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OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND OOTJNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thl column, eight cent per line for
tret and five centi tier line etch inbeequent Inter
lion. For one month, 50 cent per line.
The Groat Triple X.
"XXX Beer," tho finest malt produc
tion ever brought to tins city, tins just been
received in Urge quantities by Mr. Louji
C. Herbert, near tho corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. Tho
'tripple X". is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy bcaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and trv the "XXX."
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to boII ice by the car
load, or by tho pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of th city during summer, serving
ice to customers in. quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
tho Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Waiid.
Cairo City Water Works Company.
The books for subscription to the capital
stock of the above named company are now
open at the following places: Geo. O'Hara'g
drug store, 0. D. Williamson & Go's store,
F. Korstneyer's, Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovee,
I. Farnbaker & Co's, Cor. Seveath and
Commercial, Barclay Bro's, Cor. Eighth
and Washington avenue. And will remain
open for subscription until Wednesday 17th
at 13 o'clock, noon.
Walton W. Weight,
Secretary ot Commissioners.
August 10th, 1881.
I3f Argus copy.
To AH Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby jriven that we, the un
dersierned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Green field
Howe Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to be the best made. Borden,
Selleck & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
A second-hand piano, in good order and
a first-class instrument. Price $150. Ap
ply to Mrs. E. A. Burnett, No. 32 Tenth
Use The Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Dr. K Hue's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
AH fits stopped free. Send to V31 ArcD
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Eight new cottages on Fifth street and
M. J. Howlev, Real Estate Agent.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Argand" is tho boss coal oil cook
tove for summer work. Over two hundred
sold in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, tho Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all others. These stoves are for
sale by C. W. Hrndkhbon,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
Received daily at Teter Saup's store, on
Ohio Levee near Sixth street, fresh from
his farm, and sold at low figures.
Woumr, that universal diBcase in child
hood, can bo thoroughly cured by the use
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. E
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (4)
Two houses and lots, on south side of
Nineteenth street, near Commercial avenue,
M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
Weduesday night, at John A. Reeve's auc
hon house, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue, large assortment of Crock
ery and Glassware, Furniture, Stoves, Dress
Goods, Ladies' Ware and Notions.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice in thee eoinmne, tan uou per line,
eecu lunaruvo. jnamei!
Hattie 8. an
cigar, at Schuh's.
Last accounts show a slight irrprov?.
inent in the condition of the President.
Another mule used in filling railroad
street laid down and died yesterday fore
noon Nearly all tho brewers of St. Louis
have restored tho price of beer to $8 per
-Penn&ttmd have dissolved partner
ship, Mr. Pcnn buying his partner out. He
will continue the business alone.
-The river yesterday morning was
twelve feet above low water mark ; in the
evening it was eleven and a half feet.
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn had a neat and novel
sign erocted In front of his music store on
Comiocrciat avenue, yestcaday.
The old building standing at the north
east corner ot Fourteenth and Walnut
strectAaa been torn down and a new one
will be built.hy Mrs. Geek.
Yesicrday the thcrmometor at the sig
nal service office in this city marked one
hundrod degrees, which was tho highest on
record in that office since the summer of
A man an Italian, employed in the
kitchen of the "Halliday" was overcome
with heat yesterday afternoon and last night
was not expected to recover. Ho lives on
County Clerk numm, Sheriff Hodges
and Judge R. S. Yocuni, who wero out in
the county some days ago for the purposo
of valuing forfeited lands, report that only
about four small tracts in all were forfeited.
Jim Orange has been behaving rather
strangely for a week or more and some pco
plo have expressed themselves as fearful
that he is deranged and may do some one
an injury in ono of his mad fits.
The committee of arrangements of the
Young People's Temperanco society
have decided to give a lawn sociable in pre
ference to a moonlight excursion on Tues
day night. The placo has not yet been de
Commodore Davidson's Mississippi
river boats refuse to land at Quincy, bo
cause the city levies too heavy a wharfage
tax. The city has already lost more money
in that way than it will regain by wharf
age in five years.
The family ol Mr. tu. V. Ford was in
creased by two vest ord ay near noon. Both
are boys, one weiching seven pounds and
the other eight. They are the first twins in
the family and, so tar as is known, the first
boys of the season.
Mr. II. A. Hannon has sold the frame
building which stood near the Arab engine
house and the owner is now moving it
down Seventh street toward Walnut street,
where it will be fitted up for a dwelling
2 One of the strange things which has
occurred every day for four or five day
past is that monads of black swallows are
flying over the city from north to south and
at a distance of not more than fifty feet
from the ground.
On Tuesday night some one stole
fine gross grain silk dress from Lulu Gray,
a down town cypnan, and hid it under the
large water tank in the Illinois Central rail
road yards, where Marshal Myers found it
Messrs. J. B. Bibb and Stephen Bird
give notice in special locals, that they will
apply to the board of comruisoioncrs of
Alexander county, at its next regular meet
ing, for a license to run a ferry boat be
tween Cairo and Greeufield's Landing.
Mr. Marshal Johnson and Mrs. Elilie
Vaults, both of Rushe's Ridgo, were hastily
married by Magistrate Comings in his
court room on Eighth street yestordsy
evening. Tney departed lor home immedi
ately after the knot was tied.
The Business Men's Moderation socie
ty of New York city, has appointed a com
mittee to investigate the processes used in
the manufacture of malt liquors, with a
view to prevent the adulteration of liquors
and to enforce by law the sale of pure beer.
While the Arab fire company was
drawing its engino up Ohio levee after the
fire in the Illinois Central freight car on
Tuesday had been put out, the lopes on tho
engine broke in two or three different
places. The engine has been supplied with
a new rope.
Messrs. John Henderson and George
Snooke went over to Ballard county, Ken
tucky, on Tuesday afternoon, and in a two
hours hunt killed twenty-six squirrels. They
advise all lovers of squirrel-hunting, to go
there and guarantee that they will not bo
The Bulletin acknowledges the re
ceipt of an invitation to attend tho Lake
Bluff Convocation of temperance people, to
be held at Lako Bluff, near Lake Michigan,
commencing on the 20th and continuing
until the 2i)th of this month. Miss Francis
E. Willard is president of the convocation.
William Gale, the English pedestrian,
finished 6,000 quarter miles in 0000 conse
cutive ten minutes, and continued on the
track for fourteen additional quarters. lie
then shouted out that he would bet $500 to
$1,000 that he could commence at once and
cover five hundrod miles within seven days
A training-stable on a race-courso near
Lexington, Ky., was burned at daylight on
Monday. Out of sixteen horses prcpainng
for the fall meeting, Bowen's Carrie Han-
ion and Eagles gray colt, Knox, wore
burned to death and the others greatly in
jured, by dashing madly around tho course
Secretary Lincoln lately did a graceful
thing in asking Gen. Hancock to command
the troops at the Yorktowu Centennial. An
administration loses nothing in popular es
teem by such courtsics to members of tho
opposition. Are we really to have, as a re
sult of Guiteau's bullet, an era of good
feeling! It looks not unlikely 1
The telegraph reported ono hundred
and forty-eight deaths as having occurred
in New York on Saturday afternoon and
unday morning. Sixty of these were caused
by heat, and a largo number by scarlet
fever and dlphteria. Up until last week
the season has been exceptionally hoalthy
ew xorit, and it is not likely that tho
aw ot mortality named above will con-
mlb .idow of -P""Mont Millard
FlllmorUlyin,M her homo In Buffalo,
W. n dattgwnri, ill from a stroke of ap.
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1881.
wholly unconscious, and hor attending phy
sician has given up all hope of recovery.
This is the second attack. From tho first
one, which occurred last fall, she had al
most entirely recovered. She is about 02
years of age.
Persons wishing to subscribe to the
stock of tho Cairo City Wator Works Com
pany are given an opportunity to do so
from to-day, as maybe seen from a notice
of tho incorporators in special local column.
Books have been left at five different
places in the city, and all interested should
hasten to subscribe, so that the company
may be in working order as Boon as pos
sible. Henry G. Vennor is wanted at Mount
Olive, Montgomery county for breach of
promise. Ho is a Canadian, wears a mus
tache, and parts his hair in the middle. It
is said that he speaks twelve different lan
guages. The lady in question is said to be
a prominent and respectable society belle.
Cairo also wants him upon the same charge.
For several days his promises concerning
the weather have not been fulfilled.
The maximum temperature fur six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga,Tonn., 96; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 93; Davenport, Iowa, 85; Dubuque,
Iowa, 79; Keokuk, Iowa, 92; LaCrosse,
Wis., 81; Leavenworth, Kas., 99; Louis
villo, Ky., 94; MemphisTerm., 101; Nash
ville, Tenn., 08; Omaha, Neb., 96; Pitts
burs. Pa.. 93: Shrevcnort. La.. 99: 8t.
Louis, Mo., 100; St. Paul, Minn., 85;Vicks
burg, Miss., 00 ; North Platte, Neb., 06;
Yankton, Dak., 90; Dodge City, Kan., 0G;
Bismarck, Dak., 93.
Durinir the present week the comet
will begin to get its work in. Vennor say
that we may expect lots of weather on the
10th, when the eccentric visitor is nearest
the sun. There is no scientific foundation
for expecting anything unusual at this
enoch. The comet rises now soon after
midnight a"d if our horizon wero not usu
ally so very hazy, might possibly be seen
late in tho evening very low down in the
north, northwest. It will begin to be con
spicuous to tho naked eye the latter part of
the week, when the moonlight will no
longer eclipse it.
Kate Sheltey.tho youug Iowa girl who,
under great difficulties and much risk to
herself warned an oncoming passenger
train of a broken-down bridge and thus
saved it from destruction, is to have a fund
as a reward for her bravery. She is sixteen
years of age, the eldest daughter of a fami
ly of four children, and lives with her
mother in poor circumstances. It is sug
gested by Mr. II. Heroic in the St. Louis
Republican that each and every commercial
traveler throughout the United States con
tribute $1 as a memorial fund for the
brave Kate Shelley. Though seemingly a
small contribution, in the aggregate it
would amount to over $100,000.
The celebrated Indian cnief, "Spotted
Tail," is dead killed by "Crow Dog" in a
fit of jealousy at Rosebud Agency last
Monday. Spotted Tail seems to have been
fortunate in getting up a boom for himself
in Sioux politics, and Crow Dog got envi
ous. In a more civilized community the
envious man would have started a scandal
of some kind with a woman or some for
gery in it, to kill off his political enemy,
but the Sioux do not take enough newspa
pers just at present, to make such policy
available, and Crow Dog waa compelled to
resort to more stringent measures. There
is reason to believe that his plan worked
quit,- as well as a scandal would have done.
To kill a man is one of the best ways in the
world to check his interference in politics.
Souio smooth talker has been travel
ing all over this county of late, buying up
old leathers, offering to pay twenty-five
cents per pound and to crive as many
pounds of new feathers in exchange for the
old at the same price. The price is much
too low, even for old feathers, but his offer
to sell new leathers for tho same price is
very often an inducement to farmers to sell,
and it appears that quite a number of them
have bitten at the bait. To tho inquisitive,
who ask him how he can afford to thus take
old feathers in exchange for new, ho replies
that an Orphan Asylum needs them for
pillows, etc., and that it can not uho new
feathers for that purpose. The man is evi
dcntly a swindler, and he could and un
doubtedly does renovate the old feathers
and sells them for from fifty to sixty cents
The Bin nil boy with a stick and hoop
has gotten to he a great nuisanco in Cairo.
Podcstrains as woll as persons in buggies
and wagons find him equally troublesome;
for he is not at all particular in the solec
tion of his play ground. In tho street, fol
lowed by a cloud ot dust, or on tho side
walk, yelling like a Comanche, he claims
tho right of way and takes it, often barely
escaping tho horse's hoofs and wagon
wheels in tho ono. and being a terror among
baby buggies, childreu and ladies oi the
other. Ho either goos it entirely blind or
follows his hoop wherever that may lead,
and that often leads his bead againBt a
telegraph post or a woll filled stomach, or
gets him badly tangled up with tho street
nursery. Not for the sake of the podos
trains stomach, the babies or the telegraph
posts, hut for the boy's own sake tho nut
sance ought to be abolished by force of
Matilda Burns was arrested by Officer
Tyler yesterday, for disorderly conduct
and fined five dollars and costs by Magis
Irono Burns, arrested by Officer Tylor
for disturbing the peace, was fined five dol
lars and costs by Magistrate Comings.
Jake Hubbard, an old negro, was arrest
ed upon a warrant sworn out against him
by Stonewalljackson Dcpriest, charging
him, the said Hubbard, with having stolen
a carpet sack from him, the said Stonewall
jackson. Hubbard plead guilty in the
court of Magistrate Comings and was held
in bonds to the amount of one hundred dol
lars, for his appearance at the next term of
the circuit courl. He failed to obtain the
bond and was jailed. The carpet sack and
contents were valued at five dollars,
John Lyons and Maurice Fitzgerald were
arrested by Marshal Myers charged with
having robbed one George Wyatt of forty
five dollars. They were tried by Magistrate
Comings and Fitzgerald was acquitted, but
Lyons was found guilty and bound over in
sum ot fivo hundred dollars for his appear
ance at the circuit court. He was sent to
the county jail for safe keeping. Tho cir
cumstances of the robbery are briefly as
follows: Wyatt is a citizen of Marion,
Ills., and he came down here on his way to
Dexter, Mo., to get his fainily,who are visit
ing relatives there. On Tuesday evening
he arrived here and after drinking a littlo
more than he could stand, he went to the
Vicksburg house to take supper. He had
just commenced eating when Lyons stepped
up to him and told him that the boat was
about to leave and that he must come im
mediately. He went with the man and
when the two got to Ohio Levee, n:ar the
foot ot Tenth street, they met the notorious
"Red" Dillon and all three walked on the
outsids of the levee, where Dillon and
Lyons, asgisteil by two othersr,obbcd Wyatt
of his money. "Red" Dillon, the worst
scoundrel of the four, had not been cap
tured yostarduy evening.
Miss Annie Pitcher has gone to Anna,
Judge Marchildon, from up in the coun
ty, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Joseph Roberts, of Mound City, was
in Cairo on business yesterday.
Mr. M. Eastcrday and family will leave
to-day for Nokomis, Ills., to spend about
three weeks with relatives.
Mr. 8. P. Bennett and family leave for
Dixon Springs this morning, to begone two
weeks or more.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Ellis and their son,
Burt, returned from St. Louis on Sunday.
Young Burt is able to be out again.
Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Geo.
S. Fisher will leave this afternoon on the
Gus Fowler forPaducahon business.
Rev. B. Y. George is in the city after a
few days absence. He will depart soon for
a longer stay in tho far north, however.
Captain J. W. Robinson, of Point Pleas
ant, Mo., was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jennings departed
last night for Chicago on their wedding
Mrs. B. F. Blake and Mrs. Robert Hinkle
left yesterday altcraoon pnijtlie steamer
"City of Greenville" for St. Louis, Mo., to
visit their sister," Mrs. S. S. Foster, for
about three weeks.
Miss Fannie Rudd, who has been here
for a short time visiting her brother, Mr. C.
T. Rudd, left the city yesterday far a short
visit to relatives elsewhere. She will re
turn in the course of a week or ten days.
A pleasant little affair was the wedding
of Mr. Andrew Jennings, of tho marble
yard firm, on T"nth street, and Miss Nellie
Cain, daughter of the luto Mr. Andrew
Cain. It was a very privote and therefore
a very quiet wedding; it took place at tho
residence of tho bride's uncle, on Walnut
street, between Seventh and Eighth Rtrcets
and the ceremony was performed by Father
Masterson, of St. Potrick's church. Mr.
Jennings' father the relatives ot the bride,
and a number of the friends of the couple
wero present nnd after the happy event a
tabic, spread with all manner of fancy
eatables and refreshments was besieged.
The Bulletin extends its congratulations.
CHANGES IN REAL ESTATE.
alkxandeu county august Oth and 10th.
W. W. McPhectors and wifo to Susan C.
Ireland; warranty deed, dated July 14th,
1881, for four acres, being Middle Point
saw mill block, in Santa Fe.
James C. Lightuor and wife to S. E.
Lifihtner; special warranty deed, dated
May 16th, 1881, lor lots eight and nine, in
block two, Thebes.
John T. Gaither and wifo to Mary A.
Daugherty; quit claim deed, datod July
21st, 1881, for north two acres ot saw mill
tract, in Santa Fe.
Taylor & Parsons to Joseph F. Groen
augh; dood, dated Juno 2!td, 1870, for lots
six to ninctocn inclusive, in block twenty;
throe to nlno inclusive, in block twelve and
lot ten, in block two, in tho first addition
to tho city of Cairo.
Taylor & Parsons to Joseph F. Green
augh ; deed, dated Juno 23d. 1870. for lots
ono to twonty-oight inclusive, in block
four, in the fourth addition to the city of
City nf Cairo to" Georgo; Lattner; deed,
dated June 10th, 1881, for lot five in block
fiftoon, in railroad addition to tho city ot
Susan E. Llghtnor ot at to John Gates;
quit claim deed, datod August 8th, 1881,
for Bouth half of northeast and south half
of southeast quarter, section twenty-five,
township fourteen, range two.
PITH AND POINT.
"This is the hottest summer
knew" Robcoo Conkiing.
Solomon was the first man who wanted
to part the heir in the middle.
Crowe, that Peoria infernal machinist,
sectns to be a very ordinary sort of a roos
ter. Youth is the tassel and silken flower of
love; ago is tho full corn, ripe and solid in
It may be better to be right than to be
president, but tho salary is smaller Bob
No life can be utterly miserable that is
heightened by the laughter and lovo of one
Why docs a sailor's bed rc3emble a wood
en ham? It doesn't! Ono is a hammock
and the other is a mock ham.
The circus has come and gone, and the
country papers that crstwhilo extolled its
glories to the sky, now blaspheme it as a
If released on bail, Guiteru proposes to
go to Europo for a month or two, and then
will come back and lecture.
Michigan is mourning thedcath of ex Gov
Bagley, and Buffalo that of Win. G. Fargo
two of the most remarkable Sdlf-made
men the northwest has ever produced.
Four men may eat green fruit with im
punity, but a fifth may try the experiment,
and an hour or so later be tied up in knots
with cramps. Why this is so, and who the
fifth fellow will be is ono of nature's great
The Cairo Short Line railroad will lower
all its station platforms even with the track.
The socialists of New York held a meet
ing to protest against the possible extradi
tion of Leo Hartinan.
The funeral of Orville S. Grant, who died
in a private asylum for the insane, was
held at Elizabeth, N. J. The eeneral. his
mothi Colonel Fred Grant, and .Mrs. Abel
R. Corbin were present.
The advance in grain caused two suspen
sions in Chicago. G. P. Comstock & Co.
have liabilities of over $100,000. A. J.
Mulloy has failed, but nothing can be
learned as to bis debts.
For several months past a Canadian com
mission has been taking testimony as to the
needs of the civil service. It now repp.s
that the mode of nomination through politi
cal iufluence is defective in the dcirree. and
earnestly urges the adoption of the English
system of competitive examinations.
A. D. Wheelock, a clerk In the employ of
J. C. Wolcott & Co., brokers, New York,
absconded with 40,000 n securities and
$15,000 in checks,
George I. Seney, the New York banker.
has sent another draft for $30,000 to the
Wesleyan Femalo college of Georgia, mak
ing $280,000 which he has given education
al institutions in that state this summer.
Secretary Foster stated in the house of
commons that the cause of the uncondition
al release of John Dillon was the report of
physicians that further confinement would
endanger his life.
In New York, for two hours on Monday.
the Pan-Handle railroad sold tickets to
Chicago for 95 cents on tbe rebate nlan.
and the Cleveland road followed with a
rateof $1. The cut arose from false infor
mation given by ticket-buyers.
It is said that one-half of all the corn in
Bond, Clinton and Madison counties will be
destroyed by the chinch bug, and farmers
in that section assert that unless the bugs
are destroyed the same misfortuno will oc
cur every season for years to come. A
farmer correspondent of tho Greenville Sun
says tho bugs can bo effectually abolished
by digging them under as deep as corn is
usually planted,and then tramping the earth
down, and that if this plan is adopted by
all the farmers the bugs will soon be buried
"for all eternity."
A Leap Into Popular Favor.
It is not always that the world acknowl
edges what is right and best; but Burdock
Blood Bitters, by universal acquiosence,
have been awarded the premium for cleans
ing tho blood, curing indigestion, constipa
tion, regulating the bowels, and toning up
weak nerves. Price $1.00, trial size 10
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
liovod to bo the best, as woll as tho cheap
est harrow that Iibh ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell a first-class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can bo ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, If a farmer wishes to
make it at homo and save freight, and give
is just the sizoand weight be wants, I will
toll tho plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If villago mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gainod by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Bend for circular and price
tlU, 8. Hutchinson, Griggs villo, Pike Co.,
A COOKINd'STOVK for lale, with twolron pots
IV two bake pan and tw griddle: will b aold
for ton dollar. Apply at Bullellu office.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth Street ) Pa Jim TU
Commercial Avenue r VttllU. 111,
THE ICE KIISTQ.
Ready now, to fnrnlab and detWcr ICE lo aor
quantity Ijoto wholeiale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully nollcit tbe patronage of all my old
friends and u many new onea, and (runrintee thorn
atlifactlon. JACOB KLEK.
MILL AND COXXI8SION.
DIALS r n
FLOUS. GRAIN AND HAY
Hhrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OP 8PROAT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED TOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
BTOVES AND TINWARE.
gTOVES! STOVES I!
AT.T. KrtPT ST7V AVI) STYLUS.
T. A A7-TTROTsr,S.S
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ALL KINDS OT JOB WORK DONE TO OKDBIi.
NO. 2T EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
Morgan Tark Military Accademy.
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begins Bp. 18, 1KH1. Hend for catalog e toCapl,
EI) N. KIRK TAI.COTT. I'rlu.. Muraan I'urk.
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