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VOL XII SALT LAKE GITY TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 30 1881 > NO r 3 3
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SPECIAL JDVERTISEIHEHTS i 1
ROOMS TO RENT
FORNISRED
pn suite close to Main
Single or en ly to S VDarke FL qo
t11 Apply
streetState Agents 90 MaIn street
streleE State
WANTED
housework
general
1 girl to do Taylor
OUIJositeOLatimer
e
ouposht
AlP 1 Y
Cos mill cast
WAITED
Housework
A frat to do to general Mrs A E Hyde
Apply at once of Temple Block
Jt nortl1 bate
opposhtenorth o
WANTED
know that the Wa
to
Fvcrvbody and Restaurant also
f i Saloon
the Depot of the Salt Lake City
t he d into Key
BrewerSwiH be removed Y
fer Soritzs new hui ding opposite
seri
Tribune Office where the proprietors
the the Wasatch Saloon Hill
of
prietors tG Trewhela will open on the 5th of
1831 with the finest
c nt berg
September
brands of Liquors Beer and Cigars
that ever has been sold in Utah
WANTED
GOOD BUILDING ROCK
WANTED immediately by Morris Y
R Evans
WAITED
Laborers
Furnacemen Feeders and
borers Also one blacksmith Apply
at the Germania Smelter or office in
> Ie
town
WANTED
Thirty good rock men to work on
the Railroad at Granger Three
dollars per day cash Transporta
tion from Ogden to Granger fur
nished Apply to Crismon Weiler
Salt Lake City or at Granger
CIuIs IoN WEILER
FIFTY MEN WANTED
To work on the i Denver and RJc I
Grande Railroad in Price River
Sanyon For information apply tc I
H Wallace grocery department
Jennings and Sons or to A G
Adamson
FOR SALE
SHEEP SHEEP SHEEP
5100 Stock Sheep
2 4CO Mutton Sheep
Apply io PHILIP DUFFEY
lau Kelton U T
I WILL CLOSE Q
A UE PATRONS WILL PLEASE I I
U note tbat the several departments
of Z 0 M I will bo closed on Wednes
day next the 31st instant for stock
taking
WL JENNINGS
JENNINGSSupt
Big PUZEY
a 0
CARRIAGE WAGON SHOP e
Blacksmithingcz
One door West of Rain Wagon Repot
1126
FAMiLY mEATS
The Choicest 3 Cheapest
W PETERSENS t
JVo 1225 Sit South Street
Order by Telephone m26
HOT DINNERS
I Front 12 DINNERSe
Cronk Biur Soda Water ICE
Cream
LTJXCH PUT UP F H TRAVELERS
J HAGELLS
m6 Opposite Theatre
WATkOiI BBOi
CONTRACTORS 6e o BUILDERS t
MRBLE WORKERS
totameats
Tombs tone g Marbl Mantles In
great arietp Iron Mantles and Grates
Plaster Ornaments > C enter Pieces eta
South SId of South Temple Street a Htfle
East of Eag a Gate jel
t MDILOYPMIL I
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Proprietors
SJ V4T LAKE
UVERY AND SALE STAB8ES r
And Omni bns Line
21 to 34 SECOND SOUTH STREET
AU Orders left at Rotel
j jaPromptly Attended
LESLIES MONTHLIES when
I bound make a neat little volume
Ue HERAiDBindery does work in
eyety style and at reasonable rates
I
LATEST rl LGRUl 1
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HOPEFUJL I BLIyiFUL
Away from the Breakers and
Aflont Again
h The President Will Gel
Well
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Everything Goes Ntciry
Thats What the Folk at the
White House Say
GUITTEAUS DEFENSE
Washington 27Some who have
a strong conviction that the death of
the President is inevitable go 50 far
as to discuss the political aspects of
the case Among other themes that
have come to be considered in con
nection with the Presidents case is
the probable nature of Gnitteaus
defense The bad results of the in
considerate criticism of the Presi
dents attending physicians is shown I
in the mere suggestion which has
been heard dozens of times during
the past day or two that the assas
sin would raise the plea of death by
malpractice
ins MOTHER
Cleveland 27 Piesident Gar
fields aged mother is stopping with
a neice in Hiram four miles from
Garrettsville She receives mes
sages from Washington and spends
much of the time it the front door
of the house anxiously watching for i
the messenger who brings her the i
dispatches She is boweJ down with
grief sleepsujiut little and that in
shot naps md is much agitated by
fear for the worst yet tenaciously
clings to hope
SIRS OARFIKLD FUND
New York 27The Tribune The
I fund for Mrs Garfield now amounts
to 15070703 and the promoters of
the movement seem to be confident
that it can readily be increased to
6230000 if the President should not
recover Certificates for Sl2 > 000 in
government bonds worth 14528123
already have ben placed in the
hands of Mrs Gartield
MORE QUEENLY SYMPATHY
Washington 27The following
correspondence by cable is furnished
from the state department
Blaine Secretary Washington
I hare just received from Her
Majesty the Queen at Balmoral a
telegram in these words i am most
deeply grieved at the sad news of
the last few days and would wish
my deep sympathy to be conveyed to
Mrs Garfield
Signed LOWELL
DEPT OF STATE WASHINGTON
Lowell Minister London
I have submitted to Mrs Garfield
your telegram conveying the kindly
message from Her Majesty the
Queen Mrs Garfield is constantly
by her husbands bedside and does
not give up all hope of his recovery
Her request is that you will return
to the Queen her inost sincere thanks
and express her heartfelt apprecia
tion of the constant interest and
tender sympathy shown by Her
Majesty towards the President and
his family in their deep grief and
most painful suspense r
Signed ELAINE
THE PELLET PEOPLE
Cleveland Ohi 27 The princi
pal homoeopathic physicians here
tonight sent a joint dispatch to S
A Boynton Executive Mansion
Washington reading In view of
the unfavorable progress of Presi
dent Garfields case and of the deep
interest we take in it we suggest
that you use your best efforts to
procure a consultation with homoeo
pathic physicians and surgeons
IF
New York 27 If the President
dies and the body is brought here
the pqstoflice will be closed for the
first time in its history and all bus
iness be suspended while the re
mains lie here
JAY GOULD
The Tribune Jay Gould today
expressed great sorrow at the prospect
pect of the Presidents death but
spoke highly of Arthur and thought
there would be no shock to the busi
ness of the country
SUNDAYS RECORD
Washington 29 Executive Man
sion 1230 pmAt the morning
dressing of the President several
yellowish points were observed just
below the ear just over the swol
len parotid and an incision being
made about a teaspoonful of healthy
looking pus escaped There was
also some discharge of pus through
the two openings into the ear and
the incision mentioned in the pre
vious bulletins The wound looks
rather less indolent than it has been
doing for several days past Since
the morning bulletin there has been
some rise of temperature but little
increase ia frequency of the pulse
and in other respects no material
change has occurred Pulse 104
temperature 905 respiration IS
Signed So D W BLISS
r i J K BARNES
J J WOODWARD
f
i ROBTREYBVRN
t i k5OBT
r i Ui H HAMILTON
D H AGNEW
lAS BEST SUNDAY
Chicago 2SIt is remarked < as a
singular fact that this is the first
Sunday since the President was shot
that he has not btfen worse and the
conclusion is reached by a somewhat
illogical process of reasoning that
the day marks an era of recovery as
against the preceding era of de
cline
SWAIN AND ROCKWELL
From Washington specials Maj
Swain who watched the President
all yesterday afternoon coming out
once or twice each time insisted in
a most vigorous way thatthe Presi
dent was better than he was yester
day that his color was better and
his expression and manner indicated
real improvement Rockwell in
sisted upon the same thing and
these two gentlemen have been con
stantly with the President during
his sickness The doctorshowever
were against them Heyburn who
came out at 3 oclock said there was
nq change Indeed the doctors
without exception could find noth
ing to give encouragement the
unprofessional opinions of Judge
Swain and Colonel Rockwell had but
little effect in buoying up anyone
It was said outside that the
fact that the President was feeling
a little better was owing tp the
stimulants given him He is now
it was said being practically kept
up by stimulants and when reason
comes he will pass into an uncon
scious condition and from that into
death This was the opinion
of eminent surgeons in charge
In case the President should soon
pass into the unconscious condition l
which precedesdeath how long he
might hold qn after he l had passed
into that stage was something no
body ould say but when once he
had passed into a comatose > state
there would be no possible hope of
rallying To use the expression of
an official who has been inside of
the White House last evening that
edifice appeared to be a sort of
fools paradise There could hardly
have been more joy if the President
had recovered than over certain al
leged arorabl sy in ptoms Swain
teJ graphed his wife in Otis that
the light of hope was broken
which by tomorrow may burst
into sunshine
Washington 28 Secretary Blaine
at 2 oclock this afternoon sent the
folio wing cablegram
Lowell Minister London
The favorable indications in the
Presidents case hare continued
since the dispatch of last night
His respiration has grown better
and at this hour 2 pm is nearly
normal The condition of the
swollen parotid has visibly im
proved A slight increase of fever
is observable but was not unex
pected His mind continues clear
The possibilities of recovery in the
judgment of his surgeons have in
creased and are increasing
Signed BLAIXE Sec j
JAMES TOY
New York 25Tile following
was just received
EXECUTIVE MANSION
H G Pearson Postmaster New
York
Our hopes are rteyivin Favor
able conditions coiitinue At2 pm
nothing discouraging has occurred
Signed Wx H HUNT
Secretary of the Navy
THOMAS L JAMES
PostmasterGeneral
PUAYElt AND ANXIETY
Cleveland Ohio 28 Bulletins
from Washington were read from
the pulpits today and special pray
ers for the recovery of the President
offered in churches of all denomi
nations throughout northern Ohio
Extra editions of newspapers were
published here and bulletins posted
in conspicuous places the announce
ments of which were eagerly scan
ned by anxious crowds A more
hopeful feeling prevails
IMPROVEMENT MAINTAINED
Washington 2SThe improve
ment in the Presidents condition
has been maintained during the day
and tonight hope is stronger than
when the nobn bulletin was issued
The probabilities of death it is be
lieved are gradually lessening
Avery confident feeling has taken
the place of the despondency which
was apparent at the White House
last night Hope has again a strong
hold The effect of todays good
tidings was everywhere noticeable
in the better feeling that prevailed
The gloom has been lifted from the
city The President has rested
quietly and there has been nothing
to disturb him He has perceptibly
improved during the day though
it was not a marked improvement
until it could be said at 5 oclock
that the President was better than
he was at noon He has talked but
very little but that was because
they would not let him talk His
pulse has remained pretty steady
and retained its improved
tone and character There has
not been any marked fever
The beats of the pulse
were from 100 to 10S per minute
His general appearance has im
proved and his skin is soft and t
At 5 oclock General Swain sent a
dispatch that the President was bet
ter than he had been for a week past
Colonel Rockwell endorsed this dis
patch which was not reserved in
any particular but made the state
ment without any qualifaction He
is holding right up to the mark
s id Colonel Rockwell Colonel
Rockwell continuing said There
is an improvement all round 1
mean to include every symptoie He
is going to get well I believe I re
member at the sametime that the
President is still in a most danger
ous condition It is perceptible very
perceptible that he is improving
At 530 this afternoon Marshal
Henry who came from the private
part of the house reported that the
President was resting quietly The
heavy sleepiness which was an
alarming feature yesterday has dis
appeared
Secretary Windom said at OCO
oclock as he came from the surf
geonsroom that the President i
still better
Generals wain said at S oclock
There is nothing in the least unfav
orable Everything is the other
way although the Presidents pulse
and temperature rose slightly dur
ing the afternoon he continued to do
well and at 5 General Swain tele
grapheda fridnd The improve
ment in the Presidents condition is
Still TusiintaiiiPd Are all hopeful
some confident
o
A FAMILY VISIT i
About the middle of the after
noon the President expressed a de
sire l to see his daughter Mollie and
when she entered the room and came
to his bed he took her hand and
asked about her health She replied
that she was well and inquired how
he himself was He said I am
better Ask your mother if the boys
cannot come in Soon afterward
James came to the bedside and was
greeted by his father affectionately
The Presidents pulse however
rose with Uie excitement and emo
tion of this interview with his
children and it was thought best
not to allow Harry to see him Late
this afternoon Mrs Garfield and her I
daughter Mollie with Mr Rudolph
and C 0 Rockwell of St Louis
went out for a drive Mrs Garfield
looked bright and cheerful lhe
carnage passed through the main
gateway on Pennsylvania avenue
around which a crowd had lingered
all day She responded with a bow
and a smile to the salutations of the
guard and to the greetings of one or
two acquaintances passing in Some
one standing near the gateway tried I
That is Mrs Garfield and by
spontaneous impuls0 almost all thy
men in the crowd took off their nus
and stood with uncovered heads f
while the cniagte passed
All members of thp c hillpt c ill d l
at the Executive Mansion today
many of them repeatedly and there
was rather more than the usual
number of private callers Tilt
facts of all were brighter and more
hopeful and a general feeling
of encouragement seemed to prevail
The evening bulletin was regarded
as fairly satislactory although thu
febrile rise was rather more marked 1
than had been anticipated During
the evening however tne President
rested quietly and his fever by il
oclock had subsided
Dr Boynton at 930 this eve intr
gave the following statement of the
present aspect of the Presidents
case In my opinion all the pa =
tients symptoms tonight show
marked improvement In the first
place his mind which was for a
week more or less affected by the
vitiated and impoverished condition
of his blood is now perfectly clear
and active Up to Friday night or
Saturday morning I do not think his
will power bad for six or seven
days any sustaining influence upon
his body He had no strong will
power Since yesterday morning
however there has been in
this respect if noir ibe change
Not only is he more cheer
ful and hopeful but his will
has recovered its power of sustained
effort and dt is now cooperailcg1
with his vitalenergies in the strug
gle of his whole being for life The
condition of his stomach so far as
ability to tike food is concerned
continues goodand I thihk there is
a further slight improvement in the
process of assimilation and nutri =
tion He swallowed totlay more
than thirty Ounces of liquid nourish
ment consisting chiefly of beef
juice peptiomzed milk and milk
porridge and has had in addition
two nutritive enemata This sup
ply of food is entirely adequate if
properly assimilated
It is regarded this evening that
the Presidents rally has been of
such a character that further re
lapse while among the possibilities
is not probable commencing at 4
dclock yesterday afternoon there
had been up ° to seven oclock to
night twentyseven hours in which
the President was pronounced as
improving The improvement has
nbt diminished in strength nor is it
less marked tonight The sixtieth
day of the Presidents illness is re
garded by maiy as a point that is
most desirables be passed Today
was the fiftyseven since the
wound was iiiilicted Dr Wood
ward said when the wound was
twelve days old that the President
might last twenty or thirty days
and then die however be said JX
the President is alive at the close of
the sixtieth day from the shooting I
the danger will be over and he will
live The sixtieth day will be
Wednesday If S
The White House this afternoon
and evening looked as it did in the
palmy days when it was believed r
that the President was certainly
the broad highway torecovery and
that the desired ending of the sick
ness was but s short time ahead
There was but very few people
around sot counting the three or
four newspaper men and employes
There was nobody in the public
part of the house and but very few
employes were there Early this
evening as the hour for the evening
bulletin approached the gathering i
grew larger but the bulletin
crowd was not to be compared in
numbers to the same gathering
yesterday evening There is con
siderable comment about the
different predictions made yester
day and today by the physicians
attendance There could not be
more different views expressed
than those of the last two
days when the matter is
looked at in the propel
It will be seen that the statements
are entirely conformity with the
progress of the case Yesterday
for instance Dr Bliss said in the
morning and at noon that he did
not see how the President could
live unless an expected change for
the better should be made Again
this morning and later this after
noon he said that he thought the
President would live and that the
rally which had been made
was of sufficient strength con
tinuing to be augmented as it
does to warrant the highest hope
that there will be a recovery Dr
Bliss said to a Western Associated
Press Agent tonight that he had
at one time given the President up
Or pronounced his case hopeless
that it was not his custom togivea
case up while life lasted
I Doctor asked a Western Press
agent is the President better to
night than he was this morning V
He 33 waS the reply He has con
tinued through the day to gain
slowly it is true but in his present
condition that little gain promised
much 0
muchWhat
What is your greatest difficulty
in the case now f The parotid
swelling is the most troublesome
featureof the case now and it has
subsided some tonight It is dis
charging bitter tonight than it has
yer A while ago it discharged a
teaspi o t ul of healthy pus not what
we call iaudable pusbut it was very
goo I pus It is discharging through
the ear and I think by tomorrow
there will be a very sensible dimi
nution in the swe ling
Has the President taken much
nouiishniint todayY Yes he
has takeiuplenty more than on any
day for some time and he showed
relish for it His stomach receivi s
all we give him and digtbts
Xo sign of nausea doctor V Xut
a bi t no more than you or I feel
after enting The Presidents stom
ach is now in good condition and
he will le built up from now on He
19 able to take food enough to im
part strength to his system I re
gard the blood poison as now elimi
nated He is now suffering from
the sequel of the poisoning
but I am satisfied the poisoning
hits been thrown The wound made
II i y the pistol bullet today shows
some signs of ret rning ranulation
for the firs time in three days It
has been entirely idle during this
verj had condition of the blood but
now as he 1 blood ptrifiesVit will
heal
Judge Jere Black had a t long talk
with Dr Agnew this afternoon
about the Pesident and his pros
pects Dr Agnew said the improve
ment which set in yesterday after
noon haJbeen maintained anoUhere I
was HOW substantial ground for
hope for the Presidents final recov
ery He said the tone of the Presi
dents stomach showed remarkable
improvement and his food vwas
evidently assimilating better
than heretofore that if tris
kept up for twenty four or thii tysix
hours longer and he now believed it
would the President would begin to
regain strength the one thing ne =
cessary to pull him tbrough Dr
Agnew spoke of the improvement
as general and said theRresidents I
chances were now favorable 0 say
the least
About 9 oclock Dr BliSs sponged
the President off and hewent to
sleep When the house was = Closed
everything looked favorable and a
good bulletin was confidently expec
ted tomorrow morning
MONDAYS PHOCESS <
Washington 29 Executive Man
sion Sj30k am Thee Presidents
symptoms this morning are as fa
vorable as yesterday at the same
hour He slept awakingat inter
vals the greater part of the night
At these intervals he took and re
tamed the liquid nourishment ad
ministered His mind continues
perfectly clear Pulse 100 temper
ature OS respiration 17
Signed D W BLISS
J 1C BARNES P
1 J J WOODWABD
ROBT REYBURN
D H AGNEW
HAMILTON
Xew York DrvHamilton in
formed a 51imc5 repqrter this morn
ing that lie believecj now the Pi esi
dent will live We haTe every reascn
id hope that the improvement now
noticeable will be maintained He
returns to Washington on Wednes
day
r Washington Executive Ma
sion 11 lmA the morning dress
ing of the Presidents wound the
J Carotid swelling was found to have
ilL 1ihisned sensibly in size since
ytyteiday morning There had been
a plentiful discharge of pus during
the night from three openings
Another yellow spot was discovered
on the side of the face this mornimg
which when pricked permitted the
1 free discharge of pus from another
sx t
pus pocket The wound in the body t +
was fd und to le dong well It silt
continues to discharge freely The j
character of the pus J Mharged ttas
not changed material ince r
ay but is thicker anti healthier
than a few day sisco Whafs
dressing and cleaning the wound
this morning the cleansing catheter t
entered to a depth of fully twelve a
inches Dr Boynton who was sue
the sick room the greater part of lash 6i
night says the President passed
good night sleeping most of the t
time His sleep was more natural
than on any night during the past k
week During intervals of wakeful
ness his mind was perfectly clear
Once about 2 am when awake alit
while taking some nourishment he t f
remarked to Dr Boynton evident r y
referring to his several relapses = i
Doctor I wonder how many more I e
stations I will have to stop at Dr It t i
Boynton says the President looks it J
better and feels better this morning 4 f
The doctors hope is strengthened t li 1
owing to the fact that the Pjesiclent g
has held his own through another
day and night He will feel content l
aud satisfied with continuanc THT
this stationary period for a fexf
days e After teat he hopes the work
of repair and recuperation will com t t
mence At this hour the surgeons
report the condition quite as favor a
ab e as at the morning examination
f
HAMILTON FLAILED
New York 29 From the
Graphic Hamilton arrived this
morning and said t > a reporter I I
think you wil be satisfied t I te1l r
you the President is going to ge rJ
well t h R
wellThere
There is no dl ubt of it jn your j 1
mind doctor None wHatevdr lt I jilir
I have no time now to dwell at t
length on the subject and beg yoe 1 J I 12
will excuse me The w orsthas hiji t I1 F
passed away 1111 1 Ia
Is there any indicaion that an ab i I j
sceas has formed on the President J
lungs and has one been discovered 4 r I
in one of the joisits f his lit l4siE
indicated in the mor1in9tIj Y i t
Neither report is trup lefJl lf eii tHe h t i
doctt r and furtheiim U ere is nt t I j
the slightest indication of ether 1
Washington 2n Executive Man f Hi h
sion 121 pm Kuiro s were aAdit I 1
this morning tilt nto simulation J Ih
had been made of tlD + President 1 i J
lungs and unmtetak bie tvitieoee 1 < ii 1
in the s ape of pub uccumulttioa J
was discovered of tl u s condary or i L
jyiemlc stages of blood poisoning 1 it
At noon Dr lle bun sid SIBCZ M J
the P eaidenls condition became so r
low have txamsned his lungs i
carefully every day and always ft
found them healtH The report Uti
that pus cavities have ftirmtd fchR i 1
is entirely unfouirud Jliere u
no new complications whtittver tfl t k
ft N
the Prtsideiits case l aid no unfavor j 1
able features w hL h ir llt already if l 1 1
known 1I continues to do weft il f
Execut Y It sit n1 CO pmA 4
the morning dresSP g of he Pre i Ir S
dent An additio al plunfejOf sup 4 1 i
pur tion wis is recugnraed1 iIii 1 r
swollen face tilt clh beiag incised i11i
gave exit to sum healthy looking oJ I 14 t
pus Other openi g on the exterior ill Ii y II
of the swelling are likewise die I u i
charging but though less tense th It S
tumtfaction has not ma eriaUjj 1t r
diminished in size Xcithfng new J 15 f
has teen observed in the condition 1 i
of the wound The usual use of i
temperature has not yet occurred J n t
and the general condition is nod Ii 1
materIally changed Pulse lA tern 4 I I
periture CSt respiration IS Wftemo il i
Signed 0 DlLIss 11 4 j
S S JK I
bARNES r I
J J WOODWARD i L
ROBT EETBURX Ii I t
D H AGNEW 1 m n
BLISSFUL
New York 29 The Times Wash rd 1
ington special co ers the following 111 i j
important points In conversation 1
last night AyithsDr Bliss the doctor I t I j
was asked is there any danger df t
other glands being attacked I t
hilve personallygone cirefullv over r
all the surgical records of thenarrs 41
with the View lo tbthateiy lioH i = j
besides which my personal esl erf 0
ence with gunshot wounds has been M t
veiy large and I dont know of avjy i
instinct wIerea second gland fever
became involved thrcuyh tioumattx f h
paroti tis That never ocours excj L I
in cases of distinct pya Lima which j I t
he said with marked emphasis tlK t
Pr esid ent never has i ad hereas S i
been no other swelling even of the i t i L
lymphatic glands so far as I havQ t
been able to < discover TKarf ri I
have been a few eruptions 11
on the back caused by blood 1 l l
poisoning but they were not gland Ii f
ular and they have subsided The 1
bullet has given no trouble and wilfc d I
give none Ultimately < it7willfb J i
removed It has changed its p6si oo t > 11 I
tion since it entered the body ana I i r
has worked its way downward to t
the vicinity of the rectum We t I M
know pretty well where it is I So
not think it is imbedded in any of S I I S
the muscular tissues Of course ifP II
it is removed it will be by opera f J t i
tion but it will not be a severe one t II
PAINFUL JROCEEDINGS h E j
Posts Washing As hope re II I I a
turns more is learned in detail of Jt t
the terrible anxiety of last Fridav i If
It appears that the surgeons after i
learning the symptoms of the mojrnr til h
ing decided that it was useless to t t
longer continue the struggle and If t I
two of their number were selected Il +
to wait upon Mrs Garfield and in n 1
form her that medical science couM t j
do no more and that she must pre
pare for the worst The interview i
which occurred between these sir t I t
Cantinnl m Paye i l i
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