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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - September 12, 1890, Defiance, Ohio Defiance county Republican vol. , Defiance county Ohio Friday. September 12, 1890. No. 89. Special notice 3toxt web jury Dor is boots shoes and rubbers. A to Quot of ties �w-a.2stts Money Here Are their orders a a emr. Starr sell those goods we purchased of f. Swalley amp co., at any Price to turn them into and we intend to fill them to the letter. So remember. If you want dry goods dress curtains notions or boots and shoes you can save Money by coming and catching on to these bargains we Are offering. The Swalley Stock will be closed out and a new Stock placed in our rooms. Defiance dry goods co., successor to e. Swalley amp co. Greatest bargains out in dry goods boots and shoes. Tiffin township. Pony rained kicked by a Colts a Good Man for auditor noted e. Partee is dialling friends in no39-2w Chas. E. Bronson a real estate Exchange Defiance Ohio. 306�?for Sale 60 acre farm in Section 30, a Glaize township Paulding county 50 acres under cultivation Good Frame House and other buildings. Price $2,Koo. 308�?for Sale 65 acres in Section 7, Noble township Defiance county Good buildings. Price 1,700. 328�?for Sale 40 acres in Section to Mark township near Mark Center 5 acres cleared a ditches on two sides. Price 1,100. 339�?for Sale Corner lot at b. It o. Depot to Defiance desirably located. Price 750. 348 for Sale 40 acres in pleasant township log House Frame Kitchen a Good Well Good Fence to acres under cultivation. Price $1,500. 352�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 13, Delaware township. If sold soon will take $800. A a 357�?for Sale 20 acres East of canal in Flection i. Price 475. 363�?for Sale lot 14 in Krotz addition to North Defiance. Price $100. This is a rare Chance to secure a Good lot to build on. 368�?for Sale one of the Best terms in Defiance county. 160 acres within two Miles of line 70 acres under cultivation soil Black Sand and Black to my the Best in Tho county Frame House two stories 82x60 feet 20 acres in wheat. Price 60 per Cre with half Cash a reduction of Hoper acre for Cash. This is a rare bargain. 369-por Sale a Good hotel property near of. A o. Depot. Must be sold at once. 381�?for Sale two Brick store rooms three stories Between 3d and 4th streets on Clinton. A Good paying investment. Price Only . 370�?for-Sale, House and lot on Holgate Avenue known As the Perkins property Price 3,. 387�?for Sale lot 14, East Defiance a Good two Story Frame House 7 rooms Frame barn. Price 1.200. 394�?for Sale 80 acres in Section 16, Defiance township 70 acres under plow Good log building All tiled and in Good shape. I Rice 3,600. A Good Chance Fob the right Man. 396�?for Sale 120 acre farm in Henry co., near Holgate 95 acres cleared Frame barn a two Story Frame House Well under drained two open ditches free from stumps Small fruits plenty. Price 7.200, Cash 2,400. Call at once. 399�?for Sale 40 acres in Section 25, Delaware township on it. Wayne Road. Price 22 per acre. Must be sold at once. 406�?for Sale House and lot for 550. On easy payments in South Defiance. 407�?for Sale 40 acres in Sec. 13, Delaware township 25 acres cleared Fine Frame House and barn All new Price 2,500. Purchaser can secure 40 acres adjoining this 40, cheap. 414�?225.00 will Purchase a House and lot in last Defiance. Call at once. 412 a for Sale. House and lot 6 rooms Well Cistern and stable. Price 1600, 417�?for Sale lot 86 in Holgate a addition to North Defiance. Price $250. 419-for Sale lot 15, Booth and Aldrich addition to East Defiance House with 6 rooms Well Cistern Stabe and Wood shed. Fl6carriageat the office at All hours to show property free of expense. Chas. E. Bronson Defiance o. Money i am daily making Loans on improved real estate in Northwestern Ohio at six per cent interest these Loans Are made on either Long or Short time with privilege of paying Back in partial payments before due and stopping interest on the amount paid. No life insurance required. I also buy Good notes and make abstracts upon reasonable terms. H. G. Baker. Lawyer and loan agent. Defiance. Ohio. No37 a r wife who uses ii is mouse is muzzled in her Ilard keep your House Cleet Aii grocers keep it cleanliness and neatness about a House Are necessary to insure Comfort. Man likes Comfort and if he can to find it at Home he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives know that Sapolio makes a House clean and keeps it Bright. Happiness always dwells in a comfortable Home. Do you want cleanliness Comfort and happiness try Sapolio and you will be surprised at your Success beware of imitations. A a. Bryan. A mrs. John w. Deepe is reported on the a Lek list. A Allen Carpenter Baa rented the Berch told farm. A John Partee rejoices Over the arrival of a bouncing boy. A or. B. F. Kellermyer visited relatives in Defiance sunday. A Horace Warren has moved on one of my re orig a farm. A we. And Sam Bath Are engaged in moving Alex Haney a Bouse. A master Orvel Kuhn of Defiance is visiting his Uncle John c. Kahn. A the recent Rains have caused the Farmers to be Busy sowing wheat. A miss Malinda Miller gives music lessons and meets with Good Success. A Joe. Wisda has bought quite a number of sheep in this Vicinity lately. The Road leading West of the no.1 7 school House is being Gravelled. A John Davidson of Adams Ridge made these parts a business fall recently. G. W. Burk Tai is of taking a course of Telegraph at Janesville wis Consla Corn will be a larger crop in this com Mun Ltd than Many Farmers expected. Hon. B. F. Enos will lecture at the Gur Well school House saturday eve 13th. A Willis Keister had the skin pealed off his nose by being kicked by a Small Colt a John w. Shaffer moved from the Berch told form to the Rogers farm last tuesday. A Thomas Mulligan is engaged in making tubular Wells. Or. M is an expert at the work. Al. F. Orahood has been named As the democratic candidate for Justice of peace in our township. A Frank Silver our Boss Thresher has returned from the North Ridge. He had a a big run this season. A the school houses in our township look very handsome with their new cup alos and Bella the citizens Are quiet proud of them. A commissioner Millers driving Pony was was accidentally kicked on the leg. It is doubtless injured for life this a severe loss to or. Miller. A my Charles speaker who has been seriously 111 the past summer has been brought to her parents Home. She is improving slowly. A Orlando b. Partee purchased hogs from a number of Farmers Here they were marketed at Defiance saturday $3.50 per Hundred was the Price paid. The Republican caucus will be held at the town House next saturday sept 13 inst. Let every Republican be present and see that the Best and purest men be sent to the county convention. We have always been proud of the staunch Republican Organ of this county the a Republican we Are prouder of it now than Ever. It is far ahead of any other paper in the county in Everyway. Knowing the splendid ability of the former manager we wish the new proprietor Success in every Way. A we would suggest that jus. O. Walsler would be a proper candidate for auditor. We heard a prominent Rural Democrat say if or. Wisler was nominated he would vote for him. Or. W. Is so Well known in our own Community and elsewhere As to need no introduction. He a a Farmer. A the Farmers Alliance continues to meet regularly. Their next meeting is on tuesday evening sept 9th, at Kane s school House. The Alliance is prospering in spite of All opposition the Farmers will not be whipped into line by party leaders any More but they Are alive to their own interest. From what we can learn the fall term of the Defiance College promises to be largely attended. The diligent student will improve his time in mental culture at the College. Prof. Tucker is to be applauded for having secured a Man of such eminent ability As John a. Keys As head of the Colie Gate department. Overly Kuhn. One of the most pleasant occasions which it was our pleasure to attend Wab the marriage ceremonies of or. Dan a Overly and miss Anna Kuhn at the residence of the brides parents in Tiffin township on wednesday eve september 3rd. At an Early hour the guests began to arrive Ana soon about one Hundred were present Rev. F. L. Snyder of Decatur Indiana performed the marriage ceremony and Rev. Wales offered prayer. Miss Celia Potter and or Fred d. Kahn were the respective attendants of Bride and Groom. Congratulations were extended by those present. Soon after the invited guests seated themselves to a Bountiful repast in which All seemed immensely interested but none More so than b. F. Keller ire to whom special mention is due for his capacity and staying Powers in the present of dainties and eatables. During the evening a Good social time was had. Excellent music was furnished by h. E. Partee. At a late hour the guests retired feeling that one of the most pleasant event of their lives had been enjoyed. Many of the guests were from jewel Okolona Adams Ridge Defiance Brunersburg and Preble county. The Happy couple spend a Short time visiting friends in Southern Ohio. They will make Defiance their future Home where the Groom is engaged in the meat Market business. Although their Many friends Here will miss them they wish them a Serene and peaceful journey As Man and wife. May the state of their conjugal Felicity be never marred by any discord. The following is a list of May valuable presents one set of plates and one set of knives and Forks or. And mrs. Henry Kuhn one testament with psalms. Or. And mrs. Jasper Overly one Mirror or. And mrs. John w. Kuhn one clock or. And mrs. Chaa speaker one Corner bracket shelf or. And mrs. C. C. Kuhn one clock or. And mrs. Ii t. Potterf one table cloth or. And mrs. Peter Kuhn one upholstered rocking chair or. Fred Keller ire and family one set of Glass Ware or. And mrs. John c. Kuhn one rocking chair or. And mrs. Samuel Potter one Ifancy table spread or. And mrs. W. Foutz of West Alexandria Ohio one Catchall or. And mra Wesly Kencig. Jelly dish Eddie Kuhn bed room set of ten pieces or. And mrs. John Baker one work Basket Amanda Prueser one comb Foutz Cream Pitcher. Lewis Grubb cup and Saucer John Bohar fruit dish Alta Stckman cup and Saucer Jacob Bohar lamp Cynthia Potter fruit dish. Christopher Bohar dressed doll Annie fonts set of cups and saucers or. And mrs. Frank Bwl Nehart fruit bowl Horatio e. And nettle Partee Jelly Dali Howard Mccauly fruit dish Morse a Rogers pair of China vases j. H. And 8. W. Neaderhauser. Set of pie plates or. And mra we Hel rack cake stand Lottie Miller fruit dish or. And mrs. D. W. Rasor fruit dish and table cloth. Fred Kuhn and Cella Potter sugar bowl id % Potter Cream Pitcher Abe Potter fruit dish Mary Neader Hauser bread plate Emma Getgey cake stand Jennie and May Orwell butter knife j. J. Prueser pair of towels Emma Grubb fruit dish. Daniel and Mary Kuhn Castor or. And mrs. E. Webb Toffee pot stand Hattie Bohar Cantor Ruth Foutz butter knife Charles Hane Cantor Sophia Miller pair of vanes Linda Miller Mug Wallace Kuhn pair of towels e. A Hooker table cloth Emma Kuhn. We Here and there. General nears and personal mention gathered a in for townships. Washington township a Welker Bros. A fill pay 90 cents per Yard for Graveling a distance of seven Miles to Baul. The teams make two trips every Large number attended the soldiers reunion at Bryan the 2d and 3d.mra we. Holzer of Ney visited relatives in Delaware a few Days last week. A. J. Variot has his new Home nearly . Hane of Tiffin gave us a Call the 2d.f. E. Hall cloned school on wednesday of last . Holzer of Ney receives the Honor of being the Best Foreman on the Mackinaw r. R. William Well deserves the Praise As he is energetic frugal and industrious.cha�. Carver from near Okolona Bas rented t. Mulligans farm. Or. G. Has purchased steam Wagon ac., and moved thereon. We wish him Success. Tiffin a a. W. Burk purchased a Mare and Colt of Henry Myers. Consideration i 150. Samuel Bath moved a House for a. Haae last . Neaderhauser is visiting in new Haven Bergman was near Sherwood last week on business. Lehman Bro. Have completed their Graveling contract. They deserve special Praise As they did an excellent . A v. Gorges formerly of the children a Home has moved to Butler ind., where she will keep boarding House. Adams a Hattie Paxton of Eva sport is teaching the Whitney Mary Goppert of Indiana is Here visiting relatives and Corressell a Are entertaining relatives from Westrock is on the sick . Clemens of Williams county has rented widow demons farm for $150 a year. Mrs. Clemons will move to cases of diphtheria Are reported. A q. Parker is attending the Defiance Koppen later is Labouring for a. A. Metz. Delaware a the town Council contemplates erecting a wind Mill for Public use. Also to arrange matters for fire Protection singing every thursday evening at Fairview Chapel. Preaching at the Mason College every two weeks in the . Openlander does a Good livery business in our town. Etta Rock is visiting her parents in . E Brown of Hillsdale Macb. Was Here recently on . Palmer entertained relatives from Chicago recently. Jacob Berne lost his entire lot of hogs from . 8. Had a Sod d at their Headquarters last wednesday evening. Jno rocks business room received a new coat of doctors reports several cases of diphtheria. The republicans of Defiance county ought not to looses get of the fact that at least two county offices May be elected by them this fall owing to the dissatisfaction growing out of the democratic convention. Wild Flower. Hedges Cullings. At the Paulding fair disastrous run away lost his thumb and Index Finger notes. Be. W. Bretz of Continental was in town last thursday on business. A mrs. M. H. Mott of Warren ind., is Here on a visit to Hor daughter mrs. 0, h. Hovel a Nell Mckennone a Fox hound for which $5 Reward has been offered has not yet been found. A James Smith is vory sick with typhoid fever at the Home of his Nole John Smith. Slough by sum of Delaware was Hore a few Dat i last week to visit his brother Lafayette by sum. A miss Nettie Crawford one of the leading Belles at Columbus Grove is the guest of her aunt mrs. M. J. Parrish. A James Wilson and family left last monday afternoon for Fostoria which place they intend to make their future Boma up. T. Jones of Lima travelling agent for the Singer sewing machine company was in town last week on business. He reports excellent sales. A James Medley who ran away from Home some three months ago has been heard from by his Pronta to is residing in Fostoria and is doing Well be. Gardner of Hepburn Hardin county is Here on a visit to his Uncle a. Burris. He is also looking up landed property with the intention of locating Here. A Willie Holts Berry loft last week with his Cousin Slough by sum for an extended visit with relatives and friends residing in Franklin and Delaware count Loa a a very delightful musical social was held at the residence of or. C. Fisher in i a Dolph Davis started to Kendallville ind. Broughton on last thursday evening by last week to see about contracting for the members of prof. Thoa Crosby a or-1 bus line. Our Stock of Wall paper and curtains be closed out at reduced prices for the fall Trade at Washington township. Death of we. Donley ran Over and killed funeral of David Moog a Tho rain sunday evening was very Ben a Floral to the growing crops. A miss nettle Sutton returned last work from a visit at Napoleon and Defiance a the funeral of David Moog took place monday afternoon at the lutheran Church. A Jacob Warner of Ney has moved Hie Banner store into p. M. Cragon a Brick building. A Charley Woods and his Best girl attended the fair at Defiance one Day last week. Sherwood and Vicinity. Movement of ministers question of Church rights found four Bee Trees. A the correspondent from Platter Creek was in town saturday. A now that we Are not suffering for want of it we have an excess of Fain. A Harry Rock the Barber started for Illinois last tuesday morning for a Short visit. A Henry Wonderly is at present putting up a new House for Henry Breece of this place. Mra Fannie Rock of Chic Igo iu., who was visiting relatives Here resumed Home the 9th inst. George Worthington found four Bee Trees this fall. He Cut one and reports a find of considerable Honey. Another Medicine Crank put in his appearance in our town last week but his deportment did not warrant an extended stay. Mra Caroline Hannas of Manis Tiane mich., is visiting her father j. G. Leiber of this place. She will return in eight Weeka the new township houses Are completed and ready for tools and scrapers. Mai Sara Huston and Roush have the contract. A Rev. D. goes to conference in a few weeks. He Hab been on this circuit for the two past years and has been very successful mrs. Geo. Kellermeir attended u. B. Conference at Hudson ind. The Rev. F. H. Bailey will be on the Sherwood circuit for the next year for the radicals. D. F. Openlander and w. W. Huff were Over to Farmer at the picnic last saturday. The inclement weather and other circumstances induced them to Stop in for shelter on the Road Home. A the reformed Church is having some difficulty in regard to Church rights. The German pastor left instructions to lock the Church against the English part of the congregation. The order was being carried out when an officer appeared upon the scene and the old lock was put Back again. Chee fro. A Henry Cole who is in the employ of c. Carien our popular livery Man drove fifty Miles round trip last thursday morning in 413 hours time. He wants to know who can beat that record. A James Grubb of Broughton has resigned the situation of marshal of that place and James Gruenler has been appointed by the Council to fill the vacancy. He will make an Able and efficient officer. A a. W. Mods our popular Aud energetic saw Mill Man buys Hickory logs from 8 to 16 feet Long on the stump in the Woods or delivered at his Mill Yard. He also buys White Ash and Maple logs for which he pays the highest Cash Price. A a. N. Rogers of Broughton while out Hunting squirrels last week thursday morning come in Contact with a White bellied Snake 3i9 feet Long and As big As a Many sarm. He killed the Snake with a club before it had time to attack him. A mess a Crosby Hadley and Harp proprietors of Hadley a bowery Hall move their platform Hall to Tho Paulding county fair grounds and conduct the dances there next week. Prof. Thos. Crosby a celebrated orchestra furnishes the music. A James Banister an employee of e Bell a sons at Broughton while working around the stave cutting machine last thursday afternoon had the misfortune to lose his thumb and Index Finger of the right hand or. A. He mouser was called and dressed the wounds. A Thos. Jeffries residing at the residence of his Mother. My a. Jeffries 3 Railes East of this place had the sad misfortune last monday morning to have a two horse team run away from him throwing him out of the Wagon onto his right Side and having the empty Wagon run Over his left Side breaking the left rib and bruising the loft Side. Or. A h. Mouser was summoned and dressed the wound at present writing he in doing As Well As can be expected under the circumstances. A prof. Taos. Crosby a orchestra met last monday evening at the residence of prof. C. O. Coder who is musical director of the orchestra a very Fine musical entertainment was Given. They also serenaded or. And mrs. C. A Kinkead a Young married couple living one door West of prof. C. O. Coders residence. The following gentlemen were present prof. Thos. Crosby Leader first violin prof. J. 8. Hadley ass St ant Leader second violin prof. F. Staley Viola Tenor Viola prof. C. O. Coder first Alto Horn musical director of the band d. A. Mouser organist John Butler piano prof. A. F. Griswold violin cello base and Geo. Briss Xian of orchestra prof. . Spencer Basso pref do c. Mcclure Tenor. Btl Ian. A David Moog was run Over by oars saturday night on the Lake Shore Road and instantly killed. A Dell Warner of Bryan came to visit her brother l. D. Warner and other friends last saturday. A mrs f. Doud was in our Village one Day last week. The doctor intends to locate at Ney in the near future. A mibs Alice Crago la teaching school in District no. 4. She will also teach the win Ter term in the same District. A or. And mrs. Levi Lichty of Cecil Paul Ding county were the guests of Joseph Lichty saturday and sunday. A Rev. Bailey will preach his Farewell Sermon at Ney for this conference year september 21st, at 10 30 a m. A George Mead and miss Miller were mar ried thursday sept 4th, by John Baker j. P. May happiness go with them through life. A another one of the old pioneers has departed this life. William Donley or. Died september 1st, 1890, and was interred the 2d inst at a cemetery near Edgerton. He was born july 26th, 1813, and was aged 77 years i month and 5 Days. He came to Defiance county in 1831, when the country was new and while there were still plenty of indians in the country. Or. Donley was a native of Virginia and Bas been a life time Republican. He made his Home with his son in Law b. F. Honk where he died. Noble crossing. Pro Hauv Fin. of a child school Claeo. A Fine Rains again. A some wheat has been sown in this Section s a school closed in District a 4, tuesday of last week. In. I. Olrogg made a flying trip to Sherwood Friday of last week. A the game of Ball that was played last sunday ended in a Racket a Rev Fluckinger is spending a week with relatives in Crawford county. Miss Bell Koons from Hicksville is in this Section visiting her parents. Died infant child of Joseph and Flora Davis Friday september the 5tb. Jacob Mosser of Farmer township was in this Section wednesday of last week. In Mosser and wife spent saturday and sunday with his brother Jacob Mosser. Henrj Mack purchased a Fine stable horse of Gottleb Spiser. Consideration �?�200. 1 he Little folks of this place had another old fashioned play party at John 8. Groggy a saturday night of last week. Rev. Elliott preached his Farewell Sermon at Oak Grove sunday of last week. There will to preaching in two weeks again by the new preacher. Moats. New House to be erected aged citizen in poor healthy personals. Adams township. Snooks Creek. Hog cholera raging a ten Pound girl baby lost a valuable horse. A Sam rail lost a valuable horse recently. Of. H. Kantner is attending the Defiance Normal. A we Rook will move to Sherwood in the near future. A the late Rains Are proving of great Benefit to our Farmers. A mrs. Neal of Drake spent a Tow Days with her parents near Sherwood last week r a some of our Well to do neighbors spent last Sabbath at the Maumee casting their nets. A hog cholera is raging in these parts. We. Holtzer of Ney spent sunday at 8. In Kintner a a preaching at the Mason College next sunday evening. Let everybody come and hear Rev. Shoe. A a. Housman and e. Roush has completed four new building in Delaware township for Publio use. A the Hicksville fair is to be held september 23, 24, 25 and 26. It promises to be the Best exhibition Ever Given on the Hicksville ground a or. Denman of Delaware Bend welcomed a smiling Little ten to Umla daughter at the Home of Jacob Kun Zamal on the evening of the 39th. Now Jacob get a Hustle on you and set Mem up. Fourteen rattlers killed in one i Vav Eek general and personal doings. Daniel English has been on the sick list Daniel English will Boon erect a new wind Mill. Or. William Roush is falling fast to is entirely helpless. A Jerome Kintner is Labouring for Christ Krabill near Farmer. Some repairs were made on the Dun Kard Church recently. D. M. Kintner has commenced work on William Mcfeeters House. Miss Mamie Bercaw visited friends near Moats a few Days last week. Threshers will soon be through with their work in this Section. Annie Pollock was the guest of Bell Kintner sunday of last week. Henry Hane was the guest of f. In Kintner sunday of last week. Wesley 8hong, Carpenter is busily engaged at his Trade near the Bend. A Jacob Kintner and wife spent sunday of last week with or. And mrs. M. Dickey. Henry Hill having ended another term at College will again direct his attention to labor. A singing school has been organized at North Delaware. It is conducted by Nancy Cosgrove. F. H. Kantner entered the Defiance College september 12th, for a Short course of eight weeks. Or. 8111 will commence his new residence soon. David and Wesley Shong so the contractors. A the Rock Bros were very successful in driving for water at or. English a a Strong Well was the result a David barns and Edward and Josie Poe started last week for the Northern part of Michigan. We wish them a pleasant journey. Children cry for pitchers Castor la. Backless Arnica Salve. Case Nora Keller ire Nutmeg Grater John the Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises 8ores, ulcers bait Rheum fever bores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by Colby a Scott. A a l. Parker lost a horse last week. A miss Iva Newell spent last week in de i Fiance. A Anna Hitt of Bryan visited Lizzie Root last week. A the recent Rains have greatly helped the late Corn crop. Be. E. Root and lady visited on the Ridge last sunday. Pc. My Parker and lady visited at or. Andrews last sunday. A Edward Santo is doing Tho finishing work on Gilbert roots House. A William Schultz and family of burners Barg visited at Beckmann a last sunday. A Farmers Ore Busy cutting Corn. The crop is very slim in some places and others Good. A William Allens farm bands killed 14 rattle snakes last week while blowing new ground. A George Letterman has left the tile Yard and went to trucking logs. This is Good business. A the ground is in Good condition to sow wheat and most of the Farmers Are improving their time in that direction. The correspondent of Adams seconds the motion of the brother correspondent of Washington to have a re Union. A a Job of ditching is being done Between sections 9 and to. In Adams township by Aaron Markle and Henry Nankeman. A done to forget to attend the Republican caucus at the cookie school House. Sept 13th, 1890, at 8 p. St. Everybody come out. Spook Dyke. Do not suffer any longer. Knowing that a cough can be checked in a Day and the first stages of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee or. Ackers English cough remedy and will refund the Money to All who buy take Itas per directions and do not find our statement Correct bold by n. G. Woodward. Highest of All in Leavening u. S. Govt report aug. 17, 18s9. Baking powder absolutely pure in ii b at 6 per cent. Interest in Hima no All Loans closed up on Short notice. Red tape about it. Good notes discounted at reasonable rates. William e. Moll. Office in Stone fronts Defiance Ohio with Harris amp Cameron

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