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VOL. XXIV, NO. 40.
1KW. A. J., and J. A. vLJFO-
Jij sielans nxul Swrj;eiis.
Wi'.I she proinnt attention t nil chIIs.
t.oin any pan ot the city 01 eotmtij.
Onlre over Allen's St wv. comer Cass ami
.r.u uiomta strefK A-t ma. Orrjjim.
Telephone o. 41.
Physician Bmi Surscoxs.
Itooiii C. o el I). A. Mcintosh s stu
orricB nouns:-9 1011 a. 51.;-:: tre.M.j
Ko&hlciiCi. opposite tlie.loliaiiseu bnildin
-.. . ltOKKIS. OKO. .NOUMi
SMtATkl v ookkis.
ATTOKNKYri AT LAW.
nuv in klnr.ej's I'lm-k. pposltt Citx
"5tli. Astoria. Oicon.
xv. rilLTOX. . c. rin TON.
ATTOUNKYfc AT LAW.
llo.ins 5 and C.Odd Fellows KuildliiK.
KLO F. PAKKIUt
Clatnop County ami 'ily of Atoi la
OHlce : X. K corner Cas anil AMoi stu cts.
Koom So. 8.
I l. A. BOWI.BY.
Attorney and Cotm-i-Hor 1.1 Iniv,
Office on Chcnamus Street, Atoria, Oienon.
TAY TllTTIiE. 21. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON
OrFiCE ltoonis 1,2. and 3. Ij thlan JialJd-
ICfsidknck On Cedar Street, back ol
St. Mar..s Hospital.
r I'. HICKS. A. K. SHAW.
HICKS 4fc SII tAV.
Uooms in Allen's Budding, up stairs, cor
net Cass and Siiueuioqtia streets. Astoria
JOHN It. MITCIIH.I- km hi u. irsi' vr.
SXITCIir.a.Ij i IK2!KXT,
Attorneys and Councelors at Law.
Itooms 1, 2,3, ;ind 4 Kaiiun's P.iiildius,
NortiJrast Coiner id First and IMicStreit-.
l'oit Kind. Oregon.
T K. HPEIHIKV,
Searcher of Titles, Abstract r and
Ofllce on Cass Street. S dooi s south of As
torlan ofllce, AstoriJ, Oregon.
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
f. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA. - 2 J.: .-'.
OFKICi: IlOl'lW :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 oVlo,M: 1'. Id.
AHEAD OF ALL C03IPETIT0KS!
Manufactured on Hie (Iraduul Itoi'.iu .iioi
Sjstein by the
Salem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co..
Is tUe only flour that lias taktn rirt l'rl?p
three j ears in succession at lite
poitTiiAXi ari:cKAyir.j taji:.
AUo at State Fair.
One ti iat is sufllt'leiit to c.'i: inre id its suj.o
noiity. iJee that th woid CAP110I. Kon each sucl;
CEOHC.i: SIIIEL. S Stark St.,
F01 Hand Agent.
WILSON & FISH Eli. Astoria Agents.
AKtoiIa.Or.. Cathlamet, W. T.. West port
Or., and intermediate points.
The Steamer 3Jounfafnci:r will leac Asto
ria dallj, until further notice, from Ilu-tler'-.
wharf, foot of Main stieci, at half-jiast 2
o'clock P. 21., as follow :
Montlcjt, Weilncidaj a and Friiinj, for
CATHLAMET and intermediate points 011
Wash.'ler. side will go to Westporr, same
TupbJajt, Thnrtdays and Saturda, for
WESTPOKT and intermediate pednt on
the Oregon side will go to Calhlauict .same
WillLeare CATHLAMET, W.T.. for As
toria, Sondajs, Wcdnfila;s and Fridajs at
seren o'clock A. M., touching at all way land
inss on Wash. Ter. &lde, and return on same
Will Leave WESTPOUT, for Astoiia. Or.
oil Tuesdajs, ThnrxdajR and Saturdays at f
en o'clock A. JL, touching at all way land
ings on Oregon side, and return 0:1 s-amc
For Freight or P&uagc, apply on boaid,or
to Main street Wharf.
Delivered at Your Door.
TI1I0 Tun tc it- en T l-rt r'xnrtlloln ..,-.! to
Afi orders loft at Post & Hansen's Astoria1
Soda Works will be promptly attended to. I
ri-HTTc: Avn ITVF?
il-illS AND .Li-. i-ivo 1
GENERAL DEBILITY j
tiait ... t a rr ?. CTTM7C I
r -1 1 1 v i-w ii 1 1 1 r- 1 i iv . 1 1 1 .. , 1
-"y --'"" "- n
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine hat f radc MtV and ms-e ! lie'
Lines 0:1 wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
SM.hU HI.ll.SJH H f.O.'i IK!.
WiiOMtsAi r A:i st. lVnl id j : 1 .
From l licsc sources ai i&t tlnx'c-fourths
of tho iliscasfs r f the huuiau race. These
symptoms indicate thc.r OMelwice
Xioss of Ajptitc, Boxvcls ccstic,
hick Ilc&tlaclie, fullness after cnt
iiiK, aversion to csci-tlonof bocly or
i ty of ttmpcr, 2otvKpirIs,Afceling
ofliavins xsejilcclccl some duty. iJiz
Tiiies,Flatlcrjnt;attliciIcart,Iot: before the eyes, highly colored
Urin e, COXSTiIATIOAana tlcniand
tho use ofa. remedy thatacladirectlvon
lhcLh or. AsaLivcr mclichifTDTT'S
XiriXiS have no ciual. Tin iractlonon
tlie Kidneys and hkin i.-i aKo prompt;
removing all impmities tiirougii theo
three " scavengers of tho f.ysXem,M
pioducing appitite, sound digestion,
lcgul-ir stools, a clear skin and a vig
orous hody. Tl'TT'.S IiIitS cauxpito
nausea 01 griping ncr interfere with
dally work nnil arc a perfect
A NTl D GTE. TO Kl A L A R i A.
t-old e er-a-licrc23;. Oi!ie41 Aiutr-ijSt.N .
GratIIuo::'i;ii.i rs cliaagcd in
stantly toatiLo'i Jt,iiC hya&Inglo
application of this D11;. bold'by Diiir
1st s,orcntl)yfpread on receipt of Sl
Oftice.4i Murniv Street, New York.
RIM UAKUiL 0? C:mJL SKSIPS P222.
is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, and you cant tell.
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
The Seni Saloon.
The Popular Resort fcr Astcrians.
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Co to THE CEM SALOON.
ALEX. CUIPP.KLL. - - PKOPKlirrOK
isa:. Sir. A. H. Field.
iie- r.mt 0..1,rii-!ii.
Will lcnc Slain street whaif ::s rt-su-larly
a- weather permits dtinug August
Sptemler and October. Freight per O.
It. & Is. Co. will connect at AsSona.
Hale from Portland and Aston 1 to HoIvmhi
Mile Super ton. Passage from AMo'ia .
Address P.AWOI.l.l.Tfi. CO..
Tho Telephone alooi.
The Finest Establishment of
the Kind in Astoria.
Especially fitted up for the Comfort and
Coincidence of those who enjoj a
The Rest of Wines ami Liquors,
I AJ1L VHUItWl' V'aMl.7
fPl,v ri!,riTiAC?4 f,itv.e
Everything New and First-Class.
It. X.. JEFFREY, Pro!r.
H is3 23 3
ASTORIA, OU83GOIV, .SFXDAY, AFGCST lu I8S5.
("KANT AXO TIIK PAClFiC TOAST, j
General Grant iras much iuteiesled
in the Pacific roust, aul sbo-retl !
great attention to genttaaeti from'
Caiifomia ami Orpgou, always frteml-J
1 fag lo tlteui during the yenrs of his
piesjtlfiicy. a iieaity welcome t snejswt,'! over use countries 01 As-a aau
White House. The best jwit or his Europe, causing widesjiread destrnc
reetiiuf was its unaffected sinmlicilx i lion of life. Commencing in China
land cordinlily. They conld alwnxs j in l'J2. the pestilence marched stead
' depeihl upon hita for assistance m' iiy westward, until all the then known
attv legilnnote enterprise eaten. ateu
i lo advance the interests of the coast.
One of the Itest pr.jofa of this was in
the fact t!it when h:s attorney gen-
er,,j, Aekrrnuui, of (leorgiamaile
vorv iseeuhar decisions against thc.ot
Oregon l.nsd grants which wonldl
mve prevented the building of the
Oregon and California raiiroad,
Grant, r.pou bring made aware -f
Aekennin'.s views on this subject. I
asked for his resignation, and ap-j
IKiiuled (TCorg' II. illiaias, of Ore
gon. lie feit, ana so expresseu nmi
elf at tiie time, that imiortant n
bubjeet ought to be left in the bauds
of i man who was well acquainted
with the needs of the state.? most in
terested. Williams made an excel
lent attorney general, and his name
w:i sent in as nomiuee to fill Chief
.1 notice Sprague's jilace: but the
faie.ouft "1-andaulel slory" provented
his eonlirmation. (Jener.il (1 rant's
far-sishied interest in the J'acifie
state is also slsov.-n by the frequent
allusion he made during the Intel
wa- to the desirability of liaviug th-
I'ni.iti aiid Central l'aeific railroads
extend a lirnueh to Portland and Vu-
gel .Hfinnd. tluis doing the ivork for
tliegicat northwest that the Jsorth
ern Pacific has since accomplished.
Home time in IM'S the general, in
talking over i'ne subject with lien
liolliday and myself, used the strong
expression- "You Oregouiaus have
been fairly robbed of a raiiroad."
Among the early friend" of Grant on
this coast were Ben Shannon of Ore
gon, collector of the port, also a few
old merchants of Oregon. Captain
1L 1L Thompson, of this city, was well
acquainted with Captain -.rant in
The stories which have Kvn csto't
lively circulated to the effect that
joung (Srant led a dissipated life
while on this coast, may Ik brieflv
characleri;:il as lies, lie was :: nice,
quiet fellow, w ho made friend-., and
stuck steadily to his brvdnew. There
was a story tohl in many p:rt-i of the
coast to the effect that Grant lived
ia liumlioltli eoint for some ears,
and "drove a mule team," n an iai
aginate pioneer once was heard
telling a group of men on Finest rcet.
Another store often retailed that
voituir Orant once kept a billiard
saloon in Walla Walla: .il! a third
that If "went to the nunc.-.' and
owned a claim on tho l'eather or up
per Sacramento; while et a fourth
is, that be lived in Stockton, and
"loafed :eiinile- aliont its muddy
streets one winter in the early fillic-s."
TheM stoi ie?, and similar oimh. are
snilieientlv set at rei bv tiie evidence
of Oeo. . Dent, late Vnited State
appraiser, and l Sen. O rant's brother-in-law
: .dso by th ftfaicmeu! o?
Granl earh Oregon friendn.
(1 Hint's arrival on the etasl wa-. in
117.1. 1L brought governim-nt ku;
)lies :-.nd stores for use at l)enie:a,
where lift delivered them to UieNiiiar
terniaster grneral. Ins legimenl wa-
for some tune stationed in San i'ran
ciseo. At thi1? time (!orge and dohn
Dent were li-.iugal Knight's 1'Vrry,
and he visited them there, dnring his
first furlough. It was during this
viiii t that he explored tltc StaniHlan.s
and. Tnolomno hills. Raw the miners
at their work, held ;h Dents
build a bridge, and had what he
afterwards spoke of as "oneof the lu-st
vacations of his life." While in San
Francisco he boarded al the Tehama
house, which stood on the silo now
occupied b tho Hani; of California
His rcgimnt was culled to northern
California and Oregon to aid in qui
eting Indian troubles, and shortly
after its return he wrote out and for
warded his resignation, immediately
after which he proceeded to the east
Senator Nesmilh, of Oregon, who
died a few months ago, was a promi
nent member of the ommilUe on
military affairs of the United States
senate,nnd gavo his hearty support
to all of Grant's measure. During
the darkest hours ot the great gener
al's career. Senator Uesmilh. one or
the best known of war Democrats,
was determined to sustain him, and
Grant often mnde his headquarters
while in Washington, at the senator's
houc. Both Stanton and Ifalleck
were often opposed by tho energetic
senator, bnt no one ever heard a
word of complaint from Grant, whose
loyalty to the ideals of military obedience-
was ono of his most admirable
qualities. Only President Lincoln,
aud a few men such as Sesmilh,
knew how strong a pressure was
brought to bear against Grant at this
Ben llollidny kept honso on E
street, in Washington, lie was then
president of the Oregon and Califor
nia raflroad. Among the old friends
who often assembled there, one would
often see General Phil. Sheridan,
(uarlermaster-Geucral Ingalls, now
in Portland, Oregon, and General
Grant, together with any other old
Pacific coasters, They would sit aud
smoke, and talk over old time3 till
past midnight, when the president's
friends would accompany him to the
dcor of the White house. A. 3f. Luy
I'ea, in Overland Monthly. '
Ho who knows his incapacity knows
Long before the Christian era, pes.
tileuces, xvhich vrere known by the
loc.il natues of the "sweating siclc-
now." the "black death' anil the
like, at frequent but irregular periods
worm nan neen covered, not except-
ing tho island of Iceland, in the Polar
f ea, where the mortality was fright
ful. This plague reached Europe in
l'J17 and raged up to 1350. a period
twenty-seven years from its
first appearance in China. The
acconuts of the mortality seem
incredible, but there appears
no reason to doubt the statementsof
historians ot the period. In Cairo
the death rate was a? great as 10,000
daily. Towns and whole districts
were nearly depopulated, and ships
without crews wero driven on the
shores of the Mediterranean and
North .seas, all hands liaviug perished
with the plague. It is estimated that
Europe lost in that visitation 23,
000,000, or one-fourth of the total
population. China suffered to tho
extent or 13.000.000, and the balance
of Asia lost 23,000,000, a total of
01,000,000 deaths attributed to this
wave of destruction passing over all
that jiortion of the earth's surface
where intercourse aud association for
the purpose of commerce existed.
FIFTY-OXK IirSHKIiS PF.tt ACKE.
Tho heaviest yield of grain of
which this journal lua been informed
during this season, was from twelve
acres on the farm of Matthias Haber
ly, formerly the T. W. Davenport
donation claim in the WTalpo hills.
From the twelve acres, six hundred
and twelve bushels of wheat were
threshed, an average of fifty-one
bushels per acre. This may surprise
some of the slate press who have be
come chronic echoers of the "half or
no crop at all" howl, but it is a fact
While the general j ield this season
will not average as high as did the
ield of 1831, yet there will be fully
as much, or more marketable wheat
taken from tho Odds of tho Willamette
valley this season than last. While
the growth was very heavy in ISSi, a
great deal 01 th& grain was destroyed
by early rains. This season the weath
er has been very favorable, and it ap
pears as though the entire crop will
b" .successfully harvested aud saved.
The nvirkct is stronger than last
ear. with a much belter undertone,
aud there is not much room to doubt
that farmers will realize a3 much
monej from the crop of ISSo as they
did for 1S3K or even more. tfaewi
"Fbi Outcast Poor."
great stir has recently been made
in London by a pamphlet with this
title, sLowuig the utter misery of the
degraded classes. Many oT these poor
people have come lo their misery by
strong drink. But many others are
simply suffering from broken down
eons notions. Jf such people wero
helptd up by giving thfin Brown's
Iron Bitters.'the sum of human mis
ery would be greatly lessened. Spend
a dollar al the druggist's and give
some needy invalid a ootlJe. of this
God is better served in icsistingn
temptation U evil than in many form
Leclnrer.i, ministers and all public
spcakere should keep fled Star Cough
Cure on hand. Free from opiates.
Sin has a great many tools, but a
lie u a handle that fits them all.
Vdiat o.i U'asl to Koon.
3 "t rbody wants an honest answer
to this simple questien: What is the
best medicine to regulate the bowels,
cure coalivencss and biliousness, help
digestion and give strength lo the
whole sjsiiMii? People ask us this
every day. We answer, Parker's Ton
ic. It is pleasant to tho taste. All
children like it. Mothers all praise
it. 1 1 will save a thousand times its
cost in ewr family. Fdilor Wtstem
The more honest a man is tho
he allVcts the airs of a saint.
IT Yoiir Liver IJcniiod oa
Of n-r:teu-ch dull pdn or sharp twinge
in tl.e risht Mle, or lienealh the dexter
-h"a!i! i Wide. :uspt the reminder as a
w.uuiiig. and rrgH'ate the oran without lovs
td" I i:ii. h itieeMMif lIostetter-'- Stomach
Palter. 'lh altie sjmptoim are usually
a-'CHtipanti d Ity jellownevi ot the liu.con
Miimtion. fin red tongue, dlsonler of the
;o!!tir!i.s! KlKadaeheaiidmoniii.g nausea,
lint a reform is promptly Instituted by the
Hitlers, the he-t povible.i.:lMitute for calo
mel, blue pill, aud other uier-put-iit and
hurtful drugs erroneiais'y desrnated as
reu'Cthes for biliousness. Appetite and dl
Sistlon are re-tored, anil the bowels resume
arinity, when an Impetus is jrhen lo the
fimelion of health by this Morllng anti-bilious
medieine. which aNoh.islln- elTect of
euriel.iug aud purifying the circulation, and
fortifIng the tvstcia aaiu-t malaiiil Infec
tion in :ur or water. It is also bene lie al for
rhi'iuiiatNiii. kidney and bladder troubles.
Slwloh's Vitalizer is what you need
for Constipation. Loss of Apjietite, Diz
7.utess and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 anil 7" cents per bottle. Sold
by W. E. Dement
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is
guaranteed lo cure you. Sold by W. E.
That Hacking Coucn can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee It. Sold by W.'E. Dement.
TRADE VV MARK,
Free from Opiates. Emetics and J'oisuxs.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE .
ror Conchi, Soro Throat, IIoartcacjA, Col J,
Ins Cough, Qalaij-, Pains In Chut, ani other
joju oltts Throat aJ Lnnr
Pries 50 ceati a bottle. Sold by DrascIiU and
Dealers. Iarl(tt unable to tmluce thtir Center U
rromptly get it for them xsill rectite tiro bou'.n.
Ljrjn-eu charge paid, by tending om dollar to
TUE nUELES A. TOCELIK COarA.NY,
3ol3 Ownn aJ UannT-wtarrr.
BilUmerr. a.jUJ. U. S. i.
GERMAN1A BEER HALL
Norton Pacific Brewery
Five Cents a Glass.
CS"Xo inferior Peer sold at thi plat e.
HOT MEDICAL SPIUNGS.i
A H.t.'k will leave I"rgcua on tho :u rival of
the traiu from Fortland,
Making Ihctiia from Portland in less than
two dab in da light.
Liverpool and London and Globe.
STorth British and Mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COiTJMESCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies, .
Kcpresent 11s a Capital or S07,000 OCO.
It. VAN DUSKX. Atccou
Ilwae-3 Steam Naviplioi Co
FgOM ASrOKIA TO
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby and Hwaco,
Conneetlns by stages and steamboats for
Oysierviile, Monlesano and Oiympia
m& "GEff. MILES,"
V. 1. WuiTCOMis, JUsri.n.
AVill Ieae Astoiladailj (Sunda sf xeepted)
Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby and Hwaco,
at 8 A. M
WithOjbtarvllle Mails and Express daily,
Through Mails to iwlnti bexoud. and
Idontcsano, "Y. T on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Thursdays the "MI'm" xxill make
two round trips, leaxing Astoria 011 sec
ond trip (about 3 1. at.) 3 hours after arrival
from first tnp.
Fare to Hwaco.
Passengers wi'I saxe teu'h by pun-ha-i-iug
tickets btfoiu olne;ou board.
llwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
J3Tor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the ofllce of the company, (Srax's
wharf, foot of Heitton street.
ASTOIUA. - OltEOON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Tills Tells of f be G
SHflW ON FASTH
WILL BE KKOWN AS
PETE BAYS FOR THE MULTITUDE!
';The Largest! The Grantlesi! The Greatest!
Old John Hofoinsoii's
H BIG SHOWS -jft
Will Exhibit at Astoria at That Time.
A TRIPLE CIRCUS.
A WONDEEFUL MUSEUM.
AN ENORMOUS ELEVATED STAGE!
Willi nnrc Startling Features, more Sensational Novelties,
more Performers, Male and Female, than
ANY SHOW IN THE WIDE WORLD!
tie:: tattoo i:i wojjas.
EMITH Sr.VtR SVW THE LIKE BEFORE
ZOLA, The FEMALE BL0NDIN.
Riding a Velocipede over a- Slnjrle Wire,
W feet above the heads ol the
SVatinc on a light Wire, elevated
IUI feet, and pertonuinc the most
ZEKA FAMILY !
In wonderful and lightning Ilair.Teetli and
Feet Slides from the topmost point of
the L'anx-as to the Uroiuid.
k'lle LU zqla TFUILA FAMILY!
lllfill WIRE QUEEN, walks blindfoM.
xxitli feet incased in basket,
And a vast collodion of relics of tho
A HERD OF MOXSTr.R ELEPHANTS
Of all .ves. sies and kind-..
HINDOO SNAKE CHARMER
S15000 Drove of ttiraffcH SAO.OOI) Srliool olJia Iiiottn. SlO.OOO lilte
S'llo IlippopotaniUM. S.",Ot)ll Tamlnoar. !t?.T;.Ot)' Hchonl of Walrun.
2-Horned-2 I .")) Hor-es !p
Snniatraii Rhlnoeeroi SO Camels ! ULI
ALl, LINES OF STE.UI150ATS "WILL VXKRY PAS
. SEXGERS TO AXI) PR03I AST01UA AT
GREATLY REDITED RATES.
io.vt faiIj to s: xv tj ui: t vitai:m tibi:
IBV VJ W 2 5.5
III Charints.-l Stcnin Jliisieal Wajion--. 1." Mounted Trmnpelers. ."!00 llorai-s,
12 bi'parale Kinds or .MiLsie. Female Urass l'atul, JScottili Haj?-
ii pers, 100 Jlounted Knitilits,r0 Catres.'J bteain Or
jaiis. Female Ojien Air Opera, 100 Ponies, s
Distinct J'nuils,.iulilec Troupe, Steam
(.'ahope, ."0 t'oitrllx Dames.
Iras OP IEKFOKI-I5Ai VS.8 BS:A1T!
Tiyci-A Lions. Hyena, Leopards, Beam, Pythoni, Ancondax, Boa Cojix)-icoiw.
ctt:,2cilh their Keeper, all thromi open, tvllh sides duicn,in the mighty Parade.
! ill I mi hi m ii I ii ii " I i hiiii i i mi i j --!-' -' l .Mj-mn j ! iiiiiil Jlfw
2PEUF0EMAMGES BAILY, 9
1 AND 7:30 P. M. I
TICKETS will be on sais at
during the days of Exhibition.
n . . . .
a Timsjortota Company.
Through FreigM on Fast Time!
Which has been specially built for tho comfort of passengers will leave
"Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Eoturnlns leaves Fortland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at ! P. M.
fAn additional trip will be made on Snnilay of Each, Week, leaving Portland
at 9 O'clock finnilny "Horning. Passengers bx this route connect at Kalawa,
I for Sound ports.
IMHCK. FIVE CENTS.
A SO t'AGU 211ZX Ul.itlE.
A IG AT1C AYIAHY.
ZENOBIA! . v.
Hurled 200 Feet Tlirough Space by Ancient
Romc'a Terrific War Engine,
j IIU32A. OAKIXG at its ZF.MTII
Mio (hea. head foremost from the Dome
' the CailVab Into a IlCt 10 feet below.
. rVi'IIe ZERATE?Ceiling Walker
Who at the Apex of theCanx-as xvalks,
runs a d dances with head ilownxvard.
JLO ROLLER SKATERS! Zu
d rjnicvele Rider.- and Skaters
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