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1HE DAILY OAIttO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING JULY 18, 1884.
DIXON SPIfS SUMMER 1 IT
OI'KN JUNK 1 TO OCTOBER I.
TJiJHMS: per week. Special Kates to
lVa.mil ios on .Application.
ANALYSkToF ONE GALLON OF WATER.
SI-JUNO NO. 1 . fSI-RINO NO. li.i SIMtING NO. ii.
(i if A INS.
Curb of Iron 122.0 Silicates
Chloiideof Inm tnice:Sulphate of Iron...,
Sulphate of Iron truce Carbonate of Iron..
Alkalies It'j.O 'Alkalies
Chloride ol ' So.liuin . . . 010 (Sulphate of Alumina. . 00 7 jSulphhate of Magnesia n.N
Sulphate Alumina. .. . 4?.0 ISulpliatttnf Magnesia. . 11. iL'arlionio Acid Guh 17.8
Sulphate Lime 00.0 Chloride of Sodium... . 31.1 jSulph. Hydro. Gas. .. . 10.3
Sulphate Magnesia.... U2.0 jChloiide of Calcium. . 114 'Alkalies 05.4
Address J. K. LUMEN, Lessee,
Allen Sptiugs, Pope Co., Ills.
E. A. BURNETT,
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Dodder to a Three-Sheet roster on the 'shortest notice and
in the best style, ami at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
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anon traiL 'rum I airo arrive in r.fw York Monday
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rv o'ticr ronto.
ltfYr thn!!c!i ticl-otr and further iiiforniatiot
Bi'piy kt Illiuolr Central Kaiiroad Dvpot. Cairo.
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KtSr-N'OTE. Chani-es will ho pu'ilislied from
time to tlm in city pnpere. Chantrc your canip ac
cordinuly. W.M. II. ML'Hl'HY. P. M
The BEST remedy in the WORLD for the Cure
OF ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Tt Is a Sped lie for tlic cure of Falling ol tli
"Vnmb, Li tinorrlmM. Pain In tlio Hack, Painful
ir Suppressed MenHtniiilinn, I'IoimIhii.'. raliit
Iiik Sensations, and all the va-led trouiles ut
tcndliiK the period known as Change of Life.
MERRELLS FEMALE TONIC
and STKEMiTII to tlie Ltkri.n k I'i nc tioj--.
exeltlnn healthy act Ion. and restoring them lo
their normal condition, It is pleasinit to the
taste, MAY I1KTAKVN AT ANY TIMK, lllld iS
truly a "Mother's Friend." I For further ad
Vleo read Merrell's Aliiianun.l Full directions
With Piieh holtle. I'l'lee, Prepared hv
JACOB S. MERRELL, St. Louis, Mo.
F;0ld by all Liruiiulsts and Dealers in Medicine.
-1 '.: 'Silicate? 12.3
23.1 Oxide of Iron 12.1
11.0 Oxiili; of Aluminum... 015
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tho Ilr.meopsthic treat
naii! of nr'ic!tl disc ..sen. and d!i-v of women
OFFICE On 11th llreet, oppts:te the Post
jff.ee, Cairo. 111.
JJU. J. K. STRONG,
129 Coiuiiiciciiil Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI-Ult, ELKCTUOVAI'OR axd MEDICATED
A ady in atteniiar.ee.
jyi. E W. WIIITI.OCK,
Orrii-?,'o. I"' Conmsrcial Avunae, h'wcen
t.i'jii.d Mhth Streci
G. PARSONS, M. I).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE- l;y Dr:ig Story, Cartiondale, 111.
THE IT T Y X ATI O A A L HA N K.
:i oiiio i.evj:e.
A General nankin? Uusiness
i'H AS. IIAI.LlDAY
JXTEUriliSE SAVING DANE.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS RAN K.
TriOS. A'. IIAIjI.UJVV,
Commercial Avenue and Eiclith Street
F, rtnoss, Prendenf .
11. WELl.S, O'.sMer.
I P. NrFF. ViecPres'nt
I T. J. Kerth, Af!'t casn
F. Brnp Ca'ro I William K;ir.e. .Cairo
Peter NeiT William Wolf.... "
C. M . UM.-rloh " I C. O. I'atier "
K.A.Uador " I II. Welln '
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledonia.;
A UEE'tAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exehangi: fold and bought. Interest paid li
the Saving? Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
TT gg ?
I Hi I Nil 5P
The use of gasoline, in any foim, upon
premises where the building or its contents
ate covered by insurance, forfeits tin.' insur
ance unless a permit in procured from tho
company or agent who isi-ued the policy.
J I. II. Candle.
Weils & KKitrir.
CUNMMIIIAM ii VOCL'M.
llll M. J. Howi.kv.
To tlie I'liblic
Having this ilay bought out Messrs.
Goldsiiuu & Il'isuu water's clotliin di-part-nieiit
ami ytnta' furnishing (,'oods, I wouM
res)ectl'uily ask a 1 i 1 eral patronage of tho
puiilic in beliall of my brotln r, O. T. lilt-
ock, v,lio will iiavc tlie manaKtmciu of trie
liu.iint'es. Very Ittsncctfullv,
E. W. Wiiitlock,
Ca i no, 111., July Mli, 18S4.
Tin: umlcrsi-'iieil take this opportunity
of lnl'uriiiiuy tin; public that wo have this
lay sold our clothing department to .nr.
E. V. Wiiitlock, to be continued as tlie
same at the old stand. Having concluded
ojee to go out ot the clothing buiiuess, to
enable us to pay full attention to the dry
goods and carpet department, we cheerfully
recommend Mr. Wiiitlock as a gentleman
of ability and integrity. We re? pectfully
ask our patrons t bestow a like a favor on
our sucet ssor as we have received while
conducting this business.
We thanks our friends for past favors
nnd hope die same will bo shown the new
firm. Vtry Respectfully,
Goldmine & Rosenwateu.
Cairo, 111., July 13th, 1S84. 3t
Fiies, ronchis, ants bed-bugs, rats, mice,
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by ''Rough
on Hits." 13cts.
A Startling: Di-eovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many yearn, and that all
remedits tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery fi r Consumption, Coughs,
and CoLN, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure ail Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or DroriehUl Tubes.
Trial D -tt Its Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size l.Oit. ()
hnckien's Arnica salve
Tlie Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblaius,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Files. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
5 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile has been almost
helpless for five years, so helpless that she
could not turn over in bed alone. She used
two bottles of Electric Bitter?, and is so
much improved, that the is able now to do
her own work.''
Electric Bitters will do all that is cl-dmed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Only fifty
cents a Dottle at Barclay Bros. ('')
Walsiivii-i.e, III., August 20th, 1SS:J.
After the birth of my first child my
recovery was very slow, and it seemed to
me that I should never get well again.
The doctors who treated me did not seem
to understand my case, or if they did, were
unable to restore me to my former health.
I grew weaker and poorer for months nnd
thought I should die. Finally I was in
ductd to try Merrell's Female Tonic, and
t'i my juy and surprise I found myself get
ting stronger almost from the first dose, and
after using one buttle I was as strong and
as well ever before. Respectfully,
Mits. Mattie A. McBhiel.
If you arc failing; broken, worn out and
nervous use "Wells' Health Renewer." $1.
If you are tired taking the large old
fahionc l griping pills try Carter's Little
Liver Fills and take some comfort. A man
cun't stand everything. One pill a dose.
Tliey Will Surely Find You.
They are looking for you everywhere.
Drafts of air in unexpected places, going
from hot rooms to cool ones, carelessness
in changing clothing: In short anything
which ends in a "common cold in the
head.'' Unless arrested this kind of cold
becomes seated in the mucous membrane
of the head. Then it is Catarrh. In any
and all its stages this disease always yields
to Ely's Cream Balm. Applied to the nos
trils with the finger. Safe, agreeable, cer
tain. Price fifty cents.
If you are losing your grip on life, try
"Wells' Health Keuewer." Goes direct to
weak spots. (3)
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along tho lice 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 tanning and grazing
lands in tlie world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $:i00 and f 1.00 per ncre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkanras and Texas,
in 1932, and make up your mind to go and
sec for yourself when yon learn t lint the crop
for 188:) is 50 per cent larger than that of
18S2. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towxsend, Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The man blind for years, who suddenly
finds his sight restored to his eyes, is scarce
ly happier than he who, deprived cf tho use
of his limbs by descase, regains strength
and vigor in joint muscle. A. B. Davenport
of 307 Fultou St., Brooklyn, N. Y., suffered
from a continuous attack of rheumatism for
nearly two years. Atnlophoms proved to
him a renewvr of his youthful activity.
To Lira tho great specific for rhcumatiBtn
and nouralgia came as a dearly prised blessing.!
Hie Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL l'AI'KIt OF AI.KXASDF.lt COUNTY
iN'lUUUJ AT Til i CAIRO l'OSTOKKICK FOU
tllANSMISSlO.N TIIHOtOIITIlE M.VIL8 AT
SECOND ( LASS 11ATKS.
Axioms of the Democratic platform,
relative to the Republican party and its
administration of the public's affairs: "Tho
Republican party during its legals, its
stolen aud its bought teuures of power, has
steadily decayed in mark, character and
political capacity. Its platform promises
are now a list of its past failures. It de
mands the restoration of our navy. It hi3
qmndered hundreds of millions to create
a navy tint does not exist. It calls upon
Congress to remove the burdens under
nhich American shipping has been de
pressed. It imposed and has continued
these burdens. It professes the policy of
reserving the public lauds for small hold
ings by actual settlers. It has given away
the people's heritage till now a few rail
roads and non residents aud individuals and
corporations possess a larger area than that
of all our farms betweed the seas. It profes
ses a preference for 4'rce institutions. It
orangize 1 and tried to legalize a control of
State elections by federal troops. It pro
fesses a desire to elevate labor. It has
subjected American workmen to the com
petition of convict and imported contract
labor. It professes gratitude to all who
were disabled or died in the war, leaving
widows and orphans. It left to a Demo
cratic Heuse of Representatives the first
effort to c'iualie both bounties and pen
sions. I proffers a iiledce to correct the ir
regularities of the tariff it created and ha3
continued them. I'g own tariff commis
sion confused the need of more than 20 per
cent reduction. Its Conzress ime a reduc
tion of le3 than 4 per cent. It professes
the protection of American manufacturers;
it has sulijecte 1 them to an increasing flood
of manufactured goods and a hopeless
competition with manufacturing nations,
not one of which taxes raw materials. It
professes to protect all American industries;
it has impoverished many to subsidize a
few. It professes the protection of Ameri
can labor; it has depleted the returns of
American agriculture, an industry followed
by half cur people. It professes the equal
ity of all men before the hw; attempting
to fix the sUtus of coloredcitizenc. The acts
of its Congress were overset by the decision
of its courts. It accepts anew the duty of
leading in the work of ; progress and re
form. Its corrupt criminals are permitted
to escape through contrived delays or actual
connivance in tlie prosecution. Honey
combed with corruption, outbreaking ex
posures no longer shock its moral sense; its
honest members, its independent journals
no longer maintain a succesuful contest for
authority in its councils or a vote upon
He is 47 years of age.
He is a member of the Presbyterian
He is a large man and good looking.
His mustache is very heavy and almost
He is a hard woiker and a very steady
When busy during the summer weather
he sheds his coat.
He doesn't like horses ami prefers pedes
trian exercise to riding.
lie is said to be charitable and kind to
As a lawyer he ranks well, but is not
Serious trouble dutiug his engagement to
a young lady prevents him from trying it
He has had the good fortune to keep out
of scandals, although he has invited them
Buffalo calls him the best Mayor she
ever had, and if he loses in November she
wants him again.
He is a good Democrat, hut he will give
a Republican an office if the Republican is
better qualified than the Democrat.
Every Member of our Club, writes Mr. J.
I). Kingsley, Secretary, Holy Cross College
Gymnasium, Wrocester, Mass., speaks of St.
Jacobs Oil, tho Great German Remedy, as
the best cure they have ever used.
riaza Hats Bonnets C o 8 1 u in e s
Matrons and Young Beauties
Notes. The .Saratoga piazza hat is a delicious
combination of Valenciennes luce and mull;
strings of mull or no strings, as the wearer
may determine, but the soft glow of rosy
light so often throw n on tho face by linings
of pink mull is certainly charming. Oc
casionally they are additions of flowers,
ribbon bows, or velvet, but mull and Valen
ciennes suffice to product) something ex
tremely pretty. Neither is tho rcull-trini-med
Leghorn flat at all flat in general es
teem, but very piquant rather, and adorned
with a simple flower or two vies in popu
larity with tho rose poke, where roses aro
massed above tho fashionable brow with
tho one view of getting as many as possi
ble in a given space. Some of tho hand
somest shade hats aro trimmed with plain
colored or embroidered crape without any
other addition. A hat of any kind, never
theless, (except for church or driving), i a
thing easily dispensed with provided one
Ins a parasol, and doubtless there are those
who put the coat of the hat into something
else, for all sorts are here, ami the black
bilk of the Professor or Clergyman's wife
takes rank with the soap manufacturer's
or pill maker's brocades. Capotes como
swarming out for tho afternoon drive; dear
little crapo capotes, lookiug so cunningly
rich Bnd so captivatingly expensive that
ono feels perfectly satisfied with them until
straws como along, just as expensive, just
as cunning. Ono stares aud knows not
which side to take.
Ditto as to dresses; tho entire satisfaction
experienced here being quickly upset by
another there which possibly may be pret
tier. It is a summer of whiteness thin
white goods of all kinds are at a premium;
veilings no exception, but others of these
lovely woods are so captivating in their
delicate shades. Oriental minglinga and
gay possibilities, that agaiD, there is a
change of mind, and oao thinks after all
that white in comparison is monotonous.
Still handsomer arc the India and China
silks, which vie with Bhot and changeable
silks, while Steam's American brocades
and Sur th's oro well represented, and it is
evident that these excellent silks have taken
firm hold, not only among the wealthy who
count their costumes by the dozen, but
with a large class of purchasers to whom a
silk dress is a silk dress and who therefore-
think well beforo buyiug. Aside from
their know lasting qualities, they arc ex
tremely pretty and varied in coloring; the
brocades taking on each hue which fashion
dictates, the delicate stripped Surahs run
ning the gauntlet of every stylish shado
from pale gray to gray contrasting., and
made into combination'costumes they form
many of tho most attractive dresses at
summer resorts. Laco and grenadine show
wondrous mixtures and in especial favor
are bodices of one kind and 6kirts of anoth
er, as for example, a velvet bafque and thin
skirt, a Surah or muslin waist with thick
skirt, to say nothing of the jersey, whero
a general befanglemant has gone on until
now and then a prize jersey runs up to ouc
hundred and fifty dollars.
YOCTII AND AO E.
It is a mistake, however, to suppose that
youthful beauties for tho most part are
adorned by Sjratoga finery. These young
creatures are here, enough of them and
pretty enough dressed, but one must be
blind who does not sce'that portly forms
predominate, or forms from which a young
roundness has departed. Well-to-do elder
ly nun como to Saratoga to spend the earn
ings of ahard worked juvenility ;they bring
wives of middle ago on whom they lavish
finery and who delight in showing it.
Prosperous bachelors look admiringly on
lively widows, while parlors and piazzas
re-echo to the voices of widowers who re-
Dew their youth. The young people do
their best to assert themselves. Tho callow
pfilLirrinn flmitio rpcrnttrnltv in flnsiwrr to
the simper of the debutante. But collegians
or youths of any sort arc in a minority.
They have either "gone camping," as I havtj
heard it said indignantly, or are not yet
"on vacation.'' There is a great waste of
amuuition, and girls vow devotion to one
Favorite bracelets are rows of simulated
gold or silver beads set firmly in a narrow
band slightly lapping on tho arm. New
wool dresses are stylishly trimmed with in
sertions and edgings of worsted lace.
Black silk stockings with low-cut slippers,
or sometimes with straps across, arc very
fashionable. Nonpareil velveteen, to judge
from piazza talk, is the only substi'.uto for
Lyons velvet, and wonderful in retaining
its color and quality. The stylish earring
for day wear is a hoop. Pretty devices
vary monotony of idea; as for example,
filagree, enameling, chasing or hammering.
Miss Vanderbilt recently wore a morning
dress conspicuous for stylish simplicity.
Gray-blue camel's hair; plain corsage, belt,
sash and plain round skirt with box plait
ing on lower edge. Bonnet to match with
whito bunch of bachelor buttons. Mrs.
Belmont; dark blue sctin skirt laid in bui
plaits with princess polonaise of pale blue
India silk, finished with lace to match.
Bonnet of white straw trimmed in keeping;
palo bluo silk parasol with lace edging;
mushroom kid gloves. Lucy Carter.
W. P. r.AMnoiN, river editor ol Tnn TiiTi.i.KTiN
nnd "teamlioat pasnetiirer auint. Oriters for all
kinds of Dteamhottt Job printing solicited. Olllce
at Bower's European Uotel. No. 2 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. ni. yesterday, 20 feet 10
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 8 inches.
Chattanooga, July 17. River -1 feet 2
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 17. River 7 feet 0
inches and falling.
Louisville, July 17. River 5 feet 1
inch and falling.
Nashville, July 17.-Rivcr 3 ft 0 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, July 17. River 1 foot 3 in
cites and falling.
St Louis,;July 17. River 20 ft 10 inch
es aud rising.
The Gus Fowler is tho regular mail
packet duo at 2 p. m. daily, Sundays ex
cepted. Passengers going to St. Louis by
rail who como down on tho Fowler and can
take tho Iron Mountain train which leaves
here 7 : 10 p. m. for St. Louij. This is de-
cidcly the moat pleasant route to St. Louis
as this train carries a sleeper.
rhe City of Baton Rouge from New Or
leans parsed up for St. Louis yesterday
morning. Sho was light and was making
The Silas P. Coo from St. Louis is duo
here this morning on her way up the
Capt. Hi Davis, of tho towboat Storm, is
reported dangerously ill at bis homo in
Tho City of Cairo is tho Anchor Lino
packet duo here for St. Louis to-morrow
Tho Hudson lrom St. Louis had not ar
rived lust night when wo closed our river
column. Sho has been detained on account
of business and has some 1,300 or 1,500
sacks of wheat for this place.
Passengers for all points above Paducah
to Cincinnati can connect with the James
W. Gaff by taking the Gus Fowler this
cvoning. The Gaff leaves Paducah to-morrow
morning at 8 o'clock. W. F. Lambdin,
Passenger Agent, will furnish tickets at
Tho Hello Memphis from St. Louis is
due this evening for Vicksburg.
The tino new steamer Buckeye Stato
leaves Memphis this evening for Cincinnati,
will arrive hero early Sunday morning.
Yesterday was tho dullest day in the
steamboat lino at this port that wo know of
John Young, formerly ono of tho pilots
of tho Butler Duncan, has gone homo to
tako a rest.
The Bayou Sara leaves St. Louis Satur
day 5 p. m. for New Orleans aud is duo
here Sunday night.
It is reported that the Centennial, which
is now running from St. Louis to St. Paul,
will soon go to the bank and have an en
tiro new set of boilers placed on her pre
paratory to her entering the trade this fall
from St. Louis to New Orleans.
The Ella Kimbrough left St. Louis yes
terday 5 p. m.for Osage River. She had a
It is a matter of impossibility to secure
a boat here for excursion purposes.
Tho Hudson will report here to-morrow
evening on her return trip to St. Louis.
Hen Uezlep, who has been running tho
engine-room of tho Ironsides, for several
months has laid up for tho balance of tho
summer, nen says ho will help the boys
do tho "dudo" act for awhile.
Hy Warner leaves for Little Rock to
night on tho Iron Mountain train. Ho will
resume his old place in tho engine-room of
the steamer EUa .
Capt. James B. Eads has Teceived dis
tinguished honors at the hands of Princo
of Wales in London. Ho was presented
with an Albert modal of the Society of
Malaria is caused by Torpid Liver;
Piles by Constipation; Headache by Indi
gestion. Avoid them all by using the great
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23 cents. At all druggists. 7
An old tract says: "Tho jury of
twelve was adopted becauso tho proph
ets wero twelve, tho apostles numbered
twelve, there wcro twolvo Jewish
Judges, twelve pillars of tho temple,
twelve patriarchs, twelve- tribes of
Israel, twelve stones in Aaron's breast
plate, twelve gates of Jerusalem, twclyo
months in tho year and twelvo signs in
tho zodiac. When jurios wero first
established, tho Judgo took tho jurors
about with him in a cart until they
agreed. If they didn't agree, they
were lined and imprisoned."
A Dangerous Case.
Rochester, June 1. ISs-j. -"Ten
'e;irs az'i I was attacked with th8 moat
lntei.ee and deathly pains In niy back and
"Extending to the end of my toes and to
"Which made me delirious!
"It took three men to hold mo on my
bed at times!
"The Doctors tried in vain to relievo me,
but to no pnrpose.
Morphine and other opiates 1
"Had no effect!
"After two months I was given up to
"When my wifo
heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters had
done for her, she at once got and gave me
some. Tho first dose eased my brain and
seemed to go hunting through my system
for tho pain.
Tlio second done eased mo to mnch that I
slept two hours, something I had not dono for two
months. Beforo 1 bd u"-'il Hvo bottles, I was)
well and at work ns hard as any man could, for
over three weeks; but I worked too hard for my
strenijih, nnd toklni; a hard cold, I was takon with
tnc moat acuta and painful rheumatism all
through tny system that ever was known.
"I called i he doctors again and after several
weeks, they felt me a crlpsle on crutches for life,
as they said. I met a friend and told him my case,
and he oaul Hop Bitters had cured him and would
cure ma. I poohed at him, but he was so earnest
I uasiuduced to try them again.
Iu less than four weeks I threw away my cratch
es and went to work lightly and kept on nslng tho
hitters for ftvo weeks, iinlll 1 became as well as
any imin living, and have been so for six years
It has also cured my wife, who had been
sick for years; and has kept her aud my
children, well and healthy with from two
to three bottles per year. There is no need
to be sick at all if theso bitters are used.
J. J. Berk, Ex-Supervisor.
"Thrt poor invalid wife.
"Can be mado the pic'uro of health I
"with a few bottles of Hop Bitters!
"Will you lot them suffer?''
larNono gonulns witliont bunch of greeu
Hops on the white label. Shan all the Tile poll,
ommi stuff with "Hop" or "Hops" In their Dims.