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   Racine Weekly Advocate (Newspaper) - February 8, 1860, Racine, Wisconsin                             TlIK nr i ".V.W.IM win u he IK- t-.vii In v TW.W I'.u Au t Ur. IL il tin? unrnaurflfiw !t fliV il Allan Oil, li.Uf ufralJ, vl '-I mli'-ulr I tic E.irLh. Ifion nul HU'! Oil lujf lap lp die, in. I ildiculu diim of in my Wt'lnc. tt Ljlru time lovlUr "ft lit) whsii'rv -i Hit- How <-rt fri'Hi my .ire Tli.'li limit slu-.lt c'lillct; In llc-tcrt-'l lit iljo Illy ihsr ;ln- Im, wiikf. tuni tin ruim-l front To In e :liy tH.iim In tlic ,tl Ami a fin, i r in A I- lijt IMIU, fiilr n-. my II.MIH- j  1 Utiokl'll V tu. JluU'i't Hill l-al) mid frfclt! to ilujtt U lit, til Hoiiftrii x; tlu- UM-t-it Mnrkut witlmut :iiiy of :liv ailvKiiC tltlcJ in, on 'IV.ii. tlic Full of 1S< Look Oui for firftat HIM _ TIIJ-: STOCK Ol-1 Fall and tViiKur IS COMING IN AT C. 11. M. P.kTBRSEN'S C El 15 A I' C ,V S U T'O II K, E. McEnery's Column. i860 1SGO and ux- I unly liopu ivo AND I'M I-1 TV R A LES OF Tall WiiiK-i- Dry G J TllfS DAY ht I'rlccn t.OWKit ilia .iij-Kiorvtu '.lie A dill! nnil  ViW the lUttnc urnl I'.. K. Dt: fur tlic NinriMlf.- .-lllltV Iliukt tt orouii n it In for t'V (lit t ciioli-e Cup Cjl jirtiluiltly l-ut J cut uy (IrtnkhiKJi tnl. Of 3 A: JONKN, I'KOl S'ft. Strevt, Itnctnv rrijus WKI.L KNOWN tmusK u.w-i be item lujri'lddirv, HM n 1'ir-: Vubitc that .ill, thnt. tliey rtnil ni i Jiyiuc Ji: ILill. lie lib tut a lit uiO'ii Ul.tr KMSHA l Jl .Ilc  TI-CHS bruii-lit in it, thy ulntxl moniitL-i) to hi.-i We ivntl U.Lilfliuil lo iJjci'iiVijIo'H.1, tliCU siiiijuil iiii'l naid. "So I'm ilifi otilj' tlm JJy tin.- v.-ny, 1'niiniu, oiiL-y coaJJ t'Onc-.-iil a sin cf Niiistkiiiioii 113 aim took tlm noco. Tin1 Wiirt; thu thrir'j liUio buUnns whi flio luitl (irm-ofutlv iji-unpud nnd ti with ti u-uy hiVL-i-'ii knot. L'mk'r.i.'nTh w- for S'HiLl: Curolina has in Congress, u fjx-u wbito of reprcaoulatives in Congrosd, wilii a. free whito population of iVcrmoni. .'ind NTew Hampshire, witli a pijlflliun of hiivc ell South CaroliiDi :ilso. with unly27-lt- bv HOI otic hall1 so much, Fifteen frueStulcit cOnUtn of >IT03S tilt'great -orJibfldiqjCct of Jforih crn section a lisci isuppcd boltlly ioio Iho nronn, and dcflAiitly ilirown down ilio gut.ni- to the South, fln'dtlio N'orth in slioutx nrnl ft'i.wrs.for athlete. ;Wlll ilio challenge Wi> cunnoL duc'.inc it. "iVii 'HJOL iake 'jp thy Ttiti timcfor.'us to ilccidethis "Ir- ivprebsiLIe lias come. .It cannot bo putoinonpcr. TIIQ dm of bat-Jt! is JSOO is foil us. The iOtfu of Xovcmbor will corac. Lot tho North stand up m hur great-Rcprc- Bcntativo; :a scctiomi Coiwentioa .at Clucago, and aomiiiacc Wm. IL Scwwd for the PresiJ-.-iicy. Lot your great outcsmau be brought forth. Lot tho Hou'-h in Convention, noniinnto lier cuudidatc for the PrcMik'ncy. Let him bo to ilic "manor tiuiicbmim true and tried; let iilm1 bo every inch a Southern num. J.ct tlic trumpet sound the k-t ihe Constitution" bo our tfttch- word let us meet our enemies ai Phillippi; lot US COcquef qr die." .MijorSty Jn llic States........... C-J.G2! TKRITOIIV.' sq'jtj coiit.-itu........... Firtucu fn-o HiaUM contain............ Urca'.cr uxtctit of uluvo 'J'liiit id, junru tli'iii (iuiibly LijjyitoiT of Llic fift- oili ier i iliu Liiuui the I "XU'iit i.-.i1 t'.-fritory. ttccoi-iliiig Lo populu'J'Mi, lint frcu StiLUin linvu; iucludin" tilnvvd all. llicy Ijnve ntout thriic the tL-r- riiury uf tlio frc-L- St .xoriJlng.to popula- (lod rfitc UH MKN A u Htruiu- Lvnr'.-, iriit ML-II n-hoiii' Ilif lum .if nilii-v Men n-lidm ill-! nf caii Men iri''l .Vi-n w'l" I'nu ill-fare lU-mnL-ottiii1, iloiL'ric.i witliout wlnk- ,'c. live to "Hut you don't. ycur-iMf .ihijut triow '.iiry ytu rcjuincd away neis, lowly, I'rcd, i-iitt-p in'.o hiT iif ninl Horn and r.v Tdcili i.'omb., fully uv-iirU-d to u.% j-jlt nil UIoili. T.v.th, SlthVliiK and imrtlruliirlv llulr itiiil'l'rlcc.. it will ln< IIMM a nt vtimn. j OCK op A- OIIK.IIICAI.S Itu juid i-tklu, ni.il you It fcr CASH O.S'LV. TllOi.ir'.E oc GOJiTON. My conglencu do luivi' well kno' siftly Only f. jiur imri- of No. will me to ndvertUi! j-firils of ivrL nto tin; KUHlL'kljt tO II u Qnunlitf nf oili rucelv-n: dny U N D .E .11 CLOT M I N G-! Silk, I1-1M Jiitytiti! jlmtnrtwmt of ItWfti I you w ilinner. und spuml LI Mr. Lacy i.J L-.T; i." thi: ;imj 1 ;un lien Ailiim li.nl ii nolik-j ilny Vlilch hi' put out nt n-ltti iiV VL-IIF yi'nr, invMilop lihu It tloubleil cuti; tw Ik-c Stfil -i- illl lia-l It KOlilcll ruin Hint if j aim- nt on liN iitilliii "I tic :iot cure -'iiil he eooly. MI.' her is n and ccrtnijiiy uwL1 ln'r .some nltcntion." H I ifil will o i' nut to IlvliSrll.iL too punr to IIUTI .1 I lUi'-n-lnrislits-tulreiirlii'd prlijf Il4lj inisw-.-ri'd, io Sliowei! him Hie wcultli if. ti-.Mcli Mscolii lind nml- i ryyin til f'H- diiincr. Just tih tho ti fur Full innl Winter rccolvud .lay TJ-IOUPE GORTON. North A 5'lrv Co tu [jy livli] J'urilt t., t-unts thv'ir lica u. IIUI. J. A, tt'.iLLACfc, PccrcUry. Otty Fire- ItiMiiruiu-r OF Siiw i! in iiitl ice Co CAPIT.M JKVUM ftL'ia-LLS avj KSPKJN' H. Pri-siiii- .1. C. CioODHitrCK, niul prmutly Ofhcfl In TltM1 lllijcU, corner nf Hftli .n I HI, DAD S.MITU, 1 F i: i N c u i: D TI1K iil.. u. A t'i 'Jitfir C.n-ist, n credit to ilieir Tiic inuktM ilio Ciiri.it LI. r.i ctifi.jitrsL uicnj A tjiw bo up nit uf !irt-, uvpf. And nil ujjiiosilioii, u.- tire tht- -tubUio. All diillculiion AlniLlU li-ji si'itRirf to Kiriiinuo, A iiuintiltf rioiil i.-tquitfk-fl-htL-i! l.osvcs ilie rod in 11 fullu'l'N hnmi lio SOCH llOnoy uptui tin; of ,-vcry ivvijr, muj so t-iiu Owl hv tt-t.i ui tin1 bottum uf the cup tliru C-ud Ttoili pul into IminN; he kutivA thnt iMhlV houw of t-oriVL'Limi is a fc-hoyi of iiinl wlit-ii thu rnU is ufion hi- hark, Kvury onu strive to Lit- I'lkt- to tliotn in wlidin they (It-siru id be nquii! whli in fj'i'rv. Ik- Kt tlio MIII, inrt, will hfchtfr than h.; Ills bvst, iinUH npunki uch of Christ to eve the AN -vOCUMf I'mfits muc lavcTiihle t-fint tlmii CdmliaUj'. (''or furtlio JAS. GOODWIN. ITL- Dr. J. M. CAlMT.M., -17, tin- ikiiMU'cil. ifferlnif nior n.v otlit-r Life IiiKiirnnc cull m my Ollloe. fiUV K. MlKLrp.tfe KI.UAO SMITH, Ajr't II art Ford, CITY FJKE JNSURAiXt'E COMP'Y I] uf imiTi-'uitii, uos'.v. CutiUhl......................f jt.itt-a in irhi-.-ii It is Jdlf Imrlll i-l.i, C, C- 0, U. 1'rc K UN Xf II OFF! (JHj1 AT w-Mch nil tlic iMLpl ill? W.xttirn, Xorth-U'cjt lllw ihc I lit- out j 3. II. I'KJce, Amt. (IciH'r.il In 01 Pnr unil n ilctnlli'il jmti litu nfrilrv iiftlic I'ullck'd liuntt is mi llonrt. U can i not l.o ctmtuiitod tu tip vjiiniU oti i Imldor, bill iii.iu iiu, vorj- cop of Viil-ily, Ilfitviiii i, for inun, Mlll iliut rum, ]s fur IK-ni-i-ii, tci, ror Ullll'il tin.' [kM-rL-ulioil of nre pUsucJ Ljiu-lic, .Vcriiy, Ulirii.liunn will, lisvu K'lTiirasly'ii'iijireifCii llioir gnuw, ki; Uicv and or, lioiiiT und lidior, bv ivh-kc.1 mi-n. Iw dimnoniU Miino inon in. ihc do tho mint in C ivorsi I rawt liol; men nrc ihc ino.n men; none ttn Imniblc oi, um-ili nj .i..u live liighost :u Iluuron. Mr. Soeli'j' luj n-riitcn n lulicr lo b XOM- York imiiw, ilmt "Mlrow from the pjulornto of Aicuriunn -1! in IVw, privnlo reasons. Ho still i in wilhoill for Kucliiv ntxl vicinity. o. .Mitrcli 2, 'ill Mode .1 V far only nut unil Mining to tuiv i.t iliat. ui for no Crutjit. hut down n-lll; tin- cur. i.iiiB il vlille 11 l< UuiilH ilu-kln.! wt- iuo.< clK-crfuIlj- urnl THOIIPE A GOKTON. DJtY GOOfiS A dXftmlimllon will you TJic Variety Ix KxcuIIeu A [Hi if tin UI o LL A5TO.VIS YOU KXCLIJH J- Grunt :irc Oivcu In A r.nc rc for tj eta. Sapcrfliie, Qualliy, (12 ui Cnrfl. IMcw, l.el In i.n.vlns vur Uithtri, iv iulousJj- can i.m Ilfur. TIIOKPE GOETON. 111 In tliclr Mil- ntul linvi- Ll n I'l-'-Jiriiliitloii, to Jiiiuiurv !j do to tunniK-iicv the .N-.-w Vtar 'in TIIORP1-J cc GORTON. mber. o Jiiiiunn it.d iutju. 1, nil tl.n. tlifir 'Inbll u rr.vltic tfl new mnjoi iiii-1 fur Ciii-li Only, a, VIT.V 4ftiltt tlnruniu IMai.K F I if (i red Liih llt-nvy 85 cu. (ics-yurtl. i-.'i cents. il wool, fromSOc up om M jierya'd TK a us AX ii DDL Itlnck, The Bachelor's Button, 'Wlmt Si'i-y iin'JiiriK--'1 woiiirn i.-sclii ml Kretl M li" iMiHjn-) ?i-'witij; rnom one rK'i'liinj.'. "Tiul care if.'? 'IiulccJ! whuL has occurred to forLii very polite 'U'liy. imru you've u-ir.li soi otic fnr tlic Ust Imur, mid 'l n liniird sunaiblo uttL-rcii slini; I Ml IMIIX sliu ciiUTml parloi Liicy ruse to M'L-li.-oiiit: lier, nrtd iilloK' iiiL- to iii'.roduci! brothci-, ilr. Hinndi.-ili." The siui-t Nhowi-il tlif-y oach otliL-r in-tant.Jv, but rclL-tri-i) to thoir prvvioiir Tli of visit lio-.v miicklv lion Ami they, still dcuiiiud ujyrc Cor Witli inure ilmn -.vliilt to IJL' Ijt'ld iil iuL'jOClion, w'llrit n force South Cnroliun could com- co ilcjii-oy ibiak wliiit ;v tx'giinciit sin: t'OiiUi iliey cry ".Justiuv to till.1 SuiiLli t.ooic iclthilie VOtr (if Iff tB I'lff-i'.' 1. P. aj-J H. i-'litrlilit.........T.IO'J 0. l.ouliliitm..... 'tft. -U..1AI of Xuw voieb more than O'Jujrs. 'Jii-ue vote.-" for every liv-.- ainvvA in th-1 -Mid olcvm Stiitci! Unitml Stuttis Sfttmtord. Xew York has two. linvit .17 Congrosrfir.cn; NW Vorlt has "ifijstitt to tilt.' itidij-J I COST oi' Wmia, TtiKif (f o M li.ODri.ilnH .'ooDim) n.tjno.o'tO To rt-iiiovu I'.'ilil hy Ticuiy fur N'.-u- Mexico.......... I'iit-1 JiiJiuii A Picture o2 Thurloi The genial writer ol' pen and ink iji thc-ljL'ttdor ibiis ik'Seribeit o1.' the moat prominent men ia American public life: TJIII, (ingulttr, und Jaryc-boned, witii Uiick ami wiry hair cut vigoruialy to a loug, iimsi-ivc lie.-id, fii'I of nervous uc-iiLoliccI: bouw, lipsliabitualJytoij-.prx-.-scd; und grey ejvbrowjt frluging a sloping nhcil'of larehcad 5 hazv cyori of tcUiilu vijjtlnnt, humorisric, wlilj jHjwor of fiftverc ..-KiircscJor.; a iiiiiscsiljtr ?tantli.ig out like a on doty teforo tho oth-.T with u aaumiuo cojiijtlexion ftonojrapbic liabi! TflCL', fi'iiincd tintlor n. broad pro- viiiciul Leaver auriiiouuLJng boned in tin; style of a geli- lunncr paylug Ills visit to :ia ns near eau it, i.-t tlie outer nun oi' Tuurlow boyoud nil ihu lirst iinotlicinl iiu niaa ir. ihc L'niied Swtea. Pressing for- wurd uiujfr tv hiph ooiidetwiitioii of vita! in- wiiUVt'C, Ilia face is lighted with of purpoiii.-, iiud liis whole body li thrown f-jrwiii-i] H.- H' io overtake and sOize- ilio object wiiicli he is mciuully purj-ulng, cviJently prepared to r.iako il Totally ck-void of in from niun's whole a of poivcc niiJ eotiviction   niarlcoil irriolio in, onco iv.wijvfj to ;tccom- pliah an object, lie nut era upon pursuit I'ith a of tlv-iermhiiition ignoring k', a s which dirdxins explanation or apology tbrtlit: tntcus ho inrf ich the end, in hid Tot.il................... Xoi one inch of torn tor v ever Ol Ii.-r visit iniickly -n-Iy by. Tlu-r-j piirclmiod or of uny foroipi power, were; no invimiiuns refuayd now, nud Krod since Cotisuttiiiun wad 'adopted, nt the .ickiiawlcilgcd to himself tluit hi-s of the free or which yfts ln- er.conijuiiis wure fulJv jii.-tifioil. .rt. Lucy riecretly tod hurdelf on thu of lier Olio day, after I'epctlted ac trfr. ,i which avoided, Fred ftilluweu r-iaU-r into iliu and com- n-.i-nired pliLyinj: wkli tin- children.' "I citimui lliilllc ivliat is tint cnrvlifs-sly I do i-Vuncli m llruwii jij.J Drnb, Tfu teniied for Lhtir bcneii'.: yet the i'rce huve more than two-thirds of-the untlre of nil those ncquiriitioiio of territory. ITow has tho turritorj bei.'2 divided rVom the territory thus purcliafed, 2jiJ puid for by liif S idles, five nei.v slava hnvo been admitted, hnving Uio exv-'ntof territory :ind in SLnie- rs In L a d i e C 1 o l h E.VGUSH la tUHl liL-avy. unil Drills. :d 'Jild and far nali) in tfy :i; WOOL AND UNION FLANNELS, YAllfJS OF ENGLlSir, WELSH AMERICAS FLAXXKLS, For at L- olii bnebulor. vpci-tiiii that iVotn you.' ?Hrroi., iiitlecd s-ii-1 Mrs. Lucy warmly, She if. pr.-tty, ami highly iiccmnpIi-iltM. tJnu alu; eiui loriuru ;i piimo fur :md u ivholc I suppose.' in-e quite miswken, sir. Sin.- is well by fur tin; :no-tt clifribhi pe.-Son of my 1 only hope you niity get h.ilf M fi'iod Ji wifo im giveme tlio name fif thid ili- WHITE GOODS ii line 1 cin ii Hit- fro HI.KAC1IKU (Hi tnlly only tl.'n' IltlSII vi.ly I2icl KUlllWUEICIKSathhirtlic e l linntb. .il prices. 'No, (in thv whulo I Lhink iibus: forym: to di-covi-i- lior hy tho cxcrcisu of your supc- rior Mrs, Lacy. (_______..... Just ilmn tlie f.itcs dpcrot'd tliitt Master :tccoptod hi.s proposal.-, nnd UK- Fwilditi should cut his finper, whilnt j wintisr found IILT duiiu'.-fJciUud with thom :i. vi'.h hiri ntid in one of thu family. I havu Jutely altered tny iiu stifflv iutcrrupiioji. "I Laruly bcliovc thai -he wi'll why not." j _ "Hccniiso .-bi1 is an sijiwiblc i find hits ;i soul nbovo Fred s-ognrdod his for n inouiont iu bowed to foo'titool of slavery. Tho coiu- November will  lurlno Co orth to do !ionor He imhce. hla1 H hun> climetl ii.v muiilwr nf :i pnsstwei) -on njterl towards the I 'll-' Lo :h'! of hi with .ipon Jicr. Sim Imd judt roiiclied thc'brinic of i bus: she j'ou'fnirly t-nongli, the t-ivcr tlint formd the bomidnrv tlic Uru Xo friendly spnn- nor' thu Btreum; no bout pulled from tho als his forces, and directs the thnu a follow. However WP of liis Tlio 1 nny iJiiler fiom U'iUinui U. Reward, we cnn- codc to him lioiicsty o'" purpose, and tho iwt order of tuIonL lie no ImJf-uny ?i-yuiifia. JTc do.3 noiliiug Hold, talented, nnd of nil ttie of n gren: poIUicHl kadur, lilrnin- in'ithcr tu the rislti nor to the Irfi. Gitwd LADTKS' BILK, CLOTH, AN'D THREAT) GATJ-NTLETS, jlL3o, A'ff) the thlF niore rclallinl'ln thb'Cit 'To'-proUci tho Pulilic from ilccq Minurtciurrr'. hrti; 'the. folloirlji V To the Tuhllc, BII'I) iny' Cuntome (ijrulnnt'jfboil of inferior liftvc ttiV honor o Inform them, 'Trill fiufde cy I'wIll'proK.x'ut for forttitrjrtg tli lIeitcxtL-nt'ofthe RecelruJ J. EDWARD ick Tty the wiiy, l-tiopc it will lint reach' Knnnie's uiirt, Or'l never ticnr liia wiitcii, hfi ftninrf 'it 'vttm iujnrly time for the cnrn so hnatily inp it note to sister, he proceeded tn the in a few inOtiK'nW wn.-f ofi1 to fulfil li'uj "J docliiro Wrs. ,-imd'r. of hid fr'- witlm moot composure. lit! .it once the st ur.d mo.st dangerous man in thu Oov- cnjincnt. JGvery step uf lui jioliucal Iifo, been inarkei.1 by a lie his way cau- tiouniy, but when --atisficd Uia: liis luliiible, itrjij- Umt-'liu on safe ground, he forth iiliu j-oniu iniclk-ctyiil fdant, utnr- thu world by the loldiiedf; OL' liiri seiiti- iW, and carrieii nil before him hy (he trmnenduous force of !ii- .Sturtijig in life u rojc humble [-ajiitiun.-inil worked way tiirOii-h .venues of up to the Chiot' party.. Butwu'itill tljut individual iittacliliiciiLs may not-nt timcrt h.ive .1 controlling inflnoiicc in the diapoMtion by Ilim of party patronage, for we kaotv of no man more strongly -wedded to friend-, or moru protid.'y conteniptuoos of his enemies. to his friends with nil the lenftcity of bis strong n-iture, of nireutn- KtitiicrtK or fyrtmiu can withflri-w hi.-' afloctionn until he is convincivJ by proof io himself _ of utnvorthinrfg. Cordially urcetinfr 3Ir. U'ccd ns.lin nloBg on his ilovn town march (o the old wo take pleiijitirc in in dcGnnco of party vituperation, that, lie away in tho of jv.in lie will loavc no Inrger, ormoregcni.il spirit to ukelifc place ud the busy singe of human uSatrt." to rnoct; Xli Bnlnnce' nb; O.'.T, KDWAMD n yoiir brother; by; the ivny, quite nn uil-- I venture thin V'Ali-! 'wlniL-wHii 'HP llnrrifill_Y n fiun't-'ynn tliinlc'lhu fi'ingt'' oiKiny-'itliuwh itpitll" on the -'but ton" of hideout, mid 'we tried my'b'i'-ftO.UtnJo the upell VIH btlt.tO'DO Wi'1'0 ''nblifjud't.o'iv-' turn the mxjro.'M'lioi'e'hft hnrroiv'ed'a knife', Ucy, us hcrmill the dinner tn-1 siMod nil 'nUeinpts nmde bv liia Koyal Hmh- li.wjust sent ino.a.note'1 that lio in m-sn to-enrnproinin'iJ her'honor.' 'So'iiio giiiijti- LO lejivc'tuwu for n' week, I n-irfi j of "Miw" Rociifdriiraro citnnt" I h.-td told: him jou were -to -be She wis nskett ill nmrfiiigu by the Duke of i his jjon, tho'JUi-qtiis. Prince "of solicited 10 hmilj- iipori1 hltnsplf.' ba'citii'-fj' hid suit by of'pnvaie'tnarrinfili; prineiily tte. betVouir (hpe two bbiin.ed .K'rtev'to on- silt; biiotild net: Thu Conn er.acd 'her not to eoiirtiilt itcr heart Vipnn lio.occimioH, but tli0 iireav, defeitder of abolition non( oiiii-rJvtiitigTitorft worthy, than i'or'cigliteen-yearf" he has etood forth iu thtj Sunatc uf' the Gnitxid iSiAtcM, ihc: grciit chamjiioi- of freedom, and opposer Of lie has itt' every of Aground, tjiitjl liat ,ate, ,and ir, the uf.rt.. proud yicior; tlm battle, .the.vic- tvry-is won; 1'rccdom Xot u-ith'-tliii -'jubulftni h'e coi'ily luys dow'll his '.prrigrnltmiC- for" tho -Thc; Court muft-' be iln> sidy' "of I' A mother of Cop- pie, "ho rchidcrt nt Ceda'r coui.tv, Iowa, write? to tiic Dnrenport. GazcXt tliAt cho one was up 04 A in Fridny.'the JCLh; the second ia novr in Canada; nnd'tin- third is going to school ar SprinzdAlb.. Sho hcr.lsttor Utci: ;T Jo not believe jti the principles, of ,or die taking lit man. life oa.nnv occawon; but my Ulble te'ls me to do unto'others as I would 'Lave them do unui me, ind to'undo -tbe burdctu and Jet. lri.'e, Aw. I feel, it ray duty'to lend ray. in- Support of those Divine truthn.. I proud to SAV'that'I Imrc to implant; the cf of' humanity in thc-mJadu of. and- the great aui.bor of my being that hiivo taken .root, and producing the fmitd which1   

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