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I'UU 11AU.Y 0A1UO IlUUKl'tNi WEDNESDAY MUUUlNiJ UOVEMBBR 19, mi.
ECZSYA, or Bt't Rheom, with Its aaonUiaglteb
lug aud bumliir", Inatntly relieved by awirm
Nth wlib i iTTici ka Hoaf, and single application
01 L'tnicuiu, th ureal hki Care. This re eated
dally, with two or three rloses of ClTicuiu Kb
solvsnt. (b new Uiood Purifier, to keep the
blood cool, (be perspiration pure and nnlrrllelltig,
tna bow. Is 0en, the liver and kidneys active, wil.
speedily enr Kcsoma, Tetter. Ringworm, Psorlae
U, Lirliea, Hrultus. Scaldllead, DaudrutT and every
species of Itching, Hraly and Pimply II union of
the Scalp and 8 n, wboutbe beat physicians and
a 1 known remedies fall.
ECZEMA TWENTY TEARS.
Mr gratitude to God la ntbounded for the relief
J bare obiairjed from t ie use o tbe Cutlrura Hera
edles I bave hern irouMod with Eczema on ray
Ims for twenty yeara. I b d not a eomrortable
nlcht for years, the burning and Itching were o
Intense Now. I am happy to aay, I bave no
trouble. Only the llver-c olored patchea on my
limbs remain at a token ol my former misery.
UENKY L. (SMITH.
188 West Avenno. Kocbeatvr, N. V.
ECZEMA ON A CniLD.
Vonr moat valUKble Cuticnra Remedies bave
dene ra child o nmcb good th t I feel like eylng
tbla for tbe benefit ol Dions who are tr nblt d with
akin dlavaae. Mv little child was troublod with
Eczema, and I tried several docorx and medictnea,
but did not do bur an good until 1 used the U ti
cura Kemedlee, wbtcb speedily cured ber. for
which I owe yon manv thnnka and manv nights of
rent. MUN UOSSMIElt, L'uiou Bakery.
TETTER OF TUE SCALP.
I was almost perfctlv bald, caused by Tetter of
the ton of the acaln. 1 used your Cuticnra Kem
edlea about alx week, aid tbev cured my scalp
perfectly, and now my balr la coming nark a thick
aa it ever was. j. r. v. Jiuiwa.
COVERED WITH BLOTCHES
I want to tell yon that your Cutlcura Resolvent
ia magntfli ent. About three month ago my face
vca covered with blotches, and after using three
bottles or Insolvent 1 was p rircuy curen.
KKKDK ICn MA1TRB
2) St. Cbarlct Btreet, .sew Orleans, La.
For all cases ol poisoning by Ivy or dogwood, I
can warrant Cuticnra to cure every time. 1 have
told It for five yeara and It ever Ihiik.
C.I1. MOKSB, Druggist.
Sold everywhere. Price. Cuticura, 50 eontaj
Boap, si cents; ueaoiveni. i.
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Collln'a Voltaic Klectrlc Plaa-
terlnstaytly affects theNcrv
on System and banishes
I'aln. A nt feet Electric Bat-
tmrv rnmhin.rf u'ffh Piiriitlfl
I 18 THE CUT I'mmer lor eta. !' annUil-
II o a late Pitln, vitalizes Weak and
U SaFFERIMS SERVE Worn Out Parts, urei.gtbena
'i ntu .SI .rcicp, iirt'ventK I) aenan, and doea nioie In
one-ball the time than any other planter in the
world. Sold every where.
lick Jletrlaebe nd rcllere all the tronMn nel
dent to a billoua auteof theayatem.auch aa Uia
t ncaa, Nauaea, Urowainraa, Ilistreaa after eating,
H'n In the Side, Ac, While their moat Muuu
aule lucceai til beea ihown In curing;
nir!arbpjrtCarter,iL!ttle Liver Pillitrerti ally
talualile In Conaiipailon, curing and preveuting
this annoying complaint, while they alao correct
all diwiroYra of the atomach, atlmulate the liver
aud regulate the bowcla. Even U they only cured
A r be thrj wonld be almoat prlccleaa to tho who
ullr from tlila distreaning complaint ; but fortn
Jiataly their goodueai do'a not end hern, and tboa
vho once try them will And theae little iillla valu
able In ao many w ays that they will not be willioj
tudorrltboulthem, Uut after all aicklic4
la tbeljane of o many Uvea that bcrc la where we
tnitka our preat boast. Our pill cure it while
Carter's Little Llrer TIlli are Tory fmall an
Try eay to tnkn. One or two pilla makea duic.
They are strictly vegetable and do not grljie or
pnrire, but by their irentle action pleaae all who
couthem. Invlalaaixjcenta! five fortl. Bold
by diuKgistsiverywiiue, or sent by tuaiL
CAIITIII MEDICINE CCNerrTork
Wliere the Fire is Out.
Ma?ie No More a Mystery Seen From
Across tho World.
"naroun of Aleppo." said Sir Philip Derval,
"bad mastered every s. crtt In na'iirc which the
nobler magic seek tofuthom. lie discovered that
the true art of ties ing la t aanlst Nature to throw
offthe dieiu-to ttimmon, aa It were, tho whole
system to eject tho enemy that Lai futtencd on a
part, illipr cennaalllncluded the rulnvlgoratlon
of tho prlni iple of lifu."
In this the Eatteru aage tncrulv anticipated tho
practice of the physicians of to-day. What
life Itaelf la, nobody knew then-nobody knows
now. But we bave learned something of tbe rea
sons why tbe mveterlnua ua n4 t.
Provided the Krcat o-khii. ol the body are not Irre
parably destroyed, med cal s lenre r.n .!.....
Ileve. snd often save. Vet no reputable nhyaiclan
now adheres io the barbaronx and a'upid priiceanee
of depletion, ancb aa bleeding by which It w ia
at tern tiled to cure disease by riduclinrthn i.mi.i.r.
ability to resltt It. Mow a days we do not tear
aown the ion to help the garrison wo stri-ugtbuu
In tbla Intelligent and benelMctit work. It la
coucedodt at Parker's Tonic leads all other medi
cine". Aa an InvUorint It acta Immediately ami
bowerfullv urinn th clreu alinn and thunrirHUi of
dlgestloi,, Inn gtvl g Nature th asal tanc- she
ca is for, It follows that all allnioliU of the stom
ach, kldneya and liver are at once re leved or
enred. soother pro,ara'iori emiiodlea the same
qiMlltles orproducea .In liar results It la delict
tins to aae, and tbe best known antl-l tox'car.t
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TlliJ LA liGKST STATUES.
Ancient mill Modern Ntittuna Enrjlneerlng
HkU of the Old Monument llulld.
era The larthollt statue.
A pieco of interesting news comes to
us from Kjrjpt rogardinj; a di.scovery
rocentlv niittlo in Lower Egypt by Mr.
Flinders Iletrie, of the fragment of a t
eolossal stntuo of King Rnmeses 11.,
which, caleulating tho height from
the fragments wliieh remain, must
have stood considerably over one
hundred feet in height. The ma
terial employed is granite; and tho
executing of such a work in such a
material, and, when completed, rear
ing it into position, rniut.have involved
a profound knowledge not only of high
art, but of engineering skill. Is it pos
sible that tho statuo could have been
cutout whole in ono picccP If so,
what lever power did tho Egyptians
possess to raiso such an enormous
weight into a perpendicular position?
Certain it is that these nneient build
ers knew well how to get over, and did
gf t over prodigious dillicultics, as wit
ness their obelisks, and tho enormous
stonos which coraposo tho magiiiccnt
temple of the sun at Baalbec. As thcro
is no stone quarry near, how thi'so vast
stones could possibly have been con
veyed thither in tho first place, and
then raised to their position, has been
an enigma to all modern architects and
engineers by whom tho temple has been
critically examined, and who have frco
ly confessed that, with all our modern
scienco of steam cranes, hydraulic
jacks, and railroads, tho transportation
and raising of such immense, cyclopean
masses would have undoubtedly pre
sented many serious difficulties, if, in
deed, it could bo accomplished at all.
Many of our readers will doubtless
remember Mr. Poynter's grand picture
in tho Royal Academy of London, a
few years ago, entitled "Israel in
Egypt!" It represented an enormous
maws" of sculpture mounted on a
wheeled truck, dragged along by hun
dreds of the unfortunate captive Israel
ites, who are smarting under tho whips
of their cruel drivers. Mr. Toynter
had good authority for his 'motive
power" as shown in his picture. So far
as wo can discover from ancient works
or ancient sculpture, tho largest stone
masses were transported mainly by
force of human muscles, with few mo
chanical expedients. Levers and roll
ers seem to have been almost, if not al
together, unknown. The mass was
generally placed on a kind of sledge,
the ground over which it was to pass
lubricated with some oily substance,
and tho sheer strength of human shoul
ders was then applied.
The most colossal and by far flio
most remarkable statue of modern days
is that most elaborate and rather ec
centric gift of tho French nation to tho
people of America. Not ouly is it re
markable for its enormous height and
gigantic proportions, but for the very
singular and ingenious manner in
which it has been constructed so sin
gular, indeed, that at lirst sight it is
somewhat difficult to comprehend tho
manner in which it has been built up,
piece by piece, especially when wo
mention that tho several pieces of cop
per composing tho figure have not been
cast. How, then, have they been
made? This wo will try to explain.
The statuo is a female figure of Lib
erty, having on her head a crown, and
holding aloft in her hand a torch. Tho
figure in M feet high; but, reckoning
the extreme height to the top of the
torch, the marvelous altitude of 137
feet 'J inches is reached. Tho statue is to
be reared on a pedestal of solid granilo
83 foot high, so that tho entire work
will rise to the immense height of 220
feet J inches! The artist is M. liartholdi
(the family name, by-the-bye, of the
great composer best known as Mendels
sohn). Having first carefully constructed a
model in clay about life size, this was
repeatedly enlarged nnlil tho necessary
form and size were obtained. 'The next
U'p was to obtain plaster casts from
the day, and these casts were then re
produced by clever artists in hard wood.
Tho wooden blocks were then, in their
turn, placed in tho hands of copper
smiths, who, by the hammer alone, it is
stated, gave the copper sheets the exact
form of tho wooden molds or models;
and thus, in this peculiar and laborious
manner, tho outsido copper "skin" of
mo suuuio was tormod, and, to all out
ward appearance, completed. But aa
the copper is only one-eighth of an inch
thick, an inner skin is also provided,
placed ubout a foot behind tho first,
whilo tho intermediate spaeo will bo
filled in with sand, especially at the
lower extremities, to give tho wholo a
Tho stability of tho figuro will not,
however, bo left to depend solely on
these sheets of copper and looso sani;
and, therefore, tho interior, from top
to bottom, will bo strengthened by a
framework of girders and supports, by
which tho whole will bo knit together
in ono firm, compact, unyielding mas.
As tho sheets of copper and tho inter
ior framework are simply secured in
tho ordina y manner by rivets, when it
is desired to remove this metallic moun
tain all that has to bo done istounrivet
tho several plates and take down and
pack on boaril ship for New York.
It is proposed to place this gigantic
"Liberty" on lledloo's island, a very
small islet lying about two miles south
of tho Battery anil Castle Garden, tho
lowest point of the island of Manhat
tan, on which tho city of New York is
built, so that travelers approaching the
city by water on that side will get a lino
view of tho state of "Liberty JSuliifht
cning tho World."
This mighty work of art, after many
years of close ami anxious labor, lias
recently been formally handed over by
M. Jules Ferry to the minister of tho
United States as a free irift from ilm
I people of Franco to tho people of
Aniorloa-a token of lovo and admira.
lion from the ono republio to the other
and measures are being adopted to
take the statuo to pieces, wkh a view
to its immodiato transmission to New
York, in which go-ahead city we shall
doubt less soon hoar of its final erection.
If Mr. Flinders Fetrio's discovery of
tho remains of tho giganUo statue of
Kanieses II. in Lower F.gypt, one hun
dred feet high, of solid granite, is tho
large-t statuo of antiquity, the "Lib
erty" of M. Bartholdi may certainly
take rank as the most colossal produc
tion of modern days. Chambers' Jour
nal. Most Attractive Women.
Where are women most attractive?
On the street, on tho stage, in the ball
room, at church or at horns? Womiw
are seen at other places and under oth
er conditions, but this query is intended
to cover only a few dist inctive roles that
women assume in society as now organ
ized. More women are seen on tho
street than anywhere else. That is.tho
greatest number of different men see
tho greatest number of tlillerent women
on the street, or rather in streot cos
tume, lor they may see tnem in a
Broadway 'bus, or on a steamboat, or
on the elevated railroad, or on a street
car. A woman in street cowtumo is a
very different looking croature from a
woman in a stage costume, or in a ball
dross, or in a homo wrapper. Not only
aro there striking contrasts in the mat
ter of dress, but in tho matter of per
sonal bearing as well, and as an object
U be looked at, criticised and admired,
a lady walking along Fift h avenue in
front of tho Fifth Avenue hotel is a
wholly tlillerent being from the lady
who agonizes in mimic tragedy or
dances a pas seul. It is in the street
that Die whole appearance of a woman
becomes most effective. There you see
hat, dress, shoes, gloves, parasol, as
well as the face. Tho view is general
ly transitory and often deceptive. And
yet with these advantages how seldom
it is that you see a really handsome wo
man on the street. Of all tho hundreds
that you will meet on a fair afternoon
in a walk from Thirty-third street to
Fourteenth street or Broadway, how
many nre there that are really pretty?
I suppose a thought like this has pop
ped into the minds of agreatmany peo
ple, and always with an accompanying
feeling of disappointment. When on
dress parade, as most women are who
go out on a pretty afternoon, the female
part of mankind is not at its best.
There aro loo many things that aro
needful to make up' the full require
ment. In some of these a woman is al
most certain to fall short. Suppose sho
has a pretty face but too much paint on
it? That spoils her as a complete betiu-
ty. Suppose she has a pretty face but
a oaa lorm, which is fully revealed
from the waist up by the tight-fitting
dresses they wear nowadays? Suppose
she has a pretty face but has a badly-
iniing dress, or a run-down shoe, or
soiled gloves, or an unbecoming hat, or
colors in her costume that are not har
monious? And suppose she has a bad
walk? Suppose she j rks heavily along
like a crawtisn that moves backward, or
lopes along like a horse a canter?
Hon t you see how many things are fo
be taken into consideration when you
look for a really handsomo woman on
the street? That is why you sometimes
see a face like a dream as it passes you
and you think that it is a heavenly vis
ion; but when you see it better, and
see more than the face in other words,
when you have the complete woman be- J
iore you ninety-nine times out oi a
hundred there will be something turn
up that spoils the picture. After all
there aro but few women who dre
well. No woman dresses well unless
she has some original conception of
what is becoming to her. No woman
dresses well who submits herself entire
ly to the ideas of somebody else who
makes a business of dressing people.
Tho most perfected art is not at all
commercial. "In character, trades
takes awav the freshness of every good
idea." Well, of course, tho more a
woman is to be dressed the more mis
take will happen and the greater the
number of possible incongruities. So
there is a good reason why women, as
you meet them on the street, are disap
M)inting. Tho very elaborateness with
which thev clothe themselves is the
source of those very defects that rob
tlrem of manv a charm jStw lork
Kotiianoo and Heal it y of tho Swiss
"My wifo, w'no has always had ro-
mantio ideas about tho Swiss cottages,
thought she would like to stay over
night in one. 1 had seen them, but sho
would not believe what I said about
them, so, as our train arrived at Geneva
Into at night, wo concluded to stay over
In a sweet Swiss village and get our
first peep at Mont Blanc from tho
morning train. We stayed in a pictur
esque Swiss hotel, in a lovoly Swiss
village. Wo will never forgot it Tho
floors were oaro ami had not soon water
for seventy-two years. Tho tables in
tho dining-room wero of dirty nine
without table cloths. About 12 o'clock
wo folt something biting us. My wifo
said, 'it is fleas!' "
"No, I said, they aro bugs!"
"Fleas, I'm sure,' said my wife."
"After discussing tho question for
ten minutes, I got up and lit a tallow
candle and, for tho first time in our
lives, wo found wo agrood perfectly.
We were both right. There wero
9,870,431 fleas and 7,042.812 bugs in
each bed. It is noodless to Bay that wo
sat up tho rest of tho night, and went
into Geneva tho next morning all Jaded
out. Since then mv wifo has not ro-
spectod Claudo Molnotte s poetic do
scription of his Alpine homo. Tho
Swiss cottage, on a close examination.
invariably turns out to bo a great barn
full of cattle, hogs aud men.' Tho only
exception to this is when tho owner.
living near or in town, has his business
In his house. Tho wagonmaker, iron-
caster and tanner always lives iu ono
corner of his shop, foundry or tannery.
Tho brick-maker even lives in ono cor
ner of his kiln." for. Ultcu Observer.
An Arkansas man thinks ho has ex
burned tho potrihod head of a falrv.
The supposed fossil Is about tho sizo of
a largo walnut. Tho featuros of tho
human face eyes, nose, mouth, foro
head, cheeks aud chin may all bo dis
IT AGES Of Til BIVHS.
River marked by tho gauge at thii
port, nt 2:12 p. tu. yesterday, 10 feet 4
inches. Fitll during previous tnauty
four hours, 0 feot 1 inches.
Chattanooga, Nov. 18. lliver 0 feet 7
inchos snd fulling,
Cincinnati, Nov. 18. River 4 feet 8
incher and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 18. River 3 fest 0
inches snd falling.
Nashville, Nov. 18. River 0 ft 7 inch
es and fulling.
Pittsburg, Nov. 18. River 1 feet 6
inches and fulling.
St Louis, Nov. 18. River 11 ft 8 indi
The Arkansas City from St. Louis Is due
to-uiglit for Vicksburg.
The new steamer Psragould is reported
hard aground at Scuflljrowu btr.
The City of New Orleans leaves St. L m
is this evening for the Crescent City.
Tho roliable Hudson leaves St. Louis this
evening for Pad ucah snd will arrive hero
Indiim summer ia all its glory has van
ished and now comes tho winter of our dis
content. A dry season all summer and not
a d d cent.
To-night the red paint society will dem
onstrate aud if the weather is only half way
favorable Cairo will show tho natives how
the democrats assemble.
The Ous Fowler does not got off as early
as usual. Owing to a change of time on
the I. C. railroad the mail train does not
get in now until 4 :50 p. m.
Tlie Bayou Sara from New Orleans ar
rived laet night. She discharged GOO
bales of easier cotton here and departed
for St. Louis early this morning.
The Wyoming arrived here last evening
out of the Ohio. Her appearance was us a
miracle. She receives freight here to-day
for New Orleans and way points. She hits
a fine passenger trip and we hi pe may se
cure a good lot of freight. The Wyoming
ia the first boat nut from Cincinnati this
High Sporting Authority.
The London Daily Sportsman, the lead
ing Bporting journal of Gn at Britain, un
der date of May 8th, 1884, remirks, editor
ially: A really invaluable specific, for the
cure of rheunatism, neuralgia, sprain,
bruises, etc., well-known in the English
market, has gained immense fame in Amer
ica, Australia and all parts of the world,
and the universal nature, of its sale may
be judged from the fact, that tlie n akt-ri
have to print their instructions tor Its use
in no fewer than eleven languages. The
unsolicited testimonials rece'ved by the
proprietors, The Charles A. V"geler Com
pany, Baltimore, Maryland, U. S. A., are of
the most positive charter, emanating from
representative men and women of promi
nence. We should certainly say that St,
Jacobs Oil is worthy of all attention, am
that athletes especially, who are sut j-ct t
bruises and strains, will testily to i s uo
A correspondent writes of his trials
and tribulations from mosquitoes as
follows: "I live in Anne Arundel
County, Maryland, near l'aiuxenl lt v
er, on a farm which is known by tho
name of Terrapin Island. On account
of dry weather tho mosquitoes aro in
abundance. Sunday night, August 31,
they seemed to receive reinforcements,
and attacked my house. From loss of
rest by the insects myself and family
were determined to sleep the nxt
night if possible. Being a mechanic, I
had made a frame to go over my bed
stead and covered it with a mosquito
net. But tho tormenting mosquitoes
soon drove us from under the netting.
I camo to tbo conclusion that tlie net
ting was not fine enough. 1 pulled tho
bed from tho bedstead to tho floor,
took tho framo and placed it over the
bod, and used live quilts. One 1 ,
placed over tho top of the frame, four
around tho sides, and secured the
corners woll. Then, thinking wo
would get a nap, myself, wife, and
child laid down, but in less than thirty
minutes tho pests wero under tho cov
ers so thick that tho very noiso would
waken a person without biting. I
would bo thankful to know what way 1
cau manage them. Kultimore Sun.
Allen's Bilious Physic is a purely vegeta-
a i - -
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e nnuio reu uut ii ik-iuiui ch. mimim
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Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lire of the St. LouIb, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway snd International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
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lands in the world, ranging in prlco from
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in 1882, ii nd makeup your mind r- go a no
boo fur yourself when you b urn that the crop
for :8:i is 50 per cent larger thart that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid fur tickets' or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. ToWNeBNi), (len'l Puss. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
(ore Tliroul. Nrltliia. Npi-nina, It ru !,
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One Niylit Only.
The First freiit Coinputiy this M-ason
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-v.r. r.rniMi-' d o th.' hrl id inn n 1 nl.-ni va,U
tlc, rnrntli a tjbnibi'r kp new iiovvliii s.
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"AN ADAMLK S KDEX "
prusuiitl (; iIiIk Imtiii.sllile f illy (if th rlny, In l.'o
(fiii Spli'inlnr kihI iijji ltli:c ru I y n In"' 'if
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I.mlV Spccnllnts, I inly Voruilsts, i.mlj MiikIc-nil-
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Into "A (liirdi n (if Kili'ii." Ill's- sturdily cvo In if
in mud th ilutu Nov.'.''. xhI It iiiHrka tho ad
vent of thi on I v r sl nuviiltv that vim wl I wltnina
Oils si'iimiti, No ndvmirii In .rlC"S-','5, MliuidiB
ccuis. nuctirt) rusurvuH si'Mn nt ll liter s,
.Miss I.II.I.V CMY.
Nolo Mutiaiji res mid Dirui tores
olitnitied, and nil I'nliint llu -Inest iitlemli'd to fur
lur modi'Mic li'i s.
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wu run ii 'tain Patents in lias tlmo Hum thusu ru-
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Held model of drimlnir. We advise ns tn pa
tentability fre of chnri'ii; and nmi maku no clmr'
unless lis, fiit Is sec Mil.
Wot' ler here, totlni iMstmnst"r, Hie Hupt. of
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ferences to annul rliinls In your uwn Blutu or
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pnti nliiMlitv 1'rei' of I'tiurtfi',
KKKH MODICH TH, mil I mukn NO nttAltOH
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dviee ami specml reler nc a sent on nptillriilloti
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