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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 17, 1875, South Haven, MichiganMic loan state news. Tiiu a of amp my a correspondent of the Denver news famished the following readable account of the a anal festivity of Pottawatomie at Neta Wake i found a Wagon in readiness to convey me to the Mission eight Miles Distant across the Prairie. The ride was much enjoyed by the undersigned and shortly after eight o clock we alighted at the agent s House. This House has a history which if written up would fill a Book it being at the time of the Overland stages a station on the route Between 8t Joe and Denver. The building still bean the Marks of its former inhabitants and is rather worse for the Wear. The ceremony of which i am about to speak occurs Only once a year and is Callea by the indians and rightly named the ceremony commenced about nine of clock. During the past year one of the warriors of the tribe lost his sister by death and it is an established rite a among them that whosoever loses a sister or brother shall i he sees adopt into his family As sister or a Roth a any Man or woman of the tribe that consents to fill their places. This Young Man who had a lost amp sister after mourning for a sufficient length of time found a a Dusky daughter of the Forest a who was willing to fill the place of the lost one and after some Parley Between the old folks they Cor sewed to give up their offspring to the Young Man. The ceremony took plaice on wednesday night about two Miles from the Agency House. The old men formed a Circle around the fire and commenced a chant by sundry notes on a drum of their own construction which consisted of a piece of Deerskin drawn across two hoops. After a chant or two had been played the person who was to be adopted entered the Circle accompanied by another daughter of the tribe. The indians commenced to chant again and the a pc Jirld of adoption was led slowly around the Circle by her attendant. The indians believe that if she tripped herself in her walk her death would ensue in less than a year and she was handled As carefully As a Glass clock. After walking around the go Rele three times the Young Man who was to adopt her was Callea Forth and after a Blessing being pronounced upon them by the Medicine Man she was declared his sister. Then came the feast. Three Large pots had been filled Early in the evening with a steer and at the close of the ceremony it was sufficiently Vrell cooked to gratify the tastes of the indians and they at once a fell to a and thirty minutes afterwards not a vestige of the steer remained. The Daute was then in order and the tribe Brok Fortl with one Accord in a series of att it cd a at we had do credit to a fog whistle and they commenced to jump up and Down at a furious rate. Your correspondent not knowing the a step a concluded to withdraw find a left them whooping and be Tjing Ami Bobbing up and Down like so Many a a Karl Rick was in cutly fatally injured while coupling can at Petoskey. Bernard Keenan was drowned at Jackson a few evenings since while bathing. Wren Ted Markham fell into a cittern at Bay City the other night and was drowned y Twenty on thousand dollars has been paid into the Treasury of Kent county for liquor licenses since the Tornado Detroit women make a Bee line for Home the moment the Sun goes behind a Cloud. A Little child of Fred Cole Ali ring opposite East Saginaw was smothered to death the other morning. The Michigan Central Railroad car repair a hop at Jackson was recently broken open and $130 Worth of tools stolen. Fred Webber of Detroit recently Cut his Throat. Matrimonial difficulties Are supposed to have induced the deed. The Montreal House at Quot East Tawas was recently burned to the ground involving a loss of from $3,000 to $5,000. Geo. Bennett owner of a Large farm hear Boyne Falls Charlevoix they has discovered Gold and Silver on his premises. The loss of Pine Timber in Alpena county in consequence of the recent heavy Forest fires is estimated at Over 100,000,000 feet. The car and machine shops of the can sea Southern railway on Grosse Isle were burned a few Days ago involving a loss of $30,000. A Large amount of Pine Timber has been consumed in Marquette county by Forest fires. At one time four fires were visible from Marquette. A. A Pattina one of the proprietor of the Morton House at grand rapids has been arrested for violating the provisions of tie civil rights Bill. The decline in Salt has aroused the Saginaw manufacturers and they have formed a combination to handle their Salt through their own agents in Chicago. Antoinette Staver a deaf and dumb woman was recently run Over by a freight car backing Over the Railroad track grand rapids. She had both legs Cut Oft. T. B. Sargeant has in cd Apex dated division superintendent of the Mackinaw division of the Jackson Lansing pc Saginaw division of the Michigan Central Railroad. A a i View at a twelve Hundred Tona of steel rail have been Laid on the Michigan Central Road within six months. The main lint is now entirely Laid with steel excepting about Twenty five Miles. Over 60,000 acres of land were recently offered for Sale at the state land office. 1 he bidding was spirited and Lively ranging from $1.25 to $10.00 per acre. Eight thousand acres were sold. Ten accidents of shattered hands Broket jaws and ruined eyes Are reported from Detroit As the result of Gunpowder patriotism on the 4th, and All the sturgeons had not yet been heard Frog. \ there is a lady in Detroit who is worse Oft than Flora me Flimsy who had a nothing to for she has evidently a a Noth ing to do a As she has just finished a bed quilt containing 25,000 pieces. The House of or. Flewellyn of Kearney Antrim county was burned a few Dava ago and two children aged two and four years were Burne Chaco death. Mrs. Flew Ell in and an infant child Escaje Ixl. A dam belonging to Ayres amp co., port Austin gave Way the other Day which Jim Jay caused the destruction of two other dam a Ted the heavy flood carried away a portion of the track Ite longing to the Dick and seume of Ike logs. A few Days ago a gentleman in Bay City bought some chemical fire proof paint intending to use it the next Day. In an Spring from these rocks hour or so the paint took fire spontaneously. He mixed it with Oil and set it out of doors when it again ignited and burned up. The balance of Cash in the state Treasury june 30 was $1,287,535.40 receipts during the week ending july 7 were $60,-310.6 payments during the same time a tie Gorge is heart of the useful and suggest be. Half a Pound tallow one ounce or Camf Frior the Bottom of sea. A miniature after several Days energetic sight Sec Fng in very hot weather we packed our Vali gets and stole away to the Isle of Wight by Way of Brighton where we stopped Over for three hours to see the aquarium you de seen 1 a series of elegant terraces Anil find yourself apparently at the Bottom of the sea. Cool arched Grotto like Halls extend in every direction ending in Fern eries Bright with tailing water while along the sides of the Long arcades Only a Crystal Wall Serratos you from the watery Homes of fishes cels and All the innumerable finny and funny inhabitants of the deep. You look up through the Green water As if you were a fish yourself and know for the first time How it feels to be at the Bottom of the sea. Great solemn Aldermani looking cod Whiting swim up and stare into your very eyes enormous Conger eels writhe playfully around your head idiotic looking dog fish lie Pilad on one another and blink placidly into your face like so Many sheep while the skates and the stingrays Are flattened out in a panting flae cavity upon the gravel at the Bottom. Littfe Sitter herring and Golden i ipod Yoang Salmon Drill about like Clouds lit by the Moon and on All Stjes against the rocks that vary the surface of the tanks Wae the exquisite fringes of the i sea anemones. Here above All is the suit i said that common Salt scattered Over the ground will drive away the chinch Bug. A barrel of it will sow Over ten acres. To soften the hands of Mutton Quot gum and one ounce of Glycerine melt and when thoroughly mixed set away to Cool. Rub the hands with this at night it will Render them White smooth and soft. When wheat is fed there is enough in it to Supply All that is needed for the Yolk and gluten enough to make the White and Lime enough to furnish the Shell and it does Dot seem difficult now to understand Wiy Corn fed hens should not Lay As they do not. And Why wheat fed hens should Lay As they . Y. Herald. Currant one quart of red currants one pint of raspberries one pint of water and one and a half pounds of sugar Mash the berries add them to the water squeeze out the liquor add the sugar Ana freeze. Where raspberries arc unattainable use More currants and flavor with extract of Raspberry or Strawberry. Boft Teacup butter two teacups sugar two eggs one cup sour or Sweet milk four or four and a half teacups flour Small Teaspoon soda two Small Tea spoons Cream tartar. Beat the butter and sugar to a Cream add half the milk Fla voted with one Teaspoon Vanilla then half the flour add the eggs Well beaten then the other half of the flour with the Cream tartar mixed thoroughly with it and last-13�?T, the half cup milk w Ith the soda. Make in Small cakes and bake quickly. Rosa Kad As Many Rose leaves As possible. Pound them in an Iron mortar with in Iron Pestle until reduced to a perfect pulp. Then shape into round Ralls the size desired for your beads. Pass a very Large pin or Needle through the Middle of each and expose to the Sun on a Board or dish. When dry they will be nearly As Black As Jet ver3�?T Sweet and ornamental in proportion As they have been neatly rounded and Dex Trusly handled. They May be Strung upon finest wire India rubber or thread As the wearer a gentleman of my acquaintance who is quite a Chicken fancier says he has tried the tar and turpentine remedy but thinks he has killed with it More chickens than he has cured that the method of extracting the worm or Worms from the wind Pic a by Means of a horse hair or vent slender wire is not Alwa is to be relied on that the following is a remedy unfailing i and instantaneous put try air slacked Lime into a Lxix and let it in so stirred not to fill the in it a with the dust of it then suddenly put in the Chicken and cover with a piece of carpet. It the Chicken 1 in from half a minute to a minute. The Lime by aug inhaled causes the Worms to in thrown out. The Lime is very severe on the eyes and it is Well to Wijn off what re Nivins about them but it do its no . Collin. To distinguish mushrooms from Toad stools 1. Sprinkle a Little Salt on the spongy part or Gills of the Sample to in tried. If they turn yellow they Are poisonous if Black they arc wholesome. J allow the it Alt to act pm fore you decide the j question. 2. False mushrooms have a w arty Cap or else fragments of membrane adhering to the upper surface Are heavy and emerge from a Vulva or bag they grow in Tufts or clusters in Woods on the stumps of Trees Etc., whereas the True mushrooms grow in pastures. 3. False mushrooms have an astringent styptic i and disagreeable taste. 4. When Cut they turn Blue. 5. They Are moist on the surface j color Are of a Pinky red. Changing to a liver color. 8. The flesh in White. 9. The Stem is White solid and Fanner. And broach a theory w hich will at least set found by trial that leached ashes produced even better average results than ashes that were fresh sad an leached. Of course there must he a loss of Potash and some other soluble elements la the former Case and a result apparently so contradictory to the popular idea deserves sex Ami nation and if possible a explanation. We have Given this matter some thought on which our readers to thinking and May develop ideas still nearer the exact truth. While Potash is always valuable and particularly so for some plants the Potash in newly burned ashes is not in Best condition to be available As Plant food. It is just the thing for the soap maker in its caustic state As it will then at the grease and make a Good soap. But for growing plants this caustic Potash is not immediately available its Alkali needs to be neutralized leaving its Mineral element in the form of a sulphate or nitrate of Potash. It requires no set of Man to make this change. Nature and the elements will do it in very Little time. Ashes kept in any confined place where a current of air is not constantly blowing Over them rapidly absorb moisture Ana with that they have the faculty of uniting with the nitrogen of the atmosphere forming from their Potash a nitrate of Potash or crude Saltpetre one of the most valuable of All Mineral manures and freely soluble. But this nitrate of Potash is unfit for soap making. Housewives have Learned this for they All know that they cannot make soap by leaching old ashes that have become Damp from Long exposure to the air. Why they say the ashes have lost their strength but there has been no leaching so the Mineral elements must still be present. Nothing has gone from the ashes. It is Only the nitric acid of the Damp atmosphere which has neutralized the Alkali of the Potash and formed a nitrate. I no housewife would think of making soap from Saltpetre yet this is what is at tempted unless the ashes Are fresh. These old ashes Damp from Long absorption of moisture from the air Are just what tie Farmer wants for his crops. They have lost most of their caustic properties their a a strength for soap but they Are just Liat is needed Lor manure. They give the Plant both nitrogen and Potash each in its most available form and cause i growing plants to shoot up with astonishing vigor. They Are especially valuable for potatoes Corn and tobacco. 80 important do we regard it that the Alkali should be neutralized for immediate Benefit to crops that we would have a House built of Stone and if possible partly under ground Lor storing ashes. A re the change to nitrate of Potash would go Forward rapidly and once a year when cleaned out would furnish a considerable Quantity of valuable manure. The same building could in used As a smoke House and being of Stone would not in liable to be burned. Under some circumstances Sot Well understood moist ashes arc liable to spontaneous combustion and would in dangerous if left in Contact with Wood it is not doubted that fresh ashes will be Good manure. This change to a nitrate can and does take place in the soil As Well As elsewhere. It is quite probable that it does occur soon after the ashes Are washed Down into the soil and onl3�?T after the ashes Are washed do in into the soil ran they do any Good. But the question arises does not the nitrogen in the soil uniting with Potash detract so much from the soil s Fertility w Hile if the combination was made above ground it would be so much addition thereto this sul inject involves Many interesting questions we Ell worthy the attention of thoughtful Farmers and scientific new Yore r. A a a a a v. I v i vol Vul Uil Oua a and generally�?6. Of a Rose or Orange or. 7. The Gills of a True mushroom Harvest time Only a few years ago Harvest time was i a season to let a dreaded by the Farmer and his wife. Every operation was performed by the severest manual Drudgery and none but Stout Able bodied men or bo3�?Ts could Render any material assistance in the work a of securing crops. Now with the improved machinery which science and in preme lie Autv of the water world. Every variety of fringe Ami or cup g0�?ziushh be furnished the old and mimicked Here in Hue tha lately rival he a a a a healthy and infirm can All re Inion win Tor s., a be drafted into service and the puny boy i the it it ses of the Garden. In rest White i soft Cream no yellows Rich Salmon color i every Shade of tender Rose and glowing red and Royal purple and vivid Green a living Flower with petals As delicate As they Are deadly. For these Beautiful fringes and ethereal looking bubbles of color Are so Many murderous arms outstretched for mgt a. As we watch them swaying gently in the current amp poor Little transparent shrimp comes paddling swiftly by. He touches a Rose coloured Petal St flashes around him he is were $79 ,925.92 balance in Treasury july 7. $1,267,920.08 decrease for the week $19,615.32. The balance of Cash in tie state Treasury june 28 was $1,241,549.87 receipts during the we Eek ending june 30 were $90,076.94 payments during the same time were $44.091.41 balance in Treasury june 30, $1,287,535.40 increase for the week $45,985.53. A Tornado recently visited Jackson destroying propert3�?T valued at $1,500. A Peculiar feature of the Tornado As related by those in the neighbourhood was that after demolishing things for a mile or two it would Rise from tie Earth skip Over a portion of territory and Settle Down to business in another Section. For some time the Telegraph South from Lansing has Only worked by a a fits and a careful examination of the w ire showed that it was swayed by the wind against a Bridge at Diamond ale where it would touch and cling to the head of a Spike Nail which served As a ground wire breaking the circuit. At wenonarecentl3�?T a Drunken Man was confined in the new lock up but when the marshal went to bring hint before the authorities he was not to be found. He had taken up one of the planks in the floor and with it twisted out the bars and demolished lie room As much As he could and left a note warning the people to build their lock up in future on More secure principles. A coup do eat was executed by tie postmaster in Saginaw City the Othni night. Having leased a new building Foi the Post office some distance from tie one then occupied he made the change without any previous warning. The Quot merchants in the old locality Are exceedingly angry while those of Fletr the new Are correspondingly pleased. The matter creates considerable excitement As the new lease is for four years. Prof. W. J. Beal of the agricultural College has been appointed by gov. Bag Ley As one of the agents to secure specimens of Choice Michigan fruit for exhibition at the National Homological show in Chicago next september. The executive committee Are t. T. Lyon j. M. Sterling and j. G. Ramsdell and the other local agents a re John Gilbert we. Adair h. E. Bid Eli j. Webster chitdfi0gleo. Parmelee L. Fuller d. R Waters b. W. Pfc acre i. E. Ilgenfritz p. C. Daria and we. J. Nott. A few afternoons ago a daughter of Lawrence Day of Watertown about sixteen years old was taken violently ill. Her symptoms attracted attention and on being questioned she said she had been taking quinine. She grow alarmingly Voree and medical Aid was seat for when or. Darning her attending physician pronounced her symptoms those of Poison. Bra persisted in declaring that the had any taken quinine until it became evident a he Mast die when she confessed to bar Mother that aim had take amento in consequence of an Assn not made upon her n few nights before by 1s Young Man who my generally accepted As her Low. Flower and it closes contentedly Over his vanished form. The a know their danger generally these poor Little creatures and i Aid they touch Ever so lightly the tip of a j floating fringe would Spring away from it w Ith an electrical recoil. It is a very who was almost useless before can a com Pliski More in an Lour than the stoutest Man could in a whole Days hard work. From what a fearful bondage has the Farmer been emancipated then he strained every muscle throughout the Long hot july Day to Cut two acres of grass i now he sits on a cushioned seat an umbrella Over him and a Jug of ice water by his Side and accomplishes the same thing without starting the perspiration. Indirectly this improved machinery relieves the Farmer s wife from a Large share of the slavish toil which Harvest former v brought to her each year. Then she was compelled to Cook in the hot Kitchen during the hottest weather for a Large gang of i hands now but Little More than the Ordi u a i i ii Coli live ii in �11 1 a a Volt 11 14 i Al y __1 a 1 interesting thing to a Pend a few hours at a a a s Jet it us i the Bottom of tie sea to see the eight armed Pieu vre hanging from the rocks or the Green Turtle sleeping peacefully just below the surface of the we Ater to w atch the Hermit crab scuttling busily about each in his stolen Shell and to study the manners of the tip toeing Cra a Lish and the uncoiled lobster. There Are curious fresh water fish Here too in Large globes. Among others the mexican Azotes most Melan Chol a of fish dra Kil in inky hues Black As a Hearse and feathers with Plumy Tufts waving about their disconsolate Heads. Then there Ara the Telescope fish irom ,. China swollen and distorted Golden Carp. y�.�1 a with their eyes Iso goggle that they really not ou8 look like Itle of Wight Cor. N. Y. Graphic. The reasoning Powers of bees. The reasoning Powers of bees especially their Power of communicating inform re Tion to one in other which is disputed by Bir John Lubbock has been reaffirmed by or. Emery of Williamsport pa., in a recent number of nature. He save seen it a proved and illustrated hundreds of Bee Hunters he says understand this faculty in the Bee perfectly Well and turn it to a going account. Going to a Field or Brood Ata distance from tame 1kcs, w Ith their Box of to nov they gather up irom the Flowers and imprison one or More lines and after they have become sufficiently gorged let them out to return to their Home with their Zweily gotten Load. Waiting patiently a longer or Shorter time according to tie distance of the Bee tree the Hunter scarcely Ever fails to see the Bee or bees return accompanied by other bees which Are in like manner imprisoned till they in their turn Are filled when one or More Are let out at places Distant from each other and the direction in each Case in w hich the let be flies is noted and thus by a kind of triangulation the position of the flee tree proximately Ascer notwithstanding the great advantages i which machinery affords a great Many Farmers from the Mere Force of habit still j make Harvest a time for Rush and Huny and undue prolonged labor. We know men who work philosophically at All other times but now throw prudence and com Mon sense to the w kinds and Are in a i continual worry and fret Urjil every crop is secured. Liere Are times in Harvest when it is Aliso lately necessary to hurry aim work unusually hard and perhaps a unusually late or Early to secure a crop from injury or destruction but these Are Ordinary seasons and do it is the prolonged constant every Day Strain Darly and late without let up or rest that does the injury and against which we protest. The human system can Bear a certain amount of daily labor w without injury but carried a beyond this it wears out rapidly. In All tie Well regulated Industrial establishments of the world ten hours Are regarded As a full Davros labor for it has been demonstrated n that More can in accomplished in this lie has time working longer. It May not be expedient always to limit the time on the farm to ten hours but that there should be a reasonable limit and a regular system maintained As a general Rule no one can Den. We know men who during Harvest frequently Wrork till nine of clock at night and then commence next morning at four or five eos Clook. Such men do not accomplish As much As they to take the requisite sleep and real. A Man can hold a ten Pound weight at arms length with the necessary alternate periods of rest All Day Long but he can paralyse Bis arms by holding a one Pound weight a i Given time without rest. Health is the greatest Blessing a Man can have in this life. It is Worth taking care of for when once Loet it is rarely regained. During the heated term when men of most occupations seek rest and recreation the Farmer has it the hardest. Labor Isdo Ubl water in food. --___-5�? in sex tailed. Those who have stored Honey in haunting at this season and he Shon lil use their houses umber stand very Well How 1111 reasonable precautions against injury port ant it i to prevent a single Bee from j whole body should be bathed every discovering its location. Such discovery morning the diet should be Well regu eneral on i Matodi highly stimulating drinks should be Shoul location is sure to be of toured by a be Slaught from the hive unless All Means of Access is prevented. He thinks that Bir John Lubbock mistakes the object of beating pans sounding horns and making noises in having bees. The object we As not As sir John intimates originally to drive away evil spirits or to assert ownership As indicated by or. Re As Haw. It is simple As everyone knows who Evert humped on a sounded a Horn or veiled through a speaking trumpet on Sincli an occasion to drown the voice of they Queen to conduct tie Swan which members of the comm unify w to had been sent out like the israelite sent Forward Joshua and others had found for them. Highly stimulating c avoided and we Ork should cease whenever it becomes Farmer. Ashes As a fertilizer. From time immemorial ashes have been known and valued As a fertilizer. They presumably contain All the Mineral substances found in Plante and it is these which Are most generally deficient in soils Long cropped. Nitrogen is found Chicago m in limited quantities in the atmosphere and or guides who Are now generally conceded that soil or swarm to tie new Home plants or loth have some Means of utilizing and retaining it with this element supplied foe chief probable deficiencies w Ould be in phosphate of Lime and Potash. Ordinary Wood ashes supplies both of these elements notably the Potash of which when unleashed it usually contains 6 to 12 or More per cent. The phosphate of Lime in ashes is not in very soluble condition and it it retained with very slight loss after leaching while there is also a considerable Quantity of Potash remaining in leached ashes. We have found some Good banners say they regard leached ashes fully As valuable As those unleashed. They Are Good Farmers and their conclusion was based on the results of sep Erienne. They had to soars whose lungs Are impaired or whose Throat Art in s diseased condition the air of the sea Shore is said to be almost always poisonous sometimes deadly. In have lost $48,000 Kago base Ball club and betting a the you let they Are through betting. L a r a Mam is compensated when he goes out on a wet sunday and gets a dry ser dry Earth As a Deodorizer. Several closets at the agricultural College Are built on ground slightly sloping w Ith the Back Side toward Jie foot of the slope. No pits or holes Are dug. Along the Lack Side Are doors turned Down horizontally and Hung on hinges by the upper Edge. The doors usually hang Down to the ground but May be easily raised to remove night soil Wien necessary. A Small room in the same building i8 filled in dry time w Ith dry muck Loam or dust from the Road. Clay is better than said. Every Day or Ever other Day or twice a Day a Small Quantity is shovelled into each closet Copperas water Lime plaster or other deodorizers arc also used in addition to Day Earth. Every few weeks or even once or twice a year for a Small family the night soil is carted away to the compost Heap. If eared for As above there is almost no unpleasant odor nor is it More disagreeable to cart away than so much manure from a barnyard. Tie advantages of some such male Are the closets May be cheaply made and kept nearly free irom unpleasant odor they May consequently be placed much nearer die House or even connected with it there is no pestilential filth filtering into adjacent Wells or otherwise causing a a mysterious epidemics in the famil a the compost Heap is increased Kyj value. Something like this or better than this must some Day become the Universal custom in All the Best private houses schools railway depots and hotels. Slops from the Kitchen can be run upon cheap of dirt which May by occasionally shovelled Over and changed after it has absorbed a Good Deal of filth. It is then Well Worth removing to use As a Fer Lizer. It is better than running underground into a pit where the doors generally find some Way of escape often into the Kitchen on account of some defect or stoppage of the pipes. The use of dry Earth is vastly better than to Wash the filth into a sewer thence into a River to contaminate the air and water. A Little mouse a dead Frog or Squirrel or a few dead Worms will spoil the water of a Well so every one will smell it and refuse to drink it. The same subjects Are completely deodorized b a a Small shovel Ful of dry . Beal of Michigan agricultural proportion of liquid Sod when tits liquid is contained in the food it is generally More palatable and nourishing Sian when added extraneous by. Thus a Juicy Apple is always More acceptable than a Ory one which requires a Little water to w Ash it Down and a piece of meat which has been roasted or broiled till the natural juices Are All evaporated becomes a mass of dry fiber and is As about unpalatable and indigestible As so much leather. The objection therefore to roots that they contain a Large amount of water is a Mere eat leisurely. I wish to refer Here to one great fault which is a National one and the subject of criticism of the people of this country in All departments of life that is the hurried manner of eating our food. Other Peoples especially the germans Andes Glish Are very slow eaters taking a Long time at tie table not making a business of bolting their food but passing the hour or hours May be among the higher classes in Cove a ton Reading and rest taking the food leisurely and Mast Cating it thoroughly thus making the meal time not Only a time for heaping up the wasted fuel of the bodily ires but recuperating its tired and w Orn members by rest from care and labor. Not Only is it necessary that our food should be of tie right Kinta and Well cooked but tie system should be in the right order to receive it. Among our farming population there is too Little regard to the Laws of life in this respect. To use the language of a writer in a Public print which i recently chanced to pick up a a they too often eat when they ought to rent we Hen their Powers Are too much exhausted to perform the functions of digestion. The Housew Ife does her own work or at least assists about it works hard to hurry up dinner and have it ready promptly on time Calls the men before dinner is ready Hunting to the last moment and then when she ought to lie Down and rest she sits Down to the table and eats. She is so much exhausted that hunger has Cea Ted her organs of taste Are inactive her salivary glands do not i it perfectly perform their functions she does not Mast Cate Well and the food enters a stomach not prepared to perform the work of digestion. A the from the Field and his severe Lati or and while yet weary and exhausted sits Down and swallows his food hurrying hark to his labor. Is it surprising that after a few years the digestive organs become impaired and so Many Farmers and Farmers wives have wrecked their health before arriving a Middle age a the Fanner himself <1 is not usually feel so soon the effects of this system of living As the wife not Only lie cause of High stronger physical nature but his life in the open air fewer hours of Lalair and less worrying and Nene exam using employments Are in his favor. But the wife w Ith the Strain of maternity draining her nervous and physical forces the debilitating pm Plo mento of hot kitchens and steaming soap suds the num Berle Rarie tie of Wark and cares All clamouring at it my for attention what wonder is it that under these influences her Akki instead of acting a it a Renwer of her strength Only adds exhaustion and debility to her already worn out system. And if As is a it unify then get with the mothers of a household her meal is taken by catching a Mouthful no Wand then a Between times a while waiting on the children and Ruring Tea and Coffee for a table Ful of hungry and thirsty men the work of exhaustion is Complete. It is to plead with women not Only in their own behalf but for the Comfort and happiness of their families to so far modify these things As is in her Power by making arrangements beforehand and calculating and planning so As to have an hour of leisurely rec Rijk ration at meals especially at dinner. And to tie husband done to be Blind it wont Hurt you nor lie lie Neath your dignity to take the baby a High chair next your own and attend to its wants while you Are eating and you have no idea How much Relief it will be to the Mother Anil lie sides it changes the current of a child a feelings to have a change in hands and it will not lie near so Likely to fret and whine As in its mothers care for a while. Tie pouring of Tea and Coffee should be delegated to some one else to the older gins or even boys it done to need u very Large one to do it. Let them wait on you tired Mother. Make them think it an Hou onto he Able to do it and you Are cultivating a spirit that will make them attentive and kind As they grow older. Of these kindly Grace s among the members of a family a How Sweet they Are and what a Home is that where they Are not. Experience has led me after raising a family of children and living the care of a household under various circumstances,.to believe that a wife a and Mother s first duty is to take care of Here Elf she cannot do her duty to others without first doing it to . Wettern farm journal. Tec Weir employees when the highest Wil Horry a a and ague Medicine is used by construction companies for the Benefit of that engaged in malarial District. Timoni ample have been Given by contractors and by the presidents of some of the leading railroads in the South and West. The men Are congregated in Large numbers in the neighbourhood of swamps and Rivers Willi Oft a tonic will prove a valuable addition to the Stock of medicines and will amply Reward the company in the saving of time labor and Money. We recommend it to All. A Hoblock Finlay amp co., proprietors new Orleans. Fob Sals by All druggists. Try Popham a cure for asthma Vert sement in this paper. See and prussing�?T8 celebrated White wine vinegar has been before the Public Twenty seven years. Silvah tip Ped Shols i some Parent spend their Money for Patent Medicine to Caret their children s colds. Some save Fletr Money an prevent the colds by Buyink Silver tipped shoes which never Wear through i at the toe. Whether for Nae on Man or of use by every resident in the states which a Hare Umili White beset merchant gats e land. We know of Aoi worthy United Money is thrown away by All who do not buy the Able screw wire Faete cd shoes. Thev re the easiest Moat pliable and serviceable. To orc out for imitations. All genuine goods Bear the Patent stamp. Is the Starlard liniment Oft be United states. Stab a mall size 25 cents. Small Sise for family use 25 cants. Gargling Oil company. A m in r e a eur or Book a now ready. Agent jmj Jiff address Louis Lloyd a co., Chicago. In it. A it very family wants it Money ii unsold by agents. Address , ene a Bristol cards 5tints, with name �?~20c., Post. To of paid by j. He std Nassau Ken. Co., n. Y. Will have or k goods. Send a a rents and it will Send by mail prepaid our Loir Flirk. N Ith Whie Hyou Tan nil any lamp to Knul re moving cd Niney or a Etui a grm a ont i it i of i step. At same tint we mail you All our tar ruler and term to agent on Twenty a Efu household articles with a hich any person can make from s a to daily. We want Quot agent even where. National u��pok1i7si. Boston. My a for Day. Agent wanted either sex. Cape Al a Tal required 15c. City Novelty co., 44 act to Oriard a. Send for in Ryoei it is sous Boston Maas. Want cd agents a everywhere for the Vav Centennial history ago graving Selling Well. Address h. C. Co 1 Boms set Street. Boston mass. O pages 540 a of. Houghton per Day commission or s3� a Wulc Sal a try. And expense. We offer it and will a Quot cd now. I. Webbert co. Marlon o agents wanted. Address Good spa. Eds pm Pike Bible Book Ami map House. Chicago. A 1.000 in $30 . Imarri address Crystal co., Indianapolis ind. M weekly Sun ears postpaid Goc. Florida. 10c. For specimen. Proce $3 Sample peer and Bio to Mai and r Ealr Here. Address tee Union i a p. Co., no Wark. N. J. Patents Ever tiling. Hiel copy of tue sen of ref. I "1&Quot i 7 4-Rmge Book explaining i Wal item it c View ill Kung a co. Bankers a 7 2 Broadway Y to Mumm add Cas Johnson Clark pc co., agents wanted to sell the improved Home shuttle 8ewinr machine address Johnson Clark k co., Boston mass. New York City Pittsburgh a s Chicago 111. J or St. Louis to. Ci4k1funplitv4>t for you. Sells at sight. A my Jiva i jul Iluf our agent Coin Money. We have work and Money for All men or women boys or girls whole or spare time. Send stump for catalogue. A Ducaa Frank Gluck new Bedford mass. Male and female to canvass for ures to enlarge and copy to size. In Ink water or Oil color. Largest comi Nipigon Given. Address Chicago photographic and copy a co., 522 Wabaah-av., Chicago. Uhf a a to malt Allta pict wanted any i Stop Wpm Imp mint pm mite apr Youngr Meliv to Ticong. stamp supt u Rac Ober Llu of o a Richard b. Dowell who shot himself through the brain at Knoxville tenn., a few Days since left on a table in the room where the deed w As done a card on w hich the following written in a bold firm hand a a r. B. Dowell Lias suicide. The grave is a Welcome Home. God will take care of my Boye i leave thirty dollars to Bury me Fuji. Some men May say 4 nary time a the Large amount of water contained in Green Corn fodder says the new England Fanner is sometimes urged As an objection against it As food for cows but if the reasoning of or. Alexander Hyde of Lee mass., is Correct upon this subject and we believe it is Farmers need have Little fear of using such flax for their Stock in abundance. It is sometimes objected he says to roots that they contain from 80 to 90 per cent of water and he continues 44 it is True that they contain this Large amount of water butt this is no objection to their use. Most of the natural food of All animals contains a Large per cent of water and where it is not naturally present in sufficient quantify water is added to prepare it for digestion and assimilation. The dry flour from which we make our bread contains 16 per cent of we Ater and 84 per cent of solid matter and when it is made into bread we add 50 per cent More water so that with every 150 pounds of bread we consume we take sixty six pounds of water and we still Iliin it very dry food unless we have a cup of water or Tea with which we can dilute it As we Eal. Lean beef contains 78 per cent of water and blood full As much water As is contained in the potato a hic i has Only 72 per cent water. Eggs also contain 74 per cent of water Only 1 per cent less than the potato and 9 less than the Carrot 44 milk another highly nutritious and acceptable form of food contains 87 per cent of water As it comes fresh from the cow How much it contains when it reaches Consumers varies w Ith circumstances. All the fruits which Are so grateful to the stomach and Are so easily digested and on w hich the inhabitants of tropical climates mainly live Are largely composed of water. Plantains contain 78 per cent plums and other Fleshy fruits 75 per cent. Apples strawberries and other Small fruits 80 per cent while melons contain Over 90. Now experience shows fast All this water is essential to our health and if at any time we take what we Call dry food that is food in which less than one half is water we require besides the saliva to Wash it Down and assist in its digestion some accompanying fluid. A we have the highest scientific authority for saying that the most wholesome food is that which is largely diluted with water but the Universal practice of men is sufficient testimony on this Point. As our bodies Are composed of three fourths water it is absolutely essential that the food which nourishes thess Houtos should contain or is accompanied by a a the congregational Union was founded Twenty three years ago and Lias assisted 925 churches in thirty four a Tats and territories at an expense of nearly $600,-000. The new science having demonstrated that alcohol is a a neither food nor physic a but on the contrary a species of Poison the introduction of a potent tonic which is entirely free from it is certainly a subject for con adulation. Or. Walkers vinegar hitters is a Medicine which May be fairly characterized As an unobjectionable specific for Many distressing and dangerous diseases. Temperance organizations heretofore in favor of permitting the Sale of alcohol for medic purposes Are of opinion that vinegar bitters possesses All the Efficacy As an inv Gorant that has Ever been claimed for spirituous stimulants and on this account As Well As because of the singular Success which has attended if nag in dyspepsia liver complaint disorders of the Bow to a nervous diseases general debility and All maladies growing out of intemperance they warmly recommend it As a restorative and alterative of surpassing excellence. _ 43 8ckiptural.�?�?o8immon8�?T liver regulator is certainly a specific for that Chi a of complaint which it claims to cure. Of its beneficial effects we do know something and from personal experiments it is our opinion that it Virtues have not been exaggerated by the Many flattering notices of the Prev a. If any of our fellow Brethren Are suffering from hepatic disorders and have doubt m relation to the Efficacy of this popular preparation we can Only offer them the simple and candid argument of Philip of Nathaniel 4 come and try the proposed remedy and then you can judge for your elves. Rav. David wills a a president of Oglethorpe College and pastor of presbyterian Church Macau ga., prof. University of sooth Defrino the past seven years we have been advertising constantly and at times very largely for messes. Geo. P. Rowell amp co., advertising agents no. 41 Park Row new York and Nave found them prompt reliable and honorable in All their business transactions. While looking out for the Best interests of their advertising patrons they arc fair with publishers. Amp Uch firms succeed Best in the end As messes. Rowell a co. Have fully . Cloud Minn journal. To cathartic used and approved by Tbs physicians comprising the various medical associations of this state Are now com. Pounded and told under the name of per Wmk purgative pills. We copy the following from an Exchange which is important if True chronic diarrhoea of Long standing also dysentery and All similar complaints common at this season of the year can be cured by the use internally of Johnson a Anodyne liniment. We know whereof we affirm. A. Id it u believed that the great Success attending or. Dodge a treatment of cardiac or heart dream is owing to i special treatment of the various Camm of the complaint. The Tass and dangerous complaint is now very com Moo and Tokee person i inspecting such disease should apply Early for treatment. The twin educators. Felt you Hare a daughter to de Miccu or s son to Muic Era institutions remit for Young Liulin a and the Ith Noi con Erato r Yoo Hare a Anual educate. In music. A end for circular of the great West it no. The Young and sex Alae Tram a Una inn teide Koa. I at oms. The Brit an a tap .it in the world Iron. To i Rwm a. For say to Viper it str Here. In Rinc Ksn paint co. It to Nofri Rem cd St new y re e4tcaut10 a is Quot a a purchaser will Iea a see lbs on r acc Trade Nar arc on each Row very Parka a. F re in or it Smith Organ co., bosto�tmas8. A Teese gawd anal Buran anti sold by mask deslems everywhere. Panr wart to eve but Iowa. Soul Moon Botna in Petit by Arany of a am invt Allzeit flair that Mea a system of monthly Palmeata. Irta Assim Tias Tryssa Burr Mills Fob cob flour it feed Turah rap Anim a mall weigh i or Arv a raid Edward Harbison so Patent. A a add a a so it in veg via. Bias Aad Mineral by Baad boo wind Zitoun. Or a Ter Power. Sendai am cot a Price. New Haven Conn. Everybody buys it Dpi the Florida . Weekly. Sloo a year. Send Lor for Apeci Nen. Proceeding Florida fruit grower a meeting of 187.1�?25eta. Addrena Wal Tobt a co., jackal Urlile in la. Say where Yoa Law Alda. Obtained or Stu Day amp Evarts 134 la Bulle Street Chicago. Pamphlet for inventor acut free or la Anixt suits a special to. Invested in Ball Treel often leads to Fortune. A by of music the great musical colleges. Junaur passed in America. Adores a , superintendent Jackson Villa Iii. Asthma. Pop ant s asthma specific. K i Fin run Ai itt Fieri i. A Luik m. Pm. Town Aart i Tea a a i Timve i.a.1 Tor a \ Ltd a Toad no or hot until 1 Tri Dye it to Pis a talc a to lira irate a a in a sold by �1 drape Ltd. $1 Box by Yuul. Pot a ii. _ trial i it a it Kagy free. Add errs inn ctn a temp t. Rop Llam co., . Pm in. new asthma Anu lat Hrh a Khov. A ring trial a Twenty Yeai bet worn life nod death with Ahtma t experimented by Roa Poan tag Root and udi Chaunc the Medicine. I next Unateny Dia Coverd a wonderful remedy Aad a Are Rore for Aetham and Catarrh. Warranted to relieve instantly so the ton t Caa Lia Down to real and sleep rom orthly. Are Aeppli a with Sample packages for a Dipatri Hutton. Cali and Tret one or Addre if. , Apple Creek Ohio. Outsold by dra Fista. Full aide Fack afo by mail $1. J4. Sent free a books pop iut of Civ text a of 1st a Tuffland How any one Tea operate by Jav us like a a a with a capital o $30 or $1,000. Complete i and t Lnater Atlon to any Addre. a co. Akm a Ubbo Tats 2 Wall Atreyu new York. Attest of owners of horses. Akyon Sharae maker for the Illic Collar . I they Are warranted to cure i any sore neck on horse or mule or Money refunded. If printed direction Are followed. Fend 75c. For Sample. Zinc Collar co., Bole manuf to a Buchanan Mich. Agents wanted Fob w pathways of the holy land being a full description of Palestine it history antiquities. Inhabitant and custom according to the great discoveries recently made by the Palestine exploring expeditions. It sell at sight. Send for on extra terms to agents and see Why it Sella faster than any other Book. National publishing go Chicago 111., or is. Louis to. Pm 03 c d Ori it Chicago suburban lot v a w Law Al of tax each�?9 Idow n and f. Monthly for balance War Hin a abort distance of Cit limits with hourly train. A i rho do fare. Pend Moreir Cular. I a Brown 14 2 la Salle 8t Chicago 111. A i nth agent wanted every where. Business honorable and first class. Particulars sent free. Address John Worth a co. St. Louis. My gent Matte fi5 m three hours. In Tii iely new. Nothing like it being sold. Large profits. The Best Selling article i Ever offered to male and female agent. I address Hood a Joseph ind. Cash salaries 8ki.ung no Cost k paid tuition he to of k spkc1al1v. $20 per week r e e i of improved farms for Sale at gnat ii bargains in the Garden spot of Iowa. And dream i. Let. Rivers d�8 Moines. Iowa. To sober industrious men. Particular Melville a a co., Indiana poll custom shirt factory India Sapolia a cd Una from now to address the sex n. Y. To do fid fill c v a,500 lbs. Second a inc Mil Dulci hand Brevier. In excellent order same face a is used on this paper put up is quantities to spit the purchaser. Address Central Type foundry 15 North third Street St. Louis to. Double your Trade druggist grocers and dealers Purs China Ltd Javan to own sealed packages Crew top can Box Eador Naif Chest a grower Price. Send for circular. The Well tax company 201 Fulton-St., n. Y. P. O. Box 4560. Excelsior Barley and Grain Fork. Widest lightest strongest and beat every Farmer should have one. Aak your hardware dealer ror them or and for our illustrated circular. Smith a Mon-tro88. Sole manufacturer. Gallen. Michigan. Agent. Wanted for a new Book. Success in business pow no ice sell lag a Rwjr . Sernel for eur Eula a. P. W. Esousa co., Soi sooth Curk Street. Chic jul Union Tejitu factory flags. Awal aaa tails horse a Wagon Cave water proof 6.oda. Etc. Old Canvas stack covers Etc. The�?ocni0l a on specially Chicago ship chandlery co., Lake St. Bridge 51851 Water-St., Chicago. Co., 3e3. Smith eco Manly fact Kuk of Piaster Center Pelee a bracket. Imo Dillions and All kinds or plaster ornaments 184 a Ike state St., House Chicago ill. Or 1�?~artles wishing centers would do Well to and size of room. We Maxi f a taxi Scagliola Columna pilasters it amp a perfect imitation of he different coloured Marble. I it. S. Winslow is co., ship Brok by Purt Laius a a a we honestly think your sea foam superits to Anu outlier Kakine West Stone amp co., grocer Soring irid mu., my a a sea i Miaw Rii All tin a Niall i drat lord i a f1rt-cla�n baking Trail a a it la jilt the thing Tor by a pts and weak Jer to Gnu. And titter 1 ill for the Strong and Many valuable cooking Kerpe sent free. Send fog err near to go. P. Kantz a?co., 176 Duane St., new York. 1 Livingstone a 0 f e a j exploration Al a now ready the o s a to canvass for in Alx fix 1 lagging pictures. We he a or nil to a ire pay1nk Laner commissions of Xix i a Cir doing finer work and making a greater variety of picture than any other copying House in the United state. Send stamp for circular. J. Ii. Nason 212 amp 214 state Street Chicago. Centennial exposition of american presidents most magnificent and scalable picture Ever offend to a to. Send for our special circular and secure territory. N National copying co., 331 w Maui son St Chicago. E a j Iii a last ,�?T4 now ready the Only amp Lutc life and thrilling Advent resin Africa of the treat hero explorer in i own language. Cheapest ill bests Only 82.50, splendidly illustrated. Outsell everything. To kits wanted. Send for ext a term i 1 proof or. If in Baste to begin work feud in .00 for full outfit to genuine address Livingston pub linux amps Chicago 111. Mem Isk Kem Sefc useless Eli Tro Bun is Are endorsed by tie most eminent physician in the world Tor the cure of rheumatism neuralgia liver complaint dyspepsia kidney Dis ease ache gains. Nervous d i orders female complain n to nervous and general debility and other chronic diseases of life. The Chest head liver St Maeli kidneys and blood. Book with full particulars Leehy Volta by i t Ltd of Cincinnati Ohio. The largest manufactory of threshing machines inti United slates. Over 1,500 made and sold annually. J/7. Case a co., Auk cows. Wino Steinr of improved threshing machines. Mounted and Down horse Power. Portable threshing engines of our own make. All machinery warranted. Call on our local agents in any of the towns in the West and ask for pamphlet or look to simple machines. Wear making new style of machine without apron called the Eclila be. Ask for pamphlet sent free by mail or. A a waiters California ten car bitters Aro a purely vegetable preparation Mado chiefly from the native herbs found on the lower ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountains of California the medicinal properties of which Are extracted therefrom without the Uso of alcohol. Tho question is almost daily asked a a Baj is Tho Canso of the unparalleled Success of vinegar bitters a our answer is that they remove the a Ause of disease and Tho patient recovers his health. They Are to Reat blood purifier and a life Giying principle a perfect Kern Vator Nind in Vigo a tar of the before in the Tho world Lias a Medicino been compounded posse mpg Tho remarkable quart is of vinegar Iii frs in heal nor the Eick of every Dis rate Man is heir to. They Are a Gentoo Thuv a Well As a tonic relieving congestion or inflammation of Tho liver Aud v visceral organs in bilious diseases. The proportion of or. Walkers vinegar Kin has Are Peri but. Diaphoretic Carminative nutrition laxative Jwj Inetie sedative counter irritant Sudori fic alterative. And anti ii Lions h. I t. A lox by gift co. I i on. A is a int l Chi Fonda Idle a. I f t a a its. N. A a y is i vill Iti i a id lit nil re Nichols Shepard amp Iraq if twin. The Brilliant Success of this Grunn saving time saving Thresher is unprecedented in the annals of farm Macl Rantry. In a Brief period it a become widely known and fully established the a a leading makes no a glittering a reject All violent Pur Niuves. They non the tone of the Bowel and weaken the digestion. Tarrants effervescent Seltzer ape Rient is used by rational people a a mean of relieving All derangement of the stomach liver and Intess ties because it removes obstructions without pain and impart vigor to the organs w hich 1t purifies and regulate. Sold by All druggists. A 0.00 so a g 2k? cd Fig of q 3 1 p it Tea ssh a will &z.9r 3�oe.�dsg�3 Cri i a temp of a in tip or Ihl up Krauv raisers refuse to to balt to the wasteful and imperfect work of other Thresher w Hen posted on the vat superiority of this one for saving Grain saving time and doing fast thorough and economical work. Thresher Elf find it highly advantageous to run a machine that has no a beaters a pickers a or a a apron Quot that handles Damp Grain Long string headings flax Timothy Millet and All such difficult Grain and sets with entire ease and effectiveness. Clems to perfection saves the Farmer his thresh Bill by extra saving or Grain make no a a littering a requires less the a one half the usual belts boxes journals and gears easier managed less repairs one that Grain Rai err profetto employ and wait Tor. A yen St advanced prices. While other machines Are a out of four Sixes made with 6, 8, 10 and i horse 44 mounted4 Powers also a specially of separators a alone a expressly for steam Power and 9� match other horse Powers. If interested in Grain Rai Long or threshing write for illustrated circulars ent Freewith full particulars of sizes style prices., terms Etc. Nichols. Shepard a co. Battle Creek Michigan. Dont neglect you Teeth Vanbuskirk s fragrant a a til elastic truss and Okiku 1 v,1-.- a now superseding All a other to Fig adopted everywhere by the Fead physicians surgeons a druggy Thoumy and Navy hospitals gymnasiums. The Success and univer a a a. I u a Sal satisfaction they have great number of Radical cures they have effected has demonstrated the met that rupture can be surely cured without suffering or annoyance and without the danger of incurring spinal disease or paralysis often caused by the severe pressure of Metal trusses and supporters. It 1 the Only sure cure for hernia a it is the Only Tress in use that will hold the rapture securely in All positions in which the body can be placed. It will perform Radical cures when All others Tail. It can be worn with ease and Comfort when no Spring truss can be used. When once adjusted no Motlon of the body or Accident can displace it. These instruments have the unqualified approval of the most eminent practitioners in the profession. Fern the numerous testimonials in our Possession loin from inconvenience with which the in strut St ror i the experience of months patients testify to it Efficacy a Well to the ease and free worn. With i Superior advantages the elastic Trussl High degree All requisites and Qualli cations claimed for other inventions. I have no besi tuntion in regarding it As a important Means Tor the Relief Aad cure of hernia. Carnithan m. D., a six health officer of the port of new York Bur Geon in chief of new York state Hospital a Etc.,Etc. Gao. Y. Horse m. D., Bucu elastic truss co s dear air after suffering for thirty years in my own person from the use of every form of metallic Trues pro curable in this country and i Europe i two years ago applied your elastic truss Ana Ataee that tone 1 have experienced Comfort and satisfaction Aad hem taught the truth that the elastic Trues is the Oaly instrument that should be used for the Relief Aad cure of hernia and now alter More than thirty years continuous practice s i having adjusted Many hundreds of trusses and for tha Laet Twenty months Yog sex club Lovely gratefully declare it to say fill by is opinion that sour elastic truss lathe Oey Dee my and indigo Ratib and hardens the Gums i it imparts a delightfully refreshing taste and feeling to the Mouth removing All tartar and Scurf them the Teeth completely arresting the Progress of decay and whitening such part As have become Black by decay. Impure breath caused by bad Teeth tobacco spirits or Catarrh is Cut razed by the Dally use of s0z0d0nt it is As harmless As water. Sold by druggists and dealers in fancy goods. One bottle Wui last to months. A Kew we mean Homo sewing machine. Of Large discounts for Cash. Machine sent on trial to any part the country at or express if Nei accepted. Send for latest to Johnson Clark met ugol at to at a ii less truss or c Ltd. A me trus my it a to which Itu if numerous from 50 to7�yearn/, prof. Of Ana few Jsmrd essm. To of a a totem Coa fluence of the Public that a a Watts Elan Tio Teuy Oft

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