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_ HE PPLE'S
ol. 4 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY MAY 17, 1894. -
DR lilic-11T Ll an IY,
Physician and Surgeon,
O)fllej .t It. IoY4ido-I.%' .\ltiIn Street.
MIrch 8, 1891
11. 0. Blowl.N. L. E. UnIIIlnss
1 OWEN & CIIIIltE8,
Attor neys at Law
Pickents lS. C,
Oct. 5, 1893.
It. 1. W. NOlWOOD, 1)o3ntist. Dr.
. W. Mt. Niawoon, Assistant. Oice,
88! Main Street, Greenville, S. U.
Jan. 9, '92 y
D 11. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Grt -n -
ville, S. C. Ollice over Adlhso &
McGee's )rug Store.
J. S. Co-rnnAN,
O. G. 'V.1Y,1,S, Greelville, Sj C.
1\l. F. Assiu,J
T. P. CortuAN,
U. L. 1iotIN,'issvOieru, Piekens, S. C.
H[ave assocated thmselves together f,
the prae-tite of law in its various brith ,
and will give enreful attehntioln to all bi'ir
ness udertaken by themn.
Loans and discoilits Iegotiated.
i\lay 1, 1894.
The Exchange Hotel,
GIIEENV1ILLE, S. C.
C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor.
Monern Improvements Large Roonis.
Special attention to Comiiercial Travel an
Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed.
Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 912
1,. C. TilORNLEiY..
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
Livery, reed, Sale I EAango Stables,
Easley and.Pickens, S. C..
(Opposite I Hol.)
Carriages, Bugties. and Saddle Ilorses, at
)i Your pattronatue solicited.
A I i, C LAlIt K. .EO. E. COOPER.
Clark & Cooper,
Marble and Granite Monuments,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTIELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
S. C. Sept. 19, '01.
If yol Want the linest PICTURES made
in the State, go to
1 C Mcee Aveune GrviceVille, S. C
&i;r Crayon Portraits a specialt y
lilavin an)" I) experi-nee( of lifteen yealris
ill (Ireniting all dli ,lisu ss of enttle, azuno
IaIving 111111 te disese of Mian , i.
all of its forwis, a speialt , I offer iny
sivrvices ) to Ithe 1111bli. Will tlvati ent '
siffering with linoy or ditniry disenl-em.
Feb. 1 -1y Pkikis, -. C.
Furn-1i.,hed onI 15 da:\. IevA. Trial1 who,
hie priwr on ract is ,i;:neid.
If you watalln :1 o. an of 1 ennt.at ioi
Uy ithe Carpenter Organ.
W. J. B. STILES.
M chies, DlamaDo1s & Jewel[y,
GlHlmNVILLE, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIAL.TY.
it ow avefor ins4peti-, the ('st4
copltelieof MILLINERY. DRESS
O00DS, NOTIONS AND LATEST NOVELTIES
of the Se'asoui, selecte'il inl pesonu ini theC
-15 Coffee SI reet,
I 'nter thle Opera Ilose
(ireenille', S. C., Mauy 3, 18911.
]fas just opened aill lait(s 'IylIos of
A0t the lowest. possM~iblo priois.
Min Stroot, (iroonviillt, S. C.
A pril 19, 1894.
GU M-E LASTIC
oneca tpt it, onl.
G0.T1 -Efas'i'n P'AINTl cost onliy 60
cents per. gal. in bbl). lots,,or $4-.50
for 5 .gal. tubs. Color darlik red.
Will et op leaks inI tiln or' ir~on r0oof,
and( will last for yena. Tny~ rr.
bend stamps1) 'or satmles., anid full
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO.,
30 & 41 Went Broadway. NEW YORK.
Lo0CA I A algN's WA Ti>.j
Feb. 8 1894.--iim.
Uuse irowvn's I ron flitters.
P'hysiclinna re, Oiiei It.
1all alr kee . $I( eottle. Genuitne
DRY OODS ID S11010)
16 PENDLETON STRfET.
NW e lave. |vee a Wti in \'; ( ; [id '
to I)u for t- lIU 1st L wO g \Vv
11ow Wishi to say s0eel)n , IlolN
savers inl \\ool (;'ods. .nv II
celn &l , ak i- clhap, butacts ar'
Whnat we iIN wat heeIay. Ieete
ix pieces 50 Inich All \\'Ool IDres
(UOods, Stininer1 \\'ilht, wo-th 300
cenIts, Offercd you at 3311 cents.
, 'ive iee 1; inch All WoI l (.ilk
fliih lilnr-tta, 75 , for 50 cents.
A IIcu Selection of, Even ing Slades inl
this lot. I
Ten Pieces '; inch Suiting, worth
3, at, 20 cents.
Don't forget our All Wool 46 inch
Black I enriet ta at, 50 cents, the cheap.
est things inl town.
By all means soo onel' Black Goods
before making your. purchases.
A *WORD ABoUT SILKS.
We have a full line of Dress Silks.
Swivel Silks for Dresses and W'aists,
Wash Silks f'or Waist, .\loires.
Full line of Mitts, Gloves, Elibow
Length:s in Aitt, evenin.g shadle- for
Paratls anil Uibrellal at all pri cs.
This ii 1ne of'i r1n; I pace
will not. allo\\ W; t) i7J puigs, CO'Me
Alnother.lot New Yol k Ells1 Uleach
ing an1d Night own Twills in shirt,
lIgths at 7 :l -, cenrts, voith 12
1k o-tU )lil' store' \Will COMnvinCe
you tiat we sv'e y-, mony. Schd
facts tivpy at ve you satif ac
tinl wil .'lly :114, 1irti' t
1110110*w <- n et g r i g- 1
l)oun'flget wYe !ep Slh, \1en's
Ladies' andl Ch1i.dAlenI Shoe . The
cheapest sl4ippers ill towvn.
Alay 10th, 18 91.
*UIIsesm uas s atm aa mume ma sas alas along
ot, of eil plonc111 :, or m11
-a positioni that1 voni dof n~o
hike ? Po)tssih!' the solie'
iting of .Life Iinsurma'ce b'
you 011special formte. M aiy 3
Speop)le have, after trial,
beenCI sur prisedl at thir1
fitniess for it. To all such
g it has p)roved a miost conl
S gen ial anid prIofitable oeenl
5 pation. Thle M IanagemeLn'i t
|Equitable Life -
Carolth Department of the
juarlias, desirmes to add(I
" 10 its forc, sollie ageni ts :
5of ('liaracter a11d albility.
S Wite for I11 tor11ation.
SW. J. Roddey, m~anager,
Rock lill, S. C.
An a reeinblo Laixativo adNvnvv Tomao
Schi by D~ruin~ta or aibymall. 25ci.,600,
aind $1.00 per packagce. ampesu freo.
I O TheI~ Favorito 70TORf 90WD32
for the Te'eth and 13reathx,250,
Capt ain Swveeney, U.S.A.,san Dieg ('1,
saEyal."Sh-'Iilo)h'5 catarrth Hituely in the 1irai
medicine I hiavo evc efun iatt. wvould do' mTo
fay good." Priit e I'i0 I-. 8iold by Druggstu.
Tur nir 11AToriton etu: promiptly curai
whoroall othetra fall. For'Codanui aon Ithan
110 r'.Vai'l;iha curedt thiour andsl, fand twit cI tl
I 1 oo W- t
Oldiest bureoau for s ectuing y i Na yotti.
Every patentL taken outt by , n~sh A iinri
tblic byatinotico gIvc freo ot hro -rit
ftntgestectrentation of ay: I nitIon~'p i,'
unkashouild be withou, . A' eer.t~.:.O)r
4iUmLIeaian3, ADre4Way, NewyMI*3rkI 5
ONLY ONCE LUCKY.
A 31nilioimire Tells How He Lost 837 When
IL May andl Found I Again. *
"What is the luckiest thing that over
hia)led to you?" soiebody asked of
"Do you ican slecr, unadulterated
luck, '-oilel hi ng t hat just happens with
tI aily oing 'n your 1,a'it?" rplied
the millioni;ire, thromving away a half
u M perfect 0 aid taiiing aino(ier out
"Well, yes, let it. go at tha'.
"], amt geneirally accounlted a Very
luckyI ,nv11111 by the 1t housand~ and one peo
ph- ii> know i1\mVore about 1110 tlua I dO
m I ;-h. But, onl mlly hont tor, wh g wat. I all
a ni uine IpIt ie. go Itick hiappned
Io it- only 11nceIl inmy lifv. 1t didhn't
itloou t to auc, th ou11 gh1 it icanlt nochel
+1 1114 .0 (1..4 ti 111.% .11, was whenvl I was
illing iny first job--that of an errand
byY at I%* qa w-.--:%1t . tell you I have
n' :1ince fi ' so rich a: when I carried
home!k WVy fiin:t :
L iad la n i yn aL chek~to cash a1nd
a hi l1 t pay. ..ir paying the bill I
had ji 8 of imly employer'.,; nionoy
lef*. I had just crossed Broadway whell,
litppeting to 14,k bacik, I saw two ien
fi;phing in Ii t stretI. I was eniough of
a ittly theln1 I talk a keen intstv in any
thing i.- a '.eciap.' I r.etrtaced ily steps
to sete what it was all about. To mlly
innazeilnit and surprise .1. discovered
that the two i1eit woro fighting about
ihe $37 aid tIlL receil)td bill, which in
son1 iysterious fashion had dropped
out ot ly polcke. A policemalill happeni
ing alolg at that mllollent, I was abl to
prove that I had at better right to the
propvr(y in dispute than either of the
two coumbatants and recovered it forthi
wit h. They had each grabbed for it at
the sam tile, and each Was bound to
get all or none---luckily for me. I have
often speculated upon what might have
happened if they hadn't quarreled. I
should never have recovered the money,
and in consequence I should certainly
have lost my situation. That might have
changed the whole current of my career,
an11d iistead of being a rich man I might
today have been a poor devil, or Imight.
have beeni twice is rich as I amn. Who
hiows? Anyway I regard it as the only
piece of downright, Simon01 pure, umn11is
takablo piece of gt(od luck that. ever bo
fell me. But lily Tom, Dick or Harry
that vou chance to meet will be able to
tell yu lots of I uokier things that have
hiapp ioed t) 1me-Sono of them things
that; ] had worked at, for years. "-New
York I erald.
Darwin k i "The Formation of
Ve; etab- Mohl:'I a 11nan1 had to plug
up1 a :41nu:11 eylindr-ical hlelk with suc-h
objets( S leave , ptitiles or twigs he
wouli d drag or pus.h themk inl 1y their
poiittd eIds, but. ix theso objects were
vorv I iii 1thiltively to tho size of itho
litle 1 w,,tilt poaimbly insert some by
II, r t hik r (i hr bater end. The guide
in hI case would I intelligrence. " Hle
I hen :!e on to sim by reports of actulll
exptri mnttiLs i hat this is I lie method pur
Sued by vartiworl.1s. Not only do they
ial lpt i hI leavs of the Irees of t heir own
c4) Ir t4 1 litir needs, but Itho leaves of
foreig-n t res ar! dealt w\ithi inl a simiflar
vay. The ollowig wtrds of Alr. Dar
W;lil I-;' (Irain i'.ltit Ii e lo:4 toaire 1
wtll -j 5:4 1 I uts iw 1111)to
It I , Ir liut nifl rw~ in tinl o ir tI
11b1)y111 uir 4:,1 'iy 44i hi t Ii t m oy
0 ltiiu tlI4i :11.1 the Tir b.\rrnisy os
Ia o lilt l let t e, toll r e tlien now pir
IILSILI S0ie51110 llllP11 ~ l t )-a
Il t t is'.ll:1? d el i li 'oi s I ht If
wIt bonhi an delgcsnit, gsets aouts
$13 a~rn Il (l~l ithe pwerY tf acquiring' 5114
grne notii on il lweve loer ri of s~p
ofi milI ohjoibr and of their iurow, raes
(s4emlst toh tho~ ease, th. deservo 081 to
cled 10iteotlliret folr thy. they act in
heary 1i hei iune mat miertstoj4 a old ama
'nde CtIeinti'I c iustances."iet~br
$13. 50 a dayt the wiaaye IfsLary t " id
anol im hue at1tachei liker a) r
Qt e ainumbor spen t' hi~lei iome reek
domeest. ihrte ex ee hat. ', roii ' eloe to
tirhe at.mtoi of he alaera they havo
ih pkiga ties~l qto equnl.
discoun Iit the iro salaris ot iete banks.
Terchargdt wimth larg lik14 8%I periV
ciien n i h tootal of~ wthi hacyeo
lwtrce nmolg~ public itl would1 m~ao a
th nwoI yoner memberswhoar
who havie satind tramous ford theas r
011ty of thsem alrte meu thireyroabloe
ILhait, but.IL' with) larg11oin hopensv
reatilies pt supporiit. 11d wiit he. o
litical obie ligations al~tl'homeI forming ai
thy ano gt id114 i t.-Wastthigton
onet~it passed alng t ra tmhy ob se
a1 hali~m, hmosabo lokig homo
res ing11 peacefut ll in11 teuie t had
"G iol i o t ul, xlie h
[For tho Journal.]
NED AND NELL,
Or, Nellie, Don't Nay No.
BY MRIS. C. LADD.
W1"o wandered by the river bank,
The crescent moon was bright,
The very stare seemed laughimg
And twinkling with delight.
I was looking in a lovely face,
In oyos of azure blue;
I bent and softly whisperod,
Dear Nellie, I love you.
11or hand was lying oil my 1r111
Looking liko a flake of snow,
1 bont and softly whispered,
Dear Nollio, don't say noI
Nellio looked up with a smiling
"Now, Nod, is all that true?
1 hoard to-day, this very day,
You had courted t wenty-two.
I really thought you had col rted
Swoot, protty, honnio Bess;
Ask this question in a your,
And I will answer yes!
Choruis-Hor halid, &c.
All you've heard is falso, dear,
Not a single word is tri,
I never loved or courtod
Another ono bu t you.
I've flirted, just a little Nell,
All tle boys did0 so,
Why should we wait a yoar, dear?
Timo goes very slow.
Chorus-Hor hand, &c.
I really will boliovo you true,
1elievo your overy word.
1 thought. it bost to toll you,
The gossip I had heard.
A yoar's not long, not very long,
Twelvo months will quickly go;
Ask tho question then, dear,
I will not answer no!
1. kissed her pretty upturnod brow
I-or hand was mino to press,
I will ask again, dear Nollie,
"'11 ly aniswer will Ie yes."
PROHIBITION IT 18.
The Supijreme o. urt Speaks.
C'0 LUMn1IA, S3. C., May 8. -South
Carolina jumped from the disper
sary sy'en to absolute fret
whiskey. Now, after a whiskey
reign for a few weeks, the su
promo court has decided that ab
solute prohibition is in force. The
supremo court unanimously de
cided the question this morning.
The following is the decision of
the court and is explained how
miatter got before the court and
the whole ques tion:
The State of South Carolina in
the supreme court, April term,
189-1. J. L. Barringer et al. vs.
The city council of Florence, ex
parte J. Ellbs Brunson.
These two cases instituted in~
the original jurisdiction of this
court, beingof a kindred naturei'
though not involving the same
question, were heard and will be
con sidered together. TIhie firist is
a caso asking for an injunction
to restrain the City Council of
Floronce from granting licenses
for the sale of spirituous liquors,
up~on the ground that there is
now, no lawv authorizing the
g~ranting of such licenses and
therefore that threatened action
of said cit~y council in this re
spe(ct, is 4ltra riras.
The second is a case in wich
the petitions applies under a
wriit of habeas corpus, hereto
fore issue, for his discharge
from custody, in which he is
held uder a warrant issued b~y
the mayor of the city of Flor
ence, who is invested by the
charter of said city with all the
powers of a trial justice, chmarg
ing the petitioner with selling
spirituous liquors without a li
cense in violation of an ordhi
nance of the city as wvell as in
violation of the lawvs of the
State. Inasmuch as one of these
eases involves the liberty of the
sitizon, this court deems it to 1)0
its duty to render as prompt ade
'wsion as possible. The cout
will therefore, proceed simply
to dlecidlo the questions present
edl in these cases, without under
taking nowv to give the reason for
the conclusion wvhich will, howv
ever, be hereafter done, in an
opinion which will be prepared
and filed as soon as practicable.
The court dlecidles that under
the lawv, as it nowv stands, there
is no author'ity inivested with,
the power to grant licenses for
the sale of spirituous liquors
within the lmits of this State
and hence the action of the City
Council of Florence in granting
such licenses would be nitra viris
and absolutely void and there
fore, the injunction, as asked
for by the petitioners, in the case
first named, must be granted.
In the second caso, the petition
er moves for his discharge from
custody upon the ground that
there is now no law prohibiting
the sale ol spirituous liquors
within the limiits of this State.
This court (4ecides that this is a
mistaken vie w of the law. On the
contrary, we hold that the act
of I'S')., commonly called the
dispensary act, having been de
clared unconstitutional ill all
its provisions, except that for
bidding the granting of licenses
to sell spirituiious liquors after
the dlay therein nimed, the re
pealing clause of that act fell and
must be regarded as if never cir
acted, and hence the previous
laws forbidding t-he sale of spi
rituous liquors without a license
remain of force, under which
the petitioner may lawfully be
indicted. Inl addition to this
he may also be proceeded
against for violation of the or
dinance of the city of Floronce
mentioned in the warrant under
which lie had been arrested and
is now held in custody. It is,
therefore, ordered that in the
ease first named inl the title of
this order, an injunction do is
sue as prayed for in this petition.
ft is further ordered, that, in
the second case named in the ti
tle hereof, tho motion of the
petitioner for a discharge be re
fused; and that the said J. Ellis
Brunson be reiianded to the
clustody of tihe chief of police of
the city of Florence to bo by him
safely kept until he is thence de.
livered by (Iu course of law, thi:
eighth day of May, 189-1.
HENRY ARdvER, C. .J.
I We Concur.
S. MeGOVAN, A. J.
Y. J. Po Y- .. A. J.
Most of the saloon men here say
that they will abide by the deci
sion and close their places of busi
ness as soon as they understand
the situation fully. There is little
doubt that the decision means just
wvhat it says. it will be seen the
court goes so far' as to order the
prosecut ion of the mani wno inn~ti
tulted thme lfhbems (corpus prioceed
ings; be fore it;.
Thle quiest i(on iLs ased it there is any
law for thme pmosmhmient of violators;
section 17:11 oft lie general statutes
implosed a fi ne of n~ot less thanm $i200
or ai senitl'nef no I t les than i;
mionths in lthe penil'itniaryi onT all per-'
sonls who sell whiskey without a hi
conse. As the court d~cid1es that
there is 110 p)ower in the State author
izing the issuinig of l icense, any per
son selling withIout license, will be
subject to the sentence given.
So fa*r as know n, however, t here
is no punislimnent for the shipment of
whiskey mnto the State.
Governor Ti hnan was asked to-day
what lhe intended to do about trying
to enforce the pro(hibit ion law; he
said lie would lend his moral support
to it and do all hie could to enforce it;
buit lie (ldi't have any machinery to
enforce it. IHe also said that he was
glad the ui~cnetinty~ about affairs had
The prohiblitionlistm say that they
will prosecute violators of the law,
and~ it is supposed that city and cotun
ty authorities will (10 likewise.
Not A Fool.
It is pretty genern iIy undersfood 00(
that crows are by no manner of meanls
fools, b.ut we havye recentlyv reeived
an account froam a lady whomi we
know in Northfield, Mass., of a tame
crow belonging to her, wich shows
quite as much ability to both think,
act and~ talk as ani intellhgent parrot.
lie whisitles, laughs, neolds,, attempts
with soap, water, &c., to wash cloth
ing, anid in lots of remarks seems to
use good reasons. For. iustance,
wvhen uncle John accidentally upset a
whleelbarrow load of sand, and said
to himself, "well, this is a nice tip
out,'' Jim, .up in a tree near him, at
once added, "I should thing so." This
crow's tongue has never boen cut, as
some foolish people think crows
tonnuea ou14hot to be to talk plainly,
J~IOn is sujbjeot to $100 and-60'
By a curious Congressional or.
ror, im a. rocont bill which reorgah
l iho District courts, there is an
appella t court to which a police,
r4'V ('nn hb carried.
bnly o-tho 14 f ) a)Poaling from -
*itdLe Mille r's sontonico will
Iui hv 1l atpPlication to a higher
'4r111 ' r Wi i of baboas cOrpus
Ill<etoaj Attorny Lp
.:in has allnoliled(1 that ho0 will
i,,hi 1,P st i I'Jd lldg) 1ior over- ,
rb 11.1m11 ion f,41r at no(w trial.
w ve'r, SPIlh ;a p titioli will not
part a a sta- t a iot .j(IgIllont to
*'pi doitti 5 Irog Servig
n nc whill, ii penlding.
0 - " 4 - -
\Vbx4-as, lil 18 S7, 'u von
"r I 4 \ ;wa put. Iln vireutail
lia ' it goinS r ts oll).
FI).(- '. liI fi St ii 111)01. usan Sirn
uis x ulei',and w1her!eals D). C.
" iII w1 Ie t oteforo Crlloss lRads
S ir ald iske d It(li (ngto i (,-.
a:I, b1olw; repor(1ts and thaly fa1ilod to
bul I 4:idi tlaoy had no charge
\II h 1il, adV'StilI, whe mtte0
rh-Ilavel bwn .oing11 hiO rounds
I I t tid u m lss vI h iinges,
n her it a f\wrsoal oomites
.C. I n.'nnil lInd Susan Sim
4 did try [ 'lI(stall to bring D.C.
.11a11 bef-lon, Iheo uotrts but failed
u rnp. in o f ut h o mbers
lschurlch ma11do coml
ne In I us( ni S im mlos,
*nluil 1.- Iinv.'-t iato thle matter
uy whi '.h IwY did and imide
ir' reportl' inl April last, and ac
si' Ii h!r'''a nd asked the co tplingt
h I id I u ut I atl(. 1 Iw'm% of the
n. r e4111tei i r report mad by
slatxclude-d her. 'It thon
ii. (hi'- d ty v f' Nino Forks
n t Ili -t''igte(l th i nacto r
I. (. r I man is it 111111
h 1 1 md -I htolievo ihoso things
aml ivn done int in.inro him.
W, thw (0nni441 of Nin, Forks
bur' 1b havinvited n-mihrs from
V. *' .1 I 44. Im .loy Jl, .1
Wy, ara Cri-ek, Gr.li illnd two
I h ) 1 . l it to -o f Cross RoadW
chi-chto ilt withl u1. inl Council
:nal1,11 ioh~-afllve stigaltionl of
fil' Whilich, A.isbr S san
inanns wa xlsh- fr'om Cross
Iaas iihur4h, llinoby making it
-r dluty st) ul*It.y look into the
und Ier as oiirt talo wals ite,
no hi 44 ministeriharato weeks
-lo banger . . wono rhfn
('.r oboehle Clr f.h
11.M.. Dri~ rn l h Ljvidone
Is n. digituini 4''lltt'I, f 1 og the r oth.
.l bahr. frin the abVoo tnam-od
l'.n''if Wa ho as li. tjirst\yl whle eat.
tae a bd I~l ing :ilil!uni oo iv.ryl
C11irt 1 . ('.: ! t-'remmin tron fooll . 5
-ivti Illvetti:galoIW wasou prdepb
Cl t~tctn ais sindby adveryur
arof thilivnei, amas folledws:
th tmo i .l. dy.AJnes. Oolono
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leaders of thu C'muorl ,.h i I.
Jacob S. Csy a~al<.
Jones, halvo beenl f(.oni 1-uIilt v ofI
violating tie lInn-t by I j .
their peers,midnal illhae ,sb
mit to i Sentein', ls'P:a ftert 1, In
im11posed by I l, It ec riI II. f r i' . -r
cet donomulId ral t in a II th.I' i.
All threo of i :aii ii (I will".'.
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dictm(ont,whieb ohar'ed 1 h(m u 111
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visit Vlln g l it Ill, % I
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and anotIh! r ill:
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to filo th i frmal I 9 111 l 1 ihl..
Judge mIiad i'lluirl t .1d .
and Frank& Ilinn, n n\-ll i u
who1sl8 roc ir. l ' 9..ro i ii,
has brovniaed id ii% he :111m.-11
forai no minaotion t hLol1 ot r
fr th o riin Dio(jSI0 i0 ri 0 el)9Ot rt.a
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vict wchmmay b in o ou.
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