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TIID AEQUO. THURSDAY, .TANPARY 6, 1898. CwrCCCCCCCCCOOOCCCCCCCCOOOCO o nm .Pi They Can't Cheat You Now 4 Government Stamp Ozrtifyiny to thAjf ami Purity is oa Every SatUa of the OLDCROW HERITAGE WHii B tiT lha Internal Inmw Sm-idwt tv Cor and C-'-.u'.. Ii Bat brt.a, wi that t brar l bmm W. A. Qatar A Co. r"" Gtrrmmmt Gmtrjntrt lmt w stik . PUmf. mi rmr-cuss wwxisut am ktoi dcuirs sui n COCCCCCCCCOOG c cccocccoocc o G 3 O o o o Professional Cards. ATTomnn. MoCAJKEJK A MaCA8UI5, liwiili M La. ne. taaod sad aUsa, Mnat Hwi wwwr una a aasa . Km a Nm mm J.CK30X IIU83T, ) fel rs m Lav. k.tal Wmsaal t. t. BOACU. A taint t HUt, IMM OaOMthM a Of- O K1L 1 LDDQLPH. Atsanay m Law. walM, Oaa'at tarai Ir&at Saw, Notary raMKv INS laaaaa Bra. a, muurt tias. a, mnit. . t walcsa. SWISS IT ) WALEIB, ' Attar aa4 OaaanBan M Law. oa,. s CMAELKd J. IUL1LX, ImnI Attnri. ftmaaauar M la. Oat H IWlMlllllW. I'M njar aa read aan m. asaa ubMxtaua Maiania. Mikakau aauara Mlfaaii X Lya BaUdta. CHAS. 1L 1IUBBELL, Aitoaaay at I.taJianlo af la iTaaa. m A. ratiiciaira. VUL Wil. JL PAT r 05, Lata PMai rvrin aa4 Unrtaoa J i vwoa vauaii ttaiiai, laieac. fMDaa wanaa Itmn Traaiaaa WiUlaa. , Tl'ti iffiM mi4 Mraataaata Mraat. TalfBkiaa I W3. UAIra hoar TUt M a. a. ; I M I a. av aiiat i a. av F. U. FIB3T. M. D. rknla aa4 tarfaaa. IVM I a twt. Offiaa. C Tvra Mvia i4ri nma Him-- wain av: f MtMltnlk av 8im4y, I.J9 hita.aL;iM wia.a ptinm. a U IILTU, o?KnaVaiatTM n. AICSRBCTS. J AMIS P. HUB BILL, ArktMaaa4a M.KMafl Ln MI DIACXAEISSJ, ArtbJMCM ta4 Ba"rtlWlSMv rvoi I35IT OATTJI. Ptop. ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE WORK. BHU Iara4a4 to Maka CWrparatloaa "ray nam FrrlKJiL" Fprln?nell. Jan 1 In ths annate tm- Wiry the i.-itorlal aifwrtionr.-.f nt siu a read a aecond lime and ad irc1 to third rcadln. terry intra ned hit amended revenue till, which H almllar to the on Introduced by AndcIWft In the hctiae. Fliinnlrlrk In. lrdueed a ImII provlJlna; ihat any In rurance mrorany dr.lne businesa In thin atate rrall pay a tax of S per cent, on rme prrmluma collected from persona witMn tnit rtate. raid revenue to be need fr renernl state burixaca Re ferred to committee on revenue. Eayler Introduced a bill In the houaa d?lRned to enaMe the asveaaor to Ret at tr.nneya. itotk.i. bonds. ete In safety ier vlt au!:a. The AnJcrcnn revenue bill waa ei.n.'idtrrd. Several aectlona ere read, but nothln done with them er"il Ij pontiw ne to r.ext Tue,i. The aenate revenue mmmlttee baa de tlard in favor t.f retainln township aenr. The aenate aubommittee rn rt rnu ttu derided to take up the Berry bill aa a baU upon whlrh to erart a bill to be rr rented to the tenatt. . - lava LecMalen Arrilae ! Molnea. la- Jan C The mem. here cf the kglflttare txan to arrira ! fVa ll!r resiorda.. tor th me-1 . In next Mon lay. Lam nljtht It waa an- noon.-e.i tnst an the candidates for preaker before the IteptiM'rsn rateus ha 1 ith !nn In favor of J. II. Funk, ef HarJ.n manly. This Insures the election of Funk by the unanimous tUpulllcan ote. The lat ti wltht!ra.v were Itauref'. of Itlackhawk. enJ uaveroar. or caifean county. THE MARKETS. .' Cblrata Craia aad Pradara. Chicaen. Jan. S. rnlbvalne; were the quvfattonVinn the r'rl f Tra today.: Vhat Jenu- ary. orncJ lc. rka?d Way. nied lr. rluanl K; July, opened W?c. clee1 :hc. Corn January, otenel ar.d eh nominal: klivir, opned and cfciexl rc: iily, opened Mo, ct Vr. tai January, opened ann iM nmrrMl; k!ay. oiier.ed and flowed riKe; July, oper.ed and rloeed n cntn:l. I' rV January. pned I'.SI'i. rlitM $J(: !y. pcceL M.I.". r..t i t:'.. I jir.'Janurj-. cned $1 T.'i. rinaed li.tt'.ii Way. opened II. M, rlcsed IK iTodoeer flutter Kxlra rream ry. tit per lb: extra dairy. lie:" freah pitcal in nt m. Kr. Fees rteh atnek. r per dot. I3rerl 1't.ullry Turkeys, suc lr p; ciih kena. y c: Uu ks. ttc. IVtatoes Northweatem. Mity e rr Ur. Sweet ruta'.oes lilinjU, Ci,lM ff LbL alease Live Mark. CMraRo, Jan. S. M'-ea F!lmatid recetfle fir the day. 41MV- eaka ranged at 3 &i 1&5 for pica. Jf2U t.-r llchl. Ur.iXtS for reuch parl!fe. 12 .2 for w'-jed. anl JK'.iitr'j for heavy parking and hiprinc Iota. Cattle Kxilmated re. reipts l'r the day. quotations ranged at IJtH'WS.Sn for choice to extra hl t ln Mrera. ft ir.Jtl.S5 a-ood to choice do. M.r.Gt.tt fair to rood. SIMttiMO Cu'mmon to meJi'im d. 12 TOti4.20lul h era" eteera, 3.Wit;3 ttockera. nH fll feeder. $1X3) cowa. :.04.50 heir-m. l:.:Vi4. bulls, txen and viae. tlPMil Ji Texas strcni.and t3.S04i(.;S veal calve, b'heep and Lamls i-tl-mated receipts for the day. U.OOO; guo litna ranKed at J30i4 wenttms. Ilio&l.:: natfi-ea. and tl.Iogs.Si lambs. JtllaaakeoCrala. Milaaukee. Jan. S. M'heat txwer: No. I northern. M4( Vrn ladr: No. J. WSfTIV. Vr.r ii'xnrr; .a z wnue, jflii'iC i;ye blaJy. No. I. 4;4;tic Cora-ms. IUr-Tm.nhy. 9a. wild, ttQKT. I Vt loe- ts&e. rT-t"a rkwkeas-asBs. Turfcera-ee. Dua-ALe. To-, oreaaod, !0c raal-Soft. Kta. .! - aMa - A w. wwisaj swmhi w peiT IW rsjn ic-jj mif wV,te,tfffitkifciillft.!ie; evlvc,4i aaeea-SA CASTORIA Tor Iafkata aad.CUldztm. WMTIIE TOPIC Of Most of tht Newt That Comes from WsshingtonCivil Serv , ice Reform Modification. feHEKafAT8 VIirW8 OH THE 8TJBJECT. M's Nerveriae Pills Tax Pmi remedy io Irallaa afl acrToas tfaKaaa o the 4S4af&K All AVJ-ILA1 L wW. a.. A - n. mcb NcrrcN fWraboo, FaOiac or fofwc f Tobacco or Optua, wbick. HCemMm aai loat-ity. SUM per Km by saJ) ft bases fa, tSjCOL ten aeaas aad TweatMth toeat. lo WaaM Exempt Serea Fealtlona la Bis Iaajtrt Gaga Piaaaacs la Tan lawaa ftnml Thaaiaad Pwaldeat Ex. peeted to Order the Saceted Chaaaea roblts af the MadlOctiloa Bin Frasaed by Bepabllcaa BepreacnUtivea. TVaahington. Jan. S. Secretary Sher man yesterday sent to the senate his response to the resolution asking- the bcada of departments for suggestions aa to changes In their respective de partments. Sherman recommends the ex emption of the heads of bureaus and the chief clerk of the state department from the operation of the civil service law. T found." he' says In his statement, "upon entering; my duties as secretary of state that the entire clerical force of the department. Including the chief tlerk at JI.500 and nix chiefs of bureaus at $2,100 each, were under the civil service law under a presidential ord r extending; its operations so as to em brace those officers. My opinion Is that these aevea positions should be ex cepted from the operations of the laws governing the dvU service, and I so recommend should any changes of the civil service law b eontemplated. Weald Uake acres Flaeca Exempt. . "These officers should be either ap pointed by the president by and with the advice and concent of the senate, or the secretary of state should be aa for merly, acting for the president, em powered to appoint them. All these ofllcers bear a close personal re'ation to the secretary of state In the conduct of the departments cf the business. It is through them under the assistant sec retaries that he Is enabled to transact his official duties, and it would seem to be the part of prudence and dis cretion that they should be in sym pathetic touch with the head of the department to Insure co-operation and harmony of action." Iea Not CampUIn af the Incumbent. The secretary concludes with th statement that he makes no complaint arainst tne f resent occupants of these offices, but he thinks that upon general principles the secretary's- hands shituld not tied." 'This freedom of action on the psrt of the secretary of Et Jte which should never have been curtailed." he say?, "would. I believe, promote the public interests. It should certainly In still Into those officers a desire to ren der the best p.iss ble service to the de partment and stimulate their hiphest endeavors to discharge their official duties in harmony with the wishes of the secretary of state." Cmf Woald Esriapt Thoounda. The letter written by Secretary Caps 1 wgrests chaneea In the civil acrvir- regulations which. If made, would tak,2 oeiween f.w and 5.000 appointment. out of the civil service claslHcatinn and place the selection In his hands or in those of the president. It Is the Ren crai undLrstanding that whether or not congress acts nnun the nuezMtinni nt the heads of the several departments. In conformity with the sursfstlons. th president will make most of thesa chances by executive ord?r. Wilson of theairrl cultural department. nays that the cnler trouble In his department Is with emjloyes covered Into the service with out examination. cuiF.r'Toric ix congress, too. Both Heaves C.lve Their First Day Arter Holiday to Civil Sen Ire. Wanhlur.on, Jan. . The presenta tion of the replies of the members of the cabinet to the resolution calling for Information as to the application of tha civil fcrvice law to the various depart ments of the government, together with the consideration tr the bill establish ing a bureau for the twelfth census, precipitated a civil service debate in the senate yesterday, when It recon vened after the holidays. Cullom, th author of the resolution: Allen of Ne braska, Cockrtll and others took part In the debate, wblch was nt particu larly interesting except in spots. Davis gave notice that he would call up the Hawaiian arnexnticn treaty next Mon day in executive sersion. The most im portant measure introduced was a con current resolution by Teller declaring all the bends of the United States, prin ci;al and Interest, payable in sixteen-to-one silver dollars, and that such ac tion is no violation of public faith. It was referred. Like th senate, the first thing that struck tliel-.ouse waa a civil service de bate, the subject coming up on the Item in the legislative, executive and Judicial appropriation bill for the main tenance of the commissicn. The de bate in the house is only preliminary to any programme which the enemies of the law may agree upon. The mem bers of the house are divided Into three camps on this question those whortand by the law, those who advocate its en tire repeal, and those who desire Its modification. While the talk li going on In congress the special committee of Republicans appointed by a caucus of opponents of the present law has drawn up a bill which makes sweeping changes in the rrejen system, the most important of which Is the establishment cf a Eve year tenure cf office for those govern ment emrloves who are broucht with in the terms of the bill. The measure limits the application of the civil ser vice system to the departments In Washington and to such other locali ties where the total cumber of employes reda Im intv.flr. All iMMilntMi commissioned for five years, with the I rvw-i l ciuu . v it.i ij ivsuimlcu lull I vested in the appointing power. It is provided, bo never, that ne removal shall be made for political or religious I causes, and In case of removal the cause shall be specified and the papers made a record of the office. All persons now ip the public ser vice are to termirate their scpvlce five years firm the time that the act takes effect. The measure recognises the general eligibility of these persons for reappointment. It Includes in the civil rrrtoe postal clerka and letters car riers la office having over tea esc Teller' Silver Resolution. Washincton. Jan. 6. The recnlnttnn introduced in the senate yesterday "de claring the bonds of the United States payaoie in silver dollars Is in the lan guage Of a resolution introduced hv Stanley Matthews in the Forty-fifth congress, and which passed both houses. .tellers purpose is to secure a vote upon the resolution, which received an iimost two-thirds majority wlten pre iously considered. The resolution u re fe reed to the finance comm'.tteee, and majority of the members cf that cem- tnlttee are friendly to silver. Crank Haunt the W hite House. Washington. Jan. 6. The nolice offi cers at the White House were vester- day obliged to arrest a cnnilc. He was a miankj-apeu tserman named Jacob Clements, who said he lived in New Ycrk. For the nast three .davs he hu haunted the White House, endenvorinv to obtain access to the president. Yes terday he called and announced that God had sent him; that ha bore th mnrk on his brow and that he must sec the president When he was denied ne became boisterous. Confirmed by the Senate. Washington. Jan. 6. The senate con firmed tlieae nominations: Consuls Church Howe, of Nebraska, nt Tnl. erwo. Sicily: P. C. Hanna. cf Iofta. at t?an juan, Forto Kiro: William K. Her sog, cf Illinois, at Zittnu. Germany; Archibald A. Young, of Indiana,, to be surveyor of customs for Indianapolis, ma. L exdtJSlve of subordinate. Tt th civil service regulations to Whose comnensatfnn fmm eon 11,800 per year, and includes as clerks PylSt. C(imni)wra onnn(M - - - 1 -.VWU.CM draftsmen. It is pointed out that the uai idea or the foregoing bill is to OUt of the civil aervir alt k. sponsible and important officers. limit- omy to cterfc In Washington and i targe cities and In these cases a tenure of office of five years. fores limit clerks to S1.SI copyists. draftsmc essential take ing certain fixing Nominated to Official Positions. Washington, Jan. . Tb name of harles Page Bryan, to be minister to hlna, was presented to the senate in cecntive session yesterday and re ?rred. Among the nominations sent the Senate Wf-re the follnnrlno- KTool McMillan, cf Michigan, consul at Port Sarnia. Ont.: Edmor.d z Illinois, now consul at Breslau, Ger- iny. at ifuerth: Leander P. Mitchell, Indiana, assistant comptroller of tn treasury. Collectors of internal reve- John W. Patterson, Third dis of Iowa: John M Kemhle VTiurth district cf Iowa. Pension agent, Jona- n aiernam, at Chicago. Win Kot PubUih the Pension BolL Washington, Jan. 6. The pension list ui not ne published. The secretary me interior is decidedly opposed to ! proposition. He does not believe would result In any cood. but would furnish the claim agents with material lor anotner raid upon the treasury. He thinks that the exnerience cf the de partment when the lists were published rore, some twenty years ago, would repeated. Then the old soldiers we-a deluged with enticine circulars from claim agents, who offered tosecurethem an increase it they would advance motley to pay expense of wcrklne un the evidence. w of the It Wantai a Tax oa Mixed Flonr. Washinctcn. Jan. 6. Senator Mason yesterday introduced a bill flxlnv a ane. clal tax upon the manufacture of mixed flour, manufacturers being required to pay ymu. Mixed flour is defined by the bill to be the food tiroauct made from wheat and mixed with ground corn or other foreign substances. Wants That Seal Law Repealed. Washington. Jan. S. Johnson of North Dlfkota introduced a bill in the house yesterday to repeal the lawwhlch has lust cone Into effect relative to pelagic sealing and the importation of seal skins taken by pelagic sealers. Want a Gold Standard Alone. Washington. Jan. 6. RenraHent.Mive Clark, of Iowa, has Introduced a biil making the soil dollar the sole unit of vaiue. DEADLY AFrrtAY AT CHICAGO. Court Bailiff Shoots to Death a Man Who Waylaid Him. Chicafro. Jan. C. Edward. M. Hunt. ex-deputy fheriff. was shot and killed yesterday aftsrnoon Ly W. Ray Smith. a baiiifi in Judge Ilortoa s court, and a nephew of th fudge. The men quar reled sorr.e time aro over a email sum of money due .f rem Smith to Hunt, and yesterday as Smith was walking along tne street Hunt lumncd out from be hind a bi:lldtrtf anil onered fire Smith held up to protect himself a quart "brick" of ice cream which he was can-vine, and Hunt's firrt tiullet was stopped by IX. Smith then drew a revolver ana ootn men urea as rapidly as they could. Hunt was hit in the side and died In a few minutes. Smith was shot In the left hand and right leg. lie surrendered himself to the police. That Michigan Tax Title Case. Lansinc. Mieh Jan.C. The Michicrfln supreme court has granted a rehearing in the celebrated tax title case of th Connecticut Mutual Insurance company against ood, decided two weeks ago acainst the purchaser of a tax title The effect of the decision was to over turn the settled policy of the state for thirty years, and the hearing was granted by the court upon its own mo Hon. THINKS CUBA IS LOST Editor Canalejas, of Madrid, Be lieves Spain's Cause Is a Hopeless One. HBSET FOB ATTACXHfG WEYLEB. Gen. Segnra Agrees with yCanalrjaa Coless Spain Sends Weyler or Polsjieva to Carry oa the War Pnndo Coca to Hunt Rebel Destitution and9eathAmong Concen trad os London Editorial Comment oa tha Situation la the Celestial Empire. Havana, via Key West, Fla., Jan. 6. Senor Canalejas Was coldly received at Santiago de Cuba. The Spanish Ca sino refused to tender him a banquet, and he was hissed on the street It Is understood that the position taken is due to the fact that be is the editor of El Heraldo de Madrid, which has vio lently attacked General Weyler. It is reported that his impressions regard ing Cuba are pessimistic and that he will advise the Spanish government to abandon the island. Yesterday General Blanco, General Parrado and General Pando called upon General Segura at the Hotel Florida to try to Induce him to remain in the island. He refused. He docs not wish to be responsible, he declares, forhe future development of the "disgraceful Spanish rule in Cuba." General Segura ts an intelligent and honest fishier, and is wholly disgusted with General Pando'a method of cam paign. He says Pando spends more gunpowder in greeting autonomy than in righting insurgents, and adds that in his opinion Cuba is lost to Spain un less the government sends General Polavieja or returns General Weyler. Believe rolavleja Would Win. The latter he considers out of the question, because General Weyler was relieved cf his command at the request of M'ashlngton. General Polavieja he holds in high esteem, believing that this officer cculd end the war If an ex termination policy were adopted. Gen eral Segura also believes war inevita ble between Spain and the United States,' and that the pretext for it will be the filibustering expeditions. The insurgents are carrying out the orders of General Maximo Gomez not to allow grinding, and they set fire to the cane fields wherever possible Trom one end of the islnnd to the other.. Pando Takes the Field. General Pando sailed this morning by the steamer Panama, going eastward. He will probably go first to Nuevitas, province of Puerto Principe, and from there by steamer to Gibara, thence pro ceeding to Santiago de Cuba. The in surgents recently made a strong at tack upon Nuevitas in considerable force, with loss on bot-h, sides. It Is be lieved tiiat this is the reason why Gen eral Pando is going there. Senor Va sallo, clvfl governor of Puerto Principe, sort Senor Primiles to the insurgent camp to induce the insurgents to ac cept autonomy and-to get a permit to drive, away his caUle. He was held by the Insurgents, but fortunately met a former servant in his household, now an Insurgent chief, who saved him from certain death. Insurgents Hntcher Sixteen Men. eaptain Cabalcarrl, chief of the guerrillas who captured the insurgent leader Villanueva, was soon after seized by the Insurgents, who ma oheted hrm, and fifteen others. .Senor Marcos Garcia, civil governor of Santa Clara, reports that ! reconcentrados died in that city during December Iasjt, nrid more than 1,000 in November. He predicts that about the same num ber Will die during the present mojith from lack of pod, clotlflng, fuel, shel ter and jr.edlcine. Consul Gene,raaLiee has called upon General Blanco with regard to the distribution of food and relief to the, rcconcentj-ados In the province of Santiago de Cuba. Monetary Commission Indorsed. Burlington, la., Jan. 6. A mass meet Incr of Burlington citizens Inst nlcht adopted resolutions indorsing the mone tary commission s report, ana dirty-ting the chairman' to select delegates tb the IndlanapcHs convention. Hartley II us tv Do His Time, Lincoln, Neh, Jan. 6. The supreme court last evening rendered a decision aflinr.ing the penitentiary sentence of twenty venrs im nosed on ex-State Treasurer Bartley, convicted of embes- Shng 1 10,000. That Chicago "floss" Show. Sprinsfi-ld. Ills., Jan. 6. The state board of agriculture began its annual meeting yesterday. It is estimated that the board lost $7,000 to J8.000 by reason of the recent horse" show held in Chi cago. Spinners' t'nion to Strike. New Bedford,. Mass., Jan. 6. The Spinners' union last night unanimous ly voted to strike against the reduction of wages, subject to the approval of the National Spinners' union. any Uvea Are s svad ; Bj th timely use ot Dr. Bell's Pine. " I f- IT , I ... lar-jiuuBjr. nnen a co;a Creeps noon too. or a couch racka nn .llangs, no remedy is so prompt or ef- icciuai. . This is the Packag remember it It contains Washing Powder that cleans everything quickly, cheaply and perfectly. r Largest pexAaj-freatrrt economy. Till. K. rUBatt coir AIT, 111 AN OPEN LETTER y To MOTHERS. WB ARB ASSERTING IN TIHS COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TUB EXCLUSIVE USB OF THE WORD "CASTORIA " AND PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our trabh mark. 7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Eyannis, EassacJiusett was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same thai has borne and does ncui ; f . on every bear the facsimile signature of C &j&SfM&j2iM mapper. This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been S J . m mm . usca m me nomcs of me Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at ths wrapper and sec that it w the hind you have always bought - 0n ike ax v"j v a iv and has the signature of per. No one has authorUu from me to Um run vnma r-v. cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President ' March 8, 1897. Q &ys-.?. Do Not Bo Deceived' Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which sonic cirumrist may offer yoa (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in gredients of which even he does not know. "The End Ton Have Always BonaM" BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having The End That Never Failed Yon, vas ccaTSua wput, tt auaaaT imu, ata oaa cm. INSURANCE. General Insurance Agent. The old fir tad Tnaa-ria OOBpaclaa Betansanta. LsmsPriaptljPild Bates a le a say talisM; eaaspsny as sTara. Tour ps.tnaiat.s1 aaUaaad A. D.HUESING, r nsurance Agent. 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Addrntt Arthur Burrall, manager, Kock Wand Or Colona, ILL DROP IN aaaSjSMaasaasaiaaaak BILLY CATTON-S White Seal saloon THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. SBIt'AGA RfCK lSIND & PAOFIC RAIL- ajr Tickets can K pnrchascd or kattsna ; . . T. I m . i . . . . -. I i S-. iwrmmn s reel aeuni, at . K IS e Crpot, enrrer Fifth arena and ThlrtT anit street, Frsak B Plummcr, Agent. TRAINS. Dqst Mra'toj a)(rnaa.. rt Wortfc. Dobt.1 S.j.. moreayclls Omaha A Des Moines....... tOssaha A KinnMimlla Omaba A l)t klo&ea Mx... tOxaba A aUnnasooMs Hi. DacTar. ljlnenla a omaba... 3k i'su s '.cess po'.i. Daovar, It. WortkA K.Q.. tKsnnaa City A Ht. JoMoh. iRock bland Wublaatan. Rntk (clan d Swart &mom. . Bock IslaadABrooklvn ,,., isnraum Tis wuon ... Barr. s nsM . 6t Mill tSKjbam tlll.lS on I;tuam US!U SAOas 6KWm 4:ssam U:10.a "Ui nil sa 410 ps eawpai Wist. s:v mn Hi:' is I H'p-a 1 Kin 4:Mrm. 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