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A Family Newspaper Devoted to Democracy, Literature, Agriculture, Mechanics, Education, Amusomonts and General Intelligence.
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BELLEVUE. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28. 1858.
M SO:f fix ilr -fix
TUBLISIICO EVERT Til L BSD AT AT
EELLEVd. CITY, N. T.
Honry M. Burt & Co.
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Bowjn St Strickland,
ATTOUXEi'S AT J. AW. Real F.etate,
City Lota and Clnitai bought and I4.
Mrctinser will do well to call at our a See
and examine o ir list of City Lot, ic, be-for
purchasing elsewhere. Oifcce in Cuek" new
vuilJinr;, corner of Fif-h Sa4 Miiti street!.
L. L. Bowon.
a TTORN'KV AM) COU.V$r.LLOR AT
j LAW, Hellevuc. N. T. l-tf
S. A. Strickland,
ATTORNEY AXB COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, lellesraei, V. T. 1 -tf
' T. B. Lemon,
A TTORNEr AND COUNSELLOR AT
JX. LAW. Office, Fontenell bank, Belle
va, Nebraska 1 errltory. ly51
C. T. Ilolloway,
ATTQRNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Uellevue, N. T. 1-tf
W. H. Cook,
ENERAL LAND AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT, liellerue City, Aebragka. 1-tf
W. n. Longsior!, II. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Oflica on
Mxin, between Twenty-Fifth and Twenty
Sjxth ita-eets, Belleue City. 3Utf
W. "W. Ilu'vey,
C BOUNTY SURVEYOR OF SARPY CO.,
J -will attend to all business of Surveying,
laying oit and divuli ig l.tnd, n irteyine and
pUfinf towns and r.iads. Office on M-iin
aeot, Bellevue, N.T . 20-tf
B. P. Rtnkin,
ATTORNEY VND COUNSNLLOR AT
LAW, La PI itte, X. T. 1-tf
J. P. Peck, M. D.
SURGEON Jt PHYSICIAN, Onihs. Ne
br aka Office and residence on Dodge
btreet. - ( 1 yb)
Peter A. Swpy, ;
XORWARDINO fc COMMISSION MER
. . CHANT, Bellevne, N. T WUoleaala
Dealer, in Indian Goods, llorsca, Mules, and
D. J. SulliFin. M. D..
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OtTice
Head of Ura4ay, Council Muffs, Iowa.
. mw. 3 1-tf.
WM. K. SMITH. J. H. SMITH
Smith ti D i other,
ATTORNEYS, COUNSELLORS at LAW
and Dealers in Real Estate, Bllevie,
'ebraka Territory, will attend faithfully and
promptly to buying and selling Real t state,
CiiT Ixts Claims, and Land Warrants. Oifire
at the Benton House. . . 21-tim
Macon & Brother, '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW & LAND ACTS.,
Omaha City, Nebraska. Office on cor.
tier of Farnham and Fourteenth Streets. 42tf
D. II. Solomon,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR AT
LAW, Glenwood, Mills Co., Iowa, prac
tices in all the Courts of western Iowa and
Nebraska, and th Supreme Court of Iowa,
Land Agency not In th Programme, no 4-tf
1 FASHIONABLE Hair Cutting, Shaving,
Dying, nni Bathing Saloon, third door
west of the Exchaeee Bank, Omaha, N.T.
Omaha, Oct. l;JSi7. 47
rpOPOr.RAPHIC and nvir. pri.
J. NF.ER, Executes Drawing and Palntlnr
of every atrle and description. Alao, all
baainess in hla line. O.Tic on Gregory sUeet,
M. Mary, Mills onjr, Iowa, ' i.t
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
LARGE AND POPULAR
, OFFERS EVERY
To the Public, and will reader
To Me wants of II IS G VESTS.
J. T. ALLEN.
Bellevne, Oct. 23. 1S.V5. 1-tf
Greene, Weare Si Benton,
B ANKERS AND LAW AGENTS, Council
IllulO. Potowattaiuie comity, Iowa.
Greene fc Weare, Ceitr Rapids) Inwn,
Greene, We.lie . Rice, Fort IV Moines, la.
Collections made Taxes paid; and Land
purchased and sotd, in any part of Iowa. 1-tf
J tO. SKVDCK. JOHN H. SIIEHMAX.
Snyder & Sherman,
A TTOHNEYS and COUNSELLORS AT
2X LAW, and NOTARIES PUBLIC, Coun
cil Bluffs, Iowa, will practice their profession
in all the Courts of Iowa and Nebraska.
All collections entrusted to their care, at
tended to promptly.
Especial attention riven to buvtne and sell
ing real estate, and making pre-emptions in i
Deeds, Mortapes, and other Instruments of
writinc drawn with dispatch j acknowledg
ment taken, &c, cc.
OlHre west aids of Madison street,
just above Broadway.
nov 13 1-lf.
J. ii nitowrv,
ATTORNEY AND COIMELOR AT LAW
GENERAL LAKD AENT,
AND XOTARV PUBLIC,
riatUitioidh, Cats Co. .V. T.
ATTENDS to business in any of the Court
of this Territory. Particular attention paid
to nlitaiiiinj and locating Land Warrants, col
lection of debts, ane taxes paid. Liters of
inquiry relative to any pirt of the Territory
answered, if accompanied with a fee.
Hon. Lyman Trumbull, U. S. S. from Ills.;
Hon. James Knox, M. C. 44
Hon. O. H. Brownine, Quincy, "
Hon. James W. Grimes, Governor of Iowa.
Hon. H. P. Bennett, Del to C. from N. T
Green, Weare k. Jlenton, Council Bluffs, I.
Nuckolls k Co., Glenwood, Iowa. . 23tf.
Ira A. W. Buck,
J AND and General Attent. Pre-Fmption
U Paiiera prepared, Land Warrants bought
and sold. Office in the Old Slat House, over
tha U. S. Land Oir.ce.
Hon. A. R. Gil I more, Receiver, Omaha.
Hon. F.nos Lowe.
Hon. S. A. Strickland, Bellevue.
Hon. John Finney. 44
Hon. J. Sterling Morton, Nebraska Ci'v.
Omaha, June 23. 13j7. 33
it. T. CtASKE.
A. M. CLARKE.
CLARKE & B R 0 .,
FORWARDING akd COMMISSION
STEMBOAT AND COLLECTING
Dealers in P;ne Lumber, Doors, Saab,
Flour, IHeal, Bacon, &c, &c.
uST Direct Goods care Clarke Si Dro.
P. A. SAHPY.
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
Still continues the above bnsiness at
T. MARYS, IOWA, & BELLEVUE,
Merchants and Emiernnts will find their
good promptly and carefully attended to.
P. S. I have the only W AREHOUSE for
Morace at the Above named landings.
' O . . ," L mil L .a-
iu-iryu, rrn. iun, idi.
I Tootle & Jackson,
I FORWARDING ft. COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Counoil Hl.ilTs citv, Iowa.
Having a Large and Commodious Wareliouse
on the Levee at the Council Bluffs landing,
are now prepared to receive and store, all
kinds or meiolinndise and produce, will receive
and pay charges on all kinds of freigths so
that Ht'eam Boat will not be detained as they
have been heretofore, in getting some one to
receive freight, when the consignees are absent.
niTERr.Ncts: Livermoor fc Cooler, S. C.
Dau ft. Co. and Humphrey. Putt A. Tory. St.
Louia, Mo. j Tootle ft Fairleieh, St. Joseph,
Mo. J. 8. Cheneworth fc Co., Cincinnati Ohio;
W. F. Coulbough, Burlington, Iowa. l-tf
BOYES & CO'S
1 Florence, Nebraska, In Main St.
I Town Plata, Maps, Sketches,
1 Business Cards, Checks X Bills, Certificates,
and every description of plain and fancy en
parinr, executed promptly in eastern s'yle.
To I lie West I To the Wcttf
BT CHARLKS MACK AY.
To the west I to the west I to the land of tlit
Where the mighty Missouri rolls down to the
Where a man Is n man, if he's willing to toil,
And the huinb'tit may gather tht fruits of
Where children are blessings, and In who ha ill
Hath aid for his fortune and riches to boast ;
Whre the young may exult, and the aged
Away far away to tha Land of the West I
M ! t
To the West I to the West I where the rivers
Run thousands qf miles, spreading out as ihey
Where the green waving forests that echo our
Are wide as old England and free to us all ;
Where the prairies, like . seas where the 111-
lows have rolled.
Are broad as the kingdoms and empires of
And the lakes ar like oceans in sto m or in
Away, far away to tha L.r.d of the West I
To the Weif I to the West ! there is wealth
to be won i '
The forest to clear is the work to be done;
We'll try it, we'll do it, and never despair,
While there's light In the sunshine, and
breath In the air.
The bold Independence that labor shall buy,
Shall strengthen our hands, and forbid us to '
Away, far away, let us hope for the best,
And build up a home In the Land of the West
The Artie Expedition.
Wild fielJs of ice, gleamed cold bright
Around are frozen snows
' And wit'i por'.entous ruddy light,
Th Aurora grandly glows.
A ship stand bound by rugged walls'
Of adamantine glass
Lonely she stands' while night appalt.
And tempests howling pas.
The grim bear, silent, eyes th form,
Of that dekcrted Lark ;
And ruthless as the Artie storm,
Hi growls bis purpose dark.
The lonely wolf's sharp echoing cry,
Resounds from wilds afar;
And twinkling in the deep profound,
Is seen no guiding star.
All cheeri'g Hop her syren lay,
Sings not amidst the gloom (
No warmth, no food, no light of day,
Naught but an icy tomb.
Though f.erce the conflict, a larp th pala,
On th-'t disastrous night
Yet, calm and prudent, gallant Kane,
Stood in c. I ccted niig'it.
Reitl.eJ he stood, with purpose high,
To face his ghastly foes i
The savage beasts, the stormy sly,
TU dreary realms of snow.
,This need obtained, fair science smiles,
Upon her trophied soris j
In we item lands, In eastern isles,
What honors has he won.
'TIs all One to Die.
raoM THr German,
. Ob, 'tis all one to me, all one,
Whether I've money, or whether I've con I ,
He who has money can buy hiir. a wife.
And he who ha none can b free for life.
H who ha mo icy can trade if he choose,
And he who has none has nothing to lose.
He who has money has cares not a few,' I
And he who has none can sleep th night
through. ..-I ;
He who has money ran sq :Int at the fair, 1
A d he who has none escapes from much tart.
II who has money can go to th play,
. And b who baa nor, at torn car ay. .
He who has money can travel about,
And he who has none can go without.
II who has money caa b coarse as T will,
And he who Las none caa lie r,o-irer sllll.
He who baa money can eat oyster meat, ' '
' And b who ha none th shell caa oat.
' He who has inonsy caa drink foreign wine,
"And he who has non with th gout will
aot pine. .
He who ha money the cash must pay, '
And he who n ne, saya 44 Charge it, pray."
II who has money keep a dog if he plate,
And he who ha none I not troubled with
lie who has money will di on day,
And h who bis non must go th uni wiy
Oh, His all on to m, all one, , ( ,
WLtnr IV money or whether 1' ncno.
Wariiihoton, I), C ,
, D-c. 4Ji)th57.
Fi itnJ Burt, r Having a few minutes
lu .pare just now, I thuught ll.al perhaps
a few lines to you wo M not come nmias.
Yo i liiive ilouliilt-s lenrmd before this
that Cul. KiclmtiLon lin leen u pointed
Governor of your Ti rriiory. Judjje
Hull, of Iowa, i x-mciiiLcr uf Conys,
hm been apnointed to succeed Chief Jus
tice reiyu.-on, nnd John Purker jr., to
succeed hi Jatj.er vu Ueei.ter if the
Land Ollice at Oumhu. Chopman did
liis bet to prevent the Senate ratifying:
thU lu?t ujpoiiitiiicut, but his t florid were
like the paiii'i i'ij of bad upon the granite
bills of New Ilainpkliirc.
I have jtt left the rooms of our Dele
gate, at the United Slates Hotel, where I
taw over n ihousnnd vjlumes all packed
and mnrked for Nebraska about a I un
dr. d i f these were to go to ihe pott ollice
at lVbvue. A large box of seeds from
the Patent Office, nlo, were donu up in
small parcels directed lo bis con-tiiueu'.s
in various parts of the Territory. This
is attended "ith no small amount of labor
and vxpctu, and yet at this early stjo
of the tension this vast amount of labor
has been performed by our indtfatiguLle
Delegate. No other member has yet
done as much for bis constituents. How
different this from !nti fossion ? scarcely
a Look tent to the Territory from this
place. The books that Miould liuvo been
sent to us I found piled up litre in the
library ; I will not say for what purpose,
but I can think what I please, liy a vote
of Congies, however, they were all
tmnsfcrid to the new Delegate, which
iimde nome one hop like a cat on hot
bricks. Judge Ferguson is working l.ard
for his constituents and not for himself;
and, by so doing he is growing in fuvor
daily with the body of which be is a
member, as well us with the beads of tho
Department. He has only to be known
in order to be rcrpectcd.
Nebraska has been pretty well repre
sented here, at the seat if Government,
for a few weeks past, in the pcrsous of
our Delegate, Mar.hnl Rankin, John
Parker, jr., M. Snyder, of Omaha, Geo.
Jennings, Judge Cook, Chapman and
your humble correspondent. Ttie Poncas
and Puwuee are aLo represented Ly
their Lruve and chiefs. We will do our
bvM, of course, to impress the coauuuiiity
H'iih the importance of our Territory.
Yektelduy I vh-iled the President of
the I'nitcd butes, und was n l much ur
priced upon fincing him only u man, and
a pn liy old one at that. The lon nine
between his ch aii shaved bps, and the
thick leather blippi r that enclosed hi
rather flat feet, impretd me rather fa
vorably. I liue this rather hoieely, don't-cari-a-tive-nena
in the President as well
as any one else. lie was free and ea-y,
and seemed anxious to Irani its much as
possible alout our Territory 1 think,
howevtr, that he is laboriug under the
erroneous impression that there are many
cliques and parties anion; us.
Having a Utter to the Vice President,
I sent' it to him with my card and was re
ceived in the mo.t courteous n anner He
is a young man, not over 37 years of age,
straight, of moderate size, clean t-haved,
ta-tily dres.td and withal quite a type of
a Southern gentleman. As to bis mental
ability, I knovr nothing, but benerolenc'c
and hoi-pitatity streams out of bis very
countenance. I like hun now, but if I
were a young feminine I should lore him.
Only a few months since there wre
millions in the Treasury of Uncle Sam;
nov the old fellow i bankrupt. By a
vole of the American Congress, bowtwr,
twenty millions of papr dollars are pla
ced iu the vault in order to keep him from
starvation. Many art foolish enough to
suppose that this act was designed lo bene
fit the nation generally. But this was all
I m rt i J n L-. ,1. i. mt. il. . . I .
, uuu nu, UiV l"lll was
empty, and there was nothing with which
to meet the monthly payments of the hun
dreds of Uncle Sam's workmen. Con-
.r'essrneft; Cle'r?, biv all employee-, ore
all paid monthly and nst month the old
man hml to borrow several wugnn I ads
of bulfdollnrsfromihemi.it in order to
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pay them. Ihs state of things made it im -
peraiiv thut something should be done,
nnd the result was said twenty millions
bill. While then the nution at lurire will
be benefittid a very little, i directly, the
oljeit of tho-e who made the law was to
bent fit themselves directly.
This panic in the commercial world
has bnd the effect to make the legislators
of the nation less prodigal than ever be
fore. I)y a unanimous vote they invited
the clergy of the City of Wosbingt m to
do their praying f r them gratuitously.
"Saving prudei t men," as the English,
man said. Sage legislators, receving
(3000 each for about three hour work
per ony. tor m.t monins of the year, ana
only pay a Chaplain $500 for the auie
prrijd of time, and require him to preach
ulsoon ihe Sabbath day. What mi enor
mous expenditure of money ! Who ran
wonder in these tight limes that they ask
ed the clergy to do their praying grutu-
i . m t a
l!(JUIV f I HlMin QslIMT i.f ftMtrn .lau n
blessing! Dead-heading it to heaven is a
new wrinkle in these days cf progress.
DebatiuR Societies. '
We have before called the atten ion of
our readers to the importa ice and utility
of debating lyceuin, as a inMhod for de
veloiing and disciplining ihe intellectual
powers, and for cultivating a correct and
ready method for . communicating our
thoughts a:id expressing our feelings. Iu
no other way, perhaps, can one of the
witver evenings of each week be more
profitably employed. It would, however,
be uu improvement, and a very great one
too, with many delating associations, if
the young and old, inula and fniiule,
wot.ld participate together, a members,
if not ns speaker. 1
One of the chief difficulties in main-
tsiuing permanently a dt bating club, is
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the waul of question todncuss of n fresh
and practicul character. It happens fre-
ni.Btitltf if tiit itiimi ii II V ' llmf afiMP ir.iiir I '
through the usual routine of stereotyped
propositi s, th4 proceedings become spir
itless, and ihe society di ;s of ennut.
We suggest ihe propriety of selecting
living instead of dead questions for debate;
subjects which concern our present duties
and future destinies, rather than thusj
which relate to metaphysical abs Tactions,
or have no importance except in their past
A few example will indicate our mean
in : '-Shou'd women be allowed to vote I"
4 Is the use of intoxicating drinks mere
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injurious to society than that of tabucco I ' !
"Is it morally i iglit, under any circum
btances, to traffic in alt-huliu btveniges f '
"Would the Legislature le justified in
pas ing a law lo prohibit tho moi.jg of
ci.'ars in the streets?'' "Are the sexes
equal in meutulity ?" 4,HesolveiL that the
natural dietetic character of iijun is fru
giverous !"' "Is the male organization
more enduring tha i the fernrle ?" "Is
Piirenology a science " 4 ls Hydropathy
the l.et system of medical piac icii''
4 ls Homeop ithy more rational than Alio
p ithy ?' 4,Has nature provided reined ns
fir diseases?" -Can man break or vio
late a natural law V ' : - .
These, we submit, will interest an audi
ence more and elicit more useful informa
tion from and for the members, t'mu the
staid proposition about the relative pleas
ures of "Anticipation au I participation.
the comparative merits of
and Columbus," tic.
When r renAvr twill Inf.trm n llif.vi '
hav. AtntlA 11 1.9 1. atwtl'd nna.tii.it.
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we will luriiisn them with another list,
and so on as long as Lite sImII last
Meanwhile niury excellent hint, and
nccary rules for renulatms tbe pro-
ceedint's of d. ltiii'.' societies, and for
rnmluc'ing the d.-c ission, may be found
in our litlrt Hand-nooks, "How to Talk,"
and "How to Ilehave." Ltc lUitttraitd.
f!QBi igham Young tried to induce a
chief of the Snake Indians to join him in
fighting the United S'aies.' The reply of
the Indian show that be understood tbe
'non! ralil v tv.Ii, v Sni.l hi
redskin fighu redskin, blue-cool stands by
and looks on; when llu)-coat fijht bltu .
cont. redskin siands by and looks on4,'
when I lue-coat fight redekin. redskin turn
his back blue-oat s very great."
A farmer, named Ra'mey, who
resides on the banks of the Sacramento
river, about twelve miles from Sacramen
to City, baa a rat which distinguished biin
self by killing fifty-two rata, uni piling
theai in a heap, in out night.
friTA young Jonathan took it into hi
bead on day to get a wife. He accord
"'y looUe-J about him, and very soon
i iiiuuj such a selection as suited him, ana
L.ai ot im)g , ,trikillg t bargain and
settling the preliminaria. H then ap
phed lo a clergyman to perform the csr
"But are you prepared for such an im
poriaut change in life V said the reverend
an I worthy gentleman. i
"I guess I be," says Jonathan, "for 1
hove got my land just paid for, and wa
a gooJ yoke of steers and a cow." ,
Very well," said the holy man, with a
long I renih nnd sober face, "all these
woiWIy things may be verj proper In their
place, to be sure ' but have you vet
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mniigni oi salvation I . ,
This was a poer. 4,Sal Vation f" said
Jonatl.an, "who in thunder is A T '
ThA t araSall ( T nrtnnliliean Ua
d0w this maxim, adding, if you do yetf
are lost." and -4 illustrating " as follows i
e have in Marshall as inmost towna
in Texas, an ordinance forbidding persona
hitching horses to the shade trees witbja
the Cjrporution Umits, affixing as a tea
alty for iu infrinirnieni a fine of one dol'
lar. Our constable, who i a var dillir;
Akst ii-l naraifAT itirr man I n I K sa Aim-
'ciinmj , au IJ ua aaasj
charge of bis official duties, has enforced
this ordinance in a manner that bat rend
ered bun a terror to all offenders.' Re
cently a lawyer, whoso office is en tr
tirar the square, and who has a beautiful
shade tree before bis door, rode up hasti
ly nnd hitched his horse lo 't. The coa-'
stable happened to be passing by shortly"
afterwards and proceeded lo unhitch hio
and take him off. The owner, wittneaa)
ing the act, and perhaps having an idea
of whn' it meant came out and said : ,
Hallo! Mr. B., what are you after f
What are you agoing to do with my'
horse 1" i . i ',
14 Why." said tho constable, ' you have .
violated the city ordinance, and must pay
a fin. of one dollar." , ' '
"Bl-ss my soul." said the lawyer, with
great tmphnsis, "that's my tree; I plant'
ed it my-If." . , ... . ;, i.- .-,.tia
41 Cau't help that," said B., " the law.
'",,es no cuon, ana says MUinff
about ownership. It embraces all W
makes no extinction, and says
trees in the town.' . i'i'i
. . a i i . a
roit my wora. rsnaw:? i piabtea
thntiroe, as I told you, myself, and for.
th express purpose of having a place to t
hitch my hors . Haven't I a right te
plant a pea', before my door P ' '"'
44 Of course you have," said ike conste
ble. . , I.- .1
"Well, then, sir," said the lawyer,.
44 just call it a post, as I planted it for oat, .
and if the shade is any objection I aot
willing to taw the lop ti off."- ' v-'i-
Th) following inscription caa Wi red
ou a tomb stooe in a country church yard f
in Maine ;
" The lit 1 boy that lieth here,
Was co.iq iered by diarrhea." ,
The best descrip ion ef weakness we"
, have ever heard l contained in the wag't 1
query to his. wife. : when she gar bias
some chicken both, if she would not try;,
t Voax that thicken just Jo w. de the
Jim onca more.
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u My dear," snid an Irish gentleman i
his wife. " I would rather the children bt
kept ia the nurs-iry, when I am at horne,
uhhough I would not object to their noi
if they would only be quiet." ' ' y
44 My br udders," said an old darkey'
pr 'ttf-her, 44 1 would bab bin a desiplt ob I
d Lord's forty years ago, but, brut Jt:
LrJ dt wouldn't let me.
. tAmk aa. m. Crni DinivA I1.
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44 This yre is sakrid to the memory f
William Henry Skaraken. who caiia to
his deth by beinsbot by Colt's revolver v,
one of iht old kind, bras inountid a ad ef .
such is the kingdom of heaven.,
Th following is said to be recorded ia''
an Irish gravt yard: .' es.no
Hers lies thebody of ioba Muni,Vi i
Lovt at sea but bivw foujvL' i - ti
An Irishman, who had been talking i
amicui us terms about the sudden death
of h paternal relative, was asked if be
had lived very hrght '
Well; I can l say that ht did, aai ,
: Terrence, but be died bigtu
Faith. I mean that, like tho United
States Bank, he was suspended." "
A lulge in Indiana threatened to fink ap
lawyer for eontempt of court, a I ' 4
I 1 I have expreeted no cooltmpt (or tlkt-.
court," said ihe lawyer "on ihe contriry, j
'I have carefully concealed my ftoUr.v
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