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$itf JrHji IMfotfan. ASTORIA. OREGON! TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19. ISSS. I33URD EVSKY MOENINO ('ivMavetcrii'cit ) J P HALLORN & COMPANY. l'liMi'dCN ai.il Pioonctors, ABTORllh HL'ILO'N(j, . . I A:S .STULT Trrai orstcriptluB. SrTH 1jv ("arrirr, per wok... xmt by Moll per month .. " " one oar.. ........ ... IrPe of poitase to siilncribcM. - ISCtS . C Cti 7.l Tna Astouiav guarantees to Its adver tisers the largest circulation oi anynewspa i'.per published oa the Columbia river. "Cfefef of-police Barry J3 again od declaf.' ' ...- - '. ' Herman, Wi&e has added a line of ..boots and shoes to the stock of goods ho -carries, '"l --Base-yon. ati.fox theLydia Thompson performance? GefoneTat at the New Tork Novelty Store. The British bark Archer cleared for Qaeenstownyesterday..carrying i34"M3:"ueaVrorth-3S3,7O0. Parties holding subpoenas from the grand jury are requested to repoit without waiting for farther sum mons. The bookkeeping class will meet at 8 o'clock sharp this evening at the Y-'JL 0. A. rooms. Fall attendance desired. Two steamers and two schooners -were fined 8200 each nt Seattle last week for not displaying lights when lying at their docks. There will ba a sale of stock at Mrs. Margaret Miller's place on Yoang's river 'next Saturday morning. The steamer Occident will leave; Jlavel's wharf at nine o'clock. A saw mill owned by J. H. Koontz, at Echo, was burned last summer by sparks from a locomotive of the O. B. & Qp. Koontz sued for $39,000 dam ages, and a jury awarded him $17,500 Jast week. Though slow to s us pact and slower still to say it, it looks mightily to The Astobian, as though there were -' aome very solid arguments uaed last 'week to influence sundry necessary - votes at the state capital. John R. Winders, oa organizer of the sixth district of the International Typographical Union, has called a . convention of delegate? from each local union on the coast, to be held in.San Francisco on the 27th inBt. , . -i - The Astoria Street Railway com- aT ?i'J have a -street, car leave the opeja 'house at oua a."m., so that upper Astoria "people attending the ...&,of.P. anniversary can rido home,' "Biid.that car will connect with the stage. Get your seats to-day for the Lydia Thompson performance, at the Now York.Novelty store, or you'll be left. The,company go up on Thursday's night boat, but the boat will be held here.-till ..the performance is over, .whatever time it is. JE. H. Flagg, former editor and pro "tpriejor St. Helens Mist, has estab lished a neat eight column weekly, the Democrat, at Htllsbnro, and in a sensibly written salutatory asks for recogmtiun and support. Flagg is a worker, and will get both, and achieve - -deserved success. The bark Samoa. 993 tons, has been chartered at San Francisco by D. L. '.J3eck&.Sops to carry cannery bup- -TlieA to Alaska, aud the barkentiue U. C. FJnk,Sl3 tons, same, by W. B. Bradford. The barkentine Portland and" the schooner Cassie Hay ward, has also been chartered. The Astoria Sangejbnud will give a grand invitation concert and ball at Ltberty hall on the evening of the 522nd inst, Washington's Birthday. This is the first social party of this organization, and no pains will be spared to make it au occasion of pleasure to all who attend. -A--bookr has been received which .givrt thy salaries of all the govern orient; offices There are lots of 'em, .and the salary attached to some of - 'tbein is not to be sneezed at. To a ' 3nanSvbo has nothing to do and is ambitious there seems to be several ' good openings in foreign consulships, .v., etc.; ., Astor Lodge No. 6, and Pacific -Lodee No. 17. K. of P.. will to nicbt ''at Boss' opera house, jointly celebrate jho5th anniversary of the. founding "of that great order. There will be a large attendance' and a good time. The committees are doing all in their , power to make the occasion an enjoy able one. Supt H. B. Thielsen yesterday ' opened the bids, several in number,' for grading and clearing ten miles of - Jhe line of the Astoria & South Coast .. -railway company south of Skipanon. The bids are not summarized and " . their amounts not known; but it may 'be said that nearly all," if nof all, the , work will be let on the basis of these - bids. - Articles of incorporation have been .filed by the Ooquille Cooperative "-company, A. D.Moore, D. O. Handle- .man. F.J. Wentworth; J. E. -Quick and J. H. James; incorporators; capi tal stock, 85,000; object, to transact a general mercantile business at Park- ersburg, Coos county. The result of this cooperative experiment, says the Coast Mail, will be watched with in terest. - JThe Ben. Miles went to Portland yesterday, and will be followed by the - -Dolphin, when she arrives from Till- . .j.amooK. txuo nauotei lost iiiw;i I ilduei.eth.KMeli' ufcder th'e noa'troH of the Portland and Coast Transpor tation company, with O. P. Upshur as scent nt this city. The price paid was 838,000, which is believed to be, nrnler the circumstances, a good figure. ., The following passengers went up on tbo Queen last evening: E. Ho vpy, J. P. Mantel, B. B. Waldrnn. A. L Johnson, S. Stafford, Mrs. Howe, Miss Fleckonstein, O. O. Pratt; Wm, Jiiplin, S. Freeman, Mrs. Mudge, W. H. Taylor and wife, Mrs. Steen, C. W. Laughry. J. Sontherland, B. V. Sullivan and wife, G. Gould. J. A. Monroe, A. E Withers. A. Coffee. E T. Gore. M. C. Jorcemen, W. G. Gar net, P. Aho. J. Welcome, W. Math- Bon, Miss Xjettie Liyons, Miss Gor man. The Tacoma News gives the dimen sions of two logs recently photo graphed on the line of the Northern Pacific railroad, which will give some iaea oi me size oi western timber. The picture shows two short sections of logs, one a red fir and the other a sprue?, on a platform' car. The di mensions of the red fir loir, vrtrn- .Diameter 95.95 inches, ornearlveight ieet xue neight of the tree from which It was cut was 295.20 feet: years of growth 653. Spruce leg: diameter a.w, or nearly eight feet six inches. Height of tree, 196.9 feet; g"rowtlf277 years. Says a Port Townsend dispatch of tue mm to tne Seattle rosi-iniein- gencer: It develops that the cap sized sloop reported off Point Wilson was one. belonging to a Columbia river fisherman. He was thrown overboard and rescued by a dory from the sloop Viola. This sloop and the Duchess of Argyle were the sloops seen 'by the captain of the steamer Wildwood. The sloop Eu reka, supposed to have been lost with Cnpt. McAlmond and three others aboard, was in the lee of Marrow stone point during the storm, and after the storm sailed for Sequin bay. There were two cases in the justice court yesterday. It appears that last Sunday night Andrew Sohard wax fired out of Nic. Davicb's saloon and that he made a fuss about it, and it is said, be shoved a revolver throueh a hole in the door that he made with his fist, andrthen Nic. Davich hopped afOUDd and fired a revolver into the great onter darkness and everybody had a good time, and all hands were poor shots, Sohard was held in the sum of 8300 to appear before the grand jury, on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon. Davich will be given an examination on the same charge at ten o'clock this morn ing. What n whirligig Time is. Five rears ago Yillard said he would set even with Astoria for forfeiting the Astoria land grant. Piow the even ing prophecy hath been accomplished. The O. B. & N. has a cinch on Asto Aste ria: the Northern Pacific controls the O.RtN. Co.: Henry Villard con trols the Northern Pacific; Joggles says the devil controls Henry Yillard; but he is wrong; it is the German bondholders. So soon as the Ger man bondholders are out of the way, Villard will inaugurate a different "plan of campaign." How well he can say "Time and I against any two." It may be proper to say here that his future plans as understood have in them no malice or revenge. He has simply "got even," and will. a3 before, do what is for the apparent interests or tne corporation with a natural discrimnation in favor of the N. P.'s Sound terminus. J. E. Calder, a former Asiobiak employe, now the leading real estate man on Gray's harbor, is in the city. Mr. Calder and his former partner. J. W. Walsh, did about the biggest business on the smallest scale for a while of any newspaper in the northwest Calder went over to Montesano.irom Astoria in 1832. He and Walsh put up S300 between them nnd with. that nmonnt started the Montesano Vidette. They struck it rich, ihe whole country was i3t to be taken up under the timber land act, and tbo notices Unwed in so fast that they couldn't order type from San Francisco fast enough to set tlipm np. The first five months Walsu and Ualder cleaned np over SlU.UUU: not bad on a 33JU invest- ment Then they sold out. Walsh is running a boom paper in Calif-, nia. His partner is solid in Monte sano, where he is a Muldoon, and is rustling Tor the benefit of tho ulace rand the climate 20 hqnrs out of the 24. . TOCBisrs, Whether on pleasure b-nt or buslne', hould take on every trip a bottle or Sirup or Figs, as It acts most pleasantly andeffectuiilyon the kldtieys. liver and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and other forms of sickness. Forsa'e in 50c and SIM bottles by all leading drug gists. Thompson Burlesque Company The undersigned bees leave to In form the amu-iement-loving public of Astoria ana vieinitv mat aunougn tne Th mpsei: Burlesque Company leave on tne nignt ooat alter tne periormance, a guarantee is hereb given that the com pany will give their usual excellent per formance In full, the O. It. & N, Co. itxreelng-to hold theii boat over until after 12 o'clock or later If necessary, be ing so guaranteed by the advance agent L. E. Sei.io, Manager Ross' Opera Mouse. At Tli n Km pi re Store. If vnu want any Gerraantown Knit ting Yam, Saxony, or Zephyr, Wool or Cotton Hose, go to Parker's Empire Store, corner of Benton aud Second streets, next door to postoffice. The latest style of Gents' Boots and Shoes at P. J. Goopmam's. Furuislred Booing lo Let. First cla?s, and well located : apply to T. M. Dwyer. next door to W. w. Par- Kcr's residence. Tender, Julry'Steak at Jeff's. GMiarea CryferPitclier's Gastoria- STANLEY'BEP0BTEDHLl.ED. - A Proposed Gigantio English Loan, The Yoaas's River Bridge Bill Paswd. Rat,m. Fab. 13. Hou30 bill No, 200 authorizing the Astoria and Sonth Coast Bsilway company to build a bridge across Young's bay passed the house this qftornoon by a unanimous vote. It had passed the nenata on Saturday, the clanse regu lating the width of tho draw being changed to read 110 feet. A FATAL EXPL03IOJ?. Habtford. Conn., Feb. 19. The boiler of the Park Central hotel blew up at 5 o'clock this morning, wreck ing the entire front of the structure, whieh-was a five story brick building. The entire-fire department and police reserves were summoned. The ruins took fire and tHe work of the -firemen was greatly impeded by the dense volumes of smoke and steam. The loss -of life ia -estimated at from forty to seventy butTnay be less. BEPOBTED KILLED. Pabis, Feb. 18. Tho correspond ence of the Petit Journal at Saint Salvador, Congou, s ys: A courier has arrived from the wesj coast who states that a report is cur rent that Henry M. Stanley was killed in an engagement with the na tives at Mangamba. The courier re ports several instruments which have been identified as having belonged to Stanley, have been sold, by the na tives. HABBISOX'S CABINET. Washikotok, Feb. 18. Reports from Indianapolis to-day are to tLo effect that congressman Jno. It. Thomas, of Illinois, has been selected for seoretary of the navy. Thomas declines to confirm or deny the trnth of the rumor. To friends he said a telegram was received in Washington last night from secretary Hal ford saying that he had been selected. Collum telegraphed to Harrison this afternoon that if the report was true it would please him. THE AUEBICAN NAVt. Key West, Feb. 18 The U. S. steamer Oalena with rear admiral Gebardie on board, has sailed for Port-au-Prince. A telegram received from rear admiral Belknap, com mander at Maro Island navy yard, California, says the United State ship Vandalia arrived at Honolulu Feb. 2nd, and was to sail for Samoa on the 7th. FORMIDABLE MEASURES. London, Feb. 18, It is reported that at the coming session of parlia ment the government will propose a defense loan of 100,000.000, the pro ceeds to be devoted to the construc tion of twenty men-of war, fifty cruis ers and increasing the torpedo boats. LE GABON, THE SPr. Ottawa. Feb. 1& The effect of Sir John McDoLald's denial of the state ments mide by Lo Caron beforo the Parnell commission that he had becn- pail money by the Canadian govern ment was nullified when it was learned on the best authority that Le Oaron had not only been in the em ploy or the Uanadmn government, but was at the head of the secret service police in 1869-70 during the first Beil rebellion and the Fenian troubles, and received a salary oi 82,000 yearly. Philadelphia, Feb. 18. Powde,rly declares Le Caron, the British in former, who is before the Parnell commission, is'a cold-blooded villian and unworthy of credence. Powder Iy exhibits a letter sent to him by Le Caron during the strike of the en. giners on the Missouri Pacific road three years ago, endeavoring to en trap him into a conspiracy. Le Car on declared the only solution was dynamite, and he would furnish Pow derly's lieutenants materials for the destruction of every bridgo anl cul vert on the line. Powderly has sent a copy of this letter to Michael l)a vitt, with a letter of his own. In which he declares Lo Carou's statements about dynamite influence nt a league convention in tms country are uu true. maodoNAld's pboposal. Ottawa. Feb. 18. Sir John Mao donald will submit a DroDosiI to thj house of commous and tire senate in afew dajs asking that a joiut memo rial oe sent to lue queen requesting that a member of the royal familv be allowed to visit Canada in the sum mer. The object of the government is to stimulate loyal sentiment to ward the mother country and stem the current of popular public feeling in favor of a commercial union with the United States. MOLLOY PLEADS NOT GUILTr. London, Feb. 18. Mollov ha beett arraigned on the charge of swearing imseiy oerore the Parnell comm sjon. He pleaded not guilty and was commuted lor trial. TALSfi VOUCHEES. Genoa, Neb., Feb. 18 Superinten dent Chase of the Indian uohool here has disappeared. Inspector Wallett who has been investigating his ac counts, says he robbed the covern. ment of 525,000 by cleans of false vouchers. FOB MEMBERSHIP. New Yobk. Feb. 18. Ormw filsve. land's name appears on the bulletin of the Bar association as a candidate ror membership. new hampshibe's senatob. Exeteb, Feb. ia General Oilman Marston has accented the appoint ment of United States senator made by governor Sawyer, from the 4th of marcn until the legislature in June provides for the next six years' term. A LAEQ.E FAILUB E. Pittsbubo, Feb. ia The Grand Lake Central Coal company has failed. Liabilities upwards of $300, 000. AN INTERMEDDLING SHERIFF. Washisoton, Feb. 18. Governor Uhurch. of Dakota.-haa telecrranhed the-secretary of the interior that he had been informed that, there was danger of aaout break among 'the halt-breed Indians in Bnrtlett county and tnat a militia company nt St. Johns had been ordered out by the sheriff. Governor Church states that ho has informed the commanding othcer or the militia company that tho sheriff had no authority to order out his compiny, nnd advises him that he and his men will be held responsible for any unlawful act. Seoretary Vihs telegraphed the gov ernor, approving bis conrso. The war department has been requested to instrnct the military to prevent an outbreak. A CANNED GOODS TBU8T. Chicago. Feb. 18. At the session of the Western Pickers' Canned goods association much enthusiasm was created by a speech by E S. Judge, of Baltimore, recommending that the association form a trust. Wm. 'Boulter; ex-president of the Canadian packers, hlsb'made a speech attracting particular attention. "He wanted free tin plate, but didn't mean by that that he was in any sense in favor of free tr-'de. After a"great "deal of 'discussion it was decided that a committee should be appointed to go to Washington and endeavor to have the.tnriffon tin remeved: this to apply to cases ex ported and to all food products en- Cased in tin and intended for homo consumption. (Tbe committee hav ing under consideration the qius'iim of over-production, reported tliitt they could devise no adeannto hipjids of relief, and a resolution whs adopted tuat tue association in no way re strict this ear's pack. PERSONAL MEXTIOX. District Attorney McBride is in the city, attending court. . Chief engineer Snyder is visiting his family who reside at Dallas.Polk Co. . A- A. French, representing the American Net & Twine' Co.. is' in tho city. "" "0' A. A. Cleveland delivers, the nd- dreas at the Knights anniverary this evening. Miss, Flackenstein. who has been visiting Mrs. Cant. Howe, of this city, has returned to Portland. Sidney S. Smith is in the city. He goes to Loring, Alaska, on the Idaho, to superintend the Cutting Puckmg Co.'s cannery at that point. Sven Peterson and Chas. Franklin. of tho Coquille, where they have been salting salmon of lute jears, are in the city, headed for Alaska. llow'Men Die. If wo know nil the methods of ap proach adopted" by an enemy we are tho better enabled to ward off tho danger and posfJone the moment when surrender becomes inevitable. In many instances the inherent strength of the body sdtEcea to enable it to op pose the tendency "toward death. Many however;hhvoJost these forces to such an extent, that there is little or no help:" tin jtbet cas.es a littlo aid to tne woaKen.edijungs will make all the difference-''between sudden death and mnnxyears-of useful life. Upon the fics"ymptdm8 of a Cough, Cold or'ahy trqhblerof the Throat or ijuugs, give that old and welikuowa remedy Bosebei's Geunan Sirup, n earful trial, "--'it will prove what tnonoands sar or it to oe. tne bent' actor of any home." i ii.i Bonatjfor cals imd Sea Lions. It is contemplated, says the Tele gram, to ask the legislature to pass a law providing a bounty for the de strheiiQn.oiih.05eal3an.d.8ea lions which infest the month of tho Colum bia, nud arc sj destructive lo s tinion. Tho legislature of Massachusetts List year passed such n law, nlthough i they have no se i li n3 there which are much moredestrnctivutlinn seals. It would seem that tiierd is much , more neel fornucli a law hero than. J in Massachusetts, and it would be 'i g.jod thin.: if the leI-tlatures u f Orc gun California nnd Wjishingjuu ! territory wonul pass laws wU'cu wcaid', lead tottlio destruction of the tents-'. and sea lions alonsj their co iiU "It has been proved by government ot- nprts"saa Mr. .1. Q. Swnu. t? PorS Townsend. Whit tllfl se.lU and seal lions destroy Deirly as ra my nlsaou ! nt the month of the Uolnmbia us ull the caunenes CumbibBd , Neither the seals nor kj,i linna,. arc of any Vrtlne exeept.the rac-fui!, the xkin of which is an article- of luxury (of ladie-T we ir. OT Conrae bn'l b hair seals nud sea lions furnis'h some oil, bnt they uro not hunted fur this pnr pose" on this coast, and if they were Killed off there would be n great many more -salmon. A nice little steam launch carryiug a Gutliug gnu i or a Holchkiss gnu would soon cleau dnt tho rookeries of seals aud sea lions, along the const. It i- rnther late in the season-to introduce such a bill now. but perhaps one might ba passed if it met with general ap proval. - - That Would be Worth 875.000,000 Here. W. S. Ladd of Portland, has sold to a local syndicate 439 acres of land, in cluding 4 miles of. water frontage ou the east side ot Town'end bay for 815,000. Fnctories "will bo encour aged to start ou it, ana tue u ouces ter Fishing Co. is exDected to make iSs headquarters. Portland Journal of Co m merce. Euppy. This is what you ouzht to haw. in fact, you must liavn it, loTullv enju life, Th usands are seirihuig"fnr it daily, and mourning bi-cnuse tliry find it not. Thousands upon thousands ot dollars are spent annually by our peo ple In tne nope iui uiey may a'tam this boon. And yet it may be had by all. Weguarant e t latEIectria Hitteis, If used according to directions and the use persisted In, will bring you Good Digestion and ons tho d.'mon dyspep sia and- Instead Eupcnsy. We recom mend Electr c Bitters for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and SI 00 per bot tle by J. W. Cunn, Drnzglst. COftee and cake, CentraLfiestaurant. ten cents, at Uie Remnant All odd lengths of goods accumulated in the various departments will be placed on our counters this week and SOlaB KUCSARBIilSgg OF C50ST I S Ui OF I met Dick the other day, and w l ' seemed surfer pazzled : 1 asked lmi what's the matter'.' and sez he, I liatlt t0Ref wyst-lf a newsur, ami W dill my hat looks as tlmugfi it needed n res ; and sez h--. joukltow, Jim, my oldest boy liu's going To college, to get cdlcated, and be mils' have a new rig, but m po fcot book Is getting s r Vr hunorj, and 1 don't know hat to do 1 QQ here, sez Iter Dick! YOU anthInK if y.m ain't aware of tho fat th at HERMX WISE is sellinc lils;stoc:b i iff at yneatly r duci-d prices, hi fdfrr to make r, oni tor his immense SPK11? U slock. Ha! Ha! L met Diclc 2 uiya later. and shi he, as he Jailed! an I jtive: ma the Lndse wink ! t di i beat anvthlns how HERMAN WISR . that Utile feller In Urn Occident HoU'l' build ing, slaughters clothing. H t. Hi THE dsand MMTQiB VKA To Gray's Harbor. AND SH0ALWATER BAY. The Steamer GEN. MILES. W. P. WnrreoMR, Master, Will leave for llray- Harbur Every Tuesday Will sail tor Sfco.ilw.itpr Bav once a innntli, lllreUlu Jus.iliea. TILLAMOOK, Shoalwater Bay and Gray's Harbor The P. & C. S. S. Co.'s Steamer "ALLIANCE," Will sail fioin PORTLAND as follews: uitV'-. II Aimott Tliunriitt . toner 1. 11, is and 2i. Novi muer 1. S, li. 2i and 29 UrCfinbt-r C 13, 20 ulnl 27. MlOAI.WAIMt 11 Y Ocio er 4 ami IK. N HUl)L-rl.liiU 'V. Ih crlnlier 13.mil .7. TIl.i.AMU iK Slmiil iy-Cklo'r r 1. IS a il ") Nuietnuer "and 20. December lu and 21 Steamer leaves Portland, from foot ot O -treetatS I. M.on ab.-ve dues Asion.iU A M. Me following, nioiliinn. Tlie ComiiAiiy reserves lUe right to change line and pldco of sailing. K it arituVO. President. a P. UI'-illUK. Aceiit Asu.rl.i. 11 to. m'leax, StM.FBEEJIA.V. McLean & Freeman. BLACKSMITHS. special Attention paid tn all Hh p sndSteam- b .at Uepa rtnx HORSESHOEING. r-frlnzCmiiD rtorRadiiecltliy. All kinds of B acksmltliluK dono t order, v-lsxp. comer Jefferson aud Olney streets, AsforlH, Oregon. l,Eiue and Wrll Solvctcd Stuck OF Watches, Jewelry,Clocks, etc. AT H.SKSTROM'S , Jewelry Establishment. AH E"oj3s warranted, as guaranteed. nniiifJie Crow's gallery. Astoria, Oregon, BOOTS AND SHOES! Of Best Quality, and at LOWEST PRICES, AT TUE SIGH OF-THEJOLDEN SHOE. JOI SC3ST 2 J 353". Clothing House The Str. Telephone Fast Time Between Portland and Astoria. I-eavlDj Astoria .Mmulay ,......0 A. M, Tue-di 4K)Tp a. " Wi-d rsilay 7wor. m. " Frid.iv... .7:1PJI. ' " .Naluiday .4 .UO P. it. C ose connections at K.il.im.ilolIie sound ; al A turiailliibu Oen. ilila mr llwaco. iisirrviUeaiiliir.i3 Uailiur; at Portland ilili i lien. &.0 It. It . and etslde trains, P . W V. It ii , Vancouver mid iJreon Cilj boats, .tbd Eastru bound trums. Morgan & Sherman. GROCERS And Dealers In ry Special Attention Clvento Filling Of Orders. A FULL LINE CARRIED Aud auppllt-s furnished at Satis factory IVrms. Purchases delivered In any part of the city. Office and Warehouse In Hume's New Building on Water Street. P. O. Box 153. Telephone No 37. tSTOICI . OltlXiON. For Sale Seaside Lots. CnoicK lots in mulkevs addi t.oii toiiceaii drove for slo upin rra 50ii H'le term-. Kmv is the lime to buy be- lore tho bouui. Apply 1 1 aCO.SOI.MfD, OrO.lt. '1 liom-ion. fiORTHERH GROWH PLAHtr AND bbtu& Arn acknowteilied the best, being hardier, more productive and yltld bitter crops. FINE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Caaulslu oalj tn bill T.netHs BUIUd CrM oa rpU c.Uoo. WHITE FOB IT. X I 3VC A"5T &3 CO., FuORlStJ 4hD SCtDSMEN, ST. PUt, MlNS p snvinTiaxa roa Tin: racr or i .i nrtj.t.wi.K1r ,13031 HoocBat I nenrrmiiLiDDV i &ACZBXDUS. IHI Prtntln OutSt Ull eoarpliM vttb 4 ! phetB. baUer. to- I Thi HiUUck it th motoa 1 1 dcUhU Ink. ndila, fitkkl UTSbCTS. 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