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Tho Nteesalty For Tblr Improvement.
Tho commercial convention to beheld
in the city of Dubuque on the 7th of, Sep
tember next, Is one In the proceedings of
which the men of influence in tho Mis
sissippi Valley, should actively partici
pate. It is through such means we must
arreit the atteatkB,of, Congress and com
pel a recognition of our wants.
, Prominent among the matters that will
be canvassed by the convention is the
great need of government aid In improv
ing the navigable water courses of tho
Mississippi Valley. Contemplate" the
facta eat forth bolow, and there will be
occasion for surprlso that a movement of
such, vital conscqueuce has now for tho
drat time taken shape.
New York is our principal seaport, and
ruling market. The interior productive
regions of the ailasiiMlppi Valley are con
nectouvwlln It by two routes. One by
railroad, tho lakes and Erlo canal;. the
other by the Mississippi river and the
latter, but for a few natural obstruc
tlons, which It is In the power of the gov
ernment to remove at a comparatively
smau expense, woum be iucomparably
the cheapest routo. It is tho high price
or transportation mat bunions production
and enhances cost to the consumer.
Tho ordinary rates of transportation
on a bushel or wheat from St. Paul to
New York, via Chicago, for several suc
cessive year, have been as follows:
Freight from fit. Pyl to Chicago...
Transfer at Chlcnxo.......
Freight io DuB.lo.....ZJZr!.
Trauafer at IIuftl(.
Freight Irom Uuraloto.New Vork.
.... - 10
With the Improvement completed,
which are in contemplation at tho upper
and lowor rapids of tho Mississippi, and
upon the river abovo tho rapids, all of
i. which may be accomplished by the closo
of the next year, at a total cost of $4,000,.
000, wheat may be carried from St. Paul
to New York, by the river and sea, as
low as twenty-fire cents per bushel, tho
effect of whloh reduction would be to al
most immediately double the productive
wealth of the Northwestern States.
When tuoh grand and beniflctnt results
can be attained at so trifling a cost.it
beoomes criminal for the government to
longer neglect the improvement of the
Improvements of equal importance
are called for in the Ohio and lowor Mis
sissippi rivers tho removal of obstruc
tions from the mouth of the latter
stroam, and from tho falls of tho for
mer. In his address to tho peoplo General
Vaudever truly says that It will not do
for the penny wise and pound foolish
philosophers of trade, who have grown
rich at tho bxpehso of tho West, to cry
out economy, economy! When the great
rebellion was exhausting tho resources
of the country, these sticklers for econ
omy sanctioned tho appropriation of ono
hundred aud twenty-four million acres
of the public domain and sixty millions
of government bonds to build Pacific
railroads, tho wholo forming an aggre
gate appropriation of three hundred and
seventy millions of dollars for railways
aeross the continent upon which nothing
but gold and silver, costly fabrics and
luxuries could bear tho cost of transpor
tation I Now tho sum asked by the peo
ple of the Mississippi Valley for tho im
provement of the grand natural arteries
of trade, upon the waters of whloh may
float one-half of the commerce of the
nation, U simply paltry and Insignificant
when compared with the hundreds, of
millions that hare been given by the
government to enrich thePaelflc railroad
and other corporations.
The Mississippi river and tributaries
affbrd an inland navigation of mere than
thirteen thousand miles. Tho region
drained by its waters is of unsurpassed
fertility and productiveness, constltut
iur &11 thin eta considered, the happiest
and most desirable abode for man . that
can be found on the surface of tho earth.
flPhla great river, upon whlek thorp cn
be no exclusive rights, must forever re
main free, aud Its carrying capacity will
fertaU time exceed that of all the rail
roads that can be built. In no country
have rallroada been able to do all the
work offered to them, much less oan they
expect to long control any considerable
nnrtlon of tho heavy trade of the Mis
sissippi Valley. In the future, wbatover
subsidies of land or money Congress may
i. .viniiiff to errant for works of internal
. mar. muni, lm lw'itoweu for tho
imyruv 1 . i ,
imDrovement or. me nvjguuu
niL.i.fltnni river aud its tributaries
Tirinn the convention to moot on tho
7th will devolve tho duty of maturing
such measures as will arrest tho attention
Pnnirregs to our commercial needs,
aud secure for us such an appropriation
as will effect the ends at wmou wo aim
Atunueloftbe Marietta (Ohio) rail
mid la out undor a well of excellent wa
ter. The well is as good as ovor, and not
a drop leaks through, although crowded
trains pass dlroctiy unaer u
: No. 13
GEORGE H. PJUfDLETON, TJIE
NEXT GOVERNOR OFOino.
Gen. Itosocrans having been constrain
edby circumstances over which he bad
no control to deolino tho honor of loading
tho domocracy In tho coming guberna
tonal contest, the Stato central com
Batttee havB nominated In his stead, tho
ravortto son or tbo West the lion. Geo
H. PensUeton. Tho nomination waa an
aulmous) and thenconlo ftrtP.nnt 1 1, with an
outbtjstof enthusiasm, from the lakes io
ttie qtydtfver. , ,
uco. u. Pendleton is a patriot aad
statesman', and, ranks among' the moat
eminent or living men. Bfcould he; live
he will be the next Governor- 'at 'in
u.- JM!,L .1 1 I T
. ,- r ,0, tor
WALE AND AfOXJMMM ' '
Tho 8th representative dlstrol, , com
posed of the counties of Monroe, ,Kan-i
dolphand Pehy, In tho cominir fall
election, will be called upon to send two
delegates to tho 'constitutional conven
tion, called by tho legislature last win
ter. Tho people of tho district have al
ready designated their men made
choice or Hon. Wm. R. Morrison, of
jionroo county, and Geo. W. Wall, of
Terry county. In this selection tho,
uowoonoy i mo ttii district did most
wisely. Wall and Morrison aro not only
genuemon or acknowledged ability, and
unimpeachable democracy, bt they aro
sure of success. They are widely known,
personally popular, and bare the energy
to make a gallant canvas 'should the
aspect of the affairs call for Xt.
So far, the candidates brc(jtit out by
tho democracy of Ejrvnt. are men of ti,n
(lightest talent, offectlvo orators and
sound democrats. In their verv nam.
there is a strength that will be felt in th
election. Whom shall wo add to that
number from tho evor democratic First?
Tho walklst, Weston, has lust closed a
walk In Davonport, Iowa, that doesn't
add much to his reputation. He adver
tised his purpose to walk fifty miles with
in ten and a half hours: but when nut
upon tho trial he consumed eleven hours
and live minutes, exclusive of rests!
'ibis kind of walking was bcatim in
Cairo, twelve years ago, by a woman !
no nas made an agreement with cer-
tain parties la Davenport Urwalk fifty
miles thirty, Isaae. witha)Nlve hours
each. He k to maLr JW every time
be walks the distance within that time."
and du extra when he accomn ishea
It within ten hours.
TIIKMLAVKBT OP CHIMKMK KEKALE.
One of the greatest falllucs in the
character of tuo Chinese, Is want of re
spect for women, and the main dofect in
their unique and wonderful civilization.
and Indeed, the chief hindrance to tholr
progress to a more enlightened lire, is
the wantof her influence In shaping and
controlling tho soutlmcnts and customs
of Chinese society. She has no social
position or lnfluenoe. Her condition is
but one step abovo that of a slave. She
is regarded, as sho Js in fact, as a tool for
man's pleasure or convenience, and as
really inferior to .hits' in all respects.
no is not cultivated, savour senso or tue
term. Her face is utterly blank of intel
ligence and rtaaeaseet. Very rarely,
iudeed, is that ebaate and delicate feel
ing, and tender and thoughtful senti
ment, which Is theorowlng glory of the
Christianised ' woman', especially .fci
America seen sleeping in nor features,
or flashing from her eyes, or sparkling
from her ilp?, but tho wholo contour and
expression of her faco la painfully stolid
and repulsive, aud has in' It more of tho
type of the animal than tho angel.
MISCELLANEO US PARA GRAPHS
Matters of large pubfto interest oou-i
The Canadian salmon fisheries have
never been known to Tie so productive as'
they have proved this year. j
A negro man in Atlanta, Georgia, baa
beon fined fifty' dollars, or six month's;
service Its. the .chain-gang, for Marrying)
a white woman.
Loving wife at Xong Branch s Vna.
horrid surf makes me keep my mouth
shut." Sarcastic husband: "Take some
of it homo with you."
Chicago has started a subscription
whloh already foots ty $20,000 for the
purposo of orjfaauinfaioaso uu uihu w
Josh BIllinM'alMthat. 'lf
Josh Blllluae isys that, 'if uian pro
poses to serr .lMXord, ho likes to see
him do It waWoVM- aMasurcs com, a
well as when "he hollers glory hallelu-
Onlyonemauin Florida returned an
incomo for 1S68 of over $10,000, and but
soven had over 4,wu. The total num
ber taxed is leas than two hundred.
The Palmer (Mass.) 'Journal saya that
for luck of male help the farmers' wives
'and daughters in that section are turned
out in numbers to mako bay. And thou
sands of able-bodlod men loafing in every
A few dava since a Dartv of ladles at
Stratford, Connecticut, essayed a ba.th at
the beach. While frollolng amid the
waters, a boat load of men came sailing
by, 'and one of the naiads, beooBsinK
frightened, made for the shore, throwing
her,, skirt up over bead like unto ine pur
Tenth Sttfeot. Thornton's
The raanualr labor aysten att Cornoll
University morks.m, Ona.atiidant
upportfl himself by cabinet making, an-
otuer Dy priBtiBg, anotner by photogra
phy, while others work on the farm. One
youag man who sweeps the rootea and
makes fires has taken the first' prize in
bcicdco ana uerman. n i. ,i
1 t A , it
a. juu(j uBuiBDi euierea a New onk
don drug store on the 2Stb, and asked for
iussengen wawn "The clerk Inquired
if it was for her mother, when the dam.
Tei replied: uive us spme ofyour flz
flz, young fellow, and none of your quiz
quiz." me young lenowcame down
with his Kissingen withsat father dely.
fcr rii v tft jr Ptr uc Umvcnox, l
y f . Smarm, Julio J J
An exammntlon for btafe Teacher'' Certi
ficates will bo held at tie State Normal Unl
Tcrslty, on Tucsdanamlcilncsdnv. tho 10th
and 11th of August neili jjroWcted pot less
than ten applications from teachers dejifirig
luchtoxaminatlon, and cnwalosr to be'nrtsent.
aro reccired at this ofBcc by tho 20th of July.
A . it ' i . . . J
"" uu requirou nttmoor oi apnilca-
tioiis arc received, tho fact Vfll b' dnly an
iounce3rtd all concerned, by letter or other
wise, from this office, to that all having time
ly notice insy govern themsolve accordingly.
Prompt action id wjueUcd, rs no examlna-
tion will be held unless at least, ten teachers
In tho Stato desire ii, and the'ro will not-bo
time to propare and print Uio -iuctJoni, etc.
unless tho holding cf the examination can bo
definitely determined upon by thetlmo desig
nated, (July SOtli.) , , t
Circulars giving full Information of the
manner of conducting tho examination, and of
the branches and toelcs embraced thcrehs, will
bo furnished, on application, to all wh pro
The annual scuion of the Illinois SUt
Tachrs' Institute, will asgln August 9th,
and continue two 'week,' so tha&reaadldale'
for Stato Certificate will all hate the oppor
tunity of attending tha mwtlngsand partici
pating in tho excrefcos of that body, whlchi
has already become an established State edu-
catlanal agency of the highest character, and.
of commanding Influence and power. It
expected that the coining seesioa of tW-Instl-tute
will be tha moil figorous, interesUn
add profitable i its history, and tho most
largely attended. Tha class to be xamlntd'i
far State Professional Diploma ought also to-'
b tha largest tbat Iim ctmt yet conVtasd, Id
for,! teaeberaorthe Stati to dttermlno
hw this shall be. ' ' '
SuperlBUnileut of Putlle lutirucllon.
the IlHrdeis f Memory,
Anplcton's 'Journal' contains in IU first
number a calculation, by Uerthelat, tho emi
nent French organic chemist, of the number
of eoaibluatlons which may be made of acids
with certain alcohols. Ho snys, If you give
each compound, thus possiblo, a nnflie, and
allow aline for each name, and then print 100
lines on a pace, and .uuko Yoluinc .of 1.000
pages, and place a million volumes'!: a libra
ry, you would want 14,000 libraries to com
plete, your catalogue.,
Tlio sclcnqe of cbenifslry Is perhaps the
most striking examplo of the rapid accumula
tion of facts so charucterlstlo of the present,
age.- Host af inveatigations in. evory field of
rumrch aro unearthing treasures or knowl
ige and adding them to tho accumulated'
scfintlflo wealth of the world. Tbs burdetag
which tho memory Is called upon te bear 1
already so heavy,that,lt could scarcaiybe passi
ble far any man, hawevor gifted by nature,' to.
carry1 with cortalaty, those portabnlag to aay
ne department of eetauee, even tkougb ats
entire life ware devoted, to it.
This fact explains tha iaorcaslac demaad.
for works of reference. Xsscycloptrtlias, haad
books, compilations af tableland various and.
multiplied helps to memory abound; 'paw
books of llko character aro constantly issued,
andithoso which already exist, nsod constant
revision, to keap pace with tho search of dis
covery. . .
It U qulto avuleat that only n small free
tiea of tno mass of facts caa over be stored tip
in any Individual, memory, the oUor&p , to
remember taam would occupy thrlcojbo
years allotetl to tho Ufa of mankind. If only
part caa be remombered, it become Impor
tant to. knew what ought' to be retneajbercd,
and what mmX bo left to the works of rofcr-i
pies are Wo can then, easily rumetnbor
principles, ana nuiuuuo ui gvuuri prin
ciples is thokoy to research in books for facts
wuo not Know; ii is anu mu iiiuaiu wucro
by wo can te4t tbo truth or falsity of tho
statements contained In such warks. It
would bo strange indeed that errors should
not creep into any oxtonded work of refer
ence ; nay, It Is strange that so fow errors nro
commlttod. Dut if a fact be, erroneously
stated, the error will almost surely bo discov
ered by considering It with roferenco to the
principles which uudorlio It. Wo should
thorefore first soak to remotnboi- principles,
and after' them, Just as many facts a? wo can,
But to every individual thuro ls,a. choice In
the facta which nro to bo remembered. Thoso
which are of tho Jriosf, frequent application In
his business or profession, urotlioone ho will
bo most likely iti'oh6MO to rotridmbe'r, 'urd
with good reason.'Tho life-long studont (tbarc
aro a fow such still to bo found) will chooso
such facts as ho must frequently refer to In
his studies. Hut facts to ho most easily re
membered, requlro thorough and careful
To classify properly is however a task of
sklH skill only acquired by a propor appre
ciation of tho truo end of all classification,
namely, oonvonicht roferenco. A business
man classlfles his notes, receipts, letters, etc.,
and places each kind of document in its prop
r pigeon bote; but this classification might
be 'carried so far as to utterly defeat the pur
pose t is designed to subserve.. The pigeon
holes might be so multiplied tbat a letter, or
note, or receipt vould be pSeked mt of a stagkt
bundle sooner than a atteakr lf sin kele
could bo found among thq entlro number. Of
cdurso this Is supposing 'a 'very extreme case,
but It illustrates the point we wish to make.
A great many people have too many pigeon
holes in their momorics; mora have too raw;
oad s'fcw, these wae isoem largely gifted by
nature In power of memory, bavo neither too
many nor too few ; but ne alnglo man has
room In his memory for everything. All
must, moro or less, "havo receurso to their
A poor Tccours?, U jas many cwesj Down
comes a hugo volume, the tltlo of which in
broad lottcrs on itafback, show that the fugi
tive fact wo areafter, by or ought to bo with
in its COVOrs. Wo turn In thn hank- nrt tn
find tho lntlox, but we don't aee It. Perhaps
It is at the' beciflntnt. We hcrm.ullv turn
ovar Uie leavaa of tka bonk.tr Inil It. thur.
and'discover nothing but a rricager table "of
co.uenw. w inrow aown tno wok in innn-
Ito disgust; If wo havo got to hunt two hours
lor mm ioct, unless It be or great importance,
we conclude to do without It. We rellove
our feelings by heaping anathemas upon tho
author, who mallciiusly thought to force us
to read his entire work, before we should havo
our fact. We look for another boak.- Ah.
how different I A copious and careful) v com-
pueu inuex Dy iu neip we nncartu ono lact,
In less tl'mo than e occupied In searching
for an index In the former one. Good I We
dust it carefully and placo it close to hand,
and put the othar away amone the 'rubbish.
As action is tha soul of eloquence, so an index
is inesoui or a booK or reference, and wo ad
mire both largo souled men. and largo seuled
books. f- - '
Books of roferenco are a necessity of tho
age. In fact all books on scientific or tech
nical subjects, nro books of refcrenco and aro
more or lesv used as such,. according to their
worth. , Authors should not lose sight of this
fact. ' It Is not enough thlVthe subject should
be ably handled, it should be so arranged that
any passage mny b found with tho greatest
facility, when this last and csscntlalrequts
Ito Is added to mcriJ In othor respects, It is a
well-tempered, . woll-sharponcd professional
tool, which, If lost, or destroyed, is certain to
bo replaced, to tho profit both of tho one who
manufactured, and him who uses It.
Hew antf W lien to Teach Science.
If sc! intiflc tralnlair U to yield its moot om
inent rcvilts, it must Lo madu practical. That
Is to say, In oxplanlng to'a child thoroaoral
phenomena of nature, you must, as far as pos
sible, giro reality to your teachings by okject
lessons; in teaching him 'botany, ne saust
handle the plants and dissect tho flowers for
himself:' in tcachlnsr bint nhvslcs and chemis
try, you must not bo solicitous to fill him I
Willi information, but you must bo careful
that what he learns Lo knows of his own
knowledge;. JDonlt bo satisfied with tailing
blmthat a magnet'aitraeta Iron TJbt'bfea'seo
that t'4ca;Ilm feot. ntftUlt e tne one
upon tbo Oliver for -himself. And especially
toll him that it iilils duty to doubt until bo,Is
compelled, by tho absolute authority cA na
ture, to bullerothat which is written in books.
Pursaa this discipline carefully and conscien
tiously, and you, may ,uokpuro.that however
scanty muy be'tho measure of inforraatlbn
which you IiavopeureuMn'to the boy 'a aolnd,
you havo created an Intellectual habit of
prlcelcst tAluo In practical life.
One is constantly asked, When should this
seitntisc education bo commenced ? I should
say with the dawn of Intelligence. A child
seeks for Information about matters of physl-
leal sclenco as soon as it begins to talk. The
It.wuuUih an pbJect-leMoa of
ono sort or anol
ther; and as soon as It Is fit
for systematic instruction of any kind, it is fit
lor a modicum or science. ucslbt.
' ' t 4' j. i t
"Tlmothy'Tiiconfib"' Dellarid, wh found
nothing In particular to commend In tho Art
Galleries at Itomo, except a poor- picture, of
tbo lato lamented Lincoln has given the world
another sample cf bis artistic, taste, In a sav
age denunciation of Raphael's " Transfigure
tton'und T6meriicfruo'" 'Coaffmnalen iuf St.
Joremo," wh)ei) lose jdisrlmiBatbg people
have bcea in tho habit of classing among the
greatest works of the kind in the world. Tho
"Transfiguration" he thinks "a masterly
piece of patch-work, uu abominable Incongru
ity, a profanation, mms a painted lie;" while
in 1110 "fjommunion," tno piumy lege 01 too
cherubim afflict; bis saatbetic soul unspeakably.
Poor old MIcliael'Arigelo Mid cones in for a
little of Timothy'a atrabilious criticism, bis
"Last Judgment" in the SIstine Chapel be
ine set down as u rwildqrncss of sprawling,
naked tlgures.at presumptnoua as it is absurd,
lnoxprs.ibly stfiald audareary.'l 'A'JIfctifno
spent in tho study of specimens of tho sign
painter's arl In aU'naWve.viHage, baa evident
ly unfitted Timothy for thoenjoyniont ofsuch
common stuff as art-wprshipors ia yKwno go
Msyoyer. i,,.r-irn - .
The eprsroe(irag , ease continued to
guefudt eieeattou'in'ske kasulrfoftUe
ShorlfiMi will bo sold oa.ttie"27Ji Inst.
The YMy.-Mgolsts" where BHaka aat lu-diotktiij-kU
loyo epistles to ''Ajiandy,''
and Vnenee k evieked peMttilafbless.
lug on. 'tlkr harts aud.sftji.'j-irc to
bo sold to meet tkekmaHd' of "politlk
Justus." That's enough to make his
"arlsplaco breakout afresh. Probably
ho would now be willing like his Illustri
ous namesake to loave this "cheerlls'
wurld," aud go up in ai'oharyltof fler."
would bd vlth6ut ihyentloitand without rea-
son. 1 il' 1
, "Barrett's" Successful Hair .Restora
tive. NEW ADYERTISEMENTS.
BAVO TWKa, IIXIKSjiat.
aaiSaawlas t f . 4-")tU"' '
voi($wspanercomment. Tbe latest
upon eijkt.ferert)ertytsie al-
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or Tobdcco i Do jou wish lo quit loo fiJ
thy hablir or coune you do. Then cot Burton's
Tolco Antidote, and you will not onlybe cured Of
JiMj,ufr.lr,ob'ce5,butJr?'i will not crave It again.
.. 'he oaperlcnoe of hundrdi. Mny m Cairo
hate used It apd rouad It In ererr way eflaotiul. Get
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,'and tUor wilt send
To aee thealrl orbor who dor not HkaTOMi.
the Drue Hio
o Drue Htorp. on the Loree. you can eet ante
swert article thtt doesn't stick to tho tooth
yoummo clurlog Tuotlon
:ferml ten, "n hiMkleis li laeft.
Formedlcafpuraose snly, at wholosaleand retail,
Tils ocw and reliable article Is manufactured. re
commended and forwle by Barclay Brothers. Psed
fur cementing-wood, leather, glass. chlnaar. etc.
And thoso who arc older ; young men and old meo i
Uo rich and poor 1 thoie who hare black flowlag locks:
thoso who a 0 gray and those who, halna lot their
1 . r.fn.1 5" K'lIn,,M It again, all use Darretf' Vegeta
ble Ualr Restorative. If jroa have not ud it co ar
onco and get a Iwttlo. Barclays' It the place, as their
store is tho general headquarters for tna artlclo In
Southern Illinois. Kentucky and Mlnourl. . t
The demand for this article h s6 IncroaMd as to
necessitate the purchase of another largo supply. We
liare the true article as raido by tho noted raaoafoctU
rrs, tlarceron and Bresson. For either kind go t
ForNale-I Iy Killer.
Goto Buclaya'and set a sheet of Dnlchcr's Light
nlng Hy Papcr-the genulno article. One aboot Will
kill a quart of Flits.
If you wantthe pure article, from tho original pack
ages, received direct from Siteny Hlope Tinerards, LO
Angelos county. California, go- to nrclTs They
hire II. Ansel lea Port.
Saratoga and Blue Lick Water.
As clear and llrelr as when drnU at the Springs.
Tho Virtues of these watorahara been and are .beuis
tuted to tho great Iwncflt and satrifactlon Of many 01
our cltisrai. As dealt out at the coonter 'of Barctst
Brothers, they are always cool and refreshing, ears-
toga, fifteen t
tiRKeuror one dollar I seTea tickets rot
Blue Lick twenty glanes for one dollar
Paints, oils, and colors of all. kinds cheap for cub
The rieavr ftf Flower. Thin atw mad Donular
dellshtful handkerchief extract, aaaaufactured bv IfiS
celebratod Huramtl, of Paris, Is to be Itad at the Drug
More on tho Levee. In the txrfuroerv lino It I the
"sine qua non". among the Upper-tcn-dom. To bore
oogniseu n a jron oi -
'elegant lasts'' you most us
C1ILOH1 DK MM 6, CARBOLIC ACID, OULQRlDK
Or HOtlA, PULEKISBD COVPBR.forseJeeheeat
BmmI.Wb f-I.M.a mn. hmmI... t . .... ...........
health you asnst beeathe pure air.
The pnrett and beit articles of eitracts of Lemos
and Vanilla, forflaroring Ice crcaro,Jelllf, puddings,
tto. To be liad at Barclays'. ' "
Prare Cream r Tartar.
The bct Engtl-h BcU, Jamaica Olngcr, clean an1
freih. Pure Allspice, lilstek Penocr, Nulmegs, Clnas
mon Bark, eto at Barclay Brolhrn.
Blackberry Wine Had CerdlaL
Of extra aualltr. Now Is tho limn to nu . nnrnarti
clo. V or tut and guaranteed br Barclay llrothom.
1 lorhU Water t lUy Hum and Colonies forthetolJ.
etand thelwth. Conmiltyourcomfottduring this hot
weather and uc these refreshing articles. Atths
Drug store on the Loreo you van get what you want la
Just tho soap for bathing. It does not flak. K
danger f toning it arlt floats on tho- surAteeof-thS
water. Ai B.
Baiin's tooth powdera and posies.
French, and Ea
glltli ineparatloas fr ths tcoth. and tot!i nqadcr cf
choTclVttffaysV wpjftff WMiy yUf
Tooth' brashes, sho brushes, pathtbrusbos, aaS'
brushes of all kinds, at Barclays.'
you caa 'get the PIVOT ACTION
yjyiuaxx vr thornton,
Wholesale aad Retail Dealer la
X u. xxx x- Wblns;la
Coelar fosls, Doors, Nasb, BUsmIs asael WfaM
Oalce en Tenlk Street
gBetween CommttuuU aad Waihlngtor AreauM,
Rock RiptrPaptr Company's ShtiitKitig Flit
U. W. JekH's Improved
t iu largo or small quantities.
Prluled at thA oflice ol U10 CaTo Bulletla.
IJ1HE CAIRO EVKNINO BULLETI
X: 1 TeaUi Mirj,
m Aara aAT kaim at-
ayot waat ancwweJoC 1.
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