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OWN AND COUNTY.
UESDAY, February 17, : s 18so.
TiiRms or TIIE NR.ws AND HERIALD.
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Tiho followlir Is thi scheule of arrivals otn
the C. U & A. Ha iroad, Upon the basis of Wash
ington tine, vikllh Is lbout iXLCI mitites
aliead of Winnsboro time:
Colimbina............10.53 a. in.... 10.48 p. i.
Blyt'hwoo,........ 11.41 a. .11.41 p. m.
Itidgway...........11.59 a. In. 12.011 p. n.
winnsboro......12.3). m5......2.81 n. ni,
nlackstock......... 1.0 p. 1.11 a. mt
Chester............1 11 p. n......... 1.41 ft. In
Chester ........... 1.22 p. i......... 2.41 a. an.
Blasckstock.......... 2.10 p. m......... 8.14 a. m,
Winnsboro.......... 2.50 p. in......... 8. in. i.
31idgeway........... n.20 p' m......... 4.29 a. m
Illythe wood......... 8.88 p,111........ 4 .18 a. ln.
Columbia............ 4.20 p. in......... 5"30 a. In
School Notice-John Boyd.
Theatro-goers, club-visitors, late
supper-takers and patrons of the horse!
railroad owl-trains, should all certain
ly have a bottle ol Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup colveniilt. Genmtlelinl, you
will need it.
Mr. D. E. McMaster returned on
Sunday moriig from Baltimore,
where lie had been engaged in tile
study of medicino at tM Maryland
Physicians' and Stirgeons' College. H-e
will return in September to complete
Quite a large quantity of guano has
been brought to this place during the
last few wecks. From what we can
learn the farmers expect to invest
more largely in fertilizers this year
than they did the last, and we hope
they may make a large profit on their
THE DinIE READIG.-The second
dine reading of the series wvas held
at Mr. D. It. Flenniken's on Friday
evelilng. Owing to the inclellent
weather (lie at telidance wasI not large,
bit the eveninig passed very pleasantly.
The next reading will be held at tie
same place two weeks fr1om Friday
The work on the colored' Methodist
Church is beinig rapidly pushed for
wardi and the members hope ore long
to assemlbl in their ne(w house of
wvorship. Our colored friends certaini
ly deserve great credit for their zeai
and enlergy in building such a large
and comfortable .church so sQon after
the lire that destroyed their former
one0. When completed, the present
.Church will comp~ar'e very favorably
with any ini the town i.
A San. DEATH.-Intelligence was5 re
ceived eon Monday mnoring of the sud-I
den death of Mrs. J. B. Mabhley, w~ho
wvas residing in Johnston Co uaty, Tex
as. .Mrs. Mobley was thme daughter of;
Air. J. M. Elliott, of this plazce, aind
was married iln 1876. in thle latter
part of 1878 she removed with her lhus
band to Texas. She was a lady of fine
qualities of both hleart aiid mind, ant1
to natural talent she had added high
culture. She hlad a lar~ge number of
warm friends in Fairfield, who will all
be deeply paied to learn of her death.
11er faimily, in the severe bereavement
.they have suffered, have tihe heartfelt
symnpathy of these friends, and of our,
TnE TELEGRAPn OFFIcE.-The oflice
of the Western Union Telegraph iCom
pany has been moved back to the pas
senger depot, to the great convenlince
of the people. of Winnsboro. The
office was moved in consequence of a
nisunder'standing between tile two
corporations. Tihe Railroad Company
has for some time been desirous of the
change, but the agreelnent was only
made receiitly, and the o0fice moved
back on Friday. Mr. S. K. McDon
aid, an experienced operator, Is . againi
ini charge. The p~resent mnanagensenlt
of theltoad is much more accommadat
ing than its predecessor was. -As we
have often said, a spirit of liberalIty
wvill pay tenfold. The stock of the
Road is also rising and promises to be
bettor In tihe futuire.
THE B1. P. UNmo.-We learn that
the niemnbers of the JBachelors' Protec
tive Union Intend to hold apreliminary
meeting this evening In the Towvn Hall
and take stops to expel those of their
ilumber who have rendered themselves
obrlilxous to th'u aims and principles
of the organization. The Union
is'not in a triving condition just at
prosemht; for~ at loaet two-thiirds of the
members have rendered thxemselves
liable to the penalties presdribed Iin the
article of the constitution providing
*for .expulsion. We say this without
tear, favor .or affection, reward or the
hope3)0of reward. 'There 'have been eon
tirely too .many "moonlight drives"
for- the good of the Union, and Art. 8
of sthe copsitution, known as the
coandy andesoda-water rule," has be
COmel a dead lettor, and hence has no
nhding ef fiie$ upon the members.
~rl~allthe grovisions of the consti..
on inost grossly violated,
Algatly so than Art.
construhig thisai tice accordingto its
letter and spirit, the members have
uniforimly construed it in tle light and
sentiment of the national air
"We'll not go home till morning,
We'll not go h1om1e fill miorning,
Well' not go h1o1ne till loriling,
'Till daylight doth lippear."
T HE COTTON MO VEENT.
Shipments from Different tnilroad Stations
iII tilte County.
In response to a circular addressed
to the dilferent agents on the three
railroads passing through Fairileid,
we have received the following state
ments. The first columnu gives ship
Illents fro11 ept 1, 1879 to the 1st of
February. Tihe secoid colunimn gives
te shipments for the same time last
Year, and the third column gives tihe
estimate of bales yet unsold:
Blackstock 1316. 1197. 350.
Wiinlsboro 9132. --. -..
Slheltonl 323. 362. 100.
Strotlher 542. 861. 200.
Littleton 34. 8. 20.
No reiurns have been received Iroin
Woodvard's or from Alston. iack
stock an1d SheltonI are border stations.
But none of the cotton that weit (Ii
rect to Columbia by wagon is estilat
ek. Nor have we receive(d estimates
of cotton still unshipped, of wilich
there are still a large ll1nmbC of bales,
and whi l. will swell the crop several
thoustld Ilmore. Wlen1 we receive
full returns we will publish again,
and in the mean tie request some
friend who is well posted in tihe cotton
trade to take the fIgures given above
and make anl estimate for tihe county.
We are nmuch obliged to the gentle'
mien whllo so kindly furnished these es
DOTS FROMI 'Ufl "DA RK CO RNE R."
News About th, Peoplo's ienth, Their
Schools, Crops, Poltics and So Forth.
[FAmoM AN OCCASIONAL COMIESPONDENT.)
The health of the people inl this
neighborhood is very good, excepting
eonly a few Inild cases of pucnulmlia.
The people have gone well to work oil
their farms. We have a fair prospect
fori agood crop of oats, but wheat is
looking rather badly on account of tle
fly. We hope, however, that the cold
of the past few days will put an
end to the pest. Labor is somewhat
scarcer than it was this time last year,
but it is good. Tihe best of feeling ex
ists between the two races, and home
leaving, hog-stealing and the like seem
to be no more. The colored people
seem to have opened their eyes to their
tint:3 int'erests. Some of them ill this
section are doing very well, owning
goo(l stock, wagons, farming imple
uments, etc. The general outlook
about here is good. Money is more
plentiful than over, and on good paper
it may be obtained at low rates of in
terest. We have t-o splendid schools
iln this nleighlborhood--one conducted
by that highly esteemed genltlemani,
Professor Busby, and the other by that
eqnally esteemled lady, Miss Lizzie
Anderson. if we do not prosper iln
the en~joym-enlt of these golden opplor
tunities, it will be our own fault.
There Is hardly any way to force a
blessing on any one against Ils wish.
"Ask, and ye shall receive; seek, andi
ye shall find."
We hear -but little about politics.
WVe sinlcerely hlope thlat General Gary
anid .our honored Ilamipton, as wvell
as that highly esteemed gentle
mani, Colonel H~askehll wvill discontinue
to agitate thmeir by-gone troubles. The
mlost commlonl ind can see that tis
is 110 time for snch things. We are
told every day of a newv party, and
are conlstantly hearing that thle Demo
cratic party is corrupt, gone to pieces,
anid so on. Probably wve do need a new
party, withl the first article of its conl
stitutionl as follows: For office, take
all transient loafers-such as are too
lazy to work, thlat live on thle charity
of their poor1 kinl, anld spong on1 the
good nature of their poor nlelghbors.
For nlational len'ders of the most abili
ty-those who bess uniderstand the
knotty financial qniestions-take those
who know the least about their own
financial mnanagemenlt. By so doing,
the people that do work and want to
work could do it; and when'they
go to, dinnser or go home at nighlt
thley wvould nlot flind a hungry gray
horse peeling tlheir sh~ade trecs or eat
ing up thleir yard fence, or an old
mule with his back-bone coiming
through the haddle. Then we could
"render unto Cesar tihe things thlat are
Cmsar's," and unto our own hlorse. the
corn thiatis his. And after all the offices.
shlould be filled, and thle bounties
taken, wve could render unto the Devil
the things thlat are* 1h18.
g'o tihe Officers and Soldier's of Every
Command and Branch of Service ini
the Late Confederate Army, Rlesid
inlg in Fairfield County:
At the request of several members
of' different Regiments and Battalions
ini thle late Confederate Army, tve
earnestly ask that a meeting -of all
suech be hlad in thie. Court House on
Saturdtay, the 18th day of March, for
thle purpose of effecting a County As
sociation of such survivors-such or
ganlizationi not to interferb with
Regimentali organizaltionls whmich are
or may come inito existence. , The
remnants of some good old commands
living in thme county are too few tW get
up associations of thelir own. Othe.
conuties are moving ing this direction;
whly sihl Lairfield be- behind? By
suoh organidtion some history of faotg
ilght be p~doervd for the generations
who are to folloyv us down the foa'd of
the btage'of life. We. were all egog
ed In tho same "Lost Cause," why not
therefore all meet together, say once
a year, aid have a good old jolly
time? Let. every ex-Confed In the
Jno. B. Davis, 15th S. C. Regt.
J. Rt. Boyles, 12th C.. IRegt.
W. II. Kerr, 6th 8. C. ltegt.
Dullose Egleston, 2nd 8. U. Tegt.
11. C. Davis, 12th S. C. Rogt.
1. N. Withers, Palmetto Sharp
-Cousar covered his bald head and
gray hair withb a laurel crown. Aver's
Vigor covers gray heads with the
still more welcono locks 01 youth.
-A Long Island Dutchman, In read
Ing an account of a meeting in New
York City, came to the words, "The
meetling thei dissolved." lie could
inot defino fihe meaniing of the last, so
he re0'errell to his dictiollarv, an11d felt
satisfiled. I a few ruiinte's a friend
came in. when the Dutchinan said:
"1ey must, have very hot weddel' in
New York. I ret an agouii of a
neeting vere all the peoples had melt
A Goon. Lvmn-I always known
b.' his appearance. A mian who lives
cotilortakblv at home, is good dill
ners, etc., wvill Ulways show it. in his
persoii. But. there is another liver
lmore itil)Ortftllt to man-it is the bad
liver-the liver that should regulate
(lie while system. 1I' that is out of
fi, mn1111 is good for not hing-can
enjoy naotllilng. To restore it to heatith,
use Dr. G ilter's Liver Pills. A feW
doses vill relieve you. For salo. by
Dr. W. E. Aiken. 18f*
FJ HE estimate for .ch->ols in (lie differ
.. ent d istricts. incIlu1hng the two -mill
tax and the poll, is as follows;
District Number One $650
District Number Two 900
DistritA Number Threo . 660
District Number Four 430
District Number Five 500
District Number Six 500
District Number Seven 400
Di-triot Number Eight oo
Dist riot Number Nine 750
District Number Tea 400
District Number Eleven - 150
District Number Twelve 850
District Number Thirteen 1,000
District Number Fourteen 1,601)
District Number Fiften, estimate not
All certificates issued in exoss of appor
tionment are by law void. Trustees are
earnestly requested to secure the greatest
possible attendance, as the attendance of
one year decides the apportionment of
the next. JOHN BOYD,
R. M EANS DAVIS,
T. It. ROBERTSON,
Co. Board of Examiners.
feb 17 -1x1
Panos alq Oras
LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.
A WORD TO THE WISE.
The prevailing boom has struck
the Piat o and Organ trade. All
creation and theirirelatives are buy..
ing instruments this year. America's
countless factories can't half supply
the demand. Manufacturers have
to. day unfilled orders enough to
keep them busy for' the next six
months. Material and labor cost
twenty five to fifty per cent more
than a fewv months since. Manufac
turers have raiped prices andi must
continue to advance. The low prices
of the past won't come again for
As yet we still sell at old prices,
but we MUST A DVA NCE SOON.
Give us your order NOW, for deliv
ery of instruments at once or within
THREE MONTHS, and we will
guarantee OLD PRICES, even if the
advance comes. To do this we must
have immediate orders SO THAT
WE CAN CONTRACT AHEAD.
Don't hesitate. Don't delay. We
state the case precisely as it is.
Prices will advance VERY SOON
and LARGELY, and those who wait
will pay for ths privilege. Take our
business advice and
Order at Once
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Plano and Orgpn Dealers,
N0TCE TO OREDITORi.
.AL4 persons holding claims, of what.
sobver nature, against the Estate o
JONATHAN-0. MATTHEWS, deseaaed
are hereby requirred to establish their de
mands before the Court of Probatoer
Yairfild County, on the first dea-y
March, A. tD. 1$80, at ttoA 'clock- in- th
Jantuary 27, 1880,
JUST RECEIVED t
JUST RECEIVED I
JUST REC'I VED
A NIcw Invoico
White and Colored Embroidrios
and Edgings at
EXTRA LOW PRICES I
An (,ly call will repay ladies.
We ask yo-i only to cum, to
stock an(I to hear
the pI ices, and if you
do not find it to your ad
vantago to buy, we will not ask you
to do so.
P. LANDERIER & BRO.
BUY THE BEST!
LADIES,' Mieses' fid Infants'fm
Shoes, made by ZiegiTr Beathers, o
Philadelphia. Celebrated "Standard
S'3rewed" Shoes, madle by the Bay
State Shoe and Leather Co., spe
cialties at the Corner Store.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
IGHTBrrl, New Crop Newi
J Oleans Molasses.
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades.
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Mule andc
Hlorse Shoos, Nails, Trace Chains,
Red Rust Proof Oats, Fres11
Cheese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cur
rants an'd Citron, CHEAP FOIl
D). R. FLEl1WNIKEN'S.
Bluy Notions, White Goods, HlosIer
and Oalicoes at the corner store of' 4
M. Bleaty & Co.
Remember J. M. Beaty & Co. nmake
a specialty of the Bay State Standard
Screw Shoes, at the store on the corner.
A nice stock of good Laundried and
Ulnlaundried Shirts, Collars, Neck wea,
&c., at J. MI. Beaty & Co.'s cornei
Elegant Cashmeres, Momnie Cloths'
Worsted, Alpacas Dress Linings
Crinoline, &c., at 3. M. Beaty & C0~.'u
You will find Blleached Goods, See
Island Goods, Domestics, Tickings,
Kerseys and Jeans at the corner store
of J. M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Candy, Crack.
era, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenware~
Plows,. Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc.
always in stoeak at tecorner store 01
J. M._Beaty & Co.
CIGARS8I CIGAR(8 I CIGARS I
WO0 or thre thbi4fr cigars.
)edioated Cigarett sale~ a.t te
St Store et
TO THE CITIZENS OF FAJRFIELD:
HAVE established a Sale Stable at
Winnsboro, and aitn prepared to
sell stock stock oi very accomimodat
img terms, either for cash or on time
until next fall for negotiable paper.
Persons wishing to buy o. way Vill
do well to call on me before purchas
r will also pay the highest cashi price
CORN AND FODDEMR
Delivered at my Stable , i 'ongress
Street, located one door s"tit I of the
Jan 20 A. WILLIFOtD.
C E IC EED
0 BARRELS Buigt's selected Irish
Potatoes, I car-load of White
Seed Oats, 1 car-load of Lime, and a tul
stock of selected
We are agonis for the following br.nds
of Guanos: Patapsec, Le' r
Formula, Acid Phosphate, G. Ober & Sons1,
Soiuole Ammoniated Super Phosphate of
Lime and Dissolved Done, South Caroli
Give us, a call, and' we will give you
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
ALL SORTS OF NICE GROCERIES
Fresh Augusta Flour, of all brands, Fresh
Buckwheat Flour, Ken Lucky Dried Beef,
Breakfast Strips, New Mess Mackerel, New
Moss Shad, Fsh in all sized packages,
suitable for plantationt use. Pure Lesf
Lard in cans, buckets and tubs, Seed and
Eating Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds, etc.
Steel Plows, Collens & Co.'s A i er,
Boxes Chewing Tobacco, all gr a dia,
cents per lb. and upward.
A large sloek of Liqnors, Wines, and
Cigars. Give me a cal.
dec 18W H. DONLY,
deo 18On the Cotrnor.
E respectfully call the attention of
he public to our new lot of
Goods, and request an inspection of them
before purchasing Our goods have been
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody anywhere.
We would call the attention of the
ladles to our line of Cloaks, Dross goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very pret
tassortment of Ties and other Nook
Joods. Laces, Edginags, Frillings, etc. in
Our Gents' Goods department is corn.
plot. in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kersoys,
Flannels, HPomespons, Blankets, &o., we
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!!1
Come and examine our Shoes before
buyng. Call and see our stock, and we
wil convince you that we sell goods as
chea as anybody.
#'We are agent. for I. & P. Coats'
Spoo Cotton, and Delding Bros. & Co.'s
Spo 11k--New York Prices.
McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
Mfesars. dto rat Please announce 31
J. Preston Cooper assa candidate for the
Democratio notnination for sheriff at the
coming election (subject to the decision
of the primary election) and oblige many
friends in the
Sov'rmwzssa Poamoit orwa ncouxg,
UREH G ren ed at the
THE WORLD X
n workmanship is equal to a Chrononic
id as a first-class Piano. It received t:
Lld Centennial Expositior s. IT SEWS
>1.hor machines. Its enipcity is un1linjit
4ACHINES sold in the United States I
,thors. The WILSON MENDING AT
>f repairing WITHOUT PATCHIN G,1
WAN } WITSON SEWI]
__ CIIICAGO, IL
E :TAB iM9ilRD 1312.
GEORGE A. OLARK,
.00 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. th
The distinctive features of this spool %
ottc n are that it is made from the very re
SEA .8L AND COTTON. kt
It is finished soft na the cotton from c'
which it is inado; it has no waxing or A
artiicial finish to deceive the eyes; it is at
the strongest, snoothest and most elastic as
Bowign thread in the market; for inaohino
sewing it has no equal; it is wound en tr
W H ITE S PO OL 8. at
ever preduced in spool cotton, being
dedcolor a sstem p atented by ourselves. I
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
rendering thema so perfect and bri~liant
sthatdress-mnakers evrywhere use them u,
A Gold Medal was awarded this spool n"
cotton at Paris, 1878, for "great strength-' "
and "general excellence" being the high- n<4
cst award given for spool cotton,
We invite eom >~arison and respectfully
ask ladies to give It a fair trial and con
ince themselves of its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. BIOAG. D
COME AND SEE
COllior & ChllefrS.
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and Sil-e
ver Watches, Jewelry of' i41 descrlp- et
ions, Sterling Silver and Platedware. r
Carvers, Bread, Table and Pocket
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
. LAS8WARE: P
Pitchers, Presorves, Goblets, Tumn- fe
blers, &c. . U
FANCY GOODS :c
Vases, Totlet Sets, Mags, Cup, &c. A1
[.amps and TLamp Burners wh ih make m'
acee dents 1impossible. Violins, Bows, l,
jan 10 'v
PALRETTo HOUSE. "
JUST AIllAIVED one of the finest as. an
sortmnentq of Liquors in the Bore. One *i
I3arrel of Gibson' Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of fine old yeWhils'
key: 1st. Old Imperial Cabinet Vhiskeoy
~. years Qld nd also, the Mabel Belle, 6
litto; 8rd, Banokelo the oldest,18r
tto. Corn Whiskey ot e~ best grades,
woth Carolina Corn ,Seet and Sour Masha.
of the best gaes. Alfo, Wines and BranI
clies of the fiest branids, I have aso~ a
Sn's lot of (Jigarn and Tobaceo Whh I d
will dis'ose of at reasonable rices .for
Bash oniy G ive rae a gall, and Fwill treat
you right hiladelpha Ji~z Beer asl
ways on hand from Te ejlebrated iarof~
eger and ~nE 1. You ca~fnd ad t
4l ti uoat the Bay nder th Wiubez. bo
tr trWatch, and as .ugantly finisi.
.o highest awards at the Vienna
ONE-FOURTH FASTER than
od. Thdro are moi WILSON
han tho combined sales of all the
TACHMENT, for doing all kinds
iven FREE with oeach machine.
WG MACHINE COs
.,U. S. A.
HNS ON, LARKA&
- NEW-YOR_ C TY,
For Diseases of the
Throat ancd Lunge,
such as Coughs, Colds,
'he reptutation it line attnined, in consequence ov
o nirvollous cures It tins lirodticed (Itring the
it half century, is a suallcient assurance to the
ibJIc that it will continue to renlize the linviiuest
suilts that can b dsired. In almost overy
etion of countrf there nre persons, publicly
sown,who have been restored from alarmingand
eii desperato diseases of the lungs, by its us.
I1 who havo tried it,acknowledge Its stperiority;
d whero its virtues are known, no one hesitates
to what medino to employ to relieve the d1s.
ass and suffering peculiar to liulmonary nifec.
mns. Cuninn P'1cconat, alwaysaffordts In.
rnt relin~f, and plerforms rapidl cures of' the
Ilder v'araeties of bronchdial dlsoldor, as well as
o more formiidabjle dliseaIses of the lungs.
As a safeguard to cilidren, aniidl the distyegg,
' dliscnses which beset, the Throat and Chest of
sidhood, It is iivahlnol; ror, biy its tiniely itse,
ultituides are rescuted undl rehstorect to henlth.
l'his miedleino gnins frIetads at, every trial, as
a cures It is constantly producing are toe re
irkable to lie forgotten. No failiy should 120
tiouit it, and those who have once used It
IRminent PhysicIans throughout the coutntry
cscfibe it, and Clergymuen onten recommend It
ims their knowledge of its effects.
r, . IC, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,
Practical and Analyticat Chemist,.
LD BYT ALL DRUGGIST8 EVERtYWH[ERE,
'lIE FIEND OF ALL
[0LLO WAY'S PILLS!!
"I had no appetit;- Hoelloway's Pills
ye mea a hearty ono."
''Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for anothorijox, and keep them
".1)r. Holloway hna oured my headlaohe
at. wasI chron ic..
.1 gave one of y our Pills to :ny babe
r choleora mnorbuis. True -dear little
Ing got wvell in a dlay."
"My nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment
trod mie of noises in the hed. E
ibbed somec of your Oine nt behind
e oars and the nuoise has left."
"send mue two boxes; I want one for a
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FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERIS,
id all eruptions of tho skin,-this OIns
ont is mont invaluable. It does net
al externally alone, but . penetrates
.1h the maost searching ofreots to the
ry rcot of evil.
'I O LLOW IA Y'S OINTJLENT. '
P~ossoesedl of this remedy, ,ovory mnn
iy be o wn- doctor. It may be; rubbed
to the system. so as to leach any In.
rnal complaint; by these mOdha, euros
re or ulcers mn the thronat tomach~.'
per, spine or other parls.' It- is an' i
llile remedy frbad leg., bad breat.,
ntracetod or stiff Joints, gotit, rheuhl*i'
im an d all skin ciseases. . '~
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