Alton Daily Telegraph, February 24, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON ; • '■VI VOLUME 29.ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24. 1890. NO. 215 I DITO DOU PU DI WIX! IAI AL UU1LLII MUOIO. Disastrous Explosion in a Saw-Mill in Virginia. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. nu ENOS announce* that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT DF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience daring many years ha* convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under th# constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means w>t otherwise st oommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hours or days.    . The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horn.- cars, and is near the Union Depot.    __ The building is large, and arrangements are a* perfect ae is possible from e knowledge of sanitary ecience and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Message, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be requiredI by pa* pen ta, in addition to snch other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM Pot Hun Bath. and .lards, to OO Id and Inclement weather, oto., la provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his delly personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Fat further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sit., Alton, III. TWO EMPLOYES KILLED OUTRIGHT And Several Other* Badly Injured—The Boller In n Pumping Work* on the Mortem! Central Road Explode* and Kill* Two Men—Fatal Tralu Wreck Caused hf a Cow on tho Track—Drowning Accident—A Bub* Hunted to Booth, Golanbviljlx, Va, F.-h. 24.—A dis*#-trous boiler explosion occurred in Hunter Bro*. A Ca ’* mw mill, two mile** from this place, at 6 o’clock In the morning. Two person* were killed outright and ids other* badly injured. Portion* of the machinery of the mill were blown to a hight of IC© feet in the air, and carried over the Poetal Telegraph linen, SIO yard* from the mill. The victims, all colored men, were employed about the mill. cut or tho Victim*. Their name* arr j Killed w William Jainaa aud Henry Johnson. Injured: '-U.nnel Fox, lag broken In two place* and badly (welded; Jefferson Washington, lag broken and badly scalded about the face; John Jackson, lac* ami body scalded; Benjamin Beseam, found under mill abed with arm broken and tautly scalded about tbs face. Cans* or th* Explosion. Dr. W. C. Flagg, local physician, responded promptly aud la doing all In hi* power, (unlisted by Hunter brot hora, for the unfortunate men. The explosion made a loud rejKVt and could be heard miles distant. Firing up without sufficient water In th# boiler caused th# explosion. Th# mill property la a total wreck. No Insurance. Another Bursting Boller. El Paso, Tex., Feb. IM.-A frightful accident has happened at Zabalm, a pumping station on the Mexican Central. The loller burst and killed the »w« pumpers, who ara both Americana, and th# pump house was burned to the ground. A BABY BURNED TO DEATH. Mother ll. A. HOFFMANN. No 100-102 Lust Second st. SOI a AGENT* POR Cook Stows NMB AGENT# POE loiulor aniiSnperior: FirehackH Warranted lo Lost Hvc Ycihh. "QUICK MEAL" GASOLINE STO VS8. Roofing, Outtoring, Hpoutxno of Low /Vier*    ___    J*ndw,y    _ RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED** By Hie Good Citizens of Alton and Vicinity Mill Hacoipis Jersey Colies. Horrible Discovery Made by I After a Short Absence. New York, Fob. at-A baby of A Burst, of 1448 Park avenue, was burned to death by it# 4-year-okl brother. There were three children in the Burst family, Alvina, aged 5; Walter, 4, and Emily, a baby of 4 month*. Mrs. frond was preparing for hor husband's homecoming when she discovered that she needed some onions. 8ht- mad- th# baby fast In a rocker, kissed all the children, aaa ran out to make the purchase. Laving the older ones with an injunction to look out to* the baby. Bbs wee tack Id ten minute*. Set Fire ta th* Baby. When she unlocked the door and enter, d bor apartment# she found tha baby attral-opad in fire, and it wa* dead before she could put out th. names Tho two other children were nowhere in sight. Finally they were dtooVera! under the bed. Walter mid that after his mother left th# bourn bt* went into the kitchen, cl Ii n Iud upon a chair, took a match out of the box, which kl underneath the mantelpiece After lighting the match ha sat Ara to a plena of paper, which f. " on the baby, and a feather pillow ob which the baby sat took Am_ MISCELLANEOUS MISHAPS. He Taught HU Nephew How to Shoot. I>n iKvin.*, Ry., Feb. Si.-A fatal and-dent of a very |mnullar nature occurred on Thursday tot near Winslow, la Pike county, Ind. Char!*# Robbing *l-nt an hour im Wednesday evening teaching his little nephew how to bandi* a revolver. Tbs weapon used wa# empty. Tbs boy bw came sufficiently proficient to satisfy bls uncle, and wa* put to bad. Robbing then took th# pistol and loaded It, after which be laid ft carefully away and want to stop himself. The boy, food of hts new SSBMX plisbinent, awoke early, and at anoa found tbs revolver and proceeded to ursoasx Ba cooked Rand aimed at bls sleeping tutor. The uncle never knew th* anther <rf hi# dynta The bullet tor* through his heart Robbing was a well-known farmer. THE FATHER Of HS COUNTRY. How Washington’s lllrthday Was Celebrated at Chicago aa I Elsewhere. Chicago, Feb. 24.—The anniversary of Washington’s birth being a legal holiday, lha courts and federal, county and municipal .dices were cloned. At 9:8*) a rn. th# Union League club provided patriot lo entertainment* at the Auditorium and Central Music hall for the school children of the city. At ft p. rn. th* members of the club h rid their annual loyalty meeting at the Auditorium, followed by a banquet at the club bouse in the evening. The Personal Hights league celebret''*! at 8 p. rn. ai Central Music hall, where address** were delivered by Henry D. Lloyd, Judge Prendergast, aud Charka H Ham. Musical seteottras were rendered by til* Hwtet quartette. Fared* af the Hays la Blae. At the Heoond Regiment armory a demonstration la behalf of the eight-hour day, beginning at # p. rn., wa# held by the Knight* of Labor, while at tbs sam# hour began a masks I ball given by Battery “IT at Ha headquarters Th# Veteran corp* of First infantry en Joy ai a banquet at the Jackson Street armory in th* avenin*. Th# First infantry parade.!, starting at 2 p. rn. from the armory cm Jackson street. After th* parade the medals for honctoblc aw vice wwre distributed, Copt Ford oFc company receiving a gold medal for Afteaa year* continuous service Th* boys at the team tug school at Nm*wood Park aolebrated th.* day. The exercise consisted of military drill by UU baya In unlfor a and patriot. songs and recitation*. In New York and other large ritta* bual ness was practically suspended and th* day observed In a fitting manner. JOHN JACOB ASTOR DEAD. His Demise th* Recall af a Caid Ona traded While Abroad- NBW Yon*. Feb. ti--John Jacob Astor died at hi* residence in this city Saturday Mr. Astor’* death wa# directly due to a odd which he contracted while In Europe in Do-reinter last, and with which he had lea Ul ever sin ae. He In the 07th year of bls age. John Jacob Aster was th* eldest son of Int* William Astor and grandson of th# original J wha Jacob Aster, who founded nu** of th* family He wa* th* head of the third generation af the Aster nj Al) I n fill) MITTUIKJ amilu ruin mal IMW. An Exciting Week Looked for in Waihington. VOTES ON THE SITE TO BE TAKEN. Prominent Cl 11 sees from Hew York, Chicago. and St. Ionia Will Be os Hand to Watch th* late reel* of Their Cit!** Daring the ©entee*—A Soldier's Beaten** Remitted by the President—Capital City Hews Net*#. Washirotor City, Fat, 94.-TW few representatives that were at the . apl to! Saturday spent must of their tim# discussing th* prospects cf the vote on th# world’s fair site oo Monday. Nearly all agreed that th* matter could not be settled in ob* day, awl i were inclined to the he.lef that th# greater part of th* week would be consumed before a actu. meat could be reached. Bal toting on the alt* la a special order for Monday, and should th* house adjourn en that day without com lag to a craolorton the special order would ba lost Ta prevent tills the workers forth* differ .wt otto are andes raring to .# vt aa arrangement whereby the bouse will take a recent from day to day until the ma I ter is disposed of and thus retain the spec**! order. What Mr. Springer Thinks. Hpt Infer of Minot*, oa# of Chtoago's meet active supporter*, telievs# that th# site will be selected la three or fear ballute, but he la Almost al ens in thin king ibis ll is probable that a rvoma will at least ba taken from Moo day evening nntfl Tuesday morning and lo this avant til# lobbying that wtU take place during the ta atm will In all proteUlity result la a material challa la th* •tatue of the first tallot on Tuesday. A number of doubt-Inl member* will changa their vote# without a graal deal of perm ark* Will Be Item* Herd Work. Whsa the ate matter has been disposed of, lh* tall suitable to th* atty selected will be l iken up by th* house and there will be a discussion ut sum* length Chauncey M. Depew was at the oepttnl KSturdey but only member be found a chance to talk to was Mara* of Ms me cl nseits. Mayor (lr ant and ex-Hmm tor Whitney are ate in th* city and a great crowd of other New Yoflsiqtn moated. Chicago1* great oontiageut will also im vc before the battle. A number af representative HA Louts people ar* la city and wore are expected. Wrecked by a Cs*. Coll Mat a, lad., Feb Hi—At 4 p. in., aa the gravel train wa# entering th# aiding at Clifford Station, to permitt the paaaage of regular passenger train, due In this city at ft p. in., a caw attempted to cram th# track and was hit, muring a wreck of thirties! Sat oar*, they bring piled up on th* tfeott Henry, conductor, ' crashed to death, and Willard Mitchell badly Injured and will probably din Three Lady diadem!# Drowned. Milwacxxh, Win, Feb. #4 -Three lady student* at tim slats normal school, Ori> fryri. Mary Camay, Sarah Carney awl a Mb* Burn*, all of Calumet county, scartel for flhurch last Munday morning and have not lawn seen atnm It is feared they ak j tempted to cross Lab# Winnebago to their WHEREAS It hat* Pleased hie Royal Nibs, SatoT ^The aaa# was act reported to th# po-’    I    hw    until    Matunlay. A Member af M'erkmea Rilled. Broos. Cai, FSR W.-A aunrimctkm train returning from the blockade, four nuke north cf tbie place, wa# wricked Friday by the breaking of a coupling. A nun bar of workmen war# killed, and three seriously injured The nu mise- or th# nuns* of th# .tod cannot a* yet ba a*c#r tain.*! One of the injured mao will probe fey din.    ( Epidemic of Spinal Meningitis. New OkLXAXe. FSR 94.—A apecinl lo Th* picayune from Aurora, Tex lay# that an epidemic of spinal meningitis la pre*airnt ’here. Severn) persona have died within th* JETtwo day. from th. dtram TW people of th* town are terr or-stricken and fleeing from the J (tex Medical assistance has reacted Aurora from Fort Worth. Two Mea probably Drowned. Four Maiusoh, Iowa, Feb, #4.- Elisha Moore, a ferryman, started scrum th# river for Nauvoo, Ilia, with a traveling man Thursday. They have not »«o aren nm* Th# to to running heavily, and ti ie feared they were drowned. A Sbnrtage of H49.0OS. Lase ASTEX. Pa.. Feb. K-The bank examiner appointed to examine tate th* stavt-Kge of Cashier Bard, of tike Lwooto, Anda It lo ba alout #42,0001 The Mock bulder* will hold a meeting to deride upon th* future tr,'I* t'    Aaron family. Ile wa# bom In 1861k lu IS*® bn fatter died, leaving John Jacob a lwo-thtr<! altars of his estate, veined at #2>®,<W0.'<D. During the civil war Mr. Astor went to th* front and served with credit as an aid* de camp to Gen Mod'Han. Ha mantel a Miss Gibbs, of Mouth Carolina, who died about two years ago. Memorial Areg la Falrmoaet Park. Philadelphia, Feb. 24. —The riUtingulehed petty of statesmen from W eahlngtoa, who ar A visiting this city to discase th* planing of a memorial arch In Fair mount (ark, assembled In par I cr C of th# Continental hotel st 0 o'clock Haturday morning and listen**! U* an addr*-* of welcooi* by President Gate*, of select council. Than they proceeded to Car )M«t#rs’ hall on Chestnut street wiiare Hemp ton L. Carsun delivered an addnae, after a bub tx-Oovtraor Grn-n, of New Jersey, welcomed th* visitors on behalf of tte governors of tbs thirteen origin*! stales. At tte conclusion of ex-Grternor Green1# addr*#* th* I (arty proceeded to Independence ha I where District Attorney Graham <teliv.-r.d a patriot ie address. After lunobiug at it # Continental botel tte jmrty ware taken In carriages to Memorial hall in Fairmount (<ark were they were welcomed by the park coHimtohm Short Rout* Arooad lh# World. Montreal. Qua., Feta 24—The Canadian Pacific railroad Is arranging to have a line of three or four stoa men to go riralght around the world or aa straight aa the intervening land will allow. Their will start from Montreal, Halifax, sad New York bi th* fall so as to avoid the hast of India ami th* Moss canal. Th# routs will nm through London, Gibraltar, Malta, He**, Penang, Colonate, Calcutta, Hang Kong, Veto K.m.i gad Tancwuvar, and paeeengare will be on the tam* rieamer throughout th* voyage    . A Lester# bf Fawderty. W ilk eh aa Lax, Pa,,    21 —4l*nsr*l Master Workman Pewdarly daMveral a Acture hare teftor# a large and anthuriastk meeting of Uboring men. Hie n rnarks wrte ■Articularly pentad at th* coal prod acing compaa us for Ai I tag theta nil nae with men for odly a law days' work each moat* while thousands of poor peopi* am famishing for want of fuel. Ha also ••ailed attention to the fact that the German emperor L mttuig an •nunpl# that cag bt to he dearly fellowed by the coal kings of Pennsylvania. Building Lots for Sale. Corner Main i and Dry, 150x120, for $00. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450. Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Hig^Iiland Paris.. 3ne Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices rom $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houses and Lota in different parts of the city. Call and see list. To re foal ii with til© Gotxl    J! Vicinity “FOR LO!” «wae Maw Yejm Hjtej Inaugurating a System    ' Sharp Competition. Ile It therefore, RESOLVED, That we CoMnl^ur Gwn Interests, when In Need Good Goode. CLOTHING* BOOTS, KHOE*, FURNlHUiltw and DRY GOODS, to Call on THE GLOBE. AND BE IT FURTHER BKSOLVKK, Th* i» order *» to» X} •while longer we xii of na agree lo send tat IS    j»kICEH,    xnd A HIL DXB KANI), for .ll (Mr lood U°od. »t LOW KH that x Copy of thi» bt tent to IHE GLUBIS. CIT! OF ALTON AND IS. Committee- MI* let av Ll ecole’» Is* Were*. LOWDOX, Feh #4-Young Abraham Lin-sun of the American minister, upou whom au operation was performed for aa oMteftte eUcae, I# much    ted    bl# oondlttm. is regarded as very wittal Rsawrel Eel I veg OesMiMstisa. PrrraatnMk, Pa., Fab. *L-A Mstemw* la pubikbed thai lh# Psnnaylvanta Railroad Company ha# ptanned th* consol ktatk* of th* lint# of th# Panhandle eytoem watt of Pittsburg, ami th* fermata n af * o*a oom-piuty to ha knows aa tho Pittelwn g, Otastn-neti. (Tiicago and HL LeuU railroad; the roads to he merged bring the PRtahurg, Cta-r inns ti and Bt Louie, Chicago, KL Loan anti PU taters J-fferwm, Madison and Indiana, and lh* Cinctnnatt, Ktehmuod and Chicago  _ aile* 11 tee* la Canada. Po STUARD, Ora., Fhh. ti - Regarding th* dispatch from Washington stating that Mtl-outt, th* ataeondteg Dashier, was euppoevd to be In th# Mate of Washiagtoa F O toA-wtth, formerly a reetdaxt of WaahingtoB, D. C., and wh • claim* to be peramalty ac quatated with (Weott, said; “I ted Hi leo! I in ,H,iy (hr-rn *wb ago, when I asked boo if he was no* getuug weary of call*. He r*|4»l that he wa* a little, but Ut#Is# no c< n»ktorati'*i would he rat urn to the United States. *    —.—- pioneer tewing Maehla# Ma* Mel VI nth* Ilia., Fhb. SC—Frank June, prseidvnt of th • June Hewing Maokin# oubs-pany. dud at I o'clock Friday morning, ag..! Sft years. Mr. Juan wa* on# of ti* pioneer ai-wing macbbt* mea of the amatry. Th. whole tow! ie ta mourning Tbs f»-oeral services will be brid at the K-silL ll a,t jet church. Thane# his body will he laked to Oak Park, hie former boma, far interment Ovur SHO employ** wOl aet aa escort at the funeral TX* Germ aa KI wet lea. Bim.iv, Fab. ii—Th* latest returns from th* afcctioo for members of th# reu-h-tag rimw Gal SI Cubs*real was, IS. National L4b-#raX, <M Uitramoutan *, U INMImM * Puma. I ln<le|i#odrtlt, IO Alaattate. # Daaan amis and I Dan* have been elected. One touadr#d and four rvbaliote will be it ens aaa ry Th* rift* tai rvturna will not ba knoem for i several day* y«L Pardoned by th# President. VV A SIU SU TLR cm. Fab. Si-Gen. Roger, stationed at HL Paul, ha* been tarirartethy th* secretary of war that President Harri-son ha* remitted th# unexecuted porilt* of th# eentenoo Imp awl ujvmi Deli P. Wild, th* private convicted of dlaobaytag Mw «»• i land of Maraud Lieut Htaeta, who bed «Rf-derod him to sestet in ,(taring a piece of canvas upon a shed. The president thinks tost th# punishment arijud.fi 4 was exnsmtv# In a marked dagrta, an t that th* establishment of tile Iwutenant a* Judge advocate of th* court wis gro-aty tnqwopar. Th* report also say* that bo action apt war- to have lieen Liken against Lieut, Htecia, whose breach of discipline was of an aggravated nature. The Paw-A as# Hr a* < «»*f#r*e##. Wash IMOTO* City, Feta 54,—At Friday’* ■eMstoo of tbs Fan A mr r (ran conference lh# committee on international taw precented a report recommending th# adoption of the treaties of Muntevi tar*, whteh refer to <4VII and commercial taw, and taw on legal nro-ceadura. TX# rsfvwi was ordered to he printed. Th# oommftte <*u railrua<la rw-l#irted recommending th* ajipolnlroant of a ( rnmlesion of aa^toacra to caamin* tate, and report apuo th# feaaltallty of th# con-structk(n of an iotenaa'tonal railroad to cooner! all or a majority of the nations reprw s#ntad ta this conference, the road to ha aui# • id taal by th* different government# tater-rated. Hear A das Ira! masterly la Was Mantes Wasmirotou Cm, Fab »L—Rear Ad-lnlrai Kimberly who cnHunanded the Pactfla stestoa at th* Ems of th# Hamoaa total wave ta whkta two sear vesaris of th* United Hiatal ware mgulted. ha* arrived taw* In ubedtear* to orders tram tan navy department Barrat ary TWy deair** to crater with Rear Admiral Kimberly ta regard to ta* naval strength of lh# Unite I Mute# In th* I'art fie nnaan and teridmtally It la Intimated that the adm-jitetratlon dmirm Rear Admiral Kimberly** vtoer* on the pollttaal compta-atkma cf ta# Nueoaii lalanda Vt aahing!**'* Mala! I toy. Wamuru’TUB Cm. F*b 24 -Saturday being an anniversary el th# birth of Waab-Xm, R era# a tag*) holiday ta th# district. Th# depnrtasaol* and lank* ware ctasaiL I here was HO aapartal atar vane* of Hie day beyond paradtw a* ta# avell** by th* Ok! guard aud th* N u* uaJ rdtas at 8 < aud by the light Infantry carpe at 4 Th* oldest In ha bi tau*, ensording to ouatem, held a puhttr marling at noon and listened to th* reading of Washington's far***il ad ALWAYS AHEAD With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business I have Received a Largo Stock of BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Same Price. The Citizen* of Alton and Vicinity arc Cordially Invited to Call and Examine th sac If I < SS. I am not afraid of an Inspection of their Quality. A. J. HOWEUJ. OTO TOO I IRM IRO LUU nee SIOjjc to |7J aa. T«* servos His TMS ISAM- sri Aet* Ayyr.fri Xy th* President. WBSR!ROTOR CITY, Feb. M Tbs pf Amt bs* apt (roved aa ast to anthoriaa • vnstrm'tow of s bridge arr,ae th* Missouri river to Ikmgta* smutty, Ma. or rn Harpy o viaty Max ; ak» aa art to aonetni«-l a nul-r«.i brvtr* s’V‘w* GW Mtadsmppi river ■ Hurlingto<(. lawn. TX* Dab# af Grlesae* Case Paula, Fab Ii -Ta* • aria** at S meeting Haturday crarideral ta# aum of 'ta* Doh* of Orleans recently convlcbid of violaUng th* (ti| skis aet and Seaton#**I to taro year* impi moi*ua-*L R was decided to ranit th# m*»i t*-«.<v un (seed and oonduct him to the troutier. Tlw iuk-#ae aecordtagly vak-n to th# f van tier Haturday ti.* irate whteh U,s royal pn- urt- will fuik w la Xapi a profound secret mf Street Ballwey Line*. Nxwabx. N J., Feta »4—TW Essex Pee-rnnger Railway eompauy’s horn, comprising nearly all ta .wast war rwk ta tau city end vb-initr have bae* sold to a af r»dktote including w Cl Whltnay FAE Widenar, Vt L K.ktaa and Mr Uuinmtam. for •». 000,00(1 __ Weal la**** Over Taeeuit. Dtlvyh, Mtan, Fria ta —fbeueaa H. MatMi#wa, cf tab atty, wa# tekra to th. it Pater insane arjriam, Wring gras ta#ess over the Tascott myttery. H# WWvse W b deaUurd to ted Tseooli, sad wanta to •fend several miWona of dotter* ta kl* search. _ A Mteaeepell* tbereb Haraed. Mixaxxr -us, f'lan . F -i* 2* At 8:%> a’ rn. th# Ft-th FrpaJ.yearbm church on Lyn* ttete avsuu* awl N\)b ateau* uortk waa liuned to th* gtouusL it -a though- ll •■r*g* Ut*'et frteH t stove u-#d al a stebti Fri- • day vv>*utag Lob, 119,000. THROW ARIDK YOUR tXTKL HATBItfl ANR INVEST IN Garland Stoves and Ranges.! Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in the.City. Granite ai Japanned Ware. A. L. FLOSS Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 82. as c= o as o CU -C3 CU cr as jn s => 5 O cd ins * _ ca co O S35’ erin co THE IMPROVED “lHNNEtt LAMP.’ ., Mr above cut Is nspiH’lslly recoiniip iriedfor tt tulliia. Searing ov tae Hitting tara* or Parto? ll I. Tautlful ii. sppearur.., a ii practicsuTo uLmh In Bv* I:*»r#r#nt#ty .-s. In prtc## fr un U.to to 4'» to, and ax th#*# pr    IJT?, u, rf i,|t# many sail*. Haase o#L usee them. are arni gladly show you if you wish to ihaaesTrrateniber the' HAN*KH UMI- next Urn# you 0*4S* Hoppe’s Ctiina Hall, Ho Went Till rd et. ;

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