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Tuesday, October 15,
Sheriff'E Sale-R. E. Ellison, S.F.C.
I When You Visit Atlanta-'Mrs.G.B.
First Clas3 Boarding House-Mrs.
E. R. Turnsge, Atlanta, Ga.
-"Carolinen Sale at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-Don't fail to haxve your picture
taken at Mulltkis's. adv
-I will be in Wiainsboro at an early
date. Notice of date will appear later.
Geo. V. Hennis, the photographer.
.-Rev. H. C, Buckholtz, pastor of
the Baptist Church at Chester, will
commence protracted s(cvices at the
Baptist Church here on the first Sun
day in November.
-Bethel Church will be dedicated
on the third Sunday in this month.
The dedication sermon will be preached
by the Rev. M. W. Hook, pastor, at 10
a. m. Ever) body is invited to attend.
-Notwithstanding the high price of
cotton, Lauderdale is still selling the
very finest cheese from the richest Jer
sey cream at fifteen cents per pound.
- -Several days ago a discharged
lunatic by the name of Lewis Cun
ingham asked qui! trs of Chief Gil
ert at the guard-houe. He seems to
e saue at prez-ut and was on hi- way
0111, in this counly.
. V u Ilikill, -he new ul0ograph r,
of C)loin'a, will retr-di i F in it i
boro thil!;ct adv
Q ~'Children Cry for Fitcher's Castoria.
COUNTY P,O-tDS -A ;eeIiLg .f the
counsty bour.ts a:d trusteo clerks xv.1
b - hed -it th c1oov Cimcni'oe's
office o1 the 19th of October. Ful
mee.illg des'red u bn-ines. i; im
HAvy- You A MONEY?-if s you
not ask "wh.nt e;,all I ea' Just
read tl.e advertisement oj Mrs. F. M
fHenicht. You will see i-i I: r adver
1i.cmezt !uch thie:Ls &, p or to&k
wo:tt dare to turn up their niasal pro- I
FALL FXAM1NATI0.-,Thc regular
examaiva'ion for teachers i, his county i
will tak. place on the third Friday in 1
this month (the 18th) at the Sthool
D. L. Stevensoui,
School commii4,ioner Fai: held County.
RCsAwAY SCRtAPE -Ii is uausua
for such stea'.y anud y date citiz--ns as
Mr. ChaiS. i. Douglass and Mr. Joe
Mc\Meekini to be doing~ anything out of
the usuial way but we un,de.tand tha~t
they had a buggy tournamTen,t Ont
Thuirsday night. Tha buggy was the
only sufferer. It will have to be
Sharp (ly) treatcd on ac:ount of the
L-i ll wvork guaranteed. Proof
shown bef.>re work is finished. Muhii
Mrs'. bid:.ey Robinson arrived int
towni S.aturda~y. She came to see the
aick i:.f:ant ot her daunghte , Mrs.
Q. D. WA.illifird. The baby is much
better we leau. 4.
*Mrs. J. L. Mimnaugh returned to
Colmbia Saturday aifter visiting~ re!a
C. and .Mrs. F'. W. McMaster re
turne1 to Columtibia Munday after
spending sev,:r.l days with r elatives
Staniey as an exp!orer, E'li son as an
inventor, Miss Flora A. Jones as the
discoverer of the FAMOTs 13LCU OF I
R osFs for the complexion; ate n,ames
that will be handed downi as benefac-i
tors of the race, to all recorded t1me.
John 11. Mc Master &3 C0. comre ini for
thir shanre (of rhe pr'tics) as they
always keep at big suieply ont iatnd, and
seli it for 75 cis per bottle
Longt tivw, Oct 12. - e ae havi- g
exrm<:ty cold weatlher now ; in: f .ct,
the most u -eas:tnab e wi-atItri I "ver
sw. v. e a I fro-t o: I e 1 t and'
iCen ra:l time-IC. Si ice, but ni ,1 enfough -0
d) m1!ch hm.:ag'.
b -ing hairvested :.nd ma,:rkrte.l much
e r.icr ch'tn ti.ual. Som thiink 'here
will be a good crtsp maide after all, but
they will find themselves laborirg
ut .der a hallucination, for it will nearly
al; be b,m.rvete.1 by the last of this
m>mbi, and it is being sold almost as
tst as it is gathered, which accounts
for the prese nt heavy receipts. About
a haf crop will be ali we'il realize.
The ccru crop, most of which has
beei ha;-vested, is dec-dedly better
than it wais last y ear-.
The Upper Lalgtown school will
open Monday w ith Mr. J. R Sterling
To the d, light of her many friends,
Miss Jennie Brawley has returned to
Lngtown an.I resumed her duties as
y acher of the lower scho 21, which
oueed last Mot.day.
Mr. L. S. Ularri-in left on the 2Sth
lt, for JTonesb 'ro, Ark., muceh to the
rgrt of t:is many friends. HIe has
securel a position1 there on the rail
rod and will maike his home with his
b;rotber, Mr. R W. HIa-rron. E Hi. D.
THE BRs-T SA.E in the world fo: hiu-.
uises, sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhleumri
Sore, Tettr'r. Chepped Tiands. ,ul!...'nri
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pwi,
Ci;veiy cures Piles. o:- no pay required 11
s urante'ed to give perfect s:atisfactui.
onev refunded. Price 23i "ents Der
or sale by M ser & Co '
BETHEL, Oct. 14-inCe otr last
report we have had some rain and cool
weather % ith light frosts.
The ftriners are about up with their
cotten. There are a good many bolls
in low places it they will open.
The lea crop is &bout all gatheted
and is good.
The potato crop will b.! quite short,
more so than for yearp.
The land has been so dry and hard
there has been no move made towards
sowing wheat and oats as yet.
Thei e has been a considerable amount
of rough food housed, more than for
I tbiuk, att things considered, the
farmets are in better condition for
living another year than they have
been for a number of yea: s. If they
will not let the present prices of co'
ton fool them and next year plant more
cotton and less coin, pcas etc , (which
I hope the. n.i I not d.,), by another
year they will be more independent
and better able to live as they ought.
Mrs. Alice Mitchell, of Co!umbiz, i:
visiting her uncle, J. W. Robinson.
The Bethel school will commence
the first of November.
Rev. M. W. [look is off at one of his
churches (Shjilob) holding the last of
hi series of meetings.
Mrs. A. P. Irby has been quite s:ck,
but we aie glad to know that Mhe Is1
Our frivni D. G. Ruff bus suffered
nmch for the l-tst two or three weeks
wi-h a carbunc!e mn the back of his
ILlk, which can-ed him to be qnite
.tiff necked w-d apprentlv pr, ud, but
w ar- plea-ed -o state ihat he is get
ting bet er ot a!l-the carbuncle, stiff
i Ck and 1.roudness. c.
-Be su.:e and get a picture of baby
i, week. GAller% in Thespian Hall.
rH E SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.'S EX
( Maifacturers' Record, Sept. 27, 1835.)
Atlanti. Ga., Sept,mber 20. -The
oatern Railway has erected, doubt
e-s, ihe in ;t classical building on the
xpositiov g: otitds. It is a most beau
iful and s,.minetrical production
11rouhour, and in its pure white dain
inzsz re enbles a gem of mos: br.1
iant appearance and ch-aste design.
ts gilded domri is surround.-d by a
ieroic size fenmale figurd representiing
nodern railway progress.
Its in etiur contains a burean of
frmaition under the auspice of the
,assenqg..r department, tand a similar
ureau uder the auspices of the lard
ud imngration department, and ab.o
ontains an exhibit of rare and costly
eeion of the finest gems of the
The building is set forth as3 ani o
mLnpe of the best production of the
Lrchitec', Mr.. Bradfo,rd L Gilbert,
nd it waLs constructed under the
pervisioni of the mnagemnent ot the
vuhern iti!Wr.v Co.
Evn mo.re than the Pennsylvauia
irad was to the~ Centennial Expo
tion at Philadelphia, atnd the Illinois
~etral Railroad was to the World's
?ai, the Southern Railway is to tbe
2otton States and International Expo
ition at Atlanta. This great sy stem
eaches At!anta from all four points
f the compass, stretching out its im
nense arms to the Potomac at Wash
tgton, and the Ohio River gateways
t Cineimati, Louisvilie, St. Louis,
emphis, Vicksburg and Ne w Orleans,
ud r aching down itnto the mtterior of
'imida and penetrating as p. network
e t ire Southerni States, it brings
irect!y into the gate:s of Atlanta tre.de
nd travel fromn all quarters of the
Tho Senu'hern Railway being the
l v line of transportationi entering
he exposi:ion grounds, it has under
aken to proudly assert its recognition
f this great rap>)sibility, and has
)rovided the most ample and accom
olating termiinai facilities, both at
Ao d Street Station, adjoining the
~larkam House, and in.mediately op
osite the Union Depot in this city,
Lnd also at the grounds of the expo
The Somhern Railway has arranged
system of quizk train servIce be
ween the city and the grounds such
Ls the South has never before wit
iessd. These trains are arranged so
Ls to be rut) within three minutes of
ach other, and afford a total carrying
tapacity of 20,000 an hour in each di
~ec:ioi, or' a total movement in one
cur of 40,900 people, should neces
Vice P'reaident Baldwin haLs imbded
)is entire staff of subordinates with a
pir it of energy and enterprise in this
~drtaking that is bound t.o make !t
m..inst successful lof the kind ever
The passenger department of the
ohern Railway has itsned ex enisive
ud beamiful adveriing matner' of
riginal and effective sort, and has
larticipat- d very largely ini the effort
o .ccessfutlly resulting in arranging
the l>we=t rates upon the mo-st liberal
basis for. the Atlata Exposition ever
ifrded asy expo-ition of this kind in
The freight department has lent sim
lar aid and enterprise in providing
for the movement of the exhibits, and
indeed the watchword throughout the
entire S.>uthernu R'iiway system seems
to be "the Atlan:aIE.:position must be
a over whelming ~eess."
The ttansportatioun department of
the Southern Railway is doubtless as
well officered as any railway in the
United States. Most ample and ex
tensive train service has been arranged
by the transportation department to
brinh everybody ftrom everywhere to
AtlnWa on this great occ.asi.n.
IL W. Avery.
Sate of Ohio, City of Toledo, P
Lucas Cou~nty. ss**
FAN J. CHIESEY makes <ath that
he i the senior~ partner of the firm of
F. J. CHENEY & ('0 , doing bnsines; in
the City of Toledo, County and State
aforead, and that said fitrm will pay
the sumn of ONE HUILNDRED POL
LARS for each and every case of
Catarh that catnnot be curcd by the
use of HauL'S CAARinI CURE
[sEAL ] A. W. GLE ASON,
Hal's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
send for testi monials, free.
F. J. CHIENEY & 00.,
rSoi t.v Druggists, 75c.'
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction ( ity
Ill., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumptiou and that there was no hope foi
her. but two bottles of Dr. King's Ne,;
Discovery completely cured her, and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eners,
139 Florida St , San Franci. 30, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching Con
sunption, tried without result everythinn
else tfien bought one bottle of Dr. King'.
New Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. le is naturally thankful. It ih
such resuits, of which these are samples,
tnat prove the wonderful efficacy of tli,
nedicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial
bottles at McMaster's & Co.'s Drug Sto-'.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
For Over Fifty Years
MRs. WINSLOW's SOOTIUNG SyRUP has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
inq, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wInd colic, and is the best reniedy
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug.
gists in every part of the world. Twenty.
five cents a buttle. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Win:,low's Soothing Syrup," and
ake no other kind. 5-26txly
When Baby was slek, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Childrea, she gavethem Castorla.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Cotton Su,tes and International
.Ltlatat, G arz.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
YESTIBULED LIMITED RAINS
Upon which no Extra Fare Is Charged.
Chareston and Columbia to Atlaita
CHEDUL1E. i 403 41 45
Lv Catawba. ..';10.29am 9.50pm.
Lv Chester... .. 11.05 a m 10 38pm ....
Lv Carlisle. .. 11.29 a in 1 .09pm I-. ..
Lv Charleston... .... .... ......... 7.00 a
iv Sumter...... ... ............. 9.44 a
Lv Columbia.... ......... . p L5 a
Lv Prosperity ... . 7.28pmn12.29n
Lv Newberry .... ......... 7.58pm 12.4 p
Lv Clinton...... 12.21 n'12.08n't 1.40 p
U: Greenwood ..;12.57 p .n 1.04 am 234 p
I vAbbeville. 1.24 p i 1.45aml 300 p
Lv CalhounFalls 1.40p m 2.16ai 3.26 p
Ar Atlanta...... 4.09 p m 5.20 arOa 6.45 p
Trainis 403 andI 41 are comU)po-ed of
the handl-omest Puillman Drawing
Rounm, Buf1'ct S!ccpitg Cars antd Day
No. 403 ("The Atlanta Special") is
yes ibuled from c:.d to end and is
perated solid from Washington toAb
lanta withtout change.
No. 41 Is operared solid from Ports
nth to Atlanta without change.
No. 45, composed of Day Coache~s,
is operated solid from~t Charleston 1o
Atlanta (through Sumter, (X'lumbia,
?rosperity and Newberry) with.>ttm
These trains land passengers in the
nion Depot at Atlanta--as r.ear the
Eposition grounds as through passent
ers via any line ate lar.ded.
--FROM- A. IC. E.
Latawba............ $1 0~S'0$54
hester.............1O 0 e
Carlisle............. 19I 7
Sunter.......... ... 3Gr 09, I $
'osperity............... 6 47
e w'erry... ...... .. 9 0...u 4h
Clinton............... 8~63 41
Greenwiod............ 71 5 34
bbeville. .........---7 34
CalounFal s..... 1 5 051 4 105 391
U,LL~5 A.-ick 1t 5l dal 4-o 4De
cembe 30th wit extem limit 5
da~ iom at o 45al954e.
DAEs om dAE AND sle.IT
urpsNs A.inkt somrspcd daly Eto
sitinbye 15eh, ith A er ee hmit
Jand,siery 7th, exib89 fomFord
a0.UNdlsa Caiforets sod aine the
ctame 3tte oft exme limith15
daits toate of Bral,e xion
CaLUN, E.-ict solduni ndaily tovDr
dayslfrom nat of h sale iepo
urases, in some trests are fxo-d
mtong vety heotihAerti., Herab,o
hne andska.icaorniand shinth
Unedm State popl Aec a their"al
alkda and onrs tinealyevr
sekd o the teracTe aoard,
Pmongmany oterttCrracsvtions rb
Cileme andeia vilraes, infomaing
falkrnhd uoners liation oan
Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, or to
H. W. B. GLOVER, T. J. ANDERSON,
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
E. ST. Jcoas, Vice-President.
SH ERIFF'S SALE.
Sale of Real Fstate of Delinquent Taxes
for the fiscal year commencing November
1st, 1893-'94, under an Act of the General
Assemby, 18S7, Page SG2, No. 429, ap.
provd December athi, 1887, etiitled an
Act in relation to forfeited lands,~ delin
n:et lands and collection of taxes.
STATE OF SOU ?1l CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEL.D.
By virtue oif execution issued to me by
the U- unty Treasurer or Fairfield county
fr the fiscal year 1893'9t in accordance
with the above entitled Act, I have levied
on and will sell on Monday. the 4th day o1
November, 1.895, in front of the Couri
HIouse door in W,nnsboro. S. C., at 11
o'clock A. M. the following dlescribed
real estate, to-wit:
SCHOOL DISTRICT. NO. 6.
R. J. McCarley, fiscal year beginning 1s
November, 189:3, 139 Aeres
Jaes T. Watts, fiscal year beginning
1st November, 1893,. 71 A cres.
R. E. ELLISQN, tS. 4F. C,
Winsboro, S. C.,
Sheriff's Office, October 14, 1895.
Ready in all
A BEAUTIFUL LINE 0
Black Dress Goods in all the late
meres.. Clay Worsteds, Tricots, o
in all colors. Also Fancy Sackin,
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', maisses'
inducements in ladies' and gents
A Large Sto
bought before the rise. Can s
I keep the celebrated R. & G.
assortment of ladies' stylish Wra
MY LINE 0]
was never more complete. HAT
Some good values in gents' Unde:
If you want a Trunk or Valise do
poorest man in the county can b
from me this season and not miss
Here is a-stunner: A Silk Ui
Country merchants will do wi
J L. MEN
. D wILLIFOI
OFFER I or rent, cheap, for next year,
the Dwelling 11ouse and premises of
11enry N. Obear.
: 2:tf T. K ELLIOT T, Agent.
T E offer at private sale a plantation of
Two Rundred and Fifty (250)
Acres, lying near the residence of Mr.
.7no. b. Douglass and Dr. Thos. G. Doug
lass, now occupied by Mr. Wm. B. Douz
lass. Has good dweling and oter build
ilgs onl it. Terjus esy.
tn-26tf T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashier.
ALL PERSONS ARE FORBID)
dcen from hunting on the following
laces: The Boyd place, Jackson
Creek, J. W. Bolick's, Middlesex,
Horse Branch and my home place, and
all o0 ber lands own~ed by :nc in th'ia
Couny. [ L. E.LLIOT!', SR.
Octtober 9, 1895. 10-10-3
WHEN YOU VISIT
IYou wii. find a
which offers the pubJlic Food board
and comfo, table arrargemenm at mod
Every Fifteen Minutes
Strcet Cars pass the door for the Ex
Supper. Bed and Breakfast for
Mrs. G. B. Roberts,
No. 231 Whitehall Street,
10-15 Atlanta, Ga.
118 GARKETT St.,
Between Loyd and S. Pryor Streets.
Within half block of two car lines
leading to Exposition.
SE RVICE GOOD.
By the day, week, or month.
MRS. E. R. TURNAGE.
T WV ILL offer for sale at public out
in Winnsboro, S. C., on the first Mon
day in December (being the 2nd day),
between the legal hours of aale, all
that tract of land lying west from
Winnboro, known as the Park, con
taining Twenty-two Acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of Dr.
T. B. Madden, A. ll. Cathcart and
The Council reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids
By order of Council:
9-14td J. A. HINNANT, Clerk.
STATE OF SorTHl CAROLINA,?2
Town of Wiunsboro. (
Bc it enacted and ordained by the
In'ndant and Wardens of the town:
of Winnsboro in Council met and by
the authority of the same:
That all -persons who are convicted
f v!olating any ol the ordinances of
the town of WinuLsbo-o may be rc
quircd in the discretion of the Inten
danit or Council to do hard labor on
the streets of said townt.
Dotne in Council this the 12th day
otf September, 1895, and
[r.. s.] with the corporate seal of
the town affixed.
JAS. W. lIANAIIAN,
A t'est : J. A. IIINNANT, Clerk.
Fl GR SURVEYING, TERRlACIN~
LI.eveling, Drawing, Etc.,
T. M.BOUL WARE,
7~t..Ivn Woodward. S. v.
1K TO SELECT FRON
F COLORED DRESS GOODS,
t styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
nd Flannels. A big assortment of
is for children. Something nice in
and children's Hose. Some special
ck of Shoes,
6ve you money in this department.
Corsets, the best made. The best
ps you have ever seen in the Bor-.
3 to please the old and young.
nwear. Look at mi line of Cravats.
n't buy until you price mine. The
uy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
abrella for seventy-five cents.
1l to price through my immense
L,9- - Mar agor
AND SALE STABLES.
All pcrsons indebted to the under
s&gned~by note falling due on the 1st
for sale cheap for cash. Also a few
A couple of second-hand
in good running order, and one pair of
Will sell ' hem for cash or oni twe:ve
Winnsbotro, S. C.
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0. Mf. DEMPSEY.
1511 Main St., Columbia, S. C,
3-21-1y 17 95
IS IIERY ';IVEN THAT AP
plicat ion wiU l- made at the next ses
ion of ( e enera! Assembly for
amendmenits mro the charer of the Cape
Fear and Cinch.nam Railway Company
authorizing the l.ni'ding of the road
to the limits of the Site, either through
Greenville or Anderson, as the Direc
tors may determine, cros-inz interve:
ing (Counties, and tro:n near C.mdnt
to~the North (Carolina lirt.e in the dirt c
tion of Southport, N. C , cros-ing
int eiing Countie=, and to change
the name to the Southport an et
ern Railroatd Company, loget her withi
other generral amendments to the said
G. II. McMASTER,
JT. C. CALoD V.1., Presi den t.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Chceter' EngU.h Dn:a-ona Brand
Another lot of white, black
Also a nice line of fancy Din
a beautiful and cool waist for
Wool Dress Good stock i:
A new lot of Zeigler Bros
also low price and medium 0:
lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, B:
Leather, which we are offerin
Fresh Flour, Meal, Mola
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices,
Soap, Starch, Soda, Grackers,
Triumph New Irish Potato
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BEAr
Cabbage, Onions, Potatoes, Ap
ples, Canned Salmon, Mackerel,
Chipped Beef, Potted H a m,
Smoked Sliced Beef, Corned Beef,
Sardines, Royal, Good Luck, and
Sanco's Baking Powders, whole
and ground Pepper, Green and
Black Teas; all kinds of Cakes
and Crackers, Cheese, Coffees,
Sliced and Grated Pineapples;
and a full line of Fancy Groce
Call and see our assortment of
Glassware and Crockery.
Will please remember that we have a
full supply of
EL ANK BOOKS,
A Supply of
CUPS and SAUCERS,*
BOWLS and PITCHERS,
o,f all kinds
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
- There is only one price on
4Ramblers. $roo is enough for the
best bicy cle tnat was ever built.
More tihan $roo is too much.
Ramblers are made to combine
lightness, strength, speed, ease"
and durability. You can break
them if you try, but ordinary wear
has no operceptible effect. You
are gropi~ng in the dark if youbuy
without seeing a Rambler catalog.
Postal will bring it.
GORMULLY &JEFFERY MFG. CQ./
WASm!NGTon, P, c.
and fancy Ducks just received.
iity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
now offered at cut prices for
'. Ladies' Shoes just received;
ford Ties. We have a small
ack and Russets, and Patent
g as JOBS.
;ses, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rioe,
Extracts,. Evaporated Apples,
S in store.
FY & BROS
Time hown betwee JackonWU14 8
Eastern Time at other poiat.
Nerghbounc NO.26 wel 10 wea
et.18th, 1895. Daily Daily DaUy
LT. Jacksonville.... .. 700&
L. Charleston.... P . ...p. 720&
AL Columba ........1015P. 11056
SA .....3p 200
I GUgitvll. ...............ip 23D p
S.renton............... 1146p 257p
Johnstons ............1206a 310P
Ar. Columbia .......-- 2 20 a444p
7. Columbia .........400A 400& 506P
SWinnsboro.... 57 457a 605
Chester ...........5421 542a 653p
Rock Hill .........633a 613 ap
Ar. Charlotte .... -OOS 700a 82
Danville....... . f ,
" Washington.... I A A
" Baltimore ...*...1p12p05
" Philadelpha 30 OsOS
" New Yo k.......60 2123
Southbound. N 5N.9NS
Lv. New York .......25t25t40
" Philadelphia. 018n65
" Baltimore .......62 2190
Lv.Waahington . lSl2.02
" Danville ........SO Op50
* ock Hill .......llfSpO7
N Chester ........19n25tl3
Ar. Columbia ......06 OO
Lv. Columbia .. ....... 31l
" - Jeuston ..........62 ll
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