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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 March 1887

a j. , 44rJ j * r .(4. " - _j.4*J . . u. . .. is . VOL,YVI i'('KES, . C, TII'151)1Y, ARC 24 t - - _ - -- - 911 EA1' M0NEv' Til.R IEATEST NEED 1 0Ot'lt FAltM1191ts. Itoacly Capital Met he Engaged lu tie liusinotes to lteach Sueeo-es--Tho Lien Sys ioni an5c Exporaaive loains Von't Answer --Views of a Planter. The following article on the subject of cotton planting, from the pen of a Wateree planter, appeared in the Coluni bia Register: "What man is there, if you ask for bread will give you a stone; if you ask for a fish, give you. a serpent?" When the early Virginia colonists ap plied to the authorities at home for some consideration in the matter of churehes and sohools, suggesting the benefit it would be to their souls, the reply of the profane regency that governed the Vir ginia planters was: "Damn your souls, plant tobacco." Chango tobacco for cotton and you havo much the same re ply practically given to the poor ievi' who is trying to make an honest living by cultivating the kind...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 March 1887

5M, UN4i*ws. Go., Proprietors. C. ti.. S. C., r yi' ( " t 4 i MABCH 24, 1887. ptlori $1.5Operannum ^' . In advance; six months, 75c. A tertienents inserted at one dollni squareof one Inch orless for the first asertion and fifty cents for each subsequ en' tisertion. Liberal discount made to srbants and ntherq advertising for six mowTntbs or by the year. )uitnary N(ttes exceeding five lires. - Tributes of Respect, Communiwtiatons of apcrsonalcharacter, when admissable wil be charged for as advertisemeSs. The many friends of Ex-Governor fugh 8. Thompson will be highly f pleased, but not surprised, to learn that he has become most efficient in Washington as assistant secretary of tbe treasury. Upon his retirement Secretary Mn ding said there was rn" treasury r ' 4at like to be in history as the peace .u hero who presided over the golden age. Rev. Henry Ward Biecher ha i an entirely uew fashioned funeral. Ac eording to his expressed desire, there was nothing present to indicate a fu net ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 March 1887

L. 1" . Mene i OtleseOle neat< xIs Ia b $tle- dull nbw In Wash The ort ontributed eight n.mui. t bi anUsry. Oth16er Ca .y, jeweler, of Hart w., , c, WaM in town last week. ,. beiss of cotton passed through to wn b week to market. of Easley informs us that all.1 o paes In that section are killed. M r .ans L. 0. Thompson returned "m his rip to Asheville last Thursday. . B. Burdine has gone to Atlanta w days. i Seneral opinion now seems to be ty.~ o Ie guano will be used thls year -r' ghs mills are doing a good us- . ~ ider the management of Mr. 3. E. -'. F. Bobinson and wife, of Da '. e, went to Atlanta last week. They 4 f "Ieent several days. T;, :t;body in Anderson county isat t their repective oalings and the don question. - Carrie MAMakin made a short Spartanburg last Thursday, re " on the following Monday. V. B. Algood has been drawn as 4 iuror for the spring term of the States court at Charleston. . 1.0. Griffin has planted about . res in corn. He says this crop : d cotton ne...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 March 1887

Dedhan conslth 4f soven cars and tg gige car, under cLaroeof Conductor ginb tRY1 t rs-wb bycv' eaTy, but live others fell throu h the brio the road beneath, a distane of 80 feet, 'lhe last car, which was the smoker, turned completely over and struck on top of the others, all being crushed almost out of shape. 'I he caUSe ?f the accident is said to have been the. breaking of the bridge. It is stated that the bridge is a cotupatatively new one, and that the accldent was caused by a truck of one of the cars giving away. causing the car to strike against the abut ment of the bridge. 'lhe smoking car after it fell caught. fire. but. the fire department wals promptly on hlaind and prevented any sprcad of the Ihles. The bodies of the dead have all been remuoved, and of the wounded some are at hospitals and sonic have been taken home. The latest estimate of the casualties is ;>Z killed and about r 0 wounded. h'Itat the horrors of fire Were not added to the terrible disaster was due to th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 March 1887

4I rr y -' VOL. XVL IIk Ns . U., T'i t RSDAY, MARC1 1887. COMMERCAL FElTIl1ZEIts. How F'arThoy are I'roltal,le to Farmers--I (iood Article on an tumi,ortaut Subject. ("rom tIte Soutliera Cultivator It is (quite common to hear complaini of the worthlessness of a large propor tion of the coiumercial fertilizers sold t farmers. That some of these complaini are well founded thero is little doubi That many more are unreasonable an unjust is quito probable. M.ny farme ineist that the fertilizers of late years ar not so good as those of ten or twelv years or more back. Let us look mt the matter a little. The averago farmer judges of th, merits or quality of a fertilzer by th efTcts of the satme on the crop to wie. it was applied. Indeed, this is the onl, way he can safely dotormino whether fertilizer has returned a fair percentag on the iuvestment. But how often is i true that the crop grows ol nicely an everything appears to proitise a goot yield, and at last some casualty o drought, or w...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 March 1887

*. - - ~, '4 r . , O,OS & 6., Propretors. _ PCr&NE1?B0I.,. . I. THUR;DAY, ntARJrH s1, 18b7. t For Aubscriptintl, $1.i('ru9rum,/ Ktrirtly in audvat 'e: f" r six mn:n thx, 75e. .Adlver'tist'mnents i':s('rt(" t. atole diolhbu persquare of on( 0h11 or lss for the first Insertion a lifty (('its Ir eah subse(u- 1 eit ilsertion. 14iberal (lise 'unt mil to tn'rrl'its an( <tl il( hers 9'dvertiscz for six montls or b y te yer. ] Ubttuary N9tice's ^x(+t( int flveliin'1(, f a oe i W l ('1 h r :t (t r , w l ei n I II n iis s a l et ( wil1 lwliarge-l for as advr'tis('ts I. Another Factory. The mills are still c.nn'g to the cotton, notwith tandin. the repeal of the law exempting f:ctiri' frol' taxation ten y"rs. By I: vil the factories in the Sout.h, enough is saved in freights i)to ma(ke t goo:d dividened on inlVeStme!t. In a fow more ye1rs we w ill (joy a1 hoolm thllt will surpass (ll its predce('ssor; The Laurens correspund1ent of the Angus ta CJhroniwle Fa s: "'A S(.heme( hios bon s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 March 1887

: ~ ' t,iree aaespervaor o fzU ieie Township ame9F. enarieks aes a goon4 in ' health that ts now about 2i year d. S lie is still progressing. Th< hou re to be numliered, and th< stree to have their names printed or the ers. : Js Looper killed five crows al ph e shot last wee1rk The crows will bore fter find other llelta as they hear tha Mr. Looper in a regular crow oxtermina o . e are infortned that thero were nighi dogsItilled at Capt. Grady's and in hit neighborhood, instead of five, as was re PWebed, Tho )W gets bettor as we hoer nore-of it. A - onetlimes persons are heard con plaininig of the timo prices of merchants. This reminds us that it has been severe months since we have sen a merehaz "tupting up any one to sell him goods on Atne. Mr. James L. Boggs, a son of Aarot 3oggs, who left this country before th var, is at Lenoirs, Tenn. He writes tim " is parents are still in the enjoyment o 'ood health. The building in which the auditor esurer and school commissioner, havc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 31 March 1887

nf e ' oo d oh a - yea? 'g, an'h, 0cemony which ok 0 at Rome last aerO notble ernto M the religious history of thf ooutty The new oardinal, an adopted son'of the South, possesses, to the lghest ' degree, the rspeot and esteem of all seots, and the brief do soription'now given of the proceedings of the Consistory at which tie red hat was bestowed upon him will prove inter esting. The ceremonial was held in the main hall of the Vatican in front of the Papal Throne. '[n semi-circular form around this was arranged the chairs for the Cardinals, presenting a scene picturesque in the extreme. The auditory was thronged with a favored assembly, ad nitted by cards, and made up of the most noted people in the Holy City. The Pope, clad in white, with a face beaming with benevolence, gave much strength to the Church's claim of the Vicarship in its-spiritual head. Before the Consistory opened, tho oath was ad ministered to seven Cardinals, conspicu ous among whom was Cardinal Gibbons. Then the do...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 April 1887

- - t PICKENS, S. C., TilURSDAY, A PRIL 7, 1887. NO. 28. "THE SINS O THlE SENATE." (A 'TA 1.N 'IlIiL.lAN'S R1:JOI N111 Tt SEN.iTOR YO IIMASNS. A i)I-eussioU of Heveral Mt teir,, Ihat IlIave Iloent Consilderedl In tho. I)iIreniit Fat m (From the No's ani Courir Your weeldy of tho 1tth brings inc Col. Youmaus's rejoinder to my last article. It is funny to see how ho "abouts faco" ani flounders from one irrelovent statement to another, how ho dodges the it.sue, how much ''inky fluid" ho wastes on "euttlu-fish" logic. I congratulate him, however, upon having risen to a higher plane than mere personal abuse, and in trying to defend his position by something besidcs ''mart" retorts and school-boy wit., lie still continues to make misstatements, but I attribute this purely to those who loaded him. HIe sloot what they put in his gun withouL knowing whetheLr it is lead or dough--truth or falo hood. First, lie says: "Capt. 'T'ilhtnan raised the cry of catch thief against the )resent board of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 April 1887

J. E UO(O:4, Editor. J. IC. B00GS & Co., Proprietors. P EENENS 0. H. , S. C. THUBSDAY, APRIL 7, 1887. For Subsoription J1.1W per rannum strictly in advance; for six mouths, 715c. Advertisements inscrtect atone dollmv persquareofone inch or less for the firs; insertion and fifty cents for each subsequ ent Insertion. Liberal discount maade to Il warehants and others advertiung for six months or by the year. "- bituary 1Sotlees exceed ing five lInes, Tributes of Itespect, CommunLet ion:s ' ersoji lcharacter, when admissable will b c arged for as advertisemets. Our Bailroad. Some of our readers may think that we owe them an apology, for making any encouraging remarks on this enterprise, but we are so hopeful of its success, that we are afraid not to give it a showing when the oppor tunity"offers. As long as it has a ghost of a chanico for "success, it is the duty of every one who l)elipvesa railroad would be any advantage to the progress of the country, to aid it in every way pcSsib...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 April 1887

Ii Next Sabbath is utter, The lissards 'had bet-tet go Iarther euth. The building boom in Central Ia stil ooming. Mr. A. P. Rilifool did not- meRn tc "ake you mad, It is is said that all the peaches wore 'ever killed in March. }pring must have become tired hold. g winter on her lap. Don't kill the 'biraa, 'th pretty birds " t at sing about the doo'. The March inds have lullo, ahd this 'not to be a gyclone year. Early garden :plantn sffe'red mioh om the cold snap luat week. R w. T. F.: y v.' pteached an interest 'g sermOn at :9cona last Sabbath. Mrs. C. P. Barrett, of Spnrtanhurg, is iting rc'lativeo and friends in Piokone. Sinc we come to think about it, ap te pies are better than peach pies any It von "+ to enjoy a thororigh musi 1 treat go to the Institute hall Friday iight. ' llewmer the Stookholders' meeting the Clerk's offie, Thursday at 12 Europe war cloud bi prssed, bacon Iw gone down a few . Mrs. James P. Cary is viniting her - iother-in-law Mrs. Martha Cary, on .eow?o. Tria...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 April 1887

RIkUNTING. CROUS ,SPOTS IN TH. WEST. B2'. . ruco Weston's Tkr ng .zperlene In 4ttempting to C.pture a Cub Alive. Bruce Weston, an old-time Arkansas bunter, followed hi, dogs once on a panther's trail, and cane up with them where they had treed the game in a big oak tree. The foliage was so thick and thcshadois so deep in the timber that it was some time before Weston discov cred the panther. It lay between two branches forty feet from the ground, and clung so closely to the boughs that I none but the practiccd eye of the hunter would have detected its presence. Wes ton at once recognized in the crouching figure a panther's cub, and was on the point of sending a riule ball through its body when he remembered an offer of twenty dollars that some one in the settlement hInd made for a live pant her, and e 1i.oIve( to capture this one and 'ffrc the twenty dollars. Taking his in'so frot his ponY's saddce, and. with Ii is long knife in his belt for use in an emergency, he climbed the t ice...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 April 1887

. . "' ib. . v r.. eS rl r Vo1 XVI. I'LUKES , PICKEN, 8 . U., IIUtRSD)AY, APRIL1,.8.N.2 TIMELY 'I'OICS FiR FAI MERS. HOW ''O 1DO1 PAYING WVOI{Ij A'i' 'T'Ii'I Suggostions of .1ntuer'eht from a in Antl ri tattve Stiuru,,. (W. L. Jo e; in thtS uthe ('u:tivt n.) The farmer's campaign is now fairly begun. His plans have lwo ero this fully mature(1. '1o execento them is now the matter of supreme importateu. How often failure coies just at this point! Men who can toll you just how a thing should be done frequently lack the c.tpacity to do it themselves or have others do it under their direction. The thing called ''executive po er," how far-reachiag and iraportaut in every avocation! How indi:pens;t1bl to the farmer! Ho must inautage labozers, stock, machines, manures, t,oi, erops 01 various kinds; lie miet 1?ghtt cold, heat, storms, rains, hoods, drougit, insects, blights, rusts, niildews and Ildasts. A great many distinct things mu;, ho made to work together for a givin e''d. J lou", mult...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 April 1887

. E. BOO S % Co., Proprietors. r ZEQ E 2B C: ., S. 0. THUBSDAY, APR1L 14, 187. or Sub erptloin $1.50 peranniun strictily inwadyance;?orsix months, 7Je. 'AdverAselnn t linsertedi at o ltat ersqUre of one inch or less for the first. aertion tud fifty eonts f< r each sutwequ "nt 1inlertion. Yibernl tiscoul:t malet to Trhants tUi1 thrs aivertisug for six months or by the year. : b'. ituary Ntitees e0xee'dnlin five lines. Tributes of Respe'ct, Commtunietttions of a persoia) charnct.vr, when tilissalIe wl'il becha ed f>r at w'ivertiscmets. The ( ar'ohinra, O'hmtbIirnnd Gap & Chicago iilronltd. Below, we cheerfully give the Press and Banner a showing in reply to the' 'riticisis of the SENTINEL on t.hosei ugly rumors the Press and Banner published about the Railroad. If we bad stated precisely what was inten ded the Press and Banner would nut bave made any reoly at all. We should have said "the subscription of n mne of the t.>wns or t' wiships is va tei unconditi nntly.'' Everv...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 April 1887

Fddley is about to aenlare war against doge. Fortune seldoma supplies the plaoo of merit and applioation. Mr. W. 8. Brown and Dr. U. F. Di " -ver, of Anderson, were in town last week on professional business. Mr. B. G. Trotter was before Commis -iQor Thornley last Fridry on a eha rge of distilling. Ho was bound over for trial. The conviets sentenoed to the county Jail atthe recent term of court at Green yule, will be required to work on the f streets. Mr. R. J. Kirksey, a 4ew days ago picked up from a gully, a conuterfeit Mexiean dollar, made of pewter, dated 1804. Be sure for a trip to Charleston. The railroad will give reduced rates to those wishing to attend the unveiling of the a,. Calhoun Monnunent. Miss Helm McMakin, one of Spar. taniburg's most beautiful and eharming daug6ters, is visiting her sistors, Misses earrie and Lillie. Central town election resulted as fol 7owe:-H. D. Rowland, Intendant; T.. .J. Werner, J. N. Hopkins, T. L. Wat kins and W. B. Gaines, Wardenls. The Pi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 April 1887

IWPresenatives ofta Peratptedl Race WVLi Are Rated and Hunted by the People. When a Rusian sees three men with gaunt faces long priestly coats dangling at thec h and a look of hair hanging over each ear, he says, "More govern ment spies." These Polish Jews should not be confounded with the thrifty Jews of America. They are another class of people. Their features, their manners, the cut of their hair, and the fashion of their clothing are diflorent from what one is accustomed to see in Now York. The number of blondes among them is surprisingly large. They seldom travel alone, but in companies roam the plains of Russia and Poland, over talking, ever restless; watched, feared and hated; and they in turn ever watehing, ever hating, are never afraid, yet distrust ever lurks in their finely chiseled faces, The genoral opinion expressed by the ,Russians is that while Polish Jews arc bpies by nature, they have remarkable * /gifts for business, and that when one of them is so fortunate as to...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 April 1887

t q ryA- L ' r1?Y I LT "_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ VOl1. X VI, P I ENVS, S (J. ,frJIUSA API 21s87.N. W TImi U1ul.1Atai UJ w)l't. Reports Matdo to te 1e)tim(t ineit of Agil culture by i(K Sp ecil ('urr mii )r tlenlt. The Stato T)patrucnt of Agricltnre has received and tsbulated the April 1st reports of its speCal correploudents. Thoso rturns cover every county in the Stato tnd over ono-ludf the towuslips. Ali1:A IN wHEAT AN1) OATS. Estimates balsed upon these reports shoW that tho arca in wheat has been in creased three per cent, over the area of 1886. The condition is reported at 4 per cent. bettor than at the samo time last 3ear, but 5 per cent. below an aver ago crop. The area iti oats ShOWS a de creaso of 5 p.r cent. below last year. Condition 2 per ceut. better than in 1886, but 11 per ceut. below an averl c. It is estiatsed tlat 4' per cent. of the oat crop was sown in the fail, and seven ty four of the corresponldcits repr" I tlthe early sowing in better coullhit.iuon thi(n that sown...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 April 1887

;k. .. r _ .B. BOOGS & o., Proprietors. PIOUN T C. a., S. 0. THUlRSDAY, APRIL 21, 1847. Plekens County. From a letter published in this is sue, it seems necessary that we should occasionally set fojth- the adventa ges of our ou y. The o ' ate n the Piedmont l'elt -isahnost s gob:l, if not a little better than'' it had been made to order. The winters are comparitively mild, anything like a hard freeze seldom lasting above seven days, and these do not come more than three times in one winter. The fertile soil of the county is well adapted to raising wheat, corn, oats, rye, barley, clover, potatoes of all kinds, and no better grade of short staple cotton is over put on the mar ket than that from this county. Al kinds of apple, peaches, cherries, pears, apricots, quinces, figs and grapes are grown with success. The water almost without excep tion is pure, cold, and good, none of it from theesprings' and wells can be made more palatable by being- iced. The Saluda. on the east and the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 April 1887

toe tfp ab,oul rhe e4wqta Qhsyprng. )LiDora Polger, of Easlby, la visit ng rslatie ln Piokens. Miss Carle Oalhoun is said to be quito ilI at her home ia Due West. Mr. 3. H. Brown and wife, of Liber t.. were in town last Saturday. IQfreshing showers fell in some por tions of the county last Friday. The Barnwell Sentinel says the Indi S ansa Ohomioal Company is a fraud. The bridge over Twelve Mile River on the new Pumpkinto wn road is now ready for travel Mr. Willis Grant, of Eastatoo town ship is seriously ill, having an attack of paralyeis. B9v. W. G. Neville in a commisioner to the General Assembly from Bethel Presbytery. There has been more forestlandn burn ed off this spring thau ever before in this county. Tf a mAn asks a citizen of Central to come to the Cantata, somebody thinks it's a big joke. The frost will be apt to chill the ten der cotton plant whioh shows itself this 'woek or next. Miss Ester Chapman is making rapid I progress as a pupil in the Willianaton 1"emale Colleg...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 April 1887

Vartou. 001 0bY' (bok WIU be published on "n o*irdfnolal fund noweamouuts Gd>Peteor Ufi of New York has vetoed the h1gh-fienee bill. A Ptkie are in Dakota destroyed $100,. 000 Worth of property. A Bordentown, N. J., the city election resulted in favor of the Democrats. Paul Boynton is going to star with Bar num, with his little paddle and rubber suit. The tailors employed by three firms in Chicago are on the street. I)r. McGlynn has started on a lecturing tour throughout the country. -For the first time in Paris since 1'8 Eastor Monday was kept as a close holiday. Harriet Bcecher Stowe will not go to Florida as reported. ,r'3vhn'C. Eno is known in Montreal as the king of American boodlers. *- f Only a very few hairs still sadly linger on - ^c~ the Prince of Wales' bare-footed head. Sain Small has gone to Florida to recruit his health for the next evangelizing season. A large niass mleetlag of citizens was held in Savannah to condemn the coercion bill. 'The whale thinks itself a b...

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