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THE ROOF OF THE WORLD.
aareo Polo'a Account ol the Plattau of
Patnlr and ft luhabltautM.
, In leaving BadnKhaii yon ride 12
'jays between oust jjnd northeast,
' jien ng the j-fvor flint runs (
strong h land belongin to n hrothor
;f the Trinp of Biidn.shnn and con
fining a good many towns jjhid vil
lage and scattered habitations. The
gooplo are Muhunimednns and val
"ani in war. At tho end of those 13
ira vnn onmn tn n nrovilice of HO
treat size, oxtondina indeed no moro
Ann throo days' Journey in any oi-
rocuon, ana iui r umiuu.
Pio people worship Mohammed and
hey havo a pecmJinr langnngo. l ney
ro gnllnnt soldiers, and they have
a ft much ns to say count, and they
ire liegomen to tho Trince of Bada
ihnn. There are numbers of wild beasts
f all sorts in this rrpion. And ;hen
ma leave this nttio country ana
ride throo dnys northeast, always
iimnng fnountains, yon got to stieh a
might that it is said to-bo the high
est place in the world. And when
yrvu hare got to this height yon find
i crnat blko between two monntnins
ind out of it a fine riveT running
thrmish a plntn rlothod with tho
finest pasture in tbo world, inso
mnch that a lenn bennt there will
fatt'nj to your heart's content in ten
days. "Tber are (treat nnmbers of
all Kinds of wild bumt.-, among oth
rs wild" sheep of great size, whoso
hrns are a R'K'd palms in lonjrtb.
Fmtn these horns the shepherds
nnko Rrent bowl to cut. from, and
they nun the lu rrs also t' ineloso
fcibls for their on it In ,'it nigl.t.
Mi-spot Mnreo was tnld nn that
ho wolves wirn numerous and kill-
t many of those wild !ieep. Hunee
luantities of their horns and bones
were lonml, ami tnesit wero mnoo
Into treat henpn hy tho wayside in
order to trn'de travelers when snow
was on thn ground.
The plain is ealb-d Pamir, and
you ruin -across It mr l nays inro
i.'i ther, flhdint; notliins hut ri dtsert
without hahitntions or any preen
tiling, so that travelers are ohlicod
t.i carry with them whatever they- I
h.ive need of. The reion is so lofty J
and cold that you lo not even see
any birds fly iiifj. And I must notice j
aliw that beeauHe of tliis prent cold j
firo tloos not burn so brightly nor
pivo ou so much hnnt as usual, nor
does It oook food so effectually.
Now, if wo go on with onr Jour-
tho east-northeast, we j
travel a good 40 days, continually
passing over mountains and hills or
hrongh valleys and crossing many
Vora and tracts of wilderness. And
all this way you find neithor hab
itation of man nor any green thing,
but, must carry with you whatever
you roquiro. Tho country is called
Dolor. The people dwell high up in
tho mountains and are savage idol
aters, living only by the chnso and
clothing thomselvos in the skins of
boasts. They are in truth an 4vil
race. "Tbo Story of MurooPolo,"
by Noah Brooks, in Ht. Nicholas.
"Yon would bo astonished if you
knew tho number of letters I receive
at the bogiuning of every season
from titlod rsxiplo who proposo to
stay at my hotel, entirely ut toy .ex
pense, during tho holidays," said
tbo proprietor of a south ooast hotel
In tho course of a oonversution the
writor had with him recently.
"Ha many Americans and mer
chants from tho midlands who have
tnado tboir pilo hope to scrape up
acquaintances which may lead to
tie marriages of their daughters
with aristocrat during the sumuior
seoaon that tho way in which they
eioot thoir hotel , is to see what
Mod persons are staying where they
wish to go, and the hotel at which
there are tbo most promising titlos
and nnmos is invariubly the one se
loetod by them, whilo thoy make a
point of indulging in every extrava
gance just to prbjudioe their victims
I in. their favor and exhibit to thorn
"Tha arutooracy know this full
wril, and impecunious baronets are
csfxicially willing to tako advantage
Of it. They know the value of thoir
tititia to uuoua trade advertisements,
and many of them get thoir summer
holidays at good betels absolutely
flea in this way. Kieh merubanta
ata the people who make hotels pay,
t4 wa proprietors know that noth
ing attracts these so well as thu
names and titles of baobelor baron
eta; honoe we are generally quite
willing to entertain these queer pro
noala. )-Fuarson's Weokly.
ObIoihi and Slaap.
In Borne, Ga., lives an Ingenious
faruior who was told that onions
yore efUoaoious in oanBiagjleep. Be-
ing kept awake lata every night by
tha noise of tba numerous baaua
who oamo to sea bis daughters, he
rosolvel- to try tba onion prescrip
tion. Uo did not take it bimsolf,
linwever. hilt ton fin Vila HniH,ht.1P1i
pat then) every night at supper. TaM.
family now retires at an early boar
every night, and peace reigns in the
bouaiihuld, The onion is mighty and
will prevail Richmond (lud,) Reg
ister. - . " ; .
Alanaa Nul dbaa, my bripht haired ehtld.
Hleop iweatrri ilwp, my waite lam b aula
Rvtt your rod lip Moiutug to 'y.
Tha me otillaB. da dbut-a roa.
Ont on iha raworUuid 'Ms lonely nteht.
Pale burn the jack o' tho l&aiaura Hunt,
Tn tfough of thu wild Ihw gultia 1 hear
Angela if Go!, fttinrd wi'll my dvar.
Prom harm and avlla ahinfci him wall,
Thu p rila of niabt awl Uio fuirtra' apalL
Whc-a unlaiaa tlaaoo In ibe morning light
My joy will wake liaa i floff'nd bright
M:tcushla atorin. oh, aoftly nlvejjj, w
(Liktt bantfbtx walling th, night Mjwt
Tour aweul lips turning, thoy to my
Thn mo rulbt. na dbucn mo.
-J. B. Doilur.l In CnthotM World
Whrnra Came Soma Flnwara.
From tbo Alps' camo the rannnotr-Ins-
and from Itnly the miirnorictto
in 1S2S, rosemary from the south of
Europe In 153t and tho jasmine from
Ciroaasln about 1518. The yoaf 1SR7
sn-w the introduction of fonr time
honored favorites, the auricula from
Switzerland, the pink from Italy,
tho gillyflower and onrnation from
Flanders. Spenser, by the way. In
the "Bhepheardo's Calendar" (1579),
classes the carnation, whioh he calls
"coronation, " with the purplo ool
Tjrnbine and the gillyflower as lov
ers' flowers. Now, the carnation is
generally STtppoae1 to have derived
its namo from fbe carnation or flesh
color of tho original species. But
tho word nsed by Bpenser suffgests
that "carnation" is merely an ah
breviation of "ooronatlon, " in allu
sion to the erownlike appearance of
the flower and its specific name,
Tbo rhilolenieal society's Nfw
Em?l sh Dictionary does not. decide
which of tho derivations is the only
trno one, though one mnst have
originated in a mistake. Anyhow
the shorter form was common In
Hhakespenro s time, and wo have It,
on Damo Cjnickly's authority, tba
Bir John Falstnff "could never abide
i onrnation ; 'twas a color he never
i liked." lavender was imported from
I tlio south of Europe not later than
j l.jHH and the labnrnnm from Hun
gary about 157R, while Sir Walter
Itnleieh is orelitxt with havinif
j brought tho snowdrop back with
i him from his short lived colony of
I Roanoke, an island off North Caro
i Una, in 15X4. Chambers' JonrnaL
Old Tavwrn Rntatarara.
Thero were tho Kjn, tho Dog, tba
Triple Tun and, more famous still,
the Old "Devil in Fleet wtreet, near
Tumplo Bur, and almost opposite Kt
Dunstan's church. Flore wore held
I those convivial exerotst'S ovor which
Jonson ruled with a deMpotio band.
and hither to him came flocking the
poets of the younger generation
ilerrick and Falkland and Sir Ken
elm Digby, Marmion, Randolph
and Brotne, the dramatists, and
many mora It was a species of lit
erary clab- Its members were "suai
od of tbo tribe of Ben" and called
bis sons. The dignity of sonship was
accorded to ilerrick, and throughout
his after life be always looked bock
to his connection with the old poet
with a peculiar relish. With tba ex
ception of tho classical writers and
Ben Jonson, tbo only poets cele
brated in his verse are Beaumont,
Fletober and Don ham. But to Jon
son are consecrated several of his
lyrics, and in all of tbom he is spo
ken of as tho ohiof of pouts, "ths
rare aroh poet."
VMl me a mlflhty bowl
Up to tha brink.
That I may tlrWk
Cnto my Jouaua'a aooi
Crown It airain. attain.
and thrioa rapaa
That happy haat
To drinh to than, my Bern,
and writes an epitaph tor him, which
Bra llua Jonaun with taw raat
Of tha poeta, but tha haaa.
The latest development of that fancy
whioh makes men tans to oddities la
club life is sa saaujisiioa of umhi abunl
town to be known as the "ttoeiety of
Pointed Beards, "
I DudeHtuud' that this otganlsatioa
bos fitted itaelf out already with a oua
stitatiuu and bylaws and all the verbal
parspiiernalis of s olub.
Its general obarsuter nisy.be inferred
from section t of article i of the ooo
tltution, which is as follows i
"Mo oos aball be eligible anless be
bove a oarefully cultivated beatd of aat
oral and perauual growth in good staod
lug sud turuiioaied in one ayuunsuioal
puiul a half iuch from the apex of tbe
ohiu of autneient evideuoe to preclude
eouuoveiay. Cholly jfcnloaattiooaar la
tisw York Seoorder.
Iha Kama Crlpala Cnah,
A magazine writer says that Crip
ple Crook got its name from a trio
of pros poc tors who happened to atop
on the banks of tbe stream beoauae
their mule bad gone lame. They
discovered signs of gold and decided
to stay awhile. -AShile patting np
shanty one of the man fell from the
-toot and struck on tba dogwhich
they bad with them, breaking his.
own arm and tbe log of tbe oanlne.
This made three orippAe, in oawp;
honoa tbe name.
tunoe by tbe oasts of fortune, be
wise, betimes, lot thon repeat too
4ate What tbou- winaeet ia prodU-
gaiiy spanv What thoq losast ia
prodigally Joai Quarlos,
AN ANCIENT CUSTOM.
Tinnnlnc For tna ll(nttl" a ratara at
Mr. Wos B. Smith writes to Tho'
Democrat of the Inst tinioho attend
ed a wodding whoro running for the
bottlo was a fcaturo. Of oonrse in
these dogonorate days a wedding is
not nooossary to precipitnto a chnso
for tho receptacle, but accounts of
tho former onstom may not be un
intorusting. Tho practice was in vogno nmong
tho aristocracy of England as far
back as tho sixtoonth century. It
was handed down to America
through tho early colonists, but has
long sinoo boon out of dato here. "
Tho last chaso of this kthd, says
Mr. Smith, that v;r. jicrformcd in
this section occurred in November,
183N, at the wedding of Kmannol
Mann, father of Judge Ttussoll Mann
of Paris, and Kllen Snorlrn'?8,laugh
ter of David HnrHlprac a, aftervard
county Judge of Harrison. The
groom is still lU-injf at Millorshnrg.
Emanuel was tho son of Peter-Mann,
a Nicholas oounfy farmer of consid
erable wealth and intelligence, and,
of course, Ellen was a young lady of
prominence. So, thon, tho wodding
was quite "swell. "
As tho custom was, on tho morn
ing of tho wedding tho guests as
sembled at the homo of the bride to
await the coming of tho bridegroom
and his attendants. About one hour
before the expected arrival three of
the younger gentlemen, Mohsts, Da
vid Henry, Jack Barrett and Iong
Sam Van Hook, equipped with whip
1 and spnr, mounted thetr snorting
j Hteetls and prepared for rho race.
; Off they wont, catirnt and sterd
i plying iiion fhe horses' hides, over
i fences, ovor ditches, thronirh the
fields, across the meadows on they
raced to meet the bridegroom. At
! last tho bridal proccRMion wns sisrht-
ed, tho "bait, ninn " rifling in front
and holding in view tho much prixed
bottlo of whisky The race then n
gnmod fresh tr iportionn. Faster flow
the steeds. Thicker urow tho dust
behind them. Now narrott is in
front Over tho next jump Long
8am loads hy a none. Henry leads
st . the next jump. Now iill aro to
gether Down the -itraitrht they
come as one team. Tho riders are
whipping for their lives. Onemi.rn
bisb, one moro stride, a nuproma
effort, and Jock Barrett oaptured
Now Jack has won tho right to
head t he procession. Proudly riding
in front, shaking the bottle above
his heud in the prule of supremacy,
be guides thu way to tbo bridal par
lor and the ceremony is endtxL
The bottle, surrounded by a gay
array of acoon torments, with exquis
ite floral decorations of mint, was
proudly stationed on the sideboard
all tbo livelong duy, that lie who
would might pnrtako of its contents
without let or hindrance.
Mr. Smith adds that no one so far
forgot binvelf as to imbibe too free
ly. Mr. Hnodgrass was a preacher in
the Christian church and a modol of
piety.- Though the bottle was master
of the occasion, the preacher totoJ!!".00.
all efforts on tbe pax t of the younger
folks to dance, play "old Sister
Phibe,"or even play "pleased or
displeased. " Cynthiana (Ky.) Dem
ocrat. Sir Edwin Landaeer. the famous
animal puintor, bad on old servant
bis but lor, valet and faithful slave
named Willuun, who was pturtiou
lurly assiduous in guarding the out
er portal No one could y any pos
sibility gain direct aooess to Sir Ed
win. Tho answer would invariubly
be, "Kir Hod win is not at W
Tbe prince oonsort himself unoe ro
eolved this answer when be ceiled,
amplified on that occasion by tbe ae
srmance that "he hud gone to wed
ding," an entire fiction on William's
part, as tbe prince foand out, for, un
walking boJdly in and round tbe
garden, be utioed Sir Kd win looking
out of bis studio window. This was
the faithful attendant who one day,
when a lion bad died at "tbe sou"
and bis corpse oame up in a four
wheeled oab to be painted from,
startled his master with tbe ques
tion, "JHeasa, Sir Uedwin, did you
border aliou?.", Han Francisco Ar
U ladhaia-a Da hat.
Charles Wyndham, the nglisb
actor manager, who has bod control
of tbo Cxi tor ion thou tor in Loudon
fox- 30 years, is fond of telling bow
be made his first appearance on the
stageTwben a youngster. "1 remem
ber I bod to say the line, '1 tun
drunk with love and enthusiusm,' "
be says, ''But I was so frigbtenod
that I simply blurted out, 'I am
drunk,' stopped and ruabedoff the
stage amid roars of laughter. " j
Anaoaaelns Ute Baby 81Mk
lu sending announooment oarda of
a baby's birth the baby 'a name ia
printed in full on a small card, which
ia inclosed with the parents'"" cr.rd.
If desired, it niay be attached to the
large card by a bow of very narrow
white satin ribbon, or silver cord.
The data of birth in added, but not
tbe weight of the baby, nor any oth
er partioubtra-of any sort whatever.
Ladies' Home Journal.
TRAVELING IN CHINA.
fhe Aluat SerlouN Drawback la tha Slow
nM of Travwl.
A' journey to Europe. is such tin
ovoryday affair that peoplo who
wish to be looked upon as traveled
now turn tholr attention in othor di
rections. The Ost-Asiatisohe Lloyd,
Shanghai, points out that China is a
oompnrativoly now flold to tho . ex
cursionist and thinks tho westorn
publiowill bo-glad to bo informed of
the mode of travel and its cost In
tho Flowery Kingdom. The most se
rious drawbaok to a trip through
China appears to be tho slowness of
travel. The Lloyd says:
"There are very few straight
roads in China. Tho actual distance
botwrtyn two commercial centers
may bo comparatively short, hut the
roads are so tortuous that traveling
requires much tirho. Thus tbo dis
tance lKtweon Yunnan -fn, the cap
ital of tho province of Yunnan, and
the Yarigtso port of Hakow is, on
an average, covered in Hf days. The
distanoo is, as the crow flies, H25
miles, but the traveler goes over
twico as much. Tho distance travel
ed daily varies, of course, with the
character of the eormtry. In south
ern Yunnan, where horses and sedan
chairs are available; 'JO to 3fi miles
per day may be accomplished. A
sedan chair with three carriers (one
as relief) costs 1 a day. Coolies
earrying 70 to SO jiounds, reoelvo Ii5
to 10 cents a day. A ha crura ire horse
costs all trritfl twits a, day and, carries
twice hs" much as a enly, but its
'owner mtwt bo tinid. sirntelv for
lendinnr it. Bullocks carry nbont lfiO
ponndw, hut. only advance a the
mt of s to 13 'miles a day.
"In rthansi and Shensi two wheel
ed ivtrts are nwed ; also -wdan chairs,
earned Is'tween two mules, ltatrgairo
and merchandise aro transported on
chairs, which carry JOOpotinds each,
at a iost of io 1- cents a in tin.
In the lloniin provinco wbtsdbarrows
aro used, small ones at JO to Soenfs
a day; largo on, pnshod by two
men, twice "that sum. In traveling
on witter the rout in yj to 15 twnts
for n distance of 100 11 ibon 30
miles) for each pirsin. Meals wt
on an avernio cents. With re
gard to seonrity, it must be admit
ted that trnvoling is much less dan
gerous in ('lilnu Chan may be sup.
pood. Tho renin roads urn general
ly safe. Attacks from "robbers are
much more likely to happen on less
frequented byways, In districts
where the imputation is not very
numerous guards ure stationed along
the road to protoot the onrnvaiis.
Tins is oHeontlly the case on high
ways used for tbo mails. It is, how
ever, advisable to travel urmed, es
pecially if one carries articles of
Lwnx, the American cyolist, pass
ed safely through Chinu. It was in
passmtf through tbe country of tbe
bloodthirsty Kurds that he met his
fate. Literary Digest
In a very interesting paper in The
American Monthly Magazine, writ-
the "Boston Tea Party. " sbe tells of
the sly Irishman, Captain O'Connor,
who tried to capture a pocketful of
tbe seised tea, and of his punish
ment. Let mo add another similar
tea party anecdote, ae told me a few
years ago by Isaac Pitman, an old
tune resident of Boston, then He
years old. Mr. Pitman said his fa
ther was one of the Boston tea party,
though the young Mohawk was only
1:4 years old at tbe time and joined
the patriotic baud more for rollick
ing fun than for noble revolt against
the British yoke. He saw O'Con
nor's ooattaila turn off and O'Con
nor badly battered and braised, and
soon de tooted another of the party
in the act of surreptitiously filling
with tea the great flap pockets of his
ooat The young patriot crept up un
seen and unheard behind the sneak
and cautiously lifted tbe ooattaila
containing tbe precious "China
horb" and softly emptied tbe oua
tents of the pockets into tbe sea, A
few minuttst later he.beacd the tea
stealer bitterly bewailing tbe loss of
hie office and bouse keys, which he
said "some one must have stolen. "
The gay young Mohawk hud emptied
tbe keys with the pilfered tua into
tbe Boston harbor. Alice Mors
Earlo in American Monthly. " "
. .. Ti iM" '
Tha Maaane Way. ' ,
It was just af tec their first tiff tol.
lowing the bonoy moon, and John
was trying to make it up.
"Do you know why 1 oall you the
queen of hearts?" be asked,
"Yea," sbe replied.
Thia wasn't what he expooted her
to say, but be bad to go ahead,
"WhyV" be asked.
"Because when 1 married I took
the Jack," she answered,
Ho made no further attempt to
make it up for 35 minutes. Chica
go Poet. '
"Did you boar bow Jorkma acted
when bis house was on fire? The on
ly thing be tried to save was the rag
"Yes, but bo thought his wife's
diamonds were in the ragbag, while
Loll the time they wore safe in the
ash heap. "Detroit Free Press.
STILL A BACHELOR.
But Ba XfaS ftocnathlng to Bar la His
"Not at all, not at all" instated a
Washington bachelor, who would ba
a most eligible and substantial mat
rimonial "prtzo if ho woro loss "sot
in his way, "I mnot at all oynloal,
and if there be ono oroatureof all
tbe' Lord made in tho beginning that
I think ia moro admirable than any
othor creature or than all tho othor
oreatnrea that! croaturo is womnn,
but when it oomeg to an indissoluble
tie thereto, thon I beg to be ex
cused. "Of course. I hnvo a reason,' ha
oontinned. "If a man did anything
without reason, he wouldn't be
much of an improvement over tha
womerr, but I havo an excellent rea
son for being a bachelor at lensti,
for tho present. Perhaps when 1 am
grown older and my years are ap
proaching the limit I may take a
wifo, knowing that if I make a mis
take I won't bave very long to suf
fer or that she won't if she nhnnld
make a mistake, hut while I am still
in the thirties I. shall keep those
years entirely from the olutoh of
any aspiring feminine.
" Yes, " be continued, ' ' yes, I know
I used to tut quite ladies man, or
rather qu1f the man who was pret
ty sure to marry tho first ohanoe he
had, which the so called ladies,' man
never does, but I was saved in time,
thontrh I lost the irlrl I was'ongaered
to in the process of having my eyes
"Tell you about it? Certainly I
will," he langlied. It isn't any
more than rtizbt to my fellow snffer
era to show them the way out. Yon
know, I"Was about half engairod to a
girl llve'or hix years nco she's well
married now and one day I .hap
pened to drop into a certain fashion,
able millinery shop where all the lieet
people iio, I don't, know why I
should have mine in there, hut I did
It thl day, and before I had been in
there two iniiintm I heard a welt
known voice in active uae of lan
guage that was fairly making the
hair curl on it helpless girt clerk. I
listened until I felt tho chills chas
ing each uttmr down my liack, and
then 1 went out. That mht 1 called
on the poesexNor of the voice, hut I
had lost interest, ami after one or
two attempt I sueeended in lutvlng
langnaite applied to me that mode
my huir curl. After that I made it
my business to drop into millinery
Hhopa of the hlglMtr cIoms whenever
t oonlit, and In one ir two place I
oould hide away for half an hoar at
a. time, und tho number of lutml
sorpely drmsMl and elegant young
women whom I havo beard abusing
tboir mothers, tbe clerks und every
body else, with now and thon an
emphutia word thrown in, frighten
ed me so thu I liuvu loHtmy, nerve,
und I'm going to wait awhile and
forget how unlovely it ixtinpered
daughter of fortune may lie when
she tries. Kithor that, or I'll marry
one of tbe clerks in tbe millinery
store, and "he'll he so grateful to
me tor rescuing her that she will
find her greatest happiness in being
my slave forever. "
Moral. Bonnets, .not tempera, aro
for exhibition in millinery stores.
Novelists, as a class, already take
themselves too seriously. Atlaa hold
ing up the world is only a figure
symbolic of the novelist's conception
of his own place lit the scheme of
-the universe of today. To tab nov
elist tbe novel ia ideutiual with mod
era thought that is, it ia tbe only
adequate vehicle of expression to
all the moods, broudings, hopes as
pirations, groping, philosophies and
whatnot of modern life. If only tbe
playwright and the editor oould be
brought to shore with the novelist
this seriousnesa of self view, half
the reforms necessary to modem
civilisation would be accomplished
at a stroke. Accentuate tbe surlous
nesa of novel reading, lay it us a du
ty upon tbe oonecienoue of novel
readers, regardless) of tba inevitable
reaction on novel writers, and the
effect upon fiction production ia im
possible of estimate. tiaribnet'ai
H "Isn't it awful?" said Mrs. Jonka
to her busband. '
"Isn't what, awful?" quuried
Jonka, ' ,-
"Houston's boy was run over and
received infernal injurioe'
"Internal, you muan. "
"No, I muan infernal. I know
what I'm talking about,'''
After quarrel of five minute
Jenka, produoed a dictionary, and
with ooaaiderabla trouble managed
to find " infernal. "
"There," be exulaimod, "t told
you ao 1 Infernal meansv relating to
the lower regtooav" ,
l" Well,"repUod Mrs, Jenka and
there was a ring of triumph in, her
voice "ain't that whore be was in
juzed? "London, Answers.
"Why do you aay olden times?"
asked a little girl who bad, been, lis.
toning to a Bible story. "Times are
ever so much, older now thaa they
were, in those days." Brooklyn
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CURED AT 73 TEARS,
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sujr Ii ft, bufcl wiU twfc allow Uiu u urwvwuA
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alUtftblti IOMMiy )Uw WFUUItft ltl 1)1. I UO
this to airuw my suprtAMttMuaul t r.
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It will rjofiviit, ptrpttiJ, oa io of ur.r
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