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THE Dili) IWEIJMMR
Tuesday, September 5, 1876.
\feuiVF.i) —The pat ifif Mail Steam
ship Company A -teainer City of Pana
W. !i Seabury. commander. arrived
at th.- port ysteaday morning at 10 20
o'clock. saJed from San Francisco Au
/o«it 30th. at 1 o'clock P M . with 31
rabin and 77 steerage passengers; 2*
vjfs of mail; 1 package of treavjre val-
Qo<l at 11.2J6 >W, and •*> C& ; 1 p»rksg'-* of
lifted merrliaadise 40'.> tens On
the first 'lay of Septcmbf rat 'J JO P M
*be paj*se 1 the steamer Dakota, leMind
<J iwii. The first two flays out she
experienced thick fog*. but on the re
mainder of th* voyage, rtn»- weather wae
enjoyed. She arrived at Victoria at
ten oV.'ick on the morning of the 3d
in-t , iitd Tiil'- l for th''S> in l the same
evening The following is her liat of
m«*ctigcni fr the Hound Seattle—<ieo
Moore, F Parton, Mrs K Nntt,(»eo. H
mith, K M H»**? wif< an 1 child. Mr,
llattie M« rwin, an i l'» in the vteerag'-.
Olyiupia I (r Hall, Mr* 1 I) Ale*
ander. ('apt, J S I.t»«on and wif<.
Mi-- F Martin, Harry M irtin, ('h.-4%
Kllis and J II Tarr Taeoma — Jolin
litckev and I M Manche.ater. She
|,r.uglit for Seattle 1,3/2 package*, or
91 >j ton* For Taeoma, 3Vi |iackages,
or 17 15-40 tons, and for Olyiupia,
33H packages, measuring 293 tons
CorniynH* -Seattle Anderaon & Ix>w*e,
\ W Pi|M-r, A \V Mai sou. liovd, Poncein
4 Young. Crawford A Harrington,
Bran A White, Chillierg Iiro«. W'a
(' L Mitc:hell,Clendenin Jfc Mil
lar, Chas KisenVieia, D Rosa, E L Mar
tltali A < o, E M lleih A Co, F Eis»*n
h< r«, F Kftfby, Frauenthal Bros, <*row
Caaaon, llovey A lisrker. Hall A Paul
•on, Mrs Hattic Merwin, J Vergon, J
B'.itt, Jas Parryr, Jaa Mt Kinlev, .1 11
H«nderson, J M Coleman, J F Morrill,
,1 ,\ Miller, Jno L Jamison, Lo llowr;
I, lUinig, Mrn A lilackman, Mr- O M
Raiitou Mrs I, i>oo#lsine. M K»*ith M A
Kelly A* Co, M Olore. M K Madd*>( ks,
MeL«ti|(hlii> A McNauiara, Mrs Lowry,
M J Carkeek, (' Ohltnrir, Pinkham A
Sa*e, Pin< us A Pack#ln*r, Pat Mt lirr
tnott, P I Primr«»s*j, Quong Young
lU-nton, Holmes A Co, Heynoldn. Slorah
A Co, Stetson A Post. Thoe Smith, Tho*
W Frosh, Taklas A lngerman, J Y
Wilson, W Thompson, Wusthoff A
Wald, W A Jennings, W Jenson, W H
>uuth, W II Puuiphrey, Waddell A
Mile*. Win Mcy<mt«utn and Order.
I«an<l«.d at Port Towneend, Henry L.
Til«lails, Esq., Agent P. M S. Co., Pu-
K« t Soun I. Headquarters at Port Town
*«en<l.
A NEW INM STHY.—Mr. J. C. Jam
it *on, of California, who has the right
for this Territory for the manufacture
and sale of heather's artificial stone,
arrived here la»t week, and yesterday
rented Mr Anderson's building at the
f<Hit of Commercial street, where he
will immediately engage in its man
ufacture We called at the place yes
terday, out of curiosity, as we had
heard much at>out the stone, through
our n< hanged, and spent sometime in
examining specimeu«. V\e were mir
pri«<d to ItHtru that stone no hard and
apparently «*» durable could be pro
du> <-d by artificial m»ans It c*u tie
moulded into tlx* most beautiful archi
tecturnl desigus, aud into articles of
domestic use. Among the specimen* we
examined was a quaint and very pretty
mstcli *afe, and a beautiful piece ot
Mattic tiling, representing six different
ou|<>n, which are imfierviouH to the
•Ikts of the weather and water. There
•(ems to !>• no doubt t< at it will even
t tally subserve nearly all the pur
)»««•• for which natural stone U used,
for we are informed that it resists the
action of frost, steam and water, and
is tire proof. It can be uiade any color,
from a bright light gray to a most
beautiful brown, or sandstone The
patent was procured the tith of June
last, by I*. L. Leathers, of Oakland.
California, aud the stone is now being
extensively manufactured and UM*l in
Naii Francisco. Mr. Jauiieson informs
us that Seattle offers unexceptional ad
vantages fur its manufacture, as the
very !>est quality of sand and gravel
can beobtaiued here for a mere trifle.
FINK FBVIT.—A specimen of some
fine red Astrican apples, which were
raised on Mr. Blair's place, at Pleasant
Bay, .«» the East side sf Lake Washing
ton. on trees only three years old, were
laid on our table last evening by Mr
DeMott. They ere excellent specimens
and fully go to prove what this portion
of our Territory is destined to become
a* a fruit producing section. We are
informed by that geutleman that Mr.
lilair has eoroe excellent gra|tes grow
ing and will be ripened in a)unit a
month, and he thinks they will l*c as
good as any California grapes in our
market, lie has, also, some excellent
peach** and plums, and tomatoes which
•re as good as tiie l»est, Mr. Blair has
already sold S4OO worth of fruit from
his place this season, and he is only
commencing its cultivation. Some ax
t twve improvements are g'»mg on in
tSat titration this season, and save ral
claims have been taken up by new com
er*. Oue farmer. Mr. Frencli, is set
ting out tire acres to fruit trees in ad
dition to a large tract already devoted
to that purpose.
A SIHGULAH ACCIDSST. Captain
Hlino. of the bark Jenny Pitts, while
•tending on Hovey <!fc Barker's corner yes
terday foren-v>n engaged in conversation
with s.»ine other gentlemen, thought
lessly put the fore fingera of his right
hand into his vest pocket and com
menced fumbling a large giant powder
°*P- The friction i»f his lingers on the
head of the cap caused it to explode
with considerable fori"* lascerating the
ends ot his fingers f«-artully. tearing
out the pocket and side of his and
burning and brui.»iug a pla«v on his
•ide, a*K>ut the site of the jHjckct Dr.
Caihtain was immediately called to
ttj*» wiHind. and discovered that
th* b>ne of the fore finger al<o*« the
orit jvaut was spliut<r<d badiy, but
*~ ln k» it will h«wl up #:thi>ut making
the amputation of the end of the fiu
C* r Aeceasary The wounds though not
°* * serious nature, ts very painful, and
of the poiswotti nature of
lewder with wt ich the wound w%s
l * Qeces*arily be slow to heal.
felT" Th« Otter will leave here at y
this morning for Snohomish
wiill fc, freight this
rSl' Vl in K received a lot from the
*** Panama
> .IAS.,K —We were informed by
the Parser cf the Panama yesterday,
tha*. tha* •f'-ttiitr will continue to run
on tl»i* r *ite instead of ?.<eing
by the S«l*i<ior, &• wii anrujnnced s
short tune 'ince. The contemplated
change w»s abandoned o«! T a short
time bttjfe tu« ship l-ft San Francisco
but as arrangements had kn mad- U>
put tk»e S alvador >ju this route io her
place. and the a iv» rtiiemetitf had {jecn
changed in the >*n Frtocueo paper* for
that purp 4e, h-r continuanoe on this
route was a surprise to ali We w»-re
also ir.formed that after the loth of
Heptetnber Mr. <»ti* Freeman will quit
tli*.* employ i f the P M. S. 8. Compa
ny as Oi-neral. Agent for Puget Sound,
ari l will be suroaeded by Mr II L.
Tiblial is formerly of I't.rt Townvnl.
This n«ws will bo regretted by many,
a- M r Freeman during his stay here
has male a large number of friends,
who will 1« loth to j>art with surh a
genial and \ w ial gentleman.
STSI'KN I>Kl> —Since last Saturday
oje-rations have b«*n su»|>euded at the
lien ton M tne, for lack of room to «»tore
the product at the bunkers on account
of the nc»n-arri*al of T»-SS«?IS to carry it
away. The suspension, it is thought,
will last only a f» w <lays, as vessels
are expected to arrire s'«>n and clear
out th< gorg» at the wharf in short
order. This sort of hindrance cm
phasize* the oft repeated appeals for
the encouragement of local manufac
tories which would use up the product
of our mines here in this city at a high
price instead of goinjg from here at a
low price to contribute mainly to the
advantage of other towns. We have
here all the facilities and natural ad
vantages ne«d»-d There is no reason
why half th«? manufactures required
on the Pacific < <«tst sh iuld not lie made
here, provided enterprise could l»e in
<lu<-i 1 to take hold and establish them.
ANOTIIKH MAN MISSI.NO.—Mr. Ben
nett L Johns informs us that a man
named Kob« rt Ball left the residence of
the former, at the mouth of the I)u
w:iini>h riv» r, on tlie 15th of last month,
to go to Salmon Bay, expecting to l*»
gone only three day#, hut has not yet
returned, nor been hear! from. He
went in a canoe, having with him a
navy revolver, double barreled shot
gun, tent and some provisions and cook
ing utensils. He is supposed to have
had with him not more than five or ten
dollars. Mr. Johns is uncertain whether
he has lieen foully dealt with, capsized
and drowned, or quietly decamped for
parts unknown. Any person who can
give any information in regard to him,
will confer a favor by communicating
to Mr. Johns, either personally or
through thu postoffice.
DIFLTKICI COURT. —ln the District
Court yesterday a fine of and costs
was iinj>ov*i upon Charles <». True and
A. W. dray for selling lottery tickets;
also a fine of #l.'»o and costs upon Van.
Wild man and J. G Fares u|M>n the
same charge. In the case of the Ter
ritory nr. Williamson, defendant dis
charged and hail exonerated. All
Wan foitn 1 guilty of assault and but
tery. was sentenced to imprisonment
for sixty days. J. M. Col man c». Kel
logg ft. <i/• Motion to stay proceed
ings as to (tarduer Kellogg sustained.
Overruled as to others. Hall r*. Hunt.
Continued for the term Livingston r».
Clayton. Judgment as prayed for.
Matthiss, tf al, r* Benson. Decree enter
ed for foreclosure of mortgage.
n K WORK. We were infortmsi
yesterday that a job had been done at
llulh lie's machine shop last week by
on© of the machinists, Mr. 11. Kent,
which for dispatch si>d good work was
considered something extraordinary
among tbc mechanics. The particulars
of which areas follows: the shaft of
the steamer Teaser, which was broken
last week, was taken to that shop on
Friday at 1 o'clock, and Mr. Kent weld*
ed it. put it in the lathe and turned it
up, fitted it, plained a fore and aft key
way and cross key way. and had it ou
the bout at 9 o'clock on Saturday morn
ing The whole job was done in twen
ty hours, including the time taken to
get it down to the boat.
FKRIOIIT CUANCES The Walla
W:illa pa|N>r« announce a change in
freight by the Walla Walla and Colum
bia Rive i r Railroad Company, as follows:
down freight reduced 50 cents per ton
the present rate being ft per ton freight
to Walla and 50 per ton transfer
charges, making a total of ft 50 to the
wh.irt-b »at. At the same time the com
|»any announces that up freights are
raised to #1 per ton measurement, and
and a transfer charge of 50 cants j>er
ton. The reduction on down freight
amiHiuts to one cent and a half per
bushel, which is just that much !«etter
than nothing. The annual merchan
dise tonnage up to Walla Walla ainouts
to 3,(XM) tous.
TIIK Mastic. The tug boat Mastic
arrived her* last Saturday from Port
Discovery, for the purpoee of repairing.
Yesterday the engineer went to work
taking out the tube* from the condenser
which will be thoroughly cleaned and
nstrwned before they are again re
placed, there will alto be some repair
ing done to the boiler by Mr McKinley,
and sonic extensive repairs on the ma
chinery. and the pump* bored out and
new ru»g« made and refitted by Mr.
Buliene, and -oine other small repairs
made, such a« pointing, cleaning, etc.
The l»oat is now lying at Stone Jt Bur
nett's wharf where she will remain for
the neat two weeks.
F VL<E KEL\)Hr.— Madam Humor was
industriously engag««d yesterday in
circulating the report UJXMI the streets
to the effect that there had been a
nh.».-ting affray at Rentoa F T a while
it was the bailing topic of conversa
tion about the business portion of town,
and caused no little excitement. No
body se* ined to know any m.>r« abut
the matter than thst some one had
b«*it*hot at Ki nton ai) i could not tell
from what aource the report enunated
After a deal of trouble. we finally
succeeded la hurting it down, and
U-arnmg that it was only a canard.
or We are indebted to Mr. John L
Jamieaon for files of newspapers and
magazines, wßich he keep# constantly
on hand
THE P'. JMIL —The funeral of Mr
PK ht was largely attended ye*t*r lay
The services were conducted by the
K*T Mr. Sire*, and the remain* were
interred in the Masonic cemetery. Mr.
Pi'ht »as sen ujt member of the firm
of Picht A Mehlhorn, of this city auJ
has l»een Icing and favorably known on
the Sound. t)eoeawd leaves a wife and
fire children, and his losa will l« sin
cerely regretted by a large circle of
frvmda. He was a German by birth,
ahi.ut V 2 year* of age, and apparently
in good health up to the time of his
death, which was caused by a sudden at
tack of heart disease.
Oo*sa AHEAD. —Workmen were en
y« «terday in laying the stringers
along the S-attle 4 W W. R R. across
the bay. The stringers from the Com
inereial street wharf or it to the western
end of the road will be planked orer.
Mr 11. Russell baa taken the contract to
haul all the lumber, from the mill, re
quired in oompleting the superetrocture,
which will f>e about one and one half
million feet. A new gang of Mongo
lians w.Te taken up yesterday to work
on the at the head of the baj*,
and the Work will be pushed ahead vig
orously
SUCCESSFUL NIMRODS.—Messrs. R.
llusocdl. Surlier and Phillips, of this city,
left here last Saturlav afternoon for
Oak Lake, about nine miles from town,
and returned in the evming with two
fine large deer. They rode down to the
Lake on horse-back, and left their
horsee there and commenced hunting,
and were not out long before their dogs
started two deer. They report having
seen a largo number of grouse in that
locality.
r«r Mr. Otis Freeman. agent of the
Pacific Mail Steamship Company's
steamers, arrived here late last evening
frcru Olympia, ami informed us that he
contemplated tendering his resigna
tion to that company, and informed
tbeiu to that effect, as he expects to
have charge of an opposition line of
steamers which will he put on this
route in a short time.
LAI'.UK CADI*AGE. Yesterday we
were the recipients of a large sack of
excellent cabbages, from Mr.
of Kenton. They were specimens of
some raided by him, and were the finest,
everything considered, that we have
seen this year. One was of mammoth
size, weighing upwards of twenty-five
|>ounds, lieiug solid and well filled.
The public schools re-opened
again yesterday, and the delinquent
school ls»ys, who have been carefully
counting up the days and weeks as they
passed, dreading the time to come when
school would "take up again.'' now utter
a sigh as he passes sleepily along on
his way to school.
ItI'SHIXO. —'They are rushing matters
just now at Bullene's Machine Shop.
The stcaiucrL ively, which has been un
dergoing repairs on her machinery and
boiler, will IHJ off to-day. Some work
is lwing done for the Mastic, aud the
Dispatch is Wing repaired, Iwsides some
other small jobs 011 hand.
The new steam launch, built at
Ban Francisco for tbc U. 8. Coast sur
vey, and to be under the command of
('apt. Ellicott, went out on her trial
trip Saturday, and acquitted herself
nobly, making about six or eight miles
an hour.
Ly We were informed by a gentle
man down from Olympia last evening
that (Jen Pike is cow at that place,
and that his friends are going to take
him on a fishing excursion to-day, and
will give a grand clam-bake oa Wed
nesday.
IT The California Fish Commit
sioners arc planting the waters of that
State with Eastern shad and cat-fish,
150,(XX) "young fry" of the former, hav
| ing been lately turned into the Sacra
mento, at Tehama.
Harry Zimdars has established
himself upon the corner of Washington
and Third streets, opposite the Eldorado
Saloon, where he keeps for sale groce
ries of fine quality, which he sells at
the lowest living rates.
nr The Panama, after discharging
her freight at this place, left last night
for Departure Bay to load with coal (H
rout* for San Francisco.
w The wires l»eiug down. South,
will account for our want of California
and Eastern telegraph newt.
Tin TIMS IS LIMITED.— But a few
days now remain in which to take ad
vantage of the Great Reduction at W.
G. Jamieson's. Until the sailing of
the Panama we will sell our enlarged
stock at oost; watches. $7 50; gold
watches, sls. The beat American
watchea in heavy caae S3O, (regular
price, #45.) W. O. JAMIE&OX.
Mr. Hatch. eollector, will call on per
sons indebted to me between now and
that date.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
The proprietor of the Centenuul
lieer Hall, on Mill street, has just open
ed the largest and fineot stock of liquors
of all kinds, just received per steamer
Dakota to be found in the city. In ad
dition to this choice and newly received
stork, he w ill keep as heretofore the
!>est quality of San Francisco lager.
OYSTERS ! OYSTER* ! Fresh Oysters
will be served in every style fr>*m this
date at the Puget Sound Confectionary
ef.
A Splendid lot of Rodger* Celebrated
Pocket Cutlery just received by the
steamer Dakota.
WCSTHO rv & WILD
tW For a good, cool glass of Lager,
go to the Adelphia, opposite Yesler's
Hall
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
americax norsE.
J McCallisler. Andrew Jackson J A
Jicksoo. John Morjan, Ttcotn* Rich
ard Willioon. Port Gsrable; Th tu*- 11
L-cbwood. J H Henner'.r. S-vrl-; K P
Coojx-r, A J Cooper. Cauf rcia. G
W C Bouym. n. lUt tot; I. I'
Drake, Mm McClelian, Tboniu* Julian,
Thoma» C 'iiner, Olympu; M Kirt
tar. Win Spencer. fcteilacootn. A:: Irew
Howse. Port Blakcly.
NEW ENGLAND.
Miv> Fleming. Michael C -ulter. San
Francisco: Pit Brannan, St. Antb- »r:y:
J II Carker. Yreks; J W Oilier. Kyox-
Tille, Joa«»ph Philip, Snohomish, J H
Andrews > U: W 8 Vnta, 8u
Francisco; E Wil ii-irii-*, P rtlau i; W
Chancer. Tacitus.
MARRIED
tax DYKE—NOKTHrF—In thu city, on Sunday,
the id inst . it the b-ffif of the bride's paresis,
by the Rev Daniel IWley, Mr. r>?» F \»a
Dyke and M:*» Carrie A. Nortfcup, t*.th of Se
attle.
SEATTLE MARKET REPORT.
COfcUCTKD DAILY If 9. MTWTOX * CO.
SkaTTL*. Sept. 4. I#7«.
OolJ in New York. sl.lO V
Currency, here, buying. 90 : ••llins, 91.
Trade dollar*, 90 ; half dollar*, W.
CCBatCTH' DAJLI BT OUWTORD & HJOUUXGTOS
Home Produce
Flour. » bbl 9*' M
Flour, superfine, bbl 300
Wheat. $ totli'l 1 20
Barley, •• 1 *)
Oats, •• 40
Potatoes, " lUS
Onions, '• IjiSwfcl 50
Barley, (feed' $ !b " 2e
Bran. (fe®d). ft ft i\c
Hhorta, (feed), ? lb l\c
Hay H ton 21 <%)
Butter, Fresh Bull fclfc 3l)£ .5
Kkk*|l dozen <o
Crushed Fe«*l V KiO ib 1 uu
Chickens, ♦ dozen 4 in)
Timothy seed, «t bushel 4 50
Bacon lfi«#>o
lard
Wool IS
Hides—Green. salted. culls, S let.* l .
Dri.nl, Pin ; culls, S less.
Nan Fritnrlwco Market.
Sax Famcuco, Sept. 4
Flour—s3 iA<vs 87 H.
* heat—ll Vkh,l suV|.
Barley—Feed at *7 \ ~»2Hr.
Mats—ll 40dvl 75.
Hay—fN^U.
Potatoes—<soc<rf*l 00.
BUY
YOUR
GOODS
CNE*
B
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0
SCHWABACHER
&
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o
THEY KEEP THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENT,
AND SELL
CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHEII
HOUSE
IN THE
TERRITORY
W. 11. PUMPHREV,
Successor to
PUMPHBEY
""■YOUNG.
glooksellerand
Stationer,
UXATIJUD W. T.
THE GREAT REDUCTION
AT
W. G. JAJIIESON'S
WILL
LAST BUT A FEW DAYS LONGER.
1
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*rn mm t 9 P* Cirolcl tM.
y 9 m ££•
(roiiCm Steiii-Wiiifliiis: Watch,
Tlie best American Watches in Heavy Cases S3O
(Regular Price $45)
J
AT
■ww. «». ECiiOX'ii
i
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION. .
Clocks and Platod-ware 15 & 52 Per Ct. Below Cost.
I

MUSICAL INSTRUMENIS AT A GREAT SACRIFICE
AT
Jamieson's Jewelry Emporinm.
GOOD NEWS.
: The undersigned are constantly rectiving by every steamer from San Pranciaco
a large assortment of
CHOICE GROCERIES
And keop constantly on baud
Fresh Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Rye Xeal, Buckwheat
Flour, and Rice Flour, Chicago Hams, Bacon
and Smoked Salmon, Fresh Califonia
Butter,'' Eastern k Maple Syr ips.
County Produce bought and sold. Everything kept by a
sm'i - tiiiijij «>« cma
j Will bo found in our stock [which wo propose to sell cheaper tuan any other
house in Seattle.
All goods guaranteed. Give us a trial and be convinced.
Uvttdi Urlhortl lo all Parla of *kf Clly free of Cksrf*.
FROHT STREET, SEATTLE. W. T.
HALL, if PAULSON,
I
Maiiufa<t«ir*ra of and I>r*lcm In
Our facilities are such as to defy competition.
GIVE US A CALL AMD SATISFY YOURSELF AS TO PRICKS.
Cor rawlil Street, Seattle. W. T.
I
W. A. JENNINGS,
»
V
Wholesale and I»r»!rr in dwMre
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
1
HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE, FLOUR, FEED, AC.
Imported and California Wines,
Foreign ano Domestic Liquors, Cigars anil Tobacco
All Goods Guaranty 1 a* R» Good* Delivered in tbe City Fntb
of Charge
Oommorolal Stroot« Seattle, W- *
MISCELLANEOUS.
MISCEM.AM
AVE it':
Chemical
Paint,
Durable, IkautilViL Wa
terproof. Liiv t
Economic
All Shades iwu\ <
All >t V. . ' • [ ' a.! Vt S.
For s*lo in «. ui.t , .
W. .4. JENNINGS,
DEALtK IX
PAINTB, OILS, GL ISS, 46
Commercial St'.";, s at!**.
WBITA bakgry,
SKATTLi-:, W.
Wm. Meydenb.uu-r, PropV.
MANUFACTTRES AIX KIM - .•(
Ship and Sol. i!S <»a<l
A:
SODA,
ncstc,
nos Toy,
st'O A i:,
MIL K,
FA M Y
ind BHOO-FLY
ci' j., i i'o.
Order* ftlUl t.. all IWKT.s O t< 8 > Sl> at
SHOUT NO TICK.
VESSELS ~FU1? iISHFD
with
Kihi- Drinl II < 7 / Is
Oi» OPPLL. R. R. ' r
liO\<» Sen Voyagfi*
«r Prices IIHHI. I ;t.\
NORTH
mm i
Picht&MelHiioin,
Maiiuf.it r« -
CR mill, I III!Ti ll
V. 1
||ttgcv JpMf
RlflUK BUCt «I (I».> t tf.' 5 til
Pacifli' »ul' 1 '■ -r.
t« r, aiut !•*+(< r lit • r. whit 1 > t>»»
HwbNt taHM BWktl
with any oth«-r l»r< \*i<rj li; " •). V.n
will not W uiul* n«»M
Having tnma*< I thu f i ;• • i! i .'m
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