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I Tho Kind You llavo Always
tiix uso for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Experiments
that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is n substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, jtlorphlno nor other Narcotic
substaucc. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Fcvcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMt CCNTAUft COMPANY. TT MURMT TFUKT, NEW VOKK CITT.
JEWELRY BY MAIL!
Our Illustrated Catalogue for 1898-99 showing
WATCHES, CHAINS, CHAKMS,
SILVERWARE, SILVER NOVELTIES,
RINGS, OPTICAL GOODS, ETC.
Is now ready and will be sent free on application.
We also issue a Special "Watch Catalogue.
2. P. IQjIE&iBfiESS cfc CO.
Jewelers and Opticians,
501-500 WEST MARKET ST., LOUISVILLE, KY.
"TKINDX.Y MENTION THE HERALl)s
foe ietvieir whbee.
H. FEN'DRIGH, Maker, - -
is sufficient to make pastry for
The pastry will look better, taste Ixttuys
be better, when the flour is
Swans Down. Kvery kind of
of flour pastry, cake, bread
winter, more nutritious, if made ot
IGLEHEART'S SWANS DOWN
Flour. The kimrof mteiit
vi.ttitn ittltunf nrnnnro1 xtMtli tlto frnlf it v-?
care by the best milliner process known to man.
fece thai tbt brand on the next U' ru buy H la IJelieart I Iron, hwms Iiow.i
IQLEHEART BROS., Evansville. Indiana.
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. vta i unit
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JihyP wliesf l1 models, all makes,
3 to $12. Wo ship on approval,
without a cent payment. Write for bargain list and art catalogue
of swell 'MS "models. Jiioyclo free for season to advertise
them. Rider agents wanted. Learn how to earn a bicycle and
make money. J. L MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, III.
Field & son,
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Bought, ami ivhlcli 1ms been
has borxio tho signature of
lias been made under his per-
supervision since its infancy.
no ono to deceive you in this.
- EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
will be lighter. ,rMb
flours, made from the'
Between Jfartford and Beaver Bam. (
A fast and easy ride in tho most comfortable vehicles. All
stock well cared for. Your putrouug0 solicited.
U V V 1SXJXJUMJJ
carried over from 1807 must bo
Micriliced NOW. New High
all styles, best equipment,
i'i nif 4 ti .:ii.'i Tfi rs i i ;kiii
.W..VV-., -,. , vw ... wwv.
Send vour orders for
Sash. Flnnrs. Rliiiito. Flnnrinn.
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katns and sningies
To me. 1 can wive you some
money on all kinds of
THEODORE E. ItECHTIN,
Corner tli IiikIci Strr i:anslllf, IihU
- -&e- (SiAi
Igurtfovd Vccfchi gtcvatil
WEDNESDAY, NuVEMDGll 2J.
Thk Hkrald t mailed leaiilfttly to its nul
scrlbers until n definite otder to discontinue It
received mid nil firteara ntc finld in full Thk
Herald U ft tcr yenr If pnld in n.Hnncr, or
within the year.but finer the time ha.i fxplrcd.nll
artrntiKcnre Ji m per car
Corte"tondencefHleiniedrorpid)1lcfttion or on
builnrsn coinirctrd with the office, to Inmre
iittcntlonhould be mldrcMMl to Thk
, The real name of the writer should nccompnny
ech communication, to Intiire Dublicnllon.
Obituaries. resolution of resucct.Ktc .one cent
for each word over 150. Cah with article
Remittances may be made by Tot Office Money
Order, HeEMcrcd Letter. Dank Check or Draft.
HUNTING FOR HIDDEN GOLD.
A Prolonged Search for Hidden Sovereigns
That was Never
Moro t'jun forty ytars njo, dd Jim
Dolliver, a 1 icli owner of t mtitr, land
nnd millH, buried $42,000 iu rold tome
where bitweeu thoFurkaud Mnrph V,
in Mnlnc. Flo had comofrom MoLtretil,
nlont: tbo eld French voyaicrd trad,
nod, reaching thu Forks, bo told tho
landlord of tho hotel that ho had beou
followed by a 1 arty of French and Indian
outlaws pit tho way fiom tho ISt.
'I have nearly live score hundred yellow
sovereigns in my bulteau ho tafd,
"and if I don't bury my money now,tho
crazy devila will rob mo beforo I f;et to
flo left tho hotel at 10 o'clock that
night and was away three das. Ou bis
return bo remarked to tho landlord:
"Well, I've put that money where tho
arch-angel Gabriel cau'c find it."
Then he took a hearty supper, wcLt to
bed, slept two days and nights, and
awoke a ravine maniac. For a week ho
fonght Indians and buried untold treasures
in bis delirium, and died in the act
of shouting a Mohawk chief, who lad
invaded his eick fancy for the purposo
of robbing him.
For a dozen years after Dollivcr's
death his hoirs advertised for the missing
wealth, and increased tbo reward
nntil tho finder vim entitled to 75 per
cent, of ajj bo should discover. Having
spent nearly $3,000 in advertising, tbo
heirs gave it np ns a bad job, af tor which
tho people who knew tho story continued
the work at their own expense.
For twenty years tho digging went on
at all seasons.
In October, 18S9, Saunders Atwood
came from Wintcrport and brought an
electric battery with him, which ho Bald
could detect on Engh&b farthing under
four "fathomb" of solid earth. When
ho went a ay, two weeks later, he showed
a handfol of English sovereigns all
stamped with dates thirty or mora years
ago, and said that be had unearthed tho
whole of tho missing wealth. But whilo
tho people accepted his theory that the
proper time to dig was on the dark of an
October moon, they repudiated the ttory
that he had found any of the missing
This foil, when the muscles of the farmers
had grown hard from digging potatoes,
about forty men packed up a fow
tools and made ready to Mart on another
search for Dolliver'a money, as soon
as tho eld moon should change. They
were loafing around tbo hotel and stores
ono night, when word came frcm Montreal
that Eugeno Btmipre, an aged and
rich Frenchman, of that citj had lutely
died, confeteiag on his death bed that
ho had seen Dolliver conceal tho gold in
a hollow pino stub, and had gono and
taken it away after tho rigLttul owner
had returned to the Forks. This information
was verified later by an announcement
that ono Eugcno Bean pre,
late of Montreal, had died and left an
ettito amounting to $00,000 to different
charities in Canada and Maine, saying
in his will that tho gift was made as a I
"paitial atonement for a grievous sin
committed in the State of Maine in October,
Bean the ) Ihfl Kind Yoa Hate Always Bocfiht
Possums are Ripe.
LG1agow Times J
Tho sugary persimmon hangs ripo on
tho tree, and tho toothsome opossum is
in bis Rlory. Tho froaled woods re-,
echo tbo voice o! tho hunter, aud Hdr
with tho bnrk of tho possum dog. Tho
Bweoi pom 10 urup imuimiDBO
fashioned is browning in the
oven. Tho apple brandy sparkles in
the tdass. Tho 'possum season is fairly
on nnd tho old-time negto'd receipt
for cooking him makes mouths water
jufet as it did "befo' do wa' ,M
Tho old man net his 'possum and potatoes
down on tho pavement and with
a look of earnest concentiation began:
'Now, don't you nover forgit jest what
I'ze gwino t tell you about how to
? cause membranes ; of
I AM OO YEARS OLD. ndnecr used
auy rvuiwiy etjuul u Ur. lteU'a
In crip ua well hs cougtis and raids, 1 1 mr.kes
Hik I iinen M. A.
cook do 'poesuin. "Well do fast I'lng
yon does is to Ret yonr poseiini. Dnt
ratiy be ensy for you ump, but 'tidbt fur
mo dat if, aUujB. Well, deu, wlion
3ou'n Mt jour p you ekloa him
fubt. Don you put him into tho pot
with oold .water nu puts do I ot obcr a
I hot tire nn den yon purbilen him not
too mnou lur yon uoirt wnut to Iopo
auy of his nice sweet fat, Dou yon
tukes him out of do pot an you dries .
. . . 1 .. .1
him in a chan tiwcl. Uen you puifl
him into a big fryiu' pan. Don you
scrapes do ekiu off your tutors an you
puts dem in do fnnio pan with Mr.
Possum. Den yon bin your stove rod
hot. , nu tit 11 von uuti . do tmn , .... nn iiotfmm , '
&u titers itto do oven au den go away
for a little wlil?, but not too long
"Deu uhen jou comes back you puts
in a little hot water, an dou you beefns
an bastes do ossuui an' do sweot tntors
an 30U keeps on nu a i mtiu tdl
de possum is
color and tho sweet tatcrs is solt au
juicy and do craby is utmost black an
pto&tyofit. Den 3011 takes it out ob
duocn atd dtli yon sots de table, au
deu well, deu fcou bira do doors, fur
de smell ob cooked 'possum goes u ljng
was, nnd when you has only ono possum
you doiuU watt much company
In sides yourself "
Let's all go
Bewi thfl A 1 r.e wna ion nave Always DODfipz
Soldier's Idea of Justice.
A story concerning our troops in Ma
nila is told by an English ofllcer, who
was an 030-witness to tho occurrence.
"The city was crowded," ho says, "with
both American and Spanibh soldiers,
and thoy seemed on friendliest terms.
As I was crossing ono of the numerous
bridges across the Fasig river, I saw a
native Filipino spit in tho faco of a
Spanish officer, nnd then run to the
American sentiuel, who was guarding
the bridge, demanding protection. It
was some time beforo tho Filipino could
mako himself understood, and the seutry
took some time to catch on to what bad
been done, but yon can imagine my surprise
when he handed his gun to tbo
Spanish officer nnd caught tho native
by tho capo of the neck and tho seat of
the trousers and pitched him off tbo
bridge into tho Fasig river. Then he
calmly took his gun from tbo Spanish
officer and began pacing tho beat as if
nothing had happened. Tho America a
soldier miy not be so military as his
brother of Europe, but ho is made, of
tho right stnfl."
The Successful Remedy for Nasal
must be non-irritating, easy of application,
aud ouo that will by its own action
reach tho lnllamed and diseased surfaces,
ELY'S OliEAM BALM combines tbo
important reaaisites of nnick action and
specific cnrativo powers with perfect
stiiety to tuo patienr. xnis agreeable
remedy has mastered catarrh as nothing
else has, and both physicians and
patients freely concede this fact. All
druggists cheerfully acknowledge that
in it the acme of Pharmaceutical skill
has been reached. Tne mo;t distressing
symptoms quickly yield to it. In
acnte cases tho Balm imparts almott
Catirrbal sufferers should remember
that Ely's Cream Balm is the only catarrh
remedy which is quickly and
thououoiilv AitsonutiD by the diseased
membrane. It does not duv up the
SEcnETioNS, but changes them to a
limpid nnd odorless condition, and finally
to a natural and healthy character.
Tho Balm can bo found at any drug
store or bv sending HO cents to Ely
Brothers, CO Warren St., Xow York, it
will be mailed.
Full directions with each package.
Cream Balm opens and cleanses the
nasal passages, allays inflammation,
thereby ttopping pain in the brad, heals
aud protects the mi mbrano and restores
tho senses of lateaudsmell. The Balm
is applied directly into tho nostrils, eow
Select! Ky., Nov. 10th, 1893,
Mrs. Zada London died at her father's
home, Mr, J. J. Stewart, on the evening
of October 20, 1803. Shu was born
April 14th, 1830, and professed faith in
Christ in 1802 and joined tho Green River
church in which sho lived a consistent
member. She was married to Mr. R.
A. London, February 10tb, 1808. She
hd been in very delicate health for
somo time. But she bore her b Mictions
whu chtnii)tn ottiiaiUi aud was novor
heord to mHrmnr or oomp)aJD 8ho
wj bo , mi8ecd in oburcbi Bnn.
daytcbool, aooiety, and tho homo will I'
miss her vacant seat and plcarant smile
and her bereaved husband a loving companion.
II er funeral was preached by
Rev. M. M. Iltimpton in the presence-of
u largo concourso of sorrowing rola
tives and friends.
When true hcaiU tie withered,
Aud fund ones ate flown,
O who would Inhabit
This bleak world alone?
Ring out the old Ring In the new
Ring out the false Ring in the true"
bring to you the new and true from tho
forests of Norway
most natural remedy, Improved by
to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive
for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces
Lungs and Bronchial Tubes.
sore, weary cough-Worn Lungs are exhilarated
the microbe-bearing mucus Is cut out j the
that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed
are healed and soothed so that there
Inclination to cough.
80LD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS
Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00 Sixes
BE SURE YOU GET
BLIND TIGER TALK.
Few Remarks on a Subject Very
Important in Ohio County
Just at Present.
K. Nov. It). In thcte!
i1aia fif "Itliml 1 1 intra "icIiah Inn. I ,1. '
luHi'on nnd a mockery, when
Defls with all its debasing concomitiLU
J9 threatening tho very heait of social
order, iu not only corrupting its moral!
.life, but parnlj zing tho power of law
w!tb ilagrant infractions nnd when tho1
t1An At..Min .i..m.i -1.....1....1 1. -!...'
uwnui tnuiuuT ciiiuw nuncuvu, llVJJ'lt'Hq
ftml stiy in such days it nny
be of ibtereet to your readers to know
what measures Rcckport Las Ukcn to
rcfrtoro peace and order.
Indeed, tho situation had grown so
disgraceful and desperate, tho "I lind
tiger," seemingly lost to allstnse of duty
to State and fociety, bad grown so
bold, and debanehery eUlking btstial
and depraved to tho last degree, hud
growu so boisterous nnd htdeoup, tlat
many of our bct citizens had du term in
ed to sacrifice their property nod cava
their families by flight. No mother or
father, whofo bcuso of parental responsibility
had been sharpened and broad-cued
by love of children and heightened
and unnotlad by solicitude for their future,
could longer bear to expose thim
in the tender formative period of tbdr
lives to sneb appblling fLilueoce?.
Tbo question Is strictly a moral ouo.
Thero is no business sido to it. A licensed
siloon is but atother came for
tho profound guilt of compromising,nud
to that extont becoming accessory to ono
of tho pravefct of social evils.
Tbe'Vlind tiger" fs unlawful and is
run in violation of law ; disreputable,
sneakiug and contemptible acd every
vendor and patron feels tho brand of
publio disgrace. Ho knows be must
sneak and skulk and perjuro himself, if
needs be, liko the criminal ho is. But
tbo 1 censed saloon is run with publio
consent. It is lawful, though none tho
less viclons and demoralizing.
Ah 1 when you vote to stamp such a
business with public approval, no craft
of rhetoric, no (stilling of a protesting
conecienco can rescuoyon from the aw.
fnl responsibility of having bidden your
boy and yonr neighbor's boy to patronize
it, the penalty for which is left to
II im who sees arigLt and deolarea that
"vengeance is mine."
If a "blind tiger," against which you
and the law denounoe penalties and
ruin yonr boy or friend, yon know
the responsibility lies not at your door.
But Low ttanda the account of tho grim
work nnd sad story, if you lend your
name and infiaeuce to open saloons? I
say the question is settled and not debatable,
and I repeat, as to the business
phase of tbo question, it has none.
Revenue from such n source wonld be
blood money wrnng from tho back and
mouiu 01 wue anu cnnu who dturer
than bride and "child of misery baptized
in tears." With conscience refined by
culture, who, I ask, could withont deep
remorse, walk a pavement bnilt ont of a
poor drnnkard's debauchery, reverberating
with thewailof famishiug children
and tho piercing angnisb of brokenhearted
Revenue I Yes, so could yon get revenue
to license a thief to a bruto
to assault, even a fiend to do murder.
If mere revenue is all, let us abrogate
our penal laws and substitnto high license.
But it is not jntt quite all to
corrupt our boys and our neighbor's
boys to get revenue; it is carrying tbo
revenue fad to extremes. Some things
are more precious than gold and gems,
and theso are they. Some things I would
not doformoneyandtblsisonoof them.
Ask tbo mothers ot this country, Qod
bless them, about finch rovenno nnd
hear what theeo good hearts will say.
But let me return to tbo original purpose
of reporting tho progress of Rock-port's
reform move. However, owing
to this long digression, it were better to
postpone till another time.
Membku op tub L. R. U.
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTANT.
The Quaker Valley Mf Co., or Chicago hae
rtq nested us to announce that they hate sereral
thousand sets of the finest coin silver-plated
War Memorial hooons Jell oer from their re
cent distribution. They ulll mall, postpaid, a
full set of six of thcH spoons to ecrv subscriber
toTUK Herald, who will send name and ad
dress a postal card will do, If, on receipt of
the spoons, you Cad them the most exquisitely
beautiful specimens of the silversmith's art you
ever saw. and worth fj oo, remit 78 cents; as pay.
men 1 in luii.wnnin 30 a ays; 11 not pieasea.reiurn
spoons immediately. Kach spoon Is of a differ
ent design after dinner cotlee size showing
soldiers In camp In Cuba, Morro Castle and four
S. Battleships. They are Imperishable
of the late war. end et cry subscriber of
should accept this most remarkable otTeriand obtain
a set before It Is too late. All that's necrs.
sarylstosay you're a subscriber to Tub IIkk
ald (thi In Important) aud that you accept
Memorial Spoon Oner. Addrein
tf QUAKKKVAM.liYMI'O CO.,
3S3.355 & 357 W. Harrison Street, Chicago.
A Cuban Breakfast.
ttxtract from a letter In Chicago Record.)
Tho breakfast catnoia about au hour.
First tvu had boiled 0gH and ormletn.
With theso wo Lad fried bananas and
sweet ro'utoes. Wo also had chicken,
hiitu, somo dried meats, lettuce, as good
bread as wad over baked by woman,
Riian j II v, all kind of fruits and ix-n.
II out c. ffVe. In fnot. ... it wn it h.h , nidi.
l.VKtol uieal. A Urt olribs chtrot nas
hia Rurved, Thece hospiUbln women
had prepared thin uu id ou an hout'n notion
lor 11 d ztstx hungry moo.
Thrtr LiuiDiuess at hbiiu: utile to forvo
una the ouibUutiUlL'ht ut thu Amor-
leaup. Muny of tbt m bad biro feet and I
woro rnmowtat fccuatv (l)thiuu', but
their uraciouiuefcs and courtesy could
not bo fxseeded. With tho exception
tho bnud and fait, everything 1 1 bo
hud, t'ven to the ptpper, wr rHlstdon
Iho place. It was a rom trkahlo
Bsars ths st IM MM m ItaYfl AlWfS BOUfiW
A Tramp Hero.
MaywciiI). Ky . Nov 18.-J. D Kel-
n white trump, about forty ycurs old,
wus manpled by s freight traiu h ru ut
' noou today ou tho Illiuoia Central railroad,
after caving Mi6S Lottie Hohs, a
beautiful youcg lady, from t'jo btmo
fato. Tho freight was bwjtohfugu box
oar in thj yard. Mhs Rjbb stumbled
' on t'ao rail and would have fallen undor
thu wheuls. but Kelly lifted her to Srfo
ty. Ho ws caught under thu oir and
ouo fcot out off. In trying to crawl out
whilo tho traiu was in motion ho was
crushed under the whools and instantly
killed. Id ono pocket was a
wrapped in a paper eofToo bag,
ll IL -Ji-ii-
H..-H ", 11 11 11
HE 1890 volume will be
ever published, strong
the welcome friend of young nnd old in thousands of homes,
read with equal Interest by every member of the family.
Among the articles and stories
1809 will be:
HOW I WENT TO THE MINES.
SERENY MARIA AT SCHOOL,
A POCKETFUL OF MONEY,
THE AGRICULTURAL STRIKE,
FIFTY YEARS WITH A MENAGERIE,
AN ESOTERIC PIG,
FOR LIFE AND LIBERTY,
POLICE SPIES IN RUSSIA,
TRAPPED IN THE TANK,
FATTY SAM'S ELOCUTION LESSON,
THE WOLF AND THE WHEELBARROW,
AN INLAND ARMOR CLAD.
THE PARSHLEY CELEBRATION,
The Companion Calendar Free.
THE Finest Calendar of the Century is offered as a special Christmas Rlitto
I new subscribers to The Companion, ItWiaxlnchesinsire, lithographed
In twelve most delicate and lurmonlous colors, with a rich border of embossed
gold. In every way it Is equal to any Si.oo calenJar offered at art stores. It is
beautiful enough to adorn the prettiest corner in the loveliest home.
PERRY MASON & CO., - BOSTON, MASS.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN FOR NEWSPAPER
The Semi-Weekly Republic and the
Hartford Herald will Both be Sent
One Year for $1.50.
Tho Semi-Weekly Republic is the
best general newspaper ot lti cIim published,
nnd haa a hrer circulation now
tLai any other uovb Weekly or Semi-Weekly.
It has command not only
of all tho grciftt sources of now a from
tho Daily aud Sunday Hepublio, bnt
also receives the special Hcrvico of the
New York Herald aud New York Jour
nul. The telegraphic nnd cable, service
of Tho Hepublio aud tho papers mentioned
Luvo never been equaled in tho
history of journalism in this or any
It is the leading Democratic pnt or of
By a special nrrnncemet t mado for a
limited timo only, our friend will bo
civen nn opportunity to tike advantage
of thu liberal proportion.
Heme tuber tho oflfr, Thu
Week Republic, 10 vws w week, end
TheHkhw.d bith oiiO year for only
Butter Made from Peanuts.
Kokomo, Ini., Nov. 17. A now factory
bos jutt been put int) operation in
Kokomo for the manufacture of batter
from peanuts. By the nno ot tho Span
ish nut grown iu tho Philippines the
article is produced. At the present
price of tho Spanish nuts tho butter
can be soil at 15 cents per pound, and
if tbo Philippine Islands become an
American possession, with no import
duties, tbo coet wdl bo less. Tho pro
cess of manufacture is nof a secret Tho
nuts, aft?r tho bulls are removed, aro
carefully With tho faulty
kernels removed they aro roasted in a
largo rotary oven. Again thoy aro
trono over by hand for tho removal of
scorched grains. Tho nuts aro then
put through a mill and ground as fino as
the finest Hour, tho natnral oil in tho
grains giving it the npptaranco and
consistency of putty as it haves tho
mill, except that it is more of an oranco
color. By the addition of filtered
water to reduce i. t) a moro iduble state
tho butter is complete, no other ingredient,
not even rait, being used. It
tattes much like cow butter.
Longfellow to be Illustrated.
Latt year Oharles DaDa Gibson illustrated
"The Feoplo of D'ckous" for
Tho Ladkb' Home Jonrcal. Tho pictures
wero to successful that this year,
and during next year, W. h, Taylor,
tho New England artist who has made
bocu rapid strides in his art, will illus
trate "Tbo Peoplo of Longfellow"
also for Tho Ladies Homo Journal,
Tho poems selecteed aro "Tho Psalm
Life." "Hiawatha," "Evangeline,"
'The Oonrtjhip ot Miles Htandisb,"
"The Children's Hour," 'The Village
Blackemitb," and others.
Boro lunps, pain in tho chest and painful
breathing aro quickly rcllovccf and
cured by tho old rellabfo specific, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. Tills
romedv breaks up a cold In ono
night and is. without doubt tho very
best medicino for nil aflectlons of tho
throat nnd lungs. It has cured thousands
and will euro you. It novcr disappoints.
Try it at once.
Will quickly heal Sore Lungs.
Doses nre am all and pleasant to take. Doctor
recommend iu Vrlce 25 cents. At all tlroggtftta.
H0r?.fl Cltanaea and UwUtlea tha half, ,
I'mmnlM A ItltUrUtlt CTOWth.
Mavar Jajla to Uaator Qraj
BM-i II&If to ita IDUIU1UI I ywtws.
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