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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  #  VOLUME 29.  ALTON. ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20. 1890.  NO. 241  TO BE HEU) IE 1891  Some Amendments to World’s Fair Bill.  the  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  nu KNOB announces that he ha* entablished in a building purchased for the **•  m     purpose a SANITARIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many yoar* has convinced him that all diseases  onH be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patient* are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, anc! the surrounding are free Ion, an noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse ears, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangement* are as perfect as i* possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirement* of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pageout, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, eta., Is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr, Enos, and receives hi* daily personal attention.  Now Ooen  POR TUB RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further Information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  LADY MANAGERS TO BE APPOINTED.  Tlt#y Will Perform Nark Untie* a# tiny  *• •'fwerlkn* by th* ta in in tan ion—Hi* Debut- on lh* Hill iI|h>iihI by f'tinlr* ■HMH Imirtlt r, VV bn ''My* Chiral* Hu Proved It *■».*• 11 i i| ii Mi to W hat Wan Kipatlad of Her—Th* Hill I'uaml. WASKUNrro* OTT* March WI —In th* bouw Tubular imme (lately after tile approval of th* journal Candler of Miaul cimelia callid up for consideration th* world’* fair bill. Th btl! was rand in ex-tonao. An amendment was adopted pro-riding for tho apiiointinnnC of a board of lady managers to perform such dill iv* as nifty bo prescribe I by th* commission. An amendment wa* also adopted providing that oov of the me.nbors of the bo .rd cr sa ted to be charged with the selection of the government exhibit, shall be chonta by the Ash commission. Candler opened the debate, and expressed the satisfaction which be felt Iii tieing at tie to state that Chicago had proved itself bf ore the eoinraittas equal to ail tiiat had Iren experted of It.  I’»«t|M»ue«l to I son Can lier then offered an amendment, to be considered as pending, providing for the dedication of the buildings of the world’s fair, with appropriate ceremonies, Oct, 12, IMM, and further providing that the exposition shall be opened to visitors not later than May I, IMO, ami chee not later than Od 80, I MXI. He see I that this postpone moot aa* not asked by Chicago. After a short (ieisite the amendment wa* agreed to.  Hehten of New York moved to recommit th«> world’s fair MIL The motion was voted , down. The house then voted on tbs Anal passagv of the meamrs. It passed by a rate of yea* ‘AU. nay- 49  Proceeding* In the Mena!*.  The senate passed a bill to scald* the secretary of the treasury to gather full information as to th** condition ami preservation of lie fur val int taste of the gov*-rn men t in A'lO'ka. IL* Ammu * *«re agree>| to calling on til* pn sulent for copies of correspondence in regard to the award mads to La Abr* Silver Mining company; ami calling on the secretary of the interior for information as to lau.I patents issued to Indian* un- ; der the severalty act Hoer gave un ti ce that he would not call up th - Montana election raise until Momtay next The antitrust Mil wa* then taken up George addressed the senate in opposition.  aurar Mea st Al asittegtoa.  Wahhim.tox ( ITV, March Ti. - Dm -agar men came down in fore * ujkjii the Republican ne miter, of tit* ways an i mean* committee Tuesday. Delegations from New York, Phi la iel|>hia, Hunt* n a id other places repreaeuting the refining interest of the country, pi- it -te l to the Republican mem!* r« sgaiust the proposed cut in the dull.- on niger. They expressed themselves ss satisfl—I with a cut of 2ft per cent, A number of oongr*w»tna», representing western states apparel and argued In opposition to the refiners.  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.  FICKLE NAT GOODWIN.    |    PV nj    A    UTI  The Popular Cl median Too Prodigal st    |    UAllillJI  Ills A flections.  Br. Lol ls, March ti. - Mrs. Nat C. Goodwin, wife of the popular comedian, M lying    I    Hit  serious ill st tbs Boulimy* hotel, the result of the dose of poison which she took Sunday night Mr. Goodwin and his intimate friends insist that the lady took earlobe acid by accident hut an undercurrent of talk in theatrical circles i* that. Mrs Goodwin was jealous of Miss l*alwl Con, or Mrs.  Frank McKee, aho is Goodwin's lending support in “A Gold Min*." Goodwin did not return Ut his hotel Haturday and Sunday night occupied a box at Rope's.  Mom* Gossip Abow! Net.  It wa* at this time th* acid was taken.  When the poison began its work Mrs. Goodwin gave the slai n The titian-baired comedian was soon run down aud brought to his wife’s bedside. After the death of fa im first wife, Elisa Westhenby, it wa* regal* iud as an open secret hi thentrioal drek* that he had found a young lady who could make him forget his sorrow Th* young lady was Latta Farnd, rn bright and popular young actress The* were said to be engaged and woui I soon bs married.  Suddenly, however, Mr. Goodwin turned up as the central figure of a sensation by marrying the young widow who is now hts wife  Not a tfome-fltayiflc Mas.  Hhe was a mem ber of a v*ry e* pee table family, had considerable wealth, and amt never had anything to do with the stage.  Mn. (k>* .i wiii is under 80 sad very handsome Hhe thinks a great deal of ber husband, aud looks after him very carefully, particularly sines their child died, as »ha says ha has hem mort inclined sines then to get out and seek convivial company. Mr.  Goodwin spent a very delirious week of it bere and developed hi* old weakness for gambling for heavy sums  The* Ruminated Cleveland.  Coli-MHI a, O , March ah—Tbs students of tile Ohio state university held a mock Democratic national convention receoty, and no ii i. na ted Grover Cleveland for prest dent and Jams* K Campbell for vice prs l-dent. The nominee* were informed through a commute* of the convention's action, and a letter has been rsoeivel from Mr C.sve-lond in which he says bat the solution of the current political qu estions is of vastly greater importaeos than the political fortunes of any man, and be bo joe I bat the student* will aw their full measure of pol itkxtl duty la working for th* doctrines of true Democracy.  Depression of Mew York Agricultor#.  A in a vt. N. Y., March all.—In the satiate  Tuesday the annual report of the state ss-ssssors wa* presented. It says: "There continue* to he mark*! depredation In th* value of farm land* In nearly every county, and the depression among tbs farmers continues, w hile the prospect for improvement is not g< * * I. Many sissrt that after paving sip* owes they eau not reals* from their farm. sufficient to |#tf the Interest ou mort-gages, and csmscqucotlj thousand* of farms l-o'hng. and are falling into th** hands of th# rnort-i gags#*."    .  Kicking Against the Huger Achedfle.  NKW (ini kamh, March 20. —The commit ten app nu tad by the sugar producer# coneen ti* to h#M here March 21 t* prepare a protest against the proposed reduction of sugar duties, have made a report in which they declare that the change from specific to ad valorem duty would d-**troy tbs beet  Bill for the Purchase Land In Ireland.  of  IT PA SEB THE FIRST READING.  In Favor of Ike Hilting Members.  Washimwh. HTY, March ti -The bouse  tomJ  , M , omn duty WtlU , t , d^ t r.*y t---  committee tm election* have decided th* '  SU)(ltr m ,i u »tr)-  n „ w  bscoining established in cont***, ted case* of Pussy against Far ret t from the First district of Indiana, and Bowen against buchanan from th# Ninth Virginia district, in favor of th* sitting members, both Democrats.  M let the Best Thin  -TUE CELEBRATED ■  Jackson  And Waist  Corset  Combined.  -HAR  NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT.  Price.ei and 8125.  every lady should have  ONE.  NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN  Ms. Ming for Hen aid  MUlinery*  Boots and Ms. Hats and Cans.  EXCEEDED BY  Alone  I.  in Quality and Price.  A.  A Favorable Mcpart Ordered.  VV a sin koT<>!* CITY, March 28.—Th# judiciary committee of tbs house has ordered a favorable report on tbs Mil providing for an additional justice for the supreme court  of Now Mexico.    _  A Fen*Ion for Mrs. flea. Crook.  VV Awn i Nun >.v City, March aa - Panrall bas introduced in the senate a bill to stoa Mary Crook, widow of the Crook, at the rate of 88,000 per annum.  Proclamation by the President.  VV ami I soma LITT, March 3H.~ 1'rwe.leot Harrison has issued a proclamation announcing that the British extradition treaty will go into effect on April 4 next,  Helped Themselves Ie the Money.  RtM’HKnTxn, lf. Y., Much 88.— John  Bower, the expert bookkeep r who had the honor to unearth City-Treasurer Devi# crooked tv***, my* I her*- are ‘JDO names im a list he has of peru ms who before th# defalcation was discovered helped themselves to temporary tunas from the city treasury, lie toys #40,090 of the #8 '.OUK that dtoa;»-|w«r*«l does not appear to have b**m used by Ravia Where it ail went It is hard to tall, hat Mr. Bower is certain that much of It went into tbs pickets of the m«n who surround *«t the city Kill and llval off ”H>>ne*t dote” Davis sad his pick toga  Governor Hill end Hello! Reform. Albany, N Y., March M -The governor ha* san! a rn sang* to th# legislature recommending that both houses pass a concurrent resolution asking th# court of appeals to reconvene and give au opinion aa to tbs ooasUtutionality of the Heibm lei Hot reform bul The governor slates that he can not sign the htli it its |<res-ot slap#, as bs ha* a deep sotted conviction that certain of Its provisions ar# la violation of the stat** con* .tit ut iou lie says thai he has no mer# pride of <'pinion in this matter, and will cheerfully acquiesce when convinced that his viewa mrs unsound.  t IMS* Mf lh* Hors* "el* et Cbteego.  I CHICAGO, March 28-Monday closed *t**t I wa* undoubtedly th* largest horse sale, bota J m to number and pnc rn paid, ever held, basing th* estimate oti the proportion of I m>«* to the number catel* igu<*l ••Ute* wer* a ilks pleased and ti*  I shed the fact that Chicago is th* teat market for tho sal# of Hue »t.<-k of hut place in ■ ti,,- country, the average price l-ing ladler t «n that obtained either at New York or  I Lex legion TV>e total ml** numbered** b a i, sni»tn*lex J* all t * flSO.OG, th# aver* ' a'm twiag aland #:**».    _  lh. Flack IMeaeee « es*.  New York. March 88 -TV suit of Mary E. Fla<* against James A Flack arhat is known as the “genal** divorce’ case-was upon Justin* La wrens#* calca>lar la tbs «*-iMM-tor court TuceJay. At th# request of cetin# I cr Mr Flack, who dour *4 rn poti-putie.oen', ik- oast was set dot!, fur the me* JU I ti gH lay in A| HI  California, Ntiwaaka, and Kansas IV* chang# in th* color Un* would also be disastrous to r eh oars and wipe out that Industry as well as the producing Industry.  A < bb ago Pioneer’s Wilt Chicago, March 88—4. Young Hoam-mou'i will was probated before Judge Kohl-seat Tuesday morning. II* toft bbl property to his children. To the surprbe of tho#* who were In court «tw estate consisted <*nly of #2.**) worth of adios furniture "All of Mr Summon’* property went to pay hi# debt*,’ said one of the friends of the dead pioneer, "and at th* tim* of his death I think be was inst about even with the win Id. Mrs. Beamman has considerable pro|>*rty of her own."  I* Order Ut Increase the limiter of Irish Land told# In Ireland Hr It Uh Credit Must He I sod—Pre#talon tor the Ro-laLllsbment of an Irish Lewd Ile|»#rt-ment Contained In the Hilt—An I a terete w with Pnmell—Foreign Flashes.  Lox DON, March 28—la lh* bouse of commons Balfour, < fau-f » -crotary for Ireland, Introduced a bill for tit* purchase of land in Ireland an I for the improvement of th* poorer and more congested d< st riot* The bill elm (>rov I rn for the ref abl shiiimt of an Irish land department. Balfour said he beloved that every party agree I ta tbs necessity for Inrrmidiig the nun)tier of oucupJ ! lag ow liers in lrciao l. In pr>>pia4iig the formatkm of a land dspsrtui n* the complex nsturi of the qui st ion presented itself. Thor sr* sow no fewer tiisu 8v* Unlins for th* valuation an I sal* of land. Th* hill prop* wed sniatgumaiioa of th-a* into Oar body. (Crim of "Hear, bear!"] R girding th* question "Ought t .e lau.l pur hose bld j Im* compulsory F the government anawerel . no. C<*mpuliiion should be u* *d most spar- j bigly thou.col Irish cheers] Rut wh o just I ft* I by necessity It should be applied.  I Ministerial cheare ] Coin pulsion could not  1  he * n- -sided. If they romped* I landlords to mil they most force tenants to buy. Th* most cogent reason against compulsion was that they coaid rn A make the bill osnpul-tory with,mI applying it to the whole of lr# lend  A Twenty Veers* Hemal.  Th# government mw no possibility of th# Im nm 11 it# coom mutation of such an ettor mons transection ss the compulsory trails fer of the Whole land of Ireland from th# existin; owner* to the ri»ini( lo upun. (“Hear!" “Hear!"] <hi-in th«*y to tbmw any risk npoa the British tax inyvisl  T h« government again answered nu Much a conn** was practieaiiy un)N> hi bi#. Even Brit lab credit could not be used for miry mg out the |*rops**.*>fat lf * risk to Britts! tux pa vir* was involvel. Hill B. dish ere 111, under {ierie<*t!y swu r-* cottdiMons, moat he used. (Peru* Ute tau h er.] Unless that was don* neither woutl to- lait Bord h«v* aaunuin* that he w« uld receive for the land anything i«tt»*r than waste pi|>*r, nor wuukl tv* tenant r env* *ui*taniv et md u ie meat to buy In >)e*liug with th* qu st ion of a> Iv aa ism to truants ta tiicm to puich is# the government ct*led against advancing tuor* ta • nty year.' rental  her ow raged Hath Parties. lh* Nil, h* said, enc • nag -J the landlord ami the tenant to lair rain a* to th * price o if ih*y fail* I to agr** ref riel the question of th# price to th land department, the cfBciii- of whk'b. putting a id# the year’s arrears, must satisfy th mseivesof th# bonn fi Ie# of the tmu sc Hon an I th it th# sc - ur.ty to adequate ami must see ’hat not more than tw nty )r »r> purchase to advanctsi. lh* dcpartmcni might nrxt issue a we mg < r ter making the tenant ti rn own r of the t>* 11 ag. ail arrears of debt* to landlord* Icing » jmJ out, the it col rents atolnM, an! he I nan" nut n possession free of oti>L*at ton, except th • pay nienlof 4 per cent y <arU up ut th* money advanced Thi* 4 jct r ut. he callel iii normal annui.y, hut daring th* first fivv years th# Mil requ r >1 tit# <#u ,nt to (my per >ent. of th# n t annual r ut. paaasd th# first fending  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $^0,  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. Park..  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses anil Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list.  i &  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  i uable  had de thau a  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  Our Prices  WILL RE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles--  Thou in KOY other hon*® in Alton. Iii co a M*q up lice of th* OREAX EXTENT onr SALES we ire enabled ta do Bu men on a VERY CLOSE MAROIS and it is a recognized fact I lint we Imn-lle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF HOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TIIK CHY. *  u. ji rn bitts aho was MSvSidejTotft.OC.  The  V  Uh  -AT THE  Globe. Alton.  Call anti See Us  Kitted b) Pallia* Gallo-  JMnriHJIT, Mick., Marsh 2* Frank t ar#  • work a an -mploy.4 bt rating th# Frothyt-rinn church to give » *•”* bust#**** ‘ l***k, WO# killed In %!;iy Mi WO'»»* by Isl i wail*. Au*di» a bren fc.b***! snoUefty ban days aga  (ok* Miner* sa flirt he.  i McoTTaaotu>, Pa, March M-lhrw hundred and fifty miners are on strike a* th*   1  Port Royal coke minus of ft. J. Re joey, because of th* discharge of six Knights of I Labor. Hay nay operates several other I mine#, and it to f«er*d th * trouble will extend to them alL Til# cok.rv of th# Overton works are locked out on sc* >unl of a dispute with th# company growing oat of th.- employment cif a non upton m#e two days ago Ov.*c IU! turn are affected  Death af e Promtaeut fleaiheraer.  LoOMVtixs, Ky., March tic-Judge VY ti bam U Jackson died in the morning at 8.4ft, at the Fifth Avenue botel of Bright 1 * dtoenss In th# fifttit year of his aga Judge Jackson wa* a meatier of Stonewall Jack-son’, staff during th# late war: was tau tonant-goventor of Virginia, and has pretided over th# Jefferson county circuit court here for th * pest seventeen years Ha was th# av-A prominent criminal judge la Kentucky  Big t eal Mine* Iterated.  N«w You, March 8ft.—A special to Th# Harold from Chamber lain, 8 D, my#: Ever sine# th# thous reasrratios was opened prospectors ber* boon looking far the eon! d#po«it* that are known to exist there News has rsachet fair# that some cilium* of Rapid City have located some big coal mins* lh) mile* west of hers Th* Indian* say that ss these Jrp-.it* ar* on their lauds they will drive the invaders out of tbs countrv  Sudden l»#ath el Father Donnelly  New Yon*. March 8ft -Th# Very Rev. Father Arthur J. l*onnsUy, died vary sud denly shortly before I o'clock bi the morn Buyers sod J log at hi* bon*, 8e3 Ninth avenue Father •I* stub- | Don Dally succeed Dr McOlynn in Hi Htepben's pariah until * permanent suroc*-w-r *u appointed, when b# returned to his usa parish, Bt Michael# Father Donnelly was 72 j car* of aga___  Arctdewl bb a t eat Plaee.  hnxasNiaiAH, Ha, March 88—Th# rope af the coal plan* at the in* Ii an Ridge colliery broke Moadty and e loaded car thus in «rated Usb# I from the top to th* bottom of th* plane and killed Michael Mu rite ton a Polish laborer A young man named ltohect Tempcet was ■*-»#relv inj«trwi Beveral men barely escap'd with their fives    ^  Close af tbs fliest# Coer!-Martial.  CKK ann, March 88 —Th# court-martial <# Lieut M I Hi od# hee eluswi with strocg testimony and argument in behalf«f th# defwnbuit Aa there to nococntuan lei of th# department of tho lf to** u rf, owl rig to th* I auh of Gen Crook, the fin bnf file court will be forwarded to Wa.Lmjton and It will be mad# puMlc at the discretion of the tigbsr authoritiaa  Til ROW A«II)F. TUCqitTGL EATERS AND INVENT IN  iiarlaiifl Stoves and Ranges.  rn  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have tbs Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in tha;City.  AN OBJECT ION A BLC MEASURE  What Parnell -ays 4HmmI lite Law#  Pur, lie.* HIU.  Duilis, March 28 —Th* Kre-man* Jour na! punt* the report of ait interview w ith Mr Parnell on the *nt.j,> t <f iii > las I purchase hlU. Ile mid the bill wa# atour I and objectionable in the highest degree Th# liability which the Rnghafa tat plyer will no! incur it to (molly pnpuasd to tran.for to tb* ir,ah payer that the object of th* go«-emment to to inflate th# value of Irish Und» lo sn biordimst# si tent to cbwrly dto ioa-d In Balfour’s speech, A fatal dafect of th# measure to that It propose* to giv# t o k«*al eontrol over Its wlmiobitrati>>n. In thai re*pact Mr Parn"ll said it to a long w#v to fluid Trevelyan’s WIL  Mr Davltt to equally pronounced again*! the bill as an Intidlou* proposal to give lh# landlord more than th# vain# of hi. I .n*t  Mr Heston -ay* th- Mil to Am# favorable to the U naut than th# Ash bourn# act.  Mech Ada Aflaut Natklag.  BUUfl, March ti—While riding tai th#  Thicrgartori Sun.lay afternoon the emjwror was ap|>roachad by a woman holding •o>in»-thing in tosr hand Th# «mi*ror reiswl in hi# horse, fib# ahi* rod- forwaid.au I th# woman wa. quickly arrested A pollcem io wa# found, and investigation sbowol that she hold only a roll of paper *41 petithm In lh# mean lim# th-rep.-i I spread rapidly that an at-tempt on Ute emperor's life had tofu mad#  AU Bm Mu wa# soon in exntciivut  auteltle of a Young A nut.  Pa ais. March 8ft —A yming Parisian art. tot, jato K'oaod, has kl lh# I himanlf in •  Algiers tocauM Ameli* Riv*« 4'hanler jilted him a bito they war# #tud)tng tog«tli«r bl Paris Her rd tuff* fall* I to damp his ardor ll# followed her to Algiers, renewed hi* rcurtsbip and received his final conge last Friday t’pue thn ha destroyed him I srit. leaving a sestetlonai ton- r a.kiug tot    nrevhiliiiF sfiadci, for Sprioif Suits, wlnuh I ara prepared lo make up la tit  •ymt toby Ret.aud had rental kabte (stout,    it    *  Heated an A mer taal. aiery.  Lg*«n >», Mart b <8 -la tho h atm of e>au* mon* hi,alday t vining I Leu 8 ,*r*-f ary Matthews. replying to an irqo.ry by l-atou-■■bere. denied that I tup ««w Jervw, aa atter lr of titvHlard Yard. iiaJ ever gou# into btteliMW' st D I Narks, near Bla*rid«i.’» ranch, fin the ftirpe of obtaining cli aim to ba ae*] toitoi e th# Parnell emi#n dun  Krills!) Kejreetted si Nu)»wltlyii*  Ewsi mar. March *28 -NrttUh I ’<instil Johnson arrived to re Monday He Metis that th# craw of th* British etsainsr R ia <)ecr were tiofnotted at Mo* .mb-; ie by or-■tor of tbs governor The offl vr* at lit# ship were ft quen 11* iistltcl, ait I a targv nuai bar i f Brill# 1  Judisu sa 1  j jct# have to* o Imprisoned in M.JtiunUqu  Japanned Ware. A. L. Floss  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone M  SHUM SLITS.  I an Dow receiving a lar^e sad vario I stork af Clo’ha. in all tic  Most  Itvles,  GUARANTEEING  and  Satisfaction.  First to a  Mil  Work i*a had the moi* a. I ting  Th’    In Hum I. ic Alt*l  In* • I! arch 'ti I to* q lorn, aucnai  p-n cd’> Princess Belt! ice, sailed Tues la,,    i s,    m g -a mute to Aix-h#*fia na  Ti. v hi    w»# fine, lh* tun stoa tag  to.* ti th    _  Th# iii Hi.Ii Pxtrsdiltou Treaky.  I,- o. dor. Mai ch .6—’Lh - Brit til cxtrmU-tii # fl a y with the lu'Ld H.nUw I* pub* I,stoat in ibm OArtd u»» tie. Th# treaty g*a> toto opei altun "# lh# ktb of April.  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  H. C. G. Montz, 112 Third st.  II. A. HOFFA A  Flrcb ickM  “QUICK MEAL" Prier*  1(H»-102    Hue  IHG I Al.KR r* FOu  isitaiiiii  Wa*ra , it» , d  (J AAU Ll SE ii TOV KS.  IV A IM it  HtDVFH  to liHHt Five Ye*?*.  la* fi/ty, ( af tan* v, .ij- u*mu ai Lorn   

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