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LOCAL ITEMS.
Wo call attention to tho ShoritTs
salos.
Why have not tho sovoral townships
eont up tholr reports of Domo,
cratio organizations on tho 4th?
JRomombor your township meetings.
If you havo organized, inoreaso your
I Lf? 1 O f. |
momuersuip; 11 nut, gw wu wuru una
do so at once.
??? ??
Tlioro will bo on oclipBo of tho sun
on tho 25th inst., at 3, P. M. Duration
of tho oclipso, 50 minutes.
*
Bald Knob, tho highest mountain
in tho Stato, which was used last year
n? a signal station, by U. S. Coast Sur
voy, is twolvo miles North of Pickens*
Col. It. A. Thompson, \V. C. Koith,
nnd J. S. Yornor, tho entire ouitorial
corps of the Kcowoo Courier, attended
court last week. Tho Devil run tho
Courier last week sure, and ho id f?ood
"runist."
? 4^
Ilorso-racks aro badly nocdcd in
our town, and should bo arcctcd in
Buch ..positions and in such a way as
that horses tied to them could not get
upon tho sido walks, to the great an- :
noyanco and dangor of cvory pedos^ j
tnun.
*
In tlio list, ot tlio Grand Jurors
drawn to Bcrvo at tlio next Term of
tho U. S. Court for this Stato, wo notice
tl>o name of Maj. J. II. Ambler, !
of thia County.
Lot ovory township in Pickcna
1- 1 f
viunuij' jjv iu worn unu lurin jyonio-'
.* cratic clubs. If wo would win tho
work must go on. Our political sal
vntion dcponde upon tho present Democratic
movement against poliiiea'
tricksters, and a neffro-judgo rulo. j
That distinguished jurist, lion. A. >
Burt, who wa? in attendance up-1
on our court last weelc. and who wns
?
'omployed bjr tlio Richmond and At- '
lantn Air-Lino Railroad, to assist in ,
tlio prosecution of Smith and Rothcr,
for placing obstructions upon that,
road, paid io his plondings that this j
was tho first jury wholely composed
of whito men that ho had had tho ^ood !
fortuno to address sineo 1868.
Tlio Spring Term of' tlio Court)
>y!??c!> nnonod on the Gili inst., conliiiuod
tho wliolo week. Tlio business
of tlio Term was rapidly disposed of
by Jlis Honor, Judgo Cooke, in liis
usual and very efficient man nor. A
I Ulimlvnii rf-v# ? -1 ?-1
IIII1IIUVI W1 UU1 |)>.U|MC ItUUIIUUU
tho Court throughout llic ontiro woek.
On thocriminal sido of tho Court sovoral
canes woro tried us*follows:
The State vs. Mrs. Lucrotia Dacus
and others, for obstructing public i
highway: verdict, not guilty,
Tho State vs. Win. Walker, for burglary:
vordiot, guilty. Sontenco ol
tho Court, ono year in tho Penitentiarv.
Tlio Stato v?. Zip Mansion, for
grand larcony: rerdict, guilt}'. Son"
tenco, two yoars in tlio Penitentiary,
Tho gicatcaeo of tlio Torm, and tlio
hoaring of which occupied two days,
'v an: The Stato vh. James C. Smith
find .Tnlin Rnt.lim* fill'
tions on tho Air Lino Railway and
tho conHcqnont throwing off tlio train
from tho track. Tho Stato was represented
by tho Solicitor, Air. lily tho,
assisted by Mr. Hart,of Abbeville: tho
dofoudunts by R. A. Child, oflhis bar,
W. II. Perry and ?T. II. Whitner, of
tho Greonvillo bar, and W. C. Koilh
^>f the Walhalla bar. Aftor tho ca?o
was argued pro and con by tho several
connsil with groat ability; Ilis Honor
chnrgod tho jury in his usual lucid
Btylo, and tho Jury, aftor a a consul- |
'tation of a few minutes, roturnod a
vnrdict of guilty. Tho oontonco of tho '
Court was, fivo yoars at hnrd labor in (
tne I'cnitontinry?cortainly a light
puniuhmont for such a liionous crime*
On tlio civil aido of tlio Court sovs
oral casos woro dinposod of, and 1 ho
usual routino of Court business transacted.
Tho Court adjourned on Saturday
at noon.
jjyer McJunkin?twolvo mor.ths
' fng? yon wero tried and convicted of
tho murdor of JatncH Trottor, nnd
-fiontouood to bo hanged. You woro
dcfcndod by ablo counsol, Col. Win.
C.'Koith and .John S. Yornor, Esq.,
who bcinrf dinontUfi nil w'il K ~ I
a UUII- I
viotion, appealed your cubo to the |
Supromo Court of >Stuto, which has
rondorcd its judgment thoioon, di<missed
tlio snmo, and remanded you
to ihi? Court for ro Hontoncoof death
You liuve invoked llio aid and power
oi the highest tribunal in tho Stnto I
I without avail, and judgraont ofdoath
must agaiu Do pronounccd upon you.
In pooforming thin very unpleasant
and most solemn duly, I am at a loss
for appropriato language, as will of-*
fcctually im prose your mind with tho
paramount and absoluto necessity of
your proparing without a moments
delay for death, Tho law doclares
nothing but your liio will satisfy tho
i demands of justice. Your lifo must
pay tho lorfoit of your crime; and
would you cscapo death otornal, lot
mo ontrout you to enst tho burden of
your soul upon God. God alono can
wash, and thoroughly cleanse vour
Bin^stainod soul of tho blood of Jnmos
Trotter, nnd propnroyou to moot tho
morciful, righteous, yot storn Judge
of nil tho oni'th, in ponco. Foolings
of solemnity nnd inexpressible awe
must lo nn extont, crowd themselves
upon tho mind of tho dvincr i/ood
o o
man. And oh! wliat must bo tho horrors
attending tho death of him whoso
hands arc not froo from tho blood of
his follow man. You havo nothing to
complain ol iho counsel who dofcndod
3'ou, or tho jury that found you guilty.
Your dofonco was ablo and complete
as ic could have been. You had
tho bonefit of a fair and most iinpars
tiul trial, and I feol and bcliovo you
woro properly convicted. I rogret,
thcrof'oro, to say, that 1 cannot hold
out to you any hopo of Executivo
clotncncy in your behalf. I earnestly
entreat you, therefore prayerfully, to
considor. tho solemnity of your situation.
God alono can savo you from
death eternal. Loolc unto ILim for
salvation, and porhnps lie will admit
VOUr i?1 ea?nerhans will hnm* vmip I
? 4 I J
prayer.
Skntknce.
Dyor McJunkin, prisonor at tho bar,
having boon convicted of murder, tho
sentence of the Court in, that ho bo
taken liencc to tlu> place whence ho
last came, and there bo cloeoly and
securely confined in tho Conntj' jail of
PieSvontt Countv until Frith.v tl.n
tw entystliird day of Juno A. D. 1870,
and that on tho faid day, ho bo taUcn
by ti?o Sheriff of na id County to tlio
place of public execution on the jail
lot of said County, and then and thoro
botwcon the hours of eleven o'clock
in the forenoon and tbreo o'clock in
the afternoon, by him, tho said Shei,"?
in oi 1'icKons Uounty, bo hanged by
bis nock 11 it Li I h ih bodj' bo dead, dead,
and m:i\ (Jod liavo mercy on bis soul.
T. II. Cook k
Judgo Kighth Circuit.
ciratuitlous Advick.?This spocioR
of adyico is not always acceptable,
but doubtless in man}' instances much
benefit would bo derivod wero it
promptly noted upon. Mo section ol
the country is exempt from disoano
and many regions has its "ilia that
flosh is heir to." To know the best
iliCitiift Gi COiiibitliiig tiiiS COMITIOn Ofl*i
om}', with the least injury to our
pockets and tastes, is certainly a great
advantage. At this season we must
expect Torpid Liver,congested spleen,
vitiated bilo and inactive bowels, and
nil prudent persons should supply
thomeclves with Tutt'a Livor Pills,
which will stiinuluto tho livor, relievo
tho cngcrgod spleen, (fctermino a
healthy flow of hilo, tlfUs regulating
tho bowels and causing all unhealthy
secretions to pass oil' in a natural
manner. Ileinoinbor that "an ounce
of preventive is worth more than a
pound of cure."
!'. ' * 1 - '1
Coiisumptoii Cured.
An old physician, retired from active practice,
having had placed in hin hands by an
East India Missionary the formula of a simple
Vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, lironchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma and all Throat and Lung affections'
also ft Positive and Radical Cure for Nervous
Debility and Nervous Complaints, nfter having
thoroughly testeil its wonderful curative
powers in thousands ot cases, feels it his duty
to make it known to his sufTeiing fellows. Actuated
by this motive, nnd n conscientious de- j
Birc to relieve human sufTeiing, lie will send
(free of charge} to all who desiro it, this reccpe,
with full directions for preparing and
BiiccesHfully lining. Sent by roturn mail by
addressing with stamp, naming this paper.
Du. W. C. Stkvkns,
Munroe IMock, Syracuse, N. Y.
mmi roam school.
NINE
TIMES, S. C.
rpllE presant session of the above .School
_l_ opened January 3d, 1H70, and will con11
iino therefrom (ho scholastic year.
Terms of tuition per session of ten months.
For Primary Department, $4 00
For Intermediate Department, f> 00
For Advanced Department, 7 50
Board in (lie best of families can bo lia<l at
from five to seven dollars per month. No deduction
made for lost. Limn. in / nana of
protracted Hicknc?8. No studont admitted
into tho school, except by Hiih.scriplion.
For further particulars, address the I'rin |
cipal at Nino Times.
J NO. (> WALLACE.
Jail 27, 1870 21 <>iu |
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grant
ME THE OPPORTUNITY ANI) I ASSURK
you that I
Will
Prove to all, tlmt I havo as good and cheap
lot of Confections aa any to bo found, and
thero is
* -r
IN Ot
A mnn who can beat ray Stock of Canned
Goods. Besides the above, I have purchased
a stove, and a nico Lunch of Fresh Oysters
can
B e
iinu in any time, provided I am not I
E 1 e c t e d
Intendant, in which ease you might,
Again,
iltiVo to go home hungry and moneyless,
t
15 u t
Hoping no such missfortune awnits mo, I
cordially invite all my hungry friends to give
mc a call, and t
Will
Appease their hunger on short notice and at
low figures, as my object is to live and let
L i v e in
These hard times. Dont forget. to call on J.
11. GLAZKNEK, wlio cun be found in the l'ost
Oflicc at
Easley Station.
Dcc 2, 1875 11 tf
A
mmwmwmMW
....0....
ARRIVED and rciuly for delivery, 100
barrels LIME.
AN1>
500 HAGS GUANO. For sale by
11. E. IIOLCOMHE & SON.
Eftslty, S. C., .Inn. 27, 1870 21 tf
Wanted!
Everybody who read the Skntixkl
to know that
Hendricks & Williams
Have, and will keep on hand at
EASLEY STATION,
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MEItfiFI A N DISK wliw>li ii.AU '"in
, Ml
sell as cheap as tlio clieapost, consisting
in part of
BACON and LARD,
SU(JAIi and COKFBE,
FLOUIt and MOLASSIS*4,
T.TO. A 'rvr 10 I? . v... cat '11
ji.^niiuiv ?v i' oaui,
CIIEESK and CRACKBUS,
CANDY, FLSII, TOBACCO, &c., &c.
Woolen ami Cotton Goods, Latest
Stifles of Ladies', Men's and ChilHrnii'u
TTnta ot?/1 '
v? i w w jvx'vig t?i I V4 kJIIU^'Oi 1 'VJOl
Standard Prints at 10c. per yard
Ready Mado Clothing at $5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuance
of the same, and cordially invito
ALL whocomo to Easioy Station to
f?i vo them a call.
LEGAL XOTH'HN.
STATF OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
Pickkns County.
IN PliOBATIi COUKT.
Andrew J Cotlirnn l'lninliir, ngninst. William
J Cotlirnn, Joseph W Colhran, Henjiimin
F Cotlirnn, Martini K Cotlirnn, Eliza Colli
run, aianaia suttles, Mary Dodsou, alias
Mnry Harris, Jane Durham, Ilcbecca McKiney,
Thompson W Tolleson, and all pcr~
sons or owners, having or claiming to have
any interest in tho premises sought to bo
partitioned in this action, Defendants.
Copy of Summons.
Petition and Complaint for Partition of Real
Estate, Sio.
To William J Cothran, Joseph W Cothran,
Tt.nlnmin I.' / '/.I I. U'/Vll
1/VMJO'HiU VUlHMtll, ifKMIIKI li VVUIII (III, Ijll/.iljj
Cothran. Mahalla Suttles, .Vary Dodson, nlias
Mary Harris, .'anc Durban, Rebecca Mc?
Kiney, Thompson \V ToUeBon, and all persons
or owners, having or claiming to have any
interest in the premises sought in be par?
titioned in this action, legal beits, representatives
and assignees of Samuel W Oothran
deceased, who died intestate:
You are hereby required to appear at the
Court of l'robato to be holden at IMckens
uourt mouho on tru'ay (ho 71li ilr.y of <-lpril
next, at 11 o'clock a. in., for l'iekens County,
to show cause, if any you can, why the Hon!
Estat^f Samuel W. Coll)run, deceased, des.
cribcinn the Petition and Complaint of An*
drew J. Colhran, filed in my office, flhould
not bo divided or .sold, allotting to the ?aid
Andrew .1. Cothron, one undivided twentieth
of the whole, and to each of the Defendant*
abovo named, whatever portion of the same,
(hey may legally be entitled to receive.
Given under my linnd und seal of oflicc at
I'ickens Court' llonse, 11iis tho 20tli day of
January A, I). 1870.
I. If. PHILPOT, j.r.p.o.
C, L. HOLMNGSWORTH,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Jan 2?, 1H70 22 6
* * T n* I.1 ? uv n M a.iki
ATTORN BY AND COUNARLLOR AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Prnclices in (lie Circuit ourt and CQurt o
l'robute for l'iokcns ounly.
May 10 -12 flnji
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AT
McFALL'S,
WHEN YOU COME TO PICIvJ
ENS, where you will find a
FRESH STOCK of
tl u v ft n n n n I
u k\ k U u u U i),
NOTIONS,
BOOTS, SHOES & JIM'S,
Groceries,
Crockery and Tinware.
?ALSO?
A LOT OP GOOD
Tobacco as and Sejars,
In short, a httlo of everything.
Cull in, and if yon dont sco what yon
want.
Ask For It.
Respectfully,
W.T. McFall.
Oct 14, 1875
NEW GOODS!
IMIBlfl MHiiMiiii m + mmm
bllUUKtiin rUKNISHlKB BUOQS.
BOOTS, SIIOUS, AND HATS,
SADDLES, liRIDI.KS and
H A RNESS,
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, and FLOUR,
' CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W A. LESLEY & SON'S.
NOTICE!
Wo linvo received our
Fall aimI Winter (ilooils<
and aro prepared to sell goods at low figures.
We have on hand two car loads of Suit ami
two?ar loads of llagging and Tics, which
wc propose to sell at Greenville prices.
Highest cahh price paid for C)tton.
Wrapping Paper at Wholesale Prices,
no.ltf K. K. HOLCOMUE A SON.
Easts; School'
o
rpiIK FIRST SESSION of the above School
JL will bagin Montlay, the 3(1 day of Jaiinarjr,
1870.
For terms, eto., athlrcim Iho Principal,
J. Q. STOCKMAN,
Eanloy, Slalion, S, C.
Jan 0, 187 G 18 Zm
I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
(t> I a day at homo. Agents wanted. OutJL
/V fit and teruie free. Truo & Co., Augusta,
Maine.
A FARM OF YOUR OWN
THE BEST mwrn HARD TIMES!
r? t t 1
r icc nomesteacis
?AKIJ TIIR??
Befit and Clieapeat liailroad Land
ARK ON THE LINK OF TllF.
Union lvaclfic Itailroail,
IN NEBRASKA.
Securc a IIouic n?w. Full information sent
i free to nil pnrls of I he world. /Iddress O. F.
DAVIS, Lnnd Commissioner U. 1'. K. 11.,
Omalm, Neb.
U ? tvn t> ? i:- _ ?
.... ^ .vvounig, isycnomancy, KascinaIVL
(ion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, showing how either sex may
fascinate anil gain the love anil affection of
any person they choose instantly. 100 pages,
lly mail /if) cents, Hunt & Co., 13'J S. 7th St.,
Philadelphia.
Aivivl'KR WEEK guaranteed to Adonis,
ft / /Male and Fcmnle, in tlieir locality.?
Uj I / Terms and OUTFIT FREE, Address
T1 'p. O. V1CKEKY & CO., Augusta, Me$;,
to $20 per day at home. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
Fits and Epilepsy
POSITIVELY CURED.
The worst cases of tlio longest standing, by
using Dr. Huudard'h Cure.
It Iin.s Cured Thousand*,
and will give ?1,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to all addressing
J. K. Uinnr.l-:, Chemist, Otlice: 1355 Broadway,
New York.
Ten years ago Messrs. Geo. P- Howell &
J Co. established their advertising agency in
New York City. Five years ago they absorbed
the business conducted by Mr, John
Hooper, who was the first in f" ,l,!"
_ -w (ijvr ?i.%W UIIO
kind of enterprise'. Now they have the satisfaction
of controlling the extensive and conu
plctc advertising connection which lias ever
been secured, and one which would be hardly
possible in any other country but this. They
have succeeded in working down a complex
business into so thoroughly a systematic
method that no change in tho newspaper system
of America can escape notice, while the
wildest information unoit all innino
- L J-.? =
ing to advertisers is placed readily at the
disposal of the public.
New Yor It Tim cm, June 14,1875.
STONO PHOSPHATE C 0-,
CHARLESTON, S. U.
SLUBLH GUANO, (Available IJono IMios
fjiimu 01 umc, i?.oi) per ccnt. Ammonia,
3.11 per cent.) April 1st, ?44; November 1st,
$60. Ootlon optional?Middlings at 15 cents.
$05.
ARID 1MIOSPIIATE, (Available Hone
Phosphate of Lime. 22.8:1 per cent.) April
1st, $28; November 1st, $30. Cotton optional.
?45.
Special rates to Granges on cash orders.
For particulars, apply to
E. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston, S. C.,
Or to
II ACDOD t- AT.1JV*wiM?n
Pickens, S. C.
li. E. I10LC0MBE,
Ensloy, S. C.
J. W. LIVINGSTON,
Seneca City, S. C.
Jan 27, 1870 21 3m
OEO. WILLIAMS ?V < o's
CAROLINA FERTILIZER. |
77/1J11 It A DL E rs PA TENT FEU TIL IZ Ell
ANl)
TIIE PALMETTO SOLUM V ACID
1'IIOS PHA TE,
Have been used by the Planters of llio South
for Ten (10) Years with mntciilces success.]
i noy H<jnrrciy need encomiums lo rccomnicncl
llicir continued use. The sinmliml of I hoi 1|
excellencies guaranteed, and their results
prove BEYOND QUESTION that EVE It Y
PLANTER wlio is alive to HIS OWN' INTERESTS
slionM 1'URCIIASE NO OTHER FERTILIZER.
IIAGOOD & A LEX ANI> BP.,
Agents at Pickons, t). CJ.
IIUDUENS <fc BOLT,
Agents at Est Icy Station, S. C.
Jan 27, 1S7G " 21 3m .
Sheriff's Sales.
BV virtue of an execution to me directed,
I will sell lo (lie Inchest bidder, at Centrftl
Station, on Saturday, IStli instant, the
following nrlieles, viz:
I Mosler lialnnanti & Co. Safe
1 l'nir Buffalo SealoH, drawing l,0UO 11 ?s.
" .sacks hall,
II i'nir Women's $hoap,
ft l'air Men's Shoes,
7 l'air Men's Gaiters,
8 l'air Hoots,
/? Saddles.
51 Grind Stones.
1 Siovo and fixtures*
I Axes.
ft Shovels.
'2 Holts Jeans.
1 Lot. Crockery Ware.
1 Lot Tobacco.
i,cvii'u on as ino property 01 nosier .v nosier,
at the snils of Daniel Kline, Duck & Co'
AI.SO,
All the interest that W. II. Hosier lias in
llic following articles:
1 Moslor Kallmann & Co. Safe,
1 l'air Bnll'alo Scales, drawing 1,000 lbs.
2 .Sacks .Salt,
*11 l'air Women's Shoos,
0 l'air Moil's Shoes,
7 l'air Men's (Jailers,
8 l'air I tools,
f) Saddles.
Levied on i?h I he properly of \V. II. Hester,
at Ihc suit of.James Fisher.
Terms Cash.
' .1 111 LEY I'KUC.USON, s.e.c.
1 March -, 187 7 lii} 2
-I "" f?i' i!
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Librtv Station, A.L.R.B.
I
o
ENTIRE NEW STOCK!
I RESPECTFULLY IMFOM TUB!
citizens of Pickons County and
sui'Coundittg country, that I
havo opcnod a now and
fi'osh stock of
DRY-GOODS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE & CROflKttRV.
- f
LAMPS & KEROSEtf OIL.
I hnvo now and will continn ally
kcop on hand quantities ot ]JACON(
MOLASSES, and SALT.
I have just received 400 sacks.Flourj
'20 barrels of Mackerel?consisting o(
whole barrels, half barrels and quarter
barrels; 15 barrels Sugar; and 10
bucks uoiioc. All of whioh will ba
sold ohcapcr than in any other Country
Store in Pickens. All who wioh
the abovo articles at low prices, vriU
(io will to call on me, beforo purchase
ing clsowhore.
w unrnimi
^^??pajps$
1 want delivered at LiCorty 1006,?
000 Sliingle8jr,10,000 bushels of Cornj
lor both ot which the highest market
prices will be paid,
S. M. 1IOLCOMB&
Liberty Station, Doc. 7, 1875 ?tf
NEW Fill EW GOODS!
New Prices!
HAVING;FORMED A PARTNER.
SHIP 1'iJL1 j iiiijRCA NT IB
BUSINESS, AND
OPENED IN
T II E
MASONIC HALL
AT
PICKENS COURT HOUSE
o .
WE HAVE IN STORK AND TO
arrivo a largo and well soloctod
stock of
11 y -f Mi*
GROCERIES, HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
For which wo offer for n.ilo not only
cucap, uui oxirciiioiy jow down for
CASH OR BARTER
Wo respectfully invito our frionds
and tho public in general to call and
examine our stock when the}' como toIrtvvn
niii'flincin/f I ua %??I* a
Respectfully,
DROWN & HENDRICKS.
, Nov 18, 1875 12
1875
FALL AND WINTER GOODS 1
o
A7"oril A "l T ISN'T ION IS MOST lUlSI'P.CT1.
fully culled to litv liirgest a?<l decidedly
I lie OIIKAI'I'ST Slock of Goods (lint lint
ever been exhibited in West Greenville; conI
aT TVTIxr n aatvli -orvrvmn wtta-r?m
O.O..UK jjxv X UUUJJ.1. JJUUIO, OHU?iDf
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, t<c.. cio.
Our priccs arc so low Mint. no lions# thi?
si?lo of New York can uniler-scll us.
Wo sell Oootla strictly for CASH, which
enables us to make the above declaration.
hi- im-i ji ouii!?iuiuijr i>" ii>iii<4 iv large 101 or
1)00US, SASH and HMN'PS, tit prices tUnt
defy compelition.
We al.io keep on har.d a l.irge lof of (hour
celebrated (JttANtJK l'LOW STOCKS, to
which we invite your attention.
We have also connected to onr Storo, n
I :i l.ni'KU u A\?WiM > Alvl?, Willi II well Of Wootl
Wntcr, which is Free ftnil ()ri:N fo All,
t KLl A' IHCOTllKlt.
' firccnvillc f*'. ? 'fltev I, 1<t7-r?. itofWf

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