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One Dollar a Year
Post Office at Pickens a
Morris will speak at
irch noxt Thursday,
II, at 11, a. m.
Latimer is also ex
-horo. Lot ovorybody
hear the great issues
BE AN INDEPENDENT
A LONG AND EARNEST
-TEi DRIFT OF OPIN
ENTLY IN FAVOR OF A
:R MAKES A SPRECH
NS THE. FATE OF WHICH
)r not to put out an in
,ickot and to call a
ition was the subjec
it kind of a discussio
mifernce of the But
ast night. Tho con
hold in tho dimie
o hotel Joroio am
thirty or forty mor
pose( to roprosont v
r of the counties ol
storday tho old famili
>mo of thos who adII
SA downfall of
a0 facos of thoso inteij
: tho Stato for thom.
Butlor headed the lisl
,sent. From Edgofiel(
Carwilo, W. R. lar
,o B. Lako, and sovora
'xt in importanco won
tornoy W. Perry Mur
nuo Collector Townes
lHector A. 11. Jonkins
llo; Raliding Depity L,
ock, of Nowborry; Thom
.rd, of Fairfield ;Mayor
d C. S. Not-fes, of ir
Deputy Collector Hal
:1, MI. P. T.lrilbe and1( B.
tr, of Anideonm; (i. (C.
'. Landflord1, of Sp31atan
if. Hunt, jr., (G. L.
t, of Now borry ; Th'1os. B.
f Union, Jlohni Dunna
RI. Christie and A. M.
Chester ; M. 0. Dantzlor,
thow ; John E. Allon, of
J ohn May, of Yorkv illo ;
L. Base, of Florence;
. Mow~er, of Newboerry -
n1 G. Capers, A. E. Gon
G. Gonzales, of Rich
F. Perry, of Greenville
io other newspaper 111r
iro J. Wilson Gibbs, W
>f the Journal, and Kohr
%'s and Courior.
Iferonco was ini SOSSiol
~djourned it was stated
2 anything to the news
Jurtain newvspap)er m1on1
wvere not dependent ot
to be giveni them.
own thlat a chairman ant
y wore elected and that
resolutions were intro
'hose resolutions precipi
discussion lasting fo
is not knownl what the:Y
,but from tho window
aing room of tihe hoto
ieard the discussion n
goat and hottest discus
as stated, on1 the questioz
a convention and put
a ticket from governoi
hero seemed to have beer
position to this course,
ten against it wero evi
ile minority, because
>oech in favor of a con
,vas made the cheering
LutS was loud anul hearty,
idications point to a tiok
known that tiree men
considered for the nomni.
- govern~or. The name of
i dson is among the num-.
e opposition to him is that
Of (1to make a fight.
d iscussieaon m1any bit.
sa were sa1iaboUt the Till
nid tha mior ity of th
.'urged a fight no matte,
brthey were deetaa or n
aamwrnid that he was infave
nigthefight now at
4 belie011Y04in going at it
business with h rush. and making
a practical fight and a hard fight.
Another said that the conference
ought not to attempt to commit
those present to any course. He
was in favor of requesting the peo
plo to moot at their respective
county seats and deciding whether
they were in favor of an independ
ent movement. If they were then
a convention could be called and a
ticket put out. Until this was
done he was against the passage of
the resolutions calling a conven
Senator Butler made a speech
during the evening. Among other
speakers was Captain Capers. Some
man wanted the resolutions read
by sections and adopted that way,
but Captain Capers was opposed
to this and wanted the resolutions
adopted as a whole. Anothor man
took the ground that the passage
and publication of the resolutions
would lose votes to the movement.
A great talk was hoard about
"the democracy," and the confor
ence soonod to consider that it was
L the only gathering of domocrats in
tho Stato. National domocracy
. playOd an important part in tho
Reportm were itnde fromn the different
coluntien of tho dtate and about the
prospects of winiling. Some of those
present took the position tlat it would
he better to make the fight only in
countfes where there was- at clamee of
winining Jand leave the others alonlo.
There was imuch talk about the smnall
votw east at the recent primary and
August Kohn, of the News and Courier,
arOe 11,ad said that. he had sont hiis
naper a tabIaItel statenAoaat of the vote
The total h1 the State
this 11gli . P Colde
ence to judge of it itsten. . lferenco
gave signs of being ntich impre-s and
helieved that in that light, vote liay al
tie cliailese of ana inidependent Ilove
()ne 1set''ae, With a gi' t da1 Of ei
tlusiisi, sai th at. in 187i hey lal
htein I.at firstrgd nt 4) 'to say of do any%
thiig hut they lind fo ghtl. and wol.
'T'ihey wouli fight 1and win iis riuaao if Ilte
de Icr v onhd back1 them.
('1aptainl (:aapers repjaortedl Iliat he 1181h
reerved 1n1iny e uaco ging le tr '4 fit'
gavef te nainiaes of somae (if those fromnt
whuoma thle h(ee'ters hadt bee riieei 'ved. A t
tie ame ine hae reiorted i hiat here was .
home oppoSitio n It) the imoVt. VIit ii nmaoig
Ien whi o were expeted t ( be its friend " *
Ill one instalic. father and Ia sona ex
pre'tsse'td dhiret.dlly oppos~tite vie'ws onl thei.. I
After t het conferenice land adjourned a
miembert' saidl thaat the r'esolutionsa which
had~ causedl 5o mulch debate had been
patssedl and heo talked conidenitly or wina
ning. TLhere isi little doubt froma every-,
tinjg that the reformuers and those con
servatives who boieve int standing to the
rack will have to light an independeint
movement of the worskt nort, and will
heave to Ilghat a tieket composed or strong
It is understood thatoffere oIf financiial
aaseistance. have beeni recei ved fronm v'ari
From 've.ry thinig that can be le'arneid
for a convenottion for theat nomainationa of a
State ticket. It could naot he teaarned
wht date for' Ihe con venition tas beeni
tlxed but the hot headsl' wanit it, rigt.t.
eawayi itand w~at I) to bgin thle lightI wih
out. preliinaar'ex. lIn the hainguaga.e of
thle genatlemnenal who stpoke' Ho heatily 3,
''Lets staurt. thle fight. anad resolute after
A lighat is whaat they w~aant ad a fIght.
is what thet.y will get..
in this sect ion,! it it is politil
times, though we dho not t ake
much stock in politics, we impally
v'oto for the men of our choice.t.
goo.d 1men! too. Withi somie the
r ace is run, and the v'ictory won,
but othe(rs w~ith sadnIiess of face,
will try tho second ralce, wvhile
others eqjually as8 good anid kinid
b~y some1 mishap weret loft far he
hind1, but the good p)r.'Ole, if you
are true at soul we will think as
nmuch of you as if you had reach
ed the goal. So be not dhiscoura
god at a failure, but liked the fel
low was when his best girl wont
back on him, sing "'Happ~y on the
way'' whether you mean it or not.
The school at Twelvo Mile,
taught by Miss Virginia Ligon, of
Greenville, closed yesterday, Miss
Ligon hnows the art of teaching,
she being a graduate of the Female
College of Greenville.
A party of youngsters have gone
to-day to take a peep from the
lofty lights of Table Rock. We
wish them a pleasant trip and a
lovely time with their fair part
nerm. Some of the boys said they
were not going to be burdened,
but boys that wont do,, it will on
ly lighten your burden if not
physically it will mointally is the
experience of a BAc11sT,OI
i t is estimated that there are
le '75,000,000 dogs of all kinds in the
u Tted States.
CONGRESS. Wilson, 1528. John
ion, 1828. Duncan, 154.
HOUSE ox REPRESENTATIVES.
Shuman, 1821. Bramlett, 1736.
These throe are elected on first
Scott, 1253. 1). F. Batson, 1137.
Scruggs, 1144. Vordin, 930. H.
Y. Batson, 319. Ligon, 224.
McCollough, 1435. Stroud, 1307.
Whitmire, 1277. Hammett, 1354.
The total vote in the County
will be a little moro than 3700.
Bailey is elected Probate Judge
over Clyde; Walker is Troasorer,
Hicks, Auditor, Austin, Register,
and Plylor, School Commissioner.
The raco for Supervisor will
have to be run over between Hol
land and Edwards. Their vote is
Holland 838, Edwards 685.
Dologatos to the Stato convention,
2,522. For Congross-A. 0.
Latunor, 2,657. For Sonator
D. K.- Norris, 2,749.
Total voto for Roprosentativos
2,869; necessary to a choico 1,435.
J. E. Breazoalo, J. B. Lovorott
and I. W. Pickons, having roceoiv
od the nocosHary majority, woro
declarod nominatod. A Second
elootion for the two romaining va
cancois will bo hold on the 11t of
September, the four caidid(lites ro
coiving the neOXt hlighmeist Votes
being the coitostant its follows:
.J. W. Ashley, .J. B. WVaitsol, ROv.
J. Rt. Elo,4 and J1. .J. Coplan11d.
For Probato JIdge-No1 of the
canidates hav-ing reoiveod it ma1
jotity i socondtJ rtco will beo run1 by I
it. M.hirris and W le. 0. Cox.
For Ischool Commiissioner-. )
If. RulsseHp har1ing rece(ive(d at mla
joritv, wits decltrd nm ii ied.
lFor, Supervisor-None of the
anllidites lhing receie at mla
Or'ity it seconld race will bo runl
>y W1'. P. Snolgrovo anid A. W.
For Auditor-Total voto 2,98'7; t
ocessary to a choico 1,494. G. N.
. Boloman having received a ma
)rity was declared nominated.
For Treasurer-Total vote 8,004;
ocessary to a choico 1,506. J. NI.
'ayne having received a majority
v'as declared nominated.
We ailso declare nlomiatedt C.
R. D). Burns, for HLou~se of Repro
sentatives, E. L~. Herndon for Pro
hate Judge, WN. N. Bruce for Su
povio of Registration and J. L.
Fenniel for' Counity Superv'isor.
We also dleclare tha , there has
been'1 lno nomlinaltion! for t he other
mn'lebe of the House of Repre
senltaii tivs, or. for School( Conis
51ioner, or County Auditor, or~
To make these n)ominlations a
secondl primary election will he
held( by the various Clubs in tiis
county 01) Tuesday, thle 11th day
of September, 1894, in which the
candidaites for House of lHepresen
taitives will ho J R. Earl ~e and1( W.
L. Hludgens'a; for Schiool Conunis
sinnecr, M. F. Whitaker and1( V. F.
MIartin ; for Couniity Treasurer,
Thot)m )person~s whot acted'( as
nmanaigers of th is primIary will ailso
act~ in the next, wi th the pover of
such of the maniagors as may be
presenat thlemiselves to fill Ivaican
ce's ini their respb5ective boarid.
By crdetr of the Counmty Execu
August 80, 1894.
[ Keowoo Courier.]
Liberty, S. C., Aug. 28, 1894.
Mr. Editor: Pleaso announce in
your paper that unavoidable cir
cuimstances prevent us from hay..
ing our Camp-meeting at the Union
Camp Ground, (colored,) in Pick
ens county, near the towni of Lib
orty, S. C., which was to sako piace
17th of September nioxt.
G. WV. SHTAcKLEFOun, Pp.stor.
A hacking cough keeps the bron
chial tubes in a state of constant
irritation, which, if not spoedily
removed, may Jload to chronic
bronchitis. No prompter remedy
can be found than Ayor's Cherry
Pectoral. Its effect is immediato
and the result poermnanont.
A country poet, after looking
about over life hlas come to the
following rhyming conclusion:
"0, I wouldn't live forover, I
wouldn't if I could; but 1 needn't
fret about it, for i couldn't -if I
Mr. Editor: In behalf of the
community Wo tao ~this moth
Dd of extending Rev. T. F.
NAlson our sincere thanks for the
go(d that he has accomplishod
mnd for the labor that he has done
%t Golden's- Creek church, this
year. While he is not the pastor
there this year, yet he has taken
great interest to''increase the mom
borship of t.hechlrci'and 'to de
velop the musical tglent there is
in this section. .'HQ held a pro
tracted meetuig at Golden's Cieek
church, and made several occa
sions to the church. He was then
)Ilevololt enough to teach a tenl
days singing at the same church
which closed onl the evening of tli
80th instant. All of this he did
free gratis. The school closed
with a grand entertainment at the
close of which Rev. J. F. Nelson
addressed himself quiet docoriotis
ly to the students.,
May God ever remember and
1les Mr. Nelson and his htlor, is
the prayer of J. AL6NZO BROWN.
EDITOR JOURNAL: 11 inys.peech atl'IcC
Os14 you Ellote mife a4s s4ying (in speaking of
A (nllitutltiona1l341 4'oileltvion) 1 "was not in
favor of a property or eltieitional flitalili
cation or to strike out the two mills s4chooil
Now Mr. Editor, I (oUw yon lid itot, ln
tentioinal Ily mlisquiote Me, bit that it was an
unententioial error it sorme way. Tlierv
foro, I will entleoavr thr yit po Iper to
1eltinO Iiy p4sitiOn1 on3 tht s1ubject, AS Io
tI 1 11t.iffnaill jt14 i 1141ieio , there is fit)
on1e r1no.e( inl favor of it Ithan1 I ansl,. It 1. It
ai liilit to 1414'lition, Iil aiythiing tiIat.
w-ill teiii to miake piareints io m14opre for till
eilti onili of tlei' chidi1e it' at I g i l hilig,
leii.e. I im inl f61% r of it.
As to) the- two mill14 84cho1ol taix, if it iS
qstricken.j f.(ol in llh .onst.4ituionil, will it riot
test r4 1 r I 5f ie I 44 I slyst 4 ? Will t he
begilaturilte e444o Ila an appro priition for
;,IIuool iiprpses'.' They-will if it en I'e
on in a w Iy t l4t Lb taxes p iil 1y t Ie
Ilitts will go i4 the, whiit sthoil aid the
liilt pIit by Ohl inegrotis to t.ieiri chiools.
;til4 il favor 4f it,.tuiit (-fin it enn be 41one?
I it 14it collntriar tothe onlstitltioll of tile
iiitei St;ates'. If it 1,s k what vnti he done
keep up~ a syst4m1 oif free 14ehools, i
It is Iiot right to tax tlie people to keop
, the Colleges of tih1e State tid do nothing
r fieta4 in the comnmon 4chool.
I amn not in favor (if ainy diserimination,
it if yont do discriminate d1o it in favor of
e pmor. 1ropert.y is able to take care of
wif, not 4o with poverty.
I anm 4n fatvl' or f mi such laws as will give
1Eqla l rigltsi to all and ispecial privileges
Thb it it wiite man'si governnent and tile
111tes intend to rule it. If there il nto
ther waty to keep tli wihites in power in
onth Caroliin, I would- he in favor of i
roperty qualitllenion, but let it ho tb liit
esort. A property qualitleation wonhl (lis
ranchise many of our-bevst white 4nn, a1(n
Irive themm fromi our State. . ting t~lhat is
lanlgerous to thle prospeority' and14 welfalre of
No4w, Mr. Editor, I have detlnled miy posi
ion b4riefly antd if I ha3ve4 anly crities 1 hope44
tLo hlear from them~l thlrough thle cohunna43 of
beL too44 well discused, asi the4 people14 a1re
ioon to vote en tile matter'.
C3EOlIG A-ALIABIAMA BUSI N 1ss Co.
lH Eit EsENTED--l-F1vEjCoLLEG4Es IN
ON l:-Coal M EIcIAI., STlENoGRAr'PH
NO.\lAL, 'lEL.EGRIApH, AND IpEN
A RT't-A P'AIRT,M EN'1s' T E MosTr 1L
EG( AN'T AND) ~DELIGHTFU'L.
M AeoN, GA., August 24, 1894.
Den r Si r : E neso is respet
fillly subm141 itd' you, niot bg stran
gors, butL by g6nitlomon who are
wo'l I knownI throughout the South
ern Statos ; and who have patrons
from nearly overy couunty and soc
T1he pr'oposi tioni is diesignied te
rodoundl to our1 miutual benefit
andI the111 uiflormi ttxperien)ce of hun-w
dreds1 of publ ishers is thait a l ike
contract has boon profitable t(
It will be soonu that the scholar
ship is an unl11imi ted oneo; is of the
valuo,of Forty D~ollars ; is deliver
able at any time after accoptanc(
of conitract, andl miay bo transfor
rodi to alny one not * resident of
Toservice asked. is small and
the unlliversal initerost in busi nest
education assuros the stile of th<
scholarship at a good price. Mort
young mon attond1 Business Collo
gos during this season)f than at any~
other; andl by a prrpompt acceptance
you may dispose of the scholar
ship and soecure pay for the advor
tisomtont tell to twelve months il
advance of its completion.
The offer is certainly a most aid
vantageous 01ne, and1( we si ncorel
trust that you may sign contract
rotaini Jg the dpp1hliet and1 return
ing th0 originaf'l romptly, whoro
upon e lectro And copy for,. adver
tisemuent will be immnedliately mail
ed yeu. Yours courteously and
truly. WYATT & ARTIN.
Science tellIs us that tihe body of
every humuan bein g weighing 150
pounds(1 containis one pounfd of
s891t. Also that overy one of us
need in a year about 15 polunds of
Bait. The satiris are those who
have more than their share.
A FEARFUL CALAMITY.
Woods, Farits and Villages D4
stroyed by Forest Fares.
TREMENDOUS LOSS OF LIF
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 2.
Throo towns, Hinkloy, nissio
Crook and Pokegainma, lio in as
os tonight and moro than 2
corpses lio in the neighborhood <
Hinkley. 'Tlie vast valley betwoo
the Kettle rivor and Cross Lake
laid wasto, including sovoral vi
lagos and settlements. Bosid<
tho towns that wore roduced I
ashos farms wore swopt clean b
the flames. Tho forests aro sti
burning fiercely and rain is r<
quirod to drown tho fires that ai
swooping over that vast regior
Whole families have boon crc
mated. In some instances onil
one or two mon escapod from
neighborhood to toll of the dostru<
tioi. They savod their lives b;
running to small lakes or hidin
i potatoc fiolds and roachod Pin
City moro (load than alive. Th
dead aro being picked up by tl
sCor() and brought horo.
Searching partios aro penotrat
ing the burnod district but fint
nono but the charrod romains o
'lho p )oplo from iHinkley and
Mission Crook who escapod with
thoir livos are-0 dostituto, having
neither homes nor food. Roliof
sont out from St. Paul was timoly.
Thu sipplios of provisions was
moro welcom than oven tho blan
kots sent out later becauso the ma
jority wero still anxious to con
tinuo the soarch for the doad and
suf'ferers. The tents and hospital
supplies are very necessary for th(
ijure(d and burned pooplo.
Harris. Richardson, of St. Paul
wired Governor Nelson to send oul
more supplio of provisions if pos
siblo. H-. H. Hart, of the Stati
board of charitios, is at Pino Cit:
gathoring' data to provide Stat
relief. Joe Manix, of MinneapoliE
is also thoro to report to Mayo
Eustis so that supplios may 1)
sent lator from that city. A corn
mittoo of fivo from Stillmoro i
getting in formnation as to wha
lumbor supplios aro noodod am
will contributo building material
Assistamt Gonoral Managor Mayor
of thie St. Pauil and Duluth Road
has be he(re and returned to St
Paul to sond( out sleepers, hiospita
and (camp suppl)1ies for the wound
edl and hiomoiloss.
To the Churches of Twelve Mi I
We are n)eainig the close of an
other asiaS(('tionl year. Whai
shall we do about our p~ast ind~obt
edness? Are we going to the As
sociation with it still hanging ovoe
us? We trust not. One little pul1
altogether will pull1 uts out. Le
uts makeo0one strong of'ort b~etwool
now and each of the Union meet
ings to pay this debt. Let th
delegates to the last Associatio
romlombo hr their pledlge and ur.
their churches to helpj in this mal
tor. We urge the p)astors and (dei
con to take up collections in thoi
ehurches, publ) jicl private,
their next regular meeting, ft:
this purpol)so and1 send it to I1:
'n ion meetings. Now, broth rem
dhon't treat this appeal with silem
contempt. Let us use the mont
of Soptombor, every day and Sm
day too, to raise funds to pay a
this debt. This debt must be pai
and there is no uiso to mince it ai
longer. Pastors, help us ; deacon
we beg your assistance; delogat(
remomb1 er your plodge. D)or
throw this aside, but present it
your churches and urge them
send us a good collection to eat
of tihe Union meetings.
Fr C. E. RomINsoN
A Reward of $500
Will be given for any case
Rheumatism which cannot be eui
ed wit~h Dr. Drunmmond 's Ligh
n iing remfedly. Tiho proprietors<
. not hido this offer, but lprint
1)ho(d type on all their circulat
th rough the cohnnuiis of newsp
.ipers everywhere. It will we:
wonders-ono bott le curing am
ord(inary case. If the dIruggi
has not got it, he will order it,
it will be sent to any address I
Oxpress,":on receipt oif price, t
gother withI special instruictiol
for use. D)rummond Medici1
Co., 118-50) Maidlen Lane, Nc
York. Agents Wanted.
Railroad to be Sold.
The Sp~artaniburg and( Ashevil:
railroad is to lie sold1 as soon11
.Judge Simonton fixes the day <
sale. The bill of foreclosure wi
f iled yostorday by Duncan & SimI
son, wvho represent the first morn
gage b)opdholders. Mr. Jamt
Swann, of New York, has been ai
pointed receiver of the roadi.
WOFoRo OOLLEGE) 0
SPARTANBUR0, S. 0. For (
SMITH & BR
Will offer for Thirty days the follov
Suits at a terrible st
Lot 1, 37 Suits, 34 to 42, at $12.50. None
sold for loss Uian $16.60 and many of thomn
Lot 2,12 Suits, 34 to 42, at $10. This lot
This wo believe is i
E svor mado in Ciotning in Groonvillo. The
brics and made by the best tailors that cut
ish. A few minutos spot in examination
means a salo. AP" Como and see them.
May 24, 1891. .Main and Washingt<
We carry at all times, a stock of differ(
COPPER, GALVANIZED and PLAIN S
3 &c., and are prepared to do all kinds o
7REPAIRING, from putting a bottom in
out and out elaborate articles and vessel
Our prices are always as low as can
good work. Don't have work of this kii
r or Galvanized Iron until you come to see
t When you want a COOKING STOVE r
i ELMO, and LIBERTY, and come to see
b edr al nosi~ tilpow
~~ ulv ag which ldto lulrntty ( snu
r g~ve a witt e gias-nteo to , 1.
o 110 EAS A ' N. liplaLnwrappor. AditressNi~LtVj
r or aio In ickonn, 8. c., by It.K xIKItiy-s >IUO
PlO\ENS HWOH 8000[
IMonday, September 3,1894.
M. S. STRIBLING, A. B.,
'i Pupils can get good board in North
o private families at reasonable an ent
hParents desiring to move to prices
town to educate their children can lots of
ernt comfortable houses cheap). you wv
If you wish to prepare your know
sons and dlaughters; -for business this F
life or for college you should ced b
of give us a trial; we will do you have r
r- faithful work. F"all st
t-.Send for circular of informa- someo
lo M. S. STInLING, ready
nl Pickens, S. C. thougi
s, August 16th, 1894. on in t
d ~-~way ti
. LEE P. OR R, can Pr
k P hotographer, We
7 for Lhc
Fa FREEMAN BUILDING, PIcKENs, s. C. sBeli
Ami now ready to do all kinda of work n who w
Smy line. Instannetousw process anti finsh- make i
o.. ed1 inl latest andtaost lupular atyloisat low.
est prices posstibmnfor irst-class wvork. again|
18 June 24, 1894. Ie
,Notice to Creditors. Jones,.
All persons holding claims side.
against the Estate of B. S. Por
ter, deceased, are hereby noti- JC
o fled to present the same to tho No.
s undersigned properly approved,
~f on or before the 1st day of Octo- Aug1
s bor next, or be barred from par' Agen
.. ticipating in the funds of said logue fr
-Estate, and all persons indebted .-.
s to said Estate must make pay
mont on or before the time above Are brok<
-. mentioned. J. M. S'rEWART, | cares
Augr. 80. Administra~tor. a ebI~d
I. CARLISLE, L. Lt D,
rO FULL COURSES.
ry expenses for one year
ndred and Fifty Dollars.
J. A. GAMEWFILL,
ring lots of Fine Frock -
of this lot has ever been
at $20 and $25.
was sold from $15 to $16.50
Goods aro of the finest fa
goods perfect in fit and fin
>f these numbers we think
n Streets, Greenville, S. C.
Mt sizes and weights of
IEET'L IRON, ZINC, TINP
f Sheet Metal -'Work and
a Coffee Pot to making
s in the above metals.
)e made consistent with
d done, nor buy Coppet.
n11 House, Greenville, S. C.
member the IRON KING
hem. May 5.
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