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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1879.
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only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Hvtmtt,
pOH ASSKsPOIt AM) TliKASl.'KEK.
W.; uro anthorUed t tnci-tue Cwui W.
ff.iCMONsaa a cndiUaui for cWrinn tovhe ol'lce
of Afi-eor and Treurtirer of Alexander Conn'.y t
1 1. - apjiroK 'hint'Novemlier election.
Wear.' uii:h.ir:ze.l to i;r.uounce tl.at Mi:,i V.
IShkHii i a cniiiildatt. at the eiianini; Nover.i.KT
eii rtioii for the oi:c of (.'outlay Treasurer.
lVe arc liuthtrixed to annor.i.cj the ELine of .1. A.
M. Hrr i a vndidati: for County G'ominiKtinaor
ol .Mejundor county a! ihcenHtiiE' Nov.iuiber elec
(U!l WASIIIXOTON LKTTER.
Washington, D. (.'., Oct. 31,
I have several times mentioned the
Komcwlcit contradictory views among Ke
pullic:ins, as well as those outside that
party, as to the political opinions of Inn.
cm. It seems that the subject is still a
matter of speculation, the majority of opin
ion inclining towards the theory hereto
fore expressed in this correspondence, that
J?n. (.trant sustains the Southern policy of
the present administration, the "Hayes'
jtoliry," so called. Independent obse'rvers
have been entertained of late with the agi
tation on this subject caused by several
cvnts. First, General CiraDt's speech in
Portland, Oregon, seems to have stired the
itw'.guatiun of some stalwarts and aroused
'le: suspicious of some others. Iu that
i-jieecli he remarked that "Those who
fought on opposite sides during the war are
it w peacefully associated together in a
country of which they all have the same
riirht to be proud."' Those stalwarts who
i-ra not Grant men a-sail this as an
i n 'nation of the speech ofPrexident Hayes
Genrgia, which created such opposition
in his party, and it must be confessed it
docs sound like it. Those who m-c Grant
Kalwavts either make apologies, or declare
'hat he never said it, and that the reporter
mw-i have been at lault. The suspicions
"f many former Grant men have been
unused by this, coming as it does ruht
Uong with the reports that the General al
ways has endorsed conciliation, and with
tint movement nmonir some of the Demo-
cratic chiefs in the south to make Grant the
, f iutheru iK'oi!e's candidate, in the confi
dence that he would le more considerate,
"f their wislns than any active radical
t Mndiihite.such nsConklin, Plaine, Windom
ir Chandler. The theory ol many old
heads is that the southern leaders have
determined to take the lead in tho
"strong man" movement away from
! lie radicals, and they . pretend to believe
that those leaders are wise, because, they
say, Grant would, if elected to a third term,
be more anxious to go out of ofriee peace
fully in 19M than he was in 1877, when he
withdrew the Federal support from Pack
ard in Louisiana. Whether the,; apprehen
sion among the stalwarts of this new aspect
"1" the Grant movement has caufted the new
"boom" lor Senator lilninu I know not; but
it is a rcmuikable coincidence that several
member of couress, among them Hurrow,
of .Michigan, and Wilson, of Iowa, should
have come out emphatically in favor of
lllaine, cxprcMiig the belief at the name
time that Gen. Giant will not be a candi
date, h i interesting ulso to know that
Hie Grant men here, "Hois" Shepherd,
"lapp. Uabeock, etc., urn a little nervous over
this new-turn of ill'aits, and are labor
i:ig to induce- General Grant not to come
Ut Washington us the guest of President
il-tvoft lest tliut act should compromise
him tuth jheir clique. Hecrerary Schurz
ha U'cn violently assailed of late from
various quarter. His management of
Indian affairs' has displeased -sourly n1'
partie, and it is said lio is so weak with
the authorities and congress that he cannot
properly .ndminsistcr the patent (iflice.
The latest growl comes now touching the
leaves of New York and Pennsylvania
rates in his department who want to go
home to vote. 1 Te says they can't go unless
they take the time out of their regular
leave this year or next, and they retort ly
asking if he (Secretary Suhur) has de
ducted his absence on a slumping tour,
when his expenses were paid, from his
leave. There is a good deal of ugly feel
ing towards Sehurz, who is accused of ap
plying civil service reform to all except
!iitn-ef and his peculiar friends.
I'lvRILS OF BALLOONING
JOHN i.. MOl STAIN 8 ADVE.NTl 111: WITH A
t'OMI'AXlON IN 1 lit. Wll.PS OK ll'I'KH ( AN
ADA. There have been many thrilling balloon
aitventures, and not a few terrible accidents.
One ot the most exciting adventures was
that of Mr. La Mountain, the aeronaut, and
Mr. John A. Haddock, who accompanied
They started from Watertown, New York,
m September, lSot), in the fine balloon At
lantic, and shot up some three thousand
l'ei t h!iuoi in a straight line. Then a north
east current caught it, and away they drove
at the rate of a mile in two iniuutes. rising
as they went. When they got to an altitude
of three miles and a half, they began to
move eatvardly. Clouds now hid the earth
entirely from view, and the sun went down.
Iu that trackless wa-te of air th-y could
neither tell thoir direction nor the nt - at
which they were going. Gradually, how
ever, they descended to the surface of the
clouds, and floated on them as a boat does
on water, lit up by the clear twilight'. I.a
Mountain then opened the valve, and a the
balloon descended through the clouds, it
became impenetrably dark.
l'y the time they got clear ol ilie cloinls
they found themselves' nut mure than oik)
feet from the ground, and, as fur as they
could di'tinguish in the darkness, over a
va?t unbroken forest. They knew there
were trees, not water, below, as in the still
ness, they heard some sand they threw out
rattle on the leaves. After this) they made
six different attempts to land at intervals of
ten or tiUccn minutes, ri.ing each time.
On the third descent they came down on
the surface of a small lake, set iu the woods.
This would uot do, and throwing out bal
bvst, they rose again.' On a fourth attempt
they came down by a very large tire, and
laid hold of the branches to try and make
out where they w ere. But they could make
out nothing but a tall mountain before
Once more they ro-e, and on the sixth
attempt caught a tree again. It was a
S2ruee, and tins settled the question. They
were far up in the forrests of L'pper Canada.
Making fast their balloon to the tree, they
prepared to pass the ni'ht as best they could,
and slept quite soundly till the rain began
to fall in torrents.
Daylight found them thoroughly soaked
and perplexed, but not disheartened. They
must rise again, and they threw out the re
maining ballast and everything they could
spare, and once more shot up. As the sun's
rays beat on the wet balloon, the gas ex
panded, and they shot up like a rocket.
LaMountain again touched the valve, end
they came nearer the surface.
And what a view ! As far as the eye
could reach vtrctched one unbroken sea of
tree-tops. There was now no alternative.
They must descend. Discharging the gas,
the Atlantic settled down between two tall
spruce trees, and caught in the limits about
eight feet from the ground. They leaped
down and faced the situation. After con
sulting, they concluded to strike southeast,
so as to reach the Ottawa Uiver, and, bid
ding adieu to the Atlantic, they started.
The woods were, wet and swampy, and their
progress was slow. At last, after walking
about a mile, they reached a creek, and to
their joy, found a rude marten-trap, with a
ride clearing. This gave them hope, nnd
they plodded on, throwing oil" their wet
stockings and drawers, which impeded their
progress. They crossed the creek on a
round log, poling their way along, and en
tered a swamp. A blazed path through the
woods soon .ve them a new installnunt of
courage, which they needed sadly, as they
were wet, weary and famished.
When they had plodded on about five
miles, they came in sight of a lumber
shanty, and they rushed eagerly forward,
It was deserted! and had evidently been o
for many a day. Several roads led from it.
They tried them all, one after another; but
all ended in thick woods they led to no
main thoroughfare. In one of these roads
they found two tiny white trot;s, and these
they devoured at once not hindquarters
only, but fompiartcrs, head, bones and all.
They spent a cheerful night in the h.i:,
endeavoring to cover themselves with some
old musty straw to'gct a little warmth, all
ingenuity tailing to get a spark of fire.
In the morning they took some boards
off the roof, and, making a raft, started
down the creek. They wero within three
miles of a clearing, but this they did not
know; and, although they heard a gun
twice, were unable to make their shouts
heard, or to make out the exact direction.
So they kept on down tho creek, and en
tered a lake, around which they paddled for
live miles, and, reaching an outlet, entered
it, but after a hard day's work found them
selves just where they had abandoned their
Another miserable night, the rain pouring
in torrents, found them at day break on tho
verge of despair; but, nerving themselves
for a last struggle, they again set out, and
reached a rapid. Around this thny had to
drag their raft, stick by stick, and so weak
were they that they. fell repeatedly. Then
they put the raft together below the raptd,
aud kept on to another lake, gathering wild
cranberries us their only resource against
starvation. All day they paddled along the
lake m search ol an outlet, but found none.
Another awful showering, dreary night,
and a gray, hary, comfortless morning.
They were dying, starving, perishing by
inches, Weak nd exhausted us thev wen'.
their only hope was in keeping on in search
of the stream into which tho lake emptied;'
but they mistook a small stieam for it, and
hud to turn back to the lake heavy hearted
Mr. Haddock was about to give up in
despair, and La Mountain was trying to
cheer him up, whtn they heard a gun
once more. They hallooed as loud as
their feeble strength would allow, but
no answer enme. But what M as better
than an answer was a wreath of smoke
that curled over tho trees on tho other
side of the lake, and, straining their eyes
they made out a cause on the shore.
They were now frantic; with new-born
strength they paddled across and found
tho canoe turned bottom up. Under it
were a gun, two coats and a wild duck.
This La Mountain seized and began to
pluck, eager to tat it raw, whilo Haddock
struck back in the wood to look for tho men.
In a minute or two LaMountain saw an In
dian boy approach, and addressing him in
French, was lend to the shanty, where he
found Haddock seated relating his adven
tures to Mr. Angus Cameron, who owned
the shanty, nnd was there directing cutting
of lumber for Gilmour & Co., of Ottawa.
Food lay plenty before them, but only a
little was given them at first till their stom
achs grew stronger nnd they wero able to
bear a meal. They now found out where
they were more than a hundred nnd fifty
miles from Ottawa, so that, but for the acci
dental presence of this party, they would
h.ivc perished within a couple of days.
Do not throw away your hard earned
money for every new cough syrup adver
tised; when you can procure that standard
remedy for coughs. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Price, 2i cents a bottle. a
Om: of the Bloods of Boston recent !y
went to Chicago and got into a dispute with
a policeman rrsardincr the numler oi'
glasses of beer he had taken. As a blood
purifier there is nothing like Ilosadalis, the
great Southern Remedy. Soothes the hot
blood with a magic touch. For sale by
11 n.aiml Old Barrv Letter Heads.
.'! " " " " Note Heads.
" Linen Letter Heads,
i'j " Linen Note Heads.
The i;iT quality of paper at prices of
e cheapest grade.
Vt pound statements a!! co'ois.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra st'per white Envelopes at St. Lou's
wholesale prices. Printing $U'0 extra.
Puling and Binding, all lands at The
Jackson's Best Sweet Naw To
It has ivoniicriul power on B mels' Liver
and Kidncvs! What? Kidney-Wort.
IiMINlSTJlATUi: S NOTH'K.
K-TC.-K til' WIl.l 1AM Kr:!IAI.I.. ll( KAM).
The miU-Tsiiied, haviiiL' heen uppolnted inlmin
trnti.r of the e-ute of Willlsta Kendall, line of the
Cieoiiy of Alexander und Stale ol Illinois,
deceaNid, h reliy t-ivej notice that le. win Hipear
lieforo th" Coetity Court of Alexander County, at
the court houe, iii Cuiro, ut the December teriii. on
iho third . Monday in December next, ot which time
u!l p"r'nH having clulmti against sr.id e-tute are
noiitled and reqiiesied to alt. nd for the purpue ol
having the miiuo adiuted. All persons indebted to
suld estate are requested to mako imiuediut
iie-nt to the undersiL'ned.
Iwied tin- Flr-t dr.v ot November. A. !).. 1K9.
KKANK E. KENDALL, Administrator.
VTOlfS NOT UK.
fsTATKOf IIASOIOA SAsdN. Ul.i i.A'EI.
The iiiidenlKiied. having been appuiuted I'.mx
ut r of t' l ist will and testament of MauoriH
ason. late of the County of Alevainler. and State of
Illinois, deeean-il, hen by i;ie notice that he w ill
appear belore the County ( omt of Alexander
County, at theCourt Ifcoise. in Cairo, ai the Decern,
her term, on the 3rd Monday In December next,
at which time nil person having claims against
said Estale are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjusted. Ail
persons indebted to mid Estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the undersigned
. Dated this '.".ml dav if December. A. D., 1S",9.
ItlC ll.VKl) KITUiliKALD, Exocnior.
Al.E ol' YALUAUI.E CITY LOTS.
W in. Tweed 1'urker vs. Elizabeth Linker, Y in.
'put'meHmiire'iH hereby given that the unier-1
signed Maatcr in Chancery for Alexander County,
in piir-nimce of a decree of the Alexander Omit;.-
Circuit Court, entered on the 4th duv of Octob r.
j , win oner ior saie ai pmmc aucuou io iie
highest bidder on t-uiurday. the 15th dav ol Nov.in-
"ei, j-,.., mr.:r iiji. iu im: oi Hiro, 11111:1-.
described ai follows; to-wlt: Lots numb-red 1?
and IS iu liloek one. nnd Lot :w in Hlock M. nccoui
ing to the original plat ol said city. Lot IT Is on th"
corner of Kounh and Levee streets, and lot lb is the
adjoining lot ot) I.evee atreet. Lot :10 's on 7th '
street and has upon it a good frame dwelling. j
The sale will begin at 1 o'clock p. m. at lot
and will begin at lots 17 and IS at i o'clock p. ni. !
Teims: One half cash, and the other half pay- J
nblein twelve months from day of dale; purchaser ,
giving note, bearing S pencil!. Interest per annum. ;
secured by tr.it mortgage i
JOHN A REEVE. I
Muster In Chmeeiy Alexander County, Illinois. I
;KI;KN AMl.liliKT. Solicitor. I
I 1 1 1 1 t .. a .... t ..)-. 1 4r 1
p;.:Ei.i(j NOTICE j
Is hcrehy given thai hv virtue of n decree of the j
County Court of Alexander Countv, in tbfi State of
lllitud'a, rendered In the March term, A. D. ls'.ll. 1.
Elizabeth Corcoran, administratrix of tho catnie ol
John Corcoran, deceased, will aell at public ven -
due, on tho 14th day of November, A. !., lSi.
npoiijhonrciniHeatobonili, und hereafter named,
IVl 0 Clock B. in. Of SUld day, miMBet tO tho Will
ow's dower interest therein, for 1lu tivment nT ihe
Interest therein, for the tiavment of the
ibtts of said estate of John Corcoran, deceased,!
the following described pros-rtvto wit:
Lot numbered fitVen (ITo. in block numbered l
r.rieen (l! ', of the, City of ( niro. situate In !!:
County of AIi ;;,inder and State of III nols.
Terini of solo are, one half of the
purchase price cash in hand upon
upprovnl ol sale and the delivery ol
deed. The other half upon a rreiilt of six menlhii
from the day of sain, The deferred eaynimii to be
evidenced by the purchaser's note, drawing six per
r-'ut Interest pei annum, secured ty deed of hut.
on the premise sold.
Administratrix of the estate of John Corcoran.
Dated, Cairo, 111 ,Oct, M'ii. 187H.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
Gi d CO W. Second St.
Foreign kiid Domistlr dried and caimed Knots aad
Vegetabkii. (,'uMied, dried and salt Tish. Pirk
les, Htiufes, Oils and Condiment. Kixip
stulfs, Raking Rowdera, groutui d
whole Spin a. Toilet, and Laundry
Soups. Seeds, Jellies, Preserves
Knnry (irorerlea aud iro-
Stork unparalleled In the West.
SEND FOR OUR "OrvOCEIlS" MANTKX,
UOOTB A:D 8IIOKS.
HOOTS AND S1I0KS
-Made to Order
I-KOMTIIK I1KST MATKRIAI. ON SHORT NO
W01IK, MATKP1AL AND FIT GUAM
ANTEKI). (iflleptilrhiK dune with m-atm-an mill ile-patih.
emie, N. K Comer
!3 S O
73 5f Z
7, -r , 2x
YVhH, liloek. Collier eee!th Mint ii ml Colli
D. s;re to in fm m :le-la(i!n i f Cmro and Vieinitv
that che h:i on I. ami nnd reeeiu!. d:iilv. diiu-'t
Iruiu the Kukti-ro i itic-i. u very :itl.,. nl,,j Jomple'e
s'M-k f Laities' Mis.. '.
j TllIMMKD AND I'NTBIMMLD HATS
Ho-ieri- uilsi.c n nil colors- ,iei... to one i!oil:ir
per pair or is. to ets. to iul full a-ort-
LadiW Funiishiiiij; (Juoils!
All the very latest deslftis. J'rii i s an low tt po
slide and coiinnnrl;e(t iu plain flevres. Will npt
be undersold. Call and examine. No trouble to
show Knods l.uulen who do rut nee what tl:-e
want will pli h ..u-k for i'.
rpHi: CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. 1'. 1WLI.IDAY, President.
II. HALLIDAY, Vice-I'nsidefct.
J. 11. S.M1TH, Acting Cashier.
. STAATS TA VT1R, W. P. HALIJUAV,
llVVf.V L. IIAIJ.IDAV, II. H. CCSNIVUHAM,
'. I). WILLIAMSON, ST-FPUEX BII10,
II. II. CANDKE.
1'xchaugc, Coin and United States Bond
I ROl'GHT ND SOLD
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ivod ft fid a jtrmTal bftiikinc Ijiihiki"
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snM IMuU NTTIUTION THE UVK.
j I'llC Gl'Cilt Ml'liiClIliH P00(1.
I j. ,. s.iMator rorlHo.iids and the A gel. An In
.o,nrl,l,. Vliment I'or no l.m.vll, ,ml l,-..t. -r.
I'n.ii ol ii.nnOk .mil I'hililrin 1 Kftii
Nut'itivo in Continued Kcvers, nnd a
Reliable loii.ediul Agent in all Dicu-, of the
Ioiiiiku und lnlcttires.
rrillS j'.ltT celebrated DtKTL
rie I in i'Ai:.iri'i .
' In coiiipo-'.tion, principally the ;n u ln derived
from the i.ite WiMv.i: I list Win: at ( 1 iii;al, a
solid eitrti, i, the invention of 1111 eminent ( tieinlst,
It has not only been highly recommended, but cer
tified to 1 1) a large number ol Chemist.- and I'liv-i-
ciansri presenting a very high liegi ol medlml
si ii'iii-o as the Safest. Most Acceptable and ll.deii
hie I'ood lor tbeOrowth ami l'roteeiion of hilsnts
and Children, and for Xothers lin liii.g hu.'il. ien
Nourishment for their otl'-prlng.
Unlike those preparations made from iiniirnl or
vinous nniller, which arc Ilablo to stimulate the
'brain and Irritate the digestive organs, it embrne.is
in lis elementary composition -
That which niukcs strong Hone and Muscle. That
which makes good Klcsh and Hlood. That which is
may of Dlgcsllon-neuT eoustipating. That which Is
kind and friendly to the Drain, and that which mi, as
aprevenllvit of those liito-tlual Disorders Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And, while It would be illlllctilt to concelvenf any.
thing In Komi or Desert more creamy and delicious,
or more nourishing und strengihenlng as an ali
ment In Kever", I'lilmonurv Complaints, Dyspepsia
andOencral Debility, Its Kark Mkwcinai. Exvkl
l.r.scit iu ail InventYnai, DiskasK.s, esplollyln
I),Vseuterv,('hroiili' Dliin ha a and Cholera Infan
tum, Has beta Incontestalily Proven.
Hold Wholesale and
DRUGGISTS AND I
rilNCII'AL CITIES of tho UNITED STATES.
JOB NCARLE & SONS. NEW YORK,
'-i . 1 w ' 'C- 3 w-!?s - : - i ;
ffiEl-G O A.
JItA IJM MAIM?.
-THE ELECTIiK! CLEAXSKJ.-
HAS NO KQl'AL KOli UKNEIIAL HOUSK-CLhANIXC
riJKPOSKaS, FOU WASJIINd CLOTHES,
For Cleaning Paint. Varnished Surfaces, Window (ila-, Minoir, c,uU i':,,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver AV::re,Riow Cases, Bron.-s'
Cut Glass. Globes, Gas Fixtures : liemovis Pitt h mid Tar frciu ihe Hands or ( 'lot', in."
readily, Ac, Ac
VOW I'SK AS A DISINFECTANT ZWWMMWVt
Any tJiinw foiled h )J L
, ci! Markst.oi'by Dirt
av i t n o u rr s o
i'l.ii:ii for it.
ril.N I OA I.I V K l OMI V ,S 1
1 have On
rtainly superior to -o:.p us a
on, , .- niiuoui injuring me u xiure or changlug r-t color.. I: e'ean. the l:.-irc
son. ii ii. a oies ami i happed hands readily. Respectfuiiy ywrs,
WILLIAM S EVERETT. MIC:t..fc-.rm..v.
To no: Wr-in: Coaune I'M e have b u
in this ily. and ilnd it one of the mo-t useful tbn
w .!, ii-. .ct-til,l.ii..r .'l,.i,,.;. ltJ .o,..- ..i.i - ..
- . .. . t s,rr. ri. ,,. .iiKHif .re,!-,. -J,:. 0UI OI C'ol!,!ll.' Mil CB.-p" '.
it ns.ioei,ui..!. Ken- family -hotild In.i. ,1. IV j.ti.e i-fotow. mt.l,.-:i .,:! in
to .ily. - bi-::..-i.. May fd. -','..
Sf ' ls riIK N'-V W.-iMioie compel nd -old
nun v.miiiuie arlic'e at a low llg'ire com.-eiiu;, wiihsujile poo.N like Soaji.
The following testimonials from p-rsons Hi,t, hi to many ini'aiioan.l vi.i.it an ,,,,!.. ,,
coslinc in its true po-IHon before the p-ihlle. It . a g, thn.f. and-bould be 'u-tMy i-d;
I haveu-d coallne iumy bou.-o. Il mives 1 1 ! -r am -ave. , 'i-!h,s. ,nd inexp, i.-h.-. y i
be wiiljout tt - ('entrallii. Ill , August sih. isru.
I Ilnd loailn-' to Ii
Au just lsth. 1ST i.
ill that j ilaiiiii-d for
I have used coaiir.e tnclcan hem! Iiei' olL -
with concentrated c I futind roaliue o do the
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All le.dOig groc. rs will te it. anil cat .i
be. at all time. oMainabie at
will Call and (it t
IIe.nU of l'aiiiilic
AtUh't'ss I 1 tG5 CImUcmu x iii:t
. We IV'sirt; to call Your ant-miou to (lur
PATKiXT MTKAM CVLLXDKR. VALVK;'
WHKII IS N(W ( (iMING INTO (-LNLL'.M. I
XO JIOliE CVLIXDEIJ
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines to the use of this Valve, by which
a gr at saving, of fuel is effected. The. Valve being closed on tho admission of steam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not. liable, to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke
The cylinder is kept dry when the engine ii not working, as the Valves are then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valve will pay its price in the laving of fuel in a very
short time, and will last over ten years.
J-fStati- a net County Rights for Snle. Apply by letter or in person at 1403 ChotctiU '
Avenue, St. Louis.
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, iVlll', ILL, aiunva-hiugton Ave;
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HEADS VAIOK EX OUT.