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THE 'FARMERS' ALLIANCE" LINCOLN NEB, SATURDAY, JAN. 31., 1891.
H. R.S AblU to amend sections 0
and 10 of chapter 13 of the compiled
statutes of Nebraska of 1889. Flaced on
H.R 8-A bill to suppress bucket
shops and gambling in stocks, bonds,
petroleum, cotton, grain, provisions, or
other produce. Placed on general file.
II. B 3 J A bill to amend section 477
(a) section 1. 477(6) section 2. 477(c)
and section 8, of the code of civil pro
cedure, title 14. entitled "Executions."
H. K. 41 A bill to prevent swindling.
H. E. 46 A bill to amend section 15
of compiled statutes of 1887. entitled
"Fees." Indefinitely postponed.
H. R- 64 A bill to amend section 10
of the code of civil procedure. Placed
on senate file,
H. R 60 A bill to amend section 4 of
the compiled statutes of Nebraska, and
to repeal said section. Placed on senate
II. R. SO An act to amend section 293
code of cirll procedure, and to repeal
section 293 as it now stands, placed on
H. R. 208 and 209 Introduced by Mr.
Taylor, were ordered to second reading
ana the House adjourned to meet at 10
a. m. Monday. -
The Senate. - '
By Mr. Elder: An act to amend sec
tion seven of chnp'er ten of th com
piled statutes of Nebraska nf 1&, en
tilled "Bonds and Oaths, Official." and
to repeal section seven of chapter ten
of the compiled statutes of Nebraska of
Bills on second reading then came
up. after hch tie following resolu
tion was adopted: .
Resolved. That the sneaker and chief
clerk of the house be listrucred to fall
all vacancies of employe l tne x wen-ty-second
session of tie Nebraska legis
lature that is not now filled which Is
necessary to be tilled.
The house then aajourneu to meet
House called to order according
The senate was called to order at 10
a. in. by the president after which the
roll was called. Senator "hen, was re
! ported stilt sick and was excused.
Absent, Moore, Cramb and Starbuck.
Praver bv the Chaplain. s
Journal of yesterday read and ap
Senator S wiUlor Interrupted the jour
nal to suggest that the doors of tho
senate chamber be kept closed to keep
out the gas with which the capltol was
filled yesterday mornintr.
The assistant clerk, of the house
aPDcared to inform the senate of the
passage by the house of concurrent res
olution No. 2. Instructing our senators
in consrress to use their best efforts to
secure the foreclosure of the mortgages
held by the U. 8. on the Union Pacific
Hill, of Adams, introduced a resolu
tion directing the secretary of the
senate to furnish the representatives of
of theorems with copies of resolutions
and bills and also such stationary as
they may need.
The motion to adopt was put and
though it seemed somewhat doubtful
was declared carried and the resolution
Two petitions were presented from
Greeley and Franklin counties asking
for a share of the aid to be given by the
state to the drouth sufferers. The fol
lowing bills were introduced:
A bill to amend section eighty-eight
(88) chapter seventy -seven (77) of the
compiled statutes of 1887, entitled "rev
enue.". Introduced by Mr. Poynter.
S. F. 01 A bill to amend section five
' chapter forty-four, compiled statutes of
1887, and to repeal said original section
five. Introduced by H. P. Shumway.
S. F. 02 A bill to prevent swindling
by procuring the signatures of respon
sible persons or instruments in writing
and by changing, altering and otner
. devices maklnc them appear ns noiro
, tiable promissory notes. Introduced by
H. L. ltandall.
S. F. 68 A bill i to: amend ? sections
fifty-six and fifty-seven .of chapter, eigh
teen, of the compiled statutes of 1887
V and to repeal said original sections.
Introduced bv Mr. Stevens. - " .
8. F. 04 A bill to amend sub-division
1 of section fifty-two of article two of
chapter fourteen, of tho compiled stat
utes of Nebraska, 1889. Introduced by
Mr. Brown. , v .
S. F. 05 A bill to empower the county
board of supervisors, in counties under
township organization, to divide any
township in its county into two or more
election districts, and to provide for
posting election notices in the same.
Introduced by J. M. Brown.
S. F. 6G A bill to create a lien in
favor of landlords and to provide a
method of enforcing the same. Intro
duced bv Ed. Turner.
S. F. 67 A bill to compel all railroad
companies owning or operating a liue
ef roads within the state of Nebraska to
construct aud maintain suitable cross
ings on all public roads. Introduced
by Mr. Bock.
Adjourned till 4 p. m. Monday,
Htnnrnmnt and as there was a special
order of business, a motion was carried
. . ii i
to on into a committee oi toe wuoie.
Bills 79 and 81 in reference to the
appropriation for the relief of western
sufferers were then taken up and after
discussion, section at a tune, were
referred for third reading.
H. R. 79 An act for the relief of the
drouth stricken settlers of western
Nebraska, . ,
H R HI A bill to authorize tne issu
ingot state bonds to procure supplies
or tne western suuerers.
The followlnff communication was
thnn rnnelrnd from the senate: -
Mr. Speaker: I am directed by the
annate to inform vour honorable body
that they have passed the following
raanlntinna; That a committee of one
h Annotated bv the Dresident to confer
with the committee of two appointed by
the house concerning the informations
and suggestions to be ffered by ex
The nresident appointed as such com
mittee on the part of the senate, Messrs.
MnorA and Povnter.
That a committee of two be appointed
ta wait on Governor Bovd to ascertain
if he has a message to deliver, and to
appoint a time to hear it; and that the
house be sslied to appoint a similar
The Dresident appointed as such com
mittee, on the part of the senate, Messrs,
Swltzler and Kountz.
Your concurrence In the above is
Bv Mr. Wilson: To amend sections
one, two. three and live of chapter seventy-two
of the compiled statates of
1887, and to repeal saia sections one,
two, three and five as now existing.
Bv Mr. Shroder: 10 amena section
two of article one of chapter seventy
seven of the compiled statutes of Ne
braska of 1887, en titled "Be venue.
After readinir of the journal the order
of bills for first reading was taken up.
which was followed by bills on second
A communication was read from
Gen. Thayer, in which he declined to
serve on the state relief commission. A
resolution. acceotinar his resignation
and thanking him for his interest and
assistance, was adopted
Mr. Howe then read tne letter rrom
Logan county in accordance with the
resolution to that effect passed in the
After several notices being read oi
committee meetings, a motion to ad
lourn till 10 o'clock to-day was made
House Roll No. 79. ,
A. bill for an act for the relief of the
Daoole in the drouth stricken districts
of Nebraska, to aid in feeding and
clothinir said people, and to aid them
in carrvinir over, or keeping their
teams and cows throusrh the wi te
and spring, and to provide a me hod
relief committee hereby created. Said !
report shall set forth in detail an item
bud statement of all supplies distrib
uted, to whom distributed, the date
hen delivered, and where they are
distributed to families, to give the num
ber in the family receiving re ief, wmcn
statement shall be filed with the secre
tary of state by the state relief com
mittee hereby created, and by said state
relief committee reported in their
monthly reports which they are here
after required to make to the secretary
Sec. 7. Said state relief committee
hereby created are authorized to use in
paying the actual expenses for the car
rying into effect the provisions of this
act not to exceed 2 per cent of the
amount of money drawn by them from
the treasury and hereby appropriated
for the relief of the sufferers hereinbe
fore referred to.
Sec. 8. It is hereby mode the duty
of said state relief commission thus
created to keep an itemized and accu
rate account of all funds and monies by
them received from the state, or from
any other source or by private dona
tion for the relief of the sufferers here
inbefore mentioned, which record shall
at all reasonable hours be open for the
inspection of the public. And be it
further enacted that said state relief
committee hereby created shall keep an
itemized account, and a lull, correct
and accurate record of all supplies by
them disbursed, to whom disbursed.
and file the proper vouchers therefor
for the distribution of the aid h- rein
provided for to the drouth stilcken un their report hereafter required to be
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made. They shall also report tne dis
position made of all monies by them re-
, At half past ten yesterday the house
called to order, and after prayer and
roll call the following resolution was
read and adopted unanimously:
Whereas, We have learned with pro
found sorrow that Hon. C. W. Hen
nich. representative of thU house from
the Fortv-ninth district, has met with a
sad loss in the untimely death of his
son Harlcv; and .
Y hercas. We bow. in humble sub
mission to the Divine will of the All
Wise Providence in the midst of afliic
tion: therefore be it
Resolved, That to our esteemed friend
and co-laborer and his family we ex
tend our most profound sympathy in
this their hour of sorrow. And be it
Resolved. That these resolutions be
spread at large upon the journal of this
house, and the clerk be and is hereby
instructed to send a certified copy of
these resolutions to the afflicted family.
After reading the journal the reports
of standing committees were called.
The committee on railroads reported
on H. R. 42 and 54, which were placed
on general tile.
. The committee on agriculture re
ported on II. R. 125, which was placed
on general tile.
The following new bills were then in
!iy Mr. Kruse: An act to amend sec
tion seventeen, chapter twenty-eight
and sections 109 and 125, chapter twen-
tv-seven of the compiled statutes of
. By Mr. Faxon: A bill to amend
chapter fifty, section one, of the com
piled statutes of .Nebraska ot 1887 in
Praver and roll call as usual, after
which the following communication was
received from the senate:
Resolved. That a committee of one be
appointed to act in connection with the
committee of the H of R on correspon
dence with the legislators named in
a resolution relating to , Interest and
The presideut appointed Mr. 1 nomas
as such committee on the part of the
The report of standing committees
was then called.
Committee on county boundaries
asked that a bill which had by mistake
been referred to them, be sent to its
firoper committee and that H. R. 59 be
ndefi nicely postponed. Report adopted.
The following resolution was offered
by Mr. Capek and adopted: ; , ,t
VY 11 KICK A.I, A BUM Known, ao Uiu
"Lodge bill or Force bill" Is Wore he
con press, and . . . t ;
WiiEttEAS, The sald- VForce bni" ia
the boldest stroke at centralization and
imperialism since the establishment of
this rcnublic: ..
Whebkas, lne said "rorce uiu" is
a menace to our free institutions, which
our revolutionary fathers secured to us
at the cost of their lives and fortunes.
It is. and be it hereby . . .,,
Resolved. By this house senate con
curringThat the legislature of the
state of Nebraska, believing in lccil
sovereignty, federal unity, and the
unity of the ballot is decidedly against
tnis unpatriotic measure, ana approves
of the course of the senate on January
20 in refusing to consider it
Also one by Mr. Shrader as follows
which was adopted
whereas. . The following article
appears in this morning's World Herald:
The constituents ol Mr. snraaer, 01
Logan countv, member of the Alliauce,
have sent to Church Howe a statement,
denouncing the course of their repre
suuiauvu. in uuiiMiuif lemsiuiiuu, uu
the consideration of the western Ne
braska relief measure. It seems that
Howe received this document last
Tuesday, but he failed to present it to
the legislature, as the signers requested
Demands are now being maae on nowe
to show up. The statement is signed
by Independents, republicans and dem-
IMTBODCCED , BT THE COMMITTEE
Read first time January 15, 1891; read
second time January 10, 1891. Ordered
printed and refered to committee on ac
counts and expenditures.
Whereas, The dry weather and ot
winds of last summer and the Indian
disturbances of the last few weeks have
reduced thousands of people in this
state to a condition of absolute want
and dependence for fuel, food and
clothing, until such time as another
harvest may be secured, and
Whereas, It is the duty of the state
to provide for its suffering and depend
ent citizens at the earliest possible time,
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Nebraska: '? , 1
Section 1. That for the purposes
set forth in the foregoing preamble and
to defray the necessary expenses tnereof
there be. and is hereby appropriated
from tho state treasury from the funds
not otherwise appiopriated, tne mm or
one hundred thousand ($100,000) dol
lars or so much thereof as may be
found necessary for the immediate re
lief of the people in the drouth stricken
counties of the state of .Nebraska.
Sec. 2. For ths purpose of carrying
into effect this act, and to the end that
the aid thereby appropriated may reach
those in destitution and want in the
drouth i'-ricken portion of the sta'e,
there is hereby created a relief c mm's
slon consisting of Gen. John M.Thayer,
Luther r. Ludden., k. K. lireer, .boms
Myer, Rev. Dr. Martin, John Fitzger
ald. A. J . oawvi r, u. w. mosaer, w.
N. Nason. and J W. Hartley, and into
the hands of said committee, who snau
elect from their number a secretary
and treasurer, shall be paid the ,unds
hereby appropriated from the state
treasury, and they shall,, and are hereby
rectuired to purchase and distribute tne
I m . . it m m ii
necessaries oiuiejor tne reuei 01 too
suffering inhabitants of the drouth
stricken district, and to aistnoute inem
to the people through channels henna!
ter proridi d the committee herein
named being the same committee here
tofore known as the Executive Board
of the Relief Commission in this state
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted that it
is hereby made the duty of the state
auditor, upon the requisition of the
commission hereinbefore named, filed
in his office, to Day over to said com
mittee from time to time of the funds
hereby appropriated, as the same shall
be necessary to furnish the supplies and
necessanes of life to carry out the pro
visions of this act.
Sec. 4. It is hereby made the duty
of said committee, in the requisition for
the funds set forth therein to
state! the purpose for which said money
to be paid by tne treasurer is 10 do
used, with an itemized statement of the
everal articles aud kind 01 suppplies to
be purchased, and on the purchase of
tne same to me witn tne secretary 01
state an itemized list of all articles by
them purchased for the -relief of the
Sec. 5. It shall be. and it is hereby
made the duty of said relief committee.
through the agency or tne county com
missioners, or board of supervisors, to-
ceived. whether from the state or from
private individuals. They snail also
keep and report allsapplies. provisions,
food, clothing of every kind, name and
nature, oy mem receiveu irum private
sources, and also what distrbutlon was
made of the same. And they shall irom
month to month, or as near as may be
practicable, file a full. Itemized report
of their actings and doings under the
provisions of this bill with the secre
tary of state.
Sec. 9. All officers mentioned in
this bill shall be. and are hereby held
responsible upon their official bonds for
all items of property, money or any
thing of valuo coming to their hands
for the relief of the sufferers provided
for in this bill. -
Sec. 10. Be it further enacted that
the treasurer of the state relief com
misiou hereby created shall give bond
in tho sum of forty thousand ($40,000)
dollars to the state of Nebraska for the
faithful performance of his duty under
the provisions of this act, and for the
distribution of all funds, property and
monies coming into his hands to the
sufferers in accordance with the pro
visions of this act. Said bond to be ap
proved by the secretary and president
of the commission.
Sec.11. There being an emergency
for the immediate passage of this bill,
this act shall take effect and be in force
immediately after its passage.
Houses to rent or sell on monthly
apyroeats by J. Stevenson with J. H.
McMurtry, corner of Eleventh and M.
See A. N. Wycoff for Hivelock prop
Your attention is called to the adver
tisement of Geo. C. Hanford, .Makanda,
111., dealer in nursery stock. Send for
price Jist. , ... 31 2t
The Garrett fence machine, manufac
tured bv S. H. Garrett, Mansfield, O.,
is now an established success and is in
successful operation in every state and
territory in the United States. Every
farmer should write to the above ad
dress for catalogue and wholesale prices
of wite and fencing material. w u
See A. N. Wycoff for Havelock prop-.
For the opium, morphine or cocaine
habit consult Dr. Aley, 1025 O street,
Lincoln, Neb. 32tf
TRUMBULL. STREAN & ALLEN
(mi, Fil. f ariM Tr tote. Onto Ms. Ete.
Send fo CaUtofU. ' lUllea Fiw.
iai t. aawaaa citv. mo.
THE CAPITAL CITY CAEPET CO.,
Finding it neceseary forore roomjiave moved from Exposition building to
234 and 238 South 11th St.
We have nowfthe finest carpet rooms in the city, where a full line can be
had at all times. ' 814t
Good Goods and Popular Prices is Our Hotto.
Capital City Carpet Co.,
234 and 238 South 11th Street, Lincoln, Neb.
A. HTJELBUT& CO.
Clothing and Furnishinj
I . IjrUCT.CfFTJQIWTIcUlUl. -
Cor. P and 10th Ste., Lincoln, Neb.
1109 O STREET.
" ' We wish to impress this on the minds of the ' . : ' .V
We will sell them dry goods cheaper
: than a store inllncoliir
AH we ask of you is to , t .
OOMPAEB OUR PRICES.
GET OUR PRICES ON
Ginghams, muslins, sheetings, dress goods
Linens, Hosiery and underwear.
Write us for samples we will assure
you prompt attention.
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 O Street- Lincoln, Neb.
Best Bacon 8c.
Boiling Beef 3 and 4 c
Roast Fork 6 and 7 c
ocrats. At 12:431 today, a wild cry Is gether with the county clerk and sheriff
eoine ud in Lincoln, 'will Mr. Howe
come forward with the record?' "
Therefore, be It
Resolved. That the Hon. Church Howe
be hereby requested to comply with the
demands of his constituents in Logan
county, and be instructed to show up
immediately, it not seoner.
Resolution was aeveea to
This was followed by a resolution by
bv Stevens of Fillmore which was
Whereas. There is now a bill pend
ing appropriating certain sums of
money for the relief of the drouth
stricken districts, and
Whereas. This house has no detmite
knowledge In retrard to tho available
tunas now in tne treasury
Therefore, be It
Resolved. That a committee of three be
appointed by the speaker whose duty it
shall be to obtain tne requirea miorma
tion at the earliest possible time.
The house then adjourned till 2 p.m.,
after the introduction of the following
Bv Mr. Kruse: To provide for
the payment of incidental expenses in
curred dunnir the Twenty-second ses
sion of the legislature.
Bv Mr. McKesson: lor an act. to
amend chapter twenty-five, section six,
entitled "Divorce ana Alimony."
By Mr. Oakley: A bill pertaining to
the care, preparation, and disposition of
regard to the sale of malt, spiritous and the dead, and to insure the better edu
Vinous nqnors iu iuwiib auu precinuis. cauon oi muerai uirouioiu
By Mr. Taylot of Butler: A bill to
provide for the adoption, purchase,
oavment and sale of school books.
By Mr. Cornish: A bill to amend
sections 165 and 108 of chapter sixteeu
of the coniDiled statutes of Nebraska,
entitled "Corporations," and to repeal
said original sections.
By Mr. Cornish: A bill to provide
for the buildinsr of sanitary sewers for
caDitoL insane asylum, state peniten
tiary, and the home for the friendless at
Lincoln, and appropriating money for
Bv Mr. Warner: To provide a lien
for labor performed and material fur
nished ia the construction, repair or al
teration of any article of value by a
mechanic, artisan or tradesman, and
for the enforcement of the same.
By Mr. Wateon: To create and reg
nlaie public warehouses, and the ware
bousing, shipping, weighing and in
spection of grain.
By Mr. Watson: To legalize the offi
cial vote of Francis B. Brown.
By Mr. Purnell: A bill for the relief
of the county of Scotts Bluffs.
of the respective counties whose in
habitants require aid, to distribute the
supplies by them purchased as herein
before contemplated, to tne county com
missioners, clerk, and sheriff of the sev
eral counties requiring aid, and to take
the receipt of the commissioners ana
county clerk for said supplies thus
furnished to the several counties
through the commissioners, clerk, and
sheriff of said counties, and from time
to time tile said receipts together with
all vouchers for supplies furnished with
the secretary of state.
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted that
the several commissioners of the re
spective counties in the drouth stricken
districts, or the boards of supervisors
of the counties in case any of the said
counties are under township organiza
tion, to receive said supplies and to
distribute the same to the needy or suf
ferine of their respective counties.
That said county commissioners or the
several boards of supervisors, shall be
and are hereby made responsible on
their official bonds for the faithful and
proper distribution of all funds and
supplies coming- into their hands
through the agency of the state relief
pnmuiittnn herein created, or bv dona
tion through private sources'. And it is
further made the duty of said several
boards of county commissioners, and
clerks of the respective counties, or of
the township organization in counties
uuder township organizauou, to Keep
a full, complete and itemized record of
all supplies, funds, merchandise and
articles of every kind, name or nature.
distributed by them to the suffering
poor, and to whom distributed, and la
what quantity, and the date of such dis
tribution. And be it further enacted
that it is hereby made the duty of said
county commissioners and boards of
supervisors herein referred to, to re
port at least once a week by an item
ized and detailed. statement of all the
funds by them received and of the mer
chandise and articles of every kind for
the relief of the suffering to the state
"'V v Farms for Sale.
No. 113.- 463 acre Nebraska stock
farm, adjoining county seat. Substan
tial improvements that cost $6,000.
F(quipped for breeding blooded stock.
Clear of incumbrance. Price $15,000,
which is little more than value of the
bare land. Would trade this for
equity in a large, Lancaster, Seward or
baline county tarm.
No. 50. 240 acres all bottom land 4
miles from Raymond, 130 acres in culti
vation. Two eood nouses, cam ana
other necessary out buildings. Living
water, well and wind mill, lhis is un
aualinediv of the best land in the state.
has no use for it. Price $8,500. $3,500
cash, balance easy terms. .
No. 27. 640 acres south of Lincoln;
200 acres in cultivation; all fenced; good
house, barn, sheds, well, wind mill and
tank. A No. 1 section, all eood land
Price $30 per acre. Terms one-third
cash, balance on easy. terms.
No. 13. 80 acres 18 miles south of
Lincoln; 40 acres in cultivation; - no
other improvements, easy terms to any
one who will buna nrst year.
No. 43. 80 acres 8 miles north of
Lincoln. Practically all under culti
vation. Small house, sheds, barn, corn
crib, hen house, milk house, well
srranarv. pens, thrifty fruit orchard
. . at i . r
maple grove etc., etc., a nrst ciass ou
Price $2,700, $1,000 cash, balance easy
We have over 500 bargains in farms,
stock ranches, western lands and city
orooertv. Trades of all kinds.
We invite farmers over the state to
send us a description of what they have
to sell or exchange. - f -
DUKK BKUS. & HKAiNSUJN,
? Lincoln, Neb
Over First National Bank. , ,
We will pay the highest price for hides and poultry. For live turkeys 8J to 9c.
Successor to Manger Bros.
Oie F Street. 916 P Street.
See A. N. Wycoff for Havelock prop
For female, nervous and kidney di
seases consult Dr. Aley. 1025 O street,
Lincoln, Neb. v 82tf
Hatiibroug-h Kleeted Senator.
Bismarck. N. D., Jan. 24. Ex-Con
gressman H. C Hausbrough will repre
sent this state in the United States sen
ate for the next six years. ' On the
seventeenth ballot he was elected by
67 votes, all but five of the twenty-three
Democrats rallying to his support. Sen
ator Pierce takes his defeat coolly and
gracefully. He leaves early in the
morning for Washington.
, V Still Ballotl.g.
Springfield, . Ills., Jan. 24. The
twenty-first' ballot was taken in the
senatorial contest. and resulted: Palmer,
101; Oglesby, 100; Streeter, 8.
CHEAP FOB CASH.
Pork Steak 7c
Beef Stew 63
Cal. Hams 5c
p 8S4 P Bt CTorttx of IP. O.
Centrally located and newly furnished throughout. TaWe flrit-olaM.
LAKGE AND ELEGANT
Termt $1-25 te 81.50 Per jay. JAUE8 McHAFFIg, Prtpr
W have iust com oleted arranzements by which we can offer Ladies'. Men's
and Children's underwear at exactly cose prices, and sell you any quantity you
wish. The goods offered are all strictly first-class. .
READ THE LIST.
Mens' extra heavy all wool shirts
and drawers, each $ 05
Ladies' jersey vests medium weight
Ladies' line merino vest and draw
ers, each............... 87
Ladies' fine all wool scarlet vests
and drawers, each. ,70
Ladies' extra fine all wool scarlet
vests and drawers, each 80
Ladies' XXX scarlet all wool vests
and drawers, each. . ............ 1 00
Ladies' XXX scarlet all wool jer
sey vests and drawers, each..,. 80
nhUHmn's underwear at proportionate prices. In ordering lYIensifl mnkn
second choice as what you want may be closed out before your order is received.
27tf . J- W. HARTLEY, State Agent, Lincoln, Neb.
Men's red mixed t wool shirts and -
drawers, each. . . ! 7f
Men's brown mixed $ woool shirts
1 and drawers, each oit
Men's red and white striped sfhirts
and drawers, each. t
Men's brown arid white striped
shirts and drawers, each ; 37
Men's heavy scotch mixed shirts
and drawers, eacn o it
Men's heavy gray all wool shirts
and drawers, eacn ou
Men's heavy gray all wool double
breasted snirts x-vu
11 5 i 1 sret
- i-t. e . in 1 1 as
1 a & a
P. W h. Ft
c-2 S S-f-- e
sail 1 2 is 3
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