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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ,
TWENTIETH YEAH. OMAKA , SATURDAY MORNING , NOVEMBER 15 , 1890.'i \ NUMBEK 150 ;
President Bogran anil His Forces He-Enter
REVOLUTIONARY FORCES UTTERLY ROUTED
A Skirmish Fight Attended with Great
LOSH of lAtn .Sanchez Cornered
The Hovnliitluii 1'rnc-
tlunlly Ended ,
IKK ) liil Jamts dnnlnn IhnncM
'A , Honduras , Nov. 14. [ New
fork Herald Cubic-Special to TUB BEI : . ]
The rebellion headed by General Longluos
Sanchez Is practically ended. The revolu
tionary forces have been utterly routed by
the army which President Bogran , has been
rapidly gathering from all portions of the
country nt Ills headquarters nt Tiunara ,
and .ho is in full possession of the capital
city'with the exception of ono barrack ,
where the remnant of the defeated army is
closely Imprisoned. If any of the rebel lead
ers escape death it will bo through the clem
ency of the president.
The president with his army started nnd
marched upon the capital from Taumra yes
terday , dilvlng in nit the scouts rd > tbo
ndvanco guards mid closing in on
the pickets of Sanchez' forces. At
times the skirmishing. was very bloody.
Ambushes wcro frequent nnd effective ,
owing to the brush-covered country
aiding such movements. Sharpshooters also
did good service for Bogran , picking olt the
encmys soldiers In largo numbers. The
skirmishing was kept up until after midnight
and at daybreak today fiogran , with perhaps
two thousand soldiers , advanced upon thocnpl-
tal. Sanchez had nil the approaches guarded
with artillerywhich did effective work. Throe
pieces commanded the main highway to
Tnmara with a largo reserve of Infantry in
the rear. This position was charged several
times by Bogran'a forces before It was car
ried , Sanchez' troops were at last , after
hard flghtlntr , routed , nnd took refuge in the
capital. The tight was continued m the
streets with varying success for several
hours. Street after street was cleared by
Bogrnn's force and the barracks , which last
Friday fell Into the hands of Sanchez , wcro
recaptured one by ono.
Thcloss | so far has been very heavy on both
BogVnn Is now practically mastcrof the sit
uation us ho has Sanchez and his army sur
rounded In ono of the barracks , which
Is now being bombarded by solid shot
and shell. Sanchez" only chance of
escape Is to make a sortlo. If ho does not ho
will become a prisoner to the president ,
which means not nlono his death , but that of
nil his leaders and many soldiers , fiogran
has already taken many prisoners. The city
is badly wrecked by shells nnd the inhab
itants , men , women nnd children are thor
oughly terrorized. Barrillas remained en
tirely neutral during the trouble.
The telegraph lines nro In the hands of
jBogrnu , but ho has accorded their usn to the
ylerald for the purpose of giving the infor-
, mtion of his victory to the world. Before
tomorrow night the cnpltol will surely bo hi
the hands of the president nnd the brief re
bellion of Gen lira 1 Sanchez will bo only a
matter of history , except perhaps the execu
tions , which will most surely follow the un
successful attempt to overturn the govern
WAS Il.lltTTJKLOT JMSAXCf
Still Another Chapter of tbo Much
Talked About Scandal.
LONDON , Nov. 14. Mrs. Jameson writes to
the papers endorsing a letter written by hot
husband toJSIr. Willlaai McK nnon aftet
li * Assad'Fnrrnu's story had been told , entering
a vigorous denial of Its truth. In the lettci
Jameson says ho was deceived , Ho saw n
curious native dnnco which Tippoo Tib told
lilm was usually followed by a cannibal feast.
Ho wns skeptical , whereupon another Aral
told him ( Jameson ) to give him a bit of cloth
nnd ho would sco. Jameson thought this a
trick to obtain the gift , but gave tbo Arab li
handkerchief. A girl was dragged out nnd
murdered before ho know what was going on ,
Ho made no sketches nt thetlmo but made
them that evening in his cninp. Jameson
goes on to tell of the disreputable charactci
of Assad nnd encloses a retraction from that
chief in which he snysitho story about buying
the girl was misunderstood.
Mrs. Jameson adds her huslmml was about
to take further stons to clear himself whcr
ctrlckcd down by the fatal fever.
Bonnoy's oftlcial report is also printed. It
the course of It ho severely criticize !
the management of Jameson and Barttlot
who ho says were hand In glovo. They en
dcavored to hamper him ( Bouncy ) In vurloui
ways. Ho says the march from Yamhula t <
Uulrla was delayed constantly by blustei
swagger and bad management. Speaking o
serious losses of arms nnd stores ho say :
during the twenty-four days Bnrttclot's nb
Bonce when ho ( Bonnoy ) was in charge thoj
never lost a man or load nnd traveled quicker
By Bnrttolot's bud management loads won
scattered nil over the district and many o
them looted. In Bonnoy's letter to Barttelot'i
father telllnp of the major bringing chains
from Stanley Falls for the slaves , ho says
"You may not llko to hear this , but the fact !
nro in possession of the Congo state author !
ties and you had best bo prepared to mce
nny Htatoment. " In the conclusion of his lot
tcr to Stanley. Bouncy says that rovlowlni
nil events , ho believes Barttelot was Insane
The O'Shea Divorce Case.
LONDON , Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram t
VIIE BEE.J In the divorce court ycstcrda ;
Mr. Lockwood , on behalf of Mrs. O'Shen
implied for a postponement of the Purnel
cult pending tlio proceedings In the case o
Mrs. Stcelo , sister of Mrs , O'Shea , nn
ngalnst whom there Is a counter uccusntlo
of adultery with Captain O'Shea. Soliclto
General Clark , for Oantnln O'Shea , oppose
o postponement. Hi ) said that Captni
O'Shcn's cnso had been ready since May 1
and the plaintiff wns anxious to proceed. Th
delay was duo solely to Mrs. O'Shea. Th
obtaining of numerous successive postpone
ments In order to discover alleged document
had been nn obvious attempt to dclnv th
trial. Justice Butt refused tp grant a fuvtbc
ICKOKUK , la. , Nov. 14. Representatives c
the lumber trade of ICcckuk , Burllngtoi
Qulney nnd other places met today to tnk
action in the matter of framing n protc :
against the interstate railroad commlsslo
giving n favorable decision on iho nppllcatlo
of the Eau Claire , Wls. , mill owners an
dealers that n change bo made In the difforei
tlal between the Mississippi valley and ill
ourl river points.
Tlio I-icnguo AVill Continue.
NEW YOUK , Nov. 14. The players leagv
people Imvo been busy today ami this ovci
Intr. It Is stated tonight that Presldei
I'rlneo has declared the league will contlnt
to light next year If it has to sink 175,000 <
his o\vu money.
Approved Qncon Kmmn's KOKOIIOJ
THE HAGUE , Nov. 14.- [ Special Cahlcgra
to TUB BEB. ] Parliament today , by a uuar.
moua vote , approved the regency of
TH'O HILLED , KIGIITEKS JIVltT.
Disastrous Collision Between PADHCII-
K < : r Trains on tlio 1'ennsylvanln.
PiTT-siifiio , I'n. , Nov. 14. A collision oc
curred on the Pennsylvania rail
road near Florence , I'n. , shortly before
fore 7 o'clock Wns morning between
the first nnd second sections of the western
express , killing two passengers nnd injuring
eighteen others. The killed are :
HKNKY U , MINOTof Boston.
MRS. S. H. ANOELL of Washington.
Among the fatally Injured Is :
C. C. HEX of Providence , R. I.
At least three others of the injured will
die. The accident wns caused by a heavy
fop , which prevented the engineer from
seeing the llrst section In tlmo to stop his
The horror and fright" the passengers
In the sleeper Biscay , which was telescoped
by the engine of the second section , was
added to by the fog , which madeIt
next to Imposslnlo to sco what had hap
pened. The car caught lire speedily , but
the passengers wcro removed before their
condition was made uioro horrlblo by burns.
The only reason the death list Is not larger
Is because n number of the passengers from
the rear end wcro in the washroom making
H , D. Minot wns president of the Eastern
railroad of Minnesota nnd director ot the
The relief train arrived hero this evening ,
bringing a number of passengers who were
painfully but not seriously Injured. Among
them are E. E. EgaUv and wife of Sioux
City , la.'and , Mrs. E , A. Parish of Qulney ,
111 , Ono of the passengers says some un
known miscreants plundered the clothing of
the dead and Injured during thu excitement.
Many people complain of being robbed ,
I'lifjlnecr and two Klrcnion Killed.
BCI.MIIIC , O. , Nov. 14. A collision on the
Baltimore & Ohio road this morning , near
Scotts' station , between two freight
trains resulted In the killing of En
gineer Watson nnd Fireman Fleisher In
stantly. James Barrett , fireman , was scalded
no badly that he died an hour Inter and
Thomas Burke , another employe , wns fatally
Injured. Both engines and cars were com
pletely wrecked , The nccident was caused
by tbo disregarding of orders.
Three Killed at lOlkfon.
Di'ncQun , la. , Nov. II. Two freight trains
on the Kansas City road collided this morn
ing at 1-jlkton , Minn. Engineer Penny man ,
Dr.ikctmui Onllnhnn and Fireman Kolfc
wcro instantly killed.
A Freight Collision.
Pr.TcusnL'iia , Va. , Nov. 14. Two freight
trains on the Norfolk and western road col
lided this morning1. Ono brnkomnn was
killed nnd another trainman was painfully
BUFFALO , N. Y. , Nov. 14. Three Itnlinus
wcro killed and several others seriously In
jured In a collision between two gravel train ;
on the Lackawunna road.
Killed by an ICvplnslon.
LIMA , O. , . Nov. 14 , By an explosion ol
dynarolto In a stone quarry this morning
three laborers wcro blown to pieces. Twc
The killed tire George Fisher , Henry Wise
kopf and Archie Burkett.
The shock was heard for ten miles around
Many windows were broken. The men wen
heating the dynamite when the explosion oc
curred. Fishers arms nnd legs were blowi
off and nil that was left was the blackencc
trunk. "Wlsehopf's head was torn from hi.1
body and not found till this afternoon whei
it was discovered in a field with hogs root in f
it around. His arms and legs are missing.
Tlio Wyoming Legislature.
Ciir.Tr.Nxr , Wyo. , Nov. 14. [ Special Tele
gram to THE BKE. ] Governor Warren1 !
message was read to the legislature today
It deals chiefly with the financial sltuatloi
which arises from the changed conditions n :
between n state and territorial government
nnd the constitutional provisions limiting the
state bonded indebtedness and prohibitlni
the Issuance of warrants as evidence of state
county or municipal debt. The legislature
will tomorrow proceed to the election of i
United States senator nnd probably two
There does not appear to bo nny doubt tha
cx-Delcgato Joseph M. Carey will bo glvei
ono of the places. For the second place thori
is a determined flght boingmado by a sworn
of candidates with the indication that a dafl
horse will win.
An International Question.
PAIIIS , Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram to Tin
BEK. ] The seizure by the pblico of a numboi
of paintings illustrating the worics'of Rube
lals at an art gallery In Pall Mull , London , li
likely to resolve Itself Into an Intornntloua
nncstion. The Euellsh court , it will bo re
mombcrod , decided that twenty-ono of thi
seized paintings were immoral and orderci
that they bo destroyed. French , citizen
have an interest in the paintings and th
facts in connection with their seizure am
condemnation were laid before the Frencl
government , which will endeavor to prevent
through diplomatic channels , the order o
the English court for the destruction of th
paintings from belug carried out ,
KANSAS CITV. Mo , , Nov. 14. Attachment
were sued out late tonight by Samuel Lcoi
nrd of Boston and levied upon the plant nn
stock of the Kansas City packing compan
for ? JOO,000 and a smaller attachment ngalns
tbo Kansas City packing and Chase refrlj
orator company. The failure of the commli
slon house of Samuel Bell & Co. Is suppose
to bo roponslblo for this.
LiAMUsmt , I'a , , Nov. 14. Henry L. Slot
man , cigar manufacturer of Hharorstowi
failed today. Liabilities , $08,000 : asset
A Horrible Exhibition.
BnussnLs , Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram 1
TiiEBnE.j The Independence Beige state
that two Belgian officers assert that they sa1
when In th6 Congo state , a notebook , tli
property of Jameson , which contained si
drawings depleting the various stages of tl
dressing and cooking of human flesh by ni
lives. Tbo scries of drawings bore the tltl
"A Drama in Six Sketches. " Ono of thei
oftk-era says ho also saw a negro's head an
skin , preserved In glass vessels , in the po
session of Jameson ,
The Fire Hocord.
SAN FIIANCISCO , Cal. , Nov. 14. Fire In ;
night destroyed the Werthelmcr bulldlni
which was filled with valuable ma'chlnei
and stocks of candy nnd tobacco. The lo
will prohablv bo J'JOO.OOO.
WAIUIKN , O. , Nov. 14. The business po
tion of the town of Burton , population 1,00
wns partially destroyed by lira this mornin
The DynamiteThawed. .
DUUJTII , Minn. , Nov. 14. A man nami
Morcland placed some dynnmlto near a sto'
in bis dwelling yesterday to thaw. It e
ploded , killing Morcland and badly injurir
his wife and four children , uouo of whoi
however , will die ,
ST. Josem , Mo , , Nov. 14. David McLea
cx-nrcsldcnt of the Savanna , Mo. , Nation
bank , was sentenced to two years la t
penitentiary today for defrauding the t
pobitors of money ,
DlHOiisslon of rinuiiclcrH.
LONDON , Nov. 14 , Some of the wcaithlo
London bankers mot tonight at the Bunk
Eni'lnnd , where they discussed the flnaucl
position of certain largo ilri tna ,
FIGURING ON UP , CHANGES ,
Gould Wants Sidney Billon to Become
President of the Road.
ST , PAUL INTERESTED IN THE DEAL.
A Plan Maturing ; for a Great Kail-
road ARNoulutioiiVhloli Slutll
Swallow Up All llv-
Nnw Yonir , Nov. 14 , [ Special Telegram to
Tin : Bun. ] A prominent railway manager
who is thoroughly familiar with the progress
that has boon made toward bringing the
western roads Into closer relations with ono
another , said yesterday that the change in
the control of the Union Pacific railroad ,
which will soon bo made apparent , means a
great deal to the Chicago , Milwaukee & St
Paul railway. Messrs. Droxcl , Morgan &
Co. have for some tlmo past been Influential
In the [ management of that company. Mr.
Morgan has assisted Mr. Gould In regaining
control of the Union Pacific ) for the reason ,
among others , that ho wished to sccuro for
the St. Paul company facilities west
of Omaha similar to these
enjoyed by the Chicago & Nortuwostcrn
through its alliance with the Union Pnclile.
It is also clear that other railroads running to
Omaha , but having no lines of their own west
of the Missouri river , are to bo treated by the
Union Pacific hereafter in a manner that will
prevent any further criticism of the north
It Is understood that the now president of
* the Union Pnclilc railroad company will bo
Sidney Dillon. Mr. Gould wishes him to
liavo the place as a vindication of his previous
management of the company's affairs. His
duties will bo of nn nJvlsory nature and
younger men will bo retained to supervise
the duties of operation.
A local paper says : It Is not qulto true , as
reported yesterday , that a circular calling n
meeting is In circulation for the signatures of
the stockholders , and no meeting has ns yet
been arranged for at Mr. Morgan's house or
anywhere olso. This , at least , was the state
ment made by nn eminent banker , whoso
house would certainly bo consulted In such a
matter. Ho added that ho was earnestly In
favorof such a meotlngnnd of such an agree
ment as was contemplated.
Mr. Gould today coutlrmcct ttio statement
made by the banker Just quoted that no cir
cular calling- meeting had as yet been
Issued. "Such a meeting , however , " contin
ued Mr. Gould , "is being urged. I suppose
that the holders ol interests in tbo western
nnd southwestern roads Have requested
Piorrepont Morgan to use his in HuencC , which
is very great , in bringing about a better
state * of affairs. The recommendations
which the chairman of the existing assocln-
tlon , Aldnco Walker , made in the report ho
published about a month ago , liavo been
much discussed and very favorably consid
ered , and I think that if such a
meeting 03 is contemplated should
bo hold it would bo for too purpose
of further considering and taking action
on the measures bo advises. I of course nm
heartily in favor of anything that will restore -
store confidence and improve the situation.
Hates nro ridiculously low. The , roads are
utmblo to do all the business they have. Our
own road , as I have Just been informed by
telegraph , is 2,000 cars short of the number
wo need today. The old agreement ns
adopted hero was nil right and would have
been beneficial , but when it was taken out to
Chicago it was so amended as to bo practically
Qeorpo C , Magoun , of Kidder , Pcabody &
Co. , said to a , reporter that a circular calling
a meeting and setting forth its object was
under hourly consideration. It was being
formulated nnd might bo issued nt any mo
ment , but that at the tlmo at which ho was
speaking It was not ready to be Issued , Ho
added tint there was a great need for sucli a
meeting and for some action looking to the
improvement of rates.
Gould's New Association.
CHICAGO , Nov. 14. ( Special Telegram to
TimB EE. ] Tbo Ilallway Press bureau says :
The word has come from eastern llnanciul
meii to western railroad officials to so shape
matters as to bo in readiness for the i9rma-
tion of an association which shall swallow up
existing railroad associations. Few , if any ,
western railroad men know the details of the
proposed plan , except that it is to bo formu
lated in Now YorK under the guiding hand of
Jay Gould and J. Plerrcpont Morgan. 'Chair
man Midgloy of the Western Freight associ-
atloa will probably do tbo wording of the
agreement. Ho wrote the original agreement
of the Interstate Commerce Railway associa
tion nnd It met the approbation of all eastern
financiers until emasculated at the Chicago
Everything in the west is now being hinged
on the New York meetings. To lost the feelIng -
Ing a meeting of the executive ofllccrs of all
western railroads is to bo called early In De
cember to take action on a universal ndvanco
In rates. This move was started by Chair
man Midgloy and ho will call the meeting.
The ono objection now is that the farmers
liavo captured the Kansas , Ne
braska , Iowa nnd .Minnesota legisla
tures , and all railroad men fear more
hostile legislation. That they are in earnest ,
however , was conclusively shown today.
Committees had been appointed to select suc
cessors to Chairman Finley , formerly of the
Trans-Missouri association , and Chairman
Falthorn of the Western Freight. The com
mittee today recommended that the associa
tions continue under the acting chairman
until. December 31 , or until It was learned
whether a new association would bo formed
to include all the existing organizations.
Tlio Western Freight Association.
CHICAGO , Nov. M. [ Special Telegram tc
TIIK BISK. ] The Western Freight associa
tion wrangled all day on the divisions de
manded by the Union Pacific. These divisions
have been accepted by the Northwestern
Wabosh and Kansas City roads. Tno Rod-
Island today demanded n decision from Act
ing Chairman Osgood ns to whether it could
under the agreement , make the same terms
with the Union Pacific as the Northwestori
had. The decision will bo rendered tomor
row morning. "
The interstate commerce commission ha ;
granted an extension in the settlement of the
hug.rato to November " 5 , and it was consequently
quently agreed to postpone the matter until r
wcok from Tuesday , In the hopolhatthi
Alton would then agree to an advance In the
pncking-houso product ralo instead of equal
izing rates by reducing that on live hogs.
Tlio Burlington Won't Yield.
CHICAGO , Nov. 14. A vote of the member
of the Western Freight association toda ;
showed every road except the Burllngtoi
ready to back down nnd accept' the terms o
the Unton Pacific. The question as ti
whether action could bo taken without th
unanimous consent of all t + ro lines was referred
forrod to the chairman , The Burlington people
plo say that oven If the Union Pacific sue
coeds in forcing now divisions on Its Omahi
connections. It ( the Burlington ) will con
tlnuo to exchange traffic on the old basis.
Will Adopt Unli'ui m Classification.
SriiiNQFiEU ) , 111. , Nov. 14. The board o
railroad and wnrohouso commissioners todaj
decided to adopt the uniform classification o
rates , prepared by the standing committee :
fm uniform classification , appointed by th
convention of trafllo officers nt its meeting n
Chicago in December , 1888 , as they cousido
it much moro satisfactory to all conccrno
than the different and varying freight classl
ncatloa now in uso. The change takes otlcc
January 1 , 1891 ,
ttV TJl'K ' , H'ltREl.ti.
Horrible Death ofn 5fan AVIillo rnso-
Injt llotwcon Frclffrtt Curs.
OODEN , Utah , Nov. 14. [ Special Telegram
o Tin : Ilun. ] Henry Harsh , employed In
ho coal yards of the Union Pacific company
icre , mot with a horrible death this morning.
lo was passing between two freight cars on
ils way to work rind stepped on the
Ink between the burapors when the train
suddenly backed up , caught his foot nnd
crushed It and also held him fast. Ho fell
orward with his neck across the track , was
caught by the moving1 whet-li and his head
vns entirely severed from his body. The
rnln moved backward llfly feet , dragging
the headless body by the loot still Impris
oned. When found by the tram men tbo
icad lay by the track fifty feet from tbo body.
The deceased was about forty-two years old
nnd leaves a wlfo nnd six children. Ho will
jo buried by the Grnndi Army , to which bo
J\ HMJtSTREET. .
Stocks Show a Loss to a Greater or
Niw YonK , Nov. 14 , The stock market to
day was much less active than for a week
inst the general list being comparatively dull
with small fluctuations . and practically de
void of feature. Thor.o was , however , no
ack of animation In a half dozen or moro of
.ho leading stocks nnd their fluctuations wore
as largo as usual , tbo 'prevailing tendency
beingdownward. . The cause lor tbo renewal
of tiucaslnoss was found'thls morning In the
dispatches from abroad which reflected a less
confident tone nnd Indicated that the squeeze'
[ or money on the other side was by no moans
over. Hero the money telegraphed from San
Francisco aggregating $1GOD,000 , gave a much
castor tone to the money market and wbllo
the funds on call were run up to 13 per cent
at ono time , loans wcro made as. low as 4 nnd
finally ono at 5. Domestic nuws was of rather
nn encouraging character. North American
for the llrst time in many days ceased to bo
the most prominent stool : on the list and fern
n tlmo it wns comparatively neglected while
transactions In It reached tlio ordinary flguj-o.
Its early advance was not held and It
slowly drifted back to the neighborhood of
11. The feature in Inter dealings was the
honvy selling of Northern Pacific preferred ,
Which from t0j ! declined to r > 7.
The opening on the stock exchange
wns very irregular , but generally within
small fractious of last evening's close.
The ccneral list was quiet throughout ,
all Interest being in a few leading stocks.
At 11 o'clock the market was fairly active
and steady to firm nt about the opening.
In the afternoon the market continued to
scltlo down slowly and steadily and finally
closed active and weak nt , or near the lowest
prices ot the day. Lacktiwana is down 4V ,
Louisville nnd Nashville 2 < ! f , Union Pacific
2 < ( < , sugar ' . ! % , Northern Pacltlo preferred
2 % , Atchlson 1 % , St. Pa.il \ % .
Niw : Yom , Nov. It A motion for the ap
pointment of a receiver Of the North Hlver
banlt was postponed today until Monday because -
cause efforts nro being made to place the
bank on its old footing.
The London Flnniiolnl Situation.
Nnw YOIIK , Nov. 14. [ Special Telegram to
imBBE.l ThoEvoniiig Post , in its financial
article , says :
The early prices in London this morning ,
and tlio selling for London account imme
diately after the opcnjng f the market here ,
made iii apparent that file financial atmos
phere In London was not clelir by any means.
The mere fact that the I7ank of England had
found It necessary to borrow 3.000,000 of the
Bank of Franco for three months nt 9 per
cent , merely to have the gold required for
circulation in Scotland at this season of the
year nnd for other purposes of reserves for
London Joint stock banks , showed that the
situation had been moro strained thnn had
been fully realized before. It was well known
this morning that there are still rumors In cir
culation there in regard to other flnnnclul
houses , though In this IC.ISQ they may not
have any moro foundation than 'thostories ,
cabled hero yesterday about Martin & Co. ,
Which nro today pronouhccd entirely untrue.
A Strnliiod , Situation.
Losnojf , Nov. 14. Nowshas been received
from Buenos Ayres that the financial situa
tion is aggravated. Argentine securities hero
nro flat. Uruguayan securities have fallen.
There are fresh rumors'of difficulties outside
of the stock market.
Nebraska , Iowa and Dakota PciiHlons.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 14. [ Special Telegram
to THE BEK. ] The following pensions wore
granted Nebraskans todays Original
Hiram Davis , Wyraoro. Increase-Charles
Van Berg , Aurora ; Jonathan R. Bang , Lin
coln ; Joseph F , Chastaln , Tekamah. Orig
inal , widow Almeda , widow of Thomas'J.
Watkins , Tecumseh.
Iowa : Original Walker Wilson , Montrose -
rose ; John C. Schorinor , Latlmor ; Joseph
Ynckey , Defiance ; John It. Slocum ,
Waterloo ; James Hlgglns , Elkhart.
Increase Tryon Wickorshan , Albion ;
Lemuel Manly. Manuphotn ; Martin Ouder-
Kirk , Cloarlloldr William Bovco , Ross ; Sam
uel A. White , Washington ; John M. Flynn ,
Murray ; Jonas P. Cupp , Coming ; Solomon
Boycr. Worthlngton. lloissue Isaao Glfford.
DesMolnes ; Irn Nuwton , Brooks. Original
widows etc. Joseph , father of James Mil-
lago , Akron ; Catherine , widow of William
II. Hayes , Danburg. Widows arrears
reissue Cornelia E. . widow of Oliver
F. Burlingumo , Clinton. Restoration anil
increase Edward S. Kotchum , Afton.
Increase , special act Mark F. Carter , Lock-
ridge. Increase Nathaniel T. Marshall ,
Tingley ; James Ford , Plcasnntvillo ; Harri
son Bird , Davuinort ; Joseph Sacoro. Oxford
Junction. Original widows , etc. Wllllum ,
father of John Huffman , Marble Rock ; Marj
A. , widow of Samuel Quail , Sao City ; Jo
slab , father of Horace D , Conlco , Forl
South Dakota : Original , special act-
David Rose , Sandham , Increase Potei
Shuffhausen , CyndallL Original widows
Kobecca J , , widow of Thoma- . Jones , Mad
Ison. Increase Andrew N , Hall , White
Both Want Reciprocity.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 1'4. ' Some interesting
remarks bearing upon Iroclprocity were exchanged
changed today on the 'occasion of the rcccp
tion of Scnor Guanes , , the now Spanish mln
Istor to the United States , by President Har
rlson. Senor tiuane * sold : "Intenintlonn
excnango of prod nets'ollho manufactures o
the United States and Spain Is surely ono o
a necessary law nnd nro based upon Instinct !
and the universal needs of the present day
and the greater the dlffcrenco between thel
customs and the productions of their labor
so much moro necessary Is it for the nation ;
to como closer together and mcreaso theli
exchanges. To maintain those Interests um
to contribute ) to their development shall bi
the object of my mosfc solicitous caro. "
President Harrison , Toplylng said : "It Ii
most gratifying that. In thus entering upoi
your mission , you express , In the nnino o
your sovereign and-of the Spanish nation i
warm deslro for continued harmony of rola
tlons nnd the intimacy of intercourse betweei
the United States nnd Spain. Inspired b' '
like sentiments , I < tount upon your promise !
aid in developing larger relations and close
ties of nmltv and commerce which both nn
tlons desire for their reciprocal advantage. "
The O'Stioa Dlvoi-oo Oase.
LONDON. Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram t
TIIEBEE.J The tJ'Shea divorce case wll
eomo up for trlaf before Mr. Justice Butt li
tbo divorce court tomorrow. It Is likely thu
It wilt not take moro than a day to hoar n !
thoevldenco. Sir Charles Hussell will no
appear for Mr. Pamdl , the co-respondent i
the case , as it was previously announced h
would. It Is rumored that Mr. Parncll wll
appear before tbo court and conduct his owi
case in person ,
nil" ' T\I inn AP PI\T i f iirr"P
lib PLACE Or HNAL REST ,
The Disposition of the Ecmains of Qoncral
Grant is Considered ,
TROUBLES OF A NEBRASKA DISTILLER ,
l 'ort Onmliii to lie Made n Model
Garrison Jitt-t How the ICluc-
_ tloii was Lost After
WASHINGTON Bumuu Tin : OMAHA BEE , )
Mil FouuTEtiNTit STHKCT , >
WASHINGTON , U. C. , NOV. 14. )
The friends of Mrs. Qrnnt expect her to
visit Washington ( luring the whiter for the
purpose of conferring concerning the effort
tliut Is being made tu secure the removal of
General Grant's remains to Arlington. It Is
no longer u secret that Mm. Grant desires
the change to bo nmilc , anil she lias expressed
her regret that the house commlttco on
library did not force the issue botoro the nil-
journmcnt of the last session. The scimto
biul taken action nnd the house might liavo
doneso had the subject been forced upon its
attention. Mr. O'NcIl of Pennsylvania , who
had the matter In charge , Is a gentleman of
more dignity than push , and ho was trampled
out of sight by less courteous members. It is
Mrs. Grant's ' wish to sco the work of con
structing a monument ovnr her husband's
grave well advanced If not completed while
she lives , tmil for that reason she favors con-
gresslonal action ns the only guarantee for
the proper memorial to the lifo nnd service
of her husband. The Now Yorlc delegation
n congress is determined to resist every
effort that is made to sccuro the removal of
the remains , but they will not succeed. It is
very plain , however , that unless something is
done at the approaching session of congress
.ho body will bo allowed to remain in Now
x MODEL OAimisoN.
Senator Mandorson hopes to got sufficient
appropriations to mnko Kort Omaha a model
parrison , and comes to Washington this early
for the purpose of taking dim-go of matters
of direct Interest to his constituents. lie was
at the treasury department today in the In
terest of the Nebraska distillery i-aso , as it
was desired to open that Institution for busi
ness. Ho says they represent to him that
they liavo 1,500 head of cuttlo tied up for
feeding nnd they are prevented from opening
by the pretended claim of ownership madoby
individuals connected with the whisky trust ,
and that it appears that the owners of the
distillery sold out to the whisky trust , which
closed down the establishment and kept. It
closed. The supreme court of Nebraska set.
aside this sale to the trust as against public
policy and declared it void. It also dissolved
the old corporation and forfeited its charter.
Then a now company was organized , and now
that It is about to open Individuals connected
with the whisky trust claim ownership by
reason of a transfer of the stock of the old' '
company , The commissioner of internal
revcnuo will bo asked to decide the question
of ownership before ho can permit the open-
HOW IT WAS DOXn.
Senator Manderson , who has Just returned
from Nebraska , says that ho Is somewbutdls-
llgured by the Into political disaster , but de
clares ho Is in the rincr for future battles in
the interest of the republican party , Ho said
today that the result In Nebraska was a de
cided surprise to him ; that ho realized this
was an oil year and expected the loss of the
lower house of congress , but ho did iiiot look
for such nn universal defeat. '
"I expected considerable danger from the
and farmers' alliance movements
i Nebraska , " said he , "but the full extent of
the defection was not , realized by miy one until
after the returns wore ull received. The
selfishness of every man prompts him to de-
slro that what ho produces shall be high and
that what ho consumes shall bo , in price ,
low. The McKinley bill came with a rising
market , ia which prices were going up from
natural causes. If you will examine
the returns you will llnd no proportionate
tionate Increase of the democratic vote.
The side shows of nn off year wore the
great causes of defeat. Then thuro were
local questions involved. In some states po
litical bosslsm was to bo rebuked , nnd this
was a good year to administrate it. In other
states , notably in Wisconsin and Illinois , the
school question nnd particulaily compulsory
education was the issue. In others , prohibi
tion , railroad domination , transportation nnd
like questions wore what induced third party
movements. In Nebraska a peculiar condi
tion was disclosed. Although I realized its
membership was great , I had DO idea that the
farmers' alliance would poll one-third of the
entire vote of about .315,000 , the greatest num
ber over cast. The democrats hnvo no gain
of votes , hut hnvo been able to profit by our
divided strength. The sumo causes produced
like results in the congressional districts.
The votes thrown by these who have been
always afllliatcd with the republicans to the
farmers' alllimco candidates would have
elected Council and Dorsoy. In Laws'
district the democrats nnd nlliauco-
unttcd to olcct McKcIghnn , an all-around
democrat , over Harlan , an anti-monopoly re
publican. The alliance has a secret organl/a-
tion , and I am told that Its members are oath-
bound in some placci not to road political
literature unless sanctioned by their own
iiRnna NOT WORDS.
Upon the recommendation of General Miles
orders w'ero Issued today by the war depart
ment directing the troops stationed at torts
Mcado , Nlobrara , Hoblnson , Lnramlo nnd
other points in the vicinity of the threatened
Indian outbreak to take the field at once.
Lieulcnnnt Colonel Summer of the Eighth
cavalry has bbcn ordered to report to General
Miles at Chicago , the purpose being to place
thu former in command of the column ordered
into the Held. There will bo a repetition of
the scene enacted several years ago when the
late General Sheridan mussed a largo force
of United States troops near Fort Hcno , In
dian Territory , and thus prevented a threat
ened outbreak. The war department now
proposes to make a similar demonstration
against the northern Indians and spends no
tiuio iu useless parleying with them.
] ) itAvns roit snow.
Major John M. liurko nnd Nato Salisbury ,
the Buffalo Bill show managers , called ut the
whlto house with a band of Sioux warriors
and made strenuous efforts to sco President
Harrison with a view to urging him to revoke -
voko the order probibitlnt : the employment
of the Indians on reservations for chow pur
poses. Thu Indian show business is almost
exclusively maintained now by braves from
the Pine Kldgo agency in South Dakota. The
Indian ofllccrs say the president will not re
voke the order nnd there will bo no moro
participation in the show business by Indians
who receive recognition ut the hands of the
Hon. J. W.Balloy of Siouv Falls. S. D , , is
hero on business. PEIIUYS. HEATH.
Tlmo Is Money.
WASHINGTON , Nov. 14 , Commodore Dewey ,
chlof of the bureau of equipment of tbo navy ,
in his annual report , referring to telegraphIng -
Ing on time from the naval observatory , says
the notable Incident of the past year was the
concerted attack made upon this system by
various observatories throughout the country
tho'objoct being to break up the system li
order that tlmo which Is now furnished with
out cost from the naval observatory , may bo
distributed and charged for at these minot
observatories as a means of contributing to
BOSTON , Nov. 14. At the Methodist mis
sionary convention today a number of appro
prlatlonswere made ! For China , $103,000 ,
Mulosia , tS.OOO ; Bulgaria , $10,000. For wort
in Italy , * 50,000 was voted , the committee 01
Kuropo recommending that sum in view o
the work which bad been done In that coun
TIIK n'JKKCK OF Tlli : HKilM'JtVT ,
O | > lulonn on tlio Causes tlint licit to
LONDON , Nov. 11. [ Special Cablegram to
Tin : BKK.J Lord George Hamilton , first lord
f the admiralty , has authorized the comp-
roller of the navy to flatly deny Admiral Kl-
oil's statement that the Serpent's engines
vcro altogether too powerful for her frame.
Lord George declares that the Serpent wns
mply strong enough to bear the strain of her
mglncs. Hesayshor commander doubtless
est his course and the vessel wits wrecked
oforo ho becnino nwnro of his whereabouts ,
Admiral Hlchnrds , whoso nephew was nnvl-
nting lieutenant of the Serpent , in nn Inter-
low today , said ho believed that the Serpent
vns damaged In Monday's storm and that shu
iftdo for Corunu. Ho thought the wreck was
uoto the obscuring ol the Vlllado light. Ho
ogarded Admiral Elliott's statements ni
Cnplaln Burnnby , the designer of the Sor-
tent , say * that the construction of shoddy
hips is Impossible In the British navy. The
csscls of the Serpent's class , ho said , tins
nfe , but uncomfortable for the crow. Ho
greed with the comptroller of the works of
iurland & Wolff of llclfnst , the makers of
lie machinery , that thu Serpent's engines
vcro light but perfect.
A Menmor Wrecked.
LONDON , Nov. 14. The Hull steamer , Dor-
vontwator , strucit a roof oft Catio Flnlstcrro
nd foundered. Two of the crew were
Downed nnd sixteen saved.
TIIK COSSOJll'TMOA VVHK ,
Tlio Lympli May Now Ho Ohtniucd
from Koeh'8 Coadjutor.
Bnni.iN , Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram to
Tun Bin : . ] The article by Prof. Koch In
his week's number of the Deutsche Medln-
zlscho Wochi'iisehrlft , the Gorman medical
vcekly , Is entitled "Furtr-or Communication
on the Cure of Tubercolosls and Experiments
Which Dr. Ltbbcrtz nnd Staff Surgeon
'ruhl Performed Relating Thereto Umlcr
Prof. Itoeh's Direction. " In thts article
'rof. Koch says that ho Is as yet unprepared
to Indicate the sources from which the cura
tive matter is derived ; neither Is ho ready to
explain the method of preparation. The rea
son ho gives is that the experimental work
las not yet been brought to completion. Ho
states , however , that the lymph itself can
low bo obtained from Dr. Llbbertz , whoso
address Is No. iiS Lucnoburger Strasso ,
The lymph Is described ns consisting of a
) rowulsh transparent liquid. It is so pro-
> ared as to bo proof against detcriorin-
Ion. When , however , it is diluted
with water to the necessary degree for use
ho matter is liable to decay. Ills necessary ,
hercfore , that the attennuatlons shouli' bo
) crfectly sterilized oy heat and preserved In
vnddlng covered or , prepared with n solution
) f phenol 50 par cent strong. When taken
nto the stoifmch the curative matter proves
o have no effect. It must bo applied sub-
cutancously by means of a valveless syringe.
The kind of syringe recommended by Prof ,
loch is ono furnished with n small-hollow ,
ubber ball. Thcsynngo approved Itself to
lim during his bacteriological experiments ,
ts merit Is that It can bo easily and surely
Insed with absolute alcohol nnd kept In per
fectly aseptic condition. In thousands. of
cases , ho says , where it has been used for
uu-cutaneous injections not a single abscess
One of Kooh'H Cures.
FIIA.NKFOIIT , Nov. 14 , [ Special Cablegram
o TIIK Biu.J : One of the persons who liavo
been benoIUted. by Prof. Koch's treatment
vos a sufferer from bronchial tubcranlosls.
Pho patient had a swelling In one knee which
iad for a long time been very painful. The
doctors who watched the casa assert that the
eactlro effect following the injection of
yiupli proved that a tubercular process ex-
stcd in the knee , which has slnco been free
'rom ' disease.
An Exodus of Sufferers.
Br.nux , Nov. 14. There Is a regular ex
odus from the Mediterranean shores of con
sumptives to Berlin. Many American decors -
ors nro coming to hear Kochs lecture No
THE FAT STUCK SHOW.
List of Premiums Awarded to tlio
Success ! ' til Competitors .
CIIICAOO , Nov. 14. The fut stock show was
crowded nil day. Premiums were awarded
on Short-Horns this afternoon , Michigan ,
Kentucky and"Mlnncsotn cattle securing llrst
prizes. First premiums on Chester AVhtto
swlno were taken by J. p. Prince , Willlimis-
villo , 111. ; Poland China , by James C. Shaw ,
Stone Harris of Townington , 111. , and W.
I1. Lynn & Son of Yorkvillo ; Essex swine ,
! 1. M. Wnlworth and Frank Wilson of Mich-
gnu , Buroo ; Jersey Hed , Thomas Bennett of
[ foxvillo , III. : Berkshire , C. Burns , Buffalo
Hart , 111. ; Victoria , Stone & Harris , Town-
.ntfton . , 111. A largo crowd in the evening
witnessed the equestrian feats of Madame
Coup's trained horbcs and the high Jumping
of the pony , Charlie , ridden by Charles Irtir-
; ess of Wlnona , 111 , Charlie is and Iron-
jray pony , four feet one inch high and
lumped huidlcs four feet nine Inches high ,
making the champion pony record of the
ICiinsas Prohibition Couldn't Keep
Liquor From a Democratic Banquet.
LCAVUNUOKTH , Kan. , Nov. 14. Much ex
citement WAS caused yesterday by the police ,
who raided the National hotel and carried
away the wine nnd glassware provided for
the banquet to bo given that evening by
the Bandana club in honor of'Thurman. Tlio
members of the ejub secured another quan
tity nnd bad twenty deputy sheriffs sworn In.
They took possession of the hotel , but no at
tempt was madu by. the police to raid the
banquet hall us It was said they would.
The KnitlUh I.lhol Law.
[ Copi/rloM KSO bit Jnmcs Qmtion Dtnnttt , ]
LONDON , Nov. 14. [ New York Herald Cable
-Special to Tun Br.n. | The English libel
law is stiff enough to make a man without a
backbone sit up. The arrest of Charles
Francklyn of New York , charged with the
embezzlement of over $500,000 from the Horn
Silver mining company must still bo remem
bered. Action wns brought against Franck
lyn by Sir Bacho Cuunrd In October , 187" .
The London Times printed n telegram from
Now York giving a bare statement of the
charge nnd the arrest. Francklyn brought
nn action for libel and today In a high court
Of Justice Judgment was entered against the
Times for JE100 nnd coats after the solldtot
general for the Times had made a complete
apology and offered to settle for 100 and
Killed Ills Unulu with n Bat.
AI.TOONA , Pn , , Nov. 14. [ Special Telogrsir
to Tun BKE. ] BoydGllmoro struck his uncle ,
Hugh Stetvnrt , over the head with a baseball
bat last night , inflicting injuries which re
sulted in Stewart's death this morning
Stewart was Intoxicated and was abusing
young Gllmoro's mother.
A False lie port.
Cnr.YF.NNn , Wyo. , Nov. 14. There Is m
truth In the report of a disastrous rnllwaj
wreck on the Union Paclllo yesterday. Ar
engine broke down , delaying traQlc , but moue
ouo was hurt.
A Ilnnk of Kuslnnd Loan.
PAW ? , Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram t <
TIIK BEE. ] The Temps says that the Bank o
Franco advanced to the Bank of Knglani
i'3,000,000 for three months at per cent.
Tlio Dentil Itoll.
LONDON , Nov. 14. John DdlUc , America !
consul at Bristol , died today ,
BIRCHALl PAYS THE PENALTY ,
The Murderer of Young Bonwoll Executed
at Woodstock , Ontario.
IE HELD HIS NERVE TO THE LAST *
The Leave-Taking with llln Wife and
1'rloiiil A Itomtliito Knuliij ; of
Death A Denial of Any
WOODSTOCK , Out. , Nov. 14. Blrclmll , the
ondenmed murderer of Hen well , was hanged
it 8-,2'J ' this morning , At 1 o'clock this morn *
ho leave-taking between the condemned man
nnd his weeping wlfo took place.
Breakfast was brought Into BlivlmU's cell
nt 0 o'clock and ho nto n little. Thou ho began
o prepare himself for the llnal ordunl. Ha
nit on u whlto flannel shirt , with a coat nnd
est over It , but ho had previously asked tha
urnkuy to see that the ilannel shirt was re
ilnccd lifter the execution by an ordinary
vhlto shirt with starched collar and tto.
The doors of the Jail opened ntTjiiO and it
rowd of about two hundred waiting men
vcro admitted to the yard where the scaffold
vns erected. At S-.1 : ! ! 11. in. , the preparations
laving been completed , the prisoner was
aiccn from fits cell to the scaffold , Ho.waa
deathly pule , but resolute , and his stop was
As tbo party ncared the scaffold the Angli
can service was rendered , nnd whi'n this wns
completed Blrclmll stepped firmly forward
nnd took his plaro under the gallows. Ho
ook Lectha'ii's ' linnds In his nnd the friends
dssed oich other. The execution'.1- put a
trap around the prisoner's legs nnd arms
uul then n clergyman took BIrchall's
innd and kissed him. As the priest entered
ipon the Lord's in-ajer * the executioner
> ut the black cap over the licadof the doomed
mm and adjusted the noose about his neck.
At a signal the weight was released mill
ho body was Jerked into the ulr about llvo
cet , and six minutes later lllrelmll was do-
Birchnll did not say n word after leaving
ds cell , except It might have been to mutter
a word to Lecthain or Wade when ho buda
hem good bye.
A postmortem showed that death wns
caused by strangulation , Ills tbo opinion of
ho Jail ollleluls Unit the execution was well
lone. The body will bo buried in the Jail
Blrclmll loft n document with a friend In
vhlch ho denies ho hits made nnv confession
of having committed , or having find nny per-
onal connection with the murder , and stat
us that any confession Hint may appear uftc
his death is fictitious.
Sir Lyon I'lnyfnlr Deals KUonslvclf
with thu MuKiiiley Hill.
LONDON , Nov. 14. Sir Lyon Playfntr , in a
pecch at Leeds last night , dwelt at great
ength on iho tariff policy of the United
States. Ho cited a host of statistics to sbow
lint the consumer always paid the extra
duty. The effects of the tarht will bo dlsas *
rous to American agriculture. Ho declared
Canada will bo nblo to npply Great Britain
vlth nil tbo food she now gets from the
Jutted States. If Cnnda would reconstruct
icr tnrllT revenue principles Kuropo and Asift
would-coutributo to her future commercial
Referring to the meat Inspection billet
Vincrlcn , ho dcclitrod the empowering ot
the president to boycott the nations was an
ict unworthy a great nation. The boycott hud
lover hitherto been recognized by Interna
tional law. Ho considered tlio reciprocity
clause In the McKinley bill a safety valve to
prevent high pressure from the going up at
iH-otcction. Already there were bigus In Ocr-
nuny. Italy , and elsewhere of lings of dis-
roas in protection camps. Though Enplane !
night bo injured for a year or two by the
United States tariff legislation ho hoped thny
would not dream of reprisals. The Times lu
a long editorial says Sir Lyon'H speech is the
most complete exposure yet published on
either side of the Atlantic of the absurdity ot
the McKinley tnrifT , The opponents of high
[ irotectivo duties , it siys , could hnrdly do
jotter than to circulate his dispassionate
argument among the American electorate be
fore tho'next contest for control of oxucutlvo
power. _ _
The Icomnii Wns Dupoil.
CIIKMGO , Nov. 11. The Evening Journal
publishes a long story in regard to the al-
logcd confession of Patrick O'Sullivan , now
in the state pemtentlnrv for the murder ot
Dr. Cronin. It .says the fact that O'Sullivnn
was the dupe of the real conspirators has
BCCII known to the state's attorney for a long
imo ; that O'Sullivan had no Idea Cronlu
wns to bo murdered when ho enticed him to
the fatal coUntro ; it has been known to
O'Sulllvnn's friends ever slnco his arrest. If
lie gets a now trial the state's attorney bo-
liovcs ho will make a confession nnd reveal
the names of the conspirators its witnesses
for the state. If ho does not got n new trial
it Is expected ho will make u confession la
the hope of having the sentence commuted.
Nobrnnka CnntcntH In
LINCOLN , Nob. , Nov. H. Tlio Stnto Jour
nal says : Slnco the election there have been
rumors of n disposition on the part of the In
dependents to contest the election of any republican -
publican or democratic stnto ofJlcer-elect ,
though nothing tangible wns mentioned. To *
night It Is given out , on indisputable author
ity , that a leading law firm of this city has
been retained to conduct tlio contests and Is
already nccuriiig evidence. Charges of fraud
nro made , though in what particular locality
cannot bo ascertained.
ICANSVB CITV , Mo. , Nov. 11. An Atchlson ,
ffan. , special contains an Interview with
SenatorIngnlls rcgardlng-lils chances for ro '
clectlon'to the United States senate.
"What ! " said Ingalls , "not win when I nm
certain of golnu Into the fight with seventy
votes within fourteen of enough to elect mo )
T would make the light If I had hut thrtio
votes and knew I would jjot no more. "
Moro Bodies Siveipt Anlioro.
MAIIIIID , Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram to
Tim Bin : . ] The latest advices from
Corumm say that several more bodies have
been washed nslioro. No signs of n boat
huvo been discovered , Little Information can
bo secured from the survivors , the inhnu- ,
Hunts and tha sailors not understanding each
The Conlorpnon a Failure.
BfUSK , Nov. 14. [ Special Cablegram to
Tin : Biu. : ] The confcicnco which has been
discussing the affairs of the Canton of Tlclno ,
with a vluw of bringing about an amicable
arrangement between1 the llborala and con *
sorvatlvcs , has failed to accomplish Its pur *
pose and has adjourned.
Tlio Weather Forecast.
, Poi Omaha and Vicinity Fair ; colder.
For Iowa nnd Nebraska -Light rains (
slightly cooler ; western winds.
For South Dakota Light rains ; no chanfji
tu temperature ; northerly winds.
Ktrjiinntl | | > Arrival" .
At New Vork The State of Georgia , from
Glasgow ; the Nevada , from Liverpool.
At London Sighted The Cltv of Chicago
and Western Land , from Now York ,
Hiilllon In Iho Hunk of
LONDON , Nov. 14 , [ Special Cablegram to
Tins HKB.J The amount of bullion gone Into
the Bank of Kiiglund on balance today It
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