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THE ROOK ISLAND ARGUG, SATURDAY, DECEMBEtt 13. 1!0.
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Com-.pondence solicited from evary township
la Hock Island coontv.
8atuo Dbcbmbkh 13. 1W0.
The ram of lcfrat,
Tbe Lunomui side of the grsat cy
clone if shown by the St. Paul Pioneer
Trtn: Msjor McKinley and Tnm -Cwij
ter, of Montana, met la Chicago and
were leaning on the clerk' deak io the
Grand Pacific hotel, discussing their own
defeats by small pluralities, whoa a me
ditim mad maa came up and without
recgnfztng them, registered. It was
was "lTBcIe,Joe" Cannon. Major lie
Klnley poked blm in the ribs and said: '
"Well, Joe, I see yon are alive."
"Tea, what there U left of me is alive,"
replied tbe rbairman of tbe appropria
"Well," said McKlnley. "I haTe an en
casement to take luncheon at tbe Union
League club right now. Tou and Carter
come along, and we'll talk the thing over.
Tou can come with me and it will cost
"All right." said Mr. Cannon, 'If
there's anything that's free, let's go and
Aml the three started for . tbe club
house. On tbe way they stopped on a
corner of Clark street while a b'ockade
of Vehicles wan being straightened nut,
and Major McKinley opeoed conversa
' "I told my people, and I honestly meant
it," said be. "that I was gratified at tbe
result in my district. I would much pre
fer to be defeated by a small majority
than to be elt-rtwi, with tbe odds so over
whelmingly SKainot u io the bouse.
We should bu able to accomplish nothing
We could object and kick, and make a
little tronhle. but that was all. Under
tbe circumstances I was gratified to be
defeated as 1 wia.
Mr. Cannon pulled bis slouch bat to
one side while this was being said, and
when Msj ir McEinley ended be pointed
the fore-flogur of bis left hand at tbe Oblo
man and said: ,
"Mac, that is all riirht. Of course
.aid precisely the same thine down in mt
district. It goes down there, bur,' Mac;
uon i let us lie to one another
Louis E McCnmas, of Maryland, was
another good fellow who is no lo- jier in
it. He was in Washington tbe other day
and a friend hailed him:
"I'm mighty sorry for vou. MnCnmsa
I did hope that the people of Maryland
wouia aeon you Dark again
'T'on't waste any sympathy on me,'
replied McCimas. There won't be
enough nf you republicans to call for the
yeas and nays. I don't want to be here."
flow much more sensible to take defeat
good eaturedly like the congressmen "re
erred it than to be growling and soap
ping like a bear with a sore ear?
Sir. Cable In Wuhlnrtu
The following Washington dispatch
appears In today's Cbicsgo Herald:
Ben Cable, tte diminutive but hand
aome representative-elect from Rock 14
and, waaat the capltol today under es
cortof RnewellP. Flower. Mr.' Cable
attracted a good deal of attention for bis
fame baa alrearlv rnchrl w.
Mr. Cable Is looking for a house, and
hopes to rent one in the fashionable part
01 me cut. "i ll let you have mine
said Mr. Flower; "itcosta me $5,000
year furnished, and it's a beautiful
bouse." Tlie CiblM m .ivwi.rf ia I
come social leaders here during the next
Therx has been a general idea among
civilian that tbe Indians could no longer
be seriously mischievous; and the recent
outbreak has created surprise as well as
alarm. The actual condition of affairs
has been made the subject of an article
which Gen. Nelson A. Miles has written
for the North American Ret lev.
Tm Washikgtob Post says that Speak
er need is In tbe saddle again, and he
do a good deal of riding between i
and the 4 th of March. He may do tome
nuing arwr that dale to but it wl'l
largely of the variety known aa on the
I Albany, Ga., a policeman having
been refused free admission to a theatri
cal performance, tbe chief of police sum
moned his entire force and took them all
Into the opera house, regardless of door
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector. Tomorrow, tbe third Sunday
Advent, services at 10:43 a. m..
m. and 7 p. m. At the chapel at 2:30
At the T. M. C. A. rooms. There
win De no lecture tomorrow so that
young men may be free to attend union
services by Evangelist Bliss in the Cen
tral church at 8 o'olock.
At tbe United Presbyterian church.
preaching- at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor,
Rev. H. C. Marshall. Bahhath schnnl at
8:80 a. m. Young peoples meeting at
8:45 p. m. No eyening service.
At the Central Presbyterian church,
preaching in the morning by the pastor,
Rev. John. 11. Kerr. Buhject, "Some
Unanswerable Questions " Sunday school
at 8:80 a. m. Union services in tbe eve
ning conducted by Evangelist E. W. Bliss.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church
the Rev. W. 8. Marquis, pastor, will
presch at 10 45 a. m. Sunday school at
:10a. m. Young People's prayer meeting
at 0 p m. South Park Mission school at
3:80 p. m. There will be no evening
service; the congregation will join m the
union meeting at the Central church.
At the Christian church, services at
1045 a m. and 7 80 p. m. Evangelist
T. A. Boyer will speak morning and eve
niog, beginning a series of revival meet
ings to be continued through several
weeks. There will be a number of candi
dates baptijed at close of the evening
servlco. Bundayscbool at 9:15 a. m,
Young people's meeting at 6 .80 p. m.
At the First M. E. -church, presetting
at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor, the Rev. G.
W. Gue. Subject, "A Rel gion of Prin
cipal." Sunday school at 9:13 a. m., J.
F. Robinson, superintendent. Young
People s meeting at fj:80 p. m., Mr. C. E
Adams, leader. No preaching in this
church in the evening; all join in the
union revival meeting at tbe Central
Presbyterian church at 7,80 p. m. ; .
At the First Baptist church, preach
Jf by tbe paator. Subject! "The
True Aim of the Pastor aad Evangelist
and the Prayers of the Church Needed io
Their Behalf." Sunday school at 9.80
a. m., J. W. Welch, superintendent.
Sunday school at the Forty-fourth street
chapel at 8 p. m., Mr. O. L. Williams,
superintendent. - Preaching at the
chapel at 7 p m. by Mr. Charles T.
Janox. For the evening service pastor
and congregation will unite in the union
service at the Central Presbyterian
In tbe bead
- Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
- A conatitut onal remedy
L ke Hood's Sersaparilia,
' Which purifies the blood,
Makss the weak strong, -
. Try It now.
HOAR AND BUTLER.
South Carclina and Massachu-
- setts in Discord. ""'
LS JMPUTATI03 OF WILLFUL LYISO
Hurled Aerwea the Chamber at the Bey
fltate Maa Some Beeorde Produced
and the Episode Cloaed with a Pick
wickian Beconcillntton Principal
Point of the Apportionment Bill. wKh
the State. That Gala Members Pro
posed New Law tor Natnraliiatlon. '
Washington Citt, Dec 13. When the
.resolution offered by Dolph instruction
the'eorumittee on privileges and elections
to inquire and report whether the right of
suffrage is denied or abridged in any state
except for participation lu tbe rebellion or
other crime was taken up in the senate
yesterday, Dolph said that the states ot
Mississippi, Wyoming, Massachusetts,
and Connecticut imposed restrictions on
the right, of suffrage and ha had read the
inaugural message of Governor Tillman.of
South Carolina, which, he said, waa an
official declaration that the great mass of
colored men in the south were not to exer
cise the elective franchise.
Test Give Dolph a Kat to Crack.
Vest moved an amendment Instructing
the committee to inquire further whether
by any state legialattire any citizens of the
United States were dented the right to
work on any public improvements by rea
son of tbeir color. He then readaclanse
from a receut statute of the Oregon legia
Uture authorizing the building ot a bridge
and providing that none but white labor-
en should be employed on the work.
Dolph replied to Vest, and a further allu
sion to Governor Tillman's inaugural
message brought out the declaration from
Butler that he waa perfectly willing to
stund by that message.
Butler Says Somebody Lies,
Dolph said that he was informed by a
senator on his side of the chamber that the
senator himself (Butler) had threatened
colored men in his employment that he
would discharge them if tbey should vote
the Republican ticket.
Butler Whoever made that statement
is guilty of a deliberate and wilful false
hooda deliberate and wilful falsehood:
Hoar I suppose that within twenty
four hours I read the testimony of the
senator from South Carolina before a com
mittee of this body or of the other body.
in which he stated that he had told the
colored people on his plantation that he
should dismiss them from his employment
ir tbey voted tbe Republican ticket.
made the statement myself, to the senator
W "Alluding- at" Hoar.
Butler Then the remark that I made
applies, of course, to the senator from Mas
Hoar I am not to be deterred from say
ing v-nat i nave to say-
Butler t do not propose to deter tbe
Hoar Concluding the sentencel either
by the manner or behavior of the senator
from South Carolina. I have read that in
a public document within twenty-four
hoars, I suppose. If there is any mistake
about it I have made the mistake.
- The subject was then dropped for the
Edtnnade Conn Into the. Fray.
Elodgett and Walthall then spoke
against the election bill, aud the latter
apoke ot the improved condition of certain
counties in Mississippi in respect to peace
and order. Edmunds inquired whether
tbe perpetrators of the acts of violence re
ferred to by Walthall had been tried or
Walthall I think the chief parties ac
cused in connection with that matter were
tried regularly by a Jury, before a judge
ot r.mn standing, ana were acquitted.
Edmunds sarcastically That is what
I supposed. -
Some More Supposition.
Morgan I suppose that the senator
from Vermont would want them convict
ed whether they were guilty or not.
Edmunds No. The senator hardly sup
Morgna Ves, I do.
amunus men . toe senator is - more
craiy than usual.
Edmunds went on to say that he could
understand a state of peace where all lib
erty had been suppressed peace in the
aense of nobody needing to be killed any
Hoar Not Don with Bailor.
When Walthall bad closed bis speech
Hoar rose aud called attention to the re
marks made by Butler to the effect that
any one who said he had threatened to dis
miss colored people from his employment
If they should vote tbe Republican ticket
was guilty of a deliberate and wilfull
falsehood. He sent to the clerk's desk and
had read the official reporter's manuscript
of what took place, and said: "A rule of
my lUe, long since formed, does not per
mit me to reply to toe senator from Sooth
Carolina in such language aa he thought
proper to utter. Whether I should be
guilty of a deliberate and willful false
hood abont a matter contained in a public
document will be settled in the estima
tion of those who know me. I will read
for the Information of the senate from the
document to which I referred."
Tha Raeord Produced.
Hoar proceeded to read from a minority
report made to the house of representa
tives in 1870, in which Butler is repre
sented to have teatined as follows:
Q. Did you say to these colored men
that tbey could not remain on your land
unless they voted the Democratic ticket?
A. I do not know that I said that.
said this; I went down and gave them
tickets, and said to them that they had a
right to vote the Republican ticket if they
p ieaaea: tnat tney were tree men as free
as I was; hut it they exercised that right
and imposed taxes upon me that would
destroy my property and prospects, I
should throw myself back on some rights
that I had under the laws of the country
ana wouia see tnat tney left my planta
Nubmitted for Justification.
Q Did they all vote tbe Democratic
ticketr ' '
A. Xo, ir. Six or seven voted the Dem
ocratic ticket. Some of them did not vote
at all: aud I do not know hov too others
voted, but I intend to inform myself,
Q. With a view of turning them oft if
they vote the Republican ticket?
A. Not for voting tne Republican tick
et if they had an honest ticket, but for
voting for those thieves and robbers.
It that language (Hoar said) did not jus
tify the statement that the senator from
South Carolina had threatened to dis
charge men from his employment for vot
ing the Republican- ticket, then he had
done the senator an injustice; but he
thought that it did.
Butler Sticks to Hla Denial.
Butler said that he had denounced as
false tbe statement that he had threatened
to discharge colored men on his plantation
if they voted the Republican ticket. He
had no retraction to make. If the senator
from Massachusetts bad aaid that he gave
the information to the' senator from Ore
gon (Dolph) not of his own -knowledge, but
from a public document, the remark
would not of course apply to him. The
testimony quoted waa, he said, a garbled
statement He bad never seen, a
report of the testimony which he had
given, and did not now recollect having
appeared before the committed in question.
But he repeated now that he had never at
any time or on any occasion attempted to
influence a single negro on Ms plantation
In the exercise of the franchise.
The two gentlemen then expressed the
highest regard for eaoh other, and the
mutter waa dropped. '
APPORTIONMENT FOR CONGRESS.
the House Committee Presents Measure
--' for Consideration. :
Wasiusotox City, Dec. 13 The appor-'
tionmeut bill waa nearly unanimously
agreed upon in the caucus committee ot
ibe bouse yesterday, Holman alone object
ing. Ho wanted the number of represent
tlves left as It la now 333-but did not go
to the extent ot vigorous opposition to tbe
bill as constructed. ' . Frank of Missouri
has the credit ot being the first to suggest
the number of representatives as fixed ty
tbe bill. Tbe report accompanying the bill
begin with a list showing tha representa
tion given each state under the bill and
the increases over the present representa
tion. - ,-' '
- How the Wlcwres Vara Obtained.
. From tbe aggregate population of 63,
2,350 tha committee subtraoted t ?r jf-
gregate population ot the District ot Col
umbia and the territories ot Arizona, Mew
Mexico, and Oklahoma, and with the re
mainder ratios were obtained by taking aa
divisor each number from 833, the pres
ent membership ot tne house, to 875.
Trials were made, the report says, until a
sumoer was round that would Kive a
ratio which in application would secure
each state against any loss In its member
ship, and in no instance leave a
major fraction. Thia number was found
to be 856. Making the ratio 178,901. The
number of members obtained on even di
vision was 339. The additional seventeen
needed to make the number 850 were se
cured by giving another member to each
ot tbe states having left to it a major frac
tion. . .
Btatas Whieh Gain Members. -These
states were Alabama, California,
Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Mary
land, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode
Island, South Carolina, South Dakota,
Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin.
The fractions ranged from 80,871, in the
case of Virginia, to 172,888 In tha case of
Iowa. The report says that the committee
has not deemed the number fixed by tha
bill au unreasonable Increase la the mem
bership of the house, and tables are quoted
to show that increases have been made by
every apportionment act sine 1789, except
in tnat passed in li3. when there was a
reduction of fifteen.
Propects of Passaa.
- It Is likely that tbe bill will be consid
ered and passed in the hoase next week,
and an effort will be made to call it up
Monday with an agreement that a vote
shall be taken at a fixed hour on Tuesday.
The action of the Democratic members ot
the caucus committee In voting to report
tha bill favorably would Indicate that the
opposition to tbe bill, if any is made, will
be very slight. Tha Republican members
ot the committee are confident that the
bill will not be opposed vigorously except
by tbe ew i ork cicy delegation, the mem
bers of which think that the claim of New
York city tor an increased population should
be settled before the apportionment bill U
Tha World'! Fair Resolution.
WASHCfOTOif City, Dec. 13. Hon.
Thomas W. Palmer, president, and Hon.
-Benjamin. Butterworth, secretary of tha
World's fair conrmlssion. and Mr. T. W.
Peck, of the Chicago directory, waited on
the president Friday and requested that he
issue the formal proclamation inviting
foreign frovornments so participate in the
World's fair. The president said he would
send tbe papers at once to the attorney
general to see whether the terms bad been
complied with, and if a favorable decision
was made would issue the proclamation as
soon as possible.
Record of the Day In Congreaa.
Washisgtos City, Dec IS. The senate
yesterday passed a resolution providing
that, beginning Monday next the senate
meet - at 10 o'clock and that the morning
hour conclude at 11 o'clock. Night sessions-
were dropped. Dolph's resolution re
quiring the committee on privileges and
elections to inquire whether tbe right of
suffrage is denied or abridged In any state
was debated at length but went over with
out action. Blodgatt and Walthall spoka
in opposition to the election bill.
Tbe house passed a number of private
Kew Law for jraturalUatlou.
Washisgtox CITY. Dec IS. Representa
tive Geary, the new member from Cali
fornia, has introduced a bill providing
that applications for cititenshlp shall be
advertised so that persons wishing to op
pose tbe granting of naturalization pa
pers to a person may be notified when to
appear; also, that applicants for nat
unitization shall pass a satisfactory exam
ination on " the history of the United
States, the federal constitution, and the
constitution or the state where the appli
"Tieks" aa Cattle lnfeetora.
Wasui.XuTos CITY, Dec 13. In his re
port of the opeiations of the bureau ot an
imal industry Dr. Salmon says that ex
periments show that Texas fever infec
tion is communicated by "ticks from in
fected cattle getting upon those not infect
ed, even those ticks hatched from the eggs
of those upon infected cattle infecting
oiners upon wuicn tney were placed.
Public Building Bllla.
Washcotos City, Dec 13. The follow.
ing house bills making appropriations for
public buildings were reported to tbe sen
ate favorably yesterday; Davenport, la.
1100,000; South Bend, Ind., f7&,0: Bloom
ington, Ills., $75,000 (reduced from fl00,000,
the amount agreed to in the house).
BOOT ON THE OTHER LEO.
Balfour's Minions and Hoaly at Dublin
tha Other Dv.
Loxdok, Dec 13. Much amusement has
been caused in Torv circlea in London hv
Healy's appeal to the Dublin police for
protection trom tbe mob. The minions o
Balfour, who this particular Irish mem
ber had so often denounced in unmeasured
terms, responded to his call for help just
in time, it U said, to save him from per
sonal harm at tbe hands of his own coun
trymen. uu principal assailant was
promptly arrested, while tha nollce
dragged Healy by main force out of the
meiee to a place of surety. All this is in
teresting reading for the Conservatives
and Liberal Unionists, who will doubtlesa
enjoy chatting Healy on his experience of
Irish mobs and the constabulary when
uiey next meet mm in parliament.
-Another Caaa Soma hat Similar.
A case much like Healy's developed
yesterday, In which Iarnell probably is
given an opportunity to contemplate the
old adage that "w hat is sauce for the goose
t . . ,
oisu sauce lur me ganuer." i ne contempt
for tbe lawa IWbHPd hv tha Kdrnn nrhinK
has been a characteristic ot the home rule
agitation in Ireland has had no more irre
pressible advocate than O'Brien.and yester-
nay nis men as put tnis contempt to use in a
way that Parnell will probably despise.
tue rormer management ot united Ire
land announced that thi vnuM l
tdition of that paper from the office of The
nation, an arnn-rarnell paper. Parnell
friends immediately got out an lnjunctio
restraining the issue. They might as well
nave wnisuea at tne wind. The in June
aon was contemptuously Ignored and
paper printed and issued. -
The Parnellites met this move with
equally lawless. When a wagon loaded
with the antl-Parnell United Ireland
stopped at the railway station it was
seized by two men, one masked who drew
a revolver and forced the driver to leave
the station and drive to a bridge where
the whole load was dumned into tha
waters of the Llffey. Another attempt at
seizure was prevented only by the police,
who protected tbe driver, and the papers
were put on the train under police protec
tion. Both Parnell and anti-Parneli
United Ireland were issued, one full of
arguments why Parnell should continue to
lead, and the other equally full of the
other view of the matter.
Tha Fight Transferred to Kilkenny.
Kilkenny, Dec. 13. Parnell arrived
yesterday and was enthusiastically re
ceived. He made a brief speech. At Athay,
en route, the crowd at the station hooted
and groaned, and shouted, "To hell with
Parnell. " There were cheers for the bish
ops and priests, and cries ot "Long live
Dillon and O'Brien." The priests at Kil
kenny are all at work for Hennessy, and
they tried to get op enthusiasm for Healy
and Dvilt when they arrived. The at
tempt was a failure. There were soma
cheers, but the crowd was in tha main
The "Snppreased United Ireland.
Diblis. Dec 13. The natioual commit
tee of the McCarthy wing of the Irish
party have secured offices in Lower Sack
ville street. At a preliminary meeting
yesterday numerous requests lor member
ship were received, as well as letters from
clergymen aud others expressing a readi
ness to subscribe to tbe funds ot tbe or
ganization and to the expenses of the new
paper. Th title of the paper will ba "Tha
Suppresied United Ireland. " Thettrst lt
will appear Monday.
" DlHoa and O'Connor Will Stay. V
New York, Dec. 13. All the Irish envoys
did not sail for Europe to-day. Dillon and
O'Connor remain in America with the ob
ject of continuing tbe work in tbe event
of the consultation in France proving suo
oeaafui. 1 ' An torcaa of Fraoch TarlaT.
: Pap.i-, Deo. 13. The tariff committee
has reported to the chamber tf daputa
a r ootameudation for - a general increase
of the dutiea on matlonary and locomotive
engines, machinery and too1.
A HAPPY FAMILY.'
I; s Loving Companionship as
Aired in Court.
1 E0USLE C0IS WITH A NEW Wit S,
Vho Doesn't ilwn ta Dwell la Haraioay
with Bar Stapdanghtara lageatowa
Method of Bailing Hades ta a Board-
V ing Honae Home .Keeping Record! at
Kaeh Others Mladaeds and Generally
Making Things Very lively Mr. Var
: oar's Wofnt Tala.
. New Yoek. Dec 11 W. Gray Verner.
c t Stapletoa, Staten Island, waa made aa-
s stant superintendent ot the lighthouse
d apartment for gallant service in the navy
coring the war, in the performance of
ybich he lost bis right leg below the knee.
I enow wears a cork leg and carries a
c tne. The miseries ot his life, now untold
d la court, are such aa coma to but tew
portals. Mr. Verner has two daughter by
I b first wife, girls ot 17 aad 13. Tbey art
t lie cause of all tbe trouble, if you look at
1 ; one way. Looking at it another way
I Ira. Verner is tbe causa. At any rata it
t sgan with her coming into tbe family.
The Story of a Boarding Sanaa. -
Mr. Verner and his daughter boarded
vith Ben Wbaley and his wir at Staple-
t m. In October, 1888, he brought his new
a ad second wife there with him. Things
v-ent along with only an occasional rup-
t are, - however, until Jnne S last." Then
Mr. Whaley allowed Mrs. Verner to be
come tbe head ot the bouse and no longer
s boarder. From this time on the stories
c f the two sides diverge, but both agree
t oat then began such a system ot intrigue
and backbiting aa was never heard ot
lefore. There waa savesdroFPing. there
vras secret eaarchinat of room The a-lrla
v "ere determined that their rooms should
lot be searched without their knowledge.
- Kept "Tab" on Each Other.
They fastened pins together by threads
nd uck them in doors and windows and
i i different articles of personal property.
S i that if any one opened the floor or win-
fl ow or disturbed personal belongings the
I ms wouia De pulled out, and discovery
would be certain. Mrs. Verner was not a
I it beuiud the girls in cunning- Each side
1 ept a memorandum book in which all
t be att of the other side were set down
with the aflixed date. These tnemoran
i urn books are now useful in refreshing
t ne memory or witnesses.
Their Affectionate XpitHeta.
As for Mr. Verner. known in the family
ss "Mr. V.." he vacillated from one side to
the other in paroxysms ot rage and doubt.
jX one time be nearly separated from his
tne. .-sow ue baa joined bauda with ber,
t nd Is against Mrs. Whaley and his chil
c ran by his first wife. These children are
uown to Mr. and Mrs. Verier as "the
) oung devils. " Mrs. Verner is known to
l be children as the "old devil.", The chil
c.rn say that tbeir lives are not safe in tbs
1 ouse. Mr. and Mrs. Verner sAy that tbe
children will burn tbe bousA down or
li9ou them if they remain. -
Mrs. "V Lays It ta tha Waaley.
Mrs Verner says Mrs Wbaley has
taught tbe girls nothing but devilish
I ricks; that Mrs Wbaley resented her In
traduction into the family bitterly, and
t hat shi tried to poison her. The instru
ment waa arsenic waters administered in
tea and coffee "When," aays Mrs. Ver
t er, "she found she had fai'ljd ahe con.
lasMsd it to my husband, saying I bad only
isttened on them." Mrs. Verner soea on
t o say that she is a lady and that the table
inauncra of tbe girnt filled ber vith horror.
Oh Horriblls Dicta:
"Tboy would dip their bread in their cot-
lee and spill and splash their coSeeall
ver the table. Tuey slept with their
i hoes and stockings on. They listened at
t be doors when 1 bad com patsy, and it a
leinark was dropped about one of the
neighbors they would go out and tell it to
my person. After I flred' M. Whaley
out of tbs house she kept up cammunica-
t ion with tbe bouse by means of letters
dropped out of the windows to ber. Tha
-lder girl used to rap on the table and
f neer in my face and- dare ma to strike
I er. But I wouldn t. They are a pair ot
i cvuB, ana it's au Airs, whaley a fault."
Tha Final Grand Haw.
- Thursday there was a final grand ' row
i nd the girls left. The Society tor the Pre
vention of Cruelty to Children t xk bold of
' he case and brought Mr. and Mrs. Verner
up before Judge Acker. Tbe bearing will
'1e next Wednesday. Mr. Verner makes
1 ISO a month and draws a pension ot ISO a
month. He seems to be willing to put the
j:lrla in a protectory, but Mrs. Verner does
not want him to undertake tee exDenas.
' He has refereed prize fights," said his eld
i at girl, "and has practiced on us at
Kich nickel deposits have b-en discov
ared near Mellen. Wla.
Guards have been placed at the grave of
Augurt Belmont in New York city, to pre-
reui iub luru ui uu uoay.
Thu ImAnrfln V uta atiAn f T t
tension at Detroit, has resolved in favor ot
Keeping the World's fair open Sundays.
William Wallace Blanchard was hanged
m enei-orooKe, unt., r rtday, f irtbemur
tier ot Charles A. Calkins on N-rv. 18, 188V
Till "nn nntmTW nf tha Va
1andtfl tll mnv mu nrinM rf !. CM
Rational bonk ot Albla, la., -until July
The hoilae DAmmlttM nn nnlltM t.n n -
tiered a favorable report on the senate bill
i o revive tue grade of lleuteuanvgeueral
the arm v.
-There will be no ice palace at St. Paul.
JJinn.. this winter. The festival will
! fobably take the form of a Russian win
Miles Ogle, a notorious counterfeiter nn
iler arrest at Memphis, Tenn., is suffering
1 rom a broken nose, and it is believed that
i e aiu ine damage himself to prevent iden-
- The reason that acti-tliwi a Iiava nnt. l
legun at Fairmount, W. Va., s that tha
wt nuiuu involved in a strut mere has
men tue matter to court. Twi thousand
t ten are out. :
Peck, Martin & Co., brickmaljers of Kew
Vork CltV. hava hwn timaA nin V-,.,1-
luptcy as a result, partly, i the recent
J . : 1 . a a, I
taues uuiuu uoycoti, ot uricc made
liar on1 fl-.d !
.-a- H1IU UUVI 1411U3.
T. H. Tibbies, the white busjaudotthe
i auiau woman ngut tuyea. Who la with
t ie Indians-in the Bad Lands, says that
s ry oi.a tight among the Indians there
special correspondent romance.
TliA Trrvicrr-nl,l,.-1 nnlnn --4-
j c -"t - -wv.jugwu,
l.y., has boycotted. The Daily Common-
v huh luj-uatcity uecause its proprietor
w aurai iu auupt tne union s regulations.
1 he nroni'itifnr I,h nnu, nV. n , n.A 4
- j--.- . uwn V UVU1 uwu MA
j tnction restraining the union from inter-
UL 1. i
i sstug nuuuiu Business.
' Howard K Thntnwn nf fhlMr..
iilrrlned off the Riich uno Mm
B inrky Chicago river and drowxad himself
Thursday evening in the praaenoa ot hun-
A i - ,
u mu wi in-supie, wag era powerless
V .1 1.1 1 a .
iiwy .mi, ue una oeen suaenng
aime time with consumption and
t red of suffering.
,. William Mack, an eastern newspaper
e mid 'beat'' bis way from Bosto i to Louis-
.11- V -, . . -
v ine, uo,u as to railway and rotei lares,
la baa nrriircl at l-iiit-v;ll wi
fe Jt and says he will pay all be iwes when
usixmects ine wag-r.- tte had to do tl
tip in three weeks aud just tad half
d y to spare.
Killed by a Falllua- Bulktku-.
i BitOOKLYjf. X. Y.. Dec 13. Durino-
fa igh winds yesterday a two-story and baae-
Eni ones building, which yaa being
e Jected on Fifth Umt 'anil Mlvrk
as blown down.- Adjoining tbe building
v. as a nuB itory oricit structure occup
I) ran Italian alioa mlur nm-1 V...
I fii DelDhinu and bla wife n n .1 t uvfi j-1
d ren. This small bullilinir um .fi-iuh.H
a id tbe family were hurifd in ;.h
I elphiuo and his wife were soon dragged
v j.. Kiu auu urn i ami, ana aiso Co I
lildren. Kosini, a 1 year-old girL
ilW- -' . --- ' - - V
i ' That Deadly Stringaaar.
; Baltimore, Dec 13. The Druid Mills
I 'anufacturing company, B. F. Cambrill
f resident, yesteaday made an assignment.
1 he bond Hied ta 1800,000. The arm is one
; the largest cotton dock man aiactajrera
St the country. The failura va due to
t M stringeaoy ot tbs money n arM and
ill probably throw a i - p -
J an. ot ot work, t' 1 a, "
to I :
IN PERIL ALOFT.
Jack Carroll's Airy Swing on a
ELEVATED WOEI DUBJSQ A GALE.
A Daatroas and DUIealt t ah kafaly Ae-
eompllslied Bar. Ferris Creates aCeav
notlon la a Lang Itlead Town by
'Jnat pina; o" a heleweartec Caagre
gattoa for renaUttng Paaelag Caaa
sronnd Lake Discovered la lUlnols An
Boston. Dec !. Jack Carroll, awim-
tner, diver, man o'-war's man, teeple
c limber, and chlmoey -scaler, swayed back
and forth Just triflie leas than VA feet
from the earth at tbe noon boor yesterday
when thousands going to and front work
stopped and craned their necks, expecting
very moment to sea bint fall tA tha
ground. He was la a swinging chair, sus
pended by a slender rope, and tha force of
the wind, that blew fully forty miles an
hour, rendered bis task one ot deadly peril.
Carroll waa attaching a lightning rod to
new chimney at tha electric power sta
tion, on Albany street, tha meat lofty
structure in Boston, and one of the largest
chimneys in the world.
A Fearful Wind Blowing.
A stout rope bad been run up tbe inside
f tha chimney through tha blocks and
down tbe outside to the ground again.
There Jack fastened it to his sling, with a
at out plank for a seat. Tha wind blew so
fearfully that guy ropes had to ba sus
pended from the top. His seat bad aa ar
rangement on tbe ends so that it could ba
attached to time ropes cad slide between
them, else the wind would have blown him
out so far that be could not have reached
tbe chimney at alL Uaed aa be was to
such tripe, it seemed only a ioka to him.
oui tne wind was a liuie heavier than be
Came Down ta Make All Safe.
After be had reached the point where he
received tha full benefit ot it caresses, ba
signaled to be lowered, and came down to
make but fasteolnKs still mora seenra.
Then he went np again and commenced
wora, fastening the thin strips of metal to
the iron inserted in the brickwork aa
tbe masons proercased upward. The wind
sail blew him out so far that he bad to un
hook his seat from the guide ropes and nea
his feet on them to pull biro toward tba
chimney. Tbe chimney is 3W feet high.
w ieet diameter at the base and 13 feet at
the top. Jack did the Job safely.
HIS PET AVERSION.
A Preaehar Who Attacked a Neighbor's
Flock for Dancing.
Xrw York, Dec 18. Episcopalians and
Methodists in Sea Cliff, L. L. are greatly
agitated over tbe extreme action ot Rev.
D. C. Ferris, pastor of the Methodist
church, in publicly denouncing dancing as
worldly aud Immoral." What makes tba
utterance extraordinary Is tha fact that It
is directed not to members ot his own
church, but to those ot the neighboring
ioia oi at. oce'e psopal chare a.
The Tonne Walks Daneed All tha earn a.
Mr. Ferris has been quick on every pos
sible occasion for a year past to express his
tie wa regarding the young people's favor-
it amusement. Tbe latest of thane occa
sions was an entertainment given by tba
Glenwood Social clnb, at which there waa
a large attendance ot Methodist and Epis
copal young men and women who danced
In happy oblivion ot divisions on ecclesias
tical disapproval. .
A Doea of Hot a hat. -
Mr. Ferris took thia entertainment for
the text of a particularly biosr tirade
against dancing, holding tba congregation
of St . Luke's aa especially responaibla, un
der the delusion that tba party referred to
waa m celebration fH the church anniver
sary. "This amusement," bo said among
other things, "should ba under tha ban of
all true moralists. I think tha actio of a
professedly Christian church, organized to
save souls to Christ from tha wickedness
of tbe world, in introducing dancing as an
attraction at tta parties calls tor the utter
repudiation aud condemnation ot all true
trnek an Cadaraianad Lake.
MorriCE A Ilia., Dec IS. Frank &
Brooks, while digging a well on tha
farm of CE Moore, wast of Deland, cams
to a strata of clay so hard that be waa com
pelled to use dynamite for fifteen feet to
remove it. After digging down sixty-five
ieet ana boring twenty-two feet ne struck
a lake of water which caused him to hustle
and get out of tha way of the rnahinsr cur
rent, which rose fifty-fire feet in thirty
minuies, ana was rising wnen be left.
The Town Took a Drep.
SPBiXGnz, Ills., Dec 13. A consider
able area of ground In the village of Chat
uam, thU county, settled abont two feet
yesterday, carrying with it several houses
and a portion of the Chicago and Alton
railroad track. 1 be ground bad been nn
dermined by the Chatham Coal Mining
company, which will probably be caDad
upon to make good tbe loss.
THE FEDERATION Of? LABOR.
aaanel Gompera He-Elected President
DETROIT, Mich.. Dec IS. Among tha
transactions or toe convention ot the Fed
eration of Labor yesterday were the fol
lowing: Greetings were sent to tha Farm
era' Alliance; resolutions adopted asking
certain states to forbid convict labor in
mines; support pledged to tbe painters
who will strike for sight hours May 1;
congress asked to forbid army musicians
playing for private parties, and the bonds
ol secretary and treasurer rained to 13, U0O.
. Election of OfAoers.
When the boar for election ot officers sr.
rived T. J. Morgan, ot Chicago, waa pat in
nomination against Oompers, wbo was the
only other candidate wbo would run. Mor
gaa voted for himself ct which tbe con
vention laughed and he was one of tha
194 votes ha received, Gompera receiving
i, io. ine eiecuon waa declared unani
maus on Morgan's motion. Other officers
sleeted: First vice president, P. J. M
Gulre; second vice president, W. A Car
ney; treasurer. J. B. Lennon, secretary
Mies Tan Ellen' Add rasa.
MiM Van tten, founder of tha New
York W orkinat v oman's society, then ad
dressed the convention on tbe question ot
woman labor, and told how women
workera were Imposed upon, describing
now tney worked lor contractors in mak
Ing clothing for United States employee.
She asked tbe convention to nrge upon tha
government the establishment of a cloth
ing workshop, like the government print
The question of next place of meeting
was men taken up ana Birmingham. Ala-
selected, tha vote in favor ol that place
pemg i.bu. '
Just before tha convention adjourned a
paper was read in tbe sbape of a petition
to congress, asking tha national legisla
ture to rota for a constltMional amend
ment giving tha women tha right to vote.
It waa Immediately forward .d v v -
. White-Caps Ran Afonl of a Tartar.
Xfc-w ALBA NT, Ind.. Dec IS. White-
caps visited the bouse ot Thomas Burgess,
farmer living in Msada county. Ky.
early Wednesday morning to whip him,
Ue shot aud killed one of the raiders and
wounded two others. W ith his wife Bur
gess lied to the woods through a rear door
aud reached friend in Ne Amsterdam.
Kcplurted and Killed Throe " i.rom.
Pr-iTivDcc ia.-Auexpk- : -.i .-ccurred
yesterday Id the irtrIL: c ui of the
Zumditrt factory, ill wLkli is manuUo
tureu the uew oxpl wu'c, tuv&iiu iiirae
woii.jii i-xphiycj ic. tlrf l,a..rr were
- .Alleged l ight Kltli ludlaos.
viwur ireu. 14. uispatvu are
received . here sutiug that a fight
bas taken place ' about four miles
north of Pine Ridge between tbe
government troops and about 400
Indians under Kicking Bear, and that a
number on both sides were killed, the
Indians sustaining the --viu i, ,,4
being completely routed, - Kicking
i r Txi , (4 h followers are
A Soppooea V. ft. Marshal Killed aad Hla
Head rsva-taad OW. ,
Kaxbas ClTT, Mo.. Dec IS. A Rolls,
Ma, special says: La-t Thursday Dr aty
& Marshal R. U. Roper left here tor
point forty miles south of this place to ar
rest illicit distillers. Thursday a boy rode
Into Rolls and announced that Roper's
dead body bad been found in a lumbro
camp with tha bead chopped off. A party
went at once to the scene of tbe killing.
and foond tba body aa indicated. Tba
section of tha at ate where the crime waa
committed Is ruled by tha same class of
people who made tba Bald Knob organl-
aation famous. A man named Lane, 4
"moonshiner," has been arrested. A posse
Is in search of tbe murderers.
It Was Kos the Marshal.
A later special says that Deputy Mar
shal Roper, who was reported murdered
by rnoonahinrrs In Texas county, returned
to that place last evening alive and well,
Tbe maa arrested fur tbe murder waa re
leased, and the posse, which bsd been
searching for others suspected of tbe nior
der, has disbanded.
Mere World's 'sir Apoolataaante.
CatcaGA Dec IS. At lat night's meet
ing ot the local directory ot tbe World's
fair, the appointment by Director General
Davis of Moaes P. Handy, of Philadel
phia, a Journalist of national reputation,
waa conarmed, and tha following gentle
men were appointed aa the local board of
reference: Ferd W. Peck, Edwin Walker.
E. T. Jeffrey. Potter Palmer. Y. 8. Win-
aton. and Mayor Cregler. President Gags
and tea President Bryan are ex-officto
members of tbe board.
A Chicago Banker Indicted.
Chicago, Dec IS. Banker W. L. Pretty.
man, who recently failed, was Indicted by
the grand jury yesterday for ftinionaly
receiving deposits after tin- lank was
insolvent, aud his cashier, Cl.i!n John
eon, for fraudulently -v -r- mi the
bank's money to his ova no -t ;-si'ient-
ly both men were arrested. iut li'.ir rated
later on furnlsbingiug f lo.ouo bU rach.
VVetcr-s. poets Daring a anew Scores.
New YOKE. Dec 13 The r-teamahip
Wyoming, which has arrived fmru Uver
pool, panned two wster-spout on iur. 4 in
mid-ocean. Il waa enowiug at 'ie iimt
and tbe roaring cylindrical -uli.ua was
filK-d ni:t tbe snow.
A Patient for Dr. Keeh.
Bekux, Dec I8.-Dr. William Talte-
all. of New York, having in bis care
William Degan, a consumptive patient.
arrived here Tuesday. Drgsn ronaes bare
for treatment by Professor ivli't method.
having been selected by Ir. Shrady, of
jv ew 1 ork. aa a suitable subject to teat the
the eflicacy ot tba Kocb proo.
Thls Is Raogh aa McCarthy.
Nw V.ir. Dec 13. Timothy Mo-
Carthy as, Kent-need Thursday in the
Rk-iiiii.M, : county court on Staten Island
to ten ' t, nt hard labor tor ruMHnj: a
peddler . , !i -t ! of tt'H It.iljt.iQ c?
Cuirauo. Dec. 13.
Board nf trade qootabotia to-oay ware as tnt-
kma: V lust No. 2 Or.wroner. iswavi kl-c,
clusadlA.-: Jsniry. opaued v(a, ilneeil Kk-;
r. oiwdmi !,. raved l uv IVrn-Sn (
Der-emb-r. onwd SAo.'. cfcaed ltu-; Jarsuarr.
opine i sISc ciwvJ 4:w: Msr op-.d nc.
ekjortX M-- Oaia J 1 -unn-r. o:iMd
4. "ay-, clos ml a Jat.rv. i inssj
-V ; at ay, opvaad i . V,r r
Ie-einber, 0enad aj.4 . J January.
0uedM. d -kJ I . . Xa .t-onl nl.vv.
iHwntnk- Tl ln-n S!k YriN v
tii toU-au-c rta b.s-'tarket awed
Mi(r. lf.':il. ikrl -i; lOmn-O. liiA
crxlra. f.. 1., I i ;
suixed S'l0; hem y T-l.nif ab4 sl..,a.u
ta. jasi,.:. i; p;. isi &ij.
1'rraiaca- Buttxr r sa- a-jerat.-. a ir e
f lb; dr . OJMt ttasa. xlA. ; K-k
su-k. loavllo Las IrasB canaJ, ken ott.
tk -r V dot : Ire-uboae et"-- Ixjisc
lTsssil potry-Iaa, ii a ; eprxg
cluckena, fancy, sr; runetare. ir: dtvks. ajl'jc;
tarkera, ajU'aer: ?2Je fatal nasWnite
rne. aAdei ba: rd rose. Sc. Iiuroa aa
: Peorlaa. IMuMc; burbanl sojjar; puor
stnek. hweat potau i llllnuta. a
13. Armies Cukin. s-4 at brl. eaiina.
lchl-a cUua-a, $- a---y vaneusa. t
CaUW-Caranavw loarea, ti4a. satire
rows. HXiitaj; st.K-ksrs aad fs-dcra, I:
; Texas rtecra. JerSnJJl: caro .
t iu. Bneev-CLnsnaas she-p. i nil , kunU.
Sew T-rk. -
Xta- Va. Dee IS
Whoat-Jia t red wlntnr raah. Zl , XI OMa;
o Uaoaolaa-. ela: do Jaauarr. ri4s. Cora
No. t nusad nsah. lauf :oV t-aurr. aaa.
data -Dcil but steady; So mini c 4l
air; oo January, a ".jc: eo jtmf. on,-. Hye
Kienliial barley NouunaL Turk Dull: nam
tl ;S12 Lard-V-ict: Jaaoary. Mi is.
LiveatoV cattle rket stra-r !jr la-taaa
li si a hutiioll and lower for oui.i oCrc-
tntrs: puure-t to wet uattre stora. .4 13 a)
um s: hulls aad dry coara, 1 1 k.na &aarp
aad Uusla klarkat active anil pi , a tt 4o
hieher f"r hoth ehe-p and lambs: !-., rt
l"r l'"1 ave: uunbs. SuTfrdStu. nurvNiaa
itmiii dull: hve tHera, Ma4 :i f Vu r
Hay rplaad pralne, HnaOSJa
Hay TiBafcny as w-t s M.
Hay Wuo, tlOAv.
Oord WeoaeS) :.
A prominent physician and old army
surgeon in eastern lown was railed away
from noma for a few days. During his
absence one of tba children contracted a
severe cold, and his wife bought a bottle
of CUmbrlsJn's Conch Remedy for It
Tney ware ao much pleaaed with tbe
remedy tnat thry afterwards used err
era! bottles at vsrloos times. He said
from eiprrience with It, he regarded it as
the moot reliable preparation in use for
colda, and that It cam tbe nearest ot be
ing a specific of any medicine be bad
ever aeeo. rot sale by Herts Bahn
Bald It ta the Ltght
Tbe man wbu tells inn cnnA.i
tially just what will cure your cold ta
p Krioing emp a aain urn year, la
the Dre Da ration of thia ramarkahla tnmAi-
ciaefor coughs and colda no expense is
spar i so comoino only ue nest and
purest Ingredients. Hold a bottle of
emps Jialsam to tbe light aod look
thronch It: antic liHaht cl l.v.
then compare with other remedies. Price'
ouo ana i.
In the pursuit of tbe good things of
'his world we anllcipeto too much; we
eat out the heart end sweetness of world
ly pleasure by delightful foretbougbt of
them. Tha raanlta nht(it ti.
of Dr. Jones lied Clover Tonic far exceed
ui claims, it cure dyapepala, and all
itomaoh, liver, kidney - and bladder
trouble. It la perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a aura core for ague and
malarial dlaeaaea. Price, f0 ceata, of
JOTIC- TO OOSTKAOTOSa.
Sealed proposals will bo eel red at the CHy
Clerk s once. Rock Istaad. Dl., aatil Moaday.
Jana-ry eta, 1891 at I p. e. for eoe-t-actlr.- tbe
unpeovrnrnt orderaS by aa ordinance of aaid
city, which was adopied May la, iwu, and at on
titled aa ordiuaaca for tbe unprovemaot of
roanh aveeae from Twentieth street In Tweaty
taint street and Twenty-third street front roanh
aveeae to Fifth aeenaa, and Fifta aveoae f -oea
Tweaty-thlfd street to s point aboat four kandrrd
feet east of Thlrty-eigbt etreet, taeoee aorU
aboat one kandrad and slaty feet threegh the an-
iiwan nia uiv.ai svr.aootoe v.
B. A a. -Tal'roed-. aad fnaa these saat r,r-
Hollos aease to the esaier of las lateraec toe of
r aim eireet eaa as a rina or Mo l Ine eve
Bee,' and for rnraishlnr the sulrr als and aoire
the work accordinr to tbs plana and eeclSratlous
taereior. i as sal a unpcovoraesi ordsred by aaid
otdinaao eoulata of earblrc with car. ...
cavstlag. grading laipfovuig aad pavinf with pa
in brick of good qoalitr ta-enty ervaa bio ks of
hi is in si a niu ur saia orainanre est eat.
i e saia imp aieni nuvs os eonstracted and
weasaierui uereior Turn is osc bust as In eoosrd
ease with the plans and sperjucaiioos for said laa
pmsaMnt on ale in the aaid City Clerk s oOca, at
whiah said otnee. said plaae sad speclncatluos are
oaea to s lasparlUt U jM nersoas luleneted
OoaHl actors era Sara raUh aaaa al sates- wuk
WaleaworklBleeeeoas. ncAaeedta theoork
asl eocissniaal whh oap Unsalltyaadsiyla,
All bid autsf he aoroainaolod wua a aartiai
Chechia the saw of are keaased aollara, payable
le the order of Me traasaser of aaid eUy. a kick
saaU beeaai r forefeiled to said city la ease Ue
binder shall fad to enter late contract, with ap
proved en eta,teeaacau see work for the anee
"- e wa. ssa eo-oraira; io laa ataae
A.T POPUJL.A.R PRICES
Is always to bo foaod tci
Robt. Krause's Clothing Emporium,
I Pocket Cutlery,
We hare Table Ootlrry. V
( Kttras Caller.
Many useful rtlcls for tba
Full line of mechanics' looU
214 BRADY" ST.
Has Joet opened spat the ahove address ertth
a fad llae of
nits ataae as or ax stars, na 0 ss4 sp,
faau aaaae to rear SMasata. $4 Sn sea ap.
Fit and Style Guaranteed.
CXDoo't format Lbr address:
214 Brady 8t Darenport. '
THE (.CLUE SAVIKQS OAKX
(Ckartae b the Lselarsfo Ulaola.)
MOL1NE. - ILLB.
Opea ealty tresa A. M. te I P. at . aa eaTese
oaf ana aataron atralaas rros T te
Internet allowed om Daspoails at the rau
or 4 per Oeek per aaura.
Deposits recelred la amounts of
1 and Upwards.
The pel eels pi op si!; af the Tiesiiss Is rseii se
slbss le the aevwsitora. The eeVoers are priue-
aa rreai eorr owi aafai lie ssnaiys. sxiaars
aast ssarrlaa sragasa prutcctea bf apscfsl Us.
Ore an a W. Waaacnoar. Tn alas ott easv
nn Saiaaan. Viae ries.it.al; O. JT. Uxausti,
t S. W. Wk i lark Pnrtar sssr.
O. V. hem a a as. 1. SDoa Una, . a Beaaras,
laws a bar apneas, I. a. sales.
- - n i - - se-i u skss. a
-THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
EVER OFFERED IN THE TRI CITIES.
115 tnd 117 West Second Street. DAVLNPORI, 11.
le aD aijles
Snow Shovels for Snow.
Coal Shovels for Coal.
Dirt Shovels for Politicians.
house that are suitabl j for Imn present.
nn-l baiMeTS LanWare.
o-A.isri) o?3nTG- of
AT CARSE &
I itn ei
f be f oaa4 a a el varartp U
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Xre
0PXJ4PS, it.att,s, &c.
Batur Baa ocr Cookiag aad Heetiag Slovea aad tbe Orarore C 411 Suta
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1608 BECOXD AYZ, ROCK ISLJIXP, IL1.
TO The Front Always.
The t nuasivs Ilea of Dolid.y Omoi cosspnaitff
. Aad laaaeraUe aoic'iir-a le .
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
f Peatker Dastrrs, 1
i Oarpt Hoerr-rm. .""
( Carpet Btrrtekera. ""
1823 Second avenue.
Aveeoe, Dealer la
Teya. Caarfetttaorrv. CVlal
ts traes Svi Usxi t
n SKEW AT-
TXa rioeear JeveVr ot - ssWtJ
' a tiaiwrtKwtMi. cu ta s-U. nUsar sai
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