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OFFICE Ei'.'litU Street, near Oominerelal Avenue.
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OFFICE No. 113 ('omnu-rcial Avenue.
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THOMAS LEWIS. S.-ere.ary.
THE DAILY ULTLETIX
OFFICIAL I'AI'EUOF ALEXASDEK t'Ol'XTV.
OiiIvMoniinar Daily in Southern Illinois.
Wenre autliort.ed to ainiiiiiiiee L. S. Maimiai.i.
b a cnndldalc l',ir Alileriii.iii In Ihe FiMiilh iml lo
111) tlin v.'ieani-.v oeeanloned liy tin- t-. -n liruri t i hi of
Alilerman Foley. Election to lie h' lil litli of May.
We are auliiorieil to anniiiiui c.lAMK ICvxai-ion
a a eamlidate lor Alilernian in the Kourlli waul to
til! vani-yocca-'ione'l liy the reni'.'iiailon ol aldenniiti
l-'oley. ' Lleetinti Ttn-Mlay. tit It flay of May.
We. ar" ntitliorlzed to iiiiuoiiiKe I. .1. (J At l.t; N
n a camlidale tor Alilerinnn in the Fourth wan! to
till Vrti-nncy oi'cnioui-il l.y the reiiiatlou of Alder
man Foley. Eleetlun Taeda, lilh day of May.
Col.Jo'uii Wood is rt'jvu'tt'il
(Jiliccr Iloirun sports a ni'W '
it doesn't mean nneaniot's citlicr.
Squire Hobinson went to the country
ycsteniny,to cast his eye over his fanners.
1Vnr.l i.s ii) the liehl with his iee ami
ice wagons. Iteail his notice in another
A new liakery, or rather a new oven,
is one otthu signs of improvement to lie
seen bn Commercial hetweeu Ninth nml
A white man namcl Dufli-y was nr.
rested for drunkenness and disorderly con
duet, yesterday, and lined sewn dollars and
a half and costs of proceedings.
Hon. T. W. Ilalliday is in th.- city. A
res ilutiou adopted hy the liody of which he
is a niemlier, fixes the date of final ad
journment nt May 97th. "Oh! Lord," etc.
We thank ''the lady" l'ir'Uie bananas.
The "child" brought them salVly, (if we
omit the circumstance of falling down on
thetu once) and was permitted to sec Us eat
County Court of Alexander county will
convene Monday week. If we msitake not
the 'Circuit Court cuiivenes on the same
day. Judge Dougherty will preside, in
pursuance of an urrfiiioement with Judge
There was u ilisaoroemcnt bet ween two
citizens in the vicinity of the Egyptian
mills. Friday evening, and one of 'lit; dis
putants being armed, blazed away at lliu
antagonist. Fortunately the ball was
aimed low, and inflicted no serious injury.
Somebody, expecting that he would
thereby surround Miss Louise l'oineroy with
u romantic interest, started the report that
she is Uriel, I'onicroy's divorced wilV. Mis,
Brick J'onu'roy is a substantial properly
.holder of La tWe, Wisconsin, and is said
to be no les that 4i years of ng0.. lt
that renders the report quite "odious."
Fully one hull the trades have repiv-
Bcmauvi-9 mi 1 1 iv ii.iuni, naming itom
house to house in search of employment
Besiclei the tinker, umbrella mender and
, clock fixer, whom we have nlwavs had
with ui, we now hive the furniture repair
er, the varoisher, the curtain w asher and
carpet cleaner, the leather-washers, hat
renovators, the piano-tuners, the glazier
and chimney sweeps. Perambulating
workmen, connected with all these, with
two exceptions, were in the city during the
past week, soliciting work.
The Dutl'eys are numerous or much in
clined criminal excesses. One Dull'ey was
lined by Squire Comings, yesterday, on a
churge of drunk and disorderly ; and a little
later another Dull'ey, John by name
and a tinner by trade, was brought before
Squire Osborn on a charge of lighting,
lie was fined 1 and the usual official
A writer in the Murphysboro Indepen
dent speaks of his visit to Cairo, and the
pleasure he felt in forming the acquaint
ance of Judge Yocum, Clerks Ileeve and
Iluinni, and Shcrih" Jack Hodges, lie is
"sweet" on Hodges declares him to be a
pains-taking and obliging ollicer, and one
of the most agreeable and companionable
men he ever met,
The Reform club re-union was a very
pleasant affair. Admitting all the ladies
free, and charging the gentlemen only one
dollar, large receipts were not anticipated,
still the result in that respect was quite sat
isfactory. Something over $70, we believe,
was taken iu at the door a tact that indi
cates that tally one hundred couple were
A saw and grist mill, the property of
Capt. Orsamus Green Icy, caught fire, it is
supposed from sparks that were thrown out
of the chimney, late Friday night
and burned up. The mill was
locat.'d near Greenlcy's landing,
iu Goose Island precinct, and was a great
convenience to the neighborhood. The
loss to Mr. Greenley is between eight hun
dred and one thousand dollars.
The tugs Ariadne ami Charmer start
ing from the C. iV V. depot, yesterday niter
noon, at the same moment, made a trial of
speed down to the lower wharf-boat.that ex
cited much attention. The little tilings
made a terrible commotion in the water,
and made time tiiat would have done no
discredit to the average side-wheeler. The
Charmer proved a little the fleeter of the
two, and. we suppose, wears the horns.
Th." Democratic delegates appointed
yesterday were, very properly, instructed
to present the name of J. M. Lansden to the
Judicial convention to be held in Cairo.
Tuesday, and do all in their power to bring
about his nomination. The convention
can scarcely fail to nominate .Mr. Lansden,
affer a careful canvass of the whole situa
tion. It would certainly he unwiie to
deny the lower end of the circuit and the
largest city 111 me circun, one 01 uic uiree
Health oilier Wooten caused (he ar
rest of n prominent citizen yesterday, for
.niaintianing a nuisance on his premises. It
sometimes occurs that Wooten fails to
make out his case; but he does right, as a
usual tiling, in trying. He is made the
Health ollicer of the cily. mid all
good citizens should stand by him
in his enforcement of reasonable or
ders, ne Know Homing 01 tiie merits of
the case in hand; but are willing to assume
that there is cause for his action.
Mr. Daniel .1. Galigan, who ran such
a creditable poll on the loth ultimo, has
concluded to permit the use of his name in
connection with the vacancy in the coun
cil to be filled next Tuesday a fact he an
liounceselsewh' te. Dan Galigan is'a man
wilh whom every voter of the ward is ae
qti tinted. He is known as a man of strict
moral integrity, as a man of good practical
sens.', as one who would fearlessly pciionn
what he conceived to be his duly. He
would. therefore, be a useful man in our
board of aldermen.
It must be painful to the really int 'l
ligent men connected with tin- ministry to
see so many obscure pulpit whiU'ctsaml old
dunderheads attempting to "answer" Col.
Robert G. Ingersoll. Intellectually Ingersoll
is one ol the big men of
t li u nation: and as a popular orator and
dealer in sarcasm and ridicule be certainly
has few. if any, superiors. This much stands
confessed; jot here and there, till over the
land. little seven-by-nine ministers
emerge from their obscurity, and
"answer Ingersoll!" The spectacle is al
most sickening; mid for the "sulic of the
cause" if for no other reason, these little
"answerers" should be suppressed. When
men like Swing and Collyerand Hereford
cross blades with Ingersoll, everybody can
look on admiringly; but when the unheard
of fledgling, or the conceited old dunder
head draws his wcak-Mudcd little barlow,
he simply excites disgust, and well merited
The vote of the Judicial coitvenlion to be
held in this city day after to-morrow, will
be divided up between six candidates.
Franklin county, with her seven votes, will
present the name of I). M. Iliowning; Un
ion county with It votes will present the
name of M. C. Crawford, who, although
unannounced is said to be a candidate:
Williamson county, with S votes will pre
sent the name of J. M. Washburn ; Saline
county, wilh fi votes will present the name
of J. M. Gregg; Pulaski county, with -t
votes, will present the name of J. M.Davidge,
who is also unannounced, but is said to be a
candidate; and Alexander county, wilh six
votes, will present the name, of j', MW.
den. I It will be remarked, hi passing, that
four of the six gentlemen bearing the Ini
tials "J. M." is somewhat peculiar. We
are not disponed to speculate as to the re
Mi!!; but we can say this '.hat fair minded
THE DAILY CAIRO ' BULLETIN;
men all over the district, recognizing the
commercial and business importance of
Cairo, and the general needs of the situa
tion, accord to this city one of the candU
dates. It will require !)4 votes to nominate,
(ill being the whole number of delegates.
--The agents of one of the Cairo rail
roads have asked their employes in the
yard to sign what is conveniently termed
"the death warrant." All railroads may
require the same, for aught we know; but
the fact being new to us, we mention it.
The warrant recites the dangers attending
the coupling of curs, and concludes with
an agreement upon the part of those who
sign it, that, knowing the dangers they en
counter they will not, in the event of being
crippled, hold the company responsible for
damages, and that in the event they are
killed their legal representatives shall not
prosecute for damages. Wo can scarcely
think that such u paper would have much
(fleet in law.
During the affecting scenes in th" pre
sentation of East Lynne, by the l'oineroy
troupe, Friday night, about one fourth of
nie audience "meiied into more or less
tears." The acting was so life-like that
the spectators could not realize that th"v
were not viewing the sad nnd touching
realities. One tender hearted gentleman
blubbered outright, and then, stufling lib
hankerchief in his mouth, pretended that
he was laughing; but his wet cheeks told
quito n different story. The Poineroy
troupe came to Cairo unheralded by loud
advertising; but the opinion is very gener
ally entertained among our people that,
taken all in all, it is the best dramatic
troupe that ever filled the boards of our
It is said that a number of thieves have
found their way into the city, during the
past week, three or four having arrived
since Friday evening. This being true, it
would be well for citizens to put a few
more buck shot in their blunderbusses and
keep a watchout for the rasculs. The fill
ing of one burglar full of buck shot, while
he is in the act of breaking into a house,
or after he has affected an entrance, would
nave a more restraining effect upon other
rascals than would the arrest and imprison
ment of a full dozen. And as it is an utter
impossibility for four policemen to watch a
thousand homes, scattered over a thousand
acres of land, citizens are thrown, in a
marked degree, upon their own resources.
They must keep watch and ward over their
-The people of Cairo are not aware of the
treat they are denying themselves by ne
glecting to induce Doctor D. A. I'arkerand
his two daughters, of Tnion county, 10
come here and give one of their "theatrical
concerts." They held forth in Jonesboro a
few nights ago, and the Gazette, which is
always niggardly in its distribution of
compliments, says the young ladies' voices
. ... ,
are uncultivated perhaps; but that their
singing is indescribable. Think of that!
And one of them without know ing a note
or taking a lesson, plays the violin and
such playing! Well, it's indescribable, too.
The doctor says that it is inspiration that
moves bis girls. They are not conscious of
their powers. The troupe will perforin in
Cairo, and will ak nothing more than the
payment of their expenses.
Last night closed the engagement of
the Louise Poineroy troupe in Cairo, 'flip
party mad" many friends during their liort
stay in our cily. and should they ever re
turn will receive a welcome. Yesterday
afternoon t the matinee, the house was
filled with ladies to set; "Cainille." They
went expecting to witness some fine acting
and were not disappointed. There is really
but two characters in the play and these
were rendered in a finished manner by
Miss Pomcroy am1 Mr. Leake. Last night
"Adirondacks" was repealed and called out
the largest audience of the season. As
played by this troupe, it would bear many
repetitious. I Here is notlung tiresome in
it. The support keeps the ntidienee in a
good humor while the star is off the stau'e,
and the interest in the performance is not
lessened at any time from first to last.
At the meeting of the Tax-payers' as
sociation, held Friday evening, on motion
of Mr. Vincent, th" chair appointed a com
miltee of three to draft and present to tl,e
Legislature now in session, a petition play
ing that body to repeal the Grand Jury law.
Tin: llri.i.ii'i iN placed itself on record n in
favor of the abolishment of the Grand Jury
abomination, iniiny years ago, and sime th"
meeting of the Legislature has repeatedly
urged the repeal of the law that perpetuates
the expensive nuisance, The, Representa
tive I mm Johnson county, lion. J. H. Carter,
introduced a bill for its repeal, last January,
and for a time its provisions eeitcd con
siderable discussion; but sine,, then the
matter has passed out of siglit. Jt would
save lb" people of the Slate :,f Illinois not
less than $1(111,1)11(1 a year to abolish the.
Grand Jury system, and as the,.,. j8 nt one
single valid rccsou why it sb,,,,;,) J(, man.
taincd, justice, economy. ie;i. common
sense all say "let it go by the hoard."
-r In Jackson, Franklin ami Hardin coun
ties and' perhaps elsewhere, the impression
prevails that Messrs Crawford and Brown
ing will be two of the Democratic nomi
nees for Circuit Judge if timh
prove to be the case, we feel j,,, lwsitntion
In say'ng that Ron. John A. .aiisloi, of
this city, should be the third iim., Cairo is
thchirgeht city in the circuit. Iu immense
business its railroads 1 mvi,s i(H m
thi.usand people m.d (he con.pij,.,,,;',, ,mt
are constantly arising alii.,,,.- n,,,,, ri,n,,T0
I ,l,:,t "Wi "'' i'"1 hoM he 1( resident
SUNDAY MOUMNU, MAY
of the place. With Judge Drowning in
the northern portion of tho district and
Crawford in the center, it is only just and
fair that the third ji?dge should be conced
ed to Alexander county. Iu point of abil
ity Mr. Limsdeu is the peer of the ablest
man in the field. He is the man upon
whom our people harmoniously unite, and
the hope is general that tho convention, in
fluenced by a disposition to do that which
is right, will make Mr. Lansden one of the
At the special meeting of the city
council last night, called for the purpose of
nomination and confirmation of officers and
miscellaneous business, the following per
sons were put in nomination: (. hiel loiice,
Jno. McEwen, rejected; for day policeman,
John Sheehan, rojcct"d; for night police.
man, Jonas Kipp, rejected; for night po
liceman, Dick Taylor, same; night police
man, P. Lally, same; John Gladiry, for
night policeman, rej' cted; city jailor. Dan
McCarthy, rejected: assistant chief tire de
partment, Ike Ostrander, confirmed; for
ntolit. nnlincmim. Henrv Duiieker, con-
firmed. The following were the Mayor's
choice for the ditVeivnt committees named:
Committee 011 claims and accounts, Rowley,
Smith, Peltit; finance, Ilalliday, Wright.
O'Callahan: ordinance, Liuegar, Ilalliday,
Rowley: streets and drainage, Wright, Pa
tier. I'ettit and How-lev. The Mayor did
not deem it prudent to make further nom
inations 'til the alderman from the Fourth
want had taken his scat after the election
to be held May Cth.
DEMOCRATIC CIR'NTY CONVENTION
MASS MKF.TINO OK DKMDl KATIC VOTKKS OK
AI.KXANDI-.ll (Ol'NTV, IIKI.D ITliM'AST To
A (ALL OK Till-. COI NTV CKXTW.M. COMMIT-
r 1 : 1 at the cocrt not si:, is caiuo. ill..
MAY J!, lKT'.l. "J loll 1'. M.
Meeting called to order by Hon. Thomas
Wilson, chairman of the county central
Mr. I.inegar nominated lion. Thomas
Wilson as chairman, and he was unani
mously elected. R. F. Wake was elected
On motion of Mr. I.inegar it was voted
to appoint a committee of five to select del
egates to the convention to beheld in Cairo,
May (it It. to nominate three candidates for
The chair appointed on such committee,
Messrs. I). T. I.inegar, O. Greenley, Nicho
las D.-vore, M. J. Howley and Geo. Olni
st"iid, who immediately retired to confer,
and after a short absence, n. ported as fol
lows: Di;u:oait.s. T. Wilson, Patrick Sulli
van, M. J. Rowley, Harry Walker. D. T.
I.inegar and P. W. Barclay.
A lit: UN a I'Ks. Charles Frank. A!. Si
sanka, W. K. Hawkins, Wm. McRale. C.
1). Alter and James Muleahey.
On motion ot Mr. I.inegar. the report of
the committee was concurred in.
Mr. W. (J. McGee introduced the folluw
ing resolution, which was on t.ioti. n
Resolved, That the delegates from t!i!
conventiou lie instructed to present the
name of John M. Lansden to the Demo
cratic Judicial convention of the First Ju
dicial Circuit, to be held in Cairo, on the
(ith inst., and use all honorable means
to secure his nomination as one of the cand
idates for Circuit Judge of said circuit.
Messrs. Olmstead, Raird. and II. Myers,
were appointed a committee to select a
place tor th" meeting ot the convention;
who, after consideration, reported in favor
of meeting in the court house. Report
concurred in. and the convention adjourned.
R. F. Ri.ak::. Secretarv.
TIIE WATER THROWING CONTEST.
OMKANIKS TIIAT WILL I'AUTK ll'ATi; lll l.KS
tiiat shall .ovi:i:, nr.
At a meeting of the committees of the
fire companies of Cairo to arrange for a
friendly tournament for the horns now in
possession ot .the Rough and Heady fire com
pany, and won by them m the contest of
July '1th. 1878.
Mr. Herman Myers, of the Rough and
Ready fire company, was chosen chairman,
and Mr. Jell" M.Clark, of the Arab, secre
tary. The committees consisted of the fol
lowing named gentlemen: Arabs ('has.
Gillhofer, Wm. Winter, Jeff M. Clark.
Rough nnd Ready Chas. Frank, Herman
Myers, John Koehler. Delta City Frank
M. Warren, George Kohlor. Win. L. Perce.
Mr, ('has. Frank suggested the second
Monday in May, at .1:!i) o'clock, p. 111., as
tho best time for the tournament, which
time was finally agreed upon.
The Rough and Ready and Delta City
committee then agreed that their engines
should each throw through two sections of
hose with nozzles to be not less than inches
diameter, I mm 11 stake Kt feet from front
of engines. Each engine to have 1.1 min
utes time to get into position, throw and
retire. The Delta engine to take the first
throw, the Rough and Ready to follow in
case the Delta beat the throw of the Rough
and Ready engine ot July 4, 1878. Each
engine to have two trials, alternately. The
Delta Company to furnish water and place
at or near the corner of Eighteenth street
on Commercial avenue for all the engines,
After which tho Rough and Ready and
Arab committees agreed as lollows:
The Little Arab engine to throw first and
the Little Rough and Ready to follow in
case the Arab beat the throw made by the
Rough and Ready 011 July 4, 187s. Each
engine to throw through two sections of
hose with or inches diameter and
each engine to have two trials, alternately,
Three judges, not members of the tire
NEW APVKUTISKM EST.
Marx is .selling a Splendid Keep Cool Coat
it 81.25. .
Marx is selling an undershirt for 25 cents,
sold elsewhere for 50 cents. :
Mnrx N sell in?
Hats from Sl.wi to $.125.
Marx is the only agent jn this city for tin
umliiiFition I'utr Shirts
department, were then ci;oc:i by the sev
eral committees, viz :
Th". Winter, cho-en by th- Ar.iU; C.
N.Hughe,.c!iosen by the Rmgh and Ready:
John Hodge, cl.osea bv tiie De.tas. Ih
farthest drop of water from the stake to
take, the hum-. N'; '.i:uit its t uu'u on
On mutii.:; of Mr. John K
above r -so'.u'io:: were ur.'.m:::i
in motion, meeting adio-.rr.e'
Rhuman Yf.YKI'.s, (
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Fur the t'aito I!'.
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without Dr. U;,!!! 's Coegh S
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K'lil qliiintities. Wagvll Wi'.l
:i!'. i .arts of tie- city, delivering
F. M. W.'.
at tus p; ant;:;. iio' -'-i.
A. Dei.k i'ud s, n. ('I'titralia: O.irge
Da Quoin: Victor Van D" M::b!.
i-i Mr-. Jieb-e Rradlv, Clin'on. Ry.:
Miss Rkmeh I'.iiler, Ciintor. Ky.; Miss Rat
tie Rarber, Clinton. Ivy; Mi-s Emma I.;.i
( its, Mound City ; G. W. Riliows, t-p:ing.
field. O.; A. J. William. St. LmiO:
Xathau Harris, N. ().; Thos. I'lin and wife.
Ash Hill, Mo.: S. E. Rurwell, St. Louis; G.
F. Zeigler, St. L-iuis; V. T. Pierce, C.ir
NoiiODY will sLLL, except he has the ad
vantage, for less than his neighbor. I!k
Meyer has it. Ca!l and see him,
The fair ami festival for the benefit of the
German Catholic school and chinch, will
be held at the Hibernian engine house, on
the Cth, 7th and bth of this month. The
member, particularly the ladies, day
worked hard to make this a grand success.
The best string band I, a,- been engaged to
play for the occasion. The supper, table
will be filled with all the. delicacies of the
season, and the refreshment table with
strawberries, iee cream, etc. The fancy
tables will he ull.in grand style. Come one,
come nil. find get a delicious supper for C'
TO THE PUULIC.
We desire to call attention to the fine !W
page catahigiit! recently printed by Tiik
Caiuo Ri i.i.ltin for the W. C. L. A. The
work in quality of paper, typography and
printing is of a high order, and well de
serves the compliments bestowed upon it.
Th"y can be procured at the Library
rooms by any person desiring " ''"I1'-
Rv oituuit or 'i'l'is C-U'M.
Ill ne Flannel Suits from $!!.;
Marx is sellini: the Lntet St vie of Stravi
filing a line Wiiite Duck Ve
E.VTKttrntsK. Go to 11. Meyer' f.rV
tobacco, ho has received his stock of f
j K,0(.o iu advance'and will .eil it tW.i "
i sj ,.,.u.s j)Und.
Ice. ItE. I k. I am prepared to luru;
ic wholesale or retail all through !:
s.-as-tn. OjRee, Eighth street, hs.-.w
Commercial and Washington aveum -, .
I'O'.T to ilrist'.'s grocery store.
J.UoIl I!.:. -..
M:i. Ei.izmikth Caiv SrvsT'is wi!'. !
f.:re at the Athetieum ou Saturday even!
May 10th. for tho benefit of the Li'-r:
Subject. "Our B"V." Admission ?" cr:
tVv-erveJ seat- o cents, Tickets f,:
at Hartman's str Lecture c 'mm a:
:t S oVNvk. sha:"'.
'ai :: at
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,: a:;. t p..:t.i p:.
A'.v L"ii'.!a: I'.- Ni.-k
i lory price.
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; :!;,... at I :
' ing tl.!.) t" 1.-
or :i fa-:.:
in r ti e ''
i Tkx Cest
; sf.t.iotii stt.lVe f
i h:i:r cr.t for 'i't c
to is Henry
A. H.U.l.KY. tiu (
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i it' :.t'"iiti, :i
ik (f tinw :;!',
His (o ,k
wire liurei.aiit. i
large and varied ?
i litiery and I'.rcy
ere among t
late.', a:. i '. -t ;,:::!
I a baker bv n:i thi
the market; they
tile heaviest l;'.a
,i! v. o: t.. t
iitst longer diet use e liie t
any otner. S.vt so close as to make it
object to call and examine. En ech h a i
ing Shot-gun. Fi-hing Tickle etc., mi.
everything else low to suit the time-. j
Envkloi-s printed at th" En i i:i in i file-
ti .00 per M. Envelop furnishi d nt S!
Louis wholesale List urii e I'.r the n.
Notice. To all whom it M.vf oxc;;ni,
The Cairo Rulletin v, ill pay no bill cm .
tracted by any of its ciilployes, or any t ;
coiin-cted with the R.dletin. miles- t'
s'ttne i made on a written order signed b
myself, and the order must be attached t
the bill when pre"nti"l, nnd no contract.
for advertising or job work are valid unit s.
same are endorsed
E. A, Ri liMTT.
MiiUlif.H'ttlti v iu, j di a'ia la
A!0 (ie.r.ef 111
Tlio Rest Hund Minle l!ostu nmj ,s;
Louis Roots mill Shoes.
Work dniio to order on nhort iintlt'p.f-om tv , -lieM
inalerliiliiiid u uood lit KMr.nttued
LKAVE orde-K nt my slioi'.nii Klultlli tr
dour to Jitlej Wttlten'. Iflnu et Oul.li;s
;-.M!i..o;;i,!N u;i:.v Low
I I. -.v.- :;::; farm w ig, of i.. .
! !..:-. ke, Vet ha!: i. Mill being of. of '..
'.,"..;!),-. I wi,; give i .i-!i buv.-l gli
g.;::: i:: order t" ( '., i iit.
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; ii: c-mi.ie'id-it! :: of my w :k: le:t
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T'.- y v.::i ;-:' f : '.'e-t..s !-.,.-. At '
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t:.-r. ;V. 'I-, nit". ('.Mil. Pi.-; hi.-
I Wi. 1; :ve Y.,- ,-f Til.. DM.V lift i.liT
i (::;;ii.Tn ing May 1-t. ;!'. im i i: '
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