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Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, Illinois."
JX0. H. OBEBLT, Genera.! Marnier.
OFFICIAL rATER OP THE CITY AXD COUNTY.
Only Mornlngr Daily in Southern Illinois.
FOB TATI truther,
EDWARD L. ChOSKhlTE, of Stephenson.
FOB BirFIRIKTIMPENT o PfUC IKSTRCCTIOS,
SAMUEL M. KTTEK. of McLean,
res CUHI or tub simsMi covbt, sorntiRl obaxd
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marion.
ft BLBRJt or TUB aPTILLATB COl'KT, tOCTBIBX
JOHN Q. BARMAN, of Alexander.
T0 COKRKe-lHTIlHTU COSORISSIOIUI. DISTRICT
W. J. ALLEN, of Jackson.
TOB MrRISIKTATTTIS rtfTIITB SIK1TORML Bl
TRKT. T. W. HALLIDAT. of Alexander.
T. T. KuBINsoS. of Jackton.
Cut. Thomas will not challenge Judge
Alien to debate with him. Capt Thomas
bragged that he would. Frightened I
"A politician. One that could circumvent
God." Thus the irreverent Shakspcare.
But he had in his mind's eye evidently a
Radical American politician.
Mb. S. I. Davis, the National Greenback
candidate for Congress in this district, is
making a thorough canv ass of it by school
aiistricts. He is an industrious politician.
Mr. Horn proposes a joint discussion
with Mr. Halliday. Mr. Halliday will con
sent if Mr. Layman, the Radical candidate,
And Mr. Rolinron, will also hitch their long
horns in debate.
"Traveler,1 in Judge Dougherty's news
paper, publishes his opinion that the succes
sor of Judge Baker in the Circuit Bench
thould be appointed from one of the counties
f Judge Baker's old circuit. In this opin
ion we agree with "Traveler."
The Republicans will rally at Mt. Car
mel, on 'Wednesday, August 7th, and '"that
noble son of Illinois, Gen. Logan, will le
present." The noble Bon intends to be in
dustrious this fall, IIu will spread himself
over Egypt, not in thin layer, but thick.
All political conventions are sober bodies
aow-a-dayi. The temperance- movement
lias had this effect upon them. The poli
tician no longer drinks whiskey. He has
"Coffee, which mnkes the politician wine,
And nee through all thing with his hulfshtit eye."
'Traveler," in the JoneslioroAdvirtiser,
says Judge Dougherty will not accept an
appointment to Judge Baker's place on the
Appellate Bench. Tlic venerable Judgo
would become the bench and his friends
will regret his determination to not go up
Mr. Harrison Hunt uws or ought to
use CarWline, and if elected will make it a
legal tender for all debts public and private.
Ho is an Absolute Money man, and believes
money might Imj manufactured in the liquid
form as well as tiuiilo of the metals or
The New York Bun says truly, that "the
time is not far distant when Gen. Sherman
will have to be taught law as well us man
ners. He can ns reached by the long arm
of Congress us readily as his brother John;
and we supMwo this thing of dashing
through legal knots with the sword Is not
much to the taste of the American people."
Tub charge is made that Capt. Ends has
not been honest In his treatment of the jetty
ttockiioiuers. AVo are confident this
Charge ih part of the effort being mado to
drive the Captain out of competition with
the men he has put to shame by proving
their river ideus ridiculous, Wuit. He
will clear awuy the vUry mid bring confu-
monupou his txuduaTs.
Mr. IIoli'T, if elected to the legislature,
will not neglect the interests of his colored
constituents. Ho has always denounced the
Radical leaders for their failure to give to
each colored man the long-promised mule
and forty acres, und in tlio legislature h
will labor to supply this failure, He will
do all he can to enact a colored mail's mulo
and land law.
Capt. Thomas will not, as a mutter of
course, challenge Judgo Allen to meet him
on the stump. Capt. Thomas, in his Mur
physboro speech, said ho would; but ho has
certainly reconsidered this assertion, ne
will take our advice and let Judge Allen be.
Of course Capt. Thomas, the gallant gentle
man wh j met the rebels on the field of buttle
and slew them by thousands, is afraid to
meet Judgo Allen on the stump; or, if not
afraid, he knows discretion to be the better
part of valor.
The State Gazette remarks:
"Now that Josh Allen I nominated, we expect
Tub Caiho Benin to do It fbarc toward tiU de
feat." TnE Caiho Buxetin will elect Josh
Allen. It has made up its mind to do so.
After the victory Mr. Allen may not appre
ciate the fact, but that we will bring altout
this result we have no doubt. When The
Bulletin makes up its mind to do a thing
the thing is as good as done. Allen's elec
tion has therefore been placed beyond a
TnE Paducah Sun says that "it would
appear that the average Paducah Democrat
is never so happy as when he is attending
a convention." In this respect there is a
marked difference totween a Paducah and
Cairo Democrat, who goes to a convention
only on compulsion. Almost every Demo
crat in Cairo is too busy with his own affairs
to give any time to his party, But the
Cairo Democrats are very earnest fellows
nevertheless. They don't like the Republi
can party and alwavs vote on fair election
TnE Carbondale Observer, after speaking
of Judge Allen in a slashing manner, re
marks: "Its a straight fight on kith sides
now let her rip ! Three cheers for Capt.
Thomas'." Exactly. There never was an
opportunity to have a straighter fight, and
we are anxious that it shall commence in
good earnest. So, if we must be slangy
in adapting ourselves to our Republican
editorial friends, we join the Observer in its
shout of "let her rip!" We shall be de
lighted with every increase in the degree
of npping. Three times three, and a tiger
for Allen !
The Republicans have discovered at Chi
cago whut will probably prove to be a "false
report." It has ken discovered, so it is
said, that in the last election of congressmen
in the Second District, the certified returns
in the office of the secretary of state show
that the vote was: Col. Geo.R. Davis 14,436;
Hon. Carter II. Harrison, present incumbent
14,391, giving Davis an actual majority of
45, the returns as made up at the time of the
election giving Harrison a majority of C42.
Col. Davis will probably enter into a contest
with Mr. Harrison, but a recount will k-
yond all doubt show the certified returns to
If Mr. Comings did want the nomina
tion of the Nationals for the Legislature he
does not want it now. What is the saving
ukiut sour grapes? But, to be serious, was
not the treatment of Mr. Comings by his
Cairo National friends rather shabby? In
short, didn't Mayor Winter and bis lieu
tenants encourage Mr. Comings to seek the
nomination for the legislature ami then be
tray him? Didn't they say: "Run, Com
ings." and then wink and beat him? Win
ter is a consummate politician, and we have
no doubt he concluded that Houpt would
be of more use to him. A betrayal of Com
ings was the consequence.
The JonesWo Advertiser suggests that
Mr. Okrly resign his office of Railroad and
Warehouse Commissioner and let Judge
Bird, for whom the Advertiser says Mr.
Okrly laments, have it. Mr. Okrly would
bo glad to accommodate the Advertiser,
but he is anxious to have the Republicans
who are so faithfully served by Judge Bird
reward him. He occupies an wflice by vir
tue of Democratic votes, and we assure the
Advertiser that, if Judge Bird will flyover
into the Democratic party and use as much
influence and ability tor its success as he
does for the Republican party, we will give
him u fat place and keep him in it till he
grows us heavy as Falstaff or David Davis.
"Traveler," in Judge Dougherty's Jones
kro Advertiser, objects to Judge Wall's pro
motion to the Apjiellate Bench in Baker's
place, because the constitution provides
"that a judge has to be for one year next pre
ceeding his election a resident of the partic
ular circuit. Judge Wall has never resided
in the First Judicial Circuit; therefore ho is
not eligible." This kind of talk amazes us.
What has the appointment by the Supremo
(tourt of Judgo Wall to be the successor of
Judge Baker on the Appellate Bench got to
do with the constitutional provision referred
to by "Traveler?" Judge Wall might have
been appointed to the Appellate Bench
when Judge Baker was. Why, then, may
ho not be appointed to fill the vacancy that
will be created by Judge Baker's promotion
to the Supreme Bench? "Traveler" does not
know wlmt ho is writing about.
Mr. IIout did not abuse tho confidence
TUP: DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
of Mr. Comings. It is true ho was Mi
Comings' friend in tho Jonenboro convcru
tion of the Nationals; and, while InboriBg
to nominate Mr. Comings succeeded in b
taining the nomination for himself; but ttis
was un accident, und Mr. Comfngs, khg
a meek and patient man, will notcoiuplan.
To an outsider Mr. Houpt's skillful manage
ment of tho convention conveys tho inl
pression that ho is confounded sly, but it is t
well-known fact that all Nationals are low
ly of spirit and pure of mind, and hence tho
suspicion that Mr. Houpt "closed tho eye"
of 5Ir. Comings cannot be entertained. The
Bulletin does not entertain this suspicion'
but, if we should ever desire a nomination,
we hope wo may not be represented by t
friend as devoted to us as Mr. Houpt was U
Mr. Comings. Such friendship is too arden:
The evidence taken by the Potter sub
committee in session at New Orleans, showi
thatthe Republicans manufactured affidavits
in the custom house charging the Democrats
with intimidation, and then, without lead
ing them to the colored witness, swore him to
their truth. These witnesses now swear
that they knew nothing of the contents cf
their affidavits, and that as a matter of fact
the contents were false. On tho 23rd Inst
J.tmes B. McArdle, a prominent Republican,
was examined, and swore that the affidavits
were manufactured in this way; that he
had witnessed the process; that the "visiting
statesmen," with John Sherman at their
head, were frequently in the room while the
affidavits were king made out, and that
they in part superintended the making of the
same; that the "work" was done f"r them,
and from time to time referred to them for
Secretary Sherman, after the organiza
tion of the Potter committee, wrote to the
chairman of it saying he was anxious to pro
duce witnesses to prove bulldozing on the
Democrats of Louisiana. Mr. Potter replied
that he would see about it; and Mr. Morrison
wrote to Mr. Sherman that all the evidence
he could get akut intimidation in Louisiana
had ken already taken. After this corres
pondence had been made public all the Re
publican papers declared that the Democrats
were afraid of Sherman and intended to k
one-sided in their investigation of the Hayes
robkry. But a few days ago, the sub-committee
sitting at New Orleans notified the
Secretary that it was ready to send for all
the witnesses he was ready to examine.
After a little delay his attorney notified the
committee that the Secretary would not call
witnesses to prove intimidation by the Dem
ocrats, but would pursue another line of de
fense. The Secretary has lost his game of
TnE fKls who edit little papers at the
South continue to make themselves ridicu
lous. A short time ago the Oxford (Miss.)
Eagle, said that its editor would not, to
secure an advertisement after an attorney
had emphatically ordered it to be published
in another paper, make two or three appeals
for it. To this squib, which was aimed at
the editor of the Falcon, that foolish fellow
replied by saying, that if the editor of the
Eagle insinuated thi he, "at any time, at
any place, or under any circumstances,
asked, requested or appealed to any attor
ney, or attorneys, for any legal advertise-
ment whatsoever, ho U a liar." Zounds !
this was too much for the editor of the
Eagle. He armed himself. He found the
editor of the Falcon. He drew his pistol.
He said to the editor of the Falcon : "Come
out into the street, and I'll settle this diffi
culty," and saying this he drew a pistol.
The editor of the Falcon was cool. "You
wouldn't shoot anylody," was the quiet re
mark he made, and while doing so he also
drew a pistol. Bang! Bang! Two shots.
The Eagle man's bullet flew wide of the
mark, but the Falcon man's wounded "the
editor across the way" in the arm. Several
other shots were fired. Both these fellows
should be kicked. They nrc evidently
fools. But this kind of conduct may be do
manded by public sentiment at the South.
If so, the South is as foolish us it ever was
before the war when it was the Paradise of
bullies who kiasted and drank and shot and
stabbed und culled themselves "the chivalry
of the country, be Gad!"
We do not desiro to tako any part in tho
troubles of our National-Greenback friends
of this city. They have before them a
troublo-ksct road to travel ; and when men
like Messrs. Metcalf, Winters, Walters,
Comings, Houpt and Roberts attempt to
walk in it together, there is no need of a
prophet to tell us there will k wrangling
and stormy dissensions, Their walk and
conversation, after tho first honied im
pulses of their political honeymoon hve
died away, will k as terrible as tho walk
and conversation of old women who rock
themselves, crone over tho past and rehearse
the injustice they arc constantly receiving
ut tho bauds of those nearest and dearest to
them. For instance, wo shall expect to seu
Comings get Winters into the Greenback
chimney-corner, and holding him by the
button-holo pour into his ear the story of
the wrongs that have been heaped upon him ;
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1878.
and then take Metcalf aside and tell him in
confidence it was a shame so It was that
Houpt treated him so meanly; and then
tako Walters asido and fall upon his nock
and weep in lamentation because Houpt
stole from him the opportunity to shine in
tho councils of the Statu;, and then pluck
Roberts by tho ribbon and tell that noble
patriot of tho shameful treatment ho has re
ceived at the hands of the party lie created
that actually sprang from his political loins.
And we shall cxiiect to see all tho leaders,
Jwnrtiswd Jo sfW-Vfo by tho buzzing complaints
of each other, finally engage in a Kilkenny
cat fight, in which all of them will disap
pear from the scenes that once knew them
but shall know them again no more forever
First, Comings will disappear talking as ho
goes, tho last part of him disappearing king
his tongue which will wag while tho point
of it remains to give point to his expres
sions of disgust. Then Roberts; then Win
ters; then Walters; and at last Metcalf, who
will pass away like a dissolving view, dying
out in a kind of weird glory. We almost weep
while we contemplate thp probable fate of
these good friends of ours, but we do not,
because we desire all our tears for the polit
ical grave of Capt. Thomas.
"AGE AND SONG." i
In vain men tell ua time can alter
Old lovea or make old memorlea falter,
That rflth the old year the old year'a life doaea.
The old dew (till fall on the old aweet flower,
The old hid revive the new fledged bourn,
The old summer rear the new-born roeea.
Much mora a Muu that bean upon her
liniment and wreath and flower of honor,
Gathered long since and long woven,
Fade not or fall a fall the vernal
Bluetom that bear no fruit eternal
By auinmer or w inter charred or cloven.
No time casts dow n, no time upraise,
Such loves, such menuirlea, and uch praises
As needs no graco of lup or shower,
No saving screen from frost or thunder,
To tend and house around and nnder
The imperishable and peerless flower.
Old thanks, old thoughts, old aspirations,
Outlived men's lives and live of nations,
Dead, but for one thing which survives
The Inalienubleand unpriced treasure,
The old Joy of power, the pride of pleasure,
That lives In light above meu's lives.
"IS A FARMER."
T. T. Robinson, Esq., is a farmer of Jack
son county, and possesses good business
"IN A MOST SATISFACTORY MAN
NER." Jonesboro Gazette.
Mr. Halliday i one of the best business
men in Cairo, and has filled several iniior
tant offices in a most satisfactory manner.
"THE GOOD SEND OFF."
Hon. W. J. Alle,n was nominated for
Congress by acclamation. This nomination
was fully endorsed by the ablest men in
the district; and from the good send off on
this occasion, we are confident of his
election by a large majority.
"ONE OF HIS MOST ABLE
Judge Allen, in accepting the nomination,
made oue of his most able speeches. He
reviewed the deplorable financial condition
of the country, and charged home upon
the Republican party the blame for it.
"A YOUNG MAN."
Anna Column of the Joiierboro (ouettu.
It is a plfuiiig fact that the convention
at Joiieslmro on Tucsdnv, nominated a
young man as a candidate for Representa
tiveMr. 1. W. Halliday, ot Lairo. Hub
is ctrrect. us the young men have to learu
how to conduct the business for the people
sometime. "Give the young men u chance"
is our motto.
Murphysboro Industrial Tribune.
Tin Cairo Green backer aro stirring
lively. Dr. Ingram intended a meeting
there last week and oruanicd an active
club. The mayor of the city heads this
inoveiient, and ehYctive work may lie ex
pected. No use doubting h; we still live
in Gods country.
"THE BILL BEING )7,100."
Curboiidulc (Jackson County) Ulwrvor.
The Board of Supervisors at their late
session settled with Thomas (I. Al'en, Esq.,
of M. Louis as attorney in the Cairo .v M
Louis R. R. case, the bill being $7,100.
The Iioard gave one order for fldoO due in
twelve months afterdate with interest at the
rate of ten per cent from date. One
order for tMW duo two years after date
with ten per cent from date. All of said
interest to be paid annually. One non
interest kuring tmler for $1500. One or
der for $2000 due in three years after date
wiui leu per cent interesi irom oaie.
"NOW LET HER RIP."
Carbotidulu Observer Radical ,
W. J. Allen, Esq., received the nomina
tion for CoiiLrrcss at Jonesboro, hist I ues
day, by acclamation. This is right, it stilts
thu Democratic party and it suits the Re
publican party. Judge Josh Allen is a true
representative. Democrat; he is no ten-cent
thimble-rigger und will slrike for bigger
game than French hair brushes und corset
luces, Having lived a moss covered Demo
crat lie will never play the sycophant am
toad, and slmtun his lun tv bv olferiiitr a rsu.
olution to forever forbid rebels from being
paid any losses they can swear through,
real or imaginary, from thu lute rebellion
If elected he will stand square to his party
and by his life-long record. It is it straight
fight on Isith sides now let her rip. Three
cheers tor dipt. I liomus!
"WHOLESALE SYSTEM OF PARDON
, ..... ING.",;
The records of tlio Illinois penitentiary
show that three hundred and fourteen mur
derers have been sent there in twenty years,
ot whom uinety-flvo were lor lite, twenty
five for twenty-fivo years, twenty-threo for
from twenty to twenty-fivo years und the rc
mainder for shorter terms. More than fifty
of tho life men have been pardoned by dif
ferent governors. Tho total number of
murderers now at Iiirt'e in tho State, who
have ken tried and sentenced since 1858, is
one hundred and sixty-two. Twenty-threo
have died or gone to tlio inruno asylum.
These figures indicate a wholesale system of
pardoning, and tlio average time tor a mur
derer sentenced to the Illinois penitentiary
appears to bo three years und six mouths.
GRANT AND BISMARCK OVER A
GLASS OF SCHNAPPS.
New York Kpeclal to the Cincinnati Commercial
A Berlin correspondent irives the details
of Gen. Grant's reception at Berlin. The
interview between Prince Bismarck and the
ex-President was very cordial. One of the
1'rinccs first questions was ukut Gen.
Sheridan. " Tho General and I, ' said the
Prince, "were fellow-campaigners in France,
and we became trreut friends." Gen. Grant
said that he had letters from Sheridan re
cently, and he was quite well. "Sheridan,"
said the Prince, " seems txi be a man of
great ability." " Yes," answered the Gen
eral ; " I regard Sheridan as not only one of
tne great soldiers oi our war, hut one ot the
great soldiers of tho world, as a man who
is nt ior ine uignesc commands. ISO better
man ever lived than Sheridan."
Alluding to the attempt on the Emperor's
life, Bismarck then said: "It is sostrunsre:
so strange and so sad. He is an old man,
one of the kindest old gentlemen in the
world, and yet they must try and shoot him.
There never was a more simple, more gener
ous, more what shall I say more humane
character than the Emperor's." American
and German friendship was the pledge over
a glass of schnapps.
BEING TnE Ari'ROntlATE TITLE OP MRS.
Brooklyn, July 25. Lately a story has
been whispered akut among the Plymouth
church members, and elsewhere in Bnxik-
lyn society, that Mrs. Til ton was to go on
the lecture platform. The story is that
this had ken suggested or at least sanction
ed by Theodore before his departure for
Europe, and that he had even written a
lecture entitled "Moiniin s Fall ' for her to
deliver. It was added that he contemplat
ed following Mr. Beccheron his t u leak
ing in places he did the night after his de
parture. Mrs. Til ton's friends, it is said,
were urging her to lecture as tho easiest
method of supjHirting herself and children
and the only way of righting herself before
the public. She is offered $100 per night
and traveling excnsc8.
The distribution of rain over the
British Isles during 177, as oliserved ut
akut 2,000 stations in Great Britain
and Ireland, has ken issued. The great
est recorded fall in a day of twenty-four
hours was 4.U8 inches, at Portree, in the
Isle of Skye, on Oct. 14.
(JBOTKIW AXD COMMISSION' MKKCIIAXTS.
gTKATTON it BIRD,
Wholesale G rocers
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER COMFY
1 1 1 i n o i h .
T. Ilinii, Missouri.
W. Stmatton. Cairo.
GRAIN, FLOUR AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchant,
Noi. 1SS and 1i!7 Commer
T MEDAL Advancement mado on Consignment
J of Tobacco, Flour and drain.
Poy tona Cannol
Orders for Coal by the car-load, ton or
In hogsheads ior shipment promptly at
tended to. To large consumers and all
manufacturers we are prepared to sup
ply any quantity, by the month or year,
at uniform rates. - .
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlre on wharf boat, foot of Hlxtb Street! office of
Hi Hi Hrol hers, onnos le Mt. t'hurle Hotel ;
Kirrptlan Mills, Twsntleth atreati Coal Dump, Isol
of lulrUeta street;, I'oaloBlce drawer w.
BOOT AXD KIIOE MAKEI1H.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER
Commercial Avcnns, bet. I lnXnn. Til
bUth aud btveuth ts. )' UllIO, ill,
I'M KE8 pleasure In announcing to bl patrons and
X the public generally that he has rseeuily received
the (Inert aud most select stock of Leathers of every
description ever brought to this city. All work 111
his Hue eiecuted promptly and in the best manner.
Entire sallsfnctlou given In every Instance, i'rliea
reasonable. A oorddil Imitation extended to all to
call aud examine vooda and learu prices.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
will rr asisa
Flooring, Siding. Lath, Eto
At the very lowest rates.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on nand,
Wa art prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the shorteun otlct.
A SPECIALTY made of KTKAMBOAT f-CMnER,
We also manurartnre EHt'ITUiilXM ATKKI AL(j
tracker, Candy, backing lioxes, Htave. Headlnga
rpo THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
Wiikr. TheOounty Board of Alexander coun
ty have under adrlaemeut a propnied change of the
election precinct In said county, all parties hav
ing any sui;estlona or petitions to offer In regard t
the same are hereby requested to file the same by
the September session of said board.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The treat celebrity of our TIN TAG TOBACCO
has caussd nany imitation thereof to be placed or.
the market. We therefore caution ail cbewert
against purchasing such Imitations.
All dealer buying or selling other plug tobacco
bearing a hard or metallic label, render themselves
liable to the penally of the law, and all persons vio
lating our trade marks are punishable by flue and!
Imprisonment. See act of Congress, Aug. 14. ISTS.J
The geuulne LUKItlLAKI) TIN TAG TOBACCO
can be dlstlanlshed by a TIN TAG on earn lump
with the word LOHRILAKD stamped thereon.
Over 7.IHS tons tobacco sold In 1677, and nearly
3.00 persons employed in factories.
Tax'e paid Government In l(fT7, about ll.'jM.Vt),
and daring past 12 years, over f JJ.OOO.tta).
These goods sold by all Jabbers at manufacturers'
tlTThe TIN TAG SMOKING TOBACCO Is
"second to nous" In aroma, mildness, purity and
DRY GOODS. ETC.
. w-''w m
KUfcJW A'l hi
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods ami Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily ami are
od'ei ing great hmgaiusiutheiiiost hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, C'a-hmcres, Lou
rcttes, and a great many other new
styles of Dress (totals, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their hui
noss, they cordially invite the public
call and see their stock.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
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PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
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Is now Prepared j
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COHNBIt EIGI1TII STREET, CAIKO, ILL1NO
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are now prepared to till orders for pure Use lc
reasonable prices and In niianlle of Irom
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