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FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
CAIRO ft VINCENNES R. R
PtTAMBXriT.T.TI T rkTTTOtrTT.T.X!
TI1AIN8 I.KAVi: (AIUO AT t.1.1 A. )l
BsgC" Handled Free.
.I'AMKS IIHilH, I'aueiwr Apriit.
M R (KPODItK'll, (Jimrnl Vn.Mnv.wt AK't.
lirnrlid hillKrllili n.lfill.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Slate fcoofling. Specialty in
any pnrtoi oouinorn miiioin.
Lightuing Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jubltlnn Promptly Dom.
Mrs. M. S WANDER
li n w n'0lit;r a Urgr nnl will tIi'(tl
FALL AND WINTER
At her Mshd on
if I . . Utll WT 1" 'O III im - k i i--
111 1 nil I H' 3l t nil lKnf Hutu, llninw KU
it :i MiuiitjiiIkI sill M Miner.' linod., nil f-
irl uf the- loVi'l Hun prices. Isiilio.!
j i'i i ' .rku.itt nru iiiutliy-.rtnK'Ui
i Mrs .Mimidcr u cull Uforv- puii'lin
I II ID COIIltlh If, falld fill! 1 ill tl'IIUlhcl II' .
iiit lprrUl any Uidy In the city 4
FALL ! "X
Prices to suit the Times.
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
oxt uoor to iioupi'o Jowelry
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
TATS, Ilonntt, Flowers,, IjfM, Itlbbons
1. .Silk , Velvets, Ties llurlilhjrs, .ir ts.
II lillMl-s, nuni-ij, i.uirii-,-
lo tlie "l-ailU-M lix l! form'
nl nil Hip new alvlt-aof IrlmiiiliiR Silks fur
II nml Winter.
rr-'il.ctc irixxl" will 1 sold at very low Ac-
.. i .lift I IMCII lll-l ' f.lt.'Mlir
1, HIT 1. HOI I liii'l Muni if.ii... -.-...
CHOICS PERIODICALS TOR. 1876.
rho Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BARCLAY 3T. !TEW YORK.
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) i s ii u ua u ui : v 1 1 : vv
)NI)ON- Ql'Ain'WUiY lti:VlKV-Con.
MnmlllllMIIKII II l.'l' ll'll' I 11 . ah i I
l',3 1 Jlltia i l.u iki inn iiiumjii
MTISH (JUAUTiathY UKVltiW-livmi.
mil .l.ti l, iirltl.-Uttii. Mini kllimiln.
lies ol'ull that N'lic-li anil vnlualile In
l.lcraliirc, l-i'Ii'iu isniiii Ait ; una
o most tmworlul niontlily in lliu I.'iikIIkU
nuiiMU'c. fiimons lm- STOKIIW, KStiAs,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT,
TKII.MS (ImluilliiK roU,'() :
Payablo Strictly In Advance
r nn? otio Hcvlow,
r nnv two lUviuWH,
$ 4 (to ior uunum
r nnv tliruo Jtevlcwo, 1(1 IK)
ii.Uinur Jtoluwi. 1-00
i .I.'vi'.inillii M'llill,
I I II1IV I, II " ,-,"
r Hlackwooil nil nuo
Kov OW. 1 u
tov ows. iu ro
r llhvkwnoil nml llircu
r lltiu'kwuuil nml tliu
l.our Uovloyvr, in oo
V ilUi-nunt oftwunty ji'T cent, will lio aI
veil t cluliKcf four or morn parsons:
n : fuiir cnili'H nl Itlftiikwnail nrof onn
vlow vlll liu bent to oiip nililrciisi for
i t(, loiir coci nt tliu Tour Iturlnws nml
ii'Jivvopillnr if IK, unit fo on.
MiTiiliiM with fiirther part tciilurit tn&y lio
'I on niilk'ulloi),
II! I.KUNAUD SCO'IT I'tllll.'.Nd CO
41 llnrcuv Nivnt, INimv nrit.
ome; SvOlvtls. BvdlAls.r, Cmr XwlfttJitxat ul -WMtxlivctori. .A.irmu.s.
YOL, 7. I CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1875, NO. 309.
MT. 0ARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal bv tho car-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for Shipment,
jroraptlv tf ondod to. -
Sa"To lnreo conniimors nnil oil
sauumciurors, wo aro proparcd
to suddIv any Quantity, bv the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EllfalllUy llro.'somc, No "0 Ohio Levee.
cr"i'ttr'iiy ,lr" wharf boat.
t l-At Ktmitkii MHIk. or
t7"At llic Uoul Dump, foot of TUlrtjr-ElKUt
tJTott OnlCt Umwcr. KjO,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhoUalc ami flrl DraUrt l
Foroifcn and Domestio
WE2VKM OF A IX KiarilN
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSIIT. .MTII A CO. 1it eonUnlly
n lu-ire toei of tlif UkI ftowi" In tliu nmr-
L t, ail vixv ninfial ulu.nl lou U lite nuiuoiiv
rnne.li nl lliu liuitlni-Ki,
SJRATTON & BIRD,
AQKNTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
6. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
rKCIAI.nllvntlnn Riven toconjlKiiincnts noil
B. F. PARKER,
?aints; Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Bhados, &o.
Always on liaml, the cilcbrulol llhiniluatluB
Oovnor Elovcnth Street and Washing'
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, o. iixxoi,
BINDER iND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin ulldlii(r. Cor. Twelfth Street
ana wasninicion Avonue,
K3-''uuiity nml Kallnmil Work u Sm:Iully.
SIXTHBTHEET, utwoon OHIO
JUUVfiU AIM1J t-!OHlMER(
Manufacturosliln own llnrsn Hijooauud
ciin Afuuvu Qooil Work,
A FIENDISH CRIME.
A Demon in Human Form.
Ho I'oln'oi I h ramll.r of t'olnni'l
tl'inni the Vlnccnni'4 Sun.
This community w;u tleetrllloil luU
Saturday niirht hy the rvtiort that tliu
wliolo laiully of Colonul V. X. Denny,
noHttimntcrol'thlii city, had been poisoned.
Vry llltlc credence win jjlven to the re
port at first, but an cxainliiatlou revealed
the fact that It wa too true.
'1'hu perpetrator ot thN IIoiiiIIhIi act U
:i boy who has ttcen working In Col.
Denny 'h family lor the pant two inonthi,
ami who to name Is CIimk. Siinuioll. At
an Interview n renQrltr ot ttiM paier had
with Col. 1 Jpnriy. thu fnllnwlnir fnt wera
'J'lie boy, Chas. Uiiiiiut r, cainu to tlili
place with Aymar'n elrciii!, when it re
turned the ftccoud time, during the fair.
Ho went to Col. Deiitiy'n house one
niornliitf nearly starved, and M. J)einiy
takinjr conipasflon on the yoim dtTlf,
took him into her employ, little dream
In how her kliiduecs would
be rowardtd. lie was a well le
haved boy, aud very willing to
work, no the colonel tutoring u. The
other day Mm. U. made him m to the
barbershop and have his hair cut. a it
liad grown to an uniisal length, lio wai
very uuwillina to do It, but finally con-t-cnted.
It seems that tliU trival tiling
stirred up inullce in him, aud he determ
ined ou till, diabolical deed, lie walked
into Convery'a drugstore last Thursday,
mid atked for nu ounce of arnlc, isaylnj;
that he wanted it for rats. Couvery knew
that he stayed at Denny', gate it to him,
and marked It polooii. lie went hornr.
ml during the next day he Hplayl
nlgnsof tiirlincs", but tin; family thought
nothing of it.
Saturday Jiicht Ihe family had oyster
toup for suppor, of which they all par
took very IivcIt. In a few moments
alter eating the coup, the whole family,
comprising the Colonel, his wife, two
little girls, a girl who stayed with them,
and Mrs. IlutUon's little daughter, be
came very sick, accompanied with vio
lent vomiting. The Colonel thought
that the oysters were cpoiled.but Mrs. D.
at owe suspected poison, wlillu the boy
exhibited signs of great uuca-lueis, and
wanted to go for the doctor. IIo started
oil" without waiting to be told, and got
Dr. Smith. Dr. Smith im
mediately percelvnl symptom ot
arsenical poi-otiiug. aud ad
ministered antidote to the family. He
then called Dr. Mantle in consultation,
and they analyzed some of the .oup, aud
pronounced It flavored with arsenic.
Joseph Hoseman was dispatched t
Convery's drug store, and he mid that
the boy lnd obtained the nrs-oiilc at hi
store. By the time Joe had got back to
Col. IVnny'Mhe young racal had made
good his escape.
At this writing the entire taiclly had
recovered from tue ellvets of the arsenic,
except air. Denny, who Is lying In an
extremely critical condition, and It is
doubtful If she ever recover.''.
Thn bov has not yet been arrcted, but
the officers think I hey have definite infor
mation as to his whereabouts. If caught,
there Is no punishment too seven; for the
young villain. Une end oi a rope tieu to
the limb ot a tree, ami the other end to
Ills neck, with about two feet space be
tween the ground and his feet would be
too good for him.
This dn-cmlu of I.ucrctia llorgia Is
about uinttecn years old, is live feet four
inches iu height, stoops slightly, has
light hair and gray eyes, and w hen last
seen had ou a light hat, blua eoat and
A reward of $.0 will be paid tor his
recovery, and we hope ere this, the young
iieuu uit i.riifi,r to lustice.
IKrom IheTololo Bladn.
"Succc8 is never nchieved without
merit. A man may make a poor nrllclo
nd sell It ut once, and thcru being -10,-
000,000 people In the United States, the
tale to eacti one wouni on cuougu m
make a decent fortune. Hut an article
that holds the Held year after year, aud
the nales of which Increase regularly aud
rapidly, must have absolute merit.
Dr. It. V. l'ierccot llullalo, X. V., oc
cupies our entire eighth pae to-day with
his various articles. We admit it, because
we know tho doctor, and know ot his ar
ticles. We know him to be a regularly
educated physician, w hosu diploma haugs
on the wall of his olllce. and we know
that ho has associated witli hliu several
of the moat emiaent practitioners In the
country. We know that parties consult
him by mail and in person, from all the
States in the Union every day, nnd that
thev aro lalrly and honestly dealt with.
'I'hls grand result has been accom
pllrhni by two agencies good, reliable
articles articles which, once Introduced,
work easily their own way nnd ilen
dld business niaiiagemiut. They have
succeeded because they ought to have
If you would patrloui.e medicines,
scientifically prepared by a skilled pby
siclau and chemist, use Dr. Pierce's
Family Medicines, (jolden Medical Dis
covery U nutritious, tonic, alterative,
and blood-cleansing, and an unequalml
cough remedy ; I'lcitsant Purgative Pel
lets, scarcely larger than mustard seeds,
constitute nu agreeable and reliable phy
sio; Kaverllo Prescription, a remedv tor
debilitated females ; Kxlract of Smart
Weed, a magical remedy for pain, bowel
com plaints, mid an iiwiiualcd liniment
for both human and horse-llesh ; while
his Dr. Sago's Catarrh Itemedy Is known
tho world over as thugruaUist speclllo for
catarrh and "cold in tho head" ever
given to tliu public. They are sold by
TWK.NTY YKAltrf A H1OTRU CUKKH IIY
Tin: noLUKK mkdic.u. iuscovkiiy.
Dn. It. V. Pikhck :
Dear Sir: Twenty years ago i was
shipwrecked on lliu Atlantic ocean, aud
tho cold and exposure caused a large all
cess to form on each leg. w hich kept con
tinually discharging. I was attended by
doctors iu Liverpool. Havre, acw ur
leans. Xew York, and at tho hospital on
Siatpn Island (where lliu doctors wanted
to take one leg oil). Finally, alter spend-
; lug hundreds ot uouars, i was pcrsuaticu
I l,i .... unm I!f2litj1ill Miullioil llj,IIVfill "
nml now. Iii less than three mouths alter
III,., ,,1111 VIWIHIII ,., ,w,..
taking the llrst bottle, 1 am thankful to
sav I am completely emeu, ami tor inu
i llrst tinin In ton years can put my lelt
1 heel to tin) ground. 1 am at home nearly
every evening and shall bo glad to satlsly
nny pcrnon of tlie trutli M tlili liifonnu
tlon. I am, lr, yours ri-ipeclfiilly,
87 .Mlerson Street,
Bullnlo, X. V.
Ill rN In f.Hiltow Blirvrl Inanniiat.
utile-" Wllllr, We) hntu MUtta
(From the New Yuri Arrailiitn.
This once favorite sonir ("Willie.
have missed vou."l seisns now to be the
most popular musical refrain which Is
snug ly the inmates of Ludlow street
Jail, siuco their friend mid companion,
Tweed, left so mysteriously for parts hii
known. Occasionally this well known
song has been relieved by the old Kthl
oplan melody of "IIo stole, he stole him
self nwny," In which the very select com
pany present displayed nu little iuulcal
talent. Sherih" Conner appeared Miere
at tho matinee yesterday, among his old
admirers "Sad and drearv," and met
with u hearty reception, fn response to
the demands made unon him "What aro
.il',.vwl!iL jraT,M sa.v-a-a-inr, say-a-alng
mourniiii strains" tnai "lucre s nae u
nook iu a' the land," but what lie would
penetrate with his falthfnl baud of de
tectives ami uepuues to discover me
abode of "The lost one." Ycn'IIc would
search tho wild world over" to find ''The
treasure of his soul," If ho perished Iu
the undertaking. He stated, In a speech
to his hearers, that It was no fault of his
that the public had not heard utiy
"Clad tiding" of the whereabouts ot
Tweed. The latter had "Dwelt
in marble halls" for to long a
time, that now, when "Hard times had
come again" upon Tammany, some
thought he had deemed It both wise and
politic to absent himself. Sheriff Con
nor further stated that he iMd not be
lle vo that "the Hois" had run away, but
that he had been abducted like poorlittlc
Charley Uoss. The reward he had
offered for Tweed' recovery, It is true,
was not nuitc as large as that offered for
young ltoss, but ho deemed tho sum
quite Mifllclent when all the circumstan
ces arc taken into consideration. When
the ltos returned to the bosom of his
friends and constituents, he could only
say, in tliu language- of John Kelly, who
wrote the hymn, "Oh, won't that be Joy
ful." LEO KLEB
linn 1'rocnriil the .crvlccs of one of the most
In the United StatM. nnil Is inrpartd to
In his line lli.it csnnnt be excelled bynny
All lilnilo or 4'nnilieN. Slrniiniputetl
I'MiMlleM l nny Deirrlllon. tie.
I.. I) Aki. Cairo. 11. K. Akin, Chicago
Zi. D. Akin A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, - CAIBO, ILLS.
tj"lh".e luvorliiir lis with their patronaKv
will llml u complete iineof L'oixld from Mlilrli to
s alhutloin priits. lu-ll-wlj .
J ACOB WAriTER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington xnA Oomuerolal
Avenuea, adjolmnir Banny'a.
KKVS for ule the lnt lUef, fork, Mutton
veal, ijiinu, .-uuuge, me., nil is pre
U erv rwttiflii" In .n iirrwiiMliV miiniir
iui.-iv for Irsnk
fxnlli-'s N"civianTH and Majruziues, the olni
I'stiihll.luil Illmtraliil Period Iculi In America.
They are now Unt offerisl to ram as.cn, who
v ill, If they secure an ucency and exchuhe ter
ritory, lie i-imblcd to Introduce seventeen flrst-
ilusj llhistratetl l'cilodlcrN, cnitiil to us many
ill. Unci tuslea or want?', and, with the choice
fromcteht new and beautiful climnuis, fdven
free of co.ts to inch annual .uliicrlbcr, te en
abled Ii tecum one or more subscriptions in
every family In their dl.lrlct . To skillful can-
YiK.ers lids will feciircicrnianent uniiloyment,
nnd the.riiiewals each year will be aeotuceo
hteaJyiind nsurtd reieuue, SKiimen papers
und most liberal terms sent to all applicants who
name the territory they desire to canvass. A
dre.s, ARency Heparlment, Krank lille's
PuhlUhliiK llou.c, M7 Pearl Street, Xew York.
BV Irlue of lliu certain extviitinus to me di
ut'liil by the clerk of the circuit court of Al
exander county, in Ihe State of Illinois, in fnior
of Chill ies O. I'atierand William Wolf, llrm of
i;. O, I'atler A Co. , aud against .lames Carroll,
I hsie levicil upon Ihe follow liigiliM'ribid prop
erty, Iii the llr.t addition lo the oily of Cairo,
county of Alexander and Matcnf Illinois, to
wit: iMt numlH'iiilnue (I) lit block numlMiiil
tHenty-citrht If), us lliu proierty of the bald
lames Cairoll, which 1 shall oll'rratpuhllii.ale
ut the south-east doorof the courthouse Iu the
city of Cairo, lu the county of Alexander nnd
Stale of Illinois, on the 31st day of Dcccinlier,
A. II. IS7S, nt eleven o'clock, a. iu.,of snld dny,
fur uu.h, to satisfy said Execution.
' ' Al.l'.X. II. lltVtN',
SherilV of AlexainlerCuuniy. iillnuU.
( 'u I m. Ills , UecrmlHT in. Is7.l. I J-lii-.liil.
E sTATH of rjyns Ti I'arker, deiiaseil.
I'lieliiiilerslgueil hailngbiru appointed Ail
inliilslralornf Iheeiluleof DymT. I'arker late
of the county of Alexander nnd slate of Illinois,
ilccracdi heiihy giies notice that ho will ap
pear la'faiv the county court of Alexander cinin
ly,at the coin t housv, hi tliu city of Cairo, llll
nuis, at tliu January teiiu, on tho 1111111 Momluy
In ilaiui'irv uevt. a! which lime all persons hal
ing claims against taid estate are uotillcdund
rciiuoled to at tend for the purpose of hai lug the
mime adjusted All persons liideblrd to said cj
tale are r iiiesliHl lo iiiako inimedlule payment
lo the undersigned,
Hated this :ird dav of Iliwmlier, A. 0. W7&
HCII1KIIT II. CUNNINlillAM,
1776. k Kaiioiil Family F&per. 1875,
The f.niit Kainlly l'HSirnf.Vnirricji, the o.slt
iaMT e.xiio.InK every nwiiiiller, ijuack ami lium
biiK'. und mWiik nulllouito the puhlic, In now
ready for the Centennial campaign , unit lo),i)
more delimited tuh.crilHra
THE STIR SPANGLED BIN NERi ",
ett!ht fixpv, lUTOliilnii piper, lAsl((er nle, oier
llowlns with dial iiiIdu Stories, Tuli, Sketi hes,
Poetry, Wit, Humor anil Fun. It gltex ui lltw
Itecclpla, Hishts, rcrtti, Arts, Ac... Ac ; lias n
Children's l'ejmrtinent, a Mistical l)uirtuicnt,
I'uziler's Corner, etc ,clc, and I. ajiertcct
WiimVinrrn "4 K)iecUlty Ii to expos eyery
JlUmDUgB Kruull. Qtulck, Swindler, ami
-neai, r.iery nuinuer nss nie coiuinus ol
truthful, reliable statemcnta. No sawdust, lot
tery irln, bond, or "put and cull" Kame can
eier "catrli" you If yon read this great pajier.
Itexxse. all swiniUrr wltbout fear or lavor.
and ki a lilt of oicr tuuo, with names aud
Tt Pftota "at 7li cents a year, nnd it Is sent
Al VfVDkS prepaid everywhere. It Is Just Ihe
paper for every home, Soulhern or Northern It
is not iHilltlcal, rellirinus or sectarian. It warei
frnlt. Slartiil In lftl, it bin Koneon for VS
years, ami 19 mail ny luo.imo peoiiie. Vim want
It und will have it sonic time why wit row y
Chromes, (worth l each ) size 0x11 Inchej,
llnely mounleil, and we oiler uny four of theie
L'tnu nnd IIam.nlk u whole year, nil free, nir l.
These are ircuulne rhromos, suitable for any par
lor. U) oilier premium onerel.
AT. oaf TtFnrA Keuder, rememlier. IsTUis
AiUOl. WOrU.0,lr country's tenleunlal.
During this one year do lake a .National, patri
otic, wide swuke paper, one that is for rlpbt
and against wrong; one Hint knows no parly,
no north, south, tailor went; bnta iaperin
tendiil for eierv render, one that f lives money
to its readers hy'e.poilns the "trlrktuiidtrapi '
of swiudleihitn; mid now is the time. You have
put Itnirtoo lout, tend to-ilay. Now Is the ac
Only 71 rent secure thU great paper
wW nyrnr. Willi four dimming rhrumn'i,
only$l. ft nmubers rent for IS cents, .iecl
mens l(i, lust leadv) unt free to all. Send fur
it now CoMs iiolhinKto siv It, fend to-day to
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J0NVF.YANCER8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Agnnta of the Illinois Contral and
BurliUKton and Uutncy R. B.
North Cor. Sixth nail Ohio Leveo,
I. (I. I.YXCII.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
3oiioctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houao.
PARKER & AXLEY,
tTj-Sporlnl liltrlillon glien In Cnllcctlon Ol'
lh iits and Sale of Ki ul Kslale.Sl
STORE BOOM 100 Conuuorcial
Avciuio, Cairo. Illinois,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Vory Cloao.
Uornur 10th St. and Cotnmorclul At
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
"All kinds hard and soft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LAT1T, &o
Mill and Yard,
wornor Tbirty-Pourth Strcot and
IAMK1 K. I, INK.
v. m -MAUI),
XiAITJC eft WARD,
Big Muddy Murpliysl3oro Coal
The best In Ihe market. Also all Minis of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordora Dolivorod to any pnrt
or the City Promptly.
Lcavo Crdors at CryHtal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Olllco, ntNur
row QauRO Sopot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Dolivory
JAMES K. LANK
.,..,,. Secret y
E. & W.BUDER,
'1 lie Ohleit aud limit Itctiahtc home, in Houtbcru
In rvcrr variety, at nslonfiblnuly low Bgarts,
sulliihlc to the times. Call and exuwJus tbelr
Cor. i:iElilli Nt. msmI H'aahlHirtoss Ave.
Ci'A full Stock of .lohn Foley's Celebrated
(iohl Hank Tens constantly kept on bond.
JOHN B. PHXLLIS
(Successors to John n. I'blUle)
And Dealers In ,
HAY, CORN, OATS. FLOUB,
MEAL, VSJlX, U.
Agents for LAFLIIT ft BAJTD F0WSSS 00
rCornor Tenth Street sal Okie
No W Ohio Uvec,
K. .T. Ayrts. 8. D. Ay res.
AYRES Sc CO., .
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer lu
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign ana vomntt. Vrolta and Nut
114 COMKMCIAL AVUTtT.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ovir Mathosa Ual'i.
NONE hut flrst-ClMS Compsales repr
ben ted .
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVElC'
City KaUaaal Saak Building, np-tUlri.
The Oldest Established Asrenoy in Bout
rn Illlnola, repreaanuns; ovir
$65 OOO OOO
NORTH SIDE OF EIQHTH STREM1
Batwean Waahlnstsa sad Cosmarelai
AMYTII1XU la car
store, snd wa , iii.
every ihluK found at a
nr.i-cvss tsbcv nouns
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Slow, leu MsdUou ni
CUjcuso. Send for iWserlpUvs llsU.