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TOT TENNESSEE FRUIT.
THI3 GROWING INTEREST DISCUSSED
Col. A. S, JesBop, of the Humboldt Mes
senger, Interviewed Strawberries la
Abundanoe and of Splendid Quality
Peaches a Promising Crop.
"Tlio fruit interests In West Tennossce
far exceed any In the South," said A. 8.
Jewop, publisher of the Meucnger, of Hum
boldt, yesterday in an interview with an
Appeal reporter, Vand but few people out
side of the fruit section have any idoa of
the extent of tho business.
"It is about twenty-two years since Col.
John W. Rosnman, ot Gadsden, planted
the first strawberries and fruit trees," con
tinued Mr. Jcssop, "and from "the few
plants and trees then set out the acreage
has Increased to nenrly 7,000 in the region
of which Humboldt is tho natural centor.
It is true that Gadsden, situated five miles
south of Humboldt, on the Louisville &
lS'ashvillo ltuilroad, has the greatest acre
age of strawberries, and ships mora than
any one point in Tennessee, but Humboldt
butt the greatest acroiitfo in berries, fruits
and vegetables and tlio net returns for tho
shipment. Third on the list of important
Bhipning points is Gibson, iivo miles north
of llumlnldt, on tho Louisville & Nash
ville ltuilroad. Dver, on the Mobile &
Ohio, conies fourth, then Jackson, Me
dina, Henderson, Greenfield and Fruit
land, in about tho order named.
"Of this acreage probably ono half is in
strawberries, and in about two weeks more
the tields will bo full of pickers, working
from daylight until ultnost dark, picking
this much prized fruit for the Northern
mnrkets. Tho tint berries this year wire
liiiiod from Humboldt, on the 13th, by
W. Z. Tralues. Thev were of the C'rvstul
City variety, tho earliest berry in this see
lion. JjiKt HtturUiiv six cases were
shipped from Humboldt ami tho same
number from GudsJen. Theso berries
will continue for a couple of weeks when
tho main crop, the Wilson's and bharpless
will begin to riK'U and it is tiien when the
season fairly opins. West Tennessee is
then tho busy portion of the titiite, every
body is at work and everybody has money.
The towns arc full of commission men from
the Northern cities, local agents are do
ing all in their power to secure shipments
to tho houses they represent and wagon
load after wagon load of the bright, red
fruit is being driven to the depot platforms.
It Is then that tho adiuirur of Southern
enterprise should sec us and nolo the great
advancement of tl.u agricultural nurNui s.
"Tomatoes follow the berries. There are,
probubly, at Humlioldt about 250 ucres in
tomatoes, an im-rense over lust year of
fully 60 per cent., and an Inciuitan in two
vcurs ot neariv its) per cent, louuitoes
tiring a yiuld ot $luu per acre,aitd although
it is coiumleruhlo trouble, to euro for the
pluuts until they are set in tho Held, they
are over with so quickly that a crop of luto
potatoes can be planted on the Mine
ground. Tho averKO in other vegetables
w as yet limited, but every year more and
more" of every vegetable lit planted, ns
everything cau bo grown in the nuturully
'Tenches will be ripe about May CO, and
then is another bimy time for the slii
peni, an the crop liui-l be immediately dis
poned of. as the early peaches are very ten
tier and very rupidlv decay. Juno apples
are, thin year, an almost total failure, but
there are plenty of varieties that follow
tiiein fc quietly that tho Uwa of tliein will
not le felt to any great extent Coming
Inter li ro tho pearx, largo, inagiiillefirf,
Itiriotis penrn, soino of which, the 1-e
Conies and Keifers, cannot be excelled
even in California.
"The shipping facilities are excellent
' and tho rail road companies sro full v alive
to needs of the shippers. The Muliil.i A
Ohio promises to deliver cars to the Illi
nois Ccntrai, so to gel the early innYninn
delivery in Chicneo ami the 1ouiMville A
Nashville offers still grester Inducements,
and prouiiM-s to put their train into
Chirauo a full hour ahead ot any other
road and thus gel the cream of the market.
The diKtribuiioii of the crop this year will
I U'tler than ever Ix-fore, as an amovi.
lion ha been formed by tho leading
shipiH'rs, in fact, those representing W
per cent ol tho oereuite, and through a
liusineM timnnger, located at Humboldt,
they will keep Ihemnolvos pouted as to the
bn.1 markets and prevent the placing of
more fruit in a city than ran be readily
dispoaed of at good rates. It tho shipers
will only stick totrether this year they will
accomplish more than by all previous or
"To sum np, let me say, that West Ten
ncmae is tho icarden sot ot the whole
fcouth, and wiUi as bright a future as any
place in (be country. Humboldt is the
Lost town iu tho wholo set-lion, and
while not on a boom Is rapidly growing
and the men lmnts are doing a Dntt-claM
Luoineaa. If anybody wants a good town,
wnh all the advantage, a line climate,
good land and water and a kind and
liable people, send Ibem to Humboldt"
Election of Tax Aesossor Crop Pros
pect The Proro"d Railroad, Eto.
Kiwlal llitrh to The A.nh1.
Roiivah, Tenit., April 23. Tlio Quar
terly County Court convened bero today
in extra sraoion to elect an Aawasor ot
Tsxrs to fill out tho unexpired term of
William II. Carrulh. (hTeaed. W. A.
McPonnld, of riK-ahoulus, was duly
elocted and wilt lie iuiinedialely Installed.
He is a man of largo experience, good
judgment and fine sense, and will no
doubt 1)11 tlieolllce entlaMrtoniy.
From all ttrta ot the comity comes the
ratifying intelligence of splendid crop
pro-peel. The clovor, oats and grown-
never lisiked better, and forward corn lins
all been planted. Tho acreage of clover
lina lirva err ally increased, and luielll
runt farm ra are Mpidly aiundoning cot
ton for the more cerium and prolitublo
raining of the grMoe and small grain. The
soil h'-re, wlueli I generally red clay, is
peculiarly soiled for clover, and nowhero
in the I'nited Mates does it grow iu such
luxuriance. The irull crop 1 now assured
unless some phenomenal disaster over
takes IU reaches, apples aixl pears prom
urn a lurimaP-iJ.
The nroiHwed railroad from Whitevillc,
or Siinervilie, on the Midland via the
insane ssvlum. and llolivar to llenilerson,
an.. I thence caal to the coal ami Iron beds
of Middle Tvuncaxre is sgain sgituting the
tuMic lirre. hncli a Mule would imne
tratw a richer and bolter mineral region
tlisn that to lie rrached lv the main line
of the Midland KallroaiL llctd. It
would ulve to Memiihia the trn.lu of a Wrl
torv now tributary to Louisville, M. Louis
and Now Orleans ami throw Jn your lap
J(i,(M) b.ilcs of cotton annua'ly that
would otherwise And other markets, to
atfasW fla ..BBBHST asSSsaa . eSa JeaA BBlBBBBaW
SHIPwTS MLAX)H TO
say nothing of the corn, livestock, timber,
this contemplated road w ill soon become a
necessity, and when built, it will give
Memphis another line to these fertile
fields and rich mineral deposits.
Williams & Co., dcalcre in lumber in
vour citv. have an airnnt liiim nntraffod in
buying up timber lauds contiguous io
Hutchie liiver. Thoy have already se
cured near a thousand acres of heavily
timbered virgin forests lands, abounding
in cypress, gum, poplar, hickorv and oak.
There is a bonanza in these lan Js for some
body as they can bo bought now for f-'.OO
to $5.00 por acre, and it is frequently found
that the timber on one acre is wcriu more
than tho Drice of a whole tract.
The increase in w heat acreago and the
interest in its cultivation bus aroused at
tention to tho importance of erecting a
rollor flouring mill here, and enterprising
citizens are contemplating tho building of
such an establishment Wherever tried
in thecouutrv these roller mills have paid
enormous prolits to tho owners besides
stimulating the cultivation ot wuoat, ana
as an incident promoting tho improvement
of tho land and rendering our nenplo in
dependent of Northern markets and wheat
rings and trusts.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
A Child Snatched From tbe Jaws
Deatb by a Colored Man.
Wbilo a colored huckster was selling his
wares ou Exchange stroet, between Third
and Fourth, at the vory spot where the
little lluxbaum boy was injured recently,
a little four year old child that livos iu the
vicinity was one of the sjK-etators. Junt
as a street car was coming down the grade
at a lively ruto, the child, for some mute
countublu re anon, attempted to dart across
tbe car truck immediately in front of the
mules. As quick as thought the colored
man dropped his wares and jumping after
the child snatched it from under the
mules' feet This act saved tho child's
lifo, for in another i until nt, the car, wit n
its crushing weight would havo mangled
the child most horribly. The car driver
tried the lct ho could to stop the car, but
was unable to do so.
The car drivers claim that this particu
lar section of street is tho play ground for
a lot of small children who are continu
ally jumping nut from behind trees and
darting ucross the street in front of tho cars.
The grade is steep aud it is impossible to
prevent accidents by a sudden stopping
of the car.
Tbe Territory Covered by Memphis
Larger Tban That of New York Uly.
"I have been driving a good horso at a
lively rato most of the evening," said Jus
tice Garvin to an Al-ritAL reporter, "and I
did not get to more than nne-fouith ot tho
improvements that are going on in this
city. It is almost incredible, and no one
who rcmaii.s in town can form a just idea
of the magnitude and extent of these Im
provements. Go in anv direction, north.
south or west, and you II ud town lots for
sale and divisions and subdivisions being
laid olf. Where we used to think Hint
land lay out a good w ays in the country is
now a purl of town, and not only are ieo
plo purchasing lots, but building liouaus on
tliem and living in tliein. ion never saw
tho like. I nisdo a compulation, nd
found that Memphis covers more territory
than New York Citv. Manhattan Island
is twelve miles long and four miles wide
or thereabouts. Memphis beitU that, ami
if she continues Qvo years more, as she
lias done in the past five years, there is no
telling w here her boundaries will extend."
A oskat many imiiile (wl
gradtmllv fnlliiig. Tiny don't
what is the matter, but tliey su
tier from a
cotiililnution of inilcarrihulile
nd luiina. which each month
rm to grow
worse . The only (tire rvmcdy
w ill counteract this feeling and
feet health is llrown s Iron
moid assimilation It purine
drive out dinew, gives health
U every portion rrachnl by the
ay stern, renew S'.UhI tiue. i
robust health and ilrvuglh.
Ibe Dealb Waa Toe) Uoexl.
DA.xTii.ti, Va., April 23,-Yfsterday at
Halifax Court houae Hcott Uailey, colored.
made a dcapcrnle but unaucoewdul attempt
to commit an outran on the person of one
of the most prominent young ladies In (he
villng. a ho aiintnpt was msiie in tne
day time on the premises of the lady's
homo tn me village wnne a iarce rrowu
was on the court ground, llalley waa
caiiL-lit soon allerward, ronltNased his
crime and waa lynchrd Isai niht lie
was hanp-d from the aatno place from
which liruce lounifor was hanitea Ices
than a year air) for a similar olliense.
A Balllwl IVaalermn,
Pcott A Ilownc. Diantt(i-turr of I he well-
known HeoH's Kmtil-inn of Cod Uver Oil,
tiller a most beautiful KaalertStfl Ninpcd
of eiL-ht artistic slil'lie ol llinlsand Klowrra,
put up III Mirtioiui wortu ai least a tor
Z't con la. n rseript of sIkiv In stamps, It
will be mailed at oner. rvvTT liowaa.
132 rxjtllll e- iflll AT.. X. I.
(Illra liar) at la.
Nrw Yona, April 2X t'apt Miller, of
tbe steamship Carolino Miller, which ar
rived this morn I n if from Csie llaytian. re-
tmrts that the lorces ol Ixiritiiiie liurnoil
ud diwtroveil the town of l'ttite Itcvere
ou the 7th instant.
Knaiirns 1'hMtt and l'e khnm. ol the
foiled Males aUutmers (iiilena aud Urown,
of I ho Oiwipife, were puaauiiirefs on the
lar kervaai ISeMllle-
rss iioaarnab's acid mioi-hats.
Vr. II. T. Turner. Kain, Minn., savs:
"1 have found It Vi rv beurflcial In nervous
debility, from any causa, and for iii'lifc-
Stalara la I arkall Arid.
Ciiicauo, April S3. Early this niornlnj
J. J. rVbeepers, an employe lo tho audit
or's olllro of the Htirlin.'ton. CedAr Itiiplds
A Northern Hull way at Cedar ltnplK fa.,
walked into the reporter's room In the City
1 1 ai'. anil coolly drank two ounces ol car-
bolio acid. it was done so deliberately
that no one sulertca anythitm wronif.
Vubeeuenlly lie waa conveyed to tho City
Hospital, Where lie tiled.
Will he found an eiccllent remedy for
sick headache. Carter's l.lttle Liver fills.
Thnit-ainl of letters from people who bv
Used the in prov th la fact, Trv them.
w. k.t. n.
Fancy (Sroccrlcs In Memphis. Glvo us
call snJ le convlncviL
Uoukma A Cllt'lirilll.l,
Ml Main etrt'vt.
1 1 it ve the lsrint line of trunk, valines
nl lisnd anU lirli In tlio city, which they
will sell at the lowest prim
M D V T
I hare been afflicted for a groat nuwy yean with bad blood, which ha eanaed m to have aorra on
my body. My hands ware In a aolid eore for over a year. I had tried almoal everything I could hear
of, but had given up kll hope of ever bring cured, when 1 mw th advertleemcul of th CtTiccna
Raacmi. I seed on boa of CUTlcun, on bottle of ItEaoLTtMT, and on cake ef Post, and am
aow able to do ail my own work. M a. FAKN1 B STEWART, Biaunton, Ind.
I have used the Cl'TK ura Rgainia ureeaafully for my baby, who waa afflicted with ciema,
and bad each Intense Itching thai h gol no nl day or night; but after I had uaod two bniea, th
kin began to peel olf and get clear and aoft. Th Itching I gone, aud my baby la cured, and I now
a healthy, rosy-chocked boy. MAItY KKLLK1U1A.NN, Uelolt, Kun.
Your CvTtccaA Riarniia did wonderful thing for roe. They cored my akin disease, which
haa been of Ave years' atandlng, after hundreds of dollar hud been spent In trying to euro It. Nothing
did me any good until I comoMnoed th uaoof the CCTicrnA Uaaatits. Our house will never b
without then. Ma. ROSA KELLY, RuckwcU City, Ctlboun Co., la.
CrricraA, lb great akin cure, Instantly allay th moat agonising Itching and Inflammation, clear
the akla and scalp of every trace of dlaeaae, heal alee re aud sorea, remove eruat and eroK-e, and re.
Mora to hair. CtrrtccaA Boar, th greateat of akin beautlflcrs, I Indlapeosald la treating skin
dlseaaea and baby humors. It produce th wlrtteat, eleareat a la and ao fleet hands, free front pimple,
pot, or blcrateh. Cctk ira Kexilvskt, th new blood purlflor, cleanse th blood of all Impui Itlr
and poleonou elemenU, and thu remove, th CAt as. Hone Ui CtTHCRA liiaamrs are the only
InfalllliU curative for every form of akin, acalp, aad blood diseases, from plmpli a to aemfula.
CirrirvaA Rr.nisa are sold by druggleta and chemlata thrutinut th world. Frlc : CfnrraA,
M cent per box; Cvrircaa Boar, ti cent; Ctrriccaa BtaoLviaT, (1.00 per buttl. Prepared by
rorria laea and Cosbicai. CoaroHATtos, IloeToa, Ma.
aa-Bend for " How to Cur Bkla iMseaaea," 4 pares, SO Illustration, and 1X) testimonials.
II'I.KH, black kcls. re.1, rnnih, rhnpix-d. and
oily skin preveuled by CltIcuha Huar.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
San FasKcieco, Cau
v.. KVwVeiH V "
LAMPS AND LAMP GOODS.
ASSORTED PACKAOE8 OP TINWARB PUT UP EXPRE8SLT
Floyd & Co.
HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
CHINA, OLAS8 AND QUEENSWARE EVER
DROUOHT TO MEMPHIS.
TIIND ton WHOLKtALB NICS UIT.ai
WM. JACK & SONS
POTTERY and GLASSWARE
IV ALL OllADK.
W control Messrs. Maddock St Oo.'m oolobrated Enirll'h Iron Stont)
China. Tne boat and only reliable vrara tnade.
W carry the largest atock
Vn? MAKH TH19 LOWEST PRIOilA OHDER3 SOLICITED.
Southern Trust Co.
The above Company haa unlimited facilities for procuring lowr time
loans on MomphU City InicroTsd renl estate, or produotlvs plantation
property In Arkansas and Miealwlppt.
We wake a spoolalty of buying notes tlven m part of purobass
rmoney and scoured upon improved rsal estate.
JOHN I. DUNN, SECY
ROOMS NOS. at AND 97
& & tsTta.
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
(EUCCESflOEB TO UTXfl, DOAX AGO)
Wholcsalo Grocers and Cotton Factors
Not. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tena
M ALONE, CHAPMAN & ELDER
VI IOL.ES alk
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS,
033 MAIN BTIlDirr.
, i' i i - i r,r
' a -jt
BIX MOKTOS OLD, th loft hind of onr
IIUU grandchild began to wlj, d had wry ap.
pearatie. of a largo boll. W poultlcsd ll, but all to
no purpoM. About At months alter, It bscsrus a
running torn. Boon olhar torot fornird. II thtn
had two of them on each hand, And u bis blood
tecum nor and nor Impur ll took In Urn
for ttam to break out. A ton cam on th ohtn,
boneBth til under l!p, which u vary oftYniiv.
I head wu on aolid ot, ultchtrying a great
deal. Tlili wm hi condition l twantylwo
month old, when I vmlirtook th rare of
him, hi motbar baring dWd whan he iu
a lltll nwr than a yrar old, of caiuump.
tlon(Krornla,etrurec). fie eould walk a
I lutla, bnt eould not gi t tip If ho fell down,
and could not more when In brd. having
do aa of ht ha da. 1 lmntrdlnlety com.
nienocd with th Ciromiu lUainiKi,
oalng all freely. On aura afior auothcr
healed, a bony matter forming In each one of the
Ova deep one Juat befor amllng, which would
finally grow looee, and war' take out ; then they
would heal rapidly. On of thee ugly bon for.
nation I preserved. Aftor taking doien and a
half bottle h waa completely aured, and I now,
at th age of alt Joan, a atrong and healthy ehlld.
Mat , UU. Maa. K. 6. PKIGUH,
(II K. Clay Pi., Uloomuigton, III,
Bsrr. 13, list. No return of disease to data.
E. 8. D.
pipyC Hkln. Hralp, and hilr preserved and
Combines the Juice of the blue Vigiot
California, to laxative and nutritious
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be moit beneficial to the
human system, foiming tlnGNLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act (tally yet
promptly en the
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOWELS
Cleanse the System EffostuaHj,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one It uiin it
and all art delighted with it. Ask your
el- r.f.i for SYKUP OF FIOS.
& GEN'L MANAGER,
W. R. DO A It
. , i , O ; ; 0
a-x -Tv-r -t- s TT
iiics fcr Sa
80 lots oa Robeson avonua, north
west of Elrawood,
200 lota ou Mississippi avenue, be
youa tne wurve,
10 lots on Main streot, near Rny
Any of which we will soil on
Monthly Payments of from $10 to
$20. When a lot has been paid for
In full, If the purchaser so doslros
we will build for him a home on
said lot, receiving Monthly Pay
ment! In settlement for the sauio.
This plan of getting a home Is
bettor than by building associa
tions or any othor plan. You have
to take no etook; you have no cor
poration to deal with; you get title
to lot at once, and can sell at any
tlmo, eubjoct to amount of pur
chase monoy unpaid.
We have sold over 300 homos on
mouthly payments. Apply to
BARTON & LAMB.
19 Madison St, Memphis. Tcnn.
UD KiHUriCTCltlU Ct
40 Union Street Memphis, Tena
ir. so mai arm Err, urh ran, rmnr
Iwyrtsi. s4 falwj la Aaa. Aaamaalttaal
4 rt.hlsa tsstla, MlMtV llMssrs.
MU( ms4 AVaasSIT m UoUla toll
aianuvn eaUS Alwve a Kaaat ssXrlal
rUna ftswl batiIU K ImIv
CfMadM lyjMfUM ffvvih.
CI rT 13 TT TP rP
0) I y.
1889-SPEBG MBETIRC 1889
NINE (9) DAYS
Commencing Saturday, April 20. Ending Tuesday, April 30
$20,000 in Stokes. and Purses
GIVEN BY THE CLUD.
Five Races Each Day, Including Stooplechaso and Hurdle Racing.
Admission to Orand Stand and Paddock, $1.00. Ladle, 6O0.
'Tlio Fust End Dummy Line and Momphu and Oharloston ltuilroad
furnish oheap and rapid transportation direct to tho track.
Tickets for salo at L Samolnou &Co.'s Oltfar Palace, No. 310 Main
ptroot, opposlto Peabody Hotel.
GliO. ARNOLD, President
J. II. Rnr.s, Secretary.
R. L Cochran St Co.
s ftlls!P. a a
SAW AND PLAN1NQ
Doots, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Ghmgtos, Flooring,
LEE BROS. &d CO.
M AN XT K ACT KM
TENTS, AWNINGS AND TARPAULINS
AVllITK FOR PK1CK&4.
Vo. 201 I'RONT STREET - - - MF.MPnW. TF.NM,
IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN
Wi Make Loans All Principal Payable In FIVE Years, with Intsreat pavsble at
en4 of each year. Or, on PIVB-Yb-AK Partial Paym.nt plan, by which the bor
rower can pay his loan without fawtnc too heavily on on crop. One eilvantaje
ITuidcJ le that all s.tt'.m.ntaai. mad. at the Memphis othc. end can have the
ptraonal attention of th. borrower.
Colonial and United States Mortgage Co.
N. F. LeMASTER.Manffor.231 Miln St. Memphis, Tena
These Evaporated and Dried Fruits Are of the Bast Quality.
each for Cream and Asparagus. Clsms snd Clsm Chowdsr. Bhak.r Pr. serves.
A. M. WORTHAM.& CO.,
NO. 175 MAIN STREET.
RJEDOI noa,f Dome, ldaa,
VlM SM AM9 tU FEOJfT BTIIEET,
Mullins & Yonge,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 370 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn.
Vuriety Agricultural "Works,
3t bmJ 441 Kbalbs Is OS ea.l IO I llataa Si., Masapbl, Ta.
Warehouee nd Cotton Truoke, Uouae, BHlg nd Bteamboat Iroo
Vfork, eto. Englnoe nmd Machinery Rope.lrf-
llartaa laaar4 Haahlaw, wa ara "r.pra 4m Work Hroaapllv w msiiI lUtaS
" Caas'slsat VIIU4 W..rlu
wm. o. Mr slain a& potst.
J. F. HOLST & BRO.
tS.anM.ni. to O. IL BOIJt' A ai
UaVK rkmotkb to
No. 330 1-2 Second 8U Memphis
art Nil a4 fnaiplat trt Woo) ni M
hxilir ( a" au.l (. t-'ovb tossrsJ tasisai a
rJrlal Valvar Mi kaaat. OitUo m, Ua.4
it H rtt.i ,
f. P. roorsa,
CHALMERS, COOPER &
43 1-2 MADISON ST., - MEMPHIS.
BUB30HIBB FOB THQ MEMPUIH
AND DELIVERIES FBEE.
Calllna and Cedar Posts.
I01L8, RAILWAY AND MILL
fnthn sil l Gum Daltitic Manilla, Flv
arrr I ami Wli Rop. TacVI lilprka. Hub-
tr ll x end rnckln. (las Mpp, 8lc nil r its
Unit, l ip Toi ts, Lubricators, Imp ratir,
fiiram iiii)( Vatr rtaiiar, Ctton Waste.
ra h. l'ln T.ir, KoAltt, t'oal isr. Knoitre
lr, Ho,.I)iik TiUrii, Tsrr. 4 l',iwr, Mill
Lditiips, I'alnll, Vmis'i"S, Uriisho, aai
rv.ryt.hing tltai a Mill U.
MISa, ARK. and LOUISIANA
Apricots, Pa ate d Peaches,
r. at VO&rLXR
Nn 7 on R -In lbs ChsnnfT rmirt ol Shslt'T
Smm.it.-K. i.s.lllstrrn. wlHUi" lr..rrrt t
m.1 IN Hi ' " "" ,,', "',
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