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N. York Advertisements.
?L & H. ADAMS,
MANUFACTURERS ANO DEALERS
TN MOSQUITO NETTINGS, LINEN NET8, BOB Bl
JL NETS, Crown Linings, Bnckrams, Skirt Lining,
Gingham?, Cobie Cord, Ac. Ao. ?
No. 20 WALKERBTREET, NEW YORK.
AU orders prompUy attended to. lmo May 7
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
r? i .!.. .?.: ' ?
TBK MOST lirrnnvun
GRAND AND SQUARE
Fall Iren Frame and Overstrung Baas,
MANUFACTORY AND WABBBOUSE
No. IB West Ilouaton-otrcct. If0.19
NEAB BBOADWAY. NSW YORK.
rpHB UNDEB8IGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM OF
X KRAUSHAAR A CO., are practical Piano maker?,
and a? auch bave had a large oxOerlenbO. in connection
with some u th best EatabUshmeat? In this country
and Europe j Ti elr lanoa are mads not merely for
them, but t j tlitm, ai d under their immediate personal
supervision, i III -.hey allow no Instrumenta to leave their
factory and pass into the hands of their j itrono, unies?
they have a power, evenne??, flrmneas ami roundness of
tone, an elasticity of touch-without whloh no instru
ment ought to be satisfactory to the public-OB well a
that durability in construction, whick enables it to re
main In tune and to withstand sudden; changes of tem
perature and exposure to extreme heal android, which
are ?ometimes unavoidable. " " '
?They wlU at all times be.happy to BOO the profession
and the pub li o at their Warerooms, and Invite ?ompari
son betwoen their own Pianos and those of any other
ANTON KRAU8HAAB.TOBIAS BAUM
CHARLES J SCHONEMANN.
April20 _ ?. ? ?_
MB MACIUMY DEPOT.
J. B. SCHENCK, Agent,
Ne. 70 MAXDKN LANK, NEW YORK,
OFFERS FOB SALE
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY 8TF.AM ENGINBB]
of aU sizes, CIRCULAS SAW MILLS of the moa
approved construction, cutting from 10,000 to 20,0001
feet of Lumber per dev: REYNOLDS' TURBINE WA
TEB WHEELS, and ail kinds of Machinery for Working
Wood and Don, vi?;
D rill Lathes
..'?'? Iron Planers
Vortical Planers v
Steam and Gas Pipes
Steam and Water Guage*]
Upright Reserving Mill? '
Circular Reserving Milla
Shafting Pullrys and Hangera
Rubber Leather Beltings
Circular Saw Benches
Power Morticing Machines
Bund Slot Tenoning M"M??f
Daniels' Planing Machine?
Gray A Wood's Plonlng Machine?
Woodworth Planing Machines
Tenoning Machines T***!
Foot Morticing Mochines v
Leather and Bobber Hose
PlnmbluR and Gaa Fitting
Wright's Patent SoroU Saw?
Patent Belt BoroU Saws
Rotary and Mining Pumps.
Every description of Machinery and Rall woy Snnpneff,
COTTON GINS of the most approved construction.
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD 8TOMLS, MANTLES,
Our MONUMENTAL WOBK, In design or finish, is I
unsurpassed lu this country. Orders through Moll will
receive the some attenUon aa when given in perron.
Drawings and estimates on application.
Address letters to WATHAN St CO..
Mayo_3mo No. 199 Merceratreet, N. Y.
PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
Steam, Force, Suction and Lifting Piiim
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION :
BTJHAM ANO GAS PIPKS,
Pipe and Steam Fittings,
Aim rvEBT DiaonirnoK or
Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitters
FOB BALE AT THE LOWEST BATES?
JOHN B. FULLER,
r Ro. ? PICY-STHBEC*?. KEW YOUK.
MANUFAOTUBEBS OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL.
BBS in, WHITE LEAD. ZINC PAINTS, COLORS
No. OS MAIDEN LANE,
Orders hy mau promptly attended to.
Holton ?ins! Cotton ?ins! Cotton ?lot
Taylor, Brown, Eagle, Southern
Emory & Craven, MoCharty
.." i . and Excelsior: :. II
WITH ENGINES, HOBBS r^WBBS, AND
It VERY THING COMPLETE FOB RUNNING
IN STORE, AND READY FOB' DIMED?ATH
?HTPMENT AT THE LOWEST BATES, BT|
October 80_? mwflyr
PUEN?TUHE ! FUENITUEE !
FROST, CLARK & CQ.
Na. 73 B?WEtfl Y, UKW YORK,
WH0LB8ALB ANB BETAIL DEALBBB IN AN1
.'" MANUFAOTUBEBS OF
can be purchased at any other bouse In the Union
Goods purchased of our noosa ara GUARANTEED A
B, W. ^BOCT.....^?A??_^....H. a OLABB
Usrchto . .. . , rnvrOnio
UfflTEB STATES STEEL PEN WORKsJ
1TACTOIIY, OAMDKN, ?. jr. ,' .
R. ESTERBR?OK & CO.
STEEL TES MAKUFACTUBERS,
vTARHBOUBEO j ?ft W ||^e^
Baasples and prloes on appUoeUon. Lets mads ft? c*
??r of aor pattern or eta? j. raqulrod. .
CAUTION.-Those F*n? are of genuine ammma
st rola? to the best Imported. Tbeyai^4Aero<rwa,snj?
a ??a Bas ortadwjoi sf th? amsrlsaa y+Wt*, ..Taafao
uM^?saosMM ,-. ,,; . .taaulgr
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N. York Advertisements.
A NOBLE PURPOSE
A GLORIOUS RESULT.
THERE ABE AS MANY HOADS TO FAME AND FOR
TUNE as there were gateways to the ancient Thebes,
Your ambitious warrior 1? for carrying his way with the
?abre; your aspiring politician for scheming his ?ray by
intrigue and consummate art Bat there l? one grand
broad path to the goa), along which nothing base can
travel. It Is the path set ?part for the march of talent,
energy, and noble purpose; end though full of obstacles,
It contain? none that a brave man cannot surmount.
This fact has been . exemplified in innumerable In
stances, bat in few moro forcibly than in the rise and
progress of DR. HOOFLAND'8 OEBMAN BITTEBS.
For over fifteen year? its oourae na? been onward and
upward, scattering blosslngs at every step until it now
Btand* on tho topmost ronnda of the ladd f fame, as
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Ia a positivo remedy for
DISEASES BE30LTING FBOM
DISORDER OP THLILTVER and
And is tbo only certain and saio
RESTORER OF STRENGTH
IN OASESJOF DEBILITY,
By the nie of this Bitters
WEAKENED AND DEBILITATED TRAMES BE
COMB RENEWED WITH ALL THE VIGOR
Impaired constitutions are rebuilt, and the patient In
a short time regains
Vigor, Health, and Strength.
t OBSERVE THE FOLLOWIXGr SYMPTOMS,
Resulting from Diaorders of the Digestivo Organe!
Oonstipatlon, Inward Pile?, Fulneaa of Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight
In the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink
ing or fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, swimming of the Head,
Hurried and Difficult Breath-,
lng, Fin tiering at the j
Choaklng or Suffocating
Sensation when la a Lying Poa
turo, Dnilma? of Ylalon,
! Dots or
Webe before the Sight, Fever
sdd Dull Pains in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and Eye?, Pain in the Side, Back,
Cheat, Limbs, Etc, Sudden Flush?? of Heat, Burning In
?' the Flesh, Constant Imagining? of Evil, and
great Depression of Spirits.
THAT THESE BITTEBS
CONTAIN N0 HUM Oil WHISKY, ,
AND CAN'T MASE DRUNKARDS.
IS NOT A
BUT A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE
FREE FROM ALCOHOLIC STIMULANT OR INJURI
It cannot Insidiously Introduce the vice of Drunken
ness into the bosom of your famille*-to your wife, yon
ohHdren, or your friends.
Or other* whose systems have become impaired by hard
ships or disease, will find in this Bitter? a tonic that w
restore them to all their original vigor.
These Bitters have performed more cures I
GIVEN BETTER SATISFACTION!
HAVE MORE TESTIMONY I
HAVE MORE RESPECTABLE [PEOPLE TO VOUCH
' FOB THEM)
Than any other article in the market We defy any ona
to contradict this assertion,
AND WILL PAY $1000.
To any one that wfll produce a Certificate publltbed by
as that la not onMUun.
READ WHO BAYS BO.
FROM THE HON. THOMAS B.. FLORENCE.
WABBTHOTOW, January 1,1864.
Gentlemen:-Having stated it verbally to you, I have
no hesitation in writing the fact, that I experienced
marked benefit from your Hoofland'a German Bitter?,
During a long and tedious session of Congress, preaaino
and one rous duties nearly prostrated me. A kind friend
?nggected the nae of the preparation I have named. I
took k1* advice, and the result was Improvement of
health, renewed energy. Ud that particular relief I so
mnoh needed and obtained. Other* may bo eimllarly
advantaged, if they deeire to be. '.
Truly your friend, THOMAS B. FLORENCE,
- . u
From Bar. W. D. Selgfrled, Pastor of Twelfth Baptl?
PnTLADBxraiA, Deoember 3?, JMS,--Messrs. Jonas ft
Evan?-Gentlemen ;-I have reccoUy been laboring auv
der the distressing effects of mdlgwtion, accompanied
by a prostration of the dervoat system., Nnmexon?
remedies were recommended b> friends and, some of
them tested, but without rollet Tour Hoofland'a Ger.
man Bitten were recommended by persona who bad
tried .them, and whose favorable mention of the Bitter?
Induced me also to try them. I Wat OOUiWthat 1 had
an aversion to patent medicine*, from the "thonatnd
and one" ouack "Bitters." whee? only aim seems to be
to palm off Bwe+tened and drugged liquor upon the com
munity, la a Sly way; and tho tendency of which, I
fear, ia to make many a confirmed drunkard. Upon
learning thal y oars was really a modlclnal preparation,
I took it with hippy afsoi.- Its action not only npos
tho stomach but upon the nerroo? system, wa* prompt
and gratifying. I feel that I have derived great and p?>
manent benefit from the nae of a hw bottle*. Very rel
peetfully roots? W. D. SEjaFR?f?,
BiffrvARl OF ournAKh?. ?
Bee that tho ?agvAture of "0. M. JdCKPON" U on the
WRAPPER OX ?*?h bottle.
FBmOTtAIi QFFIOB AND lIANUFACTOBY,
No. 681 Airoh-street.
JOSES i BVAHSA
: SUCCESSORS TO a M. JACKSON ft CO.
Vor sal* by DrHjgftit? maa >Us?m to ?maytown m
lae United State?. ?uni* Oetcbec?
/?..j.?. ' > n
. '..' . . ... ' rou
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUB
TOM ER H and tho public that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OROCEUY at tho corner
of Eing and George streets, tin y hove now opened s
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 38
Vendue Range, where they wUI bo able to afford their
customers extra facilities. Tholr firm wUI comprise
?KO. W. STKrrXNH....F. O. BOIINKH....L. nnitDENBEna.
March ia_ _ lyr
"AUSTIN, ANDRUS & co,,
OOUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
T? SAVAGE HE Y WARD & SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
[WILL SELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN
MENTS. We bold ourselves striotly responilbl*
or all goods for which we have acknowledged the re
ceipts, and wUI render up sales sa speedUy as posalbla
Qoou ? not Insured unless Instructed to do so.
GEO, E. PR1TCHETT,
COMMIS SION (MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON? S. C.
WILLIAM B, BER10T & CO
No. 34 9 King-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
BBOETVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTEREST
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC E2
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMIT RE
References In Kew Yorke
Messrs. DUNOAN, SHERMAN ft 00.
Messrs. HENRY CLEWS ft 00.
RICHARD LATHERS, Bso,., President Great Westen
B. J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 WsU-street.
OBOROE T. HOPE, Esq., President ContlnenUl In rar
\Boe Company. _October 80
WILBUR k SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
Nos, 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and
CHARLESTON. S. O.
April 3 *_mwf
M. M. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETO.,
No. 5B7 KINO-STRKKT,
OKAHLBSTON, S. O _ ,
No. 137 BRO AO'BTREET,
The latest Issues of the press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Gooda delivered or tor
vorded by Moll or Express.
AU CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended ta
February 37 i y
A. S. HULL, Agent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
CORNER MEETINQ AND HARKET STS.,
HAS NOW IN STOBB A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH AND ENGLISH COATINGS for Gen
WHITE AND COLORED
DUCK AND DRILLS
MARSEILLES, SILK, AND OASHMBBB
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FUKNI8HINQ GOODS.
November 1 lyr
For the Handkerchief*
It \ u\
.. A Host ExquUUe, Delloate, ?ad Fra
grant Perfuma, Diotilled from the Bar?)
and Beautiful Flower from wbiclt ii
takes its name.
'Mttrofactured only hv ^HAILOW A SOflT.
- NEW YOBK.
BEWARE OF Cu?HTEBFH??S.
, :AB* ?OB PTTALON-B-TAKB MO OXHW.
?'.-?.-.-- fswg ty Pmj?sp ciwarrf. '-'
..\n:(r- <i>' na/. H'ii< v .. .
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANT?,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUBOHA8B, SALE AND
8H1PMKNT (to Foreign and Domeatlo Ports) ol
DUTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Clmrlestun, ti. V.
B. WILLI8.A. R.OHI80L&
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT*
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
Xo, 1U VAM)Kiltli)HST'S WHARF.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
L. 0. STYLES.,.I. F. CARTEL
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Herubants,
Nloo. 126 AND 138 MEETING-STREET
flou, b3 and SB irftHKIr-STUKKT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. Getty.E. A. Sonder.8. T. Bond?
1ST O 1 OS EAST BJA/V
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions,
49~ Liberal advances made on consignments.
MEHRTENS & WOHLTMANN,
No. 187 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
B. MT.HBTKN8.}. H, of. WOULTMA.KH.
March 9 3m o?
JOHN KING & GO,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
PROVISIONS - .
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
ROOKERY, HOLLOWWARE AND GLASSWARE.
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, Ac
tto. 88 HABEL STREET
November I_} raw*
D3AA0 E. HERTZ, | EUGENE HTJOHST.
Late ob-partner o? Mordecal A Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
SOI East Bay,
CORKER CUMBERLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PARTIOULAR ATTENTION TO THE
purofaue or sole of COTTON, BIOBV LUMBER,
NAVAL STORES, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY,
snd to VESSELS consigned to our care. . i
Also, to solea of aU descriptions of Merchandise al
Bxroasxozs: T .
MORDEOAI St CO., B. LAFTTTE fc CO.,
MARSHALL, BEACH A CO.. E. B BTODDARD & CO.,
S. 8. FARRAR, BROTHERS A CO.
Charleston, April a, 1868._ ; April i
L. BOWIE & CO., ,
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. 17 BROADWAY, NEW YOB?\
February 30_*.- too
B. A, EARLY, 1 J J. F. EARL?.
Darlington O. H., 8. 0. J I Charlee ton, B. B.
B. A. & J. F. EARLY, .
Forwarding Bad Commission Merchants,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAT AND; MAB
BET STREETS Charleston S. 0., and opposite
Oourt House, Darlington, S. O., Will attend io Hie par.
abase, sale and shipment of COTTON. NAVAL STORES,
and MEBOHANDD3E generally. Orders and oonsUn
ments soUclted._6mo?_January II
V? B. Trout.....OliverAmob^ury
TROUT Se Jk3??ssVs\rJjmrr9 'j
General Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS U
LIMB, CEMENT, PLA8TBB PARIS, LATHS. HA?
i and Shingles, Lamber and Timber, Hay and Gralr
Northwest corner of
BoveanberfQ 6mo Bast Bay and Martst-stressl
SPENCER D. Ci VAN BOKKELp
COMMISSION MERCHANT, [
Bo. 108 WATKR.STBKET, NEW YORK,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO TBS BALK
OF COTTON AMD NAVAL STORES.
' REPRESENTED BY
GEORGE E. PRITCHKTT, Charleston 8. a
D. D. HOCOTT, Camden, S. O.
A. H. VAN BOKKKLEN, Wilmington, N. C.
April 14_smos* fc
SOOTT ds HEEUOT, ?j
Brokers and Commission Merebants,
WMhlngton-flt.,Columbia, S.O. t
W. at. soora...............................V7. o. :
WUl g1 ve prompt attention to Purchasing, Belling and'
wording of alfMefchondlao._WSmmbsfllP, ,
NEW BOOKS! KEW BOOKS!
RUGG'S PERIODICAL DEPOT,
... No. IOS. Market-street,
A lull SELECTION OF BEW NOVELS, BY TH?
A. most popular writers of the day. A fine assortmett
of Miscellaneous Reading Matter received by eve?
stoaager and mall.
Th? trad? supplied on the ttOst Uborsl terms.
tar Send for Circular, stnob I
S 7BE8H 8TJFPLY OF OILS AND COLORS j ALSO.
A. a Bsnr kind of BURNING FLUID, more iban equal
to mo old fluid and Bot neerea dangerous. Meriti'a
SS?B?I5S3K Te ? nssns &8V&
rtsidivs wiU warrant to satisfy aU ef its cheapness.
U costs less man any other Oil or Flnld, and no obtta
"lusarobaldingour atoe*of Faint?,OUste??las??'
WtheJSy? APBTIB di ALBBB
SASEL!? iBrVa, ^^^^^
Mf'o .... I. i . ts.i' ?*
?ntoj ?. 't ,;T .v.' ??.
1866. FOR 1866. 1866?
EACH HOOP BEIN0 COMPOSED
rWO PERFECTLY TBMPKKKD BINGI*?
BRAIDPIB TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOQETHBT?
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and maklntrOtay
STRONGEST AND MOST FLEXIBLE, tit. LIOH>TTHST
AND MOST DURABLE BPBING made. """"aw?*
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OR HOUSE DRESS.
In fast, they are auporlor to ?di others, combining
0OMP?BT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNEfJS Ajm
BRADLEYS DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively bl
the sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY k CARY,
No. 78 CHAMBERS AND Nos. 79 AND Bl BEADE 8TB. ,
For sals In Charleston, S. 0., Whole na lo end Retail, try
WM. T. BURGE & CO.
EDWIN I1ATEB & CO.
KING A GOODBICH.
J. R. READ A CO.
WM. MCCOMB A CO.
E. 8COTT A CO.
UFFEBHABDT A CAMPSBN.
JAB. B. BETTB.
STOLL. WEBB & CO.
And all other Merchants who soil flrat-claaa BBIBTb
In Charleston and throughout the Boothera uta toa.
Jap TI ary ao_ HttjC
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
HAS NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEAUT
rSTNG THE COMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Bold by Druggists everywhere.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-street, New York.
KING ?Se CASSLDEY, Agents.
PUTTY UP ! PUTTY UP !
N. M. GILBRETH,
No. 101 Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP tRTIST,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS ORDERS FROM HU
old and new customers.
GLAZING promptly attended to. P'JITY for sala,
0. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. l8 BROAD-STREET, T
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND BALE OF
REAL ESTATE In any of the Southern States.
AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING,
PAIRING. AC OF CITY PROPERTY
BALTIMORE B1TET ADD SPIES WORKS.
R. W. TYSON & CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland?.
MANUFAOT?ItEIiS OF . , ' u
HOOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES. BOH-AtR B?Y'
RTS, BOAT SPIKES, Ac. .
For further information, apply to
BRUNS A BEE, Agents,
No. 84 last Bay, Charleston, B. fj,
MarohS ? ? . ''. ; _Brnos.
?7HOZJC8ALB ABB BETA1X SCALES I ?
MILLINEB? AND FANCY fiClODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS'. &o.
At no.UOU tflNa-BTUIClCT,?bart?fceV?n, ?.C3.
' AI NEW ?OEK PBIOKH. I
jay Yorkviile papar oopy tor two months,
Mirto this ornoo:
NOLEN & STEERS,
.SA Street ead Booend Avcnnc, IVevy^Vorfc,.
TT7H0LE8ALB AND RETAIL DEALERS I E
LUMBER, MANUFAOTURERS ? OF MOUlAnJOB,
BASH DOORS, BLlNDB, AND BOX SHOOK?.
Taming in aU Its branches. Books containing PAttssa tr
af Moulding? aent on tppllc*'1 <"?, I
THE SUMTER WATCHlL
BQ?ABLIBHED IX?- 18*1
GILBERT, DARRITCO^ Proprietor
T3tJBLiaHED AT BUMTEB, SOUTH
JL \ Town of fionriahlna business, and now third
Snaineas importance in the State.
It affords a most available medlrun ot advertising,
i fUliW HttA.
A WEEKLY PAPER, PUBLISHED AT DARI
A iTON OOUBT HOUSE, has reoently been
ferret to na by ita original proprietor?. Located 1
same DUtrlot, and only on? station distant fra*,
great railroad oentre of Flcrenoe, oorfkoUlttes trt<
munlcatlon with aU parts of ths oonntry, and r-*?'
with the due? of Oharleiiton, Columbia and WU
. * ah w? are nearly oe ni-distant, are uns*-.;
,r, 1. H. NORWOOD, Roo... was formait ?
tfcepreasof tfeeSta? M ona of As .*.?.
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