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7 ~ ~W&* '4Odeon's
fi qi .Of Sc booi at this
t ~* os Wedesday,
rfi4 aerO4eie will com-.
Oe o'loek P. M, We are
U0 0W tX end Ian iinvtation to
Publ0 generally to begresent
paty of young lade1 recent ly
la ted. one of our bachelor laWyers
a dI oflice PA upon discovering
tbe dirty and dilapio4ated condition
Wthis window cur'ain's, tore them
down, went and purchased calico,
ma~de him a now set and hung them
Up or him. W6 now look for him:
'to como down from the imaginary
eleated poiltion 'of bachelordm d
O. the happy band of bonediots.,
The amount of taxes collcted by
he County Treasvurer on the first
nstallmont this yoau is as follows:
S ote, 1I 0%15; County, $1,748.59;
Ialle ,$2,797.25; School, 6099.88;
-P il, $92. *f otal, 6 ,998.39.
Dis.--Moses Rendricks, aged 74
-yedra, idied'at his- residence in' th'
eastern part of this County, on
Saturday, the 8d instant. Mr. Hien
dricki had been a great sufferer
from paralysis fora nambor of years,
but bore hisafflictions with christian,
fortitude. He was honored and re,
s1lected by all who knew him, and
represented Piecens District in the
fEngislature boeo the war. ""He
had teen a- member' of the Cross
RLoads Baptist Chiurch for a number'
(of yt-ars. and was bur'ied at that
idceo Munday the 5ta0 instaunt.
Weo retwurn thamnka to Mist, Addie
R.IC (Illinagswtorth, one~ of t n'e) teaia
eras 'i qah. Columibia Femnale. Cu legte,
t(b(,'arod1~1g, on behalt f toe yountg
ladies of the college, an invtation
to 'eurselt andi tfamily to attend thu
eceme~a~ient exeacises of the ,oi,
luge, Jun~e 18, 19, 20, 21.
-Mr JohIn T1. AntLhony3 inlormis u1'
Itut ameu two or L hree mlontihs a-ro
he~ irod a netgro) to work for' himt by
thenme of John Ilonary Curry.
Curry is of a yellow color. r'ather
low Und heptvy set, ab~out 30 y<-arM
old,bind said ho came fhyni Georgia~ Lo
this~ State. A bout two weeks aga he
went to M r. Anthony andt told him
hie desired a settlemenat, as heo would
h ave to loente to ant his~ ek. Mr.
Anthony aske'd hinm what was the
matter. Curry replied that Ihe an~d
four others got int o) a difficualty *ith
some other neitroos and-killed sev
* rii of themi; thatL two of his 'party
- had boen captured untd hung and
that he and two others' had made
their escape; that he, haid received a
eotter on the day before informing
him that there was 4180 reward
for hIms that his whereabouts
Was himwn and if he wished to save
tie neck ho had better leave. Said
7 hat he killed a man by the nameof
Tegae with one barrel of a doubles
tarreled shotgun, and another man
by the name of Asbey, or Asberry,
with the other; out the Sheriff who
,ried t6 arrest him acr'oss the abdo
non with a knife and made his es
tape by the asstistance of a white
inn b~y athe name of Mettoers, or
Aleadows. Al Bowen, a color( d
enant of Mr. A nthony's informed
b- lm'e r Vgurry had left that hie
(Curry) bed been talking freely to
him abouit his d fieulties before he
* ettland had told him that the men
eu killed worn white, and thtat hte
had khid the sheriff' who attempted
S%d airesL him. Bwen'aaid he haI *484
in cashi--8I0 in gold, two 620 and
~wo $1O bills, and balane~ In silver;
said he counted the money for him.
E rom a conversation with Curry
~owen thir Is he had outraged a
whito girl somew here; said- he Came
from about fifty miles west of Knox's
brIdge on~ the Tagalo riyer; thuat
o1hn Mietters, %Dr Mendows. had
.been iVtilng to him, and that ho
'~'beb~w folod ase far as elo
~ste eaid he had lived atbout
tber$d, nd 4ithena atnd had lived
~1bhI0($l b e uname oL Webb
MthAth"6iUydnks ho has robbed
omko*ctj ary Iukefr, cmmit-.
~ Wtt~poaed th oen, iate
der tb# ha--boeen gillde
V oi Joseph
V sher Thorniey has
bh te following parties to
& 46 the Greenville term of
"o rt0;, trial: May -s WM. M.
elben, retailing; June 6th, Louis
Werniok'eetaiing; Juno 9th, Jo%
4.ph lardin, retailing and reovn.ing;.
likhe. b0h, Allen Pitta, rotailing;
The crop of candidates Ie tidls
County prominses to be very good.
Best ever made, Entory's LIle Cathartio
Pills, pleasant to take, sugar-coatei; no
griping; only 15 cents a box, of Druiggis a
or by mail. Standard ftre Oo., 114 Nassau
treet, Niw York.
The Cenitral Democratic Club will
meet on Saturday, 17th inst, at 8
o'clock P. M., for the purpose of
reorganizing. A full attendance is
requested. H. C. SHIR.EY, SO'ry.'.
How IT wAs DoNE.-"lHow do
V'ou manage," said a lady to her
rriond, "to appeart so happy and
good natured ti the tunse-?" "I ala
ways have Parketa Ginger Tonic
i)andy," wvas the reply, "and thu
3asily keep myself amid fatnily in
Zood health. W hen I am well i al
ways feel good natured" 4
A T ' Z N T I 0 N, DEMOCRAT--The
Pickens Court House Demiocric Club
will meet on Saturday, the 17tlI
instant, at 8 o'clock P. M., for the
p)urpose ot electitig DeleglWs to the
Uounty Convonti(.n, atd the trana-,
ition of such other business; as may
D. F. BRADLEY, Pres.
AN IMPOSSIBILITY.-Deserving ar
lieles are always appreciated. The
exceptional cleanliness of Parker's
H~air Balsam makes it popular. Gray
hairs are impossible with its~ ocon..
tional use. 4
A meeting of the Eaaley Demo
'ratic Club is called fote Saturd:iy
the 17th instant, at 3 o'clock P. M-.
at .Easey. It is veory desirable that
,avermy Detwoorat in the townsi~ip
lshali attend, as nmuch business o1
importanice is to be' traLnsaced~.
J. R. Gossr Tr, Pres.
PETERSBUltG, VA., Jmune 4.--A die
atracztive Imami anmd wind stom ic
Prt'ied t.his evumning, 'eith'nieg frum
IhIndfax to Garysburg, N. C., a iis,
blmnce ofr tenmile'4. Seveur:al haouie.
were blown doiwn and large tree,
uprooted. Ma tilda Giary, coloreid,
~andu nt two deaughaters, 4 and 5 years
old, livinlg nie ar Gt aryslbuIrg, were
killed by the blowing do (f their
house~. Ot hor r'mmlemer ot' the ihmnaily
natrrowly es~tcpe alive.^ Tao lbai
slotur8 woreC 'C4 lsInr2 as! Olle's fistsi.
It is feared I her~wus munch destrue,.
t ion of crops). Tratinsa frmu the
southtl have been delayed by the ful,
gence was received to night t hat tie
stor'm in Northiampton CJounty, N.
C., yesterday comletely ru ined thei.
cotton, whet, sand corn crops. In
many inttande the haiti stones weighi
ed ai p)ound and a quarter. Felter's
Ac~ademny sand inamay other buildings
were completely demnolished by the
wind. The telegraph pt les on the
Seabouard and 1tonnoke Rtailroamd
were blown downi tom' a distane of
two miles. -Two other persons wore
Frahklin J1. Moses, ex Governor of South
Carolina, pleaded guilty, on the 6th instant
of petit larceny in the Neow York city court
of General sessions, and was sen tenced by
Judge Glldersleeve to the penitentiary for
the term of six months.
Malaria, Chills and Fever, and Bilions
at tacks positively Oted wit h Enory's Suana
dard (lure Pills-an infallible remedy: n'ever
fails to cure the most obstinate, long-stand
ingecass where Quinine and all oilher re..
medies had failed. They are prepared ex
p ressly for malarlous secions, in double
boxes, two kinds of Pills, containing a
strong cathuartid and a Ohill breaker. sugar
coated; cotitain no Qnittine or Mercury,
causing no griping or purgingt they are
mild and efficient, certatil in their action
and harmless in all cases; they effectually
cleanse the system, and give new lufe anda
tone to thea body. As a household remedy
they are untequialed. For Liver Oomplaint
their equal is .aot known;-one box will h ive
a wonderful effect on the worst case. They
are used and prescribed by Physicians, anid
sold by Dt-uggiate everywhere, or sent by
mail, 25 and 60 cent boxes. Emnot y's Lit tle
Cathiarlie Piils, best ever' mado, only 15
cents. Standard Oure Co., 114 Nassau
street, New York. june l6, 6mn
OATS CITT SToNS FVLTICn, Cut eny's Furr
Dassa, LAMBETuI'F, IM'RoV'Kn FLY FA.
McBRIDE & C0, want a live active man in
every city anud town in the Unaited Stiates
to handle above atrt iem Exclusive right
to rn Anufuictuire Filterer and Driers. Write
to &ThI3ride & Co. for terms.
Doyou want to make~ mioney atid benflt
your neighbors,. Write to MdllamuH & (Co.,
Atlanta, (Ga , and secure right to annfac
tunme Gate City Stonue Filter, Cherry's Fruit
Drier. lig money in it,
A man with vim andi get tip can make
money by securing contral in his town or
city, of 'ite City 8tone F/ilter, Cherry's
Fruit, Drier, Lamhetltr's lnipfoved 11'y Fan.
Write, to Moride & 0o. for circular, terms,
&c. Ad eiss MldBaatoa & Cd., Atlainta.
Petsonali To Men.Only!i
The Vfi.ala 33th C * m..rs,...la w ih
too .0Wkt n
BoiW p tia
other in 00k ip . f1
the bes plan. a If m e se
gasons as-11s, yeor and i is oA
far, surely will care tbo faner
the guano and ioton - fov Yo
oo'cr-esp ietn& had. abouti twer
acres -I cootton, but iere. 1 no
azo debt hawging over' (*ell) I
corn And pea crop since tihe cott
is gone, It . the farmete along I
balss of the mountains would tv
their attention to oats, wheat, m"
barley, &c., and only plant a it
Cotton, well prepared, I believe t
wo&Id 8nd a considerable thita
to their advantage. Four yei
ago when cotton made its appe
aice at the foot of- the moun tai
in the form of a portion of the Or
Westei n meat was a rarity, I
minice that*Lime it is tecoming co
mon. Well, not very common vi
er. I will say' it Is it, or to m4
With about three-fourths of i
people. My advice would be, In
your owh moat, brend, milk a
butlcr. Try it two or three ye
and see if you like it, if 'no the c
perietce will inake you wiser
notlhing is mnade otherwise.
Litt.le Zachy has been tmki
pictut-eb at Holly Springs, had vE
good patronage. His tongue
very glib-but when that telo* tb
two pictures tuken and wanted 1
tie Zachy to' take one of them i
pany, he gave upl) the dobr. 1 thi
he anglt to have taken it-thaI
the blaukstnath rule.
Registration of Votei
OFFICE SUPERVISOR RIFdleTRATI(
For she convenience of such electori
have failed to Register at. their respect
precincts, I will attend at. the follow
places on the dates herewith natmed, in
month of Junie, 1882, fot the purpnsl
miaking a full and complete llegistratios
all the qualdei voter.4 of Pickensi Cour
C'entral, June 13th.
LiXberty, June 14th anid 15th.
Dacuisville, June 19th an.! 2tirh.
Puimpkitown, June 21.it and 22..
A iken's Store, June 23..
King's Store, June 2111h.
Hurricane, Junie 26th and 27th.
And the baance of time ait my oflic
Pickenis C. HI. (in the Treasurer's ()il
iromn Tue'day, June 27th, to Friday', J
30t hi, incuotsive, for the purpose of corr
ing errors in leghitraitiona, sad to Rtegi
tsuc lectors as many have faileda to Re
ter at tiheir respective precinicls.
Aft er the IS.t nairueid date1 thle 1ooks
Suplervisor of Registrattiaen Pickens C<
janne 1, 1882 37
WE ARE EXCL.USIVE AGENTS F
THIS COMPANY, FOli PRtATT REVO]
N0 HIEA4J GiNS, FEEDERS AND C(
DENSERS, without doubt. the best (
now made, and the only 6ne that. will
choke. Ask Thomas Parkins, Elias IJ
or any oilher person using them. Ovot
in use in Anderson and Abbeville Count
CLARK'S SEED COTTON CLEANO1
"omeshing new and indispensible to
(in owners. Ttak,es out ditt, niails, ro<
:ind everything else. Increases filthy
ton from } t o 8 oents per pound, and si
largely in gin-tiling, &c. Price, $75
payable in tihe Fall1.
VICT'OR CANE MIL
These are known to be the best GOold
their kind, and we can offer thetti lo*
give you until 1st November t o pay.
Call at our store and see the Seed Col
H ORTJN & BROWVN,
Liberty, S. C
june 1, 1882 87
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLU
CoTYno or PICKE~Ne,
Y itue of ani execution to moe direc
)Vvlhar levied upon andi will sell to
huighest bidder, before the Court H<
eloor in Picken8 Cottnty, on Mounday,
3d day of' July 1882, during the leguul h<
All it Piece, Parcel or Tract of Lj
in Pickens County, on Litile Cro* Cr.
waters of Iieo*ee Ilver, adjoining land
Watson Stewart, Abe M. Matidin ahd
era, containing 108 Actes, more ot' leo
being the same tract of Land convreye
J1. Hiram Blacksitons by Mtary Blaibkstou
s he 20th l dtS of September, 1817, atI
~ ItALL'S CELEBRAtED
aM GIN, Manufacured I
, eorless Engine, Manua<
nd 7have Mbe following artieles at the Fact
qlod Crusher and Pulverizer, This i8 the
x- Bradley's Reapet. Mower and iTay Rake,
it The Celebrated Victor Orie llorse Grain D
Automatic Plantation Gates. Ex-Governor
rzfor to lion. W. Ii. Perry for iny llevormiti,
ng I have just recelvd the Agency for the
Ifarrow, It has great idvantitge -over the T
'y Call and examline. Irou Fences for FlorA
it, Auctioneer as
rQ june 1, 1882
iW H OLES
BLUE GRASS SEED.
I of RE CLOVERI SEED.
Orchard Grasi Seed.
HKERDtlS CRAM4 SEEDb
ice White Clover Seed.
l P A IN TS.
P UT TY,& C.
N- and Pahut store.
uN SZAN- ITON4
not. oct 6, 1881 4.
SM. C, Winchester,
k, Ande'son'si Mills. S. C.
~ves KEEP3 CONST \NTL1 ON IHAND) A
.00, full Stock of GENEllAL M ERlilAND[.SE,
viz: SUG A t, CiO FE14, SA LT, CR OCK,
ElLY WAllEi (CAICOE~S, JEANS, and
all kinds of GOO DS, whioh he sells 'as ch'eap
as any oilher Mierchamnt in theo ('unty.
Lg, All kinds of COUN fURY Pi RO DUClB tak en
In exchange for GOODl), and satisfaction
s of guaranteed.
ton -fronaa i3 to) $8M
Give mue a call and be convinced of thie
- ap 18, 1882 , 8
Pieltens Hligh SchoAL
-() NE quarter . of-this Aiihon havLing ex
pired as~ a Frvee 8chool, It wi be sonltinumed
as a Private 8chaeo, unader the instructions~
iof ihrtee comnpeteni. and experibened Treachl
-A era, at the following rates, per 4'uarter o1
fifty daysa ror enchi pupl, paid ina adIvane,
by all those patr'ona who do not sign the
guarantee herel ofore made, or mnak accep,
ted, table arrangements with t Teacher, to
'use Primary Departments. per Qttartet*, $8 12)
the intermediate Deparioient peCQuar
urs ter, 4 00
hIigher M4thetnati'a per Qurrter, 0 (A
and4 Classiotf, 9 00)
sek, Incidental expenase, one dolluaw per quiar
s of tr, stiiotly in, advance, for eachl pupil ot
>$h.- the entire schoolt
ps- Exit ta charges for Music,
di to All pa linete~ udade to the P'rindipah.
ona By d er of the llouird of' Trustcee.
Ie. U. L I ft#Wana fl.
SELF FEEDINIG COTTOT1
ing Sing, New Vork.
'tured at Waynesboro, Pa
ory prices: The Celebrated Acme IHarrov
best implement ever introduced on a plant
tria' ufiottired at Syracuse, New York.
rill, Victor Tripple Ringed Harrow, Carter
B. F. Perry has two on his planiation.
)n as to ts working.
sale of Barley's Adjustable and Reversibl
I or Cemetery Lots.
ad Commission Merchuant.
SEND US YOUR BUSI
NESS CARD FOR
DLANDRETH & 80NS,
PH ILADL PH IA.
Cross Cut Saws,
Lotsi of other Goods at
PICKENS3 C. H , S. C.
jan 5, 1S82 10
NEW SPTOR E
The World ]Mloves an
so do we.
M. J. SMITH & Co
HIEREMITH1 ANNO)UNCE T') THEJ
friendsR anid the public that they have a
curedl the large and co-omodidus BTOR1
known. ,. the H O)LCO)MBFE 0UIIN iB11, wheo
they will be pleased to serveeverybody Wil
Fl LSTJ CL.ASS GOODS at reason~ale prici
We hiave just returned from market wheci
we purdhasedl a full sloek off seasonib|
G1oods, Including Furnishing G'oods, Faine
G oods, H- at a Boor s, Shioes, Con fect ionariel
. lid ware, arm1ning Iimplements, (iroceriel
anid GJeneral 3leiclaandise, and we can~ safel
as'erlt that thes~e Goods~ antd Prices wi
compare favourably with those of any Hous
ill the tiy dounig.
We inmn to sell 000ods. Come and se
the ttargains in Shioes, Toocoo, &c. D~on
fail to examine our (ioods before mnakin
your purchases, for we bny and sell fu
oaithi, and 09111 gtlaritn018 barga:ins in oil
new aid fresh Gioods. lie sure to call.
You rs res pecifully,
Mi. .J. si IT H & CO.,
kEankej, S. C.
oct 27, 1881 8 8m
P i m n1ert:
jsa6, 18 2
GO. 0. WaLLS, QRo. ,TAIo
JAMN3' L. ORa, Piokeng C. 1L., 0
Greenville, 8,0. - -
WELLS, ORE TZI05
A TTORNR'YSA C4 (O UNSfLOR$AT L AW
P1OKIENS 0. H., 18. 0'.
Prompt attention given to business entrus.
ted to them.,
march 10, 1884 25
M. P. ANSEL, J B B00011.
ireenville. S. -. Piokens 8 0
ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORN EY8 AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
. P NS 0.-H., 8. 0. .
Offloo in tho Court House. Prompt
attention given to all business on
trusted to them.
I doo 9, 1880 12
The Grand Central
Dry Gooi. EM Orin
Dr J. W. QUiLLIAN
- -AT -
EASLEY, ' . S. C.,
STILAL LIVES z
HAVE RECEIVID AN) hlAVEI IN
store tho Largest. and Iost. Selected Stook
of GENIRAL MERCHIANDISE in this
TO THE LADIES.
I would say t'hat. I have just received 200
dif1'erent Styles of H ATS and BUNNE'TS,
fronm 25 cents to $7.00 apiece A nice line
or Trimming Silks and Satins.
200 Pecies Fine Dress Goods.
20,000 Yards Calicoes, Muslints and Pi
My stock of Ladies and Gentlemen' s
Shoes is comiplete, ati prices that never faiil
1o sell them.
A li~g'd lot of Gents Straw Gboods.
Ready Mlade 01othing anid iurnisintg
10,000 Yarda Cashmiers', Jevas aind Cot!'
teniades, bought direct frome manuifact urers.
Shirtings, Sheet ings, Yarn, II ardware,
GIla'ssware, Tale and Pocket Cutlery ini
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oil and Dye
A large lot of Ihcavy and Fancy Grocerics
as checap as the chleapest
When you comoC to Isasley he sure and
call andii see met, iand be convinced t hat I
still lurd ini low prices. llespectfltly,
may 4, 18 83
Hlow La~st, Ikow Uctestored I
J UST pitblished, a new edition of Uni.
IU:v iuws W.L's Celebratted ilassay on the
radical cure of Spernmat orIro or $emiii nal
WVeakness. hInvehu it ar:y XSeninal Losses, Imt
riot ency, Mental nad Physical inenpaicisy,
imp1ed imeri.ts so MIarriage, etc.; also, Con
Stsmption1, Ipjilepsy anid Fits, induce cd by self
indul geuce or sexual exi ravaglance, &c.
Th'le celebrated auithoir, in t his admnirale
Essay, carly de moit atals, t'roum a tirt y
years' sucecessful practice, tiat thle alaruming
consequecries of sel'fliabuse may be radically
cuired; pointinag out a mode oif cure ait once~
simple, certiini, iand eff'ectui. I, by means of
w sich every suth-rer, no, imiatier what his
coniti'liion aecy beC. may13 care himiselt cheap
Ily. privately,)' and radic:ally.
MjAl'his Leciture tshnaIld he in t he hands
of ever iy youth l .it d every man ini the land.
Seat uinder se':i. ini a llin enivelope, to
Ocnts or I w( piolinge stampsl~. .\-Idress
The Ouilverwiell Medleal Co.
411 Asnn St., New Y'ork. N. i'.,
S 1'Postoullice Box, 450.
jan 5, 1882 16 ly
PABKTh'S test, Cicaidest aid
" ~~ most hluonmcat H-air
thee ycimthfsul color t' jr.yy
hair. rpc toad $z i
e | A Pure amfIly Medicine that Nover intoxlcates.
IfI iyou are a mechanic or f'armer, worn out with
-s overwork. or a mothier rim down by foaniiy or house.
e hold dutaci try PAIuK5H's GiNu I.xsc.
I am re n lunwyer. minister or business man ex..
ehatued by mental Strain or anxiosa carei a.> not
Y taske sntoxicatin1g simulantas, but use P'assant'sM
s, Geuoina Toniuc.
Itf you have Dyspepsia. IWheh~maiism, NI'~ncy or
Urinary Comnphinis, or if yrt are trouib'ed with any
disorder' of the hnngs. stomnch bowels, blood or nerves
you can be cut-et by -PA xxan's G t~ORt TorniC.
6 If you are w-anting away from aige. udisipatlon or'
any disaseoor weakenss and rectire a stimulant take
e G;lxGr-a Tfome ut once . itw I tnvigorme and buddl
t lhiasaved hundredaf lives it imay save yours.
ITWOYX A CO.. 103 Wttin til., New York. 60e. ant
one delIte strec, as ati dealers Ia medti~nes.
r' GRiEAT SAVING SM1NG DOLLAfT S12.
- Mowi and comple0ht~itely eba~r.;;c the. bios-i in
.ie e' trei sbm Ii thame4 4thtto, Any pier'..i
Arrite ibt Gree* ritlV
Leae Gree'vIlle at
Hodges at .
- o. 62 ,ppE
St rot h'er
Arrve Spartburg 44k,
A. 65 bown iashmaa.x
Leave Sparta'g R & D depOt 6) 1:O0
Spartan'g, 8, U & C depot d) I 8
Arrive at, Alato'd
,A URjais RAm.RoAl
Leave Newberry at
Arrive at Laurens C 64p
Leave Laurens 101o
Arri've At NeWberry 12 50 p
ADDEV65 LON DAb~R.
Leive ilodges at 18
Arrive at A bbevillb 28 p id"
Leave Abtbeville 12 10 p i -
Arrive at Hodges 1 05 A pn
Blue Rige , U & A denotr 1 Ohl
Leaveu 26to a 4 p n
Anersn at 6 sh'
Pendlt onr a*' 6p' :
Arrive at alhalla 7 68 pM
Leave NWberrll at 0 pR a <
Leean 10 08 aa&
Priendt~o atber 12 0 p8 a e
LAirve'. Eolton at 180 p0
Lev TbilOU 12 AR0 p iC*
Arrid at radins 1 enClmi and a~
nderone andCa ~ o n re
citerote aov points
A. Wcit 8 c]Rira to Chr7a 80h.
Writ V Wi lgtn 759nbs n Augu
LevRalilodfol nntn and 8 a
pointst~o Not thereof.
Andr poinin W sIi~ ot Cal
~inna~etan al ponsot-. 6hat th
Sla tand beyoend Couba an ."
h.it. hrougahaan charottee Chaeto a n4
~nr~ilo and Daile Rionad thare
pihroit sasovet anwst
. W ith S 0 Rnilroad fo Chrletb.
With Wilmington,oColnila and AbgudtI
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