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Reduction of Local Fare on th
South-Carolina Rail Road,
J'rouu the 29th JUN I, to the 1st OC'I'() 1I'R
T I11, fare wvill be redcd to "T'1IREE
CE~NTPS" per muile' to ally staltiong oil the
Road. This willI 3sccoruI with a s~Iimilr ar
j'auulr'.lltt of' theI (3 or-ri~a atud \Vretern till3(
A~tlan ti ait'l ( toadcs and13 will t herefre snu
perscde thet I)iltou, Romeui and X~thaeis TFick
et,,, as heretofore is~s~ud.
To Travellers going North,
THE, GIA'I' 1MAt I, IRO1T' FROM
(71IA I I1'TON, S. C',
LEA'I NG the Wharf at. fIlls loot of 1..313
ren-st. (ga3ilyv at :3, pi. I. afteur th l a' 3rrival1 IofI
the. Nogt lri ca3rs, Viau \II l \IN( 'F( N sluid
i~iI()NI), fly 'VASI II NU'I' )N, BA\:ii'i
TheIu poubhic is repec31(.tful Ily i~fr edou t hat
thet $teuuifr of1 dis, Ifine, f'rom1 ('ba~reiton to3II
\illit i1irt3I3, are iI fi rst ralte ' 33113 tau .ion and
arc navl;:313.&I Ibv w~eIll Lnow~ auto m 31xpri3113t eta
('03131u'ulu3I'1s, andu I lie 'a ilro333 a3re inl fine( ar
tier. Lhirr1iy $'1riii tail lu $:utint d .i: 1:3:t3'I.
A 'J'I ltI R '(.'I IC lI ';'I' lu;h:t3._e alu'eaudv
l33'(Iu 33. :l)Lrst:: l 1$na"n from3 ( '33333 i I ("-31 33)
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11: ' ( 333t (it,!:,v IlIuI'"l lOw r1 ' "3 or
'r. ..3 . rip an3 "'I tl u 3'"r!: : . .t(.
roo1t tlu . tr' :w' ('3''3 P33 ., r : *: 3,''I.
during brI)k33'3. ' 1333 I. . 'I ~13'
1 j"'kete'd l 3 1:3' t ' t I r'*3' a33 I. \;'( 'I 1a,
1iitwis3 on :h -)1 Il !".n 22'' r 33r ''I Ot! int3I'3
13132iat333 133t,3 .3ll 1rnu131 313 33'! 3t I'! [3333' J1(.:r
'I'lr'331fr1 'Ii'::'1s to I'bil *ul 1 1 :1 " '(1(:u 11,
the \Viil:1gon 333341 It ago!: I( I U. 3133 333tn
at. the ofli:te (o:M113'lle j 33333prt 10.)t3 3i I iii rrti
,treet, tou whops3)33 ples':;. .plt' I 333 'tileq'r in
furunatiozi inlquire of!
At flue A mcan~'it I I 'tel. ( hlre,:. 31 S C.
CALL AT THlE ----
S nI11E.NI-' ST 0 , ,.
Additions to their extensive1 ,,-sor(33tmel3"lt o3f
andl are alwa, p3..1repa.ured( to f urnish.t the 113teit
8tittes :31t sa'tisfa3ctory prices.
(Coluulbi, .Juuu ti, :3.2 (lull
Will be sold1 at3 Suu 31r Cuu rt al- l oi l 3
thue first llouula 3,in Aiiruust. ta~xi. antul it 13.1,
t hen soldI~ wil Ir ol3 c (3l3CI a31 cat -3:.'! s uut
ruale day, unutil Sod(3rato 13d foe1 nd.dad toaw
eught her , , ituz;utecl in Ails'r,13r th313n331,
waters of Rot . ;\3, ll!:utl' Swam,)3, ;u.lj'l.:3lr
lauuds cuf :\. (.l:u3,tlIcr, _I1. ItL'uns stu I3133 i .
lielca .'halu d." ,1'., and~ \\3 111 33.1 he ,llill
bir a lesssn I3L3 u t33ll dull:+r. r r(3 acre3.
IIiu~s- :t I (3'L333 13 t.f ite 't131 111133 g
w,,ithu i131!'rei'331~ prrl't.'' to) wive( Itntat
J3Crs.ouuI 3r'u.''uri an' pay33 fo 1 3311 133131,:
ByO - rfI~II,'lr:uI1:3
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ANNUAL FAIR OF TINE
South Carolina Institute,
For the I'rom,(,on of A rts, illechunical (111(
tIi' Ile 1'1 ltS'I' AN N JAI. F'A t of the
above InstiLtte will I e heild in Ch.larleston,
CXIatl Cu ittili on IlcLsday 17th October
(: 1 NCA L SKIL an~ od INI1 JS'I'lY of
every ilescripi on, is solicite! I'im- the El'xiibi.
tjio, ironis all the Sioiatliri S tati' , ;lull I'll E
J1V T.\l S wvill hbe :~varileil to thiose ltrescit i'
As this is the lir. (:II~rL miade ini the So-t Ii
e~rn states to advanice t he i\lccliiiic arts, by
liutIlis of i:iitnaI F"air siuiilar to those t Ibat
hIrte pitovedl so tit li!~i illo het ,Nortlhern, M:.
ehatoirs, thlei Iloaril of M1 iti;1i~trs t ;it'setlv S1.
licit thec co-opieratin of all %% lio Ivesl lusjiter
( st ini theL priisperityv otheii Sot 1h, andi alili.:LI
to eivery ileltsh:iiii, .~ltltt;itrtr nut ll
pir: its a't as u':ir in~t pua s t * :-ill atoil i
p((II "'!I I l this.t ii I') ir
Ites at us eal a sp:,ibdadc:
tpc m ilit U il e't l~lty :it sdl i
a' it 1,i 1:1(1l ot. towsx t iwa"rttI tir.
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'I' i~r als'ti:ltil~' il:t
till Iant 1.int itt t ui- *
I t ita I,' f constr u t (:al', -~ -
Il tlt~sfp (it nI . psi i
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l.' ti Ii iiiturii it ill.
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" ('lttut1e I'eb.'u" fit IH T) iust2o
W. A. KENT & 1YIITCHELT.,
C lo t h ing and Out-Fitting
'ES' A B3 LI S11 M1EN'V,
IA OXIc- HALL,
No. 62(8 Il't g-strc e(t, corner of
M('lt ~oi1 I, (ThIarlcstoii S. C
I 'ug tItarc W~ill uiialtt at al timest a full and
CeatIIftlaatea Roraak aoa ( ve's ~.
ilA 1U.) -JiA . ('L 0 TliNG
1iI.3t'<kctut1(I.) 1 1 3 lV31~duihgtoia
\l~i' 1 19.:!( tf
Importers of Fine Watches,
311 Iil', Si I:ER IUA:ItiX
( -;-: a'a- ar, va:' tl I lell Goods'c-.
('%r, r',: "',, N.i :C. l
D~ry Goods in Charleston
E:. Wa. It \Nt I~t ) II'. livIaata- ttc ;attaatiauta of
I'I.aaatc. 4 .and Ill-, it t:aiai -i, t a lao a.-;'it thae city to,
rI1t li l'i t *. . " ;az Ia' .a I. aa:,lo k alia~la
ra"-I : ; t a t...\a. a."t of l al 1 " lag tt
laa-eri .Z.r I .i i Itr. . _" t;
tall . a at t aa ... ' -n -I*i~; . 3i 1. ls
ha - .trn , I; *raa."h: att. l't.-a, Iatasa,
a .It l'4 aiw t, . '"t: . t"1.", ttrI a : r I _ tat I'I:aiza
S,":"! . li \I at-I.;i, ira"," at laluist
i tta It ):tt. ! Ittai ,-r., Taat.a- [.avats,
1. rt. Ia -iiata ';t t a I .:ta-;a 4..a .! is a t 'a, at.arl2
II a ra. t'.a it Iaul ( * tf al. ( ta fr ( ealtl letatatt
Ia" t:aatl a- : t :t . *aaa " a .ta ;a--anrtaaa.l oaf all
::t" t-'Ijttt2 l t - t ani a t- a :ro iil !l atla" uZI
I l t caaadidatI ii! . -its itt'tttt:a~ to the StMock
as eta. Ii.
:_':a .:: taa Stre'rt. ( azllta'ta S. C.
Ne w~ & Fashionable Clothing,
61' R( I .': A. 111.111':
11 ~ ~ I ...,1-..Nu:. .. 11 I t ' I, !-;".t l D t l s1
(...1 II. I: l I t,':!'" t~te ; .aal.!ia ,ig
-~ h : . _ " 1: .I It: ! cI t, It: 1,", ;t ..
-' ta' t t It -a-'!. t '' .a'trv lt'1=1t e t t
d .,I: C - I ''a tlittl-.'.aa.
a-t ! l. , -al ett' .t
a r,~ r *- I a~a. a.. .! I a a
57 The friends of A. R. Brad
ham, Eerl., announce him as a caudidate for the
oflice of Sheriff at the next election.
March 29th, 1819, 24td
OCrWe are authorized to
announce MALLY. BROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum
er District, at the next Election.
j.*-We are authorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RTIAME, a candi
date for the office of Sheriff, at the ensuing
se pt, 27, 18.19. 48 if
O-r'hac Friends of Richard
II. BRitOWN, announce hims as a Candidate
for the Oflic of ,Sheriff' of Sumter District
at the ensuing'lilection.
.Sept. 20, 1848. 47 tf
II Wc are authorized to announce Major
l AN 3A Ll,A ItD, as a candidate for
herill' at the ensuing election.
April 20th, 1818. 26 if
OTr'Ic fiicnds of William
A. ('t)C1.01T I I, Es< , announce hit as a
:andidate for Sherifi' at the next Election.
April 19, 1381. 25
FOR CL E RK.
(acr We are authorized to
announce Mr. JOAN 0. DULtANT as a
c:aulidate for the <(lice of Clerk rf the Court
at the ensuing election.
Nov . 3 tf
M r. Editor:-l'lease announce .101IN
DA ItG.\N JONES, as a candidate for re
r elect ian to the ollice of Clerk of the Court
fIor Stmoter Di.;trict, and oblige the
SUtJ 1I A NS.
April 260h, 1j18. 26 tf
"We are auttlorize( to an
nttnc e )AN EA, 11. ItC IIIOURG, a can
didate for the ollice of Clerk at the ensuing
e!e 't iOnI.
J an. .'j, 1 .1(i. 1:3 tif
'OR TAX COLLECTOR.
(We tre authorized to an
noujnce .\LENA NI)Eit WATTS, Esqi., as
a (':uidilate for Tax Collector, of Claremont
countyv at the ensuing Election,
South Carolina Rail-Road,
I eave Leave
Claar!eston', 101.00 a. m. I lamhurg, 5.00 a. m.
Sineatl, 10.-10 dd. Mlarsh's, 5.25 (10.
I.:t lson'st.- 11.05 do. Aiken, 6,20 dn.
Suterville, 11.15 do. Williston, 7.;(0 do.
25.\lile. I .()11 .0 do. lilackvillc, 8.01)0 do.
I lgeville, 1.50 do. (rahan's, 8.25 do.
Itos. , 12.11) p.m. .liulwav, 8.50 do.
I I \ iile T.O. 12.25 do. lIrane thville, 9,:10 do.
Gte orres', 12.15 do. Reeves', 10.0) do.
lae.ves', 1.001( do. (eorge's, 10.20 do.
lIranchville, 1.41 do. -11 il T.O.10.40) do.
\lhidway, 2.21 do. loss's 11.(1t do.
rahun's, 2.15 do. Itiageville, 11.1(1 ho.
l ":v ile, :1.2(1 do. 20 \ltle'P.0.11.10 do.
ill stan, 3.50 do. Sn ierville, 11.45 do
A5(15 do. la'$n's' Rd 11.55 (la.
a h 5.:15 do. Siniath, 12.2) i. in.
.1r. I1 a iii ., (1.1I d .. Ar.C' la's tonI.0) do.
I igevlle 1.10 do
~a~e 2,11 d. Iliuerill, 1;14 do.
I'ari ~l atte, 1,11 o. I /son'si he, 8 .05 do.
l.,a n 111)al. O~ine h, 15 d. m
A I 1:a'r, (.0:0 ado. .r.Ch'ston1)00 do.
ia vi, S1,-)5 p. ma. I~l~~i,21 1
II w in :,10 dlo.Iloap',2.1d.
Srneurg (i,:l5 ada. Ilpiss :.1 o
'i~ i ia le, :1)10 . o. alg, :111
Fo I .\1 ,1 :15 do. liilit 3.0 (0
Janal ion, :.15 do. :dlttl.1do
(LoIhn, 4.l(10 . 1'asaat .l o
I aopin'aaa, - :.21 (a. lavii', .. do.
I .?~a ( :t~itt~: Columb a ii. 1 .00 p. m.n
alt'. It tv;,a' opkin1) (10 1.51) do.
il. Li~tiata,111G)asden 7.23 do.
al,. .\ .lal~aa, .unction, 7.15) do.
I ,aa~e.IniotaFa,7.1 dote :.55 doa.
alta. l ilalIot a , ewislle, .001 do.
alta. ( 'hara .lamn, ieson' 5.15 dIa.
alat.Iital~i Orangeburgdo. 8.:15 doi.
Ar. t (anati, ow15(1s (.00 dlo
iAr Col'hia., :u0 doa. Arlirc'lleh, .1.15 dlo
Al tlthkm'sa (i:1( doi. hi~~u',5 o
Junct. ioi.n,. 7.5 do..ACanaOlal)
.lolumbiai :10 pI
A ra.ln, as.15d~oE .\r.Cam e, .15d
alad, Ikdnesdr'ta, andFridays.
do. (!areontLA.0 &o LF.25 de.
do. llv i ' -010 d . .5 d.
A, J, & P. MOSES,
Are daily receiving from New York and Charleston, and are now opening, large addition
to their usual variety of
CONSISTING - OF
Dry Goods, Ready-Made Clothing, Groceries
UARDWARE, &c. &c.
Hats, Shoes, Saddlery. Mechanics' Tools, Salt, Iron, Paints, Medicines, Dye stuffs &c,
all of which, have been selected with great care and direct regard to the wants of this sec
tion of country, and will be sold as cheap and on as accommod ating terms as can be bought
im this place.
To give some idea to their customers and the public of their prices, they will mention a
rew leading articles as it would be impossible in the space of an advertisement to epumer.
ate all the varieties embraced in their general assortment:
Good Brown sugars, at 0, 8 and 10 cents per pound,
Crashed Loaf do. " 12 1-2 do do,
Negro Kerseys, 8, 9 and 10 yards to the Dollar.
Calicoes, 1018 and 20 " " 6
Brown Ilomespuns, a yard and a quarter wide, 10 cents.
Do. do. 3-4, 7-8, and 4-4 at 6, 7 and 8 cents.
300 pairs women's shoes at 50 cents a pair,
20 doz. Linen cambric Ilanderchiefs, at 12 1-2 cents a piece.
With an endless variety of Miscellaneous Goods which they keep and would be gtadof
an opportunity of showing to their customers, feeling well assured that upon examnation
purchasers will find it unnecessary to leave this and go to any other market to buy cheap.
JOHN T. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
auttititlic, Z. (I.
Will practice in the Courts of Law, for
Sumter, Darlington and Kershaw Districts.
Oflice one door below Clark's hotel.
RICHARD M. DYSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
auttmteruille, ?. L.
JOSEPH B. KERSHAW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Broad-striect, (amn'den, S. C..
Attends the Courts of Kershaw, Sumter,
Lancaster and 'airlicld Districts.
GREGG, PALMER & GREGG,
Will practice in the Courts of Law and
Equity, for Fairfield District; and
GREGG & GREGG,
will practice in Kershaw and Sumter, in ad
dition to Richland.
Colnbia, 1st January, 1I49. 17 I lj
,3. :. tj43DNZSWOl 1 ,1
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Mr. II. will administer the Chloroform in
Surgical and Dental Operations, if required.
.June 7, 18"N. -J l y
More New Goods Received.
The subscribers have received another lot
of Spring Goods. They have a great variety
of Landies' Dress (oods, consistin:g (viz.) of
embroidered Mushns, eb'hossed do. dotted do.
sprig do. col'd. do., Lawns, C ambirics, Muslin,
G ighams, col'd Ginghains, mourning do. &c.
A variety of Linen Drills, Vestings, Ready
ilde C. tlling, I'anama and Leghor lats,
Carhfornia liats, &e.
Also to be tomul at their Grocery, fresh
No. 1, 3hckerel, dried llerrins, N. C. and
conetry Bacon and L.ard, superior N. O. Mo
lasses, &c. J. '1'. SOLOMONS & CO.
NEW DIRUG STORE,
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his customers, friends, and the public goner
ally of Sumter, that he has, and will constant
ly keep on hand, a Fresh anl well selected
stock of Medicines, Paints, Oils, I)ye StuTs,
Window Glass and Putty; Fine Soaps and
Fancy Articles; all of which will be sold
It. SI)NEY MEIL.ETTr, .11.1).
Our dloor rest of .lcLean's ol sta' t.
P, S. All orders froom the country p' .pt
y attended to.
New Spring & Summer Goods,
The subscribers have just received and
are now opening a beautiful and well se
lected assortnnt of Goods, suitable for
the season. A mong their rich selection
will he Ibun----liarages, MLuslips. Ging
hams and every variety of Calicoes.
Also, for Gentlemen's weatrr Linen drills,
Drab d'Ete's, and Cottonades. A general
assortmet, Cotton (oods, such as H rown,
Blenched and color'd, I loiespuns Checks,
lied Ticking 28 and :10 inches; Curt right
Osnaburgs, Crockery, IHardware, Shoes,
Ilats, &e., &c., at Charleston prices.
CLARK & LEWIS.
April 11 24 tf
The subscriber ofl'ers for sale his planta
tion, siuated between Suntervhdle and State
burg, containing 50l acres o.f lanid; a good
dIwellinug I Iiuse and~ ouit-himidings, wvith an
excel lent Gist MIdil: thle Mll I louse is in
first rate retpair, hayvinug been aItel v rebil t on
ain inmproved plan, a g' od stamnd 'for customu,
with a Gin house attached, runiiing hv wa
ter. Any personi w ihinig to putrchtase c'an
CiIA XI IES C. .J C(KSON.
Smuuter, A pril 30P, 1'?.l'. 27 t f
IMPROVED COTTON GINS,
ThaInkf~ul fon past fav ours, thne suibsc rier
wish1es to intorma lhe publicu thait lie sitdl
Mlanuftactuiires C( TTO( N G;INS at his Es
tablislunent ini Statesburng on the iiostim
purov~ed andn apiprove' d hm, of te imst situn
pile confstruictio Ilof the' finest finishi, anid of
the best ma~teriauls, to wit, .'/',e/ Xagirs am
Si/./ plated ribs caseli hrened,. ini ~ u hb
wvill sell for twon dolha rs per saw. Ilie a l.o
repairs old G in, aul lputs t hiem i1 com.
phete order at thles shortei-t not ice. All r
dlers for ills wilIlibe piromiply anid piunct i
ally attended to.
WVIlI.\MN El l1.IS N.
Stattehurg, 8..C. A pril II1, I15-10. 24 tj
6 Dozen Townsend's Earsa
pari t , just recqived and ti'r saler at
MrNi tE'rI'o nor-l U v , ,,l
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to any
e:.eit in the above line, both for new work
and repairs. Our (tins are not surpassed by
any made in the State, possesing all the ad
vantages of the Falling Breast and Sliding
Ribs. which saves a great deal in way of re.
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate Saws,
with teeth set in an angle that cannot possibly
injure the finest staple, with an improvment
to regulate the mting of the cotton; our brush
is constructed on a plan, giving at once, the
advautages of lightners, strength and force
all very material in the successful operation
of a Gin. We would invite planters to call
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst we would assure the public generally,
that they shall have no cause to complain
either of our work or prices.
We are also prepared to do work in the
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. Wardrobes
Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables,Cupboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
HUDSON & BROTIIER.
Opposite the Presi terian church.
Smnterville, April 22, 1847. 20 ly
NE W GOODS,
AT THE CAMDEN BAZAAR.
Al. DRUCKER & CO., respectfully inform
theircustoners in Sumterand the public gen.
erally, that they have received a large and
general assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting of every variety suitable for the
season, Also, a complete assortment of
Groceries, H1ardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and
Bonnets, Hats and Caps,
Bugging, Rope, and
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
An' every other article usually kept in their
lie of business; all of which are offered for
sa le at extremely /me prices for Cash. Re:
member to call at the
Oppnosie the Camden Bank, Camden, S. C
The subscriber, having taken, the corner
Store, (known as AlcLeans) would, man'
re: 1ectfully, acquaint his old Friends, an
the Public at large, that lie will at all times
take pleasure to accommodate them, in Cutt
ting and laking up Garments, in the most
lashionable am7 substantial manner.
lie will keep constantly on hand a fresh
and seasonable assortment, of outfitting, of
the latest and most approved Fashions, and
hopes, by punct nality and his desire to please
all, to merit a continuance of their Patron
age and confidence.
D. J. WINN.
Jan p l 1_,1.9 12 tf
A tine assortment of Ready Made Clothing
with Shirts Drawers Cravats Gloves &c.
'aeanama Leghorn and Palmnleaf Hats,
broad brim fur do., very low for Cash.
L. B. HANKS.
The subcriber, through the solicitation of his
friends, has made arrangements to stand his ecle.
brated Horse fIUCEPIIA LUS, Jr. in Sumter
District, the ensuing Spring. Said Horse may
be expected to pass through Sumterville, by
Fau!ton, and perhaps Stateburg, and in the Fork
of Black River; and any other place where sur.
htcicntly enceuraged and convenient to his route,
which will be determined by the groom.
TernIa-flucephalus,. Jr., will be let to
mares at A-4.00 ; $8.00 the season, and 812,00
to imsure; 25 cents to the groom in every in.
stance. Parting with the mare forfeits the in.
suranuce in every imstance. Every care will be
taken to prevent accidents, but no liability should
N. 1t. Where a company of 6 or 8 mares is
madece nye by respatonsible persons, andcth lbHforse
andca Groomc forneishe~d free of charge as hce is pass
iuag rounid thcroaegh the season, I will reduce ihe
seasona to 8 7, aced tihe insuiranco to 810. 1 ;il
aelso give the same chaince to all those who feel
disposced to pactroncizo my ilorse upon saad temma
ltUntcels, Jr., waOs got by J. P. Roges"
iephctains; hee Icy Wliamsona'se ledford of ir.
mmia nn hcclIe Iby Ol)Id impcjortedl Bedford. Old'
"laccplaccua mlcc w~'as by old kiang Hlerod, audi
Iceta ''wg:'Iwig bey thec old imported Jam'es;
sca e. dami, was, aecordineg to information, a
bytle. Jtcur~ehalcs icnnior's damn was got by
old "A hi te tOak Splat; hce by L~ewis Coll ins'c Split
whosec~c pearticrnance acs at ltmee flurese was well
es tlIhshced oce thIe 'amdaen 'iTurf, aimd lee out of
Ihe cbl unedic c lica:Ele-thce-t'ash; lBuce~phalug
-g- dam wacs cct bcy M arcus.
I t'ci conud here cnblah a lonag list of certificate
t' cma dilfercae. t Disotricts nrelatwol' to hucephalua
.r'a. repultnoll as a fcacl getcten, but deemc it use'
,as re ferenzacec can hec hcad to heis pcrinted bills,
acca tc ezen o~.' c f Sumicer District, who have '
eri '<fIbs c and kinow theay will naot suff'er
Ic Ucmparon~l with thcose.ct oflan ohce~r Horse.
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