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j OHN B. KOlIBTi
Attorney at Law.
OrriCK : Alrnlilrni on Miitli Street, t e
tweru VV-uhlna'tan avenue ami Walnut
Oms. Sa.lltla. X3-a.114.lxk.?, Cars. Twlftlv Street .zd. WaafeJ.net,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1870.
At Hie Ttrt.l.ETi Ofllee I'airo, Illinois
I M III III III III
Your House Needs
ot only bee tuc it looks dingy an I rutty, hut for th'1 more important recoil lli.il.lt
want protection inm the weather. With this Taint, H ill A ."MALI. HI M,
jou fan 1'iotei t nul K(aiitllv 5 nur h use, muling It
The Town an. I (kiiititry ICcady Mi xed 1'nint are prepared from pure while lead,
pure Oxide ol Zinr, and the tlnrst and strongest coloring material obtainable, mixed
.villi prepared Linseed :il, which driwi with a glo and luralilllty unattainable by
(he mine inatcriala niied In the ordinary maimer.
l-ead ami Zinc, mixed In tul way, are n"t affected hy chansrc of temperature, will
not crack, hliter, perl, fiaWe or chalk, nnd will alway ilry with the ljlln st poiiljle
polish. They arc warranted to ktand under all eipottiir, and will form a perfectly
wafer-proof ooveritig. very elastic and beautiful. They will work freely under the brush,
a ii 1 may he applied by the newt Inexperienced person v lien the direction are followed,
though the employment of regular painter in advised when obtninble.
Tbl. Taint 1 always Heady for use w it hint the inconvenience or expenf ff
u'ny additional material.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get a circular giving all dc.ired information in regard to tlir
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Beady Mixed Paints
ONLY To I(K AT Till: "Sli;X OF 'I IK OOIJfKN 1.IONV
Fever aai Ape Pad
The Greatest Discoveryl Age
(Tal. ntcd April 12. 170.)
Ka.lg-.i' Ker aod Asrn Tad i no imposition, nor does it pre end to
cure without medicine. The Tad 1 medicated with effective compounds,
aod cure by aborfti."ii, acting direct 01 the Liver and stomach immed
iately, tlm taking Irom the system all malaria and Bilious poison Ilodger'
Fever and A true Tad make also a aure cure in all I'least growing out of
a disordered Liver.
The Tul lli! art cautioned againU pur ha slug tLe counterfeit article, a
liter are one or two in the market; ak your iJruvgist for I!odgcr Fever
and Ajue Tad. I'at. Apill 12'b, 1S70. "Tui ih hi onlv original pad. Ho
ure and ask lor the patented article. The pi lit of l!odgerV Fever and
Ajiie Tad i oily tpl and i sent post-paid tt any ai rts on receipt of prior.
Observe direction and buy noue but liod'cii'. Tor sale by
3 AJLTLOHi AY
Call and get a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
tho Cure of the Ilia that Flosh is Ileir to. Puro and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from taoir Sources and Kept on Ice.
BETHESM HUlEEtflL WATER
Of Weukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Waters for sale on draught in Bottles, by the Gallon in
Jugs or Kegs, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY EROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
5 jvod w
y.utsACi!'au.iisBJntiiog n s
Oeneral Avents, Cairo, Illinois.
A Kemnrkaltlefciorv -Haw Tweed Ar
rllM ( f'titiit.
A Ki-rnH reporter, asivrtnliiinif jr
tenlny tliut a nierchiinr nr this city, well
known in tlm uhlan Irmlc, Imviii re
eeiveii letter from Win. M. 'Tweed, puid
liimarl-if. When quenUnicl Hie nui
i hunt admitted that lie liiul received u
letter from John Seor, f tint Scror w
Tweed nnd that the letter li I fieen w rif
teu in Culm uiiilcr promise that hi numc
would not Im; divulged. 'J'lif etitli iiihii
pnf the following inteielinjr anil jfrupliic
detail i Twtfd'H movement in 'uiia:
Tweed was landed on a rocky promon
tory nhout ten miles from "anthiro n
I 'una by a boa I which took him n-liore
from an American yacht. 1 have nN
heard that tin; vce l which landed him
on the Cuban coat wnn bound lor .la
niaioa. 'i'hm, however, U immaterial.
Here, much fatigued and exhaiifled,
'i'wwil was discovered by a ll-lierman.
who volunteered to conduct him to San
tiago tie Cuba, and they Dian ned along
over the rocky paths leaditiK to the
city. Tweed wai accompanied by a
man named Hunt, who, if I mistake
not, was a coachman for a lonjj tjn-1(!
in the service, ot Tweed, and was note j
for his fidelity and honesty. Will,
Twe'd, owing to his heavy weight, had
much dillicuity in walking to the city of
Santiago. He was terribly sunburnt, his
face Iw ing brown a a berry and very
much blistered. The fisherman who ac
compauicd them received a gold "ounce"
for his trouble, and led the wandering
pair, not to a hotel, but to police head
quarters. Had Tweed and his follower
bc4-n discovered by the Spanish troops on
the Ijeach they would undoubtedly have
been shot, after a drumhead court mar
tial, as American filibusters just landed
from Jamaica en route for "Cuba Libre."
I cannot tell you what date this was,
as my letter doe's not give it. The police
authorities not Iwlng satisfied with the
fisherman's explanation, or Tweed's
Matciiient, naturally made in Knglish,
that he was an American citizen, M-nt
hint and Hunt on board the Spanish
man-of-war stationed in the harbor as
prisoners. Tweed and Hunt were ac
cordingly marched oil" to the vessel and
there detained. While on board Tweed
scut for the United States Consul at San
tiago de Cuba, Mr. Voting (who is now
in tbi country, either at Philadelphia or
Washington), ami demanded the pro
tection due to an American citizen, Mr.
Young; who is a very line fellow, in
stantly Interested himself in the ease, and
took into his counsel Mr. JUiusden, the
Itritish Consul. Tweed's passjort was
found to be in order as "John Secor,'
likewise that of his companion in exile,
Hunt." Their release was formally
demanded and granted, and Tweed took
up his re-si leuce at the Hotel dc Shy,
kept by Madame Adelia tinder police sur
veillance. Here he lived very quietly.
Meanwhile Consul General Hall enter
tained a (suspicion that there was oinc
thiug wrong about "Sccor," In
spite of his p.issiort being en
rtijle. Telegram passed frequently
tietween him and United States Consul
f rcneral Hall at Havana. Tweed feeling
that he was looked upon with suspicion
was restless to b3 off, and egaged pas
sage In the bark Carmen, bound for Vigo
and Uareelona. Tweed, though not
having his passport rised by the Spanish
authorities on the 22d of July, caused
the Carmen to be detained till the 2'ith,
he paying demurrage lor the delay. The
night bet ore his departure Mr. Young
telegraphed to Consul General Hall at
Havana that it was William M. Tweed
who was using the name of "Sccor,"
but the dispatch arrived too late at Ha
vana. Mr. Hall immediately took a car
riage and went out ol town lor a distance
of eight miles to And Captain General
Jovellar to ask him to send an order to
detain Tweed, alias Sccor. The dispatch
was sent but arrived too late, the Carmen
having sailed. The authorities, however,
both at Santiago do Cuba and Havana,
were made acquainted with the facts in
the case and the news was consequently
telegraphed over to Madrid. Tho rest
you know. Mr. Tweed has suffered
enough, and to imprison hiui further,
would, in my opinion, he revenge, not
justice, seeing that nil his accomplices are
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has re-opened his establishment in the
Wnere can be found an extra fine sto:k
of goods in hi. line.
Give ,)oncs a call. S-10-tf.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale an4 Kotall Dealera in
Foreign and Domestic
WIXKN OF AI,!, HI X IS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MEisSRf. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
a larfte stock ot the bmt Rood, in Uiv mar
ket, aud (rive enH-ial attention to I he wnoltwale
ranch of the luinin
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
193 W. W St, CIKCimil, 0.,
Are authorised to contract for advertis
ixir in this paper. '
ZttimUaa furaUUedfre. Bead for Circular
NORTH SIDE OF EIOHTU STRKK1
Betwen WaabiBftoa sa4 Coumerola
roitTV VKAks uicroKi; tiii: ft iii.ic.
DR. C. M?LAN'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
'PIIC cotinttiuii' e is pal- am!
1. leailcn-f (ilorcd, with ( .i .i.n.il
llu ,hcs, or a i irtiiiiiii't ilic.' tput mi
o;ie or Uitli c lacks ; the t s lc omc
lull ; tliepupilsililate ; an .uiircscmi
tirde runs uIdiij; the lower ec li.l ;
t lie nose i i i r ri tat cd, swell and ,om .'
tiincs bleed:; ; abWtllin of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with lnun
ining or throbbing of tho cars; a a
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes vorat ions, wiiha
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
other-, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
i.t the stom.v h ; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through-
0 i: the abdo.nen; bowels irregular,
at times co.tive ; stools slimy ; not
infrequently tinged with blood;
b.'!ly swollen and hard : urine tur
bid ; respiration occaMonally difii
f -i'.t,and aci ompaiiied by hiccough;
c ough somelimesdry and convulsive;
ii i..-a;y and disturbed sleep, with
gri.uling of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, Sec.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to cxkt,
V.IK. C. M'.LANE-S VIIRMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
If UOl.S Not' CONTAIN Mr.UClT.V
in any form ; it is an innocent j ire pa
ra i ion, not c-tt(!e f diu:;lk? stiyj.t
at injury ( Jit most t-':i.t r ;'
Thegeatthie I.)R. MVI. -.m:';; 'u
M'tfi;K Leai . the signatures of C.
M'. Lane ar.d I i.kmini; lUny. o the
: o :
OR. C. r.'.CLANG'G
These I'lil-i are not recommended
n a ijm-'uy fr "till tho ills ilu;t
ll-'.sh is heir to," but in uli'.ctiou ; of
the Ivr, and in :i 1 Diliou;? Coni-
1 hints I'y ; cj .-ia and f-i. k Ilrail-n-.li",
or di.- of that cliaractcr,
th;y t laud iilvmt a rival.
ac; r i: and fkvkij.
. i). .i . ix t'.i.it'o miii ij uscit
j-'veparaloy to, or alter taking ( ui
i:!n?. As a thiiph purgative th-y are
m:VAHK CI I" PlITATIOXS.
The j-auine aie iK-ver Migar
k !i lot has a Jed wax teal on
tin lid. with the impvtwiim Dir.
M'- li.VM. ' LlVKIt 11
Kai'h wrajipcr bears thesignalurcs
of C'. MVLNEand I'i-kmimi Duos.
Sold by all resjw;.jiahle druggisfj
and country stor-kfi'pcis eeticrally.
At:w At:KTiNK.'n:.M is.
Au overiloi of (tinner often di ranges
the evjitcm. bring on flatulence uicl wind colic,
and Biilijecu tlif patieut to emu Inidily bunt i
iuK. A single doe of
Tarrant's Seltitr Aptrent
will correct the acidity, rtheve the pain, carry
off the oflenilinj- cause, and save sonic time a
a lon of illuea. lta effecU are gentle and
tlioroiiKli. and iu geoerul Use would prevent
Li nv am. nitrr.cisr.
A (lav at home. A irenta wanted. Outfit
and term free. TUCK A CO. , AukuxU,
If yon want reliable Information, where and how
to irt-t a cheap farm or uovernment Home
stead five keud your address to S. .1, OIL
AloltK, Lund (JommiMtioner, Ijiwrence Kana
and receive rrati a copy of The Kansas l'a
CT ICa week to aKentH. Sample free.
0 s Op. o. VU'KKKV. Aunisi. Maine.
Wirated for tti Pnrltr, Streiiftlt and Flayer
.rrntcd to Kwp Plckli. We Guarantee It l
nliroly free from Sulphuric And or other deleter!
-i.t.itoce. with which Ho" Yintgar ladulterate4
K..r le I.) ll Grocer. I.arct tner orkeln ihl
A orld. duib. ISta. K. L. PHCSSINO COCtUcaa
rCIITCI'-'iU'larelifr-like steel cni-rnvinK
AUCrilOjoi tin, pre.idt'iitial t'amliilulvs bell
.Ukf Iiaiililly. semlforcircular. N Y. Kn
$18 a daylraving ( ;,.x Wall l..lwx gti,X.Y.
fti do A per day at home. Sum pie worth
P VO ipV i free. ttiui.ou A Company,
OCKiIra Kilie niixea I HWJ im uuiue. i ci.,
"jiont paid. L. JNt A c , Naau, N . Y.
in KeliKioiiM aud AKrleulliirnl Week.
ne HMll-nrlre. mici ir iuiinm uu uic
i.iki clan, tor iiiioriuiMni, ..,
OE0, F. BOW ELL CD . 41 Park Bow,
J. II. OHKHLV. A. W. PVATT,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
V. W, 4.- w ww.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin BnlldlBfcT, Cor. Twelfth Btree
a&4 WaoMaa-ton Avenue,
t"C ounty and KailrowltVork a Specialty
Pllll.APKI .1111 A,
lhi re ii I Irteruationiil Khilitii !-
signed to oiiiinemoiiitc the oim hundredth
nnitrniy ol American InUeiiendeiicc,
opelieil ;iy I lit It. and will close Noenilier
lutti, l7H. All the iiition fd the world
and all the st iteg anil territorie of the I n
Im are part id paling in this wonderful r
Dinnstralion, linnuiru toxelhcr the inot
eoiiiprf hen.lvc eolleetioD ot art treiire,
inei'hatiical inveiilioiis, cleiititii' dh. nwo
i riex, iiiMiUliictiirnii? ai hievetnerits, miner
al xpeelincii, and ak'riciilliir:tl product
czcr cnhlliited. The rround devoti-d t
the cxhihitioii arc ailiiatcd on the line of
the 1'eiiiisylvania Itailroad and cmliinee 4".ti
acre of rail-mount Park, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which arc
eroded the largest hulldiiiR ever constrne
ted live of lhec covcrinir an area of litty
acrea ami eosMn t.'i.iNjii.iHHj. Tho total
number of liinMinc prceted for tho pur
poe of the evhil.lt on 1 near two hun
dred, lliirinif the thilt d.ivs Inimoiliati lv
following the nprii'n of tlio exhibition a ;
tnlllion and a uater ol people visile.l It.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
THE OBEAT IBUNK LINE I
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
I the nio, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and thi
great Kxhil.ition Irom all tactions of the
country. Its train too and fnmi I'hiladel
phla will pass throutl'h a grand Centennial
depot, which tho compnny hug crpelcd at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
pround. for the accommodation of passen
ger who wM to top at or start from the
huraerous lare hotels contiguous to tins
Ution anc tho hxhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitor, and afford
ed exclusively !y tho I'cnnsylvrnia ltail
nad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildirs. Excursion
rain will a Iso stop at the Encampment of
he Patron of Husbaudry, at Eim Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the grand
est railway organization in the worid. it
control seven thousand miles of road wav,
forming continuous lines t I'hiladcljilnii.
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cara tiro
run from Chicago, ist. Louis, Louisville, c in
einDAti, Indianxpolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie vvithou ehangc.
it main line ia laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy eteel rails upon a deep bei
of broken stone ballast, and iu brid'h are
all ol iron or stone. Ha pastienger triins
are equipped with every kno.vn improve
ment lor eomioit and alety, and are run at
faster sjiecd for greater distances thuu the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased it equip
ment tor Vedtcnuial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
ootii'O sufficient to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command uf the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfoct
accommodation tor all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
Tho nir"'.- - j uica tho
Pennsylvania Railroad is ao iustly celebra
ted prescuta to the traveler over lis perfect
roadway an ever-ebanint' panorama of
river mountain and landscape Mews tmc
qualed iu America.
The eating stations on this liuo are un
surpassed. Meals wilt be furnished ut suit
able hour and arxple time allowed lor cn-
excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
he sold at all the. principul railroad ticket
office iu the West, Northwest Ld South
He sure that your tickets revl via the
Great l'euutylania route to tho Centen
nial. FJtANK THOMSON, U. M. loYD,.fr
t.cn. .Manager. tien. i'ass r-t
onramtsl in the rnile.1
sialejt, CanaiU, and Ku
roR' ; terms its low as
tliohe of any other relia
ble houne. Correction
liencc iuvteil in the Lilt'.
lirih and foreign anpimpe. wirn inventors, At
t'jrueys at i-aw, and other Snliciitors, esiieciall
w tn tnose wno nave Had tlieir cases rejected in
the hands ol other attorneys . In rvieetud case
our fees are reaoniible, and no charxc id made
0 Dices we are succeBslul.
I If you want a pat.
, ent.senrt us a model
examination at the putent olllce, and It we think
It putentaiiie, will send vou l uis rs ami anvu-e,
and prosecute your case. Our lee will lie iu or
dinary canes, -.
1 Oral or written in matters
irett. Ex-Commlssloner of Patents.
Cleveland, Ohio ) O. II Kellcy, Esq , Sec'v
National tjrauire. Eoulbville, Ky ; Coiiuuodur
Uan'l Amnien, V. 8. N., W aslilnicton. Ii. C.
tt" senii Mhiuii for our 'Julde for ohtain
iDKl'atents, a book of SO puites.
Adihvss : l.onlH BwVKer A' 'o., Solid
tors of Patents, Washington, l. C
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
Ono of the Safest and Most Pleas
ant Hotels in America.
Having all the different Safeguards Against
r'ire, makes it practically tire-proof. Has re
cently undergone exun.ive iiuiiroM'iueiits a
large amount of new furniture added, making
it one of the most elegantly furnished hotels in
the country and the entire building redeco
rated in a style, that for lieauty of desigu, sur
passes any Ihinit of the kind in tile world
The ventilation of the holel is perfect, having
every modern imnroveiiieut.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
Oct'iiie an entire Miiuro. lntiliigH
Iroiilitx of 1,0.10 IVe.
Numlierof rooms, lio-'t suits of rooms, wiih
baths count-cling. '.'! sie of parlors, l''x -ai
l-i;sixe of graud diouing-roum, s. size
ot ladies' promenade, I '.v l"j mp of olhce,
I'lieeof i ms. with hoard, .ii. l. si, $1 ",
l. 'ii aud .11 m t Hay accoul
li:g to loculiou,
Tlie table aud service uu-urpassel, being the
karnv to all.
A BI.IH t l lS will lie made from the
aliove prices lo partie iviiiainiug a W tf.U or
mure, aud those desiring to visit Ihu f.ipu-i-tion
during the mouth uf Meplember.
5f" Kooms cn he cured, stating prieec u
saiue, hy Telegraph, at our etpeoM-:
J0HW B. DBAXI CO., Proprietors.
" 1 ; i " . i -
CINCINNATI WESLEUN COLLEGE,
FOR TOXTKO WOMEN,
itegius IUS31U year Sept. 13th. I'acully I
numbers i'l, Magullicent buildings, ,'ner
ous table. Thorough ejur.e iu Kogiiih,
Hcienee, Choslca, and Modera Luguais.
Uusurpaaaod advaataget (or muxle aud art. ,
Addre. the president, Kev. lvid 11.
Moore, D.U., Clnyionatl, O. 7-a-dJtw-et.
II AM It.
City National Bank
W V II . 1 1 . Y . I'r.si t. i,t.
H KN H V I. II U.I.I H A , , I',erl
A II Krolili, i i, r.
WAI.TI It IIVM.OP. Asa'H M.'tilcr.
iiim roots :
f. Sta a rs Tayi.om, t! II. C:eMNittiAM,
II I.. IUli.iiiay, W I". IUliiuav,
ti. 1 W II LIAMViiH. MTM-IIK'i Until,
A . Ii. S.AFMillli,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Jioncla lioujrbt and Sold.
I'.POMTS weivct and a rcneral ;iiankl!i
K l!ro., President. II WeIN, fa-hii-r.
I. Ned', in I'rcs't. 1, .1 hi rlli. Ast. nlt' r
Dorner Commercial Avn. aud 8th Street
r". l!ro, Cairo. W'm. Klutre, airo.
I'. NeOT, t.airo. Win Wolle, I airo.
A . Snsituka, C'uiro. U I.. Itilliiotslcy, v Louis.
! . I'uder, l airo. II. Wells, t airo.
V. II. Itriukmait. M. Imis,
I. V. CletiHon, ) aledoiiia.
(ieitcinl lliuiltiiix lliislneHs Hone,
FD'F.xrhani; sold and hoiiHht Interest lftid
n I lie .Savinirs I i-;ti t incut . t 'ollertiona ttiude,
lid aljJjiMiu es Motiintlv nttenlel lo.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. 1J SAFKOUl), President.
S 8 TAYI.OU, Vice President.
W . HYSLol', Scc'y and Treanurer.
P.W'. It AUCI.AT, I'llAS. GaCIOIIKR,
f . M . STO KFLKTII, I'AI'Li. tclll ll,
11.11. C'I'HMNIIIAM, II. I j Hai.lidav,
J. M. l'lllLi ll.
LNTERKST id on deposits ut the rave ot
pcrceui. tix.. ..iiiu.h, mui iniun l Pejite
x r 1st. Interest not withdrawn ia ad'led ilitlue
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
(iviUK Ihem comuouud interest.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
else can draw it.
Oiiou every businessday IVoiuOa.m. lo S p.m.
saturdsy eveuiuitd fur savings deposits only
rotn 0 to b o'clock.
W. IIYST.or. Treasurer.
VAitu:i v sioitt:.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial At.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A iwolarif 4iKt'- tvo.l li fllv tpt.liflM .hvaUimu anj thi
U uootrul, mj hi (.r tv Mill IVe
Cure all form, of PHI V ATE.
CHRONIC aud SEXUAL DIS
EASES. , v
Sperniatorruea aud Imjiotoucy,
II. C mull Of M-ll-BltUMr to T-r.Uft. 'U:tl t- lit Iu-
inrif ye i, or Htr cd"t, mi l (.niu lutf seiur r f ttr lul
! Wiutf fftwf inutue,), H miiiit 1 Kiu' -i lt-t. tiiltthl tiuU-il-iti
t ilinmsi. Dtuiii" clMni i, lt t n Vitiucrr , pin
u. 1Uci . fuii4ia Ki"e, A t-i -.om i b i.-u l f mlra,
t'i.Iuiio ol 1 K-, I .us. uf ?iiu.i I 1'iitrr, 4.-., r.- d'-nurf
' Htilrtl"T it UTiri i , tltuiUIKJUi j riuu
fr,,Ui u'e Gonorrhea,
GLLLT. Hirutur. nr. kuit. Heiu.u, H..
rii. s i(.i other irivsi iiiSttt n'.i in uii.
It t elf l lfut tin) .Uj ii iitu i" nt n s(m- iuHtti-fjl . ii
l a certain wf die. ati-l irfHu ttaoitHMiul m.im
all. fr-quirta gn-M ktlt. Fl iu ku.-wihrf tl.i Imci oltu
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