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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
flotie. Inlhia column. eiiini eanta par Una for
Inland It cania par Una aacBaobawjaeutlnaur
lion. fM on wok. 30 cent! per lint. For one
month, 60 cent per line
A iiIood with all the furniture and fix
tures at corner of 14th and Poplar, on ac
count of licknew. Apply at saloon.
3t Mr. Keshelhcs.
For Bale or Trade.
A first clasi proporty conbistinff of 8 acrt,
Harden, etc., a good dwelling lioune, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story ham, ice house,
corn cribs, smoke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing cn be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and sue me.
gogtf John Tannkh.
Suit of Rooms for Kent
consisting of back and front parlors, suita
ble for sleeping rooms, 2d floor of Winter a
Block; Urge airv, and finely finished.
Southern exposure; six windows; ventila
tion excellent. For particulars enquire at
the Arlington House. lw
For Sale Farm.
A oood farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass posture; farm
contains 192 acres; in Bond couDty, Ills.,
2M mile's from railroad station.
E. A. BCIISETT.
Farmhands; wages $15.00 per month.
Apply to II. J. D .al & Son, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A Dew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
For Rent or Sale.
Onnofthe most desirable residences at
Villa Ridge. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
R. Workman, Villa Ridge, 111.; also piano
for sale. 671m
Ice, Wood and Kindling1.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. oer 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, $4 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Tim pranc i!ron of A. Sneer's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year, uis vineyaras in iie
Jersey have so increased each year that he
has been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and for weak and aged persons.
For sale by Paul O. Schuh, druggist.
For the brain and nerve is what we need in
these days of rush and worry. Parker's
Ginger Tonic restores the vital energies and
brings good health and joyous spirits
quicker than anything you can use. Trib
une. Williams & Lon'gcor, Belviilere, III., says:
'We sell no medicine which gives better
satisfaction than Brown's Iron Bitters."
Million Given Away,
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, CoughB and
Colds, have bceu given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disantrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Since boyhood I have been troubled with
Catarrh and Hay Fever, and have been un
able to obtain permanent relief until I used
Ely's Cream Bttlm. It has cured me. E. L.
Clickener, New Brunswick, N. J. Price 50
Reject the Offer
by a dealer of any article claimed to possess
properties identical with ormmilar to teeth
saving 80ZODONT. Only purchase the
real Simon Pure, which defies both imita
tion and competition. Nothing can vie
with it in efflcicv. as a donor of dental
health and beauty, notwithstanding any
representation to the contrary. It causes
the teeth to uleatn like burnished ivory
contains no hurtful ingredient, and has a
most grateful flavor and smell.
Better than $10,000!
"I spent over $10,000 in 23 years," said
Major II. W. limes, of Boston, Mass., "in
beiug dnctred for epilepsy. I employed
the best physicians in New Orleans, Ht
Louis, N. York, Pliila , Boston, London and
Paris, but all to no purpose. Samantau
Nervine lias cured me entirely." $1.50.
A Sufferer From Rheumatism,
I limped about for years with a cane,
and could not bend down without excruci
ating pin. Parker's Ginger Tonic eflected
an astcmUhing cure and keeps mo well. It
is infallible. M.Guilfoyle, Bingliamton,
Work Given Out. On receipt of vur
address we will ranks au offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
Huckien'8 Arnica halve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Harry
Never Give Up.
If you aro suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will bo inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
lu the praise of Electric Bitters. Bold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
Tho Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS,
Mniir.. in tnaaa coiomna. ten cenli per line,
iwh tna.rtlon end whether
. ..i.. i,....n min'i bualneaa internal ar
m. w m Mnr&n is clerk on the
steamer Gus Fowler.
Dr. and Mrs. Wardner, of Anna, were
in the city yesterday.
-According to Wiggins, next Friday is
to bo tho warmest day of the Beason.
Mrs. Jno. Haynes, and her mother and
little brother, are In Du Quoin, visiting
friends. They left Monday.
Miss Mamie Bishop, of Clinton, 111.,
arrived yesterday and is visiting at the
residence of Mr. George Parsons.
Mr. D&nel Holmes is local passenger
conductor ou the trains coming iu vu
southern branch of the Illinois Central
The street committee met again yester
day afternoon and considered some matters
of importance in connection with the streets
and walks of the city.
During the storm Monday night nearly
two and a half inches of rain fell and the
highest velocity of the wind was at the
rate of fitty wne miles per hour.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
S Justie Robinson iyesterday fined
George Wesley $5 and costs for failing to
pay street tax or working on the streets;
and and a negro worn in the same amount
for using cuss words.
Ton cars ot gravel were brought down
on the Illinois Central road last evening
and unloaded below Eighth street for use
in raising the tracks of the company along
that part of the levee.
The families of Mr. Daniel Fitzgerald
and Constable Sheehan are sojourning at
C.ri'i Rnrinrra in Johnson county. The
family of Alderman Walker w!ll leave to
day for the same resort.
Translated from the Omuibus: "Well,
Mrs. Meier, how goes it in the married
life?" "At first went it not to the best, but
since I from my husband separated am,
come we right well with one another out,"
-The river continues to rise here. Ten
inches were reported for the twenty-four
hours ending at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Sergeant Ry believes that we will
not Lave more than thirty feet on the gauge
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand, at The Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number,
ing $1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples ot
paper or checks. tf
About 9 o'clock last night a white
stranger received a bad cut across the left
arm in a row of some kind with some ot
tho ba-ad niggers who inhabit Pinch. The
particulars of the fuss will probably be de
veloped in the police courts to-day,
Mr. C. W. Chears, of tho Mobile and
Ohio railroad offices here, has resigned to
accept the position of southern passenger
agent on the Richmond and Danville-road,
with headquarters at Atlanta, Ga. Mr.
Chears has been with us for some time and
has made many triendB who will congratu
late him upon his advancement while re
uniting his departure.
In addition to the fine display of "sil
ver, gold and precious stones" in tho win
dow ot Jno. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
aro a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that aro worth studying. tf
Messrs. J. A. Goldstino and Charles
Thrupp are about to lay down a now brick
walk in front and along the side of thier
respective residences, which will bo novel
in tho form of the brick used. The bats
are twice as large as tho ordinary brick
bats and inclined to be cone-shaped. They
are burned very hard and will certainly
makes substantial walk.
A special meeting of tho city council
was held last night and the most important
of the proceedings was the passago of the
ordinance making the tax levy for the next
fiscal year, recoiving tho report of the
street committee and concurring in its rec
ommendations, and appointing a committee
to select a new council chamber and polico
Captain T. N. Kimhrough will start
the Ella Kimhrough in tho Cairo ind
New Madrid trade next Friday and the
boat will thereafter leave Cairo every, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday. Bee adver
tisement elsewhere in this issuo.
The robbery caso of Saturday night on
Hail road street, which was to have come up
In Magistrate Comings' eourt yesterday,
turned out to bo a (kale. The victim, a
man namod Barton living at Hickman, Ky.,
had left the city and did not appear, and
onu of the alleged perpetrators of tho rob
berywaa also non eBt, while the other,
young Borcn, of Mound City, received an
Marshal Ross cauio down from Mound
City for the man Orovey yesterday, and it
appears that the naturo of Orovey 's offensi
was just as stated in yesterday's Bulletin.
There was therefore vory plainly no caio of
any kind agaloit him. Grevcy had not
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 188S.
passed counterfeit money, for the pin which
he gave in satisfaction of a $5 lino was
Hindu of a genuino nickel of good uud law
ful money. He had simply "valued" it at
$5, which he had a perfect right to do
ftliouizh he can buy them here at a dollar a
dozen!, and the officer had. in violation of
law, taken it as security for, or in payment
of, tho fine and costs assessed against Inni
The name of tho white man who was
cut in the arm ou Fifth street last night is
Ed. Mallory. He is an old fellow, from
Mill Creek; he lodged in one of the dis
reputable dens down there kept by t
negress named Charlotte Thompson, and in
a slight misunderstanding with her receiv
ed his wound from a razor in tho woman's
hand. The cut is a bd one, but the old
fellow deserved it. Charlotte was placed
under arrest by Chief Myers.
-Tho Chicago Riilway Review pub
lishes the following table showing the
gross earninas of tho following railroads
for tho first half ot 1883, and for the last
week iu Juue, accompanied by statistics in
dicating tho gross earnings of the same
roads for corresponding periods in 1SS3:
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern, num
ber of miles, 723, 810; Fourth woek in
June, $179,320, $183,723; May 1 to Juno
30, 1,050.550, 1,112,798. Wabash, St.
Louis & Pacific, number of miles, 3,348,
3,518; Fourth week in June, $385,344,
$311,654; May 1 to June 30, $358,592,
-The shoo shop of J. W. Williams just
above the old Bulletin building on Wash
ington avenue, was entered by a nefjro dur-
ng Monday night and robbed of a pair of
brogan shoes, an overcoat and a voluru of
Hill's Minimi." Yesterday evening Wil
liams "dropped ou" the fellow who ho
thought had done the job and, in company
with Officer McTigue, he went to Ohio
levee when the Illinois Central gravel
train was being unloaded below Eighth
street, scanned tho faces of tho men en
gaged in the work and pointed out a young
negro who had the shoes then on his feet as
tho burglar. The accused was arrested
and, in spite of his loud protestations of in
nocence, was taken to Jail to be examined
There has been a good deal written and
said against the prosent jury system. Its
fallacies have been exposed aod its weak
points shown up till the only thing that re
mained to say for it was that it was to be
accepted till something better should bo
suggested. The Memphis Avalanche, tak
ing a pratical view of the quostion, de
nounces it in this bitter paragraph: "Tho
fierce hunt for jurymen to try Polk still
goes on. 1 his case turmshes a liappy illus
tration of the absurdity of our jury system. '
Anything more ridiculous than the specta
cle of a lot of court officers scouring the
highways and by ways, day after day, for
the purpose of c.pturing ignoramuses to
serve on a jury for the trial of a distin
guished citizen charged with crime, it is
impossible to conceive."
Monday Chief Myers received a letter
from tho marshal of Centralia, stating
that a white girl about thirteen years of age
had run away from homo, leaving her
mother ah ne, and asking him to look out
for her. Yesterday the girl was found
loitering about tho Union depot and was
taken to polico headquarters. She was
very reticent, but stated after 6omo coajting
that she came through this city last Friday,
was met hero by a woman living in a small
Missouri town about sixty-five miles from
here, but came back hero yesterday, spend
ing the last cent she had in a steamboat
ticket for this city. She refused to give
her name, said she lived in Terre Haute,
Ind., and that her parents were both dead.
Thero is no doubt hut that she is the girl
wanted in Centralia.
A party of young men went from here
to Dixon Springs Monday morning. At
Vienna they were met by the hack they had
engaged, and after duo calculation it wns
discovered that either one of the party or
the two boxes of bottled beer had to bo
left behind that trip. The suggestion that
the beer ho left behind was promptly and
very emphatically sat down upon by a
unanimous vote, and another ballot as to
who of tho party should make room for the
beverage and walk to the Springs resulted
in thi selection of Mr. Haas, the obese
salesman ot Mr. A. Marx's clothing house.
A loud protest from Mr. Haas met only
with cruel, derisive hilarity from tho crowd,
and it is Bald that Mr. Haas waddled several
leagues behind tho wagon on foot all tho
way to tho Springs, thirsting more for ven
geance than for beer,
Mound City is still happy in her af
fliction. Tho coroner's jury In tho Howard
cuho met again yesterday. Other diseases,
flux among them, have wrestled with
tho jury for possession of tho field; but the
jury was two many for them and coutinues
master of the situation. It has been said,
by men no doubt who did not comprehend
tho consumato silliness of tho suggestion,
that the jury wai composed of tho intellec
tual lights of Pulaski county, was appoint
ed by O v. Hamilton and at tho suggestion
ot tho iuimaculato "Dirty-third" Illinois
legislature, to institute a thorough investi
gation ot tho mysteries surrounding tho
Identity of tho man who struck Billy Pat
terson, and to report the results of their in
vestigations to Governor Ponsonhy. Pom
ponsonby, in the year of our Lord throe
thousand and two. But, as intimated, this
suggestion is vory likely only a speculation.
At any rate we prefer to believe that the
jury was not appolutod by the governor, Is
not composed of the intellectual lights of
Pulaski county (hut of men possessing in
superlative degree the ruling trait of the
quadruped quartered between an ass
and a mare, commonly called a mule,
as is amply proven by the steadiness and
persistency with which they pursue a given
purpose), and that its object is not to solve
thi important problem which has puzzled
the best intellects of philosophers, newspa
per reporters, detectives and sowing circles
of several ages, but to save their beloved
city from the ravages of contageous dis
etsos which are prevailing to an alarming
extent opposite there in Kentucky. And in
this purpose lies the jury's great virtue. As
a thorough infectant, so that no other dis
ease, however death-dealing and virulent,
can gain a foot-hold within fifty miles of it,
this jury beats yellow fever, clear out of
time. In this respect it comes nearer being
a holy terror than anything wo have ever
seen, and Mound Cityitcs should see that
they are not deprived of the thing until all
danger of bcomiiig infected with other
diseases shall have passed.
A New York entomolgist annouuets
that the sparrows will not eat the hairy
caterpillar, which is tho worst of all the
park pests. Ho further says that no bird
within his knowledge has sand enough iu
its craw to devour and digest the hairy cat
erpillar. The sparrow gets credit for de
stroying the smaller and more tender
worms and keeping tho trees fairly clear of
them, but the worst worm of all they allow
to fatten ou the trees, spin their cocoons,
and sport as gay and festive moths. One
of these caterpillars will eat ten times its
weight in leaves beforo it reaches its
growth, and a single family of them can
strip a treo. It is suggested that small boys
who are fond of climbing be engaged to go
to war with the long-haired caterpillars.
Thero are thousand of idle hoys, and in
this employment of killing caterpillars they
would combine business with pleasure.
The honorable gentleman who "secur
ed" the passage of the $3,000 Mound City
appropriation bill in tho "Dirty-third" Ills.,
legislature, by the expenditure of $950 of
good lawful money, and who was reimburs
ed for this expenditure by the city council
of Mound City at a late meeting, did, we
understand, graciously condescend to give
tho name of one honorable member of the
lower house of tho legislature for whose
vote and iuilueuce he had paid the sum of
$'300. Hut this honorable member, being
told of the revelation, shed tears copiously
ike a child, an 1 vehemeutly pronounced
the allegation an infamous fabrication and
th 'j alienator a base liar. Now what is the
allegator going to do about it? Will he
open his maw and send forth a mass of ac
cusing saliva that shall overwhelm the man
who thus lares to cast reflections upon his
reputation for truth and veracity, or will he
clo.-.e his j iws down tight upon the lie Lur-
led so energetically into his teeth aod swal
low it with an effort and a horrible grim
ace? We pause for further developments.
But, by tho way, what became of the other
$600? Why did the honorable gentleman
not make a clean breast of the whole dis
graceful affair? Why did he give the name
of only one of thone whose votes and influ
ence in favor of an appropriation of the
people's money ho had to purchase? Why
did he account for only $300, when he ask
ed for and received $050? This transaction
may have been as straight a transaction as
any other transaction ever was. A senator
may buy legislative influence to secure the
passage of an appropriation for his consti
tuents, just as tho head of a family may
take a basket full of money and go to the
market for a tin cup full
of early veetaLles. tho only difference
being that in the one case tho commodity is
manhood and honor and honesty and the
public interest, and in the other it is sim
ply cabbages and things. But about this
Mound City transaction thero is something
mysterious, and mystery in a matter ot that
kind always affords a reasonable ground
for a suspicion of crookedness. The honors
blegentleman who secured the passage of the
Mound City appropriation bill for $050 has
accounted for $300 of this money (though
very unsatisfactorily in view of the em
phatic duniil of the other party to the
transaction); but unless ho will now clear
away all the mystery connected with the
little transaction, unless ho will tell to
whom and for what he paid the remaining
$050, some people will be under the pain
lull necessity of believing that this latter
sum was appropriated by tho honorable
gentleman himself. Let us have a full ex
planation. A printer who worked at tho case,
Hurt his arm in a typo setting race,
He had to quit work,
St. Jacobs Oil jerk,
Tho pain clean away from its base.
A SAD CASE.
"Gd Zooks! Bon jourl" It was in tho
twilight of a July evening when the cres
cent moon cast its faint light upon the
manorial demesne of Clifford McMurty, and
outlined upon tho castellated walls, the pa
ternal flannel shirt that hung pendant from
tho family line, that thoso words wero ut
tered. It was wash-day Fair Isolino had
damponod tho clothes, and taking a vol
ume on "Esthetic Culture" from tho library
slnlf, eh" betook herself to tho wood Bhed,
to coinmuno with her secret thoughts, and
read from the tome beforo her. Isoline was
justeightoen.aud loved; loved purely, strong
ly.and with all tho sincerity of a MoMurty's
love. Wild, weirod, thoughts, coursed her
mind this summer eve. Tho ever and anon
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PREMISES. We Iiaf e a large
STOCK of B
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CHL0RALUM, GIR0NDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
Noli tun In Ihi- column three llnei or lem drn
one Ifuurllou or $1.00 p.r waulc.
LOKHAI.K. Ultnkt, ChutU Morgana, Kpi-.rU)
1 Warrant v nd Wnrraniv I)i kiI t tlm Rnit..iin
Job office TH ob lo Levc
V K WALK. A He country place of 5 r-,
4 partly feu cod. H llo'cru 1, rk on tho jtTitA'.
auntie (load: baa adwellinttof H roon.a; good well,
Ac I'rlcu f l.'iU. AIh an acre In cultivation, cloa
by. Undue" Mlnrral Surinua aro only J. of a mile
dlMaut. M. J. HoWLhV. Heal Katale Aeent.
NKW YORK STORE,
WlIOLKtSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IN" THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY 'CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Kit CO..
Cor. Nineteenth atrp.at I
Commercial Avnn i
Cairo & Ht. Louis Packet.
Tbe palatial Anchor Line iteamer
Will eave Cairo every Sat irlay and Tueaday evon
lug at o'clock, kIviiir Cairo a dally boat (or ht.
Kor particular a ratea, etc., apply to Capt.
Th,a. W. Shield, General Atfent, or Sol A. Sliver,
Cairo .te New Madrid liickt.
The fine paieDi;er and freight auatucr
will leave Cairo ivery
Monday, Wednesday aod
(particularly the anon) suappiug of her
corset strings, betoken thu seething tempest
in her soul. Esther Syk'.-s had told her that
morning, tout U:cii 1 rigger lad resigned
the League why nlie !il not sy. On thi9
Bho pondered; ho was lost! lost! Cecil
stood beside her. lie had come on a bi
cycle o'er the cin k-r wulk, and Isolino was
unaware of his prienro, until his arm en;
circled her stays. Cecil was the first to
speak: "Sweet Isoline, what aileat thou?
Why doth the McMurty weep? Briny tears
are irrigating thy lily white, and revealing
the delusion bencatl'. Dearest Isoline, tell
me, thy dude, thy Cecil tell me all."
Casting her.iclf into his arms, and mooring
her head upm his bient, until her lei t ear
canopied thu bogu.4 diamond on his shirt
front, sho murmured : "Cecil, dear, since I
met you at the League last April, I have
loved you with a frenzied, take-me-buggy-riding-or-I'll-die
love. You aro the treo
upon which tho fnj't of my heart doth
grow, you are my life, my all. Didst thou
not tull me tho League would be our try
sting place? that there, every Tuesday
evening, without tax on thy weekly salary,
we could get cream and cake, which at
tiaup's, has been such a heavy tax ou your
weekly salary? Why did you not tako me
to tho last meeting of the League?" Spring
ing from his embrace, she thundered, ''Are
you an Idle Log?" Cecil trembled; the
agony ot his life was approaching; tho
crisis was come, nnd he had to meet it.
Raising himself until his suspenders groan
ed, and clearing the battlements in a sin
gle bound, he hissed "I am," and added
with a domouiac shriek, "I'm Sergeant
Mr. Fithinn mndo tho following nont
address: "H becomes my melancholy
duty, on behalf of the members of tho
Will County bur, to make the olrlcitii
announcement to this court of tho death
of ouo of its ofllcers, cut down just as
ho was emerging from tho cloudy at
mosphero which envelopes and "ofton
bewilders anil discourages tho strug
gling tryos In their endeavor to gain a
firm foothold upon tlio clear table-land
und in tho genial sunshine whore walk
tho;e who nave attained a standing in
our honored profession that commands
respect and seen res independence."
and Cor, litli & Wash. Ave.
Manufacturer and Dealor In
6th Struei, between Com'l Ave. uud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMC.VJTIOS,
Wdi Ilm!rd. All Hind of bievi Made.
IAS. B. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
OA.1KO. - - ILL.
' Our wagons are now delivering the
PISTILLEI) )rATEJl JCE
to all partd of the city.
We solicit your patronage and assure
you that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full
weights at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 40c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at
Telephone No. 98.
our Factory, or
Eyerybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Wato Ice Mfg. Co,
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - Illinois.
01 IIUOLM lliil Llll
130 and 118 Comraor- j
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of nil thn latoat. noweat colora
and quality, and beat manufacture.
Ilodr Briiaooln, Tipeilrloi, IiiR'in, pll
ClotbJ, c Jtc.
ing and Gents' Furnishing
TMa D' partrmmt oaenplua mil flonr anil
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