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Cyr. of F'fUi Street.
tf" A!'. AJVi'rlhiiis L'f.Ij J)cs (Jaartoriyj
tiT" Trans in. t Adren'.ineaW ui kl b liJ
JNO. A. HACMURPHY, Editor. J
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VOLUME XV. )
PLATTSMOfJTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 18S0.
ETC., FTC, ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Ot aul suss, ready made and aoij cheap for cash.
2r iLYii' HEARS 3
i--'-7-t5L C JUVi
13 XOW KEADY l'Oli btltVICi:.
ORGANS & PIANOS
Of Every iKvsari jdimi,
CHEAP FOE CASH.
WIN DO IV SUA PL' FIA'TURES,
Complete with Volh-r. for 2r.cts.
Lambrequin v'rindovr Shades.
An J ft Lw.tr variety ft '.'hau.?Slii!lei,
ef u.11 varieties.
VfHh wasj than!:1; f.r ist pitroiia. I
fcvi;e ttil to c;ll an.', examine lay
L.Vl'.iiK TO(.K OF
li ft FtSIXTS 't!: AM)
l. . o rri.u.-l !a.i. ft icl(h liufUt-i.ui
lvlai--a C Co., U Jitca j:-cr, t?t-7r Tori.
crt! --rtrr :"i;i ;t ei.d ai.,u
uiw p,. jki .ii ;. -ii a TX" it. rrnrti ?r h.i r -. -l or
l ; j-oq cr:l'y f: rr4-i". try it! Buy JS.
4c;v. .i.aAIl, V . " ) c.
tu M'?lil:r-rr.:!.I.'m f I l f'l.'trjtf
T. I r 'BC- -:J.l: '- f' r k- JT.C-. M W
('JTS:--! ' v l - - . ' t-irr.r 3
i.;iii!r. . -.:: ( - m.!.1: - ,i e..P tti i,:. i.
tfFer (be riin or Td te othr
g ir-rvgt b. E. MASSES i CO.,
cl ?,!lrV'? Kcrt.lr. H. T.
K ? I ?t H V u for ImpUIt
THE BEST REMEDY
Dlssascj or tlis T'cioat anl Lnnis,
DiHeasi-s cf tbe pnlmo
Kar organs arc so ju cv
r'i'.i'i hit!, tiuit a
e:fn ml re!iai!; rt-mcily
f-.r th-,i;i in invaluable
to every rouiiniiuity.
AiKii's Chkuhv ii:c
TOit al ii sui-h a rt'iuiily,
;. a?il no other no t-im-
'L- nentlv menM tue coiili
.J .i ..,...r r.f i.. .Mil.:;.. t
4iiliii.A ' is a s.-ifiiriiic coTiibiiia-
Iioji cl tiie liiedR-iiiul
yri.'i!":iles anl curative
-.it',- ' , litiivs ot ttie inu st
'jt'--'-: liruss, cboniicaliy uuiU
el, to injure tin? prrcaU
r iJ cr.t Jtf'SSlb'.O tiK leucy
PECTORAL. a 1 uiiifon-iity of re-
':T!eiari8 as well as invalal to use it with
' ...i.i.leuce. It i.s the most rt-Siabio remedy
.'T ii:.ea.ie of t;jo throat ancl lunpis that sci
.".v ha produi-ed. It strikes at the fnun-ti-stiori
of ail pji'.nionary ois?s;se, affording
:,.-.:ipt an 1 ceitahi riief, a:;J is adapted to
: r.tienti of any :sa or -i!i:er rx. Being
, rrv ji-il tab!. t!i yoiinyst children take
it without !in!-.:ulrv." Iii tbe treatment of
rlinarv Cuuiii, Coldfi, trorc Iliroaf,
' M-oneiiitis, " Itirtucnza, Civrgymau's
v-ire 'ihroAf. Asthu:i. Croup, and Oi
rr!, tiie eiTeet of Avkr's Cutery rr.c:
:C: i. are inai-.-al, and inultitnde are an-'i-iilv
preserved from soriyiK iMnesa by its
;:ut-!v ao;l faithful use. It t-lifts Ul be kept
U l;:Lnd ia every h.:usel:oid, for tho prc
' i. ii it affords ia sti'Mca atta -ks. In
V.'iKjc.jdng-i'OHfth n:; 1 Coiismpt;n
. re i.i wi other reusedy so uiaisucioud.
'Hia mtrvelloMs cures r.-ld-h Ave it's
C::-Hr I'E-roRAt. luw efli.cted over tbe
v. orld jtr'i a su: i-in,it unarar;ty that it will
' -:,! 'i-.i to proda::5 slie best rossilt-j. An
i-a:-trtial tr.al v. ill convince tho most BcopJi
o.U of its vo:i.brftd curative powers, as well
p. of is superiority over all other piciwira-lU-:.a
for puhuonary couiilairtUs.
tiioinent physicians in nil parts of the
country, knowing its -o::-.josition, rcrnm
ut ti'l Avek" Cheiiky rr.ci-ost a i. to invalids,
i prescribe it in their practice. The test
' h ilf a century has proved its absolute
r rta'nty to cure all pulmonary complaints
; : already l?-jyoad tbe reach of human aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PitlcJ nt ATmJT?fil Chemists.
tm m wi At j sue "iuuu
pg jotn, !..:-i.-ri:-rr.i-n , nr jrxi or 1jvicJ- ri
M iiiir ' t A TfiI cf 1.1 .-tn.-e, r. iy o-a .J
- pv-r.-it''.pij-'injf tn?.;i.f it order la proAf
p Cl Ue w.U:.-)nili..
M Crr iTi ritr nf IHnlxu, cfcU for Mar
ir-fiS ik-K re Id
Or nyoin-r Vind, toii ran f.io totrrl f r:;h otii
Xtffli liir no t.-ikt iv v.;il cm fer t!:i-.a
:!. He tt-.thwi!l sit tannin .f ! ., it w.-o Cui
h:ij. ttnt frrtt on ffrlfit of (it. rift ioiiiit
.jrt.fth-l 11, ti. I t-til.-. 1:Ii;h;iu'.i rn.ruh.r-.
eitft- A-iirvmt &. Uiiil &; lilttf., Achj O-c-
" V. hr litT'flrc'? rf Wtrs frnm mn nins
ur Iauliin who lc wuu. J uut IUe J u.
WIRTS s SCHOLII3,
Ko. WiBiBH Artsi r.. Chicago, ' m .
Fine, ilsilium, anil Common
is lay 1 y 0 Li l .
IL1 U8TKATE1) CATALOGUE er.O pr!--
Ilet of over SO tew ae.ijDil All.f.l) f !.t
yytftk 8 I i II H ' t,,e le8t ,,,,e burn"
more natnt iniDrova-
mem ttvin r.rothfr :ivs. AL vour ten4
fr for tticin, or tend for fre Uluc'tralcd cir
c u ir.
Chicago Erie Stove Co. (Limited),
Htm 17i S. 173 Lolit SL. Chicogu.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC OACOtCINE
TRADE MARK. Tbt orMtKmllih TRADEMARK.
Kern f ! j : a
Rfklllcc ear for
rai all diMtwi
qurnec of Self-
Before Teklft. uUnof Alter laWiB.
Mwrmorj, ColTernal Lutitule. Pio in io Back. Ti'mnrM t
Vistoii, Preaiur Jll Aft, and mny tr Piw that
te3 to Itwaiilty or Cofnniniittln. aiid a Prenj:ure;rTf.
foil particulars ia cur aaiphlt. wiitch we1ir
rod f-e by matl to ererv oc. CyT Sfec.Kc McvUcio!
old fry ait drueifcu a ft per partake, or aix parea fur
fA, r will b aeol frca b icail as rowpl r U.e mcc-7 b
TU2 rrnirivr CO..
kit-mxic'. llcucx, UiTtMr. Vkb.
i."3SolJ In riaitsntouth aiid -evcrjwliero. by
PISS'f CI.A s
OloiMne; " House!
0. G. HEROLD, - Frcprietor.
FIUST EbTABJL.': IN 2:6.
Kcep.i a teneral lare slock t.f-
Hen's, Y Willi's & Hoy's
. and has Jur.t received the Cee?-t lot of
French and English Silk
WORSTED SUITS, -
772 t zvzn cr.oCD Tin: mo. r.ivKr..
iii di'Ierent stjlcsuf
i& c?- Ci sa vj
arc sur.-ii::;!!, a-d bii si; ck of
Furnishing Goods !
-I'fltre enough ti s.';-.;. ni.y de!:i.t?.d.
Call and Esanriae tae
t ye;; L- r r i :r f .4 s 1 ; i; , is; ? .
I l P','IO Jli
w V-' -
r!ts a..- ors.T rOI'l'LA!
For s;:'. !.y L". J. I)-.;vi K'tl. Sfh.mon &
N.;' !ih!i. s in ifemh', V. ii. iiid.er ci Co.. L.
ivaiiKv & yn..
1 7 3 ' tr,lii- .irf'Mi t i' rrMt SIC
y"itfW l,fre.A3jAi tCiSSI.r'ii-JirJ.ici-a
PP PJ'T J-rj lr,;ioa ET S:r I S P. ; KJ Vr: of !iich I
I it I S I LL uaiks lSuckvy Pi;c 0:Uii.t,r:-iTinitiHt to
cure i ucfc Aorcii. v.'it; ..a.;.. vr. . Ticr. .c twuit 2o.
cj 1 iiiix, K::c:.'.LKU Soid tand
4 . Ii . i!s I i mi ISjil lit,
KouiJi Side Lower Jfain.
ieeps const: ntiv ; b iiid a f;o"d and well ne-IreU-d
7resh Beef, Fork & Mutton,
TURKE YS, CHICKEN.
A N I -
Ail Kinds of Gams a Fish
rIIi-hest cr.li priee paid for tTrcr or drv
lides. acd for fat stock. CJive ire a Ir'.'d as I
in safely uaiiiidi-e pure, wbob seia" itieats.
"rt!.1 T.t STAXKIiORTH.
s rf" I-
win he ma!:e.l wuh INi FI l AT r:
ill c-.iii fie, f. r J.o't. A.t ir -:J . C
;k. SKKS. J. K. Ma il-ou tp-.. i-..ici.M.
i ' .1.. "l;0 MP C:r- -t :T It fl! 'it- i-r a.
I iiOi:t.-ni ourtfi unc 1 -t of v
' riif h-iiiMi-n.' 1. n Till rt'. :!
mmio ien OfU-'a to nay nr'n'nu' r:jii ;-t :-. -e
.or lr..Ot of f u J ijor i-ri t.-'i HjiO-
lulalft, etc. You vUl uevcr Tvrcx
r- ' HAIDERS,
Manufacturer o and IX-ab r iu
s. ca JSic s& SsP,
ETC., ETC.. ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
e only place In town where "Turley's pat
u U adjiiiUibl btiiiecoLUrare void."
rT q M 5
1K. J. I. JIM itKA,
UOM(E!ATHIC IMiYSICIAX. at Fjiefory
Tille, Cas cour.ty. N- bi;iska. ii-lly
T. IS. WIIiHOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. IlMcticcs in Snun
d;i miiI Cas Countit-s. Ash'.aud, Nebraska.
K. B. WIMMIAt.
ATTOirN'J'.Y AT LAW. I'l Utsiuouth. Neb. Of
flci Kmiit Kooiu nver Cliaptnuu & Sinilli's
51. A. II VflTJUAX.
ATTORNEY AM) SOM"ITO!t. Will Trac
tiee in 1 lie -t:ite aii'l Koileral Courts. Keai
denee. rialtsnioutb. Nebraxkn. Lily
k. n. iiiviX(;sTO.. si.
VHYfiI''IAN & Sl'RiJKON.
OFFICE HorrS. frofi m.. tn 2 p. ni.
ExHiubiiir Si'.rnt'oa r U. S. I'ension.
XV. II. MMIII-OKSWHT.
IMIACTISINO I'lfYSICIAN. ie-iieiice on
Ct'iiMi'D AvaiP, I'lalt-aimali. Netusaska.
ofiiee in Smith auu liiacu's ii uc Suae. 4Jly
J. II. II A 1. 1.. .11. I.
rHKICIAX AN I SflSOKOX,
OFFICE with lr. Livingston South Sivle of
Jltfin Street, between r.tk and Tth stieets. Will
attend calls promptly.
WIMi S. '!fi.
COLL PC TIO. V-f 4 . 7' ROM LTT.
ATTOKNEY. AT LAW. lieal E-it:te. Fire t:i
surauee a nd Collection Aironcy. Oitice in Fit7.
eraid's block, l'lat tsiiiouth. Ncbra.isa. i'in:j
;i;o. pti s' is.
ATTOItNEY AT LAW and Ileal Estate bro
ker, special attention uiven to Collections
and all matters afiectin:; the title to real estate.
Oiliee on Jd lioor, over fost Oilii e. I'lansiiiotith,
Nebraska. - -
IK il. U'ltfiFLt t .X !'.
LAW OFFir !.. !;,: i;-:s:. Til" e.ud Lircln
stir.ititte ei ty. I'aaiSMi'Ou:'.!. Ni-br.iiva. Cn
b'i t;s, tax-puvei-". Ita'.e Vvin;lee abstract
of titles. Ley and sell r.-O estate, uy ti ite
loans. &c. '
jAMKb k. ;-'.:mso". w. l. r.;:u xt
Notary I 'u.'.Ie.
stjrsrcc;.-; 'i jirsi.vvf:.
ATTOi; v s;ys AT LAW. WiUfmeifceh. Ca-s
and ! j-i ti: Coc.iii'- ; i-ivi- -n"- ial att'-iu.n
t.co!:eeli'ii- if. i .-tno el r;-le. oraec in
riUiit-ndd LU.t.k. r;.iiliii'.,.iir.. Nehras.A.
ITvJ . .
ATTOI1NKY AT LAW,
And Si. icttor in Chum-cry. Otitce lu I itzer
T LA Ti'S MO ITTH , N E!'.
tI:;i tMiKOiitti. li-a..i.
OT.ce on Main Kireet over Soloaain Na
thans Store. Shy
C. 5EtSS.,- - I'ropisrfor.
r.'-':r. Cor; 2fcol d- Feed
.'v.?ys i". hand and for at !.: .-,!h
: s. Tbe I.' ;b' M prices psdd lo:- Wfea :.'.
Ct-rn. I i'.u-ii!ai at;; n :;ivcii custom volt:
r- s, . vtys x i v it s s: s a .
I'htef nf bnsi!:ess ii ?.'.-d:i St.. between It
a:;d;.iii st ,v.i.. Shauiproitis, Sinn ia. cbii
dreu's b;dr ctitlit;. etc. etc. !.'"''
LEX II OFF d J'OXXS,
illbl tUii4 , OoitrUtl .
Oi.e floor c:--t of l he Saunders House. We
keep lite best of
Beer, Wine?, Liquors & Cigars.
.l.-'anii Cor.sti'.nfiv ol Hand.
J. 8. GREGORY, - - - Proprietor.
Location Central. Good Sample Room..
Every attention paid tocsts. 4."im3
T LA TTti MOUTH. ----- NKU
i-LATSSIOt TH, SKB.,
Repairer of St.i!i Eii'jints, Eoilers,
iS:io and Wrist $IMli
UAH AXi f.T!:A5J JT'fTliUS,
'rouL-ht Iron riie. Fcrce and Lift Pipes. Steam
(.laities. Saii-ty-Valve inheritors, and ail
hinds of Jirass Engine Fittings.
reiaiioi on siiui t tioti.-e.
- "73 t t i c
-3 I2. r v v
- : :r.
JET X 3j 3 "X"1
OF PLATTSMOUTM. NEinLVSKA.
I.L ri it
Pr -. -t i.
pl si.t.'!- i .
Ton.v Ft r.-iFr: i.t .
E. ;. Iiuvky
. AV. McLAt'citi.IX.
Jomi O Roi ltUB
This Bank Is iio'.v opei for Imshiei-R at Hiei:
icw room, eornt-r Main :'.)-d Sish si rccts. uud
is prcp'tued to transact a eeui iiii
Stock, Bond. CofJ. Gevernment and Local
KOFGHT AND SOLP.
Vej'oxits Received njil Interest Allow
ed on Time Certificates.
Wal'able ':i any pait id the United Sitttes and
lu all the Friuc-i pal Towns and Cities
AGEXTs Vbli TIID
khan Line and Allah Line
OF hTKA.11 KISS.
Terson wishing to brtni out their friends from
l'URCHASE TICKETS FR jJI 178
Thriigh t Vlittiiaioth.
OF Ft CIAL DIRECTORY.
A S TMPPOCK. V. S. Senator, Beatrice.
ALVIN HM:MEKS, lT. S. Senator, omab a.
E K VALENTINE, Kejireseutafe. West l'oiut.
ALLIM'S NANCE. Oovemor. Lincoln.
S J Al FX ANIE, Secretary of State.
F W. LE!ITKE. Auditor. Lincoln.
C, M. KAitTLETT. Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. i. TIIOMl'SON. Snot. Public Instruction.
K M 1 VIS. I.Miid C.ninds-ioiier.
C'.T. DILWOKTil. Attorney Oneral.
TtFV C C. HAKIMS. Chaplain of i'eniter.tiary .
1)K. II. V. MA flTlEWSON, Supt. Hospital for
S M WVt'ELL, Cldcf Justice, Fremont.
ii:o. U. LAKE. Omaha.
AM ASA COLIJ, Lincoln.
Srronfi Judh-inl Trriet.
S B roi"Nl. Jitdtre, Lim-o-n.
J C W Ts(. I'roseeittt'f.'-Att'y. Neb. City.
V. L. WELLS. Clerk InVt. Court, lUatt.sinouth .
- County 7iirrlf.rv
A. N. sn.LIVAX. County Jud-e.
J. 1. 'fl' FT. Ceun' v lem.
J M. l'A iTi:'.:M)s, County Treasurer.
3. V. llYE?:s. siictiiT.
(i. V . FAIKFIF.LIL Surveyor,
(i. IIILDKHliAM. Coroner.
u- nt v r .m m i ssrotf r. ns.
11 FN KY WOLFE. Liberty I reninct.
.1 VMFS Ci: WFOltD. South r.cttd rrecinet.
SAM'L lilC'ilAlJpSiiN. Mt. rieaatit I'recinct.
Cr'f Hire tory.
,T. W. JOHNSON. Msvor.
J. M. IIATT Ei:oN. Ti-.isurer.
J i siII'jsON. citv c:-rk.
Kl' II VK! VIVIAN". Police Judge.
V. B. Mi'iilMl Y. Citv Marshal.
WM. 1- Yi FLIi. Cltief t Fin- Pept.
fl'I VCII i!.X.
lt Ward-J. fKiMKi:i:l.i;;. V. V. LrON A 111),
d Wara li. W. FAIKFJELP, J. V. W tTK-
t it t .1.
..d Ward-K. C. crsilIN5. TfiOS. I'ol.'KOCE.
4lli Ward 1. Mi CALLAN. E. S. StlAUl.
JNO. W. MARSHALL.
B. &. M. R. R.Time Table.
Tatting FjrfTlay 4, 1879.
FOU OMAHA FROM FLATTSMOCm.
Leaves 7 :t:n a. ia. At lives a. m.'i 0 1
a :'' i. m.. s5. I'-
FROM OMA1IA FOR PLaTTSMOI" TIL
Leaves 'J :lo a. in. Arrives pi a. m.
" l in. " 7 ! "I.
l Od THE YvT.ST.
leaves Vlaiisti'.oftli 'J :4" a. in. An Ives List
coin. !' -4. ii. lu. : A lives Kc.i! tiev, 7: t. in.
crf.j;!it U.tvesO :o: a. a. Ar. Liueo'ii " :5i p.m.
FdO'd THE WEST.
I,eaves Kearney. ' a. :i. Leaves Lincoln.
1 :a p. in. Arrives l'lattsmoulh. 4 -- P. m
l'rei?iit b-aves Lincoln 11 :l0 a. m. Arrives
I'lattMUoulh, 4 :."r. i. in.
Express. 6 :15 a. lit.
l ;c.seit-cr. (train each day) 4 r.'O p. m , exeep.
Sjtttrday. Every third siaLuru.iy a train con
nect at tlio usual lime.
K. V. i. 21. 'Z'Jtnc Tabic
Taking EjTtct Sumhiu. March 2;!, 1679.
ti l y hii.l.
OV i. LS.
i:m i. I'D.
Klvi'.i: ! t'S.
Fs'-A x KLI X.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
t'd aH eruptions of tlte skin, thi- ( iiitMietil is
nio.-t invaluable, it dots not l.cal o.ici iia'iy
a'.oiie. but js-ii. '.rates viitt the cmsL bearchssiij
eifecls tu tile vet J root of il:e evil.
HOLLO V AY'"kTblNTMENT
Possessed of this REM LI Y, E.erv Jbin may e
h s own Poctor. It m;y be riddled Into the
i-ysteiii. co as to reach ;-ny internal coiupla'nt :
b'v these meatus it cm-. u -hivs or Fleers in the
THROAT. SUi.MAl ii. LIVER. Si iNt:. or oth
er parts. Itts.-'a liit-.Ki'.ile Remedy for i'.AP
i.KUS. RAIl lii.'EVSrs. Coi'.tacicd or Stiif
Joints, tiOUT, Rillil'MATiSM, a:;d ail Mi. ti
iMrHivr.WT C.U'T!'i. Nofie are Remriae
unless tiie signature oi .1. l?AYlttl. as a, lit
'or t lie 1'nited Siates, sumattois each box of
1'iilsand t itntiii'rtit. lloxcsat ccitt-i. ti- cents,
and si each.
ii".'" There is considerable savin:; ly taking
the birder -iej. Hoi.lowav i Co.. New Yotu.
GLOBB-DHMO CH AT
Ti( C-lcbe-Pemoc!"t n iav s its claim to po
pular lavor ard pairoitaue, .;! ineieeil t:t
etitlii'- let tr"i:uti. t:nd rt :-.!iiitijf hot ii. t.t.d ill;
biciva.-sed 0ci riiii;.atKn to mote titan redet in
its of:.-n:ade pledges to Sil! ti'e mi! meat!ie of
reas .t.al.ie tx v! atii.-u jus a puiilleal, tandij
riii::n:;.'.l.v ti.e .i-.te Den.ocr.'t is rceotrtiised
from one end of the country t" t.-e ether as the
. i 1 1 ! 1 1 1 c-i i i : i : el.ai. fly-ii of li.ai K- jii.t) iraniMa
nail eanie into powei ia time io avc ttse l ui
o:i ;rom itest ri.ettun. and ii.it since devoted a'l
i-.s etierj;ie to iiie pre-.e. v itioti tatact td tiie
Sitiits oi lite wa: f i a aeeii its by she reheis
-j t.'ie Sou: It abbal ty iiivi i'.o.-rais ol tiie
NorTli. e have o;i;ei a" ; 'r. ,s !i:i.rn
I.! tise a net cor cliiiat ioii I Ii:-1 i i:.r.t io aim at a
i estoi atieii lo i cr in t !' is e'.i au iflh. men
ai d liie or;;;iiil7:u!oii v. i.teii inv.iii d n ia lt:c
uori'ins of civil war. Tie- D mocraiic party i.
iow i': the tieii! i;;f lh? ia xt pse-oi i niial t ice
i'ia wiiil Ihe doctrines ot tsr.ite ipjbtn iiiid l.ul
bsicataoi iu'eia ee'il iijhOi Its l-al.!;fr. il s'lc
cesKiti. it will lao-t ;sa-. d!y c.i'.jy t"t its (To
ooj-c to repeal ab tiie ii'f;i-bii ion neces.-itatcd
!y loe wii aioi u s resuii s. and ui.l i i iiou'itatc
:iey .uu-u wiil encoura.ia arai a.-::i: auoiii
ci' atWMtijvc al secession alto rebellion. '1 his i
.. : sf llie b'.i.i-l ol trie "Sciui South"' ii.eaes
i:;e.t is !'iii "tie at'ti !ete t.ir a So'i.l Seittu ceai
t:.c evtis ..t.i.'ii it t litcafciis. aiel t ii.it is a Soni
.rt r . i .-ipiti a lirai peri se lo r '-; t iie ',i
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s-!:! ; ; !i ,!s i. yal legions to crujdi n- :
.: .o ir-'ur.' la;' iti.e-rity u the t"i-t?!. E nf
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sele'y :-t- rte.f '.' If-o.-iila'can p:tr-y and
ii. e nest i.ssto ..a- e oi i s trtU'isph i" l'ft.
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loe Family aao ;in i ne.-i'le. ihe ;io!e-i;et!:o-ceat
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i:i's ;:eenraie iiii-d-.jrence tr in ail quarters hy
uiaii and teh-rap'i . e h.svc orte-tou,;i uf
a' ;.li uews ceii-eis throuboiil tiie coiit.tiy. Ktid
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eriti e.iii::.en .. and toyivc lite latest infortun
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Itie en. iiae-i l-e v .-p.. e.v r in the Coi!i.tl. V.'e
a e c:ii.iiilen feat I l.e iioeralii i our part iii
ee met hy a general response ftot.i tne people
oi i lie w hole West.
Tnclnding Sunday, per year $12 en
With-.ui' Sunday, per vear 11 00
Ii'cludutir Sunday, hi Clubs of Three and
Fpwarus 11 oo
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Upwards io 00
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In Clubs ol Five ami Upwards
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Addrss ail letters OLORE TKINTING CCM
TA Y, bT. LOUltt, UO. 4MJI
Yoa Kissed Me.
IT FLORENCE PERRT.
Ton listed me! my heart sunk low on yoiu
With a feelintr of shelter and infinite rest;
And the holy emotions the tongue dared not
Flushed up like a flame from niy heart to my
Tour arms held me fast, oh, your ariaswercso
bid ! !
Heart heat against heart, in their passionate
Tour iriance eeenie 1 drawing my soul through
my eye s
As tiieeun draws tiie mist from the ea to tiie
An.l y ur lips clung tomiaetill 1 prayed in my
Tiiey nii:cht never uuc.asp from that rap'ur
Tou kissed me! my heart, and my strength,
and my w 11,
In delirious joy for a moment stool still
Li:e had for me then no temptations, no
So vista of pleasure outside of your arms,
And were I ibis instant nn anirel possessed
Of th -joy and peace that are given the blest,
I would fling my white robes unrepiningly
And tear from my forehead its beautiful
To nestle once more in that haven f rest,
With your lip iiion mine and my bead on
Ton kissed me! my sou! in a bliss so divine.
Reeled and swooned like a fool eh man, drunk
en with wine,
I thoushtit was delirious to die then, if death
Would but come while my lips were yet moisi
with your breath,
Twere delicious Iodic, if my heart might grow
While your arms wrapped me ronnd in that
passionate bold :
And these are tho questions I ask day and
Wits my life tate but once such exquisite
Would you care if your breast were my shel
ter as then?
And if you were here, would you kiss me
THE WAN'DERKirs JIETL'IIN.
On ft w;Kl Oetiier ni.lit, E!:e
ILiyinontl fstt beo!e her sulibirv
fiio-iilo. in (loop t!iuiij;iit in tltott :lit
tint, in (ruth to toll, was litt:
turctl ' i 1 1 S'ulnoss. It wis not oi
ton that s-ltc silt thus for s':e was the
most cheerful a:ul busy of little wo
men, the b-t of sisters u l aunis
ami the fciiulc-t of neighbors.
ilnsbein.o; the case, she fomul lit tic
leisure for thought or solitary inits
inz', for in some one of these relations,
work enough was always provided for
D'tt to-r.i rhl f,!:e .ooniod lo lmve ar
rived ut;i:cof the haitiiir-plaees in
her liie. Ih r youn."; sister .Sjhia, the
i ;.-t of her c-itiit jrr-s ji td tint morning
boon ntai viod. The uM ffray h.iriii
pI jik h ul been left desolate wh.-n her
siii i 1 i hit f.u'o went from il at leasi o
Elsie t!iotio-ht True, s!ie had ati i;e
oi" siup.ll iir'!icws ftiiil nieces slaving;
with lier, while their mother, Elsie's
eisier Mary, f nd lu-r husband, ncuoiu
n:iii!ed tiie bridal jtirty 11 ih:r tour,
but I hey had ht'to- been asleep, and
there was ( token of their re-;"iiee in
the soiiicwlril I t iui-1-okiii:r room, ex
cept a bitskei of jd ty things n tle-cor-ip'f.
and a vrx of shoe, fteaded by
VriH'u:'s ev b ails," ande'osjd by
baby El-ie's tiny !!'vi-ied sli-ijiteiS thai
were i'ii.ivd ii'.iu-jl ihe wail.
Kbit's tatl er htd die.l suddonlv,
t-'io vietiui of a lata I accident, an I his
vi.Lw, ui".v'ein"'d by the s-nl and
terrible beiv.i'ic-ut'iii, soon follo.ved
Ijim. With her dyinbroath she com
mended her yodiiiK'si. children to the
of their oldest s ster, and exacted
from hern promise that she would dc
voie herliiia to lliem. The rrirl could
hesitate at no demand ui;ule in the List
f oble accents of her dyinir mother.
She lifted ihe little unconscious babe
from the feeble arms that clasped it,
and holding it close tohcr bosom, and
looking upon the tearful faces of the
li tie frroup gathered around that
de-.lhbetl, o?ive the required pnmi-e.
lit an hour Iter mother hal ceased to
bieitiic. and Elsie's life-work had be
iiiti. l't it was not until the sad
ceremonies of ihe funenl ivtis over,
.".nd the liitle family had returned to
ihe ilesohiie home, that El-ie fully
comprehended all that she had under
taken None who have truly loved will
fail to comprehend the si niggle that
for ihe folio win.-x weeks wont on in
Elsie's Hoe.l. It was no slight s-'criiicp
lltai was demanded of Elsie ; duty and
l.ve. her pfcani e to iitc dead and her
vows (o lite livihir, wyti ihe nuiao
nisls that caii'e-U'd e"ory in.'-li ot
"'round. John Erancis loved E!-;e
full well enou.o!t to have aided h.r iti
In r life task. He saw n reason in t!m
duties f)u; b d undei ttken wliy she
should r.oS fulfill Iter vows, run! in be
cominu" hi wife divide the burden oi
her responsibilities and care.
Dot eho thought differently. She
felt that she had no ri"ht to allow hi
generosity to lead him into such a sac
rifice. He was youn"; and life lay
bright and lon;r lHJore him. Shou :d
she allow the shadow of her ctue lo
project across the sunny path ? .Should
she seek to lay upon his shoulders the
burden that weighed her down and
doou ed her to a life of toii? iShe
could endure and sacrifice much for
the children, so dear to her by ties of
blood i sacred Ic.ruey of her dead
i-an nts. Em to hiiii they were noth
iiitr. save for her sake, and she miht
have seen liim orcw weary an. I dis
contenied wi'h the untimely cares
thai a marriage with her must throw
So Elsie sn.l John Francis Parted,
as they feared, forever. When hoi
lover found that lo uritmenis nor
p ravers could c ban ire her purpose, that
she h-d solemnly recorded her vow lo
ihe dead, and was fully p epaivd to
perform it to ihe uiteniio-t. even to
the sact irh o of her dearest hopes .mm
most cherished wi-hes, he disappeared
from the uihbut hotwi withtxu a f:i!v
well loany tijie who hail known him.
After tt lime h Setter -piue lo tin
parish c!ergm tnto tell that he was
safe, an I a! jur to sail ior a i-.re
land, and from that hotti. for all I ho v
twenty years, no tidings of John I'ran
eis had ialieji upon i'blt liayjjr.jiiil's
ears. When !ie knew ihat he was
zone and would uot return, she care
fully yalhcrod ttgeUicr every littl
memento of the happy season of her
love anl locked them iu the casket he
I had iven her, thenceforth to be the
shrine of her affections. Then sternly
and iincomplaininoly she turned to
her life tusk.
Year alter year rolled on. Elsie
' spun and wove.aud direeled her maid
ens and herlarui laborers, and taught
and nursed her brothers and si-icr,
nn I in all things slrove to supply to
' them the place of the parents they
. had lost.
j In time tbe wounds of her heart
1 healed, at last they ceased to bleed at
every touch, and learned to find solace
i in ihe a 'feet ion of her children, as she
called them, while habit made, her du
ties light and almost pleasant.'
The midniirht hour had already
pas-ed when Elsie rose to retire. Iter
lonof, lonely viil had made her timid
and nervous, and she could scarcely
repress a shr el; of alarm, as just at
that moment a heavy knock w is heard
at the outer door, and rebounded
tlu-'uti! the house.
lint Elsie's only thoutrht was of a
summons to some sick or dyinjr bed.
for in tiuil quiet nei;h'-ji"hooil. people
were seldom abroad st niirht on less
ur-vm errands ; so. smilinjr at he
causeless ala; in. and still treiiiblin-r in
Fpile of her
or bravery, elie umlid the
ot the door, ami threw it
A tall man, wrapped in a loner, dark
ridimr cloak, stood upon the threshold.
By the li;.rhtof the il:iriu; candle El
sie held, she could not distinui.-h his
face. fch only saw the strange, eager
iook of a pair of very bright eyes, as
the si ranger bowed in answer to her
Madam," he said, ' I nm benight
ed, as Voii ee, and iu trying to retich
the next ilhtge have lost mv wav. I
! am drenched to the .suin.atid my hoive
! is too we:ry to go firther tttroitjii
j t!ie.-c miry roads, and seeing a li:itt
! here. I h'-ve vo.itt.'ii'd to rive a iud
; tor :or him ami myself for the remain
der of lite night. I assure you that
you will find me no ungrateful guest."
j Sir," Elsie resumed, simply, " the
doors of liayiuoiid farm have never
; been closed to the weary wayfarer.
1 Enter, and a &erviiut wiil care lor your
j The strnntrer bowed again, and
; pas-ed her silently, as she held back
the broHl leal oi iheuoor. n it was
it that, at the sicht of that t 11 muf
ll'd form, caused her heart to be it so
wildly? She put up the bar that se
cured the door and then precede I her
guest to the apartment site had left.
She stirred the smouldering embers,
and threw on fre-li wood, which
caiuht the names that soon leaped
cheerily up the broad chimney. Leiv
ing the stian er cohering over the
blaze, she went and called the garden
er to lake charge of the horse that was
neighing impatiently at the outer
When she came ba'-k she busied her
self, silciiily, in preparing refreshment
for i lie slrinuer, who siill sat beside
l-e-hearlh casting curious ".lances tit
her as she moved about. Thrill after
thrill shot througa Elsie's tram 3 as
she met those bright, s tran ire glances.
She had begun lo reel almost fright
ened at his singular manlier, when he
suddenly addressed her.
"Madam," he said, pointing (o fhe
row of little shot's, and the overilow
uis baket of toys, " I see th.u, 1 jneiy
its is this house, it ii not de.-olale
lliiiii'in uowers. that brighten so many
botites. bioi tii here. You hive lirtie
ciiih!:en, boautiful and lovinr. and
dodbth'ss a troo.l husband. P aid n
me, Madam," he added, observing El
sie's emotion, " we who are wanderers
up and down the world are wont to
notice, with somewhat of jealousy, the
tokens of domestic happiness- that are
denied to us."
He was silent, as if waiting for nn
answer, and Elsie, Fotujuering her
emotion, answered quietly :
"There are children here, lr it not
mine. I have neither hu-btnd n r
children ;" and a faint sigh struggled
up from her heart, s she thought of
what might have been.
Just then tbe ginlener came stamp
ing in at the kitchen door and showed
himsell, shaking the water from his
garments. Elsie turned to tiie stran
Your meal is prepared," she said ;
"when you have partaken, the servant
will show you to your room."
And bidding her truest good niirht
sh went away to her room and lay
down upon her bed, but not to sleep.
Throuoli the long hours, until the
late autumn dawn, she tossed restless
Iv upon her couch, thinkiur much of
the strange guest, and marveling why
his image mingled so continually with
her vision of the past.
The next morning, when the breik
fad hour was pas-ed, the stranger
spoke of his departure.
"Ilefoie 1 go, mndam." he said. " I
ought to .inform you who I am, that
yi miy at least know you bav not
itestowed your kindness on one un
worthy. " For twenty years I have been a
wanderer in other Liu Is, a sad, lonely,
disappoinied man. Yet I have ever
kept one hope bright and vigorous,
the hope of return lo my nitive shores
and the scenes of my early happiness.
"I w s btrn and lived till manhood
in the midst of a region much like
this iu which your home is sitttaicd.
I was an orj' in, but 1 bad a small
competence and many friends. 2Iy
guard i-n hid a d-iughier whom I
love !,und who acknowledged that my
ioo was returned. We were betroth
ed, by ihe consent of her parents, and
our wed.lingd iy was very near, when
.trail. e inisfori uues overwhelmed my j
Alice. Her lather died a terrible
.L-i:li? ilioii lior imitlior itcmiu'il Lo- 1
-neath the blow and quickly followed, j
leavmg to Alice tbe care ot the young- i
er children, and exacting trout her a
promise that she would never leave
them until thev were all provide! for.
I would willingly have shared the j
burleiis that now fell upon Alice:
but she refused to bind mc to her lifo .
oi ton iitui seu-siici i irre. csue laut n-.-r j
love and 11 her bright hopes upon the !
a.tar of duty ; and I, appalled by tho
aacrifice and mad with disappoint-
incut, lie I from the country and be -
came a wanderer in other lands.
"Elsie I promised to return wl.cn
your task was ended I I am here:
ilaveyouno word of welcome alter
all these years of taparation 'C
lie bad no need to ask, for Elsie lay
sobbing iu the arms open to receive
her, while the little ones looked on
wondoringly ; and 1 he old gardener, to
whom the secret had been imuauted
the night previous, -tood with clasped
hands uttering ejaculations ot thank
lulness. "ENie, shall we ever part again ?"
"Never," said Elsie, with her quiet
simplicity ; "never again until death ;"
and she looked up iu his face with the
old coniiding gl tue that bad greeted
him a score of years before.
Very quietly the middle-aged pair
settled down at tho old homestead,
which was beautified and adorned by
the wealth John Francis brought
from foreign hind, and dearer far to
them than any palace home, with the
store o"f memories that people its dim
chambers, and all the green demesne
which had witnessed their early joys,
and their reunion after weary year of
County Cortimlssloiiers' Proceedings.
(Continued from hist week.)
Wednesday, Jus. 7, lS8f.
Hoard met pursuant lo adjournment.
. P.e-it-IIi-nry Wolff. .Lis. Crawfor.!,
, ,. , , J ,. . .
haiu 1 KielitmLsun, C ointRissturicrs ; J.
I. Tot t. Clerk; when tits; following of
ficial bonds were approved, to-wit:
J. II. Freeman, J. P., Liberty ; J. 11.
Vallery, supr. tlist. 40, Pluttbiuouth ;
Jasid Foist the, supr. dist. 51; L. 1).
Hunter, supr. di.st.44, Weeping Wider;
J. C. Hayes, supr. di.st. l'i, S.ove Civok ;
-S. M. Prouty, coustuble, Tipton ; Eiislt
Chi-I.-ion, supr. dist. t?l, Ml. i'ieasant ;
Jo.-veph lb net, J. P., Git'ciiWo(.d : A.
A. Lave i ty, J. P., Tipion.
W.J.White was ordered to put in
siilewalk in front of Court lloiisf, and
on west side, at it competisutieti o2 ."il
ptr foot, for front, and 20o per foot for
west sside; payment to be m.iuo after
July levy, lss0.
Settlement with the following road
supervisors was then hud:
Due Fred stuil, dist. 1, Phittsrnoulh,
.$43.00; nt allowed for want of f timid.
Due A. McDermid, d.st. 5!j, Avoca,
ir'2b,.'.5; not allowed for want of funds.
Due W. II. Smith, dist. 17, It Din its,
$S.7o; not allowed for iv;mt of funds.
Dae G. (. Hall, dist. 13, Eight Mile
Grove, $; 1.73; Lot allowed for want
Due Levi Churchill, dist. SS, llock
Bl tiffs, 20.03; hot allowed for want
Due Hush Chiieon, dist. 21, Mount
1 lcdSitn!, -310.80 ; not allowed sor want
Due E. M. Corupton, dist. 43, Avoca,
8-1.00; not allowed for want of funds.
The following chums were then al
lowed on general fund:
J. D. Tutt, making lax list and
duplicate, 1$7!, $533.01
J. W, Jennings, niht work on
cats 1 1 bowk, &c,
T. W. Shrvock.. repairing chairs
for Cotti' House
Cost, biil, wjiiif-sses before G. .'.
A. XIcFiiirfi. hi, was allowed wn poor
fund, wood for p uipers Jjl.OO
Extension of time was granted II. J.
Davis on school land.
Adjourned to meet -at 8 o'clock, Jan
Thursday, Jan. 8, 1SS0.
Board met pursuant to adjournment,
full board present.
Isaac Wiles, Commissioner elect,
takes his seat this day. as one of the
Hoard of County Commissioners from
the first or caste; n district, in pi. tee of
Henry Wolfe, whose term expires this
day. The following cluku was then al
II. Wolfe, services as Comui'r," $40.20
Ooioial bond of J. M. Patler3on w;u
Settlement with Co, Treasurer being
still in progress, board adjoumtd to
meet at S o'clock, Jan. 9th.
Friday, Jan. 9. 1SS0.
V, ard met pursuant to adjournment
Present Ja. Crawford. S. Hichaid
suit, Isaac Wi!e, Commissioners ; J. D.
The following official bonds were
then approved :
Harmon IJes'or, assessor, Plaits
mouth precinct; Lewis Ca kins, J. P.,
Mt. Pleasant ; G. W. Ilarshtnun, supr.
district S3; Jacob llusterhultz, supr.
dist. 52, .Stove Creek; XV. II. Foote. J.
P., Stove Creek; Jas. Crawford, J. P.,
South Iithd; John Albert, supr. dist.
Ai, Eight Mile Grove.
Then followed in due form the ap
pointment of J.W.Jennings as Dei
uty County Clerk. J. N. Wise as Dep'y
County Treasurer, and of J. V. Jen
nings, as Deputy District C!eik.
Extension of time Wits granted Geo.
Levings on school hind.
Extension of time was granted Phil
ip Horn n school land.
The following was then allowed ou
poor f and :
G. Ileroid, shoes for pauper, S 3,12
Q E Wescottf clolljillg for - 1(J 00
Setileieiit with Ouiitv Treasurer
hei"S still in progress, board adjourn-
td to meet January 10, laj0.
Saturday, Jan. 10, 18S0.
Full board met pursuant toadjourn-
nieut. The following oflicial boiub
were then approved;
Ii. W. Wilburn, supr. dist. 1, Piatts-
mouth precinct ; S. C. Hester, assessor,
; Salt Creek; Frank Hrookhart, supr.
'dist. 33; Wni. Sperry, constable, Avoca.
j Settlement with D. T. Whitnor. supr
di t 5, w t, d d $30 wa3
, , , j
, foun1 tlue sur"; not allowed lor want
Geo. P. Woidman wa5 grarted 6T
tension of time on school land.
The. following Kppointaicnts wtrv
theti m ule: 1. I Murphy, JK'p'y sher
iff, and Marsluill McElwain, Deputy
Sheriff, by the NhcrilT of Cass Co.
Hoard then adjourned to meet at S
o'clock, January 12, 1H60.
Monday, Jan. 12, 183D.
Full board met puisuant to aojuurn
mcnt, and a settlement with County
Treasurer was still in progress, board
adjourned to meet Jan. 13, issj.
Tuesday, Jan. 13, 18SJ.
Full board met putsuaut to adjourn
ment. The following claims wero theu
allowed on general fu sJ:
G. W. Miiv field, expenses in pur
suing thief. 13 43
J. V. Glover, house rent ar.d fuel
ft r Co..Siip't 53 'J J
II. Mutzler, nursing sick man, by
order of board 10 50
Extension of time wasgranttd Mi-cha-1
Mcisinger on school land.
Oilicial bond f J. W. Uurnea, suprr
did. 50, was approved.
The Clerk was instructed to giv
proper notice of locution of road, pe
titioned for by Frtd Sehliefert, tt al.
The following is an estimate of th
expenses of Cass Co., for tha eiuudnif
Court expenses 3,250 00
Per diem of Co. Cotn'r t?00 00
Sup't of Pub. Ins 1.C00 0
As'ng co., census & returns. 2,500 00
Tax Li.-d COO 00
!!a:iks, b'ks.adtrtising, &c. bW) t-0
Eleclivn 500 00
Fmd. 300 00
Costs in misdemeanor cases. COG CO
Jail expenses 1,500 00
Alt's ft 03 and court costs
i.i co. eases 500 CO
Incidental 1,500 00
H'l'd'g tuxes p'd iii seh'l b'ds. 12,000 00
Ouisiui.diug w;ti rants and
11 ;tting indebtedness. . . 5.000 00
Building i, repairing bridg. 3 10,230 0J
li. & M. K. ib Eomhs.andac-
cuniuiati-d int 12,000 00
Ciises of Insanity...: 1,100 00
Keeping paujieis ;it p'r h'te. l..':)t) 00
Koad tax 3,200 0(i
Total S3D.200 CO
Settlement with Co. Treasurer slill
being in progress, board adjoured to
meet at S o'clock, Jan. H.
Vi'eonlspay, Jitn., M, 1830.
Full board met pursuant toaiijourri'
menf, and as settlement with Co I reus,
was still in progress, the bo-.rd iidjourn
e I to meet Thursday morning, Jan. 13
at 8 o'clock.
(Continued on inside.)
Influence of. Newspapers.
A school teacher, who had been eu
paged a long time in the profession,
and v.itnes.-ed the influence of a news
paper upon the minds of families and
children writes as follows: I have
found it to be a universal fact, with
out exception, that scholars of both
sexes, and of all ages who have access
to newspapers at home, when com
pared with those who have not, are :
1. Hotter readers, excellent hi pro
nunciation, pii I con equenlly read
more understand ingly.
2. They are better spellers, and do-
fine words with case and accuracy.
3. They obtain practical kuowledgo
of geography in almost half the timo
it requires of others, as the newspa
pers have made them acquainted with
the location of the important place?,
of nations, their government and do
ings on the glolx.
i. They are heltergrniinninans, for"
having become so familiar with every
variety td' style in the newsp tper,from
the common place advertisements to
the finished, and classical oration of
the statesman. They more readily
comprehend the meaning of the text,
and consiitntlyanalyze its construction
with a oc u racy.
5. They write botlcr com po. it ions,
usiii better language, containing
nore thought nioio clearly and mora
cot ioi-i Iy expressed.
-'. Thoe young men who have for'
year been readers of newspapers al
ways take the lead in debating socie
ties exhibiting a more extensive
knowledge upon a greater variety of
ui ejects, and expressing their views
with ri eater liuencv, clearness aul
Exposition' of 1S7G. Windcring
through the United States section of
this truly wonderful Exhibition, hy
peronimeiitcd and over-di.-j layed as
t'.ie mo-t of it is, I came upo i an ele
'gant glass case, who e modesty wa3
the more conspicuous from its neigh
bors' finery, surmoi.hted by t!:e rnot
o Dignis Privmia and disj.Iay ing, in
neat packages, the medical prepara
tions of the house of Dr. J. (J. Avrii
tt Co., Lowell, Mass.
I was aware of the world wide re.
putation d this eminent firm, for the
character and quality of their goods,
and remember well their agents iu
London, Messrs. Newberry, in &t.
Paul's Churchyard. Having a lei
sure hour, I determined to examine
tine contents of this case, myself, and
I was surprised to pee the delicate
perfection to which they have brought
their household remedies. I was
chagrined at the reflection that, while
we have t home the most skilful
and, pre-eminently, the best physici
ans in the world, thcre Yankee doc
tors distance us so far in the line of
popular medicines for furraly use.
Thev have the sharpness to take ad
vantage of the higl scientific discov
eries among us and mike pills and
potions as palatable as they are salu
tary. I was told by a leading drug
gist in Philadelphia, that Die Ainu's
manufactory was the largest in Amer
ica, giving employment to hundreds
I must go to Lowell ami see it, ou ay
wa' home. Corrcspoudqjric-o c' "&
London (Eirj.) Tsk-jrapli.
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