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No wonuiu ever dresses low, nays an
exchange, from n high motive. No lady
pocs to the opera, (coutmuca the
cosmopolitiin), to balls <?r dinner parties
with her bosom buro for the purpose of
pleasing hor husband or her ufliuuoed
lover ! Neither does she denude hor
Let
this
ion of her own
the ^J&ivc l<y
nig ^fVpulic"
delicate subject
Ye
bl
sei
JcSTTTJa mris'
us treat
[ally, %(
that
oxqjjnjr?:
bust of a licautiful womaiTi. Ami l .1
this very treason it tdiould not hocxposod
to tho wanton gate of vulgar ejee. No
woman \vl o truly loves licr.husband
e\er de.-ins to exhibit her charms ''??
tj erod, sweet and j rccious" to any e_)o but
his. And j> t what do we s-'c, In r.tili r
\\ lint do wc no! pee" in the shape of riak
od urnis, shoulders, backs and bosoms,
slsfBnYnsifJBr V^js^^M^MVas^as^iM^Si aflaHBV
nr
a
il r
therefore, it
have In.ml
^s*r.uu..d." Du
ll mi ih. fair I nfiuv
iety." One
con I in ua I ly reminded ?i I lie sare ism
of Dr. Franklin, nearly Olio bundled
years sgo, who, when j>. u.-'-n I at one ol
these gathering^ of nndrc .-wed jjiiigluh j
Women, when asked if he b id ever Ketl
anything like it'beforo, blushingly n
e m-e<] m l n<.\\ duel
existence of this fashionable scandal
J.etns- fcU;! ?? at the root 0/ tbe imuioiai
custcm of "low dressing.1 The motive,
OB we have Said, was i.ot a j;yod out ;
t must be a bad ruio. We
men who consider tin ui
selves connoisseurs at these exhibitions!'!
feu.ale uudity, decline thai tliey "liki
it* but n.uul? uof like 10 sue tlitu
wives half naked in publici" No
man who properly prizes his wife evet
did; or ever will, like to.foc his b ttei
half cxji.siig her naked. brtid in pnbl>
It is clean and cotitdusivo, thuii, Ihitl
this low n?ck fashion never w is design
hm bauds. Awn eveu women will alw v
"piik to pieces" tbe most auJjicii'Ua'sM?:
dressed belle of i he Jj ill. WhV, then
do women persist in this iuiui id st, im
moral and unhealthy . *!ylo ul'.Le.- '.
One is almost afruid to press the quo."
tion to an honest, logical solution. T!>
Flic bares her bust to excitesiwholhin
more than cuvj in woman and admirati
this pbe "k now I' .11 w
icr'Uml
tail..!
io mirror-in the character oTn ntutu*
J?\ vivante. On the scorn of health, the
faahiou cannot be tou^i, i.v denoun
ced. How many 'fntul cases of consutnj -
_tion- have isnen caused by su Idea e*>
posuv0?ot}^elidrmwluiKh-lir..,nc,iu
ing out of steaming ball rooms and opera
houses with the most vital put tii<
wly -.entirely uiiproK-cb d. Ou tl..
tombstone of many a beautilul woman
might be truly iusei ibed, </< ?/./( i' << h fui
Hands ami What Thvy Mean.
tls nrc infinitely varied Their
shape Hut- the nails, Ingtb, width
roundness, are as d 11 ' rent . c individuals
There are hands that Prem intellectual
in their symmetry, b am ilul llcxib 1 l\
and grace of motion. Fouie uuu.fcuft.ajid
voluptuous, ami others preei.v'. stnkin-,
' and brilliant. Tho fhriii of the hand
often expresses the c^ij^ilttjlsj }fl/thV
person to whom it belongs. 'iUieatvong
palm, conical !in?cr.i, and tniall thumb
indicate io woman indolence, fancy and
ingc 'J be sipiurc bunds bei m- to
tbu iulcllectuul and nmbilioas, and those
who lore iulluenoc and nilu. Tbcsm.iji
soft, ahuojt lleshluss bauds, butw*'j,and
with knetted lingers, are briili.iut and
witty. F'in^ujgp^ sJoiitsaUdy. fwMQ^\,u>
the ends, love domestic life. 'lviie sma 1
thumb and fingers, broadening at ti e
euda, desiro activity and a praotiula
knowledge of tho world. TliQMV uTC
smooth and knotted fingers; to the first
belongs grace, .to the second, reason
Comical liaffds* witTi pointed utigera obej
MfjfelrsWraa
in painting, poetry, romanee, and iimur, .
Thcro arc soft bands more' capable o.
tenderness than of love, and "delicate
''^^Wglrl'TaWT ^r??ifl)^^
und sympathy of touch au I made to
minister to pain "and grief;" hard hand*
that kuow not tenderness, but are not
ha
saw
I
The etati day the teacher spelled 01 t
tho word ljf r a e e,' and asked ihr1 yotiu;.
man tj^u-niyiitii^i^ Iii?. .01 v.- it up
kWhat ditf your further say this tu r
ing beforecntiuJsi^ouaW?fffssM?^A
Tlia^bow^ouaktl a miuuto^aud iitiid
'Da ra'afvD-? these ?gg^Uicy arc
rcUon.^aajsjuWfjsjasjO ? aasreff 5Hf?e \?%
To prevent CaffiX^iiV ?ufng M r ife
washing, hfTnA^lfre?^UItfontu\ltTd'rdui
quarts of water, put the calico*in while
hot, and leave it till t ool. Intbisw y
the cidors an. rendered porinuuunt, atnl
will not i'adu by hubsequcut trashing.
13 It JAMISON
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
\Vil4mVvuct}cq la thu Couru-uf uiiaKIM:
RUllO. and RARNW1LL.
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
lly
Fever and Ague,
from which mankind mfler ov.t a large part of
! tiit- globe, is tho consequence of a diseased action
, in tlio BystCIO, induced liy Qic poisonous missm of
\v;;?-i decay. 'I'lu ; exhalation is evolved by
' r heat on u. i soil, and rises with
r fiotn it. While the sun Is below
111'- hoi i.mii tin ; vapor linucis near tin* earth's sur
laco, and x?>?? viius ib taf:en with it tarqp^h the
hums into tin- blond. There it rttjs ason Irritating
poison on ih?* internal viscera and excreting organs
of the body. The Uvcr becomes torpid and (ails to
secrete not only this vims, but also the* bile from
the blood. Roth the virus and the* bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitu
tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the
stomach sympathise with tho liver, and become
disordered also. l-'iuvdly, the instinct of our or
ganism, ns if in an attempt to expel the noxious
infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the b?dy
in the internal esorotorics to force them to rust it
out. -The blood loaves the surface, and rushes to
the central organs with congestive violence. This
is the Cm i.l,. Hut in this elfort it fails. Then tho
Fbvbb follows, in which the blood leaves tho f.on
"trul organs and ru*Ui?s to the surface, s*s if in
,")uiBthur cllorl ti>?xO?l thoirdtailEg poison through
that other great excretory ? the skin. In this
also it fails, and the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits lor the recovery of strength
to repeal the hopeless elfort another day. These
arc tho tits or paroxysms of Fbvbb am> jAotiB.
buah coiiHtitutional disorder will of course under
mine the health if it is Hot removed.
AVe have labored to tind, and hare found, an
antidote,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralises this malarious poison in the
bin i I, and stimulates the liver to expel it from the
body. As it should, so it docs cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what i * of more sort ice to those sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels
it rrd&l the system as it is absorbed, and thus keeps
those who uso it free from its attacks; keeps tho
system in health although exposed to the disease.
Consequently it not only cures, but protects from,
the great variety of affections which are induced
by this meRgnaut influence, such as Remittent
I'over, Chill Foyer, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Rilious Headache, RilTous
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Oout, Ulitidncss,
Toothache, Raracho, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful AMcctiois <>f the Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis,, and Painful Atfeetions of the
Rtmnaeh and Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will lie found to assume niore or
less the intermittent type This ?* Aoub Ctuin "
removes the cause of these del angemcuts, and cures
tho disease.
This it accomplishes by stimulating the excrc
torics to expel" the virus from the system; and
these organs hy degrees tx conic hnbited to do this
their office of their own accord. Hcnco arises what
we term acclimattttion. 'rime may accomplish the
same end, but "lien life is nut long enough, or is
sacrificed in tho attempt, while this "AatreL'KitB "
?tMMit nt once, and with safety. vW have great
reason to believe this is a surer ns well as safer
remedy for the w'*olc class of diseases which arc
caused by the miasmatic infebtion, than any other
which has been discovered: and it has still another
important advantage to the public, which is, that
it is cheap as well ns good.
riiLiwui n ut
I>K. ?T. ?. A'YER & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Pujub O.m: Dom.au i-f.u Bottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for it?e1f such a renown for the cure of./
every variety of Thront and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely muu'w-.iry for ur to lecouut the
of Rh virtue-, wherever it lias been etn
a* It hns long hern in constant me
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure tho people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that It inav be relied on to
do for thtii icUcf ail il hut ever Inn fouud to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB MA THE rURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
Fon CtlSTIVBNBSS*;
Fon iiir. Ctma <>r Dyspepsia;
Fob J.umhi i:
Fon Tin: Cvhk of Inuiui.stion ;
F?n I1eu>achb;
Fon tui; C'fiiK of Dysbktbbt]
Fob a Foux S i omaou ;
Fon TUB CuitB OP euysipblas;
Fob tub Piles ;
Fon the C?ua of Scnori'la ;
Foil Al l. SOItUFVLOuS complaints;
Fon tub Cubb op Rh bum atism ;
Fob Diseases of tiik Skin ;
Fou tiik Cime of lavrai Complaint ;
Fon Dbopsy:
Fob tue Clue of Tbttbb, Ti mous and Salt
Rhei'M;
Fob wqums;
Fon the <~!fuB of Goutj
Fon a DtNNBB Pill;
Fou tu i Cubs Of Nbubaloia;
Fou Pluu vi.su the Dlood.
They arc sugar-co.itcd, ?>o that die most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and living purely*
vegetable, uo harm can arise from their use hi any
quantity.
Price 25 cents per Tor; Fivouotos for $1.00.
,r Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, Rtatcs
. Bien, and eminent peisuiiaucs, have lent their
' Barnes to certify the unpai alleled usefulness of these
remedies, but o?r spare here will not permit the
Insertion of them. The Agents below named far
Disk gratis our Ami.un.vn Almanac in which ihcy
nretriven; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, und the troattucnt ttiat .-lua.ld be fol
lowed for their cuie.
Do not be put olf hy Unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Avi.n's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for tl.iin, and they tdiuuld
have it.
i AH our Remedies are for sale hy
i - ay 11 c ly
THE O/.P BSTAIIUSilKD
r$rfaol' ffimwM plicae
OE A ME RICA.
i nr. ?
(U) , ? r
SOUTHERN
jjU/9 ? 7
Oiynit i:rit <>,tff /*.<??"/ t:..lirtl>j to /Irf/Xlljtn*
IcOMM THOKOUiltt
at siccoitiiLinls
i^i-Svs^ YOUNG jr?JV
nt'.u tu a
irstf? JtTt*l?l>r//?A*Af UTA ms
Am? GEAfiOATRp .it ikh ixsurt rUW, *%d
thf l oHmtry. ? , *T ~
S/rtto/%.th'i.tiuil Jnitr?.((, ? .,??,/ .??..vif nt^rtttT''
r>M| StM.t/or C,'//i\r f.; <,t.:, ntt ,,M tf/ritti* $*rrl
tttrut yTV"*?fi?wWi. / " h t< t.iv fftt/ogt ht>ni/i.
./,/./'/,Mi dliMCt>inmnAiciU}0n* /.?
H\ ll. s t Uli RR, Pn - v
ixiittlitm fitttttttii CoHrgf}
? . n.u. r/jfi ?i, no,
YOSE & IZLAR
11 A v k T III-: ORE AT K3T A SHORT M ENT 6f
SG II O C K R I E S
And seit*, them CuKAPKk than any other IIouso in Orangeburg. ,
\ $ ' VT ;* /?/ ' * I ; / ? i' t ??
JO" _?>' 'Good* DELI \' ERED at any portion of tho Town.'
MEAL AND GRIST AT MILL PRICES.
June 21 62
'-T.l-?-- -
9
1
DOES
Kvcrbudy in thin Town aud County know of tho GOOD THINGS in the Grocery
and Du.vision I.in.- to be found at C. D KORTJOHN'S Popular Storo.
If nut tbe announcement will be of more importance to House
keepers and Farmers than the news of
CANBY'S
Death. Quality Genuine, Stock Complete and Fresh, Trices CHEAP and
OTIPOOE
Ami general satisfaction guaranteed.
My 1 I QUO US and WINKS are
PIT
I n please ihn laste of every olass of Customer?, from meu like the famous and
fastidious
CAPTAIN" JACK j
T*o tb?- humbles! ftousclmitler of lite land
Flours, Sonars, Teas, Coffee, Bacon.
Lard, Segar?, Tobacco. Fine Cugnacjlirandy uud Pure Whiskey for Mcdioina1
purposes. All to be h oi for tho asking :-??
C. D. KOETJOHFS
At PUNl)ERBURK'8 OLD STAND.
may 17
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
(SUCCESSOR Tt))
r\\ c^. vin*ctc.
Hespert foil) cull ib'o attention of t ho public t.. th.ir NKW ADDITION ofSPRIN'l
<it?oDS jusl received ntid'fot- sale, at KXt'KKD! SULY LOW PRICES. Our slock Consist a
LIXXthS?J M' >NESB. DRKVADINF.S. OIL COL'D PERCALES POLK \ DOTS, L.UVNS,
fRociu.T NMSSOtiKS. PLAIN AND CRKOK CAMBRIC,
WHITE AND rOLORKD OROANDIES. *
? ? ?? SWISS.
?? PHM.'E.
K OTIO X S, I?A 11 A SOLS, &C<
^ATKST ?Tjr^? SPRING" CLOTHING AND OEJNTS FlRNISlllNG
GOODS.}
Wc have In ./,?!,. 10 tl.is Market ?lo < F.f Itll 41 Hl* STAU Sift KT
which ???? guarantee to KIT und WEAR belter Lhuu auy other kiud. Measures taken and
mnile to order.
lUxiug, Iura, h.ng lime sten ibr neoeasity of introducing ft FIRST CLASS HOOT
r.ml SIIOL In this Market, will make this Department a SPECIA LTV, wllelre oan be
r..ui.d anv kind of Roots ?od ,vlioos doair?d. from the niceM Philadelphia hand irt?de to
iho more Common grades. Cull and inspect <?ur ?t<?ck l.efore you purchase au I sea if we
i-Hli please y?.U.
J. W. PATRICK & CO
aprl 'J<i &2
great mm
IN
?J P TaO'D'Ci
Jr Xv?v>JIisO
L m m i -
D.LOUIS'
Now is the time to get BARGAINS
*e**w-???*r<.ss *:'-?. .
Call soon.
uny 10 ?f
SOUTH CAROLINA KAI LHAO!*.
m "f" ^?. 'tfv
Cii.\ui.j:sTt>N, S. C. December 11, 1872.
ON AND A KTIill SIND \Y 1)ECRMBEH
11, Ilia Passenger "Train on (lie South
Carolina Railroad will run us follows.
lOK COUJM1I1A.
Leave Charleston.0180 A. M.
Arrive ut Columbia.6.20 P. M.
ros AWQU8TA.
Leave Charleston.9.80 A. M.
Arrive ut Augnxta.6.20 P. M.
ion niiAKLBSTOM.
Leave Columbia.9.00 I?. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.46 I*. M
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. M.
Arrive ut CbarlestOD.1.46 A. M.
COLUMBIA KIOIIT EXPRESS?SUNDAVB EXCEPT
Ell. ' !
Leave Charleston.7.:?0 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6,80 A. M. i
Leave Columbia.7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.1 40 A. M.
AUUOSTA NIOIIT RXPBRSn- Sl'NDAT? EXCEPTED
Leave Charleston.8.80 P. M.
Arrive al Augusta.7.36 A. M.
Leave Augusta.0.16 P. M
Arrive al Charleston.6.60 A. M.
SCMMERVIkl.R TWAIN.
Leave Sninmorvllle at.7.26 A. M.
Arrive hI Charleston at.8.40 A. M.
I.ruv.' Chnrleslon at.3.86 P. M.
Arrive ai Suiuincrville at.1.60P. M.
CAMOBN BRASCll.
Leave Canulcn.7 20 A. M.
Arrive til Columbia.11.65 A. M.
Leave Columbia.2.10 P. M
Arrive ut Ciintden. 6.66 P. M.
Day and Night Train? connect ul Augusta,
with Macou and Augusta Hail Rosd, Central
Kail Road nud Oeorgi'i Kail Road. This is
Ihe quickest and most direct route, and u?*
comforliiblc and ohunp as any oilier route to
Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis,
und all oilier points West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, aa I Day
and Night Trains connect with Charlotte
Koad.
Through Tickets on sale, via this route to
all points North.
Cainden Train oonnccts at KingviMe daily
(except Sundays) ?it h i?ay Passenger Train,
and runs through to Columbia.
A L. TYLKH, \ ice-President.
8. B. Piokesk, General Ticket Agent.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c
P. P. TO ALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
No. 20 Hayna Street nn.l lioribeck's What!
OilARLKSjpN, s. 0.
8^?*"This is the Largest and most Com
plete Factory of the kind in the Southern
Sinter, nnd all articles in this linn can be
furnished by Mr. P. P. Toai.k at prices which
defy competition.
?r^y-~ A pamphlet with full and detailed
list of all sizes of DOOPS Sashes und Illind*,
aud the prices of ench, will bo h?i>i free and
post Paid, on applieatiod Io*
1 1?. I?. TOALK,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
july 16 wee
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For Sight In Pricclom!!
BUT TUB DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILL
PRESERVE IT.
TRAD l ^.?^ MA*?
If ydu vnltle your Eyesight use these Tor
feet Leuses.- Ground from Minute Crystal
PcbhteSj Mut ted together, and derive f hwir
name "Diamond" on aeeount of their Hard
ness ahd Brilliancy. They will last many
yours without change, and nre warranted
superior to all others in. use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica'.
Manufacturing Co., New York.
('ACTION.?None Genuing unless starap
nl with our trade mark.
I For Sale by Responsible Agents throtigh
j out the I'nicm.
P.. J. OL1VEROS,
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, S. C.
Citizens1 Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OruiiKcburg Strain li.
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTERBST on
8PRCIAL DEPOSITS and 0 PER CENT, on
SAVINGS DEPOSITS, Compounded Scmi
annually.
Local Fiiiaiice Committee.
Hon. tuos. W. glover.
Col. Paul s. Felder.
Capt. .j N o. a. ij a M1lton.
ja8. H. foyvlks,
Assistant Cashier,
mar 23 jan cly
At Private Sale.
rpHE PLANTATION forming a pari of
1 the Estate of ihc late Col. Kcitl, and
known as the DARBY PLACE. Tho tract
consists of about ti(>0 acres, one luilf well
Timbered, the remainder Rich, lied, Loam
Soil, adapted to Crop11 ?( all kinds. These
are the Finest Lands in Ihe District, and
were valued at $20 per acre in 1866. Would
be sold for one-half tha1 ,'iico now. One
fourth cash, tho rcmair cr in three instal
ments bearing interest from date and se
cured by mortgage of I ho same.
This is a Kplcnd'd chance for aneryne de
siring to secure Rich Land.', tiiivj Walnr Pow
er, excellent Cim tie Range aatd a Refined
Neighborhood. Apply to
Urs. L. M. KE1TT,
Or J U Kb ITT, Eao,.
jano
tfj ~ to *90 I?ER DAY! Agents
Of) WANTED I AH olasses or working
people, of either sex, young or old, make
more money at work for us In* their spare,
moments, or all the time, than at anything
else. 'PariHnlars f^ce. Ad ln~
U, STINKON ft CO.,
<e,: 9' -In Ported, Marvy."
4
?VSejSB*IV y IttftJMl _-.I%"3^rr * . I 'MB^BBeBBBBfJ^S?SJBJJ
New Goods
ARRIVING BY KVERY
?iB'lt "??>' *i?*?WV^|
NORTHERN STEAMER
AT fh#
GEO. II. CORNELSON'S.
In order to be prepared for the demands of the season, I an reieir'ejg large eere-elies ef
?11 the Tarious i$oods needed at this time of the Tear; such as
P'antation Supplies, Tools, Plows, Iron,
Ami everything else necessary to make a oror I am Agent for the following valuable
am! established Mutiurcs :
ETI WAN (JUAN??,
ETIWAN IHSROLVKD BONE,
ET1WAN CROP FOOD.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE,
ATLANTIC ACID PH08PHATR,
E FRANK COE'8 PH08PHATL,
PERUVIAN OUANO.
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
All the above Manures are offered at pjunufiicturers prices will be sold at the same
terms aaat Hit- works and will be delivered if requested at any depot on the South Carolina
Railroad*.
jeb 1 . GEO. H. CORNELSON.
DUKES' HOTEL.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, 8. C.
The Subscriber takes great pleasure in smnovaetng to his FRIENDS and the COM'
ML MTV that he hue OPEN ED a MUST (1.188 HOTEL, at lb* Large Residence reeeat
1y occupied l>y Mr. Iltine Wnnnamakcr. Comfortable Accevttteodatiotts, a Bounteous
Tnblc and Courtctts Attention nre Guaranteed.
jan 18?im $. W, M, DI KES.
HEGULAH DAILY TU ADS
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN ANI> FILLED WITIt
DESIRABLE GOODS!
AND CUSTOMERS SlIOPTLNG AT
BULL, SCOVILL k PIKE,
Making SelccttorJ ftcmt (heir Kilraerrdinafy Lnrrgcaird Varied *Hock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Theif assortment, with constant additions, \t.
UNSURPASSED
Both as to STYLES und QUALITIES,
Thuir facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Markets
FOR THE CASH
Knnhle thtm to make the best possible RATES, which is the OLD* RTXLE*c*w
tiuued from its ORGANIZATION?
1842,
Giving art experience of 30 years in Business.
Hcntfoiny and Enterprise, together with the Energy am*? f^ntfermmij depnrt
ment of all their Assistants, arc always found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
HOUSE of
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE. .
may 25 <? lj
fj ?. nfp v ? v 'V*4"1 ^ ^ **?"* *?f^>fi ?e^j?r?- Vvtot^iwt *<lf '.seal*
WOOL!) IN POP M THE PURLIC TOAT HE 18 RTflL CAWJtTTf* <W *!? C**V.
ring? Making in all its various branches, and will >f?njs^|||e fT^fetttaJs a? the
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And am also prepared with
NEW PRESS AND (i :i TO GIN AND PAOkje^N^
SHOUT NOTICE. <Vno? GINNED AT MY MILL hM brought f-oes \ to, J cent me ?
than that Ginned on the common Gins.
?t ?'. \M 2-1 ? ..?- i t . a... nun*.

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