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srnSCKIPTION KATES: One Year, - - - - 5ix Months. - Three Months. - one Monthly, in advance. $4.00 ii ;t5 i (j Published daily (except Sunday ) and week l . The Weekly Globe 8 pages; is the largest paper in the state and is sent to its subscribers a whole year fur one dollar in the coin of the realm. Jt is printed each Wednesday night. OfficcHolman Ruilding, Church Stre.t Tel phone No. 7G. The Daily Globe is on sale in Durham at Berry's news stand, the Hotel Carroliua and attis1 ivok store. It will be found for saJe on news stands in oi her towns. The editor is responsible for every unsignid article that appears in its columns. Anonymous letiers iuvariabl lull into the wa4te basket. Tue Gloue is always glad to see its friends in'the ollice on Church street. The Globe is entered at the postoffiee, Dur bim. N. C. as mail matter of the second class. SATl'KDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894 It is said that Wheeler is coming up in New York and that Hill's friends are fitill doubtful about the state. We know Mr. Hill of old and have little fear of the renult at the final muster. The News and Observer publishes a let e. from Mr J C. L Harris in which he reiterates a former interview giving his unqualified endorsement to Chief Justice James E Shepherd as a man of ability, high character and integrity. The manner in which Hon. A W. Gra ham swooped down on Tommy Settle's love-feast last night was like a thunder clap from a clear, cerulean sky, and had a demoralizing t fleet upon republican enthusiasm It is only a foretaste of the way they are going to be demoralized all over North Carolina between now and Tuesday night. Mr. Graham bo e him idU like a Spartan and his brave, honest and truthful words carried conviction with them, winning the respect of the enemy by his fair, open and candid de meanor. . -. -- - Till-: HOUK DKAWS N'KAK. As The Globe has said, good govern ment means democratic government, and as the time draws near for the people of Durham county to pass upon the ques tion of whether or not they want to keep th's county in the hands of good govern ment or turn it over to incompetent and irresponsible ollicials, we feel like lifting up our voice in a few parting words of warning. We cannot believe that a ma jority of the people of this county, in the possession of their better judgment and undimmed and unprejudiced faculties, can for a moment think of taking the alTairs of this county from the hands of the tried and faithful ami true men we now have to entrust them to the care of a oterie of men who iepresent no prin ciple and whose only plea, so far as it is apparent, is their o.n desire for ollice and the emoluments which will accrue. Our opponents do not even come in the guise of republicans nor d they o ne as populists. They call themselves fuionists And the only idea on earth which fusion embodiei is the desire of its leaders for otlice. Let our people vote for men whom they know and whose principles they know. Let us stand by such tried and true men as Dooue and Tomliuson and Gteen and Lunsford and the t ther good men on the democratic ticket, and let us elect them for the decency and safety of our county and its preservation against the disgrace and disorder which will undoubtedly overtake us if this county goes into the bauds of the nonde script crew called "fusionists " The Public School. EniTon Globe We visited the public 5chool in district 11, colored, in East Durham, two miles from town Thursday There are "? pupils enrolled. Here are two teachers, Mr. William () Whitted and Miss Lillian Fitzgerald They have g-od order in school and are doing a good work. Tlae teachers have had some experience in teaching. Therefore they desire to be encouraged The school committee are Messrs Washington, Lindsay Faucette ami V. IV Hnllnway, eoiorcd They have just finished the mIicuI house It is a cood house for which we return our thanks. Willar.H ille Local .Tudge IJynurn made an able speech on the political isMus c f the dav at Man gum's Store Wednesday Mr. A G Cox Uft foi Richmond la-t Friday on tli" north bound tndn Irene, the 10 yea- old daughter id M-. Sidney Lahley, died l iM Thurd.-y afttr an illni-hs of only a few days. Mrs. Jane Cox has return 1 from a visit to friends in lui :ide. Miss Nannie Mmci ra has returned to Durham, where he goes to ri su me her studies in art The meeting at Orange Factory is Mid in progress. Captaiu Parrish did not come, as expecud, to aist in the meeting. POLITICAL SENSATION SPRUNG. Prlrate Detectlre Stlllwell Brines Suit Against 81x Thousand Men. San Fp.axcisco, November a. The biggest political sensation of the cam paign was sprung here yesterday after noon. C. J. Stlllwell, a private detec tive, brought suit against Ilegjstrar Evans and six thousand voters, who. he charges, are illegally n the rolls. Every one of the six thousand men ac cused are mentioned b- name. It is alleged that they have no legal resi dence and the complainant demands that their names be stricken from the registrar. The local courts refuse to take action, Stlllwell declares that ho will secure warrants and arrest the ac cused men as they appear at the polls to vote, providing all the warrants can not be served before election dav. CHURCHMEN IN SESSION. Annual Meeting: of the General Committee of Church Kxtension. Philadelphia, November liishops and prominent churchmen of the Methodist Episcopal church from all parts of the United States assembled here yesterday at the annual meet in;, r of the general committee of the church extension. The duty of the convention is to map out the work of the borird ;2 church for the ensuing year: to fix tin amount to be asked from each confer ence and to authorize the amount that may be expended within the boun dary of each conference during the year. It has authority to formulate rules for the government of the board. DR. SAMUEL ROGERS DEAD. One of the Leading Methodists of the South Passes A way. JiALTi.MoiiE, November Samuel Rogers, I). I)., one of the best known ministers of the M. E. Church (South) died at his home in this city yesterday. Mr. Rogers was seventy years old and entered the Methodist ministry a half century ago. The civil war carried him into "the southern branch of thc church, and for many years he was presiding elder of the Ilaltimore dis trict. For the past few years Mr. Rog ers was assistant editor of the Rich mond Advocate, having charge of tho Baltimore office of that publication. WOULD tSRIBE ATTORNEY GOFF. Ottered $10,000 an a Fee if He Would Not Call a Certain Witness. New Youk, November J. The even ing Tost says that it has indubitable evidence that during the course of the present investigation Mr. (loff was waited on by a person who offered him 10,000 as a fee for examining the title to real estate which was worth less than 35,000, on condition that he (Golf) would not call as a witness a certain captain of police, mentioning the name of said captain. Mr. (loff declined the offer and called the name of that captain the next day. OPEN ALL WINTER AND SUMMER The Receivers of Lookout Inn Ciiveii Such Authority hy the Court. Chattanooga. Tenn., November 3. The Lookout inn, the big hotel on Lookout mountain will be open all the winter and summer. The receivers were given such authority by the court yesterday it being shown that the ho tels business entails no loss. M. S. (iibson. of Portland, Maine, has been made manager. TAKES HIS OWN LIFE. Callus Mueller, Chief Clerk of the Joliet. 111., Prison Suicides. Joliet, 111., November 3. Callus Mueller, chief clerk of the Joliet prison, committed suicide yesterday. He was known all over the country and intro duced the liertillon system into the United States. He was hig-hlj' educated and spoke a dozen or more languages. The cause of the suicide is unknown. SPEAKER CRISP IN ALABAMA. lie Addresses a Large and Appeclative Au dience at Iilrimngham. P.ii'.mixgiiam. Ala., November o. Hon. Charles F. Crisp, speaker of thc house, spoke to an audience of two thousand at the opera house in this city last night. His speech was well received; very effective and will have good effect foV the democratic candi date. Cleveland Will Send Condolence. Washixotox, November 3. Cable ad vices from the United States legation, at St. IVterburg reached the state de partment last evening announcing the death of the Czar. The official an nouncement will be sent without delay by a message from the president con veying to the Czarina expressions of the nation's condolence, with other official recognition of the sad event. tlu Houses Destroyed by Fire. Greenville, Miss., November Two gin houses were destroyed by fire iu Washington county late last night. That of Dr. J. A. Shackleford, near Holmes station with thirty bales of cot ton, and that of John T. Curry, near Leesburg. with over one hundred bales of cotton. The Statement Confirmed. Sidney. N. S. W. November H. Lloyd's agent here confirms the state ment that one hundred and eleven pas sengers and twenty-three of the crew of the Union ship Warapara were drowned in the wreck of that vev-el on the coat of New Zealand. f ranklin Murphy a Senatorlnl Candidate New Voc.k. November .".. Franklin I Murphy, a wealthy varnish manufac turer, the chairman of the republican j state committee of New Jersev- has de- ! eided to become a candidate for United ! States senator against Senator Sowell. ' Louisiana Suj;ar House Hums. j JU nkie. La., Novembers. The Lein ster sugar house is burning. It W longs to G. W. Sentell. jr.. of New Or leans. They had only been grinding a few days. There is a large crop on the plantation this year. Loss ?.. ooo. Cotton Closes at a Steady Uise. Nkw York, November .".The Sun's cotton review says : Cotton declined 1 to 'J points, but recovered this ami ad vanced 4 to 5 points, closing- steady at a rise of 3 to 4 points. The sales f a V0,000 bales. A STRANGE I1IBB0GLI0. ! I Premier Est nip's Contempt for the Will of the Danish People. Thp Close of a Long and Most turionf Pol it bal St ruggle C hsracterSstlca of tli ISi?mr'-k of IVnmark. The late resignation of Jacob Estrup. prime minister of Denmark, brings t a close one of the longest and most curious political struggles of the pres ent century, says the San Francisco Call. To understand it it is necessary to go back nearly thirty years. In 1S0 the present constitution of Denmark was approved by the monarch. L'nder it the executive power was lodged in the hands of the king and the legis lative power in those of the diet, con sisting of the landsthing and the folkesthing. Under this constitution, in 1875, Jacob Estrup became prime minister. Five years afterward the king and his ministry resolved to un dertake a system of fortifications which were to cost a large sum of money and to involve heavy taxation. The folkes thing which corresponds to our house of representatives refused to assent to the project, and took that oppor tunity of insisting on its right to initi ate financial measures and to require the resignation of a ministry which could not command its support. Both demands were negatived by the king. He claimed the right of choosing his ministers without regard to the wishes of the folkesthing, and he insisted on framing a budget to suit himself, T .A 1 1 1 j n.sirup naugntny reiuseti to resign office. xne dispute enaea in a compromise by which the king yielded everything except the right to choose his minis try. But in 1881 the quarrel broke out afresh with increased virulence. Four times the monarch dissolved thefolkes thing, but at each election the lib- I erals gained strength. In 1883 a vote of f cnfidence . in Estrup was passed by a large majority, and the supplies were reduced to a minimum before they were voted. Estrup went on administering the government as though there was no such body as the folkesthing in existence. The king ut terly repudiated the idea that the peo ple could dictate his choice of a minis try, and in retaliation the popular as sembly threw out every measure which Estrup proposed. The agitation gained strength until, in 18S5, the folkesthing absolutely re fused to vote the budget, and left the obnoxious Estrup ministry without means to carry on the government. The king retorted by dissolving the diet. Thus freed from popular inter ference he and his ministers promul gated a ro3'al law embodying" a list of appropriations and empowering the ministry to collect taxes and make all necessary expenditures for the conduct of government. In other words the constitution was suspended. This ab normal condition of affairs has gone on ever since. The king and his ministers frame a provisional budget, which is approved by the landsthing, or house of lords, and is rejected by the folkes thing. It is nevertheless put into force, the taxes are collected and the government is carried on. The pop ular house protests, but it has never seen its way to enforce its protests by an appeal to arms. Whenever a com promise has been proposed the king has insisted that it should embrace a bill of indemnity for the unconstitu tional acts of the past eight years, and the leaders of the popular party have always refused to surrender their right of impeaching the usurping min isters. The protracted existence of this curi ous anomaly has been due to various causes. In the first place there is no one in Denmark who can compare in energy and persistency with Jacob Estrup. He is like a rock against which popular clamor dashes itself with idle spray. He is not to be moved by threats or argument. What he has resolved upon has got to be. And he is backed up by a house of lords the landsthing which merely exists to register his desires. King Christian is a well-meaning, honest man of the Bourbon type. He believes he knows what is wisest for Denmark far better than the people do. In political af fairs he is like Charles II. of Eng land and Charles X. of France rolled into one. Personally he is a delightful man, genial, kindly, familiar with let ters and art, and admired by all who come into contact with him. He is the father of a large family; one of his sons is king of CJreece, one of his daughters is empress of Russia, and another princess of Wales. It may safely be assumed that the leaders of the folkesthing were notified when they fell out with his majesty that be fore proceeding to extremities they j had better consider whether England and Russia might not feel imrlle'' by family ties to take a hand in the con troversy. Now at last Estrup has re signed and a new minister will prob ably be disposed to seek lii own com fort by composing his differences with t'le people f Denmark. P urk I'armhijj. It i- v.v.rihy of rote that the Chinese very, very lorg ;:-o h;itehd out their ducks by ;;rtifiei::l hc:it. ;;nd the incu-bat-rs th::t seem so -- -nderful to us at the p-M'.ltry shows r.ud country fairs wire an old story in the east long be fore orr gre:it-;rramlf;:thi r . were born. It is likely, s: y- H.iriv ". del v, that we got tli.' ;:. lcstL-ate 1 du-.k from China. 1 !:; ;;go th.it we know not when, and the writer - on natural his tory content t!u ::i i Ives with telling us that it i derived fni i the mallard. rniod i:i m::i? c:is- v duck and t1.: zw .!".;: 11 th hl:r. Ic duck." 'i h ? tin ilii -'.i 1 1 : 1 ; n wit-. of i"i;it u -ullv p". i.:-ln on u-.:n. f- r t v.o :: ly in-:: t.ri u . V.'nt, ur:ili--t tisMire; us. in duck is a in t faitiifal th rnuk rJians t'.on of ;:i--t t .10 ;pjM -1 by civili . li ir 1 i .-tru-t-rij-a thv nat . that the wiid l'.uban:. a:i-l remains paired for life, while the domestic drake ia taoot notoriously po- lyg-amous. I Mrs. M. E. Wade Stonewall, Tenn. A Helpless Invalid Kidney and Liver Trouble and Nervous Debility 16 Years of Suffering Ended by Taking Hood's. "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "The effects of Hood's Sarsaparilla in my cast have been truly marvelous. It far surpasses any other medicine I have ever taken. For 18 years I was troubled with torpid liver, kidney trouble and nervous debility, and was A Helpless Invalid. I have been taking Hode's Sarsaparilla for three months and I feel that I am cured. I feel better now than I have for sixteen years. I thank God first, for my health, and C. I. Hood & Co., second, for Hood's Sarsaparilla. I have recom- Hood'sSa; Cures mended it to all my neighbors and several ot them ace using Hood's Sarsaparilla with cood results. I am 53 years old and feel better than I uia ai au." jurs. ii. wade, stonewall, reno. Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly &n(t efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c. Thirty-Fourth Annual Statement EQUITABLE 1.1 FE ASSURANCE SOCIETY For the Year Ending December 31st, 1891. ASSETS. Bonds and Mortgages t22,S0$,91C.:t item .h.staie.inciiKiittKUie Equitable Buildings and purchases under foreclosure of mortgages 23,92s, 724.53 United States Stocks, state Stocks. (,'iiy Stocks, fc other investments 89,253,193.42 J.oans secured hv Bonds and Stocks (Market value, f 9,449,211) 6,934,403.33 Heal Kstate outside the state of ev York, including Durchaf-es under foreclosa re 14,396,857.04 l'ash in Bank and in transit (since received and invested) 5,294,463.13 I meres', ana Kent due ami accrued, Deferred Premiums and other Securities 6,439,378.11 lotal Assets December 31, 193 $lt!9,056,396.90 LIABILITIES. Beserve on all existing Policies (4 per cent. Standard) and all other liabilities Total Undivided Surplus (4 per ct. Standard), including Special Re serve of (2,500,000 towards estab lishment of a 3 perct. valuation... (13fi,689,64G.57 32,366,750.33 (169,056,396.90 We certify to the correctness of the above calcu- EUion oi the reserve and surplus. From this sur plus the usual dividends will be made. (i i: . W. I'h i llics, J. G. Van Cise, Actuaries. INCOME. rremmms (35.537,369.59 interest. it nis, etc M85,23d.M "$42022,605;53 DISBURSEMENTS. Claims by Death and Matured Kn dovvments Dividends, Surrender Values, An nuities Discounted Endowments Total Paid Policy -Holders Commissions, Advertising, Postage and Exchange tieneral Expenses, State, County and t it v Taxes (10,761,402.80 6,888,912.6?. $17,650,315.4.'. 4,015,745.29 3,089,438,03 ?25,355,4987S0 New Assurance written in 1893.. Total Outstanding Assurance 8205,280.227. OC 932.532.577.0C W. JRODDEY. Rock Hill. S. C WALL PAPERS ! Just Think of It, left Wall Panftra From $3 flO Pf r Room Up. ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS OF French anrl American Wall Papers! In stock. Will eoon have them on exhibition in the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. building. 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My virtue of authority contained in a mort gage deed executed to tne uuuereniii u uj Lesley Holman and wife, I will offer at public outcry to the highest bidder at the court houe door in Durham on Monday, November .", 1!M, at 12 o'clock m., a tract of land containing nineteen-huiidredths (19-H b) ot an acre more or less, and adjoining-the lands ot Jieubcn Barbee, Emma Dean, Tom Strudwick and others, said land lying and being in Durham county, Durham township, . C. For further desci i tion of same see book No. 18 of mort gages, pag. s 39 aud 40, in the register s office of Durham county, C. D. Z. & P. P. O BUI ANT, Mortgagees. Charles E. Turner, Attorney. C AUTION All persons are cautioned against purchas ing Telephone Instruments requiring Battery tvr their onerntion. or usinsr instruments ot this description except under license of the 4 m a-wir-a n .) I Tolpnhflllp Vm Tl Tl V. Of IiOS- tnn. Mass. I This company owns letters-patent No. 463, 69, granted to Emile Berliner, November 17, 1S91 for n romhined t.eleerraDh and telephone. and controls letters-patent No 474.231, granted to Thomas A. Edison. May a, ly-', ior a speasa ing telegraph, which patents cover funda mental inventions and embrace all forms of microphone transmitters and of carbon tclej f phones. WE PRINT FOR FACTORIES! WE PRINT FOR BANKS! WE PRINT FOR WAREHOUSES! WE PRINT FOR MERCHANTS WE PRINT FOR ALL! CALL ON OR ADDRESS THE EDUCATOR CO. DURHAM, N C NORTH CAROLINA, DUrtHAM COUNTY. Superior Court. Sal lie Wade 1 v. V Notice. John C. Wade, j The defendant above named will take notice I that an action entitled as above has been com- menced in the perior Court of Durham County by the issuing of summons, which has been returned by the men trot uut nam coun ty, eodored "After due diligence iot to be found in Durham County.' and thereupon an order has r en made by the Clerk of the Su- penorCourtof Durham . .ninty that service of said summons le mae by publication once a week for six consecutive week" in The Dur- I ham ulobe, a newspaper puoushea in Dur ham. J. o., reiuirinir tae saia aeienaant to be and appear at a Superior Court to be held in and for the County of Durham, at the court house In the City of uurbara, on the seventh Monday before the first Monday of March.it being tee 14th day of January, 115, to answer or demur to the complaint in the said action. And let the said defendant take further notice that said action' is brought for the pun ose of dssolvlng the bonis of matrimony existing be tween the plaintiff and defendant. This the 1 1th day ot September. A T.. 1J94. C. B. GREEN, Clerk r-uperior Court. Fred. A. Green, Attorney for Plaintiff. ! xtotipp av 4riMIVlTTiiiv Having this day -jualined as administrator of Alvi.- Rigga. deceased, this is to notify a 1 ier sons hiving claims against said o-tate to pre sent the same to me on or Let ore October I'l, 1, or this notice will be plead in oar of their recovery: and all persons owing said estate are requeued to settle the same with meat once. This October 1, lssu. R. C. TIL LEY, Adlminif trator of Alvls RijrfcS o S. A. L. totween Durham and H, ii, ,. mouth, Kichmond, Washington h , Philadelphia and New York, and iV''"-. North; and Baleen. Monroe. Athcn " and all points South and Wen ' A,-r.t4 Daily Ex. Sunday. Durham. IIcudcron. N. Ilouri'l. No. o. it. ; rn Ar I'Ttl P n. 2 1 Kittrtll. Franklintoe, Louisburg, Wae, i: u Warren Plains, Littleton, VN eldon, Bo kins. Franklin, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Norfolk, i" r, w 1 ' a a ' " h a P in u p III l. p m i.v p n i.v Petersburg (A. C. L.) Uicbmond Washington (V li 11) Baltimore, Philadelphia, " New York. No. 131. 11 Oil a m 3 ;U p in 4 S2 p in ou p in H20 P in j 12 54 a tn 2 05 a m 1 37 p m 3 00 p in j 1:tT V' P m . 4.. p a 1 1 .1 a m ' ': P m u m '' a m h m : l- P m New York, Baltimore. Washington. Kichmond, vortolk, Henderson. Haleigh, Monroe, Athens. Atlanta, Nos 12, and 134 Solid Pullman Vctn,u--Trains between Washington an.! Atlant . Irains38 and tl have through .1. . for Washington. ' iui luia mm tthUlllif ion r 11. I nmn -nn .1.. - IVAvlAllr nn.l ft ' . L J A . 1- k No. 38 makes close connection at Ihirhim with train from the west on It. X I. r:nlr., No. 41 makes close connection :.f .' with train going west on It. & 1). raiir.a.l. ror further information in remir.i t. ,.m necrlons. etc.. apply to It. I. Cheatham, atrerit Durham, N. C. ' JOHN II. WINDER, General Manawr T. J. ANDERSON. G. P. A. RALEIGH, N. C, LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE. Good Companies Kenresenteil Sollf it. Your Patronage. RE AVIS & WILLIAMS, BOOT, SHOE MAKKRS Main Street, M. Eake's Fruit Store, Where you can have your work done with the best of satisfaction. New work, to order from $3 to 7, and half soloing from ft) cents to SI. All work given prompt att-ntion. DR' J. J. TUAXTON, With fifty years' experience as a (iencral ractitioner, tenders his services to the citi zens ol Durham. His specialties: Mucouf. Membranes, Glands and Nerves (females in particular). Indigestion, Bronchitis, Scroiula. 'onstipation and Headache, Secondary and lereditary Diseases. Home at C. M. Hern- don's. Ollice over Jones' Jewelry Store. OIla.e hours, v o clock a. m. to VI m.. and from : p.m. o 4 p. m. Dnlin p U! D.W.WHITAKER Kn iwn to the people of Durham for tweptj years as a leader in printing of all knuis. hi on Monday next, resume charge of thc WHITAKER PRINTING OFFICE The office will be enlarged and improves tv additions of Modern Types and Materials And will be prepared for any work in the printing line. Mr. Wbitaker will have jxr sonal charge of the orhce, and patrons may t assured that the work will be first clao.. The office will remain at the present fctand on Main street. Y ARBOROUQH H0US3 "The Old Reliable," RALEIGH, N. C. L. T. BROWN, Proprietor I he Cuisin.; is excellent and the location un excelled. "The Old Reliable" was never ftt kept. And the Yarborougb Is where joP" who know, stop. lui'liaiii Furniture FURNITURE From 10 to 25 per cent !e than cost. Fresh Fisli an ARRIVE DAILY AT 1 STALL NO. MARKET HOUSE 6, Give u a call onte and yen w! come again. otice: Hy virtue of a mortgac a" ' lope Lfiwe to the Cngnvt. Hretbrenof Salem and vicinitv. ' able on the 1st day of K-toit-i . recordel in Ux.k No. PJ. ig-!j olnee of register of deed l;r '; i ...oi cll t,. thn hliiiiCt l l'. r - .c.J -r .1 HttJx; o'c ock. on Monday court house door in Hurt a:. i. 11 ,'linivl3 d b-Pcriled tract of lanjl to wit - - ( err ,,descl the northeast fork .d V - :ontaininjr two hundnl and f.n ,rvttri- si or less The Congregation of of Salem, Morte & ;I.V 10 i'l ; ,Ar 12 40 ! Ar 227 i A r 2 47 Ar 3 ;.- j Ar J lo j Ar 1 Twi Ar 2 2t Ar 3 JU Ar ar4 i Ar 4;2 A r 5 in Ar 5 V Ar 6ou A r 5 r; Ar 6 10 A r 1 1 10 Ar 12 48 Ar 3 45 t Ar io , makes close connection at l'ort-mni iv, with Bay Line for Baltimore; tl,l n,,mini,.n steamers for New York every day in U,.. " ? except Friday. With Merchant ami MirJr. Line lor Boston and Providence every uivn the week exceDt TuesdavB and Tini.w,t ... ..' - "n i ."(ll l . 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