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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

^ttornegif. / \ a. ,S M A L L, ATTOHXE Y AT LAW, BEAVER, PENNA,' M/fli-K IS THE COURT£lOUS"E. [de20-ly I i) II X E AJK I N , A T T O RJ^E Y A T , L A Wi ( MAIN'ST.. BSAVEB/FALLS: fjalO'TS JA.»ii->^AMERON: ."- jbHN Y. MARKS. , /> A M E R O N & M A R K S , .1 T T O R XE YS AT LAW AND HKAL ESTATE AGENT?. ROCHESTER, PA , v. , itt»nd promptly to all business entrusted to ( rare and have Superior facilities for buying - .. : -uliinir real estate. deCW I)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

PENNSYLVANIA R. R. —After December *22d, 1372, Trains will arrive and depart ae follows: EASTWARD. ! WESTWARD. Through Trains Leave Through Trains Arrive Urlon Depot: | Union Depot. Pacific fixp's, 2:50 a m Mail Train, 1:05 am Mail Train, 7:43 a m Past Line. 1:35 a m Chicago Ex 12 20 p ml Pittsburgh Ex. 8.00 am Cincinnati Ex. 1:10 p m, Cincinnati Ex. 8:40 a m Philadelp'a Ex. 5:20 p m' Southern Ex. 12:40 p m Fast Line, 8:50 p m Pacific Expr's, 1:10 p m local. Way Passenger, 9:50 p m Walls No 1, - 6:40 am local. Wilkinsb'g Ac Walls No 1 6:30 am No 1 705a m Brintoti Ac.Nol, 7:30a m Walls No 2, 10:20 a m| Wilkinsburg Ac Wall's No 3. 11:45 am; Nol 8:20 am Wilkinsburg Ac ; Walls No 2. 9:10 am No 2 2:40 p m'Johnstown Ac. 10 10a m Walls No 4, 3:20 p m > Walls No 3, 1:45 p m Johnstown Ac. 4:00 p m Walls No 4 3:20 p m Brinton Accom- ; Wilkinsburg Ac modat'nNol, 4 50pm No 2 4.45 pm Brinton Ac. No2 5:40 p m Walls Ac. No. 5 5:55 p m Walls No 5, 6:15 pm Brinton No 2, 6:50 pm Brinton Ac N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

A LLEGHENY VALLEY RAILROAD On and after Monday, Jaly 15th, 1873. Three Through Trains daily, except Sunday, will leave and arrive at Pittsburgh, city time, for Franklin, Oil City, Buffalo and all points in the Oil Regions, and Western and Central New York.' Leave. Arrive. Day Express 7.10am 8.35pm Night Express 10.40 pm 6.15a m Mail Train 10.50am 4.45am IstHultonAc • 6.40am 6.30am 1st Soda Works Ac 0.30am 8.05am Parnassus Ac 11.40 am 2 10 a m BradvsBend Ac 3.25pm 10.30am WUnltonAc .' 500pm 8.55am 2d Soda Works Ac 6.00pm 5.45pm 3d HultonAc 8.50-pjn 7.20pm A special Sunday train leaves Pittsburgh every Sunday at 7.10 a m. arriving at Parker at 11.25 am. Returnin? leaves Parker at 4.40 p m, and arrives at Pittsburgh at 8 35 pm. • Church train to and from Soda Works (Sunday) arrives at Pittsburgh at 9.50 a m, and leaves at 12.50pm. j j.LAWRENCE,Gen'LSttpt. J.H. BRAY, Ticket Agent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

POLITICAL. vw^nw. ^••The State Senate of Missouri has ^s^^ftbiU aat^orjzing jurors tossubsfcu tutg imprtsuUmem iut LUtrocgvtr pcuatty ¦ —Some fifty representatives of tbe Liberal Rebublican party met in Concord, New Hampshire, to respond to the call from the committee, and nominated Samuel H. Mason for Governor, and William A. Head for Railroad Commissoner. Mason W. Tappan presided. —A movement has been started in Toledo, Ohio, and taken up in Baltimore and other places, to organize a political party in opposition to the concession of any privilege or advantage to Christianity, "or any other special religion." —At a meeting of prominent Liberal Repablicans and Democrats was held on the' 19th, which Governor Palmer, Hon. E. M. Haines and others addressed. The meeting was held for consultation, and it was decided to completely reorganize the party. A committee of leading Senators and Representatives and others, of which Governor Palmer is chairman, is to prepare an address rea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

I II AGSEW. J. M. BUCHANAN. 4 G N E W A BUCHANAN, A. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. iNEAR TilE POST OFFICE.) Kt4 BEAVER C. II., PA ^ nlLBERTL. EBERUART, U ATTORNEY AT LAW. V. '' -iv.*prompt attention to Collections. Pro-• ¦•..' tViumies and Pensions, Baying and Selling I . r.-"ve. etc OFFICE ON BROADWAY, "; ¦ •!-.'•.' K. K. Hoopes' 'Banking House, N-..V iiUIGUTON, BEAYiSR CO., PA I • > - !¦: I' II" LED LIE, ~~ A T TO UNE Y AT LA W, . ¦ Office, in {he Radical Building.) BSAVER.'PA. .• s-.ix;,..,.) entrusted to his care will receive ' •:.:/.1;teuiK.u. "J- ' <-dtc4'68:ly | - H. MCREERY, • <\TT<) KNEY AT LAW, THIRD STREET, f -r>: d •'ox below the Court House,) :. •.'"'-- -ly BEAVER. PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

/'r'-NTUAL CLAIM AGENCY, •'AMES M. SELLERS, ' - = '• > <) U T H; S I X T H STREET PHILADELPHIA. k !; -^:ie-. Portions. Back Pay, Hor«e Claims, 1 ¦ -^".jini-. Jtc . promptly collected. No charge •ft'miation, uor when money U not collected. J^HX Ii. YUUNG^ ATTORNEY AT LAW, BEAVER' PA. ,.''•'.'' raid residence on Third st. east of the Court , •• ¦U-?. - br.8ir.es* er.tnisted to my care shall re-V, !'r *h"l)m?t attenrioa. Al«o. persons having * ••,. ...r" -idr sale- and those wishing to buy town i ¦>_ Tco"! or farm lands, may save timo and - •••*"•• tiy calling at myofi.ee. (aprS9'V0 ly. • ' •S-'Hall SWiRTZWELDER JNO. C. BARB. V SV;AUTZ WELDER & BARR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, *n'o.gg GRANTSTREET, iik&jaij

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

^ . HAjra ^bc-i -iy J ACOB DAVIST- " ATT0RNEY AT LAW, N'o. 75 GRANT STREET, o'™"TFL008-> S"" PITTSBURQa. •sl^l-*-.m '.. ¦ -; - ¦,r, •;¦ . vu, \ J>EAD By EY1STB^DY7''T ^^""~ 7EB BBAYBR RADICAL I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

P ^TTSBraQHT^rivAYNE ^ AOT CHICAGO RAlLWAY.-^n and after Dec. 93d, 1872, trains will leave stations aafollowa: ~~ TRAINS GOINQ VEHT. STATIONS. EXPB.S. MAIL.' XXPB'B. EXPR'S Pittsburgh'. " . 1.45am 7.10am 9.10a* 1.88pm Rochester 2.53; 8.40! 10.35 8.40 Alliance 5.15 11.45 1.80pm -638 OrrvHlo 6.51 I.45IM 8.0Z 7.06 Mansfield......', 8.55 4.22 5.09 9.11 rT«.„«i„o IJtt 9.20 8-00 5.40 9.40 CreBtKne-.fSc 9l40 6.10AM 6.00 9-.5C forest.;....;. ^ 11.05 7.55 7.55 11.15 Lima S 12.08pm 9.05 9.15 13.17AM Port Wayne .... 2.40 11.50 12.05am 3.45 Plymonth 4.45 2.35pm 2.55 5.05 Chicago .50 6.30 i 6.50 8.30pm TRAINS GOINQ EAST. STATIONS. MAIL KXPB'S.jKXPB'a. IXPBB. Chicago 5.15am ».20am 5.30pm 9.20pm Plymonth 9.15 !2.02pm 8.55 13.50AM Port Wayne .... 12.20?*! 2.20 11.20 8.25 yma..... 2.45 14.07 1.18am 5.15 Forest... 400 5.08 2.27" 6.28 „ " »„ I Ar 5.S5 I 6.?0 4.05 8.05 , Crestline .. VDe n.30am1 6.50 4.15 8.25 Mansfield . 12.05pm! 7.19 4.43 8.55 Orrville 2.13 i 9.20 6.37 11.C6 Alliance 4.20 U.00 8.25...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

CCLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH R. R. J On and after Dec. 23d, 1872, trains will leavt stations daily, (Sundays excepted) as follows; GOING^OUTU—MAIN LINK. ~" STATIONS. EXPB'B.; MAIL. KXPB'fl. i ACCOM Cleveland....... 8.80au. 1.55pm 4.00pm Hudson 9.43 ! 8.02 5.18 Ravenna 10.15 | 3.33 5.48 Alliance 11.10 I 4.13 6.85 Bayard 11.44 \ 4.44 Wellsville 1.10pm j b.00 Pittsburgh...._._. 3^0 I 8.20 GOING NORTH—MAIN LINE. STATIONS. EXPO'S. I MAIL. lEXPB'S. ACCOM, Pittsbnrgh 6.30aw| 1.15pm Wellsville j 8.55 8.15 Bavard '.10.30 14.30 Alliance 111.25 I 5.10 7.10am Ravenna 12.12pm j 5.48 8.00 Hudson....^.... '12.45 6.14 8.45 Cleveland../.... j 1.55 1 7.15 j 10.00 GOING ^ASTItRIVKR DIVISION. STATIONS^ ACCOM.! MAIL. BXPB'S.' ACCOM Bellair ^45am ! 10.50am ' 3.35pm Bridgeport ..... 5.55 j 11.00 j 3.45 Steubenville.... 6.57 ; 12.12pmI 4.* Wellsville '8.15 J 1.35 6.20 Rochester 9.30 2.85 , 7.15 Pittsburgh 1040 3.40 ; 8.20 i ¦ i tiOING WEST-RlVEB DIVISION. 8TATI0S3. IJ ACCOM I MAIL. JKXPM'8. ACCOM* Pit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

FROM NEBRASKA.¦ ¦¦ ': 'I . ??K..; '' Privations and Success of ttoe^Pioneer —Removal of the lndlan>-VTonder», fnl Fertility of the State — Buffalo Bill's Exploit. [Correspondence of the Radical.] Farmer's Valley, Neb ,> February 13,1878; $ :r I have made bold to address another letter to ydur paper, because I thought it would not be amlsa to weto- a channel through the columns of your paper, by which to reach citizens of your, or other States, who would wish to emigrate here; and to know how a new, and I might say a wild portiou of this favored State, has, or is being, settled up j anyhow the great terror of our childhood, a portion of the Great American Desert, is being made to "bloom and blossom as the cose:" all speaking volumes for the perseverance, the energy, the industry of our American people. When the American citizen leaves the delights of cultivated society, ibe advantages of an old settled country, the comforts of the sanctuary, the refining influen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

19CiKmAlI>S IN TEXAS. Bu(Che^rlWnr r the Klekapoos - Bed Sktttf4fiKPwltli Bepeatlns Rifles^ Car.b^M^9B>Be vol vera. . Bi»ft|^^fe KDER a County, , Texas, Febr^»j8^HR8.rrA few instances of IrtdUQ^^^^nn jd <>utrage have occurred wHhfa^^^^Wtes of this place receptly. On T]^H^33d ultimo, an old lady, a widoWrj^Hp name of Moore, was murdered b?i^Hp band of Kickapoos near her hojMHK Medina river, about eight mile4;^M^Kdeia. Oh fNI^Hpfth ultimo, two, Mexicans of were jaB^H|he head Belcone creek, andqfi^^^pa|y one Mexica n on Pipe creel^Jl^B|; -,/ OnicS^^Bf: even ing, 25th ultimo, on Gaud^jtoW^Bver, a man named Terry aed hJ^^Hpjs and a girl, were carried °^* tJ^^^H^* wno was 'n tQe house andjy?f|flRshots, ran into the brush with#e^Hp'»nd not being seen by the Ind^|jHpftcU_.altbough in her hurry and ^H^^Kl*Q over a precipice some ten J%J^Bj||/r and dropped her child, whlcn^^^nred .badly. These, people TO^ra^; wete,, maKing'^ffl^Sgrfer-^ honle^ v^rae man w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

THE HAUNT ED SCHOOL-HOUSE. Interesting Account by the Teacher—All Abont the Gltoatly Boy, the Animated Brashes, Traveling Dustpan, Etc. We are able to lay befor our readers these interesting extracts from a letter written by Miss Lucy A. Perkins, teacher at the haunted school house in Newbury port, in answer to inquiries concerning an account of the affair published in a newspaper. The account you send me is true, with a few exceptions. When I first saw tbe boy, he was neatly attired in a brown suit of clothe?, trimmed with braid and buttons of the sr.me color. When I reached forward to grasp him, he seemed not like the boy, but vapory, or, as I can only describe it, like a thin cloud scudolng across the room; still be seemed to have tbe boy form. Reports from some of the Boston papers say I fainted; such i is not the case. I knew where I was and What I was about just as well as I knoW I am writing. : ¦ .••^^/•¦•^;;^";:.;>.] One day I sent a boy out to hang uj* the br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Cold Comfort. . The cause /of woman's rights has met with a blowjin England. A judicial de* cision has been rendered which attacks not mereiy the claim of the wife to be independent of and superior to her bus band, but even ber right to share equally in one of the most indispensable privileges of any household. It is not her right to the metaphorical and symbolic trnwsers which is denied, but her reasonable and proper claim to a share in the marital blanket. ^' It has hitherto been supposed that the wife had a property in the undivided half of ihe marital bedstead, mattress; and other accessories,-which ciuld only be dejtrovrr1 hv hrr-own mw-ffdunt, ^flfytHtlPfr has supported this view- by ^peci^cjilly granting to the widow the sole oVnership of her bedstead and bedding; while the practice, peculiar to slighted husbands, of advertising their runaway wives as having resigned all rights in respect to bedroom furniture, strongly supports tbe same theory. But now we are told by an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

jFor the Beaver Radical.] THE FAMILY JEWELS. TRANSLATED BBOH IHK GBBMAS OF t. 8CHUCKIHQ. cHAPTEitiyin. / It was about an hnjir past midnight when Gaston bade ilops, d'A Velon; goodnight and left the Feifjfjb desJitagejirJ He had gone out into the^arknesS in-at. unenviable mood; with anger and resentment in his heart. Valentine's scornful declaration- had roused his anger more than his belief in its irrevocability. Valentine was his by every tie that bound a betrothed-.in-France, and the hasty passion of a young girl could not so easily alter these Ib^ms/ Only this cursed German could break the first conditions of the betrothal by claiming Valentine's inheritance. And this German whom he had so surely thought to destroy had escaped! He had meant to deliver him a prisoner to the franctireurs at Neufcbateaa ; from whence he would be sent south, and by some,means prevented from ever troubling any one again—and now be he had escaped after all, and escaped through Valentine's assist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

11 P;:^;I^I||||i|;i^ TJ'AirL_STiA^'E1ME2SrT: ^JlgJ? ?™ OF WBAVEB COUNTY FOB THE VEAB 18«. ——*-*-**¦¦*—¦— *"~^ ^^^^"^^^-r-TiwirTiw^ " i ¦ '" . " *"'¦" " ""' """ "' "'"". ' "'"'' - "'¦¦"— ¦¦¦!¦'« M i im* ¦ wwm^——¦—¦a^M>M^., „ ^ .^^ 'iA^f^^^i:-.-:-/'-.^ ¦ „,^ ,,;:;, STATEMtiNTt ~~ ~ ~~ ^ if '': " ¦ ' ' " ^MS*|SSR--feiLL -f^^RiiiiBiT* .nrersaccount ,¦;¦.,; .*...- f.; 45,T8t» S3»-5S,1T1 IB t .. Boxrent,postiure. Ac. is <fe_ i */» . ¦•--•¦••.:- *:rr:r "vy •" :v -•• - -y^-- ,^^^ cjftkhou»,offices**jS^WpifcHo^' * - , ..¦, ¦si | ~ 1«508n v:-k;:v'f:.:i:^;^^^--imNl)lTUBI!S, . * Election officers'nav Fuel, light, *c, "^30-Wis 95 Assessor psjv<y, tfiB87 uSnmiiehtAc J 1« £ B««»tOTliig voters, 5S0 91 Aerea^MFatteidlnff election* St <& * <> ^^^^P^L ••"-¦. ---8ft ;-¦-_.-..-,,-.*- SSaSfc convene inmnte*. .,?-£_ ,,_ : w^nS' ¦'¦¦' SL:: ,'fti'iA | Mp««fat»lxmont-Sapport and clo!hi!iat„r inmate, &2 S«^0BfflS^8l,r<MdbQBd8' „'^T-" '*°* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

Isaac O. Barnes on Horseback. The stories i»f the wit of the late Co). Isaac O. Barnes are numerous, but to be fully appreciated, need the Colonel's peculiar voice and dry manner, familiar to those who used to k£ow him. The following anecdote we do not remember to have ever seen in print. Tbe Ci'lonel, it seems, had been recommended to take horseback exercise for the beuefit of his health, by his physician, and accordingly applied at a well-known stable for the animal. "I want a regular trotting horse, to ride foV my health this afternoon." "Certainly, Colonel," said the proprietor, and, judging from the customer's physique and "a horse to ride for health," gave him one of the hardest trotting horses in his establishment, upon which Barnes mounted and lumped off towards the country. In about three hours he returned, covered with dust and perspiration, and with the assistance of one of tbe hostlers, slowly and painfully descended from his steed. Limping into the stable office...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

An Unfortunate Reault. It, is interesting to know that the Chinese arbiter of the fate of millions the Enperor, who, at ~ the age of fifteen has 1 just been marriei, never saw either of his brides before the day of marriage. He fancied be saw one—and she was bumpbacked—in a dream. By some strange chance a girl so afflicted—but otherwise ' of transcendent loveliness—was among the seven hundred girls from which bis ! Majesty's brides were selected. The Em-| presses whose duty it was to make the se lection knew of his Majesty's dream, and ! fixed on this girl for one of bis wives; but the poor creature was .killed by the Court surgeons who undertook, by some heroic process to cure her deformity. It i is said the young nun takes the sad of I fice moat seriously at heart.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

A Belle of a Lost Race. # Mr. E. M. Thornsbury, from Bayou Sara, Wilkerson county, Mississippi, while stopping at the Willard Hotel, yesterday, says the Louisville Courier-Journal of Wednesday, exhibited a tooth of enormous size, evidently from the mouth of some extinct monster. The tooth was nine inches in length and five and a half in breadth at the base, the roots being also nine inches long, making the aggregate length eighteen inches, the whole weighing ten ana a half pounds. Mr. Tborns-; bury said he found the wonderful tooth ' in the above named creek. ""¦IpS StowttmwM*/ A"^^?3mNcSc5iTcor^T" 513 M ARK E T ST REE T, PHILADELPHIA. . We have opened for tbe FALL TRADE, tbe largest and best assorted Stock of , PHILADELPHIA CARPETS Table, Stair and Floor OU Ctotlis; Window Shades and Paper, Carpet Chain, Cotton * 'Tarn, Batting, , Wadding, 4 Twines, Wicks, Cpxte^, LookingGlasses, .r':--Fancy Baskets , Brooms, Bos* h . kets. Buckets}. Brushes, Ctothes.Wring&m,\Xood...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of administration have been granted to me this day npon the estate of Ebenezer Hatch, deceased, late of New Brighton. Fa. All persons knowing themselves to be indented to the same will please make immediate payment, and those having claims against the estate will present them to me properly authenticated for settlement. B C. CRITCHLOW, Adm'r. New Brighton Pa Alct. 7. 1872 -25-fit* JOSEPH C. BAILIFF. TUOMAS BBOWN. OAILIFP & BROWN, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEA3I PIPE FITTERS NO. 55 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHENY CITY Agitators and Tanks lined by a new process, wlto Hydro-Atmospheric Blow Pipe. febir71-l 1" A PIERRE HOUSE7 No. 48 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. OPEN DAT AND NIGHT. The best Brands of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE. BEER. &c., always on hand in the Bar. Oysters stewed in every style. mar3'71-ly C. B. STEIN. Proprietor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Radical — 28 February 1873

F M. FIFE & CO., BEAVER FALLS. PENN'A.. MannfactuinrB of COOKING. HEATLMU, ANDPABLOR STOVES of different styles and finish. tJSTThe Designs are of the latestpattema and arc highly approved, being chaste and beautiful is appearance. oc28'70-ly TpXEmiTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OP GEORGE NEELY, Dec'd. Letter.* testamentary on the estate of George Neely. deceased, late of Economy township, Beaver county. Pa., having been granted to the undersigned, all persons having claimsor demands again!-t%nid estate are requested to present the same, and those indebted thereto to make paymem u> me. ROSETTA SHAW, Ex'nc.. Petrolia. Butler county. Pa., or to DANIEL NEELY, ia nl" 6: Baden, Beaver county, Pa.

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