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ST. LOUIS SHOE STOEE,
No. 101 Commercial & Oth,
Are still the leaders hi well made boots flifcr
ana snoes an low prices, we nave in
stock some of the best makes of shoes,
besides many solid bargains. Have just
received a 'full line of Children's and
Misses1 Spring Heel Shoes in oil grain,
oil goat and prime kid.
Men's Good Calf Boots, -Men's
Hals and Button London Toe,
Men's Buckle Shoes, good ones,
Misses' Scho d Shoes, well made, -Children's
Button Shoes, OtolOi -
HTDau't forffet our 82.50 Kid and
for Ladies. They urc the Hoss.
TIIE DAILY IiULLETm
OFFICIAL PkVEB. OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
KNTKKED AT TUB CAIRO POSTOFKICH KOH
TRANSMISSION TIIHOLOUTHK MAIL8 AT
8KCOND CLASS KATES.
YITANTED Ladlca and Heut'om 'n In city or
' couo'y ia ihk6 iikoi worn ui muir own nonei,
$3 to 14 . day faally made, work aeiit ly mail ; no
CAnvaaii)2. we nave good aenuuu inr ou' worn
and lurnlh t"a 'v employment. Address, wlih
mmp, CROWS MFG. COMPANY, . Vlue St.,
Cincinnati, omo. ii-n-iui
TV ANTED-Uood wMto nurse Rlrl 1 ' to 14 yea's
' old to take cure of ctilld t year eld. Apply
at Li. u. uayiey t resiueuce, on waaumuiun av
t'nno, oeio fourtli f tm t. at
POR SALE 'One large cunuon stove. Apply at
Tne bullutlu office.
UOK SALE Hayd'.ck Jump-neat surrey, list price
new, g.ui job, lor luqiilrocrli A.
VOH SALE. Hayilock Phaeton, new. lift price
A t. for f k.-luqmre of E. A. Duiuutt, Hullo
"TOR 8LE. Twocottacci on 81th street near
Puplar, and one cnuago ou Poplar above S5lh
street, at a bargain,
tf M.J.UOWLEY, Il;al Estate Agent.
F'R RKNT-Rnaldonce property ofCol. Jaj, 8.
iioa'deu on Fifteontt strum. Uouso contain
ten room., his all needed conveniences and is In
t;uort condition ifeno-ally.
M.J. HOW7 LEY, Real Entate- Agent.
FURNISHED ROOMS-T.) rout, corner of Wash
luk'to.i Ave and Eleventh St. Mrs. F KliliLL-
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
A. N. R iclker, of Evuobville, at tlio
Don't furgot the New Orleans minstrels
at the opera house to-morrow night.
The second term of Vrof. Mason's
dancing school commences to-morrow ev
ening. Motto of the republican national com
mittee: "3o long as there's life there's
The tallest couplj in the tstito took
dinner at Ous. Buttj's. Ererybody looked
up to them.
Gen. Lrnan now being out of employ
ment, frill shortly open a grammar school
All heart sawed and shaved cypress
shingles at Lancaster & Rice Manufactur
ing Co. for $2.50 per thousand. tf
To "Twenty Years in Congress" may
be added four mouths a candidate and
what came of it.
The saddest word of tongue or pen arc
are these it might have been. This
doesn't refer to Jus. O. lilaiue.
Diver aud Armor of Capt. Hiram
Hill's can bo secured by applying to Major
Ld. llalliday on wharf bout No. 2. tf
Mrs. F. M. Simpson, wife of thu post
master at Vienna, and Mrs. Kuykemhll,
were at The llalliday yesterday.
Tho Now Orleans minstrels orry tho
celebrated gold band with them, and will
make a Dne street parade ufter dinner.
The count.-Kccp it offl Put it off!
Do not let tho people know. Tut it olTI
Keep it off! Give our beaten Jim a chow.
"The Anclotits" will hold a busings
meeting at tho residence of C. W. Hender
son to-night. A full atteudanco is desired.
The delay is in somo respects annoy
ing. Hut it is not dangerous. All good
citizens want both parties to come out sat
isfied. Mrs. Win. Dhvis and daughter and
Mrs. A. T. gabin, or Columbus, Ky., nro
visiting Mis. G. W. Strode, on Seventh
No doctor has ever been elected prcM
dent of the United States. Is the school
board really a stepping stono to political
- Out of the wreck or her city ticket in
New York, Tammany seems to have saved
' her soroner, the only officer she now stands
particularly In need of.
Just received at New Ymk store two
cars New York State Apples snd Potatoes
finest In the market, at lowest prices. Tel
ephono ui for price. New York Store. 10
English sparrows have now a footing
In Cairo. It it Dot uncommon to sco a do.
to or moro at once flying about. They
multiply very rapidly and it the Malthinlnti
theory is correct, will in a few years find
the limit of subsistence They wero Intro
82.50 V A V 7
l.oo , $7
Oil limit Shoes
duced some years ago in New York and at
first wero much favored but latterly are not
so well thought of. Their extermination
has been proposed a proposition much
easier made than executed.
The two candidates in the country
who can regard the election returns with
complacency are Judges Andtews and Hi
pallo. Incomplete returns gives to each a
majority of over 1,000,000.
-Not one word wis utttered tlurini tho
campaign against tho integrity mid stal
wart honesty of Grover Cleveland and the
Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks. Tut it iu
black type and don't burn it.
In response to a request for the news, a
well known republican of this city sent tho
following telegram to a Henderson friend:
"A goes New York, so goi s the postoffioe ;
New York bus gone to h- 1 !"
It was not fair in President Arthur to
make his Thank-givrng proclamation a part
of last week's news. Imagine Blaine read
ing the chilling election returns, and wind
ing up with Arthur's recommendations.
The local optionists of 1mtsville ex
press tk j opinion that there will bo a closo
race on the whisky question in that city in
December, for they intend to sgita'.e the
matter thoroughly before the people.
The ladies of tho charily association
aro going to give a ball in Ideal League
hall one week from to-day, to replenish
their exhausted treasury, und tluu be enab
led to go on with the good work they have
Poor old B. F. B! He looks like tho
sister of an olil woman the hogs ate up.
But h must reel even worse than ho lonk9.
Thero is no tilver cup in any bag of meal
for this Benjamin. Gone down wit!; Chan
dler and the Tallapoosa.
Tho autumn leaves are falling and 're
minds one of the drunkard's soliloquy
Leaves have their timo to fall,
And so have I ;
The difference 'twixt them aud me,
I fall moro harder and more frequently.
A young lady in Colorado being in
poor health, her mother offered her ten
cents a scalp for Mpirrcls and agreed to
furnish tho amunitiou besides. In one
week the girl killed 85 squirrels. Hie is
regaining her health and earning money
Argument in the famous trial of Mrs.
Allen M. Cotton, widow of Gen. Cotton,
versus Gov. Stanford, Charles Crocker and
C. P. Huntington was begun Tuesday.
Tho amount Involved is about $3,000,000.
The arguments will occupy six weeks.
.Now lorK.-riny counties now in,
making no material change in the situation,
one way or tho other, and none expected.
Tho Globe-Democrat dispatches of yester
day say republicans have given up and are
paying oil' their bets on New Yoik. It is
only a question of patience.
-An Italian admiral has invented a
sharpnel Bliull for the 100 ton guns; at 30
yards from the cannon's mouth it bursts,
throwing forward 75 smaller projectiles,
which in turn burst, strewing in fan shape,
theck shower of balls and fragments
with terrible destructive effect.
The Lizzie May Ulmer troupe gave a
representation of the diama, entitled
"D.id's Girl," to a fair though not a full
house. The several parts wero very well
rendered. Miss Ulmer and Geo. Ames
were Very true to nature and Beemed to
know exactly how and when to let go.
J no. Donohue, Chas. Lawson, Jno. Ui-
ley, aud Jno. Keeler wero up before Judge
Robinson yesterday, charged with being
ilrunk. In answer to the question which
tho Judge propounded guiPy or not guil
ty each one confessed tho soft impeach
ment aud was fined one dollar and cost f
How would it do when the iLction of
Cleveland and Hendricks it ( flicially do-
ckWmI to liavo a joint parade of the demo
crat auil republican organ) itlom.? This
would bo a pleasuut way of burying tho
hatchet. Afier all, wo are citizens of
common country, nl tho uiMj- rity of us
havo common patriotic iiiipuUeg. S'ale
Tho business irieii and property own
ors along thu leveo are consl'lering the in A
icy of building their atone sidewalk beloio
THE DAILY .UA1K0 BULLttTtN:
the weather changes. By doing so they
can save at least 25 per cont from tho cost
that wotd 1 be incurred by leaving it lor
the city to build. Tho necessity of build
ing it has become more manifest since tho
Wilk has been laid in front of the Planter's
House that uow amounts utmost to an ob
struction, according ( t!io grade of tho
ei:izy old walk.
Most of the I. C. railroad track along
t!ui Ohio below Fourteenth is taken up
exeop'. tho crossing with cars every day
IV on which are being unloaded hay, cub
b t:e, apples, c im and other produce. Tlu
front presents a very busy appearance from
eirly morning until lutein tho evening
and still you are not satisfied.
There aro two c unities ih New Yoik
whore the result afford a curiom stu ly for
politicians. They are Monroe and On 'Ha.
la the former Blaine's vote exceeds that of
(tirllel l by about 11)00, and in the latter
Cleveland's vote is about 11)00 greater th tti
Hancock's. Monroe ia tho hornn uf the
Hon. Win. Puicell, an I Oneidt is the home
of the 11 ui. Rocoe Conkling,
' What constitutes a suto?
Not navies proud
Nor starred aud spangled court-,
Where low-bom baseness wafts perfume '.o
But men, high-minded men
Men who their duties know,
But know their rights,
And knowing, dare maintain them."
Regarding Grau's English opera com
pany wiiioli occupies tho opera house
boards Monday snd Tuesday evenings, we
wish to B'iy that two companies are on the
road under the Grau management, French
ami English, the former playing in St. Lou
is this wick. This explanation is necessa
ry to head off the croaker, who at once dis
cover that tho "original compiny is playing
at St. Louis'."
The Egyptian Press says: '-In Marion
the farce of prohibition goes steadily on.
The people who used.quor go to Carterville
and get it. The pccple ought to be allow
ed to spend their money at homo. The
rule of spundiug your uiotiey at home ap
plies as well to the liquor trafiio as to any
other department of trade." Certainly.
Why not have a home lottery also, instead
ofseudiug our money to New Orleans.
Stait one in Marion and keep your money
at homo by all uumi.. There's money in
Knowledge is power and wealth is
power, but more potent than either is the
truth. The natural ability and learning of
Mr. Blaine, the vast wealth of Jy Gould
was more than matctied by tho artless dec
laration, "Tell the tiuth." This gave the
country an inside view. The people like
candor plain old-fashioned honesty in
all things. When such principles and good
nanl sense are United tiey make a strong
team and are bound to win. The old max
im, "False in one, false iu all'" may be
changed to "Tricky in one, tricky iw all"
without losing any of its force.
Two honest, hard working Germane,
named Schneider aud Baumgai ten, settled
in Texas a few years ago. Schneider sold
Baumgarten a horse on six mouths' credit,
and got a neighbor to draw up a note for
the money. Baumgarten signed the noto
and then said to Schneider, "Vat must I do
mit these note?" Schneider says: "You
geebs dor note, den you nose von you must
bay me." Baumgarten said, "Dot i goot."
At t ie end of uix months Baumgarten
brought the money and the rote to Schnei
der and paid him tho money and (aid:
"Now you takes do note, den you nil dimes
nose do money isli paid."
Tho statement that a clime after a wild
sheep in tho Rocky mountains is probably
destined to havo a la-ting influence on tho
destinies of England may scun strange,
but it is true. Chasing a R irky mountain
sheep some time since in Colorado, Hon.
Gilbert Leign, liberal member of pailia
ment for South Warwickshire, fell over a
crag and was killed. At the election to
fill the vagrancy, the Tories to their own
great surprise, elected their candidate by a
handsome maj irity. They arc so blinded
by prejudice thai they now assume this to
havo been a rebuke to Gladstone's liberal
policy, aed declare that they will n ject in
tho lords tho franchise extension hill which
passed thecominons Wednesday. With tho
whole country clamming for tho abolition
of the house of lord-, and with Gla lstone's.
distinct threat that it will bo done if the
issue is forced by the lords ns against tho
people, tho result of the rejection of tho
bill will almost certainly be the wipiti" out
of the last vestige of hereditary legislative
functions in England. Yet if this happens,
as it is probable that it will, which one of
all tho histories will traco hick the causo
of the great revolution to tho wdd sheep in
Blood heat Is sot clown on Fahren
heit thermometers nt )H degroo., but
moro carolul Investigation has shown
that tho teiiiporniuro of a healthy per
son is botweun 102 and 103. Onu-iuilf
u dogroo either wuy linlieuios tin ub
uornml condition, whilo 1 degreu below
would make a doctor shako his bond
ominously. When a fever Honda tho
tompornluro up to 1U0 orlu7 itdoponds
entirely upon thu tuuouiit of fuel on
hand how long tho liro will continue to
burn. Tho tinder in tho blood may bo
removod before tho machinery 1 burn
ed out und tho tires smothered, or tho
vitality may bo kept up until tho tinder
I till consumed und tho lire go down
of thoir own accord. Vitltburg Jjis-1t!clt,
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER u, 188.
Health ol Cairo.
Cairo is ono of the healthh st cities on
eilhei tho O.iio or the Mississippi rivas.
SitiMt' d M sho is upon a delta between
them in toy persons suppose the city would
pos-ts no advantage over other towns
along the river, but strange as it may up-p-ar
Calm is equalled by few ai d excelled
by none in point of h.althinew. There is
no effect whatever without tut adequate
cmiim'. What rea.O'is other may assign.
we do not know, but wo believe it is !ur
principally to the fact of having two lurg
riv ts, one running m cither side. Tin
teinpci iture ot tho water in ono bein-
much lower than in the other. Tho Ohh
a id Tcnno-soe rivers 11 w from the soui
and cast, w Inls! the Mississippi comes d
redly liom the north. In summer the dif
ference is greater than in winter. The ef
feet ol Hi. -e two ttinperalure i to estui.
iimi n cm:. i UK movement o coul nil' 1mm
the MNs'ssioid across the land to fill tin
pirtid v scuu'i: cau-ed by the lifii.g of tl,i
w inner or healed air of tl.o Oiiio. Tlo
t'ectle movement gives way to nny prevail
ing current or wind, but when iu siimui. r
there would otherwise be no current ol hir.
it mov's across the hod, giving to Con
lic.llli ns well a comfort, an 1 what no oth
er place can boast of an inland sen
r.Tiliicah Opera House.
i in-new opera House at raiKCuli was
t . .. . .
d dic iled to the unis-cs last Moudty even
ing, and as m;ght have been expected the
little temple was litterly packed with en
thusiastic Padncahians all bent upon th
enjoyment of the evening. I: would ap
pear that 'he astute management of the
theatre had after great trouble (?) and ex
pense (? succeeded in booking Patti R i
us the splendid (?) attraction lor the open
ing nigh, and in some w ty the p-opin de
cani'! ij,ssel ol the wet that K was the
i'i ii.'WMcl P'ldi, who was to honor them
ins notes. Of eoni-e lhe
phy-,'oeis W"ie on til qui vb and a s;.:'i.
d d turnout w h ine resti!!. Every se it in
the build, n, being I ike i eariy in the day.
The curt'. in nised fi la'iy upon as mi le i.n
affair us disgraced a lhst-cl .s pUy-huij.sc,
It did no: rise to th" dignity of a third-cla.-s
varii-U show. So indignant were the popu
lace that the iii.'inageis were forced o can
cel the con'raet vi:li tin; tmup, which was
fi r two nights, and refuse them admi-sion
to tilt; theatre the second night.
The verdency displayed by tlii managers
of tho new opera hou-e is only equalle i by
the credulity of the citizens, who arrange
to say really believed their litt.o town was
to receive a visit from the fair Italian.
The laugh is on our neighbors this time.
We shall take ('CC'isn u to p. st the I'.tdu-
duchiaiis in fu'ure upon the attraction of
fered for their consi J. Tation, an 1 would
suggest that when they are ilo'in-us of wit
nessing something cx'.rt, t watch Tub
Bl'LI.LTI.n mi 1 be ready to come down.
We are to have nmy li ic CJinpiuies here
tins win'er, an 1 it will pay our Kentucky
fried I to hoar 1 their dim-: mil visit in
on such occa-iom.
Thu P itii Ris'i co'Ujiiiiy ai
ing tho country towni be'.w
: liar istorm
i:il here and
G.0. 1. vs. .J. (i. .
Juntas the Chicago Tribune t-aid four
years ago that if Blaine was nominated the
republican press would be kept bu.y from
thu day of Ins nomination until the day of
the election in defending his chancier.
That 'the principles eninunci i!; 1 iu the two
platforms would be lelt outol sight. Such
has been the fact, the republicans have
been compelled to devote much the Urgi-r
share of time and space to deft ti ling Mr.
Bltiino than in discussing difference iu
principle b twei n the two parties. Blaine's
matrimonial liidibcti'ns, native American
principles, Fisher letter questionable rail
road Hpeeu ation and other dubious trans
actions had to bo attended to they Would
not down, but kept n turning to plague the
inventor. Whether if the parly had nomina
ted sotno less' vulnerable candida'e thus
leaving the ifstio to be decided upon a (nil
discussion of thu political differences be
tween tho two platforms. The result would
have been less favorable to the democrats
must ul ways remain an open question, It
was not done, but we see no reason to sup
pose tho succo-s of th'.' democracy was in
any way depeii lent upon the mit-tako of
the republicans us to their candidate.
The personal honeMy of Mr. Blaine was
inoru than equal to tin: political honesty of
tho platform on which he blood as one evi
dence of this, wo will take the section iu
favor of forfeiting unearned land grants.
The republicans had granted millions of
acres of tho public lands to railway cor
porations. Many of them having wholly
failed to comply with the conditions of the
grants, the people . demanded that these
land should be declared forfeited and re
stored to entry and piu-emplion by actual
The republican platform which was in
tended to bo understood by the people ns a
plain declaration upon this question, was,
nevertheless, so artfully worded. That in
reality it was but a blind to conceal their
real intentions. The pisiform declared In
favor of forfeiting a, I such lands, except In
ciis -s where th re had been tin effort made
in good faith to comply with the conditions
of tho grant. This wa's tlio little joker, for
M U W V J I IV
Wo ton howlrff tan lurii-r
lliivn c bi'tiuiii ,,llr j( Mb mi a de
miuleliy the InrneM in .iiul'aellirers
Our Clnthiiu: is NOT liko oilier Cloflii
hit! which iir
hen lull I inn:
in i y nun. 'iini renr
e ' l liv tt't f Ik ll,:.t im I
FOUR- AM) nVIMUi'lTOXKJ) : ACK SUITS
for tine tru l tlia a-.. . ipn! i en n- -..pc-t in ihn
import,-1 In'.rK-, Tim el with t,,,. , .,,.rl.,,
to e:M.uia ...It. 'tin- ro1ir.li.,.,,-i,.vaV H,, .
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a imr.iu,: ,7lwhi.hw l..r !l
any 111 mir ,- tin,, ni,- e
11 ui, 1 uiii j-i isoii; 1.1: u. 1,1
1.1 111 iki iii.d putti-ri.h.
sIvAIH'u't i'ti! to to our Stock.
M. WWlXHli SOX.
ii I J If WMI v. ,
j?r r 4, :
101 Commercial Ave.,
Tf ol win
WM. )l DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TO,
151 1 tl Cages, Hath Tubs, Water
Agent for Ad.nus &. Wcstlake Oil. (Gasoline and (ins tovcR, Detroit
;i Co., Hamilton Steel I'Iowh, Chilh'd I'lows, Walking Cultivators,
( oi n Shellers, I'lantcis, lite, Ktc.
Nos. 27 &
ti.;,i:jmi(n K no. ho.
und, r mi h a rei-olutioti it is pcr'ectly prac
tical and easy iu every instance to show an
tllort by the organiz ttion of a company, a
survey ni ihe route or any thing else that
could Im; properly iicccpted as an elfot t ill
good fnitli, Not a soigle aero would ever
havereturnel to the national domain for
the beiii-lit of Winking men who need these
lauds for ictuil and not speculative IH' S.
At the laht si.'-sion ol coiigir the lower
h iiiho, largely democratic, passed H bill
with iut a ilisHcnting democratic vote, to
declare foil'eited the Texas Pacific land
grant. Tlo.se land have not aud never
can be earned by a compliance with the
c auditions of the gi int. When this bill
went to the senate, tin; republic tti having
n small mt oiity, quirt'y but very effect
iv, ly s uothi'ptd it.
There c in be no doubt a to tin will of
the people in regard to thino forfeited land
grants. They desire them to be restored
for tho bfiii lit of feUial si tilers. A fair
dicusion an I exp ise of republican du
plicity in thus attempting to deceive,
would havo met and merited a icbuko
from the people.
This same grand old party declared in
favor of "the best money iu the world,"
but carefully refrained In m saying wheth
er the best money iu the world was gold,
tho only kind that go-; the world over, or
whether it was gold and silver, or gold, ml
ver and cntteiicy.
Thu resolution reminds an ordinary indi
vidual of the liberality of the clothing man
Isaacs -y ,m pays your money and takes
your choice. And so wo might proceed
with tho wh ile platform. It can only bo
considered a clumy attempt to succeed on
one set of principles and hold to another.
If the personal record of Mr, llluiuo had
permitted a full discussion of tho princi
ples of the two par;h s It would have been
heller for illaino and worse for his party.
Wo siticeiety Impo th i republican will put
up In I88U a man who has virtue enough to
know when ho is married, and Irmes'y
enough to prove no den) -head to his
Swellings aro reduced by St. Jacobs Oil,
the dead shot for pain.
de.'e'l.M TZL'nf " "''V'ns""r.en1n Southern IlllnoU
V 1 V .V t 1 '"' 'l"'1 ii-Ii,vk r to the pi.lille a lint of (Joorii
rr. In the ha,t at hiicI. low prre- li.ut uo- !.f our cjmp2ti "a ?a
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ft corr.-cl, iilei oi.r pricei, Kuaialiteed luwmi,
A. .:. BUDER,
HAf ivii 4-r T
(old, Diainontk Solid Silver,
P LAT ID-AV A KK.
J-i" Musical In-krumeiits. St. Louis I'l-iceu Implicated.
and Afate AY are,
Coolers & fee Cream Freezers.
(JAIKO OPKJiA HOUSE.
SATURDAY, NOV. 15
The LnuuliinK Kvont!
GORTON'S ' ORIGINAL''
New Orleans Minstrels
Kill ire New Features!
Positively Mipseall Past Efforts!
(Jrand Spectacular Mi iiary Drill!
Uliidiator andiat Clog!
Mammoth Ming and I'aucel
Pantomime in H ack!
The funnleat of all Afterplecoa, entitled
tiVAilmlsslon, 5H anrt 75 rent,
cent. Heal i-ecureil at llmlcrV
(JAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
OCT. 17 it 18.
Grau's English Opera Company!
Iu Slrausa' .Vacterplecu,
"Quoon'tj I live I titmlkorcliiof,"
an! ilia Now York Calno'i Latest anil RrcatcBt
With tlio rol owlmr OreatOnftof Pojiular Artlati:
M1HS nHHSlR OUIIV, fur two Senaoiis with
Ornira Oi era ('i)inpnnv.
MISS IIKLKN t'oOPKH, lato ot New York
MIHSKHTIK AYTtRS,l,ttflofniJon Opera limine
MISS AMY IIAUVKY, lata of fay Templutuu
Oner i Cotn any,
MR, iluSi'.PII (IKKENSIi'EMlEH. lata of New
York C'iinIiii, nntl New Vork Opera Company.
Mil. MAX FimMN. late or Itlru'aOpur.l'n.
MH. Kl'tiKNK IIAUVKY, luio or MuCatlll Ujicra
M it. II. It. WAt.DO, liitu of Cnthurhio Lewis
Opera t'oinialiy, aud oilier,
Superb Chorus and Orchestra
JIIN8 K11K8SIO, Mtis'ral Dltoetor.
l-Wll-serroi teals, Purriaetlo and Painiiotle
Circlii, II. 'l! Jlreaa (,'lrc e. 75, Adtnisalun W, N)
iiml an oviita. Meaorvcd seals on salo at Duiler's