SemsonaVlo Hiis for the Farm. --
.Cloyek and GbassSeed. There is
no better crop to seed -with than barley,
tho Agriculturist tells us. Six quarts of
clover and four of timothy is tho quantity
per acre. Sow before the land is rolled.
We hare frequently sown a peck of
clover seed per acre with oat "tfitb; 4uiv
cess in every case, but never used more
than two and one-half bushel oi oats for
is not smothered, and in good ground
the oaU will be heavy enough. Grass
And flover mav be sown alone unoir fine
mellow soil, and if the ground is rich,
may yield acutUn$ of hay in i Jnne or
July. Orchard grass succeeds wen in
this way. Cahoon's broadcast sower will
sow four acres with grass, clover, etc ,
in an hour.
B ablet. A warm, dry, rich loam is
the be3t barley soil, but a clay soil, if well
will bring a
OF, THE DAY.
Interesting Item from Iloine and I
Dr. Henry Foerster, PrincE&hop of Bres
an, has been MFweofte to resign bis bishopric
becau Mf promnigated the Papal encyclical
against the ecclesiastical laws In reply to
a query of General Angor s, the commander of
Fort Brown at Brownsville, Texas, states tnar.
Mexicans have burned ranches and robbed and
killed - Inhabitants nWjDprpna C!iristi,7snd
that he half sent arfhlsmocnted force in pur
suit TheParia Vni vers publirfiee a Papal
encyclical renewing the excommunication pro-
fcotmeed agaujtsC the old Catholics of Switzer
land, and couboring the authorities for protect
ing them ...,. For th year endir g December
31, 1874, ihe excess of exports over imports
was $45,969,497, while for the corresponding
period of 1873 the exports exceeded the im-
iMtB by only emJ...... While Col. 8. C
Holland, of Columbus, Ga., and Icte of Mobue
and Newport, was talking to W. L. Cwh, cap
tain of police, a difficulty arose, and Cash shot
. . -i, 1 . . i i vwb -t t
mellowed and dry, wm unng B.gww Wm.
crop. Sow two bushels per ncrej with, jagi ot nlrjem, Ni Y., while intoxicated,
the drill, as last as the land is plowed 1 'ciUDbed his wife to death Two grocers
and harrowed, but if broadcast, use half
a bushel more of seed, and harrow,- .Roll
after sowing in either case, or when the
barley is two inches hight "Either the
two-rowed or to -rowed may be sown;
tho first is the heavier, and the latter
higherpriced in the market.
Oats. Soils that areibist, or: newly
plowed sod, should 1e Psown to oats in
preference to barley. Sow two and pne-
half bushels of seed as'early as possible,
No crop needs a more frequent change
of seed than oats if heavy grain is desired.
New seed should be brought from a cold
climate; that from 'Canada, New Bruns
wick, or Scotland, is to be preferred.
Todder Crops. -Barley and retches,
or oats and peas, may be sown in succes
sion every ten or fourteen days up to
May, for cutting green. For the dairy
there are no more valuable crops; two
and one-half bushels of barley or oats, and
one and one-half of vetches or peas, may
be sown with' the drill or plowed in, with
n three-incH ' furrow. 'It is" difficult .to
were fined $o0 each in New York, for eeiling
adulterated milk ...... W. G. Greaves and Dr.
E. B. Sparhan, on trial at Brockville, Ontario,
for murder in procuring the abortion of Miss
Sophie j Burnham on December 28 last; hare
been' sentenced to be hanged on Jone23.
Greaves was the girl's seducer, and accom-
pameu ncr to vr. tsparnam a omce r. x.
Barnum, the ehowman, has receive the Be-
m . . : : ajar' ' ' At v k
publican nomination ior jnayor oi jjnugeiwi,
Conn. ' .
There are serious, differences between Don,
Carloa and the Carlist council of the province
of Navarre...... The Paris JBien Public says
the Emperor of Brazil proposes to abdicate in
favor of his daughter, the Countess d'Eu, and
make his home in the United States. .... -.The
trial of the Guikwar of Baroda, on the charge,
of attempting to poison the, British resident at
his court, has reaalted in the disagreement of
the commission before which the case ,was
tried.. .. .: Resolutions ordering three separate
and dititinct inquiriesinto the canal frauds were
passed by the Canal, board, the Senate and the
Assembly of New York State. . . . i The Gov
emor of Texas has appealed to the President for
aid, to. euppresB the outrages perpetrated by
number of Spanish soldiers shun by tho votr.Uo. f
since the Cuban war began is twenty-fold that
hich has fallen by native steel and lead
Governor Porter, of Tennessee, has pardoned
ex-State Senator McSenna, who was only a few
weeks ago sentenced to fire . years in the peni
tentiary for marrying his former wife grand
daughter.. . . . .Many of the volunteers arriving
in Cuba from Spain are Carlist prisoners tho,
after being captured, prefer Cuba to home
prisons.. 4. A destructive fire with loss of life
occurred at Basalo, N. X.;.,JlcCartney, re
cently arret) ted in Texas charged with' Counter
feiting, has. been the ineans of sending over
wo huhdred ponsr-io the penitentiary for
disposing of his bogus money.. United States
Minister Woodbiirne la tryinjtogetthe French
people interested in the Centennial, but has
hard work ef it, as ' Frenchmen do -not take
to expositions to any great extent. . . .Since the
issue of General Cabrera's manifesto t th
Carlista 244 officers have left ths service of
Don Carlos and entered France. Of these
nine were 'generals.
A terrible case of fanaticism is now under
going; investigation in Cuba. A mother, be
lieving she was acting by the orders of the
spirits, tore out the eyes of her son, and after
ward attempted to tear out her own. This she
did opeidy, as a solemn sacrifice, in the
presence of the other women of the family,
who prayed in a lou4 voice while it was .going
on. All the parties have been arrested, and
are now on trial .A discussion between two
miners on the labor question at PeckviUe (PaO
resulted in a fight, in which one of them
named Patrick Slavin' was killed.. ..V. In the
Cincinnati charter election the Democrats were
& 7 - m
& Tho Winter uoatn uaxm.
Everywhere, from Shreveport, Lai, to
Stockholm, in Northern Europe, a sud
den-increase in the death rate marks
the continuance, and follows in the
wake of the . winter of , J874-5. Jr.
lUisha Harris, registrar of vital statistics
for Newr York' dty in" Speaking of the
past winter in cities from '.which he re
ceives Weekly return, oi .deaths, said :
The mortality has been fearful in every
section ion account of the great changes
from the: normal ; state' of the weather.
The onjy other winter which at all com-
pares wita it lr toat or ltvso oo. ine
past season has'been'' eepedally
heavy in deaths from pneumonia and
other pulmonary diseasefl. The weather
has been Very cold, and also saturated
with moisture at all times "When tho
thermometer, did not Vindicate any spe
cially low temperature, the skin and
mucous membranes of the lungs, throat
and other passages suffered ' on account
of the humidity of the atmosphere. In
New York city the total percentage of
deaths will be from twelve to fifteen per
cent, additional, , and in the special
classes of diseases most fatal the ratio
has been doubled. Fever, cases have
been very rate. ' Typhoid ha3 been al
most a matter of., ciioace In 4iphtheri.
, the mortality has assumed the virulence
of an epidemic Our reports from Edin-
burg, Glasgow, London, Liverpool,
Dublin, Vienna, and Hamburg all Bhow
' "We invite the attention of our readers
to the advertbementof Dr. Langley's Boot
and Herb Bitten, which have for more than
twenty years been so favorably known and so
extensively used as a spring and summer medi
cine. Few preparations equal these bitters in
purifying and cleansing the blocd of all in
puriuea, and thu recovering the health and
correcting all di&eeea of the stomach and
bowels, i For the various complaints that are
cured by this valuable medicine see the adver
tisement headed "Day me and ill do you
good, in to-day's paper. Com.
A friend of ours, who is chief clerk in
the government dispensary, eat that no
medicine chest is now complete ixhout Jotut
aont Anodyne Linimmh We always supposed
it was prescribed bv lw ; if it is not, it ought
to be. for certaiiJv ihere is nothing in the
whole T,ialeria titedica of so much importance to
the soldier and te sailor as Johnson's Anodyne
"nrrv.MK. ami rii. do toc good."
Or all th nodes of Mdiam lb bnmMm oMtltw-
tiou of ImpuriLM 1 tb Mood. jrPPj lorpia um
and its kiudrwd nimart, Bon ia so ofleessnU thm
of Or. IXMihKV'.1 UOOT AND IIKIII!
BITTEltH. They set at s potent tonio and csnti
apotiant. sr mild ii their openUoas. ssis aodar any
clrcamstanoxs, sad tboossd hav boras tMUmaaj to
tha banafiU thrr hmrm daHred from tbalr osa. Thar ara
tha aaiast aad baat sprtnc and samaasr nadietBa
diaoorarad. Fjnily ptrtifliM Tajrolariv praao
tham. GEO. OL OuOUWU A CXI.. Boto,
Bucce8&f ul by majorities ranging from 1,000 to
& (rr i 11 ai . ' k i. sir Li 1
riot took place, at which a number of persons , .
' . oeen specially laxai merer, 'jrans nas
were uaujjr uurt. . . , i . x. XMiruum, moiuiuw'
man, was elected mayor of Bridgeport (Conn.")
at the late election The supposed yellow
fever at Key West is believed by physicians to-
have been another, disease, ....The . new
Canadian postal law takes effect from the 1st of.
May instead of the let of August as originally
anticipated .The steam boiler of the
Delano iron works, -Syracuse (N. Y.) exploded,
killing one man and seriously injuring several
others...:.. At a meeting of the etockholderu
I p tne American Steamship Company at Phila
delphia the annuaU jrepori was
been more fortunatetIowiog .to- the ad
mirable sanitary regulations in force
there. The greatest percentage of iatal
cases outside of those of children are of
persona over sixty years of age and
i hose who have been harp) drinkers. I
do not mean drunkards alone, but those
who have - been in the habit of taking
strong liquors, and they are hot poor
people alone. In these persons the mu-!
readjthowhifc 'l9us membrane of the throat is weaken-
n voaa. "
Beef CtiUlo Prtae to Extra BuUoclX 1) & H3
CotmaontoOoodTex&as...... HJti 11
Milch Cows ........CO OU 00
Hog Live m)i
Dreasad.. ........ 10 10
Sheep 05 V4
Lambs..... tX4 07
Cotton MMdy dr.. 1S UX
Tlour Extra Westrn..-. 5 00 t4 f SS
BUta Extra IW MStf
Wbeat Red Wcatern 1 37
Ko. 3 6pria. 4.... ......... 1 It
Kya 8tt.- 1 CO
Barley State .-. 1 11
Barley Malt 1 35
Oats Mixed Western
Cora Mixed Western.
Hay, per cwt. ............... ....... 55
Straw, per cwt...... 65
Hops ,.74, ;-3S8--otds 08
?ork Mess , il 90
Flan MacJerU No. 1, new 13 00
Xo. , uew lo Oil
Pry Cod, per cwt 00
Tne Host ltciisiTniAnufactory of Ite&l Organs In the World I
. nr iLLUSTRXTEn CATALOaUES SENT FREE.
Mexicans on the Texas border, and the Secre-
"mcj 01 war naa -teiegrapneaxne commanaiag
officer of the Department of Texas to use every
effort to prevent farther raids. .Ex-State
Senator Robert McKenna,' of Tennessee, has
been sent to prison for five years for marrying
his former wife's granddaughter. ,.V; Jul the
ftro baaks and lottery and policy shops in
Washington are to be closed by the police -pf.f?.o
The Rev. J. L. Boss, of NJes, Mich., has been
sentenced to six years in the State prison for
the forgery of a deed on which he obtained
$1,000...... The residence of Mr. Sedgway
near Genoa, reyadav was, feujrned an4.the,
owner's bodjfgimaiii the rnins-tl An ihgulry
showed that the man had probably been mur
dered by Indians, and the house afterward
burned to cover the crime. . .The . epizootic
has again appeared in Pictou county, 'N. S.
A. nainber of valuable horses have fallen vic
cime to it. J
According to the treasury statement the
public debt of the United States amounted to
cover peas with uie harrow. , If allowed
to ripen, the cured straw and grain
makes excellent winter feed, when cut
inw cuah, ior uorses, cows, sneep, or
hogs. ; ; 7 ; - ? , , .
Harrowtno 'WnrrER Wheat. -There
is no harrow so well adapted to this use
ful work as the Thomas harrow. The
wheat is greatly benefited, and the grass
and clover seed sown is, more likely to
catch. ,;..,. -.; - j -,
ARTmciaii Ibrtdlizers. We must
1 use more artificial fertilizers; ot farming
cannot pay as it ought to do. . As farms
become worth more, more working capi
tal is required, and the chief need of this
is to provide good fertilizers. '. The value
of, fertilizers is ; now well understood,
They must be applied early and with the
BOed. For V)krlftV.n.t.a rlftvrr art A m-noa
apply one1 hundred and fifty pounds 6t t2,265,11.92 less $123,332,933.38 cash in
.,..-t,i.i.- i- " i , , , I the treasury. The decrease during the month
STTT TUTe1 of March was $3,681,210.63, and since June
of mttate of soda, per acre, Sow them, 30 .45362.62.".. A special dispatch
finely powdered, tooadcaBthalf ;each frpm' Berlin reports that eighty ecclesiastics
way, to get an eve spread as soon as are a"t present imprisoned in Posen alone. ' It
me aeeu is covered. , ine nrst rain will j is rumored that the German government has
carry them into the sod. Xet thpse who arrested the Papal delegate, who has been ad-
tloubt, experiment upon one acre. I ministering the archbishop of Poaen since the
PLASTEU. fiowona,lmar.ftl'-n arU Jatrest ,'pf the incumbent.... A telegram from
r I Oa. T- i t J..-
upon young clover or oats, as soon as
the growth is started. Seymour's broad
that the receipts for the. past year had exceed
ed, the ordinary expenses' by $147.900.'. ....
James H. Ingersoll, sentenced November 28,
1873. to five years imprisonment for f Teen
in the second degree has been pardoned by
Governor Tdden, of New York. Ingersoll was
connected with the Tammany ring.
, -. 0 -
Spelling Hard Words.
1 The spelling school business which
started out West and has swept the
United States like a base ball" match,
reached New York, several matches
having taken place? there. Atone of
these, between teachers .and ,pupil,a of,
schools,' the' director J gave J out the
first word, 'dactyl.' TrwasJfir6t spelled
ed and cannot resist jfh -a' double ; atUoV
of a cold atmosphere heavily laden with
moisture. The' effects 61fiB winter
have not stopped ye by any nieans. I
should estimate that about as many as
have already succumbed will date "their
death 6ickness from colds contracted
daring the recent cold spell. For the
next fifteen years consumption will
carry oft persons whose lungs were first
anected during tins winter.
If every one of our readers would try
Dobbins' Electric Soap (Cragin & Co.,
, Philadelphia), they would, like us, be
come-, firm believers in ; its wonderful
I xheni. - Have your grocer order it.
dactile, and, thefirat. sohlier feUin the U- ,r A ' ' ' x- ' ' A t '
j j i A. Mrs. Osman of .Newport, Indiana,
1 m , ... set a kettle of boiling water on the floor
laughter. The next word was t'hoepoe." , . 'ru1
;i,oi- ' 'nV the other day, near where her little son,
which slaughtered two more. "Alible . , , V "
? -i . 1 ... . two una a half years old," was playiuEr.
came next, and was spelled with two jJ'," , A' J
tiva o i 4. i i j Theboy stepped suddenly backwards
XT UV WMl. I 1 T1 l .k it. i ill
, , , , . , t uu icn luuicuKW xutiu nits tinuc, iius.
Osman seized him and pulled him out,
but he struggled and fell back again.
Before he was finally rescued , he was so
scalded that the akin all over his body
flaked off ; and he survived the accident
Eerrlnar. Scaled, per ho.. .
Petroleum' rade ...7 47
i Wool California Fleece
c , ! .Texaa
, . Wentern Dairy
' ' t Western Yellow
. i Western Ordinary.;...
. , Pennsylvania Jtlne....
Cheese 8 te Factory
. . ; bUmniaa.
, , , Wt stern.
n ocat. .... .
Uye State ,
Wheat Ko. S Spring
Cotton Low illddlingi
Wheat Bed Western. .....
Flour Pennsylvania Extra. ....
Wheat Wee tern Bid
Corn V allow.
Petroleum Crude. 10 &IQ
...... .. .
(A 1 CO
44 1 21
4 1 as
(4 . 2A
Baat Otrdaa Orapa kaowm. f:
rraatod aouiaa. o-p t t"V
ROWKU, A CXX. 41 Park Bow. !. .. for t
MI A 8 T 1 I
s4n5 -8 8 'irfiY
ft 1 30.
4 1 40
4 1 17
4 1 06
a 1 49
Tux EI.AKTtC THUSS
as bUPPOBTKR M
aow aaparadln all
nUtara. b4a a4pwl
arrwbra b tha iaadiAC
iita, array aad aavy. bua
trttala. pantilnmi, aia.,
Tha ocji aad vntrar
aal aatiatarUaa Uwl bava
mtfa. aa wen tha raa aiunbar el raoxiaj -r. vow
t- 1 i-i iMrrmi4 tha lact that rwftn caa
be rr.'y rwl it boat taffaHna or annojaaea. aad
ofian eitatml by the urmr prfwora of MvtvlTraaM and
it uihannb urt aara lor Ilacnla, aa It la
tw Li. Trau 1. amm that tU bold tha rnptara aamvhr
to aU '.Uona ia which tha body caa ba pld- w'-f
parforVa radical com wbao all othara tit H caa b-
BtJ. VThaa otx-a adjattad. aa awUaa oi tha body or
.i.i.t f.m iihTiliM it. Tbaaa loatraataata hara tha
mmUH4 mrprutU a tha awat aoUaaat praBUUaaeta
la tha prolawMoa. ...
Fiobi tha unmnmi taatlmaalak ta aer
J After tba axpartaaca of wiaotha, partaaa taatlfy
atrooaly lo Ua wU aa W tha a aad trmjn
from loSOBWUrnet WIVO WDtCO U unnani B -wvrm.
With nnatni uIiuIim. (Aa ElmrtU TVaa Boaaeaaw M
a hltcQ do (Tea ALL reqatauaa aaa qnauncauona
for other torwaUoca. 1 hava ao baattatkm la racardlM
it aa aa tmDortant maas for the relwif aad amre ef
YtJZ,. J at. (J1MOCHAS. 11. D-.
lU-nfajUi mroar oi ina ron oi rw .
Chief of fiaw I ora aiate tioapnai,- ee aia.
7 00 t4 7 00
1 M 4 1 2S
1 (6 1 U
68 4 61
0 6 00
(4 1 27
St. Tetereburg say a. that 'M.; Sphicbkim, the
Rusaian diplomatic agent and consul general in,
cast sower, costing aboulj seventy dollars, v United .States,...-.- Bpecial dispatch
win sow a Dusnel.or less -uroon an nera t tjij - .:i s
t M. ' ' I 1 1 Villi Wliui DOJ a n iinniiLiai widu la toiuou ui
"iui-wi,.'irSuuiiuji it iuho bows an Germany, f Settlements on-the liouree are
effected with great difficulty. .There have been
other tine fertilizers broadcast. It always
pays to uso plaster at ten dollars a ton,
or forty cents a bushel.,, ? V r. t i r
I'asttjbes. Harrow old pastures -with
a sharp-toothed, heaw harrow. rn.ttT
r "XxMrf FfinJ eaa' BIST
XCeIS!orD0 Yonr Own Pri'ntin?:
rXaDle CJ O fm forrard.lbtl.eUrw.tc.
J ijnxrt lor larrer work
out. i "Abatable" sent another to the
rear, baving been spelled "te " instead
of "ta." The next three words were
spelled correctly, amid applause; but
"monetary" having- been converted
inti (I .,:.n-i. ill J.
walked to the rear. The word" sieve oidy eighteenrhijirfi T t'J .Q WHlSKKKSfi
Biisi nMiM on (lot heir printing and
advertising, ave money and increase
trn-le. Amateur lrlntlnp,deli?ht
fnlpastinwrfor spare hours. BOYS
have great fnn and make money fast
at printing. Send two stamp forfait
catalornepreses typo etc to the Mfra
c m v w., aieriaea, ton.
GEO. V. HOC:
. Hortx, M. D , RoparUiteo5ent KlaatMT
fr .-Aiu-r eaffarinc for thirty year' In
fnra tha oaa of every fona of J4tliio T;
mnl,U la this aoontrr ad la Kamoe. I. two aera aro,
applied your Hi-fi fnu, and atnee that ttraa 1 hra
ainMrknneaxl eootfort and aatiafactka. aad beaa taacbt
the truth, that the Flattie Trcaa la the ny loatrameot
that mh'jnkl be aaea lor tae rauel aaa cure ot nenua
aad aw after mora thaa thirty yoara' eootlaeona prae.
Uca. aad hartrui adjuated aaaay baaOraaa of xroeaae
a rr-iua aaeiaairaur). t
gratefully declare It to ba my deliberate optotoe, that
(aad tr the lt twenty tamtha(
mr M.imn. rrus m tne eox7 owe nuiag w hw uui
deaee of the pabUe ; that alaaUctty la the only power at
all adapted to the reqelrenteota of a Trees or Bopperter.
and am eonvtaeed that jrewe Ataafie TYwm actoally earea
a larra eropontnn of aU eaaea to which tt ta apphed. aot
only emon- children, bat ta aamamu eaeaa wtthia aty
owa kaow lodaa of patieaU f row eu t 7i rrt t e,
II. tilv HI H A M. I.
Prot of Anatomy aad Sorcary. 1. Y K. Medical OwQace.
Beware of cheap aad worthier imttatloa Elaatia
Troaeea. whirb aotae parttaa adrUBe aad aall. frada
latiy repueaotlnit that they are maaulactared by the
Klastie Trw Co. . .
Tow Trow are emit by nan to aU parte of the ooaa-
trr twtkfMtka roaraateed la all caeca, neiore per-
chaaloy; any other, write for DeeonpUre Ciraalar Jrml
to tba , ,
ELiiSTIC TRUSS CO.,
683 D roadway, New York.
dispbsedof two more. . "Iterate." was
- jThe art of voicing reeds," the most dif
ficult and important in the manufacture
of cabinet or parlor organs, was invented
by Mr. Emmons Hamlin, of the (Mason
and Hatnlin "Organ 'Co., iii'lgi7. It bits
been '.universally adopted by. American
twenty-eifihttaUurea, and two. persons have
committed; 8uiid?iu conqnerfce p "financial.
rferBes.Tl.Phihp Gleason, a miner, while at
tempting to etcp acrosB the ehaf t of the Kansas
nrn7fr.aVriI Z ' iTl I , e, near Central aty,U-&Wfcotig WT.i "u ' - "
some f roBh and twe htindred poinds t f ell iundxii ihe bottom. When manded lhat aU who lost theirl
of flno bone-flour per'acre'ever them" or
give them a dressing of fine, well-rotted
vara manure. A"1 few bushels ' of lime
and one of salt will be useful.-
Potatoes. Earl v potatoes should 1a
the occasion of another : taking a "back
seat, and " aHegeable sent five' to aciW
spectators. "Allocution" and "foliace-r
ous" retired one contestant eachj
"VionilonTin inn i
T ,";tt?rv- eJL ldilargely by European makers, but
"peroration", on6, "sentiehtw two, Zne have attained tht high standard of
; - - "v. i cAtciicuw: ixt aii nmw aa xctav;xicu 1 1 1 tuo
Jaconet was spelled ten pr twelie I Jaspn & Hamlin Cabinet Organs., jThis
diSerent, waysWverai ot which it was' I fe;.? universally . xeepgnize4 byimnsi-.
The only Preparttion that
ree perfect aattafacttna to
thoae aishina to raise Beard
or Mustache. Da Laaacpt VUtortna." Dreoarad only
ia Parte. Rach Packare warranted and eent ty mall oa
receipt of M I .(HI. Sample mailed fnr 1 5 era. Addreea
J. P. FRANKLIN, Sole Importer, Jerwy City. X. J.
TrTTT3"l7'Ta t Oor Clabe Uarner aad
if it. more and b.tttr ligkt tbaa any other Keroaeae Horn
er ia the world, and tua Chimney canol araoA under all
teat, where other Chimaiea do. Tha earing U claaa
will pay for on rry monlh. We want an Arent ia
erary township In tba land. Any neraon can muJU 9 lO
uaijy Dy sucd acency. unrner ana tjaunney aent any
where eaat ef Allerbanire for 5 erata. expreaeaae pre
paid, or two for gl.OU. Send for the aampUa and
term to A rente.
i . c;i.lHK nrilNEU Raala. MiM.
Pfl I Th Pwople'a dollar peper.Tmt Ommi-
SOOO w I and
apCHTC I niAoaat preminma.
Dr. J. Walker's Calirornia m
Cjrar Uittcrs aro a imrcly Vr?ctoLlrj
W 1 1 . aJ af aM t l.A
na tlm medicinal Droicrlics of which
are extracted therefrom without the uso
of Alcohol. Tho question U almost
daily asked. "What is the cause of tho
unparalleled success of Yinfjiak Hit
ters P Oar answer U, that they rcmovo
tho cause of disease, and tho patieut re
covers his health. They are the prat
blood puriner and a lire-giving principle.
rrf.wt iienovator ana luviurutur
Ui allV m 3 a, a . - e a.
. . - ... 1 n,-.... in thn
qualities oi ij.uak t tr.
ick tf every dUae man 1 coir to. lney
aa -. aa JTMTltTJ. I 'lirim.II VB kmJ 1 -" mm we--
reiinrin (!onircuua vr Inflauinatirn
the liver and Yiaccral Orgain ia Uihoo
Tho properties of Dr. Walkeu's
YlKEOARlIITTKM an? ArHtient. Dianhoretic.
Carminative, Xatritiou. Laxativr. Dmrrtie.
Sedative, Connter-Irritant SudonLc, .Urt
tire. auJ Anti-Ui'iut.
n. it. rierxjvAir & co..
Prncrt aad (in. A rta, t" raae. CaJifnmla,
rA opr. of Weahlarva aad frhartta J
bolil or all liTxtfZl and Iraler-a.
bCTOa. tnltxratd to Ui ttimmvu: rUrca
alar. ra .ryuim. r Ira
MONEY IN IT KUUB! Jaatont
LWf ol, Handwifbe, Cheap. Sella ere.y
where. Ararachaace. Alao,
NEW MAPS, CHARTS, Etc.
Oar aew chart. CHRISTIAN
( ItA t " ES e a aplaed id aocceae. Cia
elanatibrlcea umt ca New York. Sead
for term to K.C. riKIIHiMAIf.ft Bare
Uy hCiCV.. A niW. 4ih b..Cta...
shown were correct according 'to differ-
i tr. i n . ' jr- j.
tui autuunueB, auu iiru auaience ue-
found hi8;body was cnibhed to a Bhapelesa
ma8a.4 This is tBe fiXth miner, killed within
two ' months. . . .The Hon. A. &. Bonnatjme,'
1, has been elected, by acclamation to the Domin
' ion rarliament ifroii Itanitoba .fori the j Beat
planted as soon as the bats and barley rendered acant by the expulsion of Kiel....
aro in. Cover not less than four inches The Canadian Parliament has voted $800,000
deep, and hturow the grountf as soon as tbr cb"sjng theTigdfcf the Ioter-Celdnial
the smallest weed aDia. H.rr 1MUOWUUIU1 "n"vuu-
i to ditsperae and retire i to . their
reiterates the views expreesed by
arain, if the Thomas harrow is used.
after they are up; 4he plants will not bel
.wm up or tmnreu. juooK out for thfe
Colorado potato beetle; hand-piek unless
they are in too great force1;1 as a last re
vsort, dust paris green mixed with twenty
parts of flour from a flour dredger upon
tho vines, keeping the wind always to
the back so as to blow'tho dust from vou:
or a tablespoon ful stirred in a pailful of
water, applied with a sprinkler. Take
them as soon as tho first one is seen, and
give them no chance to midtiply.
17e . Fffeetst of roison.
A man named Walker, livincr in Brook-
lyn, suffered from a nervous disease, and
was recommended by his physician to
take a drug Hedid sor and noted theH iBS barred by the stu, of,. limitations
effect as follows:
the Governor in his dispatch to the Susque
hanna rioters that the laws must be upheld,
.. i .
the pubhd peace preserved and lire and pro
perty made seeure at all hazards ; that the
publks highway mast bo kept free and unob
structed, and trade and travel unimpeded, and
that parties having wrongs to be redressed
must resort to the courts, and not, in contempt
of law and authority, seek to right them by
violence. '. ... t ' . . "
It is reported that Spain has requested Ger
many to order, its, war vessels, to bombard
Zarauz for the GustaT outrage, but Germany
has refused..... The 'Cuban government has
abolished the 2 per cent, tax on capital and
imposed an income tax of fifteen per cent....
Delegate Cannon, of Utah, was put on trial for
polygamy and iliaeharged, the proeeoation be-
Died! Suddenly f Heart iDiseale.
J -..'. . -
TTaw AArMVMAti in f V.M e w am J AM Aa- Tft . Art
spelling j the Tward, should be restored,. J sands ar suddenly swept into eternity by this
which was accordingly done. The, audi-
. r .
ence then demanded ihe different
methods of spelling "rarify," "labeled
and flome other words to show the differ
ence between the orthography of Web
ster and Worcester. . , A gentleman then
suggested that as the two authorities
differed in the spelling of these words,
the Bame difference might exist in rela
tion to other words, and moved that all
who had retired take their seats again.
This created considerable confusion,
good-naiured badinage and laughter, and
was ruled out if border. P f S V 1
The spelling then proceeded. ' Emana
tion " retired one; ' mucilaginous,"
one: " synchronous." one:, "psvchol-
, ar ' ja ar
fatal malady. This dieeaBe generally has its
origin iq impure blood filled with irritating,
poisonous materials, which, chrcnlating throned
the heart, irritates its delicate tissues. Though
the irritation may at first be only flight, pro
ducing a little palpitation or irregular action,
or dull, keaw, or eharp darting pains, yet by-and-bye
the disease becomes firmly seated, and
imdammation or hypertrophy, or thickening
of the lifting membrane or of the valve, ia pro
duced, i How wke to give early attention, to a
case oft this kind. JJnnatuxiJ throbbing! or
pain in the region of the heart should ad
monish one that all ia not right, and If yon
would jw-eserve it from further diaease, you
muft help it to beat rightly by the tne of each f
a remedy as wiU- remove tho cause oitue
trouble.. Use Drfliefoe8 iGoeleo. Medical
LDiscovery before the dieeas has become too-
seated, and it will, by its great blood
H AM A It I T A N NE Jt VINE
Ia a rare eare for Kpfleptte Fita. Conratatona
aad Spaame. It ha beea tested bf thoaaaada
aad tierer waa known f o ft.il in a etorle oaae.
laclcae atanip for circular rlrlna eridroce of
cores. Addraaa Da. S. A. EICHMOND, Dux
74 1. fit. Jawph, Mo.
) roir, imrtituui. Mm., r .- - e
Xb1 hoaeaUr thlna roar Kr Fmm
aaperior to all othar Itaktng f ow
ner." Wrat. tew A. Ca Grrr.
SpringJUM, llam aaw.- MSea'
ruaui oornbloca aU toe qualities
desired ta a first -claea liaklac
rNjwder." Try it.
" It Is jvt the tblnr for Dyspep
tic and wo-.k peraooa, aad better
ftiU for the atroait aad walL"
Many Varaable oo tkioa: rectpea
Mwt fre?. tvnd for t ircolar to
(lEO. V. Caxtz A Co., 17U Daaae
St. New York.
Paltr la Areata. Ki aew artVUa aad the
beat far- dj nv-T tn Ar-vra rW tee !
1 A- W fNCU..:iM Brvad-aiJY.
SOLD ON TRIAL.
THE YORK MAMTFAC
Builders - ef TaHer. 8taftiavK I
and all ktad of Will Gear tn. are
aoiUna- the Boixiuza Traarwa
With Hfhu ruTcuarLi,
thnn.h the beet ta ne.
For d ftlT'ttre Panrphlere ad
draaa . VUKIi JI'KMi CO
tr.TVTS WASTED rTVEKYWIlFTRK The 1
chotoeat la the worid beportera prteas lara.
eat OnoipaaT tn America lapie arttcle pteeeee
ererrbodr trade tBcraaaiajt beet taeowawnte
nt wt time eead fnr Orcalar to ROHrKT
W E.I JJ. 4 3 Veeey Street, New Yerh. P. O. Bea j tM.
wit ViaitiTtf and Besioees Ceroa, the b
Lm( la tae wwi r.
T ummmt urnole tn rwrtn work wltb reet for H
eta. Addcwas H. C. ei AM.KY. Faehkaaahle ftacraeer. j
S 1 0 Waaoinctoa .treet. ttoetoa. Maw.
purifying and wonderful regulating properties.
e fiect a - periect cure, it contains medicinal
properties which ' act specifically upon the
tissues of the heart, bringing about a healthy
0rv" two- " dplpblf " threp pmett--P0"00 ia Dy nrawuaea aruggwia.
ogy, to,t aeiepie, tpree, emer-1 J ; hiaht msxAsr. cram.
Asuv&rviiii1 upnn'wci Af.t iuii a r vu ion
Dr. Ik V. Pierce, BaffIav M. I.:
About two years ago JL waa amicted vltix a
uwaa vuv; a guUWlaUV VAiU VtUVaUt
one; "shampoos," three; ' deglutition,"
one; " philippic," one; " fricassee,"
At ten minutes past four in the after
noon took fifty minims Squib Vs fluid
extract of conium ; at twenty minutes to
live, effectsvery decided dizziness, . re
laxation of muscles and limbs ; fifty min
ims moro then taken, difficulty of -walking
immediately, and want of power to
control more meats ; forced to lie down',
but no mitigation of spasms J limbs 'and
legs weak ; unable to hold up head :
speech thickening some ; pain and heavi
ness in top and back part, of head : pulse
fifty-six; ai quarter pastl five took fifty
drops ; some nausea, some tremor at
base of collar-bone and in muscles across
the chest," no diminution of
w y ae
about tha eyes, nor of photophobia (dis
like of light) ; at twenty-five minutes past
five, drowsiness, inclined to sleep ; at
twenty minutosito six, eyea difficult to
open, speech difficult, fullness in throat;
prostration nearly complete, 'diplopia
(double sight) vastly increased ; ,at ten
minutes past six! nausea; twit cliings, on
right side7' unable9 to ' articulate, eyes
closed, fullness, almost to suffocation in
the throat, pulse about sixty. 1
At this part of the narrative Mr.
Walker cried out-frantically for- water,
and his wiftfran pfr me dei ( ($1 UfeH
return her husband was dead. He had
died of paralysis of the spinal cord.
-Lisn i or
A religious monthly of '.Chicago' Js
edited by a mixed staff bl preachriaa'
Independent, a Oongregationalist, an
EplscofiUlwJ, a Methodist and a Baptist
The New York S i ate Senate passed a resolution
to investigate the tolb charged in Sew York on
grain transfers .... .Andreas Egner and George
Itufer, the murderers of Herman Schilling, will
be hanged at Cincinnati : July 13... .John N. J.
Menka'aJiwuse in Boardville, N. J., was burned.
Two children "were Bared by being thrown
from a wjndow..Two others were burned to
ashes. : Mr. Monks was bo terribly burned that
he died;, i. . .The mills of Natick, R. L, closed
recently, owing to the strike of the operatiyes.
..... .The boiler in Tunnel's Mills, in Elliota-
ville, Jefferson county, Ohio, exploded, killing
three men ..... .The bodies of three men who
had pern-lied with cold were found by hunters
in i roofiees cabin in Ness oounty,Kansas
Harry Brown, aged thirteen, son of a New York
"custom house official, was found dead in his
father's bam in Bloomin gburgh . Oran ge county,
haYing aecidently hanged hiroeelf while pre
paring a first of April trick Enoch Avery,
of Farmington, Me., was attacked by his half
crazy son, who severely wounded with m
shot gun.; The lad then went into the barn.
set it on fire, and perished in the flames
Sylvanos Keller, his wife, and fivt children,
were buried in the ruins of their house, which
was blown down in Jasper -county, Mo. All
were bared bat one daughter seven years old.
The yellow lever; raging in Havana, On
the Spanish iron-clada in the harbor much
fatality exists .The government of Sanat
4 Domingo will make a demand' ot $5,000,000 of
ttaTnltod States for the Utters armed inter.
venUon in support of Baez.. It u claimed
that Costino is at the head of the Mexicans en
gaged in Raiding In Texas, and that his band of
murderers numbsrs 1,5C0 men fully armed.
. ... .The London Ti7W, reviewing the Moody
and Santey revival, oonsiden the movement
transitory, although long to be remembered as
a curious feature cf religious life, .....The
one; ," chastise," one; "5 chalybeate,'
one; and " serviceable," one., , .
' . ...
f . ; y ... , , .J - , ; 1 f : t
I Co-operative Houses.
The artisans of Philadelphia deserve
the credit of a thoroughly practical and
thoroughly successful scheme f for the
benefit of their class. Some years &ctol
the" firsl " Co-operative Bufldincr and
Loan Association " was organized in the,
city of brotherly love. . Since . then! the.
work has gone quietly on, until now stu
dents of social . science are amazed to
hear that six hundred of r these societies
exist iri Philadelphia alone; that their
aggregate capital is4 $150,000,000 and j Brokchttis or
that many, very many, 'of their mem- jr I ij a"6nd,?
bers, who have always worked and still
work for dajj wages, now, own houses
disease ef the heart, which at times created a
pressure aronnd it, almost causing suffocation.
I saw an advertisement of your Golden Medi-.
cal Diseorery, recommending the eame as a
cure for disease of the heart. I then bought
half a dozen bottles of it, and after using three
bottles J was entirely relieved and am now
enjoying good health. Grate fully yonrs.
. t j i.rwi m rrrji iiXUJAX. 'J
1 vi ...i. .. . . m .-...
TBE)Hi7aTAf Haxr.-Uow many per
sona abuse this; delicate and beautiful orna
ment, by burning it with alcoholic icashes amd
plasteriag it with grease, which has no affinity
for: the Bkin,' and is not absorbed. Burnett a
Cooname, a compound of cocoanut oil, etc, is
Pral rie Lands
IOWA AlfD NEBRASKA,
FOB BALK BY
Tte Enrli2liiH & feri Riixr B. H Co.
Oa Ten Yeara' Credit at G per ccat. Interest
Hflf.I.ION A-atES ta IOWA aad SOUT11-
The finest enrntrr la the w-vrl .1 ia eoeabine FARM'
UStJ aad (STOCK HAllti.
Irodartt will pay for T.aad aad TiHsrtTN
neuta I eaa be Tare taw friaripal a
' ctmca da. Lnrif JDiaraaats
-The so-calid destttatioa la Nebraaka ttes ta Use far
western recioa. beroad tM Uaos of tae 1. A . V Iv.
IV For circulars that will describe fal! three Uads
UMl U terms ot sale, apply to or aearaea.
i ,' Batlicacton, leva, ler Iowa Laads.
' or Lieeotn. Keb , for Jiebraa Lend.
unrivalled as a dressing far the hair is readily
aosorned, ana w peculiarly aaapted to its
various j conditions,' preventing its falling oft
and promoting its healthy growth. Bee edv't.
Bottom Miirlct Vegetable Seeds
SiKxrner't Prize tlorrr Seeds.
n Cboiea Varieties Asters, f .
Cabbaxe. I'otlWt Kraaewkk.
per es. itOt?. fnr lev fMl.
Onr IUoetrte1 Ota Wis ae mi frm.
rrevanU tho Hair frvru Ftllirc.
: rromotc iu Ileal Uiy Grow! a.
la not Greaay ncr Stkky.
Burrietf s CocoTalne
Leaves no lssaCTtaV.c CXlor.
BaVl-w Rtfrartory Hair.
6b Um XrrUatfd ScArjwEkliu
Affords the Ulcbett Leatrc.
Li not aa AkuboUe VTaaU.
Cnvea New life U the Hair.
pt.iT Lcsrart La ZStcU
PTTEE COD LIVEE
OIL AITD LUIE.
Prt?trd only by
Joseph bur::ett a co.
27 Central Street, Boston.
And Cold Cvrywheres
illbwre 'w4 IJver Oil aad IJaae Tae
-iet pvdarttr vt tbts aafe aad e&ccVna rm-arat ewt
faakioe attribwtatb tn haletrrnetc worth, lalaeewre
erf Coodie. t 'oloa, AetAma. limacbl'J W txvio Coecb.
hrrufokMia Hanaors,aad all CoaeaasptHre pt in. U
'. U eqaak. L aa eaa aeaieca tne eenr
kf Pnt.VOae. 31e-'
S,) ar aad sUvw Va .tell wJ F
55 t S10
Vr.il DAY at arw. T
aaa ao eopertor.
ermfaoata rt on
wbea an aeot ta ihra
Chbojtio Bon Throat.
with irritation 'of the bron
chial tubes, which convey the air we breathe
into the hings. This irritation produces sore
i treat, . hoarreness, coughing, and sometime
ma una worthfroli m ta &otf J-fi2BLlLSJ?Sri,,i.VSo,S
Only a Small. per M of jlaesa 8S30Cia" lgnj and settles into confirmed consumption.
a 7 .if . a i i - -
. r j
J miio Air mBtoi
ai rbaaxa Darta mr Maae Perfrrt
y Arrsmlr. Iieoommo mxI Ny rtorta
nea aa4 Al Jitary aaea. Splead d rarior
Anwomt Oaa tear ti . a Dead
Kut by practlciaa; wi'h tt. Ta a Sotirta
maa It la laraloabte. Prtea, tnalodiaar Darta, fUaira.
Tarce'-a, and tioaatck. ZMO. ILarM)annelr wickle
plated. UwOO. betkadjaatiae: ReU Tareet, 2JH.
ror bate b
price, aad '
sbkb wiU aUeriate ail spUrats es tae Cae-4, Inrs i 1 1.
m Thn.t Uu.fu4.nt Milt b . A. H. WILJiUM-l I '
Cbetaiet. Beetno. aetq by all draarg lata.
CTT4T)XC T? TT7T T7 PH L -L-
OJLAXVAX tj AalAUU Wm Mi"
Maaataetarera ef Tatmmt Bteeeb loedla. MQttary. I . 1" . ""TTT
IMS Uf rttl Kerrd I r-i l- txwa r pr.ii.ri.tt. wi '
. II fV"
priiwapel aaatcaca at Or.xl
X it a Limiaei for it.af yaraa. ajias staa
rVad tor lllaeirated Cataiucae. .
Akvoii ku Orrrca. K. li. W tsTTXTTT.
UANJ. retMkOiaa(iaa: rteu laraea. aj,
by (ina iMalrrs. or aent by mail oa r-p cf
1 i eaa. poatare. INIPK UKOfOMaaa.
re, 4 II lab Hewet. Kelaii. Max
tions have failed. Uiih
AOlfena Litms Jdalsani will Toe found a zno?t
valuable remedy for oaring this . disease, and
prevent its . nuinicg into ooneumption, For
eale by allmedicice dealers. Com.
; Patented 1873.' The test TdaarUe Trnse.
Made only by Potneroy ft Co., 744 B'dway, JJ.Y.
Com. - .:
ASTAJBTiixxa Tbuth. ThonsanJs die
annually ' from neglected coughs and colds.
which boon ripen into consumption, or other
equally fatal ciFesso ofttie rnnrv r when bv
the tiraely nse of a eingle botUe ot Jr. 1 ITw-i
kit m xMixaorit vj n ua ,iucrry vueir uvea cotua
have been preserved to a green old age. Fifty
cents ana one aouar a bottle, large Dottles
much the chaper.- Cpvn. .
Veteriroary snrtreons all over the coun
try are recommending Serbian Cavalry Oon
amon fenxert lor the following" troubles in
honest lam ot appeutev Tranghncae of tha
nair, stoppage of bowels or water, thick water,
coughs aud cold, swelling of tha clanda.
wonaa, horse aa, thick wind and heave. Com.
Modern Medieal Diseorery.
It is claimed that disease, vritli a fer
exceptions, has been conquered by the
research and intellect of enlightened
men; and yet a noted professor of New
lork admits that "of all seiences, medi
cine is the most uncertain." and that
thousands are annually slaughtered in
the sick room. Certain 44 schools" of
medicine are in existence, one of which
44 makes the patient ill," in order to
claim & cure; and another administers
44 sugar-coated bread pills," relying upon
nature to effect her own cures. Dr. J.
"Walker, of California, an old and re
spected physician, tried both modes of
treatment and both failed. He then,
appealed to nature's curative -herbs ;
and now enjoys rugged health. He has
(riven the benefit of his iliamvprv tnlha
world, m the shape f Vinegar OCiiUra, Eikrmcrnr xa IatnL-i-AIl nervous dis-
and ainoe its introduction has sold a orders,! chronic ataae- of the chest, head.
quantity almost large enough to make a I hver, atomach, kidneys and blood, aches sad
smell Jiurhnr err i ' 4Va I pains, inervoos aukI . reneral debilitv. etc..
Easierri. Its criraH-ra rorwio- IT cura after Crep fan by vreartngTolU
.....v. Q.BMvweeMue VJ t WUS Wv, VUlCUUiaQ, ViilOt VVTt
Tae naoat soaeaaaf al
reaaedy of Um prea-
eataay. Send far Pa
i r ob Oaiitn flat.
4n Frof. D. .tlf eker, T. O. Boa 475 lerta,Iad.
PIERCE WELL AUGER
Obsapaay offers tl jm ta aay aaa thai wiU suunifart
oaapete wUH taeaa as omtibc a XHpea swl taroaca
raiKtoa aad saadatoee. aad la taaina aa aad naealnaT
bswkteis and Ime tooea. Anta wniH aa evarv
State. PK11TAV GUAJtAJITKKZA, bead
ot UAXAUnnrm. Addrna .
C1IAS. 1. FIERC72, ElBeaiaild. lewa.
Well Aacjcr aad OrfOs
ta good tarrftorr. BWaest taatia
alala faoatGoearaacsaf Iowa. Art aa
sas aad Dakota.
e A I eaw a o n s a we aaa the srtetaal
W - J I I W I ll a reatura. parttes baying e
anting aa Aaawr Vka owa. witaoot ear enaai at. wUl ba
for tairUuraBaenU Aaawr twos tree. Slow
W. W. J LLA,
Bos jK. St. Loaia. XIa.
OK5 ft. C'baac Liaaac eeiia at swat K
Goodatr . eaag tataaa: MT Cav. lioatoa.
A bnrm will
OjUoaa Hat isg aat liranke
awr eitra terras Ar-.'
watioi at. rvnu'Mi.TQ no.
J. tLBL fTORITB 805S
Fa ally saada water-tlcbA wtlb OSaee f4ate Pabst,
wutcA aw. Tew saabtnaliac. snal las aa tar. hi estrwaawi i
ap. awmrtfemijy Bra araef. eery OS aa aara-W
aa4 laaerera as Pabtta 1
a leaoiaar an ta i
Clrralar ef Ilwwae
i. a. ni. I r. Himri.-iii a
CVaar Mrrn, ew Vee-b
ait all i. Crpe,
aaaaawaa. hM law mis
t OOII.CHKOVtOMfe.fJlitwoloetie- A
' -m4 rWMd-inTrKVl.Rnl-
IVwena A Cbcee.
iy aba. fajabeass ff W lfS?
l 4.aM tar, Sara fS
a - 1
CIIAIKiE, a IVearrlarVv bat aay
Fui a p. uui m a rnaifre Cara I
Paor. J. T. V irw.l.t, rbarWiowa. alaaa.
An.t a nix a,a -i
OaWi Addrees FaraAa MT tL.Vacha
KXCKLblOK at 1VJ CO ,
VA'TEO AflEVT rr-rrwbete.ta sf car
tar " Lite ef Dr. L4.iijrtno." frvsa ata efalSdbtmd te
Last JwIral." r. U. rwpJi- a wit-mn. A rm.
PeoeV.'a : t.ti. K R. Rt NaKlX, Pab.. fvwAoa, ea.
EVETIT FAMILT WANTH IT. afoaey ta K.
h-A4 by Aienta, Addreaa M. X. LQVP.LU aW.Pa.
(IOrf AM 0?TT 1 1 Aswta wealed every.
aad Gawd, a si tea anS aaar aea eat, attwa ,y
STr-iXlmm waa rood U-o las al B is
W-ars. wna aeary awi r. ea4 ewterna al aik twees terwt
eaa. AUawaa ey L a-at a - Aaeeas W-Ot
r6rw tt. f . .)( r wees, at aa4 Ma re rfcUr
f rus 1 S ta ta a d.y I S-it tmi as pti
tttutas wvwwtrtawb adW-art as. :a
veUwm.l wwtat CnarwiW lcin, U
eerJk.s wi-e ewnmlera, t few, v. rm r as
Si i i w A. IX ta aaraasaswa to. lirtlerd. tie
XS.OOO ALREADY HOLD.
rl COTS rATXTTCTJfrtbdae
i un AtPiMurrcm or
. i .
L fio, $w0,$;5,ii $ioo.
GOOD. PTjEAtUr. A!TO CUXAF
1JV?S. JUdf foe Lee.
ltata4 Try I1AP31A?C sV
IU4 JlauSl .a, !.
UA.wei fara 11 I ay aw.
. i nxiMiicmiLitirriiLKOCT
1 . . . . - -
u t ,ir,ii ilia m rvi
hMww Ue wnkaa Ta rajt rr T.mm
,t. nOC.aad tae UOUOC Via. Aaa ws ef biI
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