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TUii iail OaIro BULLETIN: JPWbAV MokMNti SEPTEMBER is, mi,
The Daily Bulletin.
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IXVARUBLY IK ADVAXCI.
All communication thoald be eddreteed to
8. A. BURNETT,
Publlaher and Proprietor,
We are anthoriaed to announce tbtt Mr. Angu
Lwk 1 an Independent candidate for Stat' At
torney of Alexander County, in the approaching
We are authorised to anaonnee William N. Bat
ler at the Republican candidate for election to the
ornceoj state Attorney oi Alexander County,
We art anthoriaed to announce Mr. Alexander
II. Irvin ai an Independent candidate fur re
election to the office of Circuit Clerk, In the
coming election in Kovemper.
We are anthoriaed to announce the name of
Richard Fitxgerald ai a candidate for re-electlen
to the office of Coroner at the eneulng November
Two distinguished Republicans tnnounc
eJ their allegiance on the tame day last
week, the one to the cause of Cleveland, the
other to that of Blaine. They were.
FOR BLAINE :
Stephen W. Dorsey.
"I have placed you in positions whereby
you hare received very large turns of mon
ey without one dollar of expense to you,'
writes Mr. Fisher to Blaine. "It will be
in my power to cast anchor windward in
your behalf,' writes Blaine to Fisher. Is
any inference of political jobbery to be
drawn from such caaual remarks!
Mb. Blaine requested Fisher to "burn"
the humiliating appeal which he sent him
to copy, sign and return the letter of vin
dication which be (Blaine) himself had
written. But Fisher, nevertheless, keep it,
and now that it has been made public Mr.
Blaine hastens to declare that he is anxious
for everybody to read it. Mr. Blaine was
perhaps only joking when he asked Mr.
Fisher to burn it.
Tbe Prohibitionists are ' greatly encour
aged over the election in Maine last Mon
day. They point to the victory in that
state as a sample of what may be done with
tbe right kind of work in certain western
states, wr.icii tney propose to pick out as
battle grounds. Blaine's speech at Augus
ts, made before the votes were all couated,
has given them encouragement from a
higher source, and they are elated, and
ready for work on the theory pointed out
St. Locis Republican : Prohibition did
not get quite many votes in Maine as the
Republican candidate for governor. A few
Republicans like Mr. Blaine seeing the
measure was safe, did not vote on the sub
ject. They knew they had succeeded. Tbe
Republicans of Maine like those of Iowa
and Kansas are Prohibitionists, and having
a large majority in the state, were able to
put their doctrine in the constitution, and
they did it as they did in the two last
M. O'Scllivan, an ex-Irish suspect,
writej to a Milwaukee afternoon paper that
he will support Cleveland on account of
the manly stand taken by him in St.
Stephen's hall, Buffalo, December 5, 1881.
On that occasion Cleveland, in a speech
presenting to Rev. Father Sherry, made an
-.V'int address in favor of Ireland's rights
and against England's tyranny. Mr. O'Sul-
. livan contrasts this with the Republican
party's allowing naturalized citizens to suf
fer in English prisons unprotected.
IIcllioan Blaise is "proud" (?) of his
letters. He, with inimitable audacity, says
he "hopes every Republican paper in the
TTnWa1 Qt.t. mill nkl..V, k 1-41 !
full." We'll bet a cookie that not a Re
publican paper in tbe land will "gratify1
the "tattooed man," lor does he expect or
desire them to. Blaine is a blatant fraud,
a receiver of bribes, a betrsyer ot public
trusts, an unclean man, a betrayer of fe
mate virtue, a falsifier, an unfit man in
every way for the presidency.
MB. BEECIIER'S LATEST ON BLAINE
Faom the N. T. Pott, Seat. 1$
To the Editor of the Evening Poat:
Sih Enclosed please find $1 to psy for
twenty copies of pamphlet cuutaining the
articles, editorials, etc., from the Evening
v TI..-. U.. ,.-.L- . . ....
ucy are uy tar me uesi mat nave ap
peared on the Blaine question for all who
are sober and thoughtful. They are clear,
honest and weighty; iu tone almost judic
ial. How any one who has read them can
, vote for Blaine passes my comprehension.
.They ought to be circulated over the
' whole land as one of ' the best campaign
document, Tbey stand in striking con
trast with tbe inefficient speeches of Haw-
, ley, Hoar and Dawes, and the essays and
letters of Mead, Bliss and company.
Allow me to say that the Evening Post
' bu - never stood higher in its long and
honorable life than now. It mar almost
be called the ideal family newspaper.
t Henbt Ward Beeciib.
' VttjuxtVb, N. Y, Sept. 12.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
Winter Millinery Wools Velvets
A new, small shape in millinery that
probably will lead, shows a sudden, sharp
peak in front. Pokes of modest dimension
come next, while conservative and likewise
some stylish souls will cling to the capote,
which this season appears with the famil
iarity of an old friend. Hats are with high
pointed crowns and narrow biims. In the
way of material, what is not felt it velvet,
and what is not velvet is felt; the latter
often uncut, forming the chief part of al
most all trimmings, either by the piece or
as velvet ribbon from two to three inches
wide. Curled velvet ribbon with Astrakan
like loops with satin or gros grain reverse
is very stylish, and in keening with new
ideas in dress goods (of which more here
after), while uncut velvet is also very fash
ionable. Lace, either black or gilded,
beads, insect or fancy feathers constitute
accessories, the latter being extremely fan
ciful, by reason of odd mixtures with small
regard to the proprieties. "Crtzy quilt"
ideas prevail just here; beads, wings or
breasts form veritable jumbles, and with
bizarre effects almost supersede the ele
gance ot ostrich learners, wnicn are in
small demand. The favorite position for
these feather patchworks is directly in
front, and all trimming is arranged with a
view to height and narrowness. The small
sharp peak in tbe first mentioned is filled
in with lace or ribbon, and they are intend
ed to be woro with tbe hair dressed high
The large family of wools are of unusual
importance this seasvn. We bave many
varieties of fancy wools with stripes, plaids,
or floral figures, either grave or gay, large
or small; while very noticeable on some
dress patterns is a bordering of fnse or
looped Astrakan finish, to be used tor trim
ming. Cloths are made in varieties, bison,
bourette-bison, where cross stitches some
times hold down the rough threads in
stripes or bars, rough bourette-bisons with
curled frise or Astrakan stripes, and Jersey
cloth with Astrakan finish, to be used at
parts of costumes or jackets for slender
people. Kensington cloths are stylishly
adorned by embroideries in that peculiar
oosestictb; others are ornamented by In
dia and tapestry cross stitches, while per
sons of quiet taste can choose ribbed or tri
cot cloth. Reps of all degree are popular;
mohair and alpacas renew a long forgotten
youth, leading up to poplin with silken
shimmer; cashmere has lost nothing by re
vivals of stiffer goods, and are nice
and attractive in the new solid
colors or with additions of silken embroi
dered figures in small coquettish dots or
dot-like leaves and flowers.
VELVETS AND S1LK.1.
Velvet was scarce ever so fashionable,
and is seen with unlooked-for variations,
such as stripes of contrasting color, over
casting of small bright flowers, velvet
flowers of longer pile than the surface, or
chine or changeable alternations, while the
frise or looped velvet is markedly novel.
Of course these sensations will be carefully
employed and subordinate to the plain vel
vet, but for cloaks, we ' find large self-
colored floral and other patterns will be
largely used, and uncut velvet as well; both
employed also for costumes, but in especial
demand as cloakiogs. The success of vel
veteen is also assured, and when really
good, as in case of the peerless Nonpareil,
it will be constantly substituted with satis
faction to both wearer and beholder. Here
the latest thoughts are noticeable; colors
are distinguished while novelties in weav
ing give room for great choice. Silks take
on new colors prevailing everywhere, such
u golden brown, blue and red orune.
bronze, gray blue and moss, in brocades es
pecially, giving proof cf how much can be
done by combinations. Steam's Americas
brocades are especially beautiful, the pat
terns nch.while in durability they surpass
imported fabrics. The American silk in
dustry has indeed reached surprising' pro
portions foreigners dfean its power and
look apprehensively on the increasing pop
ularity of our manufactures, particularly
where such a brand as tbe one just men
tioned commends itself each year more and
more, becoming really a household word
Steam's American surahs are this year like
wise quite up to the usual standard ele
gant, durable, fast-colored and stylish, they
are sought after by judicious buyers, since
under the severest tests they win approval.
The conduct of the somnambulist
living with her uncle near Montreal
excites much attention. One evening
recently, when she was found walking
In her sleep, a gentleman, procuring
pen and paper, requested her to write
a letter. She obeyed mechanically,
and, sitting down, wrote a note to an
absent friend, correct in every respect,
although her eyos at the tame timo
were closed. A singular fact was that
the writing throughout was excellent,
the words oelng written precisely along
the lines. At timet she converses
while in this state quite freely and
correctly. Recently, though exhibiting
the same symptoms, she has kopt her
eyes open, which, however, only give a
vacant stare. On ono occasion, while
starting out for a drive, sho became un
conscious, and the next moment re
vived, only to be found in her old state.
She was asked to drive, and, at the
bidding of a friend, took the roins. On
returning home she became herself
again, and, when acquainted with her
strange actions, felt greatly suiDrised.
s The Tounsr lady it About 18 years of aire,
ThcrsDaI Evsxtxo. Sept. 18, 1884.
Tbe weather bat certainly taken upon
itself the garb of early falj the air in the
day time has that' stimulating and bracing
feeling; at night advances, it grows cooler,
and near morning heavy covering it the ac
ceptable thing. It will not be long before
tbe foliage of the trees wilj assume various
colored hues, from tbe action of frost upon
them. . : . :
The markets are about the tame in near
ly everything. Eggs, butter and chickens
are a little higher. " Feed stuff 'quotably
the same. "
FLOUR Dull and easy. Receipts are
fair ;ttocks are good.
HAY Remains about the same; only a
slight movement reported.
C9RN-I1 a . little . lower. The new
crop it expected next week. . Tbe decline
is attributed to this fact.
OATS Not much demand but stocks
firm at prices quoted. .. .
MtAL-Uu a little nrmer tone: more
inquiring is noticeable.
BRAN Has advanced a. fraction, but
is not sustained by the demand.
BUTTER Choice creamery, in active
demand. Prices are . a little better;
EGGS Very active, while there is only
a light supply on band.
CHICKENS A very active demand is
reported from all quarters. . Stockt are
FRUIT Good demand for choice ap
plet. Fruit of all kinds findt ready tale.
VEGETABLES Extra fine large beads
of cabbage are bringing 8 cents by the
crate. Other vegetable! quetably the
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The puces nere given are for sale from
Bret nanda in rouna lots. A aavanee if
charged for broken Intaia flillnsorritr.
500 hbla Tariona grades . .
2)1 bbla Patent..
145 bbll family..
4 cart choice Timothy email bale
t cart (lit edge...
8 cart ttrict prime..
1 ctr whit In bulk..
S cart mixed In balk.
car mixed In balk
4 cart new Southern Illinois..
I car new In tackt
No. i Red, per hu....,
No. J Medlterenean.
No. S do .
Mo. 4 do
SO) bblt Cltv on order
bbl City "
500 poundi country.
600 pounds creamery
200 pound fancy creamery...
7 tuba low grade
Choice hena 9 wv m
10 coops choice young J 75
4 coop medium young 2 25
Fieeatone Peaehec. Tier hnr wj.,
. , r 7 1 ' ifctj
Applet per buth 50475
urapet per pound. g
Choice aouthern per bbU j jq
Potatoet. per buahel.. 25110
Tomato a per box 10itl5
new rancy yellow nantmond per ba 1360
Orange, nominal s 0037 00
uvwvum 3 U0S5 JO
(. Dolce per oarrei j 75
Choice per bnahel.Mn 1037
Per 100. .... ,
Choice gorge head, per hd..
......... ( 0037 00
g IUV UU WMaW.a.. mum.......
X1JrC6fl eeTeeet ee ,
nam name . . . .... is'z&t
If. C. llama iIIM. . ,. ....,.....M,.,.,.f t 15
Clear tioea M. . lUiaiS
8 Idee ..,
Bl. JOUU 1.
Ohio Klier 1 Ot
Vi bnehel hurlape
5 bushel ...
unoica navy , t S04S DO
jnvin medium ............ ,, , .,, g
Choice, Factory ...
Cream . ........... mm
. . M.... .... t s
I ...... M.M.M.M.
Coos ; 10 to sn
Mluk .... m.... .... ...... m. 10 to 41
Red Fox.. 1 on
Wild Cat 10 to M
Bearer per poind to to t M
Otter. 71 to 4 10
Qpoetnnt............. ...... w. - t to It
BeafM.. -M-rnr.,1. 00 to t
Clft tifCttO ((tMNiMlltlMtHMtft 1'
Dry Flint choice H
Dry 8lt 1
OrMU 8 "It MIMia)iii 4
plum Greeu I
Sheep Pelte, dry... ......mmm !l!
HhMD Pelt, erven.... 1V2.7'
Damaged Illdee...... Mot
Common Luga ,
Good In ......
4 5 n
4 7IS4 M
sna 7 f
T 50 ft
RATES OF FRE1UUT.
f"i Or.'eiD,-. Vi
Helena, Ark........ 15
Kltneaton, Mia 15
All other way polota
below Mem phi to
f CfJ'HtVt OUT OF ORDER.
130 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
iWG0 oAN pu,
ILL. MASS. CA.
TOR SALE BY
J. C. CARSOX, Cairo. Ills.
ST. CLAKA ACADEMY
1 marnlflecntly situated In tbe enuthern part ot
Wlaconatn. Pupil arriving at Dubuque, Kr.t Dn
buaue or Galena. IU.. mar teleohone to Aeademv
for conreracc . Fur further partlco'ara applr for
catalogue. ST. CLARA ACADuMY.
sinainawa MonniJ, Grant Co., Wi.
&T.BEGIXA ACADEMY, EDGEWOOD,
tie mnenjfl -ent gift ol ex-Go. Wuhborn, Madi
son. W . 1 a branch ol St. Clara'a and offera One
educational adTautage. 730-2m
CHE TRRKd tear opena September 10. A MIDI-
tary woiirge wnn Lnivertity powera. tlepar menu
in Civil Engineering, Ubem'atry, Ciaaeic and En
glleh Circular! of Capt. W. P. hallidayaad N .B.
lhlHttewood and of .Ve-ara P. W. Barclay, Chaa
Gallleher and K.H. Cunningham, ol thia cltr. or
of COL. IHEO. HYATT, President.
AUBURN LADIES' INSTITUTE,
For a Limited Number of Boarders.
1855 Auburn, N. Y. 1H4
Facllltlea for thorough and accnmp!tihed edu
eatloo, beautiful aurronndlna; beat aanltary ap
pointroi nta. and regular carnage-riding.
,..i.nrKwsp. ...u . nniu Pbtuiuuiia aua neier
encea from Weetern State, on application to
UliIiTIUL'lJ t tH.ll'-u I r. . , .
avxvxiaam u nijn .r,, a. jo ., rrincipai.
Monticello ladies' Seminary,
Godfrey. Madiaon Co.. 111.
On of tbe oldtat acbool In ti.e Went. Reputation
a aflrat clae ecbool unquestioned. Kuperior (!
vantage for Engllah ana Claelc Education with
Mualc, Drawing. Pa'iitiag and Modern Laovuage
upena oepteiDocr mm. tut caiai"gue, apply to
MISS HAHK1K1 .V. ilASKLLL, Principal.
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. Have. Capacity gala. ' Price.
lw F n M Cr--
av w I am aaaam
6 x 8 1450 $24.00
6 x i) 1630 28.00
7 x 8 2000 32.00
7 x 0 2250 36.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
Tbeie tank are made of CLEAR CTPRK8S. VA
lnche tbi-k. securely hooped and are WATh.lt
TIGHT. Tbey are
Shipped whoWand are well braced
to pren nt their being racked or broken In band'
ling. EatimaU; furolebed for
Tunka of any Hize.
A.. HIGGS At BROS,
247 Delord St., New Orleani, La.
Tmi but remedy in tni world rot thi Cure
tf AU DISEASES PtCUliAt TO FEMALES.
Tt I a Speci lie for the cure of Falling of the
Womb. Leucorrhw.1, Pain In the Ra;k, 1'ainful
or SuppreMed MenntruHtUm, Plorxling, Faint
ing Herniation, and all the varied trouble at
tending the period known as Chang1 of Lite.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONICS
and HTRKNliTfl to the I'tkbirr Fckctioni,
eicltlng healthy action, and restoring them to
their normal condition. It I pleasant to the
tMt, MAV KB TAKKN AT ANY T1MB, and It
truly a,'Kother,a Friend." For further ad
. vice read Merrell s Almanac. Full directions
With ea-h bottle PrleeLti.oo. Prepared by
JACOB 8. MKBHELL, St LoaU. Ho.
HMbyaii UnigEltit and peaiergin Medicine.
E. A. BURNETT,
OFFICE:No. 78 Ohio Levee. CATRO, ILLS.
COMPLETES IN ALL APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDER
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
TifPE. JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Note-paper, Letter,
Paper, Bill Heads, Cheek Rooks, Receipt
Books, &cM &c.
New ISTumbering Machine for Number
Fiie ONLY Round Hole Pew ouatlnu iM-
CIIINE IN Soi'TIIElfN Il.LLNOlH.
DO YOU KNOW
LORI LL ARD'S CLIMAX
With Red Tin T?, I the heatr I the purest i ti
never adulterated with g'ocoee, barytet, molaaav.
or any deletenoue logrediem. a the cat with
many other tobacco. .
LORILLARDS ROSE LEAP FINE CUT
ia alio made nf the flneat atock. and for aromatic
chewing quality la aecond n Dime.
LURILLARD'S NAVY CLIPPINGS
take 11 rat rank a a tolld dnrab'e amoking tobarea
LORILLARD-S FAMOUS SNUFFS
hate been naed for over 1J4 year, and art told to
a jariter extent than any otbar.
who are tired of Callcoca that fade la aanahln or
waib:ng will flad the
PURPLES, "GRAYS," AND
perfect I. faat and -e lab'e. If too want ai hone
print, try tnem. Matte in reat variety.
C17 St. Cbsrlss Su, 8T. XrOUXS, M0. .
X rwerular Ortdnata of two medical
Mllegea.naa been lonrer engaged In tneWeaf
uent of Chronio, Narvoua, Hkln atnd
Hloo.1 Ulaeaata than aar other pbtlclan la
Bt. Loola.aacHy papera anow and all old real
denta know. Conaultatlna at office or by mall,
free and la Tit.. A friendly Ula or nil opinion
coata nothing. When It It Inconvenient to vlait
tbe city for treatment, madlclnea can be ant
by a all or expreia evcrvwbere. Curable eaaea
guaranteed: where doubt CAlaUlt la frankly
euttd. Call or Write,
Werren Prottrartloa, Debility, sTwtal at
Phyaleal Waakaeta, sTwerlal sat other
tflectleaiet Threat, Sklaaal Eeaea, Blood
paritlal aad Bleed Pelaoalar, Skla ABe
tloat, Old Iter aid Vlttrt, Itdlaart te
Uarrlaye, Bkaiaiatlra. Plla. Special
Saatloa t caaaa fret orer-werkad brala.
BCBfilCAL CiSH retelve syeeial attewtloa.
pit arlalag frere Iipr4. lice,
ladaJgeaeM tr Ixpeaare.
It I aelf-evldent that a phyalclan faying
particular attention to a elan of caaea attaint
great tklil, and phytlelana Id regular practice
all over the country knowing tbla, frequently
recommend eeaea to the oldeit office In i inert
ta, where every known appliance ta retortel
to, and the proved good rnadi cf aU
agea and eountrlea are uaed, A whole lionae 1
net for office purpoeee, and all are treated rlth
kill In a respectful manner; And, know.ng
what to do, no experiments ere made. Ohm
count of the great number applying, the
thargea are kept low, often lower than ia tle
Diinded bv othera. If vou aecare the ikl 1 liid
getaapeedy and perfect life cure, that la ;be
Important matter. Faui pliiet, M pagea. Suit
fine iiiiDDiintr nmnr i 20a
PLATES. IMAnmAULUUIULi PAGES
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for M
tentsln (KnUgeor currency. Over Bfty wou
derfulpen plcturea. true to life, artlclea on til
following aubjecta: Who may marry 1 whoa jIi
why! i'rnneragetomtrry. Whomarry trt.
Manhood. Womanhood. Phyaleal dcay. Wao
ehould marrv. How life and happlneta may ue
Increased. Thote married or contemplating
marrying ihould read It. It ought to be real
by all adult peraone, tbea kept under lock and
key. Popular edition, tame at above, but paper
cover and tog pagea, M cente by wall, la ioue
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tit
Law or 1883.
gneceaaor to Widow and Orphan Vuioal Aid So
ciety, o-ganiaed July tb, 1877, nnder
the law of 1871.
JOHN H. ROBINSON..
WM. STRATI1 N. ........
J. A. GOLuSTINB
C. W. DCNNISO ,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Win. Stratton, Stratton t Bird, eror, Cairo, 111.
J. A. Goldettne, ofUoldatlne it Roaenwater, whole
aale and retail Urv good;C. W. Donning, M. I). (
Prea. Bd. Med. Ki.. for Fenalone: Albert Lewi.
commlaalon merchant: J. H Roblnaon, connty
lodge and notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and lnaarance agent; R. H. Baird, city
street inpervlaor; M. Phillip, carpinterandbolld
er; Thoma Lewi, attorney and aecretarv ; K. V.
P:erre(attorney-t-law, DaQnoin 111. ; K. 0. Pace
caahier of Centennial Ban. Aahlev. III.; Albert
Heyden. caahier of George Connelly Co., Spring;
Held, III B. M Mnnn, attorney-at-lew, let Ran
dolph etreet, Chicago; Hon. Robt. A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleeton, Mo.) II. Lelghtoa
caahier Pint National Bank. Stuart. Iowa.
Everywhere raited "The Bent."
Infinltrlt h.lter fh.n 11nl-.i.,l. -
other Plaatura Becaon a Cu, n i'nmn. pi...
I if WW I.00 w,n, ,3" "-Sh''t R-peatng
l'Ui 1 RtrteforllS. IW Breech I cwdlng
shot-irnn lor llrt. itijiw.,i (,..
vanette for 7. a IJ5 Vaelc La tern fi.r tl2. a
so'o;s watch ror r iTT 111 Silver
Watch for 18. ot 1 I II I can get any of
tbeae artlclea FRER y' - If yon will d'vot
a 'cw h a of your 1 leure time evening lo Intio-
vtcinuifa iu idiio
nan got '
acng oir new pood, vne
eeenred a Gold Watch f ee,
tngie art rnoon. gentleman got
aallverwatch for fifteen mlnut a' work Abovl!
year old eenred a watrh 1 rt ne dav; hundred it
ot erahav done nearly aa well. If yon bave a
agtc L ntemyoucan Hart a buaineea that will
I ay you frou $10 lo itio every mcht. Si nd at once
lor onr lllua rftttd Caialngre of Oo d and HHv. r
Hatchet, d-lf-cocking Bull D tr Kevo vara. Nov
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The Science of Life. Unly$l
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Exhausted Vitality. Nervoua and Pbvical De
bility. Prematate Decline lo .Man, Xrror ol
Youth, and untold miaertea rvenlting Irom Indla-
cretion or excetee A book for every man, vounz.
middle-aged and old.. Itcontaina lib preacrlptlon
or all acute and chronic dlaeaaet, each on ol
which 1 Invaloabl. ho lound by tbe Author,
whoa experience for 23 yeara la aucb a probablv
evr befere fell to tbe lot of any phyalclan. auU
page, bound in c-eautilul French mualln, e m boa
tad covert, lul' gilt, gttarantei'd to be a Oner work
in evtry aeuae mechanical, literary and profee
tloLal tbau any other work (old In thia country
forli.JO. or the miney will he refunded in every
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Uinatratlve a am le t cent, tend now. Gold
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