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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 20.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7. 1890.  NO. 251  ■ ■■WSM  PIMM FAMILY. 1   Sensational Affair in a Suburb of Chicago.  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  nu ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for tha **    purpose a SANITARIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases  c«n be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the gong (ant supervision of the physician, and with the ald of means not otherwise st command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers st intervals of several hours or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by th® Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect ah is possible from I knowledge of namUry science aud the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all it* forms; Oxygen and its compound; Baths, Douches, Hsssagh, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa-ieubv 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., la provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hie  daily personal attention.  Now Owen  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  F»r further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, comer of George and Third its., Alton, III.  Under tile Si  Mi let tie Best Til  QUEFR CONDUCT OF A DOMESTIC.  Sh* I’aretiasea Haugh on tints st rn Drug Watt, It.'Inut** ta t at tip Mapper, and Him ItUnp|Mpnrn- Tna of ta* Victim* of th* IUR Crim* Aire**!)' It*ad —Th* (Mini Two Nijr Rcruf«r—Sn Caws® for th* Geed.  ( HK'AGO, April 7,—Englewood, on* of th* recently annexed nu tm r In to this city, hi exited ov«*r a poisoning my»t*ry which prorate-* to develop into Ona of th* mutt perplexing sensations that quiet suburb baa ever known. Tin* present indication* ar* lint lh* cts in ohm of murder. George P, Newland and lib family, consisting of a wife, a ■on, ami daughter—both grown up—hare lived lor years at • (-SIH VVal anti avenue, in a palatial residence. Mr. Ne*wlaod wa* a well known resident of Englewood end a retired real estate ninn, living on the ii,tores! of bk accumulation* Friday night all four momism of the family wer t taken violently IIL Th y had eaten nome autoed corn for sup* lier and tho supjsmition wa* that they bad br n poisoned iii that manner. Medical aid wa* called In, tut in spite of all that could be done Mr. Now Ian I, who st-euied to have been the moat violently attack ><1, expired about 9 o’clock Saturday morning,  IU. (relrlier's Ntury,  Tile red of the story can teat be told in j tho word* of Dr. Crutcher of TS State street, who live* in Auburn (Kirk an I was aum- j monad by a fri<*n I of tho Newland* about Bnj?) o'clock Saturday morning. “When I arrived at the New and house." said the doctor, “I found Mr. Newland already dead. Mr*. Newland wa* dying, ami the indkw-lion- were that che h id bean poisoned by j angule. Sit# bail suffered all the symptom (rf arsenical poi* iring, such as intones burning at the stoma 4t, vomiting, Ibirit, drinking often ami little at a Unix, an i there was no i’oubt in ruv mind that dr* had in bouk-mann r taken a do** of eras!de. Shi-was  ;  in a state of a>nip!eta eoilap*. when I saw i her, and it was vi lent that she could not live very mu*h longer. The daughter, lire.*, who wa* j*»i on*-J, is still quite sick but wl I undouh! -diy recov.-r. N -lib -r she nor bor broth r is aware that their fatb *r k dead or that '.heir mother is not likely to re over. All the patients are kept in separate rooms. Young N wland, I have no doubt, will ako recover.  Mb* Hen alit Rough on Rats.  “As soon a* I sow that Mrs. Newland was beyond all earthly help I buut <1 up the 'Ban of corn from widt h the family bad partaken and examinei IL I could see, on a i-t*su ii ) I exam) oat ma, no reason to be.leva Unit tho family had b**ii pokoaed by partaking of the i orn."  Toe doctor then wi*nt on hi tell (rf bl * suspicions in th • case, He foun I out, it seems, that one of th • servant* who hs I bom em ployed aUwit the bi else borrowed money from Mi** (free# Newland with which to buy ■ome niiiii inc, m she claimed. Tile girl returned at night but ate no supper, and, it is alleged, Las disappeared, Dr. Crutcher say* be visited til** drug store to which tilt* girl went aud was told that she bad purchased th re “Rough on Rats," which contains a very large pv oat of arsenic. A* th® evident* against tha girl is by no means complete l»*r ii one h withheld. The surviving memb ra of (tie family **y that they ain Imagine no reason why any on# should ab tem to mur i' r their, in such a arid tdoatod fashion.  Mrs. Newland Head.  Later — Mr* Belle Newland ak* died at ll oVioc* Balurday morning. Th® police  have ascertain--1 that the suspect* i servant girl, Emma bt-irk bought a ticket fbi I unlay in--ming at Grand (’rearing for Laporte, Ind., sod took the train for that point. Th® mal hat at Laporte bas been notified to arrest her. _  lh* Norther® (Id Regions.  Wimm-Ki, Man., April 7.—-Th® dominion government s ill shortly organise an expedition bemad by American experts to explore the nil regions in the far north, near A thai sura. Frof-aaor Dawson, who p****<d ‘brough the Inn •try, says: “lf th* iii lien-lions of oil ar* arrect, Canada has th- largest od-ten'ing -lotrod in th® world, comprising nearly UM».(Wii square miles, and ss the indicat ton* extend down th# Mack en! * river below Atbalsssca th* above area may only be a part of the oil-bearing country. Bouto of the Ukes and rivers in th* north are entered to a depth of several inches with od wflich has esudad from the banks."  LIABILITIES OVER $1,000,000.  Probability That Plummers* Creditors Will Net Get a Gent.  New York, April 7.—It is now reported that the natalities of /oho N Plummer will reach over #1,000,OOO, and that the creditor* will protMbly not get a cents' Th® first reports were that Mr. Plummer could not po* sibly pay 13 rents on the dollar to the unsecured creditors, Tills was a startler to the dry good* district, but it was a trifle compared with the amas-ment when the report wa* given out on good authority that the unsecured creditors would not get a cent This later report wa* supplemented by another stating that Mr. joseph IL Choate, Mr. Plummer's counsel, bad thrown up the cane when he discovered the true situation.  No Statement of Affairs Ready.  Among the creditors are several hanks in this city holding unsecured paper* amounting to git) I,(MSI. The assignee refuses to talk and Mr. Plummer is equally retie rat. The assignee of John F. Plummer A Co denies  SN  Cl  Batch of Interesting from Abroad.  Items  GREAT BRITAIN’S POLICY IN AFRICA  A latter from Air Samuel Raker, the Es plotter, in Which Me Ways I calami Usa Lost Position* Gained In Africa— Merlon* Illness of Ki-Iwjwrsr Dom Pedro—Boulanger Uoina Hack I® Prance—Purgers Ken to P.arth.  Lannon, April 7.— 8ir Ha mg-4 B iker, the well-known African explore r, has written a kiter to The Times indict mg the British government for it* policy, which, bs dock r -a, has led to the tom of all tho positions gained In Africa by til# enterprise of iodi-  ti^abHshed statement tiiat tte asse'* hive |    K    .gltehmefi.    He    ju-difire the alliance  bren foil.id to be practically nothing, and  that Jn«-ph H. Choate has withdrawn as counsel for Mr. Plummer on thai account. The assign## k not yet ready, howes i-r, to give an exa- t. stat anent of the grin's affairs.  MRS. SINCLAIR STRIKES BACK.  at  Another Chapter Is the Monsallna Cleveland, Ohio.  CutVBLAWD, Ohio, Apr!. 7. —Mr*. Clara Hinrlair, the woman who was surprised in  Dr. Binit b's office by ber husband and his detectives last Maturday night, has sued her husband for divorce in the court of common pleas. Bb# charge, her husband with restricting ber ll forty from jealous motives and with iniproprkrtes with one Polly Morgan, a clerk in his dry good* store in New burg. Bb# avers ou her going to Dr. Bmitb for medical treatment and put up the Job on ber to catch ber in hk office last Hat unlay night and put ber to shame. This, with his again bring lug her into disrepute by suing Dr. Smith for #25,000 damages, is the culmination of his long-continued tyranny. He has left her with only #'* and she wants alimony Judge Bleo* has enjoined Sinclair selling his Newburg store and leaving the state.  Over KIO Houses anil Lots    in different  UU**| |WHIir.| g«t BUW «*'■ SIS!    J    WXS    #X    /Til    I    I* A  few mon,bs regain th® equatorial part# Of tllO City. tiil I 2111(1 HCC 11 St*  by founding sUtions at V ictorla ■    *  bet wren Einin Pasha and Maj. Wissman, and says it was only natural that Brain should join the German government expedition, which will never imitate thy fatal example of the English forces advancing only to retreat  Of Na Commercial Val wa.  Fir Bsmuel pointed oat bow Uh* Germans may in a province  Nysnxa and forming an alliance with Mwan ga. King of Uganda, thus eventually security control of the Whit® Nik at Goudokoro, while England sill become master of the situation by gaining possession (rf Heftier aud Reseals. Kahrtoum will then naturally fall. Ha concluded bk kiter by declaring that the equatorial province k of no commercial value. Th** (vat of the transpor-ary gissw siore in    ta Mon (rf the product* of the province k ten  that he Bim sail Inslat rn tim „ g rt *t«r than they are worth. Legitimate purchases of ivory can not Is- made in the province. Bogland, he deciares, may well be content to be an on looker In that •action of Africa.  A “Mcrep * at a Preyer Sterling. RrRtxoriKLD, Ohio, April T.—A lively j ■cene Usk place at tis prayer meeting held from | the Second Baptist church. Mrs. Mary , Higgins and Miss Jerry Taylor, two leading members, became involved in a fuss over some insignificant matter, and so far forgot themselves that they engaged in a hair pulling scuffle bofore the whole congregation. Tile belligerent females were separated, and Mtaa Taylor bad Mrs Higgins arrested, charging her with ama ult and battery.    _  OTHER FOREIGN NEWS.  Building Lots Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth aud Market, 60x120,---“    $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. HigrtLlaxici Park-One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  ii  A. J. HOWELL  DKALER IN  OIL  CYCLONIC HAVOC IN ILLINOIS.  Grand  -THE CELEBRATED-  Jackson  And Waist  Corset  Combined.  HAS-  NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH. GRACE AND FIT.  PriceiiimI 81.-5.  EVERY LADY SHOULD HAYE OSE.  NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN  Goods. Hill for Veil and Boots id Moos. flats and Caps.  EXCEEDED BV  None  I.  in Quality anti Price.  A. HIL!  AT THE  Globe. Alton.  Call and See lo.  fxtorr'l People to Meat.  Pktkrhki ho, Va., April 7 —A convention of colored p*>pk of Virginia ha* bren called to b® h-ld in Richmond tin the 15th inst Bach city and county in the stet® Rte be re,-ic-ctited The mean - of advancement of th* colored rare in ndueattan. moi sh. and finaure aid be the qu*»!«m to tm considered by th* conv. ntion Hch uue* will sImi lie d«-vke<i Iter the jxtrclia*® (rf laud- kith® west in order that member* id th- rat-- may v.r* gate tbeiuw    Th    -qu etmn <>( organix-  lug, on -tritely itu*in w* prtnctpk* mxur-anre rempante- an t sav.nga hanks will com® up fur ('«>«»■ bi it  Ar ten Hay I® IIH wet*.  Hi'KiNwrixi.i' Ilk., AprU 7.—Gov.'raor Fifer ho* issued his pna'lsnuitioo «1 ■»ignat-i,i^ Friday, May IM, a* Arbor Iky Th® proclamation *■oscltsk; “I do mo*t exrn-ewtJy rec*•mu* wl that the pxopk * f tins ,twnm*>ow a t ii lay ast ie th«tr uatt .t voca- I Uon<«n l wult- ta a geu-ral olswrvwnoeof tho day by p anting vin *, irw, a»*d shrubs alatut our h<uu-*, aking »*ur itighwsji, around Mite school hi usa, Ut o*r ,«ark*, and ,,n„ r public grenada, to th® md thai our state may be breul tied awl rem*iied and tit-b. aith. flomfort, and hap|du®w- of our peofik  iWRSiMl " _      wmm   I**, (.liar tail tar Hamag***  Ol.axY. Bk, April 7 - G<-**rg- W Haw kl ll iso* it ought mil ti. th*- circuit court for #5,0Uli damage    Lot    W K. Alcorn  hoc®as® th®    spat rn th® face of Mr,  BaskuJ in a mom -ut of nag to, Th# preml-imane su i wealth of Cal Alcorn, and the ta. I that one- 1- fore, k th* y-ar is?*, h® committal a rimilar ./T ire fur winch h® ■and a judgment of #l» tnt to A J Mitchell of this cu r aud *<tW r * .«t» amounting to fs^eUJ a*W i*!-rw-t b» ti.- salt  jo«i Hr i. ii*/ Part to Tin.*.  Ilxi ira* I ti, April T,—Th® (krmnn strene•* I top a, from Moi I terr aiwan porks via Oikratiai- k*uod lur N nm York. arrived Fi ..lay si. ct of cud, alt r a fewf  4,t  liter*!! day*. Brew wretoriy ga .rn ani » igb as prevail-J ai* 'b- way C nu mg a Mid th* I iy * ur«* ii * ** I no us*. Bb— ho> dl5*' i .ga * ~mg re, a . I the last bullock SSI U- 'd had Slued a id it—arty- ail u—I.  and I. *y mm'« th® hurt barre! of Boar WUU. sh® tsa*h®d la*®-  Metropolis tat#** gal,.OOO and Tower Is Itestltwt®.  Bi’KiauriBhO, Ilk, April 7.—Adjutant Ore rat Vance, who was sent to sriuth^m Illinois by tho governor to investigate th® extent of th* damage Jon® by th.* cyclone, reports tho damng. at Metropolis at 9 an I upon prop >rty in that vicinity at lid,MU Fifty boun** wtsn* iltvtroy* I at M -tropilisanl a* many other* damag **L The injurwl are being ,>r.>{**r y cared few, I ut funds are needed. Th- work til rei'Uilding has coium-noed. At Grand Tower the condition is reportel a® much more venous I he sufferer* have not av.-ii temporary necessary shelter, and have lost -v-rythlng. They need money and clothing.    ___  anisil Cyclone in low®.  Mi rn xx polis, Mina., April 7.—A special to The Tribune from Clinton, Iowa, asqrst The littli city of Dewitt, Iowa, bad a small but genuine cyclone from the southwest Its path wa* but a rod or two in width, but Hev"raj buildings wert demolished, others unroofed, and sidewalks transplanted. A cui iou* feature was the transplant lug af a heavy porch from th® front to the rear o< a n-sidrece, knocking off a chimney in transit. A couple of ro*k on either Md® of the storm renter scarcely a br.mth of air was discernible. No on® was injured, but th® property damage was oonsiderabk  An Okie Man's Great Luck.  KraiauriaiJ), Ofrto, April 7.—Janie® Wood, a poor carpenter of this place, received intelligence two months ago that be was heir to aa immense fortune in (.'bester, Bogland He went over. investigated, and found th# report true. Ha, with four other*, is heir to #609,000 in land and money. His claim lias bere Ated in th# chancery court and be will get th® money ut a few week® Th I fortune was kft him by his grandfather, a sea captain. Mr. Wood returned here Friday night.  Cwt-Down In I.Iqnor License*.  I’lmtkuao, Pa., April 7. Bonne SJO liq nor licenses were granted bere for Pittsburg and Allegheny City Friday night, against Ui issu-d test y ar. Th- cut down in th® list for 'tm brought more than I,UM “speak-eaxi* *’ into -xistonca, and the court acknow I wig* * ta strtctive temperance wig not dc. Tit- lucky winners, with their friends and th® unfortunate loser®, besieged n«w»{>a|«er I olfi. *■' up to mulnight in    their anxiety to  team the    names of    th®    sucorerful    uppU-  cuata  A l>awg®r«ws Min®,  W ilk i s®*kmk, Pa, April 7,—At t o'clock in the morning a large number of workmen were sent    into th®    a.ffkiugs of th®    Baltimore vein    of shaft    Net    5 of th®    South  W Ukes) tar re min® where right men recent ly lo»t th r Iir*s They had not proceeded far wlteti a viol rot explore*! o-urre«i. P.Hrtuuately non-, of the mea were injured. The explosion k Iwlleved to have ken eau***! by Are still burning in th® high elevation of the shaft.  Prospect of a Row In Rome.  Loxnox, April T.—Th** announced intention of th® unwupkiyed workta-n of Rome to join in processio i an i march through the principal thoroughfare* on April Id greatly dieturt® the gov rmucot of Italy. Premier Crisp! baa held several conferencw® with his ooliewgu 9 (Mi the subject, and as a result has ordered that th® military suppr -ss the demonstration. Th* Uwuiers of the movement are undaunted, however, ami * lee I are that they will par a* Ic though tit# entire Italian army oiqsssi tbi*tn.  . •—  Item Ii a nit’s Pwssloa Play.  Panin, April 7.—M. Lainour« ux gave a  comart I mf ors a very large aud lance. During the entertainment Mn av IWnhardt in a (dinging white rob®, recited portion* of th® "PasMon Play," which ah® has recently Iren studying. Sh* was frequently apfdauded, lait toward the end th- amil -no- toms impatient and noisy. M. Hi rancour!, the aa-thor of th# play, was otilig -l to mak- an appmt to them before flay woald allow the performance* to proceed. Mine. Bernhardt was iUBirtftrl by Gamier an*i Bremont.  CARNETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  *  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER -Considering Qualities and Styles-*  Than in any oilier house in Alton. Iii contequeix e of tha GKK VU EXTENT of our HAL BS we are enabled ta do Buxine** on a VERY CLONK MARGIN and it ia a reo-ognised fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTI I KR HOUSH IN THI Clit.  WH BN EVER ANI) WERBVER YOU SKEITH Ii  OVER 700 KINDS *80 81/18  f«oe$10,ooTO$75oa  TMI (ll-.1*1  ALL Stilt IMH I SIU! MIU  la Probably from Chicano.  ll a am aal no, Pu.,Aprtl 7.—A distinguished  kxikiug foreigner who regkt»#d at the Button house on Wednesday as "Kohler Sinkage,'' ti®*-1 ta hi® room Thursday from ajsf pl**iv. Huudd i wa® Aret suspected, but the  |diy-iciane decided that a cine of biont an his brain cause*I death. K Ider wa* found —rrmr-f-r shortly before aomi airt died  Hit.- hours later He could not spsmk Bag-  Uch    __  Will aku! Howe lh# Mill.  Arui SVA. Me-, April 7 —Owing to the ex-■ cvediugijr low price of yarn ®u*l the high price of raw cotton,th# Benneb*c River Col* toe mill at Hallowell will shut down as soon ae the stock ou head ha* bawl <•» aru toed, which Will be ta about tea ley* TW plant Both im|*rovea»c4it and It k *loubtful if the mill will bs started again under the i»reeent  owner®.    __________  A *tocl*ly to Iwstrwel th# North.  Atlanta, Ga., April 7,—A Northern to-rutty h bring formed here for soctel purpose* and to ald in spreading correct . lea* in til® north as to lh® stat- of industrial and social affaii* in the ‘Hitk Atou' M"* n**rthem I- rn cltU tis attended th® pr* ihi .narv oieetmg yesterday at th® chamber of commem®.  Jay (<uiiId hut kick.  Nxw Yoax, April 7.—G org® Gould was aam in r* g®rd to the report from Bt. Lim is tiHd Jay Gould wa® again suit. Young Mr. UouM mid there wa* no truth In th® report and that he had just received a gram from hk father to » hich we® wnU  Will I’se the American Rugla®.  Bkhmn, April 7.—The city offlcia 1 ® who were sent to the United Hts to* to examine into the syttem of extinguishing fires have retu lied and made their report They speed! highly of th* fire department of (M-cago an I rwcommend the adoption of some (rf its feat urea In accordance with thrir reoommendatione th** city government ha* decided to supply the department bere with ■team fire en ft mw of th- American pattern  U*B| af Heavy Purger* Ken kiss.  Viexka, April 7. —A gang of forgers, who have been uttering spurious Hpaulvh and Italian kinds, wore run down an i arrested at Trieste Friday. The fee* value of the bogus imper they have put hi circulation is upward of ii,0d),iU! of franca It is stated 'hat a Urge nu rn tow of persons of high social standing in I suntan and Park are Unpluwt -i in disposing of the fraudulent honda    _  11 row wed awd Messer red.  Ny ox**, N. N. W., A|irU7.- Many marlin disaster* occurred on the coast of New He brills during March l*y the severe hurri-oumm that prevailed Heverai vessels were wrecked at Labour. Thirty-A vs mon were drowned by the wrecking of a vessel at Mal Iii* do, awl thirty otto r* who sUMwwtad in reaching the shore were massacred by  natives.    __  I lorn Ped re ttartuwslf III.  Cauma, April 7,-~Dop> Pedro ie in a erih taal conditnm. He was in a comatose state a part of the day In the afternoon th® sacrament was administered to bim. Dr. Charcot, who wa® »ummou«d from Pari® to attend th® pilferer, says that hts patient k extremely weak, Ult be i- in no imm*«tinta  danger    *    ____  IM.n’t Weal Them la Feria  Paris. April 7.—-The government bae, it k reported, ord-red a census to he taken of the G-rrnon* residing in th** suburb* of the city. The obj ct of th- gov-rnm-nt k said to he the return to Uwrmnny (rf German resident* without means of suhsisteow.  Itewlaager Will ll. turn lo Pram®*.  Ls>xI-«®, April 7.—Gen. Boulanger Las derided to return to France at on -**. He will leave th® Wand of Jersey end make hi* way to Pane via GranvUi®, a seaport in the department of Mancha.  CowflegratlA® al Theresa, N. V.  Watkhtowm, S Y., April 7.—The bsnd-n.**> seotaiu (rf the village of Therre®, albeit twenty miles from this city, was mtirely destroyed by fire Saturday morning Forty- I two Util'lings war- burned, involving a tam of sum.*! bing UK #130,UUU to # Jsi.uun About twenty of the buildings were dwslllngr, and the remainder were storm and shope.  TRADE MARK  Iton a stove ok range you may bk  CERTAIN  That It ta the VKRY 4 BE8T article that can be had for the price talked  A. L. FLOSS,  Third »t, Opposite Belle,  SEE OUR NICE LINE OF  G-ranit© IWctro  MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY.  mm slits.  I ami now receiving a Urge and varied stack af Ct et bg, ia ai IE# prevailing abadex, for Spring Suits, which I aaa prepared to Make up ta Ae  Most  vies,  GUARANTEEING  aud  Satisfaction.  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  H.C G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  H. A. HOFFMANN,  The (awa I.weal Opttea MIU,  Dx® Moi®**, Iowa, April 7.—The bouse  has by a vole of Si to 49 decided to Indefinitely post{>oii# ti-* local option bill, Every Rrputdicaii and Ewart, Iud®p<m teat, v.tei  for | <1*1 j- iii**m®nt This settla* the fact that proldMtton will (tintmu- ie Iowa at kaet two yearn  Adam Beach ha) hi* eyesight completely d-eitoy«»i Friday at Lima, Ob*o, by a aal-  *® ‘^Sf^ FirebackH Warrauied  Mo. 100-192 Kiwi Second si.  SOLB AGK MT* Foil  street.  hi sari be match la a room Ailed with gas that ; oaped from a stove.  "QUICK. MEAL" UAHOLISE 8T0VMB. I'ncu   

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