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W. W. BALL,
LAU It ENS, S. C. Aug. 10, 1897.
"The wheols continue to go round"
??the campaign to proceed. The course
is three-fourths run ?the goal is in
sight. Nobody knows how thoy stand
iu the race?tho couyt must tell the
talc. With this week ends tho contest
in tho hill counties and the next two
weeks wind up tho circus over on the
Atlantic coast. There is very little ad
ditional interest to the issues already
familiar to our readers. The can
didates talk out the time?but tho real
sparring is between Irby and Mcl.au
nn. Apparently tho real battle is be.
tween these two champions, irby tlnds
spooks on his Hanks in the shape of
Neal, Gonzales and Ellorbe. He does
not seem to hear of tho Spartanburg
Herald. He would appear to have left
'that Mountain OlaKION to the care of
'Gantt. Irby charges that Kllorbe is
prostituting his high ofllco of Gov
ernor to defeat him -and Gonzales and
"Neal are backing his Kxeelleney.?
Mayfleld Qnds a daugorous bogie in
the Dispensary, and batterwhangs it
right, left and upperotlts. Wherefore,
bo should be United States Senator.
Every sound premise has its conclu
sion, if there, be anything In logic.
Evans is a died-in-tho-wool Democrat,
stands by Calboun's tariIT doctrine,
believes iu free trade and possibly
sailors rights and abnegates the "new
evangel" in the shape of MeLauriu's
views. McLuurin defends Bllerbo, or
Ellorbe in appointing him Senator,
would have removed the Metropolitan
police from Charleston, but circum
stances, nodoubt, intervened to control
tho Governor's action, defends him
self from the charge of Republican
proclivities, and his course in Con
gress?as well as that of Tlllmail.
Tlllman is on the stump?a sort of
side track?still declaring that he is not
in the scramble. In bis speech at Ab
beville however, before a Farmer's
Institute, ho justified his and MeLau
?*in's tariff votos?ro-ittoratlng that
while tho stealing is going on he
wants his people to get their share.
This is in the fashionable line of the
logic of the period, also, and leaves
all principle out of question. Tillinan
spoke at Tirza Friday, before a great
gathering of Alliancomon and farm
ers, it will be difficult for Benjamin
ito keep out of the muss and bis
''ruvbers" in the scramble arc pro
bably well known to representative
men from all parts of the .State by
this time. Ninety por cent of the
leading politicians were at Tirza.
[n National elections it was once the
well understood fact?as goes Penn
sylvania, so goes tho Union"?and it
might as well bo accepted as a fact
?as goes Benjamin -o goes the little
.South Carolina incident.
?vt >,he monthly meeting of the State
Board of Control on Thursday last the
following purchases were made: ?l")
barrels whiskey, that is to say, 25,
000 gallons, in pints 200,000 giving to
?every adult man a full pint; tho blind
ttygec and original package establish
ment ?woll the supply a hundred per
centum. Tho State also purchased
300 barrels beor. So tho State moans
tiiat no citizen td.ull sulTer from thirst,
-but all the time on a temperance
?crusade. None must be drank on the
?mored premises but carried bom.- and
i.lrank In the presence of children or on
tUie highway gulped.
Inspector Hill In his report to the
State Board has this to say about Lau
duly "<th I went to Luurons to look
np the accounts of ex-Dispenser Langs
ton. This matter I found in the bands
of Mr. N. b- Dial, who will make an
effort to Collect and report to you- I
was at La;irotis unt? 1 the 13th, and on
tho 14th we/?t to Denmark. This Dis
pensary I fon'nd behind for a small
amount, which f-he dispenser said ho
said he would soon settle.
August Ii I went to ."H- Btephons, and
on checking up the bo^ks of the dis
perser I found that the irfUtako had
boon made of overpaying the tdwn and
county, leaving him due tho Si^te a
small amount, which will bo settled
this week. I will recur to Laurons to
say that while there I inspected the
books of Dispenser Henry and found
his books neatly and correctly kept."
Tillmau will resign as Senator, (so
says Benjamin) and run for Governor,
If it is necessary, to defend the Dispen
sary. Never mind, the Courts will
hammer the life out of it in due time.
The Senator will bo saved the awful
ordeal of giving up his $5,000 job.
In New Vork, tho law provides that
convicts shall not work, as their labor
would compote with that of free labor.
Twenty convicts locked up for want of
employment became crazy and were,
sent to tho State OSSylum. And now
tho honest men havo to work to sup
port the insane institution und its in
Some lb to I Frce-Silvcrites may
turu Bimotalists. Wolcott's committee
is making progress in F.urope. It v. ?il
be bad if tho finances arc fixed before
1900 when Bryan snail h%ve come.
Nothing will bo left fot us but Vest's
It begins to appear that the ''blind
tygor" has flourished in Charleston, ft
may be that the authorities in Colum
bia will finally find it out. They will
bo the last to see it, as they make a
good thing out of tho Dispensary.
It is a ntco point to distinguish be
tween John Gary Evnns who put tho
Metropolitan system on Charleston and
Ellorbe who keeps it thore. That we
Are a blind mole and can't see, we
'The Turk nettled accounts with the
Greek in almost four weeks, but It will
take all the year for all Europe to set
lie the Turk.
The crops in this section are ex
ceptionally line and everybody
We have not had a great abun
dance of rain, but a sufficient sup
ply to keep all field crops thriving
? There is some sickness in the
Miss Nannie Tumblin has been
sick for several days.
The eldest child of Mr. Willis
Cheek was sick last week.
Mrs. J. E. Alexander has been
quite ill for the past few weeks but
we are glad to announce that she
Married at the residence of Rev.
D. P. Boyd on last Thursday niter*
noon Mr R. F. Babb to Miss Liz
zie Kellett. The groom was 22
years of age, the bride ^7.
Rev. D. P. Boyd assisted by Rev.
Mr. Philips lias been carrying on
a protracted meeting at Shiloh tins
week. They report a good meet
Misses Blanche and .Maude His
hop have returned to their home at
Miss Bessie Bobo, of Greenville,
is visiting the family of Mrs. Pat*
A pleasant seeking party, con
sisting of the following young men
left Gray Court last Wednesday
morning for a trip to the mountains
of the old North State: Messrs.
Dorroh and Charles Peden, Ross
Dorroh, [tobt. Smith, Jas. Switzer,
Zero Wilson and Charles Bishop.
They expect to be gone about a
On Wednesday of week before
last a large party of young people
from Gray Court and Ow ings Sta
tion went to the reservoir Oil Knoreo
river for a day's fishing. The
young ladies carried along cooking
utensils, expecting to have a feast
from the tinny tribe. Despite the
prolonged efforts on the part of the
young men, they failed to secure n
desired quantity ol lish. However
an excellent dinner had been car
ried along so they were not alack
when the hour for it arrived. Tbc
afternoon was spent in ? least of
words and ilow of soulAll report
a happy day.
Mr. John Stripling, of Spartan
burg was in our town last week.
The Gin House which is being
built by R. L. Gray is ncaring com
pletion. It will be one among the
best equipped ginneries in thecoun
Miss Mary Shell, ol Lnurcils lias j
been visiting relatives and friends
at this place for the past week but
has returned home.
Mrs. .John F. Bolt, of Laurens,
paid a visit to relatives at ibis place
Mr. Oscar Simmons and family
loft home last Wednesday for a trip
to the mountains.
There will be a meeting of the
Stockholders of Gray Court Stock
Show on Friday, August I3, at 8
p. in. All who are interested will
take due notice and govern (hem
The Post Ollice at this place lias
recently been made a money order
office. This is a safe way of hand
ling money through the mail. It
will prove lobe a great convenience
to all patrons of this office.
Dorroh & Peden have recently
prepared a cellar for ice in the tear
of their new store building. A sup
ply of ice is almost always on band.
This is quite a luxury these hot
days, and also may be a conven
ience to sick people in the vicinity
who need ice. Call around and sec
thom and be sure to keep perfectly
cool. Dorroh & Peden also run to
some extent an undertaker's busi
ness. Almost anything in that line
may be had from them.
Now, we wish to ask what has
become of the tulker's-up of an I )il
Mill at this place? We begin to
want to hear and see more about it.
AU we need is some one to give a
start oil' and it will certainly be
BEWARE OF OINTMENT*! l?\QR
CATARRH THAT CONTAIN
As mercury it/ill surely destroy
the sense ill smell and completely
derange the Whole system, when
entering it through the mucous
surfaces. Such articles should
never be used except on proscrip
tions from reliable physicians, as
tin; damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can derive
from them. Hull's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by P. J. ('honey a
Co., Toledo, o., contains no mer
cury, and Is taken Internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and
mucous our faces of the system.?
In buying liali'j Catarrh Cure is
sure you get the genuine. It be
taken internally, ami made in
Toledo, Ohio, by E\ J. Cheney a
Co. Testimonials free.
gMT Sold by druggists, price 76
lias a fine locution, commodious bnlld
logS| modern equipments, axcollent cours
es, a splavdkl Conservatory of Music, Art
studio, mid departments of Elocution,
Physical Culture, BusJnasS, Stenography
and Typo writing. A large and Mile Pap
ulty. Keeps an excellont table and does
thorough Work at very moderate rates.
Opun September 'gl, 18!>7. Write for Cata
logue, to M. M, Ul I.K Y,
Greenville, S. C, July 28?'0-2m
All Maaiatratds are hereby liotifled
that County Chaih,-Gana "", al w"rk ?"
an iron BrJdgo across Salads Rlvor,. nd
will be there until further notiried.
J ill: CITY OF LAUKENS.
Vigorous us u Glau! ttefresuod With
Special To The Stale.
Hakkis Si'itlNUS, July 81. ?It is
fashionable now, almost do rigour,
to mako two jaunts during your
sojourn ut Harris LItbia Springs?
one to "lioaouiont" tho old Cun
Qlughaui house OU the Saluda, and
the other to tho old-new town of
Laurenu. "ltoseuiout" is six miles
from llio springs, and is the home;
of bats and owls and ashes aud
tears, and memories sad, proud,
historical. "Kosemonl". is an in
tensely Interesting place, but an
Intensely sad one.
THE GIANT REFRESHED.
Tho town of Laurons is 10 miles
from tho springs, but tho road load*
lug to ii is fine and firm, traversing
a country decidedly beautiful, A
Bpau of Brown's strong livery
steeds jerk you Into Laurons easily
in two hours and a half. Oil yes
torday morning live idle summer
people were so jerked, .Mrs. Isabel
st. Armand, of Charleston, Mrs. J.
M. Ford, of Augusta, Mrs. Con
stant [livers, of Savannah, Mr.
Ctaudo Garrott, of Harris Llthia,
and your correspondent of the
dark and bloody ground of l-'.dge
Ueld. Mr. Claude Garrott, whose
wonderful anil irroslstablo magne
tism is the outcome not only a very
handsome face and form, hut also
of the kindest and most generous
heart in tho world, was the Cico
rono of th party and fought, hied
and died, but nevertheless con
quorcd, in tho cause. Each out ol
tho ladies is a bol esprit?Lady
Bwcotapplo, Lady Audloy and
it is 10 o'cl^ok a. in. aud wo come
up to ii inagnlilcictit manorial and
barorlal home?a vast and tall old
fashioned majestic, white man
sion, sitting in tin* midst of a
'superb natural grove of perhaps
eight acre-. This is tho home of
John Laurens Manning irby?in
tho southern suburbs of Laurons.
I Senator Erby's brothers aud sisters
live near bint iu lordly modern
Now WG descend one almost in
fernal red bill and ascend another.
The rod hills of Kdgeliehl are
chalky and amicable compared to
those of Laurons. The magnifl
cent new aud majestic cotton mill
looms up in tho eastern suburbs, on
the oilier sidtt of a wide and en
tirely bottomless ravine, Way
down in IhOSC bottomless bowel: ,
Which are green and pretty, runs
the Western Carolina railway.
There stand the depot buildings.
And there swell?; Hie mighty tldo j
ofLiltlo River," making of Lnu
rons easily a seaport town. The j
graceful Bondolltl hotel faces us
and holds ou( its arms to us as we
drive wo&tward across tho square
with tho splondidly rejuvenatod
court house standing iu the midst.
The Dondella is most truthfully a
lovely modern house and beauti
fully kept. In the pretty parlors
of tho Bondella we flud a new and
very delight fill upright piano,
; which wo assail violontly and un
iutorruptedly for twelve consecu
tive hours?until the chief of po?
1 lice noli lies us, courteously but
firmly, that wo must leave tho
town. No! Nobody in Luurons
notifies you t<i leave. On the con
trary, every body is genial, gener
ous and hightonod to the last de
BALL A SIM KINS.
Col. B. W. Ball and Mr. Louis
Simkins, attorneys at law and gen
tlemen in the sight and favor of
God, and our chief supporters 1:1
Latirons. They make no long tar
rying to enter tho field Of love aud
prosperity. Thcso are men and |
lawyers and Democrats of thei
highest and truest school. To moot
them and commune washappinoss
enough for one day.
PEACH TREE STREET.
And now com OH Mrs. Louis Ward
law Simkins, than whom no lov
elier, nobler woman blesses find's
earth, iu a capacious barouche,
driving our pally (list through
Poach Tree street and then among
(no suburbs, Wo do nol speak of
Main street in Laurons as ??Poach
Tree st reel,'' in a spirit of badin
age. Honestly, II reminded us :i|
once and pleasantly of Atlanta's
aristocratic thoroughfare. It is a
long stretch of lovely homes and
churches. All tho four churches?
ICpiSCOpal, Presbyterian, Metho
dist ami Baptist?stand,as it were,
"cheek l)J jowl,"SO much so Unit the
nuncdiuiittis of the apostolic suc
cession must vex the stern psalm
of John Knox, and the free but
wavering grace of John Wesley
must mix somewhat painfully
With the "once iu grace always In
grace' of the Baptist. The
Presbyterian church Is handsome
and qtlitC large enough for l/uulnii.
Tho Baptist church also, is very
handsome. Tho Methodists are
building anew iu lordly style. The
homes on .Main si root, are charm
ingly mixed. Here a lovely, no
ble old ancestral mansion, there a
modern residence of wonderful
angles, turrets, towers, piazzas,
pagodas and sun parlors. Tnu
modern houses of Citizen Dial,
Bobo, Philpot, Davis, Owoos, otc,
are veritable palaces. They made !
us fool as peer as I >.z irus when
tllC dogS Iieked his sores. M 1., Dial
married .Mi-s Uuih Mitchell of the
old 1 *>at eshurg- Ldgolichl- Lexington
family. Her home is lit for a
TIIK COTTON MILL.
The new COttOtl mill is an enor
mous one--a four hundred thou
sand dollar one, ?10,000 to 35,000
splindles, mod to I ,000 looms. It Is
in lullest and most successful
operation. Around it, in most
admirably built houses live from
1,000 to 2,000 people. This mill in
all Its appointment , is absolutely
magnificent. Its popular, efficient
ami courteous president id Mr. W.
E. Luciih. We went to this proud
factory with feelings of intense in
terest, but in the midst of un
mitigated physical discomfort. Go?
iug through, a vast cotton mill at
'1 O'clock of a southern midsummer
day in no child's play. Nobody but
Und will ever know our Hullorlngs
while achieving tho feat.
w.\TKK WORKS AND BLJfiOTRlO
These intangible evidences of fin
} do sieclo progress and glory arc all
tjiort?. Thoy aro Just completed,
i not fairly turned on yot. But rest
i assured that now Laurens has both
I electric lights arid water works.
Sho has three bunks. She has mer
cantile establishments, and many
of thorn that may compare very
favorably with Columbia's and
Augusta s best.
hash's ON PARADE.
Wo wished very much to write
aboul nine or I Oil of the splendid
mercantile establishments of Lau?
roi.8, but "ltaslus on Parade
renders us wildly frantic, and for
bids our further progress. At the
Harris Lithia Springs, 800 people,
one after the Other, dally and
nightly play "llastus on Parade"
on the piano?tbo groauiug,
shrieking and unhappy piano.
" ?astus on Parade" Is not had, but
at Harris Ltthla II has become an
active feeder of the South Carolina
lunatic asylum. If there is any
thing In the world that wo would
willingly devote to the fury of the
infernal gods it is "Rastus on
Parade," and tho poople who play
TUE HOME COMING.
At t o'clock p, m. we leave the
charms and hospitalities of Lau
rens, and iho ices and grapes and
tigs and melons, to swoop homo
wards in tho glimmering gloam
ing. Lady Tippius and Lady
Bweotapplo and Lady Audley and
Chevalier (.'laude Garrott, the
Count del UIo Secern, are valiant
and beloved members of tho Har
ris Lithia management. Their 2'1
bouts absotice has been marked
by "groan In go- that cannot be ut
tered.'' Bui Harris Lithia hoidf
them again hi her bosom and la
J a m ks T. Bacon.
In One Day. \
No remedy is as Cllbctual in
eradicating and outing Catarrh as
Botanic Blood Balm, (Ii. 15 li.) It
purifies and enriches the blood,
eliminates microbes, bacteria, etc.,
ami builds up tlic system from the
llrst dose Thousands of cases of
Catarrh have been cured by its
magic power. Fol all blood and
skin diseases, it has no CC|ual, liny
the old reliable and long tested
remedy, and dou'l throw your
money away on substitutes, palmed
oil' as ??just as good." Buy the old
reliable Botanic Blood Balm. Price
?t I ,oo p< r large bottle.
SAYS IT is GLORIOUS.
1 cannot refrain from telling
yon wb.it a glorious medicine you
have Kor two years my mother
has suOcred with a severe catarrh
of the luad and ulcerated sore
throat She reported to various
remedies without Cll'cct, imlil she
used Botanic Blood Balm), which
cured her catarrh, and helped hei
W. A I'KITKK.
Foi ale L) druggists.
For Infants and Children.
Tho he- ^?rf ? j,
DR. W. H. BALL
OFFICE OVER NATIONAL SANK, LAURENS
offiok Days?-Mondayand Tuesdays.
Unable- to do Her Work Nervous
and Tlrod - All Those Troubles
Cured by Hood's Sarsapnrilla.
" For tho past tour years 1 have beeil in
foeblu health, ami for two years past,
owing to Ohango of Climate, I have not
been Obis to do my work. I wss nervous
and had a tired feeling and wits under I he
treatment of physicians, but I continually
grew worse. My husband Insisted on my
trying Hood's Barsaparilla ami I finally
consented, und began taking it the- first of
June, lS'.lli. The first bottlo did IUO so
inuoh good that [continued with it, ami
after taking four bottlos und ono bottlo o(
Hood's fills I am able to do my work,
Slid tho tired, nervous tooling is entirely
cured." Mas. Q. N. EIosba, Huwanoo,Qa.
Sarsap" Hlla ?
Pnrlftor. Sold by all druggists, Si; six for $5.
vj... . (?? ?->'? 1 ?? ?uro l.lvvr Ill>? and
iiOO? S Pills Siek Headache, aac,
t W.TU I
t I C BS
'Cheap, as IS. W. MARTIN"
'soils ii delivered at youi'i
itloor. No one need say
II(\v Hol Ii Is!
Furnished for picnic und
Prompt delivery, lull
weight und it the Lowust
K. W. iHAHTIN,
Laurens, S. t.
^?Telephone No. / i.
South Carolina College,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Session begins September 28th,?
Classical, Literary, Scientific, Normal
und Law Coursos, with Diplomas.?
Special Course-, with Certificates
Hoard $0 a month. Total necessary
expenses for tho year (cxoluslvo of
travelling, clothing, and books), from
$t 13 to $15.1, Women admitted to all
For further Information, address th
i 0 \VO< ?DWAU?
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARK ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIOIIT T< nil
EXCLUSIVE USK OF THE WORD "CASTOR] \ ' X|>
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR
/, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyam . tclmsctts,
was the originator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the saim
that has borne and docs now ^-rf ?rp* 0,1 every
bear the facsimile Signatare of CA^/ffl&fclfa wrapp< r.
This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA,'' which has boon
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
gears. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and sec that it is
the hind goa have always bought ^0 ?"srf- 0,1
and has the signature of O^e^/x^&c^U: wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H, Fletcher is
President. ^ ^ j
March 6\ 1897. <2#?<?/- iy<y^U^^,u.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even lie docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
Quality is Chief.
Lieutenants in this Store.
Did you ever analyze your friendliness ho us? That wil
pronounce dislinclly Ihe superioi facilities >><?? have claimed?the
characteristic advantages. You like the fullness of our varietyi
don't you? And the oxclusiveness of our Stock? .v;nl the rea
sonableness of price? And the sincerity ol our endcttvo^?the
honesty <>f purpose? These arc the links that experience and ti\ct
have forged into ,t chain that holds trade.
Pride of Laurens Flour our Leader.
Cjood wlical im tn- good llo?i ; Good ll?ui iheabs got
bread-. Good bread means good health. The Mills that produce
"Pride of Laurens Flow are in :in entirely new whoai distrif l and
are in a position to get lib very I>osl wheat obtainable. Try a
suck of Pride of Laurens and be convi iced that it is the best sold.
A Cup of Good Coffee
Is ever acceptable, it che
stimulates and nerves the in nl r.1
Java Unit \vc arc s< Hing d
the finest coffee in tin mal i ? ?
Codec at 20 cents pound is ii splei
Yacht Club Salad
ICxcellenl for Salad:?
materials. Will keep in any
A Few Cans
Left of Ihose dclit iohs
up in heavy Syrup, onl]
crs and enliy?ns the robust, it
Our number one break!list
!i" pouml?pounds i??i $1.00 is
the mone> Ow. P'ahcv Kio
icreW' top b<>u!c
?ling Peaches pti
sell 11 . .Ill
lias no equal fpi collars, cull's, sliii
dry purposes, hull pound packagt
Grandpa's Wonder Soap
Latlicrs freely in the hat ! t wai
Laundry, especially Inn- tor w ? den goods and guar
lulcly pure, only 5 cent.'; 1 cuki .
Wl? Al<!\ wide awake to votir interest i i?>i your
est arc our interests, \0111 success nur success. \W <?* 1?
fioods thai (pinlity considered uro as low in price as you c
elsewhcue, ISvcry man in this establishment i- laboring
fully and persistently tu pl< ise in tjtialily, price and
lau n -
Laurens Cotton Mills.
am? -.- . .: r
UV Mending and Repairing done at
short notice nud .-peeiul atloiltiou given
to watch o?*.
W. A. JOHNSON,
"MM? vS: Roheufefin's old stund
next iin.M^T'Mo^^^jla Hole).
Poopio of L?st\irens
t hnv< opened urfaliuigo Hahies?
.iu<; Saddlery business in the in tht
storeroom next to ,T. II. Sullivan's
on Main Street. I manufacture ali
of my Harness and sell them
cheapo: than you can buy this
shoddy Noitherh harness which ia
pUt Up by boys and git'is that have
hi > : ' ; rc of the business. I
, have heen working at the business
fbi 20 years, und can make any
kirn! of Harness from $3.50 up to
$56? ,0O. i Work from tlnce to live
harness in; crs all the time, and
can make anything you want that I
have not got in stock, but I always
keep ??' hit dock of everything i 1
my line on hand, I sell one grade
1 Hies; at $y.oo complete, t! hi
it yon can buy elsowhut in 1.au
reus for the same money I will
make - -1.c thai does it it present
>>t a set. i Sell all of ill)' goods on
twelve months guarantee it any
thing givt away I will lix it for
nothing. I also do all kind ol re
pairing at reasonable prices, Call
and t'.et prices and examine my
slOCk ol goods.
1 have a tracu attachment that I gi/'
away with every sctof harness that i
woi'ih in many cases from .f.'il) lotBUO.
It Is apattent fastener to keep tho I >??< ?
from slipping olt of the slnglotf
You can't hu\ them from any oin- 1 .:
metis ! have the right for this county.
I soil them at l? cunts a pair or ll pair
for -."> cents.
c.v Illghosl 1 jt Ices paid for Hilter.
The Lumens Harness Co.,
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S.U. & E. H/Wilkes & <j>.
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