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T? HE HERALD.
J Alt eomtnmiteattOM for this departmnt mt
fc plainly rittea on om ld of the paper,
amata no personal or Improper allusions and
b accompanied with thm writer's But. name
though It i.ed not DM&ssarlly bfl signed to tlie
artlote written. CorrecpotxleaU en do m thry
tike about that, bat must Inform us privately
of tbeir real names.)
Thxes Gkoves, March Sd, 1877.
Ed. IIeeald: I think, that the
Threa Groves Keporter has cone back
on the Letter Box somahow or other,
or the readers of the Herald will
probably think so by his not writing
regularly, so I thought that a" lew lines
from this part would cheer them up
once more. Last Thursday evening
the people of this neighborhood and
Ticinlty had a grand festival at the
brick school-houaa for the purpose of
raising funds to be donated to the Rev.
'' Hull of this circuit. By the kindness
' of friends I was invited to attend and
ef course went. Arriving at the school
house pretty early we had a chance to
note all the proceedings. First thing
" of any importance to be noticed wa3
the committees; they were busy, pre
paring the tables and emptying out the
well filled baskets which had previous
ly arrived, and spreading their contents
thereon. From the looks of the good
eatables that were planed before us,
such as pies, cakes, chickens, turkeys,
oysters, peaches and other things too
numerous to mention, we should judge
that the people of this place were not
grasshoppered very bad last year, and
always have plenty to eat. After sup
per was over an hour was spent in auc
tioning off a few large handsome cakes
which sold to the highest bidder, bring
ing a neat sum, and the purchaser be
ing none the worse off.
By this time the post office was
opened, Mr. Isaac Corea acting as Post
Master; it was very interesting for the
young ladies and gentlemen to receive
letters from their sweet hearts by pay
ing 10 cts. postage, and then find noth
ing in them only a blank sheet of paper
or pretty near it. The attendance' was
not as large as expected on account
of bad roads, rainy and disagreeable
weather. Receipts of the evening
were announced to be $30.60, which,
after expenses are paid, will be present
ed to Mr. Hull for his future wants.
Well, we have spun our letter out to
a considerable length and must close
for this time. Yours, &c,
THE NEW SENATE.
The Members Chosen to the Upper
Branch of the ForU-flfth Congress.
The following is the United States
Senate as it will convene to-day in spe
cial called session for the transaction
of executive business:
. There will be. Republicans. 39 ; Dem
ocrats, 85; Independents, 1; vacancy,
1; total, 76. The figures before each
n&me indicate the year in which the
Senator's term will expire. Those
who were Senators during the term of
the Forty-fourth Congress are marked
wim a star ('). The seat or liustisw
I 1 f 1-V" a T IMi ir i .i n . T 1 Via asv-..
tested by Wm. Pitt Kellogg, Republi
can, and that o,f M. C. Butler, Demo
crat, South Carolina, by D. T. Corbin,
Republican. The vacancy held to ex
ist is Louisiana, for the "term ending
in 1879, has not been filled by the Dem
ocratic Legislature of the State, but
James Lewis has been chosen for the
place by the Packard Legislature.
1R79 G. E.Kpeucer, K. i?l B. K. brute. H.
1883 J. T. Morgan, D. 18.3 L. Q. C. I -a mar, D.
1879 S. W. Dorse v. R. 179 L. V. Bojry, D.
18?3 A. H. Gaiiaiid, D. 1831 F. M. Cockrell. D.
CALIFORNIA. NEW HAMPSHIRE.
1S79 A. A. Sargent, It. 1879 B. Wad'eigh. R.
18 31 N. Booth. R. 18S3 E. II. Rollins. K.
COLORADO. EW JERSKY.
1R81 J. B. Chaffee. K. 1U T. P. Randolph,!.
183 H. M. Teller. R. JSS3 J.R. Mcl"herson,I
COKHETTICtT. KF.W YORK.
179 W. H. r.armim. D 1079 It. Conkling. It.
1881 V- W. EatoD. D. 181 F. Kernim, I.
1. F. H:iyard. I. !! A. S. Paddock. K.
1583 E. baulsbuiy
1883 a. Maunders, ti.
137!! J. I. Jones. Tt.
181 V. Sharon, K.
1ST!) S. B. t or.ovvr. R.
1881 C. A. JoxF.S, 1M
lrr J. P. ;urUon, D.
1S83 C H. Hill, 1.
1R79 R. J. Oclesbv. R,
1883 lavid Davis, I.
lf79 O. P. Morton. R.
179 A. S. Merrimon.D.
1S33 M. V: Ransom, U.
1879 J. Sherman. E.
iwl A. G. Thunaan.D.
V?: J. H. Mitchell. R.
1881 J.E. McDonald, I.16J I.. B. G rover. D.
1879 W.B. Allison. R. 17f H. Cameron. R.
1883 8. J. Kirkwood, R.lwi W. a. Wallace, I
KAlfSAS. RHODE INLAND.
1(C9 John J. Intralls, R.181 A. K. i:uir.Mde. It.
1883 r. B. riunib, R. 1883 II. B. Anthony. K.
KKMTVCKY. SOXTTH CAROLINA.
170 T. Old reery.D.l?7 .1. J. Patterson. R.
1883 Jas. B. Beek. It. 1863 M. V. Butler.'D.
IS&i J. B. Enstla,
J. E Hailey, D.
I. G. Harris, i).
S. B. Alaxey, D.
Kichard Coke, It.
J. 9. Morrill. It.
G. J. EiiinuaJs, E.
R. K. Withers. D.
J. W. Johnson, D.
18X1 II. Hamlin. R.
18S3 J. . Blalue. R.
1879 H. Uennis. I.
181 W. f. Wbyte. D.
1S1 H. L. Davies. R.
1S3 Geo. F. Hoar, K.
111 I T. Chjut'ncy.il.lB(n V. Hereford. D.
lMa T. VV. f ernr, K. 183 H. G. Daria, D.
18M S.J.K. M'Mili'ri.K.lg:? T. O. Howe, F.
vm. indoiji, K.K-81 A. Cameron, K.
A gentleman who stammered from
';,Ai ; f.ii almost tip to manhood gives
a ver s:np!e remedy for the misfor
itii "(lu ir.io a room when yon will
Le quiet hnd alone, got rt book that will
interrst but not excite yoti, and sit
down and read two hours aloud to
yourseif. keeping your terth together.
Do the same thing every two or thre e
dayg, or once a week if very tiresome,
always taking care to read slowly and
distinctly, moving the lips but not the
teeth. Then, when conversing with
others, try to speak s slowly and dis
tinctly as possible, and make up your
mind that you will not stammer. Wei!,
I tried this remedy, not having much
faith in it. I confess, but willing to do
anything to cure myself of such an an
noying difficulty. I rend for two hours
aloud with my teeth together. The
first result was to make my tongue and
jaws ache, that is while I was reading,
nd the next to make m feel as though
something had loosened my talking ap
paratus, for I could speak with less dif
ficulty immediately. The change was
so great that every one who knew ine
remarked it. I repeated the remedy
every five or six days for a month, and
then at longer intervals until cured."
There re female p:e!:-pockets iu Bal
timore so handsome ar.d lady-like that
it is a pleasure to have them get away
with your watch.
"Even in the hardest times clocks em
ploy their regular number of luirids.
Summary of Week's News on Cabinet
An extra session of the Senate was
called on the 0th at noon, ami has been
at work ever since. The nomina. ions
of President Hayes for his Cabinet
were sent in on Tuesday and are in
full as follows: Sve of .State, Evarts;
Sec. of Trt.tswrv, Sherman ; Sec of la-'
terior.Carl Schuiz; Sec. of War.MeCra-
ry. of Iowa; Sec of Navy, Thompson,
of Indiana; Attorney General, Devens.
of Mass., and Postmaster General, Key,
Sherman was confirmed almost im
mediately, but the others were sent to
their proper committees and delayed;
Evans and Schurz seemed to stick in
the craw of many Republicans, Schurz
fought Grant so bitterly, and Evans
has been a Liberal. Key was also ob
jected to. being a southern Democrat.
On Friday they were all confirmed,
however, except Evarts and Key, and
there is no doubt but they will be.
Public opinion will not sustain Repub
lican senators in opposing Mr. Hayes
nominations. The best sentiment says
give him a fair trial, if he has appoint
ed bad men be will find it out soon
There is no truth In the report that
the new President would recojrnize
the Nicholls government in Louisiana
or the Hampton rule in South Carolina.
He says matters must stand as they
are until he can thoroughly investigate
The following is the law passed at
the last session of the Legislature to
aid in warding off the grasshopper rav
Be it enacted by the Legislator of the
State of Nebraska :
Skc. 1. Thai the supervisors of each
road district in this State shall, at any
time when the grasshoppers shall have
hatched out, and iefore the same shall
become full-fledged and able to fly, no
tify each able-bodied male resident of
hi district, between the ages of six
teen nnd sixty, to perforin two days'
labor at such time, and at such place,
and in such manner as shall by said
supervisor be deemed most efficient in
the destruction of the grasshopper.
Said notices shall be given in the same
manner as is provided by law, for the
notice to worfc on public highways.
Sec. 2. Ciiies of the first and sec
ond class shall bo ftoverned by the pro
visions of this act; and it shall be the
duty of the mayor of such cities to ap
point, not exceeding two supervisors
for eacli ward, to oversee- the labor to
be performed under the provisions of
Sec. 3. In case it shall appear th:t
two days' work is not biifik-ient o :--troy
the grasshoppers in any i. li
or ward, and it shall further . a
that more time can be profitably u
ployed in the destruction of the gr.iM--hoppers,
supervisors of such ward or
road district may require from ;he per
sons liable to the provisions or tins
act. not exceeding ten days labor in
addition to the time hereinbefore men
tioned, and itsball be thndtity of such
supervisors to give each person who
shall have performed labor under the
provisions of this section, a receipt for
the number of days labor performed,
and the supervisor shall upon oath, re
port to the city or county authorities
the names and amount of labor per
formed by each person.
Sec. 4. It shall be the dntv of all
persons subject to the provisions of
this act to attend when- notified as
herein provided, and labor under the
direction of the supervisor of their
respective district or ward. Any per
son who. after being notified, shall re
fuse, neglect, or fail to comply with
the provisions of this act, shall forfeit
and pay to the county or city treasurer,
as the case may be, the sum of ten dol
lars Together with costs of suit which
sum shall be collected by suit before
any justice of the peace within the
county in an action to be brought in
the name of the city or county.
Sec. 5. The supervisor shall report
under oath, to the city or county au
thorities, the names of all j ersons who
have or shall have refused or failed to
comply with the provisions of this act.
Sec. 6. The tines collected under
the provisions of this act, shall go to
the school fund.
Sec. 7. This being a case of emer
gency, this act shall take effect and be
in force from and after its passage.
But VY here's the Cat.
The skeleton of a cat walked
I? van's store at Iloeokns Hyan,
Ins he, bawled out. Mickey, did I
tell you a month ago to fade that c 't a
pound of mate a day till ye had her
'You did, and I'm just after fadiu
her a pound.'
'Has that cat ate a pound this mor
Shure, I think its a lie yer tellin.
Bring me that scales. Now bring me
The cat turned the scales at exactly
'There didn't I teil you she ate a
pound of mate this mornin?'
All right, me boy; there's yer one
pound of ma'.e, but where the divil's
the cat?' N. Y.Muil.
It is stated that a week's work in
Birmingham (Eng) comprises, among
its various results, the fabrication of
14, 000. 000 pens, 6, 000 bedste-ads, 7, 000
guns, 300,000,000 cut nai!s. 100,000.000
buttons, 1,000 swIdleH, 5,000.000 copper
bronze coir.;'. 20,000 pairs of spectacles.
6, tons of paper machine w sires, over
20,000 worth of jewelry, 4.0C0 miles of
ircn and steel wire, 10 tons of pins, 5
tons of hair-pins ami hooks and eyes,
1C0.00O gross of wood screws. 500 tons
of nuts and screw bolts and spikes. 59
tons of wrought iron hinges. SoO miles
length of wax lor vestas. 40 tons of re
fined metals. 40 tons of German silver,
1,000 dozens of fenders, 3.500 bellows,
800 tons of brass and copper wares
these, with a multitude of other arti
cles, being exported to almost all parts
of the civilized world.
Madam MoMabon, the wife of the
President of France, is a very benevo
lent lady, who takes real interest in
her poor, and is an active manager and
correspondent, as her well covered
desk, substantial ebony inkstand and
gumpot testify. Her "sitting-room is
also a work-room. The dominant piece
of furniture.is a substantial writing
table, fit for a busy secretary of state,
at which she conducts the correspon
dence of the mitres, and funds of
which she is president and patron, with
a vigor a'most equal to that of the au
gust exile for whose dowager days this
mngnificent suite of rooms was design
ed. The card-table and sofa beside the
burrau are for the eiarte which hus
band and wife quietly play together,
when :m evening at home and without
visitors can be snatched. The Mar
siial i not a 5rtniJiou.- man, but a sol
dier and a sportsman, who takes light
ly and gayly to amusements, enjoys
billiards and hi3 pipe with his children
about him, and is content over a game
at cards with his wife afterward..
OUB FRONTIEtt CO. LETTER.
Er. Hekalu: Since Feb. lowi we
have been cug.tged more or less of the
time in making syrup and ugar from
the box-cider tree juice. 1 nevt-r knew
no long a aap season, but this freezing
and thawing is very favombla for the
business. We consider the syrup equal
j to maple, and "the sugar is even
as it is lighter colored, though of course
the maple juice is the sweetest. -
March certainly did not "come in like
a lamb" this year, as on the morning
of the 1st a dense fog surrounded us,
entirely concealing objects not- over
two or tbree hundred yards distant,
gradually changing to a sprinkle ef
rain and finally to snow, which, how
ever, soon vanished. There is now
some prospect of more settled weather.
The tideof immigration has not. as
yet, reached us, although we look for
settlers every day, who have b-en here
and returned for their families. Arc
very happy to see the people of Cass
paying so much attention to Mr. G.
Hopper. I think they have hold of the
right wire this time.
Herewith I send a drawing of a nat
ural curiosity which is growing on my
farm. I think your artist can do jus
tice to it.
Yours with respect,
A. L. Child.
As the Herald artist is un-get-at-able,
we give a short verbal description
of the natural curiosity alluded to; it
consists of two hack berry trees, con
nected by a limb, which is so perfectly
joined to either tree that it is impossi
ble to tell from which it grew. -Ed.
HARK THESE FACTS
The Testimony of the Whole world.
"I liad no appetite ; Holloway's Pills gave
n:e a hearty oui."
"Your Pills are marvellous."
"I cen for another box. and keep them In
"Ir. Hollowiiy has cured niy headache that
1 gave one of your Tills to my babe for chol
era morbus. The dear little thing got well id a
"My nausea of a morning Is now cured."
'Your box of Holloway' Ointment cured me
of noise in the head. I rubbed foine of your
Ointment behind the ears, and the noise U.ii
"Send nie two boxee ; I want one for a poor
"1 enclose a dollar ; your price in 25 cents, but
the medicine to me la worth a dollar."
"Si'nd me five boxes of your pills."
"Let me have three boxes of your pills by re
turn mail, lor Chills and Fever!"
1 have over 2o sucti testimonials as these, but
want of space compels ne u conclude.
For t'utaueous Olsordcrs,
And all eruption of the skin, this Ointnu-nt i
innsl invnlu tble. It d -es not heal externally
alone, but (t"i-tr ivt wi'li the imsft Mcarchiu
effect to i he v ry roo; of evil.
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I till OS Sot:.
nit. 1-0(1 into
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ie takris i
and tiif i:ii m i.t m
the sm iil of the Im'
- hi.lrevs, t
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tumid be well
1 1 1 1- r.
ntent will trive a'uu.st iiumciHate rclk-1 v lic!-.
other meant! have failed.
I'or MonEiicJi.s Out of Ol der.
No medicine will so effect uaMy improve ll.e
tone of the stom;ich as these Tills : they remove
all acidity oce:isioued either by iuteiiiperatice
or improper flirts. They reach the liver and re
duce it to a healthy act ion : they are ronle. ful
ly efficacious in cases f spasm in fact they
Dever fail iu curing all diboi iters of the liver and
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the bet kno.va in
the world for th following diseases: Ajiur.
Asthma. Bilious Complaints, Blotches on the
Skin, Bowels. Conpumpti n. Debility, Dropsy,
lysentery. Erysipelas. F.male Irregularities,
Fevers of all kiuds. t it.. Gout. Jlrad.iche. In
digestion, Inflammntiun. .lauxdico. Liver Com
plaints. Lumbago, i'iles, liheiiinatisui. ICftt'ution
of urine. Scrofula or King's Evil. Sore Throats.
Stone and Gravel, Tic-Doulwureux. Tumors.
Ulcers, Worms of ail kinds. 'Weakness from iv
1 I PORTA. T CAITIOS.
Tfone arc genuine unless t lie signature of J.
IIavdock, as agent for the Unites State, sur
rounds each box of Tills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will be given to tiny one ren
dering such information as may le:id'to the de
tection of any party orpaittescouitteilUinvr tli
medicines or vending the same, knowing theiu
to be spuriouj.
SoId at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway & Co.. Svvr York, and by all respectable
druggists and dealers in medicine throughout
the civilized world, in box s at L"5 cents, t2 cents
and $1 each.
fifThere U considerable saving by ts.kln;
the larger sizes.
N. 11. Directions for the guidanca of patients
In every disorder are affixed to each box.
OOiet.lU Liberty titreet, Xf w York.
BEST FARMING LANDS,
FOK SALE BY
3S. Mo. BL 3E5L
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Tears Credit at 8 per cent Interest.
Six Tears Credit at G per cent Interest,
and 10 per cent Discount.
Other Mtcrl llronnts Kr Cash,
Aieba.tr. en J'mrs and Krrishtst,
and Irrnilnm tor Improve
uientf. The loiea nnrl yehria Farmer, containing
full particulars, vv ill be mailed free to any pail
of the world on application to
LAND COMMISSION EK. B A M. R. R.
loyl Likol.n. Nkfkasha
SALE, FEED L1YEHT. STABLE.
At the old Hyatt Barn, (lately Jones' stable)
in riaitsmouth. Neb. Will keep constantly. on
hand a number of
Horses for Sale.
Th buvlnx and sailing of good horses made
the specialty of the business. A new
with gentle horses, for Ldie to drive Is Kept
at the SUibie.
FARMERS CALL AND EJT AMINE
MY STOCK FOR SALE.
11-yi. E. PARMELE.
ftrcat Mereaitt! foMejje. Keokuk, Io.a. on
the Mississippi, prof. Win. II. SLlb-r, i.eneral
Manager. Niiietfftith yaar. About sixty d'.-l-taus
pay all expenses, tor Membership, IJord
ami statiiinirry. llookkecrxT.s, Fiiiiii.-ii. ltepor
ters.p'rat'rs.Architecs.Sr.rvevors and Teaca
rs thoroughly fllte.i. Uuglish" branches free.
Free Lectures bv Eminent Orators. Fr Fes
tivals with Brass band in Collere Hall. Free
funmheri rooms for self boarding? Teleirraph
injifre. Short liand writiuy free. Cood board.
chibs. and fami;y hoard. ltailrod fare de
ducted. Irniueiir.e hiines. in Keokuk. Nova-
ration. Aldre n.srlii-srnHepf, Keokuk, Iowa,
htate where y.u smw this advertisement, llyt
For Tbroat. Lungs. Asttur. and Kidteys.
Forest Tar Solution.
Or Inhalation for Catarrh. CooanmpUoD,
Forest Tar Troches,
or Fore Throat, Hnarsetiesa, Tickling Conga ud
furifyiiig the Bruala.
Forest Tar Salve,
or fleahnir Irdoleat Sores, dcon, Ci,
forest Tar Soap.
y or ( uippf J i;antl". Fslt Bbenm,SUa Diaeaaem,
B the 1 oiiel uaiX Hum.
orest Tar Inhalers.
or lobsUog for Catarrh, Cotiaomptioa. Aathma.
For Mt by mtt Irn-ppr.
Ti tandard remedies for all diseases of the
:.. i.'-w.':sfiVi I'Ulmonio Sybuf,
:i V 5?A t L.e.O I ONIC, HUd TM K NCK Vl
; luLH, and if l&keit before tLe
lui.gM are utwtr . yed, a speedy cure is effected.
To llif.se threw medicine Dr. J. 11. Schenck
of I'utladelphia, owes hia unrivalled sucecsa la
the treatment K pulmonary diseases.
The Pulmonic- yiup ripens the morbid mat
trln the Iurks ; nature throws it off by au easy
expectoration, for whe. tho phlegm ot matter
ts rlp a slight eoneli will throw it off. the pa
tient has rest aod the lungs begin to heal.
To enable the pulmonic syrup te do this,
Schenck's Mandrake Pills and SchencX'a Idea
Weed Tonic must be freely used to cleanse, the
stomach and liver. Seheuck's Mandrake Pills
act on the liver, removing all obstruction, re
lax the gall bladder, the bile stalls freely, and
the liver is soon relieved.
Schenek.s sea Weed Tonic is a getitle stimu
lant and alterative ; the alkali of which it is
coitipoaed mixes with the food and prevents
.Houiiup. It ansiuts the digestion by toning up
th stomach to a healthy condition, so that the
food aud Pul. mite Syrup will make eoo.1 blood :
then the luiiffs heal, and the patient will surely
rot well If rare is taken to prevent Iresli cnlil
All who wish to consult ir. Schciu k. either
personally or by letter, can do so at his priuci- i
pal oftice, corner of Sixth and Arch Sts., Phila-
delpma, every monaay.
Schenck's medicines are sold by all druggists
throughout the country. 4J19
atl-jtn tut i LZ3i
tS9 " fi
Bed L" ""!
O. P. JOHNSON,
ALSO OKALKIi IX
Latest Vnhl ieat ious.
I fcei-ri.TiMM Careftallj" 4'iHptuiid'i)
by an lixperleiiced Drussit.
REMEMBER TIIE PLACE.
COR. FIFTH rf- MAIN STREETS
Choice Wines, Liquors.
DEER, ETC ETC.,
Cheapest Place in Town.
Vof' Ale on Grauyht w hy th Bottle.
Families Supplied by th Dozen.
39t4 P. D. MURPHY.
Wagon. ltuggt, Marhinr and I'loio v j
pairing, and gunrrql jo'ohwj.
I iimjiow prepared to d" :ii! kirni. ui" rep.iiriri;;
of farm am: hi ii-r in;:c:iine; y. ;is tiitie
ii a .h liithc in n;y shtip.
PINTER P. AC EN,
The old Reliable Waroa Maker
h.istaKen ''lafjie of tLc -.vai.n shop.
lie h well Unown as a
SO. 1 'VO'r'.KM A N.
Xew M'wronti Ituarjies. mad to
S T1FA1'TTV.V fi'OA RAT.'TKF.U.
Shop on Sixth strtet. 'rpeiic SiieigUl's Stable.
W. D. JOKES'
NEW LIVERY STABLE,
Tke RON.VER STAPLES !n Ttatttfraouth
Neb., have Juit ben leaded lv Dr. Jones, aad
be wilt open a Etw snd hand.sov llverv on and
after this dt. The tinost ar.d l-est af hoic i
ami crriaces aiwayt. r.-a.iy to i-.t.
SADDLE IIOII.SX3 CITEAP.
Horses kept for Sale
or to Trade.
HORDES TRAINED AND BROKE.
I desire to cive notice ttiHt I have n rrc.
handsome biiek barn, with plenty of room fi
horses and w.ir,is. I cmu put "f:rniers stivk
:ii I wajjous, loads of grain or anvthbis all nn
.tiTt ivr. ii the dry. Kemeinber this.
I'ha-iklnw niy o:.' T-tnns fur t!iO' Tra"v
f;i'i-rs. f solicit tlicr trude I" t! 't 'tv '-i .
SHl 'iiC;! 1 can m-eo :;ril)d:': '
tif tttrbv iht-n: 'ipr '..
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JLolk out fm SSargahBS.
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Horse, 3iule & Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll s!ue anythinjf that lias
rVur ftrt. from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Corue and see us.
on Fi'th St.. between Main and Vine Struts
u:,t ross ibecoru.r from the yew liSKAl.l'
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will fiH this.
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