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106 TO CLERGYMEN, LECTURE COMMITTEES AND OTHERS.

The Committee in charge of the work of Mr. Tibbles and Miss Bright Eyes, are anxious to secure them engagements to speak in Churches or Halls at once. They both have remarkable power of interesting audiences and have abundant testimonials from Bishop Clarkson, of Omaha, General Crook, and many others. They have won universal sympathy and good will wherever they have spoken.

By sending to the undersigned, arrangements could be made for public meetings in Churches or Halls, as may be found convenient. Collections may be taken up at the meetings, and thus no risk would be incurred by any one. If preferred, lecture committees could make arrangements at a stipulated price, which would be very moderate.

The Churches of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, &c., without distinction of denomination, have welcomed Mr. Tibbles and Miss Bright Eyes (daughter of the head Chief of the Omaha tribe) with very large audiences composed of the best people of those cities.

B. W. WILLIAMS
258 Washington St., Boston.
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