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WILMINGTON, THURSDAY, »OT. 83
Th« Flection Dsy Riot. j
The flft.t prisoner ane-'.ed ou suspicion of
trniug coocorne 1 iu tto flection day riot at
the Third ward polls escaped by reason of
me Insufficiency of the ovklenee connecting
him with the affair, aided by a reasonably
trotig alibi, but his trial resulted In a rela*
lit n, under oath, of all the eircumstai.ces
I.at terminated In tuch a fearful outrage
upon the poace and order M the community.
The Republican journals of this city, im
medlftcly after the riot, were disposed to
beltUle Its extent and to excusa the law
defying negroesv who were solely responsi
ble ior It. The sworn testimony produced
tn Court yesterday, showed conclusively
that the riot was caused by armed negroes
marching to the polls and creating a dis
turbance, and them is ample tesUtnony in
resenre to prove that they were the aggres
sors from first to Lift.
This riot was really on a of the moat, ter
rible affairs that ever happened in this city.
At least a dozen persons were wounded,
soznc seriously, and from the promiscuous
mid reckless maimer iu which the negro
rioters discharged their pistols along
erowded streets the absence of a number of
fatalities seems almost miraculous. It Is a
burning shame and a foul plot upon the police
department of the city that although nearly
Ihre« woeks have elapsed none of the ring
leaders have been apprehended, and the
arrest of one poor wretch upon ärmere sus
picion is the only result of a desire to vindi
cate our outragi d laws, even though a
*' liberal reward lias been ollercd to stimulate
the ofllcers in the performance of their plain
duty.
Mayor Wales, thus far, has done but little
to rcQommeud his administration lo the
public favor, but he has
port unity to partially redeem himself by
bringing these murderous election day
rioter* to justice.
excellent op
1 30 ANOTIIKIl COLUMN WO publish the
rtatement of W'illlam J. Maxwell, ex-Chief
of Folicc, iletalling the ci re unis ta nc« 8 of
the visit of Peter S. Blake ami another
er-lorctl man named-Shot'kley, to his house,
In relation to Blake's arrest for keeping a
(.'ambling house, at the instigation of Bhoek
1-ey, and the Utter s subsequent attempt to
pervert the interview into
part of Mr. Max
tlruw his charge,
ment, which is pi
effott on the
1 to iu Juce him to with
Mr. Maxwell's ktute
and direct, Is vastly
different from the i tttcrauco of the drunken
negro In wliieli the morning orguo xeeius
lo have planed so muen reliance, and con
aeloua of his iniiocenee 01 tiie charge so un
Jnstly brought against^liim, he pro[x>ses to
seek a vindication at the hand* of tiie law.
PlTTSBUnO IRON MANUFACTURERS, Who
good position to know the exact
state of the iron market as any othera en
gaged in the business, «lo not 6hare the
gloomy forebodings of some of the other
workers.
are iu
Their views
given else
where, and one of them, if will
Le seen, gives a statement calculated
u> make it appear that the
great outcry of the Bessemer steel inanu
facturera In simply a "trick of the trade,"
to cover the enormous profits they have
been making out of the recent high prices.
They will not be likely to stop production
as long as there is a chance to make money
by continuing in operation.
TnR Smtrn
Time *, usually fair and im
ms to strangely misconstrue the
partial,
course of the Gazettb rince the election.
We hasten to assure it that we are perfectly
willing to "g«» to the root" of the out
rageous frauds pract **:d iu this county, und
will only flrga the legislative measures ncees
•ary U» plainly d» tine the duties of
our Bo
rdsof Ciuiv
id prevent Iuhj>ee
ing the will of
• ing «'Ut t «al lots upon
daibiiity. We hope this
«•Uy »atifffactory
h-*rs i f Elec.tlon fn.*m
p'f-nlo by thi
tto
i
•pr
Stplab
'! P n
pi-1
to ror resj
I temporary.
DevPjte IT8 RECE.fT crushing defeat the
"Dover junta" is still defiant and now pro
poses to "move on the enemy's works," by
deposing Port Collector Thompson and In
ternal Revenue Collector Mc I u tyro and
phtcipg them by officials of the true Stalwart
type If they will or, If wait until the Dem.
ocra tic. Congress meets th»*y vt ill be saved
all trouble as far as Collector McIntyre is
concerned by the abolishment, of the entire
rytom of internal revenue taxation and the
marquent retirement of all the noble
patriots now engaged in collecting national
taxes from the people.
John W. Gaisrett, yesterday, nia«le the
■ ■nott nee ment, in a public spewh delivered
at Baltimore, that tb
r Atlantic cable
project, la which, the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company is deeply Interested, will
x«or be consummaG'd, the necessary capi
tal having been subscribe«! by European
American capitalists. This will not only
««•cure a thoroughly independent telegraph
1 ne to England, but will undoubtedly effect
a considerable redu 'Mon in the present high
rate of cable telegraphic tolls.
•1
The news thief at Third and King
rt eels roturned toits old habits yesterday
afternoon, and announced the death of
TUorlow Weed by stealing from the tele
graphic
pnp« rs. Evidently Hersey is losing his grip
*'old man Vernon and the boys" and
cannot altogether restrain them from this
dishonest pn ctlce of stealing news.
It mat be possible for the police au
thorities to endure the bad acoustic pro
pe.rttcs of tha City Hall auditorium, but
they will please remember that theOAXHTTE
warned them of this serious delect before
they incurred the expense of fitting it np for
pelle* court purposes.
»lümns of the afternoon
Th* death «pTwilow Wiro remover
the >aat of the olil editor« who were a poeti
cal power Id ibelr day, and rtlegatee ex
clusively to the I»gw of history the time«
when Webb, Prentice, Weedj Greeley and
Raymond were the great moulders ef politi
cal oplulon in thi* country. He tired to see
the decay of the old political organ, and to
witness its raenring Into the newspaper of
the present day, with Its influence not
solely exerted in the* direction of party
fealty, but deroted to securing
the blessings of good government for the
whole people. Since he laid down the
editorial tripod he has seen a now order of
things spring up in the newspaper world,
and had he been vouchsafed health and
vigor instead of weaknose and disease, dur*
lug the last few year a. of his life, be would
have found himself the veriest tyro in
modem newspaper labor, despite his past
experience of nearly half a century.
Old readers of the Gaiett* remem
ber Mr. Weed as a power i*
politics forty years ago, while
our present friends will long have pleaalng
recollections of the Interesting political
remfnisceucea he contributed to the columns
of this paper during the past summer, and
which were probably about the last efforts
of bis journalistic life. He was a man of
sterling merit us well as great ability, and
few ot the newspaper readers of the present
generation will fail to pay a mental tribute
to his high character and honorable career.
The New* York Sun reads a sharp lecture
to the Judges of our State courts for a flip
pant remark hi relation to the alleged super
fluous whipping of n thievish negro, un
justly attributed to them by an Associated
Press dispatch. The Sun should know that
while our Judges are strict and Impartial
they are also honest and humane, with a
full knowledge of the real dignity of their
stations, and would not demean themselves
by frivolous observations from the bench
upon a charge which, if true, would be a
matter of serious consideration.
CURE* FOR CUHPULKRCK.
Th« Only Safe ami I'mcftCAble Methods
of Reducing Obesity.
I Toronto Globe. 3
The disadvantages of a redundancy of
adip<*o tissue are so obvious it is not sur
prising that the attention of medical men is
at length being directed diligently to the
subject. Until the now celebrated Banting
issued the work which constitutes bis sole
title to fame, the idea of curing what is in
reality a disease by a regular dietary was
hardly thought of. The vulgar nntiou that
tut people are not necessarily or natur
ally great eaters has of course been long
discredited among intelligent people.
Although excessive fat may result from too
free indulgence in certain Muds of food, it is
Just as often due to other causey
animait , a« a rule, flesh is made in pro
portion to the amount of nourishment con
sumed. while among hliman beings it Is fre
quently tiie cas«* that a fat man is an ab
stemious cater, and a thin, cadaverous per
an inordinate one. Temperament,
hereditary and other causes often exercise a
greater influence than the food supply.
Nevertheless, although corpulence may not
be caused by excessive eating, It may fre
quently, though not always, l»e cured by a
strict observance of dietaiy rules, in con
nection with abundant exercise. Both the
quality ami quantity of food absorbed are
of importance. While avoiding starvation,
the quantity of ailment taken should be as
limited as will preserve the patient in
health and satisfy the wants of nature.
The more recent physiological authorities
are disused to consider the greater portion
ofsthe fat deposit us probably the product
of the decomposition of the albumen In the
food, although some of the fat eaten is
directly deposited in the tissues. In follow
ing out a system of diet for the reduction
of corpulency, the avoidance of butter,
cream, fats, sauces, pork, pastry and other
specially fat producing viands is iiisittcd
on, while milk, bread, eggs, potatoes, beef,
mutton, sugar and rice should be taken of
but sparingly. Btqr und strong liquors are
tabooed, ami tea and coffee, with little or no
milk and sugar, may be taken. Mr.Bantiug,
who followed out a strict dietary for a year,
reduced his weight from 2U*J pounds to 15ff,
d bis circumstance b> 12' 4 inches; but
few of those who followed his example
re successful to the same extent,
is no question, however, that any one who
is williugto adopt the severest regimen men
tioned Miid take rugular
materially reduce his weight and size.
Home mineral wntrrs of a euthartic nature
times employed with favorable rc
Another remedy which has lately
come into vogue Among men in London—
the fairer sex having long practiced it
everywhere—Is the wearing of tightly-laced
corsets, which is said to have proved suc
cessful in many cases. As to the patent
preparations .«old es protective* of this
habit of b«riy,Jt is asserted that they
not merely worthless, hut positively danger
ous, ut least one death having resulted from
their use.
With
There
exercise can
suits.
iLtnerNon
sway's Fmrrjon
tli® Origin of Kxil
Home an«l Abroad, j
used to call the problem of evil
as no problcm.to Erne
What
lie told me it
had been made clear to him when he first
curne to a perception *>f the law of develop
nt in nature—"from the f-|>onge up to
Ilereulefc," to remember his phrase of 1835.
The fact lay in that phrase, "arrested devel
opment." There Is no evil in nature, iu th-*
thcoiogic vgnse of evil ; each organization is
li; for its own purpose ; but when it is not
tit lor mine I call it evil.
Cat is evil to
-e. If the obstruction Is of higher or
jfunixatinn than the obfitruetor, he erects his
Htan lard of good, and svliaterer ix contrary
to it he protiouuccs bad. Development is
show;-in the degree of approach to that;
all that falls short or the riamlard is arrest.
Immortality m
short-comings'
stan«lanl Prisoufi
development*. This phenotnen«
in nature was popularly called the devil.
But since tM*. devil was adopted by theology
he, has become a name for some good things,
as one calls him "Ll
can* peuple living out Ihelr
coming, short of the wk-!»I
are a.ylums for arrested
of arret
great second beri."
Wo Deni in llutu, Cups
hlveljr.
Ail our attention, time and facilities for
businesa transactions are wholly devoted to
this one brutmh of trade, and we are, there
fore, ena'ji. «1 lo offer unusual advantage to
all buyers. K. II. Rumford «V lire 104 Mar
ket street.
mi «I F
Kxcln
•Dim I' I
1
ipn and Tar.
CL
Ion 'I
According to the correspondent of a trade
journal, It. is a mistake to hnppo.se that fruit
is absolutely neesasary to tho manufacture
of preserves. lie describes a visit to a large
Jam-pioducing factory, in which be found
that the work was bring bravely carried
without the ai l of fruit at all
various kinds were being produced before
his eyes—currans, plum,strawberry,apricot,
raspberry and gooseberry. Yet neither cur
rant, plum, strawberry, aprieot, raspberry
nor gooseberry was in the building,
nips served the purposes of the fruit,
flavoring matter was extracted from coal tar
and tho resemblance to rasnherry and straw
berry jam was further produced by mixing
the boiling compound wi?h small seeds of
some cheap innocuous herb. A common
form of sugar is used and this is the only
holiest ingredient of the mess. '
serves are offered as made from
ton's fruit."
on
Jams of
1 ur
Tho
These pre
"thia sea
"llucliiipaiba.'*
V^uick, complete care, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder uud Urinary disoxses. $1.
Druggists.
For weak längs, spitting of blood, shortness
of breath, consumption, uight sweats and all
llngerlngcoughs. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical
•Discovery" is ft sovereign remedy. Superior to
( sod liver oil. By druggists. mitt
jontr wa wa ma h «vint.
j'O-DAT
John Wanamaker's.
-If.
Thursday, Nov. 23.
Now, although we are as busy
as we can be in the goods we're
going to talk about first,never
theless we talk, because the
time is ripe and the opportu
nity short.
Furs—Not your furs, but
ours. A long time ago we
told you that you had better
bring yours early,if you wanted
any changes made in them,
We're past that subject now,
except to say that we can't af
ford to make repairs and alter
ations, but that we do it when
necessity says we shall.
Now, no matter how busy
we are, is the time when you
have the whole winter before
you; the time when furs are
worth more to you than at any
time later. It is the time,
therefore, if we can bear the
pressure, to direct your atten
tion to the subject.
There are two things to say.
Everything is ready now; and
everything is going to lie ready,
whenever you are ready to buy.
So you lm'fe your choice : buy
now and use all winter; or buy
later and use half the winter.
Second, about costs. Some of
you are thinking whether you
can't save money in the price
by losing the use of the
furs for a half-season ? No
body knows for certain. We'll
tell you what we think. We
think the poorer sorts of seal,
Lobos Island and Cape skins,
may fall a little, if the winter
should prove an open one; but
that Alaska skins, and all good
seal fur on fairly large skins,
will hold their own, weather or
no weather. In other words,
seal garments oflow price now
may be a little lower before
spring; and seal garments of
medium and higher price now
are certain not to be lower.
Few sorts of merchandise have
been steadier for several years
than good seal; and there is no
sign of a change.
W e use in this country the
choicest seal in all the world;
and, no matter where the seals
are caught, all the world goes
to London for its seal, on ac
count of the superiority ot Lou
don dye. So, in the London
trade-sales one can buy what
ever grade he pleases out of
the seal catch of the world.
There is where we got our seal;
and w e buy, almost wholly,the
choicer and the choicest skins.
The lowest price we have in
seal coats is $150; and they are
3C> inches Jong and, all hut two
or three, of Alaska seal. We
have almost none of the seal
that we spoke ot above as liable
to fall. Having said this about
low-price seal, of course, we
have an abundance of the finest
seal.
1303 Chestnut.
Dress-patterns of serge small
plaid with silk and wool gar
nitures of the same with broad
damasse stripes cost more than
$12. Selling for $(?.
Look out for such bargains
now. But there'll he no better
than this.
JOHN WAN AM AKER,
JOHN WANAMAKER.
>tith« nst from center.
Tlilrd rlrrl«*.
Fancy plushes of
many colors, not much of
a great
any
one sort, at $2.50; $4 plushes.
Not remnants. If you like the
patterns, they are very,
cheap. If you don't
use them for linings,
eheap anyhow.
very
you can
They're
„ „ JOHN WANAMAKER.
lleyona outer nlrcle, Houtlicast from
center.
Just such an arrival of Duch
esse and Duchesse-and-Point
laces, as they came awhile ago,
has come again; collars, fichus,
vests, scarls, jubots and by the
yard.
It is not so old a. thing for
whole stocks of laces to
direct from the makers into
retail store of this village that
it should attract no notice.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Third circle, southwest from
COme
a
center.
JOHN WANAMAKER,
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New
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atrd intermediate etatlona-S.IOa. m
p. m.
Drtmar and Intermediate stet lens-0.10 s. ».
l.OSp. B.
BUNDA1 TRAIN*.
Philadelphia and Intermediate station»-*. 10a.m.
12.00m: 4.30. 7.25. 9.66, p. in.
Philadelphia and New York-5.00, 19 a. ». 117,
0.1* r.lsp. ».
Baltimore «nd Washington—1.4* 4.51, *0* 0.17,
a. m. 11.04 p. m.
Baltimore-1.01 a. tn.
For further Information pauenften are re
ferred lo the time table« posted at the depot.
••"Trains marked thus: (•) are llulted express
upon which extra fkre Is charged.
J. I. WOOD, General Passenger Aft.
CH AB. K. PUGH, General Manager"
8TKAMHHIV T.IXKH.
QHANGE
OF TIME !
FOR PHILADELPHIA AT 7 A. M.
ON AND AFTKIt MONDAY,
OCT. Win, THK MTKAMKR
SAMUEL M. FELTON
n
44
will leave French street wharf at 7.00 a. m., Hook
at 7.50 a. m. *n4 Chester at S.in n. in. and re
lu ruing leave* riiiladelphla at t.»i p, tn.
Faro from Wilmington, 15 t-eni*: excursion
tickets26cents. From llook er <1ie«W*r. 10cents:
excursion tickets. 15 cents. Ticketo will hr sold
on the iKMit good to return by thel*.,W.A B.R. K.
on sceomni«Mlation trains ouir, to Chester, 36
cents: I. In wood (llook), 40 cents; Wilmington,
Si) conta.
J?OR NEW YORK.
Electric Line ot Steamers
Balls from King street wharf, Wilmington,
TU Kb DAYS.
THURSDAYS
*
and SATURDAYS,
•k, p. m., and and from Flur 1*
East River, New York,
MONDAYS,
at 2 o'cloc
WEDNESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS,
at 4 o'clock, p. m. Freight carried as low
as bjr any other line. For rates
apply to
ABIEI, ABBOT. 5.1 South street, New York!
E. ANDREW». Wilmington,Del. 5-3-tf-*
^NCHOR UNE.
UNITED »TATE» MAIL »TEA MER»
ball Weekly to and IVom
NEW YORK and ULABGOW, via LONDON
DERRY,
Cabin Passage, «*> to «30. Returns «110 to «14C
ttoeond Csbln, «40. ltuturn Tickets, «7*
Cabin poMunirers booked at low rates
Passenger accom minutions are unexcelled.
Stateroom* on Main Deck. Passengers hooke«
at lowest rates to or from Germany, Italy
Norway, Hwedcn, Denmark, Ac.
For books of "Tours In Hcolland, "rates, plans.
Ae„ apple to IIKNIikrmin HKirlTIKKlJ, n
Y nrk, or ft A M U Kl. K. BK riU Adam. Ex or.
VV llmlncton
AI
CUJL
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DF.LIVK1
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
-or—
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOB FAMILY UHF
—AT TUX—
AT THE LOWEST MARKET HATES !
Ail coal well screened an put in cellars.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH BT.
«Telephonic communication with all paru
or the city. au.u
gOMETHING NEW.
Connellsville Coke I
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with norrcspondlng Anthra
cite »Ixe«, |7.00 per 2,000 pound*.
NO DUST !
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT
■Chas. Warner & Co.,
Market Street Wharf.
-100
T r ICTORY I VICTORY I
▼ GET OUT THE ROOSTER !
Having overcome every obstacle I have
NEW SHOE STORE,
On the corner of TENTH and BENNKTf Street*
Repairing neatly done.
opened a
MO ft TO 1ST.
novl* 2l,22-it-l4
mtfWÊKÊW 9TA*
*V
ior
gUBsowa*
THE SUNDAY STAR.
M
u
ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,
1*
U
OkLT SuNDAT NKWSPAPEk
—i m —
WILMINGTON.
#
All the Local
Telegraphic News 1
Strictly Non-Partisan.
I
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS AN
ADVERTISING MEDIUM,
"THE ST-AR
1)
Is served to subscribers
ronghout the city
early on Sunday mornings at the
moderate price of
TWELVE CENTS A MONTH
AT THE END OF THE MONTH.
.PAYABLE
SINGLE COPIES,
THREE CENTS
ADDHBB8
J. B, BELL
isro. soa kiisto st
ft oujin ~~~~
r **®y Howler y
N" W OOfitti
s - h. STAATS,
No. 405
Marl «t Street
I» '»PESISu
new
KNQLI8JI, FRENCH
a '-M<WT DAI1.1
•<»4 be**tlfni
In
Ottilgni
ANI > GERMAN
FANCY HOSIEli
FOR LADIES, CENTS AN!) MISdte.
WFJ.I,
*l*i
»P«"»« » Urge
SELECTED
STOCK
or
Ladies',
Gentlemen's
"> J CLIlilreJ
Merino Underwear
AT THE VICKY LOWEST
market i|ati
N*w I) TM. Ooo,i,. tic., M ShHrp L
■yyiLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market 8k,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PRICED.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Dtreot from the Importer,
Cloths and Cassiseri
Td. t*r«Mt »took w, lure
on
—Also a full llue of
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
From at cm. to |2,oo per r, r ,i.
WM. B. SHAH
Fourth and Market Sts.
t>Himuin in.
-J^OTICE.
Walt nntll you ice my stock ofTHRIST
MAH GOODS before You buy yo
Rome
have them ready f«
days.
i 1 "
d beautiful design*. \\||
ln*pecUon Inis fc«
Z. JAMES BELT,
Apothccsn,
d Market Stri-eu.
11 EALTli IS WEALTH.
DR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE A N i » B
TREATMENT, a specific for HyiU-rls.
I*4>iivii 1 h lotih, Nervous llesdarh«', Mental Ih
slon. Loss of Memory, MperniHtorrlii|.t, l
teury, Involuntary Keuila-lou, l'rnijiîi
Age, camx'd by orer-eiertlnn, ae|r-nt*i
•ver-lndulgenre, which leads til inlsk)
and death. One box will cure recent aJo
box contains one month'» trestim nt. i 1
a box, or *lx boxes for «5. sent by
receipt of price. We v
cure any oa*e. With « sen
for *lx boxes,
the pu rebaser
money If the
1.1»
uarsi
1
der
:
accompanied with
a written giiarmih *•
to ret
treatment <1
Guarantee l*suen ouiy uy
Druggist,corner Hecond ao
inlngton. Delaware.
It. DAN 'HI
il Market btm-u,
rent.
ole
I ANE «fc BODLEY CO..
G04-D MFDAL
AWAlIPkU
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSmOl
-UX THI
Steam Kmriiie à Saw
EXHIBITED AT ATLANTA If l"'-|
Manufacturers of Hlcam Kurin*;. I 11 '
Mills, Gang Edgar* Lath Marldm'i » i''|
6la«'hiiifry, »halting, Il;uiy*-K 1 l,
t uuplIngH, Gearing, «rim and Hour MUM
Hpaelal ;«tteiith»u given to I'lanlafljiu -i J
cry. t afalogiie fr«-«-.
Lane & BotllcV C
John and Water fits.,
riNt INN 4TI,
I^EEDLE
GAS LAMP
50 Candle-Power
exceeding the light of 3 ordinary tficijub.
headllKhtoll. Pries «3. <*• D- if®*.
parntlw V'lew'' of annual cost <»' ,-rJ, '
terlor lighting, byü "Needle U»
2» coal gas lois fclV. 1 Kleolri« Ll 111 } jl
Itoe prns|N!cfns or G K A N I) AI.« 4
Oplt«ll*ta**oclaU.-s treat« d with,
of fco c. 1». to order. Table Kamt»«
DfSJC.j
W. B. ROBINS
Patentee and Manuhjetun
162 Main Street, (2nd do
and on Change Daily.
CINCINNATI
«nvl 1-601
PROF. MARSTON'S NEW
EVERY
Ü
If
and acquaint
B
form» nnSVin
rras?',,,,
II euilmdlr» »ne i#«*
physic«
Ilf* *tu.1
SHOULD
^:hn
Ill '
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BEAD
HAKMTOfl BEHKBV €0., H* FlUtOiiKt-, 5®
every m.
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of luftsu
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the Calcutta Tea Syndicate
PURE
INDIA
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