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BY IUEBTL LOVE.
Around the campfiresof the laat
meeting of tho G. A. k. at the na
tional cipitnl Bat generals, colonels,
majors, lieutenants, captains and
private Boldiors, whoso war experi
ences thrilled many hearts and made
tho nighta ring with shouts and
One evening Colonel Cooper of a
New Yorli regiment boasted of how
lie "won his wife near the capital in
'G7," and added, "She was 12 and I
"Who's going to believe such a
yarn as that, colonel f"
"Solid truth, boys."
"Yes," put in Major Drake, "it is,
and she was a reb too." ,
"Yes," said the colonel, "a reb.
tho handsomest little rebel in Vir
ginia." The colonel rubbed his hands to
gether liko a boy and laughed aloud
at tho very remembrance. "And if
anybody doubts my word," ho added,
"just step into Willard's tomorrow
and ask the madam herself."
Major Johnson said, "Now, colo
nel, how could you, such a rampant
Unionist, fall in love with a rebel!"
Tho colonel laughed again. ' 'Stock
ton himself could never invent such
This is the story, and it is princi
v pally of tho pranks of two children.
Notwithstanding the years of ' 'spies,"
"secret service," "blockade run
ning," "Moseby's guerillas," and all
tho terrors of war incident to tho
marching up and down of two ar
mies, the old home of tho rebel offi
cer, Curtis, not far from tho capital,
Mrs. Curtis and two young chil
dren remained in the house all
through the war, giving food and
shelter to both armies alike as they
Ono day Mrs. Curtis was called
away several miles to the home of a
sick friend. Alexander, aged 14 and
tho man of the houso duriug his fa
ther's absence, and' Patty, aged 12,
with the old servant, were left alone
in charge oMhe.pldce.
They wero well used to "troops,"
to "raids" and to "warnings," and
having-suffered no great losses they
had no great fears when word came
to them a little after noon that the
Federals "would raid the Curtis
place that day and would take every
thing." The two children sat down on the
wide stone step by tho carriage road.
They thought of the cool epringhouse
with its delicious milk and butter, of
the chickens they had tended, of the
nice storeroom and of the little herd
of Guernsey cows.
For on hour they eat there and ,
talked. At last Patty jumped up.
"It's time they wero coming, if they
are coming. You just run down
toward the creek and see if you can
"Run down and Bee?" cried Aleck.
"You must bo crazy, Pat I Do you
think I want to be gpbbled right up
by Yanks off there by myself? You
are a goose for a major's own daugh-
Pattverot unand shook her curly
head and marched back and forth in
the road. "I'd liko to know if a
major'sson should boafraid of a few
soldiers?" she said. "Haven't we
plenty of Unions this year, and
haven't they all treated us nice? I
rather liko to see them mysenv
"Well, then, Miss Patty Curtis,"
retorted her brother, "suppose you
march down to the creek then I"
"Perhaps I will pretty soon. I'm
not ono bit afraid of General Grant
himself. I'll tell you what I should
do." Potty took hold of her pretty
gingham dress skirt, gave it several
graceful swings, pirouetting saucily
along tho drive. .
"You can bo polito to an army just
as woll as to anybody," said she.
"Just lot a great regiment come
tramping up our road, with a gen
eral to tho front, and I'd step out
(another littlo toss or curia auu
switching of Bkirts) and say just
pleasantly: 'Howdy, general? Wont
you walk right in, you and your
men (Aleck almost fell oif from the
stop here) and have some of our nice
cool spring water and somo nice
fried chicken and somo nice"
'Yes," laughed Aleck, "that would
certainly savo mother's houso, Pat-
"It always has saved it," retorted
Patty. "Politeness I mean. Just let
me finish. The Union general would
eat up everything ho could get, or
course, but after that he'd pass right
on. That's what I shall do this after
noon if the Federals come." Aleck
ww Short and stout and looked
much younger than he was. Sinn,
tall Patty leaned confidingly against
himasBhe pursued her plan 'Ul
course they won't come, but mebbe
they will. You can see from the
creek all ways for fivo miles, and
then we should know ana oe re
I'll tell you how you can do ,
Aleck, and be eafe. You know Aun
Janois ehort and fat, like you. and
always goes down every day after
her tubsof water. Now, I'll dress you
in hfir clothes. VOUCWIW')"
email washtub on your head just as
well as unybody, and then u j ui
soldiers coming you can como 1
nA n mn " Tho armies didn t
well as unybody, and then you
and tell mo." Tho armies
rv off onioreti neomo.
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Aleck thougut wis wuu
mighty fine plan for an wnemu
ndothy ran together.
... i m nivpniuro.
had suddenly blown off, there could
not havo been more noise, and Jane
a jolly old soul, lent herself willing
ly to "littlo nv -ay's fun." Prancing
skipping, running, they all fled back
and forth from Aunt Jano's quar
ters to Patty's own room for tho
proper disguises, and there were
shouts of laughter and screams of
delight as the "double" of Aunt Jane
waB walked out throjgh the kitchen
door by Patty.
"Your own mother wouldn't know
you for a boy, much less the Yan
kees, "said tho genuine "Aunt Jano."
Tho short, stout colored woman in
calico skirt and sack and tho pink
sunbonnot that tho old house Rarv.
ant habitually wore over her turban
when the sun was hot, with a wash
tub balanced well on . her head,
walked away briskly toward tho
creek. A breeao waved the cape of
the bonnet, and tho long steps
switched she skirts a good deal, but
"it was a very good Aunt Jano" in
deed. Patty felt assured. She felt a
littlo perturbed, however, as she left
the disguised little fellow at tho turn
in tho road and came back and
climbed to the gatepost to watch
him still further. Tho womanly lit
tlo thing-was in the habit of "keep
ing an eye" on the fat little elder
The shadows grow very long, and
the sun went down behind the man
or house trees, and littlo Patty in a
clean white gown and blue sash, her
best yellow shoes and silk stockings,
stood out at tho big gate waiting tho
coming of her mother and perhaps
of tho Union army. She strained her
eyes down tho road for "Aunt Jane."
She had not expected Aleck to be
gone moro than an hour at tho most.
But nobody came. Supper was all
laid in the cheery dining room, and
sho grow moro and more anxious.
Sho could not bo certain that her
mother would como at all that night,
nor of the appearance of tho soldiers,
but the jolly littlo "Aunt Jane" was
certainly long overdue.
"I am sorry I lot Aleck go," she
sighed repentantly. "I do wish I
hadn't dressed him up. Tho soldiers
may havo como and taken him right
away as a spy, especially as ho is, a
rebel major's son, though I shouldn't
think men would do any such cruel
thing," and swallowing down a 6ob
the major's daughter started out
down the road bareheaded. Ho cer
tainly would appear a spy, all
dressed in women's clothes, and now
as to tho missing "Aunt Jano." She
had stepped off quite lively, her
washtub on her head, as sho made
her way to the creek. Once there,
seeing nothing and having nothing,
she 6at down to rest a bit. She
pushed off the "hateful old sunbon-
net," stuck out her dusty shoes from
under the "floppy old skirt" and
said, not at all patiently: "Petti
coats I Oh, how I'd hato to be a girl 1"
The next minute sho was fast
asleep under the old oak.
Just at dark a strange tremor of
her own fat littlo body, a strong
sense of tho stirring of the ground
under him, woke "Aunt Jane." She
sat up wide awake, her ears full of
tho sound of riders and horses. It
was Bunaown. ino was a great
clatter and tramping, and away up
tho east hill the flash of red sunset
light on metal trappings.
"Jiminyl" tho washerwoman ex
claimed. "By cracky 1 Patty's Yank'B
Down went tho small bucket into
tho creek, as fast as possible, until
tho tub was half filled, and then rais
ing tho burden to tho sunbonneted
head the poor littlo pseudo negro
started off, trusting to tho disguise
The water slopped over and ran
down in small rivulets on "Aunt
Jane's" back, but the sturdy littlo fig
uro went along at a dog trot, giving
just one slight jump as a man's
voico called eut:
"Hello, thore, aunty 1"
"I say, auntyl wnats your mu-
But tho "aunty" plodded along,
rather gaining on tho pair of horse
men coming up uemuu m.-.
water was splashing wildly over the
side of the tub, and tho pink sunbon
. .na fwlrin. but nothing at all to
tho wet state of tho perspiring face
inside. . , ,,
a,i v tbo whole air was full
of clatter and clank, and then there
was a great flashing of gilt right m
front of poor "Aunt Janos eyes.
Cavalry to the right of her and cav
alry to tho left of her 1
"I pay, old woman, what is your
rush? Can't you stop long enough
tell us tue way w "
other? we are uu w
affirmation. Whero does
live? We don't warn.
: i. win .iiist lead uawa ww.
onorchickencoop. can't you? Come,
I say, what did we freo you for?
& deaf and dumb, prob
ably. Leave her to mo." said an
other voice. ,,, Limned
TiiHcolonei oi iuu jcg.u. v.
i,w horae aud now ho came up
0ff,i hL liand on the old worn-
nd la.,d KJ' "tv here, aunty,"
on'tf KUOUlUU- -- - , ,,
h0 said kindly, "these mon
want to barm juu.
With tho touch
firm hand on her .boulder the
o the flnnburi on a .
of tae 2, i!Tnd shook convulsively;
iw . .... at mbieu as " "
a itnnVBUUiuu"" . ..
- ui--- .. hair under w
- . a gaw. - tlht 0a feu
a rfiip: uau " . . rm irA
over tno colonel's umrorm, and "Aunt
Jane" took toher heels like lightning;
She gathered the calico gown in
both hands up to her waist and m
ono minutowas out of fight. Th."
horses jumped. Shrieks and yells
of laughter went up from a dozen
men. Tho tub went spinning rounC
and round at their horses' feet, and
tho water ran serenely down the
The colonel wiped off tho wrtc.
and remounted his horse. "Thu
boy must bo looked after," said ho
"Ho has a future."
They kept on slowly, and soon the
great Curti3 manor camo in sight
The long avenuo of trees looked coo
and refreshing to tho heated men
The colonel rode out little ahead and
led the way toward tho mansion.
"Howdy? Howdy, sir?"
A sweet, cloar voico just in front
of him halted tho officer. Looking
down ho saw a slim, fair littlo girl
standing before his horse. Her bright
curls tossed and tumbled and shone
liko a cap of gold on her head. The
fearless, daring innocence of her
blue eyes brought him to a full stop,
and ho halted tho troop by a wave
of his hand.
As hereined in he'touched hishat.
"And 'howdy' to you, littlo miss. I
am very glad to see you. Where are
you going bareheaded?"
"Nowhere, sir. I live right up
there in that house. Won't you stop
and como in?"
"But you wero going tho othor
way, away from the house," said tho
'Yes, sir, I was going down to
ward tho creek." Patty was dying
to ask if tho troop had mot a littlo,
fat colored woman.
"Do you mean tho stream about a
mile from here, my littlo girl?" and
in spite of himself tho officer laughed
as he spoke.
Patty suspected at once. Sho folt
cold chillsof mingled fear and morti
fication creep over her. And tho
officer who had ridden up spoko just
hero, "Do your servants got down
there to wash?"
At this Patty's small . head wbb
soro perplexed. Sho was not quite
certain what answer it was best to
make. Sho colored, gazed at the
speaker, and then tears welled up
into her eyes.
Tho colonel frowned at tho officer,
sprang from his horse, throw tho
bridle rein ovor his arm and walked
"Tell me," ho said, "and don't bo
afraid of us. Aro you in troublo at
homo, or wero you really only stroll
ing down to the creek?"
Patty glanced up at him, then all
around tho landscape in tho gather
ing twilight, there was nowhoro any
6ight or sound of her poor little
"Aunt Jano." Sho raised herself on
tiptoe and put hor6oft littlo hands
about tho colonel's neck and int a
whisper asked, "Did you bco any
thing of an old colored woman with
a washtub on her head down by tllo
creek or coining up this way?"
If it hadn't been for tho pretty, in
nocent face and tho touch of her lit
tie fingers on his brown burned nock
and face, his dignity would havo
been hard to preserve.
He held her hand in his own and
walked along. "Yes let me see,"
bo began, reflecting. "Sho had on a'
"Sho did I She's tho very onel"
"And a calico dress," went on tho
officer, "and sho was rather short f"
"Yes, yes," cried Patty, "and vary
"Was sho?" said the oolonol.
"Well, you see, after tho accident I
didn't havo tho chance to observe
her as I otherwiso might havo done."
"Tho accident?" gasped Patty.
"Oh, what accident? Whero is ho
now? Oh, oh I" and Patty was no
longer a heroine
At a quiet signal tho officers 'and
men redo on, but tho colonol tied his
horse to a tree by tho roadside, Bet
the troubled, sobbing little girl down
on tho grass beside him, and then
and there they exchanged confi
dences. . .
Many a long day or Bbarp uguting,
hard marching and weary 6oldiering
was brightened for the colonel by
the memory of tho golden haired
child and the night spent in tho cool,
red Virginia manor houso. For Pat
ty ended by "inviting him in" as she
had planned, whero in her mother's
absence sho presided at tho uupper
table with childish grace. But he
did not meet Aleck for many years
after-six years it was perhaps.
Then he came riding up the avenue
aKain to see Patty. Patty was 18
then and very dazzling in color, her
crown of gold making her look even
taller than she really was, "with all
the knots and pins anu ruym uu
which sot bo well above her girlish
ta?n Colonel Hooper's handsome
home in New York city there is
wealth and beauty and joy, and
there is great merriment, too, when
ever tho young wife's stately brother
makes hLnPual visit "the hero of
Se imbtub. to whom I am todob ted
for my Utile nll swirtfaewt, the
old officer often laughingly y. in
Seducing him-Margaret Spencer
In St. Iua tapuM0-
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Tho 12th of August is all ver well
in tho game laws, but you can buy
any amount of grousoon thatdato
if you can afford to pay for it, says
Harry Furniss. Indeed I once heard
of an old lady who bought somo on
tho 11th and in tho street too. Sho
met a secondhand dealer who traded
in everything from mansions to
mousotraps. "Oh, Mr. Levy, I was
not aware that you Bold gome.
What a beautiful brace of grouso
you havo in your handl" "Yes,
madam, I sell ovorything oven my
customers sometimes. I should not
like it to bo known that I was selling:
grouso boforo tho 12th, but if youi
don't mind tho price you can have)
them." "I would pay a guinea each'
for them," sho replied. "It is my1
husband's birthday, and if there is1
ono thing ho likes moro than on'
other it-is grouse." "They aro yours,
then, at that prico." I had this story1
from Mr. Levy himself. ' 'But whord
did you got them?" I asked. "At ari
auction fivo minutes before. Tbd
auctioneer broko tho glass caso by
accident, and as I had bought a lol
of rubbish ho made mo a present of
tho birds that wero inside it they
were Btuffed. San Francisco Ar
Early Idena of Electric Llghtlac.
The great possibilities of electricity
for purposes of illumination seem to
havo dawned in prophecy upon the
minds of olectricians of tho earlier
part of tho oontury. Mr. Richard Ji
Bloxham, manager of the Western
Union Tolograph company in this
city, has a penchant for collecting
old books. Recently ho secured a
bound volumo of tho New York Mil
ror and Ladies' Literary Gazotto of
1823, ond in tho number of Aug. 2 of
that year found tho following parti
"Professor Meiuach of Hallo has
just succeeded in producing n bril
liant illumination by means of elec
tric light, with tho aid of artificial
air inclosed in glass tubes. As tho
electric sparks propagate themselves
to infinity tho professor thinks it
will bo possible to light up a whole
city with a single electrifying ma
chine, and nt a very trifling oxponso
by the adoption of valuable improve
ments of tho apparatus whioh he has
This statement, mado in the time
of tho venorablo tallow candle, seems
almost to rofloct the light of prophecy.
Ton In llrlcki.
Tho export of brick tea from China
to Russia overland is considerable.
A now form, tunned tablet tea, has
been introduced of lato years. It is
made of tho' finer kinds of tea dust
compressed into small cakes liko tho
well known chocolato mouior cakes.
Ovor 1,000,000 pounds of this article
wero exported from China last year.
Chicago Herald. .
CMldrcn of Sir. and Mr. M. M. SolleT
Both Had Eczema
In Its Worst Form
After ThysiclanB Failed, JTood'a
Barsaparilla Perfectly Cured.
Great mental agony is endured by
parents who Bee their children suffering
from diseases caused by impure blodd,
and for which there seems no cure.
This is turned to joy when Hood's Sar
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foul humors from the blood, and re
stores the diseased skin to fresh,
healthy brightness. Read this:
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"We think Hood's Hanaparllla Is thetnoU
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and skin illaeascs. Our two children offered
terribly with tho
Worst Form of Eczoma
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or even In Klvlnc them ft littlo relief. At
lait wo tried Hood's Kanaimrtlla and In a
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It la said by it Chicago literary man
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Mr. Howells could bo induced to go to
Chicago to live, That city uppenra to be
very much In oarnest in its intention to
become tho literary conter, oven if it hub
to make advances to eastern literary
men. But then Mr. Howells m born
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whoso clumsiness sho attributes a broken
leg, wins her caso dancing orders hero
after will havo to bo furnished with u
blank form to bo signed by tho lady,
holding her partner harmless in caso of
accident. Boston Transcript.
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tail. VI.IIIBIC Ui ,Urur jordUlly Invite
?ai'al )w jj.tl. ttowiirttrpt
PtuirWiriON lMKjr. NO. 7 A.O.U. W
Ueleln their lll In MUta Ineurauo
.Ul.dpg,.v.ry W-jr-gfi-Jj w
1, A. KLVyOOO. Beoorder.
It split at the ends? Mas it a i
Docs It fall out when cdrnbed or i
of dandruff ? Docs your scalp Itch ?'
dlseaMi ot tbe hair and acalp led to tha dlicor. i
8koqkum"contalnaneltbermlnera!(nore4la. It i
J. L, BENNETT & SON.
P. O. Bloolc.
Only a oenta a day delivered at
The House Mover.
451 Marion Street.
lias tho beat facilities lor lunvW aid rah.
Ine houaoa. Leave orders at rnv limn., or
address Hnlom, Oregon.
From TermiDal or Interior Points the
1 1 the line to take
To all Points East and South,
It la the dining car route, lining through'
vestibule tralua, every day In tho year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No ohauge oftmra.)
Composed of dlnlngrara nnam-puued,
lMllman drawing room elxepert
Of latent etjulpmeni
Doat that oan be oooitructed and In which
acoommodatUn aro both tree and fur
nished for holder! of Brat aud aeoondlaai
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Aoontlnuoca line oonneotlng with all
lines, aitordlng dlreot and uninterrupted
1'nllman 1 r 'rw 0na can be'ae
cured In advtii'f Jo" any agent of
Through tlokeU to and from all point!
In America, England and Kurope oan bt
purchased al any tlckot office of tills com
pany. Kull Information concerning rales, time
of trnlns.rotiUsandotberrteUtll furnished
on application to any agent or
A. D. OHAULTON.
Aiwlstant Cleneral Pauenkrr Acnt fr,
121 First ilreel, oor. Waahlnglon; Vort-
Shaw & Downino, AKt-nti.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
1 DAYS to
Hours ttl0 (,u,ckost t0 ci,ca6 and
llOUrS u'c'er t0 mh& and Kan-
riirough Pullman and Tourltt Sle.pcn, Tree
Reclining Chair Can, Dining Cartt
yorratea and general Information call ou
W. H. llUIlLUOItT. AMI. . I'. A
iM Waahlugum Bt C'orJd
l'taTi n n.n.ii
RheMimtfm; - .,
im woKf mo
Wkth LuHUuuhi aUlaHMaaaMI
XalerFa4atrM latwiimili I
Will wra vltlnl kMm ail
trt-i UuUaa ot uala Mrtt tw-
muoa, ta ttiiwi o wiy.
mum ara, HHMsft- an
( jnl 111 UUi, at.
llWIimfc mUmUWi WWW '
aikaa m a.
vt km aian hns of aw at. IM
titLmm mmILi fctoiiJu. irffa KuaMi)
U tmmmuAt U tti aj '? " afata. ,
Of rrMal tMMme I
ar Inl Uw .
To. J7rtra Mre4 1
miWWw m. fir VyV aliiH
On ttctcv System,'.
TO CONSUMER8 .1
Tho batm 'Light and Power Company ftt
grout Hipeniu iinve equipped their KUctn
Llchl plant with the m wl modtro ppitraMM
Mild uitf now hlo In nfTer llm nuhltn a rf r
lie tit than any ytem and at a rate lower
lliuuuuy city on tuoco&at.
Arc aud Incandescent Ligkt
iug. Electric Motors ler all
purposes liero power is re
lle-l'onreacanba wired for as many light
as denlred and the ixniaumera pity for orly
noli IIbIiU iih nn ued. This being regUteiM
by an iilfccirio Motor. Offloe
179 Commercial St,
HUNT, ihe North Saem Batcher.
8-tys he ln not soM oat hot
imply tnnvtd lit thop lo tbe
old Btatd at Liberty street
ll.u ill McKtllop,
Steam Wood Saw
8U Bnlera lw
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD GO
E. W.IIADLEY, Receiver.
.SEaOltTLirtU to GALSFORNM
CCEAN STEAMER FAILINGS, ,
a B. WILLAMETTK VABLKY,
Leaves San Kionctico, Nov. 6th, Hlh and. ISrd
Leaves Ynqulnn, Nov. Dth,lUtI),nnd2ath.
F6r freight and parsenger rate apply toaay
ucenl or purser of this company.
It. K. v ULOAUYae'l8ut.
O.T.WAIUJIAW.T K.& P. A. . .
a. M. 1'OWElta, Agent; 8atesf tMeV.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
(Northern Pacific It. Ft Co,, Lome.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Dally.
1 . Ashland, a
Tlckots sold and baggage chocked through
lo nil points In the United tHateaaa A CaMtds.
Close connection made In Chicago with all
trains going ICunt and Month.
Kor full Information apply to your aeareat
ticket agent or JAS. O. rmm.
Uun. l'aaa.nudTkt,AkU,Chlco, 111
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
1 Southern Pacific Company,
CAltrOHMIA XXI'UKBK niAIN-HUH BAILV M
TWKKH I'OhTI.AWUAMDII. IT,
.'I 6-Jk.M ii
Above tralnH stop at all ttio ftoaa
Portland to Albany Inclusive; also at Tangent
Hhedd, lialsey, llarrlsburg, Junction City,
Irving, Kurene and all stations from Kowbu r
to Ashland lacluslvo.
itoakutfita MAlr. HAit.r.
MM a. in.
tiov m jag
Dining ra r QfidGik Mmt
i'ullman mm zimm
mi.nni nruiMaiM .
Second Class Sleeping Cars y
Attached to all through train.
Vest Side DiYisieTBetwe PeiiUul
PAII.Y- (EICKIT BUMPAVI.
116 p. m.
l:te .m, .
Al Albauv. and Corvnllta COSRMt
trains offlrmou I'aninollallroad.
kxrHKhtttUAiH iixii.v an'kt-rauwtiAV
Iri'lp. inTiLV. i'ortTandr.
I Mi a. am
1m p. n. I Ar. MnMlnnvllla lv,
To allrtolntaln Ihe K.trn Htatas. Canada ,'
,uid Kutupn can bo obtained at lowest rata j..
lrim W. W. eKIN.NKK, Ageat, raka, T
aml ii. r. ana -,
II KflRM I.Kit. Manster
It. I- UVUVLJP
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It 8bw, llwr II iM M m mm,
1m mnJfmt i9mm ,prrM mmmm mmWrnW
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