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BISBEE, ARIZ., JULY 17, 1900.
MEMORIES Of CHICAGO'S EAIR.
Wonder what thero is athe gilt
and ginger bread Paris Exposition
that compares with" the amazing
magnificence of he "World's Fair
at Chicago? Wonder if vthe ex
terior is "so enchanting -that the
visitor can look' at it "for"' three
months fend not, be .tempted to
enter a building? Wl.at ha.s Paris
what could it have-to parallel
that artist's dream 'the' Court of
Honor? Who that saw the Chicago
fair for the first time itj-om Lake
Michigan at a distance, land then
received it in detail from the
canals and lagoons, can fever hope
to get another vision like it this
side of an architect's heaven?
"Who, that associated with it long
enough to grasp its hereic sym
metry and symphony, does not
reverence the memory of John
Root, whose brilliant brain con
ceived it, but whose meteoric light
went out before the wonderful
child of his brain was born? Who,
that had the privilege of looking
along the bank of tie .Grand canal
during those moon-ljt late night
hours when nature -sleeps, d"d not
pray with fervent hearty that the
dream might last for .ever? Who,
throwing aside the poetry and
music of the scene, atiijstudying
in detail the mechanjeal features
of even one of those thirteen main
buildings, did not pity the in
capacity of Aladdin's lamp.
Let us go back ,to the manu
facturer's building and get ac
quainted with it. You saw it, but
you were-too overwhelmed-to know
what you had seen. Perhaps yon
were not aware that this building
was the largest structure recorded
by history. Tn this line of wonder
ful works you have heard of the
pyramid of Cheops, a veritable
mountain, but it did not occur to
you that Cheops, put in the center
of the manufacturer's building
would have looked like an enter
prising exhibit of cut stone.
You knew that the cathedral of
St.. Peter's, at Eome, is the largest
of the world's permanent buildings,
but perhaps you did "not know that
three such buildings"as St. Peter's
could have been put ins jde the walls
of the manufacturer's ' building.
You may have put up, in Chicago,
at the Auditorium hotel, -considered
an architectural monster, but not
so large as the Madison " Square
Garden, in New York, but the
manufacturer's building was more
. -thw twenty times as big as
-"iladison Square Garden. 1
Here was a building which, ar
ranged as a theatre, would have
seated 230,000 persons, and the
standing army , jfof Germany, or
about 700,000 men, could have
been mobilized under its roof. Its
floor covered nearly 31 acres of
ground, and incidental to its con
struction, seven -carv loads of rails
were used in the laying of this floor.
Think of it boys four games of
base ball might have bn played
inside this building at, one time,
. and there are few$atter3 fa the
- National league who could have
knocked the ball- from one field to
The roof rose 230 feet above the
ground. It was supported by
twenty-seven steel girders, each
twelve feet thick at the basej thirty
feet thick at the hip, and three
feet thick "at tho apex. Tho girders
spanned above- 30 feot. and ro.so
to a height of 210 loot. These
roof suDiiorts wore ewcled by tin
ao of a trfiYoliiij' oninc. w
. i I
'tool" cost J?;")0,000, and wis niado
of enormous timbers brought from
Oregon, several id' them being ef
sui'li elimensioiiL Hud four tint cars
were required in tin transport
ation of each. In these twenty
seven roof supports was more than
twice the material used in building
tho Brooklyn bridge, anil of greater ;
weicht than the Eaule bridge at
St. Louia. The building was
necessarily a shell, but the lumber
it represented o.oOO acres or
average standing pine
The Pa'ris exposition is no doubt
I'll i I 1 .. i l-.i .!.
ingniy artistic ami ornate, nut u
probably compaies with Chicago's
show as a French doll to an ideal
MONTANA FIGHT GROWS BITTER.
A Helena, Mont., special to tho
Chicago Tribimr. says: J3itter as
have been Ihe quarrels in Mon
tana's democracy in years gone
by they pale into insignificance
when compared with the extremity
to which the apparently never end
ing Clark-Daly feud whose ob
ject is the control ot the democratic
party in this state has been
carried this year. That blood
shed was averted in the
Butte convention seem a
Montana now. has two "simon
pure" democratic parties,
state central committees
calls are " out for
nominatiiiL' conventions for
selection of a state ticket.
latter two are to be held in Helena,
Sept. 19, and conservative demo
crats are vehement in their pro
tests against both Clark and Daly
for their action in hopelessly divid
ing the party by placing two
tickets in the field, which they
declare can result only in repub
lican success at the polls this fall.
The battle to be waged this fall
gives every indication tf being the
most stubbornly contested in the f-j
history of the state. Notvpnly is a '',
full set of state offices to be
chosen, but a legislature is to be
elected that will have an opportune
ityof naming two United '-States
senators rt most unusual condition
except upon the admission of new
atate3. ' ' ' '
Senator Thomas H. Carter, (re-'
publican), whose term- expires!
March 4 nest, is expected here nest
week to assume charge of the re
publican forces, and it' is quite'
generally conceded that he is. ai
large stockholder in the company
that has purchased the Helena j
Herald, and has instituted the!
leased wire service of The Associ- i
Cited LJrOS3 ailtl OUienVlSe impVOVea
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i T-. . ,. . ii
the sheet, with a view of making it '
the party mouthpiece.
Meanwhile Senator Clark has ,
i i ii ri . -ri it m !
purohasecl the- Great .balls Tribune,
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thus giving him an orgnn in Kutte,
TT ! , ,, n l i 'i i i
HelenR and the Cataract CUV, While
ATli Toiit Mac alcs TMirrtltoenrl i
.u. t . ju.i it niou mw .iimijA
several weeklies in addition to his
personal organ the Anaconda
Standard; and from the
il, . ,
manner in which
writers have already
the campaign a new
supply of ad- i
jectivea will be required long be
fore thfe votes are ca3t. Strangely
enough, the most rancor is dis
played among the democratic
journals, addressed respectively
i ii si i -i T 1 1 1 1 it
to the Clark anciDalv leaders, both
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Of Which are.apprOVed bV the re-
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publican writers, who paraphrase
,,,-, ., 1 , 1 , , ) us
"Go it, hU3baild, gO it. bear,'' "0rO
.. ,-,,,, . .. ts 1 !
it, Clark, gO 'It, Daly.
'-, tt ts . i r 1 i! ii
C. H, Eggleston. formerly OI the
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Chicago Herald and Chicago
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Times, has become edltor-in-Chlei
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01 the Helena Independent, the
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lOCal Clark Orcan
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Candidates are numerous 111 both
parties for all offices Gov. Smith
will doubtless be renominated for
governor by the Daly faction;
while A. L Bnbcock, of Billings,
is the most promuent republican
aspirant; and there are half a
dozen Cjarl: men anxious to head,
the ticket, with the chances favor
ing no one in particular
The wet season h now on atUl vou
need gutters on your buildings.'1. Go to
E. G. Ord Co. Gutters made in any
style. Tombstone avenue, next to the
Forest lieu Selection No. 104.
UNU'KllNl'A'rj'.t. UMI DH'KB, I
ll'CHiiN, -Vri . .Itinnrt'llUt. (
Notli'i" is lu-i'pliy irlvcn Unit l Hutu A
Go.. u'liiiMinnMdlltoo uililrntti ix 11. 'i Moiittrmn-
ill J nil rni .... i ii. i, -,... v........ .,,
... ......... iii. P ...... ri!t. to I'. ,1l. wilt . lililil I
muilo iijiieiUion to si'li-ct, uiulnr ilit- ,tet ot I
.nnm I. lS'ij (Ni Slut.. ;ui), tiu iniiouMni: iin
mtIIkuI trilrt of luml: Tim Aii'ti-nll It.iueli
sltuutii in Kmnsey ciiiimiii, liiiueliiii'ii nioiin- !
tiilusConliU" i,oiiut. Arloim Terrliiii , in
lint will lie wlien mrwweil T '.'.i S.. IJ. ?fi I!
R.AS.1:, 11. A M ilu inev i-, 1 1 id lo u ,
location lnoiiiiiuMiii on tlio summit ot it liifh
ridge, running-in a irrnernl oa-it and UPit
ilircctloii weit of ISams) ptiicii at its
mouth uinl i-oiilliui;t of tlio Mptoalt TJaneli
houso, being nn ouli poit lour loot lornr, st '
in mouud.of Rtono, w hmu-p h tilnzo oti rvn '
ouls trppS lnclini. in ilinniptpp tipiirnS 11 ilnx '
10 mln, W, lS.r fpot u liliio on nn nuU liep '
H inclips in tUnniPtPi' liiir N. il iIpk. l niin.
W.'JS.fi toet ; a lln.Pon mi oaU ivpo IiicIipk
ill llnii4itt i0fllu . 11 ilpt' 'Tl mill i. lUl.fi
feet, Cnn-Pouu, , huopIhiou iimiiiiti.ins. hpur
S. 6 clecr. 13 mln. W ; Miller I'puIc. Miiiicliucn
iiiouutaliisii bears . hpu . ' inm. ; tnu
Jose Poult. Sonorii, licnrf. S. M iIpk. ' niin.
K. ; Mnenllano Poult, Sonorn, Iipiii, S, il
licjf. ' mln. l.;8tnnl; of Cnrliln mill. CUar-le-ton,
benrs N. 1 U'K. mln. K. niimit 11
mill's; liurn nt l'npUnnl'x nuicli, SSiin I'pilro
vnllej, benviiS. .SiIpjt fllnill K. ;Noith Ppui;
of lliuiil Hnnuli lioiiKit lienr S. Hi dptf. 'H mln.
K. about l,'-i milps; pliiiuney of llnttprmnii
ji)e; peak or i nitt' n
bears S. 28 tlejf, 1" "i h. . al
I.. I.1..I !.,... B M. If 1
raiioli liouso N. 71 ley. .Ill iniu. 1.. aliout 1
now uilobti hnusp
Initial point of Metrnlf rntiph survey (n luiti-
iou' mllp tlu
ppr no ;i.inclies in lilmnctpr, Fi fppt 1 nu kki !
I '! feet in tlie (,'roiiiul) boars S. 32 ilpfc, Ju mln
I From tliin Initial pot the baumlarlM-i ot
thi ranch claim are ur follows V. SUphnliis
I to a nioiiimipiu. of stonos ; thoncp S, 40 chains .
t to u monument of Rtonps; thence E.SOpIibIuu
' to it moiMimcnt of stones; theiu'tt N."0clmius ,
to u monument of stone; tlipiice K. ai rlmiii j
to n nioiiiinient or stuiips; thence N, "U cliiilns I
i to a monument ol sroupw; thenoo K. OolialiH '
I to ti monument of stones, theiioe N. "Dcliuiii4
i to ulnonumentol utoues.; thencp W. tOchnlus
to ft monument of Ktouns; ibenopS. '. tielmlns r
to a motiument of stone, heretofore ile- i
Sieribeil; theneo W 'JOobnlnsio nlnee of be
Kinnlnir. contolnltiKl60 acres
AVithln the iip.' thirty ilnys from thpilate
nttheUrst imiiileatlon of thH iiotiee pro-
j tests or contests auninst the selection on the
ground that the itinu ilescribeil. or any por
tion thereof, s tnoro valuable for Its mineral
than for ngricn tural purposes, will be ve
colveil ann noted for report to tho Commis
sioner oi the General Land Olilco.
Mix.Tot K Moonc
First publtoatiun JunslS
forest lieu Selection No. 107.
L'sited States La:;d Officv
Tucsos, Aiiiuim, July 11, 190.) ,
Notice. 19 herein given that John II.
SlftUFhter, whoee postonice address h Bis-
bee, Cochlge count, Arizona, liu-. made
plication tasoloct mnder-tlto Act of June 4,
;jr,-V0 Snit., 80) 'the
Firrf 111 nnro iinnllrvotpil. on ui'srlnnn
lutein's lViik, iii (.Snwlahipe eunyon, CoetiHe !
I J UIUII iWl'UIUI, 111 .'11111 Will UCT 4. .1-0,, L.
S.K. fi. mwl S. If. II. nml M. Thn Initinl imliit
.. . 4 a- Ia.... ... i.l.n. .till ...' IIL? ."
iui, in(.'o'iitf i' of ti-iiet is a usto pipe in
I ""Wfi ot sinnll oe.1. miu vcnieut dnin in n
iucTsuifu'i side aii
''iadnlupo ennyon, from which initial point I
von lendinc nortliuiit lutn
r.oi).Mi).!ii mi. 1a ot uouiiunry Dinwopn i . s.
etnii ilpxioo bears 5, wueg. m niin.. w. 3YSU
iSecohi) -10 nerns, niisurvo.ved,on west sloiic
Sti'In's Pial;, Cooliisp county, Arizonn, in
I wlmtwill beT 23-b., K. 32-K. U. und S. K. B.
i nml M. Tho initial point iimrhini; center of
j tract is n cross, ubout 8 in. ions between
I lottersS chiseled on a cement rock, situate
j on the bieiik of ilat above bottom of Syc
I more creel;, about one mile up ereek from
house known ns "QU Smith Rauchc." From
suld initial point Wiite oak tree 2 tt diam
eter bears N. 20 deg- il nun., E. 3 ft., seilbed
"S. S. ranch In. Pt. ?, T." N. E cor. ruins
adobe liouso 12x10 ft. bears S. 79 dog. 10 mm .
W. 391 ft. White otik tree 11' in. diameter
scribed "B. T." bears IS' 55dog 20 mln..i:. 13M
ft. White oal. tiei 14 lu. diameter, center
stem, scribed "B. T." boors S, 19 dee 50 mils.,
K. 12ti ft, Threu conical hllU bear as lollows:
S. OSdct, U. about XA mile.S. IS degr. IS mln.
W. nb6ut H mile. S. M deg. ?0 mln. W. about
one mile. Locating monument ot rocks 8k.
t. base, iM ft. hlEh on summit hill overlook-
ig San Bernardino valley bijars 3. 86 dee. 14
ment San Jose Peak'. Sonoru. Mexico, luenrs
mln., u . Wi j u. trorn caia locating' monu-
S. ii deg. !i mln.. W. about 60 miles. Monu
mentNo. 77 pf boundnrj between U 9. and
Mexico bears S. 5 1 dig. S mln., W approxi
mately 1? mileo.
Within the next thirty days from the date
of the first publication of this notice protests
or contests' against the selection on the'"
ground that the land described, or any por
tion thereof. Is more valuable for its miner
alt than BH-riculturnl purposes, will be re
ceived and noted for report to the ComniU
aloner of the General Land Officer
MiLios H. Mooke Rejister
Firbt publication July 1 1, 1900.
Minim Application No. 7!l.
Survey No. 1-164
Unite-States Iakd Office I I
'lrcaoK, Arizona; Juno i9, liKiOl
Not'ce in hereby f-'iveu that Peter Johnson
and P H, Harrington trhoae nostolflce od-
dress in llifb&o, Cochise comity. Ariz na
Territory, for both, have this doy Bled their
application for a patent lor 13:.: lineur feet
of tho .Erie Cattls claim mine of vein, bear- I
ing: copper and other metaU. with urtuco l
ground 608 fot In width situatod iuYi arren '
Mining District, Counts of Cochiso and er- ,
ritor, 6f Ariioua a. hi desifi.Hted by tho
lipid notes and oiticial plott on Hlo lu this
i office as survoj Number 1161 npproxl tint ly,
I In Township 23 South. Ranije 21 East (uasur-
up u notes unu oinciai niatt uu ,
veyed) of Gila and Salt Itlvor
idlan, Arizona, snid surref No. 1161 belnsras
Beginning at i-ornor No 1 tho N. W. cor
ner Identical with location and with the N.
hrco and Mor-
i E. corner Lt Koe or bummrr claim, tin-
! surveyed, n pine post 4 feec long-.i iiis. tt
,1 foot In the ground, surrounded by a
mound of stones, sen. ed i-ut e. c. c,
whence U.S. Mineral monument No. 1 uoars
iN 67 deg min west 130 SO feet, and corner
, Jo 3 Ace ot iptuies Lou e no 1UIS bears - ty il
mln E S01 feot to M end center identical with
location, a pine post scribed 1401 E. C. C,
'608.00 fePt sumo bearing; to corner number 2
the N. E corner, a pine post 4 fpet Ion ,
4 Inches souare scribed 2-1461 li C. C
10 mm 3 sec w xzi.iu ieet .inence w,d mg 33
, whonco original locai ion botrs f. 14 deg- II
' mln eusl UO.liO feet Thence S 52 dee SI mln
I E 712.10 feet to com er of frame house, 91,5 50
tcet.same oeariutr to tutcrsection grave
yard feneeJit .N.18 decc E 7'i 0 feet from, the S
V corner. lllO.OD feet, sume bearing tv inter
soctioii urnvoynrd fence ac ST3 dec; IS mhi E
IS '.JO ftlet from tho S y cornor, iZii 00 feet,
same bearing to corner No 8 the S E corner
aplno-post 1 It lone 4 Ins sq scribttt.-H61 E. .
C. C, whnco original locution bears N -Id
dee 52 mln E 22,t0 feet thonco S 16 dbg 53 it in
N 80i.ll Jeet to S end center, a pit.e post '
scribed ltBl E C C whence original loca- I
tiou bears S 13 dec; 17 miu E 51.00 feet OOd.O ,
fet same bourinu to corner No 4 the S W
corner, u pine post , 4 fpet lone 4 Ins sa
..n i . .ic i i? n r ...l ii-. .. .
. meu -wu n, v.. v.f wutjiieu on xiiml luca-
I tion bcmbSia deg- 25 miu u nw. 0 fop,t;
' thenooN52deRS4nilnY13 .00 feet to cor-,
norNolthopluceof beslnnlng-. Majtnotlo
.variation U deKrees East throughout
iotui not area outtio eitiim ie,i9s acres.
, Th3 location of this mlno is lecordod in
the recorder's ollico of deeds in book ii ,
paco S6. of mines. The ndjoluini-clalmunts
, uto on the north 'omo Hy Chance, Ormivlllo ,
I Hiierjon the West, Vorktown, lfllo owner
on the south, Last Hose of Summer, Kontli.if '
and ..huttuck owners; on tho east Kclndeer,
;c, a, overlook owner.
Any and nil persons claiming adversely I
nny portion of &utd Erlo Cattle claim, mine
or surface eround are required to Hie their!
1 atfvorjo ciimr with the lister of the 1
1 United states Land Ollioe at Tucson, in the1
Territory of Arizona during tho sixty dajs
j period of publication lieieoi or they will bo
' burred by virtue of provisions of the '
1 irst Publication Juno 23. If CO
Notice lo Creditors.
F.stnte of Patrick Cunninxhani, deceased
Notice 1 hereby (rivon by thomu'cMiKned,
administratrix ol tho Hstnte of Patilck
i Cii'iuinffham, decom il, to tho creditors of
and all persons having- claim airutnqt the
said deceased. toeliibt thuni, u-ith thonnc-
pmary vouchors, within, ton months aficr tlio
I Am publication of this notice to tho said
i administratrix nt IlUboo, tho same bolnu
tho plnco for th'- trans lotion of tmulnebs of
' aid estate, iu'said county of Cochlso,
Administratrix, of tho Kstnto of Patrlclt
CunniiiKhum dceAed. -1
Dated at UUbee. A T,,-thh r?t daj of
1 First publication Juns 2. 1?00.
NACO ADVERT ISENENTS.
CURRY & CO.
lJi'filciH in Diy Goods, (irorijiics,
Kniil Aiiro, Cfuiis ami Shoca.
i uri'liiiHiii! and Forwnrdin Acmt.
CiiHlom lloilPt' llrokerf".
J. J. KRALLMAN
Carpenter and Builder
M:i LIMBER YARD
Keeps ulwnjR on hand u uplected stock of
Luuilier,.! oors.Sash, .Moul(lint:s and lluihl
Pat Smith & Co.
Pies. Doughnut, Cakes, et.
French Restaurant Meals Served In
Titos. I'iiielli . . Naco, Arizona
The best, (or
CURRY & CO., naco, a.
Ot all the Oil
strong as this one
acres in l uiierion
l- 1 1
larffe block of
we are now drilling- our
' SVat & & & & & & l
"- 'nil HiWImHIIi' '
Nurserymen and Florists
All kinds of Garden Plants, Shade
and Fruit Trees, Umbrellas four feot
hi)h 60 cents each.
Ajfine line of Cut Floera. Liberal
diecount on orders of iI0 or over
P. O. BOX NO. 484
Los Angeles, California.
1 am prepared to supply any
quantity of Qrst-claSS Brick ou
short notice on board cara . .
W. C. FERRIS '
BENSON , . - ARIZONA'
When in Tucson
Stay at the
Coolest Kooifis in the city.
Rates from f0 cents up.
WM. RE1IJ, Proprietor
P. 0. BOX 265
Wholesale Dealer in
i Sole )vriKrs of the Diamond Mon
Country orders solicited.
j Wheeler & Perry
California PowiW Worku
Ulasttngi Sporting ami
XXX Caps and TT Ftt3e.
Nos: 36 and 38 Congress Street
BISBEE M NAC0SAB1
TIM TAFT, Prop.
I day and Friday.
Ieavjs Hisnee Tuesday,
Goes through front BUhee to Xaco
sari in a!day and a halt. S.
Offlf At copper Quen Store
VlllVC Where'lnformatlou can he had. i
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
President, E. T. Stimson, Capitalist.
First Vice-President, Walter L. Vail,
of Vail & Gates.
Second Vice-President, Wm, M. Garland,
4 R. E. Broker.
Secretary, J. W. Evans, To whom all Money
Orders aad other Remittances should be made.
A Sure Winner
Companies organized In California, none are so
In its Board of Directors and active management.
Notice Our Holdings
T 1 1 Hrri '. ". il. -Cm . rt
rieiu; 4v acres 111 mc iuuiuua oaiua j ama mnn.i,
the choicest laud in the Los
first well. -A limited amount of stock is offered at
20 Cents a Share
PAR VALUE $1.00NON-ASSESSABLE
Crude Oil Co
,Los Angeles, Cal.
Near Baaavicb't Store. Clsanlng
done by new Dry Process. Gent' Suit
I cieanea. mo i.aaies irv, iiomijiuic.
cod Klbbon. Hats a ipaclalty.
City barber Shop
Bath Room and Porcelain Tubs
Marks & Wittig, Proprietors.
Everything First Class.
C, K. BARNUM
fcifiaafte aad Exprtu
tlaoOied WUi Car.
Leav ordsra with 3. S. Williams. Ttl. No.
mr-9r. fr k fc: 9. fe; &". w. 9 fc Wf t 8? r W "
afcMftJMaM.fcfca jijiiMaiMM ma i m mttm am . - m .
& SMITH 1. nr.,,nB'ffr..il.,n
IL uitmy cLtnuffii
Shine's Lunch Counter,
(lUOlIT AT DEPOT)
Everybody Knows Shine
Give Him a Call :-: :-:
BENSON, - - ARIZONA.
B. MAIER & CO..
- -DHALERS IN- -
Wholesale and Retail.
When in Benson Give us a Call.
Goods and Low Prices.
Right Across From Depot.
BHNSON, - - - ARIZONA."
A. J. COI.I-INS, - Proprietor
WM. OHNESORGEN, - - Proj.
BENSON, - - - - ARIZONA.
Opposite Southern Pacific Statiou,
Beer and lgau,
Conrtantlv on Hand.
Tho Only American
Hotel In Benson
Icooms on Ground F1.001:
l'OK Famimks -'specially
IRIEDMANi - - Proprietor.
BENSON. - - ARIZONA. '
. a Onin XJri w ! Ill Ci
Angeles Field, on which
La rioritaTSonora. flexico
Bisbee Candy Kitchen
Fresh Candles Every Day
Ic Cream, Soda Water,
Lemonade, Milk Shakes,
A Big Cold Drink forS Cents
I of 1 11 M
orph 'Q!rfrt3ttroHcara.tiiUUiiiT. Bock'-t
nOtuinU S. KiFcrtca.tatorulkt.ittbl-M2iix"l
FEEK fjiiiit ttml irtr cfltril t tfinntdfu.l
lAjFAXENI LAW7EE3 OP SS'TEARi' PaAOIIOS-i
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