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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 17, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                UTCHINSO It will Pay You to Your Business In dvertise The DAILY SATURDAY MAY resting Dieouaslon of the Fi nancial lor Pluub Wearv of a Treasnrv Dopartmont With a Now York Barometrical lnhB the LlnahPIn of Oar Financial niitUnttoui ghenld Withdraw Ul romWall Street Knoush to 6eo tln QfthePeopleUoKinley Ooea ito ibe Boslneaitof Amending nu own and Oomip Oathered About e National Capital May Edmunds the judiciary committee reported the house an amendment to the trust With an amendment there trilling out certain words and ng the words So that the ratesof transportation may not be raised ewhat Is justahd o amendment wan agreed and ollowlng conferees were appointed Hoar and e silver bill was then taken and jherman offered a substitute for the idment he had before offered as to ring into the treasury the funds now For the redemption of national bank stating that the substitute waa to but in better hav n prepared in the treasury de t Plumbs amendment to 8her amendment was then It is orttue following And hereafter unds available for the payment he public including such tae kept for the redemption of piny shall be retained iu the in excess of Sherman opposed Plumbs ndment as putting restraint on the sury and preventing it i paying the governments obliga te they became As a hundred tionshadto be reserved for the re iptlon of treasury it would only ten millions for current busi The interest on the public debt ired the quarterly payment of 00 and that amount had to be on It was utterly impossible to have lands of the secretary ot the Irene led up in euch u No bank d be allowed to do business that did ave a restive of 10 to 20 per to current Plumb defended the amendment by Uie argued that the Iry uepartmtjnt should have noth hateverto with the cuirentoup the The aeerecary to think himnelt the chpin ot the financial inatitutious I and tflat be had to take tne barometrical conditions j in New He wished the would take into accoount the jbfrical condition of other places New The holding of money i treasury rxcept for thtj needs of bverumenv iuell which had been that time m wus an nic Plumb wanted as far as he by bis vote and inlluence to dis 9 the treasury department from the iss of the United As a mat ting the secretarys official good i as u matter affecting the interest I American congress ought t a limit on the amount of money ikopt on hand in the treasury so whatever the result might it never be imputed to the that he had used great discretionary power unwisely or The sum B bo fixed at an amount that would ffectly safe and an equivalent sum J be handed to the currency and treasury department would be put ot tun currents and tracks ot but oXcoanecliou with the af 1 oat of suspicious or other Da with Until tha there weuld be scandal upon complaint upon complaint ipon liscusalon of the silver bill itself en taken and Sherman ed eome of the features of the bill icutaion was continued by Messrs Htvr chiefiy on the point ol lid reserve ot a hundred millions redemption of treasury Mr ell asserting that there waa not a file ot law on the statute books re ng such reserve and arguing that t was no necessity for as treasury I were rarely offered for redemption B ditsusslon turned on the monthly ftaternent of the In assarting in them astounding and irreconcilable 1 Sherman undertaking plain and Allison givinj upon them coinciding general i those ot and aayiaj was but wide d belief in the particularly i that there was an immense nt of government money stored up while in fact the rea f waa as slated by Sherman gyer bill went over without ac i delivery of eulogies on the Kally of Penntyl postponed until next Tuesday i executive tetslon the tenate I THE HOUSE May house to Ito committee of the whole TtqrofOitoln the an smendmen Ically including glass chimneys in relating to thin blown y of 10 per per dozen and 4 ent ad Henderson of Iowa offered an dment to maintain the present duf fer cent ad valoram on gUui MoSinleys amendment called considerable good natured argu beWeen Henderson and Hr Slflst The proposed duty IB etween 50 nod 00 per After much Henderacirs ameuiituent re taining the present duty on lamp chim ieya WSB defeated 103 to The fol owini Republicans voted with Hender son Adams of Bmterworth ot Pollwer of Sweeney of ot ol KantMiOhand er of Hill of Dunnellof Minne Reed of Kerr of Laws l Nebraska and Hopklna of AIcKlnleyii amendment was McKinley offered a series of mend many of them which were all A rebate was provided duties aported salt used in curing meats for The duty on yarn made from jute was ncreaaed from 25 to 80 per ad The clause relative to carpets was mended so as to provide that carpets made ol jute or other vegetable material hall pay six cenU par square yard and rugs and screens eight Tne duty on burlaps not exceeding ixty inches in width was changed from ne and three qunrlurs to one and live lights per The duty on bags for grain made of mrlaps was axed at two cents a The duty of 35 per ad valorem iiB placed on wools of the Adutyof per IB imposed on wools ot the thirdclass exceeding in value thirteen cents per is irovided that on woolen and worsted valued at not more than thirty per the duty shall be two inri onehalt times the duty imposed on Fending a vote the committee rose and he house nok a the evening see Ion to ho for the consideration of private tension Perkins of Kansas In the the house at Ha evening session passed eev intyone private pension bills The only ncident ot the evening was the applause which followed the announcement by Corinth of Kentucky that his col had been selected by acclamation as the successor ot the late Senator The applause was par iclpated in by members of both sides of he Adjourned at Army May orders oday are aa follows The unexecuted part of the sentence is in the cane of Mcllvair ate private company Twentysecond now in the Leaven worth mill ary and lie will be Leave of absence for three months is ranted Chaplain Allen Allsnsworth Twentyfourth to take effect on he expiration of the leave of absence on surgeons certificate of disability granted James First in promoted from Seven eenth infantry is relieved from duty in he department of the and will re ortin person to the commanding gener of for the as signment to n On the recommendatihn of the regi nental commander the following trans ers in the Twentieth infantry are order ed Michael Lenihan from company to company K Second Lieut from company K o company First Charles asaistaa now on leave of wil reoort iu person to the commanding offl cer of Fort for temporar duty at that reporting by letter t Jje commanding department o Henry relieved from station at Little Hook Bar and assigned to duly at For Rolfes baggage being checked ion the mileage book ot Bulson for The distracted husband wag ot aware of as he went to Paul id Minneapolis in search of A NOVEL Newton Couple Married at a Post May ather a novel wedding occurred in this ty last Wednesday night at 0 took place in the though not down iu the order of buei ess Post Commander Greene emed to consider It a legitimate part of le program at the regular meeting ot Kllpatriok Post 80 depart of Kansas When it waa ported to the commander that there as an at the out post he sent out rucounoiterlng party who returned iih tha news that the Womant eilef Corps were in waiting gain admittance to the post Too gallant to deny the ladies uch a Commander Greene or ered out an escort to bring them and ery soon about fifty or sixty ladles lurched into the post room und took po line extending around the inner limits of the large while the boyt gracefully coupled a similar position in the rear At thia another surprise as in store for the old A party onslstlug of tbree couples of young la ies and gentlemen filed into the hall and dvanced to trie front of the al which occupies a position immedi ely in front of the post commanders whereupon the post Vallandingham proceeded in bis sual happy manner to tie the and oined in marriage William Lindner nft Hias Lina After the happy pair had received the ongratulationa of a host of a ommlttee from the relief corps proceed d to supply each person present with a late and coffee while other com littees followed with beral hot with cream and ham cookies nd and but not of a high order of Everybody was filled to the utmost with ood as well as with gratitude to be ladies who provided the elegant re A abort time was spent in social enjoy and the ladies retired leaving the boys tocomteiuplatB what a good nd grtiat thing IB a Womans Relief The which Was the rinclpal event of the le believed o be the first of the kind that ever took ilace at a R post The members of this post are well up o their duty and are already making big reparations for a dee observance of klernorlal at which post ha is now on temporary A VAMILV It KncU In the Huddeu Ounth of Jami May has jus reached here of the sad ending of a fam ily quarrel near this county Up till two year ago a man by the ntim of Bridgcman lived in that neighborhooi with his two hia second wife am her two who were named Price He owned a large tract of land and ha promised his sons that he would glv them each a farm out of the Wit this undemanding the two sons bill houses and began to further improve th allotted parts But the father bav ing neglected to deed tbe sons the land After bUdeatb his wife refused to mat good the promises of her husbam Things bave not been pleasant in th family and the other day one o the Prices and James Bridgeman bad dispute over a In tbe mele that followed Price struck Bridgeman Wow with a wrench or ham mer knocking him Be the placid his prostrate body in a wagon an started the team for the Th team made its way there an Uridgemant seeing It without went out and found him apparen ly She was about to become mother and the sight was more than sh could She fainted and died nex never recovering from the shccl Brideemari is in a fair way to but Price bat left the A Pretty Bollo RUM Off With a Chicago Minn j May The ten cation of the season here ia the elope ment of Perry Rolfe Andre a traveling salesman for a Ch cago drug Buttons residence In and for the past year he hat been carrying on a clandestine courtshi with pretty Bnlso made his last visit here about a wen M be and Bo took advantage ot every opportunlt to be la each others Bot parties are good looking anj we and the Mr Juliet hu coo ttantly bad more male admirers ben than the better element of society though jurt proper under the circumstances th teemed completely hit pretty and vivacious wife WM Wind to her none than tte erring couple were leave hate Tueiday nightat 10 oclock ICE IN The Walnut River Frozen Over Thursday Small Fruits and Garden In the Vicinity of El J rndo Fiom Varlonl Oilier Indi cate but a Were Not of Very JDamatiml Bomo Fear Folt for the Crop In SedEWlok twin at El KANSAS May special from El Dorado killing frost visited southern lust After a very light rain yfeterilay the weather became night the thermometer was balow freezing and there was a thinacumof ice on the eomething iftfich has not happened at this eeaaOn of llio year in the history of the Oldett grapes and fiiejcries of all kinds arc all and girden vogotublea are frozen to ther rnin is very badly needed in ana the farmers are bBgihftlng to bo very anxioua abbut tholr At May was some frost this morning injuring poach crop at least while com wfta damaged Some farmers report but slight damage to wheat Whicti in Others are yery much alarmed At Kann There was n light frost on the grqnbil here this but so far as reported it as not sufficiently severe to occasion dam age to 8 t Arhiiatui Alight frost fell here last buino damage was done unless it was to the moot tender V May Oaiy a slight frost in low ground here last No damage is up although his bruises are quite keept on his and should he bavo occasion to take a bone back ride would not hesitate to mount the tame Sam Gi manager of the sugar It enjoying a vltlt from hit whose home it in Scarlet fever is having quite a run in the westlpn portian of tne Sev eral deaths have been Ness City ia to be inflicted with a pair ot tape worm chronic diseases specialists from Gnd save the queen I What have we done Lsrawaya book inflicted an ugly wound upon himself Wednesday WM wedge and tha a very large and keen the Wade passing fleshy part of the hand at the thumb and passing around almost to the It is and unless Newt takes good care of it he may find btmcelt crippled for tome the newlyappointed city upon his duties with a modest tannest wins him friends every His is a thankless but ho gives promise of a successful and conscientious Pearl register of ia nvkking preparations to join the brass Why will a man do that way when hia wife goes visiting Harry Mayer and Fay Miner have pui chftped Columbia There is a number the pesky things in the city and the craze is becoming conta Sands clerk of tha and Kmer county contem plate purchasing These last named on account of their confining stand in need Of such and it is to be hoped that their hearts may not fail A cold wave struck us Wednesday evening and continued during making it very uncomfortable for those who have taken down their parlor stoves Attorney Reddt brother has from the fact that he is making an cttempt to secure a notarial it is presumed that he intends to make Mess his Fines to the amount of have been assessed by his honor during this term of The idea that he hasnt any backbone is becoming somewhat lame around the tramps are harboring hereabouts for the good of the city and its Timely rains have continued to in due eeaeon to gladden the hearts of the farmers of this and the proa pictt now splendid for abundant of all inclining jMit of all Considerable corn and wheat it being marketed of late tlnce have ad that farmers can get something near the cost of production for their Several inteUlgoat farmers of thia coanty bave expressed to your correspondent as firmly of the opinion that the recent advances in the price of corn U chiefly duo to the efforts of the Hutchinaou Action of the General Ammbly on the of tbe May At the ses sion of the Pratbyterian general assembly this morning It was voted that the action by the presbyteries on the question of revision be reterrej to a special commit It was announced that 133 ies have favored the proposed revioon and sixtysix bad opposed Seven have BUB GETS A A Pretljr Young Shattered Given Up Her of May Ida until a member of the Shake near She B a beautiful girl of 20 and seemed o be entirely contented with her lot un 11 last when she informed the members of the community that she had made up her mind to leave and be mar Sunday night Hisj Ladd was married o a civil engineer rom the ceramony being per ormed by Howard of A large number of the best people in the vicinity were The young couple had never seen each other until the day before the The Shakers are very strong advocates of and Hiss Ladd wanted to she Inserted a matrimonial advertise nent in a Cincinnati which Fairtrace and thn weddlngwns the They ieft yesterday for the grooms home at An Kuglneora Pluulty May Tuesday after noon the 4 yearold child of Walter Ouster of wandered from whoellng a childs whoelbarrow mded with and got beyond the Sennet station and upon the Del Lackawanna and vVeatern rail road The little fellow was amus Ing himself there when the pas senger one of the apaedlest on the Bloomsburg came around tbe The en gineer sigh but soo ted the reversed the but soon saw that the train was going too fast to be stopped in Leaving tbe throttle be rugbed out to the stooped far out in front of the flying and waited with out stretched until the child was when he caught him threw him off the As he aid BO the splintered into a thou sand Before the parents could learn of their childs escape tbe train bad and the engineers name could not be STATE TEBIf EKANOK Deviling Mean tar the Promotion and JSxtenHlon of May the morn ing meeting of the State Temperance in session here Chancellor Creyn ton of the Wesleyan University of urged the necessity of aid from Kansas iu the fight prohibition in A subscription of was then taken up to assist the two Governor Hi several of the state officer gave to the fund and the chairman of tbe Wichita delegation pledged a contribution on be half of editor of Ihe pastor of the Meth cdist church at spoke dis couragely of the condition ot prohibition in his He said fifty genuine prohibitionists in the Bus iness men would be boycotted it they talked for The law was practically not Be offered a resolution demanding of the legislature that a search and seizure clause be incor porated in the prohibitory Judge nardKelley and others opposed the res saying no jury uoultt be sseured which would enforce such I a The resolution was finally referred to the A Was adopted demanding of congress an emergen cy be declared and thata enacted to give the control the sale of s Another resolution wag adopted prom ising to in every pijisiMe way the effort of Missouri ruffians estab lish the liquor traffic m by open ing original package boiiwfo In the evening a grand and mass meeting took place in at which addresses wero by ptriin inent prohibition Bernard CoU This oliuers were all as follows I Lewifi Executive Com mltteaifidge 0 Manhattan SaffiUel Flem Da Leavenworth Miss Pleas anton Thuwif JobJi May John is making active preparations to observe Decoration A very interesting program tiaa been ar and of Kmgman will be tbe orator ot the Some one writing to tha NEWS from this city made some rather unfair criti cisms of the young ladiea composing the company that played Peak Sisters in no of the to thin Some under the ot of the declined to act and eight bad not re Judge a member of the com mittee on but not of the ateem waa reqtieted to explain the action ot the The following committee on cavasalng votes of the Presbyteries on revision was appointed President Potter of Prince ton McCracken of Now Kdwards and Elders Bradley and The committee on methods of effect changes ju the confession of faith and the constitution of the church con sisting of Ministers James Leftwitch and Evarard Kemp hill and Ruling Elders Strong and Robert Wilson reported U had concluded That since tbe differences of opinion as to the methods and amendments of the confession of faith and the shorter catechism are so marked and widespread that it Is unwise to raise the issue in volved in the the doctrinal general assembly that alterations should be A Duel to the May special from Russell reports a duel to tbe death between Louis Smith and Edward travelingsalcamen from A year ago tbe two men quarrelled on account of a young lady both were paying attention They did not meet again until when they mat on a country road by Both drew pistols and opened lire at the tame At the third shot a ball struck Elklna in the kill ing him almost Smith id thought to be fatally Death on the May shocking accident occurred today on the river near A ferryboat loaded with passengers vat crossing tbe river when it suddenly capaized and thirtynix of the pepple were drowned before as sistance ojuld reach All tW passengers were children who were returning borne from a confirma tion Ifeather May 10 till a ForKansat Warmer weather toutbwesterly NBSB a of tbe ware firm of Tullia 190 4n it here fronj Oharloy day ahuVsave the very few of those taking part in the aforesaid en tertainment are past their and not one of them baa yet reached that age that would justify tbe aforesaid correspond ent in intimating that they were in fact old Old maids are not a com in and especially in this true iijflt God bless tbe girls of Never wot there seen a pret tier and better class than in our own be loved District ourt convened here lastTues day and after holding a weeks adjourned untilvext Crop ot all kind are looming up in excellent and Stafford county pro poses for the future to take her place iu the front ranks of the agricultural coun ties of the Wadaworth of was tran sacting business in our Lawyer Van well known in Butchmaou and recently from has purchased tae Baker farm one half a mile north of this city and la now a per manent fixture Van Winkle ia buildiug a splendid residence upon his farm and ia otherwise improving We learn he will also practice Shawhan preached at the church last Monday tibawhau on his way from where he had been holaing a very suc cessful series of revival to Dodge and stopped off to visit old friends and was prevailed upon to preach Monday Those who were so for tunate as to bear declare it wai a rare as Shawhan it one ot moat at well eldquent speak ers in Taa Stafford SawliHcan presents to itt readers an excellent por trait and a short biography of this powor ful young We are glad of as tooimoch cannot be said in his Obr excellent It now comfortably moved In hie new Dow bat fitted bli office with entirely new fixtures and When you i top la for your mail you are forcibly grand old party included in the constitution itself and in definite that tbe speaking officially through the can alone determine with authority the ques tions of the and therefore the com mittee recommends that the question be transmitted to the whether there shall be added to tbe forms of gov chapter 20 of The amendment provides for the pro KsaV by the general assembly to the esbyteriant of amendments or altera tions of the form of book of discipline and directory but that these aball not be obligatory unless a ma jority of all the presbyteries approve iu That such alterations must be under consideration for one year by a committee of fifteen ministers and presiding that no alteration shall be made unless an overture from the general tare to al the i writing by two thl that any amendments si submitted approved shall go into effect immediate ly after the general assembly shall have certified the The debate on tbe report was then opened by President Patten of Princeton who opposed it Henry Vandicke of New York spoke in favor of the and after considerable discussion of the matter it was continued as the second subject to DUNS WEEKLY Condition of Trade Throughout United Statoa The Stock Market Han Forged Ahead and Absorbed AH Money Within Prices Ilurlne the TcnJert DownwardWheat Two OeatBlnMewVork CityA Slight Beat tlon In the Price of CornEeportu from Interior Indlento a Qaod Trade In Most HBW May Dun weekly review of trade nayi The stock market bus rushed ahead until It has absorbed all tne money In and now some signs of reaction appear with a little selling by foreign stantially the same phenomena have1 been observed in wheat and corn and in the market for pork Each has atcommand a limited amount of When thit supply ia whether by accumulation of stocks carried or by advancing a reaction la The tendency tif pncea during the past week baa been Whoa de clined two cents on sales here of only corn a cent and three quarters on sales of while oats are The trade begins to comprehend inside of thirty days a new crop of wheat will begin to come into and while winter wheat ia certain to bo the reports from cprlng wheat indicate a great increase in acreage and good condi At Chicago dry goods sales exceed last years and payments are but the clothing trade is dull and the fact that bank clearings are larger than ever be finds explanation iu speculative activity In the grain and pork Louis reports a good trade and sup plies of money equal to the At Kansas City trade is rather and at Omaha with easy The business failures which occurred throughout the country during the past seven days number as compared with 200 last For the correspond ing week of last year the figures were TO TEST TUE Liquor Men Will the Original Package May Governor who has been employed by syndicate of Holyoke unlicensed liquor dealers to look into the constitutionality of the original package yeattrday handed his opinion to his Uolyoke He holds that the gell ing of liquor iu original packages is He saye the local authorities may seize the the lower court and the superjqr wffl probably sustain the but when taken to the supreme court there is no questioning that such decision will be Acting on this advice some ten Holyoko dealers will make a test U delighted with the Terri 1 tbe defendant In a petty suit before Judge trated by an attack of as be finished aid was at hand and disease just Medical quickly re failure aa t Tboie people at Dow would be a iter are now busy eating recognized M the NINKTUBN Victims or the Aihlej Colliery Dleutar Botng May 18 ing parties have panetrated the mine at find nineteen Six men are still and it is more than probable that are all Tne scene at the mine where the dead and charred bodies were lielng brought out was heartrending in the women and shrieking and fell upon their lifted their hands and eyes toward heaven and prayed for the Two more bodies hare been taken out and the search tor others Is going The body of Michael known to be buried in an immense pile of not be found for several John Allan died Anthony Frayne and Robert Rob erts are critical It is be lieved they will Superintendent Phelpsin an Interview with an Associated Press reporter said The men lost their lives through the negligence of Assistant Mine Boss after the cave insisted on re lighting his lamps in the presence of a large volume of Had he not done BO the men now dead would have been rescued aa there was a good current of air going throngh the chamber where the men bad taken refuge when the cave in had operations There was yet alx men in the fatal At 8 oclock to morrow morning tions will be Biz mules were taken out alive late this Horrible Deed an Xntaue May Ada wife of a mechanic at 78 Locust went violently inxano at noon to day and attempted to murdvr her two The woman lives in the cecond story of tbe She opened the grabbed up tbe oldest years threw it out of the The babys skull WOH left arm broken and it was internally The inaaue mother wemed delighted at the sight of child writhing on the ground and she picked up her 9 months and pitched it out of the The baben arm was It was taken totbe hospital and may re The mother was lockod up atthe detention but he bad made ifwoaderfnl im presaion upon the Professor Bale of3U Croue baa been engaged at an ataiitant during the normal this conducted the first normal ever held inthia Morgan ot Lawrenos ia in attend ance upon was at one time a member of one ofthe largest and beat land and loan firms In tUe After the crash he Tent to but bit remained here and now bag a nice farm and one ot the prettiest homes In weatera He and family were compelled to sit up at nights and eat their strawberries in order to save them plentiful waa the crop last a wai quite Mriouity injured by a fertive bronco Wedatadajr ot this The ugly brute failing U to un Mttt bit fell backward with TheoW to new very best postmaster Jobn ever Hot all the praite It due but much credit to hit amiable who atiittt him constantly in the duties of tbe Who now will doubt Peters Judgment in naming Dow for postmaster of Swsrtz hat just returned from where be bat baen for several weeks seeing what could Swarta says parts of Calif ornla are a veritable garden of but as for him Stafford county it good Our public schools clae next May Brewer ot tblt who baa been to badly afflicted for several months with hemorrhage of tbe departed on a night train Wednesday night for bit old borne in Hit father and other frlendt accompanied Another flre occured here Wedneaday night by which a vacant building on eut Tint a total Several have incurred In this city within the put and but for tbe timely ef forts ot tbe fire a great deal atthe minet were abandon Klllwlthe Wrong May Solomon ninetyseven miles wett of John a young wai ihot and killed toll morning at 1 Patrick McQuillan WM watchman in the drug store ot and Reardon and bit who were somewhat came to the store for and upon being a row ezjued and Reardon wai Raardon waa a ton or reputable and welltodo and hat never been considered a oad charac The shot which killed him waa evi dently intended for a man named Bulll thn leader pf the band and a notori ously bad McQuillan la in jail in this fanned lif May Three desperate white convicts escaped from Pratt Mines statu priaon last night by cutting their way through the stockade with aii They were Jim murderer Bob Crawford and the laat named a noted criminal sent up lor Shortly after their escape the alarm was given and the prison bloodhounds were put on their Today at noon tbi dogs run down and treed Hub and ha was The other two are itill at gtephalno Probably May Alpboaa Btephalne who shot Clinton Rey nolds wan arraigned court tbit morning and The phy sicians at the Chambers street hospital tent word to the court that it was their opinion that Reynolds cannot although there it a bare posniniUty that he A Prominent Biuiabauui Kan t May A cable gram bat been received here announcing the death of owner ot Barnet stock ranch and ot large estates in England and Cape Death ol Judge May Judge tha venerable exjudge of tha United Statea circuit died at hit borne in at 11 oclock today of old Guilty of May Ira cathler ot the bank of was found liullty ot embezzlement on fix counta ia Lhe district court A BaubmlMlon GBBAT Kay reiubmUaionUtt held forth at Helztr1 ball They ran a tpu cial train from HolMngton and advertised Arnold Bfld Paine ot Wichita spoke to anaudlenoeot 140 persons by actual not more than fifty of them being voting After all tbe blow und sionlfl not among Rapubll i it thought hy many I at audi tVlunere at Qr May win ners in todays races wore Judge Raymond Daltyrion and CarlUle A May 16 Carlisle nominated by mo tion by the Democratic raucusfor UnHrd States in j I Siwf Bawland and B1rihdav   

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