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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1886)
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FRIDAY. JULY 1, 1SSG
The Beautiful Mi. Cliiunhcrlnln.
Miss Chamberlain i. mr.i
oM. ami i.s tin laurlilcr of Mr. William
Chamberlain, of Cl'wJaiil. ).. ami tho
jrniwlclaiighterof Mr. M.ih CiiuuibiT
ki:ii, who na1 omj of J lie ucalthifsl ro
ilcnt.s of that rity. Hit mother was
a Miss Wil-on. aI.oif C'lcxclaiul. Mr-.
Chamberlain owns many loin in lhucity
of Cleveland which were formally 'car.s
jKor rojx;rly, but which four year.-; ao
rofx: Mulilcnly in value ami made lier a
rich woman. Hut Mi- Chamberlain's
xsiliuii as an heire-.i U due to her
grandfather, "old Zclah Chamberlain."
as he i.s knowji. tor many yar.- ho
held in his io-cj-iion Minntota Male
bondd to a larr" amount, on who3 in
tercut the -tale had defaulted. One day
about ten years ago the Minnesota legis
lature resolved to jiay this back intere.-t
to a certain amount. This wan telc
" graphed to Mr. Chamberlain by a
friend, and the latter immediately hired
a .special engine and steamed to .St.
Paul, arriving tln-rc before anj other
bondholder.s. and receiving the full
amount due him.
It war after this littJo cpi-ode and in
the summer of ltfHl that the Chamber
lains decided to spend a .summer in
Newjxjrl, whither they repaired with
their daughter, and there .she made her
debut. She attracted considerable at
tention from her .slight but perfect ly
formed figure, her delicate, pearly com
plexion, her rich brown hair and even,
.small and erfcct mouth, and her nat
uralness of manner and conversation.
Going from Newport to London, she
made a .success at once upon her en
trance there the following season, and
it was not long before it was reported
that the prince of Wales was devoted to
her. Man' exaggerated stories of her
friendship with the prince have .since
been publicly told, but no charge of any
departure from perfect propriety of con
duet has ever been made against her,
dvpite the gauntlet of envious eyes and
tongues she lias constantly been obliged
to run. The story told of her that sho
first called the prince "Jumbo.1 while
amusing is hardly true. :y he had long
been known as "Jummy" among a
certain .set of his associate?, a nickiyiiyo
which the duke of Portland also holds.
This trick or vice is generally the
effect of nervous timidity, resulting
from an excitable temperament. It is
aggravated by improper handling. To
punish a hoie for shing introduces a
new cause of fear. The horse will be
more alarmed and show more tokens of
fear at tiyj prospect of a whipping than
at the imaginary object of danger in
the road. Hence one bad habit is con
tinued by the introcduetion of another.
It is impossible to whip terror out of a
horse or pound courage into one. Kind
Uttss and gentle persuasion are the best
weapons to correct the pernicious habit
f shying. The le.-.i fear exhibited In
die driver, and the less notice taken of
the slrying by using harsh means, the
booncr it will bo given up. A careful,
experienced horcmau can generally
detect an object likely to cause a ner
vous hor.se to .shy, and bv word or
touch will encourage him to pass it un
noticed. When tliis fails, gives him time
to look at the object of fear; pat him
and coax him up to it, then take him
past-it two or three times, till he takes
no notice of it.
When defective sight is the eau-c of
this bad habit it is incurable, and il
the evesiirht is fail in r. thehor-e for
ordinary timing and riding will be
fectlv useless. A mare we knew had
gone miietlvin harness for two or three
years suddenly took lo jumping the
white lone erodings of an ordinary
macadamized street," : if they were
water brooks. In three months she was
stone blind. iSctetitijie, American.
A Tramp's Great Feat.
As the 2$oiuu-bo--
this static- " . , ,
.- ...a nvight train left
,.t iiioday afternoon, a mini-oi-r
of our citizens were eye-wit nesse? of
11 s'.-ene that made the blood in their
veins run cold. A tramp was trying to
'beat"' his passage on the train and at
tempted to get on a brakebeam. lie
nus:ed his reckoning and his feet drag
ged on the track between the rails. The
Train was moving about six miles per
hour. To let go was certain death. He
struggled frantically to get his feet on
the "brake-beam, "but failed. Mean
while, the spectators were horrified, ami
many turned their eyes away from the
cene. At last, by an almost superhu
man effort, he got both feet up between
bis hands against the brake-bar of
which he had to hold. and. after swing
ing several times until his body had
0-aTned sufficient momentum, he let go
with" his hands and shot out from un
der the car head first, and landed on
his back on the side of the embank
ment, down which he rolled into a mud
puddle. His face was devoid of color
when he arose, the palms of his hands
were bleeding, and be trembled :i- if
MttTering from a severe chill. His ad
venture and marvelous escajh- aroused
the sympathies of tho-e who witnessed
the knock at "death's door," ami a eol-
lection of several dollais was promptly
taken up and g'r.rn him. He wa a 10
bust young man of about '2b years of
an. and owed hi life to his strength
nd agility. GroVy Ohio) Vcraid.
A Subject Fur Jmlxe Lynch.
A Reading. Pa., telegram savs: City
Supt. of Schools Balliet was informed a
few days ago of a pupil who has just en
tered the public schools here who shows
a remarkable mania for torturing per
sons and animals with fire. His name
"is Rucben Briner, aged 7 years, a scholar
in one of the Ninth ward schools. Tho
teacher can do nothing with him, and
Is compelled to keep him seated on the
platform near her desk, where he once
tried to set her dress on fire. Until re
cently he resided with his parents in
Philadelphia. There, while his parents
were absent, he lit a piece of paper at
the stove and deliberately set tire to the
clothing of his little brother, aged 18
months, whose limbs were burned to a
crisp until he died, while the vouug fiend
enjoyed it, and gleefully told his par
rt" ents what he hau done." He was penned
It" Ji the garret and kept on bread and
in lifetcr for a month, after which he was
.set him- to Reading, as ho expressed an in
1 Of'on to cut his two brothers throat
. , a butcher-knife.
.joviioou continually wants to set tilings on
the (uipta schooland has several times
517 ingvviiwected just iu time to prevent
position thrf.'on of buildings. While his
:ame a confirmed l?ih wJjonThe is now liv-
- 1 1 . .,.; i.". "ome. he caught the
TO ekly. iieevi!i .;Mher(m tlf0 Tcd.
iut iKt in the sense of By ncr to j
:fvr:n this n-spect he watrtielty inuunjet
ccicuU lie would sit
sit fdl of mm.
buy Cliamberlain -Liioitc,
Clioera and Diarrhoea Kerned . it is
positively guaranteed to do all that is
claimed "for it. An attack o bowel
complaint and criyinj: pains are so
often sudden and danerous Uiat no
one can afford to be without a prompt
and certain remedy. Ask your drut;- J
gist for Uhinw'Tiian cone, tuuwni
and Diarrhoea Kemedy. Mnnufacti.red
at Des Moinv. Iowa, and be sure you
yet it. Three size. 25 cts , ;0cL. and
$1.00 bottle.-, told by druguisU--.
.And take CliamberlsMil Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Kemedy. It cures
paiii in the .-tomaeh almost inetantly,
jji'l a '2i cent bottle, take nothing else.
You will need notping elan to cure the
wor.-t ca.-e of diarhoea, choer.i nior
bii or bowel domplainl. This medi
cine is mad' for bowel complaint only,
and ha- been in constant un in the
w-.-t for nearly iifteen years. Its Sliced'.-
has been unbounded and its name
become a household word in thousands
of home. Try it. Fold by druggists.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, .-alt rheum, feyer
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corus, and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures piles or no pay re
quire 1. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
I'ricc 25 cents ;er box. For sale by
The Excitement Not over.
The rush at Ferguson it Co's drug
store still continues on account of per
sons amicieti wun cougns, cuius,
asthma, bronchitis, and consumption
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
or the throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee nnd is giving entire
Satisfaction. It is a standard family
remedy. Price 50c and $1. Trial size
The Impending Danger.
The rescent statistics of tne number
of deaths show that a la.ge majority
die with consumption. This disease
may commence with an appearantly
harmless cough which can be cured
instantly IJy Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, which is guaranteed
to cure and relievo all cases. Price 50
cents and $1.00 Trial size free. For
sale by Ferguson fc Co.
May I-rank Is a ilark hay, coiiiiiiK elulit jvars
il, nml weighs wlmn In slmw fomlition l.'X)
Hin sire was a thurongh-hrvil linporlril Civile,
nam Krcnrh Cnnaillaii, ami as a stuck getter has
a limitation second to mine.
ThKMS Td iiisiin' S, monov tine when
mares are kmiw 11 to he in foal "Parties must
return mares regulailv. Anv mares isoscil of
will-he In hi to he in foal, ('are will he taken to
Ireent acciilents, hnt I will not he rcsponsihle
-should any occur.
Stamls tor the season of lNi, at my ham in
DrugB, Paints, Oils, Book
at all hours.
I Will Insure Your Hogs !
DB. JOS. HAAS
Hog & Poultry Remedy,
None genuine withoutlthis traile mark.
IS THE ONLY PRACTICAL PRE
VENTATIVE OF THE SO
It has never heen Mirpaseit as an increasor of
lKrk. ami uencjil stem touic. Aiiling diges
tion, stimulating the hilliary organs, iinnenting
torjter ami engorgement of the li er, ami n-cu-laUng
the hone's, it moves ami prevents the wr
matioii of llc:ise, genus. ami uvenes;to the
well hreil hog its natural constitution. Where
It hasNvn fel to such animals m the irecriheil
iniantltU's, anil other directions faithfully ob
seived, it has proved tohn a thorough preven
tative against wine diseases.
AS AN EVIDENCE OF FAITH.
in mv icmedy I make the following oiler:--
I will Insure herds of swine of not less than
one hundred In mmaler against disease, ai a
small fee ter head provided they are fed mv
reniedv under my direction, and prove ujon ex
amination prior to contract that they are in a
healthv condition, nnd are neither in-bred,
cloe lircd 01 the progenyfof sucIl
1. I well forfeit 5100.00 to any breeder whose
offer to examine for Insurance I decline provid
ed he forwards n-mltence to cover my expcncs
to and from location of hoc, or I fall to prove to
the satisfaction of any disinterested party that
failure to respond to tuvitatloii i- i-auel uy
pi lor enc.iuemcnt or by matters of at least tiual
i 1 will forfeit $: tf I decline upon exam
ination to insure Mich herds. If my judgment as
to their cot dltton of health Is overborn; by the
result of an examination made by at lea-t two
pre-jierlr qualified and graduated veterinary sur
inxns. Facts are Better Than Assertions
rieasf read ihe following assertions:
GinsoNTOX. I. U., Feb, 2nd., 15S5.
Dr. .los. Haas.
DkakSib: AlKiut a year ago our herd here
numbered atout 2.T0O head. Disease broKe out
and no reniedv we had would arret the trouble
Our loses were heavy, and we had to give up
teedlni: entirelv for about two months. We then
heard of vour remedy, and thought-a trial lot,
and began feeding again. We have uel it con
stantlv ever since. . a aive niuce April last
received about 5.000 head ot hcys Into our herd
and have tot had a single death from 5ine
disease. J his is our exjwienc. Our opinion
isthatthercmedv has prevented disease and
we would not think of being without it. As aa
aid in fattening pork, we believe it to be gtKHt
On this point, however, we have not made au ac
tial test, as we would not risk feeding a pen ot
hogs 1i!ynt the remedy.
Yours very trulv.
Whitk & Co.
rx.B. White & Co., uce writinc Ib abov
Jettea have purchased 373 worth of xfce renieai." J
The remetly can be procured at
C. L. (Jotting, Red Cloud.
rrices 2-50.; Si.25 and 50 cts ierpackaie.
2Mb. cans fli.
Jos. Haas. V. S. Member cf Indiana
I6tate Veterinary Medical Agtociation,
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HORSE AND CUTTLE !
TJIE ONLY A UTHOKIZEI)
LIVE STOCK INSUR
ANT' E COMPANY
IN TH ESTATE.
Insures horses at the age of from 3
to II year.-; mules from 3 to 17 years,
Stallions and Jacks from 3 to S years,
and cattle from 2 to 11 agau.si loa
caused by D'wjw, Injury Acridmt, lire,
Liyhtniny or Thrft, for not les than one
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for the
market, wnich can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
good anywheio in the atato of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of lo-s by
Fire and Lightning ot Fire Insurance
companies is limited to the premise"
of the assured ? and perhaps i Small
radius beyond.' The advantages and
benefits which this company oilers to
farmers and o.vners of stock generally
are so plain and apparent that it is
hardly necessary to call attention to
l-i3 ' ' ' - 1
Reasons Wh; ts Insure.
Because it is the only Live Stock In
sura.ice company authorized by tho
laws of this state to do business in this
Because it is a Home Company, or
ganized with homo capital; the money
oaid to the company is kent in the
state, and is paid out for losses to the
citizens ut the state; il all remains in
Because it is a reliable institution,
whose stockholders, directors and offi
cers, are among the wealthiest and
most nrominent business men in the
Because its manner of adjusting and
paying losses are ahvavs in harmony
with the principals of strici justice
Because you cannot n fibril to bo
without insurance on your live stock
ny more than on your house and barn.
If you .ire well off you can loose
nothing by insuring if you are poor
and cannot afford to loose any of vour
stock, it would be criminal negligence
not to insure.
Because should you wish to borrow
money and oiler as security your "
the security will bo inor -" "c
you can obtain ..mple, and
and at a '"- .uey more readily,
""- ,er intere.-t, if that slock is
.,eiel lv a policy
Because wc insure .-tocfc
In accident. di'in.e or theft.
Hccauso we insure stuck against
by fire or liyhtniny.
Because no other insurance com
pany can nive you ihe tame kind of
I'ecause a paid up capital ol $100000
and a constantly mereaaini; surplus
fund rniders it safe and solid against
any emergency that may arise.
Because its popularity among farm
ers and stock owners is attted by the
fact that there are now written and in
force over 15,000 policies.
Applications will be receiied by,
A. J.Tomlinson, Agent,
Red Oloud. Neb.
Cor. mtt SWEETard CAPITOL AYE.
FOR THE TREATMENT OK Al.li
CHROMIC AND SUMICAL DISEASES.
ASS XA XCTACTOXT OF
BRACES AND APPLIANCES FOR DEFOfHHTlES,
TRUSSES. AND ELECTRIC BATTERIES.
Wo have the facilities, apparatc and remedlo far
the iucc9ful treatment of very form of cJIee
requiring either medical or nrs1cal treatment, ami
tavtte all to corn and Invej time for thcmclT or
corrcpoad with u. Ixjnit experience In treating
cae by letter enable u to treat cacj ca,e
K-lentidcallr without refine thcni.
WHITE FOR CIKCDLAB en deformities and
Brace. Club Feet. CnrTatnre of the spine. DIS
EASES OF WOMEN. Pile. Tumor. Cancers.
Epilepy. KMny. ly. r. Skin, BIob.1 acd" all
BATTEBIW, ITTHALCKA. BKACCS,
T? an1 " ,,n1 ot Mllcal and Surgical
Appllanc, manufactured and for aale.
Thecal, reliable MHical Institute akin
whaterer cau produojd. uccefally iratsj.
We ca& resiOTe SyphlUUc polaoa froa the system
Jew mtoratlra traataaent for Ioj of ntal power
ALL, COMMUNICATIONS OOSHDENTULV Call
nd consult u or aead name and pou.fSce asldreia
-plainly written enclose ttaaap, aotl we will lead
you. la plain wrapper, our
PRIVATE CIRCULAR TO MEN
C2JclJ-yX.ATJ?-.SPECiAI' A?fn M5RVOCS DIS
EA? SEMtXAb WEAKNESS. SPER5IATOK
RHflBA. 1MPOTKNCT. SYPHILIS. fiOSOURlHEA.
UFJirrAy2CJKL'Kl.STBICTCRK- AND ALL
P1SEASSS O? TS1! GEXITO.UR1NART ORGANS
ww hutory oFyoar caw for n opinion.
Eersocs enable to rtmli ua say te Ueatd at their
fcome. hy coneavcadenra. MMiHce and Instrr.
Sai3t by mail or expraaa SECCRELT PACi:.
SKtES14 OMJWVATION. norSartow Indicia
cpntcsu or tadr. Oa peraoeal latemew preferred
I f conrenienc. Fifty roosa for tae aceoauaodaaoa
of patient. Board and attendance at raaaoeaMa
Notice Is hcrer.v riven that I wffl wimrw
persnos who saav desire to oer thenuelres
?ir Jj5'o'tejcber of the connoa scho
uira 4mnuyoteach MBth. ErAClnui
j .. x '. ?"J2
Great Reductionin Prices
WE SELL CHE3PEA
( fl lot of white goods, hamburgs. hosiery, etc. !
I sold cheaper than ever or elsewhere.
Please give us a call before buying.
Geo. O. Zeiser & Co.,
Red Cloud - Nebraska
30 OOO aeros Land for SrJo. Irapr-jvod Fnnns, unimproved Land.
Corrospondonco invited! aS Housos' Bo"",MM' nnd Tow" Lot8
The Fourth Avenue Hotel !
Cor. Cedar St. a tut Fourth Avenue.
llU VI.OL1K - . XM2MUIAHKA.
One block wvst of the liberty pole. Xv,v house, new furni
ture. The most convenient location in tlu city.
Board by the
Pleasant moms w ith Kyi
vent!!. ttlon. Tatl- s,ih-i,.ji w,th the
roL'.s 1 i:v iai ito.v.vi.K ou 1 n:u.
i hik I Fails k at
In and around Red Cloud,
THE GATE CITY
Of the great Republican valley. Buy your
homeslwhile property is cheap.
D. B. SPANOGLE.
Roal Estato and Iusutnnco AonL.
Farm Loans Nogotiatod. OfBco over Firat National Dank
City bakery anclRestaurant
A. LAUTERBACH. tROP.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Krwf const.anJJy on haild fr9h broad, cakos, cijjare, tobaccos, canned
fruits, confoctionory, otc. Broad dc'jvorod to any part or U10 city.
Warm and cold moal3 sorvod o'c a hours. Ieo croam and
Tbe z&aa vbo did not buy & Ilockford weUcli.
(Uo sot loit.)
111 z rm 1 1 -xMm-ML xnf s.m t
W ' " "
O. H. Maryatt agent for Rockford watch.
New goods arriving daily. Most complete line of jiwlrv in
Harness Shop, DRJENDERSON.
,, I fc3S r sns Wvi.s-iTrr Lr.. KANSAS CITY. MQ.
J. L. MILLER.
rT.MiNK.-S COLLAR.-. ?APDLEh
wHI PS. COM B? , B R US H ES
and evorythini: unally kept in
A wo doers north of 1st Nat. Bank
RED CLOUD. NEB.
The Write! Miens!
Young Dexter an
And the Celebrateii J;isk
HONEST JOHN !
Will iiu fe the Swnj of Jn. at tht: City Uverj
Stable i Koi Hou.I. Tery day of tfic wee.
YOLXG DKXTF.il-K Lrisbt bay. $
VO pound, and N edr old. He w a Clj-drs
ttaloainl Etlbh Draft, and b a good breeder,
as his coirs will show.
BBB BUBSS Is a coal Waci:. Hftto
1SV pounds, anrt is C jrant old. He Is a Clydes
dale and and a pd uc fe petter.
HONEST JOHN - Welsh ) pounds and Is a
TEkMS-Uobbv hum. I0 to insure. I tof
for the season. Toon Dexter. to tpre : H
for season. Honesx Joha'Il bestow! for in
insure anil 6 for season. Ctre win be ??
nreent accidents, bet I iUBSt be ressosslble
far any tkat may occur. Pero tis wit
Sre before toalias. H1 be gtd e tgggfc
Day or Week !
lust ti.e m.trk, t i-T r-t
bt O&a yiiiO did bay a ttoclfrrd iftXfih.
635 AS03 WM-som Lr.t KANSAS OTY, MO.
0 12 tnClilcasn. AaltorliJ fotrit nil
nal Wi!"j Ixn r hinal tTrmr Ar.
(itAnt ' Ctitv r nvj ff UfVL Otrr
Terr Xj' lojwiriffl'4il So
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n-f'lr' v C tt- f" i' Irfrt .
A EOuJC Ut Uxh iocs L.U4Cl trl v4 1 & m $-
a rornvE mtr. ,r p.nn."M.iTi5c f t-
ct vti'jrn'.tit to otf? Cf tx T- C'MJrtd.iw;
.- v'nidif.t- Oi da ztt. rWlrf fr !
4rf ft '
Or.HenJtrw. 60W3f!!ott St. Kama City.o
C, Schenck !
Cowles, Webster Co.. Neb.
Real Estate 1
Collection Agent. i
Farms ami uuiuipruved lanXl.-
for sale ou the most reas- j Are wlebraU-d for their Ix-auty awl finL-lt. cjii?ck n)Oiui
onable terms. ' purity and volunin of tone, and inwte of Ilk? bet inaU'rial
B-ns located acarUw emter of Webrr coaniaild !V tilt IX2H "WQrCmen lliat tail 1m haL EVt-fV ll1itmil!t1lt
iffi&feSSSSS? T' it fully warranted in all it mU for five yeaw. " Plern rail
ia wifce It U) lUe Istcrct ot tbce
Webster cowtj, to calf oa nc
Will py taxrs, akc coSeetias. aad fural f
absuaets oa reavwable tenm. AH teumeWi
s . OT fJ 1 w -.a. . .r. . f v. ai..
C. SCSENC? Xourr Public
His stock is very large and prices
Also job lot of
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
and tho tlnvnl lino Ot
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. MELTON, &C.
Custom work neatly clone and after tho most
approved fashions cutting and fittinir
a specialty, prices reasonable.
Old Stand EiiHt Side Wcbatur
WHO IS UNACQUAINTf O WITH TMI CCOCAIHV Of THIS COUBTUr, WILL
SCC BY CXAMIMIHC THIS MAP. THAT T HK
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tg&ffib&d-'SSrp't.tt. 1 Jo 1 8i
CHICACO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY
ilvrcwjnfr.'v :i ' m i ', 1 ' 'rrH'.'i. ' i-'j 1 irclr) WnHt rv 1
Vt nt In : a' u I f"- . . - " ..? it t n ' '"t JrntHtttn-; .' -nntAll.nlc
r. that tr.n'-m ' r -r nnnprr tun vKUH Jnviv snj ?
Uu travel ifMl traV bt-r-n ' - .f it- Atir if tstvX 1'iwnru? t h
I9 abo U10 Uivoriu ttrui b"t f .r ' ntv. n 1 ttta gjjjit, it;u: ni
Th IUcic IiltnX y;ni jm-i1 n t nn ,. vl Urnnrhmv (."rav-i
Jollj. O'.tA-aru LnSIl" fwrn lidnij. U- " - r 1 Jio)c ialni m i, tu2
DftVnpor. M-tRCftUn", '.'.njcum FwJrft 1 OUumrr tUa. .-
Utwrty. I'TWft City X X'Hnt IjxlintMti Uu n AUntu. Km.iv
Aurlutxw. lUrUin, a-i'rt '. ti ia blur;. tn f,r
Trenton, Ciriirn i'X K-i- "r M'r- lvrm?;ttTM ai Arrjt
In Knnwj. A.Vrt Ixjft. W:nnt. 'I t !" . T MintVMOO V.'tr,-xr ,
Daleota. arj'l I. drfl.f j.'r 'i" tti- ".. v.iinm fcfMl tfr-
THE CREAT ROCK ISLAIO ffOUTE
OiJiimn:.'- it patr'iu "' of trrl -Ti? nSriJI by i Irt
thoroughly biUl r -1 "! ' '? r ? rrmUnno t-4 Ta '
HtantlnJir trn.t r-.Trww .M - -
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