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EAST XAS VEGAS, NEW- MEXICO, SATUR DAY, EVENING, MARCH 14 , 1800.
A THING OF THE PAST
Some Pugilistic News, This Af
ternoon, That Will be Read
J " With Little Interest.
BLAZE AT LINCOLN
The Spanish Press Impatient at
the Senatorial Debates on
OIL IS STRUCK IN KANSAS
Washington, D. C, March 14
The overwhelming public sentiment in
tne United Mates against ptigillstio en
counters, as evidenced in the suppres
sion of the Corbett-Fitzsimmons match
in Texas and Arkansas, and the pas
sage of a federal law prohibiting such
meetings in the Territories, to say
nothing of the determined attitude of
the authorities of the state of Chihua
hua, in Mexico, in relation to the Fits:-
siranions-Maber. contest, appears, to
bave attracted attention and interest
on the continent of Europe; for a pri
vale letter from Athens states that the
boxing bouts bave been stricken out of
the program of the revival of Olympian
games scheduled to take place near
that city, early next month. '
. On the. original program, -the 'fifth
day of the carnival was to have been
devoted to exhibitions of pugilistic
skill, and which it was expected would
prove one of the most interesting fea
tures of the event; but, as a result of
the unanimity of opinion ietween the
direotor general and the committee of
arrangements, the feature is to be dis
pensed with, on the ground that it is
not in harmony with the enlightened
civilization of this generation.
Nw, Y6ttKr Iff. Y.f March 14.
Pan Stuart has offered Julian a $12,
U00pur.se for a battle between Jim
Corbett and Bob Fitsaimmons, and
guarantees agaiust any interference,
whatever. Julian has refused ' to
notice Corbett until the ' latter has de
feated Peter Maher.
? ' -. Paid the Penalty.
" V PftkiN, 111 , March 14. Albert Wal
lace was hanged here, to-day, for the
murder of his sister. - -;
prospectors struck a fine flow here, to
day,: The excitement over the discov
ery Is intense.
' Severe Earthquake.
Valparaiso, Chill, March 14. A
number of severe earthquakes in rapid
succession, were felt here last evening
find created much alarm among .the
A Mantled White,
Kansas Cut, Mo.; March 14. A
severe snow storm has prevailed in
'.Kansas and western Missouri. - In
some localities travol has been -greatly
; . -V;
. Murder and Suicide.
Yonkkrs, N. Y.j March -14. Alexander-
Newettly killed his sixteen-year-
.old step-daugbter and then suicided.
lie was tired of his wife and became
enaaioed of the girl, who spurned him
4o the last
Asaia.t the ParorlU Son.
Kkw York, N. Y., March 14 Id
view of the flavor of national politics
involved in tne republic to county
primaries next Monday, this spoke of
the political whirligig is attracting an
unusual amount of attention. Although
the county organization, oaioe suffaoe
is heart and soul for Governor Mar ton
there Is suspicion cf an nndercarrent
of sentiment on the part of a small but
troublesome minority in favor of tome
other entry in the presidential race
other than that of New York V favorite
son. 'There is some fuunditioa for the
belief that the Union League element
of the republican party in New York
City favors Major McKlnley; whether
as hrst choice or second to Governor
Morton, is a quastioo for the Piatt peo
ple to conjure with. ' ' ' L- '
Oat on Bo.id.,
Chicago, Illinois, March 14. The
stay of enforcement of sentence grant
ed by Judge Uroiicqp to ex-Kditor
Joseph It. Dunlop, of the Dispatch, ex
pires to-day, but tha rase has been
taken out of the hands of . the district
federal court by the action of Justioe
Brown, of the United States supreme
court, in ordering that a .writ of error
should operate a a supersedeas until
such time as the supreme court itself
can examine th i brirfs and determine
whether or not i new trial Bbould be
granted. Unle s the case Is advanoed
on the docket, it may not be reaobed
Inside of two yeirs, and in the. mean
time, Mr. Dunl p will be free on bonds
Of $ 10,000. , ,
Colcmbus, Ohio, March '14The
Ohio legislature has passed" a bill,; to
take effect immediately, prohibiting
the sale of cigarettes, cigars or to
bacco to minors, under penalty of fine
Not Long for thU World.
CiscnrNATi, Ohio, Marph'.". 14.r
Fatber Doniimck O'Grady, who killed
Mary Gilmartin because she persist
ently endeavored to escape his atten
tions, has been pronounced ., very
feeble. He cannoj, live long. ;.
Lincoln, Neb., March 14. Acker
man & Co., wholesale dealers in millin
ery, burned out this morning; loss,
:$60.000; insurance, $40,000. Four
jroomers in the building were removed
n an unconscious condition.
Blackburn and Boyle, '
FftAKKFOKT, Ky., March 14. There
were no signs of turbulence at the meet-
in; of the legislature,, to-day. The
ttsaal ballot resulted in no choice.,
Blaenburo and Boyle are still the lead
ing candidates for the V. S. senator
.S- Fixed Far War,
Mas.'Owah, Italy, March 14 The
a eg us , cf Abjssrnia rt.as reviewed
iX,C00 troops In the presence of the
Italian pi ace envoy, and has exhibited
ian ample supply of provisions to oon
wlnce the Italian of his ability to
prosecute the war.
Beat at HI. Own (Jam.
Korth Port, Wash., March 14.
Is this city, Harry Finnich broke Vog
rs gambling house, shooting craps.
Vogel attempted to kill him for not re
turning the money, Vogel's bullet
rwounded Finniob, who exchanged sev
eral shots with him before Vogel was
A Battle Fought. -.
Managua, March 14. The Nioa.ra-
crftta troope fought a battle with the
lnsttrsrents. yesterday, at Pita). The
government forces numbered 1,200,
the rebels', 1,500. The latter were
' completely routed with a loss of 200
killed and wounded. The national loss
was fifty killed and wounded.
., The PreM Impatient. .
' Macmp, Spain, March 14. The
Spanish papers are Impatient over the
lone- debates is the U. S. senate on
the Cuban belligerency. It is claimed
bj them I bat their country is kept in
continual suspense, some of the papers
:troricly criticising the false reports
irtrni President Cleveland, small results
,freir( reached there.
Conn: ration Poatponed. -
Scranton, Pa., March 14. Owing
to the fact that the previous plans of
Cardinal Satolli, Archbishop Ryan,
Cardinal Gibbons and other dignitaries
of the Cathollo church, who are to par
ticipate in the ceremonies, attending
the consecration of the Rev.. M. J.
Hoban as coadjutor bishop of bcran
ton, were disarranged by the death of
Archbishop Kenriok, at St. Louis, last
week, the consecration will not lake
place to-morrow, as was intended.
Uev. i ather Hoban has expressed a
wish to have the ceremony postponed
ntil the first week in May, but as
Bishop O'liara is desirous of an earlier
date, the consecration will probably
take place next month,
. The Halting? Boom.
York, Pa., March 14. The boom
of Governor Daniel H. Hastings as a
candidate for the first place on the
republican national tioket, will receive
a lift, to-day, at the primaries being
gates to the state convention, to be
held on April 23rd. Through the in
fluence of the governor's friends, the
republican committee 'decided to re
quest the voters to express their
preference for president, and as this
is a Hastings stronghold, the tickets of
all faotions are headed with bis name
under the caption, "For president of
the United Stales."
DISEASE IN DENVER
An Epidemic of Typhoid Feve
: at the County - Hospital,
in That City. ... -;
'CHEROKEE BILL" TO HANG
A Singular iSreach-of-Promise
Case Attracts Attention in
the Dublin Court.
THE SUIT OF MRS. LANGTRY
. Denver, Colo.; March 14 An epi
demio of typhoid fever is. reported
among (be attendiog physicians and
nurses at the Arapahoe county hospital
Three physicians, the chief nurse, eight
training school nurses, two porters and
twj laundresses are suffering from the
disease and all efforts to discover the
cause of the contagion bave proved
Refute, to Interior.
Washington, D. 0., March 14 r
Fbe president refuses to interfere In
.he case of Crawford Goldsby, alias
Cherokee Bill," under sentence to
hanir at Fort Smith, Ark., next Tues
day for murder.
, 'A. Their Trip South, .
Baltimore Md March 14 Mana
ger Hanlon, to-day, concluded the, ar
rangements f r the southern trip of the
Baltimore ba club, and all the Orioles
who were not already in the. city, made
their appearance, this' morning, ready
for duty. The team will leave, to-night,
for Macon, Ga., which has been select
ed as the most suitable plaoe for the
club's practice. After two weeks spent
in the Cracker state, the club will re
turn to Baltimore in time to play the
scheduled game with Ted Sullivan's
champion team of the Texas league.-.
Catholic Benevolent Legion.
New Yoits, N. Y., March 14. The
annual oonvei tionof the supreme coun
cil of the Cattolio benevolent legion of
the United States opens here, to-morrow,
and most of the delegates have
arrived in the city. Prior to organiz
ing for business to-morrow, the dele
gates will attend a celebration of high
mass at the cathedral.' The reports of
the officers will show that the organi
zation is in t, flourishing condition. ;
Not Observed a. Uiual.
New York. N. Y., March 14.
A dispatch from Rome says: To-day is
he futy-seoond anniversary of the birtb
living Humbert, but the elaborate
etes in this city and other parts of the
country that ha I been planned in cele
bration of the event have been aban
doned, by the king's express desire, as
a result ot the defeat f Italian troops
in Abyssinia and the resultant political
crisis, and outside of the display of
flags on the quirinal and municipal
buildings, there is n recognition of
Mr. Langtry'a Suit.
New York. N. Y., Maroh 14. A
London dispatch says Lord Chief Jus
tice Russell will pres'de at thu foi in
coming trial of the suit brought bv
Mrs. Langtry against the the Union
bank ot London, to recover the sum of
9200,000, representin ( the vulue of the
jewels belonging to the celebrated ac
tress, which were deposited with the
bank for safe keeping, and given up
bv the suDerlntende t of ;a ft
vaults, upon the pres mtation of an or
der alleged to bave be! forged, ine
trial, which will pro mbly commence
on Monday or Tuesday, promises to be
. A Breach at Proralw CaM.
London,: England, starch 14.
A singular breach of promise else, in
which the usual order of things is re
versed and the woman is the defendant,
has attraoted univers tl attentii n to the
Dublin divorce court, this week. The
complainant in the' uase is VVillliiui
Tavern er, captain of one of the Allan
line steamships, -and the defendant,
from whom $5,000 damages is sought,
is a Miss O'Sullivan, the daughter of
a former member of parliament. From
the evidence brought out iu the trial,
this week, it appears that the promts
is not denied by the young lady, but
that it was made con litionally on hat
receiving permission from the author
Hies of tne Roman Cuholio church,,, t.
which she belongs. This, permission
was promptly refuse I by the church,
on the ground that Captain T&verner
was a Free Mason.
Highest orU iqXcavening Power,4-Latest UVS. Gov't Report
ANTED a flr.t-claaa buggr horse, at
, the Bridge street Jl very stable. u It
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, a fully
equipped restaurant, in iiland, V. tt,
For further information apply to B. H,
Shaw, Iiland, N.&I. . . .10e-36t.
WANTED, An agent in every section to
canvass. $4 to 5 a day made, sells at
sight, also a man to sell staple goods to
dealers, best side line, $79 a month. Salary
or large commission made, experience
unnecessary. For sealed particulars send
stamp. Clifton Soap & Manufacturing com
pany, umcinnau, uuio. . u-aai.-y
WANTED. An honest , active gentleman
or lady to travel for reliable establish
ed house. Salary 47N8, payable $16 weekly
and expenses. Situation permanent. Ref
erences. Endow i elf -addressed, stamped
envelope. The romlnlon. Company, 816
Omaiia Building, Chlcagor . 101 SOt-
UAMTCn AM inCA Whooanthlnx
nisiVf il . some slmpl.
iiectvanridPAH ; rrn
to patent? Protect yvjiir Ideas
rou wBuim, tyrue juuj
A QO Patent Attorneys,
irintt vou vealth.
D. o., for their tl
the v mar
WE MUST HAVE HELP. We pay men
. 4a jlws wore iur
easy home worn. No books or peddllnr.
8t5dy employment guaranteed. Semi
stamp i?r work and particulars at once.
H&HMANN A 8KYMODB, 213 South Sixth
BBNT,-Three unfurnished rooms;
at mo im vegas telephone
Notice ol Olssolutlon.
The oo-partnvrsbip heretofore exi.tibg
between George V, R ed and 8mith C.
Orwick, under the firm uime of ileed', Or-
wickCo., Is tbls da dltsjlved by mu
tual, consent.; Q. V. U ed & Co., will con
tinue, the business and .vill settle and re-
celvo all accounts of t'ii firm.
t'.' ' -:y--i''. G. V. Reed, -'
;;-.' ' V'V' -.''.. . S. C. Crwick, " .
East Las Vxoas. Nj &I. , February 12,Jt90.
;; , . . ; . loe-iat
TltAOK AND TUAIX.
A, F, Benedict and hit bridge, gang re
turned from tha nortb, last .T.oiiig.
Switchman Cramer Is on th. sick list and
his place Is b.lna filled by Mllo Wilcox, i
The. Atchison company saved another
$3,500 by closing; the shops, along the line,
this afternoon. .
Charley Stephenson, topk'Condncior 3, A.
Murray's run norlb, to-day, his own place
on in. springs sun balng Oiled by J. i.
Bresnahan, ol Raton.:. - ,: i :. '.'
It is rumored that the train dispatcher's'
offlce.of the Atcbls'on, .t ,W.llIi!goo,t
saa, which was, abolished Bvra4 wqeka
ago, .WlH be rv-established; ' V .......
Dr. Steinberg, a surgeon to' the -employ
of the Atchison company la Chicago, re
turned 'to the Kl Porvehlr, resort, .this
morning, from a visit to this city.
Kx-Trintnaster C. II. Winters, of the
Atchison, who, prior to the abohtloa. of
bis office, was stationed! Wellington, has
aooepted the position" Of train dispatcher
at Emporia.. . - . .-
Minuet Rjdriques Qularte left for the
Acorns Islands, this morning, a I foket hav
ing been telegraphed him through the
Atchison's general passenger and' ticket
office tn Topeka. ' .' ' ' ' -
Robert Faulkner,- wbo . is familiarly
nown alike Wler, an Atchison nachioiat
at the railroad shops in this efty, Is down
with the pleurisy, at the employes hospi
tal, on tb hot springs branch. ...j, L .,
Robert l)ennl3, for some time past steno
grapber in the master mechanic's office, at
Raton, has taken a similar position in the
office of Superintendent Harfcman,' at
Wichita. Robert Clark, of Topjka, hat ta
ken the position at Raton. 'i
Locomotive 439, which, had been in the
drop pit at the Las Vegas roui.d hous.for
two weeks, was sent out on Mo. 83 freight
train, .Wednesday. At Rivera station, she
got out of tram and bad to .abandon the
train she was hauling under diftjoultles., I
Jjhn Wallace,' the depot policemae,
brought into Judge K. 8, Wooster's court,
name as A bra in Cbibo, of Ojate. He was
found in the railroad yards, where the
switch engine was compelled to stop
several times to save him frbm being run
over by the oars. ' He was dismissed, upon
promising to lead a sober ' life, at least
while In Las. Vegas, . '..;,i.. , ';
'-'-; . , ThejCiss: Match.
" Nkw Yqrk, N. Tir March I2:i-The
second" aod c osing cTiyAi play of the
Internationa,! chens match began at 9 :30
o'clock, ae4 the Vankee-BritUh' sttug
gle wilt endat 6,,thi evening. Under
the rule at' kftst twenty moves per
hour must' be made,' to-day. The
closing hours are expected to be note-
worth for soma 'splendid, exhibitions
or strategic tkill. . 't ,J";
i J; .Mining Stock lor SaleX. .. .. ;
- The I,i Vegas Mining, and FrppetlJng
compsby, ineorporateil uridur'the . tawl, of
the Territory Of New MexiCo,'Ith Caoltal
Jjtock of l,V1.00i), Dow Off ari il.OOft. shares of,
Mock for sale at 2.1 OeBf per.'share,. All In-
qulriea should b.-eddresaed - to the jcresi
dent of aeereWy. - " J Wil. B. CniTKii VJ
'"'" f ' ' ' ' 'Pre'sident.-
Tnos. Blav-klt, - .
- I '..- ,yt , Heeretary. M ml'
? " date to City ot Mexico. ' : ;'
; Lai VKOieV.Jt. M..;, Maroh ,Ji J8l.-
Ronnd trlpVetes to City of Mexloc,i from
Las Vega,. 66.70. ; Uoing Jlroit.M slaty
days, with final return limit, of six months
from date of sale...' .'J.,v'. :"-v;.-
', jBAlTlta- -TO.PBdiisiX.:'' Vi'
TouriBt rites tb Phoentri Ariz , and re
turn from La; Vegas, . fJ8.50.. Limits,
fifteen days, id each direction, with final
limit of six months. '-.-: , -
...,- 'vC. F.Jonkj, Agent.
Robt, L, M. Ross
" Rear Estate
Jai:d insurance- agent.
Prices to Sait the Tiinek, -
. Lotg from 1100 np
SOLE AGENT of the Hlll-slte
- Town Co. addition, and the Eldo
A rado- Town Co. lower addition.
Residences, Business Properties.
i Lipans, Mortgages and Securities,
Smokeless ' and . black
shells atH, Qi Coo.-a.'
m- tf .
Desirable Acre Properties ; Fauns nnder
irrigation jjitcues. utnoe on
20 FLOOR, TAlME OPERA HOUJI, E.IAIVEOAI
Douglas Are. Butt her Shop.
Fresh , Buttertne, cheaper and better
than creamery butter. Leaf lard, sausage
and fresh meats every day. ., ...
Succ 3ssor to J.
Glazinp, Paper Hanging, Etc.
Shop Opposite Express Office.
...V; . TELEPHOTK 67. :
JOHN E. STILL,
Oillce , next
door west of
Three of Denver's largest stock brokers
fai.'ed. to-day, oeused bj."Blue iAf".mia
log stack advancing from kir ctats to
twenty-nine cents, and then falling back
to one cent. ' ' ' ..-''
irt si i
I k rnc rHI1captalI
mnt Lt A Bl i-l MIsitrurrieM-VrrHo ri c kc c k . n ."'
John Spear now has charge of Mrs.
Rjbinson's book store, Socorro, where
he will remain tor a. week or two in
place of John O'Xeill, who is going on
a trip to the Oscuras. . .. .
S. A. Clements,'. proprietor of the New
Mexico planing mill,; has jutt received an
assorted-stock ot building materials of -all
kinds- olid styles, which be offers for sale
at prices tOBuit the t'mes. He keeps on
band always native and redwood lumber,
and sbioglBS, ani gives special attention
to Lulhlerj and contractors In want of
building materials. Corner Seventh and
Jackfon street, East Las Vegas, Goods
deliveied free of charge in the eity, 105 -tf
Just received, goods tor the season Gar
den tools, rubber and cotton hose, sprink
lers, ncziles, couplings,- menders, etc;
poultry .netting an i screes w-ire; prices
to suit the times, at H. G, CooraC . llttf
O. S. ROGERS,
LAS VEGAS, N. M.I
Roe. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street" west end ol
. nnege.-, v.
! B. C. PITTEN3ER&"COT
; v ; ' Goods called for
and delivere I.. . :;
t ; LATB OF ROGERS BROS.
Beneral Blaocsmlthlng, Wagon and
-; , Carriage Repairing, neatly and .
promptly done ' ".
Rciilr o acl JvVe
Opposite Browne & Manaanares Co., .
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
. Special attention given to brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith
ing and woodwork.. . All work
promptly done; and- satisfaction
guaranteed. .,..-'. y.r.,- ;.''; . -'.''
""c. sciiMinr : :
" Manufacturer ftl
And dealer In
HoDvy .-. Hardwora,
Kvery kind of wagon -material on hand
Her.eshoelng and repairing a specialty
Granl and Mamanares Avenues, past La
Vegas.: t i it.
First-Class Life Insurance Costs No More than Second or Third Class.
Comparative Results of the Three Large Life Insurance Conipanies, as
shown by their respective "Book of Illustrations" for the year 1895.
20 Premiums. 30 Year Distribution, Age, 35 Years. Amount, $5,000
---';.'. - onricBiigi '
DR. J. M .1 CUNNINGHAM. President.
, , ' FRANK SPRINGES, .Vice-President.
- D. T. HOSKINS, Cashier.
: ' - F. B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier.
BP IKTKBKST PAID OM TIMHT DEPOSITS IJa -
Hkmbt Gokx, Pres
. 'i. .. H. W. Kellt, Vioe Pres.
' . " ' D. T. Boskimb, Tress,
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
' : JEFFERSON RAYN0LDS, rreaident
JOHN Wr.ZOLLARS, Vice-President... V A. I), SMITH, Chlef.
7, .F;;.'MirH,'Asslit8otf"C8liir. '..
Accounts Keceived Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
East Las Ve&as and Socorro, N. M.
Wool, Hides and Pelts.
Ranch and Mining Supplies,
Fence Wire, Nails,
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING I GIANT POWDER,
Pi nWJ CflDPi Tnni Q
and all kinds of
FARM. GRASS AND GARDEN SEED.
'Paid up'capital,' $30,000.
. ESTHave yonr earntagi by depositing tnem In tne Las Vboaj BAvrsaS bark, wherevl
they will bring jon ah
income. ' Every dollar saved, is two dollars made."
Ho deposits received of less than fl.
Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over.
, A large and complete line of-"
Plows and Points
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry and Fence .Wire,
STOVES AND RANGES .
of every description.
Vour patronage is solicited at the .
Old Town Hardware Store,
SAL i GO.
,: 328 & 328 Railroad Avenue.
Ronoh Sii 13 plies ol peolalt y.
Goods delivered bee to all parts of the oity.1; Call and examine our stoo at
. (ore purchasing, and be bonvlnced of our low prioes. '
Qr CompletS line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. fii
A. A. WISE, Notary Publie. ; Established 1S81.4' , F. C. HOOSETT.
wise & HoasETT, ; ,
LOANS AND ' REAL ESTATE
. .- Sixth an4 Donglai.Afeiat's yeg'tst N.p.; V;- -;r
Improved and TJnlmprovI Lands and Ctty Property for sale.
attended to for Non-residents, titles examined', Rents colt
Investments mtdt and
collected end Taxes paid.
If CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
1 The finest line of Carriages, Boggles.
W Landaus, Suireys, Pheetons and Road
. Carts In th Soutliwe.t, of tUe best
I ..." Livery and Feed Stbles. '
.IRIDri It VFBAS : '
PORTLAND CEMENT, :
ACME CEMENT PLASTER,;
. B AIN JWGONa
LAS VEGAS N. M.
Las Vega., Mew Uexlee.
only first-class house in the
Headquarters for stockmen.
In eharareof Cuisine Department. Rataai
86e per meal; $8 per week. Tables supplied
with everything the market affords.
MRS, S. B. DAVIS
Booms by the day for SOo to $1.00: bv
'month, to $19. .. . , '
(Suooessor to Coon Bros.)
WBOLCSAI J AMD BXTAK, PIALKB IK
HARDWARE. LDilBKE, SASH, DOOBS, BUNDS, T1RNISHIS
Faints; Oil and Glass.
Cexrillos Hard and Soft Coal.
-V EAST. LAS VEGAS, , , .:, "' -"'
TRLKPHONK Ho. B0 Goods delivered tree In city.
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
Neatly and expeditiously executed, and at a fair price, at Tbb Optic office.
Call Around and
I: - -
1. Mutual life, Hew York $204,638,784 " $175 $3,500 $5,068 $3,140. S1.568 - S5,64D S430
2. Eqiiitahie, Hew York 185,044,310 175 3,500 4,585 ' 8,700 1,085 , 5,200 : -
3. Kew York Life 182,011,771 " .175 3,500 . 4,539' 8,400 1,030 4,9S0 ..V"
EC..VAE3 Uni tti Life hwiw h.t East Us VnisJ. II,
Which Have Arrived at':; '
I - s
Consisting of the Very Latest in
No trouble to show our goods.
'.; '' Dealer la
Cerrillos Hard and
Corner of Twelfth and Lincoln
Street. Telephone 47.
, Late of Topeua, Kansas,
Reasonable Trloes. 112 frinoe Si,
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