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BEE KEEPING AND BEE
Messrs. Editor American For
mer: I will state that last seasor
was a very poor one for hone
gathering, one of the worst I cat
remember. I began the season
viz: May 1st, 1SS0, with 33 colo
nies. I increased by natural swarm
ing 10,- and took from them 600 lbs
comb honey, in 1 lb. section boxes
T.he section boxes I purchase<
from A. J. Root. They are madl
of very thin bass-wood, nicel;
planed, size 4x4sx2 inches, an
hold just about 1 lb. of honey.
fasten to the top piece of the see
tion box a piece of thin comb foun
dation, about two inches broad an<
not quite as long as the sectioi
box. Some persons use tin sepa
rators between the section boxe
to prevent crooked combs, whic
will sometimes occur without sep
arators, but I do not think the sepa
rators pay for the trouble anai es
pense, as I have had very littli
trouble to pack honey for shipping
If the apiarian will put in his sec
Aion box as large a piece cf comi
foundation as I have designate<
a bove, made very thin and of par
bees wax, it will cost less than til
separators, and will not injure th
I use three kinds of hives, bu
make them so that one frame wi.
-1uit and fit each and every hive
have. 1 use the Langstroth fram(
Ssiz~e 17) inches long by 19) inche
high, ontside measure, and top ba
projecting at each end to hang o
ends of hive. I rabbet the ends c
hive to hang ends of frame on. Th
hive should be made so that therei
} - of an inch space between the hol
tomn bar of frames and bottom c
inve; and also same space at ends c
frames so as not to crush the bee
when handling the frames covere
- ith bees. I make my hives an
Sframes by hand. The frames I mak
Sof } strips, sawed from i pin
board, planed. I saw the strips i
a mitre-box made for the purpos'
andmail them with finishing nails
I1also fasten a narrow strip <
&comb foundation to top bar of fram~
to induce the bees to build straigk
I have stated that I use thre
inds of hives which I will no
briefly describe : No. 1 is a on<
story hive made 28 inches wide, th
centre of which is occupied by tb2
brood department on ten frame:
In the space at each side I plac
section boxes in Summer, and i
Winter I confine the bees to tne:
combs by two division boards an
fill _space between division board
-'and ends of hive with chaff; on to
I place a quilt or some warm cove:
inlg. No. 2 is a two-story, the low
er story exclusively for the broo
>department, containing ten frame
the upper story contains seve
brood frames in which are place
56 section boxes. The bottom c
upper frames reach within .of a:
inch of top of frames in lowe r stor'
- n Winter I take out frames in uppe
9story and move-the quilt down o:
frames in lower story. No. 3 is
-one and half story hive 18) inche
square, inside measure, and cor
--tains 13 frames in lower depari
nment and high enough to plac
section boxes on top of frame
by first placing i strips crosswis
on the frames, and covering as i:
-the others with a quilt, which
-prefer to board cover. I am hard
ly prepared to say which hive
like best, but think for real nic
,white comb honey I prefer the on
and half story hive for the reaso:
that in No. 1 and 2 the bees mus
-.pass over some section boxes ti
-reach those boxes above or beyond
-which is not the case-in number 2
as there is only one row of boxe
on top of the brood frames. Ar
*other advantage in No. 3 is that a
fast as the =boxes are filled an:
capped they -can be lifted out witl:
out disturbing the others and re
placed with empty ones, which i
much better than leaving all in ti.
close of honey season.
With my best wishes for the su<
cess of the old American Farme;
I remain. J. S.L.
Frederick County, Md.
~wF1~P ~ Pr DI,ING. - On
4 .IA WHO SAW A IGLE
Ain't it a curious thing that no
body ever secs a mule die ?' re
marked an old teamster in Gumbert
tnd Webber's saloon. 'No man
living ever saw a mule, I s'pose.
Thus remarked Mr. Daniels,
lighting a fresh cirgar. 'In 1850,
I was mining on the South fork of
the Yuba, and it came my turn to
cook for my gang. We took turns
each week, you know. Well, I was
going to show how economical I
could run the commissary. I wnnt
and bought a peck of dried ap
pies ; they were all stuck together
in a lump, but I got 'em jammed in
to the pot, poured in some water
and started the fire. Presently a
few of 'em began to rise to the top
of the pot, and so I skimmed 'em
off and put 'em in a pan. Pretty
soon some more bulged up, and I
l skimmed them off and put 'em in
the pan. The first thing I knew,
after I had skimmed that blasted
got a while, I had to t&another
pan, and then another, and by the
time I had got four pans heaped up
full, dang my skin if there wasn't
more apples in the pan than there
was in the pot. That is, I thought
so at the time. I kept getting
more pans and buckets and lard
cans, and all the while plumb
frightened to death for fear some
of the boys would come in and
-see how extravagant I was, for
I had been blowin' on how cheap I
1 could run the mess. The blasted
apples still kept a comin' out of the
pot. I put some papers on the
' door and covered 'em with fruit,
and, by Jove, the place looked like
a Santa Clara fruit-drying establish
1 ment, and the pot was still bilin'
S'What has that got to with a mule
r'Watit a minute, I'm comin' to
Sthe mule. Finally, I got desperate
'and dumped over twelve bushels
eof apples back of the cabin behind
a tree. In about an hour I heard a
-devil of a noise and ran out. What
fdo you suppose I found'? Why, a
ffo'ir.hundred-dollar mule kickin' in
the agonies of death. The apples
w'ere gone ; the mule nearly so.
SHe swelled up like a balloon, and
ethe first thing I knew busted.
ePledge my word, gentlemen he ex
fploded like a giant powder blast,
,and brought the whole camp to the
place. I kept st.ill ; they could not
a nd the mule, and it cost 'em $10
eto, advertise a reward for him in
tthe Sacremento Union. About
two weeks afterward they caught a
ecouple of fellows hanging round,
Vand they hung 'em. I was there,
-but did not say a word for fear the
eboys would find out how extrava
egant I had run the commissary.
~Let's have something.'
SA Low VOICE IN Woir.-x-Yes,
rwe agree with that old poet who
jsaid that a low, soft voice was an
excellent thing in woman. Indeed
pwe feel inclined to go much fur
ther than he has on the subject,
and call it one of her crowning
charms. No matter what other
;,attractions she may still have ; she
Smay be as fair as the Trojan Helen,!
iand as learned as the famous Hy
fpatria of ancient times ; she may
have all the accomplishments con
sidered requisite at the present!
day, and every advantage that
wealth can procmle, and yet if she
lacks a low, sweet voice, she can
never be really fascinating. How
often the spell of beauty is broken
by coarse, loud talking ! How often
you are irrisistibly drawn to a
plain, unassuming woman, whose
soft, silvery tones render her pos
itively attractive. Besides, we fan
cy we can judge of the character by
the voice ; the bland, smooth, fawn-!
ing tone seems to us to betoken
deceit and hypocrisy, as invariably
as the musical subdued voice in
dicates a genuine refinement. In
the social circle, how pleasant it is
to hear a woman talk in that low
key whick always characterizes the,
true lady ! In the sanctuary of
home, how such a voice soothes the,
fretful voice and cheers the weary
husband!i How sweetly such ca
dencesfloat through the sick chamn
er ; and around the dying bed,
with what solemn melody do they
breathe a prayer for a departing
Love never reasons, but profuse
ly gives ; gives, like a thoughtless,
prodigal, its all, and tr'embles then
lest it has done too little.
e:Wisdom and truth are immortal
R. Y. LEAVELL,
kt His METROPOLITAN FURNITURE STORE,
Offers the Largest and Best Stock of
FURN ' RE
Ever Exhibited in this Market.
BIED PARLOll M) IINM ROOM 8U8
All Styles of Finish and Prices.
U11RDROBES, SIDEBOARSF, SFS, TETE-1-TETES,
CHAIRS, all kinds, HAIR and COTTON
Mattresses, Bed Springs, Desks, Win
dow Shades, Sewing Machines,
And in short every al'ticle of Furniture known to the trade.
These Goods are all at LbW PRICES.
The Carpet Exhibitor---!he most perfect of all inv-entions.
Come, see and be convinced.
Nov. 17, 47- '_,t. Cl t -n Y -ME A V L L
FAHION ABL 0 C THING E1N 1l4
COLU MBIA, S.C..
IIA .i .T R CE!YED the
Largest and iost Complete Stock of
SPRiNG C LOTHING
that h1: ever i'1n m the ate, and
AT PRICES TO SUIT TILE T131ES!
Suits of Mlie's' Phaume! ar 1t 2 5.
\01'. (;h ;v:or S:iis A LL VO(fl . iav atl at ;+.+.
Youth's Sui:s 1:.5 ) 0 I. "
Boys' Suit: N1 5., S;; , : 5u m 0
ineti Stoc of TALuO LRT TAW HATS. Manlills in
stlad'es of Silvr, T tn. (loco' it n:1d Whi.
I have added a sock of FIN E SII()E the article found to complete a
ou fit. Ga:uarantieed ..ot to np or tlreak. If they do, will be replaced by
another pair. Apr. 13, 15 tf.
CUSTOM CLOT ING
EIIS FLTUIII 1HiDOODS!
I am still keepitng up my reputattionl for
making the Finest Cutstomn Work in the
State. My! Cutter is alive to all the latest
styles as the?y make their appearance in
fashionable circles. None but first-class
-Samples sent on application. A full line
of (only!) French and English Suitings al1
WW?IS on han'd.
On Ha~nd---WhXitIe Ducik, anid Faney VTests and
Nobby D)usters a Specialty.
W. 0. SWAFFIELD, Agt.,
oc ,OL.TCOLUMBIA,_S. O.
D)IRECI' IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
COLUM3BIA, S. C.
THE LARCEST VARIETY OF
M EC!IAN ICS' TO OLS of every description.
Wagon an. i C.irriage Building and Trinmming Material.
Circular Sr :s ot al1 sizes furniished to order.
India Iloubber and Leathe~r Belting; India Rubber and IIemp Packing.
L:icinrg, Babbitt .Met.tl, Machinery Oils, Files and Itasps of all kinds.
Lime, Ce:i'eur, Pl-.ster, IIlair, Laths, Grindstones.
W indow Glass, Paints, 'ai!s, Varn inhes, Brushes, &c.
OF iLL KINDS.
Sucar Cane M ins, Sugzar Pans and Evaporators, Fan Mills.
Thresbers and separa tors, Woven '"ire for Screens, BoI:ing Meal, &c.
Corn Slers, Feel i mters, lloes, .sxes, Hames, Shovels, Sp:ales.
Solid Stecel Pfoughs of all kin:is. P!ough Steel and Iron, Bick Bands.
Coil, Wagon,V We. and~ 1lalter Chains, Tire, Band and Rod Iron.
Grain Cradies, Grain and (Grass Se-:thee, &c., &e.
IHas rhe agency for' theC celebra-ed WAE ' I PLOUGIlS and C1stin:s of all kinds, which
rre sold at reduced prices.
All go-i reed as renreeonteci. Orders accomnieid wi:n the monecy or satisfac
torv y referneI~C w~in have pu nupt and careful :attentionr. Oct. d, 4l1-tf.
e-n JIaich ines.
I a:a~ :n!nufnte; Uiia' thr e sty?5 ' of Swing Ma!chineCs andI selln them at such
as ti defv l con,Is!itiou'. N.> sIOt.iy need be without :a Machine, and no
per,, . o ut of 'i emp..y-nnt a fter re,ing!E this
No. 1. Style,
The "Centennial," h "es,
tkes -.e itch dir eetly
romt t wo spills. is war-Y
rated to do Ie whole tiMcheiswra
rauge of Sam i fl weinge ad o e
with the ure:ateTt a ueao Mchiei
and mo~st i: ice~t man
No. 3. Syleo."T. Triyne,
maesatwil it e te oc tic Cai sith Trhpia Embierystit"
aodisth fttst ewngMahte eerinened srictly fistcl0sSht
Sewiu~~~~~~~~~~~l Machine Aissadohr il idti rn o rant e
gag i a roitalebusnes. en foCrcuarandTrs toSne n ob
au acre o eroaciei
andisthefie eing Tneeve nte Pricest Stle30.ewn
I GRAID iILDIIIAL WI'
PHE STUDY OF MUSIC SIMPLIFIED.
'he Labor of'er Accmp,fllisied in Wet'eks by
the Newi II1(U1etivt MIetho(i f*or thie
PIANO AND ORGrAN
mrs. . Clark
Has Opened a STUDIO over R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
Store for the Reception of Pupils.
llavin 'Tanuht this Method in the North with Unpar:dleltd sueeess: also in (reen
rille, S. C.. now OITers her Service-zanl the Method to the CITIZENS OF NESBE I RY
a- It is imossihle to set forth ALL THE A DVANTAGES this Method has over the
1t systeml, ini all Atdverti-eune1t. lit, invite all interested to Call at t he Stndio. or SCud
IT SAVES TI.IE AN[ MONEY. It is so Simple that even a Chld of Five Years can
It does :way with years of dIru1/t:erv.
It takes the I'upil tIliost innue' liatety into the Science of Mnsical Com1pos 'ions. and
iontinues tie s:uie throizhIneit Ihe whole Course of I nstr etion.
1' is not a superticial method. )t. applies to -l. Music precisely as it is writt en. with
out :1n-, .am :ge whatever.
It commends itself at once to the edneated class of the community.
This Method is entirely (litiere: t from the 011 System.
An Opp)Oi'ltufity is ofc'A' i t all 1') f/|tl)t it 1asical E:ue tion in at short tlite and
jor Les. I;. pernSc thtn ever before.
Sany of my Pupils in the South are now successnlly Teaching thi; Method,
which was gained at a nominal expense, while my exptense "or Tuitlon alone was FlOUi
IOLLA INN per Lesson.
This Met hod "ul1 Is the mi:)ximl hat "Whatever shortens the road to learning, length
ens life and increases nusefibolnss.'
Terms, 50 ets. Per Lessoin..
Bu11 Boo t l Sh!, t 10i wl.,lvl bc Farmtsle<l on 3oeaeT a
FoR FUITilER1 PACTT L.\lS. (ALL ON Ol ADDRESS.
MRS. W. H. CLARK,
Feb. 2, 8-t f. N wheI)r1y, S. C.
prior to auy we h e
TWIN EHGriti .gB' k
G. te.tGdrmany. U1 17. B . hite. R .MC hm
AR]eSTtFLO ERStnd roF iSPuRhijING."IN
IND SniuTOR d y
R TIU AMRfCat H~l,S C ,ti~ i ~t n~ tt htte r u
EA TF L p eri or a it',i ehMc.2' .t
LARGtE TOWLS a.1c
G eo IENTS rtSILK H AD . R F. EF;i. (Bau ies) at ~>c. noh
LADI ooE.' JINEN llt E RillE. (Jargins)B atp .
L. A. DIiS 'L A W H AD. R_il l EF, . at:e at
G. W.Holl SES' SUN H.ATS Walte Z.P.e,es
Ghae ulte . W amn. U B ht* .L.~cagrn
GntsbC',lh'any,y [T URS SEY,M Ar , LVSSlTRUNKS,
\ ALSE RLITELSTR n NEEOLERSOS.RN .
DRESSOODS i l h oete ofth sEao.ADrieUnDAKSL
WRIGT'S HOTEL, U c, . - COLUMBIA, S. C.
EXC LSORN SORKET:ES
-Ial reqiremnts,andArMveICoSuitall prses
Loube EodTDOrsLSatetaWod Gate
- matSIK ADKRi[cF~ (helf,Bring ato. igmcHarh
LA IE' LNElatCe, Ewigin (MrFlsatp neve.ibeGs
LAI)IES L uNnin I1NKLngE~ C ros ie.a Duleort
-ACenters,W H eavy RIingCes, lum ntedFir
oISES' sU h, ketno Nicke ael,ec
Mea,uthctured byo IAACT. SHTPPARDBtY NEC CO., aLOre, TMd.S
DRSAtD i l l nvliso the seewon.AodriveinHoLAClSILtS
wr:ETntE CLTofiLCECRAN o Uphltery. :ma
WAcT'CES CLO~SCLOS, J IEELY,. DUCS,YLRS, rotale ceebted c
Siver eard Plto eld01 30) Ware cepy an lo u hi-m the Se byiac
SPEALSDSPECTECES, Mar E, UNDS.
Mat- RESNTS NE BERY:H TEL
WEDDI~~ AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. Z - __________________
IN ENDLESS VARiET.
Columbia & Greenville Railroad,
P.1SSENGxto'I ER I_\RFl-N-T.
CUIl-U M i. . '. (~.. April ati. lI,"
na 1:al :iiler Iti:sdav. April ;th. l l. the
1' . I:\(, 'I TlIl INS %Vill run a- herenith in
uicate d upn thiis road and its bra ches.
I)aily. except tiundayc.
No 42. Cl' PASSENi:;l:.
Letve ('~luanib:a.A - - II.;+1 :, m
Ai-tun.1; - - - - 1. 2 p in
Newberry. - - - - s.5 y m
Ud..s. - - - 431 p i
Arriv Giretnville. - - - - 1 p 1n
No. 3. DOWN PASS.NGElI.
Leave ( recuville. -- -1.-~-a in
lie-toll. - - - 12.u1 p n
Ilodges. - - 1 19 p m
" Newberry, - - - 4.13 , m
Al-ton.E-: - - 5.1 p n
Arrive Colunbia.F - - .1h p n
Leave Newberry. - - - - 4.10 p n
Arrive at Laurens C. 1H.. - - 7.. " i n2
Leave Laurens C. H., - - - 9.3a'a in
Arrive at Newberry. - - . 12.3o p n
Leave Hodges. , - 4.4. p i
Arrive at A bbeville. - 5.3) p1m
Leave Abbeville. - - - - ------2. p un
A rii-.ea:t l2 s - - - 11
BLU I: o::U i:A.':l1 I ) A NP A.N)i. UN
Leave 1>elton at. 5.:3 p n
" A wh:e-!n a :1 p rn
A P ((1,11%eiiton ; li p m
P 1'et. ii.le 7 11 p n
Lt': . se>..eC C . I.4 ) I I
ArrAe at 11 a!l:.1ai S2: , n m
Leave Waiha:la at. - - 9.5 a n
Leave S::eca D. ".43 a m
" Perrvvil:e, - - 951P a n
" Pendleton. - - 1-.23 a mi
"1 Anderson, - - 11 a n
Arrive at Beiton. - - 11.49 a n
A. W:th South Caroliu:l tailroad from Char
With Wilmingtou. Cu!umbia aid Au.nsta
I: tilr-: from Wilminutou and all
points North thereol.
With (ha::rioltte. ('oun,bia and Augusta
l;ail fromt Charlotte and all points
N\ort'1 t hereof.
1. With lpi rmburg. Uuni and Columbia
Iilroad tfor Spartauiburg and 'I! points
on the Spartanburg a:i Ashevil!"=
C. C Wit ii Atlanta and Ciharlotte A ir Lin Rail,
way or Atlanta and all poi,:t South
D. With Atianto and Charlotte Air Liuce Rail
way from Atlanta and beyond.
E. With Spartanburg. Union and Columbia
Itei!ro.d fromnSpartanburg and points
ou Spartanburg and Alheville Railroad.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for CharIes
With Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
Standard Time used is Wa>hingter.. D. C.,
which is fifteen minutes faster than Coluniia.
.1. W. FRY. Gen'l Supt.
A. POPE. General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after January 9. 1L Passenger
Trains on this road will run as follows unI
til further notice :
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
Leave Columbia at - - - - LOr P. ML
Arrive Ca1mdlen at - -. - - .1' . M!.
Arrive Charleston at - - 11.15 P. 3!.
GOING WEST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.)
Leave Charleston at - - - 6.20 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - -- 7.20 A. M1.
Arrive Columbia at - - -11.:30 A. M!.
WAY FREIGHIT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Columbia at - - - 5.30 A. M.
.\irrive Camden at..-.-..-..-.1....1.
Arrive Augusta at..-.-..-..-..2'i P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 2.00 P. 31.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYs.
*Leave Charleston at - - 9.00 A. M.
Leave Augusta at - - - 7.55 A. 31.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 6.20 P. 31.
*Passengers leaving Columbia or Charles
ton on these trains will have to change ears
at Brar.chville to reach Charleston at 2.00J P.
M., or Colmbia at 0.20) P. M!.
GOING EAST D)AILY.
Leave Columbia at - - - 9.:l0 P. ML
Arrive A ugusta at..-.-.-..7.5.5 A. 3i.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 7.00 A. 31.
GOING WEST DAILY..
Leave Charleston at - S .10 P. M.
Leave Augusta at.-.-.-.-......... 31.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.2 A. 3.
On Columbia Division Night Express
Trains run daily; all other Trains daily ex
On Augusta Division all Passenger Trains
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express Trains-berths only $ 1.50-between
Columbia. Charleston and Augusta. On
Satre odv and Sundays, round tr*ip tickets
aesl~oand from all Stations at one0 first
class fare for the round trip, good till Mlon
daty noon to return. Connections made
at Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
Ra:ilroadl by train arriving at Columbia at
11.30 A. 31. and leaving Columbia at 6 00 P.
3., to and from a'll points on that Road;
also with Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad going North by train arriving at
Columbia at 11:30 A. 3!.: passengers coining
South will have to take traiun leavingz Colum
bia at 1.:50 P. M1. At Charleston with Steam
ers for New York on Wednesdays and Satur
days; also, with steamer St. John for JTack
sonville and points on St. John River on
Tuesdlqvs atndl Saturdays: also, with Savan
nah andl Charleston Railroad to all points
Connections5 are made at Au:usta with
Georgia Railroad andl Central Railroad to
and from all points South and West.
Through tickets can be p)urchasedl to all
points South and West, by applying to
A. B. DESAUSSURIE, Agent, Columbia.
D. C. AL LEN, G.P. &T. A.
JOHN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
SPARTANBURO, UNION & 00O.UMBIA R. R.,
SPARTANBUJRG & ASIIEVILLE R. R.
SPUtTANBURtG, S. C., Sep. 27, 1SSI.
On :nd aufter the above da:e the fohoivin't
Shewh:les wvilil.be run over there Rialis daii;y,
Leave Aiston........ ...........') p. mn.
" Union .................... 45 p. mn.
Arrive~ Spartan burg. .... ........8.30 p. m.
Leave Spar-anburg......... ....1.30) p. mn.
Arrive at HIendersonville..........00 p. mi.
Close connection is made at Ahton with
train from Conumbia on Greenvitle & C. tum
bia Road. At Columbia, connection is made
fronm Ch.irlestonl, Wilmington and Amrusta.
At Spirtanhu arg, COnnncCtion is madetl at
Air Lih,: Depot with trains Ironm Attlmia
and Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn
A.t ilendersonville, co,nnection is madec
with a first che5 Line of Stag~es to Ashev ille,
arriving there the same evemngia.
Parties desiroue of visiting Cx -ar s H-ead
or other points of interest can be prov ild
vith first e!as coaveyantces f rom tihe Livery
Sables in IIendrsonIviile at rceasonable
Will leave fiendiersonvi!c. .........0 00 a. mn.
Leave Spar;aalburg.............10 10 a..m.
Leave Uniorn..-.---........12 10 p. mn.
Arrive at Alston...............3.17 p. mn.
These Roads are in excellent condition;
furnished with first class Coaches; provided
with all necessary appliances for safety aind
comnfo:t orf Passengers. At Spartanburg q1nd
Hnersor.v ille the Hotel accommiodations
ar now ample for a large increase of travel.
They will be found well suppliedI with good
Mountain fare at reasonable ra tes.
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
This comm:odious edifice, situated on
MAIN STR~EET, NEWBER~RY, S. C., and
knowsn as the
i ow- opet, and1 invits the ople one anmd
al to cal and know~ what ca be done at a.ll
1 1~ IC..
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H i L . Ho Restored
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