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' Dyspcpiia Is BAD.
BAD in its effects on the dispose
Hon. The man who can't com
fortable digest his dinner is nof
a delightful companion.
BAD in its effects on the house .
hold. It sets people at variance .
with each other and makes them
irregular and unreasonable. ,
BAD in its effects on the purse.
A dyspeptic business man can't
manage his affairs as prosper
ously as one with a healthy -stomach.
Brown's lronBitters is GOOD.
GOOD in its effects on the dys
peptic, It gives him a sound di
gestion ana enables him to enjoy
the food he swallows.
GOOD in its effects on the family.
It drives dyspepsia out, and with
. it the whole company of little de
mons that make nome unhappy.
GOOD in its effects on business.
With a sound digestion a man
can face and overcome worries
and troubles which would wreck
Try Brown's Iron Bitters. 4
PDLLS i:TORPID BOWELS, .
Sim's1??; f toe human raoe. Tbeae
aymptoma Indicate Uieir existence : at
Appetite, Bowel, costive, Hick Head
ebe, nuineaa alter esUlaer, aversion to
eterUoei of body er mind, EntcUtloa
f food, Irritability of temper, Low
""d"'r. teleM, Fluttering at the
Heart, DoU before tbe ares, hlarhlr eol
T.dlrl.e, COlKRTIPiTIOH, a!nd Ida
mand the use of rprnody that acta dlrectly
on the Uver. As a Liver medicine TCTT'fc
riLU hare no equal. Their action on tee
JUdneyi and Skin la alio prompt ; reroovins;
ail Impurities through theae three " kit'
ngor of tba system," producing appe
"f .aonnd digoation, reirolar stools, a clear
kin and a vigorous body. TCTT PILLS
eauee no n&uaea or griping nor Interior
with dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
BE FEELS LIKE A SEW HAH.
-I hare had Dyspepsia, with Constiptv
Hon.two yeara,and bare tried ten different
kinda of pUla, and TCTT'S are tba first
that hare done me any good. They hare
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite la
jplendld, food digests readily, and I now
bare natural pasnafrea. I feel like a new
ma." W. b. EDWARDS, Palmyra, 0,
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
G&AT Hath os WmsKESs changed In
tanUy to a Glosst Black by a single ar
pltcation of tbla DTK. gold by Drwgltu.
or tent by express oureoelpt of fl.
Office, U Murray Street, New York
TITTS MANf AlOF USfFIL RECEIPTS FRH.
TO PBESRJttYE THE HEALTH
Csa Uia Magneton Appliance Co.'s
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are prlce'es. to luiu, etvTLiM.a and
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iabt DimruLTira, colds, bhumt:sx. ira4L
aia, tbeoat tkocblis, du"HTbsbu, ca'aMji. aid
alX KIHDBSD DIBlASS-t. Will wtia say service
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Labor, study aud rceeerch In America, Europe and
astern lands, have resulted in the Magnetic Lnag
rrotector, afftrding care for Catarrh, a remedy;
which Contain. No Uftcwua or tbs Ststim, and
with the continuous stream of Manatiam per
aaeailng through the afflicted organs, must bi
wtobb thibtoa bbaltht or oh. Wspliciicb
raica for toil App ianco at less than one-twentieth
f tbe price asked by others for remedies upon
which yon. tike all the chances, and wa aaricuir
IT ibttts tha patronage of tbe shut raitsoiis who
hare tried DBueeui tubus stomachs wirHoirr Br-
HOW TO OBTAIN oT0hl
gist and ak for them. - If they have not got them,
write to tbe proprietors, enclosing the price la let
Ur.at our risk, and they ibalt be teat to you at
aaee by mail, postpaid.
Send .tamp for tbe "New Departure In M .(Il
eal Treatment wrraocT kioioui," wt.h thot
aands of testimonial .
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
SIS State Street, Cbletgo, 111.
Hots 8sad one dollar In po.taga .tamp, or
eanvooy(lo letter at our ruk) with alia of shoe
anally wont, at d try a pair of oar Magnetic In
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where titer are wurn, or money refunded. 10&-ly
M I l l l v J w "I T l l I I v
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arKentrallzei germs of disease and sickness,
porea ngly blotches and itabborn blood lores.
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Slbnlnatet Bolls, Carbuncles and Scaldi.'TO
JjayPermanontly and promptly cares partly sit.
fee, It It a charming and healthful Aperient
Kills Scrofula and Elngt Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing ctnte.
arEonts bUionsneaa and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxattva.1
li drlTeaSick Headache like the wlnd.-S
rVContalnt no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cues Rheumatism by tooting lt.-fft
Bestoree llfelvlng properties to the blood.ta
la guaranteed to cure all nervous disordara.net
f-Bettable when all opiatea fsil.-M
Eefreshet the mind and lnrlgontes tbe body.
Carea dyspepsia or money refunded.?
rarEndorsed in writing by over fifty thousand
Leading physicians in u. r. ana Europe.-
Leading clergymen in U. 8. and Europe."
flaaases or the blood own It a conqueror. - ; i '
ot aale by all leading druggists, tl.80.-tt
Tor teatlmonlals and circulars send stamp.
I lit Dr. S. I. Rlchmcnd Kii Co., Prcpr ;
fat. ToapH. e. flf)
) Statu A Monroe Sit., Chicago.
will ml pmM v " tnanm mr
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lof IwUuitnMi Hut, Caps Ma.
t tunito. Pram HJ-S 81, ana
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orriCE: SO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OmCUl PAPKU UP ALSX4.MOXB (JUUMTT.
SNTKHKU T TU CAIHO POHTOPriOB FOB
rBAJiSMieeiON TUEOCOBTBK MAIL! AT
On Monday Jamei A.. King, of Cob
den, Union county,,, wu atr&iifued in tbe
United 8tatei circuit court, at Springfield,
charged with violating tbe internal revenue
Itw by tellin(? liquor at retail without pay.
Uk the special tax., He entered a pies of
guilty, sod wu flued tlOO and coats.
A fsmily came to this city yesterday
from liouitville so 1 took up their residence
in Mrs. Courtway's house on Tenth street
near Wsluut. They are ten in number,
husband, wifs snd eight children of all
sires. They are English people, bavin?
but recently coma from tbe old country and
they are much in need of aid. One of the
little children is very tick snd they have
not even the meant to procure the neces
saries of lite, much le.-e medical aid for tbe
little one. Tbe husband is said to be an edu
cated gentleman, thoroughly posted in 'he
dry goods business snd s good book-keeper;
but as strsnger smong strangers these
qualities do not enable him to supply the
immediate wants of his family. - The chari
table people of tbe city will find this s
cue worthy of their piompt attention.
The impression that prtviilt among
some, that a special election must be held
in this sanatorial district to fill the vactocy
in the general asaemblv of the state caused
bythedesth of Hon. Sidney Grear, it er
roneous. Members are elected for two
years, it it true, snd only one has expired of
Mr. Qreir't term, but there is but one ses
sion of the ssetubly and, practically, sn
stteinbly man's term expires with the ad
journment of tbe meeting ot the legislature
which he attends, unless a special session is
called afterwards before the expiration of
the two years. It is not probable that a
special session of the Thirty-third general
assembly will be cilled, hen:e the vacancy
need not be filled until next November
when Mr. Linear's term also expires and
when the Thirty-fourth general assembly
it to be chosen by the people, to meet in
January 1885. '
The committee on police, jail and fire
department has engaged Mr. Charles Fare
with the Arsb's steamer to fill the public
citterns that may need filling. An exami
nation of the cisterns Wednesday, on lower
Commercisl svenue, revealed the fact that
there were about five feet of water in the
one at Sixth street, measuring in the centre
of the bottom. This cistern is thirty-five
feet io diameter, arched at top and bottom.
and from two to five feet of water covering
this bottom is by no means a small quan
tity, Furthermore, it ii the opinion of
those who examined it Wedoeedsy, Mr.
Quinn and Alderman Mcllale, that tbe
sides oi the oistern are in good condition snd
that only the arched top is damaged. The
conclusion will be tested by filling the cis
tern with water to point where tbe arch
begins and wstching it. Tbe Ninth street
cistern is believed to be damaged on the
sides snd will be repsired before being
Last night sgain a disturbance was
created on lower Commercial svenue by a
number of railroad men, the same who have
figured in the former disturbances there, led
on by young Milan snd Gavin, who were
but recently fined for similar offenses.
These young fellows seem to be encouraged
in their spirit of disorder by the leniency
shown therd in their former scrapes, and one
or the other of tbem has for the last three
nights in succession permitted bis con
tempt for the law and its representatives to
manifest itself In public disorder, which
was only prevented from breaking forth
either by the timely appearance of officers
or by the efforts of the keepers of business
homes id the vicinity. It is believed that
they have a hidden, evil purpose in creat
ing A disturbance in the neighborhood of
Sixth street and the way to thwart them in
its execution suggests itself to the minds of
our intelligent and generally vigilant of
ficers. I '
Some one asked Gen. Ben, Harrison
how Indiana would go next year, and be
replied : "Republican, I hope; but it it
doubtful yet,' It will take seTeral years for
our scheme fo work . Bsing aaked whst
"scheme," be continued. "One that will
make Indiana as tafo at Vermont if every
Republican does his duty. The boys are
doing pretty Well already, though. Have
you seen this?'' and he handed over tUe fol
lowing itma from the Indiauapolis Jour
nal : "Mora (ban 37,000 new babies have
appeared in Indiana during the past year,
and over 80.000 of the nutu'ter have Repub
lican fathers.' But Indima boys must be
made of differed stuff than Cairo and
Southern Illinois boys are composed of, if
the genertl's calculation is to prove correct.
During the lst few elections in this vicin
ity, the uoapiraity with which the boys and
young men shouted sod voted and march
ed with the Democratic ranks, without any
regard, and in very many cases contrary to,
tha opinion of "the governor" at home, was
a matter for surprise among the older heads
of both parties and caused local Republican
Readers to make especial efforts to counter
act theaa Democratic inclinations among
their boys" by close canvasses and organi
sations. Tba experience of Republican
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY. MORNING, DECEMBER 21,
leaden here Is, that something more than
Republican parentage is necessary to insure
Republican party fidelity smong the boys.
The young Democrats are growing to be
the most formidable apart of the Democrat
ic party in many parts of the country, and
they are generally flrinjo their convictions
and energetic workers..
Of the establishment in which Mr.
Joseph Steagala has became the dominant
spirit at Hot Springs, the Daily News of
tbst city says in a iccaut issue, under the
head of "Tbe Monarch Saloon," "this ex
tensive, magnificent and popular establish
ment, owned by Mr. James K. Lane, is now
undergoing grest improvements, changes
and thoiougb repairs. Tbe heretofore csp
scious billiard salooo has been extended
through the entire main building, making
it tbe most extensivo, convenient snd plsa
tsnt of the kind this side of 8t. Louis, a new
refreshment stand erected, and a solid iron
kitchen built op in tbe rear for the purpose
of furnishing itt patrons with warm or cold
meats, hot coffee, etc., at any hour, day or
night. Electric lights bsve been put inside
and in front, a new sidewalk built from
Exchange street to Central avenue. Tbe
front is already being attired in its holidsy
dress by two tiers of thrifty growing cedsrs,
and everything about it is being placed in
"apple-pie" order, and will most likely be
ready for a grand opening next Saturday
night. Mr. Lane has associated with him
a former partner of thirteen years sgo in
Cairo, Mr. Jos. Steagla, who left last even
ing for St. Louis to purchase tbe crockery,
silverware, and other, necessities, which
when received will make "The Monarch"
the peer of anything in th9 west."
About 7 :30 o'clock last night a loud
cry of d is treat wu beard in the neighbor
hood of Fourth street sod Commercial av
enue, followed by cries of "catch them,"
"stop them," "tbey stole my watch." Officers
Mahanny and Bougbner and City Jailor
Caine heard the cries and hurried to tbe res
cue. The author of the cries,' wiping the
blood from his mouth, pointed out two men,
tall, vicious looking fellows, who were
leisurely walking up the avenue as his as
eulters. Officer Mahanny, who wat first on
the scene, followed and, comiug up with
tbem, commanded them to stop; but they
looked at him without saying a word and
walked on. It was not till tbe officer
thrust his pistol in the face of one of
them and threatened to shoot unless they
halted that they obeyed and permitted
themselves to be shoved into tbe saloon of
Mr. P. Mockler, which they happened to be
passing. Here the officers searched them,
but found nothing suspicious and took
tbem up tbe avenue toward jail. While
pasting the Arab engine house, Jailor
Caine saw one of the prisoners drop some
thing, spparently from hit sleeve, and found
it to be a silver watch snd chain, which tbe
victim claimed as his own. Tbe prisoners
were jailed for examination to-day. Their
victim's name is Jno. T. Durham, conduc
tor on tbe Cape Girardeau & Southern rail
road, and a small man physically. He says
that the men met bim where the atsau't
occurred and while one struck him a blow
in the face, the other snatched his wstcb.
H. D. Msson, Esq., of the N. Y. Hotel
Stables, New York, states that St. Jacobs
Oil is tbe bent pain-cure for man snd I
Cairo, III., Dec. 20tb, 1883.
To Whom it Mat Cokcebs :
The near approach of tbe holidays bat
impinged npon our minds tbe sad fact that
the wonted plethora, characterizing our
pocket-books in past years, no longer ob
tains ; and, in consequence, we sre obliged
to publicly state that we bestow no gifts of
old clothing or bank checks, upon our
numerous and loving relatives. We sincere
ly trust that our resolve will not entail up
on us the enmity of our dear kinsfolk, si
wa positively assure them that our affection,
though lacking the earnest ot a gift, has in
no wise diminished.
(Argus, please copy.)
W. F. uABBDta. river editor o( raaRm ,.,
and ateamboat passenger agent. Orders for sll
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bowor'a SoroBean Hotel. No. 7t Obio levee.
STASIS OFTHI BITKJt.
Tut river marked by the gauge at this
port st 6 p. oi. U feet 0 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Dec. 20. River 8 fstl 10
inchet and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 80. River 11 feet 4 in
ches snd falling.
Louisville, Dec. 30. R.ver fl feet 3
inches and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 20. River 10 feel 7 in
ch and riling.
PitUburg, Dec. 20. River 8 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
Bt. Louis, Dec. 20. Rivtr 7 feat 4 ia
hee sod falling.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
got off for Vicksburg ' Isst evening with a
good trip. The City oi St. Louis of the
Anchor Line tor Hew Orleans also departed
last evening with a moderate trip on ac
count of tba low stage of water 1 in tbe
The Emma Etheridga has orders to ge
to St. Louis from here on her arrival, not
withstanding, there ia heavy ice running in
tbe Mississippi. Bud Bmsdly is one of ber
pilots and knows how to dodge obstructions
as well as any man who stood at the helm.
Billy Pell, one of tha pilots of tbe Mis
sissippi Vsllsy line, is io the city looking
as fat ass berksbire hog.
Lein Hill, "knight of quill" on board
Str. Henry A. Tvler. is in the citv on fur
lough snd is in a quandary whether to
spend Christmas with bis sweetheart or his
relatives er take a trip to Iowa to spend
The Betle Memphis from Vicksburg ar
rived here yesterday morning after dis
charging ber cargo. She went to the bank
to wait the results of the ice.
The Belle of Shreveport arrived here
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock. She had
about 1,000 tons, received quite a number
of passengers snd about 230 tons of freight,
left for New Orleans this morning with
sufficient engsgement ahead to fill ber
The Hudson has gone into winter quar
ters att8t. Louis.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
pasoed up for Cincinnati last night. She
had a good trip.
The R. R. Springer from New-Otloaii
ill report here to-morrow morning for
Tbe Cons Millar is due np from Memphis
this morning for Cincinnati.
The Ella Kimbrough left here yesterday
morning after 3,000, sacks of corn of whi h
she will bring out to-day.
The weather moderated several degrcet
yesterday and the proipect for a freeze up
in the Ohio ia not as bright as it was two
or three days ago.
Slavery in Eng'and.
The pleasing notion that there U no
such thing as blavery in England, re
marks the London 1'rvUi, is rather rude
ly shaken by au extraordinary story
which waa told tlio other day in the
Croydan Police Court. A lodpinjjliou.se
keeper applied for a summons against
one of the lodgers for systematically
ill-treating a little negro boy, whose
screams she had often heard through
the door. The boy had been purchased
in Africa as a servant, ami when the
lady remonstrated with her lodger for
his cruelty, he replied: "Oh! he is ouly
a colored child; and, besides, he be
longs to my brother." The landlady's
interference seems to have been visited
on the little boy, who had his wrists
tied together, and was hung up to a
hook ou the wall of the room.
An immense drrsaed-rnent depot is to
be erected in Pittsbnri this winter. It
will be a stock cfiii'c.tti vi,h a capital
of li'OO.OW. The idea ut the promoters
is to crow d out all the city butchers and
dealers. The plan is lo rent ami lit up
buti her's shops in various parts of the
city, probably 150 or 2'X) of them, and
till them with Western-slaughtered bet l
brought there in refrigerator cars. The
company will hold the owuei'sJiij) of
these new shops, but will let them out
to responsible parties, w ho must take
their meat from the proprietor.
Our Charming Country women
are winning an enviable distinction for their
fine teeth. This, tbey in great measure owe
to tbe beautifying and restorative influence
ot SOZODONT, tbe most popular prepara
tion for the teeth on this continent. If re
' moves from the dental surface every impur
J ity, checks decay and enables tbe teeth to
masticate without contaminating tbe food,
thus indirectly contributing to healthful
nutrition. It effectually neutralizes an un
pleasanf odor of the breatb.
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Alien's
Brain Food will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all tbe muscles of
Brain snd Body. II; 6 for 5. At drug
gists. Woman's True friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when, one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaiuts and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
bealth, even when all other remedies fail.
A single trial always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Uros.(2)
lacKien'8 Arnica salve
Tho BeHt Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Texea Clerg-yman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest bis audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at B'tclay Bros'
drug store. (2)
None Bat yirst Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shcblkt & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot fine goods, snd if you need
anything in Watches, in duet and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shnrley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. The) are
vouched for and . endorsed by the United
States Express Co.. American expreis Ce
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, PoeU
master of Chicago; Gen'l A. C. Smith,, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others.. , Goods
tent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Bhorley & Co;, 77 Stat
Street, Chicago, 111. Sswd foTMim hew
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Highest Market Prices Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
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Winter comva v 1th rouvha and ealria. aril Ran.
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r.O. Box UH7. 18 ecy St., New Tnrk
( GuHE FITS!
When I eajr ears I do not maae merely to atop them
w a time and then have them return vain. 1 mean a
for a time and then have them return erain
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at Infallible remedy. Give Kiprees and Poetotfioe. It '
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TO P a. BENTS ASD OTHERS THE OKPHaBV
We have had a ere at !ra:wvement In the health
of our children by the nauof S-vlft'a opicifl .. Wa
bad among tbe children some who had scrofula
notably one case in which it waa
We got some of Swirt's Hpeclflo aud gsve It to tbla
case, and In a short while It w as cured sound and
well. It was as had a case, I think, as 1 ever saw,
and had been under excellent pbyalcians with ao
permanent bestflt. We have neen giving It to all
Ihe cb'ldren at a hea'th tonic. Wa have finir chil
dren and one seamstress nho. for years, have saf
fared tntenelv every spritiif w;th erysipelas, and
though they bad been taking Swift's Specific only
In sm-ll doses as a health tonic, they all.withoat
eicentlon, passed tbrongh this spring without
touch of the complaint.
A young lady of tbe Institution, who has been
with us for years, hat been troubled with a moat
st'cravated ra-b ever since she was a child. Hha
tried all the knowu remedies that are prescribed
ur ii wuu no oRueni; nut sne nas oeen cured Dy
taking Swift's Specific, aud has had no return of
It It such an excellent tonic. d keepa the blood
so pare, tbst :he s stem is lesa liable to contract
disease. All of the teachers and children who are
old enough to know agree with me In believing it
la the greatest medicine known. Mv faith in it la
nnbounded, and I snd my assistants take grest
Pleasure In recommending It to every ene. lean
si sll times be found at the Home, snd will take
pleasure in seeing or corresponding with toy wo
it tn'erested lu the remedy.
Mev. L. B. PAINE, Orphans' Home,
Oor treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free t ) eppllcante. TUE s WIFT SPECIFIC (JO.,
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A vsjrulsr Ornlimie of two medical
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Hlood Dtsertse than aiiv otlierplivsleian in
St. Lout., as eltv m..'ii -liv anil afl old reil.
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SUEQICaL CASES receive special attention.
Ditemt arising from Imrrudenoet, Eioeaataj
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It Is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to a claa of cases attaint
great skill, and physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, frequently
recommend cases to the oldest r.itlce In America,
where every known appliance la resorted to.
1 slid the proved good reinediai of all
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sount of the (treat uuwler applying, the
charges are kept low, often lower than la
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