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1EIMB HAS COME
Sv. . , , ,
igmrjii. nam oummonea uy
tlie Old league.
IMEINITE CH1EGES MADE.
ffi .Players' Plans Yery Definitely
Pointed Oat in a Plea..
KAPIAIIf COMISKEI STILL FREE
Tlia National Lea-rue Baseball Club in
irw York has filed its reauest for an injunc-
BHnn m-lntt Ward and others. Borne defi-
Inite complaints are made. Comiskey states
Ithkt he has not signed Vith any clnb yet.
Sam Thompson and Myers leaTe the
Brotherhood and sign with the rtxmies.
rKTiaAI. TZLXQBAX TO TOT DIErATCX.1
JNew Tohkl December 23. The first
Lmove in the suit against John "Ward by the
BEew York Baseball Clab was made to-
i!irht irhen "R" W "ReeThr. actintr as acent
Bfnr (i. !flMlnvlirs of counsel for theclub,
Iserved a summons on Ward at his -home,
N180 West Seventy-sixth street, ward was
psick'in bed with the grip, but was able to
ireceive the papers. President nay, ot ine
Metropolitan Exhibition, complaining of
'the defendant, alleges:
Trtit.t the business of tbe plaintiff If, and has
been since It organization In 18S2, the giving,
auonc other thlnes. or exhibition, of tbe gitme of
baseball, and has entered Into contracts and ar--rangraenu
with certain other similar clubs
throughout the country for that purpose.
THE PLAnrrrFF'S PLEA.
He ha continuously from its organisation been
a'enfraged In securing and maintaining a team or
OOUf OI SkUiCU I1VIC1UU taobWCMi p. j,..- ..,.
salaries amounting in -the .aggregate to. a tut
large sum of money, in order to enable it to com
pete'In games with 'tne" other skilled trams or
bodies emplored by tbe otber olnbs la said reagce.
TnatJohn Montgomery Ward is a professional
,..fc.ii nlAvpr. and iiu been snch-for-more than
Ken years, and Is now one of the best known and
most popular piajuv iu uic wuuuji uv
been employed by the plaintiff for the past four
years, and daring that time has' been the player
selected to play In the position or -what Is
known as shortstop, In which position he Is
a very skilled plater, and In fact and In general
reputation one of the most skilled In the country;
nil thr rirfondint Is also a skilled DlTer In bat-
ting, catching and running, and In the other gen
eral poin'S oi we game, ana oecmusc 01 u rcu
' era! repntatlon and skill as a player has been here-
Torore employed nyme piainun. aum wcucicuu-ne-l.
nnthiaidiT of AnrIL 188-L in the State
k of JSewVork, make and execute a contract with
l .th ifl&lntlff. the samp, h&vlns- been executed with
I-, this plaintiff nnder the name of the New Tork
Jiail fJluD, ana siehcu in ucuaii ui we ymu,ui vj
lUdidy authorised agent. "Nicholas"!", l'onng.
" THE DEFEXDAST'S CON TBACT.
And farther, that prlorto the execution or said
contract the defendant .presented to plaintiff an
additional or supplemental contract; which said
defendant had himself written oat, and requested
that the same be. signed .and executed by the
K plaintiff as'part and parcel of the first contract.
wnicnwssBignea-ana aeuverea. id aeieuaauwn
K behajfor.thejlalntlff.undei: the name oftbeHew
York Ball Clnb, and by Its duly anthorlzed agent
at tbe 'same' time that the arst contract was
executed and delivered. And also, that prior to
October H. 1839. and while defendant was still
actively engaged In rendering services to plaintiff
for the season ot 1883. In the position of short
stop.- the plaintiff duly notified tbe defendant
that It exercised Its option for the employment of
defendant's services under and pnrsaant to the
revisions of paragraph 13 of said contract, and
Id reserve him within tbe meaning and nnder the
provisions of said contract, and retained his
services for the season of the vear 1890. and stood
t ready and offered to execute the agreement
therefor. The defendant threatens, and has
caused It to he published throughout the country,
that he will not play with" tbe club of tbe plaintiff
during tbe season of 1890, and that in violation of
nis oeiore mennonea contract wiw ine piainuix.
he will play with another club or organization
' during said season, and that the
THIBXEEN OTHEB PLATEBS
Now nnder similar contracts as aforesaid have, at
i the Instigation of defendant, declared and puo-
; Usneo that they will not play with the dab of the
plaintiff during ue season, but will play with
other clubs or organizations In violation of their
contracts and obligations with plaintiff, and that
by reason' of such Irreparable injury tbe large
amount of money that has therefore been Invested
br the plaintiff In its Business will be In dancer of
being partially If not wholly lost, and
that the damage caused thereby to the plaintiff
Is . Impossible to estimate or assess. The
action of the said defendant In violation of his
fc own contract has been taken by tbe defendant for
fc the open and avowed purpose of establishing an
ET other club or organization which shall conflict
m " with the business and Interests of tbe plaintiff.
-ana as jar as possinie appropriate to ltseir tne
pronts-whlch would otherwise accrue to the plain
tiff so laras the same arise from tbe exhibition of
,. games of baseball, and thit the said action of the
defendant Is directly calculated to produce sich
result, ana uereoy 10 cause great anairrepara
ble damage to tbeplalntlffand to its business for
the season of 1890, and thereafter.'
COMISKEI HiS SOI SIGNED.
RTbe -St. Xionla Captain Is Thinking: the
Blatter Over a Little.
" tSrXCIAt, TZLXQSAX TO THZ DISPATCH.!
Saw Fbancisco, December 23. The St
z Louis Browns, includine Baldwin. Tebeau.
E'Byan and Crooks, arrived here to-day, and are
E--quartered at the Baldwin. The members of
Fthe party are in excellent health. They were
jmet -at the depot by President Moore and
; Colonel Roberts, of tbe California League.
.According to Captain Comlstey. the trip has
Pbeen a success. Beside havinz return tickets
Kin their pockets, there Is over 11,000 in the
EitttT,w f"hmlBtav MVfi1lAli9B nnttlmMl ,
t Brotherhood contract . '
f. The game with the Bostons to-dav waspost-
l ponea on account oi tne weauer. xne urowns
e wiu piay nere until t an uaiy iu, ana toea go to
NFortlsnd. The trip will be tbe longest ever
- maae nj a oau team in tnis conntry-
- UEW ASSOCUriON CLUBS.
uFresldeat Fhclps Announces the AdmUalon
of Toledo and Rocfaeirer
TfTTmL'lT TP T -,- an T-nVts-n-X- n Dwtati)ij...a
vru" .rr ". "T... z . . ""
L jruups, oi toe Aiuuicsu oiuouiui Association,
announced to-night that Toledo and Rochester
Shad been admitted to the organization. Balti-
?more is said to have applied for reinstatement
I and Providence, New Haven, Toronto and a
number of other towns are seeking Admission.
l-jnere, states that be will remain with St Lonis.
Two Morn Deserters.
Terrk Haute, IncL, December 23. Second
baseman Myers and left fielder Thompson, of
jUst year's Philadelphia League Club toJay at
Eln'dianapolis signed a three years' contract at a
ihandsome increase of salary with that clnb.
Mtfyers received 2,500 last year. Tbe H men of
A the club last year agreed to go into the Brother
1 hood. Before Myers and Thompson signed,
jMnlvey, Olesson, Shrlver.Deckerand Clements
hsd signed with the League.
mCUl TXLXQBAJI TO TBlt DISATCH.l
JTewTobk; December 23. The winter rac
ing which opened at Clifton to-day resulted as
First raee,.onemlle J. J. Oh first, Groomsman
second, Pegasus third. Time, 2-1SX. Betting:
J. J. Ob 4 to 1, Groomsman 7 to S lor place.
Second race, six and a half furlongs Dead heat
. between Zanrbar and Melodrama, narnnm thlrri.
F Time 1-J9. Betting: Zangbar 50 to 1, ilelo
t ilrmill tni. Zancbarwon the run on Iniisiu.
w Betting on run off: Zangbar 4 tot. Melodrama
E. Tlilrdraee. seven and one-half furlonrs Ked-
F light first. Bam D second, Annie M third. Time,
i:u. tieiauf. neaiigu. j. vj i, cam u to l lor
place. fonrtiT&ee. oneand one-sixteenth mllfsTll.
C. wood first, Philip 1 second. Van third. TIm
M for place.
Finn race, ove-eignms oi a nme umpire first.
Guardsman second, Sparling third. Time, 1-05K.
Bettlnc: Umpire 10 to t. Guardsman even for
Kirth-rsiwc sis and one-half furlonrs -nr.il.
' tnde -first. Pall Mall second. Ban Lassie third.
: ,V.me, 1-SW. Betting: Gratitude Itf to J, pall
riaiau to 9 xor piacc
4. . UrZCIAi .TKtIOBAlC TO THI DISPATCH. 1
,xi"EV xoBZ, iecemDer xs. xne Jticdjon
iCounty'JockeyClnb announces the following
probable starters and weights:
iPlrstraee, six furlongs, selling jjord Beacons-
firld llLXThmri Howe 111 ToDeka 108. tilrinwllKl,
Taim GateSjni Nita 108. Alfred 106, Arizona 106,
t aniter.ivu, ti atcn xjn ivs, wtc ru iu, Aimer
jseondTraee. seven furlongs, selling Boodle
King Idle lir Uincsster ilO, Amos 110, .Count
ajot3urnsldelti Julia Miller 1(3, Herman
Uenaarmctrs.' . ' . -,-.. i
lMtiacelflTe laxieagi, "tor two-yew-oios
Bam Morse 116. Marie .Lovell 112, Australltz 105,
Shakespeare S5. BarrlentosM, Felix K.
Fourth race. Initial winter handicap, one and
one-sixteenth mile. Now or Never 120, "King
Crab 111. Bradford 11L Oregon 1M. St. Kick 87,
Ofellnste, Clay Stockton S5, VlgUant 98, Lemon
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs. Now or
"Never 108. Harry Brown 105, Blue Kock 103. Ore-
;on IDS, Sunshine ICO, Lemon Blossom 10O.,Gloster
Sixth race, seven furlongs; selling. Bay Ridge
122, Bay Archer IB, Wayward IIS. Bob C 115, Har
wood 105, Banker IIS, Suitor Hi, Dynamite 114,
Sherwood 111, Ozone 103, Jerry 84.
The long-distance peds are a Httlo lively
when money is at stake.
Assistant Chief O'Maba is a Golden man
in the local race no w goingon.
Soxb admirers of pluck and courage gsre
'Golden lots of assistance yesterday.
Bitrrn ought to rejoin his friends in business
the East London costermongers.
The Brotherhood and old League officials
stated they bad "nothing new" yesterday.
Ex-Mator Ftctltox was at the start of yes
terday's race, and pins his faith on Hegelman.
It is sometimes unsafe to predict but the
club that gets Visneras a catcher won't get a
REABEB-Jf yon have reid the papers, you
should know of course La Blanche defeated
Dempsey and not Jack McAuliffe.
CouxcxufAX Robertson was an enthusias
tic speciator at the race yesterday. He and
Jim ilcKnight are Noremac men ontandont
Ton Bro-wn, the ctacV left fielder of tha
Boston clnb, has signed a life contract more
binding than is signed by National League or
Players' Brotherhood, a marriage license to
wed Miss Christine McLane. a pretty young
girl of San Francisco, aged 23.
1S38. Holmes Best. 18S9.
For medical tise and for home, riurposes
this whisky stands high, has been Indorsed
by chemists and Government officials. As
a holiday need it has gained countenance
by its parity and age. Families supplied
with champagnes, wines, cordials and best
imported brandies, etc. Send for catalogue
or telephone orders for immediate delivery,
No. 305. Christmas and New Tear goods
delivered promptly to all parts of the city,
East End and Allegheny.
AV. H. Holmes & Son,
120 Water street and 158 First avenue,
A Solid Casta Present.
To show our liberality to our patrons, we
will give to all purchasers to-morrow in
every department a cash discount of 10 per
cent as a Christmas gift It don't matter
what youl-uy may it be a suit, overcoat,
hat or furnishing goods you will get 10
cents on every dollar returnedin cash. Onr
store will be open until 11 o'clock to-night,
and Christmas we will close at noon.
P. C. C. C., cor. Grant and Diamond sts.,
opp. the new Court House.
Special Mna Sale To-Dny.
Tour choice "of muffs, worth $3 50 to 56,
for $3 each in center of store.
All departments open till 9 P. M.
Joa. Hobne & Cos
Fenn Avenne Stores.
Anybody Can Play It !
"WTiat? "Why one of those wonderful
Autoharps. All the various styles are
shown. Simple, charming, lovely! Book
oi instruction with each. Just the thing
for lads and lasses. Manufacturer's agent,
George Kappel, 77 Fifth avenue. 17,24
Special Mnfl" Sale To-Dny.
Ton choice of muffs, worth $3 50 to 6,
for $3 each in center of store.
All departments open till 9T.li.
JOS. HOENE & CO.'S
Fenn Avenne Stores.
Holiday dress patterns in nice boxes at
black goods department and at French
dress goods department, all reduced to prices
that will make them sell before store closes
to-night Boggs Ss Buhl.
Fbattekthbim & Vilsack's ale and
porter are superior beverages. Call for
them. All dealers keep them. Or order
direct. 'Phone. 1185.
Colder Wentber I. Surely Coming,
But Kaufmanns don't propose to wait for it,
but sell without delay their entire extensive
stock of overcoats at almost any price.
Come to-day if you want the biggest bar
gain of your life.
Plenty of Dress Goods Bargains To-Day
In all wool goods black and colors. Come
early or late; you will receive the best at
tention. Jos. HOEKE & Co.'S
Fenn Avenue Stores.
If you wish a pretty-faced doll then pur
chase one for same price as common ones, at
Harrison's toy store, 123 Federal at, Alle
Our common sense stools, painted or un
finished, now delivered oh short notice.
P. C. Schoeneck, 711 Liberty street
Of new patterns and shapes of toilet cham
ber sets in unique designs and colorings at
Beizenstein's, 152, 154, 156 Federal st, Al
legheny. Headquarters for Christina Black Silks
$1 00 up to $4 00 a yard best makes in tbe
world largest assortment to select from
come to-day or this evening till 9 o'clock.
Jos. Hoeke & Co.'s
Fenn Avenue Stores..
Have your 'photograph taken Christmas'
Bay by Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal at,
Allegheny. Gallery open all day.
Gold and Silver Wntebes.
Tou will do well if you buy at Hauch'i
Jewelry Store, No. 295 Filth avenue. Fine
goods, but no fancy prices.
Fifty pairs slightly soiled country
blankets at 40 per cent reduction to close
quickly. HCGUS Ss Hacke.
In gold, silver and natural stick handles,
from $1 to (10, at H. J. Lynch', 438 and
440 Market st
The largest variety at H. Seibert & Co.'s,
Jpst for To-Dny
"We will offer 50 extra fine blue Kersey box
overcoats with patched velvet collar, richly
lined. A very high-class garment of onr
own manufacture. These overcoats were
made to .sell for 530 our price to-day, and
to-day only. $13. Store open till 11 o'clock
to-night. To-morrow, Christmas Day, we
close at 12 o'clock noon. P. C. C. C,
Cor. Grant and Diamond sts., opp. new
1858. Holmes' Best. 1SS9.
Use this brand for sickness. It is perfectly
pure. "V. H. Holmes & Son,
120 Water street and 158 First avenue.
It's a Fnct-n Positive Fact
That by buying an. overcoat at Kaufmanns'
special mark-down sale to-day von will save
enough money to buy some very handsome
Christmas gifts with for the entire family.
And candelabras: over .600 patterns in china,
cut glass, etc.; the prettiest decorations for
the house or table. Beizenstein,
152, 154, 156 Federal st, AJlegheny.
Fine Gold Wntebes a Specialty,
Nice diamond jewelry, fine" silverware,
bronzes and onyx clocks, at Hauch's Jewelry
Store, No. 295 Filth avenue. Come and see
our prices; it will pay you.
Cloth, plush and fur shoulder , capes in
endless variety, very .greatly reduced la
prices, i Kuocset SACKS.
ffwreoM .Z . '.' -IT'
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A. TOUfiff STRUGGLE.
The Feds Start, on a Very Desperate
HEGELMAfl IS IN THE. LEAD.
A Disgracefal Sow at the Bmith-Slayiu
TIE AUSTRALIAN E0BBED IN DATLIGHT.
Ha Easily Defeating Knjllshnan, But the Toughs
The local 72-hour pedestrian contest
started yesterday. It was alively affair, and
the record for 12 hours was nearly reached
on a small track. The Smith-Slavin battle
was a.disgraceful afialr. The Australian was
the better man, but blackguards prevented
The local 72-honrs goas-you-please pedestri
an contest started yesterday in tbe London
Theater, and depend upon .It, the. first day's
racing indicates a bitter contest As was stated
in yesterday's Dispatoh, party feeling among
some of tbe pedestrians Is very bitter, and dur
ing yesterday's racing two or three ot the par
ties openly proved the truth of the statement
by causing quite a lively time on the track.
Hegelman, Golden and Herty all became prin
cipals in a scene that would ordinarily be called
a "scrap." Hegelman and Goldenbad a mis
understanding and the former struck at Golden,
and the Saratoga man responded. with effect
Then Herty knocked Golden down and tTpere
was a general sensation. However, matters
were soon brought to a normal state, but Sammy
Day and Noremac In the meantime bad gained
a few laps. The little scene was all caused by
a silent misunderstanding relating to Golden's
attendant standing on the track. At most it
was only a little burst of rivalry feeling.
LABOE ATTENDANCE Alii DAT.
The attendance at the race was large all day
and the racing first-class. Although the track
is a hard one to run on the time made was re
markable. A runner must go around the
track 30 times before a mile is covered, and yet
in the first hour Hegelman and Herty each had
nine miles to their credit The starters were:
Herty. Hegelman, Connors, Noremac, Golden,
Day, Gamble, Splcer, Siebert, Adams, Smith
and Gllck. After covering 12 miles Gamble
dropped out The pape was too warm, in fact
It was hot Manager Davis started the con
tcstants on their journey and Hegelman and
Herty started off at a lively clip. They led the
balance a merry dance for the next two or
three hours. Hegelman insisted on tatdog
first place and spurted gamely until he left
Herty a few laps behind. Connors, Bfilcer,
Golden, Day and Noremac kept the leaders
company for a few hours, but Hegelman grad
ually forged ahead, with Herty, Splcer and
Golden in close attendance. It was only the
first day, yet the leelings of the spectators
were extremely excited at times. Herty and
Hegelman made some remarkable spurts, and
little Connors was always close behind. He
was shadowed bv Splcer, whom some people
deem a "dark horse."
However, as the day wore on, Hegelman left
Herty behind and Connors took second place,
and mnch to the surprise of the talent Golden
took third place and was running well. Of
course, all the contestants were cheered now
and again, and much interest was shown in
such old and familiar runners as Herty.Golden,
Noremac, Hegelman and Day.
GOLDEN LOOMED UP.
After supper Pete Golden began to let the
people know that be. was on the track. He put
on a tremendous burst of speed, and "kept It up
until be took first place. This was, indeed, a sur
prise. The spectators were even more surprised
when in the heat of the race. Hegelman fainted.
His friends soon had bim in charge. After the
lapse of a few minutes and a drink ot brandy
Hegelman resumed his journey, but until the
finish of the day he displayed a little weariness
and was extremely pale.
Toward midnight Connors began to pick a
quarrel with Golden, and Manager Davis had
to run round the track a few times to give
Connors to understand that respectability was
demanded in tbat building. The truth was
Golden was making matters extremely warm
for Hegelman and everybody In the race.
Amid the banter of Connors he said;
"Yon doubt me."
Golden bad even great difficulty in finding an
attendant so small did his chance of "getting
into money" appear to-be. He is a-game fel
low, and when be pressbd the leaders the
question of nationality was sprung; Jovial
Sam Day, to try and pour oil on tbe troubled
waters, stopped and made the following re
marks to the crowded house:
SAM DAY'S SPEECH. ,
"Ladies and gentlemen, there's a little fuss
going on somewhere and I want the band to
play the 'Star 8pangled Banner,' and tbe man
who does not run while its b$iuc played will be
The band played, and harmony was some
what restored. Tbe racevbowever, has started
amid bitter feelings, and It will be well for the
contestants to try and kill their anger. On tbe
track is no place to show it Rivalry, doubt-,
less, is high, and the contest will be won by the
best man, because every contestant will be
given a fair show. Day went nearly three
miles ahead of Noremac, and began singing
"Oh, my little darling, I love you."
He meant Noremac, but .the gritty little
Scotchman said: "There's a day or two ahead
o' us yet me lad."
So tbe race went on until midnight, when tbe
contestants went to their rooms wearied and
exhausted, every one ot them. Herty was
looking very tired, and so were Hegelman and
Golden. The record of the leaders shows that
the race was desperate, considering the track
was 30 laps to the mile. Following was the
score at midnieht:
Daniel J. Herty 74 is
Peter Herelman ." .'. 78 18
George 1). Noremac 69 4
Peter Golden 78 14
Sain Day 71 22
Georjce Connors 78 7
John Splcer..... 74 13
Charley Smith 67 0
J. O. Adams ......, 32 0
Andy Seibert ,. S7 2
Harry Uamble 12 14
John Gllck 69 13
Tbe freshest man, or rather boy, on tbe track
at midnight was young Smith, the little En
glish blonde, who was as cheerful and lively as
a cricket Golden was walkinc stiffly, but in a
very determined manner. Day was working
hard and Noremac was taking things easily.
Hegelman looked faint and weak, and Con
nors, who seemed in very good condition, was
walking directly behind him, encouraging him
to keep up. Herty announced that he would
just as soon walk all night as not
The best American record for 12 hours is 78
miles 1,280 yards, made by JohnDobler at Buf
falo in August 1S80. Hegelman made yester
day 78 miles 878 yards, or within 400 yards of
the American record. Considering tbe size of
tbe track it is undonotedly the fastest time
ever made in this country.
A' DISG1U0EF1JL AFFA1B.
Smith and Hla Gnna" of East London Toughs
Nearly Kill Slnvln The Australian
Whips the Englishman Easily,
But It Is n Draw.
1ST CABLI TO TBE DISPATCH.
London, December 23, The fight between
Fraiik P. Slavin, the white Australian cham
pion, and Jem Smith, the English champion, at
Bruges, Belgium, this morning, was the most
disgraceful affair In the annt-ls of the prize
ring.- It will result in the repudiation of Smith
by every deeent sport and should -finally dis
pose ot Baldock from the ring. Slavin was the
victim of the most atrocious foul play from the
start and althongh he bested Smith from the
commencement, the referee was afraid to call
the result anything else than a. draw. Smith
was accompanied to the place of meeting by
tbe worst gang of unhung ruffians tbat ever at
tended a prize fight which Is saying a great
deal, and there Is little doubt tbat a decision in
Slavin's favor would have resulted in wholesale
Tbe ring was pitched on an English gentle
man's grounds one mile out of Bruges, and
time was called at 8:17 a.m. Joseph Vesey was
referee. C. W. Blaklock was stakeholder.
Smith's seconds were Harper and'Baldock, the
latter ruffian being the same who seconded
Smith In the fight with Kilraln, on which occa
sion he attempted to gouge ont the tatter's
eves, a trick he attempted with Slavin to-day.
Slavin was seconded by Cosnett arid Bob Kir
by. During tbe fight Smith didn't leave his
corner, and Slsvjn was obliged to. go into the
other's corner and force the fighting. There'
suit wis that every time there was a clinch'
Smith's seconds and friends jumped on to
Slavin, and each time Jbe went down Baldock
attempted to get his fingers into tbe prostrate
In tbe first round Slavin cot in twice on
Smith on the cbet and mouth, and the round
ended with a clinch and both men went down,
when tbe Smith gang closed in, 'and Slavin
rose, bleeding from tbe mouth. In the second
round Slavin fought Smith in the latters
comer afala, and was agate kieked and mal
treated. IatAetJskd rata Maria knocked
Smith down with a terrlflo. right-baad blow.
Slavin bad the best of it in tbe fourth, fifth and
sixth rounds. At the end of the sixth Smith
was again knocked down and was bleeding
freely. His seconds jumped on Slavin ana
kicked and gouged him. Smith fought better
In the seventh, but bis friends assisted him to
the tenth, which was the fairest ronnd of all.
In the eleventh and twelfth Smith was again
knocked down, and in the thirteenth and four-,
teenth bis friends did tbe most of the fighting.
At tbe end of this round Vexcy declared:
"Slavin cannot get fair play, and I call this
fight a draw."
During the fight Slavin paid no attention to
the Smith gang; but f oucht in the earnest man
ner, though outrageously treated. Once or
twice he cried to men who spiked .and kicked
bim: "Do yon-call yourselves 'Englishmen!"
ana once be turned upon Baldock, bleeding
from the eyes, and said: "Please eive me fair
glay." There was a rumor after the fight that
lavin had been shot, but this proved to be un
founded. . , .
The Victoria and Albert, the two chief
sporting clubs ot London, are already organ,
iztng a testimonial for Slavin. as much to show
their opinion of the disgraceful conduot of the
Smith gang as In admiration of Slavin's pluck.
Public ODinion here Is generally in favor of
Slavin. Smith Is permanently disgraced. Al
though Slavin proved himself the better man
and Smith was worsted from the start Slaviu
is In mnch worse condition to-night than Smith.
Parson Davies and Peter Jackson left Lon
don for Ireland to-day, en route to America,
where Davies assures me it is his intention to
make a match with Sullivan.
HBET BI K0DQHS ONLY.
Slavin Gets Back to England and Declares
London, December 23. Slavin, the pugilist,
has arrived at Margate on bis return from the
battle with Smith. There was a good deal of
enthusiasm over him upon bis arrival, and he
made a speech, in which he said that he was a
good deal more bnrt by the roughs, who In
dulged in the ruffianly tactics common with
them, than by Smith in tbe nsht
Slavin's backer asserts tbat Smith never hit
Slavin, and that he was hurt only by the crowd,
which beat Slavin because enraged at the de
feat of Smith. Slavin is now said to be ready
to meet Sullivan or anyone and fight for the
championship of the world.
Kilraln and Vnqnelln Hatched.
ISPXCIAI, TELEOIUM TO TEX DISFATCE.1
New Obleans, December 23. Articles of
agreement were signed to-day for a glove fight
between Jake Kilraln. of Baltimore, and Felix
Vaquelin, the New Orleans heavyweight to
take place at Sportsman Park in this city Jan
uary 19. A purse of $2,000 was put up byVal
Merz, of this city, 11,600 of it to go to the win
ner. The tleht is to be under tbe Marquis of
Queensberry rules, six rounds, tbe man who Is
declared by the referee tu be in better condi
tion at the end of the six rounds to win the
Slavin Challenges Snlllvan.
London, December 21 Slavin challenges
John L. Sullivan to fight for 2.600 or $5,000 a
side and the championship in six months, the
battle to be either In America or Australia.
LATE NEWS IN BKIEP.
Though Emm Pasha is recovering from the
effects of tbe Bagomovo accident, tbe doctors
pronounce his removal unsafe at present
Yesterday's bond offerings were as follows:
Coupon 4s, $9,000: registered 4s, 150,000 at 1 27.
Coupon 4Ks 52,000 at 1 04. All the offers
Judge Daniels, of Buffalo, yesterday morn
ing sentenced Koe L. Hendrlck to one year's
imprisonment for attempted blackmail on
Judge Lewis' family.
W. J. Boche, of "Troy, N. Y who was re
ported to have drafted tbe Cronin report pub
lished Saturday, says he never saw or heard of
the document before.
Services In memory of the late millionaire,
John Crerar, were held in Central Hall, Chica
go, yesterday. Over 2,000 people were present
and Mayor Cregier occupied the chair.
The cotton compress at Ft Worth, Texas,
with ten carloads of cotton on track and some
2,000 bales on platform, were burned early Sun
day morning. The loss is abont 1150,000.
A report has reached San Francisco of an
accident in a mine at San Andreas, Calaveras
county, by which 16 men were killed and about
80 injured. No details have been received as
Secretary Tracy yesterday decided to name
the coast defense vessel, now building in Ban
Francisco, the "Monterey," in commenoration
of tbe great victory of the American forces in
It is given out in Boston that there is no
prospect that the offices of tbe general auditor
of the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fo system
will be moved to- the West, notwithstanding
reports, to that effect fromTopeka.
William J. McDonald, the St John, N. F
drue clerk charged with the murder of Mrs.
McRae, by means of poisoned candy sent
through the mail, has been found guilty of
committing the crime while insane.
A council of tbe opposition will be held in
London, before the opening of the next session
.of Parliament Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Par
nel), as chiefs of tbe two opposition parties,
will attend, and a policy will he decided on.
Charles Stevens and William Higginson, of
the ship Durham, which was partly burned at
Porta Costa, Cal, last week, were drownedtin
th a bay. while attempting to escape in a boat,
on Sunday. Both men were natives of Liver
By a caving in of earth at tbe Newport
News and Mississippi Valley Railroad depot in
Memphis, yesterday morning, Walter Bodkins
and an unknown man were killed, and John
McLaughlin seriously .injured. The men were
The full text of the North Dakota prohibi
tion law has been made public It contains 32
sections and comes into force July 1, 1890. Pen
alties of $200 to (1,000 and imprisonment' for
first offense, and imprisonment of from one to
two years for second offense are imposed.
The barn of Jury Commissioner Samuel A.
Crise, in Mt Pleasant township, Greensburg,
Pa, was entirely destroyed by fire last night
A vaiuaoie norse sou cow anu ail nis crops ana
farming utensils were destroyed. Loss S2.500;
insured for (300. The fire is believed to have
been of incendiary origin.
Herbert Ward, tbe African explorer, denies
the story that "Major Barttelot was killed by a
native because he struck a native woman.
Ward says Stanley has been deceived on many
points, and that he will probably modify some
ot his statements about Barttelot and Ward
when he learns all the facts.
The Supreme Court of the United States
yesterday granted the State of Virginia leave
to file a complaint against the State of Tennes
see In the matter of the disputed boundary line
between the two States. Subpoenas were di
rected to be issued against tbe Governor and
Attorney General of Tennessee.
The self-styled Rev. William H. Ramscaf,
who was last week convicted in tbe New York
General Sessions of an assault upon 70-year-old
John Laverty, In his Old Gentleman's Unsec-
tarlan Home, was yesterday sentenced by the
Recorder to one year's imprisonment In the
penitentiary and to J?ay $100 fine.
Several portions of human bodies, including
one head, have been found on the beach be
tween Sandy Hook and Seabright by tbe crews
of Life Saving Stations Nos. 1 and Z They
are beyond doubt parts of the bodies of tbe
crew of the bark Germanise which was
wrecked at Long Branch a short time ago.
The Greensburg mill-burning cases closed
yesterday, with tbe sentence of Baer to the
Penitentiary for eight years and two months
or burning the Chambers mill at Latrobe, and
for six years and two months for burning the
Brinkermlll at Greensburg. Richardson, of
Pittsbure, got eight years andawo months.
Tbe famous Hosford will case, of Minne
apolis, Minn., has been finally settled in favor
of the widow, Mrs. C. M. Hoslord, after a
three years' fight The property was originally
valued at $5,000,000; the testator. Judge Hos
ford's six children, contesting his bequest of
one-third of the estate to their stepmother.
Master Workman Use and Secretary
Watchom. of N. D. A. 135, K. of L., on Sunday
Issued a call fora general convention of miners
of the United States, to be beld In Columbus,
O., January 24, 189a The prime objects of the
convention are the fixing of a national scale of
coal mining wages and the amalgamation of
Word comes from Stevens county, Kan.,
that a score or more of horses were stolen Sat
urday night by a gane of men, who came up
from No Man's Land early in the week. Tbe
citizens are out in squads, and as they have
suffered much from such depredations, they
are liable to mete ont prompt punishment to
any questionable characters they may chance
to come across,
Henry Hill, aged 63 years, tbe watchman at
Lacy'n pottery, was found drowned in the Tren
ton, N. T.. canal basin, near the pottery, Sun
day, under suspicions circumstances. Corone
Abbott' says be thinks the man was murdered.
The lips were badly swollen, and the right jaw
looked as if it had been dislocated by a blow.
A pocketbook was found In his trousers' pocket
but it was open and empty. There have been
no arrests as yet
Discontent and Dlstrnst Iu Brazil.
London, December 21. Private advices from
Lisbon say that a vague feeling of uncertainty
and distrust among civilians, and much dis
content among the soldiers exists in Brazil.
' Holiday Handkerchiefs,
Silk and linen, immense stock and low
prices, at H,:J;Lyach', 4v as 440 Mar-
"yl .'as-i ,-"
SHEMR'S BABK JDEED
Still Occasions Great Excitement in
tbe Quiet Tows of Hfiles.
HOEBID JEALOUSY THE CAUSE.
Two Actors Engage 'ia- a Spirited laa'tMo
Hand Contiet on a Trais.
A GRADUATE OF THE W0BKH0USE
Arretted In Flttsonrg for as Attempt to Kill is
Niles is still attempting to account for the
terrible tragedy enacted there, ou Sunday.
It is learned that Shelar bought a razor ott
Saturday night, and had evidently planned
his bloody wort previously. A Kittanning
man proposes a big manufacturing enter
prise. Hews from neighboring towns is
ISnCUX. TELEOIULU TO -TBX'DISrATCH.1
Youngstown, December 23. The peo
ple of Niles have not yet recovered from the
shock of the terrible murder enacted
by Charles phelar in -butchering his
wife and three children and then taking his
life. To-day the modest little home which
so lately held a happy family was sur
rounded with a crowd desirous of viewing
the interior, and if possible, obtaining a clew
that would throw some light upon tbe cause
that induced.the fiendish act
Personal friends of Shelar assert that he had '
been melancholy for several weeks, but tbe
predisposing cause is unknown- He bad not
the slightest cause to be jealous or suspect bis
wife, who was a noble, woman and devoted
wife and mother. Shelar bad been keeping
bad company, and had. also lost lately very
heavily at the gaming table. It is believed be
became morbidly jealous, and this, with his
losses, made him desperate.
Tbe razor with which the deed was commit,
ted he .purchased on Saturday night for 90
cents. He placed it In his pocket, without
opening It, and remarked as be paid for it:
"This will answer for the purpose I want it"
At the same time he was sober and there was
nothing in his appearance Indicating that he
was planning the destruction of bis family.
Miss Maud Meeker, a sister of Mrs. Shelar, es
corted Nellie, the oldest child, home from an
entertainment where the little girl had been
one of tbe fairies. Mrs. Shelar came to the
door and said: "Charlie came in early to
nlghtand we have been In bed since 9 o'clock."
Miss Meeker went borne and that was the last
seen'of tbe family alive.
Coroner Hunt began an inquest which will
not be Completed until to-morrow.- Tbe funeral
of the murderer and his victims will be beld on
Wednesday. Shelar ha-i a brother. Dr. Bhelar,
residing at Stoneyville, Pa., near Pitttsburg.
A DESPERATE BURGLAB CAUGHT.
Arrest of a Workhouse. Graduate for As
saulting; an Altoona Grocer.
israelii. T3LEOEXM TO THfe S;srATCB.l
Altoona, December 23. Lieutenant Kim
mel brought from Pittsburg last night a man
giving his name as Bert Dorman, who is
cbargod with assaulting W. H. Lee, of this
city, with attempt to kill. Last month thieves
broke Into Lee's grocery store, and were sur-
Jirised by the proprietor. Lea was shot and lay
n a precarious condition for several weeks.
Dorman was arrested some time ago in Pitts-bur-;
and sent up for SO days, he beine suspected
of crookedness. In the meantime Mayor Tur
ner had been working on tbe case and bad
been led to believe from letters received from
Pittsburg that Dorman was the man wanted
for the shooting of Lee. When his term ex
pired In the workhouse he was rearrested on
tbe charge ot gambling and was brought here
last night .
At the bearing which took place this after
noon Mr. Lee positively Identified Dorman as.
the man who did the shooting, and the testi
mony was corroborated by two other witnesses.
The accused was held in tbe sum of $3,000.
Dorman seems to bave a residence In Ohio, and
this afternoon addressed a letter to his wife at
Salem, in that State.
COMISG TO PITTSBDEG.
A Wi -M ansfiictnrlns: Enterprise Proposed
fay John B. Lotf.'
rsriCIAL TXLXOBAK TO TBI DISPATCH.'!
McKeespokt, December 23. John B. Lott,
the steel wheel builder, -who bas. built a vehicle
wheel which he has Covered by four patents
and which be claims will excel all wheels in use
on vehicles of any kind, is about to form a
gigantic company with a capital of $2,000,000,
with one of four proposed plants to be located
at Pittsburg, for tbe manufacture of the Lott
steel wheel. The plants proposed are to be
located also at New York, Chicago, and San
Francisco, with tbe Western headquarters at
Chicago or Pittsburg.
Mr. Lott bas been at work at McKeesport for
several months building a dozen sets of his
wheels to be used as samples, and bas shipped
sets of them to England, Germany and Prance
within the last month, while samples have been
placed at Pittsburg and otber points in the
Two Members of a Theatrical Company
Rehearse n Lively Scene.
rSFECIAI, TXLT-OHJLM TO TUB DISPATCH.!
South Bethlehem. December 23. Two
members of the "Wanes of Sin" company cre
ated, a scene on a Lehigh Valley passenger
train this afternoon. One of them, named Al
dricb, accused another, clem Clanngton, of in
sulting his wife. Clarington called bim a liar,
and Aldricb struck him several blows with a
heavy handled umbrella. Clafington after
ward pummeiea aioticu uutu suippeu uj xaw
yer John Kline.
Tbe fight caused a great, uproar amone the
lady passeneers. State Attorney General Kirk
patrick and District Attorney Brodhead wit
nessed it, and the latter was abont to have both
men arrested, but desisted on Aldrich repre
senting that it would cause the company to dis
band. WASHINGTON OIL YENT0BES.
One New Well a Good One, Bat Others Not
ISFICML TZLXOBAU TO TBS DISFATCR.1
Washington, PA., December 23. Boyce &
Co.'s Hayes venture was this morning 15 feet in
tbe sand and showing very light Tbe Skinner
is on top of 'the sand and shut down to move
the boiler. Aiken & Gilbert's -Haggerty No. 7
got an increase in the fifth sand. She is making
80 barrels a day. The same company's Thomp
son No. 2 is a 75-barrel well inthe fifth sand.
Harrison Oil Company's Ulelend No. 7 is
filled up several hundred feet in the fourth
sand. She is no good in tbe Gordon.
More Victims of the" Conemnucb Flood.
ISPXCIAI. TXLiaiUM TO TllB DISPATCH.
Johnstotvn, December 23. One body was
found in tbe Conemaugb to-dav, that of a man.
One of the bodies found Saturday was to-day
identified as that of Mrs. Lucinda H. Roberts.
Mrs. Roberts was the first white child born In
the present limits of Johnstown, having been
born In 1807.
To Close Down for a-Week.
rsrxciAP ixtSGimf to the dispatch. I
McKeesport, December 21 The entire
plant of tbe National Tube "Works Company,
employing 5,000 persons, will close down to
morrow and will not resume until Monday,
during which time general repairs will be
News Notes From Three State.
ffriiiAK BuxEJ-xy. furnacemanat the Fair
chance furnace, aged. 28, dropped dead yes
terday morning while at work.
John M. Moust, assistant pit boss at the
Redstone Coke Works, was caught between a
wagon and a rib in a passageway yesterday
morning and crushed to death.-
TH large barn of William Walters, a farmer
nearTlffln, O.. was.burne'd with contents and
machinery Sunday night Eight valuable
horses and cattle perishe d. Loss, 6,000.,
Mobbis Fobkash, a McKeesport merchant,
and Miss Friedman, of Toungstown, were mar
ried at tbe synagogueHn the latter city Sunday
evening. Many guests were present from Pitts
burg and McKeesport "
Peteb Raymond, and. John Lewis were
drowned in New river, near Hlnton, W. Va.,
while taking s Final' boat loaded with corn
down the stream to obtain money for the
Christmas holidays. Luther Butler was in the
boat with them, but escaped.
ATGreensburg yesterday, Frank Baer; con
victed of burning the Rambaugh and Chambers
mills, was sentenced to the Riverside Feniten
ttary f-er a period M .1 -yews- aad 4 month, 6
8 years and 2 --eHt- e tke.seeesd. Wiwtam
RfewsoB,wa given 8 yearn Mk asastba,
and the sentence of Fraeois and Hetsel was
postponed until Monday,
At Canton yesterday Judge Taylor, of the
Common .fleas Court, denied a new trial for
Ira Smith, the 12-year-old boy found guilty of
manslaughter' for1 tbe shooting of Caroline
Knoffi a 14-year-old girl, on the llth of August
The defense claimed the shooting was acci
dental, but the Judge aad prosecution beld
that if accidental, it was criminal oarelestaeu
and he was equally guilty.
Wtrt off iJF1
sylvania and Wat
air, followed 6y light,
rain during the after
noon or evening ;
PrrrsBTTKQ,. December 23, VSia.
Tbe United States Signal Service offloerin
this city furnishes the following:
1-00 P. M...
in, ,.,... 40
. Hirer at J:2a P. M.. 8.1 fast, a change or 0.8 In 24
rSPXcTAI. TZUOSAHg TO THX Dt8FATCTX.t
BBOWN8V1LXTC River 5 feet 6 Inches and
falling. Weather clear. 'Thermometer 43
at7p.st , ,
Moeoantown River 5 feet and stationary.
Weather clear. Thermometer 60 at 4 p. k.
Wabbxn River 4 feet 8-10 Inches and sta
tionary. Weather clear and cood.
Movements of tbe Bis; Steamships.
Steamship. Arrived at from
LaOaseqzne New York.. Havre.
State of lndiana..aiaggow New York.
Ems .Hamburg New York.
Lydlan Monarch.London New York.
Moravia Hamburg New York.
Ems. Southampton New York.
La Normandle... .Havre New York.
Oejlert New York Hamburg.
Indian Prince ....Bremen Ualveston.
Ulrcnfleld.... Liverpool ualveston.
Tbe British steamer Missouri, Captain Gates, at
London, from Baltimore, sighted the British
steamer Norshan. Captain Williams, at Liverpool,
from Boston, and tbe British steamer Palestine,
Captain Whltway, at Liverpool, from Boston, lost
respectively Ave and SS and 117 head of cattle on
LOCAL ITEMS, LIMITED.
Incidents of a Day la Two Cities Condensed
for Ready Heading-.
An alarm of fire was sent In from box 54, in
Allegheny, shortly before 11 o'clock last night
In some manner the natural gas coming from
an escape pipe on Taggart street became ig
nited and frightened a resident of the near
vicinity, who turned in tbe alarm. Tbe en
gines responded, bnt were not put Into service.
JackFbet, who was arrested early yester
day morning on a charge of stealing $30, gome
diamonds and a gold watch from Maggie Ray
mond, has been held for a hearing before Mag
istrate MeKenna on December 27.
A jtbe occurred at the grocery store owned
by Albert Mahler, of Knoxville. The city fire
alarm was struck. Tbe fire, however, was pnt
out by the borough britrade before tbe city
men arrived. Damage 250.
Lewis Suppes was brought to jail last night
on a warrant issued by Squire Douglass, of
Boston, Pa. He is charged by Humane Agent
Jones, of McKeesport, with ageravafed assault
James Kisseoski was sued before Alder
man Doughty yesterday for the larceny of
some mining papers and a certificate of citi
zenship from Michael Llsco.
Last night the body of W. B. Chaifey, who
committed snlcide, was sent to Canada over the
Lake Erie Railroad.
H01I1NATI0NS AND CONFIRMATIONS.
A Statement of the Present Condition of
Washington, December 23. In the three
weeks ended Jast Saturday, President Harri
son sent to the Senate 1,429 messages, contain
ing tbe nominations, including army and navy
appointments, of abont 1,600 persons. When
the Senate adjourned Saturday afternoon,
there bad been made public the confirmation
ot abont 1,000 of these nominations, the great
majority of them postmasters. The Judiciary
Committee is noted for the deliberate manner
in which it considers matters ref errod to it, so
It is not surprising that only a small proportion
of judges and officers of the United States,
courts all over the country have been con
firmed. The nomination of O. W. Chapman to
be Solicitor General, of Alphonso Bart to be
Solicitor of Internal Revenue, and W. P. Hop
burn, to be Solicitor of tbe Treasury, are still
undisposed of. In fact, so far as nominations
referred to the Judiciary Committee are con
cerned, confirmations are the exception. Of
the diplomatic nominations, the following have
not been confirmed:
George Msney. Minister to Paraguay and Urns-nay:
5. a. H. Pitkin, Minister to the Argentine
BepuUlc; Clark . Carr, Minister to Denmark,
Amons the consular nominations that have
not been acted upon by the Senate are those of
Eugene Schuyler as Consul General at Cairo,
-Egypt, and of William B. Sorsby, of Missis
sippi, to bel Consul General in Ecuador. In
the customb service nominations, remaining
undisposed of, are those of Amor Smith, Jr.,
to be Surveyor at Cincinnati, and of Philip M.
Hildebrand to be Surveyor at Indianopolis.
Robert Smalls, the colored ex-Congressman
from South Carolina, nominated to be Collec
tor of Customs, is also unconfirmed. Other
Important nominations that went over until
after tbe recess are those of Messrs. Roosevelt
and Thompsoni Civil Service Commissioners:
Taylor, Railroad Commissioner; Holllday, Com
missioner of Customs; Bates, Commissioner of
Navigation; Morgan, Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, and Dorchester, (Superintendent of
AN BSPOWB KILLED.
on the Sail.
An nntrnAim mm
was struck by a shifter on
the Pennsylvania lenilroad, at Brinton station,
while walking on.tha track at 10-30 last night.
He was about SS -fears of age, medium height,
weighed about 160 pounds, and wore sandy
mustache and iort sandy hair. He was well
dressed, wearin t blackv cutaway coat and vest
of new and fine material, black striped pants
and black stiff, bat.
So one about Brinton could identify bim.
The Coroner will hold an Inquest this morning.
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Hotel Duquesne. Mr. Dafley owns one of the
two blast- furnaces on the Pacific coast. He
comes to Pittsburg about once a year, and
usually manages to get East about the holi
days. He says, the! jreathcr on the Pacific
coast is abont the same as. it is here, and al
though he came East by the Northern Pacific,
he only saw snow in a few places. It was snow
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From tbe "Medical Review-" "TJpou the
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guided sufferer applies bine pill, calomel and
other mineral poisons,.in the delusive hope of
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tives bat aggravate the disease and debilitate
the constitution. Dr. Tntthashad the courage
to ignore this killing practice of the old school.
His remedies, drawn from the vegetable king
dom, are almost miraculous in renovating the
broken down body. The letters of cured pa
tients In the DoC"tor-s possession are a tribute of
Gratitude to bis genius and skill which but fe w
can exhibit. His' Liver Pills are sent all over
the world. They can be found In every town
and hamlet In tbe United States."
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record. And the only place to-dayyou can pur
chase pure 8-year-old Export Whisky in the
two cities is from us; and wa bold the docu
ments to prove that we are correct in this
Full quarts, $1, or 6 for to.
IF TOU WANT SOMETHING
Something beneficial at this season of the
year, buy a bottle of our ":
Port, Sherry or Claret Wine,V
These are the three best sellers on our.wine
list. Theyaro selling very nicely and rapidly
just now and are giving the very best satis
faction. It is a revelation to many who have
not carefully looked Into the merits of our
Pure Domestic California Wines. We are mak
ing a specialty of these-wines. We keep a full
line of these' celebrated wines, embracing eight
varieties, all of which we are- selling in Full
quarts at 60c per bottle, or (5 per dozen, except
claret, which sells at 75c per bottle, full quarts,
or S6 per dozen. You will like them -and buy
no other when once tried.
Since the late decision of tbe Supreme Court
WE CAN NOW BEND GOODS C. O. D, as
before, but no goods will be shipped to minors
or persons of known intemperate habits. Send
for complete price list, mailed free to any ad
dress. All mall orders promptly attended to.
Jna. Fleming J Bnrr,
412 Market Street,
del3 PITTSBURG. PA.
is now admitted bv the medical anthorities to
be a deficiency or undue waste of Oxidixablo
Phoiphorus normally existing In the human
economy. The remedv consists In the admin
istration of a preparation of Phoiphorus being
at once assimilable and oxidizable. WINCHES.
TER'SHYPOPHOSPHlTESisthe only prep
aration of Phojph eras which combines these
characteristics In the highest degree. For
Consnmaiion, Brcnchllls. Coughs,' Night
Sweets, and Nervous DUssist, it is nnequaled.
Recommended by Physicians. Sold byDrug.
-pees. per nottie. sena tor uiwut.
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