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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 January 1889

p THE PITTSBUKG DISPATCH, ' IFKIDAY, JANUARY " 18; 1889. ) & RATHER FREE WOOL, Say the Manufacturers, Than an Amendment to the Tariff Bill HlOrOSKD BY SENATOR SHERMAN. The House Making Progress Toward the Admission of South Dakota. SOW SEARCH STATEHOOD THAN EYEK. LiTdy Tilts in tlie Senate Orcr the Tin Tariff and Enjar Bounty. The woolen manufacturers arc displeased with some of the proposed schedules of the Senate tariff bill, and declare they will work for free wool in preference. In the Senate, yesterday, lively debates took place on the tinplate tariff and the proposition to pay bounties to sugar manufacturers, Senator Eustis becoming very sarcastic on the latter point. In the House more headway than ever was made toward the . admission of South Dakota as a State. "Washington, January 17. Tiiis morn ing the Senate sub-Committee on Finance in charge of the tariff bill heard delegations of carpet and woolen goods manufacturers and of wool growers, the former of whom desired ce...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 January 1889

p wflpprB THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, PPJDAT, JAJSTJABY - 18, 1889. u t$ :r""'1T' ?f7"'wT-';r, - - - '-v'-,7f,'7wTf-'',ivU'JFJwaw.pi(ippwp lauwujnp1 L iiliJJJ Ulii ).- ,HHIBQ rf-Vrfiir I NREALREGALSTYLE A Pittsburg Ecception for the Australian Ball Players. DETAILS OF THE LAY OUT. J. L. Sullivan's Latest Escapado Anions His Boston Friends. lEEHER'S IMPORTANT STATEMENT. He Will Eott Anybody a Series of Three Ilaces. GENERAL SPOETIXG SETVS OF THE DAI A movement has been inaugurated in this city to give the Australian baseball players one of the grandest receptions ever seen in "Western Pennsylvania when they come to play here. Al. Pratt is at the head of the movement, and he has mapped out a pro gramme that will surprise the baseball cranks of the neighborhood. Yesterday after noon Mr. Fratt explained the plans as follows: "So far matters liave been conducted in t'.io quietest manner possible. We de-iredtliat the greeting to the travelers when they visit us should be as spontaneous as pos...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 January 1889

9?t THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1889. .irj s LOCAL LIYE STOCK. A Survey of the Week's Transactions At Liberty Stockyards. CATTLE RUN L ARGE-PEICES DOWN. Hogs Keep Driftinir to Lower Prices Uearj Weights a Drag. SHEEP STEADY, LAMBS A SHADE OFF Office or the Pittsburg Dispatch, 1 Thursday, January 17, 18S9. j "With the returns all in for the week, it appears that through receipts of cattle this week are 1,630 head more than last week, and local 590 more. There has been an in crease of local receipts every week since the middle of December. For the weeks before and after holidays the receipts were 1,200 to 1,500 head. By reference to October and No vember reports, it is discovered that local cattle receipts ranged from 3,000 to almost 4,000 head. The largest receipts Mere for the week ending October IS, when the total was 3,9-JO head. The smallest was for the week ending December 27, with 1,260 as the total of local receipts. The heavy run of cattle this week broke mark...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 18 January 1889

' IRELAND IS ON TOP. Judge Over Sustains the Register in Probatirg an Irish "Will. HRS.H'COKLEI'S PROTEST SO GOOD. Mr. Wrass Wants $6,000 From the Citizens' Traction Co. for His Lost Arm. The well-known "Irish -will case" was settled finally yesterday by Judge Over of the Orphans' Conrt. He handed down an opinion, upholding the action or Register Conner in admitting to probate the will made in Ireland, and dismissed the petition Jirotesting against it. Mrs. Margaret McBonald, whose will was contested, first made a will in 1S76, leaving her estate to lier sister, Jlrs. .Elizabeth ilcConley. In 1SS5 Mrs. McDonald, iu company with her husband, visited Ireland. While there she made a second will, leaving 100 to her sister-in-law, Sirs. llurti: 150 to Mrs. Savage, her niece, and the remainder of her estate to her husband. The second will was filed in the Probate Court in Dublin, Ireland. It could not be probated there as the estate was in Alle gheny county. A certified copy or the will w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS JTor to-morrow's DISPATCH can be left at main office till mid night orat branch office HU9 P.M. FORTY-THIRD YEAR. MARTYREDGORDON. The Authentic Story of His Death Dramatically Related By an Eye-Witness. THE VICTIM OF TREACHERY. He Died Like a Hero With His Face Toward the Foe. FOULLY MURDERED BY GEX. KASSAS The Story of Drmctrio Gcorclo The Fall of Khartoum Tienebery Within the Gates Patba Fnrfc's 3Icsai;e to the Mnlidl A City of Lamentations The Attack on the Government Houe Gordon's Defi ance A Knight!) bnrreutlct ATicacu crous Blow The Last Tragic Scene. The authentic account of the death of General Gordon, England's hero, is now given to the world for the first time. The story is told by Demetrio Georgio, a Greek, who was an eye-witness of the tragedy. Gordon was the victim of the foulest treachery, both on the part of his allies and of his enemies. Khartoum was delivered over to the Mahdi by Pasha Farig. Gordon defied the enemy until the last, and looked de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

2' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1889. t. T A Consensus of legal Opinions Indicating Charges AS TO INDICTING BOAEDS. Interviews TVith Various Attorneys on the Fixable Bodies. THE BURNS CASE COMMENTATORS. JUany Lawyers in Favor of Getting Grand Jurors Differently. BURNS A.D HIS PALS SUBJECTS OF LAW The legal fraternity, as a whole, is more awake to the necessity of a reform in the method of getting jury material than are the people at large, though the latter are sup posed to be the chief victims of the present system. Of course there arelawyersandlaw yers,and there are some who can make use of a crooked juror; but, as a rule, lawyers who can see beyond their noses and wish to enjoy an honored oldage,arenot so short-sighted not to say dishonest as to with to win their spurs by the farce of reasoning to "fixed" jurors. In the opinions by the legal fra ternity given below, it will be seen that it is a general belief that no relief will ever be obtained until the politic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

lL M- MiiuijuiiiiJijiiuijiinTi ' THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, - JANUABY, 19, 1889 Jj '" 3Zisplajf advertisements one dollar par square or one insertion. Classified advertise ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, o Let, ttc ten cents per line or each truer, lion, and none taken or less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH JJRAXCIT OFFICES. For the accommodation of the public, Branch Offices have been established at the following places, where Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient ad vertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion nest morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already hae accounts wlthTuEDls- IMTCH. I'lTTSBUUG. THOMAS McCArntKY, 3509 Butler street. EM1L G. bTUCKET, Hth street and 1'cnn ave. E. G iTCCKEY & CO., Wylle avc and Fulton st. '. bTOKELY, Fifth Aicnuc Market House, EAST EXP. J. TV. WALLACE, 6K1 l'cnu avenne. OAKLAND. MCALLISTEK Jfc SHEHSLER, 5th ar. & Atwood St. 60CTH61DE. JACOB SPOIIN. Ho. 2 C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1889. 8 BMcfr ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISIS. Vol ; .No. 347. ruttrcd at 1'lttsburg I'ost office, ovcmbcrH. isaT, as stcona-ciass matter. Business Office 97 andOO Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper haling more thnu Rouble the circulation ofnny other in Iho State outsldo of Philndrlphia, Its ndrantnscs as an adver tising mcilinm -will be npparcut. TERMS OF THE DlS-PATCIL rosTAGE rr.EK in the united states. DAIIT DisrATCH, One Year. JSM Daily DisrATCH, l'er Quarter 200 Daily Dispatch. OnoMonth u Daily Disfatcu, including Sunday, one year. t WOO Daily- Disr-ATcn, Including fcunday, per quarter - 50 Daily Dispatch, Including fcunday. ona month 90 EtJKDAY DisrATCH, one year. ISO Weekly' Dispatch, one year 1 2j THE Daily DISPATCli Is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per it eel, or including Uic fcunda) edition, at 20 cents per -week. PITTSBURG, SATURDAY, JAN. 19. 1SSD. PABTISAH DEADLOCKS. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

mTiT 2SB "FffPTfi?! W?T f! THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JANTJARY 19 . 1889. THE EAES LET D0W1T Bj the House, Which Passes Spring er's Omnibus Territorial Bill, MAKIKG FIVE BIG KEW STATES. A Step in "Winch the Senate is Not pected to Concur, so That It Ex- MIGHT AS WELL NOT HATE BEEN TAKEN. The Speed of the Sleasnre's Sponsor the Feature of the Debate. The bill admitting North and South Dakota, Washington, Montana and New Mexico passed the House yesterday, by a vote of 133 to 120, bnt as it is a Democratic substitute for the Senate Territorial bill it isn't thought there's any possibility of its passage by the higher body. The event of the day, previous to the taking of the vote, was the speech of Mr. Springer, father of the bill. tSFECTAL TELEGRAM TO THE DISrATCH.3 Washington, January 18. The action of the Democratic majority of the House, to-day, in accepting the Springer omnibus Territorial bill as a substitute for the Sen ate bill for the admission of South Dakota, seals th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

ATROTTINGWONDER Hickok Says Ho Will Bring a Plyer From California TO MATCH PEINCE WILKES. Some Interesting News Received in Pittsburg Yesterday. JACK DEMPSEY AND li'CAFFRET. An Important Objection to the New Pool Selling Bill. GE.VEEAL SPOETIXG SEWS OF THE DAT Mr. J. A. McKelvey, the -well-known horseman of this city, received some very interesting and instructive news regarding trotting horses and people interested in trotters yesterday. It may be stated that "Reddy" McKelvey, as he is familiarly called, is almost daily in correspondence with the most prominent people connected with the trotting track. Besides being a first auctioneer at horse sales he is possessed of useful knowledge concerning men and horses connected with the leading tracks. Yesterday afternoon Mr. McKelvey smiled, he even seemed heartily pleased when he ac costed the writer as follows: We will have a bona fide race for Prince Wilkes sure now. I have just received a letter from Cnt Davis who has the Prince and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

sxELaaS "53)" Sy ff-'tv B irVfr- ffi.' p :r f. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH," SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1889. THE MAEKET BASKET. Ketail Prices of Materials for Sunday Dinner Tables. EGGS DOWN, CHOICE HOTTER FIRM. Vegetables and Fruit Rarely as Low in Mid Winter as Xow. FISH AXD OTSTERS IN FAIR DEMAND Office of the Pittsbckg Dispatch, ( Friday. January 18, 18S9. J There have been few features of special interest in marketing lines developed in the past week. Retail dealers in the lines of material for Sunday dinners tell the same story as job bers, namely that trade is very quiet, not having yet iully recovered from the holiday boom. At the fish and oyster stalls a fair week's trade is reported, with supplies fullv equal to all demand, for everything suitable to the most fastidious taste. The trade with hotels has very much im proved since the opening ot the new year. But outside trade, with country towns, which was large up to and through the holiday week is only fair to middling in the line ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 January 1889

8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, 'JANUARY 19, v 1889. V-l' THE STATE OF TBADE. Abnormally Mild Weather Continues to Have a Depressing Effect. BEADSTBEET'S EXPECT A CHANGE. Borne Branches Already Display a No ticeable Improvement. THE EAILKOAD mSIDEXTS' MEETING Is Effaced ty K. G. Dun A- Co. as One of the Chief Diitnrbmff Features. Keports to Bradstreel's show an improve ment in some lines of trade The mild weather has retarded certain classes of bnsineEJ. Iron is very dull, and buyers ore expecting even lower prices. The in dustrial situation is not the best, but an improvement over last year. Dun's report attributes much of the unsettled state of affairs to the meeting of railroad presidents end bankers. tSPECIAi TELEGRAM TO THE DIBPATCH.l Kew Yoke, January 18. Ten out of fifteen telegraphic advices to Bradstreel's from the larger distributing centers report a noticeable improvement in the movement of general trade. Exceptional delay has been caused by the unusually mild weather...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

DOUBLE NUMBER. "" '" . I SIXTEEN PAGES. " - ' "w 2.p: , . FORTY-THIRD YEAR PITTSBITRGr, SUOTDAY, JANTTABY "1889. 'Cx 'S -i ... FIRED ON THE FUG German Forces at Samoa Shoot and Tear Down the Stars and Stripes, THE NATION INSULTED. n Americans Cut, Beaten, Ar resit and Their Houses Burned. OUR CONSUL'S PROTESTS UNHEEDED. Sensational Stw from Samoa Cause for War Between the United Statci nnd Germany German Men-ot-Wnr Fire Upon the American Fine The Stars and Stripes Trailed In the Dust German Bailors Attempt to Assassinate Ameri can Citizens Americans Held ns Prison era OurConsnlTrcated With Contumely Secretary Buyard Notified. The sews from Samoa this morning is of the most startling character. The German forces, which have espoused the cause of Tamasese against Mataafa, hare deliberate ly insulted and outraged the American cation. The Stars and Stripes haTC been treated as a rag worthy of no respect. It has been fired ftpon by German men-of-war, torn down from above the homes of Ame...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

THE BLAME FIXED, A Coroner's Jury Pinds It "Was M Providence Did it. THAT BUILDING COLLAPSE Attributed Officially to Neglect on the Part of Three Men, OWNER, BUILDER AKD INSPECTOR. What Contractor Huckenstein Says of the Rotable Surprise. 1IAJ0R W. C. MORELASD ON DAMAGES The horror of the Diamond and "Wood ttreets disaster has not yet died away, and it is now augmented by a report that officially "places the blame, not npon "an inscrutable Providence," but upon human brains and human bands that, as is indicated, might hare averted the ruin and death. The Coroner resumed the inquest on the case yesterday morning. Contractor M. F. Malone testified that he thought the interior of the building was weak, and that the joists had not been perfectly secured. The wind was the primary cause of the fall of the building. He refused to say whom he blamed. Testimony was given by several other contractors and bricklayers. They all ex pressed the opinion that the building was strong, and the materi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

THE " PITTSBURG ifrSPATCH; SUNDAY, ' JAOTABY" 20, 1889f ,i"? A DREAD PARALLEL Attorney Magee Explains a Phila delphia Bailway Kotion. PITTSBUEGEES WANT PROTECTION For Their Street Railway Investments, Kow Unconstitutional, MT OXLT QUAKERS FEAE TO COMPETE So much comment was going the rounds yesterday with regard to Representative Laffertv's legislative bill conferring extra powers upon passenger and raction railway companies, and so many persons were dis posed to criticise the anti-parallel clause, that an authoritative statement, as to the exact causes and scope of such a bill, was sought at the hands of F. M. Magee, Esq., who, as a traction railway representative, was known to be familiar with the situation that seemed to require some sort of legisla tive relief. To a Dispatch reporter yes terday, Mr. Magee said that this, or some similar measure, seemed to be absolutely necessary to protect passenger railway com panies that were at present acting under laws which the Supreme Cour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1889. Me Bigpfqj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S, 1S46. Vol. , o. 313. Enured at Pittsburg Post office, November 11. 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office--97 and99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper hnving more tban Double the circulation of nny otber in Ilie t-tnle outside of Philadelphia, it nd vantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TERMS OF TUE DISPATCH. rObTXOE mEE IN THE TOTTED STATES. Daily Disr-ATcn, One Year I 800 Daily Dispatch, Per Quarter IW Daut Dispatch. OnoMonth Daily Dispatch, including fcanday, ona year WOO Daily Dispatch, including bnnday, per quarter s5 DAfLY Dispatch, including fcunday. ona month. 10 ETOday Dispatch, one year. 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 3 The Daily Dispatch is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per -week, orlncludlnglhebundaycdiUon. at SO cents per week. Voluntary contributors should keep copies of articles. If compensation is desire...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

' "THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY,' JANUARY 20'' 188a ", -'FT; fy&9y& '" - ' ' - P - . . " "IXSTTJB talked of. but which, it is to be hoped, will TATTTTJJ (W TTTT? QPOT be ln the vefy larset degree self-governing. NEW APVEKTIBBMENTS. HEW APTgRTISBMEXTS. SEW ADTERTlSEaiENTS. ?tB FRANK MILLET COMING HOME. Always Ask for Marvin'.. ANTIHIIF RflflKFRf ,, jT ' 'ij bKetCIieS 01 prominent biaiesmen DV Marvin's crackers and cakes always ead. i i i V - w wa w wll40WWjsaGgx SWJKfv ' ' T4 Our Staff Correspondent. Don't take any other make. Grocers keep A NEW PATTERN" DOMING, $2$$&$$22$222222. MSMMMf vf v them' AX 83 OO. fy" W3tk. V "NrvmrnrrcA'R All that is new and nobbv . -. . - . Mbw Hi WB . LM MEN AT HAEEISBDEG. at the lowest popular prices. Jackson's, OjjllP ' KiillMl Wt M Sllil V 3i 954 and 956 Liberty street, star corner.Pitts- T7TT7T ( I feai Efl ; W ""Si" , I I ill III' FC-ToH H imaatm j t3 i - II I ff I I fit tUCVwaA SBff 4LI - f "- f FullDeessSuits p" --I THE GBAHD OLD MAN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

6 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1889. F Some Arguments in Fayor of 1 Poolselling on Tracks. HOW TO CHANGE THE LAW. Several Evils of the Old Statutes rointed Out INTERESTING BASEBALL GOSSIP. A Talk About Sullivan, McCaffrey and Jack Dempsey. GEKEEAL SF0ET1XG SEWS OF THE PAY Probably one of the most important ques tions to sporting people throughout Penn sylvania just now is the proposed amend ment to the lair relating to poolselling. Directly it is of very great importance to X the people just named, and indirectly it is of the greatest interest to a large majority of citizens. The facts of the matter are simply these: If the law relating to poolselling is not amended there will be no poolselling on the race tracks throughout the State; if there is no poolselling there will be no horse racing worthy of the name. Nobody will contend for a moment that Americans do not take remarkable pride in their trot ters, pacers and runners; and'the spirit of pride is no less in Penns...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

BETS ON BOULANGER The Odds Just at Present Favor of the General's Election in Paris. in HE HAS SPENT A FORTUNE, But Circumstances Are Combining to Toss Him in the.Consomme. A BIG BUDGET OF FOREIGN GOSSIP. Some of the Foibles of Royalty A Pretty Plucky Prince Colonel North's Latest Monto Christo Feat The Sultan's Leni ency With the Greeks Dying- Days of the Kins; of the Netherlands Proposed Combination of Cable Companies to Knock Oat Codes An English Editor's Ifnoranee of American Politics and Offi cials' Duties. The crisis in Boulanger's life Till occur next Sunday. On that day the Parisians trill decide whether he is the idol he has so long thought himself or made of common clay. The betting is in his favor just now, but the situation seems to be against him. He has already spent 3,000,000 or 4,000,000 mysteriously acquired francs, bnt is making no headway. The Socialists are going over openly to M. Jacques. tBT CABLE TO TIIK DISrATCH.l Pakis, January 19. The approaching Paris elec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 January 1889

8 SUNDAY, APBOTECTMSPEECE Made by a Democratic Senator From the" Still Solid Sunny South BELIEVES THE SENATE TEDIUM. Mr. Ewrn, of Georgia, Fearful of Free Trade in the Eice Market A DIFFERENCE 'WHOSE dl IS GOKED. Rather an Unpalatable Dose for Many of His Col leagues, Thongh. It was a stupid Saturday in both branches tf Congress. Tbe monotony of the tariff discussion in the Senate was somewhat broken by a protection speech made by Mr. Brown, whose interest was evoked by the eteep cut made in the duty on rice. Such a cpeech from such a source was a little start ling and withal amusing. rSrECIAI. TELEGHAM TO THE DISPATCH.l "Washes-gton-, January 19. Both branches of Congress were wretchedly 'Etupid to-day, the woful tedium of the fortification bill in the House being relieved only by the lively tilt between General Cutcheon, of Michigan,and General Butter Jworth, of Ohio, in regard to the committee (jurisdiction of the bill. Mr. Blount, who was in the chair, ruled that the bill was pr...

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