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"E. A. Burnett. Cairo, IllinoU "
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
The leading Republicans of Indiana ob
ject so strongly to 'Holding the state conven
tion in February that the formal call will
be withheld until after the meeting of the
national committee on the 17th inst. It is
n it probable that a ticket and platform
will La presented until after the meeting of
the national convention, when the policy of
the party, which is just now rather shaky,
wiil be more clearly denned.
Senator Jones of Nevada says that
Grant, if re-elected to the presidency, will
be "a second Cincinnatus in the pursuits
and achievements of peace." We have
great faith in the profitableness of the
Sonatina Silver Bonanza, but don't take
much stork in his wisdom as a political
prophet. A man who has been a pensioner
on the public bounty or nearly a dozen
years and would scifm to look at a plow
liundie is hardly the stuff that Cini inna
tuses are made of. Besides that, we have
no asunicce that he would ever quit when
lie gouhroiigh. St. Louis Republican.
HON. Tim. W. HALLIDAY FOR CON
GRESS. We clip the following from Barton's
Free Press, the ablest Republican organ of
the Eighteenth congressional district :
The loneiboro Gazette proposes Hon. T. W.
JUiliday. of Cairo, ait the Democratic candidate, for
congress. With a full knowledge of the fate that
awaits u condemnation for the crime of hltrh treat-on.
pronounced by the Murphesboro Era we
shail ray that the gentleman pro)Ked would make
a creditable candidate. Ho has made the 5M dis
trict a uood representative ia the state legislature;
i. oueef the leading business men of southern Uli
nuts; Is an Inti-iUfect and rcipected citizen. The
eggr-tiun of the Gazette ii worthy of confident
t i ii ly the Democratic party of the 1Mb district."
In conversation a week ago, in Gok-onda,
with Mr. Phil. V. Field, the able editor of
the Pope County Democrat, that gentleman
xpresv.'d liiins'-lf very emphatically for
Mr. lAlliJay. Mr. H'g law compelling
counties to live within their income, 1ms
been a god-en to the people ol Pope
county, who for years have Wen plundered
by unscrupulous Republican officials.
3Ir. II. can," said Mr. Field to r.s, a
larger rote in Pope county than any other
rata the Democrats can put up," and we Li
The Metropolis Democrat and the Jones
bora Gazette have also been very out
ipoken for him, and can be claimed anions
hL warm friends, as can also The Cairo
Not too much can be said in praise of Mr.
Halliduy. His political career, though a
comparatively short one, is clear; and his
public acts will not only bear the closest
scrutiny without detracting from his worth,
Lut will reflect much credit on him, inas
much as they have invariably benefitted the
people and defeated scheming political de
signs. Being a thorough business man, he
is always alive to the'want of the people,
not hesitating to act immediately where he
i"cs his duty before him,
The result of bit wise counsels as chair
man of our boai4 of county com
missioueri, have Wen Wt by the people
of Alexander county in innumerable ways,
and his work in Ihe legislature of the
State, has brought financial prosperity to
ecveral couutles ia the district which were
on the highroad to bankruptcy.
He ia a Democrat to the core. Not one
of tho bourbon kind, who waste away their
Jives dreaming of the pist, and like too
many Republicans, find pleasure only in
rattling tho boucs of by-gono years and
cubing those who differ with them. But
turning his back upon tho past, he stands
m tho front ranks of tho advaucing column,
nbreast with the times, and ready to act in
accordance with tho demands of the pres
ent. THEY PARTED FRIENDS.
Detroit Free Pi cs.
An agent, with a wall mup of four states
to sell, entered a Jefferson avenuo clothing
house the other day in search of a customer,
und not a word was said until he had un
rolled his map and spread It out over the
counter, piled up with clothing. Then lie
"A complete map of Michigan, Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois, and the price is only
"Would you like to puy an oafercoati"
asked the dealer, as his eyes left the map
to scan the man.
"I guess not; but I want to sell you this
map. It shows every county in the four
states1 every railroad every river every
county seat. No business house should lie
"I can sell you a pair of pants with two
himl pockets for shust what you pay for a
west in New york mit no utrap on der
Itnek!'' remarked the clothier, us he began
to handle the goods.
'This map shows even the smallest
villages. Here where my linger rests is
Detroit. Down this way you go to Colum
bus, ami lrom thence to Cincinnati, where
Deacon Richard Smith can always be found
after 7 o'clock ia the morning. Do you
want to go to Chicago? Then follow my
linger mid I'll leave you in front of the
"Here is a second-hand coat mit a grease
spot on one tail dot I can sell you for Uhre.
tollars, and I tell you notRidy els? put
prices down to der top notch like I does.
Y ust try him on."
"Do you have business in Indianapolis.'"
continued the agent. "Heie is the route to
ti.ke. Do you want to go to Marquette next
summer? Behold the direction ami distance.
1 wouldn't be without one of these maps
fur . hundred-dollar bill."
Tnd I wouldn't he mitout dis coat mit
dis grease spot oa der tail for a two boon
ered tollar bill'."
"Don't you want a map :"
"Doan you want a coat?"
"What "do I want of that coat when 1
have no use for it?"
"Vliat do I vhant of Jut map vhen I up I
stairs lifs here i"
"But don't you want an idi a of the state
you live in? "Which way is Grand Ripids
"Vich vliay is tier front door from here:"'
demanded the clothier, as he drew himself
"Then I can't sell you a map:
'Then I can't sell you dot coat?"
"Shake," said the map man as he started
Tho clothier shook.
.'Would you take a summer vest for fifty
The agent wanted one more word.
Standing with his hand ou the latch, he
"When you find out the way to Cleveland
please let me know."
"Vhen you finds der vhey to Shackson
let me know," was the answer, and they
separated never to meet again.
When grapes are squeezed it makes them
'Political principles change, kingdoms
are overthrown, and religions alter; but
lour aces hold an undisturbed pre-eminence
in their own peculiar line. , Puck.
"Py Schiiuminy, how dot boy stndies de
languages!" is what a delighted elderly
German said when his 4-year-old-son called
him a blear-eyed son of a sawhorse.
It is hard to.dccide which is the more
pestilential the young bore who is forever
bragging what he U going to do. or the old
bore who is eternally brag-riug what he has.
A son of the Green h!e stood on the
highway looking on a comrade who was
lying heiples.s through drink. The day
was hot, and, as the Irishman wipi his
forehead, lie said sadlv "All, my boy, I
w ish I had just half of your disease."
Gen. Hooker didn't care if a soldier fell
out of line to get a good rest across a fence
for his gun; but if he wanted to go to the
rear for a drink of water the old ma.)
wotdd veil: -Spit cotton, d n ye, spit
cotton till we've driven 'em back!"
In a recent moot court trial one of the
disputants doted his argument in a way
tttat, to say me least, was novel, unu w men
ran something in this wise: "From what I
have said, your Honor, the law, in this case,
appears to lie about all on our sub-, and
if it does not so appear, it is the fault, not j
ot the law. IUt ot a leeb'.e interpretation,
j - Columbia Spectator. I
j he man who can devour a dozen and a
lialf raw oysters at one sitting is the man
for eighteen ate he. ! What ho, without
there: Seize him and hurl him from the
loftiest battlements of the donjon-keep into
the loaming potU'ullis that Hows pa.t the
postern-gate.' It is done. The limpid rip
pies of the eddying tnlly-port, and all is
ANECDOTE OF GUUDON JjALTON
STALL. Gurdon Saltonstall resifrncd his functions
as a preacher for the oliice of Governor.
A religious sect arofe professing allegiance
to Christ only, and acknowledging no
authority in the civil law. Among other
peculiarities of their creed was the right to
contract marriage without the sanction of
the civil authorities. A man named Gor
ton was their leader. He appeared before
Governor Saltonstall one day, as his
Excel lancy was peacefully smoking his long
pipe, and announced that lie wan married
to a woman he had brought with him, and
lhat without the sanction of the law. The
Governor serenely removed his pipe, und
asked. "And thou art determined to have
this woman to thy wife?"
"I am,'' replied Gorton.
"And you, madam, have taken this man
fur your husband i"
"That I have, sir,1' was the prompt re
ply. "Then," exclaimed the Governor, "by
the authority aud in accordance with tho
laws of the State of Connecticut, I pro
nounee you legally man and wife."
"Gurdon, thou set a cunning creature."
replied tho discomfited Gorton.-Lizzie
W. Uhampney, in Harper's Magazine for
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 0, 1S79.
NOT THAT KIND OF A GUN,
Detroit Free Trota.
In a corner grocery In the western part of
the city, tho other day, a boy was buying
shot ami getting ready to go hunting. His
old gun was lying around rather loose, mid
the grocer nervously remarked :
"liny, I wish you'd take care of that gun
I'm alraid of nn accident."
The boy stood it up against a barrel and
w ent ou telling how many rabbits he meant
to pepper, and pretty soou it came very near
falling to tho floor.
"I tell you that infernal thing will hurt
somo of us yet!" exclaimed tho grocer as he
jumped aside, and the boy leaned it against
the counter and saM he'd never take a back
scat for a bear never. As he reached over
to look at some buck-shot down tumbled
the gun and off went tho charge, sending
about forty duck-shot in a ten-gallon oil can
"There she goes there she goes!'' yelled
the grocer as he danced round. "Didn't I
tell you that infernal gun would go oil"!''
"And did I deny it r promptly retorted
the boy. "Do you s'pose I'm fool 'null' to
go out to hunt rabbits with l"'asS knuckles
or a bean-hooteri"
RorsK it The liver if it is dormant, and
avoid a train of evils which must other
wise ensue. Among anti-bilious medicines
none rank -so high as Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters. It speedily banishes those pains
in the region of the affected organ, the
yellownes-s ot the skin, nausea, vertigo and
sick headache, which attend a bilious
attack. A bilious subject,' after a brief
course of this capital liver stiniulent and
invigorant, finds that his tongue is no
longer furred in the morning, hi breath is
grown sweeter, a hundred inexplicable sen
sations no longer make his life miserable,
his bowels have acquired the steadiness of
a well regulated piece of mechanism, and
he can cat with a hearty appetite and good
digestion. It is because the Hitters nss-ists
nature in her efforts to bring back the dis
ordered liver and bowels to thiir normal
condition that it
accomplishes Mich r"-
T1IE ROMANCE OF A HAIR
The romanee of a hair comes lrom
Vienna. A poor girl with beautiful hair
went to a barber to sell it. He tried to
muke a chve bargain, saying hair was
plentiful this year, ;.ud declared he would
give her only eight florins. The little
maiden's eyes Clietl with tears, and she
hesitated a moment while threading her
lingers through her chestnut lock. Finally
she threw herself into a chair and said :
"TIk u take it quickly." The barber was
about to cut off the tresses, when a gentle
m:.n .-itting in one of the chairs interrupted
him. and spoke to the girl. "My child,"
said he, "why do you sell your beautiful
hair.'" "My mother has been neaily live
:ii' r.ihs ill. I cannot work enough to sup
port u. Everything has been sold or
pawned, ami there is not a pi nny in the
Iioum'.'' "No, no, my child; if that is the
case, I will buy ymir hair, and give ymi
one bundled florin for it." He gave the
poor girl the note, the sight of which dried
lier tears, and he took up the barber's
shears. Taking the locks in his hand, lie
selected the longest hair, cut it off, and put
it carefully in his pocketbook, thus paying
one hundred florins for a single hair. He
touk the poor girl's address, in case he
should want to buy another at the s;.me
rate. This charitable gentleman is men
tioned as the head of a large industrial es
tablishment in Vienna.
Aktek tiik ilium of my l.iibe, one of
iiiv limhs became fearfully swollen. Giles'
Liniment lodhle Ammonia, ufter all the K.
l'rtiwn remedies failed, effected a rapip
cure. Mrs. Ii. Lask, 1'iO Kiitt CCth street,
Gi;.Ki' Pills euros Jauiiuiee. Fold by
Mn. Philip I!lmi.im.eii, an olJ suh
scribcr to our V'tiper and well-known in the
whtile .surrounding country, informed us
the other day. that hi wfie, who for two
weary years had suffered with Ilheutna
tisin in the shoulder, during which time
flic had been treated by several physicians
without success, had been completely cured
by a t-inle bottle of Ft. Jacob's il liucy
ru. Ohio, Courier. Feb. 20, 179.
Akk Favim.s Banks Sutre? 'lias is a i
picitioii of vital importance to the indus- J
trial thrift of our country; and while our
legislatures are pcinderinjur the question, we
would earnestly advise every one to take;
Hall's Balsam l'oi Coughs and Colds. War- i
niLted to cure. ;
Ot.n ExPKiiiKNti. Kit'i.M Many: "1 hud
oeeii siek and miserable so long und had
e;iued my husband so much trouble ami
expense, no one scemul to know what ailed
nn;, that I was completely dbheartened und
discouraged. In this frame or mind I got
a bottle of Hop Bitters and used them un
known to my family. I soon began to im
prove and gained so fast that my husband
and family thought it strange and unnat
ural, but when I tol 1 them what had helped
me, they said "Hurrah for Hop Bitters!
Ions may they prosper, for they have made
mother well and us happy," The Mother.
Home Journal. ,
Constipation ctiiED no matter how
severe, or of how long standing, by the use
of Kidney-Wort. As a cathartic, it is
effective without debilitating, canes off all
impurities, and is at the same time as
nourishing and healing as any article of
fowl we eat. I
Aktku two seasons of use of the Per
fected Butter Color, made by Wells, Rich
ardson & Co., Burlington, Vt., U. Colling,
of Guilford, Ind., says: "Why not use a
butter color, when it can be obtained that
is perfectly harmless and efficacious as this
Wn v suffer longer from the torment of an
aching back? Kiudey-Wort will cure you.
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dtint by tneimure belnir exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a d&T,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It nd ee fur youmdvui.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cuih oa delivery of tickets,
I'KOF KRSIOXAI CARPS-rilTSICIASS. ,
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
HiinieopiUhie Physician and Surgeon.
ltie' 140 Ci. amerclal avenue, llealdeucc comer
Y itirteeutb fit. and Waablnutoo avumiu, Cairo,
JjR. K. W. W1HTLOCK,
CrneE No. i:ifi Commercial Avcr.no, between
Kl'lilti und Nlutb Street
W. C. JOCELYN,
orr'K'E Eh'btk Ktroet, near Commercial Avenue.
NOTARY IT HJ,If
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFr'U'E: With the Widows' aud Oorjir.auii' Mil
ual iiJ Society.
rjVEGAR k LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. m Commercial Aveuue.
!MUS. M. A. SWANDKIiV
Winter's Block. fomi'V Seventh Stiet t itlltl Com
De!:i. to inform the citizen, of C'uiro uuj viriuity,
that ie ban a
New anil Lai'iiv Stock of (iowls
Wlilth o will sell al A tcai. cost. cousMHisJ of
Hats ami Jlomiets.
Akd ViLe Ili.i'ort'Hl llnfe for 1.ik1 urn! ChiMR'ii.
Ladies' FurnMiiiii; (Joods!
All the wry '.atcn rlesiviis. Price n low an hii
fible and eoin'.f rr.srkfc in plain fiacre. Will nut
be m.uiTMild. Call and examine. No trouble to
show tf'indf !.ac:lr who do t"! ste v. hat thry
witi.t will i u-j n'k for i'.
( AW WIIKKLl-H,
lii'uU-r in ail kiml" of
Co I'd Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
A SI 'KCIA.LT V
WOOU A NI COAL YAKI:
Teftth Street. Between Wa-liiiiirton ami
3PtS. C. MCLKAX,
!!a without a dov.bt the f.i.i -t lii.e of
-Millinery and Fancy Joods
In lb!c lity, i,i;d
TJiov Must bo Sold at
Ti e I.adli h are
ca'.l ar.d i-sumine
Prices AVtll ! Matlo S:tt isiiii torv.
ti;l!Ti! STIIKKT, MIST IxtoR Tt
DKV t.ooijs norsK.
EsT TY. OF SAMI KI. rtsllKR, ItKe fc.W'I).
All person having claims ni'iiiust the utatn of
Slitnurl Firher. del en-ii-d. n!e hrrehy notified iiih.1
retpn-stcd to atti-nd and nrem-nt nueli c!ain:tii the
Coi.i.ty four' of Alexander I'tumly. Iliiiioia. lor the
puriMihe oi hiivlni; the f.iine itdjiif'teil at u term of
loti'it oi;rl. to I., held at the Court House, in the
City of Cairo In :ild Alexander t'our.tv. on the third
Monday of.lni.'ury. . lsso, heiLj; Uie 1 'ill i!uv
I):itt:d November With. A. D.. 1ST!).
' ATI: Kl! I N K J. FISH Kit, Kreer.tri.v.
UMI MS'l'ft ATCK'st .notice.
K-TATr OK TIMoTIIY CriAKI.EV, I)Ki'Kjtr f).
The undcriiiei, h nvlnir been appointetl itdmiiii..
t-utor of the eMiite ol Timothy Coukley. lute of th..
Co'.iiuy of Alexnnder and Stmcot IIHiioIh, di :ene(l
lierehy K'wrr notire tliiit he will Hppetir helore the
t oitnty Court ot 'Alexuiider Cotmlv. at, the Court
lloue. In Ctiiro. lit the .iHiiimivterm. on th; third
Monday In JMi'iury nex. in which tune nil persoun
kavlnirelaiius v.-aitist said eiituto art notiilud and
requested to attend fur the purpose of haviiin the
ame adjusted. All person indebted to said estate
HP-requested to muke immediate: payment to the
Dated tlili- IVth dav of Noveniher, A. I..s7!i.
KR IIAUD KlTUKitAl.Il, Administrator.
KiTATK OF CM OS lUZLKWOOU. I1K1 KASl I).
The utidirsiened havinsz been appointed adminis
trator of th! estate of Clifton ila.lewood. lute of
tint County or Alexander and State ol Illinois, de
ceased, hereby given oolh-o that he will appear be
fore the County Cotirt of Alexander County, at the
Court House, in Cairo, at the January term, ou the
third Monday In Januury next, at which time all
persons having claim iiRalnst said estate are noti.
lied and requested to attend, for thcpnrnoae of hav
ing the nuxnt adjusted. All persona indebted to
said estate are requested to uiuke immediate pay
ment o the undersicned.
Dated this Wild day of November. A. D..1S79.
MILKS CAU1ILK. Administrator.
gHKKIKK S SALli.
Hy virtue ol an execution to mo directed, by tho
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County, in
tile Mate of Illinois, In fuvor of James Hell and Wil
liam H. llallldny. ami against Cairo llox and Uaeket
Company I hiiv levied npon the following de
scribed property, to-wlt: Lots one to eight, both
Inclusive, lu block numbered onell i.und lot one to
eight, both inclusive, lu block numbered eight (Si,
In the filth addition to the city of Cairo, Alexander
County. Illinois, including license and permission
to use and erect and maintain buildings, etc., on the
levee slops In front of said lots, an specified in deed
from Tavlor Jk I'arsons. trustees, etc., dated March
lilst, lHTl, together with all and singular, the mill
boiler house, dry kiln, ofllco, sheds and buildings,
on said lota tnd premises, situated togetherwlthall
and singular, the appurtenance, fixtures, boilers,
engines, saw mill, shaftings, beltings, pullles and
other machinery, saw, tools and machines of every
klud aud description whatsoever, appertaining, be
longing to, or in any way constituting part aud par
cel of, or used In. what is known a the Cairn Hox
and llisket Company factory ; which I shall offer at
riulillc. entlue. on the premises, as above described,
n the flftb addition to the city or Cairo, county of
Alexander and State of Illinois, ou the ftd day of
December, 1S7M, at 10 o'clock, a.m.
Dated this, Cairo, Illinois, d day or November,
A. I)., 1H79.
JOHN llODUKS, Sheriff.
Tit A UK
THE ELECTIMC CLEANSER.
HAS NO EQUAL FOR tiKNERAL IIOUiSE CLEAXINC;
rURPOSKS, FOR "WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE RATH, AC, tC.
For Cleaning I'uinl, Varnished Surfaced, Whitlow Glass, Mirrors, CM 1'ii.iTtf,
Marble, Tiamis, Stwiny.Mtchiii.s.I'iirniUire, Oilt'lotlis Silvii Waif, Show Ciists.Hh uyi h,
Cut Glass, (i lobes, Gas Fixtures; lit moves I'itih tuitl Tar l'n m the Ilahds or Ch thii:;:
reatlily, vie, Jke.
FOR I'sE S DisiXKFrTWT 1K1NK,-K A hai.i.h amity
1 ' Ji v' 1'I.ACK IX) 1!L DIMM he'll
Aiiythini Soiled bvOJI, or GIJKASK.lv Wive or Jen
cil .Mark.-, or by I3ii t ol'any Idncl.rt will clean
W I T II O U T S O A I ' Oli -V A T 3 .
T.) Wwr.iis Coaum Comi any- 1 have used
,..;., i... :i. n isier.a.uiy sinn-rior to ot as a
ojo.u iu.i..ri iuc icMiirj or i naum.'
eon. it Hl-o In a.s .ores mid chajtin- banilo readily. Ifesoectrully yours. ,
WILLIAM S KVKIJK'IT 111 Co'.t i-.. (;r,n,. Avr .(.1,1,,; ,.
To Tim Wk-tern Coamnk Cts-Wc have bweit flsiii" lu our Mitlly Coalluu." an trti- !e niaturut U ; 1
in tliie city, and tlutl It one of the tuns l useful thi for fun.iiy lis- we La.e ever knov.n or h-aid of. I r
v.ashii.-. siTUbbiiip. rleaniB,! plnss. silver, takiii--i-r.-e sj...!. oi;t ol c:,.tl.li,S wi csrp, t. , te . e VAr.k
!t nas no iiul Every family should have it. The ).i :. e I-., ; s to .rii, it :!hfu the i.-.-h v! v. -
body.--Chicu.'o. May Jd.lstH. I.. ( ( A I KI'
i m inr. u.m,i MasiiiLu- l on.roilM! sold
and v.ilnuble article at a low tlnre c.'UUi'-'ijj with
The follow ini: testimonials from jers.;s with
toaanem it true position laiore 1L pulille. It is a
1 have ut d coaline in my hoii-e. It suvm lubor
be without it -CcutraHa. 111., August l-:h, 19.
lflmlroallm-t.) be ail that is claimed for it,
Aun.t 1Mb. 1ST t.
i nave used coailliv tocienu tu ad-ll;hts rfi njim s, where tl.edin is l.arci k(. atj , usual!)' t!
with concentrated lye I fount! roaline o do tie work fuily v w.ll ur ;...t.!.. vlil out its In
em-clf.-Ccutralla. 111.. Aujnist Huh. l?. ( , Lil.i.s, -t, IEtll j-fciait j c j.
All leadiu; grocers w;i. have it. am! r:.i itp
be. at all time, obtainable at
Cifiici'il Agents. 4-
llciuls- (if Families will Call ami (id a Siuni-lc Fire U v Trial, at .mr .ton
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Address 1 -1 Oil Cliott
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AVe kvv to call Your iiltt nlion to Our
PATENT STEAM CYLINDER YA'LVE."
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO (.ENI.IIAI. 1K.
AVALTE1 lS PATENT.
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X0 MORE CYLINDKK
I call the attention of ir.pi it tor.s of .Steam Engiucs to the use of tliis ViOvc, Ly uhich
a groat bnvlug of fuel is clV. ctetl. The Valve being elose.l nn the ntliniHsInn of otrnm mi l
open when cxlmusting.'the engine is not linlale to get out of line, n.s no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
Tko cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is not working, as the Valves Hie then kept
open Ly a spiral spring. The Valve will pay its price in the saving of fuel in a vory
short time, and will last over ten years. . 1
t-STState and County Rights for Sale. Apply Ly letter or in person at 1403 Chutes u
Avenue, St. Louis.
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