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OFFICE: No. 13 0?enth Street; Thoi-niorL'a. building.
DAILY EDITION ...
WEDNESDAY EVENING. rJtJNE lG,' 1869.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO-
THE 0 Alii 0 & FULTON HAILROAD
Wkm HUmll It TcrmlHUT -An Krro
Btoai luprrulox Corrected.
Wo can afl'ord to excuse that opposi
tion to tho subscription of $100,000 bonds
to the capital stock of tlin Cairo & Fulton
railroad company that la based upon the
belief that the owner of tho franchises of
tho road la under obligations to build
the road to Bird's Point by tho year 1870,
bonds or no bunds. But when it is made
clear that no (inch obligation exists, and
thut tho road will uot, m all probability.
bo built to Bird's Point at uJI, unless the
subscription in made, it is certainly not
expecting too much to expect that uc
opposition will cease.
For Instance. It hunbecn very positive
ly asserted that Colonel Allcfl in under
bonds in the sum of $500,000 to rebuild
tho Cairo Fulton railroad from Churleu
ton tn (Mi-iI'm Point, Iiv tho 1st day of
January l7fl iim, tim mile of tho prop'
erty aud franchises of the road to him
by tho Governor of Missouri, W made
on that oxpresH condition. Oltlruua who
accent, thin nuani-ilnii n-itlm If 11 til. Iiattl-
rally enough conclude that tho
flubacrintlm! nf nm mm to secure that
Which Is Hlrf.nlvi'inirrniitootl. would
au unwarranted adUanderlng of
not fit to bo mndf.
But (.Vilnn..! A Hon Ik. not and ne voir
was under obligations to build -tho Cairo
Fulton railroad to Cairo, or to Bird's
Polpt opposite Cairo! lie purchased the
property and franchises of tho Missouri
portion of the Cairo & Fulton railroad
under a law f tin Missouri legislature
approved .February i'Jtbj iSoy. IL'Ula Mw
Imposes upon him the performance M
ttfo fallowlng.hd lift btlier, cotidltions:
That he shall finish, tho St. IouU & Iron
Mouutaln railroad to u polut south of
PJIot Knob to connect with the H )f
the. Cairo & Fulton road, within three
years, and finish tho same to tho Missis
sippi river opposite or below Columbus,
Ky., within live years from tho date of
tho sale, expending In each aud every
year at least $500,000 In the work of
tfradlng, masonry, etc., and tho Cairo fc
Fulton railroad hall bo completed from
the Mississippi river opposite Cairo or
Columbus, Ky., to tiie intersection of the
St. Louis fe Iron .Mountain railroad line,
within three years after tho dato of the
sale threof. This is tho language of tho
law almost vcrWIm, and under the con
ditions it Imposes, and no other, Col
Allen became the purchaser of the Miss
ouri portion ol the Cairo & Fulton rail
road. To argue that he Is compelled
under this law, to build tho road to Cairo,
Is to argue what is clearly nonsense, bo
cause he lias tho unquestionable right to
build it to1 Colnrhbtu, or to a point op
posite on tho bailk dt (ho 'M'foflitflfad.
Thoro ,'UiAweUetlied determination
ubroad to divert the Cairo AFultou rail
road to8t.T.oulH71uid, t6'all present ap-,mnY."thfc"nrilvl-irauco'
"the' city of
Cairo haHtosecuVfi'thp'ternilnus of that
'thoroughfare is to 'Induce Col. Allen to
avail himself of iljo1aUpruatjYo, given
4hluv.bytUuiaiVi ftnd.bulld,thejroad into
tdMrd'fc Point-with ail possible dispatch.
Tho "linger of ttLLouhinay bb seen In
the following extract which we take
from (hoTSew York 'Herald:'
A letter from London, under date of
May 25, aayH that a Now York llrm has
closed a negotiation, there , for.bulldlug
the Fulton & Cairo railroad, rUnUiutf
from Challt.Bluir to oattlcltock nd
Texlaua7 through the Btateof Arkansas.
The Hue will be 00 miles in leugttu and
form crlluk connecting St. Xuuls with
Txiwtmdj thenoo probably forming a
"South Pacille Hue through Texaa to Mex.
ico. Tho scheme, for tho Southern cou
itJMCtlou haa.beeu. introduced Into tho
Paris market. , ,
,Ju vlow of luo progress made to divert
from Cairo tho termhnis of tho C&F.
jjroad, there, nf ftp time for hesitation,
We must act promptly and with dccWIon,
The road is of th greatest cousequence
, .to Cairo, aside from Its ita importance as
n link in tho great longitudinal route to
the Pacltlc. It will glvo us a larger local
trado from Southeast Missouri, permit
ting Cairo to enter that country oveu in
advance of competitors; It will connect
us with the. Iron Mountain, aud reader
our city tho reuhlpplug polut for tho
thousands. of tons of irpn that now reach
Hi Louis and are loaded on board ot
uteaiaers at that wharf.
' We'whid noturg our tax. payers, to
expend a aluglo dollar 'unnecessarily;
.but with tho light now before, us, we
BUbmlt It to any caudld man to decide if
'Col. Allen Is under any' obligations to
build theC.&F. to Bird's Point J He may
aud most likely .will couatruct it to
that point that holds out tho strongest
inducements, aud a refusal on our purl
tocloso la with thopropodtI6h now Sub
mitted may prove fruitful III .disaster for
whloh-wo.may bVablo to'flnd no'avUiiii
bio remedy. , ,
thlfl question further. f
George Ellis, of CluclmiaU'ria o pos
aessor of aoriq 'rfollilr'.'grb'enbuck, regis
tered chisa., Jio. 1,.,'Hev values this
first exchaiifco $$QI1V l4f
.TIIE CAIRO & ST. JjOUIS MAIL- ,
1 : ROAD.
A correspondent of tho St. Louis 'Be-
publican' writing from Waterloo Mon
roe county, apeaks most encouragmgly
of the Cairn h. St. Louis railroad project
He says: To-day (tho Otb) an election
was held in this township, at this place,
upon the question of authorizing tho
trustees to tako stock in tho Cairo & ot.
Louis railroad in tho sum of fifty thous
and dollars. Two hundred and forty
one votes were cast, of which two hau-
drod and forty were in favor of subscrip
tion. This speaks nobly for the liberal
Ity "of tho people In this township, well
worthy of Imitation by the tho peoplo of
tho other townships through which it Is
proposed to construct tho road. Wo are
In earnest mean business firmly bo
He vo, that this is tLojimcfocutrlking tho
iron aud for emerging from tho Isolated
condition in which wo have been thrown
in conseouenco of want of facllo com-
munlcatio'ii'wlth the lest of ihe world."
Electlqn,haVe bco'heM" in other prf
clncts aloig tko route of the road with
an equally favorable result! Wo have
not been placed in possess,Iou of details;
butrbavouo hesitation Itu saying that
tho requisite amount to secure the build
Infe'flf.lhe roaU wjll be jrovidejl.by the
coUBtUflatHrUjwHS Interested before the
fotffiifr Augb4rBext, '. upyvmr oul!
The work goes bravely on.' - H
" ft V JOYPT,!
Her rchra and 'lMcjrante.
. f ' ' i
Am IalrrcillMir Article from
Alxitil two miles southwest'from Jones
boro wo found the extensive orchard of
D. Myers A Son, containg CO acres,
planted to 4,-100 poach, 1,200 apple, and
1B0 pcur trees; four and one half acres
In black cap raspberries, S acres in straw
berries, qultoa vineyard in grapevines
aud quite an assortment of cherry trees
ami quince bushes. Most of the early
varieties of peaches killed; a fair pros
pect for later kinds. All other varieties
of fruit the prospuct wa novel- tatter
To the north of thh wo fouud the or
chard of Greeu W. Hall, etq , contain
ing 10 acres, in thu tract, not yet all
put out to fruit. H.o has In bearing GOO
peach, 000 apple, and some pear, plum,
and eherrv irees: 3 acres strawberries.
uiid I acre tu raspberries. ProHjHtct for
In I mi .11 ..tin.. frlllti Illlllllflfltlt.
iHIUWIIVl wp.... '
n the neighborhood of Anna is the
orchard and garden or uenry Aimer, esq.,
containing M acres, of which 000 are ap
ple, 000 patch, ami 1,100 pear trees, 3
acres gooseberries and currants, 10 acres
strawberries, 2 acres grapes, aud 15 acres
in mu-oiil nntiitoes. Prosucct fair for smuo
variutleaof praches; all other kinds of
fruit very abundant.
One mile north of Mr. Miller's is tho
Virpiinnl of C. L. Brooks. en.. contain
ing CO ncres,'.1id bet to ;,200, peach ?W
apple, and .,00 iieartruefiiito number
of cherry andqiilnee, a small but thrifty
vluovard. 5" acres strawberries, 1 acre
rhubarb,, and 3. acres . sweet n potatoes
,1'fospec lorpeacnes paiy ,moe.ruic, ,
other fruits abuuuaiiL . .
KnrtliHr ui) "Fruit It diro" is tno or
chanl fj CpDEru.7Frcemau,;,oontaln
Ing 40 acres, 'called "Long View," most
ly-et-toraeh-treea.- -lie also-baa many
Mar, appie uuicueriy.tt,TnH ' 1 " u" I
mid. several Jicres lu. strawberries ana
otSer frultJntlWsrchaxUjho Earlj
Crawford uud Ool edge's favorite aro aH
blMJ. V.rlv 'hit-It hAff.fiilirlh allVO
Giiiili',oiicct foyOId -Mlson, Smock.
MeW.Frt,. Hale'aJfaVly, auel Beveral
11' iTKi-T- i r"-" sJ
bilii lunaer p me -smrnmpsiv tmtj
to the "CIIffs,,,-a orcharo: of one hun
dred acres, owued by E. V. Colemau,
Esq.- itot to SX& pear, 6,000 appje, and
2.000 neuch' tree's, and some other Yar!nty
, ... - - r. . . - 'i.tuj
of fruUaud 3 acres of strawberrjes, The,
promlHefdrfru'lt in thlsdrohard wenever
saw better. Tho entire orchard-shows
the most careful attention 'aiid, fcultlya-'
tlou, aud the trees of ail kinds in tpe
most thrifty condition. ,t i h v
Uavliiir Fruit itiditc. tho topru
heights of wilch .wo hud reached,? wp
proceeded across tho' hills to1 tho ekteij-
slve orchard of J. 8. o. o. Lawyer,
containing 'iSOWores,' Wlilch. Wiet'tu 20,i
(KK) puiich, 7,000 ajqile, 500 pear, 100 cher-
rv. witii nium Mini luumerry irves, t
acres strawuernee, o(acrea, ravpuerries, u
-t v -T" . . , -i ...... e
Mres in grape,'HU never! iturea m tiu".
rants aud goosooernes. ine prospeci.
for-peaoheaon 'this farm is uot o good
us on llie hlgherjaiidrt to the southwest,
tint for. all other fruits the most prolific
yield is promised.
From hero we took our way to tho ex
t'-nnlve fruit' farms aud iiurorii 1
Meviix. J. A. Crpenter A Co., in all cou-
ii n lug over 400 acres, about 160 acres (
which Is planted about t-qpally to peaches,
apples and pears; Hi), nurea ou the dlf-l
fereiit (racls -areMi'fitrawberrie,. This
linn plants and cultivates .fnVnbX.wholc
Bale trade, codars 'aud forest troesj also1
eeneVal assortment )f nurderV stbok Tor
thi retail trade Capt. T. LBttliey, oi
Makanda, is alsd X-oiinei?tcUj(wlth this
llrm in the muiiagemeut ofmiahu of their
fruit laaUs. An abwndaut yield of alb
classoi of fruit xevpt the, peach is
pi omlsed 'iu ihH'e.furi.nS.s
Nearer-to CobdeiiHwe came to, the well
culilvuteJlWnn iifGeirgo Hinder, eq.,
(kiiiimImIiW I 10 Hf-rt-.-i. bn which there are
.8,500 peach, 2.200 upple, and ) pear und
cherry trees, 4 'ert'fstru berrjex, 2 uerea
raapberriUA ami go eberriesi 22 acres
HWtfi puiatoet, aim tuueres wiuujimi pu
tatia's. The promise lor all is very gom!.
The orchard of Messrs. A and J, Buck,
near Cohden. contalninB 110 acres, has
7,000 apple, 2,Q00: peach, 2.000 pear, and
400 JSariy May cuerry trees, anu acres
Fifty one volumes oftheCongrcssioHal
Globe sold recently in New York for
thirty cents. Of a verity gab Is cheap I
A Koman correspondent says it has
been resolved to devote 12,000 to arming
the Pontlflclal dragoons with no v rifles.
Iowa has Increased in population 057,
000 during tho past twenty five years.
Sho has now 1,000,000 and is entirely out
The owner of American Girl offers to
match her against any trotting horso in
tho world, tnllo heat, three in ilvo, to
An exchange viciously says, "Spur
goon's noso has beoomo a matter ofLou
don newspaper comment. It is as much
red as his sermons."
A plot on tho part of a largo number
of negroes to mat-saero tho inhabitants
and burn the town of 7-exlngton, rGeor
gia, has been discovered.
Baroti do Lobzetter, tho Austrian
General, who recently died at the age
ui viHiiijriiiicui nun iiuu ui i oinug
r it.. i itriit..-
ton's comVades In tho wars 6f 1813.
Mrs. Dixon, who killed her husbaud at
Rdckford, HI., has not yet recovered
from her nervous prostration atifflcieut
to ujK intelligibly.
The attorney general Is after the Ten
neaseo railroads, so heavily indebted to
the" presldeat fnow "to collecV hki debtsi
rrom inem.H ja r J
A Iilchmoud. Virginia, Junk dealer
has'seht forward to Boston, Id. bo exhib
ited' at the Peace Jubilee, the bldVamlly'
carriage of Jeff. Davis used during his
prcmuenoy oi inu couicueraie states.
John 8ticad, a .young Virginia phyat
ciaB, who had lost all his property dur
ing the war, and recently his betrothed
by death, attempted to commit suicide
by cutting his throat aud taking mor
phlne, tho other day In 8t. Louis.
Wendell Phillips, that restless agitator
and destructive is .so shocked' by the In
human treatment of tho Indians by ou
government, and he urges them to tear
up tho rails of the raolflu railroad. "Ev
ery blow'fltruck at the Pacific railroad,'
says Mr.-Phillip, "is heard around, the
L'lobe. Haunt that road." is bis advice
to the Indlaba, "with such dangers thut
noiio. will darei to um ItJl Jlosvu "great
good" In the fact that tno Indians navo
begun to tear up tho rails, to shoot pas-
Heligoland conductors on the road.
Governor Geary, of Pennsylvania,
who wauls to be re-elected next fall, has
had a difllculty with Alexander McClure
and numerous federal officeholders, who
are of the opinion that the State will -go
Democratic if Geaif runs. Tliejgovor
uor, iii consequence, Las called on Gen.
Grant to use his iulluf uco with his office
holders, and ho promised that he. would
, uatoj, prae'a, ,lwaeUcal poposir
tloii ietoTeduco the rate roftcvernnieut
Interest. The workraen-of thii"country
of coi,'eiiooraptewkhJ cheap
The light between the editor of the
Memphis Ava!anchc'aud Luko AVrlght,
Esq., dldntt come ofa expected very?,
. V. ,, ,T?..A -, .It'1.. 1
of toertainHudlvIduuli who desriretl-the
airalr to take place or.exoltement'ssakv.
Tho difficulty was ''anlcably adjusted."
r" - - rL .
.HeMfttila FMUam l'a uiluued."
. From the tempHIMgjfre,, I
iBetwcen six and jtfrw o'c
xiiarilt-awl Ia.rA In Inivn.
IU! "M U naiOTBifMAjajlU
r, Llaspheminf awl voclf
aaBaraeweu r-tn a txVes u
IUU1 'X3MI1 HIIU
ignam aro colored-.-neonle.
mt kwMft.niifr -was
sink of poiuiion in me uuir.Aqro. They
fell out. Phil took hit black , damsel's
part, and Tom his Ivato Graysoa's. The
inensworu; tuo wnmeuscratcneu, puiieu
Hair, and liowieu. ftni pulled out a
knife. Tom run. Toin'i Kate banded
him a pUtol out of the window ; Tom
went back to tueyaru wne.ro run was
xiaiidiiitr by a door, put the pistol close to
him and fired. The bullet "passed into
tho body above the groin, aud .probably
struck the splno, for the roan fell dead.
The womeh'H shrieks been rno moro vio
lent Phll'e woman attbe head, sho with
ii club In her baud. A rush was made,
and Tom would liavo undoubtedly been
scut, after Phil, if ho had not Jumped
into .the bayou aud rua into a gully,
when Constable Smith, armed with a
nU)tol, took him, aud he waa lodged in
ttio station -house.
Cor. KlevcBtb mil WuclilMKtan
Keapa on hand tho celebrated Craned Ureeda
ii lyinonuu nwiauie m ww , , .,
' Ahto blaok velvet, walnut oraWuedcofflnaniade to
order, at very low price. ...
Mr. Keith perform hia own work, belne n practical
oolSn maker, and la iherrfore able to all cheaper Uion
oay k dyelae.
from 7U jr or,20 por cent, lutereyt,,
Ui'oijtier uatkfl tho TeUtnm ,2
l.. ( iZIZ i. ;. itil-ii - ait i
NEW i ADVERTISEMENTS.
. SMALL L II K It CI,
Proprietor of the ,
Cairo O ity Grarden,,
Will IleUll, it
U IioIchuIo 1'rlCCH, Hll KtndH of I
At tif fc'Ull In the Market Houe, corner of Waihln?
ton uroiiiio ml Tcntli Htrfft. t JoWillm
JOTES OF HAND FOR BALE.'
The follnwlnif Notfi nf li.iml will l o nM nn Mtrl.lir
uuiig-.icii uy J. llniiiMd, rorovrr JMV).
" F Dr. J. W.ltenlej' Tor nm S1S.VJ.
i. .. .. Dr.T. II. lnnlioroTor0W.
Three ' " II. P. Mite., an.l tn.liSi-ar.l l.v V
llimtlngH, for over tan.
OnoLMien by i. a. Kuxon.for oer iilU.
it" m-h K.WIIcIt for brer SIM.
To " Aleunlcr TurnlMill fororertt54.
Tiyjollicr irllli novernl ollicra (hut 1 will nmke tmhlle
nnfpwdRya. For further partlculura cnll at my ollice,
iorher of filli and Washington , venue.
TO LIFJB iXSDRANCE 8OLI0T0IIS.
H'ABfTKD A competent eHMiemiisftttXifr In-
ni' aiinIl(Innltoni. nnd ran iiinkit hltilr ni-)tMlrilv
reponible(to runtHcn for applhrblloiDi nnil to iK?t ui
rieneml Arent in the apnolntraeat and Uirttll(mf,
ecmi una io.-w ngrnm. in nutria or WtM CMW
en In the extremo fouthera portion rifMli..V' .
Tho Comtmnr.U fullr eatiiLllnliril. laalaw mfitv '
yean old. afttJ ; mr! tuJRmi4k( In; lti
coiiinjoii,tjt II tBftl
nun, nan on or in hm nni mbh MmnnSM
heme. Tbi--wMl j
O fita mil partprtim,
J una 12 lo,
With his arrat
CRESCENT CITV "ciRCUNi:
The Chuiuiilou ClrvuM I'roupc of
oveu au t m:tkd aktistn:
W1U exhibit at
Friclnr and NtnliiyrJnH(rl8tk
thofearleia and beantiful equestrienne
on i.eaper, sir. ,
CHAItLKS MivARTHyj, .
Maaler ' '
hlt4lr'd'. tilW i I
the woodrftl(?antor1ionl.J,or bpp!e sun
renowned -, ,r...j
tiirefa'jhnomber, flifatofi rowth' drcui). I - ' If.
PR.NK KOniNSON And CUJIK OlllIW, ,
two of the fuonleal Clown fu America. ' ' 1
Itemamber the Oava and date i Friday and Saturday ,
Jitnu lh and lliK 1SW, Ior.uien m twoamlmtVen,!
.clock n.m. juii.-s ,
1 A. X ZLa O
Haydioruo'a Boot and Phoe tore,
a mo, luuwvvrcK
iuarcuttmc doua. aaliortaotlco. .nwrultf
Kmpoc tally deaigned for tha uae of tba Medieal Pro
klon nnd tho Jamllv. poMonalnii thoa Intnnalo
medicinal propertioa which belong to on old and furu
ladfipenkabla to Female. Qodqr KldnayComi
plaintd. A delioloua Tonic, Put up In coxa, canUin.
nit ouo doten bnlUee each, and aofd by all draaglata,
irocira. Ac. A. M. Hlninr k Co.,. etlak3Tm,
fio.lJ Beaver itrool, New rork. iavvMly
SPECIAL NOTIOKS. " "
TKKar;If nr.A:KI-Thnrn m n perfect nmU
?. to Dnrrlayft for the celebrated Frencfi lllscklnir.
11 j Kenulsc, unit n iinnuriuuncd as a boot and aho
NOW 18 TUB TlffK-Tn put your liounea In
cood ahmia. I'alntlnr nnil thltrunvlilnr -n tha
order of the dav. Whltn I.riid nnd nilntii nf nil rnl.
on aro In demand. At tho (111 KEN LAIIl'.li Dtua
Store, on the l,ovee, yon enn Ret Tafnl, Oils, Var
niioenanu iyr- inn oi nn Kind, now nn nann a
full stock of Collier White Lend, S-ela Wtilto Lead,
Iono HUr White Irf-iid; olno pnlnt iirnleh and white
wah bruuhe-,, llan lava' la the place. W
fJEKKIiaiERWUKM I'l.V-TfMK 0.tIlX- .
tj That reilcnn setthn I.lohtnlnir riv IhiiM-r at Hat.
clayaV Thay luvo the enuine artlTle, frvali from the
faetory. It nltroeta flf- and killa them. , .
WATKR OV HAl'PINKNH For Toothache,
CHILBRErl'M WOMJt TAUI.trTN-Ilahfe!.,
Urtte nnd amall. low them, rrr for them, and M
them wtthfcMdity, amnra quickly relieved of wormi.
Twenty-fit centa a x, orlf you wish I hem aently
mall enclojii thlrty-nio renta lo llatclay llroa., and
they will boacnt you promptly. i.
TJOB flAl.it SlhrrHonp, Jut tU tlilriR to make
t; your hilrerWari bright and new" Colicito'a and
the fmlexHsd at lUrrlij-a'. at
BALD lllCAns AM) OKAT(lUIKS AT
TENTION IX) you want a renewal of tho bean
aim neaa or nair uiaiyou onco pruiea in i ir ao, f
tn Ilarctaya' anil Ukn ,nur r.Unlco of Reatoratlvev-
iiarreua. nan t, iiui-eu a, i.init e.Ajer .i.iiuiaiier s,
Woods'. Javne'c Mr. AV nalow'a Earekn. nnd i
oini-r job iiia.rwnni, iniuuinK mo jatninnnm.
rASTTKU To find tho Individual
eliiewhere. who hna tried Kerr'a Hylem Keno
ator without rwelvini? DK.OIDJtl) BGNKKIT. Many
or our leadliic cltltent have tested lla virtue tu antl?
fwtion. At Ilarelaya".
' i..u j.ie1.: -i" ' "m-t j "WJi'v1.. 1 uu" . m
f tT,I-51idii, Amerlean flioiryAVUie.uullk
1 other wine. i Uxutlvo In Ita rtleuN. Ills
pleoxantonil reliable cure for cotUrr-tieat.
DIVOT ACTION ItUACn A auprmr fUpcn
1 der for nklrlx or ptiutM i nn unriiulliil hmcc for
tlieahouldera nlwajK n ujprmler; a umee,,or, uoy,
atpttoiurv. '' ' ' '
CiWKKT OL'ISINTThcuenulno urtlcle
C3 had Ilarclny'. Quinine tree fruui billernex, and
jet containing all the virtue of cumnton ipiliilne.
tyVHTON'H rUAi'CI AATIIXT Tno
J who with lo quit rhewlnslouAcru enn llml n aura
rure In the u of Aurtun' Antidote, (lot n box nnd.
try It. fiend fifty ci'nla in llnrelr Uroihera. Cairo,
and Ihoy will fiml you n tnx by mad.
W INt. WlllMillX
TT Por Sled leal me.
and branilie, aud the
(lillfnmla nnd Impoi ted wl
bentniticta of lloiirbon:
TAltATOliA M'KI.eSVliy VO ( t-iriitoK
and anend tiro to ten dollar a dur. when rishC
era at liomi von can drink lh Nrf.ramn uuler. lev
cool and lively an ft gurgle freidi from the ri'erolra.
at IUrrlay'a I)rui Siiire.-oii Hie l.einef .t'
' -t .irfrs
pAIIDKX M:i:MS- Kit veRelable of your own
JT growlne. Imo no lime In ijrltiiis j our aeeda. Co
lo liarvlaya- ror unraeli c-eena, -n u nun eiiiii. Tney
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