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OMAHA DAILY BEE TUESDAY JULY 21 , 1884.
AND JOBBERS OF DOMESTIO
3IGAES , TOBACCOS , PIPES ! SMOEEES1 ARTICLES
PROPRIETORS OF THE FOLLOWING
CELEBRATED BRANDS :
Beina Victorias , Especiales , Roses in 7 Sizes from $6C
to $120 per 1000.
AND flHE FOLLOWING LEADING FIVE CENT CIGARS :
Grapes , Thistle , Lawrence Barrett , Caramels. New Stan
dard , Good Advice , New Brick.
SEND FOR , PRICE LIST AND SAMPLE ? ,
1206 Farnam Street , Omaha , Neb.
NEW WOOLENS !
FOR PANTS AT FROM $8.00 AND UPWARDS. ALSO
Stylish Suitings in florkscrews , Worsteds and Cheviots
LATEST STYLES I LOWEST PRICES !
J& $ ? An. inspection of our Goods and Prices , tells the story. jgg |
IMPORTER , JOBBER AND MANUFAOTURERS' AGENT OF
I J > J.U.UU II UJ3. UB JUUMIJJMJ
13TH ST. , BETWEEN FARNAM AND HAilNEY'
1409 and 1411 Dodee St. , I } [ Omaha Neb
Lfons' Working Suitn from $2 , § 3 to ? 8. Mons' Business from $8 , § 12.50 to $10.
Men'a Cmtom-Mado Suits from § 15 , $17.50 to § 25. Mon'a Suits made to order
§ 25 , ? ; tO to $1 5. Youtha1 Suits from $2,50 , S3 to SO. 5,000 Boys' and
Children's Suits , from $1.50 , $3 to $10. 0,000 Mon'a , Youths' nnd
Boys' Psnts , from 50c , $1 25 to $7.50. 200 Dozen line imported
and Fancy Shirts , from $1 to $3. 100 dozen heavy and me
dium Working Shirts , 50e. 75 dozen fine Summer fauoy
Woolen Shirts from $1 to $3. Summer Clothing , an
oxtrt variety , from 25c to $10. White and
Col'd Vesta from 50c' to $3. An endless -
loss variety and Novelties in
ilk end Linen Handkerchiefs
Nothing Superior and as Largo a Variety in the Market ,
THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
ItfRft MAMMOTH CLOTHING
* " *
1001 Farnam St. Hnr. 10th
OMAHA , NEB.
North-Western Electric Light Go.
SOLE AGENTS FOH NEBRASKA AND OPWIATOB8 OF CELRBnATBD WB8TON AKD U. 8.
Adopted by the U. S. Government and moat of the Itadln ? steamship cowpanie-
and Hotels. Regarded an tha
PUREST , WHITEST AND BEST
ELnOTRIO LIGHT PRODUCED.
For Rnlfii Tnqniro nb , offic , N W. Oor. Fiflecatli nnd FKTIB Btwwfa
\ [ ENDORSED BY FIUWZ
, IhMk Hi , MR.
and b iaty ol
TrT" SOLE AOENT ,
- . JldL ,1510 Drijj Street , Oo h , Neb
OOUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,
Hcculur AVcotly llcotlna of t ho Hoard
SATUUDAY , July 10,1884.
Board mot pursuant to adjournment.
Present , Commissioners Knight ,
O'KoofTo ' and Corliss.
The following rojolntlon was adopted :
JiMolval , That the county treasurer
bo and hereby Is directed to draw from
the general fund $3.72 and apply the
same to the payment of the delinquent
personal tax of II. II. Bliss for the yoat
1870 for aorrlcoa as gr ud juror.
The following accounts wore allowed :
Omaha Iron Worki . .J183 88
Wm. Dowllng , work on road and
bridges $11 20
Jacob Wsgnor , work on road and
brldgos , . SO 00
lOdward Tbalor , grading on Billiard
road 40 00
John McGulre , work on road SO 00
ThoB.Curan , rownrd for C. A. Simp-
ton , horto stealing , , f50 00
Mi I. Anderson , petit jiiror , Juno
term , 1884i 2 00
K Wyman , " " " 2 00
J. O. Durbln , talcs " " " 000
O. 11. Mansfield , " " , " " 400
Wm , Amloreon , witness fees 8 00
John Potty , " " \ 4 00
K.r. Kuwoll , " " 200
J. J. O'Connor , " " 2 00
D. W. Lane , wltnoas fee 2 00
Geo. Diibach 2 00
Mary Dubach 2 00
C. S. HiRglns 14 00
Goo , Dinbdalo 4 00
Patrick Median GOO
John Meolmu 800
Seth T. Cole " 2 00
' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' '
T. A. Pioronot , ballitl fool' . . . . . . . . . 21 00
\V. J. Mount , tales juror 8 00
M. O. Maul , coroner foes 12 15
14. II. Crowoll , bailiff foes 24 00
M. J. Powers , tales juror 4 00
Matt Hoovor.oitrn sorvlco as asacsBor 3 00
Thoo. Grebe , bailiff feoa 4G 00
James K. Smith , witness fee 2 00
" " . B. 13rown , new grand juror , Juno
term , 1881 f 00
Peter Uooa , tales jnror 2000
J. K. Blake , tales juror G 00
Julo Rotholz , witness fees 8 00
' . C. Morrison , witness foes. . 1400
ohn W. Croft , witness fees 18 00
' . E. Kiloy , novr ( fraud juror , June
term , 1834 G 00
! . 13. Yost , now grand juror , June
term , 1884 6 00
C. S. Goodrich , now grand juror , Juno
torm. 1831 6 00
Chas , H. Dewey , now grand juror ,
Juno terra , 1884 6 00
K. J. Saxo , now grand juror , Juno
term , 1884 G 00
Martin Dunham , now grand jiror ,
Juno term , 1881 C 00
Sam J. Burgstrom , now grand juror ,
Juiw term , 1881 G 00
It. IX Hills now grand juror Juno
term 1884 G.OO
J. P. Ewlntr , now grand juror , Juuo
term 1881. ' G.OO
J. It. llydo , nowjgrand juror , Juno
term , 1834 6.00
Jaa Franco now grand juror Juno
term 1881 C.OO
W. P. Welch now grand juror Juno
term 1884 C.OO
Lewis S. Keod grand JiKor Juno term 34.00
M. A. McNamara petit juror Juno
term 1881 2,00
Joseph Leis petit juror Juno term 1884 2,00
Patrick McArdlo petit juror Juno
term 1884 1GOO
M. II. Blisa now prund juror Juno
term 1884 2.28
F. D. Mead book caao for clerk's
Frank Paramleo petit juror Juno
J W. Ulllranco petit juror Juno term
D. J. O'Donahoo petit juror Juno
term 1884 2.00
G. W. Lyndon petit juror Juno term
Wm. Fitch petit jjnror Juno term
Stephen Koblnaon grading 189.00
W. P. Welch petit juror 16.00
H. L. Howard petit Juror 2.00
A. II. Donockon petit juror 2,00
G , F. Bruckor witness fees 4.00
Chas. Branch 14.00
JOB. Fordlco 2.00
W. Soderstrum 8.00
Godloy Bruckcr 14.00
S. C. Baldwin 14.00
Rob. Dinsdalo G.OO
James Fox 2.00
Joa. Itohins witness foes. 4 00
ThomasKyan " " 800
Dr. G. M. Crowe ) ! witness fens 4 00
M. J.Pownrs witness fees 2 00
John F. Page tales juror 4 00
II. B. Irey " " 200
Nebr. Telephone Co. , telephone for
Poor farm and clerk's olfico 22 30
Gust. Anderson faofliw justice of tbo
peace in state caeos 1C 25
Dr. It. J. Mattico post mortem exam
ination Mr * . John Williams 10 CO
John Schroeder whip for county 110
U. P. lly , Co. tickets for i > oor 2U 05
W. Gentleman groceries 8 25
T. 0. Brunner " 1210
W. J. Broatch hardware for county. . G 04
K K. Mooros agt. ticket for poor. . . 1 f > 0
Chlcapo Lumber Co. , lumber for Co. , C 76
J. O. McGucldu groceries for Co , . . . 10 00
K W. Gray lumber for Co 48 47
U. D. Woodworth Hcrapera for Co. , . . . 5 00
Adjourned to the 23d hist. ,
H. T , Lenvitt
county clvrk. .
fo the Kditor of TUB BEE.
In Saturda's Herald there ap
peared an editorial holding up to scorn
.ho prirato character of Mr. Martin 0.
"IriO'm , of Council Bluffs , bocauno ho has
Icclared his Intention to vote for Blalno
md Logan. Now Mr. Grlliin la n private
iitizon , Booking neither honor nor trust
it the handn of the people. Some ton
, 'cars ago ho had the misfortune , as
nanyothorgood men have had , to fall Into
inwiclaldlllicultios which were then settled
aid which had boon forgotten until roa-
irrectod by that apostle of
Dnaaha Herald. SInce that time Mr.
jrlflin" has moved through life , in our
lister olty , and honored and trailed oltl-
ren. Bat were those things otherwise ,
rrould-that bo a justification for an as-
lault upon that naoridnun which , to all
lonoranln me * , IB a shield to private
ihkrMtor ? 1 think not. On tia contra-
y flo I think ttet ho who would
3rttk down the barriers ttet snr-
oad tk kaTlowed p ihieiii of
fflrkta lift vken tk re ie no puVIIc
; ad to foNtorr * * tamkyr "fa fit for
iMAvpoib , " tml Imerrn tl
ol M tr. WVat kM Mr.
i MM4 tr f rfMata VM t gi
! It * M tt Ua pd-
I ! to IM iMMMftV M
VI M wWf Aite * w " AU _
t * * nw rf Ui ji
li ti * KMM m OM of U i i
tulr b 4 tetevtfrti to rote fr
tko high v0fota In
inkn ttiroplo of denocnioy.
But I acn euro that the arilclo in nuns-
ion did nut oomo frvin tie p < ? u of D/
Miller. It IB entirely inconsistent with
the high estimation which 1 h vo of that
In conclusion It may not bo amiss to
remind the democratic loaders that thoit
tnortgago on the Irish-Amorlcvi veto has
expired , and that Mr. Grlflln instead of
representing the "tho one thousandth
party M the Herald noorlnRly romarki.
11 o rolces the BontimonU of a good
majority of tholcalm thinking Irishmen of
this country. This will bo drovon , over
whelmingly , in next November.
P. S. Why does not the editor of the
Herald practice what ho editorially
prcaohosl The following editorial ap
peared In Sunday morning a llcralJ-
"An editor who dooa not know the
broad difference between assaults upon A
man's nrivato character and assaults upon
his public acU and record la in n bad
way. " Consistency , thou art n jewel
that does not shlno m the Herald's crown.
A QUEER PEOOEEDING ,
Tlio State Fair Hoard Lot the liooth
Privilege * to the liovrcst nidilor ,
On the first of Juno the state board of
agriculture advertised for bids for the
booth privileges during the state fair in
September. The bids were to bo re-
colrod by the 14th of the month , and the
contract was to bo lot at the meeting of
the board on the 1st of July.
Mr. Arthur Briggs , of Una city , wa
among the bidders , and his bid was fo
$1,025 , accompanied by n certified choc
of ? 400. Tlds was the highest
handed in , and as Mr. Briggs had ha
the contract two years ago , ho is porfoc
ly competent to conduct the business.
On the 18th day of Juno , and tw
weeks before the mooting of the boarc
Mr. Briggs received the following lotto
from Mr. J. B. Dlusmoro , president c
the board :
SDTTOH , NED. . Juno 18 , 1834.
Arthur H , Brwgi , Omaha , Jftb. ;
DIIAB Sin I horoln return to you your co
tlGod chock for 8400 , as your bid for boot
prirllego for tlio state fair. 1884 , has be on re
joctod. rioMQ nckuoirlougo IU receipt
Kospoctfulljr , etc. ,
J. B. DiKsiions ,
Pn . Nob. S. U. Ag.
Thinking it strange forono man to ink
the responsibility upon himself withou
consulting the other members , Mr
Briggs wrote to Mr. S. M. Barker , chair
man of the board of managers , statin
the circumstances and asking for an ox
planation. The following letter was ro
coircd in answer to his inquiries :
SILVEK CREEK , Nob. Juno 21.
My Dear Sir : Your letter received. I b
liovo it haa boon cuntomnry for the prosldon
bo lot the booth privileges with the consent o
the board. I supposed ho would confer wit
the board of managers before letting the con
tract. I did not know it was lot until I ro
: oivod your lottor. AVe have a mooting of tli
board July 1st. Come iu and wo will talk 1
jver. Very Truly Yours , S. JL lUltKEn.
As requested Mr. Briggs attended th
mooting on the 1st , and remained until ;
late hour , when ho was informed by
President Dinsmoro that they would no
; ot to the booth business that night
Mr. Briggs took his departure , afto
which the booth business1 was taken ui
md the contract was lot to Mr. E. P
Davis , of this city , for $1,000 , , being ? 2i
, ess than Mr. Brleg0'ld.1" ' " \ *
Upon hearing this 'Mr. Briggs protest
jd. The board then wont to him ant
; riod to smooth the matter over , but al
; he reason that could bo offorod.ivas the
Mr. Davis had had the co'ntract'laa
pear , nnd understood the business. Thl
: anuot bo looked upon as any sufflclen
oason for the proceeding , as Mr. Br'igg
las also had the contract , and probably
'ully understands how'io nianlpuTalo
WED NESDAY'S ' PAEADE ,
Cho Line of Blnroh and tlio Order
Procession for Wednesday's
The following order of the procesaion
, nd line of March haa boon prepared fo
ho procession Wednesday morning :
The procession will form on Douglas , thi
ight resting on Fifteenth. The line o :
narch will bo M follows : South on Fif.
eenth street to Farnam street , east on
i'aniam to Tenth atroot , south on Tenth
o Jackson street , west on Jackson to
hirtoonth street , north on Thirteenth to
Inrnoy street , west on Harnoy to Fif
oonth street , north on Fifteenth to
) edge street , west on Dodge to Sixteen ! !
troot , north on Sixteenth to Clnrk street ,
rid countermarch to Falconer's hall.
The order of the procession will bo as
I First division , under command of D. S.
jitchell ; Omaha police force , U. P. brass
and , Tumors and Omaha Mannorchor ,
initlag firemen , city council , orators and
reas in carriages.
Second division , under command of
haa , Hunt and Goo Xotchum , Musical
'uion braes baud , Durant onglno nnd
oao company , Pioneer hook and ladder
3mpany , No. 1 , Deluge hose company
\o. \ 4 , engine and hoio company No , 1 ,
agino and hose company , No. U , onglno
nd hose company No. 3 , JohnM. Thuru-
n hoeo company No , 5.
Third division Traded assembly.
ChUf John H. Butler will bo marshal
[ the 4 y and A * intant Ohlef J. J.
llif u will bo assUUntmarshal. .
} The proooMlon will move promptly at
o'clock n. m.
.n AcciiMion nnrl I onto to JLttburn
An * . 14.
Auburn , the principle town of Nomaha
mnty , is io hy two excursions with
l ele , o ThunAigr , Aug. 14th. Oi li
i IMTO OMto t 8 o' lo k cm tUt
! ( via MM Mtoowt FtaKle ntU-
nlimm tbottt tJU * MM tina on the B. &
L E. ft. , IMBI Bab f , ltft + vm , and
Jeka R A .f tMi rfty , taw ro-
. In * ,
for the ro Jw4 Wp vfll IM Mid for
M ftMi ot DM MM ! fwro.
i * * > < MM ! p < Gale are for
tie w Oboio ! oburtfa of
TQ. It la rp U Uit n
awnVft'r of Jtlrna wfll join the
tiucmi xtnraUn on tht date spuud
( OTV jnyons hours eaido thu Ncmalia In
10 of Nolmiekk'a newest and rdost pros-
William Kramer , Dakota , U at the Metro-
] x > liUn.
A. rhlllfpi , ot Kansas City , ii at the Metro
ro | > olUri. !
J. A. Jamoi , of Ixindon , Rng. , ! a at the
Motroi > oliUn.
C. A. Ixiwic , of Chicago , li I topping * t the
C. J , Orkblo , Kcruny , U registered at the
M. .Tovrcll , of l-Vcmont , Is itopplng at tt
! . Holland , of Now Poland , is iloppitiR (
BO. ! < Hurko , of North Tlatto , in registered
at the Motroi < olltan.
W. A. Brnlcn , of Iiowcll , MAIS. , it sojourn
ing at the Metropolitan ,
Hon. Church Hov.-a came up from Auburn
la t evening on bualncri.
Prof. 1'ollr Dlankonfold lift * returned from
hit annual northern trip.
Jamrit ICHno , of Sthuylcr , li in the city
quirlorcd at thoMi-tropollUn.
Mrn. 0 , 11. Havona han returned from
three weeks visit with rolatlvos at Sclmylcr.
J. D. King , post oflico Inspector , returned
yoatcrday from an oxtontlod trip through Da
kota and Minnesota.
Mr , W , .T , Jnokmnn , of the Herald , ( i en
tertaining bin brothor-Iu-law , Mr. .Tohn W ,
Harmon , of Chicago.
Mr. Charlea Tumor , late mana or and edi
tor of the Fairmont , ( Nob. , ) Bulletin , called
at thli oilico yoiterday.
( < torgeK , Hymcr , Holdripo , Clmtlna 1'otkey
Wahoo , and Samnol Drnry , Lincoln , rogis-
torcd at the I'm ton yoatordny.
J. 1) . Hayca , Howard , Oliver C. Sabln ,
Beatrice , K. D. Blfilow , Blair , John II. lloo ,
Kearney , J. Dlxou Avery , Vrcmont , M. W ,
Stone , Wahoo , and Henry Gavin , . .TO , ' \Yest ,
and George F. llyan , Grand Inland , were
irncita of the Millard yesterday.
uol RCOB , the printer , 100 south 14th
street , haa the finest cards for firemen.
Every fireman will need them during the
Ho Ilad a Cramp.
Ho cnmo into TUB BEE oflico a amill
old man , gray headed , and a wealth of
ycara nnd great sorrow imprinted on
his furrowoa brow. Doffing his hat and
making a bow that would do honor to
Chesterfield , ha addressed the baa o bal
"My narno is Casey Lawrence L.
Casey. Mr. Rosewater knows mo well
fur I've boon a subscriber for his paper
fur foor long years. I want you to pui
a piece in the paper. I want the whoa
people to know it. "
"Well , that'fl what I'll bo after tolling
yo. Ye see I wns forkin" stuff down there
in an alloy. It had nn awful smell. It
made nio sick down-right sick , ( and
Lawrence caressed the base of his stomach
to indicate the great relief ho folt. ) I waa
on the flat of mo back for a day and n
noight , and I thought for nwhilo I'd dol.
Ah , sur , it was an awful shmoll , and it
must 'vo boon two years old. Now put
that in the paper , with the bloasin of
in old manl"
And Lawrence and hia smell moan-
Some BtroiiK Mimlert women
dan regulate their hunbanda nmnzlogly r'nat ,
should they not do tholr duty. Jlnntack lllooti
liitterl are a good regulator of the circulation.
rboy are exclusively a blood toniu , and conno-
juantly strike at the root of many serious all-
OU11E OF ASTHMA AND SPINAL
,239 , WEST 22n STUKBT ,
NEW YOKK , May 17 , 1883.
Though it may bo irregular for n phy-
iiciau to give n certificate in favor of n
proprietary medicine , stillin the cause of
humanity , I venture to say a word in
favor of ALLCOCKS' Ponoos PLASTUUS ,
which I esteem the moat romarknblo os-
tornnl remedy of this country.
I liavo known those Plasters to euro
Spinal WeakuosB where the patient had
been confined for months to hia bed. A
blacksmith of my acquaintance was so
porely injured in the back by the kick of
i horao ; fourAu.cocK'HPouousPi.ASTEn
lulokly relieved him of excruciating
igouy and cured him in a week. Another
patient suiToring with Nouralyiu of the
Heart , was completely cured in four
Iu Asthma , I know of a case where
hey were worn for three mouths and
'ully restored the health. In another
: uno where patient had Sporndlo Cholera ,
lathing relieved him until ho put on
\itoo \ AU.COOK'H POHOUH PLAHTKUS ; in
, welvo hour * all pnitm in tlio cheat and
itomaoh disappcRred. I hnow that tlicno
Plasters , applied on the pit of the stom-
ich , are a Boveroign remedy for Dyspop-
> la and Constipation ,
Finally , if persons once ueo AI.LOOUIC'H
? onourf PLASTEH'S they will never use
, ny other ; they uro so pleasant , quick
, nd painless nature's balmy assistant.
H. 0. VAN NORMAN , M. D.
"Alloock'a" is the only Genuine Porous
, An Oninli * MHII'B 81100010.
Mr. M. Knight having accepted the
icilUon of general freight agent of the
iVabuh , E. F. llk will roaumo the ] > o-
lUon of commissioner of the Burlington-
iVabMh pool. Mr. Llk ILU boon audi-
or of the Northwestern Traffic nssocla-
Ion , for some yearn paat , and has
isen Mahtlng Mr. Oarman la handling
he B rllngtou and Wab * h pool buiinoes
vcc lDoe the pool w < orgaalz d. Vhun
It. Knight BMtmcd the poaition of com-
nlwlcNMr of tkl * pool ho appointed Mr.
AlW bit cUof cltrk on aoeoant of hia
aowhrigo of tlio hasineei. [ Chicago
Kr. I lk WM oonnoitod with the B. &
( . let MT * * 1 yr * M OMihlnr and pay-
iMitr Us UM traMUwr'a d parUi ntaBd
i well a 4 r ry avxnwbly kuovu In
ttiiJin il r * Uf took to Chl ajo [ to
hftMki * UM tU4 konoM M kin wife ,
flu DaWy J i > U. MJ. Ulk ba thee
o/ all Outta
iUa o'clock und noou
, ur , - * ii Urt nfcht , 28 ,
tTu > i > > n > lnii thin dty , rnvUioM
< < ! 4r. I'IMM U mU h dUtroi ,
U UtoU a * clttluir kltca nj.
o wt i > * uM MU dipMUd to eloaa owing
of tuppHo * , Tlio cholofu at Arloa la
Drovrncd lit I alco laioerno ,
Uannn , July Ml. Four boati wera caprizod
nrliiK a itonii oil LaVn Liiooino , 'J'oa jieoplo
w dnrsnip' ' , ternfyrcujnu e ,
The Largest Stock in Omaha : and Makes the Lowest Prices ?
DRAPERIES ANJD MIRRORS ,
Jnst received an osaortmont far Burpoaslng Anything In thta raarkot , comprlalnf
the latest and most tasty designs manufaoturodSfor this spring's trade and ooTorinv
ft range of prlcoi from the Ohoapoat to the moat Expensive.
Parlor Goods * & Draperies.
Now ready for the inspection ofcus- Gomplotp fltock of nil the lotos
tomorfl , the newest novolticB in styles iu Turcoman , Mndmsnnd
Suits nnd Odd Piecoa. Lncu Curtains , Etc.j Etc.
Elegant Fassongor Elevator to all Floors.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
1200,1208 mid 1210 Fnrunm Street , - - - - OMAHA NEB *
BOLTS So 00 MPANY ,
Dormer Windows , Flnluls , Wlnilow CnjwIron Crcstln ? , Stctnlllo SkyOlRhts , So. Tin. Iron ami Shto Roof !
era , 310 South 12th Street , Ouiahk , Nebruka.
AND TWO WHESL OAETS ,
'HlflnndHSOU ' raiy3trool ndt038. Wlh BJrsst ,
nrtntod CWaloiruD rurciUtuJ fron uoon application.
RICHARDS & CLAUKE , W. A- CLARKE ,
U. P. RAILWAY , 17TH & 18TE STREETS
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
WATER WHEELS. ROLLER MILLS ,
Ml and Orain < Elevator Machinery
MILL FURNISHINGS OP ALL KINDS , INCLUDING THE
Celebrated Anchor Brand Dufonr Bolting Cloth
BTJIAM POMPS STEAM" WATER AND GAS P1PB.H
BRASS GHOB8 AMD PIPE FITTINGS
ARCHITECTURAL AND BRIDGE IRON.
We nro prepared to furnish plans and estimates , and will contract for
h erection of Flouring Millu raid Grain Elevators , or for changing i
' 'louring Mills , from Stona to ( ho Holler Syetem.
l 'Eapocinl ( ittt-nt'on ' fjiven io furnishing Power Plants for anypur-
IOBO , and o.limnt"a niodo tor hfiino Generul nuchinory repairs attended ,
iromptly. A ilroKH ' t
RICHAPD3 & CLAT K ? ? , OT aha , tfeb. , !