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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 8, 1884.
Knr the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, Eronchitis.Croup, Influ-I
cnza, Asthma, hooping Cough, In-;
cipient Consumption anl for the re
licfofconsurnptivc persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease, l or Hale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.1
AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY,
"Kidney. Wort isSJfe) mowt luoconaful remedy
Ievuruwti." Dr. P. C. llallou, Monk ton, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort it alwaya reliable."
Lr. H. K. Clarlc, Bo. Hero, Vt.
"Kidne y-Wort h cur -d m y 1 ifo after two year
u-icriiitf. " lir. C. IT. burmncrlin, Bun mil, Oa.
IN TH0U3AND3 OF CASE8
It has cured where all else hd failed. It is mild,
butorncient, Kltl.ll. IS 11 ACTION, but
hirn- in all cases.
I VI t clran.es t he Klood and B tre ngiheaa sad
Klita New I. ire to a.l the importaui organ of
Uie body. 1 ..e natural actios of th Kidneys la
restored. Tue Livr u cluaaaed of all diacaae,
and tho Bowel move trc.-.y and healthfully.
In this way the went di ae.uwr aro era4iatd
from the systra. g
I puce, 11 00 uno b oar, bold bi duigguts.
i.'.-y ran o aom oy mail.
WELI.K, IMCil Vi:i)M).1 A O.IturllnrloaVt.
The k!i!:iv. if :tir.Br of Pur b'noil. and
worn t -.'ir I'l'i t ii" 11 ' r. ii rii nro'im
w- nii .(-(. i.'t-v II' .1 tie, :
T h.-t- li. rmi. h ...l-h
ruliv activ l.y iv us !i"Mi'i .-:omno
It tt wh-n'ftti'in.' s irt of Miet Ir-i- otter
so'.rc-s Tuii" ip--rb -tiro tl-tlnj tutiic a!-o pre
v tin an1 arr' f v- r an 1 a -ue, eon'titrat'on,
I'.xT ' o 'lp ily pi'pitla. rheumatism and olur
a' iit'tii!'. l'""l! Iti f. !i ri! .
F..r ralv b, ...1 .ltu 1: c!e l'.r j nc-ally.
filliv aciiV l.y fic
!...t'.'ti' f n .S:omnh
In thi b'lind IB n-)t t. fhow ltcU in !h Sprlrp,
ami nsliire fhiiuM v I; niei he m
throw-ill.' it tiff. stifi Si ccl ic do- t i f:r-ttlv.
ly. it in ti irt;lv vt,e',t ill'. mm-pi'l niton n'li
edv.wh cli I'.clp-'iniiiirt' in ..rco nil 1 ho ,ui.on or
taint out !lir.i .i;ti iho o "f the fiiu.
Mr. K 1I1 r A. Ka-U-v, of Dick'nti. T nn . writes
nii'lcr dnt-.'f VarcH 'll. "I hd i lu N anil
leer, loll, wed I). rheuT.ttiiim, fur 1 1. r.-n yt-ar. -o
f:a! I a 11-: aYr tn tttii.d to my hu-irii c-; had
tr ed almoei every kind of m -dn in -. nnd f nnd
110 r-" i.-r A frit'iid oihiiii'mI 1 Swift' S.irciflc.
I tried one b .tt ii' d mv h.- iltU hewn to im prove.
I coutlnui'd u til I - ail tnkiii fix bottl-, and it
bin ret me onrr v fei t. -oiind and a wi'il as
ever. I ri'coram-i'd it io ail pltmurly alll.cted."
Letter fr..m twi n! vtt.ri'e (in ol the loadine re
tail dm. ir'ntH of Allautn fiv.no tn'ato March v'4,
lvl: -WeHell mo-e f .swit't'a Specillc than any
o lur one romeily. and tliree to tfn time a much
a" anv other b ! d m dirine. W aell it to nil
cIhk e, ai d many of the beet famiile une It Hi a
general health t ntc "
I am Hire, that Swift'o Specific naved my life. I
wa tt rriliiy P' l"o;n d with inn ana. and wa tfiven
up to d n Swlf.'n Sp cillo relieved me promptly
and entirely. I tuliik U the greatest remedy of
C. (i. SI'ENCKl',
Snp't ti l" Works, Home, ttu.
I have known and n"d Swlft'c S;n clllc for moro
than twenty jre.ir. ai d have .'en ni re wnnderful
rcnlti froni us use than from any rem dy in or
out rf tho Pharmncopo' a. It is a certain and sure
aulldote to a I sorts rf Blond Po'on.
J DICKSON SMITH. M I).
OnrTfti rn IH'iod at.d Skin Dlse.isos mailed
froe to applicants.
Til 2 SWIKT SI'KCIHi' CO.,
Dravvei it, Ailim'a, Cia.
N. Y. Office, 1 59 W. -Sl.l .St , bet Wh A Tth Av
rr rjb T . Xl'Z
-4-r- -g- OO --
I a i Tlda piTous luster l
11 1 famous for its qulilt
" and hearty a.tloa in
HI A CiTKTD enrlnn Urnii Back,
X" aUf- V9 I EmI llheunuitl.,111, Heialica,
ErleklntheJlaek, Rids or nip. Neuraliria, Htlff Jolnta
and Muselos, 8oro Client, Kidney Tr.)uUes and inll prdna
or aehes elt her lt.cn! or dc. led. It Boi.thes, StrenirtU
rna aflrt Stimulate, tho rts. The Tlrtuei of hops com
blncd with (rums-ch an and ready to apply. Superior 10
liniments, I. .lions and ialvci. ITk lb cnnU or tor
11.00. Bt.ld t,y ilnt. m AnPAT
rlsU and country f UKCM I
atom. Mailed on rc- ' Z.
prietors, HoBton, Mad.
H- g gN$ H
IF Thubeat family pill nuule llawlry'aHtomaeband
llyer Pills; e. rienfant In nrtlnn and ensy to take,
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDKK COUNTY
v.NTEUKl) AT TIIK CAIHO POSToFKICE Full
V KANsMISSlON Til Kol OH TIIK MAILS AT
SECOND ( LASS KATKB.
Tlie Voice of Hawlolpli, umler tho
hei'l of "Coiuint; Men," says it is rumored
that JU'loc Win. II. Snyder, of lk-llevillr,
and Jmlyo Geo. W. Wall, of Du (ipiin,
now 1111 tliu circuit bench in tho Third Ju
dicial ( ircuit, will liu candid ttis for the
supreme bench at tliu judicial eli cfn n,
which recurs in June, 1S8.). Jud'u Aiip s
WatiH, of Nashvilh', and II m. Win. Ihrt
zu 1, of Chester, will he candidates for the
circuit judgeship in the Third circuit.
There are probably but few pcoole who
understand the arrangement by which the
United States enter into contracts with the
railroads for delivering the mails through
out the country. Over $lo000,000 are paid
annually to the railroad companies for
mail transportation, end there are 12,000
miles of railroad on wh'ch service is per
formed. The payments are based 0:1 a sy
teni of weighing, which tik'S plarej once
in four years, the United Stutes being di
vided into four sections, so that a weighing
occurs etch year. It is done by men em
ployed by the Postuffke Depar'mtnt, the
railroad companies 'metitnes having rep
For the third time since the begin
ning of the Christian era, four great planets
Jupiter, Siturn, Uranus and Neptune
are about to meet to celebrate their j lint
pcrihuln n. The last time this event occur
red was nearly 200 years ago, when the
earth a? racked and torn with earthq-iakes,
swept with tornadoes and hurricanes, and
drenched with flools. An astronomical
crank figures out that it was during one
of these planetary reunions that Noah's
floo i occurred, and that each recti: ret, ce. of
the tvetit has been signalized by volcanic
eruptions and other startling phenomena.
The climax, which is nearly due, will la-it
but a short time. However, it will re'pir
several months to get things settle 1 d'jwn
The Rcm.etis ow.;s it to i'-ie.f and to
Messrs. Whitchou.se and Judd, of Chicago,
to explain that, in speaking of the gentle
men named as "shysters, " it did not mean
that they were such in their capacities as
lawyer', but in their characters of pre.-ident
and vice president of the Si. Louis & CViro
Kiilroad Company. Their standing as law
yers may be of (ho best where they ure
known, but their methods in the case of the
St. Louis & Cairo Company vs. The Ci'y of
Cairo, both in and out of the courts, have
proven very conclusively tlAt even lawyers
of Hi'me standing are not always above the
mean and shallow trickery which charac
terizes the so called ''shysters'' at the bar.
As lawyers, Messrs. Whitehmise and Judd
are much above the average; as railroad
managers they are a pair of donkeys.
The United States tariff is the heaviest
in the civilized world. England cm her
aggregate imports, collcc's about 5 per
cent, duties; France, 7 or 8 per cent.; Ger
many about the swne; Italy about 9; Rus
sia is high above these 23,' percent. The
United States towers above them all in her
tariff; 43 j per cent, average on taxed com
modities. The first Ameiiean tariff only
kept pace with others S,l2' per cent. But
wc have improved. We ixcell i-ur former
selves four told. A mixed cargo could goto
England and pay its tax, then to France
and pay again, then to Germany and make
a third payment, and then to Italy and pay
a fourth tax and the four payments all
put together would not admit it into the
United States. They would aggregate
about 27 Jg, while wc charge "0 in a lump.
And yet of all people on the face of the
wide earth, we have the least need of any
tariff at all. In the face of all this, how
ever, our tariff is not merely a little, but
manifold higher than that of any civilized
power Russia alone accepted.
Mrs. L. E. Williamson's openings
were successful in every way. Ilcr dis
play of fancy goods was magnificent. Her
large store was never more tastily ar
ranged with goods so varied in colors and
designs that ever ladies experienced in t-uch
things, and in shopping they must have
been confused upon first entering;. Hun
dreds of her fine souvenirs were given away
ta her customers who received them with
evident pleasure. Mrs. W. was naturally
much elated over her success so many fa
miliar faces aud so many new ones. Her
sales were double what tho had expected.
Music was also made to lend its charms to
the iffair every day, inspiring all present
with pleasurable sensations as they moved
about amid a wilderness of millinery ar
ranged in gorgeous style above and on
every side. Mrs. Williamson is also fortu
nate in having a force of young lady at
tendants who are adepts at the business,
pleasant in manner, accommodating and
well posted in everything that pertains to
th.i millinery busiuess. During this last
open'mg she has well sustained her stand
ing ns tho leading milliner.
Early Sunday morning, several hours
before shooting at his wife, Pilot Sinodley
was in the saloon of Charley Howcrs with
several friends. He was then in a reckless
framo of mind and ready, upon the slight
est provocation, to shoot. Stepping up to
the telephone he placed the muzzle of his
pistol into the mouth of tho transmitter and
with the remark, "Gueis I'll make this
d d thin;,' talk," pulled the trigger and
tho instrument went into smithereens.
Shortly after that Smedlcy was standing on
the sidewalk in front of the saloon w hen
ho saw Mr. W. F. Lainhdin coming down
the levee tow.ir 1 h'm an 1, wIku tho latter
was within about twenty feet of him
Smedly drew his revolver and pointing it
at Lamb lin, said ''0 d you, you're no
friend of mine. I believe I'll kill you."
Hut Lamb. lin sprang forward, grasped
Smedlcy nnd induced him to
nut the wcanon tin. Both
then went into tho saloon together and
took a friendly drink. When sober ycsti r-
J.iy Siuedley remembered nothing aootu
these circumstances. Ho has nothing what
ever auain-t Lambdin, and his acts were
evidently only the result of a mind cruzed
A photograph of the St. Louis and
Cairo Company's ugiU" would be a splen
did attraction for a dime museum. For
seven years now the company has been
running its road along the river, over sever
al miles of ground that does not belong to
them, without paying the owner of the
ground one cent for the privilege, or even
offering to do s i. To say that the company
was compelled to use ground belonging to
another, because the city enj due 1 It from
coming in ovr the levee, so that it could
use its own ground, is not pertinent at all;
for, though the injunction prevented the
c otnpai.y from sneaking in behind the city's
levee without subscribing to any condition,
it did not a id does not prevent the com
pany from recognizing in some way the
court! sy of the owners of the land the road
was running over r so long a time, with
out money ar.d without price. Some years
ago, it will be remembered, the same com
pany permitteJ the levee upon which it
was running into the city, and which it
was bound bv contract to maintain, to be
wished into the riv r when the timely ex
penditure of a thousand or two dollars
would have saved it. The company assum
e 1 a new name, and it has ever since denied
that it is the .-am-; cmpany that permittel
this cal trnity to occur, whk'i is a mere
quibble. Thi city had to build a new
levc-; to prot-ct i'3'.-it fr mi veifiow, which
ievf has re t;h- i to 0 s' of a'.jovU o.0'J0.
An I n w ti.U nm rt Ir a l company tikes
a ivar.t ce of the i.w:ved ttxes, made
riece.--n'j ,o m . th t obTgv ie.r.s incurred
bv to-: ci'v or. a.; M' !v:;ld;rg of
this new :g-.;rl.-.g t'.e fact
th tt it a'.otio ii prir.viri'.y responsible lor
the increase-, and r.es th-8 cry of "High
Taxes" as a shield for i's "cape goat'' can
didates for aldermen in the impending city
election, in order to secretly steal a
franchise which it cul I not openly 10O tho
people of two years ago, and which it has
etuhhoruly relused to pay the most reason
able c on.-i le-rati on for I
Considerable! excitement was created
on Ohio levee Sunday morning by the re
port that Pilot Hud Smedlcy had shot his
wife; but the affair was not as serious as
was at first believe 1, or as it might have
been, and the great crowd that gathered
at the St. James hotel immediately alter
shot had been fired, dispersed almost as
quickly as it had gathered. Smedley had
come in on his boat about 9 o'clock Satur
day night, unexpectedly to his wife who
was spending the night with a lady friend.
He was 'disappointed and angry at
not finding his wile at homo and went
on a spree during the rest of the night.
Sunday morning he loitered about the St.
J imes hotel still in a bad state of nvnd,
aggravated by the nights' dissipation, lie
and Mr. Frank G.azz da wereju.-t turning
tiie corner of the hotel when Mrs. Smedley,
who li 1 1 com? out of tho side door, met
and pt'-sed them. The two men had gone
but a few steps furtl er when Smedley t urn
el around suddenly, with pistol in hand,
and before Mr. Gtzzola could prevent it,
tired at Mrs. S., an 1 ho wis about to fire a
second time when Mr. Gizzola caught his
arm an 1 prevented it. Mrs. Smedley turned
quickly about and went back into the hotel
through the side door, leaving on the side
walk as she went a broad streak of blood
which flowed very freely from a wound in
her arm. just above the elbow. An exami
nation of the wound by Dr. Parker proved
that the ball had passed through the arm
without breaking the bone, but cutting an
artery which caused the blood to flow so
freely that death might have resulted from
loss of blood, but for the prompt attention
of the surgeon. Smedley was arrested l y
Ciiief Myers, taken before Magistrate Com
ings and admitted to bail in the um of
$1,000 to appear at a preliminary examina
tion yesterday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. At
Iho hour named yesterday he appeared in
the court, but waived au examination and
the court fixed the bond at flOO, for his
appearance in the Circuit Court to answer
the charge of assult with intent to murder,
preferred by States Attorney Leek for the
People of the State. He gave bail aud is at
largo. Since he has become sober enough
ta realize tho enormity of his act Sme iley
is very repent. Probably no man ever
regretted doing an act than he does his
He blames whisky for the trouble and
swears that he will never drink another
drop, lie has tho name of being ono of
the best pilots on the river, and when sober
he is a very quiet, inoffensive man "one of
tho nicest men in tho world," say those who
know him best. His sprees aro not
frequcnr, but when on ono of them ho is
almost bereft of reason. It is likely that
his narrow escapo from becoming a mur
derer during tho last ono will have, as it
should, a salutary effect.
W. F. AMiinis, rirT editor of in ni'M.ETiw
and sienmhoat pa-terwer au'i nt. Order for all
kii"! of Hteamhoat Job priming aollclted. Office
at l!o.vor' European Hotel. No. Ti Ohio levee.
6T.VHK OF TI1E KIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge at this
P"rt at G p. m. 4:j fuut 4 jnclS aDj fan.
Chattanooga April 7. Hivcr 8 feet 2
inches and failing.
Cincinnati, April 7. River 31 feet 0
inches and fallini;.
Louisville, April 7. River 11 feet
10 inches and rising.
Nashville, April 7 River 10 fi 11 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, April 7. Kivcr 10 feet 9 inch
es and none reported.
St Louis, April 7. River 20 ft 11 itch
es aud ri.-ing. ' at)
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg
passed up for St Louis last night. She had
a fair trip.
The Wyoming from Cincinnati received
about loO tons of freight here and de
parted for New Orleans at 8 p. m. Sho
had a full load.
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville arrived
here at 3 p. in. yesterday; discharged 41
tns of inn and 30 emigrants for Kansas;
departed at 0:30 p. m. for the Wabash af
The Arkansas City leaves St. Louis this
evening for VicKsburg.
The City of Vicksburg departed for New
Orleans yesterday morning.
The City of Baton Rouge leaves St. Louis
to-morrow evening for New Orleans.
The Andy Baum for Memphis passed
down Sunday evening. She had a good
The Bdckeye State from Cincinnati is
due tu-uight for Memphis.
The J as. W. G iff pissed up Sunday af
ternoon for Cincinnati, and was full of peo
ple but llyht freight.
The Tims. Sherlock from New Orleans
hail a large passenger trip and about 500
tons of freight. Got off for Cincinnati at
The Cairo & St. Louis Narrow-gauge re
sumed business yesterday.
The Illinois Central did a big business
yesterday in the way of transporting emi
grants to the far west. At least 50 colored
people leave on this morning's train. The
way t!iin-'s are working the South will
soon be uwr in Kans:i3. We have no ob
The U. P. Schenck is the next O. liner
due fur the Crescent City.
The Dexter came through from Evans
ville Sunday ; arrived here at 3:30 p.m.;
d.-pai'ted for Paducah at 4 p. m.; made the
100 wilts in 9 hours, 4o miuutes.
Lawyers will gbnJly learn that Broug
ham, the great Eoulish barrister, was
always crc'til of his throat, and further
that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best
remedy for bronchitis and other throat
FRIDAY, FEBY. 11th CAIRO OPERA
Tho greatest musical sensation which
has ever visited Cairo, open for one night
only, at the Opera House Friday evening
April 11th. The Hungarian Gypsy Band
has among its members musicians of a very
high order of talent, and while they come
to us new and unacquainted, they are her
alded by 6uch encomiums from the press
throughout the country as rarely falls to
the lot of any combination.
The people aro all Hungarian gypsies.
They speak no English and only one or
two are able to articulate enough German
to make their wants known. There are
six violins, two violas, one 'cello, two
basses, one clarionet and cimbals, an in
strument much like the dulcimer, at times
played with hammers, then picked with
the finger?, producing the fine, sweet tonis
Tho perrormers appear iu national coe
tume, and with their blue coats, red trow
sers, high boots, closely cropped heads and
bristling beards, make up a costume at
once picturesque and attractive.
Buder will havo tickets on sale to-morrow
at popular prices.
Do not miss this fine musical treat.
How to Po It.
The Western Citizen, of Indianapolis,
Ind., states: "Mr. Hurry J. Miller, asso
ciate editor of this paper, was relieved by
St. Jacobs Oil of a severe attack of rheu
matism. Clarkson & Bowers
No. ao th St., Cairo, 111.
trOood Stock and Prices tteaionahlu.Cf
PALLIDA Y BROTHERS
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
liifhoat Cosh Price raid for Wheat.
GERMAN REfvlEO 1
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Nore Throat, Nurlllng-a. Npralna. liruiaca.
turns. sraiiK. triwl ill Ira,
110 ill. OlIIHt HOIIII.V IMIMi tsu 11111.4.
St.14 by lirugfto, itiJ ll-'tlrr evfrThfr. Vtfti Cf all a bottli.
TIIK t II AItl.l M A. VOUU r ROO.
in.Ko., u a. vuutUH a co.i B.lnaun, lit., C. S. A.
f lie Uegnlar Cairo & Paducah Uaily
J AS V -a, iWflV; 1 f , '. - V -51
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
OEOUGE JCiliEa, Clerk.
Leaves Ptdacah forCiiro daily Nundavi crccnt-
edi at 8 a. in , and Monnd Cltv at 1 p. m. Retarr-
mi'. ieave iH'ro at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Paducah, Smlthiand. Dvershnrir. Eddvvllle.
Canton, Dover, Clarksville and Naahvllle,
15. S. RHEA.
j s. lYXF.rt...
Leaves every Monday mornlnz at 10 o'clock a m,
W. II. CHERRY.
L v. t every Fr day morning at 10 o'clock, mak
lncclo'e connections at Nashville with the L. &
y. II. li. and N. & C It. It fur all points (oath,
with the I'pper Cumh. rland Packet Co., for alt
points for the I'pper C'nmtierland. For freight or
pass me, tpuly ou board or to W. 1. Lamhdin,
II. Steagala'ft Co., Cairo, 111.
rpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of C.'uiro, Illinola.
71 OIIIO LEVKE.
A General Bankin? Business
TIIOS. W. HAI.L1DAY
,iNTEUriUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
Commercial Avemio tuul Eijrhtu Street
F. nilfiSS. President. I P. NSFP, VIceTrea'nt
11. WKLkS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Asa't caah
F. Bross Ca'ro I William Kitito. .Cairo
Peter Neir William Wol?.... "
C.M Osterloh " ICO. Patter "
K.A.Uuder " II. Wells
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.;
AUE.NEttALBANKINQ UUSINES8 DONE.
Exchange sold and bought, tntereit paid tt
the Having Department. Collections mad and
all business promptly attended to.
S NO CQ1 ) (j-
' 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
ILL. v MASS. GA.
rOR SALE 8Y
J ADlBSoiAouiig Mepinc tT or eounty to tak.
" nice. liKht ai d plea. am work at their oVi
homes; ll03 a dav easily and quluiriade
work .ent t it. alls no ranvat.ln; 1,0 at am (of
Hy adilrernii (iEO. P. 110 WELL & co 10
Spruce M New York, can learn the. enct cot I
01 any proposed l!ne of Al.Vr hi IsiSO in Amer
can Nuwapapem. tyi'O-pat;,, Pamphlet, lc.
What to Do Theu.
When rr.eama'lsin racks the Joints then a'k (o
Beimmi's Capclnc Porotia Planter. Prompt, aura
7 Great Monarchies
OP TIIK AN'f'IENT EASTERN WORLD By
Httwlliisun. 'lhree lariiu volume, over Too Fine
IPtiHtrationi. Price reduced from $18 to d. Xot
soid hy dealers. Honks sent for ex ruination be
fore payment, on evidence of rood faith. Steel
men piien and large catalogue free.
JOHN H. ALDKN, Publisher, IS Vasoy St., New
York. P.O. Box iT.
J? I MTU 00 Jamo Fiver Va., In a north
I' A liilily rn settlement. Illustrated clr-
cular Iree. J. F. AlANCtlA,
An Only Daughter Cured of Consurap.
When death was hourly crpected, all remedies
having faled. lir. II Janiei was eiperimentlna
with the many herba 1 1 Calcutta, ho accidentally
made a preparation which cured his only child of
Consumption. His child la now in this country,
and enjoying the best of health lie has provod to
the wrld that Consumption car. bo positively and
permanently cured. The doctor now glvea tnle re
ceipt tree, only asking two ii-cent stampa to pay
expenses. This Herb also cnrei Nttht Sweata,
Nausea at tho Stomach, aud will break up a fiealt
cold In twenty-fonr houri. Address CRADUOCK
& CO.. U3J Itico Street, Philadelphia, naming
All of the brat, both new and old. planU, Traen,
ines,Mefdi,a. by mail.aspecia ty. WarrtNtl
fuaroMMii. GOchoice,cuep,J I Scls.foi example.:
30 PACKETS m,V!r.r: SI.
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