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rROKILSSION'AL CAXDH -rUVSICU.VS.
y II. MA UK AN, M. I),
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.'
OMua MO Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Katirtucuia M- sua Washington avenue. tairo,
jyn. E. W. WHITLOCK,
llrrioi No. I.'tf Commercial Avenue, between
eighth tad Ninth Btxeeu ,
W. C. JOCELYN,
UKKICE-Eiuhtb Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE:-With the Widows' and Oorpnans' Mu
al Aid Sot let v.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
ur-FICE--So. 113 Commercial Avenue.
QA1UO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fagkl STATES.
On ami after Monday, June 16, the boat will make
the followius trip:
l.EAVKfe LIAVK9 LIAVIS
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
Ha. m. 8:: a. m. 9 a.m.
10 a. in. 10:; a. m. 11 a.m.
I p. ni. 2:40 p. m. a p. m.
4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5 p.m.
9 a. m. 9:.'W a. m. 10 a. ra.
3 p.m. . ... 3:110 p.m. .. 4 p. in.
jOH METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH
v v The K.cjant Sldewneel PaBsenaer btcamer
S4i CHAMPION 22SJ
a. jr. Bum
LesveCairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Padurab, Metropolis and wav landings. Kor
freight or paseaRU apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANk
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President.
J. H. SMITH, Acting Cashier.
. STARTS TATI.OK, W. P. HALLIDAY,
MKNRT L. HAU.OIAT, R. H. CUNNINOHAW,
. W1LLM1IBON, BTKPHIN BIKU,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND 80LD.
Deposits received and a general banking business
J. T. WARREN & CO.
OA & (G W. Second St.
ForuiKU kiid Dominic dried and canned Fruito and
Vegetables. Canned, dried ami Halt Fish. Pick
leu, bailee, Oils aud Condiments. Soup
stuffs, Baking 'Puwdersr ground and
wbwleHptces. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
."Stock unparalleled in tlie West.
SKXD FOR OUR "GROCERS' MAXUKL.
BOOT8 AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Order
FROM THE BEST MATERIAL OS SHORT NO
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. fctrKipuirlujt doue with nealncb and despatch,
v!lo?!1V,...VUln!,,,n Avenue, S. E. Corner
, TO tnooo A- YKA R, or fit to
TV "v ,u vo,lr owu lotauiy
I No risk Women do an well
..' meB "''' wim
than inn amount stated
ROOVn. No una ran r.ll
inaVo money faal. Any one can do the work Yon
ran Kiake from Mle to $i an hour by rlnvotlng your
vvculna ami bto time to the bunlnn... Ii ct
wiiJiIiik to try the biiBlnoBa. Motblnii like It for
unmey maklugeveroflVrcd before. ItiiBlnem nleaa
ac. ad Btrlclly honorabln. Header, If you want to
know all about the beat payiug bunlmxa before the
public, iwnd u your aildreBi and we will aund vou
Alt particular aud private term free; aamplea
Mrtk 1 alBo free; yon can then make up your
mind for vnuraelf. Addn-ai OKOHOK HTiNSON
A CIO. I'urtlaud, Maine.
THE DAILY .CAIKO HULLKTIN: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1870.
TJfE DAIIjY BULLETIN
ICSTKHLU AT TIIK TOUT OFFICE IN I' A I HO, IL
LINOIS, AS SI-TOND-CLASS MATT1CU.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Moruin? Daily in Southern Illinois.
StoKAi Orno. I
Cairo, 111., November IT, IHTtt. f
Time. Bar. Tlior. Ilutu. Wlud. Vel Weather.
1:46 a.m 30.05
11:11 " 80.04
SO:3 p.m (flt.W
Maximum Temperatnre. 47; Hlulmum Tem
perature, 40; Kainfall, 0.0" Inch.
W. H. HAY.
8tri2t Signal Corua, L'. S. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
During tlio sickness of Mr. Harrell, Mr.
Ernest Thiclecke has been installed locitl
editor of the Bulletin. Any favors shown
him in the way of local or city news will
be duly appreciated. E. A. Bchsett.
Our first love Potter.
Infantile literature the Ar'us.
Try "Old Prob" cigar, the best smoke
m town for 5 cents, at Pettis & Bird"s.
Franklin county is redeemed again.
She went Democratic by a large majority.
-Mr. I. Farnbaker has gone to St.
Louis, where he will probably spend a few
days before he returns.
Apple butter, peach butter, currant
and peach jelly, at Pettis & Bird's.
Another prize baby at the house ot
Mr. Kgifer of the Cairo and Vinceunes rail
road. It is a daughter.
We hear that Messrs. Woodward, Ayers
and Ilartmmi have gone to Chicago for
20 packages Ruston butter just in, also
small packages for families, at Pettis &
, Read notice in small advertisement
column of room for rent to gentleman, or
to gentleman and wife, also cottage to rent.
New buckwheat flour, maple syrup
and New Orleans molasses at Pettis &
The blue-stocking minstrels, who ap
peared at the Comique for the first time
last night are said to be a "good thing."
A letter from Tom Morgan dated at
Council Bluffs says he is having a splendid
time and that he expeds to work all winter
An elegant stock of new canned goods,
bought before the advance, and will be
sold very low, at Pettis & Bird's.
An unpleasant passenger in a street car
is a crying Baby. In such cases Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup should be given to the little
sufferer to ease its trouble. 25 cents a
No services were held St. Patrick's
church, on Ninth street, Sunday owing to
the fact that no minister was present to
Try our Imperial tea at 30c and 7,'ic,
Gunpowder tea at 7.jc and f 1.00. A pres
ent given away with every pound, at Pettis
Mr. B. II. Russell, after an absence of
a year and a half, is back -again at his desk
in the Illinois Central railroad freight office.
Hosts of his friends welcomed him back.
Squire Robinson is in Galesburg, 111.,
attending a meetiug ot the Odd Fellows'
grand lodge,-as a representative ot the Cairo
lodge. He is expected to be absent a week.
Henry Breihau has a handsome lantern
of mauy colors, surmounted by a miniature
beer keg for a sign. Henry can't hidy
his light under a bushel, it would require a
The wind that blew yesterday moruin"
was quite a terrific one and cau.-c 1 many of
our good citizens to leave their beds in
their coat tails, to fasten windows and
The meteoric shower seems to have up
set things generally. Men are getting
nervous, but smoking a cigar like the
"Faultless," sold by F. Korsmeyer, whole
sale tobacconist would steady any one's
nerves. The best " cent cigar in the
Owing to the fact that the late strong
wind knocked tho partitions, etc in other
words, the "stutl'tng" out of the, colored
public high school the hcholars will be
permitted to roam at large until Thursday,
when the "stuffing" will have been re
placed. The circuit couihj during its lat sess
ion, took into consideration Mr. John IIu
gau's plea for a divorce from his wile, aud
granted the same on last Saturday. The
grounds upon which it was asked were itdul-
tery, etc. One adopted child will probably
be left to the care of Mr. Ilogan.
The Christian church on Eighteenth
street, betwenu Washington mid Walnut,
has been tendered the A. M. E. congrega
tion tor use until that congregation shall
have erected another church edifice of their
own. The A. M. E. congregation appreci
ates thin privilege and feels grateful for it.
Tho two towboats Sharp McDonald
and tho Williams, which have been ut this
port for a week or teu days past, were yes
terday making preparations to get away and
will doubtless have gone by sun-up this
morning. The squabble the levee darkies
had for berths on theso boats was quite
Ed. Dugau, from Paducah, Ky., aud
of course, a worshipper at the nhrtuv of
Bachus, got on a "bust," was "pulled,"
fined one dollar ami costs, and uot being
nble to pay, he waj given it stay, aud he
went away, to Padukay, to watch aud pray,
that he never may live a sober day, while
We have it on good authority that
Father Masterson, who has had charge of a
congregation in Mouud City for quite a
while, hns signified a willingness to take
charge of the Ninth street Catholic church
of this city. He is well and favorable
kuown to many of our citizens aud will
doubtless give very geueral satisfaction.
The Cairo and Vinceunes railroad man
agement will discontinue the Saturday ex
cursion train from Curmi after the ?'Jth ot
the present mouth. No one will have great
er cause to regret this than the people of
Cairo, but the train, take it all urouud, has
not been a paying one to the company,
therefore it will be withdrawn.
The ferryboat Three States yesterday
returned from Jlound City whore she has
been for several weeks, resting aud receiv
ing an overhauling generally, She is a
great improvement on tlje "flat" whijli has
rilled her place in her abseuce, and is wel
comed back by all those who have an occa
sion to cross any of our rivers.
A government survey boat named
Ariadne, which was lying at the foot of
Tenth street, was sunk by the storm yester
day morning, but it is thought can be easi
ly raised. Capt. Nellis with his tug Lau
rel was at work on her yesterday attempting
to raise her, and will doubtless succeed in
that undertaking to-day.
' From a very neat invitation we see
that Len. G. Faxon and wife will cele
brate the twenty-first anniversary of their
marriage, jn Paducah. on Wednesday
evening, November 20th. Mr. Faxon is,
as our people well know, the gentle
manly and talented editor of the Paducah
News. We sympathize with Len., aud the
thought that he has- been married tor
tweuty-oue years makes us sad.
The Methodist church, on the corner
of Eighth and Walnut streets, was -unusually
well attended on last Sunday. All
available sittiug room was taken up, and
the interest manifested by the vast audience
in the sermon aud ceremony, bordered on
enthusiasm. The church seems to be grow
ing in popularity, which is due, perhaps, to
the new attractions presented every now
During the past week not less than
forty tramps have been invited to shake the
dust of Cairo from their feet. The various
police officers, in this regard, have been
very industrious and have spared no pains
iu hunting them up and shipping them to
a warmer clime. During soiffc davs. last
week, we hear that from sixteen to eighteen
of these vaj;alonds kave been invited to
"take walk"' which they accordingly did.
Officer Schuckers, yesterday, iu his
usual polite manner, asked nine gentlemen
of leisure to take an excursion trip on the
Three" States. The oflieer being very solic
itious and offering to present them with free
passes, they consented to go. They were
politely escorted, as ha3 become the custom
of the officers of late, to the wharf, where
after much ceremony, shaking of hands,
etc., they were invited to give our city an
other call when they had no time to stay.
Mr. James Murphy, a muster, having
too much "suijar" about him invested some
of it in "red eye" and set 'em up to the Ixiys
rather lively. Mr. Murphy soon touud
himself without money and withoutstipport.
except that of an officer's arm. He w:i,
taken to Cain's lock-up where he was per
mitted to sober up, after which he was
taken before Squire Comings, who fined him
one dollar and costs, but Mr. Murphy bein'
without a cent's worth of greenbacks, the
Squire in a spirit of philanlhropy. gave him
--It was yesterday, while on the levee
and religiously looking f.)r items, that a
vulgar and uncivilized hyeiA called our at
tention to our "first love." .Miss Potter, who-e
proportions we were even then scanning
with admiring eyes; and as she was leisurely
strutting to Iter "amateur" office, the brute
whispered into our cur: "McKee has done
it; her proportions are grow" but
knocked the rueal flat on his back before
he could finish the word, and stand pre
pared, though young and weak, to defend
the reputation of our "first love!"
A muster entered the saloon, kept by
an Italian, opposite of limy Walker's
Sunday and demanded a drink from the
woman who tends the bar. The drink was
frurnished, but the prospect to receive pay
therefor not being u very larjje one, the
"lady of the house" got her Mumler" up
and did then and there, with inual wo
man's ability, "go for" that router. The
noise made by the movements of her jaw
bones, brought to her assistance her "liege
lord" upon whose appearuce Mr. "Rouster"
scooted, followed by a crowd of little bovs
who shouted "stop thief V He was not ar
rested. Mr. Klein, of the brick yard, has
lately bought the right to supply the (iWt.r
three counties in Southern Illinois with a
"patent stone" which he has of into made
arrangements to manufacture himself. The
stone, we understand, Is made of a cotnpo-,
sition of which the principal part U cement
and Is of a very substantial character, last
lug many years longer than hii'ek. The
sunccan be made to any size or thickness
the composition buinjj pourJ iato a
form tho dostred slzo while yet in a "thlu"
state ami thou prepared in an oven. It is
especially valuable for window cilia, nn.
for sidewalks is far superior to brick it
not wearing out near so easily. We hear
that tho sidewalk iu front of tho Alexin-
der County Bank will bo constructed of
The fair and festival giveu by tho ladies
ot the Utholic church at tho Temperance
hail, tor the rebuilding of Loretto acad
etuy, opened last night. It is to continuo for
two nights longer and deserves all tho sup
pott our people can give it, for tho object is
a worthy one. Although tho weather was
very unfavorable last night, the attendance
was gooa, ami all present must have felt
themselves amply repaid for their disagree
able walk through rain aud slush. The at
tractions are, as usual, numerous aud of
such a character, that oven the most mis
anthropic cannot resist the temptation to
take part m the general merrymaking and
laying aside for the time being, dull care
an J lose themselves iu the all pervading got d
humor. I he price of admission is unusu
ally low, being only ten cents. This alone
should, aud, no doubt will, insure a crowded
hall every night.
Mr. J. R. Cuuiiiugham uo longer ruus
Ins hack between Cairo and Mornd City
He yesterday informed us that owing to tin.
large share of practice he had ot late re
ceived in the law, he had been conuu'lloi
to give up the hack business in order not
to neglect liis profession. This is positive
evidence that the gnat t'riminal lawyer':
ability is being recognized . and nu reason
able man, we care uot who he be or from
wheuce he comes, will, even for one moment
construe it differently. Mr. Cunningham
tor earnestness and animation has never
been excelled ; his kuowlodue of law is pro
! 111.. . '
iounn ami uelivery irresistable. As a close
and correct reasoner he stands at the the tot
of the ladder the peer of all men, whether
before the American or English bar. He is
a natural born orator and it is with no little
pride that we contemplate the fact that hi'
Us a citizen of Southern Illinois.
e mentioned in our report of the
storm the other day the fact thnt a little
eight-year-old girl, named Alice Morris, had
come to her death in tho old hub factory
Duiiaing tiy the wind shoving a heavy door
against her and knocking her out of tin
building-causing her to fall a distance o
thirty feet. Mr. Jacob Hoeur, a cooper
assisted by 'Squire Oslxrnend others, Fn
uay, ty subscription, raised a sum of money
sufficient to bury the remains in a becoming
manner. A little over thirty-five dollars
were collected, eleven dollars of which were
paid for a coffin, aui twenty-five for a spec
ial car and engine. The funeral took place
on Saturday, nnI was largely attended, Rev
M.im.iMT umeiating. i lie remains were
taken to Villa Ridge. We may say, in this
connection, that we have in Cairo an unu
sually large number of kind, Christian la
dies and gentlemen who, apparently, never
ure oi giving to the needy and descrviii".
. .. .
Do good seems to be their watchword.
Many of our readers doubtless mmem
ber Archie Dttgan. Archie was a "bad egg"
in ins own way, and when "boozy," geuer
ally felt like a "gay girl in a calico dress,'
ami acted accordingly. But this is to no
point. The story conies up from Mand No
40 that Archie is no longer" among the liv
ing: that irchns, in short, gone where all
the good darkies go. It appears that he
left this ciry on the Belle St. Louis; that he.
u me way uown the river, relieved one of
the passengers on the bout of a inieket-book
well ornamented with fresh greenbacks
officers soon had an eve on him, arfd wh-n
the boat sank at Island 40, he thought his
opportunity to escape , id come nnd at
tempted it by jumping into a yawl and row
ing for dear Mfe. The officers immediately
set after him in another yawl and overtak
'"-s up ugaiu.si ii i i li in a manner
to tip him into the river. This was the
last seen of him, audit he is yet in the
land af the living it will be a1. surprise to
all w ho witnessed the dreadful plunge.
Til K son of Mr. F. L'rweider, Lacka
wanna, Pa., suffered with acuto pains over
his whole liody. caused by Rheumatism.
Ho was rubbed with St. JaVoim" Oil, and
cured in two davs.
Isr.ADAIII.K (UI'I'IMiS KUOM 01 It VAUIOIS
lviianiiks i:oi;nii .Mioi r.
The following extract is taken from the
Silver CI iff Daily Prospector, o October
"The 'Cora Lillie' is pronounced by ex
ports to be the coining bonanza. This
property has already shown excellently iu
gray copper, and it is predicted by ex-
peneiiced miners, that it will yet become
a tormidable revival of the 'Bull' mine in
point of richness."
"The 'Bell' mine and the 'Biosick' tiro
the two great mines of thnt district, and
have sold for over a million dollars each.
When Hon. F. H.Albright was ut Silver
Cliff he invested in the 'Cora Lillie' paying
what was then considered a largo price for
it, but the above shows that it was a lucky
strike that will probably make hint m.
So says the Murphyshoro Independent
and our citizens who all know Mr. Al
bright, lioartly wish him, we know, all tho
good luck that usually befalls the average
man mid more too.
HAMILTON COUNTY KAIU.
Tho second fair of Hamilton county for
this year was one of ucee. There was
fjHIS SPACE BELONGS TO
A. MARX, Clothier,
61 Ohio Liovee,
He is too busy to write
better stock and more of it than had ever
been on the grounds before, and we nro
glad to see our people taking such an inter
est in an enterprise that is of so much
benefit to the county. The people meet,
show their stock or producing, and, if they
do not get a premium, they are benefitted
more than the worth of the time they lose
The Hamilton County Fair is now a per
manent institution, mid all classes of people
should strive to make it a successful one.
We imdeiistand the grounds are to (e en
larged, mi anipitheater built and a good
track made by next year, and from the in
terest that was taken tfcis fall we predict
that Hamilton county will have one of the
best fairs in Southern Illinois. McLeans
A SIIODf IMi AKHCAV.
We understand that a shooting affray
took place at Ewing Lambert's farm, in this
county, between John Davis and Mart
Brooks, in which the former was dangerous
ly wounded, receiving two shots from a re
volver, one shot taking effect in the right
shoulder and the other in the right breast.
Da is also returned tire, but fuiled to hit
Brooks. Various causes are given as to
the circumstances of the difficulty, but as
none are authentic, we f til to irive unv
Brooks made his escape, and Davis, who is
a step-sm of Mr. Lambert, is in a prccari- !
ous condition. 'Shawnee Herald.
Judge Harker will hold his next term of
court in Murphysboro. He will take his
family with him, and indefinitely locate in
Carlxmdule. From that point all the places
he holds court are easily reached, which
enables him to be with his family more.
Johnson County Journal.
JolI.N-ON COUNTY I'KoM'hKOl S.
The people of Johnson county are in a
better condition than they have ever been
before. They are making more progress
farming than tln-y have ever done before,
and as a consequence are making more sur
plus money than they ever made before.
People all over the county are iu better
spirits than they have been fur many years.
They have all about survived the close
times, and are now on the up grade. It is
a fact, when the farmers are doing well all
kinds of oiisienss is iu a healthy state. The
fact that the people all over the futility are
more united than they ever were before,
contributes no insignificant clement to our
present prosperity. As long as the people
will remain united on their common inter
est iu the county, things will continue to
move on smoothly and nicely; but when
factions begin to spring up in their midst
they soon lose interest in each others welfare,
uud instead of building up they tear down
prosperity. -.Johnson (oiiuty Journal.
SHOT AM) KII.I.KI).
A young man named Moore, was shot
and instantly killed nt St. Johns last Sun-
lay. The Coronor was called, and after
hearing the evidence, which consisted of
the testimony of one man, the only person
that seemed to know anything ubout the
u flair, it was decided that death was caused
by the accidental discharge of a revolver in
the handsof the witness. Perry County
The Halliday coal mines difficulties were
not finally settled by our Circuit Court, who
ins the matter yet under advisement. It is
to be hoped the mutter may soon bo ad
justed, and the mines again put in opera
tion. It Is a Perry county institution, nnd
Perry county should be interested in hav
ing nil its money making business in full
operation. Perry Count v Democrat.
Faii.mkiis all over the country eniov writ-
ng to the agricultural miners in 'umise nf
the Perfected Butter Color of Wells, Rich
nrdson & Co., Burlington, Vt. They claim
its superiority overall other coloring Hint.
ter, both as to purity and rousonnblc cost.
.very iiairytnnn should use it.
FINE OYSTERS. ,
If you want n good dish of Oysters served
n any style, or a hot cup of codec, go to
M Ohio Levee, next to I. M. R. lt. office.
Open day mid night. Families supplied by
the can, Selects ,10 cents, mediums dfi
cents per can. A. T. DkBacn,
a better Advertisement.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Underwear in great variety, at the very
lowest 'prices, at J. Burgei's, Commercial
avenue, between Seventh and Eighth streets.
A NEW SCHEME.
A fine silver tea set will be drawn for at
Ticheman's billiard parlors on Christmas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
to a chance in the drawing. Tickets can
not Ik; obtained in any other way.
In childrens' knitted wear.
At the rooms of Walter Hyslop, over
City National Bank. Wednesday morning
10 o'clock, November 19th. A fine bed
and U'dstead; handsome library; elegant
carpets; heating stove, handsome oil paint
ings: chairs, center table, sideboard, etc.,
tlc- A. W. Pyatt.
Sol. Silver, Auctioneer.
THE MOST ELEGANT LINES
Of ladies dolmas. circulars and cloaki in
the city, at J. Burger's.
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has just received a large
I assortment of Fresh Oysters, and will serve
them up in any style. You can go and gt
them any way you want them. The oy-ter
counter is under the management of
1 POSITIVE BARGAINS.
I Every department is filled with tl
desirable goods, bought before the recent
advance in prices, and we beg to assure
our patrons and the public that an oppor
tunity is now offered to obtain bargains
which never will present itself again. Call
and examine my stock and prices.
124 Commercial avenue.
WHERE WILL I GO.
To get a good pair of Boots or Shoes m i le
to order, from the very best material? Go
to R. Junes, Commercial avenue, Atheneum
building. Workmanship' and satisfaction
guaranteed. No fit, no pay. prices to suit
Elegant lines of gimps and fringes. f (.v.
cedingly low prices. J. Bumm.
124 Commercial avenue.
Oi.dtimk pitK is at the barber shop of
J. George Steinhouse, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. (;IKd barbers
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut So cents, shamp. o
2") cents, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
We will offer 100 pieces (.'anion fl.vnu!,
at the extreme low price of seven cents per
)'.nH' . , J. Bl UOKIt,
( I'liimercial avenue between Seventh a-i I
Cashmeres, alpaca, Henrietta crapes, aa I
very other make in large and varied quan-
titi( S' J. Uuiuicn,
124 Commercial avenue.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS In tliln rnl.nm, nt
live line, eacl, or l.a will be puWUcdfor
. .. per nioniu. Each additional
..minimus unillfll ITOe.
Tenth tr.. . "m,' "I'l" ' :
. , T HUNT.
li M?.." ""'".' orKMtl,l"""iii and wire, wllliout
Hillilrea. one lure biciiii -turv front r..i,m
"HM....I r . ..nli.nrlBl.ed. n 0 .0 0. " ,'.
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A tWti hjl..l t..i..-
11,1,1,.,, ,. V0"1' "''n'renre ren.ilrei , f0'
piiitl.ailiu-B Inquire on the premium, jio 37, Teuta
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lanre. front ronnV bv . V . """'"VT1 '"n"
particulars en,iilie of M rs. A. A. ilARKBLL
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toiiuht of tlitf imhllHhn-n for lens thtin
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