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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAV MOKMNU, ALUUfc'l IS, 187S.
PROFK.sMOXAL CAKIS..!'YSir VXH.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
Office Mid Resilient :
NO. i! THIRTEENTH hTHEET, CAIIiO. ILL
W. PINNING, M.I).
Cilice ami Residence :
OFFK'K-N.W. fr. Wtxih t., nonr Ohio Lpyob,
UKMIiKNcK-Conmr W ulnut nu Minn nirciun
R. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Orm-l-No. W Oonimmlul Avenue, between
EiiiliiU ami Nlutu htrcrtu
II. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFICE-Kltfhth Street, near Commercial Avetmo.
OFFICE (iliio Levee, hct. Fourth and Hlxth M.
J" INEOAR & LANSDKX,
iFFICK-Xo. mCoinmerdiil Avenue.
THE DAILY 1UILLETIX
Only Jforniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'.U'KU OF THE CITY Al) COUNTY.
STEAM HO ATS.
For Columbus Hickman ami New Madrid
JOSEPH AMDR0S Master.
LEAVES CAIKO EVEKY
'tUESD.VYJHURSDA V ami SATl'RDA Y
For fri'l.'ht or jmni:ti apply oil Ilulllduy & I'll ti
ll ps' Whuil huut, or tu
JAMES I1IGUS, A'lit.
5ft Ohio Levee.
AIUO CITY FEURY CO.
Foot Fo'irtU H
lo. i a. in.
,:: ). in.
4:UD p. in.
KciitiK kr Lii'g.
U n. m.
H p. hi.
li p. in.
t a. in.
lo a. m.
J i. in.
4 D. El
t""Warj uiitlHiriz'-d '.o anunjiire the name of
Samuel Ilrley of Hazli-wood ft" a C'unilidute for
County CwinniMioijiT of Alexander county at the
CLuinu November election.
lViv an? authorized to Jiinouni.e .Inlm Hudi
a a cau'liiute for Sheriff of Aieiunder cuuulr at t!,
ensuiii;,' Novi'iiihi-r election.
(Wf np.' aiithori.iil to aMimiuru II. C. I.UK
LIN as candidate fur slc-riS of Alexander county,
miijtr: tu th" d't'lciua of the people at the eleetioii
i n NovemVr m xt.
100 Pikcks new-and ilmice styles Fall
prii.'sju.-t received at Stuart's. Sth street.
Fun Su.k. A good piano mill uli the
!d g kcIs at No. oil. Walnut sTcet.
Tlit" goods will be sold at private sain.
l)n. W. (.'. Ji ki.yx, dentist, will 1m.- t'liiml
at his office on Eighth street, ami is prepar
ed to give entire satisfaction in all branches
of dentistry at low rates.
Notice. On ami after Monday, Auu-t
19, and until further notice, tin; Mr. James
Fisk, Jr., will leave Cairo at 4 p. in. instead
of 5 p. in. us heretofore. II. K. TAYi.ou.t'apt.
Have you tried the great temperance
drink at Phil. II. Saup's .' He lias now the
great Dr. How kcr's Kirch ISeer, which has
the greatest sale of any H Hit or Herb Recr
known. Call and try a pass and judge fur
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Other local imtiir on third page.
A negro barbecue was held ycst;r
in Die grove opposite "Winter's row."
Pnbatc court. Judge Yocuni presid
ing, will convene on Monday, Hnh m-t.
Hon. F. K. Alhriiiht will make apoliti
al sjieeeh at L'llin, on Wedii' w'.ay evenitiif,
Judge Hross has returned to the cite
Uft-r a U-ii days trip ulon the line of the
Iron Mountain railroad.
There will he vrviees at the Methodist
church this forenoon. Morrison otliei
nting. There will he i, s, ,-viees in the
Mr. Slicks, iivimr sixto.-ntli tr.'i-t
between Cedar atnlJetlVrson nvetiui'.is cuti
Jined to hi, h,.d will, ,i,'Ki.. w.,.
much letter hist night. gjj
l)eni'H:rats, (ireeiihack rs and Ueinil-li.
cutis should hear in miml that Hon. I). T.
Linegav is nnnounced for a speech at Turn
er Hall on next Wednesday evening.
There will he services at the Preshyte.
rian dirndl this morning at tie. usual hour
no .i ....
" lieuier III TO Will lie s-rVice, h t:
I Veli. !
inj; win i) . announced tro;n t!
th" niomitig s'-rvic'-.
Th" te w addition to the New York
Hton; is neatly completed. We understand
tliMentcrpKsmo, firm int 'il l to et -nd their
liu.siness mid will push the whulesal -'trade
for all thrr; is in it.
-A par ) -if ten or a doz ,, persons left
tint city yesterday on a hunting and fishing
excursion along Cache Kivcr. Home of the
party will return to night, while the rest
will stay out several days.
-Win. Lane, n colorAl man, was yester
day arrested by olllcer John Slteelinn inul
locked up in the county jail on an indict
ment found against him at the last term of
the Circuit court. Lane is charged with
burglarizing Muck's shoe store.
Dr. Ranch, president of the state board
of health, who was here to consult with our
local authorities and to co-operate with them
in their ctl'orts to prevent the fever from get
ting into this city, left for Chicago by the
I. C. railroad yesterday afternoon.
Health Officer Suinmorwell yesterday
signed a consignment of six boxes of eggs
received by one of our commission mer
chaut.s from a firm in Tamaroa. The whole
botch were in n bad condition, and Suiii
merwell dumped them into the river.
Wo are authorized to emphatically
deny the rumor in circulation mi the streets
yesterday that there was a ruse of yellow-
fever lit thu St. Charles hotel. There is not
a shadow of truth in the report, and this
lenial is vouched for by those whose duty
it is to ascertain the truth of rumors of this
This atternoon at four o'clock, in the
Methodist church, theru Mill be u meeting
of the Alexander County Ilible Society, tor
the purpose of electing officers for the ensu
ing year. In the evening Prof. F. 0. Ulair,
agent for the American Uible Society, will
leliver a lecture in the Presbyterian church.
The public is invited to attend.
At the meeting of the board of health
yesterday, it was stated by Quarantine Offi
cer Dunning and Health Officer Summer-
well, and others that the health of the city
was never better at this season of the year.
and that there was apparently very little
alarm among them in consequence of the ex
istence of the fevers" near us.
Judge Maker h is not yet resigned bis
place on the circuit and applleate court
benches ami will not do so until he has dis
posed of a nunilier of cases which he hud
taken under mlvieni-iit. It will probably
be telj days or two weeks before he tenders
his resignation. His successor will not be
appointed until bis resignation has been
placed in the hands of the governor.
At a meeting of the board of health
yesterday. Col. John Wood and Dr. Waldo
entered a complaint that the stench arising
from th ; slaughter houses or s ,ni" other
cause in that locality was becoming intoler
able, and asked that the health officer be
requested to give it his attention. Mayor
Winter stated that the matter would be
attended to at once.
The Tenth street music stand is in a
dilapidated condition, and should cither be
torn down and removed or repaired. We
stigge.st that it be repaired. In times past
it his proved a convenient place for out
door political meetings, as well as for the
convenience of the bands. During the
campaign this fall we do not see how it can
be dispensed with, and here suggest that it
There is just now an unusually larcrc
number of sneak thieves and piek-p keis
in the city, ami they seem to lie doing a
fair if not a thriving bushier. Tie s.. f, l
lows make their headquarters in that part
of the city along and south of Fifth street
and Commercial avenue, and to all appear
ances have things pretty much their own
way. The officers should look after this
class of people and try to clear t lie city of
Mayor Winter has served the following
notice on all hot' l and boarding house
keepers: ''All landlords of hotels and pri
vate lKianling houses receiving transient
Imarders and lodgers, are notified that at a
meeting of tie- Ho-rd of" Health, held Aug.
l'i, 1ST1, it was resolved, "that you prompt
ly report to the Hoard of Health any person
taken sick with any kind or description of
sickness within your premises, and in de
fault of non-compliance with this order, a
strict quarantine will lie put around your
premises, preventing egress or ingress."
Lewis Pettit, of Thebes precinct, was in
the city yesterday w ith a wagon-Ioud of
marketing. While on Fourth street, near
Commercial avenue, he was acoted by two
men, one white and the cither black, who
attempted to get him into a three card
monte game with them. Pettit knew some
thing of three card monte and refused to
take any stock in it. One of the men, rind
ing that Pettit w.o, riot to , caught with
the cards snatched a five doll-ir bill out of
his hand and made i. IT with it, and sue
ceeded ill making his escape. Deputy
Sheriff Jack Hodg" and John Sheehan were
notified, mid started out in s aivh of the
thief. They soon ascertained who the guilty
party was, and hit- List evening Sheehan
succeeded in arresting him. lb- gave his
name as Jam -s Dutfy. H ! was locked up
and will be given a hearing before Justice
Robinson on .Monday.
Have you tried the great temperance
drink at Phil. II. Saup's.' He has now the
great Dr. ISowker's Hirch Recr which has
the greatest sale of any Risit or Herb ISeer
known. ('.,11 inul tre ii irlu.s mill iililiri. t'i ir
J " ' J
HitKAT reduction in ladi"' and children's
hosiery, to make room for Fall stock.
Sicaut, bth St. tr.
SviokKHs, if you w ish li tine "Key West"
or "Iniiorted" cigar, call at Korstueyer's
c'lLfar store tl !j ,1... ,.!.. ..I,.... I.. ,i
I !,,, daily i receipt of fresh g.ssls.
ItOAUI) OF HEALTH.
Till; MKMTINU VKsTKltllAV AM) WHAT WAS
IMiNK NO .MOIIK I'ASSKNOKU TRAINS Til
III N ON'TIIK M. f. AND I. M. UOMM AN
KMIIAItOOOX AM, T1I1IOIOII HIKIOIITS
HI.IOIIT MISI'MIKIIMTAVDINO IIETWKKN Al,
DKUM'N FOLEY AM) Oil.- IHN.SIMI
UitlOIIT THE l'EACEMAKKH THE IXKTOIl
OKEEItS IIII1 1IKSUINATION AND THEN WITH
The lniard of health now holds daily
sessions, meeting at 8 :!)() cveiy morning at
their rooms In Whiter' block, corner of
Commercial uvenue and Seventh street.
The meeting yesterday morning was nt
tended by Mayor W'uter, Aldermen Wright
O'Callahan, Lancaster, Thistlcwood and
Foley, of the city board of health, Dr. Ranch,
of the state board of health, Dr. Dunning,
quarantine, physician, and Dr. Waldo, in
charge of the marine hospital at this
point, and Dr. W. R. Smith, Sr. A large
number ot railroad men, among
them Jas. C. Clarke, vice-president, and
Col, S. T. IJrien, general manager of
the Chicago, St. Louis and Xtw Orleans
railroad; Col. Jas. Johnson; general south
ern agent ot the Illinois Central; Mr. J. C.
Zimmcr, agent for the Iron Mountain rail
road at this po'nt; and others. Aldermen
T. W. Hullidny and John Wood were also
Mr. T. W. Halliday said that as a mem
ber of the Cairo City Ferry company he
wished to state that while the company was
willing and anxious to co-oporate with the
board of health in their efforts to protect
the city against yellow fever, he
hail seen it stated in the papers that
the board had taken upon itself authority
to appoint a special policeman to watch this
boat, and that the company was exnected
to pay for the services of such officer.
He wished it understood that the company
did not agree to assume any such responsi
bility. The company would do all in their
power to guard against bringing sick or in
digent persons into the city, and he did
not believe the service of a policeman was
necessary. The captain of the boat had
been on her for ten years, and he was famil
iar with the patrons of the boat, and better
able to discriminate than any stranger that
could be apiented.
The question of allow ing through North
Ixmiid freights over the Mississippi Cetitial
net the Iron Mountain roads to pass through j
the city was taken up and discussed by
Mr. Clarke, vice president of the Mississippi I
Central, Dr. Ranch, of the state Uiani of
hfalth, Dr. Dunning. Mayor Winter. Abler
man Wright aiel others.
Mayor Winter stated that at a private
meeting of the ixurl. held at an earlv hour
vi'steMav morning, it nal oeen Oe. toeii
not to allow any more freight of any k''id I
to pass through the city. j
Mr. Clarke then stated that his company j
iad about fifteen cars of through freight, I
one-of it of perishable character then ly- j
ing at Fillmore. This freight had all left!
New Orleans before the order prohibiting!
the transfer of cars had u'i-n Nuci!. a.-ked
that this train be allowed to go forward.
He said the road he represented was anxious ,
tocomply w'rh the orders of the board and
would not infringe upon them in the slight- ;
est degree. There was a community of
interests at stake, and the railroad compa
ny dc-ired to do all they could for the
people along their iine. Mr. Clark"
notiiied the board that utter twelve o'clock
last night no more pascnger trains would
be run on his road until after the fever
Alderman O'Callahan wanted to know ;
wiiat t iey would an
AUDIT INK M MI.s.
Mr. Clark'- said they would be carried by
the local freight trains.
Dr. Ranch said he thought the mail mat
ter could be disinfect d so that there need
be no danger about bringing it into the
city. It was ordered that all mail matter
be thoroughly disinfected before being
Mr. Clarke then sent a telegram to the
postoffiec department at Washington notify-
ing the authorities tin-re of the action f
the board of health, and asking what course j
. should pursue. ' j
Alderman Wright t'.i n moved that the !
Mississim.i Central be allowed to forward
the through freight now at Fillmore, the
number of cars not to exceed fifteen.
The motion w as adopted.
so.MK I IVK STOCK.
Mr. Tiernan, representing the Iron Moun
tain road, said that they had some cars ot
live stock on the other side of the river, and
asked permission to have them pass through I
1 1 '
tie-city. e also asked whether his road
would b" allowe I to bring freight into the
city from point in Arkansas and Tex is.
Permission to transfer the stock w as given, !
, I ., ,.tl,,. lV.,I,.,,t I
oitl hi oio'iiii Vint, li" i" iii.
would Ic permitt -d to come into or pass
through t'.i c!tv.
Dr. I Uuining rend a dispatch announcing
that there was a number of passengers on
the Mississippi Central railroad on their
way to tl,.' north who e.xp'rleil to pass
through this city.
Mr. Clark.- .stated that he knew nothing
nliout how many tlwre were ot' these pi,h.
sengers --in fact I, w ,s surpris -d to kno.v
that there was a ay. as their agents all along
the line had Iceti notified not to sell
tickets to poiits north of Milan.
The hoard shall uc its own discretion
in the matter he would not ask them to
allow these passengers to pass through the
city. He would say, however, that this
would, be the list lot of piss'tigeri that
would or could como over the road as no
more passenger trains would bo ru i.
LET THEM I'ASS.
Alderman Wright said he believed It
would be better to let this lot of passen
gers go through, than to stop them at Fill
more, from where they would bo sure to
find their way into Cairo, ami he moved
that they be allowed to pass through,
Dr. Dunning seconded the motion.
Alderman Foley questioned the doctor's
right to second the motion, us he did not
know by what action the doctor was made a
member of the Injard.
This was too much for the doctor. He
would like the lsiard to right there ami
then settle the question as to whether he
was or was not a member of the Imard.
He would take the liberty to say that if
there was any honor that he was anxious to
get rid of it was the honor of being a
member of the board of health. The doc
tor was perceptibly riled. He took his
seat at the table and obtaining a piece of
paper from the secretary commenced b
WltlOIIT, THE l'KACK MAKtll.
Alderman Wright said he did not ques
tion Dr. Dnnuing's right to participate in
the deliberations of the Isiard and to vote
upon nearly all questions; but in order to
avoid any further misunderstanding, Ylder-
limn O'Callahan would second his motion,
relieving the ihn tor, and at the same time
giving Aldcrmaii Foley no cause for com
The motion was then put andcai;Lcd, all
the members present voting for it except
TKNHKHS HIS KKSIO NATION.
Dr. Dunning took no further part in the
liseussioii. When the question was finally
disposed of. he handed the secretary a note,
which the mayor authorized the secretary
to read. It proved to be the doctor's
resignation as quarantine physician, the
resignation to take effect at l'i o'clock, in.
Aid Wright protested. Dr. Dunning was
employed by the city council, and the Ix.ard
f health had no power ill the premises.
The resignation must go to the council, and
the doctor Would have to act in the mean
time. The re-ignatioii was then withdrawn.
The lniard then adjourned.
Uheat bargains in bleacheil and brown
cottons this week at Stuart's. All classes
of cotton goods are (irmly held at advanced
quotations. Do Hot delay purchases,
SlTAKT. Stll St.
lhvt you tried the great teinperunc"
drink at Phil. II. S.uip's : He ha now the
great Dr. Iiowk'-r's Hindi Peer, which has
the greatest sale of any Roof or Ib-rb ISeer
known. Call and try a glass and judge
t TIIK WoMKNs ( llltlsTIAN TEMI'EltAM K
1 NIo.N WANT" To KKM I. VTK UIKMVNNHt
OK issl ISO I.K KNsK.
The follow ing is the petition now being
; circulated by committees of the Women's
Christian Temperance I'nioii. ask;ng the
i city council to adopt an ordinance in ac
cordance thep-w ith :
T'i hi- honor the Majur. and City ( oion 11 of Cairo:
(il.MI.KMKX: Whorcis, we, the 1111. It r-
signed, your petitioners do respectfully rep
resent that in our opinion the interest of
society, the future prosperity of our i ii v,
; and the happiness of our homes would be
greatly promoted by more stringent liquor
; laws: therefore lie it
j Resolved: That we, as men and women,
do hereby petition for the protection of
home, by the enactment of a law that no i
place br the sale of intoxicating drinks
shall be licensed in any ward in our city,
without the consent of a majority of the
voters and of the women over eighteen
years of age, in that ward; such eon-.nt to
be expressed by their signature to a petition
for such license.
An ,1,"-"1"t ''' tl"' ''d- brated (Quaker
'it' fbi" white shirts, for n and boys, just
r,r,'iv'"1- In-IM" muslin and all linen
'"' unlauii.lricd, :. cts.; Wauii,s,itta
m,wli"' 'x,, 11 l''.v Um""'' v"rv
m"k,;- Wminisiitta miMi,,, extra line,
!t ply bosoms, for boys, Tlcts. (iuaranteed
to be tin; best shirt in the I'nited States.
Stcaiit. tl, t. tr.
Have you tried the great temperance
drink at Phil. II. Saup's '. lie has now the
great Dr. ISowker's Kirch Recr, which has
the L'teitest sale of line Hoot or Ifeib I leer
.. ... . , ,, . , , ," . . . ., , ,.
known. (. all and trv a glass and judge for
COTTAfiE AND LOT
AT AHTION OH I'HIVATK SALE, Till IISIUY
AH KIINOOS AT H o'clock, At'OI ST 'i'i, 17.
Frame cottag'1 of II rooms and hull, situ
ate on lot II, block 4T, first addition to
the cily of Cairo, on Twenly lirst street, bet.
Washington avenue and Poplar stf"t.
A cistern of large capacity with pump at
tached, and stable on the premis s.
Collage in complete repair, and ii"w!y
painted and papered. Property unincum
bered and title guartinteed.
For general informalioi, and terms :p.
ply to Tom Wintkii, Auctioneer.
Notice :-All persons who know they
have accounts with the undersigned are
requested to call and adjust the same by
payment, due bill or otherwise without
delay. I wish to h ive nil business s tiled
bofor.; the flrt of S 'ptemb'T. .
Pint Uottlcs, with Directions.
L5 CENTS PKlt HOTTLK.
In CartoVms, with Directions.
:: CIS. EACH, OK WEIGHED OUT AT lo.CTS. pkr LR
Chloride of Lime;
Full Supply at
Ba rela v
ORAIX. FLDl'Ii AM) HAY.
1 ' i . j 1 1 i t ' n ss
Highest Cash Price Paid tor Wheat.
J INKLE, TIIISTLEWUOD
Fiii'inci's' Tokuro Wait'lioii-jj'TllUl'sday.Scpt. 11 11)71),
(ienei-iil Coiinnissioii Merchants,
No. 1-i'iNinl l-TCoiniinr- I Iris
ciai Annie- l' ,-'AII'"l 1LL.
I HE II A I. Advaneemi'iit. iniole on Coh.iiiiin ut.
4 of Tollmen. Flour iuhI 'iriiln.
Fol;Ei.NOlMMlss,, M KK( HANTS.
jspHTH, HACK k. CO.,
( ION KliAb
( onimission Jferchants.
NO llltOAI) hTIIEET.
Ilespi'l llaily Solicit Coiislniin..nlK of
PROVISIONS. PRODl'CK. fiKAIN AND
M K RC II A N Dl SK i i K N E I JA I.L Y,
'PD which they will v'lve rrir-'Tiil iiikI prempt at
I ti'tnaiii. They lire ir"uiil to imoin lih' rul
lllll Mill IK" llll'lr ll"-t I'lllll I for Hie IllterenlS of
II firoiltu: tiii'ia nltli coiiplu'iimi-uts.
!ef r, hv ierinl""lon. to Ntioai. ni,nf Ao
.IlK'U; N.UiUNAL KXi llASUrt lt.SK. Of AllltSlU, Ot,
T;. Iitll.m'.:. i;:.i iV'n.ii hh- will !. :
!-.:.. .vetiouk, .it.,rr ,,,:,. fr Kr.-i.t.
t'i- . on W'harf'mai" No. 1 and J of t:.
j 1 1 1 : 1 ...ly ahil l'iii!li.. U'haf boat Co. foot of
str. e!. .'.:! ro, Illf , o;.
Collllllelliillg ;t 10 O't lock A. M..
aniens sooner tlaine i! aa l charj- pai I.
T. W. llioKly, I hov II. II (loiel-. 1 1,1,1. Mol lfi-:
li F. Williams. : tnu-k'U"- Slnn.l.' M:irlilne: L.
Sullivan. :) Imxes II. II.OihhIi.. I Itlrte linn: Naie y
TliiiiiMin. 1 Sewln;' Muclilti''; li. W. iliii"". 1 Iti'u,. r
anil Mower; S. M. it .1. I1. Wure, I Imx llnrihuiri;;
IV S.. I hex Leaf Tolwi io; J. H. Llneiitinri!. I Imx:
ltnnklu A i o.. H'i-inily I 'mlilies : XV. M.. I eii k:i'"
Wnnlrohe; I1. ,V Co.. 1 p:i :ig" I., lihi-s: II A: Co..
2 WimmI C'lliilrs: White .V: Co.. I ho S. Tolenio: W.
A. We.t. -J l.oxis Urnir-; A. V. Cnrr. 1 Hs-ket
( lothlnu; -l is. Cr.M kell. 1 liox; .1. I.Imley. 1 II air
Ihirnl; C. M. Powers. I Till chest; .lohn llroun.
i hosi s llnnnly; T. II. Suinlers. .1 hmnlles I'mier: I!.
V IViipv. I hox suinlrl".. I llurrel; K. Hlihiinl-oti.
I ho lliintwiire; I). A. steir, I hox Siimlrles ; Tllloo
A Tnylor. I keij Sodu; I hiec ilnn-w are ; M F.
I' .lho.i.. Lhiiois. :l harr-lii LhHor: Mr-. S. H.
liiti-srock. I hox II. II. Jionil: I inrvev. 1 cln-t
Tools: (i. It.. I Hut l.'iuk: J. M.,4 H-'l ll'ill"! .H
I ll-'l Hull.; H. I... I ll.ll Hulk: J. I SHlkSeeil;
M. W.. I siiiiiihinl for I.. Ohiss: Mr. T. llorre ami
L. Dinl-, 1 lot II. II. O Is: J. A. I'.. 1 Krnjiei.v;
Ihin lloliinsoii, I Dlil cnrrlnu'e: John Points. I
Trunk. No Murks: l."i hoxes Siiinlrlei; I ( Hslt Wine;
I h:irre Mo!,i"sesj h.irrel Molnssen: '.'keu llorsu
. ; I hull Moutu; -J Tin Citn; H Iniiiill''" Chulr
Stuff; -.'Tool Clii-I; I I.oiiimc K lols; .1 lilllilles
II-. 1 Knit-; 7 ln ml 1 - lleil Kmlsi 1 hmitlln 1!''I
s!utu: I k'U' Molu.sen; I Jiiv! Molui'l II tllltnles
Wilson Hnlm; -J reiimn I'liper; t thulr: 1 Ii-eCrenm
Freeer; 1 s I I'luiiier: 1 liumlle lliimes ; I llurher
Clinlr: I Sles'l Iron Store; I Imtf ('ottoii ; Id trunks
Siiniliies; 1 luiiiille W nifiiii spokes: 1 Move Drum ;
i Looking (iius; i kx I'mider; I rliot clolliln:
1 Coiiiiiion Stoye; I hutiille ('nrltiiti 1 Hulls "'-i'
tflni,1; -.' PU-terer's TroweU; 1 Imiiilli1 lUssare;
1 uii k:i j,i t'hiM'k l!"lti: X ilozen Wit.lihoanls;
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