Rock River. Paper Oumpatty's Sheathing Felt
11. W. John's Improved Roofleg:
Akbcatoa Uciueiif atvaya on hM4
iu huge or siuull quantities.
Priutod at th iiflico ol ihti Cv'ro Blillrtin.
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No. I'd Tentk Streei,
JtS TrMTMia'-poyou wont arenuwalof tho beau
mil hoad of hair iliat you once prided In I If so, go
lo Barclay a' and Uke your cholco of aeatoratiTeo
awrottV Kali's, Tibbott'a. Ring's, Ayer's, Cheraliart,
WoeaVs'.Jayao's.Mrs. WlruloiPs Bureka, aad o
oisSor yoe ssay waat, Uwludis tsto Jataeaaasi.