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INSISTED ON HIS RICHT3.
MIM-Mannered I'iirnrr IfrnnnJtil a
hell IS?rire talvlug Ml TirkaL
A ucht-boiitvt train had just pulled
otitof the t'uioti htatiuii at Albany,
hay liu Kxprcss. and the conductor
was harvesting ticket. All the ,'i-ats
With LlioMI U!ld hi-Fcral OtSSi'll '.'ITS
. 1 1.. in i mi tnimi r Urn i
U'.tcr wa a diill leiit-Icokin r, mdd
mannered man, who, miu-li to I ha con
ductor harprise, refused to tr'ivv up a
t "r-;,. i.
"When i get a fccatyon get a ticket."
h- rcciarhcd mildly hut firmly; "you
,ire piobably awaro that the company
cannot collect fan; from pas'-ieiigerii
whom it !') not provide with m ats."
'"Oil, co'ue now, that don't go; 1
want your tielici, ':'!'' 'i'liu ,poWo
the "ifilu''!or.ifi n torn that indicated
'bathe believed he would intimidate
Uu mild-mannered man.
"No wat, no ticket," laconically
observed thu latter,
"WV11 .;! about that," growled the
eoniiuetor, u!i tem becoming joit
win ill in tho ri'l'tolt lit tl r.ij.ur.
"I would if I ,fio you," remarked
!( paiM-fig,;!, ntl 1 wiihily, f j i 1 i t,'
Tien the conlnrtor liu-itlcd abound
and found a brother coi'dm-ior who
w going up the roid away, whom he
iulriccd to C(trj n; bin Miat ii tins
mildly firm jmvjg -r,
"'iln-f'n at foe you; now give
in! that !;I ,t," iiid I'm conductor in
u fcrocioti I tun,
"Certainly, h-r it !,"
And tloj tn'M hot linn pavicngcr
liau'f 'd oiit a pt. jo id to i'UU-x.
A ( Kf hl-r MiUh hlmwi Hut
i,if'il A jf"riii' Ar.
A 'Jim I iory uliowiojf How appear
(inef arc fcoiiitiifM dcci'itfiil evues
fruri Iii"fa, At u cert'ilii famoiii
rn.f4iir.ilit in HI. IV t rsbiir;; hOiiie
ivhat !ao lyi'di oJIi'i'r of lhe imperial
)l.r-e i?mr J.itdriaUig clr.mipio;m.
Not far from llieni witau iniiiuilieunt
little ia v-'itli ;i bhabby nit I an mi
iieinpf frt-ard, and a tui j( liuor in
,'l'Ollt lit Willi,
It wai. not Jony befori 1m becawe
u tvurt' f bat be wnt beinif riIiciji -d Ijy
tl.f ui'.U'vrx I'y th by, at flic be
ea,o' iio;- und u.oiv otf iiriv-' in fhclr
i''fiifr(Mfi Ii; ji!roii;iI u.p;ear;iiiec,
el",, b" tailed for lie wait rand haid:
"li'All;! u'l botllei of your be;t
i i aiiipa;;fi"!"
I be wait'-'f Instated,
"Oil you not lofar what I aid'"
aId the liltlii m:( J'ii waiter
t4',;'dUl ljf'Mttttd, but olcyu 1 illbtlllltly
at tins jM.'r'iiiplry repi-t tiou of thu
nrdT. "A iUh-a of ap" wiu tin
M-Kt iitilvr. It v.i brought, "A
low V," Tb waiter Iian bl ii mm o)i,
' .'ow, t'lmu the bottie;.!" Tim waiter
Tfi' Iitf.lt man now filled the ba .lu
WCb tli Co)i!eti of the i boltk'n;.
rolled il lii itb'yun, wa.hed biunelf
ia fb! en tly fluid, wjped Ms baiidw, I
.;V1 it I on roubl" ' note on life "tabic,
and, i-AhViff, u look of Hitbcring con
tempt on t!ic urttccm, fcfrutUi'l out of
Sn( lu-r mivI Jo' i.
'lift proiii'tion of Lord Wolsuley to
l a held lliaiiih;il utteiicli uverv n'urlv '
age U hi r'My tb rl un toward i
an arrangem. ot whl.di tlw court na
fur t.tmyt lisiK b'.'cii flnioiisy t-D'hiiV'
in ing Ui carry out, UMhiit tin next
f.v moot Ii Do' diik.' of CnuUvhl sts is
to resign hi iy)1b;n m cotiininmlcr in
idiM-f, and loi will bn fciicc.'cdt-d there- ! ul,l" tl-trlk" 0,it ,;lal,B0 ln " (;(J
n by Lord Wolwlcy. who i, to bold j filiation which keeps the union out of
(bat tt fur liv year, after which
In' will Ik replaced by th luku wf
oiiaught, wloo ajp ointment U ji
fende I lo Ui (i?riiUieMt Lord JEob
rS 'it U tit'!f.ni!' Lord Wolsidey ut
I'liblin. It will certainly be funny If
thi wioiiiti,iu j soci'i f,-fully
bi'inclii-d i Itr n liberal government.
'! bcr U a ciiHtiiui praeticc I In
Northern China of Uhiiiif hot water
every iMmlij t wadi t;i fa. n au l
b.ind. Alec, woiicu and children
mii.'t ba a bfoiin of clean, hot w:iter
ivhi'it they gt up or lu-for? th'y cat
fbeir breukfjut, in which to b.ithq
fect und hand at lei ft. liven beg
g.rii bay. Lot wati.r, or ikiiia ftt
(ill, ;4.aorci imt affect ftie cuitoni.
In Miiuiii'-r, nhnii on woul l IhinU a
i-i.'d .:i'i would b'. gr.itefu!, hot
walcr 1 ic d all the naiuc. No hub
Konld in lit hi gucil by ortVriii f
cold water ti waj in, Tim w.t.-r is
:ilmi't i caldin b it, an 1 tiio towel
ir wipin.f Ilrnt us.' I iix ti wjsh-ra.f.
!rkl'l( llix S.i liolitl.
It is iclat-fd fhat it oiich fi- t(j mi
S i. l.Min n. an to hrcnk tlui neW'i to
.1 n t.iiian that her lnib:tnd bad
ifii kill" I Oo j -ii know," bn
.id, ralliiiut tier liniiki. ''(lint with
mii light lulr .ind pretty e.iinile vino
iki ,niild brc ili cely IhmiI in I iv II
if Ji.il ilie..el iti ;i widow,'' .sjiu
liliilie I and bi i,'M' I. " n I vim art
i.i.r," bit ml b-( ' Yo ir bu-t, uid h ,
,u blown to ntoiii doiii In Oki
boiler w.irl.s. tlcn lUi'l. U mi lie.
I . UI i 1 e.f to ) .il."
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The income of a now cardinal f-r the
first year, 20,000 francs, 1b Fpcnt in feci.
A Orman baa invented an incan
descent lama apparatus for ciiowing
tin; Interior of tollers while filled with
There are at present In China only
1,022 citizens of the I'nited Ktatea.
neurly L&lf of whom are women: aOG
Oreeriland, with its population ct 10,
000, Ib almost entirely ChrUtiariized by
tlu? MoraviaiiB, Luthfraas anil Danibi;
The ai th worm propria hlranelf along j
the ground or through the t-arth by j
meaiiK of bristles projecting from each
ririK of hi body,
A tenement house in Muncle, Ind.,
oeeupled by J, T. HohinBon and Koy i
Hurtt, wan burned. The lire wasj
started by mice gnawing matelicB.
A wi'll en tho Hannoek rescrvailor,
at IJolne, Id-ho, hau bi'en suril; lo Hi
depth of 110 feet and the water in it
in of it (Mfiprraturn of 90 2-5 d-ffrees.
At Oaklru.d, Cal., lat .Sunday bua;
)arn rohhed the eontribiMlon box in a
ehureh, and at Sonora tli'.v broke into
a J;ill and lr-ncd out the .;leriiI'B oin.
With the ei-ptlon of New York the
burn total of the served eonftreKHlonal
year of Iowa memb'Trt l r.reater than
tiiow of thp congressmen of any other
Kelentihtg -!imate that every year a
layer equal to It feet deep of the snr
faee of all oei'ana and other bodies of
water a tal'.en up Into the atinocpln re
There ..re yearly 11,000,000 aerra of j
land Jn .South l-ikuta H'.ihjeet to entry!
under the ho'tH'Hleiid laws. There are J
Rreat jioK.sil.MHUn lu this vart tract of
I. A BO ft NOTES.
I i ii(. have 317,00') In their national
I lU'n York printem pay 1 per e.ent
j of Hi' it erTiilnif';'! to unemployed.
Cijii'jf'i !ii( klayera will Inaugurate
j the G hour day when the present agree
1 merit expires,
I The bra;,Bworkt r IlirottKhoat the
eamitry will make a demand for an
cltfhf -hour d:iy Jn the Kprlng.
''hif'fjo Tjpo;raph;eal L'nion No. 10
lux uflilialed with liie Labor Congrens,
a no Jabor body of that eity. j
i The -lgarnuk.rif' International, unloa
1 iIurli'K the part five yeara ban paid ,
J;!27,!itil.75 to aneiuployed infinbers. j
All the labor bodies of Cincinnati'
liave Indorsed (he movement for free
ttehool bookH and against military train
itn In the schools. 1
I l;urliiKthe month of October the Cer- j
I man typographical unions expended'
for out-of-work benetlts, $i:!3.3.j
for lilck relief, $110 for death beuefitF.i
for traveling benefits, and f 50 for
i aKltatlon purposes.
The rubber works at Bristol, K. I.,
which cloned down recently for on in-
deliaiic pcricd, were started up again
find l.luO employe will return to work,
with orders sufllclent to keep the plant
In operation for some time to come.
Tlie Ixindon Labor Oa.ettc for Oc
tober contains an article on the wages,
of the manual labor classes of tht
Vniu"1 kingdom, In which it. gives the
vTage rate for men at $0.02 per week;
Hoinni, Jp:;.04 ; lads, $2.H, and girls,
An effort Ih being made have the
Jlollennakcrs und Iron-Shipbuilders'
the American l''cderatlon of Labor. It
is belli veil that the effort will prove
Cleveland Journalists arc organizing
a pii'Bij club.
In one year an average of 41,002 ves
sels pass In iind out of Liverpool, while
the daily average is 120 vcrsols.
(?omc flower, ilkc those of the yenst
plant or of the common mold, produce
seeds In a few hours after blooming.
A cannon ball fired from one of the
great Krupp or Armstrong guns travels
ut the fcpc"d of 2.SS7 feet per second.
The following bill Is posted ln large;
letters at the door of a Hriissels theater:
"Moral pl. ceii every Sunday and Thiirs-1
"Teeth extracted. French, Spanish.'
Italian, Orniun and Kiiglish spoken,"
la the announcement In the show case,
of a dentist on upper ,-llxth avenue, New
The thinnest, sheet of Iron ever rolled
has a surface of .'lfty-Ihe ripiare inches j
mid weighs but twenty grains. Ii j
would lake l.tviu such idled lo make ;
I.iji'i' an inch thick.
In Hast Thompson. Conn.. Is a curious j
IkiIUiP, which din rs from l'n nnlmnry j
111 bidiiK inred on the mtsltlc wllhj
w lilfc p iper lns!'"d of et.'phoarda or j
tOiliif ('. j
CAV LTII t ANU OHAVITIKS. j
'Id le are t 1 1 ome thins In if,
Hint mn i b.l.d'iri'.i can l ingh ui, j
HiHIie pi IHiiim ;lt c ulitl lilies lnMUe
(hey i-preri: Ide.i.i. n.h : s be iii.. ,
tli'ie la lut liw In pii'urn It. ;
1 he mi l tl! f -"vivo im for rt Rmit
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FLINGS AT THE FAIR fit'X.
Ho-Do yon think it dvi fle for
people to marry on a small sala?. She
How much do you get? Town jfop'cs.
The only time tvt a womanjfc will,
ing tc take a back ECt la wa it. is
reserved for smokers ia the Etct car,
Cincinnati Enquiror. (
"Emilie. is my wife nearly rady?"
"No h'l'on you will have to w;tit a lit -
tie while. Her maid has minlaidart oi
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the bareness, l' iiegenue im sr.
There's good material for arf actor
In Kofflelgh." "What leads ton to
think t;o?" "He fhed te- f fat his
mother-in-law's funeral." The
"Oh, l do wish the count woi
poBe to me." "Would you accept
No, but I could tell Harry all about
It after we are engaged 1 rooatyn
He What leads yon to call .Mrs. Smi
lax eccentric? She She was telling a
ctory the other night and began it:
"When I wns a girl." Philadelphia
An Oakland footpad with his pistol
duly leveled was simply talked Into
flight by a wom-m whom he had pur
posed to rob. Of course, the hiti vay
man was at a disadvantage. Ho real
ized (lint there was a limit to bis am
munition. San Francisro Examiner.
The story that Moses snubbed Eliza
beth Cady Stanton in her youth, and
to this Is due the ascerbity of the wom
an's autl-bible, is denied in Thebes.
Wife Well, doctor, how is my hus
band now? Doctor Very poorly in
deed; be wants w.t above all things.
I have written out a prescription for
an ophite. Wife And when must I
give Dim the medicine? Doctor -Him?
Tho opiate is for you, madam. Rose
leaf. "I have li'ilf a notion to give up try
ing to be a man," sighed the new wo
man. "What!" shrieked the others.
-mere is no use trying, l nae mace
the most strenuous efforts possible to
ted hair scared to 'tenth when I go into
a dry-goods store, and I ju:,t can't do
It." Indianapolis Journal.
And so you are engage d to Chol'.y
Chubbins," said one girl. "Yes, was
the reply. "How did he cer persuade
you to marry him?" "Oh, he hasn't
persuaded me to marry him. You know
that lovely solitaire ring he had?"
"Yes." "Well, I wanted il. to wear to a
progressive euchre party." Washing
MORE OR LESS HUMOROUS.
"How do you know he married for
money?" "I've seen her." The
Miss Yearsy Do you think a woman
ought to work for her husband? Miss
Quick Yes, till she gets hini.Mcl
She So you're engaged to one of the
Thornton twins? How can you distin
guish the one from the other?j He I
don't try. Tit-Bits. t ...
Rapp - I look upon yo, sir, ifs a ras
cal. Partce You are privileged to
look upon me In any character you de
sire to assume, sir. Texas Siftings.
Mr. I'ersentski Veil, if dat girl
preaks dot grockery any more, deduct
It from her vages. .Mrs. Persentski
Should I scharge a profit on It? Puck.
Frlmd Did you ever write any
jokes? I. (). Yew Well, I should eay!
I sent a note to my tailor this morning
telling him I would settle in a week.
Mr. Mann What makes It so con
foundedly hot. in the house tp-night?
Mrs. Mann I don't know, unless it is
that new coat of paint that they put
on to-day. ISoston Transcript.
"Dearest girl of all," was the way the
letter began. Kight there, so to f.peak,
he queered himself. "Of all," r-he said
softly to herself, "then there are
others!" Indianapolis Journal.
"There goes yo'ing Van Doodle over
there; did you hear that he tried to blow
out his brains when the heiress refused
him?" "No; did he succeed? rhey
don't know." Brooklyn Life.
Hazel -1 have one of the nicest den
tists you ever saw. Nutte In what
way? Hazel Why he pulled nut the
wrong tooth tlie other day anil wouldn't
charge me n ciit for It.- New York
Customer What has become of yo'ir
assistant? Ilarlfr Started for him
s If. He Is tired of working by the
day, I suppose. Cusionier -I thought
you paid him so much per thousand
Oentleman-Fx( ii"e rr.o. riadnm, I
paid hlf-a-cii.wn for admission, but
cannot see anything owing to vour hat.
lndlcnant matei famill'is Sir. I paid
ten times as lunch for my h;;. Lus
The more the rival fvUorir rl to
gether tl nunc they Jnft apart. liar
As n:, th" in .in In i lucr
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thinks ih couifrj i p i,.
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AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE.
Ijiwjrr Irt .liiilj I n'liT wnoil s ( onrt
Krldoiu .Hki-.l fup It.
When .lud'.fe Underwood of Cr.v-,r gd,
had charged the jury it was exoeed
inly dangerous for the defendant's
counsel to ak for aa additional
charffp AYilliain (Henn had bo.Mi do-
fendiiiy a l'f, strapping town boy,
1 who was ehargftd with art assault and
battery upon a smaller boy. The, bi
1 t.'ii ' Kill-
boy bad b-cn imposing upon tho littlo
fellows, and one of them hit him with
a switch and ran. The bitf boy pur
sued hira, threw a stone at him. cut a
j bad ijash ia his head, and laid him up
I for a nvck or two. Thu pr.inl jury
'"unci a true bill, and, after the elos-
lnK hpeeuli oy thu solicitor, tho
! J""" eaar-eo ui law very la.riy, and
charge that counsel desired. Olepn
rose and with some ton; of apprehen
sion, sui.l: '! believe your honor
omitted to charge that self-dfuuso
may justify an assault." "Yet," said
the judge, as lie straightened up
"yes, gentlemen, there is such a law,
and if you believe from the evidence
that this great big. double-jointed,
big-fisted young gentleman was actu
ated l.y fear and self-defense when
be ran aft 'i- that poor, little, puny,
tallow-f;i ,ul boy, and, because ho
couldn't overtake biin, picked up a
rock big enough to knock down a steer
and threw it at hini ao:l knocked him
senseless, then you can find for the
defendant. Any other charges, broth
er Glenn.'" "I believe not," said
HIGH HEELED COOTS.
Tlii')' Hare it iri'iilr !nllinnr ou
lltMlth Hi ii il Mont I'rnpii) 'Mil lk.
It lias been stated thai a young lady
went oiu day to an oculist with
trouble in her eyes which threatened
frightful results. She was already in
a state where reading wa- out of tho
question, and other entertainment
wus fast iH.(,OII, ;. a uirmtMit. Tho
, WAX looked at her wit h his protes
sirmal wi ,doin, nsked her various
. ,fstior.s. Hirn sin'denly umn.cd
her by asking her to put out lier foot.
! The foot, in its kid boot, with a wie'.ed
little high heel, was thrust, forth. The
doctor eyed it a nioui -nl with a stolid
face. ' Ho lioi)i'" he sui I. "and take
ofT those heels. K.-ep thcin o!T for a
month, and then co-.n:! to me again,
and we'll sec bow the eyes tire."
In a month the eyes wcr ! '.veil, and
the young lady learned by her ex
perience and a little wis" talk h v
near she bad come tm having no eyes
at nil. It serves to show that there
is the possibility that with that iu
Ptruuient of tortme constantly at
work in the center of thu foot, where
go many delicate nerves and tendons
lie that are so intimately connected
with all the other delicate nerves of
the body, there must presently como
disarrangements and disease that
may work fatal mischief with the
THE DOC ON CUAFSO.
A Ciiiilun Mrmlicr of tlm l'lutolllra Do
purtinrut. One of the postofllcc officials of Hus
ton is the owner of a bulldog that he.
would not part with under any cir-
cumstanecs. '1 ins dog considers it his
special duty to ride to und from tha
depot and postofllcc on the mail
wagon and keep guard of the mail
sacks. Ho lias followed this custom
for a number of years.
One night, after the unloiding of
the mail car, be f tart.'d to ;: b, as
usual, on the ba'rs on this wagon, but
when the postoflice was reached ho
was nut on board. This was .strange,
for heretofore no temptation Jiad
ever b -cii strong enough to lure him
from his post, 'i'.'i'! sacks were de
livered, and as the man callo I them
over one was found to bo missiny.
The wagon driver hurried b.telv to
look along the streets.
After searching over a goo I part of
the route lie suddenly discovered the
dog silling in the gutter wagg'.r.g his
tail, and evidently i.vcrjove I at b.'ing
recognized. On going up to him th
driver found the dog sitting n;i the
lo .t mail sae',c. lie ha I cvi lently n-y
ticcd it when it feil from tlr- wa ,'on,
and had immediately jumpe I o.T and
btood guard over it.
Ai iricu t.
Asparagus, deservedly a favorite
vegctible, was ex. -nsivcly i ".illivat 'd
by the ancient Unmans, but was not;
introduced into Kngland licfin-c WX
In sonic prts of Kurope the seed, arc
licd as it substitute for emTee, and a
spirituo'iH liipiur i male frum tho
j ripe brrrici
Ap.iratrus is Imth lithic
and its roots were onci
und d:urct ic
ctcnsielv ii ,ed in medieinc. Thn
foung tender sprout i or steins, from
six to ten inches long, are the cdilde
ntirtfc, and tlioso Unit nr. entirely
,.,.,, ri' Om ino.l tender nnd ibdi
cnti. The wlntu u-..ar:t: i is a A
rule., very toiih, the tipHaloii.1 b'ing
e itttlife. In s'niiC old u'cio" bool.s ili
ii'i tiniiH ri given for l-i ing :iurn-;-!hin)i'
fiteir, but lli: is ll t-rent UlU
Like. 'Iwrllt.- or thirly inilitllei U
loll 7 i nnii, Jt to cin k il Mirttceiuly.
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Formerly the Opelt,
WHY IS IT Trie BSST?
It has the lest Location.
It is two blocks from 13. & M., three from F. E. & M. V. and M.
P., and two from Post Office.
It is one block from street car line. Therefore it is easily ac
cessible to all points in thfi city.
The location avoids the noise and Lustie of the main 3treets.
It has nil the modern improvements. It is newly equipped
with modern conveniences.
Special attention to Commercial Men.
Its rates are ia accordance with the times.
It is under the management of an expireuctd host. "
P. L BROWN, Prop.
llnblished Hates $1 and $1.50 per day.
Telephone 105 for the Best
Coal Cheap for CASH
Clark Coal Company,
Fuel Guaranteed as Represented;
ICE, BURR BLOCK. Yard, 19th nndf
BY DAY OR WEEK.
Nicely furnished rooms, from SI to S3 Per Week.
1331 O Streki. Lim'oln', Neb.
We have an Elegant Line of Holiday Neckwear """
(JLOVKS, SUSPENDERS, Ac.
We are Leading CLOTIIIMiS, and TAILORS.
Jtttf CALL and SEE!
Paine, Warfel & Bumstead.
Now old man remember the next
time patronize the
EEST (lliAHES of COAL in the
Mw-ki-t at BOTTOM I'1!ICKS.
1024 O Street,
YardlGth and Y.
l Otficr, 71ft.
Barton Fuel Co.
iale and Boarding Stable.
Tiv Si.dU ZU IVr M.. nth.
15.. S:h1Im5!'J IVr Month.
v iiiiikv a p 1 1 d!y i.f IJ'i.ird'
iiu: l'rintv Itii.
T. lf li'.iiv '.M'.'. lO'.'l I.Slrv t.
H E. MOORE. Prop.
0. P. latr.beitson. 0. 0. S.
I.IM.H Nn t
Iilh.luiitv i f ,.. (' l' !'
(lii ii i cmi.J. r H ' !. K "i't
.; tii,l i. I'.ifi 1 1 ivsi .tt'i hi d
II Mm !
Corner Ninth and Q.
Dr, W. Queen, The Epecil
pain or I
of blood '
QUEEN cures Piles and Til-
mors without piin, knife or lord of
drop or blood; he also cure tatarn
Troat, Lungs, Heart ana JNcrvoiisi
DR. Q'jnKN hn made Hrc5
the Stoiuaeh. Kidney, I.iver, IS r J
Piseascs of Women a fcpvcnJ
th.itv-fivc vcars. lie ha
hearing to the deaf and ightJ
Pit. QlTKI'lNf in the Kpeeialifctl
ooithwcntin the Treat incut anl
of all Chronic and Private A i ll
having lived in Lincoln and l.ui.l
county for thirtv-'our vcars.
Hv applying to Or. ''uecii, th
ricion. vol can get Instant Relief ai
('nn from all I'ain from Khciunativnl
Neural n'a and all Chronic Ailuie
after all medical rcuiedicM linvt fail;
Inttittit i and .Mec'ric Hath llixtiw,
Onion Dlocle.N.K.ror. inthtfrO
ALL ABOUT IT.
An illiiKtriited .Joiiriiitl tell
itt' all nU'iit tin- nrkin'nof
it I.nt: Si'hiNd in h l.ivfc t ity
thul ii nihVitie; M-rinlly i'f
ir iiniliu' I I K liiiiii ia in H
."liort lUtnl, I i i w tiling, tc
Vmi enn't innijiiii' h iinu li
it lil I 1(1 lull 111 (lie H l't
I, hi i f llit- tu l"'l In at
t c I'l tboi,t M l 1'lg it I i.jy.
Ii ,d tn t tnl H fit e
l l.ll,!.uu:il ir, S..'y.
I. no "hi !i-..io 1 1 Colli i:
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