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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Advertise your Business IN THE WEWSI HUTCHINSON It will Pay You to Your Business In The DAILY WEDNESDAY MAY ORIGINAL Discussion of the Recent Supreme Court Senator Wllsou of Iowa Reports the Hill to Amend the Intcmtato Commerce Strong Reasons Why the of thn Importation and Hale of Intoxicating Properly to tha Sever al Vent Opposes the Hill While Hoar and Sup port May Stanford introduced bill for loans on and said that he would hereafter address the senate on the It provide for the establishment of a land loan bureau in the treasury The chief and deputy nhlef shall bo appointed by the president with salaries of and t The secretary of the treasury is author ized to ready for United States circulating notes of the denomina tions of 600 and to the amounts as they become to ha placed to the credit of the land loan These notes shall be full legal tender for public and private or for redemption of the national Any citizen of the United or any person who declared his intention to become who owns unincumbered agricultural land mny ap ply to the land loan bureau for a loan to be secured by a lien on such the loan not to exceed half theaaaessod value of the No loan shall be made upon land of less than in nor in sums of less than nor for a longer time than twenty The loans snail bear in terest at the rate of 2 per per an payable and may be paid at any time in sums of not less than 25 per of the whole The secretary of the treasury shall can cel and retire circulating notes equal to the payments made on loans and m case payment is made in other currency of the United States ho shall cancel an equal amount of the notes issued under this In case of default of payment of inter est or principal of the loan the chief of the bureau may order a foreclosure of the lien in a United States circuit Counsel fees in any case shall be added whether the right to import an article im plied the right to Vest replied in the affirmative and quoted from the decision of Justice Matthews of the supremo court in the case of Ward against Maryland to that Hoar argued in favor of the If the bill were not within the legislative power of congress then there was no more miserable nation on the face of the earth than the United Unless what was propoted in this bill could be done it would be tne law in the United States for ail future time that any person living in another state or in a foreign country could send intoxicating liquors into any state and dispose of it tnero through his ana that it should not be competent for any state authority to prohibit Edmunds remarked upon it as a very curious and interesting circum stance that a condition of things bad ieen reached where according to the de bate and according to the judgment of the supreme court the stale had no power to deal with the and congress had no power to deal with The result wns that there was in every man in one state an personal right to carry into any state what that state might consider injurious to Ita there to sell it to the but ehall not exceed The bill provides that the rule of the common law that statutes in derogation thereof are to be strictly construed shall have no application to this This net establishes tbe law respecting the subject to which it relates and its provisions and proceedings under it are to be literally construed with a view to effect its The senate then proceeded to consider the bill referred from tbe judiciary com mittee subjecting imported liquors to the provisions of the laws of tne sevaral Wilson ot who had intro duced the bill in the first instance and had afterwards reported it ad dressed the senate in explanation and ad vocacy of Hinting that It was made necessary by the recent decision of tho supreme court on that It was a response to the suggestion contained in that decision that congress cuuld permit the exercise of the restraining power of a state and it was for the purpose of Riving that permission that the bill had been introduced and The effect of it would be to leave each state in tho union to determine for itself what its policy should bo in regard to the traffic in intoxicating Under that de cision of the suprume court the state of Iowa could not prevent the citizens of oth er or the subjects of Great France or Germany from sending intox icating liquors into Iowa and having them sold therein in the Ai the present time original package saloons were being organized in his The package might be a pint or half pint of whisky or a keg or bottle of It was to put a atop to such practices and to recognize in every state the power to its own internal police that tbe s bill was Vest said that as a member of the judiciary committee he had not been able to argreo with the majority in reporting the because it would sweep awny the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States over interstate Ingalls and Kdmunda called for the reading of the minority and it was read dissenting from the views of the and signed by Wilson of Ed munds and His minority report had been accompa nied by a bill to provide that the pay ment of any post or excise tax should not release importers from liability to tbe laws of a Vest resumed bis argument against the pending Tbe real be was whether congress oould dele gate a power vested in It by the constitu tion to any state or any number of He believed that it could Missouri would shut out one article of Interstate Kansas Iowa another anil South Carolina and until there there would be chaos from one end of the Union to the At 2 oclock the silver bill came up as unfinished business and Allison moved that it be laid aside informally in order to continue the consideration of the measure The mo tion was agreed and the consideration of the bill as to Imported liquors was proceeded Vest resumed bis argument against it He would he state what was the overwhelming consideration with If this bill passed it would open up an opportunity for a successive series of such just as thn emer gencies or opinions of different states might call for that sort of The senate was now asked to enter tbe domain of vested inclusively in and to make exception as to alco L hollo which tbe supreme court had decided to be as much an article of commerce as any other mer How long would it he until another demand was made upon congress to give permission to all the states to exclude something or Instance He asked the senators to pause before they throw that question into the arena of congressional McPherson asked Vest and that congress had no power to stop it and that the states could not stop unless the congress gave them that It was only necessary to slite such a proposition to uhow that some either in the supreme court or in the wan a fault in the logic of Ho did not feel ovnr per suaded or put in a box by what the su preme court had It might change its opinion next year and say that the rule bhould be the other Ho did not feel embarrassed by the fact that the supremn court had taken the longest step ever taken within a hundred jears in the republic toward the centralization of power in tbe supreme court or in He did nut believe in the centralization of He beliived in its segregation separation in every Speak ing of tbe importation of intoxicating li quors into a state Edmunds claimed tint once they got there they were whether in the bunds of natives or the subject of state und that wna what the supreme court of the United States would come to within the next twenty It might be that that would interfere with the revenue of the United but the power of the United States to regulate commerce and levy taxes was no greater within itb sphere than the power of the stales to deal with the commodities and the conduct of its people within thoir Both powers were supreme and each had to bo exerted in its own The constitution had declared that con gress should have the power to regulate commerce among the states and left to the states the power to deal with the ob jects of commerce after they After further discussion the bill wont over without action and the senate pro ceeded to the consideration of the reso lutions offered by Cameron in re spect to the memory of the late Repre sentative Kelly of Remarks in eulogy of the character of the public services of Kelly were made by Senators Rea Hawley and At the close of tha the as a further mark of respect to the mem ory of ing to car lots from Chicago to the sea The Chicago and Northwestern railway this morning made a rate both between Chicago and Omaha to ap ply To points beyond Omaha a rate wan made for basing The was made to protect the rates between local points and the rate to meet that of ltd competitors on through The Milwaukee and Pnul this morning met the of ita com petitors between Chicago and PAU and both KENNAN A United States VIooOonsul Says He Untruthful and May United States viceconsul to Peters and head of the American Bank Note company in is In a upirited interview ho declared that Ken nan in untruthful and Rus sia bus been Duns ton has been for thirty years a resident of St at the head of the con cern which prints all of Russias paper He asserts that Kennan ie a vicious sensationalist who willfully Russian he says are no worse than those of all European countries and the exile system no worse than Englands exporta tion Food accommodations and treatment are equal to the Dunstca aeserts that the Russian peasant is in every sense equal to the English and that Kennnns charge that arunkenness is a natienal disease is un Russians are not quarrelsome when in Saloons are rigidly reg An excellent sys constantly is in he improved recent riots in the college at Petersburg ho characterized as simply a protest against extra compensation demanded by officers of the and in no sansu a rellection on the The strangest part of Dunstons talk is bis enthusiastic claims that nihilists are few in number and composed of jealous women and unresponsible men who have a and that the vast bulk of Russians of all classes respect and love the QTHE TARIFF Kenna is Oppooed to Placing Sugar an the Free He Mnkcn an UiiBucceBfful Attempt to Acmad thn Bill Now Under THE Acreage and Condltou lielow the Average for This Season of tne May Farmers vieio to summarizing the acreage and condition of will say that in none of the states is tha condition up to the usual at this In the west and north the crop has languished for want of while in the Mississippi valley and the states east frosty weather and an excess of moiotura have retarded germination and In Michigan and Wisconsin a considerable portion of the crop is not yet above Only one Hhows an increao of Two Nebraska and Wis are about the same as last All the remaining states report a de THEY ALL OTANV A Lively FlRlit for Senator Carlisles1laco In ProRreHH May little affair at Frankfort last which re sulted in the election of the United States senator was a mere diversion beside the tenpest already raging in Carlisles dis There are at least thirty candidates and combinations and cliques abound on all Kenton which has now the the bulk of the good way of is a things in target for all the rest of tho district and the rural some eight or nine are agin both Campbell and Kenton in which are the cities of Newport and The rural counties can nominate the new senators successor if they can combine on i At this writing tho Mort Gray of Grant is the most formidable of che In Campbell coun ty George Washington is in the lead with Mayor Berry of Newport a close ident of the Judge Latonla Jockey pres NOLANDn Houdamon Have Kofnoed to Make COood the May special from Jefferson City says exGovernor Moore house arrived here this morning and notified Governor Francis that he cannot make up the deficit in the state treasury occasioned by the defalcation of State Treasurer Noland and asked the governor to have suit brought against Nolands It is believed the grand j ury now in session here took up the treasury deficit matter this morning and there is it js in the way of speedily finding an indictment against Reduced Rates on Kavtern May recent threat of the Lake Shore road to reduce the rate on oats to the basis of twenty cents a hun dred from Chicago to New and to make a smilar reduction on pro visions and live was put into exe cution At tbe meeting of the Chicago freight committee of the Central Traffic the Lake Shore peo ple announced that they would wait no longer to meet the competition of the roiula that were secretly manipulating All the interstate lines decided to tnke similar action beginning next lion Several Concerning Marble and Building Stone Introduced and Internal tiome In For Notice on a Prop osition to Repeal the Tobacco VlneKar and General and QoMlp Gathered Around tue Na tional May conference was ordered on the District of Columbia appropriation and then the house went into committee of the Grosvener of in the on the tariff Henderson of North offered an amendment abolishing the minimum punishment prescribed for vio lation of the internal revenue Cowles of North offered an amendment repealing the tobacco McKenna of Iowa moved to amend the sugar fchedule so as to provide as folldws All sugars not above 13 Dutch standard in color shall pay duty on their polariscopn teatua follows All sugars not above 13 Dutch standard in all tank bottom syrups of cane juice or of beet concen trated concrete and concentrated testing by the not above75 shall pay a duty of 0 94 of a cent per and for every additional degree or fraction of a degree shown by the polariscope test they shall pay threebundredths of a cent per pound All sugars above 13 standard ia color shall bo classified by the Dutch standard or shall pay duty as follows All sugar above 13 and not above 18 Dutch standard cents per All nugu above 18 and not above 20 Dutch cents All sugirs above 20 Dutch standard 210 per Molasses testing not above 56 degrees by the shall pay a duty of two cents per Molasses testing above 56 degrees shall pay a duty of four cents per Mo Kenna spoke in favor of the Then followed considerable discussion of the whlth was indulged in by Cannon of Price of Morrow ot and Price and Morrow supported the amendment and Cannon opposed while in closing the gave his reasons why the sugar schedule of the bill should remain un The McKenna amendment was rejected to MoKenna and Mor ONeil of Coleman and voting in the On motion of McKinley amend ments were adopted reduc ng from 14 to 11 cents per cubic foot the duty on un manufsctured or undressed free Bond stone and other building cr monumental except murhle not in the case of George late pri company Sixteenth infantry now in the Leaven worth military Cadet William United States military by reason of physical discharged from the service of the United to take effect June The extension of leave of absence granted Brainbridge Third department of the Mis is further extended two The leave of absence for seven days ueretofore granted First Nineteenth ia ex tended ten One and onehalf years of tho sentence are remitted in the case of Richard late private First now in the Leavenworth Military One year of the sentence is remitted in the case of late private company Twelfth now in the Leavenworih military The following named officers of the medical department will proceed to Ber as delegates to the inter national medical which is to meet in that city in August next Charles surgeon Staj After the ad journment of the congress thn officers named will return to the United States and join their proper John while under hia orders to attend the in ternational medical congress at and before returning to tho United visit on official such points in Great Holland aoo elsewhere as may be deemed necessary to the surgeongeneral of the army and under such special instructions as ho may receive from the The following named recruits now at the depots set opposite their respective names having enlisted under false pre tenses will be discharged from the ser vice Arthur mounted Jefferson Edwaid general Davids James general Columbus Private Frank conrpany today with an interesting childrenV Goode of Jo seph delivered an address thin Tyler of New York will liver an address tomorrow Rains of secretary of the National church extension and other prominent clergymen and lay workers of the denomination are or will be in attendance during the convention which will continue unlil The meetings are presided over by Rasa of president of the state as A Fatal KINO May Moore shot and killed Sanford Glffen about eighteen miles northeast of this city at oclock Both men are negroes and both are from The trouble grew out of a dispute over the claim upon which Moore was Moore walked into King Fisher and offered to surrender himself to tbe but the United States commissioner refused to issue a warrant on the grounds that he had no jurisdic tion since the 2nd day of May and Moore returned to his Croakers May Sam Johnson of ban called the first congressional district Republican central committee to meet in this city the 29th at 2 oclock A eood rain visited this section this added to what fell last Saturday supplies the moisture needed to mature the wheat crops and start coin and flax to growing and silence the croakers who are always so ready to predict a otherwise provided for and from 60 to 40 per on dressed or polished btono of tbe same McKinley also offered an amend ment fixing the duty on shot guns valued at no more taan at US per val ued at more than at 40 per pis tols and revolving pistols 85 per The amendment was agreed to McKinley offered a long amend the substance of which was to im pose a tax of 5 cents a gallon on alcohol used in the manufacture of and putting that manufacture under the su perintendence of the commissioner of in ternal Liautx Twentieth and Herman troop First now with their respective commands at Fort are transferred to the hospital corps as Bradley troop Third now with his will be discharged from the service of the United State on receipt of this order by the com manding officer of his Private Emil company Fifth now with his company it Fort will be sent to Hot to enable him to enter army and navy general hospital at that Adolph company Tenth now at Columbus Bur is relieved from duty on the re cruiting service and will be sent to his company at Fort James A signal will report in person on J une to Alex president of the general court martial appointed to meet at fort Mon by war department May published in special orders from headquarters of the for trial and on the conclusion of his trial will return to his proper Private Louis troop Sixth now with his having en list when a without the consent of his will be discharged from the service of the United states on re ceipt of this order by the commanding officer at bis Secondclass Private pany batallion of now with hia company at will bo sent to Fort Aftalnst Ortftlnal May tive Sweeney of today briefly ad dressed the house committee on com merce in favor of the bill to amend tbe interstate act spas to forbid tbe bringing into a state of liquor in original package Pythian May formal opening of the grand lodge oc curred this morning with a largo attend The day is being devoted to the business of the A reception will be given at Pythian temple this The grand parade will take place to morrow to be followed by the competitive The Original Package May Gen eral Kellogg and County Attorney Welch were In consultation today on the ques tion of the original package traffic queo tion in All thay vouchsafe of their plans is that a move would shortly be made by the FOREIGN InterestingDebate In the British House of The Government Charged With Grandmotherly Legislation to the Interest of Lord Saulebnry the Policy will ho Panned no Matter Where It Mar Dliaiter at Why Uie Old not Intercede for Prince Married May In the house o lords today the Earl of Weimesa and MarcbrLiberal denounced the tendency of the government towards Socialist he de seemed ready to do anything in the shape of grandmotherly legislation to meddle with t flairs that ought to be left to private like workmens the payment of and the feeding and education the The London county he was especinlly inclined to predatory objects and fostered projects to lease holds and prevent landlords of their ground They even proposed t take by compulaion and without com property belonging to city in order to apply it to what they called industrial Serious legis lative bodies ought to look where social ism was It was not land but every kind of property that wag Freedom of contract and freedom of private enterprise were as State help was substituted or self thus destroying the fibre of the Lord the prime ad mitted the existence of a strong tendency tn lean upon the upon every occa Agaiuo he the govern ment must If they imposed upon the state burdens beyond ita power to ihtty would create an indefinite htty of expense produce Socialism and would ulti unlimited cor might be de tbe Theodore Judge Cleary and Judge OHara are the leading Kenton county All today politicians were busy trying to unite Campbell and Kenton counties 10 that the congressman may still remain near the The proposition was to give Campbell county the nominee for crim inal provided she would vote for a Coviugton man for The con ference was fruitless and now it is a free and knives are out all along the The Santa Fe the NEW May principal owners of the Louis and San Fran cisco railroad stated this afternoon that the control ef the company had been absolutely sold to the Topeka and Santa Fe The legal pa pers necessary to the transfer have not been but would probably be to morrow and then the full details of tbe deal wouldlbe made This deal adds miles of road to the Atchison besides giving ab solute control of the Atlantic and Pacific Abandoned the May Atchison di rectors met today and voted to announce the failure of the voting trust proposi Circulars were issued Informing the stockholders of this Some shares were deposited under the but shares promised have not been Other action is be lieved to have been taken whereby the abandonment of the trust idea will work no harm to the property or security In Their laat Besting Flaoe May an early hour this when Lake View cem etery was quite free from the remains of President Garfield were re moved from the public vault to the crypt in the This is their last rest Ing Tbe remains of the presi dents motqer were also removed to the which is to be dedicated on Memorial The May the Presbyte rian Genoral Assembly this morning the board of home missions presented the 88th annual report through the H of Little says the income has by its steady in crease given imposing proof of confi dence in the although owing to peculiar circumstances this year closes with a balance of on the wrong The total receipts have been m In the May lines in the Central Traffic Association this morning gave notice of a cut in rates to go Into effect The rates are to be reduced to 20 cents and the provisions rate to 26 which reduction IB apply Want a MineHour May mill hands In all but two of the plaining mills of the city struck this They want nine hours Instead of ten and no reduc tion in The strikers to the num ber ot 485 had a very orderly meeting this Baptlat Home ftKlaslon May Baptist Wo mens Home Mission society resumed ita annual session this Wamsley of Brooklyn reported from the committee on misoionarles and tbe figures showing substantial To Receive the New Hay the newly appointed governor ot Sawyer of Now York offered a substitute for the amendment having for its object the taking awny from the man ufactures of white wine vinegar all right to still but giving them power to buy alcohol under certain After three hours of confusion and during which the amend ment was but not the order was but without attempt to vote on tbe pending the committee settled down to listen to a general discussion in detail of tbe bill ind amendments under the five minute Sawyers substitute was 45 to and the committee amendment was McKinley asked that unanimous consent be given for the gentlemen to print amendments in tbe Henderson of good does that do I offered an amendment yesterday restoring the present duty on wool and and 1 want a vote on Applause on Democratic A motion to rise was agreed to a great deal of and the house at 1130 ABHY ftemlsslon of of Ab of May following army orders were issued today Tbe unexecuted part of the sentence Is remitted In the case of late private company Sixteenth infan Tbree years of tho sentence in the cast of Samuel late private com pany Ninth are One year and six months and nineteen days of the sentence is remitted in the case of Elisha late corn puny i nf Two years of tbe sentence in the case of Edward lats private company Fifteenth AH are now in the Leaven worth Leave of absence for two months and where the state law prohibits such im POOH POKBR Fine Kaln at May rye and oats crops are One of the finest rains this county has ever witnessed is Count Chase and northwest Rice county to the Everybody is CAUGHT A TOOOB Three Alleged Members of the Old James Gane Under May is reported that three members of the Jesse James gang are now under arrest at this and that officers from Missouri were in the city yesterday and obtained requisitions for their return to The names of the prisoners are said to be alias William Berry and George They were well armed and had an ample kit of burglar It appears that tbe sus pects were arrested last The men broke jail in Douglass It is said they will be held for They are a tough looking trio will not Officers started for Missouri with them this HOOT FBOM AN AMliUSH A Concealed Assassin Seriously Wounds a Drave Arkansas HOT May miles from this city yesterday while ou horseback riding Miss Florence McKeogh was fired on from an ambush and one o mately fined the state doing something that bo done by persons for the sakoof Soiueuuioa thia io a very unwise tning to There was nothing so socialistic as the mint and yet at the same time there was nothing more It was not a practica ble policy to classify legislative pro posals as Bociallatioor Every subject ought to be treated on Ita own Too much importance Salis bury was attached to the spectre of The public could be trusted to find out what practical good lies be hind the Socialist Nobody not absolutely blind could deny the exist ence of great evils from which arose the Socialist and action in indus trial and other causes produced great We are determined to do all we can to remedy these evils oven if we be come knowing we are No change in or striking out on no new hut simply pursuing the long and healthy course of English Lord Salisburys remarks were received OUy Treasurer Feake of Kansas Bhort In ills KANSAS May Treasurer Peako was suspended from office at 0 oclock this a shortage of be tween and having been discovered in bis Peake was elected to office as a Democrat two years ago and was reelected this It is the custom upon the installation of of a new city to appoint a com mittee to examine into the condition of the financial department of the when a committee was ap pointed a week ago to examine Peakes No surprise was occa sioned until it was noticed that the city was devoting an extraor dinary amount of time over hia books and was calling in many of his personal This occasioned a rumor that all was not rigbt in bis To determine what basis there might be or the rumor Mayor Holmes and Comptroller Hobba today made a hasty investigation into the The investiga tion occupied all At oclock Peak was summoned to appear be fore the mayor and The In terview between tha three lasted an When it was over the mayor told the reporters that the Investigation of Peakes accounts revealed a shortage of between and and that he had suspended Peako from pending the official to be begun tomorrow by the council commit tee appointed a week At tbe reg ular meeting of the council tonight Mayor Holmes in a special message ex plained the condition of and an nounced Peakes A resolution was adopted ratifying the mayors the shots from a Winchester paesei through the back part of her body be hind her shoulders from left to The wounded girl bravely stayed iu the and putting the whip to her horse rode at full speed threequarters of a mile to a farmers where she fell Her right arm is par alyzed and she can hardly She is the daughter of the late who was for years city The would be assassin is still at are already IMed From the NEW May Clinton Reynolds died in the Chambers street hospital at 3 oclock this The lawyer died from a pistol shot wound which he received in hia office on Wall street a few days ago at the hands of Alphonse when be appeared in the coroners office was broken down com He was recommitted to the city prison without The Inquest will be begun on Friday and an autopsy will be held this WRECKED AT The Urltlsu Steamer Dacca Wreaked la the Bed Son May British steamer Dacca from London April for Bris struck upon the Dnrdenellus reef in the Red tea on Friday The reef is 400 miles from track of navigation and a few inches above tha sea at low The steamer all 410 per most of whom female The paasvugers took refuge ou the a few of them being accommodated in the light house and a few of them were standing on the Many of the lat ter were compelled to stand in the water up to their Most of the passen gers lost their The British steamer Rosarlo from May for barely succeeded in rescuing the officers and crew of the Dacca before she The British steamer from with coal from took the passengers off the reef and afterwards took the Daccas officers and crew from the Rosario and landed them all at Married a May marriage ef Miss Clare Ward and Prince De Caramen son of Pnnce De Bel gian minister of foreign took place at the nunciature in this city to The witnesses for the bride were Whitelaw the American min ister to and Lord the British For Screening the May the solicitor who plead guilty to the charge of conniving to defeat justice by assist ing certain prisoners charged with com plicity in the Cleveland street scandal to waa arraigned for judgment to He was sentenced to imprisonment for six ten to take effect July is granted First John Fifth The leave of absence on surgeons certificate of disability granted First Lieut Sixteenth Is extended one month on account of One year and twentyeight days of the sentence are remitted in the cue of late company High twintb now in the Leavenworth military Ozia of the sentence is remitted State Bandar School May tenth annual convention of the State Sundry School Association of the Christian church began its sessions here today the Christian Quite a large num her of delegates from Missouri and Illinois have already arrived and on the night train many more are ex Arrangements have been made or the entertainment of 500 delegates and fully that number will be in attend ance by tomorrow The exercises were opened at 1 p m Wftitan Won Their May proprietor of the Auditorium hotel this afternoon came to an understanding with his colored whereby they will re main at What concessions he made are not The Culinary Alliance men won at the Briggs house at May winners in todays races were Civil Sor Evangellne and Qoldan Serlotu Trouble With May striking miners at Pilsen today made a raid upen the pits and forced the wen who are at work to Troops were Bent for to sup press the and upon their arrival they bad a collision with the riotous The soldiers fired upon the Hilling five and wounding seven of Wby 8be Did Mot Intervene May Freittinnigt Zeitung says that during the chancellor ship crisis Pnnce Bismarck appealed to the exempress to in his and that she replied You know better ban anyone that I must not use political influence with my May of to days races Olock Weather Hay bll 8 For Kansas variable windc cooler Thursday morn Deadly CITY OF Hay deposit of dynamite in Teplc exploded yesterday causing considerable damage to prop Four persons were killed and six Striken BcturntnE o May 20 situation in the mining districts of Gard has Many of tbe miners have returned to A Pair of lnhalla of is in Sbe wfil visit Queen Victoria at   

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