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TllK DAILY ASTUUIAN, FRIDAY Mo UN I Ml, KKMtUAKY S8. IUi7.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. M.
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scriber! the larireot circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the second old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has,
awxt to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handley & Co. are our Port
laad agents, and copies of the Astorlan
can be had every morning at their
stand. i: Third street.
Tae "Aslwrtaa" hereby offer la daa
! HIUDRKD DOLLARS to Mary's
- HiMpKitl, payable on deeaawd te rather
Matataa, wwaaee legal avlaaaea ! piw
shassia thwarts; thai aay aftaraoan wewe--sarr
paMMreel la Aetwrta has airtaleMt
vtthia the last araety days expiring be
fore) tMe nttmr a slagla "epeelel" r
athae kfcad af "telegrphle pru report,
saasWad aver the wires watering either
wf the telegraph oSJeaa la Astoria, rroaa
ay palat aatatda af OretTaa.
AMorta, Or.. October 15. !.
The Catholic Sentinel says: "Father
Father G. Hagan, 8. J director of the
Georgetown university observatory, is
about to publish a full atlaa of varia
ble Mars, the first rf the kind ever is
sued to the ncleivUflc world.
Too sd-ocates of the Torry bank-1
ruptcy law are again buoyea up with
Che hope of seeing that measure pass.
The senate took up the bill last week,
and aa It has been made a siecial or
der, it is unlikely that other measures
will displace it in the attention of the
senate until it Is put out of the way.
This has encouraged the expectations
of many of Its advocates to believe
that It now has a good chance for en
actment. It ia to be hoped the friends
c the tail will employ all the energy
they are poaXMsed of to secure tta pass
age before March 4. The diances are
that they will require all their re
sources, however, for it seejns to be
ne of the most difficult things tn the
trorld to bring about the passage of a
bankruptcy law, in spite or the fact
that tt Is regarded by busmess men
everywhere as so desirable, and even
The story told by Mr. A. J. Coutrie
af the gold discovery at cannon Beach
ill be a surprise to a great many of
the Astorian's -readers this morning.
Mr. Coutrie is so well known to every
one who has lived In this section of
the country any considerable length of
time that his statement would have
credence without the additional and
convincing proof exhibited in the pouch
of gold brought with him from the
"diggings." There is gold to the nortii
of us. and gold to the south; and it
Is not unreasonable to suppose that
cold should exhrt in this Immediate
TiohMy. Recent Cnited States geolog
ical reports Show that dim I ma places
indicating large deposits of gold and
silver have been found at various
points along the coast from the Co
lumbia south to the Nehalem river,
and there Is every reason to believe
that further prospecting hi the neigh
borhood of the new Cannon Keach will
produce surprising and gratifying re
sults. It now appears that the minor con
sulates those wh salaries are
C30 a year or lesn re mrt se
cure to th5lr present democratic in
cumbents. It iwas generally believed
that wiien the president Issued his fa
mous order exttuding the civil service
law lam May to some thousands of
positions that beWiged to th- spoils
lystfm, that these onsuliu- positions
were included In the order, and that
then-after vacancies in Hh- )ular
s'rice were t be filled by com ;,e:itj re
examinations thn.uirh the civil service.
Th'j men who had Ijeen a.pjririled to
thwi places by the Cleveland admln-M-rfitkm
were laughing in their sleeve
at the cute way the president had given
them a life-tenure of their places, but
It turns out that tliey laughed to oon.
A prominent government official tells
this to the IVashintrton corn-spon lent
of the Louisville Courl.-r -Journal:
"L"nitel States on-suls ivho draw a
alaj-y of 12,500 a y-ai- and under are
nfrt undi.r clvb service, as -many people
believe. They are. however, und-r civil
riee in a limited way, as I will ex
plain. For inwtance, 40 lor GO applicants
file papers asking for this or that con
sulate. The secretary of state will rec
oinimmd the applicant tj be appointed.
The favored applicant i thn notified
to appear before a 'dvii board In the
state department for examination. If
he makes the required per cent, he Is
qualified for appointment, and the pros
dent does the rest. You may put It
down that the democrats now holding
positions h the consular aervioe will
have to walk the plank, and they won't
be allowed to take their own time about
tt. 'either. It w III be In this service
that the spoilsmen will get in their
work, first. No position In the consular
servoe to under civil service In the
sense itnat the Clerkships In the depart
ment are under the civil service."
However, It Is to be remembered that
the consular fee .have all Ibeen cut
off, and the salary itself 1 the only
emolmument which the ooMul now re
ceives. This makes these smaller, posi
tions of no profit to the bolder." Pre
viously the fees made the positions
worth having; but now a man really
needs private menna in addtlMt to his
salary to ltve rrvectnWy abroad aa
an fnited State consul.
Nowadays when women are trying to
do everything, It Is not strange that
ntany things ar over-done. It Is not
sftraniro "that there are all kinds of
physical and nwntal disturbances. If
the wwrnan who s a dAor, a lawyer,
or a Journalist, or In business would
not try to bo a society woman too It
might be different; but the woman who
knows when he has done a day's work
haa yet to be born. I'sually a woman's
way la to keep on doing until she drops
Working In this way haa manifold
evils. Th nxvst common trvuiMc re
sulting from over-exertion, either men
tally r hytcUly. I constipation of
the bowels, with all Its attendant hor
rors. Ir. Wire's rictuwnt Pellets are the
most ptYcotuul remedy in the market.
They work upon the system easily, na
turally. There is no unpleasant nausea
after taking fchom. No griping no pain
no discomfort. They are composed
of materials that go through the sys
graduttlly. collecting all impurities and.
like the good little servants that they
are. disposing of them effectually
Th? new linens are dreams of beauty
They are so small that the most sen
sitive persons take them, they are so
effective that the most obstinate cases
of constipation, headahce and torpid
liver yield to thorn. That la why De
Witt's Little Early Risers are known
as the famous little pills. Chas. Rog
ers. Shoppers were out In
full force yea-
E. E. Turner, of Compton, Mo., writes
us) that after suffering from piles for
seventeen years, he completely cured
them by using three boxes of De Witt's
Witch Hasel Salve. It cures ecietna
and severe skin diseases. Chaa. Rogers.
The cult of brawn
fad of the moment.
Is the fashionable
If you have ever seen a child In the
agony of croup, you can appreciate the
gratitude of mothers who know that
I0"" Minute Cough Cure relieves their
little ones as quickly as it is admin
istered. Many home in the city are
never without It. Chas. Rogers.
Ascenckm lilies. daffoiMls and violets
are blooming in the tlortsls
It Is surprising what a "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick headache,
constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
dizziness, are quirkly banished by De
Witt's Little Early P.lsers. Small pill.
Safe pill. Beet pill. Chas. Rogers.
No one is so independent that they
can afford to defy the world's opinion.
Don't allow the lungs to be Impaired
by the continuous Irritation of a cough.
It is easier to prevent consumption
than to cure It. One Minute Cough
Cura taken early will ward off any
fatal lung trouble. Chas. Rogers.
U takes a very strong-minded woman
to walk out of a rtaurant without
feeing the waiter.
Torturing. Ichlng. scaly skin erup
tiona. burns and scalds are soothed
at once and promptly healed by De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the best
known cure for piles. Chas Rogers.
How imamy of us would rather let
a debt alip by rather than remind a
person of their obligation?
One minute Is all the time necessary
to decide from personal experience that
One Minute Cough Cure does what
its name implies. Chas. Rogers.
The American father Hs the dearest
creature In the world, excepting, of
course, fine American mother.
There are a great many of the un
fortunate ones In this world, greater
in number than those who are blessed
with good diegstion. To some people
the greatest misfortune Is not to be
able to eat everything set before them.
'I suffered for years with Dyspepsia,
and everything I ate disagreed with
me. I was induced to try Simmons
Liver Regulator and was curl. I now
eat everything." M. Bright, Madison
A great photographic .amura f.r tak
ing life-slat- plotures has been made in
Dublin. The lainiu lakes a plat - s-ven
fet high and five wide.
a. 1 "r.v
TUB Favorite Horns Remedg.
For an diseases caused by derangement
of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach.
Keep it always in the house and you
will save time and Doctor's Bills, and
have at hand an active, harmless and per
fectly safe purgative, alterative and tonic.
If you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent
headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe
tite and tongue coated, you are suffering
from torpid liver or biliousness, and SIM
MONS Liver regulator will cure you.
If you have eaten anything hard to
digest, or feel heavy after meals or sleep
less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER
REGULATOR will relieve you and bring
If at any time you feel your system
needs cleansing and regulating without
violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER
J. II. ZeUin & Co, Philadelphia. I
FREE TO EVERY MAN
THE MKTHOP-8 OF A UKKAT
TREATMENT FOR WEAKNESS
Which Cured Him ..iter Everything
Painful diseases are bad enough, but
when a man Is slowly wasting away
with nervous weakness, the mental
forebodings are ten times worse than
the most severe pain. There is no let
up ! the mental suffering day or night.
Sleu is almost Impossible, and under
such a stram men are scarcely respon -
slide for what they do. For years the
writer rolled and tossed on the troubled
sea of sexual weakness until It was a
question whether he had not hotter
take a dose of poison and thus end all
1.1. ....i.i..., !!. ,.n., l.l...,fUl lw.,t.-,i.
Ids inHtir? 't ... ,.,, .,. i ...-,-...
ttn came to nis aut tn me sniipo oi n
combination of medicines that not only
completely restored the general health,
but enlarged his weak, emaciated parts
to natural slie and vigor, and he now
declares that any man who will take
the trouble to send his name and ad
dress may have the method of this won
derful treatment free. Now when I
say free I mean absolutely w ithout cost,
because 1 want every weakened man to
get the benefit of my experience.
I ant not a philanthropist, nor do I
pose as an enthusiast, but there are
thousands of men suffering the mental
tortures of weakened manhood who
would l cured at ones could thev but;"1 become fully satisfied that it was
get such a remedy as the one that
cured me. Do not try to study out how
I can afford to pay the few postage
stamps necessary to mall the Informa-
tion. but send for It. and learn that
there are a few things on earth that al-
though they cost nothing to get they
are worth a fortune to some men and
mean a lifetime of happiness to moat
of us. Write to Thomas Slater. Box SSS,
Kalamasoo, Mich., and the Information
will be mailed In a plain, sealed en
A few months ago. Mr. Byron Every,
of Woodstock. Mich., was badly allltcled
with rheumatism. Hla right leg was
swollen the full length, causing him
great suffering. He was ail vised to try
i Chamterlaln's Pnln Ilalm. The llrst ;
bottle of it helped him considerably, and :
the second bottle effected a cure. The :
23 and "0 cent sues are for ante by
the Estes-Conn Drug Co.
A piece f iron has h-n found in an 1
air passage of the great pyramid and :
it is suinioseil to have been there since j
.1700 B. C.
Many oasea of "Grippe" have lately ,
been cured by One Minute Cough Cure. I
This preparation set- m especially
adapted to the cure of this disease. It j
acts quickly, thus preventing serious j
complications and bad effects In which .
this disease often leaves the patient, j
Chas. Rogers. I
A French explorer iret-ently found a
loaf of bread supposed to have been
baked S0 B. C. It bertalnly dll not
resemble than the kind mother us I
Cupid breaks ms bow at the sight of j
a face full of pimples. Hollow cheeks,
sunken eyes, and a sallow complexion ;
will defy his best Intentions. Beauty !
is more than skin deep. The skin is ;
merely the surface on which Is written
In plain characters the condition of the '
body. Dr. Pierce's C.olden Medical Dis-
icovery is good for the complexion be-'
cause it makes the whole body healthy
because rt clears and purlfli-s the j
blood, makes the digestion strong and j
clears out Impurities of all kinds. By !
increasing the ability to assimilate nu- j
unious rooo, ana rjy tne infusion of
its own Ingredients It enriches the !
blood and so makes solid, healthy tlah.
It cures diseases of the lungs, liver, j
stomach, bowels, skin and scalp, simply
because all these diseases spring from
liic suiutf i.u!ir a uisoruerea uigmtion 1
and conswiuent lmijiiro hl.vl !
The ti-mperature of the -arth ad
vancft, one degree for -very ilkfty--irn.
fe rjVscserrt. At thirty ndls b-lnw
it Is euppotted the metaU and rocks
are at white heat.
Tit fw- y
It Is to the manner in whb-h dift'-rent
colors ar absortx-d or rcile;b'd by a
Ixciy than Its color Is lue. If white
light falls un a r'l mee th- ro- still
reflect!! r-d, b-cause r-d r;iys are tha
only ones absorbed by the flower.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's ah'
The year of Mars Is alnrt twice as
long as that of our planet, having C7S
days of our time.
"AWAY WITH MKLANrilOL-Y,
And bid dull care a vaunt,
hounds v. ry
well In vers", but if you have a cace
of th "blueV caused by lndlg-stlon,
with blliousneHM arlded on as an extra
horror, you cannot say hey! presto! and
hu lnurt? the departure of those abom
inable twins. The "propi-r caper" when
thus troubled Is to tu-k the aid of Hos
ttter's Stoma.-h Bitrters. Thereafter
you will speedily digest with ease and
cat with appetite, and your liver will
n-asBert its right to regularity. Not
only this, but you can rotlre without
a horrible drad that a Washington
monument will in dreams impose It-
If upon bhe pit of your stomach. If
you feel premonitory symptoms of
chills and fever, kidney trouble, or
rheumatism, summon the Hitters to the
rwn-ue without d'day, "ltt a uorse
thing befall yrxi." A feeble condition
of the systlem is more speedily changed
to a vigorous one by this fine tonic
than by any other medicinal agent
In existence. A wineglassful three times
From everywhere chih .words of
j praise for Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy. "Allw in to ootigvatuUle you on
tlio merits of your Nsmody. It cured
Into of rtuvulo bronohitis wlnrn th doo
jtor could do nothing for nv.'hrlea
F. Hcitkll. Toledo, Ohio. For sale by
j ihe F'tea-Otkivn JVug Co,
To Orrec we give our shining blades
every time. Our hearts to you,' Prince
Mlnuts f.mi ilke nours when a life
I at stake. Croup gives no time to
send for a doctor, delay may mean
,mB i"n"te rough . ure glvea
, l"'ant relief and Insures recovery. The
,,m-v harmless remedy that produce
'"'"'""ate rt-aulU. Chan. Rogers,
I It may snow i Washington on tn
;augrutim day; as a weather prophet
predicts, but Mr. Ihn will proKihty
bs able to keep his feet warm.
I TO t l KK A rot.lt IN o; i..
Take laxative Uromo quinine Tableta
'All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. Jic. For sale by Chas.
If the power had a little, of llieece's
pluck the Eastern situation would soon
be settled. Haltlmore American.
Mr. Ward U Smith, of Frederick
town. Mo., wsa troubbxt with chronic
diarrhoea titr over thirty year. He
.,,ly oueestlon of a short time until
ino vuld hv to give R up. lie had
i bo'n treat l by some of the b. phy
Mn" ,n Kur,lH and America, but got
' tv tvll"t- ln y be W' ked up
j nownpam-r and chanced to rem! an ad-
vertlseuiont of Chamberlain's Colic
l nolera and IMarrhoea Remedy. He
git a bottle of it. and th first dose
holied him and Its continued use cured
him. For sal by Katos-Conn Irug Co.
rtu sultan will never ose to feel
that Greece ha been a trifle niggardly
wun ner ultimatums. Washington
Airnaaieixflnc a ikm. h iml demptinn mar
llit-lraaMrtln. fr. ahotbrr n no.mion i.
pnswiMjr pintM. ('oamiunk-MliMtui trtt-tly
nsiildvnllaL Ultlnt urntcj f.Tm-umi wmu
In Amrnem. W hart a Waliiuii, la.
" takm tkruuati Miuia A Co. rtowra
BWMl Dtaioa la iba .'
j ii mibim, lRrm rimilstitia of
ISe J..iiriMl. wa)jr, imu ai ill Mri
noiilb. timn.) ouprn and Uasit
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the tame diseases withoufl
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n j l ni .1
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The objections urg'd against lndlo Id
the past by the large bumhrrs who
otherwise would have been (lad to tak
advantage of Its beneficial climate, haa
! tx-n a lack of suitable accommodation
I The Southern Pacific Company tnkes
j pleasure In announcing that several
! Commodious and
have Just been erected ai lndlo station.
mat wui be rented to applicants st rea
sonable rales. Thny are furnlnhnd with
modern conveniences, supplied with purs
artesian water and so situated as to give
occupants all the advantages to bt de
rived from a more or less protracted
resldenci In this delightful climate.
(From th Ban Francisco Argonaut.)
"In th heart of th great desert of tha
Colorado which 'the Southern Pacific
traverses tliero Is an oasis called lndlo,
which. In our opinion. Is the sanitarium
of the earth. We believe, from personal
investigation, that for certain Individual",
there Is no spot on this planet so favor
able." O. T. Htewart, M. D., writes: "The
purity of the air, and the eternal sun
shine. All one with wond'-r and dillghl.
. . . Nature nas accomplished so
much that there .remains hut little for
man to do. As to Its possibilities as a
health retort--here Is the moot perfect
sunshln', with a temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry soli, for rain Is
an unknown factor; purs oxygen, dens
atmosphere and pure water. What mors
ran be desired? It Is the place, abov
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dise for rheumatics. Considering th
number of sufferers who have been
cured, I have no hesitancy in recom
mending this genial oasis as the har'n
of the afflicted."
Is 612 miles from
and 130 liiles from
Fare from Los Angeles
, E. P. ROOER8,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. B. P. Co.
J. B. KIRK LAND,
Dlit Pass. Agt
Cor. First and Alder a La.. Portland, Oi
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GIVES CHOICE Or
Via Spokane and St. Pad
Via Ogdeo, Denver and
Omaha or St. Paul
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers '
Free Reclining- Chair Cars
Astoria to Sao Francisco.
Columbia. Vednwday, Fob. 17.
State of Cal., Monday. Krb. Jl.
Columbia, Saturday, Feb. 27.
St.te of Cal., Thursday, March 4.
Columbia, Tu.wd.iy, March 9.
State of Cal.. Sunday, March li.
Columbia. Friday, March 19.
State of Cal . Wednesday. March .4.
For rates and general Information call
on or address
O. W. LOb'NHBEnRT.
W. H. HURLHURT.
CJsn. I'as. Art., Portland. Or.
President and Maaagar.
H. S. LYMAN,
Offlw, across the street cast of post
office. Oince hours, tlrst Wednesday of
every month. a, m. to 3 p. m. Every
Saturday, la. ra. to I p. m.
H. A. BMITH.
' .A '
Itooms 1 and 2, I'ythlan Building,
ovei C. H. Cooper's store.
OR. O. B. K8TKH,
PHYfllCIAN AND HC'RGKON.
Special attention to dlsi-ases of woman
Office ovi-r Dnni'irTi store. Astoria.
Telephone No. 12.
JAY TI'TTI-E. M. D,
PHYSICIAN, Hl'ROKON AND
Office, roomi r an. I , Pythian liulldli.g.
Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 6 Resldenos,
9 Cedar street.
h. T. crtosny,
ATTORN KY-AT-LA W.'
in Commercial strsrt.
J. Q A. ROWLHY,
ATTORNKY AND COI'NBFILOR
OfTlce on Hond street. Astoria, Or
JOHN T MflMTKR.
Office, upatalia. Aslorlan Hiilldlng
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlioa
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLI'H. NIXON DOLPH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 21. 23, 2S and 17,
Hamilton Uulldlng. All legal and col
lection bualn ss promptly attended to.
Claims against the government a spa
Jlalty. SOCIETY MEETINOS.
TEMPLE LOrKlK NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M Regular communications held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. LOUNSRERRY, W. If.
E. C. HOLDEN. Secretary.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The partnership heretofore existing
under the name of Robb Parker,
wherein W. L. Robb and F. L. Parker,
of Astoria, Oregon, were eoual part
ners Is this 13th day of January, A.
D. 1SS7, dissolved by mutual consent
F. L. Parker will continue the business
and assume all obligations.
W. L. KOBB, ;
F. L. PARKER.
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CHAS ROOEIlfl, tit
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil
wauk and Bt. Paul Railway. No, its
tarlns ars vaatlbuled. haatnr by steam,
and llghtsd by sisotrlclty. Each slaan.
car berth has an elactrlo reading lamp.
Its dining cars ars tha bast In Ihe world.
and Its coaohas ars palaces on whssla
This great railway, connecting aa It
does with all transcontinental linns at St
Paul and Omaha, assures to the tarvsllng
public Ihs best servlos known. Tickets
via tha Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway are on sals at all railroad tlokst
offices to any point In the United States
or Canada. For maps, folders and other
C J. EDDY, Oeneral Agent.
J. W. CASEY, Portland, Or
Trar. Pass and Tkt. Agent
tlarr lll.ooo fOJ-tON pormaaiui
ourad In IbbiM ilara. Vuil ran ba IrKatm nA
horonfi.raaoie price Under aainaguarau
ty. If fiiQpr. fi-r t(ionnieherei.a arillcun
tract to par rsllniait farrand h"iel billi.and
lbanra.lt wo tad Uieuni. If ruutiavaUaen iuur
and sit 1 1 1 have ariia and
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inr parlot the Ulf, llitlrnr Kv-lirma fulllnr
jut. it la this Mernmlii ry lll,Hl I'OInii.S
we guarantee ui cure. We ani,-it itie ni.t ohall
uale caans and rtiitlleric" Ilia world lor a
'jmii we cannot cure 'una ill nean h is a' ran
'wllleit tbeeMIII ol the moat emlnmit idiral-
rliiiia. sjnoil.oiio cnintal la-nii-rl our 11 miu
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Beaver Hill n
For Family or
Reasonable In Price
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO
to Its Job
Give Us a Trial
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This Is the
GREAT SHORT LINK
A 1 II It e -.
a no v an i i n nis i
Their Marnlflrent Track I'rerleaa Ves
tlhulnd tuning and Hlreplng Car
Trains and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIMli
ilav. given this road a national repuu
tlon. All classes of passengers carried
on th. vsstihuled trains without itra
churns. Hhlp your frelirht and travel
over this famous line. All wants hare
W. II. MKAD, V. C. flAV:.OB,
Oen. Agent. Trav. F. and I. Aft.
Ml Washington St.. Portland, fir.
nt la a nnn.poiannoaa
lmwr lir tlnrn.rrhiae.
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t!lr.mlar a-ni un riwiuaat
CavMU.ane' Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat
ent buuneia cond ucted (or MosssaTC fiee.
Oun Omct is Osm.itc W. m. utist Orr 101
and we can f ure
: in leaf tune man thoer
ramnte fmin Waahinalun.
Band modtL drawTnc or shnto.. with dratrin-
ition. W adrlaa, II pateatable or nut, Irae o(
charf a. Our las not due till peient is aacared.
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