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April 20, 1899
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT.
LB PATCH UP fl PEACE.
Filipinos Propose to Deal Between
America and the Insurgents.
WEALTHY CITIZENS TAKE LEAD
A Commit! Organising la Manila to
Confer With th Amarloen Commit
slon sod With Agnlimldo 'Important
BmuIU Boom Improbable.
Manila, April 10. A number of
hndng and wealthy Filipino Art or
ganlzlng a committee to 'take step to
bring about an understanding between
the rebel and the American. One
branch of this committee intends to
ask the United State Philippine com
mission to make a statement a to
what terms will be offered the rebel
if the latter will surrender, '
Another branch of the committee
will approach AgulnaMo with tho
terra and will endeavor to persuade
him to accept them, It i con did or ed
doubtful, however, if Any member of
the committee will endeavor to per
tonally confer with the rebel louder.
The committee includes several per
son recently condemned to death by
Aguinaldo for petitioning him , to
In an interviow with General La
Unrda, a Filipino, he ald that A com
mittee of twenty-two Filipino had
been appointed to confer with the
peace commission for the following
First To obtain a large autono
moue right for the Filipino people a
Second To bring about peaceful
relation between the Insurgent and
the American authorities.
Third To insist that American
and Filipino only shall occupy) pub
lic office. Arevalo, a former aid to
Aguinaldo, is now in Manila, lie said
in an interview that if the American
end emissaries to Aguinaldo now he
thinks a peaceful solution of the pre-,
sent trouble is probable.
Influential Americans think that
the commission of rich Filipino
is eager to protect property and ha
little Influence with the insurgent.
FIRST VOLUNTEERS TO LEAVE.
Minnesota, Dakota and rennslvanl
Troops Will rrobsbl II lotted.
Wasmmotom, April ' 10. Adjutant
General Corbin said to-day that a list
of those volunteer regiment which
would be brought home from the Phil
ippines would be announced in a few
day It is expected that some of these
organizations will re-enlist for six
month, and OeneraJ Otis has been di
rected by telegraph to designate the
order in which the other are to be re
turned to the United States,
It i probable that three of the reg
iment to be ordered home are the
Thirteenth Minnesota, the First South
Dakota and the Tenth Pennsylvania.
MR, CROKER MAY GO TO JAIL
The Tammany Chief Likely lo Do law
. snoned for Contempt.
New Yokk, April 19. In the session
of the Mazet legislative investigating
committee yesterday Richard Croker
was again the principal object of Mr.
Moss' examination, and the most im
portant development was tho proba
bility that the Tammany chieftain
and John F. Carroll will be the sub
ject of contempt proceedings before
the state legislature shall adjourn.
An adjournment of the committee
was taken until next Friday morning
and Mr. Croker was subpoenaed to re
appear before the session 00 next
Monday morning, lly the initiative
of Moss, many of whose question Mr.
Croker repeatededly refused to an
swer, and with whom he had several
sallies that camo very uear being per
sonal, the ehalrman of the committee
took such action as would leave Mr,
Croker in technical contempt. It waa
stated that when Mr. Fallows of the
committee left for Albany he had In
structions to prepare papers adjudg
ing Mr. Croker and John F. Carroll In
When the commlsslou began Its In
oulry about the Drat thing brought
up waa a resort known as the Itroad
way garden, which hail flourished In
the upper llroadway district for some
time. In this place the alleged rob
bery of a former mayor of 'ireutua,
Freak Megowaa, took plaoe. HI moo
Huttaer, the former proprietor of the
garden, mad sum slanting charge
against 1'olie Captain Trice, and hi
waiter eorreburated la part his testi
mony. Uuttasr test I fled that In Irw, when
he earn to this eily "a eouatry jay,"
he went to a rvrtala politU'lau, wna
told him h would have to the po
lio. II waa dtrtvlvd tu lusoeetwr
Willi, but he eottld ant him,
and atoi l"vWo, then A round tMaa, mow
tlutlair teetlfM that I'rio told hU
he oa4 e ti par Mm lot
ntu(h to laur tho pruleniUti f th
roMMl wake he elarlod, ant that If
anybody was rutfcol h ret was ta
lt he t ".tat 4 ., burnt
with tun fof tU saM-a," wlj
Vtaat tit the ttf Miw Hm
ltt. April I - Ike sale vl
l.tftfatt A Mjrs' Uva M,paay
was Mtptei.t ytrdy TH Amor
Waa T mmj Is IK ral j
, TlUatU C ! vl
V I itfft A WjrttS ., py tva ll.y
a4Ul4 that the lretr had lean
a4a lie said he Ul m nlu4 hi
tlfuaiU ti lt sh4 vMt,laov
tat ls k leaUt wMiii4 la
ytold, at he tl ieiksa44 in te
mmm la orP.-atVU t Ike sale, My,
Utw-4 mttn,l that k Mat start
a t4t-Ut twlawvu fetrv.
MANILA'S AWFUL LIQUORS,
A Few Drinks of "Vino" Mends American
Holrilm to tho Hospital,
Washington, April 19. Among the
serious problems confronting General
Otis at Manila none has caused great
er agitation than the alarming effect
produced upon American soldiers, par
ticularly the enlisted meu, by a se
ductive beverage which they procured
in native shops. It produced such
physical and mental demoralization
as to give rise to a suspicion that
the army of occupation was sys
tematically drugged or poisoned to
render tho men helpless to resist an
Insurgent attack. This native drink
was generally known as vino. It was
exceedingly palatable and Inexpen
sive, but a single drink of it unfitted
a soldier for active duty for the suc
ceeding twonty-four hours, while fre
quent potion sent the sotdier to
the hospital for a long period of ill
noss. When the source of the trou
ble was discovered General OtI was
disposed to prohibit th trafllo In vino
altogether, and to that end he re
ferred the matter to General Hughes,
provost marshal general of the cjty,
with a request for suggesstlous look
ing to a practicable eourse of action.
Oeneral Hughes . investigated the
trouble and his recommendation have
A long a Manila was oiowded wltk
troops the wine industry, unrestricted,
was lucrative, but now that most of
the American are In the field, prac
tically all the shop where It had been
sold are closed. General Hughe' la
dorsemont on the case was as follows!
"There are quite a number of arti
cles on sale at the wine shops in thl
city that are about the same thing.
They are a whitish liquor And usually
flavored, and sometime tinted by
some Innocent elements. They are
called numerous names anisado, vino,
beno, ttcotch whisky, etc. The
bnse of all of them 1 simply
alcohol. Commercial alcohol 1
manufactured here extensively from
tho refuse of sugar houses. It 1 very
pure and strong and can be sold at a
price that is far below that at wbloh
any other intoxicating drink ean be
produced. The wine vender take
thl alcohol of commerce and dilute
It, perhaps add A cheap flavoring,
maybe an Innocent coloring element,
and sell It under any name they see
fit t-J bestow upon it.
Anyone familiar with the old bottle
trade can tell about it by giving the
various prices of labeled bottles and
bottles not labeled. A Scotch whisky
bottle with a perfect label I a very
different article of trade from one of
the same kind without A label. The
police are Instructed to endeavor to
suppress the sale of these strong alco
holic drink to soldier A
"There are occasionally shop that
get fruit alcohol and put It on al as
a beverage. Thl material 1 Apt to
produce a very delirious condition,
Where suoh shop Are found the police
are to withdraw the licenses from the
$100,000 LOAN TO QUAY'S SON,
two Days After Itato rands Were Depoa
liod an Equal Amonat Was Lent.
Phii.adki.phia, April 19. When
court opened to-day In the trial of ex-
Senator Quay It waa evident from the
brief examination of Meyer Goldsmith,
the expert accountant, by District At
torney Bothermel, that Judge Middle's
decision ruling out testimony relating
to other than the alleged specific con
spiracy prevents the revelation of
many alleged manipulations by state
treasurers and others of the state,
funds on deposit in the People's bank
Mr. Goldsmith was upon ths stand
for less than five minutes to-day be
fore being turned over to the defense
for oross-sxaminatlon. In that time
Mr. Bothermel brought out the fact
that on .August , lt)9, 1100,000 was
deposited in the bank by State Treas
urer Haywood, making the state de
posit aggregate, 1000,000. Two day
later A loan of 1100,000 was made to
Blchard E. Quay on a not Indorsed
by Senator Quay. The witness aald
the book did not show whether th
loan of lioo.ooo was paid off or Dot
It has beeo stated, however, that the
loan was repaid after the bank closed
ou March It, it
TO KEEP HIM FROM SUICIDE
A fraath Beaato A. a The Uroyfas Us
olaraod to Vreaoa.
Fahis, April 19. Senator Trelroua
ha writtea to U. Lebret, minister of
justice, polatlag out the passage la
the tassaage of th.vernur llonlel uf
Cayenne, Intltualtng that Ihreyfu
w la had to eonisslt saleld and demand-
tag that eare be taken to preserve
tit prisoner frora any aeeldeat, and
especially from a violent death, the
rp"atlUtlUy foe which would fall wu
Mutator Trerlem says la his Uttet
he tkieee etteh a danger alone stftl
stent la Jtutifv tke immediate rUr
of lVfa to Franc.
teai Ce4 k ra
t'aoait. 111, April A Atidsr
lie 1 4 of frvnek tro, 1. 1 , w return
leg Iruui J fatkers laaerel, was
ajt4 o th toWi4 i t tttrekkearl
Sa4 fuMi4 hey dead frum f rigkl eattW
fey a horse ruaiiiag ay ttk her,
le laAtetod ),
MtBtMlla Ma, April l.-C. a
Je, te tf l ra tirifhe, editwf
if 'tris UsrytiU lvtiy kl,
is e,ta f 4 ta tks lttt rt yea
terdf, the grand J-ry kattag In lMe
kl, it m tid ttt tk lrt di ere.
Mis o ntlnN4 t tke 4an
Mtttr-tia, l4 , trd It !t Is
A sal pred etiu tkat at Uaat laly
eaa4t.'V Mill fotua tnrrvtr im he 11
;lu.ieaa tMiHMm dewaudiag
tto4itor fclaaat s k !
SHE FAILS TO RETURN
MISS HORLOCKER NOT YET
MUtaka of Her Arrival f'suned by Con-
fusing Her With lltir HUter, MIm Zora
HurlcH'ker of New York Vlty, Who Came
in th Afternoon. .
The promlHes of Mits Horlopker'a
friends and attorney that she would
bo in Harding Monday to face lu-r ftc-
cuwrs havo failed in fulilllmcnt,
Tho reported arrival of Miss llor-
loi-kcr was cauNcd by confuting her
with her sister, Mine Zora Horlockor
of New York City, who camo In on tho
afternoon train and whose presence In
Lincoln it wus thought gave riso to
the report. 1 .-. ,
Instead of the promiitcd preliminary
hearing tho proHt-cuting attorney, , W.
P. McC'rrary. went to Lincoln. On tho
same train was Klieriff John Klnnner-
ing, also John C. Htcven of counsel
for the accused, ,
The presumption is that since Mis
Korlot'ker did not return as nromlMed
the county attorney and , sheriff have j
gone to Lincoln to gei requisition pa-1
per and bring her back. It is claimed
that she i or has been at hheldon, Ja,,
although reports have had her and
her mother secreted in ' Hastings for
the past week, . . 1
A new feature In the case that 1
causing comment was the departure ,
from the city of a Judy who Is said to
have seen Miss Horlnuker in the hall
the day Mrs, Morey received the ' poi
soned candy, and should be one of the j
state s most important witnesses. Mie
is Mr. C. If. Hull and 1 said to be the
wife of a major in the Third Nebraska
volunteer, now being mustered out at
Huvunnab. Hlio ha been residing in
the same flats as the Morey all win
ter. Hhe left, it is claimed for O'Neill,
Mrs. Hall Is said to have seen Mis
Horlocker at Mrs. Morey' door. It is
now stated that Mis Horlocker will
be in Hastings for her preliminary
hearing ou Wednesday, .
Wednesday morning a dispatch from
fihcU'.on, la., conveyed the informa
tion tliut Mis Horlocker wa under
arrest there in compliance with the re
quest made by Sheriff Hinimering, and
will be held for the Adam county offi
cer, hho 1 prostrAteorana under a
nurse' care. It ia aald that her moth
er and friend have had a difficult time
in preventing her from destroying her
self. The belief seems to be gaining
ground mat jtus iioriocxer is not in
possession of her normal faculties.
PROMOTIONS IN THE FIRST,
Governor Poyntov Issues Orders as Com
mander-ln-Chlof of Nobrmsk Troop.
' The governor, a commaifder-in-chief
of the Nebraska troops ha is
sued the following order of promotion
for the vacancies caused by death,
resignation and discharge:
State or' Nkuraska, )
Adjutant Gknehal's Orrici V
Lincoi,!, A run, 17, 1800. )
Oeneral Order No. 5.
The following change in the com
missioned personnel of the First Ne
braska volunteers are hereby an
nounced: First Captain Frank D. Eager, com
pany H, major, vice Williams resigned.
Second First Lieutenant Harry L.
Archer, adjutant, captain company H,
vice Eager promoted.
Third Second Lieutenant Bert D.
Whedon, company C, first lieutenant
and adjutant, vice Archer promoted.
Fourth Corporal William D. Dun-
gan, company I), second lieutenant
company C, vice Whedon promoted. ,
Fifth Second Lieutenant Daniel
Corcoran, company A, first lieutenant,
vice Yale resigned.
Sixth Sergeant Fred Fisher, com
pany L, second lieutenant company A,
vice Corcoran promoted.
Seventh First Lieutenant V. Claris
Talbot, company M, captain company
C, vloe Forby died of wound received
Eighth Second- Lieutenant Burton
Flh er, company 11, first lieutenant
torupny M, vice Talbot promoted.
Ninth Sergeant Harry E. Ilaune.
eouioany U, mhhhuI lieutenant; vice
1 isher promoted,
lly the governor, '
W. A. For XT.
Ofilelal: IV H. IIarhv,
Mekraek Will Im Her fart.
Oovernor Foynter received the fol
lowing telegram from th New York
II... .1.1 ..It .. , . ,1
Nebraska pple aa V f uruUhtng more
troupa for the war with th Filipluo.
It va as ful low :
Nw York, April In Uurentur,
I.IuihiIr, Ncbi Matty ntor tnaita will
l udt la th I'Ulllpplitv. The
Herald will approviat the favor if you.
Mill kindly wire at lis eipona your
llukn a to how a vail ft hunt vol.
uiitwr would Im aneworod Im juur !
iaio. u are o, inw i loarmug in
rultHMal of tho rI,h fur th Uuent
tf alt ei,cf m4,
liu rjr IStvuter idi a futt
New York Herald, New York t lly ,
Yprtl It, wA-"hrdt Is always
rvady to da her fM doly.
"W, A. IVtstsn, terf,
MILLIONS H WAR CLAIMS,
tteaatat tt H4 t A re-Mat a SWai
M IhmI WHS) tk staitoa
Mttat, April UMkr ttooeral
'vu bs siH4Ht a War4t kea 14 by
t,U)i,l t iuw4r, ti deal wikk war
'iwa Mty wk vUixs ks fee a
i4, Sll'vgatlag t lltittis f ilo iara,
.l.tu ar.y a A va t the lUU
kie ,M tteneral IHi. wkw As
b tl erto kandied tka eUiiMt, I
Wt to devote anj kl lt to tbete
Harvesters and Binders,
Corn Harvesters, '
Fodder Shredders, .
are absolutely the Best Known to the Buy
MARK THIS FOR REMEMBRANCE
We now Intend tq win a greater buslnesi. Whenever money can be saved and
good value and durability retained, the buyers shall have the benefit of it Wc
are satisfied with a small profit on our great volume of business. t
NEW SPRING ;
Now a jump from the heavy winter
dress materltl to the New Bprlng
.Wash Goods. Bpriug weather
bursting upon ui as it ho, turn
the mind At onre to there flimsy
material, whleb ore rich In requi
site deslgoa and flowered effects,
every pleee to rival Us neighbor.
, A little laoe, a little ribbon touch'
ing here and tbere,bring out won
derful result, ' .
Leno Weaves, regular 10c; aal prloeQ
pur yard OU
French Viqw, regular 12!; ealef Aa
price, per yard lUU
Holodla Madra Cloth, regular f
12e; tale price, peryard ...1 1U
AO piece pprrallueFraDehl,13!TQf Ae
value; ale price, per yard 1 IIU
I'ompadore Tuck, r'g, 16c, A A.
sale price, per yard 1 u I'uV
40 piece French Gingham, -regular
10c; sale prlci, perg J2()
Amoskeag Dress Btylefllog-C Qa
bam, regular 0c; per yd U 1 "U
25 piece Anderson LL Musllo
cheap at aal price, yard
15 pleop Dlnck Rock Sheeting, reg
ular (5c; tale price, yard
1)00 yard Ducksbead Muslin rem
nants, be value; sale price, yd.......
8 pieces Estra Heavy Sblrtlng, reg
ular Be; aal prloe, yard
AND OVERALLS. '
So Bib Overallr, closing out QQa
iirice, per pair ....OslV
One lot Workiog Pants, to close out
25 per cent off.
This Sale Closes Tuesday, April 25th.
FRED SCHMIDT & BRO..
921 O Street, Opposite Postofflce, Lincoln, Nebraoba
FEAR FOR ilVES OF SAILORS,
r.ffort ef Itoa-or's Men la Moaoiio Saaalartt
Neaalia U Thslr ( solaro.
WasuiNUTttx, April 10, The navy
department has given out tbe follow
Ing dispatch from Admiral Ikweyt
Masii.a, April IS Secretary Navy,
Waahlngtont Yurktown vlaitr4 llaler,
l.u.ii, eaat at .u.ii, 1 I., April
If, fur tho purHiae of roartilug aud
bringing away the MpaaUh funra,eta
sitting of eighty stddlt-r. threo nli er
and two private, whUh were surruund
rl by four hundred laaurgvata. rutiue
if the liKurgvnt armed with Muwr
riflva, It y Ratiwa. l.iut.
J, l Ullumro, while lusklttg
smbuvhetl wero Brr.l upta and p
luro.1, 1st MukiiiiMR, aa lniirgvut
failvd ti romutaiii.ale a fur ward. Th
ftUilitg aro luiMttitf
lltvH.r ivt,iuly r'rrr.
( Jtirf (juartvrwatvr Vall-a, t i'ala
J, tdlawfrth, t,uikvi MU II d. Hp
tUrd, Halt Makers' Mlo Vkd-ll.
uw-A W, li. ,a,,l Utt.H V, t
bury, A(jf ti.a U V, AviiHo, A.
J 'vlr.t. IHiiurj Kne ', llrl
lr,U H MvlsMsabl, ad.Mw U T
I .laard, A. A. Aad. mM l t A.
11, alara dato portion f IM d'i
pt H hth uld Rt bo dtvti'Hvred.
1K dualtH fr- Admiral IVwey
itwt enu. H v ,1'mm tit la aat rir
'Uaasi a lla vnlnit btamo
luiS). 1 ho r-taro f te vtkiott
ra i ili hwI w'ta MtM. h fvoliag
Ih Ratal rlr l ho a.lmiral li4l, k
vt rrflaf w a tho Ai! ttitiM,tt
had that t io oik low sa-l guo te
The World Takes All
our output and c&lla for mora
although w built and sold the
althnilffhwe built and anlil lha nnnnrril1.Ul niU l Afj. 'iZif- ci
Ml. 189,760 J
, McCormlck Machine
never forsakes lilm when be buy (Jro
eerie at our store. We put him on
top by sailing him at tb bottom.
Bpetial drive Coffee,
per pound..,. ,j
Oona Mocba and Java Coffee,
m good a an 8ft coffee Of.
the market, per pound, only.
New Moon, bud cured Japan tea,
regular 00c; in order to get you EAa
to try tbla, special price pr lb.,...tj VV
Flour as low as 60b per tack. Our lm
perlal high grade patent Flour, guar
anteed a good a any, p (Si AC
cial price, r sack .,.,.,.) 1 v v
A New line of Child
From 25 to 50c.
Ladles' Jersey Hlbbsd Veste, long
sleeves, regular 1 tie, sale price f O A
each 1 OU
Ladies' Jersey Illbbed Visit,
hort and long lt ves, rrgular fl
20c, tale price, each I f U
Ladlee Jersey Ribbed Tests, long Of) a
sleeves la all varietlea, each at..aaAV
Children'! Jersey Ribbed Vests,
long tleevea lu all si, fl t f Aa
each at 10 aod Ifi I'fiU
5 dosen Men's Berwick Drawera
light weight, regular 40, to Q4a
cloeeout, each....... ............UsaW
; IN PERCALES.
800 yard 10c percale rem- A f On
nnnU, sale price, per yard..U I'saU
J,000yrd 1JX1 percale rem-A 1 OA
nant, sale price, per yord,.0 1'sJV
relieve the HpanUh garrlatm. AltbougU
the dlU'h gave no Indication that
Lleuleuant (illiiMire and his men had
loat their liven, yrt grt-at amlety was
artxiwi by the mystery suritmndiug
their fste whlltt in the hand of an un
Charlrs Allwrt Mrrlaary, one ftf the
allors, w as a l.lmoln U,v. IU had
realdol In Lluetdn witli hi parents for
f early teu yrara, aud has many friends
bero. Ilia tnol her, Mr. J, t'. Morris-
rey, lives at Thirtieth and it strvrta,
C B.RiPPS HIS. 12th St
Twth eitraotod wltkoet pla,
(told i ruoaaaad Uridrfe work.
Uaa adwtMMUofod lor tse
mWoa tlratia ol tealh,
rWlul Troth, i.
All wulk warraatod.
SI yvnts par tone.
Lincoln - Nebraska
HWIITmr H.U1MII HAST AMU
If ) wvald tr4 rapidly aatd with
ftatttftict AM) aa plea Aal that tb
t.rtKwoetorw line u4 lt uMrett.e
r.M IA faiot writ. tu atr
itla, aim! hiany hMra th faotoet to
wester taduls smi Wki, Ts IWt
fak It Vmi New Yk, 41 hwemi
lvosw, t tVt, lt ll tAhe tit
Mm atMias Ntld. tj Vthf
nt sate yvlf ary kuer of Ua
Use? tf a-Hi tlt'ksta tla the Na
atar A. M, llaUteg, i T. A , lit
M ttta Street,
unparalleled number of :
: HIioh bargain that make thl
tore famous, and Shoe oppor
tuultle that save yon many doh
, lar In the year If takso adraot
Child's Fine Kid Lao Shoes,
TyT-'aiWaM rt- 1A
. a. -I. aI . . 1 aj i A. 44
Misses' Fin Kid La . atock
tip, coin. ,11)4 to IX, regu
I'ftir ief(rfitr'fiilf (V 9 W
Ladles' Kid Lace and llutton
took and patent tip, refu
, lar fl.60; sale price, per (1 f Qf
pair ,..........,.....................,...yIsO J
Ladles' Kid Lao and Button, i
took and patent tip, regtt
pir!.!:!!i....iriO 1 AO
Ladls' Kid Tan Lao, patent
tip. regular fg.uu; Mieni rn
price, per pair................
On onr bargain counters, fin a
tbiid'f Rboe...,,.......4Va, ow ft i y
lllsee' Shoe, button.
Men' 8boe at a great bar j
Men' Hboe. black and tan ft A r A
viol kid wefte, only 1)01 J
Plow Sboe for boy, 3, 8 aod 4, A 1
per pair....................................... Vy ir J
Complete line of boy' and Men' plow
beet, laot, buckle and ooogrees.
Onr atock of Child', Mlssee', and La
die' Oxford la now eomplete.
250 pound Peacock Carpet
Warp:wblte,regular price C r).
18c, al price, perl Uee m SM w
Coiored, regular price 20o; f ff 1 r)A
ale price, per lb ....if I'fiU
HOW IT COMPARES.
Oerlng, .Neb.. Tsh., 1, im.
Kebraaka ludepeitdeat, liaoolaJSl.
Do hiri 1 purcuaeeti from you or
through your paper, kaet ttepteuber,
ou of the macuUtoe you reuu turn ended
lu your paper eaUod tha lodepaasV
out. 1 caver received the tea yeaia
warrsttty with It aa the paper stated.
1 would like for you to aoo that hew
make UU alt rtfbt or eintala why
they svottt, aa 1 sw they have aeaA taa
warranty ta other, 1 libs th waehla)
pleadid. It doe guod work. If I a4
the warranty tfcy reooounesstt tha
msihlae. 1 think there la at least tw
uf my notghUitA that vroukl puroAaee
a ni.'Mt of you aa iny aa tioi
th rlbjrr aim! thuurht it avt worth
th tuouey they aakod hr It. Hop to
hear Iruiu yu soa ia rogau w taia.
I rewalo, Vwly AT)n y
CI VP We ottalaod a 1313 Maaa
VxrV through adtMosl Aad WW
prvttM t saassis aaa
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