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llI.lMlir.il II V JOHN II. OUKRI.Y A CO.
M. II. HAIIIIV.M., ASHOCIATK KDITOU.
h'RIDAY, DECEMBER ill. IBca.
Ibor Brothers can't bu undersold
"well sclented Block of Juvonllo anil
"Books ut Rockwell & (Vs. tjl
laska Candy ami Strawberry Ieo at
to P. Nod's for the most fashion
ligostura Bitter's, W. II. Sohultcr
lament, Cairo, Illinois, oo -5 2m
icliarit Henry's lurgo stock of h.ird
k cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
11)0 bold without regard to co.t. tf
UiihIiicmii llnimc litrllriil.
ml eligibly situated business house
8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, U
lent. Apply on tho prcmuos.
mice candies iiH c. per ly (mix it
iMelf) until January 1st ; common
111 cm cheaper. Canned and dried
Is , nml all knurs of groceries very
mat .1.) H. Phillips', opposito now
lorn House. 2df
L Henry Harris will open his Iioiiro to
liatronage of the public onNewYoar's
liilng, with a grand free lunch, at 10
Ick, to which everybody invited
restaurant and furnished rooms will
loady in a few days. . 2t
Michael Marnel, representing tho
I lew of tho Cairo, 'Bulletin' will wait
i our patrons to-morrow, with tho
ler's sccnii4 annual address. Wo
II not Hay more to secure him a wol
loin every otllce and homo in tlio
llio completes! stoch of gentlemen'!
IiIhIiIiil' l'ooiIh In the city , Is to bo
bid at Miller and Miller's. It would
It rcmarkablo want, Indeed, in this
that they cannot nallnfactorlly supply
lite very lowc.it figures ruling in tho
label Brothers havo handsome Hull
holograph AllitiuiH from 25 ueuls to
MX) each nt Hock wol I fc Co's. Jl
in Thursday, December 27, 16G9, Mich'
Edward, Infant son ofM. E. and El-
Power, aged two months..
I'uncral leaven Stono Depot, nt ouo
pock to morrow (Saturday) January
1ST0. Prosesslon will leave the hoiihe
for good titling clothing ready mado
made to order, go to P. Ned', No 70,
Ilo Levee. tf
Ilo see Taber Brother' Bohemian
rhorwnldscu's Celebrated HaH Reliefs
iho Four Reason f, Night ami Morning
II lock well Co's. tjl
flaw you fltcu theAla!ka boots? They
the most comfortable boot In use For
lo at P. Xcd'H no 70, Ohio T.c-vee. tf.
'I .H- Hull Tu-Mxlil.
Ilverbody Is going to tho Hough and
lady ball to-night at least everybody
lio goes to balls at all. Thero will bo
houso full, and If any body
tin to onjoy himself or her
U, (ho fault will not bo with tho
atingcincnt. Alt tho details have
leu carftilly looked after, and nothing
Its boon left undone, tho doing of which
fiuld contrlbtu to the plrasurc.s of tho
Icaslnn. Take your wife, your dtiugh-
lr or your Hwcoiicart, una go; uuu
Ii co there you will bo sure to partial
CJol 1 Is down, and so are the prices of
Iibcr Brothers' elegant bijouterie
"Glovo-Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes.
I;wel Canes, Card Cases and Lady 'h Com-
iinion at kockwoii co's. tjl
ioli Ilrnctlet I.o,
I A cold IiIiiko bracelet with mlnhituro
liso, was lostyoBtenlay afternoon, prob
Jiy in ino upper part or tlio city. T in
Inder will bo nmp!y rowardod by ieav.
iig it at tins oiiico. at.
Tho New Year's numbers of all tho
Iopular family magazines, papers and
erlodlcals may ho found In treat abun.
lauco upon tho countprs of Messrs. "V. U.
Kockwell & Co. For n supply cmbraelnir
Tlio llrlght Side,' Jan'y. 1 : "ilurner's
lia.ar," Jan'y. S: "Chlmnoy Corner"
lamo dato, "Kvery Saturday," Jan'y. 1;
tnu "roiico iSows," Dec. 30, wo confess
urselves under duo obHL'allnns. in
vorth tho whllo to dron luthrro limt
Io inspect tho beautiful, chasto und life
rrabor li rotherslakonlonfliirA 111 ftFjilifisf
L'oods if you don't buy.
First class day board i,
k'cured at Walker and BIhhmx' fnr
Er, por week. Tho bill of fare consists of
f tho best In (he market, served by ex-
yuri caterers in an unoxceptlonablo style.
Tho largest stook. of ovor nniii in
pity, oi 1, Fed's, No. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
Kent' undershirts 'and drawers, and In
fact everything In Gent's unilerwear.no
law Hint ll .i ... V
mii ii. uoea not jook JlKo buying
V an. it la more llkd giving thorn
a. JiKxt irAitnsniP.
A Cnlro itonimi Vlctlinlzcit iiml Iin
Several weeks ago Mrs. lircitzman, a
vory worthy Oermon lady, for years a
resident of Cairo,took passagoon a Mom
phis packet for tho purpose of Joining
her husband who had, sometime previ
ous, embarked In business in that city.
En route for that city alio wus accosted
by a htranger who was Intimately ac
quainted with tho business affairs of hor
husband with whom ho declared ho had
formed a co-partunrahlp. Ho took Mrs.
15. to the deck of tbe boat and pointed
out to her two or three boxes of goods
which ho said were his, and after fully
lucratiatlug himself into tho woman's
conddcuco ho painted n present press
Ing call ho had for tho uso of tlireo
hundred dollars, which, strangely
enough, was within a few dollars of o very
cent Mrs. 11. had about her person. Ho
seen red tho money, and, at tlio nex
lauding, left tho boat. Mrs ii. was not
long in 'arriving nt tho conclusion that
slio hu4ooii "sold," but thinking the
goods too villain had left on tho boat
.would, In n. measure, ro-iraburso her,
sho took them in charge, and on tho
boat's arrival at Memphis, had them
convoyed to lior own houso.
Twoorthroo weeks afterwards a cnuplo
of Jews arrived in Memphis In search of
goods that had been stolen from them,
nnd dually found them In tho potscsMou
of Mr. and Mrs. Breltzmnn. It was In
vain that Mrs. II. told how sho came In
possession of them; she and her husband
woro seized, and being strangers In
Memphis, were thrown Into prison to
await trial for grand larceny. Theso
facts coming in tho knowledge of somo
of our citizens, steps wero taken to vin
dicate tho Innoccnco of the accused which
wo hope, may prove successful. Mr. and
Mrs. II. aro honest, industrious, and
would utarve before they would steal
even a loaf of bread.
Jt looks to us very much as if tlipV'con
ddonco'' scoundrel was a confederate of
tho parties who appeared to claim tho
goods. Our suspicious may do innocent
men great Injustlco; but a littlo can vat-slug
of tho whole transaction will lead
almost anybody to tho same conclusion.
Tabor Brothers will give money or goods
for old Gold and Sliver.
Checkers, Chess, Cribbage Hoards, Dice
and Dice Cups at Rockwell & Co's. tj
Chill Cure "It never
Tim ,w Yr.
Begin it right, by buying, for cash,
of J. II. Melcalf, No, 332 ond 331 Wash.
A v., who has enlarged hotn house ond
stock, und Is prepared to supply custo
mers with the bctl of oil kinds nf staple
and fancy grocorlos, queonswaro, crock.
ery, glassware, table and pocket oulltry
All kinds of salt dsh, green, dried, and
canned fruits, pickles, cider, honey, syr-
upi, tcry fine teas, codecs and sugars
choice table and co iking butter always
on hand. In short, everything usually
kept In a first plass grocery; besides all
which, will ho sold at tho lowest figures.
.New Yrir' Kc Hall.
Tho Rongji and Jleaily Firo company
havo determined to give a ball In Wash
Ington Hull, on Now Year's eve, and in
perstiauco of that determination arv now
perfecting all tho needful arrangements.
The assuranco Is given to tho public that
the ball shall bo one that will rellpctcredlt
upon tho company, surpassing in the
completeness of Its details all formvr re
unions of a UkQ character. ,
llOUKKT UlUIIACU, CUIUS: OltTlf,
Committee of Arrangetnoiifa
-7 - : Deo Teod 2wj; ,wd
a ntiijii'r ri;m:wai itcuvi urn.
Notice Is hereby givon to all merchants
saloou-koepers, draymen, and all other
persons in torastod, that theio must bo a
promjit compliance with tlio provisions
of tho ordinanco requiring a renewal of
licenses on tho 1st day of January, 1870.
On and after the Cth of January, nil por
sons who shall have failed In this rctpect,
will bo promptly prosecuted, tlio pollco
of tho cltj having been specially charged
to proceed, without further notice, to tho
prosecution of all who may then bo de
Jon.N II. OnintiA', Mayor.
Attest: John Bkown, City Clerk.
December, 16C9. dlw
Nelf'a Is tho placo to buy your Shirls.
He has on hand a magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For In
stance all wool tlannel shirts, ouo dol
lar and a quarter each well madotf.
I. .1 . Mi
Tlio finest stock of Bllver-nlated-Waro
In the city at Tabor Brothers'.
(Jame, Toys, and Home Amusements
a t Itock wol 1 ' Co'b. i n
Tho stock of'fcilk hata at Miile. & Mill-
er's comiirises tho very latest styles and
the finest make o( tho season, ,7'ha
variety Is very great, tlio atodk lafgo.
ami prices havo been regulated tp, har
monize wuu mo times, call In and ex
amine. ,. -. ,.,-., . tf
Taber Brothers ca'ii't6II':you 'wna'ts
o'clock." , .
Do' you want a stylish Untj NefPa Is
the. placo and tho only nlacd to dhd
them, of all tho latest fashions and lii
great abundance. JJls stock. In thJlnp,,
cannot ho equalled in Cairo. tf.
Jfrw Vcnrd No Porter Tfl-niorrow.
"Wo wish our patrons, ono and all a
happy .Now Year." During a period of
two days nnd a quarter, closing at tho
moment of writing, wo "cudgeled" our
poor brain fora HUbslituto for tho quoted
expression. It has been: worn thread
bare by long and persistent use, h com
monplace, yet, who can invent a phrazo
moro telling and appropriate? Not tre:
Ho "wo wish our patrons, ono and all,
(and everybody olso by tho way This'ls
original) a happy Now Yoar." May
peace, prosperity and happiness attend
them tho live-long year; may all their
laudable designs bo crowned with suc
cess, their bones escapo aching, and 'fall
their paths be paths of pleasantness" or
words to that effect. As for ourselves,
Intending to dovoto the day to tho forma
tion pf new resolvesj.to Vatlu'f? tilings"'
and to general ''physical Inaction, wo
shall publish no paper. The next 'Bul
letin,' therefore", will make its appear
ance on Monday evening, January 3d,
Sccdic&s Ilalsins at Bristol &Btllwcll'd.
Taber Jlrothers manufacture any arti
cle of Jowelrytcslred.
Willing-Desks, W'1:'Jiocfl and Port
folios at Kockwell & Go's. ' ' tjl.
j , i i.a. '
Tho Cdntlhcntal Is tho only cook stovo
with ulliiing oyon doors., , Warranted in
all respects, l'ltcher & Henry, ut 102
Conitncrcial tivouuc, cor. 12th street.
Kill I by ihe AelttHtal
charKe of a Jnn,
Many of our readers will call to mind
the colored man named William Ham
ilton, who during the Hummer ond Fall
rmlstod Mr. McIIaloin tho management .
of tho calaboose. Ho was an industrious
rid entirely trustworthy colored man,
and for that reason was employed by
Messrs. Rearden and Carroll to assist in
tho performance of d timber contract,
concludod by Col. Boanlen with certain
up,, river bridgo bulldor. On
Clirlittnss cvo Hamlltou loft hLs
workjA -near- Unity,- intending
to huut )ils way into town, for that pur
jlole borrowing Col. Rcnrdcn's shot gun.
When Within six or eight miles of tlio
oity ho caught his foot in such a iniiitair
asto'cauo liim to fall violently to tho
crouud. Bv somo moans, which wo aro
unable to oxplaln,: fio'muzzlo of liogW'
waa thrown against his abdomen
and tho eutlro contents of ono of. the bar-'
rels lodged therein, inflicting a terrible
and mortal wound. Word of the aceidont
reaching Col.Ilearden ho procured a team
and caused tho wounded man's removal
to tho 'hospital, whero ho lingcrsd in
great agony until last night, when death
IlrUlul fc Mllltrctl, )'Knillj- (iroccm.
Have made ample preparations for tlio
Holidays In, their Hue, ut whoso houso
No. 32 Eighth street, may be found at
prices to mvet the time, choice green and
vannrt friutt, foreign and domestic dried
fiuitg, uAtlrd gwda, mUt, tkatcs, canfic-
tionitry togt, and otheri of lcmtt and
They will mix their own candies. Tho
new und celebrated Alaska Condi can
bo had of them.
Notice Tabor Brothers dvo.per ceut of
sales to Sisters Hospital.
Gent's calf boota only 3 7C, at P. NefPs
No. 79, Ohio Loveo. tf.
( .Elegantly bound Books for tho Holi-
s' at Hv. B. Rockwell & Co., OS Ohio
Tho Public schools will ' re-open on
Monday) when all tho pupils should, If
possible,' bo In their places.
The High wchool buldlng has been
supplied with a bell, which will ring out
Its first uotico to the youngsters nt half
past 8 o'clock Monday morning.
Poultry for tho Holiday's at Bristol &
Crandall's and Hill's, Alphabet Blocks
at Rockwell & Co's. tjl.
Taber Rrothers, still alive.
P. Rlelly - having determined to close
out tho balanco of his coods at tho
carljest possible moment, will honco
forth sell auythlngou hand ArcosT,ANU
LESS TJUN COST! tf
We will. give flto percent, of our sales,
till tho 1st of January, to tho Orphan
Asylum nnd llvo per cont. to tlio Sisters'
Hospital. Our books, nt all times, open
to Inspection of Treasurers of theso Insti
tutions. TAI1EU DllOTHEUS.
H..w lo t'ommetife the New Year.
(lo to Millor A Miller's, and supply
yourself with, ono pf thoso elegant suits
Which they aro soiling at prioos that
astonish compotltora, fio' forget tho
lmt7 underwear, nor the Soso nor neck
tie. Thus equipped, you will feel so
comfortable that you will enter with zeal
upon tho lfECplng of your new resolu
tions, ancUwill Jook' so respectable that
you will bo gladly weloomod into tho
best circles of socbqty, uler (emalp.
Trylt, Thoro fa iio mistake about. it-
Miller's suit have aiKeluvatliiir.
chrlstlanlilugoirect upon 'tho wearers.
, dec p d 1 w . . ,
Wanted , . T ,
'IVonty L'oodjOlidiiDors and .raftr.
Hvhlte or colore, ppjy before tho o(
ueo. kv U3t. Wi . Wjiwams, ,
Insinuation of Olllucrn, liiui'iuut, 'loaiilM
Tlio Instttllatlon of -tho ,odlcers, elect
of tho Cairo Commnndcry nt rhd Ht.
Charles hotel on Tuesday evening hut
was, wo hear, an occasion of muciriih'bw,'
gaiety and genuine onjoytn'ont. Sir
Knights nnd their ladies wero present
from Mound City and Ceutralia, swell
ing tho numherof participants to about
Bovonty. " "
When tho hour of 10 o'clock arrived
tho ceremonies of installation hod been
concludod ond the party was gathered
about tho festlvo board which was so sot
as to form across. 'Sir 'KnlghttllevV O.
H. Foote Invoking- a blosalng-upon tho
food spread beforo them, tho feruHirig
commenced, tlio BensosStyi&spQthcd,'
the whllo with delicious owy.'. i i f
jjunng iiiouisctission or tno uanquot,
the following toasta wero pronounced:
"To tho Cairo Coinmandcry No 13,
tho pioneer Commaudery of the Amer
Responded to very happily by Epil-,
nciu uommamicr, kj. ii. rooic.
"To tlio orgin and primitive object of
Responded to by Past Eminent Com-
comder, Louis Jorgonson.. Tht rcsjKiHp
of this gentlcnmn was highly, liistrtfttlfe,
and entertaining, and commanded tho
closest attention of tho assembly.
"To the Cyrcne Commnndcry, our
worthy sister, and to Hiram of .Cyronc!?
Besponded to by P. K. C, Hram4W.
Hubbard in a very felicitous ond humor
ous style, forming a jcu d csjml tha
brought down the house.
"OUK COUNTUV." , .
To thisscntlment Sir Knight, Record
er, Jns.S. Reardon responded as follows:.
Eminent cnminainlcr. I.:kllr njl Mr Knlgtit
Tho brief tlmo nllotcd to mo in which
lo respond to this toast Is not sudlcloiit.
Tim tiiointi is ouo that admits Uia largest
latitudo In' dlscusslnir Its' i;rcatiiess: Kb
pcoplo Its laws nn,!! Its manner of govprn
mont. ' ISs r.c8our6es4t prodlietlQ.'tts.,
insiituiioi'.s oi learning ami science, iu
commence and religion, witli other sub.
Jects; on uavo o claim, tor. Jiauco
snondlnir lo a tolist t6 "Our'Cbli
You mutt allow mo, then, to speai:
only of its beginning and of Itagratnoss.
Less than four hundred years ago' Chris
topher Columbus,laudod upon the shores
of North America, and erected tho drst
standard of tho cHri)ttaTf Ve11M6ifvFT0irj'
tills period we must da'tu life blrjh of put,
country, wnion nu grown to sucu gigan
tic proportion, 'and -tw-OolHiubas JJtA
must award IhfJ n?(o;dtlfpTaj8o TotMlIrst
establishing that 'rellgTods' Ilglit iaour
land which has, by slow progress, spread
oyer Itx entire limits, mid to which wo
aro indebted foxur grcatuo IM
Our country is crcat. Ills urcat In tho
cxtfcntof ha terrltorvu, It Js -gre-M ljiJtaJ
wotKicrmi rusourccHi ogricuuuro.nnu
mlncrala It is. groat In it commerce"1
and navigation. It IS Rreat'hi'rntf'ihan
ner of its Kovurnmont. for it is an asy
lum for theopprsed.o alt oUief acous
tics. It is great id lis ihlernallliiesof com
munication, transportation ami travel, it
is Krent in Its Industrial and mechanical
pursuits. It is groat in thd wisdom bf Its'
laws and Its sitcsmnn. It Is great lu Its
lakes, Its river, and iu ralLroadn. It is
great in tho dissemination of light and
knoirledgo. 11 is groat-lit its encourage
ment of industry ami education.. It is
famous for its railroad kings, stockjob
bers and gold gamblers. It Is famous for
the valor and chivalry of its mou; und
for tlio intelligence, beauty and con
stancy of Its women; It Is great in all
other things, for here, iu our country, tlio
pcoplo of oil other nations meetand liar
moulzo, and llvotogothcr In pence ench
one attending to Ills rowu, business
and allowing others to do tho same.
But tho nemo oi all Its greatness Is In tho
fact that hero In our country, all pooplo
aro allowed to worship fioil .anoordlng; to
tho dictates of their own consciences,
freo from lot, or hjudranco, by national (
Btato or ''other authority". Amf
tho Christian religion, under whoso
banner we, the Knights of tho
Rod Cro and Knight Templars have
enlisted, reigns supremo -JXO it we mtX
Indebted for our greatness, progress ami
civilization. To, It wo look forward to ,
the reuenuration 'bf (Ho vWiiynnVfoV1
that dual rQwacd. redcmntion froiu.iu.J
nnu a piaco in linn Asylum, "!i hh!h,
from wlienco no pilgrim returns.
"To tho Ladles generally, and plirtlcn'.
lariy tho wlvo?, ilnughtors and sweet
hearts of .Sir Knlghte.U -
Blr Knight Do Lancoy,of Coutrnlla, re
spouded to this toast, paying tlio better
half of creation very pretty yot'Voll'do'
Knightly friendship, over "ready Willi
a full hand nd wqr.in, heart,'.' was, re
sponded to in good voln by Sir Kulght
Henrv W. Dver. of Mound f'ltr.
Ouo of tho best', (if not ifio vory "bes't
rosnonscsof tho ovonlug was that given
by Sir Knight Jos. Lufklu to tho senti
ment "Womon." Tho goutl.e-niuiik ac
quitted himself vory liniidsomoly In
To our host and hostess" Sir night
Jowott Wilcox responded. Dancing
followed, anil iu Hs exonerating mazes
tho gay throng whirled away a fow hours
right morrlly indeed.
t a reasonably . early hour, jiu the
morning the festivities wero brought ton
clo3o. and tho party separated, pleased
oven uoiiginou witUl'tlioiciitemiUiutoiit.Ti
Brothers havo sploudld Dla
Knit Jackets, all wool, at tho actual
oost, nt P. Ned'f, No. 7t,"Ohf6i:oVJ(,
Everything iu tlio- Book and station
ory Lino can always bo found at .W.B-
Kockwoll & Co.'s 08 Ohio Loveo. , III
Co's. mtBH.K.i nauo.rolllpouv'U'WllA' ,r..r
l -v:. ... . ...A.. i V .sV AlV
P. Rlelfy" lias" aargo" "itiJok.af 'hatsT T
which will b noMmtNaw.. .York whole?, .
Ph"ll oyBtor.1, game, clo., caii always
bo secure J at Walker & Hlsson'ri res tau
rant. Nov ii tf
Heo what Taber Jlrothers Odor to do for
'tho Orphan Asylum.
,i . M . . ...
100 dozen genuino English nnd LI&Io
thread socks, nt n great reduction In
formerpriccsjiit Peter Nod's, No.79, Ohio
Beautiful Clmnnos' at W. Ii.
Well fe Co.'s 03 Ohio Levee.
Dan". Ablo, Columbus; Win. Whllo,,
Emlllo La Bargo, St. Louis; Dictator,
Louisville; St. Liikc, St. Louis; Sam. Orr;
Evans vlllo; Ironsides, St. Iouis; Hawk
cyo; Pltta; Tom Jasper, Bt.Tull).' ' ' "
Luke, Memphis; Ironsides, Pittsburg.
Tho weather was cloudy this morning'
although thosuishono out occasionally,
c Uio tomporafuro was mild.
Tho rlvor has falldrt f6nii 'Inches fllhco v
last report. ....
Business wasjj'oodyeslij.nlay, but dull
this inornfntr." "J ,u.", ."
0TijdjMl.esIIppIcontImic"o falling slow
lit tft. Louis, and tiler Is 'rtnly-'dvo
feet six Inches reported in tho chnhhcl.
This allows tho larger slcnmboais1 to'
bring vijry littlo freight. Thero Is still
nti'aundftnce, of, jvajcr; forfait lOlasscH ..
fftlly laden bsiow Cairo.
Tho oiiio'jH falling, att Pittsburg .with
tbn feet largo ifi tlio chrlutlrjl rind falling
also at Cincinnati and Loiiisyillo with,
nine feet down tho Indiana chntO over
tho falls and eleven' foot In the canal.
The Dictator has V bargo which wna
formerly used hs a wlirirf-bont nt St. Lou
is, mid 'which Is laden witli 0731 bbls
Jjp.uiifrlllo cement for St. Louis. -
Tho Cbatlueiitai' will Idliish? hen carco -
and'aenYo'for NS6t riovcnltig. - 1
.Dam Able, Cnltfmbusf Wm. Whl(e,,
iVducah; Dictator, St. Louis; Emlllo La
Bargo, N. O; Htiwhcyc; St. Louis Tom
Jasper, N.O; Ham. Orr, Evaiisvillo: St.
tholnyotto is tho regulnr Evnnsvlllo
packet tills evening.
UJThjMWhlto leaves as usual UiIb evening
The Mlflsl.ilbnllls dfio fromi St.Louls i i
with SOdchlnn'hian.4 11 " 1 ' 1 1 1 u ' ' "
Capt. Charles T. Hlndo Is agent for tlio
bUovjs boats. -
Th tJIntviinMrr. of (ha C.ura t.'It fiu (Vi.. will
.Iftko liolir thnt an fltftlon will ! Iiclil on Jlunihy,
ff.unjBrv luin. imu. ni ill- o rn ,ii ii p i.nniranr in
tho tl.y Nitlojijilll.ini: rortUn7)lrceiot nrnil lmi
my. I r r I A. TV HAlTcini, J-o'tcfjf
t (lien ri'iuli.m mi litcur:Alo
BroiriiM Bi'oiiclilal Troches
ilP w. ti)ot 'i.vAr.nMy giro Imtnnl ri'llef.
. fc p
I'ar llrniiclUlN, Asllmin, tratnriU, .'Ou
kiiniiilv nml Tin-out Dlncuwcn, idcy li.no n
m.(ii:kn as it- I'luu.ic .Mii:A,ui:itN.
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