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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

A NEVER. MIND FELLOW. Ifcever mind the weather If It's spring time, many a tree Is shakin' down Its Wossoms la a shower over me: An' I know the girls air gain" where the houn- eysuckles grow. An' I sec the rivers flowta" aa' I'm slid I'm fur (rod snow. I never mind the weather If It's summer, well, I seem To pull myself together an1 Jest dream, an dream, an' dream! For the roses roll around me in a perfect foam o sea. An' the good Lord runs the weather an' It's all alike to met I never mind the weather If It's winter, well. I see A dozen happy faces round the fireside for me; -Xa' I know the kettle's steamln', an' I know the fire's bright. An' I see blue ayes a-beamln', an' I'm all at home at nightl Atlanta Constitution. A FAMOUS FIGHT. -A Story of the Early Day3 In Leadville. Ko man in Leadville in the early mining' days enjoyed a more deserved popularity thin little Bob Brierly. lie was a bright fellow, genial and so ciablein his disposition, warm in his at tachments and courteous...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

The Weekly Democrat- Published Every Saturday by The Democrat Printing Go. 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Poet Offle at Cape Girardeau, Mo., as second-class matter. SATURDAY, MAY 1. 18!f,. It is said that Senator Morrissey died with his pockets full of railroad passes. John Harlow, of St. Louis, has been appointed United States Civil Service Commissioner. J udge Wear is (fcttinr it from all sides. The newspapers, the lawyers and the pi-eachtrs arc all after I113 scalp and the indications are that his judical dignity will not save him. State Senator IV-tc-r II. . Morrissey was killed in a house of ill-fame in St. Louis Monday ni;'lit. He was shot by the woman who was his mis tress. This should be a warning to some of our statesmen in this county who take in the town when they visit St. Louis. Senator Morrlssey. who was killed in a house of ill-fame in St. Louis Monday nifjht was a Democrat. They don't kill 1 It-publicans in houses of that kind. Xow and then we hear of a Republican...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

PERSONAL AND IPERTINENT. MOJfDAY. The river is lower than it was ever known to be at this this time of the year within the memory of the oldest inhabitant. Mr. J. E. r'rauklin.of Frederick-town, is in the city. Mr. Franklin is inter ested in several thousand aires of land in IVmiseot county. He informs us that he recently disposed of six sec tions of land on Little lliver at a irood price Died, in this city Saturday. May II, 1SD5, Henry Mahnke, .Tr., aged it years 3 months and 12 days. Funeral from family residence, corner ISroadway and Sprijrff streetto German Methodist church thence to New City Cemetery at 3 o'clock p. m. to-day. C'has. T. Lewis has returned from St, Louis where he has been for a week serving on the jury in the U. S. district court. He persuaded theoourt to excuse him from further service, at this term. The price of wheat is crawling up. Our millers are paying sixty-live cents to-day, but there is very little wheat in the country and the price will have to go high...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. B. ADAMS. Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. MISSOUEL The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC James Herbebt, a clerk, killed his rife in New York by cutting her throat with a razor and then drowned him- tell- Jealousy was the cause. The risible supply of grain In the United States on the 6th was: Wheat, 62,196,000 bushels; corn, 9,354,000 bush els; oats, 5,816,000 bushels; rye, 127,000 bushels; barley, 402.000 bushels. Kearlt 10,000 workmen were idle in St. Louis on account of the combined Strike of the hod-carriers and brick yard employes. 1 he town ol Dayton, ienn., was ruined by a cloudburst. Ik a discussion over text-books in a school house near Como, CoL, Ilenja tnin R&tcliffe shot and killed Samuel F. Taylor, L. F. McCurdy and George D. Wyatt, constituting the school board. John Swedtke and Abram de Mees ter celebrated de Meester's 16th birth day at Grand Rapids, Mich., by going in swimming' and both were drowned. Houses were swept away...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. -CAPE GIEAEDEAU. MISSOCEL MY QUEEN. "When and how shall I earliest meet herf What are the words she first will say? By what name shall I learn to greet herf I know not now; It will come some dayl . tne 8etfsame sunlight shlnlng.npon her. Shining down on the ringlets' sheen. he la standing somewhere she I shaU honor. She that I wait for, my queeu, my queen: Whether her hair be golden or raren. Whether her eyes be hazel or blue. 1 know not now, but 'twill be engraven Some day hence as my loveliest hue. Many a girl I have loved for a minute. Worshiped many a face I have seen: Ever and aye there was something In It, Something that could not be hen, my queen I I will not dream of her. tall and stately. She that I love mav be fairy light: I will not say she must move sedately Whatever she does it will then be right She may be humble or proud, my lady. Or that sweet calm that Is just between: And whenever she comes she will find me ready To do her homa...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 18 May 1895

THE LOBBY'S BILL. How It stand After Being Amended Momewhatin the Senate. Jefferson City, Mo., May 15. After the Peers substitute to the com mittee bill had been adopted last night, and the Senators had time to get their tiupper, they began to talk about what they had accomplished. This is the way the Peers substitute that will pass the Senate, stands: The proviso of the first section ap plying' to labor organizations was stricken out with the consent of Peers himself. That is the most important amendment that was made. Yeater succeeded in getting an amendment added prohiting railroad companies from forcing employes into insuring with them under a penalty of tl,000 for each infraction of the law. The amendment is all right, but the railroads are not going to make much kick over it The amendment which the friends of genuine fellow servant legislation re gard as the most important was that offered by Senator Kennish. and adopted by a viva voce vote. It amends section 2 of the bill, an...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

' i H i i 1 V i : : : i A: 1 -s DEMOCRAT PKLHTiKG GO. meters." CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY. MAY 25. 1895. Vol. XX no. 4 S Ky( O1IG01ISTITDTI0HAL. THEIR FIRST QUARREL. IT IS THE LAW; HENRY CLAY. DECORATION DAY. Is the Democratic I ncome - - Tax Law. . & Declared by a Dortalon of the J"IJ Bench of the Supreme Conrtof thaVftited States. -.-- . - Washington-, D. CL, May 2a The Supreme Court to-day declared the entire ineotnetaxlaw unconstitutional. V Five of the nine Justices were gJnt - i l . - . . I m : ... we law tuur w lb- u iuuw - agauie the law were Chief Justice Fuller and , Justices Field, Gray, Brewer and . Shiras; for the law, Justices Harlan, White, Brown and Jackson. ' The conclusion! of the Court were as follows:-. . - ' L We adhere to the opinion al- - ready announced that taxes on real estate, being indisputably direct taxes, taxes on the rents or income of real ; estate are equally direct taxes. 'K a. w e are or vne opinion wai taxes on personal property - or ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B- H. APSM8. PcbUsSer. CAPE GISASDEA0.' - 'MlSSOUia The News Condensed; important Intelligence From AH Parts. ..:: " -. . - . v ' DOMESTIC V- , . A Pax-Haxdlk freight engine ex ploded at EUr City, Ind., fatally ecald bur TlnDU Peter Eimnn msiA Bnlu. man John Long.-;; . - ' . .-. ' Barlow, of St. Lcmla, and CoL William G. Bice, of Kew : York, to be civil : service , commissioners, to -. succeed Messrs, Roosevelt and Lyman, WnisxwiJtD, the head of the Cheyenne Indiana, dropped dead on the street of Wichita, Kan., on hearing of the death , of his favorite grandchild. A organized band waited on all the negroes in Alvin, Tex., and commanded them to leave town or he prepared to ., meet death. Fxah - Em and his wife were : burned to death by the destrncUon of their house by fire at Midland, Mich. - Wktjlx plowing stumps near Lebanon, IncL, Albert Beckett and Frank Jones were blown to atoms by the premature explosion of dynamite. ' A you at Pratt City, Ala., destroyed forty-on...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

T.HE DEMOCRAT. B. U. ADAM3. Publisher. CAPE GIRARDEAU. - - MISSOCEi THE FARMER'S GOLDEN WED ' DING. :: Tes, yo reiaeatfcer. Muqt dear, bow fifty Tears ago "We stood tefore the person a tb bloom at youth, yon kajw: Too a pnuy sir! ot twenty, I homely eoua- trrtoy. . But yet. J on loved me, Nancy, and I wished ao ; deeper Joy. . That mora in (Ingham von outshone the old world' faireit Queea, And I wa proud to stead by yon la eassimere, I ween: : here were no glf.t or goodly cheeks oar bank account to (well. And the bride to all tie kisses a I still ra- member welL . tTe didn't go to Europe whither bridal eon pies swarm. Bat settled down that Tery day npoa this dear old farm: And here we're 11 Tod without a Jar, bat not witboat some tears; And here we're walked adowa the rale of lUe for fifty years, . . The touch of Time hss changed your locks. once dark, to loess of snow. Sat they frsme your face In beauty Just ss fifty years age. - They ssy your bands hire wrinkled, wife, bat bo! It ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

Tie Weekly Democrat. Published Every Saturday by Be - Democrat Printing .60. - ,114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the Pott Offle at Cape Girardeau, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1895. Butler "I may be poor, but "there was a time when I rode in a carriaare." Cook "Yes, and your mother push ed it. " PaUMallBidgfetj : , The Bloomgeld and Dexter papers are using- "mud'' instead of 'the usual brand of printers' ink. They are car rying on a windy war of words over a proposed branch court at Dexter, with ounty seat removal as a probable contingency, i Better keep cool and fight the small pox. '-" ' A new warehouse in Paris has been built with glass' floors. The initial I cost is considerably over' that of the "ordinary floor, but, in view of the fact .toughened glass is so, much longer lived than wood, the experiment is likely to prpve cheaper in the long run. ; , - '.. ."' " Last Saturday afternoon J. B, Walker, Prosecuting Attorney of Iron county, was shot and instantly killed at Pilot Knob by d; , 13. ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

... 'PERSONAL ' AND 'PERTINENT." . ' -'. x--i , ; MONDAY. -- 'i ' I- i ,What's the use to complain of hard time . wlen yon can travel by steam boat cheaper than ; you can stay at home? - The hustling- little steamer wary Morton is carrying passengers to St, Louis and return, round, trip, lor tne dollar and fifty cents, meals inciuaea., ,. : . , xa. juuge is again making cigars lor August Bierwirth. " - Mr. J. m. Lucas informs us that he will; sell the furniture in the St Charles Hotel and quit the hotel busi ness.: v Otto Holm has just completed the snest job of fresco painting ever turn ed out from the hand of an artist in this city. The , work is in Mayor Coerver's residence, and those who want to see something tne should go through Mr. Coerver's house and in spect this work. , , . . , . Will Warren purchased some of the largest strawberries this morning that nave beon brought to this market for many years. The berries were grown in this county too. . .. ' .i Next Friday will be t...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

THE SHiY.ES QUESTION. Tha Author of "Cola Financial School" and Frot Langhiln Xcca la Joint Debate at the ZUtaota link In ChlatKO, Jsafora aa Av "- cUsao Only Limited br the . Hall's Capacity. CmcaftO, May 14 A ntlrrinsr pollt loi encounter took place lait night hardly paralleled in the west since the famous htragge between Lincoln and Douglas on the ere of the civil war. The platform combatant were two plants of the opposing sides in the rag ing financial controversy J. Law rence Laoghlln, professor of political the favorite authority of President -Cleveland, and William II. Earvey, au thor of "Coin's Financial School." There were many who wanted to hear the argument who were disap pointed, as the auditorium was filled to overflowing. The spacious rooms of the Illinois club on Ashland bottle' vard were crowded to almost suffoca tion when the president of the club, Dr. Homer M. Thomas, announced all in readiness for the dress-suit gladi- ntora. . ; ; , . The proposition to be discus...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

FARM AND GARDEN. . SPREADING -A FLEECE. ; , lilctt About Tjtss; l Wool to tha liMt A4vmataff. . uor idcwju is vo lie up oj uanu oat the help of any 'boy or press. Use a table 4 by 5 feet and 3 feet high. Have a half-inch hole through ' the middle of the back edjje, throng-h which to cm the twine, and a note h directly opposite in the front side in -which to fasten the end of the twine. AVe thns use a single eord. The fleece ii placed upon the table very ranch ai la any method of tying. I always torn the fleece, however, la such a way at TJ, lllH ttlA nArf.tr Mid , frt.. -tome. I append a rough outline of a fleece spread npon the table. Indicating by the dotted line the place for divid ing the fleece. . . A fleece needs to be lined to give it a good appearance and keep it from pall ing apart. After spreading it npon the table draw the fleece together, com pressing the fiber a el oely as practic able, then -divide the fleeee as indi cated, thns partially skirting the fleece, as this t...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 25 May 1895

Grand jar; to Investigate, ; Jeffesson Cjty, Mo., ; May 23. The Cole County Circuit Court is in session: and this 'morning Judge. D. ominous instmctions to the Grand Jury relative to rumors of legislative " "xcere la one otoer matter, gentle- attention. It has "been etarged in the 1 public press and elsewbare that ' mem- . 1 n 1 ' 1 1 .1 ctaie now in session nave Deen cor- rupted. The charges ; in many , in- . and specific character. '.Now, gentle men, ;-if any member of - the General A. VI &. J" .1 I 3 ' received money or other valuable thing ' action he is guilty of a crime, ; as is also the person who corrupted him. On the other hand, if these charges are not true, then the parties Who have made them are guilty of criminal libel and should be prosecuted. : " . ; ' ? - "Jfo Government can enjoy the cor : fidence and respect of the people when such direct charges, so generally made, go unnoticed. It is your duty, gen tlemen, as honest jurors, unswerred by any motive except to h...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 June 1895

DEMOCRAT PRINTING GO., Publisbers. CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1895. Vol. XX No. 5 OUR CELEBRATION. THEY COULDN'T COME. It Proved to be a Pleas ant Affair. For a short Notice .et-up It wan n lleclded ui'ces and Our Vlsll ors Were Well l'lcased. The 2th day of May, ix'1.1, will go down in the history of Cape Girardeau , as one of its grandest -oneof its proud-1 est days. It was a day that marked a ; new era in the progress of the city. It ' was a day and an occasion on which the multitudes assembled to witness I the celebration of an enterprise that is j lavement ha: to make our city a great metropolis ! ':,V- 11 u'" for a section of conntry that abounds !lll,tl1-1- monunieiit to city's enterprise in wealth mineral and agricultural, j itml pi osjx-rity. It was a day for rejoicing, not only ! 1 Regretting tliat I cannot witness the for the jx-ople of Cai Girardeau but ! aml triaI "f ,,1(' n,;w system for all the lieimle throughout Sm.tl n i in which i would 1m- much in...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 June 1895

, - . . . mr-wiPM I . n n . . & .. T , I "T" I T U I I L DATDIIl 1 I ? IU1 SILVER ORATORY. r.s-Congreoniaii Bryan Replies to Secre. tare larliale. Advocating rree Silver oiiiace Ills Kemarks Principally Ie yoted to a Comparison of Oifted Ap pnneiit a Leelslator and an Executive Oltlcer. JI kmphis, Tenn.. May 2r.. IJefure an audience that tilled every nookand cor ner of the (Jrand opera house and over flowed iutothe street, ex-Conrressman V. J. Ilryan, of Nebraska, replied last nijrht to the bjieech on the monetary issue delivered across the street Thurs day afternoon by Secretary Carlisle. in the course of his speech the Omaha editor said: I have read the speech delivered by Mr. Carlisle in this city yesterday; also the one delivered by him at Cov injru.n. Ky.. last Monday evening;, and I have" compared them with the speech delivered by him on the 21st of February, 1-TS. in the house of repre sentatives, and I am reminded of the liinfju.-iire used by David in lamenting thedea'th...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 June 1895

SCHOOL AND CHURCH Monsig-nor del Val, the son of a Well-known Spanish diplomat, is at present the fashionable preacher in Rome. Mrs. Hearst, widow of the Cali fornia senator, has piven S1T3.000 to erect a pirls' school in connection with the Protestant cathedral in Wash ington. M. Felix Faure, the new president of the nneasy French republic, is a Protestant and deeply interested in Young Men's Christian association work in France. T. C. Bulla, for seven years clerk in the record and pension oflice at Washington, has resigned to become the pastor of a Methodist church at Roanoke, Va. Miss Honey bus, a West Virginia school teacher, had a big boy pupil chastised for kissing her without her consent. The boy probably wanted to earn whether a kiss by any other name would taste as sweet. Rev. K. V. Evans, rector of Trinity P. E. church, St. Augustine, Fla., has fallen heir to the title and estates of his uncle. Lord Carbery, by the death of that relative, and has gone to En gland to assume...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 June 1895

The Weekly Democra t Published Ev'ery Saturday by The Democrat Printing CoJ 114 THEMIS STREET. Entered at the 1'ost Mil.- at Cap:' Girardeau, Mo., as hecoucl-clash matter. SATURDAY. .I I NK 1. IS!.1. Kx-1 'resident Harrison'- f-- as coiin 1 in that ;'f:it v. ill ease was sM.ihki ami id h-- won til-- rase. l-t tiiep- are some -M-opl.- worrying over tin- no tion wlia' to do with an ex-l 'if-iil.Mit. - : wretched and uncomfortable by con- The ivoiM ilium '.bout ti- Siipivm.-;densinsr into "c or two weeks the . . . i ; ; ., ; ii cleanings and scrubbings which would court s iii.-ir.i- tax decision. !!i ! -mo- : . , " , . . . . , . - r ii . be far more satisfactory and effectual .-ratio eyes, i- th- number o. f.-Il-ws ; if carrio(, ont in an i,nprccptiblc man. who w ill 1- thrown .nit ..I s..!t berths ; ner we,.j- by week, or month by month, under tin- internal r-vi-:i!'.- depart- as occasion requires? incut. The iron liedstcad has advantages i over the older wooden one: but both Mald.-n ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 June 1895

PERSONAL AND -.PERTINENT. WEDNESDAY. CJeortre G. Kimmel was admitted to the bar yesterday. He was examined in open court and jiassed without any trouI)le. IV-ter Iehner. William I'aar and '. F. Bett.-n i-ame down from Jackson yesterday and sjM-nt the day with a happy ienp!e. The .la-kson School Hoard is a il.-ad-lock on the election of a tirincipal for the Jackson pulilic school. They stand three and three and we understand that th.-r:- is no lik.-li-lmod if a compromise. John St. Avit purchased th.- J;i halia Swan ).i-oM--n that wa sold j by the administrator yi-st.-rday. ' ill.- r.tzcli property on iriur street was sold to-day at mortL'a'j'ee's sale. William Meyer was the purchaser. i Fitzgerald and Tims. W. (Gannon came up from Cairo yesterday to take a hand in our water works celebra tion. .ludye Sadist- and ( as-r Ludwir. of Appletnn. were anioni.' the vi-itors her yesterila v. The City of New Orleans, down.! .lumped In the Hiver. landed at our wharf this, afternoon, j 11le s. ...

Publication Title: Cape Girardeau Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape Girardeau Democrat. — 1 June 1895

THE DEMOCRAT. B. H. ADAMS, Publisher. CAfE G1P.ARDEAU. MISSOURI. The News Condensed. Important Intelligence From Alt Parts. DOMESTIC. The Milwaukee Street Railway com pany, with a bonded indebtedness of nearly 812,000,000, went into the hands of a receiver. As order was issued for the arrest of all persons who ride bicycles on Sun day at Babylon, Jw 1. The income tax law, after being1 twice heard In the United States su preme court, was finally decided by that court to be invalid and unconsti tutional. The vote in the affirmative was Harlan, White, Brown and Jack Bon; in the negative. Fuller, Field, Ehiras. Gray and ltrewer. Mbs. Warwick, living near Oka loosa, la., poisoned her three children and then committed suicide. Two of the children would die. Th E botanist of the agricultural de partment In Washington says that the decrease in the value of lands in this country due to weeds amounts to tens of millions of dollars a year. Harry Havwaui. convicted of incit ing and planning the...

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