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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 July 1897

s c'? j,i S J Olilldi :n T. U. iOt111INSON, l.clit or. W1.0O. ilEhT'l.lt:, P'ublish'r. \. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Il Subscription One Dollar a Year Eltered at. the l'ost Otliec at Pickens as t i second-class mnatter. .1 AIDVErTINING RATES. One dollar per inch fi first insrt1ion, lir ty eetnts for emeh sub11selitie'lt insertittn. 14 L bral disount. for aid\ertisent'ents 4o anli- Iii n11ul eontrac't5. Termna cash. A1 tu1al ctn- i tracts, payabtle (pnart erly. to No favorites. One prile to all. N1 sleet- t Oial position or special rat es te fotrtign :il- (: I seh miust talce iie- 11111 of 11 I abitide by' sleli ra1tl"s. es, in Iot"ail 11l nIi 1, to t I si, inlsertion 1nt1 li e tce it, for it, insert icn. 'Its for c41m11ing issut" sheutlh hn handel ill iot later thIan \It"leti:. ine4ri1- i ug. 1 Tite editor will t1e1 he re-pnnsilte for thi" I vliws nel an(1 (itionls of eorrIesotateint:, tit- I, lois the samlle are' editorialh- eeilorst . TI'llh\Y, J1'I,Y' -, 1 ti . it SENAWIOICA .('.1...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 July 1897

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEMS. -Next Monday is court. 1 -Whero, Oh, where is the An dorson Journal? t -Rev. W. M. Hardon lost a val uable cow on the 5th inst. t ---Elias Day, of Eaaloy, was in town on busin ss Monday. -We will publish the proceed ings of the institute next week. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. LW. B. Looper, of Mica, last week, a girl. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickons from July 12th to 15th .inclusive. ---Little McAdams Christopher, 1 -son of Auditor Christopher, is ,quito sick. -Miss Mamie McGraw, of New ,berry county, is visiting the Misses Bowen this week. -J. E. Kinch, who has been aab *ont from Pickens several weoks, roturned last weok. -Miss rio IHol ngsworth at tended tl .Teachers Association at Paris Mountain last week. -Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Davis visited relatives and friends in the Six Mile section this week. -Andrew Bramlett, of the Cit adel Academy, of Charleston, came home on vacation last week. -Prof. Hart's wife and two children, of Clemson College, a...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 July 1897

Leariigithe OtheorSide lBack and fort!h undelr the shady iast porch. ,wtng the little rocking chair in wli h irs. Ilopkins was ,itting. lHer -wing I.ay idly in her li:p, and a pptier open in her hand rev Vealed the fact, that. she had been reading. What she inad read hal evidently mlade ai ipi)re-'1in Upon ier mind, for her eyes Wer"e )ixedii on one fm'away subj,'ct, and had a truoubled look in them. Alrs. 11, Ipkins lor the last hour had been look ing o. th' dat k side of a wom t.n's life. and it wa= urprcisingi how many shal l ovs -li aw. ~'t w a, slowly awaken in)V to Lit cont" ".-:un that Womankind is an opprt-iet c ts of beings, though taking her"eiI,for' anii example, a second p er"oln wiuii laVe fotnd that hard to believe. It wiat true that they she and I is -: -had bIe i reSolUtely en deavoring to aI;V olf the mortgage on their hittle If tri , and that theirI pro g rer, ad tbtn slow. They had denied thmitt Iv ,es many coinforts and E'lias, tlcht-tli eiliged to keep one hand,...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 July 1897

TH E PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. 7.-- NO. 26. PICKENS, S. C., TIIJRSI)AY, JUL y '-9 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. A RED HOT TIME IN OLD [DEFIEl. I.1(GI0ST M1EETING OF TIlE SEN ATO;IAI. CAMPAIGN. MeLaurIn and Irby Ilavo a Lively Time-l.vans Says There's a lil Out-lMayllold Declares That l lerbe Wants a New Party. The largost and livoliest meeting of the campaign was held at Edgeliold. Between 100 and 500 people were pres ent. The usual routine was broken when Senator McL-urin, following Cohjnel Irby, went for the latter's career in the Senate. Mcl.aurin, arm ed with the Congressional Records of the Fifty-second and 1"ifty-third Con gresses, frequently brought Irby to his feet to make explanations. Colonel Irby, the first speaker, was greeted with some applause. 111 was in Edgelield for the first time since ISU, said he, to sce the reception of the people's great tribune, lien. Till man. le was hero then lighting com binations and was hcre now lighting the 'State Iouae gang," whi;h was at tempting to...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 July 1897

T.U.IODISU, 1; tor. W. 0. IIESTEIt, Publlshsr. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Ye,.r Entered at tle Post Office at Pickons &' second-clatss matter. .11I1UllSDAY, JUILY 22, 1897. E-WANS AT AIKEN. Alken1, S. C-, ,July 14.-Follo1 'ng the plan laid olt, wlen I left Greenville to attend the campaign meetings, which was to give at least one full report of the argumelnt of each candidate, I send the SpeeoCh of ex-Governlor Evans delivered at thl place. As an IntroluctIon ihe said: IHe regretted the simall assemtla e. A now i.stte had beea raised for the first time since 1832. Mr. Calhoun succeded in arousing the people so that this State was ready for nlullii1cation against oppres sion. 'Tlie light of Calhoun had been con tinued until to-day, so that I believe that tarlfl reform had become in demo cracy like the religon of our fathet s. iIe alluded to the omission of the word "only,, in t he Chicago plat form. M r. EcLaurin posed to call himsel tle apo: tie of the N...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 July 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. --Mrs. L. W. Hill, of near town, is very ill. -Maj. D. F. Bradley, of Easloy, was in town on business last week. -Tho condition of James Jones, jr., of Knob, is sonawhat improv od. -Miss Bessie Ligon, of Pindor, is visiting friends in town this week. -Mr. Leo. Gillespie began a Mhool at Wolf Creek school houso Monday. -Miss Cora Chapman, of Mica, visited the Misses Harris, of Field, last week. -Miss Emma Finney, of Andor son, is visiting friends in Pickens this week. -Mr. Hurbert Newton visited at Mr. J. H. Newton's last Srtur day and Sunday. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kelley, of near Pickeus on tho 17th inst., a daughter. -A Moxican who has stolen. 1, 000 horses in tho last ten years was -arrosted this week. -A most enjoyable dance was given at tho hotel do Thorn lIy on Thursday night last. -Mr. James T. Porter, of West minster, visited his brother, Dr. F. S. Poi ter in town last week. -The Shady Grove school opon od Monday the 19th inst., with...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 July 1897

contet. "I dion't comlplaint When the Lord scnds rain When the tanks in the sky run over For the rain, you know, Makes the corn blades grow An' gives a lift to the clover. try plans ain't crost When the Lord sends frost An'the hills and the plains look wrinkled; 1t's a season sweet For the things I cat The spice by the angels sprinkled. "I jes' take all From the spring to fall, As it comes from the One who sCUds it, An' my heart'll beat Like it thought life sweet Till iest in the roses ends it." -Miladelphia I.edger. A BROKEN HEART. Christian ObserNer. How vividly I recall the morning when she became for the tirst time an object of special interest to Inc. Bet.sey, my mother's tnaid, was re counting to an eager audience of ser vants and Children the wonderful things which had taken place the day before at the " big neetin . " D, baptizin', do shoutiii' an' tie Ireachin': I ain' never hear nothin' like it : I fee I like judgment. day done come fur sho, and as to Milly, site jest fain...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 July 1897

ilk,1 7.---N0. 27. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 897. The Senatorial Campaign. Ar COLUMBIA. A Lively Time but Everybody was i a Good humor- Irby and Mayfiold Itelale Riel,rmt History. The Columbia campaign meeting was about on the sane piano as the preced ing meetings. Messrs. Mayield and Irby did take occasion to reaffirm their charges against Governor Ellerbo with more than their usual vehemence, and Col. Irby let out one more Reform secret by asserting that in 1890 Ellerbe, in the convention, was declared nomin ated comptrollir general when as a matter of fact Stokes, of Colleton, re ceived the nomination by nine votes. This, he said, was known at the time to a gentleman who has since been ex alted,to the bench. Mr. Mayfield made public the slate already made for State officials, so he said, and gave voice to other things of more than general interest. Senator MeL-turin, in addition to his usual tariff speech prcfaeed it with some free silver - arguments. Former Governor Eva...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 July 1897

The People's Journal. T. C. IROBINSON, Editor. W. O. IIES''FIt, 'Oblish r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year e Entered at the Post offiee at Pickens as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fit- 1 ty cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal disco(unt for advertisements on an nual contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts, pa,yablo gIuarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe cial position or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All such nust take the run of the paper and abide by snch rates. lrocal noticos, in local coluln, 10 cents per line for first insertion and flye cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisemient9 for coming issue should be lianded in not later than Monday morn tng. TUIlUlSDAY, JULY 29, 1897. D15SPENSARfY. RRefore the JOURNAL reachs its readers Judge Simonton will proh ably let the world know what is his idea of an original package. Several cases came before him Tios day, all involv...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 July 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -This is certainly warm weather -A. B. Walker, of Hazol, is very ill. -Soo A. M. Morris for your dry goods and groceries. -Texas is harvesting the largest grain crop in its history. -Miss Boggs, of Easley, visited friends in town last week. -Monday was tho first dog day. Keep out of the water boys. --The condition of Mr. Dean Singleton is much improved. -People do not grow in grace by looking at the fruits of others. -Road what Dr. G. W. Earle has to say in another column. -Born uuto Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Holdet on the 24th inst., a son. --Watermelons are plentiful now and they are of excellent vari B. A. Hagood, of Charles sponding awhile in Pick F. Brock, of Pendloton, his brother, J. O. Brock, of ce. Dingley tariff bill became riday night the 24th inst.. ight. . learn that the Pickens chool will be taught by )argan. .Ollio,Fant, of Andorson, ng at Capt. John L. Thorn is week J. D. Rattoroo and family, ter, are visiting at Dr. J. D. s's this week. A....

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 July 1897

Her Papw's Name. "Whose little girl is this ?" I said. "1'm papa's girl," the child replied. "And what is )apa's name ?" I asked. To think of it she tried and tried. "My papa's name ? Oli, let me see I "I really do not know,:' she said ; "For when he's ill ma calls him 'Dear,' "But when he's well it's just plain 'Fred.' --Alice Jr. Doug as. Abel5 Prize Song. "Abel, Abel, are you never com ing in to tea! I declare that boy lives at the piano !" " Not always, mother ; you exagge rate a little," replied Abel, smiling brightly as he entered the room, Bout I must practice if I am to be per feet." " You are perfect now, I think," the old lady answered proudly. " You make the piano speak." " What a thing it is to have a good mother to talk well of you, isn't it, George ?" and the speaker, a slender, dark-haired young man, looked play fully across the tea-table at his friend. "She only says what is true In your case, however," replied George. "iul lo I here's the postmian : what has he brou...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 August 1897

_HTHE. ]EOPLE'S OURNAL. VOL. 7.---NO. 28, PICK INS, S. C., T SI)UJ AY, Ai 18ST. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The Greenville Meeting Irby Reads Telegram from Tillman. Fva,>s Wins Favor-Irby a Good Sec unci-McIi,aurin Losing Grounci W 1iliman RHanms. The meeting was called to order by Chairman i3ramlott who Introduced IR,.v. W. A. Rogers to mako the open ing prayer. The first speaker was former Gov !rnor John Gary Evans. GOVRRNOlt EVANS. io.said In the beginning that scare ly a year ago he had the pleasure of addressing the people of Greenville near this saime 9pot,' and after a cant paign of lying and abuse such as had never of en known before in South CaUr olina, a selection was made for the position for which he was now a can didate. le had nothing tosay against the men who voted against him. lie thanked those who had stood )v hun in Greenv lie county. Although he had the endorsement of .10,000 ci tizens he ba' not asked the governor to ap point him though his friends had beg god him to d...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 August 1897

rThe PeoPle's Journal. TI. ('. ItOBIlNSON, F (ditor. I' it. (1. 111:ST1 t, Pu1blishl . - 1UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. * Subscription One Dollar a Year Entero at. the Post Ofllee at Pickens as second..els" matter. T1lllItt.i).1Y, Al(i'T 5, 1>8W.9 CAMl'AIGN IN PICKENN. Saturday was political gala day in Pickens and voters from all sections assembild to witness the glories of the occasion for the can didatos for the vacant soat in the 'Umited Stiates senate wore brimful of facts, figures and eloquence and were anxious to deliver the same into the custoday of the dear peo ple of Pickens. The meeting was called to order by John T. Bogg. county chairman, and Rav. J. E. Foster in a short and beautiful pr'ayor, invoked the blessings of God upon the proceedings of t hi meeting. Thore were several visitors from other coun11ti3s among the am1lier.ex, which was a largo and r('present a tive bo(ly fillng the vcourt rooito it utmost capacity. l'erfect ord('r prevailed an<d Pickens susl a i nv(...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 August 1897

Tie People's Journal. LOCAL ITrEMS. -.Salesday passed off quietly as nothing was snld. ---B. D. Stewart, of Greonville, was in town this week. -Seo notice of Pickons High School in anothor column. -Judge Ernest Gary spent sov oral days in Pickens last week. -The United States court is in session in Greenville this week. -An infant of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sutherland, of Rock, is very sick. -Miss Lula Meares of Fort Hill, is visiting the Misses Meares, this week. -Mr. Lawrence Walker, of Pon .eton, is visiting in Pickens this 3ek. -The Rock school opened Mn xy with Miss Kato Mayfiold as ancher. -Nearly everyday a crowd pass a through town en routo to the nountainls. -Win. A. Mauldin, of Easloy, was among his Pickons friends !last week. -Mrs. Harrison Huntor, of halo post otlice, north of Pickons, is quite sick. -Jno. Noares, who has a nice position at Pacolett, is at home for a few days. -A good crowd was inl town ''Ioiiday ettending the Commis lioners meeting. -Robt. Curotan and wi fo,...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 August 1897

SIDNIE'S I am not much of a hand at telling a story, so I'll have to 90 away back to the beginning, and that'll take tme to the time pa got the letter from th Boston lawyer saying thatUe II toget was dead and that his notherless child was t:: be sent out to us. I remember how we looked. 'a sai in his shirt-sleeves in the big rocker 13illy was pe rched upon the sink and I was washing the dishes. (Old Tutie the Indian woman, who did our house work, was laid up with the rhenma. tisn, so we boys had to " cinch " il things the best we eould..) I'a was generally the best-natured man in Dhakota, but just now, what with a dinner of soggy biscuits and scorched potatoes, and then this letter from the Itoston lawyer, lie did I->ok upset : Well," he said, mopping the sweat from his forehead, " I don't want to b' inhospitable to Ily brot.hel 's child, but somehow those eiasterners nave got in idea because I was nominated for the Legislature that I must ht rolling in wealth and lolirg in id lt...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 August 1897

HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL. 7.---NO. 29. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 12YEAR. MILLAN WILL RUN FOR GOVERNOR IF NECI.SSARY TO MAINTAIN THE DISPENSARY LAW. Thanks God He's Not a Politician The People Wise Enough to Act ror Themselves, and Advised to do so upon all Occasions. Special to Atlanta Constitution. AuI31EVILLE, S. C., August 4.-"It is said that Gonzales did not sleep a night for fear the Latimer bill would pass and that he threatened to make a cam paign against it next year. I tay to N. 0., ' blow your horn.' I will resign the Senatorship and run for the Gov ernornship myself, if necessary to maintain the dispensary law." This bold and defiant threat, spoken with all the emphasis of which Sona tor Tillman is capable, fell like a bomb among the audience gathered to hear him at Klugh's park, jubt outside this city, to-day. It will for the Limo dis place the attention which has been given to the Senatorial contest, and bring Senator Tillman forward once more as the stormy petrol...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 August 1897

The People's Ju ! T C.ItOlNSON,Iit. W. (1. 11ES:TE:i, .nblishe r. PUBLI-HED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year El toredl at tt+0 I'o'It Otco at P'ickonn as seconl-clalss natt T -I T1.4) 1', 12, 1897. - NA'1U L.MAN. Whore is ho at.? JI) has been to Alboviellt an(1 Tirll and if you will read hI A1p'eches carefully' 30u will Set wherlo he is at in the prlnaltori:11 ia ce. Soioi have sulp posed that t ht) author of the fake intorv"iew'\ was a good guo ser, oven if ht did no+ tell the truth about ,et'ing St'tnat,r Tillman. Be that as it may, SnliLtor Till m11 lis d'clard that he will keep hit hlidls t'l' iil tli' sti)latorial r:)t'e. Bit he will ho .ented yet i- he io t rt'r carefll. n'i 3 :'evilib' Nt'ws says that \[;e1.aluiii':s ,>t'I Ii will be ia prop n !': udat ,. of oollr'st, ('tlliIl1li(V .'( :: t.-'"-t \ Otihi l;mthe t hllm nd tl N,'s is corrc' t inl its ais nIt in th guess <'1 ~:tl \' l! ilt . u 1 (l O to' willnot, tnd int !t''- iL bes of T- \ . \ V tle drlv ni...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 August 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMm. -Saturday was quite a dull day in town. -W. A. Gresham, of Fort Hill, visited in Pickens this week. -Frank E. Cox was on the sick list last week, but is much im proved now. -Mess. B. M. Griflin and Chas. Bowen went to Greenville on busi ness last week. -Mr. Oswell, of James Island , S. C., is stopping at H. B. Ion drick's this week. -Mr- Vance Sheppard, of Groen ville county, is visiting friends in Piekens this week. -Fred Symmes, of Greenville, is on a visit to relatives and friends in Pickens this week. -Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Lawrence, of Anderson Mills, on the 6th instant, a son. -Prof. E. F. DuPriest, of Gallo wa.y, N. C., is teaching a flourish ing school at Horse Pasture. -G. Lawrence Walker, Treas urer of Greenville county, was in Pickens on business Monday. -Messrs O. P. Field and L. D. Stephens, visited relatives and friends in Elberton, Ga., last week. -Joseph Kotih, of Table Moun. tain, of the firm of Keith & Edens was in ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 August 1897

,!or parents ha~ndlest pplod her at th v 'ry "alltosInh font., fo tho namo o veryed upon her, Melltaiblb lopk ins, was nougi to make a spinster of tho lovelicst girl ever born. When sho left school they bore her off to EuropU, where, whilo her livo years of travel gave her inl excellentt knowledge of mon in the complsosite, maI as an indi vidual was entirely unknown to her. ''hen folowed her fat.her s death and inothor's long year' of iIIness, when all the daughter's thoughts and eno!gios were concentrated on the sick room. inally, to comp lete the bands which all her life had been forged to koop hor in single bletssedness, she foutld h1orsolf at :5 w ith a very com fortablo fortune and not a sign of a near relativo with whoI to slaIre it. So that sho hadn't even that, quoe-tionable exeuso of be coining married for the sake of a hiotne. If Melhitab:t had been a poor girl she might have privd a genius, for she could amint :,o elever'ly as to make her rivals dccidedleiy unensy. Ihut n...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 19 August 1897

THE PEOPLE'S OURNAL. VOL. 7.---NO.. 30. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ho did the falling and who shod the ret tears in the truce between Evans nd Irby, and Irby said it was Evans ho did the first falling. McLaurin-"I think Evans ought to avo done it." Col. Irby said, in talking of Evans's onination that Tillman was sent to iuzzle him, but that he would not be kuzzled, and that ho told Tillman that no March convention was all that iuld be had, and there was no use to ry another for any one. As for Till ian, now he said he seemed to be giv ig all a fair foot race, and he was sat ified, and as for himself, he had no olitical daddy, for he was laid in the n and hatched by an eagle. Col. Irby repeated the charges that [cLaurin had said that Tillman ought be impeached during the Darlington 3bellion, and that the Reform party iid gone to hell. McLaurin said he never said any ch thing; that he had denied it be ire, and that there was no use to re 3at a thing h...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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