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VOL. VI.- WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1870. [NO. 2
\vEDNE-UAY, NvinR2:3, 1870t
The 'Senate met at 12 o'clock, and
Was called to order by the President
Several newly-elected Senators
ippeared at the President's desk pre
ented their credontiali, and werd
A committee was appointed to act
with acommittee of fite Iose and
wait upon the newly-eIeted Governor
and Lieutenant-Governor, and inquire
when it would suit their convenicnuo
to be inaugurated.
On moti'n, the Sernte concurred In
the reholition of the House to attend
the inauguration of the Governor and
Lieitenant-Governor, on Monday, at
1 o'l ek.
On mootion, the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF E ItECSI ENTAT'lV10S.
The Ifonso was called to order by
the Speiaker at 12 in.
The Clork called the roll, and the
Speaker aiiounceil a gntorui peseit
ah the iHouse re..dv for butsinie s.
Iv. Barney 11tmphreys was
'requested to open t to proceedings
The Clerk rend tc journal of yes
terday. Severul newly-elected inen
hecarm'e forward ?nd! wre quali
The speiker nnn-ineed that he
had appointed Winl. A. HIayne Read
in " Clelik of the I.lltse.
Siitos noved that a proper mies
sige be setit to th Stnale, regnieting
thei to atte'rd at the bar of th.e
House, in order thbt the result of the
late election for Gvernior arnd LiNl.
teniant-Go11ve.rnor may be published ii
the presencee of bohi Hlonss.
O Inoiou, the uiessnage was laid
on the table for further ra.ion.
ulwnan, mecmbor elect from Spar
tiinburg, rippeared at the Speaker's
stand ant1 was qualified.
On tiont of Whipper, the House
took a re ce for fifteen minutes.
The iu o was again called to or
der by the Speaker.
At 1 o'clock, nihe Sniate appeare.
ut the bar of the IHouse.
The Speaker read the official re
turns from the Secretary of State of
the resnilt of the late olection for GJov
erntor and 1.icutennt-Governor. The
result 'of the Cleotipi is as follows
Scott 85,0)71 Cat" ter 51,537.
The Speaker aitr ufiiinced that R. K.
Soutt, having received a majority of
the votes eabt, was duly elected G uv
The Speaker nniiounced the joint
- ineention dixsolved, ithaving finish
ed the business assigned to it by the
On mot ion, the following resolution
was adopted :
RasolvCo, That when this House
ndjourns, it bo to meet on Monday
next at 12 o'clock In.
The committees appointed to wait
upon the Governor and Lieutenant
Governor elect, reported that they
had done so, and the Governor and
Lieutenant-Govornor elect had in
formed them that they would be
pleased to wait upon tho Houses, for
the purpose of being inaugurated
on Monday next, at 1 P. M.
On motion, a committee was ap
pointed to reqgnest the Senate to take
part with the H-ouse in the inaugura
tion of Governor and Lieutenant-Gov
ernor at that time.
.On motion of Whipper, the follow
ing concurrent resolution was adopt.
Resolved, That a committee be ap
pointed of five on the part of tbe
House and-on the part of the
Senate, to investigate the affairs on
the Blue Ridge Rail road Company,
with power to send for persons and
Ot nmolion of Whipper, the follow
ing .yesolution was adopted :That
Rlol 9 of the House, which prohibits
the Speaker fronm taking part in the
debates of' the House, bie suspended
(luring the romnander of this session.
On maotion of Whipper the House
adjourned at five minutes before 2
O'clocek , to moet on Monday next, at
12 m. -- -
GEtrNRA. LEE's KnNDNass AND
LnnEniAry.-Biographo~ltrs and newspa
per abituar'y writ eta have united in as
eribing to (Jon. Robert E. Lee the
best gualities of heart and mind.
A Cincinniatti paper relates the fol
lowintg anecdote of the deceased, which
does himi honor :"Oneo day last Au
tuttij the wi iter saw Glen. Laeo stand
inig ill his gate tailking pleasantly to
an htumbly clad riani, whno see ned
very mruch pleased at thocordial courte
sy of the ga cat chtieftatin, and turned
ofif, evidently delighted as we eamae utp.
After exchtantging the salutations, the
Greneral satid, potinting to the reheat ing
fortt, "'hat is one of' our old soldiers
who is in n(oeniton~s oiroumnstances.'
Itook It for granted that it was "sone
veteran Confederate, whoa 'lge upble
btoarted chieftain quietly added, 'He
fought otn the other sIde, but we ma't
not think of that.' I afterwards as
certa ined-not from Gen. Lede, for 'he
never alluded to lisa charities-that
he had not only spoken kindly to- tbis
'old soldier' who had 'fought. on the
other aiden' but had ent. Eiq on .his
We hotld Raise More Stock in the
One of the greatest defects of the r
fariniiig practice of the Sotith is want t
of attention to stock of ill kinds. Ott o
many places well asdapted to the raising ,
of cattle, sheep, hogs, ani horses, the d
farm work is done by mules, obtilned r
from abroad I the lnborers are red on t
pork produced in the West, the butter 'I
tised bV the fami'y comes froit the e
grocer, the cattle and sheep are poor, ill n
fed and neglected, and the hogs few and e
unthrifty in comparison with what they b
should be. M
Our farmers should understii that. st
the great reliance for the improvement h
of the soil ii upon the stock of the ftrin. e
Without stock a sulficint supply of d
domestic natires caniot he maide, and a
the farm will inevitably decline in b
ferility until its cult ivation cIases to be F
profitahln, Moreover the ftrmer who Z
tries it w ill find i hat it is more profitable cC
to turn his surplus grain and roots into d
beel, pork, mntion, butter, and a cotpions ri
4upply of valunbl home mado mnanur*e, ti
Lhan to send it off to market at a heav V m
spei-se for trtnsporta tion. These b
remiarks are more especially anplicabli ai
it our uplands of nooderate fertilty. il
iN rich allivial lands and swam ps it
grain is nde in auflicient quantities to fi
ustify its stle. And in the interior e
wheat o improved lou 4k ponerally a
good farming crop. Our fartners gene ii
rally accept the principle that it is not ti
profitable to raise corit for market on d
their nylands, bit they do not inquire tI
Ruffici(ittly into I lie question whether on ti
eich lands grain may not be profitably I
raised for stiock. b
in Europe they keep large herde and 1
Tocks, by means of their tine meadows
iti past ures, and by raising large quati
ies of rooti, for winter feeding. By
bi< ineiins, they not only have II
im-'st m1nt, but, milk, and cheese, and el
wool ; and raise manure enough, to ke ap ti
,heir lands tip to the hilihest, point ol' 3,
productiveness. We night. adopt their N
vstem here, witL- some modificatioi, it
with great advantage. Tatere are no
.etter natural pastures in the union', S
,han may be fonid in the mountattis
listrict of the South, as well as those be
ow title water, in thile eastern parts. b
As our winters are short, it will re
pure comp-iratively a small area, to be
datited in roots. and clover, and other
D a Sea, to support a large stock.
The mauire raised instead of being e
aipplied to grAiii crops, as in the old C
oiuntrics and in the Northern States, in
where the system has been adopted to b
iotne extent should here be applied to cc
:otton. I know fromn my own expe
rience, that even under the old system, g
where the stock are allowed to run in a
the woods, during summer, und are d
Bparingly fed duriig winter, with the
Laf'al of the grain crops, sufficient ma
iaure can be raised per heed to make a
rotir hundred poind bale of cotton. If st
Lty wete provided -ith good summer a
atures and with plenty of hay, and hi
mriips during the winter, thei quantit.y
> manure would L>o incalcildiy in
.reased, and its quality much enhanc.
The more roots crops, there would be
.he more etock ; the more stock, the
more manure ; the more manure the
nuore cotton,. Under ikis system, we
might mako as mitch more cott.on as we
o,-on oe-thid of tIhe land, save the G
money paid lor iertilizars, and stipply 0
aiurselves with an abundance of fat beef
rind mutton, milk and but ter, articles a
tht arie extremely rare, even on the
tables of our wealthiest farmers-the ~
more shame to the:mi it is so. SI
But the only way our Ifarmeirs cati be L
nduced to keep a large stock (if cattle, L
is to convince them that-they can makea
meo cotton thereby, and 'at less cost.
No systenm will be adopted by them
that does not, revolve around 'this
There is now an awakening amongg
he agrictnhirista of' time South to the
necessity of improving the breeds cf'
their domestic animals. Almost, any
person of proper qtualifneations who will "i
undeitrtatke the businoss of raising uani- i
mits of improved breeds. will fand it a ,0
pronitable business. Such aninals are
beting conistatitly brought south ward tnt '
great. expense amid with some risk, on t
recount of change of climate, food etc. It
A trader at theu South posse mainy P
rnd obviotus advantagos, which may be tI
mmmed up'in one seintance. fHu has the oh
market at hisi door. b,
The raising of flne horses is a butsiness IY
which may be pronitabily followdd in n~
tome portions---American Slack Jour.
A TALKING NIAOHINiC.-All LoqndoD, tI
mt least all sighit seeing Lomndon, hisa ,o
beenm natoiiished amnd delighted by a p.
Talking Machine, wlmhich distinctly ar- oj
tctulatesa in English, F'r'nch ands Ger. o'
man ; and also lusses and langh~s qutige ea
pt~r fectly. The miachine is manipulated C
oy a lady, but we do not unaderstatid of
thitt it may not also be 'worked by a t.1
man, should no lady be, fotund for ilhe ft
service. Ogr heart's d(esire is thatJel a
Mnchine Minp may i)h, brought to .Ahis
country, regularly -naturalized, and the~n
elected to Congreus. At any .rate, 4j
lhe, might h1 eNrchuased by the Gove~p- g
ment, sot up in shie House of Rlepresen- a
tatives, gnd tnde,tgnder th~e ingers ,of n
thus Clerk or .rgeant-at.arms, tote pyl 0
nounco the speeches whmiqh honorable h
members sandl to the9 Globe. and whicht
The story of the capture of Orleans
iande like a pago from the history of' p
te Cr usadus. The 11" etci, dest itute
f artillery and feat fully outnumbered
ore forced to defen'd the city by its
ividual bravery, and made tho vi .to.
y a dear one to the Germans. Duiring I
le night before the .msault little
snake partice' were organzod to
reop out through the long grass and
acet the i'rusians cra wling in. A -ti
very now and then the silence was
roken by a sharp, hissin ery ks sia Ito
et snake in the underwoud,ond the "
inlgs, inl the sha.pe of the long
unting.knifces carried on these
peditionis, went to work. Next
ly, it being evident that the town t
ust fall, it was decided to ,ave the a
alk of the army by retreat, while the ii
oreigu Legion and the Pontifical p
ouaves engaged the Prusians and
ivered the retreat. And nobly they t
id it. The l'russians artillery
Lined missiles of deati upon them,
11 they judged them broken, and V
saulted en inasse,only to be driven
ick in ruin. Four times did they
ct repulse, tut ou tli firth asattilt s
at a shut was fired aginuast their heavy V
asses as they deployed in the open I
A1d1, but as' they swarmeed inmto BAni. a
1 and into the railway Station aboit t
hu?dred andl fifty; ;La.ly creatar
the military garb rose up to nect
om in tle lonaged for etllbrace of
-ath. is loans was won. Ht of
5so 150 menu, ut 60 eSe' ped to tell t
i tale of how it was defenh id. Of r
500 of he FareigLei.,n, 36 Canse
.ek to B:.wis and of' 370 Zsuaves, but
r left the fled ulive. C
BUTTFR FROM MIl.K oF Di-FitrNT
ows.-The questions whIther the
euma fron the milk of onc coW v
kangias to butter more easily than
at frot the iilk of others, was re- e
ntly asked by a corre-).indent of the g
ow York 1irmers' Club. In reply e
was said that it was undoubtedly p
, and that the milk of some cows 'T
as unsuited to prod nec buttor, or g
'en to fatten a calf, and required k
itch ehurniig to obtain what little
Atter it contained. Mr. 8. J. Sh-irp
ss, of Philadelphia, who makes the
lendid butter for which the Cutit i- t
wtal Hotel is fame Ifinds that no two 11
iws ale alike in the tine when their tl
can turns to butter. ITe ls
iurned the cream of two goad cows P
'the same moss. One would turn to It
atter first. lIe tok that out and a
mntinued to churn, and a second batch i
butter was the result. He issati
-d that butter is oftet thrown f
way in buttermilk when the milk of I
ifferent cow.s is churned together,
id says the best way is to churn
ich cow's milk by itself till the char
teristics of her imak are well uder
00d. When lie would Make a prizo i
tiele and get the bes:t returns from t
is da iry lie uses the old-fashioinedt up- ,
id-down churn, and takes tlhe cream
om one cow only at a time,
A PPA.LIto CAT AsTatorna. -An !
)palling catastrophe took place on
te night, of Friday last, at a point
>Out. one mjile below Enstman's on
o Macon and Brunswick Riailroad,
oorgia. On Saturday inorninog two
thet employees of a saw mill ini thleP
ainity (colored men) were mtissinig,
da search was maade for them,
hichl resulted in finding thae cabin, in ~
hieh they resided, a little heap of
noking ruins and oin further search
to terrible fact became matnifest
ant they lhad perished in the ilS mes t
d not they alonte, but two womien
id three children, all colored. Th~e
arml being raised, guite a crowd
om tho section gathered, and in the I
tornoon -the co rotner Wau on the
otnd and a jury organizod. .f
A most dreadful accident happented t
a reporter of' the New York 00om
ercial Advertiser a few days ego.i
e was proceeditg to give the result
the Righlt-mneyer trial, near Tfroy,
hen all of a sudden he ran into the
mrb to wink. T1iie reporter was not it
-sto lass infleotor, and, horrible to re
to, before lie could lbe rescued, he 0
3rpetrated the following :'"Somef of
10 preacher's friends claim that thle
aargesi were trumped up against-hi m
i his personal enemies, anal that, ltho
ink he was said to have waik he d~id
The noble red men do not indulge
protulberanit mniddlo names, but
ey mao upfor this in theQ delic1y
thi ecgoens. A nuticeable p
Illative in the aboriginial cattle
nue is that of Sitting Bull, a chief '
It West whose ,overcoat has been !#
ptured by .the whites. 4 Siquix *
ity paper describes the garments as
barbaric splendor, and remarks l'
at it Is theo handiwork of 8.Bs
vorite. daughlter, Reqlinaing .Iloif- 0
Tn counties surrounding iAlexan. ~
ria, Virginia a great many lnimi- ~
rants have lately purohasod land, ~
dare malking w~onderftl. Improve
ents. The tido. pf, humigration
,atinues, Among the persons yho
areo lstely purobased land and sot. I
ed In the vicinity are nuiptboaefront p
"on a1 damp cotton, or it will not
lia Texai many stock-raiters tre
olling ofi 1o go inito crops.
FaHl oat's are geneially sown too
ate; the crop ha a va uable one and
-orth the best attention.
Selected cotton-seed should be
owi at leaAt two hundred vards froui
ho cot ilaion, or the two will mix.
Wailk ove'r yoir cotton fields, and
elect seed from ahort branches
rowdtd with holls, and you will have
1uperior yield from it riecL t year.
Already this 'setason facts hhow
te value of mixed crops over cotton
lone. Growing all cot ton and buy
ig provi.)>ns, hay anaad corn, will not
ay these times.
The Souitlhcrnm Cultivator 6says that
to best way of gettlig the negr'es to
ork well in cott-min picking, is to
ive a plug of tobacco or free cuffee in
to morning, to those who work best.
Select from each cotton field the
?ed you want for t he next ybar, front
to plants that bear bt at and earliest.
a thais w.iy, in a few years, an early
Ad proliti (trap nity be insured. Do
te satme with eurn.
Inquirers are enaiing upon those
ho aire experiaamentinag up an cotton
)pp)ing, to go to the bottom of the
lb.ject aand ascertain when is the right
aie to top-soieo say as earlV as the
rot of July.
A little harley should be grown for
Arly prin:; grauzing. Plow for them
lonotgbl y , and manure profu.sely.
C is hardir thnt haaley, but the
Atter is mulh ruperior aid is keenly
lished by the stock.
Southern planters are invitedl to
iitler how it is that attempts at
ratui culture ire a failure, yet other
*op. are autually lust from the ia
osibility of hceping down the grass.
'hose who will "put, this and that to
Ather'' aiy Ilud out someLhing worth
SFcr.T Or hIrN A LWAYS EASY.
Al Italian bi.h p havinig rtruggled
rough grent diliculties without com
Lailaing, am~l mer, with much opposi
ol in the discharge of his duties
ithout havinig betrayed tho least tim
utienace tiln ,intimate friend, who
ighl) admired his virtue, one day
iked the prelato if he couild tell him
1e secret of beinag always e-sy.
'Yev.' replied he, 'I can teach you
ay secret, and will do it, very readily.
consists inl nothing more tian mrak
ig great use of my eyes.'
His friend begged him to explain.
'Mo.,t willingly.' said the bishop.
in whatever state I am, I ilast Uf all
1Ok up to Heaven, and rememnber
iat im! principal business here i., to
et there. I then look down upon
o oarth, and call to inind the space
shall thortly occupy in it. I then
tok abroad into the world, and ob.
erve what multitudes there are who
,i ill respects havo more cause to be
nhapyy than myself. Thus I learn
'here true happiness is placed, where
I our cares must end, al how very
.ttle reason I have to repine or comn
Tt IJAUOlt OF A WoMAN.--A 1w0
an has no natural gift more bewitch
mg thani a sweet laugh. It is like the
aaad cf fluites on the water. It leaps
rom her ini a cleur, sparklIinag ril I ; and
he hecart that. baea it feels fas if bathi
d ini a cool, exhilarating spring.
[ave you ever pursued aan unseen
igitive tharouh Laces, led -otin--by a
Airy laugh-now lhere, now there,
ow lo't, now found ?1 We have.;
aid wo aare pursuring thaat wandering
oien to thin tday.' Someotlimes It coanjs
> us in the 'midst, ofeare, or' sorrow,
r irksaome busine~ss,aand thena we-turn
way and listen, and hear it ringing
arough the room like a silvor hell,
'ith power to scare away the evil
airit~s of the minud. Ho.w mnoha we
we to that sweet laugh I It turns
le prose to p)oetry ; it flin s mhowdts
f sunshine over the darkness of the
ood in which we are traveling ; it
mehes w ith light even our sleep,
huIb is rno more the image of cleat h,
ut1i Ceonsmediic with dreams that are
te abaaows of limortallitya
A Ddtroit p'iper siys: Durirng the
3cent earthqtuko,,Jogoph Dabble, a
illor was ini a sma~l' boat oin Lnke
biron, aboutt cight miles fromi shore.
ar s'ag e th&"l'ka apportred sud
enlyi [to boil, sall hiumps se cming to
amno up .from the .bottotin, i'hous
uda of fish camq,to the surf'ace andl
ramaf in every <)jreet-m as though
sihtbried, and mnan.~ 6f' th'6rd -kept
uaping ont of the watte. -Io never
Oforo sawv so many fish- in 'dWe gdhbbl
r saw them act ' st'ardgely. ' At
io'ale' a lin4 his bcets was toetd
bot.h' strahge, guldk, jHidhg
'otiobraw'l he bad diffiottiti iltkwep.
from dipptnf Yator. Ho. cnow
Thn'o he ahiae 1 he
'feaout):ern -portionl of tho '$1.
tge of:Baldtwinsi.ill9,,?.. Y.~ is re
ortnd to'a v boobn a.,,1 .n...
ADAMS AND IlotA. -.x-Attotney
G(enaoral floar, Uincj he has been re.
lIeved fiom service in the C.abinet,
11as found time to iake stump speech
--s to the faithful in Massachusetts.
He did better in this business than he
did in dcoiding Law points as Attor.
ney-General. Inl a recent speech at
x ,oxbury lie ntid : "If once the
DeNmoei atic party gets In, It *111 hetrer
be got out again without a civil war."
This afforded to John Quiney Adams
tan opening for the bubjoined eruther:
"I ai very, tiogly inclined to
tlihik that the judge Was at prophet
that tine. I believe myself that. if
ince the people felt tie bIesiing of a
ieal irmoeratic rule, they would
never be willing to submitto another
that if the old men of the sea woi.
ride and cliko them were dismounted
they would never again submit their
1eceks to such usage without a light.
And I am more inclined to agree with
Io judge, from the faut that I have
ibserved that even to keep the people
rom throwing themu as it is, it has
een necessary to keep a good many
oldiers in ten 8tates of the Union.
l'hint, in N orth Carolina not even troops
mfliced. That Philadelphia required
nm1aapanies of soldiern at the poils to
<e"p it 'loyal,' and New York is ,o
tiit ive tudor aitd icalism as to 'require
.%-cry availalle b:iaoet to panify her
P> the yoke. Ye., my friends, the
udge is right ; the monopol i.ts will
nvye to subdue us by armns, before the
ieople will let them up.
SriT 1RLATING TO Sl.AVF PROPET+
ry.-In the United States Circuit
'ourt for the l)istrict of Virg'iia,
)clore Judge Bond, bitting in eham
Jers in this city, the ease of Archer
1. Archer was yesterday argued.
A bill in equity was filed In this
saae to set aside a deed of trust given
rer slaves in 1855, on the ground that
,ho slaves having since been otmanci
pated by the fourteenth amendment
to the Conititution, the contract
,ould not now be enforced.
Col. V. 1. Tabb, for complaint,
raigued that the constitutional amend
mient a'>olishing slavery had so stamp
d the taint of illegality on the inti
tiiion that no court could now on
o: cec any rights growing out of it.
General Bradley T. Johnson, for
espondeiat, argued that the contraict
Nias legal in 1855, and slavery having
inec Leen destroyed by the sovereign
)ower, the loss must fall on the vendee,
>f the slaves, and naot onl the vendor.
iis major does not afeeot a conatract,
biough it may the considertaion for
ne ; ad that the fourteenth amend
neut was pasted as a mnattjr of uxpe
liency and g ivernment, and not as a
rieelatation of niorali. Judge Bond
hield the ease nuder adviseinent.-ial
!imlore Sun, 19th.
Did you ever hear of Andrew Wal
[ace seizing a man that was drunk and
putting himl up at auction I I must
tell you that story t Squite Wallace
was a captain in the militia, and one
Ilay, after training was over, and be.
rore the men were disuii.sed fon
parade, lie took a guard with him and
matde a prisoner of Pat. Sweeney,
who was a most power ful drinker -
drinks as much at a time as a camel,
almost. "Pat.," said he, "I seize
yon in the King's name 1 " Ma ?"'
said Pat., scratchuing his head, and
looking nill arounad bevildered lik'e.
aiam not a sonaaggler ; touch mte if
you dare !" "I seize you," said lhe,
"for vio'lation of thec excise law, for
oarrying about you mere than a gal..
lon of whiskey withmiut a permit, amnd
to-morrow I shall sell you at atnetiota
to the highest bidder. You are a
oru feited artiole, and I could knock
you on thae head and 'let It out If I
liked ; and no tnonsense, man I'' Arid
10 sent him off to j ili, seroitming and
tsecchig like mad, he was so Fright.
,ned. 'l'hae next day Pat was put up
at vendne atad'tknockedi down to liat
tife, who bid him in for fortf shil
ings. I t is gener ally considered t he
~reatest ruse ever taken out of a mamn
U this country.
Mrs. Agassis tells us that In cor
ain Amazonian tribes, on the day of
is marriage, whale the wedding fe
Ivit ies are going on, the bridegroom's
band is tied up In a paper bag filled
rith fire ants. If ho bears this to; tue
amilingly anal ursnmoved,. he is con
;ideredi lit for the ty ials of .mat.rimo
One hundred rand 6fty Swis inii
trints passed throug h Lynatshburg
Virg inai, on Friday, the 18th i stan~t
>n tlbo way to Water V alley, l1. alp
;ippi. It is said that fi.ve thousand
iore are expeeted' from Swituerland.
withina the heokt tbhres montbe, a JI '6f
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'Vet-e n. a-rving Withe west 4t
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rhey arein drevetfd"200 -6F 800
each, and range-wi thin gnhot of the
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large natobera~ s- tbhrson of the
rear is unprcentg.1
-Foll oansas tainem' *ath 'at'tt
PouNiMn IN IonsKs.-A largo ta.
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Repeat overy other day for soverol
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