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'le* winds1(idstorh*t blow
- x Wal'1T buadrod .woidersiumore,
ater' r '*inY leriohinoh on;
Which well deservis, it lobg'si eatures
* hicb idl the Ladie wouldaprove,
The natu'itl History of leel .
Toffee why -poor tender hearts,
T asoll ne mai o vto gntLo,
What in It makes a beu "so wilnin ]
What Is it makes a cok-comb wittys
A doetask wise, a sack':ciom prettl
Why we believe suelhorrid - less
Tbut we,par angels inwthe skies,
re are p,oi, our' Ahea'are roes
ur*.e ; are'stare-sich c hit i b ones.'
Exn our dreathotwakian sin n
Exp ais'i r-lkahig,- sid bar'*Pepini
Ex ain our hep og, and eti g,
Our w blustering, siaiding;end Souting,
-hiThl us allthe eadehistino aprots,
Ofmwinnlag and of keeping hea'rts;
'ea nat Dear Doctor if you cano
To humble that proutd creature, man;
A o turn the wise ones Into pret,
Thwe proad and insolent to tools;
To make themr all run. haelter shelter,
a'Their neeks into the marriage halter;
Th ene ave us 1t ourdevess with thes.
We'l rule rnel turn them a d we please.
DEar Doctor. if you'l grunt our wishes,
We promise you five hundred kitises,
And rather than the alair be bluudered,
Well give you six score to -the hundred
LAp year is past, Ah what shall I do!
I'll try it aain in ifty two
WHY MR. POPKIN coULDN'tT GET HIS
WRITTEN FOR THE ItrT OF THE T ES
BY 'THE YOUNG 'UN.'
Samuel Popkin, Esq., was a bache
lor. Mr. -Popkin was well enough off
in the orl-a the phrase goes-but
re. P. had two maiden sisters of an
npertian age,' who feared that their
dutiful and aectionate brother might
jpop off suddenly some fine." dayK, and
leave them minus; for-thougi e en
Led a very handsom a income from
il profession,as a book-keeper for the
housie of Makepenny '& Co.-it would
avail the maiden ladies nothing afterV
i death; and they urged upon him to
apply for a Life Insurance, to be Made
over to them in cse of accident-and
so. ho aittended to t4eir joint requestc
. Mr. Popkin was growing fat. That
-r-peoplea of ordinary mindls would sayt
so-bu t his sisters didn't -like gross
phrases, and so they aid he was only
geotting _ portly.' Be this as it, may,t
hevrMr. P. t mwas very thick, and
very short in statre, and when wad
leA d then mus; or-iiu ie n- 1
joyedotedery abrceofo te inm frmIs
eyis fssion, asnd bounaak-kerfoth
ands ohe Meien, apeae very liked
aal blac gaide bade nothurein ae
cpl o a Lifetansrabie, hadof weead
ong, towhe n er-eertd-taciets-an
eddouttbddtou whther jthreqestan
roomthee owawidip! rzPp
uMr. Popkin adexaminefa Thte
adveiseme and caso they adh wasonl
ging grted.' cmoBe innerta,r
P.oever at. any washery thick salid
verythrt winsate aden ford-h
pupoe ing dof ol. oar ife sracee.
jiihtof a l brersfc, ndr muisr
takimble antranhe dmnuiv Popipe en
tocmed by aei bre o to phree Hof
ey asmbli, an roundafter dinnrk-it
nd buhinescpoteirad, appnd erlike
r. ackin bead known bthre injec
fs yster.~i His cheeksmary blian
atless'onngr Bwen apeles and the
tio inetdeen his comancins and in
courtea consantphict lihad ofe wee
ing, henfa over-nteanroatnd seera
ties, dubtul hhed therlie wa top,
them threfor of winie!scl Mr.denly
pinaledahs hbatd overois eyesn
boe.'dhmt esatd hc eus
Mr. Popki wask au exacminly wth,
avertgratently a n lr the chai 'Mu
4tuae-r'eml-uphdAwn fotom behnd hav
angh bae to thforbe inntac, (ith
P. near aite nyothes,)ion aied
forthation wicpo h dlagedne fo the
purp o~ ose of hisypgfo life isrne
'1h oro sethedagewisrcly aid.,
joiin t.a ofki awbokr' offe, and raisd
tereh~at on oer where to and thredo
thuleho-lrksy to the brocktr-wae
smled, anr hou haftero dio'r ih
ndbuins upo thechir aubmittd rip
be . Pokit ad nonthedjc
ited8ta's ec,6hod the question
o fhis com
The othet nodded-his head sgriously,
md Mr.. Popkin began to' find the
-oom very warm.
'Pop-KINrif you'please, 'sir.'
'Well-your age, Mr. Popkin'.
'No-God bless your soul! No,sir!'
aid, Mr. -.B. vehemently.
'Ever had the small-pox, Mr. Pop
'Never. Popkin, if you please, sir,'
Aded the asplicant.
'Ever ha any affection of the heart?'
VNo,;aIr' Mr. Samuel Popkin is a
'Have 1ou ever met with a serious
'Never. That is-beg your pardon'
--continued Mr. P., checking him
elf quickly, and seeming to recollect
omethihag of consequence-there wa8
hat was it, Mr. Popkin-no se
retg, if you please.'
'Some -years ago,' said Mr. P.,
gravely-and he wiped tho perspiration
rom his forehead-'it was eleven years
'Well, sir, out with it--out with it.'
'It was no fault of mine, sir-but I
vas turned out of the Boston Custom
'Turned out of the Boston Custom
louse!' exclaimed the querist, letting
all his pen in amazement, and staring
t the applicant, apparently thunder
'I trust, sir, this does not render me
neligible by the rules of your Associa
ion,' continued the applicant, terribly
..'We shall see, Mr. Poppin.'
'Pop-kin, sir,' chimed in the the fat
nan, again-and raising his handker
heif to his fevered cheeks, once more
ie wiped away the sweat from his face,
nd wished himself safely at home
The clerks put their heads together
few minutes, and the eldest then rose
very solemnly, and approaching Mr. P.
rith a large trumpet, placed the bot
om of it directly against the side of his
ar, and yelled 'fire!' as loud as his
Wntrian lun'gs Wduld permit, causing
he unsuspecting and quiet gentleman
o spring from his chair into the centre
f the room.
'Very nervous temperament,' said
he examiner, gazing at him, while one
of the others pretended to write down
he fact. Then, as if the thought had
ust stiuck him, his tor-mentor wheeled
ut the desk from against the wall, and
urning to Mr. Popkin, he said
'God bless me!--Do what?'
'Jump, sir-over that desk.'
'You mustjump clear of the top of
hat desk, Mr. Popkin, or your mnsur
mece won't be worth a straw.'
The poor victim's imagination was
tretched to the last tention, but .deter
nined to make an effort to save what
iad cost him so much trouble alrecady,
e nerved himself up, and advanced to
hte deek--balked-ran back-and
hecn, with a final desperation, sprang to
~he edge of the railing. The boye stood
>y, and as he reached the top, they aid
ad his progress by a series of thumps
md jerks, when Mr. Samuel Popkin
inally found hiims-.,!f panting, and puff~
ng, and wheezing, flat on his back, up
n the other side of the desk. Tfhe ru
Aecon was passed, but Sammy was well
Ai adone for!'
The wags lifted the applicant up,
lashed a pitcher of iced water in his face
(by way of relieving his lungs,) and
bhen informed him that he could go, and
Lhat he would find their decision upon
bis case in the Pest Office, next morn
Half dead with fright and exertion,
Mri. Popkin gladly hurried away, and
*n his box, next day, ho found the fol
owing satisfactory epistle:
'The Government of the "Mutual
Prop'emn up Association," in the case
af Samuel Popkin, Esq., Accountant,
lecide that a man once in the Boston
Custom H-ouse, who isn't smuart enough
to stay there, and who, at forty-four, is
2nablo, without aid, to jump over a
losk !ess than fit'e feet high, is decid
PETER SYPHJAX, Secretary.
Mr. Popkin gave it up, but lie chan
:ed to outlive both his sisters. Poster
ty suffered nothing by his demise, but
to the day of his death, his aversion to
ill sorts of 'Insurances' was most bit
Wer and determined.
When Prince Albert gives her Ma
tya kiss, and the Queen returns it,
wyhat j.bliq building doos it resemble?
1'he R~oan txchange
(uENO PAY !
. lCIS 5would re apeotfuly ln
te, aliz of Souti.larolina and other
states, that h~sresides at Clirk's flotel, Sumter"
villlo.. C., where he is priqred to practia, in
the art of removing andl heallig that formidable
disease.Cinedr, without the ase of ite ,knife. All
persons who may be tfilioted with 'this d:,sger.
bus disease and wish his aid,'will do well by o416,
ing onl him. There tire, many genitlemen n thie
Stato and tlitis, of high respectability and un-,
derstanding, who will tretify to th ffie-cy of
his practico. All persons who cannot Coniveni
ently call on him, will be attended at their resi.
Many certiicntes might be produced, but per
haps ethe following iay be satisf..ctory.
All letters, post paid, will fno-it with preempt
attention, if addressed to Dr. James C. Hicks,
S.miteryille, S. C.
We undersigned itake this method of recom
mending DR. JAS C IIcxs to the public, as a
man well worthy of patronage in his professions
as a Cancer Doctor. From geineratl opinsin tend
fro-ii our own observation, we have been accts
tomed to think canceri were for the rmost part
incurable, after having attained any great age
or sizo, but we have seen und knowin cancers
cured by hin in a very short time, w hieh seeuied
to defy all human skill. even the siL-ht of which
diew from beholders reomrks of fear and despair;
hence we gliadly emb ar-e this modil- or recom
mending him to ihn coumeiitssii, thinking we
shall thereby co,-fer a favor on many, and as
list ithe c.Us'e of humanity.
PIiLLIP A. R. CAioom, %I. D., Mixinton. N. C.
JoisN N. IUT, 11. V., Woodyille. N. C.
Tos. S. lloa!ss, M. D., Sherift' of Chow.
an, N. C.
CV. R. 8sxt.-Nn, l'estimsnter of Edoutan, N.
Join Hi.jr,- Newberry District, S. C.
W. A. ImFP, Newberry Ditrict, S. C.
BENJAIN MiTCHEl.T. SUmiterville, S. C.
SAI'L. C. hiMrrCi..L, Suimiterville, S. C.
STErPEN MITCELL, Sumnterville, S. C.
RIEDDICIC Lt.aAsrox, Darlington, S. C.
Eni Lnius-ros. Darlington, S. C.
FAst'L. Moon, Williumsburg Dis., S. C.
JonN WiLsoN, Darlington Dint.. S. C.
T1os. STvENsoN, Darlington Dist. S. C.
JoHN COURTNEY, Darlington DMst , S. C.
Tihis may certify that ufter trying every rem
edy I could hour of, und trying the prescriptions
of five or six of the most scientific ibysicians of
Sumterville and Columnbiu, S. C., for the dis.
ease of my eye-lid, which I am fully satisfied
was cancer, that opinion being strengthieel by
one of the most extensive practitioners of Colum
hin. I receivel no permanent relief, atid hear
ing of Dr. [lick's skill in that disease, I pro.
cured his ait., andi I novrejoice to say that he
has made a permanent cnre of it, a nd that in
the very short time of tbunt eleven weeks front
the first application. My case as I have before
stated, was of twelve years, standing, and of
slow but steady progress; and to those who may
be afflicted with this disease I would say, try
the Doctor's remedy by all nouns, for I earnest,.
ly and conscietiouly believo it will succeed in
every case where it is admissible, and the dis
ease not so diftesed in the symten as to defy any
January 1, 1819.
I take this opportunity of unnotuncing to the
public that I htave been ailcted with the dan
gerous disease cancer, for the past six years on
my uppar lip, and becomssing ulurmed on account
of the pain it gave ite, assd of its rapid growth,
I was induced to aspply to physicians !or aid, but
I obtained no relief or satisfaction from hom,
asid gave up all hopes of ever getting well of it;
but fortunately I saw Dr. J. C. 11ick's notice
is the Columbia Curulitniu. I wrote to himn
and put myself tnsder his treatment, ann in sev
en weeks the disease was removed and the sore
healed over. I udvise all who inre loboring uns
der this dreidful disease to spply to him forth
with. JoeN, lIP.
Newberry Diat , S. C., July 17, 18.18.
INCLUDING B~A NS, PEAS, AND ON.
The above seed are finom the Nursery of
D~avid Landrethi, near Philadec.lphsia, and arc
warranted to be fresh andi gentune.
Fine Segars andl Tlobsacco.
For sale at the Old Drtug Store,
SIGN OF iIE C;OLDEN MORTAR.
SUMTERlVILLE, S. CAROLKNA.
PTa subscriber woulId respeztful ly iniformn
his frienids and the publie genseraily that he
has opened for their acconuntiodation a H~ouse
of Enitertainmenost in this place. 1k solicits
a sha~re of public patronage~, and promises to
spare no pains~ in order to mesrit andl seccure
the samne. Hie would fturther a:ldl, that the
oeationi of htis I Iontse is sudh, as etm irely sub
serves both business amnd qIuet. A trial is all
Jans, 8, 1819. 11 ti
COLUM I EA !8. O.
Th~e utinrssned wishes to inform the
ptiblic. th-it hte hsse mo~ved from t he Amnerican
liatel to the rm :riro nor)sE:, (sppotsite the
State Iaisue,) 'uhlch he has taskens entirelv'
leased to see lots fosrmser lpatreins, and nl
others ua hoi mayn~ be~ pi.lased to call On hsimt.
And to those of his acquaintatnces lie wottld
say, thsat thecy will be made inot less conmfor..
table than hseretofore; and1( to strangerse, call
and try thse Palttetto) Ilouse.
An Omnibtus will always lie kept itt readi
ne'ss at the Rail Road Depot, to convey
passengers to tis House.
A. GI. MARS![ALL.
Feb. 28 18 8t
BY STIEEN & DIVVER.
Corner of Jiing and Society .Stres,
C~IJ.-lE8'I'SON, 8. C.
'This Ilontel, situaited in the btiusiess part
of the city, oilbras every dlesirtable comfiort
and conveienace to the ravi~elling~ Conmnu..
nsity, and Permansent Vloarders. TheIs cstab
lishinont is condtedt( strictly on Temper.
ance principles. TPERMS AMODERATVE.
(IT An Omniibtus and C'arriaige will attend
the Steamboat Whsarf, and aliso t) the Rail
Road Depot, for the accommisodationi of P'as
Feb 21 17 lv
FRESJI GARDIEN SEEDS.
Warranted good or no pay.-l f aving elear-.
ed our store of crery old seed and receivedl
from Johns Thompson, a fresh supply, ofl'er
the same for sale cheap.
1600 bushels corn for~ saute by
A. J. A. P. MOSES.
W:rie area autlilzd to:
announce MALLY BOG QN, Ess. a
Candiateo for the Of Olee t o riff'.if Sum;
ter District, at the next Electienn..
0O-We are autlhorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RIAME, a.candi
date for the office of Sheriff, at theeijsuing 1
sept 27, 1849. 48 tf
0'rThe Friends ofitehard
B. BROWN, announce him as a Candidate
for the Officoi of Sheriff of Sumter District
at the ensuing Election.
Sept. 20, 1848. 47- tf
- OTWe are authorized to announce Major
OHN BALLARD, as a candidate for
.Sheriff at the ensuing election.
April 28th, 1848. 20 tf
0im'be friends of William
A. COLCLOUGH, Esq., announce him as a
candidate for Sheriff at the next Election.
April 19, 1848. 25
OTc We are authorized to
announce Mr. JOHN 0. DURANT as a
candidate for the iffice of Clerk of the Court
at the ensuing election.
Nov. 8 3 tf
Mr. Editor:-Please announce JOHN -
DARGAN JONES, as a candidate for re
election to the office of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
April 26th, 1848. 26 tE
(:7We ai'e authorized to an
nounce DANIEL H. RICHBOURG, a can
didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing 4
Jan. 26, 1846. 13 tf F
FOR TAX CULLECTOR.
( ' We are authorized to an- d
nounce ALEXANDER WATTS, Esq., as
a Candidate for Tax Collector, of Claremont
county at the ensuing Election,
Drugs and Medicines,
AT CHAtLESTON PRICES.
Z. Y. DellAY,
J. A. CLEVELAND,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,.
NEARLY OPPOSITE MASONIC IIALLCAaMDEN, S. C.
Takes this method of informing the citi
zens of Sumter, Darlington, and the adjacent
country, that lie keeps always on hand, a
fresh and well selected stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints. Oils and Dye
Stuffs; Window Glass and Putty,
Patent Medicines and Perfumery:
Soaps, Brushes, Combs and Fancy Articles.
Embracing every article now used in the
Practice; &c. &c.
All of which will be sold as low as articles of
the same quality can be bought in Charles
ton, FOR CASH OR CREDIT.
07PysciasPlates, ndCountry Mer
chas wll o wll o gveme a call before
Z. J. D.
Camden, Feb. 21, 1840. 17 tf
Te A CARD.
Tesubscriber, having taken, the. corner
Store, (known as McLeans) wo3uld, most
respectfully, acquaint his old Friendls, and
thie Public at iarge, that ho will at all times
take pleasure to accommodate them, in Cut
ting and Making up Garments, in the most
Fashijonable and substantial manner.
H~e wile keep constantly on hand a fresh
and seasonable assortment, of outfitting, of
the latest and most approved Fashions, and
hopes, by punctuality and his desire to please
all, ho merit a continuance of themir Patron
age and confidence.
D. J. WINN.
Jan. 15. 1849, 12 tf
New Goods Received,
A general assortment or Dry Goods, Grocer
ies, Ihardware and Cutlery, Crockery, Sad.
dlecry, Ilats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.,
which will be sold low for cash by
L. B3. fIANKS.
A Fre..sh assortment of Ladies' white, cold.
and bulack Kid Gloves, white and black silk
dto. L-idlies white Ki~d shoes, Bronaed and cold
do,; Gents bulk and cold kid Gloves, Buck do.
Berlin do. lined withu Buck skin. Also, a
beautifnl assortnment of gents fancy and blk
Cravats; Suspeniders, &c. &c.
L. B. HJANKS.
Of all descriptions and sizes, from Tom
Thumb up to the Kentucky Giant.
L. B. UIANKS.
30 BASKETS CHAMVPAGNE,
'20 doz London Porter,
20 " Madeira WVine, fine article.
_____L. B. HANKS.
Bly DRUCK E Rt &, CO., a full and complete
supp)Jly of S ADLE RY, CUT LE RY AND
IIA R D WA. R E, consisting of almost every
articlo which belongs to the above specified
lines, which will tbe offered at the lowest pri
ces. Enquire at the
Opposite the Camden Bank.
1000 LBS. NO. CA. BACON,
1 Keg Goshen Butter.
L. B. HlANKS.
11 of1Xiii wide1,5hav 1en1 eei ter . 1th1gr1 at
o , a i w o a
wra Soie, Saddle M Osi
llowich, have beens sected. itt great
ion of .country,- and wilb oda ham
n this place..
To give some ideatetheir cowmeGrisisil
w leading'artlelo si ol eipsil
tte all the varieties-embraced iitheit geter
Good gtown sugars atWo8 and I
. Crashed Loaf 'do. 212.2L
Ne Kersey 89id
Brown Homespuns,a yard andia
Do. do. 347A8,an
. 800 pairs wom'en's shoes-at 4.i
20 doz. Linoucambricllandere
With ati endless variety of Miscellanous
n opportunity of showing. to their custome)
urchasers wiI-find it unnacessary to leave t
JOHN T, GREEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Sumtervillt, 04 (.
Will practice in the Courts of Law, for
luniter, Darlington and Kershaw Districts.
)ffice one door below Clark's Hotel.
RI0HARD Me. DYSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
rinttrillte, S. .9
JOSEPH B. KERSHAW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
groad-street, Camden, . C.
Attends the Courts of Kershaw, Sumter,
.ancaster and Fairfield Districts.
iREGG, PALMER & GREGG,
Will practice in the Courts of -Law and
|quity, for Fairfield District; and
GREGG & GREGG,
rill practice in Kershaw and Sumter, in ad.
ition to Richland.
Columbia, 1st January, 1849. 17 ilj
U Rll G EQ N lD E N T I &-.
Sumiterville, - . - Q.
Ofice two doors North of the Colrt Hottse.
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Mr. H. will administer the Chloroform in
surgical and Dental Operations, if required.
June 7. 1848. 32 ly
A CARP .
The subscriber takes this meth'od of in.
orming his friends and the public, that he has
urchased the DRUG STORE of Dr. J. A.
levplan~d, whore he will continue the busi
iess on his own account; and hopes by strict
ittention, and constant endeavors to please,
o merit a continuance of their patronage.
Z. J. DaITAY.
SCamden. Feb. 21, 1849. 17 2m
A valuable Tract of Land, lying in Wil
iamsburg Distriet, containing mote than
Frterms, &c. apply to
J. B. N. IA MMET.
Office one door above Town Hall, Broad-st.
Oct 16, 1848. 51 tf
$100 Dollars Reward,
Runaway, from the subscriber, on the 21st
)r Marchi, his son WILLIA M, aged 14 years,
ooks very hearty. At the last accounts, he
van soon on the rail road, walking to Cam.
len. I forewarn all persons frotn hiring ot
iarboring himt. Any information in regard
.0 hin will be thankfully received, by ad.
Iresing the subscriber, at Mount Clio, P. 0
Black River, Middle Salem,
28th March, 1849. ,23 tf
NEW DRUG STORE.
The subscriber would respectfully inform
's customers, friends, and the publhe gener.
illy of Sumter, that lie has, and will constant.
y keep on hand, a Fresh and wvell selected
tock of Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stufla
Windowv Glass and Putty; Fine Soaps and
lFancy Articles; all of which will be siold
R. SIDNEY MELLETT, M.D.
One door toest of Mc Lean's Qid statud.
P, S. All orders from the cogntry prompt.
ly attended to.
FRESH GARDEN SEED.
For sale at the New Drug Store, hy
R. S MELETT', M. D.
P. 5. The above SEEDS have been tried
and found genuine.
Just received a fine assortment of curl
maple and fancy sitting and Rocking chairv
cane andl wood seats;. together 'with a finE
assortment of Furniture, such as
Sofas, -Book Cases
Wardrobes, Bed-steads, ii'ancy
and Plain Dressing B~ureaus,
&c. &c. &c.
For sale cheap for cash or go r
J. F. SUT~HER3AND.
Camden, Jan 10, 1848. 11 tr
l!!alt and Iron.
17,000 pounds Iron from 1.4 in. rouni
to 2 1-2 in., do. 1-2 Square to 21-2 do. Boiler
Tyre, Plough, Hoop, band Iron, &c. &o.
Cast and Blister Steel, at Charleston prices
Just Received and for Sale by
A. .7 4. P. MOSES,
it tWs V -A
10~17 yards teteDla
God10 hc the
is an 1g t h
Goda .hici q mp
D elin Belure, t.."
he gany ok
E atsesortst h noie
do ny.aand "dgh
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tuario tid n ndat. a dn r
ther pb~l P arngend
87 4-At'C, A The 4
futsly pifrmstecsn f~e
iesrrounding countyta bpewarrie the~
PAINTeing ellNEssred talt
Br anl gche , vio : iyt d- P)
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m ol reeitation of 'inet
Gahraie &nd Rac9ipug frm i
bo abok ;ad Wrmhpand Pri
ne 6a*P:o" pre
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ta7I'1,S orders dtel~etneq
tM.oan ts and Nore
We arte shrte ntetces'-gi
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fanaghed oi theali
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wioh toh sinssandgl t
jthe the aetro ae
.mto euateth m of th6 o
adatae o tonitieto
all ry inom in
sona ing Wcmoui, i
At our Shopgn$Cine
PANIN MAKNE3 Gasl tw
Whs, we viz:u se.e anhli
thet nthe saloven s
eorrect omitutor ofrn oijM
&c.&.atioo hsoprtotion beal
mritns asmearra konenadups
Diuitin ALBta ji&Y'g.e
Fu-Pnanters fa-h qopAd4
aod rady. Rie; d'un oth'er og 9r
couinty encouageodaon e l~ra
sobe tileerm, " b -
AM arent,s abtWem
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