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Saturday, - - - June 8, 1895.
DR. A. G. TrlJ.TA LN,
Graduate Baltimore College of Dental
Surgery. Calce hours. 8 to 1:80--8 to 5.
Over Cassell's Drug Store, Vickeburg, Miss.
L. K. BARBER, S. B. KENNEDY.
BARBER & KENNEDY,
Lake Providence, La.
I'Oicee next door to Postofce.
. S. SWYY,
attor-ney at Laaw.
Lake Providence, La.
Practices in State and Federal Courts,
Local and Parish News.
CLIFTON F. DAVIS,
A.ttorzey at L.aaw,
Lake Providence, La.
At Judge Montgomery's law office.
W. D. BELL,
Surgeon and Practicing Pysiclan.
(Obstetrics a specialty.)
Will respond to all calls, day or nimght.
Oilioe at Bernard drug store. Residence
next to Metodist Chure
Payment for medical services must
be made at the close of each month
Who struck Billie Pat terson.
The river is falling at this point.
Providence can sport of several boot
For cooling drinks these hot days,
call on Guenard.
Col. Joe. A. Buckner was up from
below on Tuesday.
There were lots of knowing ones at
the election on Monday.
The steamer Joe Peters is getting to
be quite a popular boat.
Those hats and bonnets for ladies
at White's, are very pretty.
Our people have commenced to en
joy the water at '.Vest End.
Town elections after this should be
settled by white primaries.
Charley Whittington is the city bill
poster for the Opera Hlouse.
The Police Jury will meet in regu
lar session on Wednesday next.
Miss Emma Bell is home from
Weslyan College of Macon, Ga.,
The sand liar in front of Matheson's c
landing is dropping into the river. t
"The nigger in the wood pile" was I
the bone of contention on Monday. t
The thermometer has been necking d
around the hundred point this week. 'I
Three or four more bicycles will 0
arrive in a few nars for some of our
.We are under obligations to Capt. g
W. S. Brown, U. S. engineer, for I
Mr. T'. II. ofiTe and little girl, of the a
first word, were visitors to town on b
T'he weeds are about to take the it
town. Attention street and bridge k
The first wa s' petit jury was com- pi
posed of eightttn whites and twelve at
Cotton is up to seven cents, and it la
to be hoped that it will continue
onward and upward. -y
The commissioners oIlhe town elec- at
tion were Mesrs. W. [I. Fisher, 8. lo
Stein and D1. Gilmore.
Mr. Q. P. Wella, Jr., a promnlaent a
lawyer of Delhi, has been in aitedadne b
on our court this week. G
The planters are now wanting rain pt
for their erops. The rain of last Tues- th
day night was not enough.
Miss Desale Bell purchasbed the Ice th
plant at sheriffs sale on Saturday.
The prIce paid was 760.00 la
The weedg, the weeds. Street and
Dridjo Codlnittee n't you do some
t k~b re the sidewalkstre taken?
sea~, ida Gard~mm sad Mary y
Turner returued from lbhaven Col
lege, Jektan, MIs., on Satuirday even
Capt. W.-II. Slamelder hea been on p
the lick list fit a fw days. Glad to *
report he is able now to eat three ag
mule a day.
If you are contemplating a trip to of
Vieksburg or Memphis, take the Joe Io
Peters, the Messrs. Cummins will make
you feel at home. d
Prof. W. C Stubbs of Calhoun Ex..
perimental Station and Mr. Ages of at
Memphis weAt preomlumnt viaitorto
our town this week. re
We regret to learn that owing to ill da
haltH the Rt. Rev. Bishop 8essums Ie T
obliged to temporarily cancel his ani
viaitation to this place. for
Judge Montgomery's charge to the
lgrad jury we striotly to the poilat,
and If they follow his laltructions, no
gtlty person will esaepe. m
Mis S edll Pond, earmg yen
Ildy Srm the Moend, ti t sne w
ward, war visitInl MrLC.J. C. Purvi
hle b aw daye*ls week.
Mak ,. eedwi baee wpped bte
Il a t e oe a hen,. le Isnow me
I Ath ng. the nd *$t`rose
J~ · 34.
TO THE TRADE.
On orders qf 25 dozen or over, will
. Pre-pay ~Ireigtt.
@JiPJ. 6 P. Coats' Spool Cotton
at 4a less 7 per cent. This price is
L to merchants only.
W. N. WHITr, AoT.
Don't forget next Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday nights. A real treat
DY. is in store for our people. Mr. John
Lavins of Vicksburg, equal to any leec
turer in the United States will be pres
ent. Turn out to hear him. He Is
equal to Bob Taylor, Gordon orany of
There ain't no doubt of it, but we've
0. got some smart politicians right here
in our midst, and as Providence is
most too small for them after last
Monday's election, our advice is to get
to larger fields as soon as possible.
- What they think they know! Well,
the head one on the list in Orleans
ain't 'er patching.
Mr. Maurice M. Sexton, of Monroe,
La., General Agent for North Louis
iana of the Union Central Life Insur
ance Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, has
been In our town this week talking in
surance. We found him totea pleas.
ce ant and agreeable gentlan. Mr.
st Tobe Delony is agent for this terri
ith tory, who will call on our citizens later
in the summer and fall.
The dance given by the Military
Company on Monday night was very
enjoyable, every person present seem
of ed to have had a pleasant time. The
boys of the company showed up to
the number of thirty-three, all in
uniform. We understand it' is the in
m tention of the company to give a ball
every three mouths, not to cost any
at person a cent.
Some time ago I was taken sick with
to a cramp in the stomach, followed by
diarrhoea. 1 took a couple of doses of
cs Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy and was immediately
'n- relieved. I consider it the best medi
ceme in the market for all such ohm
be plaints. I have sold the remedy to
others and every one who uses it speaks
ill highly of it. J. W. Strickler, Valley
Center, Cal. For sale by J. S. Gue
m The worst thing about Jeans Pants 1
Is that they keep some wife, mother,
t's or sister constantly sewing rips and
buttons. The best thing about the I
as BUCKSKIN BREECHES Is the fact
that the buttons stay on and seams
ig don't rip as long as the pants last.
k. That's a good while longer than any
ll other pants will wear.
Messrs. J. G. Purvis and T. F. Mont
t gomery haye leased from Mr. Phil
or McGuire the livery stable, corner
Sparrow and Lake streets and will run
1e a first class livery business. They
n have several first class teams, and will d
pay strict attention to all business en
e trusted to them. What Purvis don't
'e know about horse flesh and the livery g
business ain't worth knowing. They c,
propose to keep a first class livery B
e stable, and know how to do It. See S
their advertisement in anothercolmino.
e Last Saturday evening the steamer
Joe Peters took on a large levee outfit
at Point -Lokout for a point just be- C
Slow Greenville, and returned Sunday
noon to Goodrich's .landing for A
t another large outfit, which she took on
a board for a point a few miles abipe
Greenville. The officers of the Joe S
SPeters are populat steamboatmen, and w
their business is ncreaslng all. the ti
time. Capt. Cummins was tellig us re
Sthat in the fell he intends patttdlI a
larger and faster boat stan the Joe th
SThe New Orleauns Picayuae says:
e fact that smallpox is prevalent in
brery part of the State which has any
counsiderable conqection with St. Louis,
where the disease has been long It
epidemic, makes it necessary that
every precaution should be taken
againat this loathsome pestilence."
We believe it Is the duty of our Board
of Aldermena to see that every person
in town sla vaccinated. The loathsome to
disease seems to be going the rounds, wi
and we are liable to have it among us le
at uay time. -
Some srson tried to break into the ,
resieldence of Mr. J. G. Purvis on Moun.
day night while they were at the danee.
There are too many straglers In town, ths
and the vagrant law should be en- lc
forced. Make the loafers get out. O
TRE MISSING IJNK. * cre
We're the link between mnakers ando
uersotfHousebold Faruitu~e. Whole- his
sale pries guaranteed. We sell tor the
werld's largest faetorres. SMd br
a e stage . o6 S s A1ge
ea Furaltre Ageey, s Gileab, KaU m. ste
It the Mayor and loDSl of Alder- Th
the thwr t rh tb .oiw
gplke the lmag mtew or n
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THE TOWN ELECTION.
will The town election on Monday last
was one of the hottest contested, as
tton far as the position of marshal was
e is concerned, that we have had for
several years. The marshal's office
T. was the coveted prize, and after the
poles closed and the commissioners
commenced counting the votes, one of
-thq aspirants would be ahead and
then the other, and it was an impossi
bility to tell who would be elected
tres- until the very last vote was counted.
SMr. W. A. Blount, the present marshal,
yof was elected by only four majority.
Mr. R. C. Green, his opponent, made a
e've strong run, and if he had been elected,
here he would have made a first class
e is officer. Mr. Blount comes as near
last making a perfect officer as the town
get ever had; and for an officer to do his
ible. duty, as he has done since he has been
Tell, marshal, he is bound to make enemies.
tans One thing can be said of him-he
shows no partiality-rich and poor,
roe white and black, all are treated the
sur- Mr. E. J. llamley was elected Mayor
has by a very large majority; iun fact larger
iu than we thought he would be, and
as, shows the high esteem in which he is
Mr. held. 'his makes the fourth time the
rrl- people haveseen fit to honor him as
ster their Mayor.
Mr. Dan O'Sullivan, who was elected
Secretary for the second time, knows
ary his business, and no Board could hard
cry ly get along without him.
sm- We tried to Bud a paper on our files
rbe that would tell us the first time Mr.
to Yancey Bell was elected Treasurer of
in the town of Providence, but it was im
in- possible. lie makes a fine officer, and
ball as long as he wishes t6 hold his pres
my ent position the people will see that he
handles the cash.
ith The Board of Aldermen are all first
by class business men, and have the wel
f are of the town at heart.
ar- The entire ticket was re-elected, and
ely will hold office for the next two years.
-di There were 196 votes cast, but
several were thrown out on account
of the mayor and marshal not being
sks scratched, the names of the two
ley mayor's and the two marshal's haviug
been printed on one ticket. The vote
was as follows:
ets E. J. Hamley .................. 155
er, G. M. Franklin ............... 31
he D. O'Sullivan ...................184
ma Yancey Bell .....................186B O
at. BOARD OF ALDE-RMEN.
Jas. Beard .................. ...181
V. M. Purdy ....................175
W. H. Schneider ................179
ut- N. Fousse .......................168
hil Chas. R. Egelly ..................179
per W. A. Blount ........ . ......... 94 1
nn R. C. Green.,.. ................. 90 1
ey Six scattering votes were cast for
ill different citizens for Aldermen.
s't The following citizens composed the
ry grand jury for the present term of
ry B. L. Hill, Foremau.C. N. Hall,
ce Steve Pullinu Jordon Doll,
H. II. Graham, J. Steit,
e. Wessly Young, Gills l)ellar,
er V. M. Purdy, Geo. McKee,
ti lenry Day, R. J. Burney,
Alf. Hill, J. W. Pittman,
e- Chas. Braxton, Clarence Seighers.
, A REMARIKABLE CUBE OP RHEU.
e Westminster, Cal., March 21, 1894. s
o Soble time ago, on awakening one g
d morning, I found that I had rheuma
me tism in my knee so badly that, as I p
a remarked to my wife, it would be Im- si
a possible for me to attend to business t
e that day. Remembering that I had a
some.of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in
my store I sent for a bottle, and rub
bed the afficted parts thoroughly with
it, according to directions, and within B
an hour I was completely relieved. bt
SOne application had done the business. in
g It is the best liniment on the market, V
and I sell it under a positive guaran- J.
tee. B. T. Harris. For sale at Gue
nard's drug store.
a Capt. Frank C. Leathers wishes us m
elto say that the steamer Saint Joseph
Swill continue to run between New Or
a leans and Lake Providence until fall. hi
lie says that he will run the boat all
summer, whether he makes money or
* not. 0O
S Mr. Jas. Beard, Jr., returned trom
,the State University on Saturday last,
- looking the picture of good health. to
Our populsr young friend passed a t
credible examination in Civil Enj
aneeriog, and brout back with him th
Shis sheep skin. abeess Jim. of
The Police Ju r beir meetlqg on
Wednesday jmext ld take swrcb
Ssteps as may be to prevent
thelaportation of snipl. It in lo
several towns lI the State 4ad read i
Iqstm alaru i g rate. The sbm r.
lnhu re at g Im c Lis, where it is ralingT
,eJtw elor d"y, end at
b is JIabl. to break Spaq
·r *wa O;~ wsu~r w 1
THE ROMAN'CE OFP'OENITiS.
ast In the old paintings, Christ is dis
as tinguished from HIis disciples by the
halo around His brow. This is an
yas eloquent expression of His divinity, of
for that power which every one felt on uap
Dce proaching Hlim. It may also be
the noticed that there is a strangeness,
era not unlike this, surrounding men of
genius. .,The giants are always
of alone." Their agonies and ecstacies,
l ad alike,separate them from the multitude.
ni. This isolation is the tragic element in
led the lives of the prophets, especially in
the lives of poets. "'those prophets of
ed. the beautiful.' God hath set a seal
tal, upon their brows. Men recognize the
ty. symbol, and according to their natures.
e a draw-near unto the influence, or else
ed try to crucify the bearer of it.
Carlyle tells us that the people of
ass Florence, pointing to stern faced
Dar Dante would say, "*There goes the
wu man that has been to hell." In some
dim way they realized the sufferings
of the exile who painted the Inferno.
en On the same princip!e. every Eng
es. lishman stood in awe of the great Dean
he Swift, "who was always alone, alone
or, and gnashing in the darkness." Even
he gentle Keats, produced a like feeling
of exclusiveness; his genius drawing
around him invisible rings of fire
or through which Mediaority dare not
er break-rings like those surronnding
ud Faust in the forest. However, it is a
mistake to think great rifts are grant
is ed for misery alone. The pleasure of
he sensitive natures is as exquisite as their
as pain. There is too, a mighty joy in
the consciousness of power. These
men "feel in placid awe the strong
ed imagination roll, a sphere of stars
S- about their souls;" and the feeling is
d- one of exultation.
Much of our latter clay criticism
tries to dispel all romance from the
es lives of authors, by showing the events
[r. of those lives are like the events of
of any other lives; just as if we thought
n. the romance lay in the circumstances
id of the poets' life, and not in his mind
This school of criticism is based on
1C the idea, men of genius are like all
other men, and should be judged ac
st cordingly. hlence it is calm, unsym
pathetic and severe. The idea itself,
is false-an extreme reaction against
hero-worship. The fact is, men of
id genius are not like other men; if so,
g. they would lack the genius! In this
spirit, the critics give us the life of
Edgar Poe, and try to make us think
it of him as only a drunkard. They tell
ig us he was the son of stage players; his
o father lacked talent and possessed
vices. They explain how kind Mr.
Allan of Virginia was in adopting him.
e They dilate on the wretched failure he
made of his school career. and the.days I
at West Point. Then they show him
5 to us rebellinug against his benefactor, t
1 falling into dissipated habits, worshipl
ing with an intense blind madness his
young wife, railing against high
4 heaven when the wife dies, paying no
debts, using no self-control, drink
6 ing wines that do all but send him to I
the insane asylum-they tell it to nos
in detail, without mercy. To
1 satisfy them. let us think of it
5 calmly. Let us think of the weak c
9 life and the drunkard meeting his I
8 death in the Baltimore hospital; then, t
for one moment, let us listen to the
strains of his poetry, to the music of
4 his soul-wild, weird, but strangely
o beautiful-bearing in it an expression
of "love that is more than love," I
r shrieking in anguish at the destiny to v
which it is born, scornful, ecstatic,
full of rapture, mystic as the wind
e which bloweth where it listeth, and V
f none knows whence it comes or whither P
it goes! Let us listen for one moment a
to the soul strains of Edgar Allan Poe, 1
and our hearts will be thrilled, like a
seven stringed instrument when swept
by a master Land! It is the genius of tl
the man that binds and fascinates us, %
and we will not consider him only as a c
Rather will we consider his life but t
another instance of the helpless
ness of strength; another instance of S
that truth which the Greeks typatied el
in the sufferings of the Tlitan, who e
stealing the divine fire from the gods, g
gave it to man. and was doomed to
be torn by a vulture for hundreds
Sof years. "Prometheus, bound in W
Spassion, by brute force, to the cold F
stone. Turning looks of invocation et
toward the ocean and the sun." The bi
vast waters and the vast firmanent are
at rest; the vast soul is in agony.
Having used Chamberlain's Cough le
Remedy in my family and found it to it
be a first class article, I take pleasure th
in recommending it to my friends. J. A
V. Foster, Westport, Cal. For sale by m
J. S. Guenard. be
Miss Mary Beard has returned home
for the summer, to the delight of her W
many friends. 1S
A brass door key was left at our mi
office on Wednesday. The owner can
have same by calling.
Major Barton, representing the Live ch
Oak Distillery of CIncinnatl, Ohio, has
been in town this week.
The weeds are about to take the
town, What is the matter with the Co
street and bridge committee? t i
- Rev. C. Mahe was called to Monroe thi
this week to take charge of the parish ne:
of Rev. Fatbher Ensaut, who was serLi- al
ously hurt a few days ago.
Capt. E. C. Manning was in town at
Wednesday. He went down to theb
lower end of the parish to go over the I
line of lev'es soon to be let. m3
Mr. Robtbol. Ison. w asphe Ct7
SFIRE ON TI"HURSDAY.
dis- On Thursday about half past one
thO o'clock the alarm of fire was given by
(an the ringing of the fire bell, which
ap- brought out the entire population in
be very short order. The fire was dis
ass, covered in tlhe roof of the small ripm
of next to Whittington's old livery stable,
used by Anthony LBrannum as a
ide. bakery,and in a very few moments
t in almost the entire livery stable building
1 in was a sheet of flames. It took the
Fire Company only a very short time
the to get up steam and have its hose
res. stretched, ready for action, when in
else about twenty minutes it had the fire
e of ui:der control, and the only property
ced distroyed was the livery stable and
the the two small buildings next to
eme O'Sullivan's hotel. Hlow well Provi
ntgs dence Fire Company worked with the
0I- help of our cilizens, both white and
ean colored, is well known-they deserve
one all the praise that can be bestowed
ven upon them. At this one tire Provi
in deuce Frie Company paid for its
tire engiue,and the hose, lately purchased
not by our Board of Aldermen, that some
ing of our people begrudged, and publicly
n said the authorities were squandering
ofmoney in bmuyinguch stuff.
eir Foremen Dell done well, this being
in his first experience at a fire. Engineer
esC Fousse and his assistant, Mr. J. S.
ng Gueueard, had steam up in less than
ia four minutes. The boys at the nozzle
done well enough, whili the colored
as people gave all the help they possible
ot We had a narrow escape, and if the
:ht fire had happened at night, our whole
yes town would baye burned. We thank
t God that it was no worse.
on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
all THURSDAY NIGHTS,
m. THE LIAVINS' LECTURES AND
I:, STEREOPTICON VIEWS
1st AT THE OPERA
his Mr. J. S. Guenard, the efficient
of manager of the Opera Ilouse succeed
nk ed this week in perfecting arrange
ments to secure the Stereopticon Lec
ed lures of the celebrated John Lavins,
fr. for three nights at the Operatllouse,
m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
he the 11th, 12th, 13th inst. Mr. Lavinsi
u has the reputation of being a fnlue lec- I
>r, turer; he has visited most of thesouth
p eru cities and was greatly applauded
'is for the grand and vivid descriptions
gh of the contries that he speaks about.
His lectures are illustrated by one of
to the finest Stereopticons that ever came
us South, each picture being over 18 feet
to in diameter and standing in bold relief I
1k on the canvass. One evening at the a
,s lectures is said to be as good as a
n, two mno'th's trip through the country
he that he speaks on. Mr. Lavius has
upwards of 800 pictures, and during
l his stay in Providence, he will give
," three lectures with corresponding
to views. The first night will be, of
c, course, devoted to our continent, that
d we know so little about, taking in the
er principal cities of the United States,
at and the superb creations of Nature
e, that distinguish our country above all
others, the Valley of the Yellow Stone,
of the Mammoth Cave, the Yosemite
s. Valley, etc., etc., with flue Stereopti
a cot illustratiois.
The secoind night will be devoted to
the British isles, England, Irelanid and
4 Scotland, leaving New York by steam
d er and landing at Queenstown. all, of
o course, with illustrations of the 'auld
" The third night. Lecturer Lavins
will take his audience to La Belle
d France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany,
n etc., describing fully and illustrating
0 beautifully the principal cities of these
Mr. Guenard interviewed the Rev.
C. Mabe who has beard one of the
li lectures and seen the views illustrating
o it, and the Rev. gentleman assured him
e that the Lecture that he heard was .
fine and brought back vividly to his -
Smind and to his eight many cities that
he has seen in Europe. lie says
Lavins is good.
e Remember the nights, Tuesday,
rWednesday and Thutrsday, 11th 12th
13th Inst.l, and bear in mind this is no
Admission for three nights: Adults,
50 cents; children, 26 cents. Admis
sion to one night: Adults, 25 cents;
children, 10 cents.
Gallery. Admission to the three
nights: 40 cents ;one night, 16 cents.
After the good work of the Fire
Company on Thursday, don't you t
it Is the duly of every citizen to be
corme a member of bthe Company. We
think so. Send in your application
next meeting and help the institution
The Mayor and Board of Aldmanp
at their meeting on Wednesday passed
Sbicycle ordinance, which will be
published next week. It instracts the
mars-hal what to do.
The different levees to be billt la
our parish by the U. &8. goverme
ar bringing a large r of eos
imators to go over thea
45 les 7 ino 'J. & P.'- l.lx' th
and freighi lpre,-paid on orv fif 235
dozen or over. White is dying this.
Can't he beat. This is saving freight,
and at the same time. the sumall
merchant can make an order for exactly
what No's be actually wants.
The ladies of llayersville are pre
paring to give an entertainment for
the benefit of thie iseaquena Guards
and our boys should go up and help to
swell the receipts. As soon as the
date is given out by the Spectator, we
will let the boys knLw, and we bope as
many as possible will attend.
One hundred tone of first class hay for
sale. For prices, apply to
.Jtlae 1, #ellaglla Plantation.
Six hundred bushels of choice corn for
sale, In the ear or shelled. For prices, ap
ply to T. 8. SITTON,
Black Bayou Plantation.
Having completed the listing and having
estimated the values of all real and person
al property in the parish in accordance
with law, notice is hereby given that my
lists will remain open for inspection and
correction at my office for a period of 20
days, beginning on 10th day of June, 18l95.
J. 8. GUENAIl),
Assessor East Carroll Parish.
Lake Providence, La,. June 1, 183..
The jury terms of the 7th District Court
are fixed for the first Mondays In January
The civil terms are fixed for the second
Mondays in March and October.
Jury terms to begin on 4th Mondas' in
January and June. Civil terms to begfi on
1st Mondays in April and November.
Jury terms to begin on 3rd Mondays 1
Febuaryand July. Civilterms to bte! o
4th Mondays in April and November.
By order of his Honor, F. F Montgoele y.
Judge 7th District Court*
J. D. Tompkins, Clerk.
I wish to notify the public generally that I have
joining Purdy & Schneider, where I will do a gen
s ing business. I will have a competent man in c
liver goods at all hours. My rates are in
All kinds of machinery, 5 per cent.
on freight bill...................
Wagons. Carriages. &c.............. .25
Horses. Mules and Oxen, 5 per cent
on freight bill...............
Lumber and Blick. 5 per cent on
freight bill. ..........
3 Furniture. 10 per cent on freight bill
Hogsheads and crates, each.......... .15
Pianos and organs, each............. .50
f Liberal discount on above prices in I
son's Ldg., Lake Providence. La.
Tbht Pl? te
The Best Blyyd
On the steering-head of every Columbia
bicycle of this year's make that nane-.plate
appears. It is uniQue, handsome, and Indicates
much-satisfaction and highest enjOymnent' to the ter.
No other bicycle has ever equalled a CoAim ida. No it
bicycle ever shall equal a Columbia. The greatt51 I ,
factory in the world says so.
Flew Price $100 A' Art
RaPRFOaD BICYCLES, he t.es fa m Aiaeekine
next best $0 $0. at any CotAis Aenms
es for DsOWt and gUIM . VW be maske for
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Anmerica Furniture Agency, Gale
Spring and Summer Clothing.'
Mr. Waller Goodwin wishes us to
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a look at them. On a eoulit of liko
newltariff, clothes are mueb cheaper.
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