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Tharsda,3. December 5, : 8!5
L.cai Ericl .
-Mrs. Jno. P. Matthews is unwell
-We hear of a Wedding on the
15th in Winnsboro.
-At Thespian Hall-Mullikin, the
-"Caroline" Salve at McMaster &
Co.'s .dru- store. adv
-Miss baulie H. McMeekin is teach
ing se ool near Mr. W. P. Gibson's
-Rob, rt Arnett and Andiew Timms
went 'possom. hunting on Tuesday
night ant caught-a cold.
- Mr. A. G. Bookman, formerly of
s cc-unty, has been elected a local
_eiser in the city of Columbia.
-The military of our county re
turned from the Exposition on Sunday
eveI---g. We will have an account of
the trip lp er.
-The Ladideo' Benevolent Society,
of the A. 1R. P. Church, will meet this
evening a. 4 p. m. at the residence of
Mrs. Sarah Cathcart.
-Mr. IL. W. Gibson is confined to
the house with measels. The question
;s someti.nes asked whether measels
are plur or singular. In this case
they app-r to be plural.
-Tom Peterson, colored, who killed
State Co'stable Mosely at Greer.wood
about six weeks ago, will be hung on
Friday coming, at Abbeville. He is
a brother of Peterson who was lynched
at Denmark in 1893.
-All !ersons are waraed not to
shoot, bunt, or otherwite trespass on
t h%nds in town belonging to J. M.
Beaty and the estate of Mrs. S. T.
J. M. Beaty.
-A plate of raw sieed onions placed
in a room where thera is dyphtheria
will absorb the poison and prevent the
disease from spreading. The onions
shou'd be buried every morning and
fresh ones cu: up.
-Easter :tarke is in j:0l charged
with ho4ding Patsey Davis while
Bckey Graves did the cutting which
resulted in the death of Patsey.
Beckey Graves, who cut the woman
to death, is still at large. Sheriff
Ellison wrote Governor Evans asking
him to offer a reward for the arrest of
-A fine opportunity-a fine photo
by Mullikin. adv
--H. N. Obear, Esq, formerly of
our town, appeared before the United
States Court in a registration case on
FMonday. His client, David Willey, a
ugo of Charleston, sued the election
managers for $2,500 damages for re
fusing his ballot. Tbe court decided
against Willey and the icomplaint w as
-Mr. J. G. McCants is attending
the United States Court in Columbia.
HIe reprasented Lizzie Russell ini a
case aga'ust the Southern Railway
Compar v. The claim i. that Lizzie
Rttsredie of John Russell, was
made t. jump from a train while in
moti n. The occurrence took place at
R?ock:on. Dr. J. R. McMaster, who
attegd(.ed the injurcd woman, was in
attendance as a witness. Mr. J. H.
Skinner was also a witness, for the
-Mllikin, the photographer,!, is
pleasing 1he people. His business is
inerssin. in evidence of the fact. adv
FOR GA.ustisc -Justice Stevenson
sent a co:ored man to lail on Monday
for gambling near Mr. T. W. Tray
lor's place in the Feasterville section.
A TTESTION, FIREMN.-Attend meet
ing of V innsboro Steam Fire Engine
SCompan. this (Thursday) evening at
G. B. McMaster, Secretary.
SEED (.OTToN. -A negro by the name
of Wade Sawyer was sent to jail on
Wednesday morning for stealing seed
cotton from the gin house of Maj.
T. W. Brice at Woodward
NEW LIFE, NEW PRICEs .-The e:ter
prising firm of Caldwell & Rufi are
calling you~r attention to new life and
new prit es in dry goods. They men
tion in detail what they have for sale.
rRead thieir adivertisement and examine
their stock is all they ask you to do.
WRONG MAN.-Walter Stuart was
arrested by Sheriff Elison on a war
rant charging him with stealing a
ba'e of cotton from Mr. Jno. S. Doug
lass. Later, Mr. Douglass wrote that
he was not the party, but he will not
be released until the preliminary is
Gentlemen would not use "Blush of
R)ses" if it was a paint or powder, ot
course not. It is c:ear as water, no
sediment to fill the pores of the skin.
1 s misnionl is to HlEAL, CLEANSE and
rURIFT the complexiOn of EVERT IM
PERFECTION, and insures EVERT LADY
and GENTLEMAN a clQar, smooth com
p!exion. Sold by John H. McMaster
& Co; i rice 75 cer.ts. *
ALL IT WAs WORTE.-Acting Iaten
dant Coan had an amusing offender
before him e.n Monday. Hie asked the
fellow it he was guilty. After paus
in'awhile the fellow said yes, he
reckoned he was. The court then pro
ceede& ja fine the man $2.50. With
ths' ir orf one who thought lie was
p'n full value he tendered Mr.
Con' !ji:en cents, saying, "Here, take
tto;it is all I have to spare anyway."
Bn. some onie "put up" for him.
CIiIde Pry for Pitcher' Catar!a
WA NTED.-Henry Mack, alias Renr
Mcllwaine, c>lored, was wanted i!
Lancaster for larceny of live stock
C:iief G;!bert was commnunicatcd witl
anu up'ou rcc-ipt of a d-scription froa
Sheriff Hood le arrested the fell>w a
the depot here- The Lancaster sherif
will come to identify him.
La!er-Sheiiff Hood arrived 01
Wednasday morning and as Mack wa
the man took him back on the returi
train. He had been huntiug the negr<
for thrce years. Sheriff Ellison locat
ed the negro and notified the chief ol
police who nabbed him.
At the Supreme C -t.
Law range was completely desertc
on Tuesday and Wednesday, the at
torneys all being engaged in the Su
G. W. Ragsdale and J. W. Ianahat
were engaged in the case of B3yd vs
In the ca-z of R-igsdale, assignee
vs. th. Winnsboro National Baul
et al., Mes-rs. A. S. & W. 1). Dougla;
and J. W. 11anahau wereengaged; iho
Messrs. Douglass representing th(
bank and Mr. Hanahan representinc
creditors of the estate of Williford.
We regret to learn that in same see
tions of the county the hogs are dyinj
from what is thought to be hog cholera
We have published before a receipt foi
preventinz all kinds of disease.
amongst hogs. We cau give a remed3
for cholera but the following is a pre
ventative, and if given in time is muel
better than a cure: A gentlemar
from Kentucky told us that la com
pound made of salt and ashes in aboni
equal parts would keep hogs, cattle
and horses healthy and free from dis
eeasp. The mixture is ma(le up witi
water and will harden like rock salt.
Then it is put about the feed troughs
and the animals will become fond o:
it. It is very cheap and simple and
worth a trial.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ragsdale re
turned from Atlanta on Saturday.
Mrs. John McMeekin is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. G. W. Ragsdale.
Mrs. McAlpine returned home to
Pineville on Wednesday after a visit
f about a week to parents and rela.
Mr. and. Mrs. T. K. Elliott and
party returned from Lhe exposition on
Mr. and Mrs. Hi. B. Rlefo returned
from the exposition on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jennings re
nrned1 from the exposition en Satur
Rev. T. M. Dent is attending con
crenc i at Rock Hill.
Mr. W. L. McDonald, of Charlotte,
rrived in town Wednesday.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Last week a warrant was placed i.n
dfr. HI. Rion's hands to levy on a crop
elonging to some negroes on Wateree
iver by the name of Brewer. When
r. Rion's business was ascertained
he plantation was aroused, the negroes
amne with guns, axes and other weap
mrs. Mr. Rion was compelled1 to aban
on the attempt, but came back for
einforcements. Deputy D. E. Mc
Dowell, J. M. Elliott, Jr., and D. A.
3awford then went prepared for all
~mergencies. There was no trouble
:his time and the negroes were arrest
d. At a preliminary held before
'rial Justice Cathcart they were
ound over for court. The evidence
gainst them is pretty rough, so we
-Mullikin is prepared with the best
md latest instruments and methods in
THE ARE COMING.
The Mozart Symphony Club, of
?ew York, is billed for Winusboro
on the 12th of December. Mr. Bosg
is posted the town and a full house is
xpected-this being the first enter
ainment here during the entire fall
'he Mozart Symphony Club comes
igh.ly recommended by the press, the
New York Herald and other papers in
the United States and Canada speak
n in highest praise of this company.
t is said to be the only quart,ette who
erform on so antiquated instruments.
'he Royal Triumphal Trumpet, five
feet long, is said to have been used in
the time of Julius Cesar. They per
form on tcn stranged inaruments anc
n fourteen stringed instruments. We
oubt not but that our people will find
the entertainment worthy of patron
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any ease of Catarrh that car
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO, Props.,
We, the undersigned, have knowr
F. J. Chener for the last 15 years, and
believe him~ perfectly honorable in a]
business transactions and financiall;
able to carry ont any obligations med
by their firm..
WesL & Triax, Wholesa'e Druggiste
Walding, Kinnan 4 Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hlalls Catarrh Cure is taken inter
naly, acting directly upoa the bloo<
and mucous surfaces of the system
Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by a'
Drggist . Testimonials free. *
Jacks>~n Counts, ex-postmnaster a
Peak's, was convicted in'the Unite<
States Court vesterday for emnbezzlini
1,200 worth of stamps. Sentene
ws not passed.-Ecening News.
eaacehe .stoppedZ in 20 minies by D
rus'Pax s. "Qnce cent a dose."
I PRE-NIUM3 LIST.
* We give below a partial list of pre
miins awarded at the colored fair.
2 Tie report is not as full as we expected
to make it, but it is published just as
t it was given to us:
Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Mrs. Isaac
1 Holmes, Mrs. Byrd, Mrs. Allen Hill,
3 Mrs. Lucinda Russell, Mrs. Grier, Miss
11 Lottie Ellison, Mrs. J. C. Jackson,
Mrs. W. M. Jackson, Mrs. Lizzie
Goode, Miss Carrie Ellison, Mrs.
Sophia Albright, Miss Mamie McIn
tosh, Mrs. Belle Milligan, Mrs. James
Goings, Clara Hall, Mi s. Eliza Henry,
Mrs. Amanda Johnson.
Jno. W. Russell, James Goings,
John Johnson, Sam Harrison, F. H.
Samons, Mrs. Gracie Byrd, Sam
Davis, Rev. Wm. Jackson, James
A. P. Harper, Rev. J. C. Jackson,
Jno. W. Russell, D. C. Caison, W. R.
Strother, Albert Williams, Lige Hall,
0. S Sqairewell, sampson Harris,
Miss Lo'% Stark, Miss Annie Jack
son, Mrs. Clara Sims, Miss Ella Bell,
Mrs. Lizzie Goode, Mrs. Hattie Harris,
Mrs.. Lucinda Russell, Mattie Clinton. I
Fl1 D DEPARTMENT.
Joseih T -npson. D. C. Caison,
Sam D.,vi-, 0. S. Squirewell, Rev.
Wm. Jack o;, Rev. J. C. Jackson,
Allen Hill, Charley Russell, Jefl Gail
lard, Alex. Woodward, F. II. Samons,
Sam Garrison, A. P. Harper, Peter
Harris, - Watson, Sam Kelley, Sam
Great preparations are being made
in Charleston for Gala Week, which
begins next Monday. There will be
bicycle tournaments, balloon ascen
sions, skating carnivals and several
fine football games. The floral parade
will be something fine. The open air
concerts in the parks, the harbor ex
cursions and military and fireman's
parade are always novel attractions,
and this year will not be below the
For this occasion the South Carolina
and Georgia Raitroad will sell round
trip tickets to Charleston from all
points on December 9th good until
December 16th. The rate will be one
fare for the round trip. On December
9th to the 12th the rate will be one
cent per mile for tbe distance traveled.
Double daily trains will be put on,
and every attention will be shown
those who attend.-Register,
The fare from Winnsboro will be
First--Tickets will be- on' sale De
cember 9th, 10.hI and 11th for SSA40
round trip. These are good only until
the 12th of December.
Second--Tickets will be on sale De
cember 9th to I4th inclusive for $5.25.
These tickets are good until the 16th.
-The first unmed price is one cent
per mile, the second named price is
one first class fare for the round trip
Childr.a Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
JOTTINGS FROM JENNINGSi'
Mr. Editor: I send you the following
items of news from Jennings.
The farmers he.ve about finished
The corn crop is good.
While cotton is not as good as it
was last year, more money will be
Mr. Will Robinson, who is at home
on a visit for his health, has greatly
Mr. Calvin Clarke spent a few days
at home last week.
Miss Minnie Jackson is spending
some time with Miss Inez Clarke.
The hot supper given by the ladiesl
of Crooked Run at the residence of
Mr. John Jackson, was quite a suc
cess. There was a largh crowd and
all seemed to enjoy it very much.
The net sum amounted to forty-tw<
dollars. This money was made for;
the purpose of repainting the church.
Jennings, S. C., Nov. 28.
Heart Disease Kills
Suddenly; but nevcr without warning symp
toms, such as Faint, Weak or Hungry Spells.
Irregular or Intermittent Pulse, Fluttering
or Palpitation of the Heart, Choking Sensa
tions, Shortness of Breath, Swelling of Feet
and Ankles. etc.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
Cures Heart Disease.
Mr. eo.L. it, o theGe. L Sit
?brt. Geo L.ih,a tohedo buGess andmit
could hardly crawl around. My friend, Mr.
Julius C. Toght. cne of our leading pharma
cists, asked me to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
I had used little more than a bottle when
the pain ceased and palpitations entirely
.t disappeared. I have not had the slightest
trouble since, and today I am attending to
business as regularly as ever."
e Sold by druggists everywhere. Book on
Heart and Ncrvcs sent free. Address Dr.
"ies Medical Co., Eikhart, Ind.
. n:- Milds Reies Restore Realth.
Ready in all
A BEAUTIFUL LINE (
Black Dress Goods in all the lat
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots,
in all colors. Also Fancy Sackir
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses'
inducements in ladies' and gents
A Large St(
bought before the rise. Can s
I keep the celebrated R. & G.
assortment of ladies' stylish Wri
MY LINE 0
was never more complete. HAI
Some good values in gents' Und(
If.you want a Trunk or Valise di
poorest man in the county can 1
from me this season and not miss
Here is a stunner: A Silk U
Country merchants will do N
I L. MD
A small number of the execativc
ommittee of the G. 0. P. met lasi
ight. About. a!l they did, a; far a4
ve cau learn, was to consider Dr.
?oe's application for .nembership,
nd to try aad find out what kind of a
osition he would want when the
arty gets full. sway again-Eening
Send your address to H. E. Bucken &
o.; Chicago, and get a free sample box of
)r. King's New Life Pills. A tiial will
onvince you of their merits. These pills
re easy in action and are particularly
Efective in the cure of Constination and
Sick Headache. For Malaria "and Liver
:roubles they have been proved invalua
lC. They are guaranteed to be perfectly
~ree from every deleterious substance and
be purely veget able. They do not weak
n by their action, but by giving tone to
~tomach and bowels greatly invigorate thle
ysteu. Regular size 25c. per box, Sold
y McMfaster & Co., D.ruggists. *
IEe aywsck, weglgr atr
hensewas at ihd, she cried for Castria.
aenebecame Kiss, she clung to Castoria.
Whex she had Children, she gave them Castorls,
[ OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year
~the Dwelling House and premises ci
Ienry N. Obear.
9.26tf T. K. E LLIOT T, Agent
W E offer at private sale a plantation 0:
Two Eundred and Fifty (250:
tcres, lying near the residence of Mr
o. b. D)ougle.ss and Dr. Thos. G. Doug
ass, now occupied by Mr. Win. B. Doug
ass. Has goo d dwelling and other build
*ngs on it. Teirms easy.
92tf T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashier.
P ARTIES owing the assigned estati
Lof Ulysse G. Desportes are here
y notified that payment must be madi
vithin the next thirty days, or I shal
e forced to collect through an attor
t JAMES Q. DAVIS,
11-2Stxtf . Assignee.
W E have (placed in our hands'
some gilt-edged securities tt
affer those having money to invest
!l commanications shall be regarder
J. Q. DAVIS,
W, D. DOUGL ASS,
J. E. McDONALD,
11-9t fWinnboro, S. U.
SMOTHERS READ THIS.4
IFor Flatulent Colic, Dlaraa, Dysen
tery, Nausea, Coughs, Cholera In
fantumf, Teething Children, Cholera
Morbus, Unnatural Drains from
the Bowels, F'alns, Griping, Loss of
Appetite, Indigestion and all Dis
eases of the Stomach and Bowels.
Is the standard. It carries children over
the critical period of teething, and
is recommiended by physicians as
the friend of Mfothiers, Adults and
UChildrenj. It is ~pleasant to the taste,
andnever fails tdemgise atssuo
prlative virtces. Price. 25 cts. per
tte.Fo slebydruggist~ ,
H eIERCONdbuteS th.
CKi TO SELECT FROI
)F COLORED DRESS GOODS,
,st styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
and Flannels. A big assortment of
gs for children. Something nice in
and children's Hose. Some special
)ck of Shoes,
ave you money in this department.
Corsets, the best made. Te best
ps you have ever seen in the Boro.
S to please the old and young.
rwear. Look at my line of Cravats.
)n't buy until you price mine.!The
uy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
mbrella for seventy-five cents.
ell to price through my immense
D- - Maager.
Buist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit
Jars and Jelly Tumblers.
Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Edte.Ciar on the Market.
Pipes and Tobacco.
Lamps and Glassware.
Winnboro Dug Storo.
WYS HITD THE- OL
The best wearing, most stylish, and
the greatest value of any $3.00 Men's
Bhest cafsin dongola os solid
leather soles, with all the pulrtoes,
laats and fastenings, and Lei' Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for $100, good for
Wear Lewis'Accident Insurance Shoes
once and you will never change. The
insurance goes for "full measure."
Talk with your dealer who sells Lewis'
Sold by W. R. DOT Y & Co.
There is only one. price on
I Ramblers. $1oo is enough for the
pbest bicycle that w as ev er built.
pMore than $1o too much.
Ramblers are ,. de to combine
lightness, strength, speed, ease
and durability. You can break
them if you in:, but ordinary wear
Ihas no p..ceptible effect. You
Iare grop!dg in the darkif you buy
Iwithout seeing a Rambler catalog.
Postal will bring it.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
the publc by a notice given free of charge in the
I.ar~s ere atIo a scentifce r Inth
man aho ei wihoutrt. we nel g,e0
vear:s$1.50sixmonths. MN dae py Co..
We have just received another lot
Although leather has advanced in pric
we bought our stock in June, before
kinds at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. La
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If you
the future storms and mud call for BA
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it ti
same old price will b-ay them. Send t1
heel shoes. We have good stout schoo
snd $4.00 Shoes.
A new line of Outings, Ginghams, C
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brown
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Jet
chiefs, &c., &c.
U' D c
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Sug
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macaro
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinegaj
Try our Dried Apples-good and ch(
We are selling Reed's Shoes and Pa
out. Only a limited quantity and a fe
We are offerirg a specially low pric
and look at them. Respectfully,
SJ. M. B
FALL OF 1-895;
G00OU, Timem Ahead.
PARTICULARLY TO THOSE who
will be wise enough to seek genuine
bargains, and I claim to have such
bargains to offer my friends this Fall,
and give my reasons why I propose to
undersell all competitors, as follows:
1st.-Or entire stock of General Mer
chandise MUST be converted into
ready cash in order to wind up
the business of A. Macdonald &
2nd.-I prefer to give my friends and
neighbors the beriefit of the
sweeping reduction in prices
rather than sell eut in a lump,
that all might have an opportu
itity of scecuring bargainst
Srd.-When the advance came on
Shoes, Hardware, and other
goods in our line, we fortunate
and the profit which the advance
in prices legitimately gave us,
wlll be thrown to our customers,
thereby getting their goods al
most at first cost.
4t.-I will be in the cotton market
from start to finish, paying full
prices-don't forget this. Will
also pay highest cash price for
Be sure and consult my prices on
Bagging and Ties before you buy. I
bought these several months ago when
they were at rock bottom pricest afid
will give you great advantage in your
BLAOKSTOCK. S. C
Still on hand, another supply
WINTER TURF OATS,
Under nX ininsboro Hotel.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TilE UNDE~RSIGNED has a fnil]
line or 'he latest desigrns in
BUIAL CASES AND CASES,
at mo,derams prices. Orders filled
prop:ly. tiight and day, at the old
stand. ThankJui for past patronage,
I ask for a shavre of it in future.
Hearse furnished when ordered.
11mt T. M. ET,T,OTT. SR.
of Bay- State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
, and carried . the price of shoes with it,
he advance, and are selling nearly all
dies' Shoes at $2.0 and up. Bay State
wish the best ladies' or misses' shoe for
Y STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
e best shoe in America for the price:
ie children to us for good wearing Spring
I shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.0
alico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
ns and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Haudker
ar, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow.
ni, Tea, Spices, Oat Flakes, Buckwheat
, Cigar, Matches, Candy, &c.
lan Bi3s.. Shoes at cost to close them
w sizes. If you can be fitted they are
a in 46-inch All-Wool Henrietta. Call
Eaty & Bro.
Cotton States and International
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
TESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS
Upon which no Extra Fare is Charged.
Charleston and Columbia t- Atlanta
SCHEDULE. 403 41 145
Lv Catawba.... 10.29 ami 9.50pm.
Lv.Chester...... 11.95 am 10.38pm.
Lv Carlisle...... 11.29 a m 11.09pml.......
Lv Charleston... .... .... ........0I m
Lv Sumter...... ......... ........ 9." a
Lv Columbia.... ........ 5.!0pm 1I.15 a
Lv Prosperity.......... 7.28pm 12.29n
Lv New berry...........Spm 12.42 p
Lv Clinton...12.29 n'n 12.08n't i1.40 p
Lv Greenwood.. 12.57 p m 1.ea 234 p -
.v Abbevile.... 1.24 p~ 16am' 3.20 p
Lv CalhounFalls 1.486pm21a 3.6
Ar Atlanta....4.9 p m520 am6.45 P
Trains 40$ and 41 are composed of
the handsomest Pullman Draw'ng
Room, Buflet Sleeping Cars andDa
No. 403 ("The Atlanta Special'" is
vesibuled from end to end adis
oerated solid from Washington to 'At
lanta withot change.
-N4.iazonemaed solid from Ports
month to Atlanta without chn
No. 45, composed of Day Cahs,
is operated- solid from Charleston to
Atlanta (through Sumter, Columbia,
Prosperity and Newberry) without
These trains land passengers in the
Union Depot at Atlanta-as near the
Exposition grounds as throngh passen
gers via any line are landed.
-FROM- A. C. E.
Carlisle............. 1574 40
Sumter............. 130 9 6
Columbia........... S 80 6
.Prosperity........... 91 6 6
Newberry...........~ 9 7
Greenwood>...........7 555 4
Abbeville........... 64 70 4
CalhounFalls...... 5 415 10
cember15th,,wit extem limit
cem1.~ 30t, wit e35em lii 15
days rom dte4o sale
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fin, idebysid; xhbit fom 5loid
Unitd Sttesof Aeria an4th
Unied :ats o Brzil Meicoan
Canda,andso n utilnealy 6ver
civlizd atin n te lob i rere
sentd. n te trracs ae fund
amog mny the atracion,460b
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fOUNe up-icet appldain to ane
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