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Owt . tneton is mtdwring from
stkok~ othe influensa.
-4fi $. , Carey has been admitted
VrU.do la* in the Supreme Court of
-M e have had four or ftve different
of weather in the past week and I
d Probs" is.all at see,
on't forget that school will begin
ekens next Monday. Every child I
enough should attend.
Farmers are making an early start
season. They are as busy now as
usually are the last of February.
On the 28d inst., Sr.ow Masters was
rrled to Mis A1ce Cantrell, Rev. S.
0. Sloan, officiating. All of Greenville
-The stooltholders of the Cumber
land (ap railroad met in Aiken on last
Tuesday. We are not informed as to
the object of themeeting.
-Mrs. Bright Gilstrap, the wife of
our edfeient' bail carrier, has been quito
vick for the'past three -weeks. She is
thought to be improving at this time.
-4everal small bridges on the Pick
lrs and Easley road are in bad condi
tion. They should be. looked after be
o the couity has- a damage suit on its
-te many friends of the Rev. 0.
Bogs 'of 'Mason, Tenn., will be
to leani that his wife, who has been
or some timo is much improved in
Cotton is.on U boom and those who
able to hold over are happy. There
q'ite a number of loads of the
haulet from the up country to
the past week.
special read commissioners
ngaged last Tuesday in laying out
ew road from Secona to Twelve
amp ground via the Alex. Allgood
on Twelve Milo,
a.%n Gannt,of Nine Times, was be
re Commissioner Thoruley last Thurs
y, charged with running an illicit dis
ary. He.- was bound- over for the
afy term of court,
Obueral Moonshine, from the moun
s, (he df tanglefoot fame), has been
tiug the community for the past ten
and has worsted several of the
who fooled with him.
4 FridayA the last day on which
pay your taxes without the pen
i over six thous
3 to be collected.
he o1 Sootchman place. She ha
it hirty pupis in attend mee, with a
t of soveril ore soon to be ad
J.' B. ;nr dentist, is in-,
iens and offers his pr,
ces to the publip
.,kignilliat, the genir
4 lat EaSy ii quite sick wit
the influenz.. I hId be
fned to his room for several dali
returned to his business too sooi
h brought on a relapse.
The voluntary contribution to Re'
.Cowan for his work here durir
ecent meetings, amounted to som
over twenty-five dollars. Thei
no collection taken up, each c1
direct to the preacher just as thi
The patrons of the Porter's Char
Piney Grove schools are req uestA
set, the school trustees of Picke
ship at Hagood's mill on Tuesdi
ruavy 4th for the purpose of coni
g the advisability of consolidatii
correspondent writing from Ce
athat that town has already l0
eel the~ benefit resulting from t
ion of the liquor traffic there
gid enforcement of the prohibito
ussed by the recent legislature f
r ipecial benefit.
building and loan association "
ized in Eas1ny last Monday nig
B. Kendrick, traveling agent 1
ter-State Building and Loun As
of Columbus, Ga. A. G. Wy
lent; H. E. Russell, secretary;
aid in your orders for blank lie
t~aes, land deeds, &c. The SEE
()b Offiee is now ready to supi
trade with all kinds at the lowest
prices. All kinds of job work d<
eonable rate. We do necater w<
any job office in the State.
Mr. C. B. Kendriok, traveling ag
the inter State Building and Li
ciation, of Columnbns, Ga., was
st Tuesday looking up the pt
ganizinag a locatl associat
required number of shi
not taken, so he failed in his obj
The "Influ-Ensor" struck Little I
last Monday night and played ha
an illict distillery. Raiding der
or, anud Marshals Roark and E~
ea raid in that section on the ni
,and captured a still in full bI
perator escaped after a hard ch:
sill was a large one with a full
of mash on hand, all of which
Deputy Marshal Roark, accon
1by Deputies King and Jenni
aat Thursday night made a rail
Ridge and captured moonshine
e, an eighty gallon copper still
II quantity of mash. The still
Iwithin a mile of Twelve
ground. Laurence 0. Ne
ound in charge. He was arrt
mmitted for court.
r. Bon Holder has brought tc
a sample of a plant that he el
rduce a fibre as a substitut<
0hat will exceed the much talki
oth in yield and quantity of
iced. Ho says that it need oul
d once in several years and tL
roduce tons to the acre. The
0.is flue, strong and easily sopal
the wood. Ho did not namei
.Arthur Morgan haa recei'
attering recognition of his e
a lawyer and business man.
ni appoinited dist.rict agent fc
end & D)anville R. R. in this
e.ct evidence in pending and
stits against th e company.
ithdrawvn from the lawv firn
he wasE a member. Jiust
a boy. a littlo time and h
Oct matterS 01 imporn6c to SG 00- A
irise will be made publio in a few diys. w
'he prospect of the early completion of s
he road is now much better than ever
efore and everything goes to show that a
his road will be built in the near future 1
,nd the iron horse will yet cross the
1ine Ridge on his way to the great
iorthwest. We give the views of Mr.
;ohofield, the former president of the
load, below. 04
"Mr. Schofield said that he had read 01
vith great satisfaction the views of Mr.
hamberliu in reference to the Cum
)erlancl Gap Road, as published in the
,ews and Courier some time. ago. The
Jumberland Gap, caid Mr. Sohofield, is
)no in which Charlestonians should feel
substantial interest. It is now finished
rom Aiken to Edgefield, and is being 1
-un as an ally of the South 0arolina
[Railway. It is proposed to extend it to
bboville, and doubtless at the forth.
3oming meeting of the stockholders or
lers will be issued to go on wt1 the
work. The road will thou b pushed On 2
bo its destination as rapily as possible.
Nfir. Schofield said that there will be
present at the meeting Mr. Austin Galla- u
gher, who represents the New York cap
italiats who, lie understands, is in favor
of immediate extension. Mr. Schoffeld
says that the country through whioh the
Cumberland Gap is to run in in favor of
Charleston as their port and their centre
of trade. What they need is the facili
ties which are promised them in the near
future through the Cuipberland Gap and 8
the South Carolina Railway.
Another Appeal for the Keniedy Mon. t
The committee appointed by the Tha
lian Alumni Association to raise funds
and erect a monunent to the memory of
the late Rev. J. L. Kennedy,held a meet
ing at Carmel Church, January 18, 1890.
The report of the committee shows that
the contributions to date amount to less I
than $200. We have on our list the
r.ames of more than two hundred stu
dents, to all of whom we have addressed
cards soliciting their aid in this work.
We have received responses from less
than one-half of that number. It will
coit double the amount already collected
to erect a monument that will reflect
credit on our association and be a fitting
tribute to the memory of our distin
guished teacher, We, therefore, now
make this last appeal to those who have
not contributed to the cause, also to any
who have contributed and are willing to
assist further to secure such a memento
as our worthy and beloved preceptor de
serves. Contributions may be sent to
B. F. Mauldin, Anderson C. H., J. E.
Boggs, Pickens C. H., or to the under
signed at Eq1.;hty, S. C.
By order of the Con"
0.. Only one
membership of the
stveral who who were al
....y members professed conversion.
8 and the converted were strengthened in
their faith and helped to a higher plane
I of christianity. May the seed sown
bring forth a rich and abundant harvest
for tho Master. The evangelist has gone
to WValhalla where he began a series ol
ameetings yesterday, (WedInesday.)
The Great Nellie Bly.
r. Nellie Bly's wonderful story in the
g Family Story Paper is the talk of th<
3. day. In towns where there are no news
-e dealers, the Family Story Paper wvill be
ie ser t to any address four mon ths foi
y One Dollar, containing Nellie Bly'
great story. A ddress ?lonroe's Publish
eing House, 24 and 26 Vandewater St.
New York, N. Y.
iy AL Rock, Pickena county, on Tuesday
d- January 21st, 1890, Mrs. Rachel Cai
ig Gillespie, wife of Matthewv Gillespie.
The deceased had been a consister
member of Oolenoy Baptist Church fe
ie about fifty years, and her seat was se
Ly dom vacant as long as ehe was able to a
'I tend her church meetings. Mrs. Gillet
opie often said she was ready and anxiot
to depart, and dwell with Christ, wvhic
as is far better. She died without a stai
or on her character, and it is believed sl
io- i not have an enomy in all the world
itt "Asleep ini Jesus, blessed sleep,
B. Fr om which none ever wake to wgep."
- M. G.
SDeputy Collector Fahnestaek and M
iv. Gotleb Warner, of Walhalla, were
me town last week.
>k Mr. James L. Lewis, of Kanhaas,
visiting his father, Rev. John T. Lewi
at of Anderson's Mills.
in Dr. Dentlal Notice.
n r3. B. Carpenter, of Mayfield, w
hinPiekens on the 28th of Janua
ra-e and will remain for ten days, durn
whic tim heoffers his services to t
mepeople of this community who are
Bas- need of anything in the dental line.
voo wvork guaranteed. jan23tf
ing Liberty Itemesf.
gut Cotton 9} to 104.
ist. The miarket is on a boom. TI
ise. cotton is being hauled in in a hura
up- Somne of our farmers who held for
was cents, got 10k last week and are hi
ipa- There are several car loads hi
ogs, ready for the foreign markets.
ou* Our merchants are doing a f
and business. One of them received 7,~
wvas pounids of bacon lat week, all bouf
Nile from one0 drumitmer. lie calculatei
vton will last him fromi four to six wee
'sted Mr. Glenn, late of Laurens comn
has opened .a furniture store he
our Glad to welcome him in our mYit
m for George E. oggs andl( wife h
d orf ben topping 'with their cousin
abre A. Boggs, for the last few days.
y be Miss Carrie Grice returned to I
at it ley today.
flbre Mr. WV. WV. Martin, of Ander
~ated county, is in town preparatory
'move at an early day.
red a Onr flour man has just reeeivc
11P1(c car of the cheapest flour everof
r the in his market, and molasses pil
State to sop your bsomits mn.
pros. More and better roads if n)
lie dummy line, something as near i
s of possible in the way of a road is n
ive a we ned. Oncannys
odesonville and other war prisonm
bich every oitisen of this country
iould read, also artioles on the import
it subjects of the day by prominent
id-well-known writers, also a complete
rtel by a popular author. Price of
againe 25 cents a copy, or $2.50 per
or, Address Bedford-Clarke Co., pub
ihers, Chicago, Illinois.
Saylls "Gits T1ero."
Baylis Roggs, formerly of . Pickens
muty, after a mouth's residence on,the
itskirts of Clifton, has been appoi4
)stmaster at that place, and will proba
y assume control of the offtoe in a few
The great question of the day ist
Row to keep the Irish dynamite etoito
ent in a manageble condition." Easy
iough. Olve each man -. bottle of Dr.
ull's Cough 8yrup.
1T4tft so Treasasers.
All peons are hereby notified not to
eApass in any manner upon the land of
luntha A. Alexander.
3wa I. A. AIAEXANDER, Agent.
Any and all persons found trespassing
pon the lands of the undersigned, eith
r by hunting, shooting or fishing, will
e punished to the full extent of the
6W. 811As HUNKLE.
FAstatoc, Jan. 20, '91. 8w
W. H. Nix, at Easley, has a lot of fine
eod oats for sale cheap. ,
Why .Will You cough when Shiloh's Cure
4il give immediate relief; Price 10 cts.,
0 cis., and $1. W W Earle, druggist
oq wVon TrE BLOOD
eak-ns, Malaria, indfgestion and
BISOWN'S iRON B1ITTER8.
It eures quickl-. For sale by all dealers In
nedicin. Get the gEnueno.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy-a positive
:rc for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
ioutlh. G W Earle, druggist
Are you made miserable by Indigestion,
,onstipation, Diziness. Loss of Appetite,
Vellow Skill? bhiloh's Vitalizer is a pos
lve euro. G W EArle, drusgist ,
W BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Cures inigieAtIon. lifouxuess, Dyspepsia. Mala
ria, Nervousue.F. and Geeral Debity. Physi
elans reconmen.1 it. All dealers sell it. Genuhe
has trade mark and crossed red lnes on wrappev.
The Rev. Geo. II. Tayer, of Bourbon,
11d., says: "B1oth myself and Wife owe
(ur lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
G W Earle, druggist
For Dispepsla and Liver Complaint yot
have a printed guarantee on every bottlh
of shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cur<
G W Earle, druggist
SITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
SC COUNrY OF PIoKENs
Court of Common PleaR.
V. H. Thomas and Nancy Elgin, as El
ecutors of Allen Riggins, deceased
,td Nancy Elgin in her own righl
-ow Riggins, et al. Defendants.
8ummoU". (comlplaint filed
To the defendants Antrew Riggins, Bu
ris Riggins, Nancy Crenshaw, Mat
Hunter, Mily Spearman, Rebec<
Stewart and Clarinda Stewart.
You are hereby.9u&pmoned and requi
ed to answer the compiint .hi&nuti
which was tiled on January 21st, 180
the office of the Clerk of Court of Col
mon Pleas for said County and Stat
and to servo a copy of your answer
the said complaint on the subscribers
their oflice at Pickens C. H., S. C., wit
in twenty' days after the service thewe<
oxcelusive of the day of such service;sal
if you fail to answer the complaint wit
in tho time aforesaid, the plaintiff in i
action wvill appl,y to the Court for the
lief demanded in the compiaint.
Dated January 20t.h 1890.
san] J. M. ST EW ART, C. C. P.
EwTON A RoBINsoN, plaintiffs attorne:
To the defendants Rebecca Stewart a
Plesso tyke notice that the sumnc
and complaint in the above entitle acti
are filed in the office of the Clerk of I
rCouirt of Common Pleas for Pick<
County South Carolinia.
tNEWTON & ROBINSON,
r P'laintiffs Attorneys
.Dated yanuary 20th 1890.
jan. 28 wO
5TIIE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
hi County of Pickers.
n By J. B. Newberry, Esquire, Prol
0 Whereas, N. J1. Williams and J. P. 1
- inson mtaue suit to. me, to grant thcm
ters of a.Iminuistrationu of the estate of
effects of William Williams, deceased
These are therefore to cite and nudir
ish all and siPgular the kIndred and cr
tors of the said William Williams,
r. ,eased, that they be and atppear be
' me. inl the Co art of Probate, to be hel
"Pickens (I. U., S. C. on the 6th da;
February next, after publication her
is at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to sl
s, Cause, if any they have, why the said
mitistrat ioni tbhould not be granted.
Given under ,ny hand this the 17th
of January, Anno D)omini, 1890.
ill J. B. N E BERlY. J. P. P.
iSJ C. FITZGERAL
W-~ Over Westrauoreland Brothers:
~y. All wvork (done by the instantantar
10 process. Also make enlargements
old1 pictures to any size in wvater c<
E'crayon, India ink, oil and plain p
eI WANT I
ht TO RENT
I t1 well imprc,ved two horse far
ks- 1 good one-horse farm.
ty 1 well located farm with cotto>
re- and grist mill.
st- 1 dwelling in the town of Piel
vo 1 dwelling in the town of Ei
as My Taylor place, near Cr
Church; 134 acres and 2 settlert
ion My Chapman place; 5 settleri
to and 113 acres.
1 dwelling and two lots in th~
d a l#ge of Pickens.
rod I yokeO of Oxen.
nty An Al two -horse back and har
L as 4 medium sized mules.
hat I lot of fruit trees.
.500 assorted grape vineq.
C. L. HIOLINGSWOR'l
W6rk Each Y
The qualty of our 004
bring NEW CU
Every Energy wi
The BEST GOO
We solicit the trade of every bod
LiI - 0
8, This Ahnanack is glad to an-niounfce t
10friends and patronis tliuyt -it is better pre
at pared than ever to take good care of thenr
h- for another year, and all who Iihean nest
NfEsss, can rest assured that their interest:
id will be carefully l>oked after. They wil
hL- find mty stock always comp)lete, and th<
is (qualitics anid prices ai e as niear right a
e- they can be.
This Ahmanack is here to attend stricti:
to its own business, at least half the time
the other half will be devoted to lettin,
r8. other folks' afl aira severely alone. That'
ad the way we got our start and we want t.
hold our grip, and by fair dealing an'
,s hard work, we think we can.
on Everybody knlows tlgat I keep a generi
ls tock-almostt everythmng that any trad
edemands-and that I wish tio be fair an
areasonable with all, and it's nothing bm
fair anid right .that they ahould be so wit
me,. and I a glad to say that most of mi
friends and customers have been, and 1
one' apprciates this more -than I.
I wvill still continue to offer bargains
all kinds of winter goods. Je'ans, Shoe
Boots and Hamts. Call on mec when
, need. Respectfully,.
aW. T. McFALL
(ay 189 0._
from Clerk's Sale.
dos TATE OF SOUTH CRL
4f County of Pickens.
...In Common P1<
Henry L. Smith, Plaintiff,
Henry D. Rowland, Defendant
In pursuance of an order of force
ure issued in the above stated ensBE
mn. Hon. T. B. Fraser on 20th of
vember, 1889, I will sell to the hi
gnest bidder before the ~court hc
tens. door r,t Pickens O. H., on
sley.Sale Day in Febauary
next during the legal hours of
the following described real es
rmel to-t it:
ents. All that certain piece, parcel o1
icnts of land in the County and 8
aforesaid in the town of Central,
e vil- titining one-fourth (+) of an t
more or loss, bounded on Souti
G. B. Guntharpe, Nort by Johr
ness. Guyton and street on East ruin
North and South.
Terms cash on day of sale.
' caser to pay for papers and fo
cording the same.
J. M. STEWAR'lk,
Dar .for an Increase of Business.
DS, our PRICES and MANNER OF DEA
STOMERS and HOLD the' OLD ONES.
l be Bent this Year to Beat. the Recor
DS from the BEST MAR
TOCK OUR STORE.
propose to carry an nice assortment gf
ever. Special attention will be given to
[D BOYS' CLOTHING.
and Farming Tools in Abundar
Lt Prices below Competition.
y and refer you to your good neighbor who has traded wit
HAGOOD, BRUCE &
Between the politician and the statesman, there exists a di
that between policy and principle. Sometineg a politician ma;
oumstanoes, be forced into a statusman like attitude, even as poli
Ineides with principle; but the trite stalesman acts always from
duty and in the best interests of the country at large as well as c
on whom his place depends.
The negro colonization plan, just prescuted to Congress, 1y
senator of our own State, Senator Butler, is, we conceive, a wis
cent alike to both races concerned. Benelleent to the negro, be
under the most favorable conditions for independent support an
and to the white race by eliminating an element of past disK
The South at large, including South Carolina, suffers fre
norant husbandry. Too large an acreage is planted fyr the ci
necessary care; our farmers sow what they cannot properly
what nature, in spite of their neglect, still vouchsafes them.
By the'removal of the negroes, the number of laborers v
decreased. Fewer laborers would necessitate a more economica
the quality of the seeds planted would receive more attention;
cultivated; more would ho devoted to gass and paiturago and t
methods would ensue. With increased pasturage would con
live stock, thus producing a ste.-dy inerement of weAlth to the
Senator Butler's very excellent bill may not, becomo a IF
need not wait for that to make the improvinemnts herein sugg
BRO'S., they will find all kids of seeds for the most approve
table, flowers d. !ress, and at a slight expenditure of thoul
best may lu as easily townaq the poorest.
Greenville, S. C.
nieFIN ECLOT I
Gents' Furnishing Good
sGi Give us a trial. You will find it to your interest.
Dec. 19, mx2d6 Excelsior Clothing House,
Now 1s the tim to TZt your Christmas presents. Call or
bed-room sits. aror and kitchen fuitue I have a "plend
ste ads. etc. F. M. Morris at Pic kens, is muy a ent. (Call o'n I
-tory at Field.
CerT Good popllar lumber taken In e xchainge for fur niture.
los THE . 0PUL
Desiring to inake Moune chIlage4 ini el
ale, will offer Mpecial In.duiaesets for' OA
tate Thirty Days.
-lot We have sonie intore STOVEM whi
tat Close for Cash or ont tinae to good parti
o.If ye.. owe uas a red centt wve want yo
e ,,sttle at once, andE satve NSs tronblie anud
M. cedit, as we snanz to met le with. youn Is
ing yess owe u, an.ything atttend to It NO0
"THE CORNER STOi
~-:LEWIS -;- & -:> *N
""Money to loda on aw.
well 90ee1M p r.
Offleln C o t2ous.
1VxUA a Om3
LING Gre*nvile, 8 0. PI
Zia I ORR a ROGQ89
Attorneys at Law,
PICKENS O. 16
M. F. ANSr, 0. L. HoL.NGswo
d Solicitor 8th CircuIt. Pickens, 80.
B. A. MoxaAN,
Greenville, S& .
A1 & MORGAN
KETS Attorneys and Counselors
KET' at Law, -
PICKENS 0. H., S. 0.
Practice lu all the courts of the State,
and at tentIon given to all businew entrust.
ed to them. inrhl4-88(
MANSION HOUSE LAW OFF'
Home No. I West Street,
WELOOME, DAY on NirGK.
NIX & NIX,
GRicNVILLE, 8. C.
- Practice in all the courts of North.,
South Carolina. Ten per cent for colli
lug, without contracting for more or b
Gain the lostl *0'100 cents on the
collected for Ja. O'Cdnnor & Co.,
Knoxville. after five good lawyers had I
the claim without collecting a cent.
Ile who can and don't pay Is a dou
ce I thief. He steals-both lconfidence and mon
ice All the latest tortures of collecting appl
to such debtors. De not "too late.'
will cost you nothing to try us.
References: President Riamlin Beatt:
of the Greenville National Bank, and Pre
ident Ilaniniond, of the People's Ban
h us and PAID Greenville. janl6tf
c o 112 Main Street, GREENVILLE, 8. O
- mBW- Gas given. every Thursdays ant
Fridays, and teeth extracted without pal
Lip. D . FRANK sMITH,
Is now pennaneiltly located at Easley,
S. C., and respectfully offers his profes
yerence as wide as slenal services to the public generaly.
r, by press of ir- jan2tf
y occasionally co
irm conviction of I. J. P. CARLISLE,
f the constituency Dentist,
the distinguished GREENVILLE, S. 0.
e measure, benef- Offiee, over Westmoreland Bros. & Duke's
ause it places hi drug store. jaul'89y1
ord and strife and GREEXVILLE DENTAL CO.
mu careless and ig- W. M. NORWOOD, 1). T S., Manager.
Ops to receive the GREENVILLE, 8. C.
cultivate, and reap $5 for a set of teeth; 25 cents for (-x
.odbe l tracting teeth; 25 to 50 cents for cleaning
rould be materially teeth; 25 to 75 cents for silver fillin;$
I mode of farming; up ror gold fillings. You cntt get. :ette
less land would be work no matter how niuch you pay. Sina.
hus a revolution of it;,ve teeth filled without pain.
e a higher grade of 121 Main Street. nirh9.'38
tw, but our farmers
oste. .At SLOAN DEPOSIT YOUR M NEY
I varioti os of vege
ht and money, the -IN TnE
PEOPLE'S - ANI
- Greeunville, ..
FRAN K H AMMONID. President.
JAS. A. HOYT, Vic-Presiden
.1as. A. Hloyt, K '11. Fulenwider,
CS ,. Frank Haunond, W. M .1-good,
~ 1-H. F. Means 0.1 . M1fan
* .V. Poe, - Jas. L. Orr.
Trannsacts a Oeneral BankIng Busines
Deposits received, and careful attenti<
given to accounts out of 'the city. 3907
IING! Drug :. Store
CENTRAL, S. C.
Don't fail to call on Central's "West Em
IRumg Store when In town.
Il y FreMik Punre DrngN, Patent ani
i...LIJ Proprietary MedicIne4,
Greenville, s. C. DruggstM' sundries,
-. ~ Perfume ry,
AC 0 IT R tationary
Ictor, ' Ordlers solicted by mai'.
WEST END DRUG 8TORI
If you propose going WVet
or Northwest, to write i
lne. I represeunt the Shuo
Line. FR ED JD. BUShK,
919tf D. P. Ag't, Atianat.
CLARK & WILCOX,
~~, "* ~GREENVILLE, S. C.
d hi ftm sfn id Monumental -:- W orn
in,or me tat my fa- OIF EVERY DESQRIPTIO3
niov28t.f Statuary and Vaanes imported to on~
~ Wrought Iron Fencing, &c.
~~ MA NSIO0N-:mHOSI
r ilE MANSION HOU8E NA6, BI
R niewly ref4~tedl and excellently
ntishmed. It ia first-class ini all its app
Souh. itutedIn the healthiest
3R!euin, and ia one of the best hotels b,
most4 delightfnl city ini the count
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