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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. r Official City andCounty Paper. THE Trenton Register is a very neat little exchange bj Morse & Britten , the initial number of which is before us. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S message is the most verbose one on record. He is " evidently trying to "even up" on his * short and sensible inaugural address. THIS land of liberty will some day be called upon to decide who are-lhe right ful possessors of its fruitful lands , those who live thereon and improve the same or landlords. THE nezt great question which will confront the people of this republic is i that of the relations of capital and la ! bor , which seem to be becoming more and more strained each 3'ear. Ax effort is being made already to repeal the civil service bill , by the pres ent congress. The great difficulty seeuis to be the inability of thu average bour bon to pass muster and secure the spoils which to the victor belong. Hence the whyness of the endeavor to repeal the law....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

INDUSTRIAL BIIIKFLETS. An interesting feature in connection with tho season's growth offwheat in m Canada is that a number ot appli cations have been received from Eu- ropo for samples of tho cereals. Among'these is one made on behalf of the Italian government for tho agri cultural museum recently opened in Rome. For a similar purpose re- qud fhavo boon made for samples of whejiCbarley and oats by Dr. Wilt- mack , professor of botany at tho Roy al Agricultural college of Berlin. The director of tho royal Norwegian farm at Bygdo has also made official appli cation for a collection to enable his majesty King Oscar to test tUo har dier varieties of cereals from Canada , and particular the Canadian north west , in view of their cultivation in Scandinavia. It is supposed that the honors offered to Canadian produce at the Amsterdam international exhibi tions of 1883 and 1884and at the pres ent Antwerp universal exhibition.havo directed attention thus prominently in Europe to tho cereals o...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

* iSJ"- < - * FHEY - : - "ALWAY With a View of Making some Slight Changes in our Business , we Offer ou ] O * CLOAKS AND NEW -VI COST U A. We carry the Stock for the people ! We make Prices to please the people ! And we want the people's trade ! 14 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR $1 00 Everything in the Grocery Line at 8 POUNDS BILWOUTII COFFEE $1 00 15 POUNDS WHITE EXTRA "C" SUGAR 1 00 1G POUNDS DRIED APPLES 1 00 20 POUNDS NEW YORK BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. 00 15 POUNDS NEW PRUNES 1 00 8 POUNDS ARBUCKLE'S COFFEE 00 LOWER - : - PRICES ! 14 POUNDS XEW DRIED PEACHES. . , 1 00 S POUNDS MCLAUGHLIN'S COFFEE 00 THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY. 14 POUNDS XEW CURRENTS 1 00 i I H. HAYDEN are Agents for Butterick's Paterns , and carry a Full and Complete Assortment. Be sure and see us before buying elsevrhere. Corner Main and Dennison Sts. LAND-OFFICE BLANKS In ordering , jrive office number and title of blank , with quantity of each blank wanted. Put only one blank on a. line to avoid mis takes. E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

i - Qur roM l llt ne anl gooJitttUa. . , nnd In olw nd Chcolcnl r.rpcrlmcnl , , * . of ' ww5iSli ht to perform huaJr.U t In Tmijic and In.truetire cxp-nmcuU wUh AmVV > 3oU d amllr PT. | . Home Cook ? n f * a , erflntere tni na Initra . - . of t it anJ cu.tonu Us tUe i culUr life. haWt , man9cH pcuple of fordsa lountriti ; llHutriti.1. . Aurtv. , . Hlrtccn Complete Btorlcn hr Popular cl love. huu.orou and d-tect'rt urlc . ! > life , ut ilvciture , of rMvzr Hfc. cuS. all cry io- | to-il.a thcfuuu ? uri-V. ! , . " " ' ' . et , - . of * , - . * * J : , ; and K tfcath cUMirlMfii f"01"0. ? ' " 'X V eJsu tur tho Million. ! > anaj Sa f r U. up a mauy nd rl * AKovcl. r.jHuEhConr.r. author ' u.irucrtj. . - 1C. Atti.u.iru . ; e Mirror 'the HoUy Tree. A .Vo l. tlmr uf Uuri Thome. , , . * . A p. A Xotrl. _ , : : Ef Mrs. SVKac.k to Ibe OM Home. A S d. By W Cecil tt SBSffij , * * " { av &ssr Hay , author of _ A : 'oTcl. Pr TfilUc Colllna , cctfior ci - No Vjinc , " etc. . _ . , . SI. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

THE M'COOK TEIBUNE , SUPPLEMENT/ VcCO'lK. NEB FACTS ASD JFANIOES. Helena , Montana , is to have a min ing exchange. Baked apples are finding more favo on .fashionable breakfast tables. Buffalo , with 225,000 people , has 250 patrolmen , and wants 100 more. Agnes Harn , a colored woman , ol Arlington , Ark. , is gradually turu"u ° white. Extensive experiments in growint : tobacco and rice are to bo made in "Tularo , Cal. , the coming season. During the past season tho height oi Iho Mormon temple of Salt Lake City has been increased by sixteen course.1 of stone. The best way to stop brcach-of- promise suits is for tho girls not lo consider themselves engaged uutij they are married. A curiosity at Allentown , Pa. , is a melon vino growing in a melon. In the heart a seed burst its shell , and a ininuto vine in full leaf is visible. A graduate of a theological seminary in New York has been refused a license to preach because he lived too expen sively and dressed too fashionably. Tho youn...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

Thursday. December 17,1885. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10 A. 31. every week. Preaching services every Sunday night nt Gr 0 M. T. Also , every alter nate Sunday morning at 11. M. T. Exceptions to the above will be noticed in locals. GKonoE DUNCJAAPastor. . f METHOlftgT. Services ovcrv Sunday at ID : , JO A. 3f. and T P. 31. . mountain time. Sunday School at . ' 5 P. M. The services and Sunday school will be held for the future in the now church. AH are cordially invited. Seate free. W. S. WHEELER , Pastor. CATHOLIC. Sen-ices will be held iu the cuurch once every four weeks. THOMAS CITI MN. : Pistor. McCOOK. LODGE A. K. i ; A. 11. Itegular nicotines , Tuesday night oti or boforc full moon of every month. S. L. GREEN. W. M. F. It. McfHACKBX. Secretary. GROVE LODGE K. OF P. . L . &p. Meets the flrst and third Wcdncs- eveulng of each month. .1. Vv' . CAMIT.EM , , C. C. j/A. 31. SPALDIXO. K. U. S. IIOCKNKMi HOBU COMPANY. Kcg- nlar meetings on the first Wednesday each month. R.B....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

NEW YORK NOTES. WHAT THE MOROS1NI FAMILY IS DOING ON STAGE AND OFF. The Craze for the Stage , and wha i the Crazy Have to Endure. TheWar , on the Ticket Scalpers * by the Leading Theatres. England's Martyr to Sensational Jou.nal- and His Portrait. Bed Stockings to be Talooed "Ward's Priends Indicted , Etc. Special Correspondence. NEW YORK CITT , Nov. 23,18S5. The cycle of time lias brought fr. Giovanni P. MorosSni's name once more before the read- Inp'public of New York and the country , and .this time not so much as the stern father of a runaway daughter , but as the representative MOROSIXI. of creditors who throw debtors Into durance vile unless they can pay up certain much want- cfl amounts. As Jay Gould's private secretary Mr. Morosini has made quite a success of life , us the father of Victoria he became known to tie reading people of the country as a rich man with rather unforgiving tendencies tow- nrJs a loving if rather ill mated pair , and now he adds to his already establi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

sens PEOPLE'S PUBLIC SERVANTS. Xttelr Manner of Serving Xlion in the Senate andJfoitse of Jtcpresentatlves. HEN ATE. The senate was called to ordGc at 12 o'clock on tho 7th. After prayer Mr. Edmunds nominated Senator Sherman for president of the Hcnate. Mr. Voorhees moved to substitute the name of Mr. Har- Thc yeas and nays were then ordered rorhees' motion and tho amendment by a strict party vote , whereupon was elected without further divi- imiltecs were appointed to notify lent and tho house of representa- of tho organization of tho senate. Upon request of Secretary McCook , Sher man was escorted to the chair by Edmunds and Voorhees and took the oath of office , administered by Edmunds. Thecr dentials were read , and Logan and Blair wero at once sworn in by tho president , pro tem- porc. Resolutions on tho death of Hen- dricks were passed , after which "out of re- epect to the memory of tho lato vice presi dent" adjourned. HOUSE. In tho house the chamber pre sented a pleasant sce...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

.R M , BRISKET & 00'S ' SLOTHING HOUSE THE 0ENTER OF ATTRACTION ! x'.Everybody is greatly excited over the Prices E. M. BRICKEY & CO. are making on Clothing , and are rUsliing in to capture some of their i" never-equaled Bargains before the assortment is broken. The cause of this agitation is that we bought an immense quantity-of Clothing of an eastern manufacturer , who was closing out his winter stock , and by taking the entire remaining stock in the ' several lines , got them at a reduction of nearly SO per cent , and are giving our customers the benefit of our big strike. jj A nice suit for $6 , worth $8. A heavy all-wool suit for $8.50 , that would be "VVe are selling a good heavy durable suit for § 4.50 , sold everywhere for $6 to $7. cheap at $10. For § 10 we sell a fine all-wcol fancy check suit , worth $13. A fine A fancy plaid suit for § 16 , worth § 20. In finer goods we have a large variety of cassimere suit , all wool , heavy weight , for $12 , worth § 16. fancy...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. The Chief ExccutirS's Annual Document to Congress and the People. A State Paper tliat Deserves and. Should Receive Public Attention. drover's Suggestions and Recommendations. In Memory of Hendricka. "WASHINGTON , Dec. 8. To the Con gress of the United States : Tour assem bling is clouded by a sense of public be reavement causeO by the recent and sud den death of Thomas A. Hendrlcks , vice-president of the United States. His distinguished public services , his com plete integrity and devotion to every duty and his personal virtues will find fa vorable record in his country's history. Ample and repeated proofs of the esteem and confidence in which he was held by his countrymen were manifested by his election to an office of the most import ant and highest dignity , and at length , full of years and honors , he has been laid at rest amidst general sorrow and bene diction. He Makes His Bow. The constitution , which requires those chosen to legislate for the peop...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 17 December 1885

under the compulsory provisions of law > purchased-silver bullion and coined the same at the rate of 'more than $ , 000,000 every month. By this process , up to tho spresent date 215,759,431 silver dollars iave been coined. A reasonable appre ciation of a delegation of .power to tho .general government would limit its ex- ercise without express restrictive wr rds 'lothe people's needs and'the ' require'- onents of the public welfare. Upon this theory the authority to coin moaey given congress by the constitution. , ttvtm if it spermits the purchase by the government 'of the bullion , for coinage , in any event does not justify such purchase and coia- ' age to an extent beyond the amount needed for sufficient circulating medium * The desire to utilize the silver product of the country should not lead to a mis use or the perversion of this power. The necessity for such ar , addition to the silver currency of the nation as is com pelled by the silver coinage act is nega tived by the...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

-S T" T 7s zs urn VOLUME IV. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 24 , 1885. NUMBER 3O. e C. l 0w 0y C.X o 'i ' w B it < / ) i Q * i. . ' y CJ3 Z 0 0 U \ e : Q - Q McCi NOW OFFERING5 IN : Watches , Clocks § Jewelry H fc CUB My Stock is Full and Complete , Embracing Everything New and Novel in H 7 E AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF SILVER AND PLATED WAR E The Finest in the West , and at Prices that Can't be Beat in this Country. I ALSO HAVE A FINE LINE OF BOOKS--At Half Price ! IVcll Bound , Finely Printed and Make Handsome Gifts. Didccns , Ij ) Vol. , § 0.75. Irvings Works. 10 Vol. , $0.50. Eliot's Works. S Vol. , less than $ G. Hundreds of others in proportion. Single books , 45c , to G5c. These prices can't be beat. I AM ALSO WESTERN AGENT FOR POSSESSING ALL THE NEWEST AND MOST VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS , THE ROYAL ST. IS THE PERFECTION OF SEWING MACHINES. And it is file iGiiine You Want , BE SURE TO SECURE A CHANCE IN THE ctfJvrllN OLIDAI FREE GIFT DISTRIBUTION. Pai...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

TBIBUNE. . M. & . M. K13OIEI.I. , Pubs. McCOOK , NEB NEWSOPNEBEASKA. ANIMALS ANJ > THEIR ILLS. Dr. J. Gerth , the state veterinary surgeon , is in Omaha on official business and hashis weather-eye lifted for glandered horses. The doctor talked ut length on the law enacted at the last session of the legislature for the pre vention of disease among animals. Hesays the law la defective and requires several amendments before it will produce the best results. "In what respect is the law defec tive ? " asked the reporter. "Well , in the first place , we are .quaran tining against a number of state's where pleuro-pneiimonia exists ; we are obliged to take this step in order to keep the disease out of the state. A good many states east are quarantined , so that cattle cannot be sent into Nebraska. But there are a few states againt "which there is no quaran- antine. Iowa is one. Now , the quarantine laws of Iowa are such that catte ! can be eent there from any state ; the Laws are not...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

, \ . THIRTEEN JJOIZED ALITE. Telescoping of Trains on a Tfnnersee Rail road Passengers Literally BollelAllee. Atlanta ( Ga. ) dispatch : A frightful and fatal collision occurred this morning short ly after midnight on tho Georgia Pacific , about filtcen miles from Atlanta , in which eleven lives wore loat and three persons were so badly injured that it is thought death will result. The circumstances ol the wreck are as follows : Tho East Tennessee and Georgia Pacific trains use tho same track from Atlanta to Austell , where they V " * * ili verge , one going west and the other north. „ Whey , however , leave the city from different cfcpots and mtet just at the city limits and from there both use the same track to Aus tell. Just one milecastof Austell , towards Atlanta is a water tank used by the Geor gia Pacific. Tho night passenger train of the Georgia Pacific leaves here at 10 o'clock -and tho East Tennessee train leaves at 30:45. Last night , however , tho Georgia Pacific train ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

r t 1 F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. THE. Journal Topics thinks that , "the agony of a democrat shut out of a hell- pot of corruption is something fearful to contemplate. " Being a bourbon of bourbons , occupying a sort of wolf- in-sheep's-clothing position , Calhoun evidently speaks advisedty. Jo. HOLMAN of Indiana , that watch dog of the treasuryvlio has never for a moment ceased from peeling his eye for the exposure of the junketing trips of his fellow congressmen until he was sent on one himself , last summer , rises to remind the democratic house that if it proposes to make appropriations for the expenses of the government in ac cordance with the recommendations of the President and cabinet they cannot decrease the revenue one single dollar. Their free trade action must be confined strictly to music of the chin. * WE quite frequently hear the hope expressed lhar. the Senate williefuse to confirm Commissioner Sparks. And to th...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

FOR THE Complete Novels and Other Works , by Famous Authors , Almost Given Away ! pamphlet fora , roanr of thria ban cJ oiuvljr llluklruleil , and all are prl imblUhel In - t 5 fillnwlaIXKitu arc iimc'iii * ac BMn'.t * " M. MA i " ' .1 _ * ; ? . _ _ _ ed imper. Thi-r irHt of u rivaltirlttr ' ot . ui. , , , . uj % te llmik liu one can cxaniiu * itie l or 'jc vrouU lltt to . la cli funu ihe c Look * ouM cost M-W llu witln.it rndias uv.re u . " ' " > s posum. ctsi. l.n'.h hwl t * toapn.lt in Itwu. 1. The Widow JScdutt J'apcnu Thli It the look over wliicli jour Frii liMiitK lauhr < l till liey cried , uil ttl'jumrn uiiuv to-'l r il irr vr . 2. r nt'V tt'ork liir Home Adornment , nu en- Urelr r.c * work ii.on iu ! ubji-ct. conuimns ca f nod jwactlcal lu.tttc < ion' ' . * uakicK f ucr buktu , wall puUts. bracleiJ. ne-fll * vorir. rinbrolier/ . , cle. , pro- UfClriin.lc > nt'7lilu < traie4. 3. UrlnimV I'nlrr storied for the \ ° unc. , - r.ne-t "ilrcilcr. ! o'fmry ione rrer p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

THE M'COOK TRIBUNE. SUPPLBMENP. McCOOK , NEB The wine product for 1885 is csti- sautecl at44JpOQOO gallons. A Danbnry , Conn.man swallowed a live.frog several days ago for two bottles of beer. Aproposiiton has bceu made to erect a Dccnuincnfc to Gen. Grant in Buffalo , N. Y. , by popular subscription. The last blow to the roller-skating- rink has been given by a Philadelphia physician , who says that roller-skuting enlarges the feet. Tlie Japanese have adopted the bi cycle , and it has become popular there , but the Chinese seem wholly incapable of comprehending it. It is now claimed that birds as near ly as possible imitate the nests in which they were reared , and bring to the work a sort of rudimentary education. Prof. L. E. Richards , the Yale pedes trian , has walked nineteen hundred miles thus far this year for pleasure. Last year he made twenty-one hun dred. The Pennsylvania Railroad company IB soon to open at Allegheny , for the use of its einplo3-e3 , a library , reading- r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

Thursday , December 24,1885. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School ntlO A. M. every week. Preaching services every Sundny night at 8:30 M. T. Also , every ulter- nnto Sunday morning lit 11.31. T. Exceptions to the above will be noticed in locals. N , Pastor. METHODIST. Sorvlcns every Sundny at. l < > : M A. M. nnd 7 P. 31. . mountain time. Sunday School at 3 P. M. The services nnd Sunday school willbcheld.forthe future in the new churoh. All are cordially invited. Scats free. W. S. WucntKn , Pnstor. EPISCOPAL. Services In the Opera Hall th first nnrt third Sundnyfi. mnrninnndovcnlnj ; . of each month. J. A. Yai.vonrn , Hector. I . CATHOr.IC.-Serviccs will be held in tho church once every four weeks. THOMAS CULT.EN. Pastor. LODGE A. F. & A. M.- IteffUltir meetings , Tuesday night on or before full moon of every month. S. L. GREEN. W , M. F. L. MCCHACKKN. Secretary. WIIAOW GROVE LOUCJK K. OK P. , U. D. JlectR the ttrst und third Wcdnos- islduycx'cninjrof each month. J.sW. CAMPIJELL....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

CHRISTMAS MORNING. Last Christmas Morning golden Of these one of the least "Was glad In the light of heaven As it came from over the East. "How good every one is growing I" Said she ith a loving Kiss ; "How happy , cheery , 103 ous ! Will It always be like this ? " We aided hope with a blessing And strove with a New Year zest ; But frost fell down and the Summer Was covered with leaves like the rest But her wish is theme for a chorus To extend the season of bliss ; Old world 1 whirl on in thy current And be forever like this ! MR. THOMPSON'S CHRISTMAS PARTY. Mr. Thompson sat in his easy-chair be fore his open fire and watched the glow ing embers , and mused. It was the night before Christmas , and Mr. Thompson had been busy all-day down-town buying presents for his friends ; for notwithstanding his peculi arities , , he is a good-hearted old fellow , and besides his many young friends , this year he was obliged to buy a present for Miss Angelina , He had changed his boarding place ,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 24 December 1885

" * s * t Getiis from Thackereji Nothing1 is secret. A good laugh is sunshine la a house. f L would rather win honor than s4 honors. Life without laughing is a dreary blank. I would rather havo genius than wealth. A hero , whether ho wins or loses , ia a hero. . * : You get tho truth habitually from equals only. I would rather be a man of gcniua fe * - - than a peer of the realm. A woman without a laugh in her is tho greatest bore in existence. Countless knights were slain before ' St. George won the battle. Jn the bat tle of life we aro all going to try 'for the honors of championship. Novels aro sweets. All people w'ith healthy literary appetites love .them almost all women ; a vast number of clever , hard-headed men. Lucky ho who has been educated to bear his fate , whatsoever it may be , un early example of uprightness , and a childish training in honor. When our prulp , our avarice , our in terests , our desire to domineer , aro worked upon , aro wo not forever pes tering heave...

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