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There is a 8lemVul set of burglar's
tools on exhibition in the Chicago Trib
vne oifice. To the experienced observer
they look like a pair of fcheaxs and a
paste-cup. Lovxll Citizen. '
Boston contains ?,000 Swedes, accord
ing to n directory which has been speci
ally prepared to contain ' their names,
sex, age, native place and date of arri
Tal in this country.
Gentlemen who "kick" at the "cart
wheel", hats worn to the theatre by la
dies ought to be consistent enough to
take their cloves" with them when
they attend places of amusement. The
"Mademoiselle," said, a witty and
gallant septuagenarian the "ther day,
making his demand for thft hand of a
lady still in her teens. I am 70 and
3 011 an 17. Will you do me the honor
of becoming my widow?" Funny,
A gentleman in South Florida owns
46,000 orange trees, covering forty-two
acres. Of this number 10,017 are large
bearing trees. One tree, about JJ0 years
old. produced four years ago 628 good
fruit; three years ago it bore 2,200; last
year 4.200; this year 2,800.
The Philadelphia Ledger printed last
vear the announcements of the deatV of
889 persons who ' had reached 80 years
of age, 834 of whom were men ana Mo
women- Two of the men and 10 of the
women had passed 100 years.
A fast mail train between New York
and Washington was stopped several
times a few days ago, by two elephants
who happened to be in the cars pulling
the bell-rope. It was more than an
hour before the cause of the stoppages
A statue of Oakes Ames facing and
pointing to the west, and one of Oliver
Ames facing east, are to crown the
monument which is in process of erec
tion at Sherman, Wy. T. It stands up
on the highest point of land on the Un
ion Pacific railway.
Helena, M. T., is advancing. A
young lady in one month as book can
vasser took sixty-nine orders for the
Encyclopaedia Britannica," represent
ing the value of more than 10,000. Is
this to be used a3 an argument for the
admission of Montana into the Union or
in favor of female suffrage?
Last year 113,400,000 shares of stock
were sold in the New York exchange,
besides 43,000,000, shares of mining
stock, and '387,000,000 of railroad
bonds. The recorded dealings in gov
ernment bonds wtre 3G,CG3,000, and in
state bonds 49,700,000 par value.
The Cincinnati Gazette contends that
the real mormon problem is not polyga
my, but the existence in this country of
a theocracy which is a despotic system
of civil and religious government, and
is alien to the United States, and makes
aliens of all citizens who bear allegiance
to the United States, practically allow
. ing them no rights.
Spain is having built in England sev
eral iron ships for her naval licet. The
company which built for her sometime
ago an iron cruiser has recently launch
ed a second after the same design. The
length of these ships is 210 feet, and
their tons burden 1,039; the armament
being three 6-inch 4-ton breech-loading
Brooklyn Eagle: Bv-the-way, we
think we have discovered the original of
that dialogue between Capt. Corcoran
and Sir Joseph Porter, K. C. B. Grattan
was once asked, by a religious friend,
"Do vou say your prayers?" Never,'
replied the great Irish orator. 'What,
neverr saul Ins hornheu examiner.
Well, hardly ever,' answered Grattan."
In his report of military operations in
the department of Dakota during 1S81,
Gen. Terry says lie regrets to say the
outlook in Northern Montana is not as
favorable as could be desired. TI e en
croachments of Indians from the British
pnninees have caused the ranchmen to
organize for mutual protection against
t!ie dusky cattle stealers, and Gen. Ter
ry tl;inks it will require the best efforts
of the governments on both sides of the
boundary to prevent the evils that are
likely to occur.
A bickering pair of quakers were late
ly heard in high controversy, the hus
band exclaimiug: "I am determined to
have one quiet week with thee." "But
how will tliou be able to get it?" said
the taunting spou". i.i tli.-it sort of rei
teration which married !:i-."ics so pro
vokingly indulge in. "I will keep thee
a week after thou art dead," was the
quaker's rejoinder.- -rrosidence Vt,.
Americans, as a ruk are impatient of
stistained thought or prolonged atten
tion; The perpetual cr U for amuse
ment, for short paragraphs, strong lan
guages, spicy sermons, sensational
stories, and never too much of anything.
Milton would not-a-day be asked to boil
down his "Paradise Lost," and Shak
speare to recast his plays as "spectacu
lar" dramas-' Seriousness is the one
thing everybody is afraid of. Boston
During a steam voyage, on a sudden
stoppage of the machinery, a considera
ble alarm took place, especially among
the female passengers. "What is the
matter? What is the matter? For heav
en's sake tell me the worst!" exclaimed
one more anxious than the rest. After
a short time a hoarse voice from the
dx'k replied: "Nothing, madam, noth
ing; only the bottom of the vessel and
the top of the earth are stuck together."
The export season for the dried fruits
of the Levant is now in full activity. In
one fortnight lately no fewer than 195,
000 barrels, eases, 'bags, boxes, drums,
and baskets of ligs and raisins were
shipped at Smyrra. The best tigs of
commerce are chiefly grown in Asi.
Minor, were the fruit begins to ripen at
the end of June, and the summer yield,
which gives employment to a large pop
ulation, comes to market in immense
quantities in September and October.
The trees often yield three crops.
Thomas Carroll, a Wisconsin farmer,
finding his leg decaying from a fever
sore, grasped his foot with one hand
and pressed hard wtih the other upon
the decayed part and broke it asunder.
He then called for a razor, which was
handed him, and with it he deliberately
cut off the entire limb. Then, without
assistance from any one, he tied up the
arteries, made the necessary lap of flesh
around the bone, and sewed and band
aged the same without help, and is in a
fair way of recovery.
Frinee Bismarck, assisted by his sons,
is said to be writing his memoirs. The
jart of them which will come from the
chancellor's own hands are those which
concern the conflict between the govern
ment and the Prussian diet, the wars of
1806, and 1870, and his stav at St. Pe
tersburg and Paris. His childhood and
vouth will be written of by Count Her
bert, " while the younger son. Count
Withelm, will write out his father's im
pressions of the various ministers
home and foreign with whom the
statesman's long career has brought
him into eontact-
Deacon George W. Chapman, of Bos
ton, recently in passing a candy store
which the Sheriff was selling out, step
jed in and bought the entire stock; and
then followed a revelry in sweets among
the thousand children in the Tremont
Temple Sunday school, of which for
years he has been Superintendent.
F. Nichols Crouch, of Baltimore,' has
written a letter in which lie says that
from the thirty different editions of his
son- "Kathleen .Mavoumeen" which
have been published i& this country, he
lias not received a cent. He w now
working as a common mechanic at lew
than a dollar a day, and on this stipend
lie has to support a wife and five chil
Ginger Cookies. Two caps New Or
leans molasses, one enp lard, one-hall
cup sugar, one heaping teaspoonful
.soda dissolved in three-quarters of a
cup of warm water, one teaspoonful
ginger, one large teaspoonful cinnamon,
one-half teaspoonful cloves. Mix with
enough Hour to keep them from sticking
to the board, and bake a nice brown
color. I consider them just as good as
the bakers' cookies.
New England Baked Indian Pudding.
One quart of milk, three-quarters cup
of molasses, two teaspoonfuLs ginger,
one-half teaspoonful cinnamon, a bit of
salt. ' Stir these thoroughly together,
arid let come to a boiL Have ready
three dessert-spoonfuls of Indian meal
wet in a little cold milk; put it into the
hot milk, and after stirring thoroughly
let it boil five minutes. This should be
made early in the morning, and set
away to cool. When neededfor dinner,
take two eggs well beaten, two table
spoonfuls melted butter, half a teacup
cold milk; stir this into the first mix
ture, and let it bake two hours.
Macaroni a V Italienne. Twelve
sticks of macaroni (a quarter of a
pound), half a pint of milk, two table
spoonfuls of cream, two of butter, one
of flour, some salt, white pepper and
cayenne, and a quarter of a pound of
cheese. Break and wash the macaroni,
and boil it rapidly for twenty minutes
in two quarts of water. Put the milk
on in the double boiler. Mix the butter
and Hour together, and stir into the boil
ing milk. Add the seasoning, cream
and cheese. Drain and dish the maca
roni. Pour the sauce over it, and serve
immediately. One tablespoonful of
mustard can be stirred into the sauce if
you like. If the sauce and macaroni
are allowed to stand long after they are
put together, the dish will be spoiled.
If they cannot be served immediately,
keep both hot in separate dishes.
Yorkshire Pork Pies. Use lean, fresh
pork; have two or three pounds if the
pie is to be a large one; cufc the pork in
to strips about two inches long and half
an -inch wide; line a buttered pudding-dish
with puff paste, put in the
pork, season with pepper, salt, and
sage, wet with half a pint of sweet cider
or wine, put small pieces of butter over
the top, cover with thick puff pa3te, cut
a fancy figure on the top, brush over
with beaten egg; bake an hour and a
half, or, if small pies are preferable,
bake in small patty pans.
Oatmeal Samp. Put a pint of oat
meal to soak in warm water a few hours
before cooking it; just water enough to
cover it; then pour this mixture into
boiling water, a little at a time, with a
good pinch of salt, and let it cook slow
lv, the same as a cornmeal hasty pud
ding, for half an hour longer. A pud
ding can be made of it by using eggs,
milk, sugar, raisins, and cinnamon, the
same as for other puddings.
French Salad Dressing. Three table
spoonfuls of oil, one of vinegar, one
saltspoonful of salt, one-half a salt
spoonful of pepper. Put the salt and
pepper in a enp, and add one table
spoonful of the oil. When thoroughly
mixed, add the remainder of the oil and
vine"-ar. This is. dressing enough for a
salaiT for six persons. If you like the
flavor of onion, grate a little juice into
the dressing. The juice is obtained by
first peeling the onion, and then grating
with a coarse grater, using a good deal
of pressure. Two strokes will give
about two drops of juice enough for
Of ex-President Hayes' children, one,
Webb Hayes, is a manufacturer in
Cleveland; Burchard Hayes is practis
ing law with young Mr. Waite in Tole
do; Rutherford Hayes, Jr., is, at school
in Boston, and the younger children go
to the public school in the village of Fre
mont. An Iowa editor was challenged to
fight a duel. He promptly accepted,
and chose axes as the weapons. Then
je issued a supplement, and named for
ty rods as the distance.
Fashion Notes- -Small
sleeve-buttons are most stylish.
The close English coiffure still pre
vails. Plash skirts make handsome balmor
als. Sealskin borders are on green clotu
Bearskin robes will be used in sleighs.
Black velvet dog collars are again in
Red satin fans are popular for day re
Feathers supersede flowers in head
Plush-covered pedestals are effective
Brown is preferred to gray for brides'
The small bonnets of last winter are
the favorites of this j"ear.
Moire stripes alternating with plush
stripes are seen in rich gmds.
Plain sleeves are preferred to puffs by
fashionable young women.
One wide bonier of fur is more stylish
than two or three narrow ones.
Every Egg Broke.
A farmer, carrying a basket of eggs,
tried to steal a ride on a freight train,
and when he came to want to get off,
the train didn't stop, and no he jumped
off. The train wasn't going very fast,
but he didn't understand getting away
from it, and so got slung several sum
mersaults and stopped against a fence,
with a wrist sprained, his clothes mud
died and rent, and one ear pretty near
ly torn of. He got up and took an in
ventory of the result, and in his de
spair, lifted up his voice and said:
Gosh durn the gosh - durn luck, any
how! Even gosh durned egg in the
lot's broke!" Boston rost.
A Damaged Beauty.
Miss Louise Montaiie, the celebrated
'Lalia Ro'kh" of Fo'rep.iugh'f pircu3,
has filed suit for damages against tbo
Lonisvill and Nashville railroad, con
cerning her intentions to do which
much has been written in the papers.
She says in her pet tion that she got on
board a train of cars run for the defend
ant at Bowlinr Green, about 10 o'clock
on the night of September 22; " that al
most as soon 0 she stepped on the
platform the train started off at a high
rate of speed, And ran 'Into soma .other
cars which had been left on the track,
producing a wrocV. in which she was
caught and her left limb bruised and
lacerated and t'.e flesh torn; tiiatnt. the
time she was an : e tress jn Ail am Fore
pangh's circus, receiving 333 ft week
and traveling expenses: that by reason
of the accident to her she had been con
fined for four weeks, suffering great
bodily and mental pin, 1 sing I cr
salary and incurring great expense for
treatment and assistance; thst it will
be a long tim;t before she will be able
to fulfill her duties as an actress, and,
besides, after she recovers the limb will
still appear scarred and mntilated. and
will be source of great dis.-onfort ami
groat peeunt trr Joss to her. In con
sideration of nli of wiiiitt nl.it demands
20,000. Louisrl'le VourieirJournqL
A correspondent of the New Yurk
Evening Post says that the writer on
Slang Phiases," in the January Atlan
tic, does not appear to kuow that the
phrase "too thin" is purely and distinc
tively Shakspearian, and quotes "King
Henry VliL." rt 5, scene 3, where the
King is represented 'Iressing Gard
iner as follows:
You were ever itxk! at sudden commendation,
liirihop of Winchester. But kivnr, I come not
To heucnch flattery now; and Jn my preseiicd
Tber are v,jjp" end Iwse to hi le offence
The Pint Mormon Sermon.
The first Mormon preacher was a man
nzaied Aldrich. I heard his first sermon,
says a correspondent of the Salt Lake
Tribune. When he got up in the school
house he said that he would not preach
the new gospel unless Gabriel Mowed
his horn as a sign that he endorsed his
views. J ust then a loud blast of a horn
was heard, and then he began his preach
ing. The horn business had a peculiar
effect upon some of the . congregation,
and as it sounded night after night, just
before he preached, many of the ignor
ant were converted. I was only a school
boy then, but myself and other school
boys determined to watch the place
where the sound came from, and in a
frove of trees, not far from the school
ouse, we found the Gabriel up a tree,
with a fish-horn under his coat. We
made him come down, and found him to
be a worthless fellow whom Smith had
hired to toot for him.
One day when Aldrich was preaching,
ho blew his horn, and arlot of old women
came out, thinking the fish . and clam
wagon was coming. We exposed the
horn trick, and it was the laughing-stock
of the town. We used to tell the man
to get a horn that was not a fish-horn, so
that the people need not rush out, ex
The most astonishing thing about the
matter was that, although the fraud was
fully exposed, and the man who played
the part of Gabriel was caught dozens
of times behind hedges and out-buildings,
blowing his old horn for Aldrich
to preach from, there were lots of peo
ple who believed that the religion was
the only true religion, and plenty of peo
ple joined the church, and even gave up
all their property to it.
A Eusy Man.
Peck's Milwaukee Sun is responsible
for this: A Milwaukee man, while in
Cliicago, recently, sent a bouquet of
flowers to a relative in a Wisconsin town,
and when he heard from them they had
arrived four days after le'ng shipped,
wilted and dead. He was mad, and in
talking it over with a railroad man, the
railroader said: "You must not expect
too much from an express agent. N ow,
that bouquet had to pass Juuction,
and I know the express agent there. He
is the depot agent, express agcn keeps
a restaurant, is postmaster, ..!s as
switchman, helps unload freight, checks
baggage, keeps a store, works a team on
the road, drives passengers to adjoining
towns, is sexton iu a church, buys coun
try produce, keeps the hav-scales, ruus
the caucuses of 1 tTt political parties,
goes out shooting chickens w itli hunters,
keeps a pool table, has a mill for grind
ir sugar-cane, and runs a hop yard,
beside helping his wife run a millinery
store. Now, a man who has so much
business as that ought to 1 e excused for
letting a bouquet i m:.in in the express,
office a week or ten days." ' The man
who sent the bouquet said, come tothink
about it, they were mighty lucky to get
the flowers at all, and he would apolo
gize for anv words l e might have s;. ;?
en in the heat of debate. What t.e
country wants is a diversity of indust
ries. Crime and Sensational Literature.
The direct connection between "pen
ny dreadfuls' and crime has been de
monstrated over and over again Jby the
annals of our own police courts. The
mischievous lad who sometimes 'since
presented a pistol at her Majesty's head,
and got well whipped for his pains, was
found in possession of a collection of
lives of celebrated highwaymen, and
the various gangs of youthful burglars
and would-be highwaymen who nave
lately appeared In the dock have one
and all modeled their career upon the
heroes of criminal novels. Only the
other day a terrible illustration ocenred
of the actual effect of this gallows litera
ture upon Weak minds. A young man
19 years of age named Westby, shot his
father dead at Nottingham, having first
murdered a little ofiice boy at the office
of the solicitor where he was employed,
"merely to strengthen hU nerve," and
then took refuge in a fowl-house, where
he was captured witli a revolver in his
possession, with which, as he frankly
owned, he intended, when the police
came, to shoot as many as possible.
The key to this otherwise inexplica
ble outbreak of homicidal fury was af
forded by the poor mother's words:
"My son was very fond of reading and
would sit for hours at his favorite
amusement.studying periodicals and sen
sational literature." By this "sensa
tional literature?" his habits appear to
have been formed, and the were ec
centric enough, Ie. would not, we are
told, "allow any tnu to vjsjt his, bed
room, which was entered by an opening .
in the floor. To this opening he had at
tached ft trapdoor, with bolts, aml-jti?
night he alwavM fastened himself in.
He had also puiled down the bedstead,
and had been in the habit of sleeping in
a hammock slung up from the roof,
while around the walls of the room
were a number of pictures of the 4Life
of Dick Tnrpin,' etc. A singular col
lection of cuttings from newspapers
was also found in his desk at Mr. Era
ser's office, including recipes for the
manufacture of guncotton and other ex
plosives, together vslth accounts of mar
velous adventures." .lien i a direct
instance of the effect which the modern
substitutes for the Newgate calendar
have-upon weak intellects and crazy
brains. Saturday Ilcvlcw.
A Man to Wham Vanderliit Cavi & Tan",
The first wife of the Lit Cornmo hro
Vanderbilt and the wife of iSamuel
Carr were sisters. While Vanderbilt
was laying the foundation of his great
fortune. Carr was going backward. Ho
finally became almost destitute. Com
modore Vanderbiit then bought a good
farm, stocked it, and turned it over to
Mr. Carr as a present; but it was not
long before Carr had spent everything.
He appealed for another trial, but the
Commodore was- inexorable. The re
sult was that Carr had to be taken to
the Rjukmnmj (Jopnty Poor-House,
where ho has vvna'ju for the last
twenty years. Recently Mr, Wflljaw?,
Vanderbilt. the grandson of domino?
dore Vanderbilt, interceded, and now
Mr. Carr, who is 70 years old, is In St.
Not long ago a gentleman pointed out
k' s 3 small fresh-water marsh, and
said: Thn pl;'f is worthless as it is,
but it will yield "$$,tKM- o SOOO worth
of cranberries even- vear." The cran
berries fonnd in our markets come from
Wisconsin largely, and are worth in
Joan Francisco at the present time $14
per barrttt, M If-atf half this price rep
resent freight chaj-gM, an!' fhfl ret 3$
price brings them up to the nvignboiss
hood of 17 per barret This berry has
been cultivated largely ill tho New Jvng
land states for years, and a largtf pro
portion of the country's supply comes
from this so arcs. In Michigan and Wis
consin are large marshes where it flour
ishes in the wild state; but these marsh
es are now found to be inadequate to
the demand, and a large amount of cap
jxij hij$ JY'eently been invested in land
and iliipxutt,.i ff)T the propagation
jjf he fruit la'tuaX rygio"o U jji.-osi
where it has grown- wild. ' .The' "pnee
(berg r4rc3 rum $2 to S2.i0 per bush
el, and th eothpaaf evppct to get baud
some profits from thi invesfnipfil j
these liirures. If the crauberrv can b i
produced here for even double the money
thev are worth there, there would be a
wide margin of profit for the grower.
So far as we know, there has been no
2ort made to cultivate this berry on
the coa.-- Why should not some of our
farmers experiment, .vith it? Humboldt
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true way, viz: AJirecr. a wuicauoxz actuig oy ao
sorption, and exertioir its speciflo Inftueoceon the
Veaiclea, Ducts, and Oland. that are unable to pea
form their natural functions while this disease per
vade the tinman organism. The use of the Paatuie
Is attended with no pain or Inconvenience, and doe
not Interfere with the ordinary pursuit of life; It la
quickly dissolved and soon absorbed, prodocins; an
Jrnrneaiate soothine; and restorative enectopoa the
pcVfWS ry;9ii(a'ioiis wrecked from vicdoas habitaer
BxPMicsB.'stiTi'riinrifn rlraia from tb system, restor
la(T tr.s mind t6 64a-liii ar.d ec ;it :!iB.fry.rMnor
Ina'.'Uie pininesa pf Slht:' Xkaitntffi'ot J-i
Aversion tj Society, etc. etc.. uad tLe nJIpnArtw
pf praipatura eld age usuaiiy a-companf log fbfj
tsoabia, aad restoring the vital forces, tthera Chef
have been dormant fur yr. Xhis mode of tseafr
meat has stood the tet iu vry severe oases, and 1
now a proconnced success. Xlruts are too much pr.
ac.iled la this trouble, and, as many can bear wit
ness to, with but Utile if an; permanent good. There
is no nonseosahouttliis J 'r.ivxrat ion. Practical ob
servation enable n to I'fwi'.ively flruaranfee that it
will give satisfaction. Is hns been In genera) ose
for several years nd wo hnve thoasanflf of testi
nsoaials fmra imtienia, as to its vnlue, aod it fa now
ooooedod to be the most rational means yet dia
eovered for rs.tchLca and cuiLn this very prevalent
.y'""- that Is vrcll known to be the caieof untuid
imsirrtc kic2T.ol upon whom quiwka prey with
Uialr tospr-M" nyvi'm-,. t--J biar fees. The Kemerly
la potupin neat bases, af ifirvo!. fp. J,(enotu;h
to last a month, I S3 J 'S.tmiihoienUto na tuA 3 er-
tnsnent cure, unless ir Sfevoro cams.t ,
(iaetina; oveir three ucrthn, iil restore-tnosd f a t.'ro
worst conii inn. i S7. t!r nt bv mail, in plain wrappers.
uii KlRRCl'lona I-jr vauuflr Wiii. act
fefM4 fr orMtrtr r.T.v-rtnre -.mpw i
J Itf a tivipit Jtwiisitnical lllnirtction
B tho most a .( :.': thu( in.vi
9 Hmrrti to ticrft-tt tienlrJt, t'tui ihf rfjul
1 SisPfe'4 thff'lu rvriccti-rtitUrii mame
um if s.. nL7,ltl, &l,t (fl'ltf fry
HARRIS REMSCY CO. MH. HE.m
MaraetanflStli Sis. Ct. LOu:3, MO.
Un!icltc3 teavlmor.y to tho Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastille, taken from Lt
tsrs reoelvwl fr-?-rt Pa'romi
Indiani. April It. TV Ike hsmody is srorklns; per
f&cUr. Had ef.l,---r--'n wwtnw. forb 3 oars past.
Iowa. Oet. I' 'in. iH.l am almrast surprised at issr
!!. TbcT hure work-Hl likifn charm oa m.
ctxarro on ra. I am
ras tn-Wjrrt t.-.Vina. X
ofirht. and i Hre was
socmsMrm cirmsrv ,.rro i i . . .--.tt. t.r r.v.
no cnr for mm. fciftu- X. trVa j.
eine fuid I bJ"v9 it bw crd me. for
tbnnJcfal- J ncifrwi Had X Piea scd tt anochor
r c frfond. Vcu &hva iSnn n r:aX thias
ku 4 on cl ttiwm-iir- t ctta. - -
- - - - a
From a physic Mf 5iif?3l.
Mlssoart. Jan S. Pl farwr. isMMar k
of to Pastille The tf.val on wh.itn 1 bava osiul
aacwjt of oae bos, fa addition to a sarapio toi. is fast
racovariosb and I think nno( Ur w Li I sia- aim ail rict.
From a Druggist.
Maryland, Sept. 2. T9. Last Janniirjr w CT" a box of
yoar Hrbmi for on of oar castotnvrK. sod it bits mads
a prf S cqrg of him. W have another customs aosr
isMsj in to sam way. aod wlan ana Ko. a bas.
fW,. THE GREAT n t f
1 w-t BrM mm mm m - c . m tm &. m
Vagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
or farm and otber machinery, as there
la a good lathe in my shop.
, 'PETER It AO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
baa taken charge of the wagon Khop.
- He is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
Sew Wacoa) . and Itnrsifn made to
Shop on Sixth street nonoslte StrHeht'sStatle
' '. . : AND -
. - ; I'latfMiuouth - Xelrnkn.
Flepajrer of Steam Engines, Boilers,
- Saw and Grist Millx,
GAS AND STEAM FITTINGS.
Wrought In-n Tine. Furce and Lift llpes.Steaia
GaueM. Safety Valve (idvernor and jill
kiiidf if lr.s Kngiue Kiltinfcs,
repaired on slmrt iiot ice.
Also all kinds if
KABH JIAI HIVH! Y.
XKW JiI!I( H VAIiP.
I have now a new JJrick-M.iker from tlie east
130,000 No. 1
ow. ju'auv ana for s;s;c i -.j
them for Yoiii-tivcs.
fallow ;i in.'-ii po .
Will KOt U8U::;!-:
tor a C;ant(t? ri linr
I am iil;-
i!t V. i.;N !! l,itii!!': ;iiw! t
f i t
up any kind .f wnik in
Brick wan tod v
A' n:v !!.(; . .t-liir.L'tcn Avenue or at K. i
r- .Tj M:iin s-net.
AG HATT i
Jl'ST tfEXF.f AO A IX.
I tM, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
onMain Street Correr of Mil. ' l'l;itlniontli
Everybody on hand for fresh, tender meat.
n Ktrur. ty arvincio tlinchnrijrs r-vy rr-'. 7 h ,-
yaotii't i to wncmcr en:::i -i . r ' - s
should fci'jv.l two 3c. rta:Tji3 f"r ct 't -.-culsr
of Itf?ormt ioii. A- In- r r
statnns. PTOIn.r:T & f'.. ': .
and FatcnUi, 13 O LL,S V."., l .i:on. . ii
ThirtvP1- fai'rtleaof CshSae;e: of Cor: 8 of Cucoas-
bcr: i .: i-.on; s; of Vc. : vf IW-ins : t? "f S.uah; j
of Bee: a.:: I n oi Tor.nto. miiU other varieties in proportlaa. a
lar.fe pnrtwm f.' whi--h were ro-.vn on mv He seed farmt. sriti
b- U- tn t ;n m rertable aat Flowrrr H-d 3ataloee
for 1 SS. Sen: J-kitB to ail vrho apply. C'w oruers of 1
Sc.w n nccl 2vt . ritir ftir it. AU fel i fmm rr.y aWiih
men: warrai.-c-l br.tt. l&h and true a n.ua. io far. that
shnuld ii pr..vc o.Iicrwi.e. -11 refill o. r rr::s. The
eri'lnnl liitrmlaorr f Fu-ly rt'.lu .ia l ?:.. Psta.
tnm. SIa?i;! "ii.oJ Fn-?v '.:. t: !.-.' ' . ,u-ua,
llarblt iivuJ 4'uhi.utw I' :. ...'..--. . .t.ijreof
...her n-w Vtjrt.i. :r. I Irvc t-t. -, . wl tiit ;hiI1ic
"cT V'cffctabics a L-jtc il-v.
JlSLZOr 9, J. J".. i,r ;,,? V; Vii-Vrd, Mass.
PLATTS MOUTH rvllLLS.
C. lli:isr.l - frupif?tor.
Flour. Corn .fetfl tfr Feui
Al;iv on tmnil uml t(ir.iii'i I:.wti.';l e:isji
nvirea. Ttie 1 1 1 sr I t prii'hn .,tli il" Wheii ;n,it
C'ovn. rnrl'pnlnr ntn'ittion jr'ven finrd'n work.
rni n i in r-
t Lt II I P ! I I WW V ,eT'I
uriv in uuiiLii f:,:u
Till: 3I0ST SLTfESsri'I. IIE3IEDT
ever diccovered. an it in certain in Its eficcss
and does no! Mister. A no excellent for Iiu
uian ilesii. lrt'AD I'lifjUK 11KLOVY,
COL. U Tt FOSTER.
Vftini;stown. Ohio, May lfath, l4".
Dir. Ii. .J y. I'VDAM. & t.'o., ;nra;-I had a
very vsilualde llanibicti nian colt which I prized
verv liithly. he had a lurue inme spavin on one
oint art! n small one on tlie oilier wiueit luaae
lame ; I had him under She cliarjire or
tivti t.nn:irv whlcli tailed to cure
hiin. I.vra oiie day readin1; the advertisement J
of Kctidairs Simvin Lure m me i nieago r.x-pro-s,
I determined at once to try it. they or
dered three bottles: I look tluin all ani
thoufh! I would give it a tliorouuh trial. I used
it according to directions and the fourth day
the colt ceased' to Ire lame, and the lumps have
dis.npearel. I used but one bottle and the
colts limbs are as free from lumps and as
smooth as anv hore in the state. lie is entiro--
iy-ftirreJ. cure was so remarkable that I
h-t iu.) f jitJt;h'"'' tlie remaining
iwo bottles. tflo aru Hr.W tjSny if4, '
ON HUMAN H.ESK.
PatUen'a Mille, Wash. Co.. X. V. Feb. 2ist. 1ST.
Dlt. B. J. Kfs HALL, Dear Sir : Tbe iarticu
lir awe on vliii-!i I u.seU viur KpiuIuHV Sxviu
t.'iire-wan a niHlignHnt ankle fi-aln of lxt-en
liioiitli" sitmitlini:. 1 bad trU-tl liu.iiy tliinRs. Imt
in tain. Your Spavin Cure uit the ImjI ttlie
irioitnJ ay:Min, ami lor ine nrt time M'-i-e in.n.
Fr. iftiHtiwnl positimi. F'or u f;ii:iiy liniment It
f htI. inO (hiitg'M-c i-ver wd.
.. . . ' -ti ' Toura Tru! v.
' Krv. M. P RRLL,
rtitort.f ty. F Citurdt, fMtrh'.s Mi0.-X: ).-
Ken'li's spavin Cuf.
SlmiiI aililrc-' for I!iustr;Hed i;iu.uliM. iti--u
welhirik gives xisti-e'pnof tt vittus. ij
rfnitiUv" h ftr m't ijh tiin! iinrm;iliufJ yijcr
k-.s ut iiur ksiuvlettr'A t" us w
'"f'liVe 1, perix.ttle. r lx txitllM for 56. Alt
Dnipgiets have it or can ;et It tor you. or it
will be sent to any address tin receipt of prie
by the projirb-tori. LK. B. J. KKXUALL & CO.
Enoeburg Fulls. Vt. 341y
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
business now lit'f.ire the pub
lic. Vou can maAe money I.ist-
v,. r.t work for in thtu at any-sHitii;'t-Wc.
. Capital .i: ;.').!'.!.
Wipwftl ftitrf you. '-r4Ai Js,
And iipwariln ni;ideil -inely
iJit indu-trioU". .Men. m-n. fiojs and t irl
Vntefl evr-r)lierf tp work tqr il.- 'Now iailie
tixia. Vou Mia work in M.io time only, or iive
ryour M-hnle tUnn l the: Uuli:i' , Vou caijlive
at Home Hun uo m. worn .'i nnirr i.iimm
will pav you nrarlj well. N oiie csn nil m
make f'noniious jray by rt:iins at ti.-t: Cirt
Iv oulOt and terms "free. lo!ev rru.ii' fnst.ea
iiy aii IioDomldv. Addrewn
35lj Tkcjc it Co., avutfuato. Maine.
any cauMsJso lor Uirtef ilccca.wt so!: Wrt S-J ?-o5aL eiSV Mwji I?
ESSir lao tliykitM ditabilUg entlU 1 1 per . lext tV .i1 l" i f-f3 It
19 the OM Favorite and .
Omaha, Kansas City, Atchison and St. Joseph,
DETROIT, NIAGARA FALLS,
New York, Boston!
And All Points EAST and SOUTHEAST.
THE LIXE COMPRISES
Nearly 4.000 railed. Solid Smooth Ptopl Track. Alt
comifctmns ar msdn in I'NlUN DEPOTS. It baa
a Natior.nl Ucputnn.m n bt'irur THE GKGAT
THIiul'UlirAK LINE find ! tiniversnllT conceded
t' be THE FINEST KyriPPED itailroad iu Uta
"World for all classes of travel.
Trv it, and you will tlnd traveilnt; a luxury Instead
of a discomfort.
Throuch Tickets via this Celebrated Lino for sale
at oil ottices In the. Wist.
All information about Hates of Fare. Pleepine Car
Accommodations, Time 'i'ahles, &c will bo clicer
t ully Klveu by applying to
T. J. POTTER, PERCEVAL LOWELL,
id Vice Prnt t ft Oil Vui, Ga I Paucager A(L,
Chicago, Ills. . CMczgo,MtS
Garmoro's Artificial Ear Drums.
As I aTtnted and wera br Ma perTeatly rutarin the
hearing. Entirely deaf for vnirty yer.h hear with them.
eva whipr.ditinetly. An not obeervabb and re
main in position without aid. Descriptive Circular fr.
t'.Vl-TlON I Do net be deceived toj bufcas ear drums, alia
ia the omy snocesfal artificial ear Drum nuaafactored.
John fawiw, 8.W. Cor, tth b Race St.. Cincinnati. O.
A Book of Rare Orlslnalltv. entitled
The rreat prubiom solved. The individnsl einfallraoi.
idered from tae site of responsibility up to maturity ia re
curd to Education, Home, Society, Etiquette
Hrnuioiiisiaii, urnn koiei marriage, busi
peas, &C Uo Brtad-Eattn art to bt llrtaJ- Wirmer.
1 a vi Inms abounds in striking thoughts, rare informatioa
and intent enmmonen. Full-paire colored plates each
ONE A UEM. Agents Wanted Everywhere,
bsad for cireoloj mil description, terras. Ad., address.
J. O. HeCCKDY 4: CO .Mt. tenia, alo.
BEST in the VORLD 1.
winner" of highest distinction at every
tireat noria'arair lor louneen years.
Hillbll SFJ dta. is read this month, and will 6
" aent free to any addre:., annooncln;
UnUMliONiwSTTUs; ovcrluOinalL .
Prices, 2S, $30. 66, S4 to M0 and tip; aba for
Tremont St., BOSTON: 4t East 11th bt., AiirV lUJiaj
19 rt aossq Ave.. tniuAuu.
: 0,000 Ajrents Wanted for lAIo of
It contain the full history of hU noble and eventful Ufa
mlrlAst.irdlv a.ssassiuMtion. Surirical treatment, death.
funeral obsequies, etc. The best chance of your life to
make money, hewareof "catchpenny" imitations. This
is theonly authentic and fully illustrated lifeof our mar
tyred President. Fine steel portraits. Extra terms to
Agents. Circulars free.
Address National Pcausaiaa Co., St. Louis, Ho.
hniiirteirom:iM:npie l'r'i"a! Leaf vi K;irf
Value. :ul is a S'ositlve Itemed y fir:ill tlie
lise:ifeK thitt eause l uiii.s in tlie 1t ren t of
tli? ImmIV for lorpi"! l.jvfr llPaiiaelies Jain
dice iJizzmess. Cravel, Miliaria, an.i aii l i :fi-
eultie-' : the Knlueys. l.ivcr ami ( rmaiy l)r-
pans. t-or rrniale IMMpaveM. Jloulhiv Men-
stniai'.on. aim ft u 1 1 d. -r l renuaiicy. it haw no
eijnal. It restores the or-jan that mahr, tlie
liloixi. aim iienee is tlie hest Itlood I'urifier.
It is tlie only k'ncvn r-nu-dy tliaf cures that
sooui'iie. Iti-i;ht m ItiMeune. Kr iJialjelec.
ue tnnier h Safe IMalx-tf ( lire.
tor Sale liy Drnjrits and Dealer at 1.1
jier bottle. Large! bottie in tlie market. Try it.
II. II. WAUXKit d CO.. Rochester. N. Y.
J UfrlQ Ivpt A IVrfainery. Figiuuur. of l'.-
A Co., N.
pARKers mum mm
r ' "O Medicine for Every Family.
P NEVER INTOXICATES.
I Madcfrom Ginger, Eucliu. Mandnilce. Sti!!inpiaf j
k and other of trie be: t vc-ct..b!e rcmctiics known, 3
r Parker's Gingp.x Tonic has remarkably varied i
V curative powers, & isthe greatest Stomach Correct- J
r or, lSlood I urifiernU Liver Keguhitot ever made (?:
: The Best Medicine You can TJs i
: forEestorinHealtli&Stree-th 3
Itcommcncesto act from the lirt du-c, s ?.ic!ics
, out tne weak organs, and is warrar.n J n c::rc o"
t help all cases of the Eov. els. J-tomach. I.i o;i.
t Kioneys, l iter. Urinary prj;ans, a) ICciripI.iir is cf
oroen, rvervousr.css, fcljcolcssucbs, ilueuuia-
lisia and Drunkenness.
Try a bottic to-c!av : itmavsave vau-rlife. soct.
L and$i sizes ataiidruesi-sts. Kvcry Genuine bottle '
f nas pursignasure on puiside wrapper, Ilrsctz Ci
VO., ff. i. lirge saving in buying !ft size.
"r.-J T ' . St trm W
Just What la Wanted.
Everybody whose Kair is gray or tided has felt
the reed of a Hair Restorer ar.4 dressinj that is
cleanly, agreeably perfumed and hrra'css. Par
leer's H?ir liam utisiics the mot f.vticiimis li
these rw?sc. Sold .y en. - ....
- "COLD 8,
TOLl! has alwsji
iiMitom of lbs most
leal Fcftjr tfslblt
of tto aUiivo iiij.
t; beeq so sdvmia
f sousiy eorapiiu&d
ed as ia Lain nisei
to tliHTia-f TOLU.
ROC K aad HVK. Iu
appetizer and tonic,
to bnild DD tha Eva.
es t.'-.cr tha eonsh baa bees relieved.
'. 'IMT'ft'J I Don' b" deceived rry dealers
J l J I f U i i who trv to paim oT Kock and
.':.r I.j -r-.kr.a A, Utn i!s TOLU, KoCK
i il :- V".'.!l SB be-otilv 4IEtU;ATivD ar
. - e..-nlw--t1 estiine hs a fK V A TK'JI i
f-. p :ei...-i r i .. iu p on each bqttie,. '
iu: up a Q itri 8ii Bjit!e3. I'rioe $1.00.
TOI.U. HOCK & RYE CO., Prop'rm.
- CHICAGO, ILL.
Sji-J by UR'JCCISTS and GENERAL
1 . Ill:
A complete to:k of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS. AND TOBACCO. v
We carry the lie?t stock of CAXNKI) GOODS in tins City.
fHtf Fi.xlq, Teas a Specialty,
C. S. Malta's "Old ReiiaWe" Brand 'of Baltimore Oysters; -. -
sS-CASK PAID FOK COXTlTTZK 3T IJROZDXJC JH.-iJl
fiootis Uclivorcd Tree In any part of le clly.
ssawsvissisaii ii siisimisji iiivii isiixii s in i isiisi i sssn sn .iiwiijisJis)nnilTTnTirs
M hv v V f"1
Contains Pepsin, Rhubarb, Mandrake Gentian
And cure. Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Rilliousties and all derangemcnU
of the Stouiiicli arising from over-eating anil drinking. Prrpnrnd only by
msoiv.v iiiedicixk am invrncinnxo co
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. "-J for su l,y all Dru-.Ht.
Altliouyli Lt'cticn is over v. e are
WILL FIND AT F.N. WHITE'S nxi-,
HEIST MOCKS OI
The nicest Green Winter Apples for sale. Over Ji.') Darn-Is tli;wn Ci IIhj
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CA SII PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLO W, dC, at
.! ,S'. TYJJTiJS,
' PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
and Plants. OnrGreenhnnaea and
uiS uiimutu vi tour acres, solid iu (floss,
35 tortiatwlt Street, e-vr York.
PfVTc send tir Tllustrattd Catalogme of "nP6"
"aWverytlilna: for tlie Garden," rflEC
, . nuj -ii u )i-iws iu ujtmiLTiiiu, n.ivr tit v i. r
MANUFACTURED 3Y THE DR HARTER
Fl-riii.--i.rr, Kiei-Ii, I'me Mi.:;
Si cciiil call- arn-in;e.'l t. iii.d Fio.-h M.l
from sair e -o ti;ii;i.!i-i ! en v.-i- r-,J a'-.-
ft I ftf
Fr, s fc
1:1 . r - . ,i.
la S.-tt.U.:V p-i-OiK-.'!
617 St. Charlp's Sfrppt. Sf. Louis. Ifo.
A renlar craji ite of txn Mwiical .li., (.. hu le
lonor lu.-at.i i tuun ;-y otherl'liyniuiaa In bf lu:s.a
eity pnits tikotr.aqld nil old raidants know. Sjrphilia,
Gbuorrkc?-.. G:et, Su-icture, Orehiua. Kupurcl (
urinary Bjrpbilitio or MercuriaJ Affactioaa J
Xbroat. Skin or Jinnee enrcl Si.fcly, J'rivstelr.
fipermatorrba. Sexual Dabiiitv and Imr.ntif
a the result of Keif-A huso, so:anl eir,sein maturer
Tears.erover braiawork. prod uciaff Drvoncness.srnrrv.
ai emixsiom, dabulty. dimness o.'thrhl.fW-t;... n
pry, phjsiciil decay, aversion to society coafuioa of
ideas, low of svxaal pewsr,nu?nt loe. rendering max.
riaire improper re Perzaanantlycured. onsulttioa
at office or by mul free and lnvii,.1 P,,.t,,.i,i. ...
tamp. Medicinea seat by mall or esorefca. Cores
..nam uuuui vxiHis n ia trucK iy th'ed.
MARRIAGE t ff
, The whole story, vrcl! told, as it Is troe tolje, oa the
foliewina snbjeots: VVbo rnny marry, arhi not, why.
Manhood, Womanhood, Physical decay. Who should
rnarrr : how life and happiness may be increased ; effects
of celibacy and excess, and nucy more. Those married
oroontemplatinii mnrriaire should read it then keep un
der lock and key. 83 CtS. by mail in money or pos-
i .?- "wii -r n;i.,a qrii-i pnoxen.
WanuniiiisiQi ot laeos, yivortlou to Society
Liou.-e .Jeniory and Disorders brourbton l:v Sif.
Abase. Anydrninristhriat!iolnipdieo-ji. Ku'-Louia
Oirat:ve lnst'e.61i Ht-Chnrlci. Ht. Iinis, fo.
703 cnenutSt, St. Louie. Mo. at old office,
eon Hunt to cure Bpenmv.rrium, S-rr. n xl Weak-
S?f,IT?pot'ncyI14,l.fcIP o! 8yMa- -norrbcea,
Bieet, Urinary or Bmdder disaa t. Jernt CJ
Tired in a 1-w dys. Aiitbe dLseiMm T::ntn from
elf-abnse,ex"j.9 0rexpw-ure enwd for life with eufa
medicine. A iv'.r. f r.. , f-, u r . i . . rr.r
ta ttrirt eonfi lenoe. By-mrtor.i Eooif Mrt.,m;
sn niirt eonb ienoe. By-mrtor.i Boo!t f .r two
1 HI ru;
1 1 ii- CSr
fctabllsisl 1S17 at 12 . Sii Strsst, ST. LCCT, K3.
riiHE Pbr.icians in charge of Ibis eld and wll know
X. institution are resnlar rrs4-jatt in mediums sni
'irry. Years of i'xpenenoe to tbe treatment of
Ciironio Discaeee bare made ibeir skill and ability
murb superior to that of the ordinary practitioner,
that tbey bare acquired a national reputation through
iieir treatment of complicatd rues.
NDlSCRETlOfs OR EXPOSURE ?
A to btoosl, asilss er bone, treat--! witb auocr,
00 scientific prmcj pivs, without usin( Mercury or viber
1 rtnnnons Medicines and at moderate expense.
YOUNC PN and those of mirtdle ae ebo are
' iJi.n.l -afase suffering fr&Bi crfc-0-uc weas:
lles that en ere its rirtlras for bus in0 or marriaEo.
tormanently cured. moderate expea.
gATjMTS TWEATFO .;,Mih SZV',
fwrKuAi c . u . : : I u 71 T i -1 ti f. tm FREE xd tfiTitrd.
LtM f a-aattica to b vntwrrd iSf pattest dmmtriuf trctUnaes.
B-nW fnra to any aJdreta om vi pi tci.
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DU. BUTTS, IS .-Jortk 81b bee. LeuU. Mo."
&. iLt-A K.V : J liau ust4 iit
fovcrished condition of tne tilooi, t!ii3 peerless rf-nied v, lias in iny Jiamlri, uiaile uonie ou.S riiil7iir..M
ases that have ba.'lled some of our most eminent iilivbii-fans. h:ic i lilcd . tills K at ami Ircomnarl
able remedy. I presorllie it in preference to any lion lm-paraiiu inr. ie. In l.ir l. ni.-h a e.nnrioun.1
aa Db. UAitTEK'd Iso.M To.ic fs a neeessltv In my pn'i lee. Da. IluBEXfJ' t- vil'H ,'"uutl
t-T. l.m i. Mo.. Nov. -,;!,. 1---K SKM WaMi AvVnoa.
It (rive color to the blowl, fJI-.'-.V-i.'.'!? "V l:ZTxrT'J -'.V7r:w'm"-'"-" misj
natural hralthfultontt to It F-t T 5 r'' I
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it applicable to Omrrall i V & A? J f'-l 1-7 I f Af ' .
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not done ;
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OF ALL A' I XL'S IX THE 7
To ovory man's door. If our
SEEDS aro not sold In your
town, drop usa Postal Card for
Handsome Illustrated Catalogue
Address D. LANDFIETH fit SONS, Philadelphia.
sasujeiiaDieuiOjuli:o)otoiiiyiiatiiretl. b.-t kimln tor Krult
rlJPrr"r Vblecr.jDs (wnowier f .r J'nvaw or Comm-r-
, " " ' inon.ntrniv lest Hi .inn ,tv if all Seeds
Kramra in Jerwv ( itv. are ih.. i.,-.... i.. a IT:"
, employing an avt-ra-o of seventy nu n troiiLout tlm vsr'
HErJDERSOfJ & CO.
A combination of JVo
I tttxide of J mn, J'rrurian
Hark and J 'ftosphoru it
la rtalatabl form.. Tha
ou2f prrjarattan of iron
IttAt will not Itlarkrn thtl
I trrth,mo churactrrlatievf
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WE GIVE A V A YMx j" "h
rriari! !;.w-s tba-j n.t e-labli-Lrnnib. t-row, n. sr
feni?"1 nrji iMu NPKCIAS. Itaeineae .
wur 7rw t.mde, s r.,mti' Irmne r" ir- rm '
Ca (Ac .w,:l riv nntl; i:lu,'ml,,t r I- I T
THE DEWC-ZE &. CONARD CO.
KOMl-rowcrs, oi tiro-. c,t iiec(crCotl
Can foeevred brthscssei
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Indie liemedles. Yot
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l HiiM Ilixilog Saw Mac Line is warranted
. . . . m luua uS iu a luinuces, auia
I costa legs money than any other Saw
"y Machino. Vja m-e the first Una who
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1 own tha onjy lecai
right of the same. Brad for our fce circular.
United States Manf Co.. Waahlngton. D. 0.
ijThe OVtY BOOK B If of the klni 1 1 evcf p-i'd
'new i;niTioN. a 'iisioitr oi
1 of Ibe L-d. o lw mi U-ju. w.ih view oi masy o the
I " k? A 'd(- 1h the most sxUble hooj
I pubbtbed. Acen j wanied-senu fee CucuUrs, with sail
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LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthfnl i
Bre lio:y Nervous Dc-biljiv. It Manhood. etr.
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