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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1882.
Tr usurer T .1. Kt-rlh.
I I'TU ifLUlliH. J, foluy.
Mnn.lml-1,. H. Myra,
UKr!ioy--WUhiu lienrtrli hi.
BOAHl) UP ALDIHMIH
rVot Ward Win. Moll!.', T. M. KlinlirotiKh.
rt.'roud Ward- J Hnikle. C. N. Hug-una.
Tl.irtl Ward U. F, Hlnko, John Wood.
I'.iurtti y ard Chariea O. f'atlnr, Adoiph S
'V'lUii Ward-T.W. m;ildv. KruMt B, Pottll.
(.'trout Judiu- l. .1. liaki'f.
Circuit Cltirk A. II. Irvlu.
County Judi;e K. B Yocum.
County t:ii;r!i. J. fliimm.
County Attorney J. M. Dainron.
County Trj&urufMili! W. l'arkr.
iSht'tlir Jotiu lludiui.
Coruiiur K. KltMBralS
I'ounty Coinmirflunurt T. W. Halliday, J. A.
lilbtm nod I'cUr Kiip.
(tAIKU HAl'THT. Come I wuth and Poplar
J nreeln; tiruMbtmc I"1 Sunday In
oar.o motiin, II . ,mJI:H- m ; prayitr raaot
lit TUurdy. 7 : y p. id i Huudar ichool, :) a.tu
Kov. A. .1. II Ed I'aator.
rMU'Ut'U UP TUK REUKKMKR -iKplacupa'i
j fourteenth atrit; Sunday T:0iia in., Huly
Bi.rliann; a. in., Sunday ;liool ; l.OJa.w,
i.riiltn; lrairi; tvufl it. m., tfventct! Prayere. F
j lUVi'tiport, S. T. H. Ket-Uit.
I li.hi .VIIOSAHY HAPTIbT CIICUOU.
V l'r.a Lli.B it I'W) ... P- m.. and 7:30 p. m.
f.'.nu'.ii tfcoil tt ': p. Kct. T. J. Sboree.
I I'.hllAN-Thlru-anth ut; wrvn ct Hah
bvL 1 . a. ui ; Suuday actool 2 p m. ttev.
lil. .- (!-. pi! Jr.
Mil I'llolMhT-Cor Eibtr- and Walnut itrefte,
I'rjMfcliitj Sabbath ll:O0a. m. aud7:V) p.m.
. Buday h:U')i'i at li-v. J. A. brai rtt,
l)l;FMTKIUAN -E'.ifhth t'wl; preacnlo, on
I fii!i a;U it U:uO a. lu. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
-.ir-'tt'if WednoMav at 7:!f) p. m.; Sauday school
at 4 li m. hv B.Y.jou, paetor.
,1 .K(F.I'I1 8 -.Hotnau titbolle) Corner CroM
i5 ai.d Wklnut ilreou: KftltM Sabbath 10:Oa.
n.; 'M.uU nohool at 3 p. in.; Vp-ra Ip m : ier
tu.tr everday it o t. m. Hut. U'Hara. I'rleit.
O T I Ar!UCK S-Romin Catholic) Corner 51nla
0 firut and Watutniiton vun; lerYlcai 8ab
nath 8 and 10 a.m.; Venpere i p. m.; Sunday School
1 p. ra. a-rvtrea every day at H . rn. Re. Matrm
it. K. TIME CARD AT CA1KU-
ILLINOIS CKNTKALK. R.
THtlM IliraW. TrUHiHRIl.
Mill .S:UJ a.ru
t Acconi'dVIOH.11 :1'ii.m
Eiuri--.....ll :10 l.m
Aecmdiitoi.. :U p.m
C.ST.L.IN. 0 B R. (Jatkion Haute).
fMail .. 4:4a.mtMll....... .. 4:3 p.m
tbtntvi lH:HOarotixprop 10;3f in
1 At'moditiou I tCp m I
8T. U. A C. H R (Narrow Oauee )
niproa :15 l.m I Kipran 4:85 p.m
Attom"datlon. 1 :C) p.m I 'Accota'ditlon 11 :40 in
HT. L. . I. II AH. R. R
rExprvM ll:tp.m tEipreia - t:W o u
WARASU.HT. LOCH PACIFIC K'YCO.
Mall K 5-.'M.m lMll Kx.... M-Wlp.m
tArtotn'diHoB!3 p.m I AecarVdatloo 11:10 t.ui
Diiiy exwpt Sunday. tPilly.
MOBILE A OHIO R. K'
Mail .ViJi. in. I Mn ....i:Hp. ra.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv lAno lluuaiuu;
O DAILY TUALNfc
O l?vom Cairo,
Makinu Dikect Conn kct Ion
ArrWlrn In 81. Lonii :4i.m.; Chicane 1
Mtl, Loul.vtlk. lDdlanipolll md point! Kait.
11:1U ii.ni. Io'il" u' Wwtrn
Arrlvlnc In St. I.ouli7:Wp. m., ind tuuaiDg
for ill poind Wtt.
a.OU p.m. Fmit Kxpr"
,.r8t.. l.iiiiio ud Clilci?o, irriviog UPt. UuU
vi : 40 p . m ., and Cblcigo 7 .JO m
3 :0O p-in. Cincinnati Kxprenn.
Arrltlnz at Cincinnati 7:i .m.; LounvUle :
a m.; ludlatiapolU 4:( .m. Paiori b;
thm train roach the above polnti 1 -i to JO
UUUK8 lu advance of any other route.
twThe3:M P. )SPf UM PULLMAN
M-KEriUCAlt Curo to Clnclnnat . without
chnK-,aiid throngh ilwpento Bt. toalt ind
Fast Time East.
it br thli lino bo through to Him.
Passengers Ik "pliin Unom . diay
tallied by Bundav lutervunln. The HHrdy after
noon train from Cairo arrival In new York Monday
nnrnlngat 1U:35. Tulriy-iU bourilu advinceof
uotlmr ronte. ... . , .
IWFor throngh tlckati and further Information,
tpr.1T it lllluoli Central Railroad Uupot, Cairo.
" J. U. JONK8, Ticket Agont.
1. TI . IIAN80N, Oim. PaM. Agont. Chicago
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M. I).
Phvsioian and Surjroon.
Hpuclal attuutlon paid to the HomeopVhlc treat
mcut of eurglcal diaoiire,, and dlietaoi of womun
Offlcn! OnHthetront, oppoelto the l'ot Otllce.
W. C. JOCELYN,
OFfltlE -Klghtk HUent, near Comoerctal ATeime
JH. K W. WHITL0CK,- '
uphui-No. 1U Commercial Avenue, between
Whilt other Baking Powden art largely
adulterated with Alum and othtr hurtful
hat bn kept unchanged in alfltt original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness it the fact of
it! taring received the hiqhitt testimonU
ale from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OViH. ,.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Loufa, Mo.,
lartUrn -t L.pilla Ywt fii, Dr. FtIm1. M
riarvrlai UaTacih d lr, Prltf f.W rtrflatM,
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KETA1L.
fhe Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT! Eli ScCO..
Qor.'iiiulrithUeel) p0!.,. til
CointnefclftlAt.oi UllIIU 111
gT. LOUIS fe UALttU Jl.iv.
TRAISH HUN AS FOI.LOWb.
U.I NO AFTER X3SID1T, OCrolIK tj.
Expreii anit Mall lcavei Cairo. everv day except
Mui.diy, at 8:15 t m. Arrir.i it Eait 8t. Louli it
8:20 p.m Arrival it Curo it 4:p. m.
Accoramodjitlon arrlvei it ll:W a m. and
parti it 1 0 p. m.
HORSE SHOEING SHOP.
I hive opaned a
on Wth ctrect. hetwoun Commercial and Wathlng
ton area , bnvlnt given this b'ialoM my ipeclil
Over Twenty Yeans
I frel confident I can gWo perfect aatlsfactlon. I
bare not onlv g'.vtn my attentloa to
MAKING AND KITTING SHOES,
hut bjve nude ths cintrict:oa of the foot ind
limbii ittHy ilti'. wMCj emb me to (It my
bo properlv and In to doing relieve! th horn
from a great dull of Injury tial he woild otter
vle be inbj ict to.
Hoptuij bv atrlct ituntlon to bulnei iod. fair
dealing to receive 4 itbraliha-e of the public pit
loniga. YonnKwpect. JOHN MoCLELLAK.
(jAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
(1,1 and after Mon lav. July ii. and until further
nolle .tho ferryboat I'lirae Vtti will run at nor
ae poitibleoa t ie lolloping ttmo UDle:
Foot Fourth it
" 7:(Hli. in.
Kentucky Ld f.
H 80 '
1:00 p, tn.
4:00 p. m.
7:M a. ru.
8:00 . m.
6 ;10 p.m.
4:3(i p. m
On last trip leaving Keutu-kv 1 andlng it 4 :30o'clock
o.m ,the boat will gotoBlrde Point, making con
nection with r A Ht . L. paa ongor train for Cairo.
First trip at H:M a. m. leaving 0 tiro. Will connect
with T. A Ut. L. train leaving Cairo.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CIIAA. CCNNIMJ
8:30 A. M . Novcmnor 84 Itoi,
; 1. M.
11 H7X 117 1517 07S
M.".'S W4 Ni " h
Corn-5 can. O0,'O0 buebel Canal.
W. Y. LAMuut.y, r!rr editor of , ai5 Bcllbti
and attanboit pmnr ar..nt. OrUarn for all
klndeof ntBHinbnat Job pjinilng aoHclted. t:!!ce
at Bowq. ', European Uotol, No. 7i Ohio luvoe.
HTAOE8 OF TUB RIVER.
The river rairkod by the giugu last
evcoiriKat this port, 11 feet 4 inches and
Pittsburg, Nov. 3'.'
ft iuches and falling.
-6 p. m River 2 feet
Cincinnati, Nov. 22 rj p
m. River 0
feet 8 inches and ribing.
Louisville, Nov. 226 p. m. River 5
feet 10 inches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 226 p.m,
10 inches and rising.
8L Imis, Nov. 22 -6 p.m.'
8 inches and rising.
-River 2 feet
The City of Biton Rouge for New Or
leans this evening.
The Golden Crown trom New Orleans is
overdue for Cincinnati.
Tho Clinton for Memphis ia due here this
evening from St. Louis.
The Cons Millar from Memphis is due
this evening for Cincinnati.
The Bdle Memphis from St. Louis pass
ed down hat night with a good trip.
The Hillmau from Nashville did not put
in ber appearance. Don't know tho cause.
The Hudson from St. Louis is due hero
this eventou fr Paducah and Shawuee-
The fine Anchor Line steamer City of
Vicksburg is due up this morning for St.
The City ut Ciro leaves St. Louis for
Vicksburg this evening, and is due here
The Paris C. Brown received about 500
tons of freight here and departed for New
Orleans at 11 last night.
Tho weather for three d iys has been
beautiful and clear, and if not quite so cool
would make Indian summer; but busineea
on the wharf has been rather dull.
Mr. Frink Gazzjlo and lady, also Bud
Smedley and lady, with several others
crossed tbe river yesterday to "angle" in
the lake, and wo are informed they caught
a large lot of select bass an J perch.
Capt. W. C. Tichenor and Will 8. Hays,
of the Louisville Courior-Jourual. have
been to Pittsburg to bwk at the fine steam
er named in honor of Mr. Flays. The
Pittsburgh are extravagant in praise of the
A little towboat, called the Elliott, came
down the river yesterday with two barges
loaded with green cane, and at a distance
looked as though she was towing two
small islands as the cane obscured the
barges and all that could be seen of the
boat was her chimneys and pilot-house.
Tho Vint Shiukle has been detained on
account of business, but she will report
here this morning sure. She goes to Mem
phis under tho command of Capt. M. M.
Deeui,onouf tho most popular officers ou
the Ohio or Mississippi. For hit first trip
as chiel we will give him a good "soud-ofF
in the way of passengers.
Description of a Chill.
I had the pleasure, the other morn
ing, of a hugo chill. RoRdcr, have you
ever had ft chill P If you haven't, you
just ought to have one. What exqui
site rutiiUiunis they produce! As soon
as I felt tho approach of the chill I pre
pared for the attack thus: I cut off tho
ends of two pods of peppor and swal
lowed them, and thon cut open another
largs pod arid rubbod down iny baok.
Already drcssod in a thick vest and
coat, I went to bed without dicrobing,
and covered closely with two tilled
quilt. But all In vain! When tho obill
attacked mo, though I was burning "P
withlu and without, 1 could uot foul
warm. O, what Is thoro iu this wide
world liko a chill P Tho baro thought of
one transports me into nu ocstanyof
horror. Elbcrton (Oa.) Am South.
It is said that the whin is never used
for horses on Governor Stanford tt took
farm al Palo Alto, California; and not
only Is this forbiddpu, but an ' angry
word hy any of tho men Is followed by
Instsut dlsniiKsal. There are on this
farm five hundred and thlrlv-soveu
head of horses, nearly all yearling and
AN ERRONEOUH BELIEF.
HOW A MINTAKEN TIIKnllY MiAttLY COST
WEI.L-KNoWN MINIHTEH HIS
The following rutuurktible t-'ateinent,
made by a well knowu Baptist clergyman,
besides tho unusual matter of value it
contains, will tl found mosit readable aud
Mksshs. Edit his: I have always believed
most firmly in the brotherhood of men, Bnd
that every hutum being is in duty bound to
assist his fellow man to the fullo.it extent
of his power. Tbo relation, therefore, of
my personal experience will, I trubt, prove
of beuclit to many thousands in this land.
My earlier years were full of health aud
pleasure. After the completion of my edu
cational studies I undertook the proiei'sion"
of h aching, and under the severe strain to
which I was subj-ctud I gradually became
reduced so that the leant exposure or ex
citement would bring on sick heaJaclie,
blliousntw and general prostration. I
gave up teaching and began to prepare
for the minihtry, and although I studied
h'trd my health seemed to jjrow no worse.
Finally I coinineuccd preaching, aud then
my old physical troubles returned. The
slightest amount of certaiu kinds of food
distressed me aud brought on heavy dull
ness, dizziness aud often great depression
of mind. A chunge of room, atmosphere
or clothing was almost certain to cause a
cold, accompanied by most painful suffer
ing. I attributed all this to tho Bevere
work I wis oblige! to do in tho ministry,
and so I did not attempt to remove it. I
next began to grow nervous and noticed
that my feet were cold, while rny left si le
and back frequently pained inc. I fe.lt a
Urowsy or sleepy sensation after citing,
while a litilo excitement caused mo to lose
mv appetiteentirely. At times my spirits
w; u!d be light t.nd I would feel as it' I
might live to a good old ace, when possibly
in less than an hour my head would reel,
my body uclie and I would be overcome
with it deathly sickliest'. After such an at
tack a cold swe-t would break out upon
me and this would be lollowed by compete
prostration. It would be impossible to de
scribe the suffering I endured at jheee
time-", an-1 yet I attributed it nil to over
work and uot to any special trouble or dis
ease. the" attacks rirst1". f''ou tho time
physician. He examined me and tlccl'arlo
that my lungs were affected and that I was
ou the road to consumption. I derided
this idea and so called upon another doc
tor. But ho told me the t.ame thing, us
did albO the other medical men whom 1
cousulted. Indeed, they all informed ine
tint unless I went to Colorado, Dakota or
the sea coubt there was little hope. How
ever, I did not change climate, but tried
U continue my work as best I could, A
yeir ago last May aud in tho Novembor
and December following I had three m-
vcro attacks of what the doctors said was
lung fever or pneumonia. 1 recovered Iroin
these by the most faithful nursing, but I
felt all the time as I know now that my
troubles c1 id uot originate in the lungs, but
some other nrgnoB of tho body. It is
true, I felt severe paius in my lungs anil I
expectorated a great deal. I was ex
tremely sensitive to cold, an ! the least
draft or change wf apparel tended to bring
ouacold. My breathing was often most
difficult and it frequently soemtd that with
all my exertions I could uot get enough air
into my lungs to satisfy them or keep my
blood pure. As I am large in atature,
weighing over 200 pouuds, nud being iu
the prime of my usefulness, you can imag
ine how I shrunk from the inevitable fate
which seemed to staro me in the face.
Ouo Sunday evening last February, upon
coming down from my pu'pit, almost pro
strated and feeling that possibly it would
be tho last time I should ever enter it
again, a member of my church approached
me aud said: "Bmtlior Humphrey, I know
jutt what you need to restore you to health.
I have been troubled just hs you are and I
am perfectly well now." I thanked him
for hia suggestions, but shook my head
sadly, for I felt .hat there was little hope
for me. However, after I returned home I
begun to reflect upon tho subject, aud liu
ally sent my son to procure some of the
mediciuo which had been so highly recom
mended. If faith were au clement Duces
sary to tho success of a mudieine, it cer
taiuly was lacking in this case, for I was
really hopeless. Greatly to my surprise
turnover, I began to feel much better, and
tho following Sunday I was able to preach
with cotntmrativo oaso. I coutinued to
grow better as I contlnuod to use tho inedl
cine, for It scorned to reach my entiro iys
cm. I was able to preach, sin and work
without exhaustion, aud to-day I am a wel
mau, sloop soundly, eat heartily, fool no
lung troubles, and I bollevo I owo my life
and hoalth wholly to Warner's Safe Kid
noy and Livor Cure, which I consider i
benefaction to suffering humanity.
It is onlv natural that since my recovory
I should fool enthusiastic otor the remedy
winch had restored me and also observe
its effects upon others. As a result, I am
forced to the coticluMou that very much
sickness which is supposed te originate iu
theluugs, arises wholly from disordered
kidneys and liver. I believe thousands or
people are suffering to-day and looking for
ward, as I was, to consumptive's grave,
when their lungs aro wholly sound and
they might be restored to perfect health
by the same means that I employed. Be
litving these trutns and roaliziug their im
portance .to the world, I como out ' thus
openly, and siy that I believe, under God,
this remedy is a public benefaction, and I
would most cordially and earnestly com
mend it to the world as a blessing to hu
manity. Rnv. B. F, HuMrattKT,
Pnstor Baptist Church.
Ambot, III., July 24th, 183.
Whr.u tho supply of coal gt;.i short,
elsewhere, the world win turn to China
for "black diamonds." . Baron Kiehtho
leu shows that in that country the sup
ply of nnthraeito coal m not Ih.x Than
)3i),ixiUHh),0mj of ton., and tho bitum
inous coal area U just ns largo. The
baron thinks that, taking what U left in
other parts of the. world with the Chi
neso coal area, we need not fonr a fuel
famine. lie thinks that tlm sttpplv in
tbo Chiueno province of Shan.shi afone
will last the world about four thousand
A Faultier family Medicine.
'.'I havo used in my family Simmons'
Liver Regulator for the last ehrht or tea
years, and found it to supercede anything
leconimenocu lor cuius, tever and ague. I
have given up colomel, quinine aud all
other mercurial treatments. I give it to
my children, from one year old to those ot
twenty-five years old. It is all you could
wish in a family. Please use my name as
you wish. Very truly,
E. 11. Ukbanks, Crawford Co., Ga."
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Strwt
OA I HO, ILLS.
V. BHOSS. I'residuui.
U. VKLl,tt, Cashier .
P. NrrPP, VlcuPrue'nt
T. J. Berth. .Vea'! rnb
...Cairo I William K'.i..i . .(.'mrc
... " I Wlllimn Wall.... '
P. BroM ..
C. M Ontrrloh .
K 4 Huuvr....
A t.ENEK.W. lllNKINO I1USIN BM 0ONK.
Exchange Mid and bought. lulerurt pul.l it
the living Department. Collections made and
ail b'ibin.ini promptly attended tn.
fJIHKCITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, llliiioiai.
.1 "MlU I.gVKU.
A General Buuking buninps
TUOt3. AV. IIAia-iUAV.
Crt M ll I IT
j(y;TttnrwsE having bank.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOa W. IIAJ-I'IUAY,
Coin mission Merchants,
WVB HRAIN AND HAY
Kyptian Flouring Milk
KkboHtCaHh Prtee Paid for Whpal,
A NO (US KITTKRS,
rioii'ui win iu sViinru1 AVn
Luivrj vi r.sjij.. -
LIFT PUMPS FUltNlSIIBD AND PUT
... . .........k.M.t-r,
IT IX A HUKrVJlALIIVr
MANNER, (J AS FIX
TURES ikT all lii,it.lir,il.liiiit In nrilnr. li'd SxlUfO f
bronamli Jn'ihlu promptly ttuudd to. (Inlera
rccolvud at lianlel Hitttinau'a or at Hit tbop, .
COMMKUCtAlj AVICM'K WBTWKKN '
MN KTII AND TENTH STRBBT4,
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, Jc.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never falls to cure
all these diseases.
Batten, Novembtr td, iI3i.
Biiow'N Chimical Co.
Gentltmtm For ye.rt I Vi.vi
beenagrcat sufferer from Dyapepala,
and could get no itlufthaviiij ultd
everything which wji recommend,
ed) until, acting on tbt advica of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Bhown's Iron Uittmi, I tried a
bottle, with moat lurpriting reiulu.
Prcvioua to taking Brown's laoN
Bittirs, everything I ate diatrcaacd
ma, and I suffered greatly from a
burning acniaUon In tha stomach,
which waa unbearable. Since tak
ing Browm Iron Bimira, all my
trouble! art at aa and. Can eat any
lima without any diiafncabl ra
iulti. I am practically another
pmoa. Mri. W J. Tivrne,
y Maverick St., E. Boaton.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acta like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms.Buch as tast
ing the food, Belching,
Heat in th Stomach,
Heartburn, etc. Tho
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Druggist.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that alt Iron Bitten are mada hy
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have erased red lines and trade,
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
ML'l'l'AL All) SOCIETY,
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IN8UB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv lUh, 1877, Suiter the laws 0
tli Stat of IlllnoU. Copyrighted .Iuh
, 1H77, t'utlfr Act of Coiigrvss.
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KL. U. W UITK
K X KO IT T I V K CO M MITTKK.
Win. r.PITC'F.tt. I.. S. THOMAH.
W.C.JUCKI.YN, F. V1NCKNT,
WILL T. KEDUUHN.
J. A.r,oldtlM.ofOulilallniX Ito'iiwir.whol.
al and rt il Urv good.to.( Ja. 8. MoQahty.
lumbar 0alur,' W.u. K. PlKhor, romwil igontj
Albert Lawla, dtialnr lo flulir aill grain', L. .
Thiiius. hrlckluyeri Moa rhllltpa. contrantof
and bulldnri II .. A. Chwrnhlny, ;r.rri lUoj.
t,wl, surMirv and twrnay at la! jr. H.
Mari.au, II tnifnallilo phyiivtani u Sa der. of
Bacdnr A Hon. vrocers; R. II. Balrd. Iraq aupaN
mors Kd It Wltlte, laa't oo. W. U. M. A. Hv
elnirt rf. W. Spier. Ittmhar tnd w-mllll ..L.
Uorulgon.barHiT! K. B Olotrlch,' clrlt Vr..t, L. .
AP.H.K-) M. KobMr. sircUant tailor: Jeff
nark. dtlr In wall-paper asd window f
K Engllah.totitractur and bnlldurt wii'T. R4
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