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TOWN AND COUNTY,
IUROSDAY, rebruarr so, I a : 1sso.
Tiuus or Tn Niws AND HEIML.
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statui'e, siould le addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
Winnsboro, S. C.
The tollowing is the schedule of arrivals on
the 0. C. & A. IaIroad, upn the basis of Wasi.
ngton tline, which is u sixteen minutes
ahead of Winnsboro time:
Columbia............10.03 a. in.........10.48 p. m.
Ilythewood,........11.42 a. in.........11.41 p. in.
Rildgeway...%%. % . 11.69 a. l i...12.00 1). in.
AVinnsboro. 12.80 P. in...12.81 at. IT.
lacktock.... ....1.0 p. n... 1.12 a. in
S ster.......... 1 p ......... 1.41 a. n
Cliester .......... 1.22 p.11n......... 2.41 a. In.
fliackstock.......... 2.10 p. m......... 8.10 a. in.
winnsboro....... 9.0 p. n ......... 8.57 a. m.
Ridgeway........ 8.20 p- i......... 4.29 a. i.
Blyth. wood.... ...., a.8 p. m.,....... 4.48 a. In.
Columbia...... ..4.20 p. li......... 6;0 a. Im
Come Quick-McMaster, Brice & Co.
Final DIvidend-Louis LeConte.
"'TIs true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis,
'tis true," that too many sensible peo
ple regard coughs and colds so in
differently. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
cures coughs and colds and is only 25
cents a bottle. *
Mr. W. B. Creight, who had his fine
ivaw-mill destroyed by fire last fall,
has had his engine fixed up and is
again sawing lumber at the same
place. Messrs. Romedy & Son and
March Ross, who also had their shops
burnt at the same fire, have built again
just below the ft'eight pepot. We like
to see such pluck, and such determbia
tion to rise above misfortune.
PINAFORE IN CHESTER.-The Chester
flulleti, of Tuesday evening says:
"Pinafore is on the tapis for to-mor
row bight. Mrs. Mrs. A. Borden,
?ee Miss ERunice Hemphill, of Golds
boro, who impersonated Josephine so
admirably when Pinafore was first
presented here, has consented to play
that role again, while Mr. W. N.
Chandler,. of Winnsboro, takes thie part
of Ralph Rackstraw. The entertain
eliit is given for the benefit of the
Graded School. Everybody should
go out and give the layers a flatter
ing house and be thernsolves most de
lightftully en terta ied." A number of
people wenit up from this place on
0. L. 1.-The Gordon Light Infan-,
try held a special meeting on Tnesday
evening, to take seome definite dteps .to
accure a sulitalble place for drilling. A
committee had been aippointed at .a
previous meeting to make some ar
ranlgemenlts towai'ds tifiaend, but haid
made no0 decided progress. This coin
mittee wvas conitinued, witli fur ather
inlstructions on tihe subject,. and will
report at the niekt ,meeting. A comn
mittee consisting of the commtissined
officers wvas appainted to consider the
best programme for celebrating the
anniversary of tihe company on tihe
10th of April.-The Gordon Light
Infantry is a deserving corps, and
should receive tihe hearty support and
enlcouragementt of all our citizens.
RAILROAD NOTEs.-T he thousand
mile ticket is one0 of the most use
ful institutions conneeted with rail
Railroad men have calculated that
tihe cost of running" a locomotive per
hundred miles for men, fhel, wvater and
repairs averages *12.86.
Theatrical companies travel at a spe
cial rate, and the advance agent nearly
always carries a pass in his pocket.
Some of the railroads can't find the
ears nor the room oni side tracks for
all the guano they now have to 91h11.
It takes nearly as long to go from
Charlotte to Charleston as from Char
lotte to'New York, on -account of tile
lay-over in Columbia, and the people
along the line of the Charlotte, Colum
bia and Augusta Railroad are kicking
against it most vigorously.
THE Co'rroN WoRM.-The Interior
Department has just published a long
and importanit report by Prof. Reihy,
Chief of the Uinited States Entomnologi
cal Commission, upon tile cotton worm
which has been so destriicttve to the
cotton plant in the Southern States.
The work has been prepared for the
benefit of planters and popular read
ers, with as little scientific technicality
as Is consistent with clearness and pre
cision. It is Ad~l in th~e presentation
of results sg far reached by tile com
missioiib0tf as to the natural history
of the cotto'x worm and as to the best
methods of preventing its ravages.
The author expresses the opinion that
if the information contained therein be
generally'disseminated throughout the
'ihern States it will enable planters
to profect their crops more economi
cally and. nore effectively than they
have ever hitherto been able' to do.
Copies may be obtained through miem
bers of Congress or from the Secretary
of the Inte; jor.
Exouaerow toC IAhura'.--.-A com-.
mnittee of Charlotte merehAMts publish
in the Qbgerei O mlt~ g car4:
Thb m4rI~ eomtte, 6nb.
iereo, hereby infhrm all merchants
living within reach of the followhig
named lines of railroads, to wit: The
Iastern and Western Divisions of the
Carolina Central, the Atlantic, Tennes
see and Ohio, the Western North
Carolina, the Richmond and Danvillo,
the Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line,
The Spartanbut and Asheville, the
Spartanburg, Union and Columbia,
and the Chailotte, Columbia and Au
gusta Railroad, that the Charlotte
Chamber of Commerce is giving a freo
excursion to Charlotte and return to
all merchants who desire to buy goods
In our imarket, comnmencing March 1st
and endling Maichlt 15t, and for which
tickets and Invitations are now being
The limited time allowed to Peirfeet
the lists of invitation, may cause some
to be overlooked. The committee do
sire to invite mnerclants. who live
within the radius of Charlotte trade,
and this is to give notice to any person
of this class who desires to coen, and
who has not *received a ticket by the
first day of Mlarch, to notify Rt. N.
Tiddy, Secretary, and a ticket will be
DEATII OF Mit. IIENICY C. IhAMILTON.
-Mlr. Henry C. Hamilton, whose ill
ness we mentioned some days ago,
died at an early hour on Wednesday
morning. Ile had been In not very
good health for soine time past, and a
recent attack of pneumonia proved
more than his enfeebled constitution
could stand. Mr. HIamilton was a
native of Charleston, a son of Gover
nor James Hamilton, and a brother
of Major S. P. Hamilton of Chester.
le was at zhe time of his death ii the
forty-ninth year of his age. The
funeral services were conducted by'
the Rev. J. Obear, and the remains
were interred in the Episcopal ceme
tery. Mr. Hamilton was only tempo
rarily residing in Winnsboro, but in
his short stay here lie had won the
confidence and regard of all with
whom he was thrown in contact. He
was a gentleman of the highest charac
ter, and made warn friends wherever
he went. We extend our heartfelt
sympathy to his afflicted relatives.
A CROWN OF THORN.v.
The Miseries of Royalty in Russia-Sonal
Scenes Never to be Forgotten,
A London siecial gives the follow
Ing from the Standard's Berlin cor
respondence: "Lately the Czar hardly
ever left the winter palace, and when
lie went abroad lie was surrounded by
a cloud of modfnted officers, who pon
cealed the car'rlage and protected the
inmates with ther bodies. In the palace
lie was accessible only to diplomatists,
dignitaries and officers of the house
hold. At the chapel detectives occu
pied seats that were formerly reserved
for distinguished visitors. 'Detectives
infested the kitchen,* and1 every dish
was tasted by persons of rank special
ly selected for the purpose. The Em
peror did not even venture to open his
letters, documents steeped In poison
have repeatedly been sent to him. Yet,
with all these elaborate precautions, It
occurred to nobody to search for the
announced, advertised and placarded
mine in the basemnent. The E~mperor
and the Duchess of Edinburg were
seated in the apartmenit next to the
diiing room when they heard the re
p~ort of' the ex plosion. The lighits were
extinguished and the gas pipe burst,
and tihe Princess, officers and valets
wvent blindly thr'oughm the dark and
then pour medl promiscuously thr'ongh
the door of time royal apartimnts
where the sovereign was found gr'op
inmg his way out of the fatal quarter.
AllI who sawin the sight, the spicture of
Alexanderms II. leading "his daughter
away fr'om the mine of' dynamite, say
Itivas bine that could never be forgoi
-In the grammar department of'
one of oir pumblic schools a few days
-since, the :teiidhar., after talking with
her chtss en the.subject of mythology,
read to them the following: "Vulcan.
smith), architect and chariot-builder for
the gods on Mount Olympus, buIlt
their houses, constructed their fuirni..
ture," etc. The following day the
subject of the p receding day was given
as a language lesson, anid, as no .non
tioxn was made of Vulean, the teacher
asked the class who built the houses of
the gods on Mount Olympus, one little
girl replied: "I can't think of his first
name, but his last name is Smith."
-Mr. Proetomr hias his uses-he
seems to have terrified Pr'ivate Dalzell,
that mighty consumer. of postal cards,
into ternporary silence. A match with
Mr. Gladstone, to write fifty thousand
consecutive letters on five hundred
consecutive days, occurs to us as a de
cidedly nice thing in the way ofcham
-Theo. D. Wagner, Esq., a prom!
neint merchant of' Charleston, who,
during the wvar, had been a member of
the firm of' John Fraser & Co., largely
Interested and very successful ini the
organization of blockade-running ven
tures, died on Tuesday.
-A prominent Neiw York musician,
who advertised to receive applications
for-tenors, recently had a note fr'om a
clerk in Wall street who wanted to
know whether he would judge of his
voice by telephone.
-Dark clouds roll up and obscure
the sun, but we know that there is light
above the clouds.
-"Love laughs at locksmiths," and
yet there isn't anything Aiminy about a
FINAL DI VIDEND
Depositor. of the Citisens' Saving. Bank.
A FINAL dividend of three and four
tenths (3 4-10) per cent. having
been declared from the assets of the Citi
zens' Savings Bank, bankrupt, deposjtors
at the WVinasboro branch of said Bank are
hereby notified that this dividend will be
paid tothem at the Winnaboro National
Banki between Friday, the 27th inst., and
the first day of May next.
* LOUIS LnCONTE,
feb 96-til Trustee.
* A week in your own town, and no
atalI risked. You can gcive tie
wiesatialkthut e'pense. The best op
portunit ever offered tor these willin~ to
see ic yraei what YOU ca do at the bsi.
nesw ofer. No rooma to exnslain here. You
~Devohi yor tim or ly yor spare
every hour that yuwork. Women ake as
much as meon, Snfr pcal private terms
and particulas b~w lti free. 8outfit
feDo' sucomaii t'mv times wile you
Aug i19-nat . mtadfage
COME QUICK I COME QUICK !
COME QUICK ! COME QUICK I
AND BUY STOCRINGS.
AND BUY STOCKINGS.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose
WILL BE SOLD
WILL BE SOLD
Cheaper than ever heard of.
Cheaper than ever heard of.
Half Price, 'Half New York Cost.
Half Price, Half New York Cost.
COME AND SEE.
COME AND SEE.
COME AND SEE.
McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
Buy Notions, White Good i CosieO
and Calicoes at the corner store of ,1.
M. Beaty & Co.
Remembor J. M. Beaty & Co. make
a specialty of the Bay State Standard
Screw Shoes, at the store on the corner.
A nice stock of.good Laundried and
Unlaundried Shirts. Collars, Neck wear
&c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s corner
Elegant Cashmeres, Momie Cloths,
Worsted, Alpacas, Dress Linings,
Crinoline. &c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s
You will find Bleached Goods, Sea
Island Goods, Domestlcs, Tickings,
Kersevs and Jeans at the corner store
of J. iM. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Candy, Crack
ers, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenware,
Plows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc..
always in stock at the corner store of
J. M' Beaty & Co.
J. M. Beaty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing, Hats, Rubber Suits and Shoes at
lowest cash prices;
New Goods of all kinds continually
arriving at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s, on
GOODING & ELLIOTT.
Having associated ourselves together
for the purpose of carrying on the
GROCERY AND SUPPLY TRADE,
We beg to infoirm our friends and the
p)ublic that we have on hand a full! stock
of .Cofl'o 'u. Sugars. Flour, Molasses,
B3uck wheat, Ihams, Cannmed Goods, etc.,
together with Bacon Meal, Shoes, Nails,
and all such articles as are required by
persons desiring advanices.
We are also prep~ared to furnish first-.
class Guanos at fair priices.
R. C. GOODING,
'r. K. ELLIOTTf.
IiARLY ROSE, Goodrich and
J~ Peerless Irish Potatoes at
lowest cash prices.
J. M.BEATY &CO.
o Ligittest S
- EWMI gm
Tf E undersigned begs leave to inform
.Lhis customera and the publio gener..
ally that he Is prepared to give satisfac
tion to all who may favor him with their
H. 0. UTCHESON'
will shave you with facility-outting
dyeing and cdressing in the latest and
most approved style, with
3. M. McCALL
At the Champion Barber Sho p and Sham
poolng Saloon, Winnsboro, 8. 0.
00g DOZEN .& P. Coats' Spool
50 DhrEad at the Corner Store.
J. M. BJEATY & CO.
NOTICE~ TO CREDITORs,
.ALL persons holding claim., of what
soever nature, against the Estate 'of
JONATHAN 0. MATTHEWS, deceased
are hereby required to establish their de
mands before the Court of Probate or
Fairfield County, on the first day of
Mareh, A. D. 1880, at ten o'olock in the
January 27, 1880,
J. B. BOYLES,
jan 29-txtd Judge of Probate.
, FREE TO AL.
ID iron, such a. old casting., old
\Jplows, wrought iton, do., for whbih
good prices will be l'aid.
W, B. CREI~GMT.
.ayyor et bacriptiou'
Mesars. ditors: As nominations are ii
order, permit us to present the name of
COL. JNO. B. DAVIS as a candidate foi
Sheriff at the ensuing election, subject
of course, to the action of the Democratic
primaries. MANY FRIENDS.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
jfessrs. Editors: Pleaso ainounce th<
present ino'umbent, J. It. Boyles, Judge
of Probate, as a candidate for re-eleolion
at the ensuing election, subjet to the no
tion of the Democratic party at the pri
maries. By so doing you will oblige iii
14 hIAN I PRIEND8.
Messrs Milo rs: Pleaso announce 'M
J. Preston Jooper as a candidate for th<
Democratio nomination for sheriff at the
coinng election (subject to the decision
of the primary election) and oblige many
rriends in the '
SOUTuWZsTEBN POJITION OF THE COUNTY.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
The friends of Mr. James G. Heron, ol
Salem, respectfully nominate him for the
ofilco of County Commissioner at the en
suing election- -subject to the action of
the Democratic primary.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as.
iortmente of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of tine old Ryo Whis.
key: lst, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
) years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9
litto; 3rd, Roanoke R ye, the oldest,18
iitto. Corn Whiskey of the best grades.
Korth Carolina Corn,8weet an d Sour Mash.
3f the best grades.. Also. Wines and Bran,
lies of tb o finest brands. I have also i
Rn'. lot of Cigars and Tobacco wbich ]
will dis'ose of at roasonable prices for
nash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
you right, Philadelphia Lager Boer al.
ways on hand from the cAebrated firm o
Borger and Engell. You can find me at
rdl times at the Bar under tlie Winnsboro
Hotel, next door to D R. Flonniken's.
Uall and sae me. J. CLENDINING.
EIGHT Barrels, Now Crop Nei
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in pgj .of, Mulo -ant
Horse Shoer, Nails; Trace :Chains
Red Rust Proof Oats, Freal
Cheese and Macaroni, Raising, Gur,
rants and Citron, CHEAP FOI1
. . .LENNIKENI'.
COME AND SEE
COnnOr & Chal61r',
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold anid 8Si.
V'er Watches, J1eweh'y of' all descilp
tions, Sterling Silver and Platedware,
Carvers, Bread,.Table and Pockel
Fine China anidGlass Tea-Sets.
tPitch~ers, Preserves, Goblets, Turn
PANCT GOODS a
Vases, Tot let Sets, Mugs, Cups, &c,
L~am ps and Lamp Burner-s whlich make
recidents impossible. Violins, Bows,
FIREI INSURANCE AGENCY
JAMIES W. LAW.
T o the Publi.
Why not insure your property? See
she cost of a per diem expense:
Daily cost of insuring 81,000 at 3 per
sent peor annum is only 8) eents.
At 21 per cenit. per annium is only 7 c.
At 1 per cent. per annutm is only 4 o.
At 1 per cent. per annum is onl1 o.
At i e yet er annum is onil 2 .
A p a r t for 8years is only 1.88
At Riper cent, for a yeas isoni 1.88-c,
At 11 per oeni. for 6 years is onl O.88 o.
At 2 per cent, for # years Is only l1.,
Dwellings in town or country, detach.
ed, insurable at the following rates, vim.:
F'or one year j per cent.
For three years 14por cent.
For five years 2( per cent,
B~artas and contents, gin houses,. b dod
Iott tohouistfes, erbanfdise, mills
an hthsisrbed dqaerates.
Iepresent only the very best compa
mefong yereno. and wolR.estabflsh
-ov2 .. .
JUST R ECEIVED I
A New Invoico
White and Colored EmbroiderieE
and Edgings at
EXTRA LOW PRICES I
An early call will repay ladies.
We ask you' only to come tc
sco our .
stock and to hear
the prices, and if you
donot find it to your ad
vanta to buy, we will not ask you
to do so.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
ALL SORTS 0OF NICE GROCER1Ei
P'resh Augusta Flour, of all brands, Fres1
Bluckwheat Flour, Kentucky Dried Beecl
Breakfast 8trips, Now Mess acokerel, Nei
Mens Shad, Fish in all sized packages
nuitable for pilantation use. Pure enu
Lard in cans, bucts and tubs. 8ood atn
Eating Irish Potatoes, Garden.Seeds, etc
Stoel Plows, Collens & Co.'s Ame,
Boxes Chowng Tobacco, all grad,
cents per lb. and npward,
A large stock of Liquors, Wines, na
Cigars. Give me a call. .
W Hi. DONLY,
deg 18 Oni the Corner.
TO THE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD
3' hlAVE established a Sale Stable ai
IWinnsboro, and am pr'epared te
sell stock stock on very accomnmodat
lug terms, either for cash' or oni time
until next fa~ 1 for negotiable paper,
Persons wishlng to buy or swap wvill
do well to call oi nc beefore p)urchaus
forwil asopay the highest cash prle
conw AWD FOenaER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, lated one door south of the
jan 20 A. WLrO~troD.
N\'W f E 8l DESK
DOO0K AND COPYf tWST. .
ONE of the handiest and most popu
lar inventiohts of moderni times.- (Ian
be attaclied to an &rm-eohair without
trouble.- PrIen, *.50, *8.00 anid $2.50.
- 7ol WlM b'r
FR E JLA
in workmanship is eqUal to a Chronot
ed as a first-cliws Pi'mo. It rcccived
a iln(10) tonnlial ExpositioL IT S
othlermachins. I1m Capacity is unJlim]
MACHINES nold in the United State.
others. The VILSON MENDINO A
of repairing WIT HOUT PATCOlllW
ORGIAE A. C'LARK,
4,00 BROA VA Y, NEW YORK.
The distinctive featuresi of this spool
cottcn are that it is mado from the very
SEA 1ST lAND COTTON.
It is fluished soft as the cotton from
which it is mado; it h1as no waxing or
artilicial finish to deceivo the eyes; it is
the strongest, a noothest, and most elastio
|aewign thread in the market; for machine
3 sowing it hans no eqal; it is wound oni
WIIITlE S PO O LS.
The Black is
over prdcdin spool cotton, being
dl od by a system patfented by ourselves.
Vho colors are dyedl by the
NEW ANILINE PRIOCESS
~rendering themn so perfect and brilhant
that d ross-muakors every whero use them
Iinst ead of' sewIng silks..
A G.old Medal was awarded thiis spool
cotton at Paris. 187$, for ''great strength''
and "'general exce'llencie" bing the high
est, award given tor spool cotton.
We 1invito compa ~frisoni and1 respectfully
ask ladies to give it a fair 'trial and con
vince themsolves of its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. IDOAG.
p;'5 BIARRELS Buist's selected Irish
U otatoes, I car-load of WVhito
Seed Oats, 1 car-load of Limo, and a ful
stock of selected
We are agents for the following birumds
of Guanos: Paitapsco, Lowoe's Georgia
Formula, Acid Phosphate, G. Ober & Sons,
80iuolo Ammoniated Super Phosphate of
Lime and Dissolved Blone, South Caroli
Give us a call, and we will give you
BOTTOM FIGUREA *
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
ueter Watct, and as -ograntly finiah..
the highleSt awmad at "!the Vienna
's ONE-FOURTH FASTER tha,
ited. There are more WILSON
than the combllined sales of all the
TTACHMENT1', for doing all kinda
, given FIEE with each maebino.
ING MACHINE Co.
.U. S. A,
'30 UNION SQUARE
ASS. NEW-YORK CITY.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
F'or all the purposes of a Family Physie,
&ni for curing Costiveness, aunceo,
Indigention, .oul Stomach, 3reath.
Hondache, Eryulpolas, Rheumatism,
Eruptions and 8kn Disoases, Bit.
iou sness, Dropsy, Tumors, Worms,.
Nourah.' as a Dinnor Pill,
for .tifying tho Blood,
Are the most ef
./50 ective anld conge.
- mual putrgativeeve~r
h: discouverled. Ther
v3 '--.. re mild. but di'
feetnal in their
operan 1, moving
the bowels smely
An w ithout paIin;.
in their operation,
they are still the
mos0t thMoough anld
tic mineledi that can be employed: cleans
ig the stomach and bowels. and even the
blool. In small doses of one pill a day,
they stionlate the digestive organs and
proote vigorouls health.
Ai-n's Pr.j.s have been known for
more than a quarter of a century,'and have
obtained a world-wide reputation for their %
virtues. They correct diseased action in
the several assimilative organs of the
body, and are so coiiposed that obstrue
tions within their range can rarely Vih
stand or evade them. Not only do thev
eure the every-day complaints of every
bodly, baut also formialde -and dngerotis
diseases that. have lfhll the best or
huunan skill. While thev prodnee poweir.
ful eilets, they are, at the' same timle, tho
safest and best phy sic for children, Bly
their aperient aetion they gripe mneih less
thant the common purgatives, and never
nive paini when the bowels arc not inflamned.
T1hey reach the vital formtains of the blood,
and strengthlen the system iiby freeing ls
fromt tihe elments ot' weatkncss.
Adiupted to all ages and conditions in
alclimates, containing neither' eioiia-l
nor any deleterious drng, these Pills mn
be takien with safetv hv anybody. Tihi'ir
sug.ar-coatin g preser'ves thenm e'ver fresh,
and makes them pleasant to take: while
being purely vegetable, no harnm can arise
from their use in any quantity.
Dr. i. C. AYER &CO0., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Anal tical Oh,ists'.
80OLD nY ALL DRtUGG TS EVERtYWHIERE.
OLD "OAVE" CORN
This is the simon pure article,
seized and Bold by the United States
Governmenut. The regular "moon
U. G. DESPORtTES.
SCulppernlOng WVine at $1.50 por~
gallon. Delightful for Xmas.
- ~ U. G.DESPORTES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Bridles and Harness.
Call and examine my stock before
putrchaing elsewhere. Satisfacion~
U. G. DESPORTES.
PIEtST 'PTtMll'M A WARIDED AT THNE.
GEORGIA STATE FAUI.
Flor Oheatpniess, Siniplicity and
Durability ti is Sheller stands with'
out a rival.
11M10, OZNLY $O
R. S. DESPORlTVS & 00.
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