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pFFIOE: No. 13 Tehh Street, Thornton's Building.
WEDNESDAY EVENING; AUGUST 15. 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
THE ACCOMMODATING DA1LEY &
Tho following letter was addressed to
ouo of tbc moat pious and circumspect
'gaiiUebien of our city, who from youth
up, has been known in this region, aud
known only to be rcspeoted :
Orncr. or luutr A Co., I
New York, August 10, 1W9.
J)er Sir: Having learned from our
local ''listener" that you aro "good on
the above." and don't caro to "tako tho
chances;" aud seeing, your usmo on tho
Pennsylvania prison list, wo address you
with confidence as tho man wo want to
Wo have on hand about$2oO,000 In tho
best fifty cent stamps ever put in tho
market. Thoy canuot possibly bo do
teeted by tbo best experts. Wo would
like a personal interview. If you can
come on; then wo can explain the mat
ter to better advantage. Twenty dollars
per $100, $200 per $1,000, la tbo price, and
If you detdre to see a eamplo we will
send it for 2.3c. You can make a good
thing by the operation, as they will goat
par, and detection is out of the question,
If you know how to keep your mouth
shut. lie carefdl not to loso this or show
it to apy ouo, as you cannot keen the
matter too secret. You can easily get
rid of S100 n day.
Direct plainly to Dalley & Co,, 14S Ful
ton street, New York.
Thcgentlomau to whom this letter
(lithographed; was addressed, desiring
to see one of tbo fifty cent stamps that
the best experts could not detect, sent
forward the 25 cents. His object was to
, famlllarizo himself with the counterfeit
that he might protect himself and pos
sibly his neighbors from imposition and
loss. As weeks have passed aud no re
ply has been returned the conclusion is
Irresistible that tho wholo thing is sim
ply one of the mythical Dalley & Co.'s
dodges to gather lu genuine quarters
on a promise that he will return u bogus
hnlf for It. As thousands of honest men
have no doubt been actuated by tho mo
tives that governed the gentlemen In
question, it is easy enough to see how
1 Dalley A Co. make it pay. The scoun
Wo have all been behind the ago to
suppose that the dclectablo wlno kuown
as Veuve Cliquot Champagne is a luxury.
We aro ready to prove that iu the United
States a pair of 8. lb. blankets aro estim
ated 80 per cent more of a luxury than
tho celebrated champagne. A dozen
quart bottles of Veuve Cliquot Cbampag
no cost &I francs, or, lu our money, 910,
01, gold. The duty thereon is ?G, gold,
a dozen, ot GO per cent.
A pair of S-lb. common gray blankets
costs, In Kuglaml, 16 cents a lb., 'gold,
or $1,11. The duty thereon Is, S lbs. at 20
cent $1.C0, gold,
and 35 per cent ad xxilorem
on $1.44. 10, "
Hence wo see that tho duty is 140 per ct.
on blankets, and therefore 80 per cent
more than ou champagne.
Our tariff-makers have further cotnu
to'tho conclusion that a common woollen
underskirt, worn by the working classes,
is37 per cent moroof a lnxury than tho
delicious grapojulco known as champag
ne. Here are the facts: A dozen wool
len underskirts, weighing G lbs., cost, iu
England, $1.80, gold.
Duty thereon, G lbs., at 50 ccut?
per lb $3.00, gold
35 dot cent ocl valorem ou $4.80, 1.68, "
or Just.about 07 percent.
We need hardly state that blankets aro
not Imported now f and whilo Govern,
ment does not get cent of duty on them
the working mau has to pay $3.75 to $4,
currency, for a pair of common blankets,
which cost, iu England, $1.44, gold, or at
40 per cent premium, $2.01, currency.'
New York is noted for the shrewdness
of its police and scoundrels. The fol
lowing is a sample brick of their
"dodges." Several Uaya ago some sus
picious character addressed a confiden
tial Toto to a Wall street operator lutl
mating a willingness to part with $125,
000 bonds he had stoleu from Mr.
BeunehofT, of Pitthole, Pa., for $100,000
is greenbacks. Hq expressed a willing
ness to sacrifice $25,000 to put his meaus
In a more negotiable shape. The Wall
street operator thus addressed! fappened
to bo tho only one iu the city that would
not bite at such tempting baits. To tho
surprise of his nolghbors he informed
the polloo of tho offer he had received,
and, Inorderto capture the bond thief,
suggested that negotations bo closed.
Accordingly detectives were sent to
Hudson City, and were not long In flud-
ing tho individual from whom they
were to make the purchase. Ho passed
over the package containing tho $125,000
In bonds, aud received iu return a pacK
age containing $100,000 in counterfeit
greenbacks. The idle concluded, the
police arrested the bond thief; thoy had
the evidence-in their hands the $125,
000 in bonds. They returned to New
York, opened their package and found
itcontainod a counterfeit $1,000 bond
and about three pounds of blank paper!
Hence, as the transaction amouuted to
aothlug,more thau an exchaege of two
worthless pnokages, the prisoner wan re
leased with an admonition from tho
police, that ho "had better quit his d d
foolishness beforo ho get himself into
troublo!" Tho sharper retorted that ho
"was'ut afraid because he'd been there,"
and in this manner the very unsatisfac
tory transaction was terminated.
A JUMPING MATCH,
At Odin, on Sunday last, Samuel Har
ris and William Pay ton jumped one filn-
glo jump; bIx trials, for 575 a side. James
Hutchinson waschosen referee. Payton
toed tho mark and covered feet 2
inches. Harris then toed tbo mark and
covered 11 feet 3 inches. On tUoseooad
trial' Payton'a frlonds offered to bet a lit
tloou tholr protege. Payton cleared 11
feet 41 Inches to Harris's 11 feet J inchos.
On tho third trial Payton covered 11 feet
5 Inches to Harris's 11 feet 6 Inches. Bet
ting was now 2 to 1 ou Payton. On the
fourth trial bothBeemed slightly fatigued.
Payton covered 12 feet 1 inch, and Har
ris covered 12 feet. On the fifth trial Pay
ton covered 12 feet 2 inches to 12 feet 2)
inches by Harris. On the sixth trial
Payton covered 12 feet 4 inches. Harris
won the match by covering 12 feet 4 J
Inches. Considerable money changed
THE PA CIFIC RAILIiOA U.
The exhibit of tho Central Pacific road
for tho month of July is' very encour
aging. Tho total earnings Is given at
$570,000 an Increase of $21,000 over
earnings for June. It must bo remem
bered lu this connection that during tho
month tho charges on freight and pas
senger travel have been materially re
duced. On account of these gratifying
results the company does not feel called
upon to issue the full amount of Its first
mortgage bonds. The rate of iucome
will at the end of n year leave a hand
some net profit, oven after the contin
gency of Interest on bonds Is met. This
fettles the question of all securities con
nected with the road. Their stability is
doubly insured, and the responsibility
assumed by tho government is made a
succinct and profitable investment. .
Every day increases the probability of
the overthrowal of that ultra radical fac
tion which for so many yean dominated
over tho country ao tyrannically. The
State elections alone tatUaaAo It almost
invariably. The Immense gains in Con
necticut In April over November; the
utter routo of tho dcstructlonists in Vir
ginia, followed by a still moro signal vic
tory .u Tennessee; the increased Demo
cratic strength even In the legislature of
Kentucky, the troubles aud dissensions
of tho republicans In Maine and Massa
chusetts, and In other States, aud tho
division of the carpetbaggers Iu Missis
sippi, aro ominous of the coming future.
By universal consent, U rant's adminis
tration has beeu voted to be a stupendous
failure. It carao into power on a wave
of popularity only to go out on a still se
verer one, which will submerge It. The
Impression is general that tho party in
power" has become exceedingly corrupt.
Developments aro constantly being made
to that end. There Is a strong and rest
less deslro far a change. Tho friends
of the administration aro not united,
but, ou the contrary,- are greatly divided,
aud are playlngatcross purposes. These
aro all signs of a party which Is in rapid
decadence, and which is about to suffer
a tremendous popular rebuko.
Oil furniture that has been scratched
or marred may be restored to its original
beauty simply by rubblug boiled linseed
oil, used by painters, on the surface, with
a wad of woolen rags. Varnished furni
ture, dulled ,may be similarly restored
by tho uso of varnish composed of shel
lac dissolved in alcohol, ap'
plied iu a similar manner. Common
beeswax rubbed over furniture and heat
ed by the friction of a woolen wad brisk
ly used, is also an exoellentfurnituro pol
It is stated as one of the effects of the
construction of tho Sue. Canal that iu
tho adjacent dosertspwhere a drop of
rain was noyer known to fall, showers
are now notunfrequ,ejt aud heavy fogs
prevail. Thee ftfeoMIQ changes are at
tributed to the' 'lWmlWr of , trees planted
along the canal,- d the shrubbery in
tho villages whleKkaVq sprung up atev
ery station rt.pflfe' great watercourse.
Tho lesson is BoVlllkeMt its value to us.
If our people desire to avoid drouths or
excessive floods, and preserve a moist
and equal cl!mato,they must not strip the
country of its foliage. It is the interest
of fanners to plant trees. They beautify
the landscape, offer grateful shade, und
presorvo tho moisture of the atmosphere.
A correspondent states for some seven
years his chickens have boon kept free
from lico by strowing small branohos or
sprigs of cedar about tbo hennery. Pre
vious to tho uso of "this simple remedy,
they woro badly infested. No white
washing or other means havo beeu used
ro expel vormin. .
To remove old, hardened putty, dip a
small brush iu nltrlo or muriatio acid,
and with it annointomaint over the dry
putty adhering to broken glass or frames
01 winuows. Arwr an uour s inidrvsu
the putty will become quite soft aud east
Tho Detroit, 'Free Pj-eeai .wants modern
Improvements worked into school reading-books,
And offers the following as a
Bample of tho sort that would be up to
tho spirit of. the age:
"Tho horso Is on hlsnest. Heisallno
horse. Can ho mako his mile in two
minutes? Somo horses havo tho scratch
es. So do somo boys.
"Tho goose is on her roost, she Is a lino
quadruped, and baa a tender tenor voice.
Can tho goose fly far? No; neither the
gcoso nor the rhinoceros can fly far.
"Hero is a man. Ho is a fireman.
Ho belongs to No. 10. If you are a good
boy, you will bo somo day be an angel
liko that fireman. It is a dangerous
thing to bo a fireman. Tiioy some
timos got their heads broken,
"Hero Is the gas works. It is a high
building.- All our congressmen aro borfi
here. Do congressmen over stial? You
may bo suro that they do.
"Do you seo that small loy? He is ft
good boy, and supports his mother by
Helling newspapers. His father don't
havo to work any more now.
"Hero 1b the picture of a vounc widow.
See how sad sho looks. Her husband
could not pay her dry goods bill. And
so lie died. Do you think sho will get
another man? bhe will try hard.
"Hero is tho seaside. You see that
swell there drinking sprlug-water?
What is ho here for? Forhls health. Will
beget it! les; If his father's money
holds out nnd she don't get engaged
first to that fellow with the paste dia
mond. "Do you seo this colored man? See
how fast he runs! He is "running" for
an office. Ho was a poor mau once,
and worked for.hls clothes and victuals.
Now ho don't.
"This Is a picture of Horaco Greeley.
What Is ho doing? Ho is mailing straw
berry plants to his subscribers.''
During a discussion lately between a
prohibitionist and a license man, tho
former took tho ground that there was
nowhere in tho moral law anything to
be found tbat favored drinking. "O. ycs
there is," said the license man; "for we
reau of the miraolo at Cana, where the
Master turned water into wine. Isn't
that so?" "Well, yes," said the other,
reluctantly; "I guess you aro right; and,
by tho way, that is the ouly thing I've
got agin him."
At Richmond, on au evo of Sprlug,
it was tbo first I met her. Ah I She was
the nicest thing that ever stepped ct
cetera! How sweet her fairy hand to
hold! To delicately fetter a fair finger
with a ring of gold, which you kuow
what ct cetera I It's deuced hot to fall
in love and perhaps I'd better let her
alone: for a wife, you know, by Jo vol Is
'gad, you know, et cetera.
A Dutchman once metan Irishmau 011
a lonely highway. As thoy met, each
one smiieu, iniuKingne Knew mo otuor.
Pat, on seeing bis mistake, remaiked,
with a look, of disappointment: "Faith,
an' I thaught it was you, and you
thaugbt it was me, an' its nay thur of us."
Tho Dutchman replied: "Yaw das is
dhru; I am anuder man, aud you is uot
yourself; we pepoth somo other podles."
A celebrated nuack-doctor lu the city,
who boasts that no attends tho poor for
nothing, but manages to remunerate
himself by charging the more wealthy
fifty dollars for a prescription, asked a
woman who entered his office; "What
are your circumstances, my good
woman?" "Please, dootor," was the
reply, "I'm a widow, and I haven't got
any circumstances at al),Tm too poor."
A pious old gentlemen congratulated
an acquaintance upon recovery from re
cent sickness, and inquired who his phy
sician was. "Well," replied the conva
lescent, "Dr. Jones brought me through,
."No, no," said his friend, "God brought
you out of illness, not the doctor."
"Well, may be be did, but I am certain
the doctor will charge for it."
At Lynn, Maes., a school teaober asked
a little girl who was tho first man. She
answered that she did not know. The
question was put to the next, an Irish
child, who answered loudly: "Adam,
sir," with apparent satisfaction. "Law,"
aid the first scholar, "you ueen't feel so
proud about it; he wasn't au Irishman."
The Maelstrom of our childhood's ge
ographies Is a myth. A lato report on
the Norwegian fisheries says that it "is
so little thought of by the inhabitants
that they pais and repass it in their sail
vessels at certain times in the wlutersea
son; and far from drawing in whales and
other Oilutf time cow with I a II range,
it appears to bo 'a favorite resort of the
run or me country, aim mo nsiiermen
reap a rioh piscatorial harvest from its
bosom, me greatest raio oi uie uuo iu
winter does not exceed six miles an
To keep birds frun the strawberries,
raspberries, grapes, mo-, keep ouo or two
stuhed chicken hawks in tho patoh.
They can be changed from place to place,
and laid aside in winter. Tho sugges
tion is goed.
Is hereby glren that default hirlnc occurrdd In.Uje
perfoim-no4of the condition expreiaed Inn certain
mortgage or clued of trust executed by Jamea II Judson
to Samuel BtaaM Taylor aud Edwin Pantons. trustees
of the Cairo City .property, and dated March 7th, A.
I). 1KW, and recorded lathe recorder's offlco, In and
for Alexander county ,'ln the State of Illinois, In book
7'of iloodii, page 121, 40 , said mortgage or doodof
trust convoying lot numbered thlrty.x. (M), in
block numbered thirty-two, in the first addition to
the city of Cairo, In said county and State,
We tho undersigned aald trustees, will on Wednss
day, the 8th day ol September next, A. I). ISCO. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, under and by vir
tue of the power of sale contained in aald mortgage,
ell, at publlo auction, toihe highest bidder, for cash,
at the office bulldlnrof said trustees, corcer of Wash
ington Avenue and 18th street, lu said city of Cairo, In
Alexander coanty and State of Illinois, aald lot num
bered thirty-six (38), In block numbered thirty-two
(3i) in first addition to said oily of Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plat (hereof, with the appurten
ances, to satisfy the purposes aad conditio- of said
Trustee af the Cairo City Prop.
Dated, Cairo, lU.,AjiittM, 1S.
"IITANTED. Thoso desiring board, bv day or
T t ween, can do nccommoiinien ni Mrs. neuman s
corner of Hcvcnth afreet and Washington avenan.
boarl.iui lodging. .-, it, auiaim
FBU MALE. Superior wrapping pswr at tho
office of tho Kycoing'Hulletfn.' illf
la hereby gUentlial default having occurred In the
performance of the condition expressed In a certain
Mortgage or Deed of Trust ,.xe:ated by tfewton nice
to Hamuoiatants Taylor and Edwin Parsons, Trustees
of tho OalroVitv Property, datl March 1, 1W, and
recorded Ui thAltccorder'a office, In and for Alexan
der county, In the State of lillnebt, In Hook P of Deeds
pago S5, said Mortgage or Deed of Truat conveying
lots numbered six (6), aevtn (7), eight (), nine (), In
block numbered slxty-one In tho first addi
tion to the city of Cairo. In said countyyind Htate, wo
the undersigned, said Trustees, will
On Wednesday, the 6th lot September next, A. P.,
at lq o'clock of tho forenoon of tbat day, under and by
virtue of the power ol aalo contained tn aald Mortgage
aell, at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, for Cash,
at tho ofllco building of aald Trustees, corner of Wash
ington Avenuo and 18th street, In aald city of Cairo,
In Alexander county and b'tateof Illinois, said lota
numbered rive (4), six (), seven (7), eight (8) nine, (9),
in block numbered aixty-ono (61), In aald llrst addi
tion to raid City of Cairo, according to tho recorded
plat thereof, with the uppurtcnan"e!, to satisfy tho
purpose" and condition of said Mortgage.
H. HTAATH TAYLOR.
Trustee Cairo City Property.
Cairo, lit., August 18, UOriltd,
Is hereby given that default having occurred in the
performance of tho condition cxnrestcd inn certain
mortgage or deed of trust executed by John N. Pat
ton to bamuel Slants Taylor and Kdwin Parsons, trus
t?coftlioC'airo City Property, dated tho 15t!i day of
Marcn. a. ii. imm, nnu recomea in me ireoruera oi
lice, In and for Alexander county, In thoi-tatoof Illi
nois, in book h of I)eed. rage 70. Ac. said mortgage
or deed of trust, conveying lots numbered fifteen (15),
sixteen (to), nnu seventeen (W), in iuock uumoercu
eventy-nlno (70) In tho first addition to the city of
Cairo, in aald county and Htato, Wc, tho
undersigned said trustees, will on Wednesday, tho
Ith lnv of Beptembar next, A.D.I WO, nt 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of that ilny, under nnd by virtuo of tho
power of sale contained in raid mortgage, sell, at pub
lie auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the of
fice buildings of said trustee, corner of Washington,
avenue and lth street, In said city of Cairo, in Alex
ander county and State of Illinois, said lots numbered
fllteeu(U), sixteen (16) and seventeen (17), in block
numbered acTcnty-nlne(73), In said first addition to
saidcltyof Cairo, according to tho recorded plat
thereof, with the appurtenances, to satisfy the pur
poses and condition of said inortgago.
H. STAA18 TAYLOR,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, IIL, August 18, UCH. auts-dtd
TIHJ BEST and SUREST
T 17 XX -fa. O 3D
ENDER'S CHILL CURE
t'oaiftltia uu Quinine r Arsenic.
la nut L'npleaaaat to the Taate
Clillilrcu will take It without lirtlta
Moss. . ' 4 .
TUB PUBLIC A3D
!HA.M EMINENT PHYSICIAN
After n fair trial, pronounce it the best of all medi
cines yet known for the spoedy and certain -jure of
I'KYLK aad AGUE, or I'llILLS aad FEVER.
Chilli' and Fever are caused from a certain poison
existing in the atmosphere known as malaria. U re
duces the vitality of Uiobicxl. retardi the action of
the ditterent organs, and causes Uillinusness, Consti
pation, etc., and in this way prepares, the system for
any disease of n more serious nature which may fol
low. To avoid further trouble, and relieve yourself
of this disease, tako
DSDEIVti CJIIXL, CUML.
It iliiinlte the organs to perform their diflerent
functions, and acts as anantldoiA tnihn nnl.m. M,.I,
causes the Fever, and Ague, and thereby restores the
sjsirmio rumii anmone; ana a joouionio aucn as
EXUER'S STOMACH HITTERS,
Will give strength1' and ap
and appetite, will destroy that
i that clings ao tenaciously to any
g from this disenso. It ii highly
eenng oi weariness ii
one when recovering I
recommended for Ihe cure of Dyspepsia,
And for coughs, cold, bronchitis nnd consumption,
It Is not tole surpassed. Xi A TONIC 1IKVKKAOK
itis uaequallod, and Ii a auro preventive ngalnit
Chills and Favor if taken, regularly, j
DM. '. ST. KNDB1M,
For the Couslltudo-Hl Coavcudau.
We nro authorlred to announco tho Hon. William
J. Allen as a candidate for membership lathe Coaitl.
tutiona) Convention from ttio First Representative
District, composed of the counties of Union, Alsisn-i
demand Pulaski, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic part. sU. . .MUM
Mats at tfcs cs t tt ,(m ,u .
Arc You a Nlare .
?!?.' i' "iu? fi 70D!We I Jin wlf to quit Ihe fil
thy habit t Of cour.o you do. Then get Durtoo'a
Tobacco Antidote, and you will not onlylx) cured of
tho use of tobacco, but you will not crave If again.
Such Is the cxpcrleneo of hundred. Many in. Cairo
have used it and found It In every way effectual. Get
a box and ivy IU It youllveatadlstancc.send Jiffy
conta to IJarcUv HroUiers, Cairo, nnd they will tend
you a l)Qi by return mall.
To see Ihe girl or boy who does not like TOLV. At
the Drug Store, on tho Levee, you can get a nice
aweet articlo Hist doesn't stick to tho teeth. Now Is
your time during vacation.
Brandish, WhlnUlcM, WlncM.
For medical purposes only, at whotoaftle and retail,
by Harclay Jirothers.
Tilt, haw a n . I AIJ.L.I- . f .. I t . . ,
...... tLimir u m.iviu i. injinuiAuiurcu, re-
commended ond for aalo by Harclay llrothers. Used
for cementing wood, leather, glass, chlnaware, etc.
And those who nrc older i young men and-old mens
.uu iivuuuii fiur j muse who nave uiack nowtngiocKS)
those who are gray j and those who, having lost their
hair and are gaining it agam,ll use Uarrott's Vegeta
ble Hair ltestorntlve. if ynn havo not used It go at
once and get a bottle, llarclays'ls tho place, n their
storo Is th ocn-ral headquarters for tna article In
. tmuuiri ,,runin, IHIU 01,.IUUI,
Tho demand for this articlo has so Increased as to
neccs.ltato the purchase of anotharlargo supply. We
have tho true article as mado by tho noted manufactu
rers, Marcoron and Hreson. For cithir kind go to
For Hale-Fly Killer.
Goto Uarclays' nnd ret a sheet of Dutcher'a Light
ning Fly Paper the genuine nrtWe. Ono sheet will
kill a quart of Files.
If you want the pure article, from the original pack
ages, received direct from Sunny Slot vinejarda, Lo
Angelos county, California, go to Uarchys'. They
hsvelt. Angelica Port
Saratoga anil lllue Lick Water.
As clear nnd lively as when drank at the Springs,
The virtues of these waters have been and aro belnf
tcstod to tho great benefit and satisfaction of many of
our citizens. As dealt out nt Ihe counter of Ilarclay
llrothers, they am always cool and refreshing. Sara
toga, fifteen tickets for ono dollar; aster, tickets for
fifty cents. IUue Lick twenty glasses for one dollar.
' Wklte Lead.
Paints, oils, and colors of all kinds-cheap for cash
Tho Flower of Flowers. This new and popular and
delightful hsndkervhlerrxtraur, manufactured br the
celebrated Hummel, of Paris, la to be had at the Dreg
store on the L-vco. In the perfumery line It Is the
"sine qua non" among the Upper-tcn-dom. To be re
cognised as a person of "cUfant taste" you must use
C1U.OUIDK1.1MK. CAHDOMO ACID, CHLORIDE
Or SODA, PUI.VKItlZKD COPPEH, for aalocheap at
Uarclays'. Cteanso your premises. If you want good
health you most breathe pure air.
The purest nnd best articles of extracts of Lemon
and Vanilla, for flavoring Ice cream, Jellies, puddings,
cto. To be had at Hart-lay'.
Pure Cream of Tartar.
Thobvsl Kngllsh Soda, Jamaica Ginger, clean and
fresh. Pure Allspice, Hlaclc Pepper, Nutmegs, Clnna
mon Hark, etc., at lUrclay llrolhcrt.
Illackliei'rj Wine uiul Cordial.
Of extra quality. Now Is (he time to use n pureartl
cle. For sale and guaranteed by Harclay llrothers.
Florida Water i lUy Hum nnd Colognes for the toil
ct and the bath. Con.ult j ourcoinfort during this hot
weather and tire these refreshing articles. At the
Drug store on the Leeo you can in what you want in
Just the soap for bathing. It does not sink, ho
danger of losing it at It floats ou the. surface of tos
water. At Harvluys,.
Darin's tooth powders and p&sUs. French and Ea
glliliprepiraUomfor thetcxitli.aod toeth powder of
superior quality of our own make. Call and take your
cholco at llarcfa) a'.
Tooth brushes, shoo brushes, paintbrushes, and
brushea of all kinds, at Uarclays.'
At Uarclays' you can ct tke PIVOT ACT!
"YjiTILLTAM V. THORNTON, ,
Wholesale aud Ketall Dealer in
Xj -u. xxx 1o o x. . JsV 2x 1 xx 1
Ce4ar fasts, Uoora, Hash, Hlliiila aud Wlav
;)eMto ou Teutk Street
IBetween Commercial and Washington Avenues.
. .' Aosar roa , . i
Jtoek River I'aptr Company's Sheathing Felt
II. W. Johu's Intprovetl Itodfiay
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