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THE DAILY BJDJ& OMAHA THURSDAY MAY 11. i882.
The Only Exclusive
Wholesale Hardware Housi
1108 AND 1110 HARNEY STREET
OMAHA NEB ,
cr. or. BIRO WIET & oo
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Boots and Shoes.
OMAHA . NEB.
S. W. WYATr
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles ,
SASH , BODES , BLINDS- AID IODLDIES
15th and Cuming Sts. OMAHA , NEB
P : E& 3C 3SET C3S3L1 S 8
Is Once More Called to the Fact thax
Sank foremost in the West in Assortment and
FOBMBN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
Hats and Caps
Wo nre'propared to mout the demands of the trade in regard to Latest Styloi
and Patterns. Fine Merchant Tailoring in Connectionj 2
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th
HAVB THE BEST STOCK IN NEBRASKA-MAKE THE LOWEST PRIDES
This is the Only House that Does Not Sell High
PERKINS & LEAR ,
Bedding , Mirrors , Feathers , Feather Beds ,
and all Goods'Pertaming ' to the Fur
niture Trade , and Upholstery.
1461 Douglas Street , Omaha ,
mon-\ > -fil-Mly3rilp
invites the attention of the public
LARGE AND WELL SELECTED
Embracing all the late pat
terns in everything in
the Carpet Line.
Mattings , Oil ( Ms and window Shades.
In large quantities , and always
at the Bottom Prices.
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. B. DETWILIE !
: 1313 Farnam Street.
OMAHA , . . . . NEBRASKA
Business flirectorv *
Abitmct nd He l ttUte ,
JOHN t. McCAOUK , opposite Post Office.
W. 11. BAnTLKIT 817 South 18ih Btr a .
Architect * .
WRBNE & MENDELSSOHN. ARCHITECTS
Room li. Crt'Ighton Block.
A. T. LAHOE Jr. . Room I. Citlfhfon Wet * .
Boot * und Shoe * .
JAMK3 DuVIKR ft CO. ,
fine Boot * Mil Shoe * . A Rood M
lome oik on hand , corner Ixth nd IHraey.
tHOfl. EFJCKSON , S. K. cor. 16th aad DonU
10110th itrnet , m nuf ctur < i to order good wet )
It Ulr price * . Rfmlrlnrilonii.
Ded Oprlnt * .
LARRIUER Utnafuturer. IB1T DourlMrt
Dooki , Newt and GUtlonery.
1.I. rnUKHAUF HIS F&rnhun Btrwt.
Butter and Eg i. 9
UoonANK A BCI1ROKDER , the oldest a nd K
toui In KebrutV * enUbllntinl 1STS Omthi.
MltS. A. RTAN ,
lonthwpjt corner ICthand DoJec.
I ) t Board (01 tut itcnoy ,
kt ill Hour * .
Board by the Day , Week or Month.
Good Tcrmj lor CuK
rurnl h l Hn < wii Supplied.
l floca Wagon * .
8N7DUR , 14thandHkmerSlroeU.
' . HABRI3 rs-lll pay hlRhcitQwh price ( or
i.ucl clothli'f. ConionlCth nnd Varnham.
JOHN BAUMER 1S11 Famham Street.
H. BEKTUOLD , Rag * and MUM.
Lumber Lime and Cement.
rOSTEU & OHY corner tith and Doutln ale ,
L&mpt and Qlaciwnre.
/ . BONNKR 1809 DonclM St. Oood Variety.
Merchant Tailor * .
O. A. LINDP.UK8T ,
Jot ol our most pcpular Merchant Tailor * la ie-
'eltlng the Utect iloklpui for Spring and Summer
3eodn ( or Rcnllcracng wear. Styllih , durable ,
ind price * low an over 11 ISth bet. Douor.bFarn.
Una. 0. A. RINGER , Wholesale and RcUU , ran-
IT Ooodl In great variety , Zcphyre , Can ! Boanln ,
Hosiery , Gloves , Conwte , Ac. Cheapest Iloura In
ilio West. PnrchAsera nave CO per cent. Order
> r Mail. 116 Fifteenth Street.
ICON WKARNE & SONS cor. Mth&J cknonet
Hour and Feed.
)1 ! AD A CITY MILLS , 6th anit'Farnham Stfl. ,
Vo ! han * Bros. , proprietors.
llrocnr * .
C. BTKVEN8 , Slat between Cumins and Izat
t. A. MCSHANE , Corn , ! Sd and Cumin ? Htrect * .
nardwHio , Iron nna utcoi.
OLAN & LANQWORTUY , Wholesale , 110 act1
A. 110LMK5 cnrno IfUh and Cllfornl .
Homes * , Unadlei , Cic.
P. WBIRT 018h Pt. bet Fum- ll rncv
ANFIELD UOUSK.Ooo. Unllold.Oth & Famham
OORAN HOUSE , P II. Cory , 913 Famham St.
SLAVEN'S I10TEL. F. Slaven , 10th Ct.
Southern Hotel OUK. Hatnel
rug * . I'alnti * na Oil * .
KUIIN & CO.
ftitimactita , fine vnno Uoods , Oor. l&tn and
' . 3. WIHTEIIOUJKniolcsalo & ReUU , lath ot.
0. FIELD , 022 Worth Sldo Cumin ) ; Street.
PAKR , Dnigritt. 10th anil Howard Rtruta.
OB. RAUL WlllUnm I'lon * Oor. Iftth & Dwlee.
ur > uuouii notluni , etc.
JOHN D. F. LEllMANN & CO. ,
lew Tork Dry Goods Etc to. 1310 and IBIS Fam-
' . . ( ] . Enavrnld alw > hoot * and nhnrt & Podflc
t ? . GROSS , New aod Beoond Hand rnrnlture
od Stove ] , 11H Dcoilia. Ulghert caih price
< Id ( or eecond tiD3 rood * .
DON.NKR 1B09 Donna it. Hoe eood * Ac.
OL'ACA FKNCE 00.
; D8T , FRlKSarCO 1418 Barney Ht , Irnprovo
> d Ice BOXM , Ircr atd Wood Foncel , Offlca
Pawnbroker * .
ROHKNFELD 10th fit. , bel Fir. * Hal
in , u niiDiaPatent. .
titPt. . > ct. Tarn. A
V/ECT 6 FRITSCnEB , laanutactmers o ( Cljar ,
nd Wholesale Detlcral n Tohiccon , 1U05 DouglaD.
V. r. LOHKKilKK mnnuiacturer 1410 Farnham
A. Donigbuo , plante , cut Coven , teoli , ooqnets
etc. N. W. cor. ICth auJ Douclud treot&
Olvll Englneera and Surveyor * .
AJJDREW ROSEWATER , Ciclghtou Block ,
Town Surveys , Grade and Sewengu Uyutcmj u
Uommlulon Merchant * .
JOHN O. V/IL LI3.14H Dodge Street.
0 B. UKKilER. For detail * BOO largo adverilM *
mout In Dally and Woeklr ,
Cornice Work * .
ITcetern Cornice Works , Hanutacturera Iron
iornlce , Tin , Iron and Klato Roofilnx. Ordort
rom any locality promptly executed In the Ixwt
n&nner. Factory and Office 1213 llarney St.
C. SPECItT , Proprietor.
Oalvanlied Iron Cornlcca , Window Caps , etc. ,
manufactured and put up In any part of the
country. T. 3INKOLD 416 Thirteenth etreot
Crocks ry >
. BONNER 1809 DouKlaa itreet. Ooodllne.
Clothing and Furnlihlng Qoo' .
EO. n. FETKRSOK Aim Ilab ) , Cap * . Bootd ,
hoca Notion * and Cutlery , SOI B. 10th etreet.
Show Case Manufactory , !
0. J. WILDK ,
: anutacturernd Dealer In all tlnd * cf Qhovr
aset , Upright Canea. A 1317 Out ) St.
FRANK L. aBRIIARD , proprietor Omaha
how Caeo manufactory , HIS Bouth ICthetieot ,
> otwoen Loavcnuortb and Marty. All good *
Utcivec ana inware.
A. BUIUlE3TF.il ,
loaler In 6torca and Tinware , and Minufictorcr
( Tin Hooa and all kind * cl Building Work ,
Odd Fellows'/Slock ,
.BONNKIt. 1 nn OniiglM8 > oorl and fft ( > ap.
EVANS , Vholetale and Retail teed Drili * and
Oaltlvatora Odd Fallow * I ( all
Phyaician * und Burffeon * .
V , B. aiBBS , U. D , , Room No i , Orclzbton
lock. Uth Btroot.
P. S. LE1SK.NR1NO , H. U , Masonic Block.
. L. HAIST , M. D. , Eye and Ear , opp. pottoQlco
UU. L. K. ORADD.Y.
eull tand Aurlnt. H. W Utb and Farnhara Et
Hnotograpner * .
OEO. IIEYN , PBOP.
Ortnd Central Gullory ,
812 Sliteenth Street.
ear Masonic Hall. Flr8t < lwu Woik and Prompt.
Plumbing , Qa * and Otcam FHtlnc.
. W. TARPY & CO. , 210 U Ht , bet Farnham
odUougla * . Work ptomp ytUcndtJ to.
D. rtTZPATRlOK.m inuilat Street.
alntlng nn apcr
1KNRY A. KOSTKRH. lit podge Street
ehoouiuio * .
: illllp Lan 1820 Famham it. bet 18th & Ilth.
( Second Hand Qtor * .
LEAR , 1116 DoueU * St. Hew and
econd Hand Furniture , Houw Furclshluj ; Good * ,
c. . bought and told on narrow marrln *
baleen * .
HENRY VAUFUANN ,
n tne new brick block on Douplai Street , DM
Jail 0xned a moat elegant Beei liall ,
Hot Lunch from 10 to 11
Caledonia " J FALCONER 679 ICth Street.
Undertaker * ! .
HAS. BIKWB , 1011 Farnham bet 10th k lltd ,
00 Dent Store * .
. a BiOKUS rarohua II. , roey Oood *
Business Enterprise in Severn
Central Nebraska Towns.
Hotel Attractions to the Met
Obliged to Travel About.
Kctucntlonnl nnd Court Matters In r
Number or County Scats.
Corripondeno , o (
BKWARP , Nob. , Mny .1 , Centra !
Nebraska seems to bo thoroughlf
nwnko to the importance of the grcal
isauo before the people of this country
to-day , cspocinlly Nebraska , the viUl
question of corporation rule ; and it
is surprisinu just now that "every-
body" is claiming to bo nnli-inonop.
ely , just as hundreds of mon twenty
years ngo clainmdto bo "Union mon , "
while tlioy were buckling on the rebel
harness to tight the stars and stripes
They wcro good Union mon if you
lot thorn hive their way ; good
anti-monopolists , but \vo don't liljo
"your way of saying it , " or "your
wny of doing , " oto. It is , however ,
ttuo that the people of Control Ne
braska , ns n mass , nro becoming very
much in earnest on this subject.
The David Oily bonk , under the
inannjrcmont of W. B. Thorp nnd
Judge Perkins , has como into being
during the last few weeks , making
the third bank in that city , fully
equipped. It ia under the personal
nuumi'cmont of Mr. Thorp , who has
boon in the banking business in Da
vid City for many yonrs , probably
dinco the establishment of the old
Butler county bunk.
Johnny OrAQ" , of Ulysses , has cap
tured the only hotel in Rising City ,
since the burning of the other house
on the corner , and both David City
and Rising City nro showing up many
Shelby seems to havo'noarly doubled
its number of houses during the last
six monthd , nnd is constantly adding
Prof. Makeover , for a long time fill
ing nn honorable nnd responsible posi
tion as nno of the faculty in the Woa-
loynn University , has just accepted
the position of principal of the schools
of Oaccoln , after nn extended lectur
ing tour in the east.
Mr. Linpworthy has taken possess
ion of the Commercial House nnd pro
poses to demonstrate that he can
' 'keep n hotel. "
The Commercial House at Stroms
burg has passed in the hands of Mr.
P. Carlton , formerly from near Grand
Island , and the traveling public will
bo glad to learn that they find pleasant
accommodations again in this growing ,
busy young city.
Aurora , like many other western
towns , has been having n chronic did !
culty about schoolc , that has cost
money and valuable .timo , as well as
much bitter reeling" and wo rcjoico
that harmony Booms to bo returning ,
aad school is at work in the now brick
AV. H. Tairchilds it Co. will soon
bo in their now largo bricic stoic on
the opposite corner of the square ,
where they arc building with N. 0.
Rogers , gocd store buildings of mam
moth proportions , and a largo opera
hall over both stores , and J. H. Boll
is about to move'tho bank1 into bis
The Aurora House under the maii-
ngomont oFM. B. Jones , is growing in
popularity and generally brings up a
full land from the trains , while the
Central House at York is probably tbu
best of our smaller hotels in the cen
tral part of the state. Everybody in
York talks about the "Seminary" and
show an himcut pride in their "col-
lego , " while the public school , the
most important , to the individual and
the town collectively , may bo over
looked. Prof. It. M. Bridges ia a
"master" of bib profession , and ho car
ries a big load on his shoulders , I read
ily discovered , by a few minutes poop
into his assembly hall , when ho had
massed his forces. Wo watched the
orderly and quiet behavior , and the
thoughtful , pleasant faces of the hun
dreds of children assembled thereand
their prompt response to every call ,
and wo felt like asking the school
board there and in every other villngo
in our land , ' 'How often do you visit
the schools I" Or is a hog trade of more
importance to you than the schools ?
Did you over think that it is your
duty to visit the school , kindly and
cheerfully , und assist by your presence
and your interest ; and do you know
it is also your duty to watch the
school as well us study your duty
there ? Did you know that it is an
obligation you took upon yourself
when you assumed the duty of school
Dllicor to deal honestly with these
children nnd.tlio district money , nnd
that you can not do that unless you
mnko youraoH'really familiar with the
jchool and school methods , nnd the
wants of thit school in particular ?
And did you know that to neglect this
was a violation of these great and
important interest intruatod to you ,
ind as criminal as to rob children or
improperly use your neighbor's
iioney or credit in any. other way , ere
, o break your bargain when it is to
iiivo you a dollar and great lees to
The principal attraction at Seward
this week is the district court , hold in
i public hall , because the court house
is deemed unsafe. The prominent
nurdor trial , to have been heard this
term , was put over until next term ,
ind all other jury business , because ,
if ter the urand jury had found indict-
nents against several parties and the
nurdor case caino up for trial , it was
hscoyored that the county commis-
lionors had made some grave mistakes
in drawing the jurymen , and all were
illegally selected ; pnd Judge Post
. cry promptly oont them homo with
the thanks of to court , and n regret
: liat their ha'rd work was of no use ;
ind that it was no fault of theirs that
they were no lunger of any service to
the court. The nine divorce cases in
the present term must also lay over
Jiitil next term. Thera is probably
10 business enterprise in Seward that
the people of the place have had oc
casion to bo proud of in the last year
ir two , as they have in the faot that
Seward has at last a magnificent hotel ;
ind the traveling men are 04 much
pleased as anybody , and ftll rejoice
; hat it is being well patronized.
A very largo wsombly o
friend * nnd iuvitcdguoUi ( | from towr
and from neighboring cities , won
present at the grand opening a few
week since , nnd it will bo useless tc
describe the hoitso and its appoint'
monts , for "Alack" has a great ninnj
friends , nnd they always call on him
if thov nro in town , The thnusande
of dollars spent for furniture , the
great outlay for water , gas and every
convenience that could suggest itself ,
the blooming flowers nnd largo green
house plants , the elegant table , nnd
the perfect system nnd watchfulness
to anticipate every want , and the gen
eral fnvor with which it is received by
the public , indicate that this is to be
ono of the most popular hotels , nnd
Mr. G. McOarty , the proprietor , nnd
his much-esteemed lady , are to bo
congratulated on the success of this
enterprise. \ largo number of the
high schools nnd seminaries in No-
brnska nndIowa nro rending Tm :
URH ns n part of the general exercise
in the schools , every dny.
Free of Cost.
Alt ijomonn wUhlnjr to text the merits ol
n Ktc\l remedy one that will positively
euro Consumption , Cough * , Cold * , Astir
inn. Hronchitif , or nny nfTcctlon of tliront
and limps ixro rcinicfitrul t3 call at
0 , F. ( tootlmrm'H Drue Store ntul get n
trial bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery-
for CoiiMimpUon , TIIKK or COST , which will
flliow you wlmt n reuulnr ilollnr-str.o holtlo
Shall Wo Pay It ?
Wo hope the honorable gentlemen
who compose our legislative body will
authorize the citizens of Omnha to
pay the expenses incurred during the
late "unpleasantness" in that city.
Wo see the governor has included
that item in Ins call , nnd asks the
legislature to sanction his nnduo
haste , and the actions of nu imbecile
city government by passing bills to
pay the expenses thereof from the
state treasury. This is one of the
cheekiest tricks wo have struck for
some time and if the fax payers ;
this stnto , outside of Omaha , don't
make their just indignation felt in the
coming conventions and at the polls ,
wo are greatly mistaken in human
nature. Where , wo ask , is the just
ness or fairness , in asking the state to
pay the expense of "quelling a riot"
in any town of this state without the
officers of that town or county having
used all moans in their power to over
come itl ' .For expenses incurred in
prosecuting o lien dura against a city
ordinance the city is liable , nnd in
stnto cases , the county whore the
ofl'enso took place , and in no event
can the state bo made liable -
blo without n reasonable or
probable cause to fear that the
lessor authorities could not quail the
disturbance. In the case at bar , wo
nsk Governor Nance how ho deter
mined the necessity for sending
troops to Omaha , was it from the fact
that the local authorities had exhaust
ed every moans in their power to
quell the disturbance ? Or , is it not a
matter of fact , that the occasion was
taken advantage of by you to manu
facture political capital for the coming
campaign ? As the history of the
"riot" shows that thoformer was not
the case , wo nro forced to. the conclu
sion-that some motive akin to the lat
ter view of'tho case must have entered
into the actions taken by you.
Incrodll > l < v
V , A. Scratch , cirugKt&t , Kuthven , Oat
writes : "I have the greatest confidence in
your BumIOCK BLOOD BITTF.HH. In ODD
CMO with which I am perfonnllyacqualnt-
ed their EUCCCSH was almost incredible.
One lady told mo tbnt hnlf a bottle did
her more good than hundreds of dollara'
worth of inedlclno aha had previously
tnkon " Prlea Sl.OO. tn5.dlw.
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION
OmcBoxCiTYCmtiK , )
OMAHA , May 4th 1832.1
Sraliil proponalg will 1m received at tlif olllco
ol tlio undersigned until Tuieilny , liny Ifitli nt
73u ; o'clock p m. ( or the construction of HtiHcru
III North Omaha tts follown : 1COUcot moro or
lean ol 8 } ( oat lirlclooncr SrliigH thick , "CO ( net
morn or lc i ot Select lirlclc R3 cr 2 rlni ithick ,
and 710 tcet morn or less ol ! > \ feet lirlck eov.cr 2
ilnif-f thick , locaUd on Izartl street between IDth
mid 17th itrect , ami on 17th utroot hctwecn
Izinl BiiUNI.IjoUBbtrtcte , and on Mcliolmbe
tween 17th ami 21at HtrecW , tocetlicr with all
noccsrary mitn helm , lamp holes , citch biMris ,
pipe connections , piling concrete and other work
ON per pinna tint ! rpoclHcatlanH In the City En-
Klueor'.i olllco. 1'aj nii.nts to bo made monthly
In nh warranti. IB per cent , to no rcscivod
nnlll final completion mid avccptanco of vorlc ,
ind fi f < cr ceitt. forapeilud of six momln after
puch acceptance. All Mill to lu prepared on
blanks furnished by the City nnglnccr , aciom-
[ milled with the denatures nf proposed BtirotlcH ,
Ifimrantcclnc thit they v IMwith ttc principal
inter Into lionJs with thecltv bf Omiha within
] no nck if.ur jcttln * of contract In liu sum of
J300 > ifor the faithful performuico and corn.
piotloiK t all work provided for la sprclQcationi
m eald icwcm , on or bolero Not ember lstl&82.
IVork on ( arto to begin onorbcforo Juno ICth
1892. All hlda to bo further scvomnanlcd with a
crtlflo'l chick In thn sum nf flvo hundred dol-
in ( H'OOpt/ablo ) ro the cl'y of Omaht and to
io retiiuicd 10 the bidden In Uia nreut of non *
icieptinca of bid and to the lucceonlul bidder
jpon ( lie ( ulllllmcnt of the conditions aboi *
! i < eclflc4 , other wine to lie forfeited and placed to
licinji'ltof thi'Dtwrr liind.scrlea'l . Ttiodty
icriliy rcFentstho right to rrjci tali ) or all blda
irloi.iiit.il a purt of Ilio above work In tliu
iiakljiL-of the contract :
j j , L a Jr.wnr.
ir4ti)10 City Cleik.
DAVSS & SNYDER ,
B05 Fnrnhim Ot. , . . . Omflx , Nobr
! ni.ii ij < M.l c iU Unil lu I'A
tie u il Ifar r.iLia [ a Imu/uvix ) ( rnui ,
I , l > KAVJB WRHfiTKl1 f
; w } .Qd
W. J. CON NELL ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW ,
Ornoi irrnot Roomianitalriln ( ) Uanicora
vrbi.ck liulldtng , N. W. corner Flt | ntb > u
DR. Jb > ' . BOHWKEB ,
Physician and Surgeon
CIIUONIO DIBKA8KS , KIIKUMATISU , Etc. ,
llcillclncs ( urnlabcd rtt office ,
) Slco No , 1112 Ffttnriam St. , between 14th
Uth , Omaha , N b.
OEAIB'S ' OITY QREEN HOUSE
i now open to tha public with lull supply o
Cut Flowers and Plants
"orB Jo. Wo will bcvgld to tutve the public
3ouquota or Any Floral Doelffu Made
ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
City Orwn Uouw , 8. W. Oor 17th and Web-
it r , one block Irom 16th itiovt ctr * . Nunterj.
:3a : ttieet , oppoelt * Foit. JM. Y. OnAg , Klorut
, Dj Laodc ii Oudoer , fiot-tm.
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
Men's , Boys' and Children's
Ready for Inspection
The Lowest Prices Guaranteed , I
1316 Parnam Street , Near 14th , L * * "
The Oldest Wholesale and THE LEADING
Retail JEWELRY HOUSE MUSIC HOUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can here IN T11K WEST I
General Agents lor the
find all novelties in SILVER
Finest and Best Pianos and
VER WARE. CLOCKS , Organs manufactured.
Rich and Stylish Jewelry , Our prices are as Low as
tfie Latest Most Artistic any
and Choicest Selections in Pianos and Organs sold
RECIOCT3 STONES and : OT cash or installments at
ail descriptions of FINE A SPLENDID stoclc oi
WATCHES at as Low Pri Steinway Pianos , Knabe
ces as is compatible with Pianos , Vose & Son's Pi
honorable dealers. Call anos , and other makes.
Also Clough & Warren ,
and see our Elegant New
Sterling Imperial Smith
, Building , American Organs , &c. Do
corner Ilth and Farnham not fail to see us before pur
MAX MEYER & BRO. .
Large Stock Aways on Hand.
-MAKERS OF THE-
Finest Silver Plated Spoons and Fork
The only und ( I Uioual plato that
original firm of
ia giving for In-1
B o g o r o Bros.
a tan co * single
All ou Spoons ,
F o rk a nnd plated Spoon a *
Knives plated triple thickness
with the greatest
plate nly en
of care. Each
tho' nuotio a
lot bning hang
on n scale while trhero expo d
boinir plated , to to wear , thereby
inuuro A fall do- making a ulnglo
ponit of silver on
wear as long as
Wn would call
n triple plated
tion to oar nee-
All Order ) In the West should be Addrotued to
Wholesale- Jewel er ,
OMAHA - NEB
B U RY'S BESTI
Buy the PATENT PROCESS
MWIfl3 tall JL A
always gives catisfaction , because it
superior article of Bread , and is the Cheap *
est Flour in the market. Every sack
warranted to run alike or
M. YATES. Cash Grocer
COUNSELOR - AT - LAW B. D. MCLAUGHLIN ,
J. H. MoOULLOOH , ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
Room if OtolghtoD Block , Kllttenih Street
And Notary Public ,
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