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EDITOlIAI COIItiES1'ON )ENCE.
Columbia, January :.. Three weeks
of the legislative session will soon come
to a close. The first half has been
practically passed and only two bills
have been ratitied. They both relate
t) imperfections in the jury panels and
are therefore only local. This does not
mean that our law-makers have not
been at work, for they have '.een labor
ing very hard, and night sessions have
already been held.
There has been some interesting dis
cussion and tonight the battle on the
dispensary will be renewed. There is
only one thing on which the friends
of the dispensary seem to be llnited,
and that is the abolition of the State
Board, but there are so many ditferent
propositions srld ideas as to what should
be substituted that it is ditliult to say
what the outcome will be. The cam
paign is ('oming on. atn a great many
of the members will wiant to be re-elect
ed, or try for something better. and
they seem afraid to tackle the question
in a positive and direct manner, but I
suppose that after the discussion warms
up the forces will get in line on the ditTer
ent sides and somctbing will be done.
The general opinion is that, apart from
a change in the mainagele('nit, whatever
that may be, there will be nochange in
the dispensary law.
benator Appelt's local option bill re
ceived an unfavorable report front the
committee, but it has been re-cominit
ted and will have a hearing before a
full committee, and will probtably re
ceive a favorable report wiien e:,nsi
ered by a full cotnmittec or at least be
reported without recottmendation. It
is not likely to be pas-ed at this ses
There was a lively debate over an
amendment to the law to pertit towns
and cities to extend their limits, but it
was killed in the House.
Saluda's railroad scheme also failed.
The sentiment seemed to be that it
would be bad preceder.t to permit a
railroad to be torn up as wits piOl)os.-d.
and then, too, the lawyers said it would
be unconstitutionalh as it woiil inter
fere with vested rights. I hope this
debate will only cause the Saluda p-o
ple to arouse themselves and -o for
ward to victory and secure a railrtcad
from Johnston to Newberry. or better.
from Edgefield to Saluda and New
1-erry. It should be built, and this lit
tle uefeat should not discourage the
The Newberry delegation has agreed
upon the Board of Registration and the
appointments have been made. They
are: Thos. E. Epting, Thos. .1. W"ih-on.
and Warren G. Peterson. This is a
new board and a good one.
Senator Mower has a good bill which
was brought over from lact session, and
should become a law. It provider that
all funds shall be disbursed by the
State Treasurer on the watrratnt of the
Comptroller Gecnetral. In1 othetr and
simple words it provides that the State
Treasurer shall be the treasurer and
pay out the funds, andl not hage a half
dozen different tr-easurers for- the differ
Mias Neville Pope has been in Co
lumbia during the past week witht lher
father, Justice Pope. The'nre have
been a good many Newberrians in the
city during the p)ast week, but sotme of
thoem 1 did not see.
I am exceedingly sorry to leatrn of
the death of Dr. P'eteir Iobertson.
When I was home on Sunday I called
to see him at his hiotme and spenit an
hour with him v-ery pleasantly, and
while ho was complaining of not feel
ing well and had a cough, though lhe
was cheetrful and leatsantt tand hopefol.
I had no Idea then that I would see him
no more in life, anid that death would
come so soon. It is only aniother evi
dence of the frailty and uncertainty of
human life, and that truly in the midst
of life we are in death. In his case I
believe he felt that the end was neat',
and likely to some at any time, and
that lhe was r'eady. 1 (10 not know any
one that I will miss as tmuch as Drz.
Robertson in a social, business and pro
fessional way. He was a good citizen,
an upright man, a devotedl husband, a
true friend, a sincere member of the
church, and so far as I know without an
enemy, and always true and faithful in
the discharge of any dutty that was his.
While he had no children of his o. -n,
he was devoted to children and they
were always fond of him. A native
of Charleston, he came to Newberry
about twenty-five years ago and
made his home with us and soon
became identinied with us and the up.
building of the town and its commer
cial, social, educational, and religious
interests, and did everything in his
power to promote.the interests of his
adopted home. As a pharmacist he
stood in the front rank of his profes
sion and was so tecognized by his
brethren in the State, and at the time
of his death was the president of the
Pharnaceutecal Association and -a
2nember of the State board of examiners.
I shall sis him ipore than I can tell.
'I loved him as a brother. lie has loft
'&hp legacy of a good name and Z shall
Qherish his memory while life lasts.
'Zo hisettloken wife,- to whom he was
devoted and to his immediate fatnily, I
**tand eineaoro aynpaLhy- andl die tn
assure them that my sorrow ib a4 deep
and sincere ais theirs. I ann do no less
than pay thlis feeble tribute to his mtemi
ory. His friends and acquaintances
extended to all parts of this county and
to all classes of our citizenb and they,
too, wsill miss him.
Iequescat in pace. :. 11. \. t
The taxpayers can Commend the Leg
islature for one thing-adopting the
biennial session idea. Let the good
work go on.
A question that every farmer should
be able to and thould answer for him- )
self is: Does i pay to use conuercial
fertilizers o1 Co'ton?
('oluimbia's growt h has made the es- I
tablishment of another banking insti- i
tution nece'Iary in that city. It is I
known as the State Banking and Trust
(omurpany. and State 'Treasurer Tim- I
me'mianl is its I'resident.
The jury Coninissioners of Green
ville County are making the experi- i
ment of plcing the names of mEiniste rs
and newspapler Tile in in the jury boxes.
tI(ler the law they are exempt, but I
not diltual:lied, and we believe it a I
good step. If this custom was a Ihered
to throughout the State we would have
better jury service or less c; iticism and
either would be an improvement.
The IIriti ,i had better abandon theitr
undertaking as a had job. The I3oers
are proving to) inluhel for them, and
before they are subdued the British
will find that they have an elephant on
Congress is killiiiI a lot of valuable
tille over the question of seating Rob
erts, of Utah, who is being (lenlied his
seat on the ground that he is a Iolyga
inist. We do not advocate the doctrine I
of a plurality of wives, but simply ven
ture the assertion that if that is the
only fnult of Ioberts, there are men in
Congress who will vote on his case, unii
worthy to u1nloos,e h is shoes.
A Greenville Imagistrate has decided
that lying in horse Swapping 01' titd
imlg cannot ('(ount ill coli-t, because not
sworn to. 1Ie had a negro on trial and i
proved that lie made gross lisrepre- I
sentations to effect a swap, but held I
that that kind of lyinig wtouldn't count I
In court. and found the ncro not guilty. 1
The horee traders will he happy at this 1
ruling. They are at liberty to make
a! the .i-e1)'resetations they choose
in tradin;;in Grecencille.
The Greenville Times has suspended
publieation. It imade its last a))ea: -
anee oin Iuieday afternoon.
Life nI lPM .kure I' dl(1.
Mir. Joe Cabell Davis State Manager
Mutual Iteserve Fund Life Association
of New York. Greenville, S. C.:
Dear Sir: I'lease accept my thanks
for the :-atisfactory settlement of the
policy held by my father, "Janes N.
Martin" in the Mutual Iteserve.
F'Qri*: N. 31.A T'llN, Adml'r.
T.:Ne Mtutual lI e"erve is in its nline
teenh y i ealr. and2( has laid ini the past5
eighteen years over forty' million dot
lam's to the widows and orpl'anis of its
dleceased p)o;'ey hiold.2rs. IL has over
270 millijog) of insurance in for'ce, over
$l.5. ,00 actual surplus11 iahave eveiy
setts to every $l.t. liab'2'iy. issues
everyv up to date P'olicy contract ('on
tinling iZuar'antee'd caslIhlodn, extended
and Paid up) valtues. I-'very piolicy con
tainls the celebrated total disability
clause which p)ays the p)olicy holder one
half of his policy while he hives. All
contracts dividend bearing. Good, live
energetic agents can secure liberalecon
tracts by writing
JOE CAilELL D).\Vl.. Mlnager,
Greenville, S. C.
Notice to Townshyij P'enelon lioards.
The Town sh ip Pension Hoards are re
(2nested to met in their several town
ships at the usual11 pla1ce of meeting on
Monday, the 29th day of January, 1900,
andl examine the rolls of their resp)ee
tive townshi ps and pass oii all new ap
plications. All new appllicants muIst
appear before the board in person.
Township boards may drop from the
roll the name of any puerson, who in
their jud(gmecnt, is not entitled to a p)en
sionl under' the law. They may add to
roll the names of new applicants. Those
alr'eady on the roll reed not file new
appllications, but must, rep)ort to the
boards. The places of meetIng are as
No. 1-At Newberry C. Ui.
No. 2-At Bethel school house.
No. a-A t May binton.
No. 4-At Cromer's store.
No. 5-At, Jalapa.
No. 0-At Longshores,
No. 7-At Williams'.
No. 8-At Utopia.
No. 9-A t Prosperity'.
No. 10-A t Jolly Street.
No. 11-At Wicker's camp ground.
Old boards will act, where new boards
have not, been elected by the veterans.
M. A. CarlIsle,
Ch'mn County ExamInIng Board.
Jan. 19, 1900.
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand11( and1( foot for years
by the chaIns of diseairo Ia the worst
form of slavery. George D). WIllIams,
of Manchester, MIch., tells how such a
slave was made free. He says: "My
wire has been so hielplces for five yeatrs
that shte could not turn over in bed
alone. After usIng two bottles of Elec
trIo BItters, she is wonderfully 1m
proved an d able to do her own work."
This supreme .remedy for feniale dis
eases quickly cure nervousnewss, sleep
less, nmelachoh ly, headache, backache, <i
faiutIng and dizz~y spells. TiIs mIracle,
workIug medIcIne is a rodsend to weak, I
aIckly, ruti down peopi.e. Every bot,
t.Ie uarantend ny 60 cet. 8o,d
We have had nice rains and the grain w
s looking line.
We are having the prettiest Jal)nary i
reather we have hud in a long titte.
Congressman A. C. Latimer hits our
hanks for a few packages of garden
Our sehool is full and moving along
We spent a few ho'urs in Newberry
>nGue-day. Glad to see the grain II
long the road looking so nice.
Mrs. Shealy has been confined to her If
oomu the past week sick, but is able to
et out again, glad to state.
G(ad to see the Legislature is nov
ng on nickly with work. 'i
Sunday afternoon we had the pleas
tre of having an able ser"mon preached 13
n1 \Vightwuan Chapel church in Pro -
>vrity by the pastor, I ev. W. 11. Ariail. A
i'. A riai1 is a good speaker, and is
leld in Iigh esteem by his people. - \i
We have heard it spoken of that
ro-lp"rity will likely have a Cotton A
eed Oil mnill in the neat' future. ''his
good newls, and we hope the citizens If
>f the town will not become (iscour
geed, but go to work and build the mill. y
'rosperity needs a ootton seed oil mill,
mnd we do know it would be a paying if
mnterlprise. Put in the mill by all
n1ean. Sn ;. Si
i nnarknjle ilescuo.
Mrs. Mlichael Curtain, Plainfiold, Ill.,
ilakeH tbe statemttent tiat she caught -
1old, which elted o11 her lu ngs; she
vas treated for i month by her family
,lysieian, but grew worse. HIe told A
I( r she was at hopeless victim of conl- w
mmlllptiou and that no medicine could
-tre her. lIer druggist suggeste D.t. i
King's New lliscovely for Con
mimption; she bought a bottle and
o her delight founi herself benefited T)
romnt the first deo e. She conl
inued its use and alter taking six hot
lcs, found herself sound and well; now 1
0Hes her own1 lousewo'k, and is as well
is shte ever was. Free trial bottles of I
hi, (Jreatt )iseovery at all 1)rug
tores. Only 5) cents and $1.00, every
>ottle guaranteed. Is
lentingn Iluooad Timothy Crook.
We have moved and become calm
tind serene, as lilI Arp mnight, say. w
\loved among at good people, good,
)roductive land, wood in any quantity
otd quality, rabbits, squirrels, birds
tnd frogs in prorusion. I might add
,hat there are minks and hawks plenty T
tlso. Indeed this is ia thriving coin
nunity. She is nut (lead nor asleep,
>ot awake and aiive to every good work.
MJr. Vaughn has put up his saw mill Im
lear here. y
Mrs. Ida Cousin, her parents and
ittle Sallie visited friends in Glymph- o
-ille last Saturday and returned Mon
lay. They report having a p'easant -
Mr. B3uzhardt will soon move -iu the
louse vacated by Mr. Luther Cousin.
Mr. .John Cousin is building an addi
Lion to his dwelling house.
Mr. Jim Cromer killed two vt.d
lucks last Friday, and Mr. Johnnie
'ousin one Saturday, near here oil the
'iver. So I might have added, wild
ILucks plenty too, and a fine dish wheng
>aked like the one tile writer had the
dleasulre of <Nating last Saturday. Oh,
~es, goodi cooks around too. I
Mir. John Cousin had the pileasure of
ntertaining the school teacher, MrIi.
Flowell Henry, laLst Thursday night.
?;iad to heaur from you occasionally,A
Mirs. Iioozer' visited ber' datughter,
airs. Cromner, last Sunday.
Last T1huLrsday as Mi'. Cousin was on
1is way home from his son Johnnie 's.
1is hoirse ran someC distance with him
.hr'owing him out of the buggy and
turting himn some, but glad to say no
A two year old negro chlildl was
urned to death nleari herec last Mlonday,
Come t.o the front, "Plow Boy," and
ion't go in at the back (door tile next
,fie you call on your girl.
?MOD. L. Copeland ~
is in the West buying
stock. He will return
by February 1 st with a
mnce lot of Horses and K
M ules. f&t4t
The Auditor's Appointments.
Auditor Cromner, or an authorized
Igent, will start on his rounds of theI
younty on the 16th of January, for thej
>urpose of taking returns of personal
)roperty for the year 1900, and from
,he 1st to that time will be pr'epared toA
ake your returns at his oflice in New
erry. Thue following are the appoint
"' Pomaia, "' 27th.
"Jolly Street, " 29th. b
"' Slighs, " 30th.
" O'Nealis, " 31st.
" St. Lukes, February 1at.o
"Prosperity, 2nd and 3r'd,
sndl at Newberr'y untIl February 20th, J
tfter which time the law recuires ai
enalty of 50 per cent. to be added. All P~
20tes atl( nd or'tgages and mionoys are c
~axable, and persons betv-?en the ages
)f 21 and 60 yiears are lia!de t.o p oll tax
inless exempt by law. rThe law pr'o-W
rides also for' an income ox on incomes ~
>f *2,500 and upwards.t
BIC LOT OP oi
Sold 1 4Kt. Gold Watches
-:IN ALL.8IZES AT :
x>ANmmL cb o's
New Supply of Gold
mnd Silver Hearts just
DANIELS & o8r*
e'll begin with i box, aid the p1lu
it the plural of ox should bio oxv
ten one fowl is goose, but two i
A the plural of mouse should nev
nl may 1111(1 a lone mouse or a who
nest of mice,
it the plural of house is houses, n
the plural if man is always call
by shouldn't the plural of pian I
te cow in the pltlrri may be cows
it a cow if repeated is never call
id the pliral of vow is vows, nov
id if I speak of a foot and you 81he
me your feet,
id I give you a boot, would a pair
oni is a tooth and i whole set a
by shouldn't the plural of both I
called be th?
the singular's this and the plural
tould the plural of kiss be nicknanil
ten one man bo that and three won
Lt hat in the plural would never
td the plural of c'tt is cats. not coi
e epeak of a brother and also of bret
.it though we Fay mother, we nov
ten maseulin pronouns are he, I
it imil., tl'. the femlinin11, she, alh
the English, I think, you all w
the dod rotlest language you ev
An Exceptlion to the Ru'e.
A shop where you can get what y
att anl I when YOU want it.
S A HRI. Lesata, Manager. t&ftf
o Atntnistration (ets Itself Into I
Washington, Jan. 23.-Tlo a
inistration's rather too pronoune
mpathy with Groat Britain's w;
the Boers, is getting it into i
Senator Halo (leclarod in a spee<
the Senate, that ho believed nit
nericans out of every ten symp
ized with the Boors in their stru
e for liberty, and the Senate ado1
I Senator Allen's resolut,ion, aski
by tho State department refus
cognition to properly accrodit
presentative of the Transvaal :
blic. And the trouble is just I
At a big meeting last night,
hich there was some scorching ta
hich must havo made Mr. McK
y squirm, if ho read today's Was
gton papers, the principal speak<
rer Senators Hale, Ala and 10
in, and Rlepresentativos Bailey, I
rmoend, Sulzer, Lontz, Laub, Chat
lark and Gordon.
ICRYAN NOT SUP'ERSTITIOUS.
3ctie Somo Facts WVilcia Ma.j Expi
1114 had Luck.
(Special to Grenvillo News.)
New York, Jan. 23.--There
rirteen guests invitedl for the Bry
nner at the democratic club tonig
r. Bryan says he is not afraid of
ippor situation. "I dent mind sitti
>Wn to dinner with thirteen if I
aingry" lhe said "I was nominal
1 Friday and I wear opals."
0 YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME B3ACE
Idney Trouble Makes Yout Miserat
Almost everybody who reads the ne'
ipers is sure to know of the wondei
cures made by
the great kidnev, 11i
and bladder remedy
'C ~ It Is the great m<i
cal trIumph of the nI
\- fiteenth century;<
- covered after years
- - Udscientific research
-. nent kidney and bl
-" ' der specIalist, and
onderfully successful In promptly cur
me back, kidney, bladder, uric acid tr
es and Bright's Disease, which is the w<
*rm of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not r
nmended for everything but if you havelI
sy, liver or bladder trouble it will be fot
st the remedy you need. It has been tes
so many ways, in '- spital work, in prlv
'actice, amen g the ..elpless too poor to y
ase relief and has proved so sucoessfu
ery case that a special arrangemnent
ien made by which al readers of this pa
ho have r 'it already tried it, may hav<
mple bottle sent free by maili. also a b<
lling more about Swamp-Root and how
id out if you have kIdney or bladder trou1
hen wrIting mention reading this gener,
fer in this paper and
nd your address to
r. Kilmer & Co.,Bing
Lmton, N. Y. Thes
gular fifty cent and somoe Bvap-n<
>lar sizes are sold by all good druggists
Notios to Oreditors,
4EF88RS. GR AHAM & DUNN,
Pormarla, , C. having snado
signiment, to me, all thoe.rcredt
e i,teroby notIied to mnee? in m'F of
Nlewberry,-8. C., on Februiary 3, 101
11 a. mp., to elect ani agent~ of Qre(
.LAMBERT W. JONE',
Are prepared from Na
ture's mild laxatives, and
while gettl- are reliable
re andl efticient. They
i 'ous the Liver
Cure Sick 1 Icadache, Bil
iousness, Sour Stomach,
A and Constipation. Sold
everywhere, 2c. per box.
d 'repared by C.I.Hood & Co.,Lowell,Mass.
Notice is hereby given that,the books
Dr of sub-ription to the capital stock of
Seh ii in pert Iiardware C'o. will he opened
at F'. A. Schumpert, Agt. Store on
\ tl iie-tav. .lanuary 2 i1 h. 119i0.
l-'l"l:)l-:lutt'K A't -tI'l'1;lPl:HT,
\I I LT()N .\. C'Au [bSI-:,
tv "f tf. ("orporators.
re Etlaid Seholtz' S
L'ine Watches. Rings, lBroaches, Studs,
d Sleeve and Link Buttons, Silver
Novelties, Silver Table \Vare,
Id Cut Gla,s. Gold and Sil
he ver Spectacles and
Which we will close out, as we will
is discontinue keeping them.
is EPUIRD SCIIOLTZ.
JEWELER AND OPTI.IAN
Stop That Hack!
.Stop That Hack!
\\'hy don't you stop that Hacking
Cough and not suffer yourself and
annoy other people when 25c. invest
ed in Robertson's Compound Cough
d- Syrup will settle the whole business?
. Don't forget that a stitch in time
ot. saves nine, and a neglected Cough
h and Cold sometimes leads to Pneu.
monia. Robertson's Comp. Cough
g- Syrup is manufactured and sold at
0 Rll~IIRUIm STORE,
tre ' I
an ,$ j
ed ilkWaists and Becauity.
... You cannot see one without the other
in this assortment. These Waists are
remarkable in many ways, btit lprin
cipally for QUAAITY' AND PRICE. All
are handsome. In black and a varie
ty of colorings. Plaited all. over.
Newv back without vnke, llare cuffs;
'Ie. lined throughout. 19 .8 Won
derf(ul value, Will have
NEW SPRING G00D$
ot, to show you in about TEI~N D)AYS. All
rer Winter Goods are being closed at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. New
di- stock of Butterick's Pattcrns and
Fe 1ebr'uary Delinceator' nowy on sale.
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
*rt COUNTY OF NEWBERRLY-IN
ec- COMMON PLEAS.
Id- Edwvard R. Hipp, Plaintiff, against
md Iveson-Joh nson, Defendant.
ted Summons for Relief.
ur- To the Defendant above named:
in O7U ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
in. and required to answer' the corn
per plaint In this action, of which a copy is
I a herewith served upon you, and to servo
>ok a copy of your answer to the said conm.
to plaint on the subscribers at their ollce
>ie, at Newberry Court MIouse, Bout.h Care
>us lina, within t,wenty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such
Sservice; and if you fail to answer the
complapt.within the timu', aforesaid,
tho plaintiff in thia action will apply to
o6 the court for the relief demanded in
--- Dated December 20th,'.A. D., 1809.
SCHIUMPERT & HOLLOWAY,
)F To the Defentdant above named:
an Take notiedl that the comp~laint in the
>rs above entitled action was filed in the
ico office of the Clerk of Court of Common
'IPleas for Newberry County on the 20th
ti day of Dedember, A. D , 1899.
' 80BoUMPERTa & 5TOLLOWAY,
Plaintiff's A ttornoe.
All Winter Goods
Next Thirty Days.
February 1 st will be stock taking
time with us and we want to reduce
our stock greatly by that time.
Don't Forget These Factsa
GOOD THINGS FOR
As Chri:tmas is fast, approaching, everybody is beginning to think abo u
whore to buy Good Substantial Presents for their friends.
IN THESE DAYS AND TIMES
Good Serviceable and Useful Presents are much
more appreciated than pretty ones that are
only good to look at.
If you will call in to see us, we will be glad to
show you a great many things that would make
good and useful presents, namely:
A GOOD SUIT OF OLOTHES.
A NICE OVERCOAT,
A NOBBY HAT.
A STYLISH SHIRT,
A NEAT PAIR OF SHOES,
A GOOD UMBRELLA,
AN UP-TO-DATE TIE,
A SILK HANDKERCHIEF,
and in fact anything to be found in a First Class Clothing and Furnishing
Store. Allof those you will find fresh and stylish.
cOM"VX3 C3leT3EM CO 'vt .A3.-a.S!
M. A. REN Wi/ICIl
The National Bank of Newherry, South $
Alexander Singleton1 and Ellen M%. La
arE,O COUTdnAT D
highest b dr eoeteCourt House
at Newberry, S. C., on saleday In Feb
All that lot of land in the town of
Newberry, State of South Carolina,
containin one-h1a tstoreo tLles
Episcopal church lot and McMorris
T1erms or Sa'e: One-third caish, bal
ance in one and two years, with inter- ~Ji .
est from (lay of sale, to be secured by WEl i
bond of purchaser and mUortgage of
ises to be insured and policy assigned
Pttrchaser to pa >or papers and
Master's OffIce, Jan. 11, 100.S lin
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,duigJna,ad
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--1N ofrnwapriual
COMMON PLEAS. go iea rcsta
Johinson, Defendant.if agains Iveso
Summons for Relief. Oushwnsebae
To the Defendant, Iircson Johnson:it
YOTU ARE HIEREBIIY SUM-bridris
the compaint in this aion, of whis
a cop)y is herewith served upon you, I
and to 3erve a cop)y of your answver to ht
the said complaint on the subscribers ''
at their oilice at Ne wberry Court H ocuse,vvhieO'kdMs ns
South Carolina, within twenty days af- X ieN
ter the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of snob service, and if you fail to\ ht AlO"
answer the c6mplaint, with in the timevrS
aforesaid, the 1Plaintif in this action Vht M
wil appynd h cot faon the relief .uln ndr
Dated 23d December, 1899.
SCHIUMPE.RT & HOL LOWAY. Thsgodar
To the Defendant, Iveson Johnson: makdVR LO ,
TaenotIce that the complaintI nd nadto oti
thecabove entitled ct,ionC wa tld lo
2on Pia foteNewberr y County on the1
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