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JUL* INVBLLMRR.
Sunday, March 7, 1880
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
The mail from California and the
w i|l agsin oomo to us daily ater
the Ist of April.
Berkßoawell Spragua sailed from
San Francisco for Port Qambla on tba
4th of March.
The exit earner Teaser had meets put
io bar yesterday—a step further to
ward the completion of her rig as a
schooner.
A steam-whaler 55 feet long snd 16
feet wide, is being bailt by Whitelaw
at San Franciseo for service off the
California coast.
Mr Birsobfield, book keeper for
Scbwabeebor Bros A Co. of this city,
returned last evening from a three
weeks' run down to San Francisco, and
is again ou doty.
The hull of tbe steamer San Luis,
formerly tba U. S. revenue cutter Liu
cola, bas been sold by the Paeifie Coast
Stssmship Company to Nieh. Bi chard,
of Sen Francisco, who will fit her out
for tba end fishery.
A little fight between two fellows on
tbe lave beds, last Thursday, cast them,
the day after, about thirty five dollars
in floes and eosts,' which, bv order of
tbe Poliee Judge, were divided equally
in payment between them.
Io answer to a letter of inquiry as to
where we obtain our reports of births,
desths and marriages in Walla Walla,
we have to say from tbs papers of
W ilia Walla aloue. We have ao other
source of such information from that
locslity.
The Messenger ley over hare yester
day until past noon, waiting for np>
Sound passengers and freight that
came on the City of Cbaater. After
waiting five hours iu vain she left about
en boar before tbe arrival of tbe ooean
st easier.
Signs arc multiplying on •very band
that the bnildiog season of 1880 will
. Irn folly occupied in tbia neighborhood.
One hundred will not exceed tbe num
ber of new booses that will b« erected
iu King county brfore the year U
gone, tiity or Nrnty of which will be
in this eily.
After discharging freight bore, tbo
City of Chester proceeded, bet even*
ing, by way of Tacsms, to Manaimo,
there to ttbe on a cargo of coal, after
wbicb, ebe will rao down to Victoria
and ibeo go to Sao Franoiaco direct.
Mr Wafer, her gentlemanly purser, baa
placed us under tbe uaual obligations.
Mr Elibtt Johnson, traveling
for Hill'* .Meneal, after a auccessful
three weeks' can ran of Seattle, will
move on down tbe Sound thin week.
He will be in Port Q amble first, and a
week later, or two weeks bence, in Port
Tewnsend. Tbe Mana«l eel Is very
tasily, as so uioellent a work eboald.
FROM BAM FBAMCIXOO.— Tbe P. M
S. 8. Co.'s steamer City of Chester, E
Pelentan, master, sailed from San
Pr»noisco on Monday. Merob Ist, at
noon, and arrived at Seattle about 3 r.
K. yesterday. She left tbe oity with
107 passengers, 84 bags mail eud 350
tons freight. On the 2d she eucoun
tered a strong gale from tbe southwest,
with rough sea end swell. On tbe 3d
bad strong weeterly wind with bail
and squalls On the 4th a strong gala
from the southweet with rough sea and
swell. Called at Viotoria and Port
Townsend as utu«l. The City of Ches
ter brought passengers to the Sound ea
follows: Mrs L T Syasone and 2 chil
dren, W Mslsen, John C Brown. 8 P
Batie. H Green, 8 Howell, B F Dean.
J S Marchi, A Marobi, R Barnwell, H
Ham well, H H Teynten, W H Lamont,
E W Ocizler, Wife and ehidl, J* Wilber,
W H Wither, W Sohafer, M Drew, A
Land. J Yoanif^JTLowma*. A Olsen.
A:!• QlseiC EXtllafwing, D fled), 2
Hewes. C M Gates, S W Clark, G W
Hawes, M H Was* W M Boouton, M
Butler. S B Arnold, Alexander Oram,
F B Clark, Q M Sorßay, R 'A Denton.
E W Oeixlcr and wife, Q W Mande
ville, and 2 Chinese.
LrriUATivo OTSR A HORSS—ID
September -last S A Maple, of Da wan*
ish, told a berse to E A Hsassa for
S3OO. and took bis ao4a in payment
therefor. Subsequently Haaiee paid
on the note $l2O, and then refased to
p»y more, alleging that the animal
WII unaoand and aot worth the par
chase prion. Maple brengbt rait to!
recover, and the cam wae tried befbra
Juatioe Fea tfa thin city yesterday. A
Jury Wat empaneled *nd the taetimoay
«>f twelve witoenei heard. The verdict
wee in favor af plaiatiA Maple, far the
fall amount cleaned. SBO, and aaaiaat
Haaiee for the easts af aetioa. $lB 90
more. The trim lasted all the after*
noon, and attracted a seed deal of la>
terasu Bath meg had attorneys, aad
e*eb a»ade m hard a fight as hatoild.
«übNN|kt dt« ATOM Hhmh yn>
W»y by Mr. -Orr, the «afta of tha
North Pnoiflc. Han At »M Ml by
C»P*. Dia Morriaae. and tabaa bj bin,
»*th Mr. Stanr and • f»v otMn m
bated, to Port Towaaaad. A few
tato apant in fbruiahiag bar will it
MT to travel any para anger rente M
iba»w«torai Bar iral aarviaa will ba
• batwoao Port Towannd ao+Victoria.
»• placa of tha laihal, and ooonootiag
wiib baata fraaa op tba Booad. Bbe
f* 1 ® tha ran from Tacon* baro ia I
aoiiaandß miaotaa.
*tu BriLOnto —Mraara Clough and
**hina ora fraaing the build tag in
•Utah vili ba tbo new anwaiii of Hall
fcat. nod It will ba two atoriea
h*h. Ita location ia on tbo pOea io>
in tbo tear of tbo 801 l ft
renlaoa farnitnro faatory. It will ba
eonatmotad boilding. and
«-w- <"
PONT BLAUEJLT Bmrnvo. Barb
Qnaau tailad froaa Port BUboly
** Preucuoo yaatarday morning.
3jSrWSISNBI
Berkentino R K
wig Taoner and aebnoner Ra-
SSS^Afsas
AfCTDIRT M TXVK I t V.V.1.8.
The mo<t »erioos tri»hap that has yet
befallen the Seattle and Walla T/al!a
R«ilrr<a4 Cmdp*)'? rrfurrt i oa the
Lake treat I®, two miles tbis side of
Newcastle. at 10 o'clock yesterday fore
noon. The angina A A Denny was
coming from tbs mine to town at the
tima. drawing behind it a train of
eighteen loaded coal e«rs. At some
annsoal circumstance, while crossing
the trestle, the engineer w*s alarmed,
and. laoking back, saw tba cars sinking
as though the trestle beneath them was
giving way under their weight. Quick
as a thought be put on all steam, and
the powerful engine leaped forward
with a mighty effort. Tbis meed it
and its tei dcr sod ooe coal c»r, tba
coupling |;in behind the latter parting
undar the tremendous strain. leaving
the other seventeen ears on the crash,
ing, descending trestle. The trestle,
in its highest point, was 95 feet above
tba ground, and iU whole length of GOO
feet was covered by the tram. All
went together—an awful wreck et tim
bers and cars, with 100 tone of coal
mixed through and over it Three
men were oa tbe back cars. One,
Jamee Williams, the Newcastle mine
auperintaudent, leaped off. »ul alighted
in tha gulcb below, n»fc much tbe worse
for his adventure. It. L. Tborne, tba
conductor, was on the rear ear, and ha !
also leaped off Unfortunately for
him, both feet went into an open spaoe
bctweea ties, and in falling, while in
that helpless, imprisoned position, both
legs were broken just above tbe enkiee,
the left lag so badly broken as to en
danger its further preeervatiou. Tbe
tbinl man was Wo, Stewart, a new
miner at Newcastle, who was sitting on
one ef the cars near the middle of tha
train, end who fell a distance of sixty
or eighty feat, and was covered with
coal beside*. He was fearfully braised
and out. Tha injured men were taken
on tba Denny to Benton as soon as
possible, where Mr. Tborne was left at
tbe boose of bis father in-law, Mr.
Smitbers, and Mr. Stewart wes left at
tbe house of Mr. Miller; Doctor* B«g
--ley and Wesley visiting them iiuinedi
etely. Stewart became drliriru* a
little after aooo, and remained «o until
his death at 6 last evening.
Tbe caoee of tbe aocident will be in
veetigated pereonally by tbe Director*
of the Company today. It ia raid,
however, by thcae who claim to know,
that the support to ofle of the bent a
bed IMD sapped by the water in be
canyon, and, as tbe whole fctrmtu-o
was fattened t gather, the Weakening
sinking and d»»tructiuii . f <u- part
iue*nl the we«ke , >i<f_'. einkin# aini d. •
atruotion of all. .
Tbn dir« ot loss, in the destruction uf
trreile and cara and loss of coal will
ba lolly five thousand dollars, and the
indirect loss, by tbe failure in transpor
tation, detention of shipping. &c,
nearly or quit* as much more. Two or
three weeks will be required to repair
tbe damage.
Mr. titewart was » new comer, bar
ing recently arrived from Nanaimo,
and bad been at Newcastle only a
fortnight. H« was about 35 year* of
age. It is nnknown whether he leaves
a family or not. Mr. Thorne has an
aooident policy af 83000, whiob, as
long a* be ia disabled, will yield hi.n
an inoome ot sls a week.
BMTBICT COURT.
A special term of the District Court
for Pierce County will convene at the
oourt house at SteiUcoom on Tuesday,
March 9. The following sre the
causes on the calendar :
Ezra Meeker vs Haw ley, Dodd & Co;
relaxation of coats.
J N Dotph et al TI John and I O
Murray; eiectmeut.
James rultoo vs J P and Win P
Byr<l; action an promissory note.
Fierce Coanty TI J M Downey at al;
aqwt on official bond.
Henry Andrews vs Mary Madden.
In the n»tter of the insolvency of G
H Ryan.
Thomas Armstrong TI J K Smith
and WB H Maetin; damages.
Cerbett 6 McCleay Ta O H Ryan at
il; foraeloaars.
lira Meeker fa Paget Soaud M*nn
factoring Ce; injunction
G W Chittenden »s Jaa W Law and
Mary A Law; foreclosure.
M T Ward TI Eire Meeker and C H
Spinning; ilander.
E Meeker TI VVm Lane.
XV |tftaey TI O II Ryau et al;
ehancery.
T 8 SUerweod vs hie oretiitors; insol-
Tency.
Bsra Meeker TI Paget Sound Manu •
factariag Co; appeal from Jnatice'a
Ooart.
Isaao Fredericksoa TI Hensos, Aok
ereon A Co; damages.
In the matter of the conteet of the
will of John G Hildreth, diaimid.
W F Sncksdarf TS Peter Leber et al;
aetioa on promissory note*.
D C Oamerea TS Jasper aad Newtos
Hartman; aetioa ao promiseory notes.
Geo Weller TS Daniels k Latbrop;
accoant.
Oao WeUar ra Jasfer aad New too
HvbtiK aacoaat
Mow* ft Hoot «a A Gardolla; action
00 promiaaory nnta.
Von Oglo raOUondWM McMillan
and H Van bibber; foradoawo.
JIOMO Blawart n Loaooo Wallace,
adnaiaiatratrix of tbo aatata of W Ii
Walla foroclooore.
MaCoar ft Bogrra w W 8 Laooardft
Gee d«bt
Lonlaa Ooodtioie. adnaini;tratrix of
tha aatota of H Uoodtimo. dawaaad, ra
H B Maoebeator at ol; oonfiraaalioa of
aala. . ~ -»
ComoaKKn.—The ataaaabip. City
of Cbaatar braogbt freight eonaitnod
to o«r aaarebanta na follower Boyd ft
Papain. C P Btonoft Co, Crawford*
Harriagton, C L Mi.ebell, Card ft Lair,
C flaaford, C H Van DOM, B«glo
Mill Co, Fiannathal Bran. Flyaa ft
tadaaann O Dawn, Hall Brna. H E
Lavj, i Bnllhran. Jooaaft McCanib,
J Morn—a. J A MoPbco, Kellogg ft
Saydar, Xdij ft Yo«ng, L Reiaig. L
M Htarr, Mr* PEWobhor. NTCody
ft Co, R MeLt-od. B Maple. Scbwa
baebor Brwft Co.B Kaaney. Taylor A
Harbman, Toal«a ft Biagoraaan, V
jar* 2%^ w isr*
W«4<M> * mCorwi". he * 00.
BBITXBH COLUMBIA WUATMXB.— At
Quesnelie on tbe sth of Ptbmrj, the
thrraonftir *»■ 36 degreee below tr*
and tbe cnld strengthening. The roads
were in a very bad condition although
opto. In Cariboo the weather was in
tent* IT cold, and at Yala it was freezing
bard when the express left to eome
down. The hardy little eeyuee horsss
in tbe interior ware suffering for want
of f««d in common with other stock.
Christian brothers at Okaoagan, hsee
turned oat SOO bead of fine bo«Tes to
shift for themselves; hiring no feed.
Acisovunaxm.—The Universi
ty is under ob!igati->ne to Hon. T. B.
Br-nts for publie documents as follows:
Report of the International Monetary
Conference, and Report on State of
Labor in Europe for IS7B To Hon. O.
Jacobs. for Dena'e exhaustive and val
uable work an Descriptive Mineralogy.
A J. ABDBBSO*.
TKIKITY CHencH.—Fourth Sunday
in Lent Honrs of divine service. II A.
M. and 7 PM. Sunday Bohool at 12:30.
The rector will meet all eandidatea far
adult baptism or confirmation in tbe
chmob at 6:15 P. M. A full and prompt
attendance is desired.
BAPTIST CiioacH—Rev J A Wirth,
pastor. Preaching at 11 A.M. Sunday
School at 12:15 Thare will be na
Yeong People's meeting, but tba teg
alar evening service will begia at 6:30
instead of 7 P.M. All sre invited to
attend
GBAIB ARllVAL. —Seboaaer Maggie
arrived from Samish night before last,
bringing to Schwabacber Bros & Co.
seven hundred sacks oats from the
farm of Mr Dawson.
pßssnvTEHiAir CHuucn—Rev T W
McCoy will preach in the morning at
11 o'clock and in tbe evening at 7.
Tbe Young Peaple'e meeting at 6 P.M.
HOTIL AWTAtt,
BW RROLARD HOTBn
K J tt illlama, Canyon AIW Raftdfl. UluM4
8 ■ Mori.hf. 4 . W N1»«B. 4O
J W Sparks, to I Hiawll, Canada
r P Margui*. d 1 W Ptekertaf, Fori land
D Webb. Ban Fraaeiaca D Maoly. do
U Slater * wife, <'o OK IH, do
A Aherdtcn, do R Alexander, OnpwHle
T KovortN. do II Biog«, Raniiw
K't
J CI ok. skagit H Tl'oniutix), S Arlwrijbt
J It Ttgir, S.r fa >ni'«h JWSc J', Gjtnbl-
WI, rVkti a. Albiiii «l Uu don', d»
J ll.rc-i or. do W P £tepbea», Uillti
S Mik'fuil. <!u r Yor. cars. Illinois
Mr< U acker. r'ualiack A P Pa:k*r. Walla Wa'U
*li • A Buacbcr, do
OOCIDKRTAL HOTEL
J M K Aik otoc, Kevcls B ■ MieoU, Tnomd
Wm O ten, Skagit D Oeaelle, Mnkiitau
That Se'bv, To alip P QravMle, da
H (>re»o. Ban 7ram-lsco I Riodock, Naaslma
W T UiitMP, do John Ue, <!a
C ■ pai«. do Cap* N II Lane, Portland
9*li* Cot a, da LCQ irmnet, Tl<|'a Citjr
W 0 Mai. do J B He A Hitter, * alee
W ) S'epbens A wife, da C Caidtrail, Tacotnu
I> llarion, S'akely.
Brsws'e Hsawkald Pssstes.
Is the moat effective Psio Destroyer in
the world. Will most surely qaickeu
the blood whether taken internally or
applied azteraally, and tberby more
certainly RBUKYB PAIS, whether ehron
io or acnte, than any other pain allevi
ator, and it is warranted doable the
strength of any aimilap preparation.
It cure* pain ir the Side, Back or Bow
els, S <re Throat, Rbeumatiem, Tooth
ache, and ALL ACHia, and ie The Great
Reliever of Pain. ''BROWN'S HOUSXHOLD
PANACRA" should be in every femily.
A teacpoon/d of the Panacea in a tum
bler of hot water [sweetened, if pre*
ferred.] taken at bedtime, will BREAK
VP A COLD. 25 oeuts a bottle.
Bsek ilekasss, '*
Undoubtedly with children, attributed
toot hereto**, ti occasioned
HHOWK'S YKKXIVOOB OOMMTS, or
Worm L<WDg(f, altboogli effectual fa
destroying worms, can do ao possible
injury to the moal daliaatwebM. Tbil
valuable combination has bean at)&6em~
folly used by phyiieiaai, and fi—d la
be absolutely aura in eradicstiag
worm, ao hurtful ta children. Tareaty
fire eenta a bos. * ■
ACCOST ruowEß.
The immense sale aad great popular
ity of Green's Aagaet Floww ta til'
towns and villages in the civilised
worKl has earned many imitators to
adopt timilar »ames, expecting to reap
a barTeet for theateelvae at the expaare
of the afflicted This IMWae waa
ibtro lueed in and fee the aare el
Dyepepaia and Liver Cam plaint, with
their rfluti, inch M Soar Stemeeh.
Guetiveneee, Sick Stomach, QUk Bead*
ache. Indigestion, Palpitatioo af the
Heart, Vertigo, eta, els., il asssr AM
foiled to ear hmmdtift. Three dona
will reUcrasay meeof Dyapepda. Twa
millioa bottiea sold laet year. Priea 7fi
otnta. Samples 10 esata. Ibr ale by
all diaggiaU.
Gain's ATLAS AID DIABT AUU<
VAC, the meet expeaeiTe fcae Almasac
ever pablisbed, seat free ea leeelpt of
two ceat stamp.
G. G. Gau*.
Woodbary, X. J., U. S. A.
MIBCBLL A H KOUB.
DEXTER BURTON * 00,
BANKERS
UATTU; W. T.
OCKWM aicmraa or AOOOCVU son
tCBJaCT TO CKRCS 00 MIR.
MI Hi Iri*|Nrtl( IMAS m tee
VMriM. VMiaaa «« «a* Va«.
Ml ee* au» Mhat baMaalnnla
OH to K*> awa-la»«n.w*ta«|fto»
rr* T!"* t 11 '"'V tee * eiw i
a.pwitf<r MUnaOa
CMMm MtoaoO peeee*
' * i
• I 1
CAUTION.
PROPERTY OWNERS
To insure good material, stipulate in
all your Contracts for Painting that nothing
shall be used except C. T. Raynolds & Co's
Pure Paints and Oils.
Painters wtio use C. T. Raynolds t Co's Paints ani
Oils do the BEST MO CHEAPEST WORK, because PORE
MATERIAL GOES FURTHER, LOOKS BETTER, and LASTS
LODGER than anj other.
GOOD THINGS.
East India Chutnie
Mushrooms in Tins.
French Peas in Tins.
Cfaava Jelly.
Durkey's salad dres-
sing*
Mackerel ixr Tins.
Boneless Sardines.
Tongues & Sounds.
Baritand Shrimps.
Sardelles.
Prunes in Boxes.
Rotterdam Cheese.
Crosse & Blaekwell
Goods.
Curry a la Sliieks.
Mushroom Ketehup
Walnut Ketohuu.
Mixed Piokles.
Piokles a la Mus
tard.
Piekled Onions.
Chow Chow.
Essence Anchovies.
j»|, . i ( « • " t*i
-Si A -
fti Grt Iff Kwri Stealer.
D. A. JENNINGS
* , .•
Wboleaala u< Bmll Daalaa la
v•» • • -
Staple & Fmct firaceries
FARH FOR RENT.
A DAIRY FARM OP
160-ACRES
ALU UNDER FENCE,
With a laiga baarlag
• » -«
NCHARO, UNI, DWELUIG MOOSE, IC.,
• CjpT MtaNua wba
TlSif good hilch cows.
linfiaMM cr ftn jhm far Twain*
»*-■ »*
H. A. _
o* i. baxtib, tmih, w. t. n«ia
Jflst tbe Thing.
■ ** ' "' *
A POCKET
PHOTOGRAPHIC MAR
iwmiiwHiunßKi
Rise SO Cents, Urnliu
f»r Pmming 11M.
or li
nmnjNWTiD
IttiDKßuißM to&Eßctl Kiv«
MISCELLANEOUS.
L. S. HcLDRE
•OOCMOI TO
XX. W. HOWLAND,
GENERAL
Insnrance Agent
Fin, Marine, Life and Accident.
DCULKfi IV
COUHTY, CITY AND TERRITORIAL
SCRIP.
Ooddental Square, Seattle, W. T.
aDiso-dtr
NOVELTIES.
in Eastern Mis Just Receive!
Fanrv Flower Pols,
Pot Brackets,
Harden Vases,
Gipsy Kettles,
Flower Trellises,
Lava Pots,
Oompriiing on. of tb. mo*t elegtnt ud extea
■lT. uwrtamli iTir brought to thU city.
BAZAAR.
Colman's Brick Baildinf,
CORNER COMMERCIAL A MILL STS.
•6T £ntf Boot baa a atfABANTK E UTAMP
inside, ui the Merchant of whom you buy than
la authorised to retora your money If yoa are sat
aatia&ed with tbe Boota. It la
THE BEST
BUBB£R BOOT
lattelUikrt. AA for it, and takes* rtter.
HECHT BR OH. & CO.
•AIT nuvcxsco.
SOLI OWIIKI.
Wa cany fka Tamat Stock ef Boots and Shoaa
af all klada ef any boose la Amerlea.
Jrl7-d*wtf
FRENCH COFFEE
AJTD
OYBTER HOUSE,
JACOB GBEENBERG, Proprietor,
Baflaf fitted ap a aaat el aad, I will brreafUr
be iMimd ta aerve
Oyntera and Coflee
AT ALL HO CBS.
FBBSH OOBFBO'IOHBBT aad the heat braada
of TOBACCO aad CIQABS alwaya oa hand.
' Pleeae gira aa a call.
STAND IN OPERA HOUSE.
OOTID ffJfiinH
rpn ooPAKTimsHir Hturorou XX
i l<Uwl»
sissSirS'ESssjsS®
Tfinfin OwtakM IMito Im aold to
nSmteM>*aM *ll MUtottJl
Ami mH ka y »» W ftU to al fey Mil
fuooin vncßwinr,
■Ml* B. Am lOLTIOVa.
MOVING BUILDINGS.
rpn Miyy«PAMtP TO
Or Otter iMTf
<WW *■ jywjr WtytM
a. O. Ksumx.
1""* •
te"s=«s.t
MISCELLANEOUS.
r. w. WILD. J AS. OUmiLL
WAT,T> to CAMPBELL,
to P. W. W»ld.)
REMOVED!
REMOVED!
REMOVED!
The San Francisco Store
t •"!
HAS REMOVED TO THB NEW
• «
Opera. House,
0
OPPOSITE THE OLD STORE.
By vaviai tnr Stock we find that we are overstocked 1m
COTTON GOODS
And we ar* willing to Mil tba same at old rate*.
BOOTS AND SHOES
WE OFFER AT 25 PER CENT. LESS THAN EVER.
Mm buying elmkm, 70a will do well by calling at th«
BAN FRANCISCO 3TORE
AND PRICE GOODS THERE FOUND.
REMEMBER
THE SAN FRANCISCO STORE
HAS THE LAROAtT
STOCK OF MINERS' GOODS IN TOWN.
Toklaa & Singerman.
CRAWFORD & HARRINGTON,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
SEATTLE. W. T.
The Finest Stock on Puget Sound of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hardware, Cutlery,
IRON AND STEEL,
Tools and Implements of All Kindt
OROOKBRY <Sc GLASSWAB.I;,
Painty Oilm and aiara.
Foreign and Deneitle
Wiles, Liqiors and Cigars,
LIME, PLASTER, BRICK, CEMENT, &C.
Agents for
risk Bros. & Co.'s Celebrated Wagon,
BOCA BREWING COh
—AND—
IMPERIAL NOBTBBKN AND OORENINBVBINCB CO.
OP LONDON AND LIVERPOOL.
Aggregate Capital $33,000,000
Crawford & Harrington,
COMMERCIAL STREET, SEATTLE, W. T.
inMwo
I.A.KBUT. A. E Y«CW«.
KELLY^&YOUNG
WHOLESALE AMD BKTAIL DKAUEBS IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
•Una If Matt CTH rnutu rwjilj Atiiiiit f.
■IOW PWUI DIMM WOW. m*U4w

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