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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 April 1891

ft .x n.'r-f" Terms: $1.50 Per year, in Adyance. 5 cents per copy. vol; .ex WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 18,1891. r ffyp.. P .... . t-., i.-.r,llhl . f iV iH aaW NO "47 El H THE WASHINGTON BEE.' The haughty Bee, The nanehty Bee, The stinging Bee, The winging Bee, 11 The humble Bee, he bumble Bee, I I'PIin t-wn.yr, t.-rt J.UO UJIMK UCC, The flying Bee, - The crying Bee, The prying Bee, The lunny Bee, The honey Bee, The lonely Bee, The only Bee , The humming Bee, The coming Bee. The busy "Bee" "Is the thing for me. Gkeat Ueasar. PEACE AND LIGHT. MRS. MONROE QIVES THE COUNTRY A NEW BENEVOLENT ASSOCfATION. THElr SAT Wm rjjjjjflEgg.VlO" TnrMrt T mx-'9 That umbrella was lost. Who stole Lawyer Ricks umbrella? is waiting-still for the hand .-He that is honest and true. She is'au honest girl dear boy. . She is mortgaged from her head Lto her feet. Pete could not make the deal. The emancipation must not be used to advance oues personal am bition. The. Col. thinks there should be a para'...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 April 1891

Jii-.1- BEE. Published ereir Saturday at 1109 1 Streat NorUmeat, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Poet'Offlee at Washington m second claaa mall matter. W. CALVIN CUAS E. Zditob. The letter of Maj. Fleetwood's was unavoidably crowded out bat will appear next week. A Judai blade man is worse than the deril. Do net vote for a man just be caue be Ia colored. Find eat if he lores hiiruce, if hf does vote for him, if he don't, Tote against him. American Cit izen. Yea, and a Judas white man is equally as bad. There is no dif ference between a bad white man and a black one. The nomination of Capt. James A. Per ry by Gen. Albert Ordway, Commander ofthe District of Columbia National Guard, is a just tribute to a young man who is unireTsally popular among the citizens of Washington, white and color ed. Memphis Reporter. Yes, Capt. Perry is a rei t popu lar man in this community, but, there are a few prejudiced men in this city who are jealous of his suc cess. This fool talk of the Plain Dealer...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 April 1891

rMM . - e- THE B13IE ADTUOUIZKli AOENTS. W. Fowler. 318 Si S." E. Estimates Tor advertising furnuaeaon appli eailou. Objectionable advertisements wUl not be inserted at auy price. All remittances should be" made by draft, postal money order J express or registered letter. .Money ror warded 11 any other way, U at the sender's risk. In , sending money the amount and what It Is for i honld be distinctly stated. All letters, etc, should h ad-dressed - . EEfUBLISHiNG, CO. Washington D. O PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY A 1109 1 ST.. N. W WASH.. D C. r WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA rror. J. w, Fowlers, sio Bra street, s.e. Mrs. Polketye.il Street, between 12th 13h Northwest. J H. Beller, Druggist corner 16th and iireet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia House. S18 Pennsyvnla Ave. tfortDWest. NEW YOEKCITY. D. A. Green. 129, 6th Ave, BOSTON, MASS. Wm.L. Reed.OSJ-J Cambridge st. SATURDAY. April 18th, 1891. Locals. Don't tail to visit Loeb and Hirsb. Dr. J. H. Branson in Sonth Wash- gton, is baildmg ap a good prac-...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 18 April 1891

t jf 5tj. .y..t- f . j r- v,,. -)- staafj BHiK ,- The Appeal Vr JBN fA fyJBL. . '-JUfcfSE ETfw Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro -Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $1.10 per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, MANAotn, CHICAGO. ILL. LESS THAfs REGENT A DAY Secures IT Oraprte hurlsovEl. -Mi Tasati, STiort tfne, Heieitc. Poems etc ti.acr icmler is complete. And a r'nice ia it'r...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 April 1891

offlphrngtott qtt J4iV Terms. $i.0 Per year in AdTance. VOL. IX 5 cents per copy. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1891. NO 48 i 7. let lot ' ttxi ns- JIT. -v TidEY SAT SSffifK .Don't be alarmed. Wuen thieves tall out honest in will get their dues. something will drop one of these ys- .Be "honest and you will have )tbiiig to fear. Honest men will do honest acts. That umbrella thief ought to Ive imnselt a rest. They want peace. Who wants peace? rni.n ....... , nnmmnnnAn (!(, J.UD uiau rvuu uwiuiuciiuco a utuu nl cries bold enough. A burden and worry to a Wash- igtou politician? ?he next republican convention. I..UV will bo candidates bull fonly two will be chosen. It is the only glory the District ' republicans have. Au ambitious man. The man who wauts to start a lewspaper. )ou't be alarmed when you hear aaan blow his own trumpet. a. Rb trim rn nil in ide. whom you con- Watch all who seemed Interested in your welfare. to be It is not the one who seems the Specst interested that...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 April 1891

ttta Z fiC me. EH .!rai . V"3 "X Published "every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, V. O. Entered at the Post Offlee at Washington as second class mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. EDITOR. Everywhere President Hanlson has been he ha met with tlie great est ovatious. While he has been very conservtive, he Is ceitaiuly do ing what the people want him to do. He hascertaiuly endeavored to give the American people a wise and patiotic administration. It was generally nuder6tood on emancipation night that the net proceeds from all the meetings at night, in the various churches WDuld go to the Home for Friend less Girls on Meridian bill- lias this expectation been verified? If uot, why not? Mr Geo. M. Arnold has accept ed an invi'ation to "come down" to his old camping ground, Lunen burg Court Uouae, Va , and make a speech on the gen- ral s tuation The Col. -ay8 he will be there in July, (at court) and talk on "what is the best thing for the colored voter in Virgini.i?" The Shaw ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 April 1891

t TELE BEE AUTUOIUZED agents. EAST WASHINGTON. Fowler, 31S 3rl S. E. '.V. t,Htimtes. for nilvertlMnt: furnisncUoii appli cittern. Objectionable amertitajmeutswlllnot ue inserted at any price. All remittances ttiutuld be luiule b draft, pohlal mouey order etjiressoriegihteroilltter. Mouey forwarded , any other way. In at the bender's risk. In r.. :i ini' uioney tile amount and what It lb loi ioiM bedibtlnctlv stated. All letters, etc., should Us ud-drebbed EE PUBLISHING. CO. Washluutoii D. 0 PUItLISHED EVERY SATURDAY A lion I ST., X. W.. WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof. J. W. Fowlers, 31b 3rd btreet, s.e. Mrs. Polbety'6, M Street, between 12th I3h Northwest. J II. Heller, Druplst come 16th aud reet. Northwest. Philadelphia House. S18 Pennsy. -Oh Ave. vortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. D..A. Greeu. 129. eth Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Wm. I,. Keed,M4 Cambridge St. SATURDAY, April 25th, IS91. Major Kevells has been the recip ient of a number of eougiatulatory letters Miiee his appointment. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 25 April 1891

I i t ltei t:a fev.- Bit- I rv AN ANGEL IN DISGUISH. If the wives of onr employers were to take the trouble to inquire :i little closer into tbe domestic lives of tbe men employed by tbeir husbands, says Mr. Bok iu The La dies Home Journal this world would be a far brighter one for ma ny a hard-worked woman who bur ies her trouble iu her heart, and wipes away the only outward trace of it with her aproif. 1 know oi an employer whose wife interests her sell in the lives of the people iu hi. store 80 that she ascertained, flu birthdays of their wives, their c.hil dren, and even the wedding-days It was done so quietly and mi sweet ly that nonesupe:ted her purpose. But now on each festive day in those fifty odd families theie comes some pleasant remembrance. It is never the same, but alvn.s some thing that is just needed in that family at that time. Ewiy six month those husbands find a little difference iu their salary env. lopes At Tuanksgiviug a splendid bird goes to each f the lioue i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 May 1891

r m 1 (Cu(rr-A-' Terms. $1.60 Per year in Advance. 5 cent per copy. VOL. IX WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1891. Nu 4!' THEiT SAT Take a rest Is'egro correspondents. It is dangerous to talk. Especially wheu you don't Know what you are talking about. Some men write for fun because they can't write in earnest. Be careful of wbat you say. .Jealousy is an evil among Ne igroes. There are exceptions to 'he rule. The talk among politicians is the iiext convention. Speak the truth always is what honest men will do. Great deeds are found among great men. Small men will do small things. Cook out tor the Bee's new dress. Be true to those who are true to you. Snips are numerous among small men. Appear wise although you may be a fool. Fools generally appear wise, while wise meu appear as fools. A boasting man is a harmless creature. Creatures crawl, while some things creep. Tuiews creep, libertines crawl. Long live the man whoulefends the right. Si perinteudent Cook is uiaking record. l -mw...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 May 1891

s "0 Tie - Lin ff Publislied'every Saturday at 1109 1 Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Entered at the Post Ofllee at Washington as second clabs mall matter. W. CALVIN CHASE. Editor. We extend many thanks to Senator V. B. Allieou for the Sixth Report of the U. S. Civil Service Commission and a supple ment to the Congressional Directory. Hon. J. M, Townsentl, of the General Land Office at Washington, is contempia ting tendering his r situation about Junt, 1st. Incise there is a vacancy, we mijj nestthe name of Prof. W. D. McCoy, of Indiana, late candidate for the Indiana legislature, as a mrat suitable successor to Mr. Townsend. Freeman . It will be a very, very cold duy in June when Jts. Al. Townsend resigns his position in the Land Office. AJr Townsend gavethesame racket before, but, he is still Re corder of the Lflud Office. When Air. Townsend resigns friend Co per, drw on the Bee for a box of the best c gars in the market. they have emphatically Baid that they would not serve u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 May 1891

THE BEE A'. AUTUOK1ZEU AGENTS. EAST WASHINGTON. Kuwler. SIS 3rd S. E. Khiiumtch for advi-itlsinc furnisnedon appll ctii ion. OUiectionable ail ertiBements will not be lubertetl at any price. All remittances should le made by draft, postal money order cciuehsorregihtered letter. Mouey forwarded u :mv other way. is at the sender's risk. In nailing money the amount and what it is for txmld bedlstinctlr stated. All letters, etc,, should b ad-dressed EE PUBLISHING, CO. WashlnKton D. C PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY A'" 1109 1 ST.. X. W WASH.. D C. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Pror. J. W. Fowlers, 318 Srd 6treet, s. e. M ro. Polkety 's, M Street, between 12th I3u Northwesu J H. Heller, Druggist corner 16th and Mreet, Nortnwest. Philadelphia Uouae,S18 Pennsylvania Ave. Nortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. i). A. Green, 429, 6th Ave. BOSTON, MASS. Win. I Keed. S3'.:. Cambridge St. SATURDAY, May 2ud, 1891. Locals. Mrs. N. F. Anderson, mother of Miss Jennie E. Auderson, lias been PsicK for the last ween. Mr. Arthu...

Publication Title: Washington Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 2 May 1891

the appeal Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro -Ameri cans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. ' It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $1.10 per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, MANAotfl, CHICAGO. ILL. rlr f nniffi. ?...... ......... .... .. r. . L "?'" ? '' -ir.uncy jm Uoston .Mass., is tt. iLf""r'i'"t55',1 ' '"' time eosaorvrf '. m,e.ana u-illoutuui iho.ii tfi-ve oidlrmr; .rst, T'jnHreirMd avrUfn:-. ..., inal if jnnnivwtj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 May 1891

I Sht c W i i ' cyV Jirri Terms. $1.80 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per' copy. VOL. IX WA8HIKGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MAT 9, 1891." OiJTVJ -frgrfr NO 50 RICHARD T. GREENER, L.L. D. ffxrBSir '' " r sibia The subjivt of this sketch was born in Virginia, a tlecendeat of thp Greener or Greantr family. When quite young he went to New England, where he was raised. He attended school at Phillips Acade my at Andover, Mass., alter which he entered Harvard college where he graduated. At college he was a recognized student of exceptional ability, taking a high rauk in his class. While at Harvard he was the wiuuer of two prizes for orato ly, also of a prize foi his excellent essay on Irish Lind Tan lire. After leaving college lie became a profes sor iu the Quaker Institute at Phil adelphia, and later on accepted a professorship in the High Sciiool at Washington, D. C. Iu 1S72 he was elected to a professoiship iu the University of South Carolina to fill the chair of Metaphsic, and the same year was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 May 1891

?w SjSaaataaaaaBi stiaa V PublUhedVvery Saturday at 11U9 1 Street Js'ortuweit, Washington, V. C. Entered at the Po6t Olllee at Washington as second class mall matter. w . CA L VIS CII A S E. Editor . The Waehiugtou people have but little regard lor theiu. There is a great uneasiuess about the next convention. Washington correspondents to certain Negro journals are a light set. There will be two delegates and two alternates elected. Tney bhould be men ol standing and n.fluence. On our tins page will be seen an excellent p .rii-Mit id Pr ! Richard T. Greener of .New York. Prof. Greener is one of the most iluent speakers in this country. There is to be a colored detec tive appointed. Wm. Crawford is being strongly urged as well as Henry Lacy, Both men are com petent and would no doubt be an acquisition to tbe force. It is reported that J. Al. Towns end, Kecorder of the General Land Office iutends to resigu. He will resign if he can succeed in securing another place. Any man will resign...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 May 1891

i yif1i w ftaaaicnaBaSaaareaatjfcSgrta 7 UicaMuai TBLJE BMJE: AIJTUOKI7.KU AGENTS. CAST WASHINGTON. Ko vl er, 31S Sid S, E. W. Ksiiiuateo fr advcrUMHK riiruibneaon appll c-iMou. objeoliouableauvtrtUeinentswinuot be inserted at auy price. All remittances should be made by draft, postal money order ezpnsSHorregihteivdMter. Money forwarded ii anv oiber way. Is at the sender's rlfcK. lu sending money the amount and what It Is for lioaM be distinctly suuru. All letters, etc., bhould it ad-dreBBed EE lTJHMSHlNG, CO. Wasbluuton D. C PUHLfsHKL) BVEKY SATURDAY A 1109 I ST.. N. W.. WASH.. DC. WHERE THE BEE CAN BE HA Prof J. W "owlerp 18 rd street, s.e. Mrs. XMlkr y. M M- between 12th l:tti Northwest. J H. Keller, Druggist 'cornel 16th and Mreet, NortnwesU Philadelphia House. SIS Pennsylvania Ave. siortnwcst. NEW YORK CITY. 1). A. Green. KS. 6th Ave. UOSTON, MASS. Wm.L. Keed,9S4 Cambridge 8t. "SATURDAY. May 9th 1891. juocals. KJpmember the great coucert at Plymouth Monday evening, May lltli' F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 9 May 1891

tsm The Appeal Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro -Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. A It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $1.10 per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The Appeal, C. F. ADAMS, manaoci. CHICAGO. ILL. (carom m u.ms m&m CNiuki. Tha "Comfort r or(" made by tbt Iloston Cc:n ftirt rorsc t Co.. .- Cl'sunoy hi . UostOn. Mass.. is tni itily perfect Jitttut n jit tliesnmtMlmo coniforUil t MitK mode, mid will outlast two or t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 May 1891

t t-0 "91 A Terms. $1.80 Per year in Advance. 5 cents per copy. VOL. IX WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MAY 10,1891. NO 51 BENJAMIN W. ARNETT, D. D. a watered effect, as well as the lus 10 of silk. Por a simple evening gown suit, able for the post Lenten festivities, nothing is more useful for a young giil thin a frock of white China silk. A b 'coming touch can be add ed by ribbons or flowers. A velvet cloth is a beautiful new material for Spring wraps, but the warer must beware of May show ers, as the least drop of water mars its beauty. More serviceable and quite as stylish will be the jackets of blue broad cloth with gilt buttons, these military-looking little affairs can bo wo.u with any and every cos tume. THE SAY Is, as has been said, "a bundle of energy propelled by brains." He was born at Brown ville, Fayette County, Pa., March G, 1833. In 1SG5 he entered the ministry of the A. M. E. Church, and has been identified, ever siuce, with that church. However Bishop Arnett is a man o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 May 1891

me. ?ubll8liL-dvery Saturday ul 111W 1 Street JCoitliwest, Washington, 1). C. Kutered at the Tost Olllee at Washington ait second class mall matter. W.CALVIN CHASE. Editou. - There is uo such an institution on the Education relief Association The citizens of the city will not tolerate bosua institutions. Resideut Harrison is having a delightful time. There are some people, who have the color-mania so hailly that they nttiibute every ill to that cause whether it is the nsult of their own indiscretion or folly or not New South. There are Some people in this city who are afriad to look at themselves, on account of their color Animosity is not a pirtolthe Negro's nature. He loves those who spitefully ties him, and when occasion requires it he can and will rit-e above personal con siilerations and defend hi- foe- as quickly a-lns friends, and this he has done from Hie first outbivak on tlie part of the Col onies again-t the tyranny of the KnglMi govt-rimii nt to the present tim. No class...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 May 1891

Jt-.V5T- THE BEE AUTHOIUZKD AGENTS. KAST WASHINGTON. W. Fowler, 31S 3rd S. E. m I K.stnnatfh for aileitlMiE furnisnedon appli caiion. Objectionable lunerUbeineutswllluot Oe liiburtvU at uuy price. All remittances slioiilil be made by draft, postal money order o e pres8 or regihtered letter. Alouey forwarded ii any other way. U at the sender's rlbk. In scuding money the amount and wliat It is for liould be distinctly stated. All letters, etc., should fc ad-dressed KE PUBLISHING, CO. Washington D. O PUULISHED EVEKY SATURDAY A' HOD 1 ST.. N. W., WASH.. D C. WliERE T11E BEE CAN BE HA Pror. J. W. Fowlers, 318 Srd street, s.e. Mrs. Polbetys, il Street, between 12th 13U Northwest. J M. Belter, Druggist corner 16th and Mreet, Nortnwesu Philadelphia House, SIS Pennsylvania Ave. iSortnwest. NEW YORK CITY. 1. A. Green, 12J, Glh Ave. BOSTON, MASS. "Win. U Keed. 934 Cambridge St. SATURDAY. May ICth 1891. Locals. Mr. .Tolm Alien left the olty last week for Wv Port, It. I. Mr. B. I. Fletcher, was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington bee. — 16 May 1891

-Jsg1 ' eitiaaABk&4 M flw" , ;M J The Appeal Interests all the family. It is a na tional Afro - American newspaper, having the largest circulation of any journal of its class. It is full of in teresting news matter from every where, and contains sketches and portraits of prominent Afro-Americans. It has become a great success by its untiring enterprise. It has attracted attention throughout the country by its persistent and fearless attacks upon the abuses to which Afro-Americans are subjected. Sub scription $2.00 per year, $1.10 per six months, invariably in advance. We want live, energetic, pushing agents to work for us. We are willing to pay and to pay well for their serv ices. Send for sample copies and schedule of agents' rates. Address, The appeal, C. F. ADAMS, MANA3IR, CHICAGO. ILL. Ei JOB UJILb, fiS.iitb kli CF, uHI . Th "Comfort rartf!' iumH- tip tL Ikioon 'on lortCorbt-tUii .;cC!i.iuik- : . 1;..-ii:i..M.is,..!, i., only prrjee t trims an- t Utt -'tu. luieramfaf-uft. ni...

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