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TaribL-11ro,ille do Georgin.
A corrspoldtL of the New York Xtiv,
writinig frot -Newbern,' Oeorgia giyes the
parlieklvs of a*"'toruad.o of unparalleled
fitry Gao wolum wa blown a, distance of
foke hundred yards t her houtie.was found
one1C huntrved yardi 'istatuce from the foun .
ld tat .:ipi hortiie, ta'tagnen118 of which
fell six mllilim distant. The writersav-:
The i-rlo st ruck t le eart Ih ii iwo c ol
umins-a little o the reair anit iitydIately
to the right and lefilol the l'v. J. L. K.
14mith's dwelli.ig-antid donverging to a point
correspondet to the conrsu* of - the two
eloutds betorc mentioned, jo-..ed theirT orces
trui itiy to jevenlty-five yards distant, and
then. with tiltel volu:te- stwept itiorthward
it o tie ta'tery of J:tmos. 'l. Robiison;
where, Art er' de:iif_lishkin1g t he- bark nill'ard
11:11t1hfl an -tI ti t'hug, it left the earth,.
14 LVin.' it foitt!'egn Me'A tI be known only
bY Sc.mtre.1 g4rmaont.-4 :i\niij brok.ena frag
tit -!is of wootit dlroppel muiles away. Thius
tthe Yhol m0lip :ti: at' its visible ravagies is
1a,;pr i'a'd wit n in kn.la'1.n tot execeeding I wo
iln yl:141elVards in widir and a Ill' nait ilk
Ie'lie irek 'ut its5 chier violenlee is
. 1 61 rtunc I * ar 'rj t ha11 ta this-. .
Scariely a tree is left s(tadi-jg. where it.
p:-ed-ctf tie 1'aik%n- ones, SYt11 lie lat
ry point at the colpafuvs -Tl' thet may
ib. tt riltiabte'lo. 1,lt genu rni-ush of tale
,is trom tha b lontlittarters -of tlia heav-i
o he W hi rl n e wards lB t ja. is t ot
ne'jPht' urse' '1 phtosohize i/A I I couldta
.. Xlcs., fe'o ie to 'a1y'how
, -.a it' tihis t:taperftct skezth hldtal
tO hev y of tle venerabaile Dr. Manas, I
h"pe it.. wit be conlsistanit bthi with his
pia-:t,tiro antl Ainveinienwe to fivor your am
io o s re iders with li views - ... .. - e
t-*1laIrkiablw and te:tr'ial plhenioetna of I tIe
winl.. lint. tie goneral I-lu'lh of winils was
n1 , tiat*, d --as eviblenice' by ile driflt or
iabers aall te b-Adies oP fhet dand. The
whiriling natin-e otlt' indtas is ia:nif'ested
by, tIe debris scaltenid lat. eoit.e hant td.
.--. to tle dtireet- farce of* the wind, I give
'Oe tie prvesenit, one notl!wVorIIa by intance :
.1 greena OAkenotiar,. aftea.r ileirg carried
st; ta.hr or fir hundrilted yards, was
- di-eta to tle ah1-pikth o seven ilanches ito the
Cift of la iwlhiteo.Ak, as it wit hi a miaIl sWIunag
wi i gian't power. Ita the intediate track
at th1te storml tie rainl felt in torreis, while
ouside of it, at least.for anlyedistaance, there
was bt litl.e, anil 11'.: q1nli-tl over w ich
tahe IlarI. of tl tort-i. i s.el is covered
Witi ritts, silh are atu.l to be' seen upon
t! o Iallks of' rituating sttrkams after great
tr-hbe's. 'These are tho prominent charaie.
a- t ie, ot bat: thte hrrituAle anld lormid a
l-'"I. ! a t h'i dto l'll" phla ieoaene oll of
1 ,"a. oiae nl.1 Ag ri.e.ael it tas haavinag
ean ttleded ly a lini n ppearanlice,
'. sau it, asSi",'a ia It di.t, with ,at
v out-bilding. a ltrout-h the entire
oa, theL toaild'. trointh thpoint of the
'aIai---ihi,anning wit hIt e b1arnt aand
ol, lt'-Iv. .r. 'jiltith aw s swept
t , 'lie of them to their very founda.
0o11. T ie j, i) true of feticing.' .1n
tep,re ttere- was a lane, file rails
morla It:ap'a promistimsmly betweenaa tle
1 , i . t Fr iefa dweliligs oe.pied by
fliailics, oly onla, that of l. J(oseplh
m' a's l auiiing: ro'if broke-in
and t:kat tlrel. ! or:si-le the m ain thru -
ilI. fil b11ot.te t lr. t.al nd a t wis itam.
gdbY lillhers. The btulilkding o0
-Ce h-d by% M.\ Mlo, 'wscarried awvay to
S - ti t. hion Wats lit erally- cargre l witia
- i o :imna%e'ys and thle tops of ,al
P :.e- ; yet, of tthe seVvI ina tie holls tat,
ti 14 wt, ail. e.at.apedi wiai life save one,
yoUl.:est sonl of 1i.s. Mlay .Jones-. )itk
Mos, J. Wy-att, J... ltly anot NNimey .opes,
bally i IAr, piartinlarly. lie first mubed.
t itge to say, a chill. fait Mrs Naney Jones
e' tl ed-from bnenth a talln tree, with
havdly a cratch. - The Kit elten wita ocoll
pied ly Burrel linford colored) Itanitd lis
Wifate i.a taanother woamanl Of these, Burrel
wam blown to a Jistance of fitty yarifas and
killed. is' wife was severely injured.
t10 wias cat-ed tw ire ina (lie aira, atil satys
.se iw fravnlltaua a f tiibear flying thiei
.4s lave YA a. inl all fatitiliatal gale.
Tho dw-dling of' ir. ,1ttie11'.4 1. IOnlgoln
er wI lifted 'rain its 'oud ati, tiraaea.
" aeaand- dashedlaa tao paieces. IIiimtself .aAd
'aif1ogvP'ere sever-ely' intjttted ; lit tle dautghtter'
it tte r'eaicep aa t ' r. J1. C - litaily suf'
f'-t'da nt,aaa boathI as to iaself' aarfd ina:nates.
'1 a. Itaily ba-iag funndaa den,a I at thei dia ilnee
at ia itta et1. aratas, aid htis wife at- thle dis
t.ve of't 1 taree tor lutart hundrea a-' yardsI Thlis
baaabllinag encoaunatred'-ahe ti ereest nasaut of'
ala <atrntaaan't s bte~tr eclated to
tepst its ttr'enga ah tan i olaer ot' the othaer
tatentt ionedca, baeing~ te w, ltargat, tpd builE ' of
t-avy.'f rnatoraitL.; titwas a feu ate. before' it.
,a iadwindp'.: bid s..were 0are
Se.awry, showers gai'gir fragaay:t(ts fall -
ttg -x tmiles tanda mtoreA di'itanat. Paten of its
he'aa- ieast tatmberks few 'aer.e lft nea.r its totr
anter site, iatay a a heact' 1aAiti thraowri to a
ditance of itauldreds a4 y:ardsl. One~ '
prarticuala'r, ta tpaun dajto sill, forty 0t 'ifty
tAeet Tong iand iaineO tweieO fryhVtsqegare,
rua,adsd above som.ae - bnailhagtt t96 -hunadrgd
y'ar'ds d IsatanC., arI fell,int ta.roet int a bro-.
ken,. shaatoerad cerfdait ion. A -*oasortable
suapposition is, thaat-thi iqlding, containing
its doonted o'cupante, wats lifted tup from its
aountdaili'ona ontir'e, atnd forn to frtagmienats
nas hanrraied on by'the wijirlinyg stoari. ;e
.X' AsToastin Rtot.-The Beltmore
4Cof nao maet' In ,hletjandrla yesterday,
a A pondett of .t at Eplti jaore G?azb'U
Co.dfero n 'in ilitaind,-.
ot yet caarr,y ot
to -the 'Botnth
d gtvei among
a (rfact is utietnla
7 ~.st:ed' frema the
epto ~.has Arst day ,of.the
Ci - t AMat(dria, to tte ef'e00 that
if' tha ~afo,anc, shogid re$olv. to unite
.with Iho Church.:Muttn,,y ah Wwdl -foi-fel* all
r'ight. to lIhe,churoh paqgrty whidh' ou
aabw alui- in Vilr e ap - elsewher',. t
it'yout oa,ttfafte tWmaintain your p
spargiadireportdin pohit i-on, that, It
.':1 -tua lk. i.,, rm..,l t Ia.
Saturday. Morning, February 17, 1866.
T. P. ATA.in, Esq., is the sole
a geit foi this paper in Charleston, S. p
'We have received a n.w and large
supply of paper suit.able to job printing
of all .descriptions.
See the fine inducements offered by
J. It. I'copst, Agent.
Or. i;aglev is ready td put the Tdeth
in mast iting condition. See his card.
Svo the chance for making Fifty Dol.
Ketchin, McMaster & Co., have a
desirable consignment on hands. See
The Abbe rille (S: 0.)Prss of the
10th instait speaks as follows of the la
bor'tn( crop progtects in that district
"With rekard to the coniing, crop, and
the reliability of the force necessary to
prdie it-negrogor-opinions differ
wit'h the . tempehment 9f individuals.
As a general rule the young are hope.
ful. nay confident ; ti old are despond.
ent-perhaps too much so. But wheth.
er reliable or not, negro labor is certain.
ly in great deiand. 'Parties from Ar.
kansas and Tennessee have been in our
village during the past two weeks offer
ing the greatest inducements.in Adh way
of high wages t- freedmen to emigrate
to those States-in some case4paying
as much as fifteen dollars per month
with food, and clothing. As a conse'
quence great numbers have been iiduc.
Ato g.There has hence been a re
dtiction in the home supply, and other
causes have oontributed to the same re
stilt, at the same time that -the demand
has incfensed! Fbmale-abor- has, in a
great menasire, been withdrawn from
agricultural operations, whilst a large
111mnUr of the males are now employed
by small farmers,'who relied upon their
own labor to nke'a crop. As a gene.
ral rule, the blacks have, -with com
inendahie spirit, made contracts and
gone to work. Whether they ..will ad.
here to them remains to be seen. One
gromid of apprehension as to their re
liability seems to have arisen from the
e!fbrts, whiIl have been made in cer.
tain 'quarters, to induce tLiewt tQ leave
the service of their employers.und& the
stimulus of higher, wages. S'uch efforts
should be severely. punished. Thee
seems to be a-goneral disposition among
dur citizens to give negro 'Iabor a fair
trial. . Widv us the experiment is inide
tinder auspicious circumstances, and, if
u1nsuccessfil, the question is settled, and
the fate of the negrosealed forever. He
dan only.rise in 1h 'scale of being with
Nhe aid of the white 'man, and is incap's.
blo,of estltbishmg an independent civiW
Fanline Appiece ded.
Thie Auigus'ta ~Constiiutionalists fears
that the high price fo,r cotton will cause
thme planters to neglect other crops, and
gravely speculates ump'on thd probability
of a fapline in 1867. It says:
~Ianmy of' ouF plantters, if' not the great.
er portion, allured by the high prices of
cotton, are about to give their chieV at.
te'mion, to the culture of this staple ig.
norng, to a consderable degree or
whllthe productions of cereals. We
cannot btdeem this course unwise. It
will not dlo, in the experinlentol'- era in
which we find ouseolves, to count too
confidently upon a certain yield of cot
ton. f Iany conditions conspire to brinig
success in this kind of culture, and many
copspire to insure disastrous failure.
Labor may be delinquent when most
iiperative, vis .when the grass is rahk
ini the field--and then the crop is doom
ed. .The seasotns may niot he propitiousi,
aq~d worms may sally forth hike guerril
as, blighting whatever they touch. It
is just as well to prepare aginst any
evil, contingency, rather than take .a
gambler's hasard 'of fortuitous result.
We are strongly of the opinion .thht
while a due, portion of each planter's
land shbuld lie given to cotton, that an
equally judicious apportiontment should
bfor corn, 'If but a small
is raised' in 'the South, we
hn patial famis. In
j.hpend pn.the Wesst
bang. far thei* eotos,
but should the ootowu crop be short, how
shall they be enabled to purchase bread
stuffs I Spcculators contol the corn as
well as other nmrktt% and we'need not
hope for suc(.;or from them any further
than cur aUity to pay. Miserable-in,
deed, Vtll be our estate ir such be the
case, anA the very wretche4ness of tius
conditior. willabe aggravated by the te
filection that we will have unone to blaine
but our grasping selves. Fervently did
we pray that such a consummation will
never come, but ita very possibility
should make us wise in time for prepark.
tiun. We are in a bad streak of luck,.
.and famine may be in the calender'of
our future trials, if we do -not heek We
call upon our worthy plalters to ponder
this suggestion;-and-act upon it, if it be
deservingof- consideration. We know
that nany of them hold similar opinions,
and- trust-. that all will be guided by a
spirit of justice--justice to themselves
and justice to those dependent on them
Another Fenlan Prolamatlon,
CIrZEN 80LDIEnS -Agaf we address
you on the importance of the coming strig'
gle. To urge upon you the necessity of
prudence we shall A.ot do, as your -past con
duct proves yot to be men of prudence and
discretion. But we shall urge the necessi
Ay of earnest pr6paration. Let all true
Irishmen understand each other. In a
country where it Is treason to have a rifle
It.s necessary for you to put your weapons
in concealment until 'the day of action.
That grand work of liberation shall soon
begin. Soon shall our country have an ar
my of citizen soldiers 1 soon shall the sun
burst upon our hills. Our perfidious ene.
my, aware of the power with which she
will have to cope, is making'every prepara
tion. She is fortifying her strongholds,
barring her prisons, srming her loys, sub
Jects, among the restV 4Orangemen." She
.s sending Eng%sh aWd Scotch troops to outf
country. But her stougholds shall give
way; her prisom doon shall be opened;.
her arms and her trooom becomi an Instru.
ment lagainst herself. . She has to ontend
against that mightest'of powers-the out
raged but. almighty people. Tho perjured
.press, in their fear, thunder out.against us.
They, and all Irish fbes, will soon have
cause to regret the da* they worked against
their country. We c upon all classes of
our countrymen, no foatter what creed they
profess, to stand forth and be ready to aid
in the liberation of Ireland. Ours is no
party . causo. . We embrace Protestants,
Catholic. Dissenters, and all who love Ire -
land. For Ireland 'a kepublie-for Ireland
in freedom' we work-o-a band of patriots,
bound together by all the ties of unity and
patriotfam, pledged one another In the
-sacred. cause of libeAy. May *e ere long
commence that gloriou# struggle, for the
accomplithment of wh1oh so many have
sacrinoed their lives on the scaffold and in
-the field. Let all true men hold them'ilVes
it readiness. We advise sobriety, prepara
tion, and readiness Remember Emmet;
think of your imprisoned countrymen.
By order of 1b
TnU VIOTLA11 Co vIT1n.
December 20. God Save the people I
GRANT'S PASS TO THE GAL.ANt
Mo8ny.-Some small fry officials hate
been bothering Mosby lately. arresting
him and watting to know whether he
was worth $20,000, -etc., *hereupon
General Grant. sent him the following
Arimms OF THE U. S.
WASHINGTOVN, D. C., Feb. 2, 1866.
John S. Moahv, lately of the Southern
Army, will hereafter be exempt from
atrrest by military autthorities, except for
-iolation of his parole, tunless directed by
the President of the United States,
Secretary of War or from these head
H-is parole wvill authorize him to trav
el freely within the Statei of Virginia,
and as no obtacie has beeni thrown in
the way of paroled offieers And men
from pursuing . their civil ptursuits' or
traveling o'ut of their States. the samtie
privileges will be extend to J.'S. Mosby
tunlests oterwise directed by competent
authority. . U. S. GnANT,
Trn WANT o? MAct, FacOI.:?:ss.-No.in
convenience, under phich our people now
labor, is more severely felt than the want
mail facilities. The.entire country, remote
from railroads, is entirely without accom
modation in -this aticular, and, conse
quently, besides bedeprived er the ad
vantages and comfetts of private corres
pondence, living as it were, in "ou ter dark
ness," with we (e.rence to the prevailing' au
thorities and t.he political. movements of
.We can scarcely believe thiat the- Govern
ment at Washington Intends to continue to
affict us thus. And yet it would seem that
the prospect of relief, in this partiepar is
osceedingly remote. Bythe astion 5f Von.
gres, P6 Mater an aliContractors,
befre being permitted to eater the service
of the Governaneut, ere requred, to- take an
oath, which no living whit. man of this
country can subscribe to, without 'cmi.
thgperuu. If it be Ihefgned pclley noter
to.perml8out6era nea to discharge thioso,
funetions of oee in thIse' evra sountry,
wcan see no- rewha Other, not thtus
'WASHINGTON, Feb. 10, 1866
Housi.-Mr. Ward, of Ne*' 'Prk,
made a speech, arguing that - there wi
no power in tha South to reorsehtsok
ereignty Toehav4 a, 'ight to4orftpel
obedience to the 'gQernnJev -Y no as
Mr. Lincoln said, a few days-bkbre his
assassination, that those Stattra were vit
of their- practical relations to the gov.
ernment, they tre still-out, and Phe task
was with Congress to bring them back
and t* ab reconstrodt the Union is to se
dute Uyni6n witht'lJower.
Mr. Delano, - of Ohio, examined the
donditloh of the States lately in rebel.
loti. On its solution depended our
present happiness and the. future exis
tence of.the 'nation. . lXe believed the
States of the Sollth are still States, with
the right of local and dom6stic legisla
tion ; yet kie did not believe they were
so united for Union 'as to demand thq
right of the admission of their mqmbirs.
He combatted the heresy, as he called
it, that.the Southern States are dead.
Mr. Williams of Pennsylvania, re.
viewed the' past course of Congress
with regard to *the Southern States.
He said that as far as armed teststanco
was concerned, the war was at an ei)d.
The combination which defied' this
government now lay helpless, and their.
country a ruin at oyr feet-"he would
not say* deprived of civil governments,
but certainly without the old organism
of their relations to the Union. The
territory must pass bider the law.of the
conquero4 The inf ence,* .then, was,
that the military pow r. onl remaips to
hold ohe territory.to our authority..
The-SupremE Executive, Who ip coni.
mander-in-Chief 6f the army and' navy,
feeling'thatthey -ere. not itt a condi.
tion to. be trustea with civil powl-r, after
emergin' from the rebelli6n, and'with.
out *aiting for the assembling of the
representatives of.the peoplej proceeded
to appoint his lieutenants and prv-con!
sitls, pth tha. aid oS' the army, under
the arbittary odie known as martial
law. ' -
These States have*ceased ,to-be tnem
hers of the Union, and' haye passed ino
the condition *f TetritorIes.. If they
were States within t%e mearijng of the
Constitution, then it w'dqld have been
necessary for, the Execitive to with,
draw the army, and they.woald then
have resumed all their former rights
There could be. no States without -ciAl
He deprecated the Presi4en' procla
mation for the r#itoration of these
States,* because it contained a fallacious
dodtrine, which found favor among the
disaffecteiof the North and the rebels of
the Sohth. . It *as dot sound in princi
ple that these Statea nevet ceased to he
States df -the. Uhien.-' This' was the
theory of- every traitor: North and
In f1irther conlemilation-of the Presi
,lent, he said the latter -preferi.to treat
.rebela oino sh terms as a conquefor
agreeable, to . himself. +afle (Mr. 'Wil.
liams) -could'not'corisent toiny such .ar.
rangemeqt upecting a qi*eltion which
should not be withdrawn from' the peo
ple f ther loyal States:'It should not
be settled 4y *thb decisio4 of one or-sev.
En men. .Tkis House svere " t.Lre to
'register the edicts gf the. Vxqaitive, and
t,ben inquir1 whethr the methrs
fro~m the South have complied tri'i the
measures prescribed, it was in 't.his
'hall only that * A mericaif libe'rty :can
live. to- x
On heresults of t5e Presilient'se.
perimnent the~ greait,Site of Pennsylva
lhed given no uncwertain soend ; and'-it'
was the duty of the peoplds RepresEa
tatives to resist to thei utmost.- te#rfen
croachment uipon their pow.#r, come
frohi what quiart$r it rigiht Thef
shiould consider t he question' *ithinot
prejudice, without, reference to 'the fact!
that the President has a thieory'hpon'lhe
subject. . .
In the course of his remarks,'w)hih
were prolonged about two hours, hb
said that the word Wrestoration" was
used on the return'of the 8tuaAds, and
expressed the hope that it was not. omi.
nouts as the future.
The House, at 6 o'clpeke, -adjoursed.
Tnz HEALra o? P~2itDeTes Joud.
soN.-'-The editor of the Lo iile Jour,.
nal, alluding to a recent t~oview *ith
the President, says: .- xpected to
find the' President Wrf,. and worn,
and haggard. Neve *ere we so much
mistaken. He was ~Ia, the Anest -and
most vigorouas healJ( hi. face as- fresh as
in earliest mnanh' , would hee
been evident toi as~ one, teeing es we
sow him, that bei4 a tm, resolute, self,
poised mani nt~ as but pot vainly
nor arroga~ .ongdent on his own
strength. ,*1 is likE hig fathe
andtbfatl. f M
.WASHINGTON, ... -te ttS,
Sefate to-dAy Senator Wilson, of Mass.,
CO6A ofr the 'Otary -C4vfidAtte6,
fishinit di!he omuf, wi:u arenmenis;
it Uomito the .VeAran teserve 'Corps,
consisting -f eigfitisn reiments' which
wee'.pr6videa fd origjQy. - The dis.
ctssion was th4n fesunled on th'e consti.
tutional amndment a's rvgards represen.
In the United States House of Repre-:
sentatives, Mr. Binghani, from the Com
mittee on iRecontrution, reported ani
anen,lment 9,tle Corstittition, to be
submitted to the fState Legilatures for
k:atification*the Congress shall have full
power to makpll laws which shal be
nece.ssary to secure. to the citizens in
each'State all the privileges a'nd imqlu.
nities-of citizens in the deyeralitAtes,'
and to secure to all per6ons in the sever
al States prote'ctidn to:life, liberty and
prb erty. It was recommitted.
From South America.
NEw YORK, Feb. 10.-The Tribene's
Panama correspondent says the torp'e.
does and other infernal inachinery, for'
tEe destruction of the Spanish fleet, has
arrived at Callos. It w3s purchased in
-New York by the agent of the Chilian,
*Government, who passed through Pana
ma, on his return, about a fortnight ago.
Catesby Jones, late of the- Confeder.
ate Navy passed through Pnama en
route for Chili, where he is to have a -
commission in the Chilian Navy.e
The correspondents of the ifera&f bays'
the four iron-clads that wol leave Eng
land,-beforW the declaration of war reach-1
es thert, will either attack Cubaort
carry war to the ports of Spain'and UtP
tempt the destruction of the aval e.
senal at Fmrro.
LouiSvILL., Kir.,. Feb.. 13.-Tis
executiort 'ot Derry, the ode armedI
guerrilla, for commit ting elevenseparate
murders, is fxed.to take jUtce on th
3rd of Marcl). * .
GAvs8TrO,. tEXAS,.Feb4 l'5.-The
market is overstocked with goodi and.
they are being re-ship'pe&ko- IJev York.
.It is reported that thre-,offi'ers of the
9th colored Iregapent, .weye aemauittated.,
. , C 00mer -il.
NXw YoRn, February 73.-Cottem
firm at 45c. per lb. Gold 38f..'
Jnst before daybreak ou the morning -
of the 7th instant, says the Dirlington,
New -E$w, the alarm of fire was given;
and"thae frightenbd inhabitants of the.
town, roused by the unusual sotynd, rose
to witness the'lurid glare of the flamn.
ihwere fast. demolishting the jail..
N9 -dftfihite information ast to the origin
of the fire has been given. Quite a
ninr' of prisoners -were incaicerated
be n.rceiving ainy injury from.the
i.re. .The enlagration ia a niisfurtune
\ftl'th DisArioc in the preser t lIow state
?fits ea ttgp. V~ PR.
WVashingbon#his aeWot tiie 86hb ait-, states
t hat NIe.u 1Wells, twlelI.and flays, who
Weg a neiomnte tu- revise the
p evenqe system. 1i4e made a re.
-p t, wfllh has teelr aipproved by the See
rota'y'o~f the 'resury and laid before Con
grees. 'Arnong the seoommetldaioenus ean~
tained in the report ardihe followig:
A tax of Avepett aj.und on raw eotton.
A red4et(on of %letasge whiskey to one
A rdieon- of the number of arlieles.
cuo which see slali-be leIdi and a grade
dually 'amt bnrdeu pe a- few bram-.
The eav f all tafrom, maufae-..
lured atios Ihtig ' -
'The ex apeio6 of all-laeomes bpoV one,
theysand dollars I Pad tg~5hunAed dol-.
lar sat b,ee~ h;pt Ire per
sent on all ip1nabl
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