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THE IIEll ALD.
We aw gUtl U) Hotlw Umtuwuy of
ht VWttt Wirt RWWfcHrtt IlftlHlsHirt
wttttkms for IW fittest Mlklug ton
Tkert U hiv.gttWfi tW fact UiAt
ft good Wrtlk U thtt hnMUseftil gdtt ihrtt
AUd lCw4lfte ftUetttfirti were IvdM
h cttWvUnB tRls. aft hn bttcditig
Irilk View to its IrttnsliiiMioti, that
oVr given to tmt of trrtttiitig atid
brecdincr trrrttcfS, horse tlmtcoMil
walk five hiUcs ah kolir votitd soon be
m nrmntlanl ra 2:30 trotters now
nrc The thniblo- how Is that the
trkokcowtry fa possessed' of a manin
for fiwt trotters, nmi as sootras the-colt
it broken to halter, ira matter whether
ho l thoroughbred, Cbncstoga, Ivor-
man, Clydesdale, Hambletotnan or
Canadian, he b put to trotting. The
whole country is engaged in training
trottcw, from the plow-boy Si the field
to the professional on the track, to the-
attcr neglect of that more useful, every
day gait, the walk. Even the impor
ters of draft stallions from Europe have
eaught the infection, and, mttead of
twinging the bestwarkers, we only hear
of their "great trotting; action. It is
time to put an end to- the noncsense;
the gait for a draft horse is prc-cmis
neatly a walk, while nothing adds
jaoro to Uk abtKtyofthe roadster to
nanke a lg journey in good time tins
awalkuiggaFt that wifl carry him
aflbapatthe rate of five miles an hour
The'Brst aimwhen a colt is broken to
the harness should be to educate him
to a good, fast walk, and after that fs
done, if you can get him to trot fast,
ot much the better.. One of tire most
successful breeders of trotting horses in
America has often remarked to ns that
he would not keep a horse onrhfe place
that was not a fast walker, and that he
had invariably found that thc-fastest
walkers made the fastest trotters. It
is a positive- luxury to- .ride or drive- a
horse that can walk off with you at the
rate of five miTesss hour. It ia such
a relief to1 feel that when you case up
your horse from his swinging trot, or
lope, that yoa have not come to a- stand
still, but that you arc yet making re
spectable progress. For our own pri
ratc use on tho road, the tralk u the
gait which we pruc- above all others,
and anythisg which promises to ins
crease the number of fast walking
aorses- shall receive our hearty encour
agement, Sprit of Vie Timet: i
A man- who vs not smart enough to
run a store is not smart enough to run
a farm. Farmers are not to be made
eutof what is left after lawyers, doc
tors, ministers and merchants are-sort
ed arid picked out. And if a man
fails on a farm, ho is more likely to
succeed in a store, for it requires .more
talent to be a thriving farmer than to
be an Average merchant. The one
great failure is the disproportion bc-
iwecn a mans farm and his capital.
A Sinner's capital is skill, labor, and
its-money. If he lias little cash, he
raust have no more land than he can
thoroughly manage by his own person
al labor. Every acre beyond that is
an incumbrance. One- acre well
worked is more profitable than twenty
acreskimraed ovcr It is this greed
of land by farmers that have not the
capital to work it, that keeps so many
poor. Small ferma are better than large
ones, simply because they are better
suited to the capital of common farm
ers. Large farmers, with large capi
tal are better than small ones. Farnv.
ing is a good business for all men who
conduct "it on proper uriticInW nu1
have capital according to the size of
iiicir ianns.
Too MbcIi Land asd too Little Cap
ital. One of the curses of Kentucky and
ether States to-day, is too mnch land
and too little capital. The individual
who is a man of rare push and energy,
to' enable him to get rid of the incubus,
h amen worse than an ordinary slave.
His mind has lost its freedom. He is
unable to give his thoughts to his busi
aess. Every now and then the image
of the party to whom he is in.debt will
jiseup in horrible proportions before
fifm. Young man, don't be in too big
a harry to own large tracts of land.
Hasten slrwly, as the old German pro
verb has it, and what'you do, do well.
The spread-eagle style of agriculture is
played out, and there U no sort of ana.
log' between thousands of acres over
which the eye cannot range, and an
wnmcDsfc raercantih project, every part
i which fs right under the personal in
spection of its manager jjfortxrii
Ojtmtv Tribune.
4Hh Hurt INrtRtttpa.
The ngileultuml repwt for Deeen
t wy that tlte November return
Indicate that the oemeropof 1878 ym
we nf the largest ever grown in the
twinUy, ppotiahly equaling the rtvy
large eropittf m and 18?& lit
&t lean t ftmrth greater than the eron
frf 184, wfcl about a third larger than
the twpt)f IfHKK livery Motion uf
the I won wpMtesenw inerea.e
TheiitototrtM is exthiohlin&ry, In
both product and nualltyi The yield
in the dMrlet reported U no fourth
greater than last Yefth In the rniity
section the sweet potato erop sUtlered
in $W1 and (iu&itty front excessive
moisture. In the Gulf Slates dud west
of the Mississippi the yield largely ex
cecils that of last year. The iplality
is above Average.
. ;
Balky Hut-Ken.
Tlie following devices have been suc
cessfully tried to accomplish the de
sired end:
1. Tying a string around the horse's
car near to the horse's head.
2. Hitching the horse to tho swin
gle-tree by means of a cord instead of
the tugs; the cord fastened to the
horse's tail.
3. Filling the mouth full of some
disagreeable substance.
4. Tying a stout twine around the
kg, just below the knee, and then re
moving it when he has traveled some
distance.
Nevef whip a balky horse, for the
more he & whipped the crazier
he-will become. Let every thing be
done gently, for boisterous words only
confuse htm and make Mm worse.
Treat hhn m the mild manner that
you would a craxy man and you will
succeed.
Crancc Item.
Kentucky has 1,632 Granges and
above 100,000 enrolled members.
Brother O. H. Kelley, Secretary of
the National Grange, will furnish Pa
trons desiring it with n copy of the
proceedings of the National Grange,
His address is Louisville, Kentucky.
The Alabama State Grange echoes
a response to their Kentucky brethren
in regard to petitioning Congress to
cease class legislation for monopolies,
and against the renewal of any patent
whalpver, from this tirao forward and
forever. State Master Davie, of Ken
tucky, recommends that a petition go
forward, asking the Legislature to- re
peal the odious ten per cent interest
law that now gives the cream of the
laborers products of the country into
the-hands of the money dealers.
Tho State Lecturer recently cho
gen m Kentucky, R. IV. Smith, of
Geneva, Henderson county, will soon
give out a list of appointments for lec
tures.beginningiu his own section. His
aim will be to visit the Granges in
every county during tho next year, if
possible.
lloxr to Got Along.
ray as you go.
Never fool in business iriattpra.
Do not kick every one in your path
Learn to think and act for yourself.
Jvecp ahead rather tlian behind the
times.
Dont stop the plow to tell stories.
Have order, system, regularity and
promptness.
Use your own brains rather than
those of otners.
Do not meddle with business vou
know nothing about.
A man of honor respects his word as
ne does his bond.
No man can get rich by scttinz
around stores and saloons.
Wore miles can be made in one dav
by going steadily than by stopping.
Help others when you can, but nev
er give what you cannot afford bccaus
it is fashionable.
Learn to say No. No necessity of
snapping it out dog fashion, but say it
nrmly and respectfully.
Tremendous Hoax.
M. C. M. Keiscr exhibited in front
of our office on Monday, three hogs of
h own raising that we have never
known equalled in size or ceueral an
pea ran cc. Jbc largest one was three
years old find weighed 875. the second
a pig of the first, two years old, weigh-
ett-740 pounds, and the third full bro
ther to the second, and same aire
weighed 590 pounds. They were of
the Poland-China breed, and Mr. Kei
ier said that they were just as healthy
and as easily raised and fattened as any
otlver kind. Lexington Gazette.
3fuch tobacco of the new crtm
coming forward in bad order. It is
so
high in order that it cannot pass safely
through the near spring and snmmer
sweat Thin nffivfs ftie
..W Jw-w- MIL I
ly, and will continue to do so till the
planters cease sending high cased to
bacco into market Padttcah Herald.
Experience keeps a dear school, but
foojs will learn in no other.
1IAUTF0HD MAI.B
V15MA1.13 8BMINAIIY,
Tire wi 8slR ttttU tRstUtttUn will
Hht HniMtny iivMtMMHtwiH iMffi,
6vl W6t'mtt tttwiy-ttta Vli, uudt ih
MmiHi ttIX?YHK. A. ft.
.Vy ws.lHt AssUUHbi 0w--hMf ef
lll IHUIOn l Will D U HI lh UrlBtt
HiittBt AHil 111 tttttt? Mt A. ttl tt.
JttHWf u.n 13,00 t,Mlft , UkK
bt kUhUoh hftUt to film lds eU
his. wt hh b im f (vbin 4,si to
s.oo a wrtWi Pot- mf.iv-ittWiim kut
t th IViHttliil, Ur td tli UhdHtihh
500,000
WHITE oAk STAVE3 AND HSAblNt)
ntntt-il. For Tutlhfr Inrorinftlton ntilrrt
Donstey. nuNitr&co;
14 find ItcUnnre,
LoalsTtllf,, Ky.'
Itefertnce! Jno. P. Drrett, S. W. Lcwtj,
llartrurtl, Jy.
RUFER'S HOTEfev
AND
3El.est ctrucAxxt
(EUROPEAN rijA)
OPEX P.VY AND X10HT.
ROOMS AT ONE DOLLAR A DAY
FiRh St. bet. Uln and Market,
LOUISVILLE, KY,
PntL. T. Okrmax, ) Proprietor!.
n35-3ia
JUST FROM THE EAST!
E. SMALL
with btl mammoth itock of Foil and Winter
goods, conlting In port of
DRY GOODS .
Men & Boys Clothing!
BOOTS.SIIOES, HATS, CAPS, BLANKETS,
COMFOUTS, ani LADIKi FOBS.
Also the targctt aifortment of
B
Ever brought to this market, all of which
he offers aUower prices Uinn ever before.
IVrmiT-iei'y Qbodfl!
of every description are alWars kept on
hand.
"N". "R. The very highest mn'rkct
? Till 1.- -J r".. r .1
pneo win ikj pam. ior learners, .iiif.es
dried fruit, iurs Xc.
Hot a Gf nnlnf WiimM
W .mw in O ... . -1 1 1 I
hutitliiir tu, Seed for r
nmw iiiD.iriira rriet i.Ut.
(frw).ef Vlth,m Vlch.
' l'M.Heutlct. ruio
(lold ilDfi. U0I4 t-btBI,
KtlhThomu Clocks. LadiM'
'Uhn. i, t CTKiirr nr.
tlclmbl4. Ooodsitni
! ilI.rcM C. 0.lX.kJtt.
(i4ln-l)ra imitloa
Dd iirual tfr iyinit.
'.r lurm fcv, i.mtUrt,
lHUiBlil..Lil?m, Kj,
THE
IUDIANAPOLIS SUN.
The Iradine JH DEPENDENT 11EFOHM
WEEKL Y political newspaper In the United
States; the special advocate of the interests of
i.aDor as against combined Capital; Legal Ten
der Paper Money as against Bank Issues and
the Gold Basis Fallacy; and' the Interchange
able Currency Bond as against the Jligb Gold
Interest Bond.
The SUN has a corps rf able correspondents
among the clearest and most .rvfuund thinkers
of the country. k
Miscellanr of the choicest selection, adapted
to all classes of readers.
Terms, $1.7i per year, postpaid.
Sample copies sent free on application.
Address,
lxDiisTAAroug Son Coxr-Axr,
JOHN I TRACY &SO.Y.
UNDERTAKERS,
IIAKTFORD. KY.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
Wdodin iffin. Irnm ll,. ...( . .
to tne cheapen pauter coffin.
ai. inui oi comn trimmings constantly on
hand and for sale.
Keep a fine hearse always ready to attend
funerals.
Wagons awl Buggies,
constantly oil hand or marln in .nl..
olar attention girea to plow stocking.
w. u. xiuzr.
ALFRED UUKT,
MAUZY & HURT,
UNDERTAKERS,
Hartford, Kentucky.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
woouen coffins, burial cases and caskets at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
ATI kinJfl of mflin p!mmtnt nat
dale cheaper tlian any boiue In town.
General Wood Workers.
We are &Inr. nmnnriJI tn tin .11 ivIhJ.
- - - i r WM " aaiiiua ui nuuu
work, such as making and repairing wagons,
uggies, ic, on short notice and in as good
style and at as low prices as our Grans-er
fnends could ask.
We desire yonr patronage, and guarantee
labifaetioo, MAU7.Y 4 HUR1.
wi 1 Ml
m
REMINGTON.
AT A Mofi QintWTM Al WUHINT
T ISWl W Wlh, DAUItttet, IIUf. 81
Methrtth Rtti'tUsf, light funning lltiaiftitton
SEWING MACHINE,
the Ultst tmUHlTtd Mhtn lR lh WrVt will
HVt frbW (he mn plur la Ul heaVlPil Ibl
lenmer, wmi an
Eau and Pftrftotlin.
itvf;maehlHIWeitU htlltf nrrBlJ for
nVe)trnH,nBdrybnvf the belt Uttmt)aHt
in Aimitai Miuul t AnV tttaehlntt fall U We
llletnllUt perfect SatlstitetiUn IB the jiUtehsri
win
THIS MOSEY
AJcft
TAKE liaVt'K TttB MaCUIKE.
Ulllj ItlUVIIIIIC II U BV11 'l ll.lt I' ffUlU IB fVIM
wn this uArntatet nhtl nul br l.uriiiteih totil
nnu nun ucuijt; soia on incrraocu uc-
loAhil, hnU
single machine
hat.heen returned to tan; hut oh thb eorttrAVy,
each machine told helps to swell the demand.
All who try the Remington, pronounce It
SUPERIOR IN EVEfiY
RESPECT
to any machine In tho market' Any person
owning a Sewng Machine which is noisy, worn
out, or does not do the work required, will And
It to their advantage to send us a description
ot tneir inacnine, ami get our
LIBERAL TERMSbv EXCHANGE
tat tho light running lUmraington. We hare
recently come to Itartt'ord.and expect to remain
hete, until crery family in Ohio and adjoining
counties is supplied with a Sewing Machine;
but do not wait for us to canvasi and hunt yoo
np, but send in your orders for -machines, and
they will be promptly attended to. ' pains
will be spared in instructing parties who buy
machines. Machines can be bought qn month
ly or quarterly Installments. Patrons will
please write under Seal ot your Urangu for cir
cular and special term,, a. agreed upon by the
Executive Committee of Kentucxy and Tenn
essee State Granges. Liberal discounts to
Farmers; clubs, and all cash purchatcrs. Pall
and examine our Machine. We will take pleas
ure in showing you It, whether you wishto buy
or not.
Please address J.-W. SUTTON,
Agent at Hartford for -Ohio and adjoining
counties. - . i yln47y
We do not like to blow our own trumpet so
we bare engaged our printer to doit for u.
The likenrss is strikinely.if not entirely ocru
rate. It will be noticed that he is blowing
very hard, so much so that tho photographer
became alarmed, for his personal safety, fear
Ingtnatttie printer might burst asunder and
demolish everything within range', but the
printer assured him that he could not blow on
Tracy Jt Son's work too hard. They could
stand a great deal of wind, and in that he was
right. If our work will not bear examinatiotr
we would not want it talked about.
NEW AD VER TISEMENTS.
HARTFORD HOUSE,
HARTFORD, KY.
I bare recently rented the abore House, and
haro .furnished it in elegant style, and co m
merciai men will no J it toiucir , advantage t
top with mo, as tho
Hartford. Houso
ir situated in .the business portion of town.
Nice' rooms can bo'furnisbed in wbich to dis
play their samples.
My table will at all times be provided with
the best eatlnc tho market afford), and every
attention will be paid to thise who may please!
iu iyo ino luair pairoani.go.
A Good Feed Stable
is connected with the House, and stock .can be
eupruTiueu ior, nespiciiuiiy;
L.J.LYO.V,
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS
-:AT COST::
A handsome assortment of Bibles and Testa
ments from the
American Bible Society
in the Depository at V. P. Addinotos's.
These books are sold at actual cost, an J no one
neea do wituout tne scripture, as be has
Cheap, Bibles for Donation
to those not able to bay. Call and examlni
them.
BIG CLIFTY HOTEL,
BIG CLIFTY, KY.
Tilt, hnifi i itintil (hi. T n,.r..!ll. -D..1
ucah and Sonthwcstern Kail Hoad, and the day
train from I'aducah to Louisville'stops here for
dinner. Ample time is given passengers t eat,
and a first-class dinner is fnrniihiil for nnlv
50 cents. SAJtl'Kli GOODMAN. Pron.
MILLWOOD HOTEL,
MILLWOOD, KY.
H. K. WELLS, - - - Propr
:o-
-o:
The dar train fritm T.nTil.vtiin in r..t..,i.
stops for dinner at this place. Passenger will
find a good dinner for the small sum of 50et.
The trains utan lonr rnouf-h f.. it.
leBaFBasBAv .aave rH-
gers suflVeienttime to eat.
0E0, KliBlN
HAHTFORD, KY
Dcalerrthliriuiefurbtshibggoodstfor generalVUeherl nhd table Ulei We keep'eohtUhl'ly en
11 ami ( tne
Eeven sites for either coal Or woodt lfdtt(.kofpers are dellgjited with its sapertir eooVing
and baking.- H has ho equal anjwuerei wan anu see ior jours.ii.
NewGoods! NowGoods!
Juxi reeclrcit, a large arnl complete stock of
can mm ii luicr gi'uur, cuuaisiiug ui
DRV GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS
SHOES,. HATS, SHAWLS,
BLANKETS, NOTIONS &c.
A compete stock of ,
a
And crcry thing kept in a first-class dry goods
house
GIVE TJS A CALL-
No trouble to show our goods.
L ItOSENBGKG A BRO.
K..B. Highest maiket price paid for eoun-
try produce.
noli
tr.
I.. J. I.YOX.
Dealer In
Groceries awl Confccliomrici.
HAIITFOUD, KY.
Kccp cnnitantly nn hand a lirge nisortment
of all kinds of Oroeeriel and Confectioneries,
which ho will sell low for cash, or exchange
for all kinds r
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I will also pay the highest cash price for
nljlrn, Hicep pens, eggs, uuuor, uacon, poiaioes
beans, etc. ' -t
J. YAGER,
SHe and Livery Stable,
IIAKTFOIU), KY.
I desire to inform the citiiens of Hartford
and rielnily that lam prepared to furnish Sad
die and Harness Stock, Ilugglesand conveyan
ces ui niiainus on iub uiosi. reasonnoie terras.
Horses taken to feed or board by the day, week
or month. A liberal, shareof patronage solici
ted, nol ly
r. a. xiaaiLL
It. J. HART.
MBRCIIANT TAILORS,
No. 172 Main Street, between Tifth and Sixth,
LOUISVILLE, KY.
n251y
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the kind m the II or hi.
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Louisville, Kentucky
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TttU Art JOlthKAt. of AMahta,
Iflsbaokoxraiji. "
A MAOKtriCANt CONCSPTI0X-WfI,s
DBRrltLLt cArrIkd OUT.
Theneeesstty et poealar medJnsa frth
rtprttuiia af.tht predtetlets of sar grtat
artists htt always bt.n rieognlisd, 'aadajany
attetapls have beta made t mt tkt trait
The ineeessirt fallarn whieh hare to IsvsrUVlj
fallowed eaek atteapt in this coaatry. U estab
lish an art JownaL did set prer tke UsMn
aof the pos4f-AmrlM to.tkaUlaa4- t
high art, v Saunas , a ptor,pprtek lien or
the want M 4a MrHy-taseet n were skeiri,
the public at one raMed- with eathasiassa to
jts sopport, M thtmtaKvH-a mil artistf
and commercial triatapb TUB ALDINX. m
The Aldlne while Issued with all of the rert.
larity, bat none of the temporary erltais lc
terests ehstacttflttlt of erdisary peHa4ttJf.
It it an elttta&t miseoHsay-of pr, Katrt, aad
graceful llteratnr, and a collection of plot arts,
tb,e rarest collection or trtlttlt skill, fx Uttk
and white. Although eaen taeeeedlsg aasther
affords a fresh pleasare tojUfrieedr, the Mai
value and btauty d Tht Aidlne will he
apprreialeJ after It Is bound op at the elese e(
they tar. While etbtr nuLHoatloas saaT-etaia,
superior cheapness, as compared with rivals ef
a slrallsr class, Tht Aldlnt It anljat ttj,
original conception alone end UDspvirask. ,
absolutely without competition la frlM'tr
character; Tht peisaster of autotspUt vol-,
um. eaaoot daplleate the qusntlty ef fiuttt
per and ef f arlngi In any other sbipt er tm
ber of volumes, for In timet itt tpttj mn'4 lita,
tiers fs lAt.tJramo, IssfaW
Tbt national ftatue ofThe AU'ae aiH he
taken la no narrow sense. True art It roiste
polltan. While Tbt Aldlnt It aitriffvly Aaw.
ran Institution; It dees sot toalse Itself te Ike
psproducllon of ntlirt trt. Itt talisltn ft fo
ealtlfate a broad and appreciative aritestt'oie
that will dlscrlmlnste on grounds of litrtaikj
mtMt. Thus, wblls ultediag before Ike pstrsas
of The Aldlnt, at a leading eharaettriillt, tkt
produoilontof tbt aitD(itd AutrlffB arlliti,
tttatloa will always be gives leftpeelstrat
from foreign mtittrs, giving lahiRiltrt all tbt
pleasure and Initrutilua altalBihlt fresa heat
or forttgo ton rets.
Tht arllillo lllaitratfon of Amsrreaa untrj
original with The Aldlnt It ta lasporteel tta
lure, and Its mtgsUeent plaits art efa slit
more anpronrlatt to the satisfactory trsatmtat
irdstalls'thsn can bt affordsd by ley Isferltr
page. Thejudlelo'otlnterrpertleBtfraaaVeap '
marine, figure and antaial nt bj t eti tastala in
unabated Interest, lisfoiiiUa, abtra 1st str
of the work eonDnis tbt artist te tlestly' la a
singlt ttylt ofsabjeet. Tbt Uttrkttre ef' The
AhrlDtll a light asd graeefal attosopaarneat,
worthy of the arritllt fsataret, with oaly tath
tetbnital dUinltIoas as do,Bot,latrfte wills
the pepular inttrtst of lha wtrk.
PREMIUM FOR 1874.
Pvery inbselhtr for U7t will rtetlvt a beta
llful portrait,- In oil to'ers, ef the seat aahle 1
dog whose, picture la a forsstr Ism altraetttise
iaeb alttntioD. "
k"JuV VnttlUK Fri' . ,
wilt It weteomt-to every ko'ssei XveryVedy
rosts itoh avdoj- and 111 t portrait U'.txeeattd.
so true to the Ufa, that It seises tht veritable
presence of tbt animal Itself. The Rev. T. De'
Witt Talmage tells that hit owa-5.foaaad
dog (the finest in Brooklyn) ibatks at 1U- -A1-thoogh
to natural.- no oat who sets-this are
rnium cbremo will have lha sHghtest fear ef
being bitten
ltetides the chrome every advance tabteriVer
to The Aldine for 1371 Is oastkated.a-atmher
md entitled te the privlltgts ef
THE ALDINE ARTUNIOX.
The Union ownt tht originals ef aH The Ale
dine pictures, wbieh with other p'aiatiagt and
engravings, are to b dirtributtJ assteg the
members. To every series ef i,DH lubttbtrt
tOU different ple.es, valued at eitr 2,5J0, aro
distributed as soon as the series it fBHj and tho
awards of eaeh series at mad; are t ba'puV
llsbed In the nexf succtjHng is'iue of The Al
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AH kinds of Blacksmithiag doce.Ja good
style ana at :ue lowest price forcasa ealy,
' - HORSE-SHOEING.-""
ado a specialty. Will shoe all rouad far Jt .Ji.
moot lr -
1875 AGAIN !
1873'
T.briSTltl.E VCEKLT
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rubicribers ,
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