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$HAXJN OUNTY OVRNAX.
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871.
"More Ice" Is the deauuid now-n.rtds.
How are we to celebrate the fourth of July?
"The farmers have- commenced cutting
M. Heller is in receipt of a large lot of new
.The vast fields of yellow grain hereabout
look finely. -
Green -teas, new potatoes and
coming plentiful hi the market.
District Court commences next Monday, the
12th of June. The calendar is "welltocked"
A call from Hon. James II Gower, of Iowa
City, Iowa, a gentleman largely interested in
land in our county. "
The coroner's inquest on the death of P. J.
Addison, who died Fridaylast, is In operation I
as we go to press.
Tbacher carries a phi continually beaming
down on you with radiant smiles and his restau
rant Is the ne plus ultra of good eatables.
A gentleman by the -name of Pomeroy lias
opened a dollar store at Becbe's auction room.
He seems to be doing well.
Joseph Casper, Esq., champion billiard-player
er or Ohio, is -,'Mtiiig some ot his relatives liv
ingncar Bavaria, in this county.
Some persons have completed their new
' twelve-feet sidewalks. The walks look well,
md give 'swells" plenty of sea 00m.
Tlie general health of our aectiou is remark
ably good. There has not been a death In our
ty for months, as we have learned, until the
111 . t l... n.l.ft nvSl.tlfllT till CitV
iiai lias iietiiuc ui inai. '!. (.
Council were going to submit to bids. ha1ng In J
iew an economical administraliou of the city
We desire our readers to pcrue carefully the
article on tfic m-coiuI page entitled. ' What shall
be done with them J" which wjs clipped from
the ToncKa Cosiitnouivcalth.
Ponderous documents of conpondence
Jiave wended their way to our office in the last
week or so. which appear in full on the first
page of this paiier. All very interesting and
worthy of perusal.
Mr.Malilon Amriiic, who has recently been
on a bufCilo hunt, reports myriad-, sf buffaloes
w.thiu two diiyt." joiimey from Salina. They
are in good condit'o 1. ami are (latieiitly await
ing the attacks of our jolly X'mrods.
On our .ank." the other day, we found a
goodly amount of large. luscious strawberries,
and, with litem, a note in which was said
" compliment -of old Wick;" which, lieing lu
terpreted. nicuis Co)iimiMoiier Wickershaiu.
Tliank you !
Why should lir-. I'ruwlpy. IUilt-y ami Jenuy
bc gKHl and il.-vitul MfthiMlits? Wc don't
know; uiile-llirir two tir-.t iuiti.il- would t-eein
to iudUi.e tlutt they were intended to be follow
er-; nf.Mm Wesley and hisCiith.
1 11 each of llieir e:i-e-.
It Is "J. W.
I.Kcrrnn. fr. M ivuell Phillips will deliver
:i lecture on the Cherokee Xalimi. in tiie Pn-
byteriaii ehnrvli. on Frid iv evening. June 9th.
for the beueti: of the JI. E. C'liirch. Lecture to
commenei! at eight o'clock P. M. Admission,
t .-V ' - - ' "
tichool District No. 1 1 will lui c a chool hoitc
in the next three wceki. toheSGx.tOfeet, and
frame. Tha hou-e is to lie situated near Capt.
II. I. IkikerV. Tour mile- north of Salina. The
citize; over there an- deserving o' much praise
for th-fr persistency and good work.
We lia e heard a umnlier of travelers ay tliat
in all of their trawl- through the state they
hate not found any hotel that selsa liettertahle
or has better rooms mid licds, tlian the
Pacific IIoue of thi city. A good thing for
Uiulthpaln that wc record the death of
Mr. J. W. Ilillyard. a lery worthy gentleman,
who but a few mouths ago came from Xew
York and settled with hU family upon a farm
mi Gypsum creoic. He died yesterday. We
trtideVoursymjiathiestoliiK iK-reavcd relatives
in this their dark hour of attlietion.
Fleck an n-clify any time-piece etant he
it the wui'lerful clock in the shot ridden tower
of the miiisterof.Strashurg, or the tiniest watch
in the jewelry marts. The word ''Fleck "'
in German and iu English .signifies spot or spot
led; hence.- "Spot" can "knock the spots ofl
ofall ' In his business. J
Efforts are in operation looking to the organ
ization of a board of the " Life Association of
America" at Salina. Mr. J. E. C. Covel, spec-
lal agent. Is now in the city In the interests o
the Assertion. Tliere would be this advantage
in the home board, that the money would be
loaned at home.
It one had ucer heard of Clowdslcv "s news
depot.he would soon become cognizant of its
existence on taking a stroll through the busi
ness portion of the city. The Colonel has put
up a tine bulletin lioard which shows off won
derfully. Our thanks are due him for the pres
ent of late papers.
I..CTint:. Ilcv. M. D. Gage, who lias recent
ly returned from an extended tour of Colorado.
Wyoming, Utah. Nevada. California. Oregon.
Washington, and the I'uget sound, will lecture
on " the Great West of tin- Pacific," at the Bap
tist; church. thi-eteniiig (June Sth). Admis
Moi, twvnty-tic cents.
Dr. E. I. King, the President or the Ohio col
ony settling in McPlu-tvon county, started last
evening for his old home at Ashtabula on receiv
ingii dispatch of the severe illness of one of his
relatives. He will retttrn iu three or four
weeks and probably will be accompanied by
ffters to swell the colony in Kansas.
'We commend for the favors of the public the
recently-formed Arm of our city, Messrs. Leon
ard & Podds, contractors ami builders. Their
work bears evideutr f liaving been jotlc 0J.
KHTicucLsJ and eajiablc mechanic J Thus far
they havereceived tlie encouragement their -rgy
entitles thcui to, their hands being full 0f
The Herald man. as Martin, Wharton, or
Jjharp. would .say, Is. fired, and wants rest.'
His 'grammatical exertion "displayed In the
4-oiumns of his paper for two or three weeks
has tired him out. lie throws hack at us weari-
4ly, and like a boy, after a spanking, twit us
witn-icauitcnyoa. ' Ue Has classed us witn
all the ungodly, ilea as the persons named
ibove, and calls u" laud isuagefs." Ilequute
Ids old expresfi, - we are iacapabie of any
thing so small, mud, aixrse to ami, thinks we
are "unprofessional courtesy" chaps. Since
our excojamunkation by the Herald from tbe
sacred precincts W tbe. editorial profession,
we would in our loaely exile lata at least a pity
lag ffUace from Ms itigtrftrd exoelleaey, at
he treads with taefcvt-wiJrewt: Bre white
streets wm-n;-' Biud "i . SMer, wej
loretber. . j(
TheSalfne County Agricultural and Mechan
ical Society are oferiag nearly three t"
dollars a cash premiums for stock and other
article to be exhibited at the annual fldr to Ba
nna Sitmibf2r&h,7tbMil 8th. Competition,
as the DJrtctow specify, will be open to the
the world. Energy is displayed ana a grana
success of the lair is expected.
We way much regret to hear th it Mr. T. I.
Webster, an old and respected dtfcen of this
county, had some two hundred and fifty head
nf.-tt1 stolen from him, a short time since, in
.t.. &.... tv,rtnf the State. Mr. Webster
has spent much time and money in hunting the
cattle, but as yet has found no trace eitlier of
the stock or thieves. His loss Is a very heavy
We have received the first number of "The
Emporia Ledger," a handsome eight-column
weeklr newspaper. Democratic, published at
Emnoria,by "the Emporia Ledger printing
ml Dublishinz company." It is well edited.
llvelv and entertaining, it must ue quite an
adventure to start a Democratic paper in a
county gi lug a Republican majority of over
Bishop & Morton, always enterprising, have
built a stoue wall about two" feet high in front
of their real estate office. The wall looks well,
but wc don't know what it is for. They tried
to entice us over to see It the other day, but Ifcj
had such a marked resemblance to a peneten
tiary that we "fought shy of it." An effort
will be made on our part to fiud out what it is
before our next Is-ue.
The new two-lory stone business house of
Hamlin & Woolley liegins to as-uine a fine ap
pearance, as it already towers above the house
tops at the other end of tuc avenue. I tone en
ters filestore of this firm once, he will soon
make up his mind from their big trade that
their store room is not huge enough to contain
the goods demanded. It is a good place to go to.
If you wish to buy. and a kindly, cheery place,
if vou don't.
, mmm .
party of gentleincn troin LliiuVy. Ottawa
eounty, was inthe city last Friday, consulting
with some of our business men about bridging
the Solomon river. They asked aid trom our
people, claiming that Saliua's trade would be
largely enhanced if the bridge were built. The
proposition is to bridge the Solomon at or near
Darling's ford. We understand that our busi
ness men'liave taken hold of the matter and are
trying to raise the amount asked for from Sail
ua. We joyfully greet Capt. W. E. Houston, af
ter a long fojourn in Texas. We asked him
for an exegesis of his adventures, which he re
fused. Probably, thereby bangs a talc!"
The Captain is very much sun-browned," and
of a foggy morning a very little stretch of the
imagination woidd discover in him a wauder-ingdcM-eiidaiit
of the hoilc of Castile and l.eon,
or a " child of the Aztecs." The Captain has
many friends and admirers here, who are gLid
to see him hack.
Mr. P. J. Addison, who-e mysterious slek
ness we mentioned last wcek.dicdat the re?i
deneeof his brother. Win. C. Additou. in this
city, Frldiy la-t. I le w a buried last Saturday.
It is painful to sec a young man of his excel
lencies of diameter, his education and attain
ments, stricken down, just as lie Is entcrii gup
cm a life of isefii!ncss and promise. One of
our best young men and much endeared in the
hearts ofall. his death has caused a sadness in
this community that will not soon be forgotten.
Honor to his nicmorv.
We saw in the city, Tuesday, a farmer of
-Stiritur Creek, of.mu jiciirhborimr couiitv of 1
Unrolii. who was surprised at the evidence of
the abundance of rain we hail had tills season.
Up there, though the crops were not specially
suffering, a rou-ing mill would be erv accept.
able. It is pretty well demonstrated that set
tlement, cultivation of the soil and the growing
of timber must lie the the guage for regulating
raiu-fallsin Kansas. Those portions of the State
which were prated so much about a few year
as being so subject to drouths are now among
the envied sections of our land.
McPiiKifsoxCor.NTvIrKUs. To Mr. J. Glr-
anl are wc indebted for a few items from Mc-
Pherson comity :
There are seeral large henls of Texas cattle
bound for Salina. tcm-Kirari'y dc-KLstiiriiigoii
Tunccy creek. Anions them is a lanre herd
of 2.500 cattle belonging to Jlr. Nations, and!
a iieru ois.suu caitieiieiongiiigtoi.-aptueorge.
Mr. J. Geary, oflike Village, has recently
built a bridge across Turkey cn-ek at his much
for the accommodation of trael on the Wichita
road, w hicli runs mir hi place.
Crops are iooKing splendidly, and settlers an
(muring into this country rapidly.
Three Mexican herders w ere Killed in a drutiK-
enrowat Pane City, StnlgwicK count v. about a
One of those strange accidents that will some
times occur happened yesterdav. in which Mr.
P. J. Addison, one of our tree dealers, came
near losing his life. He was in the habit of us
ing extract of dandelion. It appears, and going
to Seitz's drug store called for tlie article. Mr.
S. being busy at the time waiting on another
customer, handed him down the far and went
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uu auuui ins uuiw wfc. ..uiiiiiik luoru was
thought of tbe transaction until about the close
of the afternoon, when Mr. Addison was taken
sick and became speechless and partly lu.-ensi-ble.
His life was despaired of last evening
but this morning hopes arc entertained of his
recovery. Mr. Addison isa worthy young man
and the sad accident is to be deplore!.
We reproduce from last week the atmveitem
to show just what wedid say of the sickness ot
Mr. P. J. Addison and disprove an assertion or
two that we liad sought to censure and injure
Mr. Oscar Seitz, proprietor of the, Eagle Drug
Store. The Herald, follow lug its usual propen
sity for misrepresenlng our words, lias Insti
tuted a chorus, the retrain of which is that we
liavc done Mr. Seitz irreparable wrong, and
though it does not say it in the exact words it
intimates in staong terms that we KaveirsAised
Mr. Seitz of dealing out belladona to Mr. Addi
son. It also reads a fine homily on the abilities
of Mr. Seitz as an excellent druggist and a good
citzen. just as if we had called them in question,
We haw mr retained for Mr. Sciu tlie preat est
,. . ., . j .L t
respect and have at all times received the
est treatment from him.and we wonkl greaUy
reRret to say an unjust word of him or any
other citizen. In penning the item we tooK es
pecial pains not to cast a sunicion upon Mr.
Seitz, for h e felt that we were not warranted in
dotnj it should wc even desire It, and it was
given only for the news it contained. If there
an injury perpetrated, tbe Herald was the
-sole ajqrressor.. The 'in tacraoriam " pub
lished In iu columns dobs say that the sick
ness of Air. Addison exhibited symptoms of
having used belbdona and the criticism Itsrff
mentions the same report oring rife. We Bon-
eUy beueve the publication of tbe Herald ar-f
ticle has wonted disadt-n...i & u- ci
.. . " iu""'a
creating an cxirwion ti ay sot exist. It
marbctaidlnUilscounmlou that we are thf
jodgctorwhatare thebwtwkrf focthecoj-
Bsuuel XK-cJockcal nd that we are not to
tiecoatroUrd by tbe whin, of aar mmb. We
to BWHa atHBMy vuag n bcaHMe the !
tisadMtkwoTa bk of new .mar Mate ttac ocw
feeore. Bat we ansre one aad aB that we
. Several drorea of Texas attfe hare arrired
during the week, among whJcnare 2,708 bead
owned by John Good and 3,080 owned J. M.
forehand. Mr; Forehand is odteg his cattle,
coMUtiag of milch cow, yearBags , Ac for sale.
An Irishman by the name of James Dauger-
ty, Uvtag sear Brookville, in this county, was
Instantly killed last Saturday. At the time he
was plowing In his field, and the horses having
become frightened, ran away, Daugerty being
thrown forward on to Ids face, the sharp point
of the plow share striking him on the head,
causing instant death.
A man by the name ofBeynoIds was arrested
at Topeka on the charge of bone stealing and
brought to this city last Friday for examlna
nation. It was supposed that lie, w as McLane,
the hone-thief who "lugged of!" Couse &
Brown's horse so unceremoniously Iat spring.
He was released, there being no person who
could identify him as McLane.
Ice cream at Whitman's.
County scrip wanted at W.
Wasted. Two servant girls at the Pacific
House. Liberal wages will be paid
At the Salina Clothing Store, clothing is sold
fifteen per cent, cheaper than atany other store
Wasted. A ton or a ton and a half of new
hay. Enquire of Theobold Werry, proprietor
of the Grand Prairie House, No. 58, Santa Fe
Music Miss Minnie Boynton Is desirous of
securing a class In Instrumental Music. Terms
reasonable. Residence, first door south of the
Methodist Church. ,
Lost. Near the post-office, a pair of white
onyx sleet e-buttous with red back, and German
letter " S " upon them. The finder will be lib
erally rewarded by leaving the -ame at Tiie
Teab'e. A gentleman desires to. trade two
large sorrel horses good roadsters, gentle,
sound, and in every way fitted for farm work
for two yokes of American oxen. Tor par
ticulars, enquire at The Joi-rxal office.
Fon Sale. The M. E. Church, on Seventh
street, between Ash and Elm. i for sale at a
bargain, with the priviligcof one or two lots.
For terms apply at Durham s Land Office, on
Santa Fe Avenue, or at at E. B. Fish & Co.'s, at
the corner of Ash and Fifth streets. By order
of the trustees.
t. S. Srnatnm S. C. I'ovEaoT an.) A. Caldwell.
KrrevnUUtre in O.ngTi-ss It. P. liwi.
Justin ortbrSuiimue Court S. A. KisnMAX, Ctiirt
Jiulirr: 1. J. HacvERud.lt. it. Valextise, AmucI-
(oTrtnor iames M. Hikvft.
Ututrnaat fhivrrnor P. P. tXDEK.
.S-eri-Ur afSUtr W. II. SMALL WOOD.
Tivuir 4. E. Hates,
Auditor A. Tiiiimax.
SuiMTintrmlrnt of Public InstrucUoo II. 11. XcCab
tuv. Attornry ljnrl A. L. Williams.
Jmlr nfthr District CiMirt W. IUCsrirui
SramtorSOth llislrirt J. II. liu.scorr.
ItrprtTM-ntmlhr ;lh District I. II. Ssead.
O.untr CfimiMtnnrn M. D. SL.ii, J. C Tee
rv una T. it. w ickee'IIax. i
I'ltrt of the District Court A. S. NoitTov. i
Pmbatr Judcr A. M. Beehe.
C'ounly Clrrk David Beebe.
County Trrvurrr Sheterd Amrikr. '
SneriBW. W. KrsscLL ,
KrjnsicrarDrad A. SrrEUKUC
Coantv Attornry I. U. Mobleb.
fuiwrintrtiilit Public Instruction A. P. Collins.
pMaynr O. K. IWnEnwoon.
Coiincllmm . B. Klaxdlrs, David Browx, Cii
"T? Vri H.H. DniLK nml K. B. Umiuu..
Police uitKr .tons r,-,M.
ilcrk Feed WiLnxAt.
Tn-aMurvr Thohas Clowdslcv
Marshal W. M. Claelihix.
City Attornry S. A. Wildmas:
Coivn o .salim, "
lursuant to thfn.mmanIoranoriltr of -..lr Issnvil
out of I he DiLjl-t Court of Saline Count) . hanvu. anal
to in- ilin-rtrd, I will rll to th biffrst and bt bidder.
for rath in hand, at th- East door of th Curt House in
Onnouaat.tbeaeihaajrorJatnV, ... 1871,
at two o'clort 1 M. ofuid ila , tnr fbUowiru; drserih
rd prourrty lo wit : Lota Xo'aJS. GO, CiandMon Third
Mrrrt ; LoU No'a lt-I and I -CI on Filth Street, and Lot
Xo. 1I on SrTenlh sired, allaitualml in the Cily ofa
lina. County ol Salinr, Slatr of Kansas to tie sold u
thepniprrtv of Bernhardt Bum and Lorinda Blan. at
the ruil of K. U. FUh A Co .Said proprrtr is apurai
rd at three huwlred and cightf-llTr Uar.
iiiiL-9 iu. kwi azMiaeaiinusaauar oi Jiar A. li..
KfisSKLL, Khrria of Sailor County.Kjn.-.u,
Ily M. Stearns, t'ndrr hrrin"
To Lovers of Good Horses.
The Celebrated Horse Lightfoot
Kecently brought from Macomb, 111., will make the
reason or :s7l in Salina. Kansas, at tbe livery stable ot
Donrfmu a Dyer'a and wUI be prrmitted to wrrr nam
at the following temu : t to imnre a mare with f-l :
r.livthrrtaaon, payable when tbe rerrirea are ren
dered. IVrMHu dirnxiof; of an animal atter the erv
ices are rendrn-d will he Mrictly renonslMe for the fee.
''KDItiKEi: Ughtroot lof a.Urtrhotuut color,
sixteen hands high, eight yrara oM this spring; ni
brwl by J. C. W arhburor, of Canton, Mo. ; was aired
by old Ijujre, of Macomb. Ills., out of a thoroughbred
mare or Sir William; tsnee was siml by Old Flying
Morgan.ofOhlo.otitofatboroughbrnlmare. HU rec
ord well known, be haTing taken many premioma at
the Male fair of Ohio. We will girr a premium of 130
for tbe best colt or Lightfoot, 30 dollars for tbe aecoud
and U dollar for the third, to be exhibited at tbe Sa
line eounty fair of 1ST:.
For further particulars inquire or E. B. Bishop or C.
I.. IlrssET. Owner.
Millinery and Drees Making.
MRS. J. MURPHY,
Desire to announce to Ibe ladle of Salina that be ha
sow on hand and intend, lo keep a full and complete
Order for Ore. Making. Trimmlag Hat. Boanrta,
Ac. , promptly attended to.
x. . sa-ita rt Avrtcr. gti. Kassaa.
ww. r. ens.
axdrxw rostra, (
c v. uu.
JOHN GEIS CO.,f
Bankers, - !
Santa Fe Avenue, Salina, Eas.
Traaaact a grweral B inking boaine. Draw drafl
on all the principal cttlr. of the Called Stale and En
rope. Moneys reeclTrdVia drso.it. . lalerest allowed
on DORey oVuotlted for a prcUrd time. Americas
'"J-'f" , "g, AHS? JS"1 ""SS
rrp Doacht aaa okl. AnouU ot rarrrhaRU, rattle
kinu-.jMurr and orheroiiraj. AnaawrtmeBiofr s.
nrrmr wamp coawaauy . mm.
United States Tea Co.,
36, 28 AND 30 VESEY STREET,
Maava ao rxUlIut prrtrarma. bt
Guarantees AH of Its Goods,
!aJ aadrriakr tataralahacr
Of aaiHana qBality fcrrarttradr. at the
Lowert Market Price.
Mlraaaf tiallj totbtoaly nltatilt
TEST OI A FAIK TRIAL
O. C Probert
u . '
EO WAB lOTX. JAKU BOLLATO.
HAVE FOR SALE
THE BESTFARMSANDWILD UHDS
Real Estate of Every Description
BOUGHT AKD SOLD.
GIVE US A CALL
BEFORB DEALING ELSEWHERK.
1st Door North Eagle Drag Stare
SANTA FE AVENUE,
Salixa, K ansas.
A ferra. with serrntv cmi of f.ld ffrtMinrl: wood aivl
wturrs two mik loa Salta. For terms Bpply tn
unz. a uuiiuin,.
LOTZ & HOLLAND,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
-CVL..L. M.IJMS OF
MIRRORS, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
COFFINS and Burial Cases
Hearse and Carriages
XlHI IC0 SfSattV
R. T. WATSON,
SUCCESSOR TO WATSON fc 1L.OVRIE1V.
ORE AT REDACTION IN PRICES
CASH AND NO CREDIT IS MY MOTTO !
After ten .rar.rtoerieaec'-. in OBOCtET TBADe. t amrirUr t. ackasaWlge lK.1 U tw rr.aa
on ed all m credit are natd ap la and d-vu. TLI
Abandoned the Old
Aad l.t .hare Ut beaeftt. snb all eata-aaytac eoatnairr
not hae la ry tae estra ptr cto'air tarra ny au oowe. iruiar pwi o c, w mTcr .tax aj oeaz mi,
fLaU ataaj. krrp iLe .try (
BEST GOODS THE MARKET AFFORDS,
And lll taJraror I BatLUln tbe rrpataU-ro ' bp!r th.
XWUW IBL X3NT r3rTTgT3i OC17JN 'X1 W
Largest Assortment of Sugars and Coffees at the smallest prices.
ruavB .a -. A lui
la fact e.rry ihnli ef at a HB-T CLASS GBOCEKV A0 -B0llu aroat.
Crockery ami Olarwwiire
tlr.alc laerel-wit. CmaS paid lor
ramets.ro la eci.nfr fcrliwafc ,.,..
Tha&khl l-r rt hTun. anatnllacMUiBrdtbal I .m Wiur piypirrt lii.n .r t ttr rnllr. t.lUltrtkw. I ,
lkaeoDUna.Bc. rib.lw.Df.l lUrl.lelM.i.J.ljiulniteitlr.. t..W1,
frb. 'i, l;t.
"You Know How 'Tis Yourseff!"
Urien & iirr.Min--r.intA fa bar sksw. hr CO-M vhrn
Ihtfj S4H cbrap nml can afvrd lo sell ml 'Ud rotk
"Which is Why"
iso many arr dbpoerU to call or.
FLANDERS & MAP.UN.
'Which is the Same I Rise to Explain1
IattVllMt 1.(V. thfT ri-lllRilMtfafAM, 1H-Iri
buy Mlovr -thr low-t, anat-r ftrllirJuf'T rh ctn
kUortl lit t itn-HnrM on a much -mailer nurgitt than If
tlirv iMti i n tunc
" And My Reason is Plain."
t.-mr-rs txtrn ncf in onlr tu n.k op what ihrr l-r
on Kiriayiiis tnt
'And the same I am free to Maintain"
ConTf)intI) I iLidV
Flanders & Marlins
Is THE PLACE TO Itlir
Of wht h thry krr at lr?r arvl rrlt-v-vrtrl (tuck at
yon ttiii onu in inr -i. an-
for Max alw.r.ir.t the te.t from tbi4 ri"lr cb-
GENTS' FURNISH1H6 GQOOS,
ranif!nl lhr lart liar IB th rnUBlr. ifl Ut
cpc?i!lT rrromml to Ibr porrri.r are thru eh.p.
at anl me i..r in mnu i.j ir fm y.
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