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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY EVE., AUGUST 21, 1883.
ROSSER & MoOARTHY,
Publishers and Proprietors,
To Whom Adduess All Communications
TO-DAY'S ADVEIITISE3IEXTS.
W. T. Berry Gilt-edged butter.
Lost Coral breustpln.
Heeman Combination Notice.
LostNecklace.
'Tin the hanJ asFoft ns tho nestling bird,
That grips with tho grip of steel ;
'Tls the volco us swoet as the summer wind
That rules without appeal.
And tho warlor, Rcholar, saint aud sago
May fight and plan and pray,
But tho world will wag to tho end of time
In tho llttlo woman's way.
Air. E. K. Hord, late of this cltv, is
now nt Kansas, City, Mo., ami is connected
with tho law firm of Gae, Ladd
& Small, of that city.
The Maysville Knitting Company will
not resume operations until Thursday,
August 30th, owing to, some necessary
changes of machinery.
Telegraph Ofllcc Burned.
Special to Daily Bulletin.
Chicago, Aug. 21, 18S3. The telegraph
oiTice in this city was destroyed by tire
last night.
Mi:. A. R. Bukgkss who has decided to
largely decrease his stock of dry goods,
announces elsewhere a cheap sale that
will certainly be of especial interest to
tho ladies. Mr. Burgess for some time to
come expects to make his establishment
n veritable " sensation store."
Persons who have been waiting to obtain
children's and youths' clothing of the
latest stylo and material can now bo accommodated
by Hechinger Bros. & Co.,
who havo just received a largo invoice
whic hhas been made expressly for their
trade. They desire to assure their friends
that the prices at which these goods have
been marked are much lower than such
goods are usually sold for. The stock has
been imported with a view of offering
special advantages to customers, and that
they may confidently expect.
Attempted Suicide.
Miss Lizzie Harrison, tho sixteen-year-old
daughter of Isaac Harrison, of this
city, was discovered about half-past six
o'clock Monday ofternoon,at the residence
of Mrs. Spencer, on Short street, suffering
from an over-dose of laudanum, taken
with suicidal intent. Doctors Shackle-ford
and Adamson were summoned, and
by prompt attention saved the life of
the young girl. The motive of the deed
is said to bo . despondency occasioned
by the thoughtless and unkind remarks
of some of her companions.
PERSONALS.
Mr. Sherman Otto, of tho Kentucky
Central, is at homo sick.
Misses Maggie nnd Lizzie Pollitt, of
Tollesboro, aro visiting Mrs. Given, of
Third Street.
Mrs. McClure, of Paris, and her sister,
Miss Minnie Winn, of Winchester, are
visiting their uncle, Win. Winn, near
Washington.
Rev. M. D. Reynolds left this morning
to ntteud tho State Sunday School Convention,
which meets this week at Bowling
Green, Ky.
Miss Maggie L. Conroy, who has been
visiting friends in Maysville for sevetal
weeks, returned home, this morning, accompanied
by Miss Laura Shea.
A Manager Interviewed.
Yesterday wo had a pleasant call from
Mr. W. H. Jones, manager of tho new
Soeman Combination. Immediately upon
his taking his seat our reporter was ready
with pencil and paper, to get all dots for
our citizens, and interviewed the gentleman,
"Mr. Jones, does your combination
play in our city?"
" Most certainly we do ; and it is' with
pleasure wo nnnounco that we open tho
season September Oth, 7th and Sth."
" How is Seoman this season?"
"Ho is far better than over before,
having added much to his performance."
" Do you still give presents?"
"Now you hit tho nail on tho head.
We glvo tho finest presents this season
that havo over been given away in any
entertainment, und to provQ tho assertion,
they will be on exhibition several
days beforo wo exhibit, aud only ask an
examination." ,
" What new feature havo you?"
"Our greatest featuro is Mr. Seeman's
great suspension act placing his daughter
in mid-air without any support. Wo
have many new features, but this is the
greatest."
Wo could not hold Mr. Jones longer,
as bo desired to leave on tho packet at
one o'clock ; but ho assured us ho would
bo with us again next week, nnd give us
all of tho points. It
jMMTifiiai
CAMP MEETING,
Ruqoles Camp Ground Aug. 19. A
The morning prayer meeting was conducted
by Cornelius Foster. The speaking A
meeting was led by W. G. Bradford.
Attlie close 0. J. Howes asked all who
enjoyed the second blessing to stand up,
whereupon u. dozen arose. Then all who
desired the blessings were requested to
stand, and from twenty to twenty-five
arose.
Rev. James Ruugles preached at 11 a.
in. on " The Baptism of tho Holy Ghost."
The platform did not present its usu d ministerial
urray, since Rev's. Walsh, Euda,
Phillips and Northeott had left on their
several missions elsewhere.
A parting follows every meetinc and
gatherings here, howsoever blessed, must
be transient.
Bro. Howes preached at 3 p. m. from
Acts 15 : D: " Purihing their heart by
faith." Purity of tho heart is not maturity
; it is not freedom from temptation.
A pure heart is one cleansed from all sin,
as mire as gold is without dross. He il
lustrated this state by elucidatins; the
declaration of the Miis'ter. "The prince
of this world cometli and finuVth nothing
in me." Nothing that responds to
the drawing power of moral ev 1.
Some men think that to aim at heart purity
is like shooting at the sun, it can be
aimed at but never reached. God accomplishes
tho fact for us when we believe
on his son for the blessing. It is
not attainable by repressing the old man.
He must be cast out and if he is not
there will be an outward manifestation
of him. It is not attainable by getting
more religion, nor bv growth for this is
not tho teaching ol Scripture, nor the
testimony of men who have received it.
There are but two steps lor tho believer
into the cleansing fountain, perfect self-
surrender and perfect trust. The meeting
closed with altar service, in which
two persons were sanctified and one reclaimed.
A large crowd assembled at Saturday
night preaching. Dr. Stevenson preached
on the parable of the prodigal son. First
thought was that poition ot grace which
God gives all men ; tho moral scaffolding
for rearing tho everlasting circle of Godly
character ; departure of the prodigal was
not necessary. There was here a dwelling
upon the rearing of children in the
way in which they should go with
on interesting comment on infant
baptism as a sign of the solemn giving
oi them to God. Alar country signineil
a vast divergence in thought aud life.
Recollections if homo moved his return.
An interesting altar service followed, ten
persons coming forward of whom three
were converted.
SUNDAY.
Early prayer service was conducted by
Cornelius Foster
Bro. Howes led the Love Feast at S:30
a. m., briefly expounding " Perfect Love
Casteth out Fear," saying, " It cast out
the fear of want and of death, and if
God cannot deliver from siu in this life
he could not trust Him to deliver from
death and hell." This meeting grew in
numbers as the people arrived until the
auditorium was well filled. Testimonies
of tlie power of Christ to change and I
purify the heart were free and "warm.
Thovuh most of them were inaudible to
the reporter, yet a light shone in many
faces that camo from the same sun that '
made luminous the faces of Moses and
Stephen, and transfigured the person of
the uutster.
Dr. Stevenson preached at 11 a. m.
from Genesis 22 ; 12: "For now I know
that thou hast not wit held thy son, thine
only eon from me." The feifr of God is
the beginning of wisdom, was the first
thought elaborated. Some men pride
themselves in not recogu'zing God's existence,
and claims upon their
confidence, order and safety result from
the fear of God. This perfect obedience
of Abraham was the manifestation of his
perfect faith. The final thought impressed
was that earthly labor will
sweeten heavenly rest. An interesting
altar service followed the discourse.
Rev. C. J. Howes, of Covington,
preached at 3 p. m. ftom Proverbs 3 ; 5:
"Trust in the Lord with all thy heart,
and lean not unto thine own understanding."
All men who are concerned about the
destinv of the soul seek an object of trust.
There are only two objects the Lord and
the human understanding. The acceptance
of one object involves tho rejection
of the other. The understanding being
what we learn from the cradle to the
grave is an lnsuincient object ot trust,
since its'only supplies aside from Rev.
and consciousness come through the
senses. And these last, affected by
health, atmosphere and other things aro
very fallible. Science knows not what is
force much less what a soul is, neither of
Heaven or Hell. In death we want not
a know-nothing to trust, but we want to
lean on the bosom of him who told
Martha and Mary, I am the resurrection
and the life.
The altar was a?ain crowded with penitents,
several of whom were blessed.
W-G. Bradford preached at night from
Dan. 5, 27: "Thou art weighed in tho
tho balance and art found wanting." The
crowd was largo and very serious. Dr.
Stevenson followed with an earnest appeal
to which some responded, or rather
to the unheard appeal of the searcher of
all hearts before the doctor ceased to
talk.
Tho altar service was interesting, one
voting man receiving pardon who had
been under conviction ever since last
camp meeting. This was tho last service
and camp meeting ended in this grove
for this vear.
The children's meeting under brother
Lano and others was so (successful that a
chapel is to be constructed for their use
next year. Tho young people's meeting
was also well-attended and productive of
great good. s
Don't fill tho system with quinine in
tho effort to prevent or cure fever and
ague. Ayer's Ague euro is a farmoio
potent preventive and remedy, with tho
advantage of leaving in tho body no poisons
to produce dizziness, deafness, headache
and other disorders. Tho proprietors
warrant it.
A SOBER FACT.
nr A SUVFRKEH. ,
Most brutes know where their talouts lie ;
A bear will not attorn pt to fly ;
foundered horse will oft debate,
Before ho trjes a five-barred gate ;
dog, by lustlnct, turns aside.
Who sees tho ditch too deep and wide ;
But a Mayto'llle Hog, tho only creature,
Who, possess'd of a dovll, defied dame nature;
Who, when sho loudly cries forboar 1
With obstinacy fixes right there j
And, when his genius least lncllues.
Absurdly bends nls whole design,
As when, entering your front door,
Ho wallows 'pon your office or hall tloor.
Young, old, and middle-aged, all experience
tho wonderful beneficial effects
of Ayer's Parsaparilla. Young children
sufleriug from sore eyes, sore ears, scald-head,
or with any scrofulous or syphilitic
taint, may be made healthy and strong
bv its use.
RETAIL MAUKKT.
Corrected dally by O. W. Okiskl, grocer,
Second treet, .Mhjv.vIIIo, Ky.
FLOCK.
Limestone S - m
Muysvllle Family
Old Gold 7 O'l
Mason County 1o
Kentucky Min fi Ot'
Magnolia, now 5 7o
AhllVS
Lurd.'jl I2'4
Eggs, & do. 15
Meal $ peck
Chickens 15(3 2-"1
Mouses, fancy 7H
COttl011.WK.il i'O
sugar, granulated "y to, 10i8
a. m
" yellow W lb Hijid
Comb Honey , 15
Strained Honey 10,.
Hums, sugar cureil e x "iO
Bacon, breaktast "H tr. i?
Hominy, gallon , J5
Beans gallon ,
Potatoes y peels, new 15
Cnde ViittV
W.A.XTTS.
"WrAN'TS I Customers for gilt but
tt ter. To be dellveied In Mtivsvllle in
live pound lots or more eveiy Suuuday.
Leave ordeis at the Hcllktin otllce.
a22dlw W.T. BERRY ' -'- T'"
ivm a lunu o inuK it,.,..,.-V
co, or will raise tobacco on shines. The
best of tefereuce given.
PERRY GRAYUILL,
n20d&w2w Minerva, Ky.
few day bonders mid
ers. Will a so fur ilsh with
meals. Meals furnlhel t cimoiii
MRS F. PERRIE.
nl7J&ww Corner Third md ntun.
FHl KKT.
HE. NT Tlnee nice 10 ii)s on i.uti.
17Mlt with "" children,
a 1 5d I W JOI1.N WALSH.
ItEN'r The house ornerb
IJiOlt
. occupied by Dr. l'he house i
in repair with water mid gas
through the building. Apply to
JAMES WHITE
fok
Ait TICKETS I'll 1:1: -A car ticket w'l
CI be ul veu 10 verynody who buys one do.-1
hn's worth of gtoceile.s irom me.
II. E. DAULTON,
n Sdlw East .iiiyvllii'.
(1AK TICKKT.H will give n ear
j ticket to the buyer ol every one dollar's
worth of goods, lor cash, at my establish-
'"t"1' . ye' "d trosii stoclc Inst received.
Prices to suit all. HERMANN LANG!-,
alodlw The Jeweler,
17111:1; Itlin:. Dining the nreent week
L to eveiy nuyer of one dollar's woith or
over of queensware, etc., I will preset. t a
stieet car il ket. My stock is l.nge, tresh and
every department lull. Pilces low,
G. A. MCCARTHEY,
n!5tf 24 Sutton Str-et.
LMHl n baigaln. A No. 0
t1 vorlte cooking stove, beds stnlims.
washstand. kitchen and extension tables,
castors, washbowls, nlicheis, sate, lot 01
dishes, etc. FRED sJCHATZMANN.
auglOdlw
17 OK flue Alderuey heifer, two
1? months old. Apply to
alodlw WM.MCCI.ANAHAN.
T?OK NAl.E A desirable name resilience
JC on Second street. Apply at once to
alodlw SALLEE & Court Pt
large Hue of Bicycle Snlrts
FOK prices ranging troin 31.25 to Cull
aud examine them.
NESniTTA McKRELL.
al3d2w No. 2ii, Sutton street.
SAIiE Vacant lots on Fleming pike.
Foil to nl3dlm O. S. JUDD.
UOIl NAl.E Five vacant lots lu Wood-Annly
I; vllle must sell. to
M. F, MARSH, Sutton street.
LOST.
-A gold necklace. The tinder will
LOST it at u2l THIS OFFICE.
On Saturday, between the postoftlco
LOST Miss MattleCarr's millinery store, a
coral bar breustpln. Please return to this
olllco and be rewarded. a21tf
T OST-Ou Saturday, on Mai ket street, a
J j twenty dollar bill. Pleuse return to this
olllce and bo rowarded.
ulOdlw JAMES STANDIFORD.
On lost Saturday night, a Uuildlng
Association book. The Under will be re-
waided by leaving It at
nzuuiw THIS OFFICE.
Saturday last betweeu tho Contral
LOST and the residence of Mrs. Glvens,
on West Third street, a pink cameo ring, l'he
Under will please return It to this olllce and
be rowaided. o7dtJ.
WcOARTICEY. Licensed Auctloueer
TJ. Mason and udjolulng counties. Orders
left atthe HUXLKTIN olllco will lecelve
prompt attention. P. O. address Mt. Carinel.
cc O. IB. 37
SMOKE tho "O. It." Cigar, manufactured by
R. H HINTON & CO., Thlid htteet, next
door to tho Neptune Hall BB-For sale by all
tooucco tieiueis. aulsUtf
DISSOLUTION NOTICE,
JN OTICE Is hereby given that tho firm of
BURGESS &. KOL1N has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent, J. M, Nollu withdrawing.
Either member of the old firm is
authorized to col'ect tho dobts of tho old firm.
ASA R. BURGESS,
August 15. J. M. NOLIN.
A CHEAP SALE !
A S A. R. BUKQESS HAS BOUGHT THE
jt stock of Dry Goods ol Buraess & Noun.
and will continue the business at tho sanin
stand, will close out the lollowlng goods regardless
or cost :
500 1'IKCESOF
DRESS - GOODS
At half their original cost. ALL WOOL
EMPRESS CLOTHS In good shades for 25
cents ler yard. ALL WOOL FILLING
JEAN, extiu heavy und good colors, worth a
50 cents, lor 35 cents per yaid. A large lot of
GIM STVEES IN"
DRESS GINGHAMS
For 8' cents per yard. Also, a large lot of
Splendid prints lor Scents per yard. A lot
ot RlBiSONS, nice colors, at hull cost.
made Lisle LADIES' WtME
HOSE, worth 50 cents per pair, for Id cents.
MISSES! REGULAR MADE WHITE COTTON
HOSE for lu cents per pair. Also,
.Misses Hose for 5 cents ner imlr. MKXS
SEAMLESS HALF HOSE, extra weight and
uond colors, lor 5 cents pur pair. HATH
TOWELS, large and heavy, for :0 cents pel
pair. Just received, a lull supply ot
LAIHES' AXI GENTLEMEN'S
UNDERWEAR
And Domestics at corresponding low pries.
Mlses' Gossliner CI cubits, all sizes, SI;
Ladle,' Gossliner Circulars, all sizes, 31 23.
KID GLO . ES at .5 cents per pair. Fans
at half price, and many other niticles too
nuinerousto mention. Call and examine the
stock before purchasing.
a.lMilm A. R. BUItOESS.
MUSIC CLASS.
MISS LYDE BERRY will open, ubout the
15th ot September, a niulc class, at her
mother's lesMence. wishing
on the piano should applv to her
torteims. a20dti LYDE BERRY.
BLACK- JiJLARDED
Centennial Wheat,
r HAVE lUty bushels of thl celebrated
L o hand which I will sell tit the fol
lowng rules; on peck lor $-' 'l one busliei
lor sit on, tlve lutshels at JS co per bushel, ie
uisliesiii ;7 oli per bushel, twenty bushels al
7 in' per bushel, or the whole lot of tlitv bush
e s nt ft) ;.,, er mishel. This Is a" Australian
viitMt ui'd lt leld in eiistern Vlrulina nnd
Mm laud hits been 110111 tl ty toseventy bush
Is pe' nine.
inters lett with Rli'hariNon it Kuseli. cor
'leri't Mnrkel and T ilrd sMeets, Maysville.
1 with the u ideislssnd, will be tilled.
lu join orders at once. 1 . .1. HALL.
iil"d&.tf Muysvllle, Ky.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL
roil vorxw uimks.
MISS A. HARRISON. Tempoiary looms
over chapel of tho Christian Chinch.
Joeiis .Monday. Sepi.lt. ls:i. Terms ;)
fl'tand itjn per year (payable qiiinterly In
Fuel and lucliieutnis, .tOc. ner
A liter club will be formed 10 meet
winter evenings. Private classes In Literature
and Histoiy. alOlmd
Wills' World Worm Candy.
fiHE Ret leniedy known lor worms. Put
1 up lu a de icloiis stick ol candy. Chlloien
love to take It. No crying or scolding or choking
or punishing. Ji your child Is fieiful or
netvoii", or has miy symptoms ot worms, trv
this remedy. It 1 peilectly harmless. All
druggists Keep it GEO. T. WOOD,
alolm Wholesale Agent, .Maysville, Ky.
CAR TICKETS
OtrntKKTO ALI.-W
A LL persons who buy tor cash one dollars
IX. worth of clothing, or other articles, at
this establishment will be presented with
street car ticket. We have Just received
new and well selected stock,
albdlw VICROY & LEE.
STREET CAR TICKETS
GIVEN AWAY
At the Cheap Cash Store, to every purchaser
of one dollai's wort h of goods, lor cash.
NE3IH1T & MCKRELL,
al5dlw 20 Sutton stieet.
Street Car Tickets!
GIVEN AWAY.
rno every purchaser buying one dollars
J. worth of goods for cash Horn us, a street
car ticket will be given.
J. W. SPARKS & RRO.,
alodlw No. 21 Market street.
FE-EE HIDE.
MAYSVIM.E STHEKT IIAIMVAY.
npo the puichaser of every dollar's worth or
JL over of goods lu our line, for cash, we will
present a street car ticket. Full line of all
binds of furniture, and prices tho lowest lu
the State. a!5ulw WHITKAQKT,
Public Sale!
I7"E will oiler at public sale on Saturday.
y September 10th, 1SS1, on the premises,
the larm tour miles nonh of Maysllck,
occupied by Mis. Maria Winder. It contains
17o acres, u well Improved, aud has on
It a good house of eight rooms, two tobacco
barns, all necessary and plenty
ot water. The land Is superior tobacco land.
Terms mado known on day of sale. Salo nt
2 p.m. II. M. WARDER,
.J D. PEED, Auc'r. W. It. WARDER.
augl5difcw3v
Carriages and Buggies
FOR SALE.
account of our dissolution, wo offer for
salon tine lot ol now Buggies ot our own
moke. We also have for sale a lot of secondhand
Uaroticbesand Buggies. We luvlte per
sons who need anything in our lino to call
and examine our stock,
ulld&wlm WILSON & DIETERICII.
LEftAI NOTICE.
W. BRINEY. of this county, having
WM. a deed of assignment to the
benellt of all his creditors,
they will pleat-o provo and file their demands
with tho nsslguee as soon ns practicable.
aHdltu G. S. J UDD, Asslguee.
MEAT STORE.
KIRK has opened a dally meat
RC. on Market street, next door to R. B.
LovelV, and will keep nil kinds oi fresh meat
at rea onab e prices and will deliver It lu uny
part ot the city. Call and .see me.
nlfdBm It. C. KIRK.
FARM FOR SALE.
rWILL ofler at public sale on Veliienlny
Aumisi itiuii, it not sold privately beforo
that time, my tarm ot nluet -six octes, three
and one-hall mll's from Muysvllle, on the
Geruiantown turnpike. The place has on it
comlortable dwelling, good stock barn, Ice
house, 11 nest pool lu thecountv which covers
two and on hall acies, Is 18 leet deep
and Is well-stocked with fish. This tarm Is
all in grass except eluhteeu nete and there
Is not an acre ol the tiact that will not mow
tolmcco. ulikvwtd W. E. WELLS.
Established Business
FOR. SALE!
'I1I1E paitnorshlp ol the firm of SULSER,
J. PETRV & CO.. CUar niauufuctureis, of
Maysville, Ky , will exnlre by limitation on
November 1st, lbsii. The machinery, .olllce
"in nitine, copyrights, stock and good will of
the business ate olleied lor sale. For years
the firm has enjoyed the confidence ol tho
trade, and have now booked an exceptionally
tine line olcuslomeis tin oughout the country
on their numeious and very popular brands
of goods. This is a most excellent opportunity
lor any one desiring to engage In tho
manufacture of cleats, to step into an old
established business, fully equlppul with all
macul.ery and appliances lor a large ami
motltuble business. Terms can be made for u
lease lor a leim of yea is on the factory build
ings, tor particulars call on or address
SULSEK, PETRY vt CO..
a'Jdlm Maysville, Ky.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Old BROWN'S PILE CI RE will cure any
case of protiudlng or ulcerated bleeding Piles
by a few applications. A tilal will convince
any one who Is sufleriug with thU loathsome
disease that what we say Is Hue. For sale by
OEOP.GE T. WOOD,
Wholesale Druggist,
Je30dAwlm Maysville, Ky.
T11K l'f,.VCETOKT CHEAP
BED-ROOM SUITS
IS AT
GEOBGE Olll,Jr.fs,
mchSldly SUTTON STREET.
FOR SALS.
BRICK House,
Containing seven 01 eight looms, in the city
ot Maysville. Will sell cheap and upon teitns
to ult puichaser. Call on or address
S. E. MITi HELL, M.D.,
n2dtf Sharpsburg, Ky.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
VOWE Is hereby given, that the firm of
i" A'HEA I'LEY & Co. has thlsday been
solved bv mutual consent, T. W. Wheatley
withdrawing. The nun name In the futuie
will be .1. H. ROGERS a c'O , who will as.
siime nil the liabilities, nnd e beet nil debts
due the old tli m. T W WHEATLEY,
J AM Es H.ROGERS.
August lt, 1SS1. uugSdlm
MAYSVILLE
CITY MILLS.
ROBINSON & CO.
Are otlll grinding corn ami are prepared to
gtlnd your own coin or exchange at any time.
Wheat CUSTOM Grinding
Will be done as heretofore, when good wheat
Is brought to them. atidw2tn
SCHOOL BOOKS!
ITor Maoii County.
riiHE following of the Eclectic Educational
L Series have been oillclally adopted by the
County Boaidof Examiners for exclusive uso
In the public schools ot Mtisou County, viz:
.Mi'GuHey'N IlcHilcrH, Printer mill Chart
Kay' Arithmetic mill Alyrebrns,
Elect v Jeoirriililt's, Kentucky
Edition; Eleetie s.vslcni Pen.
iiumsiii, Electic History
til' tli United Mutes mill
lliowii'si lhslology
niut Hygiene, ete.
Furnished at Publlsher't, rates by
MORRlteON & KACKLEY.
a2il&wlm Maysville, Ky.
T. Lowry,
tDealerln:
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Teas, Qiiecnswnrc,
Cigars. Glassware,
Tobaccos. jVolions.
Highest cash price paid for country produce.
Jyl3.ltf Corner Fourth and Plum stieets.
J, C. Pecor & Co.
MAYSVILLE, KY.
GARDEN SEEDS,
lAIXTS,OM.S, VAKXIN1I, ntul READY
MIXED PAINTS,
WALLPAPER.
Building? Paper,
OnrpotPnpor,
AND
WINDOW SHADES.

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