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VOLJJME XVI. V
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, ' JULY. 22. 18S0.
tV Extra Copies ot the Hxrald for sale by
J. P. Yuuno, at the Post-Offlce Newt Depot
KTC, ETC., ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made and sold elie:ip for cash.
MY FINE HEARSE
IS NOW READY FOR SERVICE.
With many tli:inks for past patronage,
invite all to call and examine my
lai:;e stock of
latr. FinTri; ai (offixs
J. C CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
ETC., ETC.. ETC.
Dona with Neatnessl Dispatch.
i e only place in town where" "Turley's pat
ent self adjustable horse colhirsare sola.'
REMfTDY FOB RA'DNFSS
. PrcrlL.Uon P r.. Lu .d j
is ui-'iiall, prtKliiocd.
b-iuloraoa Ac Co., 3 Clinton JIo, New York.
(A .'ip!icine, not n Drink,) -
HOPS, ntCIlC, JIAXDRAUE,
kd mi Ptsest ako Best Memcix Quauttes or
iix cr-rca ErrrsES.
All TMseKKCs of tho Stotaarh, Bowels, Blood, Liver,
j Kidneys, and Crinary Orgnos, Nerou.sna, blcep-
k lmnieas .nd especially Fciucle Cotiji.laints.
1000 in (au.n.
I ft in be paid lor jt case Uiey will not cure or help, or
1 tot anything impure or injurious fotuid in Uk m.
Ask yourdrupsiyt for nop Eater and try them
! before you Bleep. Tate no other. --
( Hor Cocuu CTrs U tho sweetest, safest and best.
The ITor Tad for St.::iach, Liver and Ki.lncy is n.
jrlortoall others. Circsl'yabj&rutiou, Ak druggist,
j D.LClsonalw ilu te and irresistible cur for drunk
enness. n.-to of opium, tobacco and narcotics:
Send for circular. t
i KbarmmAi try dru.--i.tj. II.-p T. ittrn Mf-.Co. Rjcheiter.N.V
It Is the best "Mood Pnrifier, and stimulates
every function to more healthful action, and is
thus a benefit in nil diseases.
In eliminating the i 111 pun lies of the Mood, the
natural and necessary result is the cure of Hero f
uious and other Sk n Eruptions and Diseases,
including Cancers, fleers and othT Sores.
Dyspepsia. Weakness of the St munch. Consti
pation, lbzauness, tleneral Debility, etc., are
cured by the Sale Itiifcr. It is uriuttualed
as an appetizer uii'l regular tonic.
. 1.. ,oHI,.lr,u ch....l.l .... tn rnrn.
H ily. and which, wherever used, will bve the
payment 01 many uociors- uuis.
Bottles of two sizes; prices, SO cents and SI.QO.
Sa fe lSeiiM
tlien arc soUl
EH. WARNER & CO.,
KM-iehter, N. V.
Bj semi for l'nmphlet
Is .1 compound of tlie virtues of sarsaparilla,
stillingia. mandrake, yellow dock, with tha
iodidu of otasli and iron, all powerful lilood
makinfr, bltXHl-cleansiiis, and life-sustainincc
elements. It Is thejurest, safest, and in
every way tlie most effectual alterative medi
cine known or available to the public. Tho
sciences of medicine and chemistry have,
never produced so valuable a remedy, nor
one so potent to cure all diseases resulting
from inmure blood. It cures Scrofula, and
all scrofulous diseases, Erysipelas, lose,
or St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples and
Face-Tubs, Pustules, lilotches. Boils,
Tumors, Tetter, Humors, Salt Ilheum,
Scald-head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores,
Rheumatism, Mercurial Disease, Neu
ralgia, Female Weaknesses and Irregu
larities, .laundlce, Affections of the
IJver, Dyspepsia, Emaciation, and
By its searching and cleansing qualities
It purses out the foul corruptions which
contaminate the blood, and cause derange
ment and decay, it stimulates and enlivens
the vital functions. It promotes energy and
strength. It restores and preserves health.
It infuses new life and vigor throughout the
whole system. ,o sufferer from any disease
which arises from impurity of the blood need
desnair, who will give Ateb's SARsArAnnxA
a fair trial. Kemember, the earlier the
trial, tho speedier the cure.
Its recipe has been furnished to physicians
everywhere; and they, recognizing its supe
rior qualities, administer it iu their practice.
For nearly forty years Ateb's Saesapa
hilla has been widely used, and it now pos
sesses the confidence of millions of people
wi have experienced benefits from its mar
vtUous curative virtues.
1 1 . m a.
SftJttaJ' ssesks,.! F.r,.,zz?--
ib mnm mm
f Practical and Analytical Chemists,
. Lowell, Mass.
ORAYT SPKCIFIC MKDICIXE.
TRADE MARK The Great Kn-TRADE MARK
Kiisn Kemeuy ;
An unfa i I i 11 g
cure for .Semi
1 111 p o t e 11 c y ,
and all diseas
es that folio
as a sequence'
or sp t-A mm
BEFORE TAK1N8. an Loss of AFTER TAKINB.
Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in the back
Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age, and
many other diseases that lead to Innauity or
Consumption, and a Premature Grave.
tr Full particulars in our pamphlet, which
we desire to send free by mail to every one.
t"-r-The Speciiic Medicine is fold ly all drug
Rifts at $1 per paekafre, or six paekaes for 5,
or will he sent free by mail 011 receipt of the
inonev by addressing
- THE OKAY MEDICINE CO.,
Mechanics' Ilock, Detroit. Mich.
refold In Plattsmouth and everywhere, by
all d niggle ts.
i 1 v ! 1, 1 1 ;.: unur.f-Tfxrh 0111
.lisrj Jilt). Hi r h- t'r.l it v.i; i:ul Jlrt tff tita
.re-. The n.TI ail rttnain f en-nil i-i7.e and
hh.p-. .s.v)ir frv on ffrrl)itnf$!.aO t- any
.-rt .-r ti.- i:,i;,-.j Mat... I ihi.stifd Circular, free.
Vn ArreittH remit e1 in ere ,-1 roHnu i,f
ritH. Mi. It U Til & VlHi.. jttw Ojc.
"We hav liuiulndi of letter from men osios
our Alacbina ho tay they would not take fc ft-r it.
I I I If H I the best base burn'
II I II U I 1 er for hrd coal. 14
VI I II Jill! tyla and sixes, with
"more patent improve
ments than any other itoves. Ask yonr deal,
er for them, or eend for free illustrated cir
cular. C!ii3ao (STErie Stove Co. (Limited),
nfice 171 & 173 Lake SL, Chicago.
WIRTS fc SCHOLLE,
So. 22a Wabash Atekck. Chicago.
Pine, Medium, and Common
ILLUSTRATED CATAl.OOUE and price
list of over 600 new designs MA ILED FKEf
upon application. A. a ur it.) .
GEORGE A. CLARK,
The BEST and 5IOST POPU1VAB
Hewing Thread of Modern Times.
BEWARE OF I3IITATIOXS.
For s.llo-' bv E. (i.-Dovev & Son. Solomon
Xiithau. Win Ilerold, V. ll. liaker & Co.. L.
Kaliskv & Son.
A MONTH! A52ST3 VASTE3!
75 Um tk-lli.c Artlrlr. la thf oriel: m-
lerrw. Ad.JAT BR0.1S0N, C3trcit,li;si
uANTrn ,o,oo Brs,,r'-9 ai'csevEs. or which 1
If nil I LUmakeBuckoyel'iJtOi.ittnei.t.'VVarrantedto
cr 1-uc Aauiau with Muip, Dr. J. ". Tjibler. it. luu. Mo.
Will be mailed, with INSITFLATOR
all enmpiete, for si. so. Adurest ir. C.
iC 6YKLS. P'.w E. Madison st..Chliai)rii,
III., who was cured dt It nine venr nr-i.
TIioiiiniU curea since. If afra 1 -( le-
nis aumbuifzed. name this paner. and
send ten cent a to pay printing and ik-j-.i-;!
tor Koolc of fall information, teaiitnn.
inlals. etc 1'ou wiil never retret lu
.ever discovered, as it i certain in its
.Reflect ai:d does not bii.-ter. ,
' . T. KAD I'liOOI- I-.KI.oV, . '. . .1
From Jlev. P. X. Grangcv.
11 c-idiiifi Elder of the ,t. Alhan's Distil Pt.
ST. ALl'.AXS. YT.-.fan-'ooili 1
11 it T ir t .il t. i-,.' i-5.
ed him out for f, - ' I . . ". I
. r- n in iiim uri'H . . 1
oeiter? but ;h': r,,, , : znv:z
onn ?rJ 1 d.sco'veiedthatailn--Klu'.V
l"-"-l a bottl.- of
hi A - " "iIh 'ess th:.n :i ho
nim no .1,,, i,
ott le enre.l
hat he is not lame, ueitlier can tlie
be f-ill 11. 1.
'.spectfully Yours. P. X. flHAXcEit.
i'i lee ,vi per bottle, orsix bottles fur .5, All
druirKists have if or can pet it for you, or it will
be sent to jmv address on receipt (if ju ice by
the proprietors, B. J. KKNDA LL a C J.,
Enosburh Kalis. Vermont.
C. F. Ooodmax, A't thiialia, Xeb.
BAUD r? STRTTMITN'T CATAXOGTm.
Our nntfcai'iiMOf Iu4
Voru, Liruta llcj-jrn' Static J
and IIat I pn-ulcts. Ca,)-
1 amp. Estaad', and Out-
Vf i (vntiurn v paes of
infrmnr t .tf, foe musician.
K K Mathews r
Hardware, Cutlery, Uails,
Iron, Va?n StocU.
if at nu $&idinm.
STOVES and Tl5-WAKE,
Tron, WomI Stock, Pumps,
FIELD it- GARDEX SEEDS, ROPE,
AND ALL KINDS OF SHEET
IRON WORK, Kept in Stock.
Making ami IJepairJiitf,
. - . DONE WITH
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
A.U Work Warranted.
Schlegel & Nieman,
Successors to A. Scixlegkl, & Bko.J
And dealers iu
SMOKEKS' FAXCY AKTIC" ' MOKIG
aud CILEW" -LES SM0KI
order, and.s- " and sizes of CIGARS made to
clipplr ..tisfaetion guaranteed. Ciar
Main Str- solc" tor smk'nS tobacco.
-et, or;e door west of J. S. Duke's store
Oii.twffe rust Ojficc,
si 9 J The
your letter I will say that my V V' erieo e.. it h
lv-rnd;,ll s Smn Cure ha. hor", Tewatisric
tory indeed. Three or ftu- - 1 ur !', r
.-d a hottle of your a-i,.. ..t.j iith it .Tr , I
"'.ed'hv1 S'sna'l . "list
. - - ........ . ,1,-. , ... 1 r ..1., ,
IHl. J. L.. JIfCHF.A,
HOMCEPATHIC PHYSICIAN, at Factory
ville, Cass county, Xebraska. 24ly
T. It. 1VILNOX,
ATTORXEY AT LAW. Practices in Saun
ders and Cass Counties. Ashland, Nebraska.
It. It. WIMIIIAII,
ATTORXEY AT LAW, riattsmouth.Xeb. Of
ficeFront Room over Chapman & Smith's
Drug Store. . 43ly
31. A. HART Mi AX.
ATTORXEY AXD SOLICITOR. Will Prac
tice in the State and Federal Courts. Resi
dence, Plattsmouth. Nebraska. illy
II. It. LIVIMiSTO.V, 31. I.,
THYSICIAX & SUHUE05.
OFFICE HOURS, from 10 a. 111.. to 2 p. in.
Examining Surgeon for U. S. Pension.
Ilt. W. II. SCIIILDKSKCIIT,
TRACTISIXO rilVSICIAX. residence on
Chieairo Avenue, Plattsmouth. Xebrsaska.
Oflice in C. E. Wescott's Clothing Store, illy
J. II. II A 1. 1.. M. O.
PHYSICIAN AND SCKGEOX. '
OFFICE with Dr. Livingston South Side of
Main Street, between (ith and 7th streets. Will
attend calls promptly. 4iyl
COLLECTIONS H. SSCIALTT.
ATTORXEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire Tn
nurance and Collection Agfnev. Ollice in Fitz
gerald's block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. 2Ziuii
UKO. . M3IITII.
' ATTORXEY AT LAW and Real Estate Bro
ker. Special attention given to Collections
and all matters affecting the title to real estate.
Oflice on 2d floor over Post Office. Plattsmouth.
I. II. WIIEELF.lt JL CO.
LAW OFFICE, Real Estate, Fire and Life In
surance Agents, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Col
lectors, tax -payers. Have a complete abstract
of titles. Buy and sell real estate, negotiate
loans, &c. I5yl
NOTARY PUBLIC Will attend to buying
and selling lands, examining titles, making
deeds, paying taxes and collecting debts. Will
also attend to law suits before a Justice ef the
47tf Factor wiiiLE, Cass Co. Nfb.
SAM. 31. CIIAPJIA.V
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor In Chancery. Ofnce in Fitzger
JAMES E. MOKBISOS, "VV. L. BROWNE.
MOKKISON A. ItlCOAVXR.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will Dra: t:ce in Cass
and adjoining Counties ; gives special attention
to collections and abstracts of title. Office In
Fitzgerald Block, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
STEVEXSOX &. MITItFI?,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Plattsmouth and
Nebraska C'ty. Neb.
lHOS. B. KT EVEN SON, I E. J. MCRVIS,
iseuia.sKa city. liver Mnitn 15 lac It 's
Neb. j Drug Store,
I31y I Plattsmouth, Neb.
i W. CLl'TTEK.
Plattsmooth. Xebratskf 1.
Office on Main Street over Solom on & Na
than's Store. 34ly
C. IIFISI.l,, - Proprietor.
Flov.r, Corn Meal & Feed
'-J " ' llt&II-il A1IU AMI til, ' v
prices. T.ie highest prices paid lor Wheat and
Corn. Particular attention given civstom work.
Place of business on Main St.. between 4th
and. 'ith streets. Shampooing, Shining, chil
dren's hair cutting, etc. etc. 191y
FRED. D. LEHNIIOFF, -
31 or id ng Dew Saloon !
South-east corner Main and Sixth Streets.
Keep the best of
Beer, Win.es, Liquors & Cigars.
3.tiii9 Constantly on Hand.
D. C. W.t;vF.K,S.K. BENSI.KV, J. R. BK.NSI.Ky.
BEY.SLEY WAGNER & BEESLEY,
Office, tic Exchange Building.
UNION STOCK YARDS, - - CHICAUO.
We refer by permission to tlie First Nation
al Bank, Plattsmouth, Xebraska.
H. K. SMITH.
General Western Agent, headquarters at
machine" shops !
Repairer of Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Millf
UAS AM) STEA3I l'ITTl-;S,
'rought Iron Pipe. Force and Lift Fipes.Steain
Gauges, Safety-Valve Governors, and all
kinds of Brass Engine Fittings.
' repaired on short notice.
11 you want any
Fire or Ornamental Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUIS TILLE, - - NEBRASKA.
Na tional Bank
OF PluYTTSMOUTf, NEBRASKA,
TOHN Fll.'ZOEl '.ALD ..
E. ;. Do cey,..-
K. W. McLaug. hlix.
JOXH O XiOUKJCi "5
This Bank Is no w open for business at th-'j
lew room, corner i Mam and Sixth streets, anu
is prepared to trans act a ijeneiai
Stock, Bandi GeldL Government and Local
EOUGn T A.XD SOLD.
tL-vosits Received and Interest Allow
ed on Time- Certificates.
ivailable in any part t the Cuited States and
In all tha rrincip fcl Towns and Cities
. ol F- iirope.
AGLMS FOIt THE
nman Line awd Allan Lin
OF NT SHAM F.KS.
Person wisliins to bring out heir friends from
PCRCHASE TICKETS FEk'"l t'S
Stale directory .
A. S. PADDOCK. U. S. Senator, Beatrice.
ALVIN SAUNDERS. U. S. Senator, Omaha.
E. K. VALENTIXE.Representafe. West Point.
ALBIN US NANCE. Governor. Lincoln.
8. J. ALEXANDER, Secretary of State. -
F. W. LEIDTKE, Auditor, Lincoln.
G. M. BARTLETT, Treasurer. Lincoln.
S. R. THOMPSON, Supt. Public Instruction.
F. M. DAVIS. Land Commissioner.
C. J. DILWORTII, Attorney General.
REV. C. C. HARRIS. Chaplain of Penitentiary
DR. H. P. MATTUEWSON, Supt. Hospital for
S. MAXWELL. Chief Justice, Fremont.
GFO. B. LAKE, Omaha.
AMASA COBB, Lineolu.
Second Judicial f)itrict.
S. B. POUND, Judge, Lincoln.
J. C. WATSON. Prosecuting-Att'y, Neb. City.
V. C. SHOW ALTER, Clerk District Court,
- County jfJireclory.
A. X. SULLIVAN, County Judge.
J. D. TUTT. County Clerk.
J. M. PATTERSON, County Treasurer.
R. W. HYKRS. Sheriff.
E. H. WOOLEY.Co. Sup't Pub. Instruction.
G. W. FAIRFIELD, Surveyor.
P. P. GASS, Coroner.
JAMES CRAWFORD. South Bend Precinct.
SAM'L RICHARDSON. Mt. Pleasant Precinct.
ISAACWILES, Plattsmouth Prccinet.
J. W. JOHNSON, Mavor.
J. M. PATTERSON, Treasurer.
J. D. SIMPSON, City Clerk.
RICHARD VIVIAN, Police Judge.
P. B. MURPHY, Chief of Police.
F. E. WHITE, Chief of Fire Dept.
1st Ward F. GORDER. C. H. PARMELE.
2d Ward G W. FAIRFIELD, J. V. WECK-
3d Ward-D. MILLER, TITOS. POLLOCK.
4th Ward P. McCALLAN, E. S. SHARP.
ttetntaslerSTiO. W. MARSHALL.
B. & M. R. KTime Table.
Taking Effect April 11, 1830.
FOR OMAHA FROM PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 8 :00 a. in. Arrives 10 :05 a. in.
3 :4- p. in. " 5 :0 p. ni.
FROM OMAHA FOR PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 9 :(h) a. in. Arrives 10 :10 a. m.
" 6 :30 p. m. ' 8 :15 p. in.
FOR THE WEST.
toln, 12 15 p. ni. ; Arrives Kearney, 7: 40 p. in.
rreiijui leaves :ii iu :.u it. iu. inu at t.
Arrive at Lincoln at 4 :35 p. m. and 12 :20 ;u ni-
FHOM THE WKST.
r niraa IT-ifiiuV A. -AH O 111 I.f'lV" IlUCOln.
IX.a I. J j , v -
1 .05 p. m. Arrives Plattsmouth. 4 :25 p. m
, ' 1 I inmtln i f 11 -1 . Ill unil 4 !UO
r icigui irii.ri bjiii. ,,. w .. ---
a. m. Arrives at Plattsmuuth at 4 ; p. in. and
e :5o a. iu.
Express, 6 :00 a. m. .
Passenuer. (train each day) 4 :25 p. in., except
Saturday. Every third Saturday a train con
nects at the usual tune.
11. V. It. It. Time Tabic.
Taking Effect Sunday, April 11, 1580.
6 :28 -
9 :00 .'
B LOOMING TON.
ar. ( mi t- v I 1 ve
4 : 55
4 : Jo
AHUIVAb AXI IEIAKTlItE OF
E1STKU.V, KOllTHEHN AND SOUTHERN.
I n.n:irf h':lt ..4-nODIU
Vrrive ....): 30 am I CB& KO Nort h4 : 00 pin
. . 7.opill wiutuw.woiii
"" " " ICB&QEast 0:00 am
OMAHA. VIA It. & M. IN NEIt.
Arriyt 10 : 30 am Depart : i" l"
WESTERN. VIA B. & M. IN NK1!.
Arrive 15 I Impart u : 30 am
Arrive H :00aiii Depart 1:00 pin
KOCJC J'-I.t t rS AND UNION MIIXS.
Arrive.' :W 1 Impart 1 : 00 pin
J. W. Marshall. P. M.
Serve nu Injunction o Disease
Bv invi-'orating a feeble constitution, reuovat-
tilt! a iet)iiitaieu jn .-ii-. n. r... . .. a
ter's Stomach Bitters, the finest, the most high
ly sanenoueii, aiiu im- lin-i i'iiuai n-nn. ni
preventive in existence.
For sale by all Druggists and Healers
The Only Really Keliablc Keuiedy for
lTastinir and NcrTons Diseases.
After numerous experiments, Mr. Fellows
succeeded in producing this combination of
Hypophosphites, which has not only restored
him tc health but has since been found so suc
cessful hi the treatment of every other disease
enulnEting from loss of nerve power, and con
sequently muscular relaxation, viz :
St. V ltus' Dance
A rein a Pectoris
Congestion of tlie Lungs
Palpitation pf the Heart
Interrupted and Feeble
Dypt heretic Prostra
tion Epileptic Fits
Fever and Ague
Action oi tne Jtearx
Fear of Child Birth
Dancers of Child Birth
Liability to Miscarriage
Diseases produced by overtaxing the miud ;
by grief and anxiety ; by rapid growtb ; by
child-bearing ; by insufficient nourishment ; by
residence in hot climates or unhealthy locall
ties : bv excesses, or by any irregularities Of
Sold ny all lrnirriti. $1.50 per Bottle.
iutely and .preiiljr curtd. Va
Irm. No publicity. Seed etunp
for rail partm'.u. Dr CarUfiOi
Ct CELEBRATED H 1
JSTcitional (Repizblicciri Ticlzet
For President oftlie United States,
GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD.
OF OHIO. .
The Republican jinTtyin National Oonven
'tlon as(mli at I he end ot twenty year!
iMCe tlie KiHteril Goven ment was lirst sub
milled in their eharife, submits to the oeoplo
nf tlie U. S. i.':is I, lej.oi l of its ailininis
tratiou. It su ,.re.e I a" rebellion whieh had
nriuel ne:irl v uii'lhiii of men to subvert the
Xlioii:il aulhoiitv. It veennstructe'l the
Union of .the S ta to w'i t h f ree-loin instead of
slavery ns i I coriier-sione. It transt'ormed
four (Million litiui.tn l-ein-js from the likeness
rrt tlnns to t lie rank o! eil izens. It relieved
C'litsii-fn fnnii the in laiiitiiis work of huntinir
fiiiiilivo slaves, jui'l chur.eed it to, gee that,
slavei'v .iocs imc exist, ll has r.iie l the val
ue ot our n.iper currency from 38 percent to
tlie par tf gold. It has rewtored upon a solid
h:i-ia p. -v uieiil in e.iin 1 ji all Hie na lion a I obli
p 1 1 1 -us " a ml has privcii us a eurreney abso
It; i v iroo.l and equal in every part of our ex-.
Ifliueii t-iniii I rv. It has lit led the credit of
the na . i ii froii: the point where 6 per cent
bon.; s si, 14 at 81 to H at vheTe4 percent bonds
are e:iei ly eoualii at a piciniuin. Under its
adiiii;ijti-aiion r ilways have inerensed from
31.000 miles in I CO to more thnn 82,000 miles in
17 . Our foreixn tmde has inerensed from
$70n,0. 0,C0 to 1 1. loO.iKio.OOO in the name time,
and our cxp ris, which were $-20,-oo.ouo less
than our imports in IS0O, were ti;4,ooo,WK)
niiiro than our imports in isl'J. Without
re-m-tins to loans. it has, since the wftrclosed,
lc fiityed tbe ordinary expenses of Govern
ment bci ic the ac ruing interest on the
put-lie debt, and disburse I annually over
3-,Olio,foo r..r pensions. It lias pnid 8A5,01O,OOO
of Hie public debt, and by refundiug tho bal.
lance at lower rales has reduced the annual
interest ctiarjro from nearly 151,000.000 to less
than 9,000 0.0. All the industries of tho
country have revived, labor is la demand,
wtigcs tin ve incre (ss-l, and tliroughont the en
tire country there is evidence of a coming;
prosperity greater .than we have ever enjoy,
ed. Upon this record the Republican parly
asks for tliecoiiiinued coutidenceund support
of the people, ami this convention submits
for their approval the following statement of
the m iiici .los ami purposes winch will con
tinue to guide uu I inspire its efforts.
1. We afli no Hint the work of the last twen
to one vears has been such ns ( cotninemj it.
self to I he l.tvor of the nation, and that the
fruits of the costly victories which we have
achieve ! th round immense ilifliculties shoubl
be preserved ; that the peace regained should
be churishcd ; thai l ho dissevered union now
hapi-ily restored should be perpetuated, and
that tlie liberties secured to this generation
should be t laiiiinit led undiminished tofuture
pcm-ia turns ; that the order established ami
the credit acquired should never be Impaired;
that the pensions promised, should be poid;
that the debt so much reduced should be ex
tinguished by tho full piyment o every tlol.
lar thereof; that the reviving- industries
should be further promoted, and that tho
commerce nlroady 6o great should ho steadily
1. The Constitution of the XT. S. is a supreme
law and not a mere contract; out of confed
erate states it made a sovereign nation ; some
powers are denied to the nation while others
sre denied to Stales, but tho boundary be
tween tlie powers delegated and those re
served is to be determined by the National
and not the Stato tribunals.
3. The work of popular education is one
left to the care of the several States, but it is
the duty of the National Government to aid
that work to the extent of its constitutional
ability. The intelligence of the nation is but
the aggregate of the intelligence in the sev
eral States; and the destiny of the nation must
be guided, noil) the genius of any one State,
but by tlie average genius of all.
4. The constitution wisely forbids Congress
to make any law respecting an establishment
ot relicrion. but it is l lie to hone that the Na
tion can be protected against the influences of
sectarianism wuuc eacn sute is exposed to
its denomination. We therefore reroinmend
th it the constitution be so amended as to lay
the same prohibition upon the legislatnro of
each State, and also to forbid the appropriation
of public funds to the support of sectarian
A Folded Leaf.
A folded iage, old, stnine ' and blurred,
I found uilhiu your book last night,
I did not read the dim, dark word
I saw in the slow-waning light;
So put it Kick and left it there.
As if in truth I did not care, . -
Ah! we have ail a folded leaf.
That in Time's book long ago
We leave; a half relief
Falls on us when we hide it so,
We fold it down, then turn away
And who may rea-l that pagc to day? .
Not you, my child ; nor you, my wife,
Who sit Itesido my study chair;
For all have something in their life
That they, and they alone, can bear
A trifling lie, a deadly sin,
A something liought they did not win.
My folded leaf! how bine eyes gleam
And blot the dark-brown eyes I seel
And golden curls at evening beam
Above the black locks at my knee.
Ah me! that leaf if folded down,
And aye for me the locks are brown.
And yet I love them who sit by.
My beet and dearest dearest note.
They may not know for what 1 sigh,
W hat brings the shadow on my brow.
Ghosts at the best; so let them be,
Nor come bet ween myjifc and mel
They only rise at twilight hour;
So light the lamp and close the blind.
Small perfume lingers in the flower
That sleeps that folded page behind.
So let it ever folded lie;
'Tuill be unfolded when I die!
REVENUE IS SWEET.
ET L. J.
"I believe he has made love to every
jrirl in the villa-re," cried Bel Itath
boiini". "It's perfectly scandalous I" -
"lie tokl me last night that I was
the sweetest girl lie ever met," 6aid
"tic has assured me fifty times, if
once, that if I could not love him, he
would never survive!''
This from Daisy Howard.
"lie lows nie madly, passionately,
devotedly, but has never reached the
momentous question. 'Wilt thou be
mine ?' " declared mischievous Bel.
"And never will," answered Daisy.
The three orirls looked at one an
other and burst into a chorus ot laugh
They were ensconced in Bel's 8nus
ltttlc sittinL- room, whither they had
repaired lor a regular good chat."
They were firm friends, and all three
the pets of the village.
Pretty, and 6wcet, and full of spirit,
they were adored by the young fel
lows and envied by the girls aud to
think that they should all apparently
be the victims pf one man was a little
For Vice-President of tne United States,
GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
OF UEW YOBK.'
5. We reaffirm the belief, avowed In 1S7B,
tha: the duties levicd'for the ptirp- se of rev.
eiiiie siiou id s i discriminate as to laror Amer
ican labor; thai no further grant of the public
domain should be made, to any mi: way or th.
er corporation, that slavery ,'having perished
In the States, it twin barbarity polygamy
must die in the Territories ; th.ic everywhere
the protection accorded to a oitizen of Ameri
ran birth must be secured toritiz.-ns by Amcr- .
lean adoption. That we enteem it the duly ff
Congi ess to develop and impiove our water
courses and harbors, but insist that further"
Sud i-lics to private worporttions must cease;
that the obligations of the l.'epublic to the
men who pi eserved lis integrity iu the. hour
ef bat tie. -ire undimil:ed by the lapse of fifteen
years since tiieir Until victory. 'J'heir perpet
ual honor is and shall forever be the grate
ful privilege and sacred duty of the American
people; we welcome to the bcncll s nud prir.
iie-res of our free institutions all those who
seek their enjoyment aud are willing to as.
snine theobligal ions while they participate in
IImj benefits of American c.i-izetisln p. The in
flux to our shore -of hordes of people who are
unwilling to perforin the duticsof thecitizen,
or to recognize the binding force of our laws
and customs, is not (o beencourage-l ; and be
lieving that respect fnl attention should ho
paid to c ilrt e un plained of by mi r lire t hern on
the Paciiic const, we urge the renewed alien,
tion of C'-ngi ess to thi important tjuesiion,
a d suggest suchchrinzenfourexisiiiig treaty
obligations as will remedy these evils.
C. That the purity and patriotism which
cha hc teriacd the cai'lier career of 1 tut her ton!
It. Hayes in peace and war, and which guided
the th'i.nghtsot our immediate pr.-decc-sor to
liiui for a I'n si-lential candidate have contin
ued to i:ipi-e him in his career, as chief exe
cutive, nud th it hi lory will accoi-d to his ad
mini: i a l on t be honors which are due lo effi
cient. jt.Bt, and courteous fulfillment of the
public business, and will honor the interposi
tions between the people and proposod par.
7: We charge upon the Democratic party the
'hn'.-:t u.-l saci lilcc of i atrio:s:n ami juslico to
a supreme ami i s : rt b c I us t ot o:Iioe and pa
tronage. T-iiit to b'ain possession of the Na.
tion::i and S iteiiji i iiiiiems and t lie control
f place h:M psm i'n. hey have obstructed
ftl - eli 'or i s to p o noLi; l he pnriiv and lo con-
crve lliefrrfiio.il of suffrage; hare devised
1 r.i ill ii leu l ce r. ilici t :ons ,-iu I (e urns; have
lbuie-t lo unseal lawiu ly-ele -.e l members
oft'ougres-; toseemeai all hazards the vote
of a major. ly of the Slates in the IIouso of
Repr se-itat ves; have endeavored lo ocenpy
by io ce and ft and l he pi ces of trust g.vt-n to
oihei s by the pe -p'e of M -ine.and rescued
by the courage in ac. i ion of Maine"s pitr.oiic
s-ms; iiave, by medio-ls vicious n principle
an i i y r.lnvi;-a'I in p actice, attempted artis -n
legislation t - appropriation biils, upon whose
pas a ro th very movements of government
...-pi- ids; hat c crushed the rigiits o the indi
v i .ii I; have advocated the principle and
s itriu the .avorof rebellion against the Na-r.
ti i , a . I have eti.l-; vore I to obliterate tha
-a' t nicni-i ie-i of t he war, and to overcome
i'-s i.iest imai.l v irood resulls freedom and in-tli-.
i !u:,l eiiual ty ; and we aflinn it to be ihe
d-.t-. ami the pu po-e of the lie pitbl-. an oart y
l u t: alt le i. iiii t;e means to tesioreall the
:iii-s oi this I'ni.iu to the most i e:fet t liar,
m ii y whi'-h may be practicable; ai-.-l we snl
iii i to the prac:i al, sensible people of tho
17 . it ci I S. ale io say whether it vuulil not be
ilan'i- ons to the "dearest In eie ts of our
con n i ry at th s lime, to surrender the a Imin
isiia.i in of tlie National Covei nmciu to a par
ty which Fei-ts to overthrow i ho eslinaf
l -licy mulw which wo --re sn prosperous, n I
thus brin x dislrusi, and confusion where theie
is now orderKcoiilldeuce, aud hope.
8. The Republican party, adhering to a prin
ciple alii line-1 bv its last National Convention
of respect for the Constitutional rule cm i-r-in
a appointments to oflice, adopt the declara
tion ot President llnyes that the reform of
the civil service should be thorouehly
radical and complete. To this end it de
mauds the co-operation of the Legislative
with the Executive department of tho tiov
emment, and that Congress shall so leg
islate that Illness ascertained by proper prac
tical tests, shall admit to the public service;
and that the iKiwcr of removal lor cause, with
due responsibility' lor tho good conduct of
subordinates, shall accompany the power of
Tlie sub'pet of their discussion was
a voting jciil It iii-iii who wits nisiicrit-i:i-T
tor a lew weeks in I heir nci-rhbiir-li
iod. llaiid'nnne, well educated, and
rich, was it a wonder tlinl every one
went wild"" over Iiim. and that lie was
coined and. Jt-htl until it was enosigli
to tiii'ii any su m's head.
I;:it it did u t turn ' Horace Fern
leiih.. (!i. itol- lb; was used lo it.
and ho rather enjoyed it. It was liU
boast in his private club that lie had
made more love to more girls aial bro
ken more iicr.rtg ilian any oilier yoiin
ni iii ot' his bet, aud here he was in his
JSir. lloifice was sauntering slowly
toward tho 1 lath bourne, miti-ion o;i the
wry day and hour when-1 lire; o; his
"vkthii."' were "iwkiiig him over tlie
cor. Is ' in a m. inner lliat won id h.tvo
been divh'edly. .startling to his ct,m-plaren.-y
coiiidlie have heard tliein.
ilcouoi.it t he pv.r.is!.ed iu a way
that won hi be a lLciong lesson to
him,'' declare.! Tiny. "Vi'hy he has
almost broken my heart."
And U;ii.ii.i i!. very jicrsoiiiflci
t !.; of grief, iio shed an iiuaginary
lie actually b-li"ves that T have sue
CUinbcvi lo 1 1 13 cf.-irnis laughed Bel.
"You G;.lii. to havo seen nie, girls,
vcVa,. toM .rt f'nf he loved me. 1
1-1 -is' i -' !: evfd inairnlvcon-v-nr'
' v. 'i'l nil l'i tim- T
v i t I i" -'. If h- Aid v would
I'd! - i 1 - wi:'i on- of us. tV-ti we
t i "-' i In.' --r ivu- tn r-i-i hitn as
li m.;.-i-v" . '! !: .ti'V-i: h 's imper
is -!:!. Tii- !n' iris eiiTM -ti-1 in such
ry. ''ii!l- t'-.i-'s." roaiinr of self-es-t
e :Vit it w nll be i!Hossi?de to
1 '.rt c it. II "11 di-tnppo ir su-1 !en
1 -.--.:... .In nfs ;r he t.lrn'cs he has
done Ms ,-;!; w.dl, and weM nr. r
P:-e hi'.r. tii .ro.. A'i, I vis!( T roilltl
iii.-V- Id in love mo wji!?lii't I scorch
hi r .
';'; t .-.v.v 1"' - y V. A." eT'un In
nn - i ; . -' v . b .viiii 1 Hie
' ''' ctirr.-i!!i. ;ui 1 o;it s.to ije l Iter
sixteen-year-old college b t'other, home
on fiirini-fhl's vacali ui,
."Wish a r.islj ih girls were on him,
puuii Wni him with their little fisl-,
and htiziiing him in the sam; breath,
for he was a favorite with them if he
was "only a boy," and glad enough
they were to sec him so unexpectedly,
if lie had Intruded into tiieir secret
"1 had no i lea you were so vindic
tive, Bel." he renewed, when the grret
iniis were over. "And who is the ob
ject of this bitter outbreak?"
"Oil, a Mr. Horace Fcrnh-ih a. itv
gent 'email who is spen 1 i n a few
wetks in our suburban retreat. H
ji regular lady-killer, an I is trying his
charms on us as well as the rest of the girls.
"Kather a new role for you three
the heart broken instead of the heart
breakers, and I suppose you dou't rel
ish it much, eh, girls?"
"If wecould but be avenged," groan
ed Tiny. "But to think of hi3 imag
ining that he is leaving us all crushed
makes me fairly wild.'7
"You are right there. Eevenge is
sweet. Let me help you. "What do
you say to having him make love to
. "To youf came from all three sim
ultaneously. , "Why, Willie, what do
"Don't you think" I would make a
first-rate girl ? A regular heart-breaker?
Y'ou needn't look so astonished.
I have taken a girl's part more than
once in our theatricals at college on
account of my smooth faee anil slender
fbzure, and I tell you 1 make up stun
ning, if I do say it. I've got it down
to a tine point, voice aud all. Bel,
where's the wig I left here at the last
"Willie, you're an angel!" cried
Daisy. ''Do you really believe you
can carry it out?"
"Kather! Let's beirin operations at
once. By St. Patrick, isn't that he
coming in at the gate?"
Tiny flew to tlie window.
"It is indeed I Willie, why aren't
you dressed now, so that you could
be;: in your Mere at once."
"iltd, go down at once and entertain
the oenileinan until your cousin from
Devonshire conies down," commandeit
Wili ; "and mind you encourage him
lo make all the love he can; and you
two stay here ami dress me."
"You don't want him to know you
are in the !.ouc, do you?" sai-t Bel.
Twenty minutes later there glided
into the parlor the sweetest witch of
about, eighteen summers that ever was,
and Bel introduced her as "My cous
in, Jennie Yaughan, from Devonshire,
What lovely dark eyes she had, and
ehimniei iii-r golden hair ! Why, even
prel ty Bel coul. lu't hold a candle to
her! Who could resist making him
Felf fascinating to her? And before
lie had lelt M r. Ferulelgh had engaged
her lor a drive, telling Bel, as he sfylv
pressed her hand in parting, as a friend
of hers, he would do all he could to
make her cousin's visit agreeable.
How the girl3 rushed down into the
parlor after he had left and what a
screaming and laughing there was ! -Will
rolled on the lloor almost in con
vulsions, very much to the detriment
of his long train aud fair tresses.
"What a lark it was," he gasped, too
see him titting there. ra!iu"r his kill
ing glances at. me so thai you shouldn't
sec them, Bel !" '
An I he went oT into a freh out
burst of lairrhter. w!iil- tlie o'lje-jt of
their merriment won ! I his way leis
urely to his hotel, thinking t,o him
self "By Jove, a reorular little beauty!
Bel herse-l" is thrown in the shad al
though there is a family reaetuhl Mice.
A lucky thing T thought of that drive;
but I'll have to he con'oun bvlly care
ful, or I'll ro-isc Bl's Misjdeions.
Whv, I do believe that girl considers
hers-.-lf engiged t me. the way she
acted to-day! Well, it's only polite
to plav aii'eeible to a guest of hers,
and I'm going to do if."
The fiii i that followed the next few
davs! Everywhere Miss Jennie went
Mr. Fernleigh was her devoted cava
lier. "Soleiy for y itir sake," as he re
assurinirlv told Bel, aud "To obii re.
Miss Ka! h bourn.?," the rest of the girls
Every evenitr; Mr. Fernleigh took
Mis Vaugh ni for a stroll in tho elm
grove, an I p"r!npt his ntl'.-ii! '. nt
would have b -eii a little less I ove ri i -:,
on 1 his wor.ls a lit tie mire !-: i' .v
chosen, had ho known tint h:-ii:.:-l ihe
trees were hid ' ;i a .core of mis.-!--ou
gi. ls with their h uuifcercliiefs
stitfiei int Iheir .mouths and I cars
streannir down iheir checks in their
efforts to keep thinselvt-i unobserved.
But the en I'm r came as it aiwayi
docs, sooner or laier,anl Mr. Fern
leigh awo!r one ii.rn:..ig with tho un
pleas'!:it convictr-n lYillic was deep
ly in love hifiis'lf." 1I-, tho iln;ry--i-a-blc,
the iuvin.dbic, was in the toils at
last! An!, stranger still to re hue,
with a you n ; I idy of whose affections
he was not at all cert tin. -
MNs Jennie had persistently reject
ed all his a Iv.iu :es h id given him to
understand that she did not approve
of flirting in fact, had piqued him,
and close upon pique followed love;
that is, as much love as his shallow
heart was capable of feeling, and ho
determined that she should yield.
And yield she did that very evening
very sweetly and graciously, much to
"Had 1 been to sure of my prize, I
might at least not h ive been in such a
hurry," he thought, ruefully, "but I
shall have to face the music now."
"And you will come over to-morrow
and announce o;ir engagement? '
asked Jennie, conti icnily.
How should lie explain matters to
Bel, and lo all the oi.iers? U'lut an
idiot he had made of himself! But
lie really love. I Jennr?, he told him
self, and o would brave it out, as bwst
The next morning when he stepped
into Mrs. KatliLiourne's drawing-room,
he found himself iu the pivseuoe of
not only Bet, but a dozen ot.ier girls,
every oiic of whom-lis-knew .d.v-,
only too well! Jcnoks was njtfliera in
fcig.'.t, but BjI, coaling forward, off.-r-cu
iiim a seat, saying
"You will please excuse us, I know,
Mr. Fcrnicigii, if we g on wit i our
parts; we are rehearsing for pnva-c
t An i l irning to Tiny she went on
"Oil. Jeii.i.e, my -larliag, b it lor one
little ray o. hope! 1 love you ucarly 1
W'iiv, oh, w.iy uo you persist in tn. lik
ing am trilling witn your leeliugsf"
I love you too wed tor that, my uair
ling." Tncn Tiny
"But, Horace, you hive mado love
tx my cousin, and to other gals, too:
that 1 am suro o:'."
"I may iiave flirted with them a
trills, darling, only becauso 1 knew
you did not care, but you, my dar
ling!' a pause, only broken oy the
subdued gig0'ie of every girl ia the
W.iat did it mean? His very words
tO Jofhirt l.IO lli ;.li oeiOCi !
"Jdr. FfciUiCiii lh.iiod ia blanU
amazement. vwiat couij. it uieau?
iiai tn: girl b-.en fooliUg aim?
"Voiiii. ii HiMin.i, Oiju eirt'T
Sc.ilt i , " i: .. tJv 1,0 Ji'vU h.m t l."
Joying rather uniiiteliLd'd-''- -e. i
Miss Vaughau is not in I wi:i uv:i..
(Oht you want Jennie?" ask,c4 Bel,
-'Here, Will !" and in tumbled Will,
this time in his true character.
Throwing himself into the startled
gentleman's arms, he murmured
"Horace, here is your own little
Jennie! Why are you so silent, love?
Speak, if but one word, to your own
darling!'' and he strangled hiui .in a
The truth flashed like lightning
across Horace Fernlcigh's mind. The
girls had thrown themselves into
chairs, and were shrieking with laugh
ter. Will still held him in his bear's
embrace, pouring words of love into
his unwilling ear. He had been trick
ed, duped, fooled outrageously; but
there was no help for it.
With a frantic struggle he released
himself Iroin Will's encircling arms,
and bounded through the hall into the
street, tae girls' suricks, and Will's
despairing ."Fare well iny own!'' ring
ing in his ears.
Bv morning the whole village would
know of his -disgrace! He left that
a.tcruooii for parts unknown, for the
tituj being, at ica-st, cured of his pro
pensity for 'lining. Toe girls had
had their reveu -;e, u..ii it was doubl
The Hellenic View of Beauty.
But if the Greek view of beauty bs
found to have been Pantheistic only,
and that in the Theistic sense so that
the Attic citizen really thought the ol
ives of his Academe had something of
an unknown (iod iu them, or manifest
ed God to him then it is no use try
ing to appeal to his life as godless, or
to his art as irreligious. He did not
know God, but he certainly sought
after him. He was, no doubt, rath
er superstitious, ns St. Paul told
him, and as had been remarked of him
iu another tone by Thucydides four
hundred years before. His Deisida;
monia sometimes did him more harm
than good ; but he did, after his fash
ion, believe iu God, and feci after him
as manifested by natural things. Ho
thought nymphs lived in the streams,
an I Dry i Is in the oaks, and that
Ala aie was somewhere about Athens,
coi fly iu tho .Parthenon. But he
tho i -ii-. Athene was "his goddess" in
good c truest, and that she might bo
one manifestation of the one theion:
and, moreover, that the nymphs and
dryads would know, if ho pollu
ted the land by murder or other
evil deeds, beneath their oaks, or
by their streams. Superstition was
prevalent among the Athenians ; the
nunneries of religious rites, the false
prophesies of their gods, influenced by
i.i'! learned priests leading tho igno
rant, as witness the address : "Then
Paul stood in the midst of Mars' Ilill
and said, Ye men of Athens, I perceive
tn.it in all things ye are too super
stitious." He believed iu a Theion
or Divinity, and in a kind of
watchful police of spirits and local
heroes dead and gone before, who
would not have their land polluted by
his sin. And for a time, and in a
measure, he ruled himself accordingly.
Iu the Peiiciean, orPiieidian age, the
Athenian soidier, seamau aud legisla
tor was about the last person in the
world to look to as an example of
"Nature's happy Agnosticism." , As
our Gothic ancestors built churches
for modern inlidels to criticise, or con
template as denuded ol their associa
tions and tiieir reverence; so Pheidias
and lctimuf, who certainly believed
very much more iu God to an the mod
ern renaissance, Ucqueatued in the
Parthenon, to make tne most of it, not
as an argument lor Greek theism. It
has a,ain aud again been pointed out
how symt;atueticaily St. Paul deals
with Ins Areopagitio audience. He
audresscs them almost as one of thein
sdves, only ne has tins special mes
sage wine. i, he kno.vs, they all so de
sire and long to bean "Whom ye ig
norantly worship him declare 1 uuto
you." Contemporary lleview.
In Pawtucket, It. I., as a gang of
workmen were digging a trench ou
School street, between Meadow and
Pond streets, for a water main, they
unearthed two full grown skeletons,
one of them in quite a good state of pre
servation. They were found in tho
mklulo of the street, and about two
feet under ground. This street, be
tween the two streets mentioned above,
was graded a year or two ago, and the
bodies when buried must have been
placed about eight feet under ground.
A year or two ago there was a big
sensation in San Francisco over the
conduct of a dentist, Dr. W. F. Smith,
who procured a fraudulent divorce in
Arizona, and then married Annie Car
penter, a niece of the silver-tongued
Tom Fitch. The doctor was indicted
lor adultery,but he successfully staved
off the prosecution until last week,
when the district attorney dismissed
the indictment, there being no evi
dence to convict, it is presumed that
Smith and his wi.e have "made up,"
while Annie is sparring around lor
some other victim.
The probate court at San Francisco,
ill making a partial distribution of the
estate of the late William S. O'Brien,
allowed the-" following aims : Celia
Coleman, $ouu,000; Isabella Colemui,
$3"J0,000; James V. Coleman, $s:)Ci),
000; Agnes MacDonough, $;i0.00t) ;
William O'Brien Macloiiougli, .oi),
000; Mary Pauline O'Brien, Juuoj;
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, "--an
KalacI, $o0r000; Koman Catholic Or
phan Asylum, San Francisco, $;0,0(0;
Protestant Orphan Asylum, San
It is to be decided by legal author
ity just what constitutes a "gentle
man" in England. The election of
Mr. Thomas Wood as member of the
Local Board of Stupleton, near Bristol,
has been objected to ou the ground of
misdescription on the voting papers,
he having set himself down as a "gen
tleman," whereas he is an eating-house
keeper, and was 60 described at hist
year's election, when he was beaten.
A Pomeranian lieutenant of Land
wehr cavalry, and a Silesian student,
both giants in stature and bulk, stalked
into Landvogt's restaurant, in Berlin,
one afternoon in March, and culled in
stentorian tones for respective mugs
i'liseiier mid M .aicc-iicr oeer. f
.e foaa.ing coiuenis oi tiicso vesst-is
...L-y soon disposed by the lamous
v. w-swailow" method. When u.ey
i id for their bill, some three hour
a haif l it i', it wa.s loan. li.v.l . i.'s
i'o o.ci'an :.i :i ii- oi-li.iiii had Ai.i. r.-.- t
a.X y -seven piii.. of i'.l.,vii..r, M .mi!
uii Sit.;iiit u -now -o ;cr f.a-1 coi.y
UCQ.-caeu lu low iioo.ug uccoiii.iivua-
tian.- tox lix'ty-ibur.
Plattsmotth, Neb. 1xp&
Through to Piatt iv"11-
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