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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Term ot EiutoMoription.
Dll one yi ar by carrier
(ii Der CUUt. discount II naid In irlvanra.l
Out ,oue year ny niall 10 OC
Dnily.one mwitt ... 1 00
Weekly, one yr 8 (XI
Weoly, month! too
tVG'lubi of flv or more for Weekly liullvtlo t
onetime, pur year.fl 60
INVAHUHI.T IN aDVANCI.
All Comtuuulcatloni iliould bo addrnaaed to
K. A. HUKNKTT,
Publiahiir and I'ronriutor.
The Smart Young Man.
(With apoloRliMi to Mr. (illlii'it,)
If sollcltoim to ahlnu In the rnliioiutlilo lino tut
a nmn of ire icnind hit.
You iniiHt iiiltlvnti- Hid el k of ft niudu-hull
:oiiiio mid Hid milliners of h Ix-iir ;
Tlirn liili'i iinil your ibruKi'H wllh tlm Hurt of
olmir that nilHcs h liltikb In a virtuous
Anil bran iilmut h pi iiii'IiiI of homo beauty with
a limi'lli' to her hlifh inul well-born name;
And aeiy(inc will cry,
A they . ynu awriiitvi-r by,
"If lie in huii'l in biui'J with llmtori-iiiont In the
land, wlili.h ini never been I he runt) with
Why, what a particularly amin-t yountf niau
tliaiHiuart youiiK man inuNt -"
Itocxtravairantly ilreHHoil In the neatest and
tho Im-hi and when your bllla hIhiuiiiI.
n hy, nUirl a 1n-nh edition, having made a com
position of a furthiiiK or two all around:
He lnolentiy rude In your after-dinner mood
to tliou.t that you do not four
It's a million to u tanner Itiat they Imitaio
your iniuini-r in tho mom ejclunive;
And everyone will cay,
An tliey mark your glided way,
"If lie In tlm Hurt thul U iiilriiiii,"il Ht eourt,
which ha novr yet oouurro'l to me,
Why, what a very alnirtilarly Miiart young
man that xmart young man iniift 4el"
If you cannot show your face In the ring or at
race you must toady all your"al"
And Itiugb and think it funny If they havn to
llnd the money that you never Intend to
Inhabit the abode of a Phryno a la mode, but
not for your own rnd,
Hut uiiHeliislily that you may convey a billet
doux for your more illuetrloua frlendu;
Then everyone will cry,
A they burnt with j'lilouay,
"If he can slnii the back ot Vrlnce 1 lurry or
I'rlnco Jack, and look scornfully down
Why, what a most rn pomcroutly smart young
tuan tbut amuit young niau lnii-t tx-1"
Barmim and Jumbo only mailt; .6oO,
(XN) this Hurnnit-r.
The London Orijihir announce tho
birth of "th ret' young cliiMtvri."
Img-liairt'il men iwu "vnerally weak
aul fanatical, and ineu of scant hair
ar the iliiIosoihers and soldiers and
stalexmen of the world.
Ouida hits just declared that it seems
to her nmsl Knjrlish novels are written
either for school children or police ser
geants. Tho first newspaper that appeared in
France is said to have the date 1 401. A
book-worm recently discovered a (stray
copy in a library in Nantes.
The latest telephone story is that a
young lady in Nashville bowed twice
when introduced by telephone to a
young man in a distaut part of town.
Euclid avenue, a short street in
Cleveland, is only thirty-nine feet wide
for several blocks, and as double car
tracks are ty be laid in it, it is to be
widened six feet.
Children are bom deaf and remain so
several davfl. After that their parents
and attendants wish that their children"
were born dunib'also, or that they
themselves had staid deaf when they
In the fifty years from lM;iO to 1880
the amount of money invested in cot
ton manufactures in the United States
increased from 1'.(khj,W0 to j2:'5,
000,000, and the bales consumed from
19-UIMJ to '.'.(XiO.OoO.
The old-fashioned "shuekinV are
again in vogue in the corn-liclds of
(ieorgia, much to tho delight of the col
ored population and the amusement 4
the white trash who have not seen such
work festivals since "befo' dc wall."
An English firm lia-s turned it.s atten
tion to the manufacture of steel barrels
and casks, and is said to have met with
so much success that wooden articles of
that description are liable to soon be a
thing of tho pat.
The latest sweet thing in kid gloves
is rather startling. The gloves extend
up tho arm, over the shoulders and but
ton behind, tiloves ot tins Kind come
high, but those who wear them can
probably do without some of the costly
clothing heretofore worn.
A wealthy New York lady prevailed
, Iter pastor with a surplice edged and
frilled and trimmed all over with' ex
pensive lace, and now .-die is in:ul be
cause, ho won't wear it. He says it
. looks too much like a portion of a wed-
Emily 1-Vitlifiil has quit bringing ser
vant girls to this country. Sin1 found
that few of them retaine'l their situa
tions over three months, some fell into
evil ways, and all soon became too in
dependent to thank her for her philan
thropy. A Huston genius has invented a
stone-cutting machine, that was shown
capable of 'performing in twenty-lwo
minutes what a small army of men
could not have accomplished in the
same time. The invention will, it is
thought, work a complete revolution in
the granite-cutting trade.
A woman at Morrislown, Minn., went
to a saloon where her erring husband
bought his whisky, and, with nn ax, de
molished tho entire contents of the
plaeo. A revolver in the hands of the
proprietor did not deter her in the
A highwayman nt Reading, Pa.,
made a mistake when he demanded
nioiKy or life from a passer-by who had
threo largo mastitis in tho wagon beside
liitu. Tho highway was searched soon
after tho occurrence, but no traco of the
robber could bo found.
Tho Hev. Thomas Guard, a highly es
teemed Methodist pastor of Ibiltimoro,
wrote to olio of two sisters who had
gone lo California. Ho meant, to ad
dress the younger, but made u mistake
in the name, and so sent tho letter to
the older. After considerable corres
pondence he made an oiler of marriage,
and was accepted by tho wrong wo
man. He got released, but waa uevel
successful in the oilier miarter.
A citizen of Penisoti, Texas, has pre.
pared a dietioiuiry of the Indian vocab
ulary and promises to soon convince
the world that tho language of the red
man Is derived from the Hebrew. He
also claims to be ahlo to substantiate
his claim by reference to tho Hebrew
New York City has a school 2.10
years old, the Dutch Church School. It
was founded in IM;. and has been kept
tip continually evcrVmeo. Tim present
school house was erected in lHtiO, and
the Dutch architecture was perpetuated
in its building. It is claimed to be the
oldest educational establishment in the
A New York picture dealer says that
a great many people buy photographs
of Oscar Wi'lde, and then destroys tho
compliment by adding: "Hut most of
the purchasers" obtain the picture just
to have a good laugh." This is the
first recorded compliment of persons
who in any way patronize Monsieur
Just before his assassination General
Garlield sent a message to Mr. William
lilaek in regard to iiis story, 'MacLeod
of Dare," regretting that the novelist
had made H end so tragically. "There
U tragedy enough in" tho world," ho
said, little thinking that in a few weeks
bo himself was to contribute still more.
Charles E. Slayback, brother of the
dead Colonel Slayback, of St. Louis, is
said to have acknowledged that it was
impossible for him to harbor any feel
ings of revenge against Colonel Cook
erill, and that the dead man's own hasty
conduct was the cau-e of tho late misfor
tune. Fashionable Newport is amused over
the discomfiture of a brainless young
Croejdis, w ho presented to one of tho
society belles a rare and royal pair of
well, in common parlance, "garters."
They were so handsome w ith their jew
els and precious metals that the young
lady refused to return them when she
refused an oiler of her admirer's hand.
W. T. Silk, the English fish culturist,
has taken 7'm American black bass to
England. Ho will stock White Water
Lake, belonging to the late Manpiis
of Exeter, and the various reservoirs
around London. Ho hopes that Amer
ican black ba.ss will soon be as plentiful
in England as English sparrows arc in
When a St. Louis street car conductor
is discharged he says that the cause of
his dismissal was "flirting with tho
ladies." Tho Superintendent of the
company says that the drivers them
selves start the story "in order to stand
better with the public than they would
if the real reason of the discharge was
known." St. Louis female society
must be peculiarly constituted if it is
pleased with the conductor's version.
When you st-e a prominent citizen, a
bright ami shining light in society and
an energetic man of business, and all
that sort of thing, pause in the middle
of the sidewalk and gaze about him,
with a glassy look in his eye, you
needn't think of apoplexy and paraly
sis. Hois simply trying to remember
an errand bis wife tofd him to do.
- Among the secret trades of Chicago,
and probably of other large cities, is
that of "hustling." The "hustler" is a
man who, with much time and no capi
tal at I. is disposal, makes a living more
or less comfortable by guiding country
merchants who have come to town to
reiutfnlsh their stocks to friendly whole
sale dealers, and receiving a commis
sion for his gcrvices.
Fruit growers in Florid.-i have made a
valuable tliscovery. Dry sand is the
best packing for oranges and lemons.
It must be ipiito dry. and no paper
used. The fruit must touch the sand.
-Experience warrants-keepinar for five
months, at least. The dry sand has ab
sorbing power that apparently talc.es up
all exudations subject to decomposi
tion, the rind being very porous. Nat
urally the , thonghtful mind suggests
that, on the same principle, dry sand
must have mmilar preservative effect on
other fruits, such as pears, plums, nec
tarines, apples and other smooth-skinned
We Tell You Haiti ly
that Simmons Liver Regulator will rid you
of dyspepsia, purify your system enable you
to sleep well, prevent malarial diseases and
give you a brisk and vigorous feeling. It
acts directly upon the liver and kidneys,
cleansing, purifying, mvigorating and for
tifying the system against disease. It will
break up ( hills and fever and prevent
their return, and is a complete antidote to
all malarial poison-yet entirely free from
(piiuino or calomel.
Ladies and all sufferers from neuralgia,
hysteria, and kindred complaints, will tiud
without a rival Brown's Iron Hitters.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of tho ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they arc assailed by disease, and tho sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Hitters are the only
suic remedy. They arc the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. yoldbyIIarryW.Schu.il. (4)
'Do boldly what you do at all." Boldly
do we affirm that Kidney-Wort is the great
remedy for liver, bowels and kidney dis
eases, rheumatism and piles vanish beforu
it. Tho tonic effect of kidney-Wort is pro
duced by its cleansing and purifying action
on the blood. Where thero is a gravelly
deposit in tho uirne, or milky, ropy urii.e
from disordered kidneys, it alwuys cuius.
See a woman In another column, near
8 peer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which 8peer's Port Ofapo wino is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for the uso of invalids' weakly
persons And the aged. Sold by Druggists.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Wood, and wil1oomlatlir chnii tho blood In tho on
tiro yiin In throomonthi, AnjPmnnwhowllltJl;
1 pill ouch night from 1 to 19wmkainiijr b rotord
totoatid hoalth, Ifauoh attilncbopraialhla. Bold
erywhoro, or aunt by mail for 1 lftr atampa. 1. H.
Iomox at Co.. Boiton, Maw., fonaaiti Viuif or, H
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 12. 1S82.
A General Stampeile.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Htore as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitiSj Hoarseness, Severe CougliB, or any
affection of tho Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
culling at above Drug Store. (4)
Sproat'H Retail Ice Box.
Coiibumots of ice are notified that for
i heir convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiffs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Foh Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and Genetal Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, mid other Intermittent
Fevers, the 'I'eiro-I'hosporaied Elixir of
Culisaya," niado by Caswell, Muz ird it Cc,
New York, an I sold by all Druggets, is the
best tonic; umI for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it hus no equal. ( 1)
Dk. Km. Mi's Gheat Neuvk Kkstoiikr is
tho marvel of the age for aU nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to D;tl Arch
street. Fhiladeloia. Pa.
Mickien s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve !u the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcer?, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hunds, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruptiom, and positively
cures Files. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, orrmmiy refunded. Price
25 centg pr box. For sale by Geo. E
Get Hunter's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co.
Kitchen Specialties Cincinnati &, N. V.
Circulars fice. (oj
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell ynu
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all enses, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
phyficians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
For tremul'iusness, wakefulness dizzi
ness, and lick of energy, a m.-.st valuable
rtniody is Brown's Iron Bitters.
j-f7 i he D.amouu l)yes always do more
than they claim to do. Color over that old
drtss. It will look like new. Only ten
American Institute on Pure nraue Witie.
The President and a Coinmitiee from the
Farmer's Club, of the American Listitutt
have visited Sneer's Vineyards and Wine
Cellars, and they report thai the Port Grape
Wine ot Altrert Seer, of New Jersey, is the
most rcnai.ee wine to oe ooiametl. It is
now being used by Physicians who are the
most choice in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in ew iork have adopted this w ine
It is for sale bv Paul Sehuh. lmo
"Since taking ' Dr. Lmdsey's Blood
Searcher' that obi soro of mine is entirely
cureu. o n ny an cirnggists. .
no woman wno seeks relict trom pain
by tho tree uso ot alcoholic stimulants and
narcotic drugs, finds what she socks only
so tar as sensibility is destroyed or tern
poraruy suspenaeu. jno cure was ever
wrought by such " means and tho longer
they are employed the more hopeless thi
case oecomes. Leavo chloral, morphia and
belladonna alone and use Mrs. Piukham's
Vegetable Compound. ,
lo enumerate the niirneuious cure
wrought by " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup"
would fill a volume. Its cures tiro mar
velous. Pi ice 25 cents.
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold
and the demand increasing ouitinunlly.
Borden, Selleck & Co., Bgents, St. Louis,
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, fl. 5 tor if 5. All
druggists, tv-nii tor circular to Aliens
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bios
Personal ! To Men Only!
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated F.lectro
vouaio ueiis ana ticctnc Application m
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are afllicted with Nervous Debility
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindrei
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B. No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
INJKU'l'lOhf , la apoaltlvn cura fcmll uiachnriroi
BttniOnft, Siniu-ttiiif nml Painful BeiiBiitiuu ot tli
SI flOrr buttle, For mils by all Urutr-
WW a-ia,,,. nr annt. hv K-vitrMu on rtu
soliiloflirlre, JOHN D. PAllfc A HONH,
3 ana i i i oycouimo bv umuininAii,
10. Plan) mauUou tlili uapar.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our ronnr nOifr Kl.i-lrn.f ifilvnnlf anM Mninftlld
AttUlliinrftM hlllt (i)irrimrita liri. InviiliilihlA. nml a bum
cure tor hrim 1 ... 1 .1 1 1 1 I'aralraia, K'illy, Ithdurua-
uain, wvnrwurnHn nriim, J-.ilmimOna nr 1.IIUH 01 VIUll
Kobw. Ww,k ili,, k. hhlni-y IjIhhuw, I. una-, Mm and
Hlomii'h Coiiii'ImIiiik, arnl lira mlnrlml lo itrriliH
HKX. i hH iii'i-liunc-,. nr 1 ha vnry lutnnt Improved
anil mitirMlj different fimi Mia awl all ulhara. aa thaj
imnitWnly UMriHrata rout in uri.in urrinla nlthnuL lu-Ma.
vauainK ni .. nnr Irrllnllun of tha akin can ha
worn at work in hcII 11a ixnl.and nra onlr nuticaabla to
thM wnitrnr. 'I ho power Ih ratnlatH1 ao aa to maat ttaa
rilfTxrHut -lnp.n nf iaf.i,.,a hra Fleet io and
Muuuatic trMitinaiil Imit IxMinit Ttmrn for
Cure Impotency, Seminal Weakness, Lost Manhood. &o
Paniwh'.et : I 1 mi.iIc-.I i-.n--ln.n on rwelct ol Ooaota
boaliMja, or at-uruly wnii.il, lri!.
ThPV Cure Whr;n nil flnQ f'tlta. flur Tllnutra-jul
liowuid Electro-Miinm-lli: InmiM, II per pair lij mail,
AMERICAN CALVANIC CO.,
3 I 2 l. 6th St., St. Louis, Mo.
7 l ti:-
1 . ..11 .i
anil CuniiiUMc It ti 1. fn)iilln
.Sccoud and Umiroiiil stn.il,
Tb t'iiiiit'Pr IV ;., it ol th- I'.'hlr.iiiro, St. Loiitr
i"" .w Orlc:.ii: Illinois t'eiifrni; Ws',i-h, m,
Lini r Htiit 1'ariS- ; 1. 011 Mount alii mid S. .11 ' Ir-rr, ,
.Muhili-anil Ohio: 1 mr Ht.a SI. I.ri-jia KunwdV!
no- all jn-t arropg tho airt-ct: wliilo the Stfaiulmut
I.Hnilnn in liut one c jiiiiii- dinutit,
Thli- Hold i ht-Hti-il !jy alcain, hus rtvnm
I.aumlr). Hydraulic Kvator, Klettric full Itiilln
AtituiUAiir. Fire-Alirni8. limh. almoluicly juro air
(jt-rtui-l f werai! mid cutuplcU- appoimmonlii.
Sui;rti furnphiti; ptrfcet utvicu; acil u uu
SIC liflt ttt'MC.
S 5j 5 B
-iiii-xi niiiiii-or iiiiouiiu nviil'ir in-ni lily
im .li--f p -111 in v."
.iiimuiKol 1111. if liKKior iiKiroili-iiiiintin
J-jK'll llV-tllUT L1-U till' Ill-Ill liUlil-'illlllilllll I11lillll ol I III!
CI11I1. 10 to Inn wr ii-iil. I M iirml m,il iinmihlv. Ho
Inula 1 if oia-miioiiH w-iil ",u h in. 11' nt, tiliuii- litrai-h,
h-i Iii-iii il ill-, iionii -i'i-iil'li-. irim ili riilili'. A n-liiilili-ror-n-iinli-iit.
wmiIcI In o.t-i v town. Pmi-iiil intliM'iiiniiH.
Hviiianaliirv Ciri-nliil-M'iil Inv. A-i'lii-x U. kfcNDAU.
fcCo., I'l L l;u Luriulli-Kl.,CUlUA(iO, Ju
ritOl'lUETOH OF SIMSOAT'H I'ATKNT
Wholosalo Doftloi1 in Ivo.
ICF PYTHK C!AU LOAD OR TON,WKI.l
:';KKD FOR SIIIPPINO
On i' LdiuIh it Soimm1iv.
o v v 1 c m :
Oor.Twil.lh Street and
oi'V'Co' kuL' .BEA8S, QtRMlN
"1.1 .rr. "a luntruimmti, toKBtbet
Willi full limtrui-tlona for furroluK Bamla,dl.
ll.ri and cliuwifWtlor, 0f Inntrume-Dti-.
id?.ir."i I?0W to P"c''i tprmi for
f, U '1 ,""'"Kl r'P''lB. o. Willalao
ai'llil. If itftlrid. our Itn 7.., I Vl..i..
THE HOOT A SONS MUSIC C0..CHH
HAVE BEEN IMITATFn
P ld theii" exceUont reputation in-
Jurod by worthless imitatior.B. The
Publio aro cautionod against buy
xng Plasters having similar sound
ing namos. Seo that tho word
C-A-P-C I N-E in corroctly spoiled,
Are tho only improvement over
mado in PlastcrB.
One is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whore other
remedies will not even relievo.
Trico 25 cents.
Eewaro of cheap Plasters mada
with lead poisons.
3EAEURY & JOHNSON,
!.i:!:',f:u-lurinc Clu-inlHN, Ntnv York.
A M HI-: !IMIi:iV AT I.AVT. " l'i :-oV3i-la".
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PUSTER.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. L0D1S. M0.
A J-esrulur ( ira.l iintB of two nii illral
c ill. ui , liiis In fo luntii-r t-ii iriiiiHil In tin- tn-nt-tt:ont
ol ( 'lu-nnif, N t- rvoiiM, K U in ami
Hlornl DNi n-.-ij th in hiiv otlu r i livnii hin in
St. I oiiU, ns cnv i ..1 1 1--. li.m-;iiul :iil old rrl-ih-liH
(.now. ( oiiiili.itliui ut i.-Iii-i .ir liv luiiil,
i'lt-i- inul inv ItcJ. A IVIi iiillv iiilk or 1. is otilnli.u
Cwsls 1101 lUn. V h. 11 11 i iin-iiiivi iij, ui lo visit
the i-lty f..r t r. a t m. n t . im illriio s i-nn hi-si nt
hy mull or i-xi'ivs-i i-v.-rvw h'-ri. CuiMl-h-1 n--i-s
tiniriiiiti-.-'l : whin- ilinilit i:s.i.sts i 1- frankly
bluti-il. Cull or Wrili-.
Kervous Prostration, Dubihty, Mental and
Physical Weakniiss, Mi-rcuml anJ other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Foisnnin'.JSkin Afloc
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles.
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposur.-n,
It Ii si-lf-i-vl'lutit tha! it 'hysi'i;iii tmyliiK
pnrtli-iiliir allrulinii to arl.i-s mnr-rs 11 11 11 Inn
k'li iit skill, ami ilivii-ians In rruiilur prm-tlre
all ovt-r the i-muitrv knowing till-. iit-iii'-ntly
ri-i-oniiiifiiil i-iisi'S to tin- olili -t t.Hit-t- In AiihtIi-h.
win-re t-vt-ry known :i''lliiurf is i-i'sorli'il to.
ami tin- provi'il ifiuiil it-iiHtlii' of nil
iii-t s ami i.-oiiiitrU-s iii-c iisi .I. A wholf Iioiisp l
ti-i-tl fur ntlir- iniri'o'is, nml nil art trrati-il w llh
sl.-ll 111 11 r. -.. i-ti'ii I 111:11111. r ; nml. knuwIuK
w li.it lo do. iioon-rliiii iils 11 if In. nil'. "11 in -emm;
t: " " tn-at nunii't r ni'i'h Inir. 'Im
i-h.ii, . :..-..t low. oiifii ! 1 1 m r than In
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ami ifi-t spi'isly 11111I ii-iin i lili- ruii-. Unit Ih
the lini'oi'tuiit iirilli i'. I'.iiii Jiisl, M uigi-s,
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