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THE DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING JUNE 15, 1884.
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book will not be useful, whether youth, piient
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Address the l'eabody Vedical Institute, or I)r
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Man., who may be consulted on all dismasts re
lairing skill and experience. Chronic and ob-ti
natn diseaies that have baffled III.'' 4 I the
skill ol all o her physicians 11 1 ji lj spe
daity. Such treated mc- I VCI,' I L""
cesffullir without an lit- 111 1 OiiljJ
anceol failure, ilenion this paper.
HALT ItllFfM. FCZEMA. WlilT!.. LU
Jit-mi, Krvii:i. Tetter, Hires,. I:ui'!ni;i. luo'-ei
In h, l'iinles, !"ttii(t, i aiomii'lefi. i ianl '.ii,inrig
and l'oineil Wound), ltlLgworiu, ciuiituiu, ul.i
all dlmtsesof the .-kin.
Tor l"ll, Wiiuijcl), Cms. t'lecr' or no
rsinedv I' silip.iupt III suotlnnii alel ll.iilm u
l aiIli.n Skin Cure. It does not nn:rt ! l-uru.
Jjvtctum 1h tt tanguagtt acwttfihy tury buiit.
5ASAI. CATARRH, ACt'TF. or I'll 15' iN U '"M'
tu the Head, Uue Cold, liruinhial lalnrili au
Clssri"') the nostril'. milt r. tu-.il t-n sit r.i r.i,.
and prevents iiienmatloii', -iiuirle :u d '!t.
It 111 ,e, III! i lire lur Cold to tho Hcwl- hi J.
llcauled by md'leii eloiii s 111 Hie a' w.o-;.. ie.
IhrtLtWM IH t'll UmgtmQts uiOlnylhj tttfj I rf.'.'t.
PAPIULON MFC. CO., CHICAGO
FOR SALE IY ALL KUUCC1H8
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIUil,
Snccial Acts, in this citv
IN THE WOULD.
A powerful preparation
o concentrate'! IliutaleW
rtr'M" .iplille'J lo Itie sur
face will penetrale lo the
erv lnmc.iind almost IN
STANTLY KaLlKVK l'Al-.
EA3 K3:?Uter CSStf
Sore) Throat, Pains
in Limhs. Stom
ach or Bowels,
Or In anv part oi Svtem.
Will Mil (III. t'l.'ll NINO
noi ill-color Hie skin U
lias in en In coiislanl nsu
Py Physician) and other)
lui a vcar Price Sc'o
uACOB 8. MERREll. 8r LOuis- Mo.
0E BALB B ALL I)BTJ0Ol8T8 AND
r-KAXERS IN ME.DIC1NE9.
CatatbH klv" ,
Causes no Pain.
QIvos Uclicf at
cure. Not a Li-
quid or Snuff. Ap
plied with finger. Give it a Trial.
60 cms, at drtiKKlatii. 90 cent) by mull ron!,t,'r'
ed Bend for circular,
fcl.Y DKOT11KUS, DruB ate, Owi'ijo.N.Y.
Ladies ana uenilemen cun find a
profitable employment at their own
home). The business la 1 i'ht and
nleasant. Yon can mnko from to
in i n,T. na rinnu V! a-nrv innr
bf mail anv dlstancd. No stsmn l.ir ri'nW. Hlixi.
ddrei titOWN MANUFACTUH1NO CO., 809
vc oi., vincmnati.
JFi a S
U i f
s t; -is
Not lee to Tiix-najer.-c
The uudurnincd, haviii dibclmryi'd hits
duty to tlio tux-payers of thi! comity itud
city, in reBidtino; ju.icuiuDt iu thu County
Cou.t for th "imimJ.iinus" mid excessive
ux of 15 percent., would nsptctt'ully ask
parties who lirtve paid their lcul tues to
call nt Ijiu iifticu tin comer Elfveiith .Street
ntxl Commercial Areiiiie, mi l I r i t j f with
them their tux receipts for the year 1 ySH,
for set t lenient of hi-t cuiiuiiissi'in ou tliu
aniount detected. Kesju ctlully,
W. C. Mui.KKy.
Caiuo, JuncUitli, m i.
Having ol,tiiined jiidgnient for dulinrpieut
tao. I will I) '"in. on Miiii,1:ii.. tin-Kith
m.-t., to sell till liinds upon which the tuxes
sliiill not hiive hcen paid. All ilelinqikrrs
(.re r' quested earnestly to p.ty at ouce and
to cull at theollkc for t hit purpose, a3 the
ba!o will very probably be concluded in
onu day. Joiix HoixiK-f,
r"dJi;tITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LKVKK.
OA PITA ft' I OO.OOO!
A General Rankin? Fusilier
TIJUH. V. IIAl.I.lUAV
MLUPIUSi: SAVING RANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINt.S HAMI.
Coromercial Avenue and I'.ilitli Street
?. llpOnS. rri'-td' lit. 1'. Srl'r. VI' e Pre
il. WK1.1.S, Cn.i. r. I T. J. K' r'l:, A 5 i
F. Er .s-
C. M o-terloh...
E. A. ll'idcr
....Ca'ro I Vl!lln Ki.nt.
I iVi.lt .: i Wi.::' .
.... " I i i' Pit! r
.. " I II. We!;
A GKNEI'.AMiASKINii iil'SlNKSi IHiNK.
Kictiaiiit'.' fold and 'ioHir"'.t . Itiiei.-st paid ;i
the Savings Uep-iraiei.!. Collect ior n.ads aft'
ail bnsinei"' prompt; y atteni'.ed to.
QKOlUli: JIAIiRISON I.KAC1I, M. I).
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
F pec! al nttctition faid to the Ilonenpalhlc 'resit-
mi ni of s;ir;t:il disc .se". and uin-H'e. of women
i'r H'K On ll'li street, op: s,te t:.e Post-
ofl'.ce. I uira. III.
J K. .l.'k. fTUONO,
TI o mcjeo p a t h i s t ,
12'j Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAPOlt. EI.ECTiiO VAl'OU and JlliPlCATLI)
A lady In atteudanru.
E. S. WHITLOCK,
Orr I No. ISrt CottT';
iElt'j and I.'U.'.h Mruu
G. TARSONS, M. D,
OCULIST AND AUK1ST.
OFFICE- City Vf.R S-ore. Curboiulale, III.
13G 138 Com'l Ave.
have receive .1 a f'lll and camp'ote lino
ot new Pall and Winter
Cloaks, I'olmaus, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Hudy Crusoe's, Titpcr
tries and luurtitn
A full dock of Oil Cloths, all f lz'.'S and prlcei.
QcS ling & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and iompl te et ick is now belnt
Closed out at ;r'(U liatK'imi.
Oo'xla i't Iiottom I'riopst
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Succests. r to Cbas. T. Xtwlandand
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth anil Ele
venth Ms ,
OAIUO. : : : ILL.
Dfivo Well Force and 1,1ft Pumps furnished and
put up. Acunt Tor tliu Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FOliCE PUMP'',
pnmp over invented
furnished to order,
New Gae Fixtures
Oil Fixtures repaired and
tVJobblii2 promptly attended to. 319-tf
Office of the )
TllOTbKS (IK C'AIKO TliL'ST PlloPEIlTY,
Caiii", Ills., June 7tli, 184. )
Notice is hereby given to lot owners
within the City of Cairo or any of its addi
tions, who desire to till their lots, that erth
will be furnished by the undersigned, for
that purpose, fur the next six mouths kuee
Permits to remove the earth required
will be furnished and the location from
which it can he removed will be pointed
out upon application at this otlice.
S. Siaats Tayloh, Trustees of the Cairo
Edwin Fau.-ons, Trust Property.
For Rent or Sale.
A nice cottage, 8 rooms, good order, on
Walnut Street, opposite loth Street School
Lhaise. Inquire ot G. M. Alden. lni
House For Rent.
Mrs. L. E. Williiimsun offers her Seventh
Street houe for rent. The house is in good
repair, suitable for boarding hcue, U
All Answer Wanted.
Can any one brino us acuse of Kidney
or Liver complaint lint Electric Eittcrs
will iMt speedily cure? We sny they cap
not, as thousands of esses already peiuitt
neiitly cured and who are daily recommend
ing Electric Litters, will prove. Blight's
disease, diabetes, weak nick, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify the
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at Sue. a bottle by Barclay
linemen's Arr.ica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Mi ui.-es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
-i. res, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteea to give per
fect s.itisfactior, or money refunded. Price
" cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leidiug attorney
olWinoua, Minn., writes: "Alter Using it
for more thin three eari, I take great
p'eastire in sating that I regard Dr. King's
Aeiv Discovery tor consumption, as toe
best remedy in the world for coughs and
e lds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain m the chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
It. rout and lung diseases may be bud free
at Barclay Bo s' drug store. Large size,
$1.00 " (1)
I have used Ely's Cream Balm for Catarrh
and Cold in the Head. It is a first rate
preparation; would recommend ;t to anyone
affected. R. YV. Cheever, Editor Herald,
There is no one article in tho line of
nvdiemcs that gives so large a return for
the money as good porous strengthening
plaster, such as Carter's Smart Weed and
Belladonna Bachahe Piasters.
Dr. Warren Pi ingle, fur 30 years a prac
ticing physician of well desetved promi
nence, at Forristelle, St. Charles Co., Mo.,
says, Aug. 29th, IS.': I use Merrell's Pen
etrating Oil regularly in my practice for
external appiientins, and I cheerfu!;y per
mit you to use my name.
"Rough ou Coughs,"
Ask for "R-jiigh on Coughs," for coughs,
colds, sore throat, hoarseness, troches, 15c.
Decline of Man.
Xt rvou, weakness, dyspepsia, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Health
11. newer." $1.
llother Swan's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, cathartic; for fever
islmess, restlessness, worms, constipation.
Allen's Diilous Physic is a purely vegeta
ble liquid remedy for Headaches, Bilious
ness and Constipation. Easily taking, act
ing promptly, relieving quickly. 23 cents.
At all druggists. 2
I h id Catanh in its worst form. Ouobot'
tie of Ely's Cream Bilm stopped droppings
into my t'.iroa', pain ami soreness in my
In ad and deafness. Mrs. J. D. Hagadorn,
Union, N. Y.
Cheap Homes iu Arkansas ami Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International nnd
Great Northern Railroad, arc thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $1100 and f 1.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climito unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 18S1J 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 tho Companies lines.
II. C. Towxsexd, GenT Tass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
-The trial of Officer Joliu Tyler by Al
derman Patier's committee was concluded
yesterday afternoon, and tho coramittco
recommended that the officer bo repri
manded by tho Mayor. Mr. Michael
Sheehan was tho only wilness examined
yesterday and his testimony satisfied the
committee that, though tho officer was
guilty of a neglect of duty, there were
some extenuating circumstances, which en
titled him to leniency.
Mr. W. C. Mulkey has a notice in spo
cial locals, which concerns a largo number
of tax payers. Ue calls upon those of them
who were concerned in the tax suits lately
-I v-a i . f i . .J
on trial in ino bounty county, uu ou
whoso behalf ho appeared, gaining fur
them all they had contended for, to "please
step up to the captain's otlice," etc. As
there are so many of them, Mr. Mulkey
would find it difhcult to call ou them per
eunallv, hence he does so by means of
Tho great mUtake many people make in
tryiug to cure themselves of those dtetress
ing diseases, rheumatism and neuralgia, is
in supposing that mere outward application
of so-called remedies will bring them any
permanent relief. Athlophoros removes
the cause of the trouble in speedily correct
ing the condition of the blood. Miss Mary
A. Danforth. oi Ilillsboro, Upper Valley,
N. 11., having herself proven the merits of
this great specific, gave a portion of a bot
tle to a friend, who after one day's use of
the medicine fouud relief from severe
Extracts from the Life of a
Yes, I'm but a hairpin, crooked and
bent with age, who first saw the light of
day in a New England factory.
Ah I those my childhood days were
happy times, for my home was a roomy one
and our family quite extensive, consisting
of all sorts of invisible brothers and sister?,
together with numerous others of more
Stately, steel-hearted hairpins and little
wiry ones, the latter making the family
circle merry with their gay, good humor,
graced our homo. As to my own personal
appearance, my style of beauty was rather
neculiar. for. though I was ouite tall for
my age, my growth seemed centered in my
two extremities, and my most familiar title
among my fairer brothers and sisters, was
tho unlovelv name of "Long Legs!" In
spite of my youth, my head was quite bald
and my lorehead full of wrinkles, but I was
contented and looked forward to the future
with the eager expectant eyes of youth,
thinking there surely was never such
happy young hairpin a3 II
Alas! all too soon I was driven from my
noisy, bustling Inme, and hustled out into
tho great, untried world a poor waif ot a
hairpin crammed as I believe to die, in a
huge, air-tight box on a July day, with
hundreds of disconsolate companions going
with all speed, to a distant, western city.
Ugh! how homesick I grew on the
journey, and wnat would l uavo given to
bavd stretched my legs, oh, ever so little 1
But no, I cried with all the Btrength of my
being Let me out! Let me out! but the
tears rusted in my eyes the great iron
engino puffed the louder the busy world
moved od, and hope, having forsaken me,
I sank into a stato of oblivion.
When or how my destination was reach
ed, I never knew, but on day I felt a cool
breath on my bald crown, and on looking
up, (I perceived a dry goods clerk bending
over my prostrate form ; he helped me to my
feet and out of the box, transferring me to
a bright, little brunette, who stood waiting
at the opposite counter; she nodded and
smiled at my deliverer, and, placing me in
a coquutisti handbag, sallied home.
My new position was a novel one. The
only occupants besides myself were a post
ago stamp, a button hook, three or four
melted chocolate creams, and a wad of
chewing gum. As I found myself in such
quarters, I determined to make the best of
my position, and immediately began a
vigorous conversation with my companions.
My acquaintances were quite talkative, and
tho chocolate extremely gushing, so much
so, that, as I felt myself being embraced,
I began to think those chocolate- creams
decidedly soft and certainly very familiar
on short acquaintance,
jjl had just arrived at this conclusion
when I was ruthlessly jerkod out hy the
n.pe of the neck, and deposited in the ex
treme bottom of a hairpin receiver in the
young lady's room.
Left to my reflections, I soon discovered
I was standing on my head. Tho torture
of the following hours is indescribable, for
the most dreadtul pains pervaded my whole
system, my eyes nearly bursted from their
sockets, and cold shivers prevailed in tho
region of tho spino all night. I remaiued
in great agony until the next evening when
I was poked out the top, and fell with a
bump on a hard surface which proved to
be a marble dressing case.
Thinking I would not bo observed by
the little lady who stood before tho mirror
arranging her hair in a Grecian coil, 2
sneaked with weary limbs behind a friend
ly toilet bottle, but had just stopped to rest
when I was picked up and jobbed in the
very centre of the massive pilo very much
to my discomfiture for those heavy t resins
were quito a strain on my poor back. Her
toilet complete, I was soon lost to view in
tho soft moBhcB of a fluffy, jink silk hood,
am! in a short time found myself in the
How dreadfully awkward I was at first,
for, owing to tho extreme length of a cer
tain portion of my body, it was with somo
difficulty I got around. In a few turns,
however, I had conquered the waltz, but
got so mixed in the polka and was really
cmbarrased ; as I went faster and iaster I
became so nervous and dizzy I determined
on suicide, as my only relief and with one
frantic jump I leaped from tho top of the
maiden's head, and landed in an obscure
corner with only a broken nbl
I spent the night in my new quarters,
but was discovered early the next morning
by the fair hostess of tho previous evening
who was slceniiv searchinc about for a
shoe buttoner. Thinking I would answer.
I was seized and forced through a button
hole, when whack! my'back broke injt wo,
and I became a helpless cripple.
For a long tune I was used miscellane
ously, but chiefly to pick nuts. A short
time since, however, I became such a total
wreck, that I was swept out hero in the
rain to die.
W.ary of life-rusty and old,
A broken backed hairpin am I;
Wear? of life it, toll and strife,
Farewell! myetdryis told.
Aur M. W.-
Gt. Locis, June 0, 1884.
For The Bulletin:
A German Translation.
Sweet aa the exhalations of a rose,
Perfuming all that In the garden crows,
U thu south wind eBtraying through, the palms
Singing to music of their love graid pealma.
Heaven, thou art bright and many aru thy
Scatter them down upon thla world of ours,
That human life may plant in human breast
A garden of eternal bloom and rest.
Within the sunshine waves thu tateeled core,
The fruit rod-blushing meets tho blushing
Upon the mountain grapti In clusters grow,
Tho still herds graze; know they tho father's
Are aver pru.slDg where love and beauty meet?
W. V. ambdix. river editorof i'ns lii'r.i.KTim
and ateiwnboat passenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Ollite
ul Bower's European Uotel. No. 7J Ohio levee.
-River 12 feet 7
ST AO ES OF THE IUVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 20 feet 2 inches and ris
Chattanooga, June 14. River 8 feet 7
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, June 11
inches and rising.
Louisville, June 14. River 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, June 14. River 8 ft 11 inches
Pittsburg, June 14. River 5 feet
dies and falling.
St Louis, June 14 River 21 ft 2 inch
es and falling.
The Mary Houston, 7 days out from New
Orleans, passed up for Cincinnati yesterday
at 8 e. m. She had 000 tons of freight and
was full of passengers, some of tho people
who embarked here had to tkc cot9. Capt.
Lew Kates kindly surrendered his elegant
quirters in the texas.
The Gus Fowler had a good trip yester
day. She brought down 30 hogshead of
tobacco for the M. V. T. Co
The Dacotah from Pittsburg passed here
fo rSt. Louis yesterday morning. She had
all she could "tote."
Tho Minnetonka, which is in the em
ploy of ''Uucle Sam," arrived and departed
The Andy B.ium from Cincinnati arrived
here at 3:30 p. m. yesterday. She had a
good trip but did very littlo' business hero.
She left tor Memphis at 0 p. m.
Business on tho wharf yesterday very
dull; weather warm and tho wharf boat
boys looked lazy.
The brass band on the Andy Baum re
minds us very forcibly as a first-class
Chiueso tin-pan party.
Capt. Jesse K. Belle, of New Orleans,
with his family, were passengers on the
Maiy Houston enroute for Louisville, Ky.,
where they will spend the summer.
The Arkansas City from Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis last night.
The Hudson with a good trip passed up
for St. Louis last night.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
will report this evening for Vicksburg.
Tho Dexter from Evansvillo will come
through to-day and leave shortly after her
Tho Centennial from St. Louis is duo
here to-morrow for New Orleans.
Tho Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis is duo
hero for Cincinnati to night.
A coal boat rise at Pittsburg has disgorg
ed over 1100,000 bushels of coal.
We regret to learn that Sterling Mclntiro
first clerk of tho Guiding Star, is quito ill
with malarial fever at his homo in Now
Tho finest rubies nro found in Ava,
Siam and Peru; others nro found in
India, Ceylon, Australia, Borneo and
Sumatra. Tho Bunnoso mines havo
long been famous; tho working ot them
is a royal monopoly, and tho King has
among other titlos that ol Lord ot tho
Rubies. Tho llrazillinu ruby is de
clared to bo rt pink topaz, inferior to
tho true' ruby, yellow in its natural
state, and colored artificially.
Euilli'iuaken and Luminous Paint. ;
Tho connection betwoen earthquake!
and luminous paint would hardly be
apparent to anyone without explana
tion. It nevertheless exists, and the)
recent earthquakes In our own country
havo served to remind us of its exis
tence. As a matter of fact, large con
signments of thla paint aro sent to those
countries where earthquakes aro pro
valcnt. Tho uso to which it is pat in
vests it with tho utmost importance
Just for the tow critical moments of the
shock. In tho Philippine islands,
whero earthquakes aro not uncommon,
small metallic plates coated with lumi
nous paint aro so placed about the
!)rcmisos that at tho first warning tho
nmatcs aro quickly guided to the door,
and thus to tho strcot. In Manilla it
is laid on in patchos about the bed
rooms and staircases, sorviD2 as guides
for tho door-handles and tho stairs,
night light being considered as es
pecially dangerous as likely to sot fire
to tho falling houses, and thus to roast
tho inmates in their own homes. It
follows that thoso who lire in districts
likely to bo visited by earthquakes will
do well to adopt this plan, and to burn
no fianio lights at night, especially in
tho caso of gas, tho pipes for which
might be broken asunder, and the gas
eseapo and tako fire. Tho gas should
bo turned off at tho main nightly, and
luminous labels be so placed as to Indi
cate tho door handles and other guides
to tho main point of egress, which
would enablo tho residents to find their
way out of their house in tho dark be
fore tho walls perchanco buriod them.
It will bo rcmemborod that at Ischia
thoro was just sufllcicnt timo between
tho first shock of tho earthquake and
tho downfall of tho Grand hotel to per
mit thoso who acted promptly to save
their lives. Iron.
Mexican "Peelers" and Street Cars.
Newcomers in tho City of Mexico,
Bays tho New York Sun, aro surprised
on finding so many of the conveniences
common to largo cities at home, such
as tho telephouo, tho olectrio light, &
polico force, and an excellent street-car
service. Tho electric lights aro on the
tops of iron rods running up from the
gas lamp-posts. Tho polico are far
more soldierly than thorogular army of
tho country. They wear a bluo flannel
suit, the coat buttoned up, and their
cap has a covering of whito, which,
with tho standing linen collar, is, &l
ways immaculate. In their belts or
one side thoy carry a club and on the.
other a largo revolver. If ono wishes
to sco a policeman ho has only to go ta
tho nearest corner, and ho will surely
find him standing there, for ho has no
beat to walk over. Tho speed at which
street cars go is astonishing. They
dash along as fast as mules can pull
them, and as they approach a corner
tho driver give3 a loud toot on a horn
for tho purposo of warning people ft.,
tho crossing to got out of the way,
I understand that a patent has ro
contly been granted in London on a
procoss for forcing designs In cololf
through the hardest substances, such
as stone, ivory, celuloid, wood, etc
As an example of the manner in which
the work is done may be mentioned a
portrait of William H. Vanderbilt; re
cently completod and imported to this
country, A likeness of the millionaire
was painted on a marble slab, and the
block of stone subjocted to the process.
When complotod the portrait present
ed the samo appearance as before, but
the peculiarty was that the colors had
entirely ponetratod tho marbles. The
slab can be sawed into, and each piece
will present a duplicate likeness, or
the niarblo can be dressed down to the
thinness of a shaving and the portrait
will still remain in all its beauty.
To permit yourself and family to
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Allston, Boston, Mass.
Columbus Advocato, Texas, April 31, '83.
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