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S. M. ETTEU.
First Tho restoration of gold and silver
al tho basis of thr currency; the tvtumptlon
tr rtemtitir oj)roJng,'Jnilaioii and by tin-
payment of tho natlon.il Indebtedness In tlic
v. money ot the civilized world.
Second Frco commerce; no tariff (or any
other pur ik) io but revenue.
Tnmi Individual liberty ami opposition
to uinptuary lawa.
Fovjuth Tho right and duty ot the
SiUto to protect It citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
... Firra Bijld restriction of the novorn
inent, both State, and National, to the legit
lmate domain of political power by cxcluil
lag therefrom all executive and legislative
interneddling with the affairs of Society
Whereby monopolies are fostered, prlvil
edged clues aggrandized, and indlvldua
freedom unnecessarily and oppressively
Tow ncs had made a few casual remarks
just at the moroent the convention
was about to adjourn, Col. E. JJ, Wat
kins o0erciln resolution, that tho4 act
of tho General Assctnbly,to.,protoct
colored children in their rights in tho
pullio schools was inimical to tho ne"
gro'a well-being, and "retrogressive to
Tho rcsolutionwhen it was read, wits
loudly applauded by that class of Dem
ocrats who have learned from (ho proph
ets of Egyptian Ifourbpnism that one
of tho cardinal principles of Democracy
is that tho negro has no rights tho
while man is bound to respect, and
that tho heel or projudico should bo
Lcpt upon tho black man's nock. Cer
tain gentlemen, catering to this preju
dice which has its rool in iguoruncc,
had dissoniiuated tho belief that tho
not mentioned in tho resolution refer
red to gave to tho nogro ohild the right
to indulgo iu mixed schools, nud that
Mr. Oborly had voted lor such schools.
Uol. Walking mado no such charge,
and wo belie vo offered tho resolution in
good faith, but Mr. Allen, who has con-
rltlllcd nnt fn cmltirn niiv nar.nn nn.ii
his throne, had. wo timltfrstaiHi, wr-
TIIE BOOK OF GENESIS.
ITS ANTIQUITY, AUTHORSHIP
'AND SUBJECT MATTER OF
THE FIRST CHAPTER.
HY Ki:V. H. . TILVYKIt, 1. 1).
Jewell, the new PosUM aster Oon
cral, has got to work.
Cot. "Winston's nomination for tlio
legislature gives very general satisfac
"lie is '-just as good as elected."
Ock readers will bo pleased to learn
that, living or dying, Mr. II. W.
Beechcr has concluded to bo tho Lord's.
Wur, in the uamo ot all that is wiso
in politics, do tho white rowdios of the.
South always select the months just
preceding the olections at the North
to kill "niggers?" If they must in
dulge in auch playful amusements they
ought to select another timo ; since, it
so happons, that the Radicals charge
the bloody work on the Democrats, and
certain Democrats never fail to justify
tbo Jcu-kJai murderers. The conso
(j u on oo it, lladical rictorlos. Woll ;
we can stand it as long as our South
ern friends can.)
o( fp "'r'";r,'7 mt'" tho'iiuntiko of voting for tho bill
mat no unci urns lorleitod tho conn
denco of ,J)omocrats and ruined him
self politically. Tho judgo makes soiiio
oi his most dangerous chargos iu the
form of regrets ; and ho does so in a
manner so kind and so courteous that
tho chargo becomes to tho porspn it is
aimed at a compliment, nnd tho victim
thanks tho executioner while he writhes
uuJor tho fatal blow. '
This belief that tho bill was a mixed
school bill, b belief whioh'Mr. Oberly'a
good friends havo regretfully propoga-
ted with great industry, had iufluroed
tho minds or some of tho delegates -and
when Jdr. Oberly nroso and asked
permission to speak n few words in his
own vindication and iu explanation of
the law named in thu Wntkins resolu
tion, Mr. Shannon, of Randolph county,
a gentloraan who would not bo guilty
of tho discourtesy if an enemy hid not
ontered-into .his mouth" and stolenbj.
uraius-T, gonuoman whoie-oxpomnco
should have mado him the defender of
freo speech, not its boisterous bnemv.
objected, objected in n manner in
sulting and in language jumbled but
sufficiently definite to bo understood.
Another delegate, whoso namo wo did
not loam, (from Williamson, wo bo-
liovo) also loudly objected. But a mo-
tion prevailed to allow Mr. Oberly to
epeak, and ho took tho stand amid
great confusion. During tho first fivo
minutes with difficulty ho procccdcd,tho
intorrujtIoua boinir continuous. Tlio
voice of .Mr. Shannon crying : "o, no ;
you aiia'n't speak," 0Bd of tho Wiliinm
on county delegate crying : "Damn
you, you'r no Domoorat nnd - never
wero," and tho voices of other penile-
inon hostile to .Mr. Oberly, raiutrlin-r
with tho cries of tho fair play mon to :
'bo on I made a great uproar : and
tho raoviug to and fro of excited men ;
tho calls of tlio ohairraan for ordor, con
founded confusion. JJut in n short
timo Mr. Oborly got a hearing, and
soon received tho undivided attention
of the convention. As ho proceeded
tho convoiitiou that had been
hostile to lam in tho comment-omen
ocgan to sympatuuo with him. Ho
heard npplauio whero before ho had
been compelled to listen to lasses.
Tho occasional protests of tho drunken
man from Williamson, aud of tho un
forfunatoSliatiuou, were greeted with
cries ofPuUhcm out! put them out!"
Not Jbeonuso ho ha any ability as an
orator but)becausc ho was iu tho right
and spoke with cuuragu aud earnestly,
ho fuceeeded iu conviueinK tho con
vention! that he was not as black as he
had been painted. As he closed his
specoh he was irrootod with loud
cheers nud long-continued applauso,
and tho convention cfused to adopt
For TlIK Ul'LLKTlN i
Wo promised, in tho artiolo precocd
Ing this, to compare tho eosuiogony of
Ptoses with tho cosmogonies of the
most ancient nations, fn order to fur
tliur our examination of Moses' sources
Tlioro is no longer any doubt that
-Moses wroto tho book of Genesis.
Where did ho gather his information?
Wo hero presont tho cosmogonies, or
theories, of three , popaiato nations;
concerning tho existing order of
1st. Tho cosmogony of tho llabylo
Thin rcpresonlH tho beginning ol
things to bo darkncsi nnd water, whero
noudesoript uuiiim! hideous monsters,
half-men nnd !mlf-l(e.intn appeared.
Aflor (licto n woman was divided into
two artri, uml tlio (I0.1VOHH nud tlio
enrii produced by tho division. Holus,
their supromo divinity, cut oil his own
head,nnd his blood trickling down and
mingling with tho dust of tho earth
produced human creatures having in
telligence and spiritual lire.
Tlio Phienioian cosmogony :
According to this theory, that
which first appeared was an other or
tniit diffused through space. Then
aroio a wind, and from this agitation
proceeded n god, and from this god
camo forth an egg, tho division of
which, as iu tho cas.0 of tho woman,
produced tho heavens and tho earth.
Th e uoiso of thunder awakened beings
.inj&ppiritua life. .
il. Tho Egyptian cosmogony;
Between this and the Phoenician tho-
ory there is a general harmony. The
principal Egyptiau divinity was l'tab,
tho world-creating power, who shaped
tho cosmic egg, which appears hero, as
in the I'hremciaii. Then followed a
FIJIST NATIONAL BANK
it. W. MILLr.lt. I'resldotit,
J. M. mtl.Ul'S, Vice I'rc'tdcnt,
HAS. CUNNINOII-UI. Ca'lilcr.
COLLKOT10N3 I'ltOillTIiV MADE.
K'CHAN(Ji:,cOln, bank note, l id UnltMl
Hlates securities bought nnd Mid.
Interest nllomd on tlini' duposlU
TJIE CITY NATIONAL
V. I'. IIAM.llJAY. President;
linNUY I,. I1ALI.1 DAY, Vice I'roldi-l.
A. II.MAKFOUn, (Jn)iler:
M'AI.'l'KIt II VcHA., Ahtant C'tt.lili-r.
TAVIOll, K. II. CUNNI.NOIIAM
H. .. J1AI.I.IDA.Y, . I'. IlAt.MII.W.
(I. 1. Wll.t.UMlO.V, TDl'llK.V lllllli,
A. II. l KOllU.
Hxchnuire, Coin nnd United.' Stilton
lloiuls Itouylit nud Sold.
DIH'OSI'IS recoird;und a general batiU'lng
ENTHKPJUSH SAVINdS IIAN'K
ciiAini:iti:n makcii :ii, iMiii.
NATIONAL HANK, OAIUO.
A. 11. HAFFOKD. Freildent ;
H. 3. TAY1.0U, Vlce-I'resldent;
II. 1IYH1.01', Secretary and Treaurci
1. M. IUncL.tr, Ciias.Oai.iihilk,
F. M. STOCKFLKTll, l'AUL (). hCIIL'll,
II. II, CL'N.NI.SUIIaM, II. L. liALLlPAY,
.1. 31. rniLLifs.
MAHRIED WOMEK AND CUILDIIEK MAY
DKl'OalT MONEY AND HO ONK ELSE
CAN DHAW IT.
n m iVTi 5W.bulncM da from 9 a. in. to .1
K:m;' . "u'. -r'i'"8 lor iBUis de
posits onl, irom 6 to S o-ciolc.
Mil. F. E. Altjrioiit received the
unanimous voto of tho Senctorial dis
trict convention for representative
This was a compliment 3fr. Albright
may well bo prond of. Wo cannot,
nnd do not desiro to , conceal tho faot
that tho nomination of this gentleman
is not acceptable to somo of our peo
ple, but wo aro sure ho will roceivo a
vory hoary vote. Albright is the per
Bonification of energy, andnocombina
tion that could, be formud to dofoat
him would aucoeed. When ho goes in
to win he wins.
It is being demonstrated that the ne
groes at the South aro not altogether Vo
blamo for the murderous conflicts now
bo common in that part of tho country.
The whites are in part responsible for
the deplorablo condition of affairs. We
hope our moss-covored friend the
gnlnien who attempted to cry us
down in the a. convention will
not denounce us as a Itcpublioan lor
givingo xpression to this ytoutimnni.
In doing so we but echo Mr. .Jcfforson
Davis and Mr. N.B. Forrest, who are
n 0J U.ujuviotn as Mr. Sbanuon, of
Randolph, or Judgo Allcn'd friend of
Williamson county, ever wan. Mr.
Davis and Mr. Vorrcst have both nnid
the whiW.peopleJof the belligerout parts
or tho South are culpable, and upon
this authority wo havo ventured to
aiso make the assertion.
HB ROW AT ANNA.
We learn that whllo Bro. Oborlv was
"i j uriHiog, at me Anna
ui.niiTO, no wasgroeled with suchcls.
VJ ,xpreuloni as follows I "Dryunl"
"', rMl1" "Vou are a'llrl"
''Don't believe III" "Thai's n Uol" etc.,
would suPP0rt Mr.n.rt.elJ.-tffi
The Sua leave, the impression that
Mr. Oberly was iu,ulted iu the Anna
convention without re.UuE the in
I t ""Dtlra". "d i(l jusllco
to Mr. Oberly the facts should bo Ht
.After the candidate had been nom-
ljto.difllr'? Mfotm had been
adopted.; after Mr. IUr,zei haj ,C"
cepted te nomination ; after Vlr. Al-
ujju uiaue uis Bn-neEro npe, nnj
WBiarked ln hli blandest manner that
colored children Bhoald not be fn..i
into tho publio eohooJa ; after C'd,
INTEtlEST paid on deposits at the rate
ot six per cent. icr annum, March 1st and
, . i iHviuucf 41, luiuivii uui umjumnii .9
luug succession oi gous with Ultleront added Immeoiately to the principal of tlie
offices and t.owcr. from "c.l,0,,Vi- 'atrc" '"DS wtm compound
, . . . ' I O I iUlViVCl,
ucini-godj, then heroes and then our
coniuiou humanity. This order seems
to bo tho exact rovcrso of Darwin's
.Now thn baro statcinaut of these 6ys
terns must convince ono that Mioses
borrowed nothing from them.
Mo;cs incorporates nono of these cr
rors or extravagancies, nor does ho any
whero full into a liuo of thought tha1
iu any manner approximates to these
theories. Hut, on tho contrary, ho has
given, with severe simplicity,a descrip
tion of the creation which no rhetoric
an improve and no scienco gainsay
At a much later period wo find no im
provemont in tho prevalent conception
ot the origin of tho universe
No nation, either ante or post-deluv
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
nocllllcr nnd Wholcsalo Healer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS S PRO AT & SON
Wliolcsilo and IlaUil Uaalari In
1'UltU LAKE 10E,
Cairo, Illinois, and Coluuibui, Kentucky
Cairo otllce al Hulcn .V. Wllfon'w, comer
Twelfth street ninl Olilo levee,
Wo will run an ice wn(ton throughout
eason, delivering pure itV.e ico In nnyji
sf the city at the lovet market price, a
oill nlso inrnlsU our frlen U out'idi- thco
with ice hv the r:kc or car load, paeke
ww dust, for nhlnineiil to any cll.-tatu c.
Tho st'mnch Is one of the mo-it dellcttc
orgaui ol tlio human ytcui; ninl the lmll
Kcstlblcfooil crowdoil Into It by tho require
ments of moili'tu oelrty, keoi It In
A Stato of Chronic Disortlor
ulilch l m followed by a resort to tonics and
alteratives for relief. It linlortunatcty hip.
pen, however, that many of tho medicine
used for this purpoto contain alcohol, u hit-Is.
Miircil Into n iliccnvcd stoniach prodiicus lr
illation, crcatuit Inllainatlon, and dote snore
Injury (linn kihI,
oV(Ji:nati:d iiittkiw contai n
but are a purely medicinal preparation,
width, In case- or DYSPEPSIA, HEART
UUUN.INDIOESTION. aud other llko dl
imlerN, at once restores the Mnmai h to Its
NATURAL CONDTON OF
The OX YGKNATKD MTTKltS ha e been
tlio men poputarrcincdy forthe above com
plaints, for tho l:i-t thirty j cam, and sllll
maintain their unrivaled popularity.
Price $t per boflc.
.Ions V. IlK.NiiY.CViinAN .v Co.,Pro'is.
h ondB .'illej0 Place, N -w Yoik
WHOL1SSAI.I5 AND IlRTAIli
KisTS un nivi un i
jssssils ' ?Psssk
NEW A DVJ3RTISEMENTS'
to; ic newest and raHtcst-selllng book out
Hy P. U. (loodiich (-son ol l'cter ParlcVi.
Iteiuarkiible voyages, shipwrecks, adCun
turTs, exploration', piracies, imitlnlc,
naval eomb.ts, and tho history ol alt Lindi
of naval progress. The romance of -'old
Ocean," aud loOO thlnps of ttnni; ot Inter
et and value, itr HOO II uttrations nnd
very low priced. Seild for circular and
moft liberal terms to agents, to
IAM.KV I'flll.lHIII.J CO.,
.St. Louis or Chicago,
is as effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
u tat SulphaM In tta saroe (lavs, while It afftti
th hrad In: Is rcorariaUtabUandmuMcAMjwr.
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cf Vhyrinnt from all part ef the country,
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Kull term begins Sept. P, 174. In dalcal,
:IentIUc, preparatory ind UDglish cou-.es
aro exunslvo and thorough. Hie 1'ae.iltv
hsvo enlarged the number of stn llct In thb
preparatory department so that young men
lo anv term mar r-eclve instruction fn ai.
gebra. Oeotuetry, 'Irlgoiiometry. Surveying,
Chlinistiy. Oerma . Book Keening ami
nthr tudlc. usually tJURlit In thu bc-t
academics. For lurthor Inform. Hon send
iwr oaiaiogucs to mo president or treasurer.
Jobbers and Retailors of
Chemicals, l'aletit Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, brushes,
Toiletfc Articles, DriiisL'.s Fancy Goods, Collier "Whito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, 'Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, 'JYbo Colons, Do
Sttills, Etc., Ktc, Hte.
W Solicit corrispoudence nnd orders from Druggists, Phi.lcians and (lencral Sloi
toriLsv'siiferioifr K"n,,yj,,,"M ,u"-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. RETAIL Jfc I'RESCKIPTION,
71 Ohio Levee. IViislilnijtoii Auu cor. I.'lghtli SI.
Sristol & Stilwell
Keep ovcrv thint; pertnining to tlm
lino of Staplo and Tuncj Groceries,
oodenware, Vosctnble., Fruits, Ac
GEO. P. HOWELL & CO.,
A man Intenilliip; to do hutdnuss uiut '
llrit prepare liitiirir to nioci thn re- ,
qiilrcmciils of lilt customers; nevt ho 1
lan lias any theory of the oricin of JLil(L)OJlS AD WINES c"nJ,u n ajeney for tho reception of ad- m,,SI ' crcry pixslljlv or pnihalile
r i i , vcrtlsemouta lor American Nww.paprr' KiiHtonu-r know tint lin In so nreimi-nl
tilings, from which Moses could, by cnutoraPiete establishment of tbi kind ... ,, . i
anv nossibilitr hnvn hnrmvmA nn,- o the wor d. Six thou-and newspapers are "y small placo Im mny Tl.U.nll
any possibility, havo borrowed any- kept regular- file, open to Inspection by H'o people what lio ra do. Inalart-o
th,aS- -NO. 01. OHIO l.n EE, XWti'X'W ""W u Printed liandhll.. po.tcr or
. l: .
Many of tho lelo,'stc8 warmly eon
Kr&tulutod .Mr. Oberly, iimonB them
Uol. Wntkins, and ovon Blr. l'otter, of
tho Mound City Journal. JUr. Shan-
no, too, ufterwardii informed .Mr
vueny mat is cxplauatipu of the law
In oar opinion Mr. Oborly. haH noth
ng to regret in tho part ho noted nt
Anna j and he believes thb ' iulro'duo-
tion ot tho lUtkiuj resolution resulted
in moro good than hnrrn.
l'oit Ukkt. Tho now liriclr lni..n..
u ... ,r.
uu" occupiou by Capt. Kelly, on
Commorolal avonue betwoon Tenth and
J.ioTentimreut, Oulro. A Wo
Klvon il reiuirod. JJiniuiriiof.il. AVatson
wobb, corner JJlovontU street and Coin
merciul venuo. 87-8.L'C-10t
I'wva w JloAnniKoAir,, j, w. y
mlchaol having tnkon tho largo hei.so a
bo corner of sixth street ,nd Wblnc-
urn.h prlvuto bo.rdlhi to J
U men.crtou.oueme,, 4 tUuIr wf ;
Th. housoi. vorjr pleasantly l0,Bleil ''j
conv,nUnllotm)b IliMirmeu und
, . u, luuuur iniormsiicn
i wis Louie.
Groto, "the myth
ical world of tho Greeks onons CAIRO,
with 0&a anterior nud superior
to man. Thon comes heroes and
then tlio human race. Alone
with tho gods aro found various mou
strous natures, ultra -human aud extra
huimn, who Miineliow partako of the
properties ol both jjods and nicu. Such
B. F. PARKER.,
(Successor to I'arker & Ulake,)
addltlmml i, ,. .... : I , ' J . .. .7 clrcnlnr .1.. ...t. .... . ., .
. " : 'T p 11 a'i-i-'--v s-' ij 11111 milieu, itiii uit
trou.;io"nd eo;n, '" , ?,,'f!,,'l0''' " JIOEVEU IS IX A
contract Instead of a dozen, a hundred or n I '"V'h h.VIKlE ENOUdll TO SUP
I'OIIT A NEWSIUVEK AVIM. rixn
as tho Harpieds, Qorgons, Sirens,
PAINTS & OILS
Sphinx, Cyclops and Centaurs."
With tho (irccks, first camo Chaos, I VAUNISHFS
mou u uiuau,lil U.UU1, Hilll UOOp, UarK
Tartarus below.ullof creatures and di
vinities, grand, terrible and liietiBtroui.
Tho myatlo hymn of tho Veda upon
the sumo thuino creation ouo of the
earliest relics of tho Hiutloo taught is
likewise full of absurdities and impos
sibilities. From ull these, it is evident
Moses draw nothing. His nocount
stands alone, simplo, eerouo, uniriuo,
unsurpassed, Hoicntifio and Hatiifuotory
hero did ho get it? To supposothat
aiopos waa so gifted, above all thirrhad
gono bofore him, or Hvod his cotempo
rarics, as to draw such a description of
ttsiiigs as wo lind in Ooucsis I from his
own brain, is to. count on tho uiiraou
Wo must kcop diBlinctlv in view
those four things in our ellorts to au- LIQUOR ) E A ii I' It S
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esoiu at a distance wishing to mane con
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AUKhsta, .Mo. H.'J7-il.vw-lW
I'H.VT IT IS THE OHK.U'ESTJIEDIIy.M
3ro isf (
No. fiO Ohio J .eveo,
-nd, It cannot ho iiii!'!uvehtioii of
Hrd. Ilo copies from thu Cosmoiro-
nies of no nation or tribe.
th. Uis Htiitements aro in bar.
mony with tho deductions of soiouou.
o lind, thoreforo, an answer to our
(uosttou hiddon in those words,
the Lord rpahe unto Jtose." "Wo may
traverse ino wnoio hold of philosophy,
roam through, its mtorminablo ages in
tho eras of geology, take tho nebular
theory and melt down tho earth to a
fluid mass;" nvo, do what wo niav.
wo return wearied at length to the samo
raujiug point, mat sublimo announce- rr , U"parU to mi urdera wllhout delsy.
meut. "In tho Ilpr,;,,;., r. i . j . , 7 or interna lestueron
lueui, in tuo iieginning dod created Hand, just received from I Scwiicrk, and has
.uo uvavKun auu tno earth, 1 11U 5m "c',ncen w tye lowest notcu,
Boot & Shoe
neiwece Tenth ami Eleventh Htrecls,
To the Kdltor qI Tint Hum.ktiN!
I.STKltMKIi KlllKNli: Vou svlll please in-
uml juui i uuurm (ulll t iiiiyo a positive
CUItE TOR CONSIDII'TION
ami an Noi'tlcr of t in T irmii .. ,,,,.
and that, by Its tuo In my practice, I have
eitrod htiiiiJrcds of cases, ami will jjlm
or n case il will not benoiu.' Indeed, so
irong is my faith, 1 will solid a Sami'I.k.
..,., ii, nn eiiucii-i tiuilicnniitj; Jim,
j-ioa.o enow nun leucr to auy one you nny
iiiowwliolisull'cilii),' from these illscaxuK.
ind obllxo,. 1'alihinlly Vouid,
DR. T. F. BURT,
in svniiiiin hi, K voi- !
WALL &. ENT,
.Manulacltirers and Healers In
GREEN AND SEASONFn
imumi AND UTH,
l'Ul'LA.lt.OAH, (JVIMJUH, ASM, OUU
AND COTTONWOOL), WIJK-
l.'Afll.'ll I ,H.
DKKS.SXD l'INE. AMII AND HIM.,
LA It KLOOJUNO, OK1LNO AND
ETTOIIIcii at taw mill on conn.r nr 'ivtt
ty-second street and Ohio Lcvcii.
Choico Dried lice,
F.htc Pears and I 'caches fur
Cann ing Purposes.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes Kleat pleasure In iimminu.tn,. .
hey arc now piepaiod to suiply oerybody
Mi luko Ico of iIih very best iiuullty, either
.L!,'m''.. ''"i11??'' ."r.at Moles. Orders
"ii mi ino otllce, Ai). CO Ohio
A MiK Intcudlnir to do ljiiainess mint mm
preparo hlui.elt to meet the requlrvuieuts
ni ins customers; uexi ue must lei vveiy
possible or probablo customer know that ho
Is o prepared. In a very small place ho
may TtLL all the people what ho cau do, In
a larcu vlllairo a printed liatidblll, poster oi
circular, properly distributed, will be efflca.
Clous, but WHOEVltn 18 IN A PLACK LAItQK
ENouduTo aurronr a wewspapkii will
KIND THAT IT 18 TUB CIlKAPESr mediusi
TUJIOIOU WUICH TO ADDHESj III if TUDLIO
M. R. KUEHNE,
COM PLETE CJJUKOH
COll. 13TH AND WALNUT 3TRKE:3
V. O llox COC.
AT WILOO.VH IILOOIC l'Olt 91.00
Jk nAY" inllASjIAUT-rirrl
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