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JjILril 1 I kVeed. only fl. Addrna
X Laulel F. Hsattv. Washln.
toa, N. J,
work til iprlnc and tumtiier. For pmkular ad
dreae J. C SIiCL'ItUVA CO.. Philadelphia. Pi.
THE RELISH OPTHK WORLD.
SOLD BY ALE GROCERS.
Geo. Woods & Co.'s
Iji iiiKllfi lor
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful .Musical Effect
Strength and Durability !
Beauty of Design
They will outlast all common, cheap Organs,
while their musical and me hanlcal quilitie coin
muud them to ill Mho wish a strictly hint jfradr
Atri'iits wanted in tliU vicinity.
(fEO. WOODS CO.,
Double P.one Corset.
ir iniiic wtihTwo Hows of Bones,
pluiid one upon the oifn-r. on f It
ide ar viiiti It double str upth and
lailliity. and will positively nut
break iiown on lh ald-.
N-nt bv mall on f c pt of ' "
I). LKI i Kit A CO., ClilraL'U. III.
500,000 Acres iJillIUo
ON THE I.INKOFTHK
WISCONSIN CENTRAL K. Pi.
Fur full particular. hlch ill be sent t r. addn-
L'iiAItl.KS L COI. HV.
Land t'onmlssionrr, M ilwsuk. c. W1-.
$ AXU fPWAHIH .-Parltce with limited rap
J Ital desiring to bei ome Interested lu Mining
enterprises, at bottom fU'iires. please send address
fur free prosp-ctus U JO-IAU KLtTl HKK. r.J
liruadttay, N Y. city.
10 OOfl CAKl'ESTKIt an- now using our Sev,
1V,JJ'I Machine i Kile if ail kiwis
Price fJ ' end your address on Post l ' aid fur
our Illustrated ciruilnr. E. HOT 1 1 A HKo , .Si w
Orfurd, Adams ( u . I'a.
',vn.., lfi.il I.enrn Telepraphr! Ksrn pi
J"llll" ( jinn a month. Graduates
guaranteed paying onVrs
Ilr.Mi., Jauesvlllf, Win.
J !"r) " A V UK ud expanses u.
Slid ilf nt" Outfit free Addre-s. P.
V o. VICKEItV. Aniraita. Maine
(I a year to agent, and cipcne f 'I Outfit
free. Addra r at l.o.,Augiii'iA..iii
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM!
CF LYNM, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'3
For aU Female Complaints.
Thl priratlnn, a It nama nlffnlflo, toiuliu of
Vegetable rropcrttvn that art bannlnw to the moat del
cat Inraud. l'lon one trial the merit of thl Com
pound will Im roc'VnlBxt. a relief la Immediate j and
when It im Is otmtlnued, In ninety-nine can In a hiin.
drw!,apemianmtoreUeffirtd,athnand will t.
tlfy. On account of It proren merit, It li Uwly re
enramended and prp'rllxxl by the beat physicians In
It will cure entirely the worst form nf falling
of the uterus, Lrurorrho-a, lm-ffiilsr and painful
Venetraatlon.allOrarlanTronhlm, Indaramatlon and
Ulceration, Floodlngs, all Irlnplaeementa and the con
sequent iplnal weakness, and 1 ieclally adapted to
the Chang of Ufa, It will dissolve and exvl tumor
from the uterusln an early sUre of deTelnpmrnt. Tha
tendency to cancerous humor there Is checked Tery
peedlly by It use.
In fact It haa prnred to be the jreat
est and beat remedy that ha er been dlaoorer
ed. It permeate erery portion of the system, and gl?e
new life and rigor. Kremorea falntnesa,flatulpncy, da
troyaallcraTtng f or stlmulsnts, and relieve weakness
of the stomach
h euros Dloallng, tleadachni, Nenrou Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
festlon. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, la always permanently cured by
Iuum. ItwUiatutinM-il,nduDI,((r(lU clrrumstan
c, act In harmony with tha law thai goverua th
For KldneyComidainta of either f till compound
Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I prepared at M and Western Avenue, Inn Mas.
Prica r 00. Six bottle for tMKa Sent by mall In tha
form of pill, also In tha form of Uiasnirea, mi receipt
of pilot, 11.00, per box, for cither, Hn. PUOCIlAM
fratly answer all latter of inquiry. Bend for nam'
phlet Address as ahor JfmKoii tars pnprr.
No family ahotddba without LTDIA B. PINK BAM'
IJVnt PIIJA They mra Constipation, CUiousnaat
and Torpidity of tbaUvsr. V sent par box,
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
VhoH' itifttui for LTDIA E, PINRHAMH
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
iriar muminh fMoNuari iicmiu).
l.Hrrnjt Cirrrulation ot any Daily in
Only Mom iiiar Daily in Koutbfrn Illlnoig.
Hannah Binding Shoes.
I'm r Imio IIiiiiiihIi,
Pit Miim" at th wltiilnw, hliidiiix ahiMti.
HIIiImk, stlii liliiK, in a iniiuriiful iiiuhu,
Hi'lMhK'yiMl Ix-uiilyunw wittahn,
When tin1 IiIihiiii wua on tbc In;
Hprlujr bihI whiter,
MuntiMh'a at the window, IiIihIIiik tboin.
Not a ni'lKlilxir,
I'HMslnir ihmI or HiiMWiT will n-fuw,
To hir whiNN-r,
"In thont (nun tho flohfr any new?"
h, hi r henn a udi ift wltb ono
On mi I'liilli'sa vi.vHirc koiic!
Mhl iind tnornliiK,
Himnub'l at the window, tdnditiK nb'K-s.
Knit' yoimir lliniiiiih,
lieu, th iinliiiriit fl'ti'T, KMily wihw;
Hail utid i lnvcr,
Fi.r a willinif rnurt tind hiind be mm.
Muy-ility skin hi-o all Hxlow,
And the wiivck aro iiuiffhliiK o
Kor hor wifldinK
lliinniiU Iravfo hrr window and b'T ahrx'f
Muy la piiHitliiK;
'Mid the tipple iHiiivhs a plirmn cons,
For the mild a.iiilhwrtr.r riilwhii-f tirowt.
Itniitid tho rK ks of MarhlchoHd,
i mtwiird honnil.a n hiK'Hi'i -l;
MuiMiuh's lit the window, binding h'H-s.
"l is N'ovi'inU r,
Now no trm hi-i wmImI rh ks t-dow.
Nut b anil returning- will shi- low.
W'blTliit( horii lT, "Kishrrnien,
I f it ( you, havp you hr'iird of Jk'itr"
(Hd with wati'hlriK,
Hiinnab'aal th- window, binding abnea.
nitii h and ti-i' Ihc niwH i-bore fbe vlewg,
Twi nty M'Hwiiis!
Never n-bu hnnighl her any news.
Still tn'1' dun ( mleiitly
Cbaj the white mils o'er the sea:
MnM l-, fuithful,
llHiiiiHh'a ut theHindow, In riding sh'K-a.
How it Worked.
NVw Vmk lirupb.i'.
Ou t tie lt nf Januurv lxstyear I
frame.! a nerie.s nf jiniliiiiiiory resolu
tions fur tin; nii (ise nf siii)i-L'.sirio; my
.small vices nf ilritikin ami smoking
w ith llie follcwin"; results:
From Jantian 1 to U, Ihmo I kept
them ail, bill hist tell poiimU weight
January H0 Modilieil resolution
ayiinst siimkitij;. Allowed myself one
cijrar per ilim.
Kehni.uv 1 Modified resolution
a'aint drinking. Allowed myself one
l:ts laer per diem.
Feliruarv 1H Extra wcasion. Stis.
M iideil rule.s for I lie day. Visit from
old friend. 'J' wo irijjars and 1 it ties of
Mareh :t Amendment to this consti
tution. '1'wo liLHses lajror per day.
March 'J AuolliLraiueudineiU. Two
cigars per day eitel: .Saturday.
April:' ("ndi'il ti the constitution..
Houht bottle liraruly to keep in the
Iniuse. Had principle to lit? without bran
dy. IW-ibility of sickitess at nijrht and
no drugstore nearer than three blocks.
Ite-ddes tiie baby is teethino;.
April fi There ha.s been sickness in
my hoiiselidlil. The brandy is half
April f -M. in- sickness. The brandy
is all yuiie. Th rules were suspended
dtirinjr the exodus.
April 'J'l have been considering
this matter of total Kbstinenee from
ma!l vices with myself, and have come
to the conclusion" tint the sudden
changes are attended with danger. Have
increased my allowance of beer to three
lases per dieui.
May 1 - And two cigars.
Mav b Passed an ncl to amend an
act relative io my n-soluiion per diem
of beer. lln re:isi.'i allowance to four
glasses per tliciu.
May '.'' Au extra day. This must
be counted out. Had no known cause
for increasing my allowance of lager.
Hut did it. Nature ha.s mysterious
moods. This has been one of thum.
May 20 It's no use trying to work
this thing up any longer for 1880. I
shall resume and suspend further ab
stinence until 181. I am yet young.
There is time enough.
Colonel McClure, of the Philadelphia
Times, who recently called upon tho
widow of ex-President Polk at Nash
ville, thus speaks of the venerable lady:
"Although the .storms of four-score
j ears have fallen upon her, she is yet
cheerful as a lass of twenty, and her
smile is us natural and as free as it
could have been when it was lavished
upon the generation that is now forgot
ten. The brown curls of her youth are.
yetfanltlessly imitated on her finely-cast
forehead, and her turban crown of
black with tho widow's silver lining
gives her the. appearance of a geniiil
ami well-preserved damn of sixty sum
mers. Her step is firm; hrr eyes are
scarcely dimmed by the long lapse of
more than patriarchal years, and her
memory is unabated. She does not toler
ate in conventional wav the many tres
passers upon her time, lint she greets all
with queenly dignity, and yet with that
generous welcome that makes every
visitor mark his visit us one of tho fade
less memories of life. She is glad to
have the stranger even us her guest, ami
she talks of both the past and tho pres
ent with a degree of interest, intelli
gence, ami freedom from the common
weaknesses of age, which charm every
class of listeners."
An Italian writer, criticizing tho va
rious managers of Italian opera in the
United States during tho last twenty
years, says that Jacob Gratulied broken
hearted from having deserted Itallnn
opera for, French opera bonffc; that Ma
retzek, once Myled tho Napoleon of
managers, met his Waterloo in St. Louis
a few years ago, where his company
went to pieces; and that Strakosch, tho
Napoleou HI. of malingers, recently
met his Sudan at New Orleans, whore
hn gavo "grand English opera" io
empty benches at tweiity-tivo cents per
ticket without extra charge for reserved
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKNiyp, MARCH
W. C. AND L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Usui to Ik Inlflrtttt of tho Cairo Public Library
MEN, WOMEN AND HOOKS.
The regular meeting of the Cairo Auxil
iary Modal Science Association will lie
held at the residence ot Mrs. II. H. Candee
Tuesday evening, March 2ath. A full at
Thb Illinois Social Science Association
has, this year, besides paying its current
expenses, paid the entire deficit on the ex
penses of last year; and it is hoped it may
before long see its way clear to enlarge the
Journal, tho necessity for which bt comes
more and inoro apparent. Social Science
Tug resolution prepared by the commit
tee ou political economy, of the I. S. S. A.,
recommending au amendment to the con
stitution of Illinois, providing that women
having the tpialiflcations prescribed by tho
constitution for male voters, shall have the
lame right as they to vote on school ques
tions and for school ollicers,' was intro
duced into the senate February 11, by
Senator I;wis, of Ottawa, and has been re
ferred to the committee on education.
Til r three great biographies of the year:
Reminiscences of Thomas Carlisle, by
James A. Fnmde.
The Memoirs ot Prince Mctteruiih, edit
ed by his son, Prince Richard Metternich.
The Life and Iz-ttc re of John T. Dclane,
by Sir George W. Dussrt.
Davkspoiit, March 21. Mrs. I. J. Ely,
of New York, has given Griswold college
in this city .0.0CK) for a residence fur Prof.
Harris of the Divinity school. Her hus
lamd gave ;'0,0no ten years ago to endow
the Ely chair, occupied by Prof. Barris, and
afterwards gave the late Bishop Lee Jl.i.OUO
for the cathedral which the bishop built at
au expense of nearly f 100,000.
Miss Claka Bell, the English translator
of Ebers's novels, is the translator of A tier-
bach's new novel, "BriiMtta."
Mks.Hei.es Kksdukk Johnson, wife I
of Mr. Rofsiter Johnson, imH edited "Our
Familiar Songs, and those who made
tli m." It contains three hundred songs of
English, Scotch, Irish and American ori
gin; the music as well as the words being
CAMBKIDOB t'NI VEKSITV.
The largest vote ever recorded in the
senate of Cambridge University has con
firmed the report and tecommendation of
the syndicate appionted to consider certain
memorials relating to the encouragement
..r l . i .
oi mailer euucauon oi women. A crime
was threatened, but all is well that ends
well; and the advantages of university edu
cation ate now formally attainable by wo
M0TAIC.NK.-STIIIF.NT LIFE OF TIIE fiKEVT
He was only six years old when he was
sent to the college of Guicnnc at Iiordeaux,
an institution of mark, in which the human
istic culture must have reigned supreme, it
we may judfc'c from thu names of the teach
ers William Gucrcnte, the aristotelian;
Muretus, the classic Latiuist and rhetori
cian, and our own George Buchanan, the
hurtorian and Latin poet. At college he
lost his familiar acquaintance with collo
quial Latin, but largely extended his pri
vate rending in classical authors, but this
only by a breach ot schixil rules in which
he was wisely encouraged by his masters.
At the early age of i: he had accomplished
his college course, and although be after
ward studied law it cannot be said that he
hail any special instruction after he was a
boy outside of his professional reading.
Had it not been for the wise connivance of
his masters, which enabled him to make
acquaintance with the literature of Rome,
he would have ''brought away from college
nothing but a hatred of Imoks, as almost
all our young gentlemen do." His father
was satisfied with the result of his school
life, "for the chief things he expected
from the endeavor of those to whom
he had delivered me for edu
cation was affability of manners ami good
humor." Montaigne was to speak the
truth, idle and desultory, and he would be
the first to admit it. Ho also complains
that ho had "a slothful wit that would go
no faster than it was led, a languishing in
vention, and an incredible defect of memory,
so that it is no wonder," lie adds, "if from
all these nothing considerable could be ex
tracted." Hu was incapable of sustained
effort and of taking much trouble about
anything, nor could it bo said that with all
the leisure at his command he was ever
master of any subject ; ho had "only nib
bled," he himself says, "on thu outward
crust of sciences, and had a little snatch of
everything ami nothing of the whole."
Even of Latin ho was not a master, and
Scahger speaks with contempt of his
scholarship to which, however, Montaigne
never made any claim. His Innumerable
classical allusions and quotations were,
however, tho genuine fruit of his own read
ing; but he read not as a grammarian or
philosopher, but as a man of letters. "I
make no doubt," he says, with his usual
naivete, "that I ofton happen to apeak of
things that aro much letter and more
... J ,
H () I
truly handled by those who are masters of
the trade." "Whoever will
take me tripping in my ignorance will not
in any way displease me; for I should be
very unwilling to become responsible to
another for my writings, who am not so to
myself, nor satisfied with them. Whoever
goes in quest of knowledge, let him fish tor
it where it is to be found; there is nothing
I so little profess." Anain, "I could wish
to have a more perfect knowledge of things,
but I will not buy it so dear as it will cost.
My design is to pa.g over easily, and not
laboriously, the remainder of my life.
There is nothing that I will cudgel my
brains about; no, nut knowledge of what
price soever. I slo not bite my
nails about the difficulties I meet with in
my leading, and after a charge or two I
;ive them over. " Continuation and
a too obstinate endeavor darken, stupefy,
and tire my judgment." Fraser's Maga
Before you begin your heavy siirinii work
after a winter of relaxation, your system
-needs cleansing and strengthening to pre
vent an attack; ot Ague, Bilious or Spring
Fever, or some other Spring sickness that
will unfit you for a season s wwrk. You
will save time, much sickness and L'reat
expense if you will use one ixittlc of Hop
Hitters in your family this month. Don't
wait. Burlington Ilawkeye.
Value of a Dollar.
You never know the value of a dollar
until you try to borrow one, and you never
know the true value of Spring Blossom,
until you're doubled up with BilUis Colic,
lmligestion or Constipation, and vou try it.
Prices: $ 1 ; .7) cents, and trial battles 10
A WONDERFUL DISCOVER'.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that lead to it, such as stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, bay
lever, sstnina, pain in the side and chest,
iry hacking cough, tickling in the throat.
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat and lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal
and has established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leading physicians
recommend and use it in their practice.
The formula from which it is prepared is
nigniy recommemieii iy all medical jour
nals. The clergy and the press have com
plimented it in the most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle
free of cost, or a regular size for $1. For
sale by Geo. E. O Hara. Druggist, Cairo,
Lydia E. Pinkh.-.m's Vegetable Com
pound, the great medicine for the cure of
all female complaints, is the greatest
strengthener of the back, stomach, nerves,
kidnevs, urinary and genital organs of man
and women ever known. Send for circu
lars to Lydia E. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.
Ecleciric Oil Paracrnpher.
Some young surgeons when accidents hap-
In order their great skill to show,
Cut the leg off close to the thigh,
When they only should cutoff the toe;
Like cutting off a dog's tail by the ears,
Or the skinning alive of the frog,
It is all very well as a surgical case,
But devilish tough on the dog.
I is mucii Detter tiy lar when you re
Or have either Cut, Bruise or Bum,
To find EclectricOil is the very best thing,
And it won't take you long so to learn.
HT K.AM HO AT
At J'hil Howard' old Hand.
TUB hkstokfkksii meatok all, kinds
J always ou haud in lnrirc n nai, titles, and ann
ulled to atenmhoRts at all hours. John ttladc, well
knnwn to river mm, will ho found ahoiird all boats
to take orders lor nit at.
pOLl'MIU'S, HICKMAN. NEW MAD-
RID AAl) TIPTONVILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
I.crvi'S Cairo every Mntidnv and Friday for thu
hIiovb points. For fnduhl or passage apply at No.
Icavlni! Cairo every duy, except Sunday, at follow
ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
SMNO. S. HOPKINS
ON WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
aili H. T, DEXTER.
ON THURSDAY AND MONDAY.
JAM K.H HKIOH raaaanirer and tlckut
aiii nt. omfeconier nitn and uhloUveH. Tick
eta tsld to all points Eusl by rlvor and rail.
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by PAUL (I SCHUJI, lUIKOilL
iiJU Lr ,jji J5LUTIHES:: ::
W 1 Jj
WoiiTii Its Wekjht in Gold.
IT POSITI VELY CTJHES
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES.
COL (HIS, CROUP
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCIIUH, Druggist,
Dyes. Fur brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 cento.
I Used and approved by the leading PHYSI-tfy p
CIAJJS of EUROPE and AmKLCAfYi n
fi The most Valuable w'-Sjf I 1 i! fx
m PHrniiv rnmnnw mi n.i. .1 ,st s s a A m m m m
1nnun VI t 1 ltl II J
SETW DISEASES, EHEUMATISX.
CATAiBH, HEMOEBHOIDS, Etc. Also for
Conehs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
Try them. 5 and SO cent sizes
CBAD nr.DA.1. AT TIIK PIlILADEI.PIII.i i:I'OsilTION.
DILVEtt MEDAL AT TUfe PABIS
For sale hy ( Jleinlerson. Cain), Illinois.
Meiidelssolm Piano Co.
Will make, for the next 60 daysonly, a Grand Offer of
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
SJlnO Square Grand Piano for only 925.
STYLE !i M-f"i,lr''"Ki'"w'o'l . rli'nantly flnUhid, 3 strlnps 7 l- Octave full tatcnl
,.rm.ntO,M ... t "ufUB,e aurB ,ir " I'""'" -vr.tri.n f rale, beantilul cam-d lejn a'd lyru bvV
. Z ,1 ? fn 1 UrfB 'Dt's I,"""llDK rol""l full Iron Kranif. Freoch Oraud Action, Graid Ha".
KaddBd L'ry un,rm'n,l'"t Mhlrh cnn ln "u -Tl lo " perfrctlon of lb instrument baa
'?Cu"r.,l?rl(:u f"r'nl,, Inttriiinent lioxed and doiiviri'd on board the ram at New York CO 4 (t f
Willi llnf l'lann Covnr, Stool and Hook, only C-'xO.UU.
Una I'laiio will nv st nt on test trlnl. 1-1. axe si-nd n fi rt tici' li von do not send money with order. Cah
Kent with ordi r w II hu rt'fiiiided aim freight rbiirt-i-s iaid hv us both ways II Hsno Is not lust a rep.
nssimti'd la this HilviTliMiitieiit, Tliousauda In use. Ki-ud for Catalnvue. Evrry liisliiina'iit lully war
rnnifd for rtvo veiirs , '
IM A ViVJ ' ;i'yl"Jl'")wlihMiiol. Covur and Konk). All strictly Flrstrlasa and sold at Whole
I ft I 1.1 snlo fiu torv tilir.'S Tln s l lnnos ninili.in I i Hi...ki ti.t.l.va il,u i ..nt..n..i.i
hxliibltlon, and worn uuHnlmoiisI) rironiniindrd lor (lie llltliest Honor. The
Hiiiiircs rotitHln our Nrw I'nliMit !ral. the yr.'iiti st iniprovciiiciil In tint history of Piano maklne. Tho
I prlsjhi r tli tint'st in Anmrlra. 1'oMlti v.dy vtu make the lit i-sl l'lanos. of the richest tone anf (treat-
est duralil'itv. The
y arc nii-mmi'iidcd by Hie hiylteat musical autliorltli a iti tlie country. Oyer 14 i
in use, and not nun i
itifSBtiKiiKi iiirciiai'r. All l'lanos and (irpsns sent our. day test trial freight
. Hon't full to w rite lis lii'Triri' liiivimr. I'ositlvi.iv u.. j)i. tl,.. n...t ..........
free if iias'itlsfiirliirv
kIol'Iiii mailed free, llanilsotnu Illustrated and l)i
Kvury l'lann fully warranted for A veara.
ODfl A TC1 f"r "I'arlor (srnnd Jubilee driran," style fl.i, is the rinest and sweetest toned Ked
IllJr.llO "ruan everolleredtlieiiiiisieiil public, it contains Five Octae. Five seta Heed.
1 1 V-i' i' " n"-"; imii. i ii
dnplli. brllllHticy and sympathetic quality of tone
iiet'iiiar ru'an price fMt
sells others. Positively no
irnu In viinr nun hnti.M VA'.i
onlv fi -ns one oriiiiu
'XWlli!!!? V." .
iran on v st: 9 stons. h.': 14 slims, m.v nur .f
..,., n.j. ii iiipwiiiiii ii. is in, Hs re pr-suinea. r u
studio , lllll.trnteri elreular ... .11 ..li .. in . v. . :.7.;:
SJIKKT iM USIC r.fr, L7.,!:.
- - -.r
........ r. ......... if..t
, ' '"', "",:iv i iMiiici, r.mu, .ieinina rrte, t viestina, Vlo na. Kims.
rorli.-, Tntiiolo, (.rand Orenii nnd HrHnd swell. hneeMops ll'dubt 74 liiehe- Lenntli aa li." uu .
4 in; WelKht.lminl. .-Mi lha. The case Is of solid walnut, veneetid with choice wiiodsaiid'lio? an
entirely new and beautllu desk-n. elahorately carved, i.h raised pannels. must clSsH.'Co auiri."
ireiwura, r. it'., a l eieeunuv nuisnea l'nsnenaes I in stesi iti.rl I....,
musical composition, by the best authors, Address u"' " u '
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