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rilfc DAILY JJAlRO bULLEtiN! SATUfibAY MOKN1NU APKIL JG, 1834.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia Sciatica,
i Lumbaoo. Backache, Hesdichs, Toothache,
r Throat, at-rninr. Npralna, Bruises,
Burn. Mrsld. Vroat HI tea.
.,. ?,B Vl WT,,I, Pl .Ml ICHH
Sola j VriiuKU an Daal.rnv.rjah.ra. Viru Out. bolllt.
Dlra.il.ai Id II Lrtu.
THE I'HAKI.KM A, VOOKI.ER CO.
Health and Jappiness.
M 9 DO AS OTHERS
C7007r have dome.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
"Monty Wort brought me from nir grate, u it
wr, attar I had been gir-n up by IS ben doctor, in
D-Aroit." JL W. Uvrenuz, Mechanic, lonla, Micu.
Are your nerves -weak?
TldneyWort cured ms from nrui opakti'-aa
Co., titer I was not -.parted to lire."-Mrs. M. U. b.
Uooawln.id.CVkrMlian JTonilur CWrelaud, O.
Have you Bright's Disease?
"Kidney Wort cared rae when in water was lust
Uk chalk ami lliu Ilk blood."
finnk Wilson, Peabody, Iw
Suffering from Diabetes ?
"Kidiwy-Wort la tli. most .uccesaf ul reuiJ 7 1 ha-s
rrar ajuU. Ulre Umixl Immediate relief."
Ir. KUlllpC. JJaiiuQ, Moot ton, VI
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Kidney-wort cured ua of chronic Liy.r blnaM
aftar I Drajrad to die."
Henrj Ward, lata CoL 1Mb Nat Guard, H. T.
Ia your Back lame and aching?
"Kidney-Wort, (1 bottle) cured lua when I waaao
lam. I bad to roll out of bed."
C. M. Tailiuage, Milwaukee, Wis.
Have you Kidney Disease?
"Kidney-Wort made nwi aound in liver and kidney.
aftr jaart of nnaucreaflful rtnetoring. It worth
le a box, "Sun l Uodtrea, WUiiaiuauwn, Went Va,
A "i 1-. rt
aiv yuu buustipitieu r
TUdn-y-Wori causes eajy evacuation, and cured
m. after M years ue of other in.-di' inw "
ihuoo t aircoua, at- Aioana, a.
Have you Malaria?
TldWT Wort has done b-tter than any other
ramady I bar sr. or u-d In n y prartir-."
In. It. 1C Clark,bouth Hero, VI.
Are you Bilious?
TTldney-W'ort hai done ma more guod than any
other remedy I have ever taa-n."
Mrs. I. T. bailuway, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Kidney Wort Jxrmanml.' r nrtd Ine of blooding
pllea. ht. w. C. Kline recommended It to me."
Geo. O. Hunt, Caahier M. bank, M jftrslown. Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kldwy Wort cured me. after 1 waa given up to
die by uhrateuui and 1 had aafTered thirty yean.'
Klbrtdg Malcolm, W ert bath, Mama.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kidney-Wort cured me of peculiar trouble of
eeTerai year atandl n ir. Many fnandaua and praise
1. m k. u r 1.1. 1 . u . .... 1
If you would Banish Disease
1 and gain Health, Take
Tm blood Cleansir.
It It a harmleas TegeUlile in-run. very delicimu to
the taate. Reltevea at ouce aud 1 a ixwitive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this noellent remedy.
Dtottumt in trn tmvuapt anumpnny evrry bolllt.
AIX DISEASES OF TIIE BI.WP. STOMACH.
Liver, Bowel and Kldneya: fir all diwiiwn origin
atini; In impairment of the llnod, n. Aniemla, n It
Headarhe, Nrrrnumem, Female W euKiiPwea. Liver
Complaint. D"plla, jKiiinlire, Kilinunio-a and
Kidney UHwuiea, tlm mrdli ine I nl. ltit- y iiure.
Tliia medlritie do n.t contHin any mineral, is Kb
olutely Teuetahle. rwlorea the Idiiod M a liwilltiy
condition, reifulatlnit ti'wM and sui plying de
ncienclra, and prevent disease.
XMrtcrloai ta fen Umguagtt accompany mry boUlt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
70B SALS SV ALL DRUGGISTS
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SC11UII,
Snecial Atrts. in this oitv.
ORANGES AND FLORIDA.
Better than Breezes aud Blossoms -Under
a New Jtla.
Even the balmy air and orange ur.-ves
of Florida fail to keep its people full of
happiness and comfort. Art must help na
ture erery where in the tropics as among
the pines of the North. "And, chitf among
the blessings which are adapted to all
zones," writes Dr. J. G. Wallace, of Fort
Dade, FU., "is Parkeus Ionic, it seems
to have the world for a field, and most ot
the current diseases yield to its action. I
hare Ufed it in the case of a delicate and
dyspeptic young lady with the moht grati
fying results. It seemed to accomplish
with ease what the usual prescriptions and
treatment for that miserable milady failed
wholly to bring about. I am also glwi to
state that the Tonic has greatly relieved me
personally of a troublesome atonic condi
tion of the Btomach of long standing. It is
the ideal purifier and iuvignranr."
Messrs. Hiscox & Co. call especial atten
tion to the fact that after April 16, 1883,
the name and style of this prppnration will
hereafter be simply Parker' Tonic. The
word "Ginger" is dropped, for the reason
that unprincipled dealers are constantly de
ceiving their patrons by substituting in
ferior preparations under the name of Gin
ger; and as ginger is an unimportant fla
voring Ingredient in our Tonic, we are sure
. that our friends will agree with us as to
the propriety of the change. There will be
no change, however, in the preparation it
self; and all bottles remoining in the hands
of dealers, wrapped under the name o
"Parker's Gikoer Tonic," contain the
genuine medicine if the signature ot Hiecox
& Co. is at the bottom of outside wrapper.
tin tin in
A LUCKY FLOWER-SELLER.
Mrs. Busannah Emorioh, of Phila
delphia, Frills Heir to Un
The 7ealtb of a Man Who Has Been in
His Grave 135 Tears About to
A Former Partner of th! Astors Who
Amassed Money t'y t!.e Millions
and Hid His Will.
Piiiladklimiiv, Pa., April One of
the most fami.hir fare-, un Chestnut
street Is Unit of Mrs. Sn -iinuiih Kmerlch,
a spruce lit t! j '.voniiii who has a flower
Ktand at the corner of that thoroughfare
and Twelfth btr'.-i t. She is uever absent
except ou llie bltaliest of winter
days, and drives quite a lucrative
business from the sale of nosegays,
being patronized by all classes. To-day a
somewhat romantic story was brought to
light about th- little llower-s.:l!er, which,
if properly veriiiod, will soon lift her and
her fauii:y oiit of the ranks of compara
tive obscurity to tint of coeial and other
imminence that vast wealth brings. Mrs.
Kmerlch Is said to be an heiress to
iiiilions, and it Is ass'Tted that
'.here will bo very little dUllcuUy in
!stablihliinu' tli': necessary relationship 111
)rder to hec-ure the money that now
iwaits un owner. Mrs. Kmerlch, who
ives with hr son, Wm. H. Kmerlch, at
So. ltii'S l'cdt-rul street, e aims to be ouo
if the heirs of John Nicholas Kmerlch,
alio died, as Is supposed, without a will,
ibout years ao. He was a native of
ilesse-lJarmstadt, and amassed his
wealth in the ocean trade. His
iirtners were Stephen (iirard and
lohu .Jacob Astor. lie died on one of his
wn vessels at sea while on his way to
Philadelphia, and his remains were
irouuht to this city and burled In the old
jernian Lutheran Cemetery, the present
tite of Ulth and Cherry streets. At his
leath Kmerich's estate was worth several
Million dollars, but it has iucreascd since
ind is to-day worth AJj.ooO.nuo. This in
Mudes 4,'ioO,o(io on deposit in the -IJank
if Knglaud, lare sums deposited else
.vhere, and valuable property hi this city,
New York and tie rmaiiy.
lil'ltlNii TI1F. PASI CKNTI'KV
jersons claiming to be the rightful heirs
lave several times set up claims, but no
(ettlemeut was ever reached. The pres
:nt agitation grows out of an application
uade by Mrs. John I5oss, of l'ittsburjh,
o Max Schambiiri!, the Austrian Consul,
10 st-curi a distribution of Kiuerich's
sstate. She claims to be one of the heirs,
ind that Knierich wns her maternal
iraud-uncl''. She recently received
'roin (itnuany a paper giving a brief
iccouiit of the limliiig of a will lu an
)bl book in a Philadelphia church.
The matter was not mentioned for the
eason that the name of the maker of
.he will. John Nicholas Knierich was
lot remembered by even the oldest luein
xrs of the church, and also becau-e It
was evident the paper bud never
)een admitted to probate. Mrs. Hoss
it once reported the discovery to
loun Ki ssler, her son-in-law, and
ibout the same time letters were re
:eived from relatives in (ienioiny and the
iiatu-r placed In Consul Sehamberjr's
Sands. Mrs. Kmerlch, the flower woman
aere. will join with Mrs. Boss. She says
she- will have no dilllculty in proving her
:lalm. She has In her possession a fam
ily Uible containing the records of births
ind deaths of her husband's ancestors,
which traces them back directly to the
dead millionaire. She says there were
two brothers, John Nicholas and lioltus
Knierich, both of whom were very rich.
They were born and raised in Hesse
Darmstadt, where Mrs. Kmerich's husband
and his ancestors were raised. Her hus
band was lianiel Knierich, a son of Ben
jamin Knierich, w ho was a nephew of the
rich brother. Boltusdied in Philadelphia
and disposed of his property by will
Mrs. Knierich has, in addition to her
JJible record, a number of papers proving
her husband's ancestry. There are prob
ably half a dozen other claimants in Phil
adelphia. Counsel has been consulted
and steps will be takeu at an early day to
secure a redistribution of the- estate and
establish the validity of the claims of
Mrs. Knierich and others.
lir.IUM) THE SCENES.
Manager Abbey Sued for Salary Cue to
a Prima Donna.
New York, April 25. Mr. Abbey
was served yesterday with a summons in
i suit brought in the Superior Court by
Sofia Scalchl for $l,3s0, balance of
alary due. The last matinee of the sea
son at the Metropolitan Opera-house had
to be given up ou accouut of Madame
Scalchi's refusal to sing in "Le
I'rophetc," ou the plea that she had just
Inished a hearty meal. In consequence
Miue. Scalchl's name was dropped from
;he programme of Mr. Abbey's benefit,
ind the iJ200 she had contributed to the
irtist's testimonial was returned to her
Dy Mr. Abbey. It now appears that the
balance of the salary due her, amounting
;o 451,380, was withheld. Mine.
Scalchl- s- contract Is dated October
, 1883. She agreed to sing for
sight months at any time that she
should be announced not to exceed three
times a week, and no two days in succes
sion. She was to be paid semi-monthly,
ind it Is said that her salary was $5,000
per month. It was stipulated that the
fares of herself and maid from New York
to either Loudon or Milan should be paid
it the end of tho season. Ou April
11), according to Mine. Scalchl, Mr.
Abbey wrote to her from tho Hotel
Lafayette, Philadelphia, that he had
arranged for her passage by the City of
Chester to Liverpool on Saturday, April
20, and that she could have tho tickets
on application to Marcus Meyer. She
sent to Mr. Meyer, who replied that he
had no tickets for her, and that Mr. Ab
bey declined to pay any expenses from
Liverpool to Milan. This claim will fur
nish grounds for another suit.
Captain Bads' Return.
St. Louis, Mo., April 25. Mr. John B.
Eads arrived In tho city this morning
from New York. He Is looking remark
ably well and his recent trip to Kurope
seems to have done him a world of good.
He will remain In the city but a day or
two, and will then depart for New Or
leans to visit the jetties. '-Do you
know," said he, "that there Is thirty-four
teet and seven-tenths of water In tho jet-
tics, and thirty feet of water Id the
"What is new In the (lalveston harbor
Improvement matter 't"
"Tim reporting of tho Chief Knglnoer
and of the Engineer at Galveston as to
the possibility of the present system ot
Improvement has, 1 understand, tended
to prevent the pushing of my bill. There
has been some misstatement about my
position In this matter, but I don't care to
correct It. I will not go before Congress
to ask an appropriation, but I am cer
tainly free to go before Congress or any
where else and defend myself from any
"What about the ship railway?"
"Work Is progressing. We are grading
"The funds will be secured?"
- "Of that there Is no manner of doubt."
"What have you been doing for the
ship railway abroad?"
"My chief work has been the construe
tlon of a model to Illustrate the action of
the different machinery which will be em
ployed. I have had built a ship about
seven feet long, a hoisting apparatus to
put the ship upon the carriage, and the
model also displays the manner In which
the railway will be built and will work,
ft has miniature basins ou each side, and
really shows the working of the whole
Idea very fairly.
"Did you bring It to America with
"I brought part of it, not all. I left
what I did bring In New Y'ork."
"By the way, Is it a fact that you con
template moving to New York to live?"
"Oh, no. I don't intend to live per
manently In New York. I may reside
there for a time."
The Oreenbaokera Convene.
Lynx, Mass., April 25. The State
Greenback Convention met at eleven
o'clock this morning. About one hun
dred delegates are present.
Judge Andrews was made Chairman.
The delegates are highly elated over the
recent decision of the Supreme Court
aflirming the validity of the greenback.
The resolutions adopted lament the
death of Weudall Phillips; rejoice over
the Supreme Court decision; demand Na
tional paper money and the payment of
the public debt as it falls due.
Baiding an Editor.
Siiei.byvii.le, III., April 25. The
house of KditorLlnn was raided last night
by a band of lawless roughs who stormed
It with a shower of brickbats and stones,
breaking windows aud otherwise defacing
the projicrty, but fortunately doing no
personal Injury to any one. Linu has
been freely criticising certain candidates
lu his paper, the Humid, and the crowd
took this method of manifesting their dis
approval of his course.
Sr. Josei'h, Mo., April 25. W. W
Clark died very suddenly at his home in
this city at ten o'clock this morning. He
had been ill some time. It is thought he
committed suicide. He had lived here a
quarter of a ceiitury aud was fifty-four
years old. Deceased leaves a wife and
two daughters, both grown. He had
been In business for years and was well
kuown and respected.
Newark, N. J., April 25. McKlrgan
Hros. 4 Luke, dry good dealers have as
signed. Liabilities 858,000; assets
Aguero Is still uncaught.
Fourteen buildings burned In West
Ks-Congressman I. N. Arnold died
Thursday at Chicago.
There was a small decline In railroad
Kgyptian affairs continue to absorb the
attention of Frauce to a marked extent.
A trust mortgage of 325,000,000 on the
West Shore ltoad has just been recorded.
Walton's Pick wick won a welter handi
cap at Sandown Park, England, Thurs
day. Prince Hung, the disgraced Chinese of
ficer, Is reported to have committed sui
cide. The Iowa Democratic Convention chose
a THdeu delegation, but without Instruc
tions. Senator Culloiu's bill for an inter-State
commerce commission will be reported
The stealings of Abbot, the defaulting
Massachusetts bauk cashier, are said to
Postmaster Wells of St. Louis has dis
missed H. C. Wright, superfutendeiit of
Something definite is expected to day
from the Western trunk Hue confer
ence at Chicago.
Chas. Braithwaite, the incendiary who
caused a $100,000 fire in Philadelptia,
has been convicted.
Sidney Dillon says the apparent falling
off in Union Pacific earnings la largely a
matter of book-keeping.
General Clinton B. Flsk has been a4
judged guilty of coutempt of court aul
fined 0500 in New York.
At Frankfort, Ky., Thursday a monu
ment was unveiled of Judge Elliott, who
was murdered by Thomas Buford.
The session of the Woman's Presby
terian Board of Missions of the North
west closed Thursday at Milwaukee.
The New York Superlntendant of Pub
lic Works has issued orders for an official
opening of the canals of the State ou May
Kfforts will be made to Increase tho
funds and enlarge the operations of the
British Society for Promvtlon of State
Earl Granville Is not prepared to say
whether or not the Government will rec
ognize the Hag of the African Interna
A State Greenback Convention, held
Thursday In Maine, nominated a candi
date for Governor and delegates-at-Iarge
to the National Convention.
Members of the Mississippi Kiver
Commission appeared Thursday before
the House Committee on Levees, and
explained the work In progress.
John W. Ayers wants to buy tho inter
est of the State of Massachusetts in the
Hoosac tuiincl with a view to operating a
through line of road between Boston and
The report that the new issue of $7,
000,000 Chicago, Burlington & Quiucy
stock was for the purpose of securing a
connection with the Denver <io Grande
City Marshal Davis, of Marshall, Mo.,
shot and instantly killed West Music,
lor w hose arrest ou a trivial charge be
had a warrant, because he put off In a
bout to prevent arrest.
A PiiA.- Homily in (,m t.
Louise Montagu,', I'orcpniigli's ox
beauty, sat Ke.-iily nil day in Judgo
1H!"w's court wiii'ln for the trial of
suit against the circus manager to re
cover t.ie $1 i.OUJ priy . l i Colin, on for
trinl. Sic wis divi-ed ncilv, taste
fully, ami fashionably. Ovvrn' skirt of
black s:ik, eUi'oratoly trimni '.l, slio
wore a i:irk blue j tscv. tight nlinost
to tho point of burning. 'S ic had about
her nick n narrow ri. bon of somu
shaggy siiiirin sik that was tied in u
lar;e bow and ended in ) n-gu tassels.
Big sol.tii'iv ili niion.is soi.rk.eil in her
piiik-antl-whiie ca:s. H r hair was
combed plainly in front :.n I dn.wri up
in two knots in the back, wnieli vvero
held in p ace by a silver skewvr with u
round gi.t top. licr ha: was IIko a
big Hat sliel!, eoveiv 1 with brown vel
vet and garnished wilii beads and long
ostrich plumes, it was worn far im
from tlm forehead. A shadowy veil.
dotted with tiny bends, depended from
the hat's brim and reached just to the tip
of her dainty nose. Tim red and whito
of her complexion s en through this
covering w is not so ijuiiu pronoutie-td
iis when looked at under it. A seal
skin ulster value, as estimated, $750
-was thrown across Iht lap. The too
cf a tiny kid boot now and then peeped
from under a part of it that trailed on
the floor. The spectacle was full of
fascination, for half u score of country
witnesses in a suit about a K ixborough
barn that had a place before tho beau
ty's suit. But the beauty seemed no
more sensible of their admiration than
if she was a wooden woman. Tho suit
dragged so that it took up all tho ses
sion and tin; beauty found herself left.
Under the rules of the court her case
went over lid next term.- llul lliia
LIST OP LETTERS REMAINING- CNL'ALLI.D
KOR IN THE I'OSTOKKICE AT CAIRO, ILL
8ATURrAV, Arm 2'1, 1884.
Hayne, Mat tie
Laud, Nellie 3
Pittton, America 2
Rednihn, M F
Rigit s, Tabetha
ReJdt ws, Cura
Le-trsh, R ey
Ritll-1, J. .sie
Rucker, II umali
Walker, M A
Austin, Wm 2
Ayer, II A
Bowan, J E
Arnold, E W
B-tker, Jos L
Cooper, Z T
Crouch, Underwood Coldman, Alter
Dun, W 0 Dod is, Henry
Dickens, Add Fountain, Wvatt
Farmer, Jas T Fitzgerald, Bird
Fnzier. Ben Hagerty, John
Haslip, Carley Katler, Edw
Line, GV Leah, CP
McConale.R M Mick, John
Manahin; John Mott, John
Miluer, Jas Means, B S
Neibauer, F Newel, Brint
Olson, John Peann, Tims
Pough, Thos Payne, John
Potts, W II Reynor, J M
Robeson, Feelen Rmlgers, Geo 0
Rice, Frank Stone, Nuton
Strong, Geo Smith, B F
Talon, M Taylor, Horace
Taylor, Chas Thompson, B II
KeoniDg, Julius Lodge, K of P
Weaver, Win Wilson, S A
Wood, John W Willis, II 15
Winslow, Geo L Watson, W F
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. McHmr, Postmister
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the iice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ti xns and
t'HCihc Hallway and International aud
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
iicres of tiie choicest farming and grazing
ianiis in the world, ranging in price Irom
12.00 to 300 anil $1.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
tor salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tisties of crops raised in Arkanras and Tex is,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you lenrn that the crop
for 2883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1S8J. lo those purchasing land owned by
the umipmy, and paving- one-lourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed tormoney paid for ticket? orlreight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townseno, Gen'l Puss. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
As when she was Youii?.
"I have used Parker's Hair Uilsum and
like it better tlinn ftnv ttimiUr nremtnttion
I know ol," writes Mrs. Eilen Perry, wife
of Rev. P. Perry, of Coldbmok Springs,
Mass. "My hair was almost entirely gray'
but a dollar bottle of the Bilsani has re
stored tho softness, and the brown color it
had when I was young not a single gray
hair left. Since I began applying the Bil
sam my hair has stopped failing out, and I
find that it is a perftctly hnrmlcss and
In the Hop Porous Plaster the virtues of
Fresh IIop9 are combined with strengthen
,ng and stimulating balsams and its cures
f Weak Back, Pain in the Side, Rheuma
ism( and Neuralgia or Pain in the Chest
ire simply nurvelous. it being more flica
licus and thorough than any liniment or
iquid remedies. You'll say so after using.
OTICK TO C NTRACTOKS.
Office or Crrr Oi.eiik, I
, , . Canto, I I., April Hint, 18SI. f
joaletl prop al will bo rrcnlved at tliiat fllcti
" to he met'tlim of tho City Council May din,
1W, for furulflilni! lumber, remnvluij inirh! and
p1 hlrn council pioeeeflli its. nntlci, otdi
mice, &c. a r qulr d by tho onllrniicei of the
co. Cuiinrll roeervtid the rKht to reject any aud
albltU. For full particular apply to
-Ut d.j. FOLKY, City Clork.
NEW A 1) VK KT IS KM KNTS.
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lutror p,iIoii or turning down wick; puti U
Mil mil il np.eijciin mi Hwiilmut rmiioviiiu liurn
trorrliiiiiiH'v; no wt'irliisj out crew or tolUra:
IllMHta ten yrar. M.',B at ailit; ,'ir.lualya lerrt-
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traied circular, ti-atimoiilaia. s i'nta' rtmi.rta
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this paper. ;
SHI.Tv lT" Introduce mir il"i-ant SILKS,
Oil J IV SATINS unit VPI.VK-N ...rf
P VTf1!! ""Nl Jiutd fto bciiutlftil nlecea, brlt'ht
1 O'OU I colurn. all illll'iiri'iii mil n-h rim.
AY O ! I ,,Ioii u f(imr iiich.'S for SI tit).
Mrnj For 5) ct. (ca-h or atampa) 20
"quar.-a, or mini aciuatt'a for Hi cla. Wo ell
$-J no worth fur $1 so. order for your friends aud
K' tal Co,o lorKOcte. Kmbioluery Hilk, pack
ajie of .0 cu.'ora, ii) eta
IMPORTERS' SILK CO.,
1 13 lonK'uan SI., lliiHIoii, Maei.
A DYKUTISEKS! aend for our So ect Llatof Local
r Rowull Co.. ID spruce
S rcet , New York.
L" i 1) If U "i Jasiie Klver Va., In a north
l1 rl 11 JIO uru i-ctllumeiit. Illiirtrated clr
J. F. AIANCUA.
The moat eonnmloJ and nilm'ti v..
edylrt It!Ufoii't; C'aptiue i'oruuw Hunter. 1'r Ice '25c
1 hnvo a 0"iU9orniiioi!jrfnr tlmnhovndisniaa; by its
tif) thousiuxU ft" ciiat'it of tho w-irn kind and of long;
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