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TUUKSDAY, JULY 10, 1874.
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JUllNlI. OUKUIA'. Kdltor md lubllelir
TKltMB OKTUKUAtL-X 1UILLKT1N
One wek,broarrtar....t V,
Una yearly carrier, In idTaoco 10 00
Doe icr br cwrlor IX not paid In
HdTlBCO 12 1X1
Bne Month. bT mail 1 00
8 lx mouth.
Udo year 19 CO
TERMS or WSKKLY IIULI.KTIW.
Ono Yew ?1 M
Six Month!) 'r
Three Month W
ImsriftMj- In advane.
limiting tiintlrr on pwrj iiui.
Printer' Warehouse. This will novcr
Jo ! What will tho Bourbons cay
about it? What right lin a d-n nig
gcr to invent anything?
Hawkins, orTonncwoo, i now tho
A pretty story is told of a recent visit
mnilo by Queen Victoria to tho hos
pital in which sho saw a crippled sol
dier of tho Crimean war. Tho Queen
talked kindly to the eoldior and the
next day sent him a copy of tho ".Jour
uej'throultjitlw Highland," with an
inscription In liar own handwriting.
3 ,' Tho Queen is very rich and .tho (Jri-
ing a public hospital. To tho unsenti
mental mind, tho story would bo vast
ly improved if the Queen had given to
the poor Foldipr a present of more cub
stantial 'Vidua 'than tho copy of her
book, but if ho va satisfied with this
evidence of his Queen's thoughtful con
sideration, so ought every one clc to
HtM.Y llnowx oratcdin Metropolis
on tho Fourth, "and, nltbough Unpre
pared, held (ha audieuco npoll bound."
Gov. C.u.mvr.i.t., of North Carolina,
icJ suddenly a -few days ago. His
euceessor will probably be elected next
FKAKKK llt.Al.Vl. (letlOllhCO.H frCO
tr.. as n swindle. Ho is fur lcasona
lib ro'.cetion to American industry
is oto of the best of tho tariff lobbor.
The judesot' tho eourTof cotnniis
sioi on tho Alabama claims will meet
in Washington for organisation on tho
'I'm; Ma-yao .Journal "ohforves"
that tin Rev. .111. Garrett, the Moth
odist minister ut M6und City, "has got
his namo in the papers onco or . twice
too often." .
Tub 'Courier Journal' newspaper
company, of Louisville, has prospered
nbiindantly und will shortly begin tho
erection of a magnificent live story
building on the corner of Fourth mid
Urecn streets. Wnttcrson did it with
his little pen.
I i Tin: Democrats havo made a clean
sweep of the Arkausai state conven
tion. Radicalism is dead in that mis
ruled commonwealth. And( now exit,
Clayton, McUluro nnd tho other ras
cals ; und enter pood government,
purer morals and better times,
KnrM tho returns of tho Mas.iac
county assessor, the .Journal loams
that tho valuo of lands in that county
is SGL'5,537 ; of town lots, SL'S-',ti27 ;
of personal property, 6 t ll2, i:J8 ; mak
ng a total of 51,8.")0,yOL'. ilassao is
cheap county. We thiul: we will buy
I'lttiMC men are now elevated to
high positions so that mud may bo
thrown at them, but wo havo still tho
assurance that right will prevail aud
be douo them nt-tho opon grave. Thus
Uolfax on tho Fourth of July. Oh
Uhadband, Cbadband ; how you do
improve oooasions I
New York has had a caso of "gotiu
ine" Asiatic cholera ; Covin.''--has
Tub members of tho 1'cpublic.in
party for a longj time prayod for mio
coss, u'titi nt fast achiovcrl it. l!ut tho
good they .anticipated they havo not
yet realized. .Since tho coemptions of
tho capital havo been exposed, tho
stubbornoes of (J rant has been fully
developed and tho .South has been de
stroyed, they have eoncludod that tho
country has had too much Jlopublicau
rulo. Thoy arc liko Captain Ham
mond of tho Htcamcr Tyrone, who, if
tho Missouri 'Republic' is worthy of
buHnf, prayod lately to tho Lord for u
diarrcl oJNooQee, u barrel of mgar, a
barrel ot.fialt' and a barrel of pepper,
and then hesitated doubtiugly, and
said : 1 Oh h 1 that's too much pep
per." Mil. (m:mi:n'ts h.is lieon imtlin'-
n lst) usj jjio ger jjuo t u ou as? ac county
political pie, nml has hail it Kcorcucd u
little. "I hear," fays n corrospondont
of tho Massau 'Journal,' "a great deal
of talk about the race for sheriff.
Thoy nay-that, .1. 0. Willis, Hilly
Rrown, HoiistRankiuTjpt Look, and
GreoifiMcKcc, assisted bv our con
gressmen, Ike Clement.", turned Mr,
Priestly out of the post oflico because
ho moved it up to McCartney's houso.
Wo hear omo men say, thoy won't vote
for Clements on account of turning
.Mr. Priestly out, and they aro bitter
against thejo other men lor tho s-amo
reason." Tho editor is allied upon for
information, but refuses to give any,
and expresses his oxpecinii-ni ilmt nomo
of tho implicated will rise to an explana
tion, -it is evident that C'apt Cle
ments should at once visit Mass.ic and
explain to the offended friends of Prof.
Priestly that ho is not to blame.
Tin: Domooracy of Hardin county
met in mass convention, at Elizabeth
town a few days ago, and appointod
delegates to tho Democratic Senatorial
convention of tho Fifty-First .District,
called to meet nt C-oloonda, ou Satur
day, August l-nli, 1S7.. Tho dele
gates are C. W. W'ilkiusou, John 0.
Swoot, John'!. Lodbetter, Wm. L.
Wilke and J. H. U. Ronfro, who wore j
instructed to cjt thoir. (
Goloonda on-- " ,r ,
. IT liV IM , .
Gaines's Mill, Va., 27th Juno, ISOli ; '
Malvern Hill, Vu., 1st July, lSf.'J;
Bull Run, Vn.,aOth Aug., 1802; Fred
oricksburg, Vu., Rlth Dec, 1S02,
Murfrcesboro, Tonu., illst Deo., 18G2 ;
Gettysburg, Potiti., 2d and 2d July,
18(3:5 ; Chickamagua, Ga., lllth and 20
th Sept., 18G.1 ; Missionary Ridge,
Tcnn., 25th Nov., 18(i3 ; Resaoa, Oa.,
1.1th and 15th May, ISO I ; Now Hopo
Church, Ga., 28th May nd 4th June,
1 SH-1 ; Keucsnw Mountain, Ga., 22d
and JlOth Juno. 1SG1 ; Atlanta, Ga.,
Aug., 1801, and Joncsboro, Ga, 1st
THJi ILUIDKN WlirrCASi:.
Tbe "Hardon AVill Cao" which for
a number or months, has occupied tho
Surrogatj court of New York, has dis
closed aromauco of real life which
rivals in intoiost many works of fic
tion. Fifty years ago, (leorgo Harden, n
native of Belfast, Ireland, went into
business in Now York city, as tin im
porter of Irish linens, llo was shrowd
and frugal nnd timo prospered him.
After awhile, ho retired from tho linen
importing businos', bought and sold
commercial paper and otherwise in
orcueod his worldly store until it was
known that ho was worth over two mil
lions of dollars. AH this timo his
friends, who were many, know him
only as n single man with no family
connections in this country.
Hut death, which camo to Gcorgo
Hardon at the ngo of sovonty-fivc years
a few months ago, rcvcalod thoBtiango
story of his life's romance.
For twonty-hve years, lie has lived
under an usaumed name with a woman
who recently, as Ids widow, applied
for lettors of administration on his es
tate. Sho is a Scotch womau by birth
who camo to this ouutry with her
husband many years igo, nnd was de
serted by him for indulging in prac
tices not consistent wi'.h the walk oi
a good nnd virtuous woman. Hor ap
plication for letters id" idministration
ou tho estate of Hardon, brought to tho
front six nephews ot his, living in .Bel
fast, Irulaud, todisputij her claims to the
estate, and Robert Waller, her hux
baud of thirty years ago now a pauper
in the county .ilnishomo of Blaek
woll's Island. The last phase of the
affair has put a now faej upon it, ouu
which may prove fatal to tho, a 1'uw
weeks ago, fair prospects of Mrs. Walk
er to enjoy tho largo fortune left by
Goorgo Harden, though hur counsel
contends that her luaniage to him,
which sho affirm took place twenty
five years ago, was legal, on the ground
oi' liu alivoticc of her former lunWi.J
nnd tho report of his death.
was auppliod with all kinds of instru
ments from a jewsharp up to a cow's
horn, (hen struck up the well-known
tuno of "Tho monkoy marrtcu mo ua
boon's sister," which was rendered in
an artistic manner, ami iirougui uown
tlio house, or at least all of it except
tho cook. After playing wveral other
well-known airs, a compromise was el
fectcd by tho distribution of u lot of
refreshments. Tbe band then letircd
and reappeared about a" hour after
wards having reconsidered their action
by a unanimous vote. Another com
promise was then effected by tho jit
dhious distribution of n few brick?.
Our lcportcr then il-pirted to his
r-coful hamlet, in the thirty-story back
room of it warehouse, where ho wrapped
tho drapery of his coteh about him
nnd laid down to pleasant dreams, won
dering if such an ugly :nan as he wat
could ever get married.
no at .s roitr.n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Peulcr In
No. 7; Ohio I. (Mir. CAIKO, ll.l.S
to7.tfX''lll Rttl'IltlKII (,'lVCII tO C'dllMll
Tuuuta and llllliiu order. ll'i tl
WHOLKSA Ij15 AND RHTA1L
MR. NASBV'fi DEDICATION.
I't'ho (ioldcu Age
A now addition to tho advanced
theological literature of tho day is
shortly to appear from tho pen of tho
popular clergyman, llev. Petroleum V.
Nasby, whoso nwoet nnothetio strain is CAPITAL,
in ono respect UKo t tie voice ot tho tur
tle , it isovcrwhoro ".heard in tho land."
Our clerical friend is to occupy his
uummor pastoral vaoaiMon in orenarinc
for tho press n voluroa entitled "The J .
Morals of Abon iti- 4 "
samo wb"-- "
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3Sfo. 1XO Oliio Xiovoo
, A NIC
ti. v. .mii,i.i:i:, frcMiiMiii.
.1. .M. I'llIM.IfS. I'iv.cni
IMIA CDXNIMillA.M. 1 .i-hloi.
fUNT 19 1
Jobbers and Retailers of
ti .-i wm ii ft . a j mm n am w v
lemioiils, PuttMit Alcdicinos, lVrfuuiory, Soaps, MvuhIu .,
Toilott Artiflcs, Druggist s Fancy (inods, Collier NMiito
Load and (Jther tirade.-, I 'anus, Colors, OiIh, arnislic ,
Window Glass, Wwx 'Mower .Material, Ti be Coloiv, De
SlulVs, J'Uc., Etc., Etc..
W,. Solicit 'orrf.oiiilfiiri nml onlcis Irnm nriii,lJt, l'liy-lclun- nnil Ociicml Moiv
III unlit or (looiln In our I. Inc. St.'iitntiui.t. I'tnliO'itluii nml Kainil) .Mcillcitio I'l.ri Into
l-licil or Kcllllcil with llell.'iblo Drui at I!ui(iuullf Itittox-
WIIOLKSALB & KKTAII.. UKTA1L & rilECHU'TION-
71 Ohio l.i'vcc. WiKhlnctou Ae. cor. lnth St
C A. I JEt O .
COLLKUTIOKS IMtOMl'TIA" MADK.
KXCIIANdK. coin, lialil; Hole and t iiiU-d
Si. ill- - -i i ti 1 1 -- linil'lit nml -ol.l.
Inli'iovl nlltnvuil on tlnin iU'io.ll..
"TEE CITV NATIOiVAlT
A man lutcuillti to do liusluess iiiuM i
llfht lireinirc InniM'ir to meet the rc
iiiircini'iiU iiT Ids ciislonnTs ; next he
mint let I'vrry iiossllilc or proliable
fiistoniiT Uninv that he If. so prepared.
In u very small plncu lie may TKM. nil
the people what lie can do. Inn law
llliij.'c a iirlutcil liuniltilll, poster or
ilrculiir, ltroperl illstrlliuteil. will ho
ellleaelouo, lint WllOCVnt IS IX A
i'i.aci: i,.it(!i: KxoutJii to sur-
I'OKT A XIIWSI'Al'KIl WILL I'l.MI
THAT IT IS Till: CIIKAl'ESr.Ml.lMm
TllltOIKJII M'HICHTO AllKKKSSTIIi:
Cairo Box and Basket
L.TT M B B
M.I. ICIMik, HARji .
ti.' r.d-l Jlill ..II li i.
BEER WART, ORTH & CO.,
Hollow Ware &c
M-iimf.ictnier anil Joblier of
TIX,SIII:KT IltOXmnI COI'l'IlHWAlti:
l'liinp-, lllnl Case-, Ice C'rciitn I'rtczers
Wat'jr Cooler-., Wire Cloth lor Wlil-
itow Screenij.liuianeil Ware,
Mil! ami Y
ami Ol.i.i I
. .-uii case of spoiadio cholera,
and cholera morbus has killed its vie
.!,., Imro nml thoro. during tho hti
week or two, and this is about tho
worst that need ho apprehended lrom
cholera or cholera motbus tho prei-eut
AVc publish this" morniuK tho call
for a Kemiblieau eontrrcscioual conven
tion in this district, to nsocmblo at
Mound City. August 12th. The eon
vontiou will ko through tho foryu of re-
..,.,,i.miini Cmit. Clements. Alosau-
uu .- p s
... in tho
....eution lor either W. W.
. ,.-1. If Plntnr. as tllO CalllVl-
)crfl w -
date of the minority party of the I' iuy
Kirst .Senatorial District for member ol
tho House of Representatives in tho
Senatorial Assembly. The .loieSaies
.....viUini? to assumo this ici-pons-
ibility, and to reliovo thorn oi it, -Mr.
Ayors declined to go ueiore me -vention
asking to be nominated. Thi
leaves Mr. Plater as tho opponent of
lr. Casoy for the nomination. Wo do
not know Mr. Plater, but we do know
Dr. Casey, and wo are sure tho Demo
cratsoftho Fifty-First could not rend
to Springfield ai thoir representative u
..i iiuiiem" the
jUo irioo increased. This new
book from this prolific author will deal
nnifusclv in the sweet charities of hit,
as is evident from tho authors '''"""J
. -1. :a .,.iamt. in tho follow-
tion, which . . i,
illK 'tribute to his mother-in-law. It
"always oinething in a man , favor
x. 1 ! n.nr.in.law. and it is the
VU lll.u " . !... .. ,,,.,! I
acme or human praisu mi.
.!.. lit.., him. Tho happy
I .!.. I...l.rnntl 111 thu Kev. 1 . .
rciaiiuii yuii.wvi. ... . i
nno his ceini-domi parent bccms to bo
-J..iin nml heavenly. Let
the whole earth listen and applaud :
lIIMil IMir.ll -lIliVK v-
In earini. tm
Sovcn Critical lVrlml
nml III;oaIo lor
Seven Clilliln n
Oilier l)l.caw. 1 .loul '17 J 1, "
echini; uiuiciuie "'; i ..,
L it.' incrits nut only prlu, but
mloriaum; umi wln Icnvini,
my hoiie uurtirellu ami all
always hi uio preci-e
time licn there
was no more
i iimncrr. 'line vhi.i'mk
Ah the leii-l I e.Mi il In
SwemiiiK. however, never to forget
ST A ilsTAVMIll,
ti. 1". llAI.MIAV,
i Willi AM-OS.
A. II. .SI'FOHII
It. 11. 'UNNIN''."A'
. r. ham.!!'.. .
TI1K TlllUD HKtilMI'.NT.
The third regiment, United States
.1.. itr.lnrKil in New
illlantry, was rvcuim;
Orleans and a few days ago arrived at
Holly Springs, Miss., whero it will re
main during the hoi weather and will
.1 i... .tiKfrrred to New Orleans.
1 14 U 1 1 -
This regiment is one of tho oldest in tho
army, having been orgnuiml by act of
congress May iiOtli, nvm, aim Bu,.
nuiuiunuub ' i- 1 1 , , , ... ,.a
Sll havo twevo rtoWuto ,, mun.or. Olio who could liavn us
. . ......... if m. i,. U in I i, inflimnen or woiiliV jfUcct more
accommodating disposition we wWi ovejllt upon his V,W-Jl
ho could bend to u a list or tliu persons ,n tno ibBwiiu - -v
Z intends shall represent Alexander in post, and per formed his duty faithfull)
.1. . nnnranlinn. ami mm -
Ks'KUvVioiiV believed ho and his
neighbors should havo been invited to
tho joning of tho Southorn Illinois
'nn al University, and ovorybody
.nt invited : tberefDro everybody
tliu trustoos. Tho
11 u 1 Jf ui' Ww.--n -
Mute 'Journal' tearfully remarks
"Had the managers invited others of
iU foundors and projectors to partici
pate in the opening exercises, thoy
would only have paid lueritod compli
ments to dosorving men."
A RkI'BIimoa.n comity convention
will be held ut Metropolis, Mahae
county, Monday, August 11th, to op
liolntdologatcs to tho Republican Con-
KmsioWl nnd Suuatorial conventions
at Mouod City, August IU. Wassao 1.
cnthM to two delegates in '.ho eon
grescihnal convention, aud will vote for
Uapl. Clements,' unless Vricstly's
friends kick tho captain's fat i b
Mu. J. 0. Hay.nk, u colored man of
Charleston, Bouth Carolina, has in
vented a priuting press which ho is
nangutno will compete with the eelu
Hullook and other relt-tecdin
Guttering antl Job Work
WALL & ENT,
Miillllla. Hirer- nnd IU nU 1; ,n
GREEN AND SEASONED
liU.MUKR AM) LATH.
1'01'IiAK.OAK, Ui'l'KUM, ASH. lit At
a.nd corro.vwoDi). r k
Dltl'.SSKl) 1'INli, AbH AMJ lil
LAI'. KLOOKtNd, OKI l.Nti AM)
tyonU-o at w mill .... orn.-r ...
:yeon.ltva and Ohio l.evee.
l(ri.V.tt . .
Ai:ent lor the
.. . t 11..11...1 mute
KxeluintJtN "U. 1 ,1.
IIOllUS IIUIIB"' ''
. ....l I...,,! hu
Di'.rOSlTS rrcelvi'il.iinu a Kei-"
' " v, tr
KNTH1UMUSB SAVlMih i.ai.
CllAUTi:Ui:i MAUCII .11.
Order, fro... Al.ro.il will Uccehe rro.m-1
iATlONAli HANK, OAlliO.
A 1! SAKFOHD. l're-ldent;
u' 'l'AYI.Olt. Vl.i-l're.ldelltl
U. riV01'."Verela. v and Treasuier,
v. j . iiai!i:i.a, ,. , : r ti. sionuii.
V. M. rViouKri.' ... ,AY.
It. ll.Cl'NKIS "VV'l'.n.ii. I 'S.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio l.evcc, over Mathus Uhl's.
1.M..I.... itlttll ltloOtll
" " ' and
isi:on iioi.nh n iiim)M
,.,,,, ....1,1 on deiodt 111 th rid
IS i r.Hl'. I I ' "",tn. March Irt and
..Iv ner eullt. I" r "'"." " - i..i,..,,..,i
.0 ur. never to loreei lVe ml.er 1st. 'ut"'Vn " r In I 1 . tlio
.vn I'lllLllltKN MAY
UAHHtEII WO - 1oSKKlr.
MOWK "" '-
CAN UllAW ir.
IMay.vllle liuueim. ,.,
A few evenings since one ut our 1,11101 o,,ei ''ySy evemi. mr kmUiks !-
lli-eu n wuu. ;,.. ,.., 11111K u'eioew...
W. UYSI.Or. 'lieanirei
uueutlv re organized by consolidation MHmt look to himself a wife. '
of tho" f.rt, fifth, heventconth, nine- Tho boys, with whom ho is . mitt .pop
ot ino ursi, . ,irl.r,!m,d that ho should havo a
i.. ..:,.l.lli II II II I WILLI. 1 I .
tcenlli, iwcuij-uibh". :,.lu iiio charivari a custom, or rather, . i) IMnN( 1 KK1J
rfiL.'.ments of infantry, approved ,!nmI1n,ent more lion- COiNbUiiU 11U1 OUIVlii
.. m ..i. i iRir.
.... ...1 ....,l.tf- 1 h n, llftl. rm
tcenth, tweutyeignti. auu , u , ;;-
.. .1 i f ...niL-ross March 11, 1815; ' , . , j,-.,,,.., than iu tho obscrv-
UY mu m. n OrCil v . . .i if
and ninta by consolidation of theexi.t- A Wcd who has tho good of
i: Ld infantry, with one-lialf of the pors nt hejrt.,-;
thirty.tevoth regiment of infantry by er 1 y t; tj
net oi eoiiLTCss. approved March .1, if,,,,' Kiaetlv at nine 0 clock,
100.U n...i 1 aiiieo thu war with I ,l .... I..1.I.. ,,l (..room were seated
' I U'lieil LI1U I'll"" d . , ,
Mexico, it participated iu tho folding m their cosy little oottag, i, ctrcm
cngagcmem: " V, "T,,,,, numbering between
Rcsaca do le Palma, Mo.uco, way u c p " ' ' Ti tw0I ty performers, filed
1818 Monterey, Hist and SSd, if opt ., eiglUee. m d twe t ,
18-10 Cerro 11 mlo. 17th and 17th- ""K thJvu-cd a Srood file, but lm
A,.ril. 1H47. Contreras and Cheru thinks t ho use 1 ,
- ioi". .1,,.' .ilnnrvcJ YCl v u.w..j. .
busco, VJtli ami -utii Aug., '"'V - .1,. r ,,, sition and discovering a
fi.nniiltiiiiecand Cltv ol Mexico, l.itli nig meir ' ,
, . n,.!!,.,,,.,,. rcnrcbcntativo 01 ..- r - i-
aud Mm, oup... '":.:, , , ;,, :,,.. (ru,tud him with uimnguisnou
New Mexico, 17th Jul. . tbiew roelti nt
0. j 1 in .Jim . iwwi -" j , iim,.ii. tlncw roeKti nt
U j,y, mi .Santa Rosa considera iei, 1 bey tj ,cw
cu1.11: roit consumption
.. .. ..... ... .1,., Tl.rnut :llld LUIIKH.
..d l undreds of canes, Hnd.wlll
. , 11 will not lifiiiellt. Indeed, hO
V i.on ll my tMK 1 will end a .Samw.i',
... ..,. .oilrer ailiirertluc me.
"';vl I. la l.,l..,r In nil V OUU V01J DIM'
'rTTpT catro city i
ire i.ronaied to supidy customers;
1 1 with tho nu.t
jay-A'ime hut fint-ehm (:'
lulm Q. IUrmii;
j O. HARMAN & CO.
N'lVI'AltlKSPl HI P '
' AudUiud AKorn'oltlie lll..- ;.' ,J 1
IliirlliiKl"" and .Ml"""" ' "
North Cor.Mb " Ll'vi"
i " C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio I.kvki:, (.Si-cond 1
lluy und Kelt Itr.M. KSTATK. I.'; 1 v 1
y nirnUheAli.iru.-ti I
..... ......... Hi v It-inn il' a M r 1
, . eo, ntv Vm.rt ui Ai. -.indyr
, ileercu uf lh county
SalVonl, Morris & Ctmrteo.
DR. T. F. BURT,
I.KAVK OllllKUW AT 1
jCff" Halllday ",ll-'tf' "
Ohio l.eyee: ....
Julian ii.!) !'!". " "
ST At tFio coal dump, f'J'd t
5tiil Uwm t? Lwm Consumefs
7il Ohio Leveo, City National Hank
Hiiilding, O.viho, I1.1.S.
l'l.e olde.t efctalill-lied Awn.-y In Solllhein
c7u .y Ul .' is mu.Ti on the pot.-jo. ... ti';;
'iL Y.!.!,. to cell the 1e.1l ?u
.. .. 'I PlI'M1 " ii'" i il, 1
..eil at piilillu Kiln, at the ' 'i " " '
01 Hid euurt lloilMS u the el ) ol ' "
-. i 11. a in 11, w 1111 iieiei.i"',
eMiito idtuiited ' t ' , 0 ,11, , U. to-wl'
ol AloxaiVier, . '-,.-,., twe itv SH.
l.nH nillllUOrl'ii in. '.' , - .,.,,,1.1
.T,l nventvomi (21).. I" "'" . " "; '
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