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Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH YEAB-NO. 54. LOCK HAVEN, PA., FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1890. PBICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS CURftEMTCOMMENT. Sbcbktabt Wifeduru'* order removing the btr from ()ub Garden, and ibua ptohlbldag 1h� a*I� of beer to immigrant*, ill be heartily commended. Tbb Democrat* ban fixed upon July 2 mm* data fur their Stale Ccuveutiou at Boranloii. Tbay follow iho Republican gathering *} �n* �t�b. Tan Kentucky Ltgielatnre ban psxscd a bill MtebtUhing tko whipping-poxt far t�. grants and tramps. Wort-bouse* would be aan eieaCual in keeping tb�m oat of tbe Sate." Burn Lawnae h*e eufieKd eu unfortunate act-back in Michigan, where the Supreme Court baa decided tba', on account of a legUUlive blander, the licence lav i� not constitutional. LABOR IN OBDIBLT ARRAY. The Laoor Hay-Day Movement One of Harmony and (Joist in This Country. OBIT. 80SHE OF BLOODSHED IS PAfilS Miss Mast Abdebsob'* marriage to Kr. Ke>*jTola totaUplao*at toe Bromp. ton Oratory early in Hay. � Ii ii understood that bar stage-life ia over and aba will never more enchant U>* tbeatie-goere with ber Viola, her Gxlxtea, ber Perdita and a aaare mora oi ber eharmiuit imper-(onMlona. Thb amount expended every month, partlsulary to the principal eitica, la lottery tlekete ean only be gnawed at, but it la known to b* very largo, lb� ba\ie( being tbat bnyera are from nearly every olaea in oommuniltea. . In Wexhiogtoo tbe monthly eala nf ticket* i* believed to reach not much abort at M00,OO6. Ex Bckatok Wau.' en, in mining tba field aa a Democratic anna1 idate foe Gavat-BOf, declared (bat lie did not want tbe nomination It be could not hare it with an approach ta unanimity, and tbat ba would not take It"ifjia shook! be obliged to flgbt for It. Tbe agreement of the Clevelaud-Soott leaden in f�vnr of ex-Governor Pat-tieon will result in a formidiuls opposition to tiMdearflald efateamxn and will certainty oblige him lo work bard for tbe �oaiinajioB, if be ebouid be able to gat II atalL Xt'ia coir trident tbat the Cleve-IsnA win �nd tba free Trader* generally1 Intend u make a vlgonrat ounpalgn lor tba eoot^ol of tba convention, and tbe nomination of Pattiaon, and Mr. Wallace la HkaAy before long to find anything bat " unanimity " in hi* party. ComcsscTAi. Aokht Jakes H. Burnt, si the Uuited Stater, write* to hi* Govern-ment bum xliyeueo, gi�lug some very intereetiox; raole relative to forealry in Europe. Germany etill baa 34,51)8,003 �area in .furcate, and tbe xmorrnt ie not deateenbag under tba rigid foraatry lawa el thtteoonury. xtoaala baa 49*^28,620 aerea; Anatro-Hnagary baa 46,931,718 acres: Sweden, 43,009,423 aerea; France, 22,240,287 acre*; Hpilo, 18,769,144 acne; Italy, 1,471,143 aerex, and Eogleud, 2,-471,143. ta Germany nearly ooe-half of all tba fbtetta an eomntnnal, or. In other worda, are owned by uuoic'palilie* and oommueitleo and sot by tbe State. It ie from thaas that tbe people draw their fuel eupplits, aiid tbie ie why tbey are >o rig. onnaly guarded. We in tbia aoautry hare aim Brush to learn about tbia Important question, Tna Centre TJmuwrat any*: One of the �east banner* aaan In Bellefonto for many a day kail naen on exblnitlon la Fleming'e window tba paat week.- ttwtaordered by Conataaa Commandary, Koightc Tesiplar ol thla plaea. When the old Bneb Aroade eraa Darned, eeveral yea re ago, their banner, among otnar talnablee, wae loet. Tbe saw banner wan ordered for tba conclave at Irosk Sa*en tbie month, wbich prom-iana to be one of tba noat notable gather-i�g� tbat eity mr witnaeead. Oar Com-ntandery with ita elegant banner will stake a haadaome appaaranoa, �-m � Btaw t* aUfce (ee. An exebange aara: Takp a eyllndrioal vtaaal a*d post tbraaand ona-third ounoee of eoameralal inlphnrio aoid and on* and three fonrlh oanota of water into it and then add aba, ouoee of anlpbala of aoda. In tba oantra of thb) mixture plana a �raaUtr veaaal, and If poaaible rarotre tbe whole with a gentle notion. In a lair mlaataa tba water In the entailer reeael will ba oonvarted Into iea. Tba aame mixture can ba naad a aeeond or third tinM for making a block of lee. Tbe operation abonld if poaaible, be performed in eool plea*. A Oaasn Cawnty hrler Trial. Tba trial of Fletta Wearer, tba woman who ia abarged with murder In Centre oanty, wax bagon yeatarday. When broagbt iato aoort tbe woman wMamiliog ad apparently eoafldaat of acqultal, Dietriet Attorney Merer repreeenta the aommoowaalth and William Gray, Eiq., tbe priaoaer. There la bo esoitement orer the trial and bat few pomma attending tba orjnrt txetpt thnaa who are intcreeted aa tba baeineaoftraaaeaTOB. �,P*rt of Tfc. flaVarenM aWnxxftaia � bk lmnlrtn ta aeato tb* hajgnu of flettos. Then Me Tmn* Chug* tk* >ab ana Mnjr in�f�aal Waande An laflleled mm tbm r*anla-Q�r ai�� IlesdwA Ameu ateae-la mane Cain ttielUaneete al Hw Warfeen an onated. Chicago, Hay 1. -Mey Day witb ita demunatration by organized labor in behalf of the eight hour work day, baa oorae and gone, and the prediottooa of riot and bloodshed and an, almost universal etria*4 by tbe trade* bare not neon realized. La bar indeed wax In a great measure suspended, but those who dropped their tools for the day did-not do so for tbe purpose ol taking no stiaka and paving atones and indulging in riotous demonstrationa. Thousands ol taem quit work for tba day to march In the great parade, bat by far many more thanaanda made It a holiday, dnaeed in their 8auday alotbea, to T(o�r tbe p'oceasion. It wis an orderly, good natorad crowd and an orderly parade. Tbe marching lina was about four miles long. It occupied two hanra. in paaslng a glren point, and the number in line ie estimated at ftwn 25,000 to 30,000. The lite of anion waa crowded witb people who cheered the marobars and Mwir mottoee. After parading through some of tbe West Side street* they marched asroea through Lake street, Wabash a*aauB and Van Buna atreata to the lake front, where tbey masted to listen to addieeaes from tbe different stands. cvbtwtbju or i'Hiiadxwbja oo out. PniUDBunlA, llay 1.-The joumey-meu earpenters of this city went on strike this morning aa tbey had prevlonsly announced they would do. Their damaod ia for a nine hour working day with pay at 85 oenta par hour. Tba present union rale of wages ia 30 oenla per hour. A majority of the master carpenter* at a meeting Tuesday night decided to resist tbe demand of roe anon- for an JaereeaaT-A lew, however, including John Wane-maker, who employs 80 men, and Allan B. Brake, a prominent builder, who has 175 oarpeatera on his rolls, notified their men several day* ago tbat beginning to-d�y their wages would be increased to 13.15 per day. The number of men [bus afieoted is eomething over 500. Thay are at work a< u�n*l to day and it ie not be-liered tbey will be ordered out. At tbe carpenter*' headquarters, corner Eighth and Callowbill atrceta, all waa confusion tbia morning. Tbe etrikers bad been ordered to report there early, and from 7 o'olock until noon there was a continual stream of men poured Iato tbe ball. Secretary Jamea Day, of tbe local brotherhood, wa Bex r�r �vary B�aaw-A XJsatn Cms** Maowar SXIal-Vaasnl **U*a~*iait tar tka Car* ttm JavaalU Beanl-CHhs* Kats Local Blew*. Tba residence of kr. and Mrs. 3. C. White, on East Cbareh etraet, waa tba soeoe yesterday eftafnoon and evening of social feettvitlee aael marry-nuklng tut will long ba ranxemsyrad ay *H present. The oooaslon waa the fiftieth analvarxery of Mm. While 'a birthday, oar! her husband had planned a earprias for hie eetiaabla wife for that day wblkh aa ooudaatad with complete anaocea, Tbe first intimntion Mm. White had other huahand'a schema waa when a erowd of a dosea or mora of ber lady frnmdi from Wfl-llamsporl pre*eatsd| Ibeasalves at h�r door immediately alter the arrival uf News Express at noon. Fast Line arriving at 8 o'clock ia tba evealag brought another erowd of Williameportere, aaveral of whom were gentlemen, bat all of whom we.re warm Weed* of both Mr. aud Mm. White. The arrival st about the asms time of aa many, It not mors, ladies and gentlemen residents of this eity at tbe hospitable White rseldenee, completed tba aarprlao which Mr. White had planned for hia better half. Hra W. however, was equal to tba emergency, and dispensed her hoapltality with a liberal band in bar naoal eonrteoux anl aaay manner. 8b* rsseived the oongrat-alatioosand good wishes of her numerona goeate with gracefulness, and made than all feel tbe weloom* aha extended waa teal and aiccere. Ta* Willlamiporters aad the Lock BeveaUee warn aoon on familiar term* and I be evening was apaat in the moat pleasant, aoelal manner lmsg-iuable. At tba proper time an abund-� of rafraehxaexjte wan aerved, and pleasure nigoaj enprame until tba hour arrived for the guest* from WII-liamsport to take tbair dapartnn for hoes* on the midnight train. Than wan many earnest wianea expressed for tba fatal* bappi DM* and prOBaarity of tbe boat and hostess, and array wish** that Mr*. White might enjoy mxpy mare birthday anal-verieri**. Then wen also m*ay valuable mamantoee of tbe oaouloa left to remind the recipient of tbe warm hearted donors, whose frlendahip abe enjoy*. Al. together It waa a most agraaabla and highly enjoyable oooaslon, and one that will be long renumbered by both in* host and hoste** aa well aa thair guests. The names of the ladiee and gentlemen from Wllliameport are as follows: Mrs. Catharine Cllne, Mr*. Alt. Cline, Mra. Warren Mytlager, Mrs. Jamea McCliri-toek, Mrs. Margaret Pieiea, Mte. C. l>. Fascber, Mra. Updykf, Hra, Mary Bolt, Mr. and Mr*: Joseph Uiddlo, Mr. and Mm. Henry Smith, Mra. Albert Blngbam, Mra. a. Henaeh, Hra. Hattia Onoldy, Mra. Annie Lighten, Mrs. Henry Snyder, Mr*. George Mytlager, Miss Olle Biddle, Mr. I.atberHellheoker, Hie* Sxllie Alien, Mia* Sptague, Misa Mary Kytlnger, Mr. Tatem, Hr. Mewmau and Master Warren Lytlng. er. Men ay the Can. Patrick Wbirriafcy. one of tbe oldael employe* of tbe Pesn'a Rsllroad Company in tbia city, was Injured yeatarday evening, while engsged in making repairs ta a friegbt ear ia the upper yard. On* of hi* feet wea badly hurt, but hia Injuries an not serious. Mr. Whirriaky Use been oar Inspector at this place for many years. The gisea* *1�B etDiiagrees. . WAaarxforoB, May 1.-The Co*tome Administrative bill wax again oonsldarad ia the Senate to-day. The bill will prt> bxbly soma to a rota to-morrow. The Bouse to-day passed the Senate bill to protect trade and commence against unlawful ceslralnta and monopoliea,haoWB as tbe anti-Trust bill. An amendment offered by Bland, of Missouri, aimed at tbe beef trust, of Chicago, was adopted, Tb* entlr* national oopyrtgbt bill Wat taken up and discussed. PQBaBBT so* rocatms. A xtMeallaaaaaB Mlatara a* Tb* post burn* tbe midnight ell, Ano write* thl.waitWnjr rhyme,,, 'With sold say Beast* VI! not (Oil, To be neb ie a tnos" Then aa sow *M norrawaaness eenw And with arr biawd u* fenaawr oanunte. Dross slseve* am ear high. Celery fetabse Patti prkaa. Tba summer girl ba* com*. It i� th� biggest (bad pbia ever knew. Phlladel. Ko two ankle* an shaped silk*, a chiropodist aay*. A new glov* bataoa ia ahapad lik* a ahaphnd'e crook. A doctor eay* bald headed aaan aaldons i laoaUoa, A jew�)*r notion* tbat dado* prefer a plain booting on** waist. fODB IAY-DAY IABBIAGSS.I oawxtaax astairr dAClj.vba>. GeremaBvea That TJoited Sieht Happy Lire* For fatter or For Worn*. aanm oohqukhiios ooibujuted. �Dinky" bate ia the a�w silly uule Angl mm* Bfl** SOla WIm-bu- snwxws av ajeatiatdst aad ari** tMxsie c. aaaw-ntr. nanus >. w/|at*r aad sllss Barbara JaaklM. Mi. lohnD. Dean and MlaaXmaxaB. Smith warn married last evening;, at 8 o'clock, at the reeldonoo of tb* bride'a parents on Hauua atroet. Tba oaramouy wea parformsd by He v. J. A. Bollanbangh in. the praxaone of a few relative* aad invited friend*, end after tba neremoay re. Inshawate ware served. Mr. William Jfatserly, of Coatham'e Boo, and Mia* Ella Wlaa, war* aoited In holy matrimony by Bav.G. W. G�hard, at the rasidacoe of tba bride's tether, ) Gottuilb Wise, in Duanstebia tow cabin. Tan oerotnaay was wlinesxid by � large nnmber of Invited gneete. Tb* wadding, march waa played by Hint HeUM Baiter, Charles B. Bohimder, tbi* *ity, and Mia* Liaxia C. ahnw, were married last evening. Tba bride i* a daughter of Robert Shaw of Pin* Creek township, and tb* osnmony waa performed at tba mldaaoe of tb* bride'* parent* by Rev. Kohler, ofisrsay Bbnre. The bride and groom toft �n the midnight train for a trip to tba seatera dues and other pteos* of tevsnav. Only tbe immediate frteoda of tbe brldw and groom war* present to wltueaa the aarxv saany. Last analog at tbe resldeaoe of Mr. end Mm. W. O. Jenkin*, thla oity, about alxty-Ova gnasts aawmbled to witnea* the nur-rtegn of Thoma* S. Winter and Mix* Bar-ban Jenkins, their attractive daughter. At 8:30 tba wedding marsb we* played by Mrs. �. filtab, and Vna bridal party war* ruherad into tbe parlor, whan Bav. B. B. Evan* perforawd tbe nurrUge aeramony. After ooosTatuhttioue wee* offawd the dining room was tbe plao* of ettraotioa. The taJbtes ware landed with in elegant �rxntr emt evvry one "**aa�id wesnlnd.," | Many praaaxtta wm made, that will ba of aarvio* to the bride In bar new born*. Tb* aalithumplao* were on band, yea, and they ' wouldu't go home till morning," but they did. Toe band arrived in good time to do thair play log la tb* faoae*, and ware given KfiBebBaote to their entire satix-faeliaa. Mr. and Mrs. Winter left on tba midnight train and will-b* absent about one weak. Yqa can often determine the value of m man's character from th* character of hi* *a*mle*. The good man do lives after theoj, bat the goon Some men do doesn't take np much room. Two beads are batter than one, bnt net on tb* seam pin. The family stovepipe was never xsaant for a pip* of pee-**. - Nature combe the rooster'* bead- bat a women bee to nomb bar own. The yoang person who eeted ae Qaase of May yesterday esrrled an umbrella the greater part of the time, A men at Bloomebor* gave a aback for 115 to tbe minister in payment of tbe wed. ding ie* and wu*o the minlder preatnted it at tbe bank be we* told that there w*a "Ko feuds." All kinds of etchealea an now pretty bn*y. Tb* funeral of Mrs. Maria Nicholas will take plao* at Donnstown to-morrow forenoon, funeral service* will be held lo tba 31. S. Cbursb at Dnnnatown, at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon, and Interment made la th* cemetery st that plaoe. Rev. J. A. Monday, pastor of toe Disciple Church, will conduct the aarvlae*. Vee Javsnite Baa*. Tb* number* of lb* Juvenile band are eolultlng fuude to *M them lu parchaalug (nstrumsnts. Sire the boya a oontribn-tlon and help then along. ratxteoBax mctuaet. A Tvl'xjiw** BaTojlac � ThJrd Turn* �*-*-. -a*Mt*�*b�t.WnsT**>B*jrsean^ � Marat Haiataxd in DlnolauxU r3om�*�et�*-0*x*u* There 1* a ehepter of hUtory �_ tale mornlog'x World that puisaass* iioewkter-able lawmt end will awaken many ***> orle*. It ia an account by Mr. 0. Dawson, who sooompanlsd p^sneral Grant to Mexico la 1881 m lataxpxwier aoaT private Secretary, of a telaajram Orant lrled to sand whan he heard of tbe n*l*> nation of Beaaior Couh'teg,: eatpi eeting th* hone that tb* Lagialatur* weaMoa*. tain the 8*oaJBjr�-CooJrtu>gee�V:ri*a�--and tb* oiialon that their. treaxeseB*;**** bean anandalona, Ornnt'i I hop* that the IxsgWatBr* win i____ itenxmatora. The treatsaent tae^lnm received Useaadaloo* andoachtto be .rebuked. Witt**' H^\otftSa?ki$iS--:: edmialftntion could not bxv*ooste; into power; wltaontlbe aoUreaasTartxJfVih* prseeet Senator* N*w Yovk- (ewMijace have been carried Republluan.,, It etieogely happened tbat Uia.'^^ never reached ite deettaaUoa\ *�d� Jb^ Dawson gives tbisazplaaatloa:' '" Thla telegram sue aeat me in^. And bad It rwrjeS Haw York tt telihi have cbaeged the whole ooa^w* of Acevri.: can history, b did not gat lhwaM4�W�-evor.wd it lodged at Yen-Cma.ttt wonld bav* gone through bad. TttwoV been sent in eipher, tmt XHmtnf Otiat, waa (opposed by the leading Oaoeeser of . . leading"____ the United' States and in* leadlag 1____ of Mexico to be ineernxied ia Mecteaevla- ' vaatment*. Tbeee two greet, eiyttsitete controlled the tabHtrapb wlrse of both eountxie*, and they tltongU tlwt*^*** dttnateh w�* a bneinaee on* end ateemad K. General Grant did., not know: H waa stopped nntu he begaa to rtoeiva .tela, grama ha did not unoxuetaed; asxTxel*^ to reeeive nplies to � The Republican Primary Eleetlon* for Clinton county will lake pine* to-morrow ana every Republican voter should take enough Interest in MlecClog proper delegate to the County Convention to go th* poll*. Tbe boor* for holding the election la the elty end boroagha an from 7 to 8 p. ox, and la all other district* from 8 to 8 p. m. Th* following ate too Vigltenee Committees (or Lock Haven-. *ir*t wxrd-Robert Myers, The*. B. Seed, J���n (J. MuCloakay, W. C. Kreaa, H. L. Gould, James Jefferia, 8. R. Qoig-l*y. Besood Ward-A. L. Merrill. W. A. White, ftobart Peak, W. & Harris, Louis Walters, Wax. Reed, Luther M. Pattoreon. Third ward-H. O. Cbapni*B, J**** Merrill, Wis. E. Xlapp, Benry Heanar, Jamas Bnyder, Prank Bitwcr. Fonrth Ward-Henry Shaffer, John Bexmnhyy, Peter Jobeoni Ee Cbxttt, Bam'l Panl. _^ _ OAac wAix uooatD. Use plenty of Hate, partner. It Is Mr. W. R. Lino, th* asw Chl.f of Polio* at Rsbovo, spent a few hours in th* elty yesterday. Mrs. Ellin Dank la, of Alteon*, I* tb* guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Thornton, Bettslont* avenue. Mra. B. L. Gould Ie still confined to her bed bat Ie reported xx slightly improved tbia morning. T. C. Sipple, Eta,, retarned bom* last evening canoh Improved in health by bis sojourn at the sea shore Captain P. ii. Brloker, saperlntendent ol th* census Is la tb* city to-day, aa boat-naaa oonoeoted with tba taking of the We endure anything batter than to ha laughed at. Tb* Pennsylvania railroad I* handling double th* amount of freight that tbey did uri* Urn* last jeer. Water ore** la aow ia favor. The country look* beautiful. A* lb* evening* booome warmer th* ! (out-abnaat pronunadaTa lneraaaa la nnsa. beron onrstrsete. It may be mentioned tbat Uia business man at the aama tlsxe Inerense* la alxe-swollen wile aagar that he la delayed In hia harry by tbeee unthinking psopl'-Clean up-fix np-trlai np-around youjyarda. There will soon be, a ran ow figured The whxw* Wigaalterl-is aeel TXrir Btaaut-tawte nxea, B atlosat, Waecs. Chleago~Chln*gQ i, Plttebarg 8. Ctevehud-Ciseinaati II, Cleveland it, TUtTBJuV I^aocx-Oletelsnd-Chisago B, Clmland 4. AJfBBICAB AaVMCUTIOB. Ronb**Ur--IioabeaWr 8, Bronklja 4. Bt. Lonia-Louixvllle 8, St. Louis S. . Toledo-Toledo 8, Columbua 3. wblebhahad sent, _______ calved uvcAl tetagrama frees Weawtegj-, ton aaking hint not to mis up In toe OunA. v ilng-Oarfleld trooUe. Be reowfeacT am autograph letter froet 4xarMd aA^Tdra -Crux, bnt be did not ana war thssanltl be '. �tat to New York. : .. A point in tbi* aonneatioa tha
>^Aj;.laai -movement geinaA atrengOii he bad'saore than one* tbongbt-of writing a prliwax tetter in xrub a manner that'-it -*�*jl**.*w : given to the pre**, etating that, annerno ' eiraametenoee would he eoospt ttw,sx**uV natlon. Bat In eanh' ease the rsiuaxa for tbe delay waa the argument that 't**B*� men were his frmuda, aad that tbey arete depaading upon bin. Hn tAna b*M'-. until it we* too late for hint to! withoat Injariag thin. . It ie � carious foot that General to his talk with Dawson, sexmu to I forgotten that he did write a l�tter najniln-lag tbe nomlostiaa far e third torsi. Be wrote It at Galena end gave it''to'Joxux RoaaeU Young, who took' It to Chkaxn jost at tba lima of 'the. meeting "of tb*. Republican Katioaal Coaventxan ofleVO, and gave It to one ol tlte geweral w xnexg. prominent and earnestfriends,lerlftflobe; ' tbe liberty of making the tei*taaw.o/awer~ inling the general by keapiug hi* . which was a poaiUv* proMbiUo* '*� the a** of hi* near*, In but pooket. It Urn remarkable airnamataaee that on*'oY:t�e moat important bitten General Gr�nt.*rer; wrote miaoarrisd. :;,' faiaaaeu----� fhuaaxughte-. 4 n*ooklya~_... 4 Bo* ton..-____a BATlOBAl. 1.CAOCB. Won. lacat. Won- lart. _____________S 4 PlUtMUX--. t Ii Cleveland_____I i �Tew York.,- 3 Then ie a good deal of laugh la a girl'* cry, and a good deal of ery in a women'* laugh. Belore getting Into tba "swixa" a man. abonld be reeaonably ante that he ean kaap hi* head abov* wator. rLAYzaa' ibaoeb. ___7 l ItntteoesB-* 4 - t a Phn*d*lphla_ s 4 _________ of tb* nahjeet it waa found to ha t**/*B- . preulcn of the meeting that an �jfl�ahia-.;: tion ahonld he effeated a* ipMUif'Jm poeaibte. A oommitte* of tra paraoea jraa appointed aa followe: L A, BaxAvV, Ii.. A. X. Thomxx, A. L. Beoediot,'W.SH. McCoUum, H, G. Cooklte, B. M, ;fU0a*- � mlck, Bobart Clynxer, Sidney *en�V;T.: fitevaexon and W. I. Wolverlon, *satiiB*Ba. Tbi* committee ig .-lielMe^^wM'^^:' work of preparing fot a p*TaieB^t]Bjit*i-natlon and will anvaea tne^^swhJiMrt.-thoronghly. RooeuwUlb�en*r*daiaioer-reepondense with; the Htate brgaaltalldn of the T. M.C A_, becdmvMM dlaUiy. When toe �mmitto*te ready to report a aaaMing wlU be sadled Iry Ike ee^Jraunatwhteh n^arteaB**^ q*a^sibu-,
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