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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1871.
IiROCKRIEH AND DUV CJOODN.
1 1 ATS AND CAPS, KTC,
Lit received a heavy " of "00t" nd
HllOes, Hosiery unu w.ii..c,
SALE FOR OASU VERY CHEAP
lo has fine stock of Family Groceries ol
Uer slxtii-st. and commek
C S iS
.D and SOFT LUMBER
fcl every description,
SHINGLES, CEDAlt POSTS,
hOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
II AM BO AT Liumher.
Furnished on shortest nailer.
rcial-av, bet. 10th and Hth-sta.,
IARD SALOON AND BAR
OII.N UATI.N, 1'roprlelor.
mercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS)
anU of California Cigars just received,
till) saloon furnlhed ith lh lost ol
; and l)r supplied lin wmef, n(uui
s of the finest brands.
II. LEVY k CO.,
)ES AND FURS,"
VOOI, FKATIIKH. .T,
OHIO IiEVE E.
L. 1IUYKTT, & SON,
rters, Manufacturers and Jobbers of
1 1 ram nnl UrrniRii Hllvrr
No. 25 S. Third Street,
HT. I.OVI8, MO.
MAN & HAUENSTINE
ClVIIi AND MbCHANICAL
ilNEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
. .r. onrr.ii.'iniTinNSfnr all branohel
Til EnKlneerina anj Architecture, such
vi.Tlifi-.u. TSl.irie!. or Cornoratlons.
l..i alnnlaltnn, IOT DieHIII SUW ".
, i.M.tri.i t.'atnl1iliment. for Iron,
TltOURLE AND EXPENSE.
cl DowJ will furnish Biavo factory Kind,
ice, dry. alrcadyeut wood, In any part of
VkfoXnAM, trouble In
Jl. Mn...l.v'a d.unatore.orad
them to Michael Uowd, through the poj.
i found t Reed 4 JIunn'a from
Any worn iu
ceive prompt attention.
jeneral blacUsmlthlng business carried on
'ETTAUERS & WINEMAN,
mrouTcns and joboiss or
MitUlRnu Avenue, netweou Mwl-
ISOU III"' BOiimri
Iiilllcutlon twice, Ilnllolln llnlldlnsr,
HOW IT OOT OUT OF TIIK UNITED STAT KM,
(From tho Newark Courier.)
Tho orlcln of tlianlluslon to Now .Tersev
ns a foretell country is said to bo as fol
lows : Alter me Uowniall or tho first Na
poleon, Ills brother Joseph, who had boon
king of Spain, and his nephew, Prlnco
Murnl.son ol.tho klnirof Italv-sonpht ref.
ugo In this country and brought much
wealth with them. Joseph JJonoparto
wished to build o palatial residence here,
but did not dosiro to becorno n citizen, as ho
honed to return to Etirono. To cnnblo him
as an alien to hold cstato required a special
act of the legislature. Ho tried to get one
passed for Ills benefit in several states,
but failed, llo was much chagrined, es
pecially lmcuUfeo Pennsylvania icfuscd.
After llii i he fintillod to tlio Now Aimv
legislature, which body granted both him
and Mural tho privilege of purchasing
land. They bought a traet nt liordcri
town, and built macnlllccnt lwel lines.
and fitted them up In tho iiiostcutlly man
ner. Rare puintingt, statuary, A:c., wore
profuse, unil selected with care, and the
(round laid out with exquisite taste.
Joicph Bonaparte's residence was, per
haps, tho finest in America. Thousands
of people visited it from all parts of Urn
country, and wcro irenica courteously.
lie was profuso wltn his money, and guvo
11 great impetus to busineis in tho little
town. Tho Phllttdelphinnn, ilndingthat lie
had apparently no end of money, and that
ho used It to I'encllt business Kenerullv, re
gretted, when it was too lute, that they
had refused to let him locate among them
selves; and, to keep up their mortification,
wouiu always taunt Jorseymen wltn iiuv
inK a kinc with irnnortintr tho kinir of
Spain lo rulo over them j they were called
Spaniards and foreigners on this account.
Hut these taunts harmed no one. as the
Jerscymcn lost nothing by their alluring
him to settle among them, and tho term
"foreigner," jokingly upplyed to Jersey
men, has come down to us'Ioiil' after its
origin bus been forgotten, except by a few
men or past generations, .nnny yearsago
durini: the reicn of Louis Phillinnc. wc
bolicvo both ltonaparto arid Murutfouid
they could safoly return to Kurtpe, so they
sold out and returned.
Willi It Bloomy nllrtiilniitN, low nnlr
IIn' Uriirmnloii, In ulmilnry pmlnion.
lonsor uriiirn, Hrriiiitlorrlii-H, lot l
power' illaxy limit, lost of iiirmory,
mid tlirenlviird liniirlciirf mill l.ni
ellltK, Mill n lotcrriKn cure In Hum.
iireyx iionieoimiiiic niirrinc A
nenlr-lulil. Coinpoie.i of the maul rulus
tie mll'l nl potent curullTee, thoy lrike
onJe mt the roots ol the matter, tone up the )
tern, rrest tha ilLcliarg'-i, uml Impart iiorn
aneriy, Hie and vitality to the entire man. Tney
hatecureii thoimnils nf cae. Price, ir
;ackKeiof lire boxen ami a lare U vial, vhich
a very ImjKirltDt lu obstinate or old caien, or II
:raingle(oz. BoM by all iJru?nlt, and Kent
jr rnatl on racelDt ol Drice. Aildreii Humtilirev'
Hecific Homeopathic Jlfcdlclno Co., llroa-J
way, r. i. I . c,iiuji.
augiiowawiy Aseoi, Cairo, lllinola.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sitrn and Ornamental
Ileeorntlvr l'iiirrliiuiuliiK, Knlooimn-
lnghent tt)le ol the art, anI
that dely competition.
siior i.v rEitnr iiousk. c-ohnkk r
.TltEKT AND CMMEKCIAL AVENUK.
An aanrlinpnt nt the ntmre cans, securely
racked lor shipment, for sale at Cincinnati prices
and IrciKht, by HAUCLAY 1JUOS.,
HTOVKN. TINWARi:, 17rC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Voile;
Ware, coal iious, I'lreonoveis, Air umn,
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
sW-rtooflng, Guttering, and
work done at shortest notice.
all kinds of Job
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
QUEENS WARE j
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
Ily buying your
F TJ 1 3ST I T TJ E
WavliliiKloii'iiv., ciir t'oslnni llitime
Mcsr. Kicbliotl lirnthfMdMlre to Inform the
eltiu'ns of Cairo that thev are manufacturing nil
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hare now on hand and foi sate, at
Wlioli'snlc nnil Itrtnll,
All kinds, and wil continue tc keep at their
BALES ROOMS, IN TIIKIK NEW UUILDINO,
Eery dicription of cheap and coitly lurniture,
JSTMarble Topj.eil liureaus,
3-Varilrols, Sola Chairs,
1I-Ix5ungfs,etc , etc.,
Which they will Kiiar.mtee to Hell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can he tough! from any other dealer In
the city, (ine them call and satlrly our
Moot KiirreHMiil, loiulir mid l'erfect
Ol the period nro our wcll-knwn
Both are of Iho simplest conilrucllon, and so
easily managed that wo pisranteo tnem to uiv
As no article In the household has a greater In
fluence in promoting the health, comfort and hap
piness of the family circle than tho cooUnjc
stove, it is economy as well as policy to get the
very best; and in iiylnjrihe
You can rely onKCtlinR tho most successful, pop.
ular and perfect cooKing stove eier made fur
fou are alwn)8 sure of havlnsJuicy, Tender and
llclicious Uecfetukcs, Cliiekeu, Ham, Chops, etc.
Excelsior Manufacturing Company,
Ul'iondClt N. Mam.st.,Ht. Louis, Mo.
ANU AMj i.ivk BTOVE D AI.EIia.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent,
II. T. GER0ULD;
STEAI AND GAS FITTER
Filter's and Plumber's material. Wood
pumps, globe and angin vulws, stop
cocks, clieoli vahc,etc.
ALSO AUKNT roa
Tufts Ilrolliersi I'll tent Ilry n Meter
And Morehouse, Wells A Co's Automatic, watei
Indicator and supply vuive nirnieuui
WINTERS BLOCK, COMMKHL'lAL-AVKNUJi
,,,, i xToitii a vit. If1 On receipt of price, these remedies will bo ship
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE LO. pea t0 any placo. t Prompt altonlion paid to all
Solicits all kinds ol risks,
HOOTS AMI NIIOI'.S.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
llelwcen WashlnRton avenue and Poplar Street
Ilools and filioct Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SiailT FACTORY
sotr. Airier roa
BOOTS AND S II 0 E S
Contmrrrlnl Avenue, .'orner of IMclith
PARTICUI.ATt ATTENTION rAll TO ALL Olt' I
lir.na koi; iiooroKmin m im.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR
HAVE proved, from tho most amplo exper
ience, an entire succett Simple Prompt
htticlent and Keliable, They are the only medi
clncs perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple that mistakes variant be mado In Using them;
sn harmless at to be free from danger, and so
elliclentas to bo always reliable. They have rais
ed the hlghel commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
1, Cures I'eversi.congenlon, Intlammallons.iU
2, " Voriii, worm fever, woim cohc....!U
3, " CryliiK-colIc or teetlilnRot infants...'
4, 11 Islrrlioca, of children and dults.'i'i
r, 11 lIVHentcry, Kilpint;. b'llous colic...2A
6. " S'liolerrt'iiiorbus, omltlnir...
7, " i'liolern. colds, bronchltus M
, " curi.lcln, touthiche, fncencheu...i!l
c, " lleiKliU'lics, sick heMacne, verilgom
10, 11 IyNii'tl' bilious stomache- Jii
11, " Siiii(rfsel,or I'iilnfil periods...'
VI, " VVIifK'H, too profuse perlode......M
13, Ooiiii, cough, difficult breathing...
II, " Kiilt Itlioiim, Erysipelas, EruptlonsM
19, " ItlieiimiitNm, riieumtilc pius...'i5
10, 11 I'eierand AKiiP.chlll lever.aguesSO
17. " I'llvs, blind or bleeding 60
IS, 11 Oplit III rmy, and sore or weak cyesSO
1'J, Culiircli, acuie or chronic, IntluentatiS
So, '' M'liooiliiK-:oiiKhi violentcougtrsM
" Antliimi. oppretsed breathing .C0
iMr iii iiuri;es, impaired neanngMi
" Kerorulu.enUrKfd glands, swelllwi'40
21, " Ueiicrnl Ileulllt)', physical weak
ness . M UJ
23, 11 llropnyand scanty Secretions (0
' Ne NlckiH-Ht.slckness from rldlna6o
27, " liiniicy-liiseaoo, (travel w
2D, 11 .NerioiiH IXlillll)', seminal cmis-
ons, Involuntary dischargee .-1 IK)
Flielloxe-i, wits one l vial of powder
verv necetsarv id serious cuses...5 00
Nre Moiilli, canker - CO
L'rliinry WeukiiCNN, welting bed.sJ
l'lilnrul HcrlexlN, withsriams.....6a
s uficriiiKHiSt change of life.... 1 00
Kiillppny .Spasms, at.Vitui'dance.l 00
llillierliiulc, erated sore thr nt 60
Pillll V ML
ir:t5to (!0 Iiircv i IhIn, inororco
orrotenoiKl elite, cwiiliiluliimi
sK-ellle far s-vcry oiulliinry lls-
it liuiilly lsstiltjcet to, unit
hooks f illreetloiiH ....from SlOtoJiJ
Smaller I'nmlly und'SriiielliiKca e-,
2U to it vials uom SVJ to 89
Speolflc lor all I'riviitu IHsenxes,
loth for 4'tirliiK '' '"r lreen
tltc treatment, in vials and pocset
ciues to S
POND'S EXT 11 ACT
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Piles, Dolls, Htiuys,
Sore Eyes, Illeedlngof tho Lungs, Nose, Stom
ach, or of Piles; Corns, Ulcers, Ol 1 Sores.
Puce, 6oi., M cts.; Pints. 81.50; Quarts, Jl'7S.
OD-'l'iieso remedies, except Pond s Extract,
by tho case or single box, are sent to any part ol
thocouhtrv, by mall or express, freo of charge,
on receipt ol the price. Address
HUM PHHhYS1 SPECIFIC
HOMEOPATHIC MEIUCINE CO.
Office and IJepot, No. Ilroadway, New-Tork.
FOK SLE BY P. fcCIIUil, C.MKO, Ills,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Sirs. ( Cures colic and griping 1 Prlre,
IVIIIVI'IIMIl'K 1 In llin l.on . 1 .. Hll.l fil. I ''.i
let thing. J
Mibdtiei. i! o ii vul-li ns Prlre,
and jverenmes iill dis- i't
ent' incident to in- ' Cents,
Cures diarrhea, iticn- Prlre,
tery ami milliner com- Si
phiintinchildienol nil ' Cents.
IV II I I COM IPS
It is tho (Irent Intaiil's and Children's hoollilnc
Itemedy In all ilieorders brought on ny Teething
orany oilier uaitse. Prepared hy (lie
O HAT TON MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Sold bv Druggiils an
ealers In Mtdlcine
A ROOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Private Counselor
tn the Married or
thoso aboutto marry
on tho physiological
mv.iArlABnnrl rnvolnt Inns nf the BeXUal SVStem
with the latest discoveries In producing ami pre
venting atlspring, preserving tnecornplexion,4c.
This is an interesting work of two hundred and
twenty Icur pages, wlm numerous engravings,
and contains valuable information for those who
are married or contemplate marriage; sunn isa
book that ought to bo muler lock and key, and not
Sent lo any one (free of postage) for 60 cent
Address Dr. Ilutts' Dispensary, Jvo. I.,
Eighth street, 'M. Louis, Mo.
notice to the Atlllcted mid L'nfortunisle.
Hcforo applying to the notorious Quacks who
adverllso in the publlo papers or using any Quack
remedies, peruse Dr. mitts' work, no matter
what your disease Is or how deplorable your con.
Dr. Ilutts can bo consulted, personally or at
mall, on thodisae,ei mentioned in hU works,
office, No. 12 N. Eighth street, bet Market and
Chestunt St Louis Mo. mtVdwlv
Hue these only, and savo time, heal.h nud
money. Jl.ooo lewardlor any rase of dlseae, In
any stae which ineyiau in euro.
DR. lUCHAU'a DOLDEN RALSAM,
Nos. I and 'i, are ,ho greatest alteratives known
Dlt. HICIIAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIK D'AMOUlt
is the greatest tonic and astringent le the mod
I)H. IIICH AIPS (iOLDEN ANTIDOTE
is the only reliablo ditiratio.
'I'tieMn remedieH are not advertised to Clirenl
cninnlaliiti. and benellt nnnn: but are guaranteed
toetfectn radical and speedil cme in lilt eases for
which they are recommended, when all other
treatinont has failed. Tens of thousands yearly
recover by their use. who havo lost all hope, ami
been pronounced as Ineuiable hy Ilia best of our
DR. RIOHAU'S GOLDEN RALSAM
No, I, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore throat anil
mnulh.aoro eyes, cutaneous eruptions, topper
colored blotches, sorenees or iho scalp, scroiuia,
eta. It is tho greatest renevntor. alterative ami
blood purifier known, mimes all mercury from
tile sisiein, uuii leaves lliu mouit puiu iwiu
1)11. HICIIAU'S fiOLDRN UAI.HA1I
No, 2, cures morcurlal atlections, rheumatism In
an ns lorms, inei ivn iniiiictnaie reuei iu
Dlt. HICIIAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE.
A radical euro lor nil urinary doraugements
I'iice, i pur iioiuii.
nil. HICIIAU'S GULDEN KI.IXIll D'AMOUlt
A rvlical cure for nervous orKcuernl debility. In
old or young, imparling energy with womienu
Pripn ner bottle, or two for S'J.
OUrrrrl llUllusJlllBt wuhh s;riiiiiito n iu tstittsi.
of "1)11. HICIIAU'S GOLDEN ltEMUDIEH, l. H
IttciiAUDS, tola proprietor," mown m giasj
Circulars sent. Trade Bupplltd m a liberal dla
Address, Dr.D.U.HIchards,228 Varlds-st., N,
WIKHS AND I.UIUOII.
V. M. STOUKFLETII,
st'ccrsson roin.r. a sTocattrrii
Itecllfyrr nnil Wlioleonlo llenler In
.I'orelKH ami llotneillo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
HE keeps on hand constantly a full stock o
Old Kentucky llourlion, 11 o and Mononga
hela Whiskies, French Ilrandies, llollaud Oin,
Rhine and California Wines, Jin30tf
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
luifiorler nml M'ltolcsinlo Dealer lu
TOBACCO &c CIGhA-IEeS.
. Agent for tho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ales or lIlfTcrent Kinds.
75 Ohio Levee,
tt CAIKO, 1LLIN0H.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
K0EIILER & BROTHER
Have reopened the
I'OI'l'I.AK Ml! AT MAltKKT,
BetHeen Ninth nml Tenth Klrects,
and will keep constantly on hand the best meats
slaughtered in the Ciiro market. They defy com
petition, (live them a trial. sepUltf.
BTJTCH IE ZR,
ano iir.iLtn iv
Eiqiitii Street, Between Wasuinqton
Adjoining HlttciilioiiNC A Ilniiny'sj.
Keep Iho best of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal
Lamb, Sausage, etc., nud are prepared to serv,
citizens in the most acceptable manner. agSOe
ilntelier nnd Denier In nil Kluds Freali
Coaxis .ViMETLcaru asd Pori-AR Stbeet.
CAIll ). ILLINOIS.
BUYS and slaughters only the very beit cattle,
hogi and sheep, and is prepared to till any
clem ami for fresh meats from one pound to ten
thousand pounds. le;20tf
This super!) Hair Dye is tho hist ix viir Wuai.i
Perlectly Harmless, ltd i able and Intthanteous.
No disappointment. No Ridiculous Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. The genuine W. A. Bachelor's
ilair Dye produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid
lllack or natural Drown. Does not Stain the
Skin, but leaves the Hair Clean, Soft and Ueautl.
fill. Tho only Safu and Perfect Die.
Sold by alltlriigKlsts. Factory 10 Ilnnd Street,
.h- iuik. lanyvtueoiIJIwiy
Hannv relief lor vouna men from tho elleciso
rrors nnd abuses in early lite. Manhood re.
tared. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to marriage removed. New method of treat,
ment. Now and remarkablo remedies, llooks
and circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
dress HOWAIID ASSOCIATION, NO. 2 South
Ninth St.. Philadelphia., Pa. ocltdswtl
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE
MRS. 0. McGEE,
EIQIITII STREET, BETWEEN WAS1I1NQT0N
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Has just received n full and elcndtd line of
Drera trimmings, silk gimps, silk galoon, gui
mire laces, moss trimmings, crocket buttons.
silk ami velvet buttons, pliuh nnd trimming icl-
vei, uais hiiu uouneis, lino Km gloves, lauies- aim
uhildrens' shoes, nnd a full and completo stock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which she proposes to sell at
VERY LOWEST LIYINO CASH PRICES.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
130 Ohio l.evec, nenr Ktono Dep(
J.D. Z AN ONE, PHOPRI ETOR,
Fresh Shell Oysters Received Daily,
Principal Offlco 101 AV. Fifth St., Cin. O
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT ENTERPRISE IN
THE COUNTRY !
Ij. ID. SirCTIEJ'S
To be drawn Moniiay, January 1st, 1S72.
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
Two Grand Capital Prises
$ 10,000 ,x AMERICAN noi.ii
lojooo i.ir ami:iiicaxniijVi:ii
Five prltcs of l,000 Ten Prltcs 3,00; ca
Ono span of Matched Horses, with Family
Carrisgo and Silver-mounted Harness
wortn 1 i
Fivo Horses A Buggies, with Silver-mounted
Harness, worn CO
Five Flno-loncd Iloscwood Pianos, worth,
2." Family Sewing Machines, worth, each.... 500
2300 Gobi and Silver Lever Hunting Watch
es (in all), worth, each, from f-fltom
Ladies' Gold Leoniinn Chains, Gent's Gold Vest
Chains, Solid and Double-Plated Silver Table
anu itaspoons, I'liotograpli Albums, Jewelry, etc
Whole number gifts, 2.5,000. Tickets limited to
Agents warded to sell Tlekclsto whom 'born,
premiums will bo pan),
Single tickets 12; six tickets J10; iwelvc tickets'
$20; twentvfive lo.
Circulars containing a full lit of prlr.es, a de
scription of Iho mannir of drawing, and other In
formation In reference to Iho distribution, wlllba
sent to any one ordering them. A1I1 letters musi
be addresied to L. D. SINK, Ilox (.0,
orricc, Cincinnati, O
101 west 6th st. nov20dawSvr
Chnrtered Mnreta SI, lttOO.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. ft. SAFFORD, President;
S. S. TAYI.OIt, Vice-President;
W. II YSLOP, becrctnry and Treasurer.)
P. W. Barclay, Ciias. GiLiaiira,
F. M. Stockvleth, Pai'l G. Scneii,
It. M. Cl'SMSQIIAM, W. P. llALLIOAV,
J. 21. 1'IIILLirS.
DepoMllHof nuy Amount Ilerelved from
Ten CentH Upwards.
XNTEKEST paid on depasils at the rateol six
percent, per annum, .March 1st and Septem
ber 1st, Interest not withdrawn is r.dded linmo
dlately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
to that no osr. rut can deaw it.
Open every business day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday evening lor HAVING DEPOSITS
only, from 5 to s o'clock.
au20tr W. II YSLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY, President
A. II. HAFFOltD, Cashier;
WALTER IIYSI.OP, Assistant Cashier,
Staats Tai lob, kobirt H. CussisauAM,
Scott White, W. P. Haiiidav,
Gi.u. D. Williamson, Srti'iiiN IIird
A. II. Saiiooii.
KxchniiKe, Colli nnd United Nliilcn
llond IIoiikIiI nnd Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and
a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HlirtD, President;
IIOHEKT W. MILLER, Vice-President
C.N. HUGHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
T7IXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
U States securities bought ana soiu.
Intereot Allowed on Time Deiioxlls.
Anil Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
AVINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
07 Ohio Lovec,
Ilelween Ninth and Tenth Streets,
COAL! COAL! COAL!
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Coiunicrcial-av., Foot of Elovcntli-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at Iho yanl on Fair
FULL WEiailT WARRANTED.
h shortest notice in an)
part ol the ci.y, t Ither by Ihe half ton, ton or car
PROSPECTUS FOR 187.2N
A topreuniatite and Champion of Ameri
An Hlu$iraUd Morithly Jfumal claimed t
oc me nanatomeal Paper in ihe
"Give mv love Intho ..,.. ...
ALDINE who aro striving to make their profes
on worthy of admiration lor beauty, as it tiaa
Iwayi been for usefulness," if enry Ward Btethtr
THE A1.D1SF.. while luannd wllh .11 ik. ....
nlarlty, has none of the temporary or timdu inter
est characteristic of ordinary periodicals, ills
anolegantmlscellaney of pure, light, and grace
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NEW FEATURES FOR 1872.
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