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EeFECiiL Nmcr.. Ml job work must
be paid for on ilt-'.iverv.
PrOcn- J. M. Thayer pavwl up on
tie Caloradj lat Saturday morning.
"The expenses cf the Government
during the j-Mi Jear amount to $1,200,
000,000. -The corner stone of the Soldiers'
Monument ut i iVltThur,? was Uid on the
4Ji with iriifo-iin,'; ceremonies.
f-JL. Orldinp ha9 removed his cloth.
in est;ib',i-!:nient to firt door west of the
I Jeralp office. Look out for nn adv't.
QTWhat about that side-walk ar
rangment? We have not heard of nnv
ftps boinp; tftlcn in thiit direction vet.
(TTTli?. Governor ;f Minnuri has is
eued hi- proclamation annonncinz the
i)Ftion of ihs n:w Constitution, tiiking
tSTect Jul 4:h.
C"(jiale, the Alutntmn rtsaiin, has
been removed frin tiie M Capital pri
oa'at Washington, oni remanded to Ala
Laraa for trial.
VV. I). (j;ige has removed his boor
and ho shnp to the harness shop of M
B. Murphy, wiiere hn is prepared to ac
commodate his numerous customers.
fThe TreaMirv ! i:irtmtnt has now
cash etiouz'i on hand to pay nil coin-in
lorpnt on (t iTornrnf-nt si-i-untics falling
due prior to February noxt.
jC''. It. l. Livinzton, of this ci
tv, ha? hern promoted to Brigadier Gen
eral. The (lenornl has dono good ser
vice in the overthrow of the rebellion,
and the promotion is wtt'.l deserved.
fjV"Tha receipts from Internal Rev
nue for the fi'C il year ending June
lf'Y, are oEoialiy reported at 209,311.-
. ISO 'JS. This does not include the tax on
'National I5;ink currency.
-- - ! '
1 C"Thc number of money-order Post,
flice h'is been increased from '260 to
420, principally at the west. The sys
tem is to be extended to the Pacific
iyYanke Robinson's Big(.'') show
exhibited lure on Saturday last. A
large number f-f people was congregated
to see the sights. We think the people
of Cass county have been humbugged
ufUcieutiy for this xea4u, particularly
in the circus lln-..
CFrierjJ Heser left on our board
(which w4 usefora table) a beautiful
Verbena pbtnt, also a Musk plant, for
which favor we are truly thankful. Mr.
II tins i o.tt v.'irity of dowers and or
namental plants at his garden, near Mt.
Pleasant, embracing soma of tho rarest
rpecluens in th west.
it ie icarn inai wie uweiiing oi a.
it i . i - . t i it- . .
T. i-iiiitb, Esq., was struck dy lightning
a few days 6ince, doing some damage to
what ext-.-nt we are not informed.
Lvcry iiOus? in this country, wlo-r.; m:
eidents nra so frequerit, should have a
We give room in to-days paper for
a lengthy communication from J. tJ. Mil
ler. Wo haruly deem the subject under
discussion of sufficient importance to
jj-tify nny particular attention; but as
.Mr. M.iler's stateme.its on the 4th have
been wcefu'Iy d storted, we think it but
justice to give Lim the opportunity of
GT"Ih treasury Cags, on of which
was torn by tho spar of the assass-iu
Booth, the other bing in the grasp of the
. President when he was (-hot, togetner
' with tl.e female topry worn by Jeff.
Davis at the time of his c ttpure, h;ive
been forwarded to Milwaukee for exhibi
tion at the soldiers' home fair to I. a hel.t
5?"H"e are infrmd by As.?ssor F.
M. Porrington that ull receipts for Ex
pressed good require a two cent revenue
stamp Such being the case, we would
ay to those having received goods by
r xpre.-s, you would do well, and save the
fne imposed by the Bevenue Laws, by
ttftDip;Dg thera immediately.
C3?"Crops never looked better in Neb.
.than at the present time. The wheat
crop promises to be very heavy, unlets
tho late rains t-hould produce rut. We
notice several fields in the vicinity of
Plattsmouth that are so far Advanced
that r n?t cannot injure them to any ex
tent in fact, some cf our farmers have
already commenced their harvest. From
present appearances, we should judge the
corn crops would be unusually good.
CVA few individuals troubled with
an over djse of "tangle footattempted
to create a disturbance at the circus last
Saturday, but were rather severely han
dled by the shtxrmen and afterwards
rres:cj by the city Marshall and fined.
Th-se lawless ,whoopin- rambord
wi.;arn directly tha: Pl.atsmcuth is
wnot tUbest place in the world to -kick
up a row" unie;,s thev warU tQ le taJten
in Out of the wet.
CTWe have r-cived from the pub
lishing house ofv7m.J. D0m0rest)39
Beekman St. N. Y. a cor y of a prZr fe0n?t
"The National Jubilee." The words and
rausic were se.'ecfed from a l;irce number
cf contributions in repnse to an offer
of $100 for the lest National Sotg. The
words are by Carlos Wilcox, and tl,e
muic bj Konra 1 Treuer. Also a copy
gZTIt you wait eometbinj; n:oo and
cool, just drop in at Donlan's Drup
Store. Our friend Johnson haa a No 1
Soda Fountain in operation, and knows
how to wait on customers'
Joseph Cutzerin & Co. have open
ed a Marble Yard in this city, where
thev are turning out some of theft est
work to be found :n the west. Those
wiching to procure tombs-stones, or any
thing in the marble line, will do well to
give them a call, instead of sending
away from home They can furnish
vou with all conceivable styles of carving
nd eiiiuviiig, cheaper than it can
e- procured farther east. I'atronize
home manufacture, and thereby encour
age those who will assist in building up
the country. Read the advertisement in
5TThe Neb. First Hand left for Oma
ha last Saturday morning, on the Colora
do. Thy will long be remembered by
the people of CaBs County. It is hard
to End the same number of men togeth
er, who have been in the army three
years, so free of the prevailing vices
of the day as thtt members of this band.
During their stay in this city, they con
ducted tbemelvc8 with the utmost pro
priety, and were remarkable for their
irenth manl v conduct and sobriety.
Their leader, Mr. Vogt, has nn instru
ment of solid coin silver, presented him
by the officers of the regiment as a token
of the esteem in which he was held, both
as a gentleman and as a musician.
LCCAL ADVER. f IStM ENTS.
Earm for Sale
The undersigned offers for sale his
farm. coni-ting of lot) acres, '23 under
cultivation, situated 17 miies west of
Pla-ttsmouth. Also one span of horses
and a wiuon, farming utensil, &.C. For
particulars enquire of Win. Urwin, Glen-
dale V t).
July 10. ui.l. WM. SPENCE.
St Luke's Church and Rectory
At 12 in. on 20ih July lttj the time
for reeeivemg proposals for the erection
of a Church and Rectory for St Lnke's
Parish will expire.
Clerk of Vestry.
Taken up bv the Subscriber, living; 10
miles south of Plattsmouth, N. T., in
Liberty Precinct. Cass county : One
liright "Bay Mare with blaik mane and
tail; Kfc hind foot white up to the pastor
ioint; coll ar marks on each side of the
neck uboiit six im-hes long, bald faced
saddle mark on the right side about the
size of a dime. JNO. C. RAKES.
Julv I, 105 w3.
HISTOKY OF THE WAR I
The right kind; just such as mot ev
erybodv say they want all in one vol
ume NM pages, beautiful steel plate
engraving, well bound in leather, gilt
backs, uiarble edire, all for 4, will be
ready by 1st of Oct. rext.
FRANCIS FORCES, Agt.
P. S. All of my old subscribers will
have the above history at a in re triti
above cot of second volume, (it being
the same history). F. F.
FOR SALE !
Tli'rty durable business and resi
dhnce LOTS IN" r-LATTSMOUTII.
Ten thousand acres of prairie and tim
LAND IN CASS COUNTY.
Terms to suit cash purchasers.
Real Kit tm- Anient,
June S, m3 Court II. him;. Plat ui.uth.
The Copartnership heretofore existing
under the firm of Cage & Poisal, is this
dav desolved by mutual consent.
vm. i. ;ace
Plattsmouth, June, 24, 1jo3 w3.
The Lusiiiesa will hereafter be con
ducted by W. I). Gage.
Taken up by the Sub-criber residing
three miles Smith of Piattrimoath, Cass
co.. N. T.. on the 17th day of June,
t lf'io, ons Dark Bay Horse, l4 l-'2 hands
1 h;in, nramlea C urii on ciicn snouuier,
hail a heailt:j.ll on when found, is about
liv years old The owner is hereby re
quested to call, prove property," pay
charges and take him awav.
C. II." THOMAS.
June 21 w3.
ESTRAY II OK siT
Taken up by the Subscriber, in his en
closure, one mile South of Ilock Bluff,
on the morning of the 10th of June, 1865,
a Dark Cay Horse, four years old, ab ut
Iti hands high, with a white spot on the
forehead, a snip on the nose, white nind
feet, shoes on behind, h.-id been shod be
fre,col!ar marks on tfie nerk and shoul
der. On the night of the 19th, he was
stolen, and recovered ag.iin in Savannah,
Mo., and returned to me the morning of
the 27th inst. The owner is requested
to come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take him awn v.
June 27 w3.
Taken up by the subscriber, on his
enclosed premises in Louisville prscinet,
Cass county N. T., aout twelve miles
west of Plattsmouth, on the 2It inst.,
one iron gray horse, about 13 1-2 hands
high, anil supposed to be about four
years old. no marks or brands perceiva
ble. The owner ia requested to prove
propertv, pay charges nnd take said an.
iraal away. CllAS. II. DUUFKE,
Plattsmouth, Juoe 22, 1805.
Notice to Road Supervisors.
You will each be furnished with a copy
of ih Road Law of Nebraska, in which
your powers and duties are defined, bv
calling at the olSce of the Countv Clerk
or Cass county. li. SPURI.OCK,
June 23. Co. Clerk.
For Sale Cheap At the Store of
Klcpser &. Wise, one copy of "The
Washington Map of the United States,"
published in r03. Call and see iK.
Boots & Shoes A large lot just re
cieved by, Amison, Dotet & Co
Pistols A large lot- jast received
by AstisoK, Dotet Sr Co.
. ...CHEAPEST YET!
TTm. ITerald, corner of Main af73"5ec
ond Ptrepts, is still selling. Groceries, Pro
vision r arm- itouucp, &cm. as low as
any lIoue in the West. Farmers who
have, produce to sell will do well to call
on him hefor disposing of their trade.
mi on , rj .
Patronir.o Home Institutions
All persons wishing to secure a sure
preventive from aarasge by lightning
will do well to secure one of those Star
Fluted rods, with Sprat patent Insula-
ters, and the best p.ated Points. All
work warranted. ' Leave orders at Mur
phy & Glern's 6hop, or with the under
signed. Having permanently located
in the Territory, I solictit your patronage.
J. S. vy A li.K3.
Clolhintr- If you want to buy Ready
Made Clothing, call at
mlw4 S. Bloom's.
Boots and Shoes. The best and
largest stock of Boots and Shoes at
mlw4 S. Bloom s.
Revolvers- A new lot of all kinds
of Revolvers received at
nilwl S. Bloom a.
The Best Assortment of Emigrants
out-fitting iioodti at
mlw4 S. Bloom's. '
Farm For Sale-
I hav a good farm for sale, consisting
of lG3 ncres ; 100 fenced, W under cul
tivation, and about C5 acres of timber.
It is situated i miles south of Platts
niouth on the mam thoroughfare to Ne
braska city. For particulars enquiie on
the premesis, or of Hiram Davis in this
A. M. 1'. Willi libit.
April, 2G m 1.
A Card to Invalids.
A Clergyman, while residing in South America as
mi.i(,inrv. discovrrfrl a sfe and (iiriile lemrdy
fir th-? cun? of Nervous Weakness Early lray.
Dis-eaw of th Uiinarjr aoI .Seminal Oigans, and
th whole traia of disorders brought ou hybaoeful
and viciou hal-i. 'ireat numbers hue been al
ready curel by Ibis noble remedy. Prompted by a
tie i e t . benefit ihe afflicted aod tin'ortuute, I will
srud the recipe fjr prepriu; and using thi medi
ciiie. in a healed eovel'ipe. to any one who needs it.
Five of Ch'troe.
Please jiulosi: a pot paid enlpe, adJresseJ to
Address JOSEPH T. IXUAJf,
June Station D. llible Hou-t
New Trk City.
Gents Furnishing Goods
&c, Sec, Sec.
Also a larsre lot of RFUBFR GOODS
and REVOLVERS always on band.
will find it to their bnefit to examine
my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Cash paid for Hides, Furs
Plattsmouth, Mav 25, tf
Hannibal St. Joseph,
ON MISSOI UI KIVKR.
Tri-welily Ihkrt (tlntiilirl nn-1 St. Jorpii R.
R Line) It-MVe Ciimhi. Coaa.-I BlulT-. I'latUtraouih,
Nehrasiia Ciy a pd iotr.nrdiAt i-lnt- for tt. Ju--pb,
Conuccl fig at St Jir-vpti with ir'DKoD H.-mnilol dJ
. J ei n K. K .
aod a living at.
la.np St. Joseph at 11:30 P. M
QUINCY, CHICAGO & ST- LOUIS
Oq nd after May loth, dail, and close connec
tion from St. J.i.rpb tn -Atrht.on. Welon. I.t-aTen-worth.
M yaoilutt'', Kansas City, Lawrence, Trp.-ka,
c., Tia Hatte Country It K. anil steamer Etnili(II.
A. St. J.wjih R. K. Lu.e.) Lrav-Si. Joseph b:'2n .
M., arrive nt Atchison at 6:30 A. M., W-ton 7:35 A.
M . Leavenworth .Oil A M., Wyandotte 10.00 A.
M., Kansas City 10:30 A. M., I awrence atS P. M.
T1IROI GH TICKETS tOK SALE
br Porer A IUuel Orna' a; D. W. Hltci.cork. Conn
cil B uff-; K.C.Lewis, Plaiixmoath; E. S. Hawley,
Nebr-iiaa City. Buy through t.tketj Dd ,aye mon
Rxtenxire repairs on the Kannihal and 't Joaeph
Raimiad, new irn tie a-.d additional rolling stock
eaabl ibero U off -r these iiuporlant changes to f
- ill tale travel hy this route.
C. W. Mead. Gkii'I Snperinleodent.
P. B Gro r. Gen'l Tii k-t A? nt
II. H. CVruraicur, (jen'l Height Arent.
Csrr. Rrrcs Ford, S jperintend;nt P.eket Lines,
t Jo eph. Mo. Julyl, 1?65.
tN E W
he sah.eribei- would reoeetfally call the atten
t too of tlie citizens of I'Utif m.iuth and thepubl: at
aiRO to tlHi I act that he ha located oie d"or eat of
D .relan's lmg Store, where he ioterds krepioc
on har d and m kit(: on the hortet aotice, eveiy.
article his line. Hi rt.k beinlt ejected by him
Ke.f. and baring -ent the ml of hi lire in the
business, he frcis condderit that he can giTe satUfae
tion. Uive him arcall.
April 10 -65. 'THOCKMORIOS.
ATTOHNEY- AT LAW,
pLATTSMorrH- -" Nebraska.
"O EEAPG GOBS ; -
Howe & Thatcher,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Boots and Shoes,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Villi NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Call before purchasing:, and
Examine Goods and Prices
If you do not buy, you will
OPPOSITE POST OFFCE,
PL ATTS 31 OUTil, N. T,
July 1, 1SG5. tf
We have opened a
PLATTE VALLEY HOUSE,
Where we are
Offering and are Selling
Usually found in the Provision Line,
We wish to buy all kinds of
For which the
will be paid
JSSTThose having such articles to sell
will da well to call and see us before
J. H. HEYSER& Co.
! M. B; MURPHY,
. ; Main St., opposite Plaits Vallej House,
PLATTSiWOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
lias on hand a large stock of
SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
BRIDLES- WHIPS, SPURS,
Curry Combs, Brushes, Cards, tfce.
Outfit a Mule
With everything in his line, on short notice.
My motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits.
Kepairins done at all times, at reasonable rates-
BLACK, BUTTERY & CO.,
Drugs, Medicines and Oils,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes and Perfumery,
Pure Wines and Liquors, for Medicinal use,
Dye Woods, Dye Stuffs,
Farmers, freighters and physicians
Will find our stock of Medicines complete. Warranted Genu
ine and of the best quality.
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Filled by Dr. Black
Plattsmouih, May 1st, 1865, tf
U ZJ, ir
; E. T. DUKE tfc Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Stoves, Tin, Sheet
AND STAMPED WARE.
V keep constantly on hand Emigrants and Freighters
Such as Camp Stoves, Frying Pans, Skillets and Lid', Ovens,
Camp Kettles, Sic. We also keep Chain Pumps and
Fixtures, I lydraulic Cement, Sad Irons, Fruit
iy'ans and Jars, Lanterns, Colfee 31iils &c.
Tin Roofing, Guttters and Spouting done on short notice, with
neatness and despatch. Are agents for the sale of Stew
art's celebrated Combination coal or wood Cook Stove.
Give us a call we will not be undersold Main St., South Side, between
Second and Third Streets,
PLATTSMOUTH. - - NEBRASKA-
K LEI 'SER. & WISE,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Coal Oil Lamps.
We ar alro for ih Buchanan Woolen
Mills, of St Jost-po, Ho., and tare now eo hand
CO"d abfortment of
FAKCT CJ. SSI HER ES,
TLAXXZLS, tc ,
which we have rfeetrrd eft cotnmiwioar and are
prepared to ezcaange for
WOOL OR CASH,
at Terr raeonff tne. w Gle a eall,
one door east vf the Kxftv&LP ofice, FUttunoatb,
M,jr t. tWV 4
or Horse Train
Retail Dealers in
and Fancy Articles Generally.
xv-lu rj. 1,1 A;;
Iron, Drass, Japaned
CIIAS. VOGT & CO ,
Cor. Main and 5th sts.,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
LEATflER AND IRON,
SADDLE ciSHOE LEATHER,
Findings and Tools,
WAGONS, PLOWS, &c
CSTdrders Promptly attended to.
t.-ii . r.Tp. W. Archer ni Alobonco
Archer iil tftka notice, ihst Jolm Larnurt and Ha
san Kiitaitd d. o-t tke-7;li d iy of June, A. D. IBM,
ftWtbeir bill of corrplan t in the Wstrirt CtBrt of
tb Sd Jadicial Uisti ict vithin Ho 1 f.r C County.
N T., against tne eaid Istb :l!n. ArcVkt, Oeorpe Ar-
cber aa Alj.Lonst A ret r. .lrfeii;ti.t','e't'i' g forth:
tbat one Iiarld L. Archer rv'ii ti the p!iiiUff. borsa
KAThiffli W-e oTtU-sid- J-tn-i-ii.art, ioaJollcUf .
-Witt hall IX or ine a uiu tan ii
North ba r 1-2 ofthi-t .e S iuIiE tst q i.rier 1-4
O' sec'ion ihinv ttrv 32 tnwii '2 'aa
fourteen 14 K 10 a ccun y, i.
h'ii ihit in tnikiii'iiu! the d-f?J of c-THveraieo,
Hi 1 David L. Ar. her made a niis;c; li d lindrd
different and o-her l.md to th -a d & aa tstiiarx
The said Arcber havinr s.ti- e dud, defradn.ta beinu
V... h.irm inrt n -Vint- Ihut -hi.I li.i Cuk tf CjntCt"
e.i, and tliat U mtiy be ilcr. d it at a M.-t.-r . f til s
! ut maVe ntiio the s .i i i!sn rr-F. .
aaiJ Drwiiwo, upon failure rf nefcn.!ai-t t Jn.iica
. ... . l :J I . V. ! . ...ll- . . A.-.
Il. (allie. AM 1H Uf i.a.A ,..n-.
W. Archer and Alp'ionno Aiclier, aie hetchy mt !led
ihatthea'e required to BJipt-ar and a imv.t said
biltof ciimoUints on rr befm-e the 4th day of October
A.D. IS65.it line tb'' ?-cfd day of I he next tc ra
of said C .u'rt, e jndifroent will reii.li.rtd . g-i:nl
ttictn accor Jtng lo pciumuere j.im.r.
EL'S AN tAiiaxr.T.
Dted June 7 IS05 w5
T. M. HtnqrcTr. S. for Conip ainm.n.
Samuel 11. E'.bert.
t iitue cf a iwcial tndi fjrr-ourx . lo m
dir'oteil irom tfc Ci-ile the l-i,'iict :.uf4 of ih
jl JudiciHl Distiicc wiibin uiii l r tlit? c--iiiitj-of
Oa Hiid I'Tiituiy cf S'-rr.ihH. r.,'aruii d il- 1)11
Ml du f JiiDb A. l. 1MJ3. i, tf nut.Tnr,. r, sheMif
in au l for Cam c mnty . i'.. wi l w.i yottc hoc
lin f ra-h, to llie fa eh?-t a" l lest bid.ljr, in limit
of ihe Court llou.- iu Hattsmouib, Lh-scumj S.
Saturday, theliiih dy cf July A. , lSoo,
at 12 o'clock M. of said djj", te K lioning .leribei
rtal ta.ie. tn wit .
The nnrth halltl Si of lut 10. ua. (1 :n ui..rK n .
tbii tv (31 ; M h.til (T 2) "I lot ri. iw.. (i, iu li...ci
lM in bn k moet ii (IS), awl H " "ol
olio bui drt-d m.d Miy-i (.io- "ll ;-
inei.t nod aprurte- hiic-F tuci 'ti ";c eionjr
iog, or in hi.v wiMi Pi ti t i um ; ll i..l mi.I K.is b
ing -ituateiliu itie tiiv ifl'iim in uth. a c-itimj-.
N. T. Taken h tlie 1 roperiy i I .v iu u i 11 r.i.n i u
satisfy a juilKfrnt-nt In f..v..r . f lui Jamiu .oduaui.
tineriff jmte, June ism, i-o--
' IV C.
Shprnf Caai Co.,N. T.
T. M. MAaavETT, Att'y f r Fl u"
Euaene C. Ha rinpton.
Bv rirtue of ipi'ial rfnWi'ii! erfonfts to me
directed from the IlKe of Hi.-CI rk ! Ilie iiir.ct
Cmrt ol t.o 2d JudiCi ! Li'tr.ct. w.liinanl f I'm
county of Onus, Nebraska IVrritory . b'i i.' d.i.o sU
dav of June. A. D. ISWi, 1, i!i; uu '-it.-ik'" 1. onei
iffmamlfor tin coui::y uf C.-s, v. T., will sell Rt
public mu lum. f..r c.i. Ii, lo ibf t.iuni-M " "
ler, in 'runt 01 111- tmri tum-f 11 x .a i -uivku ,
Cas cuuniy, Nebraftka Ter.itory, oh
Saturday, July l-3i'i, .1. D. lSC;,
at 12 o'clock M of said day, th f.illi-.viuj describe!
real tiite, i wit
Loin n five 15) an.l emiit (5) n r. ock uiir:y-uv.i
85). with all the tenement ana at.pn-tei.fC-
ih-raon or tlierfto oeionumK t hi i'h-' -tamin?
; all of said I- t In-iui? Mtinl.-i in Ih riij uf
flattmouth. en.- c.inniy .1. i iimen . mt -
erty of Eugeue C Haninnon t-i iti-fy a juuge
tnriit in favor ni v .1.. t. i i aiuurxuou.
therilT Otiice, June 1 j isii
l". r. ga-.-.
MirriS Cats Co. X. T.
T. SI. MarUcbtt, Att'y fur r.'tf.
"Unquestionably the best sustained
work of the kind in the World "
Critical noticr of Hi l"ref
It 1 the foiemoft Mpr.--e of fh i!ay. Th"Cic
never lis-1 a in.-re Jcli?htruT cinip in'un, "O' ih?
million a more euteriii ii-iuii iiioiil. U.an I14 p r 1
MaSiiliDe. .tuthixlist l'rutr.nt.:ut ,'a!iir;i re.)
The most poiu'ar Mou'h'y in tlicwoilJ. -V. I.
Wo must r-.'frr in trrms of i-nV - 1 ' - Iiijr'iOB"
and varied cxcellt-ni e f lln 'ni 't, JUn t.- jour
nal wilh a mi-utiiiy oiieul it on i.f r.'. oi - u
W .in a hose ru" are 10 li k-oii-1 o.' 'r.a
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