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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY, DECEMBER IK. 185)8.
(Continued from Third l'age.)
Watkii Vllkt, Djc U.-Bro. H-itch-er
delivered a very tine sermon at Alex
ander this morning to a large congreg
tion. He also preached a good serin ju
at (Joshen this afternoon.
Everyone is highly pleased with Hro.
Hatcher, and we trust ne will have
great success In winning many souls
for Christ this year, on the Santa Fe
Hro. Dale preached at the Union
church in the valley this afternoon.
mere will he services at the Uaptist
church next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Mr. M. u. Johnson and family moved
to their new home near Hethei last
week. They will be greatly missed in
Mrs. Joe Dodson is still quite sick.
Trust she may souii bo well again.
Miss Kmma Kinzer ha' also been in
disposed for some time-.
Airs. Mattie Dodson visited relatives
on snow Creek last week.
Miss Lizzie Fleming visited friends
here th latter part of last wee K.
Miss Mattie C'uinmings, of Shady
Grove, Is the guest of Miss Oara .Uyes.
Mrs J. F. Johnson visited relatives
near Bethel recently.
Mrs. Lizzie Forgey is with relative
in Columbia. She will visit Nashville
friends before returning home.
Mrs. J. L. Williams visited friends
near W'illuirisport for a fesv days
NEAR AT HAND.
Work Will Probably
TWO DEATHS DUHIMG THE WEEK.
ltstwuen Solillern ami
h Numlr or I'erKiiiiH
Hurt Stlmr Note.
Lap Robes and ilorse Blankets.
Large stock and prices right. See
tf cSattkkkield & Dodson.
The work of mustering out and
pay ing off the two Mississippi regi
ments will in all probability he fin
ished by next Tuesday. December
20. This was the opinion of (lid.
Ueo. M. Oovan, the ranking officer,
as expressed to a Hekald reporter
j esterday afternoon. The pay-rolls
of the two regiments were finished
this week, and show that there is
about $320,000 due the troops, an
average of nearly $Uu per man. A
large number of extra coaches hare
been ordered to he in readiness here
Monday and Tuesday to transport
the soldiers to their points or desti
Christmas Is Nearly Here!
No doul)t you have thought of a great
many pretty Xnias gifts ! !
May be this cold weather
has reminded you of some
comfortable, warm foot-
Our men's Sfioes
Godwin, Dee. 12. It has been a long
time since we have appeared in the
columns of the 11 kkald, so we thought
we would take a little time to-day and
give a few items of news.
K. H. Haven, the merchant farmer,
has sold his stock of goods to Coggiu
Bros., of this place.
K. K. Daugherly, the live and hust
ling agent for the Columbia Mill and
Elevator Co., has been receiving a
large amount of corn and wheat the
past few weeks.
The young people of this vicinity en
joyed a "hop" at the residence of Mr.
1. II. Haven last week.
Miss Zora Hughes is visiting relatives
Miss Pearl Roan Is visiting her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen, near
M. L. O. Coggin goes to Nashville to
morrow on business.
Mr. A. J. Tlmiiions spent several days
last week In Nashville buying goods
ior ins store.
V e are glad to he able to report the
general health of the community good.
As ever, "Fit..
Timmons, Dec. V2 This gloomy Mon
day morning, us "Little Echo" has J i k t
arrived, she will try and send in vuat
few items she has gathered.
Hro Eubauks tilled his regular ap
pointment yesterday, and delivered an
Mrs. loin Harbison has been the
guest of relatives at Ttieu.
Miss Mattie Lee We oh has been the
guest of her sister in Columbia.
Miss Lillio Deaue will return to her
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas will move
to their new home soon.
Little Miss Lmra Hragg, of the Hen
.neighborhood, are the guests of Mr. and
Messrs. Ed Willis and George Harris
have been the guests of ML Pleasant
Hro. Eubank and '"Little Echo" and
her sisters, took a nice "rabbit hunt"
Saturday afternoon, and had a good
We are sorry to note that Mr. Jim
Forgey is on the sick list.
Mrs. Wintleld Harris is the guest of
her sister at ML Pleasant this week.
We think we will have a wedding to
As news is scarce, I will close, wish
ing much success to all.
guaranteed to cure.
-for the blood
A. B Rains
Kti vkrsvi llk. Dec, 14. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Murphy, of Hethei, visited
the family of Mr. Thomas Hrown last
Miss Josie Soarks. of Nashville, is
spending several weeks with her cons
in. Mrs. Nannie Hickman.
Misses Virgie Hill and Ixina Dagger
visited Mrs. Fry at Waco, not long
Miss Ina Douglas and little brother
iTiurh. of Knternrise. spent a lew days
with her auut, Mrs. Kate Hugger,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hickman will
mfii'A til i (1 lumhia this week. Mr.
Jnnpa. of Buford Station, has rented
thoir farm and will move soon
Most of our farmers are nearly done
wheat, and have killed their
. n '
Mr. Stewart iren killed the largest
heard of. It weighed t.)7
Stiversville will soon be on speaking
ior nu with Columbia. We expect to
i.i., a o i.lunhnna In a few daVS.
f will Dncirer is spending this
want; W it h friends at Minor Hill, Uiles
county. . .
m uinrimnn will move to his new
i,nmn in a few davs. and Mr. Orr, of
i ....nviiin will move where Mr. Hind
man now lives.
THOTUHT IT AS CIIKISTMAS.
Flv-Yar-01il ilrl tiitrriite'l Churvh
Srrvlcn to Make Hr .ptcli
t. la nnt. often that a five-year old
church servic. but
Ylll villi DW.'I' - ... . J
fu... ia wht one did yesterdax
,i.iu. ut the Lindsay Memorial
-i ii h2hoihv mid Main streets
nst the Sunday
school children have been studying
! " fr Christmas enter
ic- Un,l have been anxiously
awa ii.Vthe arrival of Christinas
Bay. Yesterday morning, after the
Sunday-school -ervtces were
i .ik. uermon. ine minister.
"V,"' vv r Rrandon. offered the
1118 , .. aiiri the choir sang a
r I notes of the
"l1""-,?: little girl hur-
Znuuling iust be
rieu iorwaiw .- .
T.vu l ' ir .rrtve a short recita
lore ine pu'F'' e
The minister looked perplexed and
A" o.,Hihlv from the con-
a iiue .- ."- - beforp
gregauo... xv :7-- the
the miuismr vuu. i . .
service-, as tie recun -5,11
1 tt. church members
91S ".r " tti irl had
.-nni iiiml I c -' r- .
taken yesterday for Christmas ana
ke l, Hr neecb was due.-Co.i-
The soldiers broke loose again last
Monday morning, and for several
hours they had the old town com
pletely in their own hands.
This Is the second time tne sol
diers have stampeded. The first
time they got mixed with whiskey,
but Monday they got mixed with the
snow. The citizens of the town had
begun to hope that there would be
no more disorder among the boys, as
they had kept good order since the
first diiy or two after their arrival;
but Monday's episodes were sorely
The soldiers were on the streets
early and began by throwing snow
balls. They seemed to ' have it in
especially for the negroes, for every
ti.ne a darkey would make his ap
pearance on the streets, a score or
more of them would commence yell
ing like Comanche Indians and
send a shower of snow-balls after
him. This sport soon became too
tame for some of them, and these be
gan rolling the negroes on the
ground, stuffing snow down their
backs, and placing rocks in their
snow-balls. A number of negroes
were badly cut and bruised by be
ing struck with these dhIIs. Not
only would they attack the negro
on the streets, but when one would
take refuge in a store a howling
mob would go after him, pull him
out and renew their attack with in
creased energy. Neither did they
care which way their b ills flew. A
number of passers by were struck
by the Hying missies, and window
panes were in danger.
tSoon tne negroes oecame scared,
and would not venture out up n the
streets. The coal dealers and gro
cery men, some of them, had to stop
their wagons or drive them them
selves, and business was greatly in
terfered with. After the "fun" had
been carried on for some time, Col.
Montgomery made his appearance
on the square and quieted the boys
there. Finally the snow Degan to
melt and soon disappeared, much to
the delight of the negroes and to
their employers as well.
The soldiers did not connne tnem-
selves to the business section of the
city, but a number of ihem stormed
the negro settlement nortnwest oi
town, known as Macedonia, and
tetrorized the darkies in that sec
tion by rocking the houses. Hnd run
ning the women aad children in
One negro on South Main street,
who was set upon by a crowd of the
blue-coats, resisted the attack made
upon him and strucit one of the sol
diers in the head with a brick and
nearly bit oil another one's finger
This infuriated the soldiers, and
they renewed their attack upon the
negro, cutting him badly in several
places. Further trouoie was pre
vented by the interference of the
i . ... ... ... , , i j
Mr. w. l. vjnanin s coioreu ui ivoi,
who had carried the children to
school in a buggy and was returning,
was stopped Dy several soiuiers.
who begin treating him in a very
rough manner. The negro took trie
buggv whip out of tne socnet, pre
sumably for the purpose of whip
ping the horse, when one of the
soldiers grabbed it, and catching it
by the smaller end with Dotn nanus.
struck a lurd blow at the negro.
The negro dodged, however, but had
the. whip struck him it would doubt
less have killed him. Trie lorce oi
the blow bent the iron rod to the top
of the buggy.
"Old Ladies' Comf'Tt,
rljeced lined Bhoes
Fleeced lined bed-room
Fleeced lined Juliets, any color
Fleeced lined Juliets, red and
Eighteen pairs of those adver
tised M isses Hhoes, sizes 13 to
I. $2 00 grade at
One of the best values we have
is a Ladies' High Cut Hoot,
Calf lined at
Too niai y Ladies' Overgaitors;
and the quickest Way to cut
down quantity is to cut down
the price, so here it goes: best
Best 50c grade
Extra high out, 10 button, best
Extra high cut 10 button, best
II. 25 grade
such a rit is ii;
wear like iron:
The following prices can't be
beat: Extra quality black
Vici Kid, kid lined
Extra quality Box Calf, calf
calf lined 3 00
Extra quality Box Calf, nickel
or brass eyelets 3 00
Any of theseshoes on heavy double
sole or single sole. Coin or bull-dog
We are selling a 5.00 Shoe for $3 50
(It sounds ahsurd, but its correct
geniiins Seell Cordovan $ 00 Shoes
for $:(.5i Any W, any last, any style.)
Fifteen dozen Men's$l 00 fancy
colored shirts, with curls de
tached: our price 09
Thirty-six Men's black Derby
Hats, newest shape $1.00
Men's heavy, Fleeced Under
wear. 49c garment, 9Sc suit
We sell the best 10 cent Collar
on earth. Warranted 2100 linen.
T. N. FIGUERS.
Angels' Is George Pol k DuBo-e,
grandson of the late OI. Ueo. W.
Polk, of Ashwood, Maury County,
Ten''. A worthy scion of his dis
tinguished ancestors is the young
soldier who enlisted at the age of
sixteen years. 'The Swamp An
gels' were known as the best drilled
company in the regiment and prnh i
bly in the 7th Corps, to which they
belonged when cammed in Jackson
The Herat.d is Indebted to Sergt.
Arthur W. Fridge, color bearer of
the First Mississippi Volunteers, for
a copy of his "First Mifloissippi Two
Step," dedicated, to Colonel George
M. Govan. t
The pretty show-windows at Mc
Keunon, Anderson & Foster's, dress
ed by Private Hugh McKane, of the
First Mississippi regiment, are a
credit both to the firm and the per
son who arranged thetn. They have
attracted much attention from
A majority of the soldiers now
have comfortable quarters in vacant
Btore-houes and residences in town.
A number of them, however, aie
still sleeping in tents at Camp Ham
The popular lt Lieut, of Co. E.,
2nd Miss., Will G. Landers, Is a can
didate for the office of Cltr Marshall
of Cla'ksdale, Miss., ahd Msinaiiy
friends among the soldiers earnestly
hope that he will bo elected.
There is a vacancy bt three com
panies in the 3rd Mls$. Which will
be filled with boys from the First
Theaoldier boys will be fed by
contract from tb-day until muster
The 2nd Miss. quartettet consisting
of Messrs. Hackle, Roberts, Landers
and Kandrisser. have Under con
sideration an offer to sing at the
peace jubilee at Washington in the
Every expectant mother 11
A trying ordeal to face. If she does not
get ready for
there is no telling
what may happen.
Child-birth is full
of uncertainties ii
Nahie is not given proper assistance.
Is the best help you can use at this time.
It is a liniment, and when regularly ap
plied several months before baby comes,
it makes the advent easy and nearly pain
less. It relieves and prevents " morning
sickness," relaxes the overstrained mus
cles, relieves the distended feeling, short
ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer
tain without any dangerous after-effects.
Mother's Friend is pood for only on
purpose, vir..: to relieve motherhood of
danger and pain.
One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or
cut by express on rei-e pt ot price.
Fhkb Boors, oontnininit valuable Informa
tion for womn, will be sent to any addMW
ayon appltcur.nn to
THE BRADPIELD R2aULATOR CO.,
taking establishment of West &
Nichols, where the funeral services
were conducted Wednesday morn
ing by Chaplain Edward Holoinon,
who made an impressive talk to the
comrades of the dead soldier boy
who had gathered to pay the last
sad tribute to his memory. The re
mains were accompanied to the de
pot by the members of Company A.,
and shipped to West Point, Miss.,
the honje of the deceased. Shirley
was an rphan boy. and leaves one
sister at West Point.
A. Wiunlr of lh S.il liir Ar Sufl'Mrlng
From IMHVri-iit Ailmnnts.
There are quite a number of sick
soldiers in the hospital at Camp
Hamilton and at various residences
intheciw. Most of the illness is
resultave from exposure to the
weather, and several of the cases
are serious ones.
Private Gorge Heber is seriously
111 at the home of Mr. B. T. Tiller,
on Houth Garden street, being afll'ct
ed somewhat in the same manuer as
Private Jack Wineburger, of Co
A., 2nd Miss , has spinal meningitis,
and his recovery is dou'Hful. There
are a number of more or less serious
Thanks From Co. C, 3ml Ml.
The members of Co. C, 2nd Miss.,
Volunteers, wish to return their sin
cere thanks to the following named
ladies, for their kindness in contrib
uting th six cakes to our dinner on
the 15th: Mrs. Milam, Mrs. Shields.
Miss EUa Helm. Miss Moore and
Miss West. Such kindness as has
been bestowed on the soldier boys,
is appreciated and will long be re
memoered by them. All the boys
that the ltdies have the right
way of helping out a dinner, an'd we
would sav. like the Master nas saiu
"when thou doest thine alms, do
them In secret, and the Lord will
reward thee openly." The boys all
invite the ladies to come again and
welcome. Much kindness makes
them all think of home and mother
r.ikH all strangers in a strange land
no will sav that we appreciate all
kindnesh shown us.
Co. C. 2nd Mississippi Volunteers
proach, attempted to hide the tur
keys by squatting down upon them
on the side of theroad. Mr. War
field accosted the men, and, in an
swer to his inquiry as to what they
were doing there, said they were
"resting." Mr. Warfleld said he
would "rest" awhile, too,-and keep
them company. Finally, one of the
soldiers became tired in his uncom
fortable position and arose and
started away, first attempting to
hide his bird on the ground. Mr.
Warfleld saw the turkey, however,
and notified the soldiers that they
were the very scoundrels he was
after. The soldiers then broke and
ran, five of them carrying their tur
keys with them, and the others
leaving tneir birds on the ground.
Mr. Warfleld attempted to identify
the men in camp, but as it was lat
in the evening when the theft was
committed, he could not recognize
I.aiil Down Their Arms.
The soldiers marched by om
panies out to the Arsenal last Friday
and rtiturd iyand laid down their
guns and other equipments. This
evidence of the near approach of
mustering out time did not seem to
make the bovs very sad ; oil the con
trarv, it had an enlivening effect
upon them, and they seemed to find
enjoyment in parting company with
their rules ana contemplating tnat
the timn was so near at hand when
they would bid good-bye to Uncle
GOOD It YE SOLDIER HOYS.
The time is swiftly coming, 'tis but one
When the 2nd Mississippi will be
"numbered with the dead;"
And although I long to see it, the time
will come to me
When I will wish no doubt again to be
with Company E.
Corporal Campbell, an old time
member of the Chicago Typo Union,
and Secretary of the Press Club of
the 2nd Miss., has proven hlinseir a
valuable acquisition to Co. E. in
getting the niustyr.-pufcf oilsJi sajpe.
Through the carelessness of 1st
Sergeant Robert -, Co. E's monkey
was allowed to escape to the street,
where, after an hour's hard chase,
lie was caught and returned to the
company s quarters. The hoys aro
requested not to leave any of the
doors open in the future.
A km y Beans.
URY AX STILL THE LEADER.
He Is SHU the Popular Favorite of the
Washington,. Dec. 11 News
that Colonel William J. Brvan in
tends to leave the army on Tuesday
next was received here by his many
friends with satisfaction. They all
agree that he is still the national
leader or the Democracy, with but
few dissenting views.
Who is the Democratic national
leader in your onUUow?
What will be the enter issue or tne
Democratic party in 1900?
The ahove questions nave been
asked Democratic Senators and
Representatives with the following
results: Twenty-three Senators to
"Old leader and old issues until new
ones are developed"; i)i) Representa
tives for "Bryan and financial re
form;" 9 Representatives noncommittal.
There are 41 Democratic members
of the Bnate. Some represent gold
standard constituencies, while oth
ers, who come from States where the
Democrats are regular, were them
selves irregular in 1896. Some of
these gentlemen are absent and
some declined to answer the ques
tions. In the House the Demo
cratic membership is 122, with a
spriukling of fusionists and silver
Republicans. The 108 interviewed
represent 24 States. The nine mem
bers who declined to commit them
selves represent three States.
The poll of the House shows that
the great body of the Democracy
has not changed views upon the
currency question, while it U
obvious tint the Representatives
who have just completed a campaign
among their people found that Will
iam J. Brvan is still the popular
favorite of the Democratic masses.
Kuril a flan.
Man that is married to woman 1
of many days and full of trouble. In
the morning he draweth his salary,
and in the evening, behold! it is
gone, it is a taie mat is ioiu.
vanisheth, ana no one Knows wneie
He riseth up clothed in the chillv
garments of the night and seeketh
the somnainbulent paregoric where
with to sdoth his infant posterity.
He cometh forth as the horse or
ox, and draweth the chariot of his
offspring. He spendeth his shekels
in the purchase of fine linen to cover
the bosom of his family, yet himself
is seen in the city with oue suspen
der. Yea, he is altogether wretched.
Robert J. Burdette.
The newspapers of the country are
chiefly discussing what the Presi
dent didn't say in hia message.
LI El' T. IIAKKY MARSHALL.
nii-il OHxtiTilty at the Hume of )lr.
E. I. (iriffhy.
Lieut. Harry Marshall, of Com-
pany r., first ltegimeui, uieu j
t rd'ay at the home of Mrs. E. D.
Grigs'by on West Seventh street.
he voting man haa oeen sick ior
-everul davs from the etTects of a
spell of yellow fever which he had
during the summer, and this was his
second relapse. Wednesday his
mother. Mrs. H. C. Marsnaii, ana
sister, Miss iMame, arnvu mmi
Jackson. Miss., and were with him
during his last hours. The remains
will be shipped mis urnmiug iv
Jackson, his old home, fyr Inter
Lieut. Marshall was quite popu
lar, not only with the men ot tin
company, but the entire regiment,
and his aeatn win u- suiei.v ic-gretted.
PRIVATE EMMET SHIRLEY.
Illt-il at Camp Hamilton Tiieily of Con-
Private Emmet Shirley, of Com-
..... . .II..!. ..nn rliall l.cl
rtanv A . r irsi m iksiumium. uicu .o.
Tuesday morning at Camp Hamil
.nirestion of the lungs. De
ceased was only 1" years of age, and
had ben sick for only a snori
having been taken 111 Sunday
remains were carried to the
Fight ar the Depot.
Several negroes and a number of
soldiers had a fight near the City
Oi-ain & Feed Comnanv's mill, on
the railroad, Wednesday afternoon.
The disturbance originated over a
quarrel between a negro girl and
white boy. The mother of the
negro girl came out from her house
to stop the quarrel, and, it is alleged,
started towards the boy, threaten
ing him. when several soldiers who
were standing near by protested.
The soldiers say the woman became
mad at this and shook her list in one
of the soldier's face, where upon he
hit her and knocked her down. The
husband of the woman, who works
at the mill, saw the fight, and
accompanied by several other tie
groes started for the blue-coats, who.
being outnumbered, were whipped
and put to flight. The soldiers soon
returned, however, with re-enforcements,
and again set upon the ne
groes, one of whom was .badly cut
and bruised, and was carried to town
and had his wounds dressed. While
returning to his home, accompanied
hv several Drovost guards, he was
met by part of tha mob and attacked
au-ain. The guards tried to hold
them at b:iv and tired several snots
promiscuously, none of which took
effect. The negro then broke and
ran, pursued by the enraged soLii srs.
He eteaped without further injury.
Several other negroes were also hurf
during the fracus.
We never saw a Spaniard; all we ever
foil iz lit was irruh:
Yet we suffered all the hardships of
heat and fever, too,
And to think we part forever, oh, there
comes in the rub.
And it maker- me feel at times a littla
I know that when we scatter, north,
east, south and west.
Where'ere we have it in our minds that
we ran do best.
The memories of the good old days will
come back to us all
And the faces of our comrades will oft'
cur thoughts recall.
So it's good bve now to Co. K., no more
to ever meet:
Tie sad to have to part, we know, till
lire is all complete;
Thre are three that went before ua on
Florida's candv plains
Three that we will remember, May-
combe, Gregory and llavnes.
I). L. Stkwart, Co. E., 2nd Miss.
We have rpenfd up in the old Kuhn & Turpin
Seventh fetreet with a full line of the best
building on East
'tsggies and ffliwness
and all kinds of the very best
In a few days we will have In a car-load
our friends to'call and inspect our stock.
We will pay the highest price for corn.
of wagons. We invite
The Roberts Machine i & Implement Co.
Mr. John Warfleld, who lives out
south of town, was the victim of
some marauding soldLrs last Sun
day evening, who visited nis nock
of "turkevs and caught and killed
fifteen fine birds. Mr. Warfleld was
notified of the theft, and, accon.
pani"d by Messrs. Seth and Wiley
Waifleld. set out to catch them.
Messrs. John and Wiley wartleia
rode atiead of Mr. Seth Warfleld.
The latter came upon the marauders
on the pike at Mrs. Meek's place,
and tne soldiers, noticing his ap-
Mr. J. M. Dedman will commence
to-dav to feed the soldiers by con
tract. The soldiers will take their
me tis out at Camp Hamilton. Mr.
Dedman receives 6a cents per man
ner dav fo feeding them, lie was
the only bidder, as Vaughn & Alex
ander and Leonard & Voss, who
made lower bids, withdrew before
the contract was awarded.
The soldier boys will keep shy of
Deputy Sheriff Church if they
should have a chance to go on anoth
er snow-balling spree while here
Several of them began throwing
balls at Mr. Church last Monday,
when they found themselves con
fronted with a -dangerous looking
six shooter. They quickly dropped
their snow-balls and put an end to
A negro woman who cooks for
I someone out past the Fair grounds,
was returning home one evening
this week with a bucket of food,
when she was stopped by a soldier,
who took charge of the bucket, ate
the contents and then returned the
pail to its owner.
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A remnhis correspondent writes
as follows to the Herald: "In the
ond Missisairoi Regiment at Camp
Hamilton there are a number of
Tennessee boys who joined mat
regiment, hoping to go to the front
with Fitihugh Lee. Among the
number who enlisted as a private in
the company known as 'The Swamp ,
A most unique attraction In the form of a weekly
news letter issued by the w ell-known
McClure Sews Bureau, of Chicago, which city is now the storm
center of the 5econd Battle
foi Bitnetalism. Headquarter- of the three allied Free Siver parties have alretdy
been opened in Chicago, and Mark Hanna has recently announced his Intention
J,.ltni 1 i lr txwriaa
The battle of l!K) Is already urdrr war. and this news service will keep
rotors well informed on all movements leading up to the alignment ot rc
We shall, In addition to giving this unsurpa-aod wcely service, also prduce
letters written for this psper by W. J. Hbtan. Jons P. Altokld, W. H. Harvky.
I'll as. A. TowsKttJJoRoR Frkd Williams t.ud other noted i.ki iuought
in lT jyj ."oniyper 10 the cnuntV that can offer its readers this service.
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