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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

A*«mKslleabraP»»«»cr. - The fersey Shore Republican contains a l0Pg aclount of tlie death of Dr. Rieknald, formeiylof VVilliamsport. It appears from ,he staiement that he Was a respectable Germal physician, and resided in Liberty, Tioga lounty, Pn. He was found dead in , smnllvnltey of the Blockhouse Fork creek on Suifay, the 22nlt. He had left his residence, In the Blockhouse, on the niorriing 0f the Slid of December, with the intenUon of nsitijhg a patient who resided on Little pine, cleek. The woods through which he | lBd to Travel were infested by wild beasts 0f prjeyf aud it is believed that a panther must hive attacked hi'". °8l»c wns most shocjuifgly maiigM- His entire face, with the dheU bones, were torn off; the bone of the dnjer jaw urns unbroken, but stripped of all in covering. The throat, ond part of ,uei.|?l|sideof the neck, were torn away, ando'lf'16 covering was stripped off the collar boni down to the bone of the right arm, which Was at the shoulder laid bar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

uroraiaiiea W*nu$«1< If Geoboe Ciaec-VMor his- iifdlher Elisha Cahoon, are; (to use the language of their aged iriother who" called Oriiuittf make this inquiry,) "in the land of the brings" tbuy, or either of them, ore earnestly requested to communicate With that mother, who, at an advanced age, is in straitened circumstances, and needs Assistance. ' Her Sons. Jeft.this city some twelve years ago, *ihce which timejshe has hazard nothing of them. ty Printers would do an act of kindness, by.letting this.inquiry go round.—Albany Evening Journal. Adventures c* Col.. Kinnev.—Col. Kinney, who traveled almost alone from Victoria to Tampico, a distance of 250 miles, in three days, narrowly escaped the straggling parties of the Mexicans dn several occasions. The Picayune savs of him: " He spent a part of the'night at the old rachero of Crax, where Sanchez was stationed with twenty dragoons, yet in the morning he contrived' to give him the slip. He also succeeded iu avoiding Ro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

|; PASTOIAttBTTEfi I ' Tfthe Clergy and Laity olthi Diocese of Pennsylvania: ¦ I T j My Dear Brethren :~Y on Have doLibtlfcnf b&u made acquainted with the sorrowful tidings of famine rind sore distress] which nr^ uow reaching us from different pLirts of Ebrope, hut especially and abbve all, from ui] happy Ireland. The visitation is at once so extraordinary and so heart-rending as to en II for special pniyer to the Qodof ijll mercjl, and also for special liberality on the part of|rill those who would do goo| as tbiy have opjiortunity. Permit tne, thenl affectionately |fiu recommend that the clergy of this Diocese present tlie case of these j afflicted sufferers, especially, that of the famishing poor offlreland, to the coosideratioij of their respective congregations; and that a ccntributiup be made in each church It some early day, towards their relief. Should thisrecouimendation be, complied u|iib, I would suggest the morning of the first Sunday in Jtfftrcfl, (being the t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

Bio B&fat-h, a ttisiigceeble taste in the moith, and mnl y other uaplcusi at symptoms, ar| ahvny i the re^ full of indii;estion. WhenUiefiioil, iSsteail.>f beipg pnj >erly, Jissolveil, rcmaius ill the ifjtotaacl until it bed .roes in a maunpr putrified, a <l«letmo is fiuij, calfnl Sejrt'io Acid, is geueratcd i|| the stomach, which, mixing with the flnid of the njoath, i; i certain noift<nly y\ give a bad breath, but |i also ;he true rau e of pasting of Ihe gums, a depojjt of In rtar and Jeclyed:feeth. IViright'i Indian fegelailc Pills not nnly cleanse the stomach, aud Rowels from all bill >to and.putriil humors; and poriffihe lil rod, but the also restore Uio| digestive orgaas to a healthy torn ; aud are therefore rertara ,to I remov b a bod bre itli, and preyeutja premature decay of ti e teeth. fi ^member, the oiily original and |cnniu< Indian >'e;|euible l'illslinve die written sigpatureiif Wm. Wr ght on the top lijbel of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

VJSKBUE C, N Friday, tlie 12th day of Marct. next, at tbo House of Joseph B. Woolsey, i| Jessu; > Townshi i, at 10 o'clock A. M., will be sjiU at Auction, viz : j , L YokeofOi:en1 2 Cou\s, \ Yearlings, 9 Shelp, I Hog, \ I BoB-Sled, Plough, Harrow, Chains} and .some] H wsehold Articles, I "cms of Sale.*- -Five dollars ana ^ nnder, Cosh;! ovi r,.six months ctedit with interest and approved; set irity. ' • ' j H^ilS! HAM|S!!' .:¦ ffj/\TkLBS. HAMS wanted imni|diatelv, at \ sJllVf I : .SAHilSBlKY'S; , J Oth Feb. 1847. j j ~~ JGLASS.' |."' ^1 1 -IA BOXivS 7 by 9,' 8 by 10, 10 hy 12^ 1 JUand 10 fay 14 Glass, just Innt edniio* fo sate by LlfQNS & CHANDLER. 1 Montrose, F«|b. 23,184T. . ] •. I ) clqver^sei|d. ::; \ f I LOVER-SEEli, of the large kinU, for t de by ¦ {' \ : lvons * f hanSlek. / "eb. 23, 1047. j ; ' v • '' I' . ' ' \> "; Si issiucbanska Coanty, stl' " BUBLIC Nottcl is hereby toyen that in pursuance if "it Writ afjp|rtitioii issued [rim the Orphan's Court...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

NEW .GOOttglia "W^^ .^W J«ceivJn ,?. "• brg« assomn^Bt, '«t5 ? T W inter.Goous; to which we inviie uSfitel:' Uou of our friends and the public. : ~^r.s ' /';,' Mitts & JsaEB&ait^; ~~: DKESS GGOQS, | •' ¦ *?, COCH as Cashmeres,- De Lain., PI*id^,>Alp»cm• ', »-> S«. a great vaHety just received-by ~ ! Feb.3,,847. '•= mmM : & 8,iEB ?!*N- - . ¦ STUAYEt) ^^ IXs"?«t]«""ofthe subscriber;onorsboat J. the first of November last, five SHEER.*!* re~i^h£ Urla,l ^ri?^am l>s- W&Brm b^lff^liSSffa^t*^ February 3U817., ***** '** $$& BY WAitiSER BROTffliiti; Of Great Bend, Pa., I ' ' I 1^,000 bushel* Oafs, > 10,000 do.,,Bye, 5,000 do/-iGonii. ¦¦'¦'- '• i,ooo do; wAeati ;; 20,000 lbiS: **<&•of feutter, Cheese, Lard, Tsji •ii v .jow-Pork. ftr whiqh the'Wghest price will be paid. - -,- .. i,* Great Bend" Jim. 1347. *- ; . -...} FOR SALE. J A GOOD assortment of Iron of nU jibes and des« cnption,iy| ,. , .; ;g.,$,\yRB. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

j For the Peojile's Advocate. Capital Puuishmcnt—IVe- 5. To the .Editors of the Advocate: 1 bavi | no wish to enter into the discussion uf t ie controversy that is now exciting our conlmunity; but as-my opinions and feelings ire ngninsl the punishment by death, I offer fo (•'the consideration of Biblical critiqs, ihe follcjninjr. suggestions, with a full and. liscd de [eraiiuation of listening calmly aud pntieiitljjto any remarks in reply ; but withuut suhj |cting myself to the necessity of vin- i dicaiiiiglmy own views by further invesiiga- [ tion. or research. To tiH the arguments against taking life for criui}, it is replied: we have no option ! ii is the divine law! it is our duly, not !to specula!^, hut to obey! Let it be proved that n bandate bos issued and that is an end of t \e controversy. This I understand to be J in ge Jessup*s view. Now ive hare only to reme lber, in such a case, that the Bible is one l hn^ and our notions of it another; and a* ur^e divisions of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

LATE Fftib- riEXICO. Santa Anna at Sm IA is—^Gen. Taylor passed Victoria A iu , torch to Tampico The Clergy refum.i furnish the Contribution required—mtthtfion against Santa AnnaprojecteMulem—\ew Cabinet resigned— Fersgt' ra - feebly garrisoned, and but little rWhilai ce expected— The Blockade invaded-t-i 0 pture of a French 01 • 'il t 1 * WashinoIh, Feb. 18, 1847. H.avanna dates.'03k 6 :h iust. received at Charleston, furnish (£<-: intelligence from Mexico, received by «t;rrivnl of the packet from Vera Cruz, m Santa Anna still i«p:,ned nt San Luis, with a force of ^.OOf^n. Gen. Taylor, it is staled, had left h»r^nt position, and had passed Victoria mi 690GVmen. He was supposed to be oflji'iWriy to Tampico. The clergy of Mexfe| k,d 'refused to corttribute tbe eight mijsinj.,required to he -raised by them, nadiatrfr much excited against Santa Anna, ei Sejvoring to get up a pronunCinmento ugaii '¦ liim. » The new Cabinet, jj| »iS reported, had all resigned. Xg Great jea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

MABUJEll lb Troy, Bradfurf county, ou die ^d iust. by' Eld. J. W. ParkervMr. ttiiiAS P. Matthews, of Sichols, Tioga county, N. y.L and Miss llEBSiIci B. 'Jatioe, of ate former place; i ; Ih niiijliumton' |N. Y. oiKUie,20lji iust. by. Bev. J. B. Sawyer, AmoJbt N. BcLLAnoito Em i.r Mc-Kihstrt, bothof Jtoulrose. |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

ARE now receiving a large aiWmment of ^f^>^;-\mtw^GAia^»iSSi'i6lim. y\)l^sell ^Xi^l^^w 'i^rin^iS »t as cheap,as can be bought.itttownw rheir assortment contains'a full »tO«h of Go^s "^!ly$Bptih cduhtry «BiiWTwJ ' ' Dec I0,a84(j. : ;;: .¦ ;;]; .-^:^f QQtE nnd upper LEATHER fi«i«li U cheap ehought2by ^ S.g. MiA« Snjav^ QIMON'S, WhltT' s, ond^ Burke & Storr'aB U Cast Steel, Axes, for sAfe cheapi[ aMJ warranted fjrst rate, by ,. j M.&itoai' H

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

. I fieceipu fbtj the Peoples' itlvocaie,:. I For theweek ending Fe&j 23, 1847. Ge<frge Sweet, _ | Sl.OO'pays ti No. 74 .Jolai H. Sherwood, j 1,00 " •• 52 niiijrles P. Chase, ' 1,00 '• " 52 D. It. Lester, " 1,005 " j " W)4 Allted Jones. 1,00 ¦ " ' " .52 Clnjrles Wrighter, ' 1,0o| *' j " 52 Cbiii-lcsBursUiw, L l,no! 1" ],'" 06 H.IV. Stuue, j 1,00 i." ' , " 52 A. ly. (larding, , ' l,O0j "¦"*• " 36. Ricjianl Blay, ] , \ 1,00* " • " .52 Jerfimiah Martin, l,0o! " I ft 70 Sinjbn De Graff- jv : . l.OflS " " 89

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

«f * ¦¦ i. fl iav M--'¦ -I'SL. w~»—:_^g jppTJS; Wfrr-COBKtCTtD WSKiftt ypB THU PtLOfLE's APyofiaTK TR <. »jj". .T fj • . ' ¦¦! ' ¦¦jL - ¦" ¦¦ '*¦' ¦ - ¦ -J. ¦''' „iBNN8VL^Al>'IA. Cudetfos, -ildis MS\-\M If aW-^Wf!^ I«utWMfSc1)i5k| P»J All solvent banks' ^dhf Moyamensin? baAi par • ¦ . MAIHfii, ^. .<; Utbankuotci g 2S dis Agricultural bank .do , Girard ' di> I FM1 City ukybrtlanT do Pennsyl'ado :1 pai-Dainariscotta-'-'• -do' Oermsntown J ~.VV Mcreantil^-hk do Der*o'a»Oheifer| pal StiUwater'Caiuu bkdo ^ ClustercaatW Cufesjarpar Bangor Com bk- do '.; Montgomery co. J par Wcstbrbok bk do.. F*jBs»'b*kruc|scopar Citizen*' bk - 7 - ,do'. • , Farmers 'bk ReaoSs PPf GlobVhk . da,/, Boston' "' . ',, r par Washiiigtonco do Northampton - >' 1 no sale Frankford bk ' dd ' Lancaster ban t 1' par All solvent bonks A dis Far *t Laacai Mfw, 4 jkr ' ?, VERMONT.' r, Lebanan'; ^J;.Wti iis Bank ofStAlbans JJ dis Harrisburg ' 1.1 ta Bk of Bennington .—..dj* Middleto'wn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

SEW GOODS FOR fJpE FALL OF 1846. -AA Eer iclnt. cheaper than ever offered in this ^U mark* before, at, aept-'Sd, !2Jt6: J. B. SALISBURY'S., ^"TT GROCERIES. LARGE j stock of prime sugars, and more of that firstrit«Tea, just inat Salisbury's. '•¦ sBpta, 2^4|. I I f-WIDE SILKS, ' FOR MinHlas and Aprons, and Alpaca aprons, just in1 a|, Salisbun-'s. septS-' I' ¦ ' £Ul-«--.x-> j | EDGINGS, TCfWB asWitment of black sflk, thread, and cotton ~MJ BdpngsjJDStarrived.at Salisbury's. • aejt^issj. | _ ' ' 1:1 PLADIES'SHOES. 4 Great Ta^etyjaf the best s^rle and quab' ty of J j *%¦ Oaitfrsi, |usk>B«, and slippers—also a lot of ex-, Iremely' low. Jriced shoes, just come at .. sept3, M Salishuxy's. HIGHEST Market price wilHie paid for any quandiy of Butter, Oat*, Rye, Corn, and Flannel at >S' j ir,1:«.' ' f i : ; • ' Salisbury's. "'., [' ,„_¦i; '../- I.sAtinet^. '.' striped jsatineu 20 per cent, cheaper ,joste«Bne'at'"r •': -'iSausbury'i.. ¦;.-. -h ¦ ¦- ¦ ¦ v- ¦ ..'¦ - ¦ - ' ^¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

-f<{ ^b4j'*MP^tiWW^i»^H^5^ hul. TJJ r?HftiE*|0^ OF, ;KAl;UBfi,>Nl>A,OF..;CpMh. ^-!m W-!^*?^t'1r*t Ibfttotural vegetable praauou'ons" ofe*ery|cbb4try^jifproper1*%lie*^ ficiebtfavlhe'^eare 'of ieVery malady incident to each1 pecularjolimntev ;.-. h-<-i-s>-- r ¦¦i.^-.-y -.:.,.;u (:-.,.!.•:¦ ^^ fa&^Itii fc+Vqetg lfo'xPito . . of the North American College of Health, arecomV posed oftpkuiU which grow apoUianeously.- ou our own soil,! and a-e;i$Bj«fort,;brtte:Miauled to our consUtubpn8tlban medicines, coiicocted from foreign drafs; however w'tH they uury bo compouuded; and as they are founded upon the. principle that the human bndy:js,in,truihi'^._. ,,,..- ^ : <\"-.. :\ '„•. \^:,,,lli-$ubjcftrto]b'tiiim ilQiscase,,.,.',. viz: co|rnrit hu'ruo'rs| aid that saul medicine cores, this disease oh ,: ''"¦'¦-' •'•'' 1 ' ;. if:iiis j Natural Principles •-•' ¦'''' ;. byelennsiog and purifying the body? itwill bemiolileal, Ihatif tho constitutionl&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

SIX^CASES VANREE NOTIONS, /COMPRISING theifollowing: 600 gross coal, pant, vest, and shirt Buttons; 20UiW. Ivory, dress, and back Combs; 400 papers 4, j, j, 1J inch Brads; 1,000 Jlo. 2J, 3,4.«,«, 10,12,14,16,18 & 20 Tacks; 200 doz. spool Thread; 100 lbs, linncn, cotton, and silk Thread; 10,000 skeins and sewing Silks; 15,000 Needles, from No. 1-tn 10, fine quality; Fe«c|ls, Twist,' Cnrd.^Undmgs, Spoons, Razors, Soap, Brashes,,'Stay-lacOKpTnimbles, Tape, flooks & Eyes; &e., for saliS by^ltej Lyons &. Chandler, sept. ;1846. ,r*' NEW GOODS. : S. S. MCLFORD & SOU. ARE1 now receiving; a Inrgc assortment of Fall nnd Winter Goods, which they will sel I for Cash, Barter, or approved Credit, as cheap as can be bought in town.— Their assortment contains a full stock of Goods: usually kept in country stores. Dec. 10, 1846. S OLE and UPPER LEATHER forsale cheap enough, by S. S. M. & Sim. SIMON'S, White's, and Burke & Story's Cast S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

*- ,jj*.-'.^.iifcA^."^: - .»••. a - ., ,3 ^LAmST^milVM?J9& f! tiafflHiaiBSBmti r^IlE sli^scriocrJi' s, tlow•, receiving liikWin^ -J. ¦¦ ter stockWGaiSltf cbhiprisiiic' tlie .fos1-u'al' variety, Wjiicli hpve' Beeq pffrcftased ttt tnep'reseht Unusual low priceil'rind wilt.be^ sold ns clieap hs'^tf'be" fdnninU' tliis^sectidii of<'couritry%' Gratcfiil' for'past favors^ the* subscriber feels' persuaded that the, ck-' tremely low pricei %i Whick lie is enabled to offeV Goods,' He WflP rfierita c mtiuuancc of of patronage. Please call. : He would invite tho attention of the public.^iW thefollowing: ,,;,.-.. ' Cashmeres and d'Lair^s, cle, jqnt patterns, and very cheap. .,->.,,. Alpaccns and gold : Plaids, cheaper and better than ever. „ ; -A large and splendid assortment of calicos, decidedly, tlie cheapest e'er offered in this market. ',.,... ^ancyCtissimers, a,great ytriety and exceedipgly low. . ,..,.,. , • ,v tiroadclotbs^a large, njssori ment, at prices tW Wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

20 Dozen PINE NUTRTAj Brush, Moleskin and Silk Hals, of Fall und Winter Fashions, oi 1 hand at Merrill & Root's Hat Store, which will l>«i sold cheaper than ever for ready pay*- - ¦ < /** DOZ colored and nat. Lvnx Genett, and Co-M-*J uy Muffs, at " MJaTill & Root's. . 6 DOZ. squirrel Boas and Ladies Fnr Onp«nl M & R's. ff*fi DOZ Otter, seal, Nutria und Mnskrat Ftrr t )\J Caps at M & E's. Osft D0Z' ^'po'strnd Boy's phi in cloth Cops ol Jd\3 different styles and quality, at M & R's. 9 DOZ. Men's and Boy's silk a id cotton1 gbwed Caps, a I'ewdozcn Buffalo Boh :.-), ond anv quauty of liair seal, scalet, and wurttcd Cops 0 M &. It's CkO DOZ. sph. coney, imitatio 1 bnuih, far anil }/{7 wool si»ortingi and wool Hits—al*o (lat Gases, Muff Cases, Cap Cases, &c at M & R's. fi ASH paid for Pelts by ^ M & R, BINGHAMTON plow PoluU foi ft, U SideHiU'do. 1 *r 50 Also Wayne County Points at M & R's. Mont...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

MORE NEW GOODS. H sj^saAja^g & g©,, AVE received jthcir usual supply of Fall and Winter fJolttls, which they invite their old friends, |ind also new ones, to call and examine, and tbey will find ns good an assortment as most people ki ep in this section, including Dijy Goods, Groceries,Hardware, dtc &c and a general variety of fixings, where people will be satisfied that they get the worth of their money, Nov. 25, 1846., N. B.—We will pay bet er prices nnd give more Goods for Corn, R pe, Oats, Hay, and most all kinds of produce, than any other shop in these Diggins'. TJhose who haveany right kind of Plunder tcf sell would do well to call and try nt SEARLE'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

'¦lHE Subscribes are now receiving their •¦ ; stock of Frill and Winter GOODS, which will be sold on their us ml accomodating terms, for READY PAY. ! MILLS & SHERMAN. Montrose, Nov. 4, 1846. BOOTS 4. SH0$S, coarse and fine, of almost every quality abd price, by r ' I ' MILL ,fe.*HERMAN. 1 £Zfi BOXES OF GLASS-all sizes aiid Win ¦ JL sJiVf dow Sash for sale. ¦ ' '" " '' i LYONS & CHANDLER. Jane, 1846. ^1 STRAYED. Iuto Ihp inclosurji of the Sabsc riber, on r>r;sbout the middle of May, 1846,. a light redt Steer. I shrmlUthink said Steer was, two years old past. Harmony township, Jan. 8th, 1(147. > WM.lL STODDARD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 25 February 1847

TO ^RAPPJeftS,'.} HUNTERS, FED-;EJ3RS,AJ|fD MERCHANTSi ff HE highest price>;ui;Pflrtpai<. f«r SbinpintT tfS&ten^ISS* "* *d°Dr?' ** :S''^w8c^"/ftAife .]:: oMuTerent qualities can be .had 1 rom #1 lo.te less m Nbrthem Penasylvimui.'" Also, a new stock of &:: , _>:* ¦'::< ¦ caps?.;';':!.,';:;- fast received from 1,.^" :' '• '" V ' ; ' ['-Bee;-Sl,'lfl48r* U-'- .;--;¦"¦:.. A ..a ;>.'.--, te&i|5W° «OUgfc^JtT8 ^antedpaahpaidforanyq^ntjty 8HBE » PBLfB.i¦ ¦'< HiE .'JP^VasKhlL^^^ ^Wvw. ,.,,,„ , fmrre.irtirft hk^jh -,gg «.^(,5., -. ;- mgwmt>,,|^!:;,,,,Md,a;..B<);;,,;i „ • ¦ fflrjgjfcte?^};-^-: |,xu<i rtufi?,-^ i.te,-..,,..;,.,,.; apj»rji!# :«^' M-hfiH fl'i£,.w'fe.-f I... ,„: ' ESte^F^^' W-»'J*»*'i'»W i* *ni I ^^m^^if^ ^^u-;;] WnmS^tWVnW^-1"^'"^'*'^ ' '« "> i W^^^^ls^ol;^^

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