TE E EOPLE S
Vol. 4. PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1894.
D If, B)BERT KIRKSE eon
Physician and Sureon,
Officeat his realdenco Main Streer.
March 8! 1894
H. 0. BowBN. 1. E. C1ILDRESs.
Attorneys at Law
Oct. 5, 1893.
DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
W. M. NGRWOOD, Assistant. Oflice,
88k Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Jan. 0, '92 y
R I. J. P. CARLISLE, Denti, Gre-m
ville, S. C. Ollice over.iAddison&
McGee's Drug Store.
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
rI20 years experience. Graduate from first
Scloos-under piatronage of highest Medi
al authority, makes and properly adjusts
any'style Spectacles. Oilce over Ir. Ad
(ison's Drug Store, Greenville, S. C.
June 28, 1894.
J. S! COTHRAN,
G. 0. 'Ar ICILL, Greenville, S. C.
M. F4. AN8XL,
T. P. COTnRAN,)
C. L. HOLLINa8wORTH, PickeIns, S. C.,
Have associated themselves together for
the practice of law in its various braniches,
and will give careful attention to all busi,
ness undertaken by thoi.
Loans and discounts negotiated.
May 1, 18f1.
ltEENVILLE, S. C.
The next session will begin September
26th, 1894. For Catalogues, or for informa
tion about the Courses of Study. Mess
Halls, Private Boarding or other details,
apply to the President.
July 26. U. MANLY, D. D).
1. E. IAGOOD, J. L. THORNLEY, Jn
L. C. THOR N L EY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
LiVBy, reel, Welo & 9zo0hn stib1os,
Easley and Pickens, S. C..
Carriages, Buggies. and Saddle Horses, at
S&- Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLARK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
m'aIl adi ormite Monuments,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
. C. Sept; 19, '91. .
If you want the finest PICTURES made
in the State, go to
113 McBee Avenne Greenville, S. C.
AW Crayon Portraits a specialty
IHaying an experience of fifteenm years
in treating all dlison.Mes of cattle, and
having mlade the disease of Mnrrian, ini
all of its forms, a speLcialty, I offer mv
Mervices to thme public. Will ireat cathle
suffering with any ordinary diseasm'es.
BI. P.. GRIFF'IN.
Feb. 1-ly' -Pickens, S. C.
Mtche8, Ulamoiid8 & Jo~olly,
S GREENVILLE, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
W E now have for inspeetlhn the most
comp Ilete .lIne of MILLINERY. DRESS
GOODS, NOTIONS AND LATEST NOVELTIES
of thme Season, selected In person in the
The Record Broke Again!I
We w~Ill annd one b~ox of OUR LECADER
LIVER PILLS,- (Twenty-lave (etst sizem,) to
any adldress, for fIfiteen cetk. Tlry them,
T. X. L. COMPANY,
230 MaIn Street, C olumbhia,
H-as just oponed all latet stylos of
Spring anid Summer illijoery
At thu lowest possiblo pricos.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
A pril 19, 1894.,
CU M-E LASTIO
RO OFIN G
costsonily *2.00 per 100 squnare feet
Makes a good roof for yearsi, and any
one can put it en.P
GUM -ELASTeCAINT cost only 60
cents per gal. in bbl.. lots, or $4.50,
for -gal, tubs. Color dark red
Wil atop leaks in tin or iron roofs
indwill last for years. TRY IT.
Sendl stamps for samples, and full
* ~ GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO.,
49 & 41 West froadway, NEW YORK,
LocAl, AGENTS WANTED.
Feb. 8 1894.--m.
A. K. PARK,
16 PENDLETON STREET,
G1EENVILLE, S. o.
Recent inventory of stock
shows too many goods in hand,
immediate reduction necessary,
Seasonable summer goods will
be the sacrifice. The goods are
here as advertised. Prico quo
ted tell the tale. Quotations
are few for want of space only.
Colored ground figured Swiss
es, Persian Mulls, Princess
Duck, Figured Satine, Irish
Lawns, Camnbrics, Light Zephyr
Gingham, goods that have been
12A, 15, 20 and 25 cents all go
at .10 cents.
Pink, Cream, Light Blue and
Nile Green, Figured Crepes, re
duced to 10.
E in b r o' d e r i c s-Although
we've had a big trade in this
line, we find the stocks some
too large an( offer for this week
20 per cent off of all already low
All fans over 25 cents now ai
Our "Suimmer Ventilated Cor
set" to close at 38 cents.
Oxford Ties for levsian cost
Bargains in Ladies Shoes.
Just Recoived-.Auther lot
ladies Fast'BIack Be&nhIess Hose
Beautiftil. lot new Windsor
August 23, 1894.
jout of employment, or in:
Sa position that you do note
Elike ? Possibly the solic-i
Siting of Life Insurance is i
E your special forte. Many j
i people have, after trial, i
ibeen surprised at thei
Ifitness for it. To all such i
lit has proved a most con-i
E genial and profitable occu- i
j pation. The ManagementE
iof the 1
|Equitable Life !
E nthe Department of the
j Carolinas, desires to add
i to its fre oeaet
sof focsncaetcharacter and ability. !
iWrite for informuation. i
WV. J. Roddey, Manager, I
IRock H-ill, .. C."
S T AK E
Oeceit a dose.
Thore a ?s apSr
Toat, oH oah Croupko
Lathrma. mor Cospto Coug~IV an
taken in time.ous1db an i Gn
SI LOH'8 L O~N LBE~
teed to eure youn niecen
Use Browvn's Iron Bltter.
Phyuielansq recommend it.
All dealers keep it. 81.00 per bottle. Genuine
has trade-mar'< and eroeaed rodne onn anppor,
"llobbio, did you nsk God to mako
yoi-a bottor boy?'"
1(llobbio-I will next month.
"Why not now?"
"What's the uso when tho wator's
just right for swinming?"
KARL'S CLOVEl ROOT will
purify your Blood, clear your
complexion, rogulAte your Bow
els and make your head clear as
a bell. 15c., 50c,, and $1. Sold
by all druggiew.
Clrk-I would like to have my
salary raised. Boggs gets $6 more
than me, and lie doesn't do any
more work. It's unjust.
Employor-Yos, it is unjust, I'll
ro(hco Boggs' salary $6.-Plila.
J. 11. Clifrord, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheunatism,
his Stomach was disordered, hils Liver
was aflected to i alarming degree, a)pe.
tite fell away, and lie was terribly redu.
ced i flesh at-d strength. Three bottles
of Electric flitters cured hill).
Edward Shepherd,llarrisburg, Ill., had
a riing sore on hki leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters aid seven boxes of Bucklen's Arni.
en slve, ain( his leg is sound and wveil.
John Speaker, Cat awba, 0., had live large
Fever sores on his leg, doctors said his
wits incurable. One bottle Electric Bit
ters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him entirely. Set I by Osborne &
[(irkscy and W. T. McFall. Pickens.S.C.
Clara-I am going to ask - papa
to got me a hicyclo.
Mothor-IHavo you consulted tho
Clara-No. but I consulted a
It Should Be in Every Ilouuse.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be with
ont Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds that
it cured for his wife who was threat.
ened with Pneumonia after and at
attack of "La Grippe," when various
other reiedics and several physcians
had done her no good. Robert Bar
ber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr.
Kings New Discovery has done him
more good than anything he ever us
ed for Lung Trouble. Nothing like
it Try it. Free Trial Bottles at W.
T. M cFall, Pickens, S. C. Large bot.
ties 50c and $100.
No man can ask honestly or hopo.
fully to be delivored from tempta.
tion unless ho has himself honest
ly and firmly dotormined to do the
bost lo can to koop out of it.
Itncken~m Arnica Saive.
he nest Salve in the world for cuts
bruise8' sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fever
sores, telter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns; and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles, or ne pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money tefunded. Price, 25 cents per box.
For sale by W. T. McFall, Pickens, S. C.
Ofton do we think when we ought
to act, and act when it behooves
us to reflect. Honco caution is fre
quently as fatal as rashness.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Ohattanoo
ga; Tenn., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.' I
consider it the best remedy for
a debilitated system I evcr used.''
For dlyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
old b~y all druggists.
An Irish edlitor who speaks wvith
tho air of one who hmas discovered
a now fact by experience, says that
the way to prevent blooding at the
noeso is to koop1 your nose out of
Th'lis remedy is becomiing so well known
and so plarn1 as to need( no0 special mlen
tion. All who have used Electri'. Bitters
sing the same son~g of priiise. A purer
mieiine (1oes not exist, and it is guaran
teed to do all thait'is claimeid. Electric Bit
ters will cure all dliseases of tie liver and
kidneys, will remiove pimpiles, boils, salt
rhieum and other~ affections cansedl by hn.
Pure blood. Will erive mialaria from the
system ando prevent as well as cure all ma.
larlaI feveirs. For cure of headache, coni.
stipation andl indligestion try .Electric Bit.
ters. Entire satisfaction guiaraniteed, os
money refunlded. Price, 60 cents, and $1.O(
tier bottle. Sold by W. T1 McFall, Pick
ers, S. C.
Pationt (regarding his lacerated
face in the mirror)--You Purely
are not going to charge 'me full
price for that shave?
Barbr-A in't I? Why not?
"I think you ought to give me
cut rates l"--Boston Traveler.
.A Guaranteed Ourue.
We auit-horiz~e our advertised drug
gist to so Dr. King's New Discovery,
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
upon this condition. If you are af
fietnd withl it.Ciough, Cold or any
L~uig, Throat'or Chest trouble, and
will use this remedy as directed, giv.
ing it ai fair trial, and experience nc
benefit, you may return the bottle andl
have your money refunded. We coul
not make this offer did we not knoM
that Dr. King's Newv Discovery covik
lie relied on. It never disappoint.
Trial bottles free at W. TV. McFall'i
store Large size 50o. and $1.00.
Movo yourself and you wvill mov<
the world, It is the only' way t<
Wander Back: Wsy Not?
Tlie blirill whistlo of tho iocomotivo
As it spoods along with panting
Through sunshino and shado,
Doos'nt soom to say,'Wandor back.'
There is a voico in tho hum of spil
That shouts, "Movo onward, ours
is tho praiso."
But in the twilight of foggy days
Thero's much to mako our hoarts
Whilo flashing electric lights bid
To tallow candlos of tho olden time,
Wo swootly think of storios tried
Told by grandma, whilst dimly
they did shino.
Tall mansions with spacious halls,
Specimons of tho trainod architoets
Now moot the gaze of the passors
But givo mo the simplo vinoi-clad
Of grand-pa's houso that stood be
sido the rill.
Wander back ; why not? To homes
of loved onos,
Whoro our child-hood's hoart was
mado to glow.
Precious thought I such th ings no 'er
They are sparking fountains from
Bright ploasures flow.
Oh ! how it stirs the soul to wanler
To:theo homes wo kn-w in our youth,
And behold the tresses wo onco
know of ravon black
Bleaching beneatli tLo sunshino of
Whilo thore's music in tim screom
of the planing mll,
Let's wander back to tl carpen
tor's bench of old,
Whero toiled the Saviour content
that humblo place to fill,
Tihougli in .tlhe great nialstrom of
Oh I reiemibor I hid in th1o past,
aro momorios procious as gold.
MARTnA C. N1'roN.
.- -0 .0-.
TILLMAN ON THE TARIFF.
An Interview la ilac New Yoak
The Pa.swaye of the Tarif Bill, the
(rovernor Thinksl, 11'ill (,ire Some
Relief, bud the Peoile Irill Nerer
he Priosperous inul 1/he In iqpri.
ilous10 F')iancial LIcae Cheny-~v
ceivedl ai telegranm fromi thle New
YorPk Herld askinig for1 ani inter
vim'v (on the actio of11 th le House oif
Re(pres8entatives oni thle tarill'1, 1il.
The initerie~w waus given that. pa
per and was als~o given the home
papers. It is as follows:
"The 10settlemenilt of the taiiriff
question by the passage of I lie
niecessarily prove benelficiatl to bus1i
noss5, as manufactures no0w have
a basis of action and~ the state oif
uncertainty 1no longer exists. But
the dlisease which is sapinmg the
life blood( of the country andl it is
the cause of thme stagnation and
wYide-spreadl busi ness depression is
our1 iniquitous financial system.
Tairi ff ti nkerinmg up or down ; Mc
Kinleiyism aceniituaited, or free~(
trad1, nieithier will re'lieve the (dis
tease. Thb I roublle is thaint the ar
my of producers~' canno14t pro~spe(r
while we have 30 cenits wheat and1(
A 'entl 5 c(ft.ion. Theli farmers arie
simiply too pioor to buy the piroduict
of the manuiifacture and$iii they r'ep
reseinted thirty-live mill ion of our
populatioi--onie-halfI of' t he hoast
ed1 1hom1 mairket.
The war on fthe silver', the' con
trafctioni of the cuirrency and1( the
congestion of nmney at the busi
ness centres, its improper dlistri
buition and~ manipulation under
our banking systemi, these~ are t he
bIlit s which mnuist he0 r'Omioved or
chanumged before there will bet any
returni oif general pr'osperi ty.
'"Friom a political standpoint
Clev'eland 's bossism hais met a
stinmgintg dlefeaut, wh ile the Demo
cratie ii prt y is in the throes of po
litical dlissoluition. I would sa'y
.it had1( coimmiitted hari-hari were
there not indubitable proofs of it
having b)een assassinated by Mr.
Cleveland andl other trusted lead
ens. The bluster in tho .letter to
Chairman Wilson and 'the plea
for an 'adhoronue to party honor
and plodgos' was refreshing after
the President liad by; every engi
neery of his great oflico dostroyod
the moralo of the Democratic ar
my by securing its defeat through
the instrumentality of the traitors
Whom he led to join forces with
the Repuiblicatns in spitting on
party pledges and ignoring its
platform. le accused Senators
of having boeil bought by the
trusts, while they in turn convict
ed him of hypocracy and doiblo
dealing. Now this paragon of
party lionesty basely surrenders
to the corrupt Senate and his af
frighted miions in the Iouse
swaillow the Senate bill without
crossing a 't.' or dotting an 'i.
Where is party lioiestly, consist
eley, integrity and alhlerance to
"'The President's sympathizers
will be gratfifie'd that. the sugar
t rust, for which Ie lea1ded so el
oqtuently, has its reward ; while
th Wicked partners a mong Sena
tors of the coal and iron trusts
can smile complacently tit, tho vic
tory over the Noia Scotia coal
.(T]Ie Doiluocrats of SoIth Ca ro
illa are castilig about. 1for btter
and muuore honiest men to lead in
tle next national contest, between
the people al the plutoeraey.
We will mlever fight, under the
prselltt leaders alty more, and from
all suich liulibuigt as the Wilson
bill, ats it passed the House or as
amnii'ided by the Senate--good
Lord, deliver us."
A n Al1eged Conspiracy.
Oil several occasio4ns a rulior,
has beeni curr'ient that. Mlr. Cleve
land mnadi. an agreement with
Eastern plutocrc)4 y to wreck the
DlemIocrat ic part y in case he should
be elected President. again. This
rumor has been revived and can
be traced directly to prominent
Democrats. It- is claimed that,
the niltiey owners and aristocrats
of the East beenle a larmled at tho
growing independence of Demo
crats from the Soith and West
and deltei'imwd to destroy the
Dem4ocrlatie party hefore thi is inde
pendent, element o)tainled control
They reasolmd with great, force
and accur acy ,h(11t the Rept ublicani
party (couli be' relied4' upon01 at afl
times and under all c'ircumlstances
t4) 5 e r y 4' iplutocracy wherever
Tey also4 rePasoln-d, and1( correet
ly', too4, that inl ('a1s of thle dle
strucion o.i4)1f thie D.' eocratie pa1rty,
thle Repu~lbljians and1( ini this mah..
ner't formi a strong atnd contIroll ing
j)Imrty based(N upon)1 the rule of thie
chasses as against thle great pla in
people of the tnationt.
The 4 y fiurthe 4'r reaso nedI th at
long befo1re' these sctteredI'~( ele..
mients coul bi conIcentrated( this
sel f b) h in 1 c1elass law s, and1( jutd i..
peacul(Pt Iopp~losit ion1. Tlo t his~ iand
NIr. CDlevel an d re cei vedl 1the niond..
na~tioni, and( to) aeccomp))l ish thiis 4)h-i
ject mlonley Ilowed duin g Ih1e eam.i
palign~ li k' wauIt(r.
Th'le olbject was 14) gi ve Demoe -
racy compl1)ete control and then
dlemonistr'ate its iniabili ty to coni
duclt the govertnent. TIhiis ob
ject was1 accompjl ished and Presi
(lent Cleveland is car'ryintg out, hiis
pairt of the contrai'ct to the letter.
Upon no othber hypothesis can his
conduct. h~e accounitedh for. His
iinauguiral addreoss was a virittualI re
pudiation of the party phlatform.
Thue selectioun of Gre'sham as111 pre
miuer of his cabitnet was thle fir'st
dhirect blow at his party. The (ex
chasing choatse olf thel Sherman act
is no0w kniown to be4 antothier. T1he
issue of int Ierest-b~eaing' bonds ar
bitIrarily and without lawv is no0w
contsidleredl aniother. The appoint-1
ment of colored men as consuls to
white coutntries is~ another. In
fact there is not a single plank in
the par ty platform that he has not
purposely and flagrantly violate~d.
It has remained for him to ilhish
his work of destrnction by his:4is
cious, unmanly and unprecedented
course towar'd the pending tariff
bill.. .Nothing can innw ae Do.
mocracy. As a political power it
is dead and president Cleveland
has fulfilled his oantract.---Nation
The Black Death.
it is thought that the pestilence
raging in Hong Kong, China, is
the same disease that ravaged the
whole world about the middle 'of
the fourtoonth century under the
inamo of Black Death, and which
under the namo of the Plague
scourged Europe so fearfully again
in 1665. If this be so it is time for
all civilized nations to begin systo
matic offorts for its restriction and
extirpation. The Black Death was
the most fearful scourge to which
humanity has over been subjected.
In the fourteenth century it killed
13,000,000 peoplo in China, 24,000,
000 in other Oriental countries,
and not loss than 25,000,000 in
Europo. Germany alone had 1,
244,434 recorded deaths from this
cause. Italy had quite one-half
its ontiro population swopt away,
and in London, than a compar
atively small city, there were no
loss than 100,000 victims. The
Llisoaso is directly infectious, is
sproading rapidly from overy place
f its appoarance. It is attonded
by fearful sufforing, and is so
noarly always fatal that where it
has boon opidomic groat numbers
of the afhlictod havo committed
suicido rather thau endure a suf
foring so suro to ond in death
within it wook or two. The birth
placo of the .Black Doath was in
China, whence it spread literally
all ovor the inhabited world. If
this outbreak at Hong Kong bo
indood a now appearance of this
disoaso the nations of tho oarth
cannot too soon ascertain the fact
or too vigorously act for its con
fhioinent, to the region of its origin.
To that end our own Stato Dopart
mont and the foreign officos of
othor Governments should at
onco tako measures for united
action. No troublo can bo too
groat, and no expendituro can be
oxtravagont which will prevent
anothor journey of this postilence
around the world. No quarantine
can bo too harsh which is nocos
sary o prevent its entranco into
any civilized land. No sacrifico of
commorce should weigh against
hiumanity's right to protoction
against this morciless scourge.
T'ho timo to stop its ghastly march
is boforo that march begins.
Seuaoa- IIail anad the luneorne Tax.
Wash in gton,, Aug. 14.-As soon
as5 the journal was road the chief
alork of the house appeared and
:lolivorod a mossago announcing
the passago by the house oif the
b~ilIls to place oln the free lint sugar
bituminous coal, iron, ore and
barbedl wire. The message made
no allusion to the concurrence of
the house in all the sonato amend
monts to the tariff bill.
When the VICO p)rosident laid
h~of ore the senate the free list bills,
Mr. Madderson asked that they be
roadl at length, aindc objected to
the socond ronding of all of them.
Mr. Hill gave notice of amend
monts to each of the bills provid
inig for the repeal of all income
taxes. The separate bills did not
come up dluriug the clay's session.
Tlhe Senate, at 2 :10 p. mn., ad
journed for the (lay.
After Mouaday's Cauacus.
Withnin 20 minutes after Mr.
Outhwaito reached the committee
room the rules, as p~roposedl by
Messrs. Crisp and Catchmings, wore
-adloptod, relportod to the house
and, after a sharp p~arliamoentary
battle in which Mr. Reed led the
op)position, the order reported by
the rules committee was adopted.
Mr. Wilson immediately rose
and offered a bill providing for
the free admission of coal, shale,
slack and coke, which was passed
- -yeas, 160 ; nays, 104.
The free iron ore bill passed by
a vote of yeas, 163; nays, 102.
The free barbed wire bill passed
by a vote of yeas, 187; nays, 84.
Free sugar, passed--yeas, 276 to
.11-and the house, at 10 :25
o'clock, ndjoumfned until Wednes
"Did Miss P1yppe .roep
gons pass daily,
eastwa'd. They 1
my of settlers Wyho liae
ced from thoir homesin
Nebraska and eastern Col
the unprecedented drouth o . .1.'. .
present season. Many hany
particular destination'ini feW .
Their sole object
s011 loeglity east of th
sipPi where they can eke dnt.
existence Until another seado en
rolled around and escape the
ships of a winter on the pra
Since this exodus begun it
boon estimated that 10,000 left
the state. At Plattsmouth one
day last week 800 wagons were
awaiting to cross the bridge.
One man who had driven from
Holyoke, Colo., said that along
one stretch of road he drove fifty
milos, passing a farm every half
section, and it was only at long
intorvals he found one ocenpid
Thousands of farm hands are idle.
and thero is no other work for'
them to turn thnir hands to.
Every day of the drougth adds
to the distress of Nebraska's
already soverely afflicted corn crop.
It has boon over a month since the
stato, or a majority of the counties
in the stat, have had a good rain;
and while a few districts have been
s)ecially favored and reports from
thom aro cheering, the prospect
for the whole is dismal. Rain at
this lato date would do corn little
good, except the very late planted,
which is scarce. Its next bene
ficient offect would be to improvo
pistures now badly burned up,
and get stock in some sort of con
dition to bogin the winter on short
rations. Roports for the pap'
wook havo boon all of one
possimistic in a high degret
Experts who a week ago,
on half a crop of corn have c
their ostimates to a quarte
third, and even this, in
of many, is putting'it h:
will be no corn to sel
ks. All will be req'
dlOrs, of Indian Ba,
sqiirrel hunm~ting and,
a sack of gold andl sib.
gregating a Jittle, ov,
This he found deposited
root of a large oak tree wh.
blmyn over and uprootedl duri
severe storm that passedl over tAus
nmeighbhorhood last week.
Thei land belongs to M. G. Cart
wright, 'of Ripley, 'Miss. The
money is all, or nearly all, Amer
icn mints, and from the fact that
none of'it bears (late later than
the beginning of the civil war it is
believed the money was deposited
during that period. There is no
dloubt, also, th'at it was left by
the outlaw, John A. Murrell. It
has long been believedl that he
buried money nmear Indian Bay,
anid several years ago S. A. Muir
roll, who lived there andl~vi w a
a rosative of the outlaw,wa
knowni to (dig for money' onth
Cartwrigh t place.
Forty-five p)ounds of corn are
said to be worth only a cent and a
half in Russia to-day and many
farmers are sending their, cattle
into the fields as the cost of har
vesting would exceed the price of
"Ah, parson, I wish I could take
my gold with me," said a dying
deacon, wvho was very selfish.. It
might meolt,"~ was the minister's'4i
Whenever a murder is commit
ted in Argentina it is customary
to put every possible witness in~
prison and keep him there a~i
the real culprit is convicted.
Cholera is slow~~t'>
spreadinig in 1agssi
tained a fotp1oid. in iiet
Awhole bushel b
~eI heaf asn
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