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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

"& iPI"3S -7-V jf Sifo "r3BSBT MS'TEOUBLEKOHIO. The Leaders of the Miners in That State Decide to Go it Alone. A SCALE REDUCTION ACCEPTED. - The Operators Consent to Recognize tie Progressive Union. ALL. THE METVS PBOM SEAEBI TOWKS IEFECUL TZLZGBXX TO TBX SZSFXTCB.1 Columbus, April 26. Chris. Evans, President of District No. 10, of the National Progressive Union of Miners, will to-morrow issue an important circular to the 'miners of the State. He reviews the fail ure of the Operators' Committee to reach an agreement with 135, at the Pittsburg meet ing. The circular concludes: It is not pleasant for miners' officials to ad vocate the acceptance of a reduced rate of wages, but the circumstances under which we are surrounded at present demands advice that is consistent and in keeping with honest con "victions, that will hear the closest scrutiny of .our enemies and serve the best interest of the mining craft This we feel called upon to do, and as the present scale prices end May 1,...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

r.irTi "'' THE -PITTSBURG DISPATCHrSATUItDAY," APRIL4 27, 1889.' 6 i ' f' " - rs- 'L , - j. rwugawrt DON'TWANT'EMALL Anson Gets a Game From the Gas City Team. JEEMS WAS TOUCHED UP. Tener Was a Genuine Puzzle to the Home Talent 30HN COLEMAN GETS HIS RELEASE. Bain Prevents Almost All the Games ast and West GEKEEAL BASEBALL NEWS OF THE DAT There is not much generosity in wanting to win every ball game that is played, and a well-designing Providence, doubtless, has arranged earthly affairs in such a way that no National League club need expect to per form any such selfish act. This is, without question, a ery wise arrangement, and the wisdom of it is so clear that argument in its support is unnecessary. Our home talent has made Anson and his striplings bite the dust twice this week, and it was meet that defeat should be their lot yesterday so as to icep the other people from absolute de spondency. The great question in dispute yesterday atternoon, however, was not whether or not we shou...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

rSp ORM-TBD-A -BREEZE. Senator Delamater Boldly Takes the Bevenne Bill by the Horns. A REVENUE COMMISSION PROPOSED "v The Grangers Pleased at the Prospect, hut it is Also Opposed. KEEPIXG CLOSE TO THE CALENDAR. The Slinuil Training; Bill Reconsidered and Then Eecommittei. Something of a breeze was caused in the Senate to-day by a resolution introduced by . Mr. Delamater, providing for the appoint ment of a Bevenne Commission to prepare an equitable revenue biiL Another blow was dealt at syndicate schools. The Gov ernor signed the bill making the 30th of September a holiday, Labor Day. The , manual training bill was reconsidered. rrBOM A STAFF COEBESrOItDEKT.I Habrisbttrc, April 26. Senator Dela mater took the revenue bill by the horns this morning. Recognizing the fact that in spite of many good features, many interests remain dissatisfied 'with the revenue mea sure now the subject of a conference be tween the two Houses, he to-day introduced a resolution in the Senate for a revenue...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

Iff f? J :ttH"5 3 STOO MY HOLIDAYS. Easter and the Centennial Hare De pressed Trade in the East. .1R0H IS STILL UNSATISFACTORY, Although Prices Are a Trifle Firmer on Certain Features. SCUAE CONTINUES ON THE ADTAKCE, While Arricnltwal rroducts HaTe Been Snljecttoa Sharp Decline. According to Bradstreet'a business in the East has been 'unfavorably affected by the observances of Easter and the Washington Centennial. Sugar is about the only line which shows a sharp rise in price. B. 3t. Dun & Co. find the iron market still in an unsatisfactory condition. tETECIAL IXIXOBAM TO TOT D16FATCH.1 KewTobk, April 26. Special telegrams to Tiradstreet's point to a fairly active movement of staples at Omaha, St. Louis, Chicago, Baltimore and Memphis. Only a moderate distribution'or less active business is announced at Boston, 2Tew York, Phil adelphia, Louisville, Kansas City, St. Jos eph and Xew Orleans. Throughout the east more particularly Easter observances made serious inroads into the vol...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

S-V 7 -fiir A' ".-vc "" " n".:v PITTSBURG ? X- PAGES 9 TO 12. : rwjsrxsgf f - - .- i , .' .?:qpr f'X -r SFnnNn part u Li DISPATCH - ' . vhwuiiw nil . - ,. 'Hi. tKOW FIKST fiSEHESOFSHOBT STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED fc.THB KOMAMJE OF AS IATSURMCE OFFICE, Betjtg Passages et the Expkeience op Me. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEB BER, Formerly General Manager of the Universal Insurance Company. ALL RIGETS I CaughUn His Own Trap. CONCLUDED. IV. The search for the missing will was not resumed until the -week following the burial of the late 'Squire. For one thine. Mr. "Webber was not anxious to begin the quest until the excitement occasioned by the news that the will was not to be found, as the "Squire had stated, which passed through the whole household like an electrical shock, had time to subside. He wished also to allow Doggett time to discover some clue before courting the risks of fresh suspicion that would be certain to arise when once tne search was begun in good earnest, and end...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

FtoK2 " 3-f-iZ i&mW2&?ft xr.'mt "'it's 7vS - jrar5'3Li Ci3IP3gKr7 fSa... 10 THE PITTSBURG. DISPATCH, SATURDAY. APRIL'' '27. -ws.m&'A 1889. ' ,": f HONEST BUT COSTLY. The Manasemenl of the Western Pen itentiary Let Down Easily. A LOOSENESS OF METHODS EODKD, And an Unnecessary Expenditure of a Part of the State's Funds, bat KO ONE IS GDILTI OF WEOXGDOIKG. HARRISBTJBG, April 26. Senators Bey burn, McAleer, Stehman, Mylin, "YVatres, Goblin, Belts and "Wilson, the Senate Com mittee which investigated the "Western Penitentiary, to-day made a report in writ ing, through Senator Gobin. After sum marizing the testimony the committee says as to the charges made by Frank Curry that they referred to practices in rogue years ago and were inflicted on very desper ate criminals. The committee finds that the keepers are first-class men, and that both were punished for being drunk, and since then there has been no repetition of drunk enness for over four years; as to the seventh charge, ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

fp& i fFT; ' -1 THE PJTTSBUBG. DISPATCH, 2T, " 1889r u; -; $', THE IAEKET BASKET. Kew Vegetables Approaching the Average Pocketbook. f0TSTEES PRACTICALLY AT AN END Brook Trout, Shad and Frogs Ire in Full Supply and Demand. FL0WEES LOWER AND VERY 'ACTIVE Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 FMDAY. April 26. 1889. J Market basket materials vary very little in price this week from last. Xew garden stuff, -which is coming in freely from the South, is a shade nearer the average con sumer's pocketbook capacity, but all else remains Tery much as it has been for weeks past. There has been no change for six months past in the price of tenderloins and fine rib roasts, though the price of cattle is fully 2c below rates of last fall. The choice cuts hold up to old rates, but other pirts of the beef are sola at concessions. At the Diamond market butcher stalls the ex pected boom following the Lenten fast has not thus far materialized. The Esq trade continues extra good, not withstanding the fact ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 27 April 1889

I ;r '13 gBOPICAL PITTSBURG. .Effect of the Great Glaciers Upon Pre historic Pennsylvania. AK ICE SHEET 3,000 FEET THICK, Which Destroyed the Forests of P"ennsyl vania, in Which TEE MASTODON AKD TAPIE EOAMED umia roa thi dxsfxtck.1 i Near the Tillage of Neivport,in the Bearer Valley, the traveler on any one of the.four railways that gird the stream may perceive from the car windows a large collection of huge bowlders which appear to be distributed in a wide belt that sweeps across the river and extends up the steep bluft on the west side. To a casual observer who may, not have time to stop and give these rocks a careful examination, their smooth rounded surfaces and general arrangement might suggest the idea of some great flood which swept down from the hills, and tearing up the strata in its course, scattered the fragments over the plain. To one who may happen to have a little knowledge of geology, a close inspec tion will remove the idea of a local flood, and reveal faots that mak...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

sJ 5 -t J 5: - f Rr r mgzmLmm mm nr r m&riffw53l'BffA. ' ' TRIPLE SOMBER. .' FORTY-FOUHTH TEAR S 4 The Royal Pretender a Boyish) Frank ana Charming Companion, but NO MATERIAL FOR A RULER. The Bunaway General Ceases to be a Kovelty, and His Fame is KEAELT ECLIPSED BI THE Bra TOWEE. BritUh Tories Elated Oyer the Thought That Uncle Sam May HaTe a Sooth American Rival An American Secnrcs V Wealth j and Bcantlfal English Bride All London' Detective In Search of a Smart lint Dishonest Barmaid Emperor Wilhclm's AciKity Surprising Europe London's Tramway Men, Their Trials and Poor Fay Queen Tictorin Returning to Society After Urine In Partial Re tirement 30 Years The Salt Trust Peo . pie Getting in Deep Water. Boulanger has ceased to be a novelty in J England. Mayor Hewitt, -who is stopping at the same hotel as the General, thinks Prance could find most of her patriots in London, ready to fight with their mouths. Emperor "Wilhelm's way of skipping about, getting all over Germany in a we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

, t ?r 7f ?S (J S" HIP r jterrifio. "The" 'occasion was a memorable one, and the enthusiasm unbounded. The hall was most elaborately and fitting ly decorated. The colors of "the club, the American flag itself, coTered the walls and bung between the heavy pillars in graceful folds. A PICTUKEXJP the heko of Tort Donelson and Appamatox was placed at the head of the long line of tables. Pretty flowers lent the exquisite charm of beauty and fragrance to mate the dining room attractive. Plants from the tropics and chains of spruce clothed in the green iverdure of spring, added materially in making the picture beautiful and pleasing. ffhe Chinese umbrellas, which twirled so Jdexteronsly in the hands of members, have on more than one occasion caught the crowds and given the club a national repu tation, were suspended from the ceiling. Before the doors were opened a reception was held in the parlors ot the hotel. The members of the club and visitors were intro duced to the invited guests. Mc...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

?& ,. 'Vi TTO PITTSBTJKGr DISPATCfi,- SUNDAY, APELIi 28, 1889. "X'V 1ERE' IS THE SECRET. hy You AreCoaxed Into Beading v - Newspaper Advertisements. JHOW THE! ARE MADE ATTRACTIVE ..Etories of Borne of the Feats of Judicious Advertising. A 'CONTEST BI PITTSBUEG JOURNALS Everybody reads newspaper advertise ments. It is useless for you to deny it. Staid, critical professional man as you are, you know that on more than one morning while comintj to town on the cars, some bright, witty or startling headline among the advertisements has attracted your atten tion as you "were in the act of turning over the pages of The Dispatch, and that be fore yon began a perusal of the "latest from Oklahoma," or the "Washington news, for ' cither of which you were actually shifting the paper to see, you gave way to curiosity and really glanced over the "ad" to see what the caption meant. Possibly it was not mere curiosity. The headlines may iave been "New Handker chiefs," and that may have reminded y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

fr1" f- J&'TS '. "-HM , "w "- v- ' " 'M- - -4 v , f . .. . ., v THE fiTTBBUJiG' DISPATCH, SUJNDAiT, ATiiLb 28, 1889. it . fa M$$xM. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1846. VOL 41, So. 80. Entered st Pittsburg Postofflce, November H, 18S7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. Hews Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the dally edition of The Dispatch for alz months ending April 0.1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Arerace circulation of the Sunday edition ef The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per issue. TEUJIIS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FKEE IX THE UNITED STATES. Datlt UisrATCH. One Year 18 00 Daily Dispatch; Per Quarter 2 00 Datlt Dispatch. One Month 70 Daily DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one rear 10 00 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter. . ZS0 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month 80 Euxsat Dispatch, oneyear - JS0 eekly Dispatch, oneyear. 1 3 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at 35 cents pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

' r"V." v.'"' -"2- -rf & ?TO.grv. .; ' " :- ' J?S '. -T'r '..-.''"' ''J'Sif '- V.- y? THE PITTSBTTKG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, APETCi 28, i889. V-v i-v m 1HE MUSIC WOKLD. rSSome Timely flints for the Listen- ins; Public to ronaer uver. ilTHB COMIKG MUSICAL TREATS, And Suggestions That Will Enable All to Fully Appreciate litem. ETENTS AXD GOSSIP OP THE WEEK Manaeers, singers and players hundreds of them, here and elsewhere have long been working in preparation lor the various important musical events to take place in Pittsburg during the approaching May, a month quite unprecedented in our musical history. The prospective performers have been doing all they can to make ready a number of the greatest works ever written, some of them yet unheard of here. What are the prospective listeners doing? They don't have to do anything. They can, if they wish, go to any or all of these rich concerts, enjoy the singing and play ing as it oome's, go home and forget all about it, except, perhaps, the na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

rc?7 v.7?73 l'-y$Lf!2et: csv- sK3B , 'ifi'; ' v 'J- SB '"SF .';T3W ' THE PITTSBTJEGs DISPATCH, SUNDAY, AEEIL ,28, ., II bSome Features of the League's Opening Games. 6THE HOME CLUB'S CHANCES lUncertamties of the National Game Pointed Out. LJACISOK'S LATEST VICTOR!. $His Fight With Patsy Cardiff Not First Class. I GENERAL SPOKTING NEWS OF THE DAT Old1 Sol, or as he is now and again gush ingly called, Glorions Old Sol, has not looked with murh favor on the opening of the ball season of 1889. His bright smiles and rays bare not lighted up the hearts of the cranks and the aspects of nature; on the contrary, the old luminary has kept out of the way and matters have been very chilly and dismal. Despite this fact, however, the opening games have been tolerably sue cessfuL The attendance at each has been considerably short of anticipations, bnt con sidering the inclemency of the weather, the results have been immense. Taking into con sideration thedisadvantageofweather, there have been all ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

-fT ;i V-"T We j 'V- V "? TEET'LIKE AFAECE. J," The.Spirit of the Constitution, if Not h its seller, oei ui icuauvc. IBILLS 'PASSED WITHOUT A QUORUM. jpi. large Number of Bills Eeeeive the'Sig- natnre of the iiovernor. -THE BROOKS ACT CONSIDER?!) DOOMED. 'Members TVho Toted Arainst the Kew Tcrk Junket Will Tate it In. A large number of bills passed first and second reading in the Senate yesterday, despite the fact that only 15 Senators -were present, and a roll call would hare shown how far the body was from baring a quorum. Governor Beaver has so far signed 66 bills, against 30 at the same time last session. CTBOK A STAJT COERESFOXDESTO Habeisbxteo, April 27. The Senate met this morning with about 15 Senators pres ent, and passed a large number of bills on first and second reading. The fact that there was no quorum was not officially de veloped, and everybody was happy. The Senators who were not present knew before hand what was coming up, and if they did not they will have a chanc...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

V J2 ! 8 THE JEITTSBTJRGr DISPATCH, SUNDAY, APJIIL 28; '1888. JHEOKS SUEE TO WIN. A Glance at Some of the Exceptional bulwarks of liberty, CONFESSION OP AN OLD LAWYER. How He Workei Men in Whom He Knew He Could Mold. A BITER FIREMAK'S TAHITI STIBRED That a large percentage of business and non-profeisional people allow the profes sional classes to think for them is, perhaps, sot strange, as it has been the rule trom time immemorial; bat when a man so emi nent as Ihaddens "Stevens declared that if it were possible that anything could be be yond the foreknowledge of God, it would be the verdict of a jury, it seems a little bit strange that the populace at large consider it the ''bulwark of Anglo-Saxon liberty," under any and all circumstances. As a rule, lawyers profess to consider it an indispensible adjunct to justice, though all do not. A gentleman who has expanded opportunities forjudging, and who has an intimate acquaintance with many legal gen tlemen, and especially one eminent a...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

f?i r- til ' r 4 .-' r 2" V Tfc T-i . - DISPATOE -... J r SECOND PART. u i THE PITTSBURG PAGES 9 TO 18. 3fc- -- ,-, .? 4' "4 & m ' ?x SULTAN Of JQHAEE. - Something Abont His Kingdom .and a Visit to His Palace. HOW A RAJAH LIVES AKD GOVERNS Singapore Women and Their TVonderM ar Bings. IKIIKG TO KEEP COOL IK CHUECH fCOEKiSFOXDEKCE OF THE DISPATCn.1 SINGAPORE, March 12. Singa pore is just 80 miles north of the equator. Its climate isN the same'the yearround. Its sun rises and sets at tie same hours each day the year throusrb, and its flow ers ever bloom and its trees are always green. Now, at the last of February, I am surrounded by ihe verdure of the tropics Birds by the thou sands sing in the trees and the air is that of a hot, moist July. The natives in many cases wear nothing but waist cloths, and all Europeans are dressed in white duck coats and white pantaloons. They wear hats of pith or cort, the rims of which are as big around as a dish pan and which rise in two stories to ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

rw - ;' " - 3?Va' i 10 Fa house ok stilts. . iGail Bamilton Describes at Length Her Attempts at Esthetic HOUSEKEEPING IN THE TEOPICS. Ferdinand, Miranda and Ariel Earing a Perpetual Picnic TODIE THE SWATIXG ALGAEOBA TEEES rwKrrrKS fob ths cisrATCn.1 So the tempest is over, the kings and the dukes are gone, the rightful heir is in pos- session and the trouble now is -with my household gods and the fire onmyhearthl I am all frivolity and leathers! Poor Ferdinand! I know it I sometimes, yes, often, think I am not half good enoueh for him; bnt I try, and think I do improve a little, little by little, and anyway I take good care of Ariel. I am sure of that. She grows strong on her feet yes, she my tricksy sprite like to a nymph o' the sea ay delicate ArieL To-day she stood on tip toe to kiss Eerdinand'a picture and then came quite across the room to kiss mamma too before I knew what she was about, and when I arrayed her for breakfast in the lovely Qretchen gown, she was wise enough to be...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

W ! , Ff At k ;.' -wcsTy' t- - -gttsTtr. th t?&?f! . ;.- -se'J . 5r "I & - r, r - THE irraSBURd DISPATCH. ." STjSrolT?; ' -APKLL 28, vl889. 11? mi -ihi T , JW Ik, H IT IS KORNBLUM'S. LPittsburs Can Now Boast of Ono Fine yf Optical wore at Least. Kornblum, the well known optician, now .occupies the entire building No. CO Fifth avenue. A reporter visited his place ot business yesterday, and fonnd his saleroom elegantly fitted out with all the modern improvements. In the forward part of the store is a pri- Tate parlor, handsomelv equipped, used -, only for fitting glasses; in the rear is an other apartment where the costly glass eyes are kept in large safes, and -where Mr. Kornblum skillfully duplicates ruined optics. On the third and top floor is the -workshop. Mr. Kornblum insists on making everything pertaining to his business him self, something -which very few opticians can do. The second floor is given up to surveyors' instruments, photographic out fits, etc The storeroom...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 28 April 1889

I 12' 1 THE SOCIAL SWIM. Shaking Bands With a Lady Gloves No Longer Worn at Evening Tteceptioni Leaving Card Mornlnif WdiIInc El derly Unmarried Lndlci In England. jf nVBHTEX FOR THE DIEl'ATCn.l 4' The author of "Don't" this week shows jja number of inquirers the way out of diffi cnlty in a number of disputed points of eti fquctte. t CHTLDBEN'S rAETIES. 1. A lady wishes to give her little daughter a J birthday partv. How should the invitation p.read? 2. Should It be sent by mail? L There is no difference in the form of an ' Invitation for a child's party from that of invi f tatiocs for parties by adults. "Miss Ella Jones . requests the pleasure of Master Oliver Beach's company at 2 o'clock, December 4. 2. Invita , tions can be sent by mail. " I recently met on the cars an old friend, and 8 was introduced by him to a lady who was with a him. Upon leaving tbem I bade them good-by, Land shook hands with the gentleman; should I have offered to have done so with the ladv? IGXOEAMCS. I No...

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