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OFFICE: jSTo.' 13 Ton.th Street, ThovritOD' Builcling;.
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;AILV EDITION
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cm: official paper ok the
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Ajfii iwitntv.
j Fciri'f'Ciry irraty 'rrucAX-
ADA.
Tho v 1 1 i.mntt 'Ennilri.J ay: 'Tie
Presl Jen'., he correspondent Informs
mm, hui announced himself absolutely
jppojod to tliQ JJeciprocity Treaty of Can-
nudn " There in nothing Mirprhlng In
oada " There is nothing Mirprhlng
'hat. Wo should expect an t, matter of
vv rsf tho opposition of tho President to
mv measure not particularly designed
i benefit tho stock nml gold gamblers,
"o whose InWen Ml Government oppe--ai'otts
are now itibtirdlna'd and es
jeehl.y would we not expe' hi favor
' any meaMiro of valuo to tho great
We.' Equr.lly characteristic and equal
'v truihrt'V no doubt, In tho" ttatement
t General Grant i "firm r.ud deH-,
tod in tho de termination that bo haH J
i ,1 cn'y ral'isi'i! to consider tho subject, !
hi; h.vi discourteously declined even j
i consultation with Mr. who repre
sent iho Dominion Government. If the
'Vidian statman de.Mro a bearing, .nd
ind h favornbln ooiulderatlon for his
rro!fcLM. he liould Imvc cotu- fortified
.vJth llio tltlodeedofH house, or a hill of
mlo for a how", for contribution to th
'H'ft of KnterprNc "
... . ..
Thp Intent abomination Intllcted upon
ullVrirg humanity by IJoiton u a new
lecturing uuUancu, known among men
n the Rev. Itowlnod Cowen. Tlie
strong point of till- peripatetic peddler
of Boston notions I1 .1 contemptuous and
ilnnderom manner of ppeaklng 01 j
wom?n. lUVhcn the negro was freed, M '
he said In recent loctnro, "St was iimnt'
'er of surpriFe to Abolltlonl"ts that he
was found to be nuch rvtori Ur. 5
This N the caso or women with men.
"Women r.ro not as truthful, as men
Lying rs one of tho weapons of tho week
against the strong. I have watched
young women lie wltbn cnlmnoMnnd
cleirnet, and h straight forwardne
Impossible In a young man of the vmv
age." A few f.ilnt IiIpsc greeted the
slanderer at this point, b it nnd the fuel
tIimvs to how low a grado of civilization
tl.e Hojfjn mind has b"i:n otlucated
down he was permitted to tluisli hU
tirade and depart in peace. In the rutlust
village of the "Far West'' tho native
chivalry of the people vruild have
secured tho libelous scoundrel n ducking
In the nearest hone-poud.
i'.MMI MKN.or-WAU ("OMI.VfJ
NEW YORK.
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WHAT IMIK ITMKAMt
o
liie interest in the .Spanish gunboat
excitement recrived frerli Impetu from
th receipt by the government of Infor
mation t the elF-ct that dx Spanish
men-of-war were really on their way 10
Ne York This fully .ubitanUted the
tfttcmant which appeared in the 'Her
ld' of yesterday. Therource from which
the government receired Ita information
ha not been madeknown, but It is deem
ed entirely trustworthy. Numerota were
he conjectures In nftlcial circles as to the
object of such ft Urge number of war ver
mis belonging ton foreign power.muklng
Mnlr appearance In American water.
That their destination should b New
York Jmt at this particular tlmo, too, wts
calculated to exclto xtipiclon, if not
.nlnrm. Tho news was confined to a lim
ited circle, and officials wtre very retl
:eut on the rubject, only looking wise
when questioned closely as to tho object
of the Spanl.-h fleet. "No matter
nhat they may b after; we will take
care of them," mi id one otllcial, with a j
detUutiiodof theliead. "And," headd '
ed, "If tht.v go outllng up any cepprs
they'll itet more than thoy bargained
for." Tno Sp'inlardi uld there watt no
barm intended that tho ships were only j
coming up from Cuba for repair nnd to
convey the mosquito fleet to Its desliua.
tlon In case of their surrender by our au
thorities. Tho "big" fleet or Spanish 1
vessels, they euld, would camo and go ns
quietly and peaceful a pleamro yachts. '
It wns Insisted, however, in ome qunrt
erf that tho Spanish llentment bu-tnes5, 1
and that h was coming to Now York to 1
releaso th Spanish guiibonta bv force, If !
nencnary. Many officials wero of the
onluion that under
tho circumstance?, 1
... .1
do a sort 01 menace, a uirem uucuucu iw
overawe our govarnmoni.
Whatever may bo tho object of the
vliit of those vesselB, It is ovldcnt that
our government is not disposed to giro
them too much credit on tho score of
good Intentions. Tho Spaniards may
lie as harmlef-s as doves, hut tho govern
ment will uudoubtlyacton the priuciplo
of "forewarned Is foroarmod "
It In said that the young Irish prlef-t
who furnished '.ho brains of tho insurrec
tionary moremout at Red rivor, is a
young man named O'Donohue, a student
or novitiate attached to BMiop Tache'a
establishment, ut Ht. Boniface, nlinut
twenty-two years of age, a man of abil
ity, education and great determination.
whilo the caso or tho gunuoate was under ! of tha i,uue Hhoro and Michigan hjoiith
adjudication in tlie courts, tno preaeiico t urM railway, in East Toledo, In which a
of s many vessels of war belouging to ! carponter in the employ of tho road,
R,..iln In Mm l.url.nr nfStaw York MOIlIll I named Loills Hillk, WHS Itlllod ill a most
Spain in the harbor of Ntw loric u d j ,,UtrMI,,nB ,, m'rM man(.r. ji0 waa
WEDNESDAY
-George Wilkes is cniiAdont that Louis
Napolem and VI?or Emanuel will bo
I
In thoir respective graves within six
month, and tht.t there will bo, 'onss-
quent theroon, a grand upheave! of
dynasties, with war accompaniment
Hut then, George lias been betting on
(tin wrnnr. nlta Intel v. nurLlroiinrl V it) the
J imrcR0lnont uM,
I
sicofjKErr; cask or jiydho-
PHOJtlA.
IVittli M orn tlf M in or a Z1m Ilntr Three
-.outli l'rrr nut.y.
t If off. tit !.iiLg'.r&
Kj ; ni,.vr.!.-, "ot,
On Thursday our city win the tceno ol
ouu of ttio-40 lltnirL-reii'JlUh' oucurtenccn a
death by hydrophobia. Tho Victim
was a young man by tho nr. tno ol
John Alexkuuur. son 0J Mr. J. W. Alex
ander, who formerly kontu confectionery
on Limeitono street, between Main and
dhort. Tno particular of the ad case
are most distressing.
The vouutf uiuu had been bitten bra
rabid dotf an long ago a& the night of tho j
I'Ulh of last August. Whlio walklug 1
along Third street u dog ran out of an
1 Ml(.v tt!l(li without even a premonitory
liiirL'. xili'iiltv lull llnri'i'lv cl7,'il lilm
by
the calf of the leg, b'llng clear througti
the boot. Air. ilcxaudtT nuueeeded In
kicking nim on, nut ne came a:uim
again and bit hie hHiid, the teeth meet-
1IIK I'll'UKll lb. 11V JIU JlUk ntlWtl 1.1. htJV
i .... I. .K l I I .. Ml t.l .!.. L ....... .1 . ,1... i
lime ll.ai'tho dog win mad. lie sought
proieioliul inJvice, tut was asitred oy
the physician thathowaain no danger.
Thencratehus aud woumls healed quick
iy, and lie thought no tuoro about the
matter until last Tuenday night, when,
uiter being iiiitiateJ" a member of tho
A.ihlaud l.oilije of1Goou Templars, he
experienced, on taking a drluk of water, 1
a uixst sin JLlur and unpleasaut feellui: In
ui.i lhto.it, bu: hu aouu got over It. Jiu .
' was troubled with nothing more un-
! ilea.-ant until AWdnesduy tt'teruoon ai
about lour o'clock, when 011 again at
(emillUl to lliKe glaS Ol Water Ue
louuii iibtoui'i iiwiu.ii... I . "fJ , Wuisii, who Is quite un oiu man, mlod
, mediately Mi.pecied thecaUseof his sick-, hlH f00tmg nnd lell Into the vat Q nnhiti
ue.-s nnd determined to lully tt It. iio Immediately rushed to thorescuean.l elr.
tried to force water lulo hla mouth with ,m uy tlie si,Uler,', but Walsh, fran
a fp..on, Lut Ills arm gavo.a spasmodic tio Wtll p;iln H,.ze(J Qultilrtn by tin legs
ijeiU, neiidiug the -P"io; Hying through j HlKi .jnium.,! i,,n headforeiuoM Inlo the
! tho air, ami lie lell hack iiiiuerve and , boiling caldron. Mr. Graves and Krank
I uiid wild and M'li. both irom the euecu 1 ,,,, ,.,,.i,.ou,w nt Hi.. ,..i.hiUhm..nr
. .. ' i.i . ... .1.1. 1. it.. .i... 1....
,f the malady and the horrible cenalnty . hearing the shrieks of irerlng, extrlcat
ol his rapidlj approach ug lute. , cd tlem ,rom tl;u Vat as eoon as possible
he win t on II ud to h. bed all . cdnes- 1 ntHj nuti b doro life was extinct. Both
dio night. Un thur-' uy morning e , weio liorrloly ncaldec. Qumlan was en
got rapidly wnr-e, and continued to suf I Ure y Mubmerged, aid when his clothing
ier ijiu.-u mrrioiy 1111 me huh mi nir
death. The ug.iuy lieinuured 110 word..
can describe, und tho phynlclaus alleuw
I ilk' him said uls wuru the mont tearful
fitillerlng th' ever IjhO wltneered. ll
uowled ami, sr'trjed auu barked hked a
log. He nera'iolled add olawtnl at the
ued clothing until It wa almost torn to
xhreds. Jspasms and i.ouvuisioiH kuo
ee ded each other, racklui; his tortured
tiody and caUMlui; lu.n to fuarn at the
f mouth like a wild and rabid animal, and
' III hi frenry the reln would eve Jittf
I they would hurst, -ti.d li would b-irk
and cough as thotiuh 1 : luugs woulo be
. forced up, an l Mood WnUid ;Uih 111
' -iri'ums irom bin mouth and no-trlls.
The bed 011 which he was held down
by ttroug men u.it st ira ed through
and lliroiu'li wltli the crimson stream
Sirttuge to say, hu was conslous mist
, of the tlm and , devoted and relfcaerl
llciug, lielirmly luslted that none of lit.
aironiciug and vveepiu relations, should
1 oe allowed to c imu near him, as ho was
afraid he might Injure Hum ills fath
' or , wuo had been absent, arrived n Jit
1 tie lieforo his death, but on being told
thatliA had coum he exclaimed, "Don't
I let him sij me."
About two o'clock his sulfcrings
I became eyeu more Intenffilled, and he
4jreamcd and shrieked. Water! walor!
turce it down me! Oh death! hurry,
hurry.'' His atfetiduut physicians, who
' had done all in their power to alioviato
1 his siillerlngs. again administered chlo
roform most copiously; and Its soothing
and palu-deadei.lug i-U'ects came with
tiirlco-blesed power, breaking the force
r the last frarlui moments or sutlerlug,
nod tho unforiuuuiu victim of that most
horrible of all maladies, hydrohpobla,
escaped fvnin Ills Jtorairor at .1 quarter
pal two o'cioou 1 uesday atternoon.
Mr. Alexander' was only nlntecn years
old ; had lately Joined the Baptist
l Church, and was known ns an excellent
and industrious young mair. Ho fre
quently pointed his linger heavenward
i just before iio died, and declared hla do
1 slro to be at rest. Hla Invalid mother
, and all Jils stricken family hnvo the live
ly sympathies of this entire community.
.
nuz:rtnsLK acciip.xt.
a si an' naiii.r.n to ukatii.
;l'roui the Toleda'BlaileNor'.tU'l
Yesterday forenoon, about 10 o'clock,
till uw
an accident occurred at tho stock yarr'a
cn,.Htfod in building a new yard lor re
oeiving stook, and at the flmo mentioned that mctimcnical simply signlrloj "gen
Was in thonctofaiwlngoirthoend of a feral." Tho word, however, i.i derived
hoard which projected ovor tho railway 1 from Iho Greek noun ofAoiwieuo, mean
track, and which ho had just nallod to ing tho "inhabited world," which waa
the frAino of tho narrow passage way . used by tho ancient llollenes to designate
connected with tlie yard, through which j their portion of tho earth, its opposed to
the animal nrn driven juto tlie cars. , barbarian lands. Later it became tho
In pawing the hoard, rlltiK stood on ino
track, whloh runs ho near tlio end of tho
passage way that tliero is only a few
Inehoi ofsimco beiwcen Iho sahLond
and tlie side of a our whim one passes on
tho t,raU. At this tlmo the curs near
the yard were being Rhifted about by an
enu'ine. In order to nuiko up a train.
O110 of tho oars was sont over tho track
on which Hlnk was standing, by what
1 railroad men call a "running switch, "
which means the running of a car past a
1 certain switch by disconnecting it from
tho englno after being set in rapid
EVEN JNG. DECEMBER
'motion. The train men had provlomly
. cautioned Hlnk about standing on tho
I tracl:, and they wero not uwuro that ho
wua doing, ho at tho moment Mio car
i wtii reienred from the cnclnc. Tho re
, suit was tho unfortunato man was
caught between the end of the pa-saue
way and tho side of the moving ear. Hi
- body wtt not only jammed within tho
nnBnllMtiliIA llfll tt fllfftit fit ll & 1 . i
" ..i X . i.. .7' '
11 wasroiitju nuiu niuu i"niu tu emiru
i WUllti 01 mo Cim 01 1110 passage way uo
I fore it was releaser1.
' c68 brokothc bone in the upper natt t,i
' Illuk'a body, and bruisM the flesh
I shockingly, and though itr,as cufflclent
I to prod u co mutant death, he wai found,
I to bo brt-aJhlny when t.io train men
1 came to tho scene, which as Jtnmedi
' at-ly alter tho uccidi-nt
The uucon-cloUH man was conveyed
1 to a, neighboring hou-r- quickly
as possible. An englno was ficuMo tno
depot on thiazide of the riyer,, for Ur.
Jono- who reached Ihi houc to which
Mr. Hink had been carried, In a biief
apacy of time, but tho latter hud already
1 expired. The decea-ed
WOn ftDOUt -i-j
wui in clfjve-
veura of auo. IIIh home
I land, to which place the body was -ent
( on lant evening' train.
1 ,
iroitKIRLE ACCIDENT.,
TUOMn.l FA I.I. I.STO.A'.VAT OJ' noil..
1XO XV ATtf.lt.
I'rcrr. I. lau imle Joitrctl. Nor. n
I y(
I o.j,
Yesterday morning, between 7 and S
ck, u uistres;iug ucciuent oucurred
, -f nnrir.mtoiMn,' oiiihiihmr.n' nf n
W. Thoruas & Co., No 603 Udst Milii
street, which resulttu .11 tho death of one j
man and dangerous, if not fatal Injuries 1
10 auoiuer.
Inthe trying-room" of the establish
ment there Is u large vat three or four
feet deep, six or eh;lu feet wide aud ten
feel lonx.. Into which the refuse water and
1 oil is drawn from the tanksnftcr th" lard
has been drawn oil Jurthc purpose ol be
ing nklmmed. Two of the tanks of boil
ing water uud oil bad been emptied, when
the foretn in called to Kdward Walsh and
Dennis Qululln, "skimmer," who were
iitanding near the edge or the vat, to get
out of thv way This they attempted to
,!,, hut ll.,.tl1...r hlnoirrMiiv i.riil h Ini.orv I
- j -i i-v -
WUjl rcmOVeil
nearly every purticle ol
iill ,,mi, u Tho men wero remov
a 10 aiimner pari or in uuiiuiug, urs. 1
Kuapp and Miadburn sumtnoned, and
everything loi(t; thai could be to uliovl
te tueirsutrerlugs, after which Q ilnlun
wan removed to III re ddenco mi Hjo
o.ivk, Oeiween lirecKitinnge uuu tiiiiiii-
(on. and Walsh to his homo
on AIu.ii,
between Breston uud JtiCKron. Q'lluliii
lingered In great agony until llveo'olook
lat evening, when iti-uth camo In his re- ,
lief Walsh was Jiving In a critical con- I
djtlon lust uncut, and as he Inhaled Iho
ntoam. hi; recovery considers I doubt-
ftil Both were sieady, luduntrtous men,, j
and had families dependent upon thum. 1
rhelremploer', Men.-rs I'lioman & Co., '
did ercrythiti,; in their power to mill
gato their iiU'eriiig.s calling In medical!
aid, aud sparing nothing that would
tend to their relief. They also fiiriili-hed
money to the atllictod families, and will
defray tho expense:! of t:i funeral of '
Qoiulun.
There were many rumor afloat yester
day as to the cau.-e ol the jcoitieut, hut
we are Mitlsfled, from the statement of .
Mr. Franklin, the only eye-witness, that
the accident waa caused olely by tho :
carelciwieps of tho unfortunate men In ;
approaching too near tlie vat while It I
wa being tilled, and tho Insecure, footing, '
rendered doubly insecure by tho clouili
of steam from it, which prevented them
from seeing their vJyy clearly. 1
JIIOTS t.S .1f.HsAfj)TPIl.
llilrtrrit JUnrK U.ll.xl In a mtiir!urr '
In nullonrr nmil.v Itlut it H i.
uiina In r 111 1 U'utrr VMllry.
The tritible In MisNfippinre Increiifi- j
ing Tho citizens o Water Valley wero;
very much alarmed last nlghtat reported j
threats of negroes to burn tho town nnd j
a cummltteo went to Grenada after ,
troopi. General Pennybacker neiit them
late last night. Yesterday afternoon a
reriouii riot occurred ut It I noiu, on tho;
Otitrul railroad, between blacks ami .
whites, during which some fifty shots
woro fired, but, fortunately, no 0110 was j
hurt. Courier were sent to Grenada for
troops, but they wero ab-ent at Water ,
Valley. At last accounts further trouble '
Wns Imminent.
'I lie Grenada 'Sonllnol' of Saturday i
innilrm f.lm rioorlt'(l fit-lit betwfoo thn
'whites and blacks in Hunllower county, 1
tno totttuniay previous, ouihik which :
thirteen of the latter wererepried killed,
and says that Com bnh, tho leador tif tho
blacks, has been arrested by Iho mill- ,
tary. ami Is now in Jail. Some eight or I
ten citizens ulso, have been arrested.
The exact meaning of tho word (Ron- t
menicul lias recently ueoomn 1110 uui'jecl
of dNimte. The general idea prevails
appellation or 1110 -ivoiuau umpiro,"
and nersons who ml (ion to the prliuatlvc
meanings of words, and will not admit
secondary senses, contend U'tit an ovju
monlcal council cannot now bo held,
Tho ilrst councils, it la contended, wero
meetings of tho bishops of tho Human
empire, nnd wero presided over by tho
reigning oniperor or Id representative.
In the Now Testament, uikumCi Is em
ployed to denote Iho "Kluudom of
Ihrist," anil in this seuso may be uppro.
prlately applied to n consultation of the
ontlro liousiihold of faith.
J. iStiO
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Forwarding an 1 iJonIl)i 'I 'rdian
AND
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AKeofhn forrcr euitomr. tho of t
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AKI
iMjiortcJ Ale
So. Ouio Levee,
laCJJ'Ufil'
Ulirerent Kindt.
Cairo, Illlnoi
RcA. ETATL DROKERS, ETC.
Q W I NsSTON,
tSuecar to John Q. nrma A Co.,)
RC.VL ESTATE AGENT
1Kb
nitys andtMU Real Kmto pnys Ttir.furnlnhfK
Atwiraauof Tlllr. nrtj)riAren COMryncii of U
aiii. omcc.No.74H.I goor;hlo Levi. nttt
J OH N W. TROVER & CO., '
Real Estate, Bond and Stock Broker.
Will attend fo tho pftymcnt of 8U!c,'CiuntT nnd Clt
ttixrr, and nil tinmen pcjlainlai u, . CJK.NEfU.i
riKUXKRAOE.
KtoiiTH rirnKKT, itconddoor rem Com. Ate.,
iL-ci'l'iJidtf l Cnlro, 111.
PAINTEIW MAl'EKlALd.
, F. PAHKER. B. T. JII.AlCK.
pARKER&BLAKK,
la
WHITE LEAD, ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND P'JTTY
Hniilie, Wall Inp r nnil VlntfTr
Nlinilrt.
T. OHIO r.KVF.E.
.CAlllO. ILL
WOOD.
JP M. WARD,
DnAi.nrfiN
IT X 223 ""CC" O O X3 ,
prftHirrd to fid ordpr Proinnllv nd satmf.uitonlT
"Itiitllr MH ,lUnnd hivti
il.at. .... .. ... I 1. .
.11 wr uvri tan ami nivkory iiffwi
iiUnnd hickory ilrfwiKid.
i.cstm iirrfcrs nt Hulea'
old atitnd, nr
st th pnt-
p7tf
IIUPA
Yyooui WOOD 1 1
J. VT. T U It N E II
Isprtpirei tofu.-amh
G-oocl ZSvxcl Wood.
t prke which ltfy comjwtition, und alo U
I Deliver In nj- uri. or tlie City,
)n b fhft44l ntlei
ardr-aoD !' .t Hnlia' croecrj, Loner
aouftf HUst'' B01' wudiid Itoacti' Krocory.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
A..
IIALLKY.S CJJARTKR
fAIC
STOVKHTORK
C'ojiper, Tin mid Slicot IroH
Ak'lUG WA SHI HQ TO A' A VKSVK,
lAtor tho MivrVt t Hoitte.)
IvaoflBR, OuttKrlns, Hpoiitlng knd fltmbot Wort
ion.' In it nt
Mm.
i.ad nvtMUntinJ uiAuofr, nt .fiott no
Uocl'eitf
GROCECERIES, LIQUORS.
1 1). WILLI A.M SON.
inroiiEHALE OEtociiie.
ntUllt'OK ANH COMMISSION
1VC 33 B. O XI A W T,
So. n Ohio Ltxte, Ctilro, 111.
speilnntifn B Tnloooniinmcnt nd r.tliai?
'.rde. Wmsi'P
O SMVTJ1 & CO.,
it noLJ-.NALf: ;mn:i:us,
OHIO LHVni - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
AlkoepieoniMatiy on iiuid fc mrl rompUie
tok of
I.iaUOIlN, WHISICUCS.
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISK) , OIN
I'ort, 3Imlelr, Sherry mill Ctnrli
wisxrg3g.
ut, tui.nr ro
7. HIED J CO S CELERRA TED V'ULEtr
ISO ALE.
Wo NI laelsiitel) 1? CASH, to htch e tnT,t the
tttenlion uf elnm cli l.uyrri.
0inr,ml Mtintion paid to filline ordeii.
diriik,or
UK WARDS.
T REWARD.
Kor lh return of my tmnlimr don "lliilr,'
lie li
ft bliick, with LUll.li wfiituou tlie lire-tit.
f 11. twin
Cittro, N -r. s:th, 13C1. tttl J
TUN lfT,LAICH mVARI,
Will K paid fornnr Inlorm.nlon vrhleh will lead tr
tl.e rn"T,-r)- of ne (l) lrf;e Mt-mlxat Ml, whloh it
xiipponod to lito lx.'-n nolmi from I lie Hough A
Keadr engine holiii. n thmt-ity, btttfeon the 17Ui
mid-.Vd of Norenibcr. Sltl bell will welgli from Sw
lc h) ll. nd lm one ildeof the yolie broken, &ml
furnii-rly belmiBed to the Httuniier "houliiuna."
(I. II. lilUIRI.KV. )
CIIAS F..SEI.1,IS. VOirneri.
noitst i
URNITURE. '
g S. HARlU-n7lV
ESII.1.1 l
3F,TJ3E5.KTI,!E,XJH.EI
tlneeusfrnre', Bnr Fixtures, (Hasawnre.
In
nouHJi ruiiMnm.vonooDH,
No. 186inl J67,Cem.AT.
mirlldil
I CAIRO .(LU.

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