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THE DAILY CAIRO RULLETIN: TUESDAY MO KN IN It MARCH 11, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, Lronchiti-.Crotin, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whoopim Coud), In
cipient Consumjition arnl for the re-j
lief of consumptive per.ons m advan
ced stages of the Disease. 1 or Sale
by all Druggists I'ricc, 25 Cents.
Health and JHappiness.
D3 AS OTHERS
Are your Kidneys disordered? 3
wr. after 1 had l . n glvn ui I v 1 1 ls i d. n
Detroit." H. W. iMiiruui, llti'uiuij, iuuia, Mick
IwllineV Wort Iii-hiil- it mi- rrri.i imv !-.. a ,t
Are your nerves weak?
''Kl'lllrT Wuit cii-l fr.,,i, nHM . .....LrTti.M
.t.T I WAS n.'.t 1'S'te.t I.. III.-."- V:s SI. it. u
I (juwlwm.M. Uniiu J .nilir Ui.vtliu.cJ, u.
Have you Dright's Disease?!
"Ki'iTiT C. 1 1 in-.) 1 ,.. !ii-n int waler was just fl
IUO CliAik atil tiuii In. l-i". d."
i:us' Wi.jn, FcaWIjr, Uaaa.
r Suf ferinrr f rom Diabetes?
"Kl Jll-'V-VVer! 1-. liu.-t . il"r -.'!.; r-tri-) V 1 haTa
JTtr Used. Ones alvi'i t licnie.'.ftl.i riM'T."
Li: Ik,. Ui, c. iAu U, Muni ton, Vt
Have you Liver Complaint?
I "Ki lie y-YMirt eurvd iao cf chronic lur liueaAt-ft J
l aiu-T J rmrmi T'i rie.--
Henry V. ul, ht C 1. 0:h ?.at. ilufO, X. I.
Is your Back lame rind aching? i
Kn!rn v. Wort, 1 b. V i unil n.e im 1 susol
V. It. Tallin:". l!.l.Vjl:ce, Wll.
Havo you Kidney Disease?
"Ki'lin j-V. -rt. made Lie ui. i i'i li v r ai,.l iL.tiney
after yeani i f u:.iei-n til C - on:... Jf aorih
.a UiX."-!arti I lwl-j, W .1 ill., '.unii, .fst V.
Aro you Constipated?
"KMT.' T.v,T. t . f-vT rar..u - ai.d cured
I me aXW-l lb Jiius u (( i l r ui' 't:it-. '
ll'IVC J'-.A iiifll'iur. j n
"KMmr-...rt I-. il- r l':-.r I .is a: y othtr fl
I rtrtui7 1 l.aMs eM.i 1 I'i 1 v pi.. v. '
Are you Bilious?
"KI Ini-T V.irl .'. ii- '. ii. 11.' r.. t frl t!..- mi
aUirf huuMjr 1 h.. - ( .,-r 1 it"
Airs. j. 1. ij.tivKny, i.j. tut, vreoa.
Are you tormented with Piles?
'Kl'lii'-r W.-rt 11 .nnnftlli curt'i V.K i f Lit.-O.l.jr
pUt'. It.'W, c. Kl.iif r- i.'.-n I: t in-."
Are you Bheuraaticm racked ?
I Ami bj iijic.i.i and I 1. vi uutf .-rut tlu: '.
Ladie3, aro you suffering?
"KiiiiH'T-Wurt r'ln-il rrm ut t-'-rjimr tr-uu' of
It." Jr. IL Unwrvnux, l.lo Ui Mat.-, Vk
If you vrould Banish Disease
1 ana gain neaiiu, iaK9
The bLOCD Cleanftw
"Mio want plossy, luxuriant
Itcaulil'iil Hair must use
LYON'S KAT1IAI1.0N. This
elegant, elienp article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures $;ray
ness, removes dandruff auU
itehiu?, 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 Kathamm.
The Want of a Reliable Dinret c
w .icb, whllBact'ru.' ' a ctlmnlnnt of thn kliluoyi",
nclih. f ntclli'n nor Irrittti' them wn Imiij un a
iiiillv(t by Ho tettiT's ISto MicK fliltcr". Tina
Pnu medicine ercrti tliu n q ilHtti! tlnr.'e of itim
u 1 t t ton upon t!i;u crani, with mt pr.xl icl r: d
Irritation tiiul lit, tru'rnlof, furhu'tiT mliipied fur
tne puri).)ie than unmo.llcfttud t'Jt limit often ro-
orccl t ) Dm.ti'p'l.'i, cvt'r atlrt ai;uo mid klmlrod
dlHiiH(! aro enrud hv It
FoMitlubr all drOiilstK no ! cltii!pr gt-nero'ily
M Dr. KEAN,
tiu. 113HOOTM Cl-AMC brt UilCAffO (hi
Ubllllixl ttutS .liilill tirliuir fttl Prl
vit Ncrvuua, Cumuto and bprlaldli
lnrpr(ty, Fein) dtHoMf. tte, Oin
Vnltntlno iwrpontllr, nr 17 I'ttcr frM.
!r. Knn ( th finlf phyHlrlmt In th
fli iiml wurmtita 111111 or no 1U
il itrUd book, otr 1,000 rortpUoQ, $1 k u.U -
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 7!l OHIO LKVEE.
Oi l K I M VA I'KR UK At.KXNUKH COCNTT.
MKUIMi AT TUB CAI1U) 1'OlSTnKKICK Full
!VANSMI.SSID THHOL'OH THE MU8 AT '
OliCOM) CLASS IIATK8.
It) I :i C;ko Wl'lll Over.
f!:.iifl V. L. (Jfiicc, .f Pino IJlulT,
A.'.inn !!, : lawyer of linii abilities and
a 'jfiiili'iuMi ui" lii'ii eiiltifadnu, was
at uri lime, ilinii.h iKijipilv not now,
Kiiii..niia' iulili(?tf.l to lifting a glttss
willi it "hiTtt's to you" rniinueiit. Oa
oi" d'CMsiiti his convivial frankness
w:.s thu uaiisi of Itin taking up a 8.
j urn in j til. During a st-ssion of
court, held by the la'.e Judge Murray,
Colonel (iiai e was called in to defend
a man iuilii'k-d for us.sault with intent
to kill. Wlifii hy luaih) his aiipear
nnee, the jinlge, ut once observing that
he was "tired," regretted having
"Colonel Grace," said his honor,
"this case can go over if it suits your
"Xn, sir, wo are ready to go into
' ijiit," persisted the judge, winking
at the prosecuting attorney, "I am ia
favor of the case going over."
"lin not," exclaimed Colonel Grace.
"Tne witnesses are all here, and I
want to go on with the ease."
"1 don't think that you arc in con
dition to attend the ease."
"Why, sir? ' demanded the Colonel,
with an air of conlidciio.'.
"If you mint know, it is because, you
arts too drunk."
The colonel, slraisrhtening himself,
replied: "If this court says that, 1 am
drunk, this court is a d d liar."
A few minutes later, the colonel was
in the county jail, having, in addition
to imprisonment, been lined fifty dol
lars. Jle was soon released and taken
to a hotel. When court convene 1 that
day, C lo.iel (iraee, upon answering to
Lis name, arusi) and s. id:
"Voiir honor, yesterday, in conse
quence of drunkenness, I used con
temptuous language, for which 1 was
lined fifty dollars and sent to jail.
I am a man in rnaturo life, and
3 eater lay was the first time that I
ever so far forgot myself as to cast
reflections on a court of justice; and
I now de-iire to say, that I indorse
tin: action of the court, and request
that the lino of til'iv dollars bo not re
n;i:;el." "I w 11 remit the flue," said the
No, your honor, I should he made
to pay it, and it is my earnest desiro
tiiat you do not remit it."
'I in1 line was paid, and whether or
not this had a direct tendency to turn
a car.-r we cannot say, but Colonel
(i.-.tee is now one of tne most intluen
li: 1 and f. .nist-ut temperance reform
workers in the Suite. Aikinsuw Trav
Convict Marria;;o fn New Caledonia.
When it has been decided, after duo
inquiry, that a couple say A and li
may unite in marriage, it is sought to
excite in each of the parties an interest
in each other. A is told all about the
past lite of li, and vice-versa; they aro
also shown each other's photographs.
Then, if the parties do not object to
meet, an appointment is made; and
they generally see each other in tho
parlor of the female prison in presence
of the matron. As to this, however,
the manner of interviews varies; for
the matjon and chapla'ns may arrange
matters as they please, so that cveiT
thing be done with propriety. The in
tended bridegroom is always in posses
sion of a cottage and a plot of land,
for he can not marry until it is proved
that he can maintain himself out of the
produce of his holding, eked out by the
waes he may receive as laborer on
public works. Naturally he is not com
pelled to take the bride whom tho au
thorities have designated for him. If
she pleases him at first sight, ho gen
erally sees her two or three times ruoro
before a regular engagement is made.
Sho sroes to visit his cottage in cora-
r panv with a nun, or soruo employment
? . r 1 ..... . t 1 1 i. .
is gneu net out 01 uuuis tu tauuuij ui
dalr where sho may be seen in' com
parative freedom. When at last tho
engagement is concluded, tho intended
bride "aies and spends a few days at
the Convent of Our Lady of Mercy,
held by tho Augustine nuns; and it is
there that the marriage takes place with
the smallct amount of publicity pos
sible. If the parties cannot atl'ord to
bti3- a gold wedding-ring, a silver ono
is provided for them. After tho mar
riage the convict couple- become pro
bationary free colonists under certain
conditions; they must dress in brown;
they must not enter any establishment
where intoxicating liquors aro sold;
and they must not leave their cottage
after nightfall without a written per
mit. Theso'and other restrictions aro
gradually removed in reward for good
conduct, till at last tho libere condi
tional becomes a free settler and pro
prietor of his piece of laud.
The Slicking Point.
"One evenin', as I was sittin' by
Hetty, and had woiked myself up to
tho sticking point, scz I, "Hetty, if a
fellow was to ask you to marry him,
what would you do?" Thou sho
laughed, and says she, "That would
depeinl on who asked me." Then sez
1, "Suppose it was Neil Willis?" ISez
she, "I'd tell Ned Willis.but not you."
That kinder staggered mo hut 1 wns
too cute to lose tne opportunity, and so
I sez ngaiti, "Suppose it was me?"
Then you orler see her pout up her
lip, and sez she, "I don't tako no sup
poses." Well, now you see, there was
nothing for 1110 to do but touch tho gun
oil'. So bang it went. Sez I, "Lor1,
Hett3, its me; won't you say yes?"
And then thero was such a hullaballoo
In my head. I don't know exactly
what tuk place, but 1 heard a "yes
whispering somewhere in tho skir
It rather annoys tho woman holding
a pug dog In her lap in tho street car
to hear a learned-looking gentleman
remark to a friend: ' 1) you know that
tho fetualo orang-ouiaiig'iit tho museum
has formed a strong attachment for a
small do?, and that sho fondles it con-BtantlyP"
W. F. I,ABnis, river eoil'tro! he llri.LiTi"
nd steamboat putmener atnt. ri:M fr Ml
tlr.iif of etesmbest Jo! priming i"llr,U(l. Office
at llowbr'a European ilotul. No. 72 Obio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river uwked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. ni. 30 feet 7 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, Mar.10. River 42 feet 10
inches and rising
Cincinnati, Mar. 10. River GOfeit t)
inches and rising.
Louinville, Mar. 10. River 11 fect
G inches and rismg.
Nashville, Mar. 10 -River 43 ft 11 iueln'8
Pittsburg, Mir. 10. River 19 feet 1 inch
es and rising.
St Louis, Mar 10 River 9 feet 5 inch
es and falling.
Chailey Cower received the finest Re
frigrotor yesterday ever brought to Cairo.
Charlny hus dubbed it the Frost Qaeen of
of Cairo, and Dan Sullivan, his bartender,
looks one inch higher since he commenc
ed making draughts on tho "Frost Queen."
The B. S, Rhea from Nashville arrived
litre at 2 a. m., yesterday. She had a big
trip 80,000 ftet of walnut lumber for the
Singer manufacturing company; 80 tons
manufactured Iron, and a big trip of peo
pie. She departed on her return trip lust
night at 10 o'clock.
The Vint Shinkle discharged about 200
tons freight here, yes'erday. Departed for
Memphis at 5 a. m.. yesterday.
The R. R. Springer, for New Orleans,
passed down last night. She had a big
Another carving scrape in the colored
circles. It seems the colored population
had a decided preference for the razor.
The river is still filling tlowly, but with
the big rise in the Ohio, Tennessee and
Cnmberland, there will be a swell here this
The Buckeye Sute is due for Memphis
The Belle Memphis, from Vicksburgh,
passed up for St. L-iuis last night.
The City of Vickaburg, pissed down for
Vicksburg lmt evening.
The Bell Mcinph's bad a gaod trip ys
Tho Carrie Caldwell, with government
supplies left here yesterday, turned back
lor Cumberland river.
A little act of kindness, like presenting a
bottle ot Athloplv ros to a friend, lifted him
out of great agony and restored him to his
place in the grand army of bread-winners.
In writins for more of the "Great "Rlmn.
matic Remedy," Mr. Wm. J. Mosher 24
Elizabeth St., E., Detroit, Mich., says:
Obtained a bottle of Athlophoros through
a friend. Tried it for my Rheumatism and
receivea great benefit."
Sunday evening a big Irishman, after
having "surrounded" a little too much "oh-be-hellful,"
tried to "surround" the whole
sale liquor 9tore ef Messrs. R. Smyth & Co.,
Ohio Levee, also, premising the fete with
an exhibition of his skill as a window
smasher. - "Using his fists and feet almost
simultaneously, he broke iu one pane of
class after another, until thirteen panes
lay in smithereens on the sidewalk, and
then he concluded the entertainment with a
brief, practical treatise ou geologys in
which ho illustrated very forcibly, the de
structive power of rocks and the superior
qualities of Cairo mud as a factor in deco
rative house painting. While the artist
was thus engaged a large crowd gathered
around, but no one interfered with the cir-
rilO Until Vnilnrf Tastlr C 11 1 t J P,-vn inrvi nLnr
who "pasted" the fellow one under the
ear, sending head first out into the street
But the man recovered himself soon and
had just gone to work again as before,
when Officer McTiguo arrived upon the
scene, and, with the assistance of several
good men, conducted the man to jail
Yesterday the prisoner was brought before
Magistrate Comings, to whom ho gave the
name of Tom Elliott, and who6ned him
(25 and costs.
Little Johnny's Natural History.
Aolocatsho had two kittens; ono
was a nice feller, but tho other it was
no count, sore eyes, and ono day while
tho olo cat was gone tho rats they
found her bed, and they et tho wel
kitu up. When the olo cat sho come
home nnd seo how it was, sho was iu
a ruity bad way, and she sod:
"Tho best is always took youngest;
if that litllo feller had been spared ho
wude ben tho splendidest ratter which
was ever see. Things is ordered with
grate injestico in this world."
Mose, which is our cat, don't havo
no kittens, but ho is pretty good at
lino by tho stove, and wen you rub him
tho rong way iu the dark he strikes-iiro
liko ho was Hint. Billy ho nst my fath
er if Moses sparks was leektrisity, and
my father ho sed:
"I gess so, Billy, cos Ivo obserfed
that wen you tied on his tail ho is
A little boy was asked by his mother
to go to tho store and get some eggs.
Ho went, nnd on his return ho dropped
them. His mother asked him if ho had
broken any of them. He replied: "No,
but the shells came oil' of some." i'x
change. Tin mysterious origin of man has been
partially disclosed by the Indianapolis
Citizen, who found an infant in a tin-pail
at the top of a treo. It is to be remember
ed there is nothing mysterious about Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup: a few doses will euro
your cough or cold.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
tumbaao. Backache. Headache. Toothache,
More Throat. Hwrlllna-a, fcpraina, liruUes.
Ilurn. Kt-ahL. .( Ill Irs.
1D ALL OIIII.K HllDILT FIVS IMI HUM.
Sold b; bruuuu nil Ikii. e,rrih.re. Kifij I'cuu Utll.
Directl.aii In II Uniruti.
THE Ml Aid, M A. VOUU PR CO.
Thli porona planter UI
abaolutdj the Utt trer
made, combining tho
Tirtue ot hup with
mm., hat in m 4 anrl .
dracu- lu. power U wonderful In curing dieue when
other p!M.-n i simp 7 rdieTe. tYIck la tbe Bok and
Neck, I ain in the Si.ie or Limbs, Bti Joints and Miwcies,
UJnry Troubles Kheumatum, Ksural-ia, Bora Chest,
AtTections of the ncart snd Urer, and all pain, or srhej
r -vMM4uiiy ujtna uopruuter. y Try
v. rnorn cenu or lire lor II M.
Mailed on receipt of prii-e. Sold by
all dniirlsti and country stores,
11P riatter Company,
Proprietors, Boston, lUus.
Urr orconnipau.ju, lorn of appetr.8andducStt.-sof tha
ynrettaki HawlfT'isto-iarhanil I.lrer PilK f. snti.
US B. SMITH.
EUBEIIT A. aiTU.
Grand Central Store.
IRQ. - - ILL.
H bTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Miasoml.
STBATT0S & BIRD,
So. 57 Ohio Luvcc, Cairo, I'I.
57" Afrits Atiorlcaa Powdor Co
ft A LLI DAY B ROT 1 1 K R
FLOUR, UIUIN AND 11 A
Egyptian Flouring Mi! I
iirhfst fth PrW Paid for Whf at.
JsTEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street) Pqiva Til
I'nmrrprclal Avenn i Villi IF 111.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Madfl to Crder.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OA1KO. - - ILL
RepairiPff neatly done at short notice.
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention pnldto the Homeopathic treat
m,'.n,. ,Bnri:al dlsouseg, and diseases of women
omCE-On 14lh strcof, opposite tho Tost
office, Cairo, 111.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
I-I omceop atliis t ,
129 eommercitil Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OK, KLECTKO-VAPOR and IISDICATED
A luily In attendance.
)R. W. C. JCCELYN,
0mCBgKt,th Street, near Comnorclal Avenrni
JR. K; W. WniTLOCK,
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ltPh'i anil Nttitli Stmt.
I MORPHINE HABIT
OH. H. H. KANM, of ill. tKgulnMy
-w niwki.w.Fll.ll.nilf wnngf
anjr nu. Saa Mm klaaalr aalrklr aS aalalnalji. r..r U.tlrao.
BlallaBd.iiiliirHiniiulirnini.mln.nl aiKlmal m.n4o.lilnM
b. a. uas,A.a., a.U,le rallM St., In twt lar.
T"l WJBJ sT
The ejucr lenco. In thn t:ntnvnt of Canc-r with
Swift a Spec! lie (S. S. S.) would aeem lo warrant ns
in saying that it will cure this much dreaded
conryo. Persons so afflicted are Invited to cor
respond with us.
I helli vo Swift's Kperiile hat "avid my life. I
la l viituully lnrt ne of Ihe iippei p irt ol my hwty
and my arms from the poisonuus eilertsol a Itrno
cancer on my neck, from which Itairuireiud
for kOyiars. H 8. S. has re ieved tne of all rore
ners, and the po son Is heinu forced o'ltnf my sys
tem. I will soon be well. W. R Kobisos,
Two months ago my attention was called to the
case of a woman aiUU-d d wl h a cancer on her
boulder at leant !S Inches in ctrrnmferenoe, anery.
painful, and nlvin tr.u patient no re.t day or
nlk-'ht lore nontlis. lolitiin.d a supply of Swift's
Sneclfl for her. She h is taken 5 boo lee, aud the
nicer is eutlreiv healed up, only a very small scan
rcinalnltii?, and her heal b Is better than for 3 ye.irs
past; seems lo be perfectly cured.
KKV.jBrsB 11. Csni'iiKLi. Columbus, Ga.
I hayo seei rcmfirkablo result from nee of
Swift's Siecitlc on a cancer. A youti man near
h re hs been slllicted live years with the must
anury lookinit eatme cine r I ev r saw, and was
nearly dead. The first b tt'.e made a wonderful
cbaiiKC, and after tlye holtlo-were tak"n, ho is
noar.y orqaiti) well. It l truly wonderful.
M. F. CittMLEv, M. !., Oglethorpe, Oa.
UNDER LIP AM) INSf.lE Oh' f'HSEK EATEN
AWAY II V CANCER.
My father had an ett'ng cancer for sov ral years,
whirh had eaten away his under Hp and the Inside
of hi cheek,' down t't the bottom of his Bums.
We got some i f Swift's S-pccillc and Rave him. and
the effect has been wonderful alnmst miraculous.
The sores are all h aled, ami he l-i pet fee Uy well.
Kyery one hen1 said it is only a ques-ion of time
about bis death, a (I his C :re has created the ureal
est excitement In this part of the country. I In pe
yon will publish about niv lather's cure, and send
me some circulars to ne to mv friends and the
afflicted. Wm. b. I.tTiiiiop.
South Easton, Mum., Jan. T, biH.
Trea!l.e on lllood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer:). Atlanta, Oa.
N. Y Office, 159 W.21d St., between Sixth and
j!M0i&i&? eta &!alSa
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. rBiilnr Csrndnnro of two medical
polleirra, ikh been lonirer ontfieed In the treiit
ment vf (.'lironii, i prvoun, HUin mill
Ulooil Diseases tiiuii any other pliysielan 111
t-t. Louis, as city papers show and al 1 old resi
dents know. Couimltatliin at nitlee or hv mall,
free and invited. A I'rlendlv talk or his opinion
Costs nothing. When it Is Inconvenient to visit
the elty for treatment, medlelnes can lie sent
bymaltor epren everywhere, I'uralile easel
(rnaraiiteed : where doubt exists it Is frankly
stated. Call or Write,
Nervous Prostration, Dehlllly, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Korea and t'leprs. Impediments to
Marrlsgs, Rheumatism, Plies. Special at;
tentlon to cases from over-worked brain .
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising frnm Imprudences. Exrpiups,
Indulgences or Exposures,
H Is Self-evident that a phviiclan paying
particular attention to a class of cases attains
great skill, and phvsielans lurecular pruelien
all over the country knowing till-, frequently
recommend ca-es lo tile oldest olllee In Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted
to, and the prov-tl (jooil reiti'-die-H of all
ages and countries are used, A hole house Is
used for olllee purposes, mid all are treated with
skill in a re-i'i'i'tful manner; and, knowing
what to do, no experiments are made. Ha ac
count of the treat number applying, tho
charges are kept low, often lower than Is de
manded by others. If you secure the kill anil
get a spf ei'lr and perfeel life cure, that Is tho
important matter. Pamphlet, JU pages. Scut
to any address free.
plates. ; MARRIAGE GUIDE. ( pages
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for JO
cents In postageor currency, liver li 11 v won
derful pen pictures, true toMfe, articles' on tho
following subjects: Who may marry r who not :
why If Prnperageto tnarrv. Who marry first.
Manhood. Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
should marrv. How life and happiness may bo
Increased. Those married or contemplating
-nam ing should read It. It ought to be read
bv all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key, Popular edition, same as above, but paper
cover ami 2w pages, ti cents by mail, lu money
J 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
.ilPS . iUo. .'-l-ftrt.
ILL. MASS. tort.
v . . . r. - n a
TOR SALE BY
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