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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 30 October 1872

Things a Farmer Should not Do. A farmer should never keep more cattle, horses, sheep or hogs than he can keep in good order; an animal in high order the first of December is already half win tered. The farmer should never be so immersed in politipal'matters as to forget to sow his wheat, dig his potatoes, and bank up his cellar; nor should he be so inattentive to theim as to remain ignorant of those great questions of national and state policy which will al ways agitate more or less a free people. A farmer should shun the doors of a bank as he would an approach of the plague or cholera. Bank are for men of speculation, and theirs is a business with which farmers should have little to do. A farmer should never be asham ed of his calling; we know that no man can be entirely indepen dent, yet the farmer should re member that if any one can be said to possess that enviable dis tinction, he is the man. No farner should allow the re proach of neglecting education to lie against himself or...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 November 1872

;dl.' YKY- r K vol 4414U WE I )N j~~~1 ,~ ~T Al(.)IT-N'-FN(G NO YT.] .1 ; IS~ N.45 THE NERALD IS PUBLISaH-;D 1:NE.Y WEDNESDAY MOlNING, At Newberry U. H., By Tls, F. & If , H. GiPonokor, EMitors and Proprietors. 77WARMS, $$ !J e1XeY ., Invnriably in Advance. V- 'iT -:r is stopperd it tile expiration of I Ime 'or Wich it is pml. -1 TIe l m:rk 41eilotei expiration of stib THE HEAVENLY SECRET. )oes Ihe dark ial somidless riker ': reich so wi<i' Tihe hoimewalni rollinlg tile Over nhli(e have Clo.sril Ourt 1ovd 1iAl al lozl, Tbatt (helr. 111seakil (.yeS 1111ty never1 See Whir still 'unid this coil an d mi.ery We hidle Is the re' ald of lth ir trisiio ll GIo:e at h:ir To this oillr livil" l,aull F Nearer tial "e riln.tI tCanl they Carech thle "Illm o1 mur, Sileks alnd hea- tile Words we speak? Aind see ourp devils?y And looking deeper. thanll Omte eyes n1II% seek, Our iseeids? Do they Inmigle in otr gitilnesi? Dothevy tieVe Vlen ways ofl got %we leave ? DO thle no%, eah thmu llhight...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 November 1872

2rpWgg*RF s. c. Wodunday, November 6,18Y. To New York Advertising Agents. Two-thirds of the propositions made u by advertising Agents at the .urth are on such low terms that it is impossible to entertain or accept them The character, too, of some of the adverti*emeuts are objectinable. As we are almost daily in receipt of some such propo,itions, and neither have the time or incliuation to answer and state reasons for not :,ecepting, we make the notice, that when no attention is paid to letters of this kind the gentlemen will ut:derstand that their fa vors are not appreciated, for one or the other of the followins! reasons : First, that -with one or two exceptions-we have been egregiously taken in in the past, and here after quarterly in advance payment must in variably accompany an order; and second, the adver:isement maqt be unexceptior:able, gift concerts., &c., wil! nct be published. if. An Introduction to Pitinan's Phonogra phy, by Wi. P. Jacobs, published at Clinton, S. C.,...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 November 1872

LOCAL. Ocn AGeNTS IN CHARLE.STON.-The ad vertsng agen: of Messrs. Wa!ker, Evans & Ca-weit. rLf)eprnted bvy ltoswell T . Logau, , ; ny ago:z-: :ency for this paper in Chqrieston. L)L-VAL P. '-Essa.s. Gurr: s & iiF1M-N- Newsp:por Afivertistu~ - No. 4 6.%uh -M.. timore, 3Ir.. are duly authorizei to contract for adverti4emeata at our Co;Lti::Ct rate. Ayver tenr in ti:.o Cit-: tm requtestetiL to leave their L vors witl this hone." lankets. 9:aws ) lrs, . and Clo:. cau b- 1.und at McFA I, & VC OU - OE. 9.41-tf. LosT, 00ot.::-v street, between the rest ience of \r. Barre and Dr. Mclntosh, on Friday, t!, . i- inst-, a Heav Go d iraeiet, tp citlly va!ul!e to the owner on uccount ofi:s soi.ions. Any cme findingq and dt-liverin-: tI.e aove at this ollice, will he iraily re Warded. 43-4t. A very fire selection of Woolens Piece Geods and Gcuts Fuahing Goods, can be found at Oct. 9, 41-tf. McFALL & P(K)AS. NOTICE. 1 will .el cheap for cash the 11OTEIr at Salada Old Town. For terms...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 6 November 1872

Farm. t rdeu aiMA"sehldt SuccEssPUL AGRIcuLTUR-Sue cessful farming is an experimental knowledge of ways of reinforcing the soil of properties on whieb crops are reared, when, in the parlance of a farmer, it is worn out. When old, exhausted fields are allowed to rest without dis turbance for a few years there is an ac(umulation of plant nutri ment. By and by it will bear a tolerable crop again. But no re liamve can be pieed on such slow recuperative efforts of natnre. Precisely under such a condition of land exhaustion the English cultivator exhibits the skill wbieb marks the vast advantage of scientific krowledge over mere ordinary experience, unaided by the light of such discoveries as enable us to raise two spears of trass where oilv one grew before. I - t he neighborhod of cities, and indeed wherever the soil has betn a very lIng waoie auier culture v this country. the science of ter tiliziig becomes a question of in terest. Weere the land is new, either recently cleared of a f.r...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 November 1872

E-4 B'31 R-, 1" Vol. VIII. WEN}4 v MONIG -NOVISE 10 ISXjo THEHERALD IS PUBLISnED EVERY WEDNESDAY M011NING, it Newberry C. 11., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Trasl,%0 PIKS dex, Invariably in Advauce. Z Th4 paper is stopped at the expiration of time for w1ich it is paid. 7' The M mark denotes expiration of sub scriptiou. A PRAYER. Oh, my Father! Take we, Make ue Pure and holy, all thine own, May each cbanging moment find me At thr footstool, \ear thy throne ! Oh, my Saviir! Cleanse me, Fill me With thy precious love divine, May no edrthly idol lure me From that sacred Cross of thine, Holy Spirit! Woo me, Draw me By thy gentle cords of love, Guide me, guard me, safely lead me To my heavenly Home above! The Best Wife in the World. - :0: "The best little wife in the world!" said Herbert Ainscourt. 'Of course-I dare say," re sponded Mr. Porteross. " But what's your exact idea of the best wife in tbe world! Jones says he's got the best wife in the world, becaus...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 November 1872

Wednesday, November 13, 18ff. The majority of H. L McGowan. Eaq., (for Solicitor of 7th Circuit.) over his opponent in the Counties of Laurens, Union and Spartanburg aggregp ted 1242, but the majority against him in New berry, of 1341 (Radical) was not to be overcome. Right and Proper. Greenville is to have an Agriculturil and Mechanical Association. This is right, every County should have such a Society. The times demand it, and only those people who are asleep as to one of their best interests overl-;ok the necesi ty. If there be a reader of the Herald who is not yet in possession of the inehm choly fact, we take a nournful pleasure in stating for his information that Mr. Greeley has been overwhelmingly btate? by Grant, and that the figures are enor nious, but not enough to scare uncle Horace, who goes back to his farm and paper like a true philo,opher. Ander-n County Fair. We lewn fro:n the ltelligencer that the late Annua! Fair of the Farmers' ar.d Mechanics' Society of Anderson...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 November 1872

LOCAL. Oc AGENTS IN CIIA.LESTON.-The ad vertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & (,og-well, represented by R'oswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. "Mssas. GaFri & HoppMAN. Newspaper Advertising Agents, No. 4 South St., Bal timore. Md.. are duly authorized to contract for advertisements at our contract rate-. Adver tisers in that City are requested to leave their la vors with thishose." LosT, on Boundary street, between the r,sidence of Mr. Barre and Dr. McIntosh, on Friday, the 18th inst-, a Heavy Gold Bracelet, especially valuable to the owner on accotint of its associations. Any one finding and; delivering the above at this office, will be liberally re warded. 43-4t. A very fine selection of Woolens Piece Goods and Geuts Furui,hiug Goods. can be found at Oct. 9, 41-tf. MC F ALL & POOL'S. NoTcE. I will sell cheap for cash the HOTEL at Saluda Old Town. For terms apply to J. W. Miller, at Ncwherry, S. C. Oct. 30, 44-2m. J. C...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 13 November 1872

arm --al'n ?f 1le10 S.,. th .Ge' , Rye. EDITroSoC'1711tN CULT.VATOR. We, as a people, are inclined to run after something new, without fully appreciating, and utilizing what we already possess ; and are di.posei to o%viiook matters ot minor for those of greater import; when all should be attended to. This is especi:tlly applicable to rye. All the resources at our com mand should be vigorously used for purposes of comfort, com-) nienc- and rectiperat ion. In i--1 ing affer the smaller items, we propose saying a few things in be half of this niAch ne,-leeted -rv and firage plant. .1ntioh htis beii s:tl and writh-o iu ilvor of' various gra-. s:-1; as Lucerne. Clover. Mlet, &. when we have in rye. the fiesi phl flr winter pa;rIge-:-e-g hardv anld of vigorO gr- th, p)osse'ssinig t his ad's an:t!age. tiha it does not req,jire XviNery rich ]a[-: I its prodIuction, a is ften he IS I -l wvith the others. Anythling tiht requires that the land he made rich as the stable can make it be fore...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 November 1872

-,I- T__ I THEHERALD I5 PUEILIsH EI' EVERY WEDNESDAY SOR'NING, At Newierry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, ILitors and Proirie:ors. .1ivrribl4y in Advar.ce. r- r,io paper ir stop; ed :4ti: expiration ol t ime -ur which it is puitd. O' The o, :aa:-! de:ot,s xpiration of sub s::ription. For the Herald. The " Pewter."-ny si-LV:t SPOON -Joh,:"ne wil not! tell whicil John---seuds us thle followivg squib with the request that we put it in tie He,rald: i love a iss (. I swvar I do. She's Iovely sibu's irh; - her eyes are of the so!ft.:st bhlt, And the:1 she is 0 %'1; Sie -ings c verv sweetly, O::e canuot liep but love her; cTh. only fau!t she has on earth Is-she !iasn't got tile pe%wter. Iused to Court a gal. Her r:2mc was Mary K.. I wrote her ionnets twice a week. And sa:g theni every day. I inn nberd of all her beaux. And wa tle favor'd saitor, Till I feud out from one who knew She-didn't have the pewter. There was-IBrtie-fron the country A buxom. wL_-ome hiAe. Full of frolic, f...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 November 1872

Wednesday, November 20, 18-. To New York Advertising Agents. Two-thirds of the propositions made a-; by advertising Agents at the North are on such low terms that it is impossible to'enterrain or accept them The charac:er, too, of some of the udverti:,ements are objectionable. As we are almost daily in receipt of some such propo-i:ions, and neither have the time or inclination to answer and state reasons for not i ecepting, we make the notic-, that when no attention is paid to letters of this kind, the gentlemen will understand that their fa vors are not appreciated, for one or the other of the followina reasons : First, that -with one or two exception,-we have been egregiously taken in in the past, and here after quarterly in advance payment must in variably accompany an order: and second, zhe advertisement must be unexceptionable, gift concer:s, &c., will nct be published. tf. Dickens' Best Thoughts. We acknowledge receipt of the 3d and 5th nos. of this acceptable book,from th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 November 1872

LOCA L. Our AG%NTS IN CARLESTON.-The ad v':rtising agency of Mes,r.. Waker, Evans & Co,r.weli, represented b 1mvell T Logan, E.q , is the only nauhorizl agency for this paper in Charleston. "Ms-RS. (RFFIN & 11oFFMAN. Newspaper Advensi Ageuts. No. 4 Svuth St.. Mkd timore. Mu.,re duIe aut;,i.z dul to contriact for ad vero-eines at our uentract rate. A(vr tis(rz in that City are requested t. kave th"r ta vo:-s with thhouse." A very fine selection of Wcolens Piece Goods an:t: G e!.% Furtiding Goods, can be foui,d at Oct. 9. 41-tf. 3fc-FALL & POOL'S. NoTie?:. I wil rel chep for ea,h the 110 rEL at Saldua Old rown. For terms app!y to J. W. Miller, at Ne % berry, S. C. Oe:. 30, 41-2m1. J. C. TAYLOR. A full line of Drts Gouds, of all kinds and pr:. can be r1uniud at i)tj. 41-tf. McFALL & Po's. ]R3intMJ:.-Le ter- (f A ji:istrtinn iluO':gh It Ou'te U!!!'- w.ill :14 beu inet ted hereal,er if n( paid 4'r in advanc. Legal notices, of all other kinds, to in su-e publti*tio:i mns: ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 20 November 1872

Farm, Garden and Household. What to Sow and how to Grow Crops for soiling Cat tle. Mr. George E. Waring, the ex cellent manager of Ogden Farm, at Newport, R. I., lays down the following programme for a herd of twelve cows: 1. Early the previous autumn, sow three acres of winter rye, to cut the next spring from May 15 to June 15. 2. Early in April, sow two acres in oats, to be cut from June 12 to July 1. 3. Late in April, sow two acres in oats or barley, to be cut from July 1 to July 15. 4. Early in May, sow two acres of oats or barley, to be cut from July 15 to August 10. 5. Middle of May sow two acres of oats or barley, to be cut from August 19 to September 1. G. Middle of Juna re-vlant No. 1 with corn, which is to be cut from September 1, to September 20. 7. Early in July re-s,)w plot No. 2 with ibArley, to be cut from Sep temb er 20 until roots and cabbages come in, which is usual!v October 1 to 15. S. In September three acres of' plots 4 and 5 are to besown in witer rye0 fr the ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 November 1872

Vol. VII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEBMER 271, 1872.0o 8 THE HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. R., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advance. TP' The paper is stopped at the expiration of time for which it is paid. Z- The M mark denotes expiration of sub scription. AUTUMN LEAVES. Oh, Autumn Leaves! My spirit grieves That you soon should fade, The beauty bright That charms our sight Ou the earth's cold breast he laid. Oh, leaves so fair! Your colors rare A sweeter mem'ry bring, Than all the flowers Of summer hours. Or all the buds of Spring. Your haughty pride Could not abide The Summer's changeless green, But you must wear Those garments rare Like mantles of a queen. You rob the skies Of sunset dyes And morning's crimson flush; And then by day Your trophies gay Bedeck each tree and bush. But by-and-by The wrathful sky Will lay your beauty low, And o'er your forms December storms Sweep wide the drifting snow. Then praise be...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 November 1872

Wadnesday, November 2, 1872, The Attorey-eenral in relation to CountY Ta. The opinion of Attorney-General Cham berlain on the power of County Coinmis sioners to levy Taxes for lIighway pur po,es, is that they are limited to three mills, inclusive of highway tax, in all the counties except Fairfield, in which coun ty the linit is one and a baif mills. ,udge Melton's Injunction. The order of Judge Mvlton, made on the 14th, which will be found on our first page, having been duly served, has been made absalute, and the State Trea sarer, and his co-defendents,the County Treasurers of the State, are therefore en joined and restrained as in the aforesaid order, and until ftirther order be made, from using, disbursing, or in any man ner disposing of the proceeds of the tax, authorized to be levied by the joint res olution of the General Aqsemb-ly, ap proved March 13, 1872. And further the itij-inction to re9train the collection of taxes until further order be made, has also been made absolu...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 November 1872

LOCAL. A ver. fEe re:ectioi or wk;olenz Pece Goods ail Gei turnihig (1<a. can be found at C,. 9. i-t. 'cFA L. & 1QOL'S. will -ell cheap for cah the HOTEL at Saluda O0d Town. For terms app;y toJ. W. Miller, at N be berry, S. C. Oct. 30, 44-2!n. J. C. TAYLOR. A :a! ltine of Dress Goods, of all kinds and prices. can be fouad at oct-9. 41-tf McFALL & POOL'S. McFALL & POOL are Agents for Ward's Celeb>rated Fatting Shirts. Measures taken, and a fit guaranteed, at New York prices, with Fxpress added. 46-tf. Frcsh arrival of nice Lace Collars, Under $leeves. &c., at McFALL & POOL'S. dlo-tf. A beautiful line of Salem J.:ans, Satinets and Cassimeres, can be found at 46-tf McFALL & POOL'S. We learn ttat Sheriff J. J. Carrington has received his commission. Look for Ian s and stock for sale and lands for rent, on this page. WOOD YARD.-How would a wood yar: pay some eaterprising person? Some be lieve that it would. Would it do to try? We shall try to answer the quer...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 27 November 1872

Farm, Garden and Household. A Few Sheep on the Farm. The*relative profit is much great er from a small flock than a large one.-The grain farmer, no mat ter how few his acres, can make money by keeping a few sheep. There is always room for them somewhere, and they consume and turn into money food th-t other. wise would waste. But he must be careful not to overstock. To illustrate: suppose the farmer cultivate only eight acres, rais ing grain chiefly.-He keeps a few cows and the necessary teams. One fifth of his farm is pasture, one fifth meadow; one planted, one spring grain, and one wheat. He thinks he has as much stock as he can profitably keep, but if he puts on one sheep to every five Wres, he will find their products clear gain. In the spring, early, they can run on the sod which is to be planted, and one sheep to each acre will not hurt the land, yet they will live well. After that they can go into the pasture, and will glean after the cows to advantage. A run on the stubbles a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 December 1872

Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNIN1, .DECEMBER 4, 1872. T HE HERALD IS PUIL1SHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORINING, At Newberry U. H., By Thu0, F, & 11, H, Gronokol0, Edltors and Proprietors. ern '.WS, 801 PONa -VINT01. ltvariably in Advance. T7 1hw aper Is stopped at the expiration ol t ie for wichN1 it Is paid. (q7" Tile X mark denotei expiration of sub VERY LONG AGO. .istieii.ng in the twilight Very long ago, To :a i eet Voice singing Vei y solt ai low, ias'l i QoIg oi puil, And a ladyv bri-ght Sravedti-'om (il:adly (lnger By a gallant knight ? Or song of battle, AmiL flying foe ? I Ivve quito forgot ten, 'Twns so long ago. Memnory, tinfaithful,$ Ias n1ot kept, the s1rain, Icarid olce ill thle twilight, Never heicri again. Searcely coie i Imonlent Where ll-h song is Not, Less lhanl hall' remembered, .tore hwn half 'orgot, All I can be sure ot' ,;I. that lonig ago, Some onle s:l" ilt twili"ht, VerY soft and low. OUR M IK ..'A". fly MRS. M1. KIDUER. M 1 otiel' had some law to sOL. tie, Con Ile...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 December 1872

Wednesday, December 4, 18g. To New York Advertising Agents. Two-thirds of the propositions made us by advertising Agents at the North are on such low terms that it is impossible to entertain cr accept them The character, too, of some of the adverti6emews are objectionable. As we are almost daily in receipt of some such propositions, and neither have the time or inclina,ion to answer and state reasons for not zecepting, we make the notice, that when no attention is paid to letters of this kind, the gentlemen will understand that their fa vors are not appreciated, for one or the other ot the following reasons : First, that -with one or two exceptions-we have been egregiously taken in in the past, and here after quarterly in advance payment must in variably accompany an order; and second, the advertisement must be unexceptionable, gift concerts, &c., will not be published. tf. Vick's Floral Guide. Unce more are we indebted to Mr. Jas. Vick, the great Rochester Florist, for a copy o...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 4 December 1872

LOC AL. Oit AGENTS IN CHArLET0N.-The ad vertising agency of Messrs. WaIker, Evans & Cogweil, represented by 1Ioswell T. Logan, Esq., is the only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. "3Ises. arri &iloy.t ax,New.spapel Advertismg Agents. No. 4 South St., ial timore. 31(., aeI dulV Uuthorized to contrac1 for advertiemnent at o'-contract rates. Adver, tizers in thut City are requested to kauve their la vors with thishouse." A very fiue selection of Woolens Piece Good, ad Gets -'urnihing Goods. can be fourd at Oct. 9. 41-tf. McFALL POOL'S. I w ill sell cheap for cash the 110 rEL at Saluda Old Town. For terms apply to J. W. Milier, at Newberry, S. C. Oct. 30, 44-2m. J. C. TAYLOR. A fall line of Dress Goods, of all kiuds and prices, can be foUad at Oct-9. 41-tf McFALL & POOL'S. McF.LL & POOL are Agents for Ward's Celebrated Fitting Shirts. Measures taken, and a fit guaranteed, at New York prices, with Express added. 46-tf. Fresh arrival of nice Lace Collars, Unde...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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