Cumberland Weekly Civilian in Cumberland, Maryland
24 Apr 1891

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24 Apr 1891

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Cumberland Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - April 24, 1891, Cumberland, Maryland Taken to Wheeling. I la remains of Captain Neill Woodrow Olio died in Washington saturday lust were taken to Wheeling w. Va., for interment monday. Cumberland s official copulation. The census bulletin an Advance pub lie ii Ion of which has just been issued gives the Urban population in 1880 of Fiti a containing 8,000 inhabitants or More. The population of Cumberland is Given As follows 31890, 12,729 is so 10,083 increase 9,000 per cent. Of increase 19.04, Neath of in old lady. Mrs Al Alietti Davis died at her residence no. Iso North Centre Street Friday morning at 0 90 of clock alter in protracted illness from dropsy. Deceased was Iii the 70tli year of Lier age. The funeral took place from the reside ice at i o clock saturday afternoon. Hew Richard Norrie Otic Outing. 0. B to Flection of officers. At a meeting of o. It. T. Division no. 162, Beld saturday night in in. Of in. Hall following officers were elected to serve for ensuing term of months j. Lee French chief telegraphed la. Cd me Imus. Assistant chief telegraphed a ii. Deneen senior telegraphed la. F. F. , Junior telegraphed Wil Lian Fisher inside Sentinel ii. 1\ Undy outside Sentinel i. Ii. Norton past chief telegraphed w. G. Morris Secretary and treasurer. Do Flat Piney Grove. Lorena ii. Powell daughter of Benjamin and Susan Powell died at the residence of or. Full. Lauderbaugh Piney Grove md., wednesday april 8, aged to years. Miss Powell a parents live in Romney w. Va., but she Lias been residing in Maryland for quite a while. Her death caused by heart trouble was sudden and unexpected. The deceased leaves Many friends to mourn her loss the remains were interred in the Piney Grove cemetery Friday april petition forwarded. The petition for the establishment of Adown town office of the Western i Ilion Telegraph company has been sighed by 9? prominent business and professional men and was forwarded to the Telegraph Compaq saturday. There can be no doubt of the need for such a convenience to the patrons of the company and the Public generally the present office Iii the leu eco City hotel does not suit the convenience of the people in the business portion of the City and their petition should have the prompt consideration and favourable action of the company. Another Are Light for Street. Baltimore col. Henry Kyi Douglas after mature consideration accepts tile judgeship of the fourth judicial District of Maryland a Brief sketch of his Cartier. A Short time ago gov. Jackson tendered to col. Ii. Ivy Douglas of Hagerstown the office of associate judge of the fourth judicial District of Maryland made vacant by the death of judge Andrew k Syester. As the office was entirely unsought by col. Douglas it became a matter of serious consideration with him whether he would accept or not although urged to do so by Many members of the bar throughout the District and by friends generally. The news of Friday was the first paper Iii the state to confidently announce that col. Douglas would accept the office. He has now formerly announced his acceptance and will qualify at once. Among the members of the bar Here the Ai Iouin meat was received with general satisfy lion a it doubtless will he among the members of the bar in the othe. Emetic composing tile dist riot \ i a Al i look ills it Kail col. In ii \ l Vit Douglas was born at shop ii Rolo. Ii by. Va., and is the son of h a Robert Douglas lie received Iii education Al the Franklin Marsh lilt pc. Pennsylvania graduating in is it after which he took up the study of i,.vv a the Law school of judge Broil. It r 1 a hat Lexington va., gradual in in Quot Bio. He continued his studio u a it Quot a i c instruction of judge Cise i admitted to the Barat Barit a n a. A. Before lie entered upon i u ice of his profession however t in civil a a broke out and he entered t a a moderate army As a private enlisting at harpers ferry in the Shepherdstown Compa t v of the second Virginia infantry a a he Rose rapidly through the grades of non commissioned officer lieutenant i and Captain of the same company. Sub i sequent lie a promoted to adjutant 1 and inspector general of the a a Stone Wall brigade from which he was transferred to a Post tas aide de Camp on Gen. Jackson a staff and was afterwards 3 made assistant inspector general of Gen.1 Jackson a corps occasionally acting in the capacity of adjutant general. After the death of Gen. Jackson he served As adjutant general to major Gens. Edward j min son John la. Gordon Jubal a. Early and others commanding the a Stonewall division and Jackson a corps. Ile was made colonel of the 13th triple shooting at Oldtown. Garrett Luteman murders William , mortally won mis win. War held Carder shoots himself Abd then a hts his own Throat a monstrous crime. At to of clock monday morning the civilian received information of a tragedy at Oldtown the details of Whit h makes it the most horrible crime Ever committed in Allegany county. A Civ Iliad representative was dispatched to the scene of t he tray Edy. Arriving at Green Spring it mites from Hie City he had but a half mile to reach Oldtown situated along the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal. Oldtown is As its name implies the oldest settlement in the county. Log Cabins erected in Pioneer Days still remind one of the Antiquity of the place and the lonely hollow that must have been the scenes of activity during the Days of the Prosperity of the canal afforded a striking contrast to towns of modern build where crime is More general by reason of the assimilation of a homogeneous people of different temperaments opposite mental and physical traits and the Many temptations augmented by the progressive spirit of the age which Lead to Hasty action provoked by the innumerable social and financial problems that arise Iii the affaire of human life. Here with the a old ditch no longer in operation Anil the intense dullness of the place makes it almost incredible that a Man with the belief that he was being imposed upon by others would without any Effort at concealment Advance with a pistol in hand shoot one Man. Who died instantly then go to another part of till building tire a Bullet into the breast of another Man and with wonderful tact tire two balls into his own head to end the fearful crime of a few minutes. Yet that is i what transpired. So sex a it a tue thao Khy. Along the canal is the two Story building in which John we a Arder has a general store. Garrett Luteman a Young Man about 23 years of age was employed by Arder nearly three years. Luteman was popu Lar As a Salesman and had Many friends. Associated with him in the store were t William Warfield Arder a son of the proprietor anti William Foley who had been a clerk for sixteen years which position he relinquished last saturday to take charge of his lumber business which had Bright prospects by reason of the pistol wounds of Luteman Are not thought fatal but the Gash Iii his neck is liable to cause hath at any moment. He Mist la we Hen insane. Lilt emails statement to the doctor is not credited by people of the Village who Are of tile opinion that Luteman was insane. For the last month lie Lias been unwell Aud upon one occasion he complained to his Mot her about a pain in ids head and she gave him laudanum to apply to his head to ease the pain and he drank the Poison instead of doing what was expected. Then is general sympathy expressed for Luteman who the i opt stall Only their belief t hat his insanity could have been the Only cause for hit act. Foley was a Large and handsome Man 51 years of age. A wife and eleven children survive. A Arder is 28 years of age anti is unmarried. V coroners inquest Kras held and the jury returned a verdict that vim. Foley came to his death from a pistol shot tired by the hands of Garrett Luteman. The funeral of Foley will take place at 3 of clock this afternoon. Up to the hour of going to press Cartier and Luteman Are still alive. Exit it Kwh hot in the City. The report of the triple shooting created intense excitement in this City and i Many expressions of regret were heard that the county free from crime should All of n and de ii he the scene of a murder of Lonaconing and Oldtown which surpass in enmity Ami barbarity any crimes la the annals of the county. Sheriff Walker and Deputy Anthony were at Oldtown anti had Garrett lineman placed under arrest his condition is such that removal of the person i impossible and his chances for recovery Art slim indeed. Constable Harry Button is now Iii charge of the premises. Tie act of a Coward. Deadly blow inflicted upon the head of John Schaidt. Ami 49th \ Irgin regiments consolidate the revival and rebuilding of the canal. Cd. And was assigned to the command of j Zuleman. Who Ingi us that the prelim Light brigade previously command Praetor of the store was taking Steps to the West Virginia Central railway company have placed orders for the erection of a 2000 Candle Power electric ii. Lit at Central station at the Railroad crowing on Baltimore Street. The ii jul to is intended not Only to illuminate the depot but for the Street also. The West \ Irginia Central Railroad company at All tunes tries to serve the interests of the Public and this is another testimonial to their Enterprise Aud accommodation to the Public a new Bridge. The special committee appointed at the Cit Council meeting held Friday afternoon to investigate the condition of Baltimore Street Bridge have decided to report to the coptic ii recommending the construction of a new Bridge. The committee called upon the Cottony commissioners who were in session saturday to procure the co operation Ami assist Ance of the latter from Horn assurances of support Wirt Given. The committee will recommend construction of air ornamental Bridge which will also be durable orphan a court. At the session of the orphans court Friday there were present judges Conidia Johnson and Wilson and a. In Dow Lien Register. The Iasi will Ami testament of Sylvester matting., late of Allegany county deceased admitted to probate and record. Letters testamentary were granted to Alexander Mattingly Ami Romanus matting on estate of Sylvester Mattingly late of Allegany county de ceased. Bassi Browning administrator of George la. Davis deceased filed a list of sales of the personal property of said deceased 8arah Viiginia Mcculloh administer matrix . Of Worthington Mcculloh tiled an inventory of the goods Ami chattels of said deceased death of Lye to rim w. Boor. At of to o clock saturday morning Lycurgus . Boor died at his new rest. Lie Nee on the Baltimore Pike about four Miles from the City after a Short illness from typhoid fever. Or. Boor was Well and favourably known As an intelligent Aud industrious Farmer. On Christmas he w As married to a daughter of George . A Lawsom a highly respected citizen of the county. Or. Boor was in tile thirtieth year of his age Aud his untimely death is a severe blow to his Young widow. The funeral took place monday morning at la o clock. Rev. J. K. Moffatt officiating. The interment was in Rose Hiu cemetery. A Young lady terribly burned. Anna Bell the 16-year-old daughter of Enoch of Neill who resides at the canal lock was seriously burned monday afternoon at 3 3 1 of clock. She was trying it re kindle Hie smouldering tire in the Kilt Hen stove by putting a handful of shavings in the stove in w hich there was More tire than she anticipated. Without covering the lire with the lit she leaned Over the stove anti her dress assailed at the Waist her wrapper burned rapidly from the Waist to the neck her body anti arms were terribly burned Ami her Mother in endeavouring to extinguish the Humes hat her hands so Hall burned that she will by unable to use them for several weeks. The Young adv is in a precarious condition. Or. was summoned and gave what Miff is possible. De Ivy Lien. Early and Fen. A. I Hill. While in command of this brigade he assisted in the assault on the Federal lines at Petersburg. Col. Douglass was in Many other engagements and during the War was wounded hues once very seriously at Gettysburg. At the close of the War he began the practice of Law at Winchester a and in 1868 removed to Hagerstown where he has conducted a successful Law practice Ever since. Col. Douglas was a Meinn a of gov. Carrolls staff anti during the strike on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1877 was placed in command of the department of Western Maryland with beat haters in this City upon the organization of the Hagerstown Light infantry in 18h he was unanimously elected Captain and in 1svil was appointed lieutenant colonel of the first Maryland infantry. At the Yorktown Centennial he was in command of the first regiment and w a one of the three Bela officers of the Day for the Encampment appointed by general Hancock. Since the War col. Douglas has devoted himself to the practice of his profession occasionally contributing articles to the press chiefly of military sketches and reviews. He has also delivered a number of lectures and addresses and has taken the stump As a democratic speaker in every Campaign for president Ami governor since lie has been a resident of this state lie was a candidate for states senator in 1875 on the ticket with governor Carroll but was Defeated. In 1888 he ran on the presidential ticket with Cleveland Ami Hendricks for Congress but was Defeated by Lewis k. Mccomas. Sudden heaths. Heart disease i by far Lite most frequent Muse id sudden death which in three out id four eases i Liisu Mhz cd. The symptom Are not generally understood these Are a habit of lying to the right Side. Short breath i Xii it or Dis re in Side i tao in or shoulder. Irregular Phil a. Ast Lima. Weak and hungry spell w id in stomach swelling of a Klc or dropsy oppression dry cough and smothering or mile a illustrated Siok heart disease free at w. K. Turners Quot to Tell aint Gnu runt Chr. Miles unequalled new heart Hurt and ins lie punitive Nerv Ine which cures nervousness headache has pleas Ness egret of drinking Etc. It contain no opiate. Went Hini to the Penitentiary which is the Only reason assigned for his subsequent condole took it into Jins head to avenge the wrong which May have Arisen Over some Money matters. William Foley went to the store Early yesterday morning to sell or. Carder some bark then he Foley was about taking his departure from the store when Luteman advanced and said to Foley a i want to see you sometime to Day Michael of Toole does the work with a Stone Aud escapes John Murray arrested As an accomplice and is lodged Iii jail. Lonaconing april 19.�?saturday evening shortly after 7 of clock a tight took place in the Saloon of Frank Boyle u Der the town Hall which will probably cause tile death of one of the Pectal tors. The victim is John Schaidt age 20 years a son of Casper Schaidt an old resident and Well known in Cumberland. The facts of the Case Are As follows i Friday evening William Barclay and Michael of pools had an altercation in which o Toole called Barclay a a liar a friends interfered and a fight Quot As averted. On saturday evening the Young men went in Boyless Saloon and renewed the quarrel. John Murray a brother in Law of of Toole took up the quarrel for of Toole and Henry Ralston became ally of ban Lay. Ralston struck Murray Aud the prospects for a free tight were Bright. During the exit James Lambert it it of Mew Brunswick Sluys a i a in Idle afflicted with Rheum Nuiji to hip Ami legs when i bought a a it Chamita i Aiu Spain Haim it cured me t it ref lays i ant All right today Ami would it Ifni on every one Wilt is afflicted with that Toibio disease to use Liml Terlau s rain hum and get Well at for Sale by Hurvy envy. A barn destroyed by fire a tramp suspected. On saturday the Baru belonging to Oliver i. Hendrickson who Lites near bottle run was destroyed by lire together w till the contents consisting of live toil Quot of Hay a buggy harness Ami one calf. Or. Hendrickson was indisposed on that Day and with his daughter were the Only personal amt the Home on saturday. A tramp w As seen to pass the farm by the daughter who called or. a attention to it and the latter replied that he a supposed he w Ould do no harm and Alana three minutes afterwards the barn was ablaze. Or. Hendrickson was obliged to witness the destruction of his property without being Able to Rescue any of it. There is no insurance on the barn or contents. Death of Archer Scott. At his residence no. 171 Madison Street Archer Scott an old Ami highly respected citizen tiled at 3 of clock sunday afternoon aged 71 years or. N Ott has been in delicate health for several years having been a constant sufferer from asthma. Ile was a bricklayer by Trade Ami aided in the erection of some of the principal buildings in the City. He was Constable for several years Atter his inability to continue work at ids Trade an w is obliged to abandon the office of cot table Oil a Caunt railing health a wife one Soh Grant Ami one daughter miss m Elba survive. Deceased was a member of Logan Council no 74, american legion of Honor of lids City. Tin funeral took place tuesday afternoon at 2 30 o clock from the residence. Manx is Opie Quot to Pride the mod von it their i Hie by m is would be tar Lapper with pure blood Lull while we Callum Ehui a our no Ceston fort Muddy by the use of Ayers Sar Hup Unda we eau transmit pyre blood to our posterity. When the latter replied saying Are not going to quit on my account a whereupon Luteman Drew his revolver Ami tired shooting Foley in the right Side of his Chest and he fell dying almost instantly. With the pistol smoking in his hand Luteman proceeded toward the Emmer where gel Lemur to it who was taken in the Stert to All Tho vacancy caused by Foley a retirement from the business noticing Luctman s murderous look dropped behind the counter Ami escaped through the door into the wardroom. Luteman continued his Progress Tow Ard the end of the store room w Here vim. Ardesd Arder w As changing a $20 Bill for it. N. Rice. Chilom a word Lait limn tired and shot Arder in the Chest. Carder fell Rice being thrown to the floor in the fall. Hen Rice arose Luteman said to him a Elf you done to get out of Here 1 11 shoot you too a Ami Rice made his escape Ami upon making ids exit through the door heard another shot hut could not say at who it was tired supposed it was tired at Carder hut did not take effect. 1.1 the in it tempts to take ills own like. I Luteman then ran out upon the front porch when lie was met by his brother who after a desperate struggle succeeded in taking the weapon front him. Luteman then went behind the counter took a new 32 calibre double action revolver from Tho show Case Aud alter loading it tired two shots into his he atone entering above the right Eye and the i other taking effect Al amt three inches above his left ear. Then with his face covered with blood he ran to his Home around the Road a distance of 400 Yards from the store where he was met by his Mother who asked him a my god Garrett w hat have you done a to which he replied a a god Only know the Mother rail to a neighbor for assistance Lac ter came Ami took Luteman up stairs and Laid him upon a bed in the room. He then went Down stairs for some w Ater to Bathe wounded Many a face i Ami during his absence Luteman advanced to Bureau Ami took from the drawl j a razor with Whit to he slashed his neck severing tile wind pipe Ami destroying the Larynx. When the neighbor returned he found Luteman lying in a Pool of blood Ami w Ith a terrible she a he discovered that Luteman had his own Throat As stated above. Bateman was plated in his bed. People hearing the report of the pistol shots a entered the store and placed Arder upon i lib counter Ami he same w As done will j Foley s lifeless body or. Carr of this City was notified by Telegraph and through the Courtesy Ami kindness of the Ilic it. It. It officials a special in i Gine w As placed at his disposal and he immediately left for Oldtown the Doe i tor entered the store room Ami found that Carder had a Bullet wound in his Chest a Little to the right of the lower breast Bone Aud penetrating the left i lung. The wound is a fatal one and Carder a chances for recovery Are slim i indeed. The doctor also visited lineman who he said was conscious Ami j Strong when the doctor entered Luteman held out his Arn s and laughed. He air i that there had Lien trouble about Money matter with Carder and Foley for some time that last night they had been together fixing up a Plau to do him and he had determined to put an end to it and he went to the store tor that purpose thai he knew he was a goner Aud had died to kill himself to save the others the trouble thai he w As going to die and had nothing to conceal. You lenient Young of Toole left the Saloon for the purpose of procuring a revolver. Lie went Down main Street As far As Pic Horny a furniture store and returned with a Large Rock in his hand he entered the Saloon and threw it with terrific Force at Young Schaidt who was sitting St asleep in a chair. The Rock struck Schaidt on the right Side of the head at the base of the brain crushing the Skull in upon the brain. Ile w As picked up in an unconscious condition Aud was taken into the Home of Hugh Mcneil where lie remained until this morning when he was removed to his Home. A physician was summoned Ami upon examination found the Young Man unconscious Ami his left Side paralysed. Drs. Lamest. Bullock. Win. A Skilling a. S Dorter and e. T. Duke of Lonaconing and Hotchkiss of Barton arc attending the injured Man. Whose condition is precarious. Of Toole and Murray were arrested by Bailiff Barie Robinson and Deputy David l ook who took them before police magistrate Murphy who imposed a Tine of $2.50 Ami costs upon each upon the payment of tines and costs they were released. Constable John Torbet testified that lie saw o Toole enter Hie Saloon with a Rock Iii his hand and almost immediately afterwards heard the scuffling. Witness entered Saloon Iii time to see of Toole and Murray kit King Schaidt while he was lying upon the door at the time o Toole Ami Murray were released Schaidt s condition w As not considered serious. This morning his condition became critical Ami it was deemed advisable to re arrest o Toole and Murray. The latter was found at his Home and was placed in the town lock up. O Toole escaped Ami tile authorities arc now looking for him. The town authorities deemed it advisable to take Murray out of the town. Accordingly he was taken to Piedmont yesterday evening Ami thence to Iii county jail at Cumberland by Constable tor lie it and his Deputy. O sign it mum. Vii of Toole a lat seen in Midland Ami at 6 o clock Iii company with a Young Man named Conner and another Man whose name could not lie Learned he took the Road leading to Yale bum Mil. It it Toole is a Young Man him Jui 25 years of age. Weighs i to pounds has dark hair smooth round face and wore a dark Grey suit of a lollies with ack coat anti a Black Slouch hat. A household remedy for pain for rheumatism neuralgia diphtheria sore Throat Toothache earache inflammations sprains bruises lameness swellings Burns i. In i a a Panacea for external and internal use. Cramps. Colic and att painful affections. Keep it in the House for a time of need. Of you feel no Relief Atter using two thirds the contents of a bottle of this i inn i Cine return the remaining one in to the dealer from whom you is ight it and a will refund the Price paid for the entire bottle. P it ebb m Kine a lightning hot drops is die Hest Medicine for Dirr Lea summer complaints. Ramie and Colic. It can to be heat will relieve in two a a. _. Minutes. Kor children it has no equal for Kin it is price�?~2.v. Per bottle. H for i. Of. The King. Yours s. H. Wilson Stumptown , dealers in Medicine prepared by Herb Medicine co., Weston waa. A sure cure for diarrhoea summer complaint and flux. Dukehart a Export Porter pure and medicinal m. J. Malamphy manager Cumberland my. For dyspeptic invaluable. Made from roasted malt. A cure for indigestion and general appetizer. It is a Kera us a blk scientific and important fact that a i Well brewed Porter is prophetic and remedial. Such is the universally popular Dukehart Porter brewed by thou. M. Duk Khaki. Esq proprietor of the Maryland brewery Otha i two re the Porter of this by Wery stands pre eminent is endorsed by the highest medical authorities Aud said to vie in flavor and medicinal banalities with this Cele rat j Porter of the Dublin and London breweries. In the manufacture of Dukehart a i utter the. Limit is roasted in this state it is a powerful neutralizer in the acid of the atom Ach and a certain corrective and promoter of digestion. For nursing mothers As a blood purifier and tor dyspeptic it is invaluable. As a general appetizer and stomach tonic in systematic debility finely brewed Porter is invaluable in oar climate and undoubtedly t rubes be system against Miasmatic or pestilential attacks. It is undeniable that pure roasted malt liquors Are tonic and invigorating serviceable in cases of debility refreshing and sustaining to the invalid in the sick room Aud that they Are highly nutritive and supporting to the delicate no one will attempt to deny who has the slightest knowledge of their composition. Gilly the most Superior Barley malt and hops Are used selected person ally by or. Dukehart the proprietor of d the entire process of Porte manufacture is supers red Aud directed by him. None genuine w without the Trade Mark. All order promptly tilled. Jew Telephone Calls too. A Hare Chance Reinnie Asfor those who have neglected the Opportunity offered by our great clearance Sale to recoup themselves for their loss. We still have a lot of brie a Brae. Otherwise Odds and ends and broken lots that tire out of season for Trade but just in season to enable us to offer them at prices laughably Low. It will pay you to Hay two suits at our prices if you feed one to Moths to keep them from eating the other. But then you have to Hustle excellence of train. Perfection of water sex is re k now Lodge of 11 Tbs a i it est methods of or Kate move experience abundant capital Complete and expensive equipment Aud High purpose ail these Are used in the making of Harper s Nelson county by. Whisky for Whiteb i have secured the it de Agency w. H. Ash Cumberland my wanted. M ass it a has. L. We ust Khz cd., it i it correspond Ai once with a comp tent who by sold pm it it loped be historic or Insik of the highest Quality preferred. To the right tarty an opt tort u dts i offered to establish am cont my tile mate the Library to american literature Iii a Lichi vet unoccupied. Add t i Williams manage ii Hast Lith si., sew York City in this bout and tilt Man who gets first grip and Best hold is bound to Down the bargains every time. When you read this Don t Stop to get your hat but make a break for George Schwarzenbac j the popular one Price Clothier and men s furnished 134 Balto. St. Cumberland my. Rohrer s roller flour. Warranted strictly pure and made Cimenti Focally. My brands. I Imperial Patent leading r Anchor Mills i my i leading Lilly White brands Money we furnish a or it in sgt it in of my am. It a Intuit t my we Wilt incl Mil. So meting i no i mule or my. A i peril in i mini .411 tenth von Imis. i sex. Imi i i Flunky i. If i. Mill in Iii. Vin any it i of ii he i an i a to #0ii Al ibo a. La # a Pat Al eel 11 a. Al i. it f�i4 furnish Efthi Fyk. 0 a no mme flu Ltd ital Hare Fui ask. A ti., Xiv i Axiak. Ask your grocer for it and take no other. Orders sent to the Naill receive it prompt attention i a i it pm a k 11. Al m9 Commerce Street. Opposite Queen City hotel. Telephone Call 3 Diann 0 Brand. 0, Moinat and on link tar a Al it a. tor a a a 1.011, a my im., �?z1 fir 1 Ftak Tab maund �ra4 in ii re qua a it. Mills i m a n i Al. Nuut i., r kind. Scam Sui and Vul in Lutes tuts fag hmm in. Duns. Run. A a lung of a i Ita. Al of minium or in 1,4 a of Rte a a a ii Iii t Lur Tull Al to mss by re Lara 10.000 f tau huh i Ai a Ai ctr a Odd by Mil Lemml or u a i. It. Chich chemical co madly it

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