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   Scandia Independent (Newspaper) - May 11, 1888, Narka, Kansas                                The IlUnois republicans passed resolu FIFTIETH declaring their pieftr enoe for Judge Oresham as a candidate for president ana recommending their delegates to the national convention togive him a hearty and faithful support Senator Cnl his reported as favoriog The democratic state convention of Ne which met at Instructed the St Louis delegation to vote as a unit for President Clevelands renomi The Indiana republican state convention met in and in structed for General Harrison for president The Pennsylvania Prohibitionists met at in declared against all forms of license and denounced high lioensejmeaaurea as a delusion and a The California republicans met in conven tion in A resolu tion was adopted endosing Stanfords course as a He was not mentioned as a presidential A resolution was adopted expressing regret at the refusal of Blame to allow his name to be used as a candidate at the national 1 convention and reiterating their confid ence hi his integrity and eminent The territorial republican convention of at Boise adopted a resolu tion urging upon congress the necessity and feasibility of rendering public aid to May the sen ate today Senator Stewart called and had his resolution offered calling for information on the silver ques senate 000 for a public building at was and the senate then took up the res olution to refer the presidents message and was addressed by Senator The sen ator devoted his entire speech to replying to the attack made on him by Senator Voor hees last Speaking of he reviewed his army record and declared that he had fatally controlled the destinies of the army until the battle of Fredericks As a politician he declared that the general was not in with the the ideas and the sentiments which were then controlling the American Speaking of General he said that his military record was one of the im lodged in the penitentiary here for an at1 tempt to defraud the He was oo ivioted in southern New Mevioo of per jury in connection with an entry of public lands of the territory and sentenced to four years at hard labor and HOW FAHMEBS territories of the United States for the pur pose of reclaiming desert land by and asks congress to pass an act providing that full and complete restriction be placed by national edict upon further immigration to the The fifth district republican convention met in Clay Center May Baker of Balina and McEchron of Concordia were chosen delegates to Valentine of Clay Center was chosen as presidential The delegates were instructed to vote and work for Ingalls was The Kentucky state republican convention defeated a resolution to instruct the C hicago delegates for The delegation goes uninstrnoed but is for The The contention instructed for Bradley for vice president An attempt was made to get the republi can state convention of Illinois to adopt a resolution favoring the submission of a prohibition amendment to the people but It failed The First district republican convention of Michigan instructed its Chicago delegates for perishable heritages of American that he had filled the abyss of fame with names which would be eternally and had he been a soldier under he would have been made a prince and a mar shal of the Bat in the said the he became tainted with the fatal virus of an ambition for the presidential nomination and the people had repudiated him because he was not in sympathy with the reconstruction The senator then proceeded to review the record of the democratic party during the and was particularly severe upon Sena tor Plumb that the Farmers of Kan sas Have Been Bobbed ot During the Past Three discuss ing and acting upon several other the senate resumed consideration of the bill Eor the establishment of a bureau of animal industry and to facilitate the exportation of live stock and their Senator Palmer addressed the senate In favor of the He was followed by Sen ator who suid that he could not snp then proceeded to speak of what he called the cattle and said that the people were helpless and within ite It was the most terrible tyranny ever There were five or in the city of who regulated jinn Dh Atf Tnftt OVfirV company to erect a now passenger P that several acres of tor At the conclusion of Senator Ingalls speech Senator Voorheea replied and a long and heated debate the price of cattle eveyy night and fixed the J The Missouri farmer leymetevery for the next from the market E and Fifteen Animals Burned to May Beenpeoial from Arlington says At 6 oclock tits morning a fire was seen on the farm of the widow be the barn of her soninlaw lmcL wholived oclock to see if all were and were hor rified to find the charred of hnman only identified their The old lady Fred Grat his wife and three and Freds brother scattered in different parts of the barn among the horses fifteen of which were also One theory is foul another is that each one of the family aimed to save an and all failed andwere A Who is away is the only surviving member of the It is reported that the hired man is miss It was a horrible and pitiful the laying out of the charred remains of the total family which fell among twice their number of dumb brutes The wife was found under a The coroner has been No feud has been in existence in this and no theory can be nated tne company on that though the officials deny the statement Several weeks ago the fired off a huge charge of dynamite beneath the Ing and then it was The SB The officials of the road ive detectives to work on the AIT OIiD MYSTERY The Cause of an Explosion by Which Near ly laves Were May awful explosion of the steamer near twenty three years in which nearly Union soldiers lost their has always been a Survivors at their reunion have duotations that cattle were 8 to cents a shipped his cattle to bat when he got there he found that a syndicate had Ut beef down to 2 to could not store bis as M th He tey would be id The antisaloon republican national con ference adopted its One section asked their brethren of the republi can convention that is to meet in in to incorporate in their platform of Erinoiples a declaration hostility to the as clear and emphatic as the English languaWoanmake it We ask thin because it Eight is The New lork delegation sent a telegram to the re publican members of the legislature de manding that they enact local option for the The republican state convention of Indir ana adopted a resolution sending greeting to Senator of for his exposure Of the record of The Connecticut democrats met in con vention at and elect ed delegates to the Louis The platform adopted reaffirmed the demo cratic federal platform of after three cheers for the convention The Iowa democratic state convention met and elected dele gates to Louis The platform adopted endorses the administra tion of President commends his enforcement of all and his manly and In the house on motion of of the senate bill granting the right of way through the Indian Tern ary to the Kansas City Pacific railroad was taken np and The house then went into committee of the whole for the consideration of the tariff bill and was addressed by of who entered into a defense of his state against charges rpade by of He VAS followed by a democrat from who spoke in opposition to the After listening to two or three other speeches upon the same subject the house May senate today went into secret session early for the consideration of nominations that had filed up during the rjastfew Several were principally When the doors were opened the bill to appro priate for a public building at was taken from thecalen dar and The senate then took up the land forfeiture bill and discussed it at some length but no vote was Private pension bills were then considered and 104 were passed in fortysix Fortyeight of these were house bills and these are therefore ready for the presidents The time of the house was occupied in dis cussing the Mills tariff diminished every day in weight end and so he was coerced to He went to an agent of Armours and was told that the price was He went to another ArmoutBRent and got the same He was met all over the city with answers of 2K rents a and hejiad to take it no that these men owned the cattle raiserj property and confiscated it as if they posessed a right to take it from his farm without one cent said htf about trusts talk about pools the cattle pool of Chicago is the most infamous tyranny that ever existed in the United They have got their col lar on the oattie producers of the entire and I know no remedy for The statesman who would invent the remedy would deserve a monument more enduring than the SENATOB PLTJMB Senator Plumb then addressed the senate on the cattle In his opinion the worst combination in the country was the combination of beef and pork There was no trust or the Standard Oil the the copper or any other trust that had so powerful or so baneful an effect as that com For years the price of cattle to the pro ducers had been going they had gone down he thought 50 per cent the same Backward Spring In the May On the of last seeding in Dakota was finished and the crop had been put the groundin excellent condition der most favorable conditions of This the season has been backward and cold and more rain fell in this state in April than ever Lata rams have stopped seeding entirely in ujariy all parts of the northwest and the tKOtmd ik wet and No progress has made during the past week and unless the weather is ol the best nothing can be done for nearly a week or This is particularly true of the southern part of In many of the south ern counties the ground vjas wet before the last rains and in some places BO covered with water that it will be a week before teams can be taken into the fields even with the of weather from this Tbe Democratic State Organ Turned to a New Democratic May following announcement will be made in tomorrows issue of the In November of the proprietor of the for purely business offered to dispose olit to a syndicate of gentlemen for a stipulated sum of ter a full and thorough was aor cepted under certain An agree ment was entered into between the proprie tor of tha Gazette and the gentlemen men by which the Gazette and all its were to be transferred to and by them to be controlled and operated as a democratic Under tins arrangement the syndicate agreed to pay a specific sum of money within a able Belying upon the pledges given a charter was obtained and a board of direc tors being their names being published at the head of the editorial where it has since and the wa zetteat this time became a democratic waiting a specified time for the gen tlemen to keep their and discover ing at this late day that for reasons known they are unwilling to do I deem it both just to myself and the public generally to state that I can no longer afford to await their motion and bffve decided to transfer the control of the Gazette to anoth er to another set of whohave signified their willingness to as sume its control and the necessary financial obligations which it assumes from this date Then the Gazette as the only demo cratic morning daily paper in will then be under the exclusive control of anew net of the i elation of the old gnrding the a number of statements re Isffisa STATE tional story has been told by a resident of this William His statement fixes the explosion as the result of Be claims that a noted confederate blockade runner and mail oar named Robert better known during the war as Charles was the author of the terrible disas Streator claims that Lowden told him after the close of the that while the Sultana lay at Memphis wharf he smuggled aboa da large lump of coal in which was concealed a This he deposited on the coal in front of the boilers for the ex press purpose of causing the destruction ot the boat Divided May advocates of so cial changes in this city are far from being nnanimaus regarding the proposed amnesty movement for the imprisoned Schwab and Both of the two last appear to have lost caste with the more radical faction by accepting commu tation of the death To a reporter this afternoon Dyer the successor of Parsons as editor of the denounced Schwab and Fielden as Lum emphatically declared as far as he was the only one of the trio he would like to see a free man is unlike Fielden and did Lot beg for BtlMonrl Crop May secre tary of the Missouri state boai3 of agricult reports very full crop returns from every section of the and represents April as been a ooldjfdry The season is eleven days Pas tures are very the 20th injured Beaches and from the 16th to early OI IU1U J11B UAOIIIJ denunciation of useless war tax try was May the senate today the house bill authorizing the piao ingof General Alfred Pleaganton on the retired list with the rank of colonel was re ported Senator Stewart offered a bill to make operativethe stipulation of the Chinese treaty with reference to Chinese emigra The bill prohibits absolutely the en try of all Chinese laborers into ibis country except such as have already a residence here and are away The railroad land forfeiture bill was dis cussed for a time and then laid aside and the bill to create a bureau of animal indns time the prices of meat to the consumers had gone and every single dollar of the difference had gone into the pockets of that and so perfect was their con trol that they knew not only how many cattle were to arrive each day m um but over what railroad they were to where they had been shipped their character and the men who shipped When the oattie reached Chicago the syndicate representative was sent to review and put a price upsn them and that was the price at which they had to be unless it was made No cattle com mission man dared to set up for himself in Chinch bugs are almost everywhere re ported and are now a greater menace than for There is a greater acreage of wheat than for amounting to Prospect or five poims The prospective yield for the is 893 Area to oats is Clover is very badly winter hoard having Ihe Gazette will continue to support tne renomination of President and everything else that will subserve the best interests of the democratic party both in Kansas and the Mehtlng the Saloons In Judge of the police today overruled the de murrer to a plea in filed by counsel for Mnnger the saloon keep Flsbery imblican members of ay The re the foreign rela courageous and his and economical administration of public and the and generous payment of all pensions on meritorious The 8t Louis delegation is solid for Over 100 settlers staked out claims on the military reservation near Ft and erected believing that they wcsre locat ng on the Ft Assinaboine Indian reservation recently thrown open to settlement The officers have notified the tattlers that they will have to off from the reservation within five Many of them have flatly refused to do and it is believed that there will be 1 Along probably designed to show that the shortened arm of Prince Wiliam is not due to is telegraphed from An article has just been published in the Medical Record of New York which accounts for the shortened arm by an acci dent at the princes It is stated that Queen Victoria sent a couple of English physicians to attend the one of whom broke tha young princes It did not knit together again and caused thia arm to two inches shorter than tbe This story is also made to account for the princes opposition to the attendance of English physicians upon his Em peror It was telegraphed from that the emperor was able to arise and that his strength is gradually No further bulletins will be issued unless he re was adit iced in tha Standard Oil investigations in before the house committee on manufac to the effect that the Standard compa ny had threatened merchants who purchased from rival Mode Himself May of who was recently appointed as sistant United States district attorney for and who attempted suicide a few days ago by cutting his is thought to be hopelessly He is confined in a hospital where is constantly raving over some wrong done or attempt upon his Physicians t ink the knife used by Bobbins must have severed a nerve leading to his producing an injury from which he will never On this bill Senators Vest and Plumb made earnest speeches in opposition to its Senator Plumb pronounced the Chicago cattle combine as the worst trust in the and intimated that the bill was only a measure to give it a firmer grip upon the industry of the The bill was finally laid aside and after an executive session the senate The house went early into committee of the on the tariff bill and several speeches were the most notable being by Wilson who spoke in favor of the When the committee rose a bill was passed authorizing the building of a bridgfl over the Missouri river or Omaha andthe house then May senate was not in session In the house the day session was spent in debate on the tariff bill and an evening session in considering private pension May entire time of the bouse today was spent in com mittee of the whole on the Mills tariff No arguments of greatimportance was SIN May the senate today there were short discussions of the land forfeiture and the pleuropnenmonia but no vote was reached on In executive session the nomination of Fuller to be chief justice of the supreme court was referred to a sub committee of the judiciary the Chinese treaty was ratified and majority and minority re ports were made on the fisheries The majority report recommended that it be not In the housa the river and harbor bill was taken up and A message was re ceived from the president vetoing the authorizing the sale of certain New York Indian lands in By the operation of the prices oattie had declined unnecessarily and de It was safe to say that on every of three years old raised westof the Mississippi nver during the past the market value had by this reduced not less than The damage to the state of Kansas alone during that period of time had been more than and the wealth of the syn dicate had grown They had a committee there having in their pockets the money of this stock ring to get congress to give them control of the question of cattle With that control Chicago would be made open water and St Louis could be quarantined against Practically there was the same in fluence in Louis and Kansas This combine had allies in the railroad managers they had allies in the railroads they had made the railroad officials partnere in their stock partners in their feed ing and given them sops out of all the profits derived by them fronr the tame the cattle were shipped until the oattie reached the abbatoir in New 01 Step by step they had come to the final condition where they actually fixed the price of cattle just as though they were the men who raised and were the only in the world who did raise the tions committee of the senate a meeting in the judiciary committee room to hear the majority adverse re port on the fisheries which has been prepared by Senator and is now The report takes the treaty sepures of United except what balongs to us by natural right The treaty will probable bo reported neit week and Elaines NEW May World pri1 the following James Blaine will not be inaccessible when the national republican convention is held on June From time to time it has been stated that Elaines plan would be so arranged the national convention was in session he would be on the homeward and wholly out of so that he could neither decline nor accept a nomina tion if tendered to The how definitely ascertained that the Maine statesman at that particular and critical be within comparative ly easy so that he can readily be com municated with and can accept a call from his if it sees fit to enter him in the lists and he feels disposed to again encoun ter the hard and perHous work of the presi dential er who is charged with keeping his saloon open on The plea was based on the allegation that the law was not properly The court found that the law was enacted in due The defense then dor manded a and the case was set for three oclock this Warrants were issued today for 127 persons who yes terday violated the Owen and all who were arrested gave Mayor Smith in timates that he may changehis policy next arresting at once all who open their The new Fellows temple at Ellsworth was a few days The advocates ot Ohantilly for county seat of Kearney are now sup porting atown The houses on Ohantilly town eite are beingremoved to the new Ottawa Bepnblioan Parkin son reports mote than double the cane planted at Fort Scott that there was last Fifteen thousand dollars in im provements are being put into the works There is a general scare in Greeley county about mad There has been one death from hydrophobia there and several doga have been Some people advocate that every dog in the county be muzzled or Great Bend Register The work on the long talked of Santa Fe round house and shops will be commenced the early part of Great Bend will be one ot the divisions on the Santa Fefl main line from Chicago to The WinfielA Courier thinks that there is an organized bind of fire bugs in that They are believed respon sible for a number ol incendiary fires that have destroyed considerable prop erty in that Atohison Globe There are 104 students at Midland and the institution is progressing very d that alne to the the On Wednesday I a letter from B her kind jirsi Carnegie received ine thanking her for d Baying that she and Elaine wouM gladly Blaines friends here assert that there is no doubt as to his improved It would be they for a man to at Demented Negro May has Just reached hereof the last of Dan near the vilage of Dan by a party of twentyfive Ihe negro was caught attempting to commit a nameless Miss a school teacher in that He was taken before a justice of the bound over and put in charge of The pris oner was taken from the bailiff and hung to a trea by the He acknowledged his guilt Some think that hasty action wan taken as the negro is said to be of unsound Xire at Baxter BAXTBB May broke out in the Indiana house on Military street yesterday and totally destroyed the house and two frame store Day fc hardware merohantsi lost about half of their but were fully in The store buildings belonged to treaty is disp A Wichita Man May was discovered last night that Walter a promi nent young attorney and insurance agent of this city and instructor in law Tat the Gar field had left yesterday under very suspicious and had written to his wife from Goddard saying he was going to leave and she would never again hear It is thought he has gone to Mexico or His friends refuse to make any but it is al leged that he is a All refuse to the amount or any farther eis a Yale and came here a ear ago trom A Doe Guards a NEW liy inK at 1446 Mound made desperate himself through he body last night in his After a nrgeonhad Pressed the wonndaNew onndland dog pushed his way mto the edroom and mounted guard over his No one dared to enter until this when Hummel made the The dog sprang upon her and aoerated her A policeman was caUed coachin for if he Thosr who know say considered that they then propos ed to have congress rivet the final chain on the cattle industry in their he was lost between admiration and indigna tion at their The senator he believed the commis sioner of agriculture would as well with the powers given in the bill as anybody He hod great confidence in himHe woul trust him a thousand fold before he would anyone in Hebelieved IB giving to the commissioner of agriculture al the powers proposed to be given to the com and would not vote for any meas ure that would detract from the power and dignity of department MARKET A Severe May severe wind storm passed over Galena outbuildings and other objects in its A frame under process of oonstruc Uon in the was completely and six men were thrown from the roof to the ground of twenty but none were fatally The storm came from the southwest and was accompanied by i rainand violent Considerable damage WM done to property at but there ware ao Came Home to of this early this morning on the Union Pacific just east of r while dressing suffering from consumption in nywitti a on his way m where be had spent Kansas City Grain ana Produce Market KANSAS The Daily Indicator reports at regular elevators last re ouihels bash leaving Btookia ai reported to tha board of trade 8 B winter 80o bid offerings no 80o asked June no bidi no offerings at regular sinca last and withdrawals bnBh leaving stock in store at reported to the board of trade 47o no a trip 1 said to It us on our Our as far as ar will call for an outing of some We expect to leave London with and about the 6th of May ra i today with Chairman of the n republican executive jo far as Bhunes he was well as ordinarialy baring a slight There are fourteen members of the Fresh man A Freshman class is unusual the first year of Bassell Journal While Aggie the 6yearold daughter of and Antone was return ing from sbe was bitten by a rattU snake from the effects of which she died within twenty four Fifty and children as sembled in the city park in a few days to improve as the city was either unable or indisposed to do anything with t Burlington Independent who was arrested some time charged with burning the city had a preliminary examination before Justice Frazier and was bound over to district court in the the sum of The Lawrence Journal is B war on the polioe force in that The Jouroal says the motto of the policemen of that city is We always Ludell Gazette Petitions are circulated for voting bonds in tridtfor the building xne total JOBB there is no actual damage excapt to jha in enrance companies Local capitalists pro to rebuild the hotel in a substantial manner The American May wrestling match for the worlds between Evan Lewis and Jack champion of En took place terms were best three in five three points down school facilities are wholly and many hOTft been deaied school prfvaegee d past Stockton Democrat The Central was M Some and oatofcasoatohcan can weighed 170 pounds and Britain 20 pounds Only three bouts were neoes Lewis winning each and the champion and one Ihree thousand people aoerated her n who shot the B flummels wound sijrominent merchant of this otomao May of New presented ia the for appropriate from Sehofleld l and other members of tbe Ar asked SO Uoaeltdd June On track by 3 mixed Kfltoot of May 12 oclock last the Brooks liquor law went into practical operation oud 602 out of 727 in the olostd probably never to be A large number of saloon who were refused a have decided to quit the but a respecta ble minority will hold out for a year with the hope of getting In Allegheny county there were applications for li but only 485 were Cremation at Lotos May morn ing the of wife of Judge at this was incinerated in tbe Lpnls recently The cremation was puooesufplly performed in three Only a few friends and rela tives of deceased were present This is the first cremation that has ever taken plaaflto the smoi a white and May 680 no ofier inqolrr bat litOe brandtlnwr t barrel in Make at f ollowi 25 80 muX Harket brisd lew medium K 0009 Ofy poot and nwrkot oream rytanor at 21o Ue in AjPOoi package The Negroes May fnr her has been received from the negro rouble in Londes The scene of the Usturbanoe is some distance from railroad and From the fact that the troops are expected back today is is thought the trouble is Persons from that who were in the city were of the same The troops returned from the scene of trouble in Lowjidez county this They left everything They assisted the sheriff in arresting a number of Alaskan May secretary of the interior today transmitted to the house a by Governor of upon the operations of the Alaska Seal and Fur Alaska com pany in which he alleges that the company has grossly abused the and attaches an affidavit to sustain his Hecon oludes with a quotation nual report that it would be better to allow every fur seal to be exterminated than to continue so blighting a Charged With May of a Christian was ar raigned at Maiden this morning on a charge of for causing the death of iier daughter by neglecting to provide a physician for her in but owing to the government not being her case was continued till May She was placed under Status of the 0 May member of the press committee of the that the strike is still v umorthatit baa been declared tf u Jy sofar concerned Northern Chief Arthur and Sargent prac tically declared tbe strike oft about three weeks by instructing Tnen towtumio they are To group some of them into one general I may say that Blaine has not decided to be a candidate he has hot asked his friends to make any sggresr Bive movement in his behalf has not written an letters deoliniiig the nomina tion this long and it is not true that he will be on the out ofTaaoh of tne telegraph when the Chicago obuvention is in Chairman Jones said Blaine desired to remain abroad two but he would not be able to do I wouldnt surprised hear was coming or that he would stay until next No time has as yet Cfonld Hot corning west NBW May Gould said yes fd to a reporter of tLe Tribunen re mors that I shaUleave for the west tonight are not correct I hope to an inspea tion of the southwestern system in a I cannot say when I shall I presume the management Texas will proba be able to extract blood from a turnip I have not been able to do Want Another Chance May petition a of the Belltelephone case was clerks office of the supreme There is no denying the since his declination there hasu ng sentiment among that Blaine should the leadership of party in the next great This move nent has great strength and will erf if hot the most the next Ido not think the intention of Blaine to come out fact that ever that Dan jSventor of the lication can only be granted concurred in Chief Jusiice Upholding the validity Bells ismf as Inventorof the tefei Branch recently sent out a through Sleeper from Atohiaon to Hastings over Warwick The will run regularly Salina is getting together and 200 carriages to entertain the Kansas who meet there on the 19th of The banquet will take place in the opera Galena Republican A stranger1 named Milt Fort was killed at the Smith OHare ehcft Monday under the following srircnmstanceB He went to work at one 1 first and had been at work perhaps minutes in the sump bailing when a boulder weighing about 200 pounds fell from the side of the twentyj feet above and struck him on the head and neck as he wts hi a stooping Hepler Banner Miss Laura went out to the cool house to get spine cobs to burn in the stove the other morh IngT and Boooped up her and put them into the coal box just BB ask his friends John of say I would like to see to support John Smith or and nomiated such an would have great tabor T he steamer Trinan and with May special to the Post hmefle immigrant8 have The Dispatch from union labor h taken steps to prevent the land Irr0JfIthe The government of New Zealand and Tasmania concur that the Inarinabout hsK went to fill up the she was Chinese Must On the hand by a young rattksnaker May confer fe Bmposed that she carried the methods for I it got warmed it bit Bemediea were promptly administered and she will today to Phonograph gives the foil Dispatc from h taken steps to preven e a xne jrenoB convention this mornmB nominated the folfIrr0JfIthe The government of lowing as the latest news from tae goia lowing state ew eaan an For of Ohine8e labor must be to endorse Jesse Harper for I president was District delegates to the Cincinnati were A Service Pension association was the Beports oome Timber neat a place the gold increased Mail that the company sulking the sbafli hW LtraoK the genuine gold quartz today in the form of a tha BhoWB every mdtcabon of gojajbei wnendment heretofore proposed by JWm to paying This is one of the first asBodationB organ Heavy rains have fallen throughout norths western during the past three days and the crop prospects were never editor of the Harper was arrested today for Contempt court The trouble of contest and ibergs arrest by a to Amending the Civil Bervloe May JxiJTrf Ohio today introduced a BUI eUijiblei for rook and not IwitbibttWheywW could procure here Hutu ig tools which they have service l ed for a few until can be I TeueU Who in Cleveland ja a ntoandldatA for chief leea berg has been arrested on tbia Bt came in aud at MiM Bo JMOsaowt May By a telegraphic arm in the Mimpiiri orop report fox sent out S rated flgnres are 6 KansuGltyJUveStmk May Xhetow Stock Indicator general griperinl option to pnv The Chlneae Batlfled liay sens in session ratified Chinese twatywithont lt   

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