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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 AITON  ri/-v  O S(r  TT7T T?riR A ltL JL IL Ari u ll Ar ll.  '  v r.. •  *  I •  ->i» *  —-  a I.tov iii    WEDNESDAY    wvvivr;    maw'H    19.    iftcm  “ta v«# A. * q -A * -* m re* q    VT JX..M rn...* sa 4    ta.-' 1 ' .A. A. A.    A4 f A«C4» N dta.ta. 4 Xhta"» ^    to* JI * ta AtV -ta ta    * MV *    Ate "W ta* W •  V#\ OOO  AV VI M««/  Relative to Government Loans on Real Estate.  HE GIFES HIS VIEWS TO THE SENATE.  Th* (loud ('ml* Kant Might Ro la th* Mini*; I.owning B«ota***~Clvll h>r»l«* H* form or Foulhr Artdrmmt a lattrr to t'ongrewamon I* Which it Wit rn ber of Quam I Inn* sr* Asked—Dcuth of Ex* I «>ngr#s«nt*n I nu I hp*—Chital Itnna.  W ahiiixotor (ITT, Mr rch 12.—ftenator Stun lord in presenting bbl rmotation to th* ■ imt* rotative to government loan* on real astate, Mkt:  “From th* .aril* st civilisation (her* haw .-xtstcd in al) countries a need of worn* com* moi]tty that will stand ss a ivprreuntatir# of value* through which exchanges can he mad* without th* commodities tbenwlta being pnm««l from hand to han<i In process of Mm*, gold and silver cam* into us* for th*  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DB. WOS ttmovnoem  that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  IBs experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases am be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the to at fan t supervision of the physician, and with the ald of means not other-wta# at command, than when the patient* are seen by their medical advisers si intervals of several hours or days.  Th* position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free been all noxious Influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from lowledge of sanitary soienoe and the requirements of auch an institution. Hectricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, asge, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided a* may be required by pals, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his dslj personal attention.  Now Ocen  POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Ftr further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA?!, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  lr th Hoot Citizens of Alton ani Vicinity lactating tenpin ai Jersey Counties.  WHEREAS, It lias Pleased his Royal Nibs,  Jo remain with the Good People of Gds vicinity “FOR LO!” these »tony Yeare after iBaiiguratiiiir a Hyateiu of Small I rout* ami Sharp Competition. Re it therefore',  , RESOLVED, That we Consult our Own nter*HlH. when iii Need of    ^  CLOTH INB, HOOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING mid DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FURTHER  HESOLTEI), That la order to keep bb ROYAL NIBS wit*, ria jwhils longer we all of us agree to send our Neighbor* 'to •*"* '  A- HILDEBRAND, for ail their ( : ood Good* st LOW I BK Rf , sn * s Copy of this be sent to IHF. GLOBE.  CITY OF ALTON ASI) SUBIK.  i    Committee.  t jct,a VO st ax re tan. purine of equalising excbangr, and to-dsy when stnmprd by r##|x>n*ible governments tiime meta * have a value aa money far be* yon I nay gnasHd# vain* they might have were they only mal in the arte But it is obvious that their value aa legal tender de-den<!a ss much on the government stamp aa dot a the pep V which la stamp'd by th* government an i made legal tender.  Money awd Property.  “Money become* valuable aa it stimulates industry and facilitates th* exchange of the products id man’* labor. Property itself is valuable according to the uaea to which it is applied Thu*, supposing a man’s wages Were ll a day, #100 would employ IOO men one day, lait could th* product of the labor of those IOU mea be immediately utlliid, th* flUO might give employment to IOO turn every work day la the year. Th* government bood is valuable to the hokier on account of the interest it earns. Ai an energetic factor in the transact too of men It only amount* to the percentage which it draw*; lait when the bandhuhter, by dspoeHlnf it with the govcreiiu nt, nevives hack tai jwr cent In government WK OO per cent of Us value b comes energised into an active cornin) "hty, giving employment to tho erergu-s of the country In ilk* manner, if the farmer were aide to borrow from th* gov crnnie.It, without interest, a certain amount of its MIU, giving bls farm aa security therefor, to that extent Ida laud would    aa  active force, an t he would be enabled, while giving employment to th* extent of the money loaned him, to improve his farm and increase it* vain* to the full amount of the bam.  Woald Do Double Doty.  “Thus the government loan woukl 1st doing double duty. Now, the activities of this mousy do not terminate with its expenditure by th** farmers; those who have received It sn their turn Witt make us* of it as energising factor In tim forces of We lo art indefinite' perkxi As money employs libs It brings to life a continuing force— labor bm gait log labor aa certainly a* it* fruits are valuable. Another way by which wa nan appreciate what money actively used may perform In th# wmtiroent of balance* U to be found in the teal anne of commodities pro ducad and exchanged compared with the amount of money In dmaWis#. How far th* boundless moore** of <*ur country ahull be put into activity <I*-pends •** «*‘y  U P““ the active Industry of our people, trait upon the power necessary to induce that loduatry; and it should be the fostering care of th# government to se# that such induetry reb cvi yes every anoonragsmant.  fro! VCI toe of th* Ueverwaaent.  “An abundant supply of money mean* to hkdividwala of capacity a field for th# nae of their ablUtie* in pruew-uUag their varkiu* (ailing* of til*, and will tw particularly valval. J© aasociatkma of individuals by affording them facHlti w for obtaining capitol hr |K» tram*cli-— of every bal of busine**. Aa ahull lanes of money mean* universal activity. bringing In Ha train alt the I. seeings that * belong to a ^msteatly emidoy"d, Industry 'i», intelligent [eopla If threw pro-IMM,si luaus could be mad* by th* guvern-olvnt without risk I do not think there would be any serious dwtacte in the way *4 the ac-aomplUmmt o( th* object of this reeulu  U<in la bit opiate* M*pti ppoteiitea wa* be aff noted the government lf it limited tie lo*M to OD."hail or *re quarter the as*re**l value of the property giveu as aecnrlty, ami o|- n th# appraisal-* of f«varn-lueot officer* especially selected fur that duty.  I be it altitude et Tollers.  -it sw n.s to nu- that th* great thought cf humanity rh»ukl be *»..w fie advantage tie. great uiulUtud* cf toiUre, lu«-rec*e tbetr of  t  .reduction, ami stevate their co#* d.U'Sv Ho kn. w that a greet improvement ie within the (.tovtatoo* of Providence, ami rn th. pr>Miwrity cf th* mao** of th* preupte the prosperity of all is sacred. Man la the rightful Mr to isaac* cod prosperity, aud very much depend* upon this to4*Ufg*a» of governments to reprswet the amuctatod  repent** and Interact* of the who e It la  one of th* Sacst .df«rtive means of placing Ct uua-i’s dlspoaai the bvt* tiihsrsnt in th* value of property, in thoroughly furnishing a bountiful supply of money towed upon un quest.* led ana secure 'UU**.'  REFORMER FOULKES QUEST IONA  Tbs Hoosier I l*H Sendee Reformer Afire hum, Inlet rn et lo*.  Wammus * Cwt, lurch IE-William Dudley Puulke, the em.ueet Hoosier civil wrvwe reformer, ta <Hl butat} engaged to Washington City cotta ting statistic* «** all fit*, phn-esof tho auh*** off civil aervkc* reform Mr. FoulkV# latest attempt to Infurtu himself en thh Implant que* th* is wade to th* shat** of a Ut r addr-wMvl to m«m  tors of SU nil . * a  vrh-'h to* asks a uumbar  of an sti-'i •to th- f d*ral patroaage rn their rssprentve dis r-cto H"«rewf th.- < *«-wMHBMHi a-Wrewsed im vt lew. rn* impolite aa not U answer th* litter, which la a* follow*• -I ma nffui I in th - work ai a «<>mmittoe wh!rb ha. bren apomua to ooiiect, among  ghcr thing*. <o t«* stat-sticel iefo 'iuaUen in -oganl to app Uwtton* for positions in the aden I service, I know th' large demands srbich are made upon y<»tir tirnv and am sorry to tr< pass upou It, even to the cm alinit <k>gr-ie, hilt if you have, in any form coneen mu t and aooesaibSe, tho moans of giving me information in respect to any of the following matters, I should be ranch obliged to you if you woald kmdlv toil ut":  I How many appUcati >n* for oflk'* have you r eel red daring the poet year v X What Is the avera')' amount cf «orres-p I line e which each to these appitcwtkOM tw-guirv!> o > your party X WTiat amount of time (either of your own or aecrctary or clerk) I * require I. ae nearly a* you can Judge, for coadncUng Ahi* < erre*v«>»-JaSMM alto for at’cmiing to ap »ulnIsmntSf I. Ho» many tolkrn are there in ) cair district or eta* where (approximately) where th# appoint'i>enta dcprad upon you?  5. Have any election* been beld in goer district to determine who th# appointee should lie, and if so, in how many instance*, whee* ami for A liet positions?  “By giving me such Informtokjo aa you could U[»on any at ttieec matters you would confer a sincere favor upon, yours faithfully.’’    _  THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD.  Proceedings to Both Brand**# eg lh* National Legislature.  WASH!SOTO* (.'ITT, March IE—Hoar oaltod  up in the sen-ite the reeolution for the excto-*k>n front Ute record of th# e n tone** interpolated by Cell in the report of his remarks in the disc mutton with Chandler a few weeks ago. An interest tog ilebate on the reeo lotion snaoad, participated ta by Oeorge, Hoar, Eustis, Edmunds and Daniel iHiring the course of th* debate El rounds aced an expression which Daniel of Virgin I* ooaatrued to impute th* crime of in un ter to rieuator Eustis of Louisiana. Daniel demanded that th* words of kktraunde be taken down. The prosed lags were then suspended to allow the stenographer to write out the oblational word* The words were read, and it devektpep that Mr. Edmunds wa* stating a hypothetical case arui aul making aa allegatum of fact. Mr. Daniel thereupon withdrew his objection and debate proceeded.  Moas* Pro* ceding*.  In the house the previous question was ordered cm the public building bills which pawed in the committee at the whole Saturday The MU* were pawed and provide for the erection of (Albite building* at Cedar Rapkte, Iowa; Ch -ter. Pa,, and Lafayette,  lti.1  TUE Cf 111 CENSUS.  An Interesting Talk with Superintendent Porter.  THE RESULTS HE HOPPS TO ACHIEVE  TAULBEE IS NO MORE.  The Es-Cewgressmae Blea tram the Effects of Kincaid's Ballet.  Waxhinutur Cm, March IX—William Preston Taulbee, a representative to congress from the Tenth Kentucky District in  th* Forty-Ninth and Fiftieth eon-/re** ta. who syne shot hi an alteroatkiu with Charka R. Kincaid, the Washington eorrsepon lent of T>u- Louisville Times, to th* house wing , of the capitol on Cb* afternoon of Feb. th, died Tu«mley morning at 6 oarlock at Providence iv apt tai    He died, therefore, without  j making any statement, and the case against Kincaid will rest •utlrs.y on the testimony of himself and two eyt-wltneesa of the tragedy, As soon as th# news of Tanilwe’s death reached podce hcadquartera, an oflioer was sent to KtooatlV room, be was awakened and, after he had dress*I, was taken to the polios station where he now la  Transportation of Goods.  VV ash I xutor Cm, March IX- Hecretary Windont has granted the Northern Pacific Railroad permlmlon to tranap»vt goods wholly by rail front pone ie Canada through the United Blate* to other ports to Canada, when the goods are placed In ear*, duly secured by Canadian seals ami ave od pan led by ma mf vat* to triplicate, and when luitod Buttes collectors have no doubt of the good faith of representations mad'. It Is expressly stated that nothing ta the letter of (wrnnwion is to be construed en affecting present regulation* governing tbs trampor-tatioo of goods front port to port to tbs United Hts ta*, or of imported merchandise to bond cr of good* waning from foreign noun trim and desttasd for Canada.  Th* Iroquois al Fort Tow aread.  Wamwotox UTT, March IX—Tbs navy department is informed that the Iroquois baa arrivsd at Port Townsend, Wash. Com-mandor bishop reports that on Doe. 2K, white en rout* to Hamoa, an accideot to the machinery compelled him to proceed Newly by steam and sail. He then started haek to Hoi otate, but the ship was driven by aaa! winds to latitude 48 north, a distant*- of X-VD milos oat of bar cam Westerly winds then est ta, but being on rediteed rations, and th* coal having given owl H was found necessary to put to tbs nearest port, rn tbs Iroquois ran for Part Townsend All on board are r#t«urt#d walL  Ksaissted Se th* taunt*. Waxhimutcui CWT, Ma reb IE—The pree-i lent tow teat to the senate the following non it nation* Lieut. Col, William Bm I th, deputy paymaster g'-nerai. to he paymaster general with the rank ai brigadier general, Jams* A Wood. at New Hampshire, to he consul at th* United States at Rherbroufeet T. K Fmito, of Bt. Paul, Mian, to bs supervisor of ostisua, Third dtetrx* of Minoesoaa, vice W H. H. Johnson declined; Georg*  0 Briggs, .postmaster at Grand Rapids, Mich.  Chia*** Ii ere Sea I# (annot I and,  Wash I rotor Citt, March IE—Anting upon toe advice of the attormqr general, Bec-retary Win dom has deckled that Chinee* merchants, coming to this eotuatry tor th* first time, l'Tovided with the certificate pre Bsribwi by seetion • of tot aet of July X ‘NM, cannot ba permitted to land to Ute United Mates, not* uh-tendlug the (art that they ar* not Is borer*  WwnsM tails a Mansion.  Wa*hih«1or CITT, March IE Relator Biter uiau has rn Ad bb large brick mm known rn to* Huston bouse, haring btwn txxmpiwl by the war •w-retnry. for 840,UUU Th* block at bottass of which tote is on# Ie to tbs moat d*eiratee pan of W ash mg t-rn City, betag on the fasHunnbt* K street, tawing south, and ovw look tog Franklin square.  Blee Gate af taaataea.  WaaniRUTOfi Citt, March JA—Mitchell has introduced ta tbs suoate a tseoiuttoa providing tor an amendment to the oonstitnUoa to make the election al -nature by the •Qualified electors” toetsed of the legislature of each abate    _____  Hwmaslats Oppose to* Beaaett Law,  MiLWaOUH, Win, March IE—A protest against the Bennett scb«»d tew bas'  signed by ArehbMhop Here*, at MUwaakes; Bishop Kteseh, of Le Crease, end Bishop Kaiser, of Oman Bay. The protest eua~ eludre with a dnroand tor th* repeal of taw, and a wit npou H-*ntan Catholics fin op-IKM*- M st the poll* Th* prelate* condemn th" law in th* strung*** iangoag* a* fwinu I at vart,utow With American principles, ami autag-'ute»k- to the Ruutau Laiboitcebnrch ! and p. opl-. The action is ut Urn wRb taal * of ton Lutharnn*, and was e 4 unexpected.  The tSererd* of Every ( eaaty Beatster and R«*e«rder‘s (Mit* In th* Culled MI ates To Br Nee retted ter Information  Cont-'-ruing Fart* Property Mortgage# —Th# Fertheomieg Oast*# Will Be the (Joie! 1  est °*»e Ever Taken.  New Yon*.. I! rch IX—Robert P. Porter, sup'-rint'oidMit <1 tire United Mtotes census, wad at to it It avital - hot ’ uiut spoke bnpafully of the wt.rk he I# engaged upon. He had roils to th# city, be rat*!, to cooter with ex-Juign Cheries H Murrxy, wtprr-vieor of tbs New York county census dis trie! coutvrinn ( the methods to I* followed b- re ta getting the statistics required by the government  H IU “eart h All th* Rewords. Hu|«erii»t) n l-ot Porter also if»lp eneow-agingly of tbs results hr bop**! to achieve ta tbs aporia! bom* sud farm prop- rty mortgage departm at, • vtsbiisiie t by act of ooa-gress a« n psi t «if tit* v. naut .went He declared that when his subordinate* have got through with their reaper bv* task* them-urds to every county register no I Wtali'i office to lite Unkro will have ho ii searched, and that a vast fund of ndkdd* inloraiatioo will have bi«n gained concerning the farming properties of the land, lie le.pos to wimple u- tote i t a neb of his work to twenty day*  Quickest Census Ever Taken.  At present tow* are mw WO clerks employed in WashUigtca to th* preparation of the census schedules, according to Buj« rm-Undent Porter. Two hundred of them bure accommodation* to tbs fensioo Inreau, and the remainder are placed at other tai klinir* at the ext pi to I. Mr. Porter’s final stat resent was that lbs forthcoming census will be the quickest ever taken.  Wire Nail Mills Closed.  FlRBLAT, Ohio, M i reb IX—Moat at the wire nail mills ta Ute country, have shut down In accordance with an agreement which, it Is mW. embrace w-arly every manufacturer Of wire nails to th* Unibst Htaio* la re«tpou#e to att impi ry as to the reason for Uik uwiwrtnl movwtmut ou th part of tbs w r# aoli rnaaulS'-iu-'-ra «»t tn country a aepnrtnUii tout would «»niy say that “they have tout down and it bt mute o. iii* pubhvN Lumsms * It is Mated Hist this movenMMt to f«w the purpose cf forcing or tain mills which bar# be n cultism prices to com* tate the eomb«n* wuteb bas lima oo the boards for shout a year.  Building Lots for Sale.  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. Higtiland Park:.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtvlfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  • J  Over IOO Houson and Lota in different parts of the city. Call and see list.  Done! k Mal, SIO Belle street.  TI III Perhaps Mere Ie delist.  Tam , N. Y., Mure IX —FR.tor A War-rvu, proprietors of lh t ..nt'Xt f* mid' y, * I. * large steve tiuum; .dory, bavs bwm request d to remove lh* r iaietaeas to Julu-4, lite., aud th* comp i J lutlmai"# that Un* pro|xaitl'ia will lie saeptel. The s«i.rs business at toe com,am J will not iw removed st anc*. I ut Ss budding* shall be erected al Jo!tv! and lh# facuiites for man*-fee ure tocr«-**#'l there to** o,«-raimrfs of th# ouBcern will It* dfminkta*! in Troy. The coca pan? employs 1.8®* bkj mh'I ibeir payroll sggregatcs more than fii.Ck® MW a year.  Narrew Keeapr frow. Death.  TV h BXU RU, W Va., March IX—A Ctova-i«u.i, Lore tow aa I Wh-olmg pass-ng- r train jumped tbs trees un rn brkigs at Maynard, tjhio. ami there ass * narrow escape lr< m a terr ibis wrweh The < n» :m teft tie rails Just as th* train entered th* ta'tdg# and plowfd Its war usarty across, l-reakmg lh* ties and drawing ti>* hnkr and Iwggnge oar. The Urea (>p re wnapaay was un the train, and the gtrn made thing* lively The train arew aud many paMuntger* Jum,*«sd front th* car*, and one or two landed in to* wreck, tat were rescued  A Lightning Bun wa th* Bal I.  rWLAMUUNHA, March IX—A reit.arkabta run was mad* on th# New York division of the Rending railroad Monday. At 11.4ft o’ehmfc Monday morning a nnirobw of th* firm of Levy A Lewis relied at tbs Reading .gloss to arrange tar a spital train to carry severe! hundredaharee at stock to New York. Within fifteen minute* front tie tm* of tbs call Ami .tan t Unseal Bup-riuietdsnl Boa-bad everything ready for the start, whk h was made to Jersey Uty~W mil**— ta ta minute*  A Hems Mater Con (reverted.  LORDO*, March IX-Detective Muter, who as employed by The Tunes, has written a tetter, ta which be denies that he was ta Afret irs at kb* time when Mr. T. Herring Urn, ta to* detente in th* bouse of tx xxi mon* un tbs Farrell oommknton report, atecrud tost bs iMuarr) exchanged 'able di*(iaicb*s with Mr Hon roes, solicitor for Tit# Tlmss, with regard Is procurtag evkleacs ta support of the “barge* ma ie by Th# Tune* tbs Fsrneliite member* of the boo#*  Measles sad Whooping Cough.  Arai *R. N. Y., March IX—Th# ehildrea of the Cayuga orphan asylum are suffering from an epbtomte at maa.ls" and whooping Dough. Th# Aret cass* mad. their appsaranea on Wednesday bet and Monday out at a U* Inlet ll* ta (antre slaty were ck wa with   (he amt forty n uevitb who.,plug cough  Of to te Who have lb* Ut’sr dUwae all bat ■wen ar# included ta Ut number at thuw who bavs rn was kw  Opp*MTU I* Charter Hours.  Bani-IR Mareh IE—Th# revrrepotaleaee bef w.re, Her nu. ay and Ureal Ibuato rela» Me* |« th* scope of Us iatsrn-i'i.asal taiwr coo'«< cace ba# twca arete publ c la hi lait. re on the subject U>rd tkdtabnry, ti a Brut b prim* adi.mer. decilned to farer any sci em* loos mg to a legui rwirt tua of to. boar* of labor.  Hurdle Mae* a* Cwrydwa.  LoRDoR, March IX—Th* grand Interna lienal aurelia rare at Corydon was woe by Waterproof, alto Promoter Stroud and brownie third. Th# rare we for itaOset-sretgaa, distance shoat two Blites ovre ain* eights aff bunLm. Th*;# were alas starters  Deep*ret* Hattie with Brigands.  CoVkTARTlRorUX March IX — A terrific amounter bet we it Turkish Ump* and a haul of I sr ig aud# bas ukso pines at Blas •mm. Th# Turks a .omedsd to dispersing th# brigands, bot tow twenty kitted ta th* fight white tte- brigands lota cady ilx.  To lo Cand Klara bl.  iXjfJUTIUA. Ky., March IX- Aaron Bt bn, the no « • Modi tai ta eyer of ti airify. Mid Judge H»rgt* to* well sn >w« Jurist of Kt etu-ky, bxv# t .en re «rg •* • y KtuoeU’s Katetnc.y irtsuds to dklsttd uuu Mi bai trial.  ALWAYS AHEAD  With tho aim of Loading in my Line of liuHincHH I have Received a Largo Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in iii Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Samd Price.  The Ciliirnt of Alton and Vicinity hro Cordially Invited lo Call ami Kx am inc these RUGH. I am not afraid of an !napfifili«n af their  A. J. HOWELL.  oven mo (wos mo tut! raw |1 Tsp re ITS  TW* Stew*.  Hut TSM TUM Nth.  arr •  B^|)jSr . a  THROW ABIDE YOUR FURL ll AT KUH AVD I* VSNT I>  liiirliiRd Stores and I!angel  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in thef City.  Granite aid Japanned Ware. A. L. Floss  Third Street, opp. Belle, Telephone M.  I am now receiving a large and vane i stork af Cl#’Im, ha uii (ic  prevailing shade#, for Spring Snit*, which I un: prepared lo Make up in the  most  ihionable rvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz, ll 2 Third st.  onih ll. A. HOFFMANN.  A7ei&& , A><> 100-102 feint H-coud st  a Al.Fret loll  '^FloDilBiiiSipriir^  Firubacks Wa» ranted to lust Five Ynii i.  “QUICK MS Al” UA8ULIXM STOY SU. Hoojtiy, GuMerresy, 5/t^tasrw af (tow IVuMs    JAGOW    ij   

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