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McARTHUR INQUIRER. AGRICULTURAL
To Destroy Moles.
( ' ; Shooting them is recommend
eel by one who has tried it as
follows: "Be out early in the
r'-.-,-';,.' , ..... .....
'"morning' with the gun' when
'.' tliey.7. jjtre Ijjuiy' rooting, steal
quietly to the place (up wind),
1 et the gun almost perpendicu
lar over themmuzzle ahout a
foot or a foot and a halt from
the ground,, consistent with
safety watch until' they com
, menbo 1 to'- root,, then "blaze
" away." ' Dig down afterward.
' tea to one u mole is there, as
" dead as a herring, although he
has been six or eight inches be
low the surface.
Persons desirous of obtaini
. tag large fowls, equally good as
layers of large eggs, and also
i combining good table '"qualities
with early maturity,' and being
perfectly hardy, should ..cross
the Dorking hen with a small
Brahma cock. The cross be
tween the Dorkiiims and dark
Brahmas is also good for the
table, being so easily raised, but
their eggs are small.".
Houses for Farm Laborers.
Many of our best farmers are
coming to the conclusion that it
docs not pay to keep their
homes as boarding-houses for
their farm hands, and are erect
ing houses in which the men
an board with their own fami
lies, thus releasing the farmer's
wife from much of her prover
bial drudgery. It works well in
other kinds of business, why not
in farming ?
A bee-keeper gives the fol
lowing plan to prevent a swarm
of bees from getting far away
from the hive, with the state
ment that after ten years' ex
perience he has never known it
to fail once. As soon as they
show the first symntons of
swarming, stop up most of the
outlets of the hive so as to force
them to be considerable time
coming out. The swarm being
mado up in part of young bees,
.many of them cannot fly well,
and as nothing can be done by
the swarm until they are out,
they fly about in the air ; by
prolonging their exit the feeble
ones become tired, they alight
to rearrange their iourney. If
they xan leave the old hive ail
at once, they care very little
Summer Blankets for Horses.
. Blanketing horses in Summer
lias now become an acknowl
edged necessity, and light
. blanketu are now an important
portion of a harness maker's
stock. The materials used for
these are brown and bleached
linen, scrim3, flannel and light
brown duck. Muslin sheets are
also used, but these, as well as
those made of duck, are not
popular. Linen and flannel are
the favorite goods; they cost
more, but arc durable and look
well ; twilled braid is used for
binding and joining, and some
ef the finer qualities have mon
grains or the name of the
horse worked on in very narrow
braid of the same shade as the
ocrims is used more , as a
protection against flies than for
any other purpose, and being
requires to be well bound and
secured to the seams ; a strip
of - light leather should be
stitched on under, the braid,
either on tho back of the scrims
r between it and the braid ;
the, edge of the scrims must be
turned in so that the outer row
, of ititqhes will pas through two
thicknesses: if this is not done
it will ravcj and the' binding
oorae off. V
Democracy of Oho,
Democracy of Oho, A DOPTED IN CONVENTION
COLUMBUS, AUGUST, 6, 1873.
Ilnoirnl, Tlmt tho Democratic party seeks
to revive no dead issues, but stands by its
principles, which nru suited lu till times unci
lirrunistnnces! it supports thu Federal Oov.
eminent in nil Its constitutional authority,
ami opposes nullification unit secession. It
defends the reserved rights of the Stutcs nnd
the people, unci opposes rent ijiI i.iition that
would impair or destroy them. In order to
maintain ami preserve theso rights It insist
upon tho strict construction or tlio Federal
Constitution; it resists nil attempts of onu de
partment of the (iovornniont to usurp or de
stroy tho constitutional right or lndcuun
iluni'U other departments; it opposes all In
terference hy law with private nlluira of bus
iness of men, not required by the piddle pence
of safety, anil advocates tho greatest indivlil
nal liberty consistent with piddle order; it be
lieves in the capacity of tlm people lor self
government, and opposes nil property qualill
callous an condition:! to thu l ight of suffrage
or eligibility to hold olllce; It favors liberal
laws for tho iintiiiall.:itioii of foreigners; it
Insist upon equal and exact Justice to all men;
It opposes all monopolies, ami denies that it
is w iihin tho province of tho Ciovorninoiit to
legislation for tho lienell t of part1 .ular class
es at the expense and to tho detriment ol tliu
rcstof tho community; it therefore opposes
the system by which a largo portion of the
profit-producing wealth of the country is ex
empted from taxation, and demands that nil
constitutional means bo used to remedy this
Injustice; it insists that our tariff jaws sliould
be framed with a view to revenue, and not to
tax tho community lor the benellt of particu
lar industries; it recognizes tho evils of an Ir
redeemable currency, nut Insists that In the
return to specie payments; care shall be taken
not to seriously disturb . tho business of the
country, or unjustly Injure tho editor class;
it appreciates the bcnollts conferred by rail
roads, Uit opposes all combinations of rail
road companies to prevent competition and
thus enhance tho cost of transportation; it op
poses all law's that (jive to capital and advan
tage over labor; It requires honesty and econ
omy lu every department of Government,
Federal or Statu, and it condemns corruption,
whoever may bo the guilty parties. It is in
its very nutitro, and as a uocossary result of
its principles, a party of progress, mid sup
ports nil measures of reform and improve
ment Unit are sanctioned by Justice and com
mended by sound practical wisdom.
ttenolcrj, That tho wealth of the country is
the product of its labor, and tho best use of
capital is that gives employment and liberal
wages to tho producing classes; hence every
just incasuro that tends to protect them from
oppression, and to improve their condition
and dignify their calling, deserves anil re
ceives our sympathy ami support, and that
wo cordially recommend thu conservative
resolutions adopted lit the recent National
Labor Con Kress at Cleveland, favoring arbi
tration and co-operation. ,
. Ilewlvrtl, That, although ulwnvs constitu
ting a largo majority of the American people,
agriculturist have never demanded of liny
eminent, State or Federal, auv special privl
ilcge; have never Infosled Halls of Congress
or Legislatures with lobbyist and rings, but,
on the contrary, have suffered under discrim
inating and unjust laws until forbearance has
ceased to be a virtue; we hereby pledge our
mnocro and honest efforts lo obtain for them
redress of grievances and equal aud exact Jua
Resolved, That tho public, lands sliould be
sacredly reserved for actual settlers, who will
dwell upon and cultivate tlieui, and that we
will continue to dunouiico and opposo, as we
have always denounced ami opposed, all gifts
of such lands by the Government to incorpor
Html ml. That tho greatest danger to free
institutions is the widu-sprcud corruption
that threatens utter destruction to public vir
tue; when Credit Mohilicr frauds pass unpun
ished', when those engaged in them arc eleva
ted to high olllciul position; when scats in the
Federal Semite are notoriously purchased;
When vast sums of moncv aro cnrriintlv em
ployed in popular elections; wdien an army of
uiiu-B-iiiiiucrs wim ine sanction oi tneiiovcru
inent ue their oflleinl inllnenco to control
elections; when bribery of CiisUnn-house olli
cials is an established usage; when rings of
plunderers are the recipients of millions of
money appropriated for public, use; when of
ficial defalcations are of such i'requcut occur
rence as scarcely to excite attention; when
Presidential pardons relieve delimiters from
deserved punishment, and Presidential ap
pointments reward Credit Mohilicr and salary-grabbing
Congressmen, ami when Con
gressional investigation is generally awhito
washing affair, it Is not strange that men be
gin to lose confidence in free institutions, and
that the fame of tliu great Republic is tar
nished throughout the civilized world. To
remedy these evils we insist tlmt the receipts
and expenditures of tho Government shall be
diminished; that its patronage shall be cur
tailed and all useless offices abolished; that
it shall cense to usurp functions lo which it
has uo title; that olliclul misconduct and fraud
and corruption in elections shall be rigorous
ly punished, and that public virtue shall be
upheld, and want of it condemned, by the uni
ted voice of the people.
.VWw, That we condemn, without re
serve, the late act of Congress granting addi
tional salaries, as unjust and iinliistillabie,
and demand its immediate and unconditional
repeal, anil wo denouiico every member of
Congress, whether Republican or Democrat,
who supported the law or received and re
tained the money procured thereby; and wc
especially denounce the conduct of President
Grant in using the iuflucnccof bis high posi
tion for its passage, and whose niacin! signa
ture innile it a law.
Ilenoleed, That the act of tho President in
setting up by bayonet a Government in Lou
isiana, not chosen by her people, and having
no title whatever to rule over theni, was a fla
grant violation of her rights and of the Feder
Retolctd, That every Department of liovcr
mcnt being in the hands of the Republican
party, they arc justly responsible for the evils
andMvrongs in the legislation and administra
tion of w hich tliu country complains.
Remdrrd, That, under tho time-honored
Democratic banner, with this declaration of
principles inscribed on its folds, we engage in
the conflict, mid we earnestly appeal to patri
otic men of every class, without regard to par
ty names or past difference, to iinito with us
on terms of perfect equality in tho struggle to
rescue the Government from the hands of dis
honest men, and redeem it from the Hood of
corruption wtiicii tlireatens Us ruin."
Berry Pcddiso Steamed.
Four cups flour, one cup sugar,
una cup milk, two eggs, two
tablespoonfuls melted butter
one teaspoonful soda, two tea
spoon mis cream tartar, one
teaspoonful salt. Steam one
and a half hours. Cutter the
pan, into which pour the batter,
Shut the steamer very tight,
and keep in steam until cook
ed. When rightly done it
Pftnioa frnm i ha cfon mor lAnL-iiin
like a loaf of cake Fruit to
taste, mixed with the batter be
Senator Morton is a diseased
sinner, a hypocrite and villian
It was Morton who increased
the salary bill from $5,000 to
$7,500. This Republican saint
is imported into Ohio, to aid in
electing Noyes Governor this
fall. This salary swindler
opened .the campaign at Athens,
with a defense of tho salary
thieves. The party who would
import such a scoundrel to this
State, to teach the people their
duty, should bo defeated at the
polls for their insolence and
Two colored men have been
nominated by the white-skinn
ed Republicans for the Legisla
turo one in Franklin, and the
other in Hamilton : county in
response to the plain demands
of their colored brethren for
office, made by them at their
recent State Oonvention at
THE ROMANCE OF CURE!
The many evidences of extraordinary cures
unit are uiiiiy reporieu nscueeieu uirougii
Heady Relief and Perfect Purgative Pills. In
written testimonials from all parts of the
world, surpass in wonder the most extravagant
miracles of enchantment. Physicians and
medical r.iuu In all countrltu pronounce, these
wonderful roniodlu a mystery, that neither
tlieirs:;ienceof analysis or chemical skill can
explain. Truo, these medicines effect the
inostmnrvelnuscuros,and restore thedyiiiglo
life, and relieve the most wretched paln-suf-fering
victim of his tortures, in from out lo
ttctnty minutes, and although they know some
of the ingredients of their composition, and Dr.
Railway lias published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
both Kreuoh.Geriunn, Knglish and American
chemists and pharmaceutists utterly fail witli
thesaine ingredients as prepared by them. Tho
great success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly achieving, lies in the great se
cret of combining the ingrcdioiits together,
afterexerclsing duo euro in selecting the pure
Such wonders of Modem ( hcmlsh'V us the
SA USA PARI (.1,1 AN IIKXOLVKNT, KKADY
itti.tt.i' .1 it.viiH At'S I'Jbl.S, are without
parallel in the History of Medicine, for there
are some inlirmities and diseases that are con.
sitlcred usiiicurablo, anil sum death. Yet the
most astounding cures liavo.been made thro
these remedies of sonio diseases that have nev
er been known to becured bvinediclne.
rovsirui'l'inv ucitoVri a wni'i'L'
SWELUNU.Tuinora in the Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries, ilowels, Jlriglit's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced Inc.urnblo,
lancers, Ulcers, Swellings, Hlone in tliu Jllail
iler 'alciiloiisl 'oucretioiH, Ulcers aud Sores of
tho Hones, Ric.kels so deeply seated that no
other medicines have been known to reach,
have been cured bv the SARSAPARIM.IAN
KKSOLVKNT, aided by tho RKADY RKUKK
Puly. Paralysis. Drvdaninmo thnt threat
ens a-living detfh daily rotting away of the
iiiuiis ami nesii jiiiiueces, involuntary Dis
charge Df WiUor, Fungi in the lShuMer tthe
hinperor Napoleon's tlisease),Torturing pains
........ ...... UII1IV, l,Ill,lll,lll7iU,
(iOUT, N KU H A I.GI A each and every one of
these complaint though hut a few of the
ny other diseases, Radwav's Sarsaparillian
oiveiitbas cured and is daily curing In all
parte of the world.
Jnono word, any tliseaso m matter under
wiiac name uesiguateii, that Is nourished or
increased by bail, imimre. denrnved. weak.
thin, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
bv RA I VI AY'S SAUSAI'AIMI.T.IAV UK.
f. Railway Co. have never claimed one
hundreth uni t of tho curative virtues for their
remedies as Is ascribed lo them by the peoplo
such diseases and conmlnints as Dr. llailwav.
.,irii4,,u uauti mem. itir iii'ili ill 11111111. iiiiiv
niierniicccnsiui n eailllclll Willi UlCir l'lUHCUICS
Knew they would cure, were enumerated in
ineir ciirau ve 1 1st. so t nat man v of the evt raor.
dinnrv cases that have been renorted mvnken.
en us in urn astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial ngenlsasin those who had lieen
rescued from death, and made whole mid
As many persons discredited their extraor-
niiiary power, irom the tact ol their tlisnp.
pointmciit in the use of other advertised reme
dies antl some believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs. &c. should possess
such marvelous power. Yet Ihcv ran readily
comprehend that the simple grasses of the
Held, nrterunilorgoing the chemical process of
distillation designed liv nature In Ihecownnil
churn, furnishes us witli butter cerlainlv Hie
most abundant fat, caloric or liout-nink big
horn', tissue, muscle, sinew mid blood-mnking
constituents forthehiiiuaii body,
llitl when thoso people who'll rat doubt Ibo
,-iucnc.j "i wicse reiiieoics commence llieir use,
iiiey ocronio tueir inosi earnest nilvoeates.
TIIU M,Y RAKE & Sl'RU RKMKDY KOIt
TAPIS, TIN, & WORMS UP AI.I, KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE,
Xever has a medicine taken Internullv. been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb. Uterus. Ovaries or Rowels: the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hands of ex-
Derienced Burgeons: but Dr. Radwiiv's Sar-
snuarillian settles this uuestion. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, ns well ns Tumors in the Ilowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Kfftision,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured by
Hkvkri.y, SI ass., .Inly 18, iscn.
1R. Uadwav: I have had Ovarian Tumor
In the ovaries and bowels, All this doctors
snltl there was no help for it. I tried every-
tiling unit was recommended, nut Homing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent nud thought
1 would try It, but 'had no faith in it, because
I had snffcrcd lor 12 years. I took six bottles
of the Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Iteaily Relief,uiid
there is not a sign of a tumor lo be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and liaunier
than i have for li years. Tho .vorst tumor
was in the left side of tho bowels, over the
groin. I write this to vou for the benellt of
others. You can publish it if you choose.
11AAAAI1 1. 1VMA1T.
AN IMPORTANT LETTKIt
From a nroiniuont gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for thu pust forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the United States:
NKW'YORK, Out. 11th, 1870.
Dr. Radw ay Dear Sir: I am induced by a
sense of duty to tho suffering to make a brief
statement or tnu wonting or your medicine on
invself. For several years I have been millet
ed with some trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culniitia-
ten in a most lernuiy mulcting disease, wincii
thu physicians all said was spasmodic, stric
ture, in tho iirethn, as also inlliiiiiation of the
kidneys and bladder, and gave it as their
opinion that my ago 13 years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. 1 hud tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and ho
inieopathic, but got no relief. I hail read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and Home four months ago I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Saturday F.venlng
Post of a euro having been effected on a per
son who had long been sutl'cringas 1 had been.
I went right off and got some of each your
Sarsaiiarillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Regulating Pills and commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as over.
.1. W. JAMKS, Cincinnati. O.
Price ono dollar per bottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Kadway's, No. 8S
Warren, cor. Church St., N. Y.
RADWAY'S READY HKUKF!!
Cures the worst Pains in from t to 20 minutes!
KNOT ONE UOl'lt after reading tills
advertisement ueed uny one suffer with juiin,
RADW ATS BEADY 11EUEF
Is a on re for every pain. It was tho llrst mid
is the only Pnlii Remedy that instantly stops
the innate xcriic latin? ntiins. ullnvs inllaminii-
tions, and cures congestions, wliether of the
l.ungs, htomucii, iinwois or otner ginniis and
organs, by one application, lu from one to
tweuty minutes. No matter how violent or
excriiclatimr the bnin. tho Rheumatic. Iled-
riilden, Inllriu, ( rippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated witn iiisense may suuer,
UADWA TS READY RELIEF
Will afford Instant case:
Inflammation of tho Kidneys, InllnnimaUon ot
I no inii'i'lcr, lunamination oi tno (iowcih,
Congestion of the Lungs, More Tlirout, DIM
cult breathing. Palnitation of the Ilcart.llvs-
terics, Croup, Diptheria, Catarrh, Anlhicuzn,
iieniiacne, looinaene, isciiraigia, uiicuma-
11 . 1...I.I.. '1.1, lu A , l. 1,1..
Usui, ,imn, vmiio, 2jn lie villus.
The application of the Ready Relief to the,
part or parts wnoro ino pain or uinicuity ex
ists will afford case and comfort.
SO Droni in a half tumbler Water will.
in a few minutes, cure Ira inns, Spasms, Hour
Stomach, Heartburn. Sick ileailuche. Dlar
rlnra. Dysentery, (Jolle, Wind in tho Ilowels,
and all IiiternnlPalus.
Truvclors should always carry a bottle of
Railway s itenei witn inem. a icw (irons in
water will prevent sickness or pnlus from
change of water. It Is better than French
Urandy or Hitters as a stimulant,
FEVER -A-ICTID JG-TTJZ.
Fever nnd Airuo enroll for SO cents.
There Is not a remedial agent in this world
that will cure Fever and Ague, mid all that
Malarious, lllllious, Scarlet, Typhoid, lellow
and other Fevers (aided by Railway's Pills) so
quick ns Railways Ready Relief. DO cents per
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Men, Dyspepsia, Ilillousness. Hlllous Fever,
Inllaiiiniatiou of the Ilowels, Piles and all dc
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tsy-Observe the following symptoms re
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Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
moon to ino jioiiii, Aciiiuy oi me rttomncn,
nausea, iieartourn, uisgusi ior ionn, run-
...... ..- ...1.1.. 1.. !. Oil a l.n Ul..n..l.
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Itrenthing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, IMsnr Webs before
tho Sight, Fover nnd Dull Pain In the Head,
Deficiency In Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Mkin ami r.yv. rain in tne nine, i.nest, i.nnns
and Sudden Flushes of heat, lliirninir In the
Flesh. A few doses of Itadway's Pills will
free ins system irom ail tne Above disorders,
Price 95 Cents per IIox. .
RADWAY CO., Si Warren cor Church 8t
n ew inrt,
IWIiwnl False and True. Rend one letter
ntan H (it Railway A Co.. No. SSI Warren, cor.
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I I w I.
The following ore the distances and fares
ii out i,oiuint,iis, uiuo'
Miles To Fares,
Sf Deleware - - .- 1 H5
0 ( ardinton .......
rH (ialion -
IH-Crestliao - .
HO N. Louilon - . - -
l.tH-cleveland . -
Ill Marion - -- -- - .. .
II'.' Sidney ..........
ITT Union ...........
llWAlliaiii u - -
KM Forest -
lta-Van Wert -
DM Ft. Wavuu
li:i Sandusky ......
lul-'foleilo - :
I'sli 'iilaileliliia - . - . -fsNI
SHI Dunkirk -
lit.") Niagara Falls - - - -J4
741 New York
1171- llostoii via New York
bill lloston via Albiinv - -IKS
Indianapolis - - - - -
1! Kansas City ......
771 Lawrence -
(toll St. Joseph
44H Hurl iiigton
7s.l-st. Paul - ,
frit La Crosso -- - - . . . J
.V.'i liock Island
Ml Cedar llaplds
5711 Iowa Citv - - - - - - -
The above rates of fare are subject to chang
Passenger Ag't "lleo Line," Columbus, O.
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
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Cot.f'lU S DlV. NKIIIT I'IK.
Coliinilnis. . Lv
Westei ville.. . .
1 M A M (If :45
2:40 A M 11:45
4:00 V U
shelliv . .
4:l au (11:12
lireeinvich.. . .
Sew London. .
Lo (Iraiige ... .
W. & li. W. 1
Cleveland . . Ai
iT :II8 8 :58
Ii7:l0 AM 4:00
Cleveland. Lv h 7::A Mt A-4 MM 10:45 PM
Kric 'Ar 10:20 7:10 13ft am
Dunkirk 11 :50 11:10 2-50
liulltilu (11:10 PM 10:35 4:05
I!nf. (vl"rio)Lv 2:30 I'M i 5:00 A M
HornellsvilluArS 11:45 H:25
Corning 7:25 0:40
Khnlia H:MI 10:1
llinghaiutoi 10:115 12:0PM
New York...Ar7:0U am 7:25P M
1:35 A M H7:05
Syracuse 7:10 4:10
I'tica 11:20 11:00
Scheiirctuily.. .12:00 ll:IK)
Albanv 14:40 AM 0:45 I) 2:00 P M
New fork 0:45 2:40 p M 11:20 p M
Huston 8:80 A M 5:20 I'M 6:80 p M
Close connections mnde nt Columbus with
the Columbus Hocking Valley ittllroad.
Through Tickets for sale nt Athens.
firirPalace Day and Sleeping Cars
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J AS. PATTEItSON,
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I'nsHnn ger A gent. I 'nl uoiliiis, Ohio.
PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS R.
C. & M. DIVISION.
8:80 a. in.
2:10 li. ni.
2:15 p. in.
4 :10 ii. m.
4:20 p. in.
Pittsburg .. 11:10
P'llndelp'ia. 12:85 "
New York.. 8:85 "
N.York .. 0:80 a. ni.
P'iladelii'in. 12:40 p. tit.
0:00 a in
4:00 p m
1:85 a. in.
A rri i o
A rri vo
6:110 p. m.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R.
Short Line to Lakes and the North
TWO PRESS TRAINS DAILY,
Alliens 0:10 a. in.
2:15 p. ni.
5:30 p. in.
7:10 a. m,
11 :45 a. ni,
8:45 " i.
: 80 " ,
0:85 a. in.
4:00 p. in.
0:30 a. ni.
1:10 p, in.
j a; ton
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