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TOWN AND COUNTY.
SATURDAY, October 4, : a : j1O1.
TERmms oF TIlE N .wg AND JIM"IRALD.
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Winnsboro, S. C.
Rur.RoAn SCIomuIErxa.-The follow
Ing is the present schedule of arrivals
on the C. C. & A. Railroad, upon tite
basis of Washington Vtime, which is
sixteen initutes fistler than Wi nnsboro
DAY PASSENGER-GOING NORTH.
Colimbia, 10.48, a. im.; Blythtewood,
11.88; Ridgeway, 11.57; 8impson's,
12.12, p. in.; Winnsboro, 12.28; Ad
ger's, 12.42; Wlhite Oak, 12.50; Wood
ward's, 1.02; 3lackstock, 1.08; Ches
ter,~1.38; Charlotte, 4, p. m.
NIGHT PASSENGERI-GOINI SOUTII.
Chestdr, 2.41, a. in.; Cornwall's;
3.05; Blackstock, 3.16; Woodvard's,
3.22; White Oak, 3.35; Adger's 3.44;
Winshoro, 3.57; Simpson's, 4.13;
Ridgeway, 4.30; Blythewood, 4.48;
Columia= , 6.37; Augusta, 9.45, a. 1n.
-These trains stop only at the fol
lowing stations het ween Oharlotte and
Columbia: Fort Mills, Rock Hill. Ches
ter, Wintisboro, Ridgeway, Blythe
wood. Other stations are recognized
as "flag stations."
FREIGIIT TRA IN-GOIN NOirIi.
Columbia, 5.30, t. m.; Blythewood,
6.45; Ridgoway, 7.20; Wtinsboro,
8.30; Woodward's, 9.50; Coriwall's
10.26; Chester, 11.05; Charkotte, 3,15,
FREIGHIT TRAIN-GOING sO9tfr.
Chester, 9.05, a. in.; Coriwahll's,
-10.25; Blackstock. 10.45; Woodward's,
11; Winsboro, 12.15, P. in.; Ridge
way, 1.30; Blythewood, 2.15; Coluim
-These freight trainis have a coach
attached and run dily, Sundays ex
The ElephAnt Has Comne-J. 0. Boag.
To the Public-F. Elder & Co.
Fresh Groceries-D. I. Flenniken.
Clothing-M. L. Kinard.
Now Jowelry-Connor & Chandler.
Suminons-GailIlard & Reynolds,
Town Ordinance-E. S. Chandler,
Clerk of Council.
famnily reCturned( On Friday mnortning
from Kentucky, whore thley hadl~ been
spenditng the sunmmer.
We were somewhat mistaken as to
the weight of that heavy bale1 of cot
ton. It weighled seven hunldre~d and
three pounds instead of seven hutndred
and thirty as published.
Some cotton shipped a few days ago
from Witnnsboro to Columbia at $1.26
per bale was reshtipped from Colum
bia to Norfolk att $1.50 perbalo0. Aitd
yet, somehow, the Chariot to, Columlt
bia atnd Augusta Railroad Company
say that a dollar and a quarter a bale
f'om Winnsboro to Columbia is onl y
a living rate.
M. L. KINAnn.-The advertisement
of Mr. M. L. Kinard, of Columbia, ap
pears ini this issue of TIIE N~ws AND
1[mALn. It is perhaps unnecessary to
introduce him to thte people of Fair
ild, as to many if not most of them
he Is already well knownt. For many
years he has done a good business ini
Columbia-of wvhich fact no better
evidence couild be given than that
while many other houses have gdne
down under te financial depressloon
of te'past few years ho has weathered
every storm atnd now does a safe and
flourishing business. is present
stock Is wvell selented and will be sold
-at satisfactory prices.
RELIGIoUs.--Services may be ex
peeted in the different churches to
morrow as follows:
Associate Reformed Church-Rev.
W. H. Millen, 11 A. M.
Elpiscopal Church-Rev. J. Obear,
11, A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. IH. B.
Pratt, 11, A. m. and 54, P. M. Sunday
Sehtool, 9A A. Br. Prayer Meeting,
Wedntesday, 5i, P. M.
Methodist Church-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11, A. Bi., and 8, P'. Mr.
Sunday School, 10, A. xi. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday at 8, P. I.
Union prayer meeting in te Baptist
Church every Tuesday at 7i, p. m.
""Eiltist Church-The Rev. T. W.
Mellichamp wvill lecture this afternoon
*at 4 o'clock, and preach to-morrow at
11 o'clock, A. M.
NEw ADVERTIsEMENTs.-Mess. Con
no Chandler publish their new
advertisement In this issue, mentlining
*some of the articles they have now lig
b Store. Their assortment of goods'Is
Mr .1 0. B~oag Isti received his new
fail stock, ;4dItis-weli wdrth an its.
spectlon. Ninfie, reoently renewed
and remodeled1 s qaite, at attractive
Mr.A i1~%.v 6ues the
which will be d~
selecob' The ascs'wI e
fo h s ac o Aatioeti n ~JI
* altn ottram.
fronlt, wilh thir 1 fall advertisement.
Th'eIr stok of goods consisting of at
tinost everything a party ever vants to
buy, is fresh and well-selocted, and
they promise to sell quite as chea) as
anybody. A visit to their bstablish
ment a few days ngo Showed that it. is
well stocked, and, judging from the
number of purchasers present, some
new orders for goods will soon have
to be sont.
REPORT OF Till. TOWN CLEMK.-The
following is the monthly stateient of
the Town Clerk and Treasurer for
Sept. 10-To aint. borrowed of
of V innsboro Nation
Sept. 27-T. W. Rabb, Agent,
3 months License. . 37.60
Sept. 30-Street Licenses...... 3.50
Sept. 1-Balance due Clerk as
per last statenent.. . .$ 10.28
Sept. 11-Aiount paid F. F.
E. Co............... 3.00
Sept. 25-Wbo. Pub. Co...... 5.00
Sept. 27-Abram Monroe to
Oct. 1, two months.. 20.00
Sept. 30-Dave (Goins. ........ 10.00
Sept. 30-L. Poteet........... 30.00
Sept. 30-Work on Streets.... 6.0
Sept. 30-Cleaning Town Hall 1.50
Sept. 30-Balance ............ .150.52
THEE FTAMPTON RIF.LE GUARD.
Celebration of Their Third Anniversary-A
Very Pleasant Occasion.
On last Tuesday this company cele
brated Its triennial birthday under a
most beautiful sky, both politically
and otherwise, at Dr. Palmer's wood,
by contesting In a most spirited mani
ner for four handsome prizes-the
f1th being a genuine tin cup for the
worst shot. After the usual three
rounds were fired, the Judges, namely,
Col. B. E. Elkin, Col. It. C. Davis
Col. R. G. Lamar, Capt. Noah
Ithine and Mr. E. (. Palmer, Jr.,
dloe'eed that Sergeant McQuatters tind
Private Haynes had tied for the first
and second prizes, and Messrs. Des
porlps, Bolick, Lowther, H1arrison, C.
Walker, F. Walker, Barnes and Jo
seph Simpson for the third and fourth.
Single shots were fired by these gei
tlemen with results as follows:
1st prize-Sergeant McQuatters.
2nd prize-Private Haynes.
3d prize- Private F. Walker.
4th prize-Private C. Barnes.
5th prize (best "over the lefL?)-Pri
vate Robt. Lamar.
Private C. Walker honorably men
tioned as having made the best single
Maj. C. E. Thomas presented the
prizes in a most happy manner, his
remarks eliciting three rousing cheers
for the speaker at their close.
The ladies were out in their beauty,
andl their viands were scarcdly as ac
epltable as their presence--but both
combined were irresistible. D)A~os.
A FRESH SUPPLY* OF -
With new additions arriving daily.
Choice New Orleans Molasses. fine Syru ps,
Sugars of all grades. Rio and Java Coffee,
green or roasted, Choice Family Flour.
Also, agent for the best Flour in the mar
ket-iedmont "Patent Flour"-it has no
equaJ. Cream Chieese and Macaroni,
Crackers and Cakelt of all kinds, Soap,
Soda and Starch, Well Buckets, W~ater
Buekets, Brooms, WVelI Ropo and Cotton
Rope, Bacon, Bagging andl Ties, Lard in
Barrels, Cans and Buckets, best Sugar
Cured Hams, lRed Rust-Proof Oats. Seerd
Rtyo and Barley. Nails, Axes, Hlorse and
Mule Shoes, Axle Grease, White WVine and
Cider Vinegar, Smoking and Chewing To
bueco, ilaisinis, Currants and Citron.
Canned Goods of all kinds--Salmon,
Hardines, Tromatoes. P'eaeh es, Pine Apple.
Mixed Pickles, Chow-Chow, Pepper
Sauce and Mustard.
A fine selection of Boots a nid "Shoes
CHEAP FOR CASH.
CALL AND BE CONVINCE~D.
P. II. LENNIKEN.
M. L KINARD,
OPPOSITE the WIIEELERl HOUSE,
HAS received the largest stock of
Clothing thiat has over been in Columbia,
and is selling at
* OW PRICEM.
'Elegant Oheviot and English Cassinmere
Suits made in the latest istyles. Aliso, a
fine line of Soft and Stlfr Hats, and a well
selected line of Over Coats, -o Fur Beav
era, lDlsters, Kerseys, aiba Mens.
Call and Examina ty stock efore pyar.
is, with. the efpo ~ pent, and
would be pleaesdt sedhis fknds wi
cot 4-3m "s.'1bR, O..
CiMOKU14O and Ohewo Tobacedo,'a di
k(igars of the fineh$ a
't. tye WVhiskey, Ale ~e~iand
,L oda Water for sale b ~ ,
rj 'I1l1 following section of an Ordi
nancIIUe passed on the let of March,
1878, is published by order of Couatcil:
SEeroN VI. lie ft utrther ordaiined,
That ailly persol or persons who shall
run, ride or <rive any horse or horses
Rt a rapid rate through any of the
streets, or siil ride or driv., u30pon aly
of the side walks of Said streets, or
sIIIll hitch li horse or miule to a1ny
fimece or post in such a way as to oli
struct said side walks, shall be fined
['rom 0110 dollar to t wenix dollars inl
each case, according to tfie discretion
of the Intendant.
The Police have orders to arrest all
iolators o' this Ordinance.
.E'. S. CIlANDLER,
oct 4 Clerk o' Council.
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Eilizabeth Wood and Ohadiah Boulwaro
by George Ii. Mc~e.st r, his Guardian
ad Liltti, Plaintiffs, against V. It. Boul
ware, Androw 1mlwar;', Adldie White,
Judy Eubnniu, Berry Ioulwarc, Flotch
er Ioulwaro and It. J. F. W. Coleman,
Defendants.-- opy uninons for Rolief.
Complaint not Served.
Lo the Defendants abovo namod:
OU nre hereby siiuioned and re
guired to answer tho coim plaint in
his action, wi'hi oh is filed in tho offico of
he Clerk of Cowmmon Pleas for the uaid
Jounty, and to servo a copy of your an
wer to the said eninplaint on the sub
:cribers at thou ofilce, No. 1, Bank
ang, Winnsboro, S. 0., wilhin twenty
lays aftor the service hereof, exclusivo of
he day of such service; and if you fail to
nswer the complaint within the time
foresad, the plaintiff in this notion will
,pply to the Court for the relief domiand
d in the compla 1..
GAILLAID & REYNOLDS,
Dated October 8, 1879.
W. H. Kunti, [1,. 1.]
C. u. C. P. F. 0.
oct 4-flaw% fwSat
101111r & Chanidler,
IAVE ENLARGED THEIR STOCK OF
Making it entirely unnecesawiry for their
ustoiers to go outsido of Winnsboro for
ny article in their line. They pledge
hemsolvos to give advantages in rogard to
i'AIIETY, QUALITY AND PRICE.
Extra fine artieles which the market
vill not justify in istook, will be iroeured
n short notice,
RLOBEiRTfSON, TAYLOR & CO.,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Jotton Factors, WYholosalo Grocers and
General Commission Merchant
1 & 3 IlAYNE STR EET,
Charleston, S. 0.
Will give all burinosa their naost careful
,ttention. Consignmeonts of cotton so
A choice lot of Sugar - Oured
HTams, ar choice iot' of Breakfast
:trips, Fresh Cheese and Cracekers,
Fresh Cakes and Candies, Fresh~
atned Goods of all descriptions,
F1rcsh Potted M~eats of all kinds
F.eah Pickles,- Jellies, &c., LO~
FOR CASHI. WV. H. DONLY,
sept 30 - On the Corner.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Periodical or Bi1ious Fovr &o. andine
all the afreetions whtol ar~se knom malari.
one, marsh, 0r mlanmatio poisons.
This is a compound remedy, prepared with
scientific skill from vegetablo ingredients, whioh
rarol'y fails to eure the severest oases of Chilla
and Fever andth concomitant disorders. Suet
a remedy the necessities of the peoplo in mala,
rious disti'iets demand, Its greatsuperiority
over any other medicine yetcdiscovered for the
cure of Iitormittents is, that it contalas no qut
nine or mineral, and those wrho take it are fret
from danger of quinism or any injurious eofects,
and are as healthy af'ter using it as before. Ii
has been extensively employed during the last
thirty years in the treatment of these distressing
disorders, and so unvarying has been its suecess
that It has gained the reputation of being infl
liblo. It can, therefore, be saflsy recommended
as a sure remedy and specifie for the Fever and
Ague of the West, and the Chilis and Never 0f
the South. Iteoonnteradts the miasmatio poisen
in the blood, anid frees the system from it. innlu.
once, so that fever and ague, shakes or chills,
onceebroken tup by it, do not return until the
disease is again contracted.
The greitt variety of disorders which arise n'om
the Irritationof this p~oison, such as. Nenraigia,
Ilheumatistp, Gout, Headache, Blindness,
'koetaho~ Earache, (Jatarrh, Astha9* Pal
jittIgn, Stnio A froottons, Hysto Ie Pam
in the i16t ela, Collo, Paa1~ ani Mage,
6t the Utioh, all of Whih bece tetermit,.
tent or pdriddical, have no speedier reme dy than
Avsa's Aas Cony, which cures them at falike,
ad protects thOsyutom fom nature attaokd. As
a preventive, It is of immense service in liuof
comnitieis Whore Fevor and 4se prvis, as
it stays the deyeloppnt:0f ttle d~artaken
on the Airst ppoh of til prfi~gnp.
tems. Ktotes andl teorasI eware
#t$lI ey'er suffre if te' i oia1% of the
brotection'thie remue~d eb
$is an excelistr. :s~ itstlmnulatesthiaru
01L it Ar~, unnW sra v an
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''IIE FAIIM DEPARtTMENT
of the Weekly lHprald gives the latest as
well as the most practical svggestions and
discoveries relating to the dutios of the
farmor, hints for raising cattle, poultry,
grains, trees. vegetables &e., &o., with
suggestions for -kooping buil-lings and
farming utensils in repair. Tbis is sup
plemnented by a well-edited dopartment,
widely copied, under the head of THE
HOME, giving recipes for practical dish
es, hints for making clothing and for
keeping up with the latest fashions at the
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iatost fashions. The Home Dopartment
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age devoted to a1ithe latest phases of the
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the specially reported prices and condi
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THE NEW YORK Hf ERALD IN A WEEK.
LY FORM,ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
Broadway and Ann Ftreet, New York.
ARRIVING EVERY DAY.
. M. BEATY has just returned
from New York, and we agre now re
ceiving a stock of Dry Goo~ds and
Notions, Clothing and Hats, hoots
and Shoes, Groceries, &c., which
was carefully selected, mai bought
at the -
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
We ask, not only our eu tomers, but
the whole community, o call, and
examine our goods.'
J. M. BlEA Y & CO.
ri HE undersigned would call especial
I.. attention to their newly-reocived
FALL AND WIETER1 GOODS.
These goods have beelt seleted with
special reference to lhe wants of this
markcet, and will be soldiat
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
The stock consists of toe many articles to
be enumerated in enadvertisement An
examination can alone satisfy purchasers.
A call from purchasers is respectfully
SATISF"ACTION Ot RIANTEE~D.
P. L4DECKE & BuD.,
Congress street, one dor outh of Morris'
Hoetel, Winnsboro, S. C.
lESS 1* ODS -
DRESS GOO S
DRESS G ODS I
W E would respectfu Iy invite an
inspection of o - Stock of
Dress Goods by the la ies of Winne
boro and vicinity. . Our stock con
sists of Iron,.frams Olenadines, All
Wool Buntings, Lap. Bunting,
Dentelles, Beige, J'4uen Lawn,
Pacific Lawn, Corde Jaconets,
Corded Piques, Sulti s, &c., &c.
A BEAUTIFUL ASS TIENT
of .Brown Linen Dress Goods, with
Laces for Trimming. ur Stock in
sll otker lines is full a comnplete.
4. new lot of White d Colored.
Trim~mings just' ope .d. Second
lot of Cassipieres fro Cha1-lo490.
vlle 'mills opened a feo days sin
A lot of Fans, Parasols ndMsqu~t
po Netting jtust in.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STOOK OF
FALL AND WINTER GODDS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, IVANOY QOODS, AND MILLINERY
Wo.take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public generally,
that we are now opening the fluest and most complete assortmtnt of Fll
and Winter Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all the latest
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings..
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
which will be offorod at very low prices; as we are determined to sell cheap
or than the cheapest, and cordially invite all to call 'and see for thomselves.
I am also agent for the well-known DAVIS, WEED and AMERICAN
SEWING MACHINES. J. 0. '.OAG.
TO THE PUBLIC.
TIE undersigned desire to luform their friends and the public that they have
a complete stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, etc.,
and respectfully invite an examination of the same, before purchasing, as they
"buy no Goods for cash," have not an "unlimited capital," do not sell "at and
below cost," get no "discounts" In buying, by which fteights, Insurance, clertu
lire, rents, etc. are paid; but hope, by adhering to the old adage,
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,"
and by giving close attention to the wants of their patrons, to be able to avoid
an "assignment," and make both ends meet.
THE CELEBRATED "JUNO" CORSET FOR SALE.
WE TAKE this opportunity of informing our customers that Mr.
Grooschel is now in the Northern markets purchasing a LARGE and
CHOICE stock of fall and winter goods.
While others may attempt to HUMBUG the public by a great show aia
parade, WE CONFINE OURSELVES TO SOLID FACTS, and we plo
pose to give our patrons the benefit of all bargains that we ourselves get.
WE DO NOT SELL ONE ARTICLE BELOW COST AND MAKE AN
EXTRA PROFIT ON ANOTHER. We charge a esoqn4blo profit bn
all our goods, and guarantee FAIR DEALING TO ALI'ho may ftvor
us with their custom.
Our regular advertisement with price. list will appear soon, aiid buyers
will save money by studying it.
Mr. A. W. Brown is still with us, and promises groat bargains to allihis
SUGENHIMlVIER & GROESCHEL.
1879,. 'FALL OPENING 1879.
To the People of Fairfield and Adjolin Counties:
I. TAKE pleasure in stating that I have enlarged my business very extensive.
ly, hvbig,moved into the large and commodious store formerly occupied by
Ladd Bros. I amnnow prepared to offer you DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
BOOTS and SHOE, HATS and CAPS, CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
and also a fine line of Tobacco and CigarS at ten per cent. le's than they have
ever been sold in Winnsboro. -
Having a varied experienoband unlimited capital, and buying from firt bands
for cash only, I defy competitions
To farmers buying ptrgely',j * lpoii anyg oodd in stock Atten per cont. Above
New Yrork cost.' 0,68 i' 1 dol4ih per cent. for expenses, liko some of Vy 0om&
itir M sbqts*V LtrdEIhan payfreight.
'b otit for p t 146 ofo t r e 4 e dupu o 4ich
you vi$t e~r t 6buy befor og, t
ORE and oxa 4e n e W be conviuopd
tin~szum \ 'W .
Southern Purclhasers o i anos, 0
gans, Musleal Publicaums and
Small Musical 1118tr ilmt dt
who are alive to th b1.
own interest will
buy from. the
LUDDEN & BAI 4"
MUSIC HOUS E
AUGUSTA, GA. ATLANTA,A.
(leo. 0. toblinson & Co. 0. L. Eh umuller & Co.
0H Al LETON, P. U. OCIAlLO TE N. 0.
0. L. Mqlulenalhan A (o. H pw:t Mudo, House.
JAVK8ONVILLE, FLA. FLA.
A. B Capbel.' -n Brdthers.
V ania I .i ~ rn Muihl6 t'ra
Solid Musical Sotth, 'ad frdin Ulh e nztial
DistrIbulinO Dpi, ith; chas I
Branet 'It n
uniforfn r8,1,1 fid Trms,
Are clraw4 I1 lcp
..sup o t#
A IAGNIrFICENT SUCCESS
Pianos and LOrgus
The only sole of the V nd ooc e~
carried out in the U. P. iO t u til AnU.
ard intrumeta at Factory Rates for .ta&ii, or
Ten of the leadig Mantufactlurers o0 . 8.
have gIven us exci tsiveo'bntre 1 of theit' iW'tru
Itient in he. ?otth, and au ioXlz i,,, I e
for Introduction and Advori iS$,ut,Q 1 It.
and of their best instriunnnts in' re v vo
Southern households at F&tor o j '03!.lo
PIANOS e R $25
a o . Six I . mi '
PIANOS46t Squar O04. . 257
orCse. WI M 9
All guaranteed instrumnen a M1
nn Cox . Fifteen aI, Ti it, 1Hf (V, $Sf
the freight It no aa.o. A :trIl-ost u iotIai t
instrumenL don't suit. Don't, tggper
MASON 'AND HAOtN 'b" 6V8.
0Igrti. Woe laulst
p fced land, DAttest
)ptlil I mt.-A~~vd,
MIrrerTopd enly A00.'
".Pololbt A Pqton
5 1 Stoptos
00ll.chliftes, only $100.
Bond 'for Introndmction a1e Oirculaf' ' i#ng
prices a nd full informellofn
The magniflcent (ihiokeriug, Jiallot ~a
Weber, Mathuiek south~irn Gem, ii anid
Favorlis Pianos, ldauh A Hatmlin, ?etbt A
Pelton andl StorlIng Organs atll included -in this
Atruihents ouf la Cat 9. resrf . Faorn.
Largest selection of M nd trd instruinonti'vor
offered by anly HI~4so.
LSDDPN &' BATES.
18719. FALL 1879.
WE WILL NOfaaUND)ERSOLD I
WE have 'jut e eife"wlage
'nd well assorted "stook ~ 'Dry
Goods of alle kindsLNotihs,"o..
siery, Fancy bGoodspiet".4adsi..
meres,- Jeans, Kmrsefs,:Tldea~d' and
Satinets.' Boote'i and' Shes of lall
kinds' and-at botton prideua 1 "
SPECIAL ATTElNTION;4 ii
We ask sin inpehnpo 9jO,
gant assorbment~ of OInthings;30at
you will bo i'epaid Korti049Mle.
Our stock of Show) inQlplf,1
every respect. , ...*, 4ld
from 25eents to$&.00.I~I "a I'' .
Flannels, WVhiterand d6k16 'We
can't begin to enumer'ate utll'."'Call
and be convinoed.'ota Will" Avwe
money by glvatg t1u a 'call 'Wfore
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sept 80 " ' o
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