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"MRS. 1 LYDIA' E." llNKHAf.n
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'3
Th PrwItWo Cnru
For all Female Complaints.
Thla preparatlnn, u Ita nam ati(nina, eoaalat o(
Va-uik i'ruparllua that arc banulm to the moat do!
kUlnalJd. Upon ou trial tlx merit of Mil Com
pnnd will be ronld,u relief U lmmcdUU I an4
ban lu Mm 1 continued, In nlavtjr-nln cum la a htin.
dna,ainnani-ntrunilaircteduUiouaiidi will ! .
Itfj. On arcuunt oT Ita prano roarlta, It U to-day to.
coniatcnded and prnrrihed hf tli bast jibjalcUn In
It will eur aUroljr tha wont form of falllnf
of th atcrua, Lrueorrboia, Irregular and painful
Meiiatruatlim.aU Urartu Truublaa, Inflammation and
Ulceration, flooding, all Dlaplacanwnts and tha eon
juent iptnal weakna, and I Mporiall adapted to
th Chang of Ufa, It will diaaolr and expat tumor
from Uteoteruiln an early itag of dernlnpnwnt. TU
tandaocj to eanoruu kamor tner I checked T.ry
ipeadlly by lu a.
In fact It ha prorad to be the yreat
Mt and beat remedy that ha rer been dlaooTer
d. It ptrmaate every portion of the (yMem, and gtrw
new tlf and rigor. ltremoreriilntn(a,riatulenry,d
troy all craving for MliuulaaU, and reUcTe waaknea
f th stomach
r, cure Bloating, IteaoVnea, Kerrou rrott ration.
General bebUUy, BleepkManeaa, Di-preaeloa and Indi
gestion. That fueling of bearing down, oaodng pain,
weight and barkache, I alway prrniannitly cured by
II nee. It will at all tlrnea, and under all dmimatan
e, art In harmony with th law that gumma th
For Kidney Complaint of either r thl compound
Lydia I. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
la prepared at W and rt Weatern Avenue, Lynn, K aea.
Price (I.M. li bottle for (MB. gent by mall In th
form of pllla, alao In th form of Loaengca, on recel
of price, $IM, per boa, fjr either. Mre. mill AM
freely anawera all letter of Inquiry, b-ih! fur pain
pal. Addreaa aa ahov JaVnd.m Ihu ;i;rr.
Xo family ahould be without LYKU K. liNKBAM'
UVCR PIIJA They ear Conatlpatlon, i'J....t..,-e,
andTorptdltyof theUver. ctril tmr box.
KICIIAKDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholesale aiceul for LYDIA E. 1'INKUAM'S
LYDIA E. HNKILVM'S COMPOUND
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
DV WW V'S OllOANS. 17 Slot, 5 Set
IirjA 1 I 1 'lrt'?n Toiiifim Itecila. .only
J5 Address Daniel Y. Hca'.ty,
MAKE H031E Bwiutiful.sKV:
gravlne. Choice subjects. Lower' prlcee. Semi
for.'taloKien.J price lie-. AG K NTS WANTKI).
Address i . JitTliIY A CO., ritlladcliAla, i'a.
For Saw Mill. Foundries
nd .Vacbiui- Mioris.
Ko rclrciilarK aiidn'S
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.Mtmrtrc Co. . l'a
OLD MEDAl AWARDED
ill Atitbor Ao'aivltrvAi Mi-
Chft, inrimiwnivht t evwrf
vrJU)lt l'rtyiMm boaod in
ftrmt Krmcb maUin, AinlKMMwl,
ktMinii, tirtr 00 (l.tt vnnt by
Geo Woods Co.'s
O 1 g a n S !
QUALITY OF TONE,
Beautiful Musical Effect
Strength and Durability!
Beauty of Design
Thov will oiitlnxt nil common, clionp. Orcann,
while tln'lr inunli'iil and mecliuHictl qiniitU-a com
tuuiid ihem to nil who wlnli it atriclly liii;H crmlu
Airents wantoil in thin vicinity.
ForMlKoldlendlaBhledlnU. 8. Borvlco, nnd for
belra 01 aecuaava iomiura,
For toldlurs whoso rate of penalen la too low,
n... .n ..U.n.a 1luetinri,it fnr wntlllila (If OtllPr
Injury (not disease), who have failed ta receive It.
COPIES OP LOST DISCHARGES
HeniltwoS-cimt stamps for blanks nud "clrculnr
of lufornitttluu" to
8TODDAIIT & CO.,
Solicitors or claims. Room 6, 81. Cloud Uulldlnu.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
CornweH's System of Dress
Cutting. LAW OANVAH8KHR and LOCAL AClKNTS
WANTED BVEKYWHKUK. Agents never fall to
' tell thl method. Home makeiwi per wookv Thl
It th only system In tho world with a shoulder
measnro, and a perlvct rule for darts, making a
perfect garment without refitting, Hlmplo to
learn, and worth n hundred dollar toovery suwltm
maclilD owonr. What lady will take the agency ?
Bend for tonus. l!Mtt Wabash Avo., Chicago.
THE DAILY liUILETIN.
IVIUT MUMNIM8 (HOSUiTt ZCIFTID).
t iurgeatt Circulation of any in
Oitliw: ftullotlo uJldlnjr. Wiuiilnclon Arenne
Uubaoription ICh tea:
Dally fdollvered by crrlBni) per week $ 25
Iiy mall (In advauco) one year 10 (X)
Hla montli a 00
Three uniitli , , ,. ,, g yj
One ruoutb 00
Hy mall (In advauco) u year t 00
Hlx niuutha J On
Thruo nonUm 50
To club of tun and over (per copy) 1 50
I'oatsc In all ctwei prepaid.
Firm Inacrlloh, per nqnare 11 00
HiilmoquoiitliiKorUona, periquare 50
Kor onn wei k, per iqunre 3 00,
KJtiernl notice j imi
Obltimrle and nmolutlont paxaud by ao.ltlu
ten cent per line.
Dostlia and marrlKCua free
Flrat Insertion, per iiquare..... 1 00
Bnbaequent lnaertUina '" 5)
KjKhl line of aolld nonpareil conftltnle ai'qnare.
Diaplaycd advertlaemeni will be charged accord
in it to the apuce occupied, at above ratea-there be
IniJ twelve II nca of nolld type to the Inch.
To recrular advertiser we offer euperior Indnce
meni. both a to rate of charge and manner of
d 'playing their favort.
Thl pai.er may ho foand on Die at Oeo. P. Rowel
Co. a Newapapcr Adverting Derean, (10 Hprnco
jiT'ti where artvurtlaltiR contract may be made
f r It In New York.
Communication npon iiibject of general Intereat
to the public are at all time acceptable. Helected
m ititiacrtpta will not be returned.
Lettera and communication hould be ddreaeed
"K. A. Kurnett Cairo llllnol "
LOCAL WEATHEK KEPOHT.
CUimo, III., May ad, IH81
Time. Bar. Ther. Ham. Wind. Vel Weather
a.m 39.97 (iS TO calm 0 Fair
7 " ti.'.n t'A 70 n 4 "
1 " ssi.w 71 4:) calm 0 Fair
l p m la.ici mi 37 N 8 Cloudy
Maximum Temperatore. te Idlnlmum Tern
P'ratorrW 1: lUtn 0 lnchee.
Kivcr, 'J feel 11 inche. Fall 13 Inched.
W. H. HAY.
Serg't Hlfnal Corpi, U. 8. A.
The Gold Dust for Vicksburg was well
laden Inst night.
The Jolin U Maule is the Anchor Line
packet for St. Louis to-duy.
The Golden Crown passed up late Thurs
day niht with a light trip, for the Ohio.
The W. IMIalliday added three hun
dred tons for N?w Orluans. She left last
The My Choice and barges due to-day,
but being fully loaded, will tarry here but
a short time.
The wife of Owen Catee was a passenger
yesterday on tho Halliday, returning to her
home in Texas, via New Orleans.
Im D iniels of the wharf-boat had his
uoe broken Friday noon. He is in no
danger of bring disfigured bowovor.
'I Don't Want tbat Stuff."
Is what a lady of IJoston said to her hus
band when lie brought home some medi
cine to cure her of sick headache and neu
ralgia which had made her miserable for
fourteen years. At the first attack thereaf
ter, it was administered to her with such
cood results, that she continued its use un
til cured, and made so enthusiastic in its
praise, that she induced twenty-two of the
best families in her circle to adopt it as
thtir regular family medicine. That "stuff"
is Hop Hitter?. Standard.
litvrnum says that a circus man who
won't admit orphans free- can never
hope to go to heaven.
An Old Deed.
Tho (lescendantt of Louis Du Bois,
of Esopus, Ulster Co., have in their pos
session a deed for 141 acres of land giv
en by tho Indians to Du Hois in 1G77,
which is signed by Gov. Andra&s and
his Secretary, Matthias Nicolls. Tho
deed was given in consideration of forty
kettles, forty axes, forty adzes, forty
shirts, -100 strings of beads, and 100
bars of load. Tho land is situated in
Esopus Valley, and is valuable.
From "Poems and Music," bvAnno Evans.
A Privileged Person One who is so
much a savngo when thwartod that civ
ilized persons avoid thwarting him.
A Practical Man One.whodo judg
ment is not distracted by tho power of
seeing far beforo him.
A Good-Tcmpcrod Man One who is
bo froo from feeling himself as not to bo
disagreeably aflected by tho absence of
it in others.
NicoPeoplo People who always be
liavo liko other people.
A Popular Man One who is so bold
ly vulgar that the timidly vulgar ad
A Domestic- Woman A woman liko
a domestic. '
Mil. A. P. White, 835 W.Monroe street,
Chicago, informs us: I have had occasion
to thoroughly test the qualities of St. Jacobs
Oil upon myself and my family, and liavo
found it tho best and most ellcctivo remedy
of tho kind ever known. In an aggravated
caso of swollen joints, whuro inflammation
was causing intense Buffering, its power
was especially remarkable and not only
brought a relief but a permanent cure. It
gives 1110 pleasure to thus testify to its
Mothers! Mothers It Mothers!!!
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of vour rest by a Biclc child Bufforlnnr and
crvinc with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at ouce and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup. It will
relievo the poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistako
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has over used it. who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and givo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating liko magic.
It is perfectly sato to uso in all cases, and
t.lcnmintto ilin taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest ami best femalo
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Hold ovcrywlioro. i coins a doiuo.
THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN;
Much has boon said about the ro
markable decoptlons practiced by the
Hindoo jugglers, and their skill in per
forming their tricks is simply marvel
ous. In a roeont letter from a friend in
India, he narrates his experiences as
"Arriving in the city in the morning,
Dick and 1 made up our minds to wit
ness some of tho illusions about which
we had heard so much, and which are
generally performed hy traveling con
jurers and mountebanks. After asking
for Information on tho subject, wo as
certained that there was to be given
that afternoon, in ono of the small halls
of the town, a performance which, as
our guide told us, was not to bo excelled,
as one of the most skillful and adept
Jugglers in tho country was to prosido.
We found tho pluco, after some trouble,
and after paying our dues at tho gato
to an old Indian with a gaudy turban
wound around his head, wo entered tho
place, which was a low, dingy building
with accommodations for about a hun
dred persons. At tho extreme end of
tho hall was a platform, over which
dirty red curtains werodraped.
"When wo entered, tho juggler had
already commonccd his performance,
and was whirling several dangerous
looking knives around in tho air. After
going through various movements with
those weapons, he exchanged them for
somo flaming brands, which ho tossed
about from hand to hand with tho rapid
ity of lightning, forming various lines
and circles of lire as the brands turned
over and over. Ho continued this
dangerous sport for a while, and then
going to tho tablo on which he kept his
paraphernalia ho took up a largo olack
ball, and tossod it up in tho air; as it
rose to a certain height it broke into
about a dozen small balls, which on
striking tho floor changed into as many
snakes, which rapidly glided away,
leaving no trace of tho balls.
"We were completely puzzled by the
illusion, and watched with breathless
interest to see what ho would do next;
but still greater was our surprise when
ho began whistling in a low tone, and
the snakes camo gliding back upon the
stage again. The juggler snatched them
up in his hand ono by one, and holding
them by their tails, swung them round
and round his head until our eyes could
scarcoly follow them. With a sudden
jerk he stopped the motion, and holding
up his hand, we saw there instead ol
the snakes, tho original black ball.
"Ho did many other wonderful tricks,
among which was tho well known
basket illusion, also tho old trick of
making a tree loaded with ripe pome-
franatca grow from a small flower pot
lied with earth. After witnessing his
wonderful performance we left tho hall,
well pleased with what wo had seen."
The Pagan View.
Admiral Hall, of tho British navy.
Bays that while commanding a naval
vessel at Hong Hong, after divine ser
vice had been performed ono Sunday on
his ship, and tho sailors were at rest,
his intelligent Chinese pilot called his
attention to the fact that work was going
on on shore as usual, and said, ''Your
Joss (Gc-d) is better than our Joss, for
ho gives you holiday and rost ono day
in seven, and wo have only ono day in
the year on New Year's Day." Tho
admiral, in a recent address to working
men, clinched tho fact by adding, "And
this is the case. Just picture working
hard from morning till night for three
hundred and sixty-four days, and only
ono day of re.st, mid then prizo tho Sab
Hs Left it Unfinished.
One day, when young Abu Ben-high-dad
was looking about in tho great li
brary of that eminent Abraham schol
ar, Sheik Danedbeing Macmohammed,
his eyes foil upon twonty large volumes
all on one subject. Ho expressed his
surprise and exclaimed,
"Uli, bhoik' tell mo, Allah bless us 1
what's in them there books? It strikes
me, oh, Shoik, . that tho writer must
have been a fellow of noarly exhaustless
"Thou mistakest, oh, Bon-high-dad;
thou art yet but a superficial observer.
Know, young fellow, that thoso aro tho
works of the high and mighty Hash Ha
roun-con-foundud, a man who married
early in life, and supposed ho had ob
tained therein the corroct thing. Now,
then, OBcn-high-dad, listen ! In those
books are recorded all tho complaints
and fault-findings whieh Mrs. lla-roun-con-founded
committed to tho cars of
that mighty man during thoir wedded
lifo. And lo I Ben-hign-dad, the groat.
Hash Ha-roun-con-fouiided died, leav
ing his work, as wo sco, but a fragment,
though twenty volumes had been writ-
Hereupon, the eminent Sheik Mac
mohammed ceased to speak, and the
young Abu Bon-high dad walkod away,
whistling a melancholy air of Arabia.
An arousing story is related of the
Grand Duke Constantino, tho brother of
the late Czar. Oneo ho gavo a dinner
to & largo number of Polish nobles, to
each of whom, at the close of the feast,
an ordinary candlo was served on a
plato. When his guests had boon sup
plied with thoso delicacies ho aroso,
and, taking from his own plato an ad
mirably counterfeited candlo of somo
sugary substance, callod upon tho as
sembly to enjoy with him a Russian's
greatest dolicacy. Saying this, he took
a hugo bite from his own candlo, where
upon his expression changed to one of
extremo disgust. One of tho noblomon
had Biiccoedod in transferring to tho
Grand Duke's plate a genuine candlo
and had appropriated the imitation ono
to his own uso.eating it, as did tho others
enjoying hngoly tho discomfiture of the
host, who thus was corapollod to swal
low about two inches of gcnulno Kus
As to Hogging.
The Providenco Journal says Jhat the
paront or teacher who can not Bocure
attention and obodionco from children
of tho primary-school ago without flog-
n-lnrr tinil. . t. l.!t.n,l tlirt limlSO
or tho'school-houso." Of high school
pupils it aays: "Thoy aro old enough to
bo roasonod with. Elthor they have a
sense of propriety, duty and dignity
which can bo eflootuallv annealed to,
and bo Hogging: Is unnecessary, or they
have not, and flogging would be useless,
and expulsion from school tho propor
safcmiard for tho othor scholars.1
ALLMED1C1NES ADVERTISED IN THIsEaPKR AM SuiirBTGKO E. O'HAR A
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pOLUMBUS, HICKMAN, NEW MAD-
HID AND TIPTONVILLE.
M. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
'.Leaves Cairo ovcrv Tucodav aiid Friday for the
above points. Pur freight or paHare amur to
Office, cor. (sixth and Ohio Lvvee.
At I'hil Howard's old stand,
rPHE BEST OF FRESH MEAT OF ALL KINDS
-a- always on hand lo larire q uai.tltls, and sup
plied to steamboats at all hours. Juhu Glade, well
knttwn to river men, will be found aboard all boats
to take orders for meat.
GENERAL DELIVERY open i:3U a. m.; closes
6:40 p.m.; Sunday: 8 tot a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m. ; closes
ii 5 p. m
Through Express Malls via Illinois Central 3:40
Mississippi Central Railroads close at 9 p. ru.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Throaitb and Way Mall
closes at 1 p. m.
Way Mall rla Illinois Centra). Cairo and Vln
:cni.es and Mississippi Central Railroads close at
Way Mall for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
Cairo and Evansville River Route closes at 8:30
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
Mayor N. B. Tbistlcwood.
Treasurer Edward Dezoula.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor--Vin. J. Gilbert.
Marshal J. H. Robinson.
Attorney William UendrickB.
BO A US Of ALDKBaHM.
Firot Ward M. J Howley. Peter Banp.
Second Ward David T. Llnegar, Jesse ninVle.
Third Ward-Egbert Smith. B. F, Blake.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patier, Adolph Bwo-
Fifth Ward-T. W. HaUlday. Ernest B. Pettit.
Circuit Judge O. J. Raker.
Circuit Clerk A. II Irvin.
County JudeR. S Yocum.
County CU-ra S.J. Iliimra.
County Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Conntv Commissioners T. W. nalliday, J. A.
(J lbbs nod Samuel Briley.
C1AIRO BAPTIST. Temperance hall on Tenth
Jstre.it: Dreachlne flrtaud third Sunday In
eac month, 11 a m. and:) p. m.: prayer nicot
ine Thursday, 7::)0p. m.; Sunday scnooi, :.wa.iu.
CHURCH OF THE REDE EM ER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth street; Bunday Morning prayers
10::W a. m.; ovenlne prayers, 7:30 p. m.; Bunday
chool 9 :30 a. m. Friday evening prayer 7 :30 p. m.
EMRBT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.-
Sabbath school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Bhores,
LUTHERAN-Thlrtecnth street; snrvitcs flab
bath 1:30 a. m. ; Sunday school t p. m. Rot.
rvKiKiMcT-rv., Rltrkth ar.il Walnut atrnflts !
Preaching Sabbath 10:W a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Bunday
School, a. m. Rev. Whlttaker, pastor.
1)RESBYTERIAN--Elghth street; preachlne on
Salibnlh at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mcetinR Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Bunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. B. V. Georc, pastor.
ST. JOS EPH'8- Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:80.
m. ; Bunday School at J p. ru. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; ser
ried" every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and WaKhington avenue; services Bah
oath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Sunday School
i p. m. services every day at 8 p. m. Rev. Mitstmon
JyOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Umn ofCitvCi.biik.Cauio, Ii.t,., Mayllth 1H1.
Sealed proposals will lo received at my olllre un
til 3 o'clock p. m., Tuesday, May i!4th, lwl, for the
removal of garbage from tho different residences
and holds in tho city for tho months of May, Sep
tember, October, November, March and April,
twice In each woek; forth months of June, July
Bnd August, six day In each .week, and for the
mouths of December, January and February, onco
In each weok, as per section 23, chapter 10 of tho
ordinances of the city. The placo of deponlt to be
not less than one milo from tho city limits. The
right to reject any and al I bids reserved hy the city.
K J D.J. PviLKY. City Clerk.
J-OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Orrtrt ofCtiy Cikiik, CAino, Iu..,Mity 14th, W
Sealed proposals will he received at this office
until time of meeting of tho city council, Tuesday,
May 21, for furnishing tho city with two thousand
cubic yardsof broken iionn, to bo delivered on
Levee street, noar foot of Eighth street, sai d stone
to hoof suchilKoas to pass ihrough a ring tha di
ameter of which will bo 2'4 Inches; also proposals
fur furnishing five thousand cubic yards of gravel
to bo delivered on streots or levee; sntdgravol to bo
runal In quality to that delivered on Sixth street
iu tho year l.SHO, and subject to approval of com
mittee on streets. The right to reject any and all
bids reserved hy the city.
D.J.FOLEY, City Clerk.
T-TTTVaT "aF Yourselves by making mon
II J' I I Jer when golden chance Is
. H 11 1 I I JT offered, thereby always
I I I JU1 keeping poverty from your
.1 m-m- .Jon,, Those who always
take advantage of tho good
chances for making money that are offered, general,
ly becomo wealthy, whllo those who do not Im
prove such chanco remain In poverty. We want
many mon, women, boya and girls to do work for us
right In their own localities, Tho business will
rmy mora than tun time ordinary wage. Wo
furnish an eipensonsive outfit and all that yon
need fro. Noon who engages falls to tnako
money rapidly. Yon can devote your wholo time
tn th work, or only vour soaro momenta. Full
I Information and all that If noedod sent free. Ad!
4rsi 8TINSON CO., PorUand, Maluo, '
MAY 21, : 1881.
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by PAUL G. liMWCA
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It NEVER FAILS to
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Go to PAt L O. SCItt II, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness and durability
pounds, price 15 centa.
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ItlLVEIl KEOAL AT THE PAKW
V ASELIISTlll SOLD BY BARCLAY BROTHERS
THREE TOOLS COMBINED FOR $5.00
CHENEY ANVIL & VISE CO.,
For sale by C. W. Ilendcrson, Cairo, 'Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
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lO BROADWAY NEW YOKK
W. N. CRAINE, Ocnernl Manager for IIUiioIh, Iowa, Nelraska, and tho
Territories, lt)U Dearborn Street, CLIcatro.
111. A.. BUENETT, Agent,
CVrner Twelfth St., aiid Washington Ave., Cairo, illinsb
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pilid; a parallel Vise with 4-inrh stetil faced Jaws tlint
upen 7 Iticho: andsn Adjustable Viso that will hold ar
ticle wbiixo sld' a Hrc not purlli!l. as shuuo iu cut. It is
ilic KiirincT and IIiiii("o hiildfr's Frlund. furniahiiiff rnn.
vculonci's for dulim lots of odd Jobs that cost tlmu and
liioiicv to lilru dona. Nold hv all li.aill
Iioiisc, and by retailers of Ilnrdwaru or Agricultural Im
plements, but if your dealer has not yet pot them tn
stuck, we wi 11 c nd ouo freight puld ou receiptor price.