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Corrmiuoiidenoa solicited from evary township
In Rock 1 eland county.
FaiDai. Dkcembbr 10. 1890.
Tub Clinton Herald ha displayed lit
enterprise bj publishing a 24 page annual
review at a holiday number, which it
credit to the editorial tod mechanical de
partments of lb at paper and a splendid
advertisement for Clinton.
Tnc plot of Governor Fifer and Chair
man Jonei to bold a apecial election ft?
representation in tbe Hock Island district
la proitrrtsioR. Tbe republicans were
unfortunate enough to nominate a re an
for representative who was not eligible,
lie could no more become member of
tbe Illinois IcKtHlature under tbe law,
than the Prince of Monaco. Yet the men
named Intended to have Collins, tha Inel
igible candidate, "resign" an office be
does not possess and never did possess,
and take a second pop at tbe legislature.
Tbe law defines the proceeedura under
inch circumstances. Fortunately the
democrats will have control of the Illi
nois legislature and they will not recog
nize any certificate which may be issued
under a special election called by Fifer.
Tbe Qulncy Jhr.tlJ, following the ei
ainple of the Aiioib. has established the
ineligibility of a republican member
elect of tho l-gi lature. He it Oeorge
McCrone of Qulncy. and the following
documentary evidence is produced in sub
On March 3. 1HS7. Oeorce C. McCrone.
of Wichita, Kan., wrote to Oov. Martin
making application for appointment aa
notary public. Ilia letter reads as f(..
To ths OoTsunna of Kafsas: Tha ander
tffnd, a cll'jrn of Sedgwick county, over the
age of twenty one years, respectfully solicits aa
appointment ae aitiry pnblic In aua for ssld coun
ty, and hereby rertlllre that he holds ao eomtnta
toaae inch for anyolherronntywiihtn lha statu.
Gbobob C, McCkusa.
Following this it the recommendation
of citizens of Wichita, which reads:
The ondf rel-nrd. cllUent. of Sedgwick county,
recommend Oeorife C. McCrone aa a perron whose
lulefrlty and abllitv will nnallf him an
position of notary publlo. and certify tliat he le a
mmujuu re.iaem oi sua Sedgwick county.
This settles McCrone' legislative basb.
but he refuses to resign, unlike Collin, and
It will become necessary for the democratic
bouse to throw him out bodily. A dem
ocrat is sure to be elected in bit t ad.
THE UOTTOM LAND DKAINAGE
A Jury la Aeaees Ike BearHie la Land
Owners la Uereer t.'aaaty.
J be citizens named below, of Mercer
county, having been appointed by
ue proper authorities aa a Jury to
asses the amount each farm supposed to
be benefited by tbe tjgtem of drainage
now proposed in the landa in lower Rock
Island and in Mercer counties, are now at
They are J, F. Henderson, W. B
Frew. M. Miliar. J. J. Merrett, of Aledo,
D. M. nurd, E. M. Castle, of Buffalo
Prairie, and J. B. Noble, J. Rutbcford, J.
Muhlenburg, O. Mason. G. W. Mungei
ten, S. V. Pfcntias. Frank McHard. of
New Boston. These gentlemen have no
small job on their bands and are not ex
pecting to please everybody who ia Inter
ested, bat they will do their duty fearleu-
Tbe drainage system consist merely of
filling up the gaps to keep the river from
flowioij through and is estimated at f 7,i
000 $3,000 having been already expand
Tke ftevlval Sieetlaca.
Tbe Central Presbyterian church was
filled last night as on former evenings at
the Bliss meetings. The exercises were
Introduced by a service of song. Tbe
choir under the leadership of Mr. Clark
Is becoming more and more proficient.
and the music rendered by It Is indeed an
attractive feature of tbe meeting. Mr,
Clark sang a solo very beautifully, and
Mr. and Mr. Creel sung very sweetly.
"Papa Come this Way." It was a touch
ing selection and bad a visible effect on
many in the audience. Mr. Ill is has
been much taken with Mr. Creel'a tinging
and it ia reported would like to bays bim
accompany bim in his revival work. Mr.
Creel who ia the well-known conductor
on the C. B. & Q , has a rich baritone
voice and bis wife is also an accomplished
At tbe clonclutson of the song service
Mr. Bliss spoke on ' The Completeness
that is in Christ," saying we are complete
In htm (1) for life, (2) for ludgement,
(3) for sympathy and help in our infirmit
ies and time of need. These points were
forcibly illustrated and enforced, and at
tbe close several persons signified a detire
to accept Christ ami obtain that com
petent. In the after meeting many request
were made for prayers, while not a fow
signified their desire to become christians,
and some accepted the Saviour then and
there. The meeting will begin this eve
ning at 7:30 Introduced by a service of
The London Clothing company receiv
ed yesterday by express a mysterious box,
which on being opened cautiously, with
thoughts of tbe possibility of dynamite
from envioo would be competitors, was
found to contain a pair of band
some roosters accompanied by a
. card which asked tbe acceptance of It by
tbe London boys from a friend in Port
Byron, to the end that they might crow
for the success of the London. Tbe boys
were much surprised with tbe novel gift
aa well as pleased with the sentiment that
accompanied it. Mr. Leveen bas placed
the birds in the window where bis Christ
mas gift pony is displayed and where the
little roosters may be seen and beard.
The unique idea of the Port Byron en
thusiast ia more evidence of the friends
tbe London boys are making throughout
tbls entire section of the country and the
good will that is won by their system of
business and enterprise.
Advertise L,et si.
lif J!l Bn"e ' t the r-ottofllce at
SS. Hue ,,UBa county. Illinois.
Sbols Paul I
A Gerhard f
Tamer J H
Williams GO Box SOU
Kelly Mia Acnes
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Thonpeon B Klec C
HOWARD WlUa, V,
lie said: "My love. I am H..rw.r.i,W
aorry to disappoint you about tbe picnic
tomorrow, but my fine trotter bas a lame
foot." "Is that all! Then you may
ciunl on going, for we've got a bottle of
balvaUon Oil, that will cure aim at once."
SOME MORE SNAGS.
Senate Waters Seem To Be
Very Full of Them.
ROUGH LEGISLATIVE NAVIGATION.
ngall Looms Up Now a Bad Beef, and
the Difficulties Increase A Whole lot
of Harmony Badly Needed Pnmpeota
of the Financial and Kleetlon Bille
Tho Weary Rauea Inqulnltlon Soma
Parochial Brhool Htatletlea Official
Note from the Capital.
WahHISOtoh Citv, Dec. 19 The finan
cial measure reported from tha finance
committee of tbe senate as a result of
caucus actios Wednesday night, baa come
in conflict already with tbe election bllL
and tbe chances are greatly against the
paowKe of either of them before Jan. 1.
When the caucus adjourned Wednesday
niKht a motion had heeu agreed to by
uuxuimoiis vote authoriiciug AUlrich to
report to tbe senate a proposition to
cliango the rule so aa to establish the
previous question duriiiK the remainder of
this spsmiou of coogreaH.
A Mlaunderetandlue; Itovelop.
The undemanding of the western sen
ators, who am Interested In the passage of
the financial bill, was that tbe bill agreed
to in caucus would be reported to the sen
ate at the earliest possible day, and that
the election bill would be laid aside for it.
They understood also that the new rule
would not be reported before the financial
mean it re was disposed of, unless it be
came necessary to coerce the Democrats
with it Into passing the financial bill. The
eastern senators, who are not very favora
bly ilisiKjsetl toward the caucus bill, voted
for it with the understanding that its fate
would lie linked with that of the election
Mil, and that the new rule would be
lug-alls Proves a Stumbling Block.
In accordance with this idea Senator Al
drich called a meeting of the committee on
rules yesterday afternoon, but Ingalls de
clined to attend the meeting because be ia
among tne senators minosed to consider
ing a change of rules before the finaucial
measure is tukeu up. As the Democratic
senators would not attend the nteetiug,
there was no 0.110mm, and therefore the
mtvting could not be held. Ingalls will
not attend a meeting of the committee be
fore his departure for the west Sunday;
therefore the new rule- cannot be reported
front the committee before Jan. 1. Sena
tor Aldrich can introduce the new rule
without action of the committee, but he
has no assurance that the majority of tbe
senate will vote for it, and he has not de
termined therefore that it will be advisa
ble to do so.
Senator Huunil to Have a Holiday.
Even if heshould determine to bring in the
rule If would require the presence ofaquo
rum of Republican senators to pass it, and
enough Republican senators are going
home for Christmas to break up the Re
publican quorum. Next week will be de
voted to debate on one of the three propo
sitions considered In caucus the change
iu the rules, the financial bill or the elec
tion bill. It la generally conceded by Re
publican senators that no business will
be transacted next week of any impor
tance if the senate determines to remain
In session, as seems probable.
May Be tho Death of Both Bills.
Another danger threatens the financial
bill. It is a well understood fact that sen
ate caucuses are not binding on those who
attend tnem. One or two Republican
senators have already announced their do
termination to vote against the financial
bill, and it is probable that it will not re
ceive the full Republican vote in the
finance committee. A Republican senator
earn yesterday that the eastern senators
had accepted it only because there was
impending a union of Democratic senators
with a few Republicans to pass a free
coinage bill. If the Republican senators
split on the question .of bringing the new
rule before the financial measure is con
sidered, both the election bill and the
financial bill may fail of the required
numoer 01 votes 10 pass tnem.
THE RAUM INVESTIGATION.
Another Day's Work In Which Nothing
' Henaatlonal Comes Out.
Washington Citt, Dec 19. The Raum
investigation is dragging along before the
house special committee with little satis
faction in the testimony for Cooper. Yes
terday it was a monotony of testimony in
denial of the charge that refrigerator stock
bad been sold to clerks in the pension bu
reau, or that any of Lemon's clerks had
been employed through dubious methods.
The few who had positions In the bureau
had all passed the civil service examina
tion in regular order. Cooper again de
manded that Raum be required to produce
tbe books of the refrigerator company, and
Raum flatly refused to do so, and was sus
tained by tne chair.
The Completed Files A rain.
Cooper asked Gen. Raum to tell the com
mittee the condition of the completed flies
at the present time. Raum replied that
he would not like to give an opinion until
he could get some figures. Cooiier then
produced a letter from an attorney in Illi
nois inciosiuga number or slips of Den
sion cases, and stating that he had been
trying to get tbe status of the cases from,
me pension omce lor a period or two years;
also several congressional calls for the
status of cases in which the answers had
been delayed, and a case of his own iu
which the call was made on the Uth of
March last and which was answered yester
day morning, tie presented these cases to
Raum and asked him to inform the com
mittee the cause of tbe delay in each case
Raum said that Cooper's course was
prompted by malice, aud the committee
adjourned to Monday.
Wisconsin Parochial Schools.
Washington Cur, Dec. ia The census
office has in press a preliminary bulletin
on education prepared by James I!. Blod
gett, who was connected in a similar ca
pacity with the tenth census. The imper
fect results of the inquiry regarding pri
vate and parochial schools, 3iov. 1, in each
state, show a large attendance of pupils,
especially in Wisconsiu, where the figures
justify the claims made by religious bodies
maintaining parochial schools. Iu Wis
con -tin there has been reported 31,0(10 In
Roman Catholic schools, .',000 Lutheran,
more than lU.CKJO Evangelical aud less num
ber in other parochial schools.
Chang-ea la tho P. O. Department.
WAsniNOTON City, ; Dec. 1 The poet
master general yesterday appointed W.
J. Pollock chief of the free delivery -system:
George Stone, of the second assist
ant's office will succeed him as chief clerk.
These changes will jiot go into effect until
Feb. 1, when tbe resignation of Mr. Bates,
as chief of the free delivery system, has
Vnclo Sum's Money Policy.
Washington City, Dec. 19. Senator
Sherman's financial bill differs little from
the caucus bill agreed upon Wednesday,
tbe principal variation being a provision
for tbe issue of bonds at 9 per cent, inter
est. Tbe tenth section lays down our
money policy as follows: It is the contin
ued policy of the United States govern
ment to use both gold aud ailver as full
legal tender money under the ratio now
existing in the United States, or that may
hereafter be established in the United
States, acting in accord with other na
tions; and tbe United States is willing to
join with other commercial nations in a
conference to adopt a common ratio be
tween gold and silver, with a view of es
tablishing, internationally, tbe use of both
metals as full legal tender money, and se
curing fixity of relative value between
them. ' ;
"Where Paul aad I Differ."
Washington CiTr, Dec. 19. The su
preme court hud a hard time of it yester
day to keep a judicial countenance. The
case on band was the one involving the
validity of tbe criminal code of Texas, and
tbe attorney doing the talking waa a man
from "way back" W. S. Flippin. He ia
what may be called a lawyer in the rough.
During hia speech tbe Nagle decision was
cited by one of tbe Justices. Mr. Flippin
promptly replied: "Now, your honors, men
may differ about matters of law, and I
differ from the decision of your honors In
that case. I don't think that was good
law" . ..
Tho Days Work of Coaaroee.
Washtngtom Citt, Dec. 19. The senate
yesterday passed the following public
buildingv bills: Senate bill appropriating
$100,000 ora bcjl&ng at DapvUle, ju,;
house bills for buildings at South Bend,
Ind., 75,0tM, and Bloomiogton, Ills., (75,
000. Coke, Cullom, CockreU, and Bate dis
enssed the election bill
The house passed the bill to provide for
taking depositions in inter-state com
merce hearings. The shipping biQ was
debated at length, but went over without
The Amerleaa Monetary VJntoa.
WASHfSGTOS ClTT. Deo. 19. The recom
mendations of tbe Pan-American congress
lor tbe meeting of the International mone
tary commission, having been adopted by
an or tne American republics, the presi
dent of tha I'llifivl Stain, .nlhntv
of congress conferred upon him-in tbe last
diplomatic and consular appropriation
bill, has issued an invitation for tbe first
meeting 01 tbe American monetary Uniom
at Washington City on the first Wednes
day of January next.
Huston Favors Mora Money.
Washington Citt. Dec 19. United
States Treasurer Huston waa aaked yes
terday his opinion of the Republican
caucus plan for increasing the volume of
currency. He said that more money was
absolutely demanded by the people, and It
would be well for congress to recognize
the urgency of the situation, at once.
A Hitch In World's Fair Matter.
Washington City, Dec. lf. President
Harrison is not satisfied with the suffi
ciency of the financial guarantee of the
w onu s fair directors, and will defer issu
ing his proclamation announcing the fair
to the world until the finances necessary
tor its complete success are assured.
A Civil Funeral for Terry.
Washington City, Dec. 19. In defer
ence to the wishes of the family, the funeral
of Gen. Terry, who died in New Haven,
Conn., on Tuesday last, will not partake
of a military character, and no orders will
therefore be issued from the war depart
ment concerning it.
Another Class of Pensioners.
Washington City. Dec 19 Cullom in
troduced In the senate yesterday a bill to
nrovide for the navment of lahnrem mln
nurses, and all who worked in the commis
sary impairment oi tne government dur
me inu war, aim also to place mem on
the peusiou roll.
KEAN AND- CASHIER ARRESTED.
Tho Haukrupt Chicago Banker In tha
Grip of the Law.
Chicago, Dec 19. The private banking
firm of S. A. Kean & Co., of this city,
made an assignment yesterday. Pres
ident Kean and Cashier George ' B.
Warne were arrested yesterday afternoon,
charged with receiving deposits when they
knew the bank was in an insolvent condi
tion. Subsequently they were li berated on
lurnisbmg hail in the sum of 3,000 each.
The case will come up for hearing Dec, 27.
Statement of the Bltuaiioa.
A rough statement of the liabilities and
assets of the suspended bank shows: Lia
bilitiesDue depositors, $400,000; money
due on bonds, UO0,O0O; total. tl.3tS0.OUU.
Total assets, tooO.OOU It will probably be
a week or two before Assignee Jacobs will
be in a position to give an exact state
ment of the liabilities and asseta.
HANGED AT MIDNIGHT.
Ohio Puts Two Murderers Where. They
Will Murder No More.
Colcmbcs, O., Dec 19. Elmer Sharkey
ana Henry Popp were executed by hang
ing in the annex of tbe Ohio nenitantiarv
shortly after midnight today. Sharkey
was the first to go. He stepped on the
scaffold at $12:03. and fifteen minutes later
was pronounced dead. He made no con-
iession nor statement from the scaffold.
simply saying: "I will answer to God for
what I have done, and I fnrtrivw all "
Eight minutes after Sharkey was. pro
nounced dead his body had been removed
and the scaffold prepared for Popp, who
SteDDed OUt from tha death roll at. 13-OQ
In less than one minute his arms and legs
bad been pinioned, the black cap and rope
adjusted, and the lever pulled which
launched him into eternity. Hia neck waa
broken by the fall, and he died without a
The Crimea Thee RnffMMri
While Shaikev's mother au liHnu, In
bed, in January. 18a9, he beat her on the
head with a maul until she was dead.
Suspicion fixed upon Sharkey, who waa
uuut sg years oki at tne tune, ana though
no One Saw the deed thA rirrnniatantint av
idence was so strong that he confessed, la
ter retracting his confession. Every court
In the state that could pass on the sentence
was annealed to. hnt all rWiriiMl .Hvem.!?
His motive was fear that his mother would
aisinnent him if he married a young
woman to whom he was engaged.
Henry Popp killed a saloonkeeper at
Canton, C, by stabbing him to death be
cause he had been put out ot the saloon
while drunk. His guilt waa admitted, but
miuiu.ni.iuu was pieaaea m extenuation.
The empress of Germany has given birth
to a son.
The coast of Newfoundland is strewn
with wrecks, but no loss of life is reported.
Dr. Louis A. Jaminet, one of the best
known physicians of St. Louis, died Thurs
day, aged bi.
The corporate existence of the First Na
tional bank of Saginaw, Alien., bas been
extended to Dec iSJ, lfllO.
Owen Brothers, agents of the Atlantic
mills at froviaeuce, K. I., have assigned.
ane ua mil ties are estimated at fjOO.Ouo.
There are two feet of snow on the irronnd
in Pennsylvania, the result of Wednesday's
storm, numerous railways are snowed up,
The net income of the Thompson-Hous
ton tiectnc company for the period from
feoruaryto .December, 1890, was $10,000,
Capt. Norton, who left the United State!
some months ago to sail across the At
lantic in a small boat, has been signaled
on ui oral tar.
The voters of Minnesota at the late elec
tion ratified the constitutional amend
ment permitting five-sixths of a jury to
reuuer a verdict.
"Billy" Florence, the actor, is credited
with diplomatic aspirations. He is now
in Washington City, and is said to be a
great friend of Blaine.
McGheis& Co., wholesale grocers and
cotton dealers at Rome, Ga., have mad
an assignment, with liabilities of 8150,000,
ana assets about tne same. .
Five hundred persons wen made tem
porarily idle Thursday br the burnina- at
Haverhill, Alass., of Currier & Sous' shoe
manufactory. Loss, about soO.OOU.
Arthur Hoyt Day was hanged at Wel-
lanu, unt. In July last he pushed his
wife over the precipice at Niagara, her
body being found afterwards on the rocks
below. His sister was tbe principal wit
ness against mm. .
William MantelL of Chicago, stabbed
his wife seven times some time ago. A
umcago jury bas lust found him guilty of
"assault to do bodily injury," and Judgd
Kettele uiade tbe sentence six months in
the house of correction. -
The following national banks were
Thursday authorized to begin business:
Mew Alexico National bank, Socorro, N.
M., capital, KO.OOO; National Bank of
Commerce, Provo City, Utah, capital.
$50,000; Home National bank, Arkansas
City, Kan., capital 230,000.
An hour's preaching on tbe immortality
of the soul, the preacher being Rev. N. E.
Harman, decided a jury at Wichita, Kan.,
which bad been hung for sixty hours, to
bring in a verdict of grand larceny against
the prisoner. Tbe judge who adopted this
BAuounimary ntctiiuu ui getting m veruict
was uuuge uaiuerson. -
Mississippi Kegrae Faying- I'oll Tax.Q
Jackson, Miss., Dec 19. Two. hundred
negroes that have not heretofore paid
their poll taxes have come to the sheriff's
onice since tbe collection of taxes com
menced, and settled up. It is estimated
that this number will be more thau
doubled in this county alone. Reports
from other nortiona of the atntj. am t k
same effect. The reason for this increase
is that tne new constitution requires the
production 01 the poll-tax receipt as a
requisite to voter"
Slg-nor Socel Getting There. :
New York. Dec. 19. Siirnor Snivi
he neara the end of his forty five days' last.
seems to be losing nervous energy in far
greater proportion than weight. Hia
Dulse anw feverish last nluht kU
the finish of bis forty third day of abstin
ence from solid food. His stomach was
out of order, too. He lost a quarter of a
tumid vraterrlatr Xiil I1 - WMkllth S -
W J w um UMva J WsTsaSte
remained about what it was at the start.
xas ends at B.U gatnjrday nlot.
THE j ROCH ISLAND
The R lilway Supplies Him with
i Thirteen Victims.
HE FU3T8 THREE D001G2) TRAINS.
The ratoi Bolt To Bo Increased by tha
Deeps ately Wounded At Trestle aad
Brldgi the Craalt Coatee aad the la
JoreH i Ire Nasi be red by tho Score Ltata
of tha rnfortnnatos Whoso Harts Are
Serloa t A Woman Tors to riecea, -
Q0KMC Dec. 19.-The Halifax express
on tha t) tercolonial railway was wrecked
near St. Joseph about noon yesterday and
nve per ms were killed. The train, while
running sb 4 high rata of speed, was de
railed at d tha second-class passenger car
was hurled against tbe abutment of a
bridge, t mashing the coach and burying
tbe passengers in tbe ruins. The other can
rolled i own tha embankment. Many ot
those on board were mora or less Injured
and the following were killed: John
Droune, M. Gauvta, Aug. Blals, Frone Le
clalre, ai id L. Winner, news agent. It ia
believed that at least three more bodies
will be ( Hind wben the wreckage is cleared
1 he Most Severely Injured.
AmoiLr those Injured the following are
tbe matt serious cases: Mrs. and Mis
Fuller, dalifax, sever Internal injuries;
Mr. Fuller, fatally hurt; Tbomaa Foley,
Halifax, large hole In hia bead and badly
bruised about the body: Michael Lebet.
aged 78, years, ot Kanouraska, fatally in
jured; ltrakeman Beanlieu, fatally hurt;
Evariste Coyett, of St. Claire, seriously in
jured ajout the body and internally;
Mrs. ti. Gagnau, of Levis, right
leg bad. y crushed and internal injuries;
Dionne, mervbaut from St, Dennis, contu
sion abo: it the head and body and inter
nal injui les; Simpson, Montreal, lying
unconscl ous at the hospital : Mrs. Beau-
chira. of St. Perpetue, injured internally,
leg oroien ana face horribly mangled;
Albe Mi rneault, of Sandy Bay. ribs brok
en and internal injuries, will die. Besides
tbe abovs there were twenty other persons
more or ess nurt.
HURRIED FOUR TO DEATH.
An Exvxeea Train on an Ohio Railway
whs Tfcronga a Treat Is.
CLETK LAKD. O.. Dec 10 A fearful rail
road ao-ident occurred reaterdav after.
noon at 'Dolivar, O., a small town on tbe
w fteelin j and Lake Erie railroad, about
fifty ml les southwest of this rirv Tha
express train going south waa running
aoout ta-enty miles an hour when it
struck a trestle that had been weakened
by then cent rains. As the engine paeeed
upon tht structure the timbers gave way,
precipitating the locomotive, baggage car,
amoker. and dav coach into tha rrwk
The fall was only about four feet, but the
wrecx w is complete. Tbe train was not
heavily loaded with passengers,' else tne
list of dtaths would have been appalling.
Foa r Doad and Eight 'Wounded.
As it as, four persons lost tbeir lives,
two otbt rs were fatally injured, and eight
badly hi rt. The list of killed is as fol
lows: s rs. Ada Hall, Sherrodsville, O.;
Henrv fi ill and Mia. r-u-,A TTII1 K.K
Shelby ciunty, Illinois, and an unknown
woman. The wounded are: Leonard
Whitms a, Marietta, O.; Mrs. Louisa, Pep
per, Stark county, Ohio, cannot recover;
Ira Co wen, engineer, Norwalk; William
Gratxeniler, Ada, O.; Charlea A. Con-
Tflil M luuiUInn CI Mrawnav ,l....l..
tul; William HaU, Sherrodsville, O.;
n 1111am uranam, isorwaiK; Ianula,
conuueo r, orwaiK.
Ft tal Collision la Kentucky.
Bowuto GREEN, Ky., Dec. 19 A fear
ful freig lit collision occurred here yester
day, in which three men were killed. A
special and regular freight crashed into
each other through a misunderstanding at
orders. The special was going at such a
rapid ra' e that it and the engine with
which it collided dashed a mile up the
track hifore they stopped. Every tele
graph pi ile for that distance was leveled to
the grod nd, aud four box oars loaded with
freight ;ere dashed to atoms. Juhn West.
a fireman, was instantly killed, and Will
Colemat , engineer, was so badly crushed
that bet ied. Nat Potter, brake man, was
aiso kxu xi.
HOF.R1BLE FATE OF A WOMAN.
Her Boijr Dismembered and Portions
Found oa the Track.
New Fokk, Dec. 19. The engineer of
tbe rapid transit train bound east and due
at Sailor 's Snug Harbor. Staten island, at
11:17 Wednesday night, was startled just
as the train struck the trestle work be
tween Li viugstone and Snug Harbor to see
flash 00 1 in the glare ot the head
light wh at he took to be a red danger sig
nal moving in short, quick jerks. He
stopped his train and investigated. Ha
was nomr-stneken to find not a danger
signal, but a human leg wrapped in a part
01 a rea lannei petticoat. -
A aother Onaatlv Sleeoverv.
The lei 1 was cut off close to the thhrh.
Coroner Wood, of Port Richmond, was no
tified, at d had the leg taken to the New
Brighton police station. It was evident
that a woman had been struck bv a train.
her leg t ut off, and tbe body thrown into
the river by the motion of the train. Cor
oner Wood called a jury and viewed the
dismeml ered limb. Search was begun for
the other portions ot tbe body, but all that
could be found was the entrails.
Filled a Lamp on the Stove Hearth.
Batatia, N. Y., Dec. 19. Mrs. Fedora
Dimbler, a widow aged 81, living alone,
met a horrible death Wednesday night.
She was filling a lamp on the stove hearth,
when tht oil, which ran over, immediate
ly ignite 1. The blaze communicated to
her cloth ing and in an instant she waa en
veloped in flame. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey,
neighbois who cam to her assistance.
were severely burned. Mrs. Dimbler waa
ao ternb! y burned that she died.
Overcome by Baaoke.
New VortK, Dec 19. The sash and
blind fac Dty of McElwee & Co., on West
Thirty flith street, was damaged by fire
Wednesday night to tbe extent ot 15,000,
and the Bethany Congregational church
adjoining the factory sustained tl.500 dam
ages. Ti e smoke from the factory pene
trated to i adjacent tenements, and Mrs.
Baumamt and her 3 months old child, liv
ing in t. house opposite, were overcome
and take 1 to the hospital unconscious. A
fireman f ill from a Udder and was serious
B mrn Cnlveralty's Annual.
PBOVU EXCE. R. L. Dec 19. The annual
catalogue of Brown university contains
tne lac si mile of the original charter of tbe
college aid the portrait ot Professor Hark
ness. Tl e number of nrofoaanra and in.
structors shows an increase of twelve over
last year, and tne course ot instruction in
the vario is departments ia more extended.
The stud rats number 853, an increase of
sixty -aevon over lasfyear.
ES ects of the Storm In Maine.
Portland, Me., Dec 19. The storm has
covered t lie trees and wires with ice, doing
aousiders ble damage. The wire are down
all over t he city and a large force ot men
Is at wor e putting them up. ; A team of
six horse attached to a street railroad
plow ran afoul of a live electric wire and
three hotss were killed. Down the harbor
tbe vesae s bad a hard time of it during
Abd acted a Farmer's Banahter.
VtKOIS IA, Ills.. Dec 19. Henrv H.n.
Joseph I unbar, Daniel Lucas, and James
irawfon , Jr., young men of this place.
nrresteu, cnargea With abduct
ingtisii r-nee, tne lT-yenr-old daughter
01 AUaiu Frice, a promiuent farmer of this
county. " IVarrauls are out for John Bing
ham, Ur wit Lucas, and Charles Turner,
who are also implicated, but they have
ieu to av iiu arrest.
The J-ymph Patients Doing Well.
New Ti RK, Dec. 19. At all the hospit
als where patients have been inoculated
with Dr. ' iixii's tuberculosis lymph they
were said yesterday to be doing welL Iu
most of ti ie cases the injections have acted
m the ut ure of a tonic
I.ta klm Haw Snra-il a 11 1 1.
COLUMI tm. Ga., Dec. 19. Mrs. William
Copeiand left her three children locked in
tha hous While she went out. A Bra oo
u.i t her 7-yar-o.i son was burr-c 1
THEY'LL DO TIME.
Two Bad Citizens Captured by
THE KEV WHO SOESED ALLEBTQ5.
They Take Alarm at tha Apnea ranee of
Doteetrvea and Bio Away at Top Speed
A Well-Aimed Shot Brtag Ona Daws
and Both Are Locked Up TVo reps
lace Tries It. Rand at a Bean, nut
Lacks Mervo. .
Chicago, Dec 19. Two men w ho are sus
pected of complicity in the daring robbery
that was committed at Allerton's stock
yards packing house a few weeks ago were
captured by Central station detectives last
night after an exciting chase. One had to
be shot before he would surrender, white
the other was brought into such close con
tact with tbe muzzle of a six-shooter that
he threw up his hands and surrendered.
Shortly after 6 o'clock Detective McKeogh
and a companion walked into Delaney's
aeloon at &S West Van Bureu street and
scanned tbe faces of the men who were
standing at the bar and seated around tbe
tables.' Their attention was finally fixed
upon two athletic- young fellows whoa
faces were hidden behind newspaper.
The Bobbers Take iUgbt,
The officers stepped toward the stran
gers, but before they could reach them tb
latter sprang from tbeir chairs and ran
out of tbe back door into a vacant lot. Mc
Keogh and bis partner were close at tha
heels of the fugit ive. Halt way across tha
lot, iu the direction of Tilden avenue, one
ot the fellows stumbled, and McKeogh's
partner juuied on him like a flash. The
two men fought like demons fur a moment,
one to gain his liberty and the other to re
tain his prisoner, but the detective brought
tbe encounter to an end by pressing his
revolver against tbe stranger's head and
ordering him to throw np hia hands.
A Seem Chaae aad a Good Shot.
In the meantime the other stranger and
McKeogh were streaking it across the
lot as fast as they could run. McKeogh
repeatedly ordered the man to stop, and
wheu be saw tbat he was being clearly
outfooted and that every jump was put
ting mom and more daylight between
himsulf and the fugitive ha drew his re
volver and fired. The first bullet went
crashing through the fugitive's groin and
sent him tumbling headlong into a heap
OI rubbish, but before KcKeogh could
reach him be was on his feet again and
making another plucky dash for liberty.
Disabled, however, by tha detective's bul
let, his speed materially Blackened aad
McKeogh aoon had him in custody.
' The Pepalaeo Aronend.
The explosion ot tbe revolver reverber
ated up and down Tilden avenue with
startling clearness, and In an a nazingly
short time tbe denizens ot that queer and
dirty thoroughfare were thronging about
officers and prisoners, demanding tha re
lease of the latter. McKeogh's man was
bleeding profusely from tbe bullet wound,
and was in immediate need of medical as
sistance. The officer dragged him through
the menacing crowd, forcing everybody to
stand aside by threatening to shoot, and
got him safely into a livery stable oa Ab
erdeen street. A telephone message was
sent out for a patrol wagon, bnt before U
arrived the crowd had become demon
strative. Stood 'Em OffwHh His Ona.
Sparred on by thieves who had wit
nessed the capture of the pair, a doaen
men advanced on the officers and do
manded the release of the prisoners. Mc
Keogh coolly told them to keep hack and
said be would kill tbe first man who raised
a band. The threat bad the effect of
keeping tbe fellows at bay until a carriage
drove up to the stable. Into this the unin.
jnrea captive was bundled, and he waa
hurried away to tbe Central station, leav
McKeogh alone with the wounded man.
As the moments sped by and no patrol
wagon appeared tbe crowd became more
and more threatening.
A Knsh That railed.
Once it broke tor the officer, aa if to sur
round mm, nut ne nrst movement was
anticipated by trT6 sharp crack the detect
ive's revolver. When tbe smoke cleared
away the rescuer were out on tha si da-
walk, wbere they had retreatad for safe
ty. Uefora they could form for a
other advance the patrol wagon came. Tbe
wounded man waa lifted into it and hur
ried to the county hospital, where he was
left in charge of a uniformed Doliceman.
The name of one ot the men ia Warlington,
that of the other is unkuown. They are be
lieved to be tbe men who ao boldly robbed
Allerton's cashier, a foil account ot which
occurrence was given iu these dispatchi
MAY RESULT IN A FIGHT.
Tha Troopa Pursuing Bitting Bull's Band
to tha Bud Land. .
Pcebre, & D., Dec 19. An Indian scout
arrived at Fort Bennett Wednesday night.
bringing word tbat Sitting Bull's follow
ers, who escaped when their chief waa
killed, bad camped tha night before at the
month of Thunder Creek, on tha Morcau
river, being on tbeir way to the Bad Land.
CoL Alernam's command ot the Seventh
regiment has left Fort Sully to intercept
tne nostues at wuerry ureek. lord on tb
Aa Attack Probable.
Should Sitting Bull's followers combine
with Big Foot's and Low Dog's braves, aa
they no doubt will, they will greatly out
number tbe troopa, and it ia thought may
make an attack on them in revenge for
Carr Close in Their Boar.
Pike Ridge, Dec 19. A fight seems im
minent. Tbe hostiles are in tbe Bad Lands
about sixty miles to the northwest. There
are not more than 600 fighting men. Gen.
Carr is close in their rear and their case is
hopeless. Red Cloud made speech to tha
Indians yesterday in which he said tbat if
those Indians who were out would not
come in, and the soldiers were forced to
kill them, he should feel sorry, but the
puuiaunieut wou a os just.
HOPE FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
Alleged Discovery of n Cure far the Dead
Milwaukee, Wis., Dec 19. Special ca
bles to Der Herold here have made fre
quent mention lately of a Dr. Rieger, who
is at present in high favor with Emperor
William. In a recent cablegram Rieger ia
again mentioned as Having cured all tha
children of Baron von Falkenhausen, who
were down with black diphtheria. Rieger
nas a cure lor diphtheria which ia bro
nounced to be all but a specific. ' Tbe dis
covery has been made tbat a number of
south side physicians have the drug, and
have us ed it with astonishing success dur
ing the diphtheria epidemic now in pro
The Supply of the Drug Limited.
Tbe medicine waa brought over by s
druggist who just returned from Euro
pean trip. Ihe druggists and tbe physi
cians object to having their names men
tioned. claiming that, tha annnle- nf K.
drugs limited and a publication of their
names would cause them to be overrun
with people anxious to obtain it. Tha
medicine is a peculiar preparation of pa
payotin and the method ot application la
a secret. Dr. Rieger la a native of Glogan
iu tne province oi buesta.
Dinner to Judge Tharmaa. .
COLUMBUS, O., Dec 19. The membera
the Columbus club gave a complimentary
a inner to Allen ti. Xbnrman and wit at
the club rooms on Broad atraet WadMl.
With the exeeDtion fit ax-Govarnnr kWu
all the invited gnests Were residents of this
city. Col. E. L. Taylor was toastmaster,
ana speecnes were made by Judge Thur
man, Governor Campbell, aud others. The
an air was purely local in character.
Idaho hooeee Senators.
LtotebClTT, Idaho, Dec 19. In tbe legis
lative joint session yesterday Governor
George L. Shonpe, W. J. McConnelL sad
Fred T. Dubois were elected United States
senators, according to an agreement en
tered into Wednesday night. Sboope's
term will end March 4, 1891, and McCon-
neii s jnarcn , jtnrj. uubots gets tha full
term tux years, from March next.
Donogbuo Wins Another Baee.
AauTfctiDAM, Dec W. Yesterday was
tne second day of tbe international cham
piouihip akating contest. The event, a
v-w in mree iniu lor toa amateor ot--
I -p of 1 or - v i
DECE HUE K
THE CASTLECOMER OUTRAGE.
That ITewr Staty Leaed At Ballon i-s
Loxvox, Dec 19. Advices from Dublin
stabs that the) asti-ParneUita leaders art
deeply depress til over the Cantleeotner in
cident, and km confident ot the electkm of
Henneasy. It Is said that tha Pamrllitea
are preparing a request to the hierarchy to
forbid tbe priests taking part in demon
strations of a political character during
tha remaining few days ot the Kilkenny
campaign. The assertion tbat only flout
waa thrown on tbe Parnell speakers ia
Castlecomer is received with ridicule, it
being evident that flour could not hava
produced I he effect tbat tbe articles thrown
did npon ParneH'a eyes.
A Belter Vse for Spare llonr.
Balfour is said to have remarked, oo
hearing the flour story, that tho place for
any spar flour was in tbe stricken dis
trict he waa doing his best to relieve.
Upon hearing of tb Caatlreonier inci
dent, John Morley at once started for
conference with Gladstone at nawardem.
It is said tbat ha has gnoe to urge npon
Gladstone the shelving of home rule for
the present, and the taking np of some re
form that will rally tha British Liberals,
now disgubted with everything Irish.
Parnell Took the Bisk.
KrLtEKST, Dec 19. Parnell waa urged
by his physician to remain iu-doors' yes
terday and avoid excitement aud expos
ure. He waa warned that there was dan
ger of Inflammation of the right eye. Is
which caas tha sight of that eye would
probahly be destroyed. Notwithstandiaa
these warnings Parnell determined
to go to Goresbridge and help
hia followers present his case to tbe
people there, lie was accompanied - by
Redmund, Scully, O'Kelly and Nolan, and
made a brief speech. Tbey then went oa
to Cowran, where Parnell amke briefly
and waa well received.
Davitt baa issued a manifesto entitled
"Facts for Voters.'' It con tains many bit
ter attacks npon Parnell and hia followers.
Parnell will iasne a counter manifesto.
Tbe Healyites held a large and enthusi
astic meeting at Urlingtord.
Glavdeteo Paellas; Dtaeamraced.
IiOKDOs, Dee. 19. A private gentleman
who recently visited Ha warden states that
it is very doubtful whether Gladstone will
resume his neat in tbe bouse of cntntuntm.
He la now stifles-rag from the reaction fol
lowing the strain of the cootruven.y re
garding I'arneU's leadership, aud be is
getting less hopeful about tbe ultimate
success of home rale.
Panda for the McCarthy Paper.
Lokdox, Dee. ia Funds are coming in
at a very gratifying rate toward tbe anm
of A' 90.000 which it is proposed to raise fur
tbe purpoae of pnttta t be newspaper or
gan of the McCarthyltes on a durable
foundation. Tbe priests of Inland are
furnishing valuable aid in this work by
urging their parishioners to eon tri bate.
Mr. William Copeiand. .. . inmbos,
Ga., leit her three children lo- k-l iu the
house while she went out. A l!v n-urred,
and her 7-year old son a tmrnt-d to
I'Blriim tier. I
Bevd of trade quotatfcma to-day ware ex f4
owe: Wheat-ku. S lawmber. owae4 vlt
jhad Sic; January, ousued okml fc-jc;
May, opened tl !. red 1 ill Own -Ka
I ianember. opened and rlii.rl January,
jpvaed ti-, clr.ua U-: Mar. unenadMVen.
diaed Knc Uats lu. S Decern lT. m-ened
lltac, cluQMil Slic: January, opened 42tv. i Im il
SO-; May. opened iiV. rknad ..- pi-
December, opened aud ctueed : Janu
ary, opened Suut, r li ill tluu;i. May,
speued SI1.1T. rad all KT-, Lard -ia
jember. opened j.aB, ckanrd h e
Live Stock-The Talon Stx Yarbi report
the toUtiwtn priree: Hosr.-Market opened
rather alow aad weak: ptinea &e lower, licut
(raoea. eiilsS; roiu-b parkin. K 3 1 t it;
ui'sed. (.mrn ; heart parking and autj.uur
luta. FUia.56; pure. ajoiSaV
Cattle Mtecr. ft K rows tl iKrkm and
rwedere. fj! ii.'l lie. Tram rattle. fliiMll;
Mlvea. iX'Kajui: tlirwtma. Iwra. i;j.ne,
Bheejt ChrMtuaa, ti" lea. Is, t Suit
Pruducw Butler Fanev erparat.-. dkJXa
per lb; dairies, finest rreah, XlcuSir; palh
stoek. lU4.1)c fcKK-Frah anniUed, les off.
Se3ttc V dus ; tra-buttse u k. luilSc
lirvmed poulny-Bens, at- y : epnns
chli-kena. fanry, Sr; runatore, Sr: durka, sj luti;
turkeys. fiUaC ; a-eeae, eSu. efutatnrev White
rose, SUrS a) be ; red ruee, TUrStrjr; Heln-ua.s
; Peerleaa, naie; Burbanka. SsaKfc; pour
stuck, (UitSUc. tares potatoes lUinoie,
Apploe-Ouokina-. S-ttf4 V brl; among. i;
MhJilgaB choioa tA-Zk; fancy varieties, Saj
Krw York. De-. Is.
Wheat So. S red winter eau, fl.lHAe
ftl.OT; do Ueeember, tl du January.
1.M: do May. HiC lorn-X, s miaed
cash, suaWae; do DoneniW. Kir; do Jan
nary, el lee. Oats IhiU but st-mir: No. 1
mixed cash. S"&':; d January. ar: do
stay. iec. i:ye-Aouunal. Uarley-Nominal.
Purk Dull; 'tmw tnem. flSm.tlriJ. Lard
Quiet: January, to. IS; May, se a!.
Live Htoc-k: Cattle Limited trauiuiT. pnnr
eat to best natir ateers. M t iti. ) I o I;
bheep and Lanihe luu-ket aiuw. I .til in-iom
Brm: sheep, fl utVSii y liet s: Uuuba, fir
rs.. Mugs jiiimmally dull: bre num. s-LSU
2t3.uj V l-u a
BOCK BUI D
Hay TpUnd prairie. fA.onrjs.5
One l Hon Ile.
Oord Woostaan.O MOO.
JOTICI TO CONTRACTORS.
Bealed proposals will he received at the I'fty
vuiw, nwi J ,DQ, til., noill womiaT,
January oto, 18HI at t r. n. for eon-t'actlna. toe
uu)nnTviiKBi wruereu or an iTainance OI v. it
city, which was adopted May It, IDUU. and ie en
UUeO au ordti.anre for tne improvement ot
Fourth avenae from Twentieth street to Twentr
third street and Twenty-third street from roan'l
avenne to FirtS avenna and Vlftn - - - f .
Twenty-third street to s point aboat Ivor hundred
ieet east oi l niny-elfni atreet. tbeace aorta
anoui one nonarea and sixty fret throuph the na
dentrade croseuif of the C.LI at V. and the I
u a u MtiA- . .k . .
. . . . w., .in. uu. uv ,m ruie or
Mollne avenue Ie the eeutrr of tbe iotrraecikoa of
. wi.,-..a ui .inrniNHfui, Mniine ave
the WOTkaceordmc tothe Plan nd pmdration.
nwipim. a M eaiu mpnnvann Ofuerea Dy ealu
ca valine, (radbii unptoTiac and navinc with nav.
rick of food qoality twenty erven blocks of
a U .1.1 . A . J ti
TK. Mlri ImnMWMMM. h -.. a 1 j
the malarial therefor furnuhed maet be m accord
ance wna iat pians sno epectiicaiton lor eald
provenient oa tie in the aaidCiy Clerk 'a nlBre
wkw. Hm ..L ..I 1 L-i
h.m. wun . p. tl IIU R.IBLaiMai, K1
open to the lnapechoa of jUl pereuns Inlereeted
Cootractort are to f arauh mnrnlea of hrirk with
whkh work ia to be dune. Bnck need In the work
UlU.teorre.Dond with aaainUai laaualltvaSvL-
All bid meat be aeeoropealed with a certiaee!
wuiamiuai are aeaureu uoiiawm, pay.nie
to the order of the treasurer of mid city, wf ch
shall become forefal led lo said city la case the
bidder shall fail lo eater into eontraet, with an-
proved autetUe.toexecaU the work for the price
meauoued In he bid. and acoordlt:; to the plan
sad apecincatlona. la the event that the contract
anouiu no aeraraea to nisi.
HI nk hldaarill h.l.n.t.L-1 M ..
the City Cerk oeVe. Ail mddrre and other ner
aooenay aueodattheopetuuiof aa.d bids. Tee
ngni u reject any ana an oius or propomls
eeived It hereby expremly tees reed.
. , . Rpssnv SoaaLsa. Oft j Clark,
Hoak Island, lUUeceaiberlLIStO. ,.
A. prominent pbysicisn and old arm
surgeon la eastern Iowa was railed a was
from hone for s few days. Duriog hi
auecuca one oi um cnuaren coBtrscted
serere old. snd his wife bought s bottle
of Chimb rleln's Cough Bemed for it
They were so much pleased with the
remedy that tbey afterwards used ae.
ersl bottles at various titnes. He said
from experience with It, he regarded it as
the most reliable preparation, in nss for
colds, sad that it came the nearest of be
wg speoiBti or any tneaiciDe qfihsd
ever seen. for seje DJ Harts dt ttahtt
The man who tells yon confide
usiiy just what will cure your cold
prescxiblni Kamn 'a Balaam this vear
the preparation of this remarkable raedW
vine tor cougna ana coia no expense
spared to combine only the beat si
purest Ingredients. llold a bnttU
Kemp's Balsam to the light snd look
through it; notice bright clear look;
tMacomrjsn vnu outer renMcUet. Prioa
ouc and f L ,
In the pur nit of the goon things
hlS World We aattelta Iran mruh.
st out tbe heart and iwectness of world
ly pleasure by OeUguUul forethought
thamu Tha reamlta nhtainad frrawi tka i
of Dr. Jones' Bed Clover Tonic far exceed
ui cjauns. xt cures dyspepsia, and
stomach, liver, kidney and
's. It ia a rct-toriic,
' ' 7, a - r a i.r ,
i v - f
.... 1 11 1
. . Children's Salt from fl op to $2.
B ijrV Salts from $3 up to 110.
Mens' Suits from 13 np to 125
WE HAVE THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
CLOTHING EST TTTTn WORLD!
Convince Yourself 1j calling on
Robt. Krause the Pioneer Clothier.
115 end 117 West Second Street, DAVtNPOHT. li
( Pocket Cutlery. )
we have i Table Cuilerv. V
M-njr useful articles for the
Fall line of mechanics' tools
214 BRADY ST.
Has Jam openes as at the shave addreas
s fail line f
SolU smde m vow saeaeare. fts re mnt
lanu mads te rear aareue, St 0 aad en.
Fit and Style Coaranteed,
CaTDon't forget the sddress:
214 Brady St Davenport.
ki c:li:e savcqs baii
(Cnarted ay the Legatatate ef IlllnenM
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Onaa eaUy traai A- H. ta t P. H .. aad en Tsa
ear aad asaardaf Bveniaa frem f te
lotsrest anosred oa DeapoeJta at the raU
o1 4 per Cest. per aVsnuaa.
Deposits received ia amounu of
$1 and Upwards.
Taa prrraU properlj of the Treat... hi seenem.
ff Wbjra. Theedaoers are Brvaie
ted frees aorrovrliai aar nf Iu aaimrj.. Miaor.
sad smrrled uwaaen aeutecsad by s.ctal Ue.
raaiaamB, Tie lWdeat; C. W. aUaasnar.
raowm-, W Wheeler, ortar nsmr,
C. r. amannf, f. SUaa I -11 ti n Bdararaa!
.nn . w i aa aa ia a
and Sta.'ukaralfcKU S-
er Wilis lar m ta
v m euaae f
ji iiii i
...on i i
Your atttentton to Ui- Immense
m W S
Snow Shovels for Sn nxxr
Shovels for Coal.
Shovels for Politicians.
horise that are suitable for Xmts
and builders' Lard -rare.
There Will Be
eTrnV tmnA m mAA aw -
SOU fourth Ateatvs.
tZAi.T. tf PrJ. key JoIW. .onh er te.bt,
"tort Tol aMla ,L'T,.b!;lUriM rv-J I. vitals
cTt taaVt U t, T dcaiars sreanh U yoodt J pf
H. SIEMON & SON,
' DXALXas Uf-
FIJEPS, NiUXS, &C.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work
1508 8ECOND AVE, BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
TO The Front Always.
The isvoetezUBmve line of Holiday Goods maprlaiaf
-Aad lutusnvatW aoTeliks la
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
( Pealhcr Daatars, 1 ,
i Carpet Bereepeva, V l
Carpet BtiWamrV -
1823 Second uvenui.
no Pony Show
The roseer Jtc!er of Rocfc UUsJ.
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