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WHOI.EKAI.K GROl'EKH.
' STRATTOlf k BIRD,
mm
Wholesale Grocers
-Aud ,
Commission Merchant
AOKNTH AIIBRIOAN POWDKR 00
67 Oki Lve.
PAINT AIIBIIJI.
Blake A Go.
(ijurcwupr lo)
B. r. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
asaixrivaKaDM.
Alvritra on hand, tbe celebrated llluuilnatln
AURORA. Oil.
aa BulldlnK,
Ooraer Eleventh Btreet and Wuhlat
ton Atidui
The Gamble Wagon
CTja.IJFl.0, XXjXiINOIB
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rHK BUT and CHEAFX8T WJOOK VAJT
OfACTURKD
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Th.rth-Fourth Streat
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Kanufactureahleown Horaa Shoea and
can Assure UooU Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED
OAI-
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
AND
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho oar-load
ion, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
afirTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
:o supply any quantity, by the
aionth or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
CfIiallltyllro 's office, No. TO Oblsl.evet,
CJJlaItility llrn ' wharfboat.
Q-At Kimitlan MI1U, or
EfAt the Coal Dump, foot of Tnutr-Kifrh
treet
EJ-l'ojt Omcc Drawer. )
MTKAJI IIUATM.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
roil..
Paducnh, Shawncetawn. Evans
villo, Louisville, Cinolnnati
and all way landings.
Tin- iIi'Kunl side-wheel itcam i
ARKANSAS BELLE,
IIkn Howard Master.
WaLT-.ll II. I'KNSIHUTON-...-..- Clerk.
Will leave Kranavllle for Cairo avery '1 UKS
. I)A unci FltlUAY at t o'clock . III.
Will leave Ce'rocvery WEU.NKSDAV aud SAT
Ultl. V at U o'clock v. in
The I'lOKUtit mile-whee ateumer
PAT. CLEBURNE,
Jouh Co ik ; Uaittr
Mat. Williams clerk.
Leaves Kvuimvllle for Cairo everv WKONKS-
DA ami bATUKAIlY at 6 n. III.
leaves Culro every 111 JHHUAY antl SUNDAY
at Dp. in,
Each boat nuke close counectlona at Cairo
with urat-claiia nteamer for lit. Iiula, Mem
ubla anil New Orleans, and at Kvan.ville with
,b,i - A Vi ,,.,t 'oraUpolntaNoithana Kaat.
Bndwllhtbe Louisville Mall Steamer fo hall
olntaoiithe Uiiper Ohio, Klvlnic through re
flSutary' pMsfiigwa to all points
r'or urther Information anuly to
SOL. MI.VKIt, VaiwiiKerAirent.
IIALLIDAY BIIQ8,, - ,
J. M. l'lllLLll'8, " jAstnla.
Or to , U.J.UHAMMRIt,
.upeilntendent ami General freight Agent.
IW-ffl-lv. . Kranivlllf Indiana.
j
VOL. 8.
WINTER & STEWART.
Commission Merchants
AKIl
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avtnuo
' 4'Nlra, llllimla.
Advances matte od onIitiiiiiciit. All-
ktravta nl Titles made, Ctineysliceii, :inl
Olleetloni altcudcl to.
ATTENTION' TO lllWINtSs; AND
l'KOMl I' It KM ITTAN CKtf.
Auction Kale Kvcry Saturday Morning.
U-i-UlI
POND'S
EXTRACT
rhe People's Remody.
The Universal Fain Ext actor.
Nota : Aak for Pea4' Eztraet.
Tan no othar.
"Ilrars for I will lxk of excellent thin,.'
FOR
Injur! to Man orlScasts,
Ntralaa, Hpralns, Contu-
lona, xmiocations.
Frartarva, Cut,, Lacera
ted or Incited Wound.
We'lllae.Uuru,ScaJd,
nunuuma.
Bleeding l,ua;a, or
hpltllnicof lllwj.1.
Xata niretel, ami lleel-
loy (iums or 'leetli.
Vomlllnc or HI our ami
llloody Illachargea.
Pile - Illeallnir files.
Uliiitll'llea. (loblllblc I
Ml
Toulbatrhr.Karache.Neu-
ralila, SwellHi Kare.
KBeumallam, Kheuina
tle!iwelIliiiror8nrene.. EXTRACT
MllWneM or bomiwi,
Lumhaeo, lame Hack.
r Tfaroni or Uuln.r,
Inflamed Tonillj.
Dlptherln, Broaehl
tla, Asthma.
Hor or Inflsme4 Eyes o
'Catarrh, Lturorrhea,
Hiarrhea, Ilytentery.
iwini nippies, innam.a
unsii
PMlafiil or too 1'roruse
Monthliui.
Milk l-eaj. Ovarian !!
eaas and Tumora.
ttldner t'omplnlnl,
U ravel and Straiixur'.
i'lMlnii and Kxcorla-
people's;
REMEDY,!
iiuo. ni iiiianin, or
A.li.tl.
FOR
EXTERNAL
AMI)
Varlroae Veins, En
larged or inflamed Vein.,
fleer, Old Sore., Inter
nal Ulceration.,
Balls, Carbuncle., Tn-
tnnm tin, U . 1 1 ! .. a
INTERNAL
'roraa ami Ilunlon., Chat
il or Sore Feet
'lafl,iir,lUrnr9(ir Rad
dle (ialli.
relon or Whitlow, Tro,t-
l l.irab. or FarU.
iXosUlto Bltea. I runt
Sling., Cbapiwd HancU.
USE.
FUND'S KX TRACT la for sale tiy all ITral
Claaa Dras;s;lals,and rrcommeiideil by
all Uruggi.t, I'by.ician., and every
lodjr who has eer used it.
Pnnipbtet conUlning lllttory and Vtn mail
ed free on application , If nut found at your
Druggi.t'a.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Jfew York anil London,
413-5-lJ-dlT
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slat Rooffcrs,
Roofing and Quttoring a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Bods, Pumps,! Stoves
and Tinware.
' JobllBK PraaaPtlr Dona.
. THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is (he Grand Old
MUSTANG
LINIMENT,
Which has stood tho test of 40
Years.
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Curono
Ache, no Bain, that Afflicts the Hu
man Dodyor the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25o., 60o. or$l
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Rostorcd to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Horse.
.a-eed.i,tw-lr.
LlttUOR DEAI.KKN.
R. SMYTH & GO.,'
Wholesale and Ketall Dealers In
Foreign and Domealic
LIQUORS
AMD
WINES OF AliTa MINUS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
OAIBO, ILLS.
MKSSSf . SMITH CO. have comtanUy
a large Hock of the heat good a ui the mar
kat, and glra eipeclal atuutlon lolbt Mliolwaal
ranch of thhuinM.
Otto, Sullatla. 2Sall41tr. Csrrxar Twailftli Ctrat ani
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, Flil DAY, MAY 20, 1876.
Oft. J.attil
DOM PEDRO.
Tli I.niiiI Hp l.rll Itrlilml lllm.
Doin Ti'ilro, next tothu Knipcrorot nil
lliu 1'iiia', rules overllif lurc-l con
UfiioiH ttrrltory iiiiiRt onu ovuriitnetit
on tin; jrlolii'. Oillcl.il ifjioils rlvclt :ui
ntfit of 4,5)01, It'JI njiKiru inllw, more or
lc.. lt greatest lviistli I? 2,WjO milt',
and Us jj'ri'itMt brcutltli U 2,170. To -,'0
all over It in mi onllnnry lllctiinu onu
would need lo travel as fant af lt Km"
pcror Iiih been tlolnu wlilln In tills
country. It h divided Into twenty prov
inces and onu Independent tmititcl pnllty,
eai.li ot which lias a local capital.
The empire claims a population of 11,
"M.OOO, hut tome authorities claim that
it does not contain rnoto than 7,000,000
lH.'oplu ol nil racc. 'The whites number
about one-third of the entire population,
aud am chiefly ol I'orlugcM! decent. In
the M'ubourd cities there are many
French, (iprmaiu and Knulhli, itios-t of
whom are engaged In trade. Nearly
one-third of the Inhabitants ate Indian".
Tltey represent all decrees ol elvillation
woithspeukinj: ol. Some ol the Interior
tribes are cannibals, 'They jiractleM Jerk
ing the meat obtained from enemies'
bodies and storing It up lora rainy day.
In this respect they show more foreMj;ht
aud thrift than the natives of the 'ami!
b.nl Inland. .Most of the Indian.--, how
ever, are very tpilet and friendly. They
subsist for the mot part on pa me and
wild fruits. They require llttlu by way
ol house. Their favorite clothlnjr is red
paint. The country contains nearly
1,000,000 neirrofi. The remainder of the
population consists ol mixed race'.
Some of the races are very decidedly
mixed, hinln;; tho blood ol nci'0e", In
dlaus and whites In their vein-'.
Since Itrar.il was discovered, in the year
l.'WO, nnd settlements were cominenrtd
shortly afterward, it seems somewhat re
markable that It has not a larger white
population. This may be explained by
the fact that the country was lotm tribu
tary to Portugal which did not contain In
habitants enough to people o vaU a
country. During the pat twenty years
llrazll has made Mreiiiioii- exertions to
procure settlers from foreign countries
They have not only been ollered land
without cost, but in ome Instances have
had half of their pas.age money paid.
The Ccrmaus huvc availed themselves of
thee liberal oilers to tbe greatest extent
of any people. According to ofllelal tc
ports there nrc fifty colonies in the em
pire, containing, on nn average, 1,000
persons each. At the cloe ot our civil
war ipiite a number of confederates re
moved to rtra.ll. Asa rule. Hie, foreign
settlers do not take kindly to the country.
(Juitc likely this is owing to the circum
stance tli.it soli, climate, production:,
language, and Institutions of I Ira .ll are
very unlike those of the countries from
which settler have been obtained. 'ou
slderable time is required lor foreigners
lo accommodate them.eivcs to the new
order of thing'1.
All intelligent travelers who have vis
ited llrazll, speak in the most glowing
terms of thu country. I'rof. Agassi, re
garded It as the ino-t productive aud In
teresting country on thu globe, and the
one in which it is the easiest to obtain a
livelihood. Some who liavu sailed up the
Amazon declare that a vessel can be load
ed with llrazll nuts at an expense of only
a few cents per bushel, Thesu consti
tute a valuable article of commerce, while
the oil extracted from them is very desir
able. All the tropical fruits aru pro
duced lit lira11 almost without cultiva
tion. The soil in many parts of the coun
try will produce twenty successive crops
ol cotton, tobacco, or sugar cane, with
out the application of manure.
Xo country in the world ap
proaches the land of uom ldro in the
variety of its forest productions. I'rof.
Agasslz states that he sawone bundled and
seventeen dltl'erent kinds ol valuable
wood that were cut from a plceu of laud
not a half a inllc, square. They repre
sented almost every variety of color, aud
many of them were cababiu of receiving
a high polish. One Irco furnishes wax
that is used tor candles ; another pit;h
which is used lor food ; and still another
yields a Juice which Is used In the placu
of intoxicating liquor. There is a single
variety of palm from wlilelt the natives
obtain food, drink, clothing, bedding,
cordage, fishing tackle, medicine and the
material they manufacture into dwell
ings, weapons, harpoons and inulcal in.
striiments. Doubtless the day is not dis
tant when thu valuable woods of llrazll
vill be used for various useful and orna
mental purposes, llrazll Is not only n
"wooden country," but tho country that
produces thu most beautiful woods in thu
world.
If one does not want to cut wood that
U nearly as hard as Ivory, with a tropi
cal sun exactly overhead, there aru other
things he can busy himself about. For
Instance, ho may shovel up diamond, or
raku together sapphires, emeralds aud
rubles. He can also quarry lline-stoti,,
thut is so sonorous that it makes good
church bells. Ho, too, ho may engngu In
loading carts with hoitpy, some sweet
ami some sour, which Is collected by
bees that have no stings, but which work
all thu year long. In short, If tiny one
wants to go South uud grow up with a
jfood country, let him make the acquaint
ance of Dom Pedro and accompany him
home.
IIip lilamry of n I'luMrr.
J YcaiHiigo the linbber IVirott" Piaster
w a recognized as a tirelul anil tlllclctit .
, external icmedy, po'ses-hig peculiar
merits dlll'ereiit front anything ever
known or ncd lor u like puro-i- hofon1. i
Thu reasons why It became mi popnlnr
were these: First, It wasdl'couiudtlmt
rubber was t lie natural reservoir ot elec-1
tt icity, mid, consequently, po.e.cd
great curative properties. Second, w hen
remit red soft nnd pllahlu It became :t con- I
venlent two tor tlm Itcst external stliuit-
I hints. Third, it could ho wotn without
soiling thu clothing or cnuMtig thu wenrtr I
nnv Inconvetilnce. Ukotill nutv inventions
it wnsnotperrcct,butcupabluol Improve
ments. These Improvements liavo
been made In ItKNSON'S OAPCINH
POUOl'S PI.ASTF.lt. The great objec
tion ever found to tho porous pla-ters by
physicians aud the public has been that
its uetlon is not prompt or decided
enough. Tho introduction of Cupel im
Into a porous planter overcomes this ob
jection entirely. It causes it to net Im
mediately, and to euro in less time and
wllli inoro certainty than the ordinary
article. liKNSON'S CAlVINF. POU
Ol'S Pl.ASTKlt is truly it remarkable
article. It is prepared by tt linn ot skil
led pharmaceutical chemists who. have
had large experience in manufacturing
various kinds of planters and liniments
for the surgeons nnd hospitals of this nnd
other countries
This plaster, the rcult of their ex
periments nnd study, is Indor-ed by tho
best physicians as greatly superior to or
dinary porous plasters uud liniments, unit
as being tho best remedy that could po
Sibly tlcvi'cd for rheumatism, lame and
weak backs, pains In the side and chest,
or any of the troubles for which :t porous
plaster or liniment ha lieen ttcd. Pco
jilc sufl'ering from stubborn colds will
llttd that It ullords them great relief by
wearing one on tho breast. Thcs'Tn t of
ijknson'S capci.vi: pr.AS'n:!: is
it marvelous Influence over the circula
tion. It strengthens and relieves lulu
almost from the moment, of Its applica
tion. Let any onu who Is skeptical of
the merits of' this nrtlclu conult their
phylelan. To Ik; obtained of all drug
gi'ls for i") cent".
Siunntv & .loiissiis.
Pharmaceutical hctnlMs. N. V.
f-2!i-lm
A SPECIALTY.
'I lie Ili i.D.Tis i.rh. thu
MUMiAtimcut niukeH n
M-cUl)- of 11111 llwW,
Note 1I-.t1i, U tter lloii'ls,
MateintMitl, Caul;), I.tc Ij'.k lit there prlret:
Small slc Mil heads, ptr WO 1 11"
Mcllum lfc Mil held , r tliouraml 3 75
All on fourteen potnul )'HT, Carlisle mllh,
ratinl two cenH ht ikhiihI higher than pajier
Usui I iy any ntlier oUlee nile.1 to tinier at tlic
mill, ejpeciallr for tlili nlUiv
Statements. Carlycle, per l's) ...k...'t or.
I-ctter llead, larlyle, jr 1"0I 4 fai
.Note f I-.i'ls, Cotlysle, per Uj .. .t ki
Vi.lllnk'canU ht packase 7.V:
Ilii'lnn ranlH, Xo. I 3-ply llrl'tol Inunl,
ir Iiksi ii to to I W
tlusliiws cnnl, .No 1 blank. rH) 3 OT
(juaiter-sliiet, tmlf-'liei t, fiill-ttnet nml three
sheet Kj,li ri, nml rolon-l work below M I.onU
prlrej
rnniphUt, Dooh Work an 1 I'llce l.lali male
iccluitr
.MSIISSI M KIU'IIANT.X.
K .1. Ayrca, S l Ayrre.
AYRES & CO.
FLOUH
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 03
OHIO LE7Ef,
P. CUHL,
Kxrliedvr
Flour Merchant
AND
Millers' Agent.
So SO Ohio Levee,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
7 otr.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Ilealer in
LTJMBEB,
All kinds hard nnd toft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill aud Yard,
-ornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
INNUHA.4'i:.
O. N. HUGHES,
Genera!
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO Xj 03X7-1313,
Over Mathun a rjbl'i.
NONK but Klril-C'liiii Comiiaulea repre
bClltLll.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 16AS.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
! AND CANDEE,
j (line; ill
Insurance Agents
j 73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-itairi.
o
The OUIaatKatabllahod Aironcy In (out
I am iiiinota, rorroHiintinir ovnr
165000 000
Wo.o.liln.r'tSxi. Avanua.
I WBTJHE 1ST TIXZ3
EquitaUe Life Assurance
SOCIETY, OP NE YORK.
On tho Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE br ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
SURPLUS 8 4,515,012 42.
ASSETS 820,030.087 70.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
Cigars ! Cigars ! Cigars !
Wholesale and Retail Prices !
Pnlly alive to the demand of tlic tunc.', pronocs to put Id . -
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
4
At tirlcws that will rotniiare with the decline
Ills good'doirn
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of tho fact would call tho nttontion of tho Smoking
Public to tho following prices: Connecticut Sood from 2 to 8 cents;
Seed and Ilavnnnn, 4, 5 and 0 cents; Key West Hnvannn, 8 to 10 conts;
and imported Havnnna 15 conts oach. Ho moann business, nnd will
at oven thoso low prioos, mnko a fair living profit.
His light expenses cnablos him to giro tho public tho benoflt of thoso
low prices, and in return Rolicitfl thoir patroungo.
tions, constantly on hand, and will
F. TSZCSLCAXr,
102 Coiniucrial Avo. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
CAJTlFtO. UiZjINOIS.
LOOK TO YOURINTBRBSTS !
Hew Goods!
Solomon Faraira's,
142 & 144- Commercial Avenue.
.Iiikt liecchtil, a I'rcsh, t omi'.ct and New Sujip'y ol
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
Which I offer at prlcci never before heard ol Miic.wir before this war I 'Ivo rllit In
tho market ami buy onlj for c:iti. thercfr)iMii II them at tho very I nvet prleon. An
I liavo c itiuliiilcd to ciuithmn my bun ne-s In Oaini, fur which uirixu I rn.'iA'e.i M r.
Wull. I invilt) all our ol I fripmlH to j;Im! us u eall boforj goiv (Sewlierc, :i mv motto
is "Small rrollts and iulck Sales "
Wo otter the very bet calleo at '! rents pr yai' l; Kt'eindlun . to 10 route ter yard; a
full lino ol StimnuT ilr iKood and plaiil Iri'tn lo to rents per pur.1. IUrgalii In
parasoN, liamlk clcljIt'T! rents a tilere; enibnililory very low; a'fo towrl,iiapV;hi,laily's
lb si lit S rrnts a pulr. ,s In boy s cltilh'tn; wo ate oll'rrhw liiillli'rtni'nl-a- il Jims'
r:slnct mlts r M Hoots nnd lnic. the lowc t tu thi market.
Don't lortfrtlhe plaec.tbc obi htniitl ol I elllrou A Well.
SOLOMOKT DE A.n3IRA,
143 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
BAROLAYBROS
Wholcflnlo
DRUGGISTS
:and
PAINT AND
74 OHIO LEVEE.
In Stock for Spring Trade:
Strictly Pure White Lead,
Pure Linseed Oil,
Guaranteed Boiled Oil,
Artists' Tube Paint.
Best English Paris White,
Glues of all Grades,
TERMS ON THESE GOODS CASH ON
DELIVERY.
WEEKLYBULLETffi
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
NO. 1.32.
In otlior article, In other wordi
from the old
will mil
be sold correspondingly low.
How
AT
and Rotail
Feather Dusters,
Window Glass,
Varnishes,
Brushes.
OIL DEALERS
16 MILES OF
I ' If fcHAI ;
SOLD DURING iht YEAR lift
KVKItYTOVE 18'
Wherever Ueit'or SoM
-
asUitelfMiltilil!
OtiU NKW 8IZK8 ,
Noa. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Arc a Marvclont Combination of
convenience;
NEATNESS, and
ECONOMY,
And all the frichtlat Polntf that go to Make ua"1
Most Perfect Cpokhtg-'8tor
Kvcr OfTrmt to (ht PM(f.
Mmle Only be the
tr.
Excelsior ManufactuHni Co., ,
.Vo. ill.', fill, tt and 01 N. MaW ftf'.,1
Nl. Itnia, Mm. -
stji.i) iiv
C. W. HENDERSON,
CAIRO, OX.
.'il-nett.na'fin.tw '.
CARRIAGE
inttu 1 1ft MchrtDlNMtC
SECRETS.!'
IlklnJ ori)l.K. with honilrnl.
whohJulu niim- ihr hnni it nil In minlna tfcai m
tur mud rurr. Trral on ll Dlara(, fullv riKlBtat tknr.
ctutra. lympMiitaBiktltrMNinilorur
e norkoMhc kto4
ft ! Hi I UM Mly mi 1 '
ID rrcry rf prii. Hrrt acrurtly wtMon iTftli
ik.1ui,Io. Ciub;uha in icffi
DR. BUTTS'
Mr.MVlM.li. ,
Ire.iauciaf analaaa
Mr. BttTTM' Mania I
ArhjiloltwIoalVUwTrM.rrUaa
airiii.muT au4 thaw eaMrnptMlna
iH.rtuic.
l.m And lha Iwlrt (nfimilte. m n...k
nianhooj ti,Join.ntHM4 A.tr.intr.t4kOBtt'JQIMer.,
tur irlt.i. ,.aiK,kl.haaiaiikrtaa4irlkaai,
iwxi jiRiiiHtniniaAoaf,3aiM.:
,r,. rniuiii,ra:.i iutvicii.
A V HIV ATB M CDtOAL TKXATtSal tm all dlartjf
cr t Prirato Haturoln tonth trsaa, Oiv akiiri and J.
OMlfraotttiei'xualistrin. ami Uamtitaolcurc.LMMXTf
u ith rnrrarlnc. acut mult ril intMMa.
. MEDICAL ADVICE on tkniaUmt CbrOfiW
sn tliul akiirt,Catarrhl Can(rriIUMtur,UtUMuiii
lMut, Ai, ,'4)iu1't work Mit titidrr aal lor h rt. All
throe bookar't itln)n)f 460 fufaa atnl m-rithitrth
kt(i liiff uii ilniiljiit. aent atnirlv alad ma ro.
rcipt or iu cSt AifcirtM, Pr Bunr Diipt
Uo.UN.Qlh .. St. Louia.
ill. Mo. ll.MD:ihra
Ao UuitntnlvrarVrs
bH am mm BaT aS flaS mm nam. a nrltata nnjutiur
mmm a M. rlaKrabi on ClM mt$U rit
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