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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDEK COUNTY.
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M.B. Harrell, Kditor.
SUPREME Jl'DUE FIRST DISTRICT
I hereriv announce mvself a candidate before the
people, at the ensuing 'June election, In the First
judicial district, tor tne omce oi jutie oi iue
jirerac court. JOHN 11. .Ml mti.
March 4-itli 179.
T70R JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COUKT-
X1 FIRST CI KUl IT.
Wc are authorized to announce Daniel M.
Browsing, of Krauklin county, as a candidate fur
Circuit J ude, in the First Circuit.
We are authorized to announce John M. Lansden
ps a candidate for Circuit Judije lu the First Ju
David J. Bakkh w ill lie a candidate for Circuit
JudL'e in the First Judicial Circuit, at the election
to be held on the id day June, ls?'.i.
We are authorized to announce that O A. Mar
ker, ol Johnson countv. is a candidate before Un
people fur the office of' Circuit Judu'e, in this dis
trict, and suliject only to their decision al the bal
lot ho.i, uii the nay m June next.
We are authorized to aunouuee that Ii. W. Me
Caiitnkv. U a candidate bei'ure the people for the
office of Circuit Jud,-e fur the First Judicial cir
cuit. Ejection June .'nd.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election, June 0 HT'.f)
For Supreme Judge, First District.
JOHN II. MULKEV. of Aluaiiier coiM.ty.
For Judges, First Judicial Circuit.
JOHN M. LANSDEN. Alexander county.
MONROE C. CRAWFORD. Union county.
DANIEL M. BROWSINd. Franklin county.
The withdrawal of Judge T. B. Tanner
leaves the contest for the Supreme Judge
ship narrowed down to Judge Mulkey, of
Cuiro, and E. B. Green, Esq., of Mt. Car
mel. The withdrawal of Judge Tanner
throws his respectable following in the
counties in which lie is best known, in
cluding the influence of Mr. R. A. D. Wil
banks, to Judge Mulkey. This, of course,
virtually settles the contest in Judge Mul
key's favor. But the fact that the Judge's
election is thus assured should not beget
indolence or indifference among Democrats.
Our majority, although considerable, is not
so lare as to make it safe for three or four
thousand Democrats to stay away from the
prills It would seem a small thing for
ten Democrats in each ot the voting pre
cincts to remain away trom the polls, yet
even in that case the absentees, in the
whole district, would number over three
thousand. It Is therefore evident that a
very small per cent, of absentees, if general,
would wipe out the Demo
cratic majority. The Democracy is strongest
among the agriculturalists and laborers on
our farms, and the election happening in
harvest time, hundreds of fanners and their
icijj ..im tf Kept nwaj tlmM, a, t.u, u,
the urgent nature of their farm work.
Democrats engaged in other pursuits should
hear this fact lu mind, and by extra indus
try strive to counteract the enforced delin
quency of the farmer-Democrats. The He
publicans are well organized, and will make
a prodigious effort to bring out the lull
Btrt-ngth of the party. Let Democrats keep
KUtird :m 1 wiitch. meet Republican effort,
"Kith work in kind, and the result will bc
the election of a proper man to till the vu
Taut k-at of the lamented Breese, the eniin
cnt jur'tit, fctatesinau and glorious old Dem
ocrat, now no tnnri;,
Oxi.T yesterday wu congratulated the
candidate! now before the people on the
cow of the conspicuous absence of person
alities in the pending cunvass, and ex
pressed the belief that, whatever tnluht bo
the reeult of the election, there would bo
tio oree to heal or grievances to redress be-
cause of personal abuso mid villlfleation.
Ourpoperliad scarcely been read by our
city rcadcri, before our eye detected among
tht editorial! of the Johnson County Jour
&al (the pccular organ of Judge Ilarkcr) an
unfounded personal assault upon lion.
John SI. Liinsilcn. To tlio plain, Imrd
working people of Jolinson county Mr.
Lansilen is painted s a stiff, reserved, liiyh
tone aristocrat, whom 'common courtiers"
will approach at their peril. Now we un
dertake to s:iy that there is not a
candidate on either side against
whom such an accusation would not lie
with equal truth and pertinency.
Mr. Lansden is not a blatherskite, who tells
stories on the street corners and haw!
haws! boisterously at own witicisius;
nor is he adapted by cither nature or edu
cation for the practice of the arts, the de
ceits and the hypocrisy that are held, in
these latter days, to be evidence of shrewd
ness and good-fellowship; but he is pre
eminently a sociable, genial gentleman,
who treats the humblest with respect, and
who shakes the horny-hand of the laborer
and plow-holder with the same cordiality
ic docs the soft palm of the minister or the
merchant. He devotes himself assiduously
to his business and books; but meets hun
dreds and thousands of mea in a business,
social and friendly way every year ot his
life. Of all this number the editor of the
Johnson County Journal is the first to say
that he is lacking ia geniality of nature,
aud is too stiff, high-toned and exclusive to
acceptably fill the position to which he is
aspiring. With people who know Mr.
insden, the charge will be held as too
absurd even to be funnv.
RATHER HARD ON THE PARSON.
There is no fact more apparent to the
observer of passing events than the fact
that the life of the average minister of the
gospel is not one that is to be envied. Es
pccially is this true when applied to the
ministers of the Methodist church, South,
who. contorming to the itinerant rule, are
lifted out of one locality and dropped down
in another every three years. This "tri-en
nial hegira" works hardship in many re
spects. Passing over the the disturbance
of pleasant social and family relations, the
rule serves to cheat the minister out of his
hard earned pittance, known in church par
lance as a "deficiency " or balance due
from the congregation on salary. These
deficiencies, iu other relations in life, are
called debts, and if not paid otherwise.
the power of the law is invoked, and the
amount is made out nf the store house-of
the merchant or the bain or stock yard of
the fanner who may happen to be the
debtor. But not so with the parson. Many
of them are expected to live like the goat,
without food or clothing,
Wc are drawn into this line of thought
by the facts presented in a tabular state
ment recently published by the Rev.
A. M. C'liritzberg, which shows that
the deficiencies reported by fourteen
conferences of the southern wing of the
church, amount to the enormous sum of
73,000. The average receipts of the 1,-
4 pastors were $447 a year; the average
deficit $125. The Virginia conference did
best, paying its ministers T0o2 each, leav
ing a deficit of only $100. The Illinois
conterencc paid the least, giving to ( ach
preacher only $'212 a year. Texas paid
f '-2'J to each minister and left over $200
unpaid. Thus it is seen that the average
sum paid to ministers of the M. E. church
South, tor the pear 1S7S, reached the pal
try sum of $10."i, only. When it is known
that the 14CS minister who were half starv
ed by their respective lloeks would have
received every cent promised to them, and
thus been enabled to keep the wolf of hun
ger from their doors, had each church mem
ber added fifty cents to hisor her yearly pay
ment, the indifference of the sheep for the
comtort of their shepherd becomes con
spicuously and most duinagingly apparent.
The M. E.church North is in better shape
but it is undeniable nevertheless that its
ministers know what d"llcieiicies mean nnd
have been forced, on necount of them, to
practice the most rigid economy, and to
practice a self denial that should be spared
CHAT BY THE y A Y.
The best throw of the dice is to throw
The best thing in the world is to be able
to live above the world
There is an old proverb that runs, "Tell
everybody your business and the devil will
do it for you."
An old nnd tried friend is the best kind
ot mirror lor a mini who wants to know ex
actly how he looks.
Life is n conundrum which every one
tries in turn to guess, but which every one
in the world gives upnt last.
Keep close fo your friends and far away
from your enemies and you will never have
to Indulge in the luxury of n quarrel.
It was a beautiful tlunitrlit of Itiehter.
"Happy Is the man who reverences all wo
men because lie tlrst learned to worship his
own mother "
Stick to one thing until it is done well.
The man who chases two hares not only
eaves one of them, but Is pretty sure to
lose the other also.
The first cigar which n boy Miiokes
teaches him more about true inwardness
than all the metaphysics of after years.
Home peoplo declare that limy have a
pood time when they nin. If you watch
carefully, however, you will fin 1 that the
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
sin and the good time are like the compo
nent parts of a seidlitz powder when tnken
separately. They look perfectly harmless
until they are swallowed, but then there is
The devil ought to have his due. He is a
good paymaster. He never forgets a debt
aud never pays in money which is at a ins
count. There is no trade dollar in his
A little boy, whose sister must h avebeeu
compelled to make, shirts at eight cents
each, when questioned as to his religious
experience, said ho didn't want to be born
again for fear he might be born a girl
To such base uses do wc come at last, that
when a boy looks you straight in the face
and without a change of expression tells
you a lie, it is safe to predict that he will
sometime make a first-class politician.
There is nothing that makes life sweeter,
nothing that gives one more encourage
ment in the midst of hard work, than" a
loyal friendship. It is this that makes it a
meanness unspeakably base to put on the
.nsguise oi lncmlsliip in order the better
to serve personal ends.
A pledge is frequently defined 89 a tlmiL'
made under the pressure of circumstances
and to be broken the moment a good ex
cuse can be found; but very few can break
it as gracctullyns the Irishman adorned
with a blue ribbon who went into an apoth
ecary shop and said to the clerk, 'if ve
plaze, sir, I m a timperance man, but ii yc
have any soda water ot the strength nnd
quality resembling whisky I'll throuble yc
lor a little."
Coiiri.ExioxAL Indications. The com
plexion of persons whose digestion is out
of order, who are bilious, or who lack
vigor or always exhibits an unhealthy tint.
It is by regulating the bodily organs and
by promoting digestion and assimilation,
that the parchment hue indicative of ill
health, is banished from the cheeks. To
rectify the fault of a sallow com
plexion, use Ilostetter's Stomach
Bitters, an invigoraut and alterative
which removes those obstacles to renewed
strength, physical comfort and personal at
tractiveness an imperfect digestion and
secretion, and a disordered condition of the
bowels. Persistence in the use of this in
estimable corrective and tonic will assuredly
result in renewed physical regularity and
vigor, will tend to increase bodily sub
stance and cause the glow and clear co'or
of health to return to the sallow, wasted
The Rich Cai.ifohxia Banker. When
it became known that one of the ricliot
California bankers had left the Pacific
('oast ami transferred his base of operations
to the New York Exchange, all the shrewd
financiers watched his course with keen in
terest to see how he would succeed. The
result Ikis cmpatically proved the wealthy
banker's sagacity. Besides having a much
wider and more promising field to operate
in, he is known to have been in several
stock combinations that paid immense prof
its. By the combination method of opera
ting in stocks Messrs. Lawrence & Co.,
Bankers, N. Y., unite orders of thousands
of customes in different sums into one vast
capital, and operate them as a miVhty
whole, dividing profits pro rata among
shareholders every ;J0 days. Capital in
any amount from $10 to $100,000 can be
used with great success in these pools. $2")
would pay $100 profit. $i00 would make
$",000 or 10 per cent, on the stock during
the month. Messrs. Lawrence ic Co's new
circular (mailed free) gives "two unerring
rules for success.'' and full particulars, so
that any one can operate in stocks, and
make money. Stocks and bonds wanted.
Government bonds supplied. Apply to
Lawrence k Co., Bankers, ."7 Exchange
Place, N. Y.
A nKvunu.Ni; Dii.M. on Thousands of
people are destroyed by the devouring dra
gon, who conquers the world with dNcases
of the kidneys and bladder, or liver, acute
r rheumatism, cium d bv poisonous secretions.
and the lint-nained di-opler are radically
cured by Kidney-Wort. For sale
11 pound Old Barry Lett a- lb ads.
" Note Heads.
" Linen Letter Reads.
11 Linen Note Rend,:.
The r,lT quality of paper at prices of
thi! cheapest grade.
5i pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lulling.
11 and Hi pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
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WHOLESALE WINKS AND LIQUORS
R. SMYTH cfe CO.,
Wliolc ulo and Itctuil Dealeri la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wine.s of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSHS. SMYTH 4 CO. lisvo conntautly a Inrw
cluck of the hunt trootli lu tliu market and irlva
t"'rliil ultt'iitlou to tbu uhultaulu brunch f iho
JsB IIlNKLE, S. D. TlllKTI.KW.NIII, J. II. MoollB
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. Ii") and liT Cummerclal Aveuutf.
tyl.lliernl Advancement" made on Connliti.
mcuts of Tutiaccc. Klour. und (iraiu.
liTA- tit fur Gear, Scott & Co. thrflilna ma
rl.iui', uortaliU-aw mill and throning; eiiL'lue.
Ajstriit forChuuipioa liarvctiu;' machines, mum err
Ilur'o hoarded hy the week at rea'oujjlle rates
GOOD HOUSES AND BUGGIES
At i,rice to puit the time. (,lvc me a call
II 0 Y E L L
Xowi)iipcr Advertiing Jiurcui.
Fo- T' ll Cell'"
wi-h LiM- oi Ne
JI." Llltldte 1 Jlllf r:n)ji'.et
-iuj-r. und Adv.-rli-iii' l(u:.' :
For Ten Iol;::: r line ln.'rted or.e we. k
in Hirve Iliimln-d ami fifty N,..j.:ik-.
J 1 V I 1ja lO
Ol.t.'iiued for new lr, yeijt loiin. or for Iriiprovement
on old oii' : for niedii ul oi otln r cotiijxiuiulK. tniik
noirkM ttl. .1 li;he;H. ;ivei;i. Al,'iiiiifiits. Inter
f"r.rii.:i,. A pli.'u! h . S';'.!k for Ilifriii..ii.'iit. and
nil r.w ivpwt uii.l. r the I'nt.-ui I.nwi.. irmt-
IV llltelnlrll III. IliVellllotl" that I live lieen
V IL,('TL,It.ytl.eriiteiil(.(lllCL' may till.
llli.J 1 lJl r. ,., .H. . I.titeliled hV
II". lieil.L olipo-it..' tl.,; I". S. i'nteiil Ilei.iirlineiit,
at..1, ei.'iiu'ed in l'ntent hti-ieeHH exelu-h. ly, we run
lino;,. ciuMT curdle", und f " t ure I'titt'iit more
Toin,i!y, and with hroaiier clalniH, than Umn: who
.',r" remote trom Wah!i;"toii.
I V V VX'Vi 1 IN "'''"i 8 m,1''1 r "k. tth oi
1 1 liA X UJlo y,.r d.-vict-: we nmke vx
iniilt.i.ll.iii" nnd ndvln! to jmU'iitfihllltv. ire.- ul
(liiire. All eomnoLilciice trl. tly coiiildentlal .
I'n.-uf low, und no charee uiiUhi. I'atcul If c ured.
We refer In WVIiinrtnn, to ilot I'otniu'ler
ii, r:.l I). M. Key, l!ev. '. U.I'ower. The (.ermnn
American Nniloi.nl liai.k. to .jI!!elalH In the I', s.
I'liteiit uilli.e, and to si'Mitcir" and KeprcMitatlvet
In CoiiL'reH ; and c-Hpeciuiiy to oiii clleni in every
Statu in tin-L'nloti and in Cannda. Adiiie.
C. A. SNOW CO..
Opl)ult Patent (lll'ce. WHChlnu'lon I). C.
rl INVIINTOHS AND MKCIIANICS.
PATENTS and how to oh'nln them, l'ntnplct o
m pll'.'e" In.'.', llp.JII receipt ot StllllipM lor llllNtHL'e'
Addre-H ilI..M(il(K. SMITH A: CO.,
Soil. llorK of I'l.tuntN. Jinx HI,
rpiIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY !
(iltAY'S M'KCIFIC MKDUIXK.
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TRADIMABK, .,.. . ,.,.1
lalUhL' cure lor
Sp. iniiitoilieii, Jin.
potency, anil all
iIIxcukci" that fyl
low an a "eqinjiice
"II i"cll'aliii...; af
t.o. t. of MeTnorv.
Uiick, J'oiiiie'. oi iiiu vin.in, i-reiiiiiiiiri' iiid Al'c,
and tniitiy other .llea( i that lend to Inutility, Cm'
niimitliin and a Premalure drave, all of hi'( -j, H
ru!. Hf" Ifnt diuei hy ihivliillin; from the put h o
nalili" H"(l (iver-liKl'ileenc.., The Speclilc JUdlelnu
1m tho rcult of a life iiidyand liianv vearn i, n,,
ucrlcnci! In ireatlni; tlieu ciiccinl dln'i'i.",
J.'illl iartlrnlnrn In our pamphlet, which wviU
lire to "'tul fie hy mull to cv. rv on.'.
Tho Mpeclilc Mcdlclnu cold hy all (IrtiLM.t. nt
l jicr pnckiii;.', or -ix pnckiiL-e- forf:., r will he
.ullt .,y ..,.,. o r,,,.. v!1:kv,'v.v?;v:,K!To,,iu
hy Jir'ili!t' i've:i whcro, '
MAY BO, 1ST?,
WHY DON'T YOU PAINT
That I'oor or that Floor? You can do it with the
The Averill Chemical Paint
DOES NOT FADE or CHALK OFF, lmt retains ITS FRESHNESS and BRILLIANCY
for many years, and will last MUCH LONG EI I tlmri the best fcivl
aad Oil mixed in the old way.
LT IS A 1JUKK LINSEED OIL PAINT.
SriTAHLE FOR ALL CLIMATES.
I'KEI'AKE!) I'UU I MM EQUATE AI'ILHATION. I'.ElinitlNd NO OIL, THINNEU OH IdiYtl'..
Tnsitlo and 0utide White ami any desired Shade or Color
Sold in packages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to lie shown a sample card of tints.
TO ASCERTAIN' THE AMOUNT OF PAINT YOU REQUIRE,
Add the numlier of fctt in width (front an 1 r..:.r) to the uuniher of feet in kctli
(both si.lcsi; this multiplied l.y the average height, givej the unmlier ot square t.-et to
he painted. This divided hy 200 a one gallon of this juint covers 200 ytnro iVet
( two coats), jrivo the amount rciuired iu Dillons.
Exami'I.e! Front, 20 feet. 120 feet.
Hear. 20 ' Mu'.tiri! v' Height. 20 "
120 12 gallons for two cats.
Hemauks. There ear. be no J. Unite rule c-taMUl.eJ as to the exact quantity it will
require; but the above is su:!'eiently ncarlbr all i radical iurjose. Should tin- surtVe
be .smooth and hard. than the ah u-e wo'i'.d suilice; if roti-li and porous more.
EE NOT IMPOSED UPON 15 V EASE AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. It
is a well-known fact that when the A vert! I Chemical Putt.t was tir.-t jut upon the in ar
ket. it was t!ic only Paint of tlie kin i t!. at co-:;d !e found. Its merits wire so yri-.
however, that but a f w years ha 1 elapse 1 L-fnre w..rtlile imitation l-t;:in to appear
under the iniues ( f "Er:a:iie!," -P.ubbtr," -.MiNed," fhemiear." "Liquid," and "Pre
our Paint 1. 1 o;ve entire s it'.action m nil ca-es, and therefore wi-'.i it distinctly end. r
sto.l that we do i,ot c :.!. r into competition with the many am i.n.n.m i and wokthik-s
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to the "Averill," which are now fl.lir:,' t.
marlvet. AVEIULL CHEMICAL PAINT Co.
RARCLAY BROTHERS. (J.-neral A-ent.
I'AIVT- A V
uVRK YOU GOING- TO PAINTS
THEN USE NEW YORK
ENAMEL P AIN'T.
Ki-mly fur u-c i:. White nml over Ot.f !!':i.. In ! !i::t- t Ck'.ut: tc.-'V of "tri. tty -tj r- W'bit.- l. -...
Zinc aii(l'l.i:;c-'(l til! ttii-mirjUr cum!nuri. srrt:'"l tu-ch ll.-tjI.:ii. r :.'nl l ii, ;. a tut to lu: TWI E
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NfcW Y'i:K ENA.MKI. TAINT i n i.v'ifVm-t.-Wi' .,;a iuuftttl.- of i':r KraS'l
I'uil.t In tliii- .i-c. im, .if tv,u ci,'.;n!ry. al.'l all ':.rt:- Lav f.yj n- i !!.. ita,- a hlnlily of 1t (lurii'c.'.C)
and UiiHli ; at.tt '..vy t'.ml t!; i '.? ii'a'i rn:i";rc J.i't u- vnu r j'Ti -"lit Tlcrvtati no tx-tt.T j.!i.'t
for '.onr? to h.-af ami .-wl'I. aud 'iv ..m- ;t ..ti w '.'.I ircly : ,-!:. Vou hnvc j.rnll'-.- t.
ii. v our i,am.. l..r r. l.-r. :.. It. -; : t r-.i : . HAI.KANT A-t.UAl'K
AMr ... rs JJW VUI1K KNA.MKI. l'Al.N'l' t 'II.,
SainiiK- earii fr. :: I'r.ncv Mrnt, Nt- V.r
1 LOSS OIL AND VAKNISll COMPANY.
17IJ Prince Street. Now Voik.
Uopal, Coach, Furniture, Daniai' uiul all other YarnMies,
LitjuM and .lapan Dryers ami (Jlos Oil.
Cur clici;. ;'.o (.U Vart!L. fur t u pr!c. l a. to vp! ii: tu rnarU' t
OL'li DRVKUS A UK TI1K 1JHST.
Ji.-y quick ntid !!! n.lx whb a" kiLiNcf oil. ,
' OIJU VAKNISI1MS AHi; TIIK JiKST
And have no vv.n ; n mtn-.'.Iti! !y 0:c tr.-i-t-.
Wc liiivc every fiicliity to mat uf'icturc zniid' cf lli: rn -:atlt v ut the lo.vot rice. a. wc btiv for
prompt !h uu'.y. nnd law Iht.v .xj...-ri t.c u t.. I'l.-it.i-. ut.d lite maie j.vrM.ual uttuntien.
SAMI'I.KS and (:iot!i:!oiu K'tt wiia i!cii:re a' any Cine. Solicit I hi: your orders wc remain,
!: -jcct f:r '. y Your",
NEW YOIJK KXAMKL PAINT A VAKNISll CO.
STuVKS AMI TINW'ARK.
Tin," Sheet-Iron ami Copper. ,
Tinware ami Hollow ware ut' every
llei i Hiirl' old H!:i!id..m .
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IfiH.llriH iin.l (liitierii!.: HjicrLiltr. All kind
f work -kliriul Iv and mom i.tlv ..erf.iri .u.l an.
K.r.'H niiiile MltiKriietDry
31 EAT MARKET.
KOKIILKIt IHiOS., Proiiriotors,
C'erner W'a-lilii'toii Avenue nn.l K!lit Htrcet and
('.iriier Kmveulli ami W aliliiKt.)ii Avo.
A fnll nnd ciml.tn Hiipply ot tho hent of ull
klddn uieut nl',vay uu bund.
I'AKl'KNTKK AND fONTUACTOK.
J01IX A. POOR,
Oakpkntki: and Coxtkactoi:.
MIOP ON TENTH STI1EE T,
(iK'tttcea W'aliliitoa nnd Walnut.)
Estimates on lniil.Iiii, (n losses hy tirp
or otherw ise iintile on short notice.
VIA. work lntnit"d to lilm will reclvc jirornpt
atiuiitl.iti, uud 111 liu executed lu a vatipfaetury
HOOTS AND SHOKS.
Mnntifiictitror nnd DeaVer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.Leather and Findings
Ni, (X) Commercial Ave, llet. Fifth nnd Slxtti Ptn.
Keopi. roUKtnntly on hand n liirn aMortment of
(r.'titK and Ladles Hoot nnd blioc or nil ntylen
nn.l iilzi'K, nn.l or die very wl of St. Loiilv and
line u tint I llan.l made work I Hold cheaper than
uver lieftiro. and ehuajiur thun like boo.U cau bu b
tal ned In thin elty,
AIbo, i!wa.v on haud a Inrae atock of I.ealhornnd
MiidliiK'ef ull do.rlptluu,ola very cleo.
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