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The Eaton Weekly Democrat
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE.
Eaton, Thursday, Ju.ly 28. 1S7Q.
ISSUES BEFORE THE
a. White Citizenship, Free Trade
Repudiation of the BondedDebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration undez the Old Con
stitution and no compromises
with the destructive andlnfamons
policy of a centralised despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of Stntc,
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judge,
HoN.KKJllARD A. HARRISON
Of Madison Couuty.
For Comptroller of the Treasury,
JOHN A. HEATON.
Of Belmor.t County.
For Member of Board of Public Works
Col. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
The democracy of Preble coun
ty, will meet at the Court House
in Eaton, on Saturday, Aug. 13
1870, at 1 o'clock P. M. for the
burposa of selecting 12 delegates
to represent the county of Preble
in the Convention to be held in
the city of Hamilton, O., on the
18th day of August, 1870. A full
attendance is requested.
J. H. Foos,
Chairman Dem. Gen. Com.
When the last radical Congress
towards the close of its corrupt
and baleful exiatance, passed the
funding bill; which has for its ob
ject the continuance for all time
to come, of the intoleral burdens
of the so-called war debt, it un
wittingly done infinitely more
in furtherance of the canse of re
pudiation, than the friends of the
measure could ever have hoped
to accomplish by months of ar
gument and hard labor.
It smoothed the way by indi
cating to the people what the ob
ject of the bond holders and their
hired attorneys in Congress, real
ly Is in reference to the debt, and
rendered camparatively easy of
accomplishment what before was
a task of great magnitude, re
quiring incessant and constant
labor and exertion for an infinite
length of time.
Did we not know that the in
tentions of the authors of the
fuudine bill, were bad and uu
friendly to the tax-payers ard
those upon whom the burdens of
the debt fall most heavily, we
should feel like thauking the
rump for its action in this re
gard, for although we know the
act itself was not commendable,
because intended to perpetuate
and make eternal the burdei s of
the people for the benefit of the
rich; we feel that the effect is
most glorioas, inasmuch as it has
opened the eyes of the people to
their danger, and given them to
understand and realize just what
is in store for thern, in the future
unless they take the matter in
their own hands rise in their
might and shake off the shackles
that are being fastened upon
their free limbs by repudiating,
in toto, the infamous bonded war
debt. In this direction is the
only hope of safety for ourselves
and our Republican institutions
Not to repudiate now, is to
give a willing assent to the im
perious and unconscionable de
mands ot the bloated bondholder
and make ourselves and our
children forever, serfs and slaves
to a hateful and tyrannical mon
Let the people chooBe the way
that seemeth best to them.
nasjThere was quite a lively
debate at the Radical Couuty
Convention, on Saturday last,
over the resolution instructing
the delegates to vote for Brooke.
It was finally settled by making
it read "Brooke, 'or any other
One hundred and fifty China
men engaged on a plantation
tation neor New Orleans, matin
ied Sunday, and seized and held
Oumr.ing, a Chinese labor con
tractor, as a hostage. The ring
leaders were arrested.
Organization and Victory.
An early and efficient organi
zation must be completed if the
Democratic party hope to have a
full victory at the coming elec
tion. Mere numbers are not al
ways able to win a battle. A
small band o f well disciplined
troops, led and managed by ex
perienced officers, in most cases
will put to flight a mob, without
head, system or order. The form
er make all their movements in
an intelligent manner, and with
reference to a certain general ef
fect. The latter fight without a
definite purpose, and hence oue-
half of their strength is loBt.
The Radical party has many ad
vantages in a canvass. They
have the patronage of the of the
National ,8tate and Local gov
ernment. All the officials are
called upon for money whenever
it is needed, and they viust con
tribute on j ain of losing their
places. In this manner, large
sums are raised for political pur
To this summary must bo ad-
the necro vote, and then the
Democrats will see what they
have to face and overcome in the
preseut campaign. It is always
best to look a contest fairly in the
face. To underestimate the re
sources of an opposing array is
to weaken the chances of a vic
tory. -But while the Kadicale
have some advantages, the Dem
ocrats occupy a most advanta
goous position for an attack.
The administration of General
Grant is falling to pieces from
weakness and corruption. Con
gress has spent a whole sesion in
idle talk, and nothing has been
done, of a satisfactory character
with the tariff, the currency or
the taxes. Business men in all
parts of the Union demand the
repeal of the infamous income
tax. But thei" voices are treat
ed with coutempt. and while
business shrinks and withers
tax collectors wriug from the in
dustry of the conntry the last
cent of a heavy imposition, and
a Radical victory willj place ne
gro children in all the public
schools and negro men and wo
men in opera houses, theatres
hotels and all other public places
where white ladies and gentle
men congregate, and a fair idea
can be obtained of the advantag
es which the Democratic party
have to counterbalence those
the opposition. There is noth
ing in our tickets or Burroundings
to repel voters. We have no un
fulfilled promises blocking the
road t o success. The people
want reform, and it can only be
obtained through Democratic or
ganization. This is apparent.
They are opposed to negro equal
ity and domination. Their wish
es can be hardened into action
only by the success of the Dem
The sentiments of every man
can be ascertained by a little
work. The merchant who is be
ing robbed by infamous tax exac
tions will not be close-mouthed,
nor will the working-man, whose
little ones w ill have to sit beside
negroes in the public schools,
fail to indicate which way he will
cast his ballot in October. These
men must be noted and joined
with the Democrats in the gener
al enumeration for voting pur-
boies. But the whole matter
must not be postponed until with
in a few weeks of the electiou.
Now is the time to set the ball
motion. Let each Democrat
take an interest in the movement
and the canvass can be made
complete and efficient. Victory
is within our grasp. It must not
be lost by idleness or inattention.
It is very essential that .as
many Democratic papers be cir
culated during the campaign
possible, and it would bo well
raise a fuDd for the purpose
supplying every doubtful voter
aud Democrat who is not able
take a paper during the Cam
paign, as more good can be done
in this way for a small amount
of money than in any other
The Dayton Journal men
tions nine Radical aspirants for
Congressional honor, whose
names will be presented to the
Convention tomorrow a t Mid-
The Foreign War.
Up to this writing there has
been no hard fighting, but an en
gagement is daily expected on
the Rhine. Several skirmishes
have taken place, in which, the
French have generally boen re
pulsed. The heaviest of these
took place at Saarbuck, the
French attacked and were re
pulsed, losing 20 men.
Northern Ohio Fair.
We have received the Premi
m List and Programme tor the
first exhibition of the Northern
Ohio Fair Association, to he held
at Cleveland on the 4th, 5th, 6th
nd 7th days of October next.
Twenty thousand dollars are of
fered as prizes in the several de
partments of Live stock. Farm,
Garden, Orchard and Vineyard
iroducts, Mechanics', Manufac
turers' and Domestic Goods,
Works of Art, Scieuce, &c. For
variety aud liberality in values,
the scedule for this Fair is espec-
ally attractive, and will enlist
the most active competition from
all parts of the country.
The Northern Ohio Fair Asso
ciation was organized in Februa
ry last, as an independent joint
stock company, with a cash capi
tal of $150,000, all ot which has
been taken by citizens of Cleve-
and and vicinity, and the man
agement placed in the hands of
a Board of the most active and
responsible business men of that
region, which is a sufficient guar
anty that the promises of the As
sociation will be fulfilled.
For copies of this Premium
List aud other intormation rela
ting to the Northern Ohio Fair,
address Col. S. D. Harris, Cor
responding Secretary, Cleveland,
Hit the Nail. An exchange
"bits the nail on the head," when
it says it very cften gets cordial
invitations to putt" all sorts of
things and institutions, "free
gratis for nothing," but it fails to
see it in that light. Generosity
and courtesy, according to i t
ideas should not be like a ins
handle all on one side. Those
people who want to be noticed
and are worthy of it, should "talk
turkey" to the printer part of tho
Mischief makers are a set of
the most unprofitable and silly
knaves in Christendom t hey
neither benefit themselves while
they injure others, nor gain ease
while they make all around them
uneasy. The liar generally has
some end to answer by his uu
truths the thief gains the object
he desires by his theft, and
murderer gratifies his malice
destroying his enemy; but the
evil speaker the tattler the
busy body, receives contempt for
bis trouble, and loses his charac
ter while he spends his breath.
L S. L. & S W. R. R.
From present indications we
feel justified in predicting the
early completion o. this road
from Huntsville, on the Mad
river and Sandusky Road,
Louisville. Col. Howard, a thor
ough business man and a prac
tical railroad builder, has charge
of the work, assisted by Colonel
Clute, who is the right man in
the right place. Mr. D'Jongt
has charge of the engineering de
partment. He is reported to be
one of the most scientific engin
eers in the whole country. Un
der charge and control' of such
men there can be no doubt of suc
cess. When completed this road is to
be an extention of tho New York
Central and the Lake Shore road
Louisville and the Great South
West, and will be of more utility
to Piqua than both of the roads
now in operation. Success
he enterprise. Piqua Democrat.
The Dayton Journal publishes
the letter of Bob Scheuck, de
clining to be a Candidate in the
Third Congressional District a
gain. Bobby is smart.
"snuft'eth the battle atar off."
He gives as his reasons for
wanting to serve the "dear peo
ple" any longer a desire for
rest from his plundering labors
a feeling that time is a great
amouut of dissatisfaction among
his party friends at his crooked
course with the "land grabbers"
and "Whisky Binger3" lastly,
he is too poor ! Pitty the sor
rows of a poor old man!" Poor,
indeed! A man poor that can
build a $20,000 house in Wash
ington city, and furnish it ac
cordingly and then take a trip
Conflagrations. Loss, two and a half million
New York, July 25.--A very i
destructive fire, involving a loss
ot property amounting to nearly
three-quarters of a million dol
lars, broke cut last night in the
fifth story of a brown stone
building ot the corner of Broad
way and Reictor streets.
Boston, Jcly 26. A terrible
conflagration occurred in East
Boston today, which burned over
a thickly populated district of
about five acres, principally oc
cupied by merchants and the em
ployes of tho manufacturing e
tablishmtntsof that part of the
city. The less is estimated at a
Another iuthe city at tho same
time, destroyed property to the
amount of $120,000, and one fire
man lost his life
Philadelphia, July 29 --At 6J
o clock last evening a hre broke
out in the st gar refinery of New-
hall & Bone, sitnated at the cor
ner of Race ud Crown streets.
In a short tine the whole build
ing, which is Bix stories high,
was enveloped in flames, and it
was teared the hre was beyond
control rnd a general alarm was
Rounded. The whole block was
i n d neor. However, after
couple of hours hard work, the
fireman gamed control oi me
flames, bnt not until the rehnery
was totally destroyed.
During the progress of the fire
the wall fronting on Race street
fell in, by which a number of
firemen were wounded. The ro-
tol loss is est:mated at $1,200,000
on which there is an insurance
The Home of Washington.
We have received from the
publishers, Messrs. E. Ilanna-
ford & Co., of No. 177 West
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 0-, a
copy of the above work, which is
one of the most beautiful and at
tractive books ever issued trom
the American press. It has been
the object and design in this vol-
r I 1 1
ume, to turnisn a worn wnicn
would be prized by the people as
a souvenir in every American
home, and the publishers have
succeeded to a dot, and no Li
brary should be considered com
plrte without a copy of this beau
ti ul and interesting book. Sold
only by subscription. Agents
wanted in every county, to whom
liberal terms will be given. Ap
ply immediately to the Publish rs
The Delegates from this
County to the Radical Conven
tion tomorrow, were instructed
to vote for C. F. Brooke, "or any
Fresh 3 Ne
M. F. Stephens is
now receiving a large
assortment oi jn e w
Goods for fall trade at
very low prices. Call
and see how cheap
they are. lw
Wm. Enqle, has removed his
Tailor Shop from over Deem's
Dry Goods Store, to Gilmore's
Row, on the west side of Bamr.
street, Eaton, where he will be
prepared to execute work in his
line neat and cheap. Give him
an early call. aug.4w3.
Of all sizes, from the smallest
pin or locket picture to life size,
on short notice, aud executed in
the best style of the art, at
Johnson's Gallery, north side ot
Main street entr'.
July 21, 1870-tf.
Road Tax Lists.
PREBLE Co., OHIO,
EATON, July 18, 1870.
The road tax lists will be ready
on and after July 25th.
JARVIS N. LAKE,
If von want to save mon
ey in the purchase of DRY
GOODS, go tothe store of F. M.
Deem, and satisfy yourself tha.
the above is true.
July 28, 1870-tf.
WANTED Partner With
$500 capital, to enrage .in the
printing business. Apply ut this
The Trichina Spiralis or Pork
Perhaps it is not generally
known that the much talked of
trichina tpivaii, or pork worm,
was first discovered in America
by Dr. It C. Kendall, of Phila
delphia, Pa., with that American
instrument known as trie Craisr
Microscope, costing only $2 75,
after repeated failures to discov
vj I LIIU YVU11U IIIJ Oil lllt lll tUU
microscope, costing $55, '"of feeb
ler power and less reliable." This
act Dr. Kendall stands ready to
prove at any time. the "Craig
Microscope in neat box with full
direction is mailed anywhere for
$2.75, by E. II. Boss 313 Locust
St., St. Louis, Mo. Read adver
tisement in this paper. june9.3n!.
How many housewives are
there who have experinccd the
difficulty of obtaining good vin
egar. Read the advertisement
ot W. 1!. Uish;jP in this paper.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
WITH ATT.CfIME-TS FOB ALL KINDS OF Wo 1 K
Is fat t winning favor in the UcuHchoIJ
as mown by the Sales ot i.usl l ear,
Amounting to eighty-six Thous
and, seven Hundred and
Kighty One Machines,
which fir exceed
those of any
This new FAMILY MACHINE i
capable of a range und variety of work
such as was thought impossible, a Rhort
time ago, to perform bv machinery.
We claim, and can show those whom n
may concern, thnt it is the cheapest
most bcautitul, delicately arranged
uicely adjusted, easily operated, and
smoothly running of nil the family Sew-
inz Jlachines. It 14 ren.nrkaule. nrl
11 01 nn 1 j Tin il and variety of i!
scwiug, out hiso, lor me variL-tj o
variety of sewing, but also for the varie
tv and 'liferent Kinds of Texture which
11 will sew with equ.il futility and per
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ton Thread, fii e or coarse, making the
Interloeked-lilastic-stitch, alike on botr
sides of the fabric f own. Thua header
cloth, or reaiherj. jjuay rffi sewn with
xt strengih and uniformity of stitch
and in moment this willing and never
weaiying machine may be adjusted (or
fine work on . auze or gos nm- r tissue,
or the tucking of tarletan, or ruffling, or
almost any other wcrK which delicate
Bngers lave been known to perform.
Put chasers can soor be convinced
that our new Family Machine embodies
New and essential principles simplicity
of construction ease ot operation uni
tornnty it fltKitJlSfc. action at any
speed capacity for range and variety cf
work, hne or coarse, leaving all r.val
THE FOLDING CASES.
The New Family machine mi-y
in a variety of folding covers and cuses
Some show in polished surface only the
grain and tint ol the wood, while others
are iiniehed in all the elaboration of art
Hemming, Felling, Unfiling,
ing, Bindiig, Gathering, Tucking Km
brnidering, and so lorth, are not onl)
numerous, but now brought to great
perfection. Most of them can be it
"tehed b a bimplo move of the hand.
he quality of the work c . n only be fully
ppreoiated on observation and exaiui-ation.
IN EN THKEAD, SPOOL COTTON
We have and shall keep in stock at.
our Central Office, and Agencies, on
spools oi variouj iiseJ.1 Twist of all
sizes and co'ors, Linen Thread, Spool
Cotton Oil, ar d all other articles ne
cessary in the use of our machines
Ve wish it understood that we manu.
lecture th Twist sold by us; that we
shall .ii in to have it . ...-. I in quality arrd
exceed in quantity, f r a given piice
that of other manufacturers, and that
the Twist made by us in our new and
extensive mills, supplied as they are
with the most improved machinery and
skille4 labor can be ielied on for the
desirable qualities of uniformity of size,
evenness, length of thread as mrrked on
each spool, strength, excellence of color
and beautv of finish.
TBE SINGER MANUFACTURING
S-CINCINNTI OFFIOK, 61 West
Fourth St. March 10, 1870P
Dk3iocrat can be had from now
until after the Campaign for the
trifling sum of SIXTY-FIVE cts.
In clubs of 10 FIVE DOLLARS.
This is the only, and best oiler
we shall make to the many De
mocrats of Preble. Send in the
J. McLean, pluintiffj Before Jos Camp
afrainst bell, j. p. Lrnier
G. W Mi ler. Deft Tp.. Preble c.., O
ON the 8th day ef joi.y, 1870. said
justice issued an order of Attach
ment, in the above Action for the sum of
Six Dollarf and Twenty cents, $6,20.
Lanier Township, july 28, 187Qw3pd.
NEW THIS WEEK.
1pU?T i lJ T
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During the past Six Year sits
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An L listen Kingdom is opened to thi
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ONE COLLAR; For tiale by Wm.
BISHOP, St Louis, Mo Agent for the
WMoVTERS T Mills!.,
Dealers in First Class
North-Baron street, EATON, O.
June a, 1870.yrL .
Dayton & Eaton Om
THE undersigned will rnn a Pail
Omnibus line between Dayton an
Eaton, as follows :
Leave Baton daily at 5 30 a. nv, nrri
inr at Dayton at 10 a. m.
Leave Dayton at 1 p. m., arrivin
at Eaton at 6 30 p. m. ,
Prompt connections madewith No- th
ern trains at Dnrton.
Passengers will be called for br ltn
ins t'icil address at tha Doup Honaa,
Dayton, and the E xress OiSce,
the Drug S:ore of J. P.pBrookiaa. 4 Son,
All orders and'-om missions prompt
alter ded to. J AS. TORRKNf E.
fa, l GH-yrl.
and Dental Articles, and mail) Otl'eri
mi.ie, at a trifling coat, a d aeliin'
readily at lartjc profila, with rneuy in inn
facturers secret., c.
m ea (, t arepeiaft raaera, llumiin oM emaes am
easily ' tnadj ha- wtk a emarmrmsf in aaraljiaaina nad
bati mir of
HOOFLAND S GERMAN BITTXH8,
HOOFLAHD'S GERMAN TOIIC.
Prepared by Dr. O. M. Jackson, Fhlll lljlll
Tbair Introduction Into. this eonstry trots Ommtrnj
THKT CUSXD TODS
FATHERS AND MOTMBi,
And will eons yog and yonr iMHiai Tby ass
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ailed BitWra or
n tavern nrona
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ration, or ujrUlM
Ilk one ; bat good, honest, reliable
Tktgnmlt known nrntiUmfmr
Diseases of the Kidney
ERUPTIONS OF THE SHI.
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JMPVRITT Or TUB BLOOD.
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Vullneas of Blood to the Head, Actdttr
of the Stomach, Jvaoaea. mara.
burn. Diaaunt for Food. nlll
or Weight In the StoaaaoB,
Sour Eructation. Sinking-
or Klutterin at tho
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minr of the Head.
at the Heart,
Buffocatl re J
when In a L,v-'
or We be before tho
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or too Skin aid Zoa,
Pain in the Side,
Lnsr in the rioaa. i
of Evil and Or eat
All Ui'Mt ii. .iU aSMW
Orgau, comUmd wit l
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tri. t. Xlic- Hoot a, Herb, and Bar tin
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a re nratbered aananaw I n lliiauf,
All thr laaAXtW -kelnal vli-twno
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a irli-nllor abaaaSw rKeaalat. Taaa
extrarta are then lorwardcd ta thla
country to bo unnd exareaolr fr tba
mitiiiifneinre ol tliene Hittern. There to
no alrol.ollr ul)u. ui r of any kind
In eniiiioiindtiK tkr 111 item, beanHto
ii... .ulv Hlttera that ran be naed bn
caacn aaliere alcoholic attaauli
Hoofland's German Tftwilo
TTJj ,(.... MMtrfiVa art. wllllratv dl
nan un n.ivtrUttdmr lac can dtm.
Oftt bring K-.eattJfc aainarnalenj a aaaUefl
trhiU tht . iktrt are wurt rfirenllaai of ri
Mar cmJ tifrtM ma
Urn matt it ayvminO i
eW.j ar of end la Ike and III.
Uiern pleasure Im tab U, enVOa
Ml, and nalKiaal anabataj baa
a flfcaaraaaiat of oM taaaaa
Uftiving, natHi alba)
HUM U" mmmwm
dkdil i nr.
There is an aaaaaakat
B um or renac a
Thry imjirt a tun
rant. ill Of aa
.yawtr a. a eanaV aaand,
aaia, aailufi aW yWlaar May from mm
I !!, ii iniiiad, mil.
com to the cAeett. aa aua
aaaa fo mfomfQutt, stem, em eisei aa aavaaa.
Weak and Delicate Children are
ade atrong by aaiama; the Bittern emw
el n on. They
n lart, iney are r aaan j rm zmr
rhey can bo a d snlr lasarad with
Id, the aaoat delicate
ear aaeatl yen. The be menu, the
them If mors of honest i njnfaWnji mm for i
fern must trw these preparations.
FROM HOB. GXe. W. WOODW ABIl,
Chief Juatlca of the Ouuremn Coart of
PaiLADSLrnia. March la,
find " BooJtancTe German Bitters " is not em mil
tenting beverage, but is et good tonie, useful im eUsoramwm
ins atgeeeiee organs, ana of great oenene mm anaai egj
Xaii mums aanom, an aaa ijnea
O MO. W. WOODWAMBs
FBOM HON. JAMXS THOatPSOJI,
i, Aj.ru , Maa
I e on a Id r r
eviim' In raw aaaarnV of
Indian Uoanffa avnaaor By
can c.-riur an an iroau nay
it. lonra, wnn
VBOaf SntT. JSSEPH
SABXX. Bv IK
PaaUir of tan
Tenth S jsai Ctaram, fill tlHl
i Daan mi:- nam been fi inmSn
be vary hsnejlatal
SW front of the outside aranyir of amah taali, and th
J - bane the atanafal of C. Am.
art Mewn an anas MSA'
Price or the Hitlers, I OO nor borUs
Or, a half dozen for tfi OO.
Prlr. or the Tonie, II (O nor battlou
Or, a half doaen Oar (7 SO.
The lonte la pat np in qnart hottlaa.
RetolUct that it is TV. afi tfmnwTt tm
at ore so anlnmany ueeet mmd m
mended and do nol
to nduce you la inA-e
' aany cv just at
maJree a nry. r nraj
due will be sent y
baa la the
AT THE QEEHAN ltEDICIMB BTOaS,
Me. n AB.C11 BTBMBT, I
CHAB. M. EVAlf B,
S-ormerly O. at. JACKSON dc OO.
heoe Remedlea are for aale by
lata, Storekeepers, omd
ore every where.
Pa not forget to examine wttt On erhoh pas mmm,
alar u : at (lit arnt
i ox n aw fc. aanr
Demean loo or aaVBaSenV
Jllu Liwtr mr JMiaaB
oemea a BomtmneTt waa
aaajaaaHSBVaua of AMb.
sai (aaroo aw n
Iraaala, or a anna
Uni JaaaeataaT or mm tmt
ever known, and will cure mil Usemoss remmsem from
near aaeaanaa mrawmm
aaahavavanl nil aaaaai anV
a anl a those at
y.a-v anew the nranaaaaj
hanyt MngetmtBmt km
express to any llrahny mmm ajnaMaa