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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 February 1889

?R ; S? PEOPLE WHO WANT HOUSES Should peruse the third page of THE DISPATCH. All having: Houses to Rent can secure tenants by adver tising in THE DISPATCH. FORTY-THIRD TEAR. mUTlUT Dr. Maharneke is Suspended by Warden Wright After an Awful Ordeal, PAINFUL IN ITS PUBLICITY. Another Shut-Out Fails, and the Investigation Pro ceeds in Fairness. THBEE DRAMATIC STOEIES With McPhillamy, Miller and Mrs. Mair the )Yitnesses Pre- Eminent in Disclosures. BRIBERY THE MILDEST CHARGE, For Miller Tells of Men He Believes Were Killed by the Frison Punish ment and Baths. EVIDENCE WITH SO RECENT PAEALLEL The prison investigation has reached crisis. Dr. Maharneke is suspended. TliL dramatic inquiry lasted from 3 P. si. jester, day until after midnight. McPhillamy, Miller, Mrs. Mair and others gave startling testimony in some re spects. The inspectors at first sought to shut out several most essential visitors, but reconsidered. The case goes on to-morrow. Upon its issue depends Maharneke's re storatio...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 February 1889

2 .'THE PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1889. I I 9 CLOSINGUPGIRCUITS Westinghouse and Edison are Sure to Consolidate. ONLY A QUESTION OE GASH. A Case Before the U. S. Circuit Court Will be Decided Saturday ABOUT THE INCANDESCENT LAMP. And Westingliouse Claims Priority on the Sawjer-JIan Patent AN UKPKECEDENTED BUSINESS. The consolidation of the Westinghouse electric interests and the Edison Company now seems to be on the point of being an ac complished fact. The -wheel of fortune, which for so many years has been in the hands of Mr. Thomas Edison, ready to tnrn in his direction at any moment, is suddenly falling from his grasp, and is showering its sparks upon Mr. "Westingliouse at eTery turn of the axle. All the patent suits and interference cases between the two great American electric currents that hare come to public notice lately were evidences of ab solute defeat for one side or the other. The decision of the Supreme Court in the Bate re frigerator case turned out...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 February 1889

THE PITTSBUKG- DJSPATCH WEDNESDAY, -FEBEUAET 6;- 1889.-. 3 MICKLEDTWINC1TT. Allegheny Delighted at Being Made a Legal Third-Class Town. THE SuTEEME COURT'S BIG FLOP. Delinquent Tax Collector Greer Saja He's 3fot EuledOut. THE TEEASDEEE AND OTHEES HAPPI At Philadelphia the Supreme Court yes terday reversed its own judgment as en tered in the case of the city of Beading versus Savage. The question involved -was the validity of the municipal act of May 23, 1874. The act authorizes cities of the third class to accept the benefits of its provisions for regulating their municipal affairs, and defines in various -ways the p'owers and du ties of their officers aud the methods of col lecting taxes. Judge Ermentrout, in Berks county, de cided that this act, under which the city of Heading had administered its affairs for 14 years, was unconitutional and void. "When the case was argued on appeal in April, 1888, this judgment was affirmed by Supreme Court. The City Solicitor of Heading applied ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 February 1889

-THE PITTSBURG "DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, "1889. 1 r t Me BMraiqj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISM. Vol. i No. 3G5. Entered at 1'lttsburg I'ost office, N ovember H, 1SS7, as stcona-ci&ss matter. Business OEQce 97 and.99 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street This paper having more than Double the circulation of nny other in Iho Stnto oulslilo of Philadelphia, Its advantages as an adver tising medium will bo nppnreot. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rostAGE rnEE nt the united states. JUH.T DisrATcn, One Year 800 DAU.T DisrATcn, Per Quarter 200 Daily Dispatch OneMonth ,u Daily DisrATcn, Including Ssnday, oao year WW Daily Dispatch, Including fcanday, per quarter s5 Daily DisrATcn, including fcunday. one month .. VO Edksav DisrATcn. one year. IW Weekly DisrATcn. one jear 15 The Daily Dispatch la delivered by carriers at 15 cents per -Beck, or Including UiebundaycdlUon. at SOeentsper week. : PITTSBURG, -WEDNESDAY, FEB. G, 1ES9. THE SUPREME COUSrS SOMERS...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 February 1889

If 'ONE MORE IMORMER. A Man With Two Karnes Takes the Stand Against the Irish Leader. TEE AMERICAS SIDE OP THE CASE. An Alleged Federal Major Asserts That Parnell Told Him That HE WAS IX FAVOIi OF INSURRECTION. The Libel Case in the Scotland Courts Is Very Bnmina. rilj Dismissed. A man named Beach, who also calls him telf Major Le Caion, testified against Par nell before the Commission yesterday. He said that Parnell told him that nothing hut force of arms would ever free Ireland. He claimed to have been the bearer of a message from the Irish leader to persons in America. IiOndox, February 5. When the session of the Parnell Commission opened to-day Attorney General "Webster announced that he would proceed to take up the American portion of the case. A witness named Beach testified that when Parnell and Dillon were in America during 1SS0 their meetings were held under the auspices of the Clan-na-Gael. Witness attended several meetings at which Messrs. Dillon and Parnell were present....

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

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1889. 2 A SS TOW The Horseman Conies Here to Buy Thoroughbreds. f HIS CLEAE EXPLANATION About the Alleged Pdnger He Took Out West. INTERESTING BASEBALL GOSSIP. An Important Meeting of the Allegheny County League. GENERAL SPOETIXG HEWS OF THE DAT There is alwayssomething interesting and instructive to learn about horse matters in a talk with Frank Van Kess. He is one of the best known horsemen in the country. He arrived in this city yesterday, his object being to purchase a few colts from Captain Sam Brown. This means that Mr. Van Kcss is inclined to go fully into the running business. During a conversation with a Dispatch representative at the Mononga licla House yesterday afternoon, he not only fully explained his reasons for investing in the runners, but made an important state ment regarding the expulsion of Sire Brothers 'and himself from the American Trotting Asso ciation. Ho said: 1 am on my way to Kentucky, and I have stopped ov...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 February 1889

INDUSTRIAL NOTES. A Lumberman's Views as to the Out look of His Industry. KESULTS OP SHORTAGE IN SNOW. Michigan Saw Hills Closing Up for Lack of Materials. JOBBING TE1CE ALREADY HIGHER OFFICE OF TOE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, Tuesday. Februarys, 18S9. An interview with a representative of one of onr jobbing lumber firms developed some facts of interest as to the situation and out look of this industry which are here jotted down. The gentleman interviewed has re cently returned from an extensive trip through the lumber regions oi Michigan and Pennsylvania. Following is the sub stance of his statements: "The failure of the snow crop up in Michigan has not been as damaging as niight be supposed. Many of the large lumber hims throughout that State are provided with tramways, by which their logs are brought to the mill. sometimes a ins tance of 3) to 25 miles. Heavy snows are, in fact, an obstacle to lumbermen thus provided. I know of one -Michigan lumber firm whose ex penses last winter amount...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 February 1889

I i i r t I I f I liRPIBHHIwJVIPJIRHBIHIHPPVHHpHijMIHNii THE OFFICERS FINED. The Trial of Police Inspector McAleese and Roger O'JIara. t PIFTI DOLLARS AKD COSTS EACH. Also Held for Trial at Court for Surety of the feace. INCIDENTS AT lESTERDAT'S HEARING Inspector McAleese and Assistant Super intendent of Police Eoger O'ilara were yes terday fined $50 and costs each and held in 5300 bail by Alderman Cassidy on the charges preferred against them by Dr. H. 33. Orr. At the hearing the defendants -vrere repre sented by John Morrow, Esq. The prose cutor acted as his own attorney. The office was crowded with officials ot the Depart ment of Public Safety. Dr. Orr was the first witness examined. His testimony was mainly what has already been printed about abuse from the two offi cers in his office oa the evening of January 31. The language used by Messrs. Mc Aleese and O'Mara was blasphemous, and the doctor thought they would do him bod ily harm. They "threatened to throw him out of the wind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

PEOPLE WHO WAST HOUSES Should peruse the third page of THE DISPATCH. All having1 Houses to Beat can secure tenants by adver tising In THE DISPATCH. rORTT-THTElD YEAR be the Burden of a Ma jority of the Ballots in Old Lancaster. SHE WILL STICK TO BEER, Keep a Weather Eye on Her Golden Tobacco Fields, and light TOE PEBSOKAL LIBEBTY. The Mennonites, Amishites and Dunkards Arrayed Against the Amendment MU.HENSEL REFERS TO OLD SCORES, And Believes the June Contest Will be an Opportunity for Settling Some of Them. LIQUOR HEX COMBINING FOE WOEK Lancaster county will give from 3,000 to 4,000 majority against Constitutional amendment. Our Special Commissioner finds the Pennsylvania Dutch generally arrayed against the measure. In a politi cal way, ex-State Chairman Hensel tells why Democrats will probably use the op portunity to punish both the liquor ring and Republican party. Thus far The Dis patch's canvass of counties shows the fol lowing result: 3 S" On a p COCJfTIES. g, " o B "2. S - g ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

HE DMT SKIP, A Sensational Report About Dr. B. B. Maliarneke. HIS KEWFUBMTUBE SOLD. Warden Wright Tells Why McPliil lamy is Confined in His CelL KO WORK FOR 125 OF THE CONVICTS George Sdnvebel Anxious to Testify About the Pen Hospital. INSFECTOB KELLY TALKS SOME MORE The report that Dr. B. B. Maliarneke, the suspended hospital tteward of the Kiver side Penitentiary, had "skipped the town," was extensively circulated in the lower end of Allegheny last evening. It was stated that he had sold the furniture he purchased a few months ago to iurnish a house when he was married, and had not been seen since noon. A reporter for this paper called at his late residence, and inquired for the doctor, but was told that he was not in, and could not be seen. The fact that the house was occu pied by another family seemed to corrob orate, to a certain extent, the report. The new inmate said: "I cannot, for certain reasons, say anything about the doctor;" and the door was quietly closed. "Warden "Wri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

ie'brashearhome. The Pittsburg Astronomer Keturns "' From His Great Trip West. OBSERVING THE SOLAR ECLIPSE. The Indians and Chinese Were Afraid of the Telescope. BKI YIEWS AT A HEIGHT OP 6,000 FEET Prof. John A. Brashear, the well-known astronomer and manufacturer of astronom ical instruments, who wnt to the Pacific coast to make an observation of the recent solar eclipse, returned home Tuesday morn ing earlier than he had intended, as Mrs. Brashear is quite ilL He was seen at his home in Allegheny yesterday by a DIS PATCH reporter, and asked for an account ol his interesting trip. The professor said: I left Pittsburg December 21, went first to Denver where I had some interviews with the Professors and others connected with the Den ver University in regard to some astronomical instruments for them, some of which I am en gaged in constructing. From Denver I went to Salt Lake City, -nhcre I had some pleasant in terviews with the friends of Orson Pratt, the deceased astronomer and math...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

PITTSBURG DISPATCH,' THURSDAY, -FEBRUARY- 7, :1889? ; t fc flje BtftretftJ. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY ia. Vol. 43, So. 306. Enteral at HttsburK l'ost offlce, Itorcmbcrlt, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and09 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This pnper hnxlns more thnu Double tho circulation or any other in Ibo Smto outside of Philadelphia, Its advantages as an adver tising medium wilt be apparent. TE1U1S OF THE DISPATCH. rosTAOE rniE rs- the cmtu states. DAILY DisrATCn, One Year f 8 CO DAILT DisrATCH, Per Quarter 100 Daily UlBPATcn. Oncllonth u Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one year 10 00 Daily Diei-ATCU. Including bunday, per quarter 150 Daily DisrATCir, Including Sunday, ons month. M Euxday DisrATCn, oneycar. 150 Weeklt DisrATCH, one year 129 Hie Daily disfatcii 1 delivered by carriers at 35 cents per week, or including Uie&undaycdltlon, at 20 cents per week. PITTSBURG, THURSDAY, FER 7, 1SS9. GYPSUM FOE FOOD. The very...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

TB i. J 1 WILLING WITNESS. Sensational Allegations Made Before the Tarnell Commission. AMERICA IS A flOT-BED FOR CRIME, According to (he Tale Unfolded by This Knowing Informer. SULLIVAN DENIES HIS ASSERTIONS, And Says There Was Kothlnj riannea VThlch is 3Tot Open to the World. The latest informer again testified before the Tarnell Commission yesterday. He swore to revolutionary conversations with Sullivan, Egan. and others, and connected Parnell with these Tiews. He had a pat answer ready for every question asked by the Attorney General. He asserted that torpedo boats were built in America for use against England. Davit t rebuked the wit ness for impertinence. LONDON, February C Witness Beech, alias Major Le Caron, was on the stand again to-day before the Parnell Commission, and gave some very sensational testimony. The witness, in his testimony, referred to the building of two torpedo boats. One, he said, was a lailure; the other lay on the ew Jersey side of the Hudson river for fo...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

1 DECLINING SPORTS. I Some Seasons Why Their Pop- ' ularily is Decreasing Here. sSHOBTSTOP ALLEN SIGNED. r gPhillips Captures the Tromising Young Man From Ohio. VAOESS PURCHASES BOB FISHER. I IHo TT111 Enter Him in General Stake Races. GEKERAL SrOETIXG KEWS OP THE DAT "Wherever two or three local sporting people are found together the subject ot dis cussion invariably is about the decline of sports in this locality. The usual expression is: "Pittsburg has seen its best sporting days, and as a city of sports it will never he inthc front rank again." Together with this statement, made certainly with earnest regret by those who make it, is another to the effect that the decline ot sport has already in jured business, and ill continue to do so. From a sporting point of view these state ments are worthy ot a little comment, because wbether we are inclined to believe it or not there are thousands of Pittsburgers directly and indirectly interested in matters of sport. It is, doubtless, a f...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

LOCAL LIYE STOCK. So Extra Prime Cattle at East Liberty Yards This Week. BOUGH GRADES LOWER AND SLOW. Heavy Eeceipts of Sheep and Lambs De moralize the Markets. LIGHT TACKIXG HOGS LOOKING UP Office op tiie Pittsbueg Dispatch,! Wednesday. February 6, 18S9. J Eeceipts of cattle on Monday were 85 cars, the same as for the two previous weeks. There were no extra prime cattle in the en tire lot The heaviest received were not above 1,500 pounds in weight, and only a few reached that figure. Some four loads of stockers weighing from 700 to 900 pounds were received from Chicago. The season is too far along for active trade instockers. The range of prices for the few that were received was 2c to 3;c. and markets were slow at these figures. Regular Buyers of stocbers from eastern counties have been scarce for some weeks back. Good, smooth butcher cattle, weighing from 1,100 to 1,400 pounds, were in fair demand at last week's prices. Rough common cattle were slow at a drop of 10c to 15c from p...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 7 February 1889

jSSS'??''"'jaWFTwH5liSWP!H i8(t i - v -? THE pittsburg dispatg!H! Thursday februakx. - 7," iaaa? t- -- 'r7mpfmmsiimsPV's'iwmmKsmBmMm,imm ffOOE LITTLE LAMBS Of Finance Meet With but Little Sympathy From Congress. IRE XICARAGUAN STOCKHOLDERS "Will Have to Care for Themselves and Their Investments. WANTEDAN ACTIVE JINGO TOLICI. She Report on the Kicannguan Canal Bill Adopted by the House. The House, after a lively debate, adopted the conference report on the hill to incor porate the Uicaragnan Canal Company. It was sugrested that the Rothschilds, Barings, and other lambs of the same flock, could protect their own golden fleeces with out assistance from the United States. An appeal was also made for an aggressive for eign and colonization policy. Washington, February G. The con sideration of the conference report of the Jficaraguan Canal bill was resumed in the House to-day. Mr. Kelson, of Minnesota, thought that the bill reported by the Conference Com mittee out-Heroded the original bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 February 1889

m: P5 TX r ju "i -T7X Ji.iP(.,w .aria's flpma Mgpvm . PEOPLE who want HOUSES Rhnnlrl nnriiRn ti - shrewd men in BUSINESS Can reach the best third pace of TTXV. TYTRTJ A Tf'TT class of Investors- throurfr THE D1S-? , PATCr yThe best mer- 'ness can ah. ., . -eached thrrfSj ?&, DIS- ,''); i.'rr T't- sr All having Houses ro nem can secure tenants toy adver- j PATCH. ?' SM JHi rORTT-FOUKTH YEAR. IffflLiil By Maharneke, Who Even Gives the Lie to Good Mrs. Mair the Others. MORE CRUELTY TOLD OF And a Galvanic Battery That . Wouldn't Hurt a Sick Kitten Shown INEYIDENCE OFESTf OOEXCE 'A Threatening Me From McPliil- lamy to the Doctor is Amended and Bead. DE. RANKIN'S LITTLE ADMISSION. The Electric Machine Slight 'he Made More Uncomfortable for Its Actual Easiness. THE IKQU1EI TVILL COXHXUE TO-DAT The Riverside inquiry was continued yes terday. The defense began. Dr. Mahar neke coolly denies almost everything. He acknowledges he once used a big D . Quite a squabble ensued over a mysterious...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 February 1889

2 lO?SE pM?SBTm& DISPATOS, KEttDAY, EBRTTAHY- 8, 1889. i THE MECHANIC HALL "Will be on the Sign Over the F. and II. Building in the Near Future. A BIDDER FOR THE JR. 0. U. A. 11". At the Auction Testerday, According to a Man Speaking on Authority. THE JUXIOES FILL A IMG FELT WAST The adjourned sale of the property of the F. & M. Bank of the Southside was con tinued yesterday morning. Before the sale commenced Mr. J. H. Sorg stated that the assignees were willing to let the property co lor 35,000. Several bids were made then nntil Mr. D. 0. Cunningham offered 531,500, when Mr. H. C. Gearing asked for another adjournment, because he stated that he wanted to consult with some parties who were not present, and who would possibly bid higher. While Mr. Gearing refused to state on whose behalf he had been bidding, it is pretty well understood that he acted for a secret organization, either the "Window Glass Association or the American Me chanics. A visit was made to the homes of Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FPJDAT, PEBETIAET 8, 1839. "THE'GIPSKS'SOMO. Nearly All of the Family Stricken Down IVith Disease. ANOTHER TAGE TO THE EOMAKCE. Ostracized From Teoplc, in a Tent in This Kind of Weather, THETOCKGWAXDEKEEATDEATITSDOOI! Another page may be added to the Gipsy romance, the sad details of which were re corded in the columns of this paper a fevr weeks ago. The romantic life and sad death of the nomadic beauty, Annie Stan ley, in a tent near the "West End, is yet fresh in the minds of the many readers of The Dispatch. Poor Dick, her husband, is now lying at death's door, and may soon join the wile be loved so well in that mys terious realm which mortals call eternity. The simple tale, so pathetic, so touching, and yet humble in its origin, cannot but excite the sympathy of those who may fol low this recital of their misery. Lying on a bed of straw, covered with a qnilt rather torn and tattered, his pale, emaciated features pinched and worn by the bitterest of physic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 8 February 1889

fWSS" tWjGpwttJ k ft T W$ $$$ ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S16L VoL , Xo. 1. Entered at rittsbnrg l'ost OfUco, Kovembcr 11, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce-G7 andG9 Fifth Avenue. Keu-s Booms and Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. This paper having more I linn Double the circulation of nny other in the Stato outbide of Philadelphia, its advantages m on other tlilng medium will bo apparent. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. rOSTAGE FREE Df THE CXITED STATES. J1AILY DisrATCH, One Tear. f 8 00 1ailt DiSPATcn, Per Quarter. 200 Dah-v UisPATcn. OncMonth... u Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, ona jcar 1300 Daily Dispatch, including bunday, per quarter IS Daily DisrATCH, including Sunday, ona month. - SO Ecmjay Dispatch, oneycar - 150 Weekly Dispatch, one j ear 1 25 The DAILY Dispatch is delivered by carriers at 15 cents per week, orincludlngthebunday edition, at Si cents per w eefc. riTTSBURG, FRIDAY, FER 8. 1SS9. SUCCESS OF THE HEW GTJ5. Once more there seems to be a future for t...

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