1 ' - t ' I i t
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Soup an Trpnbje . ;.
' A man cltid it ft iW -but- poorly
Uito suit of stofchclothw, and bear-.
lnga ha took tit trouble around
fib tootith and across his brow,
Wfcnthto a restaurant and ;takjng
Sk seat apart iroin all other "dipers,"
shoved his hat under the table, sigh
ed deepljr, and called fpr soup. !"".
Anything more !'
The. hot liquid was made black
with pepper, and then ol lowed a
swishing, gurgling sound, at inter
vals, like the splashing of (he tide.
At the end of three minutes the bowl
was empty and the waiter again sum
I 'More soup.'
jit was brought.
. 'Anything njoref
Tears gathered in the eyes of the
gloomy man, but lie brushed them
away with his napkin, and plunged
his5 spoon again into the steaming
pup. The elbow crooked andtraght
pned. with the reglarity of $ heart?
beaV ;: and presently the waiter was
beckoned once more. He stepped np
with visible irritation, but catching
an admonishing look from the stew
ard, bent forward with suavity.
'More soup said the man with a
iaintive voice brimining over with
'Han't I better briug in-the ket
tle this trip said the waiter,
j'You might said the man, with a
sigh that jarred the table. 'I've got
heaps of trouble to drown
'We've got a gruel that will do
more with less bulk said the waiter.
'It might bit the right spot sooner."
IfJ've never found RQ bajin for a
wounded spirit that could walk
around soup specially if it's hot and
tolerably high-seasoned, J don't
know whether it pomes of being hot
$nd fetching on the sweat or not, but
it reaches for trouble every time, and
gets away with a heartache quicker'n
anything ever tried j so you may
keep on wit I) it J guess, tjll ray rajnd
geU easy enough to tackle corn beef
- The waiter was softened by the
humble grief before him, and much
regretted his thoughless chaffing. He
felt smy pathetic, and longed to soothe
the acting breast. . - -
t'lam pardner-deep said the man
as he reached oyer for a fresh pep-
No no, Worse'n that.'
'Friends near kinfolks .maybe?'
- rjtiered the waiter, with a sober look.
J Worse'?) that, a good deal.'
fYon don't say j l'nfjf real orry,
sir ; but may he 'Jwa$ al for fie
best, ' ' " 1
!No, I'll be dad-thumped if it
wasT exclaimed the stranger, chok
ing on the soup, and getting" red in
the face. 'Does it ever to a man any
qod to be swindled ?'
jf Who, notsurely not.'
j'Well, that's just what I've been,
and in the meanest, og-g,qnet way
that apy body ever was sold, too.
Gardner, I've been the yiptjin. of a
basef deceiviu' one eyed schemer. 1 1
was married last Monday.'
The waiter could only make big
eyes; and catch his breath. The sad
.man proceeded; -
f J said married, but swindled was
the word J meant took in shameful.
1 married on 'spec with every pros
pect of getting both money and beUr
tyj and here I am euchred blind. She
was a widow, Jiving in good style, in
a bunkum good house tljat every
body said bsjonged to her, and so J
bought them wasn't much risk. Slje
yrijs as pretty to look at as a ripe
watermelon, but turns out to be a big
ger fraud than a green pumpkin.'!
pie poor victim broke down with
.emotion, and had to pause and mpp
' hU eyes, . I
fPardner, them shiqy, gazITn'
teeth, that wilted me the first tfme J
saw her grin, turns out to be sham,
shop-made, and not eyen paid for yet;
and so help me He?ekiab, one pf her
eyes is glass, and she sleeps with her
hair on the back of a chair; but. the
worst of it all is that the house was
' ier?u as long as she remained
single, "and now the regular ? heirs
have served notice on her to vamoose,
and she actqally expects me o $nd a
house and pay rent qV ify Vyp been
fojsee a lawyer and ) all the consola
he; gives jne is that "I've got to grin
and bear it, 'caqse Jhe the bargain
s was for better jor worse. Fetch Ion
onother bowl of shoup, and It exira
warmrj " . i-- ' I .
Hiring purchased the Livery
Stable on Lee street and perfected
all pecessary arrangements fjrpar
rying on the business in a com
niete and aatlsfactorr manner, the
nnblie are solicited to sdre us a trial. We
a4 nMnamd trt flfThrcl
AH usual Accommodations,
and will do Wat the most jnpderate prices
Dossible. Kg-DROVERS are inyited to
gire us a call. Day visitors can have their
trwk- rpfnliv Attended to ana erery prop
er attention shewn them. The stable attend
ants are experienced ana care nil men.
Hqrses boarded by the day, eek, montn or
year. Call and try us.
1 - i K, J. uuuuja duji.
Jan. 2dt 1878. j:tf
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DON'T BE SWINDLED
1 ' :
! out Of - '
A BAJ(E OF COTTON
will sell you one ton of
Boyldii, Carmer & Go's
I " For 200 lis. Cotton,
p aifasls in riOVEISIJEn !
It 19 the best in nse. Ea?y to manipulate.
Requires no cotton seed nor stable manure.
No charge for recipe jor right to use. Equal
to any $50 guanq. t Has been tested for years
Call and get particullrg.and see testimonials.
Don't be humbugged by cheap imitations.
You can get the genuine only from
. F. KLUTTZ, Druggist,
No20:ly : Sole Agent for Rowan
I UST! THIS BRAND.
BEST IN THE WORLD,
M letter llaii an? Saleratns.
One teaspopnfttl pf t))ia Spjja ued with
sour milk equals Four teaspoonsfuls
of the best Baking Powder, sav
ing Twenty Times its cost. .
See package for valuable
1 I :
If the tca8poonful is tpo large and does
not produce good results at first
! use less afterwards.
! Jan. SO: 6m. : t
HOTCHKISS & POND, Proprietors.
x On The European Han.
The restaurant. eaf nn Innrfi rrvnm
ed, are unr pawed for cheapneas nd excel
lence nf flprviA i RaAim fin n 9 nuJ..
$3 to 10 per week. Convenient to all ferries
ana citj laiiroads. ...
New Furniture, New Management,
13: ly. : .
ESTABLISHED 181 J.
400 BEOADWAY NEW YOEE.
The dlatlntrtlTA fMtnmt
that it is made oiaVteri toed" ' ?.
SEA ISLAI7D COTTON.
Tt. la AnfahMl anr ...hi . .
madA; It Has tin Wn A -.. j .
sewing it has no eqaal; It s wound on
The Black la the most perfect
eTMTirort nPMlin snnnlMHiva hi..-j-.. " .
- NSW ANILINE PEOOESS
-we Invite comparison and respectluUy askiadiM
IO C1T6 It a fair trial anil
uerlort drer m othifa. ' 'UMUWTWMra
x u do naa as waoicsaie and retail from
i ' L J ' J. P. OASKILL
rarioaa other blanks for pale her
NOW IS THE TlilE TO SUBSCRIBE
FOB THE WATCHMAN
45 Years Before the Public.
1 pELEBRATED - I
FOR, THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DYSrCKlA AXO SICK RUMCHL
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
"-- :. I
PAIN 1A the right side, under the
edge 9 the ribs,! increases on prej
sure; sometimes tht pain is in the left
side ; ei patient is rarely able toliel
on the left, side ; sometimes the pain is?
felt uqtjej- f hp shoulder, blade, and it
frequently extends I to the top of the
shoulder, J; and is sometimes mistaken!
for rheunatism in the arm. ; The
stomacjh fa' afiecte with loss of! appe
tite and -ickness j the bowels in gen?
eral are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax ;i the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensatiionlln the back part. ;; There i
generally ' jponsiderable loss of mem-i
ory, accom)anicd with a painful sen-1
sation of having left undone some
thing which ought to have been donej
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an!
attend: nt The patient complains oft
weariness and debility; he is easily
startlec!, his feet are cold or burning,!
and he complains of a prickly sensa4
tion of the skin; his spirits! are pwj
and although he is. satisied that exer-l
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitudd
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several pf the above:
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few pf them cxi
isted, yet examination of the body,!
after dpth, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged-
AGUE AND FEVER. I
Dr. p. McLane's Liver Frills, tx
cases Ai;ue and- Fever, whenf
taken ith Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better!
cathartip can be used, preparatory toj
or aftetj taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this!
disease !to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and as;
a simple purgative, they are unequaledi
BIS WARE OF 1 31 ITATIOXS.
The rtnuinc arc never siiar coated.
Every box hns a rcil w?x seal on the lidj
with the impression Urw Mc Lane's Liveie
T - -
The gejnuine McLank's I.iver Pru.s bea
the signaitnres of C. McLane and Flemino!
Bros, on the wrapjers, i i j
Insist .upon having the genuine Dr. Cj
McLane's Liver I'ills, prepared by Flemi
ing Bros.,of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name McLanel
pelled differently but same pronunciation, i
f ' . ! ! !
Richmond, Indiana, j
ESTABLISHED IN 1842.
WE BUILD j
Moanted on Trucks or Frame of 6 8 io
1 ! '; !
1214 and 25 Horse Power.
i : i
WE ALSO BUILD THE
on frame of 4 and 6 Horse Power. These
engines; have horizontal tubular boil- i
ers, made of No. 1 charcoal ham-
mered iron inch thick; and
of 50,000 R8. tensile strength.
They are the best small
engine in the market,
WE BUILD !
FOB 6, 8
JO and 12 HORSE POWERS.
POWERS of all siesi
XfJLE OR DOUBLE
STATIONARY EUGINES, j
DRAG1 SAWS, I
COnil SHELLERS, I
PEED MILLS, &c., &cl
special , inducements to casb
1 ii-J- ; 1
Send for Catalogue,
and state xrha
Address, EOBINSON fe Co.,
14 A I : , Richmond, Ind.
njere Is a, clrcnlAr of this "Hoom at Crwfoj4
5T SallsbtuT, where lmimS?2J
f-V w owa eosmr may te obtained. i
P. H. (1EILIG Ts S0J,
WPU14 can attention to their large and splendid
i- ' . 1 t -
Embracing: IRONS and STEELS-JeYery yartety ot
ones uuu Bnapefl uesiquauiy.
( Wagon and Baggy Materials
comprising an the various kinds required springs,
i uiea, wijtxis, sc., reaoy yn set, up.
Telegraph Straw Cutters
all sizes, and unsurpassed in quaUty and durablUty
Cweat American Liffhtmng SAWS,
erery land and sii embracfngr HILL & CROSSCUT
i NAILS all sizes cut and wrougnt.
The most popular and approved styles-Plow Cast
mga, au ainas, dohs, sc. ro. 6 points tor $1
Wl N DOW GLASS from sk it to 24 30-Puttyrolls.
i ramis, v arnisnes, ugntninfc Drier, sc.
FAIRBANK SCALES-Steelyards and Balances.
! I Work. Tools ;
For Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Shoemakers, Farmers.
s Champion Mowers and Reapers.
Horse Rakes, Threshing Machines,
IHorse-Powers, Pumps, Sroraln Cradles,
! Grass Scythes. Planters Handled Hoes.
GUNS Pistols. Knives, and CUTLER Y of all kinds.
t-Our stock embraces everything to be found In
uuxe uki uoinDiewj Haraware store, ana au at low
rices for cash. With thanks for Dast favors we
ope to merit continued confidence and Increasing
YELLOW FEVER BLACK VOMIT.
It Is tOO Soon to forsret the ravnera nf thin tprrlhlp
aisease, wnicn wui no aouot return in a more malig
nant and virulent form In the fan months nf ists.
! MERRELL'S HPATINSL a Upmetfv rilaovpnvl in
Southern Nubia and used with such wonderful re
sults m soutn America where the most aggravated
cases of feVer are found, causes f torn one to two
ounces of bile to be filtered or strained from the
blood each time It passes throueh the Liver, as lone
as an excess of bile exists. Bt its wonderful action
on me uver ana stomach the HEPATIXE not only
revents to a certainty any kind ci Fever and Black
omit. DUB aiSO cures Headache. CrtnKMnal.ton nf t,h
puwcia, ijfapepsia. ana au m aianai aiseases.
No one need fear Yellow Fevpr who wilt e.xnei t.h
Malarial poison and excess of bile from the blood by
using MERKKLL'S HEPATINE, whlqh lssold by all
Oruirslsts In 25 cent and 1.00 bottles, or win hp nent
hr tnK hv tha Pnvnrinrnia . r
A.F. MKRRELL s CO.. Phila. Pa.
flr. Pembijrton'sStillingia or fern's Dclisht.
tBThe reports of wonderful cures of niiMima-
tibin. Scrofula. Salt Rheum. Svnhiiik. Canon i:icrs
uuu owres, mat come irom au pans oi the country,
are not only remarkable but so miraculous as to h i
uouoieu was u not lor tne aoundance of proof.
lEemarkable Cure of Scrofula, &c
j CASE OF COL. J. C. BRANSON.
i ) Kingston, Oa., September 15, 18T1.
IGkjits : For sixteen vears I hMpWen v rat. enf.
ierer rrom scroruia in Its most distressing' forms. I
nave been Confined to my room and bed for fifteen
years with scrofulous ulcerations The most ap
proved remedies for such cases had been used, and
the most eminent Dhrslclans consulted, without. nv
decided benefit. Thus prostrated,! distressed, de
sponding, I was advised by Dr. Ayejr, of Flovd coue
ty, Ga,, to commence the use of yotfr compound Ex- I
tract StilUngla. Language Is as insufficient to de-
scriDe line renei 1 oouineu from the use of the Stll-
Ungla as It is to convey an adaauate Idea of the in
tensity Of DiV SUfferlns1 hfifnro nstlnir vmir m ullclni.
sufficient to say, I abandoned all ot&er remedies and
continued the use of your Extract of sumngta. until
I can say truly, 'I am cured of all pain," of all dis
eases, with nothing to obstruct theiactlve pursuit of
my iivic!iuu. mure vnan eigpt monrns nave
elapsed since this remarkable curei without any 1 e-
luruui tut; uisase .
ror tne trutn ot the above statnient, I refer to
any gentleman in Bartow County, Ga., and to the
members of the bar of Cherokee circuit, who are ac-
ualnted with me. I shall 'ver remain, with the 1
eepest gratituae, Your obedient servant,
jj J. C. BRANSON, Atfy at Law.
: . A MIRACLE. :
West Point, Uj4 Sept. 16, 18T0.
Gknts : My daturhter was taken on inn st.h dnv
of June, 1&73, with what was supposed to be Acute.
Rheumatism, and was treated for the same with no
success. In March, following, olecfes of bone betran
to work out of the rtsht arm. and Continued to u.
pear till all the bone from the elbow to the shoulder I
joint come out. Many pieces of bone came out of
tue riyui iuoi anu ieg: ine case was then pro-
uuuwcuuucui wiuu; sweiur.g. Alter naying oeen
confined about six years to her bed, and the case
considered hopeless' I was Induced ito try Dr. Pem
bertonTs Compound Extract of Stlllingla. and was so
weustusueu wnu its enecis inai i nave continued
the use of it until the present.
My daushter was confined to hr bl nhnnt. kit
years before she sat up or even turned over without
help. She how sits up all day, and i-ews most of her
lime nas walked across the room. Hertcreneral
neaitnis now good, and I believe ishe win, as-her
limbs fcain Strength, walk well. I ittribute her re
covery, with the blessing of God, to the use of your
With gratitude, 1 am, yoiu truly,
I WB. BLANTON.
' West Point, GaL, Sept 16, 18 0.
Gents : The above certincate ofi Mr. V. B. Blan
ton we kndw and certify to as being true. The thine
is so ; hundreds of the most respected citizens will
certify to lc. As much reference can be given as
may be required. Yours truly,
CRAWFORD a WALKER, Druggists.
J HON. H. D. WILLIAMS.
tDR.i PEMBERTON'S STILLING I A Is pre
pared by Ai F. MERRELL s CO., Phlla., Pa.
Sold by all Druggists In $l.oc bottles, or sent by
express. Agents wanted to canvass every where,
i Send for Book "Curious Story" free to all. Medi
cines Sent tjo poor people, payable In Installments.
1 . ; . 1 . .
SALISBURY BOOK! STOrlE.
GEO, W. Y0PP, Propr.
! j (AtPljrler'sOld Stand.)
BRIGHT NEW BOOKS
AT j '
CALL AND SEE HlSf. 9:tf.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS ,
Ar useoaaled for the enra sad prevention of
alaaaea in Soraea, Cattle, KoKS,bheep.nd f owla.
oa vid & fourS. Proo 3ait3were, aid.
On and Off Slick as Grease I
GAITERS, j -SHOES,
' " " : ' i :
ResoectfuIIv announces hi ftnntinnAnp at
his old stand in hi old line, oa llain Street,
opposite Eunice' Drug Store. He .U:' always
ready and anxious to accommouate customers
in his line in the best manner possible. He is
preparea to ap nrst class work and can com
pete with any northern Shop or Hand made
worki-Hf machines, lasts; Ac are of the
latest apdj best patera s. ; He works the rery
best material and keeps on hand ready made
WJi and stock equal to any special order.
wepjriDgneatiy and promptly done at re a
Satisfaction guaranteed ot no
Prices to Suit the
Cash orders by mail promptly filled:
k. . i ? ' fee? td
r c - S I
i ail S Q
S fJJ. tJ
J Jo E3
tefl to dure!
ENNISS' CHICKEN CHOLERk CURE
or money refunded if directions are
PEICE 25 CENTS,
ENNISS' Drujr Store.
WIIEIV VOW WAST
H A R D W A
At Low Figures
Call on the undersisned at Tin.
D . A. ATwELL.
Salisbury ,N. C. June 8 tf
People are Ettinff acquainted -and thoae who
are not ought to tic with the wonderful merits of
that great American Remedy, the
FOR HAN AND BEAST.
Tblnllnlment ery naturally originated In Ameri
ca, where Nature provide la her laboratory such
surprising antidotes for the niatadiea of herchd
drcn. Its fame has lieen spreading fori S3 yean,
until now it encircles the habit&hle globel
The Ulcxican Mustang Liniment la a matchless
remedy for all extern sj ailments of man and beast.
t To stock owners end farmers It Is layaluable.
A singlo bottle often saves a Jiuinan life or re
stores tho usefulness of an excellent none, ox
cow, or sheep. T
It ceres foot-rot, hoof-all, hollow hopn, grub,
crew-worm, tJioulUer-rot, mange, the bites and
stings of poisonous reptiles and Insects, and erery
stic a drawback to stock breeding and bush life.
It cures every external troubio of hones, such
as lameness, scratches, swlnny, spralnsj founder.
wind-sail, ring-bone, etc., etc
TaaUextcaa Mustang Unlntent Is thej quickest
cure In the world for accidents pecurriag In the
family, in the absence ot a physician
burns, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc., and fori
tlsm, and stillness engendered by exposure.
tlcularly valuable to Miners.
It is the cheapest remedy in the world, for it
penetrates the muscle to the bone, and
application Is generally sufficient te eureL
Xexlcan Mnstang Liniment is put up
."xes of bottles, the larger ones being proportion
j-ly much the cheapest. Soldeveij wheke.
trj p ft i &
j r mm bis-3 o
5er - t - .2 5 g
c P s; J
09 5 " S2 3 .
m -5 i6 ' I I t-
h? -" TO
$340.00 Piano Upriffht Parlor Crsan,
ajout t:id aciu.-a eot of rawnf warm.
11. : uiuiv
otners, It U tatdlnr advert beHMt.
llcir, I con
O M M COKt li wul Uo WC to a-.x- )t thij n-.nt
- " w m a- utKiu
y?JI?tKiVa. li-"fttlsfactlon... SrJea now very
Jul house in A nericn. More vaaoUetU teatlnMalala
vua enyire worio. 1 le uwher but It
tended tour tUronRa cJnlininrcF K.. 1
!, 145 utwMwda. Beware cf ImitaUona 1
I Pn-Mijlc UniU tors. Uowrof Uuy Oo bext ! B it
.hr..i...l.A. ...I... . . I. .Ill l . . ... '
Aempaper with much laf anaarlrta a'jo jt co-t of riaao
)t WA-it oa j yoa. if , o-lor one and inake you t rnd
tSHOW THIS 6PLCDp
Tho "MFW IUCDirm : t
IT ic La not a renr,-ntArl Tot-i i n ArrtAnM t
iti nera wr tjiu orar h at th rery lowcot flsnire nd
. . . - - " " J vau 1 m ' lit, I.
"""-'wv-nii eas:iy learnea. aoes not get out o oider
more work with icss labor thai any other machine. Illustrated Xiicu'ar
J. S. DO YET, Maaajer. G4 N. Charles Street.
MERONJEJYS 6z ROGERS, AgentsSal:
I do not hesitate to say the American Machine surpasses all othtr machines. Beside .4o
lnc all iha urnrL- tKat rliAirnQitKi , ... M H. i - t i. . . i i .. r iir.'
" vv ui.vmuwwu, i
irom Swiss Muslin to Heaver cloth. 1 have
ti..A .k 1 : : 1 ..
uuu iuc .ujciiuau is buj;ci iur IW llieui ail.
T I 1 . i r J . , ...
x uave useu me oinger ana otuer macumes,
Merosey & Bro., Agenta American Sewing
Sirs:! bare nsed the Howe. Singer.
-1.: 11 . " i
I viiihct, anu wuuiu noi give ine American ior
in the circular. I consider it superior to all
Fee Simple Deeds, Deeds in Trust. lMort?af?e Deeds. CommiKsinTiPrar T)Pf,i
ftDeeds, Chattle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certificsl
rHoft I J x 1 . n , ... t . i 'j
iouucia guinea, auu various otner
Administrators, executors, commissioners,
call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly-great injustice! to owners to put up
their property at public auction without first giving ample notWof the salej .Thi rf
quirements of the law on the subject every bbdv knows are instifficient. Pronertfi
often sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or'two spent in advertising rriigbt JiaVa
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notices promptly and cheap. H
NOTICES POSl PCSTI1TC-
CARDS, Posters, all kinds,
! M (GAUL. ! .
Aeak! Readm E
E AD ! 1 ! ;
Try, and be convinced That it in mnch
Cheaper, Better and more convenient to use
"Barkley & Basson'i Enlirpriic Pnrc Roait
which thousands of families are now uing ex
clusively. Call on yoor ttrocer,,ahd try a
package of Barkley & fHasson's Enter
prise Boasted Coffee, where you will get
satisfaction or your moneyrenrfi. i
For sale by All Grocers,' and Manufactured
by BABKLEX & IIASSON. !
25:2m Baltimore, Md.
To make Title to Land,fand Laborer and
Mechanics- Liens, for sale at this Offico
Mortgage Deeds Tor sale here
Also various ; other blanks. f-
3 Octaves, 13 Etops, 2 Knso 3wetl,f0r ;
Vwnt Kwn : 1
ty Grand rrm
the scale brii.iJL.1!
ftrlfi-ht charrwi both war. fM.Z.V.f.T', i I :
(vuawij muviuTii, news wus tnmnllvUii ..." w j
aa rvprr Orranv). fJTjVle,.0ffT. hi.-
tli;lil givo you Ihi, Wlcntii bnrr l inJ ' 1;
tuTrcconOamlr inorvasin? at a mrml r .i tu'" that
rorlO, and 1 cUalUmir any one to i t
Tthoa any manufactured
Ilrku n lMtnL fUiimn
pnenteu oj my celebrated inrtramenta, Kew V"
I . : . ..'vi.iiwunr iT.iAlllB.M
it greas miccesa niui DroUKBt mtonMnv kTT'
avoid the mouoacli-U and irreanoiuuhlA h.T?. ?
and Ctivans 1
a handsome Moscut. iVniteSi themJL K
0?FCR TO YOUR NElCHQORS.
- a auuriM. .
Buy only the
I It IS TUI j ; f .
Only Stewing Machine
WHICH BIS A 1 S
1'ercr trcais tie Ti'-ik-'
Keret 5 tips S:itci:s.
".Is Uip LIfiitestJEtaais-i"
The S'riplrst, the Moat Pur
able, and in Ei ery bespat
. . ......
and wijf a
funiisjiecJ 6 i
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