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United States Hails. ..
Post Office DEriBTsJE.vr,
. December 31, 1857.J .
V repeals will bw received at the Contract Office
cf tb is Department ontil 3, p. mcf Wednesday,
March 31, ISiS, for conveying the mails of tbe Unit
1 Stilts for four years commencing July 1, 1S53,
andecdin June 3l),lS52, in the Territory of Xe
tra jit a, oa the routes and by the schedules herein
Decisions to be made ty April 21. 1S5S.
(XLroause carefdlj tA4 oral end itrctio en-
14301. From Omaha City to Council Liu!, Iowa,
ai!es and back, daily.
Leave Omaha City daily at 1, p. M;
Arrire at Council Bluff same day by 3 p m ;
Leave Council Uluff daily at 4, p m;
Are r mc.V P;tTnme dT by 6.T to.
14002; From Omaha City by Nebraska City, Kear
ney City, Mount Vernon, Brownville, Neuiaha City,
and Halo, to Whitehead, 150 miles, and back, three
times a week.
Leare Omaha city Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
iay, at J, a tn;
Arrire at Whitehead 3d day by 10 pra;
Leare Whitehead Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 5, a in;
Arrire at Omaha citT 3d dat by 10 pm.
11003. From Omaha City, by Elkhorn Ciy, to
Fontanel!, 7 miles and back, three times a week.
Leare Omaha City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
4a r at 6 a m :
Arrire at Fontanelle next days by 12 ;
Leare Fontanelle Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur
day at 1 p tn:
Arrire at Omaha citv next day bv 1 Dm.
1400. From Omaha City, by lielleview, Cedar
Island, Hatfmoutb, Koclc Bluffs, Lewistown, Three
Grove, and Wyoniiuz. to Nebraska city, 120 miles
id back, three time a week.
Leare O oaha City Monday, Wednesday, and Fli
msy at 8 a m;
Arrire at Nebraska City 3J day by 6 p tn:
Leare Nebraska city Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday at cam;
' Arrire at Omaha City 3d days by 6 p tn;
UO05. From Omaha City by Elkhorn city, Bu-
aaaan, Columbus, rort Kearney, and tort Lara
aaie, to Salt Lake, 1,015 miles and back, once I
Lare Omaha City on the 15th of each month;
Arrire at alt Lake in thirty days thereafter; -lare
Salt Like on the 15th of each month ; ,
Arrire at Omaha City in thirty days thereafter.
Bids to end at Fort Laramie, omittins Fort Kear
aer Salt Lake will be considered.
14005. From Omaha City, by Florence, Ft. Cal
houn. De Soto. Cummins city, Tckamab, Dlack Bird,
and Onmdi, to Dahkota city, 110 miles and back,
three times a week.
Leare Omaha city Monday, Wednesday, end Fri
day at 5 a m;
Arrire at Dahkota city next days by 10 p m:
Leare Dahkota city Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 9 a in;
Arrire at Omaha city next days by 10 p m.
14007. FroraOmahacitr.br Elkhorn city, Fon
Water, and Fort Randall, to Fort
Pierre. 400 miles and back, twice a month.
Leare Omaha city Lit and 15th of each month at
Arrireat FL rierre on the 10th day by 10 p m;
Leare Fort Pierre on 12th and 17th of each month
at 6 am
Arrire at Omaha city on the 10th day by 10 p m;
Bid to run once a week will be considered.
14003. From Buchanan, by Fontanelle, to De Soto,
9 miles and back, once a week.
- Leare Buchanan Monday, at 8, a tn;
Arrire at De Soto next day by 6 p m;
Leare De Soto Wednesday at S a m;
Arrival! Buchanan next dav br Sum,
14009. From Fontanelle to Fremont, 15 miles and
back, once a week.
Leare Fontanelle Saturday at 7 a m;
. Arrire at Fremont by 12 m;
Leare Fremont Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrire at Fontanel!" by 7 p m.
14010. From Oregon, Missouri, by OHre Branch,
to Rulo. 25 miles and back, three times a week.
Leare Oregon Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
Arrire at Rulo by 12 m:
Leare llulo Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
Arrire at Oregon by 8 p m.
14011. From ttulo by Archer and Salem, to Marys
rilie, ia Kansas 100 milles and back, once a week.
Leare Rulo Monday at 6 a m;
Arrire at Marysrille next day by 10 p m:
Leare Marrsrille Wednesday at 8 a m;
Arrire at Kulo next day by 10 P m.
Bids to commence at Saint Stephens, to run three
times a reek are invited.
14012. Trom Bellriew, by Fairriew and Platford ;
ie Ashland, 40 miles and back, once a week.
Leare Bclleriew Friday at 6 a a;
Arrire at Ashland by 8 p m:
Leare Ashland Saturday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at lielleview by 8 p m. .
Bids to end at Platfrd will be considered.
14013. From Glenwuod. Iowa, by Cerro Gordo,
Belleriew, and Ilaileton, in Nebraska Territory, to
Fremont, 40 miles and back, three times a week.
Leare Glen wood Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 6 a m;
Arrive at Fremont by 8 pm;
Leare FremontTucsday.Tbursdayand Saturday at
Arrire at Glen wood by 8 p m.
14C14. From Oregon, M k by Forest City and Rush
Bottom, to St. Stephens, 30 miles and back, twice a
- Leare Oregon Monday and Friday at 8 a tn;
Arrire at St. Stephens same days by 6 n m;
Leare St. Stephens Tuesday and Saturday at 8
Arrire at Oregon same days by 6 p m.
14015. From HaUmoutu to Lewiaville, 23mil
and back, once a week.
Leare llattsnviuth Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrire at Lewimlle by 12 m ;
Leare Lewitrillo Saturday at 2 p in;
Arrire at Platswoutb It 8 pm. '
1401ft. From Platsmouth to Glenwood, Iowa, 9
ilea and back, tare times a week.
Leare PUUinouth Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 9 a in:
Arrire at G'.enwond by 12 m;
Leare ( ilea wood Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 2 p m;
Arrireat PUUmouth by 5 p m
14417. Fn-ca ruumouth to Glendale, 15 miles
a back nc a week.
Leare Ilatnaouth Saturday at 7 ft tn;
Arrire at Glendale by 12 m;
Leare Glendale Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrire at Piatsranuth by 7 p m.
14318. From Platsmoutb, by Kenosha, to Wyo
king, 20 miles, and back, owe a week.
Leare llaUmouth Saturday t 6 am;
Arrire at Wyoming by 12 m;
Leare Wyoming Saturday at 2 p m; .
Arrire at Ilatsiaouth by 8 p ro.
14019. From Marrsrille, by Forney and Pleaant
Talley, to Fort Kearney, 100 miles aid back, once a
Leare Marrsrille Monday at 4 a m;
Arrire at Ft. Kearney Thursday by 6 p m;
Leare Ft. Kearney Monday at 4 a tn;
Arrire at Marvsrille Thursday by 6 pm.
Bids to run by a proposed schedule wilbe eonsid-
Bids to run three times a week will be consider.
1402U. From Wyoming to Salt Creek, 50 miles
and back, once a week.
Lrare Wyoming Friday at 6 a m;
Arrire at Salt Creek by 8 p m;
Leee fait Creek Saturday at 8 a tn;
Arrireat Wyoming by 8 p m. .
14021. Frota Konocba to Sidney, Iowa, 20 miles
trad back, three times a week.
Leare Kenosha Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
. at f a c:
Arrire In Sydney by 12 tn;
Leave Sjdney Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
" Arrive at Kenosha by 8 p ra;
14C22. Trom Nebraska City, by Fort Kearney to
Aa IIJlow 400 miles and back, once a month.
Leave Nebraska 1st ol every month,
Arrire at Ah Hollow on 10th day thereafter;
Leare Ash Hollow en 10th cf ercry month;
. Arrire at Nebraska City on the 10th day thcre-
Elds ta run twice a month, and to end at Ft. Kear
ttey, omitting Arh Hollow, will be considered,
14523. From Nebraska City by Kearney City, to
Sidney. Iowa,--15 miles and lack, throe times a
' Leare !Teraka City Monday, Wednesday, and
:' 'tj at C a ca;
.-rira at Sidney same days by 12 m;
Leave E ilney Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
1 p n;
s at VViV Citr aame dare by 7 p ra.
" . 14234. Frntn Nebraska City by tlatnilton.Tecnm'
Turkey Cre'k, and Otto Mission, U. Mary srille,
112 tciles end back, once a wee a.
. Leare Nebraska City Monday at m;
Arrire at Marycrille Wsine5day by 6 p m;
Jeare Mary'ilie Thursday at 6 1 m;
Arrir at Nebraska City Saturday by 8 p ra
r: tn rtta thre times a week will be considered
14?:5. From Ntbrafka City, by Ottoe City. Mt.
Terr.ra.Brownrille, Netcaba City, Archer, White
rm4 .r iiIa ta Nemaha Acency, Kansas T-SO
. 4 1-V. three timas week.
Lre Nelrask City Monday, Wednesday, and
fri isy at 6 a m;
. . i .t Vrma Aeny peitdara by 8 p m;
rara Tferaaha A renry Monday, Wednesday and
"PZf at C a nf " . ' M
i v.vHIVi P;t ett day by 0 P in.
UlZ-i. Fr-.n. Nelnuka City, by Ottoe City and
14027 ' Fro!a BrownvVde to1 rckport Mol, 8 miles
and back -si timet a week,! : -rt K':'"y-
Leave Brownville daily, except fcunaay,at v a m:
Arrire at Rockport by, 12 tn;
Leave Rockport daily, except Sunday, at 2 p m;
Arrive at Brownvillo by 5 pm.
14023. From lirownvillc, by Beatrice to Ft-Kear-
ncy, 220 miles and tek, enco a month.
I . 1 . . . V- i
Ijcave lirownviae isi oi every momu;
Arrive at Ft. Kearney in seven days thereafter;
Leare Ft. Kearney 10th of evory nonth ,
Arrire al Brownriile in seven days thereafter. '
14023. From Brownriile to Tarkio Mo., 28 miles
and back, three times a week.- '
Loare BrownvilLe Monday, Vt ednesaay, ana Fri
day at 8 a m:
Arrive at Iarkio,by o pm;
Leave Tarkio Tuesday, Thunday, and Saturday at
Arrive at Brownville by o p m.
14030. From Florence to Magnolia, Iowa, 30 miles
and bock, once a week.
Leave Florence Monday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Magnolia by 8 p m; .
Leave MaTnolia Tuesday US an;
Arrive at Florence by 6 p m. m ft
iinti' Fmm Cimminf CitT to Maznolia. Ia- 20
miles and back three times a week.
Leave Cumming Monday, Wednesday, ana inaay,
at 6 m;
Arrive at Magnolia by 12 m; .
Leave Magnolia Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 2 p m;
Arrire at Cumming City by 8 p in;
14032. From Mt. Vercon,by Sonera, Mo., to Lin
den 15 miles and back, twice n week.
Leare Mount Vernon Blonday and Thursday at 6
am; , . .
Arrive at Linden by 12 m;
i.eave Linden Monday and Thursday at 2 p m; ,
Arrive at Mt. Vernon by 8pm;
14033. From Oinadi,to Elk Horn, 25 miles and
back once a week.
Leave Omadi Monday at 9 $rm;
Arrive at Elk Horn by 0 p m;
Lcavo Elk Horn Tuesday at 9 a m: .
Arrive atOmadiby 6pm.
14034. From Omadi. by Dahkota City, and Ser
geant's Bluff, to Sioux City, 17 miles and back, three
times a week.
-Leave Omadi Monday Wodnesday and Friday at
6 a m; , ' ' ; , ' ' . - ' " -i 1
Arrive at Sioux City by 12 m: - - ;
Leave Sioux City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 2 p m;- If 1 ; -. ' '" . -
Arrive at Onmdi by 8 p m. ' - ' ''
14035. From Dakota to Breckinridge, Q miles
and back, once a eek
Leave Dahkota' Monday at 6 am;
Arrive in Breckinridge next day by 10 p m;
Leave Breckinridge Wodnesday at 6 a m; , .
Arrive at Dahkota next day by 10 p m. , -
14035. From Dahkota to St. Helena, 50 miles
and back nee a week.
Leave Dahkota Friday at 6 a m;
Arrive at St. Helena ; y 10 p m;
Leave St. Helena Saturday at 6 a m; .
Arrive at Dahkota by 10 p m.
14037. From Dahkota' to. Wacapanna, 15 miles
and back, onco a week.
Lcive Dabkota Saturday at 7 a m; ,
Arrive at Wacapanna by 12 m;
Leave Wacnpanna Saturday at2p m; ,.
Arrive at Dahkota by 7-p m.
14033. From Dahkota City to South Pass, 750
miles and back once n month.
Leave Dahkota on 1st of every month ;
Arrire at South Pas3 on 25th day thereafter)
Leave South Pa9s 1st every mo..h;
Arrive in Dahkota in 25 days thereafter.
14039. From Dahkota City, by St. Johns, Ayo
way Creek, and Running Water River, to Ft. Lara
mie, 400 miles and back, once a month.
Leave Dahkota 1st of every month;
Arrive at Ft, Laramie in 15 days thereafter;
Leave Ft. Laramie 17th of every month;
Arrive-in Dahkota in 15 days thereafter.
Bids to tBd at Running Water River. 300 miles
less distance will be considered. :
14M0.-Fi tri Dahkota City by Sioux City, Iowa,
Ft. Lookout and Ft. Randall, to Ft. i'lerre, 300
mile nd back,oocaa month.
Leave Dahkota Ist'of every month;
Arrire at Ft. Pierre on 10th day thereafter;
rLeara Ft. Pierre 12th of every month;
Arrire at Dahkota on 10th day therearter.
1504U- Fri -m.! Logan to Sioux City, Ja- 6 miles
and back, three times a week.
Leare Logan Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
, n -
Arrive at Sioux City by 12 m:
Jieave Sioux City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 2 p m;
Arrive at Logan by 4 p m.
14042. From Niobrari to Logan 50 miles and back,
once a week.
Leave Niobrari Friday at 6 am.
Arrive at Logan by 10 p m;
Leave Logan Saturday at 6 a m;
Arnre at iobran by 10 p m.
11013. From Tecumsch to Helena, 20 miles and
back, onco a week.
Leave Teeumseh Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Helena by 12 m:
Leave Helena Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrive at Tecumseh by 8 p m.
14014. From Three Grore to Weeping Water, 20
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Three Grove Saturday at 8 am;
Arrive at Weeping Water by 12 in;
w Yi i J . n
ieave n eeping aier ouiuruay ai i p m;
Arrive at Three Grove by 8 p m.
14045. From Council Bluff, Iowa, to Bellcview,
Neb- 10 miles and back, three times a week.
Leave Council Bluff Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day .at. 9 a m: '
Arrive at LJellview same aays by iz m;
Leave Bolleview Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 2 p m;
Arrive at Council lluti same days by o pm.
Bids for C times a week service will be considered
FOiJIS OF mOPOSAL. GUARAXTT, ai.d cebtif-
, v ICATE. ,
The undersigned, , whose post office ad
dress is county of , State of , propos
es to convey the mails of the United States, from July 1.
lS58to Juue30, 1662, on route X. .between 1
and , -greeably to the advertisement of the
Postmaster General, dated December 31, 1857, for tbe
annual sum of dollars.
This proposal is made with full knowledge of the dis-
ance of the route, tbe weight of the mail to be carried,
and all other particulars in reference to the route and
service, nd also after careful examination of the laws
and instruments attached tc the advertisement.
The undersigned, residing at
, State of
undertake that, if the foregoing bid for carrying the mail
on route So. , be accepted by the Postmaster General
tbe bidder siall, prior to the 1st day of August, 1858, en
ter into the Tequired obligation, or contract to perform
the service i rep'ed,'w-uh good and sufficient sureties.
This we do. utidertaaJuz dibUuctly tlie obligations and
liabilities assumed by guarantors under the 27th section
of the act of Congress ol July 2, 1836.
Dated (Signed by two ruarantors.)
ifba tn4iitmfi rw-tttmaBtap sit C-Af A m
certifies, under kit oath ofejice. that he ts acquainted
with tbe above guarantors, ana Knows them to be men of
property, and able to mase good their guaranty:
Dated . . (Signed.)
persons or packages conveying mailable matter out ol the
mail.' ; i 7j : ; j ' $ i 'f !
' 8. TLe Postmaster General may order an Increase ot
service on a route by allowing thereror a pro rata increase
on the contract pay. ,'He nijiy, change cfcedules or de
partures and arrivals in all cases, and particularly to
make them perform to connections with railroads, witn
outiucreaae of pay, provided the running time be not
abridged. He may also order an increase of speed, al
lowing within the restrictions of the law, a pio rata In
crease of pay for the additional stocfc or carriers, if any .
The contractor may, however, in the case of increase of
speed, relinquish the contract by giving prompt notice to
the department that he prefers doing so to carrying the or
der into effect. The Postmaster General may also curtail
ordiscontinue the service, iu whole or in part, at pro rata
decrease of pay; allowingone month's extra compensation
on the amount dispensed with, whenever in his opinion
the public interests require the change, or In case he de
sires to supercede it by a different grade of transporta-
"jT'Paymcnts will be made by collections from, "or
drafts cn postmasters or otherwise, after the expiration
of each quarter say in February, May, August and No-
VC10i) The distances are given according to the best infor
mation; but no increased pay will be allowed should they
be greater than advertised, if the points to be suppliedbe
correctly etated. Biddert mutt inform themtttvtion
. onri aian in TfYcTcm ei ta the weiuhiof the
mail, me condition-ot the roads, hills, streams, etc., and
all1toll-br;dges, ferrjes, or obstructions of any kind'by
which expenses may be incurred. 2fo claim for addition-
i r liasfKl on such crounus. can do consiuereu-, nor ior
alleged mistakes br misapprehension as to the uegree or
KArvice: nor for bridges- destroyed, or otner oostrucuouB
inrronjiinff distance, occurriiur during the sontruct term
Offices established after thia advertisement is issued, and
also durinu the contract terra, are to be visited without
extra pay if .the distance be not increased.-
11. A bi.l received after me last oay ana nour uuuicu,
or without the guarantee required by law, or that coiu
hin4 severaL routes in one sum of compeusation, cannot
be considered in competition witn a regular proposal rea-
snnabla in amount .
12. Bidders should nrst propose ror service strictly ac-
rTrtinffta the advertisement, and then if they desire.
separatcdly tor different service ; and ir the regular bid
be tbe lowest offered for the advertised service, theoUw
er propositions may be consiaereu. - ...
13. There should be but one route bid for In a propo
sal. ' ' -.
14. The route, the service, the yearly pay, the name
and residence of the bidder, (that is his usual post office
address ) and those of each member of a firm, where a
oornpan) offers, should be distinctly stated; also tbe mode
of conveyance if anigher mode than horseback be intend
ed. The words "with due celerity, certainty, and secu
rity." Inserted to indicate the mode of conveyance, will
constitute a ttar bid. When- a star bid is intended, no
specific conveyance must bo named.' But In caso two
modes of conveyance, are named at the same compensa
tion, the highest or best for the service will be taken.
15. Bidders are requested to use as far as practicable,
the printed form of proposal furnished by the depart
ment, to write out in full the sum of their bids, and to
retain copies of them.
Altered bids- should not bo submitted nor should bids
once submitted be withdrawn. .4-. .
Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsible per
General guarantees cannot be admitted. The bid and
guarantee should be signed plainly with, the full name of
each person. ---
The department reserves the right 4o -reject any bid
which may be deemed extravagant; and ls to disre
gard the bids of failing contractors and bidders. -
16. The bid should be sealed, superscribed "Mail Pro
posals. State of," addressed Second Assistant
Postmaster General, Contract office, and sent by mail,
not by or to an agent; and posmasters will not enclose
proposals (or letters of any kind) in their quarterly re
17. Tbe contracts are to be executed and returned to
the department by or before the 1st day of August, 1353
but the service must be commenced on the first July pre
ceding, or the mail day next alter that date, whether tbe
contracts be executed or not. Xo proposition to trans
fer nil 1 be considered until the contracts arc executed
and received at the department; and then no transfer
will be allowed, unless good and sufficient reasons there
for are given, to be determined by the department. Iu
all cases tbe retiring contractor will be required to be
come one of the sureties on the new contract.
13. Postmasters at offices on or near railroads, but more
than eighty rods from a station, will, immediately after
the 31st of March next, report their exact distance
from tbe nearest station, and huw they are otherwise
supplied with the mail to enable the Postmaster Gcacral
to direct a mail-messenger supply from the first cf July
19. Section 13 of an act of Congress arproved March 3,
1845, provides that contracts for the transportation of the
mails shall be let in every case to tbe lowest bidder ten
dering aufflcient guarantees for the faithful performance,
without other reference to the mode of such transporta
tion than may be necessary to provide for tbe due celerity,
certainty and security of such transpotation. Under this
law a new description of bids have been received. They
do not specify a mode of conveyance, but engage to take
the entire mail each trip with certainty, celerity and se
curity, using the terms of the law. These bids are styl
ed from the manner in which they are designated on the
books of the department, star bids, and they will be con
strued as providing for the couveyance of the entire mail,
however large, and whatever may be the mode necessary
to insure its celerity, certainty and security.
In all cases where tbe lowest grade of service is be
lieved to be sufficient, the lowest bid will be accepted in
preference to a star or specific bid.
when tbe lowest bid is not a star bid, and specifics eith
er no mode or an inadouate mode of conveyance, it will
not be accepted, but set aside for a specific bid proponing
the necessary service.
hen the bid does not specify a modeof conveyance;
also when it proposes to carry "according to the adver
tisement," but without such specification, it will bo con
sidered as a proposal for horseback service
20. A modification of a bid in any of its esseetial terms
is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be received, so as
to interfere with a' regular competition, after the last
hour set for receiving bids.
21. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify the
sufficiency of guarantors, . or sureties, without knowing
that they are persons of sufficient responsibility; and all
bidders, gurantors, and sureties arc distinctly notified
that on a failure to enter into or perform the contracts
for the service proposed for in the accepted bids, their le
gal liabilities will be enforced against thorn.
22. Present contractors, and persons known at the de
partment must equally with others, procuae guarantors
and certificates of their sumc ency, substantially in the
forms above prescribed. Tbe certificates of sufflciencv
must be signed by a postmaster or by a judge of a court of
record. A. V. BROWN'.
Fresh Arrivals ! Heavy Additions ! !
Prices Greatly Reduced?
CURRENCY TAKEX AT PAR ! I
J, B. JENNINGS
Cor. 2nd and Frances sts, St. Joseph Mo.
HAS Just received at bis store room, corner of Second
and Francis Streets, St. Joseph, everything desirable in
his line, which he purchased for the Fall and Winter
traae, at greatly reauceu price for Cash, and whieh be
win sen at corresponding prices for cash, or to nnnctual
customers. Among nis recent receiDts are 60 TrKh
reacnes, x aozrnme Apples, 20 doz Assorted Fruits,
uoz ixosiers 1 a. x ;d cans, 300 doz Field's celebrated
uysters put up mis rail. 20 half Barrels new white Fish.
aiso couasa, iw ooxes w it t neese, oo boxes E D do, 600
iuh iurrauis, ov ooxes iresn raisins, 100 boxos dried her
ring, ow ins ixosneu Butter, nuo bbls crackers, 50 bbls
nuts assorted, ouw ids reanuts, 100 boxes assorted and
fancy candies, 100 do gum drops and motto I-otpi
200 drums Figs,&.c. Also a large lotsucaa indmni im
which will be sold at prices considerably below the prices
6iA j uaj n Uu.
St. Joseph, Nov. 8, 1857. 21 Q,
Linden, Mo, 49 miles and tack, occea
.m.k City Srcsday at 8 ft m;
. r.,r -'-;"" '. '-"
Ic LT.-"?i TWdat 6 aw;'. .
Containini ccn&itiont to be ineotr-orctci in the eon
tractt to tlie extent the department nay deem proper,
1. Seven minutes are allowed .to each intermediate
office, when not Tsherwise specified for assorting the
mails; but "on railroad and steamboat routes there is to
be no more delay than is sufficient for an exchange of the
2. On railroad and steamboat lines, and other routes
where the mode of conveyance admits of it, the special
agents of the department, also post office blanks, mail
bags, locks aud keys, are to be conveyed without extra
3. On railroad and steamboat lines the route agents of
the department are to be conveyed without charge and for
their exclusive use while traveling with the mails, an
acotnmdation car, or apartment in the center of a car.
properly lighted wanned and furnished, and adapted to
the convenient separation and due security or tbe mails,
is to be provided by the contractor, under the direction
of the department-
Railroad and steamboat companies arc required to take
the mail from, aud deliver it into, the post office at the
commencement and end of their routes, and to and from
an offices not more than SO rods from a static nor land'
ing. - proposals may be submitted for the performance
01 an other sale service that is, fortffices over eighty
rcxis irom a iamung or station.
Beeeiptwill be required for mail bags conveyed in
charge of person employed by railroad com paries. There
will also be way bills prepared by 1 ostmasters. or other
apentsof the Post OfTU-e Department, to accompany the
mails, specify ii.g thentuiiberand destination of tbe sever
al bugs. Oir the principal titage routes likewi, receipts
will be req aired and way bills forwarded; tbe latter to
be eniiued- by Ibe severs postmasters, to insure regu
lar-.tr tn the do J very r mail bags.- j ,
i ho pay will be made for trips not performed ; and
for each of seen emissions not satisfactorily explained,
three times the pay of the trip may be deducted. ' For
arrivals o far behind time as to break connection with
depending mails, und not sufficiently exoused, one-fourth
or tbe compensation for the trip is subject to forfeiture.
Deduction wji alto be ordered for a grade of performance
Inferior to Oat sf ecifled in the contract. For repeated
delinquencies or tbe Kind herein specified, enlarged pen
aiues proportioned to tbe nature thereof and the iaipor
lanceoi ine man. may to mce
6. Tor leaving behind or throwing on the mails, or any
portion of them for the admission of passengers, or for
being concerned in setting up or ranning an express eon
reying intelligence ia advince of the mail, a quarter's
py may ce oeauctca
6. Fines wV.l b imposed, unless-tbe del in-iuency be
promptly and satisfactorily explained by certificates of
postmasters, or the affidavits of other creditable persons.
for failing to arrive In contract timej for net'lecting to
Uke the mail from or deliver it into a post office? for
suffering it (owing either to the tnnsultablenesa of the
place or the manner of carrying it) to be wet, injured,
destroyed robbed or lost ; and for refusing, after demand,
to convey the mail as frequently as the contractor runs,
or is concerned 13 running a coach, car or eteamboal on a
route, 1 -.(...'
7. The Postmaster General may ainnl the contract for
repeated failures so run apreeably to contract; for violat
ing the Pc'tt Office laws, or disobeying the instructions of
requ:ied w CcrkjM: a vfussigntajtiiiel
v DEALfclts in
' Main St. bstween Front and Second as., t
: Elour, Bacon,
Hew Hardware Store.
Sign'of - tlie Saw. : i
American German, English & French
- - wrr t r T" T T4 nrTUT Tin T i
HJiKV ttiiCitl. .:
-.st.- josmi: mo.
TS XOWreceiving and opening the largest and most
virAl aMOTtinent of itoodi in the above line ever
offered in any market west of St. Louis. .
My stock embraces a iuii ana complete assortment
of Cabinet and llouso Builder's Uariware, Icchaa
wia mvpfv f i!urintinn. direct from the mtut
a bvvtd W J - r- w
approved manufacturers;,-agricultural, and horticul
tural 10013 SHU lllipiciucuia, in ik,it)uiuiu'
;naii ihATMent and useful imDrorements for the
saving of a vast amount of labor to the farming com
munity, from whom I respectfully request a careful
eXAmiUlillvU V wis uc'u luiun ui uij awwm. klb
lm oTchiivn rnt for' the sale of the celebrated
wmLs maw. -
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cat Saws, whieh I
will warrant, ana. nujuixrafits ax ine lactary prices
Also a large assortment of Gups, Rifles and Pistols
Tmn stfpl Xailk id.xit tia best brands: in a word
my stock ii very complete, which, fo its quality and
price, 1 am determined 10 ouer sucn inducements as
will cnmmiml a liberal sharo of trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies lor American uaraware ainuiaciurcrs,
together with a long experience in the general Hara
n r tmAa AnnVilA me: not nnlv to defr allcomneti-
tion, but has convinced rne that the true principle of
. . . . f . 1 -i m.
trade IS mail procxa ana quics. rciutua.
January 11857. Tlnatf
r AND COUNTEY PRODUCE.
T7E hare just opened a heary Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, embracing everything in the Staple
v v and Fancy iin';, wnicb. wo are now propareu 10 ouor to iue wubi ciucuij nw iv.a,
. ' r. . For Casli or Country Produce.- '
, ,; I" 1857. - . 2nl8-tf r . V , T s . I CR A5E & DILL,
I; T. WflYTE & CO'S,
, BRO WlfTILLE'ir T.
.'3 . 5
WE have jufit received an entirely ricw.and largo aa.ortuient of Superior Goods, which; we will sell at
asreasonable prices as anyusUblishuocntin the VST est, our motto bo: ng -Lirean.l lot Live. '
We have now
quently can sell c
in store a trreat variety of the following articles, which we purchased for Cash and oonsc;
cheap on the satno terms : . ? . S : i ' ! a'.
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AITD SHOES,
Queensware and Willow Ware,
' FARM IiMPLrMENTS,
And a fine assortment of Light Groceries,
Snch as Spice, Peppers, . Soda,
Q , SalaratttsA, Ginger, Allspice, etc etc.
And a good article of
,0W.I.-I 2. Smoking arid Chewing Tobacco.
It is a pleasure to us to show good., and we ask you to call round and see for yourselves. f'i "
Oct. 19.1807. lvznis-iyi - .-1. T. WUYTB f CO.
main St,, one door above Lushbaugh &. Carson's Hxcliangre Bank,
Brownville, N. T.
TEE proprietors would most respectfully inform the citizens of Brownville and the public generally that
they have received and arc now opening one of the largest and most complete Stocks of Clothing
r.ver orougni to mis marvel. ,
Their assortment of
3EtLesbd3r 3&dCtdL Olotlnixi.
Embraces every variety Of Textures and Prices ; as to Color they hare Prown, Blue, Black, visible and
invisible Green, and (Jloths,Lassimers,satinett?.Lasnnieretts,and Jeans, all made up
according to the latest fashionable cut. Their variety of vests is superb,
. embracing the very latest styles and patterns. In tho
May also be found atall time a fine selection of Cravats, Stocks, Tyes, Collars white or colored. Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Carpet Bags, etc., which we will sell as cheap as any estabiishment in the West.
J . We have the finest and best assortment of
Double ami Single Overcoats,
Ever brought to thi3 Territory.
1857. R. E.POMEBOT
Lockwood & Pomeroy,
Whulesaiu and Retail Dealers in
HATS AND CAPS,
Also, Shippers of American Furs of every de-
owiiiiwu , ivi nuiuii tuey win pay
.the highest Market Price. .
IN CASH. . ' .
tiUL.MKl Merchants are invited to examine our
t stck of Ilats & Caps for the approach inc Snrinir
and Summer trade, whieh will be large, fashionable,
ana wen scicctca. in point of variety our stock shall
not do excelled by any House m St. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our JScw Store. Second St.
&t. Joseph. Mo. 32m
. . Warranted to suit the most fastiduoas. A fiue assortment of
COATS. Dress, Frock and Sack.
PAKTS, "Every Style and Description.
TESTS, To please Large and Small.
SHIRTS, Botli White and Fancy.
Over Shirts, Overalls, Drawers, and Unit under shirts.
Buck Gloves, Mitts, and Riding- Glove's, etc. 7 - "
WE would but ik the publio toealr; axamine aud judge for themselves whether the Clothing at the
Baltimore Clothing Emporium, is not of better madj material, cut with better taste, better trimmed
SIEGEL 4 GREEXBAUM.
ind twenty-five percent, cheaper than they have ever bought elsewhere.
October zytu. 1S57. vZnl-lyJ
GEO. P. LUCKIIARDT,
WATCH HA ELBA,
ORECON, UOLT COUNTY, MO.
npAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of
JL Brownville and vicinity, that he has opened a
w aicn. iJiocK. ana J eweirv stnrp
In Oregon, Holt county, Mo., wh ere he will kecD con
stantly on hand, and for sal, a good assortment of
uoia and buver watches, (Jlocfes and Jewelry, which
no win sen extremely low, ror CASH. Also, a fine
lot of Violins, Aceordeons, Silver, and Plated Spec
tacles, Gold Pens -with Gold and. Silver extension
cases. Silver Thimbles, Ae., Ac. ,
IIo is prepared to repair V itches, Clocks and Jew
elry, of every description, in the best manner and
on ine most reasonable terms.
Every article bought in his establishment, is war
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairing warranted for one year.
July ZD, IBoO. vl-nStf
NOEL, LAKE & EMERSON.
3Bixxcraxxrlllo, 3XT. T. '
X. P. We would riipcetfully inform tho citi
tens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
we nave always on band a large and well selected
supply of IjL itllf Eu, which we can furmshat low
er rates than any mill in the Territory.
Market prices paid for log. delivered at the yard
or on the bank of the river.
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
our immediate attention.-
U. S. nail Route,
From ths Nemaha Agency, in Kancas, to the
mouth, of the Aycaray River, N. T.
millS LINE makes one trin ner weck.'each wav.
- I' stopping at the principal towns on the Ml; arr
Eiver Good Hacks ail tlie war through. nd - 1 '
.fftadniwyounrm&n lcrxnve'.'Vr -
ntrart ithu ;asr.rt the Ptstmaster Geoerali '" lT?.ili'-U'2!!l X, Coatractors; j
TTTE offer to tho public, we are confident, the
Y largest and best selected stock of Groceries
ever offered in this market :
5 Hhds Sugar, : 50 Sacks Coffee,
125 Sacks Flour, 5 Tierces Rice,
30 Bbls Molasses, 16 Boxes Star Candles,
20 Boxes Soap. 150 Sacks Salt,
15 Bbls Cider Viniger, 150 bbU Salt. .
: " TERMS CASH!!! : : '
... . . , . . . :uTyv;iyrTE&oo.
New Wholesale Grocery Jlouse.
j i J if
W. C.RITCHIE, .r
! WHOLESALE iIND RETAIL
. PEAXER IN
Groceries, Wines,. . Liquors,
Corner of Main end Francis Stteett Riddle's Old
, , biana, upponie stoutt Hotel,
ST. JOSEPH, MO. , 1
HAVE just received the largest and most complete
stsck of tae above goods ever opened in upper Missouri,
to which the attention of merchants and dealers is res
pecUullins Invited having purchased them principally
for cash at the very lowest possible prices, in Boston,
w Xora and St. Louis, feel confident that I can offer
inducements thst are rarely found, and hoping, by fair
and liberal dealing, low prices and good Goods, to merit
a liberal shareof patronage. Call and examine my stock
and prices before nurchasinA Sales
In my stock will be found every article usually kept in
a No 1 Grocery House. . , ; ; ";.'','. , ;
ATTOEITEY AT -LAW,
Wfll write deeds of every kind and contrasts for every
purpose, with warranted legal accuracy. ' ...
OC5ce in the Banking House of Luthbaugb & Carson.
, Hon. John A. Bingham, Cadiz,
, " W K Carter, Cleveland,
. ! K P Spalding,
"'BF Leiter, Canton. '
" 8 Lahm,
Wm R -7-. v Yerzn.
T?M ,,TJt VI .... 1 .4
DISTILLED FRO II COAL,
(Secured by Letters Patent.)
Kerosene Illcmisatino Oil. The light obtain
ed from this Uil excetds in brilliancy that of any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered; is inexplo
tive, and will remain limped in the very coldest
The Company recommend as thnUfnnaiQf
cd to this Ooil.the Kerosene Lampi, manufactured
by the following parties: Mefsr. Cornel us 4 Baker
o80' R?,t,t,of E. V.'llaughwout &
v""tT .? ir"aJw!'y e Brooklyn Flint Glass Co.,
o. 16 Broad btreet, Messrs. Dictz i Co 133 Wil
liam Street. L.-Mereier U7 Kim Sr v v
Samples of different sfvles of Ijiitit,. mf. k.. LJZ.
the Office of the Company. 1
Kerosene Lubricating Oil, No. 1, Prepared to
suit the finest, and all other kinds of Machinery
burns brilliiinty in, Locomotive ,Uead Liehts. Car
muij, mi me oraiimry isoiarand Unnd Lamps
and stands as grea. a degree of cold as best Sperm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to Railroad and Steam
Kerosene LrBRicATTvoOtT a v c
Lubrica tors, and will bo found to possess advantages
over any Oils in the market at same prices will not
burn and has been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Railroads and others.
A.EnosENE Binnacle OiL.-prepared expressly
for Ships use, and will be foand admirably adapted
for use of Steamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and River craft, and burns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan-
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as long as best
Sperm, and will burn all night without requiring to
be trimmed, an advantage that will U obvious to
every shipmaster. ; ' 9
The Kerosene Oils can be obtained from the
Wholesale 01 Dealers. Ship Chandlers, Druggists,
and Grocers inew York, and the regularly aptSnt
ed Agents of the Company many of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United Statu, the Caia
days, and the Island of Cuba. .
Looal Agents appointed ( in'eonfonnity with tb
rules established by tho Board of Trustees,) on ap
plication to " '
. ; . , ' .';Geerttrjgent, Ktrotew. 07, Cr.r
- " t ?-:'- .?. ::v?H..a0 Beaver Street, N.Y.
r,r,v:?TCin1?"ritb PrtScularf testimonials,
P xSJ alW,ic.Tforwarfcd CD PTiHioa as above!
utre sert it 97, - . . 'vj'-lj
IB' nARDWATiE STOSE
s Mr v -
. I r ..'.. f
JOIDf COLIIOI'N. ,& BBOTlIEn,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post OSce.)
WHOLESALE AJSD HE TAIL
Boots, Shoes, jLeaikr and Shoe. Findings.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
HAYT3 now in stire, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves & Son's Files Scissors . ,
and Edge Tools Pocket knives 2
Butcher's do- - do- Knives and lorks
Spear & Jackson's saws Bras curtain bands, and
Gimlet pointed screws pins
Giiffiu's i and American Door locks
horse nails . Augers and auger bitts
Post hole augers
Ames' shovels and spades
Lull Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and'muly
Planes and plane irons
Coopers drawing knives .
, do adxes and wood
Tress Hoops . , : ;
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belt
Tuyere Irons .
Plated and com. sirrups
do do Bitts
do do Buckles
do ' do Rings
Breast and rein snaps
Peg floats ' ' : -
Bristles, wax ' "
' Corn knives
Grass and grain do
Shovel and tongs
K rawed wo. A aws
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Moucholo. Arinltage an
' vils " ''
Stocks and dies
. Pad hooks, breeeh'gloops
A aa screws, cockeyes
Girth reia and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
Upper leather ..
With many goods embracing a complete assort
ment of the most desirable which tbev will sell at
the lowest pries. J. COLUOUN St BRO.
April 16th, 1857. 31-ly
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER.
ANNOUNCE to the public, .that ho is prepared
to erect Steam and Vater Saw and Mercbent
Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing of machinery of all kinds..
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Ed is also Agent for
A. B. .HOLLIBIRD & CO'S
LEE & LEAVITT'S
And are prepared to receive anil fill trHm far nn ma.
chincry manufactured or kept on hand, by these cs-
Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lake & Co., Brownville, N. T. Steam MiD.
j.. . r urna3, - . XirownviLe, 44
' Muir, Ilann & Co " 44
Dr. Hoover, . Nemaha city, "
P.M.Rogers, Pawnee city,4
Nuckolls & White, Rockport, Ma.
James Lowe, Linden,- 44
A. B. Ilalliberd, Cincinnati, O.
Brownville. Juae 18. 1857. , ; -.;
OLIVER BENNETT & CO..
M ANCP ACTCREB3 AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IJf
Boots Shoes Sc Brogans,
XO. 87 IfAIN STREET, SAINT LOUIS, 2IO.
ARE NOW IN lUEIPXof aoompleteassortment
of goods from lhe'ir;wn lil' other, manufac
tories.adapted especially to the Western trad.
Purchasers are invited to examine their stock,
manufactured and selected with, great care-and
warranted of superior quality. . Orders will receive
rompt and carefu' attention.
, , ..Capital StopKO.OOO. -
' 'NEBUASICA CIT Y, W. T." ' ' -
rTHIS Cpmpany, under a liberal charter, is now
e--. VrJ or3'n iied, and their entire capita! stock of
tJ'H Ihoutaud UUlars, paid in andsecured. They
aro prepared from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the most
a .a suranc8 Company any where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without
neurnhg.anyUabihty.'will share in the pro 3 ts of
tho company. '.' w:
T,he orratiofcsoUhVC;nipurjwill be confiuea,
for the present to marine, or cargo risks With
Hlm9bi7 1W00 on any ,.ne bottom.
iJv fml' ,nWtJiace, n iheaboro pop
Ularplan.W.cst!, the Missouri,, it confidently ex
Peets a generous support fnj&We'tern Merchants.
We rcspeafully invite" the" Missouri River pa
tronage.; k .y, ., . r. . ; , .... 1
, DIRECTORS : ' '
Fi uckolls ' - ' Chns. F. Holly, .
w V'M J.L.Armstrong.
.W.N.Hinchmato; 1 'Miles W.Brown,
A. A. Bradford.
, . ' ' otfickss ; .
. CTIAS.T. HOLLY, President,
o, . ' ". ' : ..' ' ' J.GARsirE,Soc'y.
St. Louis Agent Col. W. P. Howard.
April 2d, 1S57. ' i2lj
A. LTPORD. : 1 1 i .i .' it,.;. ; a j hOKX
L3rtbrd & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IIATiS AND OAFS :
Kails, rioiTs, Shoves, Furniture, &c
' ' Which I will -fciu
itablishmentia the 'Itw I
,a n -
Iowin? rl!.1a. v- i Patmj t
mod consequently.ean ,eU ?V
BOOTS -ami X
isuuis AND Rtoft.
And a fin assnrtrr,
. ' Such a3 li'
' . , .. ; Soda,
19-Noyember 5tL -
House, Sfen, and OrJJ.
Takes this method of 111;.-..' "
!! a6 tp V I
removed his paint shop from ExkJri w'1
Ua thinks himself anilisHt,
the public t giit him cj!
Please leave orders at the"id-nfi i.' ' I
Nor. 19. 1S57.
Merchant ' Tail:'
Atlanta sewet, Wwt'of iLblltv " i
ry in Brownville, offer m
publio generally, if they want snj '
line of business. lean alwajibefK ;
or. more properly spenkinz st mt ki ? '
, Particular attention mi. to cuuic"
layiug off work for the aun.'"rk"
portion of my life h be-n J-t"d :r,t
which I consider myself iufcrior toy
in the cutting depart.Tint,:i;i.iI j-..b,'
tiorf to my business tsaeri: a s1 7"
patronage. . . z'lh'l-
"Brownville April Hhh. mi-
GEORGE Z KLia)
- Florence Ciy, V. T.
.: EVAN n'ORTIilXt
T)EGS leave to announce tothtpuslit.'h.'i'
JlJ erected a Uakery tad tonf"Jni7 ;
ment in the City of Brownville 5. 7ua vii! i
constantly on band, sod is prepvttl al tc
Bread, Crackers and Cakes of ewrjinkw. r!
discription aud quality. Ha hesbiia re
in bakingand consequently feets quuxia:
will be able to give sa'.isfactiuo. A li'tr.: '
age is respectfully solicited.
. .... rA5W0Zj
DOW'DALL, MARKHAM, iC
En pine and Machine (tho,
COB'B OF SHCOSD A5D MORGAJ IT1U"
Manufacturers of Steam Engines nd Bui'.m, ir
Grist 31111 Machinery, S.ngle audDuablt Cmi
Mills, Tobacco Screwi Presi Lard !:
Screws and Cylinders, Wuol Cardinc Mjchiw-1
Castings. Tonng's Improved Patent Smut I II, k
- 53--AGENTS for tbe sale of JsipesSauti i
perior Machine Cards. r-
MT. VERNON, ' 1SEBRASJ
Announces to the public that behasiHtrAj'
sive Stock of Goods brought to tbii pie br v
and bow offers to sell-.-
Dry Goods Grocrries,liardlf
at prices as fair as can bo round in tat
Or Cash or In exchange f it country praiuce. .
fot. 1. '57-nU
JKFFEKSUS T. CA3AUY, . MlKTI
... f .... n XTl
Council Bluffs, Iowa. ) SefcrwUl-H
. . . n n r V I ;
CASSADY, TilbT, -KWL.
1 Li) It j 3a.i v - 1
T TAYIXO .made arranscm. nts bj j
X-L receive accurate copies of all w
embraced in the .Eastern portf-.a ot
are now prepared Wofftr.ar service
In Tilling Declaratory Statemena;.
tion to Pre-empt. Seei?
" AND ENTERING
Land WarrahtJi UousWf3!,
LAND ENTERED &
Particular attention paid to Va?!.
Property on eommisxion: Also, WrBafcc. .
and forwardin? reitUa'cton7s ,
BlanJt.H of all htoiU a!wsv
Hon. A; A. Bradford,
o. r .iSuc-iolls,
Messrs. Dolman k Wesf
Peter A. Keller. .
June A3, iOHO. Tl-Dl -r
Scott city Steam Sa.'i
JOHN C. HUFFMAN
Scott ltj ,r
(Immediately oppo?7e JJnri"''s
Announce t. the public that be-h"VH
tiam Haw-mil 1 reccntlv erertelbT ..af
as above and is now prepai ed to ttrn
ML-souri and Xcbraska witi an extra qc"
ol every description and '
. . .SAWED LATHS...
ot an excellent quali'v. A th.ire ot pi' ' J
X.vemlr H. 1837. i-7
NATH'L POPE Cly
Land and General V,
. . WASHINGTON clT.r y
Having resided, the situation !'f ;('
the General Land Office for tbe " 4f;
r . . . ..t...iil.
and prosecute claims Derorc w-
t Birras ro
Hon. S A. Doutrlas. lUinow, V- -.,
J. D. Bright, liHliano, H
.' C.H.'Stuari. Michigan, H
' B. W. JohUson JtrkanKS. j,!
Dan'I Wells. Wisco'n- u
C. C. Wasbburn,). -
ft .i.t-;.nirH Illinois.
John B. Sandidtc. pad .
Tbornas A. Uendriii . O'f r
Vllson, hiS Vvm'r.'l
all. IA -i 1 " m viww
James Shields. s-T"0 0
Go.). C. Whiting. t;in ,
Got. Medary. St. Paul, Minne
Messrs. Sweeny. Fent . t,
Pairu k. Xourse,
Xlwbb-Brothers. --. ,
Suter, Lea fc Co, tfi' V
Also, to the Distnct lot
all whohave bad land business j J" j, rfcf .
for years. iJ-So badness letter,
tioa unless avouuipanied by a ,
... ..- TOTIW FIBIJ-
Jonas Crane and Theodore BI. M ,
nil!, and will a.MiSun nU-,
YTI t 1
itind cf McAUUtar, Do -
jl. ' Ttrr.
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