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Attorneys at Law,
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by Thomas V hurue.ll. jan. l-77-ly
J. B. Bond,
Attorney at Law,
( (1 umhi a, Teh nessee.
Will p-artice iu Maury and adjoining
fiimlics. jan. H-'iH-lS'
C. W. Witherspoon,
Attorney at Law,
Will attend with promptness to all Igal
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Hdt.miiiis; counties. Stri-t attention to ool
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( ' 1 u d ibia, Ten nessee.
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W. J. SVKE3.
Loon ay & Sykes,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors m Chancery,
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Attorney at Law
Ani Solictor ia Chancery,
Oirn-o: With McDowell & Webster. Whit
1 home Mock. Jan. l-70-.y.
li. II SAN8UM.
Taylor & Sansom,
And Solicitors in Chancery,
H'i'l rr:trt:eo in Maury and adjoining
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John V. Wright,
Attorney at Iaw
And Solictor in Chancery,
r ( etc : Wrntthorue Block, I'p-Btairs.
M ay "it li-77.
A. M. IILU'IKS. A. M.HL'iHEM, Jr.
A. M, Hughes & Son,
AiSoA'jieys at Law
Auu Solicitors .a Chancery,
Will eraoi ic In I lie Courts of Maury nnd
ij ! n i n l' conn' i.-s, and Supreme Hiid Fed
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ih ii ( ir one. oilin : - Sent ti side West
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- McDowell & Webster,
Atoi'ncys at Law
J T 'WILLIAMSON-
Attorney at Xaw,
( 'ohunbia, -Tennessee,
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McKay & Figuers,
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Coin in hl'i, Tennessee.
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Aii'l Solicitor in Chancery.
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to linn m any o! tlie courts of Maury and
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atiil M'l'l. iiit nts of ull kinds attended to
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North Milu street,
1 COI.U M T.I A , TKN X.
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llo (i ,!' i't-oi i.'ii"s:ry 111 an ns uianeues,
Dltl.-e - ! ills icsiaetice on uaiuen ri.
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April 1-', 1-.-.
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bv I'ii it. Jr. Terms: l-l'J the scS'.on, prlvl
J.e of j-ciuri:i!i t:li you get a colt.
Hhtt'and por.y, hay, :i!) inches high, at
th4 season, privil.ge of retuiniiJK till you
oit ,1 co t At my iirin wr sitirlux Hul.
gjiJrciii'2:u. CAMl'UKLL liUUW.N.
I. N. H.VKN t.TT.
By ALFRED S. HORSLEY.
STREET, EIBBY & GO.,
(Successors to J.
-AV1LL CAHIiY A
SOLE L EAT 11 Ell,
-AGENTS FOR THE IMPROVED-
iiui mmn mm.
THK 1MPKOVED IilTKEVK li, by real
Reapers, aud Is still fuai tuer improved
Buckeye for years nnd Anon- exactly what it
lu every respect. We are also agents lor the
Improved End Shake Sweepstake Separators,
Which we warraut to thresh - r ami titan bUUr lhuu any machlue lu the market
nunc txtxplcti. We Bell, also,
Heilman's Farm Engines,
Cooper Self-Propelling Engines,
Sulky Hay Rakes,
Plows and Double Shovels-
We can furnish Rao per and Mower KDives and Sections for all kinds of Machines.
" A complete stock ol Urain Cradles andjsevthes. l'rices alwavs as low as ODy other
hodse. Oive u.s a call and we guarantee satisfaction.
STREET, EMBRY & CO.,
F.A8T .S1DK l'UUHC .StiCAllE,
Wo have now in store a splendid assortment of
Staple and Fancy Gorceries,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fresh Fish, Oysters and Game in Seaon 1
Aud will noj le undersold on same graxles and qualities
liy and House.
Good3 Received Daily!
OUR rAKi'HKli AN I i;U(l'NI CUKKEKS are roasted In our own
house twice per week, and can !e relied on as licln tresti. We pack
In fin ImcUcts. c in ,ir caritiisiers t- suit customers. KKKE.
citTIi TK.vs art; inieiiu.iled in u'lalitv and price. We will duplicate
New Yolk orauy otliei pi ices.
pounds, will lie luimsi'.t ii wltn a
handonie!v oriiaiiient'-d, l'HKi.;.
OI K V1NKS are old a:nl pure,
rM,ri.Ks f . us I ti it 1 u ml
t- We pay cash lor lljeou, 1'iiKlu.
delivereu lieu in tue city, ice iuruisueu 10 i;iiuiiie uuiiug iuu kmuu
North SidePuhlic biiuarc,
Ai the Vow Jewelry Hoosd of S .P. Fisehor,
A HANDSOME LINE OF
New Jewelry of Every Description!
To whi(-h the Attentien of &U is Invited,
t l . 1 , ..in- linn .f luulUlfU MTIM if tli iAttroKt .Hid linest in
the State. A niee assorttmut f Setli
just reeeivel, whit h le sia at oouom pnce.. , viu wiuaimmnvi
lKuirht or taken in exeliaiiiO iur goo-s or wrk. . , . ,n
1. STREET fc CO.,
FULL LINK OF-
merit, placed itself at the heatl of the list of
lor the harvest of ls78. We have handled the
Is. and ca.u fully recommend and warrant it
Stock Always Fresh!
I'arties puiehasiiig half pounds or
laucy cauuisier, ieaa iiueu uu
aim cmuot be equaled for medical
m l.isrte,! .
e, Hutler and Egis. Joods
1 luunns ami nilicr makes of ( lne,vS
COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1878.
A BS AS- AD VENTWE.
An Incident ef Eoeiy Hcuntain Lifa.
Diek llarrou was me of the most
(larin-r ainonur the nioneei-s, and he
ainieareil to lie one ol tlie most mifor
tunate. Together witli oilier neip;h-
Imiis. Oiek 1 ml reinovei I from CX'iitiai
:iloraio to the western slope of the
Sierra Nevada Mountains. J lis liome
was in a wildly romantic and beauti
ful HjHit, and fortune appeared to smile
in urn mm. so far aslns necuniary mat
tern were concerned: for his land
yielded well in the summer and the
mines gave a fair yield of "yellow
dust" m the cooler mouths. .
JJut death came to the family of
The first stroke fell upon his eldest
Ihiv. a lad of twelve years of aire.
The little fellow was fond of hunting,
and, with liLs rifle, he would often
venture a considerable distance from
his home, and sometimes was very
successful in bringing down small
game. But one day lie was absent
much lieyond his usual time, and a
search discovered his maugled remains
lying at the bottom of a ledge of rocks.
He had evidently fallen from almve
and thus met a sudden and cruel
death. The blow fell heavily u)oii
Dick and his wife, but the man bore
bravely up under his grief, while the
woman gave way to melancholy.
Not loiitf after a second child, a lit
tle girl of rive years of age, sickened
and died. It now appeared as if Mrs.
Barron would go mad, and, for a tiim;
her agony was terrible to liehold. But
this gradually subsided, and the moth
er began to sink rapidly, and in a
short time after she followed her little
one, leaving still another child, a
daughter three years of age, to the
care of the stricken father.
The grief of Dick was not of an ex
plosive character, but it was deep and
enduring. Still he had something yet
to live for, and he went to work like
a brave man to work for his little Kva.
W inter had set in, and Dick had come
to the conclusion to make as much as
possible in the mines before spring,
and then to sell his property and go
to San Francisco, Avhere he could se
cure the advantages of education for
his little ones.
l or some timetheneighliorsof Dick,
as well as himself, had leen niu; h an
noyed by theft. Several lam Lis and
sheep had been killed, and poultry in
large quantities stolen. There was a
diil'ereuce of opinion with regard to
these depredations. Some said they
were committed by Indians, others by
wolves, and otliers by bears. But a
yet no snow had fallen, and as the
ground was frozen very hard, no
tracks were discovered. A large
gvi..iy licar was the thief and des
poiler, and lie must be hunted down
at once. It was not pupjioscd that
they would be obliged to go far to find
the animal, and so Diek seized his
ritle, and joined the party, leaving his
child still in lcd.
The tracks were fresh, and a dozen
excited men were soon on the trail.
In a short timelhey were on the mon
ster; but each man paused, turning
their eyes toward Dick, and waiting
for him to speak. The bear was stand
ing near the cabin door of Barron,
gazingat the child who was seated in
the doorway, watching the move
ments of the animal with evident cu
riosity, but without exhibiting any
signs of fear.
Dick felt his very heart sink within
him as he saw this: but his weakness
passed away in an instant, and with
out removing his eyes from the ln-ar,
"Men, can you use your lilies with
"Yes," replied several.
"Then raise them and have them
ready. Be sure your aim is good, and
that 'every bullet would lie buried in
the iio.ly of the lietiKt in ease of tiring.
But hold your shots until 1 give the
Instantly every rifle was raised.
Dick moved carefully iiround to
ward the back of the cabin. It was
his intention to enter the window,
seize the little one, draw her back,
and closing the door, save her. But
now the animal Wgan to utter deep
growls, and advance slowly toward
Kva. The father aw thjs, ?ml ex
claimed: "My darling, get up, go Into the
hoiHe, and close the door."
The child looked up, smiled, and
then arose, attempting to lo the bid
ding of the father; but the monster
advHjici'd with a fearful howl and as
the door Viui tl.Osieil against him, he
struck it witli one of his. huge paws,
shattering it into splinters. ' "
"I feared this. Kirej but be careful
and not injure my child:" cried the
He discharged his own piece, and at
the sime time a doen other rilles
rang out. The liear gave a most fear
ful howl, turned upon his enemies,
glaring upon them with eyes of tire,
and seemed just on the point of spring
iug upwii theni. Sudilonjy, however,
the beast appealed to.hange hioiuind.
Turning quickly around, the monster
entered the cabin. A shriek was in
stantly heard, and the father rushed
forward, Knite in nanti, to save ni
darling. But he was too late, for with
a bound, the beast had dashed through
the window, holding Kva in his teeth.
Oj! Ke raif wjtb alt is speed toward
the highest mountain beak, while the
cries ef the little one came back to the
ears of ihe liajt-lpintu: tatlier.
And now the moutr iieHtwi U as
cent, liearing its precious burden. On
ward it went and upward, climbing
forward, as rucks towcringaliove rocks
ar..c to olistruct his pathway. All
this time it kept upits fearful howling,
a i:d for ;; time tho waiU of the child
were heard; bui ibey l4uie lujnier
and Himer, until the sound could no
longer be distinguished. At length It
disappeared from view behind a jut
When the intention of the animal
was (iivt made apparent, a kind of ter
ror seized upon every heart, and a cry
of agony burst from every lip. And
eil might they have shuddered; for
they it'iv Knew full well thai the fero
cious animal was a she-bear, and that
she was carrying the child to her eyrie
den as fund fur her cubs.
For a time the father had s'-jood wiih
face blanched with despair, and wiih
fur in trembling like ihp browned
leaves which still clung to the trees
around him. But that weakness was
only momentary, for he lieeanie again
tne invincible father; aud, with the
speed of an antelojie, he rushed for the
cl ill's, his eyes fixed upon the point
where the U-ar had disappeared with
his loved dariii)g.
To any but the father, and to him
under any other circumstances, the
journey would not only have. I icon a
'weary J but alinst an impossible one.
But the anxious parent paused not for
an instant. Indeed, he seeuied to
rain new t-trenth and cour.ige at
eseiy .-h:p. Now a fearful rooky Iede
wouid obstruct his way,' but. he would
mount upward, making a ladder of
the fearful twigs which hung to their
sides, onward and upward, upward,
until tlje-iddy height upon whi Ji lie
stood was horrible to cAuteinpiitie.
But lie did not look hack. His child
was further on.
And 'now the jxiint was reached
where the liear was last seen.
At this instant a strange sound fell
upon ibe eats of th faiheit. Ai tir.- i,
it was only the cry of a chii 1. TI.cn
mingling with it, eame the fierce
growl of the she-ljear, and following
this the yelping of culm. Oh, what
fifiony tilled the fa tier's lipsom at that
moment! Could it be possible that
the ravenous lieasts were already in
the act of devouring his treasure?
Dick sank upon the solid rock.
while the iierspiration rolled in streams
Jfom, iiia face w
came over him, iKl he' felt himself
unable to move. ' - "
Then came a voice from below-. Jt
exclaimed,-- "Courage, Diek, I'll be
with you soon, aud will yet save your
child." ' - .
"Child! child:" murmured Die 7
he started up. "Yes, I must not gi
way to this weakness so long as t t
child vet lives, and I can hear iis
voice even now."
Tho poorfather lioeame strong again
He moved forward a- lew steiw, and
passed around' a point of rock, lrom
behind wincn eame uie .sounds.
A terrible Mgrrt met his gaze!
A little 1rl wax lyitig-uiwn her back
ujKin the roekV'. The monster was near
hery holding ner Uown-witn one of his
huge paws, which rested upon hor
breast. The little one had ceased her
strugglings, evidently in despair, and
was now sobbing as- if its oor little
heart was broken. Tlie liear was
bleeding profusely, and had evidently
fallen from exhaustion. The bullets
which had- been sent into her Uxlv
had given her, 110 doubt, her mortal
wound, but she was tenacious of life.
and could accomplish much after that
wound was received, but iietore her
life was yielded, l.ike the parent who
now sought bis daughter, the U;-st
thought of the liear was of her young,
and even in her dying agony sh
clung to the food she had brought
Only a few feet higher up weee- the
cubs. They saw the mother, aiuwtliev
appeared to anticipate a great feast?
for they were struggling to reach it,
while thej' lifted their young voices in
chorus with that of their parent.
Dick knew that he must save his
child soon, or it would be too late.
Soon he resolved to creep as near as
possible to the monster, ami then
spring upon her with his knife; for,
in his haate aud excitement, lie had
dropjied his rifle.
Just as he was moving forward, the
liear turned, and their eyes met. The
lying lieiu-t uttered a terrific howl,
aud theu looked down at her victim.
Then she glanced at her own cubs.
and again toward Dick. Her ex
pression seemed to say: "You will
have no mercy on my young; why
should 1 have any ujion yours ?"
it was a dreadful sr.sjiense for Dick.
He was satisfied that the bear could
live only a few moments. But what
might not occur in those moments?
A single blow with her huge paw and
his darling would be torn into frag
ments. A movement on his part
might cause this blow to tall. '
The hunter becomes so accustomed
to the various animals with which he
comes in contact that he can almost
read their very thought. Their ac
tions can nearly always be interpreted
correctly. So it was with Dick now.
He saw the intentions of the liear,
and knew that his own aetionmusl be
prompt and powerful, or it would be
He clutched his knife, aud with his
triii nerved with desperation, hope.
and a fatherly love, he sprang directly
tt the throat ot tlie monster, who re
ceived him with a tremendous howl
and with his mouth wide open.
Jiad the iieasl iieen uninjured tlie
struggle would have been of short du
ration, for the odds itetween a man
uid a grizzly liear would lie as great
s thut lietweeii a lion and a mouse.
But the monster was now dving and
death was near. She retained all her
courage and will, but not her strength.
Dick gave her several rapid blows
with his knife. She groaned almost
as a human oeing would nave done,
uid fell upon her hide. But Sshe re
covered in an instant, and striking
Dick, she threw him to the earth.
But the tatlier liai seized Ins beloved
daughter, and throwing her a little
apart, she was now out. of danger.
ot so with himself.
He was now stretched llat upon his
back, and both the paws of the lieast
were upon his iireast, and lie coind
feel the sharp claws entering bis Heal).
Tlie tw o great, glassy eyes glared jnto
his ow n, the terrible growl rang 111 his
lis, the jaws were extended, the
long white teeth glistened, and the
blood-red tongue was ready to lap up
hi blood. He Kiruggled, but could
not move. A moment more, and all
would le over for him forever, now
the death-grip was lixed uponhim.
And, to add to his agony, lie had
seen his chili I soring off and run tow?
aid tne ntc oi the clifT. It would litf
dasiied to pieeus in falling, eveu ati its
brother hud been.
But w ould this lie a misfortune, .since
the father must die? Would itnotle
better for her to join her loved ones
m another world than to remain ui
this cold one, alone?
Just at this instant, however, there
caixje the report of a rifle. The lear
relaxed heV hold aiid fell heavily upon
the body of Dick. . He rolled the ani
mal away and sprang to his feet. A
friend had arrived in time, and not an
instant too soon. Ha was holding
Kva in his arms. She was not hurt.
The father could not help shedding
tears over his rescued darling, for nev
er liofore had she appeared half so dear
to bint. But he resolved not to ex
ixie h?r p any luithf dauyei bt ttfC
kind, and so he took an almost iniriie
diate departure for the home he had
selected in the CJokleu State.
' 'Hair Ealm" in Georgia.
f'uite a number of merchants bank
ers 'and business men of that city want
to get hold of a chap who last spring
loaded them with "Dr. King's Balni
for the Hair." Vve deem it bur duty,
as journalists to interview some of the
victims of this "base wretch" and give
our readers a caution about buying
"hair balm"' from strangers. A gen
tleman gave !i tlio nnuie of eljdt
teeij oalif-headen gvintieuien M'lid,' ne
said; w ere taken ju, hut estrange to say,
neveiiteen of these gentlemen denied
having anything to do with "hair
LuliUi." One garrulous old fellow we
found willing to own up, ami iu reply
to our question, "How came you to
be taken'."' said: "Well, you know a
fellow sometimes has a -"It'll ood
natural weakness. When one of
these .-pells were on, the 'Balm Man'
cauieiutoiny ollice, and said he was
sent by Mr. . In a little speech
of live minutes he told me all the vir
tues and restorative powers of the
halm. He examined my heat, fcud
iave hi-, ojiiuioa ihat lily hair was
all right rather thin, but a few aj
plieations of the balm would make
me ti lhiy again. He was a powerful
smooth-talking fellow, and I confess
I 'kinder took to him.' He didn't
want :my money, only my note for
riftv dollars at twelve lnoijthSj and, if
il.e l,air was not two' inches long,
tlic n no pay. He said two bottles
would do the work. 1 casually asked
if he sold the balm, and his price. He
replied that he did at tell dollars per
bottle, but he preferred my note, as
my case was an eay one. He final
lv concluded to lot rqe have six Ihi
t'les for twenty-five dollars. Ife
wouldn't let anylnidy else have it at
the price, but I was known as such a
!!od man that he felt sure of selliDg
ten thousand bottles oil my certificate
whet he returned a j-eav. ' LemJ J
got -six bullies. ' He got twenty-five
dollars. Fur three months I rubbed
the infernal I mini on according to di
rections. My head got slicker and
and slicker, until it was like a piece
of polished ylass. If yt-ii c.;ii ioei a
nun- i-u mv huttd now with a ten-hdfse
mi? ro.-;i ope yoU caSi do niore than' liiy
wife can. Now, Mr. Ixn-al. if vou'Il
just produce that balni man, I'll U-t
vou five hundred dollars that in live
minuted he wili ie as 'bald as 1 am,
for 1 have sworn vengeajice, and will
Yolo's rrrailnntinT eliiss will 1 the
largest ever sent out fronj that insti-
the Florida confessions.
An Explanation cf Their True Inwari
sces ly tho Han who Unearthed -Then.
Henry W. Grady, in the Atlanta Constitu
tion. Having dissected the causes that
brought the confessions into existence,
1 wish to say something about the con
fessions themselves. .
1. As to their genuiness. Despite
the particularity with which all my
statements have lieen made, and the
promptness with which my telegrams
have been confirmed from all parts of
the country, there are many even now
who doubt the genuineness 01 tue eon
fessions. There need le no doubt 011
this subject. Before telegraphing a
word 1 had with my own eyes seen a
dozen of the affidavits properly attest
ed; in fact all of the important ones,
except that of Dennis. By this tune
the affidavits are in New York and
have lieen seen by dozens of persons,
Aconvofmost of them were there
liefore the matter was opened in Flor
ida at all. Indeed, 1 have little doubt
that bv this time till of the most ot
them have lieen publHied iu their offi
cial form iu the New York papers. It
is true that manv of the Florida Re
publicans have denied and still deny
that such confessions have lieen made.
This is probably liceause they were
not consulted aUmt them and proba
bly did not believe in their existence.
Those who did know it w ere liound by
the most solemu pledges and by their
own interests to suppress their knowl
edge and keep the matter under. In
a conversation v uh uennis lie at hrst
bitterly denied having given a state
ment, and only acknow ledged it w hen
he was convinced that the thing had
really leaked out.
The irepiuneness ol these confessions
lieing established, the extent to which
they go is the next .question. To this
there is hut one answer. They arc ab
solutely full and complete. There was
not a fraud committed that was not
thorouirhl v exposed. All the rascals
have confessed Mcl-in has told about
the general canvass; Dennis, ance
and Black, aliout the Alachua fraud;
Allen, Oreen and Martm, ainnit the
Baker fraud; Hardin, aUmt the Co
lumbia county fraud; Kdwartls and
Bowers, about Iheljeon county lrauu;
Hurlburt, aUuit the lx;ou fraud, and
so to the end of the list. Every se
cret litis been yielded up. Nothing is
now hidden. 1 he confessions are
backed bv the production of original,
altered or mutilated papers, and by
such circumstantial proof as cannot lie
doubted, much less disproved. The
Florida fraud the most outrageous,
villainous ami stinking that ever dis
graced the ballot system stands hid
eous iu the light of day, confessed, ex
i Ue stories show that the ilepunn-
cans were determined to carry Flori
da for Hayes at any price and in any
event. Jt is certain bevond oucstion
that the Northern Republicans knew
the infamous frauds that the local Re
publicans were committing day after
day and night after night. Dennis
says that Noyes, who was Hayes' con
fessed representative 111 l ioiida, knew
ofthe.se events as they transpired.
When he was pressing Dennis to
swear in the Alachua case, I'enius
said ; "If vou put me under oath you
will lose your case, for I will not
swear a he. i ll tool along all l can
till I get on the stand, and then it In
business. 1 won't swear falsely." At
this Noyes told hiui he needn't to
swear; and alter this admission on the
part of Dennis depended the Alachua
couut as correct. The whole crowd
caucussed together, and the repentants
say all things were discussed openly
in the caucus, ltwius simply impos
sible that the thing should nqt have
lie-en known by both sections of the
partv. It is unfortunate tuat there is
little room to doubt that Mr. Haves
himself knew of the frauds by which
he was put in olli.-e. Dennis told me
that he had the most pos;tie proof
that Hayes knew of every movement
that was made in Florida, and that he
would prove it at tho proper time by
the most undoubted authority. It is
to lie hoped for the honor af American
institutions that this is not trim.
The Florida Republicans arc ail bit
ter against j 1 ayes. He js literally
t it) 10.11 1 friends in tip-Stub. The on
ly protest that is made against the
present exposures is because of fome
party affection that is felt for Bisliee,
the Repuhhcan meniiier of 1 ongress,
whose seat isTn contest and is jeopard
ized by those exposures. They de
nounce Hayes in the roundest terms,
Denim remarking In thoke vernacu
lar that he'is ' tlio damnedest traitor
that ever lived since Judas went out
and hung himself,
The confessions will show a new
phase of American politics. It reveals
a more desperate state of things than
was ever suspected. One witness
swears that the Republicans attempt
ed to hire him to assassinate Dr. Bal
(o.'t, a Ileiuuu'aiJi, edi'.ui- a .ai,10aou
vjlle; that hfc refused to do. this, and
was given ten dollars to beat him on
the public streets, which, having got
the money, he faithfully tried to do.
It is sworn, also, that a movement to
burn dov. 11 the State House was pro
posed, aud that it ws r.e' tud uirr
iluui-ii. utt i.e aiiuceaim Dennis
had'oensultod over it, simply because
it was ladieved that the Democrats
hail copies of the returns enclosed
A Thrilling Tale of the Tonibigcee.
New York Times,
The town of CJay v;Ii-, situated
uoUiO ao iiities from the mouth of the
Tombigbee river, is at present groallv
excited over the departure of the local
colored minister, who recently
started down the river 011 board a
large and strongly-built colored sister.
The circumstances attending i lie min
ister's departure were i,e.tiiiur, and
their pi;UUtion may, perhaps, aid in
the recovery ot mo inirepui, iiiougn
The minister in question was of the
Colored liaptist persuasion, and was
famed throughout the IViinliigliee al
ley for his skill as i liptjzer, iv; wt.ll
iys fe,r l,i4 ai,im. as a pieaeher. There
is nodoubt that he was a fearless and
conscientious man. Instead of main
taining that politic silence 011 the sub
ject of chickens; which many colored
- . , I..
ministers insist is unsonueiy necessary
iu order to avoid chilling the fervor
of their hearers, this particuja luinis
ter p.evei- l;eil:uod U ueulai'o tiiat a
right" of property in chickens existed;
and that it should be respected in cer
tain cises, and to a greater or less ox
tent, by all honest men, especially
during "the season when hams are
readily accessible. This bold doctrine
instead of iniur;r.c; hi popularity, ac
tually iucrca-cd the resjiect in which
he was held by his congregation, and
gave hiui much prominence among
his ministerial brethren.
Among the colored ladies C'iay-A-ille
va.- one "L. hud long dc-sired to
uhiuii to tlie rite of baptism, but wiio
was deterred by a nervous dread of
drowning and by a strong repugnance
to the inevitable wetting which is in
separable from the rite. Scores of
times this estimable hu'v ims. U,eer
mir.oJ iu ie i-aptizei'i at the Dexf
available opjioituhity,' but at the last
mohieiit her coinage always fai!'".
her. In the days prior ti eiMOm-ipa
tioii, she had ,U-c. the niave of a Ciay-Viih-plaiti'e'r,
and she still retained a
warm af lection for the young master
whom she had nursed in his infancy.
2ot very long ago this younc tvri
called to see her, r;4 iiunshe ila
liien'et ihe lack' 01 courage which
shut lier out froni baptism. Whether
be was influenced by genuine kind'
ence. Mill perhaps never be known
but the advice which he gave his con
fiding nurse was the cause ot tuc pain
ful trairedv which followed.
The young man professed to lie sur
prised that the new safety baptismal
robe invented, as he alleged, by Rev.
Dr. Paul Jioyton, of New York, had
not vet Iteen adopted by the colored
Baptists of the South. He said that
he had one of these ro'oes in his pos
session, and that the wearer would
not only be safe against any possibili
ty of drowninc, nut also against tue
possibility of getting wet. Moreover,
it could lie worn underneath the usual
white cotton robe, w ithout any dan
ger of detection. The overjoyed can
didate for baptism enthusiastically ac
copied the young man's advice and his
V. . nf .. .1 .i,,,l ulm i, iinw leitlv-
sent word to the minister that she
would certainly ba ready for baptism
the verv next Sunday.
There was such a general distrust of
the sister's couraire that the colored
neonlo all assembled 011 the bank of
the Tombigliee on the next day, con
fident that her courage would fail, and
that she would endeavor to escape
from the hands of the minister. The
particular part of the river selected for
the ceremony was comparatively
shallow, but the current was swift,
and little lower down the depth was
at least ten feet. In fact, the minister,
in spite of his skill, had once lost a
convert, who was carried away by the
current, and who, on lieing rescued,
promptly went over to the Metho
dists. The timi-? candidate was an
unusually large woman, and was cer
tain to tax the minister's strength se
verely; so that there could e little
doubt that the ceremony would lie one
of unusual interest.
The sister arrived at the up'ioiiitcd
time, looking even larger than usual,
and walking with much difficulty.
The minister took her by the hand,
and she fearlessly uesi-i indil into the
water. All went well 1 11 it II she reach
ed a depth of aliout four feet, w hen
she suddenly fell upon her back, and
to the astonishment ot the spectators,
floated on the suffice of the water.
The exciteUHiitai this unprecedented'
event was tremendous, aud the air j
was rilled with enthusiastic shouts.
The minister's lace bow ever, wore a
troubled expression. He towed llo-
unaccountably buoyant sister out int..
deeper water, and attempted to place
her on her teet. 1 he attempt pro en
impracticable, and he theu tried to
immerse nor wituoiu ciiaic.mg iit
. . - . I..!.,..
position. In spile oi'a-1 lus etlorts he
could not force her unuer, and the
spectators who w ilnessed the struggle
soon became convinced that she was
bewitched. They counseled the min
ister to exorcise tlie evil one by w hom
she was evi lently pus-os.-ed w ith air
axe, and volunteered to supply him
with heavy weight. wherewith to se
curely sink her. That devoted man,
however, refused ineir counsel, aim
persisted in his ciihrt to immerse the
sister without the aid of weights. Fi
nally he threw his whole weight ujion
her, and in a moment the current
swept the pair beyond their depth.
In spite ol the danger o; in situa
tion, the ministers cliceii did nut
blanch. With great pieseui-e of
mind he seated himself comfortably
upon tlie floating sister, and, waving
l farewell to his congregation, uegaii
to sing cheerful hymn. The cur
rent steadily carried him on at the
rate of at least six miles, an hour, and
in a Abort time his w eeping congrega
tion M as lett out of sight and hearing.
Without oars or sails he w as unable to
navigate the sister to tlie shore, and
there is every reason to suppose that
lie fore the next morning he was far
out on the ulf of Mexico.
Captains of vessels navigating the
crulfhave lx-en roi nested to uucp a
sharp look for a uj'.it.'i lister in a
Royto.it lire-saving dress, carrying a
colored minister on her deck. lift us
hope that he will soon I e picked up
He has now been afloat live days
without provisions qr vvatci, and
must It? liejrjiaiiiig to feel ibe need of
Vi-fiCihinents. Of course any Captain
who may rescue him will not ask for
a rew ard, but if he tow s the sister into
port he can claim salvage to a large
amount, and libel her in the nearest
The Blue Umbrella.
i-'rjxrithe fM.ro".! Prei-i.
Ill the language of commerce, blue,
as a color, is looking up. Strange as
it may appear, it has taken mankind
over 4,imio years to discover the merits
the true blue, as it were of tho
azure ray. This is tlio more frpgo
as Nit nre has svi i.in. example 'of
het ho,e fur blue-a blue sky is 'over,
liead and thee-fourths of the earth's
surface, "the sea, the blue.loiie .t.-H,"is
of that (to'orj and a.- an example of the
of the eternal fitness for things, the
prospect of a whole nation looks par
ticularly blue at present. Blue eyes de
note a peaceful temperament; a blue
light ahead signifies th;d nil ix fvty
and serenity (on, y luitio-.d'; the fa
moi'S S lip law's were solid, sulier and
sombre, and a nose of blue shows a
frigidity of temperament that pertains
to it dwreller in the North, as the Ket
says to the Laplander:
"With bill", cold nose ami wri'-ti Uroiv
Traveller wbeure em jt,v vwm"'
-ill" l, lasuj-, iii.iii ii4i
cotton umbrella wvcrhoad, is certain to
lie a man of calm uunb!ed demeanor,
a man whose deportment is us ',ir I
above censure as bis i-I ntbix-lli ' is l
at'CVP. ,;. iiv'tcl.
V'U;imltlj,':: Uue u.n'orella is ev
il' seen in a hurry. He never figure
in a divorce case. He rarely luu a
lawsuit, and fevei '.-b, ::- ''' .l"i'j en
ter p,', hi-tboughi-.. J I w alk and
conversation arealike -low and cir
cumspect, and no visionary railroad
schemes or joint stock companies em
anate from the head up m which de
scends the sulidtiou lighl of a blue
tuii iimlirella. The umbr '1- that is
wildly waived, al'.-i t i-elroaliiig street
e;;;: io nut oltie. -o
umbrella serves as a
to a man
who is vaiulv searching i'-u
at - A. .M. It is always the
ern silk umbrella that is
mistake. It is the siil; umoi-vlla that
keeiw the fiiin alike from the ju-;t and
the ini just. It is the I;i"'.!l! umbreda
that ildehis the insurance agent, the
Jixhtning-rod man and the sew nig ma
chine peddler, and to sum up the evi
dence, what this country w ants is to
return to the honest ami tnisi.wt.ituy
shade of the blue coii.cn im.MeJU.
What Quean Vi;. 2a: lose.
From a speech of Mona. Nmlmid in the
"She has done other thing", but you.
would laugh too much if I t'vl-l iheiti
lo you." Voivc. ''.Nil! no! 'Jell
M. Martin Xadaud It will be per
mitted me to say, me, au of! KcjiLib
lican, w ho cannot '.'-pt,i led of
Royalisiu, that itft- i U..n ii,ountvd
lipoll tlC lhrillt', -the ha.- H-telere. Hll-
otUcv servr -i, and it would lie well
that that service might be rendered
to France by our French women of
the higher classes. Mother of a fami
ly of nine children, she has suckled
the whole nine of then-. i'i''t;i,i-ii-dous
laughter ,ivi .pi-faiise 6s the
J-cA. il'$k on! Yes, she has. sucked
aU 'nine of them!
M. itob.t. JliV";-M-""You cannot,
hovc.vc.y, j, iL-at (,f the Marshal
M. Martin Nadaud "J have only n
word more to say. When she knows
that there are noble ladies whi luuin
don their infants to v 'i- , she will
not reye'Tvi tuem at eoiul. The.t
grand and sublime example liears its
liuits. Mothors and children tnl
themselves the belter f.i,' i, .ind it
would be Ift'.tT i'.ut we forget less iu
Fiance iftese Uiattruid and humane
A'OL. XXIII. NO. 12.
. A LOVE TSA3ESY. ,
Sow Two Uesleans Settled an Affair of
A Memphis paperiionlainsa lengthy
account of a terrible love t raged y
which recently occurred at fhiadala
jara, capital of the State of .Jalisco.
We condense the facts as follows:
A vounir. beautiful anil Wealthy
widow hail two ftuitors, the one lieing
!i t-ilnnl li.ixlie-il slllilelll. 11 nil the!
other a dry goods clerk. The former,
though graciously looked upon as a
friend, met several reverses as n lover,
and finally, for reasousnot made pub
lic, was prohibited from calling muni
the beautiful but bereaved widow.
The dry goods clerk, on the contrary,
was an Adonis, ever warmly received
by his Venus. His hopes for gaining
the heart and hand of his idol -in
creased daily and attracted public at
tention. '1 his .produced ferocious jeal
ousy and desperation iu the mind of
the more unfortunate rival, une day,
a Friday, (supposed to be an evil day
in the calendar of gossips),- the widow
threw open her residence lor the re
ception of friends. The attendance
was large, and composed ot the aris
tocracy of (Juadidajara, the second
city of the Republic in culture, taste
and refinement. A ' grand ball fol
lowed the reception, and the finest
music floated forth its harmony to
make the affair as delicious as it was
brilliant. Among those in attendance
were tho young medical student nnd
the dry eoods clerk, the latter having
considerable local fame asa jioot. Du-
served that his rival was the partner
llifi llivui'-'.i iiiiiiAl'.s ill,- niu'irut IHf
f the charming widow, it fact which
intensified his jealousy, liable to
mtrol himself', the disciple of Kseu-
Iapius startled the assemblage by iu-
uitingm the most elegant manner
the dry v,ds clerk, and followed t hi
by challcnirinir him to a duel I here
mil then. The man of tape instantly
accepted the challenge, and being pic
pared for emergencies, the duel took
place without uniiecess-iry ceremony.
Hie principals selected their seconds,
ind walking into the patio or court
yard of tlie residence of the widow ,
ommenced their deadly work. The
lirsl 'iot of the dry goods clerk wan
..tl, as was that of the medical stu- j
dent. Both Mere mortally wounded
and expired in a few moments. The
affair was conducted in such a cool
and business-like way that the assem
blage could scarcely believe anything
had happened until they saw the two
dead liodies lying in thV patio. The
woman iu the case, beholding the ter
rible sight of which -he w as the prime
cause, burst into tears and exclaimed:
"My CodI pardon me, 1 uiu inno
cent.'' Bishop Clarkson on McCoskry.
from au interview witu Bishop Claiksou
pubiiMheil in the Omaha Ut-rald.
'"J'he papers have made a mistake
in regard to the estimation iu which
lii.shop McCoskry was held in Un
church. He was never considered as
profound a ihinker, scholar or theo
logian tis Bishop Coxe or Hunting
ton, but he was most esteemed for bi
geiiiality and warm-heartedness. e
was educated at West Point, and lad
a dignified and commanding air. be
wa the finest looking mail on the
Board of Bishops, and they all loved
him like a brother on account of bis
geniality, generosity and kindness."
"I see that there are reports in some
of those papers that he has lieen ac
cused of this kind of thing hofure."
"I never heard of any such things.
He was uiivci'aliy esteemed and
loved,. v (s know ii in every town iu
Mie-higuu. If there had ever been
any such talk I certainly would have
"He is a very old man'.1''
"Ye.-; seventy-fin r years old."
"When I tiw him three years ago
he seemed to lie rather freble."
"Well, he is rather well precrvoil
for a man of such great ago. Of course,
the weight of so many years tolls upo.i
him. It seems imiKVisj'hle that such a
lean shooj-j hut I will not say itn
lCtsii,le for you know that even one of
the apostles fell. It may be iK)ssiile,
but it ought to be proved bef're cre
dence should be given to it. 1 have
seen nothiiiif in iho reports that satis
(leA me thai he has lieen guilty of
crime. He was a man of full generosi
ty. He was always helping every
liody in every grade ef society, high
and low, w ho apjiealed to hiiu. He
always went aUmt doing go!. Thin
has been his. icputatiuu fur years."
" hen did he resign his ollice of
"About four weeks since It was
on the 1-jtii of March."
"Have you board of this ln-fore'.'"
"1 had heard slight intimations that
there was some trouble, and I met he
Rev. Mr. Harris, who is n ihi -um-mittec.
I askv'l J.Uu if his brother
had vvmun him anything, and he
sakl, iot a w ord.' Now , Or. Harris
is one of the comniittecin whose hands
these letters were placed, and he ad
kept it so close that he had even
informed his iuother vai-crmijg it. So
yousee tliat ',t was. mqKis.-ible for tlie
rep,i Jiv.-f to have hiid access to tliPin."
"Bishop MeCoskry's resignation ;m
not boen accepted yet, has if' '
"No, sir. The Bishop utcet on the
17th of .Itino tq uAVit'r tut' matter."
"Tld, whole matter will have to
couieup then, will it not',"'
"es, the law; is very clear on that
point. lfinsthat tlie Bishojn can
h'it vUi.V take in'" cunidenitlon the
reason assigned for the resignation,
but may inouire into any other,' and
this matter w ill have to come before, ,
"What Is the proeedtU'C In Mob !
"In tli" th-..t t-la.-e ibore is what you
mi;'bl jiil a graini jury, w bo bear the ;
e iilence in the case, and jf they find j
that there is sufficient evidencu they
briugiua crdi-t. Theu tbiiv- i'. a
jury of oleveu I'.ishous vttoseu who
liear tiic evidence, liulh tho church
iind ',!() iii Ui'd h.tvo it right to ap
pear with counsel, and an op)iortuui
tyisgivento bing out all the evi
dence.'' How many Bishop ;ij-. thi-io','"
"There are sixty; but three of them
are Missionary Bisluips, One is in
China, one in ,l:i-uu and one iu Afri
oa; soop.ly Hlty-,seve.n w ill take part
"AY hat ttlocl will this have on the
"Of course, it is a very sad thing.
It wiil uive men of the world un op
portunity to scod'and sii-vr ut Chris-
tian'ty. I hve felt wry badly since
I heard it, i'lie fast
t wo days ha vr: )
booh the. saddest days the church has j
ever seen iu America, but 1 do not i
think it permanent injury. Jf Bidn.-p j
McCoskry is. guilty, it can lie proved!
without a doubt, and he will not be j
pei muted to resign. He will he de
P'v;od 1'roin the ministry. And w ben
the w orld sees thai even the
tlo.il, Standing t lie mflui-iwe y s'ivm i !
man W 111 not save htm, H.id Hie
Church will not condoo toiJi miries,
it must connuaii't respect. It the
Bishop is tjiilty, nothing can mvc
Woinin-stetiling for the Turkish
Ucultet is a cuminoti trade in Circa.
la. A Turk in Seutaria was recef.ily
buying ti couple of girls, wb,cn it t
curred to him that pcrl.vui Hiey were
stolen. He Hskvtheni, Put they could
not ut'.iUr-ani his meaning. He
Ueo applied to the police, who brought
In the nearest Bulgarian as hUerjuv
tor, and be re.-ogiii.od tho jirt as his
ow n d.iughlers.
Ywisblngton ci utos miidcn ts think
th.at the Pacific railroads will not con
lost the Thurinaii bill in the courts,
and that it would ! foolish for theui
Sprisg Mi Daily!
Eastern Market !
Sk'lect'jit iu I'orvai by
MRS. M. RUTTLE.
Such Low Prices were never before
Heard of in Columbia in Dress
Goods, Millinery and
t.-ul It's' ninl Misses Trlniiiicl Mint 1111
triiiuiiisl Hats in K't-ul alninilancf, from z'y
The tluest ami inoBt lii-autlful Klmvorainl
I'lumes Ht Huoli low prices tlml woulil
I 'all inal He nnd price my Hrex mh1h,
RiMxiiis, Hows mill 1 is. All new (mltei on
aud style, nti'l nl n-aouisliiii'j luw limuit-;
can net l ntHlcrsulil.
Amiperb stock uf very new Mid chnica
artieli's iu Jewelry anil INotluns, I-aus, -ti
lKlles' and I'lilMren'M line Nti'H?s Jiett re
ceived from Hie maiitiUutni us.
All of iuy new Klerk of lSirlm Mllllrcry
and Press iiixxls, Trimming. el. are otll-r-el
at t tie lowest price lor cash only.
" No trouble to hbow kmm1s. Cotne one,
come all, to tlie lashioiialile estttliilKlimi-iiL
ol XI. HI TT1.KX, west xevi'ilth Mreet, o.
lumhia, i'enu. HH il-'i-lin.
First National Bank
Of Columbia, Tennessee
, Y Y- l -
! UOS il UUUt'iai hUUKlUK UUH
T. W. KEESEE, President.
Lfl'Jl S l KlbKSON.Ciihhl.-r.
K. Kl llN.
T. W. TI UI'IN-
We have in stock a first -class u-soil-meiit
AI -o 1 lal lie-s !Vin
W.O() to wioo.oo
Our wnik i-. lir-t-i-lass; lie- pn.-,s ,.-.ni
t hail I Ie- sunn 1- mil ol ii ! U nil I"- I.iui;lit
not 1 1 i if i 'ottii.i liia.
Kl JIN .V 1 1 Itl JN.
ITelson House !
JVIi y .s & J J o c 1 si ) i i ,
RATKS sMM. pKR PAY.
Wl also ll.ive h l.'.V'-I.V Stable roil III. I, I
M'lt li llu- bouse, wire, m-v an,t t-b ani t in n
oills, w biirii will be l-.iriiislii-d promptly by
applying to the I'luprietors. janl 1-7 ;-((.
JOilN T. TUCKDK.
W. I'. Tt CKI-.K
J. T. &W. F. TUCKER,
Wholusale and littail
Nort h-t-uht Corner 1'ublic :-iiinre,
Coin inljid, : : : Tciincsn(.i,m
Dealers In ool ton ami idl k; n-I-i of priHlm e.
Liberal ml van cum mailt- on immIm iu store.
JAM. V. Hh'X iKS, Machinist.
TllOS. J. W A LK Kit, Traveling Aenl.
Brooks & Wnlkcr.
We li speclfn liy Invitij the n: 'tint Ion ef
th i-lti.ce.s .( I ohiliib'a, Maury ami ml
loinin isiuiiiit-ii ihftt ue iiuve opfiictl u
Sen in Machine ltepaii .Shop. V ran lake
any old machine, put in new palls, where
neetissi y, ull I he latest improvements, ami
make it as cooil as new, lo tlie ilehtfhl ami
satlH'ai-: Ion of owners, and at a very small
.1. V. If.-tK.i.'. iia bail llftm u yc.i'rt CTix-ri-eni'ii
i v. be iiiaiiiiliti-liiiiiiK iLiei l-i-pairlii'x
oj all Kinds ol KcwhiK Maeliluft. and w ill
give satistacl ion or no ch ii oi.ete.
Duns, 1'istols and hock s n.ianeil. K'eyn
tilted, and all k Inds lit ma -hiiw-ry re
paired with i)f:eU.---i uiel dispan-ii, ami
We K'Jt .t:e iilne Net ilb.s, nil and Ar
tHr'.tAieliUi. 1 , 1 ve us a e;i !1.
I'orrespoudeiu-ii wllj the eountry solicit
ed. Agents lor l.itp.-t linprovi d Wle-eh r
and WiImiii 1 li 'iiie s.
I T ltice.- li iiiin llJi.i K, 1 jr. Sheepan's
Old Wtaml, lijipesile I list l'r-,by.,i lull
thumb, lianieu silruet, C'elumbia, Icuii.
Pure Bred Fowl
coi.i'Mbia, i i;nm.-i;i:
llici'Ui-l and Snippi-i id
:2S for halclilii
sale nl nil times.
X ill S'eiis-M. I "ll ?. fel
in hi e' ai 1 1 hi mii v i ii
I'lllll III llll I' H I lolls. U II 'i
toail ouleis and
aro res perl lull v soln-iU-il.
to the Afflicted
4 I i ti 1 in. .ti I ii ii a. ..r-.. i I ! rn-U I . , i tv leil ceil as
t he most r now ie d noli k em - r in .:. '
lielor the pllblle III lli e Mliet et elll tl tell
lury, lor llu: pel lett rule ol belli
MAN AND BEAST!
1 b is piii ij I.ii arel w at In i!;ii4 inne-fy k-i
lutii; i-i'.'-l i-y snUeiin bums inly , l l ln
ttiiiiieiii'l' 1 pi-Hifs el il-, mi i jl s by all hav-
l.i. ll.'.l il. ,iri,l.itel ,.iiti.: Mini ti-j
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mo-i sivnui remedy aud iput-k r'liwvrr
riAKOND OIL rOSLUSES
Th K'st f 'iiici-iilrHte.! IPa'tu l'i opei t in ..
Qulrkest Kclri'l;r!c Arts lur I'nin KeJli-r.
to'it-t Colllbui l .MeiheatlHi .NereM,lltvt. M H
l.inlmeul (or MAN AMI JUIAS. f, H-,.,
tit.luwt lor piibiu- iH-aef.i. j iio.il nerni"
wlio will use lliisKiiii.-iieiii io time will I ,,
convinced tlml M l- a sure earn lor Itheu
i matlsin, Neiiial-;in, ItniK.-s, Spiaiu.-t,
Sw-ehinyH, 1'inu--. t u!s, l- b.n, 'lunmrs,
Piles, In.iuru'.l I. nobs. Seiidj. i.mn, i)rJ
tlieria, Sout "lhioat. I out liaci.e, llerularlie
Inseet tlites, I'lls, 1'el.-, T:t i - AVuriri, etc'
hr 1 lie liuniaii race AN Pis A IlKsI'lIVl"
ri'Ki; lor .Sweeny. Kim. Isuie i. s;traiiiK, al
iens, sin my, Colic, liens, Viiiiuw, !,!
Kvlls, ' stile a ini Sl:,i p t oinp, units, and all
I i;t-iier;ii iiihi nst! in si. mi.i many ottier
Hftliriious i,t (with Man an,: Peast.
lHAV'-'N'!' is I"" sale by J'. P. tt-ilns,
j lU-uiftftsl. Cclunilila, 'ienn., lining m-i-ji )t..
i i-iilii niciid. d b ali I 'l i. . u 1st.-, 1'n vslcians,
! and every omi who has u-i-1 It. 1'iloe 7,",
j ri,ts per bottle. I'leparHd bv W. K. i'A.
liAN'iV I'hHudrli'liiit. iliaiii-h iimi.-h;
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