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1 he Fairfield Herald
E i"ERY WKDIVESDA.Y
0,6 Mil Directory of Fairfield
KIovA ron.--Moso Martin.
SNoi I:s:srATIVI--Joseph Thompson
Jihn Uibson, Joel Copes.
I,. V. 1)vall-S'erlii,
t- o't. 1B. Clownoy---0lerk of the Court.
.1. 1. Neil-Judge of Probate.
1Y B Peake-.County Auditor.
w M. Nolson-Cuusit.y Treasurer.
w .Y. Craw ford--ohool Comm isioner,
): F. Martin-Jury (iommissioner.
t'"rv COMM!s5sIONKRS--Jas. it. Harvey,
iltem'y Jacob, Carter Beaty.
it. N. Oboar-U. S. Commissionr.
.4 rARI.s PUuDLlo-M-. C. Robertson, J.
Q. Ihavis, III. N. Obear, D, B. Kirlaud.
inAL JUI(TiOr.s-A. M. Mlackey, W. It
\tNa..4hall, James Aiken, Silas W. IMhif.
I J. F, W. Coleman, Thomas Walker,
hIr. Ira 8. Scott.
T. It. Robertson.
Wm NsOIORO NATIONA. DANIr OP SOUTn
e 'ROL1NA. AUTIuOnIZan CAPITAL $200,000
I' an yr $75,000.
' . R. Robertson, Presidont.
too. I. bloMaster, Vioe-President.
: sm'I. B. Clownoy, Cashier.
M1. C. Robertson, Toller.
W. R. Robertson, II. L. Elliott, James
,3." Iy, Coorgo It. Mchlaster, D. R. Fle.
, i:len Jas. II. MecCanta, Jans. II. Rion, Jae.
Plrlo, A. S. Douglass, Col. William
-,buston, of Charlotte, N C.
WaitDEN--F. Gerig. J. A. Fraser, W.
h;. Nelson, J. U. MoCarloy.
wisNs1ORo DUiL.Dis(o AND LOAN AMSOOIA
G. Ir. McMaster---l'resident.
. anos 3aat.y-Vico.l'resiunt.
1). It. Fleuniko n Sec. and Troans.
11. N. (Oboar, Attorney
D)irectors-Jas. A. Brire, Ram'l. It
'xnyney, U. A. White, I. N. Withers. .1.
'.. tltlo ti y, F. Ehl.,r, T. 11. Madden,
W. 11. Flennikon, J S. Connor.
ciler OF PoL1oTi|-'. J. II. MIurphy.
'The lrpilblican Party and the Colored
Prof. Langston, one of the loading
dolored men in A morica in a recent
tpeccli delivered at Chillicothe,
Ohio, speaka as follows on the con.
neotion of the blocks with the re
"It will be perceived from what
.1 have already said that I hold that
C )NSIDIrn ATiON8 OF THEtP CO(MMON
maintained through its agency,
which bind the white voter to tho
republican partly, or lead him to
change his party relations, and co.
operate with another, do and
r'hould,in the main, determine the
c nduct. of thn; colored voter.
bhould the republican party over
provo false, in policy or principle
to the highest good of the republic,
influencod by corrupt lenders or
erroneous Jootrinos, the duty of
the colored voter to abtunion and
loavo it would be as inper'itivo and
obligatory as that of his other follow
Our relations to thits party are
thoso wyhich pring from political
conviction, the resuit of an intolli
gent apprehionsion of our duty as
American votors. If through t.his'
party wo have been emancipated
and enftranehisedl, prtcto of life
niud littab accorded u it is beciause,
in okinig to secure the largest good
of the nat ion, and in its efforts in that
bechalf, our freedom and elevation
hiavo boou acomplished. Gratefully
for all this, wo find thiercia no eon
considorat ion of obligation binding
uis in any special usanner or degree.
This party seeks tho consorvati on
of the general good. Fourteen yearn
of administration of the state and
national government, d uring the
most eventful periodl of our history
dem~onstrateos the sincrity of its pur-'
pose and its power. It is the duty
of all, the colored citizen no more
thtan the white, through influence
and vote to aust ain it in this work,
The rep~ublican party is not, then, a
bilack man's party. It was not or
ganizoeolely, nor even mainly, in
hsinterest, it makes no pledges
to care for his welfare beyond that
of any or all other. IIaving intro
duced him, in aceordanco with. law
into the Ameori can body politio, it
gives him a common and e qual, but
no peculiar or special ca re. E~qual
rights and equal protection in theoir
enjoyment is its guaranty to all. To
this end it pledges its power.
BUT WHAT or "T'lE NEW DEPART.
For since the 5th of last month,
when Frederick Douglass and my
self addressod a 'mioeting of our
colored follow-citizons at Hiillsdale,
near Washington city, discanting
upon the oondluct of certain individu
als and associations, advising the
people with regard thereto, and
wvhen a new doelaration of independ
ence was submiitted and adopted,
we has e road much in cartain politi
cal journals and heard (livers expros,
nions whichi indicate that somno of
our friends feel that there is to be
a general ezsodu uf' t he colored pen
plo, north' and sout h, from the re.
pulhican party ; andl besides, within
a very few days we hao had sent to
many of us an elaberato and longthy
document "Ont the future of the
colored man in thle south," writteni
by erG'vornor Scott, of South a'tuo.
lin; formerly a resident of Ohio, in
which we are advised, in a sort of
fraternal, yet more of a patronizing
spirit, or our pol1ititonl duty and dan.
ger. The words of this o.s governor,
formerly an ardent repu~'ican, have
to us a strange sound. It is not
the clear, insp.iring voice of disin
teresteliners, the assuring ut teranco
of jndJeious statesmanship. the huelo
blast ruf that loidership which corm.
~manda tad controls tbohnanrs and
'judgment of the people.
Ilin words are rather those of dis
appointed and despairing ambisiol
bewailing a fruitless political past
in anxious longing for a future mor
Governor Scott may be assured
first, that the colored American wil
attempt no independent politiea
organization proffering his voto t
the domoortio party upon the term
suggested by him ; nor, in tie
second place, is it possible to play
upon his fears in such manner as t
scare him into the democratic party
for th, sake of gaining succor who
defeat overtakes the regublican par
ty. Whatever others may do, what
over may be their courseo, as yet the
colored American findw no just oaus
for pursuring any other ojurswe that
that adopted horotofore, and to whiol
Ie has so persi .tently adhered. .
Mr. Benjamin, formerly Soerotar;
of State of the Confederacy, is no
said to be one of the mwost auceessfu
pleaders in the courts of Gulihall an,
'estministor. A writer says I(
makes ?10,000 a year, and look
almost as young as he did befuro th
oause was lost.
Says an exchange
Don't lot your angry passion rise,
Because your neighbors advertise,
And draw away the dimes
But boldly, do as they have done,
Pursue the course thoy b ve begun
And drive away dull times.
Mrs. T. M. Jackson, the wido1
of Stonewall Jackson, has receive
$5,000 from the oxecutor of Wad
11. Bolton, of, Memphis, Tennossao
being half the sum willed her4 Tb
personal property of Mr. BIolton i
valued at about half a million.
The Now Yor lHerald Bonne
waited two days while in Europe fo
the Prince of Valos to call on him
'he1' Princo didnt' appear, ant
EJinett telegraphed 'lou : "G iv
tho whole English governmno
"Gone to meat his un ole on hi
motbot's side, was an obituar
notice in a Western paper recently.
Ofieo (oini ly toni Il80sioners,
Wxxsaoto, S. C., Aug. 8rd, 1875.
N OTIOE is hereby given thLt the an.
nNual meeting of the board of Coon
ty Comomissioners for Fairfield Couni.
will be held at their oftlice on Tuesday, tih
7th Septemhor, 1875. All persons holdin
bill", neonunts or demandts of any kin
against sail county, which have not lice
presenteu to the hoard at. speciatl meeling
held during (lie year, wre ir1 iqir,.l io <.%
posit the tame with Ite i :n 'r .1d ,,
or heforo the day of i a: ii w cing, a
lint they may bo examinaed and orilere.
to he paid at the nnnual etceting, A
aiceounts not plreoented at. the annua
meeting in accordance I he requiremntei c
this notice will not lie audit l a. sai
meeting. T. It UOIt~tt'SG N,
aug 6 law4w Clerk.
Sale of Real Estate,
-=N pursuance of a rejnnest. from ih
.. Cestisi* qui rals. I will o flY o r ian
on the first Monday in tieplomber next, it
ie Court house door in Winnshoro, i
public outcry to Ihe highest hidder, aI
Ihai pice, parcel or Iract. of laid, lyin
and situato in thn County of ILair6fohl an'
$itate of Soiuuth1 Car'innww, nea':r Yoniguw,
ille, containin zi i 1w hundred antwifIi
soveni atul a half acres, more ow e lesan
boundiwed oni thew Northi by landsilw of Jobi
M tibdey, Aawdrow \l oblewy and Ititnbe
Mohley, ont the Easwt by Iinndis of IDavi
Cork iand Jolhn '4mwont.on ,on Ithe dout h bi
hands of Johni imwintonw and Andjirew M oh
iey, and ont the We~st by lands of Andlro,
Terwrsj or Pale.-Oneo thouswwandl doltw
cashil, tao balanwco on a oredhit of one yen
wit h initerest fromi dlay of salec at the rat
of tweolvo per 00entum i powr awwinn . Pun
awsor to give bond for sal id hanco ;sw
cured b) aortgage of thew puremise, and l
pay for all nwecessa wry piapers.
W. MOULTiRIE~111 DWII,
'.Winnsboro, S. C., 4th Atug. 1875.
aug 6 .Iai-lw
Office CIounity Commissioners,
WrNzsuono, 8, C. Auguet ird, 1876.
SoTIi' To nIoAD oVt:RSRR.
Y OU are boreby requwiredI to order ow
the road huandsw in your r'oad disi
riot to work the public highwways th
balantce of the six days required by lav
for tho year 1876, theo work to hwo ,ion
behfore the fIrst, of Novembler next. Ye
are to seo that the roads are ditched anu
cleared out the lawful width, and yowl wil
lake note of all persons that obstruct 1.1h
publio roads by thirowinwg -therein brus
and old raIls into ditches, or' rliving wa go
into ditoches, or hauling sand t horof row
You will also return all defaullers to thi
offloo to ha dealt with according to lav
You are also requwiredt to take an wneowur
of all shovels, pIcks ar d adwues ini you
r'oad disatriet, and inchlew the samei
report, otn the tirst ot Nowvembwher next.
J.iR. IItA VEy,
aug .fii County Commwwwisinecre.
-@ OFFERl TO.DAY ?
LARGE FR U IT ST'ANDS),
-FIN l (.\ss
Salvers, PIties ad W t
-A Ld 5 0.
L AMP-WiCK S.
Election for SherifT
IIE following managers will conduct
T the election for- Sheriff of Ihis
County, to be held on Tuesday the 24th
day of August next io the following pro.
Jas K Babb, 8 J Swygart and Geo.
R T Yarborough, Jas K Davis and W
C W Fau'ett, Jno A F Coleman and
John NloLurkin, Calvin Brie. and
Jas A McCroroy, Jas L Richmond and
8 9trother Ford.
Lewis Wardlaw, W E Yonguo add Wm.
T It Robertson, T.W ltabb and Jno. D.
B Jno A Desportoa, Howell Idmunde and
R II Jennings, Jno W Robinson and
J W Starns, Mosos Baker and Henry
Fairliold Court )louse, this the 27th
day of Juy 1875.
JAM. Ii. RION.
Comniisioners of E"lootiou for Fair.
SNEW ARRIVALS L
r Packages of NEW MACKOREL
in Barrel., half and quartor Bar
i reb, Kits 1, 2, 3, and extra nun.'
bor 1, MESS
B 323 Sacks of fresh ground FLJ,)TR,
all sizes and grades from the
Granite Mills Augusta Ga.
A full stock of Grocories, Provision
and Plantation Sup p1 ies. all
of which will lbe sold at th
lowest prices for CASH.
flEATY BRO & SON.
ij. C. DES'OlvTES & CO., have, by
mutual consent., nid by expiration of
limitation, teriinated the copartnership,
to date fronm July first inst,
I Persons indebted w ill close up their ac.
counts by cash or nte by rhen first day of
r ~U. 0. )ESP'OllTh5S,
RL. 8. DERsPORtTES.
'O WITH ample capital, I will contiuue
the business at the same sti ind.
- U.0. DESPO1TE8S.
July Sth, 1875,
Fresh Supplg of
rr HE following varieties of Turnip
h 1 Sood just arrived and for sale at
Early Red Top, Str ap Leoavod,
'Early Whito, Flat Strap Leaved,
r baings Improvori Ruta Baga, Large
a Yellow Globe, Large Whbite (lobo
Early (Cowhorn, Yellow Aberdeen
and~ Golden Ball.
Cha~rlo tie, Col d ublin, & A ugusta
1ilE followinag P'assonger $chiedule
1. wvil bin runi over thisi real ont andi
anti iIhis date
iLenro Augusta, at '0.301 a mi
" ('el umiihnia. 8. C,, / t-ii o
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. t).00 p m
TRAIN .-OOi No soUTi.
Leavo Charlot to, N C. at 8.30 a ii
"Chester, i1.2 a n
"' Wtin nsbor o, 12.88 p im
"' (columbin, '2.52 p in
Arrive At Augusta 8 05 p
JAS. A NDER 'ON, Oen'l Supt.
Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Il'Ilgs 1111d 3tedicines, Painigq 01],
I, II. FlOIReII & Cl
Just Itecived a Full Stock e
CONSISTING ' IN PART OF
Clothing, 1lats, Mens Furnishing
Goods, Cassimers, Cottonades
Hosiery, Gloves, Trunks,
' the best assort
ever brought to this mnrket, all whio
will be soil cheap for
N. B. A few pieces of damago
Dress Goods at 12 and 16 2-3 cent
W. H. Flenniken & Co
1 bale Plaid Homespun.
Mens, Sunday Shoes and
stitched .)own Shoes.
Washing Soap, Toilet Soal
Starch, VGatndles G ream
Ta.'rtar &c. Tuitt's
Pills, llair Dye,
Knoh Locks, Butts and ingve:
Carriage Bolts, Door Sprin~g:
Shovels~, Mattress T1wines
Seine Twine, Putty, Linsee
Oil and Spanish Brown.
McMASTER & BRI101
Ble ached liomespun, Bed Tickin1
Hickory Shirting, Gloves an
Hosiery, Gaurze Unudoesirts, Blac
Alpaca; Baroes .for Veils, Pi~n
Spodl Tjhread, Ndedle, Ladies' 0ia
and Collars, NoI~ Frills, Belts an
Blucal les, Pearl Buttons, &c. &e.
MciMaster &' Brice.
J UdT RECEIVEj
Car Load1 White (Cornu.
1 Car Load Flour- -all grade
1 Car Load Bolted Meal.
W hite and Smnoke~d Bacon an
Rio and Java Coffee-"gree
New Orleans and CommIYo
All gr-ades of SUGAR.
L~ard in bbls., halil-bbls., Keg
Geinble D~urham~ Smoking T<
Fresh and genuide Turnip
Seed from David Landreth &
Son, comprising the following
White and Yellow,
My Stock of DRY GOODS,
.Boots Shoes, IIbts,. Caps,
will be replenished from time
to time, and will be sold
as low FORZ CASH,
as the same arti
cles can be
A few summer Dress Goods
on hand which will be disposed
VERY LOW RATES.
I. N. Withers.
W.PR. Doty & Co,
3 Doors West of Post Office
T'IESPIAN HALL BUILDING,
FAIMJILY & PLANATION
'P RO P RIETORS
LIVERY & SALE
Where we constantly keep or
k hand a fully supply of good
He owses & Mules,
I JUST RECEIVED
./1"RESHf SUPPL~Y 02
-l ONSTSTTNG of Deviled ilami, Tgrke;
and Tonigue, JBordeu's R~ozias tee
in 1 lb eans. Freshi 8an'on at Lobsters
Alred, Piokles and Fronoeh Mustard.
large lot of French Blacking of the finoes
quality, Fresh UIandIy and Crnokers ot' al
sorts. Fresh Auguosta Meial an~d Flor:
always on hand. Also a large supply o
Belfast Gingor AMo, and London Portor
Kept Constantly 01n le,
For sale by
NEW ADVI RI(18EMEN.'I.
Fortune n It, Every family buys
it. Sold.by'Agents. Address G. S.
Walker, E~rior P..
13OOK AGEivS wanted to sell
The peoples Coinmon Soso 111Iedical
Advisor," by R. V Pirce, ,ul. D. The
most ready sellin g book out. Exolusivo
territory and liberal tnts Address the
Author at Bluffalo, N. Y.
atah d. uaInora pleasantad honor.
able wit,, no risks. A 18p aaucauamular
ad Valuablo tiaaplea fajo. Donot
but write at onco on postal
. 1. REED, 8T ST., NEw TOltx.
A GENTS Wanated. The Cene
'rial G-tzett.er of the Unit ed St. at es.
Shows the grand result of 100 years of
Freedom & Progress. New and co aplete.
Ove' 11)00 pages. Illustrated. everyboty
hnve itan I agents make from $100 to
$200 a month. Address J. (1 McCU RDY
& CO. Puha. Philadelphia Pa.
OAUTION,--Notioo.--''lhgonuino a iatot
LIFE AND 1ABOUR OF
(Including the "La~st Journ-tls,") unfolds
vividly his 80 years strange advent tres,
also the duriositis, wonders and wealth
of that tu rYolotal ottuntry,. and is abso.
lutely the only new, complete work.
Hence it sells ;' Just think, 12.000 first 7
weeks. Agents'. succesa would astonish
you. nore wanted. Send for 'Terms and
positive proof of genuinenons
HllUB.a RD ltR., Pubs., 7'23, Samsott
TRINITY COLLEGE, N. C.
SF.9ION 'CoMlta-:NCE4 sCP. 2 1875.
UL L Faculty: elegn nt. buitldines;
IT superior board nnu adccomnniolti 1on;
location near high Point on the N. C.
Railroad, very healtly, A receipt. in fall
for all expenses, except. hooks and clo(1h
ing for five umont s. wi al he given I' $0:.
Aid given to young msaenaa ot linaaated ainca,
Post O(fice '''trinity (ollae, N. C."
aut 83 1 . VRA V EX, Pres.
$1O 1o $L(O0 investel in Wall St.,
often leads to r ar'Ltac. A 72 page book
Oxphining everything. and copy of the
Wiall sreet Review. Set~i free. .FIIN
TI It bLlN( & IC)., Baakers anl Brokers
72 Broadway New York.
0000118S, 00I1D, HtoaRtSENES'8
AND ALL TI'IROATf 1)18 1~,,
'!! Tiii IF rD
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
Pi' UP ONLY N , it s~ti t a)Xt .
A 'llfD AND) N 1 SUm REM E)Y,;
Sold 1)y Druggists generally, at
Johnston Holloway & Co., 'hilnadelpliat I
WVher0oVer it lt R Been T1rie1
ha est alllibed itself' ns a perfect1 reeniar
and sure reme ly for disorder s of the
sytem arising from imapropcr action of'
the Liver and Bowels.
It. is not a Physie. but, by stimulndniag
the secretive organs, gently andt gra'aual
ly retsin es all impita-ities, ail regula(s
tlahea utire systen.
It is aant. a Uiatored Pit crs, I ut is a
VEU ETA H 1E TONIC.
which assista digestion, and thus stimu
lates the appet.ite for tool ne'easry to in
vigorate the weakonetl r ino iittive orgatns,
tal gives strongth a all the vital forces.
It carries its o0,s trecomIendaltion, its
Ithe b,rgo antl a'pially itartatsiiig sales
taetity. 1pai.e one dollar a bottle. Ask
youar dr'ig isitfot' it. Johnston Iloioway
& Co.~ Paddelphaia Pa.
ESTAat08t io,1052.'~a t
Nos.3 Dlroad Streeot and 109 East flay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
YRTv, BT t'flto Cit RAPRR ORADIM or irroex,
wR CAN FURNlIhfn woMK AT
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
FINE FASBIONABL.E STATIONEM,
Piries Paper and: Envelop;a,
5gedding and @all invitations
ON ITHE 8LSY StoCK A'aD PaTCD an THEK
FXF~Im fori sale thet ollowinag vry
P..roputlar biratnds, viz:
f 0. o. C00's Mtuperpinsspha te.
R~oyua llano Compl~ounld.
Bradley's Act di Phosphla t e.
Part'ies wltishig Ouaanoa lay the car-'loaad
can Ih a ve themt oraderead ta I kh, IUdgea'r.
Lyles' Fordl andl 8trothaer's Mttios,aa as I
am agent fair thte ent ire ('nneay of Fair-'
field. Timae siaes duto N. vemberaa a' t.
For arranatremn'ta ana t imne aimta prio al
cot totn option al pply to
Gratoflil Thouai8ds proclaim'Vin
.GAR 1'rR tho dnoot wonderful In.
vigorant that ever/ unptained the sinking
85 No Porson cn fitke thesb Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwoll provided their bones are not de,
atroyed by minpral pois6n or' other
moans, and vital o'rgana wleted beyond
Bilious Remittent: and, Inter.
mittont I oveor, .which are so preva
lent in the valloys of our groat rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Mlsour ,
Illinois, Teunoesoo, Cuenborland, Arkan
sua, Rod, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabalia, ,Mobile, Savannah,.R.o.
anoko, James, -aid many others, with
their vast tributarica, throughout ours
entire country during the Sunner and'
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by oxtonaivo do
rangomtonts of the -stomach and liver,
and othor abdominal viscora. In their
troatment, a peurgativo, exerting a pow-.
orful influcnco upon' theso various or
gans, is essentially necessary. ''ere
is no cathartic for the purpeoso equal to
DR. J. WAiaKRRa 's VI EAEA aIT3Trrit s.
as they will speedily romovo tho lark
colored visicl matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the smo tine
stinutlating the secretions of the liver,
atwl generally restoring tho healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its lhids with V1NEGAR
B1'rrrius. No epidemic can tako hold 4
of a system thus fore-armed.
~yspIepsa or Indigestion, Head
ache, 'ain in thr Shoulhtrs, Coughs.
'l'ightne as of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Erutettions of tho Stomach, Bad Tasto
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita.
tation of the heart, inflamnnation of the
ILtungs. Pain it tho r'egion of the' Kid.
noys. t11( a hundred othrer painful syrnp
toms, tro the ollaprings of )yspcpsia.
Ohio bolt l aill provo a better guaranteo
of its mecrits than a lengthy advertiso
Scrofnl~u or K1ings Evil, Wii t
Sw.ilinog'. 1; Iccer., Erysiela1s, Swollc1 Neok,
Goitme, icrofe'n.im inlatmmatieems, Indolet
l ullcianet ions, Moercurial A lfootions, old
Sores, Eaeptions of the Skin, Soro Eyes, oto,
J n these, ree in, all otuhel cunetitutional Die
ese, ^m' Vin.(:A uITTim1ta L huvo
shown tI heir ge.at, curatlivo Iovery in the
muost ohStinttr, and int raotallo cases.
For Inflamniatory and (Ohronic
lihetinat isn, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and intermittent Fevers, I)ieaseof
leo Blooijd, Liver, Nidneevs and l adtor
theso iii erc have no ccued <:i.h ni.i'oied
are catut d by Iihe Inood.
Mechanficn I D)isealss.-Persons an
gager in J'allit, ciel hiiorals, stuch a#
imbrs, ''yp-.setters, Gold-bceatorrs, and
Miners, as they adlvnnco in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, tal;o a dose of WALRxsa's Vt.
EOA Ra 1 l'r'e'i.!es o'Ccasionally.
( orSf in Diseases, ruptions T
Pin-, 'Iijs, Cannelie Rig-or,'
andrices f the Si of wever ame.
orce nat uenrolitdrall dug upr andeos carriad
tocuteiic l fe th eevsomi a sot fneyth we i
lif tos itnwr.
01inl, Tapoie (ande olatther WltV1ofms,
uclueing in tho sytm of oiman thouan'eida,
aire dffectwmdly derled ae nd remo\-e tNa
islvee ofn meici no01 verormiinosno
lthse Hites. atdBlo w~
or ou ile CoM mpLislanetsin thoung
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