. , .'i.j s r r " 9" J: , --r - 5k?---i S ' TEX OBSERVER JOB DEPARTXtV d x SUBSCRIPTION RATES : Mai been VicrouaTdtr tuvvlied with w want, and with th LataU, Otvie ofTtme, manner of Job Work cm now o done vnth aupatcb ana etapnets. we eon rvmuA, ta un WEEKLY EDITION : BLANKS, BILL-HEADS, A iv - LETTER-READS CARDS, V V TAGS. RECEIPTS, FOSTERS, Tti . . ' , : . PROGRAMMES, SAND-BILLS. Weekly. (J My) to a -S2 00 Out of it county, postpaid, 2 10 Month 1 00 VOL. XX. CHAELOTTBN. C.,X SUNDAY j JUNE 8 1879 Liberal Reductiontjor duta..; PAMPMLEXSi CIRCULARS, CHECKS, mO, h it Ol r . . - I. l ir . i in i... ii, j ii.. in in w w . in iii ii i in iii ' iii iii hi 1 i -.iii! if r u iv 1 1 v i irLvn- r 11 iiliu in , in,- r . i i ii riiti iii iii ill-til ' t ft i . ii ii i i iii. ik ii ii i iffi ii hi .lift iii ii iif i l i l if i ti i . : hi i F'-i i-i ii ji i , mim -1 i and ncrv ore SUN UMBRELLAS. Udies buying Parasols and Son Umbrellas will lind the best assortment at the lowest prices at ELIAS & COHEN'S. They will also nnd other goods to salt them upon .i..h hfiv can save money. Our stock ol Fancy Will' and Staple ' DRY GOODS ; V. j. . . .'A ls n0ff complete, among which may be found a full supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting nd Pillow Casings in Linen and Cotton, Wnen Table Damask In White, Slate, Bed .and , Yellow;., Napkins, Doylas and Towels hi every variety; Car pets, Bugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths. ' Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large, nid will be found very cheap,. ; So will our stock of WHITE GOODS, nr.cnrRY. GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS, COB- - - sets, i'ANS And tiesJ ' Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand kerchief and $2 Sun Umbrellas. You will find them cheap, and everything else In proportion. Call and see us. It will pay you. ELIAS k COHEN. B UBGESS NICHOLS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL nKALSR TN ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE FURNITURE 1 BEDDING, Ac. BEDDING, 4c. BEADING. Ac BEDDING, AC. FURNITURE! FURNITURE! A Full Line of CHEAP BEDSTEADS ! CHEAP BEDSTEADS t LOUNGES ! LOUNGES 1 LOUNGES ! LOUNGES ! LOUNGES LOUNGES! PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS ! PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS ! t3T COFFINS of all kinds on hand. ... . j ' ' COFFINS of all kinds on hand. No. IS West Trade Stbxxt. CHARLOTTE, N. C. ...... ( . ii..-.,.. : :.. . ; Ladies' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes tine supply. ; jan3 ' ARUAOfS IN - .1 i URRB NK V 11 TTTTU JJERB .KB EES. J u " U UK SN urn s UK RN UN II T IT US ritfiji.tJU.:: Bin 9 r.".ji,-i ' VIIO U til l AT , ... j . -'-.'.ft .5 ' Sr.- M. ..llfVi:,:!';f'!s''l.;'' K G. ROGERS' WABKROOM&, J-i '..H S.iiWJli!3J3e-J7H ' SlSck is very Lar. and embraces Full Une W T r -4 x ' l ) 1 ) n . XbUcm.CHAMDKK, DINtNG BOO AND ' . ---irr - ;',- ZT AU Goods racked Free of Charge I v nniiB main warn uuuuoj " HATS, &C. 'We have received another lot of handsome Silk Handkerchiefs In light shades, suitable for making Turbans. Also a large line of Ladles' and Gents' TRUNKS '",,":i In an Qualities. Those In need of such an article will de well to call on us before purchasing. Do not fall to seeour large stock of , Fancy Dress Goods. HATS & BONNETS, Both trimmed and un trimmed, at greatly reduced prices. Snmraer Cassimeres AND WHITE LINEN DUCK. ; , Special attention given to orders. T. L. SEIGLE&CO., Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C. June 1. SPRING CLOTHING. W, KAUFMAN CO. We have made the experiment of purchasing a stock so complete ato Inelode the latest novelties in Hen's, youth's. Boys ana unuaren's J OOO L OO TTTT H H. II HIT IT GGG G G O O GO GGG OOL OO T H HIINNN O L O Q T HHHIINNN OOL OO T H H H N NN OOO LUUb - OO- T U Ji 11 M HN We Invite oublic insnection. and we are at all times ready to give quotation of prices. Every iraenv which is sold at our nouse is warrantea 10 t as represented, and In price less than can be bought elsewhere. We continue to sell BLUE FLANNEL SUITS Cheaper than any other .house, as we did the past season, and they have gained the reputation of be- n, be I pr tne best in tne mante' e present this season to the consumer a one line of Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Tnclndinsr the best makes in the country? There cun also be found In our stoek a complete line of fine Felt, Stiff and Straw Hats, and any Kina 01 Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase before you examine our stock, as the cheapest BARGAINS Can be had at W.JU.UFMAN & CO.'S, Corner Tnde and Tryon Sta., Charlotte. N. C. April 10. A GENTS WANTED for the best and fastest Jx.-. selling Pictorial Books and Bibles. Prices ( lucea tm per cenv. xhatium runLiiauiw., hiladelphIa,P.' -t $25 TO SOOOIWluKt lays the foundation for substantial fortunes every week, and pays an Immense percentage of profits ny tne new capitalization oyoieiu vi vpemuiiK stocks. Foil explanation on application to Adams, Brown a Co., Bankers, zo aroaa street, . x. L- 5, v it' i m DEAR BIR:Suteoguf j RIFLES, SHOT GUNS,,RE VOL VERS. . .; Address Great Western Gun Works, Pittsburg, Pa. POROUS PLASTER ' See that each plaster has the word G-A-P-C-I-N-E cut through It, and Insist on having no other. Ask your physician ailLritsiferijitthers. ,'s JiurrativePiHa make new Rich Blood, add will cornDieMir cnange uie Dtpqa in tne euura on Pill eaeh night from 1 to fa woaka may be re- ttpu.. ifangort4. . . - - ------- JiliBCtllitVUtOiXSi i- STRttKU inqt4 iwpin&i!) ma'. riflvl) fitr.'J&i : y twefl .irtMfir io enwyHi kstso t Tnw.it . .TT.OW ilr tm tttix'T' ' r IM'SHirt r ,w, ii niunded by splendid mountain scenery , few places naiinHTMiiiiiiin. mi a huso&uuh maiiastujMiw The toble ls supplied withthe best the market 5t't t.rpit tl k tit, ti ni-ii!.!.in - II Sill ClS'l'i' t03 hi!', i i . '- I - if 'ifViri" a TrXTT Mm 111 '-111 J!9 U1 Parson I - ? SALtDA n.Ul iloJhe.Sytddt1rrfa 05ndemnBd;' but 11 ll PXtounma vt-viovojuu-ui ttrnu vurm m tfk9 that the actfon of the Cliurch. ift ihla A invalids "ori'Weure t&WJgll 6kse PTDKIiEDl 1 1 S AliMQN, will decline to support him will be infl riUVHLiL u.wu.w , nitesimaUy pmalL; Qen. Ewing will be : M AHT TgAMS.; serenadedto-morrow night i J &Htni ''T3I - WHii. i IL'HOWILL, 1 t may o, uHe Saves BU People from TkelrSlis. Days com and go - ' But Well I know Thereto no Joy In life so sweet, No truth our hearts so oft repeat As those dear words when hope begins, "He saves His people from their sins." O Gracious Lord " We bless the word That sets us from this thraldom free, That grants- us life and liberty. That conquers death, and vlct'ry wins, In saving us from all our sins. Savior Divine - ; . I would be Thine, My heart. O cleanse It from Its guilt. My life O mould it as Thou wilt, O wash It from the stain within, And save me from myself and sin. OBSERVATIONS. Fanny Davenport denies the report that she Is to be married, sne says it is au sne can ao w tara care of herself. . j v " As soon as strawberries get a little cheaper the average church will endeavor to clear Itself of debt Uncle Saxn. ; The hum of a tea kettle paid for ls more beauti ful than the most splendid air on a piano inai is not This countrr will never be rid of terrible ex tremes 01 temperature until unaries x rancis Aoams marries Kate ciaxton. Milton was naked If he intended to Instruct his daughter In the different languages, to which he replied, "No, sir; one tongue ls sufficient for a wo man." There is a sag about the gable-end of the Grant boom that seems to call aloud for suspenders. Atlanta Comtuiuton. Barbers often assert that razors gettiredof shav ing. This may be true, remarks tne xnornstown Meraia, but we aon't suppose mere is an lnsumee on record ol a a barber getting urea 01 taming. The Umlroad Gazette thinks that Hash Knife, the last new P. O. In Texas, may be fairly held to bal ance Fried Liver in Arizona The name of General Grant was received with resDect in the Ohio State convention." says the Ctonmercial, "but there was no emotional Insanity about it" -i A funeral forocesslon in a Massachusetts town was halted on its way to the cemetery while the body was taken into a pnotograpners gauery ana photographed. Jg won her A pretty little maiden had a pretty little fan; she nnirsuMvi in a miration witn an ueiv uuie man; ne wonher young affections which she gave to him for me, but tne noneymoon was ousiea uy me ibuow s other vnieKeoKUK vonmcuaon. And now comes the intelligence that from twenty to thirty thousand people have died in India from cholera white returning from a religious fair It has been the general beiiei ior a long time mat churcn-iair icecream is capaoie 01 aimosi any thing. CoHrier-Journel. A well known lawyer said yesterday in reference to the decision in favor of the Taxing district: "Well, as a citizen I am glad that it was done, but as a lawyer I'll be hanged if I can see how It was done." MempJiis Avalanche. 'Planets do not cost much to keeD un. certainly; but it is a Question whether we have not more planets on hand now than we can conveniently - take care of. Couldn't the astromers set their wits to work to discover another moon to do service on off-nights? We're rather short on moons at pres ent Andrew? Bazar has the following: A rustic bridegroom was complimented by one of his ac quaintances on tne cnarmmg appearance 01 ms bride. "She has the most lovely color I have ever seen." remarked the friend. "Yes. it ought to be good." pensively replied the groom; "she paid a dollar tor just a utue Dit or n in a saucer.-- 1 1 1 1 A WOMAN PEDESTRIAN, She Proposes to Walk from Philadel phia to New Orleans and Back in Five Months. Danville (Va.) News, 6th.J Mrs. Mattie Potts, formerly of New Y ork. reached this city yesterday morn ing about 10 o'clock en route on foot to New Orleans which place she expects to reach in about six or seven weeks from thi3 time. She left Philadelphia at 11 o clock on the 12th of last month She is a woman of about thirty years of ace. and has the look of one who can do the tramp, and is resolved to do that which no woman has done, waik irom Philadelphia to New Orleans and back within five months, a distance, by the way, almost equal to that across the Atlantic to Oueenstown. Her route to this place was via Wash msrton Citv. Charlottesville and Liyncn burg, arriving at the News office at 10J yesterday morning, and remaining about one hour, when she left on her tramnsonth ward, via ureensDoro, fcai isburv and Charlotte for her destina tion; Sh dresses neatly but plainly, wears' a launtv white straw hat trimm-r ed with blue, and carries asmall valise. She is unaccompanied, and intends to accompiisn ner journey aioiic The ladv is a native of Edenton, N. C. but has lately been a resident of Phila delpma, .During the journey sne wu kfion a diarv. and. from her notes, wil write a book concerning the trip on her return. On her.:wav she has lost nve or unya, uy iug stupcu iun ;uj the Monumental City to , take., part in tne jamous waiKmg matcn wmcn ioor place there Some days ago. The Presbyterians ud Panpiog. To the Editor of The Observer: : Will you allow me to correct a mis- . 1 i v "I i take mto wnicn tne secular papers nave ifs Church, South, That action does not iorbid church sessions. . to discipline members for dancing, or anything which the session considers an "of fense" in the' view of our book of Church Order. ; The General Assembly distinctly states that, lit does not mean., in . the slightest degree,' '- to interfere withTtheirpowerf:: .discir pline iwhich . ii : given ; by our con stitutlori :,td the courts rjelow, "The occasion the, mode, the degree, and the kind : of - discipline must be left to the courts of original jurisdiction." -j Some hac considered the formexvide Jiverances of the Assembly, as ordering ahd commanding the lower oourtftpye byteries 4,sessions -to regard alf so-; called ffworldiyjiaiansements'' as "of fenses" and to prosecute those guilty ot them. ' r:r.-' The . Assemblv simply, declares i i laiva thn whnln Tnaf.tAr to t.hfl Inwfir heat in each specific case. Any church ri'M ?TirfiUMAiwaiAfi an nndor this .mllltflf, HAP. ATA I VIMli HM VUV WM) v dancing anoisana acapiine ipr ilThi th lilockr-ease. it ; was' not that was harsh sn4 hasty and irregular, tt:was thiti decision1 of the,. Synod ltnHir.li thd Aoapmhlv ftnhhvrriAn.. Awnrtiwijwj , . E. II. Harding. 6 en. wing Congratulated.--, .- i y Wash . letter of 5th to Baltimore Sun. " j Cr&u-Tom Ewing has to-day been ov erwhelmed with telegrams from every pajt of the country, and from many persons, of, high.,, political disttnetion, tenderihgs. their:! congratulations, and predicting his election as the next Gov ernor of Ohio. Gen. Ewing did not have touch iime to; attend to his congression d duties, as his, whole time was ! taken ttp inrconversing (xfl campaign" jpros pects with his friends. .lie and they are atrnntr in ,'t.hft. bfilifif that .hft will get,a yeryiargepart of the Greenback, fJ mr'CBBWJAOKSONJS BEST BWEETNAVt 10BA OOO. Manual of Calhoun's DLqufeition on' Government ; CHAPTER XIV. r Effects Present and Future of PuUia Opinion on (favernment As stated in the preceding chanter. the monarchical form of government has heretofore been the prevalent form. The causes that have made them strong and that have enabled them to absorb. in the progress of events; the few gov ernments wnicn iive, um lime to time, assumed different, forms these causes have been portrayed. ' The ques tion, however, arises, as to whether the monarchical form will continue to pre dominate in the face of the great and growing influence of public opinion and tne new ana imposing rorrn wmcn popular government i has assumed in the United States of America. These have already effected great changes and will probably effect still greater adverse to the monarchical form. It remains, however, to be seen whether the dodu- lar government of the United States 4 shall or shall not show superiority to the constitutional monarchy, If the government shalt-be allotoed to take on and keep the form of tne numerical ma jority; if the principle of the numeri cal majority snail be allowed to prevail dnd work Us disastrous results then will the palm .of superior excellence be awarded to monarchy in its constitu tional form ; and Great Britain, for ex ample, stand higher than this Kepublic of ours in governmental excellence. If, however, the concurrent principle shall be recognized in the operation of this got- ernment, and we shall cause our govern ment to put on and retain constitution al features, and a proper organism come to be regarded as not less indispensable than the right of mjfrrge, then may we hope for the triumph of self-government on this continent, and expect at no distant day to seethe star of mon archy pale its light Detore the sun or constitutional democracy. Conforma bly, then, to the direction, politically right or wrong, that public opinion in this country shall take, will the cause of self-government advance or recede. The commanding part that public opinion is to play in the political future of the land leads to the consideration of public opinion in connection with the causes that have made it so influential as to entitle it to be viewed as a new political element as an additional es tate in the governmental realm. Among the causer that have increased tne iorce and bearing of public opinion may be reckoned the discoveries and inventions made within the last few centuries; such as the invention of the mariner's compass; the discovery of the mode of making gunpowder, and its application to the art of war ; and the invention of the art of printing, all of which have tended to improve the masses and to m crease the spirit of popular independ ence, since, as a philosopher of history has well said, "all great inventions are essentially democratic Hence all these discoveries and inventions, that have ot late years electrihed the held, together with the numerous chemical discoveries made of late, have caused a great extension of knowledge attended with an impulse to progress and civili zation unusual in the history ot the world. To these public opinion and the press owe their origin and great in fluence. Public opinion and the press already have a powerful influence, which even the most despotic govern ments recognize, since Kings tremDle before the majestic wrath of an out rasred neoDle. It is probable that these influences have not attained their max imum force. When public opinion and the press come to reach their condition of largest influence, it is likely that de cided changes, political and social, wil be brought about such as will revolu tionize politics, jn or is there any rea son to doubt but that the changes wil' be the interests of the well-being of our - m i - i jf . ai race, xne progressive woiks ior tnis result and expects it. Great changes cannot, however, take place without convulsions and revolu tions. Hence, we may expect to see the opinions and nrinciDles on which governments are founded, unsettled nay, shaken to the centre. This transi tion period will involve a severe tria' to existing political institutions of every kind. These institutions must yield to this enlightened publio opin loni for. if they do not, they will fal before it. If sensible, the rulers of the world will interpret aright the niutter- .ipgs ot the coming thunder and bend berore the storm, foreshadowed in low ;ering clouds, surcharged with the elec- tric bolt., it they wisely adapt them selves to the new order of things de raanded by the popular element, now thoroughly informed and alive to its'; rights, xney may not only weather the tempesVbut may. place their, political houses upon a still more stable founda tion. . v - J This must be expected: Contentions will occur between the governors and the governed' until each, shall recognize the true position of the other, and thus let government do the work for which it was? -established. When -(he people rendercnto Ccesar the things' that are Casar's. and when Cwsar shall render to the people the things ' that are , the people's, then may .we realize that con- ixr e xva a . . i j . li.l . u AtllrKMl-'tH. UllligS ill lttU3S Will Oil Will Urlng' to humanity the. fruition of its highest potitical hopes which will bring to pass- the golden dreams of the apostles of firman liberty, from the sage) stogy ra even to the sage or Jr ort Hill from Aristotle to Calhoun. : : Iri;,Ms "pind's eye, inlthe spirit of faith f the;; Christian philosopher' sees, embraced, the general miUennium,when thtf principle or good shall have won its LfVriaf Virttorv, river the nrincinle at evlL Land perfect peacBshafi ieigh V:-over iti. e wnoie eartn. - y too; tne political pm 16sWher;;may ; anticipate; ias; one :pf : thej results of an enf ranchised rearth-of ; redeemed hum anity a political millen nium where ruler ;andruled,vheri: m6v-i; ing each in his fixed orbit, and reedgniz. ingto the fullest extent .each other's rights,- shall enable .government to do its perfect work no power tending to abuser no power exceeding its just au thority ; no liberty tending to pass out? side of the line of law; no liberty trenching on legitimate.; authority, or: running into unhallowed license. - - : ; - - : .Vil.-v'. T- p rfx ; v, Cwbihi Ru'-e. (i - , Wash. cor. Blchmond State.! ! ' ' It said jthat Corbin, of. South Carc-J lina has played a smart game on the people of that State to get them to nrge Hampton and Butler to withdraw their opposition to his -confirmation" as 'chief justice of the Supreme Court ' f I Utah; The story comes from Republican sour- -ces that lie has impressed leading men ; down tnere wita tne Deuer tnatu neis, Tiot confirmed he will make South Caro lina his permanent homc-'and nroceed at onceto reKlganize thejuow ..disrupt- f eu itepuDiicciii parLy in tuai ouive; ana that, takinar the choice of evils.- leadinc Democrats in South Carolina -are-' writ ing to their Senators to,yield Corbin as a precious ;gift to-Utah, an riddance to South Caroliijai n ana ;jfi nappy ii!! In the early part of every season there Is a natural as standard authority in the fashionable world. Our telllgentreadera that the iiiforma Sereral changes have taken place, both in shape mand In Spring Garments ls our new It has many admirers among those who prefer new ance and cut from Cheviots of the newest designs. Our St. Nicholas Cutaway Frock, with three or four of Spring textures. THE In shape and style retains its hold In popular favor. Its length ls a little longer than last season, and it is one of the most useful among the gar ments of a gentleman's wardrobe. The materials are French Castings, Granites and various patterns of English Worsteds. Our Pants stock is complete, with every novelty in tivated tastes, and in fine Felts and Straw Goods we Our Neck Wear assortment is almost unlimited in sity Scarf., Unique and very elegant. . In White Vests we have a State reputation, and we counters only reliable and standard goods, and in We invite the attention of all, both far and near, of inspection before payment of bill. ' April 27, 1879. MOS QUITO NETTING, IN" PIXK, WHITE AND BLUE. -O : -ALSO A LINE OF CANOPIES. VARIOUS SHADES o Also a new lot of Ladies' Hats. o A Beautiful Assortment of LADIES' WHITE AND BLACK LACE SCARFS, Black and Colored Silk Mits, Silk Fringes, Bretonne and Torchon Laces, Kid Gloves m every shade and variety ot Prices. Linen and cotton .Lawns in wnite ano hgureci. A Splendid Assortment in all kinds of Dress Goods. Another Lot of the most Fashionable Millinery has been Added to' this' Department. . LOW PRICES AND SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AT WITTKOWSKY" & BARUCII'S. 81 mm Our $7.50 Cheviot Suit sells now for $6.r0. Cur $12.50 English Tweed Suit sells now for $1 0. Our $18 and $20 French and .English Casslinere Sack and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price, $18.50. Our Dress Coats and Vests of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greaUy re duced prices. ; Unlaundried shirts for 50 cents. The very best made in the United States for $1.00. Linen Collars $2.09 per dozen, and all goods In proportion, Call and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of low prices. Respectfully, June 1, 1879. L. BERW ANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors. Via Steameis to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick est Possible Time to, all Points South and Southwest. NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE. Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight received at any horn- of the dayi and Through Bills of Lading issued at Steamship Wharves or offi ces of the Line. For information as to Tariff, Schedules, Ac, apply to either ol Ithe undersigned. April 30 dom. TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE' ; l af-: PIANOS ! s5, a.S h0 Ihg. .r" -p-f r t.. v iSONVld i7 AO -lHna.j -.iT.'rt-,jf errKf-fi e-ll -J i'rr r Vr ? ' ii r .w.-KWyi '.'.ii . ..J:a -.,:v' .fl desire to know what are the newest,' latest and most relations to, and dealings with the public, and the : ; ,SliA and pattem. of fabric in . Men's Garments, of which ; . . WEST END SACK. shapes and Ideas instead of adhering to the old time-worn ! - buttons, front cut a trifle longer, giving it a neat and PRINCE ALBERT FROCK, fabrics, and the shapes are perfect In our Hat are confident of universal approval devices of shades aud styles, but boasts particularly - will only assert "progress" , in this season's selections. Our efforts have been to place upon our the rapid increase of our business we are assured of and their advantages will be the same, for we will very respecuuiiy, E. D. L ATT JUST KECEIVED, A FULL LINE OF -o- -ALSO- OF LACES FOR TRIMMING OF BUNTINGS. mini .K. &' FINCH, South Western Agent, ) T. T. SMITH, Agent C. C. Railway, F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent, ) V. -iMPOBTFS OF .', ' . blAj KINDS OF - ... ' MUSICAL ORGANS VIOLINS, G.UITARS, . ;;banjos; ' ACC01pEON$, : - flukes: FIFES,' j an .i Drums, Band Instruments,. . SHEET-MUSlC'r WHOLESALE li.;f r''EtAi fashionable styles, and also who are recognized . general standing of . our house, wilt assure' alt In- ' .jk-rt special mention will be made. The latest de styles of the past very stylish In appear graceful appearance, are made up in every variety department we Invite the inspection of the most cul upon the very recent introduction of the Univer the public's appreciation. send goods to any section on approval, with privilege A & BRO., The People's Clotheirs. Charlotte, N. C. BUILDING. o ;..t. : i- fA . it !" Ml. iT iKl S j it- ' )8 i 2 .. .. I'i'i 1 1 its S s, - '''A IW)Q W-i. W , i 1 .. I n O i) i.';'i(i"i,i(. 'In 3'i
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