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THE CAIRO DAILY RTTTITTO
VAIMK ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1883.
Fur UyKjx ihI,
Co live net i,
C lironlo Dlar
Impurity of the
unci all DUfancs
riUH'l iy lie-
rangmneut of Uvr, Huwcla and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
Had Hreath ; l'ain In the fciile, sometimes the
pain it felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken fur
Rheumatism ; general loss of appetite; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes altern.itini; with U ;
the head it troubled with pain, it dull a.id heavy,
with Considerable lust of memory, arcoinpanica
with a painful sensation of Iravin,: uikKiiic suinctlving
trhlch oti(tht to have been done; a ktiht, dry cough
and flushed face it sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken fur consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and dcluluy; ncr vous, c.-.sily turtledj
feet cold or burning, sometime a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and di spondcnt,
and, although satisfied that derate would lie liene
rV.ial, yet one can hardly summon up fonitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every r .me ;y Several
ol the above symptoms attend tiie disease, but cases
have occurred when but fcw of them existed, yet
taamination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It eliould be lined by all iiemona, old aad
young, whenever any of the above
l'eriMins Traveling or Living In 111
liealthy Localities, liy taking a de on sion
ally to keep the l.iver in fiejlihy ,k iiii, mill avoid
all Malaria, llllimi altat k, liirr.niiit, Nau
sea, Irowsiness, IlcprcsM n of Spiriis, etc. It
will invigorate like a cia.i of wine, lint it no In
If You have eatrn anything hard of
rilKmtinii, or fed heavy afier mean, or aleeu
lea at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Tim antl Iortom' liillx nil) l,n saved
by alvraya kni'lng the Itcgnlator
In thn Iliiiiael
For, whatever the ailment may tn, a thoroughly
tafe purgative, allrrittlve and tonlfl un
never lie out of place, I lie remedy is liHrinlma
and doos not Interfere with business or
IT IS PIKKI.Y VK(ii:T.IH.K,
And has all the power and effn.aiy of I alomel or
(Quinine, without any of the injuno'is after elicits.
A Coventor' Teotitnniiy.
Simmons l.iver Kigol.itnr lus Iwen in use in my
family for mc time, and I m utiiiticd it is a '
vaiiuMc addition to liie niediL.il s iein e
J. Gill hHoaruK, Ijovcrnor of Ma.
Hon. Alexander II, Stephens;, of (its.,
ays: Have dented some hrnrfii from lh" use ol
Simmons l.iver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thine; Hint never fiirla to
Relieve." 1 have used manv remedies f-r lys
repsia, l.iver Afleitioo and liebilny, liut never
aire found an thing to benefit me to the stent
Simmons l.iver Regulator has. I sent from Win.
oesota so (leorg-ia for it, and would send 'urtlier for
such s medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tn.tl as it stems the only
thing that never tails to relieve
P M. Jannkt, Minneapolis, Minn.
I)r, T. XV, Maauii iivi From actual e
penence in the use ol Simmons l.iver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgauve medicine.
tejjrTalce only the fienulne, which always
baa on the Wrapper the red . Trade. Mark
and Hlgnature of J, II. ZKII.IN & t o.
FOR SALE nv AM. DR TWISTS
WK will p- tt .. rwH fcr try fMf M?r C-mtrU'tit
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au. t wiui xha, . l.ifrr I . 1., hn tW tjtrc. .
MttW t) 10 frt ULUftVtl-MI. P-.tlsr ( U1. I.ftf h-tt,
Uulnc r::t. i It i dru:iu. u ..r , f
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vtiHS C. Wl.iT k !.., A i W. Hviivfi M. (hi.M,
VlW WUi twlMnl l-jr unl j.rr tt . t ut ft 3 nut IW.
Health is Wealth !
Vn y C Wr.sT's Nebvk and 1'.i:aim Trkat.
HINT, a gtuintiitr,l Fixftlin for H)t"rm, Iijzii.
rnow, ( onviilsioiiM, Vitu. Nerrt'tiM N. iir.-ilt'irt,
HmiWlm, NorvoiiM Proi ration rnufd l) tl o un
o( alrxilml ortotwro, WakxfitlneM, Mental 1
preMioii, Knftemnituf tlio I'rnitt r'-r-nlutig in in
aantty and cnditi( to niiM-ry, tl"cny nnd H'nth.
rramatura Old Aire, Unrrrnm-Kiv I- of tmwrr
in either aox. Involuntary It and Hperruitt
orThfpa c!uil byovorxertmn f thebniin, wlf
abuse or nvor-indulirenue. riai'h Ikix mnttum
one month' tnvitinoiit. tl.ma Ix.x.or en Imixh
for .'.UJ,Mtit by until prrptidim rvcs'ipt of prion
XV H Ul -ARAXTKK HIX IUIv
To cure any chso. With each order roceivixl byns
for MX biixi. hffotnpaniHl with .'.t v.o wtil
send thopiircliHMTtmr written Kuatantee tn tis
fund tlio money if the tmittiictit does not ctlecf
cure. (iuuraiiUt'S lMUiodotib by
1IARHV W. SCIIU1I,
Druggist, Cor. Commercial sv. & Irtlh at., Cairo.
Q.EOIIGE II. LEACH, M.I). .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
bpoclal attuntlon paid to the II me. pathtc trout
men i of snrglcal dlnoaacs, and d'.sos'cs of women
and rhl tln-u.
OKKR'K tn Uih straot, opprsitc tlio I'ot
office, Cairo, 111
JJU. J. K. TltONO,
128 Cuntinorcial Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAI'OK, BLBCTHO VAPOU ami MKOICATliD
A lady lu attuudnnre.
piV W. C. JOCKLYN,
u i: N T 1ST.
fJKKH'K Klghta Ktfeet tien romn htrla! Avwunu
U. K W. WUITLOCK,
Ofru'-Nn. Hid Comntorclal Avunno, hiwn
K,irtt'i a tul Nltilh Htr"t
Bonn oil Halllday Avnnne, .between r.urlli itnd
Hlxtb cttnelit, Cairo, lllluola.
IWAI1 kind ol light and huavy hlnckumlililnit,
sgon and carrlago work done In the mostwoik
manlike mauner, llurm-shouliin I specialty and
atUfactloo guaraiitued .
WUL - . . ' ' . M
Companiet Equally Sure of
Gaining Their Point.
Oomolainta From Business Circlei
Sympathy for tbo Strikers-Two
Morders Caused by Betrayals
ST. Lous. July S3. After Sunday's
rent the position of the striker and the
telegraph companies la practically un
changed In St. Louis. Each body of the
contestants Is apparently as determined as
on Saturday, The striker know tiiey have
cut off all chances of re-iusutenient unlet.
they keep together. The companies,
especially the Western Union, Mill
assert that tbey can handle ullj the
bualnes offered tbrnv and that
they have all the men and women they need
to conduct their buniness. There Is no
lack of confidence. The itrlkont are mak
ing all necessary arrangements for a lon
period of idleness, anil the Wcstcii) I'tilon
is encaging all the operators It cm potnthly
secure, promising steady Hituations and in
creased pay over that which the old hands
rece t d.
The condition of affairs on 'Change wis
very much improved this morulne. The
Board of Trade Telegraph company hail
three wires in good working order between
here and Chicago, and messages were flying
between the two citic with their usual
rapidity. At the Western I'ninn oftice a
force of six operators, four of tberu tirst
class, one of them fair and the other very
poor, were supplying a very fatihfactory
tervlce, and the tneiubci of the Exchange
were very willing to acknowledge the ame
liorated condition of affairs.
'It's a preat deal bettur to-dav," Tresl.
dent Ewald remarked to a reporter. ' ' The
Western Union bas a very satisfactory force
of operators at work, and in many rtpeci
the situation of lant Saturday is (.'really
Improved upon. Tbe blackloardcrs are
being supplied pretty regularly with quota
tlons, and If we could only get
regular communication with the Inte
rior and with Toledo we would u
getting along nicely. Until we have
this, however, we shall have tbe right to
complain and shall not refrain from tbe
luxury. ' '
"I see that you have excluded the
striking telegraphers from t,he floor this
"Yes. There were complains made
Saturday that private policemen bad been
admitted to tbe floor, whose object was to
watch the strikers, and this morning i
came to tbe coDcrusioa that tbe best way to
be prepared for trouble is to prevent it, so
it was decided not to admit tbe strikers.
Anybow, it's a very hot day, and tbe fewer
outsider in tbe room the more comfortable
I. will be for tbe members. "
Among the visitors to the Exchange this
morolnu was Ms. Tom Burns, a member of
the Chicago Board of Trade. Speaking of
the strike be said that business on the
Chicago board bas been mi loudly em
barrassed by tbe great difficulty In semiring
telegraph service. Tbe Chicago hoard ban
only a few telegraph operator, and thev
are of no earthly good. Tbe tnerrhanis
place no dependence upon them. Satur
day, July 21, he received lhirty-seven
telcgraini, from different points, all of
which were dated the 19th.
Other parties bad bad tbe same experience.
The Chicago merchants were heartily In
sympathy with strikers, and tt has been
proposed to raise JCaj.UOO on the board to
help tbe boys out. There was talk, also,
of holding an Indignation meeting bv the
merchants to protest against tbe telegraph
servlco now being given tbcm, and also to
express their sympathy with the striking
telegraphers. If the workings of tbo
Western Union do not Improve very shortly
this meeting will undoubtedly be held. By
way of exemplifying that tbe service ren
dered at the St. Luis Exchange was
hardly as good as it ought to be, be stated
that a few minutes befor.ll he received
from Cblcazo a private telegram, showing
the price of wheat there to be 6 cents,
while the quotation placed upon tbe black
board at tbe same time waa 4K cents, a
difference of half a cent. With such dis
crepancies as these existing trading with
confidence is an Impossibility. Still tbe
members of the Exchange were willing to
acknowledge that an Improvement had
been effected, and, If it Is an earnest of still
better service to come, tbe anirry feelings
which were aroused on Saturday will be
allowed to slumber.
The cf&Ve of the Mutual Union company
on Third street was Invaded at 10 o'clock
this morning by six young ladies dresned
In white, much to astonishment of a group
of strikers who were standing near by. A
scout was at once sent Into the office to
learn who they were. Returning In a
few minutes, he remarked,
"That's all right, boys, they
are nothing but 'hams' from some tele
graph school, though they are mighty
pretty ones. We'll get some of the sis
ter to attend to thera." No further at
tention wax paid to the recruit, and short
ly afterward a reporter called on Miss
Krethey, who has charge of the office.
"Those young ladies," fche said, "are
gMngto work at once. My duty with
them at present Is to toacu them all about
tariffs and rates. They are all good oper
ators, and In a day or so will be competent
lo take charge of branoh offices. I have
had this oflicu open since lat' Tuesday,
At New York.
New York, July 23. -The force of op
eratora which reported for duly at the
Western Union this morning numbered
about 200. It was said that none of those
who were at work last week were raiding
from their posts. There. was business left
ver Sunday night, and this morning all
wires were clear, and there was no delay In
handling all matters, One of tbo oQloinls
said the outlook was becoming more en
couraging every day. no said: "The
force at our command I now more ad
vantageously distributed than at any
Umo since the beginning of the
strike and everything is working
reach moro smoothly than could have
eaa expected under Ut circumstances,
Undor this arrangement In tbe future wo
hope to avoid all tboae delays which neces
sarily resulted from tha dsmorallxation
attending the strike laatak. Tbe num
ber of applicant for altoatlons Is looreaauig
each day, and before tbe end of the week
we hope to bavo moat of tbo empty deski
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A ilarly Krlsster'v Fortane.
5aw Yukk, July 23. It It supposed tbat
John Russell, who died In Bellevue
JIoHpital recently, bas a nephew in this
country, but to far the authorities have
been unable to find blm. In Russell's
clothing were found $00 In greenback', and
a aavlngs bank book showing that he had
$40,000 to his eredit. Russell was apriutir
sixty years of age. Ha was of mlnerly bah
Its, taciturn In disposition, spoke seldom
to hit associates, denied himself prop
er food, and kept his lodg
ing place a secret. He said In the hospital
that he was born In England, came bere
thirty years ago, had set type on the Sun
long before It fell it Its prencnt manage
ment; had worked on tho Timet, and that
bis last plsce of employment was In a print
ing house. That was all be would tell of
hiiuiolr. The day of hit death a sketch of
tbo man was published, and It has traveled
far and wide. Letters from almost every
part of the United States and two from
Kngland, making inquiries about blm, have
been received. Tha callen and wrltert
said tbey believed tbey were relatives of tha
dead man and laid claim to bit money, ask
ing how they snould proceed to recover it.
Still no one has filed a claim. Unless a
bona fide relative of Russell la found all of
his effects will go Into tbo city treasury to
help pay tbe city's debt.
The Hill Investigation.
Wasuihoton, July 2a. The Hill Invest
igating committee this morning considered
Coleman '1 proposition to go to Chicago for
tbe purpose ol taking testimony regarding
the charges of fraud in the construction of
the custom-houHe of that city. It was de
sired thit the chairman and McClellan
should gc to Chicago and Alexander should
follow If necessary. Coleman said he In
tended H go West to-nigbt. Totten did not
believe te could accompany the committee
but said Hill would be represented. An
arlidavil was read signed by Patterson &
Thatcher, arcbltccU. of Chicago, denying
that any paper called fur by tbo committee
had been destroyed or suppressed. Re
curring to tbe proposed visit to Chicago
Totten called upon tbe committee to state
tee intended scope of, their investigation In
that city. He reminded tho chairman
eharges had been lnvestigrted by the
committee in 1872 or 1873 and hoped
the committee would not go over tbe whole
subject cf stone culling. If It was
to be Inquired into he wanted to know It
now, as one of his clients was Interested,
but he underitood tbe inquiry would be
confined to the steam beating charges, Tbe
chairman requested Coleman to make a
specific statement of tbe matters he wished
to Inquire into.
Tbe Mtorsa In Minnesota.
St. Paul, Minn., July 23. A ttorm
swept through southern Minnesota and
traveled as far as Huron, Dak., at noon
yesterday. It was moat furious at Manton
ville, Watloja, Elgin and Owatonna in this
state. At Mautonvillo a number of dwell
ingt aud business houses were demolished
and soeral people were killed nnd many
others seriously wounded. The village of
Elgin was almost completely wiped out.
The loss of life was greater than at Manton
ville, and the damage to prop, t ty very
great. At Owatonna all the buildings in the
I State Fair Grounds, which were being fit
ted tip for the approaching exhibition,
were completely destroyed. The Methodist
church, tbe largest In tbe town, was badly
damaged. Several persons were more or
less Injured, but none of them fatally. A
passenger train east was wrecked at Owa
tonna. The train first ran Into tbe ttorm at
St. Charles. Five cars were lifted from tbe
track and overturned Into a ditch. Of tbe
twenty-five passengers on the train all but
five were seriously injured, Fred. Morgan,
tbe conductor of the train, was tbe greatest
sufferer, bis arm being broken and bis bead
being badly cut. Tbe total damage by the
storm will reach Into tbe hundreds of
tboti'iinds of dollars.
A Blir I'lrsv.
Ngw York, July 23. A most disastrous
fire broke out at 1:15 o'clock yesterday
afternoon on tbe sixth floor of the Munro
butldiug, Nos. 17 to 27 street, where the
Seaside Llberary is printed. Within an
hour tbe upper stories on tbo south
tide of the structure weft enveloped In
flames, and when the fire wu subdued at
nightfall, four upper storlct on the Van
dewater street tide of tbe building and tbe
upper part of tbe middle of
the building were a mass of ruins.
Tbe fire, It la supposed, was caused by
spontaneous combustion. The building
was the property of George Munro, who It
the publisher of tbt Seaside Library and a
number of weekly serial paper, the total
loss it estimated at $400,000.
Clovernor CrUwntlen Niatrta for VUh.
Jbfkkrhon Crrr, July 23. The execu
tive excursion party left here at 1:30 this af
ternoon, consisting of Gov. Crittenden and
wife, and Msjor T. 0. Towles and wife,
of tbln place; Col. John F. Williams and
wife, of St. Louis. At Kansas City tbey
wtll be Joined by Hon, J. V. Phillip, wife
and daughter. Tbey went In a special car
provided for tbe occasion by tht Oould sys
tem, snil furnished wl'.h all modern appli
ances and necessaries for the trip. The
party goes direct to S ilt Lake City, where
tbey will remalna week or more, and, If
Dullness Is not too pressing, will pay Cali
fornia a visit. It Is Hated thai Lieut. -Gov,
Campbell will not be notified to assume
control of tha executive department unless
Governor Crittenden decides to visit Cali
fornia. Tho . A, B. Enrampmenl.
Uknvkr, July 23. There were not
less than 10,000 visitors at Camp Vandur
voort, and 3,000 veterans of the 0. A. R.
registered from the states and territories.
Gen. Logan arrived Sunday morning and
was received with military honors in the
evening. He will lead the parade to-morrow.
8 peel it I trains with 10,000 visitors are
on the way over the A. T. 4 S. F. road.
Five heavy passenger trains catno in
on the Kansas paclflo and Julosburg Cut-off
A Child Biirtifitl ! Death.
Pkovidinck, R. I., July 23.-A tlireo-ytar-old
ton of John Cany, whllo playing
with matches In the aula set fire (0 his
clothing. Hit tcretms brought hit mother,
who, rushing up stairs, was horrified
to ace her boy roasting alive, In attempt
ing to extinguish tbt flames tba was shock
lnily burned about the artna and neck. Tha
child wat routed from bead to foot. It
lingered twelve hour and then died. Tha
mother will ptobably recover.
Wasbwotok, July tl.-Argumtnt la la
progrota to-dty tithe oast of ex-Senator
Kellogg, IndloUtl lor illegally receiving
aVjoaey lo connection wit) t)8tar reut
THE OLD WORLD 8C0URQED.
Cholera and Uprosj Raging PhyiicUni
Being Sent to the Afflicted Regions
Another Nihilist Plot-Political
London, July 23. A serious outbreak
of cholera is expected at Bombay, as there
were thirty-seven sporadic cases of disease
there during last week, as strick quarantine
against arrivals from infoted and suspected
ports has been removed. Advieet from
Egypt state that In addiUon to tbe outbreak
of cholera at the town of Parts Hour, eight
miles southwest of Daratetta, leprosy bat
appeared there and la spreading rapidly.
Thero are neither doctors nor medldae at
The reports of deatht on Sunday from
cholera it at followt: At DatnletU, 17;
Minturah. 10; Saraanoud, 28; Tantah, 17;
Chobar. 17; Cblbln, 23. At nine ether
places 78. There were 204 deaths from tha
disease ut Cairo during the tame time.
Simla, July 23. A doctor with forty as
sistant has been ordered to proceed from
India to Kjs'ypt.
London, July 23. The return of mor
tality from cholera in Egypt differ widely.
A dispatch to Rentcr't Telegram company
slates that the number of deatht at Cairo
and suburbs in twenty-four hour, ending
at eight o'clock this morning, to be 427; at
(ihieh W, and Cblbln 160. The English
government will dispatch twelve doctors
who are experts in cholera to E.jypt to
Havana, July 23. Gen. E. O. C. Ord,
of the United States army, who took pu
sage on the steamer City of Washington at
Vera Cruz for New York, and was taken
down by yellow fever, compelling hit r
inoviil to tho tbore while the vessel waa
here, died lat evening at 7 o'clock,
Viknna, July 23. The Emperor of
Germany and Emperor of Austria will meet
at Ischlll, not at Gastcln, where it has all
along been understood they would come
together. Count Kalnoky, the Austre
Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs, will
leave Vtnna for Ischlll to-morrow.
CDC KM ANT.
Berlin, July 23- Tbe Prince of Hoben-loho-Langenburg,
the pretldeat of the
German Colonial Society, It about to start
on a journey through tbe United States and
Sr. Pkteksuuro, July 23. A clue to a
Nihilihts' plot has bueu discovered at Tula,
the capital of the government of that name.
A Maaonlft Tempi.
Parson., K;t., July 23. The corner
stone of the new Masonic T mple, being
erectetl by Parsons lodge No. 117, A. F. A
A. M., was laid to-day with tbe beautiful
ceremony of tho order. This building
w hen completed will be one of tbe largest,
handsomest aud most convenient lodge
rooms In the state. The main building
will lie sixty feet by ninety feet. The low
er stm y will be used for business purpose,
aud tbe entire tipper story exclusively .or
the tliffcrrnt Masoulc orders. The to al
envt will bo $20,000.
Taxing Railroads In Geortrtaw
AiLsNiA, Ga., July 23. There wu a
long and exciting d bate In tbe Lower
House of tbo legislature over the bill to tax
ruilronls in each county of tbe state that the
roads pas through. The bill finally passed,
105 to 11, opponents f tb 1 meauresay t
is unconstitutional and ihat It will dlt
oouruc luilrond bulldlnir. A I the rail
roads in the -t ite are doing a goo. I, pay ng
JULY 23, 1883.
' Live Stock.
IIOOS Fulrly active, firm and fi10e
higher. Light $5 1b:i 40; mixed packing
." t 70; heavy packing and shipping,
y (sown 10.
CATTLE Export steers $58M0O! good
to heavy do K 3.V 75; light to fair ft
6 10; co.nmonto medium $1 4oYa)l o; fair
to good Colorado $4ft 50; southwest $3 75
m tf; corn -fed Tuxans t 20fo 2; light to
good HtiH'kiTi $t &orftl 7i (air to good feod
era 3 8&to4 2U; common to choice native
2ow and heifers $3 2&rW 2&; cllawagi of
ny kind $2 7.Yftt.
SIIKKP Common, medium aud light
$2 2.V; 40; fair to good 3 WAS 75; prime
$3K.V44it); fair to good Texans fi 60CS
lloGS-Strong; demand active from ship
pers and btiU'hert. I.lghtt to good Yorkera
at $' N-Vft 00: rough to good mixed pick
ing f.'!'') 40; butcher and Philadelphia
Vi IHit ut; skips ami culls 4 2fr?4 76.
WHEAT-Lower; closing at J101K:
AiiL'iiMi: to:i Sentemlmr! tt On
October; $1 00 Hi a. November; 1 OOKyoar.
1 uu Lower; Jiny; ou Augutt;
60S .September; 60 October; V year.
OATS-Lnwer; 34 Hi July; 20 August;
27S September; 27S year.
CHICAOO CURB, 1:0H P. M.
WIIKAI'-Augiisi tl 01 S; Soptember
$1 03 s,; October $1 04 V; November $1 00,
WIIKAT-I.ower; cloning at $103
July; I 11.') S August: $1 00 V Septem
ber; ! tw S October; $1 10' November;
$1 li;is year.
Ci (UN-Weaker; 4HK August; 47:
Sei'ti'inher; 47Sfil7S October; 4J year.
ovi'S-Lower; 32H July; 2(1 August;
26 V year.
WHEAT September 41 18; October at
ni'TTKIt Wr quote: Creamery at KWWO
for cliuii'ii to fancy, to 21 for solncllont,
Oitlry at I.V4I7 tot' choice to fancy, and
18 for siilectltins; fair to good tOtral'j; com
mon tWlO. Country paoked-lluchangod;
receipts uiiil demand both small; quote
seli'ilud Ufa) 10, medium OftfS, low grado
KGOS-liull at Uo candled.
POCJ.TKY-yulot end unchanged; of
fcrlng and demand equally light. We
quote: Sluing chlckum Small and scrub
by lf12fi. fair to good 60C1 T6,
choice $2; Old chlckoiu-Corkl $Va3 ,
mixed $3 6003 75, hem $4.' Spring
ducks fair sulci at $3 iUWatt 60.
Country murkul is dearor. Spot wheat
firm and simile blKhnr. Mixed weatoH
uoi'UMlriinato4d. California w boat ad
vanced Id. Carjroot otl coast im tt-
mnnd for wboitt and corn for Uultttlllag
dom fair. ...... - -
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