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THE DAILY CAIttO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3. 1330.
ALL AM'KilTTSEMKNTs In tb! column, of
Hv liuMMi-Ii or k-M uiil bo pab'.Uhed lnrvS
vuu irv lnTil.iuil mouth, t. :;') mouth "lib;
out rhnuirv. $i .A per mnistb. Huh additional
Hue, 5 ch1. frituattoii waaKdfire. ,
W Ikv t th Rtilletln nftt.w. now from the fur
tor, a No. ti. Vonler. Itahmanu Co. tv, that we
will sell l l bargain.
Counter. helvlng and other aaloon fixture for
tale, at a bargain, m.o.uotim..
It, ottiiti) aaent
Too Anherv property on lloihrook ave.a Cheap
U a (rood teuant. M. J. llomnv. H. fa. Agent.
Owkeru and pnrahaer tf real oalate In Cairo
hnnld he mire their have a lonri title. I am no
prepared to fcruWli abstract t re.wiiabln rate
Olfiou lu Court House.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
SYrBRC9 AT THE POST OKKltE IN tAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECONO-CLASS MATTEU.
OFFICIAL PAPEK OV ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Moruini Daily iu Southern Illinois,
Cairo. 111.. December .11 trt.
Time. Bar. 'i'her. liain. Wind. Yd Weather.
8 a m .;i
11 " :w.4!
Matiuium Temperature. 4.i; Mlnlunim Tem
perature.. SS : ; Itoinfail. o.Wl nch.fl .
STi't Sit::! Corn. IT. S. A.
Advertisements iu local cohtmns 10 cents
per line, each insertion.l
Swear off. boys, but not too frequently.
The Illinois Press association will meet
in Chicago on the 19th of February.
This is 13H0 ami the year in which- we
elect a Democratic president.
Considerable local matter is crowded
out this-morning and will appear to-morrow.
In another column will Ik; found n com
munication from M. Theile, of Morley, Mis
souri, on sugar growing. It will be found
Wanted help on book sewing, for a
few days. Apply at Tub I'.ci.i.ktin bind
ery, corner Washington avenue and Twelfth
Trade flourished as usual yesterdny.
Merchants doing either the wholes;vi- or
retail business were hard at work supply
ing their customers.
The Chicago Times, referring to the
stalwart cry of fraud iu the Maine count,
remarks that the men who stole the Repub
lic are amazingly afYraielsotne one will gob
.ble a state.
Last Saturday the Secretary of State
licensed the Lewis Iron company ot Jack
son couuty, capifal $170,000; corporators,
B. W. Lewis, Edward Walsh. Sr., Solomon
Humphreys, Win. Spear and Amos Catling.
Miss Htittic M. Robinson, daughter of
Judge Geo. S. Robinson, of Sycamore,
Ills., is visiting her friend, Miss Cyntha J.
Lutt.rell, daughter of Mrs. M. A. Payne, on
corner ot Eleventh and Walnut streets.
'Everybody is respectfully solicited to
furuish us items of news," says the Sun.
The public need not concern itself, however.
The Bl'M.ktix has faithfully performed its
duty in this regard in the year, past and will
not fail in 1880.
Johu'Heige, whose leg was threatened
with amputation some time ago, and for
whose benefit the Rough and Ready tiro
i.!.il u iTui-f ia..ni.ft.il,lf ttlllll nf
money, is still guttering severely. T he poor
fellow is having a hard time of it, indeed.
Mrs. C. D. VnnDrnvcr and her daugh
ter, MissEflie, spent the holidays with Mr.
C. R. Woodward's family. Miss Ellie re
turned to her home inlMJuoin yesterday
afternoon, but her mother were continue
.. ... .i . .;. ,:i t 1 ...
iff-y-lfcU-Hr-yu." city nam .uiiiuiiiv.
Since l."i0, when the law iv(iiinngtlie
Illinois Central RailnmJ company to pay
into the slate treasury, m lieu of nil taxes
seven per cent, ot its gross earnings, went
int.) effect, the state has received $7,9:!,
70)4 51 on receipts of $lO:i,V4,47.'i 41.
The report current tliitt the veteran
showman, Dan. Rice, luu been converted to
religion by Moody and Snnkey, is untrue, so
far as the religious part of the storr is con
crned. Helms I we a, by them, caused to
FDatidouthe use ot liquor, which In the
-nd, may prove to have been the first step
toward hi conversion to Christ,
, Our merchants should not think that
because the holidays are over they should
make no further dibit to secure business
It is in the dull times the wise merchant
doubles his endeavors to this end and his
principal channel is the medium of adver
tisiug. He knows it pays him, and with
this idea he spends his money and profits
' We aie informed by Mr. W. W. Wooten
'that Mr. Gallighcr's statement to the effect
that he sent a stranger to his houe with in-
nt ructions to ask $15 for the return of his
thlr. Oalligher's) mule is untrue. We
know nothing ulmirt the mutlcr and henco
have no opinion of , our own on it. We
make this statement ol Mr. Woolen's, how
I'vcr, and let it hvu what weight it iiiyv
Mr. A. C. Aiuger, of Pulaski, is iu the
city Introducing a small mechanical article
that will revolutionise clothe washing, do
awuy with washboards cntiivly nnd make
wishlngday instead of a htgWar in the
ftmilynn.1 house, almost tadiyif J'-x-rea-
thm. lit' will diiiin'iz his stay visit the
houses of our citizens and show the work
im:sof his little appliance until it is fairly
introduced, after that it will speak font
The new year's callers were not out m
their usual force Thursday, nor was the
"open house" so numerous as in the years
gone by. The callers complain of havinjr
been left iu the dark as to where they
would be welcome owing to the failure
of the ladies to send their names to the
papers -and io passed many of their friends
bv on the other side, A basket or a colored
lady nt the door serves to dampen' the
order ot tho most enthusiastic new year's
-Dr. Ranch, of the State Board of
Ifealili. who has been making a series of
examinations of the Illinois river and canal
for the purpose of discovering the extent of,
and the remedy for the pollution of the
canal and river in consequence of the dis
charge of Chicago sewerage, has arrived at
the conclusion that the only recourse is the
re-cstablishmeut of the old pumping works
at the junction of the Chicago river and the
canal. He will recommend this plan to the
State Board at its next meeting ou the 8th
We agree with the Du Quoin Tribune
when it says that of all the winters we have
ever had this one beats the oldest inhabi
tant for disagreeable weather. Prof. Make
was pretty near correct when he said: "De
cember would be like November, only more
so." We've had the more so to our heart's
content and now want winter if we can have
it. If we can't have winter, give us spring,
summer or autumn, but not any more "more
so." We have had enough ; in fact we be
lieve we could lived had we had less of this
damp, foggy, murky, nasty weather, which
is ugly enough to make u man hate his
mother-in-law-, or any other near and dear
Speaking of newspaper "Personals,"
here are some from the Mt. Carmel Regis
ter that are exceedingly spicy and inter
esting. They give the whereabouts of a
few of the "Doctors" of Wabash county :
One (name suppressed) was Indicted for
Dr. (name not given because he
is now practicing) is said to have served a
term in the penitentiary for bigamy.
Dr. Perrin "went up the road" one year
Dr. Collins is serving a three year's sen
tence in the penitentiary tor assault to
Dr. Rossuy fled the country to escape
punishment for assault to rape.
Mrs. Dr. Collins was indicted for assault
Dr. Furgeson is now iu jail charged with
THE REFORM CLUB.
A OOOIJ CllOWI) I.ISTKNS TO A OOOO SI'KKCH
IS TltK HKKOItM HAM. CAST JilOHT.
A good crowd of ladies and gentlemen
met in the linlWui I'luh room ituiu lust
lit, notwithstanding . the disagreeable
weather. The hall was not full, but con
tained more people than we expected to see
assembled there, especially since no attrac
tions had been advertised.
President Geo. Fisher, who, we believe
has not missed a meeting since he was
elected president of the club, was again on
hand nnd called the meeting to order. Af
ter singing several songs and transacting
different business without public interest,
Dr. Petrie, of this city, was called upon for a
The doctor took the platform and
ielivered a very able address of
almost an hour's duration.' He coin-
pared the enjoyment the Reform
luh furnished to the enjoyment
found iu our palace saloons nnd referred,
in this connection, to the people one came
in contact with in the hall, to the mottoes
mi the walls, to the music, and commented
upon the superior influence they exerted to
the attractions lo be found in saloons. The
peaker then referred to Sampson, and
other Bible worthies, saying that God had
always choeu those men to perform great
deeds who had been announced by the
angi Is as not drinking wine or strong
drinks. He spoke of the teachings of the
Bible in regard to temperance at some
length and said that every misister of the
gospel shoud bo an advocate of temperance,
which remark was received with applause
John Wesley, the founder of the church to
which lie belonged had advocated it a hun
dred and ten years ago and his teachings
yet lived and were felt, The Catholic
church also taught temperance ami to its
glorious efforts in the cause was duo much
good that resulted therefrom. The speaker
referred to the fact that the Catholic
churches taught temperance to children' nnd
and dwelt upon it that it should be taught
by mothers to their children while the mind
was yet susceptible to impressions. He
related several aneedptes in this
relation that well 'illustrated his
meaning aud were to the point
Although many good things were said by
tho'doctoi we find room for the repetition
of but few nnd must content ourselves with
saying that tho speech, all through, was
tilt Al unit mo mill iAiUiiliUMHt nJi ..Il
tun r-uw iuv . i v J' iivv "UP Vtt.ll U
ccivet by the audience, and had the effect
of Hdding three new members to the club.
After the speech another song was sung,
when President Fisher made a few remarks.
He believed the club should, in the future,
take more Interest lit ' those who Joined it
than it had lu the past. Tho ucqiiaiiitauce
of new members should bo cultivated and
they should be mndo to feel that tho older
members of the club were interested in
them. He also suggested persoiuil work.
There were seven days in tho week and
every member of the club could certainly
(hid out ot the seven days onu
day on which ho could devote a tew
hours in personal work for the cause of
temperance. And should this be done, ho
was satisfied glorious results would follow.
It wns then announced that the ladies
would meet in the hall on .Thursday after
noon, at 3 o'clock shurp, and a good fltleml
unce was desired. . ,
Capt. Williams, whose eagle eye had
been wandering around the hall, about
this time caught the shapely form of Mr.
.TohnV Hogan, across the hall, and tit
once announced that gentleman's presence,
and suggested that he be invited to speak.
He was accordingly announced to speak in
the hall on Friday night next. Tin1 club
Johu Finarty was arrested by Orliecrs
Winis and Tyler ou a charge of drunk, and
disorderly, and Justice Comings sent him to
to the cooler for nine days.
"General Grant" is in lock up. The
General is a colored lad known to many of
ourOTtizcns.HY&ardeuod customer for one
ot his age. On iNew Year's day he guzzKal
too much stale beer and was taken in on a
charge of drunkenness. He will serve four
J. H. Mitchell, a man of line personal
appearance, of much more than ordinary
intelligence, and a druggist by profession,
has been loitering about the streets of the
city for the last month, begging from house
to house and spending whatever came into
his hands for whisky. He has served two
ot three terms in the city jail,
and wns arrested again yesterday
by Officer Schuckers on a charge
of vagrancy, lie was taken before Justice
Robinson who find him fifty dollars and
sent him to the city jail for fifty-three days
In Justice Robinson's court Mart Logan'
was the first victim called up. Mart was
picked up early on New Year's morning by
Officer Schuckers on a charge of drunken
ness. When taken in tow by the officer
Mart could give, no account of himself
further than that his home was at Eddy
ville. Kentucky, and his uncle was a white
general in the confederate army during the
late war. He was lined one dollar and
cost. and u triend stepped up aud paid the
amount tor him.
SOME BUSINESS MEN
WHO IK) NOT aVuKTISK IN THE llt l.l.K'J'IN,
HIT WHO BY IHMNO SO MIOIIT tSl'HKAK
is the proprietor of the large grocery store
situated ou the corner of Sixth and Com
mercial avenue. No house carries a larger
or more complete tock in tho grocery line
nnd none does a larger retail busies.. Mr.
Kluge'smany years experience in the gro
cery business iu this city has taught him
the wants of not only the people of Cairo,
but also those of Kentucky and Missouri
hence his business is not confined lo this
city. All may hero depeii'.l upon beug po
litely treated and receiving the worth of
A. W. PIATT
is tho proprietor of the auction huusc near
the corner of Eigath and Commercial aven
ue. He has on hand a large stock of house
hold goods of every character and descrip
tion, both new and second-hand. Every
thing in the furniture, carpet, parlor and
bedroom work can be found at this house
in endkss variety. These comprise every
thing novel and substantial ami are offered
for sale at prices that cannot be objected to
by any one. Mr. Pyatt is honest and lion-
tble in all his dealings and deserves the
K.NTF.l'I'RIsK SAVIXtlS HANK.
This institution which may bo found in
the City National Bank building on tho
levee is an old and reliable bunk, estabhsh-
d for the benefit of those of onr citizens
who desired a place for the deposit of their
weekly savings. Deposits of tho smallest
amounts are received ami iutertvt is paid
thereon. The bank is one of the soundest
in Illinois, and its conductors tiro gentlemen
of ability ami integrity, who have the confi
dence of the entire community.
whose jewelry store canbofouud, on Com
mercial avenue, near the comer of Eighth
street, are gentlemen who have no superiors
as watchmakers and manufacturing jewel
ers. They have constantly on hand u largo
stock of watehes, clocks, gold and silver
plated ivai'tfc etc., which they sell at reasona
ble prices. They tiro business men of intcg
rilyaud customers can velycm receiving the
worth of their money.
n. k. iicaki:
whois known to quite all our citizens as a live
and thorough business man, has, at his busi
ness house on tho corner of Eleventh street
uiid Commercial, one of tho largest uud
finest stocks of wall paper, window curtain?,
etc., over brought to this city. He nlsodculs
largely in paints and window glass takes
contracts for painting and glazing and In
variably gives satisfaction to all who lmvc
dealings with him. He has been in his
present business a number of years, tlmr
oughly understands it, and we heartily tec
ouimend him to the public.
c. it. WOOOWAKD,
has for a number of years beea one of the
leading merchants of this city, and is tho
proprietor of the Novelty Iron Store on tho
levoe one of tho largest and most success
ful hardware houses in this state. All
kinds of hardware, iron, wagons, agricult
ural implements, guns, nails, flue cutlery,
etc., can be found here. All these articles
selected with great care, and bought at
the lowest figure that can bo obtained by
the largest buyers in England or America,
can bo found in great variety at this com
modious establishment. Mr. Woodward is
a business man of flno tulcnt who has his
business systnuitically arranged iu such a
antier that enables him to give each de
paitiuent his personal attention. Orders
from abroad always receive prompt and
The clothing house of I. Farnbaker, on
Commercial avenue, is one of the success
ful houses of its kind in this city. The
business done lor the past years by his
house has been immense and the reasons
for this are that they keep on hand only
goods that are fresh and fashionable and of
the best quality. But the success of this
house must principally.be attributed to the
fact that it lets tho people know, through
the press, its offers, doings and intentions.
In fact, throught their advertisements,
"Farnbaker, the Clothier," has become a
household word iu Southern Illinois
For Hie Cauio Bu.i.btin:
Muucky. Scolt Co. Mo.', Dec. 1S7D.
South East .Missouri is looming up as a
sugar producing region. Experiments
here tho past summer with tho early amber
sugar cuuo proves this section to be admir
ably adapted to the production of sugar
from the new variety of cane called early
umber, besides several smaller experiments.
A Mr. S. J. Tompkins of St. Louis, has
operated here quite largely by planting
several hundred acres. Both the
pane ami the seed have increased
iu size and quality and the syurp made
liave been of a very fino grade, meeting
with quick sales at remunerative prices
among the largest wholesale dealers of St.
Louis, commercial bakers prefering it to the
best quality of New Orleans molasses form
erly used by them. The syrup is easily granu
lated, producing from to IU pounds of
the finest grade of brown sugar to the gallon
of syrup. Mr. Tompkins is so well pleased
with southeast Missouri of the experiment
ing in 'several other localities that he has
permanently located here and is preparing
to put up buildings with suitable steam ma
chinery' to manufacture here ou a
large scale next summer. Tho people here
feel a deep interest in the experiments and
have no doubt of its complete success. From
St. Louis south the amber cane, if planted
early, ripens two crops from once planting,
ach yielding from l.)0 to 300 gallons of
syrup to the acre, and from 10 to 20 bushels
of seed to the acre each.crop, which is worth
as much lor feed as corn aud is said to pro
duce from 00 to 35 pounds of flour to the
bushel hilly equal to tho best quality of
buckwheat flour. Mr. Tompkins expect
to manufacture into syrup and sugar about
I,."i00 acres of amber cane the coming sum
mer, x ours respectfully.
The Cairo. Prices Current.
Office Washington Aveuue.
(Corner Twelfth Street.)
Thk Cauio Pairiss-CcititiNT U pahllhd every
Tai-mlay suit KrldsT from tin; office of Tub Cairo
Bn.ixrrx, nnd l In tended to tfve a true report of
toe condition of tlm market on diy of piMlradoii,
and ton pulilisuer timsM that full and complete
quotation will he yi veil by the buiOnc men of the
TEUMS. One cent per copy. On a'.! orders of
li or more, of name date, the snlicriber' tv.ae
will bn printed without extra charae. Order for
extra conic mnul be received bv M o'o'.ooU. ..
ou day of piilill.;atlou.
Thciisdai Evemnii, Jar;. 1, W0.
The New Year opens gloomy and uum
vftiug so far as the weather is comx-rned.
The sun did not show his face through the
murky clouds that covered the sky all day.
The streets are a sea of mud throu-.'h which
it is almost impossible to drivel
Business does not open very brisk for tin?
beginning of 18S0, but to-day can hardly be
one from which to judge as nearly a!'
houses closed iu observance of tho New
FLOUR Steady and without' mateiial
HAY Best grades are very plenty and
a little neglected. Prices on choice are
shaded about one dollar. The demand, for
medium grades continues fair and prices
CORN Steady and uuehaujrod.
OATS Stocks are lair and demand
MEAL A shade higher.
BUTTER Heavy stocks an I a dull
market ts all that can be said.
EGGS rienty, ia fact over stocked and
a drug on the market.
CHICKENS-We note a little improve
ment in tho condition ot tho market.
Other branches ot tho market remain
about the same as last quoted.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTH.-Tbri nricci bora jiveu are tor aalit from
llvsl hands (a roitud loti. Aa advance 1
t'lur.vi for erokou lull laUKtn' orders.
am) hhla Va'lotm ......
'J00 " varionn.,,,.
Mo " Family
..... B VMS 75
4 car Choice, timothy
8 car Rod Tod
3 cam Prlmo 'timothy
1 c.t ml sod
$ II 00
2 can tilled In hulk
Scars whltii in ballj.., ,
8crs mlxod hulk
t! car cnotce, mined lu bulk
Scum white Inbuilt..-
car mired lu nnck
lctrvbmcv white in hulk
ana bM City
J Citri- it Hack...,
. 3 -il)
15 pkfis. Southern (lllunlii P.ill iWiis
JK) lb. Choice Northern ij
.500 lb. Choice Northei u ((nil H
111 pliK" Choice Noitlinru Roll ii
liXll!). Soiitbtru lllinnin pjjj
T)D dznn , HVfiM
Jlcoo',' mixed I W.V Tl
BcoopB it.lxed ; in t'.ji 4 M
1cqo; liuu i :r.
Wfl I'm PreK,.(l, per lb........ 't
Lire, pur do:'. 7 "
Dreed. pv t!o. 4 Oftj,; 0 )
.m bill Hen Ditvi-' 4 no
Mi " Choice Wiue tfat '-'
V) bhl Choke Midlife. 4
i bbl. Varieties I $ 45
0 bbl. B iJ. tf:ot"i) '
bbl 4 7)
r. B. lu bulk . 5
t:)0 obi" f B - 1 i
Wild Tutktj ...
Ham, ctnvaHed S C
H i II
Lite 11: j.'
Iiren'-d K s
p4a.b. b'v till -yi '1
Cbe cK a) J i3i
'I O '
. $; ( 1
if, " . ')
. s unit;-', .m
,. 7 illliiftll :l
RAT2 OF FHili'lir.
N a '.'.,.. r. riiMr 1
Mitii Flo tr . . ;,
Pouid frii(,'h' I
V.'if fr-'iht below M;u;i'... !' . ,
h-i .lr-d: cia'a i"ir liV
FINE AND NKV
TaM- cutlery, pocket cwtl:-ry. t. iv.lr.ce.tt
carvcts. toilet H-ts, razors, revolvt-tv "kir.-?.
latiips aici fixture, bird e"ig';-. all .in U v:
heatias: and cooking w, hoi '.''. wan-.
etc., it C. W. li;.Ny:-:8H's.
Couitiiercial avetue ( oe. s-.
The fsideiicv of Henry We!'.. ei:ibi.ic
iug eight h ts. a line two ry h.otwe wirh
ten room iu good repair, !:iri;e ciste-ru.
go,).i two-,tory stable, fruit trees, etc.. til'i.
perfect. We will sell at puUic auction to
the highest bidder. $lnii() ca!i, bal'ince in
tlin.e and rive yea; s. sale will take place
January 1st, lO.'it II o'clock, a.m.. 0:1
the premise, corner of Hot brook avmue
aud 'th street, Or will sell at private sale
at our oftec in the court houte.
M. Kastkhixw & C ).
Ileal Estate Ai.its.
CH lMH'iWI AS JT HAND,
And U finds.!. nUKGEU, the Dry CKals King, fully prepared with a treuiendou st ck
of Ladies' and Gent's Ties-tlie largest ct or brought to Cairo a most elegant lino of
Linen Cuff and Collars, Ladies', Mics aud Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Cor
sets, Ktichcs and the htte.st style of Fancy Kibbotn, Uer.unrul Bhu.k mid Colored Cash
meivs; 100 Cloaks. $t.M to $10, worth 1-1 ; an elegant lino of Dolmans for the lowest
prices. ow uthe time to buy your Christmas goods. We do not advertise what
will not J-. Call and examine our stock. . ,
Having dissolved partnership witt,
Major, we have opened a shop on Co!
cial avenue between 1 1 til and 13th
All kinds of curries, buggies, plows
wagons, also all kimis of edgo tools, i
picks, cfx., made to order, nnd rep.tiru
done promptly and cheaply. yeai.
practice and experience enables us to "iut
anteo all work to give satisfaction. Buggy
faulting and tnrr.ming done at prices to
suit the times. Mr. P. Gadbois, the car
riage maker, is connected with us and is
always r?ady to accommodate customers.
Miwes TEssitn 3i Sons,
Wintku is Urox us an-i every person
must ho supplied with good boots or shoes.
The place to buy them is at C. Koch's shoo
st( re, No. 90, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where you will al
ways rind the best ot St. Louis and Citicin
uati hand-made boor, and shoes on lu'..l
and sold very low. The public will rind it
to their interest to call and examine prices
and goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Also, always on hau-l a complete st.i.tc of
leather and finding.
PIMKKSSION'AL .' A liDS-pn Y If l A S.
y II. MAREAN. M. D,.
Homeopathic I'liyMidaii an 1 Surgeon.
..Ill,:',- ti C imeriv v-uue. P.,,,H,D,-,. rrr,cr
" mrteeuta !.. and W nhiiuMti ateuiie.ra.ro.
E W. .WHITL0V5.
Cig-lttli tv.'i Nl'itb tit."?':'.
.. W. C. JOIELYN.
D K N T 1ST.
CK'K'-a-B S'ifi ST.';!. n. irCo-uu-c.i' Avrme.
.VOfARY I't BLb'.
.Votary I'uMic and Conveyancer.
OWcK.-Wirj ti? VMowV aadOorjiaaa.- IU
lift! Aid society.
J" IN EG A P. S: LANSD2N,
o??ica-K. v. e.ruw.: A-a-i-
Q L. WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio Levee.
Boat Storet uinl (.roceries,
OI'K.V NIC;il-'.' AM) DAY.
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,i'..l-'i' r it. he a iu j-aia. oa band 11 1 t-.i-
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4T. LOUS. CAIRO AND PADLCAU.
Tj Z.af -ter'ui. Paaj Stea -r
Si CHAMPION &m
A w' B;r. cirk.
I.-!a f e-T Moanar ami Tnar.i. Ur
'r-.e f. ! or., ri-l tr laudio ' for
k;u tr tin t sol A siLYKlf
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t!i t:bj.Ht o'li-tltelv mid fn.
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