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BY FRED'K L. BAKER.
L Highly Concentrated Vegetable Extract.
A PURE TONIC.
DR. }IOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHIL'A, PA.
WI L L effectually cure Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Jaundice, chronic or nervous
Debility, diseases of the Kidneys, and bad dis
eases arising from a disordered Liver or Stom
ach. Such as Constipation, inward Piles, NI
nese or blood to the head, acidity of the Stom
ach, Nausea, Heartburn, disgust for food, ful
ness or weight fit the stomach, sour 'Eructations,
sinking or fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
swimming of the Head, hurried and difficult
Breathing, fluttering at the Heart. choking or
suffocating sensations when is a lying posture,
dimness of Vision, dots or webs before the
Sight, fever and dull pain in the Head, defi
ciency of Perspiration, yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
&c., sudden flushes of Heat, burning in the
Flesh, constant imaginings of Evil, and grief,
depression of Spirits. And will positively
prevent Yellow Fever, Billions Fever &c.—
they contain no Alchohol or bad Whisky.—
They wrt.r. man the above diseases in ninety
nine cases out of a hundred.
The proprietors have thousands of letters
from the most eminent Clergymen, Lawyers,
Physicians, and Citizens, testifying of their
own personal knowledge. to the beneficial ef
fects and mediae' virtues of these Bitters.
Do you want something to strengthen you ?
Do you want a good appetite'? Do you want
to build up your constitution ? Do you want
to feel well Do you.want to get rid of Ner
vousness? Do you want energy? Do you
want to sleep well ? Do you want a brisk and
vigorous feeling? If you do, use Hoorinrin's
PARTICULAN NOTICE.—There are many
tireparations sold tinder the name of Bitters,
put up in quart bottles, compounded of the
cheapest whisky or common rum, costing from
20 to 40 cents per gallon, the taste disguised by
Anise or Cot/under Seed.
i rbis class of Bitters has caused and will con
tinue to cause, as long as they can be sold,
hundreds to die the death of the drunkard.—
By their .use.. the system is kept continually
under the influence of alchoholic stimulants of
the worst kind, the desire for liquor is created
and Sept up, and the result is all the, horrors
attendant upon a drunkard's life and death.
For those who desire and will have it Liquor
Bitters, we publish the Milo wing receipt Get
one bottle el Hoolland's Bitters and mix with
three quarts of good brandy or whisky, and
the result will be a preparation that will far
excel in medicinal virtues and true excellence
any of the numerous Lignur Bitters in the
market, and will cos/ much less. You will
have all the virtues of Houtland's Bitters in
connection with a good
,article of liquor, at a
meth less price than thest inferior prepara
tions will cost you.
Ares/mon Sotntras We call the atten
tion of all having relations or -friends in the
army to the tact that .. kloulland's German
'liftmen will cure nine-tenths of the 'diseases
induced by exposures and privations incident
to camp life. In the lists, published almost
daily in the newspapers, on the arrival of the
sick it will be noticed Mist a very large pro
portion are suffering from debility. F.very
case of that kind can be readily cured by
notifliand'ai German Bitters. Diseases result
ing front disorders of the ellgeitive organs are
speedily removed. We have no heiettirion in
stating l thatof these Bitters were freely used
among our soldiers, hundreds of lives Might
be saved that otherwise will be lost.
We call the particular attentioik, to the fol
lowing remarkable and well authenticate,
cure of one of the nation's heroes, whose life
to use his language, •`has been sailed by the
PHILADELPHIA, August 23d, ISM
Messrs. Jones 4. Evaine,— Well, gentleman,
your Hoofland's German Bitters have saved my
life. There is no mistake in this. .T.tis Vouch
ed for by numbers of my comrades some of
whose names are appended, and whoi are fully
cognizant of all the circumstances of my case.
I am, and have been for the last four years,
a member of Sherman's celebrated battery,
and under the immediate command of Cap
tain IL. B. Ayres. Through the exposure at
tendant upon my arduous duties, I was attack
ed in November last with inilarnation of the
lungs, and was for seventy-two days in the
hospital. This was followed by great debility,
heightened by an attack of dyseatary. 1 was
then removed from the White House, and
bent to this city ou board the Steamer "State
of Maine," nom whim .1 'andel on the 28th,
of June. Since that time 1 have been about
as low as uny one could and still retain' a
spark 01 vitality. For a week or more I was
scarcely able to swallow anything ? and if I did
force a menial down, it was immediately
thrown up again.
/ could not even keep a glass of water on
my stomach. Life could not last under these
circumstances: and, accordingly, the physi.
clans who had been working faithfully, though
unsuccessfully to rescue the from the grasp
of the dread Archer, frankly told me they
could do,no more for me, and advised me to
see a clergyman, and to make such' disposi
tion of ray limitel funds as best suited me.—
An acquaintance who visited me at the hospi
tal, Mr. Frederick Steineron, of Sixth below
Arch street, advised me, as a forlorn hope, to
try your Bitters, and kindly procured a bottle.
From the time I commenced taking them the
gloomy shade q of death receded, and. I am
new, thank God for it, getting better. Thb'
/ have taken but two bottles, I have gained
ten pounds, and I feel sanguine of being per
mitted to rejoin my wife and daughter, from
whom I have heard nothing- for eighteen
months: for, gentlemen, 1 awe loyal Virgin
ian, from the vicinity of Front limit. To
your inVeluable Bitters I owe the certainty of
life which has taken the place of vague fears
—to your Bitters will I owe 'the glourious pri
vilege of again clasping to4ny bosom those
who are dearest to me in life
Very ery truly yours, AC MA LONE.
We fully concur in the truth of the above
statement, as we had despaired of seeing our
comrade, Mr. Malone, restored to health.
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MARIETTA PA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, 1863 VOL 10 NO -10'
"OUR . WAR 'CORRESPONDENCL
qH i p QtJAßTEtts:io7th Regt. P. V. ,
' • September, 9, 1863.
011. F. L. Baker :—Sume 'time has
expired Since .I..have addtesand you by
letter ifiliweveo; if there . was ,
tervening space, I hope our friendshiP
is still the smile As in former de:ys ; but
rest 'assured; Colonel, that if I had the
time;TrOm Other'' &died 'deettived alien
me,.l would give a brief detail (Such as
would not be contraband to publish) - of
our doings in the army senii-monthly, to
my friends at home, through "The' Ita
riettian i but as I have had command
of the 107th Regiment, Pennsylvania
IVolunteers, since July 2d,,and ,a regi
ment after such a conflict for folir, „days,
as the 107th was engaged in at Gettys
burg, involved ducies upon me of a mili
tary character, and employed my time
greatly—which I could not employ
writing to my friemis. And ,even io
this attempt, I cannot say .whetherJ
will be able to finish, or get through
with my communication, as I have plen
ty of work on hands to-day, for to-mor
row is our grand and general, inspection
day ; and a rigid one it will be, for offi
cers and men—any neglect will not be
excused. We are now encamped on the
banks of the. Rappahannock river, at
the Station, a place.that has become
famous, and extensively made known
through the press • certainly not, on ac-
count of its beauty, and locality;,but.on
account of the different actions having
taken place, &c. ; and as a., military
point. In the breaking out of, this 're
bellion;.the rebels made their strong,.
hold at Manasses, but at the same time
for the purpose of keeping open their
line of communication, they - did 'not ne= -
glect this place, and' consider'edlt'ae
one of great Impatance, in case they
had to fall back, they threw up breast:
works, which weevettually used' against
them. Our Divisbin, the 2d of the Ist
Army Corps, appears to have 'becethe
identified with this place; though - min/
miles- 'away to - participate in different
conflicts, the movements of the inilitary
chess beard brings 89 'again arid again
tathis, point, viz.: On the 19th day of
August, 1862, by a forced march from
the right , of Ceder 'Mountain,
ter's hibuntain) maffe'this whim ''iu
twelve hoOrs,'a distance' of twenty-three
miles, 'in excessive heat and' dust. On
the 23d' day the' enemy ' attacked tisi
they gaiaed nothing, hut leit ae4ereli,,
(we at this time used the WO rlis'built
by them,) and newer ,considered :their
loss great, as ours was, so very light;
bd. within 'the last few days, wkile,oo
as brigade,offieer of t t he picket, on
the other aide of the river, 1 became.
more acquainted with their battleground
and position, and from the appearance
of bursted ordnance, shot end sheik
of neariyevery description lying around, 7
and from infermatioh l;gleaned> from
negroes, their loss was great. Oeveral
skirmishes have taken ,place since, with=
the enemy by our cavalry;. , and at jest
our turn came again.; ~we were •marched
here in the latter part of July
night. On the-first day of Augast last,
according to* orders, -we were
ready. .for a march -at 3 o'clock,-.=-the
men not thinking that-a crossing was fo
be effected that day by Our brigade, the ,
only force here at that-time of infantry,
with some cavalry' under tufOrd-; the
enemy's: pickets; cavalry and inTantry,'
were close, to the water on the other
side. ~ A, p rominentpOsition WaB assign
ed me for the 107th regiment, (ColOidef
Lyle, of the 90th Peinn.Voli. commang
iiig the brigaire,) - I was ordered to move,
with the regiment andel. cover of woods,
towards the.estreme right of the line
also having a detachment of sharpshoot
ers given me along, and as soon as I
reach a certain point, I was to remain
under cover until firing would commence,,
which was the signal for crossing,; then
run out by's left flank and pusses
sion of a rifle pit close by the river and
hold-it, which I did, throwing my Sharp
shooters on my right to. ir. , safe and im
portant point, so that,they could work
with more efficiency and deadly aim.—
Tbe enemy soon gave may, our cavalry
with their artillery in pursuit, overtaking
them at "Bratdy Station," and with a
hand to band conflict;- paid them, with
Uncle' Sam's compliments, such its every
traitor deserves--death ; but . I presume
you all had &fall detail of the "tight on'
the let of August ; suffice if to say the
enemy was badly whipped.' Our . whole
brigade crossed over; on a pontoon
bridge, Locate ff ourselves rightly, f kil #
entyenc,hpd. On the, .6th the .N,
fast day its set apart by our noble Presi
dent, w s properly observed, with re
ligions exercises in our brigade. The
145th Psalm wits read; afterwards the
iident'aTtoclamatiOn, which was Of
a tr'bly xchitistian aharadtek s ancr''tlie
claustiiiferring• to giving "honor 'and
praise to _Him- whim it belongs 'we's
principally used as a `text ind'dvielt
upon' by ihe ipeikerti; occasion was
grand and imposing:--2-lying in t r he face
orthe enemy=yet due' reipact was paid'
by our brigade , tO'the diras' ; set apart,
of-all good," for iiiii . sticoess, j p - rosperity,
peace of corintry, and i► happy future:— "
On • the 7th, the enemy adVaUced and
begad to shell dui of Piekiits, 'but
in thisi move they received more than
they . bargainecrfoi:'beitig obliged to , fill
back in disorder tolth6irbase bear
pepper, not thinking 'onibrigade wes
-reinforced' by ne.tirty the whole Ist
corps, and entrenched, and ready . :to
receive them. On the 9th, our brigade
was ordered to're•cress, and we are now
encamped on the north side of the river,
but extentrotir picket 'lines on the south
side, making this move oar third time
for here, within due' year,; but
." the, poSi-
I tion is important. How cheering it
would be if iheTriends of the 'sdldiers
could pay them visits while here, .occa
sionally. Our camps are , beautiful, and
close' by the railroad, and somewhat
prepared`to receive:friendS-but visits
cannot be made. 'the Beserves lie
close by at present: 'I "Was to - see 001.
Fisher and others of my friends on last
Sunday evening, showed him the Union
ticket as settled in .Lancaster county,
and he was pleased with it: so am I.—
A ticket formed with such material
gives credit to, the, Convention, and the
delegates to.show, their loyalty in sup
port of the Government, the. Adminis
tration, and the Union, .pleced at the
head of , the, ticket a_man, the very em
bodiment of patriotism, the Bon. Benj.
Champneys ;-.-where is the man whose
heart beats a3loyalt ithpulse that could
.not v,ote for himl. Ails 'colleague, Dr.
Dunlap : andf,all. the rest of.the
men placed upon the'ticket area worthy
the_support of all loyal men. and I hope
they will all be successcul; could we
vote., there'iknot,a•man from the county
in pen regitn en t, but! what would 'support
thn tipke,t ;-for.here,in Itheoarmr we kAlly
knew. Mell4l4(loy,al or disloyal.; thetletL
ter are not recognized: as4,,reen; :but -as
base deceivers to the"country that , gave
them =birth. 'Never ;irtia . there 'snob' - an
intelligent'ariny inthe'field,as our army
for the Union ; all` `acquaint'
with' affairs' of koVern [dent' at home, as
well as with military tactics in the field,
always and it is generally
known hn the army' who stands by the
Government lecalities) and assists in
suppressing the rebellion. Would all
have 'risen in the North as one men, in'
support of the Administration, the poor
sceldiers'at'this time could' be at home,.
enjoying the sweatier Society all 1 c m
forts with their families and .friends.;—
Let the sympathier.,,consider that,on
him, reets,theresponsibilityfor so much
de,solation, bloodslied„aorrowful grief,
and so many vacant, seats in the family
circle.,, Qn his. ! forehead ft,lready rests.
the mark nf Cain; and a just'retribution •
him.;. "Sorrpmfai are the ways
of the,transgressor before a j usttki bun al."
On • the 28th day of. August,- at the*
sword presentation 'to General M.eade;
I bad thetpleesure, of seeing. , several dis
tinguished gentlemen from' Fatally&
nia : His Excellencj'Gov. A. G. Curtin,
Adit.`Gen. Rasiell, Col. Wright, M
ton McMichael, J. W. Forney, and
others; anl permit me here to add,_ it
is remarkable how the soldier's heart
beater , for 4 Gov. ; is . their friend
—they know at present no .; political
lineri=but if theyCOurd get' the cbance ,
to vote; they wade', file the mighty and
dreadful avalanciie, sweep everything
before them, and with an• uverwhelmittg
majority, proclaim. A. CI: Curtin, Go=''
vernor elect'aer Pennsylirania. The
great Army of . the , Potomevappreciatei
his , services, all feel his' fostering 'care
no sick or wounded man from - vihjitever
State, but iinows,thatiafter battle, it is
his greatest pleasure to go forth; soothe
his suffering, enconfaip the living, and
contribute to the burial of the dead, all,
speak alike F
.of hial, and F all pr~ish him
Col.; for f`ea`r'of getting mi ~too
lengthy I will be brief as possible ; as I
have a correct:diary,. L duty afa 'future
time-take op our:campaigns-an& doing ,
,of theQArmy: of.the Potomac iii regular
order for publication, , for the -gratifiCa-',
tion of my personartrren4, iil tbis op
suite points I have merely given a pass
in , notice ; tjhoyph oy general order, X
wa obliged; as commander; of. With,
to !ive a full and complete history of
i 'doings, &c,, from tme 28th to -Jrity-
18th, .1863, tb the proper department,
for future referenee.' Tri this I mustUct
pasa unnoticed the Patriot
of Lancaiter cOunty=for their great efL
fortsia doing good,ana rendering . effi T
dent service - in" the great cause Of the
country: ,The.,:l.Q4-th N:.Y..1 Volunteers
is attached to our brigade•; - they , re
ceivedtheirjpitiativewith es, at; o,edar
Mountain,;, they Alava tparticipated with
us,et , l4P„pa4antoek„TaroroughfareaGAP,
Bull lcun, Chantilly, , BeuthAlountaill 3
Antietam, preslerieksburg, Chancellor,
vale and Gettysburg ;--fts , soon. As they
then PenP. B .Y l ll l 4ia,:liuer,up went
cheer . afteA eheer fer : the •Old Keystone;
74 1 3 a w determination ,that Abet, rebels
mytek,he drive El , from its:, and% their
conduct on,thelst,„2ll, 3d,and 4th,3ays.
of. July, in battle e confirmed their del
termicatiett ;, ,the, regiment ~suffered.;
their, wounded were placed in albospital
about repro:lines : from .the•, town•;, they
were in want of the necessaries'. off life
and comfort.; ; fortunately that hospital
and the wants °fah° suffering Was sup,;
plied by the Patriot Daughters. When
the wounded and—sick were informed
that thesendmforts had been t failkiirOed
by the Patriot Daughters of Lancas
ter county, tears of gratitude 'eduld' be
seen stadding in the eyes of these
bronzed veterans. - Three cheers were
given ofGod'biess the Patriot Dangh:
ters of Lancaster county, for 'their act
of kindiresS and help. Dr Ward, their
Chaplain, then , offered up a prayer; iii
which he kindly remembered the .nciiigA
ters ; -asking God's 'blessing for 'them,
and for Him to Crowe iheireffOrta'
the 'good work they' have undertaken
for the comfOrts of the soldier, and as a
reward for their services in the righteous
cause of humanity, they Might enjoy
blessed immortality 'hereafter. I felt,
that I was fin& Lancaster county,' and
such heart-felt expressions from strang
ers in praise of the ladies of my counth
made me feel doubly proud. The daugh
ters' work is developing itself ;many
suffering soldiers aye made comfortable
and buoyant with the oil andlood of
kindness,tient, by those ministering., ark;
gels,among them. Itlethe..soldierthatl
qaa duly aareciels. iheir. , werks-and'
may they never befound wanting..;•.Our,
c,31!,„ is pot „,y,,er 4 y ughealthy...: I Thw
weather is very warm and dry at pres-1
ent. The boys from--our town
, are all
welliand ready 'for any emergency: I.
understand'in'anrof my nersenril frientiS'
made' a visit to the great "Battla-Seld
of Gettyalitirg.” 'The 'army "had . moved_
before they arrived; and ''l missed the;
pledrinre of - i3eelbethem. `"l' haire'a)sn'
been informed there were froni
Donegal; OM of three'• re6il
zere.along : those, ihduld have bei3n in
the rebel rarike, Where iheY belong, on
third day, when the enemy triek,to
force through our centre. There is, no=
thing so detestable as ,a .rebel sympa,
thizer; and are only considered by,,the
army as dastardly, And cowardly dregs
of society, which could not in •a thou
sand years with lever And i fulcrum be
raised to, the, level.ofs a,villain , fortheir)
meanness in asking the protection snd
care from a Government which they
chtmee to destroy. eleelorryio
state, that many farmers, and h'eretOfOre
honest thinking nied, 'for the l irkin of
saving the .almighty , dollar; and their
sons from the &aft; they "will assist a
policy blindly, and "cry for a peece, at
the saerifine, orat 'any'cost or - destrirc-
Com oi• the Government, in . erdei• to
weaken the Administration and-Carry"
out disloyal purposes„of,politiowlftick
sters, for the present ; should their pos
terity be the yictims of a worse; fa ZL te
by dislion'orabli peace hereafter, I 0
hope 01m5 . 1 . 1111 well, consider, tithe . marts
before too late, and become firm f4end,g,
of tire Union, arid nie,,for, their :watch.,
word, "No peace with„traitors in arms,
but an unconditional surrehder'oriallltto
the j mighty .po iver of .Uncle
Your friend, &c.,- , '
.LE : D. ROATi,
Captain- OommandingiWith .P. V.
cer am mint r at Appleton,
Wisconsin, in a +sermon, niiiiiwt.theldl
lo7,ing,,,compari son , Aissecting
miser-- : "The. soul of iimmiser is , so stiricz
elccl. that, it monlat 4.lfavelmorkrooin
play in:a grain of 4 mustard iseedillianiir
btAlfrpg wauld_in ,Lake,laichigan.
A nnmher .o.f, bachelors, over
,thirty-fivo, were. drafted , in Providefictf.
On being laughedattfor.not -, being-uir."
fried,. ; and thereby escaping/ the' drart;' ,
thtlyznaticiously, - ,P4It- - de 7 ticttet:
- to aerve three years, thanlorlifetn
'or IL- , 'You , 41ish `filliiritl
-room in a railroad car,l6ii
to eat fried onions for dinner. You
won't be crowded -after such - a repast.
1 401 - 1)10 .IPmia'isms
'Via flietAiiit'iWieadqii''t , i „, T re ;
bellionlitiVe`acialally'epiPikee i ii
Inieeion Eas't , Tennessee't:o acearppapy.
tba'agents Of the'conseriiitien ` sod eif-
amine the women to 'asc ertain 4111241iiir
they ateinof men 'in dis guise.niee.
misstod slenlirbe'appointeil to 'ant oien
the . pan o'f such scoundrels and:air-,
amine their`ntraiii to' see whether they
hg.ify4ho forTg of thenitafide tut Welj;nti,
We hope that our folks , arilr soon tat
thousund-potinder , upoli Morris hsl'aQd.
'Flips, if they catch flumphrey.klarshalli.
they 'can set fire to hiabigcoat arid
hyeeche,s and shoot him intotoharleston;
so that the rebels who have such 'a
rsr of firs of Ancient Greece, may see
whether,..they like the fire of niodeirf
grease gay better. We ,don% think
they would' profit by' such a .change of
blazing "stinkpots:". • , .1
It is said that Edward :Lloyd ; a
Wealthy Welahman, well known on the
Lonthin stool: exchange, blew his brains
out in despair' at losses by the " ponfed
erate 'We don't belive a word of
it. If DirAloyd dabbled
,in the rebel
lOan; have shattered his pkall,
with pieLil:lsut he didn't glow
particle of brains. ,
A letter-writer denies thetlieneral
Roseeraris swears. Certainly flat
lant office'rnever swears profanely, but
we gtisi, that, when be knows a man tO,
be a "damned "seonfidrei,*heiWein't long
hesitate say sin:"
Let, tile 'Federal armies sriceaed in,
the battles now evidently pending, and
nothing will; be left of the rebellion lint
the - bleading, , tdra-out spider;legs of the
Storebeautiful tEal 11'
eoldfei. 5 r°"•°
lying' face forivard
field, grimedwithwA the I),ettle-,
with blbOd, "it, - P r and arneared;
.. r sacred cause
A rebel needn't be ashamed oficabil.4
ity to paylieldebts. What he calls •hii3s
"country" ,is, ,hopelessly insolvent, and
15 ' 1 14 7,lgrikk4s . , , .he to;be better off thari
his cs 9 ; :•);
Charles Lardbb"s dpitioiroTthe'Wittnr'
new nor iiiindertal,
for it• is as old as the deluge, when,"iii
my opinion , , it`killed more than It'eured:
A correspondent aske if there isn't a
relationship between us and John, Mor
On, • Only a rather distant one--he
stole a Virie of ours a few weeks ago,
It is suggested . ..that after Gen. Gil-
more's operations at 'Char!estop, it will
be we'll` io'aubititnte the Parrot in place
of the Eagle as the National Bird.
Money and, time .are life's heaviest:
kurilens the 1/ 1211 appiest of mortals are ,
those who, have more of either than they'
how to use. .
itriy on'a'no more thinks Of carry'
ing faith into ills . ount.kng-,,
bbnie'tlian of wearing a life-prolle i Tyez: "
Nyie.44,4ourisb,,iv.etyee . .s4ftet, , ,i
be not' discouraged. Perhaps they are``
fatted-for destruction,'-and yo'n ete
for>hiaalth.•' • • -' '
The ,liic,h l l": 92 d Pneiret . a
Mea ‘ de , , ass." sapposer it
A tlrrifty husband , nradlas , hifrisithenrr,
orrnritai his.icern , whila - the - ihriftp* 4
ekibs , or tradlesttbababies.= = •-; P 474".,
He~t'had hasno fAboa and 41. '" " '"
ig'6/e 'Of43 84/13PtY,1,,,.
iv vulgar; iriteour: titlents
powe s, - oitne'r ' •• • •O. ;t4.0)",
:Mere' bash !obits Witliditt: tiierit7.-vra
awkward'? and.'merit witlioitt-dodes t
• 1__1; .
(4111, 1 1Plitl monks •Itaqe,thetrAwaulati
EthilYesiz,b4, 4 99t MPRIOu'It. t!olano.wkalgoii
Jo,ha 4torgig ap,ll,,brstter. „.
iLifette a stwiewof surpriebeAlitliiiliiifir 7 I
not.be worth taking or keeping irft'')
were not.' •
"yip „ARA OA I.tprea• btit
figarqs „pr o fond., wooml do. 'attytitittgri
man is guilty of all the sifia
TM T Rhisi,y,,pclat isvdrunk generally ,
turns out to be a spew-rious article. ,
)lint 'tin only a questioo,pf,tirga...!.,t,,t
Senatop — havn - fadi age6yl*-ad3
( ifc:-VJ r.r
:pa, on- ge and post-age.,7k. It!.11
He is a strong man who can hold down.
his own opinion
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