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J, W. BOWEN, Editor. f 1''
MMrtlmr. March 22, 18? i.
Thirty-Four Millions to
Land Grabbers and Nothing
to the Soldiers.
Tlio forty-first Congress,' wlncli
nujoui neuon the 4th inst., gave
1-hirty-fpuy millions! ofcres of
the public lauds , to the land
grabbers, but refused ;.to give
even one acre to the poor and
crippled 'soldiers whose votes
MMiffrACa lr. fill'! NfT. ATI
ncre to the soldiers ! But thirty
four millions to the rich ; land
monopolists I Soldiers, do you
see how you have been' deceiv
cd by the Radical Congress V
- .i , .
In 1860 you were promised one
hundred and Eixty acres of land
if you would vote for Lincoln,
which you or most of you did,
and ' a Radical Congress . has
been in session ever since, and
yon done the'fighting for " them,
and still you are without the
"promised land.". About one
year'ago a bill was introduced
giving all soldiers lands, but
the bill was defeated because
the Radical Congress' wanted
to give the lands to rich land-
crabbers almost fevery Iiadi-
rnl mt.inT nfrjiiriHt tho snMiflra' I
land bill.. - - ,
- Grant ia coini? to California in
April, to Long Branch in Juno, to
in 1872. Cleveland Plain
lie ought ' to do - something
with Sujineii, and New Hnmp-
shire before he-leaves.
Tub Townships in Vinton
county .wherein the Democracy
are in the 'minority, should not
neglect to have in the field n
trustee ticket at least, and se-
cure one member of their elec-
tion board at the.' fall election,
as the law directs. ' " : r "'. 1
: . ! 'j -
"VVe " observe that a great
number of papers in the State
have hoisted the names of Geo
11. rendleton tor trovernor,
1 nomas Jawing, J r., lor Lieu-
tenant Governor, and John pen
McSweenev, - a noble on of
Ireland, for Attorney General.
TP f.hft nAmnnrnfift Stiitft f!nn."
vention will place the names of
those three noble and eloquent
men at the head of the ticket
the Democracy , will give Ohio
a cleaner sweeping , than N"ew
Hampshire received on the 14th
inst. No better "ticket could
be nominated thus far. The
people have confidence in these
men and will "turn out to a
man" to the election.
Chief Justice Mason, of Ne
braska, has delievered an opin
ion against negroes sitting as
jurors in that State. The prin
cipal poiut made is Jthat the
fourteenth and fifteenth amend
ments grant rights to negroes,
but impose no duties on them,
aud that jury service is . a bur
den and not a privilege ; that
the State constitution can be
changed only by the same pow
er that created it; and that
Congress can not confer such
authority to change upon the
Legislature. Judge Mason is a
Republican. " '
' In Ohio, it is unlawful to
kill rabbits between the 1st of
February" and tb,e 1st of Octo
ber; quails, pheasants and wild
turkey a must not be killed from
the 14th February to' the 15th
of October J wild .ducks .or
geese between April 15 th and
September lst.VT i
The Radicals abouThere
"haven't, read ilpfi papers ;and
don't know rnuch tabomy the
election held last Week in-Jfew
Hampshire. For a party that
clnim all the "intelligence , and
refinement, it is a great. pity
that they can't get some infor
mation, v o ,,: V .; -
A great man is always will
to the Soldiers. GOD BLESS NEW HAMPSHIRE!
9, " Jf ly. if i A h i
THE FIRST SPRING CHICKEN!
NEW HAMPSHIRE REDEEMDED!
She Repudiates and His
A Big Dent in the Grant Family!
San Domingo Heard From!
Grant Repudiates Sumner!
New Hampshire Repudiates Grant!
ONE BRIGHT STAR IN THE EAST
White Men! Prepare for 1872!
Tue annual election in New
Hampshire for State officers
and members ot the Jjegisla-
tore nd for Congressmen took
place., on luesday, March 14,
and resulted in a Democratic
triumph for the first time since
1853-18 years ago. , There
were three candidates before
the people 1 for Governor, as
follows : J. A. Weston, Dem
ocrat' Jame3 Pike Mongrel;
P Cooper, Labor Reform
The State, which leads, the elec
tions of 1871. has done noble.
a n . ArL
AU .U.,C1 wwuuuy me peo
SaltEiver pie are rejoicing at the wheel-
Gl,anite StatwllG fftP off ur
tne Efl,i , TKr.fi v
nM c.J :&.
7,6.00. Itow bad. tho'Radicals
feel oyer the glorious .result.-.
hey excuse the victory by say-
ing .the -"unpleasantness" - be-
tween Grant and .Sumner' has
caused it. , The.. Radicals cau
novv see. ,.,lthe;:haidwnting;on
the wall." Democrats,'Bpread
this .glOTio'us ''"news ! 'VYork
until the polls close in Novem
ber, 1872, and we shall have a
j. iwiueus i
Senator Sumner, father of
the Republican party and for
years chairman cf the Sen-
ate Committee on Foreign re-
..,""v" "uovt " 3
position, to the .President's
swindling San Domingo'annex
ation scheme. It remains .to
seen whether Sumner will
quietly pocket this insult and
tamely submit to the humilia
tion and disgrace thus sought
be placed upon him, by the
administration and ;its pimps
his contumacy in danner to
oppose the favorite scheme of
I l -r-ri .
sereue mgnness u lyssus 1st.
From our knowledge of the
man we are inclined to think
Sumner will not surrender at
discretion but will carry the
war into Africa 'and make it
uncomfortably hot for the Ad
ministration and its corrupt
and criuging lackeys and sup
porters. Look out for lively
Senator Cameron of Pennsyl
vania the worst corruptionist
iue age -ne who wag dis
missed from Lincoln's Cabinet
because of hia dishonesty is
Sumner's successor as Chairman
the .Senate Foreign Committee.'
The Holmes county Farmer,
Wayne county Democrat, Vin
ton Enquirer, Hocking Sentinel,
Marion Mirror, Stark county
Democrat,, Kenton Democrat,
Putnam Sentinel, Mt. Vernon
Banner, and , Fremont Messen
ger are for the. . nomination of
Pendleton and Ewing for Gov
ernor and Lieutenant Governor.
Cleveland Plain Dealer, -
Chains v. Whiskers. A
young man" having 'asked "of a
friend how it was "that f Mr.
Jones had black hair and white
whiskers, was told that it 'waB
simplest thing in the world,
the gentleman had never
given his brains any , work;
what with-eating"nd -talking,
his whjskcw Xjcyer had Any!'
rest. :i ' .i' , .
A man was recently inform
just beforeahis' marriage
Lis bride had fallen heir
$300,000, but ho let the
ceremony go on just mc same.
The Beauties of Protection.
VTlie', people pf the .United
States, consumed -in 1870, "thip
ty-six mplion - bushels of . .salt.
Upon this satt was levied and
collected a tariff of $7,200,000,
as shown by the records in the
Treasury . Department. ' This
tariff increased the price, of
salt about twenty cents on each
ousnei, wnicn ine consumera
fiad to pay. . Of this vast Trib
ute to monopolists, the govern
ment and revenue officers re
ceived less than $1, 200,000,
$6,000,000 for the sole use and
benefits of Salt, Kings, which
the people had to pay to carry
out the wicked designs pf a
wicked Congress. The duty
on salt averages nearly 200 per
cent, and shows how a Radi
cal Congress can salt the people
for the benefit of its pets.
"Well, if the neople will vote
for Radical men and measures,
they deserve to be oppressed
by these cut-throat policies,
The great questions presented
to the American people are the
success of Radicalism and the
oppression and crippling of the
industries of the country, or the
success of Democracy and the
equalization , of the burdens of
the government and the conse
quent reduction of taxes. These
questions must be met and de-
Clded. . .:...-'(
From the Ottumwa (Iowa)
Democrat; we clip ' the follow
ing generous indorsement ;of
Pomeroy s , Democrat, printed
in- New : York'; city; ". and ' its
management: iv ii
PoMJOro. "Brick" PqnYe
rov has failed aain!' Instead
of having one million -r subscri
bers for the ;year 1871, he ha3
only two hundred and fift3r
tnoneancv V, , ;." ;f , -.
"A word fit two about 'Pom-
eroys Democrat is -not' dutf; of
r,UnD 1,rp wrz:. iMir.d ::' ..;
Mcn'j'an'd .'b'rethj9n 'i: there
should 'be moFe'" of u!Bi-icTc''
Pomeroy 's papers' pircul'atcd
through the country. .
It is a large and well, print
ed sheet, equal in point of ty
pography to any journal in the
world. It is in fact a credit to
the good taste and sound sense
of the Democracy that they
have so well patronized Mr.
Pomeroy, that he has been , en
abled to bring it out' to .its
Then it is soundly . Demo
cratic. . ,
It is ably conducted. Pome
roy has a reputation which
reaches as far as the Lngluh
language is read. . ,
Hi3 editorials are sharp, cut
ting and argumentative. '
He employs at a large ex
pense some of the best writers
He is doing all that ho can
for the success of your princi
Let clubs be formed at eve
post-ofiice where there are
Let clubs be formed at every
post-office in Vinton county.-
Specimen copies can be seen at
For the best White Zend
go to Stronf'n Drug Store.
The article published in this
paper two weeks ago under the
heading of '.'A Man Drowned
while being IJaytised, which
we clipped- ftora " an exchange
paper, was a base falsehood, as
we learn, from the Cincinnati
Christian, Standard. ' ' There
was not even an accident at
the tho time he was baptized.
Sweet Potatoes. Do you, want
tho bost quality, of Swoot Potatoes
for Seed? .Read hq advertisement
of Levi Wtman, id this paper," and
go and got; a-lot., '.lie can furnish
plants by the hundreds and thous
anas during tbo flcason: . ,
' I Garden and Flower Seedj, r..:,:
of all kindsfor ealb at- tbia . ofllco
CalL and feeo jthom-; ' (,-: si i-'l t
' " How, tft ,get',i .'fine '.'.Picture,
" L "'W ' f'rt "!
ior notmng.r f oeo, nras page
of this ; paper. ,,'-4 ,,:' ;
Printed J usticc's Dockets
for sale- at this office. Come
and see them 1
Tfc nnnH: nf .IV. TiV TMt
S is - again represented
in Aejnarts-by I Aiton,
the junior of the firm: He is
taking advantage of a decline
in prices of all classes of Goods
and ;will bring on a grand ) as
QUI K 1 11 VII V 1VI IU IO OVUWUl HUlVtJ
- i, t - i ,
meycanscuas emeiy low
a . n. ,i a ..'til
njjuica. wcu icoujr viau
their House and see the beau-
tiful styles of reasonable eroods.
M'Arthur Christian Church.
uo 1U.0 tu j ju.,i
meeting cioaea wo were trnaoio to
obtain acomplcto jwt ot members
aaaoa to me congregauon. ims
H VVOt UV1UTVI fV Vtk W tUtt(3U I O III
laying the samo beforo our numcx-
ous readers :
Snnili Florence j
Dorull (irlnics; .
Mrs Uenry Itoinoklsj
SiiniiiKl It lillnm ;
Jercmluh T Ilurroni
Marion ( hiiiimun;
Cyrna 1 JtcmiPtt;
Jbliuunn Snyiloi ;
(itwrge W Hison;
W D Gold:
Vn...m. I'l. ...... U.
Airs l.nuio Kuynouls)
jiyam iiook; -
1 IIriiolt I Took j
Miiry M Herron;
Mm Hornea Itwid;
Mr M. ChaiiQiuj
Amandn II Ltintz;
Mury I. Giluinu;
KKlMsrt Ho wen;
Mury F Keilil;
C P Word :
seven were reclaimed; andtwo uni-
ted from tLo Baptists. Tbirty-cight
1 . o
were heads of families, flvo wcro
, . " ' "
unacr mo nCO 01 tWCntV-Ono. and
Only tWO Were Under fiflOOa . TOarS U
. t i.x j. i
Ol Age., j MISt 4-iOrq S CUVy. WO may
add that Ucnry Bobo was baDtised
Urr V,1n, P.ll!of- ,u
ujf umvi imnoivi, uiuo tuaixiug vuo
' . i . i i
.whole nnmbor sixty, who have re-
ppntlw iinifnrl .uritK fi,li :
CCDtly unitCU . WHO. tbO LuriBtian
I : inroh i
WI are uddor obliffations to U.
Levi Wtjian for a low' mosscs of
fine Sweet Potatoes, dolivorod atour
house yesterday. It is a bucccss-
ful farrobr and Jcnowi how to faiso
tbo poat bwoct rotatooa
' ' Balwu's Magazine for ArRii..--.
Tfid . April nurrjor ot this' superb
family magazino is already saucd
and commas, a list ol contents. such
as will 'plcaso every one, old and
youriff. ' ;Tho Eivalsbn tlio Deep" j
the prico of tho wholo magazine.
It is. tho beet story that has boen
written this rear; But all tho tales
in ''Ballou's Maprnzino" nro crood
inomCS OS XaiDOl, bO UOOgrCSS at.,
Boston, nro tho nublishcrs. but
"Bnllfin'B Mftrrnzinft" In fnr-anU nt
an uio periodical depots m tnecoun- .
i IP A4 A
per yen: on" i. i clukoJ will
"Tho Monthly Novolctto" for $3.00.
Th9 best Perfumery ia McArthw
M'Arthur Christian Church. New Firm---New Store---
Tho now firm of J. A. Mabtin k
Co., at Zaleski, ns will bo seen by
.... ,y. v.uv-.uunv ... j-ujvi , I
hnira niwnnd n NTaw Vnmilv Hrnporv
. t . . o tVl .... . I
Old Stand, whoro they aro prepared
to supply tho peoplo far and near
with cboico Groceries and Frovis-
ions, and also a fine riHSortmont of
Liquors. They buy all kinds of
TV ' 1 I n .a I
rroauco, or exenango gooas lor tno
oau.u. x.. .ivw u mifju unu i.uau
stocic ot everything, ana sell at low
prices, and tho peoplo should pat
On Sunday morning about
11 o'clock, Mr. Charles Brown
was passing along the road
near Mr. E. D. "Wolfs residence
when Mr. Wolfs Jack, which is
kept in the field on the South
side of the road, suddenly
jumped upon and broke the
gate down and ran against Mr.
Brown and threw him to the
ground, and began to bite . him
about the neck and 'mouth and
the arm and wrist in as savage
manner as a dog. Mr. Brown
called for help; and it was very
fortunate that two persons
Messrs. ,U.' S. Claypoole and
F. M. Dowd happened' to be
within eight and hearing dis
tance. They ran to his assist
ance and had much difficulty
ia getting' Hhe vicioi'8 animal
away from Mr. Brown. ' ' Mr. p.
Viras ' immediately removed ' to
his j residence' and Jbig'wounds,
wjiich aro very, .scyero, , Were
dressed by Drs.' A) Wolf and
D. Vi" llannells, Mile is slow
recovering, and it will be sev
eral weeks beforo he willjbc
ablcjio go about. i
In the Flames.
'1 he Times dflice. asxmost b
Fortunately, we saved our
books and subscription lists.
a"d nparJy a lull hie ot the pa-
Per. an uuuinuu wo lmiiicu
I . .. .. . .
ontono smau canmecann bdoui
fif. .p m
..J y ..
au we coum get 0ut ot , the Ot"
Our three presses, all the
stands, racks, minosim? stones,
W00(i tyPe and other material,
(lestroved. Uar Inrcre cv
.i""-" . ' n r
. d m f,.om the third
fl nJ lie9 jn the celar in
f , mentg( It wa3 impossible
to save any of the forms, as
they had been partly torn down
and could not be locked up.
i miry minutes atter tue nre
i. -i ., . - . .
was discovered it was impossi
ble to enter : the office. The
labor of years, and the trouble,
which printer will well under
stand, of assorting , and arrang
ing ah' office'fov all kinds of
work, was thus swept away in
a moment. "In a short time,
however, with new presses and
new : type, we will again be
marching on. Portsmonth
A1LKOAD COITIING !
frniF7V T WDTl VATI?
' .. .
T Stu rl'" fi,. "JV10. ?ft,on batuhday,
i Maruh A 1WI, nt 1 o'clock r. n., upon -the
rrumisfs. in MoArthnr. oiiio, in-imt nds. st7,
KH, 8711, 2M.lSl,U, M, SHI 27. 288, , und hh
" ' to oouui ma or u. via & win
vmeu-ry. Terms nc-tliird nh in linndi
iiiiianco 111 tnreo moiitim wiin n per ocnt. inmr-
'Ht, with approved security, and conveyance at
LotNo.a.88f.2R8ln(i1s8!). 'ni no omin
together. tSo. . i!W, , WB. m.m, and
aw, aim ine n action noicnoa 01 xo win o or
,t,i l'crcil toRutlier reserving the prlvlloBO of cell-
ihb ixt noi i78.2i9.wa.8iii.ia3nnrtt.j to the
J i"ieo6 01 uiu M. n. iiiiiiT.n. io mm to cum
temcU-ry or any party iuteiesUl, between now
uu vne uouroi BUiu.
TTTflQ H tlA VIA
ATANSEMONB SWEET . P0TA
1 run annnly Uia Deoolo durini the season
with the' '
KitttMfmnnd Mirtti Ptilntnp fur httllnn nt flirt
L'r!!:!J.H?r:,?L?,,?r: ')H',,"" 5 ,es" vm
Swect lotuto Plants.
I enn fut'nlsh tho ucoule' wltli elioleo Plants.
aming ii!0oiwm, or unui unazvtiitnt -
ONLY 25 CENTS PEE 100. j
Plants sliii.pcd to order fonnv point In (rood
My resident In one mllo south of. MoArtlihr,
cnu upon or uuun'ss t
Mttrli2,.lb7j-tos , .... . McArthur.O.
tJ. .n V. i w-uj j. j
IN ZAIjESKI ! ,
At ruillips: old stand, on miiiii istrcct,
Pnlr. Y.la mnfltnH nt Imflnrmhlv fhnlr fl'lnilfli:
and tliu (ipoplo ol vuuou touuty in gunt'iiii
. . . ask
LIQUOB & PEOTISION STOKE I
"J'l -Hl keep couHtantly onlmnd a lnrgo utock
"r5,creA 1 rovlslons
nm nil Irlmlfl nf iha .
CHOICEST IiaUOES! .
of which will be fold at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES I1
Awornv t osh Ihr erervtliinr we bur wc
ftlnnra cxix ot to proenro them at low Dilcti.
auil we iiuenu to tell ail our uootlii. .
Choapor tnan'thejr pan fc9 Furohascd
Give ns ft cull, and we will Bntlfy you.
3ry dciori,llon kea m exchange for
, J. A. MAETIlf & CO.
SUilt qf Ohio. VMon CoHntV,lK
Abraham Wilber, Plaintiff, i
Oenrgo W. Bowun ot. id. Prfcndsnta.
Vinton County Court orcommon I'loaa. Or-
a or oi saie.
Purnuan t to the command of an Order of Bnln In
thei.lmve rmie losncd from tho Court o( Com
mon Finn of Vinton county, and to mo dlrwUxl
Hhoriir of aiiid county, I will offer for mile
tlio door ol' the Court Iioiikr, In tlo town of
McArthar, Vlulon coutity, Ohio, on
Monday, the 24th ,T)ay of
April, A. JJ. 1871,
nt the hour nf 8 o'clock p. M. of wild day, tlie
lul lo wl n b doicrl hud nrem I tea, to-wl 1 1
In-lot Numlier Twenty two (aa.) Twontv
throe (23.) nnd Twenty-four (24,) ami Olit-lnU
Nnmlicr (ipven (7). Klulit (8.1 NlnelO.) and Tmi
(10.) In tbo Ton u of 1'rutUvine, Viutou county,
Tiiken an the property of nald Dercndnnta tn
KntiHlyailwrnoof atoremtld Court, , In favor of
Apprninnd at Six Hundred and Elg'itv -four
Polliira (ttOHt.00,) and mutt bring two-thlrd of
Tmtatt of Salb. Caah Jn hnnd.
Hhirln" Viutou Co., O.
II. C. Jokp., Att'y for WIT.
March , ltf71,-6w 11
In the Flames. NOTICE
INTENTION TO BUILD A BRIDGE.
NOTICE la hereby Riven, In nnraunncp of law,
of the Intention or tho Coiniuissloourt of Vinton
county, Ohio, to build a
Bruihy Fork of Jlaicoon Cfcch,'-
At tho troaalnR of tho Mc Arthur and Lowii
Ivufld, near the rosideiien of Tliomaa Johnaton.
lu au Township, und that
atltiriaj fot and narrioriatmnoea
1 ' . . Agalnal .
' ' - 1 f, , t - . i . ' i
thebnlldlnptonbnaaine will ho eoiisblereil If
uica in tno Auditor vmpt or aula bounty, on
or beforo , . , . r
Saturday, the 22J Day. 'of, April, A.
D. 1871. ' '
By ordcrof CoinmlaalmicTsi
Miuch 13, leTl-Vw
J tlons unt tcrt bj niftll. I'IiOmi In! n(nl 0(B
V OKOKQE 8TINSOM A t'O., rortlnnj.'lUlfn,
$5 TO $WPm I)Ay
MEN, WOMRll,; Vbri ln mKL9 who ifyW
.... ..... Lmu. f.u J,.i i1 ;fu
The oliluft nnil host condnctnil Mercantile College
the Cuuntrv. ' Fur cln-nlnni. writs to
. - I'.DUFF 4BON8, PltthnrBh, V
t.IIarer'a .Edition'" of DUFT'
BonkKtptnK. 400 pp. The mut eeinnre-
iienMivu wiirit iuDiianel. .:iDlalim MutlouM Jlil
Kail Knfirt Iliink-kospinir, 4o.
Hand nnd JI nclilno Sewing
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS
From NO. 8 to No. 100 Inclusive.
All Scalers in Dry Goods and Notions
BLGOMINGTON, ILL NURSERY
19lh YMir. (KM) Ann. 1J O roenhoilf e. Ijr'
out AMnrtmrnt nil ellrn, Host Htorkt I)W PricH
Won hi roil know w'il, when, Hnwtoplsnil Fruit,
Bhiwle. 'F.veroreen Tre. Hnnt Omflfc Hredllnge.
Outre rinnm, Apple Hred, Enrly H" I'olalmii,
Mirnlrf, kiwf.. (ircennoiisfl una unnien rin..o,
Fliiwiir and VnarTAni.il Sr.ttm'. Finr.t. Jlr.t Cnl
lection Sortsnnd nnnlllvl Bond 10 cent, lur New,
Illii.trntert. rpi.erlptle Cetslinnii 90 pire. Semi
stnmn. flftph. for Cntfilnpup. of Seedff. wllh nlflln dl
reotions pReii; RriMfnfl nnd n.rden Plnntii !I2
pnppii. nnd M'liolcBle Trice 1.1st J4 pnges. Address
t K. ril(K3ilA, lilooinington, Illinois.
A 1. Alt' HOKAC'R WATK1IS,
a viifiti vuer. m itrn,iiri.v. n.y
will disiiosenf One Hundred l'liuios, Meloilo
oiib. nnaOrirmiH of nix flrt-elaH nmkciK. In-
ciii'linii wuirrv, at exireinoiy low prinea, ii.r
eiudi. dnrlni tills mouth, or will taken, pnrt
cusii unit iiiiliiuce in mouuuy or quarterly in
"TVR. S. FITCH'S Family riiynlelen i 90 pa(rea;
J. a sent dv mm rroe. lrnomi ni.wtiienre aiiiiiA-
otHfaof Ihejiorson; nliln, lialr, oyea, compleiloa
writo to 714 uroaawoy, new 1 oi .- '
1812.PEIISI0NSI PEN8I0NEil Pniioni!8 12
For nn niithorlKcu copy, liliinks nnd Inslruc
timm fiildreyA' with 3 cent' utamp, -WM. K.
l'RESTON. Army and Nary Aifeut. Clovcland.
TISK THK "VKGETAnrF
Tlio old NtiinUiiril ivjuoily lor louirh, t olds,
Oinsiiinptlon. "Nothing ' bottor." trn.Ka
linos. & Co., Jloston. , . ; .2-4w
T . Cramvton'a Iaiverlal
, Try It. CIIAUl'TON
una Paaad ar rramw
i linnndr Hnnp will mnke twelve iunrl
; of Hnndnome MolV Hi. op. Ak yaarOrn
VK V V and Try if. lkajii'to.i
UltOTHERH, Si Front tit.. New York.
EMPLOYMENT for ALL.
AQA SALARY PER WEEK, mill OX-
q'fM; senses, io sen our now and uclul uio
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Constipation, Inward l'Vlus, Fnlbwias of tha
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lielloleuov of rrplralMia, Yeltownet ef the
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