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THURSDAY, DEC. 29, le&l.
yTakc "CLACX-bHAUCHT" an J too will
never be bilious. .."
; j t Thto P. KluttzV
G. V. WfilGHT & DR03.
The iucoiuiug powers at, J.Viishin'jipn have this tay dissolved the copartnership liereto-
wfll enmmenre i "refoiiii" -is ft irwrr existing between meui by mutual consent
Trill commence a itioini, as -it ,iene,Ctsi All aceouiosduethwnnu are payable to -Wrhrnt
countrv iiosunasiers. anu everv lemocrat i r.i'r" . . mcoruiswane
- . . . . i . f .' .: .-I wiu nrra.i ue ousiawisoi tne store will becomin-
now holding such' a posit igu will .be.turn- f by o. w- Wright (f. I'.Helllg, under tne linn
1. . . . p. - ''ty' , ,. '- f name of" Wright llelllir.': who soUcirAUu
, - m va.uax ak VaV7v
.Dee. T. 1881. 11:1m
Mr. D. R. Goodke thinks there is in-
consistency- fn the desiring the increase
v : . . - ...
of mail lacilittes and mm anting the rc-
peal cTthe internal revenue -sYstem."' lie th same to ine poae--si,rnedon orfcefore tiiewrn
V.m ' . , L . i day -t Decern 'jer,-iss2, or tnl3 notice wtll be plead-
rt-cuw, j. "-AL persons' indebted
arcue.a ilroni tho standpoint either that led infcar of their
tt1". , ... ' ..s . .. '. . It.ff e&atrw
. tijotii are alike evils or both are blessiugs. Iment to theuhde
It is reninrkabre discovery. -
All p$,-60B2 having claims
aiiwit ine-estare ot hex
i AuifLt ereexL. ore
hereby notified to exhibit
Ij-npil on fir tipfnro tho oofh
are reenested to make immediate oar
uuuersiuueu. w. n.uAtts.
Dec, gsto. last. tHUt,p) admr.
The Widow's HojTe. Mr. S. A. El-
liott,"of Oxford, X.Cj ispiakingau ur-
geftscaii lor CQnftiiL;tion8-to bnild at
TflM?'' ii'uKou"-to be know h ns
The jtidoivV HoikV," Tliere is onlv
shadowing of the project in the article
'Wfbre us, and we tliel eforc let it" pass
witu tins brief notice. . . .
ti i -
We are indebted to oha p. Morton & Co.,
If txiiiille, Kj., for a copy of their Wes-
era Farmer' Almanac," a publica
rare merit for the
size oi it. ve are
also indebted to GS.'G. Green for a copy of
'Iis Almanac, overflowing withr'aluable
ftiausiics. aiso, to tueroprietors of "Our
Home AlmanaCj" every page graced with a
beautiful picture. '
Ti. . UUI,ar lespectalile man. of
liiladclphia, who wan indicted for chang
ing the election' returns iu a ward of that
city, after consideraldo ilciav in h.a
ndiBg that ho could notscape the
clnfcheaoHlie law officers, brought his
Case to A teriiiinntiAn 1..- - J-..it
. "J mil COIlICSSlOll
" J. ,S. "!"nS J'?: (loalit, in tli.it
,iry to ligMen 0;e niiBj. Uut lis of.:
lenw was a flagrant one.' inil
nun ueiiucration. Tbe iudn-e
.wuie,lwu ",,n tf Piy a fine of $l,TX)0aud
pend two yehrs in prison.
.A'corwspondont of the Chicago'
Cw"1' lude; of Debea 7th, re
ports the recent dUcavery of ui ctve near
LltchGeJd, Ky., xrhivh is said to rival tho
celebrated "Mnrumoth'W the same State.
The correspondent referred to, says the
newly discovered cave has been explored
f9T 8 stance of 14 ,xilcs ; that there U a
trtanl of water flou ingln it hVrge enough
for a small stwimer; that mummies in
rock aareopagus have been found in it,
which contains besides all the curious for
.Hiations found in other similar caves.
.The story is doubted.
Half Siikkt. This half sUfottfrissued
midway between Chiistmas and the New
.Year rin the midst tii ;.,1.
ness of the season. So far as we know
poly a few lutyejiaid sadness mingled with
-iheir festivities. It would be unlike liu
jnan life if were joyous and none were
sad ; since the ordinary incidents of good
and evil have no fixed limes for their
.coming. IKtt Chiistiiia,!, we are
rgUttl to say, has been a happy season to
the people of this community, who have
"improved the precious faun as wiselv.
R. R. CRAWFORD & CO.
FARM AND FACTORY
" i ALSO x -
Tie tal RIFLE. POWDER Kile
fapns, w m f agras.
Oj our own and Foreign make and
From the FlnesKo the Cht apest.
Refer MMi Ctapn lot erf.
Horse Rakes, &c.
Salisbury, Jan. 0, 1381. jl j
:- ' - ' i
has tor more than forty yean maintained if
position, as the loading paper of the WfeitT 3
.V-e snpw, as it js the lotofman- to" de
vise. e rejoice with our fVHmv ,.itina
V Wish thev . ni:iv l!r t
- -y u iw ot
many retui ns ot this iiladsome
and hea i til
and be happy through them all.
A'GOOD BION.-One. of the best evi--tlences
of prosperity itf a community is the
payment of debts.- It will gratify many to
jlearn that the people of Kowau have done
- and are doing it, to an eitent not generally
known. One of our leading merchants" had
In hand during the year no, less than 222
mortgages; but1 on; Be 24t1i Dec. Inst., only
..!y.?f tllcse ""lainedr unpaid, and there
,Vas no uueasiness clout them. .This led us
to take some lit tfc trcutle to find out the
general condition by catling on alUhe lead
ing mercloa; when the gratis ing fact
came out that,' with a single exception, no
-...-0 ?aiioiy uion-ages is exjMJcted
j&he m'erchauts of thiel place. " A11 Were
pleased to us our friends have come
" This state of things in a droughty year,
with crops cut down te hearty one-half the
verage, certainly speaks well for the coun
try, and for the honor of its inhabitants.
, .4. " .
l?,?.DAfc ncr residenco live riiiles west
efhalislMiry, On the -mornrngof the 24th 4
! i V , 1,1 fl,,s xv"'ss v E. Jlliax, rel-
i ? enj. Julian, aged 51 years
it v v
TBe deceased was well known to and
Jugh esteemed by somoof the older cit-
ium nf tli'j . a ...4. i
. - y iYr 8,,e resided pn-
,.or to the Jeath of her Irusband, iu 1856.
llerereavement was the cause of long
vvinuiueu gioom and sadness; but she
was emerging ft om this coudition, and
fnr k-Ai-fr -.n l...r. : i i . , . .
-. ,-iVi .ai9 uriore ner last sickness
ence, and in t&e esteem ef its readers, because
"J5 JH?? pe ind of paper the people want.
The Weekly Time covers the whole ground
of a first class family Journal. It is larger
and better than: any high-priced weekly of
fered the public? its reading matter covers a
greater scope, is more entertaining nd in
structive, an? $ret It eosts
BUTVE DOlAJi A TEAR.
Onr agents everywhere say It la the easiest
paper In the field to canvass for, and readers
pf one year are so pleased that they are sure
renew meir Buoscnpiions. Joght pa
Fifty-fix column for one dollar ay car, one
most liberal terms t elnb aefentZ"' -
Bpefclmen copies tree. Send for one before
subscribing for any paper. Addre&s Weekljr
Ttxae, 235 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OT ,
THE DAILY TIWES-STAB,
Eight page, forty-eight column. Only afx
dollars year, 83 for mix. ipontbs, S1.50
for three months. Has the largest clrcula
Upn of any paper loXlnclnnatl: Is the best
advertising medium and the best paper for
readers who would know of the world's
doings as promptly as the news can be im
partod. Address limes-Star, Cincinnati. 0
x-- Mill . .
Koto 13 Creiors aii Mors:
A1I perstnjs havitig claims against tho
estate of SjAtipyll. Hart, deceaetl, are
hereby lio'tltitl to preseiit the sju'iie to the
ilndetsigiieU on or Ufore the 23d dar of
I-eeiiiU r,' and all jei sons indebted
t said estate nre lequested to settle
promptly. S.,BiSGii.6i'rinT, AdiuV.
Iiec. 22. 1881. 1 Ct
EKECUTOBS' NOTICE !
The undersigncdTuYving duly qualified as
the Executors of the last will and testament
of D. A. Da vis, deceased hereby give notice
to nil persons .indebted to their Testator
eithe individually or s a Banker, to make
iinmedmte j)ayment,and those havinj'elaims
against their Testator arc notified to 'Dre-
sent them to the undersigned n or betbrol'
the 20th day pf December, A. D. 1882, oi
this notice wilt r$ep1ead in bar of their rc
4t Wjli.iajx II. Davis, T,
Okw D. Davis, f Executous
'Xvt2 horns, 1 two-horse wagon, 1
sej jLoulle Harness, 1 Telegragh Feed
Cutter, 2 Harrows, 3 lAaws,oue Meronev
one Watt, and one j3ull-toii"ue). that I
shall sell at once at prices to suit the
times, tor either cash, barter, or on mort
gage. Person desiring, to purchase will
do wen to call at once. J. L. G a skill.
HORKER COOL J
Oxford, N. C
The next session of tls school will begin
the second Monday in Januarv.
For circular giving trims and other partic
ulars, apply 10 me principals..
J. II. & J. C. HORNER.
ESTABLISHED IN 1793.
MEBANEVTIiliB, N. C, is
among SoutirerfTlJoarding ScJipoU for boys
in age, numbers and area of patronage.
iuesouig ciuo t oi a mne irom iiarracks lor
young men of small means. The 17Gth ses
sion begins January tlth, -1SS2.
ror catalogue ffivm full narticulars ad
dress Maj. it. UIXGITAM. Kimt
Having nualifij-d as Adiniiiistrafor unon
. i ...... .... .
ine esiaie oi vduey 11. Hart. tlteea.sel, I
iii oner ior sale at public auction, at
the late icsidcncc of paid deceased, in Mt.
Ulla Township, Iiovv.an Countv. on Nlon-
day the IGth day January, 1882, all the
M'isonaL property belouimir to the estate
oi said deceased, consist niir of lour balfs
. ....f i .... ,.l tr. i .. .i T . -
"i uMiiiii, .uiiiiii .J imikiii'ih fi itii-ii in
bushels of wheal, 1000 lbs Dork, three
mules, one cow and calf. 7 Iioits. smii
lotiselioJd and kitelien furuituie, one cot-
ton gin and gearing, one cottn uress.
uid perliaps other articles, lenns ,pf
salt casn. 1)INc;iiam Hart. Ailm'V
JJee. IX, iSs l.
WE are Taily receiving New Goods.
Don't faj to sco us be
fore you buy.
WE HAVE A LARGE
Crowe's Great Historic Play!
Th3 TEAS2DY cf Abraham Lincoln!
Tho ljscjifall of OTctf.Tsoa I? avis.
A truthful account of the Abolitionacv
War with the Sceesh Relie'lunion. (8hake-
speriati style, 5 acts, 13 scenes, C4 pages )
ibraJtam Lincoln, Win. Seward. Edicin Stan
ton, UHxse Ontnt, Wm. Sherman, Uenjinnin
Butler, Pawn JJeeeier, Horace Greeley, Jug.
Fil; Jr., Jeffermn Dati, liobt. 1'ootnh. Al
exander Stejiheim, Pierre B&niregardQnte
wall Jacltton, llobt. E. Lee, Humphrey Mar
shal, Jack Mosl,y, Mr. Dazi, Ars. Lincoln,
Mr, isrralt, John Willes Booth. Harold.
-A4tzerott and Paine. Frederick Thmaht
Pouq,ey, PriM-y, and Dr. Mary Walker.
White House Troubles: Bull Run Panic:
iichmond Calico Ball : Poaipcv and Priscv:
Andei son ville Horrors; Richmond Burning;
Lincoln Assassinated ; Booth Bulk-ted ; Mrs.
Sutratt Strangled; Davis Reconstructed;
Grant's Jubilee Speech and $rand Trans
formation Scene; ' Let us have Peace!"
Price 15 cents. (Send Postage Stamp?.)
Dr. C. W. SELDEN, Publisher,
10:.Tm 182 Lexington Ave. New York City.
BOOTS and SHOES,
tia.t must be sold. Special
J will be offered.
Jlemember we moan
And don't buy until
aud death, she became cheerfnl and linnA. V0U see OUT Sfnp.lr nnrl
jTul.; Slio received as' a member of i " . ' ' ' " '
;tho Presbyterian church iii eariy life and "ear 0Ur pHCeS.
continued licr coiiiiectidu " iu good stand
ing to the end of it. She leaves four
children, two daugVitera aud two sous'
the younger.of the latter, Mr. Rial. P.
Julian, having recently entered upon miii-
.,..... .,UK in x iraoytcriail CllUlcll in
Lynchburg, Virginia. ' "
Nov. S, IS5I..
MREffifflER THE DEAD!
From to-day we will commence redncjnginr
1 1ARGE FALL STOCK OF GOODS
AT PRICES 'TO SUIT EVEUYDOffT.
CLOTHING AND S
i Will be sold regardless of cost. Just received a lot of
JOSTER'S PATENT LACE KID GLOVES,
In Black and Colors." if you want a
Now is.he time to jget it. We have a large line of Fresh Samples Super Extra
and Three-Ply to select from.
, JONES, MpCTJBBIN & CO,
icluttz k mmmm
Which are Handsome and Complete in all the Departments.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
A large and complete stock very pretty and cheap,.
SHOES AND B0OTS THAT WE .WARRANT.
TEAS, SYRUPS, POTATOES,
ccc, to jjc Jiad ri. 1
FULL ASSORTMENT OF STOCK FEED. .
See us before you buy, as we have one thousand things wc can not tell you of here.
C031E. 7VKr HKK.
W. W. TayloiO
A TRUE TONIC
A PERFECT STREMSTHSMER.A SURE RgvivgR 1
IRON BITTERS are highly recommended for all diseases reaoirfri
acertaj.a a"1 efficient toiuc; cspecialfy Indigestion, Ihfspcpsia, Inierinittevi
Fevers, Went efApjpcU'teJjOst cStrength,Liici of Energy ,etc Enriches the blood
strengthens the.mnsclesind gives new life tp the nerves.. Thev act like a charm
-en the digesti ve organs, removing all dytpeptic mjmptamx, such us Tasting the Food
Bdshing, Heat in VietymacK,IIcartburn,etc. Tlie only Iron Prenatal ?on
that will not blacken the teeth or (jive headache. Sold by"
all druggists. Write for the A BC Book (32 ppof useful and aiJtlWrcad-ing)-air.
BROWN CHEMICAlCO., BaltlmorcVM.
8a thmt all Xatm Bitten m made by Bkow Cbxxicm. Co. and hxTo crossed tod liiw m wr-
BKWA1U2 OF 131ITATIOXS. mwionwTmpper.
(Xext dooriidowjj. Ij. JhXcdifs Store)
Where will he found s
JLfS The JkXlll'liOt A4lil-I8.I
Ml feiilits anfl PromjJl Mm
J3 MY MOTTO.
I want to "buy Fat Cattle
h: r:. beas,
SHIRTS AND HATS VERY
We mean to feed you with the best
.ept. 28, 1881.
Jor Old Folks and Young Folks, for Kiel) F-oiks
and Poor Folks, for Big Folks and Little Folks. v
In Augusta, Ga., on the 22d instant,: JfrsJ
ivaie uarnes iormeriy Jliss Kttc Wilson
toiece ef the late; Dr. Sam'I Krf, of this
, -'" ncif fH.-quaintances
and friends in this county wh'b twill regret
'to-hear rif-her death SI. i.:t.i-
, : : i rift" w-
wnmmmn a- .... - . . i , .
.The ftowau Teachers? Association tt-Iu
. . i - a
OH BUTTS' Offi
.,Tre 'M Chronic Zisaaes, uimim . "tloB.
jrOUNC MEN ar nff8rinfrotn thaeOwta
MitirfiTfrnTTTrt of duwn that anfit ita Tkr
Umi for bn.,m or murrtntw. fnnaaoottyctirad.
" VRd Ul TTll, M Kta Site I
I. tod MMtid ba artiliiaaaal
' S4, 84. Lmmim. Ma.
Udiiy in January, at TTi.i.,,.
AciideiBy, pinna Grove. - .
u; K. McNeill, Pros.
-BLACK-DRAUGHT" maes chills and
Jor gale hif 27o; F. A7i.-.-
M T.T mal money faster at work lor us thin. t
anythlajrekse. Capital not needed.5 w. win
jrou. tit a day and apwards mada at hnV.HTf
inuusuiousj. Men, women, boys and rtrls wanted
every whefl to work for us. Now Is tbe time vJ
ean work l5 spare time only ot five To?r Vaote
Jebe "V-Vou cn home and do
lin0?5 No other busn wtupay you nearlr as
well. No riue can mi to. wake enormous h
Monev nli fTt aSK.H Tk "? -inns.tiree.
IN THE PRFGKs nv
Marble Monuments and Grave-Stones of
aaa V -
I cordially invite the public generally
to an inspection of my Stok and Work.
I feel justified in asserting that my past
experience under first-class workmen iu
all the npwpsi! $wd modem styles, and
that the workmanship is equal to anv of
the bes ju the country. I do not anv
that my work is superior to all others. I
am reapnable. will uot exaggerate in or
der to accomplish a sale. My endeavor is
to please and give each eusjtomer the val
ue of every dollar they leave with me.
PRIggS 35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
M" pyer pflTept-U iu this town before.
Call at oj) or send fpr price list and de
signs. Satisfaction guarant'd or no charge.
The erection ,f marblo is the last work
of respect r which we pay to the memory
of .departed frieiuls.
JOHN S. HUTCHINSON.
Salisbury, N. C, Nov. 1, 1881.
flie most niagniliccnt line ot Christinas floods tix'r brought
Elegant Box Papers 10 ets. to $3.50. Picture Books 1 cent
US3.50. Perfumeries 10 cts. to $5C, fUifisimas Cards l et. to $1.00
Autograph Albums 10 cts. to S2.00: photograph Albums 20 cts. lo $5.00.
Pearl Card Cases, Toilet Set?, Vases, Games, Puzzles, Checker Boards
Scrap Books, Family Bibles, Hymn pooks. Mirrors, Toy Paints, Gilt Edge
Poets, &c, WMever you do, .don't luy your Christmas Goods until
you fyave called a
7:ft KLUTTZ'S Drug Store.
THEY HA YE COME
AND CAN BE SEEN
I am prepared to furnish
WA0C1T AND IUQ0T HAENESS
... Made of the best Northern TanTOdLeather '
nnnd1Leatr RM-WMtjrt. t all ard tee me
Opposrte Atwell-s, A,aln StWi, Pslltbnry, N. c. '
'"m ' jJ.OHN H. JAMES.
Z B. Vasce. w. jr. Bailey.
VANCE & BAILEY,
CHARLOTTE, N. C. ' '
Practice in Sunreme Court "f tK tvti.i
Stites, nprerae. Cdurt of 'Nortir CnroKna.
federal Coiirtw, and Count!. orMetkltt.tui).,
v.w.fU uuiuii.utiiion, Kowan atd David
st, ea.siiy and hgnorably. AiWesT" j on -Office, two doors east of Indei en
Tbcs &Cqau?uoU, iiaioe. dence nare. ! ' ' . r:J ' 33.
I mean the Largest Lot of New Tovs
Dolls, Mechanical Toys, Musical Instruments for
pl.ijldren, Chin Toys from 5 cents to $5. Toilet SU and
V.a.s.es to match.
CONF ECT IONS!
Fine assortment of French Candies, Plain Candies, Sugar Fruits. and Toys
Citron, Currants, Kaisens, Cocoa Nuts, and
assorted Nuts, Oranges, Lemons, Jellies, Canned Goods, Mince Meat.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO, FULL LINE.
. I will sell 'at public sale, on the 20th of
December, 1881. at my plantation marThya
tira Church, Rowan Countv, 9 miles from
Salisbury, 500 Bushels CHOICE C0EN
n the crib, t J. G. McConsacghey. '
C C C week your own town. $5 Outfit free
a?irib wV,fve7ihInnew- t&ui noi'S:
quired, w e will furnish you everrthliMr Manv
Siaklngtoruines. Ladi .make aVmSch ataeif
and bo and girls make great ps" KeTder?lU ou
want a business at which you can mafce ereat mr
au the time you work, write forparucSarato P 7
. Haixeit & Qu.,. ijijland, Maine.
Tho Color and Lustre of Youth are restor
ed'to faded or gray hair by the use of Par
ker's Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing bhh
ly esteemt d for its perfume and ntriv' 5
On Saturday the 7th day of January, 1882
the undersigned will sell at the Court House'
door , Lexington, at public auction, to the
highest Judder, lor cash, a tract of land in
Davidson county, containing 143 Acres
whereon J. A. C. Harrison died, and belong
ing to his estate, (excepting the interest ?n
Sa?id land heretofore allotted to Eliza
Harrison , wfdoiy, as her dower), adjoining
the lands of Thos. Reams, Jas. rf;S$S
o hcrs. The said land ij W4 U Wtisfv a
claim secured to the undersigned by mort
gage executed by J. Harrison and his
wife, Eliza, on the Ath day or Mav,T879
and recorded in Register's office of "David
son count, in Book No. 5 of mortgages
page 3C. ' TSi ' T
ROBT. TYSINGER, Mortgagee.
M. II. Pixxix, Atty. -s:im
DL t A SlOlf
Know asiUe Bradsliaw or a v pf..
" j . v v
. ..w ..wj.w! ,, iwnicu j.i me nun
&.ilisDur contains" acres, a p
failing veil of pure water, aneeded
building, and a
- i ""'si wmjiu, incrcif
looa urgaija tor the ready inonev.
anyoo paying, jial.t cash with dc
pay mat lor tne balance. -
Apply to .
J. M. GRAY,
Nil Any one having, a' desirable
d cue to scilL within tour squares o
oai.miry v,ourt lioOse, may find a pu
&cio iiiug io J. M. Gn
i: t . ' ' , - :
Afl persons having claims ngafnst tl
tte of Mary E. West, dee'd. sire l., r..l,
fled to exhibit the sauhe to tlie uiuler:
I on or uetore tjie Hit U day ofAVenl
'-i vi ihb imiitc iii iit pleaded nf
I tlieir recovery.
t November lbth
Cr. West, Adinf
1381. k U:0t
WI1EIV VOj WAXT
Sf A R DWA -R E.
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned atKo. 2 Gran
D A. AT WELL
Salisbnrv .V. C June3 tl. j
Oinger, Euchu, .Msm-j
um ooutngia, ajipj
inany oi im ocsi mec
cincs knows are coo
bincd in Parker Ginec
Tonic, into a medicuM
of cuch yaried pwew, I
to made it ti ereaied
Utood Punfier and tha
Sestorar Erar Vdl
It cures Uteuinatunl
Sleepassness, & diseacj
otu.e fetomacn, Bowel
r.VV r ... . 1
:'-TVV: -'1 j
r.i h.wj ia. it in ti
rnons Mciicine now In market, rrffored obTtI
r. S I monk A Co.,2810-12 OarkAV. SfcSSI
fucressowo M. A. Simmons. M. Ii. 173
i Duttlca and packatfea. Bold by afl Dniaiil
Th. Bmt, CiaMMt, ant "'". "Kw
Hott Eeoaomlcal lUir fom. and oilier Too
Nf-. Nertr Ul, to mturrUui never in toxicates.
ytWai wior to rebalr. & Co., ChcmisU, N.
tOc and 1 lit. Inr. S.yU.k Buytng Dollar gb.
Cook Stoves of all sizes and sty
nand at lowest p ices. rsMakc a
ACORN COOK STOVES, tli
world. A nrst-Jlass stock, of Tin
Iron Ware. .
TIN fiH9 COPPER Sf
All kinds of House-Mooting and (Jutterln
suori uoiico anu in tne ticsi style.
We keen cnnstantlr no h m.i
Sheet-TlB, Sheet-Ii-on and sbcx'tr-CopiitT
Her for S:lle r-li:r '
'Conuj to the Front
BOOT, SHOE & GAM
a UBua i uj t ar -bbbbw- . ki
lllallll I IM I 1 al W .i - - a- t- II
flFi ! 1
es alvison I I"
specialtjr the i IJlAl B&gia. . . ES H
I . - f f'a: S K..1; ?V -3T- ir- V r lam U
at.Ai.aBri t 11 ai B 1 "aTJ I V f-'. 1 'I. T .---J t C S aVk'l arl
ill Bkaivua 141 III .rl ii WiVM II II
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