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"oovery of Gold i Amerlca.
In a speech in the Iliuse sof Rp
resontativos R B. Vaoce, memtiber
$fot greis trom Noorths Car .ia,
said that the first discovery of gold
in the United States was made in
Meeklenburg Count.v, in that 8-ate
in 1820. A correspoidet of a North
Qarolitia newspaper corrects this
statement, saying that the fit"t .gold
was found in CaNirrus county in
1799, and refers tio Wheeler's "His
Spry of N.)rt1h Cari4ina f-ir evidenice,'
Old chroniclers give aln account of
a province called CotacNiqni, which
was visited by DeStoto's giold Iuiting
expedition in 1588-40, and was emrri
braced in what ifter.% ard became
the States of Florida, Georgia, Alas
bema and Mississippi. and according
toLogan in his history of "Upper
Carolina," had its center twn the wes,
torn Timits ot o th Carolina. I "
capital arid cline town stootl upon the
tongue of .land bet%veen the Broad
river, of Goorgia, and Savanah, jnst
opposite the m4edern listrict of Abbe
ville., The Spaiaitr4:s etered tis
capital after a two month's 'march,
and found the conttry tiled by a
beautiful Indiai queent. Adalla, whw
entertained the Spa ish governor 4nd
army with mch cerenfmy. [1 re
lie found hatches fornied from ai al
)Oy of gold and111 Copper. B3y thi1
theirctpidity was greatly excited,
and they conceluded that they hail
found a cuintry abouinding iii the
long coveted deposits tf g,ld. Ai.t
so indeed they had, said L >gan (wim
we quo'e freely,) but it was neither
their good foritine nor their detert toi
find out the precise spot where g .1d
could be obtained. in less thIan tit
leen miles southeist of the to%% n, on
ithe opplsite or C iroli a side of the
river, lay one of the most extraordi
n,ary golij deposits in the world. Tho
I"herokees were well aAqainted WIh
the Dorn minec. This is showna by
the numherons relics of their haindi,
work scattered around it, and thee
can be little doubt that the massive
nuggets of' its outcropin:g gild a
plied them abundatlyI with hie tine
metals of' the alb.ey that s>, attractrl
the eyes of t he Spanhiat ds. hr is no
lees knowna to al few wholi have in
quired iunto tlhe tnition, oft tIhe ahI r
igines, that the g.ldJI andi c 'pper t modli
inm their pot8~ssionl, in the tform oft
solid masses or cnrious trotkets, by
the first white men who visitedI te
c>unty, were otbtained fromi theset
Tbe Indian method of smelting
these n.atals was one of the mnoct res~
markable devices of savage i, go in
ty. In practical eflicienicy the fla
mons blowpipe of Dr. Ilure wius
scarcely' superior. Logan tells us that
having first beollow~ed a dat Stonie in;
the form ot a b:asin,, they tilled it
withI chaacoal, and u pon this laid the
nuggets of metal. A number itf ln
dians now seated th,emselves in a cir
ele around the basin, each having in
his hand a long reed pierced iha oughe
its entire length uand a- med at one
endi with a clay tube or pipe Ev.
erything being readly, a tire was aip
plied to the charcual anid the whoele
mass instantly blown into a powez jul
beat through the reeds, the clay ex
tremities of which were inserted in
the basin, while the Indians blew
through themn upon the charcoal withI
all their might, and with~ pro)tracted
expiration. Nt oi dinary lump of
gold or copper could long mantain
its solidity in such a crucible. With
this process the Indians could easil,
produce any variety of ornamn
from those metals, using thena em lhe'
in alloy or alone. A his emeth d wa~s
Enown to have been in use amontce
the Indians at ho l ivedl upon t lie g Id
producing lands of' North Carolhna,
and the samte process im ust have bieen
known to the Cherokees.
These chronicles anid tra.litionts go
to confirm what Logan says, that the
Ind(1ians, from timne immemOIorial, wvere
acquainted with valuable mnines ot
go)ld and silver in Upper Car'olinma.
One or the reaesons that a side-sad.
die resembles a four quart, jug is be
eause it hoide a gaull on.
The latest novelty in Paris is per
fumed hats. Such head gear should
be popular among the Feunianus. They'
would make good Head Scentotrs.
?dp1ry wodmi to a short story is ais
wa4ar addad to snnn.
WVAs1INTON, Dea, 7-r-Tie.Stair says
Hewett had a midnight Interview
with (rant.. The States to belnves.,
tigsted'by the Covnittee ofF'ivi
lege and Elections, under Edmunds'
resolution, are Louisiana, Florida,
Alabama, Missisippi, Georgia and
South Carolina. Sub-.committees will
set in Wasbington, haviog power to
send for perroas and. papers. : No
Houso resolution offered by Wood
of New York, calling on the President
for copies of instructionR given to
military affairs in the South was ob..
jPeted to by Kasson, of Iowa. Beebe,
ol Now York, was,appointo4 on Loui
siana committee in place of Lynder,
of Wisconsin, excused. V
The World any- the certificate given
by the Governor:of Oregon to the
Democratic Elector, Cronin, estabj
lished on principles laid down by the
Radicals, gave the majority to Gov.
Tildpn, and put@ the - position ot ,thf
Presidential contest in a nbw andin
tereRtitl igh 11;11.
The 'rFrtssays: The illegal certi
ficated Vronji) wyceede4 to, oopsti
tute hinvsulf tle Electoral CbIlege of
Oregon, to take unto himself two
Iopbliuan associutes, and to cas,
his vote fbr Tilden and Hendricks.
This travesty on Gonstitutlon forms
arpears to have been gono through
not only with the aid and approval of
the Executive of Oregon, but under
an expressed understanding with Mr.
Tilden and his mannagers. If the moral
smso of the country cannot be trust
ed to ride the rockless tricksters who
have secured by this and similar
imethods to got possession of the
Government, theni so much tho worse
for the future of the country.
GIvE YoUa CHILD A PAP.R.-A
child beginning to read is delighted
with a iowspaper, because he reads
of names and things which are farmi
liar, and he will progress accordiigly.
A newspaper in one year in worth a
quarter's schooling to a childi. Every
father must consider that information
is con nected with advancement. The1
mother of a family, being one of its
heads and having a mere immediate
chamrge of childr'en, should herself be
jistructed. A mind occupied becomes
forb-aited against the ills of life, and is
braced for emnere necy. Children a
maused by reading or study, are, of
course, more considerazte and easily,
governeud. How many thoughtless
young meni have spent their enaring's
im a tuvern or grog shop, who ought
to have been reading! Howv many
parents who have not spent, twenty
dollars tor' books or papers for their
families, would havo given thousands
to reclaim a son or daughter who hud
ignoran thy, thoughtlessly, fallen in:to
temptLationa from want of' wise cousel
or from lack of something to occupy
'Mister, how do you sell sugzar to
'Only twenty cents a pound sir.'
'Car.'t afford it. I'll drink my coffee
without sugar, and kiss my wife for
IWeetening. Goot damy, sir.'
'Good day. When you get tired of a
that kind of sweeteniing, please call
He called thev next day. 3.
TIhe married ladies of a western city ~
have formed a "Come-home,bus club."
It is about, fQur feet long, and has a i
brush on the end of it.
Power will intoxicate the best heartl
as wine the a'Lrongestn heads. No mnan a
is wise enough or good enough to be<
trusted with uulimniteid power.
Nothing is so great an instance of
II manners as flattery. If yo~u flatter
all the company, you please nne; if
(on flutter only one or two, you of
k'id the r'est.
A lato Charleston circular puts the
present rice crop of Georgia and
atruch Carolina at, 75,000 tierces, or
about five per cent mnore than any
urop sluie t,brn war.
A must ard plaster is a w arm per
A mnot to for young loversb-So-fa and
Wanted to divide fairly--The En
glishmana who took his half-a-divit.
EASLY HOTe L.
TillS POP'UL ARI IOUSE is conhveniently
located to the Depot; Rooms well furinhsed
and the table supplied with the best in the
market. Boatrd reasonable.
Conveyamnce furnished to Table Rock,
Ca,sar's IIead, or any other point which
parties may wish to visit.
CLYD)E & MOTES,
March 80. 18'76 8o a.o
rho State of om .QreUna.
N COMA;ul iES.
3syTi i MAseW, F40bw' nsgU, Cmil'a0
Ifendricks and hupband James B Hendricks
lames Baswell, Robert E Bowen, Ww, 4
Clyde, Henly 0 Uri#gsThomis I husseIl,
Qrla4? Qj olger and other4--Defe@da to.
CXLAIT Vol RNLIgI, No.
BY virtue of a deareetal order, made by the
B Hon. T. H. Cooke, Judgt of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, on the 18th day of July,
A."' 1876,"each'thd' Very W She htlrx it,
la df Tiesa Emta Jolinson' ftrmerly Tind
sa Erma Mansell, if any there be other
than the Plaintift above nithied in this ao
tion, are hereby summoned and required to
appear before the t'lek of this Cburt, idea.
tify themselves and establish their claims to
the funds t6 be distributod, hrein on or be
fore the 21st day of July A. D. 1877, or
forever be debarrei of all 4inefit under the
decree for distribution to be rendered in this
Given under my h'ad and efiee 8e1st
Pleketu, this the 15th daw of Xuly A. D.
S. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Pickens County, 8. C.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
AGENTS Our large life-like Steel EU
gravings of the Presidential
NAKE Candidate sell rapidly. Send
for circular. N. Y. Engraving
$18 a day Co., 85 Wall St., B:)x 8236, N.Y.
S TAMERING cured by Bates' appliances.
For deFcript Ion, &c., address SimpsoN &
Co., Box 5076, New York.
LIVOqy Ani Sall StaIlle.
Parties desiring to hire conveyance to
Pickens Court House. Table Rock and othev
points, can be accommodated at my Stables.
at Mil hours of the day and night. Pur
chasers can also be supplied with Cood Stock
$- Regular Mail Line to Pickens Court
house daily. (Sundays excepted.)
RICHEY & WYATT.
Easley Station, S. 0., Aug, 3, 1875.
Dr. R. J. Gilliland
IIAVINO returned and permanently loca
ted at Pickenaville, resuect fully of'irs
h is Profession,al serv ices t o t he cit izens of l hat
vicinity and surrounding country. Chaarges
May 9 41
We are now prepared to furnish permanent situa
tions for a large niutuber of persons, male and female
who arolOtQ 'Pr ' articu
ha-s sent free on applcation. Address, with stamp,
SOUTHERN .CO-OPERATJvM Co., Nastaville, Tfenn.
PEli WEER guaranteed to Agenta
Male and Female, in their locality.
Terms and OUTFIT FitEE. Address
P.O VIUKERY & CO., Auguusta, Me
How Lost, How Restored!
Just published, a new ed 'ion of Dr. CUL
VERWEL L S Celebrated Essay on the radi
alcure (without miedicine) of Spermator
boea or .3eminal WVeakness, Involuntary Se
ninal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physi
al Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc;
1lso, Consumption. Epilepsy and I its, in-.
luced by self-indulgence or sexdkal extrava
a.. Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Casay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
ears' successful 1:raetice, that the alarming
onsequences of adt-ahnse may be radically
ured without the dangerous use of internal
edicine or the application of the knife; point
ng out a mode of cure at once simple, cr
ain, and effectual, by means of which every
ufferer, no matter what his condition may
e, may cure himself cheapley, privately, and
Seft i'nde'r seal, in a plain, eniveln,ge,.1'o
ny address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents
r two post stam:ps.
Addr-ess the Pnblisl'es,
F. BRUJGMAN & SON,
1 Ann St., Ne'w tork; Post Offiee Bor, 4586
July 20, 1876 46
!he Greates~t lDiscovery of
DR. TOBIAS' VENETI4N LINIMENT.
Over 29 years before the public. Warrant,
dor the money returned. to cure Dysentery,
)iarrhea, Colic, Spasms, Croup, andi Vomit
nig, taken in ternally. Perfectly innocent;
ee oath yith each bot tle; and Charpuip Reu'
natism, Swellings, Sprains, Blruises. Pains in
he Limbs, Bask and chest, externally. Not
bottle has ever been returhed, although
nillions are sold annaay. Price, 50 *ents.
)r. TOBIlAS' HORSE LINIMENT, in Pint 2
lottles, is the best in the world for the cure
>f L4tmenaes, 014 Bores, Sprains, VAsit, ind.
)iutemnper'. Price, $1.00... T abia.A' i Udr bye
isondit ion Powders are superior t >any others,
r no pay. They allay Fever, Purity the
Vater, Soften the skin, give a fine cont, and J
mnprove the A ppetit e. P'rice, 25 oents. Per- -
ectly innocent, as Col. D). McDaniels, wh~o
as seen the recipe tes tifies to, as well as the
.iniment. He has some of the Fastest Run.
sing Horses in the world. Thousands of eer..
ificates have been received, peaking in high th
ermas of the above medicines. Sold by the 8
[)rugglsts. LIPPMAN BROS, Savannah, at
1 a day at bome. Agen4sawaned. Out- e~
. At and terms tree. ~True & Co., ,Au. th
~usta, Maine. f
$5 to $20 per day at homo. Samoples worth
R1 free. Manaon & Ce. Ponand Mat.
TEE PGKF1 FTHTINEL.
Only $1.50a Year
[Every mnan in the Co unlty oIf
iIIOULD BE A SUBSCRI[BER!
Zvery manD whon has~ ever liv54
here and hias n.oved
H OULD BE A SUBSCRIBE R!
IT FURNISHES ALL
rnB COUNTY .EWS
,argely ini the adjiing CoLmuties
and to some extent ini Western
.North Carolina I
AND IS, THEREIIFORE,
QOOD EIDIU r0a Evz:mu .
'or the Pickens Sentinel !
n thae Pic en tinelI
I take this method of imforminig my friends
at I will be found in rey offieo on each
ATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
y business that coe7ne myjuid
As my duties as School Commissioner wlin
'ampel me to be absent ins difesrenst parts of
e county, I make this special appointment
r the beheIt of MIl coaderded.
- L A. BOWEN,
ue26-1y So1o Commission,er
PICKENS HIGH SCHOOL.
F HE Scholastiot'year is divided Into two
Terms of 20 weeks each. The First Term
oamences Jan ry17th, an4ends un 8
0*ecti ' cu% gJl 4
n tn Novenber; th.
Students entering within two weeks after
he commencement of the Terms, will be
)harged for the whole Term; those entering
aft -this tti6 froin the timet. of entering.
It is-inore satbifactory that Studeos enter
at 'the commencement, when the several
dasses are forMi*Z I -
Course of Study.
Ist Term-$pe}lin%and le9din .
2d Term-Spllingaud ,Reddi g 6otinijed:
Primary Geogra hy; Mental Arithmetic,
Exer9ises in ,Writing.
INTER 1 iA'' CLASS.'
1st Term-Spellin and Readin coninbdr
GdrlApi4 ioninued; Itrod ging nglish
Grammar; Elements of Written Arit,hanetic;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading continued;
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed,
Int ermiediat e gg phly punipleted(:' unlyt.
ical En1ilihiram ar; Pritat, U, !. His
tory; Exercises in Writing.
1st erin-Efglish Gramtnar complted; Phy,
Sic,6 Geosraphy; Ooinmonk School Arithine
ic;' ToWns AnoalysiA"of Words;
2d Te'rr-greprpe'p; Analya's * t ' I;n gjlishj
Langdagt; ArithmeiWh' coli ned; M aller
Composition; liigher U. 8. Ilistory.
1st. Term Latin GraViniar and flar ness' Eirst
Latin Book,i atir R6aders Pai,%s' Algebra;
Hlistory of England.,
2d Term-Four Books of CM-sT; Arnold's
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latiu
Sentence; Greek Orammart Kendrick'o
Greek Ollendorff; Greek Reader; avies'
Algebra gompletod;-NaturIal Philosophy.
lst Term-Six Books of Virgil; Grei k
Reader completed; Plain Ueometry; Ifiglher
Composition and Rhetoric.
,2d Termi-salhist-'s J;Itplinle Jgrh
Xenophon's .44(abasrs; lIig e .ge'
commenced;. solid and phericl geboe
try eqmpleted; Chemistry.
lst Term-Cicero'sSelect Orations; Xenoph,ot.n
Memorabilia1; Trigonometry and Surveying:
Romah Hstory Latin Prose Composhion.
2d Term-lorace entire;..Six Books of t he
Iliads: Greek l'rosc Gomposition; Algebri
The above course will prepare call
didates for admissiori irto the Sono
MORE CLASS of any of our, Southe
Colleges. St,itints, mv.ini do. not m4tand4
a1 satisfactory3 eixatIImationl up)on tlhe
bo allowed the pai'ilege to atd v6nce t,
.he flextI higherw, bit be ruta:iin e'- in.
suchi class, till all the st udies.' of it be'
TUITION OF PRIMtAny DEPAWPTMENT
Junior' Class, - - - $00
[intermediate Cla:ss, - - 25
Senior " - . 15.00
[Propumratory De(pamrtmnet, 20.00)
N~odedueIlit.>nilliI be imde f'orlost
L.ime except f romi pr~oongal sie-kness
Month lly reopots of pntctiali.Lty, diO,
pf)rtnment , and1( recittionj'ts ini eens~4
dy,r will ho furnaished parents.
J. II. CA RL[ILE. Principal.
Dec. 23, 1875 17 t
Fits and E pilepsy
l'he worst cases of the longest standing, by
using DRn. IhIunnann's Cnre.
It has Cured Tliosaads,
imnd will give $1,000 for a case it will not
>enefit. A hottle. sent free to all addressine~
I. E- 11 IBLE,X Chemist, Office. 1355 Broa&d
ray. New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
MI:E)ICINE RE NDERED UsE:LEsS.
Volta's Electro Belts amad
Lrrldorsed by the most eminent physicianms
n the world for thme cure of rheumatism.
meuralgia, liver eomplaint, dyypep ia, kiJney
hisease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fit..
emdalo.coumplainmts, nervous amnd general de
,ility, and oilher chronic diseases of the chest,
toad, liver, stomaclh, kidneys and blood.
rook with full partiulars free by Volta Belt
le , Cincinnati, 0.
~CAAL.8'r., rtgoy IirnLoTJyI
iUCkA1OJy, - 2 $%
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist AliIls, Boilers, Castinigs of
3rasa y d Irom Fqrgin a, o:c.
n dfl it t)raflecbes lone y exprie.nced hands
IPRO0 V ED POlR TA ilL -IKNV INER~ t'or
Iiving Cotton Gins, thres.hinmg Maeb.ine.~.
eparators, Grist. Mills, &c. A nummblev of
ecen'd-hanurEnglaes .and Boilers of via Pijou
matters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited -an promptiy donue
W M. E. TA NN El & Co.
Oct 14, 7 y
SenatQr-,R B Bowen.
Represeetative-1) F Brad ley.
Clerk of court-S D) Keith.
/udge of P obat'- IslI P hilrpot.
Shierif--ZJ Riley Ferguson.
BeA~ool CommissaIaer-4RL A BoIwerI.
T'reasutrer-,- W A Lentr..
Auditor-Alorzo M lfolger.
County Conimissioners,-John T Gosset t
'haivman-Robert Craig, G M I ynoh. Clerk
'ounty Camai8ssoners. U L Hollingsworth,
Trial Justees-al.y, Lnuke I. Ariail- Sa.
uiy,,---,---~-- .-Central, James A
.iddefl-'-Iicken* C II., C L hl oll ings worlh
n d 0 W 'Payrn--.Dam...,'ith J B L..utherland
CUARLSTOX. 8. C., Dec. 18, 1876.
On and after 'uuday, Decebor 19,. the
1's'senger Wef:& o ' t lW 8outh Carollas
Railroad will run as follow;,
Leavq grigsi90 * 91Oas
Arrive at Cohfbia 6 00 0 a
I!,e Chaleu.o ~ $t9'16/a mu
6rrive at Agsta . 16 pp
R .CA1UI S 'UN.
Ldinve eimh9 ws
Arrive at Charlesmt . 4r .4 46
Leave Augusta 9 00 a r
Arrive at Charleston 446p
COLUMBIA NIGIT EXPrie
Leave Charleston P
Art-ive it Colunbia 7 26 h a
Leave Columbia 7 (0 p,p
Arrive at Chainleslon 6 4
AUGUSTA NIGITT Ex ia.
Leave Chairleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at. Augusta 7 4& a'
Leave Augista - - 8 80 p m
Arrive-al Charlotton., - 2 4M/ a
Leaeriinnimerville at 7 80 x of
Arrive a*u ha lqhvu. 8 46 s1
Leave ChirI1s,ton 8 1 p :t
Arriveat(mettille -4 9Op to
C CAMV*N TRAI1N'
Connects at Kingvi2 daily [except Sun.
dayq], wii It Up and D oW Day and Passenger
PrAins. : ': , :s
Dny.a, t4ight TTAiA8 egtraecl At 4up s
with Georgia Itifa Ion(I. acon and Augusta
Railroad und'(C10ti-At; Rttiih 044. '21 ;hiv,6414
via Atlanta is the q%icke8t jand .,oauiIir
route, and as com111orta le nnd' cheap as an
m'tb' route. to 1otgo'mer., 7oifda, "Mobilf,
New Orleans, and all.olier points Sothwext,
and to LcuisvillP, pi'innati, Chcgo. St.
Lou s. and all otheit points West and otth
Day Train dontiets at C61ithibik *Wh he
Through Train on eingluttee,eaggaioh
lenves at 9 p. m1).) for all points Aortb.
Night Train coitis W4Ih Lon' Train
[which leaves Coluubick tA sa,J for points
01n CharlQt te Blond.
Latliri- Itiiilroad Trin connecto at e
berry ot Tuesdays, Thursday 'and Sata
Up ci-lumbia Night Train connects'c1uself
wit hi iie Ore-nvilleuil voldihb tailroad.
S. S. OLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PicvFss, General T(eket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R,
CHANGE )F SCiEDULE,
Pas Aenger trai. r,4ani daily. SuTdayd exept
ed, coulneectinig with night trais -n gouth
aroling& liiroa.d u1p atnd down. On and aft
er Motuay, Decemtser l3, "the folewig illI
be t he Schedule;
Leae Alstonu at g 6am
Leasve Cokesbury at2.7pm
I.fLve lh-itoni ait36 p
A rave a Greenville at8.6am
I,('IVC elto at9.40 a mu
l,euv ('~ke,du.ry. 10.86 a er
.,ene Ne bery at2.0 a
LeaveAkio RL8.20 p m
.~riveat oluihi at6.66 pma
Leave Gl~urenviale ato ~tirod;C'IuCa
Cltibav Beto a.\lt'lrisoteSuhCa
Leaven Norts bury -ot nteCalte ~
TrL eave A bbviseat916a n,atne
.\rrive frt Columbia. at~u~dtjn1m
Cokesury a 11.1 a mu, or n .th aia ng
th t'Down eeIrain AfronwreuihI Trainsen the
Sparlleuhur1 olc p.ion.tir connectat
lumbv a Waaa .\igt Trin.o0heSot Car
going PNdet aSoth 7.8h6.arote ca
Luea AndAusota 8.86e''igtn aCou
ATrale av eAbevl at 9.16a . coneo
Loevebury at 2.5pm,cnetn withO p
Traveineronuma. Ac.ibdt60 T'raiu
Mondas, Wnesdays 'adbrdays.n Lae
day,kesbury o at 9. a m., or on arival-o
tl he Dowt Train from Greenville . Leaves
bnetlle at. - 'coc p.., coninectin g wih tif
Leae Pnd Ston edu.86e.a
Lae Andron at d 8.86~ kalaya
Leave Belto,nat. .60 p as
Leave AndesonCt at 60 p a
Leave PeOnletont~ at -.0pa
Arrietri at ahala76 p a
LAccommodleyato Trin bewe Beo andp
dyLeave elton at 9.5 as m 0o on1prm
Andieson at.t 2.00 p m., conctn with
Jeane Nronviom ~., erTck6 4Agen
Leae E. Schet d70ule. ,
Leave (e tntraat7 a
Leavo e Toca City at'a
Leave WestminsBter at
Lee uca city at 44&m
LAtrve aetrA tal at1 O,
Leaep paranrg otim abes '
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