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THE OMAHA DAILY BEliT : WEDNESDAY , JULY 6 , 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
FZTOX , MO. 19 , PEARL BTBBET.
Delivered by carrier In uny put of the city at
twenty cent * per WMk.
H. W. TiLTOjf. - Manatet
BCMHMS Ornci. No. U ,
MiuarKDiiOH No. C.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
Itciter. tailor. Summer poods clicarj.
The remnants of the Coy house arc to
bo patched up with new lumber.
The lady who lost n cold bangle can
find the name ut the HKE otlice.
Alma Campbell and Mancrvn Orne
were granted permission to wed yester
U. L. Boiiriclns and .To h tin P. L. Lohan
wore granted u marriage license yester
Kov. T. J. Mackay last ntpht married
R. L. llouncius uud Miss Lolian , at
A. Green am aycr , tlie stockman , has
1,000 head of cattle at the Council Itluil's
The Dow City band with about forty
citizens from tliat town came to attend
the races yesterday.
Headquarters for tlckcta of admission
to the races at the driving park at Moore
& .KiplinBer'HNo. 410 Broadway.
The funeral of Mabel Foster will take
place at 10 o'clocic this morning from
the residence on South Kighth street ,
near .First avenue.
About 0 o'clock on the morning of the
Fourth a spoilt ball entered the window
of the residence of Charles Loucks.
Luckily it did no damage.
J. G. Tiptu the real estate broker ,
027 Broad iij ( says u number of the
speculators on the races have also specu
lated with him by purchasing lots.
A horse attached to a milK wagon
started oil'on a run yesterday morning
down Glen avenue. lie pulled the post
ho was attached to out of the ground .inj
took it with him down Broadway where
ho was stopped.
Pacific house is the nearest hotel to the
majority of real estate olllces in the city ;
2 per day.
Pools sold every day on all the races
by Al Sweanngen , at Sherlock's , No. 404
Personal I * nragraphn.
S. U. Armington , of Dennison , is at the
Miss Kato Hoiloy left last evening for
B. J. Moore , of Uunlap , is registered at
A. C. Mastcrson , of Lincoln , is a cuest
at the Ugden.
O. E. Comstockand wife , of Blancharu ,
arc at the 1'aciflo.
W. H. Black and wife , of Blanchard ,
are at the Pacific.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bryant , of St. Paul ,
are guests at the Ogden.
II. M. Carpenter and wife , of Audubon ,
are at the Bechtclo hotel.
W.V. . Wheeler and J. I. Myerty , of
Ilarlan , are at thu Bechtcle.
William Woolnor and lady , of Logan ,
were at the Pacific yesterday.
E. G. Tyler and W. H. Logan , of Logan ,
were yesterday at the Pacific.
H. J. Palmer and wife , of Grand Is
land , arc guests at the Pacific.
Mrs. D. Groeg and daughter , of Ne
braska City , have returned to their homo
after visithig Mrs. Greeg's sister , Airs.
W. N. Young.
Latest improved gasoline stoves at N.
604 Main street. W. A. Wood.
J. W. & E. L. Squire make beautiful
abstracts of title and , deserve the success
they are enjoying.
For rupture or hernia , call and get Dr.
Rico's new invention. It makes a man
of you in live minutes. No. pain. No.
H Pearl street.
Engineer Donahue's Funeral.
The funeral of Barney Donahue will
take place at 2 o'clock this ( Wednesday ) ,
afternoon , at the residence , 817 , Four
teenth avenue. It will bo conducted by
the Omaha division No. 181 , Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers , of which ho
Was a member. All members of the
brotherhood are invited to incut at the
house and join in the services.
When yon arc in the city stop at the
Pacific house. Street cars pass Hie door
every fit teen minutes for all the depots.
Meals DO cents each.
One thousand head of ono , two and
three-year-old steers for sale. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire of A.
J. Urcenamaycr , Creston House.
A Scare For Nothing.
About 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
cook at Bockloy's restaurant In the Mint
wont to iill the gasoline stove from a live
gallon can. The gasoline caught fire and
was rushed out into the alloy where it
was allowed to burn until some ono sent
in an alarm and the tire department
turned out. Chief Tompleton then e.xtiu
guiahed the blaze himself.
Pools sold every day on all the race ?
by Al Swearingon , at Sherlock's , No. 404
Undo SAIU'H Houuo.
The plans and specifications for the
iron stairway in the government building
were received .Yesterday from the super
vising architect ut Washington.
Martin Hughes & Son have finished
their contract for concreting the lloors
up to the level of the joist.
The slate roofing contract has been
The cooper work will bo completed
this mouth ,
For female diseases and chronio dis
eases of all kinds , call on Dr. Hico , No.
11 Pearl street , Council Blutls , Iowa.
J. V. Sadowski and Charles De-linger
had a shoot at Pcorla rctl birds on the
Fourth , the following being the score :
Sixty yards out of a possible twentv-flva
Stdowskl. . . .10111 01101 mil 00101 10100-10
Ueilniser . 01011 10110 01101 11110 10100 15
At tlifl thirty yards rise
Bndowskl. . . . 11101 01111 11111 11111 01111-23
Dallnger . 01111 OOlou mil Ollil 10111 13
At the Pacific house you will save from
50o to | 1 per day. Try it and bo con
Visitors to the races should not forgot
to call on J. G. Tipton the real estate
broker and speculate in some real estate
while hero. Buy a lot from Tipion now
and when yon return to thu next ruces
you will have a stake.
Pools sold every day on all the races
by Al Swcaringou , at Sherlock's , No. 404
John Tiornoy , who was so badly In
jured on the night of the Fourth , was not
expected to lira during the night. His
condition was so critical that death wan
THE FLEET-FEETED FEATS ,
The Second Day's Races Sqnaiely Won and
In Good Time.
TO-DAY'S WILL BE BETTEft YET.
The InciuKHt On tlio Dead Engineer
Points From the 1'ollce Stars The
lied nirds-nrlcn * .
The ; Ilacc * .
The day opened threateningly and it
seemed that the driving park was to have
its usual fate of a ruiny drowning out of
nil hope of a successful meeting. The
cloudngavo wuy , however , nnd the after
noon opened finely. The pool sellers
were a little less enthusiastic than the
day before. The announcement of the
judges declaring the pools nnd bets oil'
the day before caused disappointment to
many nnd a great deal of growling. To
the public generally the assurance thus
given that there must bo sqii-ire work
and driving to win caused much satis
faction , however.
The crowd was not largo. Dennison
sent n goodly delegation of about forty
nit'uons with the Dow City band , which
urnlshcd music yesterday afternoon.
The lirst event was
TUB UNKtNISHF.DDlSj PACH.
n which two heats wore won by Little
da Uic day before. Nellie I ) , who won
his race at MarMialltown , had numerous
nickers despite the odds against her. It
vas hcllcvod that she could win the
ace , if pronerly driven. There was con-
iderablo time spent in scoring. A fair
tart was had and the race was speedily
nishuil. Little Ida kept a length ahead
lirougli , both she and Nellie H. trotting
teudily and speedily. The heat was made
U 3.80 } .
Jttlo Id * Ill
Vellle 13 322
Monkey Kollo 8 5
ixprcss 4 S S
lay Diamond 574
Inmljrino 1'rlliCD 740
Jesslu Moore . . . . _ 0 C 7
The next race was
The starters as placed were : Ired
Sell , C. E. Mayno. Omaha ; Earl Mc-
iregor , of the Graham stocK farm ,
111. ; Xeno , J. W. Voglesong ,
< : iyrla , O. ; Mabel H. , Chas. C. Lyford ,
Minneapolis ; Hen Star , E. T. Grccr ,
'Columbia , Tcnn.
The first heat had a beautiful start.
For the lirst half Fred Neil led , with Mc-
jreuor n lengtii behind him , and the
itliers strung out at about oven distances.
On the back stretch the horses bunched ,
"IcGregor , who had made two breaks ,
mt catching himself and losing nothing ,
tame steadily ahead , while Fred Neil was
passed by one after another. All trotted
iteadily , and the heat was won by Mc
Gregor in 2:24 : > , Hen Star second , /.ono
hud , Mabel il. fourth , and Fred Neil
ast.McGregor , vlio had been the favorite
n the pools , became solidly backed.
The'second heat resulted exactly as
.ho lirst , except it was slower. It was
prettily trotted , the horses keening
snugly bunched And vioming in close to-
ccther. McGregor took the heat in
.0 . r. I .
The third heat was the deciding one.
t was easily won by Earl McGregor , and
ie only change in position was that
eno , by going'ou" his feet , dropped back
to fifth place , Fred Neil passing third
under the wire , though closely Tapped.
Time 2:2(5 : ( } .
Sari .McGregor 1 1 1
.Jen Star " " "
Ceno 3 is r
Kreil Neil 5 5 ! 1
Mabnl II 4 4 4
Tlmo-2:24K : , 2:3 : ! % 2 : % ' ,
The fifth race of the meeting , nnd the
closing one of the afternoon's pro-
ramme , was
wasTIIK 2:35 : VAGINO.
The starters drew positions as follows :
Duplex , E. F. Greers , Columbia , Tcnn. ;
Alanibrmo Prince , A. lieckenbergor ,
West Liberty ; Nellie . , A. H. Williams ,
bia , C. E. Mayne , Omaha ; Ked Kover ,
Hob Stewart , Kansas City.
Mattllarlo had entered Warren Daily ,
another Council Ulull's horse , Out he dm
There was much local interest felt in
L. Hoist's pray gelding , Gray Jim. lie
had not been in training but sixty days ,
and this was his first race. Ho had
shown line speed in training , but ho was
in too fast company , and got shut out.
Duplex , the favonto in the pool , trav
elled speedily and steadily , but Billy the
Kid went flying around , lln had an un
favorable send oil' , but his rapid pushing
to the lead was fine. Ho won the heat in
2:24 : } , Duplex a close second , Charm
The second heat wa a speedier one ,
and was well naeed. Duplex won it , but
the Kid was close upon him , while Mam-
brine Prince was a hot third. Time
2:22f. : After passing under the wire.
Mambrino Prince's sulky struck that of
Red llover. There was a sudden clash ,
anil Ked Hover went down on his back
and his driver went over his head. The
wreck was cleared up quickly and did
not prove so serious us seemed at first
The third heat was hotly contested be
tween Duplex , Hilly the Kid and Mam
brlno Prmco. The Kid got n bad start
again , but the three came up snug to
gether at the half-milo post , and from
them it was neck and neck to the turn ,
nnd on the homo stretch u hub-und-hnb
race between the Prince and the Kid ,
while Duplex was but slightly in the
The clouds which had been gathering
begun to give a sprinkle just as the heat
opened , and it was paced in n gentle
shower. The track was a little heavy , but
it was made in 2:25 : , Second place
was even as between the Kid and the
Prince. Prince Columbia was distanced
The rain let uu between the heats , bin
began to let down as the horses wcro
culled out again. Hod Hover was drawn.
Thu fourth was the deciding heat , giving
the ruco to thn favorite , Duplex , in 2:2 : ; ! .
The heat was without incident , but Billy
the Kid made it dcwdcdly interesting by
lapping the winner much of the way
around , and giving a hot finish.
Duplex 3 111
Billy the Kid 1 a 0 a
Mambrino 1'riiico 5 80S
Nellie U , 4 654
Clmrm S 4 4 dr
tied Hover .0 5 0 dr
1'rlnce Columbia 7 7 dls.
Tlmo 12U4 f , 2:2itf : , 2:2.3iu. : : .
The music civen by the Dow Cjty band
yesterday afternoon at the raens was
especially tine. It has been given rank
as ono of the best bands in the state , and
those who heard it for the first tune
yesterday would doubtless not dispute
this claim. Gene Guilil gave a trombone
&olo , which was wonder fully well ren
dered. It was not surprising to hear the
judges rail out whllu waiting for the
noises to come on "Give us some more
of that good music. "
The starter , Mr. Smith , took occasion
between boats to scorn the horsemen who
had allowed tluMU'i'lvc-s to ho interviewed
by the ( ) mahi : II T iltl , and wtio roared no
lustily about li -i di-claring all bet : * and
pools oil' . Hu renewed his declarations
that these races wcro not squarr. and he
advised these gentlemen that the less they
penuleil luch criticisms in jyiblic. Uio
better for them. The less the matter was
stirred tip the better for them.
Jack i'cregoy remembered those of the
press gangycsterdny Who were compelled
to work at the races , while others wcro
watching the speeders. The box of Pore-
Roy & Moore's best cigars were grate
fully received and heartily enjoyed by
The chariot race , n mile dash , caused
the usual enthusiasm yesterday. These
horses arc runner * , for a fact , and four
abreast , form an exciting socctaclo.
There was but ono fight .yesterday , and
it was like the fool's gun , "bang It went
and never went otF. " The two pugilists
faced each other threateningly and
waited for somu ono to comu up and part
TO PAY'S HACKS.
A rich treat is promised to-day. The
3:33 : trot , first on the programme , then
the 2:2.T : trotting and the free-for-all pao-
ing. There will bo a mile chariot race
llio Hhcll Swindle.
It seems strange that after so much
free advertising as the street fakirs have
been given , they should continue to catch
so many suckers. Several shell shovors
arc openly carrying on their swindling
game on the streets. It is the old , old
trap , by which the egotistical victim , who
thinks lie can beat another fellow's game ,
is quickly caught. The only stock in
trade required consists of three lint
shells , and a little ball , and the .sucker is
led to believe that ho sees just where the
clumsy operator has placed the ball. So
certain is he that he is sharnor
than the sharper that he bets
his money freely. An occasional win
ning makes the victim more eager. The
worst feature is that some of these street
swindles have obtained a license from the
city , and while technically they are not
iuithori/.pl ( to swindle the public , yet
practically they are. The police under
stand that they are not expected to inter
fere with these follows. There are a
number of such games being played pub
licly which in allwoll ordered cities are
ruled out. Council Hlull's cannot allbrd
for n few dollars paltry license to protect
such a class of street fakirs. At the sarnn
time the best protection a man can have
is common sense enough to hang to his
money , and not think himself too smart.
It is hard for the city to furnish both
police and brains t suckers who are
bound to be caught.
"Accidental" Is the Verdict.
The coroner's jury met yesterday
morning to inquire into the death of
Harney Donahue , the Kansas City , St.
Joe & Council Binds engineer who was
killed in the Kansas City yards on Mon
day night. The jury was composed of C.
Wesley , James P. Olcson and J. 11 ,
John Johnson testified as to noticing
the deceased on the track and afterwards
that ho saw deceased lying on the track ;
notified the hreman who was running the
engine , ho was lying across the rail.
Donahue was last scon alive walsingon
the track with his face toward the en
Charles Hunyon , fireman , sworn as to
the details of the movement of the switch
engine when John Johnson signaled him
to slop and told him the engineer was
killed. The deceased had been away
from the engine about fifteen minutes.
John Sweeney testified that he met
Donahue and went to Tiernan ; came
back together and went to look at the
car where Tiernan was supposed to have
been previously hurt ; then left him , Don
ahue walking toward his engine.
The jury then rendered as their verdict
that deceased cume to his death by binng
run over accidentally by Chicago , Uur-
'ington & Qttincy engine No. 830.
Notes From I'ollco Court.
Justice Schurz dealt out justice to the
Fourth of July arrests yesterday morn-
Thomas Golden was an ordinary
drunk and was requested to put up $7.0. ( !
The case of M. O'llearn , who tried to
beat his way into the fair grounds , was
Henry Manning forfeited $10 appear
ance money by his non-appearance.
W. B. Brown's case was continued
until this evening.
William Holder's and T. M. Brown's
cases were postponed until to-day.
Kdward M. Spencer was lined 7.00 for
J. L. Pierce , charged with larceny
from store No. 710 Broadway , had his
case continued until to-day.
Bryan Murtha was requested to put up
Robert McPherson and William John
son were synt down for ten days on
bread and water.
Abuse of the Athletic Sports
Scribncr's Magazine for July : At no
time in the history of our country hits
more attention been given to the subject
of physical training than is given to it at
the present day.
Schools , colleges and Christian associa
tions are building costly gymnasia , while
athletic organizations , bull clubs , boat
clubs , tennis clubs , etc. , are forming in
many of our towns and cities.
Fifteen thousand dollars is expended
annually to bring the Yale and Harvard
boat crows together at New London , and
it Is estimated that (50,000 does not meet
the yearly expenses of the athletic organ
ization of these two universities Add
to this sum the cost of athletic sport.s to
the smaller colleges and city clubs , nnd
the total would foot up in the millions.
The object of this outlay is to vanquish
some rival club , to win a championship ,
to beat the record , or to furnish recrea
tion and amusement to those who arc
willing to pay for it. With the repre
sentatives of our institutions of learning ,
and with a portion of the intelligent pub-
lie , the object of the encouragement
given to athletics is to countcrict the
enervating tendencies of the times , and
to improve the health , strength , and
vigor of our youth.
Tills being the face , the questions at
once arise , how largo a proportion of
young men in the laud systematically
practice athletics ?
Probably less than 1 per cent.
How largo a proportion of those who
are members of athletic organizations
lake an active part in the sports fostered
and patronized by their respective clubs ?
Probably less than 10 per cent.
In the opinion of the writer the cause
for so little active interest athletics is an
increasing tendency with us , as a people ,
to pursue sport as an end in itself rather
than as means to an end.
In making excellence in the achieve
ment the primary object of athletic
exercises , wo rob them of half their value.
GEORGE J , GOULD.
U cof The Great Financiers of the
One of thn young men in town about
whom there is probably as much talk as
about any other is George J. Gould , the
son of Jay Could , says the Graphic. Yet
Gcorgo is lc. s known to the general pub
lie than many a young man with fewer
claims to notieu. Ho was in the Holl'man
house last night , caught down town in the
titorm , and was chatted not n littlfi lij
hi.s friends on the seclnsinn into which hi
hnd dropped since his marriage about a
year ago with the pretty little lady ho
iarri : < ! d away from her chosen place bo
tore the footlights. For a young man
who will , in thn natural course of things
bo one day a great financial power In tn <
business of thla country , George J. Gould
ISA singularly modest and retiring char
acter. He la jiut entering his twenty
fifth year , U ( mtdium neigati
SPECIAL PRICES for 30 DAYS
On Furniture , Household Goods , Stoves , etc. , to make room
for Fall Stock.
A. J. MANDEL , - - No , 325 Broadway
! Council Bluffs , Iowa.
No. 201 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Both Domestic and Foreign ,
Real Estate Broker and Dealers
Council It I u ( ft OUtrc ,
Temple. Onuilia Olllceo 111
\orlli Kill ! street.
I'nrtleuliir attention given to In-
veittliig fumls for 11011 re l-
deiiti. Special bai-Kiilim in lot * V
acre properly in Oniulia iV Coun
cil l luII' * . Correnpuiilenuc nolle-
BECHTELE'S ' NEW HOTEL ,
Best $2.00 a day house in the west.
LOCATION , THE BEST , FIRST CLASS TABLE , SAMPLE ROOMS and
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES !
Regular : : Boaiders : - : Reduced : : Rates.
BEST MAKES AND HIGHEST GRADES OF
Pianos and Organs
Persons wibhing to purolwM , ' instruments "will find it to their interest to
call on us.
IntilriiiiiciiKi Tuned and llepaired. % Ve never Tall to Rive MitlNt'aelion.
Over 2O yearDxpcricnce in Piano nnd Organ Work.
Swanson Music Co.
No. 327 Broadway , Council Ulufls Iow ft
complexion , and full black eyes , and has
n quick , nervous manner that contrasts
peculiarly with the impassability of his
rather. lie sticks close to business , and
is a stonily unit hard worker every day at
His ollice in the Western Union building.
Tint nnui about town who Know him wuil
look upon ( ti'onro : is a sensible man , who
in the whirl of Fife in Now York was a
clear , genial gentleman , nnd loved a
pleasant evening as well as the mostoare-
less among the gilded youth of the me
tropolis. IJut he hns settled down now ,
and scarcely ever spends an evening
away Ironi the modest brown stone house
on Forty-seventh street around the cor
ner from his father's bi residencewhere
ho and his pretty bride of year ago
spend their lives together.
REAL ESTATE ,
VBcnnt Lots , Lnni'a. City Hrslduncu * nd
Farms. Acre property In western purt of city.
All folllnir ulieup , * " *
E. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & Iprance Agent ,
Koom 5 , over Olllcer .V 1'Ufoy's Hunk , Councl
Men nflnlrc frori ! . - ! Vl ,
ja jf > ur
Af t Mf N.r.-M. Itrktlllr. I <
V Xl * f\ _
lrKon , . - Kf p1 u wlih
MUIHIIMUI N. t9tvk PUcf , Niw Irtrt.
O. R. ALLEN ,
Over JVb. 12 North Main St.
county m-'ips , of cities and counties
LAMPS , GLASSWARE ,
- AND -
Fric.cn Very Low ,
W. S. HOMER & Co. ,
JN'O. XX MA1X ST. ,
CO US VI L 11 LUFFS , IA :
BEST -LIGHT LIVERY
The finest of driving horses alwaysou
haiul and for sale by
Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards
lliouawuy , Council Ulutrs , Opp Dummy Depot
_ _ K
Horsoa and mules kept constantly
hand , lor sale at retail or in car lo.v
Orders promptly tilled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
SHLUTKK & HOLEYProprietors. .
Telephone No. 11
Formerly of Keil Sale , Stables , corner
lit. ave , an < l 4tU st
X X X X
X X X X
ARE ALL RIGHT !
For Everybody to Come to
HARRNESS BROTHERS' -
COMMENCING MONDAY , JDLY 4th.
No postponement on account of the weather.
We shall close out without regard to cost
In Summer Dress Goods ,
Wash Goods , Hosiery , Etc. J
And Secure the Best Selections ,
We are Headquarters for *
Carpets of all Kinds.
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
mail. N. B. Special attention given all orders by
Coaches and Hacks in City.
WILLIAM WELCH ,
No. 418 Broadway The Manhattan ,
Na. CIS Main Street , Telephone No , 93.
OIIN r. STONE. JACOB SIUI
STONE & SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law *
ctice in the State and Keder.i Court ! .
Rooms 7 and 8 Shugirt-Beno Block.
Justice of the Peace.
Otllccover A uierlcan
In Amber ,
etc. , Hair On
nnnipiits , as
well an the
eltics iu hair
- iiiudcto order
Mrs. C. L. Gillette
20 Mala St. , Council JUulTs , Iowa. Out
of town work solicited , and ull mull
order : ] promptly attended to.
Justice o ± the Peace ,
415 Broadway , C'ouncll BlufTs.
Refers to any batik or businecfi house in I he
city , Collections a specialty.
T.nnrelmtHln white , black duel all colon. Pat *
Urn lionnvts , bin. ) and toque * , specialty.
No 151i Uoutflni at. , Omnlm.
Special ndvorUsomentl , sucti u Loit , Found
Oolxitn , For Bale , To Kent , Tianti , Hoarding ,
to , will belniorUd In thli column at tb low
ratuofTENCKNTSI'EH LINK foriU.nut tuner-
Ion nndiv C ntaPerLlnef ch aubMqiiout
Innurtloi. Lvur * adrurlliemuntit M our oUctj
NiU I'earl itrcct , n ar Uraadwar , Couuull
WANTKO-Sltuutloii In a rtniK stoic. Two
ycnrs oxporlcnoo. Good reference , i ) .
B , llco ollloo.
171OK 8ALII rows and hoisea for eulo ; out
-L year's ttmo ( men.
( lood ( lasturaxe nnar citjr fur rout.
100 ncies Bood luud tofoalo jUBteutt of Col *
onol Hnpn'a fiirin.
Apply to llorncn F.vorett , Council UluCTs ,
CIIKAl' A 4-biirnor coal oil steve , cnoklnr
attachment mid < > \en. licit uoul oil stovy
tn nmruct ; hux lioun uc < i ono soaeoiu A. J
Mundel , No. : C5 Ilrouilwuy ,
' " rallronTf llfTv
WANTKO-r'ltty" Um mi and
liion trmnxtur , wheeler holders , BIIIHO
lioldere , Krubliora mid uz men for railrond
work nn brnnuli of 1' . , i : , & Mo Valley , rim-
nltiv from 111 ? Cut.tt mile * noi tliwcht of umabit ,
to 0. St. 1' . , M. 4 O. It , it , W KPH for teaini
M.M per dixy , teiun&tuis 135 per month , day
men from fl.Wltcl S'-'I > er day. Apply ut work7.
Ciouldcn It Malttiy.
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