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NO. 51 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO, 11.1
DUNNING, M. I).
, Offir nd RmMmim :
OFFK'E N. W. ror. Hlxlh ., wur Ohio Levi.
HEM DKNCK Corner Walnut awl Ninth trwl.
R. K. WHITLOC K,
' Oftrk No. 1 Commercial Avenue, between
El-hth tttitl Ninth Strrn in. '
jQR. W. C. JOCELYN,
1 ) K NTIST.
OFFICE-Eltfhtli Street, nenr Commercial Avenue,
lFFI"K thin I.evee, liel. Fourth anil Sixth t.
INEGAR & LANSDEN,
A t torne ys-at-La v.
OFFIl E-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
JSrWe are authorlze-d to announce 11. C. LOK
UN M a candidate for Sheriff ef Alexander county,
mliject Ut the decUitm of the people at the election
fn November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
The Only Daily in Southern Illinois.
Caiko. 111.. June 14. IHTS
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Wind. Vel. Weat
lly. Hi' I u.
Maximum Tbi-nnoinwer. 7KS; Minluium Ther
mometer. US : Kulufall.o.49
JAMES M. WATHO'.
Seru't Signal Service, V. S. A.
Win. II. Morris is suffering the toitun-s
("apt. Wm. P. Halliday is sick con
lined to his room. Nothing serious, how
ever. Mr. ttntl Mrs. Pink will celebrate the'
bilver wedding, at their residence, in u few
Mr. Joi n Rupeii, of Fort Scott, Kan.
is in the city, visiting hi" lrother. II. (..
An effort will lie made to rcilvc Ar
eola Loik'e of the Kniirhts of Pvth'tr of
Mr. Sam Wilson, who h leen oiik
for .ometbne. is p'l.'ng Letter. A day or
t-0 W" "lm ri!-rnt g'1'"-
Si e the advertisement of the Maso '
4'Xcurston to Jonesboro nn tiiu is I tit -est.,
and prcioe yoi-rsc" uccori" 'gly.
. v has. Mason, we" known to the old
residents of Cairo, is ' ' the cuy, from Tex
nikana. He is clerking in a hotel there.
Prcpara'.ors are being made for the
Kibbnth School convert on of A'exander
utility, which meets here on the Slid ' sr.
Mayor " fer returned to town yes
Senluy from n hrief brsine-.s ' 'sic to f't
Louis. He left again t' "s mo ling for
Circuit Clerk Reeve wants a hoy. An
office boy. "If at lirst" hut, really, we
have forgot t-n the couplet. In fact, we
have lost faith in it.
Mr. Jo' (i. ITolmeshas returned from
New Jersey, mid will resume displace in
the Illinois Ci nital olllce, He is, we are
glad to learn, improved ' health.
Rev. Dr. Davis, Mr. Glad-icy, mid other
rolori'd religionists, returned yesterday from
i.'hiiiiipnign, where they had lieen attending
n j cat eoloicd Sunday school eonven 'on,
In the game of Imse hall played yes
terday afternoon bo. veen "e Harer'i
Cluhand the As-is iatioii Nine, thu littler
were again defeated by a score of 15 to 9,
The del it compromise committee of
the Tax Payers' Association lielievfl that
ci.y expenses can he materially reduced.
"I ran call spirits ('mm the. vasty dor -liut
will they come;"
Deputy Sheriff Hodges returned yes
terday from h's ,ip through the county.
While gone he made a levy upon some cut
tie tind one hundred m-res of wheat. The
latter will he sold not week. ,
The tussle between Wm. II, Uilbci.
nd John M. Laiisden, Esi,itn till! coupon
cases now being tried in thu c'titft court is
interesting and just u lu.le umusing. Tliey
tight their legal b illies with a ',
The good wmk of pigeon desu'tiction
is progressing in sn eneoiiraging manner.
Yesterday, Mr. Meti alf fitsiladed the court
house llock, and made many of the cis-
lern-iicstroyni'r dims lute th,- dust .o i
Division SiiKiiiileiidi'iit Heck, Assint
nut Divisiou Superintendent Seymour mid
Kngineer Hely, all oH'iecr ml" the llliimis
('entral, were 'i the ei, yeMi-nluy, rest'-i
fnitll H t Hit' of '"Hpee.'nii of almiit tlll
day over this enI of the
Phil. Saup gave Us u specimen of lee
cream, home-made, tis tlnti us the best ('hi
rago ice cream, He furnished the Epihi o.
pill ladies w'Ah tic t mm I lent resin Hint wes
so much enjoyed by the large company nt
the church sociable last Thursday r'ght.
Alexander Lodge of Odd Fo"ows ha
appointed a commi. o to r n. u how
many of the members w'M go to Viena on
Sunday the 23d '"stnnt, if a special train is
run. The fare will ln t for the round
trip, And the public ''1 be in ' d to en
joy the occasion,
President During, of the Reform
Temperance Club, cou.'iues to jeow
temperance grace day ufter day. He will
not fuil. if he shall persist in ihis work, to
soon begin the sprout ig ot temperance
w!-igs and be a temperance p 'gel and with
cold water cherubs stand.
McNulty has a back-scratcher'"n' front
of his store, lie keeps it for the use ot
his loafing friends. Some of them, with
backs smarting, have called this conven
ience a d d wire fence; but they were ev
idently prejudiced. They did not know
how to use it, iMid si Vered iu consequence
of their ignorance.
At the last mee ' g of the school di
rectors, held one day th's week, a number
of teachers were nominated to serve theen
su'ng vear. Among them ate some who
taught the past scholastic year, with a fair
sprinkl' lg of new names. It is thought
that next week the list will be enmplet d,
when it will be published perhaps.
The county lioard proposes to change
the pr c'nc4' of the county, in what way or
for what purpose Vs rot appear. If the
board proposes ti make more precincts,
there may be some merit in the movement;
but if the intention is to change the pre
cinct lines because the lxmrd is anxious not
to 1! idle, we protest. We have a couiuy
map or two, and don't want them mined.
Brother Davis has placed us under re
newed obligations fr the kindly notices iu
yesterday's Sun of the Thursday night so-
ciable. Our blushing bashfulness inter
vened, or we should have had an essay or
. vo on the same subject ourselves. As it
is, we cheerfully yield the palm of enter
prise to our neighbor, appreciate his kind
ness, nnd arc g.-ateiul for it.
Fanny Mead alias Far ny Gilchrist was
yesterday arrested by Officer Hogau. at the
irstance of an old man, who claimed that
she had robbed him of 1 19.00. She asserts,
so it is said, that she turned the money
over fo a woman named Kate Fisher, who
gave" jt to Kate Carton. A disreputable
colored character is supposed to be now in
possession of the money, and the authori
ties are on the look out for him. The wo
man is of the most depraved cha-acter.
Assessor Alden, who has been pursuing
his duties !n the county for ten days past.
returned to town yesterday. He speaks in
glowing terms of the farms of Messrs. Sam
and Tom McClure and P. McRuven. New
aelf-binders are used on nil these farms.
MtTonV Mi't'luro having four of them.
Steam threshing mach'-ies are used on both
the McClure farms, and while this season s
wheat crop will be the largest ever harvest
ed, the quality, while excellent, is not re
garded (plitcjus good as last year's.
Mr. L'negar, in some remarks h the
Shore9Ciise, yesterday, paid a high tribute
to the reverend gentleman. In speaking of
the discipline maintained in the Shores
academy, he compared the v liptestioning
obedience of the pupils to that of Casabl
anca, who, it will be remembered, stood on
the binning deck, whence all but I 'm had
fled. In response to the compliment, Mr.
S. elevated It's eye-brows, lowered them
again, looked straight at Mr. L' ie;ur, and
withered that gentleman w"''i a look of
Some of our energetic Social Science
Association ladies propose to organic a
society in Cairo, auxi'iaiy to the Chicago
society. The parent body, by the lake
shore, is h need of material assistance, and
the Cairo friends of the movement must
act promptly H its behalf. This social
science organization is not, in any sen; e, a
strong-minded female movement; on the
con ary, it lies a foundation of good sense,
and has no tendency that might result in
fll'ing the homes of III'"ois v'th short
Conductor Morgan,""' o'f the Il'inois
Central, who brought down the afternoon
passenger train yesterday, was for awhile
alarmed at an incident ot the trip that had
a '.casing outcome. Between Pulaski and
tlx ntutiun above it n iitun u ua ilisrOvcri'd
lying a.jainst the edges of the ,!es, ami as
the train swept along it was supposed he
had been killed. A stoppage was made
and the trnin backed to the spot where the
victim waslying. lb wasfounddead-drunk,
with four Isittles of varnish by his side and
a number of paint brushes. Ru was an
artist. Mr. Morgan felt so good over the
knowledgo that his train had not l'Mled the
fellow that he caused him to lie lifted into
the baggage car and carried to the next
station, out of harm's way.
The bond case now being t.'ied in the
circuit court are: (I) The Allen case, in
volving the legality of the Fox, Howard &
Co. bonds, issued while Mr. Obcrly was
mayor of lie city ; (,3) the Fisher cuse, in
volving the legally of bonds Issued while
Mr. Wilson was mayor; while Mr. 1'rover
was mayor; and while Mr.' II. Watson
Webb was acting as mayor protein; (.')) the
Everett ease, involving the legitli, of
bonds issued while Mr. J. M. Lnnsden was
mnynr. The city, through Its counsel,
Meters. Orcen & OtlWrt, claims that the
ordinances under which the bonds were is
sued are illegal, The bondholders are rep
resented by Messrs. Liucgur and Luns len.
DAILY CAIIIO BULLETIN:
It was thought that the evidence would 1
finished and argument begun to-day.
It has been the custom with ft number
of boys and a few grow a men to board the
'neom' tg trains of the Illinois Central at
and above the stone depot, and ride, down
town, crowding the platforms nnd mak'ng
it vexatious and troublesome to the train
officials, employes and passengers. It had
grown to the proportions of a nuisance,
and it was determined to suppress it. Day
before yesterday officers Olmstead, Axley,
Cain aud Wilson, boarded the down tra'-i
at the junctiot , and captured seven of them
who were arraigned before Justice Bird and
fined one dollar and costs each. The offi
cers repeated their tactics yesterday, but
the proceedings of the day before had
borne its fruit, aud there were no trespass
ers. Mr. Shores yesterday achieved an ex
traord'uary triunn'i at.d confounded his
accusers. He was charged w ith assault' lg
Mast :r Charley Hill, sou of Mr. Hiram
Hill, and the court room was crowded I join
noon v itil dusk by spectators who t'k a
I, eat 'merest in the proceed iters. Mr.
Liuegar appeared for Mr. Hill, Mr. McGee
for the. city, and Mesrs.Mu'ikey and Leek
for the defendant. It was charged by the
prosecution and sustained by evidence that
Mr. Shores had s. uek the boy several
times, w hile the defense showed that young
Hill, with other boys had disturbed the
school by throwing apple-cores, clods of
dirt, etc.. at the building. The trial of the
case covered six hours, and embraced some
very important points affecting the chastise
ment of children and the prerogative: of
the parent. Mr. Linegar made a good speech,
full of telling hits and forcible argumci.t.
Justice Comings discharged the defendant.
During the progress of the Shorestri.il
yesterday, it was seated upon the authori.
of a pupil of the distinguished diiine thst
Thou sha'.t not be rude" was one of the
Ten Commandments. The statement did
rot create even a smile in that large assen
bla;e, and the leading counsel for the pits
edition looked as w ise as an owl, while an
expression of doubt scmed to pass over lis
countenance, but he refused to comuit
himself ou the subject. The other law.-rs
accepted it as as a fact, and looked as cim
placent as Sunday -school teachers. In a
subsequent discussion of the matter, cut
side of the court-room, the gen.lemaa vho
occasionally illumines TnE Bru.mx
with his presence, when not at Springti ld,
inspecting a railroad, or dedicating i gnve
yard, spoke of it as the "Twelve" Command?
ments. Such inexcusable iixjoramv on the
most vita! of ail subjects, in una of wli.m
better things are to be expected, is euoigh
to mortify a saint, and our sensibi.ities re
ceived a shock which tiim alon; cn leal.
The ignorance of a-1 lawyers and me
editors is leyond belief.
Alexander Wilsou who was on tria'.r:
ceutly at ElizabethUiwn, HanPn county J'or
the murder of James Vineyard on the Ith
of April, 177, was conv,"ctd muf sentci??d
to one year's imprisonment. It is tie; Vse
already mentioned iu The Bi'M.eti.n white
in four hundred and sixty-nine persons
were examined lie fore a juiy could be ill
tained. and when it is known that therenre
only between eight hundred and nine lun
drcd voters altogether in the county, smie
idea can be formed of the interest which he
case excited. Almost everybody in Jie
county was famiiiar with the facts, as fie
killing occurred within fifty yards of Hie
courthouse at Eli.abethtown, elurng coj-t
term, ami while a murder trial was "n
progress, Wilson, it seems, was coui.ti'.'
Vineyard's sister, and Vineyard wis vio
lently opposed to it. At the house ot lib
father, on fine occasion, nnd in the prc
enceof his sister. Vineyard attacked Wih
son and adinini-tered a beut'ng to bin;.
Subsequently Wilson attacked Vim
yard with a club und brol'e
his jaw. After this aga'', aid
five ilaysjbefore the hiinocide, Vim-yard
cnme upon Wilson, the latter leading lis
horse, and walk ig by the side of Vine
yard's sister. This meeting resulted fn
Wilson being run off by V'ueyarc'. Fife
days aft.-rward both met in El' labethtowi,
with the r: suit stated above. There wen
twenty eye witnesies to the homciidc, and
of course the t .-stiinony among the wit
nesses was of a conflicting nature, the
trial lasted fifteen days and was warmly
contested by the counsel on both sides.
Judge Green, ot this city, was lead'tg
counsel for the procecution, ha 'ng been
retained by the father of young Vineyard.
Thkhk is danger to- children in every
niedirnc which conta'ns opium in any firm
and we therefore cheerfully recommend Dr.
Hull's Baby Syrup, which is warranted not
to contain opium or anything injurious.
I wii.i, soil on easy terms my farm sit
uated in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
good improvements, in all respects; situated
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
lor Information, apply to John llogan.
To tiik Pr in. ic.-The undersigned wishes
to inform the public that he 1ms (after be
!ng troubled and having suffered with
symptoms of Epilepsy and Fits for 8 or I)
years) recovered entirely from his great
burden which caused him to suffer 'very
I'uuch while under such state of 111 health;
and furthermore wishes to say, that he will
at any time render such nntisUmee to any
fine, and give any information as required
' rcgurd to his recoveiy from the horrible
burden, with )..vut ple.istire, and also let
know in what manner he recovered from
same, Itep-ctfuHy. Al.DKltr Uhimu.k.
THE REFORM CLUB.
HE V. ,f. n. FEIUH'SON, AIUHIK. SKS A I.AUUK
MKKTFM" UOl'TINE 111SINESS OK THE
The Dev. Mr. Ferguson's reputullon us n
temperance orator preceded him, and the
positive announcement that he woald speak
at the rooms of the club but night drew out
a large crowd, among otheu many who are
not ' i the habit of attending the Friday
night meetings. Tl 's was a marked com
p'inimt to the spcake, aud he was evident
ly well pleased with his reception und v'th
the efforts of the officials and other promi
nent members of the club to make his visit
an agreeable und pleasant one.
When our reporter entered, the luid'cm e
were s'nging w'th much sp' it a hymn from
the club slip, v )der the d;rcclion of Mr.
W. F. McKcc, with Miss Einniii James tit
On tiie plaiform were sealed I esident
Dt"-liivj. Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Ih-v. Mi.
Monisou, Vice-Piesidents Baiclay rid
Wri dit, and Secretary HawKns.
President Dunning called ihe mee.' g to
order, stating that the first 'iit' ;n ordei
w ould be i-Xeciulve bus'ness of the club.
Secretary Hawkins ,;en read a
report of the finance committee on certain
accounts, favoring their allowance. The re
port was adopted.
Hymn Xo. 10 of the club slip was then
given; aud it is due to those who led in the
musical exercises to say that last even
ing they were exceptionally good. 1 he au
dience were readily injected v'th the
spirit which inspired the leaders, and the
result was music well worth listen1 'g to.
This was followed by prayer by Rev.
President Dunning then arose and said the
aud'enee might be greatly surprised to find
it ' i his power to fu'ti'! promise made
by the c'ub 't its announcements of speak
ers; and after a happy allusion to the say
ing of a cynical philosoper that life is made
up of disappointments, he introduced Mr.
Mr. Ferguson is a fine looking old gen
tleman, inel-'ned to corpulency, above the
medium height, florid comple: 'on, w 'de
awake expression, attired in gray jeans
pants, frock a'.pacha coat, rnpolished,
heavy lsn-its giving one the impression of
a well-to-do farmer rather than a brother
of the cloth. He entered at once into bis
subject, and stepped from the plat
form to the r1'vr below, that he might
be, as he said, in closer rapport
with his he-are'S. A.Vr delivering an elo
quent aposfophe to music, he proceeded to
show the condition casting between tem
perance and reli 'ion. Indeed this was the
main theme of his discour e. He hok the
broad ground that Christianity embraced
all the good of the wo Id, and from this
text preached a sermon. The ground cov
ered by the speaker's remarks w as familiar,
but none the less good for that. What In
had to say was said forcibly and with the ease
of a practiced t.'.lkcr. A couple of good
anecdotes, well told, created great merri
... i , . i i , ,
merit, anu at tin conclusion oi ins ii'ioress j
he was greeted w'th rounds of uj'ilaiise.
"Hold tin,' Fort" was then given with a
will, and at if conclusion President Dun
ning announced that it had been suggested
by the ex cutive committee to ,..,! a in.-cs
s'M-iable at he c'ub roor.n on Tuesday
night next, and the suggestion being con
verted into a motion, it wa.i i'.iloj.;.-i by the
It was also announced 1 1 j 1 1 Brother Fly,
of Kentucky, wm nddicss the club on
Fiiday night nt.
Calls were made tr Col. Woo ' and Mr.
obi-rly. Mention of the latter gentleman's
name had an effect on sonic members of the
club siin'lar to that produced by display
ing a red rag before a mad bull, and the
meeting was hum 'ately declared ad-jotirin-d.
IIioii living cannot be !ndulgcd 't with
out disagreeable coliseqaences. If you feel
that your blood is out of order use Dr.
Bull's Blood Mixture.
(Ji.'kky. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Iiro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
Window Siiikkns, Wire Cloth, Door
Springs. Bird Cages, Hanging Baskets,
Flower Stands and Trainers, at A, Hallcys.
Tiik German Lutheran School, on Thir
teenth street, taught by Rev. Mr. Durschner,
will In- open during the Summer months,
to give children who intend the public
schools an opportunity to learn the Oer
Foil Rknt The business rooms now oc
cupied by Henry Frohma. as a bakery,
corner of 14th street and Washington uve
nue. For particulars apply to Henry
Foil Sai.k. I have two Jots, numbered
9 and 10, on Tw-enlii-th s eet, one lot from
the corner of Washington avenue, lying be
Bide Mr. .1. B. Reed's residence lot', which
I want to sell, nn,! w ill give to parties want
ing to buy the easiest and best terms, I
can he found for a few days at .1, 11. Reed's
ir"" store. n, yi Mans
Tiik New York Concert Troupe wi'!
make its last appearance at Selicrl' ball
on Sunday even'ng, June Ulth, An entire
new programme will be presenttM.
I.KTTIE COLEMAN'S L.U'NMiy.
Mrs. Lettio Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between H'nsh
Ington and Commercial uvciiues. and takes
ihin method of Informing her , yww
nnd patrons that she is again ut their ser
vices, and solicits their patroim., she
has reduced prices to suit thu tlinAs.
JUNE 15, 187S
milE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
PJIICES BEDUCED TO ,$3 PEU DAY.
Above Parlor Floor, exci-ptlnj,' Front Roomi and Hoorai with Bath.
IiOOMS WITHOUT HOARD, 81 TO 82 PEU DAY.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
jjJUItEKA ! EUREKA-! !
A Substitute for life Insurance Companies.
Widows' axd Orphans' Mutial Aid Society
Organized July 4. I-". unJ.-r the-lai of the State of Illinois. ('ojiyrVl.tecl July !. Is- unj.-r act of
emigre.. ' '
N. B. TIIISTLEWood. Pkkmdknt.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Vk k Puksiulm. J. A. GoLDSTI.VE. Tkuksi rek.
DR. J. J. GORDON. Miok al Amisi.K. THoM.y LEWIS, Skcuktaky.
ROARD OF MANAGERS,
ii us. r. a. tayiajk,
N. U. TIUSTl.EWiMjI),
VISS KATE 1.. TfiC I'M.
.i. j. (ior.iJON,
J. A. Olil.0sTl.NE,
MKS. S. A. AVIiKS.
tiTYiit partlfu!ar'P'tt'f at the i-flUe. mruer S.
IjUY (ioops, ETC.
Tlie liugest wliolesale Hiiil retail Dry
Goods ami Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily und are
ottering great bargains in tlieniost hand
some lines ofCAIlI'I-lTS, OIL ('LOTUS
mid MATTINGS; Silks. Cashmeres, Lon
rettes. and a great many other new
stiles of Pi-ess Goods. Funs, life; ill
fact iii every department of their busi
ness, tliey cordially invite the public
call and see their stock.
PROPRIETOR OF SI'ROAT'S PATENT
Wliolfsalo IV.'iNt iti Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD ORTON. WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads si Specialty.
o F i i-: :
ror. Twelfth Stroct and Ia'Vcp,
CK: ICK! ICK!
Jacoij K lek,
U now I'reiuri il
To Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
Orrn i asd fen Iloeit at tiim ('itt IIiikwiit.
I c(! ! 1 en ! J co !
yOCt'M A: SKllIUAN,
I'ullNKIt KlUIITII STIIUKT, CAIIIO, ILMXUIH.
ICK! ICK! JCK! ICK! ICK!
N ) T S N () W !
Al thu 1'nrlii r nl' Kliflit "treel Hiiillililn l.i-vee, we
are linn iihnri'il In till unler Tnr iiiiii' l.nke lee nl
I'fn.oiinlile n lei- uimI in iiiiiiiiiIi'k nl' Until leli
iiiiiiiI in i-.ip I, .i ni. it ,, it m yiciriintee Iii eurry
"ur eiMi ll.riiiili Ihe ren.iin. I.euM' orders nt
tilt.' ulj 'Intnl.
VIM 'I'M & SKItlllAN.
mi:s. t. c. koud,
S. I. AYIUX
vntb mreet am! C.inmi-nial aveune. Winteri, t,;iKl!.
WH'EIIS AM) I OMMISIOX MEK( HANTS.
WlIOLKSA LEG KOCKIiS
- A Ml-
i; OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN I'OWDKKCOMP'V
W. Mii.,rr..v. ( ir... T. ISinii. Jli-ouri.
I ALKIDAV IJIioTHKUS,
GRAIN. FLOI'Ji AND HAY.
1 ' i- ij.ri-t ii--
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Fiinuei's' Tobacco Warehouse
Geiicial Cotumissinn Merchants,
Nni. li' mill IT I 'I'liire'T I ('vit'i, Itls;
rial Wine-. t 1 u" 1
IIIIKJIAt, Ailviiiii-emi-iit tnmle on ('nil"iitiu-ntB
4 nl inline! ii. Klniiriuiil ('f iln.
C O A Ij .
Onlers lor Coal hytlic nir-lom1,touor
In liiigshciuls for shipment promptly in
tended to. To large coiisumcrs and nil
iniuiufactiircrs we nre prepurcd to sup
ply any iiianllt,v,hy flic month or year,
ut uniform rates.
CAIIIO CITY COAL CO.
Ilotlli i' nn wtmrPioiit. I'ikiI nf Klth Ktrwl ! nffli-e nf
IIiiIIIiIhT llrnlliei", ;).- e SI. I hnrli" lintel;
Ktrvpllilll Mllln. Te,Melll"treell'li!ll 11 llllllip, Innt
nf Thlrty-el lrnt nt1lilri er l'i.l el!le ilrnw.ir IW.