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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1881)
I'EllSOXAft 'XSD LITEKAltlV '
Mr. John T. Raymond la about to
wod. Miss Koso Cotu-tcoy .Bitr'nos,
duuglitor of tho actress. Hoso Eytingo,
formerly Mrs. David Barnes.
' 4-Thb'rfing of 1'orturriii is a "''literary
feller" and makcB, niouoy at tho trade,
UU royalty on liis.tnmsi'ation of Shake
speare has yielded, him $5,000. Ho
finds that tho best kind of royalty.
"Florcnco Percy;" the hiifhrJr of
"Hock Mo to SleopT MotlVur,"" 'ifbtv
lives in Maine and odils a paper there.
One of her yoiiti"; daughters has for a
hamo hot'- mother's Tiom-'cle-pluiiW of'
Arthur Sullivan had resigned his
position at tho Kensington Training
School 'of Music'' and if already (veil
advanced vVith the" music of tho first
act of Mr. Gilbert's nfcw libretto', Whloji
hits at tho present Eiiglish folly pf ex
aggerated Jt'stlioticisni. '
- ji4jThoportraft.of Milton,, which .Was
onoo owned by Charles Lamb, has just
been bought in London by Mr. 'Qnar
itch for 1,776. It was painted about
16 10, when tho poet was still distin
guished by that physical beauty of
which tho world has heard somuuhbut
which is missing in all his other 'por
traits. . .
, A mhstorpiftoo by .Albert Durer is
said to havo found at Wiosbaddn. It
Lq an old painting three foot by two in
Hixuarupruauuuirg jurist, crowuuu wmi
thorns, and, by his side Coxaphas and
one of tho two-thieves:' The picture is
well prosorvod and boars on the right
. upper, corner Durer'sr monogram', .with
tho datoof Nuremberg, 1605.
. T Peter Ilerdio is in Washington Jook
ing after his Pennsylvania avenueconoh
es. IIo has granted licenses forColum
' bus, Dayton, Pittsburgh, (Toledo, Do
troit, MomphiSjliufialo, , Qhicagd, and
many flinalfpiacos, "and lute, no doubt
that before next wlntor lirios ofiHor
..diotf will bo hi .operation" iht thoAohiof
cities and towns of tho wholo Union.
Prosident'Grqvy's mannor 'of'rc'
ccivirfif company is oxcoHont.' There is'
great courtesy in tho man's nature. IIo
is gallant toward ladies, to whom ho
administers compliments in tho lozengu
form. IIo squeezes a deal of gallant
politeness into a very few wdrds, and
d varies, in a way that is perfectly nstoii-
', isliing his pretty little speeches to fair
It. II. Stoddard's Opinion qt Liter
ary Men: I have a great deal more re-spec-i
for. literature than for litdrary
, men, whom 1 havo seldom fo.und. wiser
than tliolr fellows. They havo a knack
at writing which deserts thoriv whon
thoy italic, ns it-did Goldsmith,
amt wo overrate them accordingly. The
best of thorn are ignorant of'rTahy
tilings thoy might know, and concerning
A things that thoy do know thoy aro tie
s void of judgment. Scott know so little
about pictures that ho Tilled Abbotsford
with wretched daubs, and had ho little
music in his soul that ho delighted In
". tho abominable, screeching of thoHmg
pipe. Byron know nothing abputijart,
which ho affected to despise, and knew
poetry fio wrongly tliat ho nlacqclopo
, ' among,, tho great poets of the 'world.
'-tfTho Critic. ,' ' -W
Thq cotton grower depends a great
deal ott" his gin. LowclU Citizen.
Tlio'( storo "maple-sugar is now'
known as tho oloomargarlno of the
forest, Boston Transcript.
Tlip lateness of spring, uoverputs
Ibaokitho maple sugar cVor loftrovoi
t from- last year. -fAr. O. Picayune.
u li, f . 'i
Tho man who was waiting for
something to turn up" w'as r6Varded
when ho stopped upon tho odgo1 of a
barrel hoop. i3omvroilc Journal.
iProjirietors of summer hotels-are
riiow searching tho dictionaries for new
.words in which to depict tho splendors
of their houses and tho all-embracing
grandeur of tho sce'novy. Boston Trails
'script. w ' "
. - The llllly-gnnt's n pretty blnl,
And loves to fllnu on Klilrta:
Hut lor a midday Iiinclioon lid '
, 1'ioIoih to out hoop-altlrtp t ..
Old oystur-ciiiiB imd rubber shoes
AppoiiHo lilrt iipputitu,
bnrreMiooi and oorHCt-stuva
i'ia nun wi'n grunt (icnni.
Wilkinson camo into tho parlor tho
ot hor day and sat down upon a chair
winch lie thought
than usual. lie hadn't
sat down more
than two seconds when ho was lifted in
tho air and camo down upon his faeo.
IIo asked his wife what was on' tho
chair. Sho said hor now bonnot. ' It
has a few pins in it." "Oh, I see,"
aid Wilkinson; "that's your spring
Hero worship: It was on Washing
ton's birthday. An old gentleman of
eighty or more took down' tho old shot
gun lie had carried during, tho war of
181'J and wenfout and began to tire it.
Inspired by the sight of such patriotic
lovo for Washington in ono so old, wo
approached him and complimented him
on it. Tho old man, in trembling tones,
replied: "Patriotism bo durned! I'm
trying to put a load of buckshot in that
dog 6' Jones' Hiatus out yonder. Boston
".Tamos," said tho grocer, as ho
looked over his spectacles at tho boy who
was measuring out half a bushel of pota
toes. " I lind that I havo spelt 'sugar'
with an 'h' in it. Is that right?" "No
sir," ropliod tho clor, after spoiling,
tho word ovor several timos. "No, I
guess it isn't, but 1 hato to scratch it
out. What shall I do?" "If it was
me, sir, and I had put an 'h' in sugar, I
should ardor hams and loavo the 'h' off
there." "Ofcour.se of course Real
ly, James, but I begin to feel my ago,
and I only wonder that I don't some
times spell eggs with two g's." Detroit
ItOXG lEUllMf AND (UKI)KN.
Tho .bulbs of tho tubcroso novor
bjoom but onco. They require 'ii sandy
A Nico BiscuiUr-Ono pint of . scald
ed milkJco&lo'dl 'two AiinutB of sifted
Hour, three tablospoonfuls of shorten
lite, diie't'tilCbfirtn'of yoasUiul a little
All q'ous aro . unproved by mixing.
Tlio physical properties of tho soil have
an jinporiaui. iniuionco upon us iivuingu
fertility. Tho admixture of pure sand
with clay soil produces an alteration
wlich. is..gflcn bonelicial, ami which is
almost wholly mechanical. The sand
opens the pores of tho clay and makes
it more permeable to the air.
Smut in oats is ,thq 9111110 as wheat,,
smu't'iimt should bb treated in tho same
way. It 13 sown virh tho, s,ee.d. and,, to
prevent it, the seed should be stecbed
as wheat s,in a olujon of ,01m pound of
sulphate of copper, hl .four, gallons of
watdr oru strdilg Jbrine'ofjl Common salt
tho day boforo it is sown. Tho sficd
soak's up the solution if not applied too
-Iron pipo rusts and gives a disa
greeable .taste to water that stands in,
it; lead pine is disso.wcd by pure soft
watoiv.aiid tho carbonate of lead thus
formed is highly poisonous. But with
either pipo, if tlid wtltor is. pumped
away until it is fresh there will bo
neither the bad tasto of tho iroti nor the
danger from tho lead. Tho . )r6n llavdr
.is not injurious, but, although ii is not
pleasant, . is. wholesome ami of tonio
properties. But one may not liko to
take' such incdic'u(j Itl nil, his food and
drink and it is easy to avoid it.
Orange Pio or Pudding. Ono
pound' of butter, onb poUnd' dfugar
beaten to a cream, ony ghmroso-water,
ten ejrjrs uoaicn louiiigu irotii; nave
t.wn firntinrna iirid Imll tlm rlnil until it. is
tender; chang'o tho water two ir thrVo
t a mortar and smioh'zo th6 juico in, to-
iiinua wiinu il is uuuiiiir. uiun uuiil 11. 111
gemor wun 1110 rum 01 ono lemon, gnu
ed.'Hiul tho juice of thori8anio; mix all
well together with tho other ingredients,
and bake in a' pull'pasto'w'itlioutan up
per crust; half this quantity is sufficient
for two ordinary sized pics.
The' Chinese make tea M follows:
"The tea is put in a clean tea-pot and
hot water pourod 011 it an.d luft.to stand
liftcen or twenty minutes and. stoop.
Hero is tho way we make our tea." IIo
thereupon took blf 11 'cover with a cush
ion of cotton two inches thick on tho
under side and lifted out a pretty por
celain tea-pot that wa'riicoly fcet in tho
centre of a lining tufl'od around two
inches or so in thickness with cotton.'
The tea-pot, after th6 boiling water is,
poured into it upon the necessary quan
tity ofjosij is set i.ilJhjs non-conducting
receptablo atfrf vsteeps fifteen' minutes, VJ
said the Celestial narrator, ,"and theu
served." Kansas CUyt limes.
Some ono imay bo glad to know
how to make a delicious lemon pie
whiqh is not too rich to ba cnjoyouT
Prepare a crust for the pie in a deep
plato, then stir one tablcspoonful of
cornstarch into 11 little cold water, add
ono cup ot boiling water, lot all comoj
toa boil, then add seven tablespoonfulst
of sugar, the, well-bontqti yolks of four;
eggs and the grated, rind and iuico of!
two lemons; "while this is baking beat'
heaping' tablcspoonful of pulverized
,siigar to a .stVlf'froth; whon the pio is.
baked, spread i this smoothly over tho
'toW then S6t it lit tho oyoii'fGHwo or;
three minutes; this is long enough to;j
give it tho desirou.goiuon-brown color
Tho custom of attaching clog-yokes
iu minimis w piuvuut uiuin irom jump
ing over fences is open to many objec
tions. The animal is nioro or less dis
figured; often tho forelegs arc injured,"
and sometimes the neck is brokob. I A
will ofler my method, which 1 hayo long
practiced and liko much better. It is
this: Take an old head-stall with a
brow-band, throat-latch and nose-band
going all around tho nose. Got an old,
boot-leg, split it open, (or any piece of
leather that is wide enough' to extend
beyond both eyes of tho animal) and
VviWi copper rivets fasten thts to the
brow-band and tho nose-band. Tho
animal can see in front of him by bond
ing, vtolthe right or loft, but uo'irfwill
never jump with his neck bent or when
ho cannot see his way clear. Cor.
Mistook His Role.
Tho Judge of a Galieian villago
near Cracow, having learned that an old
peasant woman resident iu his district
nail won a prizo of three hundred llor
ins in tho Cracow Lottery, bethought
him of a stratagem by which they
might be transferred to his own posses
sion. Accordingly, dressed as tho
dovil, he presented himself, as tlio
clock struck midnight, at the old worn
an'p lonely dwolling, aroused her from
her slumbers, and, in a hollow voice
commanded her to hand ovor qy win
nings. Tho torrified woman at once
produced seventy-live florins, protest
ing that sho had that day lodged tho
balance In the Cracow Savings Bank;
whereupon. tho devil informed her, with
dreadful threats of infornal torment
should she fail to fulfil his behests, that
ho would return the following night at
tlio same hour to recoivo tho remainder.
Next morning tho poor old lady applied
to tho savings bank for her deposit.
The manager, surprised that she should
wish to draw it out so soon after having
lodged it, inquired into her reasons for
so doing, and elicited a full confession
of her adventure of tho previous night.
When his Satanic Majesty callod at
twelve p. m. for the balance of his per
quisite ho was received by two gen
darmes, who handeulled him, inarched
him off to Cracow, and there delivered
him to tho secular arm, which will
probably disablo him from playing tho
devil for some time to come.
FroilMVntor Sprlnp In tho Atlantic,
.Opo.of tha most romarkablo displays
Cfii!iMiVri 11111 v bo sfldn 11S1 flin Atlnntii
m 55 1 . j.. , ;i.. ....!. :r v a:
coasc,ioigiuecn nines soma or. at.
Augustine. Oil' Mantanzas Inlet, and
throb' mll6s froiii shbro, a mammoth
frqsh-wfttor spring gurgles up from the
depth of tho ocean with such force and
volume as to attract tho attention of
all who come in its immediato
vicinity. This fountain is largo,
bold and turbulent. It is noticeable
to fishermen and others passing in small
boats along near tho shore. 1-or many
years this wonderful ami niyjUoriojis
freak of nature has boon known to tho
people of St. Augustine and thoso liv
ing along tho shore, and sonfo.fof the
superstitious ones havo beenaught to
regard, it, wllh a kind of reverential awe,
or holy horror, as tho abode of super
natural inliuonces.' When tho waters
of 'the ocean in its viclrilty aro other
wiso culm and tranquil the upheav
ing, and troubled appearance of
of internal commotions. An area df
about hnf an aoro showp JhH troublod
appearance something similar to tho
boiling , of tv washer-worn an' s kettle.
Six or eight years ago Commoddro
Hitchcock, of tho United States Coast
Survey, was passing this place, and his
attention was directed to tho spring by
tho restless upheavlngs of tho water,
which threw his ship from hor course
as sho cntqrod tfio spring. J Ih curiosity
becoming excited by this cireihnstanco
ho sot to work to examine its surround
ings, and found six fathoms of "water
everywhere in tho viciuity whilo tho
spring itself was almost futhomloss.
tiauannah (Ga.) Kcws.
The following story Sh told of a
counsel who was taken down very
neatly by a witness whom lie was brow
i boatinc. It WOS HCCCSSarv to tho COtltl-
sol's cause tomako tho witness -Ju'qucS'
tion, who was an aged man, break
down1." Tho following ditdogiid onsuod:
Counsel ,flIow old are youP" Wit
ness "Sovonty-two yoars." Counsel
" Your memory, of course, is not so
vivid as it was twenty yoars ago?"
Witness "I think it is." Counsel
"State some circunistanco which oc
curred, say, twelve years a&o, and wo
shall bo able to judge whothor your
memory is unimpaired." Witness " I
appeal to tho Court; I refuso to bo in-
lorrogaicu in mis manner. " unc judge
"i ou had better answor tho ques
tion." Witness " Well, sir, if you
compel 1110 to do it, I will. About
twelve years ago, you (addressing the
attorney) studied in Mr. ' B '
p'fiice." Counsel "Yes." Witness
'-'-"At that time your father camo into
my office and said to me, 'Mr.' D ,
my son is to bo examined to-morrow,
and T wish you to lend mo twenty-live
dollars to buy him a suit of clothes.' I
advaifcod tho money, and from that
day to this it has never been repaid. I
rcmombor it as though it wiw yostcr
"day." Counsol (considerably abashed)
"That will do, sir; you may go
i A correspondent of Nature gives
'tho following natural experiments with
; polarized, light: Break off a plato of
ice and hbld'it botweon the skv and a
pool of water. Its rollectcd, imago will
Show the .beautiful colors due to polar
ized light. Tlio incident rays should
, come from a part of tho sky about nine
ty .degrees irom tho sun, and reflection
' Bhoulu take placo at the polarizing angle
fdr water, and the nlato will nrobablv
jlroquiro adjusting to bring out tho 11111x1-
Norvo impulses are conducted along
tho nerves very slowly in comparison to
the speed of electricity along a coppor
'wire. Tho latter travels sixteen million
times jus fast as a norvo impulse, and
yet tho norvo impiilso travels with tho
;.,spped of tho fastest railroad train.
i'F6ott?8 Jlcullh Monthly for April.,
t ' ,. , .'.
-:-It js only a schoolboy who can enjoy
bad health; and even ho must, havo it
bad' enough to koop him put of school.
Says an English pliyslvltuu "The uncsr-
talmy of iiU'iU-nikliii; brlii'.'sultli ft a craving
for stimulants." 'Dint's tho way It is with
'tliti tramp. Hit's uncertain ubout his jneuls,
anil ulwayfl craves stimulants.
A niuuiiT llttlo thrco-vcur-old, whllu hor
znothi'i'was tryluif to jjut her to sh'up, bo
caine fnU'icstud In pomu outside nolso. She
was told that It Mai'ausud by a crlckot, wliuu
shu hugely obsorvod: ".Muiniim, I think he
ought to he oiled."
Ax EiiuIIbuiimu who wdnt to bco an Irish
friend knocked t the street dour and asked:
"Does .Mr. Menu re live hereJ" "He does,
fiorr; hut he's dead!" " When did ho diet''
"If he'd I ved till to-morrow," was tho re
sponse, "he'd havo been dead a fortnight."
4IOW xkak akin laughter Is to tears was
shown when Kiiheris, with a sluu'lo htroke of
his brush, turned a laughing child In 11 paint
tnt; tooiu vriiur; and our mothers, without
be lugreaL painters, huvu often brought us,
in like manner, from joy to i;ilef by a single
It Is not pleasant to have tho barber's ap
prentice practicing upon you, lay open your
cheek with a tuo-uic-h K"h, anil then follow
the cut with tho cheery remark: 'Skin's very
tender, sir." It Is not pleasant. We don't
know what It is, hut It Isn't pleasant. 7r
Tub I'rliipcis Lnmso was thirty-three years
eld lust week. This Is one of the penalties
of helnir a ltovnl perBonaiio and having your
Cedlgreo recorded. Othor English women
orn within three nionihs of I.oulso are now
only twenty-six. C'Awryw Tribune.
"Johnny," said his father, ns tho boy
took the primal bUcuit from the plate, "don't
you know that It Is Impolite to helu yourself
uufnio your elders I" "Why, pa, mother told
mo to help myself before ou." " What do
you nu!Hiii"iihk(i his father, while his mother
looked up with astonishment depleted In
every feature. "Why, I heard mother t"ll
Aunt Hannah that stie hoped I wouldn't take
after vou, and so I tl ought I'd take my bis
cuit first." lloston Truncrtiit.
water power uniler
put down tho rent of
tlio head of curie ut ex.
Detroit Tost nml Tribunal
I have a llttlo girl, said Mr. Henry Dole, of
this city, In a conversation, who was troubled
wlthasercro Inmencisln herlegs, pronounced
bysomo Erysipelas, by othdm Ithoumntlsm.
I had tr.'il several remedies without elTecti
whon fwas Induced to apply Su Jacob's Oil,
and I am happy to say tiat tho use of but one
bottle cured her, and sho is now able 16 go to
The land agent worked for four hours
trying to Induce a man to omlgrHto to Da
kota by telling him how healthy It was out
there beforo ho found th man was a pro
fessional gravo-dlgger. JloMbU J'ont.
Unrry ! New.
Mr. John Etr.cnsperger, innnufacturlng
Jeweler of North Attleboro', Mns., lately
communlcatod to us the following! L suffered
so much with pains In my arm, that at times
I was completely helpless. I used that In
comparable remedy St, Jacobs Oil and was
completely cured as It by msclc.
Tun Now York .Jirff says tho only remedy
for a lady of sliort statur'o is to got spliced as
soon us possible.,
fin flnml I'l-riichlnO'.
No mau can do good Job of work, preach
a good soiinon, try n law suit well, doctor a
patient,- or wrlto a good article when ho feels
mtserublo and dull, with sluggish brain and
ulistcHdy nerve, and n oil 0 should make tha
attempt In such 11 condition then It can
be so easily and cheaply removed tiv a
lltfle Hop Hitters. See other column. AKhuiu
Gloves are worn very lonfc now by poopla
who cauuot afford to buy now ones.
Fncta Aliout ICheiiiiintlnm.
Mrs. General Slierma'i biivh: "I havo fre
quently purchased Durang's Ithcumatlc Horn
edy for frloms sulIeiMig with rhoumattsin.
and In overy Instance It worked liko magic."
General Logan, United titatos fcenator.
writes: "Somo years ago I was troubled
more or less with rheumatism, and have been
a great sulTeror in tho last year with sumo
disease. I beau to take Durang's Hheu
matle K"incdy, and am Batlslied that I havo
been cured .by its use. I recommend it to all
Hon. John Cessna, lato moinbar at Con
gress from l'onnsylvanla. writes: "Iu tho
space ot twelve hours niy rheumatism was
?;one, havmg taken three doses Durang's
thcumatlc Itomedy. My brother, of lied
ford, reunsylvunla, was cured by a similar
It absolutely cures whon everything olso
falls. Mold by every Druggist, fiend for
frco pamphlet to H. 1C llolphoustluc, Waslt
Ington, D. C.
Jlcectied (Vinu Orutli.
William J. Coughlan, ot Somervlllc, Mass.,
savs: "In tho full of 18711 1 was taken with a
violent blttdtnffvf theluuus, followed by a sovero
cough. I was admitted to tho City 'Hospital.
While there tlio doctors said I bad a bole in my
left lung as big as a half dollar I gave un hope,
but a friend told me of Du. W.M. Ham.'b Ual
8AM roil this 1.UNOS. I got a bottle, when to
my surprise I commenced to feci better, and to
day I teiil In better spirits than I have tho past
three years. I wrlto this hoplngthat every una
a filleted with Diseased Lungs will take Du. Wm.
Hall's Halsam ron.Tfiin Lunob, and be con
vinced that C'ONttUMITlON CAN III! CUItlU)."
Also asurerenledv for1 Colds, Coughs, and all
Chest and Lung Diseases. Bold by druggists.
MRS. LYOIA L FINk'HAM, OF LYNN, MASS,
LYD3A E. PBNKHAM'S
Tho I'osltlvo Cnro
tmr nil thoaerlnful Ooniplatnta and IVrnVncitct
aoeoiumon toourbeat fvuiule population.
It will euro entirely tho worst form of Female Com.
plaints, all orarlan trouble, Inflammation and Uleern.
tion, Falling and Dlaplacemnnti, and tho rontequenl
Hplnal Wcaknew, and la particularly adapted to tha
Chango ot Mfo.
It will dlasolvo and rxpcl tumors from the toterui in
an early Uco of development. Tho tendency to can
ocroua hufnuratheroli checked very speedily ly lUtiso.
'It remorea falntnewt, flatulency, dettroyioll craving
f or MlmulantR, and relieves weaknesa of thaitomach.
It cure Bloatlntf, IJeadachca, Nervous lYoatratlon,
Oeneral DebUity, Sleoplcisnum, Heproeuion and Indl
goKtlon. That feeling of bearing down, eaunlnfr patn, weight
and IxtckarJie, Is always wrnianently cured by Its uso.
It will at all times and under all circumstances act In
harmouv with the laws that govern tho f emalo systi m,
ortho euroof Kidney CompUlnU of either ox this
ComKiund Is unuunnuwd.
J'?.1. V" '''SKHAM'H VEOETAni.E COM.
roUNDU prepared at 20 and 23S Western Avenue,
r'.l".- ''riceSU fltx bottles for J.S. Bcntbyioall
In the form of pills, also in tho form of lorennes, on
rtcelpt of prlco, l per box forelthcr. Mrs. I'lnkharn
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. Address as abov Mention thtt Jixr.
,,IJom.,.,r.,hou,d without LYDIAK. MNKIIAM'S
UVKH 1ILL3, They euro constipation, hlllouuictia,
and torpidity of tho liver. 15 cents dot box.
Bvld by MORRISON, PLUUUEU k CO., CbUago, 111.
sToxc UJUuiz rnr jjnvaawrm.
Texas Land Wanted.
Havo you a lnrK tract of good Texas land to sell
cheap? Owners only send Ideation and prleu to
11. QllAVKB, ur.O Third Ave., New York City.
gconO. is A. It. It,, Owlght,
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111. rJrJloiU IVe.
hao Im'ii laively
tostitnohy to Its
with InhalliiL' ntin.initilH and
discovery und aTiUKt ruvnnt of most
SENT FREE ! n. M'rratiso oil
your anigglst lor ItccKllng's UUeslAl CNtllKMnf Hew York, or, Tricks and Trnpsof the
Koop it in house in case of accidents. I O artiatMrinipolis,rxpoes all swindliv, htimiinm anX
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m tik. w .w m vr. -b
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ADMINISTERED BY INHAUTI0N.,,oonDflil85,j.XaBAwi
Dr. It. II. Clark. Smith Hero. Vt ,mj. ''In cahc
of Kidney Troubles It haw acted llkn n charm. It
h cuiiNl mnny vcr IiaiI tnxvn of l"Uoit, ml ha
ncrcr fslUxl to net rfllclrntlr,"
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