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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY1' MORNING, JUNE 10, l$$0.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
CKTCHKD AT THE l'OST OFKICtC IN CAIIIO, 117
LINOIS, AJ BKCOXD-CI.AtW MATTEIl.
OmCUL PAPEHOF ALEXANDER COITJTY,
Krnent II. Thlelooke, City Kditor,
Only Hornlnar Daily in Southern Illinois.
Cairo, III,, June . !
Time. Mar. Tour. Uum. Wind. Vel Weathur.
? .m 40 8S
, .7 ' )PS!
tp. m gnw
Mailiuum TamporMuro. ls Minimum Tern
prature. 71 ; Rainfall u.M lnch.
Blvcr ti tout U lucUea. Klae 5 Incite
' Sore't (tlirnal Corba. U. tt. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notioea Id this column, five cunts per line, eicb
All persons owing real or personal es
tate tax will take uotico that, on Monday,
tho 14th hist., I will offer tor sale all prop
erty on ; which the tax remains unpaid.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock a. m.
Sheriff and Collector.
That excellent 1 ami ly residence on Fif
teenth and Sixteenth streets, now occupied
by Mr. A. Mackie also six lots, with
. croquet ground, ,,ara an stable. Terras
easy. Apply to Jons D. Mackie.
Tinted or cleaned by the new liquid pro
cess, at J. Burger's. Old plumes can be
changed so that no difference can be detect
ed between them and the new; an item of
economy for ladies to make a note of. Or
, ders left at the store wi II receive immediate
attention. The liquid is a!) kept by me in
bottles for sale with lull directions for its
nsc. J. DrnoER.
To my old customers and as many new
ones who read this, greeting : I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
! of best quality and at the lowest possible
price., I respectfully solicit your patron
I age and guarantee satisfaction'. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
, hours, day or night. Orders filled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
. The uudorsigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to lurnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
.equal iu every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by bu experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice houss, corner Eighth and Levee,
' will receive prompt uttention. Will be fur
. nished at 1.25 per gallon in. quantities from
one gallon upwards. Robf.utIIewett,
Stock and variety of boots and
shoes at C. Koch's, Commercial avenue
shoe store, between Fifth and Sixth streets.
We have just received and now on hand the
largest stock of tho best St. Louis and Cin
cinnati custom made goods ever brought to
this city, all styles and sizes in men, wo
. men and children's slwies. Having recently
. refitted and enlarged our store more con
veniently we now carry the largest stock of
. hand made work in the city at thu lowest
possible prices. " Our motto -is larjire sales
and small profits. Also always on hand a
complete stock ot leather and findings at
tire lowest prices. Call around when in
ne 1 of any goods in our liue for bargains
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
tills season, with his ice wagons, and will'
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of th city, every day,
in any quantity desired.. The fuct that he
will give the business his'persoual super
isi ii, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will bo promptly, faithfully and satis
Itchi.no Piles Symitom akd Cuke.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, Increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were-crawling in and about
- the rectum; the private parts are some
' times affected; it allowed to continue very
- serious results may fellow. Dr. Sway tie's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
euro. ; Also for Tetter, Itch. Silt Rheum,
; Scahi, Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, a boxes l V.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in. currency or three cent postage
, atamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne ii
' , Son, 3H0 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
, . Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
A down tows meiu'iunt having passed
wveraUlccpless nights, disturbed by'lho
. agonies and cries of a suffering child, and
'coming convinced that Mrs. Winslow's
, Soothing Syrup was just the article needed
. . procured a supply for the child. On reacl.j
. ing home and acquainting his wife with
what he had done, she refused to have it
; - administered to the child, us she was
etrongly in favor of houio'puthy. That
'. night tho child passed in suffering and t!io
parents without sleep. Returning home
the day following, the father found the
. baby still worse; and while contemplating
'V. another sleepless night, tho mother stepped
' from the room to attend to some domestic
duties, and left tho father with thu child.
, ; During her absence he administered a por
tion ot the Soothimr Syrup to the baby
and said nothing. That night all hands
V slept well, and the little fellow awoke In
in the morning bright and happy. The
( :. mother was delighted with the sudden and
V wonderful change, and although at first of-
feuded at tho deception practiced upon her
rtaa contmueu to two the syrup, and suffer
: ,v intr, crying babies and restless nichts have
diiappearod. A single trial of the syrup
nerer yet failed to relieve the baby and
; overcome tho prejudices of tho mother,
. Sold by all druggwt. Twenty-flve cents
Room U rent, furnished or unfurnished;
up stairs,' fronting Washington avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth,. Uefer to
Pettis & Bird, corner Eighth aud Wash
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tltau column, tea ctnti per lino,
See notice in special local column of
rooms to rent.
Mr. Geo. Sargent has opened his gro
cery store iivSpillers' old stand.
Mr. Dnscoll has opened a marble shop
on Commercial, between Tenth and
Those to whom the city is indebted
can receive their pay from City Clerk Fo
ley to-day. The scrip is ready for them.
Mr. Cornelius Boyle, who has been in
Union City, Tcnn., for three or tour months
under the treatment of an eminent oculist,
returned yesterday morning.
The delegates to the state convention
from Massac county passed through this
city en route for Springfield. Mr. Trous
dale, the editor of the Metropolis Demoerat,
is one of the delegates.
The county commissioner's court was
in session day before yesterday. The usual
bills were allowed but no business of spe
cial interest was transacted. The next
meeting of the court will be in July.
A social gathering, to be given by Miss
Tennie Woodward in honor of Miss Clark
and Miss Daniels, will take place this even
ing at the elegint residence of Mr. C. R.
The Methodist divinity students are
now required to give up tobacco. The
bishops and clergy are allowed to go on
chewing. The church proposes that the
coming crop of clergymen shall keep their
teeth off the weed.
Col. Dan Rice was greeted by a large
audience at Charleston, Mo., night before
last, which was composed chiefly of the
substantial and better people ot the town.
He lectures at Carnii on Friday night and
will visit Vienna and Murphysboro some
time next week.
The case of Kitte Miller, for maintain
ing a house of iir-repute, aud the case of
Jeuuie Heusle, for being an inmate of the
same, came up betore Justice Robinson
yesterday, who, after hearing the evidence
and the attorneys, disposed of it by fining
both of them. '-"
Early yesterday moaning Oilker
Schuckers arrested one Louis Baker, a mu
latto, who is a notorious thief and confi
dence man. The officer found hiai sitting
on the steps in front of Farnbaker's cloth
ing house when he took him under arrest,
lie will have a hearing Friday, at 2 p. m.
Illinois is well known aj the best or
ganized state in the Uuion for Sua
school work. Every one of the 102 coun
ties is organized aa J held a convention
within a year. Of 1.5'2-) townships in the
st'ite, 9.U have Sunday school organiza
tion. Fifty-three counties have a working
organization in every township.
Tho ladies of the Temperance club
will give an ice cream festival this evening
.at their hall on Tenth street. The best
Chicago cream will be furnished at ten
cents per plate. Besides this the tables will
abound with the finest of cakes, etc., and
b6 decorated with beautiful flowers. We
advise everybody to be present.
'Any discharged soldier of the United
States who has not made application for
pension on account of, wounds or disability
received while iu the service, must do so
before July 1,130. After that time pen
sions will date only from the time of appli
cation. The same is true regarding appli
cations for additional bounty not yet
claimed by many soldiers.
In one of our yesterday's exchanges
we tound a lengthy scientific article, writ
ten by a chemist, in- which the writer
claims that the smoke of a cigar contains
acetic, formic, butyric, valeric, propiouie,
pruic and carbouic acid, ammonia, sul
phuretted hydrogen, pyridine, creosote,
verodiue, picoline, lutidiue, colbdinc, par
voline, corodine and rubideue.
What has become of the policy of civil
service reform? It seems to have been
overlooked at Chicago. Four years ago
the Republican party constituted itself its
champion, and Hayes was chosen to carry
it out. Has the party had enough of civil
service reiorin? Or does thu party recog
nize that civil sofvice reform lias had
enough of it or what?
H'tn. Wm. R. Morriso'i, who received
tho instruction of this county for president
of the United States, now representing
the Seventeenth district in congress, is
gaining strength every day as a posIile
nominee of the Democracy f.fr the presi
dency, lie and John A. Logan were lei
low students at McKcndroe college, and for
years worked together iu the Democratic
A colored mau named Dick Quinn
came here from the south yesterday seriouj
ly affected with rheumatism in his right
leg. The fearful disease had drawn his leg
backward until his heel touched his back
bone, which gave him the appearance of
haviug lost one limb. He asked alms of
everybody lie mot, and recieved lib
eral, and we believe, well deserved contri
butions. The special train which will carry the
A. M. E, church picnicor to Tunnel Hill
to day, will leave at 7 o'clock this morn-
inj. and, while we desire to call tho attcn
tiou of the public to the time, we desire that
it shall also be known too picnic is given
for tho benefit of church. Speeches will,
be made upon the ground by such able
orators as S. E. Taylor, E. W. McEwen, G
W. Tanner and A. 0. Leonard.
Yesterday morning Officer Schuckers
arrested one of tho most pitiable specimens
of humanity, in the shape of a woman, that
it has ever fallen to the lot of an officer to
arrest. The particulars of her case are un
fit for publication, and suffice it therefore to
say, that she was tried before Justico Olm
sted, who fined her ono hundred dollars
and costs, on a charge of vagrancy, au
gave her two hours in which to leave the
Mr. Mike O'Donuell was informed by
a farmer from Ballard county a day or t.vo
ago, that in case the Hibernian fire com
pany permitted racing in the park on the
Fourth of July, a number of fast horses of
that county would bo brought over and en
tered in the race. Mayflower and Lady
Williams, both rapid animals, will be
brought here to buck against Harlem,
They, as all other animals that have run
against Harlem, will have the dust thrown
into their eyes by that gallant steed.
A petition was presented to the coua
cil at its last meeting, asking that the
drive of St. Mary's park he put in good-
condition at as early a day as possible. We
believe that of equal importance is the
sinking ot a well in some convenient part
of the park, so t'.iat those who may go
there at public celebrations, as well as their
horses, may not suffer for the want ot a
drink of water. The construction of a
well would be appreciated by everybody
and add considerably to the park's at
As was mentioned some days ago that
the Hibernian Fire Co. would celebrate
the Fourth of July in an appropriate and
creditable manner. They have lately begun
preparations which promise to make this as
grand an affair as was .ever instituted in
this city on a similar occasion. The com
pany petitioned the council last night for
the exclusive right to the park on the day
above mentioned. The right to use it
under the direction of the street commit
tee was granted them.
It was by the merest accident, while
rambling about the city for news yesterday,
that we caught the rumor, and after inquir
ing into it, found it to be a fact, that our
good looking neighbor of the Argus, Mr.
Potter would, in the course of three weeks,
cease to live the life of single blessedness,
and take, unto himself a handsome young
lady as a wife, who has been in this city on
a visit, from Cincinnati, for several weeks.
After having investigated the rumor, we can
say in the language of Little Buttercup :
'Yen, we ktiov,
f That U o."
Many of our people, especially our
Irish citizens will remember Mr. Michael
A. Mahoney, who left this city for the west
some years ago to seek his fortune. The
following concerning him. which we find
in the Fairfield Colorado Plume.will prove of
interest to his friends hero : "Married At
Rocky, Park county, list Sunday, Mr. M.
A. Mahoney, of Fairplay, to Mrs. A. A.
Shute, of Rocky. Our worthy county as
sessor has often been cautioned against the
snares and temptations that beset the path
way of ye good looking bachelor, but fears
were of do avail. Mike has done it."
Mr. II. P. Melton, of Blandville, Ky.,
was ia the city yesterday on business. In
conversation with him we learned that the
dissatisfaction among the people of his
county concerning the removal of the capi
tal to Wickliffe is still quite as general as
it was when the result of the election was
first announced. lie claims that there
were eight hundred more votes cast in the
county than there are voters, and believes
tliee were imported for the occasion. The
matter is now in the hands of the court,
a:id if any illegal votes were cast the court
will be very apt, to discover them and thus
right tho wrong.
Not many moon i ago a Mr. Richard
son married a Fifth street damsel called
Lucinda. After the Squire had made the
man and woman one, it did not long remain
an open question which of the two was the
one. But, in fact, a few days after the cere
mony she gave her liege lord to under
stand that she was that individual aud at
once proceeded to exercise her authority.
Mr. Richardson having no miud of his own
Mrs. Richardson soon found a
pleasant pastime in giving him a
piece of her own and while
engaged at this, yesterday morning, Officer
Schuckers came upon hor and took her un
der arrest. She was locked up, and will be
tried to-day. t j
--In Mississippi a patent lias been ob
tained for a method ot collecting taxes
upon drinks which is far better than the
Moffa or Clarke register. Books of
coupons are sold by the state auditor to all
liquor dealers. When a drink is sold, the
cousumer receives a coupon which entitles
him to receive from tho state, iu payment
of his taxes one cetit. If two drinks are
to be paid for, he receives an orange-colored
coupon, good for two ccuts. If five
drinks, a blue paper aul good for five
cents' Not only does the stato enjoy an
income from the tax ou drinks, but the
consumer has a reasonable chanco of pay
itig off his taxes with the orange and blue
coupons. The siloons aro crowded at all
tiun with med drinking out their taxes.
For some timo post miHchlovous boys,
or persons ot maturer growth, have habit
ually trespassed upon the promises of tho
colored free school. Tho building, fences
and out-houses, as well as the approaches
to tho building, have been damaged and
stolen and tho windows have been made to
stand their share of the rascally work.
It has become a notorious fact that
in consequence of these deeds of violence
the colored free school has cost the people
moro in tho way of repairs than all tho
other freo schools put together. The acts
of violenco have now become so aggrevat
iug that the board of school directors have
concluded to keep a diligent look out for
the rowdies and, if caught, inflict
summary punishment upon them by prose
cuting them to the fullest extent of the
The country folks around Ullin enjoy
ed themselves hugely a few days ago at a
picnic given there by Mr. R. Hickman.
The ground selected was a beautiful spot
on the banks of a crystal
stream, surrounded by flowers,
shrubbery aud trees which teemed with
squirrels, sweet singing birds, etc. The ar
rangements for the enjoyment of tho pleas
ure seekers were ample. Music
and a smooth dancing floor 30 x 80
was provided for those who wished
to dance and numerous other arrangements
for the use of the younger folks were there.
Refreshments were ample and various, and
none who attended could do aught but
praise the manager for his efforts and con
gratulate him on the success which attend
ed them. The affair is to be repeated on the
Fourth of July, wheu, besides the aforesaid
attractions, a fine display of tire works will
There is here and there a citizen who
is m favor of the sanitary improvement of
Cairo provided it costs nothing. This pub
lic spirited citizen thinks' nothing of clos
ing up his business lour mouths every year
an l paying out an extra $1,000 in the
hegira of himself and family to a place of
safety, but will object very seriously to the
tub system or anything else that makes a
small demand upon his pocket for the bene
fit ot public health. He is of the
penny wise and pound foolish order,
saving at the spigot while the cork is out of
the bunghole and is far from being com
posed of that timber of which a citizen of
Cain) should be composed. Such a man is
tlie one from whom we received a oniiau
nication yesterday evening touching sani
tary affairs, and we would give place to his
paper did it not contain personal reflections
for which we do not desire to hold ourelf
Our health officer has, so far. met with
but little opposition in the discharge of his
duties, and this is pleasant enough to con
template, but is not so pleasant to know
that, notwithstanding the summer months
ore upon us, there are those in our midst
who are doing nothing, and will do noth
ing unless they are forced by the law, that
will insure health among our people. The
most proper time to clear 'up the town is
during the winter, but the people will not
attend to the important matter until the
near approach of danger arouses their ap
prehensions and excites their alarm. We
cannot say whether or not we may expect
another year of epidemic diseases, but
nothing is lost by pn-parbg fur the worst,
and doing something at once to ward off
diseases of every kind. We wish these
lines to have an emphatic and local appli
cation, and hope they will tend to stir our
people up to a proper sense of the impor
tance of the matter. Unless our town is
cleansed we may have an t-pidemic iu the
summer who can deny it.' and why,
then, should not the subject arrest the at
tention and quicken the energies of our
We are in no fault finding mood while
we write this item, but it is only our dis
position to see all wrongs righted, that im
pels us to protest against an imposition
which is practiced upon strangers by many
of our citizens and which, to the observing
mind, is becoming dangerously general. It
is well knowu that piety and baldheaded-
ness go together, or should go together,
so that the head of the believer might bo a
shining light, a city ou the hill, so to speak,
by which the ungodly might be lured from
the broad path of destruction.
But we regret to see that
buldheadoduoss ind piety do not al
ways go together. That there are men iu
our midst who, while they make no preten
sions to godliness, persist in displaying the
barofooteduess of their heads upon our
streets and on all public occasions. Against
this we very heartily protest. It is wrong,
and therefore, we protest against it. There,
for instance, is Squire Coinings, whoso
head shines like a groused pumpkin ut
noon tide, and there is also John Clancy,
Dan Ilarttnan una a few others, whose bald
heads causo them to look ns wise as owls,
ami as religious as missionaries. It is per
fectly right and proper that Messrs. Strut-
ton, Lame, Mackie and others should be
baldheaded, and our ministers might
do well to follow their ex
ample, but that men, such as the
first three named, should be permitted to
mposu upon unsuspecting strangers who
may visit this city, with their innocent
looks and bald heads, Is a matter that
should not bo couuteuauced by our people.
Our citizens owo it to tWs community to
frown down this deceitful practice and if
the "frowning down" will not effect the do
sired euro, wo suggest to the city council
that, by tho enactment of aa ordinance , it
THE PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE.
Will, for the next ten days oiler extraordinary bargains in
Or IE NTS'
Of which they have just received one of the
Ever brought to this city.
Is large, of the UEST
This house secures the Latest Styles of all jroods as soon
as they are out, and since their sales are quick, their stock
is always iresu ami siuisu.
liEMEMBEIi THE PLACE,
!N"o. 1C)8 Commercial Avenue !No. 108
cause the growth of a luxurious crop of
hair upon the heads of the gentlemen
"Rill" Lee is dead! all that was tangi
ble of him fa this world was found yester
day morning lying in one corner of a mis
erable hut upon a few old, ragged blankets
and some straw, which ha I served ss a
filthy bed for him these many long years
He died of dysentery after some week sill
ness and was, at the time of his demise,
unattended by a friend. He was about
fifty years old; had lived here since his
childhood and was known by every citizen
of Cairo. The oldest citizens can not re
member his first appearnnce here, though
it is generally supposed that he came from
Missouri at the age of about five years.
His father, who was Ins mother's thir l hus
band, is said to have been a half idiot and
died a few years after Rill's birth. He
came to Cairo with his mother and the
two have lived here at the expense of the
people of the county from thu day of
their arrival until their deaths. He be-
ieved that the world owed him a living
and while it is not known
that he had appropriated the property of
others in a spirit of dishonesty, he never
theless studiously avoided everything that
smacked of work, and succeeded by beg-,
ing ami using the monthly allowance from
the county to live and drink whisky.
He was a pitiable eisht as
ie hobbled along our s'.rcpts;
lis limbs crippled and stiff from the long
use of bad opirits.h!s fac bloated, an 1 dis-
orted with a horrible grin, tobacco juice '
running down the sides of his mouth, his
hair unkempt and his dirty bod) covered
with still dirtier rags. Un appeal ance al
ways excited the sympathy of a few uti I
the merriment of the many. The former
supplied him occasionally with clean
clothes and the latter. with
)bacco and nickels, which he was ma ie to
earn by jumping for them when place i at
a certain distance, and with which he se
cured the stuff that so often rendered him
entirely helpless. In spite of his hard fate
he was always in good humor, and though
his mental state was below mediocrity, he
would often say some very sensible as well
as witty things, which always brought t'Ttli
a peel of laughter from the crowd gathered
around him. Rut while his life may not
have been a bother f j himself, it certainly
was so to the people of the county, and his
departure is quite a relief. He was buried
iif the potters', field seven miles from the
city, unattended by a single mourner and
will, ere many days pass.'be entirely forgot
ten by our citizens.
Mr. Harry Cprmick, of C'eutralia, is in
Dr. Gillman, the father of Mrs. Rev.
U. Y. George, is here ou a visit.
.Prof. Eiseuberg has returned to the
city after an absence of several weeks, at
Mr. C. O. Puticr, who was a delegate
to the Republican national convention will
probably return this morning.
D. T. Linegar, Esq., has gone to
Springfield to attend the state convention
which meets in that city to-day.
Capt, Williams is at Springfield, and
will be one ot tho lookers-on at the Demo
cratic statu convention to-day,
Miss' Thompson, who has taught iu
our public schools for sotno time, contem
plates a visit to thu Pacific coast this sum
mer. Mr. W. H. Jackson, formerly with
Stratton & Rird, left Cairo for Kansas City
yesterday. He has secured a situation as
traveling aalesnian for a business house of
Mr. Harry C. Bosworth, editor of the
American Citizen, published at Canton,
Miss,, called on us ycBtorday. He is on his
way homo from Chicago and will remain
in this city a few days taking iu the sights,
before resuming hli Journey homo
ward. We found him a gentle
man of more or less agreeable man
ners of tho trua louthcrn type who is
Undershirts ! !
QUALITY and are meeting
The Temperance Ladies will give an
K'E (.'.'REAM FESTIVAL
Thursday EveV. June 10
AT REFORM CLUft HALL.
CHICAGO ICE CIIEAM
OnlvTcn Cents a Dish.
Fine cake un.i beautiful flowers in abun
dance. young, lean and lank; walks with an easy,
dignified tread; is full of his own impor
tance, wears a cane, a duster and a thin,
white moustache; moves his thin lip but
slightly while he talks in a whisper; per
mits his hand to be soundly shaken but
r.evr shakes anybody's ban J, ami lastly
but not li-ast!y, smells like a Kentucky
distillery of rye whUky.
rrUIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL, 8 100.000
W.I'. IIALLlDA Y, PriMtMect.
II L. UAI.UIMY. V'.-.-HrileiH.
lUoj. W. HALLIDAY. C.aier.
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UENHT L. IliUlIHT, H. H COMXINUHAM,
a. !. 1IXUM0.S, OTRl'HRN (IKU,
H. a. CAMDII.
F.xclianje, Coin and Uuitid States Bundii
BUVdUT AM) SOLD.
Dnp.KiHTciclV'd and general hnk!uij busmen
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
t'ommeifial Avenue and Eighth Street'
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T. J Kkkth, AolMiint Ca'hicr.
F. Urn". ruir.; Wlillaru Klu-.'f. Cairo;
l'et'T Scff, l'lr: Wlllmm Wolf. Cairo;
'. M. (Mcrloti. Cairo; It L. Billliitfky.8t. Louli;
E. UinI'T, Cul.-o; J. Y. t'leniftoa. Clfduliij
A (iENEHAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE
IXf'HANliE old ami liouulit. iBten-at paid in
4 tlie Sarlues IK'i'iimiii'nt Collection Biailu
Knil all V-nni' promptly amnried to. i
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gTOVES! STOVES!! y ',
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Maualicturor of and Dualor UAlao
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
OT A IX RINDS Of JOB WOWl ONB TO 0RDM.4E
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