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THE SCBAKTON lEIlTJKE-MGKDAY MOBNENQ. MAY 14, 1894.
A ' FL0WJIRY MIX.TINU AT TBBSPRuOBL.
Society ' Carlsbad i up early ia tlio
morniOK The Waters, as well u the
Carlsusd Spradsl Suit, act b at when
ttiken v.ry early in tho morning, be
fore) breakfast They nro ol gieut ben
i fit iu Habitual constipation, Chronic
Catarrh of the stomach, Dyspepsia,
Liver snd Kidney tronblet. Obtain the
genuine, which must hnvo (be signa
ture ol "KUnfr and Hendelton Co,
Agent?, New York," on every bottle.
INEXPENSIVE, BUT COMFORTABLE.
How a clever Woman Planned ami rnr
niched a mi. all Room,
One woman who ia inure clever than
wealthy has ;i real ,-lovo of u room,"
which contains all the essentials of com
fort, vet U not more than U feet square.
Its ono original recommendation was
the bright light that entered its single
Window, Ail the rest was evolved from
the owner's own brain, aud as it is not
only delightful, but economical as well,
it serves as an excellent model of what
can be done in a timpli way. It is thus
described in the New York Herald:
The walls are covered with terra cotta
paper, showing an indistinct pattern in
gold, which relieves its sameness with-
k coairn nvAN.
out being pronounced. Above the pilt
picture rail hi n fries of differeni shade!
of terrae.it ta, with here and there a high
light in gcM. TL" ceiling ii tinted a
warm cream and has no decoration at
all. The woodwork is .".1! pained n iw
dhim olive green, and on thofloerisa
simple ingrain rug which oombinea tbe
terracotta and olive In a conventional
design that is g'j'd to look upon, but
n i .ggn - live in the least
Ti.e window is draped with loftmadrai
curtains that are of a golden tone and
no prononnced design, and against the
glass are dainty friib-l curtains of pure
white !i:;nr'ilswiss. There is a cuzy cur
t:er as a mstti r of course, but i! :. ar-
nil:..-- i SO that the head of the 01 HCb hi Is
tin sp .ee between the window and tbj
wall and gets perfect light Tbe couch
itself i ; .'.rap d with terra c.,:ta velours,
and tbe pillows are of every possfbli
Combination of terra cotta ami gold.
Then was no comer proper, and as tbs
woman who planned toe room disdain, i
t mere arrangement of furniture under
tbe disguise of a tnisnamer she hung s
curtain by means of a crane, which not
only in ikv i a niche, but keeps all drafts
from pluyiiiv about her feet The cram
is bras.-, but the curtain is simple agrn
linen decorated by herself.
Opposite the clinch, against ti thei
wall, Is an upright desk of cherry trim
med with brai -. and before II stands tin
ever ready chair. At one end of the
room is a i Imple ease, which bol ls a few
favorite volumes, and in one corner is a
small tea table, with service only for the
few. On tiie walls are some delightful
etchings, simply framed, and 00 the
broad win. low. ill art growing blooming
Modern Kelt I! i ;h.
Tiio belt bag Is one ol the most con
venient articles of modern invention,
and it can be found in l i.. I to suit all
purposes. The extra large bag is Used
mostly In traveling or shopping, as it
can be made tho receptacle for porta-
monnsie Or change purse, han lki reiuef,
gloves, keys, memoranda and the many
other small necessities of Mich occasions,
Tim medium siied bag is suitable for
general use, while tho small one serves
to hold the handkerchief or any feminine
trifles and is loo lL-hl and inconspicuous
to cause the wearer tie slighter! incon
venience. IInrR-r'd linziir talis that the
most expensive begismof seal, morocco,
lizard s.!;iii or velvet mounted in gold or
silver r.:id I',.: ' ned to the belt by a chain
end long, fiat hook, tho latter concealed
by an on. anient of the metal used for
mountings. These mage in price from
i to $80.
The other fancy leathers are also used,
and the medium sized hag can be pur
chased aslow as 4H cents, though that
price does not guarantee long wear, ex
cept when the article is of suede, which
material is very durable, Tim smallest
bags cm be found at 80 cents each, and
Olio of the newest fashions shows a little
receptacle in leather, almost semicircu
lar in shape, with outside pocket for tho
handkerchief and pendent from the belt
by narrow leather bands.
CrPiolainz a Young Lady.
"Sho would bo a pretty girl for but ono
"What's that?" asked Charloy.
George iter face is always cuverod with
pnrpl'; and red blotches.
Chnrley Oh, that's easily enough di
pnsetl of. Used to b.) tho same way my
self, but I eattgbt on to th trouble ou. i
day, mid got rid of it in no time.
Oeoigo What was itf
Charley Simply Mood eruption-. Took
a short coarse of P. P. P. I tell yon, it'i
the boss bln.nl corrector. Tho governor
hail rhi-uraatisui so bail thnt you COUld
hear hira holler cluar across tho country
every time ho moved. He tried it, and
you know what an nthletio old cent ho li
no W If somebody would givo Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would tliauk them after
ward. All trie drug stores sell it.
V ; V;.
at . i .3.1
faflbctt-ra, Simple and Aili-.pted to Many Va
rieties ol" Needlework.
The stitcb.es Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 can be
adapted to almost any kind of embroid
ery, according to The Household, which
describes them as follows:
The leaf stitch is especially desirable
for long, slender leaves that need some
thing more than a simplo outline stitch.
It is worked in crisscross fashion. The
needle is planed as shown for oi.u stitch,
the next In tng taken be low at the short
dashes marked a and b
Tiio sailor knot stitch is Indicated at
Fig. 8. it is made by holding tho silk
Over the line to In- worked with the
thumb of the left hand, while you take
a small stitch from left to right over
the line of silk, forming a succession of
small knots along tho pattern, from
which it takes tho name of sailor's
The fern pattern is a favorite one for
trayoloths, toaoloths, bureau covers and
tho like, and the stitch used for this,
ill '-o ."
IJ5AP, BAH "It KN'i'T AM" ITIiN.
as in Fig. !! and Fig. 4, is simple and
very effective. The stem Is workod from
leaf to leaf, but the long center item i
done iu stem stitch.
It' embroidered in the d. Lioate shades
of green seen in young ferns, it is v ry
Filoselle Is better adapted to this
stitch than t1'" embroidery silk, two
and three amis being used forthe
Thp Mninci' l.l- of (initio Kell. i.l.
Qratlo Kelleis him self, s Maltese man,
was born of parents srbo pOSBSBSSd the or
dlaary tiumbsr of linger- mi l tin lie
bad sis tinker, on such baadand m to
on each font Ills wifs posssassd thsor
diuary nunbsr of diit font children
were Ix-ru to this couple. Salvator, il.e
elilest boy, bad tbe six flowered oondltloo
of his father represented InVnlL ti. -irge-and
Aadrs revml lad tin- tnothi r, but tbs
hands anil feet of the forniir were siightl)
dsformsdi Marie, tiit- datujbtsr, bad also
five do gen and live toesi ou each hand aad
f. t, .but bar thumbs wars davsloped i
what out of proportion
As n-tptr.U the sswnd genrratioti-ail
tbechihirsn baring marriad partners witb
natural hands aad test 4 ttor'sfoui
cblldrtn three showed the sis Bngsrsd
condition. Oeortft bad two girts with its
fingers and toes, mill a third girl with mx
lingers on snob hmid and sis toss on tbs
right foot, but ooly firs toes on tbs left,
and Dually a boy with the natural num
ber of digits. Andre had many chit
drea,but ail had uornuU bands aad fsstt
and ot Maria's family a boy bad tots,
while her other three children ihowed no
departure from n ttural typa. Dr. An
drea Wiis. n in llarpcr'a.
lleaaariog strain, o. Bridge..
A Kn-uch engineer h is devised a msthod
of accurately monsiiring the slralnaonirou
and stii'l hriuVes, using for tho puross
t wo "' ssta, a bleb sis a' taohsd soma -lis-
tancn apart to the Ik-aiu to he tested. Oil
one bracket Is a water i haudii-r, closed l.y
a Baxibla dlapbragni ami soanactsd with
an open tula-, which series to register, by
the height of the tills;, any pressure made
on tbla diaphragm. 0ns sad ol a pointed
rod is oonnaotad with this metal oovsriag
to tbs water ehatnbrr, wbfli t that Is
sol tab) j -in. d to 1 1 bat rs ksv It Is
thus seen that gay elongation ol the bridge
insinbey ennsss s tootloc of the diaphragm
ami a fail of the water la the flue tube.
New V. rl. 'I'eii ;ram
An i.i. ! DeearL
It might lie said that th.- Jornada del
MlK rto is the Ideal .', sert of lie- a -rid. In
no other ol tbe earth's most faerfu wastes
call Ik- found such natural cmli! , . ol
ideal borrOf I-'.ven tiio Bllrage, tempter of
the tlyfng traveler's despair, n sauce a mom
extraordinary devetopmant i bi rs I ban any
where else. Oa any due day sand in that
region all days are One. because then- is no
rain one can behold In the Colorado
deeert, where all hi bopolsss mliery around,
beautiful laasa, bsmptnc verdure and even
t.iwns With bOUSM ami cieir. a s Wltbld
distil ncor apparently smnlL Beyond all
other cbaracteristiea thbi desert ;ho-i-sm-s
that of liie plcturviue I-'or t .1 . lie
who can live on pictures it should be an
ideal nboila lie would never be fatigued,
because mo - range phantasmagoria fat
Sndleasly ehiin-.iig V.ibinRton Piar
Need Proptr Nourishment.
In these cases Bovininc is
indispensable; being so perfect
a nutrient, it is easily digested;
acceptable to the most delicate
stomach, it quickly restores
strength, flesh, and color.
Tho Original Raw Food
largely increases the number
of red blood corpuscles over
eight per cent. a week expands
the muscular activity, nour
ishes all the vital organs, and
is recognized by the medical
profession as the greatest flesh
Contains no tni-dir.illon.
Euilursoil by 25,0011 physitiins.
Sold by all druggists.
TIE B0VIN1NE CO., NEW YORK.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Cliildran. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic sub.staiico. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootuitig Syrup, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its jruuranteo is thirty years' use by
Ilillioiis of 3Iotliers. Castoria destroys Worm and allays
fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea anil Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and ilatuleucy.
Castoria assimilates tho (bod, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is an eaOSlhBt ItHHttt for chil
dren. Uothors have npsatodlytoMmocf its
goeJ effect upon their children."
lu. U. P. O-nonn,
" casnsls is the best tsmsdy rorcattdrea of
watch 1 urn acquainted, l bops Ihe day is sol
fir distant lien mi itliers wtilOonsMof the real
Interest of thi-lrchlldn-n, anil BSSCsstorlS la
st end of tiioviirinuaqiiaek uosu-uni'vlu.-haro
destroying their loted on. s, by forcing-! ;in.
tnorpblae, soothing syrup and ether bttrtfUl
agints down their threats, tli.rel.y lending
the in to premature graees."
Da. J. F. Kin. atto,
Tho Crnfcvnr Company, VI
LLCERS. PIMPLES. PLOTCHES. APSCCSSES. SALT
RHEUM, itUNNING SORRS, OR SCROFULA
IN THE SPRING
If so, your Blood must bo Impure Cloanso tho
Blood and Systom with
Burdock lood Bitters
Ban villi, Mich.. April Is, lfl).
Mi. . r.s F-i'T' 11 Mti.ticr.N A t'".
fjr Sn I write th-t you miy know the g-iod I baV8 rccelrcd frotn tbe
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS, 1 am now on tbe ninth bottle of yourwoadarfa
Killers and must enf m I hare ri-crlv.nl prompt cure of n I. ng tuuding dhs .me
ftclMFULA. I bave used dollar after dolbus' worth of oiflMnes and received
no relief, but the third bottle of H. H. H. 1 found r. st. I have also used
three Iwtllts. of BVBDOCK I'n.l- . llicy are the l.-.-i imalu he ovi r t k. I
cauuot praise them ts highly. 1 do one my whole life to th m and ran n fom
BU D J Iham Ut rj living Soul that il afflicted Willi that .ircial! il il'aM-, si KoK
ULA. I wss atlliiiid with lumps u huge as an egif In my right aide aud large
lumps en my throat, and my limbs were con-red with a Imrnlm? and Itching rain,
which vrry greatly guoygd me hen near thu warm store, i had spent n great deal
of u. ir.'. v' tr it..: :'' P' l r. li.-f . and ciUslll'nl lie- i-sl II). heal tf.-ilee lit l'i the
Su: -, but ail in -.1111 li.cv did m no g. od whatever, and I had about i-t . n up
wle p I thouk-h: I woulil.try your mallctn-s. and. thank God, Ibej bars cured tue.
I x.. s .: : .an u-uay. ToBr iw true friend sad .wli 'wisher,
Mlis rii.vv BirrTON,
B- rvillf. tit. QhdrOo,, Muhan.
N Made a well
V K d il of
INRAPO V 'y
no ..r.i .1
C.BCrS BY THC Hh
, -V' '.TrtrVALfSiflrtir,
:t JCIililPi.r fiEIIRAIi'ilA
r ivf Yf li krt
isimi in wl l nir r..ii A
I 1.. t,ei
folds, Suit 1 hru.t.
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in peii'''. leads to s1" 1 n
I onlltito-d rn Yrrn tt
hitl.fellinrur.mnte .1 1 r mi
AO rt. Trial frwi in pi .
wct-iiis. t, acOniuiVSa
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l:t- ll.otrr.t nin.l. .
ttin Lvn, KkS, V S. I
UrVTUfll soresl "-.-i -W remeSi tm
mfc ' nut- 1,1 1 , . .
llh-Mim. '. -1 s.irs. Iln-ii". i .e. Win- 1. rf . 1 n .
, ! !. I'll 1 , , , ., n , . .
fftsla .ir t.v mill ire.ni.i. AiMr is Snra OPSu
lor ml i I iv Mattli. U'9 !r..
I res and
Ft. . r Frl . Pin pi i . 1 S
L-rr Molta Dwc' S- .4
8u:iiurn ai.i Tm, and r .
iUiros the aklu to In orbd. 1 x iwi
nal fKshawa. pmducii.,:' . ' if
c!.-:tr mid h.alt:. : -..Vt.- V'P.-
pinion. Bnperlortdanfzoa --'
i i i'.lurs iiiid ji-ii -'.ly hnnnlo'''. At ell
Jti ts.orniallcO. lot BOen, Btad lur Clreuliut.
VIOLA EXIN 80Ar' 1 1 Saatj t-wtt "
,ktn Mfttnal lp, iai'.l,'l Sr it1!- Sail .. r.l wlib-it
rivl M lli aurrrr. At.ilutlT paro U1 I. .1. taj woli
,. i ai .n, .. .. Prli c 25 C e i.
... C. ilTTNEH ft CO., Tc r.tDO, O.
For silo by Matthews Broa .Moiiaii IsTnesad
Moi an & Ca
y-Q fey Worn;..
S.'mriim: n caeda a r:
.nl.lp niiinf h.u VAtnlnt 11,
V Dr. PEAL'S
ITS prompt, Bafo nnil c.-rtnlu In NSSli Tho k-e:
'Dr. PewPio nrvr-r 'l'..upi.liii. S.-nt ai.yirli
M. I'ealMi'-i r..,., i n,-,a o.
Sold bV JOHM n. PEBLPa Pharmaetal
coiner WroialnS nvtniie and Bprooa stroit
Hernnton, I 'a.
Art for tha masses.
One Dime and
" Cnstoria in so well adapted tachOdlM that
I reei .i simend It SS sup jrior toany prescription
n. a. aaoaaa, kt D.,
Ill Po. Oxf. rd :-t., llrooklyn, N. Y.
"Our pl.yslelans In tie- ehlldn-n's dopart
l e nt have SpokSB ho;! ly 'Jf their Cljicrl
sues iu their outside ptaoMcs wlthOsstorlSi
and altheUh wo only hnvo anemg our
medical supplies what is known as NgulSI
pm lutts, yet wo are frco to confess that the
merit! f Castoria lias WOO us to look with
favor Hi-Hi it."
Damn JIosriTiL SSS Pui'MsiRT,
txuui Q Bam, I'm.,
Murray S.t-oet, Nsw York City.
We have place 1 on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming Spring and summer.
Finer GooJs More Tasteful
Coloring, ,md L wer Trices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
N. A. HULBERT'S
City Music Store,
IUMIXB A M ItA.N TO.'
STRINW v som
DECKER imoTiiiCRa aaa
Rii.l.wi II A IIAlU
M i 11. Ai BAUER
i n Blew k a : hi
Cs A IMS
MUSICAL MI Ki'M wnisii
musk;. baTU, hSTO
,nuajfnlly riurssj I
. 1 li ' i.Iij-b Nj J
Maain Rsnv I
OUf. ui-' Kl'ifftfiiy, r.irjM J nw,ias risii. I
I rWthrr l ': mh niif lOO-rstr IvkiV . .IliitratKl from I
IUIoffimi .plourtl.fr hy mail. bcnHct9rriria I
siyJ MejreiiryfMi, Ooi Mr.atlc Ronudy wMl I
I pcmif iiTcut!'. it.iih M;. in ui isimj-i, in.
For purity, nnil for improvement of the com
plexlon, nuthlng cquula POSSOMI'S Powder.
ONL of the strong
points of Tm-; Trib
une's equipment as a
lirst-class printing es
tablishment is the fact
that it has a superb
supplied with up-to-date
managed by skilled
workmen. For neat
work promptly done
and at prices that are
fair and square, it has
no superior in North
Preserve Those Pic
tores Don't Spoil Those hi
Tin: Tribune will
promptly preserve any
ol the art series pur
chased by its readers
at prices especially
moderate. I twill make
special rates on the
binding ol" any or all
parts of the
World's Fair Series
OrAny Other Series
And do the work so
thoroughly that you
will simply be de
lighted. FOR ALL KINDS
WORK OF SIMILAR
TRY THE TRIBUNE
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SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The abovo brands of flour can be hud at any of the following merchants
wno win accept Iiik Tribuni flour coupon of 20 on each one huu.lruJ poaudi
of Hour or BO on each barrel of flour.
Dunmoro-K P Prlo QoU Uedal Bran l
Sold Medal Brand j Mph A. Mcun.M.ou
aveaae, BnperlattTe Dread,
ereea iM -- a Ujponcer.OoU IMalBrsad.
J. I . Jl U.'iU-, sujn-rlntivo.
rrorid. lu-u-Ki-nnor & Clmppoll. N- Main nviv
Me, bopertatlr. brandiOJ ailleaala W.
Mark'.! tnwt. (lol.l M.'.l il BranJ
Ol) I'll, mt .laiai-4 JorJan, Supurlallvo IlranJ
i'.-. k v ;:..,--h iit. r Ki hr SuporlatlT.,
'erma-C u Winters a Co Baparatativa
Ari tilialil-Jun-s. 8 nipin A Co . l..M '.!. ! .1
('.rU.n I.,:,, li. s CUrlt i .1.1 M -dal Brand.
HiniMilai.- I N Poator 4k Oa Oold stedaT
Mimx-ka- M 11. I.ivullo.
NORW V IKON
HI; v ( K 1)1 iMOND
I i it SPECIAL
s N DGM84 Vs ENOLI8B
II HSOPV I M.l.lll
UOR8G Mini s
1 1 IB ( ALK
SI V HIM IIY
Bi I. Lows
HOUSE N 1 1 s
WILEY & RUSSELL .M WELLS BEOS
il I I li; MAI HIM It.
Wholesale and mail d-alrV in Wsgoomakers' and Blacksmith'
"No 3tar was ever lost we once have seen,
Wc always may be what we might have been,"
A MARRY PATRON OR
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
KCSAllTOM AM) THI aTM It I lilt TA. HAXtTPACTCRIBS Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Offlos, BCRANTOK. P,v
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There ut hundreds "f young nu n and young women in thii
country u ho have splendid ability, but they h;ivc never been
w;ik tied up.
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Hai been to inspiration to hundred! of young people. If you
are tired of Inactivity uud waut to do bouictliimj tangible,
come to the College.
COMMON i m.i. ism CO! r.-r.
Ill IM ss ill RUB,
shorthand oouiiBE pjj, WOOD, Proprietor.
s. w dlieertr;
i 1' A I A N . KF. lit I
f ItiTnluntfrr KmlagioDf
Blui.. u.a Aim L .il. ' 1 '"" 1 "' '"" F" ""' "l mini. i r"T.'. mr v. t un i ri
" ' ' il-1 Iiw "tm.'n ,..: 1,1 onto ,i i. luud Ike muuey. AlJi
I'kAL Hi.Hi l.NL 0O.. CkTlLil,Oliia.
For rnlii by JOHN B. PHBtJPS Phamadsii cor. Wyealaf Ave. anJ Spruce St,
jViimpll-n-. or IriMiilll.
K. '.y mull pri'l'nlil. With
aKr , . I..I..I Ka mnii.1.
bP0KalliraTTUUSMH.BOOUiar. Addnu KBBVa BEB0CO., MaeoBle Tomple. lukaqo.Iu.
For Srtlo in Seranton. Pa., by H. C. B ANDERSON, Drups;ist, cor. Washington
nd Siirueo streets.
ULr UIIK ASU Al'lKK UM1NO.
lorSuIn byC. M. IIAUUlN llliiKlil.t. 181 HaiM Aionur.
Scranton Tribune, Scranton, Pa., May 14, 1894.
Send this coupon, with lO cents
in cash, and get fouf of the marvelous I
Multichrome Art terns by far the
s greatest offer of alL
ftom thtX Y. Tritouu, Xov.i,tS93.
"Cinc AoO, Oct. 31. Fhe first ofBoial
anuonnccment of World's Fair di
plomas on flour has been made. A
medal has been awarded by the
World's Fair judges to tho flour manu
factured by tha Washburn, Crosby Co.,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
tho 11. ur strong and pure, and entitles
it to rnnk aa first-class patent flour for
family aud bakers' use."
& CON NELL
V HOLES LK ACI'.NT-
Tuylor-.Tuilco Co, Gold llcilal; Athertoa
Deryea Lawrence atere Co., Oold ModaL
Koono John KeOrindle, Sold Medal
Pittaton ti w. O'Boyle, (told Modal.
Clark's Qreaa Fraee A; l'..rk"-r. Buparlatlra
Cfark1! samtnlt-P. II. Vona?, Qold Medal.
Lialton S. K. Finn & Boa, Oold .Modal Brand.
Nich .l-.ii ,i E Bardiaa.
Wnvirly-M. IlllM A: Son, Gold Mcd.iL
Fact ryvllla -CliarlOH Oaolnor, Gold Medal.
Hopliottom N. M. I inu St fjon, Gold Mda',
ToDThanna Tobrhaaaa Lc-nitu Unssbef
Co i inld Modal Brand
Goaldsboro-8 A. Adassa Grold M.-la! Brand.
M'wrow Galao Cl'-moiitH, GoM Medal.
l.ako.n.l Jaatea A BortrM Gold Modal.
Forest City L. Morgan & Co., Gold Modal
WAGON III 1,1.1
It. R. SPIKUS
Will tirc on i-pin t wo. t oid with written
ur.l Mff. u. n.'lnhl I nf M.n&l l'.ir in ilh.
ttou aiir etui... If nrulfrl.-tl. .nob troul-li ! I'
1 hi. M.uilfrli 1 r.mMl. fi
MUM d lii fur. Rll B.r.im. ill..
piii- ..-ui-h n Wonk Mfiiii r) . I."fnnf llmln I'mrcr, li'uilachi-. wnki-tulin-jfc
Umt.Viiiih.UHl. Nljlilljr Minimum. Nervouueu.SllaniBtaadleeiOl power
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