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A, W. MAT.
OAIUO CITY BINDERY,
A.. "W. PYATO OO.,
BIN1U5RS AND BLANK BOOK
Sullstln Building. Our. Twelfth tree
and Waauitigtoii Ano,
KJ'Countr and Railroad Woik a Specialty j
Oi lUO VObTOFFICE.
ilrricr Hour From 7:30 a.tn. to 6 H0
li.ui.; Hundiy liom 7 intra. li. Money
Older n.lMi a.m. to b:iMi pau.
m. r m.
IU :W) MiM. 'litil 11 K
10 00 (Cairo A inrennr-s
10 On (Cairo, Arkansas A
1 To a K K Dally .
6 no ( Ohl niver Koiit
I Daily dft't Monday
!Mus Hivit Home
Lp. Sun. Tu. Krl
Down, l a Thu Hut
4 Tliel.es llnute (
Krl.UT Hat urlay
U. W. McKbaio. I. M.
' TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAIN IBAVB CAtRO
Wall at M 11 ,p. m Jally.
nmt at -! :' p- m '
Krr'Mlit at 4:00 a in... Kiwpt Sunday.
f ivielit at :.'Mp. III... " "
AHI1IVB AT CAIRO
H.iil at .. 1:41a m Ial1y.
r-xpre u,t. ........... 2:i" p. ni... Except Sunday.
' , '" " " hundey.
rrelgU a'.,.. .-... :'a Hi... " Sunday.
JAMES JOHNSON, Afe&t.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
TIME O A TUP.
Ilris liv Cslrndailv -i 00 p. m.
- nini- arrives at Cairo daily .'v iu.
..fotnnindntirin leaves ( aim daily, ..2 :00 a in.
J. cum '!U'-n arrirn daily (exit
Sjud.v) .11 :00a. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
SJT. XiOUIS I
I III1 trains ' ( tlu rrimpeny concert at St
U. i an. I r't"t. Ijiuii, witb all other
tt to ti.e orlli, taat itud el.
A.li.e lit M 1.01.I.
h to a m
'.. Fa.t St. I. mi M l", a nt
Atriv at airo KOMp.iu
W H. M M IAW.AMI,
1 i Lt aliJ r rnlit A.'tr.t, I tun.
.1. A. WKNT. ItelKlal Pasarnarr Agent.?
.1. AM.I.L, Aarbt ul Cairo
0AIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
TO 'EVANS VILLI!,
47 Miles tho Shortest to
LOUSSTIlir. CISCIWATI SALTMORE
34 Miles tho Shortest to
kiiiaijiis, Fiilslplii Ks? Tcrk
I'Vflt T It UN OK
ALL OTHER KOAHS
Making Sauia Connections,
P.irmicri by other rout to mk
Cor.nei.Ucii must ride all night wait
ing from Olid tu 81s Hours at
wall country stations tor
trail' a of couuevtlnr road.
Rsruenibor that fact and tako our
6:03 a. in- Trauvreaching
lixivli hiiiupolis, Gis:it:iti, Inisrille
Tiai'isloAte auJurrive at Caiio. at follow:
41.il Uavrt . "
Mud " m.
iluitariive 10:Up. 111.
.xwl " V-.V-m. m.
llnuiiKii f.kcta aud rliecti to all lmportaut
t. A. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL,
iwa' liu.A'i. Gnral8up
I.. B. t 11LKCH,
I.IUI OH IIKAI KUH-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and KetaU Dealer! in
A IKS OF AU KIWUN,
No. CO Ohio Lovee,
MESSES. SMYTH A CO. Lav SonatantiT
a lurtr atuck ot lb Iml kooiH iu Uiu ior.
t t, and rivcexpeeial attentiou to I ka tAuolwal
i auub of Uis bumnea
Conmumiioo, that acourge of liumanlty, ia
t UKftul if iv. I ot the human family, In all cuil-
1 ferl runtldoiit tliut I am in iOHeatlon of the
ouly aure, tnfullible remedy now knowu to
t lie iirufe 'uu for the spwdy. poailive cure ot
I hat divail di.eiae, ul ila uuwrleonie roucoui.
itautt, viti Catarrh, Aitliina, lirouchitit, ar
V..UH Irtiilitv, tc, 1 am old fogy. I be.
Iive iu nii-nictue. weoiy-ini ycur eipe
i icnet as a huny pract.'tiouer in ibe butt eon
.m, Im Iiii8iiitald in the old anil Dfw world.
i,iLlit ma the value of m-onrr mcdica tum
.. .ii, ami rnnatitutioua! in ibevupol ihia
freateneiuyofourrac. 1 have Couud it liut
aiu di(re4sin(. 1 atarted eut to lay to thone
auofrlnx with coumuitlon or any of the abova
u.aladie, that y addreaemg me. giving lymp-
....... h mI. all y tint in BOStion Of till
Kimt boon, n iKieut charge, and eball have the
oaueni ol my eaperwnce m inouaauu. vi
M.i.,n...f.iii tntm.t. Villi iiir t icuUri. direc
Hons for nreDaratioa and use. and advlee and
instruction for successful treetiueut at your
iiwi some, will lie rerivd ly you vj reiuxa
Uiall, nan i cuar;, uy auaresaioa:
K. JOHN a. bLBXfTT,
wiUr U7 J.a.rsan lre .ulTU,
A Nation Without Nam.
'i tie fact If, lhnt tlie United Btaten r
remarkable caBe of a great country and
great nation which really li.n no tiatup.
UJiJiy cnoueli. tho sauie mar la ad ot
the other two chief federal states ol the
modem world. One of litem nerer got
a name; the other rot a name only la
uuiet, modern timet, j Iia united tirov.
inee never had a name. What wa there
to call incinr "iioiiand" was too little.
It waA the name ot only one province
out of neven, though undoubtedlv the
jrrentest of tho seven. The "Nether
lands, the "Low Countries"
was too much, the cotifed-
ration did not take in the whole ot the
Netherlands. There was no name which
took in the whole of the teven provino
and nothing beyond them. In their
present Mate as a kingdom they have got
me uaiiiu vi mi' einenanup; but tuat ia
because the kltiifdom at Hrt took in the
whole of tho Netherlands, from which
the kingdom ot Belgium wa. afterward
cut off. Jlut in ordinary sH-ech we are
much more jt to extenJ the name of
"Holland" to the whole king
dom than to give it its more
formul title ol the Netherlands." The
other confederation wni in ettl'tne
the "Old league of High Germany ;"
and though, as early as the time of Philip
ot (.ominlnes, the name ot' the canton of
fcchwyz had come In common me to be
applied to the whole confederation,
though that ue was universal for ev
cral centuries yet Jchw) z, Suig., did
teci tne a form I geographical term
till our own century, ho with the thir.
tet-n colonics In Noith America. Eaih
had its own name, but theru was no
common name. They were the "I'nlttd
States ol America." And they have re
mained more completely without a name
man the oilier confederations, becanaa
no one state has been able, like Holland
nnd Schwyz, in the other two cases, to
"prea'i us name, t uner in .lorm or nrcl
tiary ue, over the whole union. All
the other parts of the conti
nent had t.ieir several names.
This part had none. 'the
nunie ol the continent ltselt has, there
fore, tor all but one class cf purposes,
become the name of the United States
only. It we oppose "America" to "Can
adian" or 'Mexican" it is gcorphlcallv
like opposing " European ' to "English"
or French;" but everybody know
perfectly well what is meant.
I ins curious limitation ot the Ameri
can name is. of course, the result ot the
political independence of tho United
Mates. No one would have so annlled
it before their quarrel with the mother
country; no one, indeed, would have ap-
pueu tue name to an' one out tne ortgi
iml Inhabitant of the continent. Eu
ropean coionl-ts were Englishmen,
r rein liuitn, MaDlarU-, settled in Amer
ica. They were not Americans. An Lng-
nn coioiiftii oi v esiey s uay no more
counted himself an American than to
use Lord Macatilav's comparison Swift
i minted himself au Irihtnaii, or that an
r.nfUsiuian bom In India counts himself
a Hindu. Wet-ley 'a votaries among the
eoloni'is might have julned him in Ms
prayer lor ttie dark Americans without
Us coining Into their heads that it implied
the eiipiirfct reikction either on their
l iilh or on their i-kins.
It would be worth while to trace out
what iimy be the course of nomenclature
In the other Engl'sh colonies, especially
if any of them ever separates from the
mother country. "Canadian" is a rec
ognized name. 'Austrian" is cot. We
tpeak of Australia, Australian colonists,
and many more phrases of the kind,
lint we should hardly rail an English
colonist in Australia an "Australian."
Mill hss should we call h English na
tive ot New Zealand a New Zealander.
Vet the rareful application of the word
Maori to the native race eecms to look as
if a time mitchf come w hen all the inhab
itants of New Zealand should call them
selves New Zealanders. At the same
time, the name is a very awarkward one
tar, more awkward than Canadian,
Australian or American.
J. H. Ml LKIV, D. T. UlNZUAB, J. M. Lamhham
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: Commercial Avenue. St office of
Lini Ksr A Lanadtu 4-;,-Jm
run pirate copy.
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Roda, Pumps, Stores
JofcMa Proantly Dana.
iflLOl UTIONIST'S JOUItNAL gives choic..
U n atan laid andnew i ieces It'r profession
al and amateur readers and speakers, school ex.
hibition. and Interesting articles on appropri
ate eubjeets. Junt the tliintr wanted. Ijagu
sie, 1" Of nn. of any newsdealer or by mail.
JUSsE HASH. V A CUr! U Nassau st. N. Y
Chartered by the
fctate of Illinois
for tlie eiprt.s
aumose oi KIVIUI
'Jiir.TuA Immediate relit
n an rr rlvi. chranic. and urinary dl
eease in all their complicated forms. It is weU
known that Dr. James has stood at the bead ol
ih. m.ruiimi fi.r ih,uuit 30 vears. Aceaiid
exiierienoeareall-iuipoiunt Hcnslual Weak,
neaa, night losses by dreams, pimples on the
riuui UiMt minluvul. un ivnillielv tie cuieed
Ladies wanting tlie most delicate attention, call
or write. I'leasant bom for patient. A book
fcr the million. Alarriag Guide, whlcb tell
you all about tbeae diseaaaswho should marry
why not 10 cents to pay postage. lr. Jaoiea
has so rooms and parlor. You see do one but
thedoutor Umcebours, V a.m. to 7 pao. Sun
days, lo to is. All business strictly conndeu-
a. -m -aw-iT
M r rarani usinr our w(
urma. iiuv s ii. i
HIlJ to U..l Auuu,u ........ ...
u. J.u uj- .' i.vl(i, s.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. APRIL 21 1877.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
5,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
t&"To large consumers and all
aaanufacturers, we are prepared
tn annnl v nnv niiantifv. K tha
tnonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAXR0 CXTT COAL COMPACT.
ry'Iialll lay Bro.'a oflne, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
trualtiday Bro 's whariXoat.
t J"At Kiryptian Mills, or
1-At the Coal Dump, foot ef Thlrty-KUbtb
tJ-ront Qdlce Drawer. .if!.
rOBTT TEAK BLreSft t UK I'lULIU.
DE. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance u pale and
leadcn-coloioJ, w ith occasional
flushes, cr a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull; the pupihdilate; an azure semi
circle runs along tlie lower eye-lid;
the noie ii irritated, suvlls.and some
times bleeds; aswcllinjof the tipper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secreiion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometime orac iotis, with a
gnaw ing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone; fleeting pains
in the siom.vh ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out tlie abdvnen ; bowtte irregular,
at times cortivc ; stool slimy ; not
unfrequenlly tihgt-d with blood;
belly swollen at-1 haid ; urine tut
bid; respiration o j ionailjr diiti
cult, and accoiiipatiid by hiccough ;
uneasv and di-.tuibcJ sleep, with
grinding of the tc.th ; temper varia
ble, but gcntr.ill) luitable, &:c.
Whenever the above sunptoms
are f.'jiid to ti-.t,
DR. C. MVLANK 5 VI'.RMIFUGE
Will cert.tii.iy efi:ct a cure.
IT DOES NOT CVNlAi:; MERCVRV
n any form ; it is an innocent prepa-
rat ion, not iafal'.e cf djing the slight
est injury tj Hi .vj t.u.tcr infant.
The genuine I)k. Mf Lane's Ver
mifuge bear the sigiiJiuies of C.
ah Lane and f llmini L'ku;. on the
dr. c. m;lancs
These Pills are not leeoiunicudiid
as a remedy for "t. 11 tho ills that
nosh H heir to, but in uilectioiis oi
the Liver, nud in u 1 bilious Com
plaints, Dy.-pen-i;t and Sick Head
ache, or tii3.is.t.s ot that cuaraoter,
they staud without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No bettor cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui-
As a timnta mtrsative thev are
BEU'AHE OI' IMITATIONS.
Tlie centime aie never suirar
Each box hail a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr..
AmjASKti Ltvr.it 1'ILLS.
Each wranner bears thesicnature.i
of C. MVLane and Fi.eminu Bnos.
Hold I)V all l'i-Slll i't:llil. rlruiriristjt
and country storekeeper ccneraily.
English Brussels, Three Ply and lngrata
also. Stair Carpets, Velvet ltug, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
113 FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpeta carefully parked and tent to an
part of the United htatoi free of charge.
j a, bkndall
TluairsUt work fTA
Lit UAaUTiad aVlAii IliavTei
naJcarCc an tka mi tunic
of tU msusJ syalatu, iu ;
u., Uu4 dieuvtri a list
M 0 mm mm Mioe oi rtfaauctiuui buw m
Iwtnilj uwv " eWatTkiJ rlut. MalM4 iWiAl
yuung Aud uiiiid.fi aat,4 avbuuU n4 prrervt) ut i
tuiiAtauiia liafuniAAvltom. wklvh nu oao cab aifuM ui b maLm
it ua ko iu prater. Ut itli, Ba4 iuplemliM. A
!it HI ssuris ctu-esj uie ireanucei va wimm vuaj ei
alt In Maiiwe (lend (u tu Vwrlii. Friu Mm
IaMsU- Tu ftuUstar uij I euDsultoJ ptrsulwlaf
1 OB BI QMHt lUbmil SWHIUHWU IU Bta WWa-attsJJBJBB
.id Mjrthir.. I iblt lfctutl an
tp. -0.1 nil. l unrji. uujiue.u-il..
w . izi f. r n k- ari jr i-uti-
. -a-- -v -v
Ul IU III
i, Bilatlm SulldLlxvar. Oemet TwelftJ fjtvoat svnd
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatloael Baak Bailding, ap-ttalri.
The Oldeat SaUbUahe4 Aftiey In 8owtb3
srn Atunoia, rapTMABuna; sin
85 000 000 '
Th Southern Hotel burned d own, and
yet how many people carry tuelr own
tisk. Go tt ones to lUnre Wnlli ll.r.l
Agent, and have Tour property lutured at
I f IV 1 T I, ITU
The Iom of
In thU terrlnle St. Loals Are was gTeat.
Obtain a Life Insuranon Pnllr t nn
ttnee one-tenth ot all tbe deaths In the
cnnu mate it me result of accident.
This ia no
Story put forth for the occasion, but is
taken from tabular stteinenU, the reliabll-
MlllTllle Mutual, . 1,440.000
Union, of Phila. - - 860,000
Fireman' ofDaytou " - 420,000
New Kngland Lutual Life, 37.700,000
Illlnola Uaaon'a Benevolent boolety
CENF.RAL lNSl'RANCE AQtNT.
Kshs bat Nnnauf an1 Honest Voin
orriCE-In the Alsxiuter CouotyBauk,
CHARTERED MARCH 81. 1808.
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A B "ArrORD, President.
9 8 TATLOB, Vice President.
W. alTiLOP, Seo'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Baaclav, Cba. Galiuhbb,
r. M . Stocktljctb, PaclU. flcuca.
H CcnrxiKuHAM. II. L. Hax-lioay,
sJ. it. PaiLLira.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate of ail
percent, per annum, March 1st and 8sptsin-
jur i. miermi not wiioarawn is aiaea imme
1 lately to tbe DrinciDal of tlie denubiu. tli.ruLv
ri viii thkin comnound intrrest
Harried Women and Children may
jjepoaii money ana no one
else oan draw it.
Open every business day rroniDa.m. to S p.m
mi Satunlay eveniuss for savuurs JeiMrfiu ouif
torn e to i o'clock.
W. HVSLOP. Treasurer.
Broas, Prenldent. H. Wtlls, Cahier.
Xefl. Tic rres t. T. J. Kerth, Asst. abi
Owrner Commercial Ava andSt Street
I'. Nell, Cairo. Wui. Wolfe.' Cairo.
A . Suaauka, Cairo. K L. Blllincsluy . t. I.ouls
K lln.lar. 1'j.ir.i H Will.,
'. 11. Rrtnkroan, ot! Louis',
J. V. Cletuson, Caledonia.
V Ueaeral Banklns; Bnalnea Doiie.
UExchanre sold and bmihf lntnf nuld
n ins BavinKS Uepartnient.
nd all business iiroiuutlv attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - ilOO.000
Vi. P II ALU DAY .President .
ULENBY L. UALUDAY, VioePrcsl.
A. H . 8AEFOKD, Cshier.
W AI Tl- tt HYULOP. Ass't Cashier.
8. 8TAATS TATLOB, R. IT. CtT XKiiHAM.
II L. Hali.idat. W. P. llllt.n.. '
U. D. WlLUAJISON, 8TBP1IBJI XIjup '
Exchange, Coin end United States
uuus nouauv suu ouia,
"pvJ-POSITS received and a general banklns
kii Ciij Commercial Callege
St. Louis, Mo.
IH08. A. RICE, A. V. L. I, B.,
iad. nws, a. as.,
I. U. HUHWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLAHSHIPJ S8I 00
usi ueniyteie, iuoruurii ani rractla
f-Auru Of Ktillt la tllM I'lliltoH &l.u, m
course iDuispensioie iu yuuag inan sm
barking on the aea ol life.
For Xllutratsd Circular,
ThiOI. A. BK'k", A.
Dealer in Fresh Meal
Between Waen.ln-ton and .Comma ret a
venuea, adjolalnej Uanny'a.
KEEPS for sals th. beat Beef, Perk, Motto
Veal, Imb, faueefre, Ao . and is pn
el U erve fatnilie la an acoeoubl mr r
TTNEST Plaa Tnnin n
F In tiro World. j)K FOH IT.
J TAKE NO OTHER.
"OWl 15 PLt O.
tHE FIOIEEI TCIAMO CO. IROOIim. I. '
VrONDKBJtVL ST700SS 1 26,000
DESCRIBED AND ILLU8TB tTED
Sold in so days. It being th only complete loir
price work (.78 y-gn only ti Mi), treating of
tbe entire history, Krand buildings, wonderful
exhibits, curiosities, great days, et: t illustra
tiel. and 11 cheaper than any otber. everybody
wants it. One new airent Cleared Ao in lour
'Mkn. A.IRIO aiPnf H-nntvl N.n4 milrll l,ir
proof of above, opinions of officials, clergy and
prr, sample pages, lull description, and extra
iwnis. UCIIbUUi liUUi. Pub., 4 La ball
Ka S kl rm. Ill
f itjftflM Be-wiss of falsely claimed official
stsesi ana woritues books- bena tor proof,
D a week La vour own town. Tprma anil
000 tioutflt fiee. H.11ALLETA CO.,Port-
C Extra, Fine Mixed Cards), with name
aW 1U ct., pott paiU. C JUSIS A CO.,
Nassau, N. Y.
C. C. Beers, M. D. (formerly of Boston) has a
harmless cure for intemperance, which ran be
giveu witbout tbe knowledge of the oatient.
Also one for the
Permanent cures guaranteed In both. Send
for evidence. Ask druggists for it. Address
, liEERa A CO., Blrmlngbam, Conn.
in 477 s M'ka Ag.ntt. 10 OCTITT
a day at bnm. AKcnts wanud. Outfit
ana tcrmi in. I uc t. A CO., Augukta,
I'iNo matter how sligblly disabled.
.iarnaA. ...1.1 1 . 1
'1,,'i'iiici-, mw imu. autici aim
circuUr free. T. McMicbael, any, 77 Sansom
st. Phils. Pa.
EXTRA FIXE CAKDH. no two .like,
with name, lOc-te. J. U. MAUDE It.
Maiden Bridge, N. Y.
ft in 9fl pr day at borne. Samples worth
$3 lO AWifree. bUNSON A CO., Port
Oil A DAY. How to maae It. Somethintr
tAA new and saleable. Address COE. YONtit:
ft CO. 6th and Walnut sti. 8 t . Louis Mo.
OA MIXED with name 1V. Sample
"Wfor 3C, g,amp. C. B. LINDLEY A CO.,
Nassau, N . Y.
rpo ADVERIISKRi. send for our Local
List of newspapers Sent free on application.
GEO. P ROWELL A CO., t Park Row New
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetewn, Evans-
1 , T ,11- S a.
Vilie, AJUUlBVUlt), lUUlUUtill
and all way landings.
Tbe eltgant slda-wbeel steamer
Aaltxb B. Pbmninotok..
H AULAS I AHMNiilOX
Will ltsve Cairo every WEDNESDAY ale
o'clock n. m.
Tbe fleet steamer
Ciw Howard Master
En. Tuomas , ..Cierk
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with first-class steamers for St. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at EvanevUle witb
lb E. A C. K. H. forallpoinUNortband Last,
andwitbthe Iuisville Mail Sleamere fohall
points on Uie I'pper Ohio, giviug tnrougb re
ceipts en freight and passengers to aU point
r or urnier iniorniaiion appiy in
JAMES BIOU1, Passenger Agent.
HAI.UDAYBKOS., I Au
J. M. PHiLUPS, Agenv.
Or In G.J.GUAMMER.
duHriutendent and General freight Agent,
I'l-O-iU-l . af.iui in. iuBwu.1
Makiiood! Womanhood! MakriaokI
Impediments to Marriage; the caust
and cure. Sent tecurcly nealtd, post
paid for to cents, by Dr. C. WniTTtra,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great specialist. Read hi work.
aSQOCi Can't oe maae Ty every en
P999 every month in the busiues w
furnish, but thou willing to work can easily
tarn a doii n dollars a day right In their own lo
calities. Have no room to explain nere, Busi
ness pleasant and honorable, Women, boy
ud girls do well as men. W will furnish
you a comolete outfit free. The busiues pays
Utter iban anything else. We will bear ex.
oeus of starting you. Particular free. W
....1 i,-urii-a and muchanics. their Sou
snd daughters, aud all classes in uued ol payig
anrk -i imme. ihnuld writ co u and le rn as
tbout His work at ouce. Now Is ih time
oa' I delay. Aiiaisss iau a iu. aukui
STEATTON & BIED,
A0NTS AMKBIOAW ?OWD CO
lT Ohio Isavee.
n Illustrated Monthly of
Popular Literature. Science, and
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877.
The numhr In. t.n... , i. .....
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