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v. na vice iwt. T.;r. Kenii, ami mirr
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OAXRO. IXjTji.
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K. firms, Cairo. Wm. KIiict, I.'alrn.
I'. NrtTi Cairo. . 0 .'!. " 'r-.
A, SUMDkClro. K.I11lllllingslcy,M Willis.
K, Hurter, cairo. , ii. wens, j.mrii.
'r II. ilrlnkman, M. Lonla,
A Meneml rlsmklsaar' Mnaliira lloiir
rY-Klc.hatiae antd mil liouvht Interest 'nali
In IbefsaTlnga Department, l.'iillectlons lilwlc,
anil an iriimfss promptly aiieuueuifj.
TME
City National Bank
CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
OAFZTAL
$100,000
W. T. HALIJDAV.Plvilil.nl.
1IKNKY I.. IIAMJIIAY. Vic Prest.
A. II HAKFOKD, Cashier.
WALTKK HY8I.01'. Ass't Caahler.
DIKICIOM
H. Utaats TAYLOR, U. II. Ccn-inoiiam,
if L. Halliuat, W. I". II : tuiAT,
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pkEPOSITS received anil a general banking
jw uusineaeaons.
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
orrtCaiu:
A. B. SAFTOKD, President.
8.8. TAYLOB, Vice President.
W. HY8IAP. Sac'r and Treasurer.
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I tlona of Infants, or
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orlnflamul lna
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, KBSBBUAHY 29, 1870.
Ut'u
BRIST0W.
'wrrMi(tidviil' lioaalu
ADnul
llim-lli Will CrrlMinly Hellre
(WiKtilngluii l;or Chi. t'umnincial )
Hi! fiiiiml iiivarlon fur the exfrilie o
two, at least, of tlie-e prlmn virtue, to-ull .
courage and Integrity; and the testimony
of Imtli frli'iiilsaud eiicmlc st.imps abnvo
suspicion lil public ami private charai tcr.
In bis olllelal eapu lly lie la prudent rather
than paliutalilng; ami, withal, illpatchri
bulnes with astonishing rapidity. With
out much ta-du for routine, ho hat nil Intui
tlvo p neptloii of affairs, which Ium-Ih
him with rare emculltc ablllly, ami h .W
nltitcly luviilcrablcto llatlcry. He, thric
fore, rarely makes a mistako In his man,
but If ncli .-itlilng happens N ipi'ck to :ic
knowlnlj(o and correct the error. In his
dealings with Mibordluate ho la Juit and
kind. This Isabout all I hao beard othlm,
and what more could I say I have asked
a number tifhl. frlemla what tfisy knew of
him and the reply would be, "Kver)thln;;
I have Known him all my lllc;" but sluing
their knowledge of him down to journalistic
interest It amounted to the characteristics
described in the trio ol words u-eil In the
Introduction of this paragraph, "courage,
fidelity and Integrity." There h:n been no
occatlon leally for parading thesn uualltle.
prominently before tho publl:. lie was
simply a government olllclal, performing
his ollk-ial duty to the best of his ability.
But a new Interest attaches to Mm, as a
man. In the fact that he is about to retire to
the shades of private life.
MK. IlllIsTOW's 11ET1KEMEKT
(no longer a conjecture. It Is a certainty.
There was undoubtedly no show of truth
lu the reports that he was so put upon In
other word, to grievously insulted by
President (jrant that bo had frequently bit
hl lips until the blood came, and walked
aside to tho window to recover himself.
Th!l not like 31r. Hrl-tow. H- Is not the
man to put up with an intuit. As I heard
one of his lriend expresalt: "Ilrl-tow has
a (piles;, savago temper, which be keeps un
der admirable, control. Ills old friends
have been astonished at his coolness In this
respect. To be sure, there is groat occasion
forfeit-control. Forbearance Is a virtue
Instructed by Mr. (irant to Ict no guilty
Man escape,' he would lollow up a clue to
mbclilcf If It Ud to the Indictment of the
President h!tmcll;but, by g d f utlng tho
approved official oath). Ilrlstow would not
acrltlcc his personal honor and self-respect
to the great Jehovah, (irant has never In
sulted llristow."
There Is Injury worse thin insult," said
another Bristow man, "and if Brlstow per
mits himself to be retired, scroitged out by
Crant, and leaves with hat in hand hypo
critical exchange of resignation on Mr.
Secretary's part, and regrets on the part of
Mr. President lain dune with htm forever.
Let him bo bounced out, and he will bo
our next President, certain."
"He lives on the wrong -Ido of the Ohio
river," was observed by u Democrat.
.'ranting the Republicans another run of
power, the candidate mutt conic from the
Northwest."
So the talk about Mr. Bristow's retire
ment la varied and continuous. Some say
it amounts to nothing; that there has been
rcat deal more said of Mr. Fl-h going
out, and ho still remains. But, it will be
remembered, that thu prr-s predicted Mr.
Delano's retirement, with certainty, at the
time It was olliolally denied. '1 hu represen
tatives of the pre-s arc Interested In the
news, and have a system of gaining Intelli"
gencc that is unerring ami exact. If your
correspnncnt were asked a reason for the
faith In Mr. Bristow's retirement, it would
be a very little whlsp of straw which blows
that way. It Is selreely three months since
Mrs. Brlscow went to housckeeplcg, and
for several weeks sho has been making ar
rangements to return to Loulavlllc.
Again, a friend said to me: "Can you
twi-t u statement until nobody em tell
where n comes from'"
Ofcouise no conejentlouo uows writer
would answer "no," nnd tho gentleman
cautlm'y observed : "iiiiy u mini said to
.Mr. IlriMow, ! am coming In to seo you
somu day, not to ask you a favor or bother
you in any way, but simply to look into
yourolllce and pay my respects.' 'Then
you will hive to come toon,' responded the
fetcretary."
I lie SiH'ei'HNful I'lijNleliui,
There Is probably no man to whom tho
community owe so much as to tho honest,
fair-spoken physician, who does bis act
ual duty both to himself audio his patients.
Heally skillful physician are not so numer
ous that their virtues need no mention, am
hence tho advertleiii3iit of Dr. U. V.
Pierce, of B Jll'alo, may well claim the read
er's attention. Dr. Pierce Is a typu of a
class of men who obtain success by acarelul
and w ell directed cllort, not attempting too
much, overeating faNo Ideas as to tho abll
ily. Tho only reliable physician In thcio
days of complicated disorders and high,
pressure living Is tho "specialist," the man
who understands his one branch uf the
business. Such in ids lino is Dr. Piereo.
For tlio bcncllt of his readers ho has writ
ten n "Common Scnco Medical Advisor,"
which Is well worth resiling by thoso who
uccdsuch'u work. With strict business
honor, high professional skill, reasonable
fees, and n largo corps of competent assist
ants, Dr. Pierce will doubtless make his
naiiio familiar as "household words."
(2JJ-'J.2.dwlvv
Ill
IUST
170AM!
AND
ISIkM seeing, run, ami! adventure on
awfoi'ii Covn.NKNTs !( Manv Hkah.
Mysteries of the 111 lent, tt fcsumAVi.su ,
llriuhl. willy, enlertalniiiK-tlii- mnstattracllvu
book out. fu every respect flrst-rato. It sells
rapldiyi pays splendidly AliKNTS WASTKII,
Write at once lor ileterfpllveclivulara aud terms.
Io ANC1IOK I'lJIII.I.SIIlNU CO. , tt PlnuHlreet,
ri. i.ouiii .-ii'. -i-iiiwilil.
iANA$
I bi.friH
rslabllsb.il llluslril
'it-
lM-y an- now first
A
will, iriln-y M-cnt aS,
rllory. I enablnl to Intro-lur
rlass lllnstraliil IVriistirrls, mil.
.lei
distinct Udraor wants, audi Willi
'ho Oi-ilfi
frnni t-lKit new and beautiful rhmmoi, nlv
free of coal In i nch annual subscriber, 1 n,
uhlfd If M-eure oiip or mor ubrrlpllniia In
very family in their dlslrlrt. To klbil mn-VasM-ra
this Mill aer4ireermanenteiiiployiiienf
nml the n lievrali eorh J ear will lie a souree o f
illy nml :iaturt revenue, S-cllnsn iaiers
and moat liberal ennaaent Io nllo..oiiuls vrlio
'name the territory they dcslir tmaiivais. Ad
dress, Ageucy Drinrlmrnl, Kwiik If He
I'libllshiug Mouse, 1'i-arl Hint I, New York.
lS-llMm.
Immense Success.
every vnrk testify to His popularity of llie"ss,
ples' pnper," the hilar -iiangleil llanner. Illli
jeiir, alarKe s puire. column i.uht, llliistra'eil,
and tilled with charming itorlrn, tnlrs, irns,
wit, humor, and llins- loliiiuns ilevotetl to lis
"Itniriie (irner," or imisi- of flw Imllrra,
Quacks, and lliitnlniirs. It Is by all xlds Hie
lat and nio.t ipular of all ln- liierary imrs rs.
IH-.ul bylSO.iXXilellgbleil Mibserlliers, ntubll-h-(s
lii1, and never suipenils or falls to appear nn
lime- It Ian "larnlly friend. ' and a complete
family pas-r. It will save von from lieing swin
dled und give you most delightful leiulbigfora
liolo year. 1 ail not Io uiliscrllic Now.
TfrvnT cliarmlnK Krench ehromoa are irlven
uul KltKK toevery one l fur Ihe Haulier
for 1SI0 llii-c are worth il each, and are
beauties, all mounted ready to bang or frame.
Header, you Want the llanner, you mint try It.
Itroatatcry little, only "S cents a year for pa
per, or t Tor paper and four lx-autil'ul fxlll rhro
moa, all sent preald. .ent three months for
only lucents. 'I kv it atomic. end for samples,
or ltter, 10 cents anil receive It 1 rnos Ad
ilresa, IlASNKIt CO , Hinsdale, X. II.
WONDERFUL SUCflESS. Zti
N-K. Pollar l-ale. Si llromlleld St., l!oton,
Mas., Is dally shipping hundreds of boxes and
packages ol valuable gooda all over tlie lr. h,
IU),usi worth of (sold Jewelry, Itlnea, Plus.
Mela. Clialua. I'hanna. Jr.. .V . Snllcl SI'...
anil l'lateil Ware, Cutlery, lilussvrare, Fancy
wi... u air, uurry, ..llKWBre, I ancy
liooda. (loioartlrlea) and all deserh.tlona. Kit..
Tiaa, Coffees, (iroceriea, rerhrmery. Hair Oils,
s-oap), Ac, Ac. Alao.V),(sbookaorallkin(la,
and style,
WORTH DOUBLE
The.'e goo.li ars
worth i L In
$1 So each aud sell at tlioe nricea evervvvhere.
yet we are selling everything at the pnpnlar
Wire of only oni doli.aii. i;7,'"i dellnlittsl
patrons lestily to the lcneUI or our great sale,
and in our paK r huiulreilA of letters nreprhiKsl
from our patrons in the past three years. Ilcud
er, you can save nioniy, you ran make flu go as
far as W) clacwhere, it jou deal with us. We
want agents everywhere. We . pay large coin
mlislon.s. No risks, no capital, doinls tcntC
O. II. with privilege of seeing Wore Pajlng
hend for full catalogue, etc., Iree, send now.
Address. H. OUMISTON A CO..N. K IIOL
LA118ALK, 3.1 liroomtleld lit , Boston, Moss.
l-l!-wlw-(l 21.
:oai..
TO COAL
CONSUMER S:
Il.uaiHiniui, Ills , Jan, IS, leT,
WKare now mining a very superior article
ol eoal free from nil Immtritl. .iw-lsillv
ndapteil for grates and household ue cenerally.
nun e 111 urnier III uiuro, on uie i airo auu
Vinceunes track by the enr load ofSai bushels
at nine () cents r bushel, or two dollars ami
ivveniy-uve cenis (i sr.j n-r Ion
W eal-n liavea very sii rlor article of .Vut
(.al which we will deliver on track atslxbsn
(Ii.) dollars per car :ui bushels. Parties not
wishing a car load will call iiMin F M Wanton
KiCllth street, between Column-Tin! nml IVuli.
lugton avenues, and U auppli.ut leusnnable
trims. Mr. Want will also dtlivtr this eoal Io
any part ofthoclty lit W Ui rcar low I, mak
this coal coitaliout .V, irtnn. All thermal
usclliv Ihet'.nnil V It. Ii. Is suppllisl from
our mines, and it has no superior In the market,
-iiioit-sn uu oniera lurcoai m
Jas. A. Viall & Co.,
llAniilSHUItp, ILTJ5.
J3l' M. Ward, Kaq., baa U-ninsa'rid will de
Iver lids eoal at 1 Ml -rear Lawltf.
JblQUOB nEAl.KUM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami Retail Dcalsrs la
Foreign and Domestio
LIQUORS
WIXKM OF A I.I. KIMS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIBO, ILLS.
MKSSilf. i-HYTII & CO. luive constantly
a large stock of the lieat good, in the mar
ket, and give csjiccial attention to Ihe iWioliwahi
rancli of the business
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slat Roofers,
jGLNNA., XXjXj.
HooQnrr and Guttcrlug a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any port of Southern
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
uuu iiuwaru,
JobBixB FroatVtlr Dob
.pMifts;i
DANIEL LAMPEKT;"
Fashionable Barber
AND
xn;
in
NORTH SIDE OF EIOHTll ST RE El
Batwean WaahlnaitOB andlOommercla, )
Avenue. 1
-AMW
- a m u
I COAL I
inllefiii
WAMOMR.
Inylor lias returneil from I
-'
nml
known to nm
...
nrc nttliu Ar'
, JJrMr.a. i,0
.i the city
?ne(t.
.w,5 1-Jvt..
i jr
. :al' alK!Hitown rnC
sJOHli'"! .Strt'35rles ycjfordny.
jT HaJ'TIv who has been
THK BIJT ancfiiuPRST WJOOH' tfAri
TJFACTTRED
MANUPACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Fourth Stroot
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker.
SIXTH 8T11EET, Botwcon OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufactures hla own Boras Shoea and
can Assure Oood Work.
n PA TRONAOE SOLICITED
u'lior.KNAi.t: oitoi t.iin.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Iiovee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCI A I. attention given locoiislgnmcnts an I
Ulllug orders
IOAI
Coal Coal,
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
AND
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Ordora for Coal by tho oar-load,
ton, or in hoRshcada, for hhipmont,
promptly attondod to.
lSrTo largo oonsumors and all
nauufaoturors, wo aro propared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or yoar, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITT COAL COMPANY.
s
CJ-IIalllday llro.'s olllce, No. "0 Ohlol.evtc,
CJ-JIniriiluy llro.'s wliurfboat.
ll-At Kgypllau Mills, or
rj"At the Coal Hump, foot ofTlillty-Klght
triet.
..yjl'nst Olllce Drawer, 300.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
ninKtoo ma Oomuarolavl
i at
Ayanuaa, swljoiflinir Hsuatijr'a.
KEEPS ror sale the best Iteef, Terk, Mutton
Veal, Lamb. Sausaje, Ao,, and la pra
prsail U 'orvc fuiullles In no acceiitahle niautier
NO. 57.
lis . lies' hag
been moilernlcly ncllvc. FloiT? Is mov.
Ug nlong about as b.t rcporlcil, with a
' laUl' ' ati'lrr ,MI,r tlma II.,...
ta
HIMINTS.
model
In lhiiltci. ,
country who
fto ,
" fi 1 ,t i'WiiiM, ain, w 1.
insula, that uu ...... ,l.i..... - '
ivllevlnle nuy imlu arriinff'rrutif'Olcu .
Iioneor miiapTir,.,nw....,d ii-... "' . :
!r..,ar;;'."r..'ir"'nr " iy.ii.
T he Uhlir-IViilniir l.lnliuent Is par
ticularly mlapteil loall rarjr ItheillllHINiil.
fffh .ViTfi ,-Y"rn.,;;l.' .'""'I'laa. Npnalno,
llrl .Chlllhlahia, Cu s, Uru ses, slings. Poisons
11, IL'.'Ji' "lack, Pains In tl,. , .;
JJounds. Uceplng si,,,.WK , trftw
llhi'J f niVj U'-Vli Tooth-ache, Head ache
Ulcers, Ohl sores, llroken llreiuts. s,t Sv
p es, store Ihroal. Croiip, Diptherla, ele. 'lhc
..mtVr,l'l'TiC'r!l.I''aln.'',t,'?,.L','ntaur I-lnlmenl
wlllriire) alloriliim It will Wnetlt. It will
"ih1 ,,M.l,'"'""'ruiulles and alliigi
andw I cure : lnrii nml NrnliN without a
scar I he lollow Ing I hula sample of a llious
and similar testimonials 1
., 1,. .Antiocii. Ii.t... Dee. t,M71.
..1-,lr,ydc,,J'forl,l0ni:ll"telHs?n a terrible
siirreier iVom Itlieumatism she has tried many
phys clans and many remislit-s. 'I he onlv tiling
which has u vea her relief Is Centaur Liniment
1 am rejoiced to say this has cured her,
1.1. 1 ,,,xu I'ostmaster."
It la an InillspiitaUe fact that Hip Centaur Uul
i!.rli,".nrt'l"f"rnilnff eer berorc
eireeleil by any preparation in exUtcnee.-llke
J-hronle I lieumallsmofllilrly ) enrm'atniirl.
.'"K" 'l,r'r,lll,'nlnit lingers andloints which hml
Imrns ele 5"' lak,"lhe soreness from
Onedollar. or even llfly cents, lows led In
M;, .a:,.ri,,1",".ll"t"1" Hhln'iich Mhcn
mi iieelili iu orriir. nnd will do more goo.1
than any amount of money pa I J fr medical
attendance. When pliTslclans are called they
fiispienly use lids l.lnlinent, nnd or course
charge several prices Torll.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
iaailaplcil to the tough skin, muscles and flesh of
the minimal creation, lis cfleels upon ecrere
rnsw of fiiavlii. fwitny. Wlnd-linll, Illg.
Ions. " "":v"' llre "le I"' tli.iti marviil
Messrj .1. Jlrt lure ,t Co., Ilnigglta, cor.
Mm ami Prontals . Cliiclnnall. O , say :
are Sffi' 'Stt "Vh"'.!?
5?h we'Vi u'l;;.".' rj ''" ' i2& ks;
7ii.. . . 1,1 ru"r or live dozen
hum' l" owntr" r I'orses m,
nl!!!r TVl"",r.1, Vr llm.inlals describing
r,?0'ra,n"th'cV,'til,l,i' I'oll-Kvll. Illg-
.. .1" V1'" '!"'l. which arc llllle le,
times l-rove woitn twenty
sold everywhere, but preian,l only at die
Ulnratory of.l. II. u0sc A Co.,
11 Dry St., NawYoiiK.
Oastoria.
'row, sickly babies and cluldroi may enlov
y win
thinir.
si food
. .... i- .i. ' I -. .ik.ui.a
11 """imllate the fowl, exiiel
...,;.-?. .1, 1. r..". things. Kor
.......j j, ,11-iit-r exiierimentetl In his
private practice to proiluce ,J emrllve ('alhartla
;, ';" 'rKiiiniorwnicn vvoiiiu 1 as eiiee-
ia."rriTOl,,r " "nl'l"'"'
Thercpiititl,,r ,U ax-rlment enlemleit,
lhjalchiiia anil nurses rapidly udopled hU
reiueily. to which he gave the name of Ch.
lorlrv
l.'nitoriais as ptensmil in I like nilioney.
li-gnhitisi the slomah and laivvela, amldiK-s 110I
griia. Itiaai aptisi (o all ages, contains no
alcholiol, aiiilla iihajolmely luiriilluxN o
theinost teiiilcrlnrunt.
itfauiiV'lt 0"Ct' "" '"" " "ever be
iTfpareu at tlie laiiioruiory
Co. , li I oy street, .New Vork,
of.r. 11, Kosc A
(l)-k'-SI-3VV
?i3tKf3iiin
aaTMI
Will most posltlrcly rurc any case orrhciiiiia
tlam or rhenmalln gout, no matter how long
standing, nn the race of theearth. llelng an to
ward application It does the work riulrkly, thor
ouglilv and iH-rmaneiitly, leaving tne system
' g nnd healthy. Write to any prominent
ijcrsonln M ashlngton City, and ou will leani
hat the nlaira statement Is true In every irtlc-
CO.VDII.VSKII CKItTIKICATKS.
Nalinnal Hole),
Washington, D. O. llecetubcr -', 1871,
Messrs Ilelpheiisllne.t Hen (ley i
(Itiits I very ;ch.rftilly stale that I used I Mi
ning's Itheimutlo Itemed)- with decided tst-tirtlt.
,a.ii..viei'Iii-:ns.
1 1 ,M,'J!l,.Jr. "r '"'u.'ress of ( la .
l'ri'sldi-nllal Jlanslou,
... Washington. D. C, April SI, ItfTs.
Messrs llilpheiistlno A Jlentley:
(ents: hor lliniiast seven years my wife has
been a great suffer from rheumatism, hrriloelora
railing I11 give her relief, ahem-ed threo bottles
Duraiig's liheumatlc ltemedy, and 11 H-imaiient
cure was thu resiit. WM. II. v'UOOK,
"Kxccnllvc Clerk to I'resldeu. Orant. "
Washington, 1. c, MaichS, l73.
In the space of twelve hours my ilieumati.m
was gone, hav Ing taken three doses ofllurana-'s
lllieumalln ltemedy, Myhrolhee - U. Ce- 1
01 iwiiupi, i-u., wascunsi ny u.utli'S for live
JOIISmig'j heii.
MemlierofC
I'rlceone dollar a lKiltle. orsiif.EY
i-oni- iioiiara iKiuie, or all1-" i
s. Ask your druggist for liter!!''!'',,
Itemisly iiiiinufacliirnl by ' t" .
HKl.l'IIKN.VII.NK ,t Illl.Vrt.KV, '-
Hollars.
iiuitio
, 1 .... N. nshlngton, I). C.
"ilu..'". .-ldago. by Van .schaaek
or
levelisoll A Held.
Wholesale Druggists
llMl-vvlv
1 i.uni snillli A Co.
" ''. Cairo. a. ic, akin Chicago
Zi. D. ia eft Co.,
Dealers in
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
lOaCoBawelal Avenue. 0A1 X6, XLU.
13-ThoM favoring, us with their nstrriisfai
seillllad a euniplelu (liieef goods fr; Hi WaUek to
Wlecl,atbvtlom prlctl. K-UrWly.
lend Ihal they will meiiiln broken leg or
.riiilniilr 1,0 1 ,, but even In such eases ll,?y
will reiluce Iheliillaiiiallonanil.topihe iwln.
Nor cm vie gnurcnt.s- the proper mulls where
the IksIv la nnUniivil l.v U I. i.l. w
usi-Cn.torla. Horms, leverieliuess, tee
mil iff!' 0"r,0,ncl'aiidundlgeali
N .Ij
) i
Subfcribe for
aassssssssasaaan
v. , No. i.opcnj 75u . v y
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BKunK uiacK. i
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suin-
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