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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

SwataraCave,TOrHimael3tow i. tiaW Tlie TA ^^^':^'^^c*''ift^''1iii'slt'tui'ttrL[ West, at tlie foot. :6f-'*-1diirsoW^fMFthya the base bf which is about 12 or laJeetaboTavSP level of the stream-^and runs dni Tait naailr obM half a mile. Yoo descend into the middle pfitkM first diamber. whicli is spacious <*tioa«:-to ; «M^I taiu at least'fivithtthdred peribos.^"SoailifliiM terest is seen in thy. department, bat WitlAi'ttrP second cbamto, tothe left, th^^ er is struck with its -; ctiaoa-Uav appearatw* f bcv; when a few minute* keenrwostratioaban'«ia|»£|1 ed, he beholds.a capsdout cbamb*r , *t«D« aVtftffl sixty feet high, twenty^tt^i&^s^«^ttildy isfil fifteen wide,.t^sid^ aAd^eein^ of* w^ lid. with«tal«^t**taad ^ B toss ji w| >aws»rf forms, which. liave:b**ome;bbjek*ne^^^ qnent introdoctitw;~.pf.^c ombiMti|m>:iMt^;^ iij@ changed their alabaster- whitenesa tb>.-sib*^daf as Erebus. There we b*tboldtb*figirMrfftb*« minus the headr-there is tbesurtu*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

TUB BECISTEB. SttLLMAM rQKLMB, Actiag Editor, [faring ttoatoaasa at the puWi*eri* the duties sat la* arjtjo iiitmaat a* Dcptrty Marshal,]" tbcbsday, smM&SriCSso. ' -"'"" ~ Wldg If a^aatloiia. >' s«» CaNAL COMMISSIONER, JKmaOA DdNOAM, o< Buck* county. .f. ' ~"^ »0* AUDITORGENERAI, •BsaMKr W. 8HTOHB, of tXnion county. t, ¦' *»OR SPRVITOB OKKERAL, ^rOCBra BXSNDBRSON, of Washington. CONGRESS. »'\ JOHN 0. ADAMS, of Bradford ' SENATOR, f ' ELHANAN SMITH, of Wyoming. ASSEMBLY, tj-MYRON M. MOTT, of BrWgewater. \ ' COMMISSIONER, IftASUMMEES/pfNewMilford. : . PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, ., HOMER H. FRAZIEli, of Montrose . f, -. VKKVrtSURVEYOR, '••" CK)RGE WALKER, of Dimock. AUDITOR, ,„ JOHN S. BIRCHARD, of Middletown. {fi'Wron, October 81&,) "jaa' '. , ' , ¦ ' ' ¦ ¦ . = . WOOD wanted inlmmedialely, on subscription, jat tbb oBca.. " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

X""-': ' '-'Ow Candidate for Oongrea*. - - ^ Ito ptticeedings of the Whig Congressional Con. far*** will be found in another column. ' We are tsar* than satisfied with the result of that conference.; It is particularly gratifying to conductors'of ibe press to have candidates for office of a charac-: ^w tSKy can bonestly and earnestly commend to Itoir fellow-citiz ens for support. Such emphatically is Jobx C. Adams, and we proudly place his toMrili the list of nominations, as the Whig catidi-;4*% ft* Congress. Possessing a character of spoilt!*) purity, politically and morally, and distinguish"•d'fcc ability, he presents pre-eminently the-quali-.ficatinns requisite for a popular and useful representative. And) we-are the more gratified by the ' Domination, as his name is a tower of strength in itself, and every demonstration brightens the pros-^ject of h is election. V, • : John C. Adams cost and WILL BE ELECTED - -.IT XTKKV WB1Q DISCHARGES HIS DUTY IN THE PBESWT OOKTXSI. Hop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

l?i • VheJVif. ',.' _' _ The annual Fair of the agriculture! society, held ^..iaUus village yesterday, was well attended by the -. intelligent Yeomanry of the County. The assemf" Hage was larger than at any previous time, and r' lttm increasing interest in the operations of the society, displays that the farming community of t this county are not unconscious of the improvement i eoseeptibJe in their business, and the advantage de-1 rivaWrfrom the association formed for their mutual benefit The cattle exhibited this year were " iVitaamllj superior to those at the Fair of last - ¦¦year. Useful articles of excellent workmanship 1 and utility, showed that our citizens are not at all -'.destitute oi Mechanical ingenuity; and the adaptr'-adae** of the articles to the practical wants of the "-'cmnmtmity, told that their taste was of the right .-! sort. The Fancy as well as the Floral exhibition was tasty and beautiful, as might have been ex-• pected-i-the ladtet seldom fail in having...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

. v:' i Tto l^Jbofo^ Meeting. ,,;¦-• ;: \f» ifiinliMitlluv mnllnirtn inn ai brief sketch of the mating of the Hunker Loos* at the Court zfea.se b^ereh^: Bradford, It seems, feels a deeper mUirest for the binighted poUticallieathen of 3usfjuchamia,and we understand a sort of political Missidtlary Society 'is there established for the dissowiinaji on of political truth in Susquehanna. - Welilthb Missionaries have arrived. The|lebot of DavidiWilmot at the Court House, Ust^week, In favor of freersoil, and a justification of%l(|°own eoerw thereon, was fMlowod by a- jBunkev^emonstratiori last night,«Rndemnatory. jef;Ji|r. Wilmot, in whichv Bradford hyenas snarled, auST growled, and raved niost ferociously. Mr. Sanderson, the •F t - ' candidate [for Senator, was, ttowercr; an exception. He is a man of talent and his apparently candid speech and gentleiuanly demeanor must havemado a favorable impression. But jibe positiou he assumed that a Free-soilcr niust vote .for an old Hunker, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

iKaatfalg of tha^nab^^^b^nfe^ ^ In pursuance qt an arr»ge*acnt.made between' the conferees fram the Senatorial District composi <ed of tlie flountfe* of BradioTd, Susquehanna an* Wyoming, the ijajd^ferees metL«t the Hotel bf L. Searle, in Montsose, on ITiursday Sept 19th.— The fullowing gentlemen app^aredind" took their seats. ! ' ' " ' ' X ' '"'X; Ufadfctti—Hiram Mix, and M. C. Mcrcur. . SiaqueJiamut—Orange Mott, Jr, Beiijamiu S. Bentley. Wyoming—Wilbur Rasscl, nad G. Si Tutlon On motion, Hiram Mix, Esq, was called to die Chair arid B. S. Bentley appointed Secretary. The conferees then proceeded to nominate a candidate for Senator. Mr. Tutton being authorized tb withdraw Ate name of Elisha Sharp, Esq, as a. candidate, nominated Elhanan Smith, Esq. of Wyoming. Mr.Bentley noimmtted Joseph T. Richards, Esq. of Susquehanna. Mr. Smith received 4 votes, J. T. Richards 2. Resolved, That Mr„ Snnfli be tinsnmiously nomi nated. HIRAM MIX, Pres't B. S. Bentlky, Sec'y.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

Meeting of the Whig Congrcssiofcil .. Conferees. . The Congressional Conferees of Susquehanna, Tioga, alid Bradford, convened at the Bradford House, hf Towanda, on Tuesday evening. Sept 10th. The follpwing^gentlenion appeared and presented their credentials^ ' Siuquehanna—Henry Drinker, and Leonard Sear re. "Tioga—W. D. Baily, and O. F. Taylor. Bradford—-W. C. Bogart, and Allen MKean. L. SEARLE, Esq, was called to preside, and O. F. Taylor, elected Secretary. On motion the following Resolutions were unanimously adopted: , Resolved , Tl»t in -accordance with tho often expressed and loiig oherish-d principles of ihe Whig party, we declare our uncompromising hostility to the farther extension of human slavery into any territory of this Union now free. Resolved, That tlie depressed condition of the great industrial interests of Pennsylvania and the Union, demands a repeal of the odious ~Taritl of 1846, and the rc-establishmbnt of a revenue system that will discriminate, in favor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

by the > , The Siijj N*le Law. : We understaiia u^is asserted Locofoco, candidate for repirese»t3tive in this county, Mr; Mowry; .tbatjlther law .against small bills is a Wl^ig measure and w;is strongly recommended by Gov. Johnston. ." From the vote on!itho law whicli wo pnb4 lished last week nud j^gaiu ro-publiah—as we mesa to keep it'before the people—it willbo observed that Mr. MJ<>wry's name is recorded in the affirmative. This bare fact is enough to show the Utter falsttylof the statement; for no one in his: sober $4nSea would for a moment believe ithat thej vtejvs upon this question held by| so bitter a1 Locofoco as .Mr. Mowry, would coincide Villi the Governor's. The fact is that Mr. Jjfowry is implicated directly by the state of the vote, iir palming this Jaw tipon the poiiple to their serious detriment and injury, atid ho fears the verdict which tho people will render upon his acts this fall. It has been suggested ^ to us that hq will still bo upp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

From the New York Tribune. THE,FINALE. ' Tlie House of Representatives did another Ii.ir4 day'a. work on Saturday. The California Admission bill and the Utah Territorial Organization bill were both passed through njll stages, ju*t as they came from the Senate, and jnow only await the Pre-sU dent's signature to rejider them' laws of the Liu.L California imially passed by the dt?ci ivu vote of l!50 to oljiind Utah by 97 to 85. A 'motion to affix the Wilmot Proviso to the hitter wa-i dcu.-att.-d by 78 to 69. . , . All the measures embodied in the defeated' Onnibus' have thus received the sanction of buth HouseA Their only essential alteration is that of the Boundary betwee l New Mexico and Texaswhereby 25,000 square miles weretaken from tlie former and given to tae latter. All tlmt remains to be done by either fiouso is the sanction by the Senate of the junction of its Texas boundary and New-Mexico Territorial Organization bills by the House. No doubt that will be assented to, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

ADDRESS Of the Whig Slate Central Co:hm*sc to ihe Freemen of Pennsylvania. . Fellow Citizkns :—The Election is approaching and we nil have important duties to perform. To discharge that duty fully, faithfully and successfully,, should be made a high object with every good citizen. The offices of Ganal Oomniissioiier.'A uditor General, and Surveyor General, the la-«t two recently made elective.-.nre oil dependent on tlie popular voice. The control of the public works, the regulation of the land office, and the- supervision of the finances oi the State, are matters ot grave concern to the pi'op'e. It becomes their interest as well as their duty to elect honest arid intelligent men. Th» policy of dividing the ca;utl board in its political character, so lliat the interest* of .ilf maybe ^'fairly represented and honestly guarded, must be, obvious to-every reflecting tax paying citizen. The propriety, too of. snrmu'idin^ thu veiy head of the Stit'e Admiiii.-lnitiuii v. ijli ab'e adv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

. Heti^iotis Noaces, • THE Susquchanjia Association of Universale - wHtihold its ^annual session at Gibson, So-q'i Co, Pa"r ion the fifst Wediiesday and fuHoifin; Thursday in October next. ' - Sept. 18,1850. ¦'• ¦ REV. It: Slabk, of Stbckbrhlge,Mas*.rwi!l prejeh in the Uuiversalist Church, in this Viliige, next'SsiHay,;(Sopt. 22.) . Montrose," Sept. 18, 1B50. A Wagan Maker Wauled. WANTED by the -subscriber, a good Wajio Maker to manage thabusiness atj!thevtil known stand in Wyalusing. i A man Vidi a small family is! desired, one making himself useful nil] find employment for several year?. gf"Refereiw will be require^. ' : EDW1S LEfllS: 'Wj-alusmg^Sept. 18,1850. ?AROCHIAL>CH(rai. oS St. Aiidi-sew'a Church fSi>ring> vilje, Penrjj'a. i tv tnTTFr??:! Rev- a:M. SKINNER, Redo:. JhaKjUH^Hr ^ ^ o.'A.Skinseu,Preccptrc TBE Fall term or Quarter, will commence on tit first; Wednesday of October, when it sill \* the luastjnppropi-iate and advantageous forstuuaiii toje...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

Ifcv Goods. ; • , t Y0NS4CHAl^LER--Jfo»<»se«i«/ZoWi. I iS'-w now receiving a large and splendid ¦^iTnt of Goods, Which will be sold «hcafi for assortment ot """" ^YONS j, CHANDLER. ^pterober 16,'i860. ':¦[• C -— TvpETS and Carpet Bags, Trunks, Blkck, Blue «"* Qreea Umbrellas, Japponna Wke, ^.iSloS Glass Ware, Hardware Ac. by f Croctay«>Jl' LYONS <b CHANDLER. B ~X>OKS, Paper, Inks, Sand, Ink-stands, Letter-^ ^ iK-^ogj, f^agf XJJEETING8, Shirting, Ticking, Batting, Wad-O ding, Drillings, Cotton and Woolen \ ornCar-^Kn^Tr^C^^ W P^™ ^^awfcgaViTOa^i 1"» rtrt 1/ PAPER and Shades. ' - 'If It ZFOiVS d> CHANDLER WINDOW GLASS 7 by 9, 8 by 10,14,- 11 by 15, 12 by 16, 12 by 18, 9 by 12. LYONS & CHANDLER. Lumber wauled. PISE and Hemlock Boards, Pine Siding and Shingles. LYONS <£• CHAND1JER, Montrose, Sept. IT," 1850. ; r\ ROCERIES.—Crushed, Pulverised,Coflcejtnd vT N.O. Sugars, Molasses, Black aud Green Teas, fork, Mackerel, Codfish...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

T ill Brigade OrderSv/ HE jtfnifonned Militia of the first Brigade 3d pediment of Susquehanna county, will parade in the following orderi ' The 1st Battalion will meet at the house of Daniel Wade in the tbwnship of,Lenox,;for parade, mid inspection, 0:1 Wednesday the 25th day ^f September next at 7 o'clobk A. M. armed anjl equiped according to law. -The 2d; Battalion: at the house of 1 eonard Searle injthe borough of "Montrose, on Friday the 27th ddyof-September next, nt 7 o'clock A. M^, for parade and inspection, armed and equiped according to'law. I ASASPIGEU, J Br. Ins. 1st Br. 10th Div. Pa. Mi. Brigade Inspector's office,) Dundaff, Aug. 26,1850.} SHALL BILLS. ANY of our customers who have small bills they wish to send off to be exchanged, can'be accommodated by calling on LYONS <fc SON. To Soldiers of the War bf 1812, Or other Persons having Land Patents, commonly called " Soldiers'Right*." THE subscriber takes this method of informing persons who own, Laud Patents,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

J DISSOLUTION. The firm of Mills A Enapp was dissolved by mutualjcoDsent on thp 27 inst. All indebted will see the propriety of settling without farther notice: Montrose, Aug,25.1850. . B. H.MILLS; - :I. -g . : P/ :h,s.knapp. f. i- :—4-^ .. . . | j Books, Bootu. "";' N; ' AfLL% Text Books to be used in the new ¦ ^ t -A.cad.eray, ju»d also a. variety'of others, just opened and for sale at the lowest prices, by~ y»*f&4* ¦ -¦ ¦ J. LYONS A BONX ^^^MS y%>ti4u: J- LYONS dsSdN. DYJE BTrjFPS.--M«dder. Indigo, Logwood, ,-»;Aiubv81ue jVitriol, Cppperaa, Anaatto.Ac Just opened and cheap by ;.l ".--S|pt.'-tj-" .; LYONS &.MON. I *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

xr ALBANY & BUFFALO, ivifia lori- arid Erie, Cayuga and Susqwhanna Rail .Roads, Seneca and Cayiiga Lakes I ¦ RVEttVUODY's MARKET ituE! r JpiIE subscribers are now - prepared to receive X Freight of all kinds atthe following poins,viz: Buffalo, Attrcn, Batavia, Bergen, Rochester, Canandayua, Geneva, Dresden, Ovid, Lodi, Dundee Landing, Jafferson, Havana, Milport, • Horsebotids, Conring, Ehuira, Factory villc; Spring Port, Rjiidder's Ferry, Aurora, Ithaca, Ciuidor#»wego,ftf^)n, Binghimlon, Great Bend, Lanesbore", Depofei^id Hancock, every day in the week, (Sundays excepted,) and continue with regularity- throughout?"*!"! season. They will attend to forwarding the isat>ie to the Ifew York Market, where it will recWye the personal attention of experienced salesufen, who will attend to the selling of the same, and.roturn the proceeds "in Bankable funds at either o&tbe above points, to the following perjohs: , Buffalo, Storehouse of Henry Daw; Attica, Storehouse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

' i'tP^S-fS'r^S^^^ i - iVi^S^^^SraSS tSJill Wlm3< - - w^^^^^^^f^. J^^^^^^fc ^iiM^^^^^ Dr Rafferty'is Celebrated Family MEDICINES-s-sd/wa</ of all olliers, and unani mouslg approved!*-The Productions of a licensed Surgeon and Physician of 20 years prac tical experience. Raitkhtv's Balm ok Gibead.—Among all tlie remedies before the'public, this stands pre-eminent in the early stages of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrah, Coughs, fioarsness. Asthma, Spilling of Blootl, and for all affections of the pulmonary o rgans occasioned by cold. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon this remedy, and the proprietor urges any one infected with any of the above complaints, to secure if at ori^ee. RAFi-KitTY's Familt Pilia—Tlie best-Family Physic now in the Country fur sick head-adre.'Cnstiveness, cleansing the stomach of b{k>, purifying the blood, carrying oif diseased humors and restor> - ing health. R.vffebtv'8 FEitALE Mo.vitily Pills.—For're nroymg female obstr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

ss-£l CAKD-ggr Vtexs c-AsU ami barter Store. THE subscriber has opened a new Store nt Great Bemt, Prt.t uoarly opposite tho Mansion House, where he is now receiving nilarge and entire new stock of Goods, which he offers fur sale on the principle of riMAU. PooKrra—Qcick Retuuss—One Poice only. His stock" embraces' an extensive assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, 4nd Ready-made Clothing, wiiich'havc been purchased in New York at the lowest cash prices; und he respectfully invites the people of Susquehanna county and vicinity to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. His experience in the business enables-him so purchase at the best advantage; and having made an amuigemefet with oil agent in New York, he will be constantly receiving additional .supplies of well selected Goods. « Proeisions—Flour, Pork <£• Fish, loholesdle it relail A very extensive stock will be kept constantly ou hand at tho lowest prices, B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

Stoves, Tiuware &,?.. WE have now on liand a-great variety of cooking, Porlor and shop stoves, which we will mj!I for cash oi ready pay cheaper than ever^unong our Cooking srbvesare the following kinds : The Phtciux Air Tight tlie Very best stove in use. " Improved Rotary. f " " " Extra Laige Oven. A. " » ' . " Irving. . « « « " Iron King. '1 u „ " Whiteside's Double Ov£p. n, « " Rough and-Ready. " " " '' Elevated Oven, Premium and other stoves o almost all kimls. Parlor stoves for wood and coal. Also an assortment of stoVe trimmings. Tin, Cop per, sheet Iron and Zinc Ware. Any article not on hand made to order ou shprt notice and tho most reasonable teniis. Purchasers will save money by fgivingusa call before buying, as we are determin ed to sell at prices which must suit any one. »88 " ROSE A SIMPSON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

l*cw Arrival. THE subscriber hosjust received a new supplv of Books, embracing School Books of aluio r" every variety—an assortment o[ Miscellaneous, dt. — Writing Paper,by the ream or smaller quantity-. Wrapping-do.; Letter and Note Paper; Fancy SMionurv ; Wall and Curtain paper. Pocket, Chisp oiid Family Bibles ; large quantity and -a good variety. Ready Made Clothing; a large assortment embracing a great variety of Coats, Pants, Yests and shirts. :. /Tor* anj Caps } a general assortment of fashionable Fur. Silk, Leghorn, Palm-Leaf, Ac Ac. Boots and Shoes.: a "good assortment of Mens' and Boys', both fine and coarse; Ladies'and Misses do.; Children's do.: also, a Variety of Fancy articles too numerous: to mention. "¦ ? School Books, and paper will be sold to those who buy to sell amiin, et a very small advance on the city wholesale prides. r Sabbath Schools • will be {furnished during the Spring and Summer with books, on short notice Montrose, Apr. 17,1850. i. GEO. F17LLFR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

Susquehanna Connty, as. / , ]/» Common Pleat; ~ l JVo. 176, August Tcrjn, 1849. ! James Dea.ns \ vs. J. It Ls agreed that this suit Josathas KCavncHiu. ) is'settled, llie defend' ant confesses Judgment for all tbe legal costs, and admits having jspoken the words charged, but that hb did so under excited feelings, aud that whatever be has said against the Plniatifl at any tiiM or on any occasion; ho said without reflection, without cause, and without any foundation In truth, and regrets the same, and in justice to tho said PLiintiff he how makes.this state-i meat J, !R CHURCHILL. , BENJ. S. BENTLEY, Att'y. for Pitt ', August 5, 18,50. j . ¦ . -,. ; Susquehanna: County tt.—t. certify that the forC-i going-is a true copy of paper tiled in the above entitled cause. "Witness my hand and seal of office at Montrose, the 24th day of August, A. D. 1850. F.M. WILLIAMS, Proth'y. B ROADCLQTBS, Kerseyberes, Tweeds, Kentuck Jeans , Sattinets, Freucli Cossimercs and Summer stuffs just in. Ii¥0...

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