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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.:
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING MARCH 28, 1882.
City omcf w.
M.yor-N.B. Thlatlownud. .
Tri'HcuriT T J . Krth.
CI. rk ntil. J, My. ,
Vr.b.4--L. II. Mt ) r.
Ailuiocy William Ili-rMr!. ".
104HU or iur.Rlx.
., Wird-rUr rUnp. T. M . KtiobrciiJKh.
1t,i,.l Ward II. V. HIbHm. John Wood. .
,;;'l .,d-Xuirl. O. Patter, Adolph 8w
W.rd-T. W. O.UM.T. BrTi.etB.Pattlt.
Circuit .ta ll 0 f lV1".'
Circuit CI.-rlc-A. U IrUn.
Ciiuntr Jnd-K. H ocum.
Couiny tlt rk-8. J. Iliimm.
t ounty AUorncy-J M. Uamr-ro.
t "mini Trnr'r-MH. W. Parker.
K.nmer-lt Fiuip.rald n.nid.v J. A.
Count) C..roml..i.u.-T. W. Balllday,
(ill.lx aud Peter raup
u i . Sunday ':bool
. l)-vm..irL It. T. U KeCUir.
V I'Kln lllim! I B-.,P
..I., ...I, arhool ll T.tO P.
... i d. . and Tan p. m.
Uev. T. J. Store,
l""t"r U I
I i rilKnAS-TblrUcutb tret; tl ?
1 , Sath 1 .30 a. m ; Sunday ecbool P-
MKTIIODIHT-Cor. BUbth and Wale ijtreeu,
rntrUy bcbool l & m-
itu KnVTKKI AS -E'tibth trrt: preeehln. on
,.,( It . nut ue'; W" -
- rnrncr Ninth
W-Ustu avenue; .erfleee
iib iud 10 a. oi.; V..pr p. .i Han
j:. iu time carp at caiiiq.
....kIhiKilir TKAHi AIIBI-
t V ,r'.I.Uo ll :W KxoreM
iKtuM 4:' l I AecnmdtloB...li P
MIvS CKNTKALH. K.
i .niltMll .. 5p m
EifeM... I:I5 m
CAST. I. K. U.
Eipr'-'-... . I" ' m I
Axoia'dt1'tt. I p.m
ST. I . I M
tKsprcM 11:V I
........ . ulnml
(N'rnw Oiauico )
KprM "J P m
.t 8. K. It
tKxpre t:50 p m
'ta hash, st torw m
Dily eiccpt hundy. t DUy.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sltortest and Qaicke.st Route
St. Louis aiuFClucago.
Tho Onlv Iino Hunninc;
Makixo Direct Connection
E ASTEIIN LINES.
Tkaix Lia Caib..;
Arrlrioxln St. Loult 9 45 .m.; Chlcito,8:S0 p.m ;
Counretiin: i Ulni .nd tmontiim for Cinciu
nmr, Lotilnvllle. luilianapohi ud polut. Kt.
11:10 u.m. Ht. Ijouin ftnd Wntorii
Arrlvlnizln Ht. Loula 7:0S p. m., nd- connectlna
for ill points Wei-t.
i;JJ) p.m. Fst Kxpre...
iorSt Louis md Chteo. .rrivinu ttSt. Loul
t(l:0p m., ind Chlci0': .m
4:a") i m. Cincinnati Kxprfn.
Arrlvinu l Cloclnmtl T:00 a.m.; Louirllle 7:80
m ; .iH.i.Molta 4:00 a.m Vy"!
thi. train reach the above point. 1 J to 3t3
UoVIW u advanco of aoy other route.
frTbp4:t p. m. oxprMi baa PULLMAN
M.KKPINOCAR Catro to Clnclnnail. without
channel, and through ilecpuri to bt. Loali and
Fast Time East.
hytbla line (to through to F.ait.
c. ..edbv Hi.nd.Tlnt,.reiiuK. The Saturday after
coon train from Cairo arrive In new ) o-k Monday
rf!.r0l.i5atlo;aJ. Thlrtjr aix hour, in advance of
nv nf her MUte. . . . , ,
MT For through ticket, and further Information,
ai.plr at illlnol. Central Railroad LVpot. t
JAe. JOHNSON. J- jlOSBS,
Oen . Sontheru Agent Ticket Ageut.
A.n. DAN80N. Oen. Paul. Agent. Chicago
COAL, WOOD ICE.
? M.WA11D, .
WOOD, COAL and ICE.
ly tliu Ton or Car Load, d.illvcrcd In any part of tlie
. "WOOD OP ALL KINDS.
V Lure or l at my Wood and Coal Oftlcr.
JJIt. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICB Eighth BUeet, neat Come ercla! AvanBj
H. X. W. WOITLOCK,
ornun N. 136 CoromprcUl Awtttt btwn
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "rlinmlD)t"rt cora hnu?l d mk
the beit lumnior wood for cook Id porpoi. wall
a the ebsi!t ever told la Cat;o, For blck
mllk't oe InnettioK ttrvf. they r onequi)d
Lone yuiir ordtri t the Tcotb tuet wood rrd
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE 2s$3bl STATES.
On and after Monday, Jonc?th, and nnttl Inrther
unilce tbefcnyhoHl will mike trp. a. rouowa:
-3ATI. LIAYII LIATBI
foot Fourth it. M'.Moori Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
1:00 a. m.
to :00 a. m.
S:0n p. n.
4 : p. m.
2 p. m.
8:M a. m.
9 a. m.
t p. m.
5;00 p. i
TUB ITALLID AT.
A New and tiompicte Tl-tel. fronllog on Levee
I I tj-llu.J BUmil.
Tb Pau'enccr D 'Pot of the Chlcaio, St. Lon1
aur .cw urlen: iiiiuoo ;eniTi; napu. r...
fxul and Paclne; lion Mountain and M .ntDern.
Mobile and Ohio; fair, and St. Lonia Railway.
are all Jnit acroc the Ptreit: while the Mcaraboat
banning Ih iut one iinnri' ai.iani.
Thi. iiiii..i u ln.iHil hv tuam. hi. .txaro
Laundry, Hydraulic Kh-vitor, KletrU Cull Bella.
Autmii.lc Plro-AUrma. Bnth., ihxolut.tly pure air,
portuct luweritfe ind complete appointment..
Superb ftirnnhlnirt: perfect .ervlco; and an nn-
T,. P. PAKKKK Ac CO-.Imomi
Commercial Avenue nnd Eifflith Street,
F. BKOSS. Prendent. I P. NKFF. VlcePre.'nt
II. WELL.8, Uaahiur. T. J. Kerth, Ata't ca.b
F. itron. Ca'w William K'ne. .Cairo
I'o erNeff . " I William Wolf.... "
CM OKterloh " I 0. O. Patlor "
E. A. Budcr " n. womi. -
J. Y. Clemf on, Caledonia.
AHKNKP.AMJANK1NQ BUSINRH8 DONE.
Kxchiuga fold and tfonght. Intoroit pild In
tlioMiivltur. Dupartmunt. Collection made and
all buelueui promptly auenuna 10.
! ' FARIBTH STORE.
"EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EH &c CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth itreetl flnil'A Til
CommorclalAvanutil liAUUf Hi.
PROPRIETOR OF SPR0AT 8 PATENT
Wholosalo Doalor in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
P. nKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor.Twelftli Street and Levee,
rjlIIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Criiro. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEV KB.
A General Banking business
TflOS. AV. IIALiLIUAV.
JNTKIU'KISE 8AVIN0 BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK,
nioa. v. ii alijIDAy,
6TOVB8 AND TINWAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL (IKDfl OF JOB WOKK DOKR TO ORDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, iu the State ot nilnota, at luo doeo of
March 11th, 1882.
Loan, and dlncouut.....
9 411.423 78
00- 74,547 3H
U. S. bond, to itcure circula
V. 8. bond. on bind
Other itoc., liond and mort-
Due from approved re.ervo
Due from other national bank
Due from Statu bank aud
Real e.lte, furniture aud fix
ture. Current expeuae. and taxe
n 1 a n.M .
Check" and other ra.h ltema..f s,S48
1)111. of other Rank. !&,'
Fractional paper currency,
nickel. ana penniu. "o
I,eetil Tender note: ...... .. !,0tW
Kclcmption runu wun i. f.
'1 reamirer, (a per ceui, ui cir
Due from U. B. Treasurer,
other than 5 por cent re
Capital itock paid in
Suriiln. Kim il
t im.nno oo
i nillvmcu rroni.
l.u.tl. .Kiln. nut. t.n.t.
ing 45,000 00
ludividual dupo.lt .uhjuct to
DcinandfrertlHcate.ofdeK).lt, 1H.7IM W
Due toother national bank., 1,1) 41
linn n hi.Im li.nlt. and
hanker. '. . . . M.M 78- 804.NH At
Note aud bill r.-dincouuted tfO.ODo 00
Totai 7lrt,,8til 80
Slate of Ullnola county of Alnan.ler, .,
I. Tho.. !. Ilallldnv. C.Hbler of the above named
bank, do aolentnly .wear that the above .taUimenl
1. true to tut) Dual ot my Knowledge ano nenui.
Tiki.. W. ItALi.niAr, Cafhier.
Hub.crllMid and .worn Ui beloru uie thi. lillli day
or Marcb, im. M J. iiowi.cr.
R, Tl. CDNNINnilAM, )
. 1). Wiluahion, Director,.
U. II.Canobi. )
CttT Clirk' Omen, 1
Caiko. III... Mar. 17th. 1PM. f
Public notice la bvruhy given that onTue.ilay th
lStU day or April A. I). 1HK3, itoneral election will
h held In the cltr of Cairo, county of Alexander,
.tatoof Illlnol, for ihH election of one aldermau
for tb reuniar term of two year from eicu of the
flvo wa daofthacltT.
For the purpose of laid election point will be
oiienvaatine tonowinir nameu pi.cu, vn:
In the Klr.t ward at the oolloe headanartnr In
roar ol Mr. Horn White ! bulldluK coruer of Sixth
. tnii t and Ohlolevue.
Inth Second ward at the ounlue houaeofth.
BoukIi and Ready fire company .
In the Third ward at the engine house of tb
liniertilan nrt, company.
In thai K'linrth ward, at tha Cnttrt Mon.n
And In the Fifth ward, el tb engine home of the
Anchor Ore company.
8a Id election will be open at rlubt o'clock in th
moxnliiK.ind continue opun until (even o'clock In
tne anernoon oi tame aay.
, D.J. FOLBT,
total Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest
Fruits, without coloring, poison
ou8 oils, acids, or artificial
Essences. AIuhih uniform in
ntrenfffh, without any Hiliiltira
tioii or impurities. Hare gained
their reputation from their per
fect pnritff, superior strength
and quality. Admitted Jy all
vho have used them as the most
delicate, grateful and natural
flaror for calces, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Clilcugo, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Maknra ef Lupnlin Yat Genu,
Dr. Price's Cronm Baking Powder,
and Dr. Prlce'a Unique Perfnmea.
We make no second grade goods.
rrrt r j
HEROES OF THE
Br J. W. Bnel.
Embracmff tho lives and Wonderful
Adventures of Wild Bill, Buffalo
Bill, Kit Carson, Cant. Payue,
C'apt. Jack, Texas Jack,
And other celetrated Indlaa FUhter., 8coul,
IlunUrianddu d. A book of th lillnir odr n
t'tre. on the plain.. Flgbt. wlih Indian! ' Grand
BulTalo IluntBl De.po ate A(lvcnltirel Narrow
K.capecl Wonderful Sbootl. and Hldlugl Wild
L'lelo thoFar Wcatl 100 lluftratlon.! lfiFull
Pige Colored p'tttu. 1 The urnnrle.t book for
Agent, ever iMidll.bed. rlecommeiidcd by Maj
fiun. Mrrltt, Buffali Bill and many other.. Po.t
tlvo y oiilfeil. everylhlng al.e. MS paci., prlco
$2 00. Apem'. complete out lit 50 cent.. O.itfli
ard copy for ii 00 fjfWrlte at on.e f..r aicncy,
orto mi"d liuitraii.cl rlrcnlar., to I1ISTOK1C AL
PUBL1SUING CO., i3 N. 4h St.. St. Loci, Mo.
Mondav Evening, Murcli 37th, '83.'
Tho weather lias been rainy and gloomy
for forty-eight hours. Tho wind trora the
north yesterday CTcninj and alruoot freez
ing cold. .
The market is firm and active in all its
branches and a lively spring trado is antici
pated in staple articles of farm produce.
The river is at a stand and may riso a little
before it again starts on its downward
FLOUR All grades are firm and in
small supply. Low and medium ore in
pood demand but fancy and patent aro
HAY The supply is light at present,
but advices give prospect ofliberal receipts
CORN Tho market is bare. Receipts
ore smnll anu ueaiers experience surae
difficulty iu obtuiuinjj stocks to fill their
OATS We note a fair demand and only
a limited quantity offering. Prices rule
MEAL Wciker. Prices aro unchanged
but tho market is dull.
BUTTER Strictly choico is In active
reque.t at quotations and very scarce.
EGGS Tho market is baro to-dtiy and
tho activo demand has Bent prices up a lit
tlo. CHICKENS Receipts aro liyht and
the demand is active.
POTATOES Quiet and plenty. ,
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The price bore Riven era for tale Trom
flr.f haud In round lota. An advance I
eharimd for broken Intun nillniordur.
tm Varlon irradna, nnordere 5 BoA 50
Kin hbla. Choice 0
MIO.I. iiHtnit . u . 7 50
tiiM) biia xx ?
KM) bbl. tow crade
iM) bbla Virloui graue
s 4oa to
4 can olmlcc t!mothy...av. -
I cure prlmo " ,.,..,.,,.,,
I oar. cliiiloe red top, MHM.t . . , ,
i can choice mixed
1 car. Kill due timothy.......... .....,...
i car. coiutnou inlxuil.,..v .........,,
tear mixed, in bulk on track .
4cin i holco white n bulk. .......
Scar mixed iu ack. del ...
4 car cho'co Iu bulk ou track
Hcur mlxml In bi.lk "
t car mixed iu tuck del...
No. 9 Bnd, pnr bu
No. II Mudliutauoau , .......
snn MiU City round lot.,.- t M
euo bbli City t TO1 00
1 in3i V,i
M I, fft ,
tVW pnuod .trl' lly Chnle. Northern roll.
4.10 DnniiiH Southern Illlnol. roll........
?0 potin'l, good northern roll,
rympo'ina gut tagea p.icnt'd..
4K dO.fn.. mm IS
iMMdozuu .m ...14214
live choice 9 OOQlt 00
5 cnopio'd hen ......MM. ..... ,
5 cmipj mixed
o coop cnulce neu,,..MM....,
ro lib', choice ;
50 bah. Michigan peach blow.
) I) il ah . B arly ltu.e ot d . . . .
50 hhli. common,
30 bbla, choice..,
.7 5,vas 00
H. C. Ilain.,
Clear aide. V1'4
Shoulder - iu
i'4 brjftiel biirlai.
8 bushel '
5 bu.bel " .
Oraugc, choice per bos
Lemon, choico por box
Peacbu,, halve, ind iiaarler.
4 00 14 5D
. ..3 7iJ4 0U
Choice navy ....
Choice medium .
Cream , ,
Calf. Oreon 10
Dry Flint choice IWJii
Dry Salt - . tlt
Sheep I'oltH, dry
Sheep Ptlta, erven 50100
Common Lnga '. $J 75513 00
Oood lUira 3 !it 4 00
owLraf 4 75iii 5 "0
Mudlnm Uaf 5 5Ki6 0 to
Oo-4Loaf. 6 50 8 C
RATK3 OF FRCIOUT.
Mo" phi. Id
v Ur.'nn., n
Mitena, Ark 17U
Popular PhrasesT .
Aeeonnt of th Origin of Current Exprea-
Yellow .Tuck. Anion?; sailors a com
mon iwrsniiilientfoii of tha yellow fever.
Although used ns n proper name, it in
probable, that the original meaning oi
the application was nothing more than
yellow Jhtg, a ling bcing termed a jack
by Kcniiu'ii, nnd yellow neing tho eolol
of that customarily displayed from lnza
rcttiM's or naval hospitals, and from
vessels in quarantine..
Yankee. A term In America for New
Englnndcr.,and applied by foreigners to
all natives of tho United States. Tho
most feasible origin is, that tho Indians,
when speaking; of tho -English settlers,
called them "Yenghees," corrupted af
terwards to "Yankee."
Tho (J ray Maro is tho Better Horse.
This expression first oeeurretl in Hey
wood's Proverbs, 1562, and was subse
quently quoted in Hazlitt's English Pro.
verbs, with Heywood ns authority. Tho
story of tho origin of this familiar saying
is as follows: A young English gentle
man had married a very handsome, kuly
with a large fonne, but she proved to.
be so determined to be tho head of tho
family that lie was anxious to part from
her. 'He accordingly laid tho nvtter
before her father, ollering. if ho would
tako her back, to refund nil tho fortune,
which ho lmd received with her. Tho
old gentleman assured his son-in-law
.that Iris ease was by no means nn unusual
one; but that, in fact, all women did
not only wish to govern their husbands,
btittlmt they actually did so, some by
one moans, and somo by another.
Now," said tho old gentleman, "ia
order that you may bo convinced that
you aro quite as well off ns other men,
iinil so havo nothing to comphin of, I
will mako you this proposition I havo
two horses lu my stable. Yon shall
harness, them to a cart, in which I will
place a basket containing a hundred
egg, and you shall rido through tho
country, making diligent inquiry, nnd
whenever you lind a house In which
tho husband is master, you shall leavo a
horse, and at every hotiso where the
wife governs you shall leave nn egg, If
you tind that you get rid of tho eggs be
fore youdo tho liorses, you shall go
liomo and bo coutout with my daughter;
but if tho horses aro ffono first, I will
ako my daughter hortio, and yon shall ,
keep her fortune." Tho young man- t
out on Ids expedition. At every hoxrsc,1
whore lie inade iiiouirics he found enough '
to convince him that the wife was UiO ,
master", until Ills basket of eggs- was
nearly empty be f oft ho had got rhl of
ltlicr oi tlio Horses. At lengtn, ettriy
one morning, he came to anno mansion.
and asked to eo the master of tho house.
The servant Paid that his master wasj
not yet up, but the lady was In tho par- '.
or, into wuien no wun iiniun.-u. a an
ndy received him courteously, but said
that unless his business was very urgent .
she would prefer not to awaken her
nisband. "lleallyi madanie, .ho said, 1 :
you will think my business a very sin- ,.
ffular one. I hope you will not consider t ,
me impertinent, but I wish to ask n
question which you ean answer as Well
its your husband, and a considerable .
wager depends upon the answer which I"
shall receive. J lie question is lust tms,
Uo you govern your husband, or does
ho govern you?" " It is an odd question,
certainly," replied tho lady, "but no
one, surely, ougnfio nc nsnaimti oi
ig what is rilit. It is tho wife's (
duty to obey her husband, and I aiu
promt to say tliat t aiwnvs ouey mine,
but perhaps you would like to havo his
testimony also. Here ho comes, nnd
. e. m, i I . 1
you enii tisK mm. ' J no nusnnnu oeing
appealed to, promptly coniinned tho
truth of what his wifo had said, where
upon the stranger explained tho object
of his inquiry, and said that it gave him
the utmost pleasure to ask his nevr
friends to select whichever of tho horses
they liked best. Tho husband preferred
tho fine bliiek stallion, while tho wifo
fixed her heart upon tho pretty gray
aiare, nnd an argument arose as to
,vh eh itashould be. An end was put to
this by the wifo saying in a determined
tone: "You say you will not tako her,
but I say you shall, for I am sure that
ihe graii mrtrc is Ihc better horse."
"Well, well," replied the husband J
it must be so, havo your own way, si
vou always do. We'll tako tho mare,"
lie continued, addressing tho visitor,
"No, you don't," was tho reply, "you' 1 ;
have to put up with an egg, as evert
one else to whom I havo put the questiol
has done. As for me, I shall tako my
horses homo, and shall try to live hap
pily with my wife, for she does allow
ni! to have my way now and then."
Stonewall Jackson. It is related thr.t
at tho first battle of liull Hun, July "1,
1801, at a moment when tho day was
apparently lost to the Confederates,
Jackson's brigade mado so firm a stand
that some ono cried out, "Hero is Jack
son standing liko a stone wall." And
thereafter "Stonewall Jackson" became
Ten Penny. Tho word penny, whei
nod to mark tho si.o ot nails, is sup
posed to bo a corrupt ion of pounds; thus,
a four-penny nail was such that 1,W0 ol
them weighed four pounds, a ten-penny
nail such that 1,000 weighed ten pounds.
What Ho Said was Mere Cibberish.
In the eighth century there was a fam
ous professor of occult chemistry whose
naiiio was Geher. Ho held that all met
als, except gold, wero liablo to disease,
and that this in them was cured by gold,
which nlso was a panacea for tho mala
dies of tlio human fcrv.ily. Ho wroto
600 treatises on this subject, so. reamed
and unintelligible that they were ridi
culed as Gubcrish, whence it is conclud
ed came gibberish iu our own vocabul
ary. Tuft Hunters. Formerly, and In most
of tho European colleges, nnd to this
day in tho Universities of Oxford, Cam
bridge and Dublin, each student who
was a nobleman's son wore a distin
guishing' tuft or tassel on the square cap1
which collegians wear whilo at college.
Hence, persons who fawned upon these
scions of aristocracy obtained tho very
intelligible title of "tuft hunters."
Mind Your p's and q's. This cxprcr.
sion conios from tiio printing olllce;
where the fimiliarity in form of tho
"lower case," or sma'll "p" and "q" in
a font of Roman letter is always perplex
ing to the typographical novice, espe
cially in "distributing" or "throwing
into caso" a mixed heap of type techni
cally known as "pi." It is erroneously
supposed by somo that tho expression
caino from the score chalked 'down in
public houses of P's and Q's (meaning
pints and quarts) not paid for by bibu
lous customers. r
- Nihilist. Ono who believes In Nihil
ism, which, according to Webster, Is tho
doetrino that nothing can bo known.- It
is skepticism enrriedto the denial of all
knowledge and all reality. It is probably
applied to tho Russian Communist io agi
tators because they advocate the princi
ple of doing away with all government;
and the iufereueu is that if this wero
carried out, Russia, as a nation, would
cease to exist. "
Topsy-turvy. When things are In disu
order tnev are often said to bo "topsy
turvy," This expression Is derived from ..
tho way in which turf used for fuel is
placed to dry, the turf being placed
downward; and tho expression then
means top side, turf-way. ,
Cockney Tho term was originally .
applied to a resident of London., In, ( ,
1517 Henry VIII. mado an order ia ref
erence to the feast to the King of tho
cockneys, held ou t'hlldonniks JL)aysVrho
term "cockney school" was also applied i
to a cutcria of 'writers consisting of .
Ha.liU, Keats, Hunt, Shelley, ami somo .
others, In popular slang tho word wn'k-,
ley". Is used to designate a d,andy if tho .
iuwer classes of society,
, . As Mad as a Hatter. In the old time, ;
when felt hats were madobyhahd. lt
was the custom to 'beat up the felt, w ith ,
two sticks, ono held hi each hand.,; Dip
ping the muss of wool and hair, from
which his fabric was to bo formed fre
quently Into hot water, tho hattor was,
then want ta lly ?.t it ns if In a pnsslon,
and ftivo it a violent beating, till It was
matted together into the felt, which in
time tiftor numerous conlblngs, dress
ings and shearings, became the btylish ''
beaver worn by tho men of lifty years
ago. The hatter seemed. to bo very an- ;,
gry nt this objeet of his labor, and
"nuul as a hatter" needed no enphimn
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