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lor iSnlo ro -Vt-i"j.a-o
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AMcncaa Bark Amy Inner
H. H ACKFELD & CO.
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AN INVOICE OF
MERCHANDISE FRENCH GOODS
TT"" MTDKX TO STXAH ruAI.
Tte Mm-ibs: Assortment
Cs- Beston Card Matches
"SJLDIAXT" SESOSZKE OIL,
fenl Stbtbs and Ship Chandlery,
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PLANTATION STORES I
cns.Ls. ssr rc .
Selected for this Market,
: Just Keceired Ptr Hav. Bark 'Ka 31o!,'
, Irom Sromon.
ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS,
HEAVY KU'C AND StTKIVED DUN IMS,
SMi? Mrs. Sat i TVlla.
3rm cwttm Cca. aaa caaon,
la (kaM kwcH Turner lid.
tOK ul Cssxia sart!. Uwa al BsSu23.
m xa nm. sww nm.
raCE SUI. SO-3 AMD .
D R Y GOODS,
"-"i r 'i',rr' !- -Umirea.' s a
:tei naaca 3 S-a-M Casa-a, 3 ah
"Mm 11 limit ' T I im i M II iurdhBatt
Nw wewt Cttt cIa Crvtx.
SmLa. Xm -C AS. TTT?B& ftsci.
I-.&lxtxs and Oils
K.-rr! Votrfmt Grjc Valet- fftwt
Oishx&trt JHa$o2jbt etc
TteT"1 00. SQwrk. sf Ouonhl Xetr-scs.
:sx ls (Mn Hrr.rctxiV
Zm Oksj Tik
Tftr y--J Ctttaa SwckS&r u4 oc-i.
, Asst. of Shawls, Umbrellas Parasols
Large Asst. of Superior Clothing
AMurcarac aou,Twia E tM G it.
FETE ASST. OF SADDLES,
Kct-1 rrrac C.Mtii,
Ownte. Sa, U Siac
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1 mf SETS F SCKLE RIKXESSES,
VV O O 3C "WAIIE.
ElSTrEl rflE SiHSELS D SHQQKS
ntac a vw CftTi.
Ifrwi tTn-HM.ri-T vuxs&drac
as 3TJ3I or
cXrrxys Tresli Oysters,
ll iSSL tafes S!52! FliffijlS i
c. Fac Wtx. Uswp Into, SJvtts,
Fine Asst. of Rhine Wine,
i3a &CMJ, a. b buta. w'-i-aJ K;r cycs.
EA VASA GESJLtX CJGARS
rray gr Ofl. 3 So?, grssiio sag COciW.
A SMALL KTOIGB OF JEWELRY
Toys and Fancy Goods, &c
XVmmecrmsc Cirfs. t5c
lla'seoctl Beet rttea iJ rint oca. i
Owfci.TwyE&MAXtaa'at, Sect. uv
Taav& P-erots Srrri. larpty 5jt9 SArrvZa.
AX IXDtTEXnSST JOCSXAX,
DEVOTED TQ HAAYAIIAX PROGRESS.
rumjsuKii and KPim bt
HE.VRY il, WHITXE'r.
IVobicb In India.
A writer ia Cmtll' Xagulne (London)
liniti a dark picture of the social condition of
rcmea ia IudU : " Tbere can be no more in
trrwting object ot bnvolent raterjirits than
the improvement of the social coodition of the
Kromen of India. The estimation in which the
native Indian woman U held ia well brawn bjr
Eoglisbtaen how jbe ia compelled to under-
nDEiDAl. OCTOBER 10. 1ST7. ,uinJ 0f husband ; while the lord and mas
ter enwrs his life to the utmost, workrd for,
waited on, and looted up to bjr his wife and
slave. The wretched existence of these wo
men has been described pretty clearly in a sin
gle sentence: 'She is unwelcomed at her
birth, nntaasht in her childhood, enslaved
when married, accorded as a widow, and often
calamented at her death." tady Anna Goro
Langton has been recently visiting India, and
has taken much pains to acquaint herself with
the manners and customs of the natives, es
pecially in the sooth of India. Indian chil
dren, she inform ns, are married at eisht
years of age. Kative fathers consider it a
disgrace ta have single girls in the famil v, and
endeavor to get them married in childhood ;
but when married they do not always go at
once to their husbands' home. Although bat
little money is laid out ia clothes or education
the marriages are very ejpenive, as there is
a great deal of teasting: indeed many families
have been impoverished for years by the ex
pense of marriages. Infanticide is not so pre
valent now as it was a few years ago, and Gov
ernment has done a great deal to put it down.
The marriages are generally arranged by the
old women, who go from family to family to
discover suitable matches; The men in India
are to a great exteitt ruled by the women, who
are very conservative', and have decided ob
jections to anrioprnvyHent in their customs.
The lower-class women work vcrr hard, mil
ling stone rollers, cutting; grass, and helping
their husbands in brick-laying, Widows are
treated by the natives very badly; their
clothes and jewels are taken from them, and
they are made as miserable as possible.
'Nothing says Lady Anna Gore-Langton,
' is more painful than to see the vacant, hope
less, melancholy faces of the adult women;
and nothing' is more wanted than lady doctor,
who might save Indian women much suffer
ring.' SirSalar Jung exerted himself some
time back to secure a lady doctor for India.
He had to send to America for .one, and
she has cow a large practice among the na
Tbcee Cossacks have some very nrioat cut
toras. They are aS comparatively youa; men.
and near!; all of courte married to young wives.
It cftea happens, as in the present lastaace,
til they are awr from h joe doru a war for
cae or eves three or four years, and the natural
result is that eunj of the wites left behind do
not Jwsys prove to tw Lucretias. Th Cos
sacks are qaiU awire of this, and many of them
cc ttartiag home buy a white scarf or lundker
eaief. which they take with thea. Upon eater
lug their vtliajvs the whole popalalioa women,
girt. oM oea and children coae cat to meet
them, iceladinsr. of course, the wives of the re
tarsts? wsndrrers. Now. thew of the wives
who cave been uataithf si to their lirds. of which
there is usaalty a cocsiderahle sprinkling, go
fcrwtrd to thetr hatbands, kneel down before
thea in the road, pal their fices ia the dast,
asd place their hatband's foot upon their necks.
Thrs is a cocfesstoa of guilt, and at the same
line a prayer for f.pvenes. If the husband
then covers his wife's head wits the white scaH.
it mesas that he forgives her. uk no question
sad obliterate the pis:. Ia thi case no one
has a right ever to reproach the wife with her
inconstancy, sad if asy ooe should be rash
eoooh to do so he woatd hae tocoint with
the hasbaad. who is the prelector of las wife's
house. It cs the contrary, the white handker.
chief is not produced, the woman returns straight
to her Cither house without train eateriuj her
csbsds dweiiief . and a divorce is proaouaced.
AHhozjh there " is generally a cocsidenbte
prinklicz of women who coe forward to kneel
dowaaed pet their faces la the dost, it rarely
happeas that they are cot forgiTeo. A very
trxxal scene, howerer. is related ta which the
reverse t.k place. A returning Cossack was
informed by a malicious neighbor before he
reached tus come that his wife'had been uclaith
fsl. without wsitwr to see whether the guilty
woman would come forward and confess her sins.
The comrades of tie Coack perceived that he
had alt of a siddea taken to drink and dissipa
tion, althocgh he was cat i man giien to iheee
vices. When he reached his viUse his wit, as
he feared, uae forwsrd, knelt dowu. and pat
her face 13 the das: at his feet. The scecUtor.
saw htm tcck at her as she Uy la the dost for a
long Use- Two or three Uiues he put his haad
ia his breast lor the white hanckerctisf. as if he
were going; ta cuter the repeatast woman's head
two oc thnw Usws the moteaeat was n
stmsed. Finally, as if dnieo by a suAIu im.
pulse, te aii at occe drew his sho-saka, and with
oae stroke severed her head from her tody. Th
puaishmeat for the crime was two months itn
ensocmeat, white the mahmous neighbor who
had taken the trouble tfefcrehaad to inform him
of hi wife's oiseacdsct was sentenced ta Siberia
tit three vears.
t nau jki corczB satis
JL SOSKlrtS JLm iriwial
All Goods at Lowest Market Sates ,
Aw M LIXnU X4Xt.
" Ccn n te emr Isjfts Jrvdtlr ,aa.
Tiie Best in the Market
FOR SKI TO ARRIVE !
lark lattle laclear.
Sbroei esrfiMsd Oregon,
AXExicsjr xirrjicrvKt. i
2pBjjroC3rCE BIT aw rXXSTTXS TO '
Superior so say Lead Imported
a law Aea will -Trfirw wnca opKiar u
IB7nuaQKait F3&SAIX.ST .
W1IDEE Ji CO.
lausUlerIu Cattle wills Dyna.
The Loodoa PaH Mali Gixelte of July 24 Mtt:
"it interesting wxperiment wis made last week
at a hcrje slatrhtencr estib&haeut at Dadley.
with the views of tesucza new system of slaoga-tenug-
cattle by aeons' of dynamite, and this
pctrii tha out of existence mote speedily and
with fct suferioj: than ty the ordinary poSe-axa.
Two large, powerfil horses aad a donkey (dis
abled fee wurkere ranged in a line abjii half
a yard apart, under a saed. the donkey beisg
pliced ia the centre. A saaS primer of dsna
nite. with in electric fuse attached, wis then
fhced oc each cf their foreheads asd fasteaed
ta positiOQ by a piece cr stria? under thejsw.
The wires were then coupled up in circuit, aad
attached to 'he electric machine, which stood
about ve yards ia fruct. The handle of the
machine being thea tamed, aa eieetrx current
was Cbcharzed which exploded the taree eiarzes
sinsaitaaeously, and the animal instantly f?Q
dead without a smgte. The whole aur wu
otr 12 two minutes, aad the experxount appears
ta hare ceea a perfect success. It wis cob
dactedby Mr.Jshasaa. ajeat forXobeTjEx
ploatts Cccpaay, GSow. aseied by Nr.
Harris, cue of. the dyaamite ustrictorsJ By
this ceaas, it is stated, any number, eiea a hun
dred or more, caulemay iasuatly be kilted by
the same current ef electricity. There caaaot
be a cocbt that the present system ci slaoxter
eg cattle is opea to the eharje of tein cruel
and barbarous, and the sSzhtest waat of ikiU ca
the part of the sits jhterer cfies sahjects the un
happy beasts ta horrible torture. Any attsmpt
to extinguish fife paialessTy is t in the
right 5rectai3. cotocJy as regards cattle, but
also as regards criminals sentenced ta capital
pcarshaucs. whose case eqtaSy deserves cos-,
TUc Jlost Keiunrknlilc Face in
DisraelTs appearaace : I here hangs from the
crown of the head a single curl of dark hair, " a
cart which you caaaot look at withoat feeliag a
touch of pathos ia your inmost heart, for il is the
only thing about the worn and silent man re
winding yua of the brilliant youth of 'Vtvisa
Grey. The face below tfcis solitary lock is very
deeply marked with furrows left by "care's plough
shire; the ae dark eyes look 'downward; the
mouth is closej with a nrmcess that says more
forth man's tenacity of wilt than pages of
eulcgy wouU do ; but what suites you more
than anything else is the utter lack of expres
sion upon the countenance. Xo one lookin; at
the fice, though bet for a moment, could fill
into the error of supposing- that expression and
intelligence are not here ; they are there, but ia
coccealaeat." The fsce is deaa shaven, and an
utter clank the face of a sphinx "tie must
reaurkaUs face ia Kniand."
A Terrible Title.
The following are a list of the Cxar's titles
which are appended to his imperial ukases and
other oCciii deeds : Alexander th ciecoad.
Emperor, autocrat of all Rassias. of Moscow.
Kiew, Visdimir. aad Novogurod ; Tsar of Casaa
and Astrakaa; Iser of Siberia ; Isar of Chelov ;
lord cf Psfcn5 ; prince of Smofcask, Lithuania,
Volhjcia. Podolia. aad Finland prince of Esiho
cm, Livonia. CohrUad : of Byastock. Perm. VI
atka. BaTgaria and sereral other countries ; lord
and pnece of Xiiai-N'oTogorod. Tehernigoff.
Eeixaa, Polotsk. Hostov. Jaroslay, Vitepek;
docuaitor c-Clhe hyprboreua regions; lord cl
Armenia ; lord of AU-ka ; herediur tord and
sovereign oltae prracely Tcherkesees. cf the
-oouataia princes' and others; heir to the
kingdom of Norway ; dake of Slaealt-Hotsteia ;
dake of Ofcleaburg." EememDer aid put this
aS 00 the ecrdope wtea you write Aleck a
The Indian Famine.
Sunrise on the Himalayas.
We reached the summit cf Jckha long before
dajlnak. aad anxiously awaited the dawn. The
sky appeared aa enormous dome ot the richest
massy sapphire orerhaaginr the lofty pinnacles
of the Ueaxlays.which weracf iadescnbafcly deep
hues, aad strangely Iialjstic forms. At length,
Sve vast beaming shadows sprang upwards from
t hah peaks, as though the giant day had
grxsped the raijhty barrier to raise himself,
while ia the same instant the Ezht rolled ia
cesse narrfitg volume through the broad saow-
TUcTurkl.h .UlnUteur ol War.
The Pasha of Bagdad is the despotic ruler
of the largest and meat important province in
Turkey. Uo hat the command of a large army
which is stationed at Bardad and other towns
within his paslialic, which 11 bounded on the
east and south by tho Persian frontier and the
Gulf. More than once, ambitions men holding
this position, so remote from the home Govern
ment, have been suspected of designs to ren
der themselves independent sovereigns a de
sign which was successfully accomplished in
1SJ0. by Mohammed Ali, Pasha of Egypt. At
the time of my visit to Bagdad, the Governor
was the present Turkish Miuistor of War, Ro
dif Pasha, a successful General and a man of
unquestioned energy and ability., Once while
I was in Bagdad, lie had an opportunity to
show his power as a despotic ruler, and he act
ed with a nerve and energy worthy of all praise.
The Tigris, which had been on the rampage
for two months, at last broke through the dikes
some ten miles above the city, and the torrent
(weeping down with irresistible force, did
great damage to tho crops, and in a single day
turned the broad plain back oftlie city into an
immense lake. The water was onlr kept from
fiou ing into the city by an embankment out
side the walls, which in many places was out
of repair. Great fear was felt of snch an in
undation as occurred in 1631 the year of tho
plague when seven thousand houses fell in a
single day. Here was an emergency calling
for prompt action. The Pasha issued an order
closing all the knurs and shops, and for four
days impressed the whole malo population
(foreigners excepted) to work on the dikes.
Half the force was Bent up the river, and the
balance set to work to repair the embankments
around the city. I rode out in that direction
one morning, and witnessed a lively scene.
Several thousand men were at work, and the
Pasha liimslf was on the spot, surrounded by
a brilliantly uniformed staff, superintending
the operations. These energetic measures
saved the city. The break in the dyka up the
river was stopped, and tho water gradually
As there are no American Ministers or Con
sular Agents in this part of the world, before
leaving Cairo I had inclosed a letter of intro
duction to our Minister at Constantinople, with
the request that he would forwad to me at Bag
dad such credentials to the Pasha as might be
of service in any excursion I desired to make
to Babylon or other places of interest in Meso
potamia. Upon reaching Bagdad I found
' awaiting me a firman from the Turkish Govern
ment addressed to the Pasha, and commending
the American traveler in the strongest terms
to his hospitality and protection. I pen my
entrance to the audience room of the Pasha I
found him seated at the further eud of the
apartment, near a large table covered with pa
pers, and as I enters i he rose and advanced to
ward me, shook hands, and courteously mo
tioned me to a seat beside liitn. lie is a large
man, tall and quite por-ly, perhaps forty-five
years old, with a full face, brown beard and
eyes sharp and piercing, his dress was entirely
European, except the fcr, without even a but
ton to indicate his rank. His countenance in
dicates energy and firmness, and his manners
are courteous and pleasing. Several c (Seers
of rank standing near were presented to me,
but no one was seated except the Pasha and
myself. As he spoke only Turkish and Ara
bic, Mr. Stanno, a Levantine in the service of
the Government, was summoned to act as in
terpreter. Oar conversation was necessarily
slow, bnt the questions and replies were very
readily translated, and I felt quite, at my ease.
I found the Pasha very intelligent as to the
geography and government of foreign coun
tries, and he seemed fully ta comprehend that
England and America were two distinct and
seperate countries. He offered me every faci
lity for seeing Bagdad, and said that, as I was
the, only American who had ever visited him,
he hoped I would receive a favorable impres
sion of the country. Scribner for September.
HoasxnxsH roa ilroax Food. In IST5, the
horse butcheries cf Paris famished, for public
consumption, 9Jbo3 horses, asses and males ; in
1ST5 Ihey furnished 9,751, giving 1,63.40 kil
ogramme c" i bul At Lront. the cam.
her has diminished from 1.265 in 1ST5 to 1.0S3
ia 1575. Oa the 1st of January there were iS
butcheries ia Pans and only seven in Lyons.
At its meeticg, on January 9ih, the committee
de la viands d ckeral awarded a lilf er medal to
M. Petard, who has nine butcheries in Pans, as
a reward for his enterprise.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A GEHEBAL assosmt of
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores :
Far Sale bj-
SUES FBOH I-t To 1-2 IXCII. IX OCAS.
T1THCS to nit. BKrinlftt'Ciu.'
talfeys between them, aad sooa the glorious orb onn n:i vr n I
arose with Minding- splendor over the Yaaa. aad '300 Co"s I,e'w' Bedford Cordage,
a vviirrrn sura. rrm i i-a t 1 1.3 intti
A S cmls Sew HsOrorl WhaltLfi CutSar FtUa. aU,
SSLS. OF EXTRA FLOUR!,-
lilf jfii i?
Cliff t. i: 1 J
uAw,asi.i -i fcii.i-ni seieirim irsa --.-..i . . r. i i.-t.. r .
&TOTfdIi&j4ipst(i,t( moment these rising Kjfitsdes flaw off their
famsaelroa AaxustlWt tottetsii. Itsays. miiht y rarmenu cf the purest biWaad stood I
Ia Maoras the sitaatjea ts not imsnved any- , ,ti m reb1 cf purest white. The iaterme-
SZZ'vJZZ?? -?L!"m- : date mountains cai their &joiatd. dark broad
hatocr . ekce and Salenv, where 9U.77L are shxiows acros the swelhaz raaaes below, the
ij 1 u "-aJ.trecetvmg gratait- urmediat plains were 2Iaiahaid.a!Igorseoas,
cos relief. Ia Mysore the crop prospects ire ail tie mefaUe variety of earth becioe duunct.
won. and showers fcss frequent ; H3 are cc Ii iu dav. aad the vakeles soul of the 1-
? the wcrks ccrecetvias; graaitoaj 1 re2f. More 1 li'n smiSat.
Si? SI CO
Bcres sf Dried Herrings, i St I.
lC,00 Ccdsr Shingle's,
mini -i if
05i!i- s5illt I
favnracfe accounts coctrcae cf tie ccocStion cf
crspa ta iae sxaenj presuiescy. Uwicr ta re
cent rains ia the scrth west provinces tie aa
taaa crop ra the tSvisioos ef Aira aid Jhsasi
is nearly lost aad ta the Aiakxcai aad Be cares
civsuks it is critxa. Then has bea a rood
na ta Meerut aad Holuteaad. The crops ia
Qreh are esieriaa; from hot winds. Tie cocdi
tica cf Beefiaa- Is critical sod that ef Girahcr.
Reakhataca aad Hydenhad tui. There is
macs ensss ta the scuta cf aams domiaioas.
"rrxa will I. out of fear cf th world, with
draw the eoosolatioa cf my friendship from aay
ace who has iaaacsently incarred Iu baa. and
cever vS I a3ow mjseif ta be guidni ia my ac
ticcs toward him by the false appearaacss which
determine ethers, instead of by what I know
myseK sad by what I myself have expenecced.
If my friend has been Ira ta m. I have ao
right aad it is cruet la believe that he win be
base to ethers, aa! I hare ether evidences
Taw iMccan; is improved, aad prospect are good lhaa the say-so c( tho who may be prejadked.
oeccaa, twroeaa ami ia the central or Uiaded be their passions.
tbs a53 szr ta;.
CKXK, MACFASXAN-E & Co.
BOOT AMD SHOE STORE!
Ccrr:er Fcrt Jl Merchant Sta.
XAS JTST UCEVD
IS RST Cw?H7t I5SZS7KIT CF
Ls4fes fees and ChiMrea's
Boots d&2 Slioes
SIw ISA RICHftWOSOW.
"JlwWraBajBawhaawjfcjfc, UTt. KttVakZ wk LaXKsX THwf ffw.
?l73 "'. If2z S3raf . s"at Fresenrea Meats.
iio ti in g r. ti n a. ,y-mi. ' I J-1'. aapa
'nri Till aiiilwiilliwi iif wiaui.7 Wjim -ill jmr -ttw SCe,lin'4,B'
p rariaces cf Berar, Isdcce and Batlaa.
Cesnsaar L sro. Fax. The Core t d Para, .
ta his recent wrk cc lie EeheSoa. says : -A
' carious ercaaistaac sreuccced la tie cCcfal'
aaccuats cf th battle cf GeUysijarz, which was
fewctt epea rrouad ccmparaavtry weeded,
shows ta what exuat. en Beth sale, the x
eucest cf tie ccect caased ri tee cfs'f
posNSisica amcss sdditrs who a been acsas
tased (or some time takaadas their arcs.
Aacca ZtMO badad aakeu picked up u
raadoolca ti SeU cf hatUe. cc4oarth cciy .
r rt.rwiir laaaea , i.iAT.u cceumeii esca a
dechfe charge, and ti ether ka!f from three
ta tea chases la sec there were six ea.1s ta
a stec charrs cf pewcer . ethers ceacaiaed
earsradge. ca th tap cf th ctir. withcat
hanac- ceea cpeced , tbiacn. twraty-thrs
cccpiete charge reculiriy iaserad. sad aaSy.
is ti barrel ef a sa$t casist lien wert .-uad,
Crac7yjtm6id tcttier, twtnty-two US,
stxty-twa bcek-siac, witi a pra'pcrtlaat eaaao
tyfpcwdr. The sauvecsrs ef ti baai ad
surahiy depict ti cocmsaac ; caa easily caa
cs ti icif.er succiac te lead is ra wha
its camcaawas ar iiraaeia, aad Vna l ef
stepptnx ta rrcot aoa Era? CC Ms piee. rs-awwiag-
ii tperatoco cf Soadtaj aatS th wia
pca hecnaes a sst tastrxsat ia kia haaJ
fcet we sicte'd snt nm'j critzts ti Aaeri- 1
caa souutr m. iu lmwnrl, tor a Jf .- that
aamaatfyji f lie taa ttd cf tfel Criasa ,
As A army tar Rs TaaTCA TTt Cslo-1
rada heed ts iarratata- hiawff .hr.J .! i
B0Mit WhalcUa. CtttSar laCa te
PEB -co n I S G A."
Lewis's CsMraod WmO. UwVl FVk!. ta caO-
ca as4 Hatfanaa Jan.
Ca uwm, Qui, orstm voiimi'i
Cases tacntx iwm Cm ta tot antcl Is ih
Cum ajwinl Ttriuaia. Manned Soa;a. Tua
ST! rovSaUtT BOLUS I Co.
Saloon. Pilot Bread.
JS CASES AMD QCABTKR CS9ICS, kmlTrtl
Pacific Eubber Paint Company'
ftUU ABTICTX IS rot SALE BT
130LI.ES & Co.
Ta Sabter rabt la jaa nlttnlH, il tanaabx
Iris said that cf ti ItJXO British trocja
who partiapated ia ti recent rtti t;d cia
eevirs aader ti dh-rctioa cf th Coeamaader-
. f -is . r . , t. . K. - . .
w-.ui, r ini jiarsaai a. a. u. in LMJ 01 "i"nim,iii aav itm ft a trial UiUr
Cambriig. a-lout I 00 wtr placed hon d 1 ?5?J!!Ljn.?s".a' w"t
fpJ L completely 'Tj , tt2EU?"
march aad aSUry Ehntaeats ra which they i , Botxxs a o.
wers called apco U tirvre. The naestics caw T ' '
hewmaay wuuil b r4out ef ssch a fare if j i.ifaT ! LIGHT!
,t had u perform iu sralstio-s ia lis tic ef a I 'Ht T-vtirciyi:i havk jrsr nr
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Wines anil Spirits, Alcohol,
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