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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

i .„__! 1 j X The "Law" and "Constitution." « Among the visitors at Washington is Judge t Williamson, of Texas, commonly known as ' '•Judge Willy." f Judge Willy was once presiding in St. Au- * .gustine * county, when a legal bully attempted to intimidate him. Thompson, having sue- , ceeded iu " packing a fury 11 to suit his pnr- ' post s, turned his attention to the court, and re- 6 marked. , "If your honor please, here is the law which Jgoverns this case." at the same time drawing * a bowic knife of unusual size, und laying it Jacross an open book before him. ' Forc-waincd, foic-arnied, was Judge Willy, r and drawing from beneath his hunting-shirt, l not n (hit, but a hone pistol, ho very,calmly a rejoined—"Tliis, sir, is the constitution, and is para- c mount to the law." t Mr. Thompson peaceably acquiesced. Sheridan and his Son Tom. j Sheridan had. a" great distaste for anything like mctnphysical discussions, whereas Tom hud taken a liking for them. Tom one dny c tried to disc...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

| ! Practical Hurts. iLVTtnowtxo TP r nKAT ' is"rHe Spj«ko.~A corrcspontlent-of-the Mi ' ehif;an ^ 1 ornttrysay» thai Mr.,.Jnine8 VVorthington. of Honjer, Michigan hnd'lflst spring a lot of wheat wuicnlookt'd sc bad that had not'the field, been swided douni tc cloverhe abould have plowed it np aiid sown it with spring crops. Instead of doing p, be took a "sharp strap harrow" and with H"tor« the land thoroughly tOpfecee." "Ho r tlfien rolled it down with a smooth, heavy rollers This covered the roots again, and thry soon took hold and the wheat be^an to improve., The field contained some 40 ' seres, ^hd the re*fiiH is that" 'every acre of- it will ' pftrb«(bly ; yield over 15 bushels aud a majority of it over 20 busliels" per acre. . ; . ¦;¦ ¦ ¦ . '¦ •- - " -':.-Pi.qiTOiii.VG is OuANo.~A corrosporidertt of th<s Country Gentleman, in ' reply to an inquiry as to the best method of applying guanoon clay Ja«4. gays;. . ;. ....,<.., .,K .,. .(i;,.;.,.,. . "I have tried it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

Rounding a Period. A subscriber in the West, remitting his annual subscription, appends the following : Squire J recently aspired to represent this place in the next Legislature, and in hopes of obtaining the nomination he seized all favorable opportunities to address the million. A few nights since there was a caucus at the school house, when Squire J delivered one of his flowery speeches, which terminated somewhat sis follows: '•I sav, fellow citizens, that the inalienable rights of man are paramount and catamount to all others, and he who can not put his hand on his heart, and thank -God that nothing is rankling within, deserves to lie in a bed—in a y,e(}—I say, gentlemen, he deserves to lie in a bed—in a bed—" "With cracker crumbs in it," shouted out the shrill voice of a person anxious to round the period. The laugh was tremendous, and it is doubtful if the Squire gets the nomination. It is supposed that the craekcr crumb man is the "father .of a.small family, and has experie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

Keep CooL n Those calm and raiionnl exhortations to i- -«• Take it coolly, 4 ' and " -Ni-vcr-cry—forlsjult i, milk," are nil very good till they are needed , e They are extremely salutary before the fevi-r 0 kindles or the milk ' is spilled: but in the pre_sj I ence of pain, or on the advent of a disaster, to t j all but those who arc gifted with fortitude by e I nature, or have been disciplined in the school - t of affliction, they arc about 'as effectual as " whistling in the teeth of tv nof'wester. =. Their utter impotence in a storm of passion. y reminds us of the dii actionsjgiven by a good j - J N. England Deacon to his choleric son; ; s "Whenever you feel your dunder rising," , J said he, "be sure to say' the Lord's Hrayer, j B.tuyson, or elso the alphabet clean through:; | and long before yon get to the cend ori't you'll < 1 ' be ns cool ns n cucumber, or au iceberg. Prom-- ise me faithfully, my son." •. •'Yes, daddy, I promise." OfF trudged Jonathan to school , car...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

Select iltiscclUmw. A Merited Rebuke. Among the good things that pass before us, We have raiely found an3 r thing better than-the following.merited rebuke, told by a western correspondent. He says: "At Lafayette, a well dressed man, accompanied by nn interesting-looking lady, evidently his wife, and two sweet little children, entered the cars. He was of short stature, with a short, turned-up nose, a short, thick lip. small eyes , and imperceptible eye-l>F0ws. The lady had a pleasing expression in her pale countenance, that bore the impress of suffering patience. Her younger child appeared sick, and tossed fretfully on her wearied knee. The other soon grew tired of the irksomeness of the car, and became fretful and impatient. The man, for I cannot call him a gentleman, lay lazily reading a paper, lounging on a whole seat he " monopolized to himself, though other passengers were standing. At length, the lad}' perfectly unable to attend to thc-two little ones, in a tone of gen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

TEEMS OF THE COMPIXEE. fS&rThc Jlcpubticau Compiler is publislic every Monday morning, by Hknuy J. Stahlj at -51. 75 per annum if paid in advance—$2,0 per annum if not paid in advance. No sul scription discontinued, unless at the option < the publisher, until all arrearages are paid. Adv-khtiskhkvts inserted at thcusual rates Jqn W^BK-donc, nctrtly, cheaply, and wit dispatch. -ee^Office on South Baltimore street, direct ly opposite Wampler's Tinning Establishment one and a half squares from the Court House. £l)ince }?octrD. THE BIBLE. do fling the gaudy robe s«ido. • L'nliiud the jewel from tlir hair, An'i caAtiiiR thoughts of e.»rtii away, OIi! maidenbead thjr heart in prayer, And turn thve to the page of truth. Then seuk the guiding love of heaven, Couioel* that well may guard thv youth, Aud leuch the lovts to mortals ^ ivea. Let men with impious spirits dine ' The iacred woixt of Oo-i to ?coru. Aud sculling hope* nnd eonitortM there, Krom all its blessed precepts...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

i . i — | n | ¦ ! I A Definite Conclusion. Noah" B was unfortunate enough i his old age to be addicted to rather strong pc tations, and when under the influence of spirits was more than usually religious. Now on Saturday afternoon, baking day, his wife, wh was a very industrious old iady. and in ever way a model housewife, asked Noah to go on | iu'o the yard and split, some <voud to heat th oven with. Noah concluded beiore he set abou it, to staijt off to_ the tavern and "imbibe, whereby, of course, the baking was neglect ed. Coming back in a short time, and ntle'il oblivious of his good woman's request, he seat ed himself in the old armchair. Noah wa ; very much attached to that old chair, for like himself, age had made it tottering in th legs, and somewhat weak in the back. "Wife," said he, "do yer think the Lord ii his goouuess (hie) kin send us iuto fire eveilasi ing r No answer from his wife. "Wife, kin the Lord intend to burn us all ii lire' tveilastin' ?" .\iis. 15 b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

<E1)C Utptibluau .(to ' mpilcf. . . GETTYSBURG, PA. MONDAY MORNING, EEB, 2G, 1855. f£7*We are indebted to Hon. Wsi. II. KxrtZ for valnable public document!*.. Also, to Mcs-Iftftt. McpbKAX, MKi.r.ixriKit ami WntTB, at Harri^burg, for similar favor*. ¦ ;3£^*I- II.. Mc-C-AUi.KYi of.Prnn.klin county, hns . J;i en nppoinled .Chiet Clerk in the Executive • Department at Harrjsbnrg. , Wk. KiN'«i oi ' .thfe cpurtty, has tolso been appointed a Clerk ' ji» that D< partment. . P. S.—3dr. King' s appointment is contra-<licted. • " : ' "i__'' - ¦ ' ; o3"The •«Alpine lectures" of Rev. Dr. Jfcmma. on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, were,- . as- we predjotert " they, wotrld -her, of a character unusually entertaining. We do nof ' /fcnow whether-it . wax owing to our fondness for "incidents of travel, "" or to something very pleasing in the Drs. way of lecturing, or to I jMn.* but somehow wo felt more renl gratification in hearing him describe the wonders of '-the-Alps than h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

Distressing Affair. TrTRKE Pbr.«ons Fuozkn. —We learn from source entitled to orediu that during the recen spvere-vTcarherirr-frlino ' Kr ~ t) " moTlreVan(T~Tw ^ children were frozen to death nnder the mos distressing circumstances.. A ^ rnan was ilnv ing between Chicago and (Jalena with nn o: team, in which were his wife and two sni ' nj children.—At night the storm came upon then with its snow, wind, and cold.- They couh not-build a fire, because the ground being coy ered with.snow, there wns no wood.to he seen and iheir distance from any habitation pr-e vented them (torn reaching n hospitable sht-l ter. He fore morning the wife was frozen stiff and. as a desperate expedient to save the live* cf his children, the man killed both h\'< oxen cut them f>pcn. took out the viscera, and placed his freezing children in tfic cavities. Bui their death was only delayed by this, as the-y fr'-ze dead also. The man; leaving the dead bodies of his wife arid children on the lone p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

| ~The Democratic Tarty. ! The Indiana Slate StnfinclUna the following : advice and encouragement for the Democrat's party, to which all good friend ~ s of the party will cordially respond; "Ltt ihe Democratic-party itself remain intact—lcfithut preserve its integrity—msint;iin its unity, nnd pursue, steadily and faithfully its well defined and republican policy—« its progress will lie onward, its ascendency certain. Joineii to no faction and united upon the cflidin.il principles of its fniih. it .stands todny :he most powerful organization in the land. There have: been ttnthurc temporary estmngenienlK. but these arc'in maiij' instances <»win« to. and are .to be plnced to-lbe account of, letiipornry intasures nnd proceedings. Notwith-: slaiKjinc;, us we hiivu confidence in the people, : we cannot doubt, that with the passing away of (lit exigencies which gave.lise-lo them, and vvi'li the devulopmtlii of new, issues involving . the t ' nie of Democratic principles, the stand...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

Arrival of the Steainer Baltic. py- E iVEFJ T.\frit FROM EUROPE. > Mew Mi»i&& ¦ F,,r,Z^-Lord D Palmer*!,m nt the Head Zf-G«vtrn,ntnl-Rum,,r«l Baltic oSTSrm-nu be—netory of the Turfa—Sehaxlopol Ntws Unchanged. Sw York. Feb. 2l.r-The steamer B-ihic has arrived -with one week's later news from . Yom Palmcrston has acccpted-lhe Premiership. »"(1 n!lS formed a cal'inot. - The new Uat>im.-t is constituted thus :—Pre- : mtvt —Lord I'aUnerston; War— Lord i'anmure; Foreign—Earl Clarendon : Home—Sidney Heri bert - " Colonial—Sir George Grey : Exchequer— ! \\' . Gladstone: Admiralty—Sir James Graham : Chancellor-!-LonlOranworth; President . of the Council—•EarY.Grnn-.ille : Privy Seal—:—: " l)nke ' -flf-A-rgy-le-; Public Works—Sii-AVYMoles—woith ; Postmaster—Lord Calming. : Lords Aberdeen. Newcastle and Russell go • O ut—Panniure comes in, and the balance arc the same as the late Ministry. . < T here-is very littleother news of importance. The affairs in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

I ' ; PUBLIC SALE. . rriHR undersiKiied ' M\\ ' effpr at P|ihllcS«!e, ' , L ' h. hu regidenff. ' on Ute property' uwiied r»y Aiiios ~C Mypra., in jr^yrono township, 'V'latiM cmiiiiy, 2 mife» iinrth'of'New'Clieater, on Tne»d<tt/.the tithtif March nnrf., the follow • ing personal property, viz: • "• ' ! FOUR HEAD OF HORSES,^ • and Horse C!ears, five Head of Cow*, (thiee j of ih.«m fresh miichern.) six hwrt of Yoonfjj., I Cttiile, in thriving cnmliiinn - a lot of Hoyi>; a full sett^v Forming UtensiU.cnnmting in part ofartood Wngon;' wiih Bed, Ploitsjlrs.-Harrows, nnd ¦Cultivators, a good .Wheat Fan, j nnd alt m>ve»»urv farming articles, . ^ ' (tpj^Sale in crtnimenrn »t lOo'clrnsk; A.M., j on siiid day; when auend.nce will be given j and lenns made1»nown'Sy •' . ¦ '• -.' .., '. J. ¦ ' — —TKTBlt~BO.LLIN^BR. Anthony.,K. Mvkk9, Auctioneer. - Febuiary \% 1855. ts ' ¦ ' ¦ "¦' : ' . Cheap WatotiefirSrrJewelry, : TTTIIOLRSALRjSe RWAll.,at fhept.il. y||y. 'ad«tlphia Watch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

| B @» STILL " TBEY C(>ME!jStf ~ Xew Goods-—at Less Prices! TaTTMT'KS, took to your interi Kts. If you want to«et hack the money ynw" lost, just call at ihf- Northwpsi'corner ol th ' w.Di^niojitl, ivlipff y,p» will snve at least 25 |ier cent, and jjet the full worih of. your money, and wlu-re you will not liavu to pay fur i*vi<e who don't pay.. D'>n!t turret to briiiij your nii'iiey. Aiso brino hlotur Biivthiii" and evervihina yon hnve to sell—such as U LITTER. KG«S» BACON, LAKI), R.A(iS. ami «;vt-i yuiinu yi.u think will sell—and I will l>nv ;u what ilif_v are worth. Just call at the People's Storo. • fe^-Tlie Stoc k cousins of-DRY GOODS, Groceries. Clolliin<r niiide lo order. &c. JViw Qiieem ware and Cedar- wre. JOHN HO KG.. Gettysburg, Feb. 26, 1835. if ~~ Marcus Samson HAS jtist received and opened one of Uie larneat and best oelv-ct^d stocks uf PANTS ever brought to'thii> county, some of which in quality and workmanship fqnal ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

Alex'r. Cobean, JSsq., Treasurer, In ni'ppnrit tyj' h ll|(» I VjreCTOJS Ot llMi—Ptn)f-^H"I-_o f-th>'-House of Eiiiployment i.f.tli« County cf Ail iius, heiau from the third d.iy of January-, A 1). 1651, to the first day of January, A. U.1855. I />/?; 1854—Jan. 3. To balance due on settlement, *27r».74i Ftli. C. Orde.r on Co. Treasurer, 200 00 March 6. ¦ •• " " 300 00 " 7. " •• " ?• 112 01) April 1. -" »• " 600 00 Mi«y 1. " " »» 3uo 00 June 5. . »» ¦•• . *» 300 Ot) July 1. . "¦ . «»..»« 400 00 Augn«t 1. <* »* . »» 400 Oi) -SrptHI. -** '»—- —" 330 0tr~ OiU 3. ¦ ' •* . , " h " • -- , 250 00 Nov. 6. - »<• »» ( »• 300 00 Dec. 1. " u > " 400 00 1855—Jan.l. " »» » 1800 00 " $59^H 74} CR. ' a * ss * lss ' sess By Cash paid mil nafiilhun* . ¦ : Merchandise. $if)d 56 Groceries,' / 3!»9 97 Out door pauper support, ? 69'5 ,81 Funeral expenses of do., 64 50 Mechanics'tiills, 177 59 Male Hirelings, 155 00 Female do. _ 112 8" Harvest hands, 13-2 60 Chopping Woo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

: \ ¦ Morgan Found at Last. The Masonic Mirror publishes a rather curioos-stoiy, to ti?t^-efyeet-4lKrt-Morgfin^—wHbo-r-ftwas alleged, was murdered by the Free Masons, for disclosing their secrets, has. been found in Smyrna, in Turkey : that he now goes by the name of Mus'apha, and is engaged in u-aching the English language. The authority given forihis report is one Joseph A. Bloom. According L« (he Mirror,- this mail'Bloom "irset Morgan at i house in Smyrna, to whom the latter, gave a it-tailed account of his adventures. It is stated :hat Morgan left the country in the shfp Mer-.rine. which sailed from Boston to Smyrna, and belonged to the him of Langiion & Co. Tlie "aptain's name of the Mervine was Welch. A\ Exrush Officer Frozen* to Dkat*t. ~ Fhe last advices from the Crimea state that iiievet Major McDonald, of. the 88th regiment* .v^wUwzen-to^ieaih-i li-the-trcnches-befoi-e-Sc--^a.stopol. r . PCgln !!¦ I III¦!»¦¦¦¦¦»¦¦¦———MP—Mi———!£?"Tiib Hibits <)!¦• tiir IlrM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

Ever Green Cemetery. LJST A T OPljC£ jJVl_SmmUilRRR.S-iJJ ± ^T ~ *~ STOCK. J!TlliJiiiigLij9ialineat nf the subHwytH^w-^^ jLT^the Capital Stock.is nnwdiif, and i »•- dinJe p»y tin-lit in all r*ses inj^etjuired' in order tu the cniiipleiinn of the i.iiproveineiits conletiipl it.-cL aiifl to ihe* meeting of the. eugageineiiiHj>f . tlift C'imp.iiiy. Alexander Cobkan, appointed Cnllrctorof the unpaid subscriptions, will call upon n\\ in arrears ; and it is hoped that the response will tnike ' siny further steps unnecessary. Dee<ls nre ready for delivery to all such purchasers of lots as have not ye' P'i1' purchase money, and i' . is requested that they make payment and Jilt them. Tim thanl.6 of ihe company Jim ten'dered to all who bnVB already midn nnynient.' D—M^O^Vl^aHY^/Vtt * ^! — H. Jl « t.u»i.k, Secy. ' - Feb. 5, 1855. if __ PR OTI2CTio»ri«Ai.VST . - 'l-L^JUma hy /JPire-f* ' . ^pH^«ttn<ier. <*igned informs property-holrleri JL thut he has been dul-r-«i|...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

RRECEIPTS & ^EXPEyDHTTRES I— ~——— o^ABAm^cmjnrL^ TqBjs^ L -—. -~—^X\li\Hg8Wy£RSM)EEtC£,-A DA M&-CoiiKii,j!A.— li"^ ^ '^^~ B ^ Y r tf ^ n ^ r" of ^ s ^mbly, entitled "An ' Act to raise."CWuTy —fat%€H ~ * jii)r\7 j\. vies." requiring: the Commissioners ,,f t |, P rpappmive couniresto pnMish a ' Slatem«nt of _ khe-ijeceiiits find. Expend it ii re?.. We, the Comuiissinn-rs of Taxes ol said county, d" Report as follows, to wn : from the 5th day of January, A. D., I854, "to_ilie Second day of January, A. D., 1H55—brnh days inclusive. ; . - GEORGE ARNOLD, Esq., Treasurer, and the COMMISSIOXERh, in account Kith Me ! • _ - County of Adam:, as follows; ' DR. ] CR. - ; - - DoHn CU. . T)oa«. Ct»» To C.ish from T. VYarren, late Tren- By orders pair? out as follows, to wit r S'lrT, 3509 59 By auiriiinir & sntilino pwblJc accounSs," 42~0O; To ouist3ndmgTn\es and Quit Rents R. G. McCrearj. Esrj., A,udit»>r, apin hands? ot Collectors at Jast set- pointed hy the C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

" * tfk | | j L MATCH N liBTjlATUlllllS G ! S j JOHN DONKEL, \ _ ' . i MANUPACTirnER AND 1NVKNTOR OF i _SaJBBtjr Pal fen t Sqn arc V. prlgh t Wood Box iWaiclics, A«. 10f» AV/A Fourth SI. (abmc Race, ' ) Phila. MATCHESL havinghVcnmean indlsppnsable article in housekeeping, "he subscrifeer after a great sacrifice of time and incney, is enabled to offer to the Public an article at j once combining JJtility and Chenpness. "The ' inventor knowing the Hanger apprehended on. account of the fliinsy mann«r in which \ Matches are generally packi'n in paper, has by ; the aid of. New .Stoam Machinery of his own invention, succeeded i" gettinsrnp a.-SA PKT^ PATENT SQUARE UPRIGHT WOOD BOX; this box is far preferable, in as much •hat it occupies no more room than the old ; rouml wood box, and. contain* at JtaH.Twn [ Hundred per Cent, mure Mutches, which to ¦ Shipper) is considerable advantage; it is en- j tirely new, and secure, against iqpisiure and spontaneous combustion, and dispels all dange...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

OF "" S( <I'T " " C[ T" ^- UO YOtf WATVT A WEMr4«4P^ * • AS]) CHEAP * SliT WIWER CLOTfllXG ? IF so, y>u ran he accommodated l>y calling ^ on_ \I_.VH C US _ SA MSljN, _ who _ li.i^ jn^t. opened and is now selling rapidly at his Store in York etreet, opposite * tlm Bank, a very , large, choice and cheap assortment of I all :ui<l Winter <-o<mI> , to which lie invites the atte ' r'ion of llie puh'ip. They liHVf been selected with great car*" in llie Eastern ciiii-s, have, boen rioiioht ch'*ap ' for ' C'<»h,anil Mill hn sold clie<» p for cn&\i~—cheaptr than tit any other establishment in firllyxburfr. His stock consists in part -e>f BUek. Blue, Olive ami Green CLOTH COATS, Wiih frock, dress iihd sack lioait.; also ' Tweed, Cashmere, an'l Italian-clot 1) ; also h Inr^f-stock of'OVER COATS, which c.«n'tbe heat in variety,: quality or price*,-oin of the cities; alftn a very superior st-mk of-P'ANTALOONS,con- . s...

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