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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
fMB BULLETIN' lipttfcllihtdeTtry morning
(erpt Monday) In Ui Ballclln Ilolldlnfr, cor-
Btr Waihlngton avtnn nnd TMh Mrrtt.
Ta Bcttww U wiri to tlir lubaeribw tiy
fclthful carrimilTwtntyVhe Crntu Wrtk,
p.jaMwktr. By Mall, (In adraner), 10pT
anunt tlx month!, 0 llirct month, $3 on
tnanth, ! 23.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
lWUhM cTery ThurwUt ilns t MM
jwr annum, InwrUUy In arWanr. H'c P0,,"S(
oa th Wwkly will nf rrrpdU at Hit offlco, to
UiM autacrlbm will outalu It fom ubcrl))tlon
rl of t Jrar.
ADVBETISINQ HATES.
DAILY.
IlailncKi Canta, pcrruinuro .M 00
On (Kjuartj onttmertlou, ......... 1 W
On aquarr, two lnwrtlon,....-....... 1 W
Ona rituir.' one utrk. 2 M
One iu&rrj two wki,
On' Mu.i. ikW.- it ki, ........
ISO
I 00
One aqur. on month,.
800
WXBSLY
On aqtiarr, one inwrtlon,..,
Each eubMqorot Inwrtlon,.-,
..1 00
.. AO
J30n Inch Ii a aquare.
aTorfguUradrcrllatrewcoffiTaurwrlor In
ducement, both as to into of charges and min
cer of dlanluying Ihelr 01 row.
E5-Nollee In local eolumn Inscrlcl for Fif
teen C'eutt jwr line for one Insertion, Twenty
Cunta a line ror two Iniertlom, Twenty-l'lre
Cents a line for three Insertion., Thirty-Kite
Cent) a line for one week, and Scvmty-Klte
CenU a line iironc month,
Ooramanlcatlona upon' amy ecU of fron
end intereat o the public aollctted.
tJAJl 1 Men should be aildrc jsed to , .
JOHN It. OllElti.Vf
' "yJYnldeut Cairo Hidlctln Company.
ResdloR Matter on Every Par.
JOHN H. OBEBLY, Editor.
Tub congcs.lollal committee of Inves
tigation sent to Xew Orleans, a.enibled
In that city yesterday.
Tur. women of Itutlaud, I.a Sal tc
county, votetl at tne recent scuooi elec
tion.
Tin: Solons are gathering hi Spring
Held this week, preparatory to tho open
ing of tho Legislature next Tuesday.
Tm: New York llcratd't Stanley U In
Zanzibar and writes Interesting letter to
Ills pajer from that far away place.
Thk sewing machine moiiopolMs are
greedy as ever. Tour companies con
trol the original patent ; an extension
will euablu tliein to continue to charge
for all machine about six times as much
as they cost.
'Iiif. St Louis 7Vim has changed
hands, and on .Sunday next, Stll-on
Hutching, a former proprietor, will as
sume the management and editorial con
trol. Tho paper will bo reduced in lze
ami price and changed from a quarto to
a folio form.
Tiikkk hundred and clglity-nine female
clerks have been discharged from the bu
reau of engraving and printing In Wash
ington. These are ail poor women,
who live "from hand to mouth." The
suffering consequent upon their being
discharged In the midst of w inter will be
extreme.
Thk Paris Mint has comniMiced coin
ing a sum of 40,000,000 of franc hi twen
ty franc pieces for tho Hank of Franco.
The new coin will bo employed to facili
tate the withdrawal from circulation of
tho notes vof tho ame amount. The cir
culation of twenty franc not, which nt
one tlrao readied 070,000,000, has already
been reduced to 300,000,000.
Mori'fl spooks, arc a disreputable set.
They wear andiwagger and drink, nnd
act hi such tiv-jry that If they were on
earth, they would scarcely. !c admitted to
good socletyiffVud they arc Ignorant
too. Not'ono of tliein seems to havo an
Ideaalwve .common-place. As specimens
of tho "higher life," they arc not prcpos
sesslng. "
We are not fortunate. Xilther the
Christians uor the Infidel Mill give us
auyrest. The Chases of Spirltuali-tlc
Irco Love Infidelity, the Taylor of
Christian lulldeltty. and the UitrgcsPn of
pugUistle Christianity all unite hi nhii'o
oftiR. Wherefore, we are sad. Itutthen
we arc cheered by the UUcf tlint w6 may
tall upon the necks of our loud In',
fldel nnd Christian", and not lo reiulcd
when we cry: "Are we not fondlv
thhio own 1"
Mn. Waiiiikn Ciusii, In ii cfliiitnunlca-
lr,i I.. fPL .ii .....
.v tut itunncr or I.taht. kfiv
least two of Hie editors of Cairo"' threw
k ...... u.u roiu'iH-gg arguments of
ireoiovtHiiang." uii 1 mWuik.-ii. f.
lirociaiineti me iioctnne ot no marrla
or rather Uie doctrine that an ngrt-einciit
between a man and woman to cohabit to
gcthcr was good enough marriage, and
iiibi wnen a man anu woman had made
an agreement of this kind, and desired t.
do so, they ought to bo allowed to seji-
nwi. iw mn nus wa the advanced
doctrine ol tho SplrltualUts. Wc willed
It frcc-love; nntl lie responded ! "Xv,
J-ott nrc throwing dirt." He objects to
tho nnnic we have given hit doctrine of
marriage. That Ii nil. He l n free-
lover If ever there Mas one in tne VVTM.
The revenue roci'lpta for the month of
December arc estimated nt nine millions
of dollar?. The cintonts receipts are not
to good in thoio of the corresponding
month of lat year, nml there i tome
doubt at the Trciwiry Department that
the Incomo of the government will not be
Milllclcnt to meet tho demani nr cur
rout and rentilar iitidltnn;. Alt In
crcac of ' tax 011 whisky and tobacco
ami the rc-lmposltlon of the tux on tea
and cofl'nc are the plain suggested by the
Treasury Department to make tip the
dcllclcncles.
Tin: credulon correspondent of the
Chicago Timt believes Mr. .Mott, ol
Memnhls. Missouri, to be a wonderful
spiritual medium. Ho ha reported hi
experlcncoat tliolmmeol thoniedlum,nnu
assures in that he saw anil conversed
with n numljcr of materialised spirits
It Is a remarkable tact that nearly all o
the spirits that materialized were spirits
of suicides, the circumstances ol wlio-
deaths were familiar to the world, and
the events, of whose lives could be easily
Ipiiriii'i! by tho medium. And then tl
communications of the spirits are very rl
dlculous absolutely silly niiddigutlng,
rii.nri:v nos.
The work of not (hiding Charley Hos
has cost a largo sum of money, twenty
thouaml dollars having been expended
since tho beginning of the search. Seven
hundred thouaiid circulars have Iteen
printed, containing a decrIplIou of the
boy' i)er.sonal appearaiue and his pho
tographs. The cost of tlico circulars and
mailing them has been eight thousand
dollars. Tho correspondence Incident
upon the distribution of the circulars lias
been so extensive as to require an extra
corps of clerks ; yet no clue has In-cn dis
covered, and the opllilou Is beginning to
prevail that Charley I'oss Is dead.
Between five and six hundred children
have been "found," many of whom had
never oeen lo.-t, but who had been taught
by knuvl'h and dishonest persons with an
eye to the reward, to answer quo-lion"
as Charley Ilos himself would answer
them If he were lound. Two hundred
bands of gyp'lcs have been vllted, and
from many of these children have been re
covered and restored to their parents-. The
detectives belicvo that, directly and Indi
rectly, half a million of person- have
been engaged In the search.
;nvi:itx.Mi:NT urnr.Afs.
I'he government bureau biifness ha
licen canted to an extreme, and the at-
temnt to establish a "national bureau of
education'' 1 tho straw which, though It
may not break the camel's hack, will
warn thepeoplo at 'Washington vhohavc
been piling on tho load, that It l grow
ing too hcavv. We now liavc a dozen or
so of bureaus, educational,, agricultural,
statistical, etc., etc., each with an ex
pontlr.. lio-iil till more I'ViM'iislve corns
of clerks; Iho Unellts of tht-o bureaus
are not vl-lblo to the naked eye, Their
very existence Is unknown to many peo
ple; probably not ono In even' hundred
of the population ha? any idea of the
duties attached to them or ever sco their
reports. As institutions to supply light
work and big wages to many of the
hangers-on of the administration at
Washington, who ran bo provided for in
no other way, their ii'e Is very apparent.
Otherwise, It Is small, and tho whole sys
tem could lie abolMied with little Injury
to the real good of the country.
w.vitiii:x CllAHt: H A YSt.
Mr. Warren Cluc.Iiiiicoiniiiunlcatloii
to The Manner of Light, speaks ot his ex-
pcrlenco in Cairo. lie refers to Dr.
l'lmyer'H lecture oiiSpirItiudlm as "most
andld and iifpcctable, and ono of tho
ablest Wo havu ever heanl," bill says he
replied to It In u most conclusive manner
Phis reply to I)r.Thaycr,says Mr. Chase,
Mulshed our labors lu Cairo for tho pros'
nt. to tho trrcat satisfaction of nt i
two editors, who, nlthoujrli not alarmed
at snakes In their boots, nor at spirit
that arc bottled, are greatly alarmed nt
the spread of Spiritualism, and think, for
political purpo-es and tho renewed suc
cess of the late Democratlo triumph, that
the invisible spirits inti-t be kept aln
distance."
it ts unnecessary to say that the two
editors referrcu to dy Mr. Cliito are Mr.
Harrell, of The (luzette, ami Tin; lli'i.i.r
tin man. .Mr. i naso, wnen no aserU'd
that .Mr. Harrell Is oppo-ed to Modern
Spiritualism, knew he was not telling the
truth: when tie . said Mr. II. nnd Mr. ()
refuse to bo convinced of thu truth
Spiritualism for the purpose
tho renewed success ot the lalo
Democratic triumph," ho wrote himself
down a Dogberry; when ho Intimated that
Mr. 11. and Mr. O. like snakes In their
boots and spirits lu buttles ho prove
himself to he Ignorant of his men. Me
do not deprecate rquriluaiisiii lor "po
litical purposes and the renewed miccos
of tlio lato Democratic triumph.
We, of Tin: Hi'm.ktix, deprecate I
for religious purpose and the renewct
triumph of the lato Democratic slices"
II., of The Oauttc, docs not deprecate
Spiritualism al nil ; and Mr. Chase know
ho docs not. Iho lad U Clitic dliln
(II the truth, and didn't try to.
lieu llntler'N t'lirnp Trnuiporliitloii
IX. Y World's Wii-hlnglon letter 1
l.'.ti.lmr tlir, ennlli I'rotil nl till' I 'mi.
itoi, on 5ew Jersey avenue, a tlwcllitig
house of solid "ranlto Is biiililhi''. Its
portion mid striictiiro are rcmiirkablo
enough, even were It not tlio property
ami design oi ucnemi miner, u is a
copy, I believe, of liU Lowell house. Tim
sioiie is iroin ins uapo .vim quarries, iinii
he Kot it hero In a characteristic way, ac
cording to report. When the ptilcs
ini
for the Scott monument was shipped
u iliiL'ton. llullcr said ho would ir
tho ballast if allowed toselect;it. Ho was
and nccordhiL'lv ballated tlio shin witl
his gnmitc, and thus practically solved
the uiicstlon of chcan transport:!! on
Itefonilils iriilicrnutiii'lal I'liiini.-ilirii In 7J.
which wuslho finest Held he ever had for
a UlMthiv iif Ills lKTiill.'ir liiiinnr. a lrcul li-.
niau tofu him authoritatively that If ho
wiuu Lvep quici men utm wait luuue
next year he uotiltl bo Governor of 3Iasa
clmsetts without any Aim.
"My mend," said IJutler promptly,
I'm much obllscd to toii. hut I don't
want anything I can geTwithout n fui."
A complete- I'lrtorlol Iflvlory nfF Hie
TIiik'm "Tli Im'hI, rhi-npc.it, mill
moot mircosrin rnniiiy
a'npor
lu tlii I iiIiiii."
HARPER'S;WEEKLY.
II.M'.sritATi:i.
OTiCKH Ot' Tlir. 1'JtEss.
l'lio Weekly l the nb!ct and mnt now.
crlul lllti'tratcd pcrlodlcil puhlidicd la
tills country. Its editorials mm pcliohrly
and coiiviliileK, mid curry much uclnlit.
Its Illustrations or current etcnts are lull
olid tress, and nrc prepared by nir best do
micile, s. i un n cimiuuon iwi,uoj, me
Wei'klr Is read a', least liv bnlf n inlUlun
pcrons, and Its lollucncn as an organ of
opinion is simply tremendous The Week
ly inalatalDS n po'idvo position, nnd ex-
prci.cs ueiiucu ienson iiomicai nmi so
clat proMcins. Iulslll3 C'omicr-,Iiuriml.
Its nrtlclcJ arc models of tilgti-toncd dls
cilMlon, and its pictorial lllustrntlons arc
ollen corronor.nivo arKiuncms oi no snian
force N. Y. L.vaniiiiuriind Clironlclo.
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inimitable cnr.oons help t mould tho 3C
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HARPERBAZAR.
II.I.VSiTItATi:il.
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The Il.izuri" edited with a contilhutlon
oftautnnd tilenl thntwoscldom liud Inany
ourna ; and Iho Journal Hlt Is the or.u
i tno crcai woriiiorrasiuon. iioton I rav
ler.
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nnl luxurious dreslng gowns. Hut the
reading in tlcr ortlio uaz.tr Uuclforu.h' ol
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l.AWVI.IIS.
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Attorney tit Ijiiiv.
OITICK: Ohio lvcr, nter room formerly
(n'cuplnl by KIM S'atloiuil Hunk,
CAtltO. 1IXIXOIS.
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OrriUK: Kighlh Stiret, U'twren Commer
cial und Wu'hlnguni nxrnui'S,
Inhnll Mnlkry
William C .Mufkey
CAIIIO, IIXINOIS
G
iuu:n k oilbeht,
AttoriicyN and Counselor
at lilt iv.
OI'FICK: Ohio Ins-, rfK)m 7 and S over
City .National Hank,
Wllllnmlt Rim, )
VVIIIhim II (illlMrl, CAlltO. .ILLINOIS.
MllwKinl Ullbert )
IO.SK-elol attention fUen lo Adiulrally nnd
1.111111.10.
mocr.iin:N.
t Alter J. y. Stewart
ARTER & STEWART.
(9iicerors to I) Arler ft Co.)
GROCERS
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Aveuuo,
CAIHO, ILLS.
Bristol & StilweU
FAMILY
Keep everything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo und Fancy Gro
ceries, Woodcnware, Vegetables,
Fruits, &.c, Sic.
TOIZE
ox
WHEELZR
Wagons, Carts, Porambulators,
Velocipedes, Whool-norses,
Swings, Tables, Chairs,
Wardrobes, Bedsteads,
Trunks, Dishes,
Skatcw, &o.
Malaga Grapes, Fruits,
Nuts, Oake's Can
dies, &c., &c,
KOHTIIK
HOLLADAZE.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
Tow-Boat For Sale
tl
II. hiibsrriber offer
for aalo the f.e:iin
limit. ILl ll.itntiilll
.1 I'oMllllf SIlTH-Ulll-.l IlOUl.ILl'
nilhriigitH', iimdi'm ry, tut'Uca, iippaul mid
rni iiiliiiti H.iflie nun Ilea at Cairo, Ills
llirlciiglh U Hi Vet, her bmidllf.'l net, her
lciilhSfiituud muaurej 'J70 tons Mig has 3
hollersSll'ift iinguii.illnrlieilhiiiiclrr, SIiIkIi
livwurr.eiiKiiu'iwllicyliiuler 17'a fneliealii
llanieli riuidillw t )Wo a fwsl iiiiimm 4i In
chra In diameter anil? Inches trU nnd all
nolein liiipi'oreiiieiti.iind H In every respect
ilauiirh, ut worthy und In K"od condlllou for
uavlxatloh. Kor ternn apply to,
. . . ,s- Tatloh.
Caiho, 111., NovunVer J, l7t, lvi-l.;j-w,
Mt'NIO HTOIli:.
New Music Store.
EOEEINS'
MUSI6 BA2AR!
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO, ILL.
Is XTow Open.
PIANOS,
OMIANS,
SHEET MUSIC
Muslcnl Morohandlso of all kinds
at prices to huh tno timou.
Messri. Itobbins would annoimen tu
their frleiiiNand the puhllcgcnrrally .
flint Imlnu hern a they trut,
rivoraoiy known turoui.
out i Ids region as deal
cMlnl'IANOS.OIf. OAXsi,.Vi'.,con.
ticctcd Willi
tlio wholesale
house of , W.
Klmhall or CMi-ngn, for
. tho pat ten years, they
have coneludcd to npo.i a ,Mulo
Store In Cairo, where they will keep
on hand, and lie con.tantlv In reeelnt of
ever) thing In their lino' desired by their
vusyomera.
I'rom the Celebrated manufactory of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of iloston. A l'laao of world-wfdo reputa
tion and coti'ldcrrdbr all our noted mil
Irlana lo l.o iho he.t Piano now mado fn
ine uniiiu Mates; al-o, the very popular
GREAT UNION PIANO
JIaile In N'cw York. of,whlrli irn lian unl.l
over 100 In Southern Illinois, giving perfect
-ail-IUVIlllll.
SMITH'S
American Organs.
i iic mo.u pcricci anu durable Organ ever
inauc, mcro ocuig upw ncr (,J,iWQ In use.
THE
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A very line lnt rumciit. adapted to IN.
STUDIKXTAI. AS WKl.t. AS SACltKO
ilL'dlt", aod becoming more and more pop
ular every d ly.
SHISTMUSie
A ureal variety, seleetcd with r re, a1 d
adapted to the wants of oureii'toiner". con-
sMliiS nfiill tho new a til popular niu.lciifl
lite nay, uuin i uu.M. AMJ IsillL'-
.M1..MAI..
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises I
FOB THE USE OF SCH0LAH3.
We would call special attention of I' sell
ers to this department of our stock.
Order- solicited, and mimic selected
suit and sent by mall on samoterni'
a from largo cities.
to
TO TEACHERS.
We will furnish our music to teachors at
the usual discount; will select mudc for
your scholar, If you wilt let us know tlio
grade and stylo desired.
Teachers everywhere arc rcpicitcd to
send us their address and we will keep
tliein Informed of the new pilbllcatlors.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
ALL KINDS.
VIOLINS,
GUITARS,
FLUTES,
plinillp BANJOS
CLARINETS,
PICOLOS,
FIFES,
DRUMS
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OP ALL KINDS, FURNISHED
TO ORDER.
ACCOBDBANS,
HARMONICAS,
IRISH HARPS
MTRONOMES.
TUNING FORKS,
VIOLIN 1OTS,
VIOLIXCELLOS,
DOUBLE RASES,
TAMRORINES.
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
BOW HAIR,
TAIL PIECES,
VIOLIN PEGS, F'NGER BBDS
CAPA d' ASTROS,
BRIDGES,. SC.
AVIth hundreds of articles In our line, re
iilrlnjf too much space lor enumeration,
MUSIC BOOKS.
Of every deicrlption on hand, orrurnlslicd
to order.
INSTRUCTION BOOKS.
For all Kinds of Instruments,
All l'lanos Fold by us tiro warranted live
years, and satisfaction (,'iiurantieil.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
This hehij; tlio only regular Mtulc Store
nearer than St. Louis, wo hopo our fair and
honorable ilcaliiif; may luducu our friuids
to eiistalu us by n liberal pationaye.
Addrets,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
Cairo Illinois.
DEALER IN
MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO BAGS, 'izC,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks over offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have the measure of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
-PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Wo have replenished our Job Printing Ofiico with
many fonts of new type and have orders out for other
fonts of tlio latest popular styles. We aro determined
to establish the reputation of our office for first-class
work, and mnke our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to be ono of
tho best practical job printei'3 West and South, has
assumed porsonalr supervision of the job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
many patrons.
GREAT
TEXAS LINO
DISTRIBUTION!
yv. nr'-A.ixtivcE Port ta :
A Fino Dwelling, a Hplondtd Bulii
llouso, or a Mulldlnir Lot. tor J OO.
$300,000
Worth of Itonl Estato,
Will If cll.lrlliutcil liiiinnr llii' llcki 1-Ii jMi r.i nt
llniltliill, 'li'.vim, Minch 'Hie llrntKll'
ulll 1'iiu llui' lirii'k liniisv, on .Muln MriMt, n iilnl
isl.Krw, inlii'd at iHIM,i'l, nnd tliu funllri vltt
m III ! idmui't nl' land or a Milldfnif l"t 'llu
ilMrllinllon ciimiirlMM ihit lii.Oim ikith til' good
luiid, In Pilrly-fltilil kiiuvIiii; toualli-t. Tim
pnMit nl'TrxiH nnd tin' r-oiilliuit vor mi.tiil It In
ilii-kliiiliilli'iitlunof lliu 1'iilille, T'l" ftlalr un
tliurilli'jt Indnri-r II. . , .
I Imilurii kMii doiiiTiptliiu "f II Iiwrly,
lliu iiluu of ilruwini,', undollii'r Inlcrmallon le-
gllllllllKTcXftl, WllllKlllllllilMJlolllll)lUllllOII.
i:iry I'oKtiiiaMi r I nutliorUwl loiM-tiirt lowil
UKtul. Tli'Ki-lH, SJ, 'Jen prrrvut. illavuunt ul
.iHiiloiiiiiliiliorH'iillclUor Muirn
WiTtlVrlo nil I)niik, Ilunkurn aiUjnlni!3
mm oriliiiitton. , ,
I'or ticket, hkhip e und. full partlevlai, nd.
dills' VAI.BY LOCltAltr.
1'Wl-wlt Jliiimi,'.r, Iloutoi, Tfxm.
Pure Coffee
FRESHlV ROASTED
AND GROUND.
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ARTERft STEWART
113 Commercial Avonuo.
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ORGAN COMPANY
r"INNKI!fl of limn liljilHMt liinl.ll unddl.
V iilnniH nf honor, nl V Iciiiia, L-C1, mid
I'm it. Ivl7, mm' oll'ir llm lint"! iinmitinrtit nt
111.- lift i-iililnrt ur-guiit III llii" wnild, Ini'liidlliK
ii. iv tvli' illli iii viit liiiiiiiivi'iiii iiK mil milv
, rxc'lu-hil) lcirni.h, u lomirily, Imt ul-u on
iii-w iiliina nf iiuv iMVintuH, lln- iiiut liitiireliU'
vrr iiin-Hil Orj:ii!i rrnliil Willi iriI1i'trc ot
I imri'lia.p, lo nliii'it miy purl of tli oniiilry
'lt ...i,..it &'l l.l hi imuiiril.
Illil'tt'uttil niliiluiri'.M und iliriiliir. wllliflill
lmrlinilaro, M-nt Inv m,U''in,t .vHiwi
MASON & IIAMtTN OIIOAN CO.,
ll'Alun, Niiv York or Clilmen
AGENTS WANTED
oii
Pro. Fowler'a Groat Wox-k
ON
MANIIOOD, WOMANHOOD,
TIIEIB mutual inteh-helations
ltw: II Uwt, I'oHcn, Ac,
A (HINTS rr mlllnit from 13 to 23 fjple
X. day hend for kpti-lmi n piiK" "'id lw;
io iiKi'iiU, nnd Huwliylt rll liinlfr t mil y
olliir lioot AiWii' Sullomil I'ul.lUlilnp Co.
l'lilladi-lplila, l'n i UiIiwko, lilt , or ht ImuU,
Mo.
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