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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15. 1882.
IMIHO TO HOLD DOW
dpf IARL BAKING POWOEff
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum ir any Injurious Milist.-'xi's imii he found
InAnHrews' Pearl Unking I'owiter. In is
lively PURE. HeingciulnrM.il, Hint testimonial
IwcivtilTtoiii mi'li chemists us s. Huuix Hnys, Bos
ton; M. DctHfontnliip. of Chicago: unl Ciustavuk
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold hi bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS CO
J5 Michigan At,
W. '.) '-"'l K, Water
i.'.v..Mi (Vrm.t Is wnrrnnt' d Hiitis-
fac.torv to Ha wearer in ! vtv,
or llin iimnnv will Im ri luinled .y
ttwpov hi from lun itwuslionrlit.
ThfonlVfursi-t prrili.mMc-fl t'v mir Ic.-ii'lM.' tln-Muro
not Inlurli.u. Li Hi" wearer. i.M. mm. r..,.l I v bi.lim
the ' most c.,iiir..ri.il.l mi.l I' '!" ,t''1
n"Mltt " I'lUi l SJiv Mull, 1'..(i.k- 1'itl.li
Health Prr.ervl.iB. ti l.". Ki ll. V.I in. t &
AMniulnnl (extra hem .O ,'nn, Ni.i.'iic. I t
Health IWrvlui iflnc "iilli " . 1'bimbiiii
htlrl t-.ni...rllii. l.I.(
Foruile by Icailiu II.IHll l.iili i xtikIi.t...
Chicago rin.si Tj iiii iuru. in
In preparation of Protoxide or Iron, Peruvian
Hark and Hip Ph.wrilniti S, associated wllh ths
Vesctahle Aroiiuilli's. Endorsed by the Medical
Profestlon, ami recommended liy tli.'in fur ly
prpain, Savnrrnl leMIIT, IrnialrUlx
run, Want of Vitality, Kt-rvoua lrn
(rntlun, Souvnir secure from Sever
tad Clironl i lilll nnil I'rtcr. ii serves
every purpose where a Tunic Is necessary.
Huufutared by The Dr. Farter Medicine Co., SI. Louis.
Th following In one of Hih very many testimo
nials we are receiving dally:
flmifwa-Hnme there lnmilln ago I hepan til
Die Of IK. llAKTKIt'rt IlKIN 'I'uMr, Upon tllU !
lce of ninny fi lewis who km w IU virtues. I was
siitTering fiwii general dchllliy to such, an extent
that my labor tin x .! i u' I y linn Immune tollio.
A varatlon of a mnnlh ihi) mil (live nie nint h re
llff, hut on the contrary, n fiillnwed hy In
crfaterl prontratlmi aivl vlnklnjr thtlln. At thla
tttn I b.n tlifl iii" of j our Ihon 'l uNtc. frnm
whlrh 1 ruiHpd alincwt Imiiiclluic anil wnn.lrrltil
rrilllli. Theold rin'riry ri lurni'it ami I rininil that
my natural force waa lint piTtiiHiii'iitly nlmttil. 1
have uae1 tliiv houl. n of (lipTi'Sir. blnrc mine
It I litre done twice the labor Hint I ever did In the
am tlineiliirliiK my IIIiicsh, and v lili double the
eaae. Villi the. Irnmiull nerv.- and iKnrof body,
haacome lo a cl arn of tliouirht in vr bef.iie
idoyrd. If tliu Tunic hat not ilmio the woik, I
knew not vhat. 1 nlve It tlie cudit.
J. I'. WATMiN,
Troy, 0., Jan. Z, Wi. t'aMur t hrlatlan Church.
S.le by Drugf;lstt and General Dealers Everyuhen
llonlelt r r Mirnii- li IJtt t-T rlip . dviT'T
la with vri.K'i r i . rl iliu , mid . r .rti, t ) il 1 1- llinn
euy kiinwu reinedy, and i n inn t y.'iiliil Hlvtvt
rant, aii..i)!iT bii'i nil ti nu filuu. Tliean am
Hot eniiitv ai.i rtioii. h iIi.iiixiuiIk i, our run n
tryini-n and hoiiii h who liuv.. i s inrimii rd lt
efferla arc awHre. but a' i"n l,i . up liv Irn.frKen
tile proof. I he lliticri. ulfo ,mvi. a In al Mul ihi
nliln to the uilriH' v oriviim
Kornale by all )i uiriKla ami ilenli r tt'MJirriallv.
LOST MANHOOD V'ioxzij.
vmtim ol yoiniiii'i u i ,.i ii,.. ,, ,
lure liBtay, hm-mm i, i.i,r, .,-, ,i,', ,"' '
bavmR trip.1 ,n aiu I. ,..',, rm'i'iv 'l,a. ,'.'
coved a riiiifi.-i.. H . ; Vl(, . , , .,
to Ilia MLiw-kiiIImi m. u.t.in.-.a J. It hi I I '
A favorite nroarrltition of on nt ih.
moatnotwl end mii'.csliil .i..rmin m n (h i h,
(now reiiredi fur thurureol Kr, i,im ItflilHtu,
iMml Mnh901, I'iiIih ami lirrniy, frulil
ki ilalii,u.iivilin' 1 'Mhiku.ii mm,
AddrM DR. WARD & CO., Uuitimi, Mo
ni Trl.M la r.u r I r iIimhmv.iI ihr IIIihmI, HIIb d
BMi.-NrvtMia ItiMlllr. ImpiMen..
awrnm aMMiif irreuMi .'iriiuni. ini.t,.,
. llh Mlt 4 r ruiMk., ( til nr vtlu fi.r l.ui til Uuii,
Iniit I a nwr4 hr fhoM, 4mr1fia ir,iiiini i m.ii.
(rmwaWN 'ru huvl.r !. 14 Mul ibrlr .amt,
4 iaara imiiI.Ii to iMrrliuln Im mil Iruw, f
AMrw, Pit. HI Ti a, 1 . an. at., n. Uok, ,
, MTAMJAUKU IVU lUlliiV U KAUH.
MAYING TO HOLD DO
J Jg V I ARL BAKING POWOErJ
;B F S'iJl ITAM BOUND TO Risr
Hard and Soft; Watr.
yoiuifn'ti liournf wntcr for limisrlinM
jiiiriiiiscslmiiioulli'd "hnril" Hiwioft.'SL
I'iia ronsdii wliy koiiio wntiTs, t'nCiaHy
Hnr'ui"; wntnr, lire Imnl in owiiiff toSluBt
niiniMul iiiiiltt'i,.) disHolved in tlioiri
Kitin wali'r is never "Imnl." Iieciui
nearly five of solid mutter. Tim
nun you Inn! Mich mi unennifortnlilo
wiish nnil hIisivo this tiiorniii; fit your
friend's liouso wns owinor to th water
lieiny; largely I'liarfjed with linm ntnl
iniio;iH,si!ivnii'i forms rompouuds whieh
the wittuf ctinnot ilissolve; nnd henec
the iii'iivokitio; iMinliue-is you oliscrveil.
For the lut lift to I in a perfect one, com
plete solution of the constituents of tlm
Map must take place, and in jmrownlpr
this would he the case. Hut sorim
waters tire permanently hard, while
sotue lire only lenipornrifv so. Pciuia
nent hnrdiii'ss is caused when the water
is chai'f'ed with sulphate of lime and
mnoiH'sia. l'tire water dissolves the
sulphates, hut not the carbonate s. Then
how do the carbonates come to ho in the
water at all? The reason is this: All
natural waters, but especially spring
and well water, contain more or less
free carbonic aeid gas in a state of ab
sorption, and. when thus charged, nre
capable of dissolving the carbonates;
but whenever this gas is expelled from
the water, say by boiling it, the carbon
ates are at once deposited; and this ac
counts for the incrustation in the kettle;
and when this lak "s place the water be
comes ipiile soli. The boiling dues not
a fleet the sulphates to any degree in this
way in water that is iieriuaueiitly
"hard" Temporarily hard water can
he made sofl by more means than boiling
alone. If a lubfiilof it ninight be .slirred
up with a little "slaked'' lime and allow
ed to settle, in the morning there will bo
a white deposit at the bottom of the
tnli, and the water will be found to be
ijititt! "soft," because the lime added
will combine with the free carbonic-acid
gas in the water, and the whole of the
carbonates will become deposited, in
virtue of their insolubility in water with
out this gas.
Kor drinking purposes, rain-water, af
ter being passed through a charcoal fil
ter, to remove, the organic ma'ter it con
tains, is the most wholesome for adults.
The general objection is itstastclessness.
A pinch of salt will remedy this. For
the young, however, solid matter in the
water, of the right kind, such as lime,
and magnesia, is good, as these go to
build up the bony structures of the
child. -CIiuiiiIk t.s' Journal.
An old story, frequently told in tbo
foV'ocaslle of British ships. is reproduced
by the. New York Lftlrrr. A seaman
once canifl before the judges of Admir
alty for examination as to his fitness for
tho ofl'ice, of boatswain on board a frig
ate then fitting out for the Indies. Tho
august judges were in a petulant mood,
nnd the president of the board so far
forgot himself as to ask Jack if lie could
tell oil' the points of the compass.
"Aye, sirand by your honor's fav
or," said (he honest old tar, "I believe
I can say it belter than your honor can
say your Pnter Nosier."
"If you enn do that, my man, vou
slutl! have the berth," declared the judge;
"and if you don't do it, you sha'n't l)e
rated at all."
Jack agreed readily, anil spun off the
points of the compass from North to
North-ln-Fast, etc., rapidly, and in fine
Then the judge repeated the Lord's
Prayer, with eipial order and regular
ity; and when he had finished he de
manded to know of Ids associates; if
Jack had said his compass any t'ttf.r
than he had said his Pnter Nosier. They
decided that he had not.
"So, mv man," said the judge, "you
"No, no, begging your honor's par
don!" cried Jack. I've done but just half
ihn work. We don't cnll a man fit to
bind at a ship's helm if ho can't say
the compass one way as well as the
other. So, now, your' honor, I'll box it
And he commenced to give the thirty
two points backwards, commencing,
"North--Noith-bv-Vest," etc., and go
ing through as glibly as before. "Now,
your honor, we'll hear you (W the rater
.ostrr! That's fair - I'll leave it to these
honorable gentleman, all,"
Of course the judge was stuck. He
joined heartily in the laugh that follow
ed: and Jack got his raU; nnd appoint
ment. Children's Best Tood.
"What are the greatest desiderata in
taking care of children in the Sum
mer?" "Plenty of fresh air - these river and
harbor excursions are splendid - early
hours and proper food."
"What, is the best f -Mid for children?"
"Milk nnd cereals, bread, oatmeal,
corn meal, and cracked wheat nre the
best food. Poor people often give their
children corned beef and cabbage when
they are only '2 or .'I years old. That is
"Are not veal and pork almost equal
ly indigestible for children?"
"I hey are very trving. indeed, to
their digeMion; beef, mutton, nnd fowl
are by far more nutritious and easily
"llow l fruit, green apples, and
"Fruit, if it is ripe, is health', but
green apples are to he avoided; they of
ten produce cholera infantum."
"And our national, omnipresent pic,
"That is the very worst of all. Pin of
any ort is bad hecnitse the crust is so
indigestible, but mince pin and lemon
pie especially are diabolical."
"Candy eaten in moderate quantities
is not bnd if taken after meals. Tho
trouble nbout enndy eating by children
is that it gi'iieiully'takes away their ap
petites for wholesome, lreii";thening
food. There is no stamina, of course,
in sugar; it, is simply a heating fond,
and won't make brain or muscle."--i"ro'.
ChumlU r, ui San York Jkraltl.
Monday Kvuniso, August 11, 1883.
The woathur has turned warm again, and
t'-dy cin be recorded among tha hottest
of tho mason. A ulill' brecr.o fiotu the west
litis rendered tie heat more endurable.
Tho market shows little if any change
and no chsnj-e for the better can be looked
lor until tliu regular season for opening of
the fall trade.
The rivers are high for the time of year,
and there is a good stHge of water in the
to all points.
Trade is picking up a little,
hut there is still vast room for improvement.
Receipts are light and stocks generally
small. Low grades aro not wanted.
HAY Prices are quotably lower. Re
ceipts are more liberal and the demand
CORN There is no demand at all and
no change in quotations. Stocks nre fair.
OATS At present the market is bare,
but ndvicesgivc plenty on the road. Pi ices
are shaded a little to-day.
MEAL -Steady! and unrliined with
only a light demand.
P.UAN We quote a shade higher to day.
HITTER Stocks are ample for the de
maud; only choice is wanted.
E(t(5S Scarce andm good demand at a
slight advance over last week.
CTIICKENS-AU that arrives finds ready
snle, nnd is not sufficient for tho local trade
FRUIT -Grapes find a good market,
but all other kinds of fruits are dull.
Salots unci Quotations.
NOTK. Tbo irlri s hero -ivu arc for Mien Iroiu
drat handr In roiiiid lota. An advance In
r.harved for broken lotalu tlllluconlerH.
Vi) Varlimit urade 4 5'K3,"i M
Jinl hhla choice .
am bbla choice..
im hhla patent.
l.Ti hhla fancy..
4 carcholce new
1 care strictly prime,.
l car prime
1 cari white In hulk..,
1 care mixed In bulk
1 can choice In hulk on track
1 car new
"No. 2 Ked, pcrhu ...
No. i Medileranean.
SHI bhlit'lty in lota
m pounds strictly choice Northern 20522
wm pounds Southern Illinois 1s&'20
500 pounda choice northern packed .......... iVffffi
5no dozen ..
II vo choice ! ooi2,H 00
S coop i lioire bens..
5 coop cliolco yoam;.
toil boxes penrhes...
ItiO box.) tomatoes.
10l lb grapes
Choice new 1 WQA no
Per bushel 503I')
New potatoes per bhl. ..,
' " " bush ,
1 Ol. i5
I 1 1) E H .
.1 rvtffis 00
Tub waft lied,,
H. C, Hums
Clear sides. .
Ht. Johns 0,
Ohio Kivur 1 ui)
if.4 hualiel burlap-.,
a bushel ..
8 bunliel " ,.
m. ... a
oranges, rholco per nor
Lemons cliolco pur box.... li 0020 5
Pearlies, halves and iUarterA,,,.
(,'liolcu navy ....
Dry flint choice
Sheen Pelts, dry
Hhevji l'iH, ureeii..
....MM. ... . ,
.1 ",. (,: 00
, 4 M'tt 4 00
4 7Sift 00
, "1 5o,a 11 f0
II 50(4 S 0"
KATUN OK PlcKIOIir.
Mon 1'bls 10
Ni wOr.'uaul 15
CliillH and Fever.
fiimmotis Mvnr Hngn.
lalnr soon breaks the
chills and enrrlea the
fever out nl the system,
li euros when all other
For the rnlief and cure
of thla dlstrenalni; rila
eaai use Slinmoiis Liv
The ReKulator will iosiilvly euro this U.rlhle
ilinesae. Wo aaHurt eiuphalically what we know lo
should not be reearded aa a trllllut: ailment. Na
ture deinanda the 11 tin out regularity of the bovela,
'I herefore bshIbI naluru by taking Miniinona Liver
Heulalor. II Is harmless, mild nnd ellectuitl.
One or two liibleKpnonfula will relieve nil the
troubleH Incident to a bilious tate, such s Nsnsea
IIiz.Iih hh, lirownlneHs, DiHtruin1 ullir eiillni.', 11 bit
ler hsd talr In the mouth.
M A I. A It I A.
I'i ihoiis 111 h v nvolil all Htta'liH by in 1 'nun.iiuilj
lukiuu a iloe ui Siniiiions I. Her lii ul.itur to le 'T
the liver iu heallliy action.
liA D nREATH!
cetii rii'ly .irminc lr mi adiHordi r. il stnmarh, 1 111
be corrected hvliikiiiij; siininoiia Liver l!ei;iiliilor
.1 A UN I )C)K.
SlnunoiiM Liver HeenlBl r soon erndli niea tlilx di"
eimt liuin Ihu a.Mi in, lesvlnn the hklu lleur untl
lee Iroui nil i rtipurit teta.
Clilldn 11 ''lltlcitie; with colic soon r.perle'ii e f
lief Alien siiiiiniiiih 1 iv.r lleeuiniiir ic 'iiIiiiihIkIi r
i d. AiliiHa also derive ir-ut In in ill l"r t . t In
niedicinr. It is not 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . a i-h 1 1 1 ; it in ll 11 1 ,11 -and
i ll'cctiv... Purely vey. tuliln.
i j r j a u 1 ) k 1 ? k 1 1 )N 1 : v '
Most, of the dipeiM'" o! th-i bladder iiiiitm'.' Ii"ti
thui-e of ihn kidneys. Kc.-torethe acMon of ti .
liver lully mid Imlh the kidney and lilielil.i' s . I
tifTuke ouh Ihe uenuine, which always litis m
the v. rapper the red . trade mark and siumiuc 1.
J.H.ZHIIjIN & CO.,
Koi sitlo hy all drtimdels.
If you snffer from dj spepsis, use
IlURDOf'K BLOOD BITTERS.
If you aro iifflictcd with hlllotisncss. use
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If you are prostrated w ith sick hradacke, take
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowels ate dlcordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If your blond Is Imoure, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKKS
It yon havo indigestion, you will Dud an antidote in
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
If yon are troubled with spring compla.nts, eradl-
teste (hum with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your liver Is torpid restore it to healthy action
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If yonr liver is affected you will nnd a sliure restor-
stive In BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEHS
If you have any species of humor or pimple, full
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEHB.
If you have any slmptoms ofnlcars or scrofulous
sores, a curative remedy will be found In
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEHS.
For imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can e.iual BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEHS.
For Nervous and General Debility, tone up tne
system with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS
PWCH $1 l'ER BOTTI.R I TRIAL BOTTI.KS, IOiTS,
. FOSTER, MILBUKS& CO., Piop'is,
BUFFALO, X. Y.
For sale by PAUL G . SCHL'II. (.')
- IiMiami; rr ii"it v.y
AUK NT roH Tlllt HAt.E OF
Baxter steam knoin E
Colt's Disc Engine
and Marine Engines
ENGINES A SPECIALTY.
FARM ENGINES, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELTING,
Pulleys and Oeucral Supplies.
No. l;il, North Third Street,
TUB II AI.L1DA Y.
A New and comiuuto Ilntol, fronting on l.evno
Second and Rnllrund Streets,
Th Pas-t'iiger Depot of the Chlraeo, Ht. Louis
nn" .tew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, HI.
Louis and Pacltlc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Linus Hallways
are all Just across the -trout ; while tho Steamhuiu
Landing Is bat one square distant.
This Hotol is heated by steam, has stosm
Laundry. Ilvdraulir. Elevator, Elertric 'all Bells,
Automatic Klro-Alarma, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perlnct sewerage and complete appointments.
Hunerb furnishings; perfect service; and an un
U I'. IiYllK JCK JSC JO.,litMiM-
TIIK LAIKiEST AND BEST
I'llH ONLY HIPPODROME IN AMERICj
IS COMING TO
CA.IUO, Saturday, August. 191 li
t U""i;ivilg exllillltlons
W. C. CO U I' ' s
New United .Monster Shows-
IuKour immense ring. Museum. H ungiirie, lfaltol Htatm s. Sea Aiiuaiinin, Autotn die Mus.-um,
t.real World's Kair. In which hai I itely liven added the
A COLOSSAL APlilTllEATRE requiring SEVENTY-FIVE CENTRE POLES
Aa large as thoe u-i d in ordinary ttnee and lour pole tents, seating twelve thousand p. r-uns and cov
ering an area of eight acr.. with hblf mile la -e track tuny f.'. t w .de, on which wl. I he mm a selec
tion of llil'I' iDltuMK ItVt'its. SIKKl'I.K rllAM'.s, IIIJKDI.K RM'ES, (,ltMi j'K'A'KSsloN
Or TliK NATIONS, OLADIA HiRIAI, CON I KsIS, OLYMPIAN GAMES, and Grand Roman Char
iot races with
20 LOVKLY LADY CIIAUIOTKKKS 20
In friendly rivalry f ir tin: siullrs of the audience ai, l the highest lionnra of the ar. na. Remember
that the expenses ut the Hippodrome alone each dav are greater than the entire eiieiih. iof any other
how lor a whole week. Any other nhow advertising a "HK'PuDKuMh" la a fruu. I uf the llrst water,
and the public will know exactly what value to place on the prorata.! made hy such reckless concerns,
lu aildltlou to the gn at Paris Hippodrome Coup's Monsters Shows Piesent
rIMrI iiJilli eL RCUs COM :iJANlSS
I M KIWI MiK'aS GIJKAT Au.-( i:tli:iti (JLItCUS
li VV'M. DUCKOW'S UUYAIi 1 , N I ) Nr ) Mi. HJ S
With 175 Aral clans iierloruiers. FRANK MELVILLE, the great five l,oi.-rblrr WIIIINM
DUCIIOW , th.i ti riilic Inurii aue rider V 1,1. K J KAi NE. Ihe most h-MUtilul at.. I daring Im'v I, iri-
buck nib r in the world.
js I A G X 1 1? I OK
THE CKLKBKATKI) "BU0NC1I0S-
THE LKAPIMt HOUSE Nl.'.TTLE"
A.N" 1 MAI. ItlXS I
With the griind hlsljrlral tiililcniix ol Ihn
ASSASSINATION i! Pit
With live hundied life lilie stiitiies, and the Ideutlciil clollies which (.iillteau wore and the suit ho
wore during the trial,
It O Y A L THE HUMAN CANNON BALL
Shot front . Monster Cannon Loaded with Powder
And seut flying through Ih'n air a distance of seventy llvo feet, and caught lu the arms of s wnmuu, sus
pended head doumwird Irom a lol'tv trapesn,
' 'I S"T' "1" Tj rf A lu her lenlilc headlnrotnoHt dive from tlio siinimlt
iVL .1-J .LaVj jAV I of (hiisniphllheioru
Mr hk-hm jh
In her nsloitndiiig leaps Ifoni the iirouinl to tne lopmosl helghiH of the centre pole, lu her hlr.l llUu
llifhl lie ins" the entire length of the pavllliii' .
An,,,1,,;rSK,S:;'( MADAM LOYAL E ! !;!ej'c,';ml""'u
ami in rml nice on a single wire II fly feet abovn the heads of Hid nudiuir.ie
Brof. White's Dog Circus aud Canine Coinineiliaiis
JrPi'tdT'essor Roh'Pt'H P.rHziliaii Pony (!ircuH.j-l
TRA I N lffl) HiLKPBAKf'I'S
AN LuMKNoE jMAIUNE
With Its sea lions, sun leopards, cliiplinls, and tnousters of tliu deeii.
i?.iar.,,H,u,SIlA BAL00N RACE
Unless prevented by storms, wli I be gtveu every day-llui two balloons, Jupiter !id Venus, will bu cut
louse, and s Ihey bound Into the clouds
MADAME ESTELLE ST. CLAIR AND 8IGNOR MONTIFI0RI, will perform a
Borica of lea's on a Hwinging trnpez". A grand free eiihiliitioti nnd
(I 0 R ( E 0 II S 0 PUN AIR V A R A I) E
vV ill ho iti vii Vvrt -.iii ft nod ID nVlnrk
l'or full diiscription ol which see small hills and sdviuice courier
Excursion Trains on ull Railroads at (rcatlT Reduced Rates
DOORS OPEN ATI AND 7 P.M. PER KoRMANCK AN Hol'H t.ATKU.
Prices as Usual Children Under Nino Years J la It Price.
Rnsorvsd sent tickets ran b purcliasail at a small advance il th onlrnnce,
POSITIVELY TO PKBU3 , T1CJKTSTS.
Nocmup followers allowod.unr will any gambling or swindling giunua be permuted on tho ground
SHOW IN THE "W0BL1
liftelll.lull n t!Veliilig. 'm.'.
3 Full Circus Companies :i
K TEST IS I KNA.G J; I. 1 K
KS I DENT GAKFIELD
a i r a nrrnr
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