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

Leading Features of Markets at the 'fast Liberty lards. HEAYI BUN OF LOW GRADE CATTLE Depress Prices rrime Beef Steady at last Week's Kates. gHEEPAXD IAMBS DOWA'.HOGS DULL OFFICE OF PITTSBURG DlSPATCIT, "1 Wednesday, June 19, 1&9. J There were very few bright features to the live stock market at Liberty this week. Trade was slow all'along the line, and sales could only 1)0 effected at concessions on last week's prices. Even with liberal concessions on tbe part of holders, a number of cattle and cheep were unsold at last accounts. Cattle. The run was about 80 loads, an excess of 10 oads over last week. lathe supplies "were a large proportion of Etockers, and what a leading stockman terms lilgit sljppery butcher cattle," just oil crass. For this class of cattle customers were few, and 30Q head remained unsold at noon to-day, though holders were ready to concede 30 to 35c on last week's prices. In the supplies were ton loads of Rood to prime cattle, most of "Winch were bought by a ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 June 1889

asefarucs !r?fC srW43Qv "- ? "T '"- r: '"' C THE' PITTSBURG PISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUKE 20 .1889; &T -''a: TWO GENTS A HEAD Is to be the Strike Assessment on Amalgamated Workers, ON THE LABOR FEDERATION PLAN. A KeTr Departure That Will Tield Weekly a Defense Revenue. EOLLIXG MILL SCALES COMPLETED. Trustee James H. Nutt. of Younjrstown, pre sided at the Amalgamated Association Con vention yesterday, in the absence of President "Weihe, who had charce of the Committee that conferred with Carnegie. Phipps fc Co.. on the scale proposed for Homestead. The scale of wages for the rolling mills was delivered by the printer, and a copy was mailed to each manufacturer. It contains but few changes; bat it was decided not to make it public until the manufacturers had considered it. The new scale is practically the same as the one now in force, although there are a number of changes in the extras. It is thought that it will he satisfactory to the Iron masters, and no trouble is expected. FOE STR...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

fPSP pr,prr' r, "i . - A FLIRTATION IN ' Is the title of a deeply interesting novel, by Nym Crinkle. baed on the events immediately precedinc the breaking up of the Rebellion, anfi puWishca tn next Sunday's issue. Ercry. one should read it , .K)RTY-?OKTH YEAB. HAD NO SHOW AT ALL . . J . . . After a Trial of Prohibition in the Constitution Rhode Island Si GOES BACK TO LICENSE. The Majority Against the-Dry Cause is About Three to One. A BIG VOTE IS POLLED IX THE STATE . f Tlie Governor Cast an Open Tote for the Repeal ot the Measure Senator Chaco Sees Likewise by Mistake, and Blames tton the Women The Anil-Prohibitionists tlave ihe Contest Well in ifand JProm the Start The Condition of the State Treasury One of the Arguments Used The Ladles Greatly Discouraged by the Result Only One Little Disturb ance. Bhode Island Las lelt the ranks of the prohibition States. By a vote of 28,449 to 9,853 it has I m decided, after a three years' trial, to return to the license system. A tig vole was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

sza?ai rni THE PITTSBUEG- DISPATCH, FRIDAYS JUNE. -21, 1889. 0 & & f r fc f r ! 4 35 ' average expense to Allegheny county for each Toting precinct is $54 50. and as Phila delphia county has 1,827 voting precincts, the cost or the election in the banner wet county was not far from 51)9,000. A con servative estimate was given yesterday by a man who has had eight years' experience in settling election bills, 'and his figures of $1,000,000 are probably not at all excessive. Persons nt the Polls. In certain quarters yesterday some little excitement was occasioned by allegations that the ladies who worked at the polls on Tuesday last influencing voters and "pedd ling" tickets for the drys, were amenable to law under a section of the general election laws which seems to have escaped observa tion during the campaign just closed. Some of the women who were conspicuous by their activity at the polls were in quite a flutter of excitement over the matter, believing they had been in jeo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

SRETtWI Tfc ptZV r?llT! ?KTjr?7 THE HTTSBiTEG DISPATCH, FKIDA JUKE 21, 1889.' Qsnsf DEGREES CONFERRED. Closing Exercises Last flight of the Western University. SEVERAL HOKOKAEI TITLES. Elocutionary Contest for a Gold Medal at the Cnrrj University. INTERESTING THOUGH LENGTH! ETENT The commencement exercises ol the Western University for the class of '89 were held last night at the Bijou Theater. A largo audience was present. On the stage -were seated the trustees of the university and the Graduates. The latter for this year are J. a McGeagh, A. C Davis, S. E. Hare. P. S. Miller. A. P. Hoff man, C W. Johnson and J. H. Patterson. The exercises were opened with prayer by the Eev. Dr. W J. Holland. The salutatory was given by J. & McGeagh. An oration, "The Element? of Success." bT A. U. Davis, followed S. E. Hare cave an oration on the "Benefits of Machinery." and F. 8. Miller an oration on Our Generation." "Steam and Other Motive rowers' was the subject of an oration by A. F. Hoffma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

rnkwauMMm BESSa "sg- W W 'i'-'f isr T, THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH. PRIDAT, JtJNE 21, 1889. I- Z& M THE MODERN EDUCATOR. Is Great 20-Page Triple Kumiier of xho Pittsburg Dispatch, PUBLISHED OK Sunday, June 23, 1889, Will be found to be tnll of Interesting and In structive reading. Among other features it will contain a romantic novelette, by Nym Crinkle, based on the events immediately pre cedinc tbe Rebellion, entitled A Flirtetinn by Fire. Articles on current topics, travels and adven tures are contributed by world-famous writers, while the news from all parts of the world is presented in a bright and readable manner, proving that Tun Pittsburq Dispatch is The Modern Educator. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 1846. Vol. 44, Jo 131 EntereCatrittsburgPostofflce, November 14, lbS7, as tecond-class matter. Business Office 97 and 89 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing' House 75, 77 and 79 DiamondStreet. Average net circulation of the daily edi tion of The Dispatch for six montba ending June l....

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

y& . ' THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' JERIDAY, JTJHE'' 21; '1889? -?'f- - v T ' ;:; Vf'.y ' 7 .- "' I ' "" '5l lH f MAMS FEELS SORE. It's His Opinion Senator Qnay Has Placed the Republican Party YERT AWKWARD POSITION. Collector Martin Says the Prospects buecess This fall Are AS BEIGHT AS COULD BE EXPECrED. En. Milton Err Declares Scott Shall Ko Longer Lead the Democracy. The DisrATCH's staff correspondent at Philadelphia had a number of very inter esting talks with prominent politicians. Collector Martin says he does not think the defeat of prohibition will injure the Re publican party as much as its success would have done. Now that the suffrage amend ment is defeated Hon. E. H. Stuart pro poses a law that each voter shall pay his tax himself as a preliminary to voting. Ex-Congressman Speer says the Democrats won't put up with Scott's leadership any longer. IFEOJt Jl fiTATT COEKESrODEST.J Philadelphia, June 20. Mr. Mc Manes' remarks have hardly ruffled the surface. Politicians here a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

Mm r?rairTErW& r&. ; r THE PITTSBlTKG- DISPATCH, FKIDAY, JTTNE' '21' 1889 u r THE! HAD THE LOCK, Tlie Bostons Couldn't Up Ed Morris, Size BUT THE YISITOBS WON. Old GalTin Will Try to Make a Mark-To-day. A GKEAT GAME AT CLEVELAND. The Giants Straggle to Beat the Babies ltoO. GENERAL BASEBALL NEWS OF THE DAT Games Played Yesterday. BOSTONS 2....PTTTSBTJI5GS. 1 NEW YOEKS l....CLl!VELAi?IS...... 0 Indianapolis.... C.-Washeigtows. 4 Philadelphia 5....CmcAaos 2 Cincinxatis.... 5.. ..Kansas Cuts... 4 colpmers. 7... .athletics 7 Bbooklyss- 11 Baltimores 3 buffalos 7....losdoks 0 llAMILTOS(Ont.) 3....TOEONTOS 2 DETKOITS 9....R0CHESTE1SS....... 2 SVIlACtJSE 9....TOLEDOS 4 GREEKSBUBGS.... 7....J0HNSTOWNS 3 KEYSTOXESL. 4....SC0TTDALES. 3 Gaines To-Day. NATIONAL League Bostons at Pittsburg; Philadelpbias at Chicago; New Yorks at Cleve land; Washlngtons at Indianapolis. American Association Columbus at Philadelphia; Kansas Citys at Cincinnati. International League Torontos at Syracuse; Lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

BS12S . THE. PHTSBTJBG DISPATCH, PPJDA,T, JUNE -21, 1889. FEATUEES OF TEADE. Eetnrns of Week's Transactions at Liberty Stock Yards. ACTIVITY IN HORSE EQUIPMENTS. Stocks in Hands of Allegheny Tanners Well Cleaned Up. HARNESS LEATHER AND HIDES HEM Ofi-ice or pittsburo Dispatch, 1 Thursday, June 20. 1SS9.J Liberty live stock markets present few satisfactory features this week from the sell ers' standpoint The run of local cattle was too large tor demands of trade, and quality was below the average. A number were still on hand at noon to-day. The few loads on hand suitable for our markets held, up fairly well to last week's prices. These were light, tidy butch er stock, weighing from 1,100 to 1,200. The stock that dragged were thin feedcrs.which had been taken from grass too soon. Sheep and lambs were slow at prices ranging from 15 to 30c below rates of last week. Both euecp and hogs were slow because of difficulties and delays in transportation to Eastern mar kets. Following is report ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 June 1889

wm : 8' THE " PlTTSBtTI ;rH -DISPATCH, FK3DAY, JUNE 21," 188'9.- E PLACING THE BLAME. Coroner Evans, of Cambria County, Determined to Ascertain "WHERE KESPOUSIBILITI RESTS. And Whether the Breaking of the Dam Was Due to Kegllgence. flE IS YEEI MUCH IN EARNEST Ana Will Obtain Expert Testimony and Blft the Hitter to the Bottom. Coroner Evans, of Cambria county, seems determined to do all in bis power to fix the responsibility for the recent disaster, or at least to ascertain whether negligence was the cause of the dam breaking. He in tends to obtain the testimony of expert en gineers who haTe visited South Pork lately. He says he has beard of no damage suits being brought against the fishing club. IFBOX A EXACT COBBXSFOXDXXT. Johnstowx, June 20. Coroner Evans, of Cambria county, will resume the work of investigation next "Wednesday in earn est. So far he has been too busy, caring for the living, to proceed. The Coroner is a line-looking old man of massive proportions and determined ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

Transient Advertisements, INCLUDING fcW WANTS, TO LETS, FOB SALES. ETC., FOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE , Should be banded in at the main advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, up to , midniffht. PORTT-FOUBTH TEAR BURKE ISM IN, The-Suspect Positively Identi , fied as One otthe Cronin Criminals. ' PICkED FROM A LONG LINE Of the Toughest Hoodlums That Could be Found in -Winnipeg. THE'EXPEESSHAN DOES NOT HESITATE Bnt-qt pace Recognizes the Ulna, for Whom He Banled the Furniture to the Carlson CoHnge Dramatic Scenes In'tbe Jdll Burke Breaks Down and Will Probably Make a Confession The Grand Jury Closes lis Investigation foptbe Present , X,uke Dillon Gives More Evidence as to the Inner Workings of the Clonum. Gael The Hissing Cooney. Martin Barks has been identified as one of the WiUiams brotEers." Expressman Mortenson picked him -out of a line of 52 tough citizens of 'Winnipeg -without any hesitation'.- The prisoner trembled all 'over, and seemed to realize that bis doom was sealed. ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

TFlPpSP F X r THE PITTSBTJEQ- DISPATCH. SATURDAY, JUNE, 22, 1889- TO BEEAKCAMP. The Fourteenth Beginre&t, Af ter Duty Without Pay, COMING HOME BY OBDEBS. There is Over $18,000 Due to the t 1 Soldiers Down to Date, and THEY MAI FOREGO STATE CAMP. Only $300,000 Appropriated for the Entire Rational Guard. ENCAMPMENT JDLI 20-27, AT GRETNA ' The Fourteenth Regiment's days of active service at Johnstown are numbered. Gen eral Beaver says that so soon as the pending strike among the laborers at Johnstown is ended the Fourteenth Begiment will be al lowed to strike its tents or, rather, Gover nor Foraker's tents and return home, a prospect very pleasanj to th boys in blue, who have done arduous duty since being called out by Governor Beaver on June 4. The information that the militia would he disbanded reached Pittsburg through Assist ant Postmaster Colonel T.J. Hudson, ot this city, who is odo of the Governor's staff, and who was made acquainted with the. Governor's plans by the Executi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

EoHH9l -f '! ICX" THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. SAFETY FOE ALLEGHENY. A PERTINENT LETTER TO THE PENNA. CO.'S ATTORNEY. J. W. Collins, Esq Who Conducted the Late Important Grade Crosslne Suit, Write, to John H. Homplon, Ea-. Outlinlnjr n Fair nnd Volnntnry Wny of AccomplUlilng an End Desirable to Many Thousands or People-Two Kinds of Bells and a Htsh VTntcU Tower. John H. Hampton. Esq.. Attorney for the Perm sylvania Company. Pittsburg. Pa.: Dear Sie Referring to Tour request made to me during the trial of the Starr 'case, that I should, after consultation with Mr. Wcyman, inform you what additional precautions ought to be adopted by the Penn sylvania Company to protect the public at the Federal street crossing in Allegheny, and your assurance that you would use your influents to have the same adopted, allow me respectfully to submit that Federal street is the most crowded thoroughfare in Alle gheny, and every reasonable precaution to prevent danger to life and li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

R7S&SBZ wwf rv ' "" t Ik THE FITTSBtJBG- DISPATCH. SATUKDAY,' JUNE 22. 1889. THE MODERN EDUCATOR. Jhe Great 20-Page We Nmier OF The Pittsburg Dispatch, PUBLISHED OX Sunday, June 23, 1889, Will be found to be tail of interesting and in structive reading. Among other features it Trill contain a romantic novelette, by Nym Crinkle, based on the events immediately pre cedine tbe Rebellion, entitled A FlirtBtinn in Fire. Articles on current topics, travels and adven tures are contributed by world-famous writers, while the news from all parts of the world is presented in a bright and readable manner, proving that Thk Pittsbcro Dispatch is Tbe Modern Educator. Ije 1 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISIS. Vol. 44. No.131 Entered at l'lttsbnrg Postoffice, November 14, I8S7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce-97and99Fiftb.Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, Koom 48, Tribune Building, hew York. Avenge net circulation of the dally edi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

NOT" QUITE SO BAD. i . . Fearful Forebodings of a Kew Jersey Scientist Made Light of. SCOUTED UY UK. ASHBURNER. He Does Not Fear Eitlier'the Wrecking of a i-" Continent or of the Globe 'BI THE EXHAUSTION OP NATURAL GAS "The doom of "Western Pennsylvania was predicted and explained to a New York ''Herald reporter the other day by J. E. Thickston, who the Herald says "is a well known Ecicntist and astronomer living at Metuchen, N. J." "While speaking of the Johnstown horror, he said: "The news from Central Pennsylvania is awful, hut this nay be only a tery little thing compared with what may yet occur. Near and vest of the AUegbenies a great opening within the earth's crust must bo made somewhere by the escape of natural gas. Will the earth settle and till the empty places or will air pass in and thereby male it possible for the immense reser voirs of gas, stored away no one knows how far, to explode and make an upheaval? Many people believe there is gas enough un der Western Pennsylv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

-5" e THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. "JCTTT THEY'LL DOUBLE UP, Two Games To-Day Because of Yesterday's Bain. HOEEIS WILL BE ON DECK. The Giants Make a Show of the Cleve land Spider. RESULTS OF THE RUNNING RACES. Eain Stops the Big Pacing Eace Oat at Homewood Park. GENERAL SPOETING SEWS OP THE DAI , Games Played Yesterday. CHICAGO'S 8....PHILADELPBTAS.. 2 3 6 2 0 Indianapolis.. New Yoeks.... ClSCTJWfATIS.... Athletics...... St. Louis , 8....WASHISOTOSrS... , 17....CLEVrLA-DS.. , 9.... Kansas Citts... 3....coiajmbcs. 7....LOUISVUXES 3 Gnmes To-Day. National League Bostons at Pittsburg; New Yorks at Cleveland; Washington at In dianapolis; Philadelpbias at Chicago. American Association Baltimore at Brooklyn; Columbus at Philadelphia; St. Louis at Louisville, Kansas Citys at Cincinnati. International League Torontos at Syracuse; Londons at Rochester; Detroits at Hamilton; Toledos at Buffalo. Lcncne Record. Perl Per Won. Lost.Ct.1 Won. Lost. CI. Bostons 31 10 .756,ChlWtR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

'4 HOUSES IS DEMAND. Nearly 300 Applications Becorded for 100 Bnildings Which Are "EXPECTED IN J0HKST0WH TO-DAY. The Finance Committee Reports $200,000 on Hand and Declares IT MUST BE USED FOE SUFFERERS. Dr. Foster States That the laborers Are Kow Well Fed and in Good Health. The first batch of ready-made houses is expected to arrive ia Johnstown to-day. The Finance Committee has $200,000 at its disposal, which it proposes to turn over to the State Commission on condition that it be used for the sufferers. Dr. Foster says the laborers are now as well fed as the soldiers. The health of the troops and the workingmen continues good. TEOM A STAFF COItEESrOXDEXT.J Johxstotn, June 21. To-morrow Colonel Spangler will issue rations for two days to carry the people over Sunday. All the commissary departments will close on the Sabbath and the work will cease. The men need a day of rest badly. A number of excursions on both roads have been pro jected. It is expected there will be a big crowd o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

?'wvwKS7 V?- - ; t 8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 3889. f v STILL BATHER WARM. A Man From India's Coral Strand Slirs Up the Lutheran Synod. CONSIDERABLE ,YOBK WAS DONE. The Next Synodical Session to Open First Wednesday in June, 1891 IJXDER THS CEDAKS Or LEBANON, PA The Lutheran Synod was again a very ac tive body yesterday and business was rushed. After railroad certificates were signed, a resolution oflered by Rev. Dr. Butler, con gratulating Rev. P. "W. Conrad, D. D., L. L. D., on the completion of his filtieth year in the ministry, and the completion ana intro duction into the church of his catechism, was adopted. Prof. E. J. Wolf called attention to the efforts of independent German Lutherans to affiliate with their English brethren. Rev. Dr. Springer, of Illinois, thought these in dependents had a right to set up a different form if the v chose, and thought the Synod should enter into ecclesiastical correspond ence with them. Rev. Dr. Conrad was doubtful whether ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

IQMHKbSs s jsr" WJI, w V fcr - . THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH. t-at PAGES 9 TO 12. T SECOND PART-' -""... V ,- - I HO LOAFEESWMTED. Only Those Who Are Willing to Work Can Hold a Job at Johnstown. THE FOKCE OF MEN CUT DOWN. 'Many of the Laborere Suffer From Too Steady a Diet of Salt Port THE JOHNSTOWN OP THE FUTURE rrBOM A STAFF COBKESrOTTDEJeM JonxsTO-wx, June 2L Colonel "Wash ington Hill, of the Commissary Depart ment, held a consultation this afternoon with the foremen of the gangs for the pur pose of rearranging the camps. The force of inen has been cut down to about 2,300, and there are tents enough erected to pro tect 3,000. At present there is not much system, the men from the different crews are handing together, and it is a difficult mat ter to find them when wanted, t Colonel Hill states that there are a num ber of bummers in camp who won't work and only ferment dissatisfaction among the laborers. The fellows will have to go un der the new system, and if they don't do it quickly ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

VSj-" . fTmwr 10 regiment or some of the regiments Jn garri son, or by the Navy. That is generally the rule, though perhaps in some regiments it is not so strictly adhered to as with us." "Then I consider that it is "a fraud upon upon the public, Captain Uervyn. Gentle men's dress is so dingy and monotonous that I consider it distinctly the duty of.sol diers to give us a little light and color when thev get the chance." "Very well. Miss Blackmoor, I will bear it in mind; and next time my mother gives a ball, the regiment, if it is within reach, shall come in uniform. By the way. do you know who is the man my cousin is dancing with? There are lots of faces I don't know here; being seven or eight years away makes a difference in a quiet country place." "That is Mr. Gnlston. He is First Lieu tenant of the flagship at Plymouth. I know it because he was introduced to me early in tile evening, and e danced to gether, nnd a capital dancer he i, too." "He is an uncommonly good-looking fel l...

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