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.MjhJIwft rmmri Nil?
la our isiuqof yesterday wo comment
ed upon tAo qualification's which, In our
opinion, a person desiring the office pf
W beileve tho clthcenH, generally, will
quioe la our opinion in this regard,
id have no doubt they will endeavor to
irocuro the right man for tlio place. Wo
Jo not know Hint any person is Decking
Tor it; but wo are acquainted with sever
ltgentleMen,who wouidli; Uie ofllca In
n ablemaiiner.MTheLprMont Inoum
before lie was aware thai a vacancy ex
isted, and wt do aot know whVUirthe
desires to continue in the oflfpp longer,
than then!f the present tenui'Vf!
if aestoirw the office, tan no tfubt'tkV
it wltlYba't opposition. , Hi a flch'olariy.
gontleatatf, arid would take a deep-Tri-'
Jorest Jn.hls duties, ndor hit eupervu;
ion, we might reasonably expect to nee
our public schools UourUh, and gain a
deep hold upon the affections of thojpeo
pie. .But If Mr. Butlor should deWrnilne
to ao longer servo the public as a school
ofBcer, then who shall we select?
The editor of the .Paduoah 'Herald' is
an iaerorable "Irreconcilable." The
"new departure" advocated by promi
nent democratic Journals north and
outh disturbs the "deep waters" within
him, and thus he discourses:
As for ourselves wij profess devotion to
the old party. It was aud Is. No
second cholco shall violate our vows of.
fealty. Wo will keep them to the last
letter the last "syllable. Too ma'ny hal
lowed associations cluster about it to
throwitoffas an old garment. Tuero
It a magic,1 a charm In its very name. It
teems with holy memories Llko the
dwelling place of our Infancy revisited
in manhood, like the song of our country
In a strange land, It produces au effect
wholly Indopeudeut of lUlntrinslo value.
It transports us back to a virtuous period
of our history. It ox'okes all tlio dear
recollections of youth. It brings before
us the phantom forms of tho greatest
spirits of our history the battles fought,
the trophies won, the triumphal march,
the flowery path, and brilliant achieve
ments Jn the cause of liberty and re
ligion. These are some of the glories of
ALLEN AXD OA LLA Oil Eli.
Tho 8t. Louis Democrat' of the aid
I'ugl istlc circles were greatly excited
yesterday, over the proMjct of another ,
Gallagher's backu r had proposed another 1
uicuuuk uumceii me ime comuaiants,
to take place when and where the friends
of Allen should elect. Iu response, Car
roll aud Thuratou had published a pro
posal for a meeting within ten days, near
luciunau, tor i,uw or so.ijuu a side.
In order to come to a definite anantco
meat, a meeting between, tho backers
was ueid yesterday afternoon at Galla
gher'a saloon. Sherman Thurnton retire
seuted Allen' and John Loouoy was the
spokesmauYor Gallagher. There was a
good deal of blowing and, badgering, as
n mauer 01 course, rno puuiisnca pro
posal on the" Dart of Allen was rota'atad
by Leoaey, who, however, declared that
Gallagher woald meet Allen tho follow-
ing day, or ou Mondsy, tho principals to
bo attended by only two men, tho party
to go out in corrlnges and fight It out,
without tho presence of witnesses, for
i,wjor?6,uw a Bide. Tbls proposition
was declined by Thurston, and thero the
This Is a specimen brick of Suuduy
business In the future capital of tho
Tdo God and Morality portion of Ev-
ansvuie, are in an amazing stew. The
'Courier' intimated not long ago that
"half the wholesalo houses' of tho city do
a Jobbing business on Sunday," whereat
forty-throe wholenale firms aro shocked
beyond endurance, and to save the city
"from tho damaging effects of this un
warranted ca'umny" of the 'Courier' they
protest that they aro babbath.observ
Ing, law-abiding business men. They
alsoglve tho 'Courier' a rap for ventur
ing au observation to the effect that tho
grand Jury of tho county had made rath
er a sweeping presentation of tho saloon
keepers. The editor of tho 'Courier' does
not appear to bo very badly squelched
out by the onslaught; and, so far, docsu't
"crawfish" worth a cent. It is quite nu
interesting controversy. .
Sentejr Is thus, .described by a corre
spondent of the Loulsvlllo 'Courier
Journal' who asserts he knows him well.
He says: To begin with Sonter is a
republican. In Ohio ho would be con
sidered about suoh a republican as Gov.
Cox, Massachusetts about such an one as
Heuery Wilson. But his republicanism,
unlike theirs, is hardly of so wearing a
pattern, though the difference is chiefly
due to the geography. He is for tho rat
IflcatloBof the flfteontli amendment, and
is decldoely opposed to tho organization
of the old line democratic party.
Tho WhltoHouso'havingbeen deserted,
aud there being no president in Wash
ington, a drunken man claimed possess
ion the other day, and declared himself
ready and wllllug to perform the duties
of tho vacated position of president of
this great republic. He was arrested and
marched to the noarest station house.
P. S. It was the wrong drunken man.
fefW-ESDAY EVENINjG., AUGUSTV24n869:rrH
FOR SA LETMSB ULLMTIN OFFICE
Any person desiring to Invest in a
firmly established newspaper, and a well
patronized job printing office, can do so
by making application to tho proprietors
or tho Cairo 'Bulletin.' One half the es
tablishment can be purchased on reason
This la a splendid opportunity fopro-
fltebielhVtracdV Tho 'Bulletin $F:
only,dajlyjl)moeratlc paper in So'utww
Illinois, an4 with the doveeatbfwW
couatryf frband .Cairo, add HheMp,
of the eityjill become veivaiilablo
material of ;sjvery,siscrlptloBl Mi JhsWa'
fine run of -Job work. ' t
, !. m 'na; fi tli I
j-fit WEmaairjtr. rrKM&tW '
uog teasn. i ) rrl
Alboni hiis-ra4dher price to
with Patti. jiTpVi
Abaizn, the husband of Lambele,
opera bouffeist, has gone to Paris.
A Minnesota paper says It is a "hide
ous possibility" that Weston may visit
Victor Hugo will nothavo "L'Homme
Qui Bit" dramatized. Good news for the
The King of, Greece is accused of
"drinking,b4wto drinks." ,r 7
Secretary Ubimob hi yet a'baohelor;
ago 40; weigfctm.
Morrlmsr k fle4ag to put vpatflendld
resident aOatotefa. ''.
The young King of Greece is ta Id to
have become a drunkard.
Saggali, thedaiseuse, owns ah'ouse at
Saratoga, and it is said that Olive Logan
enjoys her hospitality.
Whltelaw Beld has returned to the
'Tribune' office, from his summer vaca
tion. Alice Kingsbury, the actress, was re
cently married to Col. Coolie, at VIcks
burg. A daughter of the mayor of Troy, New
York, is said to be one of tho prettiest
girls in the State.
Patti and Mllson get more pay than
all the choruses on the eeaUaent.
A Mile. ChanwTeozowBkli Hie popu
lar prima doaaa la London. is from
Moscow. v, .
Tlio statement ttut Cosaliodoro Van
derlilt's daughter teacacft her daughter
to mend stockings Is a darned lie.
Helen Armstrong, a little American
Kill, is exciting considerable interest
among the musical critics on tho BUlne
It is said that the Lydla Thompson's
blondes netted $70,000 In their season a
Niblo's. This was the net proceeds of
the gross proceedings.
SL Elmo Evans is about to publith
another book, of selections from diction
arles and encyclopedias worked up in the
form of a novel.
A very beautiful and fascinating
daughter of J. W. Forney is generally
conceded to do tno iwno oc capo Aiay,
since the departure j)f MhwSchomberg
John Allen, of wlekedest-aUu-In-New
York notoriety, has become "respectablo
and obscure, commou-place ,and un
r Mttrrfttrl of RnnKarpv Kit Mm Tlntr f r
Cranberry, Mr. Nehemla Blackberry and
Miss Catharluo Elderberry, of Danbury.
Gen. McClellan Is at Long Branch, but
it Is stated he will hardly make up his
mind to take his family there until
The Slnmeao twins, Chang and Eug,
with tholr daughters, passed up the
North Carolina railroad to their home
In Surry, on Thursday last.
Mr. I). R. Locke, rather moro widely
known as Bev. Petroleum V. Nasby. of
the Toledo 'Blade,' will enter tho lecture
Held again next season, with two now
characteristic productions one of them
Mrs. J. G.Saxo promenades tho piazza
of tho Clarendon, Saratoga, in a light,
green silk, while her husband sits at a
Ulftwlr11 . 4llA DAAAIIfl t1niij'lll...
muuwn un iiiu Euuu liuuj' milling
. ..... tt 1
new poem, It Is said. -. .
Mr. Stephen C. Maeaett: -Wetter known
as "Jeems Pipes," oieifjlid the pulpit of
a Mouiouisi onurea aear reeJcsUlH, Now
xum, un nuuuay mhk.v. .jm rtaa mo ser
mon on tho text "Nothing but Leaves,"
by tho Bev. Mr. Atwood, of Salem, to a
very large congregation.
A Dougola correspondent of the
Chicago 'Journal' is looking forward to
tho time when Union county will cast
a republican majority! Tho christian
world is looking forward to the time
when all the nations of the earth will be
enrolled under tho banner of tho cross,
and hopeful radical politicians are look
ing rorward to tho time when radical
financial ability will solve the problem
of our national debt! But a dozen gen
erations will grow aad from hope de
rerred nerore wieso things are realised..
There were sevenfatal cases of sun
stroke Jn St. Louis on Suuday. 'In New
York there were nineteen fatal oases
during Saturday and Sunday. The
thermometer stood at 96"
13r TmtlirStWet. iTK3M6n's. Building.
cuuies in 1110 way or me at. Louis train,
which wo" announced Would commence
running last Monday .Every preparaf
tion was madejfbr li by the Illlnoki, Cen
tral. It was extensively advertlsed'Vnd
cars wero made ready, but t the lastlBj
stant the Vandalla road telegraphed that'
It was not readyani! now It lanpt crjo
batilo illat tne'traVa'Jrilleput on'beforo
the.flnit of September. A
I The roughs of St. IjooIs have arranged,
for another beastly exhibition in 'the
way of a price fight, n the, th ft
November Jim Coyne and PatseyJ
lar4on will fight for $600 a aide and
excursion money,at soaie point within
Itiattaae, wo think, that the atrooci
arm of the law interposed In, tho interest
of decency and order. -j
JO. eaGtantseck's the remVvai'
of a federal oSeerholder of Ciacinnatl,
WHliaBj Storms by.name, oa the grovad
thathbtripped the old gentleman up
refcenUy,. and then offlcioualy assisted
him to ab feet, in order to lay a claim,
whlctrbe-wotked'wlth "sudoeM, upon' the'
president, to appoint' him to an office be
cause he bad helped his father.
Thc.vlllagers of Warren, -III,, offer a
bonas of two or three thousand dollars
to any person or collection of persons
who will lecafe; there aad ,t Up) and
operate a steam custom gristmill. As
the opening Is said to be a good one wo
regret somewhat that wo are not a
The national revenue from distilled
spirits for tho last fiscal year Is given at
$43,600,000, aad from tobacco; invarloua
shapes aud forms, at 522,200,000, for tho
troasury from these costly luxuries of,
whisky and tobacco.
Stokes aided by a lot or kindred spirits
is bringing a pressure to bear on secre
tary. Bout well, to .aecuro the .removal - of-
all Senior men In the Treasury servico
and tho appointment of his own friends.
Out of Ncheot.
In m&it of the Stntei tho law it careful to
rrtcribe the qualification which a teacher
nould poiiea ,bfqro -entcrinir ..upon .the
lcur 'uuiim. Ana oraciau aro commit
iontd to tee to It that candidates for tho
"high vocation" poucii too qualification! re
quired, and demomtrnto their fltncii for tho
work, btforo tbuy aro permitted to ajumo ita
rcionttoiniiof. vncinor icnooi omcer al
waVi hnvo the ability and honcity to liccnio
deterTinsr teacher only, and to adviic all un
dcitrvingCAndidatcf to seek torno occupation
better adapted to their character and mcntnl
calibre, it u not now our purpose to inquire.
The zeal or necllccncc of the executors of tho
law does not etfect tho purpois und intent of
tho n aKera or mo law.
Normal chooU havo, been oitabliihcd, and
liberal appropriation made to iinprovo tho
condition ana efficiency of teachcra. Knrnoit
men liko Mann and Pago, and a thousand
othort, have labored zealously for tho iamo
object; and books, uliuoit without number,
navo oeon ruonsnca tor 1110 teacner s gui
uance wmifl in xno icnooi. jjui mere teems
to so a ttrango lack of concern about tho
teacher out of ssAoof cjpcclally on tho part
01 mo iMCiier lucmtoivot. xnu tnaitrercnco
wo consider a torious damace to the nrofes
tion: and It is, not unfrcqoentlv. tho indirect
eaute or mo auetiecm not to tay aluretpcct,
wmcn me icacncr experiences and attrio
utcs to a popular contemnt for hit callinr.
Of all workinir men, tho teacher hat the
aUvantaco in leiiuro for reading and coneral
culture, and. ho is justlr expected to be
"poitcd" on all tho important quostlons of,
tho day. Yot how often arc tuch expectationt
auappoinieu, arm mo teacnor knowiedgo
found, at best, to bo like ancient coins, though
of intrinsic worth, perhaps, yet not of the
stamp that Is ourront among mon. lie may
bo successful in tno school room. but. out
of school, be wholly unproparod to moot his
uals ana superior on tho common ground
This degrades mm : ana ll is still worse.
when, as u often tho case, ho carries with hltn
into society tho air of high authority and su
perior wiiaom wnicn no aimooi inevitably
Requires will) nis pupus.
Against this natural veaknnss tho toachor
liouTd trivt -wltli ll hl mli-ht. Ho ihould
fel that wisdom Is not bound 11 1 In books, and
know that munv a man who inuy Imva read
but little, who u ignorant of Geometry, and
knows llttlo of ncienco, may, really una prac
tically, bo his superior in intelligence and
education. He should go abroad and sco for
himself what is going on in the world. II 0
shouU make himself familiar with tho great
political questions of tho timos; and, in all
things thatportulntoonlightcnmont and pro
irress. keen abronst, if not in advance of tho
popular current about him.
Thus by healthful mental and physical ex
ercise, by association with men and women,
ho will counteract tho influence of the school
room, and not onlv become better fitted for
his duties there, but for his not less important
duties out of school.
When 1 walk in tho woods, I am reminded
that a wlto purvoyor bus been thoro boforo
mo j my most dolicato oxperienco is typified
there. I am struck with the pleasing friend-
hips and unanimities of nature, as when tho
lichen on tho trees takes tho form, of their
loaves. In tho most stupendous scones you
will sco delicato and fragile foaturco, as slight
freaths or vapor, dew-linos, feathery sprays,
rhlch suirirosta high reflnoment, anoblo blood
and brooding, as it wore. It is not hard to
account for plvos and faries; they represent
this llpht rraco. this etheral contilitv. Brine
a spray from the wood or a crystal from tho
erooK, and place it on your manuo, nu youc
household ornaments will seem plebeian beside
Us noble fashion and bearing. It will wave
superior there, as if used to a moro refined ana
polished circle. It has' a salute and response
to all your enthusiasm and heroism.
7.,r.,-ru "JOH WorimiiT r rS
11 - ;
A Springfield correspondent of tho St.'
Ji'S mbmpKp thedem?
ocratlcucftndidales for seats in the lliin-
bis constitutional convention, says: The
om.rCf!I PtytH,wIeoting emlaeatly
proper mon ;.those who.challenge com
parison, with the best, material in4'the
ranks, of our opponents, ik a malerltv
of InstancesJhcy.arflnotactive psuiieaBtv
oucu njoQjM JUdgeKlceref Menlceaienr,
Judge AllS, it AleiaKJudgTBvan
ofrMarlon, with Atliersthat1 irilght be
aamed, aro dlstlriguisUed orlalenta and'
attainments and titled by extensive Ju
dicial experience' atfd'not aslsans.
- -tt :r zx rx o -i
A few days ago aomeVeaUoMaH oa the
Nashville and CbatUnooga railroad, in
passing through Long Tnnnel, near
Cowan, stumbled over a bundle lyinjc on,
tho track, and on opening, it was found
to contain a female child about a week
old. A atring was tied to the bundle, by.
wmcu 11 naa oeen lowered from the win
dow of a pasting train.' The liekd'of the
child was badly bruised. It was aiven
to a physician atCowanwho expects to"
raise it as nis own.
NEW J ADVEBTISEMENTSi
4 "Y."?'Kf Inquire of D. T. Pirkcr. corner Tnih-
THE1 jBBST and1 stjREST
ENDER'S CHILLT CURE
CobUIno no uIbIsi mr Arsenic,
I ast Psii1oaoan.f Uso Ts- -
. i i utt ri :v
- ' OH A WAJ W
Afie. a fiir trUI, pronounce It the of all me.ll
cinf ) et known for the pody and ccrUin euro of
iif'i'i r ' w "
FKTER and A((Ut qr.CHsXLS aud VEYER.
5HOO jA" jov;j
Chllte aud KoTer are cansed from a terUIn notion,
lit lax lllUlo atmoiBhero bnaarn u'nulul,1 I, rmj.
uu.-r uic Tiiauiy 01 me uioo.i. retardi tlio action of
wo uiucicni orKuni, ana fiaiuea uilllonsaeM, Conatl.
rtatlOn. etc.. and In thl uav nrinnrd ihAavatAm
any dUeaeof a more torloua nitiir lih m, fal
low. To arold further troublo, and rtllere yourself
v mi,v SMeV
It ktltnulatrs thu orirana In nofr.tn ihni...il...n.
funcUon, and acts as an antidote to tho i)ion which
cause the hevcr and Acue. and therfhv r.wtir... ii
"ysteiHtuhejltliand tone: and aoodtoolo such as
EXUKlt'S STOMACH 1I11TKUS,
Ktvo .Ircngth iunl uppclite,
will itettroy that
Iiil'UI ut'urihtw. tiuktcliuirii ao
of uvttriuoM that
en recoverlnc flroti
eo trnwloimly to any
one when recoverlnc ft-om thu dlion.e. It-1 li'chly
recommemlcd for thu euro of Pyipepal,
I KJlALS WKAKIVHIN,
. Ml '.
Ana lorcougns.coiai, uroncnuu nna coniumpilou.
It Unot to.H) turpuefU AS A TONIC bKVKrUGK
ituuirqimi eu, ttnu m a auro tnrpvpntivA arraUiM
'U, 1 1.. tr a . I n T
- K. jf'.VM. BNBBB0,;
j cero, the wreck of the atcamer LouUUn, as alio
now lies iu mo wiiari m uuro, 411.
U.li I, i'.VUKi.lC, ARCUI,
Cairo, III,, Aug. iv, itw,
MiR HAJjK. CIIKAP-New Cottage. and three
loU, corner Locust and Sixteenth streets.,
marliltf GltEEN OILBBKT, Atir.a
TOK NALE. Superior wra
paper at tho
r olnroof the Kvenlug'llullet
lirAJVl-EO. Tboao desirfni: board, 'bv
V week, can be accommodaiod at Mr. Kedmsn'a
W m aMSWt- UViKJ V WW S 'ft vwh ' 1
coroor of Hoventli street and Washington avenue.
Terms 1 as 00 per week board: 17 00 per week
board and lodging. aula lm
TOR MAI, St.
Two hundred head of beef steers.
years old and uowards. at Prentice. Ilallvar
county, Miss. In tlno condition for feeding this (all.
For particulars, address J. T. BEBBY. Beulah. Boll.
var county, Miss. an 11 lm
WANTBD Alexander County Orders, gt SO cts.
aad Cltv Bcrln at S3 cents on tho ilollir. for all
kinds of Lumber and Builders' Materials.
laaudir w. w, thok.mu.i.
IVSST AVT1UW BKACK-A superior suspen-
uer ioraiii or paTiisi an unsguauca oraco lor
shoulders 1 a.wiri a auipeoder a brace, or sot
V a Arc You a Slave
?.' hiiui!et U Jolco t you wist, wniut ihc f,l
IhTffirS' nd.y" wi" not onlybo cured of
ittxrttrVT f WtSl. aSS
' BnajMUess Whlakiea, WIbcm.
byrntgir;fer e ,r,lolea, nj nti
t VoiIIaaarUs,lo CeaacMt.
This new Ahd rrualle orllcloli rwmufxlUlrftd. ra.
for cmntai wood, loaiher, chlnawaro. tUi.
thoCiho1ip0" 5 wb0 b" Mmik fl0' "'
i !?J,,fS? J!" '' U aRio,all me Barrott's VecetA-
once and at I a bottle. Hare ays U toe place, aa ibolr
Honutera IlllaoU, Kentneky and Mlnoutl.
Tho demand for this article hu so Increaie4 m to
neocMllate Ui0 purchMo of aootlitrltraoiiupplr. Wo
liaro (he Srne article asmtdo by thy noted manufuctu
"jMareeroaiind IJrnsion. For either kind go tc
lfip HHlc-riy Killer.
Go to nrcUy, and got a sheet, of DuU-her'n Licht-
Hlnv ! v T. nr. Ik. ....i.ri.. .Ll. n 1 . . 1 1
if you wantlhe pure article, from tho orlalnal poak-
aaes, recelTtd direct from HiinnyBlor vlneyatds, Lo
hare It. Anirelica fort.
Naratega antl Bltio Lick. Water.
As clear and liTtlrMWkti drsnlc at the Sprinff-.
The mtue of thenc water have .jcoo and'aro befnt
tented to the jrreat lienellt and stlsfoctlon of rnsny of
ourcltlsoia. As dealt out at tho counter of DatcIat
imiri.(H(ri M, W WlfUJ, UUUI Mill TVISMQinilt OArA
tiokctror onedollsr; oorra ticket for
Bine Lick-twenty gUMes for ODcdolIsr
.Palali, olf, sod tolors of all klnd-cheap for cs
. T.h? 1r Insert. Tills new and popular slid
delightful bandkerehlofextrsct, nunufiicfured b ths
colebimled Bnmmel, of Pari, Is to be had at the Orus
Urs oa the Uvet. In tho perfumery lino It li the
t'lae ijua non" amnnjr the Uper-tu-lnm. To t to
cognltcd m a per., of "tit gout Ujto" j ou must Ut
It.r x I
r CHIABIDKMME, CAHBOLIO ACID, CHLORIDK
Or HO DA, PULVERIZED COPI'B. for ilal" cheap at
Harrlar'. Cleanse your premlies. Ifyou wantKool
liealtii , you must breathe puro air. "
tht DtirtLil Antl liaL sfllrIiia tt fiTr,ila rf I smnn
and n!l!a. for flavoring Ice cream, Jrllie. puddnK
ulc. To lie had at Barclays'. r
Pare Creuiu of Tartar.
The teat Enll.h Soda, Jamslcs Olntrer, clein ana
fresh. Pure Alltplce, lllMk Pepper, Kutmeir., Cinns
mon lUrk. otc t lUrolay llfolhcm.
i Illackberry WIhc and Cordial.
Of eitra quality. Now U the time lo iwe a puro art.
clc. l-oraftleiiidKiurHtiloel by Barclay Brolheri".
Klorld )tr; Bay Bum and Colosr.e forthetoi).
et and the hath. Coimilt luiircornfort durins tbli hot
weather aud tue thrtu refreahlnit arttclei" At the,
Drug atore on tho Lou'O youcan m what you want In
Just the toap for bathing, Itdoen not .Ink. N
danRtrof lo.luKltu, JttluaU ou tint auifaco of t6
water. At Barclays..
Barln's tooth powders and paste. French and Ea
gllih preparations for the teeth, aud toeth powder of
kuperlor quality of our own make. Call aud take your
"Tooth bruihea, shoo bruahwa, paintbrushes, snJ
brunhen of i
all Kinds, at Barclays.'
11 At Barclsys' you can
get tho PIVOT
ILLIAM W, THOltXTOy,
Wholesale and Belall Ivaler fn
xx m to o x"
Cedar Posts, Dour., ttaali, Illlmls and Wlsi-
OWee on Tenth Ntreet,
Betwen Comnwri'lnl and Waihiugtos Avenue.
Rock Jtiver i'aper Oomjan Sheathing jFtH
H, W. John' latproved Boelas;
Asbestos Cement olwatya on hassd
la large or small quantities.
pURE CRYSTAL LAKE ICE.
GEO. T. OU.NIUXCl,
Ohio I.Tee, Cairo, IllluoU, is preparedjto fmutsK
cititeo or ateaniboata with tho above pure article of
itp k ino iowei inarKti pngu. uiumns will bo re
gularly supplied by honest, acoommodotuiK aalessaea
Orders fronv abroad solicited. tnylsdSm
ALI HUSAlMi AMIS
TsWffMlef Jw you want a renewal of the beau
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to Barclays' an take your cliolco of Raatoratlvaa
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otlwryoo way wsnl, Including tho Jslamaa'sl.