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For the Cure of Coughs, (Jolds
Hoarseness, l!ron hitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re-l
liefof consumptive persons in advan
ced stapes of the Disease. lorSale
by all Druggists. Price, 25
Who lvant ;lo-sy, luxuriant
and wavy tressosofalmnilaut,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATHAIKOX. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling,
out, arrests and cures jjray
iicss. removes dandruff an'd
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Heau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathah on.
THE CURE CURE
AND CLCOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS EK20HSE IT HEARTILY,
"Kidac-y-V. ort la lho most succetiitful remedy
I ITuil." L'r. P. C. fcaliou, Koaktoa, Vt.
"Kidnoy-V."ort Is always it liable."
Dr. E. K. Clark, Bo. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney. Wert hu curd rny ife after two yean
ullonuc." Dr. C. 12. BiunacrUn, Sun IIill, Ga.
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
it hai cured wbrr oil el- h.vl failed. It i mild,
butefflel'nt, ttKl.VI.N IS IIS ACTION, but
han'.p ia all wen.
tell Mcn the Klniiil and atM-njthm ard
rlet Sew l.li'e xo a:i Lho important organs of
tho body. 1 lie L.-uunU atilon cf tho Kidney la
roatorcd. Tuo tavcrr la cleansed of alldlsra,
and the Bowela novo freely and healthfully,
la uli way ths worst diaeabc arc eradicated
from tho ijtc.ii. g
pain, ti oo uqns ob ort, solo bt bkxgcists.
Dry can bo sent by mail.
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Thoy who worlc early and late the year ronnd
ood, occdstonnllY. the henlthml pUiiiuiup, hi
alrod by a wholesome tonic like nop'otter
stomach lllttorn. T.) nil, Ite imrlty and efllclency
a. m vamurlv mil nrvinti vn fit flifU'ima ftnmniL'tlU it.
It checks Inclplunt rheumatism nnd malarial
vniptomK, relieve crnMlpatinn, rtypcpi and
Kill, timim.. nrrnata tirittnilttlrn (ll'mv of the IHlV'l-
cM em ralca, mltliffttea the luflrmttles of age and
naMtina eo rVaiuncencc.
for aale by all druggists and dealers generally.
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY M0RN1N(J FEBRUARY 23, 1884.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Wl.ilu the Cinclnuati Coiumeicial G z-
otto is rnvin aliout alltuJ southern
ou'ragrs on tho negroes, a crime ia com-
tnittcil at its very door wliicli, in del berate
diabolism, exceeds any ever ctinreii to tho
rruddoit Kuklux. A few ni'Mit a'o a
cool contract x m madu y which an aged
colored mun, his wife nnd his granddaugh
ter wcth killed in the tuburha of Cincinnati,
their cabin burned and their bodice sold to
the Ohio Medical college of that city. This
is a siilu of neyruca rather more horrible
than the old ehvo trade. The r have been
crimes a-'aintt the blacks in the Eouth, tut
it remains for the thrifty north to bargain
fur the murder and the delivery of the
bodit s of neyrces for the sake of the few
dollars which they will bring at the (lis-
sectiu table. Jackson County Era and
Cut bondale Free Press please tako notice.
There is to be no flht between the
two Republican central committees selected
by tho county H publican convention of
Alexander county two years aia. It will
be mn' nibiTed that the Thomas and anti-
Thomas factious of the party split in the
county convention at the court house, and
that each effected a county organizition
independent of the other, appointing two
sets of delegated to the con-
jressinnal convention and electing
two county central , committees.
Mr. C. N. fluliis was subsequently elect
ed chuirman of the anti-Thomas committee
and Mr. II. II. Cun lee chairman uf the
other. Now that tho bitternesses excited by
the campaign have had time to evaporate,
a tacit union of the factious has been
effected; the Thomas committee is not dis
posed to dispute with the other for the
cammand of the forces in the county; it
does not intend to mtke any effort to grasp
the party reigns of which it wasss outrage
ously robbed, in the state convention
through the perfidy of the Pretender Kuy-
ken tail and in the congressional conven
tiou through the parliamentary (?) trickery
of the chairman. It is well. Let it be so.
If the good Republicans of this citv can
chew the cud without a grimace of disgust,
why shouldn't we, who are of the opposite
political fair I: an 1 only interested to see
right prevail and wrong trodden under foot
The Great Slieep Kaiser.
Mr. Alfred Hay, ot Bo.iuunoomma, Aus
tralia, siys that a few applications ot St.
Ju;obs Oil, the great p-iiu-reliever, cuted
him of ptiniul neuralgia.
rill: OHIO MVEK FLOOD-TIIE HEC
All piev'.ous fl 10 i records have been pats
1 at C'inci.inati, tho figures bein TO feet
i inches, Thursday, Feb. U. The follow
are the highest stages attained by the
O'no river at Cincinnati during this cen
Year. Date. ft. in.
IMS-February 18 " U 3
1847 December 17 03 7
1858-June 10 43 10
1M9-Febrnry 23 55 5
lboO-AprillC 4'J 2
1S01-April 19 49 5
1-C2-Jnutrv 24 57 4
18;3-Mirch 12.... 42 9
1804 December 23 43 1
listiS-March 7 56 3
18G0-Septcmber 20.. 42 6
1867 -March 14 55 8
18S-March 30 48 3
ISiSO April 2 48 9
IhTO-JihUiry 19 53 3
1871-Mivl3 40 0
172 -April 13 .' 41 9
1S73 December 18 44 5
1874-January 11 47 11
1&73 August 6 55 4
1870-Januiry VJ 51 9
1877- January 20 53 9
1878- Dectmber 15 41 4
1 879 - Dec ruber 27 43 9
1880- Pebruary 17 53 2
1881- February 16 50 1
1882- Fe'Tuary 21 58 7
1883- Fcbruary 13 60 4
Tlio Origin of Ios(iiitoes.
The Indians have a very satisfactory
account of the origin of the Montezuma
mosquitoes. The legend runs thus
lhero were in t:mes of old, mauy
moons airo. two lnire feathered mon-
s'ers permitted bv the Manitou to de
scend from the skv and alight on tho
banks of the Seneca river. Their form
was exaetiy that of the mosquito. They
were so large that they Hew toward tho
earth. Standing one on either bank
they guarded the river, and stretching
their long necks into the canoes of tho
Indians as they attempted to paddlo
along the stream, gobbled them up as
the stork king in the fable gobbled up
tho frogs. Tho destruction of life was
so great that not nn Indian could pass
without being devoured in tho attempt.
It was long before tho monsters could
bo exterminated, and then only by tho
combined efforts of all tho warriors of
tho Cayuga and Onondaga nations.
Tho battle was terrible, hut tho war
riors litially triumphed, and tho mam
moth mosquitoes were slain nnd left
unljuried. For this neglect tho Indians
hail to pay dearly. The carcasses de
composed, and the particles, vivilied by
the sun, uVw off in clouds of mosquit
oes, which have filled the country every
Most Have Some More.
There is no indecision shout the action
of Athlophoros in Rheumatism and Neural
gia. It is direct, speedy, efficacious, sajo.
Patients are encouraged from tho begin
ning of treatment Rev. Samuel Porter,
Crete, Will Co., writes to say: "A few
weeks ago, and bofore Mrs. Porter com
menced to take Athlophoros, she could not
walk a font. This morning she walked
four rods without htlp. It is a most val
uable medicine and we must have somo
more of it."
Oil I l lilns in I'nlantl.
Tiio tin pnil as an nrticlo of kitchen
mid pantry furniture is quito unknown
in England. It is Been only tit oil and
paint shops, nnd never with n coviT.
Coal with tho English is always
"coals." What wo term tho "gaiter"
they call tho boot. What wo call boots
they call "Wellingtons." A barber
shop is ono thing in London, a hair
cutting saloon is another and separate
establishment Tim averngo English
shave is a brutal iierforiu inco as com
pared with the American. Tho patient
must nriso from tho straight-backed
hair, wash his own face and brush his
own linir. London newsbojs uo not
cry their papers printed placards
placed on tho walk notify the public,
uml tlio tov Htatkls v ins siock m
trado and seems to ponder over it.
Their "livery stable signs reaa
'Cars ou Hire; buggies are unknown.
So is a general assortment of dry
gooih and groceries in ono shop, lho
habor-daiher " keeps puis, necuies,
stays, taps and all other uiinutiiB nec
essary for the lady's outtit Tho
woolen draper, cloths. Tho green-
irrocer never goes beyond vegetables,
save to ileal oecaMonally in coals. Tho
exceptions to this rule are with tho
cooperative stores, which deal in
everything. In tho sale ot cooKea
food, there aro shops confining them
selves to hams, corned beef nud a few
vegetables, served hot at noon, and to
be boii 'ht from two-nennv worth up
ward. There are small shops, making
a specialty of eel and kidney pies; some
of pea and beef soups, and others cook
nothing but fried lish. "Lrasn,' our
name for coarse toweling, is an un
known term at least in London. Pro
grammes must be bought of the theater
ushers. Molasses is called "treacle,"
and sold by the pound. A pie is either
a "tart" or a "turnover."
The English street car is a "tram,"
and tho road a "tramway. A pitcher
is a "iii''," and rlases are "tumblers."
And when you call at the bar for beer
they understand that vou want porter.
Breakfast in many families is not a set
meal, but a morning lunch, to be eaten
whenever you are r-:ady. Business,
election, nud militia notices are posted
on church doors, and in some places
the amount of last Sunday's collection,
in pounds, shillings, pence and farth-
The lo of Salt.
We have received from a corres'
pondent a letter making some inquiries
into the uso of salt, and we are given
to understand that among Mher follies
of tho day some indiscreet persons are
objecting to the use of salt, and pro
pose to do without it JNothing eouiu do
more absurd. Common salt is the most
widely distributed substance in the
bod v;" it exists in every llnid and in ev
ery solid; and not only is everywnero
present, but iu almost every part it
constitutes the largest portion of the
a-di when any tissuo is burnt, lu par
tieular it is a constant cons' ituent of
the blood, and it maintains in it a pro
portion that is almost wholly independ
ent of the ouantitv that is eon-umed
with the food. The blood will tako up
so much and no more, however much
we may take with our food;, aud. on
the other hand, if none be uiven, tho
blood parts with its natural quantity
slowly and unwul.nglv. Lnder ordi
narv circumstances a healthy man loses
daily about twelve grains by one chan
nel or the other, and, if he is to main
tain his health, that miantity is to bo
introduced. Common salt is of im
mense importance iu the processes min
istering to the nutrition of tho body,
for not only is it the chief salt in the
gastric juice, nnd essential for the
Formation of bile, and may hence bo
reasonably regarded a3 of high value
in digestion, but it is an important
agent in promoting tho processes of
dTffusion, and therefore of absorption.
Direct experiment has shown that it
promotes the decomposition of the al
bumen in the body, acting probably by
increasing the activity of transmission
of fluids from cell to cell. Nothing
can demonstrate its value better than
the fact that if albumen without salt is
introduced into the intestines of an an
imal, no portion of it is absorbed, while
it all quickly disappears if salt be add
ed. If any further evidence wero re
quired it could be found in the power
ful instinct which impels animals to ob
tain salt. Buffaloes will travel for miles
to reach a "salt lick"; nnd tho value of
salt in improving the nutrition and tho
aspect of horses and cattlo is well
known to every farmer.
The conclusion, therefore, is obvi
ous that salt, being wholesome, and,
indeed, necessary, should bo taken in
moderate quantities, and that absten
tion from it is likely to bo injurious.
She lYns His Long-Lost Dung-liter.
As Mr. Dewitt C. Pease, of New
York, stepped from a Michigan Cen
tral train in Chicago, Sunday, a hand
some young lady skipped to him, threw
her arms rapturously about his neck,
and ki.-sed him many times, saying:
"Oh, papa! I'm so glad you "hae
come.' Mr. Pease threw both arms
around her and held her lirmly to his
breast. Soon she looked up into his
face, and horror stood in her eye. "O,
my! you're not my papa," sho said,
trying to free herself from his embrace.
"Yes', I am," insisted Mr. Pease, hold
ing her lightly; "you are my long-lost
daughUr, and I am going to keep you
right in my arms till I get a police
man." When the ollicer came and
found Mr. Pease's diamond pin in the
girl's hand, he said: "That's a new
trick here." "Is it!" said Mr. Feaso;
"well, it's several weeks old in New
York. ' ' L'fticayo News.
The Subtle I-'luitl.
An electric lighting polo opposite- tho
Dimo Savings Bank was too strong a
temptation for a lot of boys. They
climbed it aud straddled tho cross
pieces. Suddenly the current was
turned ou, there was a yell, a sudden
letting go, a fall of a lot of boys on tho
heads of tho people below, ami then six
boys stood shaking as with tho palsy.
"Gosh!" said one, "what was that if"
looking up astonished at tho placo ho
fell from. "Litcniu!" replied anoth
er. "Wo mighter bin kilt." "Glory!"
exclaimed another, "wasn't it orful!"
They then took to their legs and for
got all about tho lire. Loslon Courier.
Kbetn'ZiT, (i t. , is a dead town. It
was settled in 17 )1 bv immigrants who
followed (Mi'tliorpe's arrival a year
lefoi'e. I:i TM mul'ieny trees were
p. lulled, and lho inhabitants- followed
silk-vaiaing with Mime Miei ess so long
as Ebeiu-zer remained inhabited. At
the thn.j of tin U -volution Jv.euezur
was a tlour'shing village, but was cap
tured and oi tiio.e ! bv th.t British after
tho fi.'-li .-ion of S.,viiii;iah. This
nta'k- l li e i e .hn'iig of I'.Ler.ezer's
deiiiv, nud in 1ST) the village was
pr.-ietii-a ly ahan 1. le d, lho lauds in tho
cnii'v having iii'coiui! worn out. lhero
IS titllli ill;
now to be .seen but deserted
A Ba!;imore p.-mt-r savs that citv
alone pat up th : past season 11,400,
000 cans of n.-aeiies, 'J. OoO.OW cans of
peas, ;ii)'),ij i cans of siriirjr beans, 100,-
0 SO cans of pears, 3,000.000 cans of to
matoes, l.OJii.ooo cans of fruit and oth
Woman'8 True- Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely alllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints 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
Health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single trial alwaj s proves our assertion.
i hey are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
tilty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(2)
A Fair Offer.
The Yoltdic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yonng, aillict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Hard to Believe.
it is hard to believe that a man was
cured of a Kidney disease after his body
was swollen us big as a barrel and he had
been given up ts incurable and lay at
death's door. Yet such a cure was accom
plished by Kidney-Wort in the person of
M. M. Devereaux of Ionia, Mich., who says:
"Atter thirteen of the best doctors in De
troit had given me up, I was cured by
Kidney-Wortr I want every one to know
what a boon it is.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
jxhausted wero he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this bo avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Bv relay Bros'
drug store.. (2)
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strangest tests as to its merits ia
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen-
ative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed; test it. $1; G for $3. At
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are Buffi
ciently powerful for tho most robust, yet
the safest tor children aud weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
Sprains, lameness, pains and stitches,
weak back or disease of the spine will be
immediately relieved on application of
Hop Plaster over the affected part It's
penetrative power is wonderful. Warrant
ed to be the best made.
iST'Quantity and Quality. In the Dia
mond Dyes more coloring is given than in
any known dyes, and they give faster and
more brilliant colors. 10c. at all druggists.
Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Sample Card, 32 colors, and book of direc
tions for 2c. stamp.
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the woild, ranging in prico from
$2.00 to $300 and $4l00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsend, Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The best salve UBod In the world for Cuts, Bruises,
Piles, Sores, tlcora, Suit Khenin, Tetter, Chapped
Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skill
rJrupiionn. Freckles and Pimples. Tho salve is
guaranteed to nlve perfect aw Infliction in every
case. Uu sure you get HENKY'S CAKBOI.lO
SALVK, ns all others are bat Imitations and
counterfeits. Price !i5 cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
la the oldest and best remedy for Dyspepsia,
Biliousness, Malaria. Indigestion, all disorders of
I no stomach and diseases li.dicatine an impure
concitlon of the Blood, Kidneys and Liver.
DUKNO'S CATAKItn SNUFF cure Catarrh
and all alloctlous of the mucous mcmbrauo.
Denton s Balsam cures Cold, CoiiKhs, llhoima
tism, Kidney Troubles, etc. Cu be used exter
nally as a plaster.
rjAX PUKCUASEH'S NOTICE.
To Joseph Geek, Edwin Parsoni, Trustee of the
Cairo Trust Property, and all other whom It
You aro hereby notified that at a sale ol
real estate, made by the collector, John Hodges,
at tho southwest doori.f tho court house, In the
ilty of Cairo, county of Alexander aud etuto of
Illinois, on the first day of duly, A. D. 188-i, 0. N.
Hughes purchased the following described real
cat .to situated In said comity fur the taxes, spec nl
assessments, penalties nnd cost, due and unpaid
thercou for the year A. I). 1881, to-wlt: Lot ton-ty-seven
(iff) and lot twenty eight (is). In block
forty-four (4-1), In the city of Cairo, county of Al
exander and state nt Illinois, and that said C. N.
Hughos received Rertlllcatas nf purchase for the
samo, which were, on the 11th day of February.
A. D. 1884, assigned to Frcdolin Bros; said land
being raxed in the name of Maria Geek, and that
the time allowed bv law for the redemption of said
real est a to will expire on tho first day of July,
A. D 1881, at hkh time I will apply for a deed.
Asalgnoo of C. N. liuirhus, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 27th, A. D. lsWI.
Swtfl'a Specific la entirely a veirptalilo
tlon.ar.d atiould not be confouudi-d wlih thu va
rlouii aubatitutea, Imitation, non-aecrut humlmun,
"Succna Alti-rana," etc., etc., which are now be
lliK nunnfacturud by varluna pernona. Nona of
tliute contain a amnio article wbicu entera Into the
composition of S. it. 8. There ia only one Kwift'i
Specific, aud there Is I otlilng In thu world liko It.
To prevent disaster and disappointment, be (tire to
get the genalne.
Swift' Sneclfle ia a complete antidote to Blood
Taint. Blood 1'oiaon. Malarial I'olson andbkln
Uuuiuur. J. I'll KiNic.N bMii a, M.D., Atlanta, Oa
1 havo had remarkably nuccesa with Swift's Spe
cific In thu treatment of liluod and cikin Diaeaaev,
aud In I-Vmule DUcasea. I took Itmyeelf for Car
buncles with happy effect.
u. u. U. u k.n uv, Jl.u., Atlanta, (Ja.
I ucd Swift's Specific on my little danehtcr, who
waa alllicted with some Blood I'oiaon which had
reflated all eons of treatment, 'l ho Specific re
lieved her perm unen tlv, and I shall ne it in my
practice. W. K. Biiontk, M.D.,
Cypress Hidge, Ark.
In ISSO I came from tho North to take char go of
the kus works lu Home, aa superintendent, and
after the overflow, which occurred in the spring
following, I was very much expoced to malarial
ted with the poiaou that I was forced to give up
business. I vtas treated by the physicians without
poison, ana in ls-j found my blood so coutamlna-
My trouble finally determined In an abeceas of
the llvar aud nearly every one (myself Included)
thought 1 wat doomed (o die within a few days,
in this condition I was advised by a friend to take
Swift's Specific, and I took it Juat as a drowning
man would catch at a straw, but as soon as my
sjsiem got under the Influence ol tho remedy, the
abeceas came to a point and bnrxt, paaaliu off
without pain. In fifteen days after this I was np
at mr work, and have siuco enjoyed excellent
Every sufferer hoiu malaria) polaon should take
Swift's Specific. C. Q. M'kncsh,
Supt. Home Gas Light Company.
Our treaatlae on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer a, Atlanta, Ga.
New York Office, 159 West '2ld St.
rpilE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Culro, Illinois.
71 OIIIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, $ 100,0 00!
A General Banking Business
TIIOS. W. HALL1UAY
JNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RAX K.
THOS. W. IL1LL1DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BUOSS. President.
J. Kurlh, Asa't cueh
Cu!ro I William Khite. .Cairo
C. M.Osierloh " I C. (). Patier
E.A. Buder " I II. Wells '
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE
Exchange sold and bought. Interest P'llil ll
the Saviues Dopurtment. Collections made and
all husinesi promptly attended to
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. 5th & 6th Sts.,
Just received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which ho will aell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprleca the best of ST. LOUIS HAND-MAPS
and of HUSTON MANUFACTUKKS, LADIES'
and CIIII.DItKN'S SUOliS, aud UKNTS' liL'li
BKK BOOTS and SHOKS.
JVWe also make to order anything In ourllno
of the best material and workmanship.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAI
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
UP AND rtT 1 WT)W DT1TTIO
LO WL A N D L il il a D j IV l 1 IU O
The Heat-ure and t'roflt of cultivating these fruits
la Just being understood. See our free catalogue.
The beet small frutta, new and old.
WELLS & CORWIN,
Baiting Hollow, Suffolk Co., N. T.
Af! IV T Oenilemen experienced ia
. VI VJ 1 1 O sale of blah-priced book
WA M I If I I 10 canvass in Illinois Tor a
iall lilil new standard reference)
work. M. H.
t'ary & Co., IU Mason bt., Mil-
wau wee, is
Mid Cold and Winter.
For wlnt. r conga and colds, aches and pain
you will flud Benson's Capciua Porous Plaster
the bent lelu-f.
1'? on Jme BlverYa., in a north-
' II ill kl ern nettlement. Illustrated eir
. xr,..,'."1" J- MANCHA,
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