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1IAIIKKM., ASSOC! ATK KDITOR.
v . SK ' I'KM Kil "1 18C31
t of tlm (Vmvpntion to Altrr, ltovlio or
Ainrnctlh f nnl.tiition.
IVH.M.vU J. AMilln.
J'or ( outity Jiiil,i ,
For A.nxMfttn Jiixllcc",
JAM K.N i:. JlrCKITK.
I nr t i'.i y 'i r)t,
jAt-on o. i.xxvii.
I' r family TrnunircT,
WII.M A tt .n.vun.v.
inly -u ipf r ntrn-lctit of Public Feliool.,
i.hwis in itrTiii:tt.
For Ciulity Hiirteyor,
locratli! r jnvcntion i 1 1 bo hold
ohi. ill., on Katunlay. October
, for the purpose of selecting a
to fjr delegate to the Constltu.
ftivdiuon i.iiiu iuc represcmn-
comprlHiiitr tho counties of Alex-AJa-J.I
und Union. Tho basis of
,lrt!on will bo oii lot overy two
1 v U i cn ' f'T Go. Seymour, at
r- ' 1 citation, thus otitl-
. -J 4o
! i " ' i.;uc&t!clVprMit'
r ( n!;tta.
'1 Whaon, Chairman.
Ill , Kept. 1HP 1JW.
!, ( 1 1 t wrywhera.
( 1 1 l'ur Never Fttlta.
ti cjirls cent por pair, nt
i Mm, Whitoouib'o syrup
.. i'Itir aa the sun
, find gentle and sofllh
. .ij.lrg Judge Baker
! t! .-Mi ronriete t the
t.- form inc. as will be
i, .. i'silosen.
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ml- i A. M
' -if (I t .
ii at. ",
"BarrettW not a pasty compound.
The largest and best furnished billiard
hull In Southern Illinois Is that of Walk
Irish llnon, selling ntlSG, now $1 lfi
Irish linen sold at $1, now 76 cents; and
good Irish linen at 50 cents, nt Bedly's
Best fi quarter pillow slip muslin 24
cents per yard, at Uellly's. tf '
The frequent and expensive attempts
madoto so ventllato tho county Jail as to
carry oir tho noxious emanations from
the cells, hnvo all resulted In failure. At
ono tlmu tho smells that aroso to tho
offices alovo wero so offensive that tho
county officers wero driven to the freo
and frequent uho of tho most powerful
disinfectants. In this manner tho coun
ty has been subjected to outlays, amount
ing in tho aggregate to hundreds of dol
The only remedy is a new Jail, nud tho
sooner provision is in ado for it tho better.
Not another dollar of the public tnoucy
should bo expended on tho present Jail,
that h not absolutely necessary for tho
security of tho prisoners.
Tho Pulaski county radicals, feeing
inevitable defeat staring them in tho
fuoe, havo all at onco arrived at tho con
clusion that it Is simply enormous to
oonnect politics with county contents;
that a mfxod ticket should be run so that
the best roon of both parties may bo
chosen to serve tho dear people. The
Bultftkl democracy, however, believe
Ui y know alrlck worth two of that.
They lUvu decided upon a county con
vention", will put n straight "democratic
tlok'ct in tho Hold, and then go to work
and elect overy man named upon It.
"Barre tto" lakes the lead. Linen sheeting 12 quarter wide, $1 75
Good all linen shirt bosoms at ?2 60 I ct'I,ls I'op 'ard' " !
per dozen at Kellly's.
Use Knder's Chll
Cure. "It never
Tirt class day board at Walker t ni.
oil's restaurant, at So per week. tf
"Tho Best In Ufe." Knder's Btomach
Bhell oysters, rod and white fish,
game In season, subject to order, nlcrht
or day, at Walker & SUson's resluurant
About four thousand dollars worth of
boots and shoes for sale at Bellly'. V)
percent, on the coal price! tf
.nli i mum i -
Thn undersigned will dispose of th.-Ir
atoek of groceries etc., at cost for tAMt
until Thursday, 30th Inst., when tho ru
maluderon hand will bo disposed of f
tho highest bidder nt auction wi'.i.out
Btiiatto.v, Hudson & Olakk,
57 Ohio kc .
' Cairo, Kept. 27th, 1800. tf
Sludtil awarded to "Burrott."
. Theto was an nltompt, on Friday ;
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iiiiii, w uro u i wo mury inunu iuhmu, iiii
Twenty-first (street, occupied by a negro
i woman, named 2uncy Vnrby. A lot of
, shavings intermingled with scraps of
V.....ut ..Ir.HU l.lllu .....ilnnt II...
i in v.11 uiin .iiiin itciu uiLii i;ui nL iiiu
side of tho house, and that there was not I x
a disastrous lire was owing to the fact ' !,T,,U, s,r?" 1 Vwn iiiiiijrii.iii,
" i Ivll .nr. NmviipIubmi K&fn II(dlnAu II
Jl.C. amy, XUmthl.
ArrlvnU nun l)Ginr(nrta IliirliiEllie Paul
0n. AiiflTiif.n. Cfllumlius Win Wliltf. VaJncBlij
KIlKour.Ht. Um; finm Ilrown, Wnlkcr'x nari
IMrilnnollc.fritK-tnnatl; AIIMtir, HI. l.oui;
Ktn ltoblli'nti, " 'ntiiirnlnl, "
It. C. Uty, I'lttrliurKi Molmi, . Louis.
' ;ind City Jonrtml'
J r .vn, of VillH JUdge,
i tididatefor re el
f t UU11I3 Jlidf 6. Judgs
'' flint h,. aL'.!lt!i,
hone 1 ch a radloul knows how to
R'Ullliil Of IliK good t:0!)M llM
1 r . lical, w hope the
v of BulMkl will m to
, : tho u'o of the Tablle
tn rcure necc"! thereto
' " ' montliii, ljr paying
Mr Michael Hwley,
dollar. The payment of
, '! ".-cure a oerUficale of
'tu' Ii 'lder to one vote in.
ri :i:.i,'andri.-o accewto
7 f " rlod of one yoar.
1 1111c has revealed ittelf
( f m 14 ie Wllaoii, for be-
I : Ifjnrlea will have a
! - - ti. MielHln St. Mary's
, 1 .viiig the most skillful
i ,u mhI attentive utirainjr,
t h ii prehendtMl, will not
1 . 1 .i.tery ofht-r lllne?..
t!jriHed to hear, at any
' t' 1'i.llvlon (.he has 90 dc
j ,ui, baa finally ovortuketi
.t go in 1 he temporaturo
" tr.aie rather suddenly,
in 1 uiitii UkePaducah, pro
v I frvers.
h " h 1 mi welcome, !t found
nt' 1 t iia without Uiolr win-
! M'fati'iK htovca otot. teddy for
',1 i t',.
M . r -an acaroely be ex
lr M-nt temperature will,
m Itself down consider
- o - . r
itien have nroiulaed to
r' iwiiipcardaln the 'Bulletin'
tl r y 1 an lml time to write
. ' ; t!it this coimidera
y i ner, be vfgardd a
' , . an expert In that
i 1 . . n r-i-rvicea to uuouud
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1 1 1
Miik t .. tibo is n)W, at tlio
' ; H!veryhodylaoating
t fil and winter suppliof,
, at any other time,
' ' ', ;mi advertisement.
i in alt t on it.
. !hi! the vrlminnl docket
for new trial in the
" .'-!, Wright and another,
1 1 1 . i il,wlteu tho criminal
ii . ri.ri.v mill iiifi.nn.Ai n r
rnun uplea 111 nbate
" icr wae tiled In tho oaxo
' Ann Bell, iudlolod for
h .iiae, to.v. hlch lUoro wyB
.,. 1 in iub imnni rni in
, iri "d a veruict lor the
, f. : Pcopl i iMllo Taylor,
, 1 . d itou , tbo Ktatt'n nl-
(.. 1 miolllS , :-pCrj;i.
mm taktt in Hut uao of
, .ili.ans, indicted U. lesnmo
nl vh'du, the cnntulo against
1 ... .ii.hxtn iiiiim I. n nrfSfiiit
in. llu . ILBllllCH III .....w ...........
' . . . ..iti .1
a ifctif in tho law and chancery doolc-
I.VCK.VI) J A It I KN A HOtT.
JAtlf nifl t ISdfii n Owrlllnif IIoiihp.
At a lato hour last night tho .readouts
of Twenty-tlrst alreet, wt-re awakened
by the cry of "Urol'' The cry on mo
from the vicinity of Mr. Charles 3tett'
building, which la nceu;ied by negroes.
During the night some villain had sat
urated a lot of rags with ooal oil and
placed them 011 the x nd Mory p!:t'
form, again! the door, and cotnmunita
t d fire to llieni. Furtunatoly tho flro
was discovered bafore it hadmado much
progre"i and was readily controlled.
There are four building adjoining that of
Mr. Stelt, and nil, of them would, most
likely, have been ; Uirned, hal the lire
not beon dUcoverfd be lore it had made
muah iKH'lway. Mr. ,-tett'a building is
ineurod, we understand, for $1,000,
1 for tlir lrPM.
The hi arU u( the yeunghten are Ailed
with the most lively anticipations-nod
people of niatnrer age can scarcely re
pre) a glowof enthuftiamiat the pro
mlsedireoming of Charley Xoyes' grea1
Crescent City circus by odds the bet
bhow of the kind trav V,ng in the&mth-wf-t.
IJ will arrive hero on Saturday,
erect itscanvajui on the old hhow ground,
and throw open Its doors nt 2 and 7
o'clock p. 111.
If thin tire 14 had no pthorfeaturea than
those furnished by the Wilson Brothers,
Charley M'Carthy nud the boy wonder,
Wooda Cook, It would Ik omlnently do-
serving of public patronage; but to these
are added equetrlan,acrobutio anil other
arcnio -xcwllewlea that give It an un
Another faot,the oomjwny lu composed
of geiillemwii. You will not, as was the
case nt Lake's circus, And the proprietor
with a rough or two at his side, standing
nt the door, insulting patrons by rude
oomniamU and ooarcotuincutH,as they
panned by Into tho pavllllon. On tho
oontrnry, tho moit oourtoous attentions
wlil bo bestowed upon all, Utile and big,
Aid and vouns and white and blaek.
The price of ndmhwion is, for adult'
50 cents; children under 10 25conts.
Vouu- I.niMcsnnil Jloalr.
Wv passetl an hour, last night, In Prof.
Blalftdell's conservatory of music, and
wero not only pleased, but surprised by
the spcctiielo presented there. In tho
room iherelwere about forty young ladles
and Misses of youngor growth, tho very
flower of our olty a groui) of which
Cairo or auy eity might well feel proud.
They were devoting the evening, under
the lead or tho IVofoMor, tn ti rohoaraa1
of Mr. Geo. V. H','V really oxcellent
composition. "Who shall bo Quoon of
ti" FJowers," and, i.i d dng so, assurod
1 thqt therofic iuiwIcaI talentnmong our
youug ladlim, which, whou devolopeil by
theProfessior, wJU Us rather a distinguish
ing feature of our I' ait iiunity. Some of
tjhe Yoloea were very clear and sweet,
purtioulmly thfit of Miss and Mta
Buti wo must not partlculrla.
Thee reUeArdftb. will, iu time, wo under
stand, end In a grand ooncort, whleli, wo
undertake to say, In advanoe, will sur
nrUe and delight our people.
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Prof. Illainaell iiiriirmsi us mm ue iim
that tho matches would not Ignlto.
hioveral matches wero left on tho ground,
which had been tried, and fulled to Ig
nite. As thero nro Jive other tlndcrlsh
buildings adjoining that occupied by
Mrs. Yarby, and us tho whole aro rejuolo
from tho engine houses, tho fire? had it
Murtod, would have been quite serious.
Tho Home oTli. Niu.ylli b Co.
The wliolesalo grocery aud liquor storo
of B. Smyth & Co., Is tho oldestestnbllsh
mcntof the kind In tho city, having beon
founded away back In the small years of
tho pastdccido. That It has bceti unin
terruptedly prosperous, is duo to the largo
and varied stock always kopt, the accept
able scale of prices that has govern sales,
and tho unimpeachable commercial In
tegrity of Hit proprietors. The history of
this liouso, from tho day of its foundation
to tho present time, is familiar to 113, uud
we therefore know that all along tho
path of its progress it has maintained a
reputation for fair and honest dealing,
j promptness nud exactness in tho filling
I of order.'', and kind nud courteous treat
j ment of customers, that entitle Itto tho
1 position It now occupies In public conil-
tho county ooii-t would be cover-i with j AIr( Bernard Smyth, the principal, iu
obloquy and confusion, lf everybody weJj vrsod In all tho details of tho busl
oould survey county mattors fiom hi 1 nets, having ien operating In that lino
stand polut. I fr a period of flftoon or sixteen years.
At last noc'iunts tho momlKH of tho Ho is a Hr-t c .i accountant, nud ono of
county oourt had not been mobUd. O.i the most urbane and geulal gsntlemou
the contrary, thevnre to reokleni oUheir 1 1 nnaeled w:h the meroantllo interests
penal safety as to pursue thseveu tm- ' our city. He i 11 gentleman who aids
Kit: nr. New Orlidn.!
Jrliiiiellc, Ark, Mver;
I jGroon Garner, many years' ago ctuaty
surveyor and swamp land cotamlsloner
for Aloxandcr county, Is now lomfelh:d
in tho beautiful hills ovorlooklng Villa
Itldge. Tho buslnosH nflalrs of Pi.' ki
county have not been managed in uceoi-d-anco
with Green's motloriWof enil and
exact Justice, and ho haSlaken it tij n
himself to Inform tho people li6wgroflHly
they havo been Imposed upon, and how
or of their way, in they wero wont t- do
before Green commoncsd fell r ring up tho.
people to deeds of mutiny.
A lt'ir-lirilillIe I'roccedlB.
At Mound City on Thursday last, u
negro named Webb, commltfr l an ait- 1
hault and battery on the person of Wil
liam Jones. About 12 o'olock t.ie ensu
ing night, a vJgilaneti committee, under
the lead of a red hot radlsal, trV V.'ebb
from his lioardlng house, plnro.l a rjH
around his neck and strung him up to
theliuibofn tree, hauling bii 1 up ati'l
down at short Intervals, ns the negro's
vitality seemed to "warrant.' What
would have been tho rosultof th!n pro
cess, had not the conductor of the-Mud
City rallroxd happened along an t put a
stop to It, Is not dlllicult to !n-.glue
The negro would have been killed.
TI10 Mound Otty 'Jnurnal1 says that
legal proeeedtngri hare beon Intituled
against the radical leader an h' con.
federates, nud the determinate., is ex
pressed to prosecute them to tb'. ' xtcut
of the law. The reputation nt MuU' d
City has sutlered onougli from irceeU
ings of thii nature.
Hip Now Temxieranoe 3Ivenrr
A division of tho Sons of Tcuij i.mce
tvnrl In nur rtllv lofii nltfhL ihtii
promlies to grow iu btrougth In weful- article In demand iu this market.
wi(h a most liberal hand, nil pul lie
nudortaklngH iLuttend to the improve
ment of our city amUho dovolopcmonfc
of our couutr; and 'certainly desorves
iho great measure of prosperity that has
attended his business life In Cairo. Ixmg
lite to him, and continued prosperity.
Til mcr.t Pruinlueiit Altrtietlon
In Ibeso times when it behooves every
uno to practice the strlotost oeouomy,
tho full iry goods ami clothing store of
Messrs. fjoidfltlne & Itoseuwater, on Com
mercial avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth, becomes a polut of attraotlon for
all Ihobc who wlOi to prouure fashion
able, seasonable and cheap goods.
Mess). G. & B. have Just opened their
fall Ktock, and are prepared to furnish
all the late styles In prints, drees good
geutrally,. trimmings, notions, etc. us
cheap as anybody olse In the city own
Iu the Uno of clothing they oiler sujie
rior indiioemtiUt.4, having a well assorted
supply for all classes aud conditions, and
at prices that defy competition.
They reepeol fully ask the ladles to call
j and examine their slock, as they are
satisfied that It eiitura.-w.arlHes adapted
u all kludsof tastes, allko In dress goods,
hobmry, notions, trimmings, Iucoa, hnnd-
kfrchlefs aud the thousands other
ness. The constitution under which It
. . . Jn.A..nli. ..a1.Ii.1 Ihl.Jl. '
IS OrMllIllAeil, llIIUlllUl UAH"1" ' ..
disturbing elements religion aud poll-
Uos that hnvo beon tho ban of the
oi .Ur of Good Templars. Tho nl!;;;oue
Convictions of tho member tiroki'ien.
tirely to his'.ownco nsolonce, and ht pod
tics to hla country. The Sou of Tciair
anco, ns an order, knows no poll Uos or
rollglon thereby avoiding the fruitful
eourco of contention, and ono to whloh
no less tlwn two hundred lodges ot Good
Templars In Illinois owo tbc-lr d. true
tlon. The revival of this order Is .. i ll lituotl,
aud much good will come of tho ollbrt
now being put forth In Its behalf. No
lefts than forty-live divisions havo bfcu
established In Southern Illiuo.a, during
J. 0. Carson, a?ent forplanos, organs,
and WlWeler Wilson's sowing ma
chines, JSIghth street, near Washington
I .-. Nh Vj inform tho public that I shall,
Iu a few diiyR, ii.ereuse my stock of
iuuos, and bo propared to furnish to
order, many of tho llr-tclasi instruments
mauufaoturod, on fchort notice, at the
regularly established price; auy of whloh
I will deliver, set up and warrant to be
lu perfect order before requiring tho pay
ment of nny money. All InstrunmnU
warranted for live years. I alio keep
plauo stools aul covers, and am receiv
ing the very latest publications of music.
All persons wautlng anything in my
lma of iuiiu.usa will do well to call and
tho past threo months ly the gontlcmau , ,ny Ht(iflk aMll ioar particulars, bu
who organlxeil the division In Cuiio. fore 0jfecting purehasee elwhorc.
Other geutlemen, equally sealoun, are ; tpSA dlw J. C. Causqn, Agent,
operating clsowhero with like suoccsj.
Tho indications, therofore, are that the
order will soon become a groat power in
tho land poworflil for good.
this ruuhw ttomv. uhjuhy.
A IMibilc MctOllSKT-
Ithasbeou Uiought itdTUabU- to open
the public school library to ueh peiiona
as may, under the rules and regulation
entltlo thowHolvau to aoet thereto,
without further delay, od to exclto an
luereased Interest In the iatUr U boa
been decided to hold a public meeting,
in tho ,Mlgh School Itoom, on Center
street, on Friday ,ovootng next, at
half past 7 o'clock. , ,
PMOUBiMiii:. 1 '
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I 1. Muni.?, Vooal anil JuBiruiueuiai.
1 rn-ifrv nf tlio Puhlia School Libra-
about Blsty pupils receiving uisiruuuon ry by Mifcs. .lennle Warwick
in instrumental tuuic; oui if prejwren
to receive any number, howovor largo ,
He hai provided himself with three fine 1
ptanns and will r.iUl.olhers as they nro
Wo hope Iho Professor will bo literally
patronlaed. ' Ill ti ' ins are so very low
that a musical education is plnood with
iu thoicttch of ovrry youth of Cairo, and
as the 1 fin! ', ;Ui-l elevating Influence
of such an 1 : Hilt v. 11 t;i Ur,tood,
wo phiill boturprlc-d ludud If tho JVo
fossor's patron nro di h not render hh
conservatory of r t. lo a 1 crmauf nt and
BrjKiU')LUIciia llimliiest Training
Ouradlcoto any young man, that
mn spore the time and money, is to go
UU J3rtan Qkteago Jhmtnctt TruiMmQ
Sohooi, where (he best facilities Iu the
country are to found. It is Just a cheap
to go to uiredquartoia" an to go to a
second-ralu Institution. Semi for paper
describing thbt model itMVtitiitlnnthe
"High School" to Commercial Colleges.
Addre. IL B BuyaNT, Chicago, Id.
T CoiitrattJi niwl BMlI4crs.
Desiring to clean off my lumber yard,
perparltory to engaging moroexteu dvely
lu the lumber business this fall, f will
sell tho btock on hand, consisting of ash,
oak, Iflekory, cypress, oplar &. of all
sizes aud dimensions, chcufsr thau it
can be sold nt nny other yard in I hi
section of country. I will take lu pay
moot at par, olty scrip, county onlere,
aud tchool scrip.
Ualro saw null.
Cairo, 8eit. 28d I860. Im
T-tSl TmIIiI TMtll
Dr. Austin, nt 1W Commercial i venue,
; . , eon dentist of much oxporlenoe,
th....retleally and practically familiar
wilhalltho details of tho profession.
We unhesitatingly recommond him to
Tho weather continues clear aud cool,
making fires In stoves nnd grates qulto
plcasnnt at night.
Tho Mississippi and Missouri remain
about as at last report, with jdenty of
The Ohio Is rising again at Pittsburg
from recent heavy rains, and four feet
is now reported there. The river in'
stationary nt LoufovlHo with four feet in
Here tho river has fallen two Inches
slnco last report.
Business continues fair.
Tho Sam Urown while on her way to
Louisville with a low of barges lde'n
with iron ore, found that she could hot
pass over Walker's bar on aoeouUt of tho
scarcity of wuter, and on returning (0
KiIzabethtot.il to lay up the barges in 11
good harbor, struck an old rout at tho
foot of Hurricane ioland with one of her
barges, laden with 500 tons ore, oauelRg
r total loss of the burgo and taro. Tho
bttl iiiceof her low h laid up near Elisa
beth! wn in chargo of U10L! Lodge.
Th'-Tkelfuiitmltt, a npb m'.Id, roomy
and flootstern-wheelpr,. takes ti.o place
of the Gen. Anderson, in the Cairo and
CoIumbtH railroad transfer bustneiM
while the Andorson goes through a com
plete repair on Haiubleton's Mound City
Marino Ways, 'ilio Anderson will como
off tho ways with almost a new bull.
Tho Jvllgiui added two hundred tons
The It. ('. Gray uhlps 100 tons South
em freight !i. iv.
T ic Kate K.-Mr.sou resblps TO tons for
below, and brought a largo amount for
Tho Atlantic dhchaqred 4Hbbls paving
coiwnt for rhlpment to Chicago, par
Illinois Central railroad.
Tho Mohawk ami barges will receivo
SO) tons here for New Orleans.
'Hie White, Capt. Northern, h the reg
ular Paduonh imcket to-day.
The Norman or Qulckatep will be Ute
paekot for Avatuvllle to day.
Tho elegant Bella ht. Louis, Cfcpt Altx.
Zulgler, Is the packet for Memphis thte
oveniug. Chus. T. Jilnde, ogeut.
Tho beat ami prettlast cook atove nor;
A new lot Just received. Call an sjio
them at Ike rwart. Orth & Co., 1S6 Com-
mercloJ overrue. Sepfldwini
Hsss-waef" ii . mmmmmmmmmms
' ir rtf wiisi
M-i-nJ tomV. In!:ir bvitloof thbMt IWr Is
tor.if . . -tr n ( (of rrxmriaf gfy asir to m arsj
1 jl . nr. neu'l x..nl for it pactum.
? irT wum
Iro WHiwTtxth, IIt..lt!vijaia,tn.lwetkresUl,
wo.l tot our lUUitUH VKN'TRIPIOS, prfM, 'ii
if ton Want
X aur .'i! fur H'tutse'i. CstarHi. DwffeM, r bas
1 nS in tb am, send tor oiir StSUUIUTTUStr
I'm' O reou,
i.tilMroi ih sua poS-siil 00 retla
AiMn-Ki JoMf.fi K. UmtiOm,il M.vlresS,il.
I.oU, Mo. iySwr
A lUii-e OUcltv-laHt s siawsst.
lnfMiua fM .vurjiwdj', by mailj, tto pi
pnfcM tit W ernt. '
Sirfr- M. C. KORStAMT, m Nrkt MwtSfiW.
ini, Ho. m&imr
Of Mhrly on h . i ii'-1 r..v fr mtklag twMyi
itll kmt of W r..-, u.ii, AW, Beer, Cor4isU, iiSWtor
iJsliaK4araMniifarturlngMjrelia sSoi, eUhsr
t t Um tr4 or Iioum om.
to ut ly aMil, tr uf poMeft, lr4 wt-aU.. jUUr
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