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ARCHERY ASD OUTFITS.
Tor tarsrct practice there should be
at least four persons, but a larger
number than that "will make a merrier
If the bows are purchased they
should not be steel bows or metallic
bows of anv sort. The only bow-
worthy of the name is" the Ion? bow,
mane of some good live, sprinjry wood,
such as second-growth white ash,
hickory, lancewood, lemonwood, snake
wood, or .LiHnisu yew.
Hitherto, English-made bows of
yew have been held to be superior to
all others, and deservedly so; Dut
now there are manufactured in Amcr
ica fine lancewood, ash and snakewood
bows, that are fcvery whit as good as
the English bows in quality, and far
superior in artistic finish. And the
same may be said of arrows.
Bows are of various "weights." TJy
weight is meant the number of pounds
in strength required to draw the bow,
not the weisrht of the bow literally
A thirty pound bow is held to be
about the right weight for a lady, or a
lad of ten or twelve. One needs to be
able to draw it without too great an
effort ; in a word, steadily.
For a youth of sixteen or twenty, a
fifty pound bow may prove the best
weight. There are higher weights,
running up to scveuty-five,eighty,and
a hundred pounds.
A hundred pound bow is a power
ful weapon, sufficient to bring down a
deer, a bear, or even a tiger.
The old English rule that the bow
should be of the same length as the
person's height who uses it, is a very
jfood one. This rule has its exceptions
Arrows vary in length to suit the
bow, from sixteen inches to three feet.
The point or head of an arrow is call
ed the pile ; the shaft is termed the
stele ; the notch at the feathered end,
the nock. All arrows must be feath
ered on two, or, better still, on three
sides of the stele near the nock, either
with tho feathers of birds, or with
Lair-cloth, and the steles of all ar
rows should be perfectly straight.
Good well-finished bows of second
growth ash and other American wood3
sell generally at from one dollar to
three dollars, or even more according
to size. Bows of lancewood, snake
wood, yew and other foreign woods,
cost from two to eight dollars.
Target arrows will range, according;
' to their length, from two dollars and
a half to five dollars per dozen. Hunt
ing arrows with barled piles for large
game, arc still higher in price ; while
light birding arrows, with pewter
heads, are cheaper.
Bow strings come at twenty, twenty-five,
and up to sixty cents each, and
targets range in price from one dollar
to six dollars.
Quivers (with belt) made of tin and
covered with light leather, cost from
one dollar to two dollars and a half
each. But for hunting excursions,
quivers made of still" harness leather,
capable of holding two or three dozen
arrows are best.
Bracers, or arm-guards, will cost
about a dollar. These arc to protect
the left arm from the blows and chaf
ing of the bow-spring.
The three-fingered shooting glove
for the right hand, having the finger
ends of some stiff smooth leather, is
sold for a dollar. But an old kid or
lisle thread glove will answer nearly
as wel 1.
The bows, the arrows and the entire
outfit, can of course, be made at home,
if for any reason a person does not
wish to purchase them.
It is not necessary that the bow
should be made from any one particu
lar kind of wood. Mulberry, hickory
and red oak, are all suitable, and I
have seen good bows of hazel, white
maple and even of poplar. There is
not so much in the kind of wood as in
having the piece well seasoned, and
choosing a live, 6priugy stick to start
Mr. Thompson says that the back of
a bow should be made fiat, and the in
side round. The flat back must follow
the grain of the wood exactly. How
mnch it 6hould be shaved down can
only be determined by trying it, at
times, as you work it.
If horn tips are used, they can be
carved from the ends of two cow-horn,
having first soaked them soft in warm
water. At the centre of the bow, glue
on a haud-piece of velvet or baisf. It
is then ready for stringing. Very
good bow-strings can be made from
common shoemaker's thread, or, as it
is generally called "shoe-thread."
Bow-strings should not be very hard
In making arrows, the first thing to
be thought of is to have the stele, or
shaft, perfectly straight. Such can
sometimes be obtained from straight
grained pine or northern spruce. The
writer once made some good steles
from the sprouts of a clump of green
I remember that I made the headi
of these osier arrows heavy by boring
out the heart of the sprout at that end
with a gimlet, and inserting an ordin
ary tenpenny nail.
But if you wish to make arrows
With barbed or bodkin points, it is
better to buy the points, or have them
made by a smith. These points can
then be inserted in a slit in the stele,
and secured by a wrapping of twine
or wire. For bird -arrows, blunt pew
ter heads can bo run, or moulded, on
the ends of the shafts.
The most delicate part of arrow
making is to properly feather the ar
rows. They should be feathered on
three sides, near tho nock end of the
First, mark tho three sides each a
third of the circumference of the stele
apart. Then peel off the outer skin
of a goose wing feather with the broad
vane attached, and glue one of these
vanes to each of the three sides.
" Feathers from the wing of a duck,
or those of a partridge, or common
barn fowl, will answer, but those from
a goose-wing are held to be best. The
vanes are sometimes dyed scarlet,
which assist in finding the arrow.
A good target can be made of paste
board, and set up in a splint 6tick,
stuck in the ground ; and arm-guards
can be gotten up from a piece of firm,
Eolished leather, with elastic bands to
old it upon the arm.
There is but one way to shoot well,
and it is better to adopt that at the
First, brace the bow ; that is to say,
string it. For a bow should never be
put away strung. Then put the arrow
nock ou the string with your right
hand, while your left grasps the han
dle of the bow, holding it horizontal
ly, with the arrow on the- string.
Hook the first, second and third lin
gers undo' the string, taking the arrow
between the first and second.
.Now, with the left hand, turn the
bow till it stands perpendicularly be
fore you, your left hand extended to
wards tho target. J
Draw with your right and push
firmly with your left hand lid tlu arrow-head
rests on the lowest jaint of
your left forefinger. Your baud will
now touch your right ear.
".Look straight aud hard at tho cen
tre of the target, but do Hoc even
o-lauce at your arrow. Blindly direct
your arrow by your sense of feeling.
Let "O. These are the directions given,
by jlaurice Thompson of Indiana-, than
whom there is no better living author
ity. Never try to "take aim" nor sight
along .the arrow as if it were a gun
barrel, but shoot from your general
sense of direction. Stick to this rule,
even if your first shots are very wild.
"When done shooting, even for an
Lour, unstring the bow. Give it a
rest. Never put it away strung. Af
ter each day's shooting rub and polish
it with oil ; or, better, with a mixture
of oil and wax. A bow demands even
more caro than ariflc. It should always
be kept in a dry chest or closet and
will do better service if kept wrapped
in oil skin or green baisc. Tho object
is to keep all moisture out of the grain
and fibre of the wood.
Trifles. Roll out rich puff paste a
quarter of an inch thick, brush over
with icing, as made for cake, then cut
in strips four inches long and one
wide, and bake delicately.
Spoon Stains. To remove stains on
spoons caused by using them with
boiled eggs, take a little common salt,
moistened, between the thumb and lin
ger, and briskly rub the stain, which
will soon disappear.
Varieties. Two eggs beaten light,
with a pinch of salt, and flour stirred
in till very stiff; thea roll out very
thin and cut into strips two inches
wide and four inches lofig, wind round
the finger, then fry in lard a delicate
Baked Milk. Put half a gallon of
milk into a jar, and tie it down with
writing paper. Let it stand in a mod
erately warm oven eight or ten hours.
It will then be of the consistence of
cream. It is used by persons who are
weak or consumptive.
Gipsy Pudding. Cut stale sponge
cake into thin slices, spread them
with currant jelly or preserves, put
two pieces together like sandwiches,
and lay them in a dish. Make soft
custard, pour it over the cako while
hot ; then let it cool before serving.
Bice Bread. Boil half a pound of
rice in three pints of water till the
whole becomes thick and pulpy. "With
tliis and yeast, and six pounds of flour
make your dough. In this way, it is
said, as" much bread will be made as if
eight pounds of flour without the rice
had been used.
Economical Pastry. To one pound
of flour rub half a pound of lard, drop
ping water in a little at a time, in or
der that the flour will not be sticky:
as you mix the water in put the dough
to one side, so that it will not get wet
again; it spoils the paste. Add a tea
&Xoouful of salt to the flour.
Coffee Cream. Toast two gills of
raw collee till it is light brown and
not a groin burnt, put it hot from the
toaster, without grinding it, into
quart of rich, sweet milk; boil it, and
add the yolks of eight eggs. When
done strain it through a 6icve and
sweeten. If properly done it will not
Boiled Custards. Boil a pint of milk
with lemon peel and cinnamon, mix a
pint of cream with the yolks of five
eggs, well beaten ; when the milk tastes
of the seasoning then sweeten, pour it
into the cream, stirring it well, then
give the custard a simmer till of a
proper thickness. JJo not let it boil,
and stir it the whole time one way.
Egg Flip. Put a quart of ale on
the lire to warm, and beat up three or
four eggs with lour ounces of moist
sugar, a tabic spoonful of grated nut
meg or ginger, anil a quartern of good
old rum or brand v. When the ale is
near to boil, put it into one pitcher,
aud the rum and eggs &c, into anoth
er; turn it Iroin one pitcher to the
other till it is as smooth as cream.
SpiceCake. Beat two eggs, yolksand
whites separate, to a stiff froth. Then
mix together one teacupful of sugar, a
half teacupful of sour milk, the yolk of
the eggs, one teaspoonful and a half of
nutmeg, one teaspoon! ul of cloves, one
teaspoonful of cinnamon, one cup and
a halt ot Hour in wiucn lia3 been
mixed half a teaspoonful of soda.
Add the whites ot the eggs last, re
serving some of the froth for frosting.
Stir gently, but do not beat it.
Apple Fritters. This is a favorite
disii with many and often preferred to
dumplings. They may be prepared
thus: Make a batter, not very stiff,
with one quart of milk, three eggs.
and flour to bring it to a right consist
ence. Pare and core a dozen largo ap
pies, and chop them to about the size
of small peas, and mix them well in
the batter. I ry them in lam as you
would doughnuts. For trimmings,
powdered white sugar is best, though
good treacle answers very well.
Archaeological Explorations In Missouri.
At a recent meeting of the Boston
Society of Natural History, F. W. Put
nam gave some account of tho shell
heaps of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts
of North Anierica, and stated that
there had been received at the Peabody
Museum a small collection of articles
taken from some rude dolmens lately
opened. These chambered mounds are
situated in the eastern part of Clay
county, .Missouri, and lorui a large
group on both sides of the Missouri
river. The chambers are, in the three
opened about 8 feet square, and from
li to -ri foct hivh. each chnmlwM' h.avlnnr
a passageway several feet in length an5
two in widtn, leading lrom the south
ern 6ide, and opening on the edge of
the mound formed by covering the
chamber and passageway with earth.
The walls of the chambered passages
wire iiuuu micK, vertical, ailU
well made of stones, which were even-
v laid without clay or mortar of anv
kind. The top of the chambers had a
covering ot large flat rocks, but the
others seem to have been covered over
with wood. The chambers were filled
with clay which had been burn Land an-
1 40 a 1 11 a
pearea as n it naa iaucn lrom auove.
The inside walls of the chambers also
showed signs of fire. Under the burnt
clay, in each chamber, were found the
remains of several human skeletons, all
of which had been burnt to such an
extent as to leave but small fragments
of the bones, which were mixed with
the ashes and charco:il. Mr. Curtiss
thought that in one eh inibcr he found
the remains of five skeletons, and in
another thirteen. A larire mound
near the chambered ones was also on.
cued, but no chamber were found
therein ; neither had the bodies been
burnt. This mound proved verv rich
in large flint implements, and also con
tained well made pottery, and a pecu
liar "garget"' of red stone. The connec
tion of the people who placed the
ashes of their dead in stone chambers
with those who buried their dead in
the earth mounds
is, ot course, yet to
The death is announced at Giion, in"
Northern Spain of a very old gentle
man indeed, who had completed his
li zin year only a lew days belore he
quite unexpectedly paid the debt of
nature. Unlike Mr. welter. Sr.. this
reverend lbernian was by no means the
"wictnn of coimubiality,'' for he suc
cessively blood the wear and tear of
live successive marriages during his
loiig life, ilis List wcuding day was
alu the cihty-iiiiuii anuiversay of
hi birih, upon v hi- h occasion he es
poused a co;: ly maiden of "sweet
sevtiueen,"1 w lo-e union with him re
suited iu tlio addition of two sturdy
boys to his already numerous family
of six-aud-tweuty sous, the fruil3 of
bis pluvious inaU'iinoual alliances.
It is amazing to consider the extent
to which losses are incurred on the one
hand, and sales and occupations attorn
ed on the other hand by the inexcu
sable carelessness of people who know
lwttir and ouo-ht to do better. ' The
fastening of a well-bucket is deranged
or a hoop is loose, but the thoughtless
man or woman never notices the trouble
until the bucket is dropped in the well
or the bottom is out. Then time is lost,
the family inconvenienced, and perhaps
a neighbor gets a job of work and the
The trate-latch is out of order;
no attention is paid to it : the hogs or
cows get in ; the siimDDery is destroy
ed ; the gardener is employed, and tho
has an order. A tire Is
he wheel : the wood is swift
ly wearing away a little care would
set matters right; no pains are taken;
away on the road, a wheel is crushed,
and the wheelwright has some employ
ment. A shingle is out ot place on
the roof; one nail would mend tho
trouble: that nail isn't driven; the
rain steals in, and 60on the plasterer is
paid to use trowel and brush. A bri
dle rein is weak; a bit is worn; nobody
thinks of examining either ; a horse is
drawn to one side, or a horse runs
nwftv: a vehicle is broken and a car
riage-maker or blacksmith is profited,
or perhaps a surgeon has a profita
The water of a well is impure; those
who use it complain, and no proper
. i .. !
steps are taken ; tne iamny nave seri
ous sickness: the dru-rgist sells his
medicines and the doctor gets his fees.
In the same way the cellar is foul, and
the mcphitic gases escape tnrougu
the floor ; the blood is poisoned, and
the fever rages ; some sutler, some die ;
the physician has a harvest, and even
the undertaker and sexton nnus em
ployment. A stove chimney is in dan-or-roils
coinlilion. neonle have eves to
see but dou't use them; the fire soou
does its work, bo of many things.
A white married worn in at Evans-
ville. Ind., was so fascinated by the
banjo playing of a wandering negro
that she eloped witn mm.
Dr. Richardson, of England, ha
found out that the rate of mortality
tmon? ministers, as compared with
publicans, is as 72 against 133.
At a late sale in Paris a book by a
modern binder, Trautz-Bauzonnct, a
master of the art of in-laying, sold for
$3,200, of which at least $2,200 was
paid in respect of the binding.
A benevolent Detroit dentist an
nounced that on a certain day he would
pull teeth free for poor icrsons, and
provide laughing' gas. He used 700
gallons of gas and extracted 271 teeth.
Millions of Mothers xpeif their de
light orer Caatori. It is nature' remedy
for aaeimilatine the food. Unlike Cas
tor Oil, it U pleasant to take, nd
unlike Morpliino fcyrupi. u nanniest.
Castoria regulates tho Bowels, destroys
Sour Curd 4 Wind Colic
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and oilers Feverislmess. What t-trci
health to the Child, promotes rest for
the Mother. Children Cry for Fitch
er'a Castoria,. It i the most reliahle.
effective and popular article dispensed by
Since Healing; remedies bare been used by
has there been known such absolute Psvin"
relieving agents as the
They soothe, heal, and cure. They
IIKAL Cuts. Wounds. Galls. Old-Sores, Bro
ken-breasts and Sore Nipples ;
CCRE Pain in the Lack. Rheumatism. Scia
tica, Lumbago, Neuralgia. Ear-Ache,
Tetter, rim pie. Itch. Salt Rheum, and
all Flesh, Bone r.nd Muscle ailments of
SUBDUE Inflammation and Swelling;
RELI EVE Boils, Fclons.Ulcer. Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Croup and Quinsy;
EXTRACT Pain from Burns, Sealds. Stlns.
Frost-bites, Sprains and Bruises.
Tho experience of centuries has mado the
Liniments, the most speedy and cCeetire
curative agents for
MAN and BEAST
the world has ever known. Tho Centaur
hare relieved more bed-ridden Crip
ples t healed more frightful wound,
and saved more valuable animals Vn
all other liniments, oiminci:', oils, cxtrai-t.
plasters and so-called "pain tillers' nn.l
"skin cures" combined.
Physicians and Veterinary Surgeon rtt
dorse the Centaur Liniments; millions
of men, women and children in all rountri--
use them, and II.ukotpers Farmers.
Planters. Travelers. Livervmrii, Tiain.t-r
and Stock-growers, are their p:tr"i;. Thej
are clean, ther are handy, thi 7 i.rc clitaj..
and they are reliable. T'n re i iwrl.e.
pai,r swelliug which thry wi 1 tt u'dr
riate. subdue, or curr psdd ihrt'K-'.tflit
for 50 cts. and Sl.OO n ''W. ;
ISTEIW GOODS I I
JN0. HONS & SON,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At O. Guthman's old store.
A FTJLL LINE OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND FRESn.
of every description,
Choice. and Fancy Candies
and nil kinds of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
of the best brands.
CHRISTMAS TOYS, &C, d-C
in endless quantities.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Don't fail to Call.
881y J. EOXS & SOX, iVrop .
An P V7 P 3)
JJ Ls u LS LfO
-J AT' mm I a.
V Jk- -la. w J
Sole Appointing Agent for
The lTnrivnl!ed Slason 4t llaiulln
Also State Airent for the Henry F Miller and
V. C. EmerwMi Co. I'l;ms.
at office. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
PL ATTS MOUTH. NEB.
Will do well to examine our
New Mason & Hamlin
NO CHANGING CARS
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or PLATTSMOUTH to
Where direct connections are madelwith
Through Sleeping ar Lines
NEW YORK. BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
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C. B. Si U. Palace Drawinii-Rooin Cars.
With Hoi ton's Recliiiiiic Chairs. NoExtra
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Fast Time. Steel Rail Track and Superior
r.ijuipmeui coinoitieu witn nieir ureal rnrnutfn
i ar jtrrainjemetii. maKes iiiiii, aoove auoiners.
the favorite Koute to tne
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AH information about Rates of Fare. Sleep
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will te ciieertuiiy given oy apuiymi: to
James II. Wood,
General'Passeiiger Kg't. Chicago,
C. W. SMITH.
. Tralflc Manager,
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saasauies ta taa wall ; hence yarlfeu iu'-ra are now attamav
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sy meB axearlmeatal asd vrths ma.-bio.ry.
at all.aet is. "Oririnnl - sad tne "Pennine
CO" e'er fall nsrtleulara est) on our deslers,
to a. for llla.traievl Circulars, wukb mm aiaU free,
MICH0LS, SFA3S & CO.. Battle Creek,
NEW BRICK YARD.
I am going to
this spring and want to
MAKE THEJf CHEAP,
that people can build
BRICK TIOVSES IXSTEAD OF FRAME.
I shall contract and
Build BRICK Houses,
the coming year and would like those
Intending to Build to
give me a call before look log elsewhere
At my plaTon WfcehingtrJn A vena or at K.
S. White's Store on Main Street, Flattsmouth,
All kinds of
FA KM IMPLEMENTS
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
In short, we'll shoe anything that hay
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
n Filth St between Main and Vine Streets.
Uat acrosf e corner from the mkw HKAL
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UJ ciic itom waijum, fo y rstf l
Chlr-m, A-r. 14, 1479.- ! am tt-tirucMj ur4 anJ foci tip
fop. Tfc ymX .r.an ,n the CTtm'rr t jef try tiUfa
MiVMri, Spt. 8, 1679. I rivrlso mch kvnefft frHBtH
tt of ju9 rem4i that I ir.t to trj iitm in ti. i:.rrjie.
Ttoif M ( louf fUr.-jiny, rrl wt'l r.xjc. wm thing Try troj.
14wli., Jsva.CS, I079.I bxvm nti up fur pck9r of a.tli-
wn4 mm B:.tbtr u vo- u fMitle. Thai pr:
tMppod ! ap.irrr.t trouble, bet (her ill aktn fr'.t a.!
I Wlh JO WVVlWJlJlJXZmmm
low, Oct. 10th, J 7?. I am almost turprtstt at Tr Ta
1 '. Thcf baso workesf tilt a charm m. ) ;,t
t i as DUth of a an a I vii ketrsj taitirg. I wn oti thm
tp? of tbo gravo, I thought, aai liter was aa cars lor at,
act I.OV I am ia roH hfre of a rrr.
Writ Virginia, Aujf. im lKTt. I rrcaiTad tnur atf-firiar, ai4
1 b'iev il ba cureJ tne, fr.r whirh I am xtj thankful. In
e'e p!ra fie4 tor whicli pleaw men A mm aaMher but
f a. 7) far a frtri.4. Vaa feave 4o a groat ituag for m. j
will MBal jf all ordpr I r-n.
Fr9s$ n aA&frtctfti tvnl fytirfmyn
tfir-fluri. Jo ft J6t&,i;.-fie forfsartl irr at oner mtt-rt
I ( fie rniP. Tkc pitieot oa whop. iio aoed moit of
V:a. in atUirma ta a Mmpto t Ut rOTfrmg, aaJ 1
t. "uar wilt wt Wim u nrrc
MarylanJ, 2, lS79.--I.att Janu..ry w fi-nra tm g
mt your r.o4r. for o4 oar futioara, on4 it t.as a.ada
a 'jrrlwc curr of him, H t hav MOprr cijoinator aw rufttrr
ti im tho umc way, wiu ay rtiura umil mmm No. 9 aa
A ; . . u- r ifcUte ti:J ta Wod-
' 4. ci a rg, m ttb Aiiur olnora tht fol
x arrl.afirpt; A Compete at aaakoo4s
trciioo of Wife, Toatporamtau, .aBpatibla
ml st.rsw.o. Slrriiify ra Hrmcn, cawfr aaJ trooimrot.
Jticr to Bndsrooa. AJvice to L4tiBa..is, Aarico ta Wiroo.
ffosmtitiroa. n ratss Olit-ac mad Matrimaav coasparod,
sss.;aaa: Lhtutt, I t LurtMlrp. lmrwdnooata to Mar-
imt. 9it mt rVrtr "' ' oau4ro, Io of Momaaa aa4
tbssf-U rku f ostsnied o, mtr . lol4toc Pw foilor
W ms tbsxr cOsMoj oast trsastsssOMU A oook for yis-ftio ao4 mi UiH
fs4taf. Of aHoOfOa. Hlb ISbi TUt I.O(Ti3f&, J SSJatt, WalrOOOB.
'THC PRIVATE MEDICAL AD VIS Eff"
0 Sjtlbin. Gonorrhea a, Glet. 6trictar, Vtnoo
ei, soH cm SprmAtorrhoB, 49ezal PwtrUty,
ssl JmpOtraCT, front 2tlf-AWoM and Liciuei, caaoiag
fcsnraa- Lm mm. Stnawifai, Affmw togontiy. tyasoi Ptofcy, tHm
ksosf ik avfttv Mmf, Lo r 9usai Vomw, aioktof mo
ttsvfs) wfsar r tf IT trm.t..vo1 gtmt soo.y Tmhia)lifisji
Itrm tmt thm OSfO T m'i ftl'trjM liMUNi t?W H0l, 40 plUM, fcO OtOO
1 X-K. P rf aii vnro o im a
P LOTfl wrnura dwh, rki
u tc t. -..sr. iwMi.'.u.Af OJo patxr, aaa evar Kta
uktratioua. T - cn-tuns-d t ine i poutivalT tht twaol
t(4Ur Medica. ftvk tuiiM4. 7-e auttar m a fipon
acd phffticiao f rav -vn mcTCO. ( it wall kowo),
mm l it mdwmm or 4 tl 1W Ocvw t u4 m., aiH mm fuad of
rvi isKf mifit f w .-tix-tiHtm mt h T 'tsvis., OavrtT wrrr-
iats;-t r,r mMJ f .SO t'-Whls- . V-tH Jm4 t b'V4 of fRJTAT
r CHIU.'.C' f--v (aka t rraoat (or katka.
vr? manriio a a v Eit.kiioi.od
cvui.us'(.i cfc. A i-tciMi roaaliiaa
f m lpuro "-i"! iHTuMgi', f.f-ai4e - r iaal aictrasea.
(ftat trratr I It mt.t aC a;i. Wr potkl, pr
"o.:! roatultao'st i wrtfonr, l tti ' rVceaa4 iavrtcd. Quti.
ia ta ar aat-rj by piUa-t.t) ria trralnBt aiaitrd frr
s mw rtreM a ti.i iti. Far bokt vr fratattat addot
UK. BtTTM, 3 Nartk th U t. Laila, Ma,
SiU.21ibtlB,7 it 12 JT. 8tk Stmt, ST. JJSVO, ICO.
fTlHI ?! ssarc af law sM aaa wall kassra iastV
I tsttaa srs rs(slsr frrfss. im MsSteta asS .sr.rT. Tmh
mi ll fl ia las trssssMsl s( tkraais Dfasssss ks.s sua,
ta.sr will ss4 sSilitf as s.sa saparicr ts Ibat of tks sraissry
asmsthi.asr, Iksl ti.f a. .a ssigsirsS a aatiaaal rsyatattoa
tarssff a lasir tsalaa4 mi rsaiplicstr4 cms.
aiUaiM Siraauls. iiia.i lasa, UWt, .ulHira, UnfcUis, alt
Crtaary TrasAIss aaS S7,ailitl. mt Slsrsafial sCsruoa. mi Iks
srsal. sSlst mt bastsa. ussl4 srllS mccsm, mm anssiias scs
t(pl..,'witkst ssisff Msrsary s sIbst PsMsasas Msstciass.
VhllNR MEN sa4 iksss sT miMI. s(s wkssrsiut
JUiSsUJSa i.f frs. tl,a ,8mtU mt mrmmrmt
fmt mt mlm W..ks.M, tat r.i.U el mii-ssum is joMk
as f. U aiWlM i.srs, srs ssnnssssUj fara. Tkt. disr
Jss. prs4us. saats aflat Krllearfaf ftt ianniei. wicbss,
iftiasis, atrtrauusss aunssst ml ufbt. cask, ta.it.Mwia,
asaMiptUs. aatfaassscT, casfuslsa sf Msss, tniaa la s.
i.i, ssfulif . saior.T, sssssl ssk.sntoa, iaipsisBCf mt last
sf bkssIt Tiffsr, vkick at St. Iks -lim f-r twiiHss sisrrisj'St
PATIe NTS TREATED
psraAS.1 M.ultuon i. rnlmrwr4. .hKB M FsVBB Ss4 Hsttl.
sa. 11 af qssstisa la kt sssw.r.4 kr sslwest asMrlaf irsst.
s sails4 Im tm toy sJJ'.m sa tpplifaltoa.
r sw.a. saVsHaa lsai Hs stars shsaia ssaa IWra4rasa,
aa4 lissa ssatstatas la tksfr a4aats. tt m mmt s li sn.r
VsaiaisBicxli'iaj irii.'y csoaac.bal. S-I4 iJJrn.
UK. UCTTaV. Ill XmrlM. mib au, Sb LsOa. Maw
tiisp 'i irsi t- r ret .M i .on.
i:i:ir:4 kckkdv ..
2.U : J fhesibu, Mb "artel Slh.
ft. Lonla. U.
M aaaaasspc, WANTED f-r the Bert aaa Fa
aUsall I W asillac t-trtJtUi Beoss aaa BiMaa. friees
rracsU0scTrt. KstMarsI raMM'kCVSi. loals, Urn
UKIUINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
Threshing Machinery and Portable
and Traction Engines.
THE STANDARD of xeellenos I Arc.; out t
MATCHLESS for Gratn-Sanoir. Time-StTing, Per.
:t t 'loaning, Kapxd and Thorough Work.
I N C O M P A R A B L E j 9luw of Material (WmMm
of Parto. Thorough Wuf kmamihip. KUoant Finiah. and
AM.ry of Model.
try OT mw
MARVELOUS for wurfy rupt-rior work in at( hind
of Craim.and wirrmtllv known aa the enly uermfal
Threaher in Flax Timothv ( liner .n4 .11 r ..
I GE0KGE EDGEKT0N.
Iwines, Liquo rs
Main Street, opposite the Court House.
This place is Just opened, new, good goods of
all kinds. We want tokeepagood house and
please our customers.
REMEMBER THIS. 91y.
Furnishes Fresh, Pure Milk.
Special call attended to, and Freh Milk
from same cow furnished when wanted.
New Finn !
JONES & AG NEW,
Brick Livery Stable.
The old Bonner Stables. In riatUniouth, are
now leased by Jones & Agnew, and they have
on hand New and handsome accommodations,
in the shape of
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We are prepared to keep HORSES
FOR SALE s TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Terms.
That with plenty of room (that every
knows we have) in our stable, we can net V,
ers' stock and wagons, loads of hay, &c, under
cover, where tney win keep dry.
Thar.khiK all the old patrons for their liberal!
ty.we soiicit their trade for the future, satisfied
that we can accommodate them better and do
better by them than ever before.
501y JONES & AGNEW.
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready nmde and sold cheap for cash.
MY FINE HEARSE
IS KOW READY FOR SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronaf.
Invite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
13tf: FURSITr'tE AXO OOFKIXS
O. F. JOHNSON,
All Paper Trimmed Free of
ALSO DEALER IN
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
by an Experienced Drnggrtst.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
DOORS SOUTH OF MAIN
BEST THRESHER OH VHEEIS
Ia nt m. Vlbravtor or mn Apron Machloe.
i wonderfuUy aunpla an J admirably perfect la its
thcsvlunet nd aepkratlruj quail twa. Korea ol
tbo sraln, ana cieona iir'UT isr inriir..
liuna eaail-. la oonstmcted aurably, ia finmUaq
beauuiuil'. la im moac Monomiiai, iaaf eipni;
aive, and post aatlafoctorT
ry Biarblno la tbo
rnsxrket. ui na.na we pua wcu m ary.
Has do eunw In threanlns; flai and Uinotb-, tbresb.
tlaa uo aqtuu W lurmuuifr naa auu suwr,iiim
ina and cteaninfl boto aa wall and pearly aa rapid
aa whet, and reqninea no ciianire except tba snevei
aos asars smst ftmt of teparatwm ana cl,
. tfna abm nth SAllttw Slrtrt. Smal
V..til fs hnrh over, and under-blaat O
SS.I llllll l.l. J. UTCf. ... " .
riJITKK IICLLINO A TTA CUM E(T ia
. - 1 ... . ,,..a Klut ( ti.
new and rery delrblo. Doea tho work mora
ani bettor vnaa on tT""""r xnnnny
SEPARATORS of tha micmn idxea JUlmJ or
JSsnas or Bon Poirr, mm desired.
An ImproTod Piuo Power, an InvnTril
Woodbury Power, and too t.Jrmrd xjwaJ
lzJaaT Power, all mounted on (oar wheela, are
loan ufaotu red by na, and arm not ntrjad tjt saw
in (As ssaribW
Wo am also prepared to furntah Wrat-srlaao
Portable l.acinea with our Separators.
For Prioe-Liat and Circulaxa, addresa
SEYMC JRt SAB IN a CO. .
giaitutstoturorot 6trnwjrtor, Minns
IS UNACQUAINTED WITH TMS
f J vitajaSMi n Ifci! distill tm, sSXet.r..'MM.M, sV.Sl 1 , ? . -.-v - WHwM stvp.a... -a. ss nsasin .f.V
KJrkT Minntal.tU' UI. f cur .n , ..... ;ril, o( s tiisiJ
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK II ET WE EN THE EAST & THE WEST I
Its Bialn line runs from Cblrato to ounril 1 Vtning Curt f,r eatlnc purpoKosonlr. Oneolher
niuoa. paaninK mrouen jonei. innwa, im puiic.
Geneeeo. Moline, Hock Island. Davenport, Wost
Liberty, Iowa City, Marengo, Brooklyn. irinnt'll,
lies Moines (ine capitiu 01 lowti, Munri. Aiinn
tic, and Aroca ; with branches from Bureau
Junction to Feoria; Wilton Junction to Musca
tine, Washington, Fairtleld, Kldon. liclkimp,
Centreville, Princeton. Trenton, Uullnlin. Cumu
ron, Leavenworth, Atchison, and Kansas t ity;
Washington to Sigourncy, tiskaloosa, and Knox
Tllle; Keokua to Farmineton. Bonaparte, l:-n-tonsport.
Independent, KlJon, Ottuiuwa. Eidy
ille. Oskaloosa. Fella, Monroe, and l-a Miinea;
Kewton to Monroe; la Moines to Indianohi and
Wlnterset; Atlantio to Lewis and AuduUm; und
Aroca to Harlan. This is positively the only
Railroad, which owns, and operates a through
line from Chicago into the State of Kansas.
Through Express I'assenRer Trains, with Pull
man Palace Cars attached, are run each way duily
between Chicago and Peoria. Kansas Citv,
COCKCII. BLPIT9. LKAVESWORTH and ATCHI
SON. Through cars are also run between Milwau
kee and Kansas City, via the "Milwaukee and
Bock Island Short Line."
The "Great Kock Island" is magnificently
quipped. Its road bed is simply perfect, ami it
track is laid with steel rails.
What wil please you must will be tho pleasure
pf enjoyina your meals, while pusaini: over the
fcssutif ut prairies of Illinois and Iowa, in one of
our magnificent Dining Cars that accompany all
Through Express Trains. You get an entire
meal, as good as is served in any first-class hotel,
for seventy-live cents.
Appreciating the fact that a majority of the
people prefer separate apartmouta tor diflVrvut
purposes (and tbeimmense passenger business
of this line warranting U), we are ied to an-
nounca that this Company runs I'ullinuii l'alact
Sittpina Car for sleeping purpusos, and i'ulaM
PrLlMAJI PALaCG C'A II H nre run Ihrouuh to PEORIA. IF MOIVEH.
Tickets vlA this L,lne, kiown as the "Oirat Koch. Island ltoutc," are sold bv
mU Ticket Aveats la the United Mutea and t amids. ' "''" "
Kov larormatlon, not obtainable at
JL. KIMBALL, -
MONARCH BILLIARD HALL!
Iu the basement of Merges' Store,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
One door east of the r. O.
Rooms Newly Fitted up With
SEW MOXAItCII TA1ILF.S.
Cigars & Temperance Drinks
On hand at the counter.
It is a wide and spacious Flail ; plenty of room
for players and seats for visitors.
Ed. Oliver, P. B. MURPHY,
Manager. lltf Prop.
Splinter i Grainer.
ALL KINDS OF
fainting, tSrarnrng, (Slasinj,
Also, Decorations of all kind.
Painted in Good Style.
FRESCOING A SPECIALTY
A. n. Tati-ok,
J. Val.lf.rv. Sk..
E. Hreb.veb, 4 1 tf
A. G. HATT
JUST OPENED AGAIN,
New, Clean, First Class Meat STiop,
o Main Street Comer of 5th. flattsmouth
Everybody on hand for fresh, tender meat.
28 T 1.06
MONTH! V5ZS?3 WlSini
73 Bast Wills. artl.lsla IksWarM. .
p.. Adj AI cRONSONi 5trcit,atic
WAIITrn ,000 BrsME'-9 nrCEKTCS, of which I
II fill I LliniMiaunwe rile Ointment. Warraatrd ta
cars rus. suiih arua tsaip. Dr. J. N. Tseltr. at. LauU. Ms.
REMEDY FOrt BALDNESS
Frsscrlinton Frca to aar
SI. srhsn a Baw rO w Lt. nl F4 air a,'hl.k.M ftrJu..ul.u
is actaallr pruducad.
basaoxaon et vo., a (JUnton aaoe. We-ar Tork.
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis. Mo.
A regular irrsiltiMtr of two Mctiit-ai Col kfes.haj been longer
&ncl Cbrcnic iJ.aeaBCM than aur other Phrtirian la 0c
Louis, a city pc per know, end ail old resident know.
Syphilis, GuDorrbcea,Glcet. Stricture. Orchitis
Hernia, cr Rupture, nil Urinary Diseases and
Syphilitic or Mercurial Affections of th Thrnat
skin or Bene, sr. trrated with unparalleled success. ua
latest sriratiHr nrinr:niM.
ml lcbilitv a
opermaiori aca. b.ii'ai jcDiiity and Impo-
- . w ; . .
tency. a. tlic result ef ef-Ahusr in youth, sexual ex
cesses in insiurer yis- s. or otner causes, auu which produce
aoroe of the foiiovma ctiect. : nervousness, seminal emis
' i-ii.i.it, u mt!--.. ,i . ij.li-., ut i'-t-iive iticniotr, pirnpli
wf .if. I " " L " ' MiM.j, . . , . .ivii,,, miMlwnj bl Ifl
0nlui:un ttf idisi. ltf.s uf st-xiis. power, etr.. rem
marrmsTe improper cr :nr.!:pi,y. rc pernistirml
aurrd. Cutitultslioil st orlict. or by mail free, and invitrrf,
When it is iucoiiveniei.t lo vinit tl.e ritv lur tre.tnter.c
medicine, can be srt't by titail or exiires everywhere. Cur
aoie esses guaramecu, w nere uoli.1 ex i.t ,j is trauaiy stated
Fiaphia; i:r iLtt, 1 i ii;; r W.ata, 1 bUsp ;
Preia, in ,:ta. 2 2-.:rp Cl P:? i.
rVlARRIAGE I PiFs.
FINT: t a- I taa. aasa
PtATES. , (UUILalEL
Kiesant cioth and R"1!t Wrdinpr. Sealed for 6Cc
Is poatajre or currency.
' fl fl aWfrilar-f raan .Ia,.VM
Vim to article on the lo low in r ubect: Who mar
aiarrr. who not. why.
Manh'x-de Womanhood, Ph Tine ad
WHO aitouid n.nrry: JI..w ifind hiDDincu m.
I he I hTitiU2v .f (( profluctioa, aiKj inanr
1 Itoae ntarriiU tr coi tt h'i Jlinir biarnovo
mm ma above, but paper rtt r. itx-. ii cti by mail!
1b tnonf or rH.twgf. Jhap t g4rfK! fci-idr in Anit-rin.
For lh .peedy cure of Sen. in. I Weakne... Ij..t Moi-r-.nd.
r rem st u re Iiehility, Nrrrou.i... lKrHjnflrtf.-e. ('oi.tu.oD
flilrss. Aversion to Swnrty. Iirpftite ;-iti.-v. .1 il "
Disordsrs brnnjhtcn .w,-, t If slut, .nu .
oruggi.l has the inarm iittt... ildrM,
Dt. Jacques, ;;c;.ei..uist.,st,ix.u...jj
n, nrn rpi unucr Uv mi tt kry.
A CENTS V,KViAkEr71i-EaiC,
The mU4 Wel.rs Oullaws, Bf Hea. J. A. D.coa, Ph.D.
A Irae sal Ihrillinf seeuat (illiiriiel) of their sold soers.
Ient for 13 Tears is 20 Male, snd Territoriei. bafflinff a.teei.ea
ass stfiriila'sf ih l.. Tle.1 Belli. s Bank si fear. IO.OuO
soli ia thee, aaostt... SO eewt. fur nu.At : ai.AO Isr .ampls
"W. Maesl leean 1. irrmU. THOMI'Mil Jk CU.
PablUaera, atit Plum Street, OX. l.tl I. llO.
NOT FA IX U and
for our Price Ltsr for
1SS0. rail to any
Ali!Te QIn 4T-
if f'titinna of erirv.
tti.u riiitrid ....
I --r-o'ial '.i family tie
with oyer 1.800 Iili..rr:i'lr. -. w im.'i H j
(roodt M Kliolwie pr s ! "f.vlt rn to th(
the purchHSiT. The i.t.iv :!-. -i- -,i ., l: t t -. j.
Who fllnke f h;. 'It -ie w. ;- , .
ilONT(inin:v '.i u;i- ,v n '
fl ti ii'J iVl JaU Ave.. . J. ia. ia.
CrtOCrjAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL
ireai icniutc 01 our l'uiuco l un is a rvMOKINd
KN whore you ouu enjoy your "Havana"
j at:ill hours of tlio ilnjr.
Aiiteiiiiiceiii in hi uruitrps span IRQ MisslSHlnnl
n:).i .Missouri rivers ::l nil points croxxed by tins
i"Mf. iiiivi iraiisieraaro avoidea at t ouncll Ulurrs.
Kaiistin ity. l.i avonui.nh, and AUrhiaon, con
ncctitfs liftim nuitle in Colon Depots.
TliK I'l! INCIi'A L It. It. t.ONNKCTIONS OF
THIS lillKAT TIlltOL'tiU LtNJC AKB AS
At i in A(.. with a!I UlvcrKing lines for the
Kut mid xnilh.
At i:...i.K on, with tho L. S. & M. 8.. and P
Kt. w.e.i . it i:is.
At Vasui.uton HeIuUTS, with I C. & St,
"At i.A SAII.K. with III. Cent. It. R.
Atl'KciuiA. with . !. x J ; 1'. D. 4 E. : I. B. 4
W illl.All.l ; I T. P. & V. lids.
At lloi ii Isi.ami. with "Milwaukee & jincX
Island Hi'irt l.nie." mill Hoi k isl'd A Peo. Kils.
At liAvtxii iii, mill the Duvenport Ilvlson
C. M. St. I. K. 11.
At Wc.si' l.niKKTV. with then., C. It. A N.R.H.
At Uuin vi.i.i.. with eiitrnl Iuwa K. H.
At Muixm, with D. M. K. D. II. R.
At orxcil. Bi.frK.H. with l.'nlon PaclUo It. R.
At OX AHA. with It. Mo. K. It. It. in N e b . I
At ( ol.f .MIUH Jrxn ION. with B.,C. K. N. It H
At Ottitmwa, with tentrttl Iowa It. II. : W
6t. U i I'ac. and c. 11 y. 11. lids.
At Utoiii K, with 'Vol., peo. A War.: Wab., St
Louis At Pao., and St. I,.. Keo. A N.-W. K. Itda.
At t'AMKIiuN, with II. St. J It. It.
At A it iiisos, with Atch., Topeka A Santa Fo
Al l- Nel. and ( en. lr. IT. P. H. Kda.
At I.KAVK.vwoiiTU, with Kan. Pac, and Kan.
Cent It. lias.
At K ansa Citv. with all lines for tho West
your horuo ticket office, addresa,
U. 1ST. .TO HINT.
tieu'l Tkt. and Pass'
. Pass'er Art..
again comes to the front with his ftnae stock
of piece goods, and make his stand
ing offer of a
FIT OR NO CASH OUT !
on every fiuit that he measures fur. You can't
miss the place as you go down street,
Opposite the Court 1Ioup.
48tf all ant) stt pm I
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
TAKE ITOTICE I
I want all of my accounts set I led to dat
Kiel I shall io no more ereilit iMi'incss. All old
accounts must he settled up, and no new ones
will be made. I'nless sneli accounts are nettled
shortly they will he mied.
I wish to do astilctlyc-'vsli bu-ducss in future
-J k. 'i b m tfi s a f i
iVVVVvV sArVVWWVWVWW V v v
AS OTHER STEP Ifl SCILXCE.-
Ciut II ajb or Whikktbs chniiL-- il to a ;i.'c.jr
liLACK fry n angta Btlicati!i it' I'll 1 yk. Il
iciuarts-a Natural Color, arts I'i"l:uitaiti'OUHly.
nniisa Harmless na fi'i ii.tf v. :t:c r. h'jld fry
Drtij:;:iaUi, cr arnt by C. pr-w uu rtfeij.fof f 1.
SJtUce. 33 Murray Mrai, New York.
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in new hands entirely.
The New Firm of
HOLMES & DIX0X,
open the old
STR EIGHT BARN,
on the Corner of Ctli and I'earl Streets with a
New Livery Outfit.
GOOD HORDES AND CARRIAGES at all
HORSES F0II SALE,
HORSES IWUGllT AXD SOLD,
HOUSES KEPT BY THE DAY Oil WEEK.
Call and see HOLMES fc DIXON.
Or ny o'W ki-i., you nn r.l-? yottrnrlf with on!
ietp iiltirntitr n Iii.it it c il ilt ilrr llia
l-Ufr. Tli- tr.tlin'ill all n-mnin f-i'i..l urn ami
Scut frm on m-r-rritit BV.Sin In un.
Tt f tin? I int. .1 Mil.... Ill.i-i. jIm.1 lirt-ulnn. fr'ff.
tiitntl AnMtntmutftf In mt-rit rm,nttiti,ii
ritii. A.Tirs li. jetty Ml Jk: ItJuLlt.. Au 4tj-.
J'm tl, fn.
We liars li::-i lr -!n r.f 1. tVr. frArn miisj naing
our Machina wbo.uy tuc-jr would int tKi; j for it.
FAMILY SOAP MAKER:
98 Pill CENT. PURE,
Tha trtrrnepst Biiil rrrrst T.to mr. 1
CUkko 1J j'OuuU i f tUo Vx st I : iiu.xl L-ii i ijvsi
In i !J u.iuuui without bui..i'L'.
I lie tot xvatrr-Holiruer vtav
'lia l-t lli.iureelnnl. .7'
T lift followmie am .nn.n nf 'In n .1 r. t -1 rea
olitaiued by tunny Lcwia' 6d I'er CctiL iv'..-..-u-I
I I rat. Jt Is parked men iron inn -n
or reDiovsiiM nu, tiHii iu..'"i
Aviuir the tfin'r-Ltiu x,r-': i'ai
viniy tlirt tronlc aliii vi-lu e. a:ii
(iaiii.-cr (fn.tu fl-. ir.i.' 1 :irt--l'--. n
'?J'ii othrr .yea. v.linh. 1 1
poM't in tut) iitis. iijti.. r;
broken witli a iiUiiucr tu (jet
tlio L o out ....
Seroml. It b-;!isr A flno
fvdi-r, you -iu r. :uf ve lh?
t l au t Tmur rit a;i t;u: 1 n 1.
tenta, luiy tuvayK rcay lux
Tlilrd. A taeporriif.il or more rai l e
owxl, aa in water--"! L .ri!fii.'. fcrrul-l-. '
etc.. aud tbe lid Tviurieil to lim can. a:: l
thr-rt-by aavo t):e haiiiprf ot !;t'-nl.
With cither Lyes nil ii.ii 1 1 r !.
atouce ami nse--l i.i a buuri to::, ci 11: j
nrernnu i iruiiu.
pourtli. AbHi!n!' fmrt'.j.
from all a.lultcruti
Fifth. Tha ht Soap ran !. in f r.- ! i :. -t
u tstftity Diinutcs with this T.vc;.
Hixtli. No failure ii oeii. in i;-r,-:- - ?
witii this I.yo wlua tho iaii.io u.rv, 1 ; , .
rSfvroth. One rcn r.f ll.ia T',iT''r-' 1 T
oquat tt twenty pouuda t f bal ; cr ..
Kiabth. One can nf t-iln T.rr- v 1 ' ,
pound moreof arcane tli-iii ar'-i'V
J,ye. Bail Potaah, or Ban;.-;i'..
Mntb. This Lyo l i Si 1 tr , : , . .
ny other Lye or Potai h.
Tenth. One to two t--a-vr."- x
tub of the hardest water. "
f.Ievrnth. One tcif po-.
Oleanse cUnlta. Draina, i.r 1 .'
Invaluable for killing IV
Tho Uatt orticla tor v. i..L.
C5For sale v K. (i.DOt'F.Y & SON. fJl'TH
MAN A :VKi JBA('H. F. S. VM111E. and V.
11. BAKEH & CO, and ttealera in Ktueral.
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