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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., OKEGON, SATURDAY, MAY 5. 1888.
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Children's Clothing. Furnishing Goods,
mens juacues ana unuarens onoes
Straw and Felt Hats, Crockery
and Glassware, Groceries,
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cuiiLiiiii uiuiT Him vunc I'Timr
uwlliuii uuui miu uiiul oiunu,
1 will hcII for tlio next ,'10 days ut ii
t of 10 per ent. for Gaslil
IIKI'OKT THAT HI.AINlt WIM. HVS.
A IVholn Family Hum li llmtli In u lUrn
InXebraaku Tlio Cimcndo Tunnel CunH
plutud, mid Trillin to ltuu 'i lirotiRli by
June Ut-Trouliln with ii NccroMoliln
Aliilininit-ltiilit In Culir.rnl.i I lie Km
eror llcttur Othor Kit.tein ulxl I'onit
HI.VKX I'KltSONH HUJt.NTO llKATH. t
A Hols Fnnilly Myntrrl uly l'erldi In I
llnrnliic It ii II tl I tic
Aiiu.soto.v, Nr.ii., aiuy o. A burn 01:
till) furtll of 11 widow tmniPil Kriwilin. Ill'
iiitf nuur liuro, Ijurnud thlx luornliiv,'. .J,
Iiohmo oi iiiun wem oni io iiio ft'cno ol tnu
lire, ami woro liorrllicd to iliwuvor thu
cliarrctl ruiiminH of hovcu liiinmii holtiKH,
who wcru ruconiiizotl uh iiiuiiiliurri of tliu
lioiiHoliold living on tliu farm wliuiu tlio
burn wan Hltuuted. Unu theory is Unit
thoy woro tlio victims ol foul t'lluv: mi
other irt that thoy wont Id tlio barn aftor
diHcovuriiiK tlio tiro to huvo anlimilH, ami
wcro ail MiKiduniy Hiillocutod.
OUIMi: IN AT.AIIAMA.
Coullkt llrtwrvu u Micrin l'cjuio ud
a Ni'cro Slob.
MosTdoMniiv. Ai.a.. Muv 0. A bad
condition of atmiiH oxixtH In Lowndes
comity, growing out of tlio rccont lynch-
mi! (it a ncuro miirduior hv a wlilto mou.
Tlio tii'KtooM for Homo time iuxt havo
been throateiiln veiigeanco, and to-duy
thu Hhcrliruml a jiofHo arrcHted llftcun of
them. On tlio way to lull tlio iiohbo
uiicotintored a mob of armed negrooH. and
a eonllitt followed, in which two whiten
woro wounded and poveral nuurouH k il ed.
More trouble In feared, and troops have'
dooii Kent to tliu kcuiiu.
lll.AINi: A CAN1UDATK.
Tim l'lilliidrlililit Tliiifn UlHliim that Ho
llm Itoconaldornil Ills Drrllnntloiti
riui.ADKi.i'iiiA. May 5. Tliu Timet) thin
niornlnir elainm to havo reliablo inforinu-
tion that Uliilno him yielded to thu pow
erful jirenHiiro of hit frlondn,, and given
his coiiHont to an apcHslvo mnvoiiiont
in favor of his ro-nomliiatijii, and that if
hard work unu uluntv of onthiiHluHin will
accoinnllHli anything ho will bo tlio He-
Vhurcr Atfulmt mi Alii.kn Conil'uny.
AVahiiishton, U. C;,3lay 4. Tlio Sec
retary of thu Interior to-day transmitted
to the IIoiiho a report of (iovornor Swine.
ford, of Aliinku, upon oporatimm of thu
Al.iRku Fur Company, in which ho alleges
that tlio company has grossly abiiHed tlio
ii.itivtiH ami iittacheM an alllduvit to huh-
tain thu charges, lie concludes with a
quotation from his l,it annual ropoit that
it would bo lA.ttor to allow ovory fur
seal to Ihi exterminated than to continue
ho blighting a monopoly.
Simon llitinliiirK ('ouilcted,
Ban Kiiam'ihi'o. May ft, Tlio case of
Nimnn Iliiinlairg, charged with swindling
an Oregon armor named l'arkor, wan
llnUht'd to-day. I'iliiier, ono of thu
p.ittnorH in tlio Nwimlling Hcheino, iiiado
a conioHHion. I lie Jury returned a vor
diet of guilty in twenty minutes after
thoy woro wilt out.
Not it ('uiidldnto.
l'iiii.Aiii:i.i'iit. l'v.. May (Jonoral
Mtistor Workiiiuii Powdorly has written a
lotter, which foiifliiderti "I tukotlim oi
nortiinitv to sav that I am not a canili
date for anylliing. I don't favor ruiiniiig
Knights of Labor Into a party, and will
havo nothing to do witti patties."
Sliijor OnK-' Will.
l'ouri.Asn, Jlay A. Tho will of tlio Into
Mayor times was nicil lor pronatu to-day.
last night, wrecking tlio eniner and hov
cral ears, but no ono was seriously hurt.
Ilk- I'lrn nt Snn DIcro.
San Dikgo, Oai,., May ft. Klro hroko
out hero early this morning, ami de
stroyed tlio old market building, and u
largo hardware store. Tho loss is lu0
Auianv, On., Mayo. Tho two-year-old
child of h. Diindeiwood drank ii.Hinall
quantity of concentrated lyo yestotday,
and tiled In a short time.
Tim Cum nd- Tunnel Coiiipletril.
St. Pai l, May o. Tho CaHcadoTuniiol
ww iipened yestnnlav. Trains will l:o
running through by Juno 1st.
The IJniiioror Ilrtttr.
llnrtUN, May -i. Thu Emjieror is freo
from fu'vor ami ablo to rlso. His strength
In gradually increasing.
Optnlolia on tlin (hlnp.n Treaty Turin
IIUcumIoii In tlm Home.
. Senator Mitfhull thinks tlio now Chi
noso treaty will still havo defects which
cannot bo removed by legislation. I lu Is
of thu opinion that tho rights secured to
Chinese under treaty, as amended, 'aro
grouter than they now ikihsohh under tho
present treaty. Ho will In all probability
opium ratification of thu measure. '
Air. Morrow is of tho opinion thu coin
niitteo's uinemhiieiit will accomplish tho
object desired, and will bo stilllcientlv
strong to exclude Chinese laborers from
Tho tarlir bill wiw discussed in tho
Wilson of Minnesota donouneed tho
protective system. Ho was opposed to
tho present tarilf, because while it en
riched a few. it nrovented expansion of
our Industries, anil liecati' o it was espec
ially unjust to tliu mirlcti turn! Interest.
Thu Importunt question nrcsonted now
was. whether tho wealthv elassus shall U
allowed to lovy tribute upon tho indust
McComas of Maryland said Clovolund'8
uiossugo, and this foumllitiir now called
tlio Mills bill, hail a common purpose
Doth used tho surplus as tho fulcrum
w hero with to atmlv thu freo trade lover to
dislodgo the protective system. Every
.MUitnru at ontakio.
up, and every singlo dollar of tho ditler
euco bail gone into tho pockets of that
combination. I'mler tho oiieration of
this trust, prices hud declined unnecessa
rily and destructively. It was safe to
say that on every slecr of threo vears
oltl and upwards, raised wcHt of the
Mississippi river during tlio past live
years, tho market value had been by tills
combination reduced not less than .H)
iter head. Tho damage to the State of
Kansas alone during that period had been
more than $40,000,000, and tho wealth of
the syndicato had grown proortioitatcly.
They had a committeo heio now, having
in their pockets inonoy of tills "stock
ring," to get Congress to glvo thorn con
trol of the question of cattle quarantine.
Tliis "committee" had allies in tho rail
road managers. They had allies in the
railroads. Stop by step thoy had come
to the lltial condition where thoy actually
tlxetl thu prices of cattle. Just as if thoy
woru thu inon who raised them.
In tho House Wilson, of West Virginia,
took tho I'oor hi favor of tho Mills bill.
When it came to tleullng with our own
history, ho said, protection acted on tho
rulo of the Ohio iiolitlciun. toclaiin every
thing whatever that wu had gained, In
common with all other enlightened peo
ple, by our efforts, and those by man's
control ovor tho (lowers of nature, from
the advanco of science and of In
vention whutovcr addctl wealth had
come to us from the runitl scttlumcnt
of a groat continent, tho enter
prise and Industry of its neonlo. and Its !
, mineral and other resources all these it1
I calmly points out as Its fruits, although it 1
nan notiiiug moiu to tto wan tiiem tliau
with thu motion of tliu planets and tliu
wavos of tho sea. Hut those things, for
which it is chlelly or partly responsible,
it studiously Ignores. In arguing that
tho tariff did not regulate tho price of la-
nor, no coninisieii iiio prices pam in iiio i nim. .,i. 1....1.. MtfUliicr
. of. l ' steht bhi,lelM,,ul,i ffiute
i ?oV.v Tu ...K w iiii luSiSi 1 1 'i " 1 '--khart fell tlea.l in his tracks and .Mor
' ,S," ,iWor,h lw-,1,ir,lH ()f 11 ton and Smith drove 011 with tho load of
m" Ii n0nnfCVf t ' 1 .1 1 1 . 1 Hiy. Such is tlm bov's account of tho
Oyrua I.ockett Klllid by VVIIIIinn Mutton
In n I)Uiut oior 11 l'lnrof l.imd.
An Ontario, Malheur county, corre
ppondent of the Oiogonian, writes:
A controversy over tho posression of a
small ttaut of lautl, embracing nbdit 700
acres, known as -Morton's Island, located
hi Snake river, one milo from Ontario,
culminated in the tlcuth of Cyrus Uck
hcrt at the liuntls of Joseph Morton, ono
of the oltlust residents in thin part of thu
State. "Thu Island" does not appear to
havu liecn included in tliu survey of this
suction by the government engineers, and
Snaku river at tills point lchig the divid
ing line hetweun Otegon and Idaho Terri
tory, jurisdiction over the little tract of
land has nevor In en let ally established,
.Morton has occupied die laud many
years, hut Win. ami Cyrus Ixickharl con
cluded to jump it, which they did last
full. Had feeling ensued until, on thu
morning of May 1st, .Morton hi company
witli a man named Smith, was on thu
island getting a luatl of hay for stock feed
ing, ami Lockhart was engaged soiuo lit
tle distance oil' digging sl holes,
with his rifle laying convenient for in
stant use. As Motion was driving away
Lockhart started toward the wagon, spado
In hand, mid a moment after a shot was
llred. What passed between the two
men or what was the iiuinedlatu provoca
tion appears to ho wrapped in mystery,
thu only story elicited, being thu testi
mony of (luy Lockhart, a ten-vear-old
nepliuw of the murdered man, the only
witness examined at thu Inquest.
Thu bov tcstilled that his unclu went
toward tliu wagon, when Morton, who
was armed with a Winchester rlllo,
raised thu illlu mid shot at his undo, thu
hall striking thu wrist of thu left hand,
bickhart at thu Hist lira cried out "Don't
shoot! don't shoot!" and started to ro-
treat, when a second bullet went crashing
piercing tliu heart.
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the wagus of farm laborers woro in West
freo trader applauded both.
Jjinliam, ol loxas, said that In viow of
My Largo Stock of
Suddlt's. Whips. Ilils mul Spurs.
lilVK MH A CALL AND HU CONVINCED.
I goods nnrkoil in plain figures.
JAS. WHEEL AN.
J. VAN SOHUYVBR & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
FRONT STREET, - - - PORTLAND, OSECON.
"wviiuuii rnu in u 11 inon 1 1 J , juj, dunuilt, DnutfilliU
w. iMiiMBUKec. Wis. EAF0HT PILSNER BuTT'FO BEER. ARCA
mn orrllnu MINERAL WATER, (Waukensa
P0N5ARDIN CHAMPAGNE, (Yellow Label.)
iisou iliey aro not as iiigii as
would Im If wo had protection oil'.
uotiteiie 1 want 11 candid reply, or 1
want to havo tho gent Ionian retreat ig
nomliilously from tho quostion.
Wilson 1 can not yield for 11 scech,
but I accept the gentleman as a full ex-
tililfintlmi ll'liv ,1 111, lit tti Aftiinit lu u'rirlti
.SJwM 'Cord!) fttK:.UmlyJ.wo:HiJi:ib U4ttnJn.yqUnoi;Ucut,
oiiosllfon iorredticliig : TJIK SKW k0n land iiiMittCT.
Tlio now laud district, to Imj called
Harney district, embraces an area of
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ai nucK isiana
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e "'HV Lino. Co"ectliii; with the
tofitiintil,Luvei,wortli mid Knutai
,cBOASIII AM, l'OI.MTH KANT.
hi M-auirn 1 1
i'llace Dlntnu Vm-s!
S-?T 411 trough Eipres Traliu on
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x'nii ea jui. Ml'nu.
Notary and Corporation Seals,
FOR ONLY FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
Tho usual prica for seal made by other
purtlei, In Portland or tho Kuift, U from J&.0O
o $7,0), with ex prom charges added. It you
need ncul,iend your order lo 11., and nivo
rrom J2.CO to 13.00 (hereby.
East Oregonian Pub. Co..
mhiidtr Pendleton, Oregon.
They do happen every day, ami wlion one
happeiiM to you you will wlh that
j oil were inmri 'l In thu
TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMP'Y.
Tub Tit avk-lbiis' n-ihmrwii nre milllolmt to
pnv ut nnro tbu 1110.1 uinnou8 urn-, of
eliiliiwth tfVMi ich' rbllioitd and tiieaiu
Isiai mtIiIi-iiU cill bili.tf iili II. Pay ml
olalma, without dutviuu' 1'iiiufdUttHv iimu
riieii.t of h tir.utoi'j in hi.'-. Nuu rof-ltur
PiovuloiiH in nil IUi poiU-lni.
Ten Millioni of Aas. Two Millions
PAIDPOWYH") I I
R 'Jfiat A ) nts.
Eiut Oret?oiilun bi iM.m., t- : '. . 1
tilatu family. H 1.4 widow ami sou wcro
named as executors.
ltulu In Cullfornlu.
San Fiiancisco. May r. The rain
storm which ceased tills morning has
been genoral throughout tho Slate, and is
wortli millions ol dollars to uaiitorniu.
Thu harvest Is now sure to meet with
A Crack Cmupoittor,
Atlanta. Ua..Muv li. Charlio Thomp
son, nineteen jvars oltl, a couiositor in
tho Constitution ollico, sot 7,800 ems of
solid nonpareil in threo hours, yesterday,
and there were but three turned letters lu
A Wind thut llleir home (luiul.
SiiKitovoAN, Mich., May L Heavy
gales last night opened tho straits of
Mackinaw, and probably tho largest
grain-fleet on record passed down there
Iteportrd l'rlm I'lk'ht.
1'okti.ani). Mav 5. It is roiwted hero
that a nrlzo light between u.ivo uampnoii
tho conditions which Hiirroiiudcd Con
gross, and in view of tho intrepid stand
takou by tho President, ho could not
how any Jioiuocrat
onizo n general proKs:
' Allen, of MaHsauhusetts,soko at length
in faVor of tho protective jMjlIcy.
Cartith, of Kentucky, characterized tho
protective tariir as a most insidious en
emy. It walked in silence and under
cover, and whllo it pretended to bo giving
tlio country protection, it was in iculity
stealing its substance and destroying its
Among tlio bills retried ami placed
on the calendar in tliu Seuatu woro thu
.Senate bill granting to thu Oregon Hall
way ,t Navigation Company right of way
through thu Nuz I'erce Indian reserva
tion, and the House bill to restoiu to thu
nubile domain a pait of thu Ciutali Val
ley Indian reservation, in I'tali.
Stewart introduced a bill to execute tho
stipulations of tliu now Chinese treaty
(referred). It absolutely prohibits after
ninety tiuys from its passage, tho entry
of Chinese lalsirers, or laborers of Chi
nese descent, wherever thoy may have
lieon lxirn, excepting only such as weio,
at thu datu of tliutreaty.or shall Imj ninety
days f'tii tho passage of the act. in tlio
United Statin., who may leave tliu coun
try, ha1 1 g thu right to lutiiru lu pursu
ance of terms of tliu tieaty, ami such
other Chinnso lulwrers as may enter thu
country f . transit across the United
States, Th 1 last mentioned class aru
jiermittod to enter only at tho ports of
t;an Diego. San Francisco, Portland. I'os-
ton, Now York and Now Orleans. It is
made a misdemeanor, punishable by a
fatal ending of the nuarrcl, Morton tiller
ing no evidence in his own Mialf.
Tho coroner's jury returned a verdict
that Lockhart came to his death at tlio
hands of .Morton, ami later in thu day
Win. Ixjckhart mvoru out a warrant
charging Morton with thu murder of his
brother, who was taken in custody by
Tlm Wool Mill lint.
Vmm tho ArlliiKiniLTIiui'i. -
Now that wool is coming Into tho cit
in considerable iiuantltles tlio market I
llOirlllllllll. Ill ullOU UOIIlll uloilM flf llll). Ill
nearly 10,000,000 acres, or one-sixth of - though the price of wool Is very low. The
the entire Mate, and is U I miles east and'oiilv largo sale uiioii which we havo til
west, and 101' miles 1101 th and south. It, IUci information Is ono of a luigo lot of
contains thu well known Harney valley. 1 linuvv wool which hmimht ltii.. cents.
; following is tno iioitniiury: lommeiic
ing at Snake river in tlio State of Oregon,
1 011 tho township line ltetween townships
1 12 and 111 south of the second standard of
purallel; thence west to the noithwest
corner of tow nship 1!) south, of range - I
east of the Willamette meridian; thence
soutn to tliu soutnwesi corner ol town
shin -",) south, of range -.'1 east of the
Willamette meritliiiu ; thence due east to
the boundary lino of the Slalo of Oiegou ;
thence north of said boundary lino to tho
place of beginning.
1 lie location ol tliu olllcu Is to lie llxed
ami thu ollicurs appointed
by the l'resi-
lino ami imprisonment, for the master' of
a vessel to bring in any Chinese iaboreis
Senator Mitchell has given notice that
next Wednesday hu will call up his hill
to build a boat railroad around the dalles
ami Celilo falls, on tho Columbia river.
ltcprcsoutativo Herman has presented
to the Housu icsolutions from tho chum
1st of commerce of Astoria, ixitltiniiliig
for thu passagu of thu bill now pending
for an appropriation to defray the ex
punsos of thu revenue murine service.
not entitled to entry.
rhe railroad land grant forfeiture bill
was taken up. and aftor considerable dis
cussion of tho l'ortago Uiko canal mutter,
went over until to-morrow, and tho bill
was taken up for thu establishment of a
bureau of animal industry, and to facili
tate the export of live stock and their
THE OATN.K l'OOl, HOIIIIIIllV.
Vest said if half of that
stated in tho corrcsjiondunco was true,
tliu commissioner ol agriculture should Ihi
hurled out of olliclal life, disgraced and
lishoiiored. Hut ho (Vest) did not ls
Huvo thoi-o statements. Ho could not
support tho bill. Ho proceeded to sjioak
of what ho called tho "cattlo syndicate."
ami said tlio pcopio were helpless unit in
An Important Olllce.
From tlio Milton Kiigle,
Tho Democratic nominee for county
treasurer, ,1. II. Kohbius, should lo
elected for rovoral reasons, first among
them that he is honest and capable, a
man who, though poor through supirt
ing a largo family, is respected ami liked
by nil solid men. Unlike his opjioiicnt,
ho can hardly Iw termed "one of tho
boys," but Is a steady, solHiriind reliable
business man. Tho ollico of trcasuior is
ono of trust and not speculation. As such
Air. Kobhlus. inks it of the jsjoplo. and
tliu salary alone will bo his reward.
Can Mr. Hamilton say as uiuchY Wo
u-iiti.li u-u 1 rather think not. He has lieen cashier
which was ., ,,, ,., , ,. .. .. 1..1 1...1...1
01 iiiiim n ilium lur juuin, u iiikii n.imui:ii
and easy position. Now, it looks very
much as if tho fftOO salary as county
treasurer was n secondary consideration.
This bank very evidently w islies to got
control of Umatilla county's money il is
Ten cents is the average prio oH'ercd for
wool with an average shrinkage of (io per
Last year a good many of the buyers
sustained losses 011 account of thu shrink
ago in tho wool occasioned by a gieater
amount of dirt than usual; On this ac
count, so wo 1110 liifoiineil, wool Is being
iKiuuht on a scoured basis. That is, a
small quantity of thu average wool is
taken ami scoured by a machine made
for tliu purpose, ami the shrinkage of tho
whole lot estimated by it. This protects
thu buyer ami gives those who have light
wool a fair chance in the market. Wo
believe that this new plan will hu a ben
elit to the wool growets, and will compel
tlio buyers to iiiuku closer bids for tho
ami Kd Smith, two local pugilists took Its jiowor. Theio woro llvo men or linns
pluco to-da noar Calama. There aro no
A Nuddrii Itrnth.
I'ohthnu, Alto 4. Itotwt Henry, a
HhiM-arutwt31d btuluUmly of heart
disease whilywklng on a lwut Isjlng
built st the Uanyard.
CbArluy IyHi !
WiHiiiMir-ix, D. ('., May 4. Cluuley
Layman, for maiiv n-ars the head of the
111 im en . men u.i"i-
ttuli" 11 Min.lir
in tlio city of Chicago which legulatml
tlio pi Ice of cattlo every day hy their ma
nipulation of tlio market prices. Th so I
111011 owned tlio c.itilo raiser's property '
ami confiscated il as if they poscd
the right to laku it from his farm without
wiyluj, him mio cunt. "Talk," said ,
N'util, "uImjuI trusts, thu eutllt ool of;
Chri-ago is the must infamous t runny
that 'wr etUted in the 1'iiitml Stule-i."
1'ImiiiL agiefd with Vet. Ill bis upin-
II, I lit- UOIrt c iloMll.ill ill 111 l-lf i-IiC-
lli.it of 'lie l t .ill'! I" Ik ) ..cki .,
a "big tiling" ami the salary is no object.
Hut, says 0110, Hamilton lias resigned as
cashier oi Ilium's bank. This was nat
ural, for campaign purposes; but does it
seem possible that such resignation will
last long? Would a sensible man lesigii
111,000 or :.',()0i) iKisitioit for a itK0 one
for any length of time? We guess not.
Thu Ouneral Land Agent of the North
ern Piiititu! railroad ut Tucomu claimed to
have received the following dU.,Ucli
Wednesday floin New Ynik: "A eoiil..ii l
From tliu Walla WiillaHlateninan.
W. M, ltani'Oy. of iVinllulou, Demo
cratic candidal! for judge, and T. II.
Crawford, of I uioii, Deiuocrntlu candi
date for prosecuting attorney of tho sixth
judicial district of Oregon, are in town
to-day. Thoy havo been around getting
acquainted, ami got mixed up in several
tarlir arguments with Republicans, com
ing out victorious every liinu. Itotli utu
genial gentlemen, very popular, anil will
be elected by large majorities.
Thomas l'it.(iernld, chairman of tho
Umatilla County Democratic Central
committee, is in town. IL says the cam
paign is waxing warm over there, and the
prospects for DeniiK-ratlc success grow
brighter every day. Oearin is carrying
everything before him with his irresistible
arguments, and tlio isiople, escciully tho
farmers, aru ls-ginning to get tired of be
ing taxed to death in the name of protec
tion of Amuriciui industries. They know
their only hoe is through Democratic
siipioinacy.iiiiil will pavo tho way by giv
ing a rousing majority for both the State
and county tickets.
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'llin Pnrly for the I 'in pin.
Krtiin the Iluntnii Lmiilor.
The Democratic party has always Ix'im
a party of the imoplo Iriesi-ective of
classes, while the Itepiihlicuii party al
ways apsials to clastios. This is slunally
illustrated in the piiwunt cumpaigii in
Oiogon. Tlio Itepiibllcaiis are iii.ikiug
llieir wlioleai'isial to the wisil men. 'lhey
luuo out ull llm ntl't-r featities of thu
tariff q uost ii hi save only thu' wool U
pluood on tlm Lin- lint, 'i'lm liftj iiiillloiia
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