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TIIK DAILY CAIRO 15ULLKTIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Id; ItW.
j-V II K N V. I' M
) rrat Attraction.
I'lrV Al'inniwifr III your t il? l'
TIIK CHARMISU AIM ISTK, mill
LOUIS It. WARWICK,
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H AM. l JIAll.KV'H
DKAMTAIO COMBINATION !
Coimiiencing Monday K eniiiir tlio loth
" IIOSEDAI -
l'riiioiini--il hv Preesand 1'uhlkMhc lircatcsl Plai
nt' the day.
THE DAITA BULLETIN,
KNVKIiKO AT TIIK I'O'T OK KICK IN I'AIIIO. IL
LINOIS, AS sKU'NIK IAS M.UTIlll.
tUTti'IAl. I'APKltOK Al.KXA?jI)KH I'Ol'NTA".
Only Morning1 Pally in Soutlien. Illinois.
(iEXEIML LOCAL ITEMS.
2 N I ( J 1 1 TS o N I i Y -
AitmibMion, " ( Viil
KF.SEHVEO SEATS. 13c., rurenlc at llarttuan'e.
Door open at 7. Pcrformauiii! tommi.nofn tit H.
c. t. m. c.
' Dure lo do Kiulit."
Wmtself nutl ladle" nre cordially Invlicd In attend
j m'li'cl purw V ulveuat iU "l!ali o Tempera nre
lU'form i:lub llooin." ou Thursday i U'tiWie,. De
cember ISili. 1KV1.
IIKl KI'TION IKKVimlK.
Dr. C. W. IHinnliiit. A. W. N(T. rapt. W. M.
Willin !. t b!t. I'iiik, ('apt. Tim. W. Shields lu
.l. K Mille r.
run M AN A. KH.
W. IV l.lppitt. '" II- A r- "co- h-
o'Hura. C. il. Kiirtin. Opo. M. l'r.v.
oUr i:ai ii.
tn lie IihiI nt Itarcla Urn Urua More nil woeli
iuutoii avi-iiu. O'-o. O'Hara'a drug "lore tiud Ht tbe
Hi'lorm t.'Iub.rciuUiin room.
Oldest .linvi-li v House In Sniiilii'tu Illinois.
-Just ILielveil ami "ouniiit!y IliMi'lvlns at
Kl). A. lilJDElfS
Xew JEWELRY STOKE
. . UM Commcrcm! Avsntie, tnariilli si.
.iuffni1iri lit Diamond and Fine Jewelry,
Cameo. Onyx. Coral mid I'lnln Stt.
Hings. Necklaces, Chain and
Rood Bracelet", Watches.
Chains Studs, Sleee
(Sold Pens. Set li
ple and (Quad
Ware. Sterling Silver
ware, Una be and Tease Pi
anos. SIuon & Hamlin Co.. and
Kstey Organs. Kruss. Strinir and
Heed Musical Instruments Trimmings.
Iiptlii'i'ia Mill prevails to an uluriuinir
cUcnt in Freport, Illinois.
Ilavoyou seen those haudsoiuc steel
plates (artist's proofs), at Ford's Bracket
Some of our police news and uews of
more importance is crowded out this moru
iniy. A girl baby haM been bora unto Mr.T.
W., Lehigh aud has brought additional hap
piness to his already happy family. We
Agnes Smith was arrested and tried
before Squire Comings on the charge of
disorderly conduct. A stay was given and
she will probably stay.
We ore indebted to State's Attorney
W. C. Mulkey, for the information regard
in' the Mcachaiu trial, jiublisfied (diiewherc,
and tor which we return thanks.
We understand that Miss Gatl'ney will
go to Michigan from here, where we hope
a very successful tour awaits her. The best
wishes of her Cairo friends will follow her
wherever she may roam.
A. pure Havana tiller; the best live cent
smoke iu the state: The "Faultless" cigar
smoked by everybody und for sale, whole
sale and retail, by F. Korsmeyer, Ohio
Levee, corner Sixth street.
The Temperance llel'orni club will give
one of their very enjoyable entertainments in
Temperance Hall, next Thursday evening, to
which "yourself and ladies are cordially in
vited" see advertisement.
Toy Klephanl, one foot high, nicely
equiptd, scut post paid to uuy address,
4j cents (13 stamps); I'ig or rabbit, 10
inches. !i 3 cents; all $1. Cannot break."
K. Mathes, Toy maker. Drawer 32'i, Chi
cago. The handsomest things we have seen
for luiliday gifts are those tine steel en
gravings, "News at Last," "Italy," "La
Madonn," "Eveuing Prayer." Size "Ox 1U,
genuiue artist's proofs, at Ford's Ilracket
The lire bells were rung hi-t evening
about 7 ;:0 o'clock at the appearance of a
blaze from the Hue of the Harmon house on
Twelfth street. The lire companies were
out promptly, but before they all arrived
upon the ground, the lire was extinguished.
N'ot much damage done.
The colored man who was drowned
with Halliday Brothers' spun of unties, the
other day, was a man of laiuily composed
ot his wife and four or live children. His
name is not Weiins, as we announced, but
Meims. The remains have not yet been re
covered. Mr. M. M. Cutter is in theeity trying to
perfect arrangement with our merchants
to write up the numerous attractions which
(Viro uil'ers to capitalists and all others who
desire to chauge their place of residence.
He is of the h'riu of Euholm iV. Cutter, w ho
lave their headipiarters at Omaha. Neb.,
and are general western immigration agents.
Mr. Cutter also represents the Chicago
Tribune, in which paper hi sketches will
In another column we publish a call
upon Mis Belle (iiilt'tiey to repent her en
tertainment. She has accepted, and set
next Wednesday evening, as the time for
the entertainment. We have heard numer
ous eulogics'pronounceil upon her former
effort, and believe that those who attend
next Wednesday eveuing, will not be dis
appointed. As will be seen theeall has been
extensively signed, and il is safe to pre
dict a full bouse.
The St. Charles hotel has been Mipplied
with a mainmouth stove for the purpose ot
heating il eapaeious waiting room. The
stove, with diu'ii, is about ten feet high
from the lli.nr and four feet in diaineti'r. It
selves ils purpose satisfactorily in every
pariieular, and Air. 1'olierison deserves
credit for supplying a useful ornament that
ni.hr. window. It l .vriieni. j I"'""' attraction for the house and
! in these cold days a blessing to all who
! "lav Up" there.
I -Th'' iiii'mbers of the A, M. K. church
and Sunday S.'i I will give an old-fash-
ioned planta'.ion concert, at the Athcncum,
on Monday evening, December '.'llth. The
concert will be under the direction of
Llder.l. K. Perkins and will be on the plan
. of the regular jubilees. F.lder Perkins hits
had considerable experience in these things
I and as the church has some lirst-class talent
; for music and singing, the people are us-
I 'Mired of an entertainment out of the usual
! line and should noi mist it, especially as
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1 We could not be in attendance at the
meeting of the IHbiin Club last night be
cause we had to illuminate, the "light'' sub
Jeiit, but we were informed after the meet
bifl was over, by parties who hud been
th'lic. that u large audience w as present and
th;t "the entertainment was splendid." A I
th'uh th" new organ, which is S'dd lo be
a like one, may havf l ceil n great attraction
totai Jpeoplc and furnished tnlicb entertain .
iiiii. yi t, tli.' speaker and the manager-,
vn 1! ill v. witliout doubt. des'Tve the credit
for furnishing the chief atiinulous to the
general good t'eql'ng that is said to Imve
prevailed throughout the evening.
" W'e direct attention to the udvort'uso
ment of ('has. F. Bailey's Dramatic Com
bination that opens in the Atheneiuu for
two lights, commencing next Monday
eveuing. This is the first opportunity our
people have ' had of witnessing the great
sensational play ''Ilosedale,'" and it should
not be missed by any one who admire the
legitimate drama. Miss MaUIo Norton,
holds a high position in the profession nnd
makes friends wherever she appears. Mr.
Warwick is a fine actor whoso delineation
of the character Klliot Cray in "Uoscdale"
wins the highest praises of the press and
public everywhere. Beserved seats for
Monday night, may be obtained to-day at
Dan Hitrtman's store.
Marsh 'Brown, a gentleman of color,
visited the residence of Kiltie Miller, n lady
who lives on Fifth street, between the
avenues on the pretense of distributing
handbills. But Kittie not allowing negroes
to come on her premises shot at Marsh,
whereupon lie had her arrested. She ap
peared before Squire Uobinson, plead guilty
and asked for a warrant for Marsh P.rown,
and while stating the charge to the city
attorney, Mr. llrown arose trom his seat,
saying that he cared no more for what
Kittie Miller said than for w hat Black Hat
or any other woman like hcv might say.
This was two milch for Kittie to take, and
she at once picked up one of the well
filled court-room spittoons and threw it at
Marsh's head, but it being poorly aimed,
would have disfigured our City Attorney's
face, had he not been a dodger. .She also
threw several chunks of coal tit Jlr. Brow n,
but he being swift on foot escaped un
harmed. Whereupon nnd for all of which
the young lady hud to pay an additional
MUS. ESTHKK MKACHAM.
ffT'Di) mil fail In lnif-i-t lli Murk bcfiiri" )lu-
rT"Ili-;ursiilfv to cl! al New VorU. SI I.ouIh
jn'bicac" priccn. .No iii'cen.ily for ri'iidiiiK Irom
fcoHic tor fine uud i'Iu-ho '.roods
fr-Ordcr liy Kipi'-. and Mall ulii-lli'd anil
Fine Jewelry Mado to Order.
JT HAS NO EQl'AL
House Cleiinin.ir J'nrjost-s. for
Washina; Clothes, lor
the Rath. etc.
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-N i Diniiiii-iM-iiliU' I loe.
' I'olnsili. I il ii 1 lo I ilf
COM j I N K
l-oi Wnlilu)j C'IhIIh It I'Mi'l. rverylli'ii
('OA L I.N.I.4
J "or t'li'iinin.' l'ainl iln'ii-1- uolhluir Ille-
COALI N K
COALI X K
I'm i;ii-iiinsSii ;iSi(iniMir Marble ill avr ).,ltur.
('OA I, 'I N K
yi thr Uioli II lcavra the .Ulu nfl and hIiIO'.
CO A LIN K
J'or rlciiln Cerju-ts Ii will remove ilnl nnlti-.
l- ji i.i'ur , d! IIoii.i hold l li aulii); il ImmiIIjii'iiuIiIi'.
CO A LI N K
M il! nl luju'c u.v falidi .
I "ui'.d b.i ihe A' ut
' Also by J. H. MF.TCALF.
i:at.U.K11, Til K CAlK AMi i i iik:'
A I'anilili t by Iir. ( lixiin PmaTT. ef Mii
St., (.'bt:aj;o. tir. FinM l liic Alltllor d Ilii'Onnv
Treatment for C.'fiUN'.i, ana 1u llils umv Treiill.e K
.n-i'ti 0i M'.ernol l i huikikh in tlin Iruntlie iit
it a (1 1!-1-', to wlei it be Ima (jlvru tbe study id ti
iJI" linn'. HmpliIM f: I ou wljt ul .V alneip.
tmavmMmtmvta . i
.11 IJOK IlltOWMXO IIOI.IIS II To HAM. IX
TIIK SI M OF TWO TlUirSAM) IMM.I.AIIS.
NKWS IIWKIV Kll AT A I.ATK IIOITi LAST
The habeas corpus exuminanution, at
.Mound City, of Airs. Ksther Meacbatn,
which has been of three days' duration,
came to close at a late hour lust night.
She was held to bail in the sum of two
thousand dollars, by .Judge 1). M. Brown
ing. .Messrs. Mulky.Kobarts and McCartney
were for the defense, and Messrs. Anderson,
Linegur and Crandall for the prosecution.
Our readers will remember that Mrs.
Meaehum is charged with the murder of
lu r husband the linger ot suspicion point
ing nt her on account of the supivui" indif
ference she cvincedit his fate.
Much interest has been felt as to the out
come of this cast1, both by our people and
the people of 1'uUski county.
TIIK LIGHT CilT.STlON.
riioitoiniii.Y msn'SNKi) ixtkhkstini;
K.UTS AM) KIlll'UF.s TIIKRKOX
I'ltKSSIllNs I'Oli AM AOAIXST l.KillT.
Whether or not our streets shall be
lit is the tpiestion, above all others, which
just now agitates tin; public mind. M (inj
ure the expressions we hear favoring the
lighting of our streets and occasionally we
hear expressions from tlioe who are very
earnestly opposed to il.
I In conversation with one of our prouii
j nent citizens, yesterday, in regard to the
j street lighting, he expressed himself em
I phatieiilly against it. and on being asked
I for his reasons, gave them some of which
j are as follows :
I He believed, that if our in
; dividual citizens were a little
more entei prising, there would be
j no need of the city going to any expense in
this matter. He had a light in front of his
house every night--a coal oil light had
, no servants to tend to it, but gave it his
personal attention and found that it cost
' him only forty cents it mouth. j
1 He was oppiM'd, he said, to lighting a j
j long streti'li of walk where there were no
' residences and where pedestrians were sel
dom seen even during the (lav and much
i more seldom during the night. If tbe citv
undertook to light the streets, at all, hef.i-
I vored the lighting of those lamps only
which lit up the bu-.ines and thickly set
tled portion of our city; and thought
. light :i luxipy which sh mid not
I lie wasted on, a si retch of 'in
' settled land. If light, we must have at,
; all, he tavored the very cheupesl to be hm',,
' uud that was oil. j
I Light, when paid for by public expense, j
J continued this gentleman, generally costs
' twice us much as otherwise, mid this was i
I another reason for his
,' city taking the mutter
not too proud to light
' his house himself; ujuuy of our saloon
keepers had put Up Itntenis in li'out ol
their business houses (mid not a few of
our private citizens bad followed their
j example, and if more of them could be j
induced to do the a. uun tiling there would !
be no necessity of the c-ity going to n great
1 expense in having lamps lil.
I These rue only soniiMif the reasons the
I gentleman gave, and we give place to them
here because we have -iveii place to eotn
niuuications from the other si le nnd desire
that both sell's be heard.
We, tire ready to admit that if our people,
or al least those living on the Mieet corners,
could be induno I to be more, enterprising
in Ibis nrilter mi l plae-' ligh's in Croat of
their houses, it would be n most excellent
Ibing for the general public :oid u gvint
saying to the city. But can they be in.ltieed
to do thi.-; We don't for a m "incut .-rder
opposition to the j
in hand. . He was
he lump in front of
tain the belief that they can. Homo of our
citizens who are so unfortunate us to live
on a street comer would "kick" very
gracefully nnd artistically about the littlo
matter of paying even forty cents a month
for the accommodation of their neighbors,
w hile our better disposed people would con
tinue the lighting just about one week
when it would "fizzle'' out.
For our part, if we arc to have any light
at all, we favor the cheapest kind and he
live that oil, if much cheaper than jj!i.s,
should be given a trial. At this season of.
the year, when the sun sets early, it is all
most impossible to see the sidewalk after
seven o'clock, if the sky happen to be over
cast with clouds, and when on such nights
we grope our way loug the dar'.c streets,
we have uo patience with the man who
will consolingly whisper into our ear that
"its a saving to the ciiy." Cairo, w ith a
population of over eleven thousand in the
dark! Cairo, situuted us uo city in the
I'nited States is. Where vagabonds of
every class congregate, from the North,
East, South and West in the dark? Cairo,
with four police officers, to protect and
watch over the lives and property of eleven
thousand souls in the dark! This may
be O. K. 'We don't sny that it isn't. We
have never been knocked down ourself (be
cause we are as poor as a church
mouse i and never expect to be. But
does this sound right? We believe
that theie are innumerable ways in which
the city may save by the Use of light the
cost thereof, cither directly or indirectly.
Its reputation abroad is improved, thieves
and robbers are deprived of their most ef
fectual weapon darkness and our people
whose business requires them to lie out on
the streets after dark can walk upon the
sidewalk without groping their way or sud
denly dropping headlong into the gutter.
The heavy expense attending the light
ing of the city with gas. in the pust, h is
stimulated inquiry as to the original cost of
that article, the comparative cost of coal
oil light, etc. We have ascertained that
Pittsburg coul can lie delivered tit the s
works hfre for about $4.30 per ton. hut
the gas works now use Big Muddy for
which they pay only fo.oO per ton and
find it as good for their purpose (is the
PjttslAry. One pound of coal iil pro
duce four cubic feet ot ' gas. This is
equivalent to 8,000 cubic feet to the ton.
We take it, and firmly believe that we
are right, that the coke and tarVill more
than pay the expense attending the process
of purification; and that the cost of plac
ing the gas in the holder need not exceed
f..30 per 8,000 'feet. If. then, we allow a
loss of i!0 per cent, to cover leakage und
condensation (which is considered extrava
gantly high i, we can tery closely
approximate to the cost involved in
the production of gas iu Cairo.
Although a cheaper quality of
coal than Pittsburg is at present being Used
by the gas company, yet. we will make our
estimate on that coal :
1 ton Pittsburg coul delivered $1 40
Placing gas in holder 'J 30
Total cost $ U0
Allowing that the loss, us above stated,
amounts to !i0 per cent., we have here the
sum of $fi DO as the cwt of 3,000 feet of
gas in the gas-ometer about $1 'JO per
After making the above calculations, we
yesterday called on Air. G.;rould, of the gas
company, tor further information with the
intention of laying the same before our
readers this morning. Mr. Gcrould kindly
gave us all the information asked. Under
the last contract, with the city, h- said i
five feet burner was' used and that the city
puid the gas company $:i 30, a lamp, per
month, forthe gHs consumed, for keeping it
in repair and for lighting and extinguish
ing the sume. Jlut that he would now sub
mit a proposition to the city asking only
2 30 a lump per month using the same
five feet burner, lint that the keeping the
lamps in repair 'Hid the lighting and ixtin-
guishing of them should he done by the
We fear that this proposition of Mr.
Oerould's will not meet with the favor of
the council, for it is actually but very little
less than the old contract.
A street lamp using a live feet burner
will, if pushed a. little, use '1,300 feet pet
month. The cost of this amount at $1 .'")
K'V thousand feet would le; SO
T.) this sum add Jim cost of light
ing, the wear and tear on ma
chinery and repairing, per month. . $1 00
And vvh have the total cost of
five feet burner, per mouth
brought down to f J 8
Thus it will be seen that if "figures will
not lie" the company can furnish th',1 gas
and ll-lit and extinguish the lamps and
keep them in repair for each per month
and make a reasonbh) profit. Itmiist right
here be remembered. .too, that our estimate
was made on Pittsburg coal nt $4 40 pel
ton. Having heard that Air. Dun Hurtmuti
contemplated putting in a bid for the
lighting of the lamps with oil, we called
ou him yesterday evening, to ascertain his
intentions. He hud not yet prepared a bid
und was not certain that hu would send one
in. The difficulty which presented itself
to his mind was. whether or not it wie
practicable and could Im'sittisfMrtorily lie
coiiiplishtd. In ourlrounds for news, during the past
two or three days, we have been compelled
A' Merry Xirias.
Little early perhaps, but you know I am always All HAD o
others in Everything. It's just so with My
I I 1
rV J 1 mi KJ
Viv AIUN AND BOYS.
1 Ul 111 J 11111
LOW El J THAN TI IK LOWJdST.
A j;oo(l heavy .Shirt and Drawer. .TOe n suit.
Aline .Merino " 1.50
A fine red flannel " '"
Fine Cashmere wool, olive.shiri and drawer. :,)() ;uit
A fine Silk Ilundkorehief; nOe
liinen Collar. 1 nlv. latest si vies. ri.DO net- l(r
A Heavy 1 Jritish half hose. 'Jfjc per :dr.
A line KnitL .Jacket. l.OOeneh,
Also a fall line of N F,CK W1CA K ar extremely
All the above r0oJs are WAliKANTKD to U- first ekn,
and as low as the small dealer run buv. Call :113d Nee fo
vouiself at '
A. M Al'X, Ii 1 Ohio 'Jjc vim
C.Mi:n. 1 1.1.., Dec. 12, HT:.t.
Miss lit i.i.Klivu'NKV: -We, the und rsin
ed,maiif citizens having witnessed j our reci
tations at the Athcncum on Tlniisdsy t ven-
ing, ueec m tier 11. and having iiein wel; ;
pleased with the same, respectfully requt t
that you favor us with another reading at; I's I1 IclLfailil Im i L b! (! 11 s.
some evening next week u be dttertained '
bv von :
(ieo. W. .McKeaiL
II. 11. Candec,
Win. H (ireen.
Win. It. (iillx il.
M. F. Oil ben.
T. P. Whitlc,'...
P. S. Kent,
W. P. Hallidav.
II. I.. lUli.l.iv.
I). .1. Foley,
J. S. Burclav.
Phi! f. Barcbiv.
John T. Beanie
V, K. Slack,
W. J'. Wright.
I). II . KVnnev,
C. It. WoodwVd.
K. A. Smith.
(.'. W. IIeIiderso;i,
S. St.iats Tiiyloi.
S. Walters, '
Balpli P. Mveis.
H. A. Oo!dt' in.
heinoeratii: Prineinks.und th 3
Inrerestsof the Vet an
W. V,'. Wright A if.-. Geo. O. Koehh-r
Sol. A. Silver.
O. M. Alden.
A. P. Shroedi'i'.
W. B. Orear.
W. I-). Oholsi.ii.
Win. M. William-.
C. P. Stuart.
J. Burger & Bv
Wm. 1. mi wig
A. W. Py.-ttt.
0. II ty thorn.
To Messrs. H. H. Candec. Will. il. Or. en,
Wm. B. Oilhert, P. S. Kent, V. W. Whit
ledge. W. P. HaUid-iy. J. S. Barcley. Col.
S. M. Taylor, K. II. Ciinniiiiiighain and
Your very lUtlelin Ii j'.l -.t thai I le
main in your city and give another dra
matic reading, is just received. With
'-ratcful thanks I accept your kind otf'T,
and would suggest in t Wedne-day even
iuir. Dec. 17. And I -hall strive my utmost
to further merit your good oriinion
' Yours Hcspi'ctl'ully.
Bki.i.k O u k.skv.
1. KTTKI! LIST.
AMsTll!-- 1KTTKIIS UKMAIMMi 1 MM t,Kl
KOIt IN TIIK I'OSTOKKK K l I MHO. 1 1,1. , ;K-
ci;ifi.n 12ru, S7lJ.
to a great deal of talk on the
stion" and since uobodv seemed
ghly understiind it, we resolved to
give the above facts and figure, and present
thein this morniug Willi the hope that they
may ptivc interesting anl in 4 rue live to
Ilarker. l''Winic Mr
liruwii. ( ntbriiic Mis
( 'aai'V, l.tir.y M'
Klll.e, l.iittii: Mis.
I.IIIhuI. Mnry J:ine
Muss. Marou .Vis
Morse. Anna Mi""
I'lu'lpa. I.Uah tli
Itogi s, Ki'tii'i ca. Ml'
Sheiton, Iila Miy Mis
Weaver. Nctir llin
A Journal tin- the Home Circle, the Of
fice, the More and the Counting.
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Uvit Iine I'liili or lens will be pnbl'mbed lor'.'.'.
rcntM evurv Insertion; 1 month, l.,Vi;.'l mom lis uitli
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Otllce In r.Mirt Uou'e,
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or i-.l.tered leii.-r, at our rik, (ilve' I'uST.
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pnttly worn, biUHiiltubli' fur postes or proeiumitin
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I'.rlnmr, paniKim aud duuble miullli letter' ami
ilidii. full mill I'.omiileii', , wh.'iotii ".e.',' ami
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John T. lACiimie,
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i 1 Honed plum' l heller pn.pured tlinti ever f.ti'
miiniiliintm-lnii Mwmn htiirliien nnd Mill Vaelilnsrv ,
llnvlntf it hteaiu lliitnmer mid uinpie Toola, Min
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Slemnhoii mid lli-Hlue Korultt.... tuiule a ..nouLUvv
Kspi't Ini MieollMU kIvvii to repairs ol ! lu tnl
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