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Our iflorimation this worning is that
only four entries have Ien made fhl
the senatorshIp-M elaurin, 11hy, Mhay
ield anlun olaldon. Cot. Johnstolle
did not enter. With this field Melau
rin is a pretty siv winner.
The raeo for VUniwite S tates senator
to sum ohed Senatior VArlt egan yoster
diay at Sutlter. It as vev\ hot weathe
Iol slait omI oil e campaign of fotly
Ilueetlgs rigli' along in suc4ee:slon, aild
it will taike a sting onstitution to
Stanld tht, lost.
\ was down thern, on Sunday night to
e the '.:tulation. but left ye'terday be
fore the hall opene.i. An this is writ
tell bfoe lw e p o (,iiniz. of the day
are' reeted. .t Neherry iol 1n4
Col. .1. 1 M. t rb\ on the train. lie
knewl not hing' as to w hat mig. ht he~ Oc
pei'teed, aini w a- s at istle'd Sena tor Nie.
luit tl.hould blitefeated.
At 'olumbia wk - took on Col. N1. I
llabiwn mend (o. .no ;acy E\ ans
all , Oinlg d0wn to loo)ik ovO the field
and detrmIine ii I heY should enter for
the prle No ee e'med to know.
pust m hat any one Olse would do or
eVen what he himsolf wanted or tx
1*KNled 10 %0, 11 haeo lo doubt that
an one of IthOM w 0at tak he o otlieo it
Ppoeni tNI. Th'e oll I ht I vai in w as
('ol. George .lohnstone, of Ntewhrxry
whomill I haAt w\ outldl tile his ploeAh'
and enterm the r'aoj. hat1 op i toie
o'%Atvk yntia orn,in hispldo
hao not bon tiled an'i ho w\ as 1101 a
When I left SImlltr yestentiay n.orn
ig ('11. irby had de'ided to run and
('ov. Frnls haid de0idOel not to make
th le 1ra10, th 1ou11gh the nigzht before the
reVre 'S0 SO,eIeed 1 e.R the situation.
G . ""vans and ('ol. 1rlhy selmetl an\
iole) for a AerNatt 0on1servative larit
f0 rt 110 1 ). u lleo1at to enter the e
CoI st. The pu posO of that was of
voulrse to help 1110111 defeat Nlel aurin.
The admillistration it is elaiied is also
inl syIlpathy witlh Mel1au'in and his
eleet ion, a.d w1 ihat ever I iih11 elne eean 11 ho
ex-eted from this soiure't will ho atvail
able. There mllay be otIerl 00111plita
tios oil biotI sidets. Col. '. S. Ne It
deelded not to make tilt hev. ( 'ol
loalldsot was aIlso in ut .11111 1 hligh
Senator S. t G. MItYllold I elograkpled
his pledge had boon d ed. The tille
for filing pledes did tiot vlose until 12
o'elovk last, night, unde, the ruling of
Chalirman 1). It. Tompkins.
I admit the situatio is soellwliat
coiplieated, and tio one van foretell
with Itity degree of vertatinty what the
r'esult, will it. Senator irby, I QXpIe0l,
will endeavor to a:.m1se and revive the
old wa' ev' of reformer against Oonlsor
vative, While it. is vlalimed that lel.aul
t'il's success will have nut'lh to edo withl
wipliig out, more vo.*m11pletely old file
tional lines and bittorness, anld hing
amlt nll era of good feeling, du1m11pitg
1 ho ext remisjlts of all fac'tions.
The leorahl iaiid Nows will await de
v'elo)ptlient.s fer a fow dayis lonlger' he
fore takIing uip the eause of anty ear li
elate, ande It. is not cer't-aln that we shatll
chamlpionl theo cause of any eof theam. 1
Oonifess 1 do( ntt like the prt1etion111
v tuws of MlLaurin. ama Seatgor 1h-hv
diet neot tuake a vo ery I brlint ree'eepe
duingl his six~ years ef se'rv ice. So we
shalt hiede eour tim1e. an d neol ruish it andle
beg ititehoping~ lil anllsdy 'he
faet is I lhave fo tod pol itie'iam 11 at
rue et elishi humelan beings and
after' they hate' been the be'nefie'aries
of t he tot es and1 whooettls eof Suhl liinel
Ilitate itlienst as I am, they cai'e
nothing li moe feori ts iler ge i tou tt
11101-0 tltettghlts 5 111itite nlext time they
want us again. 1 say that is the rule.
O f 0oeli'e thtere aire noetale excOept Ions.
l 1 have abot ineae up1 my1 indl tel
de. no0 mlore whlooping, tbut to taake my',
4electiont andl e'astl my vtt as a god
e'tl?.en' from1 amotntg theose'whoe allppear
for t.he pos51iio. Andie I amt thalf' in
('hnede to think thatn a gr'eat. manily ioele
People have aboutt r'ene'hed t.he samte
Wh'leni I wiatech tho poliuticians, "'the
leadeirs," get tolgethber andt tix upl slat. a
ande pactel t. olflice', 1 woner t hat
thet peeple will ptermiit thteir votes to
bcecome t.hlinga of hairte r to be deli verede
accordinlg to t.he trades ande omilna
tions of "'tthe leadters." lhntt in the last,
few years, despite t.he fiact we have
hleardt a great de'al of the fmreedom eof
thle peoplIle, a few persons have elbt
eraed thle goodts as they saw prop)ler to
doa. I havte wondeed. as I have wateh
e'd the progress of ev'ent.s and at. tempteed
e oimbiniationis in th is prsent1 contest,
aned 1 have asked mlyselIf t.he equest.ion,
c an t.hey deliver the goodls? Where
do~ thte peop10ecomne in?
As the c.a'nvas progresses we shall
le'arnl more1 about, it and( possibly be
able to toll just, where we are at.1
truIst, the campaign will be a elean one
pitched on a high plane, and( hlave nto
more repetiltions of tbe mndelIiinglng
and abuse and viuperation of the onl13
two campaignis before this for United
St.ates Senator that we have had.
______________1_. II. A.
At the Spr anbrgcor last week
two State conlstatbles were .convic?ted of
manalautghter and under a recOilommen
mendation to mercy were givent two
years at hard labor Inl the State peni
. t is stated that the State turnIshed
the money to pay for their defense ande
as the Solicitor 1s paid for their prose.
enction by the State, the State ocetupled
- the position of aiding the proceentlon
and defense of the same person at the
same tIme and for the sami'e offens~e.
?Iees saves TuAVhasus.
The Stte Teahers' Aesocatei held
last week at Parivil Mountin wa16 on1
of the tnlost secessful in t.he istory of
the Asocwation. It was 1wgely at
tended and the busliness metings awd
the pajxws V'%Ad wemevr initerestIng
The trmins were all met by eommit
tee,s of oitlyQnA iWi (41vnville, W-nd4
the large erowds were stematloally
and comfortably handled. Snperinten
dent Itughes was on hand and redeied
valuable asistanee to the commttees.
The drive to the mountain was te
lightNI and while the sun pouned out
Its heat the mootony of the trip was
elieved by the many beautifol views
from tle winding xmad around and over
the mout'ains. The drive fioNt th
stationi to the hoto, Aclup' abNut two
an. a ialf hours. and when we reahed
our denl-.tion It was alNut s'x L) Io,k.
The view from the mountain at the
hotel is very tilne iitdeed and it mlatters
not whie l way yeN IlIk.
A waA aotxvs to the WeI is what is
ktnown a% the "lark t wv,-'ir, ahs3t :
milS diitait i another dire'*ion
you 'qe the m,utlain illn whO'h tiet'l I
t ho %niet old ton of I'iek.s. In t ill
aott Itd I ireAtion von se Gree'n k i V e,
appar.'enti, down in lie alley. The
cenery i ll a ine as 1tat of almost any
mtou ntaitns any wa lhere ir. 'hlese, se't ion.
A 11radei roadb i4 in bmilt up the
mllounltain and when1 4om1pleted it, will
be' almost don 1 hill going up as well as
;oinlg down. Along this grade lots are
for salte anI omle hae already beenl
sold and resienes built 111an6d tt I'Irs Are
in pr ess of hulilding.
Th't nikanlwk- of teaetrs was tmotre
than w\as xpeted. atd in faet more
thaln olid be ae... tmtt'd 'Omlforta
1.1y. The hotel has a capacily for ac
commda0ig 11ofortably aboult 70
guests while there were presentt more
than twie that mtany ladies alonte.
The menl, of toli-se, verve ex)et'ed to
0001npy col-s inl the auditoriutm, which
they tdid. Thle hotel was gi\en over to
tiht ladits alone. and narlyall thei' bed
rooms had as mtiany a six to the t'om,01.
and with as man) Saratoga tiuks in
the rooms and hallway the 1eader, may
imagiiv the crowdl. We had a room
with several of tihe Newhert'ry party at
tht Davis oollege. M r. .ohi tone of the
lotel did tle best ie could with I lie
crowd, andi we are miakhig no oom
plaiits tit he treatientit w%e reeived.
We are 'atisfied if the erow' had not
heen so large every one would have
vot ed it a mllost deliglitful plae in
whihel to hold tle annual ieet,igs.
'ertainlyN this woltid he a chaltlniing
phlet. to sptlt a ftOw weeks these hot
da anti nigh1s. Of course every one
toid you that the teatlc-s had struck
tlie hottest weather knoti on the
tiuItaitn withitt the memoly of the
oldest inalibibtits. Well it was hot,
and not.oilly hot. onl the mountain. but
also altnost evt'rywhet else irn iese
parts. Altogether it was a very pleas
ant. meeting, aItid we believe fromit a
busitess point. one of tle best. N o
meeting of this kind, however, In lthis
day of fast travel atid with so large a
number in attetdance shotid he held
so far front a r'ailroatd stationi. if anyi~
otnt gets tred and want.s to leav'e for
hotme thte mteetinug shtoultd be necar
entontgh t.he t'ailroatd station to give himra
Iihe oppotrt.nnit.y' to get til and go.
WVe spet. a leastlitt day with the
teachers anti we atre glatd we wenit.
Wo' hav'e hteard tof t he mtarblte heat,
buat we nevter saw' a tumae fort'ihtle ex'
hibi tin of It t hani at Sumtiter' yesterdtay
Tw'no promtinitnt politicians w'ere it
thet diniing t'oomt at lbrtak fatt. Ontet On
goinmg tint. walked across the roomi w It
21atmiling t'ounitentanice andt oter'etd lisa
hiattd to lis onie tIimte fr'ietnd. tOn oIler
ing htis hantd lis ol fien'td begged t)
he excitsed atnd t hey' pass. aind repass
nw without speaking. it. was enoolly
donte and ini a diignitled muannier.
lluI w-htt. tdotes that. amtounlt to? it
was only last, ytar' that. Senator 1 rby
teacht wit.hi his knife drawn foir Ilhe ot.her.
Oni the nay to Sut.ottr and after arrtival
thity weret as int.imate atnd as afftctioin
te as brothiet's.
T1hie way of tihe polit.iiani is myisteri
01ns and past. linding ont.
Thie State board of healt,h sent a cem
mtittee to (2lemsont College to exatminue
itto the cause of the siektess at. the
eol lege. 'Te cotmmtittee rep)ots thtat
the fe'er- is typlhtoid and niot malarial.
There titust be somne cautse for' t.his.
Two moire endet.s have died wiitin the
past week atnd several more ar'e (rtt'ti
oally ill. Someothinig should be done.
Col. Irby claims that Iditor' (Gotna
les of the State ntewsptaper is the
"adop)ted daddy" of Seniator MeLaitrin,t
We give a good deal of space this
week to the st.atemnt of ECditor W. T1.
Crews and the reply of Col. Neal in
the mat ter of the Cottont Plant. ECditor
Gonzales of the State deities that there
Is any deal between him and the om
itee or Senator' McLaurin. Trhese
lettera and stattemients8 make mighty in
terosting reading and add a valutable
contr'ibutiont to the current political
We understand that Mr. Crews Is go
ing to enter stilt against the committee
totr *10,000 damages.
WVe have already printed their not.il
cation to Mr. Crews toecomre down fr'omi
the editorial management of the Cot tr.t
Our special from-r Sumter gives only
three entries for the senatorial prize
Irby, MelAurin and 1tlayfield. It does
not state what becamne of C'ol. Donald
sont. Irby intimnated there would be
FIERY ON THE FOURTH
A KILIA.NO VINtAt Tit tit'sTyr TiM
ItAs %t httany 1A Itva - tutti the cntr ofo tho
CIIhioag-o, .1 luly 4 The wate of Worrid
Rweathllr W1n,er whieh t heont 'al States
swlteed last week shOWed It% AbAte
ment, tdy, FeomI it.t.sItMIg o K41n
sas City and iVom t'hhIe south, loud
les skies and a blaing sun left a %re
ord ot( plIstIatiion and death whtoh has
seldom been ualled for the %'arly das
of . lly. Throughout he ont iI ro %lis
t ithe mere-ry rvgistered lse to
lt) il the Shade diinig .hl day. and
the tmbe of pltostralions went into
the 1ivreds. inlnnati. with a max
inwm of I8 dlegzve, showted he high
est eatlh rate. six de .11t.h 11 rsult ing u
Of a IOtaioft 0ljK.xstratiols. but there
in Clica'go the mneree I ivt ttled
olose to 494 detlgrees foi the eter part
of t he day and 1here eret 414 er a 0 c1e
of it1'strat ons. Twomo in wov kiile%
Ih\ I he hea%t rl in- t he aifteinoo. Setv -
1tal o1l1h4 11 v ,As 4 e c II ieal. At mid
I tht a t It i humNe strm 0 w1 Opt
o lr te %ity, setnditig tih holitry
dowmin s eeral poinlt alnd brin 1ing a
a1 welcoe,e relijef.
94 1T IN TlV C.0t11S.
lDetroit, Nliohl .luily 4. -The maxi
m h; 1gt f t le t ho lemia-I' t e to-day.
acodin g to ithe otfllial osorvat ion
13aken I1rom11 the room (if t Ie II -stort
Union 1ust \i\idIg was 91 dogires.
The temapertm'tit- imai nel at niearly
that figuro. mo%'st of tlie day. t hI a
thermometers ildiented 3 to t degrees
hot ter. The oxeision and ferry st eam -
eNs wOre ilt-oiged \ith people sekin,
a 0otl broozo. E.ven at 1Bello Islo, Ihe
Crowds found little real oomfort.. An
Itnknown man died nwar Wyandotte
fNot1 I he oxcessivo let. anmd there we
several mi nor -keass of prost rat ion.
t'ases ot simstroke are reported froi
some,ft of tile southern Mit'ohigan towns.
TiMlCF 'iEATHS IN r',1,'Vi.\N).
Cleveland. .11n1y 4.--The heat hor to
day has looen mllost. intense, the teInper
ature irehing the lig hvst poilit for the
season. Three fatalities ocelirred to
day and one last night, and there have
bee-n several other prostr ations.
C1N'1N N ATI'S TERRItt H1L. 11E.01RD.
Cinolnati, . uly 4. -'his has been th
hottest day in the present lorrid spell.
The n ea her bureau showed the mor
tny at 97 from 2 to 4 p. -a., and at .its
m,\i.xiu98 :t . p. Im. The sky was
cloutiless all day and but few people
vtMured on ti le streets. Fifty pros
tations aid six deaths are reported at,
9 o'lo.k tonigh t. I.oal t hermomet ers
showed from 102 to lotl in the shade
during the afternoon. The tilerviry at
9 o'elook stood at 90 dog roes.
While there were .t1 eases of sun
stroke in tle vity that req titred re
moval to hospitals or to their homes, it
is estimated that there were lift.y
lighter eases, the victiis of which
went homne wit hout, assistance. Of the
elass requiring iedival attention ten
eases aret tuite serioul's.
BiAiNO IN 01110.
cinvinnatit, .1 lly -1. - Comtmerial
Tribune spevials from Ohio points re
port tlie extreme heat today as .'
Dayton. 100 to 110 degrec,s: two
deaths: imNatty prost ratiots
1IA'ta, 105 degrees at 3 p. M.: one
Newark. 102 to 105 degrees.
UppersSandsky, 95 at. 8 a. t. and 105
at 3 p. m.
1-4 DEATIls IN 20 1iirs.
('ineinnat,i , ,July 5, 1 a. mi.-- 1i"n11 in
v-est ig.ationt utp t o I o'clock et h is morn
ing, .ly 5, show that there were 14
tdeat,hs from heat hetre in t he last 20
iT 5i1-T 1HON W,0ts A1-'ttIat.
C'ineinnati, .1 tly 4I.-- spe11ciatl to the
t.Commuieriatl 'Tribtunie fromt A kronu, 0.,
l'hme shafting depari.ment of the Ak
ron I ron andl Stetel coinpanftty's works
was cotrnupletely tdes' royed't by firae tto
dany. I.0ss $ Iti,ko0, fully cenverett tby
insurance. T he bildt ing w as .'00 feet,
long a ntl I wot stories hiighI. It. was
erluippedc'c withI muchl valutable maehini
ery, whli eh toget.her withl a large
amount of tin ished steel andI iron was
lost. Thte tire was eatused by t.he in
T'1T'PD3 Tit t 25 yi:.t ii.txoti
T'oledto, ,1 uly I. T'oday was the hot
test ,itly tday int 25 years in this oity.
The gov~ernumnt thiermiomeiter regis
teredl 99 and t,hme inustrumwent on t,be
st.reets indiented a tetmperat.uire tof from
110 to I115. Many eases oft prost.rat.ion
have beeni teportetd hut tione of t.hem
have been fat al. Many horses tdropped
dead in a.hIe streets, II ad it, not, been
for a light. 3reezie prevailinig many
deat,hs wou.a have undouibtedcly' oe
A l't,10A RA N T' Oi~M ISE.
I .ouisville, .1 lly 41.--'l'he~ hot.test, to-I
day was 99 degrees at half p)ast 1. To
nmght the measure was 93 at 7 o'elock,
I'ROSTR'i AiTIONS iN N ASIH ~ ylTla.
Nashv ille, T1etn, ,1utly 4.-- -The fea
fulI heat, pr-evail intg yesterday wtheni t.he
gjovernimont. thermc)meter maarkedI 100)
d.egreces wits somewhat, lessened todayI3,
but tiot, gr-eatly, ihree prtatit.ons5
have beern reported tpday andI t.wo
deat.hs, the resu bis of Itrostrat.ions yeCs
I1It IN li'1'TTSUtRt'S STtRti'1TS.
P'ittsburg, Jutly 4.-T1his was Pitt,s
burg's hottest dlay for years, but owing
to exeedingly- lowt humnidit.y no fatatli
ties nior serioust p)rostrationls re'sulted,
Th'e seinatorial candcidatesa htave made (
a lively sta''rt. They catn searce keep
upl that paeCO for fort.y cons'eeutive
meetings. Thte, will give out before
they ptass the miitddle st.ake. In st.ead
of beinug on at highi piltano it has the ini
dicationis of staritig on at descending -
Tlhe State Tene.hotrs' Assocatt.lon hias
adjoanened. Prmof, J. 1i'. B3rown, of Coni- I
vetrse College, wuas 'elected pr-esidett
for the ntext year', anad it.o place and
time of the next meeting was loft, to be
fixed by the execuitive commtittee.
H1AR8 LI TH/A WA TE/i!
Car bonated Lithia Water,
Sold to the Wholesale aind h
Retail trade at lowest Pricesl by f
8. B. JonIes,
Agent for Ne.1-ery |
Slaflie Sa1 4f
Shoes and Oxfiordso
WE NEED MONEY
And ii\ kmi to O,t it W% will
Slaughter Prices on Shoes.
A lot of l1anl6to% %,ladmd Shtwit
in'f and t\w\lovan ll th .00t to
6-% now $149,.
A lot of 1.Illy 11aktt- l'attI
I .eith , Tn and x 1lh,Ah Ahoes,
xorth $;%. :.0 now $,',\8.
/.i'egIer llr~. Oxford1 in Comon
l'anl and Ox Iood. worth $125, now
lUndies' Oxfods, $.50 to $1,7i, now
Se our line of 48 ., n50. and 108o. Ox
Iords.. 'They art, great hatrgazins.
A joh lot of Oxford.s at Ie. W.ort h
0ur tock of M ism's' and Children's
or d Sandals to be clostd out
oglArdloss of vost.
t'omo carlv and secre a great. bar
lainl. TIIs I A
"A Spot Cash Sale."
0. M. JAMIESON,
... . z.<.
_.... Q c="" <
[ CAN BE FOUND
At my old stand
Ertson & Gilder's
with a fine line
elry and Silver
ware, Clocks and
A lso a line of fine Specta
'les an<l 1yeglaisses in Gold1,
silIver and S11 teel Frames.
I have secured a Ilrst-class workman
ni plumbhing and electrie work. I wvill
e ready to do any kind of wvork in
.bove eranches when the time comnet,
shall strive to please in eyery way,
,nd ove'ry job must give sa1tisfuetion,
Vill he' please'd to miake estimates free
~ratis. I am fully equipped to (10
Tanmeling, lBrazing, Vuleanizing',
'itrning and all other bicycle wok I
:eep a full supply of b)icyCc smiries.
stA)ves hy the c'ar at all prices.
1 have received many kind tavors
romt the people of Nowherry' in the
.ast., for which I am truly grateful.'
I ask for a t.rIal in thevso n.ow branelhes
>f my business.
J. W. WHITE.
-11AT'E OF SOUI (CARtOLINA
CO)UNT1Y 0 NEIERY-I
ty W.x\, Hlodges, Eiq,, Probal Jtudge,
i Ft A,A. J. GIbson, C. C. C.
P ,hat umde suit to nie to ~rant
ithi Letters of Administration qfthe
'Cstate andi effects of Allen coott, I
These are, therefore, to elte anN ad
iionish all anad eingu'ar the kindred
nd creditors of the said Allen
k'ott, deceased, that they be and an.
casr before me, in the C)nrt of Pro
ate, to be held at Newberry Court
lous, e'n the 12th day of July next,
fler publcat ion hereof, at 11 o'cloekij
lb ther(Aoon,. to show cause, if any
tey have, why the ad Administra
(on should not be granted.
Given under mny hand thIs the 1St
ay of May, Anno Domini 1897,
W. WV. H ODGE4S,
7t. 7 n. . 0,
Equal in rtat ore
To evero one desirous
of saving money,
8 ".i0111 c t ill, o% 11er .
Thed l'i~'vr and, sqaeDelr
8 plN. to m0.~ '.. oy w
1 Itair C'hild's "Alppers tor oilly' ww.
aI \I \vt I It I I is vo I i ot% Iy 2--w
-aI f' \ i loth s-y1 i o
3 ~~ tiu~~ N k~i'p I atr I
IK To.% b ilos o tet
11tese suio Mtcs re 1ort
8 (t*If~O~l~.0k1t0g;on)11 25e
TERMS.-Tash slt Diveay,
st o of
To be closed out at
These sUits are worth
$7-to.$10 bUtthey must
be sold, so we have
made the price to close I
The balance of our
~..CIILDREN'S99T I TS.
to be closed out regard
less of cost.
Siraw Hls at Yonr Owni Pr'ice.'
A big cut cni Ladies'
Oxford Ties . -. Come
early and makee your
0. M. Jamieson,
Thpri eadeg Of IOW prICeS.
Spring is coming on
[sson hand, rehady with theo nob.
niest and nicest 'anud ne'atest line)
f (Jlothing and (en ts.' Furinish.
ngs ny'er (exi)hiited in this mairket.
No( ol stock to be I'IOr off at and
>OIow cost, buit our goods are new
LId( fresh anid are marflked edoso,
md( our 1mo01.o is shiort profits~ and
inick sales. Our
s supnrb, and canlh scarco e 1)x..x
~elled. Th~e latest in ev'eryth(ing
mdlt strictly up1 to da1to',' No
rouible to) show1 y'ou whiat we have(.
Jail and examno for your gun
atisfactioni, and1( if our goods mid
>ricos dlon't conlvinlO jou that we
r'o the 'eoph> to) 8o11 you.
ud veytin ~Shoes
ud cyoything in on, Wyhy
hon you d1on't knwagood thing"
dheni ybn' e it
Yours to pleanoI1,
1 otiv o
To call in and examine rny line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock, of strictly high
gade Chamber Suits in 'Inut
and Oak. A full line of mediu s
and cheap Furniture. Will sell
very close for cash.
N. C. WILLIAMS.
t. ly Main 8treet, Newberry, S. u.
if you were offered 3p(e.kfrom
ten to twenty-five per centls
than they are worth, and you
were satisfied that the style and
quality were just right, and you
needed the goods, you would buy
wouldn't you? We would like to
3ee you and talk low cut Shoes a
little. Sone live bargains on our
So Jo WOOTEEN
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