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   Humboldt County Independent (Newspaper) - November 8, 1888, Dakota City, Iowa                                THE DAKOTA IOWA NEWS TinPrrnldrnt PenlennW 29 nm n Uny of Prnycr nnd THE Stale Hoard of Ilcftlth ia making strenuous efforts to improve the sanitary condition of Ihe Slate before cold weather seta It is working especially in the lino of securing better attention to the condition of wells and other sources of draining Reports hare been re ceiver from localities where epidemics have prevailed which are attributed direct ly to impure drainage and impure A case if this kind occurred in Cedar at a little place called The water of a well belonging to a family that had been wiped out by lias been submitted to and found to bo in a frightful BO foul nml impure was The well was situated so that It received the drainage from a Illthy and strange as it may thn family had used the water from this well for drinking for It is nut surprising to know that the family were taken wiih and every mother and of the Quito an epidemic and the en tiro sickness is traced by the Hoard uf Health to this impure well of JoMitA an aired citizen of Osceola an early was struck by the engine of the Burlington Quinry fast mail and if not He was standing on the main track waiting for a train going cast to pass on the side when going came along at a high rate of speed and knocked him THOMAS who has been an Inmate of Mercy in for nine died at the advanced ago of not less than 102 and it is claim ed he was 107 His death was the result of nil accident in falling out of bed several days lie ate a hearty meal a few hours before his lie was probably the oldest persou in the IlAitnv the 13 yearold son of of in company with some other boarded a freight train at Aflon and hid in a box When the train passed Union the boys crawled out of the car and went into Harry missed his footing while jumping fmni a car to an oil tank ami fell between the The truck ran over his crushing him to death almost and about one half the train passed over Ix one evening several siiois were and soon after wards tlie body of a young who was idcntilied as Michael a Santa Vo was lie was atill lie said a companion who had been drinking bad shot him because he refused to give up his The luan will probubly A named Ficd Lehman in Humboldt went to town a few days leaving a six months aid baby in charge of young The children left the baby on the kitchen lloor alone and while they were out in the yard play a young shout came in and attacked the liefore its cries attracted the older the hog had eaten oft the lingers of babys right a toe oil each one ear and part of and had horribly mutilated the helpless It was several hours more beforo medical aid could be But the child will probably A IAUTY of young men from thecountry were returning home on horseback from Muscntine when one of them proposed to The horse bearing Scott Khoada stumbled and fell while and threw its rider head first to the His skull was crushed and he died In a few Still Looking For A special from sa3s Chairman of the democratic ua tioual has telegraphed tho local democratic committee to ascertain us quietly as possible if John uf this lias a rulativo named Mur chison in and if he called at tho postomcu for a letter addressed to Mnrchisou about September Brico says that tho committee now hart good reason to believe that Stephen Klkins was tho author of tho Murchison which liu aunt to bis to David lias been out of town for weeks and his whereabouts are not now Fellow Fever in Washington dispatch The state de partment has boon by tho United States consul at Hritish that in view of tho appcaraneu of two cases of yellow fever in one of tho ports of that country ho has iiiHertiul tlio words niiidmnia yellow fever in tho bills of html Ml issued to oil tj mug burgeon Ueuornl Hamilton has re ceived a telegram from Surgeon ion oral at Live Haying that ho iiiudo a post mortem examina tion of tho body of a man whodiod there last ami is satisfied that it was a case of yellow T1IKIH Washington special In response to an inquiry today as to whether tho presi dent contemplated tho issue of a pro clamation declaring retaliation against Assistant Secretary of tho department of rupliud that it would ho obviously improper for tho department to announce in advance of action its intention iu the following was issued today A proclamation by the resident of ihe United Con stant thanksgiving and gratitude are due from the American people to Almighty Hod for His goodness and mercy which have followed them since the day He made them a nation and vouchso I tn them a free government With 1 ivlig kindness He has constantly led us in the way of prosperity and He has visited with swift punishment our but with tracioua He hns warned us of our dependence upon Ilia holy law as thcpricc of a continuance of 11 precious In acknowledgement of all lhat God done for us as a and to the end that on an appointed day by Ihe pray ers and praise of ft grateful country may reach tho throne of Orover President of the United do hereby designate and set apart Thurs the 20th day of as a day of thanksgiving and to TO nn POINTS ABOUT be kept and observed throughout tho On that day let all onr people suspend their ordinary work and occupations anil in their accustomed place of with prayer and songs of render thanks to god for nil for the abund ant harvests which have rewarded the toil of the huebandsiuan during the ycnr that hns and for tho rich rewards that have followed the labors of our pe ple in thcir shops and their marts of traclo and Let ui uive thanks for peace and for social order and contentment within our borders nnd for our advance ment in nil that adds to national great mindful of the afflictive dispen sation with which ft portion of our land has been let us while we hiimbla ourselves before the power of God ac knowledge his mercy in setting to the deadly march of nnd IcSnur henrtsbe chastened by sympathy with our fellow countrymen who have suffered and who And as we return thnnks for tho bles sinirs which we have received from the bands of onr Heavenly let us not foriet that he has enjoined upon us ftlVft AVirtprtJlrr Mm Itn foM Washington special Lord late British minister to is sitting in tho legation building tonight dressed in bin customary immaculate costume of cut in the con ventional evening dress Ho is smoking tho same brand of nntnxed cigars which linvo suited his tnnto for so long n nnd ho is ns to all outward as Hut the exminister is not He declines absolutely to say a single word on the subject of his dismissal to any newspaper men who call upon and oven members of tho diplomatic corps pet very little from Lord Sackville feels most keenly tho unpleas ant situation into which he has been thrown through his efforts to enlighten American citizens upon American polit ical He has not recovered from the suddenness of tho shock which ho experienced upon tho receipt of Sec retary Bayards communication yester and it is not expected that ho will havn much to say to anyone during the remainder of his stay in tho capital of the United It was mid at tho legation today that the socalled inter views with him which appeared in the various papers this morning were not tho result of converHutious with and in fact ho not only repudiates their text but their It has not yet been determined when tho exminister will It is sup posed that ho is awaiting detailed in structions from his homo witli which ho is in nlmostcoiistant com He entirely put of official and exists in Wash ington solely as n foreign visitor might ho has no connection whatever witli the legation of Great and so far as any business be tween that legntion nnd tho stato de partment is concerned he has absolutely no connection with but he still main tains his residence iu the mansion on Connecticut nnd is recognized there ns tho head o tho Seoretnry who wns lately ns signed to the legation has become charge damiirs ad interim and will re and on this day of thanksgiving let us generously remember the poor nnd so that our tribute of praise nnd gratitude may be acceptable in the sight if the Done at the city of Washington on November and in the ycnr of independence of the United In witnes whereof I have hereunto signed mv name and caused the seal of the United States to be GltOVKH By the Secretary of main in that capacit tho first se until relieved by r nn at capacity until relieve o AKI OTIIKH Secretary Endicott has forbidden the nso of tobacco in tho war Hum is not Miss Amelia EivesClmnler is nn en thusiastic democrat nnd is anxious to 800 President Cleveland Tho Prince of Wales recently visited Pnstenr nnd witnessed a number of operations for tho of hy Henry Villard says that ho attributes his success as a railroad man to the knowledge lie gained of human nature by newspaper President of has be come an authority on masculine fash and tho color of his cravats and tho stylo of his coats are being copied by the clubmen of General Butler grows stouter every year and ho is unablo to walk any con siderable distance without feeling ex 33ut if his body is failing his mind is and his friends and brother attorneys say he is as able ftn advocate aud as formidable an opponent as Ebenozor Bnrgess Ball of Vir who is said to bo tho nearest liv ing relative of was recently tendered tho position of walch man at the top of tho Washington na tional monument at a salary of per but ho John Gilmer Speed of tho wallknown Kentucky has just been appoint ed to tho editorship of tho American Speed is especially qual ified for the post by a long nnd success ful experience in Ho was for several years the eilicieut managing editor of the under William Henry George tho Philadelphia never sits in n street car whilo there is a woman No matter what her station iu tho moment a woman gets in ho gets This often embarrasses some of Childs ac who live not iu the habit of giving up their seats to us they usually follow his BO that thero THK ainii mix Wilkosbarro dispatch Miss Kato Ken nedy of aged 21 died today from injuries sustained in tho Mud run Tho Lehigh Valley railroad company is nettling with the relatives of victims of tho disaster on the las of for the bead of a fami ly and for those under 17 yours of ago and is rarely a woman left standing in a car in which Childs Old Simpson is one of tho charac ters of Ho is over aud sleeps on straw iu an old barn in the stall next his with a stable blanket for a AH his time is spent in collecting tho rents from his real like his from his At pres ent bo is converting several small barns into tenement and works iu them every day clad in u jumper aud J RHUTEX Louis dispatch Last night Henry a river quarreled with his a and slapped her iu the Patrick head sawyer in Stout H mill undLnngo shot him The wounds were lit first thought not to bo but MoDormott died in the city hospital to day aud Laugo is now iu The vio tiiu came hero from where he hasa wife and several No Aliens Washington dispatch Tho civil ser vice commission docs not entertain ap plications from aliens or ummtiiralized Quo such received yesterday from a Canadian not was Commissioner Lymuu said to a reporter that there was noluw on tho but the commission believed there wero American citizens enough to 1111 tliu til the successor to Lord Sackville is ap Edwards is not expected hero for some and the general impression is that Lord Bnckvilles suc cessor will not bo named for a still longer It is rather interesting in connection with tho change at tho Brit ish location that the charge Michael will be married on tho 27th to Miss Belle Wilson in Now York anil therefore nn American lady will nt the British When Herbert was seen this morning and again asked for some expression of opinion ho simply said Under nil tho circumstances which have transpired within the past few you know we are all extremely chairman of tho houso committee ou foreign who wns in Washington was askod his views as to tho Hackvillo He said ho thought Secretary Bayards statement to the president presented n complete view of the which Uttlo more to bo ho I sincerely trust that this will bo the lash time thnt onr relations witli other governments will bo mude issues iu n presidential can No pplilicul party ought to bo blind to the injury which must thus re sult to the position of tho United Htntin The interests of the United States are greater nud more important tlmn those of any As tho pres ent is the only administration which lias made our relations with foreign govern ments issues in a it will bo seen that Bolniont dont ap prove of the presidents An American Mistro33 of Legation Washington dispatch The Star this evening has tho following Within about two weeks an American lady will bo the mistress of tho Britisli legation at This is an iuteresting and curious outcome of tho Lord Sack villo There is now no British minister at office became vacant on the notification of Lord Hackvillo that the president would have no further oflicial commu nication with This does not leave the British government unrepresented The attaches of the legation are not the ministers personal staff ami his dismissal or recall does not affect their The secretary next iu rank to tho minister at once becomes acting minister and all official communications nro through the first secretary of tho British is now absent and is not expected to re urn for some Miohuol ooeutly made second will be come acting minister until Lord Siick villes successor is or until Edwards Herbert ro contly arrived hero from and is o bo married to Miss Betto of New The brido will thus become Hie head of the legation household iu What Iff Golnjr in AinoMC tlio Jnnrd of ttin Imci The average time required for tho disposition of nn ordinary case of in toxication In a magistrates court is a fraction under one Tho prisoner is called Ironi the the offlcjr is sworn and if a plea of guilty Is tho from to Is imposed and the whole busiuoss is over beforo tho echo camod by tho clang ing of the coll door has timo to escape through tho Wliun a defense Is put which is often done by pso plo whose brains are in a murky con the defendant is give n a chance to tell upon oath what ho remnmbors about Inst nights Ho IB ask gently but firmly what was the ontiiro and what was the quantity of the particular beverage which produc ed a condition of nnd in nine cases out often the answer is a few glasses of It is pry rnrolv that w tnesses are produced on either nnd the question is nnrrownd down to am of voracit as bii twecn tho officer and his and the former is given the benolit of tuu any should II W dillurnnt is tho statu oilullairs when a policeman is on trial for intoxication before Commissioner Belli H is some tiling to bo marveled at nnd talked about whim thu defendant in that court prevails upon hiiiislf to acknowledge tho that ho lias taken more than a gentlemanH In gen eral he hunts up witnesses from hs his IIOIIIR anil the station all of whom are found on the Ony of trial to testify that when he was supposed to be us drunk as a lord lie was really as sober as a The sergeant or as tho cnso tuny has also to get together his little band of lie must have the nuin who saw the defendant stagger in his the man ireucrnlly an who smolled his and still others who may have noticed iittloeccentricities of conduct common to tlioso who jniela with tho The testimony of all those people is tnktm in full aud very often n whole hour is consumed in dis posing of n single When counsel Is nmplorad the time wnste I is of course much ns the lawyer feels bound in honor to delay thu ceodiugs to hU utmost lest lie should be judged unworthy of his If the word of ft single policeman is taken ngu nst n prisoner m why should H not bo taken against another police man when Commissioner or any other commissioner is tho judge It mav bo said that the defendant should be nlliiwed a ehanca to disprove tho nnd undoubtedly ho has the this city ns loug as Herbert is actim Powdorly Advises Pittsburg dispatch A report having reached General Master Workman Iow derly that the miners belonging to tho Knights of Labor ami Federation of Miners and Mitio Laborers have iu eonv templation the formation of a now and distinct organization at a joint conven tion to ho held iu early in ho ban written a letter to the miners assemblies throughout the country requesting them to carefully consider the stop befuro taking If there is anything about the Knights of Labor that is obnoxious to the if complaint is madti to he he will lay tho matter before the general assembly at its next meeting ami en deavor to have it Ho advises the assemblies to discuss tho question at their earliest meetings and notify him in time fur the annual meeting of the gen eral Thero are about miners in tho two organizations referred fully twothirdi of whom are mem bers of the Knights of right to do so if lie ho rarely if ever makes his for us in the police court tho of Ihe dotihl is almost invariably awarded to the com Experience should loach the truth of bill sad lo say it dues The Fiftcenlh precinct station one of the oldest homos of all in the said to bu Years long before it came tho possession of the a man died in it was claimed at tho confessed in his last moment that he it was who iu the dead of night dealt the fell stroke which laid Billy Patterson He hud intended lo carry Iho secret to his but n syndicate got wind of Iho fad lhat he had the slorv and induced him lo purl with it on Ihe promise Ltial n snug sum should be invested iu gov ernment tho interest of which should be devoted to keeping green the grave of his Be lliis legend true or it cannot be gainsaid lhat there is something uncanny about the obi Strange noises drive sleep when most sleep is needed there is Ihn usual clanking of Ihe chains which form part of every self respect ing ghosts campaign nnd oc casionally some unfortunate patrolman is pulled bodily from his bed and thrown on the but this only hap pens ou the night of a picnic or lisliing No one can be lotiiid lo say that he hns really seen the presumed to be that of the slayer of but all had some inll million of its Thu hide of n gout killed when the moon was full wns nailed to the wall of the sleeping room and kept there for a long but even tills powerful charm had no effect on his nocturnal As a lusl resort Sergeant Shields has sent to tho County Mayo for the foot of a black which on its arrival will bo glued to the station house If that fails to dispossess Iho unwelcome tenent there will be nothing to do hut to send for a couple of dozen of emergency Capla n of the bridge paid expressnge last week on a crulo which inclosed a present from nn un known The present wns in Ihe shape of n the brood or ago nf which no man has yet been able to de It has about it some of the facial characteristics of the is lilted with Ihe bracket like legs of the a nnrl what more can besaid his artless manners he has made his way into many a poker nud has sat for instruction at tho side of whoso eyes were on the Haying gained a partial knowledge of Ihe and incident ally a good deal of valuable ho has turned on his instructors and delivered them into the bauds of the district to be by him brought to the bar nt some period more or less It wns ParolU was delegated to work up a cnso aoainst the keeper of a notorious re recently nnd in tins task he succeeded so well that justice will bo blind Indeed if she tails to see the necessity of putting the defendant in the coming acliou in a place where lie can work no further harm to the eotu An event which will give sportsmen something to talk for ay bo for years to is set down for Thanksgiving On that day Police Srugeon Ford nnd Delectivo Roche will try to convince the world at lurfo that when It comes to a ques tion o7 riddling pigeons sprung from n trap at thirty yards they can rid die two to every one thai Properly Clerk Campbell and his Ber nard can send to The broad plains of Hempstead have boon selected as the Iheaier of and those ivlio nunwisli to witness it will be pleased lo know that they can do so at reduced owing to tho kind ness of Auslin Eench one of tho quartet lias mado for himself more than u local reputation as pigeon nnd consequently tho match ought as it undoubtedly bring on a large Euch team will shoot at thirty Swivel guns will bo but the charge will be limited lo twelve drachms of powder and four ounces of Tho slakes are IJ100 a Ueteclivo of Iho Third Pre smoked a Kutulmgo ci mir fresh from the ship as ho walk ed down Court stroel last Monday If ho had kept on walking he would have been nil but un fortunately for him he stopped in front of Uanlol Ferns office to adjust his tiding the plate glnss window for a Just ns he was about to resume his stroll an immense Prohibition banner which had been stretched across the street broke loose from Ms moorings and cuinu down by Ihe cud of on which was tlio alleged protrait of General took h in in tho buck and knocked him in n where ho caromed ngaiist an who was conscientiously re soling a with a piece of old No one was but there will be one vote less for prohibition this Patrolman Alonzo who re signed lust had been Iweiuy voars on the and in all that time linii done dutv iu no oilier pro c ucl but the Captains and sirgUinls came and but he went not exactly but up to the ami a few moulhs feeling secure of a comfortable pen lie conceived Iho deu that ho might as well enjoy a 1 tile well earn He was a good pol comau ami h s familiar figure will bu missed from his acciislomud post by those who have known him fur so many Captain Kolletti of the E gliteonth hns returned from his vacation ami looks much belter for his llirco weeks freedom from His eye is as bright as over and ills rosy complex brought out in full relief by mountain can g ve long odds to there is Hint nbout him which lends to nnike one do come oil the When Inspector McLonghlin went down to a certain village on Long Is land n few weeks he went in re sponse to the call of nn honest who advertised far and wide that ho wanted city boarders to share with him tho first fm ts of bis the hunt and lisliing nnd Ihu sailing on tho Great Koulh It was tho allus on to this boilv of water that lured the in spector into the husbandmans nud when he reached the end of his journey one very hot his tirst question How far off is the bay qu Bout horny handed pi the cupola and i1 five replied the Come up into pnt It right out to you Late that same night n sad and soli tary inspector might have boon seen wending his way from Long Island de pot to his city Weird rumors are afloat to tho effect that ft certain officer attached to tho Tenth whoso name is withhold in consideration of the fact that he is an has for some weeks made practice of lying In ambush for luneh Indeu messengers on their way to the factories at the hour of and tak ing from them by force of arms the coTn pigs feet and other delica cies intended for their brothers or sis If UinsB rumnri should prove to be true and there appears lo bo foun dation for for one mother has already made complaint nt the station punishment dire ami speedy should bo meted out to tho Lifting lunches Is worse than plraov ou the high nnd n thu days of Pilgrim Fathers was regarded as a crime less heinous than stealing coins from the eyes of parties The lircmoii of Brooklyn by their un romilling ollorts to raise money for the Jacksonville have But a lilo example for tho Will it bo llrooklyn The Flyleaf Btay your awalle befor You puss wllUlu lUe open door Dclhlnkyou In wlint mnnner you Bbull urcet thu host conMder How to a cast of nil his best Tho nnlhor hero Invites Ills To tnsle tils meat and drink his wlnn Jo everv dish to freolv Anil mind you come to sit Before the board whero on his wU And wisdom nil are to tnako A moiil Tor your iniiidA Biomacha To bear yourself with dignity And treat vur host with If any dish oeforu volt placed By any chance offend your Or If tho food seem wauling naugbt Of say Kitt nnd whuu you gu Foreut not gratitude to show being If you repent llni nriidous tlino that you have spent Or tlilnk that you Inivu puorlv fared Upon the food nad drink Curftii not this vonr winu uud meat So kindly offered you to eat The spare from your And do Dot gn Iroin bad to worse Yon were his And tre t htia onU with your opinions to yourself And nm tho book hack on Its IllInk lliis what one may cat and Anoitiers taslo may satisfy Fur tlipro Is nothing nobler than Tim man who loves Ills fellow mnnl Ueinpxler Sherman in tha Uio selling Sergeant K tznrt of tho put down iu nnd white on the returns the other day that there was a lost bov at thu station house await ing identification aud wound up the item by stilt ng that his present whereabouts wero If the boy was not iu the station house when lhat item was wrilloii then where abouts was he Thats what the in quisitive public would liko lo Anolher police Last Tuos1 day nine paid protoctors of 1 fe and with malice in veigled nine diviiiily sludiints into Ihe Brooklyn Athletic Associut oils Grounds aud then fell upon thorn willi horrid cries uud hit them nil over the When the snu went down upon the scene of the massacre tho score stood 2S lo Ony scalp more dangles from the clothes line iu front of Chief Bells aud as the chill winds of autumn through tho gory locks Ilia altlo scared warrior shakes bauds 1 tli gazing askancu at 10 Heap cold turning for Froy is tiio name f n voting sometimes known as lanwhogivusit vho n couple of weeks ago broke his jest war club over Ihe head of a bravo vho was seek ng his wigwam some vhat after a night spout willi a paletaoa dealer in great lie who looks both ways at heard of this playful less on the part of one of his ind with nuaiuess and d spateli sank its tomahawk into tho skull of the All iu Mm The daughter of a clergyman in this who had learned to rend fairly recently asked her fathers permission to read nlcud Lho Bible to a old bodridden Permission was nnd once or twice a week thu litllu girl look her Bible uud read a chupter to the nged About n month tho rending of the Bible having continued under tho same auspices tho clergyman called upon the old He inquired as to his liltle daughters and was surprised when the old woman re plied she roads very but Im gelling a lUllo tired of hearing about As soon ns lie reached home the clergyman called his youngest daugh ter to him nud asked her why she had such a preference for tho history of Abraham and Sarahs With out the least hesitation the child repli ed you I cant road very well nud those long names do bother me so that 1 thought old Brown wouldnt mind if I called nil the men and thats Golnir to Washington dispatch The of the navy has detached Com mander Allan Brown from duty at the naval and ordered him to the command of tho United Slat 8 steamer which will bo pill iu commission as KOOU as and sent to protect interests iu dachshund and is adorned w 111 a tail like a sectional Its appetite is is that of the but the courage of that noble animal Is lacking in its It answers lo one nnmo ns well as another and has the faculty of perception remarkably well de Cold lunches possess n sin ulnr attraction for this poor numb and when lunches are ol reach bolts or hats nnswm equally as The captain hates thu idea of parting with this but to anyone who will promise him good iiomu be will let him go for t Patrolman of the First al though he lines not rank ns n detective is very often selected by Cuplaii Campbell to do detective work and bland of ilemeanoi ns he ha would Impress the casun observer with the idea that he had ar rived but recently iu the city on top o a load of There la also something in hia general appearance which sug goals the countrv preacher in liar luuk or the converted pecldlur of mag io But ho is neither one no the The similarity begins an ends iu the Beneath th of 11 maker he conouuls th To him this prompt action was cortniiil more than a JIH will it prove even such to the rest of ttte tribe Captain of the was standing talking lo a friend ut the Mvrlle avenue unit Adams street sta tion of the elevated railroiidoti Fr when theciti hall bell struck thirteen measured Thais for said the and Ihe captain agreud with him Cn ululates fur a Tho harem of tho youthful Emperor of China Is and he will soon bo as much married as any eastern potentate could According to a Shanghai native no less than 13G Pekin carls wore to bo seen outside a gate of the Nanhai Pftlnce lit Pekin on the morning of the 9lh each containing a candidate for the Emperors harem from man darin familes of the and Chinese banner The Empress held a fresh inspection on that and selected for the youthful Kmperor of feijiin half a dozen nnd of the lower rank of n score of One hundred nnd ten of tho fair ones if yellowskinned unit blackhaired demoiselles can so be termed hud to return disappointed to llieiv London They Killed a Throe men in after much succeeded tho other day in kill ing a solitary bullalo bull which had wandered into the It was a great event of the And they should hnvo beou put In the happening to look he saw the gnzu of twenty pairs of eyes concen trated on the white dicer iu which his head hud Su Nathan Bull wants to be reinslocks for it The extermination of H woidd appear that auoh is the bison in this country is one bis for ho has set the machinery of the most striking illustrations of the of the courts a moving and expressing anil and tuoupbtless his intention of stirring up all things ness which sometimes characterize terrestrial beforo ho will give up the There are not in the United attempt to recover the position States today even half a dozen small from which ho was ousted on such herds of the noble That ttte good during his few remaining should bo preserved Is meleorio career as a has a public succeeded in gaining for himself quite a degree of und one would think lhat he would bu content to bear iu peace the laurels already But he is not lhat kind of a He sighs for mure service taking liiui alto A Iteform that U Masculine breach of promise casek will never succeed until there are fe male   

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