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JIDATj, MAY 22,1874.
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Tkrea Months 60
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Proclamation by. the Governor.
State ok Illinois. 1
Kxr.ctmvic Uki'Aktmknt. J
In acconl&nco? with national ami depart-
mental order of the grand army of' tlio re
public, In nhtnrviindo f euatom alruudy
honored, and la harmony with tho (entl
ment of affection and patrlotl-ui of tlio
j, John L. lJKVMiwr, Oovernor of the
flat of llllnot,do hereby appoint Saturday,
the Mth Inat, a "Memorial Day," In rcmcm
beranrc of our patriotic di'ad.
And X earnestly request that nil the good
people of the state of llllimlj, mi that day
ceaae from their uul avocation, and join
In coiouicmoralliitf tho KUtferniga and valor,
the lacrlflccs and death of our fallen heroes,
by ttre lug their graves with aprlng iluw
rn and decorating their tomlis with frivli
Ahdl clo further request, that on tin) 'Sab
bath follovlnir,ln all our churchcx, appropri
ate, ncrvleo behold In memory ol tho loved!
unci and In sympathy with thoe who tll
mourn Inculcating public andpriVaUs virtue,;
obcdltiico to law, and love ol country, ana
eipreKln gratitude to Almighty Clod lor
bti continued blcBilncaupoii as a nation;
lu testimony whereof 1 have hereunto n't
my hand, and caused tho great seal
ol stato to bo ulllxed. Dono at
13KAI.1 Sprlngtleld, tliU 8th day of -May, In
the year of our Lord otu thousand
fight hundred aud tcvcnty-fniir.
John l. IIbvkuiikik,
Hy the Governor : Governor.
(Iko. II. II ah i.ow,
Beerctary ol tlio state.
Six cases against the Chicago and
Alton railroad, in cacli or which the
plaint! ft is a single individual, linvo
been removed, on writs of certiorari, to
the United States court.
The Illinois press association will
meet in Chicago on next Tuesday. Af
ter the business .of the association has
been concluded, the members will pro
cccd to enjoy themselves by taking n
The loss of human lifo in the la(o
floods in Massachusetts was' great and
that of material wealth, two millions of
dollars, all tho result, says a correspon
dent of tho New York'IIcrald', "of the
conceptions of the Liliputian souls of
grasping corporations. The dam
which broko away was as flmsy a
structure of its kind as ever was built.
Intcad-"of. cng, solidly constructed
whero tho Vast' sheet of water was con
centrated, thero was only an embank
ment ol earth and a fecblo stono over
TUE CITIL KKJHTH HILL TO BE
TUE SENATE FINANCE BILL NOT
JUST THE THING.
"OUR STAMPING GI10UND"-STIK
E my ETC.
WAiwrNOTON, May 19, The repub
lican senators held a caucus yesterday
after tho senate had adjourned. A
rather warm discussion took place over
the tejplulion of Senator Clayton for
the appointment of an Arkansas in
vestigating committee. Senators Clay
ton and Dorsoy wcro rather severe in
their criticism of tho president for ,re
cognizing Baxter, and they contended
that the precedent to investigate had
ben set by congress investigating tho
affairs of the Southern Suites by np.
pointing tho ku-klux committees, fliu
great majority opposed tho adoptioi of
tJ moon,aii being neither expedi
ent nor pcopex-r-.that neither houso had
jXWJSL ttJ;uvcsugaio tue regularity ol
thaeJectiou pf, a governor of a stalo.
Senator EdmundB argued that the pi ev
ident 'had exhausted lm power under
the- couatitution. Tho resolution was
yoUd dow an! the Arkansas tetiators
ubaldcd one reason for it was Mr.
Clayton was told that vu If a ooml
mitteo were appointed it would n. be
proper for him to be a member of it
and so feeling that no other senator
tave his colleague Dorrey would
bo interested in doing tho proposed
worn Uo wilted. The caucus also
etermtseu mat as soon as the
lA7ata 1 1 A . vnr. v t! n.. I'll
'b"! jj"l'iawuu Ulll g
dtapoeed of, tho civil right bill
ball be taken up aud passed. Tho
detaecrala aro to havo a fair chance to
bo heard, but an tho bill has jbeen
prttty well disousscd it will roquiro but
fuw days to dispose of it, This in w
elephant, but it is agreed that It is bet
tcr to faco tho question now than in
the iirosidenltnl mnlf.it. It was then
agreed to pass the resolution to adjourn
On iTu'nc"22nd. Tho house will make
tL.c day about July 1th, if not later.
The houso committee, on banking
and currency, held a session yesterday
and discussed tho question of finance
locluditfg tho new scnato bill on that
subject. From tho votes taken the
Senate, bill is not the bill for tho house
committee. From tho great diversity
of opinions it is impossible to guess
what result may be reached. There is
n great desire on tho part of sonio
radicals including Hpoakor Maine
to pass somo financial measure tnai
!will meet tho president's approval as
adjournment without doing something
(would bo sudden political death to tho
already dying republican party. 1 ho
'proposition, to take up tho bill ar
ranged by the scnato finance committee
was defeated. Tho senate amendments
to the house bill shared tho same fate.
Tho ootumittccs aro fo much adrift that
all efforts to harmonize will bo futile,
and tho bill will be reported back to
tho houso without rccotnwnndntion nnd
tl.v.a jouiu only knarm nlint.
OUR STAMPiNd nnoUNn.
Tho counsel for tho memorialists in
tho district investigation Messra. Mer
rick and Shellabargor submitted their
argument in print yesterday. After
goiriu lively" for Hallet Kilbourn
tho head of the paving ring and lauded
pool ho showed conclusively that tho
board had violated law by allowing ex
tra compensation to contractors to say
nothing of the extravagant prices paid
for work badly dune. Mr. Merrick
dwelt upon tho abuses of power, profli-
gato expenditure, and incompetent ad
ministration, and in answer to the as
sumed defouso that nothing had been
found which impeaches tho personal
intogrity of tho members of the board,
ho says, that "in tho eyes of Etatcsracn,
integrity is measured by a far diflcrcnt
fltaudard from that which petty lar
ceny is tried in a poiico court. As a
romcdy a total reconstruction of the
district government is asked for, con
sisting of new and rcliablo agents, tern
porary officers, appointed under con
gressional authority, and aii auditing
board to bo selected with the sanction
of congress, to take instant possession
of nil tho books, vouchers and papers,
and to oxamino them nnd to report to
tho next session of congress. Unless
such nn auditing board be established,
tho faint traces of truth at which you
nave arrived win uo ounnuaicu, ua
tho committco'fl deeds of darkness yet
unrevcalsd be forever hidden from tho
angry cyo of justice." Tho board will
Undntlblndlv "rm nn " nnil lw. "Itnaa
j qV j Muu . U .J .?
as did that other "Boss" will como
down and tho hope is general hero that
tho end of tho district rings, pools and
bosses will havo passed away.
8TIU 'i:m up.
Our panic-stricken congressmen need
stirtng up. The resolutions of tho
workinpinnnM m.i,M.i..ni;.. l.-i.i :..
New York last nicht will no do,,!, i.v
Q w tuft- JJViU JU
, . " , '
nuvivs"iuu vuwi vu oursoions. iu
ruauiuuous msisiini' mat couKrcss uo-
viso means whereby tho commcrco of
tho COUntrv shall ho rostorrd mill Mm
carrying of United States walla bo
(JOnn liV A Tnnrinnn tin Hnr tna lin.i
tho flag of tho nation, and that Super-
vising ivrciiucct .uuiioi no uisinissod
-t-. . tr . , .. . .
for violating tho eight hour law. aro
most importont. To gain our former
greatness our commerce must bo ro-
i .i .. X1..H.. : ,
- v-, u b muu n power lor
w..., vwuj,. nuuuiu iimjiv l0 u mat ne
Thero has been nnn,.!.lBmM
mnnt I ! 1 Ol I . ,
"Herman s removal ol
uio army ncauriuartcrs lrom this c tv.
-i no president is nnt r-n-r,.,!,!.,
tlio olmnge, but assented nt SIiitiiiWh
--vw iniuiUMiu IV I
request. St. J,0j8 u his homo and ho
rUf,, ... i .i., ...i ..:.i " i ' '
, "viuh uu rail'
...v.i. .i mum uuvaiuaueous as mo uuiK
of tho nrmy is west of tho Mississippi.
Tho matter is discretionary with tho
of tho army, ubjcci to tho dfi,t.ri.lctio": llou.so after houso. crum
, ,n. . bled in an instant. 'J 'he old residenen
not bo made until October.
THK HAOIIOIt.N t.'ONTIt ACTS
....I i. nt . ...
i urii.iuuo oou wi l nar-
.t. . I
iiuij'mu in mo uobato. On
Wednesday tho sub committee will re-
nnrt t th., C.ll
u'"o u mo
proper course to bo taken with regard
ias refused Sanborn's account Ac .
AccorHinB to precedent-Cien. Jeo II.
Stewart's credit mobilier case-l-ren-eott
will bo locked np until confess
OUIt roilKIU.N HEUVICK.
'J'ho exposure made in the houio ou
Monday implicating Mr. .lames Wat.
son Webb -formerly our miuistor to
Rrazilin a fraud on that government
amounting to ?7.'),000 has caused con
flidorablo talk. Tho constant develop,
ing of frauds and lobbories by oflicials
uuder this arid prior radical admin!.
M'l - ... I
committee or Wnvs and M.ifn.H ,u.1 11 " remains. Une hoiisu
report on tho Sanborn cantraets. 7 n !affio unilo trco and nn-
'y i. k n. h zsr&stfsi
, ol Now iork, Hut er. I):iw.s at tho button fnotnrv l.nnr.l i i
trations recontly has startled tho pco
plo until,'thcy t-carco expect honesty at
all. l'rovious to this disgraceful ex-
posuro lion. b. H. Cox had
delivered a most happy speech
showing up tho rdttonnoss of
our Diplomatic and consular
pyHlom and illustrating his subject by
picturing our jay bird at Vienna the
pious Dr." Newman, the chevalier
Vintlimlric-A. 11. Stcinburgcrand Hum-
scy Wing. Mr. Cox was most elTectivo
from his witty and sarcastic sallies and
kept tho Houso in a roar. iNo sooner
lad he drawn the picture than the por
trait of an ex-minister was brought
forward for n prominent place in it.
THK (IKNKVA AW.UIP.
Tho bill reported from tho Judiciary
committee by Gen. JJutlcr, us an
amendment to the senate bill is noth-
moro or less than his old
with a few amendments
raado in committee. From pres
ent appearances tho claimants will
leave their claims to their heirs like
tho French spoliation claimants.
UO VKUNOIl II KNMUCKS.
Gov. llcudrioks, of Indiana, was on
tho lloor or tho House yesterday, und
was warmly welcomed by his many
Iricuds. Tho Governor is hero on bus
iness nnd will leave to-morrow. Ho
is looking exceedingly well and is in
good spirits. He is most sanguino of
the early downfall of tho radical
TED BY WATER.
Destruction ol' Li To and
INCIDENTS OFTHE GREAT
(Correspondence ofthe N. Y. Herald.)
The devastation nt Leeds is inde
cribuble. Only thrco houses on tlio
cast side of tho river remain in their
original positions. The water first
struck the Nonctuck silk dam, a solid
structure, and plunged through nt is if
it had been a bank ol sand, lliu unm
was built twcnty-Gvo years ago, and
had a twonty-uix foot fall in tho co li
tre. It originally cost 50,000, and
was rofaccd a few years ago. Tho
stone wall of tho mill facing the
stream was nearly swept away. Tho
mill was damaged but slightly, but
work will not bo resumed on it for
months, thus thrownm many hands
out of employment. Tho silk mill
boarding houso was totally wrecked,
.-ii ti.u luuiaivs escapeu, except luih.
Vaughn aud Miss Woodward, both of
whom lost their lives by returning for
some valuables. Miss Woodward was
a daughter of tho old proprietor of tlio
Woodward House, at Northampton.
The old woden mill, occupied in part
as n saw mill, was next crushed by the
secthiug waters. This was n three and
a half story buildiug, 250 by 10. Tho
flood in its course took Selectman W.
F. Ouitrlov's Iinntp ilmrn 1in fMirront n.
few rods, leaving only the old h part
on .tlic 8Itc' ln this u part Mrs.
Quigloy, two daughters and Miss ilar-
ll 1 I . ' . .
u. '. a lc.ac".cr ? 1,10 J'cou? sci.ooi.wcro
I Bitting. 'laving just completed break
nast. uney now liuu iiJC upper story
mm so csuapcu. n was wh lo thev
wuro standing horo that tho main part
ui l" "UUBU i,urluu ,ro"' ululr
. u. .,,
fcavicg them with a thin partition to
. ' ' """''
ptiroys on tho roof of a houso. that an.
peurod ns u ship on tho sea. Hannilv
il ',0.atci1 .ncar 1,10 window, and Miss
IT - y uu , 4,ar0cl ra,sca
tho window, grasped him and drew
him into tho little harbor that bravely
stood outmo storm, and lio was saved
Mr. llumphrcvs knows nothiii" of th
wnJ' "o camo upon tho roof. His
mh ? wll two children and an
,,,! I,l,, , ..II .,, J M. IT
"Bfcu 1U,V ""l '
nlimvu M uimr m.1 i..f !. l 1
sho nnd tho old ladv took each n child
and stood unon :i bed. holtliiic tlm lit
I J O
110 onusauovo mowaves that woroolam
orin8 Ior. ,nor .",0 M
0I11,,n. 1,1 Ma.v. were saved
IIIDlllkUIVnS. ' ' in rn.. ,r .!...
noci nway aim iroin th s no nt m n
tcrs poured down into tho drowned vil
'nWfi, bearing on its bosom tho form of
Homo liUiuths a(.;o on tho Morris lOssox
rntiroatl.wub- nmonjj tho first to fall and
.1.. i .i . . :
UIU tul,""K onu and hastened In
ltitmii.tfu lm...... i .. . ;
""'""i it were, com
m" f, thM0 ,,r0nt ,t,luroto
.. """"vf ouoyeil, ruillllll
to tno h . ninmrli oi.,;..
" of Mr. Ryau'n children, a .-rand
.wurJ ."J?11 "ll,u l'arrl0 noy to fol-
low him, but they stood fixed lo tl...
snot in terror and fright, lio Hod with
tho child. Thoy remained with uu-
0 nor ciuiu and so wcro swept away.
Mrs . Honnoy'H other daughter Annie
,n' n rn0,,;th0,,,f,ill, 8,1,1 navod. Tho
llage chapel followed tho way to do
struction, and also two or three loul lo
bouses The current had nowToa ly
reached ( eorgu 1. Warner's KK
factory which was totally ruined Th"
alarm had been giver, and ll tKo om"
1 bherwood escaped The.o two To-
wtimuim aim started fur 1
wuen tnoy weio hwcj I down
Floroncc, when compared to tho
other villages through which tho terri
ble flood BUrgod, may bo said to havo
escaped serious damage No person liv
ing thoro lost their life, and yot tho
scene on tho Florcnca meadows was np
palling. Tho waters thero had tho
swoop of 100 acres of fine meadow laud
an I rushed over its enlarged bord crs
with a speed of lightning, carrying
away every thing which had been
plantcd,and covering tho fine grassland
with a loot or two of soft oarth, on
which is piled indiscriminately several
thousand cords of timber and building
material of every kind. Dwelling
houses and factories ground to kind
Unit wood lio in crcat confused masses,
and mixed with the debris may be seen
household luruituro torn to iragmcntf,
bedding anil wearing apparul, pieces of
Bibles, hymubooks, photograph al
bums, mantel ornaments, &c, all .de
stroyed nnd heaped up on both sides
ol tho fitream as lar as the cyo can
THK I1KUO OK THK I'hOOIl.
Tho first warning tho pcoplo of
Floronco had of tho approach of tho
flood Was brought by tho bmo Myron
Dav. who. with tho flood roaring bo-
hind him, lashed his horso down
throuiiii tho vallcv startling the dwell
ers aloui; tho utru.uu and the operatives
in tlio mill with his (iniuk cry, "lluu
for your lives!'1 it was n little after
eight o'clock Saturday morning when ho
dashed into Floronco, startling the ech
oes with his wild nJarm. For ti mo
mont tho pcoplo hesitated, -scarcely be
lieving that the man could be in his
senses, hut his mauir soon infected
them, and it was well for them that it
did. They fled to t to high ground
with all possible Hj'UCi ami had scarce
ly reach it when tlw torrent swept
through nnd onward towards North
hampton. It was he work of a few
moments, and tlo waters receded
rapidly and the mci of Florence bent
thqinselvcs to tho sorrowful task of
looking for the doal bodies.
R. SMYTH l& CO.
LIQUOR 1) RAIj KHS
No. (!0 Ohio Jcveo,
B. F. PARKER,
(Suece'sor to I'atkcr A: I'.lako,)
PAINTS & OILS
And tlio crlcbratcil Illuiiilniitiiii;
llron' llulldlnf, 11th St. A: Comorclsl A v.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AXD GOAL I
oi'i'ici: and -Aim,
10th St. bet. Washington & (ommcrcial Avo.
.a. larso supply ol I'iLsburi; ami
-ntiimy foal const-mtly jn lianU. Htove
wouu sawcu to onier. Orders for coal oi
wood bhoulil bo left ot the nlhcn on Tenth
troct. 1 enns, ciihh on ifcllvury.
Boot & Shoe
Ilulwcce Tciitf aii'l Kl. vein Ii Slivul
U pri'pari'il In III iii.ii-rs vllliout flo
lie bait n Unit nlo.k cf inn rilt.l li-idin
liautl, Jiii-t rccehil from .Numcrl.. nnil Ini
nuiowu tlioprhl-fl to Iji lowest mti li.
A-1 Mm '
ii. MAXWELL & CO.,
aiuiiiifu''"'''""'' i.-ilors In
maownk & mim OILS
Al-o Ageiiti for the
No. 7ll, North .Miiino trcct, :
BoU. "Wood & Co
V I ILA.DELATEIA, PJOxNN.,
rountnlns, Vitsos, AUmalB. Iron Hlalrs,
Lamp Posts Sall VMS,
Wh o voi ks.
CAST, WROUGHT WIRE RAILINGS
NKN'anu IMltOVKl'D OUAIKforlhoHlrt ,
tCBncoitiiml Nocture un.
And n General Awortmoiit of Orna
mental J ion Work.
KntlmtttoH ami ilosliiH pi'iitoii iiiiatlnu,
mhiiiii; urn ciukH oi orK (it'Mruii.
J t.iko plcusuro in calling
tho nttcntion of tlio public to
my fesh nnd full atook of
now and elegant jYuvniturc, at
my furniture and Latrass
factory, corner yovontocntli
Street and "WnsliiiiKton Ave
nue. My stock embracca
3edstoads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, "Wash-
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a won
it 1 1 i . t
an tnai is usoiui or orna
mental in my lino.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose oll'ering better
yoods at lower prices, and
have made a large redxtior
in the price? of ..)! iny goods.
Cur. ju.ci examine my stock
n;l secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade 1 oiler special induce
incuts. Xoto the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale and 1'etail Dealer in Fur
niture and Matrasses.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Ami Donlcr In
No. i Ohio I.cvoc, CA1KO, ILLS
tST.Spcclnl nttcntion Riven to roiislnn-
mnis ami lilini!; orne rs. ii-- ti
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
ISJo. XXO Olilo Lovoo
TJN3 CAIRO CITY i
Arc jirciiarcd to Mipiily customcrH1
ultli tlio (;est i
i.cavk (ii:in:i:s- .t
EUIlfllIId.iy Jlro.'. olllcv, N". 70
rirllalll.l.ij llro.V Wliarilal; '
sVAt Kirvpilnn Jilll.jor
I ff At Hid mill iliuiip. Toot til
Special kimzrJ.i ii large Ccnsumers
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levco, over Mathus i Uhl's.
BSyAVm Litt Jint-cliiHS Omipunim
Sit HVki. i irkiiiu .v rnwiwk
I XSU UANt'H J(JKNTS,
ti jiovco, uuy iNationai Hank
litllUllllg, UA1I10, 1I.I.S.
'I'lie oliU-ft eMJiMMicil Agi-in-)' ill Southiin
iimiiiii, iTin'ciuiiiK iiMT
of I Ii u licxt liiMininco Capital i tho U,
DAM Kl J)A.MPKHT
la: jv x 33.
3D '33. 35 S S as 33. 1
Sl.'h Ii Hii-prt, lintwicii Washington and
LlKMiucalH, l'iitont Medicines, IVrfuniery, Soaps, IJruslios
Toiletl Articles, J)rugists Fancy Coods, Ctillier WliiU
Lead and Other Cradew, Taints, "Oilors, Oils, Varnishes
v .nm mum-.-"! tiling, vnuia, wnn, aruieiies
ulow Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, J)vt
Is, l-Hc, J-:tc, lOtc.
Wi Ki(iif inrrnrttiif diuift mul akIa
III W.'lllt ()I (lOOiH III Olir 1.1 IIP. .StP.ttnltO.lt.
i-Mu " liruiiuu nun jvii:iuiu I'Mltf III JlOUKiUniMf HaUS.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, II ETA I L & WlEiCKH'TlON,
ll I K..IIH...I ...11. I.lt..l 1 ...
, 1 unio i.cvt'O.
(Late I'roprieter of tho St. N icliola.s Hotel j
Ha hecomo SiiperititenJcrit ol the
CORNER S1XTJI STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
ilr. Walker having taken charoo of this old and well. known hou-o. will at
once give it a thorough renovating, and put it in lirst-olaM order for tho recep
lion gueta. Mr. Walker will welcome hie old customer to the new hou-c, and
will always he glad to pcc them.
First-class Day Board S20 per Month.
HAERY WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Lsvcc -
EDMUNB HTJEFNER, Proprietor-
The Planter')) Uoiho is located tin Ohio I.oreo .Street in
POTS AiYD STEAM 13 OT LAi J)IISTGS
And in tho Center of tho Huninc Portion oi the City. Tho Houso i new
and completo in all itH tipjiointuiciiln. Tho rooms, aro large and airy, henideit
being uleganlly furninhod and earnoted. (iiiut.-t will rrfrnvn f.niirli.nnu front
incut and tho hedt of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
U.W. UUNN1NO, M,T).
UICSIUKNOK fornor Mnlli ami Walnut
itri't'tH. Ollli-e iiorniir blxth ulrcet nnil
.llitoluvpe. Oitluu hours lininii u, in., in
V! in,, ami J . ui
r ii vi iii
f ti.l.,...i.iJ ni..,.i.uu.. r i l
I'lAtltAtinn nml Kninlli- Sr. ..IL.fr,., ,.nmm filrii
' " .-fVU .l.f
WnsliiiiKton A vp. cor. Kljjhtli .St.
m mm m m 1 ami
. CAIRO. II.I.S
TO UA.ILROA.1) DE
Day 'Hoarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
J)H. VM. HAIiJS
Balsam for the Lungs
Till-: (SUKA.T AMKKIOAN CON
Connunptlnn U NOT an Incurable illuai.e.
I'liycl ihin.s lulu u thin fact. It In only
iie. o. i-arr to Imvo the lll,t Itomu.ly, ,,,,,1
tho terrlhlo malady on be conijucrcii.
Hall's Ealsam 13 this Romody.
It livealtH till tllO IiIl-IiL kwrnitx. rullnvm II, n
npiroM,o tljjlitiiCHH across tho limjfH, und
hi'iiU the larcurld 11111I a.vcoriitted urlacL-.i
which tho oiioui ol tho ilisoiino inodiiccs.
WHIM: lAVl) IiASTS TIIEKK IS JIOPi:
It may not b too late to effect a euro even
alter tlio doctors linvo clvon you up
Ilall'n lllhm Ik hold civerywhere, nnd
may bo bad at wholesale of tho I'ronrietdis
.lohn K. Henry Ourran tc Cor.wat their
l'ico. New Vork. I'rlce at per boitlo?
H.illH llolsam N bIki a mire remedy lor
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