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THE KATKMAL TMBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1889.
Hffgosfions for Head of the Pension
Corporal James Tanner.
Editor National Tbibtoje: Among tlio
noaiaarfons which will be made shortly after
the iuttugu ration of President Ilarrison, will
be that of Commissioner of Pensions. That
there will be a number of candidates goes
The name of Comrade James Tanner, of
Brooklyn, Past Department Commander, G.A.
KM of tiiis State, suggests itself for so many
reasons that it seems a waste of words to enu
merate Uieni. Upon the score of bnsinees abil
ity his record as Collector of Taxes of Brooklyn
for six Years, in which be instituted many
meUiodeVor simplifying the payment of taxes,
furnishes the best testimony.
His long service npon the National Commit
tee of Pensions, G.A.R., gives him the oppor
tunity, as bead of the Pension Office, to bring
their'freqtieut requests to Congress into a com
The disability pension bill, arrears bill, pris
oner of war bill and per-diem service pension
bill have bad the cordial approval of the Na
tional Pension Committee, and will be elo
quently urged upon Congress if Umiraue xau
uur is chosen Commissioner.
As U his services during the past campaign,
it may not be amiss to mention the fact that in
tfec campaign made in Oregon last May and
June, resulting in such a glorious victory, he
made a thorough canvass of that State, and
was one of the first to proclaim his confidence
in the result, as accomplished, npon the tariff
After the nominations had been made in
Chicago, he was nnder the orders of the Na
tional Committee to stamp the Pacific States,
and stopping in Indianapolis to pay his respects
to Geu. Harrison, was induced to remain in
Indians, where his splendid work did so much
toward the saving of that State. It has be
come the cHstora to select for the office of Com
stoner of Pensions a fully-disabled veteran,
and oar legless comrade will lose nothing in
tilts respect by comparison with other surviv
ors of the war as to the measure of his sacri
fices for oar flag and Union. His candidacy
has been indorsed by many of the most promi
nent friends of the coming Executive, as well
as by many Posts of the G.A.E. and veteran
Many of us have not always agreed with
him npon the questkms which have been dis
eased by veterans of the late war. We have
applied the maxim, "In essentials, unity; in
non-essentials, liberty; but in all things char
itv," to the discussions of these matters, and
find ourselves to-day practically unanimous in
our desire that he shall be chosen. To-day a
half-million comrades, together with a hosfof
Logan's "Sous of the Rebellion," look toward
Indiana's Capital, and tender to our chosen
loader "Rip Van Winkle's" famous toast: "Uu
cks Ben, here's to your good health and all
year family; may they live long and prosper."
Thos. Bell, late Secretary Veterans' Eights
Union, State of Sew York, Brooklyn, U. Y.
ajr T. L. Pool.
Editor .National Tribune: As I have
eaea. the name of Maj. T.L.P00I mentioned in
various newspapers recently as a candidate for
the olhce of Commissioner of Pensions under
the incoming Administration, I have decided
to enlighten some of my old comrades-in-arms
as to the military and civil record of the man
through the columns of your excellent paper.
In the appointment of a Chief of the Pension
Bureau every old soldier has an especial inter
est. To know that a man having sympathy
with the rank and file, and one that has a clean
military record himself, is to be the arbitrator
who ehall decide who is and who is not entitled
to a pension, would be a solace to the deserving
veteran who has spent much time and many
dollars ia efforts to get around the red tapeism
that has surrounded the Pension Office in the
Maj- Pool enlisted in my regiment in August,
166i, and was promoted to the office of Quarter-Biastcr-Sergeant.
So well did he perform the
duties of that office, that be soon rose to the rank
of First Lieutenant and afterwards to Captain
and Brevet Major. As an officer Maj. Pool was
popular with all. His naturally generous im
pulses made him always solicitous for the wel
fare of those under his command, and many a
private has been made happy by the loan of n
few dollars or an order on the Commissary
from Maj. Pool.
lie is an enthusiastic Grand Army -man, and
is as ready now to extend r helping hand to a
needy conm.de as iu days gone by. At the
battle of 1-oid Harbor Maj. Pool lost his good
rcLt arm while gallantly leading his men on
toward the works of the enemy. Shortly after
his riuru from the war he was elected County
Clerk of Onomiugo County, N. Y., and for the
pai few years has held the office of Pension
Ageni for central Sew Yoik. with headquar
ters Jtt m-recuse. So well did he administer
the dut it- if thai Important position that Presi
dent Cleveland allowed him to remain iu it un
til ve rscatly. C H. Exos, 122d N. Y., Eock
J.T. Ba!ws.Co. F, 16th Kaa.. Norwood, Ho.,
thinks Geu. Black should be retained as Com
nissioner of Pensions. He was a gallant sol
dier, and has dene ample justice to the soldier
Ciement of the country.
J. E. Randolph, Earies, Ky., seeing that Kan
sas recommends Maj. Morrill and New York
Corp'l Tanner, says that the soldiers of Ken
tacky ra-oruinend Hon. Win. Godfrey Hunter.
Third District of Kentucky, for this honorable
position, as be is known as the true friend of
the soldier. He was a gallant soldier, and
would make a good Comtaissioner.
N. M. Burleson, Co , Jet N.Y. L. A., Eandalia,
Iowa, buying seen suggestions from old soldiers
as to the proper person to' be appointed Com
missioner of Pensions by the President-elect,
thinks that Col, D. B. Henderson, now Mem
ber of Congress from Iowa, would be the best
man tosaeeeed Gen. Black Mr. Harrison could
possibly find. Col. Henderson lost a leg during
the war, and nearly lost h is life. He afterward
Tai&ed and commanded a regiment, and has
been one of the most persistent advocates of
pension legislation for the last six years while
a Member of Congress. He tbinks every vet
eran woald be benefited by bis selection.
J. B. Coooter, Binder. Co. C, 12th Iud. Car..
Huron, Dak., having noticed suggestions re
garding the new Commissioner of Pensions,
thinks Gen. Harrison could not appoint any
better persons than Mary A. Livermore, Mother
Biekerdyke, or some other noble woman who
suffered with the soldiers. Should Mother
Biekerdyke be appointed she would take her
lantern and go oat over the vast field of sick
and crippled soldiers and attend to their wants,
sod would not listen to the frivolous reports of
the soldiers' enemies.
George E Smith, Sergeant, Co. D, 8th N.Y.
H. A-, Middieport. N. Y., favors the anpoint
meut of Corp'i Tanner as Commissioner of
J. C Cheliis, Burton, O., thinks that Gen.
Biark should be retained as Commissioner of
Xeaeurin? to Ewersejiey.
It Is not well to believe all you hear. This
k even a worse fault than faith in nothing.
Among other dismal precedents we have long
accepted, fc the belief that catarrh is incurable.
Bat precedent is seldom cheerful aad often in
exact. It comes to us from a time when means
were eneuited to the oads in view.
We alter this projtortion in these days. For
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gency, no matter how desperate. In this way
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Alxa, Nob., February 13, 1833.
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and I find it has not lost its virtues in the least.
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LOWS, OE AEEAS OF WARM, MOIST AIB, CLOUDY
WEATHER, WITH GENERAL BAIN OE SNOW
AND HIGH WINDS.
Three such areas affected tho weather of the
United States. Two came from British Co
lumbia and one from the Gulf. Average pro
gressive velocity eastward 21 miles per hour.
Average duration five days.
HIGHS, OE AEEAS OF COLD, DRY AIE AND GEN
EEALLY CLEAK WEATHER, WITH MODERATE
One such area affected the weather of tho
United Statos. It moved southward from
British Columbia on Jan. 18, reaching Utah on
the 20tb, where it has since remained practi
Temperature. The greatest fall in 24 hours
(36) occurred at Moorhead and St. Vincent,
Minn., and Bismarck, Dak., on the 30fch. Tho
greatest rise (50) at Chatham, N. B., and (44)
at St. Vincent, Minn., occurred on the 31st.
The maximum (82) occurred at Point Jupi
ter, FJa., on the 27th. The minimum (28 be
low zero, at Chatham, N. B., and 14 below at
Huron, Dak.) occurred, tho latter ou the 27th
and the former on the 30th.
Precipitation. Eain or snow have been re
ported from every State and Territory, except
Montaua, Wyoming, Arizona, Utah, Nevada,
Idaho and California. The heaviest (over one
inch iu 24 hours) was reported from Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
Florida, Louisiana, Now York and Vermont.
The maximum in 24 hours (1.90 inches) oc
curred at Augusta, Ga,, on the 26th and 27th.
Winds. High winds were reported from the
Gulf and Atlantic Coasts, the Lake Eegion,
Ohio Valley, Wyoming, Iowa, Montana, Colo
rado, Utah, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.
The highest measured velocity (52 miles per
hour) occurred at Sandy Hook, N. J., and
Woods Hall, Mass., on the 27th, and at Hatte
ras, N. C, on the 1st.
Rivers. The maximum rise (55 inches) oc
curred at Parkersburg, W. Va., on the 2Sth and
29th. The maximum fall (49 inches) occurred
at Augusta, Ga., ou the 30th.
Enisling Conditions. Ouo low is leaving tho
country over tho Gulf of St. Lawrence, aud
another is developing in the Gulf of Mexico.
A Itigh is central and stationary in Utah.
Threatening weather and rain in the Gulf
States, clearing in New Eugland, elsewhere
Factstobe Remembered. 1. The moisture of the
atmosphere divides itself into three heads: I.
Atmometry, or the determination of the amount
of water passing into the air by evaporation.
II. Hygrometry, or the determination of the
amount of water present iu the air in a vapor
ous form. III. Hyetometry, or tho determina
tion of the amount of water condensed out of
the atmosphere in the form of rain; hail or
2. Aqueous vapor is the most abundant ele
ment in the composition of the atmosphere,
next to its principal constituents, nitrogen aud
3. Next to temperature, aqueous vapor is
the most important of all meteorological pho
nomina, because by its sensitiveness to the
actiou of heat, and its liability to change of
condition from gaseous to liquid and solid, aud
trice versa, it is capable of exerting a great in
fluence on almost all meteorological processes.
3. Evaporation is the process of water pass
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the converse process of vapor passing into the
state of water.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
The Eepublicans of Bichmond, Va., last week
appointed a committee of colored citizens to
visit Gen. Harrison to urge Mahone for a Cabi
net position. President-elect Harrison spent
a quiet Sunday, the day being marked by the
absence of all political callers. It is authori
tatively announced that President Cleveland
will resume the practice of his profession in
New York city after March 5, having associat
ed himself as counsel with the law firm of
Bangs, Stetson, Tracy & MacVeagb. Maj.
David E. Porter, son of Admiral Porter, sailed
for Hayti to take command of Legitime's army
on Saturday last. Senator Allison has de
clined the Secretaryship of the Treasury in the
Cabinet of President-elect Harrison. It is now
stated that Geu. Alger will not be tendered the i
portfolio of the War Department, but that Ex
Gov. Eusk, of Wisconsin, is likely to be Secre
tary of War. The President transmitted to
Congress additional correspondence relatiYe to
Samoa, showing that, in conformity with Sec
retary Bayard's representations, the German
Government has exempted foreigners from the
operation of martial law in Samoa, and has di
rected the German Cousul to relinquish his
command of the administration of the islands.
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
Yet Sing, a Chinaman, established a laundry
over a boiling spring in Canyon City, near the
Yellowstone Park. Tho spring was a geyser,
which suddenly spouted forth, scalding four
Chiuamen to death. Mr. aud Mrs. John 01-
seu aud their three children broke through the
ice on the Missouri Eiver above Bismarck,
Dak., and were drowned. A man has been
found who is supposed to have witnessed the
killing of 31 rs. Hawes in Alabama. An at
tempt to lynch the victim's husband, who is
accused of the murder, resulted in the Alabama
riots. A switch engine on the St. Louis & San
Francisco Kailroad jumped the track at Spring
field, Mo., on Sunday last, killing three meu and
probably fatally injuring five others. Win.
T. Cavanaugh, for tho last six years Assistant
Secrerary of State in Kansas, was arrested for
blackmail on Friday, Feb. 1. A man named
Otto Kayser, of Philadelphia, killed a young
girl with whom he had been intimate, attempt
ed to cut his wife's throat, aud afterward sev
ered his own jugular vein, dying in a short
time. He had represented himself as a single
man, and when accused of the treachery killed
the girl, and when pursued by tho officers tried
to kill his wife and cut his own throat. His
wife will recover.
A Fatal Practical Joke.
On Jan. 21, at the Pennsylvania Soldiers and
Sailors' Home, at Erie, Pa., as the inmates were
seating themselves at the dinner-table a man
named McQuinlan, of Philadelphia, in sport
pulled a chair away in which Louis Bachler, of
Mahanoy City, was about to seat himself.
Bachler fell on the floor in a sitting posture,
and streams of blood gushed from his mouth
and nostrils. Ho had ruptured several blood
vessels, aud almost before ho could bo lifted up
he was dead, before the eyes of hundreds of his
horrified comrades. McQuinlan, who is dis
tracted over tho awful accident, has been com
mitted to jail to await the action of the next
Grand Jury in the matter.
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THE BOX DUKE.
(Continued from 1st page.)
shall ever hold you aa dearly as a brother
let your abiding place be where it may. Yet
I think it would he well for you to go with
the Duke of Normandy."
Eric sadly answered :
"Since I may not he your Esquire, Gareth,
it matters not ; the Knight of Nantes will be
well served without me. And I know 't is
well indeed for one whose fortune casts him
on tho kindness and protection of his Grace
of Normandy. Therefore, Dake Richard,"
he added, smiling faintly as he repeated
Alan's words, "I pray yon, dispose of Eric
as you please."
" Richard, with a deep feeling of sympathy
for the sad-hearted boy whom he had res
cued from a crnel death, hut whose life he
could scarcely hope to make a happy one,
assured him of the kindness and protection
which he would certainly receive in Nor
mandy. The Boy Duke saw that Alan was
not displeased at the prospect of his imme
diate removal from Nantes; for, in fact, the
Breton Duke did not like to see so warm a
friendship growing between his heir and
Eric, and he at least was entirely willing
that they should he parted.
Alan recurred to the matter of tho Knight's
fee which ho had proffered on his son's behalf;
but Richard for tho second time declined it
"No, Duke; it was not my purpose to accept
a feo for the knighting of your sou, save only
to obtain this boon which you have freely
granted. Sir Gareth's accolade was bravely
won, and I bestow it gladly; and more would I
bestow if there were any further gift which I
could offer to the Heir of Brittany."
" It would bo more to my liking if you would
accept some gift of us, my Lord," said Alan,
" I will," said Richard, quick to comprohend
tho dissatisfaction of his princely vassal, who
was not accustomed to receiving unrequited
benefits. "Although I want no feo for Sir
I WILL GLADLY TAKE A TOKEN OF YOUB
in remembrance of my visit. If you will give
mo a single suit of mail, wrought by your
famous armorer, I shall be well content."
"Ay, my Lord," the best I have is yours, and
right gladly," answered Alan, much better
pleased ; and he insisted on conducting Richard
at once to tho armory to make his own selec
tion. In tho meantime tho general holiday and
festival which had been proclaimed in honor
of Gareth's Knighthood and tho Boy Duke's
visit, was being celebrated with the utmost
rejoicing. All Nantes was ringing with tho
sound of merry-making; the nobles in tho
castle-hall were not moro ardently sincere iu
their demonstrations of pride and pleasuro
than were the common people in tho streets,
who shouted for Sir Gareth and their gracious
Lord the Duke, while they reveled in tho
bounteous feast set forth, by order of tho Sen
eschal of Nantes, at the castle gates, where all
day long tho meat was served unstinted in
supply aud wiue was flowing free for all who
came to eat and drink their fill.
Few there were among tho ,city people who
had not cause to lovo the young Lord for his
kindly benefactions ; and few among the outside
laborers and the wanderers from a distance who
did not crave permission, when their appetites
were satisfied with feasting, to creep into the
hall and catch a glimpse of Gareth in tho glory
of his Knighthood. If tho common feeling
toward tho Duke his father had less of lovo
and more of dread about it, yet on that day at
least every hungry, toiling hind in Alan's
realm, well-fed for once, every varlet who
escaped an expected whipping, aud every pris
oner whoso dungeon-door unclosed to let him
forth in freedom, at Alan's command, was
ready to uphold him iu all honesty, as a very
merciful and generous Lord and master.
Within the castle, also, thoro was music,
mirth and gormandizing, as on tho previous
night; but, as on banquet iu a feudal hall
was very like another, it is needless to linger
over details which have already been described.
There was dancing in the hall, and Richard led
the figures with tho Lady of Nantes, while
Osmond sighed in vain for tho happiness of
treading a measure with the 'eldest daughter,
the grizzled old Count of Rennes being allotted
to lead out the Lady Eluuore. Such was the
etiquut of a court ball, oven so many centuries
The next day Richard set out ou his return
Eric of Arras went with him, delivered from
tho jailer aud the hangman, yet not at liberty;
for, though his limbs were no longer shackled,
and no bolts aud bars confined him, there was
no real freedom for a hostage. He took his
leave of Gareth in deep sorrow, for ho knew
they were not likely to meet again.
Osmond of Centoville, as he sat his gallant
steed with all the grace of youth and Norman
training, and rode iu his accustomed place be
side his boyish Lord, carried a full purso from
which to scatter Richard's largess among tho
poor of Nantes. He turned his back on Alau's
castle, and turned his face toward Rouen, half
in sadness and half enraptured with the re
membrance of a parting glanco of something
more than kindness or at least he allowed
himself to think so from the sweet, dark eyes
of Eiauoro of Nautes.
The Boy Duko was accompanied, as ho rode
away from Nantes, by Alan and a numerous
escort of tho noblest Breton Lords, wholcffchim
only at tho border of his own domain. They
all avowed themselves his faithful friends, and
promised to be ready with their aid whenever
Alan should summon them to go to war for
him. Alan himself again repeated tho assur
ance of his loyalty ; and Richard parted from
his warrior vassal with tho kindest aud most
amicable feelings on either side.
The journey to Rouen occupied a week, for
tho Boy Duke did not think it needful to make
such haste as when he was riding to tho rescue
of poor Eric; and he rested for one day at Sir
Ivo's castle of Belesme, in tho mountains of
La March. Here ho decided that Eric should
remain, as a companion to Sir Ivo's only sou,
young Audemer do Belesme.
EOUEN NO PLACE FOR EEIC.
"I have reflected," said he, "that Rouen
would perhaps not be a very pleasant place for
you, Eric; my good friend, the Count of Har
court, is so iucenscd against all Flemings and
indeed, the most of my frieuds are of much tho
He said this as they stood upon the battle
ments at Belesme, where Audomer was point
ing out tho view, and showing a cordial desire
to put the Flemish guest at ease. It was this
evident inclination to be friendly, on the part
of Sir Ivo's heir, which had led to Richard's
remark. Ho continued:
"I have no fear that Sir Ivo will ever per
mit any such feeling to iufluence his conduct
in regard to you, Count Eric, or to render you
unhappy in his hall ; and I am very glad to
see that Audemer is disposed to entertain yon
with that kindly courtesy which all my Nor
man friends would show, I can assure vou.
hostage though you are, if they could but for
get your Flemish birth. At Rouen, howevor,
I fear they would remember it loo well. If
my people are too bitter in this feclling as I
think they are it is not for mo to blamo them,
sinco it rises from their lovo for mo and for my
Before tho Boy Duke had censed speaking,
Eric was on his knees before him, exclaiming
"I blame them not! I lovo you, also, and
willingly will I renounce my name and birth
right, if I may become your vassal! Richard,
let me swear allegiance to you, and bo no moro
And seizing Richard's hand, ho nressed ifc to
his lips, and commenced tho formal oath of
"Richard, Duko of Normandy, I, Eric of
Richard snatched his hand away, and said,
"Rise, Eric, rise ! You must not think of
such a thing! It would make a war for mo
And, indeed, it would have been a quite suf
ficient pretext for a declaration of war from the
Count of Flanders, if the Duko of Normaudy
had accepted tho homage of his sou, a Flemish
noblo, however ho might have slighted and
misused tho boy, himself.
"And when I fight Count Arnulf," added
Richard, sternly, ' it shall not bo for any causo
wherein Jte could be said to havo just reason
for complaint! No, Count Eric, I am your
friend, and will protect and aid you in so far as
I cau strotch my power but not your Lord.
You must not stoop your knee to me in horn
ago. Rise, I say I "
And Eric, looking disappointed aud down
"Would to Heaven. I had been born your
vassal, Richard," he murmured, sadly. "But
you cannot refuse the homage of my heart;
and if the time shall over como when I can
serve you, I care not at what cost, I will ask
for nothing more."
That timo did como; and Eric of Arras ren
dered a great service to tho Duko of Normandy,
at tho cost of all that one man can sacrifice for
tho sake of another his life. If ho had been
forewarned of what should bo his early destiny,
the knowledge, perhaps, would not have caused
hip so sad a feeling of regret as did Richard's
TGlfiC.Hmi nF Ilia nfPetrnA Iiimnirn
The Boy Duke, however, in parting with
Eric, manifested such a warmth of tender
hearted sympathy as made him appear, for the
time being, moro boy than Duko. Ho said all
that a Duko and a boy could say, to encourage
and console his youthful captive, and promised,
if it were possible, to transmit his message of
grateful affection to his foster-fathor, Master
Herman, at Arras.
To Sir Ivo de Belesme, Richard said:
"I leave Count Eric under your roof, Sir Ivo,
in the confidence that I could not easily find
him a shelter more securo; and I shall hold yon
to answer for his comfort aud safety. Should
any unforeseen peril arise to place him in jeop
ardy, protect him at all hazards and by any
means. Remember this."
"I will, my Lord; and you, Audemer, re
member it," said Ivo, glancing at his son.
" You are Lord of the castle in my absence, aud
my responsibility iu this matter rests equally
Audemer, who was about -the ago of Eric,
warmly pledged himself to make tho young
Fleming as happy at Belesme as ho could be
anywhere, and to defend him from all danger,
When the charge was left with him. And Sir
Ivo rode away with Richard, leaving his son
with perfect confidence to keep his castle on
tho Norman mnrch, and to fill his placo as
guardian of tho hostage.
The Boy Duko aud his company arrived in
sight of Rouen early on the following day.
As Richard cantered gaily along the descend
ing road which led to his own fair city on the
Seine, his heart was full of satisfaction, for his
journey was accomplished, its object was at
tained, and coming homo in safety, he could
tell Count Bernard de Harcourt that the Duko
of Brittany had yielded to his will, and so far
from being offended, was more his friend than
over. He had kept his promise to tho burgher
of Arras, aud saved the son of his father's mur
derer; and more than that, he had uiado a
Knight of tho noblest youth in Brittany, aud
a Baron of the boldest-hearted boy in Nor
Thus ho reflected, in calm content; while
before him opened wide tho gates of Roun,
where tho stately Tower of Rollo his own
castlo tower loomed up against the sky, and
its fluttering banner waved his welc6me homo.
End of ParLFirsQ
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Sold erervwherc. Price, Cuticuba, 50c; Soap 25c;
Resolvent, ?l. Prepared by tho Pottek Dnua and
CuEiiicAL Co., Boston. Mass.
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."
JST Baby's Skin and 3calp preserved and beauti- "tiSl
- ilcd by Ccticuka Soap. Sft
Kidney Pains, Backache and Weakness cured
MS " ""-.,,.. ...-...w., ...., .... .. .-
?S? neous aiu-subduing plaster. 25c.
?l T ruTTrfn i A vrF-Pi Tn? Tr i ctpi nn incrfirsf o-
1 Z -'! I
Ym ' y l" 'nW
lVl " S 1 f-X1K
Good for Young and Old.
Yeiy pleasant and agreeable to the
taste. Children take it without objec
tion. Sold by druggists everywhere.
SEDGWICK STEEL Wi
Best Fences and Gates for all
purposes. Free Catalogue giving
full particulars and prices.
Ask Hardware Dealers, or ad
dress, mentioning this paper,
SEBGWESK BROS. Richmond, ind
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My Annual PRICKD CATALOGUE is now ready,
nusLrouiled free to all applicants. It contains all the
leading and most popular sorts of
Besides all the desirable novelties of last season, and
nearly everything else in my line of business.
37 Enst 19 ih Street, New York City.
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CUTE'3 HtX.'US. A.TOEN jSlN
XTAL Free. Containing the TjatnHt
Novelties and Standard Varieties of Garden. Farm
nnd Flower Seeds. Gardeners should have it
before purchasing, lowest Price. Sloelta
pnrc and n-euh. Address COI.JB di 1JKO.,
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Perry9 Lake Co.90o
IFrnlt, Sliatlo and OBsaarpfcntal Trees. Evor
frrcens, Vines, blirabsSosos, etc. Stock youny,
thrifty, nnd of tho "besUfeuality. Wo employ NQ
AGENTS; but make a anSclaKy or. dealing direct with,
(armors. Bend for prlco list, iroo to all,
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f.prtftf.VJrmnrnft Palm. m.,i.iui,.
bostvarietaos. Gandy'and ofher Straw
berries. Otackberries. Raipberrlet. Won
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JOISJL. HOUMiii fc SO .JUelulr, Camdcu Co,, M. J.
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ARMS & &EGS,
WITH HUBQER HANDS & FEET.
Jho Hc:i Natural, Csa&rta'bfc Mtarafclo.
OVER 0,000 IN USE.
ITetr Patents & Inpsrtaat tsprovcaestj.
U. S. Gov't Manufacturer.
Illustrated book of 400 pages nnd
formula for measuring sent fnw.
A. A. MARKS,
701 BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY.
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find that rieo'a Cnro
for Conbumntlon not
only PUBVBNT8, but
ako CUBES Hottr-
$Hzf J, )
iHieSlrfNi FOR .,
all i LSiuE
POLE'S TESTED SEED
tjTfif $ Tl
If yon want the best Garden yon
have ever had, yon mnst sow
There is no question but that
Maule's Garden Seeds are unsur
passed. Their present popularity
in every county in the United States
proves it, for I now have customers
at more than 31,000 post-offices.
When ones sown, others are not wanted
at any price. Over one-quarter of a
million copies of my new Catalogue
for 1889 have been mailed already.
is pronounced the most original,
beautifully illustrated and readable
Seed Catalogue ever published. It
contains among other things, cash
prizes for premium vegetables, etc.,
to the amount of 3,500. You should
not think of purchasing any Seeds this
Spring before sending for it. It is
mailed free to all enclosing stamp
for return postage. Address
WBL HELWR1T MAIJXE,
1711 Filbert St PHILADELPHIA, PA.
m-ivfirMa k. y
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For Our Pictures of Andersonville and Lihby Prisons.
Instead of appointing numbers of agenta throughout the country to sell our pictures,
and taking the cream of the proSt, we have decided on the following mathematical contest,
which will enrich many of our subscribers and at the same time save us money.
We havo taken twenty three pictures of our Presidents from Washington to Benj.
riarrison shuffled them as cards, numbered them on backs from 1 to 23, and placed the
whole in a securely sealed tin box in a Safety Deposit Vault. The box cannot be opened or
examined until April 25, 1859, and nobody knows which picture i3 numbered 23.
The following 2SS0 Presents will ba Given to the 2630
persons making the best guesses of the picture having Ho.
23 on back.
1 Present to the Ppreon Guessing the
"Pjn VflUD piPQOwitnnamcatldaldres9P,ain,y written on a small plecoof. paper
!.a?l IlJUil 11 IJlLu Sand it 'vill be recorded on our books at once. Ko charge is wade
for tho tnicss. but in order to Introduce our two clejrant pictured oE Andersonville and Libby Prisons
into now homos wo roiulrothac each one answering-this and sending a guess shall subscribe Tor at
least ono of tho pictures and tend us CO cents or S1.00 for tho two pictures, which entitles the sub
scriber to two guesses. The box will be opened April 25, 1S39, by a committeo chosen by the sub
scribers. Should no ono prues tho correct picture, then the one guessing nearest will recelre the
first present of 8500. Should two or more persons guess the correct number, then tho one whoso
guess sfir-t received will receive the 8500, and the next 3300. and so on.
WfiilQ DIPTISDT rBPCflf you will work among your acquaintances and form a club
iUUn llUiUsIti fnlLfclwe wiU send shcsubscri ption for $3.00 ; two' ve for 35.00. Each
subscription to bo accompanied with guess opposite name In plain writing to ensure proper award
of presents. Our pictures of Andersonvillt and Libby Prisons are 21x2S in size in two colors and
show thirty different scenes of interest In connection with thoo prison. They are works of art and
of great historical interest. Address, "Wax Publishing; Co., Xock Drawer ?n Cliicafro, Hi.
gsagEgg6ESgSiai3a T1 Ad. TVill Not
We will send as A FREE CIFT.A FULL SUIT
M PATTER?"! OF BLACK SILK fora Jaily Rvalue 830 take j our choice), to every one -who will scad roi Pi
fa one of our uouaeiful Automatic Family Washing Machines, (see description, &c. below), shovit totheir3
Fk friends, and help us in future sales. We can afford to pay all such well, hence tbiaoffer of a SENSI3LEK
KJand PRACTICAL PRESE?1T. We believe we can effect sales and secure agents at a much ltX
pci c3& tills ruy mull uv cuuuuutru asm vxucnntj uute.usiiiK we u try it. uaynav. ic 13 a tircArctJ
Ii CHANCE to secure aSSLK DRESS, OR SUIT OF CLOTHES FREE, (chest. aist and iegmea
m KW O U K GH&WBOFPEH iSSStS i:?'LfcAKr.
pi wnf tuiinft Hrtv irfit-i l lwmrrtL Ilrtr f.mTirl utTfr-
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H WAorllrJt.1 HlAUHINb in tnoworia. ic wasues
FOH TUK VASimuAKI,AT0 P.IDBING ORBAI-K-ACHE
population cleared SS0 In five clays. At-'tntsare makii
rt.ii.iit.1 ifi noA.ttxit tf2t?rt i..f WYf. e2 .10 H r. T.
postal note TO PREPAY EXPRESS CHARGES.
m packed, FREE OF ALL CHARCSV.'ITHOUT DELAY. Uentnthw paper. 1 B
Ri A.MichMU TOIiK I,1M)KY V Ks. 2tf lfvStrppt. XetrYorL.
TOE GREAT CHWl TEA CO, Give away as Premiums
White Tea Sets. SC, and 70 nieces, with $! nnd SH orders.
Decorated Tea Sets -14 and iCineces, with $11 ard ST1 orders.
Moes I5oe Tea Set?, 44 ami X pieces, with SIS SSI on'er.
White Imported Dinner Sets. US pieces, with S" orders.
Decorated Imnorted Dinner sets, IU pieces, with 5- orders.
Decorated Imported Toi!et Sets, 10 nieces, -with SW orders.
Moss Rose Imported Toi'.ot Sets, lOp'eces, with S15 orders.
Hanfrinij Tjimn with Decorated Shade, with 10 orders.
Stem Windinijhwiss Watch. Todies' or Boys' with 810 orders.
The anie Premiums allowed on Coffee as Tea. Setd your
address for our trt pase Illustrated Catalogue, containiDS
complete Premium and Price Lift. Mention this paper.
Address THE GREAT CHINA TEA CO.,
SlO STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
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VEB AWAY S
Every lady has heard of, even though she mar never
have worn the famous "JFoster" Kid Glove. Tho
"Foster" is ono of tho beat hr.mds of kid ghnes man
ufactured, and the grade we offer retails everywhere at
frotn $1.25 to S1.50 per pair, and in some places at even
higher prices. A good black kid glove Ij nwajs stylish,
ami is a necessity to every lady, young orold,"ande ery
one who answers this advertisement may secure a pair
"Tho Ladies' Bazar" is a mammoth eight page
paper, with a national reputation as one of the best tatn
Jly papers published. Every number Is full of good things
to interest and amuse tho home circle Our premium
offers lead all In value; we want 100,000 subscribers, and
take this way to get them. This advertisement will
appear but once, nnd those who want to secure a pair
of these gloves without cost, must act quickly. State
eizoof jiloves AvaiiU-d. To every person who will
answer this advertisement, and send S3 cents, postal
note or stamps, to help pay postage, etc., we w ill send
"Tho Ladies Bazar," otto year free. This a
totindhiK offer is made to place our paper In 10 0
homes, and unless you act at once, this chance will be
?puc tbrever. Address
Vhbs., THE LADIES' BAZAR, Lynn, Mass.
Mention The National Trlbuasft,
fi BR AGKET SAW OUTFiT FOR 30 GENTS.
With this outfit any
boy or girl can malto
uioucy. With 10
cents worth of wood
:' you can make articles
that will sell easily for
75 cents or more. ou
get your money back
on the tlrst article you
sell. You can make
articles to beautify
to your friends. Persons who work during
I the day can make extra money by savruijr a
I few minutes evenlncs. Send for an out lit
nnd trv it? von will never recret it. Tho
outfit consists of one Steel Bracket Saw Frame,
Extra SawBlades.BradAwl.C'opylns: Paper,
Sand Paper, ono dozen PattcriiH for making
Easels, Match Safes.Wnll Krnclcets, Card Baskets,
&c, one pack Business Cards to give to your friends,
nnd full directions for usine;, packed In a neat box and
Bent by mail, postpaid, for 20 cents; 4 for one dollar.
Address IIOWAJtD MFG. CO., PaoviOESCB, lt.I
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If von havo
not been fortunate elsowhero, try ma for a change.
WeaUsatMs ppr. J1S. II. "WILSON, Cotington, Ej.
VioMtt in eterr County. Sbrewd tna to act ua4cr loitraetkai
tnaarScctctSerrtee. Kxpriciw nt atettsxrj. PrllcuUr ntn
Gran nan Detectlre Bureau Co.il Ario,Ci;!i:at4J
KtuUcu The National Tribune.
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ifLfiOQ PAIRS SS
3 M. 4r;s$
3 fttfH vW &Krul i
a POTCffldraLJO.-. M
r"Viy' . - niyr
J 1 1IiJ "' " n ff"1 TT"-"J
loulsiana State Loio m
ii fiMSL iJEH Sliiral
Eb j "HmH
BUKKER HiLL $g:00
Soto retailers' nnd jobbers
profit. We are the lending
manufacturers of S3 Pants,
CET THE BEST
yn 'jriwir.f i-mj ?- Pin r-pJ
and GUAHAX'TEE EVERY
PAIK. If not satisfactory, -we
replace them with another pair
or KEFUNI THE MONEY.
Our goods are unsurpassed in
materials, style, workmanship,
and finish. We have large capi
tal,and many years' experience.
With our faculties we guaran
tee perfect satisfaction.
Send six cents with your
address ami pec a line 01.
sample cant and a 4S-incli.. linen tape
measure, if you mention this paper.
BUNEER HILL CUSTOM PASTS 00.
120 Summer Street, Uoston, Mass.
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his $S2 lm? Only Sba
SPECIAL 30 DAYS OFFER- -A Fine-
toned VIOLIN, fullebcnized trimminga
with fine bow, extra strings, case, and
i teacher for $5.00 or, send 75c guar
anteenna we win sena u.u.u. lor t4.:y
with 5 days trial, privilege of returning.
iS. T. Root & Sons, o Jacksoa-st.
f People a musical supply Jiouso cmcago
fW.B.-V olinist Should sex d 60c for 1st. V.
ptorourne (32)Cemsof the Bali Room
Heiitt The? u juUTribtas.
P SJ-iri IS 5 ier iiiuiiiii ciitu aA(joiioca,
hnJulllU n.1,1 ..! .rtlvninin nrwoiain to sail our roods !
WANTED by saro'pls and lire et homo. Salary paidj
nil promptly and expense in advance. FuIIpar-
CAI ARV what wo say. AddrcssStandarU Sllver
OHLHiii ivnre o. Itnatou. Mnft.
.Mention lbe .National Trlbunn.
the correct number.
s 3 S32ia
3 Persons making next best guess SSC0 each
OF CLOTHES fora gentleman, or & D3 ESS U
Vf ifitA thf KZ coir M nr c; tri r.nDCDATlllo!
...- .-' -'.". -- ijyM
ana uiorougn y eienns ail kuius tueiotnes. ru L
OR HAK1 WiiRKoN WASH DAT. Last year w,
SCOa weeks you can dothe-ame. burmacaineisthtS
f Iffi .An.T.T.-.tt.3 A 21 n PHI rtOE Ot t f a1. ..-6
BOXirlC.& - am we wilSdeUerloyou.s.urebSi
AGENTS "WANTED SVSRYWHSBE
lht is- watch, tiut urtiiuarjy
sells for3t3.00. FurGOtUjswe
will sell taem at SS.93 nd gliro
svery one an opportunity to get
one sample f ornithine. Cul this
nn nnd uiml fi, lit ifltn &OeeZlt2
ila poste sura jh. as a gnanmteo
faith, which Trill eowr n fionr
asy I s3 trom cypress cn3
ire will sena uie waiea
to yon COD, subject
to examination, iz
exactly m repre
sented, yoa can
oc s.43 aau
taks the watch ;
do not pay
oca cent. Ii
you mII or
of sis S) o
neat 69 days
we will send
you ona free.
This i an im
flmck train move
ment, complete with
a 4-ounc Dneber Sd
verine osna faeo ease
and guaranteed in every
en this watch it suopiy neTps us to sell RoU and gold SU1
rratch'3 fmni our maramotli catalogue which is sent free. Send
order immediately This Ad uv never appear asaia. T1I8K.
W. SEARS W '.TCJl CO., SI, 5rt and S3 Dearborn St., CiilCiflO,
ILL. Reference Any eld reliable business house m Chicago 01
the Fort Dearix-rn aucca) Bank.
alcntiou The National Trlbuna
100 to 4,000
ITHACA, N. Y.
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In case of failure with
tho 1'urker Ke
.New principle, ease,
comfort, irfect se
curity, anu cure or
improved c n liimu ot t.i- rm ture at once The Par
ker Jletenfive Truss furnished FltKE to pen
sioneis. Sen d stomp for treatise. Address the author,
DR. A. H. PARKER,
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nm nMi.cTfi ilonj
Kimterti people lor rullroud
Tare and exiienmes of liio from ant
point cait or the Kociy ilouuulnj, to tisit Tho Great
WHbcr Colony Property, Sacramento 'aUr. Call
furnta. Cur Lou aad California Fruit TracU FREE.
500. at OOO. or 82000 loans will be made toroarn our
East, rn General Agent for Improvements on 5 vean time at il
5 ner cent. Send 10c. pottaze for maps, plain, etc, and aJdrR
r wit PTaTnvi' r"... J. r. , . H
Wllber Colonr. rinelnnntl. Ohio. I O box 8v
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A l-tist Te Foal, uvl la MmMt taVJnt tasva for Mke
ttx. C an frroa, Dthlbtr atone aaa yumnmU; ukuulw mi
rituul uul otuoy rthaUf. C!t fcraiiM ul wxn lM
tilts ttatuilevlftritaisu. FmUs- b rani, mitt, Sir J.
"SCIENCE O HEALTH." for
tue speeay cure ot 2 ervoua XHbtiuy, iost Energy,
Despondency, etc. A copy of t hi book will beaent
(ree.hcaled. Vddreas SCIENCE ofIlKriTn
130 West Sixth Street. Cluclnuutl, Ohio.
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MAMW0MAN. Contains lOdegrecs of
bitbdkuj. uurrenr. can no in
creaaett, decreased, re
versed or-detached at vrii;,
and applied to any part of the
body or limbs by whole faintly.
Carea General. Serrons
and Chronic 3l3caae. It
is light, simple and supextorto
all others. Guaranteed for
onayoar. OnrLarae Illn.
tratert JPAMIMIIET Jrtr
Ing prices, testimonials, mech
anism, and 3impie application
lor the cure ot disease will ba
sent F2S.EE to any address.
DR. OWEN BELT CO.. 191 Slais St., Chicago.
IVl AT H Y-C AY LU 8
A test of 30 YEARS has proved the ffreat merit of
tbw popular remedy, by tho r?piJ uicreade ia faror
with laadln Physici ma everywhere. It U superior to
au otters for the safe, prompt anl enm;.eta cure- of
loner standing or recenEcaM'i. Jioionryislt the rft,
butthecheaiet,as ATJL DRCGGISiS ML' it for 75
Cents pecbottlo of 64 Capsules. CldNitO..PA8ia
WEAK, EKVeHS PSOPLS.
DIt. HCKPS CT!?mm.1Tfl'.
3Enr BMT pcii!v. ry ennsa
iKK, K1D5EY and exhansUsgr
thraDicuiseagesof b thsoiea.
Contain 23 t"l mi tk srrpes oC
!. iCVr . . .riV-"""-'-.,",-lilJ-,Bf'"w
";" ""r"P'l'u't:u";BH,,t''n' nunc powrruj, art"
wnnli, r-rvJfftFttTe amCAI. EIECT8IU BELXla too
WOBXD. Electric Sa?pen3ones free- with. 2e Belts.
Avoid Dognj companiptf witatrwnr aliases and wortB
o?3nmltati0alr ELECTRIC TRtSsKS FOB BrPTOEZ.
nouj wmn.11? PorIthtTea pamphieC
CR.W. J.H0HNE.SHVESTC8. 191 WAEASHAV fimSSk
ilentlon The National Trfbuna,
I do not mean merely to stop them rorathne and
then havo them return. I mem a radical cure. IcaTra
madelTTS. EPLLEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a
life-Ionff stndy. I warrant r.y reiredy to cure the
worbt cases. -Because others have fsiiedn no reason
' only one In tho world ceneratlsa
iT'7wSr aconuauoua .itcirxe x Maspitlut
Al f i &2- current. Scier.tiSff.Powerful. Curable-.
VtZJCoinfortablo aud Effective. Avoid Iraoda,
A1JSO ELECTJilC KELTS FOlt DISEASEsT
Oi. HOSfiE, IOTENTC3, 191 WAUASa AVI.. QHlUk
Mention The National Tribura.
rheae tiny I .ipsu.es arrest ja 46
hcura witnout inconvenience
those affections in -which Copai
Cubeba and Injections fail.
BEST TRUSS EVER USED!
Imrjrovwl Tliulr. TW.a
TA'ora night and day. Poat
'tvely cu?a Hnptore. Sent
mail everywhere. Write
THE DR. HOUSE H. Y.
ELASTIC TRUSS GO.,
7-14 Broailvrar, N. T
Stronet laTignrant loown. Ci-m "ITervoaa DeoiUty,
ailr- rnt'Iiaat'Vi"rre"t't'-.vi. I)rngjfi r mail. Si,
WI1COX SrVECUTlO CO., ybila., .
ELECTRIC BELT FREE.
To lntroduco it we will give, tree of charse. a few oS
our eriiian Slectro t.'aivnnic Sasncnsor?
Debiaty, Varicocele. Emissions. Im potency. Ac
F.T.rn irR rn a r.pnv, p.o. f tnr its, Rwytyrt, 2f,y.
Kvxror FH2E. A Ttecim nt
1 3 a 3 1 fe w lo vouthfai Iniyradence can&lm
Premature Decay, Nervous Debility. L-t Manheed. 5Ee,
having tried in vain e-prv known remedy, haadtecovered
a -impie rnean-i of lf '-'ire, which he will send (sealed)
FKEli to his fellow- -sitTerer Aiidresa.
J. H. KEr-VES. P O. Bok38, New York.
TATS WPfilf PlSSgtlTOtTeTincrfrotneef
M - f S fell rors, early dey, Jwf
manhood, etc J will swaa a vahwibte treatise fseaJem
coftauimsr full particulars for home cure, free or
charw. Address, "
PROF. F. C. FOWLER, Moodus, Conn.
Uililll alllalS renna brib,m.i frm thu f
f ects of youtlif ul error?, early dnmy. lost BeboOd7et., wiH
learn of a simple remedy ntxn by addressing C J. JLiSON,
Post Office Boa. 3i;, N-w York dty.
I j v AqoicJi.-perniaaeuieure
I for lest or falliag
li manhood. aervetwnafw.
weakness, unnatural loeees. lack of stsemtfe,
vigor cr development, caassd by IwiHarreaoH.
excesses, etc. Valuable took nt ..xaieif) fn.
ESTS .rKDICAX. CO.. BTXFFAiO. 27. "2".
fe5 ti BtSii c fcraKncai nescsa eeMHs.
ilSU 335i83mfi- liatracttoBS or self
treatment at home for the cfrteta emvB of eSee3
of youthful errors, lost manhood, etc Addrem
S. CLARE, LeesYillc. Cena-
A SUFFERER ZSMi
lost vfcor, ptc.'waa restored to health la such are
markable manner after ait e?-e bad failed, that he
will send the mode of m FREE to all fellow suffer
ers. Address L. G. 3LITCHF.T.T, East Haddam, Cons.
Knight's rcsA) eel and
Vcuayrojal PUu for irres'.i-
Jar monthly persodajure sate,
Js eifectuaJ aad the only ea-
urae. Sent anvwhere on receipt of $!. by AursKB
JP. KsiauT,Unjssit,3Sue sue atruet, umcnip.i.i
e. on a Sample Fattae r Hart's fffcrall f. Vfsrtc.last
rtgar.liriraJoon toWomaa"" IFiaM wprt
aatto Tery IaJj. I S105 SPECLtLTi CO., SK Ha, Casa.
I ,Ou-5ersReHr for"Woea"li f
. "25 got. Oral . Taoay or Pennyroyal
promptly on receipt of L ami tU. mrtampnforpertaget
or we t ill scad f n'l pnrtieulara f r a &. atump.
This CuIitU A Eleli iled. Co., Esatiliiit.u. Oso.
I or ynrpWri Habit hi rry tonaalj
be cared br lie Dr. J. L. 9teikcu 1E1
8h pij, woiea sever miih m wot:
B -. trva:ieen: p ter ran. tTe have vita
Ie3lj cured mora ttia to Odd eases. Ao rX TILL CCikB.
AdOresa TEE I8. J. L. STKPHKSS CO., LEBASOJf, OHIO.
V.P BS 5s S CURED in 15 Days.
S3 a. Sal iaSu LMt 2aEJd. ftI- 9f
lues sail Uaiae Care, FSX. Br. B. K. Loire, Wia.tl, esaa.
PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH STT""4
Jr.STSINBACK WILSON, Chie4E.
Mentiou The National Tribune.
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Mention The NsOiooal Inhuae.
HOW TO MAKE THEM.
BY MRS. C. S. JONES AND HEKRY T. WK.LWMS.
"This Book is One of the Best Com
panions a Lady Can Have."
There la no better or more Talnable book tor any
woman old or young than this beautiful volume of li
page, with 635 Illustrations. It will tell her inaaatera
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person wore attractive, and the directions are aU stain,
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how to do the most with the least iw.ney.aBd how ia
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