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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1892.
Daily end Weekly
Avenue, Sock Island,
t 5 2 Second
J. Y. POTTER.
Daily fOc per month; Weekly W.00
aoiuiin; In advance $1 .60.
aB cob minKat 01 ol a critical or argumenta
awecbi rotter, critical or reliifiona, moat have
cerfl nine at echeo for pobl cation. No auch
astMetvilllevrtntedtVer flctntma signatures.
AKijaaoof c nn.ntiicaili Lf not noticed.
erepondneoliciledfrou. every township
tm Bock Island county .
Tuesday. December 27. 1893.
1diasapoij8 gi'Diioe): Now it is stid
Mr. Harrison wit) not resume bis part
nership with Attorney-General Miller. If
he had dissolve d the partnership when
be entered on the duties of president, bis
administration would have been far more
Ten Chicago Dispatch ventures to
tele on behalf of Gov. -elect Alt geld
that the more office-seekers let him alone
these days the better he will like it. He
ays, according to the Dispatch, "that be
will not consider any applications for po
aitioni until after his inauguration and he
has taken possession of the office in the
state houee. All applications received
meanwhile will be classified and sent on
to Springfield, and laid before bim at the
proper time. No injury can come to
anyone by sending in petitions for ap
poinlments now, but nothing can be
gained so far as the governor's ac ion is
concerned. Later wiil do just as well.''
DirHTBKRiA is prevklent among the
school children cf Detroit, Mich.,ond the
oharge is made by Dr. R. 8. Farnum, of
that city, tbat the disease has been spread
toy interchanging lead peneii for all the
areolars, and the latter are tot allowed to
ae any others. The scholars eet one
pencil today and another tomorrow, all
ba pencil being dropped Jnto box a
liie close of school each day. It is no
exaggeration to fay that tbe aversgt
ohHd using a lead pencil will put the lead
end Into its mooth 40 times a day, and
with the pencils going from one child's
aaonth to another from day to day it is
east to see that the practice might be
come very dangerous, wbile of course it
is andean. The school board may have
let some pencil firm the absolute contract
f famish tbe children with pencils.
PolMani Fly Rite.
We are wont to speak of slight disorders
a Mflea bites" (which are by no means to
ba confounded with flebitis). bnt it now
appears that fly bites, at least, may be
very actions. It is not tbe gadfly we are
wanted against, bnt tbe hitherto supposed
to be harmless (and "necesaary") house
bold fly. It is the old story cf living
germs again, "in the inoculation of which
this tfc&le creature, notwithstanding the
weakness of its mandible, takes its share."
Another terror is thus added to our daily
Ufa. The true origin of the proverb, "He
woald not hart a fly," is now made ap-
Sreot; such is tbe mildness of his die
titian, it means that he would not even
deBtioy that enemy of tbe human race the
i JltMSseas a little dog against whom two
reproaches have long been hurled first,
that he is not a sporting dog, and sec
ondly, that he is useless. It is quite true
that his notions of sport are restricted; he
win not tackle a rat and has some appre
hension about tackling a mouse unless It
as hi a very feeble condition. But to see
him in pursuit of a bluebottle fly is to wit
Bess a chase of the most enlivening de
scription, and half of it up in tbe air. I
onem that I of ten join with him on wet
4ays in this h armless recreation (for be
never, by any accident, catches the blue
bottle). When left alone, however, he will pur
ana the common housefly with great suo
aesa, especially when it is on the window
paao. Hitherto I have frowned on this
recreation as being cruel and even barbar
ous, for be not only kills but devours these
am all deer, but I now perceive that he is
actuated by benevolence toward the human
. London Illustrated News.
The Beason for It,
A horse gets up fore parts first, a cow
Mud parts first, because the strength for
Abe second movement of rising is posterior
to the horse, but anterior to the cow. Sa
Bute of Onio, City of Toledo, (
Frank J. Cheney makes osth that be
ia tbe senior partner of tbe firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the Ciu
of Toledo. County and State aforesaid
and that said firm will pay tbe sum o
$100 for each and every case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Getarrb Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
any presence, tnH 6th day of December.
A. D. 18S8.
Oal A. W. Gleabon,
Hall's Catnrrh Cure is taken internally
and acts di.-ctly on tbe blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
tor testimonials, free.
Adaress F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
told by drupeists, 75c .
At the Doctor noose.
IJttle Boy (at the front rioor Is the doe
tor lnr 'Cause, if he is, I want to see him
Servant He's not in.
little Boy WeW, jest as soon as he gets
koine yon tell him to come over to our
boose and take that baby away he left last
weak. It's in the way. Exchange.
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Ntrve Restorer. No fits
after the first day's use. Marvelous
caret. Treatise and $2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
druggists; call on yours .
GETTING A FREE BATH.
YfVje stealing- a Ride on a TJmlted Kl
fs Ono I Ajt to ;.t rrenrli-,l.
"iDid yon ever sec- n tramp ::ike f. bath?"
said the bngut'd r.iusti r on the Congres
sional Limited a short distance beyond
"I never did," replied a reporter, who
was smoking on a box.
"Would you like to witness such a spec
tacle'" "It might be interesting, I should Im
agine. But the tramp must be caught
"I've got one now."
"In a trap." 1
Thu newspaper man looked aronnd for
something like a mousetrap on a large
scale with a tramp in it, but there was
nothing to bo seen but bose and trunks.
"I t on't see him," he said.
"H is on this car," declared the baggage
mastar. "At this very moment he is rid
ing outside. No, yon can't see him, be
cause he is lying across the platform. I
caugrt sight of him just after we left
Trent m. He looked very comfortable,
and b s doesn't know that anybody is on to
him. Bat I have to keep a sharp lookout,
for the reason tbat I frequently tarry
money and other valuables."
"W.iy don't you put him off?"
"Beiausewe don't stop until We get to
Philadelphia, but he will have a nice bath
before he gets there."
"Hew do you mean?"
"I'll show you presently. You see, we
are ju t behind the tender of the locomo
tive. I have fjiven a private signal to the
engine er, and he knows what is expected of
him. Only about a mile ahead now there
is a ater trough, where tbe locomotive
takes ip water while going at full speed.
It is a sort of ditch, that runs along for a
considerable distance between the rails,
filled with water. The locomotive takes
up the water with a kind of scoop. Just
A moment later the water trough was
struck, and spray began flying out of tbe
top of vhe great iron tank on the tender,
tbe lid of it flapping up and down while
the reservoir filled itself from below. This
did not occupy more than half a minute,
at the end of which the engineer should
have p tiled up the scoop. Instead of that,
however, he permittted tbe tank to over
flow in a cataract, which was flung back
ward .ike a miniature Niagara against
the forward end of the baggage car.
"Jnsi look at that," cried the baggage
master delightedly. "Ain't he getting it,
In truth the unfortunate tramp must
have ben getting it with a vengeance, fpr,
the tremendous flood of water spouting
from tt e top of the tank continued to fling
itself against the fane of the lagxage car
tor full f threo-c darters of a minute, which
must b-ive been nearly snflioielit to drown
any hu nan being on the front platform.
So copious was it that the water flowed in
below the door and threatened to inundate
"It that fellow is still alive," said the
baggage master when tbe cataract had
finally suspended its activity. " he has had
enough to give him a distaste for water
for tbe rest of his life. There, isn't any
thing tbst will frighten a man like a dose
of that sort, according to our experience.
Coming on him unawares it scares him
most to death, besides half drowning him.
He doesn't know when it is going to stop,
and he lias to choose between standing it
and jumping off the train."
When the train Blowed up an hour later
near Philadelphia the newspaper man saw
a figure that looked more like a drowned
rat thar like a human being crawl oft" the
front platform of the tmggage car ami
steal sorrowfully away. It was the tramp,
who hail had a hath as well as a ride at
the expense of the railway. Washington
Quito Water I'ortera.
Around a fountain in one of the princi
pal squnres of Quito assemble every morn
ing the city's aguadores. These water
porters iliffer from the less energetic ones
of some Sonth American cities in carrying
their jars on their backs instead of on the
backs o mules. Their earthen jars are
deep, ha re a wide mouth and hold about
The pirter carries it on his shoulder
fastened with leather straps. He never
detacher himself from bis jar, either to fill
it or to transfer its contents to that of his
He turns his back to tbe fountain so that
the jar comes under one of the jets of
water, listens to the sound of the water in
the jar, .nd bis ear is so well trained tha'
he always walks away at tbe exact mo
ment when it is filled to the brim, .
Arrive-1 at your house, he goes to your
jar, mak a deep lxw nnd disappears be
hind a torrent of water. I could never re
ceive wi hout laughing the visit of my
aguador, the respectful little man who
bowed to me behind a cataract of water.
"From the Andes to Para." ,'
Catrhtng Book Title. '
Most readers would lie at a loss to dis
cover the source of some titles, and would
forget, if they ever knew, that "The World
Well Lost" is borrowed from Dryden, tbat
"A Dream and a Forgetting" is Words
worth's phrase, and that it was Othello
who loved "Not Wisely, but Too Well."
We might add that in spite of thefamilar
ity of the famous "Elegy" not one reader
in ten will trace Mr. Hardy's "Far from
the Madd ing Crowd" to Gray, or will con
nect "Ono of Three" with the mariner who
held tbe wedding guost with his glitter
ing eye. Mr. Hardy's titles, like Uowells',
are almost invariably attractive. "A Pair
of Blue Eyes." "Two on a Tower" and "The
Return of the Native" stimulate cariosity.
Often a proverb, or any other familiar
phrase, is as good as a recognized quota
tion. "Put Yourself in nis Place" and "It
Is Never Too Late to Mend" were strokes
of genius on the part of Charles Reade,
and "Second Thoughts," "Dead Men's
Shoes" and "The Root of All Evil" are
hardly lest inviting. Blackwood's Maga
zine. A Valuable Addition to the Toilet.
ManyHople now use as part of their
toilet a sp -Hying atomizer containing some
harmless "antiseptic" solution. The prac
tice is to lie commended as a cleanly one,
and in addition it has a considerable germ
Under some circumstances a frequent
spraying of the throat and nostrils with
such an ar paratus miht well be the means
of prevent ug infection from diseases like
influenza ttud diphtheria. Youth's Com
panion. There is an old married couple in Porter
county, led., who, it is stated, have not
spoken to :auh other for twenty-five years,
although t hey live in the same house and
eat from the same table.
Among laonarchs the shah of Persia and
the czar of Russia are the most wealthy,
their respective incomes being estimated
to be betveen 2,000,000 and 3,000,000 a
In the Far North.
The story of American explorers who
have braved the perils of the northern
seas, knowing that almost superhnman
efforts' were to be required of them, shows
that they had the same enthusiasm that
characterized and sustained the early dis
coverers. One of the members of the Gree
ly expedition gives an account in Scrib
ner's Magazine of their sufferings and per
severance: Fatigue, thirst, hunger, cold nnd even
heat at times beset us.
Each camp found us physically exhaust
ed. We scanted our food, end with envi
ous, regretful eyes saw each bit disappear,
since it shortened the length of our possi
ble journey northward.
Finally the coveted honor was in sight.
Realizing that this was indeed the "far
thest north," we unfurled the flag of our
country, the glorious "stars and stripes,"
With a feeling of pride and exultation im
possible to describe. Lieutenant Lock
wood and I seized each other's hands, and
hugged the Eskimo Thorlip, who, gaping
at us, wondered what it all meant.
The physical hardship from many days'
travel through heavy gales and blinding
snow, over jagged rubble ice and across
dangerous tidal cr.icks, was all behind us.
Our visit left behind it a record. It stands
a mighty cairn of rocks commensurate
in size to its importance built on a nar
row shelf, directly under the frowning face
of the overhanging cape, and looking but
over the etermil silence of the polar ocean.
The MlHsMiilr.pl River 400,000 Tears Ago.
Did you ever figure on what was the
probable condition of the great Mississippi
river 10,000, 100,000 or even 400,000 years
agor Scientists suggest that the erosion
of its bed was accomplished by a mighty
cataract, which began far down the river,
probably at the place where it then emptied
into the gulf, and by gradual retrogression
dug out the valleylike gorge through
which it now flows. That this theory is
tenable may1 be inferred from the high,
wall-like bluffs, features so characteristic
of the upper part of its course.
. A wearing away of a monster cataract
would of course necessarily leave high
walls or "bluffs" on either side. These are
the well known features of the father of
meandering streams. It would seem, ac
cording to this theory, that St. Anthony's
falls constitute the remnant of what was
once the most stupendous cataract in the
world. Geologists estimate tbat it has
taken the river 400,000 yeers to carve out
the mighty ditch through which it now
flows. Philadelphia Press.
Wbftt'a the use of feeling languid,
Mopy, dull srd bluet
CJeanse the Vood and give It vigor;
Vsae the old man new.
Bow f I'll tell tod. To the drag atore
Go thia very day
Bay a medicine to banfah
All your ilia away
And that medicine ia Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
DIacovry, tbe very beat blood purifier on earth .
ft builds op and atrenp tnens ttaa sys tern because
It cleanses tba Mood, and that 'a it bat tbe ayatem
moat have to b strong and healthy. Thtre'a
nothing that eqoala It. Abnolntely sold on trial 1
Tour monay back, if it toent benefit or care
Mot Buffalo Kill.
Bishop George Herbert Kinsolving. who
has been made assistant bishop of Jcxas, ia
a giant of 6 feet 4 inches, and walks along
with an easy stride that always excites at
tention. One morning he was hurrying
along the street wearing a big slouch hat,
when a newsboy, who had been following
him with great curiosity, at length called
out, "Say. mister, be you Buffalo Bill?"
"No, my son," replied the bishop as his
eyes twinkled with merriment; "I am
Texas George." Exchange.
Among tbe thousands of testimonials
of cures by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan Allisons, a well-known
cilir.en of Glen Bock, Pa , who for years
had shortntS9 of breath, sleeplessness,
pain in left side, shoulders, smotbering
spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, enrtd b m. Peter Jaquet
Salem, N. is another witness, who for
twenty years suffered with heart disease.
wbb pronounced incurable by physicians,
death stared bim in tbe face, could not
lie down fur fear of smothering to death
Immediately af'er using the New Cure
be felt better and could lie down and
sleep all niebt, and is now a well msc.
Tbe New Cure is sold, also free book, by
Cartz & Babnsn.
A Great Benefactor.
"Educators are certsinly the ercateet
bem-fuc'ors of the rsce, ard after read :nK
Dr. Franklin Milts' popular wrrks can
not help declaring bim to be among 'he
most entertaining aud educating authors.
New Tork Daily. He is rot a stranger
to our readers, as bis advertisements ap
pear in our columns in every issue calling
attention to tbe fact that bia e'rffsn'
work on N-rvous and Heart Dis'-aieais
distributed free by our enterprises drue
tint. Har & Bshrsen. Trial bottles of
Dr. Miles' Nervine are given awav; also
bock of testimonials shewing tbat it is
unequaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, d nines, sleepless
nesg, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy.
Miles' Serve and Liver Pilla.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels throne h tbe
nerves. A new discovery.' Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billionscess, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 60 doses 25
rents. Samples free at Harts it Bsbn
sen's. What tbe Bon. George G Vest rays in
egsrd to tbe superiority of tbe Dirvb
berg's diamond and non-cbangeable spec
"I sm using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Biiscbberg and they are tbe
best I ever tried; it affords me greni
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hin-chbero,
as an excellent optician, and bis glassef
arc simply unequalled in mi experience
G. G. Vest '
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Ttiomas ai?crt f r Rock IslHnr.
I have not uvea all of one hottle yet I
suffered from catarrh for 12 years, exper
iencing the nansffcting dropping ia tbe
tbroat peculiar to that disease, and nose
bled almost daily. I tritd various reme
dies without benefit until last Apri,
wben I sw EU's Cream Balro advertised
in tbe Boston Budget, I procured a bot
tle, and since tbe first day's use have had
do more bleeding tbe soreness is en
tirely gone. D. G Davidson, witb tbe
Boston Budget, formerly with Boston
CRADICA I ES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Cbvera!. bottles cf Swift's Specific (S.S. S.)
entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the vry worr t tyjie.
Wm. S. Look is, Sureveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
iSfcil m S WORST FORMS.
J Hn scrofula !n 1RS4, and c!:insed my
fvstem entii-1" from it by taking seven
oottles of S ii. I hnve not had any symp
toms sine, C. W. Wilcox,
Spartanburg, S. C
! HAS CUP.EO HUNDREDS OF
CASES CF SHIN CANCER.
Treatise on Plnyi and Pkin ljifns mniied
nil ironic Jnes
Successful v Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Experiments or False R presenta
tions Consultation. Examination
and Advie Free and Confidential-
At Harper House Saturday,
fiaa h'A yeait orexreHerce In the large t hospi
tal in the connty and ia a k'rnduoie o aeveral of
the beat colleges in the United S t-p, aa i h ia
)u t retained from a mar of the 'arfect htep't la
In En rope, wheie he h b en etnd in te ia at
and moat improved rorthotfeof treating the dia
eaeea of bich be mrikra a apecNlty. ,
He h bad yare of i-rlence prior to hia
European trip, and la wdi anon in tola vtcin ty
aa be hue care ' kandred in yonrciiy and vicin
ity, in the N-ttbree ear-. He taken no incur
able dl eaea, bat haeenred bandre avth have
been alvrn op aa irco'ubie tv ) el phj-li iara.
Aenteum, chro 1c catanh, chr nic d'arrhoea,
painful or anppre.ed met ar mat on. inflaaition
ol the womb, irflan ation of ibebladd- r eiabu-a,
dyapepia, cnntliaiion, kidney, n inarv and
bladder troable. Brivbt'a diaeaa. tape wor-a.
crooked limbs ant enlar ed joint.elDb :o t,white
awe ling. nervonnrs and arenrnil debility, tin po
tency, lenc rrhea. pimple-, biotchee, cancer,
drop. gravel gleet, gon rrhoea, h drocela, b art
disease. ha(rria, et Vito dance, prJyaia,
rbeamjtim art ma, female weaknt-aa, etc.
All sortEicaloi eratioiia parrot med.
Epilei ey or tits p aitive y cored.
Piles cnri'd wlshoni pain, tnifeoreaoti.
B cod ai d skn. dlseaeea cored by in proved and
never failing remedin
Etik ross eyes cured In one ajlnn'e without
pain. Weak, wstery ees, dropiilnu; lid, grannl
ated llrts, sore eyie of any form, il baira cat
r.nci. fal-e pupils, to te, scum . turning 'n and
ont of lids
EiB NoMes and deafness, ulceration, dla-Clitree-,
Koss S-al rat rrh. polyi ns of the nose. ps
tlcoptraions, etc. Dr. Walters can abimlntely
and iitrmancitlr core aiv case of atarrh that
everexiated He honeuly believes be can show
a greater record of rases f ratarrh cored tbau all
other physicians i" the state
Small n mora, cancers, warts moles, etc.. re
moved vithoi.t actds, knife, pain or acar. Mw
method. Electrol tie.
Ladies That Mired" 'eelirg and all the femal
weakneesa arcDromi t'ycured, Blnnt ng. head
aches. neron pto-tratlon, pene el eMI tv,
sleepless ess, depressi n inotgenion. ov.ran
tronb ea, inflammation nnd alee .ion falling snd
displacement, si inal weakness, kldt ey com
1 lainta. and rharge of llf .
Orsahal at antra Immedlitely cnrd and
full vieor resto-ed. This distress ne; affliction,
whie renders life a bnrrien and mnrrtage im oa
atble. Is tbe penalty paid ly the victim or inn-roper
indn pence. The mort chaste mnei r.cknow
euve 'bat tbetiasnoiia ae the grent magnet by
whicti the wLoe world .s at trace" letmy
them and what have e! Man is no longer in ir-
rted In the o, pnere sex; tne ittercaange of that
bltseful repose which now attiaet antl ii ten at a
the whole w. rid eit no loi gcr; n an ease- to
be what God made him: ti c w. r d is no Ion cr in
terming to h m, and iemreana i apt intment
are his cons am companiot a. onsu't lr. Walter
at once, and yon will find tbe simpa'hy a d re
lief that on l o-ttively i. q ireto he happy.
He ember the ate. and come t nrl . as hia
roiims a-e alwsy rowded whi r- ver beeoe
It. wito- w'lP return every fonr efl a dur
Ingtheyear f 1891. llili g from two t-four os.
of urine for cht mu a analvgia.
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
1748 Stat- Si . b Cairo.
Now is the Time
Only a few daya lefr to make
your jjurchapes for tbe Hobdays
and the place to go to get them
W. TREFZ & CO.
201 1 Fourth Avenue,
Birkenfeld'a Old - tand.
-ALL KINDS Or
Oast Iron Work
done. A apectaltv of furnlahlny aL kinds
of 8tovea with Castings a 8 cents
a MACHINE SHOP
at bees added wcere all clnda of macklna
work will be done firat-ciasa.
OONTH 8T. AND 7th AVE
OOWNfNO SKUSa. Propts.
They wash their clothes
MADE ONLY BY
n . . a - l .
J. B. ZpiMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
and Leader in 5tvl and workmanship, has receiTed
FLL STOCK oi Suitings and Overtoa'ings:
2alx. and leave yourorder.
Star Block Oppositk Harper Honsv: '
g-Try onr brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone order-" promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700ThbdAL
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Aarket Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
5!FGood Booms by day or night.
WM. GLASS, Proprieta
A. BLACKBALL ,
Haanfacturer of all kin Is of
BOOTS AND 8F0ES.
OsiaVa Fins Rhoes a spectalt?. Fealrlaroone reatly aad promptly.
A akara at yenr.patrwnara ripeetfJly ao Jolted.
1818 Second Avenua. Rock Island, I
I bare Jnat raeelvad and offer at my asnal popa'ar prlcea the lareat and beat eelected atntk of
nnah and Leather fancy articles. Toys of every description. Poekinc bones and ileda. avail
selected stock of Decorated Chlnaware, China and Bisque dolls.
MRS. C. mrSClTS. 1314 Third Ave.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth Bt. . . Tlr TclanA
and Seventh Avenue, : IVOCK iSlZ
.11 kinds of carpenter work a specialty.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done oa abort notice and stoat acjoa guaranteed.
OUn ami 6km 7.1 TrtUU Strat. ROCS HLAKtt
PROTECT YOUR EYES!
MR. H. HIRSCHBERgT"
The well-known optician of ns OBt.
(S. B. ror.7inn1 iriiTe). t. Leiit 7iu
mnpoiniea i . n. i noma- m areat tn m.
alasFea, and also for hia Diamond K!
Cbangeabie ,--ecUcl a and EreiliniT
i ne casees are the greaten iaTeii;;
ever made in epectaciea. K a rrM
eonatrnction of tne Lent a periea -V,
chasing a pair of thee Non-(.'hMk,
Glaa-ea ncTer has tochan.e th- (M!
from the eyea. and erery ra:r t-irrhuij
in iiwukcu, mi 11 eter
theeyer (no matter bow or acratcliti itbi
eum-B rc iaey win inrn'IQ tne tnrtv
vllh 1 n, nmr nf l1hm Im .f .l" ' '
T. H. THOMAS ha-a full atrtinl.i
and InTltes ail to aatlifv thftnvmj
over any and all other now in aietaul
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