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THE PRESS.
orrici, 14 wmt wmiith-stbbot.
TIU'ltSDAY..
..OCTOBER 90
JENNY.
On a sunny summer morning,
Kar v. as tne uew wee aii,
Up the bill I went a berrying;
Farmer Lavle had a daughter,
And it happened that I know.
On each snnuy moruing, Jenny.
Up tbe hill went betrylug too.
Lonely work It picking
So I joined her on the bill!
Jenny, dear, aaid I, "your basket
Quite too large for one to nil.
Bo we taid-we tw-to if ll it,
Jenny talking-! wea till
Loading whore the hill was steep,
Picking berries up the hill.
'This it P hill work," said Jenny:
"HO la life," aaid 1, "shall we
Cllmbitupalouo, or, Jnnr. " ,,
Will you come and climb with me.
Bedder tlian the blnahing berrIM
Jenny' cheeks a moment "t
While, without Wi'M ."
"1 will come and climb with ou.
Noed 1 ten you leu juu"'
"Old Put's" Birthplace.
Allen Putnam, a grandson of old Gon.
Putnam, in a lottar published in the
Bunker Hill Aurora,' gives 'the following
account of the birthplace and early days
of the old Revolutionary veteran : '
His birthplace and early home is about
akteen miles north-east from Boston.
Tho identical house in whioh he was
born and reared is standing now, and is
in good oondition at this time. Y The farm
on whioh it stands is part of the grant of
the Selectmen of Salem, in'.W34, to John
Putnam and his three sons. The eldest
of these three sons, Thomas, made his
cloaringand built his cabin on a spot
which has been transmitted from parent
to child in the Putnam family, from that
time to tho present William It. 1 utnam,
my brother, is its present owner. Thomas,
tho eldest son of the patriarch John, had
oeveral children, and among thorn- was
Joseph. Joseph married Elizabeth I orter,
nnd this couple were the parents of more
than a dozen children, among the younger
waH Israel-he who. strayed from homo
and mot the wolC-His elder brother,
David, Lieutenant in his majesty s troops,
inherited the homestead. Israel, the son
of David, and nephew of the distinguished
Israel, was the next inheritor. Ibrougn
him it passed to; his. son Daniel, my
father, and the old 'house, enlarged, is
mv mother, sisters and
brother, who nlways welcome those,' and
they aro many, who deairo to see the
houso and the chamber in which Old
Put" was born. The chamber, with its
white oak benras, tbioX and deep,' and
luird ns lijinnmvitao,.and with, its antiguc
furniture ,' its small -windows and low
walls, the chamber.-is measurably a sanc
tum now, though it has been the sleeping
place of the Putnam boys, myself among
Iho number, through the greater rmrt of
tho hst hundred years. .
What i known of his parents, Joseph
Putnam and Elizabeth Porter ? I have
often looked over the old Parish rocords,
kept in days when-all titles were scrupu
lously recorded, and when the- order in
which names wore arranged indicated tho
relative rank of those who were men
tioned; and when, as now, tfio" rates of
taxation were indicative of the individual
wMlr.h. And these records show this
much at least, that, the Tutnams and Por
ter wore thon honored with the highest
offices, and were permitted to pay Jthe
highest taxes in "Salem Village.". The
(cncralwas well-born, and his parents
were rich for their Jay and place. But
they lived in the woods,, six miles back
from Salem proper,, and. they had. very
l!iii!rnl nnnrtrtunitiegr to attend - school.
Tim nlrlni hrnr.her. Da.vid. though 0119
the wealthiest andjinost efficient men
the place, never learned to write and
cipher, so at least, his Bon .Israel, mr
grandfather, often told me in my boyhood.
Ami this Israel seoondnd brothers, after
they were mon grown, hirod a master
eoino to the house of winter evenings,
and there in the 'birth chamber of their
uncle, they were taught to; use the pen
and the slate. -
Tho whole family of Joseph and Elun
beth, the boys and girls both, long lived
in tradition as among the most fearless,
enorgetic and officiont of Now England's
hardy boys and girls, men and women.
And well might they be brijve,if bravery
be a transmissiblo propitftylvor in.-
dark days of Salem,- or more properly
, Darners, witchcraft,. Joseph and EKza-
beth Putnam, with a few others, were
denounced from the. pulpit as the devil's
emissaries, because they disbelieved that
the devil was the . author of the strange
works thut ooourred,, The anathema
nade them to bo euspeotoi by civil J au
horities, tho clergy, fellow-church inem
ters, relatives, friends, neighbors. ,
t exposed thorn to arrest, a farcicle tribe,
he jail, the gallows." Then there kindled
id in tho hearts of this voiing oouplo
juinc of a lofty and unconquerable hero-
feiii. faou niomDer oi uie inraiiy went.
Trued, tho horses were, fed by tho door,
th saddles upon their bacKs ana Dnaies
ver tlieir noaas, aay ana nigni, inruugn
lone months of vimlanee against
Tnei
ends, the church and the faith of
' . , ,i iii 1 1
lines. flcBiBtanco to tne aeatn ramer
;han be victims of the popular phrenzy,
was their motto, spoken .out in the.
phatic language of aetion. " . Their firm'
ness. decision and well-known energy
saved them. The wolf quailed before
them. And they lived on to infuse
many children the energy'and dauntless
ness which nerved their 'Own' sOuls.'
twenty-six years" th$' ijurtents of
within them suffered no abatement,
then, in 1718, they brought forth the Gene
ral a new edition1 of themselves-r-moro
widoly known and read, but perhaps
imwh unproved. ..
AtnT" A Child at PLav; It Is always
most curious spectacle 'to watch a
nl'inc at play, and see it contriving
ure and luimio business tor StBoif. . Jt
marvelous whatimsginatirradoeafor
1'ittlft nnet. who works not with words,
but creates strand TiBiou tot itself
of sticks and stones and straws. ' Dive.
you can, into the trrohin' mind, and"
lutv to its source tbat exciraauon. ot
and anrnrise whioh a mere nothing
called forth I It is a most curious
tacle. But when, af Hie same time,
call to mind that'we ourselves havo
Tint such anothdf.' charming simpleton
there arises before in one of the most
of day droams which tho
up man can inuujgv id. x i
fairy land we are peeping into.,
t&fSo one has a rich t to hut a
speaker. If he does not like to heat
specob, he onght to leave the audienoe.
A Lawyer Reprimanded.
A Btory is told of a very eminent law
ve in New York receiving a severe re
primanded from a witness oa the stand,
whom ho was trying to browbeat- lb was
an important issue, and in order to savo
his oauso from defeat it was nocossary
that Mr. A should impeach the wit
ness He endeavored to do it on Uio
ground of age. The following dialogue
0118118(1 !
Lawyer "How old are you ?"
Witness "Seventy-two years.
Lawyer "Your memory, of oourse, is
not so brilliant and vivid as it was twenty
years aeo, is it?" . . ..
VV line Bo 1 UO uui ara vu .v
T.fiwvnr "State some circumstenee
which ooourred, say twelve years ago.
and we shall be able to know how well
you can remember.'
Witness "I appeal to
Witness "I aDDeal to your uonor u i
r-r t m V
am he interrogated in this manner; it w
insolent" ..
Judge "You had bettor answer the
question." . ' "-:
Lawyer "Yes. sir ; state it
Witness "Well, sir, if you compel me
to do it I wilL ' About twelve years ago
you studied in Judge B's offioe, did
vounot?"
Lawyer "Yes." :
Witness "Well, eir, I remember your
father coming into my offioe and saying
i n mv ion is to be ex
amined to-morrow, and I wish you would
lend me fifteen dollars to buy him a new
suit of clothes.' I remember also, sir,
that from that day to this he has never
jaidme tha sum. That,sir, I remem-
"awyer (considerably abashed) "That
will do, sir." :' , 1 .
Witness "I presume it will. Har
per's Magazine.
Something About Kites.
"Kite-flying" Ib not confined to boys.
Full-grown people have their kites. In
foot thA annittl fttmosnhere is full of them
all the year round. They are ot all
sizes, shapes, and, like the paper toys of
the juvenile, are oontinually going up nnd
coming down. Some of them, it is true,
are so strong and steady of wing that
they pull their owners pleasantly and
safely along the stream of life, as Frank
lin's kite bore him, when a boy, along
the Burface of the ponds and rivers.
Othors, like the "electrical" kite used by
the philosopher in after years, are some
what apt to numb the fingers that hold
the strings. The lovor's "kite" is his mis
tressframe of whalebone, cover of silks,
strings of moonshine and what a chase
tho beautiful bauble leads him ! Ten to
one but he loses all at lust. The specu
lator's "kite" is a miracle of unsteadiness.
It Hrmra. dartn. ricoohets, pluntjes, whirls.
and generally collapses in tho end, leav
ing the unfortunate flyer with month
agape and mind distraught, a pitiful spec
tacle to gods and men. For further par
ticulars inquire in the eity, where every
variety of this "fancy article" is flown
every day. The poet's "kite" is a bril
liant skimmer of the skies, sent heavon
ward from a garret for the admiration of
posterity. The "kite ot intelligent en
terprise is the stoutest and steadiest of
all. Its flight, like the eagle's, is "onward
and upward, and true to the time." It is
well balanced, never gees too mucn wring,
and, instead of being chanco-driven by
every breeze, raises tho wind for itself as
it moves along. . .
of
of
to
tho
But
tho
the
em
into
In
forfle
for
not
a
child
pleas
is
this
out
1f
fol
loy
has
spec
we
boon
fas
oinatine grown
pullit)
the
EJUfAnAmoricantravoler in the streets
of Taris soeing the words, "Wine baths
given hers," exclaimed: "Well, these
French are a luxurious people !" Then,
with true i nnkee curiosity, and the loel
ing that he could afford whatever any one
else did, walked in nnd demanded a "wine
bath." Feeling wonderfully refreshed
after it. and having to pay but tve lrancs,
b united, in some astonishment, how a
wine bath oould bo afforded so cheaply.
His sable attendant, who had been a slave
in Virginia, and enjoyed a sly bit of
humor, repuea, -un, massa, we just pass
it along into anudder room, where we gib
baths at four francs.N "Then'you throw
it away, I suppose. "Mo, massa, den
we send it lower down, and charge threo
francs a bath. Dar's plenty of people
who ain't so berry particular, who will
. ., . i'. - - i i. ti. r I 1
Datno in ll anvr luis, ui two jrauun nueuu.
Den. massa. we lot s do common people
hab it ot a franc apiece." "Then, of
course, you throw it away, exclaimed
the traveler, wno thought tins was gou,
even beyond Yankoo profit "Xo, indoec
massa," was the indignant reply, acoom
nanied bv ft, nrofound bow ; "no, indeed,
massa. we are not so 'stravairant as dat
comes to; we jest bottle it up den, and
sends it to Alerica, lor champagne !
-""Mrs. Partington. I am collecting
a little money for the purpose of founding
a Seminary arr.one tho Caribees," "Well,
I'm glad of it. 1 never could see why
foundlings shouldn't be buried in a ceme
tery as well as other peoplo. -ino ues
titution of the Caribees "is-Tcry-great,
ma'am." "Yes, thev have ereat consti
tutions, all that I ever knew of. There's
the bumble bees, ana tne noney oees ana
the buBV bees; it s hard to kill one ot em,
" , ' 1 I , ,1 -'L. V
unless you siranguiat inem wun u run-
stun. . ','uut tney ' uve m; aartneBg,
muddrrt t" - Do thev ? I am dad of
I wish all tne drones in the world oould
bo kept there ; living on the fruit of other
people's exactions, and., tasking shem-.
selves in the sunshine of asperity, th
lazy thines !" The benevolent eontlO'
man all at once recollected that he bad
nn encasement, and would have left,
he found his hat anything but agreeablo
to a fit. 1 It was his own new straw nat,
no doubt of that but it had mysterieuuly
become too small for his head, or
head too large for the hat Ike wasn
there. : " " ';
)JfiJThe followinr; advertisement
peared ia a London pnpor: , "A younjx
man of unauestionablo , propriety
modest demeanor, ia deirous of engaging
with an independent gentleman, to whom.
Without egotism, he would prove an
He can manage' an ' estate,1
fish, shoot, rido, sing as required, determ
ined to please, mako himself perfectly
comfortable, and turn his hand to
thing from a billet douz to a pump
' ' ' ( I-.... f -r. . .
1 - 1
" An Arkansiui'1 editor; whilo
huntina recently,' was nursuod by
grizzly bear that he had wounded,,
bad to olimb a tree, and stay . there
night. In tho morning, as soon as
got light enough to- 'draw a bead,'
shot tne bear, descended from his
ted lodging place,'' tnd , hastened in
direction of a warm' breakfast. ,;,
i r BUSINESS CARDS, .
, ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
A UOTIOK AND COMMISSION M3BR
A CHANT-Saleroorai No. 7 KMtTblrd-eireot-Wi.l
att.u.1 to the aalea at Beat Baute, Peraon.1
Proparty, Dry Oooila, Hardware, Hal., lloota, Stioe,
Orocerlu, urnltur., c. Having proenrei the
aarvicea r a comiMWnt alman, all btuinaaa will
meat with dfeoatch and prompt return.. Cah ad-
! SS iiTd. for pnbllo al... Cpiwigu.
menu aolielted. jBatw to marohanti fanamllr.
l,VMia.ainj
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(Kronting the Steamboat Landing.) '
North-wait Comer Broadway au4 Freit.
' oikoinwah oio.
B. P. IS7ERINa, Propritor.
TO PROOUEB THBT VBR7 BSBT
STBMCIL MAKKI.VG PIjATB
That can ba made in the city go So
2D. 3WS. r- v' JjlU.,
ldtt VVnlnut-at.i bet. Third mn Fourth,
(Next door to tha Maaonio lempie . j
, M t hu thraa Dinlomjaa awarded hjm for
aaonlo Temple.)
beat work
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MAKVrlCTtJMM AJTO DIAItIS IH
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND - All
klnda of Mattreaaaa and Bedding, at the old
atand, No. 1M SycamoreUeet, eaat aide, between
Fourth and FiVtb-atreata, aerenth atora abo
Fourth-atreet. Chureh Pewa jlned and Monad.
All ordara promptly attended to. ool-om
ANDERSON A HANNAFOBD, Architect,
Manchester Building,
8. W. earner Thlvd and Byeamore ita.t
T1 01KOINSAT1. OPSf.
Book Binding
IN ALL 118 BRANOHHS, NO. 8 EAST
Foarth-alreet, between Main andBioamore, Cin
cinnati. . .
uPKe-blndlogln every ityla.
lyanddumbl, boand
D. DE FOREST,
Book Binder and Paper Buler,
Tiilnlalorr Tinea BnildinK, wiUdo all work In ht
line with neatntaeand diepatch.
PUXLAN WIIXiAMWOK, .
(At the old atand of Pnllan, Batfleld A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
No.M WIST SKOOKOBT.,
ouronntATl.
tmtrn fPMAK, formerly of PnUan, Hatneld Brown
w . a. williamh anrB-AUW .
THOS. H. WEASNER.
BTTILDING LUMBEE, IATH,
8HIN0I.E8, ETC., ITO.,
3T1 Plnm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
- )y-cm
n. KITTREDGE & CO.
. 134 MAIN STREET, OINOIKNATI, O.
wriTREDGE & F0L90M,
54 St. OUarlea atreet, New Orleant, La.,
lmnortera of Oiina dc SportlneT Apparatna,
' 1HD DEAI.KBB W 0P F0WD1B.
L. BYL & CO..
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. iM Sixth-etroet, between .Vine and Race, In
Mdlrl (iilluire. Cincinnati, Obio. rernonewno
nwy lator ua with tiieir patronage, can rely on pone
tilBllly anu tow pnen.
DENTAL CARDS.
0. srmlAM..
BO N 8 A LL
H. A. IM1TH
SMITH,
DENTISTS,
tit, 11H Wt Sixth-afreet,
CINOISSATI. aepjm
J. TAPT,
Wucoesaor to Knowlton A Toft.) '
DENTIST;
No. Stt Weat Fonrth St., bet. Wnlnnt Vld
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
, L, EAMLBI.
Drs. flAMLSN
h. b. aaiTa.
& SMITH,
No. 3 Wc t Furtli St. .
ITS
DS. 8. WARDIE,
Office No. 1S8 Wost Fourth street,
CIHCIRNATl.OHIO
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 151 SiXAUOBB 8TBEET, BELOW FIFTH
yjq.ClU ClWOTHWATI.
MEDICAL CARDS.
MEDICAL.. ""
ITaVR. J. WILSON'S Offloe. 58 Went Fonrtn-
arrofit. whr hn mnv ha oonnalifd daliv for ftll
Kema1 OumplninU,, InflamrDRtiou of th Cerrix,
ProlfimiiH (iteifw, an aispiuceraenisoi in womo,
1 mdiI fferohral aflectiona. aud other orsanlo dii-
msos common to femnlcs. Tho Doctor's long expe
rienoe nml recent discovery In the treatment of the
nlivn il ixnttjiitii. rnn not ft.il to aive entire BAtlsraotion.
The Doctor ia agent for a European Female monthly
fill; price gi ana two stampi. amo-jui
DBS. B. EHRM AN & W. C. LEECH.
liOMCEO PATI1ISTS.
OFFIOB HO.
Ofhce honrs from
46 SEVENTH BTRKKT.
A. IS., 1 to 8, and 7 to , P. H.
try cm
U. 8. NEWTON, M. D,
019m, 90 Went Eeveath Street,
ISTVlllIN Via AMD SiOa.
SOS
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
' Ornog He. 90 West Soveuth street, between Vln
an i uaee. UKarntKof no. u uveutn atreet,
ween Walnut aud Vine. Orrior. Howaa IX t
A, M.I l!ato2it V. 01.1 1 to f.al. i
JEWELRY.
'
it.
but
his
t
ap
and
ac
quisition. anyj
han
dle.'" out
ti
and
all
it
ho
elviv
the
, ,;,
II. P. I3L1AS'
'"' '. New Wholesale, ;'
U ATtlT & JEWELRY HOUSE
18 West Fourth Street.
Where can be bad every article appertaining to th
Business at a much leaa price, for CAfH, than
ha ever belbre been offered In this market.
" GIVE U3 A CALL"
And teeforyouraelToa. : JX
WM
WHITAKER
JBWBIiBK. '
Mo, liKS.K. Cor. fifth and Xodge street, betw
n. . I . .... vi.. i;..l .1
1 1TKIUU, niiu , inn, wniKiiiunu.
A good assortment of U t TVlSB and PL ATKD WAEA,
HPKTTA(J1.8. etc.. kftst constantly on hand.
'Bpoefal Attention givon to (Jlfaulng and Impairing
lyatchenand JewHlry. - ;
BEGGS etc SMITH, No. 6 Wert 4th
"A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS
is, their lars assortment of Vatohe. Jewelry,
cilf erware and viamona. ; tt ir
aLo
A flu assortment of rbtted Tea Beta and Cutlery
and ttanratimMee.
avset-Tao' ' "sdnsaj
8v4r4 ilM onldd aa ias SJUiaug) JBM
s.tion pu n(ns eiquiioj '"0 ' nJtfl
.torn funioH -woximj juoiyi '0ipaui inma -uei
mu" tua puts jediln Hoq (rp)lo W) -eunuj-erj-H0
0NOUX9 NI dfl IM '63219 TI
RICHARD KENNEDY,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
Ho; IT ffite-rreet, G'olnuibn) Ohio.
1 mw Ag.at for tha WKGKLY lUIINTiriO
I""."'- !;,,,,, ,
ell
v SEWINQ MACHINE8.q
X
-
St.
10
r
v
;
AST;
WILT3EE BROTHERS.
' -D1ALKBS1H-
'"" TOUN.O.'a.w
Improved Two-Threaded look-Stiteh
FAMILY SEWINQ MACHINE
35, 30 aad 3D.
, No. 8 FlftB-all-eet, v
TflLU K1H0TX, OtTTOBln) , T ,
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Oyer Begga A Smith 'l.
, eWAaenta wanted. Addnaa
' WILT8215 BKQTHB1
A genu,
o - f q
80. $30. $30.; , S3Q.
Tbirty-IoIIarSdiiblelook-Stitoh ;
FilllLY SEffLMf MlCniSES
BEOUBED BT BIOIMI LITTBBS PATINT.
mfllS MACHINE HAS BEEN -PRO
M. KOUNOKB br ell eomoetent Jndi
NOUNOED by all competent Jndgea, who
hara aeB it. to ba tha beet and moat dealra
ia moat aeairauie n
lly Hewing Machine erer lntrodnced, resardleae
nf hvIm. It will mw all klnda of famllv floods.
tohlne erar lnti
; will mw all a
from the very thtckrat to therery flneat fabrfoa made.
and usee all kindi of thread, from No. 8 to m.
No oil la need on topsftheOlaohlne,
Send for a olronlar, or ran and aea It in operation.
Upon early application, State end Qoanty Bfghtemay
beaeoured. .... t .
An eaergeUo pereon can make a rorrone In a ibort
time. Agentt wanted In all onaold territory.
H. 0. BI1RTMAN,
aapl4fmt 98 Weet Fourth -street, Olnclnnatl.
Sloat&Co.
SEWING MACHINES,
CTITCHING : TEE 8AMB ON BOTH
eldee, loaylng no ridge or chalb, and Impossible
to rarel. For apeed, accuraoy or aaaa of motloa, the
Xlllptto Machine to wllhout a rhml. : '
Cincinnati, Offloe 59 Weet Fonrth atreet.
aop281 1
KELSEY & CO.'S ?
SEWINQ-MACIIINES
Offlce30 West Fourth-itreet,
CINCINNATI.
rB ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
public in pitrnilt ol a roliabl Bewing-Sla-.the
moat rlkid comtniriisoo of the merlta of
Marhine. with all other. In the market. We
court it, being uro It will reanlt in our fator. ..: .' :
D. W. HARRINGTON b CO.,
ansa : - Agent.
SINGER'S SEWING MACDINES.
Priest Reduced to t&O, T5, vllOandflSS.
Hlnser'a New Family Betvlntr Machine,
The price of which la only ?nO, is A light and elegant.
ly aeooraiea macuine, cupauie oi penurming, in tne
beatityle, all the sewing o(a private lamlly. c . ..
Singer' Trauaverae Shuttle Dlaehlne,
To be old at S75, 1, a Machine entirely new In it ar.
rangement; It l very Deauiiiui, movee mpmiy ana
Tory easily, and, for family nee and light mannfac.
tnring purpnaoi, 1, the very beat and ibeapeit Ma
culneereroSerea tothepnbllo.
Slnger'e Ne. lStnndaril Shuttle Maoblne,
VnrmerlT .old at USD. bnt now red noed to SUA. la
known all oyer the world, Every lort of work oan
be done with it. - - i ...
Singer' No. 9 Standard Shuttle 31 oehtne,
This is th farorlte manufacturing Machine erery.
where Price, with table complete, 81. . -
'Send for a Circular... : ..,,.. r-
IAMBS SKABDOH,
Agent for J.M. Dinger AOo. "? - -
- Ne. 8 Bast Fonrth atreet,
Jet4. I -.. . CIUOINNATI.OIUO.
- Wi B. DODDS, , . 1
Formerly oi Ball.Doddi A Co.; late Urban, Dodd, A Co.
w. b. Dodds & Co.,
' VAfDTAOTCalSg oriiM,.. r. . ... '
OONOHEl T 33
Fire and liurarlar Frool
J3 ESI.:':
8. W. Corner of Viae k Hecoud BtreeU.
Thi. I. tha moat reliable FIRE ADD BUHOLA
pnniiir HA m tbat la made In the United State, and
Is warrauted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prioea, and Is ol better workmanship than
oan b found elsewhere.
We hare A large assortment on hand, and are A.
terounea to tell at price mat oaunot nut to pieaa.
Old Sates;
Takea In exchange. BBCOND-HAND BAFI9 ai
ways on band at extremely low price.
. VIA
Gas fixtures. .
AX REDUCED IMtlCES.
mTB HAVE ON HAND THB LARGEST
ww vnrtntT ni hfMt Bw1frrnd jiHortmnf; of dnm
riTtnrAH in tJincinrittii. rongiHtinc ox a i tiiaiis dow
or defuraDie m tue mm nxtare nno.
ju a u'arrani aTArv n lrtnrA uvn iiaii ui iui fwiniii.-n
hi matoriftl and finish, to dv thut lp sold la tUUo
rt nthnr miirknL and th addition will unmrftntf-j
them to retain tU.ir oolor and remain perfect fo1 flva
,. -,i HoBINbV k 0AB80H.''
jyil-cm -.. ,. 1 Main stfwt, uoar Fourth
ooFii! ;,. itoori ivq
THE " OUTCAeVr ELASTIC ME
TALL10 BOOFINU" 1 offered to the public
aa the best and cheapest Metal lioof now used, It
merits tested br au experinnoe of yoarsin this city
nil virinirv. Aim lea cn uai or sipen.oin or new
bulldiugs. Ho wider mod faalened securely with-
n.t Avn.MitirA tLn HAtlnn lf tile flleinnttta.
frcparea sneeis, ooxea lor snipxnvMi 10 aay par.
tbe unttoo ntatos, ean oe appnea oy any T)oe wi
ordinary oiecoaiucai sum. urnera prompiiy uuuu.
jylMf ' is WeeTflBiToiiditrftet;
. -E1SPECIALIT TREATS- DISEASES
M-4 TBB BK.IM, KBItUMATibBl, JJlBtAOaa
WOMEN, tad such Curonio complaint aa may
benefltted by the Uygy.iJo and A.tmojalhU lyatam
or ui once."..'. ' r .
Taper, Bnlphor, Iodine. .Arsenic. Hercury, Tur
klsh, Eusalau and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Els
peweryof Medicine, aid very mannoxait EUotrlO
,4MagneH.Appar.tu. , . . , . . ..
V f ll AKV4
MTAflfl kn 9 A. It. ( A ?- . ...... n4-tvt
At tlie Old Established Stand.
U A till I -aTrrtl DV WITM A WTi H7fl Mhnl!
I HAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of JJouiohold nd Office Tornltnre,
a" UAOX A. Ui vni. "a ai" aai is u a wiiiw-'
new and aorood hand.-eonslattuif ol rue nefuceausi
sola and parlor chairs, Brussels and luxraln carpets.
Oll-Oioin. outiery, eio. J dub assuruuenK ui ct,uu
stock of bHIIard tabloa, pianos, extra marble-top
ters.sueiviuH, otnoe aeaas anu aiooraretc.-
counters and table
apis 00 nana ana ior aeie iiw. -
- WM. PARTES, rr$erjeiflt;.-
J. J. BUTLER'S
j !!)!!!
,r B17r
I. , ,-. ., " : I'M r" tlf '--'f.
KiccUlor Fluid Ink.
u;t . ,, Mfi'f j J ' J'" ' '' Jt, 'J'''
b u, v Wnanfactory.' 3ft Vina t.J""lii'
STAB, MXtlB. A SUPERIOR BRAND
of extra White Whoat Flour, warranted to
In store ana lor set oy
il .
, .1,
JOHH FRROCSON, QroMK
, ocll
(Jofuqr Ninth and Vine-streets,
TVEW CIDER. FIR8I OF XllE3EAS0Nr1
X andy9rynaerticje.jnBt ruemmw-
junn r.nL,cn;ii,urutr,
OCll
' Corner Ulnth and vlne-treets.
NEW BUCKWHEAT. A VERY BTJPE
itirtRrllrleof Fresh Ground NewBttckwhent.
JtrK0vadf.ab,byK
Coranr Ninth aid T!n-trt.
, Tisaopy.l 1
'it r- IITSURAN.CE.T '" T'-r
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BYJSTATP AUTHPEXTT.
Incoipoiated 181 D. Charter Perpetual
WAaei.tr ealablliihedlnOliiolnnatlln l'29,an-
tedatlrg ail present local Inaurarce Com pan toa and
Agendo lit tna luanrauoe bunlneen In title city, 33
yeare con ant ditty bore, combined with wealth, ex
perience, nterprlte and lllwrftlity, specially eom
pnend the ATM A Inaaranoe Oompany to tlie rayora.
Die patronaire of thla commnnley-etandingeolltary
and alone, tbe eulwauryivor ant living piuiiear oi
OlaolnnatI underwrite of -- -
Loeeea palillnClurtnnml daring paat Fire
Cash Capital tflH,0 00,000.
tABBOLUTl AND UNIHf PAIBKD.l WITH A
IUUPLUi OF f 1,030,423 80.
And the preallge of 10 yeara tuoceea and uafoefeno. ,
' " " " iirrKStMBSTg or .r
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OP 81 J.000,000, LOSSES .
Ear been paid by tbe Slue, lueurano Uumpany ia-
n the pat 40 yeara.
Plra awd Inland NaTlantlon.Rtataaooepted
at term, oonalalent with aolyency and fair proflw.
Xaseolai attention giren to Inanraoce of Dwelllug
andOonlenta. for term of ltoSy . . .
- ApplloationSude to any duly .othorlzed Agent
vroniptljr attefMarto. By atrlct attention to a legit
imate I nenranoe bntlneae, thla Oompany ta enabled
to offer both Indemnity tor the pant and eecmltyfor
theAiture. P llciee luued wltbovt delay by '.
JAB. tl. UA rin.lt, Agent, no. av juuin nreei.
fA iu i. aaiiatani Agent. - . i
biKO BIi Agent m vinenreet,
50K1 i, Aient. Fulton. 17th Ward. aJ
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. .
. 1 , . s. , ...... '. . e
; ') In '.Vk' "
,. tiliil v7 .'
linportrint ImproTemciit!
ii". WELLSMPATENT
FOLDING MMIMESS
WliaaS OlfliT 63 LBS! MAHtJTAOTOBJDD,
WHOLESALE AND BETA1L, BY
n BENNETT & CO.,
jji-am BTcamoro itreot, below ITlfth.
HALL'S PATENT.
THE MOSTREU ABLE FIRE AND
BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. They hare given
more eatlstaction taan any otnnr now in use.
We offer reward i
oi uih 1
: T1I4JUSANU DOIi.
.ARM to any person that can, up to the present
tlme.stiowa alngle instance wherein thoy have failed
to preaervo their content. . f , - ,
With thlaSAVK we aliallenge ell competition, aa
being the best Fire ProoT, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment In tho Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
'?e'are prepared to famish a letter Safe, and at less
coat, than any other manufacturer In the United
btatea. . ,, rn.-.,., , . -.
aeouu-nana sares oiotner msm, r-o on nanu.
Wernanectfiillv Invite the nubile to call and exam
ine our atook before purchasinit elsewhere.
- - MAI.li, tMBJlUlJlj w.,
augl?-ayt Mos. and it F.nt Ooliimblatreel,
e0U
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
Cholera, : Bilious Clolic. and &
ALL FAINS 15 THE STOHACU t BOWELS.
: ISade r GEO. 8. LIGIIT, ,
WHOLESALE DRUOaiST,. CINCINNATI.
'TOU Rii.K V JOUN D. fABK. BCIKK. KOK-
8TINE A CO., and llruggist geuerally. Order left
at Wn-LIAMSOK ft Bathcld, Moi' ii Walnut stre.fr
will be attended to,. aul3-tnoTl
GtASQOVT AND SEVf YORK
STEAM SHIP , COMPANY
'l : , jfj i t)ktH'.l,i; ''
STBAM TO OLA80O , blTBBPCOIi, BHLFAST,
.. DUBLIN AKD LONDONDBBI .
, . FOB 830.
V'. ' !! ' o iwToi. ' J'f. ;
Gl n ago w, Thomson Wedneadaf , Aua. U , at U noon
Kilinliurglti Cnmioiug.. wecneeuay, J ui
imel. 1
tiinmtinw Thomson.
BdlnlmrjhOutnming; . -'
ulyr.'fj
S,il,i.' :' PI, tBOK MKOOvr.
EiUnbnrghjflummlu,
g...Batnrdar, May 7.
.wednestlay, July V,
Ulaaaow, Tnomaon... n e
Utlinuurgb, Cuinuilng...
" Julys,
natesot rassnce ironi now hu.iuiwiwfm.w
Lonuonaorry, nret oiase, o oiuouw,,wuiju
an abundance of properly-coohod provisions, SJO.
Anoxperlouceu snrgoon attacueu lowtu.wwuoi.
do charge for nuxliclues.
IforifrelgiitorrassaKo.iipuiyio .
,.aia7 , BOBBBT 0HA1O. Unroadwy.
SJL XX 3 37 jfiL n. 33
AFTER.' MANX TIE ARB OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of MiutUnl-nmltijig,
proprietors oflor the alove brand of Mustard to
public, guaranteelug it a strictly pure article, mann-,
factnred from the best quality of seed, cnrofully
iBctedwlth tne assign oi pnMurana : iJuKV LMiVJE
RIOR IN FLAVOB.ASB. PUKuBWOO ANT
MOW IN UtilC. Wo Lave no hesitation lu saying
that all lovers of good Mustard v 111. llnd the I, X.
to be that auicn tueyso uariueuny in to wivain,
MUSTARD THAT 18 MUSTAID.
WOrderi promptly nuoit.
JLIAKK.loCrJ TVILBON,
-"y .
9ml Il 'WinMrri.-
Www11A T1.T1-Viawtt Atiatttia
. . . . .... 9
THIS MEDI0I5E 19 0FFJ5EED TO TIIB
puMIc aa on of tliebest, If not the very beatmodV
lolnetliat baa ever been Invented for Diaihiuea, Dvs
gmruY, Ciiolv.ra Ikiastvm, and all othsTdoranae
ninla nt thn HtoniRcli aud DiHestive Organa, Which
areaopreralantand fatal lu our conn try correct
I th-dirn fed couilltiou-of the Liver; allai Herveu
l'' "t, , S", l,7.nd lthVl
.AOATat Ollta.!.
Momyl JTIomcj! Money!
PAWNBROKEE'S OFFICE.
Hemqved (rom 80 West Hlxib-orrcet.
MOKEYIOANED on WATCHES, JEW"
ELRT and all kiuns, of Merchandise, at
Hates of Interest, at No, T5 ylB-tra btwen
fourth and 'na-
.- '-1 .'"ii ,,'! I ' , . " "' i "''' '
feniTB nnderslined II crenared le cut an
. JL. Ooapoeltlon iloof of th Dst (juallty at
Offl-' In t k V. Bruce' Carriage Repository,
ner Third and. Vine. '. , .,i"ti
M- Boodnf matorial censtaatly oa hand, and
tale. , rrfjy27i3m) : I: i f ,' M. NOBLHI
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
LTJANTJI ACTUREE8 QT BAR. SnEKl
IlJL and Boiler Iron, Plow KlabB, Railroad ipike
Kte. Alao, Aseut for the sale ol lronton Btar
Wardrooms Ho. U Seat eeoond Htiett, Cinclnnat
OblO. . ; , ' ... ' ..
aTAftMnfllronTaMtooir(ier.- ; : ."
; " Pure Coal Oil.
TtJSI RECEIVED AND FOR SALE,
J OnBollarvrfIloii.J)r. ,
,J. jf. DaWIIK , Qrlr,
letrkni , , 557 last rut-nrt.
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUB. DAILY
SIxthHitreet Dep.
TRAINS IEATH 1HH
SixthHitreet Depot. - , r "- ' K r
Train run nron
dnoky and CleTefaud
TArlt iinnt n h sin ire of oara. r ' . .
?hL,.XVirk.t. tat all KaaUra. WeaUro.Rln-tk.
em and North-western cltlss. ' - ',. '
A. M." BXPllKSrt TRAIN (Colnmbtu Ura
which hteeren minutes raster ihau Olnoinaatlr-For
Cieyelandand rittaburg, yla ljeluware, make eloe ;
connection at Oreatline lor lMtilnirg. Bultlmore, , ,
Philedelphia and Hew tork: and at Cleyelirod for ,
Dunhirk, BuAalo, Bost-n aud New lork. Alao.ooo. ,
necta at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Koad for ,
Troy, Pi-ma, Mdnen Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayieand Ohicago, reaching Toledo at 8:30, Detroit
at 6:00, and Chicago at 7: P. Mm Qulncy and '. ; '
at T A.M. Also, at Dayton with Oieentrille and Miami ,
Boad.for Oreenyille, Duior., Winchester and Mon.
cie. Also, connect at Blcbmond with IndlauaCea.
Iral Soad.forJndlauapoUs. Ufeyelte.l'bicago.Terra
Haute, St. Louis, and all Westers, lit. I. Also, at : ;r
Blcbmoud with CiiKinnatl aud Ch'cago Boad, for
Andenton, Kokomo and l'eru. Aiso.eunnect wiw
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford. '
H A. M. MAIL TRAIN lor Daytou, Spring.
flld and Sandusky Connects at Sandosky wtta
STEAMER tor DKTK01T at OKBAK A forCOLUM,
BUS'.et aToreatwlth Pittsburg, FortWayueandCht-., .
coco Boal, Kt and West; attllyde with O, and T-
ledo Hoad for Cleveland and Buffalo,' Toledo, Detroit ' '
and Chicngo, ' Thi train alao connects at DBLA
WAltU with the (J., (J, lc 0. Road for Clereland aud
points Kaat; KlsooonuocUatUamlltqBWlth Junotieu ; ,
fiaUrnad for Oxford. rr -
- 4t P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, BjringfleU
and Satidusky Counecui at Forest with fittaborg.
Fort Wayne and Chicago Bond, East and Weet! at..
Clyde with 0. aud Toledo Bond for Clevolandang Buf- . .
falo. Toledo. Dotroit and Chicago. Also, oonneotaat .'
Richmond for Indianapolis, Torro Bante, St. Louis
nnd Chicago. Alio, oonnects with Jimotlon Railroad .
at Hamiltott fnr Oxford.
6 1'. lI.TltAIN-For Dayton, Troy, Plqna.jM.
nay, Llnia, Tolik) Detroit, Fort Wayne aai Obi. .
oano,richlng Chicago at 8 Bl, ' "
(Mr The 6 aud a A. M. train coaneet at OUralani "'
with steamers for llutTalo. .
For further iuformatlon and Ticket), apply Attn ,
Ticket office north-enat corner Front Aud Bread
way; No. 169 Walnut-etrwt,' near Gibson Hansel at r,'
tbe new Ticket Ullice, oi the west aide oi Ylae-trtk ' '
between Poa tolllce and Burnet lions; at tha Wala , '
Street Bouse, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
aula D. MoLABKM, 8nperintanilent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
JTPour" Trains -. : -
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THREE 1H ROUGE EXPRESS XRAIK9.
First Train No. 1 Hxprs,at A.M., connects Tl
Oolumbusand01oyelaud,vla(lolunibo,Creatllneana . "
Pittsburgh, via Coltimbtu, Bteubenyllle and Pitta. . , ,
burgh, DotroitTlaCleyeiaadaudstaanier. This Train ... ,
stops, botweeo Cinciunatl and Columbus, at Lotb
laud, Deertleld, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarvllle, South
Charleston, London and West Jefferaon. " ,
8econdTiain-No.2Exproaa,at8;a)A,M.,Wnnact
via Colombo, Bellairand Benwood; Wheeling; rla: ,
Columbas.SteubenyilleandPlttBburgJTiaOolnniba, , , .
land; Detroit, Tla Cleveland ana steamer: White Bui-,.;.., ,,
ehur Station, via Bprlngfleld. This Train stops be ..: .
tween Uincinnatl ana uoiumoas, at rmiuvuio, an.. , . , ,
ford, Miauilyille, Loveland, Deerfleld, Morrow, Oor- . , ,
win, Spring Valley, Xeiiia and London. . '"'''" ,
Third Train-Aoeomuicdatlon, at .iO P. M., for . '
Oolnmbns and Hprlngtleld. . , . lUil.,. - , ,.
Fourth Trnin-Night Kxprese, at ll:Sn P; M.j eon
nects via Coluuibua, Bel lair and Benwood; Wheeltag '
via Columbus. Bteubenvllle and Plttsborg; via Co.
Inmbus, Crestline and Pitlabuigi vlaColumbu and '
Cleveland. This train stop at Lovoland, Morrow, 1 : "
Oorwin, Xenla and London. SLKEI'INQ CABS ON
Ida, TRAIN. ...... . .. , . , , , ...
No.lKxprosu.throughtoOleveUnd'wIthouiobang ' '
ofcars. i " ' " " ' ,L!
No.aKxpress, through to Wheelingwlthoat change , .. ,
ofcars. ' " -tl! . '' '
The NIGHT KXPBMB8 Xraln !earln Oncinnatl
at 11:80 P. M.,runBdftilyvcpt8ATBRT)AY8.'Thi'' (I ' '
othorTrainarundaily.exooptSUNDAKB.. . '
For all information, and through Tickets to Bo. ; ,
ton, New York. Philadolnliin, Baltimore, Wasting. .
ton, Buffalo. Niagara falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland. ..
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern plaoea, .
apply at the Oflicos, Walnut Htreet House, Ho. 1 Bur
net House, eouth-enstoosnorot Broadway and Jrvnt ' t' i'1'
streets, and at the Kastern Depot. ... :..,,..,., ....,,
Trains run by Oolumbua tlina, whioh 1 aatenmltv,.
utes faster than Ciuciunati tiaio. v . : ,,. ;,
J. DtJRAND, Bup't.
Omnlbnse callforpatsenger by leaving direction
at thTlche Office. anyLt -. i
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AND XENIA RAILROAD. HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only (hie Change of Uari hetitem WnmaJi ' ' '
and 'Cfmaaai. ','1!.',', ",' .V ;'.?.';i ',
.
,
Three PaaaengorTriilnaloavtiUuoInDAliuan , bom
.thefootof Mill and Frontatreets.
B:80 A. U. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at - -
10:30 A.M.; Chicago at 7:20 P.M. Tht tral coa.'l
nenta wltn All nlfflit
sots with all night trains on tut fJhloago, iat the
12 Ikl M -
id'ti
Terre iiaute ana tiayiayetto AcooDimoaac
rjonarrlTorat Indiannpolla,. .
nnnrlvera IndiannDOlla. at 5:t P. M.. making
direct cdanecttons at IndlutiasoUs jjth Xcrre Haute
Train and lnnianapons ana baiayetre train lor
Decatur, Bprlngflold, Naples, gulncy, Hannllnl and -.
Ht. Joseph; also with Peru train for Peru, Ft. Wayn
and Toledo. ' . .... ..
:00 P.M. Chicago Zxpreaa arrives at Indianepolll ,
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A. SI. Making oles -connection
at Chicago with all morning train out
of Chicago. Thi train connMt at Indiauapoli '
with Torre Haute train for all point West and ;
Hlsoplnscar are attached to all the night train
on thi line, and. run thiough to Obioago wJthont
ohangeof oar. ' .. ' "trj.-' -v. -n-i
Thla ia exclusively a Western and' North-western, mil .
mnta. unit with favarable and reliablo arrauaaraenta ' -
Hrith all-eonuectipe; roala thitjtiRliont the entire '!
West, guarantee uuusnui oar ami ina supust aa-. ' i:'
conituoilations to tho pittrou ol this Hue.
XT Be sure yon are in the right ticket offloe before
rou purchase your tickets anil ak for tloketa via "'
tawroncebitrguud IndlaimpoU. . ,
Fare the same a by any otaer route. Baggaga :.
cheeked through., . . .. . ,- . : r. i
TUIluimtl Tttjiv&ia, goea nnui uea,cMi oe oo-. r
Inlnod at the ticket otHoee, at Bpcucer Hons Oomer,. .j
northeast corner nroaaway ana rroui; no. i jour
nal House Corper; at th Walant-strwt Ilonse, and
at Depot ofllce, foot of 11111, on Krent streeti .where, I
tlneoeBfy information muy ho bad. , . t ,
' Onmlbuase rnn to and from, iech train, and w. ,, ,,..,
uall tbi paesenger at all hotels and all parts of tha, r h , . :
oity,bj loavlugaddreMateltbeToSh. ,,, ..,'
Oenoral Ticket Agent. ;
VT. II. JU. -
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
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nVODAlIiTTIlnoCaHTtt.VTJlSlettveBUth atreet ,
lipot,at A. M. antU:W p: rr '
U.f.-JNrUNAl,tlLI8,8T.LOni8ftOHI0A-'!.' ',r
nA If 1U1 FX PKVSM Thronahitireet.Tnaklnaaleii
oonnectlonsfor ellother Wetetnnd Herthjyeetern t;
nts, ihlfl Train aisoconneaiBM mvnnHinii wita -
. i.inciMBi "'"rSS'T.:' SS"
r.v: zi. .-Lit r,,., . t i- . . .i ttv
ana tiiiiceg
.ft,"W.?Vrr'.'.' - T:: -
iiwt M TWilTWriT 1U ft Pni.TR. H II AU I ' M B'r. I
X1OUI8 NlOHl KXPRKSSa The abort Tnitna maK
lh qalu I'aw iPPrl l4rtrTT-M fcllrwH ti D-Hftlft Rnfkr ' '
V nn, T TrllU iaia. viaw uu ) r ..i. ( ui'm , . - , .
Island, Oalesburg, Kenosha, Lrtitosse, SacksonviU. .' .
uanvius, aiuriiDguiu, iHanniuw,,uiHHinli.iHpiuii v.w.i
Cialona, Uuiitci, Prairie da Clilen, Pane, Pemtn, i,n,.
liunieltntlbaciue, xieoainr, ntoomingceii, .oiiei, xm
Sal la, 8 1. Paul, and aU towns and oltle In the JRorth .'. :
'wst.' ' m y i'-'i''!
arrhrengn Tickets given am J Baggivga checked ..
'through. ' .-- . .... .......r, i-ii,. I. M
"'Korfiirthor informaHon ih Through 'Plol
loxeu, up. ; , t, ,
root ana
hroadway; No. 16, Walnut atreeti near Fonrth; at
south-east oorher of Fourth and Vlueetraet, or at
tho Hlrtnstreet uepot,. ., ....
i ' ' 0. SI. MOBBOW, ajt;tendent.
nvnrilhnsas Will call for naasenat nv icuVlnK lb. err
rill
rasnes at either of the Tlckot Off i ,
188 i W,H. :.mr,Agon.
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4 ,,,, 1 .j ,(.,. l m,,,,!,.! -II,. ui.-,.!, .IhV ....!' I'
nofeotartraJ Ml WbolMaUletaklwi'i
' ' i n -' ' ju(Aja.-M.w..' tit.-i-- ,i-.t'ilt
FINE AND PLAIN GANDHS,
i ii.
i,'i
I tO MAIN' STREET.
USeiKITATl
ii I'lim.iVi,,; ML
"rSIINI SERMAIT CI9ARBt-"TIWB OIR-
V MAN CIQARS'r-Jobn Bate has Joit'reeolted ir . S. i i
100,lVjnvi7HperlorOIBra, which Jh wM sell low,
; lorcasn at maxiuhaii buaiku uuilliinu,
i oolO . , ' 1 -- Bycamoie-tret.
' DIAYIKO OARDSl' PI-AYINa OARDl " ?
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