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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - January 10, 1866, Angelica, New York                                 fñ  nmm^t^ im-i"  * «í^it» »»Hjíi- iwfi.»-> 't^et  ANGÉLICA REPORTER.  C. r. & G. W; DICKINSON,  I^roiDX'lotoi-s  TITO dollars per aknvx in aová!ícb.  t>a»ln«Rs carda uot excccclins "ix lino«, Fiv« 1>oliarRiicv nnnaui.  isi "" ■  • . vi«»,  YOL. XXTX: NO. 29. ÄWELICA, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10,18GÖ. WHOLE NO. 1483.  ANGELICA REPOiTEl  rox'riis of  OimmjaarcoiiP .......$1.2»  Oriti it<îftuiv lliTpc wofl"'...... fl.OO  One wjiiftn'ilirrc íiítr.ithü,...... Ö.oO  tïno íw|itart» «me yi ar............ IS.ÖO  Ono^fmirtli coînr/m one year.,.. íífl.OO Ono.lialf ííttluuin onc year, ... i IS.tíO / -  Ohc-MiJurnn ot»» yi;a,r........,..80.00  tf Ftmrí.'cu lino« or U s« cf.nsUtwl« a B(j\»»r«.  tAKOTICK«. ^  àw fTAWiíHíu (bf Biichu'ioi lOircctoTT, nntiííicMA» iau .> ünrK Nntiparoll, £5. jwr y»-»r. î  ííé* 15 cpr.tap(>tlin«»ft»rjln*<«af  30'■■f'nt« i>nr H«»i«iWlrBttt>sfqtioüt insertion.  B IT S I N E S S € A I t 0 S.  ANGEL & GREEN.  átmuiwrs&munseumrs at law  Will átténd'to aìl btislnei'« entrastéd to thel chnrgo, with promplnesaanii dispatcb.  J. B. UIíEEN.] ÎW. AXOKt,.  Office-Corner of Mtiiu and .Cenier^Streete  J. H. Eggleston.  _ Watch Maker and-Tpweler and dealer  la ttiTkinds of Glocka, WatoheB, and Jowolry Repalrincr. done on short ddtice and rea-»OBuble toTnifl. -  Augelica. Feb. 15. 1864. ,l385tf .  AHGELTCA INSUaANE OPFIci Arctic Insurance Co.  ASáETS  - - - $650.000  R. LLOYD, AGBNT. Angelica, April 1, 18«5. 1444  ^DtTcTp Carver.  Di^NTlS T  Dentil rooms over »he storo of S. ii. Dennett Co., in Smith Davis'Blòcic, Angelica. jsQ" 1 have ho partner. iyi;i:tf  r© ^ "d-»  Priendship. N. Y.  PENSIONS,  Bounties,and Buck Pay. procured by the subscnbur.  ' . K. t.LOVD Claim Agent.  Angelica, N. Y , J8(i4. 14Ultf  _ ^ pish'  Bi.ACKS.MiTir--on Corner «if ISIuin and Olcan street, oppositi! ilnthlnin'H Hotel, where : 11 ftlitekemttlmrji^lilTe doTijiT on tho Bhortesl notice, and mopt rea-oniiJile ter.nP— and Horse an<J Ox Shooing in a superior manner.—----- - - -  ALSO, Miinufacturer of Curriagep. Bnp-ftie.s, Waiions. Ac.; and rciiairiiiji done on xbort notice—one door south of the Black-Binlth Shop, on 01 an strett.  Angelica, N. Y. l:$Sotf  BAXTER'S 0  fiìiendship^k.y:  ESTA B I. 1 S II K n I N 1 S 3  Stndfntii fjr.-nluatcrt in Vdcal und «¡»truiucutal nju-Biu, »u<l mUHical cotnpo.-'ition.  J.VMKS li.WTKIl, Priuciiial uml I'nijirictor. KSr Send for a ciriuilur 14Ut;:ti  Ire iiigiiiraiiee!  110R.VKLLSV1 la.e a(ÏK .\'CY. ......  PACIFIC HOTEL,  17«, 173,17 1 «fc 170 '  GREENWIGH STREET,  (PSK KqOAnF. WR«r OF.BBOAt?WAV,y ■ Bttivcen CuttrUandt StKetj,Ji«wt York.  i JOHN PATTEN, Jr., Proprietor.  The p.\ripic HtlTBL, is well and wiacly knowMtsUio traveling imbUc". The locatiou Is ««jiecially snitahlo to nien-hfttits and business men j Itiaia fWsKiw  Citj—is on the highway of Sonth<im and. Westerh travtl—and a<ljaccnt to all the principal lluliroad and Steamboat ilppotB. .v  71io Pacific has liberal acconiTOoaation,for over 30(1 guests ; it is well fiirnished, and i)OSse«ii88 every inmiorn ihiprovement for the comfort /mdi^aiertsi!!-' inent of itH inniivtcs. Tlie rooms are xpauilous and well ventilated ; provided with R.is. and water ; the attendance is prompt and renpeciful; ot»d tlici table i.s Reiieronsly provided with every cieHc^y of the fica«on. Tlie subecriber, who» for the past few ycAr«, ha« been the lessee, is now Roln proprlo'or, and intends to identify himself thofoURhly with the irttereBts of his hoHHe. With long experience as a  lIljeralTioJicy, to maintain tho favorable reputation of-the Paciflc Hotel, . JOHN PATTKNir.  Oct. 18.  ÜÄ Ceiits to Snv« i2ô Dellars  ffroKsi»!«'« ro>ctt*TRATKD Br'^isb ri'movM Pnln', Gr« as- fiio », luftnnt'.v, n»vfi clpau^ S'lk", R>^^^'on<, •■Ikvh-, ç<>.tl«>*, - A>iil,t 25 CíH t- per bottle.  S«(iU t>y tftuKgi'U ìlK'sfMAjf & •:<».  Chrmist'»n'l OruiftfiM-.N Y.  ^Hie Great Cause  OF  Just piihlished in <i senhd envelope, i'r cesxcts  * L-e.'u/f "It! flit- N;iriir>'. Vn-ntinen?, »"«I Rartt«"! (îiire Mis. mina' \Veaku>'S!>, «r «p.-rmutorrlio-n milu'-cd bi S-if--liu e; ii>«i» uii'iry Etn"'Sii»iii, liini'>r-n"'>, N r vous Dehi ity, ni.d iitii eiliitimf«t" Hnrr'Bgci; cciifn'i.» C'.ii-n-ini'ion, K|ii t iMV, n-.rt Ki-s M'"fil mi-l » lijar/il »..(•miad.tj. HV ÙOItT j. CULVEllWKI.L. M,  l)., aut or nt iUi;,'-Gr>'eii Äic.  Thi. '•v,,rl.i-r..inn<|iro nirlinr, m thl» adni>rahl<-I.>'<'-Hire, olí-R^lv pKiv.-», fiDiii Ili» (»«11 c.\i>i-rieiii e. tua» ilie B«'ul CoM-'rii'.ehif <t' b-AiiU-r mav br «itl^eliiKlly le  nit've.i nitricii' ri'etiicin«., ail'l >• iriiont (liiuijif>n sur (;u iil MpiTi'ii'Ti', liougte*. (n'«i«meitfjî. rtnná p-Ti'«!-Iiiiiii'tii.; "Ut a m,til.- "f ■ ur,- RT Olii'" l'tTt'tiii un') • iVeo-i)«l, In »vh CI (>v,-rv ■•uffouT. i>o uia'irr « h -t tii.i ••«n'ii-limi Iimv Ih-, iii:iv cUi'C mitisrlf <lie«p'>, (»'ivatplv, «"d • Hiti.-»tl.. í'í' liiiü l.ftur«' W' I ii'Ow a b'i'iu lo iiii'.i'mi.N «Il 1 ih'iiis n i" len' iiii'ter «tal. 'i> u'n »»i-'rtnss, ma pi-iin »••n'cd i ni i Tniy, o- ii-c.-iitti>f' si.iecnis, »r trt» i>o>tJ«i:»- N'atuti-, i>,  C'M-SJ. C KLÍNK & C» .  ISRUo'i Prv. New Vórlf, H..1I i.IIÌ.'h linx  Chapp<Ml llaiifi>4 òc ' ace, ïso;« l^ìp-^^ ( Ibi lilla lies«  llKrSMA.I Co'e «'ABUt.iK KlU WITH <ÍI.Tn>'BIVV.  i'Ur>-> < ti>t"p>-il tianit)., , iinmetlia rly^ niid will kx'p tiip^Uiii Ko't iiiirt Rii.'O'i'li in Uli- cn dtst "tati'iT. Sul'l Prieo 25 L-entf. iei.t .i>v if."»'! fiir ;(.'> cM.  3mU79 llKüíM«.'» .t Ol  Choml«»« «t d l»ru(ruìst^ N. Y.  ^äuit^i lûtjlriî.  llie MgM Bsf^KW '  as ftohio «)f our viilngers may be, at a loss to .ic-criutit for the repeated (UschitrRe of flre-juma at th« ' (lend hour tf (Sunday) uight," let the following explain: , , 'T'tr.^5 the night hetOfc-Ncw Yea the.streets  Not a n ortal was seen, save the watch on their beats;  Our best Kuits of 1 lothe.s wore got re.ndv; and nil Prepsir.-ition R-ns jnada to Rivi; each fVicnd a crill On the morrow—that plcasante.-it time of the year, When tables and bottles are tilled with good chccr.  My roo^-mate and I, .ift« havinpr nndrcascd, Tumbled itito onr bed, lin-l betook lis to rest— Whoii out In tlie fitrecttiiero nrosiesueh a noise. That 1 wondered what cou/j have got into the  ir  be hair.  TEtna Insurance i"oin|)an}',  h.v: ti'oiu) 0')x \ kctiiurr iiu-i)rporalfd 1 ICoj>iiai $ i ,;')0i>,00()  uaiitfoiw ¡s^l'rasci: comfasy  I iiirtluMi < Niiiiii'i.'i ii'iit. lxc(iKPwKAri:u IbiU -OAUTAi, -^aUO oOd.  li;iri1iiril Cuiuifctiiiii tNC'KIMKA! Kl) 181.') -C.M'lT.Vl. $ t0(;00(J  citt^mrej-xsliruxpj^mmpalj r. Ciliiilul Sii.^O.OOO.  m ash An as ¡■¡ni-: issvnasch .'0..  New Vorlv Uily. •NCi>BPOHATKI> 1821—C.U-1XAI. $20l),000.  xor til a mkinca s isi^urascp^co . Uarllonl, Counecticnl--Ciipi(ol $o0P,000.  \EW ENGL-^Nl) INSURANCE CO., UartfO'd Connecticut—Capihil S20ii.0<i0. tnburancecan be eilected with tle sub-fcitiber la the above jOld orlabiisbed Stock (!( mpanies. dn PwellinRH. Stores, Cbi-rches, I't.ctories.Personal Property. Ac,, ou termR rsfavorable afiolher refponsiblu insti.uiions. A ly communications addreitiHcd to "jim at 11 iinellBviUe will meet «. ith pr.onvj t attention. J. C. MILLliR, Agent. March 8. l.Sfi.i —pdly  a all's Tegeiable Sicilifiii lla  ■ h>iH proved ilaelt .io  the inoHt pi^rlict preparation for the uver oil', r ¡l in the public.  It i.s n vf(;cl.ubk' compound, and contains no injuriou-i properties whutever,  Jt iriil resfore gray hair to itn original  cfilsr  it will keep the hair from falling out It clenii." iho Rcalp and makes the hair soft, lustrous iihd silken.  It is a .«¡il'.'iiilid h'lir dre.«sing. No porf^on, ••Id cr young, .should fiiil to use ii.  It i.v rri-inivni'iuli'd and usf.d hy tin:  firal miu'iro! iiil/iorthen.  lor 11 ■.ill's Vepetable. Sicilian llai; Kcni uir, and take no oihar,  11. r.  ..............- N+v-^htt-i—  F(jr Siile liy ail drugiri.^t-. (¡inl t:5(>  Consumption, Rlieumatism»  K M CM  ..»,. Il !.. •in-■! n^  ir, .,11.1 tl, ,11 if -111 I ^^•^ll  . - tli.-  I' lN >1. <'in> I, VK" Oli  ' M.T.. -Ik- ....... v.J..  ..as.-, t • d 1 nr. H . r- vS .Id l)Mi,..i-'- I............  IIK<;K.M \N ÄiCd ■  I-m -t» t D u^.;. 1-. Ni.' > V.i lt  HÒ. in'ûrdcr to «ce what it wiìh all about, 1 rushed to the window, at d boldly looked out.  The moon and the stara so brightlv shone down, That it seemed like a dozen big fire« In town ; When whiif should, I see, nil "spilihR ' for fun, . Unt a lotof roung feUmViSwith pistol und ruu; They put on the capss and ramníed-down the powder.  Anil cneh strove to see which one could hnlloo the hinder.  RikIi» up thronch-lho street, in a body they came, Viuiyur lender ho shouted and called tlicni by  ChiC I'onrad and Philip, Mike, Pethcr und . .Khon. ■  nig Nick und .loharneR, vliy ton't you cnme on ?" Juflî in front <<r the hiniHfi thc.sc ¿ íñing Duîchim-ii dill slay,  Cocked their ¡listols and guns, 'and then nil bhized away.  a enniion s,ilute, wiirn tlie (iovcrnor come.«, ".^iii pMs-ir s tin- dill nniile liy truiupi-ts ami dnniw. So tlii'se we.ipons dist harged in the calm, siiily night, •  Made ten times more noise than they wouhl in düvlight.  I then lh()ii::lit 1 heard some whispei ing talk. And a niiniber of - Deiitsi-li" girl.s ciimu out on the  f lenni'd l.irilicr nut of the wiudow, to f-ee What the matter lictwccn tlii'se voiing jiroi'le conlil lie;  When—«li:it man would not have r.dmircd their laste ?—  One arm tightly clasped round hi.s hidy-loveV  Willst.  With iiii' otiier cadi young follow shouldered hi.-frun.  And struck <>{ in the "l.auderbavh"*-wasn't it lull ?  My cvp.^ 1 how they laughed ! how they .shouted an ', sang I  And how their old musker and pistol uliots rang! Twiis a liri'll sort ot t);ing as cv r yon saw. To tic ilaru iiig (;iit there, with the ui'ntlierso rnw: lint the ciiN (iviiluMit doiil.tj liu"! on tlic:r thick elo'hes.  And each Ikiv had a .-ii.'ut, stunipy ¡lipe "iieiuli his nosc.  All at once they stnoij siil), right out iti tiie toad, And the ordei- was given Inr < :icli une t>) Imid, l!y the capt-ain, a .'^ijnatty, thiik set lil le figure. And then at the signai, 'tlicy i,;; |iiilli'il the tri.^'í?. r: Th<r Mimk«' from ihe ginn l in led round like a \\rc:ltli,  And 1 hiiiK'hed, as 1 watched ihcrn, in spite of niv teeth.  r si)nl<(i iiiif ¡\ wf.r.l, hut went str ii^ht to iIk! hci!. Ami. siuliiiig my co;nr:i<lc, he r.-:- il up his ln'.-id; U i:h :i prestine fur siU-uce. I tnl<l luui to go  l.'iik 111 th.wC; Ci;iv.y \oiMi(.r < leritiiOH Ipi'luw. Ny, likiii;- the imi-c. In- ■(■.\Vl,i,|it. .i t,i thcni, ".x-iw,  KISSING A »'BLUE."  wnrrTEN pen iiiK paturpat KVf;i.Tna POST,  - ■ ' -- ■ - - - - 'UY lIAimtE'E^m'  I had an ailvtiituro oncc lipon u tinui; uu itd\'€iiUirt.% as evei"^!  one will allow wlieu tlioy hiivc liouni iny nart:ativo. Tlic ones principally ^itit'nit^ WiHti niyKtìlf m fostiyc yi)Uii}i lioutcnunt; anti tb« rc-qtu'l WAS int'Testiuoj in the I'xti'oino-to bfltli ofus. But 1 will not anticipate.  I was the only cliiiti of niy fatlier, and ho a widower. I was not u novel-Iseroine, with aj^iirc eyc.s, riiÌ»y lips, and ;i wealth of golden hair il()ating around my slight forni. No indctjd 1  fall. As I diiocendcd Ilio staiis, care-Ic^ssly hnnuning an air as if ij^norant  ofjihLv  caught tlio hei'l of niy boot on the stair-rbd, and, alas that I sliotild lîon-f(;ss it, down 1 wont, thundery, hlund-ery, rattle, craulu clear to thio bottom. The sound of my rallin}ç brou<> ht father mid jçticKt to'^th«'iSdw^ I Avns not hni t,, only vexed at my Cfircle.isnoKs; yo.s, more than vexed.  tronbU». Vit jievrr btit it póiH>v but in thi.s ease ÍÍ tninfortunOH  npnn potn' lií'lpitm nrij;^ A s i pasScd carelessly tinder the low branches of rt dartre oak, my hair caught ia the tionglii, and T waä^ Wôîipît f?riddçnly to u stand Ktîll. With an ¡inpatient  ITrdÍHOÍ>tnn^»'íé ît, but fonnd that niy lonif trfîsacs had wonnd ihfAniselvos Rr»  Wliat •Vhy.  •tzrtnitrfr-rrrrTlV  carih ar.' y.m .1 ? ••  sh. lits iu «Icr Xe  w Y.  SMÏÏTI' «, out there in tli liri und slu'vt  anxious Kolicitndti in those Itatefnl oyea, I wa« perfectly bcKide myself; and when at the tea tublc I dropped a plato of calíO, and knocketl ovor the tea-pot into my lap, the rneusuro of my con-think ii()iJ.J yyk'i-Kituplj^a^p-^^ ing energetic, Yatikee ffirl, with a great averKion to 4andies'^ signboards —in other wordss, moustaclies, and a greiit love for Boolw. I was conse-qiietitly voted a l)lne-íííockin¡ac, by all of iity ;iqnaiiit.TiiceK, and li;id reached tho adv.t'ieed aofo (-f Isveiity-liv^e, with-<nitliaVin<i a 11 ufi'».'. 'V!h-.se)ireliniintiries haviini; lieen disposed ■ of, I wdl dive into tlio di'pth of my stury at oiiee, _  aJIk? supper-table was waiting for tho tea, and the t{;a xvas waitinii for father. 1 sat miirtiiig liy tho lifclig-lit wiien the door-bell rau^-. Buppo.sing it tt> be my paternal, 1 ru.-^lied <;agerly totlie door, exelaiiiiitij;', "llnlloa'! Ko you've got liome at lusfi" "Halloa;'' aiisweii d a strange voice, and 1 wa.>s sei'/.»-d l>y a large Imiulle, eonsÍ3ting ino.^lly of overcoat and board, and kissed with gii.-ilo. Kis^^ jifier ki.ss was iliiiig into my nsfoiii.slicd liice, tiu-y wt'ie [)iic<l upon my llicy  »elled my cyclids, lliry rallleil lik<-bullets ng.iiiisl my clieeks. Sm;i(i< after smacjv ccliocd lliroiigii the liall, aird their Uniinlcr notes almost lieaiV'lKül mc. Tcrinr and siir|)rif?e luui kept me imb; Imt 1 fmaUy so far reeovered my st-H'-posisessioii as to .sej/.e iny assailant by the liair, and ilrawing my lliret; feet of womaiiliood up (o live/ 1 ex claimed, in a tenilic voice, "Who are yoii, sir ! What lio ynii mean by such iinpai!illel<.'(| iiisoleiice¡"' Ah, how my eyes iliislu'd, and my olieeks ilnsiied, and 1 doiibied nf» my itilaiitile fist, and deposited it with some force right in llu' middl" of his over-Coat. Then the strong, manly arm was withdrawn,atul the manly voice exclaimed, "('onlbtiiKi il ! ii.'t go oí my iiiii'r. Who in the name ijf ih<' stars and siri|ies, are yoni"' "Liliie Haven is my mune," 1 answered proniliy, "and a good respectable 11.11111' it is, and 1 am imt a.sli;uned of il; neilherdi.il wish lo cliaiige it.'' 'flu' '' Ü^vDiA^Y-' I h.ei'.i,J . N'l'.lji^ 1-1 •' <I •(■> íí jt-i-í'T-íj-ij^y--'  lovingly at^mnd .the branch that it was thornnghly angry a^ I mot the look of | impoHsiblt? f>ir me to rem«>v,e tlit'tt». My  0«!  I  I'  A f.ivnrit 1 i'oiiîi..iiiy lÌ!  ' rit-rainn uak/. iu which tiic dancéis "ac-rhi-srlvi's" with till ir Vciiiifs.  1 S .  IMiHccllancGUîi ¿leading.  THE Mm YORK f^ERGURY.  TWLVTV iaaimi-A:.c:,V:U,-  "wliiit i li:I j.I. a  \ he siiid i.i.l T have -e luigi VC llg IllMIS'' Sister; anil bv telling  I  T is all a mistake that people were lod to believe,that t4nM-e w;ksnomore  - " ' -¿tfk  IK  ANGELICA;  Yon can find as mncTi, if not more, thaii yon ever could before.  COOK át FOaSifTHi  Arc now prep.ned lo Muimlacture Cabinet Ware, in all it^ Braujd^s, and to sell at  rtHOLKSALE AND DETAIL.  Tliey also keep cotislantiv on hand  Looking Glasses,  () V AL. PICjTJÜ tt li F IU M KS Which they can supply to their customers at as low prices as can be got at any other establishment..  We invito the petiple of Angelica and vicinity, to give us a call, and see or thetnselves, before purchasing elsewhere.  P. S —The trade can be supplied with Chairs, Hedsteuds, :ind all other Cabinet VVure, in the white pv finishedj oh'iiliefal temisr  . G. W,COOK, E. A. FOKSYTIT,  Main Street, one door west of the Rathbum Hotel.  1423 . Aiigdica. N: Y.  Amos R. Smitli,  OF Cancadea, wouldrespecifully announce to the ufBicted rebtivcH of deceased Midiere, that be'íh a IcB&lty autUorlsed Agent for^Allegany and ttdljointnt! Counties,4o pro* curó Bountte« of  foñB¿ coíleclioti ofBiuiirF^ay añd'Péñiioñiú Dated. Can^adca. Maicta 2U,I8Ü5.  "^ÉVATKD OVKÑ WoVES^Si^ var» tie?of cat oflT.and pipe top—JaH reteité^ A. LOCKDAllT * CO'8.  E  In cmiiiioiicinii a New Vcur, wliìvh. inilike it., ini- j lue.li.it.- prcdwi-^svirn, ttiiils onr wh.ile kit.U eiiuiiti7 I Ap|ih'S Green l,le«t wiili ••happy IV.ace aiid wide cont.-iit, • tlie pio- ( Jl ulev pnetnrs ot tli.vU. prcM illative Auiepicaii l.iteiarv i'a- • ■ ■ ■ .  [ler 1>! K leave t.i aiiuouucf a {jloriou.-f Uew lutelkc-tuai b.iiiii'.ict dì  Witnml Humctr, Mome-Btorles, l'oirtry,  Tales <if Adventures, Ksi<ay.<.  l'iotur. 3. l.iieiary Notie»«,  ^■il^hint¡ Articlc,!. Cbssipi  Curioiis and int. iertine news, ivaciouf fcmialno lOircspoTnifhce, foreigii letters, insirucl-i\e eciiorials, literatiire for tho little (mes. t.ilks ahout art, nciv^icioksi nnd the ilram;i.etc.  li. f.iet. tlu-New York Stei-ciirv f.ir liMin willbe so complete and o.xhauativein ali the department« "f ^■hoico readinc». tlmt tho.'ic who Kiib.scribe foritwill take no other city paper the year tbroufb, to ali it >ìl ^eeul tu he,  N<.t one. hut ali ¡ ress-kinds epitome." and wSll prove, to evcry home—Vorth, South, East; and WcHt-^u wei'kly vi.'itor diHponaing the. iiseful &ud the beautiful alike.  É«;' l Aia.K l'F WkkìIUS ano Ml'..\srilKtì, AS RS  r.viii.isloíl iiY L.\«' i\ riiis !>ta ii: - The laws ol thi.s .Stute cst.il'lisli the ì'dihiw iti-^' wcightt^ avoir dui^uiii^t^ tla^Unrih«!, of th<-nrtidcs-nainc(t,'ÌTr liii' iibsriu c cf il sjH cilìe conlnu l :  TIIK BEsST WU1TEB.S  IS  AMEinC.V AXDErROFE  will bc re;»"lar contributors t.i this hint,'-eKtabli.ihed and lieerles literary mirror of the world. .\nioUK tin-host 111 tri eat names ailded to it.s staff for tUo ^«:w Vear, may be mentioned : . ' W (iilnioieMiunii M A Harlie [("ousin Rev. ,1 II liii..ihiUii ^ May Carrelton], l'iene ¡h'an,--Hliv»; J.ognñ,-  ,) II Kohinson M K Braddon,  K Z (.' Judson, Harriet E Pre.scott  Ceorge Martial, am! uumerousVilher i-elehrilie.s, who are now pr«-paring literary gems foi- the same columna.  Now is the time lo snliscrihe for  THE NEW YORK MERCURY-  a.s it will coihmence the New Year of trtOfi, wttlra magnificent poKthiimoiiM novel Irom the pen of tho  LATE I'UOF. J. n. INOKAHAM. 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SubHcribera nhouldbe' careftil WwH)» l^iialy the name of their ijwiiHy. iwi-giai^'  Specimen copien eeai fre* all i||Lliiiilfc Addrriiii,  CAULDW^Ljt A WHITNBT.  Beans.., .  iiuckwLcal__________  i.Iiistnr lie,Ills Coal .Vrithiaci' Bituminous . .  t;hi.r"..al.....  llicii.'iy N"uts Indian ('<nn°. In the Ivir,. . Onions.......  Beans.., .  iiuckwLcal__________  i.Iiistnr lie,Ills Coal .Vrithiaci' Bituminous . .  t;hi.r"..al.....  llicii.'iy N"uts Indian ('<nn°. In the Ivir,. . Onions.......     2-2 Itis    ').Us..........    p-2 Itis      -ts •■    1'ota tocs........    (iU '•          .'r.ii ins l'iricd.    ;>ii ••          -fetiK-.-.........    G;; "      -Ifì '•    i ire...........    ryv, "      100 •'    Si'wl t'lover. . . .    t;;] "      80    'l'iniothv .    •11 '•      ;!() •■    " Fla^..'. ,.    ¡JO      ¡-,0 "    •' Hi-nip . . .    ■y •'      r.8 "    •' lîlneCî lililí    14 "          ¡-■dt..-.........    i "          ¡Whciit.........    00 ••     In niONt of the other .States tho woi«ht of a bushel of Coni i.s ewtabUshed at .Mi |bs., aud that weight Is often adopti'd in tran-sacturns.  In niONt of the other .States tho woi«ht of a bushel of Coni i.s ewtabUshed at .Mi |bs., aud that weight Is often adopti'd in tran-sacturns.  'J'he fullowing are othor estabüshwl wvights and nioiuuires in this State, the wdyht being ivoinluiiois ;  Ilundred weight.. ItìO Ih».  Tun. by ciistiim ^>iK)ii •• A Tiin, by Law ..: . •• .\ liarrel m ....., ta^lJ^als  A HoKsheièid l»----(>.'{  Awine f/all, n!ea.^.  oivtaiti»........a;Mo.iii.  A bushol.......•21/iO-4'2 "  liiiU" (il «'"ttDU____ a-'iO |l,s  Baie of Wool . . . .. '240 •• OaUunofakohol . <i'j;i ••  Itarrelbceforpork 2Ó0 11,s.  lìarrel Flour......l<J(i •'  Harri'lSoap....... 'iSfi ••  Harrel Gunpowder ino " fivkinofButter... .nc " («»llonofhoney.. . 12" tialion of Molasses 11 íiallon of Lamiioil 77ü OaU<m of ram water8'.i5 ( iallon < if proof tipirt'70  SaooTi.Nd ArvAiK.—'riie Cnlia jcra say»: a jiOHmiK-iviifuv oretHVfl—Iw^fw*^»- p.V'Lietm'iiaiit  tliarles Hyde ol' tiiis place an<l ii brukeimin on tho Erie Ilailvvny near Liltle Valley, «talion on Wt-<liK-s(lav hist, in which Hydu shot his iintagonist. The circumsUmces, as near as wc (.an learn areas follows:--  Hyde got on the train without a ticket and rofiiied to pay his fare. The conductor ordered the breakman to eject hiiu, which he did, but with some trouble. After putting him oli the ear. he Itio followed and another cliiuh took place, duiing which time he, in his own words, "gavtr him a pretty good thnushing," and started biak to the train, but recolccting that Hyde hud wiid something abinit shooting him he went back as he staled, "to whip him so he could not." , Again he iLsS;uilted him AviiPii ffvite (li'êW' hiVi ■revolvd^^ r-hot taking ertect in the breast. At ii ¡Hjriiini nary examiiuition, Hyde ^^asJiehl lin- tnaj,  Town Meki i.ng - The law pjis-sed at the last .se.ssion of the lA'gishiture of this St^ite, make^ somi^ rodicid changes in the ticket to be clect at Town Meetings heiirafter. Cbapti-i 322, See. S.Iitiwa of IStiô. provides that ••There siiâtrte'Tiio^trartliëAtînim one Ëti^rvî«>r, on^ tlireo A.sses  sorsi i>ne Collector, two Overseer«_of the imor. one or tbrco Comroissioneiïi of Highways^ uot more than five Cbnstiiblc», one Town Sealer of WeîglïtK and Meaiiurca, and bo'many Pound Masters tw the elector« may tleterioine. Section 7 rcqnires and saake^it the duty of the Hiiih-«ray CbmmiMioneni within one week after the ^ town.ineeting.toappointa» mauy OYettc«>  ilaiil there are to be elect«.:! three As^cìssors iMÎâàÎyV' ^w«] three ye;irs a^  wnxKrly; two Overseer», óf thf) 'Poor insteatj of ono, aiAitWt the Path MtUtterninra to ha np-]|jtotDl«t 49 th« Highway Coiàmissioncr, pr gbiamfawioiimv <  "Liliie i.irjjii! 1'  in a vcxi'd loin niielr I'f iiiV.-^; 11. me. for ^ rt l uig'in I" llic w :i!ii! mis.-hikriig yuii ¡or my m.'ki' me i'..iev( r gi ;iU'i\il iiic wlieri,' Mrs. ."^taiiilisli lives." I iii-rormed him llial liiC c^-^tiiual le individ-mil resiileil in tlic lu xl c'iiHce--and wiili-TrjinHtT^dTmr^trr^T^TTrTTt^^ TlTFTi^ ai^iilw.iy I, riilicnliMis, nervous 1, walked tliron^li the iialslaml, and knodvcd myseir down against thii l)an-tstrr.s, uikT ilnally arrived in tlu; parlor; wIk.tc 1 111 ten niiitclics witinnit stojijdng to lake iireaih, nnd tiirevv tlieiii away iigain;uavc all the cream in the pitcher, thai I bad lieeii reserving for fat her. to rhc rat; hjok<^d at mystdf ill tlx' door instead of the look-iirg-glass; s-at down on my wovk-ba.'?-ket, and put my feet in the spittoon; and linally ended this strangi; peiforin-ance by crying heartily.  Now I suppose you will expect me to tell you il romantic story, that 1 was smitten imint;diat«dy by my unknown assailant. 1 shall do no such a thing. I was only provoked. Neither did I fall in love with him, a few evenings afterward, when 1 was introduced to Li'Mitenant Standish and found him. as 1 had contluded he must be quite ¿•i.s.saWi'. Perhaps you'd like a description of him, but I shan't give one, as lie miglit not sYiiTWery oh? ideas of beauty. He eertainly did not look very beautiful to me at that time, for the more I saw of him the more I hated him. It seemed to me -{4»ttl 1 iie\HM-4ttl-trt>-m\-lrward or rid  in a puzzled , manner, and inquired if I had recovored"from tliF~o!teci8 of my fall, to which I uiiswercd,'^Ob, yes indeed if you please," and tittered' in an idiotic maniiei'. T never ^ipent n more uncomlbrtuble evening in my life; but I btdit've that provoking fellow enjoyed it:, I didn't make a single sensible remark; and Vvas horriiied to "ii ntl nlysel f cajil!g_ mX-JJJJ«: TiirnMisiy. When h'e arose to gi>, he remarked, "There is to be a pic-nic Thursday, Miss j^riscilla, to celebrate my d(>parture. Afay I beyourvscort?" "is it to i)(! a fiKi-erackcr celebi atioii?" 1 imiiiii ed, in a half foolish, half-.'spright-ly tone. "No," he returned, "T had the fire-citickers when I ctime hinne;" wereupoii he looked roguishly at n»e, lind caused me lo blush so piteously, that 1 almost forgitt to accejit his invitation. "What n fool I was to <!X-cept it," I sjiid lo my .sell, in tlm f>ri-vaey of my own room. "1 shall be sure lo get the rtiins entangled around my neck, and jnst as like as not hang myself l|ou' 1 hate 'him ! 1 hope it will rain, or I'll have the sick headache, or i^omclJnng" Bui "something" didn't interfere and Thursday morning dawned gloriously bright ami beauti-liil. It was in the latter part of Oc-lob(;r, but. the weather was still warm and delightful. Tiie first frosts of the early aulumn had thrown their gray mantle over the earth, and the gorgeous Indian summer hati painted it with a thousand dyes The oaks Hung out their liery banners from evi-ry hili-Hide, and tin? maples blushed to kerp them (vnnpaiiy. For miles and miles aronnd us th<! Orchards and forest surged in gorgeous waves' ttf "crimson scarh't and yellow. From this glorious temple ol Nature the blue tnisls of the fn-dian summer seemed rising as inctfiist;. to ileuveii, and my thoughts and aspi-i iU iovu^-. wingti<V 4-betr- -w :»y with- i" h looked at, my computdon, 11« waw scrntini/.ing me with a queer look in his h.uul.soine (»yes, but wIkmi I spoke lo him he tunied his attention to something more worthy (d' it. A pleasant ride we had liirough tho lire-crowned woods, and before we thought it possi-lile the '.¡ic-itic <;'roniids were licfore us. Most ol the paily had !irnv(''(l before  effort to escape only tigliteiicd my fetters, I tried to break tho branch, liut of conrso so fniil a creattn'c an a Wftjinaii couldn't do it. Î had no kñifo with me, and although I tried to break  WHiat fihâj 1J dot^ siìili dt^piiiiiog wlien ali at òìictì that hateful provoking Jo. Staiiditdr^od befdi-e me. He hvnglW'd merrily when ho saw my awkward plight, and said, "Well, Absalom, do y(ui want my assistance?" "I think you had better smite me, or rather slriy mo," I iinswercd desperately, He catne toward ino, and before  X-VVAS JUVaW; .tjf  both of my hamls in his, and looked into my eyes said, "You have been the ime to do tlu! smiling Do not add ìo your sins by slaying. Will ytui marry me?" Then for the first time it popped info my foolish head that Lieu. Stj'ndish whom I hated so inuch I dicin't haff'.] I supposti I made some niinark t(v tliíVt elTect, tor,before I knew it the "bbie^' was kissed for the st'cond lime. W(dl I suppose all this doesn't inforest the uninitiated, so I will only add that my hair was restored b>,,nu; by the care -of my cavalier, and my waferfall, wdiiidi hatl fallen to the ground, was pinned on by the same skillful liatid. Atid feeling in better hinnor than 1 had been for sotrie weeks, 1 was led in triumph to the grounds wdiere we found tlio party much troubled concerning our .tb.sence. But as rhey saw wa had sijilered lU) detriment they iwei-o appe.Tsed, and we sfart<'d gayly home. Well,' well! what's the use of talking, as tho old lailies say. I've been married just a week, hav(;n't fallen down stairs yet, 1 hough Í have been kissed tiy tho gay and festive lieutenant several times.  Abpnt Petrolera?,  -Pétrnirum in ,1 king* veli h inanjr -respecfful and disloyaÌ Rubjecti». Hi« few who bave "«truck ile" «mi tiic ma» nywho havn't, ontcrtaìnsubstantfiilÌ/, tho flarne praet'cal vìovìì riyrai'^ir iti value as au illuiriînatnr. Evprybfvdy uses it, yot who lias not dcuoutrccd h ?  A few practic.l1 hiats rcgarding tlie uso of î'Kcro.seno" m^y not be amiss. Tho dangpp from oxplosioiis are vory generally attriluUablc to caroîcHsnpf«»; îjamps Rluuild novor bn morotban two-  The Census.  The population of A'legany Co., is 40,285, a decrease in 10 years of 1312. Tlu! other counties in the State showing a decrease of population, are  Chenango, ir);)."}:, Livingston V"_ .  -Madis,.„ wilbout  1119; .Schoharie IGfi; Schuyler" 336; Tompkins 820; Wyoming 2,115 Yute.s •17t.  The native voters of Allegany Co. number 905-1; naturaliiied voters 1034; lot;il votc.s 10,088; Aliens 91G; colored persons not taxed 119. It is consider-  aiid we were greeted with considerable sm|)rise by the assembled lutlions. Some very leazing remarks \vcre-mad<' i n wiLt^ly^ -vmved^^tri^'t • p a y some time, "Why, Joel" exclaimed t^uisin Fred, "did y(ui know Lillio was a blue stocking? Wf)uhln't I have i.'U-j.iyed si'ciug ymi ride np together, thongli? It would have been "just old peaches.' l'U wager my hat band that (Jettysburg was nothing to it, "Miss I'riscilla and my.self have made up our ipiarrels and laid down our arms," answered Lieutenant Jot;, "and as to the'blue'insinuation she can deny it for herself. Are you a bbic stocking?" impiired he în an appealing manner like an injured infants I started,;vnd said carelessly, "No ma'am, that is, excuse me,- Yes sir, certainly," then as 1 saw the amused look in his eyes my half-dispelled hatred came back, and, turning augerly on my h.eel, I wtvlked off, contriving, however, to stub my toe against an old stmnp, and gracefully throwing out my arnjs to gave tnyself.  i0us thing wiliiont mi'etinghis provok-" 'iig eyes tixed lipon me with an atnused cxpres.sioii. In any ass(!nd)Iy bis cu-tranco -the sigiial for me to step on Some old genlleman's gouty toc, knock over som»* piece of furnilure, ««r lo perl'orm any otlmr d"(.'d lU'Cessary l'or my complete confusiou. I consid-ered Lteiiiciiant Jo. .-tandish's euil ei/r theCaiist! of so many misdeeds, and disbked him acc.oidingly. During our ac^iiuintanci'he had Iliade ()uly one ai- foolishly wasted .several hours think-  1 madeirl)i^^ for ab be  holders, Angry at the lieutenant, and at myself, I wajkffd off into the thickest part of tlui vvooiis. , After vvalkifig for somo time 1 came to u little open spot, wher<' the sun fell in gohien net-work upon the carpet of crimson leaves. Here I sat me down, but not to sing, for 1 dtfl just the other thing, I cried. I could have shot myself, I was so provoked at my outlandish actions. I knew I hated Jo. Slandish, Of €ourse 1 did. And he must think me ¡»bout halfwitted. W\'ll, whalif he did? 1 didn't c.ire what he thought, I said to myself Not a bit of it. He didn't know much himself. Well, T verv  lusion to our first meeliiig. He niiidi^ ih-is remark once—"Mother had moved since my departure, and I had souk; difljculty in finding lite house," and  ll.iji. AVftih - fiHi.....as- the-  "diflicnlty" bliislu'd ciirnsou and murmured faintly, ' Yes, Jiia'jim." so the weekti w+.Htt 4ty, aliti tho lit.nrtcnaTrt's furlough had. neaily expired. I it-joict d heartily at the prospect of his departure, and growing Ijenevoleiit friim excess of joy, I invited him to tak(i tea with us b<;fore he went away. So it came to pass, thai as I sat at  saw him c'imming up the walk with Father, Here I will introduco amoral for the benefit of the community at largo. Never give a geneial inyita-titui to a mtuV to visit you; reasons— he'll be sure to GonjaJIonday night. I never knew it to fail I ^vas tired and cro.ss, and w'a.s conciona of looking very badiy. So when I saw the ad-  IMlrtlwreans^trids, &C.J It wlll .îie noticed _Vimcing figures, 1 dashed up stairs to  "beatilify."  I hated. Anrtit so happfMte.l ^^^ ^^ • ^  when 1 ome to my senses Id I.^covered county is 10,334, of whom 8,828 are corner for UOO hv ILmiet Iteteli«  A bright ribbon was a decided addition and as I pinned on my curl((d waterfall before tho liiirror, I regarded tho image reflected therein with cotisiderabic satisfactitni. But ikkfi I my ^rido was destined to bave ^ arro. But of course 1 got into nioro  by the lengthening shacknys cit,^^  stin "thui it^ViiTSlotïg past nooii-. .Vutumn is not the' best season to sit upon the grass. Antl I felt cold and  s^nft as 1 rose" aïïir iodlît^^ mo.  But 1 cmihl not remember the «-xacl directio.. from which I had come. Mi>re than ((ver provoked at n^'self i gness-etl at the di> ''Ction of the pic-nic ground and dashed forwani. lint after a brisk walk of fift<'<-'n minutes I found mysell  the hamo opening I had started frotn. Nothing daunted I set forward in an-nother direction, but a BUiall creek crossing my path warned me- that 1 \vas going wrong. "Priscilla Uaven had been makrtig a fool of herstdf for, Some weeks, but her simplest freaks was .iviso in comparison with this," 1 thongilt angerly. "Now, you -ugly girl, you've lostiViiiuself, and I llïmk it will be a good le.-json for you!" But I concluded that my milk was spilt and there was no use' in crying for it, so 1 started forward again,, hun>[UÌng c-arelessly and swinging my bat on my  the tube Buflicicnily clofse to prownt Ibo fiahie frmu commifriicating'witii tfi© oil below. Owing to improper refftt-latiou of the flume, and Romet'mPS to the defective draught of the chimney, the neek and upper portion of the lamp fiorrounding the Imroer becomes heated, which t>f ci>uvsfi imparts it» beat to tho •  oif;TvHt»fidvfw ......  ated, and great incurred. Wliert-  ever, for any cause, a lamp bneonrie^V thus heated, tho^ilnmc slnudd bt« imme» iliately extinguished^^ Iu o^iiiguish-ing a lamp the flamo ^Jvtluld first bo turned down, then^liTw it mt lmiinUh the chitnney. instead of blowing in at the top, nnd donni the chinmov  Of expensivenps«---wo lu^lteve, that the cost of lamns nnd chimneys ih, on the averacje, fully ef|ual to the cost ot tiie oil,^—with many wo have no doubt it is much more. Besides the obvious cause.<? of the breaking of chimnoys, Ihere are othe.r<i not so appatront. A drop of water fallingJipon a h<»ated cliirnnev, will invariably, and even a stream of ctdd air striking it will oftctt cause it to break. Not unfrequently a a chinniey will sliddenly Ruap, and smash without any assignable can«e. As regard» endurance there is as nracli difference in chitnneys as in anybody. It has been urged that the tfu'nest are the best. Our experieriee leads us to tho opposite conclusitin. We prefer tho thicker ones. The boflt and cheapest chimney howevtjr, we have found to be that with the metal'top, several i)f which wo liave used for sfiveral sTiiigltrnBreakAgf^  cd probable that Alh.'gany Co., by the new apportionment will los.e one mem-  Mr of As^njbly. rtiie apportiLoiiineiiLis-  based upon the poptrfittion, less the aliens and colored persons untaxed. Tho populatiim of Allegany upon which the aj)portionment is mado is 392^20, The ratio of the State is 20,-535 If allowed but ()uo member, AUc^ gany will have a surplus of 12,085. Kings Co. Ikís ji .w 14,044,  which being larger than tho surplus of Allegany will give Kings the lOth meuiber in preference to Allegany, the second one.  The population of Chautauqua Co., is 58,528, an increase of 5148, Steuben has .00,192, iucrettst! 3,22T, Population ig Wyoming 30,033; Livitigston 31,-5.55; Erie 157.150, increase 24,143. Erip has 29,441 voters^ of whoia. U  ^08^niirative, aiiti  artj naturalized. Noav York Coiinty has also a majority of naturalized over native voters^ viz: 51,500 of the latter and 77.475 of thn former T'dsi is.  trne of no other county in the State. New York shows an increase of p«)pu-lation in 10 years of 9G,i83. TIuTTtP tal population of the State is 3,831.777, an increase of 303,282 in. 10 years^ Thelotiil Ti<)7of voters is 8 whom 583;593are native, and 239,882 naturalized.  The late Censns gives Cattaraugus Co., a popidation of 44,205, being an increase in ten years of 2,742. The  -ÍJIltivCT  There ."»rc in tlio county 1817 aliens, and 133 colored persons not taxed......*  fl^ A beautiful girl stepped into a whop to bny a pair of miTts. '"How mucli are they?" "Why." said the gallant but impudynt clerk, lost in gazing upon her sparkling eyes and ruby lips, "you shall have them for a kiss/' ^ ^^r^d,^^  'pockcfijig the riiitls, "vvhil^ her eyes spoke daggers^ "and as I see you give credit here, cliargo it on your Im »ok« and collect it tho best way you can." 80 baying, tihieliastTly t^r^  Gen, P. H. Jones, Clerk of the Ciuirt oi Appeals, has selected ftâ bis Deputy, Col. CainpWll H._Young," of ^jiivingstoirCo., whp'^ son of the lafe Ex-Governor ^ohu Young. Col. Young has served the country 'iat the flout" during the war. Wo presume Judge G rover dislikes the railitary aspect of the Court of Appeals.  Tliey coRt llfmbto the price, of those wholly of gliisp, but with our j)resent experience we regard one "metal top" worth moie than six of the common glass. .  Another diiïîcidty which-nl! who use "Kerosene lamps" arc likely to expe-rtruw-ÌK-ÌTr^tbe^intiiì'0~o^ pptir-' wheel (for raising and lowering the wiek) to perform itsoflice, after ii has hcüöiue u li tile  The  worn by use. "Scientific American" gives a remedy, very simple, cheap, and said to bu entirely satisfactory, which we copy for the benefit of our subscribers.  ''Tiike a strip of copper ttic wiiith of the witik, or a trifle .'ess, and two or three incfies long;, the wire cloth may be from 50 to 70 threads to the ifich; insert this between the wick and the pointed wheids, and the points will no longer slip, but force the wire cloth up, vvhile the rojiglmefi^^Arthe cloth will draw the .wick altingr with ft The top of the wirecloth and the.wick will be oven, as they protrude from the burner; but as the former i» not wanted in the flame, hold the wick firm between your finger ¿and turn tlie wire iRoth down with the other hand about halfitn^inch, aird ali will be inl^ Jlig oider?^!-^;__-■—I—l.—-----  It may be debptcable wlietber con* tllP riskf,.  t>f Petrohumi as tin iHiiminator, it is on thè whole profitabìe or not. N>.1»i>dy  however being fonnd willing to dispense with it, we trust tbe forpgoinif flints wIlhif/t^mrveivhfdiylHiprM  MAiiJAZiNn.<—The Atlantic for January is oat, and w,e nre inilebted to the pnbji.slier» f,»r ai| Mrly-copyi—  I*as«¡Tg¡fs"^tMtt~ Hawthorne'a lHary. by Xnthnniel .Hawthorne; CaiitleB in the Air, by VV. C. liTyant; Dcaaty and •he IJeHst. hy Bayard Tarlr-r/ The Wildernetn by J. T. Trowbridge ; The llclU of L,jnD. by H.W. Ijongft'llow; Tlie High Tide of Pecember. by ib« author of Life in the Iron Mills;" Lucy's » etteni, by ytiînïM.líjcñ^t^^^^^^^ John, by Donald  by Harriet l^clwr  ntwe^rCHiffith'^iiixint If., by'C^^^^ vi«»« and Lfierarv Notices.  The late Secrewïj' of State, Hop. ChailK  «y-M-Depotimras~iast-\vcelr wUh'li '  splendei! gold wetch by the clcrk» in his ottce^ as a token of their high regard. Mr. I>e|M«r kaT* ing declined tho protfered nnpointmeot aa 1fi»> ister to Japati, General R. R, VanYai&eabwri^ of Ilath ha« been tendered that position.  Mr. Dejiew should twt be per^riitted to tetli* iw- sf&mmtt ¡¡rf-  ability, of onerg)', and of integrity, eaineatly tt> ling biro for the proper discharge of tbe «oat, reiipojixihlo trusts, atig/a to in demaii4 M trust they ar^ ■ .. '  i^ile^ TitW^^^ and Field«, «¡10 ^ known publishers of tho Aiitaim MmtìU^, m4 Oiir Yoiwg Fcikn, are alxwt :cómn»encìag the ' publii^fttion of ft New Literal^ Wtn^ly Joamal. ; caljtid ^'Etxry Saturday" the prQ«p«ctu9of wMdi ^ wepnblidi in «nòthcr column, i;b« name« of the publiiihcrsjis. A sufficient guaranty, that Emy will provo a valuableacqiU«iUoi|  to par petitylical litérat ti re,  t&^^n&KhRB E. Oaujwkix. the tìtcr«^ Editor iof Moort^s Hurat Seio Titrìtt^ ' died ai Rochester, o» 8Qud^ «m^p.,   

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