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JOSH T. JAMES,
' . . i one DOBtu, v
b by carrier. tree
07 .. . low ul BbexaL
n-uw has the largest
. . A.T-ti
d hiJ daughters sailed
, relation, of any newspaper
M ArJcTM,:!- receipts during her
play tho part
Oar Boss" at the
Miil KottciCJC 15 to
c'lsd Theatre, in IMiduii.
r. !.,. Wm. A. Bcaeb, one of tho
.-Kliu tLo Ikccbcr-Tilton case, i'
r, CruJ to be d ving in New York.
nf ihsdimiih. or London, has dis
. i i
-r.nxla process by wmcn rotor on
cjirble may be rendered imperishable.!
Jutia McCarthy, if politics will pcr
j,,:," xWil America this Fall on a
lit'turin tour. He will avoid Irish
... , .
Mr. Kate Chaw Sprajuo is eiving
melty receptions on Tuesday evenings J
ti ter rciMcucc iu Avenue ua iwis ue
"Adam Bed bas been dramatized
Lj Howell Toole and shortly will bo
j nd-ccd In London, George Ulgoold
ajp-ermr.r, ta the ti:le role.
jrd J.jttoo's daughter, a girl ol
CI'mo jeari. has written a romantic
Fhcwt iryn and the story has ben
printed for private circulation.
Mm MaLone and Miss Mahono, the
wife and daughter of the Virginia
P'litician. were amng the many out
fi..'u passengers by transatlantic
s.'raaiers on Saturday
Iwrenco Barrett's impersonation of
l:i-htlUu is mentioned by the London
A'MntTHHX a "refined and graceful and
tuid of t)flence' and it says it is "al
rooit imprcss'iTe and throughout pic
turviquo aad acceptable."
"John Marshall, Chief Justice United
States: erected by the bar of the United
Slates. A. D. MDCCCLXXXIV," is
the Inscription on tho ' pedestal ot the
atueof Chief Justice Marshall, about
to !o erected in Washington.
An Indian medicine man at Carson is
nunccil to death for failing to effect a
cure in a certain case. The patient is
cot dead yet, and tho medicine man is
allowed to liTO until ho dies. Two
jraves ba?e been dog. however.
WILMINGTON. N. C. THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1884.
Wt.wlli beglad to reeelve eosaaaalcauoi a
from ocr Wends oa any; aad - all nbjcls lot
eaerallaiextat but :r ' ' - I .
' Tae nxme el tte. writer mnst atwayat Wr
atahM totaeEdlUn. V AM i 3.
QmmnnlatIOMmut b wrltiw ca o:y
oaetWeot th paper.", ";-'.'! ' .
Tenonanucamuaibe aToidod. - :
A tt Xa eapcdanj and parUculaxry un er
stood that the Editor doe aofaiwaVa endo-M
NO. 109 lhe of corrwpondenta uOm o
ra ine eaiwriai colmaaa.
The Morrison bill being defeated, it
is now in order for those who have so
intern perately urged its passage to make
the most of a bad bargain. Tho Re
view took iU position on thi3 question
six months ago and has not been 'en
gaged of late in fighting windmills.
Wo believe in tariff reform, wo want
tariff rclorm and we will have tariff
reform ; but wc have never yet seen the
time when this reform could be accom
plished. It is the zca!o!s and (tho
fanatic in tb Democratic parly who
havo brought this state of thing to pass.
When the subject ol reform was first
mooted in tho House thcro were filty-
seven Democrats who voted with Mr.
Randall in canens against its considera
tion this session. This should have
been taken as a sufficient! indication
that there was too serious a division
in toe party at that time to allow of
the question being discusfed at all in
open IIouso It was urged, too, upon
the party by prominent men and news
papers all over the country that It was
unwise and inexpedient to force this
Usue at this tiiue.-but in despite of these
facts tho fanatics ruled and have almost
ruined their party in the brief space of
m .ft m
a row momns. iney piajeu a great
stake for a bauble, a plaything, and
they have lost. It tbey had won. the
question arises, what would they have
done with th'eir pretty toy? and we an
swer that it would have been dead and
buried in less than three weeks, stabbed
to u cat n witn a paper cutler in some
dark pigeon bole in a; Senate commit
tee room. It is strange to think that sen
sible u:en should. havo played so large a
game foe so pitiful a stake.
We havo no defence for Mr. Randall.
He has acted unwisely and almost
criminally in bolting the party caucus
but we must remember that ho ! has
but voted inconsistency with the princi
ples which ho has professed for a life
lime, as lor nis ueiraciors iney are
more to blamo than he is for they have
forced upon him an issue which he
studiously tried to avoid.
from Over the Sea
ot those Given up as
Wllmf ocrton Library I Associa-
' j ' tion. I
lhe following report, made by
Messrs. M. S. Willard and Iredell
Meares, committee, which is to be sub
mitted at the annual meeting of the
W.lmington Library Association lc
uifcuk, uu wuica n&s cc?n lurnismu us
for publication, will be read by all who
It was feel au interest iu the growth aud pros-
a step- pern. oi iue Association :
A letter was received hero this morn
ing which brought relief and joy un
speakable to anxious hearts,
written by Mrs. Williams,
daughter of Mr. U. J. Scarborough, The undersigned committee, repre
whn irriotf mHt in ihn Winfjr'ntit. senling lhe directors of the Wilmibston
v tr-ii f.i i . Library Association, respectfully! sub-
L. Williams, of the schooner Mary K. mit th6 voit of the board. The LU
tcmcrux. of Wilmington. Dol., and brary has been reorganized within the
left here on that vessel with her bos- present fiscal year aud placed upon a stockholders of tho Carolina Central
band lor New Yort. Alter discbare- JZ;T&1 Railroad Con,panjwaS held t II o'clock
ing her cargo the vessel took another T9 ana magazines are kept on file. tnis forenoon, at the office of tho cam-
cargo for Jacksonville. Ha., and sailed and by the rules ot order observed the pany, in their new building on Front
from New York, with Mrs. Williams murarj uow au auracuve resort lor street.
on board, on the 28th ql March last. The President's
Mr. James Rossds giving an interest- j
I ing entertainment with eight wonderful
ly trained Antra nt ofnrA Vn inn M"rVof
1 m iff! KlTFV!cn V . r . v .
street, where he will remain but a day IN T .w iis ibaactid
or so, as he has an engagement in New by lh0 Baak ihu city on Saturday, ich
York, and will leave for that city by M r, that day bcln a Lrsai Holiaay,' and ail
next steamer, tie was hero with tho
Huujply Duuipty troupe; a short time
ago aud the dozs were a marked feature
of that eutcrlainiucut. lie has tixetl
the price of admission at 10 uenig.
which is cheap enough. It
Carolina Central Ilailroud.
The regular annual meeting of the
pair malaring on IbelClh, U due and jpaya-
btc on Ibc day previous. U
A. Ki WAJEiCaaLkrV
( Jlni National Kink.
S D. WALLACE, CahIT.
ma u Uank of Nw Hanortr
since which time nothing had been
heard of her or her crew until this
morning, and, as a matter of course.
the eravc3t apprehensions had been
felt in rezard to tho fate of the loved
The letter was dated at Port Spain,
Trinidad, April 24th, 1884, and from
its contents we learn that after leaving
Sandy Hook they bad pleasant weather
BOOKS I WW m. AVnaiuisUb f ltUlll
The books have been catalogued I the gross reveoue of the road for ithe
and a careful system of loaning them fiscal year commencing. April 1st, 1883,
instituted. This neglect heretofore
counts for broken sets of books appear na,j "s. -or.-i
Dr. S. C. Ellis,
XTO. 323 SOUTII FoDRTrr Trtwr
JLl poslte ailller's Drnr Sfnw i inttt
9 to 12 a.m., 2 to Sp. mT
may o it .
Ofliso I ours
number of valuable books being lost to
Ik. T iKwiro fnnolIia u?k V. . r 4-U.
tho i.ihrorV'iva r;iUrrori ot ih s, r Leaving a balance of.
the entrance of the Federal troona into This was a fal
. . .490.9?7.0
rjlHlTCSDAY, MAY SUi,
- H 3
OF.SUMUKi; MILLINElir, j
At h MRS. E. A. LUAIDKVd.
LaiHea aro InvUetl to call. ' . my c ?i
A! A W A rr it I . .
as compared . -L. : . - .ST i ! i
withthose of last year ; but the credit At No. G South Front Streot.
ingotT of S4 1.000, as
this city. The Library nowcontains in compared with the receipts of last year,
round numbers twentyfiye hundred The falling off in the crop on the lino
ju "c.uui:i j t r r I of the road was felt hv IHa mm in its
until about 10 o'clock on that niirht "l"?jr"tk?J
, . uiueuH auu suvoruuicait puuiications, i 6iuao
when it oegan 10 diow. a . nurncane wyje tne rest comprise chiefly histori-
of the road bavins been fullv establised
. nnirDn tko I iisnea twenty vears since : - it is total iv .
d.fi-.ent in-uTt., nf,tannhHp,V"' itwas decided by the authorities to
gale then shifted to the southwest ith nntinn' continue the necesaarv renairs and
wbicnseniine scnooner sun lunner and it iS this character of books which httAmrta invino. tWctoni ,?ia xrn
from her destination, ine vessel lost are cnieny caiiea lor ana neeaea. 11
I ii i tit -i i
nersausanu raaaa iermuua JTiX road, and the coming year will mark as
time tO KeCP Oil tne rOCKS. One it- M1nflt;nn4 Snflnonoo and nn. mn mnrnvmnti oo tlia M.ntne
was leaking badly and signals of portunity enlarged. - An effort should will normir Af-??:. fc5;9WAN'.?1? Orange- at, 0Kt
.lUti-M. wem shown, but the sea was be made to immediately raise a fund. V. ' patmS 'v l?" S "tsf AirNM
.h to nermit of assistance com. either by a series of entertainments; , e."""rraeu","ie a7 L5 Tityi.nt
o - nMAh hnmavap nrnmioo T-or-rr lltfla in IU1LIUS LrUIUDuUV. ULKJIl WDOui WG (la 111 I uaDSlcrirll La I rill mTr1'Vl l.tf .11
.-w.. w.v.. w.wuiw in Jibvio u 1 - i - - ' T,,. 1..r J .V .. .K ."
BEST 5c CIGARS r Aprf s DljuW. A pre.
?e?A JL0- 8Iuf cr n,! Ton our. O ly ra
and Ccw)lcst of Drang ht Ber. , -
IIed Qoartera new Harp Band ; and lon't
you forget It V anlt
To tho Ladies.
ing irom the shore. " On the Monday
following a vessel was seen
proefsa. Theladlca are respectfully luvltoM
no l.onu7.y Pecuniary results, or by enlisting the and through whose courtesy we were Seaii WexaStAS
and signal, mteres'. of our wealthier citizens and frnihpd with ihi infnrmiin apisoi
the vessel at a moment's notice, as the
leak kept gaining upon .them, and as
ed. but the s gnals were not heeded, securing from them acontribution large t.;f f r cfQ1,iM;la ' . , . rr r H
reparation, were made for leaving Purchase a fair., eo.p.ete edTr Mjt'u Gibson's Imported Caildy.
the present Summer.
Oil.Xwll li. i vuw tumuli wuu4Uiv.t. I M . , uikofltid,
Wfl kava nnmnna hnndMil onr) oivt.i I. At All fMPrtinn fnr a Ttnqrd nf nirPt-l rihnoAhfa xr.mi - n... 1
uo was woucu pnujanj " i active memoers. inrough tne personal i" roau ior me present year, tne
roaa iron, ii was eviucui tuttt sue vuum exeriiuaa ui iaia oosra eigaiyjneaiDers um i-wwwu, viis;
r - i . i i t r ii .
IIOEX TO MEW AOVERtTsEMEHTS.
C W Yatks ;roiact
IlKXXSBKKOKJt 5CW Music
Notice Closing ot B&nks
Wilmington Library Association
II Dmchhild A Bko For Sale Low
AttcnUon Members WbFE Co No 1
Howard BeUf riro Engine Company
F C Miller Gibson's Imported Candy
I 1 Tr ii . i
i i, B'.Ur wo pas vuar.ii our coiiecuou oi oooks
xuesuay nuou vcaeci uy,y t could be enlarged. our membershiD
wnicn was signaneu, auu mo iruSci wouia naturally increase. It is only
hnro. (lnwn alonsrside. and. after im- large enough now to pay current! ex-
mnnsfl toil and irroat risk, succeeded in penses, leaving absolutely nothing lor
. , , .rtrwi tne purchase of books ; but if it can be
rescuing them from their almost hope- h t t hnnrlmJ. I nnr
less situation. Dy a singular comci- current expenses could be- met J and cers were reelected.
;innm i hn vpqul tvhoqft onoortuno arri-1 several hundred dollars annually ex-1 - -
w rw . 1 -Mwrcr a TkircimronirEivmD
i j .1.- rvM,--i. Denaea ior cooks . iverv memDer on " ivjLxoiiu.jciXf xo
; . , . . .u the Library every Wilmingtonian
Jas. S. Whedbee , J. L. Minis. R. C.
Hoffman, M. l Ix;ak, W. W. Cbam-
bcrlaine, John M. Robinson, John C.
Winder. R. b. Tucker and Severn
Subsequently, at a imeetinsr
"Board of Directors, all ot tho o
Scotch, Cherry and Strawberry Tablets, at
, ' , - .-...-..
- : .. V. O. MILLKB'S,
Comer fourth and Nnn st s
bf the I
1G ; AIARKBT STKEUT.
TCE CREAM SODA WATfiB.
BS AND FL0WEF8,
irugsaau x'aien i sj calcines. i .
CpnoJey's Cologne Is the best In the city
from a watery crave, proved to be the :r" ,Tr;;:; M"a ' nlXT i" UTTENTIflV MRMRFRS-W S F P, m m i lZE""0 Pwrwij ataii hou uy-attt
.huuiu .v .t iiiilu. b buiai&u I uiiuiiiivn iituuivunu lit j ui vvi nvi u 1UXUU . ! l. T. UUNULKV
i i r - i 1 I ' -i I i I a ''., "YfV:"
up a i umjo - Manager.
n.lnMAM ...I rnmln.t. 9 ft S.llln. Il-iv. ... . i - ... . i.L I i .Mt ik h ml o(T.K - tl, n,nnn TTJUI ARK HKTIKKV ORnERKn Tf AP. ' " -
wnkiuuiu uu ii iiuiui(ivu w w Mja yjn(jQ ciearcu irom mis pon on iuo iiu i ututntj, nuiw n uuiu wiaud y pw. -
ff .'u . . m rt n.. lvRna.rT Tlmfll. T?imA I I anil imiilna fn mil 'llirt mill l.AAnni. I -M I
"ti,,,J "v nf IWmW aL fTftnL Williams, his OVI.Ui" . "iAV, w."o Dear at vour Enslne Hall in full uniform for
dlc . ......... pace With our material growtb, seek in narade to morrow fFrldav) aftcmoon. at 4 30
whu auu tiuw auuuwjM o... w ,na morai ana intellectual imnrovpnipiit o'cloct. sham, uv order ot Jrorcman
Munds Bros. & DeRosset
The rcceipU of cotton at this port their clothing and personal effects. of our people, to produce a more com
to-day foot up 6 bales. When thev left their vessel she was pMe civilization in our midst.
in m i : 1 1 i i
a uiuauiuiujA., v I io ine iacfc mat urst quaiuy smrbs aiu i wv ... j Ithe fiscal year:
John Ruskin, writing recently to a
correspondent, frankly confesses him-
may 8 it
Scct'y and Trcas.
Wo invito the attention of our citizens rapidly settling in tho water, ana as
their boats had all been stove by the
wishing anybody any harm, but quite I teinff msulo to order at one dollar iat the terrific gale through which they had Receipts
i - . . .. . . r . I
o.sunctiy tomepoinioi wisaing mosi Wilmington Shirt Factory. tt.
tcoDia ont of his war when he is disl
txwed to eniov himself. CaPL llAl' Becr received a note to-
uay irom uapi. ocrogs, pi mc omun-
Mine. Tatti arriTcd at Qucenstowu Uill Guards, slating that that company
bj the Oregon Saturday morning. Tho would not be able to join in the parade
piiiagc of tho Oregon ws the fastest on Monday tiext, iu consequence of the
on record, beating the Alalia s time loon-completion of their uniforms.
tec hour and forty minulc3, tho bes1
rrfious passarc. Tho Orcvons lime
wasGdajs, 10 hours and 57 minutes.
and the Alaska C days. 13 hours and
passed, their condition was one of ex-1 Expenditures.
.... W I M t m r
Irnn.o ruiril. CT.tntAin LoffC :inn I uamjuuuu uauu
va w sm v i v r
those under him treated the
wrecked voyagers with every
kindness and consideration, and
in their rescue, with a lcarlui sea run
ning, displayed that heroism aud dis
regard of peril which is characteristic
Uur liabilities are siw, wnicti are
offset by cash in hand and dues owing
tho Library, good and collectable.
amounting to SI 18. This shows a de
ficit of $33.68 which can be made good
the coming year. In the expenditures
are included a loss of 80 ou our lecture
course and the expense of furnishing
IIOWABD KELIEF FIRE ENGINE CO. NO. 1.
. i -
A TTENTION MEMBERS! You arc hereby
ordered to appear at your enclno house to
morrow afternoon, at 4 jo o'clock, in lull dress
uiiuorm for a ccnenl parade of toe hre de
partment. 15y order of the Foreman.
J. U. UUlKSUllKiN,
may Sit Rcc. Sect'y.
The Annual Meeting of the Wilmington Li
JgSU'TO DIUECT SPECIAL ATTENTION
to the following timely; remedies: ' ;
ALLEN'S BILIOUS I'M YSIC-i-For all dU
order of Stomach, Llverand Blood.
jNEUKOPATIIIC DEOP3-For JJholcra.
Cnwnps, Colic, Internal Pains, Barns Ithou
matlsm, Spinal Affcclion, &c, Ac, j
WILSON'S; DYSENTERY - SYRUP-JIn
cm-ctiial remedy for I Cholera. ' Drsentcrr.
imrr ouotcia inranium ana iiowci uom-
pjamis generally. , jr. , . , , , , f
m ly 3
- DRUG DEPOT,1
Market and Second Street.
: Wilmington, f.C.
ti.o ttMmor hv . r;i wiiinii ha r i ni hoartrd s.u or. Tho MarLui- lhe JUibrarv liooms , csumaicu at over
k i .i. f.,,,, .....Knnn,! lwt Vn,m Trini. $200- Wo estimate the current cx-
uvu.tuaiiuww uu w . penscs of the Library, as at I present
Nowbcrn to Washington and return, to dad, the latter au island on the North- conducted, at $800 per aunum, leaving
attend the Episcopal Convention, will eastern coast of Venezuela, bouth nothing, however, - for extraordinary
rrim nt tho Uttpr n1:in nn W!nesd:iv Amorirn.. where she arrived in due sea- expenses
H. - . . . . . . m 1 . . . . AT . 1 1. 1 1 C . .1 .J.ll M A I I. M " -
i o daughters oi John iscnocxi, oi morning insieaa oi weancsaay even- sou wiiu au saie auu tvc, u uww We have had to lecture for us this
rroTidenoe, R. I., married brothers, log, as.tho types had it yesterday. the young sailor wile seizca ine nrst year lion. Simon Welfe, Washington,
Ira asd frank Vallfc foar montba Annual Parade opportuoily or writing to relievo her U.C.;Kev.J. Ii. JIawtSoroc. KicU-
awards ,hc two rcmato,DS '.i.tcr. Tbe Ir Uclicf '- ? f"" lheir SfiS KeT iSr" fc-New
turiedtwo brothers of exactly the virfl Eirinc Coiupwv No land Wil- terrible and agonizing suspense. York; and a musical entertainment by
tame mma as tho othera-lra and ni :. m F re Fn-i oe Comnanv WnCD Mrs- Scarborough received the Mendelsohn Quintette m Club, j We
Frank Vaile. but la no wa, related. It fc in '"w I .sZl.i the welcome letter this morning beg mmend m -nclusiou the effi-
I I .1.. ,.A.la miul Willi irktr 'inrt I wvuvj w. ... w. M. . .ww vu(wu0
Mr. Bennett does not get his new boys
nuxed, he has a greater head than most
Ldon, tha invehtor, has assumed
t role of lecturer and cntettaincd an
morrow afternoon. Tho Cornet Con
cert Club will furnish music for the
Ransom McMillan, colored,
of 2.000 pcoplo at Worcester. . . . r- ' , .l:.
.Mk una itQCAUlUitcu
l-tacK-e.j0f bis various devices for
ri tjiaj electricity in electric lighting.
ttciocdultiar telephone, the micro-
fwOCe, chociiTrnh and lha elnrtrie
Qotor ia variocs forms as used on rail
"jsaca ior sewing machine, etc
Ediioa'a drawing iowcr as a lecturer
isoiioated at about $1,000 net perl
ing, charged with disorderly conduct
and was fined S10 for tbe olTense, in
default of which bo was sent below for
Carolino Frank, colored, for disorder
she was overwhelmed with joy. and
as she had had the warm sympathy ot
neighbors in her distress, she announc
ed the safety of her daughter and had
tho hearty and earnest congratulations
of all. It was a happy hour, tears
of joy glistened in many an eye and
reverent hearts breathed silent thanks
work-and interest in tho discharge ot
her duties deserve the appreciation of
the Association. -
M. S. WlLLAUD,
Death by Poison.
Mr. William Frost, res.ding at No.
to God for II is abounding, mercy aud 1609, South Fifth street, took an over-
watchfulness over His children, dose of laudanum yesterday morning;
Mrs. Williams is not yet 20 years of I from tbe effects of which be died at
age, although she has passed through I about 12 o'clock last night. Drs. Ellis
ly conduct was Coed $5. in default of an ordeal such as but few can know and and Wright were in attendance and ad
which abe was sent below for 10 days, which none save those who have had ministered such antidotes as the exi-
like experience in ocean storms can un- gencies of tbe case demanded and were
derstand. She is a quiet young lady, unremitting in their efforts to counter-
. . ... m I ' iL. f a . r ai UT .
beioveu oy uer acquaintances, anu ou
brary Atgoclallon will be held To-Nizht, in!
Library Room, at 8.3-J o clock. Member notl
tied to attend. M. S. WILLARD,
may 8 it ' Sect'y
For Sale tow,
A LOT OF CHEWING TOBACCO, slightly
damaged. Will be sold at low figures to clotc
out and must be sold at once.
H. BRUNU1LD & BKO.,
mayS lw Wlunlngtpn, N. C.
T $1, $l.t5, $2 ANO $2.50 PER SETr.i
HAMMOCKS, BASE BALLS, BATS, Ac.
i" i - . . I i
New and standard SIIEET MUSIC AT ONLY
10 CENTS per copy. . , f
a nose m uisxa soors are still boomur.
Orcr ono thousand rohimefl aold.
Baltimore & WiliuingtoD BOOK AWD -roxKux lis, t
.YATES' BOOK STOKE,
119 Market BtrecL
Stop and Think !
IV YKAI&S IlENT, WILL PUB-
ihe work ct la) ing tho double com-
Bcrcxal cable between Nova Scotia and
3enitown is about to begin. This is
Nor. barque , Tetens. jMarcussen.
cleared to-day fof Bristol. Eng.. with
3 997 barrels rosin, valued at $5,969,
shipped by Mers Paterson, Downing
C. Moselcsr, Rom ill.
167.381. i feet of
B.-u.iackey came. ani ine ui rr
riy ma cnpiul of the owners are a wtj
---laaiwiibe rapidly pashtxl Qmjtr. 110000 ahingles one barrel
comprftion TleUng:hof the two Ur, one barrel rosin and one barrel
will be about 4.30x1 tuilr. Tne pilcbt Tlued at $2,758 67. shipped by
who would hardly be considered equal i
. . i.
to such emergencies, jet ner letter,
thoagh entirely unasumin, breatbrs
the spirit of a heroine, j .
Tho Flslilnc: Kxctirslon.
at the influence of tbe poison, but
willtoat avail. The decased was at ope
time a member of tho police force, was
about 40 years of a?e. and leaves a wife
and two children, both girls.
Qaertkr erne and the American ti
Kow Is the time to gire Smith's Worm
U,L - Jjd-w
The steamer Pusxitort left her wharf J 1 ho purao which was found by Mr. J.
at the foot or Market tn-et at about barter yesterday. local notice or ; which
4.30 o'clock this morning for a day's appeared in the Ecview last night.
sport at the blackfiah grounds. A par- was called ror and the property describ
ty numbering nearly or quite 100 took ed and delivered before all f yester
advantage of tho opportunity offered, day' edition was mailed. It belonged
and we expect that they will return to an eioeny wno comu m auoru 10 lose
i . tm mm a . al.s i ir an.i av n s t w m v rtavini naen t n
tvinw, TVr Rlind &e and &t I loaded down wun uia. iyo nope ia
VnM r,rle U at K. Jacobi's Hard- teiitckness wUi not spoil the capture of medium through wb.cb it was recuver
warolVpot. f ; the spoils or the ocean
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