Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, May 08, 1888, Image 2

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EVENING CAPITAL JOUKNAL
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EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
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Capital Journal PublWiffif Company.
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TUISSDAY, MAY 8, 1888.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
OmtfrtwHMn,
IUN'lljIt HHItMAN.V.
Htiprwne Judge,
W. V. 1.01(1),
I'rtaOtlwitlHl KUwtor,
iioniiitr jicm.v,
Wll. JUI'l'S,
r. w. FUJ10W.
rrMailmrAltory 'llilnl )).
11. 11. iiiiwrrr.
MARION COUNTY REPUBUCAH TICKET.
nrrnrTinr,
J. It. WAI.tiO, MMlny.
T. T. OKKW, WltrfluB.
i. I). VIJ0K, Mh.
H. MYMAN, WamHwrH.
Wu. AIIMHrHHMO, aoslli 8Ihii.
HiMitr,
11 M. CIIOIIIVX, IMlfm.
V3.M.K,
r. j. jivnoocK, hi1m.
J. II. HTAHK. )fet liilfW.
A. 0. CONIUT, Aillvill(-.
iKgHaMM,
A, J-. IIUOKLHHV. MlfMlnH.
oeNMHflt,
A. ,11. COBRU.1IM, MirhW.
VT. T (IKTM, HiiM).
h' mom, h mnvummn,
II. W. YOlHiH. WlwttM.
tU'HI'TOR,
w. j. cm.vrit. ttMi aiw.
WHVlNMI,
Dr. II. 0. UYMXU. Wo.IUllrn.
iioinii 'in Tin; mii'ium.
WI11111 h iHiiuiiiiinlty want tnliiHini
a htnto (ir city, tlu In! uhiiiih ti
Miliijit Im to t t tin mMiiVH of Miiiply.
DUtrllmlliiK rwoiinv impcr and
jiMiiiililH(iliilluiuirtliwixU'rimtnt
will attrai't tli iituuitlnii of tliim
mini; lint tuwiiil iiKtitM to ICuroK
mill cHtt'li tlif fuMim t'iulurniit Ikw
flim tlu-y liwvo tlii'lr Immiw Im iiihU
In aaauraiit'e iluulily nun'. I.at
MwkH Vfawl nrrlvwl In N'v York
carrying 7t)0 wuMiK't, Himing
wlniui wim h Miiy of aiHKicniiMUH
Mini HvumllimvlniiH, uiuliT Wmrx" of
w)lotilttl.iiu(p'iit, tlic wIioknirty
with tlrkru Umgl.t tlinmHli n
Wellington (orrliory. TliUUhanlly
littliiHt intTrl'. Tlie NnriliiTii
Carlrlu, In unU-r to Iiu-ivmm Ha m
migi'T tntltlc, U llKU)(vt 111 thin wil
nlmUon mlu-iiu', ami tlu mlvnntM
IP of WimIiIukIoii trrilory n wt
Uftr tlu Ititi'iutlHir I'liilKrwnt nIh
lliin Mini In n platv wlwrv liu wniMit
oiitntii ftill liifiinimtlon. Ily Mich
iiithim II10 wolllilu tlmt torritorj
hri nvcr rmu'tltM, uixl lli mttUn
whunri' lU-kluif In mfiiiit tolwilU
MipliiUt. TlicOnKn lnlKnttluit
UuNTtt Uhhm limn itlMtl'incd lii '(Vipoma
to turn tlMtltwuhitHl tiumlftrHttUn
thl ,), luit iiiuvli uuiHxmr.v
pxpenm' mul tl.unri.rt Im lultlctell
mi 11 cImm uf ptMik Im itn Iwntl'
lu a iMMlllmi to imt mhuiuI JuIkiiiiiI.
The KM(ile of I'orllaiul woukt ilo
lUr to wild n utMti to (N'imiiUHKfii
wlifw li i-ouUI ri'tit'li l ho t'lulnuil
in Uhms tun! tluw dlnvt u ihuiIoii of
(Im tntUiwiiig tn4iiii.
Ir tt-MHiiiimiinMl m nhort ttutv ago
wm.. aivwij .M- lutu in K Htwwrj
ltHiw ur ouiigivw wr ttminawaf
lriit Uieir 4utUtiuv mi tbe tartfl
tjumttoii. 'I glvi i1im awhtUoiM
taioMiuMi i thaiHx' to talk, vwulug
MHMtoiw wv hf M. n ofttory llown
lu tuio fontiiiiKXM dream. am
WediMfvilay i'ViIiik, w rv tuld,
lx mtniitioni wttv pivwiit, two of
hIioau, Mr. 8uuart, uftldtityia, awl
Mr. iHirU, of MaMM'huMHU, matk
tarttraiimvlMM. Wliat th othrr ftwr
utomtwM vvrf oltij, iua- U kft t
!l iwaiuitUi. IlNHtlnc lh rtut
act ha uo wcU mcay In dUtxtralag
rfttwt! a on ott rtwliiouwl talk mi
ttwtartlt
IHwr-l MM.MtKX'KM : V 1 1 h I u
ftjf Wii lHwr tbo youna- f
i-soaltf havv MitaH-rilxil iwarty ekvi
liu nil dollar uf a (uud uf lwlv
tLi,'iuaint, Air a U Ibr a Yuuuy
Mu' trt-llai AwaaUao bwUd
inf. rturii a aubwrttMiaM miIIim4
lut.Htilf Ittvll U UHtVOMlMUMl tt
tin- r..i-tlk naA. lucUMila Hkw
ihio xjtal wfay II lallMHl MMOtla W
Mm n -t pmgwailya om ! Um
A IX TALK AM NO CIOKIt.
A ileinocnitlc Hicker ought t lx)
mliainwl to look an audience in the
face and niontion the word taritr.
For ten yearn the lower branch of
emigre! has lieen in deniocratic
Imnilc, and the country has been
looking for a revinion of the taritr;
hut the democrat!" membeni liave kj
little heart In the ficat reform they
prate iilnrtit that nothing has liecn
done Two miecetwive attempts have
lK-eu made by Morrlwm to reduce
exceanlvu linjiort rates by a horizon
tal cut. Tlili ii the fairewt way of
abHtlng im evil, and Mn, like the
gentle rain, on the Jut and the 1111
JiiHt. JJut they were K-arcd from
their purjHHW by a howl raied in
various (pairlcr, and Mr. MorrlMin,
wlio nhoved farm horcc m-iihc in his
niannerofgettlngaroundadilllculty,
has licen relegated to private life.
ThodemocratH are too pusillanimous
and time nerving to face opjK)itlon,
and when a revUion U made in the
taritr, It will come from republican
hands. This Is the only progressive
party and reforms have to come from
that wiiirce. Talk Is cheap, and we
hear too much of it on the stump
and at street comers; the republicans
Imvetheeoiimgooftlielrconvictioni',
and when they make up their minds
to do a thing something has to give
way. .
A WHAUHOMH MJIMIXT.
Ih tills long sullering people to bo
allllctcd with a tarill" dii-cuion all
through the (iuiiiiilgii'.' Cleveland
has been guilty of many grave
oHenses, but ills tarlll' message to
eongronw, which has sent every newr
pHpfredltonind political speaker cni
.y about eiiHtoni dues, is such a rellne
iniint of cruelty that adequate pun
ishment cannot be meted out to him.
At the democratic talk last night
three or four hundred uiioHendlug
pernous were aweiiibled, thinking to
hoar a lively raking over, and a few
personalities, iierclmiice, to give est
to the hainiiiet. Hut they wcro
condemned 10 me inmeuoii 01 a larni
discourse. United States census re-
porls for It fly years Imckwcivhrnught
down from their dusty shelves, and
llgures and percentages thrown at
an audience who showed by their
wearied looks how much they suf
feied from the numerical liomTiurd
inenl. It would be 11 mercy if we
could have autocratic rule lor the
next six mouths, and ovorv political
spun ker refused the privilege of ad
dressing an audience unless lie
entered Into his own recognlz-niiees
not to mention (mm.
Tin: CvriTAi. .Iouunai. Is the
victim of discrimination. A few
weeks ago we bid against taeSlatus-
man for the city prlntliiK, and the
tsiuneil awardisl the contract to our
eotcni,, helK'Ingtlui hlghent bidder.
I jiti'i' we put in our bid to publish
the deliuipieiit tax list, the Stutcri
nmii Hgnln being our competitor,
and tlwt Journal agalu ixntdvcnl tlie
iNiiitravt, on the ground that It was
the lowtwt bidder. This is confus
ing. Iel us uudertttaud by what
mW is in tracts an' to 1k awartliMl.
If the city lias one rule of acting,
ami the county follows an opjs.sltc
rule, lliowtt btddera who iirv outside
ll ring are prettA1 ivrtaln to l lelt.
It' a poor rule that won't work lsith
ways; but when both waya have the
appearance of favorltiaiu, their
itntriUare not vialble to the un
initiated. The rultM tliat govern
award aiiould K- nwdu known In
advaiuv.
Tin: Sunday Welcome u,s,
" lIo)MniliitMi Im not eoullned to tlie
democratic ctinirreMKloixal eamlt-
date," which e ixuniiiend as a ian-
dld trull). UopefuliKw also poa-
tllt auul of Uie IVlMllilloau
eouKnMHuual iwiulidatr, and aa be
Ium varutnl the support of every uu-
prUilletHl voter lu Oregon by Iwllh
nil and fulcleiil Mtr'ktw luixaiunaa.
Ill hoalulmaaor vMor at lheHll
im iwaeU ou a sure ftaiadatlou. Mr.
Uearln may U trusted b inaketh
twat tight Im ran. lajl llennnuu It
the law! ruuuer and will kva hk
e-uuja'tltor a kat waj- lu ttw rear.
limn ikiii
JubixHliattuek reutleivil a deela
loo lu dt)MrtUh'nt No. I., olreull
waift In Portland, yeaiwrdoy, In tin
iwaeirf IMatrtit Attorney 11. V. 1UU
va W. W. rtpauhtlnyaud fkwlaud
RurkwvU, biMhtauMMi for Dr. laivta,
wlw waa ludlettvl of iuanlnuahter
hy alorikm, Uy the grand Jur- if
thUixHim.v, l Molr, iu Aixor of
". iw the auui of fct,00U,ad eata.
' J". 4HJII
Chimlr)tudly)Ya nk
iMhat luuna mmiI battle t Uu- lh
ualUiMt, aud. ft I d. aajr It mywir, I
waaoutfofUia wen vholwl tha way."
r'lh0'adtturlikri-'Whal Ual
Mr waa it, IhuuWy BtUI Huur'-New
su" 1 an 1. n-atysMJSB?
U1JE.
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LANDS AM) BWJIK3. lr--i
Marion county is 8tu.1..,J,,,M
neart of the magnificent ilfainaHf
valley, the central gem in the chr
terof rich counties that form Hurt
princely domain, and is thebaniMr
commonwealth of the great .north
west in all the ceMntia h t it go to
wards making it a profitable, abiding
place, and a home for the thrifty
farmer, the cunning artisan and tl.i
industrious mechanic.
lllcli in its agricultural resources
in Its cultivated and uncultivatul
lands, in its water powers, nnd
minerals; rich in its colleges and
schools of learning, and with n
climate unsuirpawcd for its salubrity,
it prtent to tho immigrant from
the overcrowded states, where cold
winters and hot summers, with
terrible cyclones, prevail, who
comes to the coast with mmiio
means, advantages Hint no other
cotintv in Oregon poesc8.
Much has icen written of this
western country that requires a
-.tretch of the imagination to com
prehend, and numerous complaints
ire heard from tho class who have
been misled by them, bo in this
brief sketch tho writer desires to
avoid exageratlon as to its present
and prosjiective advantages, asking
those in the east into whose hands
tills may fail particularly those
wlio have thelrcyes directed towards
this coast to pcrubo it carefully,
feeling that It is not written to hire
immigrants within its borders, but
only as a truthful inscription of a
lunil which, if it docs not "How
milk and honey," contains within
Its bosom wealth and resources equal
to any other country on the Pacific
dido of the Itocky mountains.
norxDAitiES.
Marlon county is bounded on the
north by the Willamette river ami
Untie creek which separates it from
Clackamas county; on the cast by
Clackamas county and the Cascade
mountains, which separate it from
Wiikco county; on the south by the
t-'antliim river and the north fork of
the Saiitiam, Mmarnttng It from
Linn county.and on the west by the
Willamette river.
1'JIYKICAI, FOHMATIOX.
The county contains, Includii.,
valley, prairie and mountain hinctt
about 0 10,000 acres.
There arc two main divisions, tin
mountain and the valley. Th.
latter extends from tho AVillaniett'
river to tho foot of tho Cusesn''
mountains, 11 distnnco of about 11 -teen
miles.
The mountainous portion contali r
some fourteen townships of mohli
unsurveyed land; lying In a str.j
twelve miles north nnd south b
forty miles cast and west, and con,
prises all classes of land, from rltli
narrow valleys In tho passes, up
through all tho grades of rolling
hilly and broken, to that of nuU
boiind canyons nnd Inueeessib'e
craggy peaks. It is generally henvii,
timbered, and lu tho near futn 1
will be valuable for its lumber su
piles. These hills nnd mountaii
rJlhrd a wonderful miniiner ruiut
for stock, and many of tho more e.
terprislng fanners aroavalling tlicc
selves of this ojiportunlty, and win n
the cold frosts 01 autumn nppnuicli
the stiH'k aro brought out to fresh
IMistures, thus enabling them to sm
vive the whiter storms with Utile
care.
(IKKAT ADVANTAOKS.
A decided advantage Marlon cor 11
tv has over many others is the di-vci-slllwl
farming Interest that can
be carried on tlirouglit the cntiu
voar; notwlthstbndlng this Is a w
climate during tho w-lnter liumtlw
the uplands are Ktldoni too wet 1
work, and long liefore the pni'
fiinneiy are through with their s i ,:
Inn, the hill fanner Is pivimrini; i 1
his Miiunier work. And yet tin
low lands are much preferred 1.
many; the yield iwaere Is gem m!1;
greater, and jierhajw leiw lalKir Is if
iiirisl to place the aoll In pro, . 1
condition for crops; and then should
1 he frcumm prove, dry, the botton.
lituda aw sure to bring the (
eiMiia. No better farming land cii'
U round in tho I'nltwl Mates tlu'i.
lUat oil the noted Howell trair.c.
t ivnch prairie, Santlam prairie an!
sdem prairie. The soil or these an
wonderfully iirtMhietlw. With ps d
ciiltlvallou, forty IntslieUof wheal
iiid alty of oata jier aero can Ik'
i 'udlli' MoourtHl.
KAl'ILITIIM Kt)R MAKKin1.
The Willamette river, with two
'. 1111 of railroad running the entile
eiigth of ilia itauity from north to
.uth, with Ui Oregon l'aclnc n.d
i.tuwlug the aoutheoat corner of the
,-ounty, afford ampla faeilltUK to
ixeh a market In any dlreetiou.
SAI-K.M
U the capital of the stati au
-- iint.v eat of Martou eountv, situ
..id oil the Willamette river and
11 tlie (). C. railroad. Wtl
. ulldluga haw been erected, hiiiuii;
which the atate caultol bulldiui:,
tuutywKirthouae, Ciu'incketcltoiol,
pera houae, uew public sihool
ulldliut, Catholic chtal building,
MethaiUt church, Willamette I'ui
veivlty, and many private residence
-ml tmaluiMi bwoka. which will
compare favorably with older ,.i-.:
Urjrer eltiea.
OKKKICVU
All thiuH WMUidand.theWllIam
.tie valWy haa tha beat couutrv in
1 be wiurlo, and Marion couutv U
..Uait wnteraUy located therein.
To Iheae aeeking homes In the wwt,
Mi tatter opportunitkw ran be
ottered, than an found hare. Peraona
dealrlug Information regarding
Marion county or thv Willamette
valley, thoaw vranting farminf
lauUa, atuek tarnu, buainca property
or oity reakWnoea, will be prompth"
and relhtbly Informed by a&trmluff
the wU known Arm of Wllllia
Chambttiln, rani wtate utrntn.
"'erahonu bloak, Baku) on .-.
Mr Vmiv n th riMHttt a x xr
t- Warxhi.
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE & CO'S,
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
AND MANY OTHER
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and
nusinx msj uia-WJ-
J. D. McCully,
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
I-I AT S r
-AND-
FURNISHING
24!) COMMERCIAL STREET,
t. UJtt JMIHI1I ' ligJXJgB
,ra IHMJ.UHBTT'" """"
WIKI. BROWN & CO.
-deai,i:b in-
B I O I O j T j S
O U H
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I WTlh 11"
A i y ""fr ti y
Lcatliei' mill Minis !
u
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelts and Pure.
No. 'M Coiniiu'ri'lr.l Stnvt,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
HACKS -:- AND
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TWWI lirf JJM
jSckihkr -:- and -:- Pohle.
IMWIWWMWWMPWHWMWWWWWWWIMMa--,.
Capital Lumbering, Company!
MAMrtUCTVBKHa
of
WW vanniv
Dressed and
T 'J
1 nil iv in
-COMftUm.T OK MAXWI
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,
BOXES, Etc.
SALEM
Garland Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Brighton Ranges,
LEADING STYLES.
Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriages.
GOODS, ETC.
- - SALEM, OREGON.
"ltrT'llJ 'injJUJJUSWmmWJC3SiMJMlTVSax
fj2'-i.
Y
-;- BUGGIES
A flue line r hnokii, buirales, cHrU.iwi-.
rtai. bartU-nU, ilv. ti, our 'own
make nnd the bot eateni made liucalei!
Every one Warranted!
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING,
t'atl nn tin nnriMKimioii . a
rl.,rm,iU. . and iSartSiBKJfiK.K
or AND OEALER8 l
Orcpn Ink
Undressed.
OREGON,
AW
Of M JK
Conservatory of Music of
"Willnmcto "University.
FIRST PUBLIC CONCERT
MISS FRANKEE P. JONES
And pupils, Assisted by
MRS. W. 1 WETZELL, OF PORTLAND,
Miss Nettle Loul'oBrown, Prof. J. II. Coomer
Mr. J. II. Ross, and Z. M. Parvln.
Wednesday Evening, May 9,.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
PART I.
Orchestra
Andajito and Allegro Vivace, from Over
ture to William Tell .Kessinl-SchmldD
Muses Dalrymple, Hughes, Breyman and Rey
nolds. Grand Vnlse Brillanto . ,. . Chopin
Mlssfcdith Hughes.
01osCriollos(DaHCO Cubalne) . Gottschslk
Misses Kate Reynolds and Jessie Dalrymple.
Ernanl, Ernanl lnvolaml . Verdi
Mrs.W. A.Vctiell.
Les Couriers , . .... Hitter
Miss Jessie Dalrymple.
The JolUest Boys Alive . . Emerson
Messrs. Parvln, Bagley, Cooke and Burke.
Maiden's Blush waltz . . Kinkel
Misses Jessie Iircymsn. Ethel Crane, Um(f
Hlrsch aud Blanche Woodford.
Linda deChamouny(Fantasie) .
.Donliettl-Huntea
Mrs. L. Kuan. S
Carnival of Venice . ... . Hartman
Prof. J M Coomcr
PART II
Last Rose of 8ummor. . ... ... .Dressier
Misses Lulu Smith and Lena Breyman
Moonlight Sonata (last two movements)
Beethoven
Miss Laura Qoltrn.
Reading (selected) .... Nettle Louise Brown
Concert. Stucke, Op. 79 Weber
Miss Froukio P Jones
Bobolink ... , RIshep
Mra Wetzcll
Wollenhaupfs Grand Concert March Berg
Mrs. Krausse, Mlsi-es Moores, Scnber and
Moores.
Vocal solo (selected) Mr J II Ross
Sounds from the Ohio MerE
Misses Lulu Hlrsch, Jessie Breyman, Mabel
Adair nnd Ji'anctte Meredith
Admission, 60 cents. Reserved seats now on
sale at Patton's book itore.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
OFFERED BY
Willis & Chamberlain.
60 ncroH, 3 miles from Salem, highly
cultivated ...--- JOOOCt
-I lots, good house and barn, Iuist tea-
lem - - - - 2S00
5 lots, finely situated . lToO
800 acres 21 miles fiom Salem, well
improved, enn bo divided into 8
or four tracts -.lO.OOJ
200 acres 8 miles from south of Salem,
fair lmprovememcnts.fine timber
and water ---- ZJ
1 block of land. :i houses, rent for 812
each, pays interest on S40UO 30OB
SO nrres S5 miles south of Salem, fair
Imnrnvpinnntl . --00
5 acres adjoining city limits, in
meadow --,--. 1JW
1 lot, good house and barn, adjoining
eouit liuuso block loolr
1 acre, Salem, new houso nnd barn,
plenty of small fruit . 2000
The foregoing is but a partinl list of the
bargains we have to oiler.
"WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera Houhe, Court Street, Salem. '
TirHcalTWooir
I am now in the market soliciting th(
trade of all who buy their yearly feupply of
wood In tlio summer months. I am pre
pared to saw, split nnd store all cord
wood wild to my customers In
lots from six cords to any large amount
desired. A large nnd well selected stock of
all kinds of wood. May and Juno I oirer
extra .Inducements nnd it will pay you to
rail midget my prices right away, ah
wood corded at your placo of residence or
business and then sawed nnd stored. I also
oiler extra inducements to those wlio wish
to buy in slnglo cord lots by tho year. My
offlco is with G.V. Johnson, SK Commer
cial stivcl, where I will bo glad to see all
of my old customers and many new ones,
liny once with this system of handling
wild and you ill always continue.
Bills Wanted!
tup (state insurance company 01 nu,
.. ...111 I 1.1.1.. e l.n nntnllnn HI
wu-Kiui, miii iecuiu IflllM llll tllCWlltn".. "'
u throe story (brick nnd mansard roof), i;
hit iiiuiuuig. 1'ians nmispcciuuiiii"iia "j
be si-cn at the olllcotif Walter Puzli.Salcm,
!lrn.nr. Ulil. will l.. ,.liwn,1 nil till' 15tll. lit
2 o'clock i. m. , ,,
me right Is rt-er ed to lejeet nny ami nn
bids.
bl'ATK IXSUKAKCl! COMPAKY,
by II. V. Coitlk, So'y nnd Mgr.
Proposals For Wood.
CJEALKI) PROPOSALS WUJi HE RE
Qcetvedat the office of the secretary or
tt until 12 m of May 00. 1S for the de-
llvnrv fin ,,r liol.,. Tulv- IR nn tl,A PJlllltOl
riindu, oflBO conls of oak and 75 cords of
wood.
unk must be either grub or Round bouj
timber cut from thrifty trees nnd not more
than six months cut.
Kir must be cut trom live tree.
All wood uumt be four feet long, reasona
bly straight and not less than 2Thiches In
diameter.
Hcparate bids Mill be received at the
aame time and pluce for cutting Into three
lengths the above wood, and storing the
same In the capltol building ; storage to be
witijuletcd by .September 1st.
All bids will be opened at the above oinee
at a p. m May HOth. 1888.
GEO. V. McHRIPK,
Hecretary orwate.
DUGAN BROS.,
PLUMBERS !
GAS AND STEAM FITTBIIS,
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Sternn M() HwabUg Goails,
-.lSHte Street
8ALEM, ; ; t ; OREGON.
FX)H BARGAINS IN
lURN ITU RE
i TO
KU1AN . 'HITKY.
SUlc Street, Satan, Ongta.
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eualr fcrtiry, t,Kk, we an- un-pred '
Ml chain, lotrlhuan boui iuireoi.
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