KUIDAY, JULY 3,1874.
Ortlclnl l'nprnif IlieCltr nml foinilf
lUtl.N li. OUKIlliY. Kdltor mt lMbll.ihe-'
THUMB OKT1IK DAILY UULI.KllN
One urook, by carrier f J'
Ono year by carrier, In Advance W W)
One year by carrier U not pild In
Uno month, by mill, ICO
Three months 3 00
BixmoDlhs. r 5i
Una roir 10 00
TIttiM or WKKK,V 1IOLLBTIK.
One Year SI CO
Six Months f
Throo Jtonths K
Invariably In advance.
ItcnilliiR timllrr mi every iik'.
Yot'Nfl girlfi who report to (ho prac
tice of eating ar.onic to improve their
complexion?, will make a note- of ''lC
death of Miss Kato UV.-C of 1'arW,
Kentucky who wanted n nice complex
ion, nnd nto arsenic to pcoiirc it. The
tlofo nho took was toolarge anil it killed
Tin: prohibition convention- nomin
ated a lady for plate superintendent of
public instruction .Mrs. Jennie Will
ing who if a teacher in the Illinois
Wesleyan I'nivorMty and m the repu
tation of doing n lady of considerable
To-day is black Friday for Wash
ington, The pret-ideiit and Mr. U rant
leave ior Long Urnuch, Secrotary 1'i-h
taken his departure for his summer res
idence on the Hudson, aud other dig
nitaricj forsfik'o the capitol Ibr picas
antcr tummcr mmtcra.
A narrow-guagc wooden railway if
being constructed between Wauzeka to
Kccdstown, Wisconsin, under the aus
pices of the Chicago and Tomah nar-rotv-gungo
railway company. A Wis
consin paper says the rails ucd are
maple, which are sawed out i) by fi
inches. "These aro gained into the
ties, and fastened at the ends with
dowel-pins, the gains in the ties bo
ing a trille larger than will admit the
rails, aud on cither side of the ratlare
driven wedges in opposite directions."
Thce maple mild aro obtained at n
cost of Slf) per thousand feet.
It is estimated that the maple rail will
last over one year without repairs, and
that the interest on cipitul itivc.-tcd in
iron rail would relay n track every
twclvo months. Last fall, ou the Klk
uder road, lo", j.u.iiu,. r !
track was laid with maple rails, aud an
examination made of them this spring
shows that they have not been injured
by use. Tlio new r.oa d will be ready
for the trains by September next.
W I L L IT 11 H DON K ?
Tho Grand Dnko Nicholas, nephew
of the Czar of Jtussia, who stole hi
mother's diamonds nnd gave thoin or
tho money rocoivod from tho sile of
them, to his mistress, has been tr.ed,
found guilty and scutcucod to banish
ment lor life iu tho Caucasus).
It is but a few weeks since the ol
fenso for which the Grand Jltiko is to
suffer so severe armniihi-'t, wan com
mitted. Tho trial has beeu speedy,
tho sonteucc iiuick. Truly " Husata
reads tho world n lesnon,'' in its rigor
ous treatment of a member of the im
perial family for an oficuro which in
homo countries and in some f'auiilic
would be considered, if not a moral "tic,
.tie Kt b.ast to be kept unt of the
courts. Hut no eousideruti n nl
family ties, or po-itii wero ullotfejJ to
iuterfero with the wift aud utern
course of justice. Tho example- cannot
fail to be a salutary warning to all
classes of society iu the great Umpire.
It teaches that dishuno.sty-i a crime in
tho prince ns iu the peasant, and that
in either it will meot with a sure retri
The poojjl J tin" oouniry. it tncy 1
would, might lay the examplo of Jtus
oia to their hearts with profit at this
time. In the great mteropolis of the
country lives a man, who for vetrs luis
been a member in his own right of the
family royal by intellect a lord.ef-the
household which by tho might of bruin
rules tho empire of the mind and the
heart. It lias been said of this man
that he sought to steal the jewels ot a
household, k rob it of the priceless di
nmoud of purity, the lovely pearls of
innocence and peace. Involuntarily,
he is now on trial foi the crime before
the moral and religious tribunal of tho
country. What will the erdiot bo?
"What it ought to be, cvory man nml
every woman knows.
With the fall of Henry Waid
Uecchcr as regards himself tho world
haB nothing' to do. If he sinned mid
repeutcd,if he hai, beeu struck with re
morse, if ho hai suflcrcl tho sting of
couciento, are mawirjj puiely personal
to 'himself. But if he'ig ' guilty of the
or line imputed to him, fcow.ty owes it
to itself to puuish him, or tnr.M Uj)0),
RB 1 JW!B
itoolf the coiuequcncci of the condone
mcnt of sin. Then) will bu tu
teach Hc lessen that chrittiauity i n
natnr.not a principle; a bhndow, not u
BuUtaucc j n cloak to hide Bin, not a
garment to protect the wearer frnm the
impurity and wrong-doing of the
world; that preaching and practicing
aro two different thing!', and that the
sin is to bo excused in proportion to
the groatucs? of the sinner.
The duty of society i to pronounce
sentence of moral hanfohtuont
against Henry Ward Needier, not to
punish hint, but to teach the lcou
which may now bo taught, if ever, that
the higher the position the purer
should bo the character of the man, Air
a? the highest mountain thro'" H'"
longest shadow, so is the example of
the most promitir-"- men the most
potent in its influence for good or evil
WAS IT SUICIDE On VANITY
DI'.ATII OP A UKAUTIr'lJIi KKN
TL'C'KY OIUL TKO.M A3 UVKU
UtWE Ol' A1WKX1U.
fely.) DiipRto'n, .limn , t (num.
nail Kiiijulrer )
Our community was startled tlin
morning by the rumor that one of tho
most beautiful of our young l.idic had
committed suicide, oral Ien-t had died
from tho efforts of arsenic administered
Miss Kate Went, the unfortunate
young lady wa? about sixteen years
old, of unusual beauty; both of form
aud face, her form being above medi
um height aud almost laultles.s iu its
-proportions, llor complexion was
conspicuous lor its laimess ntiti clear
ness! and many of our fair ladies en- I
vied her the possession of such charms.
Last night she attended lho Methodist
church iu this city iu apparently as
good a spirit as usual.
A limit uua o clock thu uwruitijz the
came down ytn'ir aud told her mother
slic .i.- hit (iik. ltor mother akd
her what wax the matter? b'he said she
had taken some arsenic. Her mother
at once sent for I)r. McLead. whocame
at once, ami fouud her very low. Jr.
Mcl.ead sent for I)r. J. L) l!ay for
cousultattou. .She was aked why and
how she- took tho poison, aud on a
promii-o of secrosy she said she had
trouble, and had taken it intentionally,
but sho wantod to get wull ag.iiti. She
gave uo other reason for the act other
than that she "had trouble." fcho sauk
rapidly, nnd nt about 5 o'clock a.
m., breathed her last. Sho took an
overdose and vomited copiously, but
the stomach being empty at the time
of taking it, it had absorbed sufficient
to do the deadly work.
Mie was very impulsive, and it i.s
supioedthat iu n tit of luomentary I
pique at somebody or something she
took the doso that she afterward re
pentod of. She had been off to tchool
.i t;.i. I'j- , u. I...1 .,.. .J l.
fore tho close of the season, havini: be
come very homesick, and, indeed so
anxious was she to come away that sho
threatened to kill herself if they did
not allow her to como homo. It is said
she had been taking arsenic for her
complexion, and by many it is suppos
ed that that was tho real cauu of her
death, having taken an overdose.
Sho was a member of tho Methodist
church, n regular attendant at the
Christian Sunday school and was very
popular among her classmates.
OLcoursc Oleic nr many rumor as
to the truo cause of her suicide, some
averting that her relation at home
were not of tho most pleasant nature,
hut this seems to be entirely unfoun
ded, aud the most nmicablo relutioiiH
have existed between her and all the
'"inherit of tho family. During hir
short illness sho was very affectionate
to tneiu all. Unr ciar.
actor was spotless, and it is a source of
much womiorincnt as well as of torronv
to our euininunity. Sho was also a
member of the Good Templars of this
city, and ahvaw an active tmiitnnt iu
the tetuperariso work.
II. r remains will betaken lo Cynth
hum, wliisii watt ht-r former home, and
from whence she culo to this pltti-- a
few ) oar ago. Hr relatives in Har
rison eoutity aro very numerous. W'v
have not li.. ' a death in our commun
ity fi a loot: timo that produced so
great a feeling of sorrow and surprise.
LATK NHWST "
Matt Carpentor's nttcmjit to cxpluin
away Jii.s infamous olevuuth section to
tho now bill to rcgulato the courts is
not ulfineJ hv nhlo iurisl. (in of
iiiose calls attention to tho fact that
Carpenter does not iu explicit tonus
deuy that process could bo servod on
tho Washington correspondent of a dis
trict paper, so as to bring tho paper
before the district tribunal for trial ;
and .Judge Hlack, in reply to intorro
gatinns, states that such i3 tho un
doubted legal effect and operation f
this section, and that those courts
would so construe. Washington tele
gram. Governor lirown has iued his pro
clamation ordering elections to fnl va
cancies in the seventh and tenth ehan
eery distriets ; eleventh and sixteenth
nml twelfth judicial circuits Judgeship
oi tho county and criminal court of
Montgomery couuty ; attorney geueral
ship of the seoond judioiul circuit , nt
toiney generalships of the twelfth cir
cuit and sixteenth circuit ; attorney
Koncralship of tho criminal court of
Montgomery nnd Houston counties ,
and attorney generalship of the crim
inal court of Knox county , tho clecjion
on the samo day that county officers
Washington siHjcial The appoint,
mcnt of Mr. Halo to be postmaster con
era! was not made, us has been fool
ifcli'v reported, in thu
ir Jflaiiio for tho suegossidn, Wit of
J'iOidont Grunt himself, who by this
meuiH expects to sucuro tho support of
.Michigan, and possibly Milino, j'or tin
1 KL'.' " 'jia'w
nominstion. .Mr. Halo's Hcccptance
fully commit-" him to Ur.iut against all
others. Tho lenders of tho lcpublie.iii
pr.rty, who aro looking to presidential
lienors, aic said to view lirant's well
plnntad iuancucH with much appre
hension, i. lid aro arranging to defeat
him if possible. It is thought by tone
that OrantV policy is to run for the
regular republican nomination, nnd, if
lio lain to secure it, to c in position to
run independently as the candidato "f
a third party.
I't'im l'arls lettcrof Juiic'i, tol'lilUilcliiltla
NEW STVI,j;ori,AIIKs' "AIU iihi:si.nc.
I am ah mil to cliionicle a revolution
not nti impending one, but an actual
utxt ; a revolution which will do away
with many remnants of ancient cus
toms, which will change the appear
ance of existing things, which will be
world-wide iu its influence, aud which
will bring down tho loftiness of many
an aspiring head. (Jucens upou their
thrones will wear tlieir crowns with a
diffcroncu because of it, and cook-maids
in the kitchen will acknowledge its
power. 1 allude to the tottil change in
the stylo of dressing ladie hair. The
tlat has gone lorth, aud tlio loft top
knots wo havo patiently endured for
some years past arc to givo way to a
return of the looped drooping braid
hanging low upon the nock. Not two
braitU, however, ns of old; only one
thick one is to be worn, looped at tho
end and tied about hall' way up with a
bow of black ribbon. Tlio front hair
is worn parted, and perfectly ilat or
slightly crepe, nnu witn n coronoi piau
going around tho head, somewhat far
ther back than it ha heretofore been
worn, while the space between tho
eorouet braid and the back hair is filled
in with iiuff- of hair. The style i
siiupl., pretty and beroming, and is al
ready universally adopted by tlio fash
ionable? here, but its adoption will nec
essitate an tibaudoumciit of tho high
ruffs and millings, that now decorate
tho necks of ladies' dresses, and a re
turn to the llat collars and narrow
quilled laces of other days. So much
for the fickleness of fashion.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
CAitliOM.it.E .lack'oii cmnty.
May i:., liU. I
nil c,n, litum Ui:i i stiNMcnt iiuiiilx r n
yililij; i roii- hv, and are wlllim; to
i-otttnliU!" a ly in ill iun tow ul .li'fraj
ltiic i xnui-oKay two lmndnd i ion
dollar cai-li a Normil institute will lio 1-M
In tlio ci-w MliMhn;, i iiiiiiiiicIdk .I'll l.tlu
d.iy of dedicating tin liulMliis.andcniitlmiL'
till July -.1. The l'rlneialol tin. t'tilvrrnlty
i 111 li.tx t- charge, jml the niei!ib-r of
tli f.ieu::y Mil ln tlio Utiin part of tl.oln
striictlon. At lia-l U'u lecture- will In- it n
and, ll'tlio i:i-Ii coutrlLuteJ !- siilllcifiit, tlic
boftim n f lln -tat.-a MNmUiI and lull,
ana. win ho Lroui'lti in fur tk m lecturer-.
It nut niori- tli.ui ono luiudrnlaiid llllyut
tead, the jier.-on-l routrai t h1i'i ttio In-lnio-
tor.4 will lie 1,'rralcr and tin-pro 11 more ; and
llju LXI "'e Imtltutloa will bt- the
s.uno, th'1 fee should be live dollar. If three
liuudrc 1 ttorid, tbc fee could be reduced to
An tlio slate lcctalaliir" inal;. " pruv
Ions l r paying the e.pinea ol suihlTii in
stituto, so desirable to and Miluabl to puMie
ioutliirn Illinois, adil another favor to the
many they li.no already done tlio coiumu-
nlt, and git this announcement tciral
irrniulioiii liiicitlons in u good ul.iec, and
e.dl 1'ie attention nt teachers to it
Lit nil who wish to attend, i-end tlieir
names st once and not later than June 20,
prox to lr. llobra. secretary of truetccs.of
Soutlnrn lllliiol- Norinsl fplver.ilty.Carbon
iond board c:.n be had iu Carbotidale at
N. n rin- in-tlMib- cannot lie held with
Ief than one liut.dri d andllfly who will pay
fl dulfar. i.nli. Itoiii.KT Ai.i.yn,
l'rlni lp.ilorl ,u-.iilt.
iii-i in .niinrfii inm
'IJil. mttii' only I'rofeihlunal "jtragH.
Milium It.m-r' In "milii rii llllnon, anil It I
now Had) .ui.l iii.Mivd to fuiimli nmiiie
in un munliiTri .,r
Jiiul I'arlies of til 1 kinds
Ln.'Wll 111), l.endi r, d. ( ItniiKN, hei-'y
All i in tu 11 m iiiohh -limdd in iiiiri-.r(jii
In tin i-.iiinn. ( mui-it uiory ol .Mii.lr,
oriiei 'lillin tu-.-t and Wutiniieton
Boot & Skoe
Iii twece 'I'mti, unit Klc-ventn Street,
I l'rciared tu nil order tiiumt delay,
lie lia a Hue ,l,:k of lm ( ilnl U .tl)i r (Hi
liaiid.jii.tijTcund lioin .Ninnrrl., mid liax
liiit dimn tlu-iiM if to !) ..wet notili.
5 W r
B . rr 2 U !
T3 m 0
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIBO, IILiS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proiirietor-
The Planter' llot.-e is located on Ohio I.otco Street in
CLOSE rROXIMlTY TO l A I LROAV D.l!
POTS AND STEAmOT LANOIiXOfD
And in the Center of the limine. Portion ol the City. '1 bo House is new
and complete in all its i.ppoiiitmenfs. Thu iooiu, mo lurize and airy, beside
being elegantly furnished nnl carpeted. (!ucts will rccoivo courteous treat
ment and the host of aceoniuodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day Uoarlovs$:!0 per .Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
no it moiiiih
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And t-atcr In
No. 70 Ohio I.ero. 1MII10, II.I.S
-irVncelil Kttcntini clvcn to con-ln-
nieiitu nd llllitii; ordet. 11-i tt
Groceries, Pron'sions, Etc., '
IV o. XXO Olslo Iiov'oo
Ur.Xl. T.HTA I L Allt.SI I.
,loha Q. llatninrf ire
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO. '
Real Bbta te
And Land Aentof tlio IIHwm Central and
liurliiKton and Mlour)lt. 1!. Co.
North Cm. Sixth and Ohio I.cvco,
C. WINSTON ft. CO.
Ileal Estate Agents,
71 Oiuo JiUVKK, (Scond l'lotr,)
Ilu and S. ll ItKAI. lTAl:. J'.vy TAXIIb
)'iiinilieH Ali.trjctof '11 tic.
tST'l.and ( oiiniil-kloiier.
Klolnil SutKltT. MKT. W-IIIKUTdN AM' 1
CoMMl'.nciAlAVK.adjol UK llminy t.
Ki i p. tin- lipkt ol 111 el, oik, Mutton M-al,
I. null, an-at'i-, i lr., ui Id prepared to
urn I iiiiiIIi k in i in i-cjit'iu ui'iiilier.
BUT CH 33 yL
Aid lali-r In
AliL KINIi.S (J'' J'UKSII .M HATS
Near (Jor. Vonthtli .Stroot nnd
HYLAJD Si SAUR
Ad In.i -r in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
ij i-vy ileel'il'lion,
Cor. inn, ir,.lt , Coiiiiik i-IhI Avenue,;
.Next door , the ll)lalid Saloon.'
HIMilA! H.SJIITII, iM. I). !
i.J.ui'i."1";!';1''? N"-'-1' Tiiii'uomii NiK.it!
irm. llVa,',,l"'l, 11 "iiu.. mid Walim
alij' i iiliiiimii i.il ui nil'f, up
till! I lie
.M Wi . -ic'er. Ik epic the l ' rit-. t
And all kin .i "i V liw ork d"iu.- at
iimi: Ki:i'i li v
A Full stock ot
WATCH IIS. CLOCKS. .IKWIM.KUV,
SI'IXTACI.F.S, TOOLS AMI
JrJTSol'' A.'ent for the Celebrated Karl
No. 1W, WAMiii.vcroN Avi:m i:.
T. J. KERTH,
uei i -oi to
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
Hollow Wiiro &c.
Mnnuractiirer and .loblier ol
ti.v,siii:i:t ntoNnmi (;oim'i:kwaui:
I'oini", llird Caift-, In- noun l-t-. . . r
:iIit ( oi.li I -. Win- l lolh lur Id
dow p-.-i i-iivl-ip'iiu d Wine,
Cltidoi'iiiu: and .Jo)) Worli
MAUI; A SPKCIALITV.
Aiii nt lor l lie
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
'I In 1 i.-st Iron I tootln ' iu Hie Market.
ijider-Iroin Alnoad will Iteceiw l'ioiiid
All woik done with Ili.iatili and AVutiai:.
tod tu i;lvo .-allraetluli.
Jobbers a-d Retailers of
Clioinicals, I'atriil Alclifiiio, I'rffiuncry, S:i)if, Iiriisln,-,
Ttiiii'tt Artii'li-s. J )ruiru;i.-t Fancv (innds, t oilier Wlnif
Le.'ttl and (Pher (Iraili's, I'niiils, C'uliTs, Oils, Varnixlirs,
Windnw Cilass, Wax I'lnwi-r Material, Ti'Ih' Culors, Uu
St nil's, l-'.tc, Mtc, V.W.
. !.dirt .-orK-rpoiiil.'iii-p mid m i I-Iroin iriu'i:lj, I I. v "li-iai." and Ii-iiit.iI u.re
'. nuiioi iiooM" ill our i.uie. Mr imiiii u, rimt'itiu'i ilI r anni) .Mmin-inii i-aiet i:in
. -(. d or It. tilled with Itell.-itde Hrur d Iti n .Id.- Ilnl.
WIIOIiKSAI.K & KKTAIi., ItKTAlL & I'ltF.iCItll'TION.
71 Ohlit l.ewe. Wii'liliiictuti An-, rnr. Lliriilh M.
r whimi i y
R. SMYTH & CO.
lilOUOI! OKA hKltS
No. IJO Ohio Levee,
B. F. P Ai rTl! R ,
( Suecc'tor to Parker .V Hhko.'i
PAINTS & OILS
. WALL PAPHH,
WINDOW IS LASS,
And tlio ci'lclirated Illiiiniiiutllii;
IJrou' HiiiMInf, 11th Hi.fi Uornoreinl A v.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
SKth Street nml Coinnicniiil Aicniir,
"pi i l.d aid Minn L-iw n to IIoltRi: riiil.NO
and ru iMi-pairiii,'. ni-ij.:i--ll'
C. W. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OlTl i: AND Y A ItD,
10'h St. tel. Washington & Cemmorcial Ave.
A laiyn biipjily ut rm-lmrjc and 111
d i Id) voil voiiatunt: nil I. aud. Stoic
vnod fawed to order. Order lor eenl m
Auod should he Ic'i at the olllen ou Tenth
treet. 'I'enn., ea.h on dellery.
tu ; c- .
1 3 s
2 Hi 1
NKW YOHK BTOxlJi,
WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL.
tAUOKUT VAIIISTV tTOOK IM IH CITY
GOODS HOLD VBHY OLOBTS.
I.irnrr of Uliinlweiitli Nlrim HiiU fm
CI. O. I'ATIKI-
Mm mi on
II 1 IKS
FIIIST NATIONAL HANK
in' ( A nto
It. W . MII.I.KIt. I'rr-i.loni.
d. M. I'll I I.I.I l. i. .- l'iv.i-l. id.
CIIA". t'USMMillAM. I .hiei.
COLLKUTIONft I'llOM 1TI.Y .MAHh.
i:N(iI.Ntli:.. oln.liankiiot.-and I I ' d
Malt -!.i i iiiiln . l.-ni, hi .ui.l -..Id.
Inlcl( l iilliiui'd mi time i!i'puit.
TIIH CITY .NATIONAL
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lIKMltV I.. IIAIiLlDAY. Vl.-r l'.-i li 1
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U. l. UlLi.i.MoN, sii:.in..s inn,,,
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L.velninut'. Coin uml United Slates
lioii.K llmmlit nnd Sold.
Hi:iOSITSrele.l.aii.l ug. ticrid L.tidm
KNTJJIIPIlLSli BAVlNliS MA.NK.
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I'. Jl. SlOCKFI.KTII, lAHI. (). M III II.
It. II. UUNNiNiiiiAM. II. L, Milium.
.1. M. J'iiii.i.ii-x.
I.N"l'L'lir.S'r paid on l.)oINat Hi.. i-..ii-ot
Mv per eont. per annum, Mar.-li tt itnd
M'pli-iidj. r lt. Inter.-t not uitli.lr.imi m
added inilili'dlatel to tin- priin ip.ti ., il,..
ilepmilK, tlit-lelij' KlWliK ttinn eoinpulll.d
MAItltlKI) WllMKH ANI Clllt.llllKN MAY
IiKI'OsIT MONKV ANll NO ON K KLi:
I AN II It A IT.
Open i wry liindnep.. day fiom !' n. in. I 1
p. ui., and s.uid.iy t'M iiliir. tor Miiii,'it .1.-po-UH
onl) , troiii li loh o'clock. 4
W. IIYM.OI, Treamrcr.
A ti pi-K-nn MiilVuriiiLr I roi ti tin- ul ki ve ilU
cae li i.-.iuht.'i to nililn-o I.H. I'luri:, and
a li-ial liotlle id niedliiiii! Mill lm loriii.li'd
liy ii.spreM., I 'ltLK !
Dr. I'rii-i' ii.it leuular jiliyi-iclaii, and li:t
lii'tile lilt- llratniuut id
i i is ou i:iili:i'sy
a ntinly for yearn, and lie, will Avwniut a
.Mir.i, liy tin- iimi id' hi- laiiie.ly.
Do not la II to M ini lo lihn lor trial liotlle ;
il codx not liliiir, and ho
M'li.x. en hi: yoi',
no nialtor of liow loiik' taiulins your cni
liuiy lie, or lion- iii.uiy olliu, leiiiedu-. ui.it
Circulars and tcatlmoulaU i-i-iit with
i-'iti;i: TiiiAi, iiottli:.
lilt. (!IIAS. T. 1'KlCi:,
117 William .Slretl, Nnu ..i k.
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