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For the Cure ot Coughs, Colds,1
Hoarseness, Uronthitis.Croim. Infln-i
enza, Asthma, Wliooj'ng Cou'h, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
licfof consumptive Krons in advan
ced stages ot the I Ji ease. For Sale
)y all Uriiggists. l'ricc, 25 Cents.
sT a""si " &
CURES OF JtW
Kdneydi?,!-ascs T) v
LIVER COMPU8NTS. o
1Wm. It ads on the I.i vi.K, I10W US lnd
KIDNtVS nt tl.a .nni tims.
Bivance It el-aiisos t!m .,,.. .v
tlon. Pile, cr In Ii,iH,-r,m, Neurabia. Kor
vouIiordTrd all !-'. mscw.u..7i.
n. , nnd RHEUMATISM,
By cauain.- FEEE ACTIQ;i cf ail tho oreana
ar.d functions, thcrcbr
CLEANSING tho CLOOO
roatoriug the nokuul power to throw oil Lmu.
of the worst firms of t.'.f-w tmtle dianuwa
liV beta U.4ki R-UCVWI. mJmld.'SS
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WELL8, ItlCil Ai'.liiO.'f 4; Co . iLriir-.cton. Tt.
M 4 imp l'.r A I r
The Want of a Reliable Diurot 'c
ich, titticfrir m-.'.-m: of sy k'.lnov.
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n m-JtlicIno c-ti fie fi'Ti:.'
f m m-
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w i.i -a pr.xrini'K
far h-'i-r uu :!'''"1 lur
(.-ri ex i'nnt nl'i'U n-
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rot iii"-i--'sM Hnl 1
ni'itlHii, N.uralk-in, Bi-latlcni
l'li'iirl.y liin, nt'l I" th0
Sid,), l!ai-kn.'li, , Swollen Joints,
n.,nrt. ii.-.n-c. S,,ro Miwles,
iw ru-t-. Itlilnd.-cil V" -' inni Ulllliiu', Blimuiiui,
Mailed m H"'H
Vroprlctors nntl Manu
mm T . I. , i . t iiri' iLli. tiiitir tpt,,iiiii(-li mill livor
rX!??'JZ,';X and t.iv-r 111... Met..
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'an inlaHtbie mrf lur l'ile.
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' from vonlliliu 1 iniruonncn, v.
Nervnnt Hetnli.y, mental nnu i ui;,
eil Vriini-. iliit,ioi".(iiroation -ti
I lu,.frrK,. lIj.i'.'iljeiir.siK'- r ij
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gq IK.QRPH.NE HABIT
re uu. ... ..
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KANK, i,r tlio D.,,ilnrf
HOW oil ". t Kf'iui'tlr Wltlrny
ny on. run rur lilm.HI qulrlli ,! ,nlrlT. l",i ii,n,,H
alll nntl ri.t..i 4m..t. hi'lil finnan, ini- ineii,.r.,B',',nj
U. ... KANIt, H.U., 1110 talioa St., Km turkc.ly.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
-ice, worni ami kindling, at City Brew-
T... i . . ...
cry, jiicni) Klee. tf
Cunyrcisnimi Thomas is in the district
and will probably pay j.tiro a visit to-day
- ...... Mviiiiii ij ihhi r ir rn rir i p
Harry Walker's bar hero
-H-inkrapt stocK of turnituro for sale
p..n v in, n .1 I
c p at No. 101 Commercial avenue, near
Ot street, nn n ra if
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lori ri rv 1ir:n: i . I
v.-!-.. v. ij. uiiuaras'in nag just re-
1 A ' I
uirnen irom a visit to tho home of Mr.
fo ., . ' icjkhw 1
A.,,,...,. . . .l .... I
.U,,K um j-udsis at ina II illiday
yesterday were Hun. R. W. McCurtnev. of
-. 1. . . . " I
jiMinipons, wno carne down in the exnecta-1
tion of mtcting Capt. Thomas.
Mr. W. W. Steele, of Waveland, lnd..
parsed tiirougb here last ni-dit. havin.r in
charge a man named Wright who is accused
of stealing a horse from parties in Indiumi
Wright was captured in Illinois.
-Agent Loomis continues to receive
freight of certain classes for the Tens and
at. Louis road at this point. Ho hopes
soon t.i have the embargo imposed upon
n:s road bv m Misnsuinri mm,
r ........ j . iviUiJIIj,
-Jno. B. Dorris' twelve shows will be
here on the 13:h. His fancy advertising
car was Here yesterday and the bill boards
in the city were arrayed in flashing gar
merits advertising the avent.
Mr. B. l Felix, of thu firm of Felix.
r . '
Marston Si Blair, wooden and willow ware
manufacturer, of Chicago, was at The
Haliiday e,ter lay, accompanied by his
w. e , enr-mte for New Orlean, on a pleas-
The Council Committee on police, isil
V..t . Kt.U .i.:i- ,1 " wu-
n,,- , ... .' , " "iuuu muiuereuce. Uut Tue me waters and has not lost a trin
Ohio road will a,am be compelled to Bclletin aspires to be a newspaper and as the prefent rise. P
transfer from and to Wickliflo instead of such it expose J, and will expose the de Th. w,.h , ,. . ,
an I hast Cairo is airain partia v suhmflrc the nnfili. a. . .. 1 1 iookcu lively.
vt h inuc mil auil RH, t a unrf inn irn mtlh m..nU : l.a I .1.1.
- n i - i w n i . Bueii anil nnr na i ia i
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and fire department has ordered necessAiy few mea who hold positions of trust in the
repays to be made on the City Jail. A new party: as such it will
City Ja.l and a Work House or yard are
much needed ,n the city and will probably
ismonsiieii as snon as circumtanrp I
JOlin A !en. tnrmerlv a r . r in flm I
. ' - "
dry .house of Mr. 0. Ihythorn in this
city, hut for some time a resident of Grand
( ha n w,g to have been nurried in thtt
limce last evening to Miss Maggie Bartle-
Cin Ana nf tU. .11 i . I
y mng ladies there. popular
i ""-' luutwiuum; crowa may sees to ac--Mrs.S.E.
Williamson has secured the comulish their nurn.ise. A n-m....u
service of Mrs. Ilattie E. Herbert, of
Haute, lnd. Mrs. Herbert will have charge it
0111)'' UepUIUllCUl, IU mum ci.v.
I ........ -.4 i n-hinh cnil Id 111
competent, for she lias a recommenda
tion from the best house in Chicago, tf
Chief Myers returned Tuesday night
ab'.ut ten o'clock, having delivered his
prisoner, Smith, to the authorities at
Columbus and received the hundred
"tluus.'' He went down in a skiff and re
mrnnd via th Mobile and Ohio road.
Smith is now in j ul and will doubtless be
1 for his heinous crime. Pub
lie feeling is said to be very strongly against
h:m and when he got out of jail, upon one
thousanl dollars bail furnished by a man
with whom Smith's wife had previously de
posited the amount in cash, be had to
sneak out of the town to avoid violence
from the people. When discovered by the
chief, he was disguised as a tramp and
walking leisurely along the railroad track
near Da Quoin. The chief recognized him
at once, by his nose, had the train stopped
and ir.vitnd Kim to take a rule. Smith at
first hesitated, but a bight of a pair of
"darbies" brought him to "taw" and he
came along very meekly, promising not to
'ive any trouble. The Columbus people
much elated at the prospect of having
. .... .1. . CM ...... ...L... aniillf
us'.ice meted out toiue iuuows nuv aj...
to burn their town
Capt. Jno. A. Poor, ot the levee watch,
and Mr. Ferdina.id Ferter, had a narrow
escape from serious, if not fatal, injury
Sunday ni;ht. The night was "a perfectly
lovely" one and the two gentleman named
concluded to take a horse-back ride around
the levee. When they reached a point
about' fifty yards this side of tho junction
of Cross and New Levees, a freight tram
came down the Illinois Central road and
they hail to get out of the way. But the
horses beef me frightened and jumped about
frantically. Mr. Ferter's horse first went
down the bank inside in a rather ungrace
ful manner, throwing his rider who man
aged to get out of the animals' way
and sustained but slight injuries. Capt.
Poore was less fortunate. He caught Mr.
Ferter's horse by tho bridle and tried to
hold him, but his own horse then went
down tho steep bmk head over heels,
throwing him also and nnly'.by tho menrest
chance failing to full on top of him or roll
over him. In his struggles to get up, how.
ever, tho horse kicked Capt. Poore against
tho knee cp of tho left leg Hnd against tho
anklo of tho right, rendering him almost
holnless at the time. When the train had
P"(lthe horses were pacified, both men
home. By the time he got homo Capt.
home. By the time he got
Poore was hardly able to move and
had to bo enrried to his bed. But by
prompt medical attention and good nursing
he improved so that be was able yesterday
to move about the city, by the aid of a
crutch and cane
-wlOUS. iUi .
, about her husband aud"-
Somb of our Republican exchanges aro
.uuu.i cAurciseu over what they regard as
Tub Bulletin's efforts to nominate a Re
publican candidate for Congress in this
dUtrict this Ml. Tho accusation and tho
manner iu which it is made may be said to
imply that Tub Bulletin has the power
n . w
. " 8Ccation to which, with a
uiwt.i uiuhu, it picaus not iru lty. We
assure our n.nws-. .:',!
"i'"""1"u tuuiuiuporanes mat
their anxiety is uncalled for; that they do
t.... n ' J
IIIK UUI.I.V.TtV lnrp L . 1L.1
" ....... uni uiucu mat bo
f.. - r . ... ... '
' 'm wisuinc to even e..rc n inn,onpn
. " .-MWM-V
" tho selection of the Republican Cn-
vuuiuttie, 11 uocs not even care
a ,)Cavuno ,.., ....
I . rn 4
"eieci. 1 wo years aw. when thpr was a
shadow nf probability that
nominee would be elected. The r.tn.T irrrf
NiJ feel an interest in thn
actl0a of nominating convention
unu aia exert what little influ-
ence il h to inc3uc9 the selection ot the
m,n h helieve 1 to be the best. Now. it is
diikrent -circumstances have altered the
I So an ... .. 1 . . 1 m. .... !
"7 """""'J- Holding of t
"tJUMCaa 'ngressi.inal nominating con-
au ul0 uuiuinauon ana canvass 01
. I LI! I
, uup.on.reaa,! candidate will
" """lo U1 precious time and parti-
,.. I 11 .l - .
uu4, uie momentary flash of putrid
..- ! ., V BQU 8ma
8 uu Dwunug, m tne arn recesses of
primaries wreaking with corruption. The
next Congressman for this district is cer
tain to be an honest man, an able man and
a Democrat whose candidacy will not be
stained with the dm,,, of ii
cal cesspools as onlr n.n,,i,iin. -.'.j
piraUs create, infest and know how to use.
Hence TnE Bulletin regards the probable
. me uepuoucanuongressionalcon
champion of aay faction of the Republican
party, it oiblislmd nn r .
ed about matters political, partisan and
factual, as well as s .cial. commercial and
pen'ral. inu..f ....
.-.v. v. uumy iu injimca or
nusiever party cotnn i r r,n it ita
i . . . . . i
r .v ivjwaa nuu I
mnph liru.,. .. rr
""""ui ujjou me euorts ot a ultle
ban 1 of African thus here and their few
misguided white allies elsewhere, to control
or ruin the Republican party of this district.
and it will endeivor
to keen its reader
posted about all the d.rk trickery by
does n it cue so verv mnrh .iath w
uciu Oi uuit uui i . n.. ootov waiv.vw
the manner of the going: it would rather
the Democratic party had the glory ot
sending it there, but would have it do eo
h indirect aid of SUCh POU-
tical scabs as lead the African bummer
element in this immediate vicinity, uu-
. . .
tween honorable defeat and success steep
ed in tho stinking pool over which Bill
former tbousan j tjmM. And,
finally, as a Democratic newspaper, idl
Bclletin gives timely warning to us Dem
ocratic contemporaries in the district, that
they must not place too much reliance
upon the threats of this man Scott and his
little gang they must not rest upon their
oars in tne nope oi uemocrain; ui.,'.a
through Republican disseutions engineered
by this little mob of sore-heads. We assure
tbem, and to the credit of the Republican
party bo it said, that, outside of a precinct
or two which include the slums of this city,
the sore-hoad3 aforesaid have not even the
respect, much less the support, of their own
race. Bill Scott's assumed proprietorship
of all the colored voters of the district, is in
keeping with his demand to have an im
portant government position placed at his
disposal- mark the words, "placed at his
disposal": and to be made a delegate to
the Chicago convention. Only a blatant
political crank, driven to desperation by
a realization of his own nifinitisimal pro
portions as a factor in party management,
would make such unreasonable demands-
would make such an autocratic ass of him
self. We assure our Democratic contem
poraries and colaborers, that, after the Car-
bondale convention shall have met, tins
political pigmy and bis little band of con
victs and should-bo convicts will swallow
all their sickly vomitings and will devour
with apparent great relish the straight Re
publican ticket whatever it may be. The
Democratic party will have to succeed in
spite of this spot of festering corruption
upon tho Republican body politic in this
district, and whether it succeeds or not, it
will have the iufiuito pleasure of owing
nothing, even in the remotest degree, to eo
vilo an influence.
On receipt of six cents for postage com
Albums, Pocket Books,
Music Boxes, Scissons,
Jewelry La Mrs,
Rnrrn SuvttR AND SlLVF.U PLATED WAKE.
S r a A im 1 V WH TrY CCl
MEttMOD & JACCAUD Jh WH.LK X tU.,
Tho most magnincient jewelry caiuioguo
Fourth and Locust StS., 8t. Louis, JIO.
v,. ha aiirnrlanil to sen bow low tho
01 will be BUrprisea to blo now low mu
W iv St. Locis CALL ON THEM. 3
a iuvn.nxiMu jiauuu 27, 1884.
r. uaMhihw. tin..
STAGES OP lug UIVEII.
The river marked by thu gauge at this
Chattanooga, Mar. 2G.River 21 f,...t 0
incnee and fuliin".
Cincinnati, Mar. 20.-River 40 fWt 9
inciies and falling.
uumavHic, aiar. 2fl.-R;Vlir 17 foot
0 inches and fallin".
HT .1 I I - -
iwimiie,3iar.S(J-River 33 ft 1 inch
Pittsburg, Mir. 20. River 10 feet 7 in.
ches and fallin''.
St Louis, Mar 20.-River 21 ftSIinch
es and risin''.
The John A. Scuddur from New Orleans
rasse1 up for St LU's yesterday morning
She Ltl(1 v Hht trip.
The Andy Bauni from Memnhia is duo
up cany mis morning for Cincinnati. See
Passenger Agent W. p. Lambdiu and net
The R. R. Springer from New Orleans
arrived and dr.nrci i.
night for Cincin-
nati with a good trip
City passed down last
night for Vicksburg.
The Hudson from St. Louis is clue to-
nsght for Paducab anil Shawneetown.
The W. H. Cherry from Nashville will
not come through to-day. She terminates
her trip at Padncah leaving there to-mor
row morning on her return to the Rocky
The Iron Mountain R. R. is still battling
The Fowler is a sure thing this eveninrr
Mayor Charh-y Reed, of raducah. arrived
on the Gus Fowler yesterday and is a guest
of his "Brother Chip," Mr. L. P. Tarker,
. . . n . i ......
."l'neior oi tue Hi . iv TTr,cn nr.
J vvv. nil.
Tlcf-d Una mo,?,. ii-..! - .
on uAeeneui mayor anu is
6ufficiet,'7 popular to "get there" again
should he decille to n for the office this
fftIL Chrrle7. addition to his official
vpacuy, runs the Richmond House, and
tne travelling public patronize him lib
The City of Providence passed up for St.
Louis last night
at 5 last evening. She had a big trip anu
. . . . . i
departed for St. LosisatCp. m
Tim Golden Crown, as usual, has a big
t rin ftir tho South and leaves here this
morning for New Orleans.
In the whole category of pains and aches
there is not one, that St. Jacobs Oil has not
relieven or cured.
vi..ir Gnnoral Xeal Dow recently
noticed in Illinois, a Wrmon; clergy
man, who writes to the Burlington
I'm iVtss, saw also in Iowa, ikuuum,
small nnd cheap houses ana mere uj ui-
ogies for barns, ilie iarmers :u v-
and industrious, but uie wies uuu suuj
and daughters aro not well clad, nnd
the "homes aro ciicericss. xu
CURES , ....
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache. Headache. Toothache.
Sore Tliront. Swelling. Npraina, Hrulaoa,
itiiriin. nraiiiw. w rt mir
in All, OIIIKK HIIIIILY PAINS AMI AtllKS.. .
6viJ if UruggiiU il l)plf n veriwh. Fin t.un MtU.
T1IK IIAHI.EI A. VOliFI.KU CO. o
IHVWirt lo A. YUUIU.R a CO.) Balllaon, Han C. S. i
sTr:i,,. ,i ,.f
A Now and Uompicto uotol, fronting o..
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tb PaufcnRor Depot of the Chlcaeo, St. I.onli
and .iowOrleane: Illinois Central; wanarn, ni
Lonle and PaclBci Iron Mountain and Houthorn
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hallway.
u j t acroM'tne itrct while the Steamboat
Landing i oni one o.nare aisiam.
. Thi. Tfnliil la knalaA h ttteftm
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bell.
Antomatlo Flre-Alarma, Hath, abolutcly pure air,
I porloctaeweraRe ana tompieie appoiuinin.
iv 8 b fn.-,.!.!-. n.rfect aervicei and an on
I icoiic table.
1 lA.i. P AltnK It & 00Leiw
fea the GREAT .tfr3T!
1111 I I t f - if 1 1 1 1 I II 'il I 1 1 1 M
8'iri'H Specific in entirely a vt-Kotahle prcoara.
I un.aril hould not ho coiifoiin,!..,! rh'.hf!?.
noil- Niih.l tut.-H, Imltatio!,, uon-ecrut ha nhn.
, niicc Ain raim,'- etc.. etc.. which are now h:
n.K oianuiiiciuruu nv vnr I, inn ii,.,nn. v
Il.i.an . I.. . .1- .1 r 'uiio Ul
inmn.u (!.. u !. n.i . . niiw iiii.
Specific, ami there h Mitliinx In fio world like It.
IoirevcritdUnstirand)lfaiiioiutmeut, buiure to
u...i.wr.,iiw,, . n. -l.rM 111 11, V nnn U.
Hun,.,,,,. i i,. lo.nimi i iikuii anr. skidI
uumoui. J. Uk'kinicn bMini, M.U., At'auta, Oa I
i.. " v "'iv ' pb n nwirr un.
! IK""" lll-o'land Nk n Uilel
r '. . iook lintM for Cat.
buncles with hameirect. "m w
it . i
i nappy cllect.
I. O. c. Uasitv, M.D., Atlanta, Ga.
I ucd Swiff. Specific on my llttlodauuhtcr who
ii....,i i... ' ' 11,0 npecilic re-
pract ici 1 Unl'v' ?e'"ul r" npo " l V
praciut. W . E. IIhontb, M.P.,
vyprcBi! kiuko, Ark.
Ia 1x0 I ram from tli Vn.,,. 1, .
the n w,,rl-. in iV .. .l" Vu,,rSa Of
, . . .. riuienueui. and
hftortho overflow, which occurred In the uprlne
relief. ' lu" 51 ,uu"
My tronhle Anally determined In an absce.a of
trnn would catch at m,ir..rh, - r".i"'?
?"". tt"t under .he tnfln. nVn V , " i V.'E?
abncec came to a noini ami I,,,,,.
itl:t ,.uln I. . ,. "L PawiUI! On
iiu 111 n nnin oini i,ia . .. M 1
at mv work ami h.. .T..T " .7 -"i". UP
i,i.iu, 1 It Ul LIIT II I H VH nllim Kia I ..
heait'h "lu "--"juvea excellent
s?Zy:;',lr "om ms!lrittl Polron hon1l take
- - l-v-.mv. IJ. U. M'KVr v.
Supt. It,.ino (Jus Lijht Company.
Our trcallle on Til nn I l Bkl. m .
fr.,ln nlu., " -.iiuireilKI muiICQ
I HE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
ew York OITl.c, 139 Wet Wil St . u"""ul"' UB-
I dJ ''1 tit- OUTOF ORDER.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
H. Steagiila & Co., Cairo, 111
w iiooriso codoii.
It imilmnnli wveuct:lilo synip. very deliclnni to
the ta.le. Itelleves ut once and is a positive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
lire cured by this excellent remedy.
DircctitAis in tat lawjnmjet aceompnny trtry Imllle.
ah. pisfvef of tiir hi.oop, stomach,
I Iver lt.,v,'l niul kl'lnevi: for all diwiw orlcln
niiiiirln Impairment nf the iilooil.asAniemin, S.ek
l,-ad:ii-lii-,N.-rvnilm'!, I'einnle Wenknews, Liver
(,Miiilin'. lv, ,in, JniMiilice, Biliousness and
Ki'lnev Discuses, this mrilieine Is alisoliitely sure.
ThisMiciii iiieiloes 11, t contain any mlnsral. is nn
aolutrlv veuvlable, n stores the ,,i. I a hralthjr
ooiulill'iiii. pvulaliiii! ex,ess. 8 ami Buj'plj'ing de
tlcleiieie.", and prevents illsriise.
Virativnt in fen tangungtl acccmifn"! fT Wtlt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOU SALE BY ALL DKUOQIST8.
For Sale by
PAUL 0. SCHUII,
Snociiil Ants, m Uus citv
Tiv srnr.NiiTHKNKi'." I "'
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r. In n plv tn in-
;.f l..iikf riin hi "iii i
1 IK,t I lie re ir, no tVhlene,' ot II tl III -
I ti , p' pint rary. t ne ini verl ier-
'Cli mm . W rtlinr
5. - na rrrtwtf ntlon of one of tot
P081 n0,VllV or r.of Krrwff Debility
(now ' wjtred) vemlnw and eea. Heui
0?' V"HSeny'lovrrte. UruggliUiwiuailit.
Addreit DR. WABO & CO., Louisiana, Ma.
TTH UUH MT CIllOMO IU-
k.i. li.iMttrri, l'lakk ilr.. Cbloajco I
Ubll.a.d .sail, I. ml. trcallna all Prl
v.M, Marvoui, Obmule tud HparU. dla
lnrprllii,r.ml. dlMM... tc. Ct'tt-
iilutliia Mnwillr, ot br '' "
HIT thai wnnaar or so par. M
fmf, Uoitrats4 took, ersr praasrivUow, It awll.
T ADIES or Yonnsf Mn ih ...
J nlc lloht a.?.r V,i . 7 ritu"n' lo ,aK8
hnm.-i f i? plea','?n' wrk at tholr own
" ny proposed line of r A Vl 1(1 vr i f I C0"
can Newm am.,, i-i-,,, vl ' ImINO In Araer--papcrii.
tyi'0-Dilg 1'umphlut. loc.
ltr,S?pmu'ar,!:Jte Jo'nu then ak fo
- . .-.i,. i rompt, aura
L 7 Great Monarchies
OP TFIB ANCIENT EASTERN
sold bv dfHlp
r. lU.H,D' ,r,:e lar'J0 volnmea, over 7 .1 Flni
niH hw i ? 1 rif,8 r,udaccd fr0fn US ' ) Not
;old by dealcrg. Jlooka tent for ciinln.i.
2?'"" ot food faith
nt, on eyldencB of food faith. Socl.
' uici U1ILM Hnn inrrru ciifa r
l .A LDE N , I'lihllBhor, 1-S Vasnv fit v
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