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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, m.
The Daily Bulletin,
N otifen Id ihm column, uigm cents per line fur
Irot ini five cent per line oico une(iwui iw-ur-iinn.
K.ir one week. coin pur lino. For one
month, t-Oconlx ler Una
Tiik Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist
church will trivo a sociable iq the Parson
age church iiarlors and grounds, on Tuts-
day evening, Aug. yist. icecream, lemon
ice, cake, etc. Let everybody come. By
order of Society. 3t
Proposals f or Filling".
Scaled proposals will bo received up to and
including Thursday the 23d inst. for five
hundred yards of earth more or less, to be
placed upon the school properly on the cor
ner of Nineteenth and Walnut streets.
I5y order of the board.
X. H. TmeTi.EWOoD,
J. A. GOLDSTISB,
Cairo, Ills., August 15th, 1883.
For a good muni go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio
New Bviardiug; House.
Mrs. H. E. Norman has opened a first
class boarding house in the Bribach house,
opposite Court House, where regular board
ers and transient guests will find good ac
coinruodation. Hoard and lodging f 4.00
per week, rates to transients f 1 .00 per day
Table supplied with the best the market
Fresh oysters at DeHaun's,
' TO CdNTKAl'TOllS AND BC1LDKIIS.
Sealed bids will be received at the office
of II. II. Candee, Cairo, Ills., any time be
fore noon of August 3 1st, 1SS3, toi furnish
ing the materials and erectiug a building
at Cairo. Ills., to be known as the A. H
Salf rd Memorial Library Building, accord
ing o the plans and specifications ("printed
copies of the specifications can be furnished)
to be seen at the office aforesaid.
Bids may be submitted tor any part or
parts ot the work, or fur the whole of it.
Good and sufficieit bond will be re
Any or all bids miv be rejected.
Address to the undersigned marked
"Proposals for SttTord Memorial Library
Building. ' Anna h. Saffoku.
Cairo, Ills., Aug. 10,
Fur a good cup of tea or coffee, go to
DeBiiin s. tf
Sew Blacksmith. Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
tiiSnner of bl&ckiuitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
K. Ekhliotra Furniture Rooms.
Dm't buy any kind of furniture until
you have seen the beautiful stork at 101
Commercial avenue near Sixth street, up
itairs. All the latest styles at close prices.
Saddle Hick Oysters at IX.-B.iuc 50 Ohio
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a good dwelling house, a store
house 70 fee t deep, 3-story barn, ice house,
corn cribs, sumke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and see me.
039 tf John Tan.nek.
Restturant and Oyster House,
To all who are sutFering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &C, I
will send a recipe that will tco you, fkek
of ciiahok. This great remedy was
discovered ty a minister in South America.
Send a s'dl-addressed envelope to the Iter.
JoEru T. Inman, Station I)., New York
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tnnH commits, ten com per line,
i n.ortion and whutlicr marked or not, if cairn
loled to Coward any man Imalncm Inti-rutt are
Services in the churches to-dav as
The Kiiribrough goes to Capo Girar
deau tins morning.
Ladies' and children's low shoes, at ac
tual cost to clear. Stuart. It
Presiding Elder Nash will preach at
the Methodist church to-day, morning and
A large party is making preparations
to go to Dixon Springs Tuesday morning to
Btay several weeks.
K'-ad notice in another column, of
EiehholT's furniture rooms. It will pay you.
Lost On Washington avenue a black
dress coat. The finder w ill be rewarded by
leaving it at this office. It
City Clerk Foley puid utf about forty
of the city's creditors yesterday. Scrip is
ready for delivery to about sixty more.
Ou the 24th instant Dongola will vote
to determine whether or not the town shall
bo incorporated uuder the latu village act.
Gentlemen, do not forget that wo are
closing out our lancy whirls, at prices that
will pay you to investigate. Stuart. It
The Hibernian fire company gave an
other of their delightful little dances at
their hall Friday night, that was largely
attended and much enjoyed .
Dr. Parker was culled upon Friday to
Bet a broken arm for a little child of Mr.
Jacob Walter, on Eighth street. The in
jury wufl the result of a tall in the bouio.
Young Charley Cella is being attended
by Dr. Parker and everything known to the
HUrgeoQ't art and skill is being done to
avo him. Last eight ho was resting as
easily as could bo expected, but the Dr. is
not prepared to say that he will recover
He is perfectly conscious mid can artieulido
very faintly and indistinctly. He has to bo
fed with fluids aud can Bwallow only when
bandages aro tied around his throat to pie
vent the fluid from escaping at the sides.
This is the last week of the closing out
sale of surplus stock previous to opening
tall goods. Do not fail to see the bargains
this week. Stuart. It
A Chicago naner savs "IIou. Jno. A.
Reeve is a candidate for state treasurer on
the Republican ticket at the next election,"
and the Pulaski Patriot promises him "a
solid delegation from this congressional
It has been decided by no less an au
thority than the Johnson county teacher's
institute, that dancing is a siu equally with
swearing and drinking intoxicating liquors,
and that teachers who attend balls and
horse races are not fit to act as teachers.
-During this week we make final reduc
tions to move surplus stock. Judicious
buyers of dry goods will find this a rare
opportunity to secure genuine bargains
A negro man and a white woman
fought like tigers in one of Mr. "Polecat
Johnny's'' temples of architectural beauty
on Ohio levee, yesterday. The former wus
fined and jailed; the latter, given a stay to
leave town in thirty six hours, by Magis
A surprise party was given to Miss
McDermot, on Fourth street, Friday night.
A large number of friends were in attend
ance and after exchanging civilities, etc.,
the party adjourned to the hall of the
Mystic Krew where they concluded the af
fair wit'i a dance.
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousandat 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 of
paper or checks. tf
Smith & Brinkmeycr have received the
first new stock of everything belonging to a
first-class merchant-tailoring establishment,
and they invite immediate inspection by
the public. Those whose who call first
will have the greatest range for choice. It
Two negroes engaged in a fight on one
of the transfer steamers yesterday morning,
in which one of them used bra.-s knuckles
and beat the other's head up in a very ugly
manner. Justice Uooinson assessed a line
of $10 and osts against the knight of the
knucks," whose name was Frank Williams.
In ad li'i-m to the line display ol "sil
ver, gold and precious stones'' in the win
dow ot Jno. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
are a Dumber of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that are worth studying. tf
Parties stopping at Vienna will find the
St. James Hotel one ot the cleanest, neatest,
best kept nostelries to be found anywhere
in the country. The cooking is carefully
looked after; the dining room service is
first-class and Mr. and Mrs. Knowles labor
zealously to make their guests comfortable
and at home. That they succeed a Imira
bly, all who have tried tile St. James will
Col. Theo Hyatt, president of the Penn
sylvania Military Academy, will be at The
Holiday Hotel in Cairo, on Wednesday,
August 22nd, from 10 a, m. to 13 m., and
will be happy to see patrons of the Academy
and others on official business.
While Marsh Brown wus at work on
the streets yesterday with several others in
the chain gang, some one informed him that
Officers Ilogan and B'lUghncr had the
proof of a "trick" that ho took while at
work on the premises of Mr. Mat Walsh;
and Marsh had hardly caught the drift of
bis infoiniant's remarks before he dashed
his shovel to the ground and away he
went. lie succeeded in eluding pursuers
and had nut been heard of lant night.
In the drawing ot the Louisiana lot
tery list Tuesday Cairo came in again for a
small share of the wealth. Mr. Patrick
Walsh drew $50, Mr. A. T. DcBuun $:)0,
Mr. Stevenson, a conductor on one of our
roads, drew $20 and several smaller sums
are distributed among citizens. This re
sult might have been expected, since Cairo
held probably twicu or three times as many
tickets this month as at any former drawing,
because of the several large bums won here
at the previous drawing.
The Egyptian plague, having number
ed about 35,000 persons among its victims
is beginning to abutu in the towns first in
fected, but at Alexandria is increasing in
violence. Medical men are disposed to be
lieve that the disease is not the Asiatic
cholera proper, but the result of local
causes, which belief has occasioned a sense
of relief in Europe as well in In this coun
try. At the same time, cleanliness is ns
much a duty with every one as though the
plau'Uo had reached our shores.
Detroit Free Press: "What Is that
Person doing in th-j Telegraph Office?
That is the Manager, and lie has a Right
to be there. But why is ho removing all
those Dispatches from the Hooks? Because
there is more Business then his Plugs can
got away with and ho is Pit-paring to Mail
tin) rest of the Dispatches to their AddresH
ch. It is a Sharp Tnckl Yes, pretty Sharp.
It Enables him to Bit down and Telegraph
all over tho country i "Hooks all clear in
Detroit." But wou't tho People be Mad at
tho Delay of their Telegrams? Yes, my
Child, but what arc they going to Do
About it? Wbo is that man with the
White Hat? Ho is a Commission Merchant
my Child. But see how Mad he is I He is
Hod in the Face, Ho Swears. Ho heats tho
Air with his Fists. Has Anybody come tho
String G anio ou him? No, my Child. He
Ins just received a Telegram from ono of
his country customers, saying : "Car a you
Nevertheless Yesterday Bushels chagrin
Therefore Suddenly." And, He Won't
Have It That Way? No; ho can't Make
out Whether the Man has sent him Pota
toes or wants to know tho Price of Oats.
Hence his Cuss Words. Hence his Desire to
Plug tho Plug Operator. Hence his Love
for tho W. U.T."
TherilT llaskins came up yesterday
from Osceolii, in response to a telegram
from Chief Myers, and took charge of the
man with tho many aliases whose arrest
hero was mentioned in Friday's Bullli in.
He considered bis prisoner the most dan
gerous man he ever had charge of, and
though the man was sick and very weak, lie
t iok extra precautions to render his escape
impossible. That the prisoner is a hard
ctse is amply proven by tho half diwen
scars hebears on different parts of his body
lett by wouuds received in conflicts with
officers of the law and others.
Chief Myers put in 'all Jay yesterday
in his official capacity as health officer,
hunting up and abating nuisances. Hi:
found several very bad places that required
1-izen wagons loads of lime. Coder
a house on Thirteenth street, occupied by an
old negiess, there was a hogpen in which a
single hog waded in living, squirming msg-
gots up to its knees. On another premises
a large bog was found from which a stench
arose that filled the air for a square around.
A good lecture to the owners of those filthy
iok-s and a plentiful application of lime to
he holes themselves will prob.-ib'.y result in
good to both.
The commissioners appointed by the
county court to assess tho benefits of the
sidewalk improvements now iu progress
has finished its work and Mr. Easterday is
preparing the report to be submitted to the
county court at the November term. Citi
zens who wish to take advantage of the
proposition of thft city council: build the
walks themselves and receive the proposed
donations of brick and lumber, must do so
before the commissioners' report is submit
tal to the court, in order that their names
may be stricken off the list and no warrants
ordered to be issued against them. In
many cases citizens can have the work
done for considerably less thin the city
could have it -lone for and could save money
by iloing it or having it done themselves.
Mr. Thomas Lewis takes occasion, in a
communication published elsewhere, to
clear himself of a wrong which he claims
wis done him in au item of yesterday's
Bulletin, iu which it was stated that the
rea-on given for the opposition to him as
his own successor to the secretaryship of
til-; Widow's and Orphan's Mutual Ail
society, was a desire to have a change "in
order, that the affvrs and past manage
ment of the society might be all brought to
light." The writer ot the item must pro
test that he did not wrong Mr. Lewis in
making tlm statement of fact. He merely
sought to give the reason of the opposition
to Mr. Lewis as it was given him by Mr.
Lewis opponents, and he gave this reason
correctly, j'lit as it was given him in half a
dozen interviews with different members
of the anti-Lewis faction, and without any
prejudice either way. Whether this faction
U justified by the facts in giving this reason
for its opposition to Mr. Lewis, is another
question entirely, which lies alone between
Mr. Lewis and the faction. Upon this
p int Mr. Lewis makes a strong argument
fr lnnis- lf in his communication.
Many of our own citizens have at every
opportunity of late been sounding the
praises of lint water, taken instead of cold
water or any other fluid, as a cure for dys
pepsia and many oilier complaints. In our
rounds of the city we have heard of some
very remarkable cures performed by this
simple specific. A writer in the New York
Tribune confirms this testimony concern
ing tin- virtues of hot water ami adds chop,
peil beef to the prescription. He says "the
chopped beelVcaks are made from the iiiot
ten di r and juicy pirt of the round, chop
pel up in such a manner as to separate the
nutritious part from the tough, cellular or
fibrous struetiire that contains it and which
forms more than one-third of the substance.
This pulp is carefully removed with a spoon
and lightly formed into a cake of the thick
ness of an ordinary beefsteak, broiled and
seasoned with salt, pepper or other condi
ments. This is pronounced perfectly di
gestible and far more delicious than a (Hot
Hteak. Two glasses of hot water taken an
hour and a half before eating, ami a diet of
this beef, will, it is said, give the most in
corrigible dyspeptic new views of lift-."
THE STARTING KICK.
Next Wednes lay night, at the Opera
House, the street-filling ball will receive its
first kick that will give it a good 8tari in
the public mind. Hon. I). T. Lim-gar will
make the important speech of the evening,
giving an outline of the objects of his two
important bills with reference to this sub
ject, passed by tho late legislature, ar.d giv
ing also facts and figures that will prove
tho entire practicability of tho pl,,
lined an I tho perfect ease of its execution.
Speeches will also bo made by Mayor
Halliday and Mr. Coughlan, of Chicago.
The latter gentleman is a member of the
firm' of Hdllingsfforth & Coughlan, the
oldest house-raising contractors in the city
of Chicngo. Ho will arrivo in tho city ou
Tuesday, will spend that day and Wednes
day in looking over tho buildings and
ground to be raised mid make his estimates
of the cost, etc., and will glvo tho result of
observations and calculations to tho audi
ence gathered in tho Opera House Wednes
It is needless to say that the subject to
be discussed is of tho greatest importance,
not to tho property holders alono, but to
every laboring man in the city; for theques
tions that aro to be decided concern tho
community at largo ami ever individual
citizen in it. They an-, whether or not
we shall lender tho city entirely safe, not
only against the disastrous effects of an
actual oveiflow, but also against tho almost
equally purulizing effects of a fear of such
a calamity; whether or not wo shall ever
bo rid of our yearly accumulated water
curse; whether or not we shall ever have a
substantial, an attractive city that, will be
sought by men of means and of taste, for a
place of business and of residence; an 1
whether oi not we shall inaugurate antra
of prosperity such as we have not had for
many a year; that will insure a general re
vival of every industry and every business
in the city; that will create activity mid
plenty where there is now idleness and
want; that will increase our population,
increase over wealth, start us all at once
upon a career of svady grow th, which can
only result ftoui our i.wn nevcr-l'iiling con
fidence, and tho confidence of our neigh buis,
in our entire and perm incut freed-mi from
the evil effects ol high water either from
within or iroin without a career upon
which we would hav.) been started years
ago, but fnr our annual alll. cations of ac
cumulated water wr.hin our levees and our
Semi-annual or tri-annual ff.ak of an over
dose of water from without.
The Open IT Use should be crow. fed
Wednes 1 ly night as it never was before,
and we feel confident that it will be.
C'Aiho, Iu,., August ISth, 18S3
To th! Editor -f tin- Unllefn :
Deah Sii;: Iu an article in your paper
of this morning in regard to the Widow's
and Orphan's Mutual Aid Society, the wri
ter states, "The opponents of Mr. Lewis,
while acknowledging the value of his ser
vices, desire to see a change in the secre
tary's office id orJer that the affii'S and
past management of the Society may be
all thoroughly brought to light."
This is an unjust imputation both upon
thtj-ecretary and othtr officials, therefnie
that the public may ju IgJ us well as mem
bers of the S -cirty, I ask that you insert in
your piper this, together with the following
reports of the executive committee and ex
tract troin my uunu d report now in the
hands of the printer :
Cairo, Ills., Aug. 1st, ISM.
To the Chairman of t'ie i:xl utlv Cu:nmltt-.ri-:
Dkak Siu: In c "iiipliariee with the res-
ohrion pa-.-si-.l nt t'.e lat meeting of your
committee, after spending several days in
reviewing and footing the accounts of the
sccp-tary and treasurer. I tin 1 the books to
h ive been properly kept, arid the repoits
ma-le by tinm, to be c.-rrect.
Ail of which is respectfully submitted
by Yours most respectfully,
Wm. F. Pitch hit.
Your executive com inittee, whose duty it
is to i x imine the accoun's, and monthly,
quaiterly and annual reports of your secre
tary and treasurer, beg leave respectfully to
r-port that they have from time to time
performed those duties, and now, at the
close of the year, have reviewed their work,
and find it correct, and also, that they have
exiiiimed the reports of those officers this
day presented to you, and find them correct.
L. S. Thomas, pres. by his proxy.
W. T. Rkiuii'iin.
W. C. JoCKI.YN.
W. F. Pitch Kit, Sec'y,
EX 'I'll ACT KUOM SKCKETAKY 8 HKI'OKT
"I renew the request and invitation so re
peatedly given, all officers and members of
this S -ciety are earnestly requested, and
citizens of the United States or other
country, are cordiiilly invited at any time
while in this city, if they d-sirc so to d
to call inspect mid investigate, the books,
accounts and everything connected with
tins institution. Being an open commun
ion society, wo court scrutiny and investi
gation. We have no secrets, signs, grips,
p isswords, paraphenuliii, or regalia, save
an 1 except one, that is a cordial shako of
tho hand, Iming firmly convinced that our
system of insuranco needs only to bo known
to be appreciated and patronized.
"Some time since an Hon. Judge of
Canada who stopped off the tru.ii) for a
short tni"! iu passing discerned our sign,
stepped in and alter being shown our
books and modus operandi of doing m.
iichs, took with him a copy of the constitu
tion and by-laws, to his lodging, m-xt
morning called and nindo application, wng
examinud and took three certificates. Since
which time wo have invited the outside
world to call on us, at their convenience,"
Tho writer has doubtless been greatly
misinformed or misunderstood tho inter
viewed, as the above and foregoing must
latisfy any intelligent person, that no
chango of secretary is required to accom
plish what tho opponents of tho secretary
say they want to accomplish, hence thero
must be a different motive.
By inserting the above, you will do an
act of justice to tho writer as well as pres
ent and prospective Widows and Orphans.
Thomah Lewis, Sec'y
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disiiifett your PREMISES. We have a lame
COPPEMS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
J1R0M0 CHLORAIUM, UIR0NMN,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
CA 0 0P1
FBI I)AY EVE,, August 21, m.
(IRANI) BENEFIT CONCERT TO
Prof. Gr. A.
(iivf-n by the Cairo Brass Hand and Opera House Orchestra
asM-dcd by tin? following
I'rof. ton-i- flarionettp
i'rof. Salibiirj , of Cedar Rapid,
town io in
Mrs. (ieo. Parsons and Miss Riiia
Mrs. .1. Jf.Latisden. Miss Mamie Corliss
Miss M. Adella (iordou.
All the Railroads ruuninsr
for tins date.
Th- I'Ihim) ii...1 m tl,1 concert U the
I. mm 1 fur ihir orcaxion by Ir W. f.
THK GK N(JEK PICNIC.
D-'ar tf illetin:
I have hour 1 of olf yeaM for fruit, but
this is the ntfcht one I ever saw. What wis
not killed off l-y the old last winter and
eaten nil in tho hprinir ly caterpillara lias
been knocked "if hy officious neighbors, so
that in our own particular rase peaches and
apples have been extremely off at our ta
ble. t'oiiseq if ntly it was with mixed wonder
and curiosity that Darin and I drove ilnng
the rairi-beiten road to the Granger Picnic
near Villa Uidgc Thursday. If we hid no
little tine fruit out in (.'ache Bottom, how
could those people have enough to nuke
much of a hlnr.v? w-- a.-ked ourse!ven, for
getting that then: are in that section many
cunning artific'-r who understand pinching
and pruning to the last degree, what al
most means causing a barren tree to bring
forth fruit. The drenching rain of tho day
before; and tin: threatening clouds of that
morningdid not deter hundreds from gath
ering in the spacious grounds now the prop
erty of the (irang-;. A natural grove was
thinned out and enclosd wirli a light wire
fence which prevents the ndmUtdon of
teams within the limits.
At the entrance 1 1 the main building
theie was a fine- show of corn, moiho of
which liii'i wisely been brought in complete,
root and all, the tassels reaching up into tho
brunches of an oak tree. The first table
was devoted to vegetables whose size and
qualities showed conclusively that Pulaski
county's children need not fer starvation
if her sons will till the soil. The speci
mens of wheit were vcy fine and merited
the blue- ribb-oi.i which they received.
Beauty of Hebron, Whito Star, and other
varieties of Irish potatoes nude one's
mouth water, while groat glossy onions
looked as though they were ready to bid
the tear start. To particularize wlinro there
was such an abundance would be tedious,
The display of grapes was charming. The
' Lady," a dainty whito grape, was brought
out by being surrounded by lusicious Con
cords, dusky Isabellas and many others,
Peaches and apples were there in great
variety and beauty but tho display was not
quite equal to that of last year.
In tho ladies' department snowy bread,
golden butter, transparent jelly and appe
tizing pickles were interspersed among
beautiful bouquets and thrilty pot-plauts.
Suspended above these were specimens of ,
patch-work, embroidery, laco, worsted
work, pencil drawings, painting, ot cetera.
The collection of paintings was the work of
one young lady. Tho largest piece, solemn
looking owls perched on a (lend limb, dono
on ordiuary white floor-maUintf was very
amusing aud received as much attention as
the dainty placquns just beyond it.
I am sorry I can not give a list ol tho
At noon a special train from Cairo
brought quite a crowd and somo attractions,
the coolest being a contribution Irom the
Cairo Ice Factory in the shape- of a block
of ice in whose centre were tastefully ar
ranged vegetables. While the Incredulous
were caressing its sides and breathing upon
it to see If It really wouldn't molt, tbe
and Cor. nth & Wash. Ave.
noine ana loieign talent:
Mrs. Marie He.ster, of Anna.
Miss Aunie Pitclier.
Frank O. Metcalf. Charlie Frank.
E. Y.Crowell. R. M. Davis.
Duets. Trios, Quartettes,
into Cairo will five rednewl i-au,
"lECK EK SL'AUK (il(ANI)," klti-lly
Joei - ljn, AK-ut.
other attraction, Prof. Stnrer's band, wis
rilling the air with sweet strains. Later
those strains or rather others from the same
source, called an audience together to listen
to the orators of the day.
This Grangers' Punic, as its authors
modestly call it, bids fir to vie in time
with any of the county fairs of Southern
Illinois and I heartily wish the grangers
would inaugurate something of the kind.
Alexander county could come forward with
wheat, corn and cattle, and only after it is
d-no shall we see th benefit to be derived
from it in new people's moving in and the
improvement in the old ones who remain.
To know that what we have may be com
pared with what a neighbor has is enough
to spur us up to trying to have the best.
The whito flower found near Dixon
Springs spoken of in a late Bi'm.kti.n is
probably what botanists call punctaturn
rotatum, but what is commonly known as
''spider lily" from its peculiar shape. It
naturally grows in cool damp spots from
here southward, but bears transplanting.
Ours luvo bloomed profusely in a sunny
border for three years.
Mils. I). Gkkkn.
Cache, Aug. 17th, iWi.
Mr. Noble Thompson, of the popular sta
bles, Vi'J',1 Broadway, N. V., states that St.
Jacobs Oil is the best pain-cure for man or
beast that has come under his notice in fif
SUNDAY 310RXXN(J, An?. 19.
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All uimcl ln-oi-li- am Invlli-il.
Nil IMPHOI'KU C II A HA CT KU8 w'll bo per
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A itnnd Urn-it nnil Hiring Hum! will an'oniiisny
Kirofnr HOUND TKIIM1. Oil.
On with us, Goeri orili-r mid n plciov't trip II
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