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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU IX. NO. 9.190. TKKNTON, I1UK8DAY AKTKKNOON, ll, 1890. TWO CKNTd f i I HE PAPER RECAP I OREO Anti-Parnelhtes Regain Contro of United Ireland. '1MB LMKONM KING OF tBIN Purnell Temlored au Kxtraurdlnary On tion ut Luuj. ttud InterertlD ftlMHiiti tu M. fuMto of III.! Mdurthyitex Says. LONDON IKC Parnell made hi into Dublin like the conqueror of cted piovmce His forcible seizure of Lulled Ireluud as one of the dlreoton and it s sup! rtsfaion of the current editio am' tjection of tile acting editor yester day v, IH as bul 1 a htrokt as his tearing u the rtholuli u for his despositlou at Satur d ly H Nationalist mcetiug, and it has pro dncid a rtimtikable impression Mr Par nel aunt is now iu possession UmUX IieUnil is the paper which Mr William O Until otu of the Irish Nationalist deli gallon low in Sen >ork IB editor Th ant I'arni IhUb have beou discussing pup -.iti )u to secure full control of th pij t-r ai d issue it as the organ of the! in Ire aid It appears that Mr IP unj ub el nor of L uited Ireland, hav n tmedan i tiniiitionof Mr Parnell intentions wit'i regard to the paper, ha d to issue au tditlou of the pape 111 advance of (lie regular hour of publica- tion Hispuij jsc however, was frostratof! bj th hiiddcn annal of Mr Parnell I i er in thv. day Mr Parnell tppearec H 1 L oftice of the paper and addresnodth u i if nlntli alter hearing his statement p- misel lo --no him United Irelam MIIS issnul us i organ today Kiunid a. Lion. Mr Piruell is developing qualities few knew li in topciswts One of the ai V IM lines said to a correspondent L ul tht bt ludal 1 followed Par mil and ha l4i good deal of admiration for him on account of his persistency an  ill s that if I had supposed we we! r its i tiic.h a lion 1 should have h.es! t ittd gtr than I did about attemptirij his U sitiuu n >t tnit that I believe his reluiujt t idvjsable, but because I now doubt if th Bailie vs is worth the candle Parnell s desperate resistance may rent ill lit- a d in pii_ce.s by, this man la in i lc tf tli muff that Cffisare and Na- poll us au d inied of He would sacrifli a whole in i to his personal it looks as though he had the strength to do BO IlHtnd Carried by Star-.. Ibis nmj be an exaggerated view of thi Irish lea ier s potency, but it isuDdenimbli that fr  the Irish party main tin I Us i dipoiileiKi mid extorted thw I'UWULH Absolutely Pure. A cram of UrUibrtiugpOftder. V of fc-Wnt i 0i GwT proper tr K al s i> net, ol their BUI f f t t I 1 t i i I It Ut, clared tht n in.) ul t i s n Ists COpIDg ir [fj tht 1 herd I and reiterHted hih (ii s tl u ih i I IK Bfduced to take u btai 1 (i0 i 1 uu I Liberal wirepullers Mi u II preaHed f unsflf n con nt ul i i the youth uf Irt-1 m 1 i i in t 1 v, th him Attuned uf Coutiiiuiut, Mr Pun tli BI 1 I huve bten ucfust. It e f Ll IU of biUUe 1 ut 1 dia n L L I i u i i H either exuiuseT i n us t lev i n u it wouki iioi j ut me to h 11 i I but t ii me for w ui j u l a> k ft t a i f WUat pie ti U 1 I v, il i 11 n tl face of Iiolumi ai tl n f 1 i L if (Loud diwra It i t t I L l L Ou the Ah KeuUtn ui u 1 tuti r tired lo his win er quart l J j f s TWuM Wdraa his oflict. d 1 i tj [ut bn-iUr rouud hm utck It U fiaay to uiaU LI b j aoa delectiuu btiiluIM l U div ni for nita-suniii, tiie am u L f t i i uu] and thoiw af uiy opi eu u t, 1 I 1 u be me uf 1) i iti tut IOLI They ThoutUt He I did uot pleud sic ki e tl o Ui 1 kuona not the nine ht.o I v, v j 1 j HI lual and Btrei and felt d ul If il ll e J M u ever agaiu LC iue i 1 IL o j t 1 i j t co frout me HJtli a i uv-mt l uf t Bravj btrni ger m n t J L u ii ac ful anl uf lit-1 t u M In tli ef ai tall i t f t yes tbij bil d th ir tf ie 1 1 iuhL I and tl at tl --j t j ar I i Lot aild diveiL the Irihli uat if i r i bu involved without n-ckotii t, w h i u 1 i e at without lakint, into ace ULL tl e u 11 of our ro4_t; that wlien ll i) f i d a tru man they uuuld utaud b> I iu auJ he bj them (Chccra) Now I supp se tl s IH u uis-  wi dlJ ll sd ailitlin KgaioHt our lace i til I u r to afi] the stftin they ho igbl to u 11 h t I only loo as a n ui l --art 1 ID compronibe who is anxi u-, t i i ft the objections of the 11 vio nt m cheek U> the sm tt- if j bo d i g I eoul prevent the otner h ek f iu i 11 n tfti Wfiy Did GlartNtono Mttn? I was anrioux to ahsn i ii tml to giv Ireland breathing time tf j. o i ut t t rnbl issue Why I refused j t uu LJ i Why did Gladstone >aJt i j; d i> afifj- [b verdict allow tbe Li IL i r j hinting ttiat my relent on w is i U he but whispered that r L i i-> I should have e 1 t c cum radea and u th m f r o tl tion in which the.) j lace l t t th lAinuterresoiunou 1 at i tbe ways It is an riif au n If jr 1 u. h t oJu e JLL J t ut J j that Ireland can v, in i i u L r hue Ireland it Only II >p" If Ireland leaves thb, j ort i lit are le t u j 11 vh h u itself in I'uMi i s -t tJiv.. and without which I sh ull be 1 If s m L u e-jess, but with I am fat h odwitl wlilch on my Mde I pledge t.elf for ward till I reach-1 tl h i or la ma jority of thfe Irwh teli i 1 t lit- i- not theirs and that I mu t uj otne othe; lettri (Cheers) The manifest the stct h of tbe Irish members that tht.y are bound to prote t the of their country at j.er-, ual bunfice It asserts vhat Mr P rncll 1 a--diregfird ed their appeab to u inr tl L juntry, and Rn ill ju Ue I dcttrn tion to maintain a posit n u i ch U! nol be sustained by the j e  that Mi Paruell's utterances would indicate tlnit he the Injured party wherenb lie alone aspon sible for the present deph i ibie tuudition of affairs It details Mr Parnell s failure to keep his promise to rcptl the ch irges of O'bhea, aud makts in inj erences to his conduct smce tbe charges were brought him Ireland H freedom Parnell's personality u avers obstructs Ireland's freedom If he is re tKcted the Tory government will us power, and coercion will recene a nen It age of ife The manift-sto is replete with decla rations of the fullest coi fi Icnce in Mr Gladstone's desirt and abiht} to grant substantial self pournment to Ireland [t declares that Mr Pirnclls miuifesto was an appeal to hatrtd between the peo pies of Great Britain und Irelaud The document is signed forty mem- sers, headed bj Justin McCarthy It con eludes The wt. submit to the people one upon which the of our country must depend G.od defend tbe right O'Brien is Silent NKW YORK, Dec 11 reporter Paw Mr 3'Brien at the Hoffman huusi list night rat he positively refused to tilk about the recapture of United Ireland b> Paruell Tbe other Irish envoys were ulso silent on this subject A Type foundries' Trtisfc. Dec 11 morning pa- Rome time i compiuj com >osed of English and Ametirau capitalists tnown as the Amenciu Foundry Company has been negotiating forthepur- of all the foundries in the Jotted States The fact became known in Monday through rumotsof an attempt- id purchase of the type founduta In this city Representatives of the company at their disposal f )r tin purp )He of mrchase 000 pist week etters have been sent to all the tjpo fonn Iries in the couutrj tltxl if tho ompany to which it is aldrtssrd retain fifcock HI the sec snd, if it will sell out und complete nban Ion the The of the Vestern Ijpe foundry in this city stud re garding the movem  a hand which ha evidently lost its nene for instead o hitting fairly and sqarely thej were glanc timid ones andonlj succeedec iu mangling the part or t aring it, where; one well directed blow with such an in struruentHould haveeaused instant death Horribly Mutilated As it was, the poor womau was horribl., mangled her nose was broken, her teeti knocked out and her face cntmsevera pi ices and there were strong indication that her sk Jll Has fractured She hoverei between life ind death yesterda) with al 11 e chances wve that of abounding healtl her Ai for the would be assassins though thej were almost caught m th act aid though thej fled to iairuew am drank at the public tavern a the friends and neighbors of tne injured worn an thej ha 1 not been caught last evening nor their ideutitj established fcix Children to C ire For Ihe mj ired worn in is the wife of Henry Berrman a well ki own nsiurateura trankfoit and Pearl streets New Ihee lljle have six children bhe is his second wife and thiee of the children round faced iturdj tots are bars She was mainecl to him years ago is a pluniu an 1 sturdy bermau American wotimn of 20jedrs or thereabouts and ha( the reputation of being the bondsomesl woman in tail-view Investigating the Westhighoime Company PlTTbBtmo Dec committee o local bankers recentlj appointed to inves the financial standing of the est- n uhotise I1 lectnc company has finishec tslibors It is given out unoflkmllj that men report is favorable Ihe committee letermmed that the electric eonpauj's >to 1 s are worth over per share and dieule 1 to advance tie h Uf millu nd liars recenilv requested bj Mr e )U the 01 d tion Ihut the pau es uiakni) he loiu have the privilege of n immg th L, nerul Mutineer f i the comi anj Ihe ul I board of managers of the n Use lectnc com nnj at its meeting, us >lved to re-qu bt the stockholders al h ir meeting this aftnuoon to issue 000 OOJ prelerredstoek 1'Utis financial Scheme WASHINGTON Dec Peters ol Kansas a Repu ilican member of tiie npproj i mtl jus inmmittee b, hit vv ith a v levv of relieving tie sin enej of the money nunket he roposes To nt i dui e a bill providing ft r the issuance bv the treasurv of IK tn on all bonds de posited for that to an amount equal to tiie full faee of the bonds and in addition a sum equal to about per cent interest tip to da e of maturity of is to issue notes on bonds aud To Settle the Mime} Trouble PAIIS Dec boubrejan m the chamber of lienutits re id a declaration of he British liimetillie lent-ue, with ninth -he bnnetaliists of Frunce are iu accord, iskmg the government t) for the convening of an mttr i rtional conference G settle the monetary Ilca- .ions and adv nice the welfare of mankind vl Homier minister of fiuanei stated he would opt n correspondence w ith the othei powers us 10 the advisability of culling a onft-i ce in Ib9i A Sermon from the Gallows MHIDUN Miss Dec 11 George Mar in colored, the murderer of William (_ ronch was executed in tbe j ul jard at 0 o eloek Ibe execution was not private, considerable crowd mostly negroes Kithered around Martin requested per ssion to make a speech, which was granted and he devoted ten minutes to a eligious lecture to the negroes He asked 'heriff Hordeaux to spring the ti ip him elf, and the sheriff did so He died in hreeminuteq Clmreril with Opening Her Letter IINCOIS Dec U Payee, lip iieliiss procuml the mrest of her iliumger Vulh 1111 Demmon last evening u the cfi ir0e r.f op ntng lier m ul It np e irs that Dem mon is- mfatu itetl with Miss 'ajne nnd opened a letter nt to her leinmon takin hefoie the Lulled fates commissioner nnd plaiel under A Big Shutdown nt Plttuhurg PlTTsnuo Dec 11 lie nulls of the Ihvei Iron and Steel company, employing 000 men wore shutdown foran indefinite eriod last night Ihe shutdown, mem is of the ium state is foi the purpose of langmg the furnaces from gas to coal Hiikhiui.l anil Wife Commllteil Suicide Hun S Dcr 11-Marshall F illow alitiK A Stew irt wanted by tho iistou pol ce for nnd other erf met) id his wife hnvp lit h committed sllloicio Hubburtl s C ove N lllltpn by u florin WAITUN Muss Deo 11 IIIRMHS manDinielW Oooeh wlnl in bin stable bitten in li ihenkbya cJnns liorso and w II Inst li NOWN of PrnfaMor Bancroft PRO-UDFNCF R I, Dec 11-Professor Jancroft, of Brown unlversitv, was seen In Cranston Monday No further tidings of the missiiiL' man have bocm rnrnlvorl THE WORLDS NEW HOME Five 1 <1 Peolilo All I, I It I iriu ll Op.-ulng Nl Ntvv l K Dee 11 n irt m IHW I'ul uer tuildmg the futi i Ihe k vviib formal lust with a full elress re vvineli was attended by many s n it r- coi n guvet nois of states an I p pie of prjinineu e from all pure jf h eitutrv Ine dee rations and ill i tun of the 1 utldi )_; vverebea if attendance amounted to a ei 4. H oelrck the immensi edifice t a )eautiful appe irance from t t II square where several thousan 1 pt p] vvele gat hen d to view the speeta T lie aft air was an invitation one and th do rs vv ere throw n open to the yu exactly 9 o'eloek I rom that time until 11 o el ek ther wan a constant stream of -tdnve up to the mam Ej Iu o eloe the stairs and hallways were e i iplctel packed with people aud moving at ut wa imposfelble It was estimated ti at full 5 (XX) people w ere m the build u at tin hour Among tbe visitors weie d jveiu Hill, ex Governor Hoadley of O i eruor Beaver of Peiinsjlvaui i Uovtiuo Campbell of Ohio ex (roveruor (jreen New Jeisej Mavor J Gmnt C i gressman Ashbel P I itch, H ge A Pryor Col 1 mlay Auderu n Cj of Philadelphia, and ill ai A  fell to tiie ground. Many of the vvindov panes in the building were shittered i heavy plate glass in the Pulitzer bu Idiuj was also broken Xo one mjuree though some ot the ladies at the receptio; fainted Horde Breeders Elect NEW 'iciK Dr tli annul meeting of the National Assi e ation o IroUlug Hi ise Bleeders section 1 articl 6, relating to tiomng merino amended so as to read as follows A least one general meeting shall be hel under the auspices of this association eac year at such date and place and for sue stakes and ilassta JB shall be u i by the executive ci uimittee Lutries lob confined to animals owned 01 bred b; members of this association, or the i stallions owned or stood by memlwis I was decided to e Her a stake of (00 fo foals of to bt Hotted form 1KU4 iron other stakes were authorize 1 three o these being for 000 each, and open re spectivelj to 5vear-olds that have no beaten i J) as i-j ear-olds, to t-jearold: that have not beaten i. 30 as dv ear olds and t-o 3 vear-olds that have not beaten 2 4 as The other wa one of f-oOO for 2 veir-olds that have no beaten-1 (X) as j i arli K S o Louisville and E H Pratt of Fa rv evv N J were added to the executive ion mittee The rest of the committee vver elected as follows S II Kundf f D in bur} Conn to A Browne 01 Mich I A Baker, of Comstock N and C t Lnitrv if ClfVcUud Olh ir vv ere elected as folf jus President H M 1 Mall of New rk first vice piesiclent Leland Stanford (1 (aliornu secon vice pnsi lent I iiiiii Jr New York third vice president A I Lot m Illinois sccietarv L D i i treisuiei ot w Jtrsej Barker Hrox Asic in fxtenslou PlIIHUHI I) creditor< ol Barki-l Bios j lit I inkers ma ie an int nieiitlv have been ask d lo grunt nn iusion for one jear A paper to th It etle t il is been Clieulatet among the crcditois f r seveial dajs an it is said that a numbei of signatures h ivi been obtained Barku Hi s Co bnvi sine valuable nssds ut in the preseu a 01 ditlt n of the m irki t it is Impossible t< mueh upon them Ihe vanousen witli w inch tiie hrm vvasidenti fied Hueh as the Charleston, Cinclnnat and Ofhw railroad the Ohio and" Xorth western SknAntomo and Arkansas Pass Oiegon and etc may iu timi V leld sonu resent an attemp to upon the seturuus would mean a greiu sacrifice A prominent trust com panv vvl ich began suit against the firm some time ago has vvilhdrawn it aud signed file paper 1 here has been no ob ieclion up to Una time and none is ex jected JohnHOn Out in tiie Cold Cmtl 0 Dec H learned hat John 1 Brush and A fa Spalding held R conference nith the officials of the levelandclub the settlement of the base ball tr UU Mm S. ft S (Jarsaparilla kfO I Hoill 1 ll i IOO Dose- Prepared only s Txiwell o-io Dollar f W w mponc tilth tut ffM M Cv IT. Ihe 1 ii si nit. u t rt r MI t Nil) 11 fresh 1 f tl L I I M I H I ItUl III Iloiti ti I -i i j l I ist in ir t d intti tl e i ij 1 i t t l n i ibttr 11 I II v 1 I in Hit itUKi i-, ti i 1 1 t II II h Ii 1 ll n (I i 1 f tit rest Iti tl a t I turn u i s i di u t I e i i I l v h It uu f i si v r i i i I 1 1 1h u lll.li ip VI 1! ill 1C I I) i ii i, 1 I V 1 1 1 1 I I 1 11 1 L list I I 1 I II 1 k V si I I ului I 1! ,1 Mi I ii i 1 1 t I st s III Itt 1 ts I i f tl e i u 1 hr t t L fro n the ft i rl i i I r tbe tl nil (i r l t i i ,_ U i 1 h >vvt v t r to I! L i i it bin! linn 1 h 1 8) UUU lul') tov i n 1 b i i i t llie I vmph I I Nf ik NEW i D t 11 II I mui 1 in ibKred Dr Ku li i h j j paittii at Sin ll 1 s] it il hiLsihi) noon in the pribu f i I iiv uuii lit r physiuaus i lit u t uf the Ivmp here was matlo bv Di kiuiiitutt ut LuLe a huapitul m tieutiii0 a caht uf tube mlosls Ignored by tho Giunil Jury READISO Pu Det uraiui jur last evening the bills against th eight Headinx railrund i fliuah tharge with intimulatin j vottr" 111 the interest o the Repubhuiu titktt at the las election, and askiun the next legislature t enact laws for the protection of voters AMembljman Mulvauey Iiulicted NEW'ioRK Dec eleo Mulvaney of the district has bee indicted bv the juiy on a charge o electioneering vvlthlti IUU fett of the pol at the late eltctl n Professor Gutthei of Colutnlna ct is tht complainant Korh Ua> Left Bttrlll! BE1U.IS Dec 11 Koch hi left Berlin sicit-tlv with his son In lav Dr Ffuhl It is reported that they are t visit the grand duke of Mecklenburg Schwenn who is ill at Cannes. Both the mefliod and results -wlien of u taken; it ispleabau ind refreshing to tiie and act gently yet piomptly ou the KuUitjs Liver and Buwels cltansts the tern effectually, clisju h I head jchea and and urns h ibitua constipation. Svrup of I'igs 13 tin only remedy of its Imd ever pro pleading to tiie taste arid at ceptahle to the stomach, prompt n its action and truly beneficial in it' effects, prepared only ftom the mo t healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend il to all and 1m e mide it the mo1- popular known of 13 for sale in 50i and 81 bottles by all leading gists. Any reliable may not have it on hind 'Hill pro cure it promptly f r any one TV he wishes to try it. Lo not aocept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRdP CO. SAN FRAHCISCO lOUISVIllf, KY YlRK, H r CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AT Waliis' Fancy Store. FOE THIS WEEK We huve just received a grand atock of leautifnl Unillr llaa with all the latest tylfB of handle' m gold tilver nickel and ed natural stitki for and gentle also f( r Brhool childn n from 40c 60c up loathe fli enl uimh ut 19 ,ue (4lo ia Umhrellft, eilvi r handle we aell ,ow tHc which are sold all over the city We have only 20) loft, 60 call at nee before thay aro clo ed out A ftno Paragon Frame Gloria 25 DOLLS Wo are ovrr 25 yoai s In tho doll trade and ever before had Bueh a grand stock of dolli i now American, French, English and Dolla dreseed or plain in nn end can variety whlih we bought bofi te tho dvanco m and sell truly at present oat Aluo doll hats, caps, shoes, hose, etc OPPOHUK .1 HAM, he lament variety ol HUPFRF1NE CREAM OHOCWLATKS, guaranteed to be the flneit made In the U.8 will be found at ANOKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, ,OBBOua.t- B34OAT1 TRKNTOH, N J Fancy FrulU, Ice Cream, water, loe ream Bodan, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, Ao. alwayi on band, and the beat that can be hu nd mads. Thtu are Idem, Pi low oonvunl. KING OF COCOAS--" ROYAL COCOA FACTORY." Kings ait but mtn but ill m i art, n t king Therefore, when the King of Hollan i s as be did by deed of August 12, 1889 that he ib greatlj pleaded with "BEST GOES and, entirely unsolicited gi ints, the manufaUuiers th s k right of st> hng their >rks the Ru> il CIKO t 1 lU i i stg nificance attaches to the act which would m t Mr h' not "every inch a king i i i i i i i i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. HlIt B'l'Yl.HJ DWUIJ SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, YOUMAN'S HATS A SPKQALTY. IIAn 'J1IIS MAN tht AalEKICAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00, He would not tuniR wind whwtlci ui? cost irs Boys add ChiHrsi WlU BUT 1A1LOR-MAOE (JlOfHING At ranch than Phtlsflclphu Om 8AMPF F OVEtJOOATS for 99, worth J13 J14, and. out PiMPI.F dCITi wsnh tl2 tor 99 for K.BM Pat.U Boiti OLorrilNO MAOi, TO eun it toat hactM i Rid f t Butchers Restaurants, Grocers, Hotels, Etc. Ml kin iHofMrit Hi It HI Benches, Ci miters Bu e rrs ti 1 >i h Desks hire d Kill l hitse H s V and nnters etc The Monitor Hand Cart, L Mnuufactured by C.V. HILL, COB J ill TJJ- A-JD WILLOW 8TS Partoflrreen v. Kfniud> H Saw Mill THLN10N N J MACIUNHi. No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. E. Challenger Co., GENERAL AOK.VT3, NO 1407 CHESTNUT STBRRT Philadelphia, I' a. BEND FOR CA.TALOQUK ftnd iihip ftm- ,f t palif r Ullmry Vrl< 1 V I logufl V (J f i Ufu (0 I rOH OF NKU iFPICKOFf MM KOI I FKOK THK I KRASl in TKKNTON December 1S1K) I PriipofialH be roreUed nt Ihia o ntll Itpcernl er Iflfh Ifyi for the1 llowlnn nrtloleR of for the f tho LfglRluf lire flt Ihe Ion of tfu ext Reunion thpriof vtis 12 Kenms ap Tunxls 12 tbs p rfeot 11 I eltpr Taper 10 10 Parket r 7 (1 I houmind I eiirtl No 10'j JD I etler I1 rueloptw V Ream r H White frttiHurv Blotting ap< r UK) to reHni U Dozen IMxon Round H M HfoH ArtlHtu Gum No Hi fruUr R 10 DOUPD ongrefiH tollern No H fc fibers 00 Uulhor Rlngn W4 WOrohfl R A to 1 cUN 0 Hoxes) 12 Doion H ildfrR Faber n No FrHReiR KoKers' tn long (Hmio ndlPft) 10 Heservotr Mucilage HUin H 70 Morgan n X fomeroy s Modern Writing Hut 1 Uftrffl k DorenHllnkwell H MurllaKP guarU 1 no proponalfl miiHt Htnte tho rl o HII 1 nality of irh arllole nnd inchul? thti tt the Ulhoffraphic fyrinting qf the letter fWfr packet} aper and mi The c ontraoi will be awarded to tho low out oiiHlMo bidder mpUfi can oxamlned at thin office The ftrttoh R muni be del I vend at thlw ufllce n or January 5th, 1891 K. J A.NDFR4ON afepn S 1 Comptroller This Cannel Coal, For is immean liRht, tnkfH the chill off the honn, hldzefl like Holt cotil nnd laata like hard Our Anthracite Coal, For Raking Machine Works, Blwt Fnrnacw, Chain Works, iiolhng Mill', Our Jumbo, For Domestic a specialty West Va Cumberland Coal, (The fltokea for Steam blitckamithinK, can't Ix beat Wood, In all BhapM and kindn 7 Wilson Stoko; fUOSS 1ft.   

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