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JJSENSBUUO AND CflESSON RAILROAD.
'0n and after Monday, November 16, 1863
trains n this road will run as follows :
. . - nn. A V
connecting with Bait. Ex-
' nress'West and Thro' Acr.om East.
h Mail Train
iiTis P. M.. connecting w:
West and Thro' Express East.
it 10.45 A. M.,.of on departure of Thro
- t g 45 p. M., or on departure of Express
East and Mail West.
the Poor TLovaz SrEWAitcsnip A
Co'ntemptlble Fieie of Business Some
time since, we noticed in these columns
the fact of the appointment of Sir. Joseph
Moore, of Johnstown, to the position of
Steward of the County Poor House. We
also took occasion to show that, although
tLe appointment had been made in Ftrict
accordance with established usages and
precedents theretofore governing the
Board ot 1 oor nouse i'wi
tecpi waa being made by Copperhead
politicians to annul the same and put some
other man in the place, on the ground,
limply, that Mr. M. wa-J not a Democrat I
This "attempt, it would seem, haa been
juccessful a pretext, a most lame and
impotent one, as will hereafter appear,
to been trumped up the Copperhead
Board by which Mr. II. is to be shelved,
and "a worthier than he," according to
Copperhead logiT, appointed over him.
It appears from the Johnstown Tribune
that on Tuesday of last week Mr. Moore
was waited apon by Mr. Kaylor, the
creseat Steward, with a resolution pur
porting to have been adopted by a major
ity of the Board of Poor Director?,
resolving that he (Moore) knows nothing
about farming, and is therefore ineapaei--:&teifor
acting Btewardof the Poor
House. The Tribune thea-gocs on to eay
that Mr. Moore is abundantly qualified to
well and faithfully d:achrg3 the duties
t the office ta which he had been fairly
nd legally elected, and in refutation of
the charge that he "knows nothing about
finning'?, cut as follows: "He was
nited on a farm, and knows suScicut
about farming, both by practice and in
theory, to run the, machine as well, at
least, 4s Mr. Kajlor especially as a
practical farmer ie employed to do the
This is the case in a nut shell : The
Beard cf Directors, in obedience to orders
promulgated by the leaders of tbe Copper
head, party in this coitTty, get together
tad resolve that Mr. Moore is no farmer,
tnd therefore uufit to be. Steward by
thich seemingly Eftfc performance they
hope to incontinently rid themselves of
u obnoxious customer. It turns out,
however, that Mr. Moore u a farmer
wis raised on a farm knows as much
about farming as the present Stewaid.
Besides, 'practical farmer is and always
fcis been employed to superintend the
tjricultural department of the Poor
House, bo that an intimate knowledge of
&it6cieuce is not intrinsically necessaiy
to a successful rendering of the duties of
toward. 13y this contretemps, the Board
tave put their foot in it nicely. They in
m many words acknowledge that Mr.
Jloore, legally elected in the usual man
to, must be sacrificed eiruply because he
bgood Union man, and a Copperhead
pt ia his place. To arrive fit this con
futation, a decent respect for the opin
es of their constituents makes it incum
krt upon thera tq put .forward some
ucuac for the proposed act of decapitation.
kcord;rjglV) a poor excuse being better
W UOIlO- tVirtxr m - a a minna orwl trrtr
l.m down no fanner. Thev iruess wronc.
j 0 0
pyer,, and. have the .satisfaction o
wt- Bat thig makes no differenco : to a
perhcad,and Mr. Moore is "removed."
entire procedure is on a par . with
ether procedure resulting- in tha
J;tt!oa of a Count? Superintendent of
ou Schools UDon the basis that the
ilOate Was. nnt a rlnsatoa! Pnhnlar or
e hose qualifications' peculiarly fitted
W jrtte sitio bat"" a S0(i Copper-
Ao arrive nt in ( tv.ia
measure of the Board, it becomes
8SarJ for our readers to remember that
v alwaJs been the custom for the old
ri7that " t9'say the'. Board as con-"
. fhrectni- 1. - ii 1 ,
l t- cBWLcu. eaca iau 10 C1CCC
reward for the coming year. The
Ik so' lecting 31oore,oae
I rat and nn t?.,vk 1 ...
15 mac gentleman.
11.. "cr, now propose to set this
h v, ouu violating esiaousnea
1 apDoint unAtk.. mHN
forsooth, the present appointee does not
happen to entertain the same political
views as they I Well, wo prpsume they
have the power, but they should take caro
how tkey establish a precedent which may
one day be used to their own disadvan
tage. Curses, like chickens sometimes
come home to roost.
That Tour readers may know the names
of the Directors who have performed this
unwarrantable feat of political proscrip
tion, wo subjoin them. . .They arc
Irwin Hutledge, Esq., the other mem
ber, we are assured, had no hand in the
dirty business. He was a "consistent
friend of Mr. Moore throughout, and the
resolution was passed during his absence
from the Board.
We hear it stated that Mr. Kayjor,
the present incumbent, will in all proba
bility ba continued in the ofSce of Stew
ard. If so, we denounce his re-appoint-nient
as a direct insult to the moral
sentiment and finer feelings of the entire
community. Ills administration of the
Poor House affairs is condemned on almost
every hand more especially by the un
fortunate paupers subject to his tender
mercies as general overseer. Only last
Court, Mr. K. was on trial for brutally
maltreating one of these paupers, and
although he was not convicted, the impression-was
general that be orfght to
have been. The people have had quite
enough of Mr. Kayior give them another
and better man.
An iMrosTEit. Wc copy the following
item from a late number of the Pittsburg
Gazelle : "We caution the public against
a young man named Ellis 11. Williams,
who formerly worked about tha printing
oHces ia this city, but who has for some
time past been traveliog' from place to
place. ' W h en last here ; Ke was engaged
in book peddling, and we understand that
he has obtained money from, several per
sona here, by false representations. On a
recnt vieit to New York, . he pretended
that he had authority to purchase a, press
for the proprietors of this paper, and
examined several presses, by which mean?
he obtained the confidence of those -in
tho hnsinps. Ha then went to one of
the firms, and alleged that he had been
robbed of all his money, not fcavjng enough
left to oav his raesagre home. One cf the
gentlemen advanced him $13.50, which
was to be remitted on Lia arrival here, but
of course the money was not refunded.
A letter of inquiry, from the party named,
has put U3 in possession of these facts,
and wc deem it our duty to make them
pubhc, that others may be - put on their
Married: On Tuesday, 1st inst.j at the
residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. R.
Clapp, Mr.' J. L. P. M'Allastt.h, of Eheus
burg, to Miss Caroline Clapp, of Resident,
Venango county, Penna.
Wonders ne ver cca3e ! We had tho t
our friend James too intimately wedded
to one idea, and that idea Singlo-Bhsecd-
ness, to .go and wed another idea, aud
that idea a woman ! But so it is. He
has become divorced from the one to be
h?inni!v united to the other. Such Deinjr
the WJ congratulate him upon the
exchange, or metamorphosis, or whatever
you choose to call it. In . Lis new rela
tion, may he experience all manner of
prosperity atjdL happiness may his bright
est dreams of wedded bliss be more than
realized may he live a Imndred years.
In short, may lie prove a happy husban3,
and she an affectionate wife.
Promoted. It gives us" pleasuro to
learn that .Orderly Sergeant Thomas
Davis, cf -Co. C10th U. S. Infantry, has
been appointed 2d Lieutenant in the Reg
ular Army. Torn is a native Cambrian
j was born and bred in Jackpn township
andhis "prbmotion is alike"' an honor
conferral upon a worthy man and' soldier
and a fitting recognition of the eminent
services performed by.- Cambrians upon
almost evcrv battle-fHd during the present
war. C ' .
SUQCESSFCL AND UNSUCCESSFUL.
Twainmates of xmr county jail, hailing
from Johnstown, effected their escape from
that institution on Sunday night last, but
wero recaptured before leaying town. 'A
young man named vBenjauiin Ilodgers has
been looked up for aiding in their liberation.
Notice.- The Ebensburg Post office
has been rer-vcd to James M. Thompson's
new store, tV ' ? room-formerly occupied
by J. Moore Bon, and almost immedi
ately opposite the old stand.
Court. The. attendance at Court this
week is small. We will give an abstract
of proceedings in our next issue, if any
cases of interest be reached.
Johnstown, Dec. C 1863.
Dear AllegTianian : A man named Charles
"Wilson was killed on the railroad about eight
miles ea3t of tliia place on Saturday morning,
lie. was performing the dirties of watchman
at the time, and whilst signaling the Express
train coming east, was run- over by the Stock
express west. Deceased leaves a wife and
family, tbe former of whom has been in
delicate health since tire death of ncr son, a
bright and promising young man, who died
at Sharpsburg, Md., while in the nine months
A lecture was delivered in Union Hall on
Saturday, by Mr. B. 11. Chills, a speaker of
considerable merit. Ills subject was, "The
Cares and Comicalities of Camp Life," and
although I had not the pleasure of hearing
it,' yet persons who were present pronounce
it as having been a treat.
For several days we have been enjoying
excellent skating. Our advantages of water
are rather 3uperior to those of most towns,
and as a consequence, when hard freezing
commences we manage to be "011 top of the
Dh. Tobias' Venetian IIokse Liniment. In
pint bottles at fifty cents, cure3 lameness,
cuts, galls, colic, &c. Read the following:
Boston, July 7th, 1SC0.
Da. Tobias : We have used for the past
year your Horse Liniment for lameness, kicks,
bruises, colic and cuts, and in every instance
found it the best Article I ever tried in this
circn3 company. Please send six dozen, as it
i-i the only liniment we use now. We have
108 horse3, some very v; luable, and do not
want to leave town without it.
Manager Van Amburgh & Co's. Menagerie.
Sold by all Druggists. Office, 5G Cortlandt
st. New York. -
TUK SECRETARY 07 THE TREAS
URY Jia3 not yet given notice of any
iuteotion 10 withdraw this popular Loan from
Sale at Par, and until ten days notice is given,
the undersigned, as "General Subscription
Agent," will continue to supply the public.
The whole amount of the Lean authorized
13 Five Hundred Millions of Dollars. Nearly
Four Hundred Millions have been already sub
scribed for and paid into the Treasury, mostly
within the last seven months. The large
demand from abroad, aud the rapidly increas
ing home demand for use as the basis for
circulation by National Ranking Associations
now orgapiaing in all parts of the country,
will, in a very shortperiod, absorb the balance.
Sales have lately r" " d.from teu to fifteen
millions weekly, fr '.exceeding three
millions daily, aac. " Sjovrn that the
Secretary of the -i., y tas ample and
unfailing resources in the Duties on Imports
and Internal Revenues," and in the i3sue of
the Interest bearing Legal Tender Treasury
Note3, it is almost a certainty that he will
not find it necessary, for a Ion'' time to come,
to set?k a market for anv other leng or per
manent Loans, THE INTEREST AND PRIN
CIPAL OF WHICH ARE PAYABLE IN GOLD.
Prudence aad self interest must force the
minds of those contemplating the formation
gJ National Bankicg Associations) as well as
the minds cf all who have idle money on
their hands, to the prompt conclusion
that they should lose no time ia subscribing
to this taosit popular Loan. It will soon .be
beyoud their rea;b, and advance to a hand--oiue
premium, as was the result with the
"Seven Thirty" Loan, when it was all sold
and could no longer be subscribed for at par.
It is a Six per Cent Loan, the Interest and
Principal payable in Coin,, thus yielding over
Nine per Cent, per annurnt the present rate cf
premium on com. V.
The Government requires all duties on im
ports to be paid in Coin ; these duties have
for a loug time past amounted to over a
Quarter of a Million of Dollars daily, a sum
nearly three times greater than that required
in the payment of the interest on all the 5
1'0's aud other permanent Loan3. So that it
is hoped th t the edlu3 Coin in the Treas
ury, at 110 distant day', will enable the Uuked
States to resume specie payments upon all
The loan is called 5-20 from the fact-that
whilst the Bonds may run for 20 years yet
the Government has a right to pay thein off
iri Gold at par, at any time after 5 years.
The interest is paid half-yearly, viz : On
the first days of November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds, which
are payable to bearer, and are $50, $100,
S oOO,- and $1,000 ; or Registered Bonds of
game denominations, and in addition, $5,000
mid $10,000. For Banking purposes and f&r
investments of -Trust-monies the Registered
Bonds are preferable.
These 5-20's cannot be taicd by States,
cities, towns, or counties, and the Government
tax ou them Is only one and a half per cent.,
on the amount of income, when the income
of the holder exceeds Six Hundred dollars
per annum all other inVeFtraertts, such as
income from Mortgages, Railroad Stock and
Bonds, etc., must pay from three to five per
ceut tax on the income.
Banks and Bankers throughout the country
will continue to dispose of the Bonds ; andall
orders by mail or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. :' 1 .
The inconvenience of a few dayv delay in
the delivery of the Bonds is unavoidable, the
demand being so great'; but as interest com
mences from the day of subscription, no loss
is occasioned, and every effort is being made
to diminish the delay.
- . SUBSCRIPTION AGENT,
114 S. TniRD ST., PHIL U)ELPHIA.
Philadelphia, December 10, 1863.
J ATaber ENGINE," 8 inch cylinder, 2G
inch stroke, nearly new, in complete order,
2 pumps, one cistern holding 30 bbls. water,
boiler 26 inches, 20 feet long, fire front, all
complete." Price $630. . Will take Lumber
at cish priccs in payment of same.
. V II. F. LUDWICK.
Manor Station, Pa. RR., 24 mil
east Pittsburg, Dec. S, 18G3.
Notice is hereby given that the following
appraisements of certain personal property 01"
..nti, cplr.pt fd and set apart tor the
Vidows of intestates, under Act of Assembly
of the 14th April, 1851 , hare been filed in the
Register's Office, at Ebensburg, and will bo
presented to the Orphans' Court for approval,
on Wednesday, the 9th of Dec. next. To wit :
Appraisement of certain personal property
set apart for the widow of David Riblet, dee'd.
Appraisement of certain personal property
set apart for the widow of John Brown, dee'd.
Appraisement of certain personal property
et anart for tbe widow of John Waltz, dee'd.
8 P " . E. F. LYTLE, Clerk.
Clerk'a Office, Ebensburg, Nov. 16, 1863:
THE VERY LATEST ARRIVAL
H ii 11 H eiUJ
A. A. BARKER,
npiIE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully an
3 nounce to the citizens of Ebensburg and
vicinity that he ha3 just received, ta In?
store, on High street, the largeslTand most
complete assortment of
ever before brought to this connty, all ot
which he is determined tg'eell cheaper than
the cheapest. . . :r .
In endless variety.
Of every dcription
WOOLLEN GOODS, -A
full and complete assortment.
Embracing all the latest 9tyle3
Handsome and of the best quality.
' . HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
Of all sorts, sizes, widths a.nd prices.
HOOP SKIRTS AND BALMORALS,
Tbe latest and best styles.
A better and cheaper article than ever befor
offered to this community.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of the very best workmanship.
HATS AND CAPS,
Fashionable and of durable material.
MILLINERY GOODS AND NOTIONS
HOSIERY AND GLOVZ3.
Hardware, Queensware, Groceries, Flour, Bacon
.Cheest, Syrups, Molasses, Mackerel, Her-,
ring and Cod Pith, Iron and Nails,
Cedar and Willow Ware, Irvgs
and Medicines, Carbon and
Fish Oil, etc, etc., etc.
These, and many other descriptions of
Goods, -too numerous to here mention, con
stantly on hand.
Not to mince matters, he keeps a
FIP.ST CLASS CO UNTR Y STORE,
' where anything or everything a person may
need or desire can oe ooiainea.
By buying a large stock at a time, and pay
ing for the same almost entirely in Cash, the
subscriber is enabled to sell considerably
cheaper than other dealers in this community.
To be convinced of the truth of this assertion
you need only call aud examiue his Schedule
NO CHARGE FOR SHOWING GOODS.'
Customers will be waited upon by accom
US?" The Tablic is requested lw roll in
the more the merrier and secure Bargains.
A. A. BARKER.
a 1 III! PlJk JSk R9k
NTIRELY VEGETABLE 1
. a highly cojicehtrated
A PURE TONIC.
DK. C. 21. JACKSON, Philadelphia, pa.
Will effectually cure
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DIS
EASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM A DIS
'.ORDERED LIVER OR STOMACH,
& as Constipa
tion, Inward Piles,
Fulnes3 or Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach
Nausea, Heartburn, disguii lor food,
Fulacs3 or Weight ia the- Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit
of the stomach; Swimming of the head,
Hurried and DiSicult Breathing,
Fluttering at the heart, Cho
king or Suffocating sensations
when in a lying posture,
j-.. Dimness of vision, Dots- ...
- of 'Wc-bs before the
figtoi Fever and dull
pain in the head,
p erspiraliou ,
skin and eyes, Tain in the side, baci, chest
Limbs, Sic, SudJcu Flashes of heat burning
in tbe flesh, constant imaginings of evil, aud
great depression of Spirits.
And will positively prevent "ETeUow
Fcver, ttniiaus ff'cvcr, ,c.
t n e y contain.
NO ALCOHOL OR BAD WHISKEY l".
They will cure the above diseases in nine-ty-niae
Ct.sts out ot a hundred.
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of
the Encyclopedia of Pieligious Knowledge.
Although not disposed to favor cr recom
mend Patent Medicines in gentr il, through
distrust of ther.r ingredients an! t fft-ct3;I
yet know of no sufficient renrons why a man
may not testify to the benefits he believes
himself to have received from any sir.v!e
preparation, in the hope that he may thus
contribute to the benefit of others, .
'. I do this the more'readily in reg.irl to
TI6ofiar.d's German Bitters, "prepared' by Dr.
C. M, Jackson, of this city, because I was
riK-jadiccd against them for many yenrs,
under the impression that they were chicflv
an acloholic mixture. I am iudsbred to mv
friend Robert Shcemakgr.. for the removal of
this prt-judice by proper tests, and lbr
courage!.nei;t to try thtm, when su fieri nrr
from great i.nd long continued debility. The
use of three bottles of these .Bitters, at the
beginning of : he pre sent year, was followed
by evident relief, and restoration to a de cree
of bodily and mental vigor which I h.-uTnot
felt for six months before, and had rk.iost
despaired of .regaining. I therefore thank
God and my friend lor directing iue ti use
them. J. NKWTON'bROWN."
Puilad'a., Jcne 23, lfcGI,
Will build up- the constitution, and give
health and strength to an overtasked and
Philadelphia, August 12, 1SC2.
Dr. C. M. Jackson Dear Sir: While in
Virgini, owing to the change cf water, I was
taken with a severe diankoe.i, which seemed
incurable, and which greatly weakened me.
When wc reached Martinsburg, I fep.red that
I should have to come home; but noticing
some of your Bitters in the store of Mr. II. 11.
Price, in that town, I purchased a supply, and
on taking it was speedily restored to health.
The diarrhoea was quickly, checked, and 1
experienced no return of it. A number of
ray. comrades who- suffered in the same
manner and from the same cause, with wbom
I shared th Bitters, join me in this certificate.
I expect to return to tho seat of war with the
Legion, and I shall certainly take a supply of
the Bitters in ray knapsack. I would aflt be
without it for it3 weight m gold, particularly
on going into a limestone region.
Yours, truly, A. E. ALMEUS,
Company li, Scott Legion.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
See that the signature of "C. M. Jackson-'
is on the wrapper of each bottle.
Price per bottle 75 cents
Or haljf dozen for $4.
Should your nearest Druggist not have the
article, do not be put off bv any of the intox
icating preparations that may be offered in
its place, but send to u?, and we will forward
by express, securely packed.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE asd MANUFACTORY
No. 631 ARCH ST.
(Successors to C. AI. JACKSON, & Co.,)
t For sale by Dr. G. II. KEYSER, 41
Wood st., SIMON JOHNSON, corner Fourth
and Smithfield sts., Pittsburg, and by drug
gists and Dealers in every town in the Unite!
States. f July 9, 'C3.1y
HON. WILSON M'CANDLESS, Judge of the
Unitcd.Statea Circuit Court, President. .k
PITTSBURGH, PA:, corner Penn and SU
v Clair -Sts. ;
TXic Largest, Clieajtest and Kcst.
$ 3.'. CO Pays for a Commercial course.
t2?No extra charges for ManufiiCturers,
Steamboat, Railroad and Bank BooJt Keep
ing. . .
Mini?ter3 Sons at half price. Studenti
enter and review at nuy time.
. This Institutionisconductcd by experienced
Teachers, end principal .Accountants, who
prepare young men for active business, at the
least cipeiise and shortest time, for the most
lucrative and responsible situations. Diploma
granted for merit only. Hence thf universal
preference for graduates cf this College, by
Prof. A. Cowlet, the best Penman of th
Union, who holda the largest No. of 1st Pre
miums, and . over all competitors, teacbe
Rapid Business Writing.
For Specimens of Penmanship, and Cata
logue containing full information, inclose 25
cents to JENKINS & SMITH, Piincipala. '
Attend where the Sons a&d Clfcrkg of
Bankers and .Business men graduate.
A . 1 ft
"pilOV'OST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
JL ITtii Dist., Penxa., ")
IlrxTixcno.v, June 11 1863. J
MEN WANTED FOR TnE INVALID CORPS.
Only those faithful soldiers who, from '
wounds or the hardships cf war, are no
longer fit for active field duty will be received
into this Corp3 of Honor. Eulistmeats will
be for three year3 unless sooner discharged.
Pay en 1 allowances same as for officer Aid
men of the United States Infantry; except
that no premiums or bounty for enlistment
will be allowed. This will not invalidate any
pensions cr bounties whicli may be due lor
All persons lmnorr.bly discharged from tho
service, not liable to draft, whether they have
served iu this war or not, can be admitted
into this Corps of Honor. ' " .
Men v.iio are still iu service and unable to
perform effective field, may be transferred lo
tins corps. .
For the convenience of service, the men
will be selected for three pxaJes of duty.
Those who are most efficient and able bodied,
aud capable of performing guard duty, etc.,
etc., v.-ill te armed with muskets, and assigned
to companies of the Frst Battallion. Those.
A of the next degree of eHiciericv, including
tho?e who have lost a hand or an arm; arid
the least effective, including those M ho hare
lost a fact or a leg, to the companies of tho
Second or Third Battallions they will b
armed with swords.
The duties will be chiefly to act as provost
gur.rJs and garrisons for cities ; guards for
hospitals and other public bui.Mings ; and as
clerks, orderlies etc. If found necessary
they may be assigned to forts, etc.
Ac ting Assistant Trovoat Marshals General
are authorized to appoint Officers of tha
Regular Service, or of the Invalid Corps, to .
administer the oath of enlistment to thosa
men who have completely fulfilled the pre
scribed conditions cf admission to the Invalid
Cor-js, viz : , .
1. Tbat the .ipplkant is unfit for service In
2. That he is fit for the dutie3, or some of
them, indicated above.
3. That, if not now in the fcrvice, ha wa
4. That hi 13 meritorious and deserving.
For enlistment or further information apply
to the Board of Enrollment for the district in
which the ajjplictnt is a resident.
J. D. CAMPBELL,
- Capt. and Provoit Marshal.
Ebensburg, July 2, 13o3.-tf.
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TBENSBURG HAftDWAEE AND
Xh ' STOVE DEPOT.
BA R GA INS TO BE HA D!
The undersigned has just received a larg
and splendid .assortment of Hardware aud
Cutlery. Cooking. Parlor and Heating Stoves,
Nails, Window Glass, Hoop Iron, Carbon Oil
Lamps and pure Carbon Oil, Japanned and
Brittannia Ware, Glass Ware, &c, kc, all or
which he will sell very low for CASH or ex
change for Country Produce. I . , . .
lie still continues to manufacture Tin and
Sheet Iron Ware of all descriptions, for sale
either by the Wioletale or Retail. Repairing
done ou short notice.
lie returns b's sincere thanks to his old
fricnJs and customers for the patronage ex
tended him, and begs leave to hope that they
will come forward and settle up their accounts
of long standing, and commence the new year
"on the- square." He must have money to
enable hhn to keep up his stock.
r. Pricc3 low, to suit the ime?.
Ebensburg. Jany. 0, l8C2:f
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