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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 April 1880

The inuler.sigired respectfully in forms the public ihat he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at Waiving Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manuer. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, * And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share ot the public patronage is solicited. july 25. II. RIGGS. CALL CALL AT TilK PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established .in 1 ST 1 by the Propri etor, who is still ready ami willing lo Jill orders iu BREAD, HOLLS, WES o A K i: s Of all descriptions. (HJNUKK.S r.v the OARKIIL or IJOX. "Also 15 i t Iii a. :i) For Camp-Meetings or any olhcr Kind id Meetings. Just received ffrosli ( 'on foclionnrics, JFan?.\y ??<??mIn Ali?! .Noliuns Which will ho sohl a< Low Sis miy lhal cum he hough i iu Orangcburg. Thankful fur the pasl patronage of my friends and the public 1 still solicit a con* ??"?lance of theireusloin.^ T. \V* Alboi'^ot i i, (ltussc...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 April 1880

THE ?RANGEHURG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MOB.NINO MELLICH AMP & EDWARDS, Proprietors. STILES K. MELLICIIAMT Editor. Tci'ins of Sn"bsci*iptioxi? One Copy one Year.$1 00 " Six Months . 75 Kates of Advertising. OnelSqnarc \:it Insertion.91 00 EaeKSUseqient "i . 60 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20cper Jjinc. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments t<> be paid for in Advance. UC?" AVc are in no way responsible, for (lie views or opinions o?' -air Correspond rnts. FRIDAY, APH1L 3?, KSSO. A CHEEKING BEGINNING! UNION ANI> IIA It 31 ON Y THE WATCHWORDS! The Court House Demoerntie Club met in the Engine Hall on Tuesday night in unusually' large numbers. Tho prompt and full attendance of our citizens at this first meeting of the Campaign speaks well for the party, and is a Source of great en couragement. President Moseley being absent from sickness, upon motion, Gen. Izlnr was called to the chair. The call of the County chairman being read the meeting was declared r...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 April 1880

Tlie Oi'angcburg Times LOCAL Our depot is getting a new coat of paint. The gardens are looking line after the rains. Court opens at Orangeburg on Monday, Judge Thomson presiding. There was an unusual number of visitors to our Burg to attend relig ious services last Sunday. . - ? i tm ? -tw - M r. Z. d. King, we are. informed, has sold out his interest in Orange burg and gone to Texas. The Young Americas turn out on Tuesday afternoon on monthly pa rude when wt will get another sight at "Uncle Joe." Dr. Sherrod Beeves is making im provements in his store which will add materially to the convenience of Iiis business. Mr. Robert Tilly, the night tele graph operator at this place has been transferred to Chattanooga, and left us on Tuesday. A business meeting of the Young Mcnt Christian Association will be behl at their rooms this evening at half-past eight o'clock. A f?ll at tendance is desired. We hear the rumor that one of the prominent delegates to the Radical Convention in Columbia, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 April 1880

AFI?AID Ol" BKJLNU KISSED. A innu wus ivn,Iking along one road Mini a woman along another. The roads filially united, mid the mini and \voin:nr reaching lihe junction at the sdtilij lime, walked on fro hi (here (oge(|i?r. 'J'ln ' inaii w?s earrvihg.a large^on jtet?u on hi - hack; in one ?hand he held by the logs a live chick oh, :i!i<l in tin- oilier :i cane; and lie was lourling a goar. Josl aslliey were coining to :; deep, dark ravine, ib< vrointju s:u?r to the ujuu : .'I nut.afraid lo go through thai ravine w'Ah v'nhVH Is a Io7iefv [da'cei and you might overpower me aiid k iss me by fru ee.' 'if yoii were afraid ofthut.,' said the inan, you shouldn't have wnlUbvl with hie til till.'' Ho\V can I possihh overpower yu and kiss you by I'ofee j when'f Have ( Iiis irreal iron U(Hlie on iiiy l>a< k. n cane in one hand hud a live ehi< kpii in (lie Other, mul am lend ihg this goady 1 might its well he Iii -I ban.I tind lob!/ 'Yes,1 tvpiie.l the woiii.'Vn; 'bul if you should...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 May 1880

one dollar l'kr annum. }? -^-vl-^_-T-. VOLUME VII GOD Av. jSTD OTT Pi' COUNTRY, always in advance. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1880. NUMBER 15 Carriage Factory . The undersigned respectfully in foi ms the public t hat he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING', MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without, delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited.?, july 25, H. R1GGS. CALL AT THE CALL PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, HOLLS, PIES C A K 13 S ?Of all descriptions. GUNGEUS Hy the BARKEL or BOX. Also 13 H IE A. 13 .For Camp-Meetings or any other kind of Meetings. Just received Fresh CpnfectioiitirioR, Fancy (?oods An?! .Notions "Which will be sold as LOW as any that can Sie bought in Orange burg. Thankful l...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 May 1880

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. IBSU12D EVKIiY FHIDAY MORNING MELLICllAMP !i EDWARDS, Proprietors. STILES It. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms of SiilDsc^ipti'oTi* One Cony one Year.!?1 00 M " Six Months . 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.?1 00 1'Mch Subsequent " . f?0 Notices inserted in Locol Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and TVntMtcjit Adverlise ments to be puid for in Advance. $&}'" We are in no way responsible (or the views or opinions o* 'Mir Correspond ents. FK1 DAY, MAY 7, 18S0. Till: CONVENTION TO-HOttROWT The first meeting of the campaign, on the purl of the Democrats of the County, will take place tomorrow. The delegates will conic up fresh from the people thoroughly imbued with the spirit and views of their constituents. If therefore these dele gates net in accordance with these views, and breathe this spirit, they will give utterance to the voice of the people, and the action of the Conven tion will bo the will of the Demo eraey of ?rangeburg County. The...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 May 1880

Tlio OraTipjetatirg: Times LOCAL The cold Bunp we arc experiencing is rather unusual for May. We sec that Mr. Robert Copes has been nominated for Clerk of Court There ought to be a street lamp put up near the Lutheran Church. Won't Council think of the matter? W. F. Robinson advertises a lot of new goods in his line. Call and see him. Farmers are earnestly requested to exhibit samples of small grain at the Floral Fair. - mm ? mma The song of the candidates: "Tickle me Johnnie; tickle me do Tou tickle me, and I'll tickle vou." The Southern baptist Convention met in Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday. South Carolina was ably represented. - ?IMIII - - Hon. Samuel Dibble went to New York on Tuesday, but will return next week in time for business in Court ('apt. F. M. Waiinainukcr was in attendance upon Court. He was in good spirits and seemingly enjoying excellent health. "Hourbon" Democracy won't do. Democrats must sec to it that we don't fall back into the old ante bel lum ruts. liartje...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 May 1880

ATIIOUUI'T. 1JV 1 ATllF.K JO AN. The Biiuimcr rose the *?n has Unshod i i ? i > i o ry maybe ?wo ?!; 'Tis sweeter wben (he loaves'ars crushed Beneath 31m wind's and leutped's feet. Tho rose that waves upon its tree In life sheds pcifuinu all mound; Mote sweet the in rfnine floats lo me (if roses trampled on die ground, Tlu> waving rose with eve y breath Scents carelessly the summer air; The wounded rose breathes forth its death ? Its sweetness far inure rich and rare. It if a truth beyond our ken, Anil yet a truth which all may read It is with roses as with men, The sweetest hearts are those that bleed. The flower which Bethlehem saw bloom Out of a heart all full of grace, Clave never forth its full pei fume Until the cross becamcjts base. Till! POLL TAX. Twelve colored men, who wore eon lined in jail by trial justices for fail lug to pay their poll law were brought before .Judge I'rcsslcy yesterday 'morning on n writ of habeas corpus. The Court ordered the discharge of the pr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 May 1880

OKB DOliLAU KKB ANNUM. )? GOD A.N3D OUR COUNTRY. VOLUME VII FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1880. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. NUMBER 16 Carriage factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public lliat be is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the. best possible mauuer. I also have in f?ll operation my PLANING AND MOULDING', MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 IL RIGGS. CALL CALL at tub PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to iill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PIES O A K E S Of all descriptions. GUNGEMS By the BARREL or BOX. Also 13 It ill A 33 For Camp-Meetings or any other kind of Meetings. Just received l^resli C'onleeliosiarieH, Fancy Goods And Notions Which will l>e sold as LOW as any that can he bought in Orangeburg. Thankful for the past patronage of m...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 May 1880

THE ORANGEIUim; TIMES. ISSUED EVEJiY i'ltlDAY MOKNINU MELIdCllAMl' & EDWARDS. IMoprlctors. STILES II. jflEIjiiU'HAMP Krtitpr. Terrilt's of- Sxt"bs?i^ipuioii? . One Copy one. Year.-^1 00 " " Sir. Month: -? 7? Hates of Advertising. One Stjiuire 1? Insertion.SI 'lM Euch Subsequent " . ,f>0 , ., Notices inscrleii in Lneal Column at 20c per (Xb'iitf'f jt J d _ ... All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' ment:; tn In- paid/or in Advance. J5?/y Wo are in no way responsible lor Hie views or opinions o' uir Correspond ents. 1 Kl 1>A Y, MAY lt. 1880. SHALL THE JUNE CONVENTION NOM INATE THE STATE TICKET .' This is question which will soon have to be decided, and as 11 u* dele gates to Columbia go tininsti'ueled, it is iinportaiit to arrive al :i correct derision, lo ascertain, as far as pos sible, the views of tho people of our County oh (he subject. Sonic of the Counties in the State have instructed their delegates to nominate at once: and others have instructed them lo post pone...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 May 1880

Tlio Orpiipebiirg TimfeJ IL, cTc A. Tj New shutters have been put iij> ou the Fair Building. ,1. h\ Way? Esq. is pulling down the <dd 'J/dur olliee to make way for his line building. Fine pictures, geraniums, &c., for sale at Wir. T. C. HubbeH's auctiou and news depot-., Mr. J. C. Pike bought 10 hales of cotton on hist Monday. This looks like business lor our town. Al last, the trees around the Court House arc boxed. The work was done by G. 0. Aycrs. It oujrht to have been done long ago. Mr. Posted, our efllciont Railroad Agent, is fast making friends by his business like and vet courteous con duct of the duties of his olllee. We arc informed that the report in the "News and Courier" that lite rent for the Master's olliee is $7"> per annum is a mistake. It is only $30. The hideous chasm made in the wall of Bpliver's olllcc by Mr. JifU, seems to US to have the right ring. Articles for the Floral Fair will be received up to il o'clock to-day. Ad mission 50 cts. for adults...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 May 1880

WILL IT PA Y TO MANURE OATS. Editor Orangeburg Times : As I did not keep :i manuscript of letters, written lust year. I may rc caputulatc, I>ut. 1 consider the iuets of such importance, it will not be amiss. First; before answering this question, willi figures, 1 would state thstt cut oats is the cheapest and best food known for horses and mules, as wc have the best climate and soil, innehanically considered, in the world for its production. To raise oats successfully we must know something of its nature. First; oats require, considerable moisture, and bereis the cause, why so many of our far mers, fail to successfully raise it. planting it on washed oil'hill sides, soil incapable of holding moisture. The analysis of oats, shows, thai it contains one half of its weight in silicate Of lime: thai il requires con siderable nitrogen <>r ammonia and phosphate of lime and potash. Hut to be practical. Mow can the farmer obtain them? 1 will give my mode. To obtain silicate of lime,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 May 1880

Carriage Tactory. The undersigned respectfully in foims the public that he is prepared tu do all Kind of Work in the above lino on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING) MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIG GS. CALL at the CALL PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1S71 by the Propri etor, who is still ready und willing to fill orders in ?BREAD, LSjj PIES C A K K S <Q{ all descriptions. vprurvt* fa Lift % the BARREL or BOX. "Also 33 It T?: A 13 ffW Camp-Meetings or any other kind of Meetings. Just received Fresh CoiifcctioiiuriCM, Fancy GooiIn And Aoiijms Which will be sold as LOW ;us any that can lie boiight in Orangeburg, Thankful for the post patronage of my finiends and die public 1 still solicit a coll t?uuanco'cf their vnstoni.* T. W. Alberjrol t i, [ltusseit St...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 May 1880

: THE ORANUEBURG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MKhhiniAMT & i:i)WAi:i>S. l't upi i.-lnrs. STILES K. MKLHCI1AMP Ktlitor. _ TiTiiis of Subsciuption> One Copy one Year.S>1 00 " Six Months . 75 Hairs oT Advertising. Our Square 1st Insertion.Si nO liaeh Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Adrcrtise ments to l>e pald;f?*r in Adrancc. ~t4?^_ ; ?i? . ? ?? V\. nr? in no way responsible lor Lite views or opinions o' air Correspond ents. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1880. hex. johnson hao001). There is no question that Gen. Johnson Ilagood is the choice of ?i'?ugcburg for Governor, and. that be will receive the unanimous sup pout of our delegation in tho dune Convention, if the nomination should bo made at that. time. Con. Ilttgood's business talent, manly qualities and quiet unobtru sive manner wins for him the suppoit of the people. His recent letter declining an in vitation to address the Democratic Club of Ncwberry is ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 May 1880

^TliE OBAKOEBURG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MKI.IjIVIIASU* & KD' "Ai;i)S. Proprietors. STILES It. MKIil.It'll AMP Ktlitor. 'Perms of Sub^iuption* One Qwy one Year.$ 1 00 " Six Month* . 75 Hales of Advertising. fine Square 1st Insertion.si 00 V'.'iir/i Subsequent " . W Notices inserted in Local Column ut20cpcr Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise mcnts to lie. paid for in Advance We are in no way responsible lor the views or opinions o' nir Correspond ents. kkTday, may ?L issb. ukx. johnson hauood. There is no question that Geh. .Johnson I In good is the choice of Oi'augcburg'lor Governor, and that lit! will receive the unanimous sup port of our delegation in the June Convention, if the nomination should be made at that time. Gen. Ilngood'a business talent, insiniy qttalities and quiet unobtru sive manner wins for him the suppoit of the people. 11 is recent letter declining an in vitation to address the Democratic Club of Ncwbcrry is in perfect keep ing with hi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 May 1880

LO?A L_ The original stories written fur the Times by "Ruth Goodlcy," a lady of | Orangeburg, will be continued. This announcement will be gratifying to the story loving readers of the Times. The next, entitled "Nannie," will commence in a short time. The time for paying town taxes has been extended to June 1st, after which date the penalty will be posi tively added. We call the attention of our far mers to the notice in to-days issue of Mr. Laugdon W. Pooser who is pre pared to do all kinds of gin reparing. In addition to the already long list of candidates for (Merk of Court, Mr. Hatpin Riggs is nominated in to-days issue. The weather is indeed changeable. Last week was cold enough for lire; and this week is almost as hot as summer. - !? ? -1^ Rev. W. II. Adams, former pastor of the Circular Church of Charleston, died suddenly on Sullivans Island on last Saturday. 400 bushels of good Sound pens for sale at II. S. Rennoker's. Also a full stock of fresh family groceries on hand at a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 May 1880

LIVING IN QUIET. A rule for living happily with others is to avoid having stock .sub jects of disputation. It mostly hap pens, when people live much together, thai they come to have certain, set topics, around which, from frequent dispute, there is such n growth of; angry words, mortified vanity and the like that the original subject of differ once becomes, n standing subject for quarrel, and there is a tendency in all minor disputes to drill down to it. Again, if people wish to live well to gether, they must not hold too much to logic, aud suppose thai everything is to be settled by sufllcieut reason. Dr. Johnson saw this clearly with regard to married people when he said: ''Wretched would be the pair above all means of wretchedness who should be doomed to adjust by rea son, every morning, nil the minute details of the domestic day.'' THE FINEST RESIDENCE IX AMERICA Flood, a California millionaire, is building w hat will, il is said, be the IInest private residence in America. The ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 May 1880

J ! | . ? l_ ? j . . _ 1 - ? ? I .- ? ? , , I , .- , , ? ? .1 , _ ?_ =? _ ?J___^ one doli.au pkr annum. )?_ GOD AiSTlD OUR COUNTRY. "u.wai^Tn Td^ancbT " , VOLUME YII ~ ?FRIDAY MORNING, Mf Y 3?,; 1880. " ~~ NUMBER 1? Carriage Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all K/oJ of Work in the above line on tho shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIGGS. CALL CALL at thi: PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, TIES CAKES Of nil description*. GUNGKRS By the BARREL or BOX. Also BREAD For Camp-Meetings or any oilier kind ol Meeting*. Just received Fresh CoufieolioiiarleH, Fancy Uoods And AoiioiiH Which will he sold as LO...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 May 1880

^l'HE ORANGEIiURG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORN I NO 51ELLICIIAMP & EUWAUPS* Proprietors. STILES U. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms oi' Subscript ion. One Copy one Year.$1 00 " " Six Month., . 70 Knies of Advertising. WneSqititrc 1st Insertion.?1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Xoticcs inserted in Locol Column at 2Qe per Line. Alt Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to bejntidfor in Advance. Wc are in no way responsible for Hu; views or opinions o' iur Correspond ruts. FlflPAY, MAY 28, fsSO. THE STATE CONVENTION." The Democratic Stale Convention meets in Colttmbin on next Tuesday. St> far as heard from the ditferent counties, there is almost universal opposition to Gen. Gary, and a large majority of the delegates are la vorn hie to the nomination of (leu. Ha good. There is a disposition in some parts of the Stsite tit put up :i thin! Candidate in the interest of party harmony, hut we do not think that it amounts to much. ()n the subject of .Inno nominations there is considerabl...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 May 1880

ii m ' I- "J. -J? Tlio *?V ange bin*g'. Times %* O C A. Tj It looks like Hugood. - - mm 9 WM* -? ., Tho wurm weather is coining. Kr??A*j accounts Y>f persons who have- 'peen . riding over the eountry, the crops Took'line and promising. A correspondent is needed from this place for the Columbia '-Regis ter." "\\'e are reliably Informed that Mr. James P. Way*intends to construct :i fine hall over his brick building on Kussel I street. Delegates and visitors to ('olttmbia, during the State Convention, remem ber Pat Median's restaurant if we Maul to Vevd well. Wo are .sorry to henr that .Mr. H. M. Smith is stitiering from a severe attack of sickness, and we hope he will'soon be out again* The ('olumbia "Hegi^t?f,'s under the editorial conTttdM W. Pope, Esq., is an nldo mid independent pa per. If Mn.II. p. Snioak is not :i,.l>iick, he is Solid on the rocks'. Last week he caught six rock lisli weighing in nil, over 7(1 pounds. One weighed over 20 pounds. Thanks for u mess. We regrer...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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