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A Democratic Newspaper
Published every Friday iu Louisburg
JtATE OF SpBSCWrnON,
.One Copy 1 year...;...
" , 6 Month....
DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ART.
yZT TKKMS CASH IN SDVANCK
LOUISBCJRG, N. 0., JANUARY, 31, 1873.
RY JOUN O. 8AXR.
'Tis a carious fact as ever was known
But often in unman nature shown, :
Xlike -Q Castle and cottage
That pride, like pigs "ol a cettain brood,
Will msnage to lire and thrive on food
As poor as pauper' pottage I
01 a'l tl.c notable things of earth,
and speaking in a lower tone, ' 'm al
most certain this train will run off the
traqk and break my neck before I get
te Bjston, "Well, the fact "is I have
had! too much good luck for one man
lately. The thing can't last ; 'taint
natural that it should, you know ; I've
watched it. First it rains, then it
shines, and thou it rains again ; it
so nany different expressions in so
short a time as did that of J the little
woman while box husband was on Iris
way to her. She did'nt look pretty.
On the contrary, she looked very plain,
but someway I felt a big lump rise in
uiy throat' as I watched her. She was
trying to laugh, God bless her, how
completely she failed in tho attempt !
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Coetrkcrs lot tart jipMe bimm n L'bmi '
nearly a quarter of a mile distant, wh re
two.hours laler, he died in great agony.
This story is an almost incredible one,
but it comes to ns from such a high
source that we cannot doubt its truth.
rains so hard you think Ita never go. Her mouth got into that position, but
ing to stop then it shines so bright it never meved after that, save to draw
you think its always going to shine ; down at the corners and !, quiver,' while
and just as you are settled in either she blinked her eyes so fast . that I
belief, you are knocked over by change, suspect she only caught occasional
The queerest thing is the pride of birth j to show youvthat you know nothing I glances of the broad shouldered fellow
Anioog our '"fierce Democracy V
A bridge across a hundred years,
Without a prop to sav it from aneera
Not even a couple of rotton piers
A thiog of laugter, flingsi.aad jeers
Jsmtrican aristocracy 1
Depend upon it, my n ibbish fnend,
about it.' ' i I 'who elbowed his. way so rapidly to
! '.Well, accordiHg to that philoso- ward her. And then, as he drew close
phy,' says, I, 'you will continue to and dropped his everlasting portman-
have sunshine, because, you are ex
pecting a storm.'
'It's curious,' ho returned, after a
pause, 'but the only thing which makes
Your family threa l you can't ascend I me think I'll get through safe, is be.
Without good reason to apprehend
You; may find it wuxed at the other end
rBy a ine plebian v. cUion,
Or, wor60 than that, your -pasted line-
ljy end iu a loop ot stronger .twine,
That plagued some worthy relation.
( Iecue you fl -urish irr -worldly aff ii'rp,
Don't be haughty and put on airi,
With insolent pride of station, . ;
Dou't be proud and turn up your nrse
At poorer people in plainer clothes;
Ut learn for the s ike of oar mind'a
rtpos'j - I
fhtt all prou fl:sh, wherever it gots,
I suMect to iiritution. "
. " . t
cause, I think I won't, !
' Well, that is curious,' said I.
'Lord, yes,' he replied. ' I'm a.
teaus, she just turned completely
around with her back toward him, and
covered her face with her hands. And
thus she was when the strong man
gathered her up in his arms as if she had
been a baby and held her sobbing to
his breait. There was enough gapping
at theinj heaven knows, and I turned
machinist made a discovery nobody my eyes away a moment, and then I
believed it ; spent all my money - try- saw two boys in threadbare round
ing to bring it out mortgaged my abouts standing near wiping their red
home all went. Everybody but my
wife spunky little woman said
she'd work her fingers off before I
should give it up. Went to England
no better ; came within an ace of
eyes and noses" on their little coat
sleeves and bursting out ' janew at
every fresh demonstration, on the part
of their mother, who seemed as if the
pent up tears of all those weary months
jumping off London bridge went into of waiting were streaming through her
a shop to earn money enough to come,
home with ; thero met the man I wan
ted. To make a long story shorty I've
brought thirty thousand pounds home
'Good for 3ou,' I exclainicd.
": 'Yes,' said he, . thjrfy thousand
A. Happy Now Year !
We hope that the -Merry Christmas"
which has bff er joyed by our patrons
and lriends is now mcceeded by a
'Happy New Year." The News puts
forth, in behalf of that felicitous con
fsummation', such fervid and tffectual
prayers as a newspaper may be capable
of iiaming and expressing. The best
luck attend all f the kindest smiles ol
benignant Heaven the fairest fruits ol
our mother earth. As we draw, (ten
by step, more close to the destined and
inevitable bourne which awaits us in
the Shadowy Kingdom, may each sue
ceeding New Year be freighted with
fuller bounties bt Providtnce and richer
blessings ; more ample coasolalious lor
tho ills which beset our condition ot
humanity, and larg .t promise of peace,
good will and prosperity for the years
to come'. .
Still, while we keep our Jaces fixed
hopefully on the opportunities and
promises of the Future ; and while our
hearts are no has steadtastly fixed up
on the dut'es which its untried experi
ence will impose, we cannot repress
some tears and sighs of regret at the
death of the old year. To uiany ot us
to m st ot us, perhaps 'twas the mcs
senger of trouble, and privation and
toil: of pain and disappointment ; but
as we have listened with awe-touched
hearts to the last ebbing pulses and
broken tones which tcld the sad con.
time. It yon go on business, attend I niio your hearts with flowers of wis
promptly to the matter on hand, then domt charity and virtae, that never
as promptly go about 7001 own busi- fade, and you Will always look lovely
ness. without the aid of txternal tmbell.sh
Do not atop to tell stories in basi- menu When yon inx'tle, don't let the
ness hours. v tace pet form the cf3f, anaaalated by
If you have a place of business, be the feelings, but let very anile be
found there when wanted. No man 'fresh, and warm from the heart, and
can get rich by ait ting aroand stores when yoa are sand, let folks kaow it
and saloons. Never iool" on busi- go it with a Teageanc, rip, atave fly
ness matters. Have order, system, re- around, atnaah things generally stamp
guiarity, liberality, promptness. Do yonr buoly boonet, tear yo-ar frexk,
not meddle with business yon know kick oyer the aahhox. pitch into the
nothing of. Never bny an article yon cook, do something detperate, and y a
do not need, simply because it is cheap, will satisfy everybody that you ,are In
and the man who sella it will take It oat "dead earnest." Bat thii playing
in tiade. Trade is money; Strive to mad. lor the aake ot ret tine a crip on a
avoid harsh words and personalities. young fellow' fetling, won't do.it i
Do not kick every atrne in the path; unkind,8 cm-!, and nomensical And
more miles en be made in a day by again, don't pretend to be rt rack with
goiug 8'eadily on than by st oping to I admiration at the sight ot this and
kick, fay as you eo. A man ot hon I that thin? ana exclaim. " Oh. ho
1T r 1
TbU nariTaried lfH U w.Vraatai tk
to eooaln a jgt pat-l mt Memr? "
anj l-Jr mmril -nr k
Tor Voarr Ttaaa U ha pr" 4u treat
Ttl-ja in all diu4 of th I va, Bavit
and KrwxaTi Tbontnd f mo4 aa4 '
great ia all art ib eweairy voeett tr
luoadrfal and peiiar por ia purify-
ice tit ruoon, lraaWl g th 111 uvsa.
or respects hia word as be does his
bond, Aid, but jneyer beg. Help
others when yon can, but nerer give
what you cannot afford to, simply be
couseit is fashionable. Learn to say
I and ItjWrLs, and imparting L f al
beautiful, peifectly exquisite, charm so thafwbo'o ajeUai. l.ir
' , J J I ulU.ecuiTjaUakwKddi hare k
mg , inu iucu iuiu uu jourucei, wnu 1 tqnaiaaa
your back to object of at! miration (t)
and wink at and elbow your lady
irieod, who understands "what's up.'
No necessity lor snapping it j Never praise, nor demunoe anything.
out dog lashion, but say it firmly and
respectfully. Have but tew confidants,
and the fewer the better. Uae your
own brains rather than those of other.
Learn to think and act for yourself.
Be vigilant. Keep ahead rather than
behind the time.
Young man, cut this out, and if there
be fylly in the argument., let us know.
A. UcnutiFiil Demon.
In going through the pariah prison a
lew days eince, the attention oi the re
porter waa attracted to a young girl,
fessiOn oi its dying, we have folded its apparently not more than filteeu years
Is; ho Xiioli f
pounds atfd the best of it she ' doesn't
A correspondent ef the Washington know anything about it, I've fooled
her so often, and disappointed her ' so
much that I jut concluded I would
say nothing about this. When I got
my "money, though, you better believe
I struck a befc-line for home.
City Capital, Djn Piatt's papcr.wntes
thus of an incident on the Boston arid
'Albany railroad a short time ago :
. ' I ran across what first struck me as
a very singular geiius onv my road
from Springfield to. Boston.' This was
a stout, black-whiskerod man, who in
dulged, from time to time, in tho
: most strange and unaccountable ma
noeuvres. Every new and then he
'And now vou will make her happy,'
r ! " . - - -
said I. '
Hapjyy Vr he replied 'why you don't
know anything about it. She's work
ed liko dog while I've been gone try-
would get lip and hurry away to the ing to support herself and the children
a - ' l
Rarrow passage wnicn icaas to- tne
door, i a these drawing room cars, and
when "he. thoughl himsolf, secure ,from
' .observation, would fall to laughing in
I the mst violent Jmanncr arid cont-nue
the healthful exercise until he was -as
j red in, the face as a lobster. As ' Y0
1 nearcd Boston these p demonstrations
Increased in violence, ' save that the
vstranger did not run away to laugh,
hut .kept his seat and chuckled him
clf4 with his chin deep down in his
shirt collar. Rut tho changes that
Oiose portmanteaus underwent? . lie
inov'od them here, there, j everywhere.
decently. They paid her thirteen
cents apiece for making coarse shirts,
'and. that's-tho way she liw.1 half the
time. She vrill conic' down thero to
the depot to meet me in a gingham
dress and a shawl a hundred years old,
and she'll t.hiuk-'she!s dressed up, Oh,
sho won't havo no clothes after this--oh,
no, I guess not ,r und with those
words, which implied that '.his. wife's
wardrobe,.-' would soon rival t that of
Queen Victoria's, the stranger tore
down tho passage way again, and get-
-' Many a sigh is heaved, many a heart
is bioken, many a life is rm lered mis
erable by the terrible infatuation which
parents manliest in choosing a life com
pauion for their daughters.
How is it possible for happiness to
resulrlrom the union of iwo principles
so diametrically opposed to each other
in every poiqt as virtue is to j vice ?
and yet Uow often is wealth considered
a better recunoiendatiou for young
men than virtue?
How often the first question asked
respecting the suitor ot a daughter is
this,' " r '
Is he rich ? I
Yes heiatounds in wealth ;lbut docs
that tiff rd any eyidtnee that he will
make a kind and aff etionate husband?
"Is he rich V j
Yes, his clothing is purple and he
fares sumptuously every day but can
you inter lrom this that he i Yirtuou1 ?
"Is he rich ? j
Yes, he has thousands floating on ev
ery ocean; but do not riches sometimes
"take to thi-casclves wings, aud fly
away 1 I 'j ,
And youj consent that your daughter
ting in his old corner, where bethought I shall marry a man who has nothing to
himself out of sight, went through the
be put' them behind him, in front of I strangest pantomine,lauguhing,puttin
his mouth into the drollest shapesnd
then swinging himself back and forward
in the limited Space as, if he were
walking down Broadway a full rigged
metropolitan swell. And so on until
In ui, on each side ot him. lie was
.. .1 '-
evidently gotting ready to leave, but
as we were yet twenty-five miles from
l.loston, the idea cf such early prepa
ration was ridiculous.
If wc had entered the city .then the we rolled into the depot, andrl placed
mystery would rave remained unsolv-. myself on the car, opposite the Straug
cd, but the stranger at last llccsme so er who with a portmanteau in each
excited that ho could keep lm seat no hand an,d dcceudedj and as stand
longer. Some one must! help him," I ing on the lwer step, ready to jump
aiid as I was the nearest, ho selected to the platform. I looked from his-
mc. Suddenly turning, as if I had face to the faces of tho peoplo before
recommend him but his wealth ?
Ah I beware. The gilded bait some
times covers a Larked hook. Aek not,
then, I ; !
i' Is he rich!"' Ask not! if he baa
wealth, but has he honor 1 - And do not
sacrifice jour daughter's peace for mon
y. " - t : L: .A : -'.
. Remarkable Di-emii
record so' that all bright passages
should lie expos -d, and all dark images
ot sorrow be concealed in oblivim
Mempry, however sad, has her claims
no less than Duty ; and her alluremeuta
no 1-63 beauti.'ul than the pictures of
Hope, j Let us therefore bless the 0:d
Year, while, we wlceme the N;w, and
honor the parting as we do the coming
guest : j f j
" His face is growing sharp and thin,
Alack, our Iriend is gone,
Close up his eyes, tie up his chin ;
Step from the corpse aud let htm in
' Who standcth there ahme.
And waiteth at the door,
There's a new foot on the floor, my
And a new,lace at the door, my friend.
A new lace at the door.
It seems useless and inappropriate
to repeat here the reflections or to en
force anew the homilies, with which
every earnest mind and sensitive heart
are charged on such an occasion. As
the Old Year gathers around him the
folda ot his wintry robe, and silently
and darkly disappears from our sight
forever; and as the "new face: at the
door," enters in with the chimes of the
New Year's bells, to take possession, all
of us feel the solemn significance, for
all time and all eternity, of such a pas
sage and of such a succession. 'lis the
old, old story of Death, and the old,
old mystery of Birth and Life. God
help t;a to read that story in all its
higher aspects of hope and promise ;
and to stand 1. the presence of that
august and divino mystery .with hearts
which feel duly its sanctity and its im
port ljU- V ,
We would begin the New Year with
buch srntimcnta of reverence, aud
asked a question, he said, rocking him
self to! and fro in hid chair the mean
time and slapping his legs aud breath
Ing hard: y):
Been gene three - years T 'Ah T--
, Yes been to Europe. Folks don' t ex g
, joct me for six months yet, but J got
through and started. I telegraphed I dressed and elbowing1 throngs a, little
them at the last station : ! thev've not woman in a faded dress arid a well
It by this time.
! As he said this ho rubbed his hands
and changed the portmanteaus on. his I glanclag rapidly from window to win
left to tho richt and to the left asain. I dow as the coaches elided in. She
The Louisville (Ky ) "Commercial"
Tuesday 6y?: j .
Y- Sterday a gentleman, ot the hih
est character, a minister of the gospel,
related to us the following remarkable
(act?, wbich were furuUhed him by
Rev. L N. Thompson, a well known
Methodist minister of Southern Indian
na, and loimerly presiding elder ot the
Mitchell district. Oae of Mr. Thomp-'
son's parishioners had a very singular
dream, which ran about as follows as
he related it to his family the next
morning: He dreaded that in walking
worn hat with a face almost painful in through hia pasture fields he came upon
ita intense, hut honeful exnression. I a drain tree near. the path lie was foN
i ' r ' 1 - )
tis, but saw no sign of recognition. :
Suddenly he cried : 'There they, arc,'
and laughed outright, but in a ! histor
ical sort of a way, as he looked ever
the crowd, j IfoUawodhis cyesx and
s;6me distance back, as if crowded out
and shouldered away by the well-
Got a wife? said I. 'Yes. and
throe children,' he returned, and he
got up, folded his overcoat: anew,
and hung it , over the - back of the
'' You arc pretty nervous over the
matter, ain't your I' said, watching
Vis fidgity movements.
'Well, I should think I was,' he re
plied, I hain't ; slept soundly for a
week. And do you know, he went'
on, glancing around at tie passengers;
had not seen the stranger, but a mo
ment after sho caught his eye, and in
another instant he had jumped to the
platform yithhb two portmanteaus,
and making-a hole in the crowd push-
ins on here and running one of his bun-
such a spint of faiplul memory lor the
pa and sereLe, patient confidence fcr
the luture. As we ride down the tide
of Time,' through all its storms and
gloriea, mid shores Qf beauty on one
La -id, i and of danger and daik
ness on the other, it bocms us
often to turn our eyes ' backward, and
to study the stretches of the stream
along which we have tailed:
"For all 1 xperience is an arch where
Gleams that untravelied world whose
Forever and forever as we move."
Let us take, then from the pist the
Icfsbns ot patience, and fidelity and en
durance; and so move forward, undaun
ted, into the experiei.ee which the
coming year ia to unfold. Iu evcty
breast let there be a brave hi art, ana
loving, andwhich had an opening, from
rot, on the side. Near the foot of this
tree, coiled aloogjidi the pth.-he saw
in a dream large yellow rattlesnake, I ''God over all f Raleigi News.
and the ssake, bis dream told him, had
bitten him. -
After relating the dream to his fam
ily next morning, he concluded to go to
the pasture, and there beside the path
ot age She had fair nut-brown hair,
and a complexion lreah and white aa
mi k. The m id blue eyes wre fcingul
arly soft and intelligent, and hex wnol
appearance indicated the free, joyous
characteristics oi youth and happiness.
Yet this amiable looking creature, this
fair, delicate Minerva, of s'ender form
and iogenuous face, is said to be a devil
incarnate. She was not a prisoner,
only a visitor to the institution, and
when the reporter saw her the was con
versing with a noted burglar ; indeed
she say she is a cousin of Pete Mun
day'a and goes under the sobriquet of
Lily. She is almost as fair and deli
cate as one . -
Her career is a rema kblc s ries of
adventures and hair bieadth escapes.
About a year ago she lived in 8an An
tonio, Texas, and for some real or fan
cied misconduct received a severe cas
ligation at the hands of the man wivh
whom she was living.
Burning with resentment, and con
scious of her inability to cup Aiih him
in physical strength, sie waited until
the next night, when he was asleep, and
then locking the doors of the room and
closing every avenue of t scape, she pre
pared lor a work ol horror almsst im
post pic to conceive. On one pretext
or another she sent all the inmate of
the house away, and procuring piper
atidothcr inflammable material, built a
funeral pyru . around the bed ot the
sleeping man. Tuis don, she set fire
to it, and locking the door behind her
fled the hous The man woke up
n hen the boute was full of fltmcs and
in escapirg f:cxn th? room was literally
roasted. Oae tide ot his body was
burned almost to a cindtr. lie has
never recovered irom his ii juries, and is
to-day a hopelesi invali , suffering tx
cruciating torture and continual an
guish.. His generosity perhsps hit
sense ot atonement prevented his pros
ecuting the girl, nd she made her es
cape to New Orleans. Arriving here,
she took apartments on Toulou street,
betwteo Rampart and Bargand j, where
ne still resides. Sue is yet very jOJing,
certainly noX more than seventeen at
farthest, and her vindictive and savage
fury when excited is a terror to alt her
It is strange that beneath an ex'erior
so fur and beautiful should be conceal
ed the elements ct such lawless vio
lence. New Orleans Picayune.
unleaa you leally mean what you say.
Dont't smile to betray. Don't profess
a purity -f purpose, while yi-ur daily
practices are wholly st variance with
your pneepts. Don't let your affecta-.
tion arise principally r ut of a desire to
obtain the good opinion of ethers, or
the fear ol losing it. Dou't pretend to
know a gnat deal more than i contain
ed in your knowlodge-box, for It will
be detected by those who know more.
Don't kff-ct to be witty rtfiaed, deli
cate, r sentimental for by so doing
yoasut ject yourselves to ridicule which
is as disgUkliog ss it is undhguUcd.
" f Zjr "
II eeataios four mlial Itbm'. ever
aibd ia th e Ita. pr rr-'prti o ia ay
other prtaratin, vis: a ;li 'atkarr
a woDilrf ol ToaU,t.n aixaptiowatrU Ailr
atiTO and a rtvia'O rnt f all H '
tie of th to-lj. f of h lf 1 aee as
atieodad lianas, that ill u rar44 a
(IRE AT UNFAILING SPECIFIC.
f r L.v.r iu)4atut a 4ja.
pnue tbrravf, o wrt t Lv.r.raia. CnaT-
riiiox j4Qi(Lo, ltuua at.auaa, dice
IIiApAcnc Ciio. I-atArm ut iDlraa.
toca Stoxvcb, Haart Barn, A , A. ' j
liesaa lb livtr aid pr-vnt
, CHILLS AND FEVERS. i
I uacafeard oaiy by I
J. H.ZEILIN& CO.. 1
llaooo, 01 aM radadalphia.
Prie9lJ00 pr pcka(; t.ii uil, p i
ts pMd,i.iH rrur4 r4j ivr
I'.m i ana ..oo.
No. 1 SaTKTTUyiLLB Strkrt,
RALEIGH, N. C,
of vry description.' boead U th vary bi
ttjU aud at low-t pri.
Old nuanbar! neprtm Cutt Sarts
takn in xchaag f .r WkIwx.
SOLD BY ALL DRUG OUTS. .
CJTltjwarbf all CuttuUrbUa a 4 I alts,
uoaa. I w i-tai.
L A. I.1ARBURY
1VD UHIM A, ALU
Dealer la wry deaerfpUan ft (Haavwar, I
Lmp Looking Ul PU4 V ka,
Ppoons aid rjaators-i-Btone War 4 A 1
now ieracelptof hi fall Stock whith is
Urc and Outnpl ,tl u wbmb h is.
tiu th atttntloa ofCaary UsraaaU
Oaraatlos; to aslla low a aa j rseaias
, a if aMutrr. :
17 YCAarms ttaaar
PESCTJD.LEE &. CO.,
DRUGS, IIEDICINE3, PAINT3.0ILS,
TTladow-CUaaa, Tatrat Kadi -lie.
QABDE3 AKT O&ASS SZZDS,
PxarrwcxT, Htixaiy Wtfoa, 4o-
Balcis. 17 O ;
FALL 2 mmi G3321
We are now receiving aa bdsusIIj,
large Btoclc vi, Jail and Wintt ;
g'Knis and ws ax prepared ta csa
wur lriends and cujtom'rsv . . ;
i lYIint Tlioy RccS
at ins lidixj wKrrMScratn axim
EXTRA ATTRlCriOllS III I
Fancy Dxcss Ooodsi. and
TliongrUt lox- GLrl.
.dles plump into tho well developed I at the f Jot of the half rotted tree, lay
stomach of a venerahlc looking old
gentlemam in spectacles, he rushed to
ward the place where he was stand-
coiled up a large rattlesnake. Ee'z-
A Worn wren Yucsa May. It is
as easy to be a rich man aa a poor, ooe
Halt the energy displayed in keeping
ahead that is rt ou red to catch up when
behind would save credit, give more
time ta attend to. business, and add to
Ves, t:o much, too much, entirely
too much lalae aUow, deceit and hypo
cr'sj, afl at in this aab'.nnary aection o
the moral vioeyard, and il I could an- that passes the Presbyterian Church,
Town Property for &alo
llarieg tUaded to brake op hoaje
keeping 1 now uflr say Hons aad L it
tar sale. The Lot Contains 113 acres
located 00 Halo street, and a cross street
Oor Clock oa Trlanmirrs i larzrr
and mors cons a lets thaa wt kav erf
purcnacca teXore. in tbu Use we ciaitrc
And all ws aik is aa op portrait a-
a m a S
i to snow. TU Lauits ars tavusu so w
and ezaains oer Stock, ws caxaj.Ue
to snittheta !
We have al larps aavl well aelert i
stocks of Heady Iial Clotllas, ISuut
and shots. VUi & rrstkntrs fsrsUhia
goods I . I
iog a small limb frjm a tree nesr by, the prtfit and reputation of those who
he struck at the snake, bnt in doing so work for gair. Uooor your engage
hia foot aiipped and he feUr upon the nients. It you promise to mett a man
poisonous reptile, which bit him upon I or to do a certain thin at a certain
bihiUte it, I would fir awy natil I
had accotcplishid my deaign, or ex
pended my entire supply of mtntal and
physical ammnaitioa. I don't mind
acting 1 he girls vear false hair, false
color, false projections, and such like
bat I do detest false mmilcs, deceit and
I think 1 never saw a face assume ihfi cbetk. He basoned to his home, I momii.t. be ready at "be appointed 1 P00 ! Tke cmrc Prla, to gar
and a eooYenient dtaanc to the bust-
ncscpartof tuwu. .
My Uonseholi and kitchen lomirui
will be offered at public sl (except
beds and bedcltbiny') as ajon as the
House asd L-t U aolu.
Yor paxticnla a adddress me at
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