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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, January 25,. 1869.
Western fc Southern
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Have Bargains.for' you in
THOSE LOVE-LIT EYES.
Thrc 1 a cortaln pair of eves,
nut whether black, orblae,
Orlirown. or Rray, I need not tflU
It tt&V.cm not toyou. -
Dot, oh, my heart la fall of Joy,
Wherever T may be "
When" thoae tweet ey m,
Thosa lefely eyea,
Beam tenderly on me.
Let others eoM ana carelMB ba, '
And treat mo with iltAJaia,
Anil I will smile, and alnstke whll
Nor feel one momcat'a pala.
Bat, oh, my hrirt would break la two.
And deep my grief woald ba,
ir thoae aweet eyes.
Thoo Jovcly ryas,
Locked scornfully oa mo.
I'Te ated la other eyes, 'tit troe i
Like brnilant orbs they ahaae '
But none possessed the magtoeharal
Responsive to my own.
And 1 am happy when In crowd,
Or quiet nooks, I see '
Those eyes I love.
All eyes above,
Betray their love for me.
They aocm to follow everywhere
I go; by day and night
I'm haunted by thoae witching arka,
So fuU of soulful light.
And If at window or at door
Though poor the place may be
I see those eyes, '
Those love-l!t eyes.
It seems like Heaven, to me,
-Josepkin Bollard, laK Y.Ledgtr.
m !aEr - ' ' "
A RAILWAY WHISTLE.
SIffniflcance to the Vigilant
ray bTff overcoat, my lar-c lint crushed I ioe tuning out -Wct hwfl.
on hJs h;id. and prvsenttnjr as comical ArtJtic'al v r niauuTf
Mbanliitolv nrpPnrv. tuch as a sITort-l "' moment bo fatal. Tit homo
whisUuJic'oro puttin;; on htoam when j are. In a sirifrlo box. as mai
tno siarunff sipnai u jfivcn. a wnisuo - - j v -f " ' " ".. . , " " "- vt.n. fnr,h nn.l mturnrd n ,o,.n a.4 no...
towJffl'nnv nno who mav bo on tho ooconsianuyinu.se jliiu imur ui .. . , .7. , " ,
warn any one wno maj w, on inc j ... . .. . AU tl . t
mMVitu oi uu -- - -
a !;ht an 1 had over Nihcld, but be
it.... - .o.i.n inatniiiUi in- nnv nf tiir. i tno nana on one I
station officials to give any particular another, separated only by a few
whistle us a sicnal to the signalman t inches, miht bo tho causo of a col
lision, wuu ucatn, ami injury, aim
'Hie r.Mi'ons'lble Position Knles and SlftV
uals lu Vacuo on Kas" iwiwaya
Similar to Those lu lHlly Uao -r
lo Thia, Country. "
. , . . .w !
is very certain that tho worlUdoeanot
Jcnow-Biuch.; if -any taing,of somp.ro
Uai Miii-1?tfklihil ciTvarita i np. intthllr
svmw .van.u ..., i v -.., ...w
.. . . ". . . P i .' :. '
or nthnruriac: and it must be distinctly
understood that no such thing as long miserable torturo to hundred of men.
and repeated whistling for signals to i women ami cnuurcn.
bo taken off, or from any other motive,
oxoept in some extreme emergency,
can bo allowed at so-aud-so.
In the daylight, therefore, the
railway whlstlo has its own special
significance whenever heard, and is
never a sound at random; but in tho
darkness of night or In tho fog, when
other signals can not bo seen, it soon
becoinc3 evident of what use and im
portance it is. It is then ono of tho
most available links between drivers
and signalmen.- In fact, railway traf
fic, as now conducted,' would not be at
all possible without it, and tho codes
on which it rests. A pignalmnn then
is a man on whom, a jVast deal of re
sponsibility lies. Ho must havo a
clear' head and a good memory, a cool
nervo ana n steady hand. This
is lib ordinary duty: no mu9t look to
open signals tho raociwut any train 13
fVgrsip'ied to himah(l'rent'r the Hnvt
with exact time in thVpropo? column
rf n K)ok. Then ho must set his
points, whew thte is' necessary, and
when the tralnjilU,ApaS5ed, lio must
.telegraph on toaaitttetation, enter ttha
timo'and faot inTanolhcr column of his
'jpblr, Jandsthcnjp4lioTo his po'inta again
,totbo4uy for .aiw. no::t train. 'Every.'
t . . t .i -. -.a :.i i s r;.Tiv
said thaUtho.WHd;Ono Knows uw; wiuayugiu luniwa,,
bfitsrrrcatmenrat ""P arm wr uangcr aowii iwq mr
i k-- Vu..l n.i " 1ml It aHvi-.lri nr nnMM
.btVCU II111V. "Ut; OMV.OTU I ww
'.'.', I WJaJiawiaBalfc JsJlM 1 11
Notwithstanding all tho cans that
can bo taken, unexpected things ..will
occur, which, even in tho case of tho
Queen's train, throw tho wholo onu$
on the driver and signalmau. On one
of tho Queen's jouraoys from Balmoral
to Windsor in tho summer of last
year, for instance, a stranger anil per
haps unexampled thing happened. VYo
take the account of it troni the West
"The signalman at Uinraster JuacUos,
about nvo miles south of Kendal, had his
lamps lit, and alt appeared right until a few
-mantes before tfce approach of the royal train.
UU.the train get near the Jeactloa the down
distant signal, whaeh'wea to guide the
driver of the royal train, waa la darkaess, and
for the purpose of lasuriag safety the train
was Brought to a standstill. On making an in.
apeetloB of the algaal lamp it was found to
contain a grand swam of bees, the great nam-
ber having had the elect of putting oat the
.lamp, which the slgaalmaa was unable to
flight aciln. Te bees had evidently bcea nt
'sracicu oy inr nxui- uvwnuit uu;4iti,tiw
an) rcret thst t'.uc would not allow of. lite
aauno bpinir ceoured lnavbox'asMlsehtfor
war.t itiih tho royal train.' Alexander U.
Jfcpp. LL.IX, In Good Words.', " , '
IN A FOREST FIRE;
poor brluo was standing, ami mo im
menso crowd filling the church won
dering what was the causo of tho de
lay. Some. I suppose, thought tho
groom had dccamptnl at tho "eleventh
hour." However, tho delay waa after
ward explained satisfactorily. Not
long since, in this city, ayouqg lady In
tho suburbs was to marry a Lieutenant
in tbe arm-. He arrived thai day
barely In time to procure the license.
Hastening down he found, being a
stranger, no ono to identify him, and
tho recorder insisting on the presence
of some relative, ho had to borrow time
from time, a it were, and go all tho
way to tho suburban homo to bring the
bride-elect with him for the license.
Jicv. Tather Brongeut, S. J ii SL
Architecture of the Ancients.
Dr. Dorpfold, principal of tho Gor
man Archa.'oloffical Institution at
Athens, recently delivered an im
portant address on the result of re
cent excavations lnGrcece as bearing
on tho history of aacioot art. Ho said
that a special Etudy of tho discovcrlea
at'Mycens. Tiryns and, Orchouenos
revealed an unmlstakablo resemblance
between them vaad. ancient Asiatic
architecture. HtvhftUl that the ancient
Greek- borrowed Wr different style
from Kgypt, and fpom several of ,,thc
ancient peoples of'As'.ru Tho builders
of tho .Alvcenian period wore, ho be-
Grain Leather Boots,
Arctics. Over Shoes, Sandals,
Men's Rubber Coats,
Very few, indeed, nrothoy who know
that to the cars of some it speaks in
very definite language, on which thoy
must act with tho utmost decision and
dispatch- In certain pints of tho
metropolis whero thoro nro railway
lines thcra are recurrent outbreaks of
complaint about tho iT.il way whistles,
and tho tone of most of the angry let
ters sent to the newspapers when the
fit is on has invariably been such as to
encqurago tho idea that tho railway
drivers wcro a kind of incarnate fiends,
who delighted to tnako night as well
as day hideous by tho uso of their
shrill whistle, and to torturo tho ears
of tho wakeful. Unfortunate the light
sleepers may havo been, placed in
such perilous and trying proximity to
a railway; but certainly tho railway
drivers could not do. Q1".- than thoy
did. for UirV $ro bound by tho very
str-ictcat rules, and. mud not touch tho
whistle cave when duty calls.
A railway whistlo is a definite sig
nal which, amougst other things,
brings tho driver of the train directly
en rapport with tho si:r.l:aau a his
box. Thnro ho yunts? 61i'niay often
catch a glirripsb of him when travcl
fric' as the train slows into tho ter
minus or junction. He is surround
ed bv rows of bribing steel handle,
all of an exact height. Ths are the,
shnffa fmit work the points. Th'ey
are all carefully "numbered. Dosidcs
ihesb tncroarc in the box clocks of
IniniindJthatthU iinot bnly thb'pro-.
cediiil(hpa.sciig6r trains; but for all
4ralas wfh-ilevjcr, jiay, even for light
engiaesiK for pilot engines, and bal
tiattoni, aitd cngih'js passing Jov
r rc.tons: an are wpgraphco;
naled and entered without "ivspcct of
persons," Ihjwuiso to tho signalman
tho returning coal or ballast engine is
just of us much importune a3 an ex
press train it may wrook .in express
train if by :iu? oversight it wcro get
ting wrang or run on tho wrong mcti
uls. Tnc signalman's book ", there
fore a complete record of every thing
that goi'h on by tho met:da piujt his
box, and his primary duty N to keep
his section clear, or. If blocked, to let
all concerned clcarlv know it.
In some carets as in thsit of the big
towns and cxlcnsivo junctions, tho
work goes on as ceaselessly by night
as by day. Then the fjooA trains roll
along,. then thft empty trucks come
l'atfwkAl seatBB aPa-Aemai JPes9Usianla
e e wwaw. parajj
SoIM CortU' of Kbarlos; Id.
, Tho train, Icsheniag its f peed, wa3(
soon lOOiigou to creep cauLbousry do-
e ti i rt r i il aWhstVfcVB sa
.:5,t; ; r. :' ; JXIa .:, iiovd I'hwniciwu. Tho
scuacorusoiroarngwoou-a dinco. at Mvn and 'nrvaebora a
vninn nni n.tj,n iil nnfi ni iia ink ,n - -
" r. . . . - . wom
morca J uo.puie oraucues on tno nai
car ignited, driving tlto kmss baad
into an inclosed ottrrkigo for shelter.
Men with boclcots dropped to diichos
besico. tho track And 'flipped), up .water
and hands and facts blistered.
Ono who has never Iwon In a fore3t
firo can scarcely imngiuo U intenso
heat, tho acrid hUm'i'" smoho. the
suddenness v. lib, "hich Uvv Dash from
wondorful rcsemblaace to the Jewish
Temple 'at Jerusalem. S. T.Toet.j.
PERSONAL AND LtTEftARY.
.. -e -
Tho novel" "MaDch," written by
-llnrrl aVla,.ir AleifrWUr
Walt Whitman was a compositor
So was David IL l.ock Joaquin Mil
ler, i'p.t Hartc. Mark Twain. William
D. Uc wtl'j and Joel Chandler Harris.
Mr. l'.ldcr Haggard's friends xjm-
root to vmn, and grass blazes far plain that whlh- h reccivcil only $240
from any spark, ns if tho cartli itself for tlio ori"inal .il;tion ot King Solo-
1 " T
rnti's Mlrit." the publisher havo
made fCO,t"00 out of k book.
wore burning, tho fiirnnco g'ow of
piled logs, tiic heated uii' from baked
Incredible sights showcil tlroufth
that nightmare of firf Mosa-inclosed
stumps spurted fiati many times their
own height Young funis, bcarce un
rollqiV sprang grorn and fresh from
ooo Fido of a log, while tho other side
quivered in living coal?.
The train stopped. It coultt ercip
in rctiTat no farther, for i track was
bacfe, then ho extra engine come in. I burnc1 th(J raiu ww toto faataslic
All havo to l dwUt with in tho way ( WluHwa ul58lcrod paint
wohavoderibed and entered in our ran ll( ,h r aMe
signalna-. s book, which is an cs- . rrindow. b.-ul all been
tended index ol all tho trafiic ot t j w rMn . .t.,,,1 B;nVn.
. :... .-.:.. ...i.v :. ivt .. wU . vj . ., v.u
iBg heat. Every pa)cngcr in tho
carriago gasped for brcattv Tho floor
was so hot it burned their feet The
Uobrt Urowning'i first poem was
written 8t the rarly ago of four Ono
day. just as his mother was almt to
givo hhn adosn.'of medicine, tho youth
ful poet struck an altitude and recited:
All pop!c. If j on w:h to rr
A bny take physlr. loo at roe.
ficorgo Kcnnan, tho journalist and
author, live in a quaint and tnodost
little house In Washington. I). V. Ho
Is forty-three ycers old, and haia lonft",
thin face; hid mouth is cmTlcd by
in a lVnnsvlvanla town. Tlio leventor
probibly wanu-d to hcl tho hana ber
their yolk. -Uoclio-tor Kxprcs
Iti going downstairs it it oliquetVl
to follow tho lady, but in tho caao of
the young lady's father it is sometimes
better to ko;pret!y.weU in advanev.
Georgt. tVou look glum. Is
your lady.loteT fickle? " Augustus
sfw; but her father U 'unkind. I
called last nirht and he llOwcd me "
'L? Ho showed you tho doorF"
"No; her millinery bills." l'hiiadl
Cowboy "Stranger, th.tr's oms
good men tn tldt gang, you lclchrr
life. Ve sec that quiet, inoffensive
cu . scttin thar? You woulda't
think it. but ho'a ki'tdl hh dozen or
more." 'IVndcrfoot- " hat! that little
man?" Cow,oy " Vou lx:U. pan.
He's a doctor.'" -AindrIca.
ltrowti " Oh, if I only hatl mill
ion dollars, whit -lot of jfood I would
do with it!" Jsinith--"Wat wool
you do. for insiuneo? Browsr "Ok,
then; aro ways unnughI don't knew
exactly what 1 would do." SmlUs &
"W'-h. i know." Itrown-i" Whaif- "
Smith--" You'd go. tnetrorktl&Iaai''
your might to nko anothar, wllllon.'
-sr-iHgficia Vuu. ; .
Firt KMibW JlUl.rm in lock.
Git 0nU thH ripv'' . Srcund tnot-
blsck O'onU'iuptuV -"1 don't
nnthtm irct HbOtlt that unilif. Irf
ict Mko aiiv iUrii pj. (Impi
(dvey )-. 'IM U. .than nUw"s wortli
twcntv-tli cets'!i, '(lucwskmly)
Ya-a-awll-UXl. UVU. that's what
iti. , IXm t -pit ,jcc Ui ort'y nhout
thro 'qiWlfM' tuoki4? Tho tnaa taet
I'rowisl thai ii)po nrfny. IUi,Wa the
railroad cdiloB of tho IwsKjflnfnien'e
Vindicator." -CMi'go TriUiawv.
Ah." suld MU Krudlto to Mhal
Shrewd at u dinmir party the other
f a4?aV.nsmka.KuL ae4.Ke- thetgcB-
Uomtn bn -tvr tirorr in tho corner.
1 havo Ufii w:it'hlig him all tho
ovenmg, ard bar not ecn hhu stnlld
once H" Jnart i liix-y with "imn
mlrhty trn'. 1 .mi um of It. and I
hao b-n iotdrlnr wltat It could bt
and IcttMi. ny b-iri vonl t him In
nym;.a'i- Do tjll if you know
bin a'..r; " "Y.w." r;pli"l .Mlw
Shrewd. '''"" H i ditor of a
humoj;ou , :.i-1. ' Drr.k'BMagaitne.
,sthc poor: ouo baby.
IJlllr Tt.'t.Hrf '! WMa
o.r- U !l r Jlnt.
What a enriout ihlng it t lo think
Uint that wnmWfril new baby will tun.
into a coinrtjonplarw ofd Viby in a year
nr two that w1ib h .vlvcnt if nnm
ber two hi reign i- ovr.
A Iittlo gir). a, though rto U only
two yoan old. take nn inUjirel in thai
now laoy. 1h;i mai oc mnt. ncip
FUwnels,' Ete., Etc.,
Ladies9 and Gents Underwear
Cloaks and Shawjs,
The above goods must and will
be sold at
rX t vU.
, '- ;a!ss
tbe Western dMm
peculiar construction, right in front of
tho row of Fiafts telegraphic dials
aad bolls, ns well as telegraphic dis
patching desks; Woks of record,
which aro most jealously kept and:
f we take our start from the rail
way whittles, we can work round the
main' circle of a signalman's duty.
I Strictly speaking, however, we should
... , tt,n vniJ wMotlrt" la b.
misnomer in Ihc senso wo i- usod;
it ia tho hcdg, but horo Is no
olhor WOrd'iSiai'could bo popularly
usci for our purpose. There are
whistles andjwhistles tho long ant1
lie short whistle, for example, cartn
fully "dIsUaguishod pad, thora is the.
cpcK'frOTr. y tne coiaouiBjUon oi
fhese, of the repetition of them, you
have a complcto code of signals (or
fdl nations for up and down trains,
each having its own proper distinctive
whistle, unmistakahlo to tho signal
rasa, were it possible that Jie could
for the mosseat bo absent or obliv
ions. There arc, of course, emergencies
when englne-driTcrs may bo forced to
uee the whistle such as t zfraron I
the line, or qth risk ot'aneer.
! and then mwrgin must be allowed to
!the discretion of the driver; but the
-1??rarts Imperative that the eMvw
i! l&wittd whlsllo'raorc than Is abeo-
AvSfllMll'ilU nccosfarr, and fqraT?w80s
T I 'Ik. annnn ?r VI111U lis
Rttil'D. v mivw - -T-.-
he'taa confiiso. "; T!i ts a
,om of direction la f orklnf
- The signalman at seaneea.
Vylsse UHseAtabW byTindicattw.oei
earines, aattvotmwy .WWt
asBdak. fcelag l pcascJsioaof.'iMiBfv
kunan jam IU n uwiu v waa
arc urn p - r '
company at the poiut wit a, VicH it
deals. 1 hero la no. ouuj or extra or
special tabids, to which tho signalman
must aile'nd and havo always in readi
ness. Ono of them ia tho fog signal,
which is mo3t important. In the
depth or winter or in thick f,CAG thj
signalman then has to, trust almost
wholly to Ilia wars. Immediately that
Vo Lai cleared ouo train and got I1I4
points ht might, out ho goes fc lUtic
distanco up or, down tho itne a the
case mav be. for the next up or down
jHin, andtheroho ottachca by aaort
of wiro fixture to tho motaU a kind of
slightly raised hiuvl containing an ox
plosivo material. This U tho fog sig
sJt which standi to him in tho place
of an engine-Indicator in the daylight
When tho first wheels of tho engine
pas over it it explodes and gives tfea
" Every signalman musV"0 tcleg"
ranhist: fo-. Vaouh4 in many cases
tdraph boys are kept, ho must su
pervise and watch them. "It is im
perative that every signalman bo abje
to woriv th needle intrucai, ex-.
pedidoh," and "UnVf'V are held:
rcsponsibln for the. telcgraoh boy's at
taniioa, o, duty.v Iti cases where
there Ls no telegraph boy, waleb, of
course, happen? at whM ane deemed
tho less Important stations, tho sig
nalman Is also the telegraphist; aad
he ls thus directed: "Messages to
signal-lKixe whero tbero are no boys
must bo telegraphed very slowly arid
distinctly to enable the siyaalmcn
But the siroRrtAaaw kidcment aaa
of nocecsiiv a'pood deal left to it. and
thalla c!rcucstaac3 that rosy ho mast
tryiuf. Now and thea wo cobbs os
directicar "not to use ti .sa
save when ncccssarr.' Aad tpv gaVa.
sxnne idea o the wsrk tkajT la special
cases, :d li ;ascf at angcraaj
.qiow.ag mzj oe cv;,
le tie trestet arae a
window plasa eould not be touched.
They oouh. alVsco tho wcxxlcn sides of
tifsO iaclosuro warp.
When tho dooaa train had hung a
minuto in the aaidst ot this fnrnaco.
somo ano opened a door and shouted
that It was en fire. Into tho blister
ing, smokc-darkenod air. and out upon
a foreM floor spread with embers aad
emlverlng with heat, tho pcoplo all
ruhod. Women falntod and were
dragged up and carried by their
fathers or brothers. Tho, ceraf-valve
of the locomotive wa leftaaon by Ma
eaginccr, but it alenrod It steam wail
briefly,. acMeved by cxplosloa.
Waaataay9 had cooled tho forest to
j hjacknoss. a distorted boiler and tome
rows of iron wnecis were iouxm waere
tho train came to a stop. Mary HarV
well Cathorweod. ia St Nicaalaa.
1 heavy sntache; hi eyes are large
and dark, and bin figuro H Kparo. , Ukkc care of u KiV nXmul formally
Mr. Konnnn keepa himself In coadi-. aIr ,u carmcu and ho!dinf the
lion oy a unuy apiia i m;u buict u m j
M. Victorien Sardou. tho eminent
French novelist and dramatist, frcw a
letter he has jur.t written to tho Gaa
lols is evidently a believer in all such
phenomena as come under tho name of
a A rtsaeee
1 havo had socae very amazing lad-'
denes come ader my otaervatioa ia
tae pursuance, of the relif lone duties
coancctcd with bridala. Net lowg
sice, while ia Cbicac. I was to eJaaV'
ate at a very brilltasA-end4iaf Tlae
church was Hied. the. auptlal aarty
grouped about tVe happy couple aad
tho oerc.qifix frocecdlac- "Waern ilia
UaJar the alaeiac rs at
rive. there waa a
proem dived ia oae ockeV Hat ia)
other, still la aaO. VL
was te)Mtc.af taiaMagejrbasjav
safaieavieaJ, kefi lw whsspars aba
aaaa atsa resjaa? aw mi
sa fwoaa fwsa'-lataaat
ww aawsas) JWW fSsvssjsaaesssa
cause tease- 1
the cUry. .aad.raJasei Urn m
J ewald. I eaacavore to
ia vain, he
magnetism. hypnotin, ceond ign
and tho r.?sl nhenoncca wluch. he
says, lie ha-i watched with curiosity'
for over loriy years, but which were
in his youth "ridiculed ay men of eci
ncoo. Tlie late William W. Fulton, ol
the editorial staff of tho Baltiasora
American, had a great many iateresV
iair experience durinc his leeff Jear
aalittlc career. He Manl a eeate Is
the old Senate chamber betweea Clay.
Webster aad Calhoun, traveled with
President Taylor, made a trip to How
York ia corapaay with President Fill- i
saore and Daniel Weaetcr, kaew KsV
far Allan Foe. heard Jenay Ua4aia(.
saw Patti in her tecaa and witaeawasl
berreadition ef Martha Is hoaoref
the rrinoc of Waiea, thea km PhllaaV4.
phia. and dir..-d whu rresideat (iraat
Mr. Itidtt- Bagjrard Is said ta ae
by ao sccaa$ r. toiler in a garret.
sixth aaa of Soulro it HUaai
ef Bradenhwa a alace wkdab ha
la thefKmiiy forfoar geawratloB be
i ajarricda Norfolk biree id o b
came poaJceci la right af hiswBe, ef
the Masor 0,' Dltriiajrhaan. ea fbe
edce of tho Iatli bllb. Here he wrlVfai
ia a ji!-awM cnr roeea ei ue
cfcxraBinjr o' hewac. which ie aeer
nta with rtjRkil rose, detaati fla4
kaatia; and here, at the doer, b aaa
af hrwva tw.waa.aaft felt hat.
kaHteal. Mocklare aM eeswl!
baot-. ajsd between, ale atea
apaS brianyhoii air- Itfe
pIn-cy?hIon for mirc. delight ia it
batlis. and I;omV alwut Iwr baby
brother before ho can talk plala. Hat
tho boy that 1 another matter. !l
scowl when tint wrinkled piece of ha
manity is prc'ot'l to him. aad he n
fuart to kiss IL Hi w its none of it
Why should It havo hi plaw on
mammal sbonldej? Whv h(wld hf)
bo told to go awj ? Uo thiak a fit
of it as his limited kaowjrdge af aa
daao affairs wilt permit him to thhik
efaay thing. He ho. beca kaavtj ti
rcqnwt that It might bo "Crow
away." aad U call it "aaaay ng.'
aad ladoei his trial, are very cfassi
Life ha altered rkaaltr far baa. H
feels It to hie heart j care. If ha St 1
of aoweitivo itnnV
It U all venr well tor akMfH
hlaviartsthehhe aad tril hia W
"be a afce lad aaT aae-'n attka hi a
aakc" HawaassbisawtheY. Ilewat
aver taraed oet ef aaethar't raaal hs
fora Mia heart s fatt. WeUlerhlal
at this time If be baa
ready to ak hisa ber
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