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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24. 193.
The I)aily IJiilletiiV.
......... I-.m. r.ii.imn. eiunt canta per line for
Ir'.tanrf nva emit iwr Una each aulWBqueot lnior-
lion. Fur on who, aucema yur uuo. ii
n outb.wi conn Pr lln
All members of the Hough and Heady
Fire compuny aro request! to meet at their
emmic-house ia full uniform at lawu P-
sharp, to-day to attend tlie funeral of tho
deceased. Henry Hreihan.
Train will leave foot of Eighth street at
2 o'clock for Villa Hidgu. 11
A large number of men wanted to make
staves. Steady employment given from
now until next sprinc. Full wages paid.
Apply to J. McKay, Hector, Ark., or to
Farnbaker A Co., Ciro, Ills. tf
Hegi A Hue lierT
John Hegi and Eberhard Bucher have
formed a partnership in butchering aud
will continue the business at tho old stand
of John Hegi on Commercial avenue, be
tween 19th and 20th. Old and new custo
mers aro invited to call on them and they
will (in 1 a full assortment of the best of
cut meats at all times and all kinds of John
llegi's celebrated make of sausages during
the tcason. t'
Saddle Hock Oysters at DclJaun 56 Ohio
Proposals For Filling'.
Sealed proposals will be received up to and
including Thursday the SJ.'Jd insi. for five
hundred yards of earth more or less, to be
placed upon the school property on the cor
ner of Nineteenth and Walnut streets.
By order of the board.
N. Ii. TlIISTLEWOOD,
J. A. OuUiSTINK,
Cairo, Ills., August loth, 1883.
For a good meal go to Dcliaun's, 50 Ohio
New B.tarJiu? House.
Mrs. H. E. Norman has opened a first
clss boarding house in the Bribach house,
opposite Court House, where regular board
ers and transient guests will find good ac
commodation. Board and lodging $4.00
per week, rates to transients 1.00 per day.
Table supplied with tlrj best the market
Fresh oysters at DeBaun's, 58 Ohio
TO CONTRACTORS A.ND BUILDERS.
Sealed Mds will be received at the office
of H. II. Caadee, Cairo, Ills., any time be
fore noon of August 31st, 1S83, fur furnish
ing the mate-nils anl erecting a building
at Cairo, Ills., to be known as the A. B.
Satl'rd Memorial Library Building, accord
ing to the plaua and specifications 'printed
copies of the (.pcvitir.ationscan be furnished)
to be seen at the office aforesaid.
Bids may be submitted for any part or
parts of the work, or tor the whole of it.
Good ami suttieict bmd will be re
quired. Any or all bids mav be rejected.
Address to tho "undersigned marked
"Proposals for Satford Memorial Library
Building.'' Ansa E. Safkouu.
Cairo, Ills., Aug. 10, m.
For a good cup of tea or coffee, go to
New Blacksmith Shop.
A Dew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
luainier of blacksimthing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
K. Eichlioirs Furniture Rooms.
Don't buy any kind of furniture until
you have seen the beautiful stock at 101
Commercial avenue near Sixth street, up
stairs. All the latest styles at close prices.
Restaurant and Oyster House, 56 Ohio
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of 3 acne,
garden, etc., a good dwelling-house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, ice house,
corn crib, smoke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing can be bought for
caMi or I will exchange for Cairo property
I mean business. Come and see nie.
29tf John Tannkh.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutlcc. ID ttie'e common, :en r.onia pr One,
ivh i noxrtton mi l wlintln-r marked or not, if ralcu
Ute4 to fnwaM nr man biminem Interest art!
Nothing whatever was done in the po
lice courts of the city yesterday.
Bills are up advertising S. H. Barrett
& Co'a show for this city on the 22d proxi
mo. A twelve-pound girl was born yester
day morning unto Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Let all show their appreciation to Prof
ritorcr's great value to Cairo by attending
the concert to-ulght.
Mrs. Loui II. Myers and daughter,
Gnash-, are on their w.iy to St. Joe, Ark., on
a visit of several weeks to relatives and
Mr. George Wujiert has rented the
Louse next to the one he formerly occupied,
oa Washington avenue, and is preparing to
commence businosi again in a tew days.
Yesterday forenoon's Illinois Central
passenger train was nearly two hours late
by reason of a ditched freight train near
Doiigoh. Ono car was thrown from tho
track and to replace it took over un hour.
The funeral of the late Henry Broihan
will take place this afternoon. Tho Hough
and Heady fire company will turn out in
uniform and they are called to meet at tho
tngine-hoiiHo at 12:30 o'clock thif after
Another trial was had before Judge
IVibluaon yesterday afternoon in the case of
Mrs. L. A. Phelps who is charged will) in
sanity. A new jury was linpannelled, upon
which Dr. Strong represented tho medical
profession. Dr. Gordon was tho expert in
tho case. No testimony but that of the hut
band and the physician was taken. Tho
jury stood five to ono for conviction until
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, 4.00 per thousand,t 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. tt
There is only one day in tho week,
Monday, upon which the Argus can pub
lish a "special dispatch" or two, giving
news "in advance of all other sources of
information;" and this is so because there
is no paper issued on that day from this
The last issue of the Anna Farmer and
Fruit Grower contains a list of the awards
at the late Villagc.Ridge picnic, and among
other familar uames that appear in the list,
is that of Miss Laura Yocum, who received
a premium on hand-made point lace aud
The state auditor has been officially
notified that at the September term of the
Pulaski circuit court application will be
made tor an injunction to restrain tho col
lection of tax levied for the payment of in
terest on bonds of the county of Pulaski
issued to the Cairo and Viuceuuea Rnlroad
Twenty-eighth street is furnishing the
upper part of the city with a little excite
ment occasionally. Wednesday Messrs. Paton
and Duffy engaged in a set-to in which all
manner of bar-room utensils were "trumps"
for a while. Some blood was let, and with
it, some courage also ooze J away, and the
fight ended. No arrests were made. Such
little affiirs are said to lie periodical occur
rences, Mr. Paton being considered quite
a "professional'' as a "bruiser."
There has been a call issued for a
meeting of the publishers and editors cf
southern Illinois at Du Quoin on Fri iuy
and Saturday, September 21 and 22, fir
the purpose of forming the southern Illi
nois Press association. The called is signed
by Thos. F. Boutom, of the Jonesboro Gs.
zette;C. P. Richards, of the Du Quoin
Tribune; J. J. Anderson, of the Nashville
Democrat; Tbos. L. Joy, of the Mt. Canuel
K-'dublican; W. J. Underwood, of tho
From a statement showing the aggre
gate collections made and reported to the
commissioner of internal revenue by the
collectors of the several collection districts
during the fiscal year ended June 3o, 1 8S3.
It appears that during the first part of the
fiscal year, when Col. Willis had charge of
the this, the 13th, district, the collections
amounted to $150,029.73; and during the
remainder of the year when General W. ('.
Pavey had charge ot it, the collections
amounted to $144,232.40; or a total during
the year of $594,802.13.
Sheriff Hodges sold the little saw-mill
steamer Lulu Bernard yesterdayforenoon,
at sheriff's sale. Capt. Charles F. Nellis
and Mr. J. W. Spies bought the craft for
$S00, and they will place her in good repair
ami put her to work along the Mississippi
river. Tho boat was built at a cost of
from six to tight thousand dollars, perhaps
more, and she has never been at work at
all. She is a comparatively new craft. She
is supplied with good machinery, both for
propelling her and for saw-mill purposes.
There is probably not a piece of walk
in the city over the construction of which
the general public will be more gratified
that over that in lront of the block in which
St. Patrick's church stands. This stretch
of walk has been the cause of more profani
ty than any other stretch of equal length in
the city, simply because it has been the
muddiest in rainy weather and the dustiest
in dry weather and the meanest in any and
all kinds of weather. There is now to be a
brick walk laid down there and it will there
by be transformed into ono of the best
walks in the city.
Mr. Charles C. Mason, chief clerk of
the Illinois Central freight offices, has re
signed his important position, his resigna
tion to take effect on the first of September
Mr. Mason has been steadily ami hard at
work for a number of years and lie funis
that he must take a rest. He will take a
pleasure trip to Texas ami New Mexico.
Ho will be succeeded in the railroad office
by Mr. Charles Frank, who has proven him
self to be ono of the ablest clerks in the
offices and is in every other way well worthy
oftho promotion. Messrs. Hobio White
and Andrew Calhoune, also clerks in the
same office, have also resigned.
Paducah News: "Tho following tain
comes to us from Shawneetown, or rather
from the government quarries near that
place. Tho pilot on tho Emma Ethridge
says that on the last trip of tho boat up tho
Ohio at an early hour in tho morning he
discovered a skiff containing four persons
a young woman and three men immedi
ately under tho steamer' bow. He signal
ed to the euirineer toston uml riivnrnu Ida
' i ' - - - - -
engines, but it was impossible to stay the
headway of the steamer, which ran over
and swamped the small boat, drowning the
girl. Hopes were thrown out and tho men
were rescued. When they were hauled on
board they told a remarkabl,) story to tho
effect that one of them was a brother, tho
other tho father and the third tho betrothed
husband of tho young woman. Tho latter
had gotten into boiuo trouble and hail been
sent to tho Joliet, III., penitentiary, from
whence had managed to escape. Suhsi
cpuently he had communicated with the
girl, who remained faithful to him, and
persuaded her father and brother to cross
the river with her for tho purpose of bring
ing the lover to their homo in Kentucky.
Tho lady's name was Smith and she resided
with her family in Union county. It is a
pititul story at the best. Tho poor girl's
faith in her worthless lover sacrificed her
life. It is to be regretted that, if anybody
had to drowned, it had not been tho escap
ed convict, who jumped overboard ami
abandoned his affianced to her fate when
he saw that a collision was inevitable."
--It is said that at Pulaski, III., the P..
1). and E. and the Illinois Central railway
companies had quite a lively time a lew
days ago in bidding for the patronage of a
party of land-seekers, who desired to visit
Nebraska ami Southern Kansas. The reg
ular round trip ticket from Mount PuUski
to l.iud points in the west is .22.55, but
the rate made a few days ago was cut to $')
for the round trip. Tho result was the
Illinois Central secured 45 passengers snd
the P., 1). and E. 35. This cut, it is said,
was caused by the rebate of $4.55, which
was paid by the Fort Scott and Gulf rail
way, to purchasers of tickets tor Southern
Kansas, two weeks ago. At Atlanta, 111.,
last Tuesday the land explorers' rate to
points on the Fort Scott and Gjif railway
was cut trom $22 90 to 13 for the nmud
trip. Parties who purchased tickets there
declare they were compelled to pay full
rates for tickets sold over the counter but
that the agent of the Fort Scott and Gulf
railway subsequently refunded them $4.90.
The same plan for rebating tickets, regular
ly sold over the counter, was carried out
two weeks ago at Mount Pulaski, Illinois.
The Springfield dispatches to the St.
L mis Republican of Aug. 14th contained
the following concerning gambling. It is
of interest, especially tomanu'ers oftairs
in Illinois: "A few days ago the secretary
t the state board of agriculture received a
letter trom Kankakee asking nis opinion
about an act ot the last legislature appro
priating certain sums to county fairs on
cmdiiion that gambling be strictly prohib
ited. The writer wished to know what
gambling meant in a legal sense. The attorney-general,
by request of Mr. Fisher,
secretary of the board, has deciled as fol
lows: 'That no appropriation shall be
granted to any society which allows or per
mits games such as cuds, dice, wheels, etc.,
but anything that exhibits skill, accuracy,
physical endurance, etc., woul 1 not be
gambling in a legal sense; neither would
machine testing, shooting at targets, or
speeding horses be considered gambling.
Any violatiof of the act of 1SS3 would
make the tair association liable, and the
loser could seize and sell the fair grounds
to recover loss, just as though they were
keeping gambling houses in cities.' 'Refer
ence is also made to the statutes of 1?74
relating to gaming, which the attorney
general holds apply to fair associations,' "
At the meeting at the Open II I'lee
Wednesday night it was demonstrate 1 be
yond the possibility of a doubt that the
scheme to till the streets ot the city to a
grade beyond the reach of high water, us
suggested by Mayor Halliday and Mr.
Linegar is entirely practicable, and seems
very reasonable and easy of accomplish
ment tr mi a pecuniary point of view, even
when the cost of the work is placed at ex
travagant figures. It was also demonstrat
ed beyond the possibility of a doubt, that
the public understands this fact thorough
ly ami is enthusiastic in its desire to have
the work begun without unnecessary delay.
The audience at tho Opera House was com
ported of the men who, almost exclusively,
will have to bear the expense and tempo
rary inconvenience occasioned by the work,
though the benefits that would neces
sarily result from its accomplishment would
be shared directly or 'indirectly by every
citizen here. These men, these property
holders, gave voice to their feelings in no
uncertain manner and they are not back
ward at any time to express their desire to
lay down now the money necessary to
do the work. This state of things natural
ly suggests the next step to be taken. Tho
time to talk has now pased; tho time for
action is here and it should be promptly
made use of, The people demand action
now and the demand should be immediate
ly satisfied. The first act umt como from
the city council, of course, and it must bo
in the form of an ordinance creating tho
first district, designating its grade, and or
dering tho streets in it to be immediately
raised to that new grade. Let this district
comprise, such a portion of tho city, as
will bear whatever expense may bo incur
red in carrying out the improvement, as
suggeste I by Mr. Linegar Wednesday
night; let tbo commissioners be appointed
to make estimates of the cost of the work,
let application be made to the county court
for commissioners to asue ii,,. i,Mrtit9.
then let men and teams bu put immediate
ly to work on the streets, filling them up to
the new grade, and thus inaugurating the
work dial is to make Cairo a city,
Speaking of the argument made by
Mayor Halliday at thu Opera Hoiiso Wed
nesday night, that the filling of t10 MtreotB
and the raising of the houses, if ,l,,n0 by
our now idle laborers and
mechanics, would cost the cily
at largo nothing, because the money thus
paid out would remain in the city, tho Ar
Hus replies, "If tho mayor is really possess
ed of this idea, perhaps ho is not a safa rnsn
to have itt tho head ot city affairs, for ho
may push works of improvement on a scale
that will be ruinious to the city; thinking
they do not cost anything certainly is a
great inducement for undertaking great
projects. If tho merchants produced hero
the stocks they sell, tho bakers tho wheat
they consume, the butchers tho cattle they
slaughter, the saloon keepers the beer and
whiskey they sell, the mayor's proposition
would appear differently from what it does;
but as a matter of (act the great bulk of
the money received by these traders has to
be sent abroad to pay for tho supplies they
deal out, and doing business on Mayor
II illiday's plan, instead ot depending upon
outside resources, would soon exhaust the
wealth of a community, and drain it of its
last dollar." We may be mistaken, of
course, but we adhere very strongly to the
opinion that the affairs of this city, from
the smallest to the greatest, are entirely
safe in the hands of Mayor Halliday ai.d
the city council - quite as safe, at any rate,
as they would be under the direction even
ot men having the mental calibre of the
Argus publisher. The Argus man seems to
be firmly of the opinion that it is much
safer to stand still than to move. This
would be true if everything around did the
same thing. But the trouble is, that men
aud things generally do move; tt is even
said that "the world do move," of which
fact (if it is a fact) the Argus man has evi
dently had no intimation and desires no
practical illustrations; and therefore stat
ionsry men and things are momentarily in
danger of being swept away ami buried
out of sight. IVrh tps no man has ivi r
given more positive proof of an ingrained
distaste for all motion, all enterprise, all
progress, life, prosperity, than does the Ar
gus man in his reply to Mayor Halliday 's
argument. A narrower view of a question ol
Mich public importance as that presented
by Mayor Halliday, than that embodied in
the Arum man's reply, could not possibly
have cminated trom the llatteiied rkuilof an
Indian papoose of fourteen moons. Because
the money paid to the resident labon r upon
our streets, the resident mechanic i mj loved
in our houses, the rsideiit bnrkruakcr,
plasterer, mason, is paid to our gpner-, bak
ers, dry piHids and clothing, and hardware
and wooden-ware men, and by them, finally
sent out to the manufactures for new stock,
therefore, the expenditure of this money
will not benefit the city and therefore the
improvement in question would result
ultimitely in a drain upon the wealth of the
city at large. The Argus man ignores ihe
facts that a good little iiortion of eaeh
month's Varnings could and would lm laid
aside by the laborers and mechanics; that
another good little sum would be hid aside
by the merchants as profit on goods and
supplies sol 1, and that in lieu of the re
mainder, if sent away, there would be an
influx ot dry-goods groceries, boots aiid
shoes, clothing, hardware, stoves, etc., etc.,
and that then: might be even an extra im
portation of liver pads and codfish balls
for the Argus man arid others a illicit d as he
seems to be with a multiplicity of disorders
and a fear that he will starve to death.
Thus the merchant w-uld have new
stocks j:iit as large as before, and a little
surplus in his safe; the consumer would
have lived, have in ire of the combots of
lib-, and a little surplus in his pocket; the
capitalist would have improved properly,
increased in value beyond the octlay he
may have made and the city at large would
be improved, and offer better inducements
to cap.talists from abroad. But apply the
Argus' logic and the capitalist lmrds his
money, the city remains unimproved, the
laborer and mechanic starve to death, the
merchant keeps his goods aud doesn't have
to send money away for a new stock. The
Argus' logic is damphoolishness with a cap
ital I) and in the superlative degree.
KILLKI) BY AX ENGINE.
Shortly alter eight o'clock last night a
white man was run over by an engine on the
Illinois Central tr ick on Ohio levee just
above Eighth struct. The man's name was
Ned MeCJuirc. He was evidently about
thirty years ol a",e. lie had been in the
city but a few days; he was employed on a
railnmd in Missouri, at Bird's Point, to
whete be came from Memphis, Tcnii.,
where he hud been a turnkey. During
yesterday he bad wandered about town
Lib' night about half an hour before he
was kille I he sat in the do,;r of Mr. Hack
berger' plice of business on Ohio levee,
In a partially intoxicated condition. Mr.
8. requested him to come inside, ho that
ho could close the door; but McOuire gut
up and went away toward the river. When
the engine backed down a switchman with
a lantern was seated on the tender; he saw
a dark ol'ject lying lengthwise on tho
plank nailed to the ties along the outer side
of thu rail; but before he could distinguish
what it was, the first truck of the lender
was crunching the bones of the man's loft
leg, so that it could be heard a soiiare
away. Before the engine coubt bu slopped
the unfortunate man had been carried
about thirty feet, and when it moved for
ward a little, the cruel wheels left the man
lying in a heap between thu rails. Heady
hands picked him up and stretched hint
out tilton a pile of timber near, by and ex
animation showed that his left leg was but
a confusion of flesh, bones and rags steeped
iu blood, while his fneo and forehead were
crushed and covered with dust and blood,
showing that he had struck thu ground vio.
hmtlv with his head face downward. ()c
CHHional twitches of his head; a slight
heaving of the chest and a faint beating of
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect yonr PKKMISE8. We have a large
COPPEIiAS, CIlLOltlDE of LIME,
KR03I0 CHLORALUM, GIRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc, Etc,
Also OKXUINE DALMATIAN
n a r i i
KIM DAY KVIil., August 21, im.
GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT TO
Prof. Gr. A. M. Storer,
(iivcii by the Cairo Hra.su Kami and Opt ra House Orchestru
assisted by the following home and foreign talent:
Prof, storer Clarioncttc
I'rof. Salisbury, of (Vdar Rapids,
Mrs. (ico. I'iirsons and Miss Biua
Mrs. J. M L.iiisdcii. Miss Mamie Corliss
Miss M. AdelU (iordon.
All the K.iilroads running
for this date.
Th- I'Iht.o nun! 'it tl.li- imicr-M In th "DECKKK syt.'AKK (JkANlV klti'lly
)-"!!, ! 'er ! he in niin:i liy Mr. W. C. Jocelyti, Agent.
l'ki lire! ! '.s Cummer )
DRV (MODS ami NOTIONS,
h full Inn- of nil t hit Wt.-Kt. n.-wiet color
me! i Ti ii ; Hiel ')'!( mmiufiki turf.
iWKl'K T DKI'AKTMKN l
I'.iulv IiriK'.-K 'I i p. !rnn, lignum. Oil
rinilii. & ,, At.
othing and Gents' Furnishing
'Ihii) inrinii'U' o( riijiii-d a full riinr arel
is iiituti i"i! ill k'.I r'i.iei'. (toil rr
(.'iisruiitei-'l ol U'.est nvle and tit-st m
turui Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
the heart prove.) 'hat he wis still alive ; but
a'. I this ces -ed in a few minutes and bu was
He leaves no I unity so far as known. His
remains were taken in charge by those in
Six asm Skvkx aui: Ki.i.vkx. It is well
to be exact, but there is u warning in tbo
case of the men told ot hero whose ninety
about words made them a little careless
about their ai ithmetical reputation.
A paity of grammarians in a Woonsocket
restaurant wt re arguing for half an hour
over the question :
' Is it ri;ht to say six and seven is eleven,
or six and sewn are eleven."
Some were certain it was the proper term
to employ (mi the principal, perhaps, that
whatever is is right, w hile thu others were
equally strenuous that are was tho right
word. Finally tin y asked a learned Ger
man his opinion.
"Veil, initio friends, lixcli und seven ish
III the Stables.
Col, J. I). Ferguson, Sec'y Mary land
Jockey Club; Kx Gov. Odcn Howie, l'resi-
dent of the same; Mr. Calvin M. I'rirsf, of!
the New oi k (Jlnti stables; Mr. II. Anns,
of the Toledo and Chicago Stables, use the
gn at pain-cure, St. Jacobs Oil, and endorse
"TTIIE GREAT GERMAN
llelll'WH llllil HlffK
I M Ii U II K,
in wiuiiK.TonriiAi iu:,
8oronia, Cull, Bruiiet,
III UN, M tl.l,
Ami nil hIIht Imillly Hi'lict
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Selil liy nil DriiKHlKli l)'l
liiiileri, lllri.'i'lliilili III II
TLe Charles A. Vogeler Co.
mlmi.rrt Ig A. VmiM. Kitten )
llulliiiiiirr, Hit., IM. A,
Ul 1 r
1 1 PlIlllliillimiiiMlllll
411 1 I U
and Cor. th & Wash. Ave.
CO NT U ALTOS.
Mrs. Marie Hester, of Anna.
Miss Annie l itcher.
Frank (i. Metcalr. Charlie Frauk.
K. V.Crowcll. K. M. I)avin.
Duets, Trios, Quartettes,
&e., .?., Sce.
into Cairo will cm red need rate
q.koii;k h. lkach, m.ix
Sieclnl Mtent'.i'ii ;nld ti thu Hnmuopathlc treal
miiiiuf Tirk'lrl d I nd diseu'ea of women
ml rhl iin a.
uKHCK-On llth meet, oppomtu tLe Pout,
office, C'niro, 111.
J)U. J. K.. STRONG,
123 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'OU, EI.KCTltO V.U'OK MEDICATED
a 1 iu Iti I r u-n;ii daily.
A lady in iUei,ditr c
)R. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K NT I ST.
UKFK K-KiKtith HuevU near Coninorcl! AtbBih
QR. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orrii'i-No. 136 Commercial Aeniin, lttwta
KKM'ir,d NlMh Ntreeu
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larirest Variety Stock
IN TIIK C1TV.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
0. O. I' ATI Kit CO.,
Cor, Niriutimiilh (trtut 1 Pilirn Til
f'onimiircisl AvMunn f Villi;, 111
IA. II. HMITII. KUIIKHT A. 1M1TH,
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
Shop on HallUtay Aveiiii", bi-lwimn toiilrth and
(Sixth Htri'i't, (.'iilro, lllliiuln,
UfAll kind ol lht Mid tnmvy hluckimltlilnir,
WHKin and cnrrtii(o work done In I tin hiiim work
manlike maimer. llorhe-HltouliiB a npucially aud
aatl faction unaraii toed .
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