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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

MORNING OF THE FOURTH. Uncle Uaslus comoa to town early to be on hand for the celebration. 'I ^1 A frp?M The coli? br.ition beginn. % 'till AN UNBRIDLED THOROUGHBRED. ?New York World. THE KING IS DEAD- LONG LIVE THE KING t I.?FOURTH OF JULY, 189S. MR. FRESH'S SMART JOKE. I *? l.n "" _ or I t> tvec 7~ CHOCOLATE, i Mr. Fresh: "All! i ll buy one of those firecrackers filled with candy and tool Edith." Edith's Brother: "That looks like oiv- oi those firecrackers tilled with candy in Mr. Fresh's pocket." (Swi ; < f or one of his own "real things.") Colonel Jed Battleberry: "I tell you. the young fellers they raise nowadays ain't never goln to amount to nothln in the llshtln line. Why, I wan t no blgger'n that Tubbs boy ther* when I led the charge at Lookout mountain. 1 jist set my teeth an give a yell an went right through them re' s like a buzzsaw 6<>in through a basswood plank." Increase of Trouble. "Do you believe that 13 at tnble brings l a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA. RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP humors that Governor Tyler Will Announce For Senate, THE CASE OF MRS. fcLLIS Many People < nil on Hie I7nfnrluiu?i< Young Wiinnin lu Jail mid n Prominent Minister's Wife Spends Night Willi ller-Denitl of Dr. W. T. Fleet -Mr. Little Aflor Air. Jones' Scab (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot) Richmond, Va., July 1.?There if a persistent rumor to-day to the effect that Governor Tyler is on the eve of announcing himself a candidate for the ?Senate. He is at his home in East Rad tord, but is expected hero next week. "Whether he will make n definite an? nouncement prior to his return here is. of course, not known. It is said, how? ever, that the Governor will have something of a decided character to say before he gets back to Rich? mond. Grcnt pressure has been brought to hear upon the Governor to induce him to run. Although the Governor was not Identified with the May conference movement it is said tha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

PAN-AMERICAN EXPQSITQN Advisory Board of Architects to Apportion Buildings. SOME HALLUCINATIONS lieu W1IU AdvcrlliiluieWchemo? nriv nnlr From ilio Head of Pinn In i'iiart o or Publicity Bureau-Man j Fine Buildings lo He Erected?A Book to bbtold Froui Coulitgtous DIlNIMi v: ? ?? s ? ) (Special to Vlrglnian-rilot.) Buffalo, N. Y., July 1.?Five days from to-day the Advisory Board 1 of Architects will gather nt New York and there apportion among the nine mem? bers of the board tho different build? ings which will beautify tho grounds of tho Pan-American Exposition, which will be held at Buffalo during the sum? mer months or 1901. It has been de? cided that of tho principal buildings, not counting tho buildings which will be erected by tho government, Ihi {States and the countries of Central and South America, there will be nine, and the nine members of the hoard will have these great artistic piles appor? tioned out among themselves. ? * * There will be many buildings beside these, and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL. OUR RALEIGH NEWSJUDGET Large Increase in Value of Rail? road Property, r. _______ TAX INCOME INCREASED JProporllonalo Iticr?n?e tn ttic Value Of Telegraph null Steamboat Trop? ertlea-cnuiclit Ntonliue From H>o ?be rculieiitlnry-llio Ciroeusboro Dispensary Wln?-A Vrriirlicr W lio line Irnuiprd 20.000 Mllr?, - RaJfclgh, N. C, July 1.?Ten million ?ollar? inerense In the valuation of frallroad properly In North Carolina? That Is the result of two weeks' con? sideration of the matler of taxation by the Corporation Commission? Which moans an Increase of about $120,000 annually of taxes to be paid by tbe TaJlroadP and other corporations. If any of the roads or any other cor? porations think tho value placed on them excessive, they will be g von n hearing before the Commission on July 13th. The exact increase in valuo of the railroads as Axed l>.v the Commission is so.oyo.Siis. or this Increase the Southern pays, $1.S!...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. _*_?____________________^_ To think one of the best makers of High Art Ready-to-Wear Clothing in (he United States would close the remaining stock of their Spring and Summer Productions at 40c. on the dollar, but money and ready money has its power, we made them an offer and they accepted same. We have placed this stock at our store, 386' Main Street, for y.mr inspection. There is not a Sail among them that could be bought from any retail cl thing house in the United States for less than once the price again that we are going to sell them at. Prices range from 3.45 TO S1Q. Come look them over and rest assured you will receive the courtesy that the Exceisior Clothing House has always extended to their patrons matters not whether it is to buyer or on-looker. The sale of these High Art Ready-to-wear Suits wiil last until the last Suit is sold, but early buyers of course get the cream of patterns and sizes. 356 MHIN STREET. STORE OP...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE ft--,* - A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form, FRESH CLEAN AND BRIGHT A Dally Directory of tho llitnpeninc* of it 'Day Brlony Told, 'Ihoitirti Minnll Ron* iho Lean InlrrenllilK ?lid Imporlnut-Jurormuiloii tor Tlione WUo Neck i<? Know und Bu? dertmad What In Goluc on Amouff ?b? Paople. There arc a number of attractions ot? tered in the way of amusemi nts > 'r the Fourth of July. A large number of young men went to Baltimore last night to spend the holidays and see a game of ball on Monday and Tuesday. * Mr. Vv. N. "White, who wen; to car? ry his family to the White Sulphur 6prlngs, will return to-niorrow so as to he htre for the big shoot on the Fourth of July. A Btrange white man called at n house on Washington street yesterday and told the lady that he had jus; met her husband and he had sent him there for a dollar, ami she knowing that her husband had just pone from hom...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS, CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. THE WORLD OF SPORT STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. FerCt. Brooklyn .45 19 .703 Boston. 40 23 .635 Chicago .33 24 .613 Philadelphia.. 37 24 .607 Baltimoro. 34 26 .-507 St. Louis . 30 2S .663 Cincinnati. 30 29 .608 New York. 30 33 .476 Plttsburg., 29 32 .475 I,oulsvllle . 23 40 .365 Washington.IS 45 .2*0 Cleveland . 12 49 .197 PITTSBURG, 3; BROOKLYN, 2. Score by Innings: R II.IS. Plttsburg .. ..0 0000111 x? 3 5 01 Brooklyn .. ..0 2000000 0? 2 6 lj Batteries: Ppark3 und Bowerman; McJames nnd Fnrrcll. Umpires? O'Day and McGarr. Time?2:10. / CHICAGO, 10: NEW YORK. 9. Score by Innings: R.II.E. Chicago .4 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 1?10 10 New York .. ..2 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 1? 9 10 Batteries: Fhyle and Donahue; Mcekln and Warner. Umpires?Emsllel and McDonald. Time?2:20. CLEVELAND, 10-0; Boston. 9-14. First game?11 innings? Score by Innings? R.I7.E. Cleveland ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 3?10 11 3 Boston .. ..0 1 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 2? 0 17 1 Batteries?Bales and Sugde...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 2 July 1899

Review oe tue Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stocis, Money, Exchange Bonds, Grain, Cotion, ProYislons, Etc. New York, July 1.?The remarkablo demand for the standard railroad Stocke continued as strong to-day as it y?aa yesterday and applied to much the ?tarne stocks. Pennsylvania took the foremost place, both in respect to ac? tivity and strength. The stock showed .the largest gain at the opening, and held its leadership without change throughout the day, closing at the top levol 3% points above last night's price. Study of the May report of earning was the primary cause of the strength of this slock, but there were also rumors in circulation that the incursion of New York Central Into New England was to he followed by a Similar move on the part of Pennsylvania by u lease of the New Haven road. The sustained tttr'ength of New York Central at its high level doubtless prompted some large buying of Pennsylvania, already paying one per cent, m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

-? ~---? ^ ' , - ' ^ ' ' --? ' ' ? VOL. III:->N0S 81. jS.0RF01,K, VA., TUESDAY, ,TT'l Y 4, ]809. THREE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF>THE WORED BY TELEGRAPH AND CABEEI CONTINUED ON 1 PAGES 8 AND 1 OTIS REQUIRES MANYJRECR?ITS Number of Man Needed For Deci? mated Regiments. AN OUTBREAK IN NECROS Filipino? Altnrkrd Volunteer Kcgi 11.I l.i'livln: Fl>r Home, It 111 One Iflnu ninl ?omni One?Otis Gives ? lit- Hnnibrr of Men ItoqnlreU lo Recruit Iteglniculs I i> to l ull Strength?Details l or Enlistment Porfeoteu. (Ry Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Manila, July 3.?C:.r?0 p. m.?Reports have been received of an outbreak on tl>c island of Negros, Incident upon the departure of the California regiment for home. Some hostila natlyes, seeing a company of soldiers at one of the email posts preparing to depart, thought the Americans were evacuating the Island and a party of 250 rebels, mostly bolotnen, attacked the troops and killed otic man an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX _FOU ND._ CAPT. JOHN M. CRANE, OP 18 Shield streot, on the morning or the ?'?in, found a pockelboolc containing unite un uinouiu of money, between Atlantic City V\ ard ami Church street. The owner can have same by callliipr on Captain Crane between >) and 1" p. m. and proving property ami paying for advertisement. Jyl-3t (Ledger copy.) _WA IN TED._ WANTED.?SAIL BOAT. ABOUT elfi'htcon fept long; state lowest cash price, when-to be se n, etc., by ma I W. a. BALCI1. D03 Citizens' Bank. if \\T A NTBD. ? BY "YOUNG MAN. M board for about a week or two in some good family, Answer at once. "BOARD," care Virglnlan-Pllot. lt? WANTED. ? A FURNISHED HOUSE in kooI location; will board occ pants. Address P. IL, care Vlrglnlan Pilot. . If WANT KD. ?AN ACTIVE PARTNER with J.'OO.CO to invest in a cash re? tail grocery business, one of the best cor? ners in the city; party advertising has been hero In cash and credit business 8V4 yens a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO. THREE. FIVE AND SIX. _WEATHER^E^ORT;;_ , Washington, July 3. Weather forecast for to-day: Virginia?Fair Tuesday and Wednes? day! continued high temperature; light southerly winds. North Carolina?Threatening Tues? day, wilh showers on the coast; con? tinued high temperature; variable winds; threatening Wednesday. Nortolh niitl Vlclnllv. WEATHEIt FORECAST KOlt TO-DAV. Fair and warmer; light southwest winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL- AN!) HUMIDITY. Juiv 3rd, Di''.?. Maximum temporaturc . s7 Minimum temperature. ?>?"> Normal tcmporaturo . 7s Departure from normal.minus " Departure front normal since Jnnu ary 1st.minus C7 Rainfall in past 21 hours. 0 Rainfall sine- Hist of onlh . 0 Mean humidity . M CALENJ ?AR. Suit rises at 4:49 a. m. and set-; ;tt 7:l'D p. m. TIMES. Norfolk?High water at 'Ltit a. nri. nn.l 6:60 p. m.; low water at 0:33 a. m. and 12:IK p. in. Old Point?High water at 6:10 a. m. and 6:29 p. m.; low wutcr at 0:ii a. in. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

VIRGINIAN - PILOT. -OY TUE? [Virginian and pilot puddishino COMPANY. I.ORFOLK VIRGINIA M MiD DAILY PILOT. (Consolidated at.\rch. JK>8.) Entcir.d at tho Postofnco at Nortolk, Va.. ? second-class nisiltr. office: riuyr uuiddino. CITY iia1.L AVENUE. NORFOLK, va. OFFICERS: a. H. Grandy. President; W. s. Wilk? inson. Treasurer; J?iais E. Alien. Sec? retary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: a. ii. virnndy. I,. D Si nke Jr.. T W. eiieiton. u W. tttiultlco. \V. ?. Wilklnsou, Juiiits B\ Alien ?. F. Donovan. i ;< hi . n .v I'M I'KU ctii'Y. subscription rates: The vj]!u|K-|AN-_piLoT Is delivered \t Subscribers by earners In No/foik BIUI v cii.it;- Pertsmpiith. iu-ikley. Suffolk, ?est Norfolk. Nvwport News, tor .0 cents per tve.-k p.yuUle to tho cai:l^? ?A? nie?. Lo any jdaco U? the Lolled fclateo poBtagc tree: All.Y, ?>?<> rear - J.1 nn ?* i>ix in?>iiiii - s.uo llirrn nit?ullis - - l..?U '* out* tuoiitii ? % ? .'iO ADVliltTlSINO K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (Exclusively for VIrglnian-PlloL) (STATE OF OHIO V. THOMAS. Supreme Court of the United States, February 27, 1S9U. A GOVERNOR OF A UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME IS NOT SUBJECT TO A STATE LAW CON? CERNING OLEOMARGARINE, "WHICH HE FURNISHES THE IN? MATES AS A PART OF THEIR RA? TIONS UNDER. AN ACT OF CON? GRESS. This was a -writ of habeas corpus sued out to have Thomas discharged from the custody of a constable of Ohio, lie having been convicted under a law of that state in relation to the use of oleomargarine. Thomas was the gov? ernor of the Soldiers' Home In Mont? gomery county, Ohio, and as such fur? nished the inmates with oleomargarine for food under the appropriations made by Congress for the said home. The prisoner was released from custody by tho lower court and the State of Ohio appealed. The Court says: The home...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX. BRAMBLETOR WARD. The Music Committee of Memorial Christian Temple met Saturday nicht to elect an organist to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Miss Carr. The unanimous choice was Mrs. K. L. Bunting, who is not only an organist of rare attainments, but is possessed of a melodious soprano voice finely cul? tivated. The church considers Itself for? tunate In securing the services of so competent an nrtist. The Brambleton W. C. T. V. will meet at the home of the president. No. 202 North Park avenue, at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Mrs. H. O. Ulllups and her two sons. Harry and George, left for Ma thews county Saturday to spend their summer vacation. Mrs. C. E. Billups and her children, Fannie and Horden, accompanied by Miss Maggie Horden, of South Nor? folk, left yesterday afternoon for Kcnt vllle. Nova Scotia, and while there will Visit Mlddleton, Halifax and other places of pleasure. They will be ubsent for two months. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

the news from the old north state and its capital! OUR RALEIGH NEWS LETTER The Catholic Church to Establish an Industrial School. LARGE FARM PURCHASED It I? Expected tollnrn tiio Enterprise 1? uiiernilua by Augn?! 15?l'cnl tentlary t.xocutlve Hoard MiocK mated?Tlio fertiliser Hute? Will Hiaud ? Ucatli or n Well Known minister. P ' -? . < Raleigh, N. C, July 3.?The Catholic Church here has bought 300 acres of land near Iho city, and will build on It mi Industrial school, an orphanage and a home for the aged. There is already on the land a large frame building. This will be at once added to and re? modelled and Father Price, who is In Charge of the enterprise, hopes by Au? gust 15th to ring the first bell of the institution. A number of sisters, who Will engage In charitable work will come here Immediately the house Is ready for occupancy. The Catholic Church of the United States is assisting the local church In this work, and a large amount of money Will be spent within th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA OUR RICHMOND ? NEWS BUDGET Mrs. Ellis Indicted For Murder of Her Child: ELLIS MAY DE HANGED Col. T. HI. It. Talcott Appointed As Bisinut to President William?, of Honbonrd Air l.luo Hy?lom?Vlr glniik Century llnud?-Arrnnt;liiir For I'nvelllnr tlm Wlnulo DiivIk Monument. (Special to VIrglnlan-Pllot.) Richmond, Vn.. July 3.?Mrs. Lizzie N. Kills was yesterday morn Ins Indict? ed by the grand jury for the murder of her Infant child. Mrs. It. A. Allen, of Farmvllle, mother of Mrs. Bills, reach? ed tho city yesterday morning and has accepted the hospitality of the New Ford's Hotel. Weldon records of No? vember, lS'JO, show no evidence at nil of the marriage of Jarrad Chappell Ki? lls and Lizzie Miller Allen, and her memory Is not good at all about what took place. 6he Is sure a ceremony was gone through with, but her confidence in Ellis was so great that she says she did not care then about details. She wears a plain gold ring given her by j ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT PETERSBURG. President Williams Talks About the Street Railway. I xpect?. II it to Portion of Line in Opa rnllon by Angin?! 15?Stricken Willi Pnrnlysls-Progress uf Worli <>?> it. 1*. A V. llnllroml. Petersburg, Va., July 3.?Mr. It. Lan? caster Williams, president <>f the South side Hallway and Development Com? pany,'stated that he expected to have the ears running on Hiu electric line from West End Park to the deoot on River street by the 15th instant. Mr. Williams said they were very anxious to got to work on Sycamore street and would begin u? soon ns they were per? mitted to do bo. The single trnck on Sycamore street from Central Park to the south end of Sycamore street has been completed; also the double track on Wythe street, from Sycamore street to Lieutenant run. 'Pile double track on Washington street has been llnlshcd from Chapped street to Market street, also the loop on B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form, FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT a Dally Directory of ttic Ilnppeutus? of i? JDnT Briefly Tout, lltonffli Fi mull .\oiie ill" i.r? liitrroMlust miiU Important? Inrormntlon lor Tlioao 1VI>o Neett lu Know uml I7?l" tlerslmid Wbni Is Going; ou Among (lie People. A negro named Pain Shepherd swore out a peace warrant Sunday morning before Justice Mathews ngalnst a man. j charging him with threatening to kill lilm. In the afternoon he swore out an? other against the same man before Jus? tice Peed, but when he learned that Io? was wanted on a charge of chlcken titc-illng he made himself quite scarce and no one knows of his whereabouts. Two Norfolk county gentlemen claim that they were, detained on the South street road for a half hour .Sunday night by a train of cars across South street. Mr. N. B. Foreman and wife, who is the sister of \\\ H. Harnes, of Luke Cit...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM EIGHTH PAGE. He is to retire from business. Every article in the store must be sold. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings offered at prices that will astonish you. An actual saving of FIFTY CENTS ON EVERY DOL? LAR YOU SPEND. Store for rent. Fixtures for sale. I Here Are Bargains You Cannot Afford to Miss Men's $7.50 Suits Go at $3.98. Men's very well made Cheviot nnd Cassimero Stills, hi neat and service? able patterns, which we bought to sell nt SK-50 nnd J7..'J) and which are worth every cent of It now?will go at tho Insignllloant prlco of ?:;.'.'?>. Men's $10 Suits go at $4,98 Ijot of Men's Jilue, Black and Fancy Cheviot and Worsted Suits?cut and made In the very latest style, splen? didly lined und perfect In (It and tln lah?worth every cent of $10 nnd never boforo solu for less?will go for J-I.9S. Men's $12 Suits go at $6.40 A splendid assortment of Men's Kino All-wool Suits In a score of the very...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Virginian-Pilot — 4 July 1899

_Review oe the Markets; Shipping News; and Real Estate Business. In CONGRESS, July a, 177* States of Entert <r<t. KU/A A-,. > /AtsccuMnJ-< flu ff^lttrva; AewA^L At* i /ferinU uA^Me./iuwt^i t]? ?&i/ijl*fa/Cr _ jiam. /Am, LpAt:. ^-i^n+njfU* cut-in.'AixGJJWiijf *J(tns; tLui-trtjrt'At.^f***' ' ? *.-A'tuir< -ey.-.&rtit t/^.'v*4nnuuA Auemu <A*tuuAXx- ,jA/A?e. /txr/i, *A" /Jt-JtjA.' eftf/. ASt^tA 7^~~at?i ctJ& jArA*A-4J. 0Kj?&-.nfr\-?.X Jw/riv/uifatyufotaT&ijUAu?'??,utj; anJjLaCw tuhu-AAu. ?*/ry!^r u-njol?NfffcS?? AA~**Ar aAtrX^AAtU^j1 Afc&m-v *SuJ&Cy ^<tfu*ASA*yuuu aruAj^t?A^hj. cA.'Aa.-,.y m,t?tuA-<?tei>AAt. ty^.lAti.A.rrt-r-J Jan-aAi-A..'^ d^nAfts'- ?? 1 , i^A&Acj u/msA Au djlwnliir3aMir. ArC-rno*truAuAt*rmt, an^ruff&uy-jk Alf*?ff UV* t//L.ny/rtAne/ittAAe 1 <f?ititi&am...

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