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EUGENE CITY, OR., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1877.
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Time adrerliwn will be charged at the following
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Transient notice, in local column, 20 cento per line
lor each insertion.
Advertiainir billa will be rendered quarterly.
All too wor taunt be paid ron on dklivkuy.
Office Hour. -From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sunday.
trom ISO to J: 30 p. m.
Hail arrive, from the wulh and leave, going north
10 a. m. Arrive, from the north and leave, going
wth .t. 1 S3 n m j F.ir KiniaUw. Franklin and Look
T.im. clou at II A.M. on Weduhiy. For Ciawford.-
WIIIa rVmn prwok anil TtrnwnMVille at I P.M.
Letter, will be ready for delivery half an hour after
a .rival of train.. Letter, should be left at the oiflce
oa hour before mail, depart.
A. S. F-ATTEMSOX, P. M.
inmn 1.nrxi n 11. A. F. and A. M.
Meet, drat and third Welnowlay. in each
month. . a
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WlttAWHALA EnCAMPMUMT 0. 8,
meet, on the Id and 4th Wednesday, in each month.
3D 3E3 32J S7 S S "37 -
"rOOMS OVER MRS. JACKSON'S Mil
JLV linery Store,
K -T f llnnfril Minima
maneutly in the
"Eugene City, and respectfully aolioiU a eliareof
the public patronage. Kefers by permission to
J. K. Cardwell, Portland.
G. A. MILLER.
-v SilfvTAT. ROOMS in DUNN'S
BUILDING. EUGENE CITY.
fafnui DENTISTRY AND ORAL SCRCERY
A. W. PATTERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office on Nlntfc 8tret, oppoMte the St.
Cbarlea Hotel, and at Kealdence,
KJGKNK CITY, OIUiGON.
HAVING ASSOCIATED IN THE prac
tice of Medicine, offer their professional
aervicea to the citizens of E i?ene City and the
aurroundim; country. Spee 'il attenimr. jfiyen
to all OBSTETRICAL CASES and LTfcU
INE DISEASES entrusted to their care. Bills
due when the service is rendered. .
Offices on Ninth street and at the residence
f Dr. Nicklin on Willamette street, between
Ninth and Tenth streets. e-
DR. JOSEPH P. GILL
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS OFFICE or res
idence when not professionally engaged.
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Residence on Eighth street, opposite Presby
Chas. M. Horn.
PRACTICAL G UNSMITH.
.DEALER IN GUNS. RIFLES,
and materials. Impairing omie in
the neatest style and WamuiteiL
t Sewing Machines, Safes, Locks,
Guns loaned and ammunition furnished.
Shop on Ninth street, opposite Star Bakery.
' J. S. LACKEY,
Clocks, Watches, Chains, Jewelry, etc.
Repairing Promptly Executed.
CiT All Work Warraoted.jS
POST OFFICE BUILIilXO.
Willamette i. Eighth Sts., Eugene City.
Bonk and Stataeij Store.
POST OFFICE BUILDING. EUGENE
t'itf. I have on hand and am constantly
receiving an assortment of the Bert School and
Miscellaneon. B"k, Stationery, Biank Books,
ds. Wallet, lfifir
kaes, etc., etc A. S. l-VUMW.
C ALLISON & OSBURN
4 RE OFFERING T THE PUBLIC
A SUtJARS, TEAL, CH KL
"'CANNED GOiI)S. TiBAn?f
CIGARS, LASS AND QL KKNS-
BREAD CAK.LS AND PIES,
And in fact everythin3 usually kept in fir
clasa Grocery St..re or Bakery, at BED -ViA- K
PRICES for eaah or ready pay. hatufactL
Glodi deUvered to any part of the city free
At Dnun'8 Old Stand,
TT-EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
lV Good aawirtmeat of
Hack, Bu?gy & Team Harness,
Curry Combs and Brushes
.-j Mtliiiif mnall hint ia a firrt-claae
' Mrs. Renfrew's Brick Building.
All styles of Garments made to order, and
FIT AND WORKMANSHIP
Cutting done to order.
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE I
WE BEQ to Inform ur friend, and the public
that we have just revived direct from ban
Francisco and the Eastern market
AN IMMENSE STOCK
HATS AND CArS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clocks, Faints, Oils, Etc.,
Selected bv our MR S. ROSENBLATT.
which we offer at
Forties will find it to their advantage to call
and examine our stock and prices before pur
Highest price paid for all kinds of Produce
S. ROSENBLATT & CO.
SELLING AT COSTI
FOR SIXTY DAYS.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Lead, Hack and Wheel
USE 3E& -ET 2SS $ S3 ,
V arranted California leather.
SADDLES OF ALL KINDS,
SUKClimiiEIV tllWB OOYBBfl,
LASH and 1WU;Y WHII'S,
COMBS and BKUSHKS,
Thankful for past favors I would respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same.
Persons knowing themselves indebted to me
either by note or account, are requested to make
settlement by Jan. 1, 1877, or payment must be
enforced. WM. PRESTON.
The "WAVERLY MAGAZINE" Is the
handsomest and largest literary in the United
States. The articles are all complete in each
nuinlwr. It also 'contains a page of music for
the Piano, and double the reading of anv other
paiier. Sixteen different numbers will be sent
to any part of the country, post-paid, for ono
dollar. No one will regret taking a dolhr's
worth as it will give good reading for three
MOSES A. DOW,
GEO. J. BUI S,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER
EUGENE CITY. OREGON.
TIIK BUST SIIOKS EVER BROUOHT IO
tothi. market, at the lowest prire. at,
T. (. HSNDUICKS'.
All aiifiavrit itinn. to the State University are
now over due. The jiroperty has been accepted
by and turned over to the State, and I am in
structed by the proper authorities to proceed
and collect all sums at nce.
GEO. B. DORRIS,
JAS A. STERLING,
Dranesville, Douglas County, Oregon.
Full line of Legal Blank, on hand.
TO COOS COUNTY.
All Winem promptly attended to.
EUGENE CITY", : : OREGON
X. H. Dl BOIS, Proprlrtor.
Formerly of St. ChaM-M H ttt, Albut.
mHIS HOUSE WILL HEREAFTER BE
X orltKtrt a a
FIRST CLASS HOTEI-
M is ;u tin
rvwv.tl ANT) SAN Jl'AN I.IMi.
w . .... ,n.-i.iirpvj
WrASHiS(iTOS, D. C, Jan. 1, 1877.
Since the time of Jackson do womau has
made and unmade Cabinets, or apparently
exercised controlling influence on great pub
lic questions; but rumor has it that the ex
cellent wile of President Grant was not in
accord with bim in bis earlier aud more rad
ical ideas as to the means of counting in and
inaugurating Hayes, aud that her opinions
hare bad and are having their weight with
the President. The refusal of Mrs.. Hayes
to visit Mrs. Grant at Long Branch last
summer is one cause assigned for the alleged
course of the latter, but, whether petty tpite
or a sound sense of justice coutrols her, it ia
to be hoped that her influcuce will be efTec-
tive. Who would dream of the inaug uration
of Hayes, but for the threatened support of
Grant, Chandler and Cameron ? The truth
is that, under our present centralized despot
ism, President of military habits of thought
and confessedly unfit for the exercise of civil
authority, like Grant, may imagine that he
can perpetuate any theory of Government or
enforce any anti-republican determination of
bis own upon the country. But the civil
war is orcr, the people wish to ruturo to a
constitutional government, and would soon
show him bis mistake if he attempted so fla
grant an outrage as forcing the inauguration,
as President, of a man not clearly elected.
Still, jia grvater power than an aroused and
armed people, or eveu than that of the bal
lot, can cbunge the determination of your
present dictator, it will be well, and Mrs.
Grant will deserve and receive the thanks of
In a late letter, I referred to Senator
BUiue as having held aloof from Radical cau
cuses since bis arrival here. The New York
Sum, commenting on this statement, Buys it
has authority for saying that Senator IL Is
among those who will look complacently
upon an arrangement that will lead to Mr.
Tildeu's iuunguration. That this crafty pol
itician having lost all hope, himself, of the
Presidency, muy thus take his revenge, is
probable but uulikely. The fact that he,
who never failed to have ao opinion and to
express it, in season or out, has suid nothing
on ibis subject is curious. 1 he Sun may be
right, and Senator U. may have remained si
lent for fear of destroying his chances of elec
tion to tlie Senate for six years. 1 bat elec
tion tukes place in a few days. His present
term expires March 4th, as he is merely fill
ing a vacancy by appointment. Secure of a
place (or six years he may speak freely.
Congress commence, business again on the
3d and lively times are expected. The Ban-
ning-Garfield debute in tbe House last week
was the beginning of wiat promises to bring
out an expression of opiuion from every
Tbe committees for counting the electoral
vote will, it is thought, report soon. There
is a daily increasing confidence fu their sug
gesting an acceptable measure, and I need
not say that confidence is greater because of
the substitution of Mr. Couklins for Gen.
Lncan on the Senate Committee.
To-day is given up entirely to " Calls."
Everybody calk The greatest crowd is al
ways at the 1'iesident's. There will be few
er bouses open this year than u.-uul and less
display, owing, probably, to the hard times.
By the way, those bard times are felt more
Severely than ever before. On Saturday,
one of tbe oldest and largest Patent agencies
in the city dismissed neurly all its employ
ees and many others are doing or must soon
do the same. The suffering here is great
but general confidence is felt that better
. t. - . I - ; . : . I
times wi.l come aner uie inauuruiiuu ui
President Tilden on March 4th.
Preparing the Tlllltla.
The Times' Cincinnati special says that
it is reported on good avthority that Gov.
Williams has declared his intention of put
ting the State militia of Indiana at once in
an tfficien . war footing. Officers are to be
appointed to traverse the State, enlist men
nd muster volunteers into legions. A force
will be organized, armed and put in a con
dition to be called into active service at a
moments warning. Tbe Governor has the
power of appointing all the Geld officers
above Major, and is himself Cammander-in-
tbief. 1 he law ol the Male provios mat
the legion can be called into active tervic
whenever tbe liove rnor declares, by procla
mation, Ibat there is war, invasion, insurrec
tion, or public datiirir, or when any one of
these are tin eatem-d or anticipated. This
measure, cirrinl out promptly, will put jov.
Williams in commaml of a formidable force.
Whether it has any especial significanc
at tbe present jnneture, is a question about
which there m iy be a iliir-.-rence ol opinion.
Peantrltanla Militia to be Organized
The Times' ilarrishure ipeciul has the fol
lowing on the (object of the recent Republican
eaacos. Tbehubjectsdiwassed were Presiden
tial complications and action of the National
Hou- of Representatives ia attempting to
violate secrecy ol merges TbeM sabjects
were fully and f-ee!y discussed. Person
here who prole to ha able to read the signs
of the times, entertain gloomy forebodine"
for the immediate lutore, 1 bey thiok the
eoanvy on the verge of another terribl war;
Ibat condition of leeling in your city and
Marjlanl is as bad. it not worse, than
daring the period which immediately pre
ceded firing oo ' Sampter. Should the
worst ome Penoy!vinia will do her fall
New gras is eight inches high ia the
Jobo la country.
Tun ritKswKNCY. We indorse
heartily the following: extract from
the Cincinnati Enquirer:
"There is not an honest man in this
broad land to day who does not
know that tho people of the United
States have chosen Samuel J. Tilden
to tho Presidency. States that have
cast their votes for him, have been
denied him by illegal partisan boards
organized to cheat ami swindle, he
cause certain States of tho South were
once in rebellion tho leaders of the
republican party assttmo that they
have no rights, and that inabilities
can be put upon them with impunity,
wlucn would drive other states into
open revolt. L'onitmttt'es ot ton-
cress, headed by Democrats, .have
been organized aud sent into the three
disputed Sonthcrn Slates to ascertain
facts. They will investigate and re
port in a week or two. If their ro-
port shall be conclusive as to the
poiut in issue if they declaro that
Atr. Tilden has honestly carried ci
ther ot tho States in dispute wo nrc
in favor of tho ituiuutatiou ot Mr.
Tilden at any and all hazards. We
want tho evidence to go to tho peo
ple. After that we want our Repre
sentatives in Congress and tho leaders
of the party to pledge themselves to
see justice done. Tho people will re
spond when they know they are
right. Tho rights of men are as dear
now as they were in tho days of King
John, and republican institutions aro
worth just as much now as when our
fathers battled from Lexington to
Epitomized and Cuuceulrateda
The Chicago Timrs of December
22.1, 1 Iiuh condenses the situation:
1. A urge iimjont y ol the Ameri
can people mt only "believe hut
have an abi-olutc conviction that Mr.
Tilden is legally elected.
a. lhey have no occasion to pro-
poso or entertain any proposal ot
8. Tho individual called tho Presi
dent of the Senate will not count the
votes and decide upon tho certificates
4. Samuel J. Tilden will bo Presi
dent of the United States in virtue of
the Constitution aud by authority ot
the will of tho supremo people, law-
lully ascertained and determined.
5. Any forcible resistance to the
Government of which Mr. Tilden will
bo the Executive, whether made by
Mr. Itutherl'ord JJ. Hayes, old Hen
Wade, John Sherman, the gory Zack
Chandler, the terrifying Don Camer
on, or any other member of tho trea
sonable conspiracy to Mexicanizo the
Government, will result in tho exter
mination of tho treasonable scoun
drels so quickly that no more of the
breed will bo ambitious to succeed
them as plotters of revolution.
This idiotic bluster of the conspira
tors about imprisoning people in For
tress Monroe who don't approve of
revolution by aUeturmng Jioard has
gone about far enough. There are
two sides to every question. The
Mexican conspirators have only one
sido. They will do well to remem
ber that a majority ol tho American
people are on the other sido.
Tho Timef Washington spcoial
says: Tho electoral committees ot
the Senate and House had a long
meeting this afternoon, being in ses
sion till 5:'M o'clock. Another mnet-
ini? will bo held to morrow. The
pi oposition agreed on by the Senate
committee is under consideration.
The bill, or formal draft df the prop
osition, has been very carefully kept
secret, but the general and most im
portant outlines aro known. It pro
vides thnt the Senato shall, on the
day of the counting of the vote, meet
with the House in tho hall ol the lai
ter bodv. and tho V ice l resident
t i in ia
shall open all the certificates, nnd tel
tors appointed for the purpose snail,
as usual, read the rcord and sum up
tbe votes, but there are to be count
ed, in the first place, only returns to
which no objection is made, w Here
there b one return only from a State,
ad that is objected to, the two Houses
will determine whether it shall he
counted, but the concurrence ot both
hauses will be required to reject
any vole; where two returns are made
tram one Slate, the dispute is to be
referred to a commission or tribunal
comnosed of nine members of the
House and Senate and tho four jus
tices of the supreme court longest in
service. The niue members ot the
House and Senate are to be selected
by the appointment ol five Senators
and five liciireseotatives and then
droppin j one of the ten by drawing
lota There rniirht thus be on the
Anmmifution five Senators and four
members of the House, or five mefti
bers and four Senators. The justices
who would become members of the
commission by the terms of the prop
osition would by I litlorJ, owayne
Miller and Davis. This commission
ir l.o authorized to determine a
questions in dispute, and their decis
ion to be final. The dieputed totes
having been counted ia the presence
ot the IIouso in aooorJnnce with tho
t decision of llio commission, nnd the
wholo number ot electoral votes hnv
ing been summed -up by tho tellers,
tho president of tho Senato announces
tho result in the usual form which
will determine who is to be Presi
dent of tho United States.
All Thai Is A iiked of Hie l iurpor.
.Tho Sun says that all we ask Is that the
President fairly elected shall bo inaugurated,
not a man who gets bis sole title to the pluce
from partisan returning boards composed of
men who bad a porsonnl interest iu juggling
the votes, and who had no scruples about
doing it, (Sivo us the President the people
chose, not the man Louisiana Wells and
Vice President Ferry choose. They bad
their two votes at the election, and they will
not be allowed to name a President agulust
the decision of the people.
The Whole Ca.e.
Tba peculiarity of Senator Thurman's rea
soning is its perspicuity aud pointeduoss, re
marks tho Clcavvland Plain Dealer. For
instance, how cleanly he hits the nail on the
head when ho says, speaking of tho Lo uisi-
ana case : "Unco the only question about
an election w is, 'Who has a majority of the
voles'.'' Th.i question now is, 'Who has a
imynrity ol tho men who count the votes?' "
1 but is I lin wlio'e casu iu nutshell.
Cannot be Dll'i-reiii.
Let the cnlmer and stronger men of tho
Republican party remember these lessons
of the past, counsels tbe New York Herald.
If such mnu us Conkliug, Sherman, Edmunds,
Froliughuyscu, Dawes, Anthony and Durn
s d f permit the policy of the Republican party
to bo controlled by the Chandlers, Cumer
ous, Loguns and Cliinberlaius, the result
cuunot be different with us Ironi what it was
when France wus given up to Marat, Dun
ton aud Robespierro.
Diskaskd Mind, That peculiar form
of insanity termed kleptomania,which
makes itsult known by potty pilfer
ing, has become a sort ot joka nd
a by-word ; but, although it is per
haps difficult to rocogni.e it as a plea
in criminal cases, it undoubtedly ex-
lots. -A-Icuur-uanloi, fui " luotanou,
having been suspected ot stealing let
ters, his house was searched, and
thousands ot letters, many of thorn
two or three years old. wore hidden
away. When a man or womnn of
known wealth is discovered commit
ting theso petty thotts, whoro there
can uo no reason tor me act, it is
clearly an evidence of an unsound
mind. A case is related which bears
upon tins point exactly, ana wmcii
. . . .i 111
proves that inlhistormof insanity a
very different treatment is dealt out
to the rich in comparison to that suf
fered by the poor. A lady ot good
lamily and of allluent circumstances,
abstracted a bracelet from a jo welter's
store at which she and her lami'y had
tradod tor years. On tho tradesman s
mentioning the affair to tho lady's
uuband the matter was immediately
investigated, and this suspicion of the
tradesman proved to be correct. This
. . 1 -!
uuiinppy epiHouo suggested on inves
tigation, and, to the astonishment of
her husband and all the members of
tlieamiy,aniimbcrof diamond rings,
valuab'e bracelets, gold chains, etc.,
were found iu her possession, ot which
nu ccoin'. could be given. This lady
ultimately went completely out of her
mind. We may Btaie that thcro aro
several membeis of wealthy families
who oio known to bo laboring under
this form ot mental disease, and
whoso failings are so well known to
the tradesmon with whom they are
allowed to take things, as they tnncy,
unobserved; but an account of them
being immediately sent to tho family,
they aro either returned or paid for.
Such persons, though they show uo
other sign ot madness, aro doubtless
tainted with that terrible brain dis
PKTKIKIOTIOX AOAINBT CltKMA-
tios. Cremation is to bo suspended,
and instead of destroying a corpse
by fire, as the ancients did, or inak
ina (.'as of the same, oh had been sug
gested, an inventor of Gienoble,
trance, proposes tho opposito mcth
od, and preservo them forever "At
the decease ot an individual the body
is plunged into a liquid invented by
him, and in about hve years the indi
vidual is turned into stone. The se
cret of the jK trilication is known only
to the discoverer, but Le goes lur-
tber. He says that in a thousand
years time, it persons will only pre
serve their relatives and friends, they
will be able to build a bouse with
them, and thus live in residence! lur
rounded by their ancestors." Anoth
er application ot this process has
been suggested, namely, to have ine
pi-trihed corpse nickel plate J, or elec
tro plated w ith bronze, aud if a statue
of an individual is desired, to place
tbe corpse on a proper pedestal, so as
to fulfill the' functions ot being the
statue of the party deceased.
Tie new vein io the h.tb-ir mine is almost
pure silver ia soma placer.
A Loral Itetnrnlng Board.
Thoy woro playing pokor and Pomp
held a full hand. His eyes glistened
with oonscious triumph as he put up
a ten cent ante and gazod at his part
I raises dat ten cents." remarked
" I goes a quarter more," insinuated.
" I stand you, nnd raises another
quarter," replies Peto.
I continue on tho war-path and
flops down tho last thirty conts,"
Rnawerod Pomp, placing six nicklcs
ou tho table.
' " I kivors do pilo and calls pou,"
Full hand," said pomp, tnrninjr
his cards. " What vou iot ? "
" A pair, and do camo am undoci-
What's dat? Undecided? Dis
yeV chilo takcS do pile."
" Mot by a Ig chalk. Dis caso
will now bo rotorrcd to do rcturniu'
board, who will examino into do par.
tioulars. Dar's plenty more good
cards in do pack, aud why didn't I
get 'em. Dar's been intimidation and
Iraud, and meanwhile do returnin
board lakes possession ot do spoils,"
and Peter reached out his hand.
Then tho other sido denied tho
right of the returning board to do
oidc, nnd whon the reporter left tho
horriblo demon of civil war was dan
oing a wild dance iu tho neighbor
hood, and a policeman was marching
up to modiato uu a olub.- Awi&y
Up Salt lv f - -The origin of the
expression ''Up "c 1 '"or," as applied
to n defeated politiuu: . arty, was as
follows: Davy Crockott,. the famous
Kentucky Congrcssman.while a W""
candidate, was challenged by " :.
Democratic opponent to moot lam on
tho stump in joint discussion. Crockett
aocoptod, and tho day and place were
fixed; but Crockett did not appear,
and tho people, thinking him afraid to
do ao, rallied for his opponent and
Qluotcdhira, It afterwards turned
out that Crockett, who bad started
for tho plaoo in a canoo propel lod by
a noro, was l inded in the forest at
iL1mmmI wntora of Suit lliver -by-Ills '
treacherous guide, who then swiftly
paddled off (low n tho stream. Crock
ett was too good a hunter io starve
iu tho wildornoss ; but ho was totally
unable to reach the appointed plaoo
in time, and gave It up, and with it
his chance of election, llenco the
phraso, M Up Salt Iiiver "moaning
that party is hopolossly dot'eatod.
Crockett, however, was more lucky
two years alterwnrds, bomg olectou
by a handsomo majority.
A Bio Pmjm Pudbinq. On June 8th,
1819, at Paignton fair, near Exeter,
England, the ancient custom of draw
ing through tho town a plum pudding
ol an immcuso sizo, and nllerwards
distributing it to the populuco, was
revived. The ingrediouts which com
posed this enormous pudding wero
400 pounds of flour, 170 pounds of
beef suet, 140 pounds rusins and 210
eggs. It was kept constantly boiling
in a brewer's copper from Saturday
morning till Tuesday, whon it was)
placed on a car, decoratod with rib
bons, evergreens, eto., and drawn
along tho street by' eight oxen.
Moms Ancient Footprint!. Dr.
'rank Cowin of Green county, is to
gaged in examining into tho dotaila
ot an interesting geological discovery
made by him in southwestern Penn
sylvania. On a sandstono 250 feet
bolow tbe Pittsburg coal seam stratum
ho has found the tootprints ot' six
new species of air breathing ani
mals. The doctor has secured plaster
casts ot the impressions that tho de
lineation in his report to the state
Goologist may be as perfect as possi
ble. As many as 39 consecutive pairs
of one kind ol tracks have been found
on one stone. Tho largest ot the
animals is supposed to have been
about the sizo ot an otter and ot tho
nature of an alligator.
" Old ICellable."
There are mnny reputed remedies for that
very prevalent disease, Cbronio Nasal Ca
tarrh, but none whico have given general
satisfaction and become acknowledged stand'
srd preparations, except Dr. Sage's Catarrh,
Itumeilf. It continues to emov an nnpreca-
dunted popularity. This reputation has been
earned through the permanent cures which
it has wrought, having proved itsell a specif
ic in tbe worst forms ot the disease. Pierce's
focket Memorandum I'ooks are given awar
Enos Runyou, of the New York banking
bonse, refused to tell fc'euator Morton tba
name of tbe customer from whom they drew
the S8.000 check payable to Ladd and ttusa
Sen tor Kelly advocates .ae fullest possi
ble investigation of all charge! and insinua
tion ol corrupt use nf money in Oregon, and
asserts positively thai not a dollar was x-
A new bridge is completed at Ashtabula,
and trains are running rvguhvly.
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derbilt s will will be contested by some nn
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lit tale of ax wva-j.