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rftrri'Ts n;s rmscufcrr.
Aftwf Cuinf? Mint Up for ITlvo nwjr st
ent Heeusne VaroototU ntiil I KjIIihI.
The ftuntlr of Jacob Drandl. a grocer
t Jo&son end Madison strceta. ha
bcoa in a state ot ratnd batw, of
Ktrango sounds, tlko the wail pf n
catamount, wMch hava bemi issuing
. frora tliolr cellar for tbe tost two or
thrco dayu, says the Courier-Journal.
Tho- finally was consld-rhbljr incon-
' Tcnlodced. no weir as Intimidated. Tbe
' cneo wan- laid before n police ofilccr.
' rhoillfitenctt attentively to- the sounds
that camo from within tho cellar. Thoy
came' from a part of tlie collar wbloli
' could only be reached throuh a nar-
row opening In tbe Bldownll:: the man
who went after him took his life In
' hlo- htrndn. Omcor Prathor considered
it hia duty on a duly oworn officer to
fcerp the public poace to no In after
the disturber: o-. nrmnd with a naicnoi.
lip began to crop his way through tho
narrow, dark oprnlntr. He had been
Korte but a few ccconda when a wild
reran is camo out of the pavement. Fol
lowing thin ww a yell of pnlr from the
ofilecr. The crowd ntrnctod to the
(renne wn thrown Into rpnsmn. Some
vrtro for nondlns for r reoeulns; party,
but nil appeared to be moro dlspoFed
$fo Gtand by and listen. Than n yell of
'triumph from Ihn dark roccsson rens-
Fitrcd the croup nnd two or three tried
, bravely to crowd Into the op-mlnt;
''.Following thin appeared the form of a
' Mack cat, spitting and clawing, but
' clutched firmly In a blfedlnK hand ho-
' longing to Offlecr Prathrr, vho?e smut-
' ty und ccratchcd face wns not lone In
' 'Bhowlng ott of tho darkneua. Tho blcck
cat wan tho property of Mr. Draudt
It had beenMn the collar for five days
without food or water nnd was furloui
i When the ofllcor dropped tho cat to th,e
giound It flew at him flcrroly and bur
led Its deep claws In his uniform over
'.his breast lie struck tho crazed ani
mal ono blow with tho hatchet and put
4'flut what wns loft of Its nine lives.
AMBAS3ADOP.S IN LONDON.
Extraordinary rrl1lge Titty Havo
AcAlnit I-iw unit Cutom.
The foreign ambaEsadora accredited
to tho court ot QU James are, as In
fact the law looks upon thorn, little
' Kings, fading privileged beyond any
VEUbJect In tho realm, sayu Cassell's
Journal. The law of nations has do
elded that tho ambassador, like the roy
j,,fil sovereign, is abovo tho lav;, a state
ment which Implies that ho may do
Just ac ho likes. It Ib certain that
ho may commit murdcr'nnd not bo 11a
bio to arrest by tho myrmidons of New
1'Scotland Yard; ho may be guilty of
nrebbery with violence, and no Judgo can
threaten him with imprisonmcut or
"tho cat;" he may forge, rob banks nnd
r ven cerlously nBsault the prime mlnis-
teryand yet go quietly homo to dinnor
without tho least fear of being servod
Sylth a polico-court summons on tho
following morning. Ho can do moro
Cthan this ho may actually endeavor
to dcthropo tho quesn, us did Mondoza,
thc Spanlnh ambassador, in Elizabeth's
ron, or plot to take her life, as did
j'Aubcsplno, tho French ambassador.
Iiti 1GS-J, and yet not suffer the penal
ities of the law, for, though tho arm of
,',the law can tako hold of most wrong
'doers, the ambassador is an exception.
It may be asked what can bo done to
an ambassador who, far instance, com
,nlts murder or treason? Hns tho state
no remedy? All that tho state can do
iti such cnoe3 is to oppose force to
yforco, expel tho offending minister from
jjhe country and make a rcprcsontn
rtlon to tho ambassador's sovereign, re
foresting him to punish him for his bo
Jiavior. In the event of tho sovereign
'jgnorlng tho request this would prob
ably bo a cause of war between tho
Dill n 3IIS!Ucit VToril Camn War?
An ingenious explanation of the ac
tion of Dr, Jameson la given by tho
London correspondent of the Dirmlng-
ham Gazette. According to this Jame
,oon with bis men, were waiting for
feomo word from Johannesburg. It
came in a telegram worded thus:
Revolution carried, In compliance with
your dosiro." That' wa3 tho telegram
received. Tho telegram actually Bent
,l"rom the Johannesburg commltteo was.
."Resolution catricd in compliance with
sour desire." That "v" instead of "s"
made all tjia difference. Jameson made
;s'his plunge into the onemy's country,
.expecting to And tho ibotllera in arms
waiting for hia coming. Instead he
tfound only great masses of arreted Boers
barring hia way, The Boors wero fully
prepared and expected ht3 coming.
This ralces tho curious suggestion, had
hey anything to do with altering the
'telegram? Wa3 it a trap for the Bng
11b1i raiders to draw them on" In order to
.Justify tho quaint vulgarism of Kruger
'that when the tortolso put out Its head
ithey would cut it off.
. IHr Poultry Hunch
Some hopeful speculators who havo
been counting unhatched chickens aro
ebout to otart a poultry ranch near San
Franclbco which is to be tho largest
.jn the world. It la to reach Its full ' nearest drug store for It. and oxpress a
capacity in three jears. when It la to regret that you ore HI The natlvo
lut on tho market annually two mil-; Venezuelan regards tea a a moat un
Hon eggb and ninety thousand chickens ' pleasant beverage, and to bo used only
or broiling. The plant will include medicinally. It is not kopt In any of the
two 'ncubators. with a capacity of 2.000 botolu and when it is especially ordered
A-sao wcu, nuu uu tau 01 nouses anu
Ins, which will be contained In a for-
y-acre ranch. There will be nine hun
dred hens laying for tho incubators Hnd
ien thousand laying for tho market,
A CJnexr Collrglatr Qaetlon.
Odds agalntt horses wero set forth,
dsd bftdlat nked bQv they could
win torUJx. a..unt Hj tn c-v&;, a:
a. pi-obl-MA iwror.' u :. 'Ji.lvi,r
rtltMJ'f,rr f-c iM-l', - " ' -! v
J03V prOiTfH. 1 V. wV r'Z t -. ti '
IVlOOnc'C CltnCScfeOr HAT.
Tt ncTrtiiMtil Tlirnmalr tho ttty ttil
Until Rtuis In.
Assistant Dispensary Fuyrtclanrtfow
rib'B trousers ore no Jongor an Imho
Tbrr havo been utter y overtopped, ex
Anguished, rendsred do trap and sdi
' considered In tho light of n
ffpaI' by r. R. L. Moore s hat. Dr
- Mooro was aforetime vncolno physician
to tho hoaUh department until lie r.'
abetter Job feeding pills to the men at
th Povcrnmcnt works. Hvory time Un
comeo to town ho calls In tosco his old
MdB at tho city hall. They have
not covorcd from a recent vlnit. He
wt""c l'B' new dude hat und It mad-
HH heard all over tho building. The
nol8 o Ncwcomb troii3cra was r
duced Ion conllo murmur, even as the
undn of a percussion cap might
overwhelmed by tho dlscharce of a
Thcro has never been anythlnc 111 e
that hat nccn hereabouts. It Is shaped
like a dorby, something, the crown be
Ing constructed of a wire frame, cov
erod with cloth. Tho cloth part Is
what caused all tho troublo It was it
a large-check pattern red, blaclt and
gray. Boya followed the hat around
town In unrestrained admiration, hor3
eH took fright nnd oven a bleyrt
bucked at itl Dr. Jordan Is an old
friend of Dr. Moore's nnd for hia owr
good bo took It on hlmsolf to talk e
rloualy to him. The pwner of the iiat
was amenablo to reason and he told
Jordan he could do whnt he p'oased
with tho hat. Dr. Jordan oaw where
It could bo mndo roally useful, as well
an ornamentl, to say nothing of Its
preservation as a curio. He stripped
off tho cloth and had it mounted for
. use as a checker board.
TWO TEMPTING RECIPES.
1 Cnnfi-rtlnti of Ili;i mill n Cclebritert
Uul for MhUIiie Clioioldf.
Tako dry flgn. The choicest thln
oklnncd ones aro not necessary for
thlB purpose Va3h and cut them care
fully to be sure no Imperfections, are
loft. Pour boiling water on them and
let them simmer until the sklnu aie
qulto tender. Then remove the figs
and add sugar sufficient to mnkc a
rich syrup of tho water in which thoy
wrro boiled, and Jcmon or grape Juice
to glvo color and acidity,
Pour this on
the figs and set them away to cool.
When William M. Evarts occupied a
seat In the United States senate und a
fine house, with his family, in Wash
ington, tho chocolate of their afternoon
recoptlons becamo famous. Tho rec.po
for it was as follows: One quart milk,
one cake chocolate, essence of vanilla,
firato the chocolate vpry lino, mix with
a tcaspoonful of hot water and rub
smooth. Allow the milk to conio to a
boll, put in tho chocolate and boll about
five minutes, or until of desired thick
ness. After romovmg It from the fire
-reason with the esFcnce,of vanilla ac
cording to taste. Boll In a farina ket
tle The chocolato should then bo
poured Into dainty cups while still in
the kitchen and served quickly steam
Fill tho cups two-thirds full with tho
delicious brown mixture and add th'ick,
beaten cream. This uddltion consti
tutes tho making of tho famous Vlonnn
chocolato Introduced at tho centennial.
If only -ono square of chocolato 13 re
quired, draw a lino across tho two
Fquarea at tho on' dividing them in
half. With a sharp knlfo shave off
tho chocolato until you come to the
lino, which saves wasto of time and
No ClilniMio In Lonlvlllo.
There aro no Chinese In Lcadvllle
The atmorphoro la too rare for thorn,
and in oihc: days when a CelcEilal
would Etray inllo tho camp something
or some ono coon told him to stray out
again, and ho quickly obeyed the still,
small voice. Some year3 Blncc a resl
dent of tho camp brought In a Ghinoso
cook. Within an hear tho cook and
his employer were t. sited upon by a
commltteo of public-spirited citizens
full of information tvi to railroad time
tables and tho hour for the departure
of the next train. Tao employer was
cureless as to train ilmo, and to an
nounced, "Very well," replied tho committee;
"wo will leave tbr- time-tablo with you
and will be at the station to see your
friend of?, to tpced tho parting gueht,
bo to cpealt. If ho Is not there on tlmo
It will probably be necessary to hang
him, and if you should get tangled up
lu tho rope you will have no one to
blame but yourself." And then the
committeemen went placidly away to
thoir rcspoctivo gold and silver propo
sitions. At 3p. m. the Chinaman and the
afternoon train departod from the
camp In each othor'3 company. That
was qulto a goqd while ago, but never
a Chinaman has sluco been seen hero
Vhero Tra U Not FopaUr.
If you call for tea at a restaurant In
Caracas, tho nronrlntnr will unj i.
. tho quality is simply abominable for
all the world liko a doio of senna.
Osr Opxnii 1IU Iletrt.
Tho csar of Russia has set aside
$100,000 to bo distributed among the
charitable institutions in Moscow lu
ooaor of his coronation. His majesty
Ib taking great interest In tho prepare-to.-
fir the ceremony. Among other
ii irra, -' 'i!rAiv,u& jii Kroilln la to be
'v'-U ."t lviUVi4'Ci
trjiitrd to itad th tamo rRrrtuH? and report to
tJiln, urti" for ritrtvrUoo ay irrprn thntnwr
wtlof Thin will pwoi, powiNie una? in
r m niHr" it AlManw. Nb.. April IS, IP.
1iiIm i liiwhv iriTKii tint the foHoIai-
ruinMl intMr Iib fil notice of M lntniln to
ninkflna! proof mMtppttrt of 111 cb" nwl
tint naJd vtoof v.111 boraad- IWurf th' K 4Ut
ami liwoutir t Alllntfo, NVl., on Uayl'U,
,vll! POPHIA ItKtU, 1
of nx Unit-. Nob . Mini noil II K No.tWI fur
Uic 8HNW 4HH W U ' P n, r i w.
Up Jinm Uu fullofniu; ilnii'ii Ui pror hi
rontimitniK tPHiilrncp upon mill o'lltunHon ot
MlillMjil.lir- W.A ( mr,:i.T ('uiililnif'uim,
Hlraon Holliuijor. Jhoihi Mn b. all irf Box ,
ri.i 1 V tOirtu Tn ltt..lalmi '
J. W. Wijjin. Ja., itPKiiiter.
IauiI OfRoi nt Mliancfl, l-ifb.. April (5. 1 0.
Noli'O i lixrdiy kitpii tht tlie (oUmrtn
tionicd ltUr Imii C.IihI imllro yt litn IntMlUoii to
nukf final pf txit in tUIori 01 m oiniramu
tlmt Bh. poot v,M ln innJ' rtnt V (tr or ,
lto.hwat Alllntuo NU .ouftlayM, 1JJ! vUl )
of Matiflmul, Nc' . who mndo
M 1. U uw !h IntBl n. ftl t W.
is wot for the
HiuiMmi Uio folloJPiuii wllncinti tn prom
hif mtitiliuo iroUlUMipon unil r . tlvartioo
,f i ,1 n,l i)t' Inm, Dicknv. H .f . S ootl.on.
of imnlnffford. l , who wade ; tlmbni ; cultiiro
nppHrat'oil no 2.VI on Urn 1 Ui day o' Doapmbsr
ami p'jico on lH'i tiay of my lvn, liy two ot tjia
,, . a... If... m 11.1, .t..H ll.rtr It
I-ord, W illiara T. Proplor. Urore W. 8oa, all of
Lawn, Neb. J. W. Y SIN. JH , ItwiaiPf. f
Ijind OtHn- at Alliance. Noli.. March J3. lfW.
Notlr' in hereliy K'voa that HtL.VNDl'l'.U
KUKON WOI.DLN, of IImpu. SVIi , l.o llli d no
Mroof Intention to trake linal iiroof l?forf
UpsiMPror Homivpr at his olliro in Alliance,
fib., on tlm .'itli day of April. 8'W. nn tinilT
Lilttirc rippllratiou No. 317, for the N W W h-c. I
2.S. tn.9 n.tiiMw.
It" nani-M ft witnera"a! Iticliaril C, Rhtiltr,
Willl'iardbliuHz MilcnUhlmnk, lK-ury Shimulc,
all of Lawn, Neb. J. W. Wwi.v, Jr. , lfsmUr.
Tjinil OUicoTudTiaae. Nob.. Marcli 10,1'07,
Notieo is hereby kuch tliat thn followini?
imiiKil pettier han filed notieo of his intention
to make hnal proof in support of Ida claim, and
that paid proof will In' mnilo be f orn Het;iter or
Itoceltcr at Alliance, Neb., on April .W, IfclW, vix:
ISAM' O. GUtFlTril.
ot Ida, Nrb., v.ho mado H li no 3407 for the 8 H
H W 'i A H ",i b l: alio. 3-1, tp iio n, n: 4 w.
1I names Iho followiiif; witnesta to prora
Ihh I'DntliiuoiiH rclil")ip" npiin and cultivation
otraid laud, viz: lMwaril W.Tyroo. Uenjaraln
H. l'railer, r.rnet Schumakor, Bertha tkl in man
or, all ot Ida, Neb.
J. W. Wcny, Jn., Itrgister.
NOTK'i: IN BUItVlCE BY l'DULICATION
P. J llalloran will take, notice that on ths
ilnl day of April 1h09. Jas. 11. 1!. Iin,ett, o-jiin-ty
JuiUljf liox llnlto county, Nebraska, irmiol
an ordtif of attachment for the aunt of t-S-t.l'i, iu
an action penJln.t Uutorn him, wherein C. J.
Wiliiyixplnlnttir,anilJ.I. Hollaren dffenJant.
that proptrty of tlie defendant consieUEX of
money in the aim of $.U.VJ, has bwn attaihed
vuiiler mid urtUir &U en inn was coutmuixl to
tlin 11th day ot May 9-J, at 10 o'clocL. a.m.
HtimuiKfoid, Nep., ptil 10, 1VG.
O. J. WILDY.
JSTotioei., . .
Pharmacy, V. J. Ikon, manager, or permit
Tliln ii. to certify that Bran' Pharmacy W .1.
Heiin, manager, of tho tillage, of Hfimnuford,
Nehrarlia, has lilrd a petition on April 11. 1-TO.
hh lt'niilr'.sl liy tl ii Matr.tet ot tlio Mat'j of No-
aKa, and lnrintH of the board ol (rrstrs of
tlie villaxaof IIemlni;foril, fora pirtnlt to sell
.iimirH tor medloinal, mix'lianii'a, and rliemlial
pnrpm',B for tlm eomtwr miinioinat 0ar in
' iilhliiiu Hituatd on hit i Mas); 19 In taiil Til
lage. W. M IopFNCr,
Clerk of tho Hoard of Truto38.
Tlie :: Herald
Official uonnty Paper .
ancl-priiils nil tho nows.
ro aro prepared to givo i
clubbing rat,'.-, on r.ny
papi'r you desire. Sub
h tribe now.
CareaU. and Trade-Marls obtained and all Pat.f
an. FiMcln nn,1 i,r,,. .
Joon office is Opposite U. 8. PATENTOmct
land wecantccure Patent in leu tinio than thou
Jremote from Washington. 1
$ Send model, drawinj or photo., with deserlp-
lion, ttc aurue, n paicnuus or not, ires on
cnarcc uurieenotauo till patent is tecurcd.
A Pamphlet, " How to Obtain Patents," with
cost of tame in the U. S. aad foreign couatnesi
sent tree. Address,
OPP. PATCMT OFFICC, WA3HINQT0N. D. C.
t f 71iiiftiL Imii liTiMiflffiiBfttf "- "VMTffmi
Fcr the Next THIRTY DAYS I Offer
my eniiro stock oi CLOTHING.
at the Lowest Possible Prices Rco-ardless
Always, Leads q.nd
WE SELL YOU GOODS.
WE SAVE YOU-MONEY
WE MAKE lOUHAPP.
Com, und sco us and git the liot, tlie !ultt, nnd thu
olio'njiodt. Dry good, Giiicoriw., Olotbing, IJonts
nnd Slioos. Gluwurn, QuciiW(tre. mid, Proviiong.
)Vo nrp ii'wnys pleased to lmve frieiuU call vhuthor to bav or othor-
wi?o, mid ebpfciully invito strangers, trniisii-iila, and itv visittirs to
Wlll ami if ye lmvo no tiim-to show
WO Will l;u pleased to JlllVO you adtllil'O OUr flor.tl WIlldoWH decorated
Fitl. tropical and foreign plants, all
sifni yiips; so wnouover at tno county s.j.it always do
your trading with your old roliablo firm.
Yours anxious to pleaca,
I his Space is Reserved
THE OLDKST ESTABLT-.H3IENT IN THE COUNTY . . .
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
fl.l All 11 1 Tl A LfAllni I I fl 17 I.I A A r 1 Tl A I'TAtT . 1
uciiuiuG auuau uan ncauug oiuvca
Paints, Oils, GIlss, etc.
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Bart
Wire -the Best on Earth.
I j imnu. m-
H0 H. PIERCE,
...,,. Proprietor of
Lifer j am Feed Stables
We have first-class .tock nnd double and biu-jtIp rigs. hifli v
urnjtili nl ronsoimble rates. Our fncil.tie. for ncaomii)iKl,iti'i; h .fud
are unexcelled in 1 ho city. Give us a citl'.
BtfiT'Stnblo Corner liox Butte Aveiiuu :ind Sh.iridnti -St rent.
j3I eming'f ox6l.
you g.iod, nor quotu you prices,
in full blooru (but please don't
C. J WILDY.
HEEDED THE ATONE V.
TTlJJ-,tiu ItenttielcIA! CharRetl thff tec
turer S3 for Dluncr
A. crest many droll chariict -s aad
bright, shrewd men aro met with
among hotel proprietors wherever you
go. saya the New York World. "The
Fnt ( Contribritor" wna lecturing onco
in' th'd Bfato. of Kentucky and. had occa
sion id tako dinnor at a nix-bit botel.
Aftdr'thc meal Mr. Orlawoldnteppcd up
to tb counter, took out n bale of bank
notes, which he had received for hia
lecture the evening before, and dal,ed
what might he the damage.
"Thrco dollars," snld tho b.uo-grass
gentleman, who had buttoned his col
lar with a tenpenny nail while he look
ed at "Grin" with a pained expression.
"Yes, but a man ought to bo able to
board here a week for $3. Tho whola
house didn't cost more than $40 or 54..
What's your idea in charging me $3 for
a wad of hominy and a piece of parched
"Well, sir." said tho urbane land-
!"d' Mf f p"1 thKe flro f a a'
tance of twenty feet, by emptying hia
salivary surplus on
it. "I need th
The frankness and open, candid
manner of the man won Mr. Grlswold
and ho asked him If he thought $8
would be enough. Tho landlord said hf
could get along with that Then Oria-
wold opened his valise and took out a
large brunette bottle of liniment
marked "For external use." Ho passed
It over to th- landlord and told him hm
would find this stuff worked r.o well on
the Inside as It did on tho outside. In a -few
moments the liniment of tho "Pat
Contributor" and the lineaments ot tho
landlord had merged into each other,
and a friendly feeling sprang up be
tween the two men which
WARDROBE OF A BALLET GIRL.
Ui Coit Ii Brazil, but Whim tlin Drerltr
of It la Coni tdered ft U Staap.
A ballet girl's outfit at tho MotropoiP
tan opera house coots an oven $11, uayu'
the New York World. Of this $8 gow
for a pair of silk tights, 2 for n pair
of ballet slippers, and $1 for enough
tarlatan to make a practice skirt. At
rehearsals she may wear any old bodlc
that suits her, and such costumes as
are required for a performance are fur
nished by tho management
The ballet slippers may be had of
either of two local manufacturers or
may be Imported. A fairly Rood psjr
will last about three montha. Tho soles
will hold out that Ions, but the upper?
are covered and recovered a number
of times. The covering is always of
white or pink satin. By the tlm tm
soles are worn out the slippers hav
been coered probably six or seven
I These slippers can be bought In Lon
don for about 50 cents a pair. Most
English girls who come here to daaca
bring a supply with them. One en
terprlulng miss now dancing has her Vv
slippora sent to her by mail, wrapped f
p in a bundle of newspapers.
The tights found by tho girls ar
pink or flesh-color. If the opeiaa call
foi any othor color tho management
The practice sklrto are used only at
the dally rehcasals.
In construction they are simple. A
piece of from twelve tQ fifteen yards sf
tarlatan Is mado Into two skirts, on
over the other. They are simply gath
ered In a yoke and scalloped at the
edge. There is nothing Bhowy about
them. They are meant for hard work
nnd aro very business-like looking af
fairs. A practice skirt will laBt about
"Cost Grandeur of the Eait.
A comparison between the annuat
revenues of the Byzantine empire In
the beginning of the thirteenth century
and tho present revenues of the emplra
of the Ottoman Turks brings before the
mind's eye a picture of the lost grand
eur and wealth of provinces over which
now broods the silence of desolation.
At tho period mentioned ibe dominions
of the Grcok emperors at Constanti
nople had been impoverished by the In
vasion of the Frank Crusaders, and the
chief part of Asia Minor, with Its flouf
iBhing cities, had been wrested from
the Byzantine monarchs by conquering
Isham; yet the annual Income of the
successors of Constantinople amounted
to $650,000,000. The revenues of the Sul
tan's empire havo shrunk to $90,000,000
per' rear. Such is the blight which
Turkish mlBrule has brought upon soma
of tho fairest regions of the earth.
Facts Aleut th i President.
AH but one of the presidents Bu.
chanan married. All but one Cleve
landwere married before they wero
elected president. Cleveland was tho
only president married In the whits
house. Two presidents Tyler and
Fillmore married twice. Five Wash
ington, Jefferson, Madlsqn, Jackson
snd Fillmore (the Becond marriage)
wedded widows. Another curious presi
dential coincidence Is found in tbe fact
that two presldento Jackson and J. Q.
Adams wore born in the year 1767 and
two Grant and Hayes in 1822. Jack
son succeeded Adams and Hajcs fol
It Did $o TTork.
A rich farmer In Michigan iBdcwn on
the national ndmiuistratloni and bo has
let a largu flock of bis sheep perish
from exposure and want of food to
, prw it. He was arrested br agents of
th Society for Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals, and pleaded In his own tie
fenso "tho Democratic administration
kaa bo deprecated the value of wool
und enecp that tt la cheaper to let
tlie animals die than to provide tor
tuera.'' The court would not listen ib
tue.r&UtieM alCe of tV.b cHfw n'ud fined
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&T 137HH.J SA
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