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BUOH A PRETTY CHILD!
BY MAJOK 1). I'. CONWiHAM.
She stood in thu store, herlar"o black
cyos fitarin around in a kind" of bo
wilderod wondci nient, her unkempt hair
hanging j golilen curl.i around Iht
pretty l:ic-, looking, tli:.siile her rags
iiui poviTiv, a ciierub of childish
loveliness and beauty.
Nio did not speak, but ImplorinHy
WMii out iiur littlo hand, as if set-kiin'
Mr. liarton, who was a junior partner
iu ui unit oi iownseuu, Davis & Co.,
mrge importing house m ono of tho
business streets branching oil' Hroadway,
"""i ivi ue pn.smr al ltl(j tim(j
ft, i i n
i no ueatiiy, as well as the mute, an-
..,..,11..- i. . i .. 1 .
i aiiuK annum- oi mo cnuu, attracted
ms attention, and, going over to her, he
hmu in a cneery voice:
i.ll'otl i .
Tf iui, junu ouuucam, wnat ao you
h is remarkable with what intuitive
inntinct a little child will reeie'iiizo a
gentle, friendly nutiirc, and with" inno
cent confidence she will open her heart
iu mien a one.
J he littlo one looked into the kind
lace of Mr. liarton and murmured:
"Mamma is sick, sir, ami, oh!
"Mamma sick and Door, child. Nnth
ing now in this modern liabylon, where
the rich and poor are Jostling each other
in their mud struggle, tho one to pile
on more wealth, the other for a ertwt of
bread and a moss of pottage. Here,
cniiu, is a nan-dollar. It will jret mam
'" umuri, aim wili'll Hlies lilIIi'TV
again come and net me." "
The tears glistened in the eves of the
pretty little mite as she looked at the
tieee of money iu her hand. It was to
or a fortune, and her childish mind
formed all the nice things it would pur-
luiue lor milium a.
'Oh! tank-ee, zur." alio whispered
-vuw mamma win gel well, an nho
won t be cryin . on t she zur?"
"I hope so, dear," said Mr. Barton.
'But that is a small sum to purchase
buveral of the clerks, attracted by tho
loveuness oi uie ciuid and her artless
prattle, stood listening. So interested
were they that they did not notice the
approach of the bead of the firm until
be stood beside them.
Mr. Townsend was rather a pompous
and austere man. It was whispered
aiuonjj me cierKS inai ms nature was
Boured bv some deeD familv Hflliriimi
and the old clerks who knew him in for
mer years declared that they would not
recognize him at all, so much had he
inn you nna notning to io, ex
claimed Mr. Townsend in bitter tones,
"nut to stand around here fooling with
a beggar child?"
The clerks slunk nwav, but Mr. liar-
ton quietly replied:
"Look at her, Mr. Twu.cnd. Sho
Is such a prettv child. I mut confess
that I have a w.aLuevt fur children, and
somehow this pour little one seems to
stir a chord in mv heart."
"1'shaw! a beggar brat!" muttered tho
man whoso heart had been hardened to
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uie u'nueri'M iii-iiiici.s oi n ill lire, as lie
Walked back to his private olliee.
Not so with Mr. liarton. He, having
gained tiic conlnlence of his protegee
asked her several questions, but all ho
culd learn from her was that she and
mamma had come from some big town
to New York, that papa was dead ami
"But what is vour name, dear?"
"Mv name is klla, zur."
"That's tho only name ma calls mo."
"But surely you have some other.
What is ii?"
'Yes, zur, let mo think."
And sho paused and closed her eyes.
After a moment she exclaimed:
"1 have it zur."
"Well, what is it, pot?"
"Klla Stanly, zur,"
A strange spasm shot through Mr.
Barton's heart. He had to support him
self against the counter. What if his
conjectures wero right, the poor littlo
waif before hlni was no other than the
granddaughter of tho cold, proud man
who had just left him, and tho child of
tho woman to whom he had given his
young affections, and for whose love ho
had led a lonely bachelor life.
"j win cro nomo with her and learn
nil. My heart tolls me that I huve found
the lost one, and if so it shall he mv
duty to restore her to thn heart and
homo of her fat her."
As tho junior partner took tho littlo
thing so tenderly by the hand, as if she
wero tho child of tho proudest lady on
Fifth Avenue, and led her from the store,
tho clerks smiled and exchanged signili
oant winks and nods, but of course did
not venture to give expression to their
Mr. Townsend. too, was peering
through tho window of his office, and
with a subdued whistle he exclaimed:
"I declare, that Barton is a chicken
hearted fellow. Just see how tho fool
goes oir with thnt dirty little girl, who,
no doubt, is trained to tell nil kinds of
(dories in order to get money for her
drunken tramp of a father or mother."
Though Mr. Townsend spoko harshly
and uncharitably, still thero was some
thing tugging at his conscleneo thnt
made him feel anything but happy.
How rapidly the yenrs had passed
since he fondly dandled a sweet littlo
cherub which culled him pupa.
She grew up to bo a beautiful and
fnscinntlng woman, loved and admired
by all. lie hnd selected for her a wealthy
husband, but sho disobeyed her father's
command ami married a poor young
Tho proud, stubborn roan of the world
flung from his alfectlon his discarded
mill ilirfiillnilliii.t 1n,l...M n.,.1 nl.UA,l I
ir,iu,,iviU Mltll Ull'l , HUH VIIIPLV I
his doorniralnsthorself anclhorhusband.
Ho oven carried his resentment so far 1
as to get tlio younjr man ilwiiiiiirgm
from tho botiMO where ho wits eiiiiiliei
as bookkeeper, and thus fluiif him hi,
tender wilts Jiom:1'.sh iuxI ho iiImm
upon the world. They had left New
York; what had become of them sineo
no tiaa never learned, for lie had per
win jiuiiiy leiuscu noimng any commit
nication with them.
As the winninir ways, tho childish
prattle, and womanly eraco and loveli.
ness of the discarded one Hashed before
nis mind, he sat down to his desk, rest
ed his head noon his hand, and irrnn.l
Tho ragged littlo begar-girl jogged his
memory, anu Drought tho past before
mm in vivid pictures of vain recrret am
tort.liriin nrrntiv ll'na l. ..... 1 , .. 1
. ,, (M liu U,,L unniy mill
cruel? All that could bo said against
mu uusuanu oi nor choice was that ho
was poor, whilo all that could be said in
favor of the man ho would havo her
marry was that he was rich.
"l'roud fool that I was," he solilo
quized, "why did I not take Barton's
advice and give him a partnership in
tho firm? Had I done so I would not bo
lonely and childless to-dav, but would
be surrounded by living and loved ones.
uarion was right; and yet 1 know ho
loved the girl himself, but he was too
proud to aspire to her hand, ho beiie
then only a traveller for the house." r
wi . ...
iicu iur. i.arton ginned tho street
wun a raedchildclinsrinrrtohis hnn.
several acquaintances who passed hlrn
inauo wintering remarks which ho re
ceived in his usual good-natured way
we nun 10 irusi nitnseit to ine guidance
of his guide, for she could not give him
mo name of the street nor the number
oi the house where they lived, but sho
gravely informed him that sho knew
the way home.
After going a few blocks she stopped
before a rickety old tenement house in
Centre Street, gleefully exclaiming:
"I have it! Here it is. Howglad"natn
ma will be to see vou. and now she'll
get well as we have so much money."
Ho stumbled as best he could up tho
rickety stairs, and followed the child in
to a chill, diiiffv-room.
As the little one rushed ahead of him
he heard a irentlc voice exclaim, as ihn
folded her in her embrace:
Oh! hlla dar in'. where have
mamma. I's good. I got
lots of iiinne
i , tiu-i iiui u in a lieuuemuu
conio to see vou."
The sick woman arose from tho mis
erable excuse for a lounge on which sho
reclined. In tho dim light of the mis
erable room she did not recognize her
visitor, but he at onco knew her, for tho
voice which onco thrilled his heart could
never bo forgotten.
!Min rose and modestly asked:
"What do vou want in this ooor nlaeo.
Kir. or have you brought home my poor
"I hank God. who in his morev threw
thus angel child in my way, I have found
you out, Mrs. Stanly, or let me call you
by that name by which I knowyou vears
ago. Kllcu lownsend, don't you know
A tniian. half rf imin li-ilf r,t i. ..
caped her lips as she sank back on ' the
"Mr. Barton, Mr. Barton, how have
you found me out? I had resolved to
bury my misfortune in the crave and
bear my burden as best I could until
death released me from sufferiu"."
"rrovidence has ordained otherwise.
and has sent me this way to restore you
to your father's love and home."
1 J here is little chance for that. Mr.
Barton, for he has discarded mo for
good. Had he given a helping hand to
my poor husband, he would have suc
ceeded, but sickness and disamniint.
merit brought him to an early grave,
leaving me alone to make a li'ving as
best I could. I came to New York about
six months ago, and have managed to
support myself with my needlo since,
but my heaith was giving way under tho
strain, and my only hope was that when
death claimed mo lie would take cure of
my little darling, who has already suf
fered fur the evils of her mother. Since
I came to New York I have frequently
stood in front of the house watchm" niv
jioor father as ho returned honn" my
neart hungering for his love; and when
I saw him looking worn nnd sad, up
braided myself as the cause of all his
'I feel confident, Mrs. Stanly, that all
will go right. Your father, though a
cold and stern man, is not a heartless
man. and I know that in his heart he
regrets his hasty action in depriving
himself of the love and care of hiscliihC
If you leave things in my hands I have
no doubt that I can effect a reconcilia
tion." 'Act as you please, Mr. Barton. I
must confess that I should like to bo re
stored to the affections of my father, for
it is hard to bear the frown of tin itiiur-
ed parent; besides, I could sacrilieo any
thing to give this sweet child the advan
tages to which she is entitled by rigid."
On the following morning tho employ
es in the linn of Townseml, Davis &
( o. were rather startled at seeing tho
staid Mr. Barton entering the establish
ment with a delicate but still handsome
looking lady loaning on his arm. Their
surprise was tho greater when they rec
ognized in the lovely, well-dressed child
which clung to the lady's hand tho littlo
beggar-girl of the previous day.
Mr. liarlou and his charges passed in
to a private room, and when Mr. Town-
send cunio in Mr. Burton went into his
ollico as usual to consult with him about
Ha! Mr. Barton," said Mr. Town-
send, with a smile, "what havo youdono
-..!. I. I! . . t . 1 l it, I
witu your nine ueggur-girir
"It will surprise you, Mr. Townsend."
replied tho other, "to learn that I havo
taken a strange interest in that child.
and have dressed her up in becoming
clothes. You would not recognize her
now, sho looks so sweet and beautiful."
"Indeed: ns I am rntherfondof child
ren, bring hot' around somo day until I
She is in mv office now. sir. I'll
bring her iu until vou seo what a charm
ing creature she is."
Mr. Barton went into his ofllco and
soon returnod leading the littlo girl by
Mr. Townsend was so fascinated bv
her appearanco that ho took Lor in his
arms and kissed her.
She is a lovolv little darlinc. Barton."
exclaimed tho man of business, as ho
laid her down.
"Indeed sho Is, sir; but does she not
remind you of any ono you have sceu
"Well, not exactly: but let ma see.
6omehQW iho rcciiUa my lost daughter
CAIItO BULLETIN: FRIDAY
when Hho was an innocent chilif like
"Y('H. UIIll who Iioilth n. alronir rraunm.
bianco to her, Mr. TownsencI; that in
w nai warms my heart to her."
Mr. Townseud again took her up ia
ins arms, and, iniently gazing upon her,
exclaimed: "You're right, liarton, thero
u a strange resemblance."
"bo there should be, Mr. Townsend,
lor she is your ilaiurhter's c hi d."
Pride surged for a moment in the old
man s bosom, but nature triumphed,
and with a hungry cry of delight ho
pressed her to his heart "as ho exclaimed;
"My daughter! mv daughter! I havo
killed her, but I will' cherish this littlo
one for her sake. Oh! would that she
were living to forgive all my cruel in
justice to her and her poor husband! I
was an old self-willed fool, liarton. I
but who is this? '
"Your erring child, father!" exclaim
ed tho lady whom Mr. Barton had led
into the olhce.
llio father nnd daughter looked at
each other for a moment, and then, with
a cry of delight, llow to each other's
Mr. Barton dosed the oflice-door, and
as he passed around tho warehouse ho
frequently wiped his eyes with his hand-
Soon after a carriage was ordered,
ami Air. iownseud, with the stran"0
lady and child, was driven to his pala
tial residence on Fiflh Avenue.
In about a year from tho occurariceof
the events above related the firm chiintr-
cd to that of Iownseud & Barton. The
old gentleman still lives in the enjoyment
oi goon iicaitii, lus old ago rendered
blessed and happy in the love and care
of his daughter and her husband. Mr.
Barton, who is now virtually at the head
of the hrm, and their lovely children,
who make Mr. Iownseud feel as if ho
were living a now life over a"aiu.
rrura Tho Pulpit.
An Iowa mini.-ter sends us the follow
ing, vouching for it as occurring precise
ly us staiea:
Being assisted by an evangelist, the
latter took up the case of Job one even
ing. As has been the favorite practice
wun me evangelists lor a lew years past,
the patriarch of patience was set forth
as an illustrious case of hypocrisy. After
the service I asked him if he remember
ed the Lord's judgment of Job's char
acter as given in His question to Satan:
"iiast thou considered my servant Job,
that thero is none like him in the earth.
as perfect and an upright man, one that
learetn Ood and oscheweth evil?" My
friend was not a man to be concerned
nor to be daunted by a quotation. "Yes,
I remember it, but tho Lord was only
getting Satan's opinion!" I thought of
the man in Proverbs and of the 6even
men who could render a reason, and
Of many men it is still true as of many
man In r1.1 f 1 V, n ....n..1 m .I.-.
uji-u iu um vuiiuv.L'i a uaj ,
'For whanne thRt ho himself concluded had
H thnt whf othnr marines wit mo bad
ThRt inipnMble it wrr to rcplle
Agonst his device. This wag bis fantasler
On another occasion a brother of the
1 I LI1 J- 1 1 , ....
uuru-sneu oruer nau Deen nouiing a
series of meetings in our place. He was
to close on Sabbath evening, and as the
chapel of our Baptist friends was small
and a neighboring church wished to join
with them in the closing service I offer
ed them my own church. It was thank
fully accepted, and on theevoningnamed
was densely crowded. I he worthy man
read for the Scripture lesson the healin?
oi me larno man at the pool. Pausing
and looking around he said, "I want
you to take notice, my candid friends.
that this modern habit of limling fault
with the miracles of our Saviour is no
new thing. It is as old ns the timo of
the Saviour Himself. Before His eyes
the Jews found fault with every one of
ins miracles; with every one, every one!'
lie garnered commence with the repeti
tion, and said to the Baptist minister on
his left, "Mv brother, do vou remember
one miracle with which they did not find
fault?" tailoring, he answered mod
estly, " hy. I don t think of any just
now. i ins added to his confidence
and he turned in triumph tome. "Brother
C, do you remember one? A single
one?" I was in hopes the question would
be enough, and that he would pass on
in his reading. But no; like Brutus, he
paused for a reply. His eyes were fixed
on me, and the eves of the wholo con
gregation. It was getting serious for
me, for it was a case of deorge v ash-
ington and his little hatchet, and I could
not tell a lie. An inconvenient memory
brought up a number of cases and I
would have been glad to keep still. But
it was of no use. "A single one. Brother
C; do you remember a single one?" I
ventured, diffidently, to say that I did
not just remember any objection niado
at tho raising the son of the widow of
Nairn He paused a moment, looked at
me, then nt tho wall, then at the people.
"1 was thinking about that case! There
wasn't much said right about the soot.
but I thought I heard a little grumbling
up on mc omaKirisy
A Syracuse minister, fearing the small
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UilU J AV7i ; place of our Tolu iWoa
tue mi.ne haa a private die propX.rV ,n,pon
.. a w., l-ropnetors, 41 luver street, Chicago, 111.
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t'uhlUhed Monthly, I'rlf $3.M ier
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains JS
Cotint hvlliu Itivcr Sons A' Clin ILilfnss. S in
I iht llii' ,MSonif .V t iio J. ,M. i,rlh.
wun-11 incr, mv rialiv Jlali.inl-i
t- l.itti: llinl (u:irti-t Smart
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' - in l-.irwrll.
im:il ivl Hearts (invnttr Ilii li ttld.
lli-d ami I en- ( i:il,.,t.,r H.uuU. Il.-mli-r.'
New Vr.-ir,' ir-,-tii:u- I'nlka ... fcjsciihorti.
Tun Stvilx.n'x (iiaiul March UrmU
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PETERS. 307 North
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EVERY ONE 8tudy,,,B
Will y;et valuable informa
by sending for circular to K. TOCRJKE, Boston,
llirKUVEI) ROOT UK K it. mm;
11' packaRe miike S gallon of a deli-
clnue, wliolfHonie. sptirkliim tumpernne bev
eril,'e. Ahk your ilrucj.-iet, or Hent by mall for iV.
h. HUt En. t:l s. 1) la. Ave , I'hllada.
ur week can Y.i mmt In ,,
. W. l.NOKAHAM CO.,"Uost,',n, Muai
i's out tit
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A surely Vi-eetahlo Hlood Ptirlfl.-r. and ptiaran
tecillocurelcaaciln UK), or money reftil-de.l
1 1 . above reward will nu paid Tor a remedy which
w ill euro as many cuc of Maliirla, Kevcr ami Almio
Dyspcp'la, Klieiiniatiani, t.'atairh, Liver and Rid-ni-v
lllaeiiHca. 3Ti,isi hottli-a aold on I'a merits,
without advertlHtnir, In aeven ye. ra. If bllloua
launutd, and vour ainlilllon la bjuo, ln'o In gloomy
Irt one boitlo. It will convince yon of Ha superi
ority over any i,tli.,r remedy. If you have auv Hu
mora i.fihe Skin or hiood, frmn whatever caunc.
th s Kl xlr will cure It when all o-her remedies
have fciled. Auk yniirdrtiirclat for It. I'rlce SI
aud i.'. A Mdollar bottle aent by expreaa pre
pan . Mid by A. L. UTII.LMAN 4 CO., X
nrk tlrcularH free II. c. WILLAUD, Oei'i'i
Ai;ent 1 . 8. and Canada. Troy, N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS lU
Hlood. and mil pnniplntalrehanir tha blood in the en
lire "yateni in tliroi. month, Anjr parson who will tnko
1 pilleach niBht frnm 1 to 1 wookamay b rnmored
to aound health. If aiich athiwrbaimwihln. !,) e,.
erywhere.iireiit by mail for H loiter utiimpii. J. H,
Johnbom A Co., Bohton, Maim., furuierly liaiinor, Ma.
9 I. O O p"r bo"l. or aale by all druif
, , Kiata, or aont by Kxoreaa on ro
u.y ut orprij-a. JOHN D. PARK ft SONS
A.r J.,',77 Syeamore Bt. CINCINNATI'
OJJ.10, riuimo mention thla umr. 4. j. j.'
KorSaieby BAUCLAV llltO'S. Cairo, Illlt.ois.
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ll)iaaiaa. Uni v i at i imc nm NaavsArrau-
iiiiN.riT9.l-:ni i:i-sr.iiu- IM-'ai.i.iiii.i.- ir,.b..
IMilirurt. il. APiti,,firr Urtltliiy .uu. 'I'reatuo 4
a.' trial b.ill frm to i ll euen.lliio n..in .
IuharRuaiiii lio,hn rncnlttil. Neiel nm.,'.il ,,,,1
.xpn-ii. ulitrfi.a of arnlrted to iJa.KI.INK.lOl Ari-b,
St..l'hilal.' .-. ruiiuit. lln ar- nf SVauii..
HAVE DEEN IMITATED,
And tholr oxcollont roputation In
Jurod by worthless Imitations. Tho
Publio aro cnutlonod ngainst buy.
Ing Plastors having simUar sound.
Ing numoB. Boo that tho word
CAP C I N E Is oorreotly spollod,
Aro tho only lmprovomont ovor
mado la Plasters.
Ono Is worth moro than a doston
of any other kind."
Will positively euro whoro othof
romodios will not ovon roliove.
Trioo 25 conts.
Bowaro of cheap Plasters mado
with load poisons.
.... .. , 1. . . . .: .
a.i.,iiiiai'iurinr vnemiaTS, INW Ton.
A MEAD'S Mdltd CORN u4 BUNION PLAsTEL
Hits alw ays been one of thu niot Important
wtiapoua wielded liy the medical fnnilty
BKalnsl tho encroachment nf CoukIih, C'olda.
I romh Kb, Aathinn, Kore Throat, rotmiimn
t lull in ltn Incipient and advanced atam-M. miwi
!' dlaeaaea of the Ihrnat. chet and lun.
'P" clhriitcd Tola, Rook and Rvu. In id
'uaive atmiulant and tonic, to build Up Iht
ea?h C l '"tU " "'V M wild, made-
annum Voit-patd. Shifte Xot. BO CM.
lln 9MrtuiCrli, caI
iv c yllull JJol Ilia I UUIWlllS tUtftt.
I'd hp n Hiiltirllv Sontr Itlrharrti t
Oh, (initio liinlv Tin.ir innr, . .. Ilvnnl.t. 40
, ,.r. ,.-1,1. i.civea ini w iili.nm.
1 he Lli ipi l -tn. f.r mix, vOia-s KriMitr.
I lir.-e I- islirrx ()u:irt, t II11II11I1,
pail.lirii; Id antv Walla Ilarktr.
rii-turi- fanls lllniitc Ttrhrms.
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SUMMER LAW LliCTCUES (nine woolily),
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' "! P""'''' ut thlaor other )
."Cliool: 2ll. tO t IO111 who tir.m.ii,, 1 .. '..:...,.i.
and 3d, to practitloncra who have not had tha iii!
am, ii7",,'m'll,'c l,'N,t,rHct'- t circular
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Elflrs, Shot Ouna, IlevolvKra, Ammunition.
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Kiwora.Skatea, Ilainmock., etr.
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GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS.
riTTsit un a 11, vj.. '
Lnilliia nnr nrt T..
With ua 10 i,.l sevpra ir.f 1 ii' '
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Swedish Iiiaoct Powder K1U
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
ft, 11, . 1 1-i m Vy """ni'iimto Roaches. Ants,
v 1 U ' H,'.T' L,"0'Toh'u'(, umU'ottoti-ormsi
S1 ' '"x sif''. sure, clciinly and cheap. It
W ill not Iiolsntl llllllilll II (,r fi,u lu
Y'lZllUJ? Sl) WT IH'st-pnl.l." Stamps uxkea.
Clrrtilnra fr..... AKHta AVnnte.l. 'Ad.lrcN.
tf..rtuniMSXUN. Pittsburgh, Pa.
wi an Kinas Tor saio very cheap.
HULL ft CO. Box 808, ritteburgh, Pa.
Nuw and i.:oiiipmni llntol, fronllnij oa Lov
Wrcoiid and llallruad Btreeta,
in laasnnitpr lb tiot of tha (hlr.ant. i
Uila ami Pari lies lion Mountain and H,.ulhra;
Moblliiaml Ohio; faint and Nt. I.ottia llailwaja
am all Just ar.rosa tho alnuit; whilo thu Mtoamboal
Laiidlim a but 0110 anuari) distant.
1 hla Hotel la beaMd hy ali'ain, hw steam
Untidry, llydmi.llo Klvvalor, Kleitrlc Call Holla.
Antomatltl Klru-Alarma, Hatha, abaoltituly pnra air,
ported aewuratto and tompluti) appoiutuiauta,
H 11 pcrb furnishings! perfect s.rrlca: amlaaau
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