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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 March 1877

. arried in the Dar. 4out twenty yars -ago there liveil in Central Michigan a curions old behedict fttid DddVoth. At the age of fifty he married a girl of 1tht, nfd when the burden of sixty fybis bore him down his wife was on half his pge, Dodsworth was noted f. r his peculiarities, but the eli* max came wIen he found himself on his dying bod. IIe was worth about $30,000, arid he hadn't a blood re lativ I.iving so far as b knew., le walifed to Jdavo his prope,rty to his wife, As the pair' Jid lived very hap. pily,,but yet lie cou14 nA leave it without disllaying 3ome of his pecu liarities in the piovfisioiis ot the will. 8oire old men di6blay a mcan spirit when makiAng their wills, and draft in a provision cutting the w.fe -off with a shilling-if she mor,ies pgain. The old man wasn't of that stamp. His young wife was good looking, vivacious and fond if society and, it was folly to suppose she woau rourij for her "late departed" any great length of timO. Thefore Mr. Dods, worth turne...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 March 1877

Tmp~mi .bv .Ti. - 1 STSI .0 qA o T I t - - -71 I n v ~ IK N eo T:l 6 4r ptt. THfE -SENTINEL :'* PUBLISHED ZVYI TUURDAY. V : BY D. - 3EADlY & CO. 'er4m. of ubseription. One Yea . 5160 qU.. Months . . , 76 .. Advertising Rates. A4tertiseinents iserted at the rate of $1 00 0.r tua4;, f (9) nIne lines, oR 1.9s, for the ftillusertion, and 60 oents for each subse 4tket ineertion. I Contracts made for THUX, six or TWELVZ *h**ths, ou favorable terms. Advertisenents not having the number of Ifasetions marked on them, will be published until forbid and Qharged accordingly. ^Tl4se terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine lines,19 a square dbe Wh . In every instance - we charge by tke #oace occupied, as eight or ten lines can bEWde to ocoupy four -r ive squares, as the ArertiboV tiay wish, and is charged by the W- Advertisers wil please state the num 1!oT square4tAey, wish their advertisem#nts W Bhsiness men who advertise to be benefited, - 'til :bear in mind that the SNTIEL ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 March 1877

D. F. Y, tor.i PICKE T a .4 esr:n s-ts:-1obw *eded by all parties throughout the United States that Hampton Is the lawful and only GoVernof of South Carolina. The kt-op 4o be withdrawn from the ato ouse this week, which will be tOn. lb HIsa*. Tbi:i W sA that Gov. CM 9toft Wr O ipApl9 of the. state apko: .WJ*%*, 4! js done, the. ques, tion.i,g *A 14--htxo ;is no doubt about %g4g i aP4oqr people may lest coft4,d on that subject. e Nw Biru*61 Senator. e eleotion oMered by Lieutenant Governor Simpson, to fill the vacaney in the ft6t6 Sonte, occasioned by the death o1 Hdti. oWes . Williams 6ame off 6 ILTu6ong t66 1Mth inst., and resultei%*elet9on of Col Thowai 's] ont, Ow IDOocratic nominee, tvi thato poeltidn. Death of i4g AQage eborn.. The Anderson, lutelligoncer xn nouspes the d tith qf XMpj. Goo. Sea born, whin.h oceprved at his residence nonr Pendleton, oir Tuesday of last week, In the 81t.,yearzf his age. He was many years te e4itor and pro prictor of .Oti Farme. And. planter, whic...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 March 1877

.L OALFIVEMS: Peaci tre 9ar blossom 4. Good Friday o6oes this yeat oA Marcb 80th. T1' gay and festivo bed beg wlN soon make its ,pperane Uov. Hugh McLees will '"tor'at thits plie on the 5th'Sbd6. fif ]AH, next. Durn out your chimneys during the first Wot spell as a preventive against Are. Thelfarch winds keep people buiy now, when they are out of doors, run ning ifter their hats. The robbins have suffered greatly from the "shot-gun Democracy," reR. euntly in this vicinity. The: Sheriff~ of this County, Mr. Johb3uIdin, delivered Hayne Gibson to the Ouperinten'dent of the Peniten tiary last w6ek. He was sentenced to one ear, by indge Cooke, for hoise stealing. Doat in sphits and tobacco will take notioe of the re renue lioeneop s spOcIfied in the advrtisement of L. Cass Carpenter, Revenue Collector. The tiMe'of year is close at hnd when the young men will linger at the gate when they galant the young ladies home at night, until the old woman Intimates that it is time to get in the hou...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 March 1877

4ae4eden a4 R$lsebeld I M f@ rggigdgjat ep Il a ix di0t; all hay or aHl,rAin "wht iiodice, ls beef S.4han hay and, grain.. The animal strue'"te of - tbe.,-6x also demandb bithi dI as well'as richness; the gn Igpa foo4 bqi,g profitable'only sa Sor. as the animal assimilates i t. -ond that simply i11s1'08ing the ymspre heap at a cost far beyond its value. The. ox has approxilvate)y eleven i oundr of stur-MMl hII inly t*& %a UiI6 half )OJI)ds of Intestines' to catch one. hundred poundu of live weight; the shee'p las less stomach and more in tewtiinev, giving a smaller perc6ftage of 'igestivo apparatus; while the pig, for every hundred poundc of 1.it live weight, has only one and a third ponud of stVmach to biX 11s4Uds oI inlIestines. A steor would thrive well on a bulk of straw, with a ittle oil meal, that would shrink a sheep and starve A pig. Pork can be produced from elear corn meal, while mutton requiros greater Yariety of food, and boof cat, tio w,ylo bepmo cloyed and diseased...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1877

Ala. VOLo VIi. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY2AC 9 87 THE1 SENTINEL D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. A Terms of Subscription. One Year.............. .1 60 Wic Months .................. 75 Advertising Rates. A4vertlsementsinserted at the rate of $1 00 er square, of (9) nine lines, OR LESS, for the rat insertion, and 60- cents for each subse que'nt insertion. Centracts made for TURIX, six or TWyLVZ rieuths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of V, lasertiond marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may underst.nd them. Nine lines is a square one inch. In every instance we charge by the spaoe occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occup,y four or five squares, as the dvertiser may wish, and is charged by the s pace. *, & Advertisers will please state the num 6r of squares they wish their advertisements to make. SW Business men who advertise to be ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1877

THE SENTINEL D- F BY Editor. Thbraay, 3aroh 20. 1877. A Vacillating President. President Hayes in his inaugural, rnade doolarations which load the Ieqplo of the United States, and more eyeojialy thoso of the South, to be Lieve thob be would purstue an hon orabor and just course towards South Carolina and Louisiana. In fact, his juan#gers at Washington assured the Southern Democrats in Congress that if they would prevent fillibustoring in the HIou(3, and suffer Hayes to bo inaugrAtod, that tho first official acts of his Proiidcutial career would bo the recognition of Hampton and Nicholls. These promises wore nado in such a wa hAs to leave no doubt in the minds of the Southern Democrats but what they woulti be promply and honestly carried out. Indeed, Hayos, since his inauguration, declared that hi.; South.. orn policy meant, "Hampton and Nicholls," and the people in South Carolina have been "possessing their souls in patience," awaiting the prom~ jsed order for the removal of the Un,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1877

tPLOCAL ITEMS. ' Thp paohoes have not been killed "Forty ntiled and an acre lot to putO t4em in" Is what .0 "disgusted a4dical last week said 'he wanted. A heavy in pl on Sunday evening and 6unday night last. The ittans overflowed their banks, bit no serious darodgo was done. 1- ltoney! money! is the cry all over lhe County. Everybody is troubled abput it but us. We are not troubled With it at all. We notice in some sections that the -fall sown oats have been killed out by the hard winter. Tho ground should have been re-sown in Febru ary.: etMITTED.-Dr. L. C. Neal, of Vickensville, was committed to the jail of this Connty last Saturday, by Trial Justice Taylor,lin default of bail, pq; the charge of obtaining money un der false pretenses, ACOIDENT.-We regret to learn that Miss fallie Nix, daughter of M~r. J. 4. Nix of the Easloy Hotel, met with the misfortune last week, of having -er knee cap dislocated and the knee joint otherwise seriously damaged, by 4 horse running away with a sp...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 March 1877

From the Carolina Spartan. Now liofthy Tg Maggins Came to Dar Oputtai-410tag U6 *special 9; ,j propose giling your readerd I"- roWange i I real Ilfe, that hap 'POIA-d many Year ago -"HOW Tint t*hT gj Jftggn:me to giff about "M, *0.1" '36n* t16, tieat the oeA of our latq unpleWantness, we met up with4a od oeqoaiMtane, the verita bI TiI, wh as always full of fun, .aud,eajo) ed a good j oke-especially on himself-and could tell them in such a romantic way, that lie never failed to e oite the risible qualities of his listee". -i fbt above meeting he appeared to.be, as isual, full of fun, and his eWilirkled, as though his thoughts ran bok to some laughale event in hisstery. S$o be says to me: "Captain, did you ever hear of the scrape I bid With the gal I was cour tin' when I first set out gallinT' "No, Tim,' says I, 'let us hear from -it. " i.aptain, when I first made sebut in that time, I had a bank JOOahW, one of the sweetest, fanni 1. giscebivocus little fairies ever t ade track$ in th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1877

DBVOTBD T2O POLITICst MORAITjqy, BDUUATION AND W C TIXGNRA TE1SOTlEOURY VO viH PICKENS, S. 0, THURS SLT THE .SENTINEL D. F. BRADLEY, Editor. IS PUBLISHED ZVERY THURSDAY. BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. Terms of Subscription. One Year.,............ . Ti 60 Six Months . . . . . . . . 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 er.square, of (9) nine lines, OR LESS, for the Brst insertion, and 60 cents for each subse quent insertion. Contracts moade for THREE, six or TWELVE nionths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions marked on them, will be published until forbid and charged accordingly. These terms are so simple any child may underst,and them. Nine lines in a square one inch. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. - XW- Advertisers will please state the num ber of squares they wish their advertiseme...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1877

THE 1KNTLNEL D. 1.3 1&, Editor. Wd E N. O. I1., S. C.: Thursday, April 5, 1877. 1ampton's Government Established. The long expected order for the ,WLhdrawal of the troops from the Stato 11ouso has at last boon promul, gated, and Hampton's goverr.nment practically acknowledged by the Pres ident. This secures peace, prosperity and happiness to the citizons of South Carolina. Our victory, so gallntlly and gloriously won at the ballot box last fall, after long suffering and pa-. tiont waiting, is at last to be fully ro, alized. The prostrate State will now rise tip and movo forward with rapid stridos to a prosperous and glorious future. The reign of the carpet bag ger and scalawag is at an.end. South Carolina is once more In the hands of her native and true sons, and will re main there for all time to come. Lot us be thankful to the river of all good for this blessing. The Fence Law. "In Mecklinburg county, N. C., the new fenco law is working wonders, snys the Greenville News. It wa...

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. — 5 April 1877

_o_ AL ITEMS. ,,.There was a lght snow in the mountains last wook. Loaf sugar is said to be 0, good rc, Whedy for hoarsenesq. Corn Is rising gradually in price. It is now selling at 70 cents at this place and will soon reach a dollar. BobHolcombo, of Easley Station, has been appointed a JJnited States * Deputy Marshal. Several of our Eumlay friends were In town ist wook. They want a court house at that placo, to which wo do not object, but we do not see the no ocesity of two court houses for Oo little county. Mr. W. M. IIagood and family left our town last Friday, for Chorleston. ,Mr. Hagood has been drawn on the United States Jury for the term of Court which is now sitting at that point. NEw LAw FIaM.-We call atten tion to the law card of Cothran, Holcombe and Child, which appoared last week, and would have been noticed but for want of space Col. Cothran and Mr. Child will make a strong eam, and we have no doubt will se Core a large practice at this placo. + The citizens West of Tw...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 April 1877

First Xove. I1 It may be said that love is the I d world's best verity-Its only true re., ality-that 'It came from heaven, to heaven returneth." The earth pil- d grime, when they reach nearly the end- of the journey of life, look back. , with the wsurance that to mortals is left this element of primal Eden's. bliss; whilst the Creator meted ont sure punishment for disobedience and sit, his benevolent mercy per- t mitted love to remain as a renem brance of the joy that once dwelt in the Gardon of Paradise. We can scarely estimate the price- t less value of this inestimable blessing this gteIous gift of a Divine Provi dence, that crowns humanity with its beautiful flowers, its fadeless wreaths., It is all that can be enjoyed withouti the taint of sordiness or of avarice, the blights of fickle fortune or the miseries of adversity. It holds hearts together in the closest bonds; any% thing else would speedily separate them and divide them in sunder. If it is pure and holy, it is everlast...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1877

DEVOTRD TO POLITIO8, MOXALITY, BDUCATION AND T0 THE GENERAL INTEBEST OF THE OUNTRT. V,1 iLPICKENS, S. ., THURSDAY, APIL 12 17N. 6;_ N oL. -a I. -Tr SNTINEL is P R RH D ZV " At THURSDAY. Bi !). V. BRADLEt & CO. Te*M .f Subscription. One yeat . $1 60 six Monts............... 75 Advertising Rates. Advertletnents-Inserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine'lines, On Mess, for the iest lnettion, and 50 cents for each subse quent insertion. Centtaots inade for TItE, sIx or TWELVN moilths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of insertiopa iitrkiA on !peln, Will be published until foibild ind oharged iecordingly. These terms are so simple any child may understand them. Nine, lines is a square one ine'. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. . " Advertisers will please state the num ber of.squares they wish their advertiseme...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1877

THE ENTINEL D. F.3 LkY' EdAtor. Thursday, April 12, 1877. If Chambet lain attempts to hold on to his usurped position, he will bo ou9tedeq aok it will mako his bond swim, fe, like the rest of the Radii cals die awfull hard, Gov. Hampton will convene the Legislature In extra session soon, when a tax bill and other needed leg. islation will be enacted. He will turn loose the fire engines of Columbia on the Stato House, and put the Poni, tentiary convicts to scrub it out, in order to get rid of the filth and vor .nn, before the Logislaturo meets. Thanks Governor. Rhode Island Election. Ithode Island, one of the strongest Iepublican Now England States, though a small one, had a State el ection last week, and the Democrats came very near wining a victory where it was, perhaps, least expected. The Republican candidate only suc, ceeded by the small majority of 479 votes. Rhode Island has always been steadily and reliably Republican, but in this election it seems that a very great change ha...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1877

.LOOAL ITEMS. The trees are beginning to put on . their spring foliage. Peaceful sleop is the shoot anchor of health. You can enjoy this sloop it you have paid the printer. A lttle "blue tailed" hawk is play.. g bavoo with the chickens about townk The Professor has his Maynard trilined up for hin, at long taw. .PasoSAL.-Col. .Tames N. Lips Q)mrb, Master of the Sta.o Grange, or,. ganized a Pomona Grange at this place on last Saturday. The proceed figs are published elsewhere in this issue. Easley Station is rapidly improving. We noticed last week a half dozen new dwellings going up, and Mr. El lison has erected a steam saw mill e and cotton gin in the place. Heavy rains fell at ,his place on last Saturday night and Sunday. The creeks were overflown, and we fear consideiable damage has been done the land by washing. The rain on Sunday evening was accompanied by considerable hail. *** a STRAYED-A White and black spCt r ted pig, about three months old, of the masculine persuasion. Any i...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 12 April 1877

As Ontragp pon yJud4w We have bad ousion more than onae In the past to speak of the great injustice inflicted upon parties sc eused of violations of the laws of the United Stateo, arrested In the tip oonstry, by bringing them, to this eity for trial. Notwithstanding our earnest protests against this grievous wrong, we Yearn- that in eses where the mot ample bond can be gfvo i to appear at the court which cori venew in Angust at Greenville, yet parties are forced to appear at the I term of the court which convenes in this city on Monday next. If there Is any pretext or reason consistent with law and justice for the infliction of this burden upon the accused, for bringing them nearly three hundred miles from their homes for trial, away from their friends and counsel, into a strange community, on the part of the government, it is tine that the public should know it. We know of no reason for this 'new fangled prac'ice. Previous to the last April term of the United States Circuit Court s...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1877

- q ,t r zrdo (tla -4 -ICKEN. So, Cos - T -. 7 I 12l, ~ ~ .. ( c J uf r. ~ T. I ~ ' - - -- c Nt TIRLAY. weraiwo'e-M."k-ription. o' haY .3 .F. . . . . si so ti'.~ 75 Aira$isIg Rates. 4vert bementeln etted at thi rate of $1" 6 pO oAre, Cf (9) nine lines, o Ls, for the rt ne*, and. 6o cents for each subse quen ottion. eCodi tts made for TRu1s, six or TWLVZ at ptlii, on favorable terv4s. Adyerti ueuts not hiving the number of las ~ eiiked on them, will be p6blished U aand charged accordingly. terms are so simple any child may UI 0% 1 ad them Nine lines ts a square one INaih. In every Instance we charge by the *pace occupied, as eight or ten lines can be ni'p.to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the spacG. *' Advertisers will please state the num bar ofsquares they wish their advertisements to make. 4 $- Business men who adWertise to Le beuefited, will bear in mind that the SENTINEL has a large and increasing cir oulation, and is taken by the very...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1877

THE SENTINEL D. I. BR DLEY. Eior. S 1. C A PIOKEN#40. U., 8. C: .Thursday, April 19, 1877. Meeting of the Legislature. By reference to Governor 11amp to's proolamation, whieh we publish cijowhere In this issue, it will bo soon that the gunomfl assombly has beon convened in oxtraordinary session on the 24th inst. For reasons well known thero was no legislation at the time of the rogalar mecting last fall. The present session will doubtless be short, but there is work enough to koop it three or four months if it should be gone into at this session, but wo sup, poso most of it will bo deferred to the next regular session. Chamberlain'A last. Chamberlain has issued a manifesto to the Republicans of South Carolina assigning to them his reasons for re tihng his pretentions. It is a very fitrong but cautious attack of President Hayes' Southorn policy, and a vile and infamous slander of the good poo, p1 of Sou1th Ca1olina U1 ei'nlCt.R his storcotyped campaign charges of intimidation, murder...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 19 April 1877

.GQAL, IEM&e. idies t b 4llo we Amail rote,40 A m tablishe between Andeuron 0' 1 and Liberty. I 4 ,#tation, in this County. Miss Matti- To -&id, while going to qburch lt Run was throwp rqk 4er mule and sewuoo har. Waddis.. ralig A crap" of blue birds this year. he tried mattins last b ji ind made a totAl f&11.0 Ezppy,-f.M W-1041ppbe, of I4a8ley Station has resigne4 tbe ffice of Deputy United States Mafthal. Wo know a young maWh-ot a thou.. j sand 01168 eom iis pIaco, wfio offici. a :fia Sabbath school superintendent 4 in the morning and was seen in a * blookade.*pilhoue In th4. evening. a e . n oWe are informed that Libeoty et, ec'0 a "wet" ticket, but have'. not learned the names of the parties elected town offoers Last 'n dity, the 16th Instant", the time-for shooting game -expired. The tdre. goble qan now strut prouder, goblolouderiand breathe easier, prou vidod he doesn't try to bite .anybody. The storra of last Thursday night and Friday, did great ditrage to the Ric...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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