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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               retiiim VOL. VTII. NO. BLOWNUPBYDYNAMIlE. l wo Men Killed and Many Others Injured. FIKLl) LIGHTMJSG FLASH Tim Ttiilult Jute Which Overtook Vol I itciuiii While They weie Be moving Gouils froiu a liurulug al I ill Forte of the Kiploslon O Maj X anil an ex plosion of twenty-five pouuda of dynamite wrought in the village of Lucas, BIX milts wist of here Sunday morning The Hi e which was started by a flash ol lightuiug WHS discmered in the rear ol J S Gli-trles hardware atore The village flre dep irtment worked hard but villagers realized that they could not sava the building they set to work to save the goods thej were thus engaged twenty flve pounds of dynamite exploded and blew the frame building and a two storj bnc.k blciik into small pieces The Killod and Wounded Ihe'je killed Jones Jtrrj a carpenter, aged 50 He was blov.il hUrdU) to pieces and only a portion of bis charred body could be found He a u ife aud five children Smith, I H the village marshal He was workmij outside, but was struck by thefljing tin jus and hurled across the street apal another building and m staiitl) killi 1 the Seriously Injured. Among the scnouslj injured were cr John internally hurt by fall- ing timbus Haiim Iho nils [egB and aims hurt Hanna Jcs ph bad cut on forehead and legs Jones D B i rushed bj timbers Myers F hurt about head by flying bru If b Kussell I sev ere cut over left eye. Smart H r injuied about head and body Besides tl ese men there were fifteen 01 twentj others who were slightly injured by flying debris Ten Iflo Force of the Explosion. The brick block, two stones high, which was demolished was occupied by J G. Charles as a general store Part of his stock was thrown some 300 feet away, a penknife being en into an oak post at that distance, and the glass in all the houses in the village was broken People within a 100 foU of the buildings were knocked and the report of the ex plosion w tt8xheard fully fh e miles away Half a doatm buildings m all were wiecked f Johnstown Deluged. JOHNBTOWN, Pa, May teiriffle rain storm, accompanied bj heavy thunder and lightning, occurred here Sunday after- noon The mil fell in sheets for about halt an hour, flooding streets, filling cel- lars, and doing a groat deal of damage Railroad street, in Cambria City, was under water, the water being up to the first floor in about fifty houses on that street The eastbound track of the Pennsylvania rail road was covered to the depth of from twu to three feet by dirt washed from the bills at several places between the stone bridge and Momllsville, delaying trains fpr a couple of hours Ihe westbound was similarly obstructed between Conemnugh and Johnstowu The rivers are rising rapidly, but it is not thought they will do much damage A Now York Earthquake. GLOVFRSVII l F, N Y Mny 28 7am Sunday this city experienced a severe shock of earthquake Large buildings were shaken, people were out of chairs and out of bed and was shat- tered The earthquake was preceded by a loud rumbling sound. At the same mo- im nt the fire ahum bells rang out for a small fire and intensified the excitement m the morning, when the excite- ment had subsided, the fire bells again gave the alarm, and a large brick building in the rear of the opera house Was din- covered to be in flames It was entirely destroj ed Another slight shock of earth- quake was felt about noon The shook was the severe ever felt in thii vicin- ity Two Churches Struck. IlAliulbONBUBG, Va., May 96 heavy rain and electric utorm passed over Sunday afternoon, accompanied by hall rod lightning By a strange freak a single bolt of lightning straok both the Baptist and Episcopal churches The buildings are on different streets, fully 500 feet apart The tov.tr of the Baptist church stripped of its covering and the timbers ludly splintered. The bolt passed dowu the side of the Episcopal church, splitting the toinu stone and throwing its content! out into the churchyard The Allegheny Bounding. PnxsBtno, May 28 rivers are still rising here, and the low lands on the north and south sides are partly under water. About worth of lumber hod boon swept away, but beyond this no damage has resulted' from the flood and none is apprehended At midnight there ncie twenty-three fcot of water in the Al- legheny river Old river meu do not M- pcct more than twenty five feet, as the water IB falling at the headwaters. BLACK RUBE'S VENGEANCE- Outlaws Burn the City ol Coolldge In New Mexico. TKKNTON, MONDAY AFTKKNOON, MAY 26, 1890. TWO GKN18 E, N. M, May 26 -A dis- astrous flre set by tramps has every house In the ctly of Coolldge, N. M except the railroad sating house and the depot buildings 'Ihe tramps had boon loiteiing mound town for seveiol and were infuriated because citizens had made preparations to drive them ont. For days they had held control of the town. Tribute was levied on the stores, the de- mands being emphasized by a show of Vi capons Finally the residents wore driven to wage war in self defense. Their resistance enraged the tramps and in retaliation the buildings Weio fired Be fore the ashes of the town were cool a posse of citizens on horseback were in pur- suit of the tramps, and lyiichings are probable The leader of the tramps is be- hoved to be Black Rube, a half brood and a hard character three Ocean Oreyhonndt Raced. New YORK, May i'ne Anchor line steamer City of Rome, the Canard line stenmer Anranla, and the Gulon line steamer Alaska, whfdh left Qneenstowu May 18, wete sighted off Fire Island Snn- day 'Ihe voyage was made by the City of Rome in 7 days, 5 hours, 4 mlnntaij, by the Aurania in 7 days, 6 hours, 26 and by the Alaska in 7 days, 8 hours, 40 minntes There was much betting on the mult, both  prlntiou bills are piling up this session 1 he amount of appropriations tin hills ulruuh passed and ptiiding point to im that will the uptime bj man) millions during the cimilnw hscil >uir Gtnern ment ren time fu la all sources fnr the )ear including th0 postal revenue plated bj the treasury dtpirtimnt ruently at 40U 000 Ihe regulai annual uppio- priation bills exclusheof dtficitiiciea will amount to about t.U3 000 (WO anil the per manent appropimtions including the sink lug funds, will it ich The deflciencj lulls will according to the estimates of the membtib of the hi uatc ip propnatiou committee lit at least 000, 000 That makes an gate of fll 600 000 of appropriations extlusue of the de- pendent pension bill v> Inch if it becomes a law as passed by tht senate will tall for Appropriations for the increase of Ihe navy as paused bj the house amount llitrc lias btcn oOU (XX) ap propnated for the orld s fair If the and harbor bill and the Gaheston harbor bill and the one for the chan nel between the upper and lower lakes nil pass, that will make 000 000 more to be added to the nppropuatious Ihe rniscel laneous appropriations at the last short session amounted to 795, and they are likel) to amount to a good deal more at this sebsiou, as the public building bills already repoited in the house carrj an ag gregnte appropiintion of iU 000 000, to say nothing of the senate bills but if the mis cellaneous appropriations carrj onl) the same amount as at the last session the to- tal of appropnatious will amount to leaving a deficiency of 000 000 These flguies and estimates leave out of sight possible appiopriations fur coast de- fenses, the direct bill audf many other purposes, winch if made will sVvell the de- ficit next year considerably ibove 8100, A WARM TIME TIPPERARY The Police with William O'Brien's Bruised LONDON Maj X> he nWtmg at New Tipperarj to alebrate the btvcccss of the new settlement was held in despite of the government s prohibition About peo- ple assembled at Limerick Jwnction towel- come the members of pai hament who came to attend the meeting After the) had alighted from the tram Messis Dillon, O'Brien and John O Connor spoke at the station. The police were nonplussed, as they had receh ed no orders against such a contingencj 1 hey warned the speakers, but were not heeded, and they were pon er less to go further Afterward the speakers drove to New Tlp- perary, and Mr 0 Brien was about to ad dress the large assemblage there when he was interfered with b) the police and the crowd was dispensed, clubs being freely used by the police Mr O'Brien taunted the police with cowardice, but suggested to the people to offer no undue resistance, as he desired to avoid bloodshed Mr O'Brien's attitude undoubtedly secured the peaceful outcome of the affair, as the people took their cue from him implicitly They resisted just enough to compel the police to use force, and a good many heads were bruised, but no one was seriously in- jured Troops were held in readiness through out the day to assist the police if necessary, but their services were not called into requisition During a banquet m the even ing at National school two explosives were thrown in the street, but no one was hurt WILL FIGHT IN 'FRISCO. Sullivan will Meet Jackson in California. Other Pugilistic SAN FRANCISCO, May 26 Ful da, of the California Athletic club, says Sullivan will fight Jackson in the Call foruia club and nowhere else He has ]ust received a telegiam from Jack Barnett, Sullivan's manager, which is nn follows "Can't help newspaper reports I have peiuiission from Sullivan, as his manager, to inform you he will be ready to talk busi ness after the Mississippi affair Mnldoon will Train Snlllvnn ST Louis, Mo, May 26 Lewis, the who has just amved here, that before he left Chicago Muldoon showed him a telegram reading "W411 you (Muldoon) come to New York and put Sullivan in shape for the Jackson fight? John IB willing Muldoon left immediately tot New York This is the first evidence that there will be a fight Godfrey >nd Smith to Fight. SAN FRANCISCO, May 26 Rosi Jackson, of the Occidental club, has tele graphed Mnldoon, Ed Smith's trainer, and Capt Cook, of Boston, offering to hang up a purse of for a fight between Smith and George Godfrey, the colored heavy weight, the fight to take place at the club In July A fight between these two men would, no doubt, be one of the best evei witnessed Moirlgtown's Greatest Flre. MOBBISTOWN, N J, May large Farrelly building in this place, used for storage purposes, was burued Sunday, en- tailing a loss of The building was owued by Patrick Farrelly, president ol the American News company The cause of the flre is not known It took the fire department flve hours of hard work before it was gotten under control Some of the losses are Turner Bennel, grocers, 120, 000, Cottrell Much more, caterers, Post Flagg, brokers, (600, A. A Fansbawe, A great amount of valuable ftuulture, pictures and bric-a-brac was destroyed Walker Had a walk Over. HAVKH, Conn May 26 Sun- day morning Dan Walker, of this city, and Ed McDonald, of Waterbuiy, fought six rounds with two ounce gloves in a bam at Allington, six miles from here, for the gate receipts, amounting to The affair was rather tame, Walker having little trouble in pounding his man so that the sponge was thrown up at the end of the sixth round A Break In the Erie Canal. TJTICA, N Y, May Ihe tow path bank of the Erie canal gave way six miles west of this city last evening, washing out the Central railroad tracks and throwing a freight train in the ditch The level is sixty miles in length and the water in rising rapidly Trains on the Central will probably be transfeired to the West Shore tracks around the washout, She Took Puwderad Opium ALia, N Y, May 28 Mrs. D A Pruyn took powdered opium in mistake for Ipecac ind died Sunday from the effects of the potion Druggist Charles Smith is accused ol the responsibility for the fatal error The entorlnj? wedge of a complaint that may provo (Mai Is often a (light cold, which B doio or two of Ayer's Chutry Feetontl might Jrnvo cured nt the commencement. It would be well, therefore, to keep this remedy within reach at PLEASURE SEEKERS DIE. Eight Persons Drowned in a Massachusetts Lake. i CHILD KOCKtD THE FLATBOAT, And the Overloaded Craft Capsized, Hurl- ing a Dozen People Into the Water. Monies and Children were Drowned Within Wwenty Feet of the I ake Shore FALL RIVER Mass May 26 of the saddest and most heartrending accidents that has occurred m this city for years took place at Wutuppa lake about 12 15 o'clock Sunday afternoon A party of men women and children took a boat at the pond and went out rowing A strong wind was blowing and the waves were running quite high The boat in which the party embarked was a common flat bottomed one, about 13 feet long, and hod seating capacity for eight persons A dozen or more people, however, had crowded into the boat which was plainly overloaded and tipped with a dangerous ease Just north of the pumping station the party became alarmed and endeavored to propel the boat toward shore The Child Roeked the Boat. 1 his was not an easy matter, as the water was rough, the wind and the oars- men inexperienced When the boatload of pleasure seekers was within twenty feet of the shore one of the children playfully rooked the boat, the. edge of which dipped to within a few inches of the lake's sur faoe One of the men warned the child to remain quiet, but the warning was un- heeded Over Boat Vfeiit. Suddenly, without a moment's warning, the boat capsized Heartrending cries rent the air men, women and children were precipitated into the lake, and lashed the water into foam about them in their des- perate efforts to keep afloat But two or throe of the men could swim, and with one exception they at once struck out for the shore, leaving the helpless women and children and their less fortunate male coin panions to their The exception was William Turner, who swam to terra flrrrm with one of the party The Water Closed Over Them. The cries of the drowning people were heard by several persons on shore, who shouted to the woman and children to clma to the boat but they seemed panic stricken and exhausted, and the water soon closed over them and drowned their screams Eight were Drowned. Eight persons were drowued their bodies were recovered later in the day The names of the dead are Samuel Wittles, aged 50, Mrs. Wittles, aged 45, Henry Wittles, aged 10, Samuel Wittles, Jr aged 12, Levina Buckley, aged 35, Fred Buckley, aged 3, Willie Buckley, aged 8, Willie Turner, aged 9 THE BASEBALL WORLD. American At Philadelphia Athletic 2001 8t Louis 000000000-0 Base bits Athletic 12, St. Louis ft. Errors Athletic, 0 St Louis i Batteries Esper and Robinson Whttrock and Munyon At Brooklyn (first Brooklyn 01 1 0 I 0 0 0 8 Columbus 1-18 Base hits Brooklyn, 4, Columbus 6 Errors Brooklyn 6 Columbus 6 Batteries Mattimore and Toy Easton and 0 Connor i Second (fame- Brooklyn 1 Columbus 00800000 9 Base hite Brooklyn, 5, Columbus 11 Errors Brooklyn 6, Columbus, S. Batwries McCul- lough and Toy Wldner und O'Connor At Syracuse Syracuse 001008050 2-13 Louisville. 0084008104 14 Base hits Syracuse, 20, Louisville IB Errors! Syracuse, 1 Louisville, 2 Batteries Keefe Brings and Dealy ffhret and Ryan At Rochester Toledo game pravented by rain Postponed until Tuesday Atlantic Association. At City, 7, Washington 6 hits Jersey City, 16, Washington 10 Er rors Jersey Citj 4, Washington 2 Batteries Fitzgerald Murphy, Phillips and Riddle At Baltimore 11 Base hits Newark 4 Baltimore, 10 Errors Newark, 4, BalUmore, 4 Batteries Sullivan and Duffy, O'Rourke and-Tate Standing of the Clnbi New York Chlpago Clubs Fhliadelp'a 10 10 Brooklyn. 18 10 New York 14 11 Chicago 18 10 Oluhn Athletic Rochester Louisville Colnmbui Clubs Wash ton N Haven Baltimore Worcester AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W L PCt Clubs. W L. 19 8 704 Toledo 12 18 18 10 643 St Lonla 18 16 15 12 MO Syracuse 12 14 14 15 488 Brooklyn 6 20 ATLAJUIC ASSOCIATION W L. PCt Clubs. W PCt 480 464 16 8 667 Newark 18 11 16 8 E6! Jersey City 9 18 15 9 685 Hartford 7 16 11 7 611 Wllmlngt'a 4 19 PCt m 429 318 174 He Stabbed the Firemen. NKW YORK, May the City of Home was coming into the harbor a fight occuned In the steerage between James F Curran, a cattle tender, and two firemen named Brennan and Jones Curran cut his antagonists severely with a knife He won arrested on the anlval of the steamer at her wharf He claims that be was at- tacked by a number of the firemen, and used the knife In of bis life His Victim II Dead- WAIERBUMY, Conn May 28 Thoman Peters, who was assaulted Good Friday night by Daniel Corr, died Saturday night from his injuries Corr fled, but was af- terward tracked to Buckton, Mass where he was arrested Ihe autopsy showed that death was due to a blow on the skull from a dull instrument, knuckles or club. Corr will be brought here and tried for man- slaughter Engineer Dead. PAOIA, Kan May 26 southbound freight on the Missouri, Kansas and Teiaa road, from Paola to Parsones was Wrecked near here Sunday by a switch being raised too high by the workman who had repaired it The engine and six cars were derailed and demolished, and Engineer Caskey and Fireman Dowues so badly Injured that they died a tew hours afterward. A labor Ticket for New York. Nuw YORK, May 86 Central Tjibor nnion have decided to put a labor ticket in the field at the nnrt municipal election. The Socialists opposed the plan. The prevalence of soromlons taint In the blood Is muoh more universal than many are aware Indeed, bnt few persons are free from it Fortunately, however, we have In Ayer's Barsttpftrllla the most potent remedy ever discovered for ihi. terjlble LABORS GREAT VICTORY Netilv -in (100 Cm peritors lu the 1 Hour I I'lUlMllliux -W 1 In ntt r thi i n tin I until Hn I ub (1 "f On i it! i 1 I iiu 1 1 >f il t n t is Kb KMIC tliat u( t 1 ite the I in 1 1 as tut n uit 1 I -t is m fur tit uujeiiUrH in MII i V II il n tin i has In i n f n 1 1 i u Ii n ben, 11 1 th 1 U h I I i I i I i- were th )se t f I i k tl is t i s Tin re is grt it ex iteintnt in tin nturhl i hootl Ilii tkir Kt M! s IleuiiviMiirnt r is May Jh i Hit] left ft i Poitlitiiil evcniiu ti hi! tin n i hv thi tluath of Inn aged in tlti 'Xr 1'ikiis if Kins is ill n t as sj i i i M pi o tt n during his fib in tl f n L l I fnrm THE I AXATIVE 'VND r UI Kl fiOU3 JUIOB OF TJItt FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined the rppcliunal of plui's known to be most btuefici.il to tie human sjstun forming an agreeable and eficLtu e Lixatn L to perma- cuie Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak 01 mactrve :ondition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tl most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM When one is I! ho is or Constipated s T A r PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and S f RENOTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUQOIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY DY CALIFORNIA FIG STOUP CO. SAN FRAHCISCO, CAL, n nrw VOPK n y. ANGKT.Q CAMKKA'S OENEEAL CONtMaiONEEY, J? w S, u -i'S, tc. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty An immense assortment of Cacbous, Lozen- ges, Drops, Cough Ciudies, Nut Candies, Mixtures, Penny Goods, Turkish Candies, French I reams, French Qlaces, etc. Prices moderate 208 SOUTH BROAD STREET, NEXT TO BBOAD faTREET BANK ANGELO OAMFRA, PBOP. The latest novelties ont in Ladies' ind Children's fast-colored, best quality hose, among which please note following famous, absolutely dyes The Y. S F tho Star, the Daisy and Gloria Dye, which chal- lenges the whole world for its equal In quality and extremely low prices The reduced prices are 20 and 2Sc and upwards Car next novelty are new styles Just ont in Children's Hate and Caps, to which pay especial study, and always had the name of selecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of ard Children's Caps and Hate. Handsome Hats reduced to 25c. and upwards Fans 1 Fans I Fans! All styles made, along with Buck' les, Pocket-books, Corsets fine Cam- bric Underwear, Gauze Underwear, Kibbons, Gloves of every descrip- tion, Mitts, Ac Parasols and fine Umbrellas is our giand specialty. We ketp only the very best made Parasols and gun Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas and are daily receiving new styles at lower than truly city prices Look at them. Call and be convinced. W I I OPPOSIPE CITY HALL. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., lESNTON, N. 3. Tran'nots a g AH oral banking bnsinssa. Allows interest on casbQeposits, subject to check at sight. Bents boxes of various sizes la its flre and bnrglar proof vaults, the renter exclusively keeping the key. Acts u agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate. VTecntes trusts of ever? description, as "lecutor, Administrator, Guardian, Trus- tee, eto. Loam money on mortgage and on col- late! .1. for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the world. HUGH H. HAMILL, President. HCKTBYS Lifii.i, Vice President. ASA F. SKIBM, Souetary. BABKXB GUMIBE, JR., WII.TTAM G. HOOBI, Hngh H. Hamill, T N. Adams, Barker Gammere, Esq., Rogers, Parker Gnrnmere, Jr., 3ame> Buchanan, W-h'n A. Roebllng, Owen H. Locke, H. S. Little, L B. Blsdon, 8.Meie.1HhDicHnson J R-O-lrill. Idward Grant Cook, Edmund 0. Hill, 8. Tt.4, UNLIKE TEA COFFEE-GOOD FOR THE NERVES. I he claims of cocoa as a useful article of diet are steadily winning recognition Unlike tea and coffee, it is not only a stimulant but a nounsher, and it has the great advantage of leaving no narcotic, effects Hence it is adapted to general use The strong may take it with pleasure, and the weak with impunity VAN Him UN'S COCOA "BEST A GOES FARTHESl." HouritN a OUCOA onr-e triod owd UITM no lajarioM 00 nerTcms 171116111 It iino wonder thereforn ttut ID til of wurld. thii COCOA Ii recommended by medlrul men of eoeoai or for dally nM by children or I iftlo ID the world Auk fir VAN Houiifl lead Umbrella You., i fins' Oeleb-ated Spring Styles now on Rale IIATH-H, 16 Bant State Blark Dress Goods 'or Summer wear, in Batiste, Challis, Claiiette, Nua's Velilog, Camel hair Grenadine these are in all wool. ID silk and wool beautiful Grenadines, Mohairs, Gloriosa and Lace Flouncing Lace stripe wool Batiste. A choice asiortment of styles in the fast black Lace I-a wns. Sateens, Ginghams, Challi' s and Cambrics io great variety of qualities atr' MAitri t to-, desiring Porch Chairs, Rockers, Lamps, Curtains and other similar requisites for seashore or country homes will find our stock exceptionally bright and interesti g. .PKlCKS ANn KXCT-USIVKT.YOUR OWN; KQlII AKK MATCII- T.KSS, ANn KQTII AKK FUT.T.Y WITHIN TIIK KOUNnSOK OUK TJTTT.K fKOKlT AN'i HIGH QUAT JTY HJK.A. We are not given to boasting, but we affirm with all sincerity that money goes further here than in any other similar establishment in the land. Intelligent shoppers say so. Do they not know SHOW To-day a collei tion of ornamental CLOl'HRS HAMPERS Made by Indian bsslct makirs, which are marvels of skill, patience and artistic beauty The novel weavlngs and twlnlngs of imiGHT-HUED Splints among those of neutral tints display a knowledge of color rarely seen in the BASKET-MAKER'S ART While the contour of the vessels themselves approaches in grace and symmetry the lines of beautifully proportioned vases The little prices for these art productions are 50, 75, 5O, and All sizes THE BALANCE Of onr LONG 8UFDE GLOVES in H, 16 and 18 button lengths, shall go at 75c. a pair. Blightly soiled from hand line, bat with that exception they are as good as when they c-me from the maters Old prices, 25 to 75 fULiL Of Milanese and Taffeta Gloves and Mitts from 25c to a pair. The Handsomest Dress Fabric FGrYUAN COM ON if Cents a Yard THIS MORNING We place on view oar fall complement at Ladies' Blouse Walata and BI.iA7.KKS Exclusive styles, beautiful tfulnru and careful workmanship are marked ftttoioi of the display Price! play important too, and, as usual, they are conspicuous for their CHINA SILK Prices have boon brought down to their lowest ebb Forty pieces, including ties which have been selling at TBc 85c., and 25, have bean marked down to uniform price of SOc. a Yard. If you want yuo. cannot to let this nnnsual opportunity p-_- BROKEN SF.iS Of Fine China have boon gathe.od together ard placed upon one table and down to MAKE i'HKM GO In the M9ortment are Plata, Cope Saucers, Pitchers, Vegetable DUhea, Toilet Sets, minus a companion or lira, ind a variety of Decanted Pieces of de- scription, kind and character. All Kinds of FUUSON SiOliAliF Insured at Moderate Cost jJTTT, i-T..t-TIIA, HAMMOND Equip TOuNG LAniKR and fa HKKVIOJS COUNTING BOOM H 1'fS AUK GAi'AKT.tc, HO SMAri'KRniO, NO NON-KWEHTiAia, HO OF TkAlniUG. ModtkH Methtfe, "ul T I- TlC WOKKK.KS. ito The Departmcut Offen the vtif b-! acquiring Dv. BAPli) ANn Hvx-l-t M -V "i, J. WlJSWAKf, H. J. S 1 10 SUMt, V j   

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