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Dubuque Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 27, 1869, Dubuque, Iowa THOMPSON JONES 1 Democratic State Ticket For GEORGE of Wapello For Governor A P RICHARDSON the Supremo Court BRANNAN of County VOL XVI FRIDAY AUGUST Democratic Co A Convent lou of Democracy of county will bo held at tbo Court lu September at lo o'clock A M for the purpose ol nominating for tho following offices County Auditor County County Surveyor Drainage Senator In the an perly before tbo convention Tlie several will be entitled lo 0110 delegate for evory twenty-five democratic votes cant at the general election and every tion over half of number two dele for each township In addition to tin above Tllo number of delegates lo which eacl will bo entitled will be as follows s Prairie Creek d s Cascade Vernon Taylor The u dully causing Independence grain has by rain in Hardin county The Delaware county of radicals at Delhi Griswold college at com- John I New I Peru I Jefferson 7 liberty T lul 2d do K 7 itii 7 sin In accordance with Iho pant usages 11 la re- commended the primary be held and uniformly on to the day or holding Per order of the Democratic County Com- SI Jackson County The Democrats of county are re- to meet In convention at Andrew on 3d o September at 1 o'clock p.m for the of nominating for the Sheriff Auditor and tiro The of representation will bo one for oun for fraction over 14 cam for ration at tho last general election committees are to hold their primary meetings on Saturday tbo Mill day of and nominate to convention Chairman Dem Central Committee Jones County A convention of the democracy of Junes Co Is called al lown mi Saturday 1 Sty all o'clock p fur the several of- to Ixi Oiled nt tho election and to such business as may come fore convention tion will be the bam o ns heretofore W Com Delaware County A convention of the of will be held HI Hail In Saturday the of September next tarthe putting in nomination candidates for representative and The ratio of will Lo the same OH ut tho last county J Dem Com to be us aic county t at p.m Oeo 1 democratic Mr Governor will address tho people at the following limes and I si co at 2 o'clock p m Marengo Iowa county Friday m -4 Iowa City Johnson count Sept p m r sent ah p in Scott county Tuesday Sept 7th at m Clinton Wednesday Kent Bth HL O at p m county Friday Sept loth Sept m Council duy Sept nth at 2 p.m Glenwood county Wednesday Kept at Z p m Hamburgh Fremont county Sept Kith at 2p m Atlantic Cuss county Friday Kepi 171 hat J p m Moines Saturday Hept at 2 p m Monday Sept jaf I county Tuesday Hept 21st at o'clocK p in Leo county Wednesday Hept at S p TO Burlington Dw county Sept ZM at Mt co county Sept Jefferson county Saturday Hunt p.m Albla county Monday Sept ot Charlton county Sopt ISth m Oceola Clark county m Afton Union county Thursday Sept JHh m i copy LATEST The great international boat race be- tween Harvard and Oxford comes off member of from Fourth district published a list appointments for radical speeches at Albla Hon David McDonald judge of tho States district circuit of Indiana died at his residence in Indianapolis on the inst Ho was Iu his year i On nod after Sunday evening daily express train composed of palace and sleeping cars will be run between Chicago and New York making the time in twenty-nine hours going via the nnd Ft Wayne routes Nathan James Clifford late clerk of the United States circuit court district and ton of the Hon Nathan Clifford associate justice of the supreme court or the United States at Augusta Maine on the inst Fhe president it is announced has postponed his return to until nest BO that there will be no meeting ou Friday The regular cabinet will be held ou Tuesday the His present tlon appears to ba to leave about the oJ of September for Saratoga and Luke where will spend a few The prolonged is felt In New York The board has issued a notice urging economy in the use of water and unless there goon the water will he cut several large aud other large consumers There is in the reservoirs and tho fully the quantity Many paper mills Ui New York and New Kugland have and price of paper is advancing against the of money in Hie hands of Bane at New York amount lo nearly W Fitzgerald of Cincinnati hue brought suit on behalf of others fur which they ed to suiu aru being preferred by here and In Philadelphia Lawyers in the Cise have made an unsuccessful attempt to have a portion of the y wt for its eleventh September bouse ill wna by last Sunday The News il Hint a is In at Point town conneil of have levied a lax of four mills on tho dollar for Two collided ll o No serious The Union asks bo done regl late the railroads or the railroads regu Lite tho state That somo what upon the character of the me nt members to tho legislature a visit from Grunt at the fair vines this fali for two reu Dr Burtis has him the f am the other an horses at Hie fuir inducements Superintendent of ilic In sane Asylum at Mt Pleasant thu the institution is overrun and receive hopeless cases until relieved bj tho new asylum ut Independence X patients must be sent without notice In advance und an answer Unit they eui be 31 fc K This is the day set for the al boat race between Harvard and ford ou the Thames A great amount of interest is frit in the issue on both sides of the ocean and for that everything relative lo it is greedily de- by tho public We append the latest dispatches in full from of War except such as may be found iu our telegraphic LONDON AUR J ho Harvard and Oxford crews were out only made short trips up und down the rivet Tho to-day have been practicing They decided to use Ki- Holt's boat for tho race Walter Krown who recently arrived hero with Tyler will assist at tho start Kulley dently lumens Hint tho win und the match will be tually before Iho reach bridge also de- clares his belief that thr Americans will in first Belting to-night stands to 1 on Tho arrangement for a mateli be- tween and buve to that lull he no ol the will probably accept to row on the latter river Tho Times on Iho boat raff Good assert that the show signs of wa- termen however favor the idea they must win tho race are divided tho in favor of Iho Oxfords Tho London a on Monday evening to men forming tho Harvard and Oxford crews THE BV Account Prom Ibo Now WArld AOR 21 Considerable excitement in Yonkers by the dis- covery Unit Mr Stokes cashier of the banking house of F Morris Co had decamped and that he was 11 de- faulter to tho amount of forty or fifty dollars and perhaps a much larger sum On Saturday morning last Mr Stokes informed tho Messrs Morris thai he desired to go to New York to some members of his family whom he were coming down the Hudson river on board of some steamer The request excited no cion whatever as ho had been away under similar circumstances on occasions But on Monday to make an appearance Tuesday also passed without Mr showing himself when tho Morris brothers be- gan to fear something wrong Ou Wednesday one of the firm came to New York and proceeded to look after certain securities which wero deposited hero as n reserve iu case of any ency that might arise It was It is said soon ascertained that Mr Stokes who was fully invested with authority to obtain and convert them into funds if necessary had already converted the securities into available funds as alleged appropriated them to his own use Ou the return Mr Morris to Yonkers and after a consultation with his brother on the subject it was de- to close the bank nud proceed to Investigate tho true state of their which they have uot yet completed consequently tho exact of Mr defalcation has not been The Messrs Morris are said to have received a letter from their ier dated place In Canada ting forth that ho haa lost tho amount in unsuccessful Mr is about fifty years old IriH a wife aud 11 number of interesting held responsible positions of various kinds sinco he was years old He had previously held the cashier in a number of the Patchen bank of Thu Morris brothers had known him were had the utmost in his rity It is believed that Who have been transacting business with the bank will not loso anything but tho entire amount of tho ed will fall upon thy named bunkers who will wind up the attaint of the bank ns quickly and as us possible for although they might bo to sustain tho loss they are of the impression that a breath of suspicion once rui.iud against the bank its usefulness IK lulled by Aug James MoKey and Henry Arnold farmers residing Ind were instantly killed by lightning p in at work ou farm some from tho house a up they sought shelter under a treo which was struck by lightning Maes Aug 20 Tho American association for tlie ad- vancement of science adjourned dlo yesterday after for the ensuing year Prof Wm uet of St Louis was chosen president and Prof Jos of Cambridge permanent secretary THK RACE Tlie Condition or Aug Smalley telegraphs the I from London J saw the Harvard crew last the time after n absence and was delighted to observe a marked improvement In their style and Both crown made to-day their last row over the whole course which they will take before the race A difference of thirteen seconds is reported in favor of the Oxfords but the Oxfords having taken a back Ill order to get up a good crews exhibit Tho style of tho Oxford crew is lily tlie better of tho two Its crow is heavier aud their pace extraordinary however are In superb condition and perfectly confident The JB far from constantly and tlie number of never grealer dissension iu WBH about ended Important are Bald to be consideration ind Is still in session thin 1 hero were seven deaths in from violent causes All were casualties except oue u oime of of Mrs Hawks who twelve groins of on account It is supposed of domestic un A boy ten years old Harriet fell Into tho lakt waa drowned named while finning vard have to use the carries them better and makes greater other they have trued No trouble or auy klud is feared but has been taken against foul play and n strong guard is kept constantly over the boat The Harvard crew have spent the last two nights ut the Sturgls House They wiah mo to contradict the English statement tbat they have adopted the English stylu All the crow say they pull the same stroke as last year but for all that they show un immense change for the better to have been a tlo trouble about the referee and Oxfords wanted to change but the I um glad to say very properly stick to Thomas Hughes In of this Mr Chilly refuses to act as umpire not willing to servo under and tho probability is will he no umpire ut all but Mr will bu selected as tho sole re- feree This is arrangement bv all odds tbat could be made thing has been done to secure a clear course and a fair race and they lend no interference by outsiders and 10 obstruction of the river by boats and barges as often been the heretofore Neither crew has done work and to-morrow they vili do none at all Tho headquarters f the Harvard men havo been crowded vith among whom yesterday very Charles Minister Motley Morau secretary of tho legation J H Dudley United consul tit Liverpool nil o whom will return for tho act LONDON Aug 20 1 he excitement In regard to tho boat ace between the Oxford and Harvard rews to-morrow continues to grow and merit of the crows form the general uf conversation Tho general ng among sporting reporters is that the nco will ha a most spirited and well one There is still a little at of two to the LONDON Aug -26 Harvard and Oxford have lily practiced starts to-day The in which the have de- leil to row the match to-morrow is 44 st long 21 inches wide at tho art and S inches deep Depth over 11 inches Depth of forward 7 and depth aft 01 inches She built on a draft and model brought ram Now York and is purely of her frame work aving been brought over with the rsw Tho oars to be used were made t Ay ling The following are the weights of both IB they stand E 155 pounds Simmons 171 154 pounds pounds 187 pounds M pounds Hall 101 on nds Gulsion captain of the London ng club will be umpire for the ards and Chilly act in iac capacity for tho Oxfords Mr has been chosen as r Sir A Paull will probably bo reed upon as judge Tho Oxford men ing but the Americans arc hopeful Simmons Is Indisposed Mr has written a letter to ic publication on Saturday against the the English press In regard to the tyle of rowing and against assertions an alteration in that style that their stylo now differs n no respect from that which they ays practiced at homo Tho Pull Mall Gazette of this ng says If tho are beaten will be by Iho best crew ever seen on 10 would make ion work of the fastest hero need bo no fear but that race Henry a was drowned while bathing Two men whom died and the other in in critical condition A carpenter fell from n Hunch on and was ly killed an employe cif brewery it dead from heart ease A woman died of n kerosene oil ex- plosion and there were several but not fatal accidents reported The annual mating ul Plaints station commenced It was late last night a serious accident had occurred iu the at Ward's rolling mills on North Branch A is said to have fallen killing two workmen and several others were left In a critical dition No details could be obtained Tho Northwestern College tion is in at About thirty representatives of the leading Institutions of the northwest are present Several able were read yesterday fireman who has lived unhappily with his wife for some time past left her a few days since aud plied for a divorce Last night while Rowe was asleep in the engine house bin wife rushed into the apartment mid attacked him with a pair of tongi cutting his head badly before she could bo secured CHICAGO Aur Tho plans and specifications for the SAN Aug 25 I he congressional retrenchment com- passed and will reach hero to-morrow night Iho have made grand prop orations for tho reception of Carl n will meet him at Sacramento to-morrow ard will company him to this city the will en musa In a procession on his arrival The captain of the ship A K Barr from Hong reports tha discovery of a cluster of rocks not marked on his chart on the direct route to Hong Kong has issued his from San an order that no more beof be to tho be merits entirely on Its own Picon NEW YORK Aug 20 The Erie Railroad company has made n arrangement with tho Lake Shore by which tho Erie is to lay a third ill Irom Now York to Buffalo to lako It narrow guage In one year narrow gunge bonds are to bo sued which are to bo u lien on tho tho narrow guago Tlie Eric is to fix rates ou western freight and the Lake Shore on- astern Tho Erie Atlantic Great Western nd Shore roads have made an whereby passengers to the Atlantic Great to Cleveland or via hrough earnings arc to bo equitably between the three companies foregoing will explain rise and in Krio to-day The different trunk Hues of railroad 3 the west have hardly got their patched up on the freight before another comes up on lie passenger fare Tho rate for a 1st lass passage to Buffalo was reduced to Another Atlantic cable to unite the Prussians projected erms of concession from the Prussian ore published It is to be by September and must be shed within two years The general agent of tho Delaware lackawanna Co telegraphs that tho non have decided to go to work at Immediately The company vlll atari work on Monday Tho same will sell tons of coat at Sept 1st There has been no Increase as yet of oils on western freights Tho Fenian congress reassembles ny president Savago submitted his in which ho that the Is still strong In That tho organization is In order and the arik and file is going on quietly but tunnel under the Chicago river at Lu Salle street are nearly completed aud It is expected that the contract will be awarded and work commenced within a month A horrible of wife murder red at La Salle III last night A mm Murphy while in a state Intoxication his wife down aud beat her to death with a boot His daughter was present but to aid her mother The engine house and shops of Kirk laud's coal at Danville III woro burned at this a in loss is severe occurring as It does at the beginning of It is hoped to be able to resume work iu six weeks at Wilmington California the are diseased The bark Adeline Elwood arrived at Portland Oregon from New York I wo miles of snow sheds Pucillo II K 1 ou the between Cisco md Summit wero destroyed by lire list night Considerable iron Is ed badly and a number of ties eastern and western trains are delayed A large force Is clearing thu track and repairing tho road which will bo ready for the regular trians morrow Aug to the Central Pacific road by lire is greater than at first Trains probably will not Six Nights World Evening August PROF J M i embracing vi Doors at 7 o'clock w IRANO MATINEE Saturday Afternoon Sept the burnt Our CINCINNATI Aug The game of base bull between Haymakers Red Stockings at the end of tho fifth Innings the makers objecting to a decision of the umpire in regard to a catch of tho Red Stockings at the bat on the sixth inning a foul which bounded and was picked up by Carver catcher of tho Haymakers um- pire Brock way of the club decided not out the Haymakers clamorously objected to tho decision and on the to stuck Tin Kisher put up tho bats aud the umpire then mounted a chair and decided the in favor of tho Rod Stockings be- causo tho Haymakers refused lo con- it Great excitement stood coolly at his post hat in hand during all the excitement ready to continue tho game The decision of the umpire was received with great cheering An immense crowd wna present The Red get all the gate money which Is Great numbers came on all the railroads at half fare The hotels are full The excitement on the streets Is great Theic was no disgraceful conduct on the grounds or oh streets The Buckeye club has declined to play tho game appointed the makers The Red Stockings n lug to-morrow night to as to what share if any of the money shall go to the Haymakers Several of the Haymakers censure their president Severely for ordering them to ue the game They are by no means unanimous in tho dissatisfaction The president of the Haymakers In first part of the of the umpire but uot being sustained by tho members did not press his ob- here to-morrow The following is the score of tho game so far as Red Stockings Haymakers C 7 0 0 Messrs Co private ers about I Philip the supposed derer of David Kirby at the Chicago Hamilton depot last evening with two others said to bo implicated were brought here to-day and lodged in jail An excited crowd met them at the depot aud the vrith difficulty saved them from being BOSTON Aug 20 In the sUto labor reform to-day resolutions adopted de- claring that the claims to labor are to the claims of any party or sue that are now tho people and will be a paramount consideration iu the bestowal of votes in tbo corning election only organization can labor protect itself against tho continually increasing en- of capital asking for labor associations chartered rights and privileges granted to associations of capitalists demanding the enactment of the statute making 10 hours a legal all factories in this state and also the rigid of thu lawn against the employment of minors under ton years of age in cotton und woolen factories the de- of the national labor union in favor of temperance education and morality as success re- Immediate formation of a political party for the purpose securing thorough action and protection for the rights and inter- ests of ana women an- their motto rights and privileges for in every field of irrespective of sex or birth place Aug 20 The excessive heat was broken about one o'clock to-day by a tremendous shower of one hour It extended over n great portion state and has ho doubt ted the drouth to a groat extent Aug 201 The of the fire Inspector the by lire yesterday Insurance probably will not pass before Saturday The ire was undoubtedly the work of an A train wua also delayed last night tins side of Cisco by a er weighing at least ten tons which rolled down the side of mountain and lodged on the track It was ed by The retrenchment committee are stopping at Northern advices report a be- tween tho Kooling In- on tho upper Colorado In which twelve of the latter ivere killed and a large number Also live miners en route from Montana to were killed by Indians WASHINGTON Aug 26 Secretary arrived here last from Danbury Conn and soon after was attacked with a severe of the lungs Ho is very much this morning aud the doctor ordered him to remain In town and keep He tins been ly to-day and has had no return of the hemorrhage More reports of seizures by tlie inter- nal were by Delano than in my onu previous day during the nt administration Reports were re- by telegraph and from all nuts of the country Suicide Aug 1 lie in tlie tho drowning of Ellen Culvor who it is alleged committed suicide near Shaker village on tho nth of June lust resumed before Coroner Allen and jury ut Field's Hotel in New yesterday a number of were examined among them Bonjamin ono uf tho trustees of the Stinker society Nothing was lo throw light upon the motive of the woman iu suicide Tho adjourned till to-day Aug This localities occupied by third and sixth corps wero examined and tho positions of corps were hours wero devoted to this work und many disputed points were definitely settled A number of the most prominent generals who participated in the battle wero present and gave valuable mation Tlie lines of the rd day's battle will bo slaked to-morrow Important Legal TORONTO Aug A judge lu the chambers this ing rendered an important decision in the case of the parties charged with scuttling tho Garry Viven The claimed that the Canada courts had no jurisdiction tho being committed in American waters The judge decided that tho English ad- laws extended to Lake Erie and tho prisoners must be tried in a SYRACUSE N Y Aug 25 The thunderstorm of the season occurred yesterday A man named Percell aud a team of horses were killed by about a mile from town Accepted N Y Aug 20 Horace has the in- to deliver tho opening address before the international industrial exhibition in this city October Cth Aug 20 Jewell father of Gov Jewell Is dangerously ill and it Is feared that ho recover His sons in other states have been for PO PN HI WASHINGTON Aug 20 secretary Is prostrated by a sovere attack of hemorrhage of tho A Invented and wonderfully rapid medical for Periodical lor and to overy Minn and Married Lady monthly adopted by all nnd fully approved or by every Indy durable and will last 5 Is want every ludy most valuable yot invented for J M D nix lor nalo Lady free by mail on of price Si Mf B Co V nag E B C WRIGHT COCHRAN LEAN CO Importers nnd Jobbers of 0 rapes Gloves Notions and Woolens 462 4 and 460 Broadway N Tt July Advertising Agents Chicago to paper at our in tlu V K OVERUSE T Wealon t Co Oeo D Burch Co J R Salesman Weston Burch Co of nud Kotall In nil aud WISCONSIN LUMBER now prepared to nil notice find M tho Wu Mr J H Rodman an inan who will bo found constantly on hand corner of Elm nnd 10th A warrant in bankruptcy haw been lui Raid Court of E county of Linn In the State ol wa in mi d upon th petition of und Iho payment if and the delivery of proper ho of properly hy him m day of f n M nt i of B W Poor ono of tho in of P W CRAWFORD Dopt U S Marshal Atur TX BANKRUPTCY In District Court ol the for of coy S Bankrupt ico in Elvon that a haa Bled In court by said cats thereof irom all under act Ibe l day D ISCO nt U o'clock n m is iui tor Court ol before 11 court In at Kooin Number Blx 111 Iowa In raid aud when all credit rs of rupl who havo proved their and nil other persons in and cause I hey why the prayer of Kuld uot lie And nolle In hereby that the and third ol of Midi bankrupt under the and of will ho at Bald lieu of 11 Esq on 2d day of October 1569 at I o A M at A tJ nn A- Graham WILT or the Clerk of Circuit Court 1 County lowu t An in to bo tho will aud ol lo the Circuit Court of Count i cad and Monday tho ty lown and SiVh da Oct thoday for taking at which lime all are to KOONEY Beery All Vs AUK Clerk D C or duties of married also mid need nnd old men who from tho follies of oilier causes foci o in advance o- their tho friend Married Indies will learn of Importance by crot Friend Sent to any In envelope on receipt of Address JAMES HUGHES AUCTIONEER And Heal Estate and STOCK BROKER Will buy ami sell real slocks and bonds on commission for It con- cern No street Dubuque Iowa JAMES HUGHES Commission Forwarding MERCHANT DEALER IN PIG AND BAR LEAD as DUBUQUE IOWA GITY COLLECTOR OF DEBTS JAMES HUGHES Wo 85 Main St Horses at Public and Private Sale JAMES HUGHES No 85 Main and Curriers of EXPAND CALF SKINS in Red Bole Kip and Calf Skins Ing Horse Canu Paid for and 44 Main D Kandall I H A dx Iowa Aug ANGER BROS On between 12th nml 13th streoln Iho Central In SADDLES AND HARNESS Wo Ic eon constantly on band dlCH Coin OH attention elvon and lhat we cuk a share or your tho place and try Aug BOOKS New Books New Books Tor Old lolks by Mrs Finn by The Valloy Crimea 2 vols Butterfly by Coll Tyler Up by tho Bra o by Mrs of Elm Duncan's Ritual Notes St Paul ST Offer a Largely Increased Stock of YANKEE HOSIERY WALL PAPER WINDOW PAPER BLANK BOOKS SCHOOL BOOKS STATIONERY Now Watorn New Music New Music Hello Mahone IOC of Tho Dutch Onion Bird on a Tho Newsboy The Lovo IHx by The New Cromos Violins 111 Main Street ACADEMY Corner Main and 13th Sts IOWA by HE SISTERS OF CHARITY V M The Sisters tender their in 10 public for tbo liberal Diem beg to announce ml vire their permanent IIH well IIH All the of a UK education will be and very facility for tte nnd All required in Fur Ac resa SI Academy Feb Institute of St Mary's the direction of School Sisters Dns on lown 1st and lu mml orman nail faucy needle work and al music bed and 00 lano per qr jo oo do G 00 and per G OJ year the 1st SUPERIOR An K St Mary's Academy otre Under Direction of the OF THE HOLY CROSS Is on the St Joseph River SO miles ast or via Southern R it from the town of Bend Tno Is unparalleled In esi acres arc Pleasure rounds The course of study is very thorough extensive embracing mi tho branches or solid anil Tho Still Session on the ret In September For catalogue ad- MOTHER M ANGELA Superior rt St Mary's Academy Notre POLYTECNIC IN- XV Very thorough In Civil and S Metallurgy and Science obtain S For tbo lull Ties Aua GOODS OF 1869 OLDEST dc YANKEE NOTION O TJ S IS THE WEST OF AND DOMESTIC ankee Notions Hosiery Gloves A Skirts Corsets Parasols Wilh a con- fh part of Jaconetti Victoria Lawni Book Table Linoni Wo Invite tho loan examination of 10 of tho above line of west ot Now York overy CASH articular attention will bo paid to H aud 43 nnd 144 and Floor St NEW atest Styles ami Low JACOB Old Wholesale and Dealer In Gents Furnishing Goods No lai St April AX m ATTORNEY AT Office The of Country IH especially Invited and In all GIVE US A THOMPSON May JONES MA IX THE REASON WHY the NOT ONE FAILED ENTIRE SATISFACTION of every CHARTER OAK STOVE IH And wherever known They Stand Unrivalled FOU ECONOMY HOK And For itt And for 111 They are Home Manufactured tn the nnd to of WESTERN SOUTHERN Surely no Rood can to one FOn LIST Excelsior Manufacturing Co 612 4 CU MAIN ST LOUIS C MASON lows A 76 and 73 Main Street Agricultural All PLANING HILLS LUMBER BUYERS We have added our Sew to FOR PLANING AND and Completed n SWITCH TRACK Cars from machines attholieast Ur pease AND NO DAMAGE TO PRICES REASONABLE And Always aa as the Lowest Our Teams arc to Draw Lumber from any point Don't Full to examine our Superior SADLER 46 MAIN C Importers nnd Wholesale do A Lu O O Eilt China Glassware SILVER PLATED WARE Chandeliers and Lamp AVOOD WILLOW WARE Bird Cages 4 Bahy Carriages Original Crates of W u al Iho leading manufacturers on hand and at the t and Beit CHAMPAGNE CIDER nave yon It Is nnd lent of drinks especially when 11 V difficult Dnd nny thing lo tho taste It Is a particularly cool and drink mill IH taut winning way on IU Ht me Laflin Powder Company Jane M MAIV
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