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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               .ANT CONS1T VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 189O. PRICK FIVE CENTS. THE CHILL RECEPTION Z, T I i SPEAKER REEDS INFAMY EXPOSED. of nt of th  imitated an y urnalaihended according The speaker stated that be had made Ins rei.1v in an interrogative furii! and thrtt the gentleman from Missouri hj.d acmuesced ID it The chair was in foi mf d tliat were not inserted in the j i rnal The sul mittoil Mr bland S uioti in to .iiiieml th( journal ami a the urn ti .1 was 1 st, 1 v a MJte of eighty to UIIICLV In Mr I'Hiul clomaxidiU r ic iftnr inquire! th r the prentlcmen fr in Hiv run 1ml rtiu und wh> ihoukl be Apimntcd Ihi chair bid MiuResud tbu lie nM like to hi-. t Ui ti i tilt- i t am proviHim regarding ill 1 thf Mi t thi h< hid d< n ind d tellers under i u r thtli mse tliiitd t entertain the demand the is and 11 lint al Hit he is and 11 nut al i] t, iled fr 11 the Ueenn n I came rather STUCK IN THE SNOW. STE 131 AT nOKK Off THE C RA.ILROAD8. MAKING A WAY FOR THE TRAINS. A Rotary Plow Pushed by Eleven Snow Fifteen Feet on a and Burial of a Passenger. ikcr -lid thtt the li< w M d intiirtd.iii it H.H I tli it a l I tellers ifi as u i I pjrli tiif.nl 11% as a in iti n t It MAS tin nilj u I wli (.h the h se r L t m MI of the M e ikf r and if the in I hut. -iriLhl t U v 1 tin ik. r n (.r r th o ik r reius< d t th 1 net t I'irf- 1 hit MIIIJ U i t i t I t ill w th li i t. tn P u .f 1 1 111! II1 1J tl i t r in lit vi tl C t tl I ..hi II U IS JM I t t i n I itt.t tin ri Mr d in iU that it gentlem did. i-t tJe -i iC It 1 u 1 r i in is an pmut mi s 111 rn ni :il lit in in i n uld ti uni H upon it nail i s i 1 tl U the custom of th ti u t i 1 r lal rule i i i t lit retr re it win nt r rtl decide the ii i-, sn.li i 1 U t to him in hi" r ii IT" il thit the decisi n itii tl rights He n n u I t U rs was a vertual 1 cal er FOE THE BITS. that no Hi In I t k il r telU n the s ik r i the tli 1 iler hid in t Jen in i hil iker It d th I if the irjoi 1 the i uluti iar luh vfl printetl Ir i uh tl tl M' U 111 ible I tlu rd iH t induct >f bubinens i tilth ---tint t hid I een rightly lull) tint in th U since oi conventional rules it n 1 k t th >se ruli s and api-Ii them so far i t ul I 1 e in ti t tn lion in wlneh tlie I und u t I i m l i f mimtmiirial, it had been the Uw of ti li h M absemb its that IK pn h w it uld nuke an absolute final dt( t 1 n 1 the li H Metl If the i refill i fhi r ik-ti led a quc-tinn t it VIA-, i t mem! Pr to aj IKJ.I and t. ko i dniiiont the hod> itself h 'L'ul rtSTrtctlon iSe -fl..! IT a tli it a tount by (Hi tl h 1 on Lit i ir h t-ii) 1 is t. I did i i but i t t law If 1 tl o s[ ikir SMI, tl ir i! in I i u r 1 t lol tl i d II V 1 ,t tl 1 d< 11 t LI if it tli i s ith M t nu I il i If I 11 I fmh v I r M i, bv v r t, sj ,kcr tt lishimsty n u i kr t lib inient 10 is, i n  f r in Tl c L ,si ill .1 f. i ml tlu n l uc hftb of the lu ,-.6 >u 1 In. 11 -1PI1 jl from llls x t It nt ti e cut, i 1 i r li 1 tUiiiin It il it un ,11 L 1 the tobt, tlkci, nt i t It 1 THI- V )TF siistuni I him ill this tht-lmo- tv neuliL >e absilutelj wilU U 1 t nsp M in Mr C tili-k tl" icl t ,f th in side s is f 1 bit il I -Ihe M M "th" tlic'cninmoll law B "MS by rt .fed "it in 1 the fcncnl 1 ui-i of the rtjplc m tlf Li" Tigress ina 1 bj ttlu (ftfTL, 111 h uf tho di il little but and sustAiiiL.1 him Iho v oto d 14 to 1 a strictly part} >t. IIKIO MIS h one iniii 01 t, orcpuW ciii side -u ho could 11 >t follow his uiifur comralis It Turrtms of All h i Utt-ited c-uid spt iker Mr Burrow-, di I not ft. el that he cr ukl ote U is tirt% akin they were wrong ill ri f re he simpU retue i from tlie hall into tl rest inr mt below ind did not ote lhi> ilic-isum of Dutati r Kted fcimply means tl xt hen ho decides on a rising ote tli it the rt illnans wen it is m his power to pr in aje an 1 i o ote that w ril show pHii lj to tl o hntse wh (h side wins it tl ndommrits apical 1 C i the nj-es ai I n H, the sptal er tan df ride, if be chores that not isufticunt lunnber o demanded su b then tl ere is no further ajipoal si ILL bo will not allow to count vote It is a dangerous TI ted( lit for tht democrats an 1 dcmonstiatt s the lucessitj CMTJ ilcm.crat being in bis stat u il> to Mite edtli AmleMrj cUj It l the opening of die 41 ir betwooii the tw and it shows tli it it matters not IK w hard and IK w auh tho democrats tight tlipj m ist acctpt defeit -nl uit-i tr the imperi il die Vitor dein indb it TilF SOTJTRERV PFNITENTIARY "camion lo the appeal on the S4.h FRANCISCO, Jannarj 21 prospects are that the great snow blockade on the Cen- tral Pacific will be cleared tonight or tomor- row to the delight of the snow bound passen- gers Ckar wfUber is reported at all stations from R x-Ll n to Tnickoe, P at Colfax and Cisco wbeie tlio weather is still cloudy At each of these pi ices one inch of snow fell last night There is now three feet of snow on the gn und at Coif a v lule at Ciwo the conntry is to a dcjtt1! cf fifteen feet on a level and in the is three or fur tunes as deep Last evening the C entral Pa- cific was omhled to open the road in the Sier- ras to d( ad engines near t hamj ion s Spur A nturplow pus! ed b> enginos, and the siiou -n as thrown hftceu feet on cither side of the track SIH SLRFRISEU One hundred ui 1 nft> snow who were d in digging the trench were sur insert and comj loteK buried snow from the pluv. were badlj stared, but the onlv nnurv sustained was a ducking I1 n e engines and plows were taken to Truckeo and tho-way is cUar to the tunnel Nn 1 i, with the exception of minor drifts on the Blue C side Thoj pissed to C iscade, where the rotary is at w rk and it is Raid ml road oim i ils that tlie road will be open, p ssibl> t IL.I I IL ist of Trui I i o i plow w Uh sufficient power tobickit will i iow to Reno During the night it is expected to clear tl f tiack to two imprisoned pa --engrr trains betwetii Blue C iiijon uni A H i N i t of the snow sheds 1 ilib ch the weight of tne snow in pi xcet is iiu i ilible 1 hi eU i tli of snow al  men n snow shoe" at 'I nu kee it being impossible to bie ik a road to the cemeU i j T t b Dunt? a snow sh ler waskilleldt Cnfxt -sistcrdaj, by being itiuek 1 y a cir MLSS i f tho i TSSCT gers in tho two trains near Blue taiijon are we 1 raided f or to Uy and there aic a few see  ti-kcts and not figuro on tho blockade They also did not prepare for the cold weather that commenced when the storm ceased At Dutch Flat on the western slope of the Sierras there are feet of snow on or two f  pr n isiuus OIL wiow shoes a distance of miles BOLND TO MFFT NELLIE J J TenningB a New man, who came out to meet Atiss Nellie Bly in Sin Frii.eisco andes, rt her to New w is ramrht in the k i !e eral and then ma.Te the jounio-v tiom UlucCvnjon to Vltxon snow shoes an I then rode on an engine to Sacramento w here be am veil this an 1 took the tram to connect with Miss Bly at ljALn Ipeaking of exi enence Air Tenmngs sii 1 I en snow in 1 bli77ftrds in New rk but people back there doii t know what snow is '______________ UISUH.I> IN THE STORM. Stories of buffering from tKe Prevailing lilizzarcl TACOMA ashington Januarj U ten liuman 1 emgs and thnusando of cattle and Pheep peribhcd in the 1 whieh jear and rageil aahington for a week rcservatn n are to the that cattle arc by the hundreds from star and that the ground is c.vered w ith er tw o feet of snow on a le-v el and that in Bome places is drifted mountain The keep f a fetage station The World's Fair Committee Appoint a Sab-Oommittee. WASHDTGTOB., January 21 special committee on the world's fair held its first meet Ing this morning in the room of the house com- mittee on territories All of the members were present except Messrs Hatch and Bowden Mr Springer called up his resolution providing that the shall proceed next Thursdaj to se- lect a site for the fair by ballot, and it was dis- cussed for an hour Mr Springer urged the im- portance of speedy action on the proportion He held that by its action on the Cannon resolution last weefe the house had virtually decided that the matter must be settled as early as possible and that the committee was practically under instruc- tions, and was as much bound by them as 11 they had been formulated. He argued that the bouse could not move in the matter unta it had first settled here the fair was to be held. Mr Hitt also declared in {avor of immediate action on the site b> the house, and pointed out ay jeopardized the chances of the fair He said that the committee on foreign affairs had how delay Ijeen working for some time on fair bills, and had practically e< nstructed preliminary arrangements All of the re-alts of their work could be made u-e if bj this committee, but tlie site Bliould be first agreed upon AS TO TIKE FOR DEBATE. Mr Flower thought that the date fixed for bal lotting on the Springer resolution next) was a little too He suggested that a rcsolu Uon be reported providing for debate in the house next Mondt} one hour and a half tft be allowed jSr the pceseuta-tion of the claims of each city, to bo followed by- balloting Tuesday Mr at this point expressed doubt as to whether fair could be hefd in 1892 It should be first settled that the government would give money aid to the fair before an attempt was made to select a site This brought the Washington Tien to the fore with a strong objection They contend- d that to adopt Mr Belden s course would remit in combining all of the other contending i rtes against V, aahmgtoii which must rely upon government nnauciardid Mr Belden s idea was that a historical celebration could be held in to be followed a jear later by a world 9 fair The chairman s attontion was here called to tne of tlie resolution under which the com mitt-e was appointed, which speaks of the world s fair in IWK, and tlie point was made that the com imttee had nt alternative and could deal with no proposition that did not concern the fair to be held in that jcar Mr Frank Of Missouri offered a resolution tliat Springer s resolution providing for ballot inff by the house next Thursday be referred to a sub committee of three with instructions to re pi.it at the iiext committee meeting '-ubsequentlj the motion was modified so as to make the   his proposition so .as to e the debate In the house next Monday Und the balloting Tucsdaj, as suggested by Mr ft lower The New York members took alarm at this hnw ever aa it was the object of the Chica aoans to get the chairman to vote and ascertain fiis views Die Chirapoans had calculated on Mr t lower voting with them in support of his own proportion Tins would leave the remaining three members present, besides the cln.mii in in opposition and compel the chairman to vote t 1 break the tie and It was not regarded as desirable f that the chairman should be committed at this o irly date when Mr Franks resolution wai the two C hu igo men found then selves alone SHOT HIS HEART OUT. O-S" THE COTTRTBOUSE STEPS VESTOA THE JAYBIRDS AND WOODPECKERS Transfer Tneir Fight from Fort Bend County to Kiliingr of One of tlie Terry Family. Kut the two C hu igo mi i opposition and it ireviiled the chai ..as'instructed to appoint a sub committee to consider the Springer resolution and report next Thursday when the committee will meet again THE 11 B COMMITTEE APPOINTED The sub committee was selected as follows Chairman Candler and Messrs Hitt and 1 lower Tlie committee decided to hear no oral arguments respecting the site of the fair Then the com mittee instructed the chairman to ask for per mission to Pit during of the house, and A Resolution Offered in the Virginia Legis Jin January 21 -Mr Magruder of Shen andoah offered the following preamble and reso n in the legislature today which was referred hereia A large element of colored people ot e south are dissatisfied, and disappoint cnt is the leaven which is January 21 A tern ble trag- edy was enacted in the courthouse here today m which Kyle Terry, nephew of the late Judge David Terrj, was instantly killed, and two men badly wovitled The killing was the outcome of the Fort Bend trouble, which re- sulted some time ago in such a "btoodj battle betw een two citizens of Richmond Some months ago Terry, who was tax assessor of Fort Bend county, and a mem- ber of the woodpecker party, h id a difeculty rtith three Gib t u boys, all members of the Javbird j imj Five weeks later Terry met one of the Gibson brothers in and killed him When the case came up for tnal Terry got a change of v enue to Galveston Parker in dieted for murder in Fort Bend countj, also secured a change of venue to th a county and tlie cases were set down for today, and wit- nesses for both the prosecution am1 defense had brought to this citj a large number of ad- herents of what is known as the Jaybird and "Woodpecker" factions of Fort Bend county THE SHOOTING OF TFFRT few minutes after 10 o clock tins morning Kvle Terrj his brother, Captain David Terry of California, Judge Parker Judge "V, eston Dr Gale and some others entered the front door of the courthouse Ttrry reached the second stop when the lirat shot was nred II struck him undr r the right aiui and came out of the left breast and hterallv tore his In art to pieces There was a moment s lull an I then four or five shots were nred from different directions One passed through the arm of Judge of Fort Bend counU another through the leg of Henry Pittle, a GaU eston ian Eje w it nesses saj three men wcie shm t ing naming them as Val Gib-aon vim kille 1 Terrj, and whose br< ther ferrj had killed in "Whartoii IUn liagstall and Mitchell all from J- rt Bend c mntj and all lajbir Is INDirSNATIONt IN GVE.VKSTON Tho citizens of GaHcsloii are intensely in dignaiit becaiis  DeFreytiiiet inmi--ter of WAT introduced a bill appropriating 1 fr-ti_c3 f ir UK pnrposa of improving the bleeping (juaxter f thi- -v Idifcjs. At the afternoon session of thf chamber a rso- lution w as intnxlticed to nd for the mnain- der of the seftsion the members wh 3 crented thfl disorder wtwn Joffnn attempted to revolution wis rec  an mbtrs of the partj of rigllt It vra11 referred to a c Chithe tlte t upon tlie recent aa pent einen who wero formerly btu wh fai 1 of re- election in tl t recent canv He th nplit that In appointing to umcc men the had the g vernmt-i t r luiuiitt- 1 t- tha d< of r-il He c that there wap in tin- tn r ipe-r i litit i of plaies in the awjri-tnrv an 1 'hf mifj traey should remain mv vble ind m.1 drawn iota c nip1) ati ni of part) strife Ihxvcnet i inistt-r of pul lie in-tni t! n said that Th  were j nu i ififl IPL U t hi m n and i raftioe in the cour thej wnvil i n i li that qn i ifii iti u b) f n i txi rien i 111 tlio ch iinlH-r of pnt.es in tiir i n r 11 i i thosa laws whirh as th v uld have oc- casion to interpret and nil T'1 n a.-niuell applause fr im the kft aaii r a n n U r fr >m hiehe the ailopU 1 tl r r at tin day, api mg the gov ernment dei_lar tu n Uv JU1 ta BOTCOTTTNG THE TKe Merchanla of Portugal Cottlng: with England LJ-.BON Ja.mij.ry 1 The l 011 menial i.w tion Ins Hi 1 to do utm >-l tu revn --in t-illtnlc upla i il t r witli Tlie n 1 i! itdiitf >f il a a jvirfl nk 1i fr iljda 1 mi r h i fr 11 t, 1 u.O an> carg 'Manx A-m rican I r ni h jn I nitan com morei il tr ITI ler- ir 1 r i k i t) most of the opportunity aff U truii the euuii- tries they FX( ITl'MKNT IN THH STHEKTS Li'inoN I inn irv '4 F tirth u-anil mcrchanta of thi fit} jaruli I tin -ttreetn La-st r.h >ut- mj 1 I mm.rv 13 At tint, ii li i I H-tnge-se met It ]M j.U an 1 t th t n milo 1 i 1 th. I i i ai rifii t ANOTHER f a Cali- weikt-nedorfall therefore belt ItebiiHed That our representatives m the national congress be requested to nroiiriition to encourage and enable this 1 ILUHI tnoln Irr-ttfl Xlirec Masked Men Cliarge fornia Train. OLA, Cal January 21 south bound passeii climbed over-Tnd is rumored to lie BO eral thousand d .liars Tlie robbers made the engineer and fireman them some distance from the tram A tramp r Monoi olj i At i 11 i .r lr ustable w as murdered and hu wife desperitely wounded Monday nifeht by a band of ruffians who broke Into their house A neighbor pawing discovered that the front door Chansen In IMAJRIi. .1 s TH iliniLe- h n Lean, n ulr in tin l al Imti-m i it was ai li i 1 wr la) Hie [hike f r u. 11 lii- 1 n 11 I i tta minister o! c n mem in tlu j e if i'r liec- erra will Iccome n inlbti r for the coluuies Tanuar> 21 Twelve bodiehh-i-ve washed ashore at Bridi ort It ii surmised thafl they are a part of the anv of sunib (.hip thafi lias foundered in the n cent j, ties "Wheel and the Together GEFI-N. Kj Jannarj 21 The Farmers State hee1 of KcntucM niLt at n wlinj; f.recn at h tli re weic ureM-nt al out one hundred and liie ni >-tiy from the southern and wciti rn JK rtl. n oi tlio state The Dorthi rn and eastern rtl< n in noo vetorramzed There were several mcmbcn. of the Farmers alliance jmaent The meetiriR for the purpoBC of lidat nt rdcra Th< re wa- a gnat deal .f done There wait thi two tai t worfc l niltfe leRislitnre now -jeab 13, fhe" journil MIS then apl roved The Senate FrwteeainKS. AXIOM TON I imiirv 21 In the senate Mr Mitt fr im the ommittce on v itents rci 01 ted latt ir on tbe ,ith the ;k lie to the effect I tweUe miles from Al Miri-Wi to walk to town last Thursday and bun starti-ii 1.0 wriin. _ nnlv n mile TrouMe Feared at Apalachicola. APMA.IIHOLA Fla January 21-The saw here employ negro laborers principally Last the negroes hud a meeting and resoHed to have ten hours and more pay and refused to take orders I ast Moiidaj the negroes refused to go ork and the mills shut down The negroes.not in the strike were prohibited from working rwo [g '1 stnli the n. n lit- m nv-v -ij lated to the former l-uullj are behev ed to be mortal _ Sledge Held far Murder CROW Oa Januarj 21 -tSpecial ]-T Donaldson was shot 1 y C S Th, WWL1i- in c tnditiui ____ THE MI-N IN JAIL A Trigedy Wliieli Tcnn Out of a Schoolboy 21 E edgo last died this Kongh Times at Sea. r YORK J-umiry -The steamer neetlllS aid will patrol the town tonight Otherwise, all -r-uary ]-A Vftcrabncl sessioi executive bnaines-- tin tur the con'-Hie ration of s  imposing 11 his in to the Abbett comes out flat 1 ballot reform He that the f the cmintrv in all the states de vii honest election BJS ona unday evening ami mortally wounded died th momlJB at 9 o clock The verdict w rendered at the coroner Inquest e the jury Inv Ing empanelled and sworn before Coroner Orimes and after hearing evidence under oath the deceased W fi Vomldn f M >1 la Brolte -Tb-rongh tlie Tee. IIFi i-NA Montana January 21 -News comes from I lathead lake that a band of thirteen In diani attempted to cross the lake near what is known as AMld Horse ,-Und, on Sunday after -------ihere the chinnel is narrow and apparent to sustain the A Combination. TKENTOV, N J 21 -Articles of in :orporation ere filed todaj in the secretar> of THF SOUTHERV rFNlTEMiAitx other it not been for the tight on the decision an eleLtlon in an; llC'llltti'O till will pass, there can be no doubt Then the fight Will come up as to the location of the two prisons, Atlanta being almost certain to get the southern one TWO NKW POSTOFfflCES Two new postofhces were established Georgi t today, county w ith Jol other at Ochile, J Venhorn postmaster_____ H. W is FOK TEIJ.EKS, The Matter Was NotiMentioned. January 21 -It was rumored "WASHINGTON lornmgthat the cabinet proposed to drowned NELLIE CKOSSD.G THE CONTINENT. Miss Bly Arrives In San FrancUco, and Im- mediately Starts for New lort. SAN FRANCISCO, January 23 steamer Oceanic with Miss Ely among the passen gers armed here at 9 30 this mocnm? Mias Ely was taken off in a tug as soon as tne steamer reached the harbor and was taken at once to Oakland, where she boarded a special train, which was in waiting, and started on the overland jonr- ney via the Southern Pacific and Atlantic and Faciflc routes larv-i ui TI mnn stock and 810 000 000 is divided into 100 000 shares of 8100 each.which shall be preferred stock and said preferred stock shall entitle the bolder to receive each year a dividend of eight per cent payable half yearly before an> dividend is set apart for eommon stock or so mnch of eight per cent as the profits justify The amount with which the company win begin business is divided into 200 shares _ Stabbed a Street Car INDIINOPOLI-! Januarj 21 negro jumped on the front platform f a ,outh side street c.ir last mfrht Momi Parrs and escaped with the money box bef. the dri-ver -------ore the unusual had nap soon disappeared CincAi meml Matters He Sued for 1 January 21 -Michael nrAfiO January -icae "her of the International Beer Brewers and ter, union, refused to pav an fur reek The Koater 1 the and Itet irni. 111 n ith ai .ther the na. m< hat larM r than the m- all three of the 1 oyp (lid ffivVi aland--toH th-m v aS'l on the 24th of lulv W2 the three 1 in a quarrel 1 N it k ErertB. wh wl ipped J- f-u r IM I, ket- kiU Kverta Kverta The famll) answer Keinke wS awarded judgment for Have It. 'WnrarTpBG January 21 Abaiidof. eight htm mdjaM on St Peter's reserve, a few miles is being rapidly wiped out. The The Little Town Burned. Gnppe' in its most without adanca. rapidly snccrnnb to the malady In cases inflnenzi has developed into buildmff in mast They with straw and suspended Speaker CALLING Keed Trying to Bon the House to Suit Himself. January 21 -Yesterday, just Tic us to adjournment Mr Bland, of moved that the house adjourn, and, on division, the speaker declared the motion lost Bland, thereupon demanded tellers, ana, to receive any established tv ficSl consiaeration unl m the transaction. c consia federal officeholders participated Ex-Senator Klddleberger Bylng. Mr Bland thereupon aemaimea -Woodstock this afternoon says 1 OTTAWA Dl, January 21 little town of eases, to which the Indians are subject. Se- T'tJca. numbenn" 2000 people, which was so five per cent of them are down with the epi, rs [ted by a terrible burst of flames this morning t" tire started at 2 o'clock, burning with great less than an hour tbe west E was a sheet of flames fnrv for a few hours The flames caught in Cough- More English Money In America. 1m s barber shop, and before the villagers were PORTLAND, Me January English syndi fully awakened had spread with incredible rapid- has bonded tte Portland Smelting works and !ty, enveloping the entire business district. The property renlaced the ruins of. a lew principal to Enu to complete the sale of tbe property wnicn IB 10 oe enlarEcd ty the syndicate They also have a bonded number of mines of zinc, lead and silver along the coast of Xteatti off W. H. Ketcnam. Killed His Brotner-in-Law. BIRMINGHAM January 21 -A specialty the Age ieein, ETOf firaj -Ihen the latter took a sfiootgu t Wiggms, killrng him instantly The President's Brother. Tenn January 21 y- tlnioi Marshal Carter Harrison tin. af temoon served notices from the tnited States t RESTRICTING THE VOTE. ifipyrn Capital to Be Saved From the Mws January 21 j-ToS nmirrefl m the senate ame-ndmentJ! .nd it BOW only the n become a law It waves [nllanf a year annually in How jACKnON house has o the cliarter governor fi Hignaton three th of 'bqtii Perished with His Ones Joiris, Newfoundhind, Jan and three children The Snn'o Cotton Berlew. OBK, January were again There was an Kan Over and Kllled- January 21 Special J- WllTllart'a car conpWof the Belt mn over and taUed this rnomrnE while TELEGRAPH BRZUTIES xrrday Bond offenni T out regard to price The first train on the and Ohio NEWSPAPER! WSPAPLRI   

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