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THE DAILY CAIRO Bl LLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 8 1882
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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IXVAH1ABI.T IN AtlVANCS,
All Communications ebould he addressed to
K. A. bUKNKTT,
Publisher and Fro.'irletor.
An Italian Sunset. t
In tie neninn . November wcnlhrr a'
row buck from Fusinato Venice U mire;
to bo repaying. As the nun ninks
toward tlio weHtern horizon tho wliolo of
that region becomes a joMun aureole,
In tho iniildlo of which nro set the Fu
Sjanoan hilln, a pule, tninsp;irent preen
in tho heart of the. glory that surround)
them. Tho leafless trees on the shore
by Fusina stand solitary and distinct
against the sky, each branch and twig
relieved in black upon tho brilliant'
background. The zenith is all a trans
lucent Lino a blue that Fra Angelico
may have seen In visions, but never ri
valled, even when the colors wero still
fresh on hi.canvas, so liquid and deli
cate ami radiant is its tone. To tho
north are tho Alps, hazily blue at their
base but heavily powered with snow up
on their summits a barrier of frost and
cold. To the south, to seaward, the
massive clouds of tho sirocco lio piled,,
far away, billow upon billow, touched
to a rosy clow where the sunlight catch
es their edges.
Tho railway bridge of Istrian stono
runs Like a fine of orange across tho
landscape. Nearer the lagoon on either
side of the canal is bare, and the dying
seaweeds and the banks of mud" are
wanned to rich browns in the sunset.
As the sun falls faster and faster to the
horizon the water changes from gray to
gold, from gold to orange, from orange
to the deepest crimson of the pomegran
ate's core. There, is a Hash as of tire on
tho windows of Venice, that lies ahead,
a llu-h of orange and rose upon its w alls.
Then in a second tho sun is gone.
There is a brief space of doubtful light
while day hangs trembling in the bal
ance. But night, with its lirst and soli
tary star, comes swiftly over the eastern
horizon, and sf'tlea down in cold and
silverj' gray upon the broad lagoon,
while the western skies still hold the dy
ing daylight suspended in a haze of satf
rou, green and blue. Pall Mall (JazUU.
Ginger Cookies. Two cups New Or
leans molasses, one cup lard, one-half
cin sugar, one heaping tcaspoonful
sou a dissolved in three-quarters of a
cup of warm water, ona tcasiMonful
ginger, one large leaspoonful cinnamon,
one-half tcaspoonful cloves. Mix with
enough flour to keep them from sticking
to the board, Bnd bake a nice brown
color. I consider them just as good as
the bakers' cookies.
New England liaked Indian TuiMing.
One quart of milk, three-quarters cup
of molasses, two tcaspoonfuls ginger,
one-half te&spooriful cinnamon, a bit of
salt Stir these thoroughly together,
and let conic to a boil. I lave ready
three desert-spoonful of Indian meal
wet in a little cold milk; put it into the
hot milk, and after stirring thoroughly
let it boil live minutes. This should bo
made early in the morning, and set
away to cool. When needed for dinner,
take two eggs well beaten, two table
cpoonfuls melted butter, half a teacup
colli milk; stir this into tho first mix
ture, and let it bake two hours.
Macaroni a 1' Italienne. Twelve
Bticks of macaroni (a quarter of a
pound), half a pint of milk, two table
spoonfuls of cream, two of butter, one
ol Hour, some salt, wnue pepper ami
cayenne, and a quarter of a pound of
cheese, l'reak and wash the macaroni,
and boil it rapidly for twenty minutes
in two quarts of water. Put the milk
on In the double boiler. Mix the butter
and Hour together, and stir into tho boil
ing milk. Add the seasoning, cream
and cheese. Drain and dish the maca
roni. Pour the nance over it, and serve
immediately. One tablespoonful. of
mustard can lc stirred into the sauce if
you like. If the sauce and macaroni
are allowed to stand long alter they are
ut together, the ilish will tie spoiled.
icy cannot be served immediately,
keep both hot in separate dishes.
Yorkshire Pork Pies. Use lean, fresh
pork; have two or three pounds if the
pie is to be a large one; cut the pork in
to strips about two inches long and half
an inch wide; line a buttered pudding-dish
with put? paste, put in the
pork, season with pepper, salt, and
sago, wet with half a pint of sweet cider
or wine, put small pieces of butter over
tho top, cover with thick puff paste, cut
a fancy figure on tho top, brush over
with licaten egg; bake an hour and u
half, or, if small pies are preferable,
bake in small patty pans.
Oatmeal Samp. Put a pint of oat
meal to soak in warm water a few hours
before cooking it; just water enough to
cover it; then pour this mixture into
boiling water, a little nt a time, with ti
cooil pinch of salt, and let it cook slow
ly, the same as a cornmeal hasty pud
ding, for hall an hour longer. A puu
ilinir can bo made of it by using eggs
milk, sugar, raisins, and cinnamon, tho
same as for other puddings.
French Salad Dressing. Thrco table
spoonfuls of oil, ono or vinegar, one
salt spoonful of salt, one-half a salt
spoonful of popper. Put the salt and
vonper in a cup, and add ono table-
spoonful of the oil. When thoroughly
mixed, add the remainder of tho oil anil
vinegar. This is dressing enough for a
salad for six persons. If you like the
uavor oi onion, grate a mile juico into
tho dressing. Tho juice is obtained by
first peeling tho onion, nnd then grating
with a coarse grater, using a good deal
of pressure. Two strokes will 'givo
about two urop or juicu oinugii lor
' this rulu.
In Contagious Diseases,
Small Pox, Dipthcria, Scarlet, Typhoid,
Yellow and Malarial Fevers, expose in the
sick room Darby,s Prophylactic Fluid. It
will attack all impurities and odors. Tho
Fluid will draw to itself the germ poisons
in the atmosphere and recharge it with
ozone, the mysterious agent by which Na
. turo vitalizes the air.
A Young Life Destroyed.
One can scarcely take up a newspa
per without tho eye falling on some in
cident vividly illustrative of Shakes
"O thou invisible spirit of wine, if
thou hast no tiamo to be known by, let
us call thee devil!"
One of these graphic illustrations is
furnished us by a California correspond
ent. It happened near Santa Ilarbara,
The country was just beginning to at
tract settlers, and among the imuiigrantj
was a young man, bent as were hun
dreds, on making his fortune. He put
up at a" saloon, whoso inhuman land
lord forced him to drink until ho was too
drunk to know what lie was about.
The landlord then carried him miles
away to an old cabin located on public
land; which ho (the landlord) wished to
pre-empt by actual occupation. He left
the young man there alone, to hold tho
land against all new-comers. 15y thij
service he was to pay for his board and
tho whisky ho hail been forced to
Shortly after tho landlord left hint,
the young man was attacked by that
terrible mania, delirium tremens. Rav
ing, he wandered far from the hut, and
for three days went about tho count rf.
When found he wus almost dead. T'fe
ravens had eaten out his eyes, but the"
was still life enough in tho poor felldsv
to whisper a last message for his moth
er. "Write to my mother," lie said to the
man who found him; "tell her I died,
but, for Heaven's sake, don't tell hor
where or how I died!"
Is there no woo for the man who put
tho bottle to that youth's lips.
It in oetter to be up with the lark
than down with the measles.
Work for Women.
It is remarkable how many applicant?
of tho gentler sex now come forward to
seek for any kind of occupation that of
fers itself. A famous firm for the sale
of arti.-ilie designs in house decoration
told me. the other day that they were
overwhelmed with applications for em
ployment from ladies who sent in proofs
of their skill and ability, and that in a
large proportion of eases tho specimens
thus forwarded shed more than an
ordinary degree or merit. There is
scarcely any department of business in
which the same story would not have
to be told, and when, as you doubtless
heard long ago, the Dniry Land man
agement advertised for K.KJ pretty young
ladies, the street was blocked up by tho
crowd of candidates. There was a time,
apparently, when it was thought im
possible for a girl or woman to earn her
own livelihood, but that has happily
pnsod tiwav, audit is no longer deemed
inevitable that to be the female sex in
volves dependence upon others. Women
. . i i . 1 1 . -.,.- it,..
are engaged in puunc oiuces, ami i oe
lieve it will be tho opinion of all fair-
minded men that they do their work
well, and that it would be desirable to
enlarge the held which is at present op
en to them. There are. many fathers of
famines who do not see their way clear
to nytking an adequate provision for all
their children, anil they would rather
place them in the path to earn a liltl
money honorably for themselves than
have them utterly dependent upon oth
ers. If they do not in after life neei
the means of support thus afforded to
them, so much the better, but no harm
is done by placing it at their command.
In this coimtry it is quite certain that nil
womeu cannot get married, for they
largely outnimilier the men, and hence
it is that employment is anxiously sou:
for. L.J. Jmningsin AVw York World,
Lieut. Commander De Long.
A lilt of History Ai ut the ChpUIii f !)
A day or two ago Assistant District
Oakey called The Kugle representative
into his ollice, and fishing out an old
account-book from the lower drawer of
his desk, nnd turning over the leaves,
pointed to a page on which was an ac
count with (ieorgo W. De Long, and his
receipt for weekly payments. " 1 here.
said "Our John," "that was in 1;G1.
At that time George W. De Long was in
mv law office, in New York, at a salary
of 3 per week. He was a bright, smart
boy, and I took a great liking to mm.
He was crazy to enter the navy, anil I
saw the boy's taste was very strong in
that direction. He attended the public
school in Greenwich street,' and his
teacher gave a most excellent account
of his studious character and bright
scholarship. About that time Hen Wood
was in congress, nnd appointed some lad
to the naval academy. I went to Mr,
Wood and obtained from him a promise
that if he had tho chance to make an
other appointment ho would give it to
me. Wood was a friend of mine, but
when he nuuie the promise ho had no
idea that he would nave a chnnee to re
deem it. A few months after Do Long
came to my office one day in great ex
citement, and said the young man Mr.
Wood had appointed hud been obliged
to leave the naval academy because his
eyes had given out, and another np-
fioiutment would have to bo made, lio
legged mo to seo Wood at once. I went
to Mr. Wood and recalled tho promise,
lie remembered it, and, what was bet
tec 'still, redeemed it, although thero
was a great pressure brought to bear
upon hjm to appoint someone else. But
he gave tho appointment to Do Long
who went to Newport whither tho na
val academy had been removed from
Baltimore, because- of tho war and
passed with credit; but word camo from
Washington not to admit Wood's ap
pointee. Ho had made tho appointment
a day or so too late, and as ho was not
in accord with tho administration they
took advantage of thetechnical mistake.
Do Long came back from Newport tho
picture of despair, but I hurried him to
Washington with letters of introduction
to various persons, and ho came back
with tho appointment, tho happiest
young fellow you ever saw. Ho entered
the naval academy and passed with
credit, and afterwards served on various
naval stations. His subsequent history
we all of course know. Tho little-1 did'
for tho boy was dono because I saw tho
young follow had the right sort of stuff
in him, and would amount to something,
and tho result shows I was not far out
of the way in my estimate ol the lad.
Brooklyn Eagle. , . ,
; - .-.
$;iO.O0 Worth of New and Populur
Manic for $1.00
Thomas Brothers' Musical Journal for
Januury is undoubtedly the finest and bust
journal of its kind published. Tho reading
matter is varied and original, being news
from all ports of tiro world. ' Tho Journal
will have a new feature this year in being
beautifully illustrated and printed on fine
liuuvy' calendered paper. Each number
will have in over two dollars worth ot Sheet
Music, printed from our bust plates; and
as you receivo one number each month, at
tho end of the year you have for binding
one of the tlncst collections of vocal and
instrumental music imaginable. Don't fail
to subscribe for the Journal at once. Price
per year, ono dollar; or with a beautiful
Ciomo, Sl'x.'JO, one dollar aud thirty flvo
cents, the Z?)C. being tho actual cost of
packing nnd postage or express on tho Cro
ruo. Sample copy of tho Journal, 10c. Wo
want an agent in every village and city in
the United States and Canada to take sub
scriptions for the Journal. Address,
Jas. II. '1 IIOMAS,
Successor to f hoinas Urothers,
Catskill, N. Y., U. 8. A.
Suirxm'b Vitai.T7.kii is what you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and 75 cents per bottle. Paul O. Schuh,
Agent. . 7
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec
tro-Voltaic Helta and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 130 days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
gor and manhood. Also for . Kheuma-
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney UithcuiticB, uupture, and many other
diseases, lllustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Kclt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Catakkh ctked, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
2.j cents. Ilasal Injector free. Paul G.
Schuh, Agent. 4
Deaf as a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Out., states
that for fifteen months she was troubled
with a disease in the ear, causing entire
deafness, tin ten minutes after using
Thomas' Electric Oil she found relief, and
in a short time Bhe was entirely cured and
her hearing restored.
Cnocp, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 8
Mothers ! Mothers ! ! Mothers ! ! !
Are you disturbed at n'lL'ht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth f If so, go at once anil get a bottle of
Mrs. mnslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sutferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho Iwwels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to u.se in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho presenp
tion of one of the oldest nnd best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold cvereywhere. 2 cents a bottle.
Wkuk man to confirm more to tho laws
of health and of nature, and be less addict
ed to the Gratification of his passions, it
would not be necessary to advertise Fel
lows Compound Syrup of Ilypnphosphites
as a restorative for the power cf the brain
and nervous system, while theworld's pro
gress ami enlightenment would indeed be
WIoleale denier in
All Steam Drnted.
'"''t '9 Woo'!waril Ave.
SeiulTo' prices- ."JIISOIT, SIICS.
A MKW UXl'STKATEI)
Literary Weekly Journal
N KITH K 11 rOLITlCM.MOIt SKCTAIHAM !
Contuiutud byAllvon r.TotirKi,
uuinor oi - . v i'ooi-ai j;t ivind, otc,
KH8 mtotl Iiy Diiniel . ltrltiton
unit lv'niifrt M. DhvI-.
First Nui.iber Issued February 1. lfHi.
The most distinguished aul hors and skilful art
ists, both Amoric.au and Kti(jllh, have been efl
Kiudby"Our Continent." The February num
bers contain novels and stories by Helen Campbell,
Mrs. Alexander, K. 1'. Hue, Julian llawlhortio,
John Ilabberton, H. H. Davis, etc.,' poems by Os
car NV lido, I.oulsu Chandler Moulton.d. ll.itoker,
Sidney J.auler, tl. P Lnthrup, Cella Thaxter, etc,
eul.irtalnlwut sketchos by o. (t. I.elnud, (Hans
UroltmnnjD. U. Mitchell. (Ik Marvel) Felix Os
wald, elc.j solid papers by Preldulit Purler, of
Yale, Kllol., of llarvtrd. Provost Pepper, of Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, etc., ; fashion miles by Kat
Fluid i art Illustrations, by Louis C. Tllmnv: sci
ence bv Profs Kothrock, Harbor, etc.! social eti
quette by Monlton; rural Improvement by Hon. 11,
O. Northrop; fuu and humor by 0. II. Clark, (Max
Adler)"('ucle Hemus and a host of others,
Heautlfiil lllnstrntlonsaroa leadlnK lent lire of
"Our Continent." They aro the llnnst that art
cm produce und en.mil to most perfect In the
I'rlco id cents number! 100 a year; fS.no six
months. Mailed fruu of postnitu to any uddreta.
Bpeclmen copy freo.
Newsdealers will find II In their interest to pro
n.nt "Our (Continent" Ui their customers.
Postmasters aru Invited to taku subscriptions.
Hook Canvassers can add largely to their Incomes
without mlerfcriiiK with their regular business, by
acting for "Cur Continent."
Write for particulars to "OUH CONT1N BNT'
Indian Blood Syrup.
to 40 W OL I fvj C1 rr
ii. mm m
DvlellR. Liver Ills.
enses, Fever and Akiib
Heart Disease. BiHnim.
liens, Nervoui Deliilitv
THE BEST liEMEDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Tills SVTUD tlOmcMCH VuHhH nrmmrlli.a. Il atim.
latci tliH Dtvsllno In th whirl, pimvi,t.
he march and uiar of tha food Into elueone. A
defielt-Dcy in plyallno chunks wind andaouriuB ol
the food in toe stomach. If the medlcin j wn
mmf dlatelvaftureatinij, tho feriuontailon o fo d
It acts upon the I.lvcr,
It acts upon the KMneyg,
It Regulates the Bowels,
It Purities the. Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates,
It Carries off the Old Blood and makeg New,
It Oiieim the Pores of tho Skin and Induces
It neutrallee the hereditary taint, or nntunn in
the blood, which venerates. Scrofula. Ervlm.lK.
aud all manner of hktu IUeaies aud internul hu
mor. There are no StlirftS emnlovert In Its mnnnfurturn
and It can hetakeu by the mont delicate babe, or by
the ajjed and feeble, euro only being required in at
teuUiutodlrect'.ous. Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
1 wassufferlntr from Sick Headache and ftirzl.
noes so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of i)r. Clark Johneou'a Indi
an Blood Syrup efiectuallv cured me.
11KS. UKLKN r-LlUNo.
Waterman Station, DcKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's 1 nrllfin
Blood Hvruu ban cured ma of l'uin in the Back. It
is a valuable medicine. MHS WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This Is to certify that I was afflicted with Palm.
taHon of the Heart for many years I tried dltler
ent doctors, w holes prescriptions tended more to
weaken me than they did to strengthen. 1 at. la-t
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
yiup, which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curing the Heart Dlxeane, hut also a Hick Head-
sen which had been troubling me.
I was afflicted with Liver Complaint and Dyspe
siaanaiauea to get relief, ai tinmen uslnirm
clnes from our nest doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Svmp, and a short trial
curea me. t. w. K131NU. Mollne. 111.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup btis effectually cured mo of Dyspepsia.
iw uiuiu muuui iiu bbiu ill wrnire u' 11.
W. K. WI.MMKK, Bedford, Mo.
Aventj wantod fur tho sale of tla Indian Blood
Syrup in every town or villaco, In which 1 have no
aKent. Particulars given ou application.
DKUGGISTS SELL IT.
Labratory 77 West 3d St., N. Y.
fK yx I week In J our o
I' I " free. No risk. c
jV II I tal not requlrml,
TT tunes Ladies m
and boys aud t;ir
Header, If you want a hnsluri
a week In your own town. $." outfit
evi rythinu new, capt-
, we win rurnish you
any are makiuu for-
make as much as men.
and bovs aud L'lrls make vreat uav
Header, If you want a bUHinyss at which you ran
make ureal nav all the time you work, write for par
ticularsto 11. llallett . ', rortlaud, Malrn.
Wood stamp for
Celebrated Singlo IireccU-loadinir Shot
Gun, at $12 up. I'"UMM-Imrrvl llriw h-l'ttitnni,
at J.'ii up. Miir..linil llriiwh-lnaillnn (inns, Itillrs,
ami I'iatol. of mt approved KiikIIkIi and American
mnW AH klmls of sportlno; linpleninnts and artl
rlns required by rtimnn and (tun makers. Colt's
New Brecch-loattirifr Double Quna tha
beat (runs rrt niadn for tbo pnep.
JOSEPH C. CRUBB&CO..
712 market SI.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Wholesale Price List.
4 lMauo, 7 oct
siinaru, rosewood, carved,
$ I.V.I no
7 Piano, upr. 1i oct., cabinet grand 171 00
1.1 Organ, 4 sets rccds, 9 Slops & grand organ Ml 00
04 " Il sets roods, t:l stops, coupler, sub-bass 73 00
0'ir Pianos and Organs warrtnted tlist-class,
3 Violin outttl, box bow, strings, compluto.... 3 00
8 " cmmoiia model, extra fine 3 00
4 Accordeon. 6 keys, bass box, fine tono 1 it)
6 " 10 " t slop,? sets reeds, perfect.! 00
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna cuueert, 24 holes M)
I) Genuine Klcutor, 10 holes, 0. 8. 'i
11 " concert double 21 Lilies " 1 Oil
14 Clurlonot, genuine Martin, 0 keys, box wood 5 00
17 Fife, In ebony, German stiver ferules. ,m, BO
10 Muslo box, 1 tunc, crank, flue 1 10
19 " 8 tunes,, wind with lover, largo 3 00
30 Vlolonci'llo, patent, machine head, good.. 10 oo
33 Doublo llass, patent liuad, 8 or 4 strings,, 34 IK)
81 Oullar, nmplu, machine head, line finish.. 4 0o
37 liunjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass bracket 2 (XI
88 Cornet, brass cornpounn style case ftcrooks 9 (0
80 Drum, brass, Prussian, Oniamcutod 9 Oil
Gold violin, guitar and banjo strings '11, Proa.' la
Silver " " " " " " ' 10
Stoul , " " " " i
Out. Itusslnn.Oortnan or Italian, best quality 13
Instruction P,ook, Howe's or Winners, any
Having Just made a good trade for 100 Singer
Hewing Machines, will sell tlietd for t'S each while
Money Is quite safe In common letter If plainly
Tonus strictly cash with order. Will take
Agetiti and dealers send for our 40-panc Catalogue
On above nut wholesale palccs agents can make
100 percent profit.
Call on ua when yon come to St. Louis.
Heferoncoii Any bank or wbslusalo hours In
Itulbert Pros. Is the. only Oonoral Wholesale
Music House In Bt. Louie.
M8 OlWe Btreot, Salut Lonls, Mo.
For sale by C. W. nenilerson, Cairo, Illinois.
Over 2,000,000 Bottles
ror conirtis. colds, soro ihroitt. bronchitis, asthma.
throat, chert and lunu's.
Balsam of Tolu
throat, chert and lunu's.
. , all diseases of ihe throat, chest and lungs,
bt it has never been so advantajjeonaly compounded as In tho celebrated Toln, Hock and Rve In ad
dillon to Its sootlune Balsanuc properties, it ullords a dllVusive stimulant and tonic, to build up the
ajiHiein after Ibocounh has been relieved. .-
EfT PUT IT IN QUART SIZE BOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE 31.00JE3
A TTI 0f ! 1)0 D"1 1,0 deceived by deulers who try tn palm off upon you Rock and live la
VJi V J JIUli. place of onrTohi, Kock and Hyo. which is the onlv medicated article made
the genuine has a private dio proprietarr stumpon each hottlo.
Tbe TOLU, ROCK and RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
Sold v Druooists, Grocers and Dealers Everywhere.
Fnrtnn. I Amenta write oniric ! Territory free.
IDr. S.Sil:b::'s EstemalPiloEcacd
Gives Instant relief andisanluflliblo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Pnld by Dnijrirl'ts rvervwhere. Price, ! tie p"r hoe
rcudbyi'iMll. Sauij l s sent Jnt to I'hylelnns
lyi'iMll. Sauij l s sent fn f to i'hylelnns
iiflW'TS, hv P Nenst-ieiftiT o ilox8!i'ia.
kcity. feulviaauuiiujturirsof 'AnakMu
11m vv iVt'OA for ,nS2' w"11 Improved Inl
1' 1(11 J J- .A table, calendar, etc. Mentt
adilress on receipt of two three cent stamps. Ad
dress Charles K. Hires, 48 North Delaware avenue,
I Hi i' stsi ris"1f 1i
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iwiilmirrrluj mi tliu worst rawv.tusiireKeiiiiilorv
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