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COCHISE HBVIEW : MOJSDAT EVENING. NOVEMBEE 5. 1900
PAPER HANGERS. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN ON ALL WOKK -73
Shop Next Door to bochise Review
Straw rides, Horseback Rides, Roalhuc,
Flahlnjj, and Hunting and doing
nothing Jo the country makca you
HUNGRY AND THIRSTY
But H. CoUtnsan erf the Brewery CaU wltUcrva
you. Coma and 6e hU uw rcl vJ
Delicacies from nearly every part of the globe. tSotha Cei
velat, Gotha Truffle Liver, Strnssburger Gooes Liver'Truffle,
Italian Salami, French Lyonese, Wietnar Mettwunst, Frank
furter aud Wiener, Sauerkraut and Horseradish, Fonurania
Boneless Goosebreaats, Westphalia Ham, Pig's Feet, Lubecker
Sausage (to be fried), Pates de Foia Gras, Tongue, Felton
Rubon and Mixed Vegetables in Cans, Botton Baked Ecans,
Holme's Pork and Beans in Tomatoes, Blsm&rk Delicacies
and Pickled Holland Herrings, Oavler Neunaugen (fish), Dill
and war Pickles, Swiss, Limburger.Rocquefort.Llederkraut,
Koppau and Swis Krauter Cheese. French Sardines and the
fineat Russian Sardelles, Eels in jelly, also Smoked Eelo and
Salmon; Gooaellver Purry, Westphalia Pumpernickel in Tin
Cam, Freh Oysters, Aubeusar. Butch Beer and fine Table
Wines on band.
You are respectfully invited to call at the Brtwery Cafe
and at for yourself.
Do Vou Want
If so, call
Mr. R. Zellner, of the
Who will be in
four days. He
I.W.Wallace : :
AGENT AND BROKER
Representing Mining Prop
erties. Re-al Estate BouRht aud Sold.
Money Loaned and Invested.
firs. fl. E. Bruton ;
Cleaning and Dyeing
By Dry Process
DraMmaklo ft pwinU.T
SHMsfaotlon itaaranteed. ;
Near Raub's Bloycls Shop, !
KO, C. CUAK, . U.
0. W. UITCHKLl
Examinations and retort9 mode on
Bdalas propartlss. Deti&na fuioiehed
lor ail Uads of mining and milling
Aiyf mad In Dupli
cate, 00 cents a metal.
Qualitative and quantitative) nnalytee
made of any mineral enbatnnce;
Survay of Patents in
Arizona and Mexico.
BISBEE aid NACOSARI
TIM TAT, Prop.
l,eaves Bisbee ou Monday, Wednta!
day and Friday.
Arrives Bisbee Tuesday, Thursday
Goes through from Bisbee to Naco- j
sari in a dat and a half .
Ctilrfx At copper Queen more
viiiww VYbers Information oau ! Ua.l.
STAGE fl! TRANSFER CO."
W. M. LIGGETT, Proprietor
Arrive at Bisbee at 11 a, m. leaves
one hour after arrival of A. & S.
L,eavc3 Naco at 9:30 a. m.
Trip each way made in one and a quar
V. G. MEDIG0VICH
WhuJcialo nml 1'utnll Oolnr lu
GAME UKCE1V hD
lIquots. wines gioos ana
Hole in the wan jw"" ,rA.Jf all-Way House..
C. M. Henkel. Practice
Watchmaker and Jcwc
Main Street, Bisbee.
B ' j ' VOTE. FOR ' x"
and Carriage I
Zellner Piasio Company1
Bisbee three or
will have his
J am prepared to supply any
qnantlty of flrst-clasB Briok on
short notlco on board cars . .
W. C. FERRIS
f Ts IP ?Tb i 1 H!$ (ft vi
Ilorto. Tha O. K.
Ivor; Stable U
tb Ittrgett snd belt tqulppcd In Arli,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS ::
. OORilEH O. K. AD EAJLF.OAD AT.
a IvamvAi iiuiioivi
Goc3 StpTlce, Prompt Attention
WESTON FlETCtlgR, PROP
Ltav orders witl S
rroiptl7procrs4, 0 BOrtS. BjhIimJoI, tth,
cr thotc for frti rirort on ftttattfcUitr. Bool: "How
to 6btilu U.S. ol Tcrtlga PnUatt unil TnJ-MHf,"
rBEE. TLtriit ttrci mr offmi tJ lnTtDton,
PATOTT IAWYJE3 0? 8 VBAKR' rCACTICS.
, J!Q,000. PATOIT8 PROOUBEO TjIRQUOII THEM,. ,
wlMC. II, SHOW c CO.
Opp. U. 8. Patent Offico, VASIIINQTON, 0, C.
Leaves Birbee Monday, Wednea
days and Fridays al 7 a. m.
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and j
Blsbco Hcndquartecs at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
kootns U and 12 Angius Hotel.
Cnnnncn lleudqunrtcra, fireaue Con,
Copper Oornpanv'a Offices.
-.-rf,,'- N-,..-.,,r.,,- I
" .. . 'Wat. lM
L. 3, OVtlRLOCK, Proprietor
PIIOKNIX, iiEBJ?,V'enl( Mutton. Pork,
m Ldinii und SitnsaKu of till kluds
W Oi hand or to ardor. "Weddlnff OftUea
V j n Spcolnlty.
6 nnnmnnu nmmrn r.r.r.
ft JJIV1UW KilVI A V Ui.N Ulii, UlQOlUlii (j
-i. .-t.r.ft tritjri , t., ,. itr, .,.. ,?,...
Dti eotly on tho voixA to Naco.
Wlu03, Liquors aud Cigars.
CHARLES HULL, PROPRIETOR
l ...Li.ui.uai. n .v. .j
ummxIi?' 8 K WILUAM8 X
Justice of the Peace
PRECrNCT XO. 2
Regular Republican Nominee
Hair Dressing and
Hair and Scalp Trentins o Specialty, Faolal
Treatment and MaulourTiu;. A Full Lino of
Tollut Accessories. HalrSwltoben, anil Wig,
Pompadour, otc. Hulr ronowod permanent
ly by Electricity. All Work Guaranteed.
AT THE F100D CATC
MRS. R. RITGHI
B. AN01US & CO.
1 Main Street - - Blsbec, Arizona
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTTO W, GEISENHOFER, Prop.
Plant situated in
Uppeor Mule Gulch.
City Office. Wallace Biiildlnjr.
The J. H. Jack
Lumber Co . .
THE STUDEBAKER WAGONS,
BUGGIES, CARTS, ETC.
Bisbee - - Arizona
Skylights, Arobltwtural Sheet Metal
Work in all its branohe-a. Seoond-hand
Qooda bought and aold.
HEXT TO BREWERY
CHAMPAGNE, THE -TAILOR.
Grarments made by us have the
Style, Fit and
To William Evana, your heir or aiilffua:
i vou are tiorouy notinedttiat odo
i dollnrt sai oSDCiidod in labor uud
I munttf unnii the Nillit Hawk T.Ciiln In nrilnr
; to lioll tlia mid promUen under the provl I
' Blon of dortlon i24, Bovlsed Statute of the
united btntoj, beini tlio rtmount renulreii to
i hold the samo for the yonr ending Uecewbtr
Bl, 1530, and If within ninety days after thli
publication you fall or refute to 'contribute
your proportion ot tuoii expenditure a?
co-owner your Interest in ald claim will
become the nroprty of
the tubtcrlber ua
iter taiu section awj.
Haery H MoMahK.
PIrtt Diibllcatlon Sout. 12 1900. .
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Edward ,L. Holfmau. deossied, .
Notlco It hereby ctven by tha undertlgubd,
Ooffmnn, doconwd, to the creditor of, mid
nnmiuiBirnir x oi iiib einnin ni nnwni-ii j..
" persons imvinff oiaima ogaintt tne taia
dcjeoiiaod, to exhibit them with the nocflcsnry
wituiti tour mouths nftor tho flrtt publiv'a
Hon of this notice to tho said administratrix
at tho ofilce of S. K. Williams, In Blihce, the
same beliisr tho place for the tratuaction of
btulnctt of tnld cstato' in said county of Co
chlsn. RE11ECOA N. UUniiCS,
AdudnUtratrlxof litato of Ed. h, Holrmnn,
Dated at lllibcc, Arizona, thlt 21th day of
Sootcmbor. 1800. i
Flrtt puhllcatlot) October S, 1S00.
NOtlCe tO Creditors. ' Vv
HutBteof Patrick OUnnlnjihnm, detoarod
NotloivU.hciehy kIvoii by tho uudcriilgtioiti,
y Kivou uyuiouuHTittflov.
udmiti atrttrlx of tho, nttnto Of Hikt
Oumilniiow, decons. dto tho..oredltot''ot;Jn RIJ0 orougn w.c wuu.i v
and ulljfrtirtHitu lmVinn olalnVn aKStJMtTt
kiiumj, iiiic-DM.' Uf in nmuieuiwr
ier'tiun( lmvinn olalnVn aKalWt
rfiwd, to exhibit thpui, wJihTne
louchora, within ton inoitfhttfti
llrstniibllontloii of thli Wlea tn tbTftlB
nulijiofttlon of thiiwoTleft, to t)
nlstriittlx at Ultfiee. the tiitne
nilrtilnlotriiti-K nt Itl.ftna tlm ci,mn:aakK
snfd estate, In said county of cJWhUer 1k
p nlnto for tl, tiAimirtlmi nf t,nsiFiJSBK
Admtiilttratrlx if thn
( unulnuhtuti dcuontrd.
iiiiuiuunnin ucuonirn. '24"l "a
Jims 1W ' " ' "Sa
lflrstpuhllottUonJunotieoa. ' Wi,
I ftRii'l"TiK.IWlft"iR:HTtC ffALrv
iKI H nv, buf
Tlie Campaign' will' be close 4 in I cbre Cnnty-with a Grand Mass Meeting
at the Opera House :i I i'sbee, at 8:1-5 P- M., Monday, November. 5th.
Hon.--Marcus" A. Smith .
Hon- Jas. S. Robinson
and all of the County Candidates will be present. Music by Bisbee Bra Band.
Come Everybody. A Democratic Night to be followed by a Democratic Day.
FAILED AS A MATCHMAKER.
Th Km of Denmr.rkrrted XIU Hand
At' It. Bat Mel with MU-
. The king ot Denmark takes an ac
tiTe interest In tlit uolfarti of oven
the humilest of his dubieots. The
matt w 1 n now the "home fanner"
to his ii.d'c5y 'had Veen known by
hirn from his early byhood and wat
the son of one 01 the king's wealthiest
rerm.ers. a lew years ago, sajsa Lon
dou paper, he fell desperately in love
with a pretty milkmaid who. was in
the employ of his parents. 'Ai usual,
the tourie of true Iots did not run
smooth, for the fath.er was eatr.emcly.
annoyed , and, humiliatad.whea he-
heard of this little affair &nd crdcred
his offspring' , to give up. any. idea 'of J
cii ucvyiuuig ticuuu u a .gjr oc-longing-
to the servant c'lass. ,,vNotiiJrE,
daunteV the ybuig- -fellow wont'
straight to the king and entreated
him to intercede, for him and. fcr;his
fair inamorata, The good kiny . rn.ueh:
touched hy , the evident distress of
the lad, did as hewas asked,' and, of
course, thorc remained nothing- for
the irate father to do but to yield
with as good a grace as , he . could
mustsr. As soon as the ' Wending1 had
been celebrated-King Christian gave
tha young man the charge of- hfo home
farm and showed great, kindness and
generosity to the young couple. Un.
fortunatelv. however, this love match,,
like man .mother, turned out badly.
Disputes i ..came more and more .fre
quent tl ' husband awakening ' too
late, al.1' ; the f act thHt,"fcpart f'rbm
oer govn- --(.k, ais ttiig nan icw oi
the qiri"i-t-f-which'he- would -"have
liked t-- 'i.cr-unter in a woman fori
whose; srfke lie -had -.sacrificed'; .the, af
fection of hia-father. Finally, a few.
days ago the romance of. the farmer.
and the dairy maid' ended in.a'trag-'
edy, for the husba'nd shot himself in
a moment of hopeless discouragement,
and the king is deeply" grieved and
much depressed by th'isf catastrophe,
which he feels to have been brought
about by his interference with a pure
ly family matter.
MAC:lfEy2R. WITEOOT' BEER,
Niatitat Ccntntl Before Chrltt
Yihtu the Romaps. first invaded Ger
many "thay found that the beverage of
the psopls vVas,abseri produced from
barley. Butjthatjwas at a time com
paratively mo'dsJrn.. 'troii the earliest
timss'" and vl'iJn 'i'very clime,, says'
an authority, - man' has had re
sort to some stimulating and - ea
hilarating beveragts prepared by .-fermenting,
the juices or HxtracU from
fruits, grain or plants ,, li., ts said
tha. . Qsiris .early as 1S80JB .'.Q
taught the process', ,of cxtiatting tno"
juiee front jbarley and" 'ferme'njang 'it'
wliile the Greeks leariied'hw to oiw
and irmst"itbm- the Egyptians, who,
300 B; C.,,llad esfabli3hed'-'i nuthber
of manufttctoxie1 at Fehisiuiu.on..the
Nile. Zenophon,' 400 B. G, refers -t
a- fermented drink ifrom barlejv acd it
is alludtd- to. by Aristoile, Strabo.a&d
othsra under. th nam oi "zythos.
Pliny mentions, -a kind of .beer called
"cerevi9la' and Euriem'enes 'in' A- D.
296 says that Britain a produced such
an abundance of . corn that . it was
suiBoient to supply not' only bread,
but a liquid compaVable fa ith" "'tvlne.
Ih'the seventh .centuiiv.baeithad .be-;
come so general. beveragta in- Eng
land, thajnakjngqf, VsieX) Uvied
a t;ax to.be pafjl ip ale, and early in
the flheenth.csntu'ry a brewer?s cora-
panr was forfeed'.jn London,"'. 'Up' "to
tha' ten(th,Hcntur'y En?lfSh TuseV
broom, bay berrlefr
was 'very pooT- oniy navorea witn
or ivy oernes. out
in 1843 the "culttTatkra ot the hop
plant was bsgunjn England,, and from
that time a gjeat cbangc.,vas made
in the qualltyofthe beer, manufac
tured, tn 1M.0 ihjt hflr,si brewery was
established ' at TiuKoh-onTrent and.
by the. end oi "the'ieVenieenth"' century
beer had WaomV'the'ha'tio'nal drink
HBW STYLE OF1 LINE MAPS.
lm Dor RatlroA A Molded
7ktoBjKUBde ot Olftr sad
Baked I.lk Brlok.
It Is Uafned'tha't the:Northwstem
Railway company, of EdglandU. in
troducing in several of the stAtlone of
the line maps .of the .tihrfqr accommo
dation ot patrons of. the road. The
maps measure- .about six feet square
and are made of tilesVix inches jqunre.
, In manufacturing these njapi'tho tiles
are made bv tneorainury process oi
mlxlne Various kinds- of &$ -in aiqutd
iform. AJttwnecessarj treaiwem,
- riitT'ules are
- Mrtili! are 'moiaeo.-'Ptaeeo iu mt
v - .. i..j.iv " .i::M. .Alt.
tUcallv known a "bUque";The draw-
ttkfeiWRJ5 reprod.Uue.dup cqpjper
$MM$Fm tot eacH'-'Wc-nd
i--lt. L. M .-I- A .... -
r4aC - Mna ' tilate
- c-.r9S'r.'?.- --v. i. i.j :i Vii; j j ,-.
f3LT.ZTtirv&. " - -
, KUuv5vm . - ----. F -i - -
Vrepnred paper ' The pinl .30. "pre-
r. Z.JX -. i.AnaAI -'Vlja tftT-fVr fit
toe oisquc uittiw wwmv imv.. v.
Jully to cause tftt i-ouy idk ot tne pa
lm tain 8 ' n "'' -r-w -
TL- iii ;. it then rrtrcred by daitp-eii:t.-
It with water and rubbing it off,
tk ink beirip- left beh'nd without any
jii:r of injuring the surface of the
tile or blurring the lineness or the
sharpness of the lines. The tiles are
then scp' Vp the kiln to be "hardened
on," after whlob they nre put u kilns
ard ei. They firft tlcn ok-r- ; J'ie
pahitpjf-room. whtT" the c . frp
put or. by. hand. aJtei which. they ai
seat t the enameii&a kilns After this
:"'jir.r firing they are ready for "stab
I in-. 1' "or the cenjtnting of a design
or pittetW !a tile work Is called.
Ithcs beei'suggested that these mapi
will prove valuble for use for other
than railroad purposes, particularly In
the schoolroom, a great feature of this
c'tj le. 'being its durability.
1 Bobs "la .youra a stop watch?"
Dobbs "Nearly ' all th t'ims.Baltl
Ji.mson"I understand: ycut arc
boarding. What drove you to that'f '
Tiffison ''My wife would go to tha
cooking school." Boston Trancoript.
' "Another Chinese outragel" shout
ed Hobbs, "Where?" Right herd
The blamed China laundryman has
burned1, my shirt " Philadelphia
Vicar "But surely the voice of con
science appeal to ou sointttitues?"
Deaf Old Reprobate 'Ofay be it does,
sjr, tut-r hen'. yu see. I'm rather hatd
of hoai'ing.' . Y. World.
t 'Ifn'ot yourself" said a wealthy old
bachelor to . a charming young lady,
;.vhom" w&ula you rather be?"
"Turc truly" wa3 the immediate re
ply St "Lou: iGk-ce-Democrat.
Joakley "Considerable interest at
taches to Jijjins nov He's'' an un
tie " CoakleV "I didn't know he had
anv married brothers or sisters."
Joakley "He hasnjt. .He's simply
opened & pawnshop." Philadelphia
"I'll' either 'beat him or bust him,"
said the candidate. "It Is a scheme
of my own, getting up, too." "What
is it?" -asked the" henchman. "I've
got a storj ahput, his pending a hiyi-dT&d-dollir
note ..to the- parents of s
kid named $er him.'" Indianapolis
"What is an anecdote, Johnny?"
asked hi6 teacher. "A short, funny
tale," answered1 the, little fellow.
"Thst'A right," said . the teachor.
"Now, Johnny, you may write a sen
tence .on the blackboard containing
the word," Johnny hesitated a mo
ment and then wrpte this; "A rabbit
has four legs and one anecdote " n
Francisco 2?ews I.'ettr
The polar bears of KodiaJc ialand
weigh from 2,500 to 3,000 pouad, and
none of them has aver been ought
There ar' 00 f&rge oyster packing
esthUlishiaenVs in Kc,rfolk, Va , and it
W 3tiiwVt;d that thay handle 2,600,
OOCf bushels annually, reprewnting
value of 52,000,000
I .Mount . Edgecombe, In Alaska, has
one of the largest craters In the
wuild. being uve miles in diameter.
which is .rilled with dense forests 2,000
feet bslow the rim.
A man' who owns a coaoanut jroTa
in Venezuela is independent, as tha
fruit continues to ripen all tha yaax
and bring a good priet. Zeoh t.rw
averages an annual income rf five
Saddles, tn sonje form, ara of th
freatest antiquity. Under Tiglath
ileser.in. the Assyrian .cavalry were
provided with them, and the early Ro
mans Used a covering of cloth, hide or
skin,' which was no doubt vary simi
1 The, public buildings of the United
States have cost, since the foundation,
of the 'government, exclusive of the
buildings in Washington and those em
ployed by the aVmy and navy, $154,
775,354 Of ths the sites have cost
$22,7,1j87, and thore remains $83,543,
574Wb(f expended on these buildings
before they are completed
-The increasing -dearth ot women
servants was instanced by Canon
Duckworth at a recent meeting of tha
Society for Promoting the Employ
ment of Women in London. The other
day, he aaid, a youn& woman who had
advertised for n situation as houao
sanld en the morning after the adver
tisement, recci'-ed SO iettcro, three
telegrams, and three personal visits
from Indies nnxiouw to engage her.
atRttatloo of Methodise.
A rturn which .has Just been pub
lished gives the general statistics of
Methodism all over. the world, includ
ing Wcsleyan Methodists, Primitive
Methodists, the Methodist New Connection-
Bible '.Christian Methcdists,
the United Methodist Tree churches,
the-Werey33. Reform union the Mc4h
otftst EMrtopli and many other bodies.
"Th s'rand totals are as'fcUqws.: Sfin-lsters,-
-44,503-, isy prea-chers, 133,434;
church mombTrsr WSiTllC. tday
schools, 79,192. dfllccrs and teachers,
7W350; ' Sunday -school scholwrs,. 0,871,-748;'-churches.'.e.03L
- a a ran em a
THE DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIOH.
H Watn't ."tended But Oaee,
We Too Bnsr to Botkor
"Wheu 1 went abroad this 5,prSngi"
said the young man who was ijalaft "
ilned because he had just come ho!
from the sjeposltios, says the Nsw York- .
Sun, "I was so ill that ay aoth.5r Mild .
I could not go without our dect'or. "
"On the way across, somehow, .ill
my illness got blown overfcosrd and" I
felt as if I had left myself in w Y-orK
and wa6 a nsw man I'd h7 to get ex-,
iaaintd with. But ell. the tine tiaie.
was theidoctor in cuf party. He'ws
fesving a good time and taking his owa .
audicloss; every once in awhile -he
would take a pill from one waistcoat
pecket and take it, than tfter. a e4v
he would drowa'powderfrca.aao'tHar
pocket and wash that down.' ' '
"The day we reachfid Amsterdam,
however, like a flash t found my-nla
self I had loft in Xew York I felt ill
and couldn't breathe I went to tha .
doctor in haste.
" 'Doctor,' I said, 'I feel queerly; I
can't get a long breath, all I'caa do:'-
" Then take two short ones,' said he,
and I laughed and,. got batter right
"And that was the only tiae'my
physician prescribed for me from dock
to dock, ovr and back."
PEACOCK FEATHER BOOM.
0U ot tfa "Tlddltr" Meaca MnoU to
libsdon Trade JXcnjr
Ta paacock'c feather has bwoinc &
oonspkuous feature In. our national
rejoicing, sayc the. London Sftil ,
Its introduction hto brought abVut
a revival of trde in the corzmbdity
which baa filled, Mincing Lane with
gladness and proved a'windf&K to thou
sand of London's poor.
for purposes of jubilation the "eye"
feather"'of the peacock has been. re
christened "tiddler" and sc4d.Ia!l
lions to a joyous public Bafotetne
war the trade in oeacoclc'i fea'theta ;
was in a comatose condJItotjjtEtte
stocjes were on nano, ana jae
of a clearance eeemed d&t
. Then some brilliant oppc
in the feather the veryr
wbicn an tsxuoerant public
taught to yearn In the carl,
our successes in South Africa il
dler,' in the hands of the aokterout!;
youth, Instantly jumped into popular-'
Ity, and while, it added- to the harm
k gayety of a nation, its ready 'sale
enriched sll who had foreseen) tite'
MISSISSIPPI JETTIES. -
Thr Oot $60,000,000, .n4 Wow "Ar"
S turned Over to tli
"The ad jetties in the south' pas
of the Mississippi delta are new'-reaety
to be taken over by the gore'raiseSt,"'
said Estell ilcHenry, of St.;Lotd&, one
of the administrators of the Eode es
tate; to a Washington Pest man. "The
0 years that the contractor was "re
quired to ktep 20 feet of water ow
ing through the south pass have now
expired, and every condition of the
contract has been complied with. B-v
tip tirm of the Teceat act of- -cob
gress tho government nay asstnps -,
control of the. works by paying oyki
,to the Eads .twAtfejaflgsftp 0:6 ptff.i:
maliiing oi tHePl'teonWaaf''Ttiis
will be dono asscorMPPihaiW!
price for theipranlisMatS
upon 8nd.'.o.therderai&i .lerd ,upf
It is not likely JJt&iny. obstacles trill
come in the'Vaj'wff'a flndl get&lkra&atr,
ns it is prorfdea 'that thf pri'cvW2je
paid for the plant, which ia outasde
the contract price for building the jet
ties, ia to be fixed ,by arbitration in
case ot a- failure to agTee
"The Mississippi jetties arts among
the most gigantic engintari? fjjfits rcf
the -world, costing In the "ntfiiiar
hood of 50,000,000, and aakSag- ,
foot channel out ot s, streara warc
there Yfas formerly ,but eisrht ie -water.
This has made of New Orh&fip
a port for the largest' among1 oo-"
going vessels, where otherwise wily
the smallest- of craft could 1ft
crossed the bar. -l ' .
,vThe Eada .jetties, however. -Mfla
they are up to the spe;i:ic&tijf
the contract, will not me iltx4fis
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sissippi brings down having Ud p
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