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The Administration Measure De?
feated on Third Reading.
AMENDMENTS VOTED DOWN
Mr. Bland'sSeigniorage Bill Comes
Near Passing. Tennessee's Gu?
bernatorial Election. Sen?
ator Mitchell's Plea for
By Southern Associated Trass.
"Washington, February 7.?
House.?The ltouso baa diaoussed
fdaue for liuaneial relief throe days
and refused by ilecisivo votos to
tmsB uuy oue of them. When tho
?omuiittoe of tho whole at 3:30 p.
(u. oouoluded its session, three
oropositious wor?' reported to tho
iiouse for its action?the original
fcpriuger bill (known us tho Admit)'
fstratum bill) proposing.the is6iio of
$500,000,000 15 per cent, fifty year
fold bonds, m amended by the 00m
tuittee of the whole; tho substitute
proposed by Mr. Reed, authorizing
Ibu isaue ot two year 3 per cent,
certificates of ludebtuesa to meet
cnrrent deficiencies 111 the,revenue
und bonds to cover the deOoieuoy
tu the gold reserve with ah amend?
ment proposed by Mr. liryau,
<,Dem.), of Nebraska, ru atliruiiug
the declaration ol tho Matthews
resolution ol 1878 to tue effect that
eoifa obligations of the Government
nie payable iu stuudard silver dol
iars at"its option, and the substitute
of .Mr. Co\, (Dem.), of TeuueHtce,
containing a rehabilitation of State
banks with an amendment proposed
toy Mr. (Jobb, (Dem.), of Alabama,
expressly deoliuing to confer the
right to issuo bonds unou the Secre?
tary of the Navy.
Mr. Bryau'a omeudmcnt wan re
*eeted?yeas, KIT; nays, ITU?anil
-Sir. Reed's substitute went the suine
tvay?1?U to 1 .ST. This was nearly u
l>nrty vote, tho Populists and Dem
ocrats iu opposition.
The amendment proposed by Mr.
?Jobb to Mr. Cox's substitute was
?voted down viva voce, and tho eub
ftitute it.arilf received but ?? votes iu
the atbrmativeto 184 in the nega?
tive. Mr. (.'ox's requost for a yea
?111I nay vote was not supported by
? HuQiuient number to Becute 11,
By the unexpectedly large voto of
S5IJ uoes and 117 ayes, the ilouse, ou
a division, refused to older iho en?
grossment and third reading of the
emended Springet lull, which au
xiouuccuicnt was received with ap
filaiB', A vote by yeas ami nays
?0 nie what reduced tho majority
<igaih6t the bill, resulting yens,
}85; nays, 102; present aad not
?lust before tho vote was an
iiouueod .Mr. Heed endeavorod to
lunke an explanation of tho attitude
of himself and associates on the bo
publican Ride, but was nut off by
series of regular order. He was go
Jug to PUJ : "I bad with the support
of all HepublicauB presented a prop?
osition, which tho ruling powers
taw lit to refuse. Nevertheless I
jiad gone further ami voted for a
bill, which coutatua thing* which 1
do not approve of, simply to enable
tlio matter to go to tho Senate iu
fiopc that something might he done.
The bill has failed, I now desire to
atlggest that i have no doubt this
aide of the House would vote for the
second section of my substitute >>r
any other proposition which had any
practical chance of passing,"
Mr. Springer having changed his
cote for that purpose, moved to re
ooosnbr tho voto, and that motion,
on motion by Mr, Hatch ( Dem.), of
Missouri, was laid ou tho table?
?eiis, 135; nays, 123, which finally
disposed of the matter.
The question was ponding whon
the committee of the whulo resumed
consideration ot the bill wus I
whether or not the decision of tho |
chairman ruliug out Mr. bland's !
aubstitute on a point of ordol should
tie sustained. It was decided in the
allirmative?180 to 52, lutbeoourse
of tho consideration of tho bill Mr.
Wheeler (Dom. 1, of Alabama,moved
to repeal the tax of Id per cent, ou
rUitto bunks circulation, and it was
lost by a voto of 5)(i to 81.
Au amendment proposed by Mr.
Bell i Pop. I, of Colorado, providing
lot the payment of the Lends in gold
or silver, without disorimiuatioo
against either, was lost?l(Jt*? to 71.
Air, Bland got a vote ou an
amendment requiring tho Treasury
iioti s, issued under tho Sherman not
of 1300, to bo redeemed, and direct?
ing tho coinage of the .-.eiguiorago of
tho silvor bullion in tho Treasury,
and it ciiniu within fivo votes of
being adopted- -1U:! to 11 I.
Beloro the bill was taken up, bills
were passed authorizing the reopen
lug of the abandoned military reser?
vation at Fort Juniper, Pia., and
?rauting a pemiop to the widow of
tho lato (ion. .lohn U. Koltou, adju?
tant gonernl ot the army,
Mr. (Irosvonor ollered a resolu?
tion, for which he vainly ask od im?
mediate consideration, directing tho
appointment of a oommitleo ol fivo
? invoetiguto tha Congressional
elections iu Tenuoa6oe last Novem?
ber, with a view to uscortaiuing
wliotlier or not tho certificates is?
sued tuereunder by tho Governor of
tho Stuto should bo recognized by
tho House. It was referred to tho
Committee on Flections.
SENATE,?Aretio weather was ox
periouced iu Washington to dar,
and nt uoon now had u-jou steadily
falling for a couple of hours, there !
was, consequently, a vory slim at?
tendance of Senators whsu the
chaplain doliverod morning prayer,
and it wat so dark that it was found
necessary to light the gas,
Mr. Mitchell, of Oregou, said |
that ho was instructed by the Com- j
mitteo ou Claims to report au j
amendment to au appropriatiou bill
and to make a brief statemeut. Tho
amendment related, he said, to
tho claim for sugar bounty. Ouo
part of tho claim, he said, was for
tho bounty which had beeu paid to
August 'i*, 1893. when tho McKin?
ley act became law.
Auothor part of it was half bounty
ou tho sugar produced after that
date, The Committee on Olaims, he
said, was divided ou both proposi?
tions. The majority of tho commit
teo believed that the first of tho
claim should be paid iu full (about
S'227,000) but the committee was uot
willing to reoommaud favorable ac?
tion ou the secoud part, but loft for
tho action of tho Committee ou Ap?
propriations and the Souate. Indi?
vidually ho believed tho bounty
should bo paid on all the sugar pro?
duced prior to tuo passage of the
repeal bill. In nuswor to au inquiry
ns to the total amount involved, Mr.
Mitchell said that the estimate for
tho full bounty waB 315,000,000, tho
half of that being $7,750,000?which,
added to the other Bum, would
make the whole atnouut about $3,?
Iu tbo course of a long discussion
Mr. Cookrell, chairman of the Com*
mittue on Appropriations, protested
vigorously against that committee
being made the dumping grounds
for othOr committees, and be criti?
cised tho Committee ou Claims for
not presenting u written report with
No uctiou being necessary in the
matter, tho Senate proceeded to
Mr. Blackburn moved to take up
tho Diplomatic and Consular Appro?
The Diplomatic bill wa9 before
the Sea ate up to the hour of nd
journment, whan it went over with?
out action ou the item for tho con?
struction of a telegraph oablu be?
tween tho l'uitc.1 Slates and thu
Hawaiian islands. Speeches were
made by .Senators Higgius, iu favor
of tho item, aud Palmer and CalTery
against it. Mr. Palmer reciting a
senteuoe from Mr. Teller's speech
of the previous day, "Oh, for mi
hour of Marey, Clay aud Webster,"
he exclaimed. "<>h, for an hour of
Charles Suinuer, who would not
consent to the annihilation of the
negro Republic of Sau Domingo.
Is there no one who will speak lor
the helpless puoplo of the Hawaiian
islands, who have beeu robbed aud
who are now governed by agencies
Unit are as despotic as can bo uuag
The Senate at 5:30 adjourned uutii
"No Vi<>It-uce i?? BrflOUIyili
Ju Southern Assooiata i Press.
Bkookia n, February 7.?Com?
missioner of Police Welles issued
au order to day to iuspectors autl
commanding oulcers directing them
to bo extra vigilant in prosecuting
assaults commuted ou thoso persons
iu the service ot too railroad com?
panies aud others, tho stoning of
cars by meu or boys ntul the cut?
ting of wires. Any otlieer failing
to arrest persons committing such
octs in their presence will bo dis
missed from the force.
l or the first timo since tho striko
was declared cars were run from
Fifty-eighth street to Port Hamil
ton this morning ou tho Third
avenue aud Hamilton lines. Tue
care left tho sheds at 0:30 ami u
number of trips were made without
uuy violence being offered by the
sinkers or their friends,
By Sontberu Ashocihio i i'roe*.
Washington, February 7.?Assist?
ant Engineer Oscar M. Koester lias
boeu ordared lo the Marblouoad,
relieving Assistant Engineer Johu
U. llowan, ordered to hike the place
of Assistant Engineer Burke, who
lost his hand ou tho Cincinnati, iu
tue West Indie/, Passed Assistant
Engineer (i. O, Ransom bus boon
attached to the Portsmouth Navy
"Newont Discovery."-?Ext. teeth
no pain. N. Y. l>. Rooms. 162 Main.
IV li if n A a file It i i vi-ii Mil Ott-,
Arc the ??t) whito Marceillas bed
spread- wo will soli at special sale
Monday, boginuing at '.I o'clock:
350 at 55c, sold usually at ?1; 200
at 80oM $1.10 and $2.39 each, worth
double. Only one a ?ld to each cus?
tomer. Levy Bros., 17-t Main street.
Hou. J. T. Lawless, Secretary of
tho Commonwealth, Hichmond, Vu.,
thinks Cjuratol ? great preparation!'
Discussed Before Boston's Com?
mittee on Mercantile Affairsi I
INVESTIGATION OF REMOVALS
Cheaper Coal, Cation and Labor
tbe Principal Attractions to Cot?
ton Mill Operators. Exhaus?
tive Discussion ol the
Uv Southern Associate t I'rois.
Boston, February 7.?Tho Com-1
inittoe <>u Mercantile Allaire at tho j
State House this morning opouetl its
investigation as to the removal to
other States of the textile corpora?
Hon. Wat, 0. Lovering said that
it great deal Of loose talk had been
indulged iu by thu newspapers, es?
pecially iu the South, winch would
soeui to indicate ttuu there was
ubout tu be a stampede
'There uro gruvo dangers threat?
ening our Industrie J. Tho nearness
of thu oottou golds, supply of eonl,
equable climate, daylight all the
year round, ami sixty mix hours
agaiust lifty-eigbt, abuu laut water
power, are nil iu litvot of tits South
ngauist Massachusetts. It has heeu
said that there is very little skilled
labor in thu South. It re pures iuoro
skill for adjusting and term for
minding maohinery thuu twenty
years ago. The real point is that
there is so much restrictive logi>la
tiou iu Massachusetts. We cannot
oompete with our neighbors. We
havo feaohed the danger line und it
should bo stopped. Wo should wait
until our neighbors and other coun?
tries catch on bi foro enuctiug any
more in tlie direction of shorter
hours or twenty other harrussiug
things liku ooinloyer'a liability,
which is a burden.''
He did not usk its repoil. but
Massachusetts should not bo dis
criminated against by her own Leg?
Mr. Lovering said ho believed
that Southerners could not tend
looms successfully. He did not
doubt but that tiiero wonld bo labor
legislation iu the South, but there
arc still uiiiuy ndvautages iu tnauti
Committees from the South are
coutiuually iu this city. There is
oue in Boston now.
Howard Nichols, troasarer of tho
Dtvigbt mills ar. (Juioopee, said his
conooru bad mult a mill iu tho
South. They wore wanted there
while there was too much restrictive
legislation here. They wore obliged
to spend altogether too much time
at the Slate House lighting legisla?
tion. His mill would prefer to re
main here, but was disoonragod.
His mill was thou iu Northern Ala?
Mr. Moriarity, oi Worcodter, had
a tilt with Mr. Nichols, the latter
deoyiug Mr. Moriurity's allocations
that laal year he claimed that the
chief udvuntugo in going South was
to bo near tho raw material. The
three items cheaper coal, cotton
aud labwr?wore tho principal at?
tractions, The Dwight mill was
to make course guu.K He had
been in a North Carolina mill,
however, where they went using
yarns much Huer than thu
averuge iu the North, 'i'no
compauy a.ikod permission to go
South last yeur, instead of orgauiz
nig under Alabama laws, in order to
suvo the trade-marks, It expected
its go.iiis would lu better made
there, because the maohinery will
bo now and improved, Only Iho
picker hands in the South arc no
groes. The wlnto hands are all from
the nioutitaiu districts. They urn
far more intelligent than those ill
Northern mills. Iu bis Cbiaopco
mills the help are mostly Bobetuitilis
mid French, a far inferior class to
those in the South.
As to climate Mr. Nichols claimed
that it was moro u.jiiahle iu I io
Southern mill distriots than iu the
North. The Chioopco mills could
not start until :! o'clock yesterday
because of the ice in thu caun s.
Arthur T. Lymau, treasurer of
the Lowell Carpet Carpet Company,
s.iid he did not object to labor
legislation. In Ins mill Iho advanuo
in wages bad in n low years boeu 10
per oont. nrhila the price of yo.ids
hud goiio down .') ) jior cout,
Tho tou hour time was short
enough if a man really desired to
work, A six hour day would oloao
all the mills iu tho State. It wai a
fact that thousands of spindles are
going to the South that ou^ht to ho
put into Massachusetts.
Mr. Lyman thought tho tax sys
tem oi the Siato particularly well
devisod to drive people out of tho
State. Tho offers from tho South?
ern States iuoluded exompttou from
taxation for teu years, lidward
Stauwood, spooiul agent to collect
statistics on cottou manufactures tor
the eleventh consus, said that all
the statements liy tno manufactu?
rers uro proved by tho grnr-s ligurea i
in tho Slates. iho cost ol land
aud buildings is loss in tho I
fcioutu than iu the North, Tho pricu
of coal is lowor nod ho aro the wages,
while tho hours of labor aro louger.
The price of cotton is loss tlioro
While tliu prioe of machiuery is less
ut tho North.
Joseph tiealy, of Fall River, said
that for six years lie had insisted
that tho South had the advautage
over tho North iu manufacturing.
This bad now been provou.
Tho hearing was then adjourned
uutil next Wednesday,
THE BOUNDARY DISPUTE.
Enthusiastic Demonstration of Mex?
liy Southora Amo.-i.Uo l Pro*?.
Sr. l.ons, Mo., February 7.?A
City of Mexico special to tho Globe
Democrat says that lion, [guaoiu
Miirisc.il, Secretary of Foreign Ko
latious in tho Mexioan Cabinet, yes?
terday officially denied tho stato
ment that Guatemala had retired
from its ground* and accccded to
tho demands of Mexico, "liut wo
aro still hopeful that war may dually
bo averted," said ho.
Ssnor Mariseal did uot iudicato
that tho settleuiout of the boundary
quostipu is any nearer au amicable
settlement than at tho begiuiug o|
Daily drills of volunteers 'are bo
ing bold in the eveut of war with
Guatemala. A regular company has
been organized by the employes of
tho Departmeiit of Justice, which
has been augmented by recruits
<rom the outside. The company is
'composed oT lawyers, doctors, news?
paper men and representatives of
.other professions as well as a large
.number of clerks of departments.
Drills will be held regularly at ?
o'clock each morning, and the early
hour did Uot affect tho initial re?
view, which showed Ufty iu attend
A number of young men are iu
juil for allowing their patriotism
over the Guatemala quostion io get
them into a riot Tuesday. A stu
deut wss haranguing n crowd iu
front of a circus wheu some ouo in
tho company shouted deliautiy,
"Doug live Guatemala." A pitched
battle immediately resulted, iu
.which tho Guatemalau sympathizer
was attacked aud beaten before tho
Reports from many interior eilten
of the ropuhhc show that the cede
bratiou ol Mexican constitution
day, Thursday, was used iu uuuier
on-' oases as au opportunity for
luakiug patriotic manifestations in
favor of Mexico on tho Guatemala
affair, the present question being
made the subject of mauv fiery
orations, aud tho volunteer spirit
ruus high all ovar the country.
Treasury Balance and the New
I5v Southern AgHociate.l l'ro-?s.
Washington, February 7.?The
Senate confirmed tho nomination of
Maj.-Geu. Jobu M. Schodeld to be
Lieutenant I leueral.
i he gold reserve was reduced to
day by withdrawals of $320,000 at
Now Vorl. to $41,743,130,
The Treasury receipts from ctis
toms continue to justify expecta?
tions from tho new tantY bill. 1 hey
began to increase last November and
have Kept Btciidily up .since that
time. The excass, by mouths, since
last November, as compared with
the corrospouding months of the
last fiscal year is: December, $2,
050,000; January, 85,007,000. Seven
?lays this mouth, $1,000,000.
At tho present ratio of receipts
and expenditures tho month of Feb?
ruary will Shout balance, although
tho excess of expenditures over re?
ceipts is now $2,400,000. Most of
the heavy expenditures are matio iu
tho first hall ol tho mouth. Expen?
ditures do doI take into considera?
tion the Uxed charges on account cd
the Sillium; fund, which aro in ur
rears about 8140,000,000, beginning
as rar back as Secretary Wiudom's
time aud beiug ignored by all sub?
sequent Secretaries of tho Treasury
since beoause of the lack of fuuds.
liiwnaiara hi Sen.
11* South in Associated Prosa.
Bbulin, February 7. ? In the
Reichstag to-day Harons You
Stumm-Llult org and \' on M&otsutTel
introduced requests to the Uovorn
luent to tak?? immediate measures to
minimize the ncourrenoe of disasters
ou the big . so is,
Dyspepiiti seldom caii.cu (loath, biit
permits it- victims to . t on iu misery.
Hood s Sarsapai ilia cure-, dyspepsia <>n l
uii stomach trutihlos.
Just received a large line of walk?
ing canes, silver mounted i crooks I,
from $1,25 up. Chapman & Jake
Warm caps and gloves for tho old j
and young, L. .lack Oliver .V Co.,
1 I I Mam street.
Caps aud gloves at Oliver's.
>?-\v Illing* for Mi?nila>.
New striped, ligured and dotted
duel; aud pique; now percales at ?o
and lilo, worm 10a and l2o, New
ginghams and Danish dowrqaud nsw
ollocts in dress goods. R. A, fcjuuu
dcrs, 172 Main street.
What the Weather Bureau Pre?
Severest Weather of the Year. Is
General TliroiiR,liout the Coun?
try. Tin; Crops Protected.
The Best Sleighing For
Years. The Rij'S.
No department of the government
lias been more bouelloial to tho
country at huge than that relating
to tho weather, under the direction
ol tho Secretary of Agriculture. Iu
tho matter nf forecast, telling of tho
approach of frost, lree/.e unit the
various storms of raiu, snow ami
wind, this department has saved
millions oi dollars to agriculture und
shipping. The sorvieo has not yet
reached perfection and tbe force of
men employed in a number of offices
is inadequate to. do with dispaloh
the many iluties expected. Never
thelesa the farmers und Bhippera havo
been well served ami express their
tur orbat storm.
Norfolk is now experiencing fho
BOverest weather known in a number
of years. While thu sun was shining
brightly the people weru told what
they might expect, trithiu twenty-four
lumrs. Tho predictions were made
good iu every particular, and this
morning thu snow, thu bciiutilul
suow, is thick, firm nud Bovcral
While the city people have been
iucouveuioueod, business somewhat
I obstructed, there is rejoicing iu the
hnuien of the truckers of this vioio
ity. Suow is not only a fairly good
fertilizer, but is also a protection tu
winter crops. With a few days of
extremely cold weather vegetables
would havo been destroyed. Witu
a covering of six inches of lino snow,
cold and dry, iho mercury may eou
tinue to drop without iujnry to the
hardy vegetables grown tor the
early spring trade, i'ho truckers of
Thtuwutor uuil the wheat growers of
Piedmont ami the valley woloumod
the preoipitatiou gladly, knowing
full well that it will pul dollars in
TUM FLEECV pi1akb8,
Tho temperature having beon be?
low the free/.iug point for some days
the fleecy flakes lei! upon hard ?ml
uud will remain uutil removed by
Miu or rain,
Thu young peopio uro now having
tho lirst good sleighing for some
years, Tho tinkio tinklts ol tho bells
was heard ail day yesterday and lute
iutu tho night. The various rigs
iudioated thut Norfolk was but poor?
ly prepared for tho sport. Thero were
occasionally seen a fow lirst class
elcighs constructed for suow travel,
but us u rulo the "got-lips" were
I curious aud comical. Family car?
riages,1 bnggioB, dog carts, ote., ou
runners woro some ol iho devices
thut came uudcr thocyo of tho news
TUE STREBT ( All 3ERVI0K,
The street railroad manager was
out at an early hour tilth four fine
horses to u snow plough and man?
aged to keep their track clear.
Though tho ears could not uiaku
schedule timu they kept going, and
tho efforts ol tho muuugemcul wore
especially appreciated by tho tubur
All trains from tho interior woro
nmro or loss late uud report heuvy
snow in tho mouutainous sections;
also intensely cold weather.
Tho temperature, as reported by
tho Weather Bureau yesterday, reg
lntered ut the lowest point 11 degrees
above /.ero; highest 1)1,tbe maximum
temperature being 7 degrees warmer
than on Wednesday, At no tune
within tue paat sixty hours has tue
weather been above tho free/dug
point. There is u sheet of ice from
imuk to bnuK on iMohonu's lake, uud
if the spoil of cold should continue
twenty lour hours longer there will
be good skutiug in spito of the cov?
ering of snow.
Torsous compelled to do outdoor
work sutler od greutly yesterday, es?
pecially tin; motormon ou tho street
curs. Vestibule curs, Kilon as uro
used in Dearly all of the large cities,
would protect liulh couductor uud
yhe Observer at the Signal Ullice
says that the lull force ot this storm
will reach Norfolk this morning,
when tho temperature will drop to
/.ero, There must of necessity bo
much Buffering among the poor ol
Norfolk. Tho various benevoleut \
sooieties are asking funds, tuyiug
that the demands are great uud
money scarce, and it is thought by
somo that a ooutributiou from thu
city's treasury, similar to that made
two years ago, may lie necessary.
Continued on Curd /*<<</'.
1 will se'.l for ttio uoxt tin rid al.Ii
ItUBDER UOiH)H at ?o t. a due lino
of Indies' and glints' Hhoos ?t prices
loair ihm e.<-r. U vo lue u call.
M, J, MAUDli
tiUtl Church stroeti u urly opposite 1
mir vnn wu.t, he wakm
IF YOU DliINK
French Drip Coffee,
99 MAIN STREET,
26 OLD MARKETSQ.
t The One Thing Needful
in my bus I It CM ta-expuiicuci
I I Hnve It,
,s ?ml my fusioniert
Get the Benefit of It.
EYES EXAMINED FREE
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
The Norfolk Horse Exchange.
on TOI'.SDAY February 12tb. 1895. at
10 n ii in. ol (lief?llowinx cnnalgumau ?
of unusually attractive Horse* ttu.lMulaat
Cobhu, 25 head <>f llo hi*,
I at r. 26 hail I o. 11 on c ?
IIutor, 25 head <>f Horaos.
Ash or, 25 heud Of llorno<.
i.. "si DO head of Horses.
Also uio head of assorted tdo.-k from
illier shippers, so I .".() head of line,
?uuii;; Stiin lard-bred horses at Private
This ih tho horso market of the South.
If you ivaut ?iirgaiusooine and get thorn.
Iks KcClsary-McClellan Live 5to;k Co.,
O'lauil 59 1-2 Umou Ktrset.
Will sell at Auction KltlDAV, March
1st, Uiu head Stan lard Bred l.eiituoky
Horses, bend for dialogue._
What a Difference.
The net cash cost of PIFTI THOU
SAND DOLI,AK3 insured upon your]lit'e iu
ANS o: the New Sfork life iuburauee oom
1 on a will p.iy f.rSGVEXTY THOUSAND
UN SAME PLAN iu tho Northwestern.
D. Humphreys & Son,
F. I. SLAOE & GO.,
Railroad, Steamboat and Mill
WOOD POLIiKVd of all sizes; LATH
Mil,1.3, LMhKi KNIl'K QKINDKKS,
Mi NSUN'S .V PAQE'H LEATHER BELT
1N i. l'l.YMOl 1 11 UoKlUOE; BOILKKS,
a I sizes for HtO'im heating. Agents fur
Magneaia Sectional Coveriug und Boilers
nmi Btoani l'lpes.
8 IVEarket Square."
I UUII MB WUS5
Commercial and othar biuiuets nape?
i.oiiux i;e.:otiat ? l on favorable terms,
Uuy HoudH mid othor tieouritlea bought
iiepoHiti rsosivedand aooouuts invited,
lnteredt all owe I ou time 'lopoait*.
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