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suiatur :.4jiget her a ilerkthii'inoiie
of the departments, he answered
urornutlv that undouhtcdls he would
" I should be so cr grateful to luin.
If he would, and to jou, too, Mr
Ihonipsflii, she added, wiping the
teats from her eye. " I should like a
liwltion in the dead letter department
better than anywhere else, I think.
There are a good many ladies there,
oti know , and I've heard that some
of them get as much as fifteen hundred
dollsrs a )ear. I'he senator could get
me one of those places scry easily if
he would , couldn't he ?"
Thompson was truthful enough to
acknowledge that the senator was not
omniM)tent , hut there were some
things he could not always arrange just
as he desired Yet what she wished
might prove to be within the limit of
bis power. He promised to mention
the matter to the senator the first
I he widow had the mumps and
was exceptionally ill, too, considering
the disease , but 'I houison did not let
his mind dwell on the fact much after
he had discharged his dut) It was
not until ten or twelsediys later, when
he awoke, one morning, with a swollen
throat, that his thoughts reverted to her
at all 'Then she suddenly dawned on
his recollection lie was her first sictim.
The senator took his turn a couple of
weeks later, basing caught the malady
from Thompson. Hut by this time the
widow was out again, and waiting for
him to secure her that place in the
Sitting up m bed, reading his letters,
the first time in three dajs, the senator
found that the widow had not allowed
a single da to escape without post
ing him a missive to let him know how
she progressed Asith the business in
hand. Her three letter informed him
that she had been to all the senators of
the committee on pensions, and that
they had all promised to help her ,
that all she waited for now was for him
to drop a little note to the postmaster
general, asking him to find a sarancj
She was so sorry', she said, that Mr.
'I hompson and the senator also bad
taken the mumps from her It was
ridiculous for her to have them, any
how. She hoped if there was an
service she could render him, he would
sent her word instantly. She would
only be too hippy to do an) thing in
her power. Mr '1 hompson, she said,
had kindly submitted to her care and
was nearly recovered.
'I he senator dropped her letters and
took up the morning papers, in which
he found a " (crsonal " going the
rounds, stating that Senator Smith was
confined to his rooms with a bad case
of the mumps, and that the "Jones
I'atcnt Hill" would not be reported
until he recovered This anno)cd
htm and put him in a bad humor for
the rest of the morning, so that, a
couple of hours later, wben he was
waited on ma manner which ordinarily
would have struck him plcasantl), he
was not in the happiest tramc of mind
to receive. Pie had got up, and sat in
undress costume, unshaven nd un
shorn, his face tied up with a towel,
looking savagely at the fire in the grate,
when George, his colored man, brought
up the cards of the entire committee
on pensions. The members liad called
on him together, and desired George
to beg an immediate interview.
"We hope we don't intrude, Smith,"
said the general, making his way into
the room, while he was solemnly fol
lowed by eight others. " Hut the busi
ness we came on won't bear dchy. It's
the widow." '
"It's the widow I" related, together,
the eight others, as they stood anxi
ously facing the patient
"We are taking our live-, m the
palms of our hands in coming here,"
continued the general ; " for not a
mother's son of us has had the mumps.
Hut I hold here a ctition of the com
mittee on tensions humbly praying to be
relieved now and forever of the widow."
"Humhl) praying to be relieved of
the widow 1" said the others
"The ctitioners," the general went
on, putting up his c)C glass and unroll
ir.gthc document "'beg leave tostate that,
for several da)S past, they have severally
and individually been held in a state of
complete subjugation by the erson
famihatly known as the Senator's
Widow ; that they ate forced to believe
the said icron has duplicated and
quadrupled and sextupled herself in
order to lie in wait for the (H-titioncrs
at every hour of the day and niht,
and force them by her smiles and
other vritchful charms to swear allegi
ance to her , that life to the petitioners
has, in consequence of such witchery,
become a burden, and that, whereas
the petitioners, believing it to be a
duty their esteemed colleague owes to
suffering huinam'o and his country in
particular to remove the said widow,
they, therefore, humbly pray that he
will inveigle the said widow out of the
district, that he will get her appointed
postmistress in Alaska, or in some way
rid the petitioners of her machina
The general placed the petition on
the center-table, and was alout to
stimulate himself to a little oratory by
a generous supply of I-onllard's best
fine cut chewing, when the solemn
composure of himself and his fellow
petitioners was suddenly disturbed by
a light knock on the door 'I he neit
moment George brought the senator
card, which instantly illuminated his
perplexed countenance with sunshine.
M Yes, certainly, George, ask her in
She lu called in the nick of time,"
said, making a rush into his bedroom
to arrange his dishabille
1 he general dropped his paper of
tobicco on the floor, seucd his hat,
and, with the eight other senators
closely following him, retreated in dis
order through the door as the little
widow passed them, bright and smiling
" Just one moment general ! I'll sec
) oil in a moment," the senator called
through the crack of his bedroom
' l'ut it off indefinitely," the general
"Oh! I hope I haven't disturbed
you," said the widow, hesitating
" No, not in the least," the senator
replied, settling into his eluir.
" I didn't intend to stop a minute.
I only came to )otir door just to find
out how )ou arc this morning. I'm
stopping here in the hotel at present,
and they've given me a room on this
floor, Number 1'ifty-ninc. So I thought
I'd step along before going out to walk,
to inquire how you are."
" I shall lw out again in a few days
probably," he answered, trying to ap
pear at ease in spite of some discom
fiture he was suffering, "'the malady
is an infantile one."
"I can never forgive myself for
being the cause of it." she said, sorrow
fully. He thought lie had never seen her
look (mite so charming. If her nose
had not been made quite so reliousse
and her complexion had really been
waterproof, he would have considered
her decidedly pretty. She had arrayed
herself in new clothes that were very
becoming, and George had placed her
chair so that she could not help glanc
ing at herself now and then in the pier
glass. Hut in a few moments she began to
open up a little business, which so
completely astonished the senator that
he failed to take further notice of her
"I have been commissioned by
some friends of mine, of yours and
mine, Senator Smith," she said, nerv
ously trying to open a small satchel
she carried, "to tender you what they
wish to be considered merely as a
slight token of their esteem. They
wish to let you know that they recog
nize with gratitude the superior states
manship that is to bring on the passage
of the 'Jones I'atcnt Hill,' and they
hope that nothing will interfere with
the purpose you have in view."
She smiled sweetly, and handed
George an envelope to pass to the
senator, who discovered that it con
tained a check for five thousand dol
lars. lie put it back into the envelope
instantly and motioned to his servant
to return it to her. It was the first
time in all his life that any one had
ever dared to approach" him with a
bribe, ami he did not trust himself to
speak for a moment. He saw that she
looked frightened. Did she really
comprehend what she was about, in
the hands of the lobbyists who had
sent that check ? Was she the quintes
sence of simplicity or audacity ?
"Oh 1 I am afraid you are offended
for some reason or other," she said, get
ting up and turning genuine red I'm
sure I did not think I was doing any
harm in bringing that to you. I sup
posed it was a present, which I'm sure
must be due you for your kindness."
"It is a bribe."
"A bribe 1 Oh1 then otill forcivc
me; certainly you must forgive me 1"
-vour menus arc interested in tne
passage of that bill, and wish to buy my
vote in the committee room. They
arc the most unscrupulous lobbyists in
"Oh I they are not my friends. Did
I say they were tny friends ? They are
not my particular friends. I was com
ing here to live to escie that horrid
boarding-house, where I was sick, and
they asked me just as a favor, to hand
She quite lost control of herself, and
began to cry. Luckily for the senator,
'1 homsson made his apearancc at this
"Thompson," he said, immediately,
"if you will step around to the 'post-
office with Mrs. Clinch and introduce
her there for me, perhaps a place
be found for her at once."
She snapcd the lock of the little
satchel on the dreadful check and
jumped up, dr)ing her e)cs as she did
so. This was something definite and
decisive on the part of the senator.
which she showed she was ready to
take advantage of. As she went out
with Thompson, she threw back to the
senator one of her most bewitching
smiles of adieu
He congratulated himself that he was
rid of her for the rest of the day, at
any rate, unless Thompson proved less
shrewd than usual. Hut the know
ledge that she was located there in the
hotel actually on the same floor with
him begin to annoy htm out of pa
tience in regard to the pension busi
ness and hail bored the entire com
mittee into exasperation , she had given
him and his secretary the mumps ; she
had attempted to brilve him finally.
What in the world would she do next,
ndw that she had come and camcd
out at his very door ?
1 lie answer to the inquiry came to
the senator that night in the guise of a
dream. His feyvrish fancy gave him
notice that the 'widow's next design
would be to marry him in spite of him
self, and the warning sent him flying
from pillar to post t.o avoid her. This
employment kept him in aiutcofgreat
he'cucitesucnt the mot of the night, and
when he awoke in the morning he fo ind
himself bulled in a cold perspiration.
An hour or two later hn phystenn
told him that he had taken cold, and
cautioned him that the mumps was not
an illness to be trilled with. At ten
o'clock the general, happening lit,
found him a very sick man, propped
up in bed, surveying himself in the
mirror of a dressing case opposite the
picture of woe nnd despair. Mis neck
was a miss of swollen flesh, his head
was bandaged with a towel, his eyes
were bloodshot, and his whole aspect
was decidedly dejected
"Tor heaven's sake, general, turn
that glass sideways," he said, "so I
can't sec arty longer whit thit widow
has brought me to I"
"She'll marry you next, Smith, as
sure as you're alive , and if she could
sec you now, she would find yon per
"How can I ever get rid of her and
all the others like her who arc pester
ing me from morning till night ? How
can the nation expect a man to do his
duty as a statesman while the mob of
place hunters arc given full swing to de
mand his whole time, and the people
at large are cl.lmoring for garden seeds
and public documents ("
""I hat's the question. So ay we all
of us I" the general agreed, rubbing his
bald crown and taking a turn or two
across the room. "You may leave the
widow with me, though, I guess. I'll
get rid bf her for you."
"I shall be eternally obliged to you
if you succeed."
"I'll tell you, then, what you do,"
said the general, turning around sud
denly. "You send Thompson out to
St. Louis under scaled orders. I'll
make them out myself in official lan
guage , and if they arc fulfilled to
the letter, there'll be an appoint
ment arranged for him immediately
that'll give him a good thing of it out
in the Indian Territory. "
" I don't quite catch your meaning, "
said the senator, looking puzzled. "You
have no reason for wishing Thompson
to lose his scalp; have you ? "
" He'll lose his head, unless I'm mis
taken," the general replied, winking
and helping himself to some tobacco.
" Send him to the Baltimore and Ohio
depot to morrow evening, bound for St.
Louis. I'll fix things after that. "
He winked again significantly as he
went out, leaving the senator glumly
amused at his suggestion.
Hefore night the widow-sent the sena
tor word that the general had got her a
pass to St. Louis, where she was going
at once to meet a friend of the general's,
whom bethought would obtain a place
for her. She hoped to be forgiven for
the events of the previous day. "It
really and truly never entered my stupid
little head," she wrote, " that the check
was intended to be a bribe. "
As the mumps continued rapidly to
get the better of the senator all that day
and the next, and quite upset him for
the time, he cannot be held responsible
perhaps for what happened. The gen
eral took affairs out of his hands, and
managed them according to his own
discretion. After about forty eight hours
he bustled in, bringing a telegram from
" Now then, Smith, hurry up and get
through with this mumps business," he
said. " We need ) ou up at the capitol,
and the widow has vanished. "
The telegram read as follows
" All tight. I'll do it according to swiiten
instructions. The thing is a foregone conclu
sion. Send on the commission without delay.
"He'll do what?" asked the astonished
senator. "What is it that s a foregone
"He's going to marry the widow, and
take her out to the Indian Territory just
as soon as 1 can get the appointment
forwarded Don't )ou s.cc? They met
ou the cars, and have been running away
with each other all the way out to St.
Louis without suspecting it."
"We mustn't let the joke go any
further, really. It won't do."
"I hompson is a patriut and a brave
man," said the general, eloquently.
"He's doing his country a service, and
he shall be rewarded. Would tttat we
only had a thousand more such men
right on hand, to go and do likewise 1"
"Hut we mustn't let the poor fel
low make a martyr of himself," the
senator insisted. "No, no."
Mrs, and Mr. Thompson's cards were
sent from tnc Indian Territory in the
course ot the month. K Jf, Stanford)
in Artiv Yok Indp(ndent
"Tk. i'nrrsoM. Jiofsfe-frs.."
Ill an edition of the Rural Press, in
which large sivace is riven to dairy
matters, it is of course fitting that dairy
stock should fmure nrom'mintly. Those
-interested in short horns and Jcrses
have furnished us local data, but the
Ayrshire men and the Devon men, and
some other dairy stock men, hate ne
glected to comply v ith our invitation.
Wc trust they will respond hereafter,
for although this is especially a dairy
issue, our readers know that each week
vtc are glad to present all interesting
and important facts relating to the live
stock and dairy interests of the coast.
Let this then be a new suggestion and
reminder to all to send us the results of
their experience and observations. The
Holstcin. bull Neptune, No. 711, of the
Holstcin Herd book, was imported by
Smiths & Powell, and is the only Ihing
son of Aaggie (901)1 lnc dam of Aaggie
and (1360). He was cahed March
23d, 1880. His sire was Jacob I, N.
II. B.. s6 ; he by Jacob N. II. B.. jo;
he by Kookcr. Jacob I's dam, Trmtie,
N. H.. 35 ; has a record of 80 lbs. of
milk in one day. Jacob's dam, I)e
Soede, a prize cow at the Pans Kaiosi
tion, has a record or 91 lbs. 8 ou. in
tfAalrfjA. J.-.l mi Vfefc-A sjl
Aagsje ad, full sister to Neptune,
has the largest two-year old record
known, hating given in one year 17,
7 tG lbs. 2 ozs., and made 13 lbs. 6 ozs.
of butter in one week, on dry feed.
Lady Clifdcn, a sister to Aggie, gave
16,175 lbs. of milk In one year, which at
the time exceeded any previous record
As the Holsteins arc continuing to at
tract so much attention from farmers
on this coast, wc present further facts
A writer in the Western Agricul
turist says this breed seems to osscss
a combination of all the qualities
desired in cattle.
As a breed they are very large. The
males wcih from 2,000 to 3,300 lbs. ;
cows from 1,200 to 1,900 lbs. In
color they arc always black and white;
sometimes one color predominates and
sometimes the other.
As milk producers they have no
equal. Some of the best cows give,
when fresh, from 9 to 12 gallons of
milk a day Many of them milk the
vc.ir round. In fact, it is practically
impossible to cause some of them to
run dry, at least such has been the
experience of the writer.
1'or example, Astrca 4th commenced
to give milk three months before her
first calf was due or made its appear
ance ; the tendency in her to produce
milk was such that this course was
found to be absolutely necessary.
When her calf was ro months old, she
was producing 30 lbs of milk a day,
and wc made an effort to dry her off,
but this tendency to produce milk was
superior to our skill. She milks from
one calv ina to the next.
Another registered cow, Astrea 91b,
now six years old, has bred regularly
every year since she was two, and has
not missed a milking, except when we
were trying to have her run dry.
'Grade Holstcin cows seem to milk
about as well as full bloods. Several
half-blood Holsteins, 3 years old, and
from high grade Short-horn cows, pro
duce, when fresh, from 5 to 7 gallons
a day on grass alone, and of course,
when they are fully matiYJcd, they
yield much more. One grade Hol
stcin heifer from a pure-bred Short
horn cow, when 2 years old gave 40
lbs. of milk a day.
As for the quality of the milk for
butter or cheese, it is splendid. In the
month of June we find it takes from
26 to 27 lbs. milk to make a pound of
butter. In November, 20 lbs. of milk
will make a pound of butter. Tor a
pound of cured full cream cheese it
took last June 9 7-15 lbs. of milk.
The butter is of excellent quality. At
many of the larger fairs Holstcin butter
has taken the premium over Jersey
butter 'The butter has the reputation
of 1 el. umiig its flavor longer than any
other kind, hence it is superior for
shipping or packing
Holstein-cows have the highest but
ter records known. Holstcin cattle fat
well and the beef is of good quality.
Butchers claim that they never slaugh
tered animals that gave any better
satisfaction. HoUtein cross well on
our native cows, and on high grade and
pure-bred Short-horn cows the cross
for practical purposes probably has no
equal, combining successfully, as such
across docs, a great yield of milk,
butter, cheese and excellent beef.
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.Al he endless saiMtv of gouds whkh "
we are tsow constantly re
Cclruig arc now telng
OPtSKl) I OR INSPECTION AND SALh.
AT Till. LOVstST fKICE.
TJOLLISTER & CO.,
tsriri: Tiir ATTn.sriux or Tin:
I'vm.ia .r coua rr jikiuiia.sts
In particular, tothsir Isrgc and
verled assortment of
Jutt recmed. I1S U tknowtei(gt J
to .- the ftrwit perfume In the
world. Atl of one)Uilit.
Otet tarlcty of odori l)ltt
and prlctf, lw
(All fchaprt and tjlO
And the Itrgit And moil complete MocV of
ever lept In ihU Kir cdom a
Ivfie Invoice of
ir-l snD MElUTKItUASKAX .hvosqi:
direct from L'uropc, free from
land or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS & COS
J. C AYER & COS
Horsefords Ac'd Phosphatei,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup.
A U cock Porous Plaster Co ,
Mnrray ft Lan man's Florida Water
Yerba Buena Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and Manufac.
facturers of the celebrated
Agents for Writ. S. Kimball & Co's v
fVrrrranf VnnUy Fair,
Tobacco and CtgarcMvo
which have no rivals. The
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OfTA" ChVGEf! ALE & SODAtVATEX
has alvrajs been recognised as the
best In the market.
OUR ar.VGRR ALE FXTKACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula In
AERATED WA1ERS lu Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 59 NUUANU ST.
RE1AIL, (jou rORf-A MERCHANT STS
UNION PEED CO,
Importers sud dce4eri la
Cesf. Slay and II tain
Goods promptly delivered.
Qmm UlfLrm (la
Telephone Ko. 17s.
A fiat Assortment of
now In stovk consisting of
CKDUKHH, JU VHXJ I.H, HA VM u s4 C.I MU
full bound, la Deny and Mediusa Sues.
Lcdgera, Journals and Record,
Half Hound, tn Cap, Deasy and Medium bites.
Cap Loo. Day Uoots and SlaW Entry Day Hooks'
half bound, two-third Dy llooks. Narrow
Order Uouks, Trial IUW. Uooka,
Cah lUls. Qto. Records
roa sale si -
TMO. U. THHVM't,
MlsCHSxT brsstr u Potrr hrtsST Sroars
SvT KATBST JOB PRINTING
vTItner.il butrtlotmeiUB. Gtittml cbbtiiioemtnto.
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
ViiiniiticU'ii Xew llutUUny, Merchant Street.
Weddinr;, Vljitlnrfrr Business Curds,
Invitations, Menu Cards,
Datt Profframmes, Letter,
Note, Statement or Bill Heads,
Shipping Receipts, Money Receipts,
Certificates of Stock, Contracts,
Bills of Lading, Checks,
Drafts, Orders, Notes,
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blanks,
labels, Books, Pamphlets, etc.,
NAETLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY and REASONABLY DONE.
TttOS. O. Tit HUM, Proprietor.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognlsml Otiernl Bnninctr, Audit on th Hw1Um IftlaaAl
Offloe in CAmphellM Fire-proof Building. 27 Merchant St., Hoflolulo, H I.
1'. O. Sox 3 IS
Real Entate ARont. Buj and tells RealFitate In all parts of ih Kingdom. Rents OfficM.
Homes. Cottages and Rooms
SolloUln? Agont for Wild or Xnter-Iilani SteAmerav-TourUts and tht Tiawllo
Public will apply to me for Tickets and Information to the Volcano.
Soliciting Agent for the Hntnnl Life Xnmrnnce Co. of New York. T
Largest, GranJcu and Soundest Institution of IttMnd In the World.
Agent for the Great Burlington Railway Route in Amorlon. This Routs escl
all other routes coinz Hist, the scenery being the giandett, the meals the chocest and the Patac svnd
Dining Cats the handsomest and most comfortable.
Employment Agentsl'lnd Employment for All seeling work In the various branches' of Industry on
Soliciting Agent for tho City of Iondon Fire Insurance Co, The Ust known
Company In the Islands.
Custom House Broker. Enters Goods at Custom House, pas and discharge Fr!fht and Duty
Hills under Power of Attorne).
Honey B roll or. Loans Money at mil times on first-class security
General Bits Incus Agent- 1 egal Papers ol every description drawn. Kills distributed and Col
tected. nlcs and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records Searched. Rents Collected. Tases and In
surince on Proper t looked after. Copying and Iln crowing done. Advertisement, Newspaper Articles.
Correspondence and Commercial Dusineit of every nature promt '' n accurately attended to
Agent for the New Hunlo Hall fit Honolulu Companies abroad will correspond with bm
for tern s, etc Orders for Island Shells, CurUs, Lava Specimens, Native Views .wid Photos cartfuJy
filled and forwarded to all parts of the World. .
19 Information appertaining to the Islands given and all correspondtnee faithfully answered.
P. as i if
THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND ANNUAL
for 1885, .
A HAND-BOOK OF INFORMATION ON MATTERS RELATINO TO
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ORIGINAL AND SIXECTED, OT
VALUE TO MERCHANTS, PLANTERS, TOURISM
tiii: l'.r.Kvr.sru ykau of ibsub,
Price per tach number jo cts., or 60 els. by foreign mail, including postage.
Persons desiring copies mailed abroad will f lease forward instructions, for at
tention as soon as issued,
Tito, a, THttan,
Comptlmr mn.4 fnkUshor,
OT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN MATEO. CAL.
a scuoolT ron hoys.
Under Military Discipline.
Located In the hesuufut village of S&n Mateo, on the Southern Pacific K. K., tl tntles front Stus Trincsc
Established In lB6s. routeen Instructors vt reputation and ability. Th. buildings u a?ns4-e, ,r.
heated by steam and ar. luevrt) way arranged for the health and comfort of th. cadets. Truslly ossi
bezlns July 34. .
(or further Inforrrultoo and catalogue, lust out, address
Kv. ALFRED LKE BREWER, M. A.,
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
fort Street, Honolulu.
-S- ""-"'-I "" -" J -" ... n. SMS
H Ranch and James Gav, Es. Full particulars will bt
H furnished upon application.
11 DILLINGHAM & Co. beg to announce that they
have received recent additions to ther stock of goods and are prepared to SM
orders upon most (avorableScrmj.
Double Furrow Plows, Imking Plows i Light Stu. Pttws
ARE NOW BEINO OPENED.
Agricultural Implements of the most approved patterns. Cutlery, Lamps,
Chandeliers, Lanterns, House Furnishing Goods. Kerosene
Oil of the best quality, in quantities to suit.
DETROIT CYLINDER CUPS,
The best in the market. Albany CYLINDER OIL and COMPOUND
LUCKICATINC OILS of all grades.
If SPECIAL ATTENTION
rasaa's Auvarui P.xholdibs.
FABEK-S ANTI' NERVOUS PENHOLDERS.
Rubber Holders, CueV HoUers, Ivory and Ebony
Hokasrt-coU saounted. Ivory and Hon.
roUersaad Papar Lutlets. faker's Tablet
Erasers, Iseotsott's elves t-nmt,
Lrsslal Rut 'r, Ruble us wood
perKil s.Wfc Uuasb Tacks,
reatil rrutctors, asnliu
Haul, of variusu
siaes, ric. est.
yr Bmit rutM. a. tumumtm
IUksiasit SraMT aap tmT STsusrf ItosuM
JO hi: I'll K, triSKJt AXt
General Business Agent, Honolulu, H. I.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
These Mills are now in .iirctuful
operation on a nurnber of Stock
Ranches, where they are giving m
notably upon the lant). of Jahu
PAID JO ISLAND ORDIRIs. ft
gOOKS PUTAINIMO 70 HAWAM.? H
Mm ILfiisdun Cummtaf
Hstsr uma arU.ssA.skts; m4
for sal. M
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