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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN
VOL 3 NO 158
Analysis by Dr A Voclckcr P K s Con
nultlng Chemist Koyal Agricultural Socloty
England allows only a traco ol nitrates In
lilackwells Bull Durham Tobacco The soil
or tbo Golden Dclt or North Carolina In which
this tobacco Is grown dont supply nitrates to
tho leaf That is tho secret of lta delicious
mildness Nothing so pure and luxurious lor
Braoklng Dont forget tho brand None gen
uine without tho trade marl of the Dull All
dealers havo It
When feline concerts
drive away eleepyour
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BUQGiES CARRIAGES
Spring Wnnons ami JiinnicHH
Repository No 18 Sutton strppt Maysvillo
Ky Headquarters lor DH J ACKaOJS H time
tried nud rellnblo
Horse Medicines
DK JACKSONS BLACK OIL cures manse
cracked lice warts ureasy heel prlckol foot
quitter Mind cracks eoins etc Pi iro 60 cents
DH J VOKSONS BLISTERING OINT
MENT is an excellent remedy for enlarge
roeuto spavin rins bone capped hock curl
t pllnt cramp or strain of the whirl bone
Price 50 cents
DR JACKSONS WHITE OIL cures luufc
fever inllamitlon of the kidneys and rheu
ma tlsm In man or horse Prlco 60 cents
DH JACKSONS FOOT OIL Is un ellectlvi
remedv lor chafes sores or quarter crack In
horses feet and mange and lice In cattle and
hores Price CO cents
ea8ent to any address on receipt or
octlSdly THCWA8IAKH0r
rp J OVKIiEY
Sanitary Plumber
GAS 1 STEAM FITTER
Curleys new system of House Drainage and
Ventilation Bath rooms lltted up with hot
and cold water a specialty Also a large
supply of
Iron Mead and Stone Pipe
Globe Angle and Check Valves water and
Steam Gauges Force and Lift Pumps Rub
ber Hqso Chiuidellcrs Brncketn and Globes
Personal attention given to all work and sat
lsfactlon guaranteed TJCUKLKY
Second street above Mnrket opposite Omar
Dodsons Maysvllle Ky flCdly
Medicated Weil Water
A Spt rifle for DYSPEPSIA and
DISEASES or the KIDNEYS
been used with most gratifying suc
cess In many obstinate cases Prof F
W Clurk professor of Chemistry at the uni
versity of Cincinnati say s this water belongs
to tho same class wlIU that of tho Alleghany
Springs ot Virginia the medicinal virtues
of which are too well known to be stated here
Those who desire to try this famous water
are referred to Captain C W Boyd Levanna
Ohio Captain O M Hollowny Cincinnati
Ohio J J llalpe Cincinnati Ohio For sale
In half barrels nnd mes by
UU3 SIMMONS Proprietor
m23dAwtf Aberdeen Ohio
nilAKLKS W XUBOU
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Having had many years experience in every
branch of his business and having built some
of the best buildings in Kentucky and Ten
nesseobotli public and private unnonnces to
the citizens of Maysvillo aud surrounding
country that Is now permanently locnted In
Maysvillo and solicits tho patronage of all de
siring work done In tills line Stair building
of every character a specialty Satisfaction
guaranteed Orders by mail promptly attend
ed to City residence Ebersolos point Fifth
Ward MuysvllleKy ml0d3iuo
M
OMK DAVLTON A IIHU
GOOD INTENT
Livery and Sale Stable
A full line of all kinds ot vehicles on hand
forsale hire or exchange Horses kopt by
day week or mouth Largest and best un
pointed Livery Stable in the west Prices as
Towns any Best atteutlon to vohlcles stored
Telephone connection No 40 and 4 west
Second St apHdly MAYBVILLE KY
We hnvo lu stock full lines of
White Goods and Dress Goods
Hamburg Hosiery Gloves Jerseys nnd all
snkninilild Htnnla mid fnncv Drv Goods at
bottom prices Bleach Brown nnd Tobacco
Cottons a specialty
TTEKIHWEIl A CO
MauuiaciururN 01 aim ueuiurn m
Stoves Mantels Grates
Tinware Stoneware Woodenwnre c Tin
Koorlug Guttering Spouting nnd Stove Re
pairs a specialty No 39 Market Street Tu
dors old stand Maysvllle Ky myldly
miioiHAN iiiiMX
Dealer In
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
Third street east of Limestone Powells old
stand Maysvllle Ky Highest mnrket prlc
paid tor nil kinds ot Country produce Best
of Grocerlesat bottom prices Call on Un
cle Tom whether you want auythlug or
not febldUm
McCAHTHEY Licensed auctioneer
TJ for Masou und udjolulug counties Or
ders loft nt tlio Bulletin ofllce will receive
prompt attention X O address Mt Carrael
MAYSVILLE KY FRIDAY MAY 30 1884
A MID AIR SUSPENSION
Wesley Johnson Dropped Through a
Trap for Double Murder
Saying as Ho Went Tlint He Would
be In Heaven by NightHistory
ol IHh Cold ltloodod
Double Ifluriler
Napolko O May SO Wesley Johnson
was hanged hero to day for tho murder ot
Mr und Mrs Williams
Tho morning opened beautiful and bright
with n large crowd In the streets early
Johnson retired at 10 oclock nnd slept
soundly until 530 when ho arose and
prayed Before retiring ho talked with the
guards and said he would go on tho scaf
fold biavely and believed ho would bo as
happy there as where he now was Ho ex
pected to bo
in the oritnn world to night
Enjoying himself with song and music
Tho jail was guarded till night by the sold
iers of Company F People camo from all
directions nnd in all modes of conveyances
but were quite orderly Rev Brako John
sons spiritual adviser called n fow min
utes after the doomod man said his prayers
and prayed with him ten minutes Ho nte
a hearty breakfast Tho Sheriff read tho
doath warrant to Johnson at 8 oclock
Johnson said tho sentence was just Tho
rope was then adjusted and everything was
pronounced in readiness at I oclock whon
tho e with tickets wero admitted 1 ho
gnlkv was erected in the jail yard aud
no spectators were admitted
THE DUOP FELL PHUCISELY AT TEN
Johnson walked on tno scaffold with a
firm step but a nervous twitching of the
lips and eyes Sheriff Allor asked him if
ho had any request to make Ho said ho
wanted his collar nnd necktie removed
which was demo Ho then addressed the
crowd saying he hoped to meet them ull
in a world whore there was no sorrow Ho
thanked the Sheriff for his kindness shook
hands said good bye and was swung into
eternity In ten minutes lie was dead Ha
was then exhibited to a crowd of 5000 on
the outside
1HK STOHY OF HIS CRIME
Is as follows The afternoon of October
J5 Adam Crew went to the residence of
George Williams Everything was closed
up Ho went to the barn and there I on ml
Mr Williams body just inside of the barn
He was considerably ularmod aud did not
Co to tho house but ran and arousod tho
people of the ueighbqrhood who upon en
tering the house were confronted by a ter
rible spectacle
In the bedroom near the bed lay the
lifeless form of Mrs Williams A two
months old babe was in bed uninjured but
almost famished It had probably boon
there for forty hours unattended Ap
pearances indicate that the deed had boon
done about bed time Tuesday evening
Mrs Williams was preparing for bed and
was probably stooping over the babe at
tending to its wants when the murderous
blow was struck
CLEAVING HKIt SKULL
Mr Willhams was in his shirt sleeves
and had probably been attracted to thu
barn by a noise and must have been struck
on the back of tho head with an ax just
utter entering the barn door evidenced by
a large cut on the back of thu head After
he had fallen the murderer cut his throat
from ear to ear almost serving the head
from tho body The weapon used was
Williams ax which was found hid in a
straw stack
Wesley Johnson a young man who bxd
been working for an uncle of the murdered
man was arrested Tuesday night John
sou did not get home until 11 oclock
Wednesday it was noted he acted a little
queerly and nt noou ha notitied his em
plover he was going to quit and was going
to Toledo from Wauseon At Wauseou
ho was seen to enter tho water closet aud
soou after a watch was found in there and
later a pocket book was fished up out of
vault both of which wero identified as the
property of Mr Williams
Johnsons trial began on Februnry A
181 He was tried for the murder of Mrs
Williams The evidence was circumstan
tial He had more money when arrested
than he could account for Blood on his
boots told part of tho story and u breast
pin belonging to Mis Williams was found
in his pocket He was defended by Martin
Krupp and W II Hubbard Prosecutor
Cahill was ussisted by Judge Haag Judge
Moore presidod Johnson was found guilty
and sentenced to deuth He was hanged
on Thursduy because to morrow is Decor
ation Day
Johnson was twenty four and one of a
family of fourteen children ten boys and
four girls His father was a tanner mid
died two years ago One brother is a blind
inmate of tho button Comity Inllrmary
Another is a local preacher at Delta Wes
ley although having a lellgious name was
known as a tuiof from thu time ho was old
enough to steal
TUB MUHltEHED qOUlLK
George nnd Isabella Williams were mar
ried in August Km aud went to house
keeping on a farm belonging to an uncle of
eorge This farm is situated in Henry
County but divided from Fulton only by a
road T hoy were poor had one child anil
lived scuntily in order to make a good start
in life George was twenty two years of
ago and his wife about a year youngor
The Williams family are nuinorous in
that part of Fulton and Honry Counties
and the older members are all well to do
farmers Tho baby who is the solo sur
vivor of tho peaceful littlo homo circle is
manifesting a determined disposition to
live despite three days of ngouiziug priva
tion In harmony with other all airs of tho
sumo sort there was a womuu in it John
sou was as ho claimed at times tho hus
Land any how tho lover of Lou Myers u
woman of twenty six who lives at Delta
Bho wrote a letter to Johnson before his
crime saying that another fellow had of
fered her money to go with hm to Chi
cago
It was this letter which probably in
duced Johnson to kill and rob that ho
might keep her to hitnsolf and away from
such a wicked city as Chicago Since tho
crime she has been sharp enough to Keep
irom nun cue was nis mistress no doubt
nnd whilo her reputation is not counted
the best she is nw living quietly at homo
Several of Johnsons brothers attended his
execution Johnson had been converted
during his confinement and died in the
usual style with a hopo that ho might go
to heaven His body will bo buried in
Aon Comotory nenr Dolta and his
proacher brother will preach tho sermon
Inyno Will Accept
Cleveland May SO Mr Payne has
failed to express himself as to his candi
dacy and has refused to talk with report
ers This evening n correspondent talked
with Honry Payne Mcintosh Pnynos Pri
vate Secretary and law partner Mr Mc
intosh said
Neither Mr Payno nor his sons nro
working for tho nomination Mr Danas
kind editorial in the New York Sun is ow
ing to personal friendship It is my opin
ion that Tilden will be the nominee In
case he is not thero may be a stampodo to
Payne or some other man
Would Senator Payne rofuso tho nomi
nation
Mr Payne has not said to me I would
accept but in a different form of spcecli
ho has expressed his willingness to accept
At least ho would not declino
How about the ticket Tilden and
Payno
The talk about Mr Payne for Vico
President is perfect nonsonso Ho would
not accept socond place under any circum
stances Ho bald not long ago that he
would profor to bo elected Justice of tho
Peace than Vico President
Alliance
Chicago May uO Tho air is full of po
litical rumors to night Mr Blaino is
reported to have spent tevoral hours at the
rooms of Gen Logan yesterday and later
in tho day ho and Senator Allison wore in
close communication tho call in each case
being made by Mr Blaine William Wul
ter Phelps of New Jersey said to an Illi
nois Congressman to day that for the first
time since the canvass began ho was mor
ally certain of Blaines nomination AVhen
asked if his confidence had any connection
with the alliance ho
replied evnsivoly and then suddenly be
came non commuuicativo The Blaine men
have strong hopes of capturing the south
ern dologates especially the colored men
The friends of the President who have
all along talkod with great freedom of
thoir candidates prospects havo recontly
changed thoir tactics They are uowas
reticent us they were formerly frank Evi
dently a big deal has boon made in a cer
tain direction or is being attempted witli
lluttering prospects If successful it will
give to the President the entiro delegation
irom u large nurthur State that is now con
ceded as being solid for Blainu it is u
State which has a favorite sou who will
ho ablo to effect this transposition in return
for tho support of Arthurs friends if it
shall be apparent that the President cun
not secure tho required number of vote i to
nominate him
A CONSECRATED HOST
Stolen Vi oiit a Catholic Church and
XMHtributed About tho City
Brooklyn May CO A singular robbery
occurred from the Koinan Catholic Church
of St Charles Borromeo Mass was cele
brated in the church at 1145 a in and it is
thought the thief hid in the building at
that time The cibarium the sacred ves
sel containing the particles of thu conse
crated host was placed in the tabernacle
over tho altar This the thief forced open
and took the vessel threw u handful ot the
contents on the ilojr inside the altar an
other handful was thrown in the vestibule
nnd others on the sidewalks in Sidney
Placo Joralemou and Henry streets some
being thrown ugairbt tho door of Dr
Storrs Church at Honry and Remsun
Fathor Ward found that tho sacrilege had
boon committed and went along the route
of the thief and gathered up what he could
of tho consecrated host which the rain had
partly washed away Tho robbery was
roportod to the police Tho priest ex
presed the belief that the thief was insane
THE CUBAN REVOLUTION
Indications Thut Snulii Una Ilei
Hands Villi Down There
New Orleans May 0 Letters recontly
rocoived Irom Huvana by a well known
Cuban bring encouraging news of the pro
gress of the revolution A new expedition
which left Nassau recently has arrived at
Auevltas on board tho English yacht Lord
Warden Tho now uprising of the people
at Sauta Clara is headed by Verona It
says a great many planters havo loft thd
placo and joined Agvorlo Many planta
tions havo been d stroyud in the neighbor
hood of Mantuuzas Several engagements
havo taken place in Santiago Do Coba be
tweon the Spanish troops and tho revolu
tionists Tho recent uprising at Nipo ha
been progressing vigorously
UlxtiirborN iltho Icuce
Towson Md May IK Considerable ex
citement was created here by a dilllculty
botweeu a lawyer nnd a deputy sherld
There had been ill feeling between W S
Keech and Caleb Cherbonlor Chorbonior
stopped at Reachs oilico aud abused him
but tho men were separated Subsequently
Chorbonior returnod and Justice Horborl
orderod him away He began cursing tho
magistrate whose son camo forward aud
was struck iu the face by Cherbonlor
Young Herbert swore out n warrant and
placed It in Sheriff HUtnus hands Cherbon
lor refused to accompany tho olllcer and a
struggle onsued during which tho warrant
was torn up The doputy drolv his revol
ver but beforo ho could use it Cherbonlor
Hod He subsequently surrendered himself
Wall Street
New Your May SO Selling movomont
continued tho first half hour of businost
to day and prices in most Instances ro
corded a furthor decline of to 2 com
parod with yesterdays close At 10 oclocl
tho bulls began to bid up prices by II
oclock tho declino had rocovored
Another Hunk Closed
PiTTSBuno May 80 Tho Unlou Doposli
Bank of Qreonsburg Pa has iutt closed
RETICENT ALL AH0UND
In Fact Nobody Cares to Talk Su
Those Who Are in Jail
Ward Exonerates President Arthnr
Ilussell Sage Does Not Desire W
bo mixed Up With Grant ic
Wards Affairs
New Yontr May 30 The charges of
Mr Fish against Ueneral Grant and your
solf are very specific said a reporter to
Jesse Grant to night I should think it
was about time some reply was made
That may bo was the answer but
wo meaning probably tho entire Grant
family have all come to the conclusion
that wo will make nd statements for publi
cation This matter can not bo settlod by
tho newspapers and we nro content to
wait feeling suro that in tho end we shall
be porfectly justified
Noithor Mr Warner nor Mr Work would
be seen to day The following statement
of Mr Fish however was sontto Mr War
ner
What did Ward do with nil his money
I can not tell I havo reason to sup
pose that this man Warner got a largo part
of it
Mr Warner nfter reading tho above ex
tract said
I see nothing in that which requires
nny reply I havo nothing to say about
it
Mr C K Garrison was found quite un
woll this evening at his home In reply to
the inquiry How ho came to loan 50000 to
Fred Grant without security he said
I lout It to him as I would lend it to
nny man who I thought was honest and
had tho ability to pay
What representations did Orient make
to you
I would prefer not to stato that The
matter will become tho subject of judicial
investigation in a few days
General Grant said this evoning in re
ply to tho question whether he desired to
make any statements of Jas D Fish
I have nothing at present to say
To day Russell Sage was asked by akro
porter as to transactions with Grant it
Ward
Transactions with Grant Ward I
nover had any transactions with that firm
I do not desire to bo mixed up with them
But you are roported as having ad
vanced sums on government contracts
No sir I never advanced a cent to
them I never got mixed up in those sort
of operations
And you never lost a half million dol
lars through that firm
Not a cent
What are your convictions as to General
Grants connection with Wards methods
Well I believe the General tried to be
square I think he is an honest man
Mr S F Randall when asked where
the original letters between Grant and
Fish were replied that ho was wholly ig
norant He would noither deny or alllrin
whether thero were additional letters iu ex
istence
An expert employed to examine Into the
affairs of Grant Ward said to day that
be doubted if an accurate account of the
business could be secured The books
were in such a wretched shapo that it iraa
next to impossible to form a correct idea
of the assets and liabilities
Ward taid to a reporter to day
I wish you would deny any rumors that
connect tbo President with this business
as I never had any transaction with him
SHOCKING AFFAIR
Slcury Ward Attacked and Killed by
u VicluiiM Ho
Philadelphia May U0 Henry Ward
who lives at Moynmousin and Snydei
avenues has for soma mouths past kept a
large hog In his back yard Tho animal
had the freedom of the yard iu the day
time but at nignt it was kept in a pn
Some days ago the hog developed an ugly
disposition and several times turned upon
its owner while being driven to the pen
aud had to be subdued with a club To
day It became unusually vicious and at
tacked every one who came near it Mr
Ward returned homo at ti p in and under
took to drivo tho hog Into Its pen The
beast trotted sullenly ahead until within a
few feet of tho gate Then It turned and
with a snort charged its owner Mr Ward
tried to beat it otf with a club but the hog
reared on its hind legs and throwing its
weight against tho man bore him to the
earth It then sprang on him with ltd
front hoofs drawn closely together and be
foro tho prostrato mnu could recover bl
footing tho hog had made a ghastly wound
In his abdomen with its teeth Ward was
soon rescued by some neighbors but ho
bled to death beforo medicul assistance ar
rived The hog was killed
Terrorized by Uuudltv
Leaven won in Kas May CO For
some weeks this county has been infested
with a gang of bandits who aro causing
much terror among the farmers Last
Saturday morning the house of H S
Ualkely in Fairmount Township was
robbed of valuables to tho nmount of 500
Sinco thon several horses havo been stolen
Tuesday night members of the bund ontered
tho houso of Giles Henderson iu Enston
Township and robbad a trunk of i500
cash and a quantity of jewelry Two other
houses wero robbod of small amounts A
vigilance committee which was disbanded
two years go is being reorganized iu the
county and tho Sheriffs posse is being in
creased Tho band is supposed to number
ton men as the numbor havo boon seen to
gether soveral times at various points
sruon ana his iTiistresv
Sx Louis May SO Chief of Pollca
Talor of not bpriugs und tho Deputy
United States Marshal of Littlo Hock ar
rived this morning with warrants for tha
arrest of Androw llruon prosWent of the
bustod National Bank of Hot Springs on
tho chnrgo of ombezzlement and Mrs
Steele for aiding him The prisoners wer
talconto Littlo Bock to uight Tho for
malities of a requisition wero waived
PRICE ONE CENT
CONGRESSIONAL
Washington May 30 la the Houso th
Speaker appointed Messrs Slocum Dibble
aud Dingley members of the Commltteo
Conference on tho Shipping Bill Messrs
Dorshhner Tuckor Reagan Collings El
dridge Bingham Cannon and Luird a
committee on arrangements for the cele
bration of the completion of tho Washing
ton monument Messrs Hammond Rogors
Henley Riggs Bayne Wakefield and Mil
lard a select commltteo to investigate tho
charges against William H English sr
On motion of Mr Cox N Y it was or
dered that tho Houso adjournment to day
would be till Monday
Mr Laird from tho Committee on Pub
lic Lands reported tho joint resolution for
bidding tho certification of unearned laud
grants
Mr Broadhead of tho Committee on Ju
diciary reported a bill authorizing the
Secretary of the Troasury to settle ac
counts with certain States and the city of
Baltimoro for expenditures of tho war of
1812
Mr Collins of tho Judiciary Committee
roported a joint resolution proposing an
amendment to tho Constitution declaring
that the right of sulfrago bo not abridged
on account of nationality
The House then went into Commltteo of
the Wholo on tho Legislative Appropria
tion Bill with Mr Cox lu tho Chair
SENATE
Mr Beck presented a memorial of J M
Wright praying for an appropriation of
i000 for Government exhibits at the
Southern Exposition at Louisville Refer
red to tho Committee on Appropriations
The Houso bill appropriating 100000 for
the relief of flood sufferers on the Mississ
ippi river was amonded so as to e xpeud
50000 pf tho balance of the Ohio Relief
Fund Reported and passed
THE GREENBACKERS
In National Convention Oct Into a
Wrangle on the farlll Question
Indianapolis May 30 When tho Con
vention mot at 10 oclock it was still unable
to make any progress Tho Committee on
Platform was iinublo to report in outside
gossip it was that tho committee was hop
lessly divided
Maynard of Michigan tirod of waiting
and moved that the order of biiitnosj u
suspended und that they proceed with tun
nominations Chairman Woavor ruled th
proposition out No business was donu at
this mornings session The time was oi cu
picd by coiuou placo speeches
Shortly after noou tho committer ro
portod that It would not come iu until
oclock owing to points of difference a to
a tariff plank and the phrasology of Aome
other paragraph The wrangle over tu
tariff i3 so bitter that thedolegate proposed
that the commltteo bo releaved of express
ing any opinion on tho question Tho mo
tion was ruled out
1 here is strong talk of a bolt agaiint
Butler but Crandall says his faction will
stand by the gang
MISCEGENATION
A Vouns Girl Infatuated With a
Negro Will pi Her llothcr and
Klopew
EAbTiv Pn May M Paulino Lewis an
attractive Jewess aged IS years became
infatuated recently with a good looking
mulatto named John Goode Her mother
uecame suspicious that tho two were grow
ing intimate and after lecturing her
daughter told her that all relation with
the man must cease Pauline dolled her
nuttier declared she loved tho negro aud
wiieu hor mother who was painfully sur
prised at tho confession again reproved
iur she sprang upon the aged woman aud
Loat lar severely Mrs Lewis went in
search of an olllcer and during her ab
sent o Pauline aud her dusky lover tied to
the woods and remained there over night
leaving Kaston the net day Ollicers have
since been senrching for thoin bt without
success To lny it was learned that tho
couple wero living together as man and
wife in Newark J
Steamer Collide With a Krlduo
Chicago May 30 While being towed
up tho river this morning tho steam barge
William Edwards of Port Huron ran into
Van Huron street bridgo crashing the
western half to fragments A car load of
passengers had a miraculous escape being
within two feet of the section demolished
Captain Mallory of tho Edwards was ar
rested
Cnnidlaii Reciprocity Treaty
Wasiiino ton May M Tho
of tho Houso Committee on Foreign
Affairs has agreed upon a favorable report
to accompany Mayberrys joint resolution
requesting thu Presidodt to negotiate with
England for tho renewal of the Canadian
Reciprocity treaty of 1854 J he report
will be submitted to tho full Committee at
Its next meeting
Time Lost For Nothinsr
Rome N Y May 30 Work was re
sumed In tho finishing department of the
Rome Merchants Iron Mill to day nnd will
begin iu the puddling department to-morrow
Tho mill has boon idio six weeks
owing to a demand of the puddlers for In
creased wages They go to work now on
the old scale
Favoring Chalmers and Wise
Washington May SO In the Missis
sippi contested election case of Chalmers
vs Manning tho House Committee on
Elections to day decided by a vote of niuo
against one to report in favor of Chalmers
In tho Virginia caso of Massey vs Tno
S Wise tho Commltteo decided to report
in favor of Wiso
Indian Kutd
WlNNErEO Man May 30 Maple Creek
advices received to day stato Indians raid
ed that settlement last night killing Paul
Pollock uud stampeding a largo herd of
borsos
I m i
Contract Labor lit Massachusetts
Boston May SO A bill to abolish con
tract system labor in tho Stato Prison wai
defeated Senator Whittior sworo he wai
oflerod 1000 to absent himself when th
vote was takon on tho Water Gas BilL
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