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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1871, Cambridge, OhioThe in of our vol 40. October j871. No. M. M. A ii in Anil of naive a Caiiou of in Ilij Ollu Levit. Mill will my Aluta us t l it i v Muir Uirt in it i in ruler in a till main Ohio. 4 Paul 111 i a a w. Mathews. J it i. A i u i to tin Vui l i t Cults of t on it l i in tin Lii a built Allim Tuu Tioli. Ait m 4 iut Ute lit ton Ohio. Me Tui i Puiul de. Him. Rim not cd Nam i capital t i j l. I. V. 1 u Uicon Ideiil. 1 m. Makhsh. T Nai Han it. I. Us links i Tia. Small tin Small Orna mental t mall Cut led upon by p. I of Otto t i u b or his in a. But North we inure now it it to. M. A. Of Mote i Liro .111 4 Wai. I. Cam in to in hot i jul Ali jul of Black Omo. In of raw c coils m. A. O s. J. M. A. J trunks and i alien i. I i u the Singer sewing machine j Miry i in. I. I Arlo i Sikl Tui i Lii lit tin1 i lint i. To ram attractive and comfortable i in Jill i a Lui Litun lit. Till t l i my in it Kum Coa so i kick and fut Lihe the has Louil rut n i in i iilotu1 with my ii plan1 in ri1 Linn Riihl Anil wi1 of my living in or Hiil i in i 1 Sli Cutie Inive tit m u to and to Lair an Ami Callou an to i tin of Loii Iolli a to Lions i Lynn line a Siuri Iny and duties i hut with a Vul Millie air ill with ii Torii her Ami i 1 of my nit awful Whittu with my i sitting in finnly no and 1 of f i a Soi Low i hut in lit in a land thai him Mir hut now h Thi tlnu1. And 1 my Login or Ihnn Long tin Suilun Ifill Day i til my i ii will i my ii enough Tot and 1 win Noii d Imblum c was u Lui Urc to this beyond Hill no Imu an Ami Noi Xic oanu1 Tun i u la that the t Titner was and tin1 Pri St it would fun it Llu thought it my Pusl Lite Crown into rec Unity. Thi to 1 woke Fitin Tny Annily and Thi Union Ami Uin a t in Lar warning and i Pray that i inti not in this Horton the that 1 May my in future and no our to v-avt1. And no i have innit n no High i uni rat have known and i in huh i Learnt it diva i Hopr unix t l no Nizic. So i my Aloin with my Riim Vonro in Phu i when the years and to fruit relm i Lii Urc in lir land where thin1 and i u now of i lit 1 Turr mow dreadful Soi r it trial to u Lone Wil h my Cosine i in o Vui i Judy Neil Ono my Tor Inu. Ohio a Rich Willii Gifu fur Money. To Lilu Tiu c.iht1 of easy nit Llor Cou i it Money was to cow is a one. Usif Kulil of open irions was on Clevi Utill and pills Hurt i Duil. Lie wits u Anttn i oni it in Trio coming Niilyn Tor Liis Zeal in the religion and Kindred Vir fiend tire thousand Square Miles Hundred Mil it s homeless wild i casts of the Woods fleeing in till directions. Endowed Willi in Coni inon business hold ing a responsible position under the Cleveland Iron company he is superintendent of one of the extensive Coal mines Ope ruled Liy t in coins Siuy. His office Isa responsible bringing Linin into Contact with a Large number of Busiutis men Large sums of Money con stantly passing through his bunds for Hie payment of wages to the and Tor other purposes. To is about fifty years of the land the Coal mines Are Luca cd is a Man of wealth and influx and a member of a family whose nine is among Tho most re Spe Luble in this District. He purchased counterfeits of new York and passed Hunt cjsm8i xxi Kursion Tiro t 15. Accomplished this Ive we have traversed in its full i Rgth the most stupendous mole work Man Ucol Nevid. The solemn opening of uie Al Init crisis Tunnel to speak More of the col de Frijus fixed for the Day after to mor but yesterday was the Day of the great sex the 17lh will be the grand but lilo 15th was Tho real business and its re sults have been most satisfactory. About As we issued from uie breakfast room at our Dingy hotel air n Large in somewhat travel soiled were coming Down from thu sleep Elope of the Bill in the direction of thu where a sumptuous morning re past wag awaiting them. They had left i urine in the morning by an express travelling Over the Turin Sim line As far As where the new track joins the nun where their task properly commenced. Orders Hail Bee issued by do the lowly appointed Oil online merchants and oth minister of Public to c a october 1871. A special correspondence to the i of h. Tatt turn of of from Bruni chamber Liim to i Lolo it. In too Jim no. Of rvs Ohio 1141 Lull uts us in Tollit 111 .i.i. I. -. 1 i Tonj la i the. I ill Kim top i flu i to Halo n. W. M. R to i a tidily a sums to Day from Groci says the fires in the Eli have been raging there and like tended across Fox Anil cover a strip of Ali pity Miles wide in Slaw ainu and Oconlon and the Large lumbering towns of Maricih be Anil pcs Iligo Are threat i ii d with Desi Nicison. The fires Are now raging Over three Lions Luul Square Miles of territory. One Hundred families Are burned out of House and and the Lel uces Aie in Green and other and at Lea it one bundled other fam Ilies Are in tin equally bail Condi Tion. Fai m and absolutely thing has been swept Anil ers with whom he had business. Several cases of this kind were and when an sled lie was found to have two one with genuine and the other with counterfeit Money. He is now in Cleveland jail awaiting examination. Daddy s boy. In a certain Small town on the Mississippi lived a Man who made horse to ailing a business. He bought up horses Tor the City Between i and was considered Welly have sex Good on a Trade. One Day a Qiu specimen of the Western arrived the Dock Willi u boat Load of horses. To inquired for the horse jockey. Sent to Down Wilh some he said in a half idiotic Lone. Who s he daddy what do you want for your horses v daddy said you could set the was the reply. Let me go Down and look at your brow and a k Wurm i nil pc s. M i onto. Drugs and Medici lbs. Ami. N Iff hot ii str in nit Tomt Attr i run to n k or a tent a e d i o o i nil 4 ill j. Iii. D. K. 1 o. No ill k. Asl forsake. .1 i of Iris 111.ui wok k x. L to Neil Ami a in i ill in. I a mom i Ilc no to. It t m i. U n in h a. N 1 in in to m ii .11111 Lunik h l Mil Lull i la .1-11 to null in ii Lillqu us hit1 i till s ill till ii. Iii v ii l i in Shams n h Mil Riidu i uti ii la i ill ill Ami n l m in in in. A in i . ii this 1.11 ii an a u unit i u t. 1 in nil ii us ill Cimic n ii this u in in l Dii a Lull lie Culm i in. k. I ii. I a ainu .m. A i ill Lic lil in i a to ill. I l 1 Vav Mishali Ril. F a i unil third us on. Us Rul Elk Vicil Hymi will Elri to in All will Pri ineptly it a. And no applicant will lie Pirinoli in in the clubs u lie i it in. John Mclily ii. S. U ii. Ill great Western double unit single Itu Irel Lidl a. It he Moil a. Meruil for j Rocc Ailion Xiv j. Ii. Jelinx Tonii. Treut m Chi in Oiin Itu Similt Lilia i la. Army t lib vol bought or traded for. Ju22-vm. Lilleh ill ill i l in Clell i t. Ii in s the die my in a it nil ill l t i la Loltie of i lie Lii St ills in i in i of u a Lucli air. I .111 be i in an n it i ill. It is Nti n i be Llull i he null Hiil Ami i. I Anil one n lie All i a Lial i ii out eur liar Rul Loail Sta . I Ink i in 11 u Coin a e it. 1 is will mail to Suli u Sooil Lia scr. I i Lur Lii i a lilo mat ii Tilv in i 1 Ine forests arc destroyed heart Anil other wild beasts have been driven in dismay from Iho an i Are fleeing in every Lii if Siernos the Fields the ire Tiru Gigli liner the i m e in lion Ninny have fallen Down will located by the a Ike and Anil been Cair cd by la Muir t Omi tules to places of s Fety All the supplies of food fur men and throughout at least lil in townships have been de ind Star Vii during this ensuring win a stares them in Tho i my. Wis. Oct 4. 1s71. The tires which hit now prevail Init in six or seven of the North i it Lorn a i unties have never had a parallel the settlement of country the drouth i win Eli Iris prevail ii Sincie Early in anti is has dried up the streams and and has parched Tho to such a depth below the surface that the itself As a and i hindi Trees tire falling from the of the undermines them ail. Outstanding property is vein is so Little water in Blu Silva tins Willi i Lucli to Slop the lire. Harns and heir a not and Oiler Loo Eiber with Hin drugs of Miles of me Rand. No Check can be offered to the approaching fires. Tii Erc is yet 10 account of the loss of Al Linn go a family in Kennell county mid some indians arc reported d. The Han lest against he Are made at Many saw which Are among Tho Pine forests in this but Many of hem have been in mod. All the fore which could be obtained from adjacent places has been Callett to Ulici assistance of the Mills Ami sul Clemonts in sonic cases with but in Many others the work has been so Long and so and the men arc so pm that the contest has been up. In places where there was no the Only available plan has been to Dir trenches i around the but the least wind Carmich Large flames of Burn ing hark through the air and run oilers such u measure useless. Jan Jii to. I Mill i Arnht i Ohio. In i in mrs Mukk Roi Lilia Oiler Neaily i Foraci Chol Iowa Anil in on to nil at Low a ticks. Six r Cint. Neil to l to eat Aller pin Chase. I will in storm ii uti l i Lulu the limit of Creilly Olla rail. Till acts Lor Liimol Solil at Mill Low a. Al regular a Tel Cost Willot Vii it in i Midlil in thirty Days of of ticket. I la in Tel i s n i ree push Over the where the Liimol is Locati to. Roii Ihlen flirt Story of tin1 of tace. Cull Slop Winloc for a or apply to or us drops s. Ii Iowa. Kor in Brnik ii a nov to or i Liln Uku. W. Lam i in or Asur. M. Scott cum Ohio. Fun Bart Cordingly they were soon on the boat Brown examined the ant named the Price he would Nive for Liis one Anil but the country bumpkin made no All Lionor some of tiie offers wore not More than one half of the real value of the animal. One of the bystanders gently suggested to the countryman that he was being but he resumed daddy said drown would set a Price and so Brown had in All his own Way. At last they came to an animal which did not look much Superior to the rust. I must have More for that ii daddy says he can run some said that eng can t run Worth a cent daddy buys and daddy knows i be got Ono tip to the stables that can boat it All hollow g 110.18 said tie let s try pm. I la Bol the whole Boit Load of horses on pm smiled. I la stake live thousand dollars against your boat sail i winking to the and these selecting hold the 1 stakes i Brown s five thousand was entrusted to and Llie other went i on Board the boat. One of Tho crowd started to re Man slate with thu poor idiotic but he Only responded dad told to he could run and daddy ought to loss pm if to was such a tamil fool a to Tell Rne when he count Brown s sleek racer was brought and Brown mounted him. The country led out his animal and climbed on his looking As uncouth and awkward As the horse he proposed to ride. The word was Given and they amid the laughter of tiie Alire one the Clinef in and in Ca Vidaure valves a former now in Spector of Iho to examine the state of thu m w line Iron bus Solino to find report on the possibility of proceeding with the inauguration of next sunday with perfect ease safely. They had acquitted themselves of the part of their duties As far As the journey Down was and were to return in the same Way at about 4 in the not Cimbou. That is. Your a brother and a presented ourselves to Cavaliers and asked for places in the train on its Way Back. Tiie Boon was vouchsafed Willi that ready Courtesy which is characteristic of the italian find at the appointed time we found ourselves seated in an admirably Well appointed railway near the Mon Dune in trance of the would have in thu company of the old italian Gulsvi ppm re a Man known to from whom time had taken nothing of the Saerty fire and liveliness of his youth. I confess i Felt some compunction about that in As it through Iho the Jurrat dark thoroughfare Cut through the heart of the Mountain Chain had been As it by the Poi dog Cere Mony. 1 had made my mind to get Over the or the do in from Moduno to in my own old Way. And Iliad ordered mules for what might in All have been my last. Alpine journey. There h not even mules be Hud at and 1113 companions were not equal to a seven hours walk up and Down so nothing was left but a Seal in the fell railway a detestable and discreditable As experience from St. Michael to modal e had when they have charged you full value Lor a first class they crowd All Llie second and third class passengers upon Yon until no room is left to breathe. Greatly As i think the of tits q May to con Grain Laluc. On the easy Access they have obtained into i almost think old stagers like myself will have to regret some of the sensations with which they their bygone to be huh Cid into the of the transition is generally gloom to thu from chill to morn ing Wai Mali. Lie very horses and other As it Haa onion been feel the genial and they usually cheer no and frisk and oui Bol. And testify by their the Joy Vitti which Thi y in the Prospect of the fair Region before Tho rewards of the toils they endured a the Long weary ascent on tiie Oiler tiie descent is almost everywhere precipitous. Life grows apace around you at t very downward at the Altitude where stunted firs thit by marked some one called out the Imine gave its shrill away we rolled with the Beautiful Kega Kli chatting away in his Al first passing Iho worm i to lanterns of men u ill at in deep after no emerged 1 into at tile opposite in trance at Bardi Lieclie. An hour by fore we were in France. We Are now on ground. Our Carriage was la it in Llie 1 and As the engine worked Back wards we vice close to it. Both our windows wore and we had not the least imaginable inconvenience from smoke or steam. There waa no perceptible difference Between the inside and the outside and one of my companions slumbered through nearly the whole distance. The fact that the engine was in our rear was certainly in our but the unanimous evidence of All who had come through in the morning went far to establish Miat they also had experienced no unpleasant and Tho difference of temperature could Only be detected by valves Soris which marked a few degrees of additional warmth in the to Mel. Tiie highest desire attained in to Day s journey has been 18 dog. Centigrade. Grat Toni s Glass in a previous trip Rose to 21 Deg. A More triumphant Success than has in every respect crowned this great work could hardly have been anticipated by its most sanguine Well wishers. Our pact throughout thu crossing seemed fairly rapid and even and the time both in the up and Down journey of Between Sprou and Eig t English was pre Cisell us but the average time allowed to the trains when the line Snail be in full is Calcut Jated at 20 minutes. Tiik president s farm near St. Comprises about 800 ined tit an average of 250 per acre. Gen. Grant became the possessor of the main tract in mid bus added to its area and made Many valuable improvements. Iris contains a dozen Fine blood including a hambletonian stallion and Colts by a flying Cloud and Legal ten All in splendid condition. A Large flock of Southdown sheep near the with herds of und Alderney cows in the adjoin Ling pasture. The president in leads make this his Home on his retire ment from and is Laving it put a first class condition. Crowd. At first Brown was i Tho rocks on the and it looked As if the poor fellow or austrian the Chest was to be badly when his nut and the Walnut in ail Lumuir Lux horse plunged and the Uri Unco fill the italian Glen. Tiie jockey was Lott far behind. Such going had not been seen in parts for a Long and Brown a the divers of the fell on his ears. I la take the said the Riding dad was right. The Nermal can gel around a Broxon tried to say it was All n but the follow would have his Money. Fig tree shades the humblest cot to Togo almost up to the Mountain and where the Brown and Sere surface of the. Soil at Liis advanced season strikes you a in deemed you May Juo on a nearer approach thai the feet is produced by the stubble of tiie nation s peril. I guess i won t Trade to said As he put it in his rough leather pocket Book. I la go Back to daddy in vain Brown tried to induce him to but he pushed off his resolutely i d better go Back and loll daddy Brown was completely for he know that the Green country my was shrewder than people and just came there purposely to win his Money from him. Next time he did t ridicule a horse that in Day said could run the Small patches of Altor noted with the Small patches of cultivated by the Hardy on crags and Dills where Ono would almost fancy the very Goat would fear to venture. B after you cannot avoid Jour Alps and enjoy them at the same time. Our purpose in coming till Tho Way from London to this place was to kno How one could manage to accomplish the journey without seeing the Mountain we Hud to mid that was done in As simple a Way As one might get from the Charing Cross to the Temple station of the London underground railway when to a dreadful among the patients titular the care of in the Western is a Yuying Ger who for years has suffered Iron hydrophobia. The who is about Twenty eight years of says he was a member of the Virginia cavalry. In the Spring of near com Juany wits ordered to sack a railway freight where a Large amount of provisions were stored. The prisoner was the first to enter the but scarcely had he done so when a Larne dog jumped upon him and bit Hin of. The Back of the neck. A Comrade of the prisoner killed the and the Man was to Keri to the Hospital where the wound was dressed is Ine Days alter this occurrence this Man was with and us did to become he soon Aiter was discharged from the army and returned to his Home. He Hail Boon with his parents but a Short Lime when his father died ing him with which to Europe and to treated the awful disease from which he suffering. This he and Pniler the advice of several English to in he stated his he proceeded to Berlin where he was treated for about six months. At the cud of this having gone through Marly All his he returned to and one year ago made his appearance in Pittsburgh Llo Hud not been Long in the City until he was arrested on a charge of found Gitil Tyand sentenced to the Western Penton tin by. Lit was seized with convulsions shortly to Flor his and Tsuifen d at intervals Ever since. On saturday last the Barking of a log near him throw him into dreadful which have continued constantly almost Ever is ice. To is now confined by Liim Selt room lined with and is said to go about on All froth at the and bark and snap like a dog. Or. Has summoned several other physicians to examine his dreadful Case. Lie is treating the patient now with hydrate of but Lias Small Hopes of his life. As to the prisoner having the As there is no possible but As to his account of his antecedents there is not much credit attached to it. He was sentenced from Westmoreland county in february last for six for robbing a chronicle. Figurative expressions. When a lady what figure does silo need you must bin her 2. A figure head i head. Elizabeth May have a Good Fig but the bust figure Lor a bet is 1. W lint Aro the figures for an Obsta use 4 s to remove it. What figures do you always find in the present when t Oes first appear in figures v after fur then comes the jeffersonian i poly n. Call of Piik by. I tin1us. Of a. Is do. I i a. 5o ill 6 co at l lie to Siil at Tho of the what must be Tho career America youth Yho tiie i m tril for Xem Init Kiili ties of Wanohi Uptou Oll Tittl society. Tho Xii of Yurie Washington. Sopt 1871. The great Public May have Foi got thu that one of the last acts i f president Johnson was to remove from or retire from executive Brevet major general ii w. Paymaster general of the United slates army. Disobedience to or indifference to which is the same was the cause of the president s action. T 10 clap trap cry was in stantly set up by Brice and his Cla a Scuri s that was known to lie a Friend of hence was disliked by that was whether Truo or not the very first Olli Cial act of presi Dent Grant was to reinstate Brice As paymaster general at the Lead of the pay department. We Are now told by president Grant s principal Organ in new that Hodge s Deal cation is manifestly the result of the carelessness of the chief of his depart t at his sex animation of Hodge s As required by the Law and regulations or the was omitted because of and from the vicious system which has prevailed in the pay Whoso chief by his habits incapacitated for doing and who lends an easy Faith to to neglects Tho affairs of his own drunk Knoess in i Igei places. This is Strong testimony against but what else can be expected of an army of incr but Ity for doing who is in Tho daily habit of associating with the i Lief executive of the whose Loose have become More than Brico s Ever were. The president should not set bad examples. A Reform is required in of incr channels besides the one which just new seems to attract the attention of certain moral the press and City authorities. Lot the truly moral people of the District revive the was incr ionian movement in and Appeal o the Heads of Tho departments to Siun the total abstinence pledge mid Stop and g i Unk. Goo s b hit the Secretary of the tre Nsairy. Is the Only one of the Cabinet ministers surrounding president Grant who gets up every with a Clear head for business. To never uses intoxicating let him As he an and Dio Stothe House of re Rosenta lives upon Tho duty of men holding High and responsible positions of Trust confided to them the poo pie. Let him illustrate the Power f and Appeal to l. S. Grant to abandon his Loose habits and sign the and Ihen he can consistently exact of such a Man solid piety and alte lion to Busi Ness. He cannot do ii ii in. Let or. Boutwell Appeal to his brother Cabinet ministers to Aba Don the habit of bacchanalian feasts now prevailing to an alarm ing extent in the and then they can consistently require habits of sobriety and attention to Iasi no is from their a Mav do As a private to has not always the right to do after he accepts a Orcsi Jonesiii e Agency and Trust from the people an Alau mix state of affairs. Dissipation among government officers is the greatest exiling Dan Ger to this Republic. Let Muiir chief officials at and those who should now begin a social Reform among and they will at once remove Seri ions causes of disruption Ami corruption of every and will practically Rol Uio the stories that Are thing through the nation of the disgraceful condition of some High executive of some sen or of this or that represents Ono or All of whom Are per haps reported As disgracefully drunk and vulgar and blasphemous on Public occasions. Drunkenness and licentiousness in Washington Are not to be Stop Ped by closing tip houses of ill Fame. The evil exists under roofs in Washington elsewhere those referred to. Society in Wash especially when Congress is in is a Loose drunkenness and licentiousness permeates it As water educates Sand or the Pernu Nti a Glass. It in the Ilia i rent bureaus of the introduced by Cabinet senators Ami rear Rilious to Mack Turtil him is a bad woman. Lie knows that she is associated with a Man who to lie Lur who is of Bolongna to of counterfeiters. To insists that she and her lady who a shall occupy a to Nion resp Rita Limo women in the currency print ing Bureau of the Treasury de. Where opportune Aio these two lady companions of the suspected coup Teri Eicr to pursue their criminal professions. I am illustrating my Point by real Case i am not supposing nor drawing upon my imagination. This wag not All that the frightened senator did. He demanded that the Man himself who had received his 81000 hush Money should be appointed in the Interior depart ment he was told by the acting head of that department that the Man was a that he had a bad reputation at and was suspected of belonging to a gang of counterfeiters in the United a appointed to of fice. It made no difference. The sen Ator saw near him the Glare of the and Felt his Sha p claws in his for to trembled with fear when he heard the Secretary s words. Responded the senator. What you say is he will make a Good detective in the pension Bureau. Appoint him. Set a thief to catch a a senator and a creature of the Senate obeyed. The suspected counterfeiter was recently complaint being made by another whom to had Aiso attempted to that the fellow was a scoundrel. The acting Secretary i think he and told senator so but he and i yielded. If you demand i will remove the Secretary said after Izard that he had removed him that he had pursued his senatorial victim and insisted upon being and the belief is that lie is Nosir in the employ of the if not in the Samo probably a some other Bureau. Total ska Zoulal depravity. The same senator has paid out to these counterfeiters Anil Paramour about 86000 hush besides keeping them in snug places in government where they can spy and Post up their outside confederates. This senator cannot he benefited much Reform which i have because he is Al Rejda a Pioneer in the movement. He a pious Temperance Chor tar. He has a great Deal to say about virtue and against corrupt but he is probably the great est legislative thief in the United slates Senate. He is Only. There Are others. Neither of these to whom i have can he reached by breaking up cer Tain houses in this Metropolis. Hey do not live in such places. They Are too if a would Sunroof All the houses in when the entire government is some morning before its electric Light would astound the nation. Suicide and life in the l in Ted states circuit at for some Days a suit has been going on to recover from a life insurance of the a Raoult of a policy on the life of Sheridan the suit being brought by his widow. Gay shot himself on a railway in in dying from the effects of the wound. The do the life insurance on their Side alleged that he deliberated suicide in consequence of extensive Deal cations in and that As the policy exempted the plaintiff could not recover. The the suicide s in a plea that her husband was in and presented a number of witnesses who testified to his pre Vious condition. The arguments were made by the leading Hartford and the jury brought in verdict awarding the widow tin full amount of the with interest in the sum of 9750 4 additional. Were All Valvassori gave the to spare can you expect a to do Square when he states his terms in or Don t you see the reason Why he care a when he states his Jig the most musical figure must be him Elul the poets sing of. When a pickpocket pulls at your Tell him you have no time olten us jams the wis Dies of the by professor Agassiz is about out from Boston on a Dee sea Survey of the Ocean America. He Lisa at his new unit Pil states coast Surv fitted for the Purpo she will carry a dredging Ratus capable of working at of three thousand and professor intends making it course Between the Eastern America and the deepest part 1 ii c j the Atlantic As far As Cape h j and up the Western coast to dredging All the v a new of animal life f Roan who have to t. L tile o Nua to the disgrace or take the chances Depths. Of being suddenly removed. M a Stout of a j a and Ham isome the parties soap building in the rear of the v pointed by officials approach the House for the acc of senator or representative with Dation of Grant s sore tailed whom they have had with and his other blooded Stock a threat of exposure if he does not got them appointed. The for is u married in goods entertains sumptuously. He cannot afford to be exposed. He knows that the woman Wuo a ranging foundation is of the famous s Sandstone. The Structure Cost one Hundred and fifty Sand and a Propp has yet been made by Cor for that the racial

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