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m m glggaBBSSSSSBSlsBSSSSBaBBBal8BassslssBBaasBSSBBBaBBSMBaaaBBalB COVSVY OBSERVEK. I ff f i. h n ou our;n, n. c. 5 nTivY. - - - JuXK 7 184-Lii-r'N' rates : r, m iftr to le paid in advstce, tl."0. 0r:.-I."tV. fi.00. oO cL. DVKTI.MN KATES: jfr'- . n.,,-. ii : rt-. "in- i. $1 in. M m subsequent insertion pfl(v.n-t Nie. r weeks, rash, -Si ntd whMi phTrarut i d layed foi jI.ocftrJvrtKerafnts 10 cent per jl.r K-lit'r v; not be re-porsible or vi. '.v- ot correspondent. iv. rti- in' iitii mi l -onrmu ideation rj.Vt br -fiit in by Wednesday of each pftpT 'n put to pros en Thun- J,V i" II 1' Uia uz .-CKi mii.u lilt; on Friday. Tiii. .r tli' only newspaper pivoniii In ttriu''- oiinty. and every citizen of ,,,. i ..iintv should take it and encour tp j.iibli ati'ii. vtl to th'n office, at once, notices of tui; ri deaths, :i -fUl'-il ti. fc. ill faet -w r -vUimi of interest, and we will rake . :r. f in publishing. It Is the desire ,.f IMitnr of this paper to publish u rirt-' ! ih ijiity newspaper. .a a VTIIK OFFICE OF THE OR- N;K COUNTY OBSERVER is ON CHURTON ST , OVER HAYES' DRUG STORK.. Head 1'aikn' new advertihe- (Ilt In' N is tli- time to give your t, , S.irni h Voi:m Oil. Uirouiig. friend, Mr. Watkins M T'lim i, 18 on a Visit to Hillriburo. -Mm. A. J Robertis lied at her l.oriK- in L ille River township lat ::i,-l:iy lliI.L .Mr C M. l'aiks has sold four un lit 1 and thirty tons of iei li'izcrb il.c jirfhuiii hcariwii. Don't thai look I, til? bllrJIifhh Honey ! I have on hand a lot (in.- Uvh iioin-y juHt isiken from the i.ncs t.'aiNat my harness shop. J O.St AH "1 DRNER W e are requested to call the aitei ni ih: i ad overseers li the t.'i'l ron iitji-n of the i ad n.n- i.iiiyj limn HiiUljoi vt in Reck Springs. A! x. ih riidoi', c l., u ell known I,, u , convicted at Rookinonam com t nt sit'aiinj4 a watch, and h-eni to iiie ptniitniiaiy tor thre )c;ii.-. livi iy Bottle of ShrinerV Indi tn riniJ'ijie : in oai anU cl to t'tve r.Rlictiction il uei ac:ordin to dl n?ctioii. Fur .i. i;e by V. V. llayis, 1)iii4im!s. l;iu-.i l of the tlx lister ii.tinn lh h ,.t lA'u.toii Eiiiwn ,5 J une lbh-th' 'l;u:e iiis bi- ii changed lo Mi. 'iiniii.as .M. ClieekV. Sv-e ad- c: liriii n: . Mi it S mdvvick :nd biid-., M . i ii L. v i ui .Sv'lf. , - : !ti. v t . ui l).u bfiii. r-jn-ii I ! ...t k a. !., ,iio S. i lid W cUV. i i 1 J 1 1 .. in . i . i. I or rluiii' -xi-rrics d lilt C i; . t.TiuM' .'via if and Femaie Ai id- niv, w h ci took pint-e Friday, Ma olih, va aitendt-d by a laiye tiinidn-r ot pO"pU-. The Tate it Troliner fi nirinix in; '.s at Mrb.in'v ille, whs todd la.st ruo-da) by A W. Giaham, triistee, t :i n t!';i, to Mr. Eugene More I "t f)ul, am. 'or $.,GU0. -T ;ei e o:if urn a liot ohane t the N. C R it lioiuii West arrives ediile 1 ai T! i . IS l,i t": b. ji. in. See M hedule ,i :p..ihcr eohimii. I' ! llrl.tis" l'mliili4 fiir Tier. !'. Iitv, are offered on j ' I i' i taibl'e a.i.se.S no j ' xt I - ' ' pi i'l oi n. who kn w , ' "Hit. II tr. :s Renedv t.,i I . t. .Mi. ' ! M . t r? 1 i '.trie . t ii.e r,:., k nrc i. ' ! i-. M tx -j:i:h. IV A P C itfS, Z T. Lloyd and M'ms 'in Svkt. Hv tUo s:i.ne. on lhe 'h- day. Mr. H J. Uaiw t. Miss M. -u- T a-, a: t he .lesidenve d the ! ; : :rh .. ' . v hid the pU'lMire nt 'attend- ' ' 1'ienie vjiven by our I n-by- : if .it the mountain snriit. : i v . M i -ot ti Kverythn.g pa!)-; "tl lU'.iH.Ttit I v. Mill all itrntiPtil ' V i I . ----- - - f ' . . III illllM'.'t'' - 1 J' 1 ' 1 iheii.e! en, and none more!is4i, I nil. attm l 11 ' ttau the little ones. It' y ui sutler w ith Sick Head aV. t'"iiHiijtion, Dizziness, S -iir inaeh, r Hiliotw Aliaeks Emo Lirri.E Cathartic Pii.ls a ill tt'nove Vim: n a r.Mfiil.'il or nt ih u"els thev so n equal ; verv s,i!!, one to three a dose. Li cents Just received at Mrs. M. L. Jailer's Millinery Store, a new ami! 'aut lul st.tek of Ladies Jewelry. : c;nTli,, ,rirl Ear Ringx, Fin - R-acelets, Omau.enis tori ll.-iir Je., etc. Rhine Stone a. new and verv nreitv hrillia,,- -"oiu.s, a. new and , , J'welry. Also, a new stock ! ' Ladieb Neck Wear. r The lni Sing Chrn, for Je by J. E. Jones, i the lest on "e luarket. Mers. A. W. ra I'lni i n .... it ian wainertm, ljtoma ft jlugheH and (iatou Stanford use ih uMl Swini? Churn rwl k;..u, pleased with it. Thev are .dlti.r like I "ke hot cakes. Call and s?et one of ilr- J F Tnn.,- . v r all ' KCnt' bcforC lbC-V b ' THE DIAMOND SHIRT. The old established firm of Danie Miller & Co., which bis sinte 1846 held a representative and command ing position in the Wholesale Dry 'Special to the Neva and Observer. Goods and Notion trade of Balti-I 1)ubham, N. U., Jane 3rd. Yoa more, organized four years aco a! wUl. bUg bLy ialTi'm the earli ... , go a est issue oi the Neics and Observer inannfcturing department in con- Uu following names: Z. B. Va.rce iioilinn urttVi tboir knelnoa.! C . I a- TM T - "v-v",w" """usbb, iur me manufaclnre ot Shirts and Ov oralis. This department has rapidly devel oped into an industry giving con stant employment to two htrbdred and fifty hands, and has become an important and growing branch of their business. "The Diamond Shirt", has been widely advertised and pnshed until its recognized nier it commands for it the largest sale of any 6hirt in America. For sale by C. M. Parks, at the Bazaar, Uillsboro, N. C. The congregation of St. Mat thew's Episcopal church will have a picnic at the mountain spring Satur day, June 7th. It is the earnest de sire of Rev. Joseph W. Murphy that all of his people atteud, ami they are at, liberty t invue their friends. The hour for assembling at the spring has beeofixed at 10 o'clock. We return thanks lor a family invi tation. Mr. Jos. G. Coolcy, Agent of the N. C. R. R. Co. at Hillsboro, says that more freight was received at Hiilsboro dinin' the months of April and May, limn was ever re ceived here before in the eft me length ot time. That C. M. Parks' ireight bill for the last ivi weeks in April, and for every day in the month of May, av erased over $100 per day. FLUE IRON AND FLUES. Parks5has a tremendous stock of Piping made up, 10 and 12 inch, for Tobacco Barns, Joints aud Elbows. 10,000 pounds of Flue Iron. Tho County Commissioners ad journed from Monday to Friday. Proceedings next week. A Maruelous Story TOLD II TWO LITTERS. FROM THE SON : Gentlemen : My father resides at G1oy.t, Vt. He has been a great sufferer from Scrof ula, and the inclosed letter will tell you what a marreloua effect Ayer s Sarsaparilla has hafl In his case. I think his blood most hare contained the humor for at least ten years ; but it did not show, except in the form of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about fire years ago. From a few spots which ap peared at that time, it gradually spread so as to cover his entire body. I assure you he was terribly afflicted, and an object of pity, when he began using your medicine. Now, there are ' few nien of his age who enjoy as good health as he has. I could easily name fifty persons vho would testify to the facts in his ease. Yours truly, W. M. PHIlXlrt. FROM THE FATHER : Ztl a duty for n.e to state to you the benefit I hare deriTed from the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. M months ago I was completely eorered with a trrtMo humor and scrofulous sores. Th hu'ui.r caused an ineessant and intolerable" itchiitfr. and the skin cracked so as to cans blood to flow In many places wheneref I inocd. My sufferings were great, and my l:f a bunion. I commenced the use of the a ksapaiiilla in April last, and hare used i regularly since that time. My condition tvgn to improve at once. The sores hare 'l )iuitvt, and I feel perfectly well in erery '.,'ct being now abte to do a good day .rk, alt Uough 73 years of age. 3Iany inquire r baa wrought such a eure in my ease, and t t.U ibem, a I hare here tried to tell yott, A-. rrt s SAasArAniLLA. OloTer, VU, Oet. 1n2. Yours gratefully, HiCASI PHTLLirS." Arm' P vi vrAaitL. currs Scrofula) n1 .all '-rofulous Coutlalnte, r'.ryslp .x, 5fi-m-i. I'.Iurrvorsn, Blotrbee, v.r-, '.: ;', Tiimom, sktui Eruptions) of : . .. ;i; n. U -: r-i tUa b! od ot all impti- : :'.!. -id j'.o: KS rita'i'.y tn4 ..-! Ji-ti. :j tl.e tv-:o1-i y-;"n. rK rr AKTtli SY j C. Ay-r A Co., Lov,et!, Mass, . i t .51 Ifrufc.tu; Jt.ala fcottk for $h T TAXI J'or tin- l-- i- t :. ti.il.:'..... :, :.. T:. us. r ! At Ed ward A. Tin ill" - June l.Jth. 14. 'u F:i Iv. At Thom. - M. Jtiue'l4th. Ch.--u"s. tiii" S.itonl .y T - .n - - d.iv. At ri ivuiviVy Station, ou Juic 17th. ; : ! At IIHNNro. nil Saturday. -Tune 2It, ; mxl from the 2 Jib to tNth iiie!ni. N. 1. II A IN. Tax Litir. "V i i C Y, ne Elecfifm Prcinrt, at T its.n Brown's, in Hill'Nim iuwnship. hns teen riove-V to David Hoiatr'. By order of tho Board of Coamiv 1ouer of Orange County : JOHN LAWS. CcTk. . . . PRIZE. ise he .nd Hx cents for Kstage. and recen e warraMlt, genuine aiwl uf the U-t otwl hit?hly ; free, a costly .x ot gitods which will j Uv ()rJer rtuwered with earv .md help all. of either sex. to more money 1 ri-ht ' iy than a,l-vtia"fif h uu ! world. Fortunes await the woikers a!v ! .liitvlv ire. At oinc addre-TRCK A i C., Anguta. Maim-. A CALL FOR THE OLD WAR HOUSES. Vance, Jarvis and Graham. iur uuveruor, x uoraas jarviB lor Lieutenant Governor and John W. Graham for Congress iu this dis-! tricl. These will be sure winners in the race. The boys must stand aside this year -as we think it will require the old war horses to win. W. T. Black well. The County of Orange will pre sent the name of John W. Graham for nomination before the Congres sional Convention, and we thank Mr. Blackwell tor the compliment paid our countyman. Graham, it nomi nated, will be elected by a large ma jority. Dr. Wm Stradwick killed a sheep the other day that weighed 90 pounds, and from which he got 6 pounds of wool. - The sheep netted $10, and was raised without any ex pense, having lived ou cedar berries, pine tops, wild onions, fcc. Now who says that sheep raising is not more profitable than dog raising? Judge Ruffin tells us of a gen tleman he saw by the name of Wil liams, who lives in the dark corner of Peroh county. Last year he rented a farm for $150. He sold the tobacco made on that farm for upwards of 68,000. He expended $800 5u fertilizer.' " x " M ss Hobart Murphy, of WiK mingion, Delaware,' is visiting her brothei, Rev. Joe. W. Marphy. C M. Parks in agent for the cele brated Diamond Shirt adveitised elsewhere in this paper. N KWDVKRTl5 KM ETf s7 AYER'S Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure all eases of map larinl disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and Lifer Com plaint. In case of failure, after due trial, dealers are authorized, by our circular of July 1st, 182, to refund the money. Dr.J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. .IM.IAM LYNCH, DENTIST, Will visit .'Chripel Hill the first Mnnri.it ! in each month. :ind remain two week. All v.i leit witii Dr. A. ('. Kolx-ison o.- I). Met '.iiilev. hq-. will he promptly utlei'de l to. iu will ul.-o vi-it IIillh -r the third Monday in each inoiitli. (Hlive nexl door to Lyneh" jewelry stoie. TOTICE OF ADMIXISTltATIUN. T.ettor? of Admiiiitr;ilioh upon the estate of Sarah AVood. having this day been isned to me by the Snjierior Court of Orange County, notice is hereby given to persons indebted to the estate to make immediate payment, md all persons holding elaims against the estate must present them to me w ithin f. year from this date or this no tice will he plead in bar of their re covery. This 22od riav of Mav, 1SS4. MMl'SON ". VO()IS, Administrator. "DMIN ISTRATOK'S NUTICK. V. Having this day qualified a Admln Mstrator upon the etate of Harvey M. j Hurch. 1 hereby notify all persons in ; riebteri to the etate o make immediate i payment, and all persons holding claims j against the estate must present thm to 1 me within twelve months from this j date or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. This 2sih riav ot , Mav. 1884. NKLSOX I. HAI.C Admtnistrator. NIP SEED FOR SALE. Dr. Pride Jones. Clerk ef the Superi or I. 'out t of Orange 'otmly, i-ays : Jes--e l'urlhi. who wai tr.iitttHl by th' "late Judge Rulllu'as a gar lener, ami who i juuticularty xport-i in saviotj garden and other eeiN. oilers fur sale seed of th'' Vhite. Nortolk Gl !-. hr-ven Top ' n.id !;.e 'to; r lone rkin Turnips.; The - -ni :;ve i 1 liirr -:!f and fit-m ! xdecied ixts. 1 ik piej.-ure in re-i ; commending hi t- I. He can be found : j at his home one mile east of Hillboro on the Durham road. ; I hive on baud a fine lot 4 I-ite Flat Dutch and Drum Head Cabbag ! Plant. Asparagus roots guppliel in i any quantity. All ordtrs will receive - prompt attention. JESE RUFFIN. J1R..EMAX vt ZACHARY. I'BOl'UIETOUS K j CJo. HhopH Drujf Store, CO. SHOPS, N. C. ! DEALE4tS IN Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals. Dye. Paints, Oils. I-nmp. Snap.. Tolltrt ; .! .n. les Fine Perfuraen'. S . tionerv. Combs, Bruln-, Trus-s-s, vfec. Ac. Flavoring Extra ts ami Eeiu CHOICE 1 BCtO AND (TGAiiS Our Stock oi Meou 'ines i complete. dUpatch. Prescription aud Familv Re gj, ful J eciie carvfallv cfmiw,unded. Don t ! fail to give ti; a trial. lepeetftt!!r. ' Absolutely Pure. . Tbis powder never varies. A" marvel of purity, '-strength and wtaoleeomeness. Muro n t Til i i i:i 1 tVnit ln iT)nv kinds, and canuof be s-old in eompeti- j tion with the muliitude of low test. short weight, alum or phosphate pow-j riers. bold only in cans, jcdtal Baking Powder Co., 103 WalUt., NY. 1875. l8-. MILLINERY GOODS. THE VERY LATEST STYLES. JynS.J"MATTIK TAYLOR, MILLINER UILLSBORO, N. C, has received a larie, select and com plete Stock of Spring and Summer Mil iinery Goods,T.,adies Dress Trimmings, Ac., &e. J E W KLRY sty Utdi, cheap. NOTIONS a full line. BUTTRRICK ''PATTERNS on hand or ordered for customers. Having for nine 3eats successfully conducted a Millinery establishment in Uillsboro-, I believe I can come veir near pleasing the public. With many thanks foi past patronage, I earnestly and respectfully solicit 'a liberal share in the lu tit re. MRS, M. L. TAYLOR. tion, Thioat,Lana. fall idee, M p., rooU. eott. fr MARRIAGE AND HEAL GUIDE. IWpgS llluatratd. fall tta DB. ho Ma all that tb doubtful curious or thocfatfnl wnt to, knotr. Cloth na KiuotoaiaMJ en, ipr aoc, aiar f rias Ooide, 144 p lSe.atat MM, aadMSXw Btt.bf DR. WHintcR p.W.VTV... ln eroatapeclHtrsi, .Nerroin iwdiuii, t imaimm to MairiaCB, CBultMon and PnnQnlet fr, V. GRAHAM, ATTORNBY-AT-LAW, ;iIIii.lsboko, N. C. - - Practices in Counties of Orange, Dur ham. Person. Granville mid Caswell. fOTlCE. The notes and account? due Allison & AddvML.for guano sold by Tate & Trolii.i ! . Agents, have Iteen placed n my h;ur; tor ollec'.iou. Parties i -ric'iteri tnn-'. e'l- promptly b- May Is , !.?4. t.i i m .(l-. us my instruct on: .tie po-.tivc A. W. GRAHAM. A nil. 2:5. 11- BY VIRTUE OF A MORTGAGE Deed made Jfrri'e 7th, 179, to J . T, Womble and Wm. Lipscomb, Trustees, by Ko!-it G. R.isse'd, I will sell for cah mi tin; pn-mi-es. to the highest bidder, that property in Orange county known us SOUTH LOWELL MILLS. Sale to take place on Saturday, July 12. 1SSI. J. T. WOMBLE. Tilt-tee. April 12. 1SS4. HARQI8 RCtaCDY CO.t.Oasuesv btm srra- tT. LOUsS. tscx KOROB AT40 CATTLB POWDBRO He Bomb via sw et Ooioc Bcrs or Lvm ft m. tf Foatrs rovten aw aaad la Baaa. Footn evef ran aod svwtat Boa CsMcaau. Foetrs fol79 wf3 wtmt SUfa nr TtrwiM. torn rwsn will iammt ta isaTii of stCk &4 nw rcty par rU aa4 r-aU taa ts Taem raman wa ecraer prtrsat aEscesi l rwaa.n tr. U m .-4 f m.mm ahw' Ftsvm ftniM wiu. arra aa-risracnasi. avid m. rone tww axrxaioa.KXk. For aala by W. A. HsTa, D ro; xnmvouo WEAKtlCCO ESraWR' V tt tor MtasfVa j i m stsssaaS HAR0I8 RCC3CDYCO.C.CteiEss, ; SAsaorr awo ptm srry, tT. tOUO. SSCX J ' TAILSl NOTICE i rpHAT VE ARE IX RECEIPT OF A LARGE AND VaUIKD hTOCK OF - that we van ll x- low as ltt lowesL If we cannot uit rfeU In CLOTHING AND HATS, you mv?d not go farther. V? are Sole Anta for FARMERS FRIEND GUANO, 'the best Fertilizer ou the market.) NATIONAL TOBACCO ANI DURHAM BULL FEBTIIJZKRS. All of which we will Bell on the mot fit vocable terms. Also Aent lor CLARK'S O. N. T. SPOOL COITON, OSBOKN REAPERS and MOWERS, GEISER SEPARATORS, RICHMOND UORSK POWERS, GRAIN DRILLS, UAY RAKES, THE CELEBRATED TenneMHee Wnjron, (the best made,) Ac., to. When you wiih to trade either tor Caih or Barter, come aud see us, and we will satisfy yoa both in price and quality. JAMES WEBB, JR. fc BRO. MAY WOOD THIS ELIZA 9MTf, N.J. 40 ft sssalafus CHpo Ct Charts. a Chssipc.tnt OI.OOO BAStiV A Fl RST-C LASS REST A V H A X 1 OITOlTK THE COURT HOUSE. Th' on erignnl has opened in addi tion io his Barber. Shnr. a --FIRST-CLASS EAT I 'G SALUON and prom ises to give an good as the market w lit afford. Fresh O tters and Fre?h Fih h specialty when In Maou. Orders promptly and quickly filled. 1 hanks for p 11 favors aud solicits luture pat ronage. Repectlnlly, FKtNK W. HARRIS, A lew door.-? above Webb's Store, Hills- boro, N. C. IIOOKEK'S JL It tl STORE, HILLSBORO, K. C. PAINTS OILS, DRUGS, DYE STUFFS, Ac. A Fresh Supply of Toilet Article just received, and Cheap. SOAPS, COLOGNES, TOOTH and HAIR BRUSHES, COMBS, POMADES, Ac, Ac Cattlk PowuKRi 15, 20 A 25 cts. Simmon's Regulator 15 cts pkg Iron- Toxic 50. 90 A $1. Horse Lisimekt The Hore Lst friend, at Hooker's Drag Stor. FBm Prescript iocs carefully coat poorided at all hoars. DR. O HOOIvi.lt, Drugf, riillsUoro, N. C. JSO. W. GK All All. G RAH A 31 d kL'iIIX, 1 ATTOR n kts-at-l a w, U!t trTiO!a. K. C. t i Jnrmoucc lu v.-. ttUe f Au- mance, CAwe I, Durtum. (ial.f .vd. N E2 XT O. I O O O D H An openino ur 7nu wkkk A I.AKGK AND ATtHACTIYfc STOCK OF 8 P A I AT Q O O V b S , con Istlnjt of PRINTS, LAWNS. WORSTEDS, FOPUNS NUN'S VEILINGS, BUNTINGS, SERGK2,C, J Al COTTON N ADES, JANES, CASIIME1U1ET1'&, TRICOTTS, SALEM JANES, SHEKTINGS, YARNS PLAIDS: I hav a splendid asaortQerit of Cuba aod Porto Rico Molaaaet. Farraem Friend, Watt fc DitifJ Plows. AUo, Avery's Double and SingU Shovels. Am Arent for th eelebraltd "Anchor" Brand Fertilizer, which it unexcelled for Tobacco. I alt-o sell the wonderful Dav't4 Swin Churn; it makes more and better butter than any other churn. I am better prepared to servo my friends and tnrtocr thau ever be fore. Call and be con ti need. J. E. JONES lhm Old, t7lf TrtsMl tysmdsjrful rHMhh QcAsmtna Dfjftidls. bni .CwitMl, af liMsjtSf Wla.nfrtM tSa !Jfd O' jjr I isiawsi Tatav A r SsS SySWS) Ss SM K2sMs4sssSjttt OsssBSssasflSt m sO PUIasis lMaavSWa. Tl Him ItMHkMlUfMi mi wcMta PI HoUSOe.. T MIE OLD BELT ABLE THE NEWS AND OBSERVER? S. A.' Ashs, Editor, itiic tt, xv. c;. The-!arjtct snd best Ipr published i i the Statr. W give ful reporta of rrlirloiusJu- rationnt. business and political mret- ina. ail the w. accurate msvrket r pu5,.ertal triea, Ac. We mill give 4 a premium A WVIERBURY W.T !I f r e ! any tt rsou -ndinx Huh nf i ;.ual pat ! up uttaeribeM to t.a witk.v- 'lake on- f. pair and tUn rriH; for the" Wr.r wi.r .V.w ANi :.. iWceklv one ar .. Dally one year f 7.M. ISTSend your name tor sample oj y - Tmnnr- Dioonocnao livqd. 'ATS4MS. mm 4. Vaun la aJ prompt . roitsi tea ftiur tMat U.r - PKhAanf yre ACrrtOOTQ TO UALARtA. texst a isasa nan. vast Cnaatts tv4 Ha nsr !tatt lnvs iks sa ff M4. TWy feat Wa rjaiaral aaaysw I faVl tea a tr Tom Mm DVIL eav Rim trsaseast asssaa0as) CteaAhr Su at CUjsS) I iMrfUSt vT ateca a ill v f taast trrmv a4 ay Piayisrs as? aaaiS ay i sfaaa raaataa WfSv tT.. M Svrray taraat. Kw York. 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