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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 7. 1890.  DEATHBED COMI  A Pennsylvania Murder tery Cleared Up.  Mys*  OR. LEVERING SHOT BY A NEIGHBOR.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  na SfOfi amonnoM that he ha* established in a building purchased for the  U     purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TBEATIENT OF ALL CODABLE DISEASES,  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Ill experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases mb be managed more successfully in an institution of thia kind, under the Lostant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* vise ateommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers rn intervals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding irs free too all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Seooud street horse ors, aud is near the Union Depot.  foe building is large, and arrangements are as perfect a* is possible from • knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  BWotncity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Oaths, Douches, Message, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa-feu*, in addition to suoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Sun Bathe and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Knot, and receives his AMIj personal attention.  Now Onen  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Hr further information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla.  Tbs Assassination Orrurr«4 Twenty-Four Tsar* Avo awd tho Murderer Has dust Admitted tho Shooting on HI* Deathbed A Dotier >te Gang of Tiro Hug* In Ithode UUuu-Rlg Jewelry Bob. her? at Kansas City, Kaw.  Norristown, Pa,. March 7.—Tho mystery surrounding the killing of Dr. Joseph ll. Levering, of Lower Merton, twenty-four year* ago, tun* U. n cleared up by the dratb-b <1 < <u.Lesion of John O. Hendereoa, who died in that pine .. Feb. 13, I SHU, J lr. Levering was in the act of putt ng away hilt team for the night and while going out of the stable Ute report of a gun was heard from behind a stone wall within ten fest of tbs d M>r in which lbs doctor stood. Tbs doctor’* r *i.l ntv wa* dose to Henderson's store hoi,Weott tbs villages of Rosemont and White-htU.  Assassination of Dr. Lever tag.  The unusual report of a gun wlUiin tbs yard of tbs dwelling aiouaed the family and the lif«|m body waa found two minute* after the shooting. Alarm and exert*-meat drew a large crowd that evening, and every householder Joined in scouring tho neighborhooi for tbs assassin, Henderson traits mg his neighbor*. An inquest was he ti but without rssult The excitement o ca*tinted by Ute shooting was slow to dis out. The lauding citi/ms of the locality, tn<-hi ling Henderson, issued circulars, offering a reward of ll,OUI for the apprehension Of tbs murderer.  ( iTSieMsd the Cries*.  On Tote lay, Henderson being sick and fearing that he eras to dis, called ids family to his bedside and iu the preeeo«“t of th* family physician coufe*«Mi to kitbag Dr, Levering in cold blood. He described the tragedy minutely. Henderson expired a little before midnight. He gave no raison for his Moody deed and tbs conf radon bee caused as much of an exciton tout as did tho trims itself.  ILLINOIS MINERS’ CONVENTION.  Firs Hays st Th sir Wark.  PROV I DES ex, R. L, March 7. -Tuesday night a gang of fire bugs mads a desperate  attwup' to coufuas the firs departments of Central Falls and Valley Falls by kindling eiDiu'.t -neons Area In several quarters At I  o'clock in tbs morning a Mr. Wilbur, who runs a grift mill, discovered a man in the ant of firing his tarn in Central Falls He gave tbs alarm, and Usa fellow ran The barn was saved Three other attempts at barn burning in Central Falls wen- frustrated In Valley Falls the big barn of the Valley Falls company, with a doasn horses aad a tall complement of mill wagons, was burned.  Tbev Adept tho Right Hear Nj stew and Formula'* Demands.  H phi vt. n * LD, Ilk, March T —Tbs miners’ state convention Wednesday (h clared in far ▼or of the eight-hour system, to go into  effect May I neat. Considerable opposition was develop*I, but the leader'' finally had  tilings their own way. Among the other resolutions adopted was one repudiating the present system observed by the bwss in curtailing the sup-ily of coal for the purpose of inmasing tbs price to the consumer. The I 'b islature is asked to pass a law providing for semi-monthly pay-days, ami abolishing th# system of truck stores; also far th* t-xamination of mine boss 1 *, Mw examination of stationary suttana-rn, for making coal screen! uniform thioughont tbs state, th • »m-«iid.i»«tit of tbs mining laws so ss to provide tor th* inspector I tor tbs pro-poettvc district or bdrm other co up -tent person to act as sealer of a eights and measures for the a»l justment of sea as upon which oral is weighed at th# mince Aw Invitation Ie Opera tora.  Every member of the craft in titania is app** cd to to a socials with the minim for tbs protect lea of tho la tercets of att, aa I the coal operators ars catted upon do me*! and adjust their grievenoui, many of which, from th* standpoint of th* miner, asem inexcusable. They ars ako asked to mast tbs rn hi -•re at aa early date ta a joint eoffventkm ami then adjust the affairs af th* ©oil minis# industry so far as to eaafena with fairness u> the soak of priors adopted al Columbus. O. Tbs incoming officers, with the help of the national executive board, ars directed tv urn their beet energies to effect union among all miners in southern ll Un-ae. and to appuiift a corps of orgsaia*rs to caw Vass ail the fields thoroughly.  IIH HEMM  Last  Work of Clubs at  the Republican Nashville.  POINT8 IN THE PLATFORM ADOPTED.  Building Lots for Sale.  Kilted tits Brother.  Philadelphia, March t—At IO o’clock In th" morning Dominick Taney killed hts brott.cr Michael by stabiug him with a sharp case knife. The tragedy occurred in a bouw In th* rear of HAW Mouth Ninth street, where the brothers lived with their st. p motlier. Dominick while under the tnfiosBee of liquor, cams into the bouw and began quarreling with bk stop-fnotbar. On being reproved by Michael, ha became infuriated. ami. catching up a table knife, .lith. I and harked Michael until he fell dead. Dominick is under arrest  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  ll Ile Good Cites of Alton ani Yiciniiy iDdodin latop Jersey Comities.  Blown Open with aa lafsrnal Machine.  Carrolltor, Ilk* March I—A novel way of blowing open a safe was that adopted by the burglars who secured all tbs funds from the United Express company'* office here. At first It waa bettavsd th* explode* had I ma blown through th* cracks of the  • ifs, but the aecut recollects that a stranger  care for  enter*I Hie oiUo# and asked him to a very valuable package. This was placed In the aals aad bas act since been celled for.  It Is supposed th* package was an infernal cmk attach  machine with a clock attachment  WHEREAS* It ha* Pleased his Royal Nibs,   1  remain with the Good People of thin chilly “FOR LOP these Many Years after align rat in# a System of Small Profit* ann arp Competition. Be it therefore,  RESOLVED, That we Consult our Own fS^S£8H*» when in Need of *2?°^ Gwids, ^UrriUNlL BOOTH, SHOES, FUBNWHlNO and DRY GOODS, to Call on  Swore Falsely as to Their Ag*.  Marshall, IIM., MaruhT.—Banal* Bryant and Lillian Mmton, ©f Morgan oouaty, Ind., were married bere In the oeuaty eterk’s office, both ewe#ring they were of legal aga A telephone mwwge was received in th* evening from the girl's brothers st Clayton, lad,. Inquiring if the marriage had taken  Ka- hero. They said that Bryant was but years of age aad their sifter lh Her family ware all bitUwly opposed to Bryaat and threatened him with a warm reception when he brought hi* brid* houaa  glotasi Strikers la New York.  Hew York, March 7 —Trouble is feared at tbs hands of striking employes of Bula-  haeh, Wain ice * Co.’* silk milM, College point (Iii" hundred of them went out left Th un. lav I c s use ob* of their mini her had been diorbr.rg'-i th* strikers Tuesday parried th-- street* sad prevented new hands lr,tut p ing to work. In th. owning the factory windows w-re smashed w.tto stout* aad other inlsrtta* Th# factory M now protected h> a sherifs pus**  THE GLOBE.  AND be it further  , w i,. JOLTED, That in ord«r to hoop bis HOYAL NIBS w.tb us  L^SlinR  wc  * M of u *     #end our  Ntigbbors to said    L  I 1LDKBRAND, for aU their Good Goods at LOW PRU EN, and » Copy of this be sent to TUE GLOBE.  A Train-Wreeher Ow** Cr  ITrrat ho. FA, Mardi T.—A special trm Youngstown, Ohio, says tha mystery of th# NWI oui attempts to wwck trains on tU N j pan**, in th* *.clnity has bosn cleared at last Deb 'lives have te.ni working on th* case for some tim \ aiel their .-(torts resulted In lh# erred uf I'-xrp* Easterly, st (bat plat* Easterly brob* doen and sum limed, rn pie- .t ug <>n* Jordan Tit.* object of their Irsfe-rafe attempts bs refires to  •***  Hair KA..IOO Worth et Jewelry.  Kamas OTT, Mo, March 7 -Burglars mitered the jewelry store of Boh J. Ihiu-aing, 4M Minlaw*Aa aveouc. Kenai* City, Kau., at an carty bour la th.* rnomiag, end diraotly under the full glare .rf aa alsdrls light br .dir the safe open with » tea-pound •toige-bai .in. i and sa* ared hi HUO worth of rtUm od*, Hugo. wateiM-. and cha las. The entrance wa* effected by forcing open tho (runt door with a crowbar.  CIT! GF ALTON AND SUBOBBS.  Committee.  h> custody, tart as ye* the pod.- ars not In pnwtrssto. (rf p. dll VS evidence ast*! oat any ut them A reward of IT.Ort has been of* fared for I he «otivlM son (rf the inurdrrvrs.  The Ktght-Hoar Day al Mllwaaho*.  Milwaceeb, Win, March I—A dec! ted revolution in lahor matters that urlJ be rath usisst Ic ally greeted by workingmen the country over wilt be inaugurated her* Map I. It is bow for tho first tho* positively known that (be eight-hour day demanded by tho building tradesmen will he granted by tho boson* Nearly att of the contractors in tho city ri«clar* that they wuuld grant the demand without a controversy. Th* work men, of cu ss, ars (*l«l>ratiag the good news.  WROTE HUMOR WHILE DYING.  Th* Amerteaa By st em af Prates*!** to IsitrlMR Industry awd Labor Demanded—Dew. I*aliw*r Absssssm th* Cand Ilion* lyon Which He Wilt De a Candidate far the United State* Renal*—Other Political Items.  II arb VILLE. Teon, March 7—After raft-tag oa the governor Wednesday morning th* fb pub I-.- n chih cuovectioK rocuo-funed and adopted a platform, which approves lim) neons a tidntst rat ion, demands the enforcemeait of equal rights in the south, rec* mmenda fad-  *ral aid In atturn-dim, approvm of govcrumcntai reg-uiattoa of oovpnr-xtwma, op po ass trusts, or Bs fur a Usability pension law, favors letttot reform, and commenda tbs rigid mforeemeat (rf tho slim mi’rart law. The tariff resolution Is as follow*: "We demand th* nain’euanr* uf  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120,---- $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150,  Alton st-, bet, Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Parhu  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very docp. Prioea from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Oror KHI Houses and Lots parts of the city. Call and  in  SCO  different  lint.  The (Mary af I*. H. It sl*H, th# HsmsrW, lanfltM the Pwblte I'm roe.  New Yore, Match 7.—The fund raised by the friends and rdinlrsr# uf the late humorist, tfi'dip ll. Welch, for the b*r.< fit of bk willow and children, haw ran bed the sum of f'.VI,UUU. Volunteer sulm-rlpti m w»r* re cai vat from mvu and women ta att walks of Ufa and to all parts of the world Tile story of Welch'* liuR'iriitg death from canc r, and the knowledge that white suffering groat agony be continued lo amuse the public with his merry quips, louclmi all l,«arts, and th* I liers received by th* fun-) coMuntt-tv contain intay few tug reft relic a to this sad ending of a brilliant though brief ca-  Congressman Mill** Aettwa.  Wamunotor cmr. March t.-Tte modest RepreaenlaMv# HlB.of Juliet,created quite a panic on the ftepoblioea side He doer not agree with the ret naiad--r of his party on th# Arkansas contested election case, hav-tog solas doubts on points of law, and attempted to ax pl aln his views at the (.-teas of the delate. Tbs tim# fixed for discussion bad been sxUautead and when HIU arose to ask the unanimous consent to addr re* the house he was silenced by loud '-ai * for th* regular order from th* Hapubliraa side and by shouts at "Let him •peak" from the Item-or rata He did Bot however, get a chance to explain hi rn att* and had to vote without doing so, but «rUi print his explanation to Th# Ret turd.  Philadelphia TUI tod hp Firs.  Philadelphia, March 7.—-A fir* at Dais ware avenue and Arch street did over IFO * OOO damage aad threatened, for a time, to bring about results far mon disastrous than thorn which actually oocurrad. Tbs firm* and Individuate which sulfur lorn ar* as fnfi-lows: R a Eastham, proprietor Quaker CMT Whisk and Broom work*. Id,Ort dam ag* to stock, Lummi*. I Venus A Ox, foreign and domeatte fruits, 113,000 daomge to stock; Albert D. Out, flab dealer, about 11,WO de maya to stock; Browning A Co., friuU and nuta. I* es not eat Im* ted, chiefly by water. The Ridgway estate, to w^leh all the buildings affected belong, lorn |!0,000.  .he Aiitei Kwa system of protection to Aner* cum iiMluftry and kUmr. tha p«licy that has hpen ideal ifiad with every period uf our na-lienal prosperity. Bat w* pledge ow sup-;s»rt to a thorough aad equitable rev tains af the tariff, to aa to adapt lbs protection It affords to changed bual nam eondttkma, and : we arraign th* DemouraUc party fur the man nor hi whish for years it ha* prevented the areomi Itetunmt af Its purpose "  Klee (ton eg OlUcers  Th* election el officers rssnftsit a* frrflows: j Prvsi Iont, John M Thurston, of N'ettraska;  (  secretary, A E Humphrey*, of New Ynyk;’ treaaurer, Fblneas Lonasberry, of Cocua-cti-cnt, aba a long lift uf vins preen tent* The report of the committee in favor of tedding the n«t conventual at ClnctiutaU was adopted Ab adjournment was reached la the evening.  Mlaaeewta I artware’ A III asea.  Hr Paul. Mina., Marsh 7.—At tha forenoon’s a mi. si of tbs Farmers' Alliance the revised cwslitutioa was adopted, the main provision of which Is to axel (id* from bersbip Bay persons who sr* md farmers. The el rtift of ofltenr* was commem**! the first ballot was mad* informal. H Hail r soft rad lid votes, Ignatiu- nounally UM, and ft scattering Doom-IU withdrew and Hall was chosen unaaunously. It a considerwl that Donnnlly’s defeat was ow lug to th* fact that he is too much of a politicise to be president of the alliance.  n  With the  ALWAYS AHEAD  lie aim of Leading iii my Line of  Busincfts I have Received a Large Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  3 The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Gofers, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG. at the Sam3 Price.  Dee. Palmar a faadldate.  Bprimufixld, Ute., March T.—The long-continued silence of ex (taverner Palmer ta rslatlou to his candidacy for th* trailed State* senate bae at last been brohen, and In a teeter to the chairman of the Democratic •tate central comm-ttee th* general state* la unmistakable language th* enact conditions under which be will accept the Democratic leadership hi the coni lux campaign for United mates senator The candil tons ars simply that ft ha th* seutftoeat of the dele gales to tbs state sonventkm that he should run.    ___  Th* CltizeKft of 4!ton and Vicinity are Cordially Invited to ('all and Examine the** RI'GS. I am not afraid of an IoapauUna af their Quality.  A. J. HOWEIUU  oval -OO tWOS AMO Buts  ive* $104o rs 175.00.  Will Let Pp (Mi Carpet M aa e fast ar lag.  Bouto*, March T„—-Th* Auverloaa Wool Reporter saye: The kiteafttj of the deprs* ■Iou which pee Valle in tha ingtnte carpet making indaftry bae rseaite I la a eoaeerted effort bv manufactorsrv to devise awens of relief. A committee appointed some week* since by th* Manufacturers’ amort*Hop bm received suffictent support to warren! them ta advising a stoppage of M3 per aaa*, of th* looms now ta operettas tar aine month*. There Ie every reason to bait*** tie mend*tu>* will he put la esecattoa.  Kamas! (to rn gars Tesy IIL  PITT II M, Pe., March I—A telegram annouocc* th* sortaue Ulm*** of President (lumpers of the Amerism Federation of Iwhor Ha pssuml ihnmgh the city eo ttet-urdey loft for Toledo, ta sEosltenl hasith, but felt Ut there, sal was removed ta bb boom hi New York. Mr Hamper* had mods an engagement hi this city sad McK seep ort this week, but ttee# sr# postponed.  Weal a rempaato* la Dleastor.  Loudon, March t.—Tlw pmjsct of a Mf canal from Berlin to th* Ii*lur aaa bae elicited from th* Preach papers opiated* which may bs interpret d to mean that sh#* wily hope th* kakwr will try ft- Th* Panama canal is still a paiafui memory in Frame, and th* Gauls would view with mach phi-kssophy the perter!* of the Germaa people nu.l<-r#'4ng a similar eEp*rl-»*ca  Fell**man Killed by Burglar*.  Detroit, Mich.. March 7.-Fob«wman flhnenisk - wa# idiot Tuesday night white in fit of I'urx ars, and died at fto'eiodk  the pursul------ ,    ,    ^  Wcda«eday morning Thirteen mepec** ar*  Au laeeeea* tea* tesEtered.  Peal!*' vial i>. I!-*- Uan-h I John Q-Dosma who wa* * nteju *d to a term of Corte years in lift j«i.i ten Mary from VVilP temson «"Unty in IWM (or an am* ult urn* a  Bi IO or ll year-, ct ago, tem been pardoned Gowi tni F»f*r. Tim vie tm ba* grow* to womanhood aul now make* sffilavtt that Dewne wa* not fc r amal ett!.  titan Imretofove  T* Raise th* Frto* af sugar  New Yore, March t.~Tb* hun my* thai the whole**! • grocers of tbs country hart eomUned to rate* the ml,Im: price of sugai ft cent a pound Th-y ftaiM that ite-j have lawn tesdag rro »#y tm sager I If they sucesmd kl their suteiiw It the people of tile country $7,800,010 per annum to* their sugar  A Veaag Lady tiaraed to Itoath.  OaxEAFtUJL Ate., Mid* f.—Mh* Emms Morgan, a lf year-old daughter of Rev R G Morgan, of fl<a eraviite wan anat to Um field to kindle scene hr us’, he »«, end hoi Pithing caught fire. Hue w«s buta-d to a tTisp, ctily toe w*l«tJMOI of tew dr-** betas left on h -r te-ly. Rh? Uv-v» five boars, auf fsrteg xr-at Agony, uh J d -cd  Will Vet# Together.  Emporia, Kaa., Marsh f.—R*prreenter lives of the Farmers' ellianra, the Industrial na km, th* Farmers' Mot tm! Benefit aasoeta-Una, the Patmae of Husbandry and tbs Knights of Labor beta a meeting her* at which it was decided that (Bombers of th* asaeotettna named should vote together and Irvawpectiv* af party upon quart tow affecting Urn interests of efther. Has delegates disclaimed any iatenttou of ocganixhng a aew poftMcal party, ^ i-i>ii>-lliill< .  Fill leg tees Legislative Mrs*  Db* Moi sea, la., Iftrft T.—Ia joint oen> v ani tan of the iagte etnr* R C Mc Mil ten wet: skirted harden at the Fort Madterm panttesrtiary; Marquis Barr, warden of lh* Anamosa pesdteeUary, fhmrg* H. Rags-dals, stele |>rtoter; Otto Neb*»n, state tender Ob tha rtcctkm for I * Madison warden, Ha ac hilt Oadopra teat), who took part in the HepuUknn oau -uo, bolted the nomiaar ti. >o and voted tor Mw Democratic nominee  TR ROW ABIDE YOUR FURL RAUS HS AVD INVEST IN  (iarland Stoves and Ranges.  A Revel f* rn posit Ion.  NBW York, March t~Lasryer William P. Burr of Mu Broad way, who bae a large ellaBtels asauag European capite list*, has just received a carious proposal tram a German named AnUxtsailr, with whom he has had considerate* burt nisi* of a financial nature The propuaal Is la the shape of a letter, evidently written in perfect good faith, asking him to find wealthy American heir-asses as hrldm tor impecuaious Kurupsan princes who ar* to be furnished by the writer of th* letter The two agouta, it Is proposed, shall die wk- the oommieBioes to be obtained out of the iodiea’ fortunes by th* tacky brfcingrooam and by thorn paid to the proposed raatrhnonlnl hrulMreg>« firm  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in lira: City.  Granite iii Japanned Ware. A. L. Floss  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone ti.  Th we***tog Letter sa the Guar. fir i'trtn-auM, March V.—Th* mar has luedved a tetter from a woataa signed  TV bol o k" va menaacmg bim with tho fate of Peter 111, Paul I and Alexander II on tew  he imsilties bls present reactionary policy. A eopy 'rf the tetter wa* ssot to each af tho min tat sr* at lh* sam* time. The pol ce have been instructed lo stem extraordinary watchful!**-a, ani to make aa active search for person* emqwcted of being implicated la the * riling and sending of th* hrtterx  i  IU  I bm UBR receiving a large hod vane') stack af Cia*hi, ii ak Ria prevailing abadaa, for Spring Suite, which I am pirpareg to meta ipiitR  Pashionabl© Styles,  SOA BAKT SUKO  Most  Frestaoattal FoaUwneter*.  W asb in o Ton Cm, Marsh t.—Th* prodded t has sent to th* senate the following anmlaalkms:    Posts    urn    tors    Ghte—J. C.  Guthrto, Marys villa; M. C Mohall, Mar Ha s FWrry Wisnonsin D. C lUmingtoa, Mauston; l» K Welch. Baraboo. ladtena —William Rreaftmg, RJtnborgh. J. 8 Her I kk, Legraoga. Muiemth-O D. Hutch in sea, HBiftlsM. Ilitoote--T. J Hatton, Rashvilki, Aassrious B, Tinder, Moattostto, E K RoMrsan, IMhrhnry.  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  Rained the Open Board.  New Yubk, March 7.—A squad of pedes officer* raided Ae open board of broker* at Bawd and Now streets st I (A-tack IWmfay end sets «i the funds end books, end are now  br A Ila lf all porftee as prisoners who arere found Hi the - flies  H. C. G. Montz, 112 Thirds!  Ureal hwill Kataev Hilly. Rami.iu. Marcs I -(Hearting at th* baa  Caid Vt washer ta Wlseaaelo.  Abblaxd. Wk, March ft -The to | tar* (brough" or mot WTR Wkmaartn ranged who.,,, stott -ft im.     to *"    deqrsw    below    mo    W<  ^ I day. Th# snow is two (aft Veep In  ever alii help ess Is wsacom-; those whc  hinder me I will creek”  H. A. HOFFMANS.  No ll ML-102 lAisl 8,‘collil st  Ko a A*.EEV* r*»U  teitora iitoipei'f  Set of the provUrtA) -itet. at Brandenburg-alar* ley, E.upi-t or  many  Flrvbacka  "QUICK MEAL" pnm  Wa 111 at* (I  u ahull* K aru yen.  IO  COte ll 81 ovra  Laitot Five Ymm*  Jioo/ng, U uttering, fl^»Bfuij Mfea  \   

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