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THE AKOUS. TIIUKSDAV, SEPTKMJJE11 28,189:3.
Porilbe4 Daily sad Weekly at 162 Secood
Arenae. Bock Island, TO.
J. W. Potter.
Tns Dally Sue per month; eKi)r H.UO
par aaaim; In advance f 1 .50 .
All communications of a critical or anramenta
Mr character, political or religions, DM aire
real aajne attached for publication. No such
aroalea will be printad over fictitious signature,,
laoysaotii eonnnn leat ion a not noticed.
CorrespondeBee solicited from every township
In Bark Island ronntr .
Thursday. Septf.m bf.r ls93.
Great complaint of a scarcity of
labor is heard in the West in sec
tions where the roads are lined with
tramps. The tramp hoards his labor
just as the miser hoards his currency.
Dealers have advanced the price
of sealskins, making the Behrinj sea
decision their excuse, which is doubt
less as good as the xciisi they would
have found had 4ie decision been
Captain Xansen hasn't taken any
alcoholic stimulants with him on his
journey toward the pole. If he finds
the pole he won't be able to smash
orer it a bottle with anything
tronyer than three' per cent.
General Antonio Kzeta, president-elect
of Salvador, denies that he
is to marry an American girl. This
is probably due to the prudence of
the girl. Quite likely she prefers
a husband with a : ady job.
The suggestion is made that in the
year 19i7 the 3' nuh anniversary of
the landing of the Kng-lish in James
town. Va., be celebrated. That cer
tainly would have been a good idea
if somebody had only thought of it
A Montreal couple have just
finished a wedding journey that be
gan a year ago and extended around
the world. It must be embarrassing
to have the honeymoon come to an
end before the wedding journey's
The rumors of disaffection in.
Peary's expedition are now said to bo
false. General Butler wanted the.
American flag to wave so far up
north that it would be mistaken for
the aurora borealis. Lieutenant
Feary is the man who means to wavq
New Jersey's boy bandits have
been spanked all around and sent to
bed. The little fellows mourn over
the inglorious end of their escapade
just now, but ten years hence they'll
be sunburnt with Mushes when they
think of their ridicuious goings on
rear Fark ridge.
When that new burglary insurance
company gets to writing policies, a
protected man will feel justified in
turning ov-er with his face to the wall
and persisting in profound 6lumber
whf-n his wife stirs him up with the
startling assertion that there are
burglars in the house. "
Of the 1,000 tourists who visited
the Yellowstone park in June nearly
three-quarters were foreigners, and
more than ha'f were Germans.
That's because people don't know
what a wonderfuj place the Yellow
stone park actually is. The park
hotel managers ought to advertise.
yuincy i!' rad.
TlnTf is jiiite an ca-icrn demand
for the appointment of I ii-n T. Cable
:f assistant s.-errlarv of state to till
the vacancy caused lv the resigna
tion of Josiali Qui new His familiar
ity with foreign affairs and diplo
matic relations make him especially
.jiir.irtied for t!ic position, and he
could lend it 1u-t'f. A- national
committeeman and as chairman of
the western can.paign headquarters
he i- acijuarited with all the workers.
The only tiling Mr. Cable m list be
careful of is t li :l t he shall do nothing
to hamper his future candidacy for
United States senator of Illinois!
We're afler s!hj!Iiv iilom B X'.."
Those are exactly the sentiments
of The Ai;it's. The democrats of
Illinois are determined to send Hen
Cable to the United States senate as
a successor to Shelby Cullom, ami
they don't want to see him side
tracked, no matter how great the in-
, .vri liner's continues to lie one of
the most readable magazines that
conies to our table.
Met 'lure's magazine is always brim
full of pretty, entertaining articles
and bright stories.
The Review of Reviews is regarded,
and justly so. as one of the standard
American magazines, complete and
fl'he Blue and the Gray, that patri
otic publication, continues to abound
in interesting reminiscences, which
bring delight to the heart of the old
ooldier anil interest the reading pub
lic. . v" a
Two important articles on "Eng
land and France in Siam," written,
respectively, by Hon. George N. Cur
zon, M. P.," lately British undcr-sec-rotarv
for India, and bv Madame
Adam,, appears in the September
unmoor oi me ioriu American re
view, among other equally readable
A an illustration of the money
paid to writers as soon as they ac
quire a reputatiot , the September
Cosmopolitan contains less than
8.000 words, for which the sum of
1,666 was paid. Lx-President Har
rison, Mark Twain nl William Dean
Howells are the tiree whose work
commands such a ;rice. A feature
of this number is a story by Mark
Twain, entitled "Is He Living or Is
The complete noxel in the October
number of Lippincctt's is "The Hep
burn Line," by Mrs. Mary J. Holmes.
It is a pleasing tale of an old Ken
tucky family, and a neglected hero
ine who comes to her own at last.
The eighth in the series of Lippin
cott's notable stories is "A Deed
with a Capital IV by Charles M.
Skinner. Other siort stories are
Poor Yorick." y Kolort X. Ste
phens, and The Pnss'n's Grip," bv
Rosewcll Page: boti are illustrated.
There are other put rtaining literarv
gems and selections.
The September issue of the Club
contains much interesting news mat
ter for club men ihe country over,
and contributes I., club literature
sketches of John Russell Young,
president of the Union League club
of Philadelphia: and John A. Ready,
president of the Harlem club of New
York. New Respon.-cs." for the
club man's ritual. bvC K. Barns. and
H.w she Waited it Him." by Mad
eline S. Bridges, are among the clev
er things in this number. Havel
Seott Mines a No contributes a char
acteristic sketch of Cherry Hill life.
The Club is h.mdsoiacly and profuse
ly illustrate I bv tin- best known art
ists, and will undoubtedly find a
place on the library table of everv
ciub man in the country.
The only White House mistress to
jH-rmit the opening if its parlors and
conservatories to thj public, regard
less of days, was Mrs. Patterson, the
daughter of President Johnson, who
is at present living in Tennessee, ami
of whom a pleasant sketch, with
portrait, is given ii. the September
La-lies' Home Journal. Mrs. Jeffer
son Davis contributes to the same
number a delightful sketch of the
widow of Stonewall Jackson, and
Alice Graham McCollin writes of
The Blind Reader :it Washington."
Mrs. P-itti I.vlo I'u'lin il.
woman who is the presiding irenius
of the Dead Letter Office. ' --Women's
Rights and Wrongs" are dis
cussed for the first time in print bv
Rev. T. De Witt Ta Image over hfs
signature, and John Lamln-rt Payne
contributes a delightful essay" on
What is Written in a Woman's
Admiral D.-.t. th- li'.liputian. v!:o w
now a cigarette .-elvi r;i.-rj 'i.t i i t" -cago.
is Miy 4S ki.h--i hi,-;. ii re
ceived a teit-T,ii;i hist Sun.L.v i::
made iiim f.-el as bi; as Grov-r CI - -land.
It was dated X 'W York an 1 r t i:
"It's a jrirl and wtighs six pon-cls.
Mother anJ'liahy doir g well."
Mrs. Dot is now w:th the parents ,.f
her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Oabri- ;
Kahn. who Pv in Xev Y"ork, and it wu
there that the baby was born. Mice
Matilda Banmach ia the trained uur
who looks after the youngster and inci
dentally after the whf le family
"The baby is 19 inches in height aiid is
perfectly formed." si e said vestta-ib
"She has dark blue eyes, dark hair $36
very small feet and hands."
In private life Admiral Dot isknuvcu
as Leoold Kahn. He was brought out
by Barnum when he was only 6 year
old, and he has been on exhibition ever
since. He is 43 inch in height, wears
a 5J children's size-'.iat, 5$ children's
size glove and No. 11 children's size
shoe. On Aug. 14, l?f 2, he married Miss
Lottie Rwartwood, wi .h whom he fell in
love while they wero both with the
Locke & Davis Royal Lilliputian Opera
company. She is 49 inches in height,
wears a 10 children's size shoe and a "i
children's size glove. Admiral Dot's
parents are of ordinary size, but it is a
peculiarity of the Kthn family that it
produces a midget in each generation.
Dot has a midget tinclo who lives in
Baden-Baden, and Mijor Atom is his
water to Sacramento
Bion in that city. T
taken from wells at
from the present city
the same distance froi
face stream or iond.
required to guarantee
wholesome water sun
water and domestic p-
A minimum of 1,00
year is to lie supplied ;
m.s for supplying
are tinder disciis-
10 water is to be
least half a m"
imits, and at least
t any natural sur-
The contractor is
"clear, sweet and
able for drinkiug
1,000.000 gallons a
11 such daily quan
000.000 gallons, as
tities. not exceeding 8.
may be required. A'
years this minimum
by the city on giving t
The water is to be di
riveted steel or iron pi
by the contractor, and
a meter. The contra
nish water direct to 1
; the end of five
may lie increased
ix months" notice,
livered through a
e, laid ;md owned
tor must not fur
he customers, and
is to have no control
.vhatever over the
"ibuting pipes or
mains, laterals, dist
water rates, which ar
the hands of the city
) to be entirely iu
Tired of s kirt.
Miss Eugenia de l'orrest, an actress
who makes her homo at San Jose, Cal.,
has received the sanction of the authori
ties of San Jose to wear men's clothes in
public, and proposes to obtain a legal
right to appear iu the same garb all over
the country. She ma le her apjiearance
on the streets of San Jose a few days
ago in a double breasted aackcoat and
waistcoat of dark material, trousers of a
striped pattern aud a derby hat of the
latest style. In her h ind she swung an
ebony cane. She says she is realizing
the dream of her life. She is tired of
skirts, and aa her stai;e appearances are
mostly in male parti she knows the
greater comfort of male attire. Sao
CARE OF TAN SHOiS.
Row the Inganloas Itottthlark Mill
Earns Hia Hlma.
When tan shoes became fashionable
three or four years ago the bootblack
stood aghast. Some of them turned
pale, bnt most of them did not because
nature debarred them from that
manifestation of apprehension. As
man after man passed their stands
with his feet shod in coverings that
did not admit of the old-time "shine,"
they believed that their rice was run.
The ragamuffin who makes his living
upon the corners is an individual hard
to down. When the second season of
tan shoes came around a new method
of polishing had been devised. It has
been amplified xmtil it has become a
As atpresent practiced by the high
priests of the art requires first a thor
ough rubbing with a damp rag; then
the application of a half lemon; then
some mysterious unguent that is put
on with the ball of the thumb, and
lastly a brown polish invented es
pecially for the occasion. This latter
is brushed with a piece of canton
flannel. Xo well-educated and self
respecting bootblack would use any
other kind. The man who is put
thnmgh this, course of ornamental
sprouts finds himself wearing a pair
of new russets, and he pays for it one
dime. As this is double the old price
the operator is happy. He has not
lost anything by the shoes whose in
troduction promised to prove his bane.
POWER OF NAILS.
Relative Grip of tba Two Kind or
The holding power of wire and cut
nails was recently investigated at the
Watertown Arsenal, and the cut nails
were shown to have a holding power
about seventy-three per cent greater
than the other class. As the produc
tion of steel wire nails now exceeds
the output of cut nails, and, as the
manufacturers of the latter claimed
for them a greater holding power, a
challenge was issued and accepted,
and the arsenal test was to decide the
dispute In fifty-eight series of tests
the cut nails came out ahead in each,
and in most cases very much ahead.
In all. 1,160 nails, ranging from one
and one-eighth to six inches in length,
were driven into spruce and pine tim
ber, and the force required to pull
them out was measured on an Emer?
testing machine. With floor nails
from two to four inches long, driven
in srruce, the resistance of the cut
nails was eighty per cent higher than
that of the wire nails; with finish
naiis. in spruce, the cut aail was seventy-two
par cent ahead, and when
driven into pine, with the taper per
pendicular to the grain of the wood,
the excess resistance in favor of the
cut nail was 13.1 per cent Even with
the taper parallel to the grain of the
wood. the cut nail afforded a resistance
twice that of the wire nail.
HIGH SPEED bRILL
The Tlniinpinsr of the tlcrtric Tool Ior
Not Uracil the Motor.
What is claimed to be an advance in'
electric mining machinery has been
introduced in England in the form of
anew rock drill. Ui on the cradle,
which is made of east-iron and is about
three quarters of a yard long, is fixed
a small motor completely inclosed in
a brass case. The motor is exceed
ingly compact and well made, to en
able it to withstand rough use. It is
wound to work at about ninety volts,
and takes about four amperes, which
Is about a half horse-power, when do
ing its wort.
The armature is made up in sixteen
sections, with the same lumber of
segments in th commutator of phos
phor bronze. The speed of the mo
tor is 2.000 revolutions per minute,
and it transmits its power to the drill
through two cog-wheels, which reduce
the number of strokes to about 240 a
minute. The drill is a'.so given a slow
revolving motion. l!y a spring ar
rangement all shock is taken from
the drill when the blow is given, thus
enabling the motor to work smoothly
and without jar. The whole is fixed
upon a tripod stand, which can be in
clined at an angle and fed by a wheel
at the upper end of the cradle.
One of the curiosities of reflected
light from a curved surface is the
"caustic," popularly known a 'the-cow's-foot-in-the-milk-paiL"
It is a
well known property of light that its
rays impinging upon a reflecting sur
face are thrown off so as to make the
angle between the reflected rays and
the normal equal to that between the
incident rays and the normal. In con
sequence of this law, when the rays of
any light which are practically par
allel are reflected from a curved sur
face the intersections of the reflected
rays take upon themselves the form of
a cow's foot. This shadow as reflected
in the milk pail is given the name
used in the headline. Prove it by
taking off your ring and laying it
upon the table so that its inner sur
face will reflect the rays of the lamp.
lit Only for a Magazine.
"This story won't do for us," said
the editor of a great metropolitan
daily to the literary aspirant. "I have
glanced it over and I find that the
hero dies in the third chapter, the
heroine perishes of a broken heart in
the sixth, all the auxiliaries have
shuffled off their mortal coils by the
time we get to' the eleventh, and the
narrator stands amid their graves,, a
sad-eyed man, prematurely gray. It
.won't do for ns, but any of the maga
aines would jump at it"
Ttaa Baekaeper-a Secret.
Many years ago a beekeeper named
Wildman surprised all Europe with
the ease with which he handled bees,
compelling a swarm to settle where he
pleased. His secret was to get posses
sion of the queen bee, when the others
would follow wherever she was placed.
Tha Old Clock and tha Flag.
There is an old clock in the office of
the secretary of war which is the only
piece of furniture that was there when
Jefferson Davis was secretary of war
forty years ago, under President
Franklin Pierce. The clock, which is
a specimen of what was in style in
the way of mantel time-pieces during
the empire, is covered by a glass case
and keeps perfect time. Over the'
mantel on which it stands is another
glass case containing the flag that was
wrapped around Lincoln's casket on
the solemn march from Washington to
Springfield ia ls65.
Eyes and Ears
hare we that we m)' we and tirar; brain, that
we may reason and ncdemai d; to theruV iiltle
excnfC for much of the i He log that ie tolerated.
Dr. Pieitt' Golden S'edUal Discovery ia faM be
emiing ihe .ue rcoiiied ten tdy frr all d:s
ea?es ru'tirp from thin, impure trd imio-er-ishcti
li:Ut.c?tHi and dyspepfia, Mrofntts affrc
tioi . l.v. r aud kidr.ey disra-ts, toye ami swell
inc. cvarrh and consumption, are blood sffec
t'on With i ur fol, vtrichtd and iia!:icd
blood, tin) tlee a darknin- Ix fore the l'glil! Dr.
Pier t-' Golden Mcd'cal Hiseoviry is the only
oarant ed It'ocd-puufitT and liver invitorator.
Sold on Xt'.a'- I Money promptly returned if it
itin't benefit or cure.
Fits All tits stopped free by Dr
Kline's (ireat Nerve Restorer. Xo
fits after the llrst day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and f.' trial bot
tie free to lit c ises. Send to lr
Kline. 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists: call
rhe Nervous System the Seat
of Life and Mind. Recent
No nvs-erv lias ver comnaivd iit'i thnt of
hum i:j lite, it lias Ims'u the ba..i.i uhj'N-t
i jimfi .tonal r-Mr.li tiH i stu.. i;i aii rurt-s
'Jut aot uiisiandiug tiiLs fact it i- n... r-ni-r-
ally k n o v n
that the s.-it
ol life K lo. ci
ted in tin- ui
pt rparl of the
iii-ar the ha?
of i lie brain,
ami ?o m-iim-t
i vi- i-t this
portion of the
tep.i Hint even
the tiriok of a
tieeU;e vr i 1 1
Tl-vs-nt discoveries hive demon' rated thnt
all i Iii'.;-;aus of the Imd v ao- miJ.-r the con
trol of tlr ner e ceuu-rs, lik-med in or near
the b.i- of the brain, ami tb it when these are
denoi je 1 1 lie orcans which thev supply with
nerve iluii! '.ru alx deratim-d. Wiioa it is re-niemtiTi-J
iliat a s-riiu-. in.iury to tbespinal
c 'i J illciu paralvsis of the lio.lv Iielow
t ie i -liiiTs-d iKiint. Ihs-;iu- the u. r.o f iVve is
pr.-. eati-.l by the in.iurv (jjni rea -bins the
! r liyt-d portion, it w ill be under .;ood liow
tie ii -f.ii.'i'niciit of ihe nerve centers will
c.i ii- ! I he derangement of the various orgaus
v. 'i.'h t uey supiily w ii h uerv - furj--.
i v.vt hit- Is of ehr.nii' Ureases lire due to
tlio i nih-rf - t a ti enif tin- nerve centers at
i9ha-.of t h j br iin. rut f.xini a tieranjre
i i:it irln;i:-iiy frij;n--t mi- in the orjan i---f.
T:ju- crea i::i.:ikf- of p'iv-;i;-i:i!9 in
trt-itiiii iheMj llvae is that they treat the
or- i.i rti her t'1 a t iso nerve cvaicrs which
an-i the e:iu? : i the I rouble.
lift f :uki.is Mn.r.s. the celebrated stk-
ria.i'.has profoundly studied t his subject for
r .j ye i.-s, una lias made mauv lmtiortaiit
(.1- neri.s in connection with it, chief anions
tn -a ' 'in - lie! facts contained in the B'njve
e ne:!U and thai the ordinary methods of
tr.-iiai 'at are wrong. All headache.
ne.-.-. uadness, contusion, pre-ure., blues,
niH-iI . melancholy, insanity, eiiilep-y. rt.
V'i.as d nee. etc.. ar nervous diserws no
rn r.ter how caused. The wonderful success of
iir. .iluc-. Kc-torative Nervine is due to t he
f .1 -t tint it Is based on theforeioinsp- inclple.
li.t Miles KfcsiMu.vrivE Nekvink lss ild by
all drtini-i'son a positive cuaran e . or sent
e.:r vtiiy lift JIit.fs Medic u. C .. Eshart.
in. I., on receipt of price, tl ,er b ttle. six
b i !e for so. cvpre-jj prenild. It cjutain
Eji.uer op:a:es no: dan Tcrous drus.
Eye ard Ear Specialists
Ami fole proprietors of the 'nrVsorville Eye
a d Kar Infirmary, will i j.-it
- AT THE
Mi l rem-dn unUl Fri.lay ni.-tit fitli. and make
rtturn ifi- i nee H o cnih.
Cross Eyes that apply fkee of
charge. Send word to
Call early. N
Dr. t'offee ha?treatd over 700 pttiin's in
Rerkfora and r'ref (Kirt and over HW In and about
CfaU-na. Co suttation free on firt trip.
He will ftraightcn CHOSS or StJl'lNT EVES in
Kemuveg CATAKAcr n two miuuti'H.
Pterycinne or film over the i-yes-onc uilnu'e.
I-idectimy two minute!!.
Tui nine in or out of lids and wild hairs, etc.,
MnpphiK of Lachrymal (tear) Duct, rauring an
overturn- uT tear (HTraanently cured.
Polypno Tumors in uoc or caig reiroved In two
Opcnine of the Enctachian Tube leading from
throat to ear in two minntve.
Removing Tonsils and Clipping Uvula, one
Kvery one of the above operations I perform.
t xi-epi i.imraci, bjiu paoenui eio go nome with
t'ATAKACT. PTERYGINXE (for film over the
ifrht). t'pocitie of Cornea, blinonevs weak.
waiery cyee, granoia ea lias, coronic red eorv
eye, wild hair, entropion! or taming in of eye
lids, diseases of lacbrvmal duct (tear duct I tn.
mors of eye, eiterpatlon of eye ball. All sur
gical ditease of the eve and its nerves.
ACUTE AND CHRONIC NASAL CATARRH
In all its forms cured permanently. Or-ama.
polypus, tumors, hawking and spitting, enlarjred
lons ii-. wi vi tuice, (iranuiatea sore tnroat,
DEAFNE8S lean cure 80 per cent of these
cases Can tell in five minutes if curable. I
core many rases In one treatment.
NOISES IN BARS I can cure in every ca-e.
DISCH AflGIG EARS I can core in everycase.
BKONCHITIS AND LUNG TROUBLE cured
trom catarro can oe cured.
Thev will straighten the first case of
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa
Cures a Severe Stomach
Cains Thirty Pounds in Weight.
hat been a good
friend to me.
In the Spring
of 1892 It Cured
Me of Gas
which I had
been a sufferer
for over a dozen
years and had
relief both from
dies. When I bejan taking Kickapoo
Indian Sagwa I was all run down.
After using the medicine a short time
I grew Stronger, Regained my
Appetite, and Increased my
Weight, gaining over Thirty Pounds
in a few months, and I have never had
any recurrence of my troubles. It not
only cured t he Gastrit is, but I mproved
my General Health.
It gives me great pleasure to sav a
good word for Kickapoo Indian
Sagwa and Endorse its Curative
Powers. THOS y FLANAGAN.
Charlestow n, Mass.
Kickapoo rndian Sagwa.
$1 Per Bottle, 6 Bottles for $5.
Sold by All Druggists and Dealers
"u,ri f nuH. ?3 1 l wenriem ;rre
IXCOKl'OKATED I'XDEIi THE STATE LAW.
Roe: hland Savings Bank,
Mock Island. III.
Open d V from 9 a. n. to 3 p. m.. and Saturday evenings from T to 5 o'cl cs.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Persona, c
lateral or Real Estate security,
P. L. l!lTCHELt, Prcs't. F C. DENKMANN, Vke Prest. J M EfFoRD. ( i-. -.
P. L. MitchcH. F. C. Uerkirann, John Crnbanch. Phil Mitchell, II, P. H"i'. L -E.
V Uart, J. M. Buford, John Volk.
Jacksos i 11cht, Solicitors.
Began hbsinres July S. IS), and occupy tb sonthcact comcrof Mitchell A Ljr.dt's t w
iSEIVESS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDER:
All Kinds o: Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on ehort notice and eansraciion gnarantetti.
OIBoa avnd Sion 11 Twelfth Street. ROCK IMNi'
Kstablisbed 1E80 19HS.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Bare money bv bnyirjg your Crockery, GJasswaie. Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brushes, at tie Old atl
Reliable 5 ad 10 Cents Store.
SIRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Thin Ave
Manufacturer of :i kind of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents Fine Shoes a Specialty. Impairing done neatly and prompt:-.
A share of Tonr patronage respectfully solicited.
R c. Hudson.
HUDSON & PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
&U kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to Esttes:
fumished when desirt.
8hop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth st. Rock Island
Rock Island Brass Foundry
ND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
A!' kinds of braee, ftrocae and alnminum Moru caating, all shades and ivmu-rt Mai r
a rpecialtj of bras metal pattern and a rustic work.
Mior kd OiTici-At 11 Flrt av.rur. rar Ferry landing. . kcc K If I '
J. MAGER, Prorri"ior.
J. M CHRISTY,
. C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Fenrth avenue. Residance 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and speclUcariona fnrnlfhed on all
City 'Bus and. Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or exprf
wagon and yon will receive prompt attention.
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCER, Prop.
s HEN YOU
THE MM Fill
Do not iorg-t to st-eH,-.
Libit of the Genial El.r.
trie Company in the El-r.
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