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MISCELLANEOUS, AL.
ORai
DR. 8HALLEI~BERER'S A
Fever and Ague
ANT I IDO 'IE A
iways stops 5ae chinl.
SThis Medicine has been before the Public -
fifteen years, and istill ahead of all other
known remedies. It does not purge, does!
not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in
any dose and under all oircumstances, and
is the only Medicine that will
CURE "IMMEDIATELY
and permanently every form of Fever and -
Ague, because it is a per-ect Antidote to
Sold by all Druggists.,
up
IWTHY IS IT THAT SO MANY A
children die unude the age of fire
years ?. That a large rllportion of chil
drein die under that age, has long been a
subject of remark, and without a satisfac
tory cause ascertained, it is certain.
Also, it is known that worms exist in
the human system from its earliest infancy;
therefore parents, especially mothers, wl;o
are more constantly with their children,
cannot be too observing of the first symp
toms of worms; for so surely as they exist,
an they be
SAFELY AND CERTAINLY
removed from the most DELICATE INFANT,
by the timely use of
B. A. FAIIESTO'4K'S VERMIFUGE.
It is perfectly harmless, contains no Mer
cury, being a
PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOSITION.
and may be administered with the UTcoST
SAFETY TO CHILDREN OF ALL AGES.
Worm Confections, made more for the
purpose of pleasing the palate than of over
coming the disease, have been manulac
tnrod all over the countsy, but their short
lease of life is nearly exhausted, and B. A. -
Fahnestock's Vermifugoe Continues to grow
f in favor daily.
CAUTION
Should occasion require you to purchase
I. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, be particu
larly careful to see that the initials are
B. A. This is the article that has been so
FAVORABLY KNOWN SINCE 1829,
and purchasers must insist on having it, if
they do not wish to have an imitation
forced upon them.
SCHWARTZ AND HASLETT,
FOP.MERLY
B. A. FAHNESTOCK'S SON & CO,,
O8LE PROPRIETORS,
-Mceh 2-ly. PITTSBURGH, PA
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use these only and save time, health =
and money!
4o000 REWARD!
For any caue of Disease many stage which
they fail to cure !
DR. RICHAU'S Golden Balsam, No. 1,
cures Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat
and Monuth, Sore Eyes. Cutaneous Erup
tions, Copper-colored blotches, Soreness of
the Scalp, Scgofula, &c.; it is the greatest
Renovator, Alterative and Blood Purifier
known, removes all mercury from the sys
tem, and leaves the blood pure and healthy.
D R. RICTAU'S Golden Balsam, No. 2f
curea Mprcarial Affections, .Rheuma
tism il all its forms, and gives immediate
relief in all cases. Price of either No. 1 or
2, $6 per bottle, or two bottles for $9.
D R. RICHAU'S Golden Antidote, a ra
Spid and radical cure for 41 urinary
derangements. Price $3 per bottle
D R. RIDHAU'S Golden Elixir D'Amour,
L a radical cure for Nqrvous or General
Debility, in old or young; impartingu ener
. gy with wonderful effect. Price $5 per
bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt of price these remedies will
be shipped to any place. Prompt atten
tion paid to all correspondents. None
genuine without the name of"Dr. Richau's
Golden Remedies, D. B. Richards, Sole
Proprietor," blown in glass of bottles:
Address Dr. D. B. Richards, No. 228 Va
rick Street, New York.
November 24, 1869-1y.
Weekly Alexandria and Grand Ecore
Packet.
oTr Grand Ecore, Alexandria, all Land
inge on tile Bondien, Norman's and
Barbia's landings.
Ag* In place of the steamer Faouo. *'i
-EIBHiE SPLENDID1 PASSENGER
B. L. HODGE No. 2:
JOHN HIENN,................ Mast .
. Wmin. Culbertsr, ............l.....Cerk
W ILLL LEAVE EVERY SA'rUR
day, at 5 P. M. Returning will
leave Grand Ecore every Tuesday ant 12 M.
Alexandria beery Weilnesday st 12 iM.
For Freight'or Passage, apply to
J. A. WILLIAMS,
E. B. BIOSSA''T,
Agents
".lThe B. L. Holge was purchased ex
pressly for thle trade, and' passengers tiand
shippers may rely upon her being prmmpt
on ume.,. I Mch 30-tf.
INDEPENDENT WEEKLY PACKET! I
THE AfAGNIFICENT STEAMER
V. T BO(ARDMAN;. ..--...-....- Master
W ILL run, the balance of the season
as an independent Weekly Packet
Vill leave New Orleans ever Saturday at
5 P. I., and AlexandriaSgoiig down, every
Thursday at -e M. For Freight or Pas
sage apply oll.boafd or to
E. . BIOSSAT,
afy 18, 1870 tf.. Agn -t
STOEWALL JAQ
ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS AL1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
WM. A. SEAY,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, ALEXANDRIA,
La., Will practice in thile Courts or
Rapides and adjoining Parishes.
THIIOS. U. U. MANNING,
- TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
-. La.w, Alexandria, La.
H. S. LOSEE.
A TTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE FRONT
IRoons, up stairs, in J's. W. Osborn's
Brick store, Front Street, Alexandria, La.
H. L. Dl)AIGRE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ALEXAND
ria, La.
oB. B . LEU'KIE.
r.j TTrORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
in Public, Alexandrin,La. F
d R. A. HiUNT'ER,
N TTORNEY AT LAW, ALEXAND
ria, pa.
M 1AURICE G RIVO'T',
TTORNEY AT LAW, OFF ICE .18
L Natchez Street, corner of B- nk Place, ca"1
up stairs, ?!,ew Orleans. • . co
W. W. WHITTITNGTON, JR., C
t:.orney and Cournsellor at Law
-a1id
r o - r 1, P ut 1 I i
AIEXANDRIA, LA.
Sept. 1, 1869-tf. 01
I DAVID GOLDM AN. w
T
l Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
ire
il- Third Street, near Post Office,
ia
Sc. ALEXANDRIA, LA.,
WTILL practice in the Courts of Rap
in ides and adjoining Parishes.
cy; January 26, 1870..
ho
en, R. J. BOWMAN,
1p
let, A.ttorln.ey at LaTw,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
"NTa FFICE in the rear of Jacob Walker's
store
Es Sept. 8th, 1869-tf.
R. K. HOUSTON, tt
)N. Attorneey at Law, str
DT COLFAX,
Grant Parish, L- pa
en Will practice in the Courts of Natchito- E.
ac. ches, Rapides and Grant. tie
ort Mch 2-6m. co
A.
C. I. LEDOUX, . ev
Notary Publi ic
-and- H.
us JUSTICE OF THE PEACOE,
are ALEXANDRIA, LA.
so May 11l-6m. nn
129,
, if R. P. HUNTER, pr
.on ttor;Le-" at L '.arwr,
'T ALEXANDRIA, LA.
Sept. 1, 1869-tf. ,
R. W. BRINGHURST,
- Clivil En izneelr
--and
PA ISS -S .I rE 2 OR ,
LIth J~17?lSI sr/.£?rE1ojs?
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
ORDERS sent by mail, or left at R. C. [
Hetberwick's store will be received
uich and attended to.
°Parties desiring to enter land in this
and adjoining Parishes can be satisfactori
ly attended to.
Jan. 20th, 1869-tf. P
roat -
a of t
,test
ifier t
sys
thy.
raa
per 170.
will JULIns LEVIN. Joufl J. FEROUSON
nae LEVIN & FERGUSON,
$: Watchmakers and Jewelers,
DEALERS IN .
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla
ted Ware,
,0o SECONVD ST., (OLD POST OFFICE,)
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
Jan. 12, 1870-ly.
d G at RedLiction in Pricos 1!
-BY
J,. M/. CRLAŽ rTrL,,
li AUCTIONEER and COMMISSION
'lifERCHANT,
GER Front Street, Opposite Town Wharf,
ALEXA.NDRIA LA,
TAS just received a large stock of
I Ladies and Gentlemens fournish
:ing goods, ready made clothinig,
last . Boots,
Chrk Shoes,
H'UR- Hats,
Swill Cutlery,
12 M. and Notions
ti. Which hIe offers at reduced prices and
will sell on MONDAYS and SATUR
dS, DAYS at
.A. TT T I 0 lbT
gents .p The highest price in casa paid
"dex- or liberal advances made on Cotton
s and rid HiLdp.
-nmpt Consignments for sale at Anction
-tf. solicited. ', jan I--tf.
Established 1858,
-DEALER INI-"
Fine Watches, Jewelry, Clocks,
aster Specta.les, etc.,
icket Ice I-outsEs E-otel,
every TIAS just returned from New Orleans
Ps.1 with a select stock of the' above ar
tices, which he wrill sell at ofity prices.
* All articles guaranteed. Ne bognesjwelry
or articles kept my establishmeut. :"
I Engraving neatly executed, and
wal and clock repairing d&us in .he
bestmanner. [oe 20.-bYT
oflool House For Rent!
I WILL RENT A SCHOOL HIQUSE for
Sthe purpose of 1eachig Children nu
der TWVELVE years, on liberal terms .
HENRY ST. JOHN.
ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS AL]
I. C. MILLER,
r N ST., I
• ALEXANDRI, LA.,
pthe
LY.0 and SHEET IRON WORKS, keeps
Scostndy on hand an assortment Alf- e
AFRONT ST.,AT FOR
ICLEXAND B ROTHERIA, LA., Jar
iCharter Oak CTITIo O COPPi R, TIN
ýP L n. d 4114 SHEET IRON WORKS, keeps
e, whichttly he keeps hlway on hand.ort t
COOKING AND IEA TI C STOVES. FI
Jan. Or.ir for 6war-t , rf. pairing of gutters .e
et;s d pipes vill r.:eive promipt attenitioln. CFli
-AL'O . G'EST FOB-Y BA
--Clex :Iria, A.D
Charter Oak Cooking to ves,
wh frie keeps always on hansph d.
TERMS CA E3
patronage 13bestowed on his house d pes
E. & 'S. WEll t retail
counts and n Wholesale and Retail
-SHOES.RC HANTS, ETC.,A
All of whih we will disposEE, at
Aiaexal .r1a, L a -
W E BEG LEAVE TO INFORM TIHE
small pfriends and patrons of Joseph -N'.
that we have purchased his entire inter- F]
est and contents of his store on Front
, street, and will carry on the hihest mame uder
the above style.
Joseph for Wel is ton, or mkfakl for the libereral ada
La patroage Ibetowed on his 81ouse and opes
to- his successor will sha TOre equally well.
li. c,. that he ssumed all the liaed wilth a
--and-
tie y aref t the late fir t an m.all ost iof ac
contrve and notes ctst the lade to them. p
- We will continue to keep in our store
cverything in our line. Our stock con
siston of- bodies.
DRHeY GOODS, GROCERIES, ty
HARDWARE, TINWARE, or
Et CROCIKEIiYWARE, BOOTS, 01
SHOES. HATS, ETC.,
All of which we will dispose of at very
small profkinds, ad offers them t the market
o ArsWe wibut sell pevery the inghest ar
price for cottok or nsistske iberl advanoes
Jan. ls. 1569-tf.
WILLIAM MILLS, ,
SDANOUNCE TO dsHE PU
1ie, that he is now supiplied with a
full assortmentill, of-reh
? Poplis, Alpaca, all
-colorand-shades,
this Cr~ 31~n e tB.
tori
They are of the latest Gai most improved and
patterns, are AIR s IGHT ud will pre- It
serve and sirotlkct te DEhirD, ad are pars,'
tisslarly designed for the safn'hose transport
tion of bodies. l
He solicits, as of old the patronaice of cs.
tIn short pblic.
July th, 15669-tf.
St Frry, a large, fine andes!
Talow ad ver ty faorable rates. leoflre
HiMR stock coist. in prtSULLIVA. of
LEXAN, Dress Goods, LA,
l ducementa to th LasiFren of h apides,
Pain the aPsortment of her c, a ell td in
person, ofan ades, Hos
CE,) dies' finest Gaiters and
Slippers CLOTHINGknSit
andSilks, Ribbonderlirts; and other fancyLadies'
.and fashionable goods. .
ION Alex - Oct. 10, '66-tf.
sandall Pper and Brdering
MIRE CREEN STER PA,
E Ar now per-on large n ffer rare in
. cNails u~t to th proper id l vasints,.
in the asiortmeut of her stock, aelcHted iJ i
lUT.w, r~~~.letn tuckc ST. JOH -t
M .o8 I noSE'NTAL. MIRES ROSEN IIAL
I. WITIA Ii H O. M
t VE REMOVED TO THEIR OLD
J.L'stand on FRONT S'TREET, opposite
the New Town Wharf. where they will be
pleased to. see .heir old. friends, customers
and tie public generally., Wo Will keep
coustantly on hi ud a cotnplete ausortmen tof
DRY GOODS, I
OROCERIES, -.
CLOTHING..
BOOTS,
SHOES, Etc.,
which will be disposed of at the lowest
CASH PRICES.
Caish advanced on cotton or bought at
the highest market price.
t- PGIVE US A CALL.. S
Jan. 6.'69-tf.
'" NEW FAM4LY GROCERY t
-THE UNDERSIGNEDl has opened a
FAMILY GROCERY S.1BE on
S* FRONT STREET, opposite the Ferry, where
rs hie will keep always on hand, at the
a. Cheapest Cash Market Rates.the best anid
Freshest Groceries:
BACON,
SU.JAlfS,
TEAS DR,
JELLIES,
JAMS,
ALEP,
FB UITS,
TOFFEE
RICE.
In the establishment he has put a PA]
BUTCHER'S STALL and will keep and
retail at all hours of the day and night,
/, FRESH BEEF,
VENISON,
MUTTON,
PORK, of
r -AND-
) A VARIETY OF WILD GAME!
N. B.-The wantsofSteamnboatsspecially
attented to. P
jan29-tf. JACOB IRYING. FA
MRS. MULCAHY,
MILLINERY AND LADIES' FASHI Ex
IrE IONABLE STORE,
er. FRONT STREET, ALEXANDRIA,LA HI
nut
der
iral
ac
ore s(
on [ONNETS, Ribbons, Silks, Triummings,
SLaces, Gloves and all and every varie
ES, ty of Ladies' Furnishing Goods consta~itly
a on hand, and received weekly from New
Orleans. PRICES MODERATE E
[C., July 17, '67-tf.
0 LOOIK IERE!! W!
ces.
SECOND STREET,
, CORNER BELOW TOWN HALL
SJ 0 N A S ROSENTHAL
rIS jst home from New Orleans, where
I he has given 1Hrsonal attention to the'
selectia aw,,l ,urchaso of t large, fine tb
:-ad varied stock of-
Dry Goods and Family Groceries.
CLOTHING.
BOOTS,
SHEIfS,
HARD WA RE,
WILLOWWARE,
CROCKERY,
TINWARE :
wed and merchandizes, wares and notions in
pre- his line.
par- He'invites a call from the public, being
orts- satistied he can till the bill..
Cash advanced on cotton and other
e of country produce, or bought at the highest
market price
a- WALK IN! ii
October 6, 1869-tf.
ET,
nodTl HE undersigned announces to the
JL public that1e is now ready to sup
ply the wants of the community with the
new PATENT SELF-SEALING COMBI
NATION CASE AND CA$K.ET, a very
arket great improvement over compositions gen
affr .rally used. His arrangem are per
feet and complete in that e, and the
pnhulic tmay rely on being supplied at all :
times. His rates are reduced and the a
cheapest in Ra:pides
PATRICK KELLY, J
March 17, '69-1tf. Undertaker.
-IŽOTTIOE] I
T HE PEOPLE OF RAPIDES PARIS I
Sare hereby notified that I will be pres '
ent at the following Precincts at the stip- I
ulated dates given below. for the purpose
of the collection of Taxes, anid taking the
11assessment of all parties, therefore I warn
all parties that aire subject to .assessnment
1 call or that are indebtpd for Taxes. to meet
play me there punctually anid without fail pre
pared tor both branches.
Springhill 13 and 14 May.
Hineston 16, 17 and 18? May
Ten Mile, 19 and 20. May.
s ! Lamourie, 6i and 7 May.
Lecomiite 9th May.
Cheneyville 10, 11 and 12 May.
S Aunnacoco, May 22, 23 tnd 24.
Conrad, May 35 and 26.
Cotile, May 27 and 28.
- Bayou Rapides, May 30th.
Dennis 8Smith's, June 1st.
George A. Wise's June 2d.
t1lolloway's Precinct June 4 and 5.
MICHAEL LEQRAS.
April 27. tf
NOTIOE.,
- m HE UXDE1ESIGNED WOULD
Sreslectfully inform their friends
and the sugar planter generally of the
Parishes off lapides an4 Avoyelles,
that they are now prepared to set or
SEC- repair kettles and boilers in the most
approve4 style and best workmanlike
LA. marner, :
H aving hadl 26 years experieuop in
re in- this line of lusiness. they feel eatisfqed
ipiles, that they will render satisfaction, and
ted in will guarantee that their work will be
better, and by their style of setting
boilers, economize more fuel tlan that
of any dther Mason in either Parish.
SS Best of rferenoes'8 , if equire.
.,nc 2. GU. ES SKITU 4 $(Z
fc January 12; 1870-tf.
son.&- B0T AND ShOE MANUFACTUflMl
.ADIEl AND G lNT[ M jN,
.. Pl- l" ,... rps~g o e itas
T -,./..ac.a,.
I~~~ PLRLO S aWRS--_J~8
'MISCELLAN i U8.
E. d. TAIT. "G', . LA KY
MEDICINES
--BY
TAIT & LANEYH
-AT THE
Well-Known Staeid
-OF
S. K. JOHNSON, Ar
FRONT ST.,
ALEXANDRIA,
-:91o:- B
W HERE they have jest opened a new
and complete assortment of
DRUGS,
CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES, BI
PAINTS,
OILS.
VARNISHES.
DYE STUFFS,
a PAINT BRUSHES, GLASS. KEROSINE
d OIL, LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS. ('
WINES AND LIQUORS
of the best quality, for medicinal
purposes only.
PEF UMT ME 7Y :
OFANCY TOILET FOAPS,
COL( NE WATER,
a Extracts for the handjkerchief of
every variety,
,A HAIR PREPARATIONS, .COS
METICS, COMMrS AND
BRUSHES of ev
ery kind:
Books and Stationery: PI
CONSISTING OP
SCHOOL BOOKS,
p, BLANK BOOKS,
LETTER, NOTE 0
&CAPPAPER
ENVELOPES, SLATES,- PEN
CILS, PENS, COPY BOOKS,
PLAIN AND SET,
with every article usually kept to
complete the stock.
L I The business will be con
ducted by Dr. W. C. TAIT, who 2
L will give it his undivided atten
tion.
r L Particular attention given to
me the compounding of prescriptions I'
AT ALL HOURS.
* February 10th, 1870-tf.
in
her
HEYMAN & LEVY,
CEENETVILLE,
I AVE JUST MADE A LARGE: VA.
1 ried and carefully selected addition
to their stock of
IDry Gt-hoods,
Clotlitxizg I
Sallnmade to special contraet add order in
thNew York and Philadelphia.
iStee I..;1 8
rery I ats,
ten- Tinware, Woodware, Willowware, Crock
per- ery and Glasesware.
t all C~ , .E3 2D R I S -
the an immense stock forPlantation and Famn
ily use: Wines, Liquore, Syrops, Jaesa,
Jellies, Pickles. Sauces, etc.
_ &1WWA IbD R W TaELh
In thi's linei more than ever, planlteirs and
151 mechics will find our stock ample for their
pres wanti
stip- SUGAR, MOILASSES, COTTON, HIDES
Rarn COUNTRY PRODUCE,
eut of all kinds, purchased or bartered for, at
neet I the higheetmake price.
pre' With sincere thanks for the veryliberal
patronage already extended to our house.,
waeontinue our efiorte.to please and zx
tedid all facilities to our cuatomers. COMFE
AND SEE US.
Septeniber d, 186l-tf.
C A.nn Il? !
announce to
the citiseds of
Rapfides Parish
1ad othere that
trade in Alex n
5. dria, that.hpve
a5 enlarged liy
stopk of Glods,
and am prepared
to fnurnish my patrons with a gooa: article
and at regular prices, and will pledge nmy
FL self that I will not offer an inault totheir
enas good sense by offering to sell an article
f the under cost with a view of mlalkiug it up on
lles, tlher. My stock eqisiste of
Dt or 1) GOODS, - GROCERIEs,
most HARDWARE, TINWARE, .
slike QUEEf)(WARE,
BOOTS, S14R8, HTS, GENTS' CLOTH
( in ING,
ed and all other artioles usually. kept i" a
and VarietyStora .:
1 be I will pay the highest market prie for
ting cotton, hides and other eountry proedioe,
that I am bUliuial for pist favors and sollet
ish. a contDianse. Give mie ac.eall-'you will
ti nd me at theold place, betwpsn the-tw
*waseu 98pepsitethe 4t llud,
__ a 'rdh 9tbhl, lu t1 -
IBME R wiebii tkelz · rt their
ea~l'go*s ed, see 4(yaby
wlqt an s o bthis rese
Metr e!ijy, M' tou
IRO
!: . .. x ,3, .I . - . 1-
Bla(
HENRY ST. JOHNl
Alexandria, La.
Ai
The following List is a portion of the Poc
SArticles made by H. ST. JOHN. and will
be found on trial,well worthy of patrage.
ST. JOHN'S
B XP EC T 0 R A NT'S T B-RUP,
w NOR. I,
COUGHS, COLDB,
LEV
Bronchitis Pains in the Chest, &c.
P
ST. JO"S'* com
Compound Syrup of the Hypopnosphites. ri a
FOR ml
CHEST COMPLA'T8. WEAK. UIT~G8#. Lou
imp
ST. JOHN'S.
A, Ap Excellent Preparation for
)f BPRAINS, BB UIETZ , Pro
Sweeings, ThAeusmatm, oc. -
CONCENTRATED ESSENCE OF
JA. i- I C4 GING ]1,
r PREPARED FROM THE FINEST ROOT.
" T8. JOHN' .
OREOa. E HAIR OIL.
a
,.
CAMPHORATED CHALK
TOOTET POVEDER
ANTISEPTIC
lo DE -N ',' I I I""F' .E.
CONDITION POWDERS,
to
n Improve the General Condition ot the
RBenders His Skin Clear and Glosay,
is Excellent When of His Feed.
SOLUTION
of TSE
OITRATE OF MAGNESIA,
An AgreeabieRefrigerentand Laxative.
SUGAR OF LEMONS E
V For Making
oion
At any Moweat
Iu. 17~E ~A ' . = . , , :- . : J..
cr P£8,.aamu. Fronomv, ai -:
cEiv at aN ' th .irompt and earqful
D'pr ,,,ose. B -, T. , .f,-. r
.. -.
Id DATENT M]CIDF NEB. Naly every
r .Artcle 3o the kind kept on hand oonG
' stsntly.s
afteatIogs, XediU naheles. Medica sa
kept foer sleHN. warte genle, ST oat C
a Id OLXI a_. _ Bd Scr__ an_ al
h TLn Ctreings.a e
CONCltTRATED LTE, Wnahlag t
dPC, Blueing, Laontosug Stpos
OO edd, duleaS ales.Mda Sa -
Colt's and ebmington's B~olveri-, TColb's
Shot Pouahee, Irimupedcl Tipi ,ima .atows,
i e Baen e 9:·l .
.lrt ad .oo ... . o -.
eall CreaTm T ., NSHES, "Osa.ndti , I
n Striong o G>s. i
ONNTlosr. d JLYEe. WshiiPrn kb
iand andBrh res
I.~tttttttt~~~~~~~~-~;on. JCb~m5O `~~:~~
IROil AKD
ra -.t'~-r'Cl~
Blackemith audtig
68 mad 491 4)S =.std:
Port, TbtI~ District,
'bspaiuu of.Stettm
qi ps and ShipdRgthIq
ed to.
Address Olin Box 249, New .°
Post office. "=3':
WITBIJY t ji[:P
TNVENTORAMD .PA
LEVER AN ft oý1ma
comfort and
by xis short ox
miration of the` . '
Also solo FKI4 =:
c. Lowaianf t t
Jobusouti P, " ?iFt
improve'ment
r" wbsn rtuMr rn
93 BAem . .esitpt 0> ew
Jaon. Y-la *aý
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