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PLATTSM0UTI1 WEEKLY" HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887.
ghe mithr. umth Qjcchhj gr.iW
1 1ST O rV T 3 BBOS
Publish rs & Proprietors.
CHEV NC TOBACCO.
A Cad Amer an Habit FastDocom
r -. Obsolete.
:k Omiin'ri Ul A1 v.-rtisiT.
. DickiiH was fust in
.is nothing that hccuicI
. of ritlicule na the way
tolmcco. He m:vt r yut
the changes upon this
ho had iit-vt-r l" in
new nothing of English
. e hiinp(sel that AnuT-
ily people in the world
I'lom tin? Nrv.
to him bo ivnr
tired f lini
icann were tin
who chewed t
' are n- lmi'r
icco. 1 lines cnanye arid
'nnge w ith th in. We
ition of lol.acco chew-
crs. That m.-o.-n-r of using the weed is
gradually pas.-ii ( away. Tin; liil.it wiil
h: as rare in a I w years as sr.ull taking
"Within the n. ' ii.
it Used tit le u 1
pul'lie lat; lii :
dean with a.!:
chewcr not to '
There UM-d to !
in those adnn-.n.
to the had hah!'.- of some people. "("lit
lemeu will, and others must, use the spit
toons." with tl. "lnust" in all the finphe-
-irvation shows tlsis.
n-y of very young men
. ssary to ilecoratt; every
was denied o lie kept
mi' ions to the tobacco
. p..c ti;r..te on th ; lino:.
,i spuiidid opportunity
;ns tor caustic n lYn n cs
sis of six line 1
cud. "If yoi.
taught you th::
on the (lour, a."
show you the
the elaborate t'
the gorgeous ::
-rs. was a common leg-
early training has not
'l is had m inness to spit
lilieer of the boat will
of tlie spittoon." was
. that once ornamented
! in of a Mississippi river
steamboat. Ii- f phintivc appeals of
the same gene! a. tenor were as frequent
to he seen as the. warnings ahout smok
ing on the elev: v-d platforms now.
Hut in spite o' warnings and exhorta
tion tin; h id pi itlice went on. Perhaps
the corridors of the natioual Capitol at
Washington were ahout as bad in that
respect as any i 1 ;ee in the country. Cit
izens who were showing off the wonders
of the place to foreign guests used to
hurry through that portion of their excur
sion as fast as th. y could. Their haste,
however, did not enable them to escape
"from many a s.. imefaccd apology for a
practise that, io : n-eign eyes, was abso
lutely disgusting. For, although we
were not the i n-.' nation in the world.
y any means. ;.;ch chewed tobacco we
were only ones i t permitted evidences
c'f the habit to seen in every public
ver that now, however,
i recognizes the great
ing place in what may
i or new sense, the pub
rage tobacconist, whose
iy among sailors and
1 you he does not sell
lie.ving tobacco as he
, stud not one- third as
enty years ngo. Very
guc-.s why it is; but
e fact. I asked one
day. lie said:
l; e to a variety of
great deal more ap
East than in the South
-. "-uin"" on all over the
country- One ti ng is undoubtedly the
strength of nv ' opinion that it is an
uncleanly habit. It is hard for a man
who cliews to kc'-;- evidences of it from
his clothes. That fact makes it mcvwa
change that '-
be called in u !"
lie taste. Any '
trade is not c':. 1
truckmen, will '
one half as mu ".
did ten years, i'.
nntch as he did :
St:v are unable
he can't deny
about it the olne.
causes. It is ;
parent here in t'.i
and West, but ii
ble that the ha'
uld iro down lie fori
the increasing all- :ition to dress, that is
:a feature of mod n life. Then a great
many mined ai .' well-intentioned per
sons have waged v. ar against it for years.
It was inevitable that sonm effect should
follow their cms . 'e.
"But the pv. "'pal causes are ligln
'here. There is ; : na' deal more dyspe;
sia and stomach t onMe in the countn
now than then- v.s. d 'o be. And no per
St "n can chew tol- :oro who has a weal
stm nach. Jane 'arton says in his fam
ous p imphlet ag;.: :st rum and tobucc.
that tin" stomach will hold out longer
deal to i.ut a n 1 '"
Ue has done a great
to the h.ibit of chew
iTO'.vtlt of the c!garett(
" - .1- c -itrv is, as th?v sav ot
practice in tins . v,...n,?
i doui'led inanv times
western town. h.
, , , H'n years. About
over in tho 1 it :. 1
c ... - l.n "'s who are grow
seven out of cv en jo,
ing up now Miioedcgarct.tts :l il W 5'0;l,
n " ii r, tobacco m
lie not only has v.j ta.-rte tor
., r. i . i, , i,. , "onstitu-
any other torm. le t n Jia no
tion left to stand chewing tobacc..'7-
ia fiiririiK liii'.v 1 '--. take to ci'-areti -
I believe it is very largely cn account o.
the fuss that is u.adu about them. It
has got to be Hi- i.um'iioii opinion that
cigarette smoking 3-; tin; most injurious
practice known. That is jut why boys
adopt it. It r,ir,:..s tin in a:i object of
awful interest t; ther boys and to girls.
It is soothing t a. boy's foolish pride
to know that ie; ! have marked him
out as one wli
ful temerity tc ( . i v des' ri'.' tion
tr that i t'.ie c;n- of it or not, it is per
fectly rertnn ths .nor:- nnd more ciuar
Htes are u;-. . v- -y y nr and :m l
less chi-wsng t;! ;;:'-:..
In the old days ' bt fo the wiih," when
ru.-l.jng with flight
now. Wi '
there is sc.m
in the hal
m in from
men in W.
that he dh
conn s froi
ford has b'
In a recent :
York, he a
j)i-eaehcd a '-re
take h art.
bacco ch('V. i r i
p: i i'S hin.: : .
are popuhi: '.
however, t!. ;
iiouth to j
prived of t .
sirable am1 '.
to be chewi i i
co, and wa. :
When it ;: :
chewing p:-.- ' '.
now no rea. .
chewcr in i
since he h:. 1 '
and a good : vi;
(pairing chei. i-1
is worse tha.
for ch -. . I . - "
then dressed v .
Apropcs c. . :
of water trai: '.
souri and ot'-.-:
ncnt, 3Ir. A.. '.
cured a pati. 1
proveinc-nt - .
is claimed t",
ble f-.r eitln
tion can be c
ture of the i
justablo keel ;.
while giving !
for inland w
draught suit J
A joint st'.
of .),000,00r ;
zens of this
vessels has L -that
Europe on h .
ton and sug; ..
Mississippi t .
of the goods ':
up the Misscu . .
where she w i1
disc in bulk. ;
sel will be ab"-.-ipring,
and ;. T
it will inaug'-.;.
trallic not on',
ticts show tl.
000,000 of wi ;
senls but 20 (
nearly three- .
ted to the aln.;-i-ople
interests and t'
uavigable inl :
railroads to c:.'
portation as to
"f": 1 i ! ion f j'- the whole
i' - . ry stateti'nn used to
r. vs in eongre.'-s are rare
r-eeptiou of Speaker
jid I'liileitts Hawyer,
a '! k:i'iwi man m
i" '.. w who l.s confirmed
v, ii: ii IJtiford, tiie gcntle-
1 - who H-jf.h.cd i n the
i. ui ih' "lled-headed
'..ekies," and who could
il'-.n any !her three
in:,, was in congress, he
hi' .-i.uitly. It is said
: '(! ( tlit; praetico even
An astonishing rejort
ai'" that even .Mr. IJel
etiu d.t iiy the wave of
;i has abjured the weed.
to a friend in New
-i find for six weeks lie
isaif w'dh arrow-root and
!" have for years
m- : list the tobacco
; '. ;.!, u this case and
.'i -li an inv, "crate to
.tiiri s when ii" first de-
ai-aj- -turned weed
i lo In- iiinething
ii ivi rs .--.ty they are
e will :l;;d a clear
Tie -y all agree,
voinet hi:i'' in the
jumping ;ins, de--,
i '. raiuili.c r, is de
an. To supply this
a !h:' of stuff
v niueii like tohac
Ud '. S'.!p)l v its place in
.- ";:ih( ut injurious effects,
a tli. cneu-.ii s of the
. de.-Iaied that there was
v.-hy tiie most coniirined
u :ld should not stoj),
h.-re tin long-looked-fo.-i'his
;.y persons acted upon the
lit was found by an
. ':;; day that the rem
. i'ioase. The substitute
' ? of pome
- i.i iu,i...l.,1 and
a. tincture of opium.
. ; :V. flrivicfi iion.
.t!..;tatu.m ;1 Use revival
v: the Mississippi, Mis
,Tc:d n ver of the conti
.' has just sc
: and nvel im-
. . - els, by which it
--.- -i-d .Ued ve?-s..-ls suita-
.. oi Inland naviga
T. :ef fea.
.-.isis.l of an ad
(t. : '3 liull, which,
: ' ;. iighf draught
r.;;ji;e, alo a deep
ir:".::y witli a capital
iganlzen in St.
. ' :;.-li'.err; arc chiefly citi-li".-
aJ Mexico, and ar
N . , ...... tiuction of the
. -..;.('-. it is announced
.-wli! as soon ns con
, - -itl.-.i'tJC coast sail to
:'- " trip, leaded withcot
v1. will there reload with
-.; .i' r.ri'I sailing up the
. . ;,niis, leave portion
hat )oi t and thence sail
ii i.r as fiir as Omaha
." "r' er foreign ;tierchan
! Is claimed that die yes
to make tiie first trip next
- i a)!!!'-. nt ly predicted that
a ""volution in the
- : " country but cf the
i.; present tim i statis-....:-.'
;: hd tratlie of the
;.-.'! lo be $920,
Vnltetl States repre
1 T-ilsj-.-u-i vallr-ys only
. 'sm.:-:-. tln;y produce
- -. . th" products of the
i - -::;ty is solely attribu
i .. I r.al r.eglct t of the
,.; am. -r.t to t;:aritime
proYcmcnt of the
ii - at-'is, which permits
. so 1-rgely for traus
U'l; rc-mpeiiii.n with
d impossible. Omaha
The Internr. -:
Year after y:-u
congress nn - 's.
bringing tog' ...
lection of r. ;
collated stati :'.
through the v
ciations rcpr . :
-nough to pr v .
;U) '1 though i ;--
most oH),icK :
the future. v - :
congress at '" '
est ing addrt::
President 11 '.
succinct acc ;i. . -.
sought by th- ' !
some of tlie.;i"."n
' far i s this mi l ::
iries are cur..i:v
in the county jails has proved most em
harassing to the reformers. It may,
indeed, be said that the penal question
and the educational question are affected
by kindred obstacles. In all endeavors
to improve our higher education, and to
raise the tttandard of our colleges to the
university grade, we are hindered by the
prevailing inferiority of the primary
school courses. In like manner all at
tempts to make the penitentiaries places
of reform and probation are interfered
with by the defective methods which
make the county jails training schools
In a well ordered penal system no
places of confinement would be left out
of the plan. Discipline and regulation
would begin at the county jail
and proceed through all inter
mediate stages to the state prison. So
only is it possible fairly to test the doc
trines of penologists. So only is it pos
sible to make pi nal confinement reform
atory. Under the existing loose and un
systematic arrangements most county
jails r main little b ttcr than the com
mon prisons of half a century ago.
Some of them, and these too often in
the largest cities, are simply boarding
houses for criminals, where all but those;
charged with capital offences can associ
ate freely together, exchange confidences
and enlarge their ciiminal knowledge.
In many cases there is not eyeu care tak
en to scperate the young law-breekers
from the mature, and in far too many so
called Houses of Correction an unintelli
gent sevire discipline contrasts with a
freedom of associations productive of
the mo: t depraving effects. One conse
quence of this want of system and har
mony is that by the lime a criminal
leaches the penitentiary he is generally
so hardened and habituated to the crim
inal life as to ba very didlcult of treat
ment. In not a few cases he is, in fact,
irreclaimable, aud thus tiie mo&t puzzling
problem encountered by reformers.
Bat the state of the county jails is not
h only hindrance to reform. A more
serh.i.s one (because it cannot be cured
by legislation) is the position held by-
society toward the discharged convict.
This position is one of inveterate distrust
and antipathy, and despite all argument
and appeal it does not appear to undergo
any modification. Of course such an at
titude neutralizes the efforts of refonn-
rs, for it is of little use to fit crim
inals for honest living, to give
them a handicraft, to incline
them to uprightness, if the moment they
are free they arc made to realize that so
ciety has not hardened and never will
pardon them; that wherever they go they
must drag their disgrace nnd forever be
iable to ruinous exposure; that men of
their own class will be the first to de
mand their discharge; and that those who
most condemn their past faults will so
act as to drive them back to criminal
ys. This is the most terrible hin
drance to reform, and it is so formidable
and so intractiblo that sometimes it
compels a doubt us to the useful
ncss of all the philanthropic labor
so nobly bestoyed upon prison reform.
erh aps an active propaganda is needed
to stir up public thought, to make the
people as a whole realize and reflect upon
the cruelty of the prevailing attitude
toward discharged prisoners. But until
some change can be wrought in the situ
ation at this point, the work of penal
reform must continue to be exceedingly
nborious and disappo:ntly slow, even if
or when a more comprehensive disciplin
ary method is applied to all prisons.
Xev York Tribune.
it. Pricon Congress
::ud the result is the
of an ttncqual'ed col
;. i-.hu facts, carefully
l thoroughly studied
.-'h1 rdrcfdy effected
-rlon reform asso
these pic tings is
"f tho work,
)::, ;l y experience
: -:. -v atisin are the
' " : ; : in ti"- way of
'-: r the better
; justify hope for
e :v.' ..ting at tl!.? prison
vf.-ttrday ;;n inter
val 1 .-d vcred iy ex
i i-cp. in it Ii- gave a
.-' ifi. v!'iias reforms
m" c iiud pointed out
-. ;n the v.v.v. So
mwt ether coun
-.1, the la - k of system
Chicago III., Sept, 12, 1887. To the
Editor: Will the Daily News kindly
define a mugwump and oblige,
Answeu A mugwump is a republican
with a conscience. Chicago News.
Oh, no. A mugwump is an ex-repub
lican who kicked out of the traces be cause
his sriant intellect is so far-reaching as to
make him ambitious to own, traverse
and spread himself over this broad uni
verse as the gilded-god of pure politics.
Fisherman. It seems strange that a
man should not honor his profession with
his influence. Grover C. is a fisherman.
but he lias almost ignored the calls from
his professional brethren.
P. M. You are mistaken sir. Sir.
Cleveland fishes in the water only as a
pastime; his profession is for another
office; he lias honored the call of nearly
80,000 of us fellows.
"WTion Bmbr wag tick, wo pvs her CutorU,
When she wm ft Child, ahe cried for Castori
W ben she became Misa, ahe clang to Outoria,
ben aha ha Children, she gare them Castorio,
Drunkonneorlha Liquor Habit Posi
tively Cured by Administering
Dr. Haines' Golden
It can Ixj given in a cup of cofloc or
tea without the knowledge of tho person
taking it; is absolutely harmless and will
effect a permanent and speedy cure,
whether the patient is a moderate drink
er or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
drunkards have been made temperate
men who have taken Golden Specific in
their coffee without their knowledge, and
to-day believe they quit drinking of their
own free will. IT NEVEIi FAILS. The
system once impregnated with the Speci
fic it becomes an utter impossibility for
the lhiuor appetite to exist. For full
particulars, address GOLDEX SPECIFIC
CO., IS.) Hare st.. Cincinnati, O. 3:l-ly
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Choicest Brands of Oi.
Flcr do PcpperbercoT and 'Eu?c
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always in stock. Nov. 20, 1SS5.
H U H E K S !; ii
THE OLD RELIABLE.
I A. WATERMAN k
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in
Shingles, Lath, Sash,
Can supjdy e cry demand of the trade
Call and get terms. Fourth street
In Ib ar of Opera House.
ROBERT . DONNELLY'
I . L. "
III. A n If 2
Wagon, fiwjtjy, jfochinc ami J'h.r,
pairing, and gewirul jolfihis;
B1-. now prepared to Co .-.11 ki'j.ts r r-jiain.
of farm and other nmniiiuery, ti.,nv
a good lathe in my sii.-j..
The old Reliable Wason Ma k .-
has taken coarse ot tao w.ir.ou ui
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WO UK MAN.
Now WerouH .nl IlisjtjrJe u.-.i-Oritur
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Abdominal Belt and a pair of JM;inetie Foot
Batteries have no superior in tlie relief and cmv
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For lame back, weakness of the spine, falling
of the womb, leucorrlnea. chronic iut!an:n::it ion
and ulceration of the womb, incidental hemor
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six months trial they can b- returned and mon
ey refunded. In ordering, sen i measure of waif t
nnd size of shoe.
Trtev are worn over th- underdo: hing. They
hold tlieir power forever.
Send Ptmnrt for the " New Peparture in Med
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Write us fail particulars as regards your dit'ii
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and return to us and we
will send you free some
thing of great value aud
importance to you. that
will start you in busines
which will brine vou more
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world. Anyone can do the work ard live at
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Those who are ambitious and enterprising will
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We are now i;re
English Spavin Liniment removes all
Hard, Soft, or Calloused Lumps and
blemishes from, horses, Blood Spavin,
Tiered to furnish all classes with employment
at home, the whole of the time, or for their
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itable. Peisons of either sex easily earn from
50 cents to S5.00 per evening, and a proportion
al sum hv devotun' all their time to tlie busi
ness, nos and efrls earn nearlv as much as
men. mat an wno see tips nny send ineir
address and test the business, w make th'
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Faroes M BMsmillis' Tools.
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tol S.JdTemj7iSt..Ciicacf vt-
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VI BUJld to c s lor poaliigc to US.
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Bynvita Cf-iih B!"-k::; tho- i-iL'li trial. They cured
niylitt!e '" j : a U.) ,n,tii. My wife and
mother-in-law were troubled with coughs of lona
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LUeni bo the- ctu UtJJi "as only women do."
LTMA, O., Jin. 25, 1SS7. The Synvita Worm Blocks
acted like a charm in tipellinir worms from my lit
tle child. Tins cliilil is now well ana hearty, loatead
Of puny and &ickl as bc-lure.
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The Great Diarrha-a aaJ Hyscntery Checker.
Pelpiios, O - J:i! 7t;j, 'W. Our six-months old
Child had a nvore :-.Uack oi ulraer Complaint.
Physicinr. coul'1 d i j;. ; liini,'. In uespair we tried
Pynvita pir.ckhorry ii.'K;ks recommended by a
friend and a f.' discs effected v complete cure.
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patent packuw.. Dosvs ' Cents. War
ranted to cure or nionev I'-iundcd. Ask your drujf
giat. If you iml to get them send price to
THE SYNViTA CO., Delphos, Ohio,
A-': - Ki-TIi T3i-". 1ISTPAID.
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ASK YOUR GROCE7? FOR THEMI
wine of mom.
For IJcbHltT. IvaDen.Io.
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p tion of Hie Illootl, loa. ofAn-
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Stifles, Sprains, j Atthegrcatst.I(rouFair.i5S3.headedbyFORTUKE
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0 cn. i e , ,., ttt Vi'ilton. GROVE 4th 13,7.3. by Tho Grove Crd.
bave $o0 by use or one botuc. war- dewsburt 2nd ls.orr. by Doiiey, hair brother to
ranted by Fricke & Co. druggists, Halts- "fTklV'
ruou 1 . 34-1 yr ) - - M1-. Clonyt Anderwra CciKnasn.
elite, Dernnurrafiit of the
tion f the JlfHrt, Cold Feet,
Ivtrr, Nervouaneaa, I'ulnltu
Nnmbneu, Fi'mule Vak
'IM, antl tn i'pr-t all dlaorder.
r i . I : X from n Lkw Htate of
thR hlood, and a llliordered
(ondltloa or tbe liliieatlve
lie e:reot on tbe human system la
Br exritins tbe Ftomach to perfect
oipstion oi looo. it enncnes anq
strcntrt'iens the blood, giving tone
am r to tlie wnole system, the
m ii w of hca'.lli, elastic steps, and ,
bao niit Fpiriu, irm ample evl. !
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THE superiority of Corallne trttT fio, i
I or whalebone baa mow been der
I onstrated by over six years eipef
" lenco- It Is more durable, mor
pliable, more comfortable, and NEVEi
Tbe Immense Bale of toeae Corsota t3
now over 7000 dally.
Beware of worthless Imitations bonofj
with various kinds of cord.
None are genuine unless "Dr. War
ner's Coralino" is printed on Inside 9
the steel cover.
r02 BALE B7 ALL LEADING MERCHANTS,
257 & 259 8UU Stmt
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Kecjis a I ull Line of
Foreign Comestic Goods.
Consult Your Interest by Giving 11 Im a OtJ
Tlfl t.t!TrT.OT.l tin .
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It i'ivi-s ih- LAKCliA&C
titi.l Sentlmerl tl tiny
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tlx Ksowii fluletcl rilrit
lion wmii Clovt, Parxitl,
Handkerchief ajrn. It
im i in- motl cempleli work
of tl:.; kiti't -v-r pub
lished. Sfcinl Kifteria
t'vutH in Mttuip lor
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prici' to ut.it. Agents
wiinl. il tvrrrwlurf . Art.
IMCRICAH PUB. CO.. 17 MoMli Ycttlk tlretl. FhlUd'a. Pf,
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"STonrs. Scol for
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Bag attained a ntandard of excellence which
admits of no superior.
It contain 9 every improvement that tavenUv
genius, alcill and money can produce.
! Ool irine-rVir.Lt.il Hloort and I.lTpr
- -j l'!li. They crrt do more than other
uperlor. Af. your Dniirmt I' rHeelroth Swed
lsh Wineof Irt.n iyrci ii p r B-'tt!e; fix bottles, 16),
nd Hens. lrTh- Ulroxi an'l I.iver PU1 Cc per
box: Bva bi.-'.es, "'ia tl i
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tnne, quality of tone, quick renpoiiBC, variety of com
bination, artistic design, beauty in flniah, perfect
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