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It droops and die' i no:ing light
The rose that > .a 2y was whole;
"Ah, whither. on the wind of cight,
Is borne the fragrance of my sou"'
It sinks upon the ocean zone
The wind that smote the tender rose;
-Ahl, whither has the fragrance tlown.
And whatehall give my sold repose?"
It breaks upon the rocky shore
The vast, tCunutuus, grvineg sea;
"Ab, never. never, never more
Can love and peace come tck: to me"
It sobs far up the lonely Zy,
It faints in regions of the blest
The endless, bitter human cry
And only God can tell the rect.
- illiani winter
White Birch Toothpicks.
A toothpick factory is one of the fiour
ishing wood working establishments at
Harbor Springs, Mich.. and it is one of
the largest factories of the kind in the
country. White birch is exclusively used
in the manufacture of the toothpicks.
and about 7,500,000 of the handy little
splinters are turned out daily. The logs
are sawed up into bolts each twenty
eight inches in length, then thoroughly
steamed and cut up into veneer. The
veneer is cut into long ribbons, three
inches in width, and these ribbons, eight
or ten at a time, are run through the
toothpick machinery, coming out at the
other end, the perfect pieces falling into
one basket, the broken pieces and refuse
falling into another. The picks are
packed into boxes, 1,500 in a box, by
girls, mostly comely looking young
squaws, and are then packed into cases.
and finally into big boxes, ready for ship
ment to all parts of the world. Tnc
white birch toothpicks are very neat and
clean in appearance, sweet to the taste.
and there is a wide market for them.
The goods sell at the factory at $1.90 a
case of 150.-Timberman.
Efbets of Using the Telephone.
At the meeting of the American Oto
logical society in Washington, Dr. Clar
nce J. Blake, of Boston, read a paper
on the influence of the use of the tele
ne n hearing power. He thinks
t this influence must be injurious, be
cause the extremely low intensity, as
demonstrated by experiment, of the
sounds to be caught from the telephone,
compelled a strain of the ear which soon
fa?igued it, and made it especially liable
to injury by the accidental sounds of
comparatively high intensity, which
were constantly liable to be heard. Dr.
C. H. Burnett said he had seen several
patients who believed that the continued
use of the telephone had impaired their
hearing. Dr. 0. D. Pomeroy gave the
case of a patient who said the use of the
telephone fat'ged her very much, and,
she. ht,hd made her decidedly
Broeght Rim to Time.
It was getting pretty near the end of
leap year and Amarantha was becoming
"Charlie," she said with a sigh, as she
= raised her store frizzes from the shoulder
of-his Tewksbury milsall wool cassimere
four button cutaway, "I've thought of a
conundrum: Why are you like green
"Idon't know, rm suah, Amarantha
-O, it's because Pm sio sweet."
" "No,'' replied Amarantha, whose edu
cation was completed at the Athens of
America; "it is because no dtgree of
warmth causes you suddenly to expand
into 4 desiderated effilorescence."
Then there was silence for the space of
several minutes whilethe significance of
the answer was working 'ts way through
his nerve centers to hisoccipitelvacancy,
and then he popped.--Springfield Union.
Xirvnu on Jefrernon.
3George N. Stroat, of Nebraska City,
has an autograph letter written by Abra
ham Lincoln inl859. It isan answer to
an invitation to attend a banquet in Bos
ton cn the anniversary of the birth of
Thoma Jefferson. The letter concludes
with the following tribute to the author
of the immortaT Declaration of Inde
"All honor to Jefferson, to the man
who,-i the concrete pressure of a strug
for inde ence by a single people,
the oo ,forecast anca capacity
tointroduce into a merely revolutionary
- docment an abstract trur b, applicable
f6all men and all ties and so to em
balm'it there that today and in all com
inda it shaill bearebue anda
smnwblock to the haraingers of re
aping tyranny and oppression."
The old sigyptians were betterbuilders
than those of the present day. There are
blocks of stones in the pyramids which
weig three'or four times as much as the
obeliskon. the London embankment.
There is one stone, the weight of which
is estimated at 880 tons. There are stones
thirty feet in length which fit so closely
together that a penknife may be run
over the surface without discovering the
break between them. They are not laid
with mortar, either. We 'have no ma
ohinery so perfect, that it will make two
surfaces thirty feet in length which will
mee together as these stones in.the pyra
mids meet. It is supposed that they were
rubbed backward and forward upon
each other until the surfaces were assimi
lated, main them the world's wonders
in m -nin skill.-London Budget.
In the West Virgiaia Mountains.
"There is much ignorance in many of
these mountain counties," said a Baptist
orator at Clarksburg, W. Va. "A irtan
was riding through McDowell county on
his way to the court house. He met an
old lady and asked her the way to the
county seat. She replied: 'I did not
know that the county had any seat.'"
Then he added: "That reminds me
of an officer traveling through the
country during the war. He asked an
old man what was the population of his
county. He re plied: 'I dont know; it is
over on Tu ork.'--Richmond Relig
-coughing In church.
Concerning the habit of coughing in
church The Lancet say-s: "It repr-esents
to a large extent avoidable evils, bred of
hit and thoughtless imitation, and
their very desirable redtction is there
fore by no means hopeless. Ilven wh~ere
a basis of disease underlies the cxilosion
a little self control could usua'ly do
something to lessen its force or its fre
A young married mvn of Buec--- Vista,
Ga., started on his wedd ing t"p. The
best man and a friend of the urn ac'comn-.
edtehappy pair. Bot lais were
Svily yeiled, amai sonetow the got
mixed. Friend:; are a.......:::- fn at
the Benedick, who, dobi. s.i :.u as
firm a believer in instinctasasdtf.
The first statue of Washingeton ever
made 's on exhibitior. in Ne Y ork. eity
It is of wood, tea feet in height, ad in
1793 was set i.p in the centre of the old
Batery Park, where it remaiued half a
century. During alterations made' at the
Battery in 1842 the statue was put up at
auction, and bought by a gentleman as
A dry goods house advertising seaislein
sacques the other day added to its adiver
tisement, "Circulars free." A lad after
reading the adyertisement sent a note to~
the house asking for a circular-a fur-lined
The man who admires women pays a
nampliinnt to Wi mother.
The Importance of Instilling Into Their
Hearts Right Motives for Action.
While we are making beautiful orna
ments for our rooms, and lovely pict
ures to hang on our walls, to delight
the hearts and eyes of our children
and friends, are we trying, also, to
adorn the lives of our children by in
stilling into their hearts and minds
right principles and motives for ac
tionP Let us remember that memory's
hall is a spacious chamber. capable of
containing many pictures, and that
the scenes being enacted, daily and
yearly, before our chibirea's eyes. and
in which they are taking part, are
forming pictures; and, unlike those ou
our walls, they are to remain there
through life. If they are not pleas
ing they can not be exchanged or
effaced; so, doa't you see how im
portant it is that we are very careful
in their formation? How much bet
ter it will be in after years, when they
grow up, to be able to call up pictures
of green meadows, murmuring brook
lets, the delightful woods, filled with
harmless and beautiful creatures, and
fragrant wild dowers, than to remem
ber these places orly as they were
represented to their youthful minds as
.the lurking place of something dread
ful: toads, worms, bugs, and, as I have
heard children say, 'wildcats as big
as a cow."
Let us try and teach our children to
be happy and enjoy their childhood
while it lasts. Sympathize with them
and tryg o call out all the good and
beautiful in their natures by calling
their attention to some of the thousands
of wonderful and lovely objects all
around them. Tell them of the butter
fly and the changes through which it
must pass before it becomes the gor
geous creature sailing among the flow
ers, and of the nests of the robin or
brown thrush, with their treasures of
eggs or young birds, to be sought for,
looked at and admired, but not harmed.
Teach them the names of all the trees
and plants, and the different kinds of
birds in their vicinity. with something
of their habits, and they will soon
learn to love the study of nature, and
their minds and hands will be occupied
There's beauty all around us, if but our watch
qaatrace it 'mid familiar things and through
their lowly guise.
-Ho'rs at Home.
How Etchings Are Made.
No branch of art within the past few
years has attracted such universal anien
tion as etching. The art of eteinng i3
not, as is popularly supposed. a new im
vention, but the revival of an art in which
Rembrandt and Albert Durer c::c:lled.
The process by which an etching is made
is both delicate and difiicult. it is ac
complished by coating a cop.er plato
with a preparation of wax, upon which
the artist traces with a sharp instrument,
called the needle or point, the lines of
his picture. The plate is then immersed
in acid, which eats into the lines laid
bare by the needle. and the acid beth is
repeated. The lines when suficiently
bitten are stopped up with ine French
This process has been repeated more
han iftr timcs in some pLt ?s before
the proper eiXect of light and shade was,
obtairned. itching is really a drawing
on a platesth~us giving the genuine work
of the artist as tauch effect ias mn an oil
painting, It is thmis absointe (guaty of
art Posse-sed by etchings. as aist mgtuished
froai thie purely miecharnical nuAhods of
value. The ink iUsedi in Pri2:r t ik
the plate is warrmed by plcn it ont a
heated znzura slab so tha i n wil
aow freolv enough to ill up Ialth lines.
After ianig th ate N ru ed cle'an.
eaving~ the in~k only intoe ihe s, eept
ing w'here c. .fr:I i cis. ,of I - t and
shade may be Card e re-presardi hy
the lines..h cani be 0ot'inI by the
kiil of the ,rinter, who0 ca produce
bz;utiful .lcis flicis nianipultionI 01
the ink oni the 'ite. There is- a great
diflrnce in plates in tils respect, some
reuiring much more s.kill to print thatn
others. After the >late is ready the
paper, having first been datapened, is
placed on it and then covered with felt.
The press consists of an iron bed, per
fetly 'true and level, for the plate to
rest on, and an iron roller which passes
-ov'r the plate, exerti:lg great pressare.
so that the paper is forced into the lines
of the plate After each impressionl the
plate is cleaned and inked agazin. and the
same process gone through vwith, so that
tho printing of etchings cannot be hur'
red. To insure uniformity, a sam ple
p rint is before the primter to look at.
This is either printed by the etcher or
suyerntended by him. So great is the
sill require'd to properly print etchings
that less than half' a dozen printers mn
the country have won a reputation as
being first class.
Etchings are? quite expensive, and often
bring as high as $1,000.-New York
Greenville's Public Building.
WisarNGONo, Jan. 14.-The Secretary
of the Treasury has approved the selection1
of the site for the public buildings at Green
ville at the corner of Main and Broad
streets, owned by Donelson- & Marshall.
The amount paid is $12,000.
Its peculiar efficacy is due
as much to the process and
NOTHING skill in compounding as to
LIK E IT the ingredients themselv-es.
Take it in time. It checks
diseases lathe outset, or if
they be advanced will prove a potent cure.
It takes the place otdcofndcsl ae O HS
scriptions. All1who lead FO wos
sedentary lives will find BENEFIT
lithe best preventive orf
and cure for Indigestion,
Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, -
Piles and Mental Depression. No lossI
of time. no interference with business
whie taking. For children it is most mn
nocent and harrness. No danger from
exosure after takng. Cures Colic, _Di
arhra, Bowel Complaints, Feverish
ness and Yeverish Colds. Invalids and
delican persons will lind it the mi'.est
Aerient and Tonic they can use. A it tle
taken at night insures refreshing sleep
and a natural evacuation of the bowels.
A little taken in the morning sharpens
the appetite, cleanses the stomach and
sweetens the breath.
A PHYSICIAN'S OPINION
"I have been practicing miedicie for
twenty years and have never been able to
pu.p. vegetable compound that would,
ikSimns Liver Regulatr promptly
and eff-cnvely move the Liver to action, -
and at the same time aid (instead of weak
ening) the digestive and assimilative
-1 Hros, xD.,WSsingon Ark
Marks of Gsenuineness: Look for the redI
Trade-Mark on front of Wrapper, and the
Seal and Signature of J. H. Zeilin&dr Co., In
A no) - 1'l-"
It is a :l f ,ct that
highly I:rt: .::1 S. ':ii
,.1 Z i .. ' "
th tti.l:e fact th~g att
run aa fontaa ler wilth
then -eso.t on erclet
' Thed -
h ia av-s I~:Cs aldarmed the fins abe
h. ince that iane the ogs lart
of birds hasi been soC ;.Cet t: tU hie alway:
runs ailw fromi ti He 1l wil'l hutint
diligeizv to fin'd bird. attll make
his point aft-er they are' found, but the
maoment he s. tops to pinti he recollects
his :.i .., . is and w ith t m.ost .a .ject
expres-:n. h s :-ty frein th.
m"n. I:id sportmen i niav.e r'.moU hi'e aCt
uenst n F::t. Fhio &--..e
IL. W. FOLSOM,
Suecessoir to F. II. Folsou & Bro.
SUMTlEIR. t. ('.
WATrCHES, (LO kS, JEWEIY.V
The celebrated Roal St. John Sewing
Ma chin. ani Finest Eazor: in Amlerica, al
ways on handi. Repairing promptly and
neatly execsted by skillol workmnta.
O)r ers by mail will ree--.ivet wre"(i-nl atten
MANNNING, S. C.
157 and 169, East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IN R *ESI
Ely's Cream Balm
Cleanses the Nasal Passages. Al
lay Tnflammation. Heals the Sores.
'Etestores the Senses of Taste, Smell
A particle is applied in~ench nnsfr i nn d
Is agreeable. Price 50c. at Drucaliln or b
mail. EL3BROTHEI'r, WraSt..N-r~ Tc:.
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Almost asPaatable as M~Ik.
So disguised that it can be taken,
aigesed, and assimilated zny a~be most
senitive stomach, when the plain oil
annot be tolerated; and by the comn
iation of the ol with the hypophos
phites is much more efdicaciou..
Remarkable as a flesh producer.
Persons gain rapidly while takting it,
Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa
ation in the world for the relief and cure of
CENERAL. DEBILITY, WASTINC
COLDS and CNRONIO COUCHS.
The great remedyJ for Consumtiar. andj
Wurtin,.:n Chil.... Sol bi a11 Drugaists
If You Are Sick
with Headache, Neuro gia, Rheumatisa Dyspep
sit, Biliusa:ess. Blood Hlunors, Kidney Disease,
constipatin, Female Troubles, Fever and Ague,
s ssneaC, Partial F o - r Nervous Pros
tratkon, use t'aiae's Celery Compounti and be
cured. In each of thce the cae'e is monad or
plysial uvern\ork, anxiety. exposu:( or malaria,
the efeet of whieh is to weaken the nervous sis
tem, resulting in one of these diseases. Remove
the CaLsF wi i that great Nerve Tonic, and the
REsULT will di sappear.
Paine's Celery Compound Warranted to color more goods than any er
JA;. L.. ll0WvEat Springfield. Mass.. Writes :-dyes ever made, and to give more brilliant and
" '::ile'S (ce ry Compound cannot i exeiled as durable colors. Ask for the Dibmond, and takd
a NervC 'lonic. In my case IL Aingle bottle noother.
Wrought t great change. My nervot-sti A Dress Dyed FOR
(liit:)Iered. and with it the resultiing atTetionADesDyd FO
of the stoach, heart and liver and the WholeA Coat Colored
tone of the sy'steifl ,as wonderitlly invigorated1.ACot olrd ) I
I tell my friends, if sick as I have been, Paine s1
ieer Copon chaG aeben an arments Rernewed CEN TS.
Will Cure You! A Child can use then1!
Sold by druggists. S1 ; six for $5. Prepared oly Unequalled for all Fancy and Art Work.
by WELis, RICHARDsoN & Co., Burlington, Vt. At druggists and Merchants. Dye Book free.
For the Aged, Nervous, Debilitated. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Props., Burlington, Vt,
The Manning Academy,
']r A MimVTE.DT , M. C.
A GRADED SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
TWENTIETH SESSION BEGINS, MON1)AY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1SSS.
S. A. NET'1TLE&S, A. B., Miis. E. (. ALSBROOK.
The course of instruuction, embracing ten years, is designed to furnish a
liberal education suited to the ordinary vocations of life, or to lit students for
the Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior class of colleges.
PLAN OF INSTRUCTION.
The most approved text books are used. The blackboard is deemed an
essenti'l in the class room. The mwaning of an author is invariably required
of each pupil. In all work done, in whatever department, and whatever the
extent of ground covered, our motto shall always be 'oHoUGHnE.s. To this
end, we shall require that every lesson le l'arned, if not in time for the class
recitation, then elsewhere. No real progress can be made so long as the
pupil is allowed to go on from day to day reciting only half-perfect lessons.
TE1MS PER MONTH OF FOUR WEEKS:
Primary Department (3 year-course)....................... -$1.00, $1.50, and $2.00
Interme diate Departmnt (i years' course).............................2.50
I Higher Department (:2 years' conrsc),....................... .... $3.00, and 3.50
(ollegiat )epartment (:i years' course) ........... ................ . .$4.00, and 4.50
Mnic, including use of instriument,.. ................................... 3.00
tontingent Fee. tier session of 5 months, in advance ........................ - -- -
Roard per month...................... ......................... 8.00
1;oar.1 from Monday to Frilay (per month),............................. .00
The Principals feel much encouraged at the hearty support given the
school heretofore, and promise renewed efforts to make the school what it
should be-FIRST CLASS in every respect.
For further particular-, send for catalogue. Address,
S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
F. J Piz , r'iesidcnit. F. S. RODGERS, Treasuret
Atlantic Phosphate Company,
of Charleston, S. C.
-taiadrc.1 -p'ermtl-ZerS and Importers o
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
BROWN'. WHARF, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
a Mi:. M. Lm- i. of Manlnling, will be pleased to supply hid
friendk and the iublic renerally. with any of the above brand.
Of Fort ilizers.
TTO) F. WETERS,
.\V H oL1EMA L i. Dealer in Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
No. 121 L'is Bay, - - - - - - Chiarleston, S. C.
14..<!. .A R .E , 'r il- .
The tamerwoun & Baidey Guompany.
C03IISSION 3ME RChA NTS,
l'ri. (City' Eng!ine andi Boilers, tMis Engine and Bojiers. the F~amous Liith
Gimi lII draulic Cot ton Press, Eagle Cotton (Gins.
We Lave in stock one eatci (;C, 65. and 70 saw Eagle Gin, only shop wor'n
tat we are offering way' below cost. EigrSend for prices.
Oils, 1Rubber and Leather Belting, and a complete line of Mill Supplies.
ye-We Guarantee Lowest Prices for Best Quality of Goods.i
('AMl ERON & BA RKLEY (C., (Charleston, S. C.
W m. E. Holmes & Co.
OILS AND PAINTING MATERIAL,
Foreign and( Domestic (lues.
2u7 East Bay,. CHARLESTON, S. C.
FUR NIT UR E.
LARGEST AND CHEAPEST FURNITURE HOUSE
J. F. NORRIS,
A FEW PRICES QUOTED.
A good Bureau at $5.50
A good Bedstead at $1.00
A good Washstand at $1.00
A good Catne.Seat Chair at 75 cents
A good Wood Seat Chair at 45 cents
A good Wood Rocker at $1.25
A good Mattress at $3.50
A g.ood Bed Spring at $1.50
A good W oven Wire Bed Spring at $2.75
A good Lounge at $4.50
A good W~\Ire Safe at $:3.00
A good Bed Itooml Suit at $20.00 to $30.00
1 \\o Wtldnut Bd :oom Suit, Marble top, for $45.00.
- . n., onimo-s' so-k irmui th.. eii,-apest to the Iinest to) seiert t-rom.
na. imy if . i-n: t.' .:an iity. 1ill yout tirst See tis Stock and get
Mr~s. A Edwards
Brad CakeCandy.,Fruit, Etc.
! alu-m ii ful l cenit northi of goods for~ the Dollar
MR:S. A. EDiWA RDS). Mannting, 8. C.
The National House.
Tif Hol(OUGHLY REPAIRED AND REFURNISHED.
No. :113 KING~ STREET, Charleston, S. C.
rs.T 'm o-EK nop __m__
A The niotice'nt of ry o i st
R. W. IUR
Keep a full supply of C
COOhiNG ANi) HEATING S
W agon anyd i~ugy .lterial froitu a i to
1 ilng in I ubbelr :091 Le(athe1r, andl P':
\Itu.le a.nd Ucr . L .adin iu "I r 9t
G-reat ovesterI1 Ec
T1le an d Pok
\Vtl itnumv tha1inks to a enerious publ
solicitiig si ill their kiiid supl)ort, we ar
IF YOU WANT
MEN'S, LADIES', AND
Marine Stationary and Portal
Mill Machinery, Cotton Pres
boat, Machinists', Engineers'
Iehpairs e.reculted with plromlpless
East Bay, Cor.
To The People of Clarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
Lo1D:LL & Co.'s
Engines and Boilers.
I am sole agent in this cou ty for
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
ug All this machinery is direct
from the factory and will be sold at
the Factory's Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to the advantage
of purchasers to call on me before
'W. SCOTT H A RVIN,
High - Low
$28. -E $20.
Y U DW O S B~ u sen - ic
- - -O - - --
SIN PURNHUE BEORD YOU YOCNT.
bacco and Cgr.
Thour oder Fand Bithr
arloall and te TNIofmy
SO LDR TOLD MN TAIN.
pcthefra and 4 iod t h e th re
I all ad tdsake aoNI"off
FALLING IKNE SS,
tpthe wor a e an use h the e
und agan. IB REA At lAA CURiE.rs
FTrS, ditwllcrey odr
Lileti to tie factt that
ANT & SON
,ood inir, line.
llies. lbm,.-I.-hd/Xaplics, E:I,.
TOYES OF 1E1. MAKE!
a Wheel. Pumps Lvlth Iron and Wood.
ekiing; of all 1 indls. Imported G;uns,
n Variety from 31 SI . 1'.Ader, Shot,
r t Agcnts for tl v
rvc.eI r corpanay
ic for their past liberal pat ronaeg, and
e respectfully, etc.
IV. ])UR iH T~ &SOi\,
, Cabbages, etc.,
H. A. LOWRY'S, Agent.
and Dealers in
)le Engines and Boilers, Saw
es, Gins, Railroad, Steam
i d Mill Supplies.
and Dispatch. ,"enid/b-' price lis&t.
3n, S. C.
[GEo. E. TOALE. HENRY OLIVIr.]
Geo. E Toale & Co.
MAUIALCTURERS AND WHOLESALk
-T30 A T.17HFLS3 .
Scroll Work.a Turning and
inside Finish. Builder's Hard
ware. an1d General
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
10 and 12 Hayne Street,
REAt CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Charleston, S. C.
All Work Guaranteed.
f~-Write for estimates.
R ICE BEE.,! RICE BEER !
.Ware the sl iotu:turers of this de
liou and, headly hoverage. which after
having been anailyzed by all the eminent
ch.ist in .\tlnta, G.. during "Prohibi
i ion" and at tr the mc.; searching scrutiny
for" traces of alebohol, was allowed to be sold
fre. of State andi city license, and so also
mnor' recently after further analyzing in Flor
ni.It tills a long~ felt want for a stimulant
and ipeti/r thit is riot intoxicating; pleas
;ant to the taste, contains nourishment and
spieciallyv sited for persons of weak and del
iet constitutions. It has the taste'of lager
beeriof th i nest flavor: hosides, to add to
its. piurity al d dcinal 'inalities, is special
tv nmd of our et-eleratedi world renowned
crignil Art.-in well -water. Put up in
case t.: one ut/zen pints at $1 i5 pcr dozen;
tive dozeni at i per dozen, arid in casks of
teni dozen i-eh -at 90u cents~ per dozen. Cash
it-d* accompany ieh order. Copyrighted
anud patent appited for.
We.~ havei no Agents. andi none genuine
nle-s ordered direct Irom
C R AM31 i & KE R ST EN,
Steaun soda antd Mlineral Water Works.
Charstn S. C., Ui. S. A.
C. I. Hoyt & Bro.,
& REPAIRING A SPECIAL.TY. ""@
Main Street, -- - Sumter, S. 0.
TWI H cGH-UNIN
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
If you desire to purchase a sewing mnachine,
ask our agent at your plac for termsi and
iettonears fadessto youurbelow named
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