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Alton Review (Newspaper) - June 20, 1884, Alton, Iowa REVIEW VOL. Per SIOUX JUNE 20, 1884. The average ocean steamer burns about 100 tons of coal a day Telegraph wires were recently worked from Chicago to London 7,000 Thirty thousand patents ere issued last year in Great against 20,000 in this Our must bestir The destruction of plover eggs in England to gratify the greed of the poultry dealer and the appetite of tho rich for those dainties has been so great that fears are entertained of tho extinction of the About 250,000 of eggs reach the London markets every The nests are robbed and robbed again until the poor birds are exhausted and ' can lay no GENERAL England and France have come to an agreement in regard to African France is to help England to maintain control in How is France to be paid England is to help France snatch a few more sections of the barbary by keeping its hands off when the snatching is Two highwaymen would be likely to have a falling out between themselves if there were but one victim to bo there are two victims they can get along in by each robbing one of them and not with his robbery of the The general deficiency appropriation which was reported to the house appropriates The provides that fourth-class postmasters shall bo paid the compensation that they received prior to March 3, of last Of the money appropriated for the department of the provides that no part shall be used to pay special counsel The secretary of the treasury is directed at the commencement of each session of congress to report the amount due each whose claim has been allowed in whole or in to tho speaker of the house of who shall lay the same before the house for and hereafter all estimates of appropriations intended for and seeking the action of any of the committees of shall be transmitted to congress through the secretary of the treasury and in no other The isthmuses of the globe have long since received notice to Engineers look upon every remaining neck of land as only affording a fine opportunity for testing thoir The Isthmus of Suez was cut through long the Isthmus of Panama is undergoing the and now an attack is to be made upon the Isthmus of But the supply of isthmuses is growing and the engineering capacity and ambition are turning to peninsulas for the exercise of these A project has been recently launched for ging a canal from tho Atlantic to tho converting Spain and the adjacent portions of France into an It would seem that engineers have laid down a principle that all ends of a continent mistook their vocation when they did not emerge in the shape of Perhaps tho birth of this modern idea is to be attributed to General during the cut a ship canal at Dutch on the James in the face of hostile thus shortening by many miles the navigation of that tortuous stream and conferring a lasting benefit upon all sorts of vosses that ply on its It appears that the position of Congress in relation to the silver question is likely to exert a very substantial influence on tho Latin which will meet about New Year to determine the future policy of the associated France and Italy are disposed to consider the American situation as guaranteeing American support to the status the Union has for some years maintained in and the smaller states will control kd by those two principal Our position is practically more than as wo continue tho coinage of silver while the Latin Union nations have suspended tho coinage and content themselves with merely sustaining the The Union will probably be renewed for Are and there will be no sellers of silver among the associated The stock of silver in Europe is declining while its value is gradually It is possible that if the American Congress had acted on the silver question a cer tain pressure would have been placed on tho monometallic nations in favor of but our favorable attitude certainly gives aid and comfort to bimetallic nations and encourages them to maintain their Henry G. the weather died at Montreal The act forbidding the sale of illustrated papers in Kentucky went into effect The printing house of & of has been closed by the on confessions of judgment aggregating The State bank of West with of closed its doors The is a creditor to the amount of The trial of J. H. Bell Hall and William for killing Farmer McMahon and hia two hired men at Mount was begua Tuesday at 111. The day was taken up in securing a Twenty-four members of the Salvation were arrested at Friday for disturbing the kept in the cooler all and lined Saturday Judge in passing saying tho Salvation Army had become a like all must be The city council at St. Paul decided to allow the burned union depot to be temporarily and President Manuel of the Union Depot announces that passengers and trains will starti from the depot Saturday morning A large force is working to make it temporarily Earl Spencer issued a proclamation Saturday forbidding the Orangemen to hold a demonstration te the Nationalists at No wry Five thousand left Liverpool and determined to hold a meet the proclamation to the contrary It was recently discovered that William I. teller of the First National bank of was a defaulter to the extent of Smith turned over his possessions to the his sister gave up a house she and his bondsmen paid to make good tko Smith then loft for The Louisville and Baltimore clubs played innings in the latter during a recent game the score being tied at four A decision by Umpire Brennan in the tenth inning so enraged the crowd that play was stopped for half an When the game was the mob scaled the fences and the striking bina in the face and knocking him but the players rescued him and escorted him to the been to parliament from Bismarck has proposed that the difficulty batween Servia and Bulgaria be referred to the mediation of Austria and Servia has accepted the The result of the Parliamentary elections in was favorable to the Catholic Church Ugly rumors are afloat concerning the loss of the torpedo between London and Diplomatic relations between Servia and Bulgaria hare been and war is At the Ascot race Tuesday the gold vase was won by Hammond's bay colt St. Manton's bay mare carried Nine days ago the Egyptian rebels massacred the garrison at including the commander and all the European traders who remained the notorious Russian Nihilistic has arrested in and will be surrendered to the Russian The Porte declines to appoint a deler gate to the conference unless the whole Egyptian question is submitted or previously settled between England and The Debates comments on the agitation in England over the Egyptian and declares that the maintenance or rupture of relations between France and England are at In the House of Commons Tuesday Lord Under Foreign stated that representations touching the duty of friendly powers regarding dynamiters had been addressed to the government at Washing in the Thunderbolt range in Nevada have deluged the country and washed out miles of Central Pacific Fire on the steamer Ville at Point destroyed 20,000 bags of The loss is 300,000 'The barn of Henry near burned on tho 11th, together with worth of blooded Two men wore drowned in White Bear on One was Charles of St. asd the other's name is not The schooner Fanny Fern was run down off Saturday morning by an outward-bound and feur of the crew were A fire at St. on the the 11th, entirely destroyed the great Union into which all the railways reaching the city The loss is reported at but the amount of the insurance is not Afire at on the 11th destroyed Pinder & Winchesters tan nery and currying one of the largest in the The loss is given at only partly A kerosene lamp explosion fired the building at New York occupied by Ogilvie & Street & the New York Weekly and G. W. the flames spreading so rapidly that ths occupants barely and causing a loss of While workmen were engaged upon a gas main at which had been let on to test the became ignited by a lamp and blazed severely burning six two Points in the Allegheny valley were visited by a terrible rainstorm the creeks swelling and carrying off lumber and small A number of families were compelled to quit their homes as a measure of At on the ferryboat broke loose while crossing the went over Thompson's Falls with thirteen men and as many pack on All were The names of the men are as all were strangers on their way to the new Couer D'Alene A fire at Saturday destroyed twelve buildings in the business entailing a loss of Tho principal losers are Sutherland furniture no Antoine general no M. B. insurance Peter insurance Dunk & insurance Kroner & general insurance Sheets of water from the clouds poured down upon Monday for three the creek swelling to great proportions and rushing in different through the sweeping everything before The people fled in In some places the seething waters made gullies twenty-five feet and the total Iobs will reach While tho storm was in progress wind wrecked killing and family and injuring Bella At George a hotel disemboweled by a drunken negro whom he had ordered off the Tho negro will probably be Near cars of a Washington and Baltimore train were wrecked by a rail having been A necro name A William Scott has been IN a difficulty at New between Mayor Reeves and a desperado named Lloyd in which five the latter was mortally Sixteen tramps vacated a freight train at early Friday after selling several new rings and filled up with Iu the afternoon two of them engaged in a fight with a railroad man at the and one was and taken bifore Justice who gave him and bra crowd one hour to get wut of The mob left during the A young man named living at Tisch in Kewaunee 111,, remained at a dance until 3 o'clock Friday and then went into his shop and hanged He was discovered almost but no attempt was made to cut him down until eleven when a jury was summoned to hold an A verdict of suicide was FROM THE London dispatches state that the reports of the massacre at Berber are The Frenoh of the interior has issued a decree forbidding bull Justin McCarthy's The house of representatives Tuesday adopted a concurrent resolution providing for the adjournment of Congress June 30. The house has passed a resolution reported by the committee on ways and means for an adjournment on the 30th of The friends of the Sioux Indian reservation hoped to have it taken up but the temper of the house was such that it could not have and chances now seem to feo that it can not pass this The Commissioner of Agriculture has appointed Professor of as agent of the department under the to look after the condition of cattle in and to keep a supervisory eye upon the workings of the Bureau of Animal Industry created by the When the clause in the River and Harbor providing for the construction of the Hennepin Canal was reached in the various points of order were raised against it for the purpose of eliminating it from the but the speaker overruled them The house the sections of the River and Harbor appropriating for the mouth of the the Fox and Wisconsin for the St. Croix river below Taylor's for improving the Illinois and for the Calumet The record of the Swaim court of which was laid before the president sets forth that the evidence discloses series of transactions discreditable to any officer of tha Tho president has decided to order a court-martial for the trial of Brigadier General The returns of cotton-planting made to the department of agriculture indicate the tendency to increase of area was checked somewhat in tho southwest by rain and in Tennessee by low temperature tha planting Replanting was still in progress to some extent on June 1. Even in low the apparent increase is about 4 per cent. The House Committee on Appropriations has agreed to amend the general Deficiency when it comes up for consideration sa as to prohibit representatives and delegates to sitting or or any government contractor or other person who receives money from the United States making contributions of money or other directly or to be used for political The penalty is a fine of or imprisonment not exceeding three or It appears that the estate of Col. the man who murdered his Germany not long had 000 in bonds in the safe of Middleton & the bankers who recently failed and Col. W. of has brought criminal proceedings against the who are accused of having misappropriated It is said there is no law in the District of Columbia to punish such The same bankers misappropriated to a widow of this city who left it with them for an investment in her It has been reported for several weeks that Secretary under consideration the policy of acquiring certain concessions from Nicaragua for the construction of a navigable waterway across that country from Ocean to and the matter had been the subject of discussion between himself and the President and other members of the It is understood the subject has recently taken definite and the requiring a Bum of money estimated at for the purpose of carrying his views recently communicated with the committee of the Senate on the The matter was under consideration by the Senate in but no conclusion was The president sent to the senate a message suggesting the propriety of congress appropriating for the purpose of making a complete and selection of exhibitions on behalf of the government for the New Orleans It was referred to the committee on The president and benefits of the New exhibition are continental in their Standing at threshold almost of the unopened markets of Spanish and Portuguese New Orleans is the natural gateway to their trade and the exhibition offers to the people of Mexico and Central and South America adequate knowledge of our farming mental cotton and woolen and | like in respect to which those countries are either deficient or supplied to a limited The breaking down of the barriers which still separate us from the republics of whose productions so entirely complement our will aid greatly in removing disparity of commercial intercourse under which less than 10 per of our exports goes to American I trust congress will realize tho urgency of this recommendation and make its appropriation immediately available the board may lose no time in undertaking the extensive preparations necessary to spread more intimate knowledge of our governmental institutions and national resources among the people of our and neighboring states in a way to command the respect duo it in the family of June 9. senate insisted upon its amendment to the labor statistics and appointed a committee of Sen. Vance submitted the of the minority of the committee on privileges and regarding the Danville Sen. from the committee on reported the consular and diplomatic appropriation with republican side of the house was reinforced this morning by the return of a number of from the Chicago Bills were introduced and to amend the act authorizing tho formation of a national banking It provides that in all at law or in equity now or hereafter brought to enforce the liability of the shareholders in the national banking associations for contracts and debts and engagements of such association to the extent of the of their stock therein at par value thereof in accordance with the provisions of the revised the shareholders shall have a right to set up in defense thereof an equitable discharge of that liability by a voluntary payment made before the assessment is levied upon the stock by comptrollers of currency to enforce said liability or any other equitable defense which said stock holders may have to such to repeal all internal revenue taxes on The house went into committee of the with Wellborn in the on the river and harbor At the evening session of the house numerous amendments increasing the appropriation for various improvements of rivers and harbors were offered and voted After completing the consideration of six of the 47 pages of the the committee rose and the house June 10. large number of petitions was presented opposing the government Sen. Logan presented as a memorial the resolutions of a recently hold m Cincinnati of tho sailors and who served in the war of the expressing the conviction that they are entitled to a quarter section of laud to each Referred to committee on public Tho pension was displaced by the regular order of the Utah hill which was informally laid aside to admit of the consideration of the consular and diplomatic appropriation Sen. Allison explained that the amendments proposed by the senate committee on appropriations to tho as it came from the The house had appropriated less than the appropriation of last The was by and the amendments proposed by senate committee were agreed with only the interposition of an occasional inquiry and except as to the provisions of tho appropriation of to meet the expenses attendant upon execution of the neutrality The senate then went into secret session and when tho doors reopened chairman of the committee en ways and means reported the current resolution providing for the final adjournment of congress June 80th. Adopted without Mr. from tho committee on public reported a hill forfeiting apart of certain lands granted Iowa to aid in the construction of railroads in that Tho special order being the for the forfeiture of tho New Baton Rouge and Vicksburg land it was postponed until The house then went into committee of the Welburn in the chair on the river and harbor appropriation Numerous amendments were offered but were voted On motion of Mr. Hal man tho clauso making an appropriation for the improvement of Little Kanawha river was stricken from the and without further action the committee The senate amendments to tho District of Columbia appropriation were in. June 12. Mexican pension was taken up and after a lengthy without reacting any the senate went into executive and when the doors river and harbor appropriation being under consideration in committee of the the appropriation for an ice harbor on Muskingum river was increased from to The committee rose and reported the to the Mr. Oates moved to strike out the He canal Mr. Willis said upon consultation with all the members of the committee on river and except and at their instance he had determined to allow a separate vote on the canal Mr. expressed surprise at the course pursued hy Mr. For one he had not consented that that course should bo Mr. Murphy said that as another member of the same he had not been The motion to strike out was agreed 146, nays 121. Mr. Murphy then moved to lay the and the pending amendments on the The motion was 97, nays 256. The house then passed the river and harbor 157, nays 104. June 13. caucus of republican senators was held upon the Mexican pension at which barely a quorum was After some the subject was referred to caucus committee to formulate a course of The treaty which has been under consideration in the senate by tho committee on foreign providing for an international copyright and patent and which has already been ratified and promulgated by twenty-four was reported adversely by the committee to the and after a brief house public lands committee agreed to report favorably the requiring the general to pav to tho state of California for school purposes five per cent of the net proceeds of all public lands sold within her boundaries since the state's Tho amount proposed in the payment is estimated at one million TILDEN The Election of The electoral votes for president and vice president were counted in the hall of the on the 13th of 1861. The senators went there in headed by tho vice advanced up tho middle and took in tho area in front of the speaker's Vice President Breckinridge took the chair of tho while the latter sat at his right The tellers took position at the clerk's Senator Trumbull of Representative Phelps of and of Illinois were the on their right was the clerk of the Mr. and oil the left Mr. of the The vice president said according to the both house of congress had assembled in order that the votes might be counted and declared for president and vice president of tho United who were take their scats on the termination of the present the 4th of 1861. It was his duty to open the electoral and he now perform that h votes were accordingly opened by and the separate vole of Gach state was announced by the When the name of S Carolina was called a suppressed laugh was heard from all parts of the Vice President Breckinridge then announced tho whole vote to For Lincoln and 180 for Breckinridge and 72 for Bell and 39 for Douglas and 12 He therefore declared Abraham of and Hannibal of to be duly elected president and vice president of the United There was no demonstration of any kind on the floor of tho house or in the The senate then retired and the house alas a Of which ho or she can truthfully was out of are some human whose digestive powers seem alcin to those of tho Yet it may well be if eveu they have not felt a dyspeptic qualm at some time or Thousands tho chronic victims of although tho inherent weakness of their stomachs aa insuperable obstacle to eventually regained complete digestion by tho use of Hostetter's Stomach foremost 01 American tonics and The tone and activity of tho liver and bowels uro likewise increased by this highly accredited the purity and of long since won for it a popularity which time lias only served to up with tho a no longer may bid defiance to malaria and resist other causes of ill The and persons Buffering from inactivity of the kidneys and find It a genuine source of relief Important New York what is a is what base-ball players my know but isn't there another there's a bird called a know but isn't there another I guess why do you I heard Uncle John tell mamma that ho went on a frightful bat last Papa said bat made up his mind to give Uncle John a laying out next time ho saw 185 Years Messrs. Francis Newbery & established for 125 As a testimonial from one of the oldest in Great respecting your household will no doubt be of interest to we aro pleased to make the statement that we have sold St. Jocobs Oil with satisfaction to the for everal and that owing to the extraordinary merits of the the demand is continually and that wo have heard of many favorable reports regarding its great virtue as a He Announces His Inflexible Purpose Not to be a New June 11.-The following communication from SamT J. has been given the associated New June 10, 1884. Daniel Chairman of the Democratic State Committee New In my letter of 18, 1880, addressed to the delegates from tho state of New York to tho democratic national I Having now borne faithfully my share of thi labor and cara in the public and wearing tho marks of its I desire nothing so much as an honorable I wish to lay down the honors and toils of even quasi party leadership and te seek the repose of private In renouncing the nomination for the presidency with no doubt In my mind as to the vote of the state of Now York or of the United but because I believe that it is a renunciation of a reelection to the To those who think my and re-election to an effectual vindication of the right of the people to elect thoir violated in my I have accorded as long a reserve of my decision as but I cannot overcome my repugnance to outer Into a now engagement which involves four years of ceaseless The dignity ef Ihe presidential office is a merely personal ambition but it creates In me no Its value is as a great power fur good to the I said four yeai s ago in accepting the nomination as I from fresh how great the difference 1b between gliding through an official routine and working out a reform of systems and it Is impossible for me to contemplate what to be done in tho federal administration without an anxious sense of tho of the If summoned by the suffrages of my countrymen to attempt this work I nhall endeavor with God's help to bo the efficient instrument of their Such u work of renovation after many of such a reform of systems and to which I v. ould nave sacrificed all that remained to me of health and is I beyond My purpose to withdraw from further public and the grounds of were at that time well known to you and and when at though respecting my wishes you communicated to me an appeal from many valued friends to relinquish that I reiterated my determination In the four years which have nothing has occurred to weaken but everything to strengthen the considerations which induced my withdrawal if rom public To all who have addressed me on the my intention bos been frankly Several my most confidential friends under the sanction or their names have stated my determination to bo That I have occasion now to consider tho question Is an event for which I have no The appeal made to me by the democratic masses with apparent unanimity to servo them once more is entitled to the most deferential consideration would inspire a disposition to do anything desired of me if it were consistent with my judgment of I believe that thero Is no In in human society so potential in its Influence upon mankind for good or evil as tho governmental machinery for administering justice nnd for making and executing Not nil the eleemosynary Institutions of private benevolence to which philanthropists may devote their lives are so fruitful In benefits as the rescue and preservation of this machinery from the perversions that make it the Instrument of fraud and crime against the most sacred rights and Interests of tho For years as a private never contemplating an official career I have devoted at feast as much thought and effort to the duty of Influencing aright the action of tho governmental institutions of my as to all I have never accepted official service except for a brief period for a special and only when the occasion seemed to require from me that sacrifice of private preferences to the public I undertook tho state administration of New because it was supposed that in that way only could the executive power bo arrayed on the side of the reforms to as a private 1 had given three years of my I accepted tho nomination for tho presidency in 1S70 of the central conviction that niy candidacy would the Issue of reform which the democratic majority of the people desired to have worked out In the federal government as it had been In of the state of New I believed I had strength enough then to vato the administration of the of the United and at the close of my term to over the great trust to a successor faithful to tho same Though anxious to tho repose of private I nevertheless acted upon tho idea that overy power is a trust and Involves a In reply to the address ef the communicating my I depicted the difficulties of tho undertaking and likened my feelings in In It te those of a soldier entering but I did not withhold the entire consecration of my to the public years of continuous maladministration under the demoralizing Influences of intestine war and bad have infested the whole governmental system of the United with the growth of falso construction and corrupt Powerful classes have pecuniary Interests In official and the moral standards of tho people have been impaired To these evils is a work of great difficulty and an d cannot be accomplished without the most energetic and efficient personal action on the part of the chief executive of tho The canvass and administration which it is desired that I should would embrace a period of nearly five nor can I admit any illusion esto their Three years of experience In the endeavor to reform the municipal of the city of New and two yoars of In renovating the administration of the state of New York have made me familiar with the requirements of such a At the present time the considerations which Induced mv in In 1880 have become I ought not to a tank which I have not tho physical strength to tarry To reform the administration of the federal my own ideal and to just expectation of tho would Indeed as could alono the sacrifices which tho undertaking would But In my condition of advancing years end declining I feel of my ability to accomplish those 1 constrained to say definitely that I cannot now assume the labors of an or of a Undervaluing In no that beet gift of the occasion and the power some times bestowed a mere Individual to communicate an impulse ul beyond a 1 words to my follow countrymen who would assign such a beneficent to I am consoled by tho reflection that neither democratic nor tho republic for whoso futuro that party is tho best is now or even can bo dependent upon one man for their successful progress in the path of a noble given to their welfare whatever of health and strength I pust or could borrow from tho futuro and hav ing reached the term of my capacity for such la bors as thoir welfare now I but tho will of God In deeming my public Samuel J. mers on liis he works ly and unsparingly for its He has repeatedly declared that the woes of the sit heaviest on his and that if ho could but do something to better the lot of his poorer subjects he would deem that the chse of his reign had been richly The Emperor William has called a prince of He had done all he could to appease and remove the causes of popular i tent in his own and even his foes will not deny that he is keeper of About sixteen years ago in the course of a hot discussion in the North German Parliament on the naval Count von Moltke said that there was only onn possible way of converting the money spent in the service of war to the interests of and that was formation in the heart Europe of a power without being aggressive should yet be strong enough to forbid its neighbors from waging This wonderful prophecy has now been and German Emperor is the instrument of its The Garman army is the force of and yet Europe is content to profit by its passive services without much of But what Europe fails to express the German people themselves most warmly No sovereign was ever more popular with his subject than is the octogenarian Berlin is a cold and but when the Emperor drives through its streets the universal veneration of which he is the object lends them an Oriental air of Lazy Life In Thomas of home on leave from Rio J have a way of thinking that a foreign mission is paradise on a small They ought to try it for a Tho salary of a year looks handsome but the indo lonco you have to stand is worth the That's a very tame life in I'd rather live one day in Now York than a month in thero isn't much style but if a fellow is anybody at all in Rio he must have his town house and his county house at in tho and between tho two establishments he can't save enough to buy many national Tho principal thing thero is tho coffee and it is a constant source of disgust to see how the United States is frittering away her opportunities to exchange merchandise with Brazil and the other South American We might as well have the lion's share of that valuable but wo kindly allow it to be monopolized by the and and each year we have to go down in our pockets for nearly to square up the balance duo on our commercial THE ENGLISH Some Interesting Features of the Recent From recent observation I have concluded that the seismic vertical was at or near Dr. Green's close the strood or causeway which the mainland of Essex vmh Mersea The house was built in 1860, and is therefore I may here observe that the cottages were not so much affected as tho more ancient The of the latter were invariably or former seldom so. I was much surprised at The first thought naturally wap that these houses would be shaken down like a pack of Is it that their very looseness of structure is in their as compared with the cottages of two hundred and three hundred years I have somewhere seen that in centers the houses most secure from destruction are the low One can weak plainly on this as no premium is required to encourage the development of Dr. Green's house is literally split and in all aid and cracks are the most vertical of any to be Tho entire building was twisted on its At the southwest corner this is visible to the amount of about one inch and a Dr. Green informed me he was lifted as if from and shot violently A friend of mine remarked that the railway cutting at Wivenhoe appeared to have broken the continuity of the for the houses contiguous to it are com A noteworthy fact in connection with the recent to which I can personally and which appears to be the general experience of all the most trustworthy observers I have come is that the sounds of noises preceded tho oscillations for an appreciable period of Mallet's experiments showed that the shock of explosion traveled through wet at the rate of 951 feet per In we are situated chiefly on drift sands and London and allowing that the earthquake shock traveled through these strata at a more rapid rate it is not likely to have been much more As sound travels at the rate of 1,118 feet per it is very probable that the accompanying the earth movements preceded the Mr. the well-known at tells me ha was standing at the time the earthquake occurred in the and his first was that a now yacht he was looking at was keeling and he called out to his workmen in the shop close Then followed the of the tall chimney and the rending of the Tho workshop was an upper with windows on each and as ho stood in the yard Mr. Wilkins says the waves were such that ho was unable to look right through these so as to see the falling chimneys of the buildings on the other He calculates that there must have been a rise and Call of tho ground of two feet nine inches to havs enabled him to do The Kaiser's The German Emperor looks upon himself as the first servant of the and even with 87 Worse than dynamite explosions over in said the sleeping car me of an old woman and her jug of She got on at a small station out beyond carrying a gallon jug in her which she told me contained a fine quality of It was well corked and and the old lady carried it to her berth with taking as much care of it as if it bad been a An hour or so when everybody was there was the most tremendous explosion ever heard in a and all tho neighbors of tho had a of the frothy stuff from the shattered It was and they thought tney were with their own Such screaming you never and the old woman herself was the most of the The shaking of the car had made the yeast livelier than and an extra heavy lurch had set it off. The clothes of four sections had to be
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