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Good look are more than skin deep, aeprndln ..pon heal' ny ron urn If .!...,.-.. von have ft .billons look, vour torach to th-ordered, yt.u h.iyo dyMitic lwk ao.l If your kidneys affected you have a pinched lock. Secure good lifitHt and you will have sood looks Electric Bittern Is the irotlfrtlve and Tonic, aom directly .nthes. vlinl organs.. Cures pimple, blotches, loilsaortglvii.ft Rood coin plexlon. Sold -rt E. W. Adams' druf store.. 50c. oor bottle. . -4 111 ORS 01 WAR Additional Details of the Terrible Atrocities. Being , I was trouUed with catarrh ror set en veare previous to commeucinjj; the' use a Ely's Cream Balm. H has done for mu what other so culled cures h..ye faded to do-cuvedme. The effect f seemed maslcal -Clarence , L. Hun, UW dleford, Me. After trying many wuIm for during the past twelve years, I Hied fcly s Cream Balut with complete success. It is over onejyear since I stopped uslna It and have no return ot catarrh. I recommend It to all my friends. Milton T. Palm, Ueadiog, Pa1 - . - 25-28 Almost Killed.. I was almost killed by the doctors, who root-,) mp for bleeding piles. It coat me over 100 without relief. I took Sulphur Bitters for two months, nnd now 1 am well. , Qua Hall, l'i"V,N. Y. TOUKBtS, Whether m pVt.ure lieut or busmt-b. should take ou every trip a bottle "I My r un of FIRS, as it act luubt pleasantly ana effectually ou the kidney, liver and bow. els, piavfutinj fevers, headaches and other foFmsot sickness For sale in 50J and fl.ou iviucs ny . uim... ... glsts. i Whyisn'ttiiUaeoodtl.int??' Dr Fen ner's f-idncv and Uachacue Cur U war ranted to uive tatislacllon in every ut-e or money returned.. Such a propoMiiu couldn't oe ih.'ht of II ww medicine wasn't superl-.r wall ...hers tor sal by F. D. Felt. W-llington. A J. Burrell. Uuntingtoo.J. Alexander", trmy kuew no defeat The .,.,. .rtir. Knuer" Golden Ke- ' lief. It Is w,.: uutt-d to relieve tnolhart.e, .-..i,.t...i.r nv other p:.in in 2 to 8 minute. Al bruises, wounds, wire-cuts, sw.iKn.s, Idles, burns, summer .luinm oi.hr. (ulMiiu horses), uiar Hrnb-r snd ilnx. If satlbla. t.on ..... ..!- returned. For sale by v ft K-it . VI flllui!tm. A J. Burrell, tl'unlinKton, O. " 23-20 For headaches, biliousness. 'on4!m .t ,lf.,la.i fcl-nillvhUICSS. the llHl' S, .scrofula, Dr. F nnd Kerve PERPETRATED IN CHILI. BtartliDg S'-orioi of .th-v Despotism of MERCILES3 TORTURE OF DEVASTATED BY FLOODS. ; iivi . f-. Northwestern Iowa Suffers from a Terrible Cloudburst dizziness, tleepiessiicss. ii.n fula. the bUKKl and all idilu cruptloi.f., Fenoers Iil.iod and Liver Heme-iy v Tom ii. v. r fill! W in Mni.-d to satisfy or tii 'iny lefuu.led. C"U.d Uns be afforded It h Remedy wiihi. t c..m. e l.v F. D. Felt. mirton. O.. A. J. Burrell, Huntli.st.)U, O. Notice to DuUdew. ild loMhlpVLowl. loouut,, oulo. nntll tt .. clora noon on Hie loth daol Ju '1- " . trit, wiih H-tln 3's. Kevwa tt ituti.. or It will M reJeeWO- 'JaT " nerve the rlifht to rejeil nv or all Was. i 0- Khi.o. Townslilp Clerk. Pltttneld.O..June 9. HH. Notice to Coiitrattors and Bnildciu. Seled nroposiils will be received at Hie of Bm ot the dlreoti.rs ot LaUmnue untoa School dlatrlel. La.3ri.Ke. Oi.lo. lr J; auth uutll 5 clucK p. m.. WdnesdT.Julr8th, A D. WI. it liulldlo. a tour-room school oub on tl.a lot situated In UUrun O..ao iordlng to plans and t'"cu??,vr! mi? '! ii oiflce and Jit the nfnee of Kramer ZolUarclnteJ ..Fln.llaT.Ohlo. EachWdmust be made on blinki lurnlshed by the Ireetor. and musteonuln the name, ot event person interrnu-d in the wime, and be aeeompanled bV bond In the sum ot $.500. with good and .niclent .A."ur.tV. that contract will be entered Into and i the per formanoe ot It properly secured. The I bid tor ncli kind ot miterlal called lor by the sneci tetllon. must be stated separately, and- the price of each given, and the price ot labor must also be .eparately stated. None but the Ki' st responsible blif will be accepted. and the bonrd may reject any or all bids. 1)1 order ol the board. ... 1 0. A. Aanaca. President. LaGrange, June 8th, Wl. Western Reserve Academy. HL'DSOS. OHIO. A Christian preparatory school of the high- -- - a- .41 nnxiii.tM In 10 Tft-irSt DV 01 -hnm h.wVntSredH college., the teacher. nil graduate, ol the best colleges. Magnin Sent campus: large buildings: ball grounds! . . . ...mi... hin. KinFIMM IOW. beod lorcaUlot to Nic-to B- UoaiaT.Prln. 85 -TI3- FOUR ROUTE WILL BELL Excursion Tickets TO iai taina Return ASP ON ACCOUNT OP OHIO STATE Teachers' Association JULY 7th to feth, IIALF FAKE Tickets will be on sale July 6th and 7th. and food lor return passage to and Includ " 1 lug July 13.1W1. 3T SpcU.l 3iTotlc. JEJ Te-1)le teachers desiring to attend the meeting ol the Ohio Association ana also the meeting ot the (Lkl clisaal jachtija TOEOITTO, The W Four Route will sell tickets Joly eth lIM,to Toronto asd return, atone fare for the round trip, with iz.uv aaaea lor rat in berslUv lee, allowing Stopover at Chautauqua. Tonmn tickets will be good for return pa nmce, leaving Toronto July 14ii to 20th, .1 v lugpassengnrsantll JulySlstto reacborlgln t aiartlng point, and by special arrangement limit ao be extended to September Hh, 1W1. TAKK TtTa A Father nnd Sun, Who J.r Tnkou From Jitll and rrutwltr iorfl-I'eo)le My tertnosly Wapi.v.-:iml 'ihele Headless Boillcs Are Artnrw;r.l Founil. New yor.ic, Juno 2!).-Tlio startling stories of tha cruelties an 1 despotism practiced by President B:ilm:ieeda, In stigator and chief figure in tha Chilian war, a published racsntly, ura com pletely oierahndowe.l by tho facta which nre now mudo pu'ili-j for tho first tlmo. The Information !a obtained from Chilians w"io a -rlvnd hers on tha ntatiuwhto City of !ara last week, Tha mn..t niMiniiiout of tho nr.-iv.tls was linn Pedro Monrit. who U the accredited reprcsontativo of the revolutionist party In Chill, and who is a brother of Ad- mirul M-mttt, aatla? pre i lout ol tne revoluMoaar party. Accompanylnff him wcro Si;nor Santa Crue, who com manded the ironolad Huaseari; Siffnor Varas, a prominent revolutionist, ana several English inarchants who have re sided in various parts of Chill for sev eral years. From thasa jfU-tlomen the Incidents here given wore obtained. Tlnn Pedro Monnt when shown the dispatches raforriiia to the Unlmaceda emnlt es. said that the actual tnun iar exceeded the published accounts of the affair. Tho whole of Chill, he satu, was aiifferinn- dire distress as a result of the war and all classes were losing their property, whether In the city or In the country. lie had no doubt of the ulti mate success of thepevolutioulats, as the people of Chill were aimosi unani mously with tho constitutional party. - . From another p-entleman wuo arrived from Chili on the same steamer wttn Don Podro Monnt and party, Senor Jose Gonzales, additional horrors of the revo lution are learned. Senor Gonzales said: "Balmaceda Is practicing cruelties un heard of in tho history of Chill. A friend of mine who was a prominent citizen of Concepoion Senor Sorrano and his son were put In prison because they re fused to obey tho dlctatoa of the tyrant Being imprisoned failed to break their Spirit, so Balmaceda had the father taken out Into the yard of tho jail and mercilessly tortured. After being brut ally flogged tho tendons of his arms and loira were severed to render him help- loss for life. This horrible cruelty was purposely practiced within earshot of the son, who was afterwards subjected to the same treatment before the gaze of his father, now fast dying from loss of blood and tho result of the terrible ordeal. Neither of them survived the horrors of the torture which was in: fllcted upon thtsm. , ' "Another of Balmaceda atrocities eametollirht by the merest accident Since the beginning of the hostilities a number of well known citizens of San tiago have mysteriously disappeared. In many places they nave leitmeirreai dencea to be gone an hour or two and have never returned or been heard from. The ultimate fate of two of them was, however, discovered by the accident re ferred to before I left Santiago. Their bodies were taken on Sunday to tho cemetery for burlaL The burial per mits being Irregular tne cemetery au thorities would not admit them. The bearers went back to the town to get the proper changes made in the permits. "While they were on this errana tne men in charge of the cemetery suspect ing that something was wronff, opened the coffins and discovered that all the bodies were headless. Of course this created great excitement and the news spread rapidly through tne town. n.mination of the headless corpses showed from marks on the bodies that two of them were prominent residents of Santiago, while the third one was never identified. It was afterwards learned that these men had been ar rested and executed by order of Balma- ecda." .The same p-entleman also stated that in all the fights that had taken place in the province of Garapaca, Balmaceda had not taken a single prisoner. Ills orders to his officers were to shoot all prisoners as fast as taken, as they bad no time to bother with them nor food to irive them. On the other hand, the constitutional party had taken a great many prisoners of war and they filled a steam trans port with wounded men and sent them down the coast to Caldora, a five day's journey. Balmaceda's officers at Calde- ra ref uaed to receive their own wounded men who had been fighting for Balma ceda's cause. This steamer load of poor wounded soldiers had to be taken all the way back to Iquique, another five davs' journey. There they were taken ashore and cared for by the residents of the town. Many of them died because of the long sea trip, where they were crowded together without proper care and attention. Many Villages Wrecked and Grave rears of a Heavy Loss ol Life In the' Flooded Territory Bridges Swept Away , end' Telegraphic Communi cation Destroyed. Cuicaoo, June 26. At the headquar tera of the Chicago. & Northwestern road reports were received yesterday morning which show that the damage to tracks and bridges in nortnweatern Iowa is almost beyond estimate. At Waterman creek the bridge, 185 feet long, has been swept away, another bridge, 19T feet long, on the , Wenana section Is gone, ana at waterman sta tion a aide track a quarter of a mile in length was torn up bodily and carried half a mile. The Cushion and Kingley bridges went down Wednesday night and it la believed that all the smaller bridges between Battln Creek and the Missouri river have been torn from their fnstcnings and swept away. ' Trains are not ruunintf either ou the Sioux Falla or Sioux City branuhes. The water was still o high yesterday thnt nothing could be 'done. It will take nearly a weak to repair the dara- The Illinois Central is equany severely damaged as the Northwestern, but owing to broltan telegraph lines no messages hud been rccaiveu at tne neaa-qnnrtci-sot the uompany. It was known, however, that the Uowe bridge and trestlo just this side of Cherokee Junc tion, 400 feet long, ttas ocon swept away. At Chicokee two branches leave the main lino, ono going northwest to Sioux Falls and the other southwest to Omaha. Much of the truck on both of these, as well as the main line to Sioux City, has been carried away. Sioux Citv, la., June 80. -The follow ing additional particulars of the flood at Cherokee have been received. The wagon bridge over the Sioux south of the town went out about 10 o'clock Tuesday night This was followed by all the houses on the flat in that part of town, numbering over 100. The num ber of people driven from their homes t-n. Mween 1.200 and 1,600. The river Jhe Best and Purest Medicine EVER JviAua. Hwlll drive the Humor from j onr system, auu !. .J""' muni. . . . ."aware w.ttni sa a v to u r nlfta auu moHinei which mar your -eauty caugeu uy tiupuix- nnri. and can Di1 TOuiovedlnsahort U you an1 and w the great uioonpn 4w , 1 .k i A-vw L rt a -WJV 0 ViUUU& w W DosTW-rr. (jirii . .. ...irnilnv from H Zl buLthub TB1TTEU3." beet and rhrlet modlclno. Try , at vouwlllW safljifled. qVh s .tamps to A. P. Onlway Co.. !, Ma. for best medical work pumi-wr Mors "Some tive5 liko .hoes the more wonmVW-Mhe.brifihre.- Busy .wives who Use SAP Q LI O never seem to grow old.Try o c&ke- A complete wreck of domestic happiness has often resulted from badly washed dishes, from an unclean kitchen, or from trifles which seemed light as air. But by these things a man often judges of his wife's devotion to her family, and charges her with general neglect when he finds her careless in these particulars. Many a home owes a large part of its thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to 8AP0LI0. SVGroeers often substitute cheaper foods for APOLIOl to make a better profit. Bend back such articles, and Insist en bavins Just what you ordered.- " '' ' .??-r!i-"L-r" - W B ' -t4. - .71 Revolution! : : Revolution. Cookiig made easy by using the wonderful . n mm i 1 1' w. v :. "?"t' Vapor Stove. Manufactured: by the 5TAKDARD IWltUh CLEVELAND, O. The ORIGINAL "Evsperatlng Stove. Absolutely Safe Liphts Like Gas! Open the valves, apply a light, that's all there is of it. How simple! Nothine to cet out of order all parts interchangeable EESEE VOIR CANNOT BE FILLED WHILE STOVE IS BURNING. This stove has been 011 the market ior one year, giving mo ues of satisfaction. 50,000 woujd not supply the demand tne nm year. It has been greatly improved for isai. J. Uf wuu xij TIMES. BUY THE LATEST AND BEST. I . ... . . i . . M ji..H..i. U h.ii.ahAM n.n.m nrhlh t I THE KITCHEN xlxvfc is ine auujecv 01 uiii;u9iu v,. vuuv... the hurodui"nof Kasollur stoves hasdone much to solve. The advantages of uslpe them W are tsstlfled to hy i. rapidly Increaslnu numoer 01 nousewivea, wuo uuu ihouihoiyo .loiio.f:- y' n the drud-ery attendlnk the coal or wood Ores. They have more time to spare, since there is wle. r . Ill " ""a Ji.i ... n nm..-nd tn pIv the Are watchful attention to keen it In .1 a i. .iun ,.nil R n'nlnr.k. at that BIIIUUIICUW.""" . . m-TMTO time being ten f eethlgher than was ever l tjrV J-V JUrX J J at S3 knowa Most.of the distressed people tj.- method and results when . . I . . . f A 1 mwtti I 111 si I w - found snciter in me u. . gvruo of F cs is taken: it ifl pleasa.. wn-,.-1..11. .ml arranirements were aJur V4 t " " "u . i . . I nnJ rolroohinlT M thft MBtfl. Bnfl n made whereby they may be careo ior e Tu 't77i mr. "1 f:- 4.i,,v Th town centlv vet promptly on the Kidney: nresentsavery sorrowful appearance. Liver and Bowels, cleanses the eys- ' . . . . l 1 I . (V ....... 1 1 J!m..1. lla itaotl. The destruction ol propenj aiuua m iem .uuviuauji uusyKio w.o, u--Cherokee Is about $200,000. aches and fevers nnd cures habitual The storm converted the Sioux valley constipation. Syrup of FigS ifl the tnfi a Brunt lake. The bloux vauey is nniw ramarlv nf it kmrl ever nro- one of the moat fertile sections in this ucct pleasing to the tasto and ac partof the country and Is thickly set- , , nromnt in tied, numerous towns being scatwrej a r beneficial fa its throughout fiflkrtA. nrenared onlv from the most The damage wm run u- ."i.T-'-i -.kt .,,K.tn.. It. CafnVdrhr away of houaca, barna and cattle there j ordi r; then there Is time saved bv not havlna to wait for a mass ot metal to become neatea Mori the stove can be used, as the Are Is ready tor service the moment the burner Is llKhted. The fuel Mils are less, as the expense stops as soon as the need ot the fire Is over, and the waste of heat Is reduced to a mtn mum. There is no bending over a hot atove to Impair the alth?and no ovVrhratlng of the kitchen. There Is saving of food; a roast cooked by a coal Are loses oiie-thlrd. while but ONK-KKVENTIl Is lost with a Rase- Ine stove. We have In op entt on at iur aiore a full line ot "New Process" Btoves and shall be pleased to show them at any time. "W. E. PEIR0E. to all and have made it the most rnooularremedv known. bvrup oi figs is ior saie in ouo will be heavy loss to farmers. Great flalda ot wheat and corn are totally de- . . a i,iiii il.- flnrwi rtama 1 , i i 11 t j : . I A7r2ble wo formerly of New York, now The France Medical and Surgical Ins were not taken by snf". " ay not ha've it on hand will pro- tnto, of Columbus, Ohio, by request ot( many irienos wer. '-.i! cure it promptly for any one who " and patients, has decided to visit TUH FOUK KOUTE AIobx the cool shores of beautlfrfl Lake Erie. For foil Information call on or address W II. rm :k, A.eut 0. 0- 0. A Br. L, U'T.nVell nmtuit. o. . II. MARTIN, cmri-isATi, o. deneral Passenger Agent. KUraln and Hilly Woods Matched. Nw Yobk. June 89. Jake Kllraln has been matched to fight Billy Woods, of Denver, for $3,000 a aide. ' The fight will take place at Denver, July 21. Seised With Cramps. , Birmingham, Ala., Jnne 99. Edwin Ormabv. who came here recently from Chicago, waa seized with cramps while bathing at East lake yesterday and was drowned. Thousands witnessed the sad accident, but he sank before any of the spectators could aid him. ' Stables and Car Boose liuraed, Nbwbuhtfobt, Mass., June -!. The Stables and car house o. tit. Nuwhnry port, and Amesburv str..t Hallway Company were bnr.ie I fcatunUy nitfht with thirteen ears, lm estlm;iuu its $75,000 to $105,i)), niu.-ly covered b insurance. the warning. Had the noou ocenrreu in the night there would doubtless nave V nat tno nf life. H.v. The overflowing ot tne Danasoi w Little Sioux and Floyd rivers was the primary cause of the flood. This was ..mnlemented by a cloud-burst at Le- Mars, la. The comomaiion waa -u ir Klstible one and it was not long be fore people In tiie valley were fleeing to tlMa nf a.ifi-tv. In many Instances their euttlo bufore them. n .. e- f The tidal wave did not reacn oionx City until veitcrday morning. It did not even then come with a rush, but gradually overflowed tho banks of Flnvd river ana extewioa over la wtwu, a. manufacturing suburb. Several big factories were submerged, and the little town is now under about two feet of wtAr. On the Ononawa branch of the Illinois Central, which follows Mttie Sioux valley, the track la waahed out In many ulaces and several miles of track are under water. Next to the Illinois Central the Omaha seems to have been first to suffer. Its tracks are washed out at LeMars and aa far norm . Sheldon. The Chicago 4 fiortnwestr era reports heavy floods all along it- Eagle drove line. JAY GOULD'S PERIL. Harrow Escape of the Absent-Mlnded Capi talist from a Shocking Death, Kiw Yon. June 26. Jay Gould bad a narrow escape from being ground to pieces by a Hudson river railroad train a few days ego at Irvlngton-on-the-Hudson. The other morning as he and m few others stepped across the tracks at the station to take the 8:18 train to the city.a west-bound express hove in sight, coming at a tilgtt rate oi speea. iu track was the one between the station and the local train and standing on it, all oblivioue to danger, were Mr. Gould and bis frienda. A station hand saw the express and gave a aharp yell oi danger, at which all bnt Mr. Gould turned quickly and leaped back to th( station 'platform. Mr. Gould's thoughts were apparently miles away, for his head was bent and he was perfectly heedless of his peril. Kaggageraastei Barnard Jumped to the track and, grab bing the railroad Napoleon by the col lar, Jerked him back upon the platform and before the absent-minded capitalist knew what it was all about the express bad thundered by. wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. $AM FRANCISCO, CU lOUISVIUi, Kt. MCW 10RK, H.t. Wellinffton, Ohio, Friday, July 3d. Consultation and Examination Free and Strictly Confidential In the Private Parlor of theBcbee Hotel (roiu V s. m. to 7 p. m. one aay oniy. ine r rente jiieui.ni ind Buriricel Institute of Columbus, Ohio, is thenly Medical Institute In the Slate Incorporated wun a uumiai oi cj.ju.uw uu. HAVE A CAB ? When -nu an addrtuad as sboM. voar fint tm- aa - to look at the drinr. II Um Ait U Money aae the -rirer is a wiM man, tm will Sod that be wean a FUh VmA Slicktt," ami aa wUl Ull yoo dot halt m comfortable ee the boi at his pMMa. gat i the cab, and that far bis biuweM tbU coat It -mli Bruul luael. Whea roe get once inatde a Sucker." lhrt 1 n lock thing as v Fuh flihr . v .... a. a . . a, o. it aaen i eu-a um n-uw -oi., -XJ., t . kaii.. aImul anowa. ot blow. v . ..l.,i.l. .n,t w,lidlv eofiifortable. Gtt eaeateect. Me e-ogerei your not -king it alter vust. It b a watt el aioety to buy any o.hv atwrorc-t. Xhey are wgrthieat after slew trwk of hard OMge. Bewir ol worthiest Ira- I.-.: . . rnl.n, HtmTwJ vltk tbt ' FlM Bread ' Trade Mark. Don't accept any Inferior mi whea you on hare tha " l uh Brand Slicker ' -ihmd without rra cot- Particuliri a- UliiKratcd auloitua free. A. J. TOWER, Boeton, MaeSt , stf :'''' J- V ' I . ' - ' V ' til V,' -1 ",f ' 4x . km 1 v,.-; A I VI' i i ' If "((i'""''-'t- ....... i J h''',i'i ' 1 ! " Wl1.' '.J Fatal Shooting Affray. . ISDtASAi!OM, June 20. A shooting affray occurred yesterday afternoon at a colored picnic from this .city held at Maxwell. Hancock county, in which three men were shot, two probably fa tally. Ths shooting was the result of n kA nnri.nl Vifftw.-pn Ed Ilarvev and John Banks, two negro toughs o! this city. Each had tw revolvers and each emntled cverv chumber of his weapon. Counkilman Henry Hweetland, colored, of this city, wait shot th return the body, but will recuvrr. Hanks was shot in five places and will die. Harvey, who Is m jail at Greenfield, is probably fa tally wounae'J. . if ii Heu COJJ-UMPTiCH BRONCHITIS SCROFULA COUGH OR COLO Throat ifoctloa Wasting of Flesh Or r ZH wHert tht Three and Lmff are InUtmtd, Imik tf Btrtnglh T JVerwe Fmwtr, v- " relieved ami Cured ey THE CELKB HATED EXAM1HLNU fHYSICIA.4 OF THE - i.nnm t Attn isrmtlfCAT ITiSTlTITTR. , TC--.- 'r'-. .... ..t .ana ..i,.i . nnn 38 k iQ W. Bar SL. Out WJl uni IB Sun BOra. UOi-uaDiis.u. wcui .i-iw 1000. mw .w,ai.- na ra-Mos of ifew York, the well known and sneeeesfnl 8lclH.t In , Chmnlo lOlse snd ?Wr' the matest cure known for all d.s, . ""r,Z"--rZ mZrAT, hmn'e trcaU kntht new ana nevrr-iniiuix rcme-iy, " ,:7fiV7";ia rark Iai iiillZILt .0ar5intl nRat. Eotlroly hafiiilcn, ami catifjr applleq. CwUJJL.A-t3- HI gv.tii.-Mti--. COTT'S or PURE COD LIVER OIL WltJa Hypophosphltea. PALATABLE AS MILK. , JJt rW Jeetf'S ErnuWen, end Water. -f-M sc eeeleit indue wets to aeer-t m swSeUlufs. " Bold ly all DruggUU. tcoTT BOWME.Chemlats, fl.Y, Pil wire eves, crocked Una. t'.haiiped I...I..U. nd all'skln eruntlon. arc cured i,u Dr. "enntr's German Eye Salve Wi.rranteid to aatislv or tnonev refund -.1. K.r sale by F. D. Felt, Wellin nnd A. J. Lturrell. Hunllneton , ' ' 23-28 crraiMO or rtLES oUAA3TBaD.-win i BlluO to. u mm e( lJi- -n l.fl rpvai. (la ywt TOtWO MSN Who her btoa fluirr miiierr '.' ttnUM tmi t.ur.cUi. k.blu Mc .nr.uaUI i.fif U' a aaM-r rt Umu-ikI of ,.tint ma i-u4 ulrnt wki teUluel lau-M. ; tall teunaux- ijb. roawcii-A't ."'"t ,. SV SI ;,., ,,n tnom lor ..lii In l bi k h-1". . it 1 too, 'toor.oi..J u.7 r-ilu... o .!. toon, .''". tl VI alll.r-oo- tt oli.l, or flJiliooK. t-'0 ot :.' tul. Irit,. ooii-orro ooTu-t OM rot proouooo, Ulihilot ' vrt itXfero.rtol w.llo.0 tol0. 'iwo o-o oLlkt -SvWro It 6 t 1010. A w-o - lw rr,Vi oT,.o4 tbo rt of Soot, a ro.Ui-1 -C1T MmHStn, - potmonoour out tl al -.l-t "MO Ml oAoololol, roowrt porloot toonol. ' TJ S ttm obo on uooblo ! rr,oofit ovooooilom ot 11 "Jo?' . h.oallah. hurnlnoor ot.aMloff H'O. ?!..7..Tr7TTi..ii la a rooootr tI.o po..'l toeiwt , tor. Oo oiomlooiwa of wo on.orj - ? . ' ffit?ol w n W oS o-notUrt om.ll rrU.I-i ot on;.. "'" .111 ho . ttla or B.II0..O o a. oo. In . .7 " . a Thoro ore nonr men srss'j riia-r; - - irioud oi rt oot.n- -tionooo. To will noruue e torfoot euro In on. k tu, nut a nt-lbr ruuitiloa el Ika (oalH. nrtonrj creono. , . ItllVA 3 ML'WSBCS-atoS Mooa, Toneroel Tnlai, Clool, hu.i'iro, H.mlnol hmlxloDO, Uu of S.iool rowor, IWOOOO.I ol " "101 urrooo, nou.ui ,n , .., Loinrr rrn .ku 1. ol hoblu ol root or ooxool hobIM tt a. n.to ii.n, or o ,r .uu U,i 4.fi"-loo thoouool ronotlone, i- .111. out ff M,romll . loolloon rroo ind tlrtollr ooiifi'lruilil. A-wluio coroo toaroBlerd. So rl.to tnourrod. . Inrfo ''h"0 rr- IJ ...niN, oim nrv - vm tiuao o'.un jjL - oil aru or mo Inlua Sluoo. 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