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, SATURDAYEY'ENlMr'AUaiJ'Sl1 14. 1S69.
JOHN K OBERLY & GO
AMONG YOUNGt MEN.
Thoro aro organizations Jn tho largo
cities .known as "Young Men's Christian
Associations." Chicago boasts of an
association that numbers several hun
dred members. Whatever may have
beep, the original object of Its formatloa.r
noonewlll dehy'that it Is now orfo of
tho most unhesitating aud fanatical
political societies extant. It oven Insult
the Almighty by offeriug prayers for tho
confusion and overthrow of tho demo
cratic party. Hut this association, like
others of a kindred naturo In tho New
England states, is tumbling to pieces of
lb) own inato rotlcnhem. It sold itself
to radicalism some years ago, and in
doing so lost tho countenance of night
thinking men and the last vestige of the
divine favor under which it pretended to
It Is quite a common thing now.a
days to 'jieo prominent mombcr of
"Young Men's Christian Associations"
advertised as swindlers and scoundrels.
One in Pawtuckot, Rhode Island, bus left
tho country with $20,000 of tho people's
money. Two cases occurred in New
York; ono that of the notorious Ballard,
who made freo with 503,000 bolouglng to
an insurance company, and tho other
that of a bank cashier who used $100,000
of bonds not his own, and escaped.
These three consu'mointo villians were
tho most noisy and zealous mcmboni
in tho flocks to which thoy belonged.
They were not only greatly shocked at
the sin of tho world, and prayed unceas
ingly for the redemption of tho world;
but were especially hard on democrats.
Of all unwashed und hopeless sinners
tho democrats wero tho worst. They
told pio Lord exactly how to deal with'
Uieunc'lrcutniized "rebels," and how to
manage political attains generally In a
manner that would be satisfactory to
the radical party. Whilo on their bend
ed kaeea offering such sacrilege in the
4yea of tho Lord, or shouting amen to
th pious ejaculations of some zealous
brother, their pookels -were probably
distended with stolen greenbacks;
A SURE WD DODOE.
One of the dodges of those engaged in
pushing spurious money is to put out a
blind In preparation for future operations.
The makers leave some apparent defect
that may bo easily removed. Tho defect
being thoroughly advertised, become a
point of reference, and when teen the
bill Js of course refused. But a now is
sue is at once put upon tho market with
the particular defect remedied, and on
reference, If found all right, the note is
taken as genuine. Thus, In the caso of
the appearance of the counterfeit $10
greenbacks uow on the market, tho pub
lic were notified of the imperfect dots
opposlto the flgur "10'' on each end of
the note, and tho want of a period after
tho letjor "IS" In Spinner's name. Thcso
have been corrected, as they could really
be, by-making the required dots with a
pen., j Tha notes now offered are perfect
in these respects, and tho defects now
supplied having been niauo a test orgen
ulnefceee. no doubt ma
JOHNSON AND 1IUTLER.
Major General Benjemen F. Butler Is
manouverisg for Henry Wilson's place
inthe United States Senate. He Is paying
oeeial attentldn to tho make-up of the
l.t.l.li.u ailian U?n orll Ma Ur.
ess la flghiln'g hls way Into congress It
is not difficult to forejeo his triumph
over any and all opposition.
W should like to see Ben Butler la
the Beaate. He aud Andy Johnsoa
will make thins Interesting. Both of
this being of the Irrepressible type, and
there aot being between them any of
that fellow feeling that makes us won
drousklnd, wo Bhall expect to see them
wade into each other rough shod. It
will be a meeting of Greek and Greok,
aud the tug of war that will follow will
hA irrand aud peculiar. Each confident
In his own strength, will go in brashly,
to crush and couquer. Tho few stamps
wo mav have to venture on tho Issue,
will bo laid on Andy.
A nnrna nf engineers passed through
Hot Springs on thoJJd Inst., t,o Fulton. the
southern'terralnus or the uairo ana ui
ton road, in tho omploy of the contra
tors of that thoroughfare. This looks
Rn bivh tha .Little Rook Liberal.' Tho
nroarre'sa of affairs on the Arkansas por
tion of thlB road is to us as a sealed book.
Wo ndlthor road nor hear anything about
it. Thft Daoers along tho route nre sin
triilatlv reticent, For mouths the only
Intimation wo havo had that anything
La bolnc done that looks to tho com
f work. Is found in the
above vairuo and rather unsatisfactory
paragraph. If you know anything, Mr.
i.ihAi-!'' in tuiB ueuau, mo vo h.
We are all eagerness to hoar from you,
A nremiuin ot $20 is offered for the
handsomest baby, to be on exhibition at
thA Franklin county Fair next month.
The notice is so short thnt It Is believed
great many iaUi M "
compote for the prize, will not bo quite
ladles who would like to
A citizon of Philadelphia who used a
weak soliitloa of carbolic acid as a wash
to neutralize the offensive ''odor arising
from a cancer, discovered that tho lat
ter was ontirely removed by the applica
tion. Tho solution consisted of one
fourth of an ounce of acid diluted in a
quart of water.
A singular surgical operation was per
formed in Baltimore "Friday last. Sr. A.
T. Hherlzer, in the presence of Drs.
Mitchell and' Simons, removed a leaden
ball, weighing 300 grains, from tho rlghtj
Jaw of Alonzo Von Kirk, which he states,
he received ob the 18th of NoTemberj
1848, while serving as a soldlerln Mexi
co. He slates that tho presence ef the
ball never gave him any trouble. '
Delirium .tremens is generally supposed
to be confined almost exclusively to ex
cessive consumers of rplrlts. Cases are
not wanting, however, to show thai
light' wines and tobacco, when used im
moderately, will occasion the disease. In
St. Louis, Michael Wigand, aged thirty
three, died of apoplexy, after suffering
from the usual symptoms of delirium tre
mens, and alo is supposed to have been
the direct cause of his death.
A correspondent of 'Zlon's Herald'
thinks that Bishop Simpson, of tho Meth
odist Episcopal Church, is wearing out
by overwork. The Job of taking care of
Grant's morals proves too much for him.
Frederick Douglas, Jun., of Rochester,
was married in Cambridge, Massachu
setts, a few days since, to Mies Virginia
L. M. Hewlett, of that place. The cards
were printed on saoked glass.
Win. II. Seward an a .School-
A Georgia paper reproduces on ancient ad
vertisement of Union Academy, Putnam
County, Georglfl,r-ovcr which Win. H. Se
vrard prctlded ai rector fume fifty yean ago,
" ni a reminiscence likely to Intcrcit many
of our older Inhabitants, some of whom vrcrc
itudonts in tho Acadeniv under hit admints-
The advertisement, which first appeared in
the Gconia Journal, of 3Iilledcroville, In
1819, leti isrth the advantages of a private
iVcadcmy lately established-" not far from
Garner' ferry," and "adapted-to tho accom
modation of 80 to Iftiaci'oUri, jatwoaehooli.''
The interestingpolnt of tho SMtoaRcctucnt,
however, Ii the statsrotnt that: "TkJ rector,
Mr. Wm. II. Seward, It late from Union Col
lege, New York, from which institution ho
comet highly recommended at a young gen
tleman of good moral character and dlstin
gulthed induitry and literary acquirement!,"
The enumeration of Mr. Seward' duties
seem to hare suffered ot tho printer' handi.
We givo what wo find. "He will teach,' 10
tho advertisement run, "tho Latin and Greek
language, thcerc'.ically, (c) practical 3Inth
einatlci, Logic, Rhetoric, Natural and Moral
ridloiopby, Chemistry, Geography, kagllsh
Grammar, and luch other brnnchct at nro us
ually taught in Northern Colleges. '
In view of Mr. Seward subsequent career,
it would bo Intercstini: te know how far hts
lauo a test orgen- xolllicAl couna hai been lafusnccd by his ex
terially aid (heir I perienco at Union Academy, ,'in tho neigh-
bornooa of .Major Wm. Aiez&Mcr, Jir. wm.
Walker, anu uoi. wm. Auams, inrumain
A costly school building will be shortly
built at Grand Tower, Jackson county.
The Popo County Tcachor' Instltuto will
bo held at Golconda, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, August 30th, 31st, and Sep
tember 1st. Wo regret that friend Stayer haa
called tho institute at this time. It will pre-
vent hi attendance at Mattoon.
Tho following gontlemen aro candidate for
the office of County Superintendent of Schools
for Marlon county, subject to tho decision of
ttio democratic primary election: J. w.
Manahati, S. P. Tufts, Goo. F. O'Mclvony
and W. H. Warner. 8ubject to tho decision
of tho republican convention wa And tho
names of Hugh Moore, James y. rrimmer
and L. Rowland.
Examination of opplicanUTor cortlficateJi
In Union county, wilUbo publlcj and hold a
follows: Awiu. oepieajtor -iiUi uuu m.
Douglas, 15th and 10th: 'Jouetboroj 17th and
'9l iff 1
A citizen of Irrlairtoafa small town
.near Centralla. offers to bet ono thousand
dollars that the Southern Illinois Normal
School will bo located in his town. He
Is tho reputed owuer of tho agricultural
collego'there, and says ho knows exactly
what he is talklug about. All we havo
to sav about this matter is this: That
tho confidence exhibited by this man
'will have the effect of casting a shadow
upon the Integrity of the commissioners
Trvingtod is not the proper place for tuo
Normal, and it will greatly exasperate
the lower seotiou of .Egypt If it is loca
Tho Marble City hotel, the only first:
class hotel lu Cape Girardeau, was closed
for want af patron.
up ThU BpJftk( bJMlly for th-0idCap,,
UimbW Htrite VreiU-h IiiHlUrttti
y,a YQyot this, body, nt its session of last
year, a meeting of two -weeks! will be Held in
tliawNormal 'Ujiivoky,CBglanlng AugHst:
0th, 1869. As usual, tho mombers of tho
Korinal Faculty will bo prosent during tho
ontirp session. JEvQry,painj, will U taken: to
msko this session of tho Institnto tho most in
teresting and profitable in its nnnali.
It Is proposed to dovoto a cer'tnfa pofttdrf
of each day to general discussions, and for tho
remainder of tho time, to divide tho Institute
Into sections corresponding to the principal
rades in a well graded school. In each sco
,tlon subjects will bo discussed of practical im
portance to the particular grade of teachers
composing it. Tho promise of attendance
and holn is excollont.
Tho Instltuto will present, an excollent op
portunity for securing situations as teachers,
as well as for securing teacher for vacant
situations. Last year a large number of
tcacbrs and school officer were mutually ac
commodated in this way.
Dr. Batcman's examination for .State Certi
ficates will bo held on Tuesday and Wednes
day, tho 10th and 11th of August, it is hoped
and expected that thcro will bo a largo num
ber of candidates, r.'
There, will bo no chargo for tuition. 1
Prcf'lrnt State Teaclicr'n Imtltut-.
Normal, 111 , July I9th, 1K0. " "
The next term of, the State Normal , Univer
sity will commenco on Monday, tho Cth of
.Southern IllluolM TcacherHf Iuntl-
The toachoti and friend tf education of
Southern Illinois arc invited to meet in a gen
eral institute for mutual improvement and
conference in Southern Illinois College, Car.
bondale, Monday, August Oth, 1809. Tho in
stitute will continuo two weeks, closing Fri
day, August 20. Tho exercise-will consist of
rovlc ws, drills, modes of teaching, discussions,
etinys, lectures, and everything that will fit
tho teacher for Tils arduous and rcsponitblo
Tuition will be free, and board from three
to four dollar per week. Distinguished and
expcjjknccd.teachcr aro expected to bo-pro-.
cnt. Wo hopo to sco a largo attendenco of
the teachers, school officers and friend of ed
ucation of Southern Illinois.
Bhall not this, our first general institute,
bo mado a success, as all our conventions havo
been so far? Coma prepared to work and to
gather frtra each other all'that YrMbenoIf as,
and work m ''workmen that need not to bo
mad ashamed." Clark Dradkk,
For tlie letclirrn' rlw, Southern Illinois.
We aro informed that a movement will
shortly bo started by a few teacher in the
orthcrn part of our State, to provent the
next meeting of tho Stato Association from
being held at Cairo. Wo are unablo to ac
count for tho hostility of a few of our north-
crn schoolmasters to our city nnd especially
to "Egypt." Thers can bo no doubt but tho
association will be held in this city. Tho ma.
rity in favor of it coming to Cairo at Fooria,
wai greater than ertr given to any other
place sinco the organization of the association.
The Illinois Central Ballroad will return all
those in attendance ,frce. Cairo will provide
for the free entertainment of all ladies. The
member of the executive committco aro mea
of good sense, and will carry out to the letter,
the desire of tho assodatloa as expressed to
unanimously at Feeria.
A violent personal controversy Is go
ng on between the two democratic pa
pers published la Cape Girardeau, the
Democracy' and the 'Argus.' Mean
while the radicals look on and chuckle.
Fie I flei gentlemen. The enemiee of
good goveramentare all about you, Turn
your batteries upon theai. A persistence
In your present efforts to prove eacu
ther "dirty dogs" and "scoundrels"
may. finally, oe crownea wun success,
and then tho good people or tho cape
will drop both of you. Call to mind,
'How beautiful It Is for brethren to uweii
together In unity.'
MIm AC. K. JUrMlJ0' milttU Itmm-Uooa
seriously affected, aud it has boeu neces
sary to keep her uuder restraint, one is
now much better, but is not yet allowed
to resume her pen aseemlugly neodloss
precaution, for nothing she could write
while crazy could bo worse man ner sane
TWO CHRISTIAN MEM AGITATED
The Qulncy 'Herald' of the llth says:
The followers of tho prlzo ring will he
pleased to know that tho innocent di
versions moment to ineir pmicsoiuu ie
not altogether eschewed iu the moral
towuship of Pre-emption, On Saturday
evening last, David Sowers, of the
Methodist Church, aud Wm. Gooduear,
deacon of the United Bretuern, had a
few words about a hill of cucumber
rooted up by a hog belonging to Sowers,
whereat they stripped to the vest, shot
nut with their rlshts and lefts, and maul
ed aud pummeled each other until their
best friends ecaroely know them. At
last accounts neither of them could aee
mil. m.nA thm hn bUSlaeSS In dlSDUte
was unsettled. They both belong to .the
nartv at roat moral ideas," and are
mnnv tka ranat reanotable fmeN Of
'the neighborhood. Gooduear carried off
the belt by a few odds. Another 'mill"
u not itBBrohable. ob which oceaeion we
will have a speelal reporter oa the
From Itin Journal of Education.
Pcstalozzl TrTaugurttfed a nev? eraTn educa
tion, and straightway Gormany stood in tho.
front rank of Eurtpe' irttellcctdal 'phalanx?
But now ideas aro apt to be carried too far
8ndjSomotlBWWcaflid .oursqlves jtndlng
upon a brink from which it is dificult to re
turn. What I good for tho child is not al
ways good for tho man. If a child, in learn
ing, proceeds from tho' whole to tho parti, tho
opposite is true, to a certain extent, a reason
matured. Give tho naturalist a tingle fos
sllcd bono, und Immediately ho will produco
Alittlo tmatUring of tho sciences may do
education cnou(fii for some, but our scholars
mut and will to able re analyze a hyperbola
or abscissa, to fcad Plato or Euripides in the'
pure Attio accent. Thcro aro too many ma
chino colleges in tho country, which will
graduate n young man in tho tpaco.of three
or six months. Homo youne men spend four
ychti lii-a flnt-clMi college, graduate, and
aro no wiser than when thoy entered. Such
thing ought not to he. Hut bullion rules at
tho expense of bruin, and therois no rodrcs
so lone us tho intellect is considered tncond to
tbo "Almighty dollar.1'
Agricultural college, It seems to mc, fail
in their desired aim. Tho courso pursued at
tbeso institutions may be too procticnl, or ii
may bo too theoretical. Certain it is that tho
intellectual fanners, as a class, consider tho
tuition at homo preferable to thut of tho ngri-
Lxultural college. Wo havo not vet advanced
so far as to havo locomotlvojcollegcs, weaving
colleges, or carpenter collegci. If I wish to
become a machinist, l go into mo macnino
shop. If I wish to become n weaver, I go
into a factory.. If I .wish to bpcomo a. car
penter, I go into thi carpenter' shop. If I
desire to become a farmer, I go upon tho
-farm. If I havo been rightly informed, los
than ten per cent, of tho student of tho Agri
cultural College in Michigan, follow farming,
and a vast majority never contemplated .pur
suing it us a profession Tho" fairib may bo
tald of other like colleges. This being to, the
agricultural collcgo is a misnomer, and a
mere calculus without any real object or end.
Young men, eager to engage In business, rush
to that collcgo which will nominally cducato
them in tho shortest possiblo time, and at tho
least possiblo expense. Thus tho agricultural
college bat auumcd, pcrhapj uncoascloulyt
to bo a"n 'educator, whilo It'll only nn' agricul
tural trainer. Ths samo reaoning wlllapply
to mercantile collegci.
Wo must bo integrally educated, not frac
tionally. Sclcnco and oxperienco havo de
monstrated that tho vegetable, and, animal
combined make tho most wholesomo diet. A
Scientific education is one-sided; to i a class
ical. We-firmly belli: vo that those' colleges,
which nro allowing tho iclencc to crewd out
,tho clasilci, will, when it 1 too late, in vain
trv to catch somo swect-flowinir strain from
Uio enchanting rhythm of tho Iliad, and in
wide-spreading boceh, wjicro orst was hoard
the shepherd's Into. Every chamker of the
mind must bo. educated, In ordar Uiai lV may
nirrurm tti novcr-cndiriicTUnctlons.
With all our prosperity and gca,tos as a
State, notlilngwlll cause u to inKcsucn rapiu
strides, onward nnu tnnvnru. a a nicncr cuu-
catlonMl utandnrd. It Is said that nothing, is
sooxpensivo as ignorance; nnd this statement
is verified bv report concerninir crimo In
other countrfoi as wull ain our own.
Legislators, why nut toko this matter Into
consideration? Compel every youth, by law,
from toven to fifteen year of age, to attend
school not let than six coiuccutivo month in
tho year, and make each city or town respon
sible for tho non-enforcement of tho law.
Then wo could soon say, no person shall vote
until ho can wrtto ni own namo, anu reaa
tho Constitution of the United States. Let
high school bo established in every town of
ono or two tueusanu innauuanis. ijqi iwo
or mora normal chools.'Of tho bisbcit'graue,
bo founded,, and mako it compulsory .for every.
grauuato to toacu six years, aiicmv, unma
prevented by sickness. ITet agricultural col
leges, etc.. bo established on a correct baik.
And. finally, lot us olevato the standard of
our already excellent University, io that it
mav rank abovo Harvard. Yale. or. Oxford.
Compel annual or tchirannual exhibitions of
'tiudenU, aud, if found dilsicnt, let .them bo
tent inio a towcrcioas. inus money tuum
not purchase a diploma.
With all our natural advantages, and a
maximum educational standard, Missouri
would liaviHo,unonviablo reputation abroad,
and hVr characteristic 'would "not" ho fruit,
flour, load, nor iron, but intHgncc.
PAt'inc aaiLHOAB cbuumim,
A dispatch from Baoramouto to the
San Fraucisoo'Bulletla'.saya that under
a chaiiKo of supcrlntondoncy on tbo
Union .raclfic rallrdad,ith(B 'dlTerenced
botwcon tho companies havo been ad
justed and a scale of prices agreed upon
for both freight aud panBOUgers. As an
earnest of what is iuUnded, wo are told
that tho through fare for emlgrauta will
bo placed nt fifty dollars from New lork
and thlrly-elghl dollars from Chloago;
i,n r',.nrr.r,itn fruit will be taken to
New York ot iji-oconts per pound In cur-
reiioy, or at even j lower rates ii iui
leaves no margin for profit. Tha low.
rates or passaRo 1 will greatly stimulate
overland travel and immigration to tho
Pacific aud greatly Increase the business
of tho railroad. At the rate to be
charged for fruit, which isles than used
to bo paid for wugou transportation to
Nevada and Idaho, If tho fruit oaa'De
delivered in good condition; a flue mar
ket can be mane for uaworma iron in
tho eastern cities. Grapes and pears can
certainly bo laid' down, n't either Chicago
or New York, in perfect condition. Tho
only question will bo, how much can be
spared from tho homo market nnd tho
Tho Louisville 'Express' says: "Mrs.
Spllluiuu.-who lives Jn CJuofnnati, ,haa
wilttcm, a letter to Mayor Buqce, inform
ing that worthy functionary that her
husband, Thomas Bplllman, who is a
cripple, belong8to tho Grand Army of
the Republic, and plays a band organ on
tho streets for a livelihood, left her one
week ago, without a cent, but with a
male infant to tako care of. Sho thinks
Thomas came to Louisville, and if found
here, she wants him forwarded to her
address by tho first boat. If Mr. Splll
atau is an able bodied female, and If
Thomas la a member of tbe Grand Army
of the Republic, playa a hand ergaa for
support, aad a cripple at that, we advise
her te let Thomas go; she would probably
get tdoag bettor without hlta."
Arc I'oii u rlavc
J? 't'lli'? o.?,,:c',, Vo yu lah to quit the M
thThabltl Of eourso you dn. Then cet nurton'
Tfibocco Antldolo, ana you will not onlyTis cured of
th ujo oftobacco but you will not, craro It again.
Such jatlm experlenooorhundred. Many in Cairo
haToUMd lUndfoundltlnevMy way effectual. Get ,
a box and try It. Ii youllTaatadlitanco, send nftr
mU iiBt.rcUjr "ro'K". Cairo, and they will send
you a hot by return mall.
To aee thealrl orlwy who doo not liknTOLU,
if Suiro. on ihn Ttttvpf . vnu pano.itii.i
your tlmo during rncitlon.
BrtiadlcA, WkLaklcw, WlncM.
hjSnLU&SSSn n'r' at wtMl""a,lut't retail,
This new and reliable artlelelt manuracturod, re
commended and for aale by Barclay Brothers. Used
lurcrmennngwooq.ioamer. 1am, chlnawara. etc.
And those who are older; younjr men and old men;
the rich and poor l thixo who have black flow lof lotki;
thoio who aro jjray ; and those who, hating lout their
halrand jwojainin it again, all nae Iiarrptt'a Vcneia-'
Mellalr Resiorallfc. tf yon liaro not uacd it go af
once and set a bottle. Ilarclaya'.l the place, as their
flora Ii tho Btmrnl hmulquarters fortna article la
PouUiern Illinois, Krntiiftky and Mlisottrl.
, French Blacking.
Thedomand for this Irllclo haa no Increased aa to
neccasitato tho purcliaf o of another largo supply. We
hare the true article) mado by the noted munubclu
Tf raMarccron and lircsson. Tor either kind bo to
For SaIc-FIj- Killer.
Goto IlMrclaya' and seta sheet of Dutchcr'a Light
nlng Kly Papor the genuine article. One sheet will
kill a quart of File.
If you wanttlie nure artlcli. from Ihn nrfffftiftt n.irL'.
ageii, recelred direct from Snnnyf lope vineyards, Lcr
;An;lo,cpunty,,ailifornM,co t' lLirelaya; The
Saratoga aud Jtluu Lick Water.
Aiclaarandlirelraewkrn drank at tho Springs.
Tho Tlrtura of thoao waters hate been nnd nre boini
tested to the great Ixinettt and satisfaction of many of
oar eilluvf As iteMt out at tho counter of llarclay
iiruuirra.inoT ar aiwaya cooinna rcirntainn. 'nara
toga, fifteen tickets for ono dollar; serea ticketa for
fifty cent. Hue Lick twenty glasses for one dollar
Taints, oils, and colors of all kinds
cheap for taili
The Flower of Plover. Thl. hew and tiontilir and
del iglitful haodkerrhief extract, manufacturrd br the
celebrated Hnmmel, of Tans, Ii to be had at the Drue
aMreoatheLeree. In the perfumery lino it U Use
"Ine qa non" among the Upper-ten-lom. To be re
eognlte.1 at a person of "elegant tajte" you must, use
CHfRIDHMMR, GAKBOLIO ACID, CHIORIDE
Or HOD A, PUIiVERlZCO COPI'Elt, for sals cheap aJ
Barclaya'. Cleanse your premises. If you want good
health you must btyathopnw air.
J Thn purest and beat articlea of extracts of Lemon
and Vaullla, for (Jaroring loo cream, Jellies, puddings,
etc. To b had atUarc lays'.
raro, Crcaw or Tartar.
The best English 8U, Jamalcj (linger, clean and
fresh. Pure Allspice, mack Pepper, Nutmegs, Clnni
moti Hark, etc,, at llarclay llroifiers.
Blackberry Wine Had Cordial.
Of extra quality Now la thn limn to use a puro aril
cle. For sale and guaranteed by Itarrilny llrother.
.Florida Water; IUyItmnandColorr.es for tlmtoil
eland tha Uilli. Consult yourcomfort ilunug thla hot
weather and iie these refreshing article. At the
Drug atoro on tho I.ereo toucan sjeiwhat you want in
Just thn aoan for bathine. It does not sink. 'No
danger of losing it n Ittloat on tho aurfaco of the
I IUiin's tooth uowder and r ute. French and En
glish preparations for the teeth, and toath owder of
superior quality of our own mako, Coll and take your
choice at llarclays'. ' .' - ,
Tooth brashes, shoo I
bruahea of all kinds, at Darclay
At Barclaya' you caaTetl
ILL1AX W. THORNTON,
Wholeaale aad Retail Dealer ii
Xsumtoer, 'M Xa 1 so. m 1 as
Cedar ! , Doora, Saali, U 11 aula aiusl Wlsv
OMoe on Tenth Street,
.Between Comnierclal and WashluKto Avenues,
Rock Rivtr Paper Company' t ShtatMtig Felt
aUAKTZ C KM KMT.
II. W. Johu's Iutprovcd Roolag
v In large or small quantities.
jglLL HEADS, 11 ,
Printed al tbe oflice ol tha Cairo lUilletin.
rjIHE CAIRO EVENING BULLKTI'
OsMoe, lJo. 13 TeHth HirU
tiib uKina in ORAY HAIKI AT
33 fkurWM-Va you want a renewal of tho beau-
nr i hit von onco prided iu? If ao.
to Barclaya' an. tako your rnoice or aeetoratlrea
Barratft; Hall's, TibbeU'.. lliug's, Ayer'a, Chewaller'a.
Woods'. JayaeV, Mrs. finslowji . Eurek. aad as
itMcyoaauyxaat, Including the JatasMtuJ.