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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1888)
; C'.j ' to Wmagt
.-17 ana lilifitua.
nana u;U, JpfTY., will hae elec
tric i gins in se tew weeks.
cmM rut meet A.
A. Martin I
w's Crushed to death by a
train noar Ban Anita, Cut.
Bunt Fe I
The 13 year-old hov of V. K. White
was nm over by the cars at ttoUl Kan,
Cal. One Ue was out i H and the
uier twuy reKeti. nt win eue.
Piter Wh'tmore, the 19 year-old
eon of Captain V hUraore, ft 11 from
the ton-mast of i veatl at lxa An
geles, Cal, and was instantly killed.
M. Bow, a wealthy farmer living j
noar Kent, W . T., waa caught umier a
fallins tree and crushed to death. He
waa 70 years old and well known.
William Higgtna, aged 22 years, was J
run over and fatally injured at Lath-
ron. Cat., bv walnutx off the end of a
car while the tr.iin was in motion.
At Oceanside, Cal., Frank Martin, a
freight conductor, slipped Irom a
brakebeam while making up a train
and several cars piissed over his lega.
lie died in a few moments.
E. C. Allison was shot at San Mateo,
CaL, by a shoemaker, ho assorts thai
Allison entered his shop and attacked
nun first with a stick. Allison sas
he struck tho cobbler after he ww
shot. The wounded man is not dan
The body of l. II. l eterson was
found on a bank of the Russian riv r
near Cloverdale, Cl., with a gash in
his left wrist severing the artery, llt
hd died only a short titne previous
Ou hia right wrist was a smnLtr cut
which was almost healed.
A boy IS years old was killed at
Dixon, Cal., while attempting to board
a freight train bound Kir Sicr.uneiit-i.
No one here knows him, but L if
Carson says . tht he called hinm li
"Du'chy and that his mother is a
widow and lives on Thirteenth street
between G and II, Sacramento.
A shocking attempt at murder was
made at the farmhouse ot K. W.Craig,
two miles north of Stockton, Cal.
Andy Hot filch, a farm lalxrer, entered
the bedroom of the two Craig girls,
with the intention of killing Julia,
aged IS. He entered the room, strut k
a match, and at once attacked Julia,
cutting her throat from ear to ear,
I. M. Hud sou, a well-known florist
ot Sumner, i ierce county, . r., was
accidentally killed while on a pros
pecting tour, ne.tr ihe foot of the
gUciers of Mt. Tacoma. A revolver
fell out of his pocket and was di-
cnargea, me outlet passing timnun
his neck. His companions burivdhini
forty miles from any settlement.
Louis Riva was found murdered at
Querneville, near S.mta Roea, Cal., in
a cabin. A few da vs before a woman
who went to see him on businecs, dis
. covered that he was lyini a few feet
from the door, dead. He had shortly
returned from a limit, and had his
powder horn on when found. Th
bullet entered his IsKly ner the hip
and ranged upward. Suspicion point
strongly to a well-known man.
Mis Nettie McOUnehan, who if
-a m a
oniy ia years om, escortea by a man
of about 40, earned Henry Nelson,
eloped from Chico, Cal. The pair
were taken to the rxli- t-tation. lwrp
Nelcon was discharged on his own re
cognisance to appetr when waited.
The girl is detained, pending iuetruc
tions from her family. NWn t-!d
the officers that he and the girl were
on th ir way to Mexico, where thev
would have been married
Svge, am & Co., proprietor oi
the Em ire foundry, one ot the old
est foundries on the coast, made an as
signment for the benefit of lhir cred
i tors at San Francisco to James II
Graham, chief olerk. The liabiliiiet-
are from 175,000 to $90000 The as
eeU are estimated at ? 150,000. The
failure is reported to be tine to under
bidding on the part of the firm. About
100 men are thrown out of employ
ranK fparts, oi saw Jose, UaL, a
man about 45 years of age, wishing to
avoid the noise made by democrat
who were ratifying in hi, viciuity,
took a walk tow.rd formal rchool
ne enierea tne square ana naa gone
a short distance when three men
rushed up behind him and knocked
him senseless wiih a sandbag. When
he regained consciousness he made the
aiscovery inai aw ne naa in nie
pocket was gone. I here is no clue to
' the identity of the robbara.
Jesus Errada was arre ted at the
old town of Teniecul., Cal., charg'!
with stealing a mare and a coH in San
Bernardino county. The o!hf r
started overland wiih the prioner
On the way the prismer got slightly
in the leaa oi tne oinccr, aim wnippen
up his horse at full speed, thinking be
would escape. His horse stumbled
and fell, throwing him from the sad
die with one foot hanging in the sd
die. He was draggel pome distance
and fearfully mangled, dying shortly
from his injuries.
Samuel Robertson, of S;n Francis
co, aged 22 years, was shot aud in
stantly killed by Albert Bear:, snoihei
' -young man. Early in the dy Bean,
with his friend George Golden, wem
on a boating excursion on the h-iy, an
companies! by two girl. Wnen the
party returned from Saucclilo in the
taurant for dinner, and then prome
naded in Columbia sqnare, near tlieir
homes. While there they got into a
quarrel with some hoodlums and
,bean finally sent a bullet through
Robertson's heart. He then ran away
but returned and surrended himself.
Golden and the two girls were arrested
on the spot, but later the girls were
released. Been stated that he fired
in self defense.
"Well. .John," said old man Jordan
to his young friend, "you have just
married. I hear."
"Yes, sir.1' he answered, with a
spring morning smile; "Just a month
ago, and I want you to go up to dinner
with me toiy."
Have you got a cook?"
Well, my boy. s'poe we go to a
resiaurant this time." You must re
member I had a young- wife once niv
elt" Texas Siflings.
The train had mn into a snowdrift
and the engine wa butting its head in
rage against a six-foot bank. "For
once the iron horse appears to be
beaten," remarked a fat woman in a
second class carriage. " You shouldn't
call it an iron horse," mildly reproved
a solemu-faced man. "Why not?"
asked the fat woman in some surprise.
Because it's block tin." softly mur
mured the solemn-faced man, as he
g-&7ed ont of the window and across
the wintry wate with a far-away look
la his e sr EftaUbh JUaaazinc
KvsryUiiiig of Qeners.1 Interwrt
Hia posiolfloe at - Aclon, Moirow
county, O re;oii, h Iwh ilisoontinuJ.
Tli niachiiu-ry for the new roller
mills at Milton is on the kivhihI,
Charles (Jinon, acwl 8, of IVnet'e-
ion, Ml faun still and broke liU U h
V. B. Cunningham killed a lynx
near llcppncr. lie nieasiiretl 3 feet
4 inches from tip of now to tip of tail
Jvdin Coikish, of the Poget Sound
ripe U inpiny naa iwn awaraca a
cmtr-u-t fir the construction of water
works at Milton, Umatilla county.
Holand MePlieraun ha been aii
(MtiiiU-id potmasU-r at Mountain Dale,
Washington county, Otvcon, vice-
Nathan A. U trrtt, resigned
Kepreaent-itive Hermann has se
cured an extension of mail service t
Looking tJl.tsx from Oakland, in Doug
laa county, Oregon.
Charlie, 13y.ar-o'd son of I. 8
Winters, a groeeryinan, fell oil" the
trestle work near the Salem Mills ai.d
broke his light le-
An increase of mail service has
been ordered from six to seven trips a
week from Li ikv Uo t- Lkeview,
The following patent Ins been
granted: Joseph Ieole, 1) .lit a, and
John Hacton, Portland ; shawl strar
and .hre escape.
A salmon w.it hauled up on the
Cutting Packing Company's dock that
weighed seventy-four (Hiuuds. A.
Hoolh, of Chicago, sent it on ice to
in. OlSeil, of I endleton, was
tried, convicted and sentenced to one
vt-ar in the penitentiary for the crime
of niiiyh' ni on the person of John
Johnny Lonon, of Pcndletm, whita
blowing a fire-cracker to see if it had
fone out, had his fice dread full v
burned by the explosion tint followed.
His eyes were not much injured.
While a woHlehcppei at Meacham,
named Henry Winderman, waa lying
in his tent a tree about, ten inches in
diameter w.is blown down acrons hi
body at the hips, injuring him severely
He was takeu to Lv Uran.le lor medi
A. man n.tmeit uummin, ot uor-
vsdiis, whtht in a somnambulistic stt.
tlieoiher nijitit, w.iiki-d out ot a nvm
on the aeeniui floor t-t the Murray
hotel nd f-ll out of a dvor t the
-round, eighteen teet iviow. lie e-
eapea witn ouiy snni inpiries.
ine Ai.Ka uoici company, tin
l)ieion Bituminous lvck Company
:nd the Pacific Iron woik hire fil d
articles of incorporation with the
secretary of state: alo the M sonic
UniiuinK AsH'iilini ; ineor pora'ors,
(Jforg- F. Simeon, George W. M utton,
i'lian. E. Wolverton; capital st.xk.
f,(0; location, Albany.
Frai.k Marshall, Pate R as and Wr
Svec tiecime mvulvi d in row in
North S ilem, in which S iv;ige w.i
knocked oown iy Mtivhait, and m
fa'ling hi leg was bioken, Marhull
duo bi-oke the nose of 11 s with hi
nt. 3i.ireu.4ii was arrrs'ea hut was
discharge J, no one xparing againct
. Arthur uurton, a muH'to, was ar
na'eil at Hro-vusvilh? for the rape of
Mss Eliza II trring'on, and wa kxlgd
in jail, having been bound ovtr by
Justico Avery of Brownsville. His
vict m who is agHl atut lt, state
hat her ravisher entered her btnlroom
and admiiiistt-retl cliloroform and out
tng- d her, h aving her utu-oiwions
Much indignation i expressed at
Browii!-vd;e, and tHirt oily efcped
Hring Ivnchetl bv the strenuous exer
tions f his guard.
John Mcuonaia, Known as " .n
coavt-r Jack," met with what miilit
have proved a fatal accident. H
rv)ins at a lodging boue on Fifth a. id
Wii-!iington streets. Portland, anl wai
sitting near a rear window skylarking
with tome young men m the court be
low. In attempting to throw a basin
of watv r on them he lost his balance
and feil out of the window on a fenc
below, a distance of alout twenty
feet. A sujeifi.Mrtl ex mi nation
.-hi'Wed that no bones were broken,
but he was pretty ba:jly t-h .ken up,
and mav be mUrnady bun.
Word conies from Sand inland of tlx
drowning of two men, Charles Gut
tinson and Alfred 13' ir.k, loat-pul!er.
iifl.in lor the Asu-ri t 1'acki is: U m-
par.v, The men had their boat an
chored off the Gret Republic pit. At
the turn of the tide the water alwaya
geta roui-h. The wives rolling in, the
men concluded o leave the boat and
swim at-hre. B.-th were overwhelmed
iind drowned. The boat was rfcov
ered aud brought to the ennnery
(iuimin was a hne. young man
aged 23. and is deeply regretted. Th'
boat-i-uller ws a sstrancer in the
I have known the tinn when a bronze
catch for a Japanese coolie's tobacco
pouch was worth a great deal, and any
man who had a piece of Japanese
lacqrier or a vas was a man above
the common. Now they make Sat-
suma ware in America, and export
Chinese bronze Josses for popular wop-
ship from Birmingham to Chim
CuriosP What's the use of paying big
priejes for curios, when vou can lie
about them just aseasy. Iknowalady
who has a beautiful set of china, which
is the admiration of her friends. She
says it came from J.ipan, and is eight
hundred years old. I know she bought
it In O.ikland. and it never saw Japan.
Another has an old lamp that was
s opposed to hare burnt in the Temple
of Diana, goodness knows how many
centuries ago. She hsned it up in
second-hand store on Third street, and
the proprietor of the store bought it
with the effects of an Irish woman
who made a fortune ia a mine and
sold ont of the old truck she brought
I have myself seen the Japanese
enrio merchants pay one dollar
apiece for brass imitation Japanese
hair-pins, made in Birmingham, and
sold by Nagasaki; and Tve seen tho
wily foreigner pay them five dollars
for the sum) pin and send it home as
a great curio. Every thing seems to
grow plentiful, even the oldest kind
of relics. San Francisco Chronicl.
An Indian jungle is not a forest.
All uncultivated or waste lands in In
dia are called "jungles." Forests are
scarce in that country. The "mount
ains jungles," where tha tiger has hia
borne, and from which he comes down
to carry -off people or domestic animals,
have no trees other than low scattered
bushes end rockaT
Devoted to the Interest of Farmers
Too much coi n or coriimeal causes
Li meed meal should not be ft-d to
very young pigs except in small quan
tities, and not very often, as it is too
much of l.ixitive for tluin.
To prevent the fo -muti in of long
lp roots and get a large number of
small roots on plants raUed in boxes
use a shallow seed-bed, not over two
inches f loam in the Itoxes. Thi
dries ou". quickly, and esre should be
taken to ktep it moist.
There is more Ruin, in proiHirtion to
it feed, dining the first year of any
animal's life than there is any time
after. Acting on thia hint, calves pre
destined for the butcher including all
grade nuke, may be well fed uuvii
thev are a year old, and then turned
ITfor beef: If killed thus early, the
male should not be castrated
The utility of windmills on the
farm ia now very generally reoojrniti'd
ard they are seen dotting hundred . f
farms where five yocrs ago none were
to he found. A Weslern farmer
writes that with his windmill he grinds
ail kinds of feed, makes a geiod article J
01 eorn-niem aim grauaiu iiour, sueus
corn, runs a u-ea-eutter and a TJ inch
When the farmers are advised to
give warm water to stock, it should al
wavs bo understood I hat if abetve
blood beat it should have feel of some
kind etirreel in it to make it palatable ;
bran or corn meal will do. If given
to them clear it should be, for the
leat results, only a little warmer thin
spring water, the icy chill entirely re-
It certainly elots iut pay to keep a
low gr.,ele of sheep ami then let them
take care of themselves. The small
uinoutit of wool secured, as well as the
poor quality, is such that lie) margin ol
profit will be left to the farmer ovei
and atiove ttie cost, r.vt-n with poor
sheep a much better growth 0 wooj
an be secured if they be reasonably
well careel rr than if they Im left to
lue very best time we tMieve o
make plant cuttings of grape-vine
camis is just as s 011 as frt s eb troys
the leaves. Make two-joint cuttings,
leaving au inch of woenf beyond each.
rient these at an angle of 80 e!eg. iu
mellow soil, a foot aptrt. Firm the
sod, ecpe. ully about the leiwer joints;
ami th- n cover three ine-hes ileepaftei
the hrst freeie with straw or litter.
fen tons tf superior Tex.-ea cotton
seed were f hipped from Ualveson,
Tex , consigned te the Herman East
African Colonization 8 tciety, Zanzi
bar, Africa. Au exHriencd planter
aeeomp.-tuieil lue set-d for the pur pone
I instructing the natives of . tntibar
in the cuhivetiou of the cotton plant
This event maiki the introtluction of
coltou on the eat-t coawt of Africa
A method for protecting trees
againrt rabmts and ground mice,
prac i.-ed by Mipcuiri farmers and in-
doisenl by the Missouri Htate llorti
cultural socie-ty, cemstita in covering
the trunk oi the tree around aiih
wire cloth. If ihis be ineerted an
mch or two into the ground, it i
claimed Uiat it proves an equal pre
ection to Kiouiul mice, which otteu
girdle trees at and bvlow the surface
during the winter.
Exierinicnts in pig feeding, in di
luted under the Dnish Agricultural
SMX-iety, go to show tht skimmed
milk has double the teediug value of
buttermilk; that ive and barlt-v are
of abvu', equal value, with a elitht
percentage 111 favor of rye, and that
six pounds of tkimmeel milk have th-
seme feeding value as one itmnd e f
rye or baik-y, a.d twelve jHxinds of
buttermilk are requireel to obtain the
same result e f feeding value.
There is no popular craze just now
for growing suntloaers. It 1 quite ac
well, since the old-fashioned reasons
for pi inline them are as strong a
.hoy ever were. They made exceltemt
winter foed for hens, aod if protected
while yjung, the suutl wer will rap
idly tower up and make a splembd
-hade for them 111 hot eveather, in the
1 .1 . rm.
yam wnere lowia tun. 111c plant la a
uru? feeder, and even the henyard is
scarcely too rich for it.
Twenty years ago the value of fruit
:miH)rted to Great Britain w..s civen
at about f lJ,OtW,OUO from a 1 point.
Now it lias increased to 937,000,000
Of the apils fiom North America
one-third reach Biiiish lxirts fnm
Canada. Jiuleine bv the quantilv
shipped, the yellow Bcllcheur must be-
immensely grown for American ex
port, while the B ddwin also letches
Britain in immense, number. The
fippin brings the highest
1 bo old fashioned open ditch is in
urclimat an expensive miisanc
Every t-pring it is partly fil!e-el with
sediment, loaves of trees a;d soil
washeni down from its banks. There
is, be sii!e, a wasie of time in plowing.
ultivating, and every other te mwork
in ant lei tuns divide!. ine sooner
the open ditch is made into an under-
drain the better it will be for the
farmer's purse. It m -y cost at firt.
but it will pay every wjy.
Except for beetaand mangels, which
i.brive in hot weatlier, 110 heating m i-
nure should te used lor root c:Ops.
Turnips, "carrots and parsnips are bet
ter manured the yeir oefore with sta
ble manure ami some mineral fertili
zer at seenling time. Too mu h heat
and nil r -genous manure makes th
roots grow faster, oej-ides causmv
srreater injuries from imcctt. Hov
nanu e is especially lich an 1 hea'ing,
end is thetefore especia'ly exception
able on any ground intended for plant
ing in root crops.
C iinA has become the great elia-
jond-ahsofbing market of the worleL
The Sultan of Turkey has prohib
ited the further exportation of Arab
Fifty thousand glasses of beer weru
drank during the recent municipal
festivities at the Paris II tel tie Vi.le.
There will be another attempt to
build a railroad through the Etipb rates
valley, nntwillistandiug the many pre
The castle of C'li'lon, ao well
known to all visitors to L-.ke Leman,
is to be thoroughly restorcel by the
Swiss Government and converted into
a National museum.
The D-:ke of Sparta, eldest son of
the King and Q-ieen of Greece, is to
visit E'igland with the ul.imate object
of being betrothed to one of the young
er daush'ers of the Frince of ales.
was taken sudde-ily ill.
is a serious one,'! was the
doctor's verdicton being called.- "T'V
uuiw, ikii int! tne iruui; A
I can bear it. What ceniet
Reliable Quo' anions Carefully
WHEAT Vsllev, II 2.r(Jtfl 20
Walla Walla, f I I7jc?l 18J.
II A It LEY Whole. l I0$l 12J ;
ground, per ton, 25 Oli27 &0.
OATS Milling, 42J45o. 5 feed, 44
HAY Baled, $15 tM'17 00.
8EEO Blue Grass, 14 1( Iflo. ; Tim
othy, 110o.; Red Clover, 14(3 Kh;.
FLOUH Patent Roller, 94 00 J
Country Brand, 93 75.
EaOS Pur dox, 25o.
BUTTER Fancv roll, per pound.
50o.: pickled, 15i320... j inferior
grade, 15(322 j.
CHEESK Eistem, lfi20o.5 Ore-
Uon "c-UOo.; California, 14 Jc.
VEGETABLES Beets, p-r sack,
fl 50; cabbige, er lb., 2Jc. j carrots,
per ak., fl 2ft: lettuce, per dot. 20
onions. 91 00; jMitatoes, per 100 11.,
llOe.C'tf 1 J radishes, mt dot., 15c20o. ;
rhubarb, per lb., 0i),
HONEY Iu comb, per lb., 18c;
strained. 5 gal. tins, per lb. 8 J j.
rOULTUY Chickens, per elox
5 5(J(rtiO 00; du. ks, tier dos., 5 00(d)
Q 00; geese, fO 00(8 00; tuikeys,
pe-r lb., Ibijslae.
TROVISIONS Oregon hams, 131c
tier lt Eastern, I.161) I.tlo 1-,,-o-U rii
breakfast bacon, 12 J . -r lt. ; Oregon
IZfildc; I.m stern lard, lt'Oi) 11 Jc. tier
lb.; Oregon, 101 0.
QKEEN FHU1T8 Apples, 2 00
(Sv2 50; Hicily lemons, Ifll 00(a,6 60;
California, 3 50(35 (K); Naval oranges
f6 00; Kiverside. ft 00; Meeliterra-
nean, f 4 2a.
DHIEU FRUITS Sun drieel a,
pies, 7Jo. jH-r lb. ; machine elrieel, 10(S
11c; pitU'x plums, 13c,; ltaliai
prunes, 10(i14o. ; peache s, 1 2 J I
raisins, 2 25l2 50.
WOOL Valley, 12(310; Eastern
IIIDEF4 Dry Uef hides, 8(410-.
culls, 67c; kip and calf, 810j.
Mnrr tin, 10 f?12c. ; tullow, 3(33c.
LUMBER Rough, ir M, 10 00;
edged, er M, $12 00; T. and O.
shealhimt, r M.f 13 00; No. 2 tloeir
ing. per M, $18 00; No. 2 (filing, per
M.f IS 00; No. 2 rustic, rM,f IS 00;
clear rough, tier M, $20 00; clear 1. 4
S, per M, $22 50; No. 1 tl. siring, per
M. f22 OU; No. 1 ceiling, ier M.
$22 M; No. 1 rustic, iier M, $22 50;
stepping, per M, $25 00; over 12
inches wide, extra, fl 00; lengths 40
to 50, extra, $2 00; length 50 to GO,
xtra, $4 00; 11 lath, per M, $2 25;
1 lath, per M, $2 50.
MEAT Beef, wholesale, 3(,t3ic. ;
dressed, 7c. ; sheen, 3Jc ; dressed, 6e. ;
hogs, dressed, 73T$c; veal, 7 tg sc.
BEANS Quote small whites, $2 2 ;
picks, $21; liayos, $2; butter, $2 50;
Lamas, f j W per cental.
COFFEE Qiote Salvador, lSe;
Costa Kica, 18(,20c.; Rt i, 18ta20-. ;
Java, 25Jc. ; Arbucklu's's rasteel,21
SALT Liverixjol grad (.4 fine
queiteel $18, $19 and $20 f6rl-the three
sites; slock salt, flU.
PICKLES Kegs quoted steady at
SUGAR Prices for barrels; Golden
C.RJc. ; extra C,6Jc. ; dry granulated,
6c. ; crushed, tine crushed, cube and
powdered. 71c. : extra U, hi:.; balves
and boxes, i higher.
' Mt I uterratlna; S.I (hia ,r m
nirat Aurlcaa Tewn.
Stnll4 ro ainoi-r.-tt on rortimisof
three siiles of tho id.ta, and almost
iverv thinir Is 'xi-o.t. calculated to
l:nd aq licit sale with the natives of
Hir.M-t'iit hninbds who have come up to
Ui taijo for ihe piirKso of ext-hang-ing
the prixlucttoHS of their gard 'tis
for meat n-rl srroeerh'a Seated closa
ogetlier oil the ground, chattering
ttlcably nnmn-x thoiusdvea. the
women lav sititn-s for pulmonary coin-
iialina xs 1 matter if the ground bn
et from lieavr r:tiu thero the wom-
n crouch for hour. 0.1 the damp stiil.
thinly clad in loner, full skirt and
di.-nv U ImpitjisiYJ as statues, apparent-
y he lies of I heir bv no means
healthful er pleasant position. The
rery nbs-nce of c i nifort renders the
I ilar. a of C;trtig all the more p"ct-
m-jque. for tho local coloring U
trongi-r iltan in th. iniMlern market
plaee tif S in J.ise. All around aru worn-
n weariKg shawls ornr their heads, the
henw folds for some unaccountable
I -eason being surmounted by a bij;
etrsw list. 'They have peculiar meth
via of c.-dctilaling tho amount of vour
n.lcbtediiess. which are a trviiijr to
he patience ns they are primitive and
amusing, r ve doy.cn oranges at five
et-nts a d sen will he no dos realea
but hve eiucos anel to U id change for
Ten a half dollar is more than tho
purchaser of small wares can prevail
11 po i any man. woman or chil l to do.
Ihe annua mav belaid down nnd the
nransfs r diiiqitUhnd. but thero is no
iizu of interest visible in tho faco of
:hn girl, who shakos her head at
sight of your small bill. The best
way is to supply yourself with small
O ie is always supposed to dieapen
tnv thing one may wish to huv, al
though many an apparently poverty-
stricken old man will keep his prio
111 spite of your evitleut intention of
moving nit should h refuse to coni-j to
term, lint, while at one stall pine
apples may bo offered at fifteen cents
apiece, h next man will gito choicor
fruit al half the price. At times, ow
ing, perhaps, to hia living rearer the
town, nnd the roa Is lie ing bad, some
fortunate huckster gets a corner on
poi aioes or cabbages; and then one
may cheapen in vain: the merchant
stands in fr.mt of his suddenly-valu
able stock and refuses all attempts at
cajolement. ban r rancisro Vhramf.e.
Citizen What's this, Uncle Rastus,
bill of six dollars for sawing a cord of
Uncle Rastus Ifes, sah; three days,
two dollahs er day.
t-itizen Hut it doesn t take you
three days to saw one cord of wood?
Uncle Rastus It do, sah, when
wuks by de dav.
Citizen H m. Bow would it do.
Uncle Rastus, if I settled the bill by
giving you the wood?
Uncle KaStus (dubiously) Dat wood
am onlv w uth bout foah dollahs, sah.
Citizen True. Well, what if I should
throw in the saw and saw buck?
Uncle Rastus I spec's dat wud be
'boat right. Jes receep de bill, Mis-
b Smif, wif my name hitched onto it.
write, but, href de Lord, 1 kin
' -M r, Bun.
who l no linnvi alio ran t wnllt. and Is lim.li-il
rnutul In a cart by an I t-litxllnil attoiKlanl.
110 ikjihhK mt olbrllii In tuud
A ST AH IN THE DARK
Pompthnea falls of it mnrdsrous hitpnt The
InnldiKiu ami (tanlanlljr atiattka niaila U(ton ttif
rnnitllon uf IhmtnlUu-'a Htoinm-h Hllu-r b,
iwrimni whoiiM-k loimlin nlf rhmtp and Sr)
Unili-a an dlHiilli Hi Willi It, or tho sanie tliliiH
limler anolhor nama, or (squally aa K'MXI, hi
miMi limlanoMi rviu't itlH&Mtrotwlv HiKin Ilia nn
pilncllilfil traiittra upon notiular ortHlulllr who
Ktlmiiit llii'tn. iMiiivertlnK thttlr aHHiuIalliin
lino ruiiiniia unnirra. 1 na iiumra m a pur,
wluili-miiiie ami tliuroiurh inmllt liie. adaixixl to
tlio tnlnj curs and prevention ot f.-vi'rinlaui-.
lillluna rt-miitfiiu nj-HiK-iwia. tiniiaiuiaunn. uu-
InuMiiMu. fluhllllr. nurvou imm and kidno
Inmlili-fl. Its nvnry lliKri dli'liL, unllka thiMM In
the iinllallona of It, I of an aaoirlatnl st ui.l
artl of exnttllKiiuet, and wlilla tliey, by rwumn ot
Ihclrtlwry pruput I mae't Injurlou-ly Hoii
tlia brain aud mirvoua thUhii. of both tlinsr
orsana it ia a aedaUre ami InviKoranU ttefusc
all those harmful huitattona.
Prnah lime acattnred around tha oellar will
liolp to kep It dry.
Til K rttlNU IIUVK r PKACIC.
A riehlv fronted auiverlniz flyltiK Dove
A Bream of Life screen calendar. An im
ported Idea! head. An Imported f-osted
-now scene ami a run act or inairniiiceiiii
floral cartls. Kourten artlaiic tieee.
Hen I to auj-ona who "111 buy lm a drua
irlnt a I101 cif the koiiuIhb 1)h C. M'Lanks
I'KI.KIIKAIKII I.1VRR I'lLIJi ial(! Ct.)
and mall ua the ouiaius wrapM-r Irom me
box with rents in stain tm. write your
addreaa plainly. rutMiNti imoa., tin
The convict ia naturally In a Rood humor
when he brvaklni ouu
Yei; I shall break the enwaiceinsnt, she
said, lolillna hr arnta and limkiinr dnntit: "ll
la really 1m, niucli to wrnvrin, with him; hs'a
aa elrar as a ihmi. and talk Ilka he had
nun! Ir 11! uf nitiili. Ilnaldea. the way hhak
aul auiia is tiiHKUHiiiiK." "lion 1 Dmima en.
KKHiurnl (or that; tell him to take Dr. Haae'a
t 'aiairh Itennly. It will . ure linu i-oinplru-ly.-"Well,
I'll tell hint I do hale to break It olf.
for in all other rpnula he's quite too charm-
I11K. Uf eaiurse tl eurect ma cautrrh.
Tha oftner flower Is lfud forHMmge cake
tne uguttu- tne t-ane win ue.
1 HOI HLK.H.
18 l'BIKCB SrRBKT, KlW YoRK,
liavlnu.been troubled with palna in
hack and chest during the laat Winter I
was compelled to remain at home unable
to attend to.bu-lneas, until I waa advised
by a friend to try. one of Attroex't Pob
oca Plaster. After apply lug one to
my cheat and one to my luv-k in thiee
hours I found relief whie-h I bad not get
In oer thrrt month. 1 cue rln l recoil
mend them to persona having spinal
weakness anel lung trout lei.
1KBV J. If ALLAOHRB
The f'Rar of ltuala ia building a caatle near
Kaatia tu riutauu.
It F.M A It K A bl.K St' ltd KK V.
The self nee of sunrer has made sueh won
ilrrlul prowi-roe In mudern Uinea that the moat
Intm-ate ami drllrate ou rations ere now uu-
ilrrlnkril and c-airted lo a BUirnnful lsau.
Tlire are now aev,ral well authenticated
'm of what la known mm nneuniotonjr. that la
to aay the removal of ulat-aJUMt Mrtiotia of the
luuira in c-aJMB of rinHUinollon. While, how.
fti-r, Uila rirlicate otirrailon baa aomeilmra
lrrn u. lYSnlnllr nerformeil. the risks attrnil-
1 kC It are ao in at. and the riianors of reewvrrf
bo alia-lit, that It 1 acl .otn reaorted to. The
rafr-at plan In e-onsuntpiiTe cases la to use J ir.
Bh . .,..(. ,1 .11 -I a. ..'i 1
alwatBCure the uutmae In lie earlier Blairrs.
1 irnc i mniirn nirtm-ai i, Mxnery, tne vim
tliorouKlily armtlutf the ravaaes of (be terrilrie
malady, by remotlua Us cauae and brlln the
The-re are not more
than 150.OJ0 Quakers in
runaumtlun, Waatlag Olaeaaea,
And tlenerai iH-billlT. Ilortora disatrrve aa to
the n-Iatlve valu of tod Urer Oil and lljpu-lrMlitU-e:
the one aupl)inir au-enirtli and
ltali. Hit ueltrr frlt'inir nerve power, autl artl.-g
mm m tonlr to ihn divtwltve and entire avatem.
flu In Hrall'B f-LMtii l-len of Cud IJrt-r Oil
Willi IlrHutna.pliim (lie two are cunMnH
and thv ellt-et U wonderful. ThnttBunda hu
are deriTrd uu IM-iniaiu.nl h-nr?flt from othrr
tirviwratluns hare tx-i-n t nrwl by tliis. Heott's
KiniiLilin la ix-rfi-ctlr palatahle ami easily dl
a-eatrd I'jr UieaM w bo e-annot tolerate plain Cod
1J er UlL
A Btrona- rfTort la ta-lna- made in Lcmdon
aalnkt exlravaKance lu funerala.
TIIKSKW ritlZE IITOKT
is eagerly soua-hl for. read with ph-astire ordls
BiiiMiintmeiit, la then tusaed aaiile and fonmtten.
lint laiilri who read Dr. ftett-Vs Kavorite ln-
Bfrlptton. read It attain, for they discover In it
BoiiK tJiiiiK to price - a nmroKrr of toy to those
auttVHtiK from f nm-tional dermnuetikent or any
of the i ainral dlortterB or weaameaee pecul-
lir to their ae-i. IVriodiial rAiit. Internal In-
tlainniatlon and uloeratiun. readily field to Ua
wondrrful curative and healing powers. It ia
the only medu lne for women, sold hy druinriata.
'! a puaititr (jHtirmiirr from the manufae-
turers. that It will ale aalisraction la every
or money will be refunded. Thiaauaran-
iw haa been print d on the lKttle-wrwpper. and
isjuiiuiiy t-arnea out ht inaajr years.
Mr. Coatea. the owner of the cutter Marlorie.
naa ootmat tne 1 mane.
J. n. riNH.ABaarrraaS Awatvtl
eeaial. Laboratory, ion first t Cwrti
(Ir. Analyeea made of all suhatanoKa. Itates
for aaaayina Rtud and ailver ores 91.60. faea
aea a.ut by mail or express promptly attended
to, ana returns mean.
rr -!. More Threat. Aath
I'tUrra.uiil other Itlaeanes ot the Itruni-hial
TuHua. no more tia- ful article can be found
tian ilrwm JirtHM-aiol Irorar.
A BRarTiFDL "ourenlr album, contain-
Inn complete collection of Itulera Flairs
ana toats of-Arms or every nation In thr
world, sent free to any address on receipt
of aeventy-flve folding cards, unpolled and
same as taken from Lairieo Clserette pick-
ajres. W. Duke S ns & Co.. First avenue I
aud lwenty-ntnth street, Ivew York.
Pee Antlsell Piano advertisement.
Tbt Okrmka for breadtfaat.
A weepinsr rose tree in a jrardt-n
at Koiistcreu, Holland, is set large that
thirty peiiot iiiers lately eave a con
cert untler its briiiiclna It is sixty-
fire feet in circiimferencov and it haa
been estimated thnt It had ten thou
sand roses at tho time of tho perform
A S". Petersburg correspondent
says that tho actual Czar of R s4n,
the man whoso orel -rs are irr vocable.
is not Ali-XHiuler III., but Lleuleuant
General Greater, tho head ef Ihe pal
ace and a mem her of the t Yivy Coun
cil 1L is between forty and foriy-five
years of ago. Is a soldier by profession
and has been decoratod many tunes
for trallnntrv on the fluid.
Sweet Qirl 1 like that rocking-chair,
but I'm afraid it isn't strong; enough to
Furniture Man No, miss, these
chairs are very frail, but I thought you
said yon were engaging furniture in
advance, so as to got my bargain
S. 0. I am. We re not eoinff to
housekeeping; for six or eight months.
F. AT. Six or eight months after
you are married?
8. Q. Yea
I M. This will be strong enough.
HoW to Slir?
K'n q e)caip
THK AlOST DISTHKSSING FORMS OF 8KIN
and acalu dtscasea with loss of hair, trout
infancy tu old aire, are speedily, economically
and permanently cured by tlie Cuticura Rkm
KDiKa, when all other remedies and methods
Crnci'KA, the frreat Skin Cure, and Crmcrf
HA Soap, au exquisite Skin BeautiAer, prepared
from it, externally, and Cutiouna Kkhhlvknt,
the new Blood Puritler, internally, cure every
form of akin and blool disease, from pimples to
8old everywhere. Prloe,CuTicxrRA,50c.: Soap,
25c.; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by the Pott BR
Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."-
IJT Pimpl, blackheads, chapped aud oily VA
t-ST skin prevented by Cpticuka Soap.
a4a Relief In one minute, for all pains and
J fweakneasea, in Cuticuka Anti-Pain
Plaster, the only paln-kllling; plaster, aao
C . ft CN'R
r Tha great 1
taod PnriAar. Ar
eytlMr aad Llrar
JaTifonuor, 0ana s4 i
F. Alias, Si. FBl, Miua.'
Bardett Telia Uew Re tXMe It t
the Satlafactlea ml All Oeaeeraed.
It dossil' t lie in some people to gal
along with servants. They hsvt no
tact, no knack of managing'. Thcra la
a great deal in managing a servant in
such a wny that the minion Isn't awara
of It But sums people don't know
bow to do this, and consequently a
servant that la a Jewel in my well-reg
ulated household Is utterly useless In
my neighbor's service. Now, not long
ago I had occasion to part with a col
ored man. I didn't want to cast Mm
upon the cold world, because I feared
that if th world got too cold be would
coma back to nis, so 1 unloaded him
upon a neighbor. 1 never bad a rippl)
of trouble with him. I had employed
him ostensibly to groom a horse occa
sionally and mow toe lawn once or
twice a year. 1 soon learned that ha1
was running an African dormitory and
a poker layout In my stable, and tha
general appearance of my premises
finally brought me letters from tha
American Missionary Union, asking
permission to establish one of their
Congo out stations between my barn
and the kitchen. Ihis, as much as
any thing else, induced me to part with
Albert lie shipped with me under tha
tiom de plume of Albert Wilson, but I
noticed that some of the natires ealled
him "Lamo Jake" and he requested
ma, in wilting his letter 01 recora-
mendation, to call hrtn Thompson
Easley. By and by my neighbor said
to me: "1 hat man, bnm Norton, you
sent to ine did you etcr have any
trouble with liimP" I said: "No.
never." "Well," said my neighbor, "I
can't get along with him; he won't do
one thin? 1 tell hlin. not a thing. '
'Oh, well." Isold, -he tried that on
me, too, ulien he lirst came, nut 1 set
tled that In short order." "How did
you manage?'' asked my neighbor.
Well," 1 told him, "I quit tailing
him to do nnv thin?." And do you
know my nelghlxir was real angry with
me, and ahuscd me, and said 1 was a
fool and had deceived him. You see.
he had no tact; that very night Albert
. .' 1111. .. VI. 1.1, . 'ill . " " I
tided to me that Ms real name was
James Sinclair, and he brouf.ht with i
him his brcther. wheci he Introduced,
with me for a week before I was abla
to secure them places in the county!
Jail. They both left me with sever ,
. ... . . . 1
regret, ana Allien saia. in parting.
that any time I wanted him to corns
back, a letter addressed to Charles
Martin would reacn mm. Aioert was
a saddle-colored pagan, but he was tne j
richest msn in names I ever worked
for. Ilurdctle, in 0 lobe Democrat.
There are people In this world so
constituted that they would not think
themselves paragons of virtue because
the statute of limitations forbade their
being trletl for grand larceny.- 'Aifo-
Henry Sbaw, the venerable St.
Louis philanthropist, who gave the
Missouri Botanical Garden and Tower
Grove l'ark to the public has donated
nine acres of ground near the park to
Washington University for base ball
and other athlelio sports.
A St. Paul baby fell from a second-
story window, alighting on an awning.
Thence it bounced off and fell on the
shoulders of a ftontleraan who was
patting, and who caught it lu his arms.
The gentleman's plug hat was ruined.
but the hahtr wen hurt in (heleaat.
'Poor fellow, he died in poverty."
aid a man of a person lately deceased.
'That Isn't any thin," exclaimed a
seedy bystander. "Dying in poverty
is no hardship; it s living in poverty
that puts the thumb-screws on a fel
low." T.'o$ Silinya.
SXDr. Spinney & Co.,.
NPPVntlil Ieolllty IMNief Thjor. Bnnlnal
y, Ijoaeef Vlifnr.
, waafe Metiiory,
or abaJM. curJ.
K, I dency. aodoetoeicvaaaaorabojw.canrd.
A pMitiT cure frmrnu-rl la aTrr mw, HTphiltn,
ciuurttva, promptijr aud .tvleijr cured.
i rintrr ina tsnsrss iniaaw ttti ntiiijauirsvi ai
eaas of KMnrr or II I art cW, Wralr Kuk. Ktrrrot-a
ifoiniT. wa.tma o( Hesnat BtreuatliL, ate, cm
aod re.tor-,1 to hmlt hv vi-or.
N.-B. lra,na nnalile to vlalt na may be treated
at tllwlr hninM. by -orrfBiMmd.nce. atHUcinea ana
Inatructtona wnt by matlorexrireaa. Conaultatioo
I ne, Hend 4 cent In .lamps lur 1 be Youag Man I
r ncna or uuiu, iu n etuoca.
ABO WILL CVSB
A partlcls la spoiled Into
liae SO ata at rfausstlrta :
tfausriffta: by mail, reiater.
oostrO and a afreeable.
mi, B eta.
ELY UIKfTUKaa 6S WaxreaHt. Mew Tors.
Iodide ol ItntsH
It cures Rntl'MATKH. Nfuraluia. Bolls. Pimples.
Rorofula, 0.nt, e'starrh. Yumura, S't Rheam, and
Mercurial palna. it funnea ine uioou. Heasures u,e
Liver a, d K Itinera to healthy action, and maJtea tbr
Oomplexioo ItrUhi and ejlear.
J. R. CATES A CO., Proprietor.
417 MaaaoBje HI.Haa Fraarlir.
7 TO TI1K LAIIIKM!
MANl'rAfTI RKRB ASD IMPORTERS OP
LADIES'. CHILDREN'S & INFANT S WEAR
IIS KCARNT ElRKCT, 8 T.
Illustrated Catalogue! aeut free on application.
FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Sold on Trial !
Inrestment unftH, profit
a lire. 8nd tOo for m&iUn?
arae tilustrt4d Cat4tlorQ .
with (nil oarUoulra. Mava-
uf Bicturod by
GOULDS ft AUSTIN,
Tollt Day. Samples worth 1.B0, FKES.
IJnaa not nnilar tha horaasfaat. Write Brkw.
m' apbtt Rsia Holcm Co.,Holly ,3Ileh,
Mm -ii 1 -T-win CHICAGO
VS 7(16 tfe standi well wi(h
StJacobs Oil: Apply fkirjEl sfeepsd
In fio( wafer and wmrg ov(.
BOLD BY DBU0CIST AND OEALESf.
CHAf A.VOCEIER C? Bawo. Ma.
The Oregon National Bank,
ISiatemto MetraeoMtaB stn I
CArrTAjTipAio lif - saxvm
TmuBBceaa Omial Banlrieig Bmlmai.
lfj.8 fcXCHAfftlBooB-o fruioBwo and W Tort
IkmlVilltlllilNI t,mm!tAm trmnm.
YAM B. ixdJMHMVTt "axi.B UA.HKVK, Ja
81 riNWAY HKASK-H, PFAHKet
PtsooB; BnMnte OraanB. In-1 ltwwii.-imii Lw
took "I SIim Muatc mad Ht ota. HoU Btwpilcrt '
ham rrU JlATTHIAH URAY (XI . S
am. Mu rimnntmmn
1st rremlam. tS.OOO la ttue,
SO jresra KBlIUIied. M
a itciild Htwl Tun nZ l
uh in 11-iuU.or Piano, hf nicti tail i-aun
Uud In tune SO ar, nd I. r 1K J not anctc
by rlinuta. No wod to Ut, break, awall, shrink,
ersrk, detay, or bbt out ; we guarantee K. l.l
Biit Kool Cum, S atrltir. duuUe retlnr
action; Snkat Ivory ke; tl. ranvaa AMTHKI.L
t!l r rite lf OBtamgu. free. T. M. AjeriXKU
PIANO CO.. MnualBeurBrB, IM4 FoUium" H-U, Mb
ket and Hrrenttt KtrtwtB, Han Frmijt-i. e.
aT u. tri rp
Has made the Pipe a populai
Institution being composed of
a quality of leaf best adapted
fnr smnVlnn flnA r.nt rp.arlv fm
immediate use, it is preieraoie
IQ 1110 DeSl DJ.aaOS Ul UtfUl
Pressed PlnS. A single trial 1
rlll COIlYert eYeiT C0nSUE28r
WeY Will US6 110 OluCr.
If your dealer does not keep it, he
will get it for you, If ha values your
-aa. Mi -y H
1 f 1
UKES Mat-Boas ProBtratioa. Harrema Haadacha, EeeormnetHlftl by rfr.f'.kjr.B! aaatsMtiaa
NBaralsia, Nerroua Weakneaa. Stomach ' ZZ T , . ' ' .
and Uer DianHa. Rbnm,tii. lrm- Pric ' - bJ Draitgwaa.
'papal a. sad all aSsctieaa of tha
nBaawtamritaS OCR TBADE MARK
.fITg. It ia Impoao
laat that tha Uo4m or
ba WhlU and Par Baas
aa aU almiatr aabsbiawsa
aad for food. To I
ebtalnlM only tha
A Bammsf braad Soda
mr alBratat. buy It In
"poand or half potaad"
aartoona wkk-h bcarow
Mnc Bad trad s-Basra, aa
la fart or goods ara Bano
Aras a BftnjDKr brand
wbra boabt la tralk.
ParUoa naina Baklnf
fowdar aboald ram. robes-
that lta aola rtaing
proparty etmiitt of bi
earboaataof sada. OM
taaspooa fal of tbs "krm
a Ha m m ar M braad cf
Soda or Balaratoa mixod
with somr atilk aqaala
Packed in Card Board Boxes.
DOCK,' tLLUjf1, AjfM )
General Agent for ADVANCE Threshers and Engines
N rOBTXAJSD, OBECiOX,
BETTER TH AN
iSJ3,S1.5 CATAUIUI EOFFAIIl.
The Fiiient and ruBit Coinp'eta SU-w Cata-
ltiRua ever publtahed In t'ia Uoito-l Btottfi. U
will stiable yu t buy yonr fistarer a n.ttil.l
gently and profitably a UemgU yeu vU:tnl
our (tore and porn. mall 7 roide yoir purchaae.
Beat Tree to acjr addreae. Eeci
for It how to
VIS and 710 Market St., S. F.
The BUTEnS QVIVTS Is
Issued March and Bept
i each year. It la an ency.
i elope dia or userui inior
mation for all who pur.
chaaa the luxuries or tha
nsneasitiea of life. Wl
ean olothe you and furntah you with
all the necessary and unnecessary
appliance to ride, walk, dance, sleep
at. flah, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and la various sisea,
tyles and quantities. Just figure out
what is required to do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can rnskeafeir
estimate of the value of tha BlfEHB'
GUIDE, which will ba sent npon
receipt of lO cents to pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
lll-ll-t Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111.
Oca IMMENSE STOCK OF RLMVlEa BAI B7UO
OA.f t NhEaWBAR, at fl and fl.M) rn:t,
LBtwtdBaliftnlofEIU'AI.R filIIHT-1. tiire latnai
etj le Ceil Ian anJ on ilr Cti, t.50 eadu
Gents Furnishing Goods,
232,-Kearny St, near Bush.
4T Send fnr llluttrste I ( atBliicna.
Btf ef naa tTen oBfees
sal aatlalaetioa la IM
care of Gooorraata and
Uleet. I prescribe It asd
feel saia la reeatDBBeaoV
r "' '1 nc it to all aofferrra
PRICE 1.00. .
Sold bf Itd eeiats.
a, nan Will tia saia for mmh Bed tttrw arsfo
1 1UUU eouoa bu1hboc Imiwi n a aak-R' PaVrtiaa,
Sflhtftd aad oc'y muy
ir Brud'ioHl for taiaiittfTtoa
bartalBB 'ilM mtti-
B&a I leaarv km tha en:ptoiV4i. rttmnvmrn tan. buwb,
frncklea aD Kir-ml.H. a and roadutwa 4 lb acts.
Ia4 and tn.ion - (be elite of aeetefs- mat (be
rw. ttd by 1 e c(ita at 0 senu per berelat.
WUrteaad rv-R Haa '.'jtomd by W. St- WiaiMiat
a .. (heBtaB Y turn J mwm
N. I, y. I'. Sr. T 8. F. V. V. No. 3IS.
V. t AR HlHVCS
f mt-'i Ct j jtsi f jf "or !d to a y. err Tonlo
ti?b irvcr tssdss. .-ntMiiiictr 5t?ry mud
C t- tltuex wufiur-rftil w-rrt tniuliszkla, tk
;rl:!jr curt tut bttoub diwxter.
btuL It ir.t tmt tlte Lwt.v trul, rh-U
ru." Ithn-malls-tii, at:'l re- turt Uie bk-r'l
rnskniK orran to e hei..tiir r zir..iun. it im
ttte trtaw trzuiy fat k.itxuilmuz.
PAir'n Otm rowrwffitj'cSjr rwitwv
the I-.t. r anei fc'.docyH tn i-rt-e L1U. 1 im
Cirriirt xcrr, erbiji! w.tlj ;u w-tvti
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mormt catvas erf f spei.
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r" t i 1 1 t ' : ' i"i . v i
four teaapootifalsof th
tng twBty times lta
eoat, bnidBi rwlriK
murh belUiier, beaaBa
it does not eon tain aa
In j arums aabstsaoea,
aaeb as altim. terra alba
etc., of wbicb many Baking-
towders are madai
iMirymea and Farmera
should use only tbe-Arta
a Hammer " braad for
eleanicg and keepin
Milk faoa Serset and
very pound paekace of
'ttm and ;
Brand aontaina fall
1 S onneea net. and th
V poand packs; mit
11 samen Bet. fioda or
Balerataa same as spent.
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Always keeps Sofl.
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