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, At JvirKwona station, JN. J., rc
rently, Frank Bessa, colored, twenry
ftree years ohl, amed.froM the At
latIo City express, which just then
was niaking forty-five miles an hour.
Us landed squarely on his head in a
rrr ditch; roiled over, got tip and
wkkw to uanwon. "'His head was
illghtly cut," sys an awe-struck re
porter, "and one log was bruised, but
tiserwise he was tminiured."
Ieoly County can boast of the tall
est raatt as well as the smallest woman
ia Georgia. Sam Cason stands in his
stocking feet seven feet and two inches
and there is room enough for several
more inches. Cason is so slim that he
hardly casts a shadow, but he can srvt
over ground about as -fast as a locomo
tive, lira. A. Hall- has a daughter.
Aur.a., that wa3 born in 1872; conse-
qTiently she is fifteen years old, yet is
only thirty inches ia height. She oes
al-oat her household duties like a little
liiv, but, being so small, she is not re
quired to do much. She is about the
smallest woman in the world.
ANECDOTES. OF KRUPP.
5ni of tti Stranre Peonli&rttim of the
lae following stories of the late Herr
XLrnpp are curious: "It was a standing
order to all those who surrounded or
approached him that the word 'Death
- was never to be mentioned or referred
t ia conversation within the precincts
6f his great establishment. Some
years a 50 a relative of his wife came to
stav niih him, and was taken suddenlv
r.I srsd died. When Krupp heard of it
. he ed immediately to the neighboring
town of Dusseldorf, and would not re
turn until after his relative had been
duly buried. This very naturally led
to a scene with his wife, the result
feeing that they separated. Mrs. Krupp
went to live at Dresden, and not even
the entreaties of their son prevailed on
Herr Krupp to see her before be died
The same stubbornness was shown by
him when bis son Fritz, who contested
the parliamentary borough (Essen) at
the last general election in the interest
ef the Government, was defeated Lv
the Ultra' or 'Clerical party.' Herr
E.rupp issued an edict that no employe
should take into his cottage or read the
local papers of the Ultramontane party.
A iew says arter tnis eaiet a poor
workman being found wrapping up his
Sutterbrod in a sheet of the journal was
rastantiy dismissed- N. Y. Post.
THE LUCK jOF SOME MEN AND
HOW THEY ACCEPT IT.
In the grand monthly drawing of the
Louisiana State Lottery, Oct. 11, two-
tenths of the capital prize of one hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars were
old in this city, the remaining frac
tions in New York and Chicago.
Mr. Laurent Faget, a well known
broker doing business at IS1 Common
street, was" the first comer at the lot
tery of3ce Wednesday morning, ard.
on behalf of a friend, presented for re
demption one-tenth of ticket 13,646,
entitled to fifteen thousand dollars.
Having received & bank check for
that amount, Mr. Faget bowed his ac
knowledgment, signed a certineate anp
Scarcely had he withdrawn when in
stepped two gentlemen, Mr. Victor
Tujaguo and friend. Tujague had
drawn & prize and he desired to claim
it ia person. His ticket, 58,480, rep
resented two-tenths of the third capi
tal prize of twenty thousand dollars,
and was entitled to four thousand dol
bit. lujague is a handsome young
fellow, native of New Orleans, appar
ently 21 years of age, and with his
father keeps a saloon at 213 Decatur
street. He bought his ticket from a
peddler in his neighborhood, and is
thoroughly convinced that fortune is
kind in the distribution of favors.
He received a check for four thou
sund dollars on the New Orleans Na
tional Bank like a little man; smiled,
and wanted everybody to smile with
hiia, and signed for the biggest sum of
money he ever received for his mdi
vidua! account, for although his father
has usually joined in his lottery ven
tures, on this particular occasion the
old gentleman "guessed he wouldn't
go in," for which unrighteous guess
the o. g. is doubtless investigating hie
horoscope with a view of obliterating
from ih1? hrmament hia zodiacal sign
v Ktor ejtpecta to add " & Son" to
the sign which swings over the door of
the house of spiritual refreshments,
"iJ Decatur street, and to Invest in
such choice properties as be may con
sider bargains. He will not loan
inoocy at usurious or even doubtfulin
terest. - -
The other one-tenth of the one hun
dred and fifty thousand dollar prize
w-iB drawn yesterday by the Union
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TRiCKS CM THE STAGE
A ISwrilUag t.i"o tn-l Eeatli Sircggla.
Some time ago there was oil exhibi
tion, ia New York, what was called
th9 '' wonderful electrical man ! "
That "wonder" now pays that he was
always Kcrttly connected with a battery
so arranged as to defeat discovery!
Many " freaks of nature" are only
freaks of clever deccptivs skill.
Bishop, the mind-reader, so-called,
was shown to be only a shrewd student
of human nature, whose reading of
thought was not phenomenal.
Even ho intelligent a man as Eobert
Dale Ow?n was for many years fully
persuade-J that certain alleged spiritual
maniiestations were genuine, but, in
the Katie King case., he eventually
found that he had been remorselessly
When to natural credulity il added a
somewhat easily-fired imaginations,
spectres becomes facta, and clever tricks
That man," remarked a prominent
physician the other day to our reporter,
thinks he is sick. He is a hypo.'
He comes heie regularly three times a
week for treatment. There is abaoluidv
nothing the matter with him, but of course
every time he comes I fix him up
M And he ravs for it T "
" Yes, $3.00 a visit. But what I give
him has ne remedial power whatever,
I have to cater to his imaginary ills.
He is one of my best frienda, and I dare
not disappoint his fears.
An even more striking case of pro
fessional delusion is related by W . H.
Winton, business manager of the King
ston (N. l . ) freeman :
" In 1S83, Mr. JR. R., of New Y ork,
C a. relative of a lite vice-president of
the United States) was seriously ill o
a very fatal disorder. The best physi
cians attended him, but until the last
one was tried, he constantly grew
worse. This doctor gave him some
medicine in a two-ounce bottle. Im
proving, he got another bottle, paying
f 2 for each. He was getting relief after
using several of these mysterious email
One day he laid one on bis desk in
his New York office. In the same of
fice a friend was using a remedy put
up in a large bottle, liy pure acci
dent it was found out that these two
bottles contained exactly the same
medicine, the two-ounce vial costing
tbe doctor's patient f 2, while his friend
paid but $ 1.25 for a bottle holding over
sixteen ounces of Warner a safe cure.
The doctor's services were stopoed at
once, the man continued treating him
self with what hia doctor secretly pre
scribed Warner's safe cure, whih
finally restored him to health from an
at tack of what his doctors called bnght's
If the leading phvsicians in the land
through fear of the code, will eerrf7y
prescribe Warner s safe cure in all case
of kidney, liver and general disorder,
do they not thereby confess their own
inability to cure it, and, by the strong
est sort of endorsement, commend that
preparation to the public ?
e hear it warmly spoken of m
every direction, and we have no doubt
whatever, that it is, all things consid
ered, the very best article of the kind
A Nt'.W REPUBLIC.
A Bit of Lxad Xorth of th Araaxon
The tract of land which lies between
Brazil and French Guiana, and which
was a no-man's land, has been de
clared by its inhabitants an independ
ent country. The Republic of JUounanL
as it is called, is 24. ow miles in ex
tent, the coast line is 187 miles long
and the population 700 persona, one
half of whom dwell at Counani, the
capital, in thirty-five houses. Th
bulk of these are descendants of
Maroons, or slave refugees from Bra
zil, but I learn from M. Boisstit, the
agent of the new-fledged republic in
France, that their sympathies are en
tirely French. In 183,1st hev begged to
be annexed to France, but the French
Government declined, in observance of
a treaty entered into with Brazil in 1841
which declared Counani nentral soil
RepnlseL, but not baClcd, the na
tives unanimously set up a republic.
with a French journalist, M. Jules
Gros, at its head. The other members
of the Gvernment are likewise
Frenchmen, living in France, and the
French language is rendered official
in the new-born State. I have before
me the first number of the official jour
nal of Counani, styled "Las jSouvelles
de France et des Colonies, Journal
Ofliciel de la R?publique." La Quyane
Irvlependtnte, whose offices are at the
Legation, 18 Rue du Louvre, is an In
teresting little penny sheet, and Is to
come out twice monthly. The official
column contains a decree signed at
Vanves, a suburban district, by the
Life President, appointing M. Guignes
Minister of State and Grand Chancel
lor of the Order of the Star of Counani.
Another and older decree institutes
the Order of the Star of Counani, o!
which there are to be ten grand crosses,
twenty grand officers, thirty com
manders, one hundred officers, and an
unlimited number jof knights. The
stfr, of which I saw- a oolored draw
ing at the Legation, is undoubtedly a
tasteful one. M. Boisset tells me that
after M. Gros leaves France very few
decorations will be any longer given
away, so that this distinction will be
come a very rare and hence highly
Tl.e resources of the country consist
of agricultural products, minerals, tim
ber and cocoa, 7.000 sterling worth
of which is annually exported; India
rubber, cotton, sarsaparilla, tobacco,
vanilla, coffee, maize, rice, potatoes.
dates, goyavas,, pineapples, oranges.
lemons, etc. Breeding .horses, cattle
and sheep is also very profitable. A
lme of vessels will be run between
Counani and Cayenne on one hand.
and Para in Brazil on the other. Lon
The fool-fciuer received a loud can
from Ponca, Neb., last week. A man
named B.dton, with a new-fangled fly
trap a blanket saturated withpoal oil
hnng it up in the house and waited for
the harvest. The .trap was soon loaded
with swarms of flies and then set ou
fire. The flies were destroyed, togetl er j
with the blanket and the house. The
experiment cott him $750.
Large shipments ot shovels are
beinar made from Pittsburgh, Pa., to
South America, to a -very large and
growing extent supplanting the clumsy
English goods which have heretofore
been supplied to the markets there.
Ixrcat sritaia is suHermg Irom a
great drought this year. The rivers
are drying up and thousands of &ih
are lying duad la th" bottoms f drid
COLONEL. VERGER'S DREAM.
Uow tl Terror of Mtlit IVuro Kcatlitil
In Broad lit) light.
me folk who have had lrfanis
take great plens'iro in dei-ribing
them, and such a one is Colonel
The other day the Colonel moved
down one cf the principal streets In
Austin, wearing a troubled expression
and a new suit of clothes. lu his uu-
wonted abstraction ho very nearly
collided with Jude Peterby.
"Why so p -nstve?" inquired Judge
Peterbv, "and why that haunted
"Hello, Poterby!" exclaimed Colonel
rergor. "Excuse me; I did not sie
you. Well, well. I don't wonder that
I look haunted. I have been hunted
Hunted, ehP ' Tis better to hnnt
than fo bo hunte L In what ferocious
manner were you pursued? Snakes,
savages or wild animalsP Bad dream
or a well-developed case of night
mare?" A dream. At least, it was partly
a dream, partly a stern reality.
What were the prevailing symp
toms the principal features, Yer-
"In the first place, I imagined my
self at El Paso, aud that a mad dog
tried to scrape my acquaintance and
interview me. Now. I despise mad
dogs, and want none of their atten
Hons, and consequently I struck right
ont for Galveston Bay, nine hundred
miles distant, southeast The dog
still pursued me. like the villain in
the play, and when I reached the
G ilf I was not leading by more than
two or three lengths at tho best; but
In I went, and the wide-mouthed cae
of canned hydrophobia plunged right
n after me. And ti e brute actually
waded, too, waded more than three
miles. Those Galveston people never
wanted deep water worse than I did.
I don t know how much water the dog
drew, but ho got s uck on the bar. all
the same, and I struck boldly out wi n
a fu'l arm. hand-over-hand stroke for
Mexico. Pretty aoon a playful but
heavy-jawed shark got after me, and
I was sorry then I had not remained
in company with the mad dog. Fi ially
I gained the land somf-waere dow 1 on
Camoechv banks, and there I found
myself gazing down iinto the open
countenance of the bigge st nliiga'or I
ever saw In my Ufa You
could throw a Saratoga trunk
right down into his hold
and not overload him. The alligator
smiled, and I bowed deft-ren-ially. I
waited to keep on the right side of
him. That was the outside. But I
did wish at that supreme and awful
mom nt that I had been desiccated by
the shark. B it jmt a the alligator
had made all his little interior ar
rangements for my reception I awvke.
My mother-in-law looking down
on "mo with the calm stony stare of a
basilisk, and I was then regrstful I
had not jumped down thi alligitor's
larynx, and gone into winter quarter.
I learned, too late, that all the ret .f
my torments had been myth. Here
was astern reality. W as it not a Hor
rible thing to be tortnrvd all n:ght and
hen at broad davli ht ha turned over
to the enemy ?" Term Si flings.
Difficulties a Train Captain
Keep Hi Plmeo.
"Railroads do not often reinstate a
man after he l;ab-en bounced. "iul-A a
veteran of the rail to me as wo were
thundering along his roa'L "A -pas
senger conductor is generally one w ho
lias been promoted from the brnki-s.
Sometimes an engineer is made a con
ductor, butyoit will find these things
an exception. Companies like to keep
good engineers at the throttle. They
had rather give them m ire pay than
to promote them. As a rule it is first
brakeman on a freight, then to the
sam place on a passenger, then con
ductor on a freight and bv and by U
the passenger tra;n by. mighty slow
coaches. M:iny a passenger conduct-1
or has to work as "an extra" for two
years or more before he gets a tr.-.i
of his own. And then, when the cov
eted place is in sight, he has a w n ek
and if be hasn't a mighty giod c
and occasionally influence he get
bounced. Then he has to go to som
other road and begin at the 1ttom.
"Iknow a man who has worked m
this way for ten years. The very firs
run he had with his regular train ther
was a smshup and afier the investi
gation he was fired. Ha had sav-sd tip
about $1,500. He took Ibis money ami
went on the Biard of Trade, and lost
every dolhir i i less than awe -k. II
went to railroading again, at th
brakes on a freight, for another com
pany, and has j istbeen put on as con
ductor of a freight on a Western road
that kills about six conductor. evei
je.r. Barring the dangers of an en
gineer, his place is ti e best on th
road. It is mighty seldom that ai
engineer, if he escapes, is held to ac
count for an accibnt. Tl.e Brother
hood of L'coniotiv Engineer is tin
strongest and s aunchest organizatioi
on the face of the earth, and is the only
one that a railroad directory is afraid
of- But the place of condnc or, espe
cially passenger conductor, is lheinoi
ungrateful and uncertain that a ma 1
can hold." Chicago MaiL
According to the Oil City Derrick,
there are move than 84,000 miles of
tubing used in the oil wells of Penn
sylvania. At 15 cents a foot this tub
ling would cost t29.O00.OO0. It would
require, allowing 400 feet to the well.
31,600,000 of b casing, which, -nt 50
cents per foot, would amount to $15.-
750,000. Allowing an average of 100.
feet of drive pipe to a well, it would
require 7,500,000 feet, and cost, at $1.40
per foot, $10,500,000. It would take
$7,000,000 of lumber to build the rigs,
and the machinery and boilers neces
sary would cost $20,000,000 more, mak-
11 g a grand aggregate of $30,850,000.
Crude opium sells for fS a pound;
it pays a duty of $10 a pound, j'et in
Portland and San Francisco it can be
bought, after preparation for use, at
13 a pound. This is as near prima
facie evidence of the business of smug
gling as possible. The drug is brought
largely through Victoria. . B. C, and
Portland and San Francisco into this
country, and there is only one little
revenue cutter to guard the whole Pa
cific coast against the traffic Opium
is doing as much damage to Americans
s alcohol, 3-et few voices are uplifted
gainst its use and the smugglers who
li tr educe it. ' -
An iavestigati n of Spanish earth
quakes by two Italian physicists shows
that they are more common in the coast
regions than in the interior, and in the
south than in the north; also that they
sear most frequently la tka autumn
KEEPING A DIARY.
jttantc K'-uiltt to ll-suH from
Keonrutug tlnlly Kveut.
Many people regard the keeping of a
diarv as a meritorious occupation. The
young are urged to Jake up this cross;
it is supposed to benefit girls especially.
Whether women should do it ia to aome
minds not an open question, although
there is on record the case of the
Frenchman who tried to shoot himself
when he heard that his wife was keep
ing a diary. This intention of suicide
m.-tv hare arisen from the fear that his
wife was keeping a record of his own
peccadilloes rather man 01 nor own
thoughts and emotions. Ur It may
hafe Ihh'ii from the foar that she was
putting down those little conjugal
remarks which the husband always
dislikes to have thrown up to him, and
which a woman can usually quote
accurately, it may be for years, it may
be forever, without the help of a diary.
So wo can appreciate without approv
ing the terror of the frenchman at
living on and on in the same house with
a growing diary. For it is hot simply
that this lil'le book of judgement is
there in black and white, but that the
maker of it is increasing her power of
minute observation and analytic expres
sion. In discussing the question
whether a woman should keep a diary
it is understood that it is nm, a more
memorandum of events and engage
ments, such as both men and women
of business and affairs necessarily keep,
but the daily record which sets down
feelings, emotions and Impressions and
criticises people and records opinions.
But this is a questiou that apphos to
men as well as to women.
It has Iwen Assumed that the diary
serves two good purposes: it is a dis
ciplinary exercise for the keeper of it
and perhaps it moral guide; and it has
great historical value. As to the first.
it m-xy be helpful to order, 'method
discipline and it may be an indulgence
of spleen, whims and unwholesome
criticism and conceit The habit of say
ing right out what you think of every
body is not a jj wd one atid the record
of such opinions and impressions, while
it is 'jot so mischievous to the public as
talking may be, is harmful to the re
corder. An l when we come tt the
historical value of the diary, we confess
to a growing suspicion of it It is such
a deadly weapon when it comas to light
alter the pass igo or years, it has an
authority which the spoken word of
its keeper never had. It is ex parte
ami it can not be cross-examined- Th
supposition is that being contemporane
ous with the events spoken of, it mus
le true and that it is an honest record.
Now, as a matter of fact, we doubt if
people are any mire honest as to
themselves or others in a diary than
out of it; and rumors, reported fuels
and impressions set down dailv in the
heat and haste of the prejndical hour
are about as likely to be wrong as right
Two diaries of the same event rarely
agree. And in turning over an old
dmry we never know what to allow for
the personal equation. Th diary is
greatly relie J on by the writer of his
tory, but the Drawer doubts if there is
anv such liar ia the world, even when
the keeper of it is hon.'St It is certain
to be partisan and more liable to be
misinformed than a newspaper, which
exercises some care in view of imme
diate publicity. The writer happens
to know of two diaries which record, on
ihe testimony of eye witnesses, the cir
cumstances of the last hours of Garfield.
irnl they differ utterly in essential par
ticulars, une 01 tnese m ly turn up
ifty years from now and be accepted
as true. An Inhnite amount oi gossip
-oes into diaries about man and women
that would not stand the test of
moment's contemporary publication
Cut by and by it may all be used to
smirch or brighten unjustly some oue's
character. Suppose a man in the Army
of the Potomac hail recorded dailv all
his opinions of men and events. Read
ing it-over now, with more light and
l ister knowledge of character and of
Measures, is it not probable that he
vould find it a tissue of misconceptions?
Few things are actually what they seem
today; they are colored both by ml
ippivhensious ami by moods. IT a man
writes a letter or makes report of an
occurrence for immediate publication.
subject to universal criticism, there is
some restraint on him. In his private
tetters, or diary especially, he is apt to
set down what comes into his head at
the moment, often without much effort
at verification. Harper Alijazme.
The Season s Favorite.
There is one thing; very noticeable at
all the resorts this summer, too, and
that is the red-headed girls are im
mensely popular all round. That must
be because thev are so agreeable - A
red-headed girl is sure to be jolly, just
as a homely girl is sure to be bright.
I here is no nonsense either about a
red-headed girl. She is full of courage
aud strength. Many of the pluckiest
and most daring swimmers here have
hair of the cardinal hue. There were
so many of the girls in bathing this
morning that the surf reminded one of
strawberry water -ice. Afterwaids the
girls stood out on the beach wringing
the sea water ont of their Ion;:, thick
tresses. When a half-dozen of them
rot in a row, with their shining hair
llowing out behind them, you might
have fancied, if you had a good imagin
ation, that there was a new sun-set at
eleven o'clock in the morning, and one,
too, that miht put the old sun-set to
the blush. PUiltvlelphia Prens.
Under the laws of Oregon ten per
cent, of lhe bail money lor felted by de
fault of persons held- oiv criminal
h.iig-s goes to the district attorney.
A oan iiuiciso. newspaper says
that a pet chip nu ik in that city hurl
its foot so that the fljsh dropped off
and left tho bones exposed. There
upon the little follow bit off or ampu
tated the foot at what would corre
spond to the wrist joint In the course
of a few days tho bone still remained
uncovered because no provision had
been made for a flap of the flesh to
cover it. The chipmunk then, with hi-
nose, turned back the flish and hit of)
a piece of bono above the end of the
flush so that it proj ctcd beyond the
bono, in two weeks it had healed up
and the result is a perfect stump.
A man nearL indon recently made
a bet that he could kill, clean, cook
and eat a spring ohickon in fifteen
minutes. Preparatory to the contest
he secured the chicken and provided
lumsell wiin a pot of boiliM-? water, a
buchet of cold watnr, a hot skillet, and
a hot flat-iron. W.ien time was called
he jerked the chicken's head off. doused
it in a pot of boiling water, slipped the
feathers off. cleaned it, and then laid
the fry flat in the pan, with the flat-
iron on top to cook the upper side. At
the close of eleven and a half minutes
he had the chicken h?ues beautifully
Ffiper !s now ued In tho manufacture of
crf'ikis, the new material being stained
and polUhe to re einble rosewood, 1 h
roilhisaro very handsome and compara
TES WiTE!f BETTLEB'S CHGSEJ
With every evlvanoo of emigration into the
far West, a new demand I created for lion tot
tor's Stomach ISIttera. Newly peopled reKioas
are frequently L-aa salubrious than older Kit
tled localities, 011 account of tho miasma which
rinos from recently cleared land, particularly
along the banks of rivers that are tabjoot to
frenn ts. Tbe agricultural or mining emttrr&nt
Boon lmnn. When he docs not already know.
IhMt tho Hi Iters atford the oiilv sore brotnetiun
ac-tiiat malaria, and tluwe disorders of the
Kieinuun, uver and honela. to which climate
chuiijfta, exiui-, and unaocuntomed or un
healthy water or diet subject him. Coms-v
queutly. be places an estimate upon this grant
uuuRumiici Hpecino ana preventive oommensu
r'e with its intrinsic nivrita. and is careful to
keen on hand a restorative and promoter of
health to implicitly to be relied upon in time of
The dtseoverv that thousands of arhonl
chl drrn In Vienna are ntarvinn; has caused
THE SPECIAL OfFBH
Of Thk Youth's Compa..viov, which we
nave puoiia eo, includes 1 ne admtrab e
Double Holiday Number forl'hank giving
and Christmas, with colored cover and
fnlt-p-vae pictures, twenty pastes each.
These, with the other weekivitsauea to Jan-
nary I. 1 8 u. will be aent free to all new
aubscrlb r who send $1.7 for a year's ub-
acripton to January law. Thk Com
panion has been greatly en afged, Is finely
11 UHtraled, ana no other weenly litrarr
paper givea 'i mucn inr ao lows price.
The nrettleat irlrl In Chlcaaro weltrhs 300
pouna- and baa balr Up. tone Is worth
DOS'f YOU KX0W
That jeu cannot afford to neglect that ca-
la'rnl ln t votl J-now mat It mav lead
to consumption, to insanity, to death t
Dot you know that It ran be easily rurei f
iKmtyou Know mat while the thousand
and cue nostrum yon have tried have ut
terly tailed mat it. sag a uatarrn item
edy is a certain cure t it ha-stood the teat
of years, and there are hundred t f th m-
aands of erateful men and women iaall
parts of me countrv wbo can testify to ita
emcary. All ara nts.
Ind'ana has sued Kentucky for posses
sion ot ureen ittver island.
OVa. UTTLK W0ESIE8 A5D IXtS
It is the lttt'e things of l.fe. the wotil
of to-day and to morrow, that make the
crow's-feet around our eyes. So the little
pains of tin hour or a minute break down
the constitution. Look after the little Ills.
Brandretb's Pili-S cure dfsMV, or In
diueation, headache, pain in the xhoai ierv,
couRhs tightness of me cheat. dittinesH,
aour stom -ch. bad taste In the routh, bil
ious attacks, palpitation ct the heart, in
flammation of the lungs. Pain In the re
gion of the kidneys, aud a hun "red o her
painful symptoms are ' ne oi! a prmg ot ay
permla. One or two pills every clcht ia
IT BTJTFEILEES IK0M. tCOKEUJCFnOS,
Scrofula. Bronchltia and General Debility, will
try Mrattt'M KmalalatH t4 Cod Uver Oil witii
liypophaophitca, they will and immediate re
lief aud pcrtninate benefit. Tbe Vedlcal Pro
les-ion auiverwliy declare It a remedy of tbe
greatest value and verv palatablo. Ki ad: "1
nave u -ed Scott's KmulxtoB in aererml caaew of
SorofnUt and Debility tn children. Itonnltj)
niost a at:f:lng. My little palicnta take it with
pioaaure. v. A. hclbkbt, ai. sauaoary,
Sundav scho la were founded InTngland
about the year 11, by a printer ot Glou
cester named John Raekes
THEY WILL K0T DO IT.
Th-e who once take Dr. Pierce's "Ple-a
ant Purgative Pellet " will never consent
to n-t a- y otiirr cathartic They are pleas
ant to take and mid In their opera' ion.
Smaller than ordinarv pills and irclosed in
glass rials; virtues unimpaired, uy arug
Ko-th Carol in, has 18.00000 acres cor
ered by forests.
COHSTJMPTinw sxraElT ' CURED.
Fleaae inform yonr readers that i nave a pos
itive remedy lor the above named dineaae. By
Ita timely urn thousand of hop-U cams hare
Iwra nermanenllv ennd. 1 shall be ftiad to
rend two boulna of my remedy raEE to any of
yonr readers w ho hare eonvunipUnn if they will
send me their fcrprex nd l . o. aaareas.
T. A. SLOCUM. M. li. IjSI Peart St. New Tort
CITTKQ THEM A 'WAT.
Tbe rrandeat offer ret In oat adrertif lna- columns
will be lonnd a rery liberal offer ef Mmira, J..H.
Brljh Co., the Kcal Estate Afrents ef S4 Kaarey
street, Ban Franci-wo. Thev leed Free and uncondi
tienallr ; one I i&x9S in the beautiful town-site ot
View. Tulars Gountr. kA mtmim twmn t H.ft
call or sends their nam by letter to their office.
they send aloof with the Deed a Hap of the
PonbUess they expert each person w!ll return and
miiv iia mimwi ui nnrna uivmuiu
bnr more lota, but there is Dothina- obiieatnrr la
this reopect. Of coarse, the parcfaaser pav for U s
deed, bat the land is a Ire and tmincarabered rift
riven unconditionally; this offer is being- taken
advantage of by hundreds in tbs immetttat vicinity
of the town-ite, aa they have great faith In the
future Chiearo oi the Golden West, and expect ere
1 nr to realise baodsomelr on the Inveottnenk
ThtMe desiring lots should not delay but take
adrantaos of this off ef at once.
Wakele 's Squlrr 1 and Gopher Extermi
nator Try I . and pro-e the best la the
cheapest. Wake lee &. Co., Sin Francisco.
" Ilrwwa'g Ilresichlal Troche"
are simple and convenient for Bron hlal
A flections and Uoughs.
Best, easlent to ne and cheapest. Plso's
Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 60c
If afflicted with Bore Kre4 rise Dr. Iaaae
Thompson's Eya Water. Drugg-iaU Bull it goo.
A man who tried to blackmail Mrs.
Mackay has been sent to prUon for two
All sufferers with such chronic aliments
as dver disease, dyspepsia, blood diseases,
cough, consumption (scrofula of the lungs).
and kindred dl eases should know ma
"r. Perc -'s GoMen Meicai IJiRcovery"
's their best friend in such deep affliction.
It cornea to soothe, alleviate aud cure.
Secretary Bayard and Miss Sophie Mar
kie will be married early in the winter.
Tbt Gkrmka for breakfast.
Camel line Improve and preserve the eomplexioa.
How to Cure
TORTURINrj. DfaFIOURlNQ. ITCHING,
scaly and l imply disease of the skin.scalp,
and blood with loss of hair, from Infnncv to
old axe, are cured by the Cutiocka Rbmkdiks.
CUTictim UKROLVKNT.the new blrmd purtder.
cleanses the blood and perspiration of diaeaae
sustaining elementa, and thus removes tbt
CuTictrRA, the great Skin Cure, lnstantlj
allays itching and lntlammaUon, clears the skin
and scalp of crusis, scales and sores, and re
tores the Hair.
Ciiticcra SoAP.an exquisite Skin Boautiflar.
Is indispensable in treating akin niseaaes, baby
humors, akin blemi) ea, chapped and oily skin.
CVTICTJKA Kbhboiiui ar tbs great skin
Bold everywhere. Price, Cuticcra, 50o.:
Soap. tSc; Rksolvr? at. - Prepared by the
1-oTTKRimro and UH:Mic4l.Co..I)oton, Matte.
CiTWend for "How to Cure Skin lMseaMw."
mTEl with thelovelUt delicacy la the skiii
httthed wltii Cuticuha Mboioatko Soap.
Yen will aave
ARD WIIX COR
.'.yj' siw- -A
A particle le applied Into eaeh nostril anvils Breot.le,
Pr'c t ilruiri-iai.. ; by nis.il, rey-M.toi.--t. SJ et.
KLv- bat.THEtm, t Oroomrioh st , Tl e York.
AlsJL.eN'S IRQ?, TOfflo' PITTrpT
44 grM T"no, Bitwd Furii-.jr, Anrt"ier r-ti 1 ij
lr!j--r.i. sata a by I . i; Altn, St. ?.ui, 4,-,,.
Tht rcnrrVr never Tariea. A marre! ef purity.
ireng-th and whnlesomeneM. Vara conomic&i than
v ordinary Kinds, ana cannot Be aoia in oempesi
turn itb the multitude ot low telt, ahor weight,
aiutn, or pnospnate powcera, ixva eniy u eana.
mru, Uixisa rowmsa Co., loo u Btnec, A. X.
sure cunr discovered fcf
- Ljudsrbach'tGemM Catarrh Remedy. J iJti
IT - , i . rw .t i'i uif.R ..... r-i . kii 11- . . .
til H RfcO wee lb discwv vf th m'l .d i
s.1 iry n.mt! hnnei U from Cralefiil ffleftea
U. a. a. Ui.t.Kr.ni; u a CO.. a. a., ca. t.
llin n tf f OK Al l- S30 a week and expenso
Vi 1 1 If II paid. Viab otitr.t an-1 panicuian
T. O. VICKKar, Aaata, U.
QTFIiVVAY KRABflCH A BACH.
d I Dili If ft I Gaoler, Ronniah Kanoe: Bar
firt Orvans, band inntmmanta. largest stock
of 6het M uxio and Books, Kai! 1 tuppiied at
Kaatera prioew. M. OKAY CO. '
Cwatoms of and Life Among the S-aii-Rar-
bartaa Blberuut Konaada.
lhe Kara-Kirghese are essentially a
nation of shepherds and breeders of
cattfe, and think it a "come-down" in
life when compelled to resort to settled
occupations, lhey are not so rich as
their brethren in tlie plains. Very
few own as many as two thousand
horses or three thousand sheep. Also
they have fewer camels; but, on the
otherliand. possess an excellent breed
of oxen for traversing the mountains.
Ttintp iiw ra 1 rrvn tint An nnl vrinii)
much milk. Taks are kept by them
instead. Their cattle-breeding claims J
,ar .ess.aoor Luan gricu,Sur out i,
" . , " 114, K MA. JL w. 1UU sup
port of a Nomad family for a year are
required eleven head of large and ten
of small cattle, and to provide bay for
the winter consumption even of this
number exceeds the working power of j
I was much interested to see some of
the Kirghese on the march. Their
wandirinrs are thus conducted: When
the pasture in a neighborhood is eaten.
one or two of the young men are sent
to select a suitable spot for another en
campment, and to clean out the wells.
This done, the women pack the tents
and the men form the cattle in droves.
The camp is ready, and starts before
dawn, the good women of the family
riding in front. I met one old lady in
this honorable position, mounted
astride a bullock and looking any
thing but graceful. After her came
the other women, variously mounted
on the top of carpets, teakettles, tents.
etc, the whole being ma le to wear.
far as possible, a festive aspect. The
length of a stage is from thirteen to
seventeen miles, and the atd traverses
a Bout twenty-five miles In twenty-four
On arriving at the place of encamp
ment it is the office of the wife to put
up tbe tent. I chanced to see a woman
begin to do so, and would not stir
from the spot till I had witnessed the
whole operation. The principal parts
of a kibitka, or tent, are large pieces of
felt to cover a frame-work that con-
. . , ,
of lintel and side-posts for a
floor, and pieces of trellis-work sur
mounted by poles that meet in the
center. Un this trellis-work are sus
pended arms, clothes,- bags, basins.
harness and cooking utensils. Not
that there is a large variety, however.
of the last, for most of the cooking is
done in a large open saucepan that
stands on a tripod over a fire in the
middle of the lent Crockery ware is
not abundant being of hazardous car
nage, and metal goods are not cheap,
so that leather has to do daty not only
for making bottles (specially those for
carrying koumiss) but also pails,
some of which . are fur
nished with a spout I met with no
small saucepans or teakettles of En
glish shape, their place being supplied
by kurgnna, or water-ewers, somewhat
resembling a coffee-pot Bound the
walls of the tent are piled boxes, sad
dles, rugs, and bales of carpet against
which the occupants lean, the head. of
the household sitting opposite the
door, and in front of him the wife in
I was honored w V ah invitation to
dine in one of these tents, the dishes
being put before us according to our
rank. I heard nothing of grace before
meat but I never saw any thing to ex
ceed the alacrity with which the dishes
were cleared. Ilmids were knives and
fingers were forks, the meat being torn
from tho bones as by the teeth of
hungry dogs. It is considered polite
for a K'rghese superior to take a hand
ful of pieces of meat and stuff them
into the mouth of an inferior gnest, an
olegahcy I saw practised on another,
but from which, mercifully, I myself
was excused. Dr. Henry LaTiadell, in
As the Virginia street car rolled
from Cottage street Into Virginia, says
tho Buffalo Couriir, a young woman
motioned the conductor to stop. Be
fore the car had come to a standstill
she stepped off and landed herfnli
length upon lhe pavement on her back.
It seemed to the passengers that she
must have bocn seriously injured, and,
as she was being assisted to her feet
one lady with an expression of pitT
on her face saids "What a foolish
woman," The injured one straight
ened herself in an instant waved hei
broken parasol In a threatening man
ner and shou el: "When I want
your oplnio'n I'll ask for It"
After the clouds the blue.
After tbe drought tho dew;
And after you've taken your summer vacation
Tho bills wlU shower on you.
VP" pa. how do they cntch mon
keys?" inquired Willie, who had been
to the menagerie. "The best way now
idays. I think, is by means of a double
barreled bustle and triple size cart
wheel hat and a fancy parasoL"
lCes," remarked Willie's mother, mus--ii;ly,
"I used to be verv mush addistad
SQ.thosa littl foible Wor w wers
t I I I I I I r
L in I .-TI J 0
rpKE FOtXOWISO ODDS AN'B ENDS I
1. tie! re to fl oii out to make room fur new
sock. Order quitK and sect a baruaiu :
No. 84 Montana Ballard P.ii.-s :5 l'O
cal.. aoubie tauczer, ociutfun barrel, ii
to 14 1U ;a 03
S No. II Hportinar Bal'Krd. round barrel.
H cat, 3u itch, lbs. 12 00
Stmrc't Rifle "Old Iteliab'e." IV 100 eal
octagon, double trer, 11 to lit lb. . . .. 22 50
S 8prlnirn-ld A ran Klttcs, i5-T0 cal ...... - S 00
Write for farther particulars.
H. T. HUDSON,
tt First street Ptrt!asd, Gieeoa.
On Agent (Xerr riant onl-) fn town f
t'FFfcB Ml). 173.
FSH! To Merchants Onit: One
Wiliiama Perfection " E ectr Magnetic
Battery. Address at once, R. V . i an
srix & fo.. hi'sro.
ToSS a Day. Sample worth ft.50, FREK.
Line not nndsr the huraefeer. Write Ba.
araa'a 8nrcr Bar Hoists Co. ,SIo! Ir.Jl loh.
The Oregon National Dank.
OF rORTLAS i.
f SoAeenaorB to MctrtHMitaji Savfna Bank .1
cajutai, faio in. - - f.mjao.
eH.La KXCHA.Vi.K no Sata knii(im and Kew Tork.
M1KU OciUHH iNl Mi (axraM tenia
AJi U DeUAbliMC'lT, (iSu. B. MAJiKlX, Jn.,
riw.iuent. v jce-tKwienfc.
1 r. afTEEMAJ. Cutua.
- Oou bo Oured.
I INFALLIBLE !
I Ask Your Druggist For
SaOefei ia Fit r-'itr"Tl
OsaGaaiaBteed if Takaa ia Thae.
and hi Tares Six Xasdfcs,
sHlifkerta, rrsp, Kewral.
gia, aeA4aelie, ases
Invaluabls Remedy I
F-Uaatod April, ISA
tWoe ef Treatment. rOT; (moke B Tl. t2SXt
Ub&uator. tor internal use, il.uu.)
CAE BO LI C Sf.'OKE BALL CO.
C52 Earket EL, Saa Francises, Cal.
cf JlMtfal laitatiea
Ia saocexsfbl operation, the vSSS, pstmalzeet !roa
aa ecaoas of t&a zteriaw, cnaonea ey
easiness sua and Uwiing uiitcatera.
TBI SOST PrEFFCTLT KQrTPPTB SCHOOL
ef ha daas ea the Caast, It effen prrnta ar das
nmnicaaa. oay ue eroding mrocs; w in yci
Arhhnewc. WntiB-. Owrooeoasnce. Sook-kseninc
Banking, Shorthj-id,T j p- ' iliug, Enrieeas and Legal
Form sd all Cemeoea School Bracfees StejeoO
f ai aaea aad beta aexea admitted aar trete.
Cataiogas tree. Anssboug and Viasos, Prprietr.
We are anrharixed to rfra edi
atmueant free wxA.
the bearxtf ful towa-
sueondirional.'T. one lot 25x93 in th
te Lake Vwrtr. Tniar County, a?ir!'.cant to pay for
... j . warn mm 9im ot nro aoumr; mas
ot lows arte ahovin tfalnMiMni r.1 1,.,- .a
deed.purchaMr to have tbe priril-ge ef bnrirsg
thdoiahg lofori9,or comer lot far S73; Ikeni
it oa receipt of Portal Owter, or we will ecd toeru
bT F.il C O.Tx Title perfect to every lot --lL W
bav -rtop ted this SMthod of exciting aa Interest ia
we eomi nt mearo of tn Uo'dea .
H. BaioHT A Ool, li Kmraj t, Sxn Franesee.
Tho Van Honeiccaj
Tonne ariddie ged ant
id, si&aSeer rmtfivd bmb
ana au a-do mssw wrjx
Svifiwi Pmjtw Sveema
towhea. Ssnshsal Ixvee
i Seontal IMmy.Faiiinc Meaa
i my. Weak Ms, l ot
-t; Energy, asm isuoel l
.- SUa Bawaaea. 8yth"
KmpakaiB. Hair Fat iin
l toae jraeia, s reu
i 8w Tbroaw. tTleen.
ttnsl RfSflfW -TfAlMM
IIUBlJee W-H-Otf atGal SOIC fOf 1111.
nwirrrnat ins fumn
I I M ill fill A lnies War-ted to use onr
l,''UU,VVU -iiagnetlo Hairatna.- They
Relieve NVrroua Headache and the diseemfart
often caused by ail other hairpins. Sample
Boa 1 Ov.
Aiiitww, o. FL M. Col. vinsland. New Jersey
&ELBY SMELTCSQ AUD LEAD 00.
B SH0TCUNCAITmDCES J
BUELL LAMBERSON, Cn'l Agent
7 tra rartiaaei. or.
ATO CHUDKEI. jrjj0
Waahlngtoa, Cleveland, Detroit Chicago.
mI aJI nonnlar vnratli
Play Classical. Baor-d. Sane aed alt
eorreeely. t-rice 15 to a-JTi WHl.
Frice $15 to W-tte KWaLLk-lt aft
t MAhK. Kaa Frwaclaeav, (or eataiogua.
Th BVTERS OmK ta
aw! Sep, and Star.
i ewct, year. r 31
I H a 11H mei,wl. area
wklt Fletan CfaHery.
QlVUsa Wltolewale Frte
Tlrre all (paooa o
praataa r twaaUy maw. Tell haw
order, watd grlvsw axact t m aey
twtjaar yam awe, , alrrnal, wear, aw
kanfaa wttku TTiaas ISYAXCABI
BOOKS roxttwtm iBrorwowrJOTSi gleamedl
tvora tk markets of 'Tf
will aaaU a copy FRKK
arM wpow receipt ot ! eta. &rrT
emxMtxwae ot raaUlliMr. laMa trwaa
www. p trolly.
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
e 2 Waaaa Avaavm. CUeaaaTW. tit.
ERVR. B.LAMSL rwfDil Hmacrea.
snitablo for Orwgea, lanaona, OUraa, Finaanclea.
Sananaa. atamwberrlea and early vgeeabiea i t
sale en ioeg ered it, si.S5teaa,ooseraere.
Addwas fjl, CLOf H, Gv. K. W. Af
e-o. Car v gg, Chlcaura, Iti,
n Tiso's Rrnwly for Catarrk is tlbs fl
Best, Eaaiee, to Cue, and Owsgs. I
-- er -nt ly r-
it w? : )
1 ' ' . i; I
l11, . .
TJ V - I .
1 1 w uaeerrowon ana it il sa -
II aiaat Map of FLOtuD A SOCTB. Mar l) I
' i 1
Will aecats tSie bet foods at tli tonri-st nurnt
vaJaa. W c-ffcr at present:
Fine Bof.er Flsur; a!t anyone........ 00
Fnry Brn-' '.A',t F'orir .-.4 io tfl S
Bre.ik.fnwt JI vati, 12 kinds, ait 4'JUmnl t
White or Ye'io Corn Htal. for table ae; 53
p-.mu.ls f vr . 1
Back heat flur, fre;a.-el far cse; 0 pouiid
for..... , .- i ?
Potatoes, best kinds; koo.isil T.i;.ter...St 05 to 1 19
Potatoes, good table varieties; per 1P0
posad ......;........J(nl4 '
Butter, finest graces for fctle ce; perr&B..... S.5
Butter, tear quality for tae vm; per rcti:56c to 8J
W" hare mai.y good bat la ehoias.Dr:el Fr j!,
Canned CoadJ, Jtiuns, Baoo, Lar.', Croc5ary, ITari-wi.-o.,
Dry Goods, WjM Paper, Woateoware, Vrc:i
and Jfedidoe. Everythina at Lonest Poibi
rTioea. We aim tn n evervhody tlie nxms a -though
they w:e l-iokinf on. Rend fr full I lata
a g-u. .e, whether jou Atronizs ns or noi.
SUITH'S CASl? bTOSK 11S and
1 17 Clay tstreet, Man Frni-i, fl.
The Best are tle Cheapest.
Th9maretisstth prr-t t:rr
.." CrwKied with poor coal oil
J li.at are aar at aay price.
V yHafortT jfe&ra the repntatica ca
aj I XiiiS bk Sri ui iltamnjutisg rec
r5 a ana -.Iety. 1 be UamuT
listed to any lamp.
A. ri. ti R AFP & CO.
47 Sacocd Street, Baa I raac;co, Ca
1 n n r-n p-'j"rr
hi 1. 1 1 K CCLLECS, '
gaorthaad. Trfe-wntfaiE Ienmsinj?!J. Booksepcsc
sad Talegi&phy Ji ior rSu
Ins. BAKCEOFT Ern-DISO.
723 Market St., San Francisco, CaS.
2jS"SAa for drmilfj.
WILLIAM .DECK & SOti,
Wholesale and BeteS Dealers ia
Cuns and Sporting Goods.
Maxadatlmtxtf Agaata fsar
L. C. Smltb's. Colt's. ResjiitfiOTt. tli -f n-nn
Ithica, farkersaui Manh.tuia iul Vltiii.lt
WfaMhester, llariia. Bslisrd, Colt's T5;a -n
lAgbtzung Maicazme UiiiOiit
miu a aim ouiiut , v? iasovm r .
tu iui I
Send for Catalegu Ito. S.
1SS A 167 Sera. d St. PertlaaA. Or,
StveraMeArSpokame Fclia.W.T. M State St.4UJeJS.Or
CtRES. ALL, HIMOItS,
from a common Blotch, or Ernct'afi,
the worst Scrolala. Sa.lt-rtree'pvT
irsver.iareaD tealv or Ite:,
lu, In short, ai! diseases catiwd by i i
blood are confjucred by th powcrfu!, puri
f viri?, and invifforatinff mcoicme. 4,rcat
I'atine Ulcers rapidly oraJ trnrtT ;-s b--
nigra liiuacrico. tepeettsiy has it- in
its pofener in rurink l etter. If . .smta
ftoils, I'arbancie, Ssr F.ye, b-rl-niofl
Sores and Swellln. f:w
ioint Dlaffe White Srei!iJnrj
Goitre, or 1 hltk Nttk, and l.Bi'cJ
(ilaaas. Send ten eents in ctarnijs f-j- a
ktrfre treatise, with colort-d pfctra, on 5-B-ra
Di?ssee. or the same araocnt for a trcsii&a
on Scrrtfidons Affoctions.
"THE BLOOD IS TTTE I,IFE.
TboroMsrtifr ci-nn? it Ijt irlr.r Br. ttrce's
Golden Fledfcal Ilcor ery, and f oort
stiaestion, a fair Saxirt, baoyanf pir
itaod vital sireuESJa, wiii be Cfeuitu-d. ,
which Is Serofnla of tbe I.Tun is jm
rested arri cured by tuis rtrtttdy, i taJtcn be
fore the last stajres of tbe dsaec cro rvat-br-d.
From its marvelous jfvrcr ever this terribly
fatal discuso, wbett first offt riujr thai now
cMet-rated remoxly t tiie public, lr. -irrta
tbousrhr senottsly of celling" It hia Cort
sumption Care," but benlotcd tr t
tsame as too Jimitcsl for a mttlk-ine wI.k.-i.
fion its woniierful xmbi nation cf triiv rr
rtrfMifrtfwntng, e-JternHvr'. far Wfod-cKnr-nTs?,
anti-bitknis, peetoral, erl rtijrritrre pmpt-r.
rses, is unoqiiaied. not rniy s a remt-dj- tor
coosHtnpt inn, but for all Cltronle Xis
eases of tbe
Liver, Blood, and LungD.
If yea feel dun. Srcnrs, rT:'r;iratvt. l-.jrs
sallow color of skin, r yc iKtvi-brtvn n .13
oil few or body, frt-qtrc ni heaiieiir- c-r tizej c.
rrpj, and triple to tHorith. iDterniii l-t c r f
ctiiils, aitt-rnatiny with hot flusrw-s. kirr ft -r- j '
and rloomy forebodinrs. irrt-r-lisr r-n :-t, 1
sad efffltM tongiKv yoii ere sntrorn fro-i
Indigestion, It rpepi n, rttQ l orpitS a'
Liver, or 44 15 i I lot! la n-ary ;N
eases only part cf titese sjmptcnas are uixv
rkncei. Aa a rrmclv for ail giiei e
Ir. I ieree's ;oiitcn Slcdicnl aj, -
overy a rrpas6ied. i
Wer Weak LaBra, Spltttr ar of
!!roI, Shortness ef tlrcRtri, hrea.
elttiis Asititna, Severe Confix. Rtid
kindred affections. It is aa efficient reri!Vv.
Soio nv Ir:t7GcrTs. t Sl.OO, or SIX
BeTTLEs for $i.OO.
cVnd ten cents In stamps inr Dr. Pier-ee'S
book on Consumption. AV1rr-s.
World's Dispensary Med ieal Astv
elation, 663 Jdain Kireci, Bcifaxo, X.
FtW t3s rref"-?ety-
of Ur. See t Catarrh r.w-; y
for a ef eatarrb wb.k ii
ttiey eannot cure. If yna
fca-e a discbaree frc-m ts
noaR, offeBstT- or rrthtswise, partial ksa of
arojoU, taeso, er hesirior, Treak f-yes. dan pa,n
tor nressure In bead, you have Carwrts. 1 Host
wrKia of eases trmiriRW In eonsutnptlorj.
Ir, Sajro's Catarrh Rmfjit enree tba worrt
ernes ef Cat.-irrtt, "Col In the Jea.,
ajxi Catarrhal R(eataeli. to eencs.
Qflfl " f -taI l)irtie, I'll ess.
UUU JTisxaire-a. Fistslaei aaa Fwtal
I leer tre-at-I eerstlly, w 1 1 A t
or kaiie. -within awt tw )M,
tsritw several ints-rlej- tow. MM
farrlrrslars. J. B-iikisrt.!.
Hfkia Ivwililint. fartiamei. tr.
FECII li ' l7J?.L FI1LC
To erta-laa) aa4 Only Geaslsa,
aaat7 SeSale- a-waa wevffeleaa tiaftetie.
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ei ajeheaSCT1 a.aHisfaai taae a Bliee.sr tacawe 4a
NAM IMP f R.C eeher Cliejnfeal CiT1
l i TSaaiaa frqaaar, 1-aUiisdailSt
ewe wf ii i iihivw efervwn. aa iwv r r 1 a
a-oaavrraiFai a-aua, uMattaw, ..
for a tint at th-- 1
wamm xvmitj w core a fcs WafAL tkrcja
e'rXkf har fiM mo nmmrm for in sruw is-a-- m
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AOVICS AKD fc'.EDIClKS' $i.cj.
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