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DAILY 'CAIRO- BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY C, 1881,
THE DAILY- BULLETIN,
Tbe Man With a Backet-'
Ho wm probably from Dealwood, or
Custer C'ily, or tlio (iunniiton Valley, or
from some of tho other places where
they wear one shirt for tlirce months
ana fcavti no other wish except to dio
with their boots on, no matter how
many square feet of cowhide there is in
them. There was only one othor man
In tho saloon when he entered and in
quired for live fingers of straight plzcn.
This solitary man sat with a leg on
'either side of a chair his chin resting
on tho back of It. His eyes were half
closed, his tongue hanging out a bit,
and his mind was at rest. The new ar
rival swallowed his liquid, wiped off
liis chin on his coat-tail, and suddenly
camo down in front of the sleeping man
"I'm from tho head waters of Grizzly
River! I'm the only living reptile as
ever crossed Rattlesnake IVrrary or
swum tho length of Alligator Lake!"
"I've fit tho hull Tawnoo tribe of In
juns to oncl! I've gono out at mid
night to tackle catamounts, and got up
airly in tho morning to pull cinnumou
b'arsout of their dens! I've looked
bulller bulls out of countenance, and
I've made a grizzly shako all over, by
"Ye-e-s," drawled the man on the
chair as ho drew in his tongue and
opened the oilier eye.
"Don't tackle rue'" yollotl Dead wood,
ns lie leaped high iff air and clicked liis
tenth together. "Tho man who tackles
jno is pulp in just two seconds! Don't
sit thnr and look at mo that way, for
I'm an avalanche on wheels a land
slide with a gait of ninety miles a min
it a tornado which plavs ball with tho
peaks of tho Rockies! That's the rack
et I've worked ever since I was ten
Tho man on tho chair yawned heavi
ly, stretched his arms, aud lifted him
self up with tho motiou of an elephant.
"Whoop! waugh!" yelled tho other.
"I've lost my notched stick, but I'll
make oath I've wiped out forty-seven
white men and over a hundred Injuns!"
The other slowly removed his old hat
and flung it on tho floor. Then ho
Eushed up his sleeves aud tightened his
elt and gave himsolf a shake.
"W-what's tho matter, old man?"
earnestly inquired the man from Dead
wood. Tho other poked his hair until it
stood up like wires, got clear of tho
chair, and began to fumblo under his
"W-wbat ycrgwine to do, old paid?"
"Gwino fur to spile yer racket! I
don't 'low nobody to jump up and down
and holler and whoop and waugh on
mo when I'm astraddle of a cheer aud
"Yer don't! Then I'm dead sorry.
Fact is, I took yer for another man
for a wall-eyed, crook-backed, knock
kneod, Bofty-pillar from tho Calico
Flats, and I meant to make wolf-meat
of you in just Meven Shy Ann seconds.
Shake, olo pard put it tuarl and if
that 'ere kyote behind tho bar don't trot
out bis clroicest pizen and lots of it, I' 11
Bike off his infernal ears and gin 'cm to
ye fur sh-evc-buttons!"
Good Words from Druggists.
"Malt Bitters are the best 'bitters.' "
"They promote sleep and ally nervous
Jiest iiiver ana lviancy medicine we
"They knock tho 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Hitters have no rivals in this town."
"Best thing for nursing mothers we have."
"We like to recommend Malt Bitters.' '
It is a remarkable fact that Thomas'
Eclectric Oil is as good for internal as ex
ternal use. For diseases of the lungs and
throat, and for rheumatism, neuralgia,
crick in the back, wounds, and sores, it is
tho known remedy, and much trouble is
saved by having it always on hand. Paul
0. Schuh, agent.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at niirht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a kittle of
Mrs. WinBlow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who ha8 ever lined it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magie.
It is perfectly sate to ubc in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrin
tion of ooe of the oldest aud best femalo
physicians and nurses in tho United States
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
After Eight Long Years.
C. C. Jacobs, 78 Felsora Street, Buffalo,
writes that for eight long years he had
tried every known remedy to euro him of
piles, also had been treated by physicians
without success, when he was ultimately
curea by Thomas Electric Oil. Paul (J
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, lironchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of tho throat or lungs, we know
Dh.Kimi's Nkw Discoveky will givo you
immediate relief. Wo know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dn. Kiko's Nkw Dihcov
ruy will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
i. l'f.7,'r,U)nRUmPtSon. v-'re Coughs
?;iVllo8nww' r ftt'y Throat cr
Lung d Wane, If you will call' at Goo. E.
.1 V?? MrolUt, you can get
A Hive of Bees.
Burdock Blood Bitters bring l,
health, when tho body is badly disordered
" by impure blood. Billions, indigestion,
constipation, dyspepsia and other bad dis
order cured by Burdock Blood Bitters.
Trice 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Lydia E. Pinrimm's Vcgotablo Com
npund doubtless ranks first as a curative
airout in all diseases of the procrcative sys
tetu, degeneration of tho kidneys, irritation
of tbe bladder, urinary calculi, Ac, Ac.
Send to Mrs. Lydia E. 1'inkham, 233 Wen
tern Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
A recent issue of tho London Times
had seventy' -ono columns of advertise
The Cologne (lazcttc, 'commenting
on the yearly gathori ng of tho beet-root
sugar industry, rumurks that Germany
whieli, recently with GOD.O'H) tons ran
Austria with its IGO.OitO tons very close,
is likely this year with o.')l),000 tons to
stand first In tho beet-root sugaicoun
tries. Homo consumption, howover, is
rathm." declining thau increasing, and
tho Cologne (hizette. suggests a reduc
tion of duty, as in England ami Fi ance,
to stimulate tho consumption.
Ono of the commonest libclsof the male
sex is that "men's hearts nro reached
through their, stomachs." A correspond
ent writing about "Our Girls," repeat
the horesy. Tho natural hatred which ex
ists betwoen tho two sexes is kept
nllve by just such aspersions as this.
Women can never bo m:uo to respect
men as they should, so long as thoy feel
that the heart of tho sex is not in tho
right place. If men's hearts do drop
into their stomachs, is it not becnusu
they are so often compelled to digest
tlio grief of au unrequited affection?
And what a falso notion that meu care
very much what they have to eat! Let
tho average man sit down to a plain
dinner of soup, oysters, lisb, meat,
gamo, vegetables, pies, puddings, nuts,
and fruit, with pieklos, sauce, and
tho jiecessnry condiments, and ho is
contented to eat what is sot before him.
Christian Jiff inter.
Fair Play Out West.
Detroit Fr) I'hjm.
They give a man a chance out West.
In Deadwood, Custer, or any of those
now Western towns, tho spirit of fair
play crops to tho surface even in judic
ial proceedings. Not long since, a
Michigan man who keeps an eating
houso at Gunnison, was over-particular
about taking a counterfeit half-dollar,
and in the row which resulted ho
was considerably battered. Ho there
fore called upon tho Justice of tho
Peace and stated his ca.se and asked
for a warrant.
"1 guoss I wouldn't make a fuss over
it," replied tho official.
"But he moant to kill mo."
"Yes, I presume so, but ho'll leave
town and tiiat will end it,"
"But he's a dangerous man."
"Yes, they say so; but no ono is
afraid of him."
"Judge, do you know what he said
about you when I told him I'd have
"Well, he said you were a blamed
"Yes, but ho didn't mean it."
"And he called you a reptile."
"Well, ho was mad, 1 suppose."
"Yes, and he was mad when he said
you didn't know'enough to write your
own name, and therefore couldn't issue
"Did he say that? "
"Then I'll issuo on him liko a ten
ton avalanche on a yaller mule! The
man who sueezos at my lamia1 must
havo a contempt for tho judiciary."
The warrant was issuod, tho party
arrested aud tried, and the verdict of
the court was; ,
. "Gunnison William, the vordict of
:ths court is' that you are guilty, and
- the sentence is a tine of $25 in cosh.
This court can't get over the fact that
you viilificd iU mental calibre. It is
also aware of the fact that you haven't
a red to pay your fine with. Now,
then, if you will meet this court back
of this building on the level it will
cither git away with you in six and a
half miuu'.ts or remit tho lino. I want
to provo to tho citizens of Gunnison
that in electing me to tho judiciary
they have cast their votes for a man
who can spit on his hands in six differ
ent languages and git away with a hog
pen full of roughs without having an
ear scratched. Prisoner at the bar,
have you auything to say?"
Tho prisoner had. ilo said he'd
rather go to jail, and to jail ho went.
' The new lusthetio craze, savs tlio ixm-
don Wuiid, has been a great blow to
the young curates of tlie period. In
stead of embroidering slippers and dec
orating churches, maiden ladies, elder
ly aud otherwise, now devote their
spare time to the pursuit of the "in
tensely intense " and " too utterly
How to Pronounce Them.
Aye, meaning yes, should lie pro
nounced j aye, meaning always, a;
Cairo, in Egypt, Ki-ro; e-nerv-ate, not
en-er-vatc; Bis-marck, not Bees-innvck;
Hei-ue, not Iline. Final in German
is never silent. Metssonier ma-son-ya;
o-le-o-mar-ga-rine, not jn, and
with short t in the last syllable'.
Tiik Union News Comrmnv. No. 13 Park
Place is ono of the best known institutions
oflsewlork. Mr. Harry Ormond, who
litis been identified with this useful concern
for many years, speaks as follows: Sulfur
ing excruciating pain from a severe case of
rheumatism in the shoulder, which inra
padatcd mo lor work, I procured a bottle
of St. Jacobs Oil, at tho solicitation of
friend. I applied it very freely, and great
ly to my astonishment and gratification
every vestige ot pain was banished in 1
than twenty-tour hours alter I began using
it. I consider it a most remarkable remedy,
and shall unhesitatingly recommend it to
all Buffers from rheumatic pains.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease nr. Con
sumption. Brown s Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho Btomach like cough syrups
anu balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, givo relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
mo i nrot Troubles which S neers and
Public Hpcftkers aro subject to. For thirty
years lirown'B Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physiciaoB, and always
Wo pi'ifect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wa ana C0DRUnt UH0 for nearly
u!.u'll I)-(ttr,ernVon' th"y "ftVU R'nd
-" oeiii at as cents a
Dr. Kline's Great Narvo Restorer is tho
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Bend to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Finn.
The art of taxidermy out on Vinegar
Mill is yet in ita infancy. The leading
taxidermist of that booming gold camp
is as yet nothing but an anialour.
Tho art critic of this paper is in re
ceipt of a Bluffed weasel, which was the
first handiwork of the Vinegar Mill tax
idermist. Evidontly he had not tried
The weasel is naturally a dolicato,
fraccful little animal, with long, slen
or body and fragile proportions.
That's tho reason he looks lumpy and
unhappy when his remains are stuffed
with baled hay.
The dado editor who writes these
bints on decorativo art doesn't set him
self up as authority, of course, but sim
ply desires to suggest little points of im
provement. This paralyzod weasel is too flat, for
ono thing. In preserving weasels, to
avoid destroying the outline, they
should not bo pressed liko an autumn
Icuf, but stuffed liko a bologna sausage.
The casual observer will also notico
that tho tail of this woasol is erect,
which give him a self-reliant air, which
ill becomes tho shy and timid littlo
This is not true to nature. It jars
harshly on tho aesthetic taslo to seo a
weasel with his tail over the dash-board
that way. x
Tho weasel docs not jab his tail into
the middle of the horizon unless ho feels
pretty hilarious. It is not his nature.
We should study the habits of these an
imals, and wlien thoy are preserved try
so far as possible to still retain the
natural symmetry which they evinced
in Ii to.
Ono more suggestion. This weasel
was evidently too dead beforo they tried
to embalm him. The weasel should
not be too excessively dead when he is
placed iu the hands of the taxidermist.
After the remains have lain in state for
two or throe weeks, it is fair to suppose
that life is extinct, and the artist may
then gut his sawdust and poison ready
to go to work.
The practice of embalming weasels
who died tho previous year is now ob
solete. Ono more suggestion and wo are
done. In this specimcu tho eyes are
omitted. This gives to tho subject a
vacant and preoccupied air.
In tho abenco of artilicial eyes, the
artist should have inserted a pair of
overcoat buttons, because the delicato
taste of tho bric-a-bracker is shocked
when he gazes down into tho lustrous
depths once so full of life and soul, but
now so full of bran and other inexpen
If tho weasel were not so emaciated
where ho ought to havo been plump,
and so bunchy where ho ought to bo at
tenuated, ho would be more truo to na
ture, and the cast iron lithograph which
we herewith present wouldnot look so
much like a club-footed hat nick as it
does. Laramie City Boomerang.
Detroit Tree Truss.
Some weeks since a citizen of Green
field traded a mule to his. neighbor for
a horse, warranting the old braver to
be sound in wind and limb. ISot ten
days had elapsed when the mulo brayed
his last bray and kicked his lost kick.
Tho former owuer refused to bo held
responsible, and tho result was a law
suit which was concluded yesterday in
Justice Alley. . When the plaintiff had
told wliat he know ana tuougntuuu sus
pected, his wife was put mi the 6tand,
nnd on the cross-examination the de
fendant's lawyer said:
"Mrs. Smith, what did that mule dio
"Botts," was her prompt reply.
"Are von sure?"
"Wasn't the beast choked to death
with some fish-bones you gave bun
aloncr with his slop?"
"No, sir, we haven t had a fish in tue
house for a year.
Wasn't it possiblo that ho might
havo wallowed a hair pin?"
No, sir, I've counted my hair pins
and none are mining."
Do you ever buy poison to Kill
Wore vou homo when the mule was
'And you knew that his ailment was
"And you told your husband so?"
"Mrs. Smith, do you call yourself a
Lorso or a mulo doctor?"
"Well, how aro you so certain that
this mule died of bolls?"
"Because 1 am."
"I want a plain nnswer. Mow aro
you so certain that tho mule died of
"Well, I looked him all ovor, and ho
didn't havo the mcii-lcs, chicken-pox,
whooping-cough or dumb ague. My
husband looked him all over, and ho
didn't have poll-evil, colic, sweeny or
blind-staggers, then wo know it must
be bo'ts." ,
"How did you know?"
"How do 1 know?" sho echoed in an
indignant voiee. "Do you slipposol'vo
kept houso for thiity-lwo years and
been the mother of eleven children and
not know what tho bolts are? Why,
IVo had 'cm a dozen times myself, and
tho old nuui here would have died with
'em in March if I hadn't put on mus
tard poultices and drawn 'cm out of his
system by way of his foot! Botts! Why,
I know Yin from Dan to Beahoobyf'
The Quality of Human Flesh,
Tho cover of Miss Gordon Cuinming'a
Book, "AlJionio in i iji," is uecoraton
with a representation of a "cannibal
fork," such as was exclusively usod for
eating human flesh. Sonio of thoso
forks belonging to tho chiefs were
eighteen inches long, of dark polished
wood, with handles richly carvod, Tho
ovens still exist in which the cannibal
cookerv was carried on: and nmnv do-
tails of tho process, and the particular
kind of vegetables oaten with such food
are trlveii. Ono chief cavo tho author
ess Lis opinion on the relative merits of
pork ami human flesh, expressing his
preference for tho latter, and declaring
"thorn" nn eoiinmrlson between them!"
Tlio embraclnff of tho missionaries' re
union, which necessitated tho relin
(lutHhment of huc.1i a ilelleacv. becomes
nil the move meritorious on tho part of
tho Fijlans, who had to bo satlsliod with
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
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u! W. UAKLKTON CO., rubllibora, N.Y.Clty
nr. j? i
THE MILD POWER
I Humphreys' Homeopatbio Bpeoiiics
ITOVeil IP"" niin'i" r,-..-.-" .... amir. I
lU i't'HM. Hinple, Prompt, Klllcli iu. and
Itvllahle, I li.-y are tho only uieillclues
M.i.. m imiiiitar use.
riL reiirfl. IniinK
1. Ki't r, iincesiion, oiiinnimmiiinii, ,yi
if. Worms. Worm ryver. norm , one
a. 4'rylna Colic, or I eetblna: f lufuiiU, w
. iiinrrneaui h,hi,.-h -
s it. .. Up n nn. Ii tnus Lollu. . :r
a. I hulera Morliu, Vimilllug, ;e
7. Coualra, t'old, lironehill. ,
H. IScuraUla, Toothache, Kaeeachs, . ;
. HeailaclirH, Hli k Headache, VerllltO.il
,1 1W. IIVMIInxlH. IU MH1 niilllim-li,
11. riiiireasp4 or I'nlnlnl rertiiu.
12. Wlilic.. too urofustt 1'erlixls. .
to. i ri,i
14. I'mnii. I'uukIi. Mrlieult Hn nl'lilnfr,
14. Hnll IthMiii. Vrv.liM'tHS. Kniiittnu
15 ItliPHinutlxiii. Rhiiiitiiutln I -alii.
W I'Vtfranit Aanr.t hill. Kevcr, AKUes.V)
17. I'ilea. HIIiiiI or Hli'udliiK, "
St. i filnrrll. ht'lllii or i-lirmili-: liinui hll. 'ti
.11. W Inxllilliu ( iinuh, vlnli. ill ( iinulia,
H. ;,-niTiil Ki-lilllly. I'hyaT IVrukueaa. ,ai
.'7. Kliliiev llli'iiw, .'X
'f. !i rnin Itrlitlllv. KiKrniatorrhea. 1")
a. I rlnsrv W ralini-.s.WHtliiKilw la.il,w a
'Si. Illi e lit the K.-iirl, l iilriiialli.ii, l.n. A
tor sale l) driiKKll,iirKul hy dm furf,
ornniKii' ii.., iHTwi -MrK, on rweiin or
orlee. S'nd fur lr. Iluilipliri' IIihiV nn
IrUraae. die, HU pai'i, also llluairatrd
( HlalouMP, HIKK.
Aildrrita, lliioiiihrpva llonieopatlilc
Med. Co., lOtf l ulluu Ml.. Aew lurk.
A (MAKES IS
Sr. t3. Silsfcoo' b E stomal Pile Pacnody
C.tvi-ilnntantrelkf andls anlnUllllle
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold by Prni-TK everywhere. Prt e, ll.nnnr r b"t
pr'Kii by mini. Hauipb-a lent Jrtt to rtiyalclun
tnd illsutr'r' rs,by 1". N.-otn.-fU-r Co. Hot ril'j
1'orkUty. boknuuuiaoturertof "iiwlau.'
la rrf(ttT p'lr.-. Pronotinr.1 ih t.t hy th hiKb
el medi',l iiitl.Hrlti,-a in Uiv win 1 1 (livn bfur
award at It WoiWa Krf" "1 t I'un, IrTv
tiuld ej In jk;h.i.. W H SCUIEf rCLIN CO , It I
T STOPPED FREE
1A Inun fVwit Rtitnfdl
wVl DR. KXLNE SGREAT
tGIF Nerve Rfbtoreh
f'vult Bails rravs iMaa.sas. ixilv
vurrfiir Fit,. HiUwn ami Merrf Ajl-ctumi.
Iwfai.LisLl If Uktoa olrwtsil. A'o ritiafirr
rK ,ia)', u. Trwiit" an.1 H trtal tvitilefri-.il
1 .loali'nu.lh.r payinaesiprruii. bnd r.aiD".
P. It. md rti adlrMi t' lia K I.INK.'y.l
ArtU tu I'LlcipUl la. Jm prutciiiut Urujuu.
rVMltttfMWM lauat M
a M tWU lM aH J4W
JLT 'r Zatt!- t.,.Kasi. 4i.4.t
3IIEAHONH WHY TilK
CELLULOID tp Glasses
aim: tiik hkht.
Because they arc the UUHTEST, ILMTDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Opticians and
Jewelers. Made by STOCER OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
V 4 VTPIi (-An iuti-illKent youui? man In
' ' 1 ' evi-ry country town, to take a
permanent local aeency for tho a ale of cur tr9.
coffer, i lcln i nrknces.tocoiisiiini'rs. This ai-n-cy
requirea no peddling and but a moderate ninount
of soilfltlin.. and If properly nmiiai'i d will pay
from f'i to !. OPT tear. I'arllru.ara free.
I'Koi'i.Kn Tr CO. . T. 0. Uox -W. H, I.ouls, Mo.
1 AQKUIlf APIIIUT All ItriiatlAIT.
Thi widl-known priparatinn I hiptity rwmmaBdaal
fnr Iyppalv, UraadiaPlM', klrknnM r ihm
Ntnnurta, and nil r(,r,i,imt.n,in lri.i,i Arldily,
UiltonuM-aa, and nalarlial I'evrpa. It
th bluud and rrctiltw Ilia how. I.. Il la a fkTnnie
mrdirinn lot ctnldnn. Frrptrtd by A. HOiikluf
tOSi, Cbcruiitj, 2nl BlMcker but, Vtn Talk,
tiperior to Mineral Wattra, Seidlitx Powdara, eta,
1'OU IAXE UY ALL l)KLjlT.
CANCER INSTITUTE Jii;
M-ientilic tn-attiii'iils ana
Imua iiM) pnu tlnj, sUuiM
and I" acknowlcdifSil
authority on Canivr and
ri h mitrxl. Tlinuirwtx.
traorLUimry cun-s .y uia
Treat C'htPtirui Cuiir
A nit'lntr, are rcronled.
fi'n Icnif. raunlir,. Itttt of
hhjmlftr ftnrul trtatmmtt
miulreil In n-iixr1rur tlie
Inriont of Canncr or
ai'tid for frw tix-arnjo nr
rail on IH. KI.INK, frd
Ar.h HU J'tuladcliihUuta.
TUEI'IIOMOTEU AM) TEHKECTOU OF AS
HIMIUTION. THE UEI'ORMKK AND VITAMZEUOF
THE rH01)UCEU ANI INVM10UATOK OK
NEKVE AND Ml HCI.K.
TIIEHUII.UKIt AM Pm-OIITEU Ol'
SYfiUP OF !
I composed of Itiprcdlnnt Identical with thase
which cotiHlitntelleiilthv lllood, Mnsclonnd Nerve,
and llrnln Htil.stnncu. wlillst LUo Itnulf is directly
depeniliint upon some of them.
Ily IncreaalnirNervaitsiind Muscular Vluor, It. will
euro Dyspepslu, feeble or Interrupted action of tho
Heart, unit rnlpltiitton, Weakness or Intellect
cansod by (trlef worry, overtaxed or Irregular habits
Bronchitis, Coiiestlon of the Liinps.
It cures Asthma, Neuralgia, Whnopltiif Coilih,
DorvotisnoHS, and Is a moat wonderful adjunct to
other remedies lu sustaining 11 fu during tho process
Tho expondltitro of brain power too tutrly or t.io
scvoroly In rhlldren often results lu physical do.
hillty: tltu use of Fellows Hypophospliltcs exerts
a slnit'ilarly happy eil'ect In such cases.
Do not bo deceived by remedies boar Inn a similar
name; no other preparation Is a substitute for this
uudorany circumstances. .
FOR BALK UY ALL DHUUOIST.
HbWrilHin a, mil I ii ii ui i a.l aar inaaii-i niia iaiil