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SATURDAY, JULY 44^1877/
B F Whittomore lives in ti $30,000
mansion in Massachusetts. . Pretty
good for a coallcas army ch ap lain.
Grant is still wondering about in
England. The people over thoro
seem to lovo him. YVe hope lie will
remain with them.
The Louisiana-. licturuiug Board
has been indicted by the Grand Jury.
Let them bo made to feel the law.
They defied it during the days of |
One of the most prominent law
yers in New York regards Tweed as
still one of the richest, men in the
country rating his concealed posses
sions anywhere from $0,000,000 to
$12,000,000. This legal gentleman
also stated that not a tithe of these
vast possessions would ever bo given
up by the Boss or his heirs.
The "NYilliainsburg Democracy is
badly divided; and there seems to be
no immediate prospect oi.' a "making
up." One portion of.the Conserva
tives contend that the County
Executivo Committee expired with
the last campaign ami that all acts
committed by it since that time are
usurpatory, and contrary to party
regulation. Both factions havo now
called Conventions for tho purpose of
electing a new County Chairman
and an Executive Committee.
This Just campaign has proved the
mcst disastrous to the Turks of any
attempt they have over made to over
come Montenegrins. From the day
that Suliman Pasha and Ali Saib set
out to cflcct a junction anel crush
Prince Nikitn's little army with their
united forces, it has been one grand
carnage. Out of 15,000 baslii-bazouks
who entered Montenegio with the
Turkish army fully 11,000 arc now
dead or missing This is independent
of the loss among the regular troop3,
who funned the bulk of the army.
'1 here are 2,000 Turkish wounded at
Scutari, and 1,000 more arc expected
- - "?J ? . *>? -
The British Govern incut has infor
mation that the Russians intend to
occupy Constantinople at all risks,
unless the Turks anticipate thai event
by niaking pc ace on the Czar's terms.
The effect ui' the receipt of this and
ollierdiitelligcnco as to Russian in
tentions, Fays a correspondent, has
been to modify considerably the view
taken bf the crisis by certain members
of the Cabinet. The practical out
come Vlill probabfy. be that if the
inor? cueigeiic members should feed
bound,to adopt an active policy they
will no longer be opposed by those of
their colleagues who have hitherto
been disposed to can'.hillIt is re
ported that a powerful reinforcement
is tp,l)e sent to tho Fquadron in Besika
' While ."ir'ciiamberiain 1; expo?
? in,i . ...... i . ?
i?g hiSf^vc.ubdw io win the ?ynipKtliy
of flip public, cx-Judgc Carpenter,
\\ ho tin; It I'm tier ritib ( to look on the
theless convalescent, morally ami
politically. Tho Judgo thinks tho no
groes and whites are getting on bet-,
j tcr together than ever before; that
tho ^Presidents policy is working
well, and that South Carolina meaus
to ' pay her debts. Thoro seem -t > bo
few honest Republicans who regret
tho overthrow of tho Chamberlain
usurpation, and Judgo (Aupai^ter is
not one of those few.
- it ? o- -
Tjtc National Republican of the
10th iustij in giving, biographical
sketches ol" the female clerks in the
Department at Washington, speaks
in this - strain of the "rib ' of the ex
its urjper, 13 II Chamberlain :
Miss Alice C Ii.gersoll, at present
the wife of ex-Governor Cham
berlain, of South Carolina, w as
pronounced one of tha loveliost
women who ever trod the mar
ble halls of the Treasury. Mar
ried now, she has gono to graco a
new sphere of duties, inoro in accor
dance with her earlier life. It does
not seem inopportune to plaeo her
here among these women, as the
recent prominence of her um
band in national affairs will in
terest many in knowing where Gov.
Chamberlain found his v/ife. The
daughter of JDr A Ml Ingorsoll, for
many years a member of Congress
from New York, sho was reared hi
luxury and enjoyed all the advanta
ges of high educational culture. After
the death of her f ather and wheu bis
business matters were settled, the
daughter found herself in penury,
with an invilid mother looking to
her, as tho weak ever do to the
strong. With the highest sense of
duty, she built the walls of protect
ing love around the mother, and did
the work cheerfully and well, that
her hands found to do. Heir father's
friends, among them Williau Pitt
Fessendcn, obtained for her an ap
pointment in the Treaiury Depart
ment, and there she remained dis
charging her duties with tho utmost
satisfaction, until her marriage,
around which there lingers on nigh
of romance to make it interesting^
Air Chamberlain, at the time Attor
ney General of South Carolina, saw
a photograph of Miss Ingersoll in the
possession of a frien 1, ail w.n a >
much attracted by it that ha inrn ?
diatcly came to .Washington and
sought out the original of the picture.
The seqtiel was their marriage a
short time afterwards, Mr. J K Up
ton, the recently appointed Chief
Clerk of the Treasury, doicg the hon
ors of the"-, occasion as groomsman.
Hayes' organ says:
Governor Hampton has returned
to South Carolina, after having
effected a loan of $100,000 lo defray
the expenses of bis government until
the taxes can i be .collected. The
course of General Hampton while in
the North is worthy of all commend
ation, for he said nothing which was
not calculated to promote a friendly
feeling between the, North, and the
South. Would that all our public
men were as wise and patriotic..
- ? ?mim . - ? IIMli ?
The Solicitorship Again
Ol.ANGF.UUrtO, S. C
July, VI 1877
Editor Oranijcbury AVfcs and Times :
; With the thermometer at ninety
degrees, and the great demand which
agricultural pursuits make upon tho
time of many of our citizens, it s&om3
strange that such an interest should
bo felt in this county with reference
to filling the vacancy in the .Solici
torship. W hilst the position is one
of much importance, itnd the selec
tion for it. should be a good one, and
whilst, wo expect and look for the
appointment of a good man, yet there,
are other reasons which will make
this one of the most nnmcntous
public nets of Governor Hampton's
administration. "Wo -trust that
preference will have nothing to db
with tho matter. It is our hope that
because .'M r ?o-nnd-So succeeded b>
getting the -nomination under a
chaotic. and uncertain slate of
the public, pulse; that. it. will 'tied. b?!
!akcn for 'granted that he would .be.
lias choice, of. the??yu oj?'c h>-?otl\ Jov7(i
and i&77i are difrerctlt. Lait year
nominations ?vfe'iiE a-be^ing in
Charleston becausjQ lVobnUy Ih??ght
thai the Republican [ arty could be
rdtttoii. Hence men were put in
'?.ild not get i t
, iVeitYmy in this
?. :: i:Ui i -v &iuV not'tO *
ty for tho oflico by tho number of
favors shown him in tho past by a
party of men then unable to help1*
him. Lot tho living present speak
for it'"If. Let the people be con
sulted in the matter, and the tale of
187G will not bo repeated.
Now, Mr. Editor, this brings us to
our point. Wo ask of His Excel
lency the appointment?if such bo
made?of a lawyer of Orangeburg.
We do not menu to ask for this up-^
poinlment on tho. ground of recogni--.
lion of rights alone, but upon the
higher plan of comploto fitness for
Our candidate is W J DeTrcv'dle,
Esq. A tjd why does Orangcburg oak
for bis election, to tho office in ques
We mako it, first, because we bavo
some ono competent. 2nd Because
wo are cf the lit Judicial Circuit
3rd. Because wo have had no repre
sentation outside of the Legislature
since reconstruction. What has
Charleston to-day ? 1st. She has
her Attorney General. 2u 1. 3ho has
her Congressman (from which results
a large Federal patronage) And
she has always had Solicit ir !
Now, Mr Editor, I believe the
people of this county arc as one on
this question. Tliey want the Solici
torship, nnd they mean to have it by
hook or by crook. Votum.
[fok the news and times.]
Wewberry College, Walhalla, S. 0.
Com m e nc km ent Ex e kc i s es.
The Baccalaureate So r in on was
delivered to a large and appreciative 1
audience on Sunday morning, June
24, by jhev. J. P. Smettzcr, D. D.,
and is said to have been one of the
Doctor's finest efforts. His discoursa
.was based upon 1. Tim. 6 : 12, and
doubt'ess made lasting impressions
upon the minds of the young men of
the graduating class, who ate now to
go torth from the classic walls of
their alma mater to tho active work
of life. May their labors bo eminent
ly successful aud crowned with heav
The Young Men ok the College
were addressed on Sunday night by
liev. J; I). Shirey, who annuunecd as
his text Psalm 118., 9.. "Wherewithal
shall' a young man el a use his way ?
by taking -heed theteto according to
thy word." 1 need not fay that this
too was an able discourse, for all who
have 'ever heard Rev. Shirey know
that he is a minister of rare ability.
Address Bi:fo:u3 tub Alumni
On Tuesday morning,. June 2Q,
after prayer by Rev. S. P. Hughes,
Prof. D, B. Busby, President of the
Alumni Association, introduced Mr.
C. W". Moore, class of 1875, as orator
of the day. Mr. Moore then deliver
ed a most able, beautiful, and timely
I address?subject, '-Tho imperishable
nature of intellectual' achievements."
At 8 o'clock, P. M., we were per
mitted to enjoy, the
Juniou Class Eximtn ion.
The exercises were introduced with
I prnyer by Rov. H. S. Wingard, after
which nine addresses were delivered,
all of which were of a high order,
aud Very creditable to the young
men. Tho speakers were:?W. J.
Beard, of Oconco, S. G.?subject,
"The Age and its Education;" J.
- ITurkins, of Newberry, S. C.?subject,
"The Elements of a True llulcr;" J.
B. Wingard, of Lexington, S. C.?
subject, "America;" W. 10. Lark, of
Newberry, S. C.?subject, "Decision
of Character;" J. E. Schumpert, of
Newberry, S. C.?subject, ?* We, too,
must Pass Away;" J. Q. Werts, of
Fort Mott; S. C.?subject, "Live
Not for Yourself;" E. P. Aull, of
Newberry, S. C.?subject, "Carpo
Dicmf J. W. Shelor, of Calhoun,
Gu.?subject, "Nil Dcsperandum;"
W. G; Neville, of Oconee, S. C.?sub
ject, "Times Change." i
The Addiiess Befoke the Liter
was delivered, on Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, A. M., by Judge
Y. J. Pope, of Newberry, S. 0.?sub
ject, "Tho Power Behind the Throno
?ail Enlightened Public Opinion.'*
Tho. ttudge, in his introductory, ro
'matUs', -briefly adverted to the kind
ness which the people of Walhalla
'ha,d" shown to our College and her
student's, and showed bow befitting
it was " that, one of Newberry\s citi
zens should address them on this oc
casion, in as much an the College
would henceforth be permanently
?located ?.! Newberry C. IT., S. C. Hp
'then en'fered fully upon the subject-.
?* hi . fli.apoViWp) and. by liin
polished and graceful man nor on tho
8tngo und his eloquent words,held
the fine nudienco spell-bound throgh
out hi'i address. Tho Judgo is a
speaker of rare ability, and we cou
grnlulutc the young men on their suc
cess in securing his services.
The Oratorical, Contest
for the medal came off on Wednes
day night, and was an occasion of
much iutcrest. Prayer was offered
by llev. Mr. Sanders, of the Baptist
.Church, after which the contestants
appeared in ihc following order : J.
B. Wiugard", of Lexington, s. C,
subject, "As' the Twig is Bent, tho
Tree's Inclined;" -J. V/. Shelor, of
Cnlhoun, Ga., subject, "Greatness?
Its Success ajd Misfortunes;" W. G.
Neville, of Ocoirec, S. C, subject, "A
Good Name;" J. \Y. Daniel, of Laur
ens, s. C, subject, "Onward;" J. Hi,
Wilson,' of Edgefield, s. C, subject,
," Woman " The Judges, consisting
ipf Y. J. Pope, Chairman, Uev.'s J.
Hawkins, S. T. Halhnnn, Professor
Walter Miller and Major P. E. Wise,
retired,, and, after a few moments of
"consultation, returned. Judge Pope
ascended the stage aud said, "Wherj
all have done so weli, >t is difficult to
decide. Still soini haved me better
than others. We desire to make
honorable mention of Mr. Shelor and
"Mr. Daniel, but, as is usual, on this
occasion we arc captivated by? IIo
'man ! Mr. Wilson is the successful
contestant." This -very eloquent
yuung gentleman then arose, and
bore off tho beautiful god medal,
amidst the cheers of the audience.
"Of course woman altcay* wins."
Commencement Day?June 28,
The exercises were opened with.pray
er by Rev. H. W. Kuhurs, of New
berry, S. C. The following addresses
were then delivered, by the graduat
ing class : G. B. Cromcr, Newberry,
S. C, Latin Salutatory?QJir.it honor;)
Win. Sloudenmire, Orangeburg, S.
C, subject, "Devotion to the Chosen
pursuits of life;" J. B Boinest, Pom
ana, S. C, subject, " nie True Ideal
of Manhood;" J. H. Wilson, Edge
field, S. C, subject, "The human
ftace;" G. B. Cromer, Newberry, S.
C, subject, * Practical Power;" C. .M.
Efird, Le.-ington, S. P., subject, "The
Doom of Wiong Purposes''?and the
Va 1 jdietory?(?SV'?'" honor).
Pesident Smeltzer thvn announced
^Jmt^ the following depress bad been
conferred by the Board of Trustees:
D. D. on Rev. J. II. Honour, of
Charleston, S.c., and A. M. on Rev.
J. B. Haskell, of Orangeburg, S. C.
The degree of A. B. was conferred on
the graduates of this year.
Av."ard ok Me?AI fl.
Rev. H W Kuhns proieutcd tjie
Medal in Greek to C W Welch, ot
Lexington, S C, bis grade being 94.
Rev. S P Hughes presented the Med
al in Mathematics to M s Stribling,.
of Warsaw, hie grade being 95i.
His opponent, A J Bowers, of Helena,
s C. reached grade 91? lie v. J Haw
kins presented tho Medal for best
Essay to (5 B Cromer, of Newberry,
Thus closed these delightful exer
cises, which were alike creditable to
Professors and students; and wo take
pleasure iu assuring . the public
generally, that the course of iustruc
tion 'given at Newberry College is
just as complete and ?ioroiiyh as at
any College in the land.
S. T. H.
rowe3vii.le, s. s.,
July 9th, 1877.
Ed tor Orangeburg News and Times :
Wc would ask, in justice to several
young ladies, that you correct an
cnor committed by your correspon
dent of this p'ace last week. The
Church (New Hopo) was decorated
for the occasion of the Sunday School
Celebration by Mrs. Cruiu, Miss
Kate Rives ond Miss Adclla Baxter,
assisted by Messrs. J. J Wolfe, P B
Livingston and L R Dukes, on Tues
day evening. Tho beautiful heart
referred to by your correspondent
was made by Miss Lizzie Dukes, and
the covering for the table, upon
Which wns built "The Christian's
Towor of Strongtb," was made aud
contributed by Mrs W P Dukes.
The table was laden with good things
to cat, furnished by the people of this
community, and the invited guests,
Do not htupofy your Baby with
Opium or Morphia mixtures, but use
Dr. Bnll'a Baby Syrup.which is al
ways safe and reliable and never dis
[o dmmunioat kd.]
July 11th 1877.
To the Editor of lYcics and Time*:
Our usually quiet neighborhood
has been in a perfect ferment for the
last few days, owing to a recent visit
down here of one Straker, a negro,
who says he is a lawyer, who came in
company with cx-Tfeasurer and ex
convict Humbert. The insolent con
duct of Straker to the Trial Justice
Bush, before whom he had a casp, and
to the white people generally, has
stirred bad feelings between the races,
or, at any rule, has made.the .negroes
very inso lent to their employers. Hp,
Straker, is to he down here to-morrow,
Thursday, autl tho negroes have
generally notified i ho w hites that they
will not .work on that day, bacp/ise
Mr. Straker .; says they must covie
toxhear him speak. The negroes are
perfectly wild; iu fact, they seem from
their conduct to imagine that Straker
wiii learn them some plan by which
they cau get the "lop rail" at the bo t
Now, Mr. Editor, in the name o f
peace and protection to our wives and
little ones, we protest against the
conduct of this man Straker in hold
ing political meetings while our crops
arc suffering for work,and in stirring
up the negioes against the white
people who are their best friends. If
Straker wishes to make political
speeches, let him retire to Birmtiia.
Ho has pestered this people long
enough. We cau stau 1 his impudence
and his incendiary talk no longer.
His conduct, in the Trial Justice's
Court last Friday, was such that a
whits boy who came to testify against
his client was so terrified that lu
could scarcely give his evidence, and
after he had testified some what iu
behalf of Straker's clie.it he, Straker,
then promised tha witness that he
should have protection. The Trial
Justice was Compelled to order Strak
er'down several tun vs an 1 to threat
en to rule him on account of his out
A. S. Norton.
Tito Postal 0 > nmittoe.
The .committee nppoioted by the
Chamber of Commerce of Cha rleston.
8. C, to confer with the United
jStatcs I'ostal Commission, with a view
to tho improvement of the postal
facilities of this section, respectfully
request ( the co-operation of the pub
lic. It in especially desired to quick
en the time of mail transportation be
tween Charleston an I the interior,
and to thit end communications are
invited, showing the present mail
arrangements at the interior post
office, aud making sugg-sstiu.is for
their practical improvemint.
It is suggested that postal commit
tees be formed nt each town and vil
lage where there is need of better ar
rangements, mid that such commit
tees report to the.undersigned.
Whatever is to be done must be
tuken in bund at once.
By order of the committee.
Wm. S.Hastik, Ju.,
Sec. Postal Com. of Charleston, S.
Charleston, S C, July 11, 1877.
One pair imported Buckshire Hogs.
Ago cf Pigs from 2 to 6 months, j Also 1
able bodied Horse.
W. T. MULLER,
july 14 tf
The Dwelling Houso (now occupied by
Thomas Cartmill, Esq.,) from August 1st
THAD. C. ANDREWa.
july 14 -,f
In consequence of tho shoit time allowed
for the Col lection of Taxes, there will be no
appointments throughout the Coontyi.
My Books will bo open until the 7th day
of August next inclusive.
IVOBERT COPES, ;
County Treasurer, O. 0.
july 14 . It .
ST ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Orangkudro,
By C. B. Gloykr, Esq., Probate Judge. ?
Whereas, David A. Mclver hath made
suit to me, to grant him letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate and effects of Henry
E. Smoak,- deceased. These arc therefore
to cite and admonish all and singular tho
kindred and Creditors of the said Henry E,
Smonk deceased, that thoy bo and appear,
before mo, in tho Court of Probato, so bo
held at Orangeburg on 26th'Jiily ioBtV
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration should
not he granted! ? .
i (riven under my Haud this Eleventh day
of July Anno Domino 184*7^01
C. Bt GLOVER, rj
[l#h Judge of Probate, O. C.
july 14 2t
The STORE occupied at present by Dr.
A. S. Hyurick.; Apply t(> ,
july 7 oui
, OFFICE OF CO. COMMU^IONER's,
?BAN?BOuiX? CijOl?jry, \
OaANQEuyho. J(jly! 5fd 1877.
Whereas, it has come" witlihiVlic know
ledge of the Hoard of the County .Comfcttis
Hioncrs, that there '.ore. certnitt<^ouiity ,
Checks as well as Juiy Tickets ia circula
tion which have already betn paid by
former County Treasurer. * Thercfororbc itn
llesolvcd, That the County Treasurer be
notified by this Board not to pay anyCounty
Checks or furor Tickela, unfesa the same be
lir.it examined by.the Board and Endorsed'
by the Clerk -of this Hoard.? The Board . ,. ?
adjourned to iucct again'July 16th /
E.T. B. smoak,
Chairman of Board of Co. Com.'s
J'd/7- j B fjllivHT^M'
OFFICE OF CO. COM^nSSipNE^RS,^
o'nAN'jnnuito pouxry. /
Oraiigchurg, S. C., July13d* 1877*,.^ .
Notice is hereby given, that.on.and after,
this date the County Cemmlwio^re wDl
not be responsible for any damage*to ady
one crossing the following Bridges namely : ?
Four Hole Swamp BiddgesWFiy/oilop'1
Bead, Ilulf Way Swomp Bridges on Hugcs
Bond and Shillings Bridge over North
Edisto ltiver, until the same can bo
By Order of.the Board, it ;t *;>
GEO. BOlilVERy' v r^
Clerk of Board,
juiy 7 . 3t
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDltOR?1 "
, Oraxoeburo County.
July 5jh 18.77.,
? Notice is hereby given that this office ?'
will be open to receiyc RcUtrhs tif pWsonhl
Property for the fiscal year 1877, on Tue> i
day the 10th day of July 1877. AH persons - '?
over 21 years and Under it?yeaitfof age. .
are required to pay a CAPlTAf 10^ TXXH
of one Dollar. Taxpayers .wiUcarofullyJmck*.
any transfers of Real Ettal* madeQuince
Juno 1st 187G to June 1st l877i*v^l?"^i^ ,
pcrly in the posso.vdon, oif under the^c^tra^f.n ??
j of every person on the; 1st day of ^iiuo*ld?T^'*
I (nut exempt front taxation) must be Ketum^ r
'cd.. - ?* .* ? ;.. liVA
County Auditor. ?
j?'y 7 ; ' .* ;:':.?t_ ,.c
Having established myself in rc.tr of"th*
Baptist Church ..Ijot, I otief > iniy
services as Trial Jui^lcojolhc public. AH
bti-tincss atteuted to promptly -
J. FBLDER MEYBR*.
Trial Justice. ...
~~~ DENTIS rilY."^^1
. I Dr. T$t$l W?lfe can lie found at bl^officG
over Fr.ekicl'sMore wheru'Jhjs^I^iih'paivtt
? to?exccute Work ' on '* the" htosl nournvml
jityles, at shorr. notice '.and at I r^^h'a'do ?
prices* AH work quuranteed.
j line 30 . tfiT
The tmdvrsigned have ibis day formed a -
copartnership . for the practice of law in thq
County of Orangeburg, under ^the mrme I
nnme of . I>eTfevillo A Ileywaird. .Oftjee
opposite Court Home. "3
W. J. DkTREVILLK,
JAMES S. HKYW AltlR^
jun 10 k '. ... ot
The undersigned respectfully inform* the j';:
Citizens of the TovA
prepared to do up
the shortest noticcT "Al^iwilI'Wac^t''aii'I
Upholstery bits?ne**. Prices'wi1|'b'c as lim.
as possible. Orders solicited. . J'
I respectfully inform* the i';:
m and Corin^itli^tIfcfMW
and makeMalLa&Hn }. '
jtuieO. - ? - ;- - - ZZ&tfe.?T\
l*KIBMel ^Fjcatt ?h!0$?
PR AlTTSYILLB a b
Are manufacturing: thq Celebrated .?31
"Daniel Pratt Cotton Gins^ with Involv
ing Heads and iui adjustable .?cd board, .
which ore improvement? j^!?atea by them . '.
inJulyl873. , . . . , .\ T
Any ordinary plantation ' hand can Teed
these.Oins, ?ihd they wiH tuhitu^or^litfi'-'r' i
in the same linie'titan any"o'dicfr ""Grin, aiid" ?
by the use of1 the adjustable' eeed lioiaird,
which can be adjusted while tl? Otrt wUH
running, thoy can bo made to pick >Jhg \ j
seed much cleaner than any other Gin.%$3
, . The expxiricace of cvsry - platter who baa
used thenj, shows that" tnc?c Oins -will not".'..^
choke, nor can tito roll be'broken by fee^V.'?:
ing it altogether in the. center or at the ends
ofthocotton boxi ? ; ,? > ,-? - .wy-^ ""fif".^ .
W? are prepared to prove; by^roany^ctr;:'.'
lere in our ofiicc, written !.byj,pW/ies^whei
have used these Gins' for the past four ?e?-T >
HcMis, that our convictions of the nvondeyfully
incrcased cfifcctiycneai and Yah^of !*^3^r^ '
volving Head Gin has baett^^^cbrreoVliO^J?^
are confident We can, without rear or denial
chum, that no other Gin? can comgcfe wlth^r:/
it in quality, capacity,^^ or advanf*gea ?fanjr ,4?,
kind. , ;
???Parties wanting-our ? -Gihs * can--*'p|>ly. to '
J. C. Pike & Co., . Orangeburg C. U., C.,
B. P. Mays, MaysviMot; S.- C.xDr.: J.;
Huntor, TimmdnBviiic,a.M;. J. arcLucan
Marion 0. II. B.C. , e*?
Who arc our agents for : thuc-Q|io of our
Ciin.s and ?ell'at our prices. :. - !j/ 1
DANIEL PRATT GW CO. ft
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