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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY M'OIINING, OCTOBEll 4, 1S7G. SACKING OF SIIELBYVILLE. A REIGN OF TERROR. A (Jniet Town Invaded h Ilooilnnis. Outrageous Orgies of Sitting Bull's Calves. Our Correspondent Confirmed Affidavits from Outraged Citizens. HOUSES AND 8H0PS ENTERED AND PLUNDERED BY DRUNKEN RADICALS. Respectable Citizens Assaulted and Ladies Insulted on the Streets The Town Taken Possession of by a Black and "White Mob who Inaugurate a eisn of Plunder and Outrage. The Krclfral Blot Confirmed by, Ailhla. tit TlieKlinllow Me and Exeu of Republican Paper LxpoMtl. - Social Correspondence of tli- Seiitinc 1.1 Shelhyville, Ind., September .".0. Owiiifr to the repeated efforts of Kcpuhlican throughout tlie -state and the Eepuhlican pros irenerally, to suppress and contradic t the charge made by the Sentinel and the Enquirer as to the outrageous conduct of the mob f men imported here by that party on the night of the i$d inst. to revive the war spirit and put life in the ghost o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

TILE INDIANA SLA'IJ: SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOIiXIXG, OCTOBEll 4, 1870. WEDNESDAY, tXTOBKB 4. That distinguished pair of BiirnKIo -whisker waa not wi'ii to circulate much about ths rooms of the Radical committee j Merday. Friedley don't Foster that style. Sitting Bull is trying to create sytapathy for himself by reporting bad treatment in the cars. . D,es General Harrison indorse the Radical plot to make Indianapolis the scene of Another election riot? Afu?r the grand ovation to Blaine from Ttforuif-rs within the lladical party, UrUow has retinal from the canvas in Indiana. . For the past w.tk the face of Postmaster Hollowly ha been so long that the twelve foot mirror in his private room at the jo-t-office will not take it all in. Landers told the people two years ago what he would dv if they elected him to Congress. He went to Washington and did it. John Manna's election isthedryestjand that Ftlek out from this ocean of political uncertainty. The dove hau one place at least on w hich ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

THE 1ND LAN A STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOllNING OCTOBEK 4, 1870.. (OOl'KH'N CARD. ully and Satisfactorily Explains this Little Mule Transaction. AX EMXTIOX I.IK. lie ApiMaln to Ciixxl IC'iuIIicau Authority to Xnll it. Will 1 be Tray. iClniKhf mid Kit retheart Tak ib Uack Truck? Herald. Journal and Xf 'opy. To the Editor of the Sentinel: Sir The Herald of Sat unlay contains a sensational article, the purpose of which is to implicate me in an alleged I rami on the government in cnnctton with a mule contract timing the war. The Journal of this morning sulistantlally repeal the charge. The tacts in substance are these: The letting of a contract for one thousand mules was stdvertlsed by the United Mates quartennanter. Ä numlier of Indiana gentlemen besides niVM'lf contemplated bidding viz: Wm. C. Holiiies, Jhn Itradshaw, Joseph 1. I'attison, Edw. V. Pattison, Win. JI. Jenkins, James F. Evans of Hamilton county, Ijiwrence Hitchie of Johnson county, John Jgo and ieorj;e W. Maxtleld. liesi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

G TILE 1XD1AXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, OCTOBER 4, 187G. i:et. 11 V MA Kit LK toAKoX. A green, tili lane,with broken hedge o'i rBrown With elder, flower and'red. wild rose's vine; Beyond, the meiuJow with its grass new mown, And, tili beyond, the silver rtn-amlct's "hi im'. V field of torn slow waving in the sun; lletwi n its stalks the scarlet ixtppifK fire; Vnil. f.f away, the wheat fields stretching on To g.rdle hills that ptwnnl iieaveu aspire. .ne low, brown liotw of fashion dd and quaint. Its chimni-v wreathed with morning ghry f.nr Aid sit. its drsir-stone, like some pictun faint, A girt with golden head, and white feet rw.re. Swift waliowsUrt, from under sloping en ves, llü' dusky Shuttle spinning unseen wets; And. tween tree boughs, the busy spider weaves A sun-touched gossamer of million thread. Against th sky a curl of smoke is tun-n ; An echo rics from the ncighlxiring plain, Vte r-, tossing Hp the sweet, eut clover green, A farmer sings a merry harv-st stniin....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNES DAY MO UXIXG, OCTOHER 4, 1870. The Conscience Aatt Future Judgment. I sat alone wi th my conscience, In place hre time had ceaed, . And we talked of my former livimc In the landx where the years Increased. Aii'i L felt I should have tu answer The question it put to me, Ami to faoe the answer and question Through an eternity. The tchosts of forgotten action! 1'ame floating Itefore my sight And toing that 1 thought were dead tilings Were alive with a terrible might. And the vision of nil my past life Wan an awful thing to faee Alone with my conscience sitting In that solemn silent place. And I thought of a far-away warning, Of a sorrow that was to be mine, Ina land that then was the future, I'.ut now is the present time. And I thought of my former thinking Of the judgment day to le. But sitting alone with my conscience Seemed judgment enough for me. And I wondered if there was a future ' To th is land beyond t he grave ; But no one gave'me an answer,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 October 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1876. CHEAPEST IN AMEEIOA. OUR MONTHLY, A LITERARY, FASHION AND FAMILY MAGAZINE! FÖU TICK PEOPLE. A FAIE OF ELEGANT OIL PICTURES To Every SubTiIcr. -SUBSCRIPTION : "W illi lniiuni, 7. Cents; without lremiu;ii only 30 C'EXTS 1 YEAH! Extraordinary Inducements to Agent. Trnrv-C ve Cent iiid for ovtry N'KW sl'llriCElWKR. .Fii:-t I'kkvm'm: A lady's Gold Hunting Case Wavh. costing 10, to t Ji tsoii sendin in th.' !:-r:"l i Nt of names, with tho money, during Jvt. Sf.'nti1:h',tt.m: A magnificent original ' Oil IVivtivc. elegantly framed, etc. Scud fr SPECIMEN COPIES (free) and txiimii!-.: :r.e term to Agents, etc. I S. AYItES V CO., PiibliIicrx. INDIANAI'OMS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. IftVET AM TIIK liltKlTTS. HTn TriK Ixm-vxAi'tH.is Skjtti.nei.. TX'II)AY EVKX1NÜ, Jct. lfCli. The d.-if'nd for money is siitlicient to ke-p Uie lojirrible fund of the banks well employed t 10 to 12 per cent. ndtanapolis Clearing; House. C'lcHriiins. ISj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 25, 1S7G. VOL. XXVI, XO 10. WHOLE NO. 187Ö. IK- THE HOOSIER'K i:cc Some time In eighteen seventy-six, "When Grant's old mill got out of fix. And corn was grinding very slow And prices running very low, And Uncle Sam begun to scold For want of meal, ns well as gold, And people talked of times so hard And want of bread as will as lard; And thins look'd rather black and blue, AlKut the old house and tut- new, And that some change there must Ik? made Both In the engine and the trade. The driving wheels were out of gear And gettin? worse and worse each year; The boiler, too, was red with rust The boxes full of dirt and dust; Indeed 'twas plain that great repair "Was needed, lsere and everywhere. I think, says Sam, I'll chancre the hands And brins new men from Western lands. And see if they can't run the train Without this heavy tax and strain Upon the farm and make tilings go A little slicker here below. For plainly I can see the storm Is brewing i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

TILE INBLVXA STATE SKXTIXEL,, WEDNESDAY MOliXIXG, OCTOBER 25, 187G. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i Cn TISM IX ITH DEATH STKUUULF. "We are now face to face with the same scenes duplicated that aroused the country four yean ago. The scenes are duplicated it is only the localities and actors th.it are changed. The name means that resnh'''l in a Louisiana massacre four years fci m-- and fastened on that state a vampire g-rvrnment of corrupt curjet-baggers, are invoked now in South Carolina to rule her with adventurers and prop the decaying pver of Grantism with bayonets. The negroes, led by unprincipled adventurers, resist the law defy the officers in iU execution. The whites rally to the support of the officers. The negroes tear up a railroad, burn barna, and armed and organized, incite a rebellion to lawful authority. The whites organize resistance in support of the law and its officers and the governor of the state issues a proclamation ordering their dispersion, the dispersion of a posse summ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOIINING; OCTOBER 25, 187G. captai .raxt. BY CARL 11KKST. From the St. IuU Times. rm Captain f i rant of the caviilry, The people all look up to me. And the party loves me well you w, For I'm the bow of the army. I've i?ot a tight against rSittinir. Hull. A nl yet my hands are not quite full. And times are Kitting terrible dull, rx I must urn; my army. They Ray the thlrd-tenn ghost Ls LUd, rut I am not a bit afraid. For the game ain't out until it' played. And I'm still the boss of the army. I'lynses Hayes or Rutherford Grant, It's all the same whichever you want. And reform must top its stupid cant While I command the army. If y deputy boas is Cameron, Old Simon's smart and secret son. And you may bet well have our fun While lashing about with the army. Ko mutter what the people say. They've only got the bin to ity. And laws were never in the way We we wanted to use the army. Now I can find some work to do For Belknap, Bab and Orvil too. And th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

TIIE 1XD1AXA öTATB SENT INK L, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 25, 187G. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER '-". Tilden is the man of destiny. Zach. Chandler is trying to replenish his bar'l. Zach Chandler's assessments are im;Iy robberj'. Morton prefers California to Indiana; it is Coolier. The old bear can hardly hold hii pnv off Turkey. Hayes intimates to his friends that it is sundown with him. Zach. Chandler's Southern policy is summed up thus: "CJivc them the bayonet." The Hon. Joseph Pulitzer is helping Tildon in New York. He is more than a mateli for Schurz. The Judges of South Carolina, 11 I'cpullicans, agree, that Chamberlain's call for troops is an outrage. The bets in the New York pool rwnn are two to one that Tilden will sweep the state by a majority of 00,000. . - i 1. D. Morgan, candidate for governor of New York, contributes $1U,000 to the Chandler fund for the corruption of Indiana. Si'i.OOO Forney, id anxious for the IieptnV licans to go to work. He would like to get another $2ö,OX) da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOP.XIXG, OCTOBER 25, 187G. SURROUNDED BY ICE. Tw elve Whaling Vessels and Their Crews Abandoned Olf Point Barrow. TintiixixG isecitai Of Jlio Hairbreadth Escapes and Terrible Hardships of the Survivors. Kin Francisco, Oct. 21. The whaling bark, Florence, arrived this evening from the Arctt Ocran with 11KJ men on Itoard, beiny; part of the crews of an Arctic whaling licet. 12 ol which she reports lost in the ice, with a portion of tlieir crews. The rcmainiti!; survivor have pone to Honolulu, on the. Ijiinie Three Rrothers. The following is a 5'Hori.- of the written reports of the master of the licet. On arrival in Rehrings a we found plenty of ice ami extreme weather. But few whales were taken in the first part of the wibon. We commenced taking walruses June first, and the hips engaged soon got all they had ca.ks f r. lictwecn the iJUth of July and the l?t !' August the ships worked over to the East yhore, and so North towards Point Harrow, a fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL., WEDNESDAY MOIINING, OCTOBER 25, 1876. riCE-IIINTOHIC IIlEDECi:.S-SOKS. Tlie Arelnrolosiciil Association at the Abiding I'laces of American Antiquity at Anderson. a ciEsmric picxic - Esi)riiif; Anferfllatlan Arfhllrrlnr lT lMi-r. and UlToimrkiBK Bf Un Track by Müht Systematic arclucological inwstigatKm by an organized body of billed observ rx is a sorvewhat new fesiture in the . 8cientifc annals of Indiana. Ati this, otwitkstandinj: the abundant material the täte affords for earnest work in the department of science. A large port ton of Indiana, from the banks of tlie Ohio norm throughout the entire extent of the AVabash. White and Whitewater valleys, is -dotted with remains of ancient works, repardinjr which history is silent, and whose origin and use can only be referred to race "Which hate left no otJer record than these enduring monuments in the solid earth. Much Iras been oeomplistied ki the study of these remains through the labors of enthusiastic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

THE, INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2.", 187G. TIIEKOXG OF A MI HIT. I From the Baltimore Gazette. With fac that wan weary and worn, Willi eyelids heavy and red. . Poor Morton Rat, with a look forlorn, And dolefully scratched his head. 'The bottles laid about. The returns were in the dirt. And in a voice twixt a howl and a shout 1 le suing thin song of a shirt : Flap! flap! flap! While even the boys do scoff. And tell meto wash the Moody shirt. And take the old thin off. It' oh! for a fight in the South, With bucketsful of gore! I low I eould flourish the slilrt again, And renew its stains once more! "Work! work! work! Tiil the brain begin to nwlm ; I've worked upon that Moody shirt Till jny eye are heavy and dim. Seitiii, and gusset, and band I've steejted them all in gore. And Hi- bloodierthat I made that shirt. Tlx; I lootderg Jeered the more. I stum.ed the state all through The bioody-shlrt to wave: Hut all my toll and great ado Could not the "grandson" save....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 October 1876

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 25, 187G. 8 CHEAPEST IN AMEBICA. OUR MONTHLY, A LITERARY, FASHION VAMILTT MAGAZINS! FOR THE PEOPLE. A PAIR OF E1E5ANT OIL FI&TÜRES To Iherj' Subscriber. SUBSCRIPTION : With Premium, 75 (V:; without Premium only 50 CEXTS A TEAR! WW Extrnorrtiaary Inducements to Arreti?. Twentv-rtve Cet jsiid for every NEW SUBfcCRIBER, ; FiKfT Piikmttm: A Ldys OrM Hnntlng Case atch,cVing S100, to the )erson fending In the l:ire"Kt list of liuiaes, with the tuom y, during 176. Second l'iionrM: A magnificent original Oll Painting, elegantly framed, etc. Preslnins for Ereryteiy. ö-Send for SPECIMEN COPIES (free) and examine the terms to Agents, ete. !. S. AYKES A CO., Publishers, INDIANA rOUS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MONEY AXI TIIE MARKETS. OrriCB or thr Indianapolis Sevtinki. Tcesiv-T Evening, Oct. 21, 1876. The local money market Is reported close. ' The demand or.loans anil discounts Is in excess of the rerwrces of tlie banks, which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

Site 7 VOL. XXVI, NO 11. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOHNING XOYELBEH 1, 187. WHOLE NO. 1870. 1 I. i V LEGAL. SALE FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT. By virtue of a certain precept to m directed by ilf mayor of the city of Indianapolis, In- ; tiiHii-t. ana duly attested oy tn. cutk or said cifr, under the corporate .soul of said city, 1 will on SATURDAY, November 1. 17-. at public auction at the City Court Room, N'!tru the hour of lt o'clock a. m. Hint i o'el-k p. M. f Mild day, tlio following de wri'--.! lot ori-arcclof land, or so much thereof it may lie ins-e ssary to satisfy the kiiiii lief-tn-anvr named as assessed against Mich premises i Or -ir- t improvement, and all costs, to-wit : I It No. eleven till In Ryan it Frank's sulxli-vi-ion of out lot No. one hundred n:il eight j tc. in the city of Indianapolis, Marion county, Indiana, ownul oy Llzzettrt eriie, against which is ass-vonl the sum of thirty-live dollars and twenty-one. rents for street improvement in favor of George Win. seilcrt, c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER I 187G. WKDWISDAY, NOVKMRKR 1. NATIONAL riXANCLT AND Til E RADICAL PARTY. . The Radical party, since the commencfment of the presidential cainxtign, have rerted to every mean ami infamodV device to deceive the people, anil if possible ohtain a new lea1 of power. At no time since the nominations were made hae the organs, speakers and manipulators f the Radical campaign machinery shown a disposition to meet the real issues involved. On the contrary, as lies have len nailed, frand.s exposed and Slanders squelched, they have concocted and published others, if possible, more infamous, and held -on to them with devilish tenacity, and have abandoned them only, when the people, wein;? the atrocity of their plans and purjoses, have indicated to them hat lie, though well stuck to,' are not as potential as truth, that slander are not relished by honest men (nor .accepted as arguments by intelligent partisans. If the frauds committed by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOllNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1S7G. o o For tbe bentlneL Airrrxx. BY LEE O. JIAKKH. T1i glowing rammer spread her wings, And southward with the robins flew. A thousand sweet familiar thing.. That loved her presence, vanished too. The blackbird nang their parting strain, And sailed away across the wood. And echo, listening long In vain. Sunk voiceless in the solitude. The summer winds, from field and wold. Fled down the glens with many a sigh. And summer's sheen of molten gold Rolled southward down the pal inn ky. ; And now brown antumn hurries pjist ;' Above the wood her garments trail. And shadows from her wings are cast In dusky tones along the vale. Sh -pre lull a thousand brilliant dyes To Hush the landscape far and near, And glancing backward as she flies. With glory frowns the dying year. Kiie weeps across the yellowing fields; Sin; paints the wooded hills with brown; Tlie elms their leafy offerings yield ; . Th nut trees fling tltelr tributes dow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

THE INDIANA STATE. SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY 'MORNING-,- NOVEMBER 1, 1&T0. tr"c"fcttt WEDXKSDAY, XoYEMliEK 1. 1'. S (irant, in his Thanksgiving proclamation, wants the people to thank God for civil and religious liberty" enjoyed in the United States, and this, while he has about 4.(m) bayonets in the heart of South Carolina. ' The IVmix nitlc party D a parly of negation. It simplv proposes to reverse and undo uluit the Republican party has dune-Journal. Yes, it will reverse the plunder business anl undo a good many Radical thieves if they do not pet out of the country. The Journal is confident that 3,0 illoyal votes were cast for Governor "Williams at the late election. It is seldom that the Journal's mill grinds out a falsehood of Mich moderate dimensions. It i.i barely possible that the tiling is choked. A vote for Tilden Is a- declaration that the North wan wninxiurin? the war and that the SontH ought to and shitU control the governnicNt. Journal. Ami more too; a vote for T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

II TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEEBER 1, 187G. 3 i - THE NEXT PKKSIDEXT. Sentiment of tlie Ilepnbl lean and Iiitie . pcndfnlPrMn. An admirable, man for public office. X. Y. Kvenins Post (Rep.) Personally he is honest enough. N. Y. Conruercial Advertiser (Rep.) Mr. ri'irn has fairly earned this favor of Lis party. Syracuse Journal (Kep.) Samuel J. Tilden we believe to be a thoroughly honest man. N. Y. Journal of Commerce (Re p.) In public and private life, as a Democrat ami as u citi.ren, his record challenges s:rutiny. . Y. Mail (Ind.) We have nothing to say against Tilden as a man. an exemplary citizen and a Democrat. Ix kport Journal (Rep. ) No one will deny his em'r ent respectability, or venture to cast any doubts upon his integryy. l.rooklyn Union (Rep.) Mr. Tilden is a gentleman of culture and refinement. His has been a busy life, itful, if not great. Utica Herald ( Kep.) We have respect for Mr. Tilden. We utter nothing in disparagement of bis chars' i r ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 November 1876

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, XOraiBEß 1, 187G. 6 . for vxn.iv. Trnst. Courage nnd patience! dear heart, lw strong. J'ortho future which strctcheth drear una lou 3 Doth blossom at kit la thank.sgi vliij Atta song! In the starless night and the tearful rain Iz-apcth lh grass and springeth the grain; "Neath shadowed skies souls grow amain. And. thankful for sun, and grateful for dew Whrn the harvest is gold and tlie work. U through W may bit- llltu l-ss for Joy Ihau rue. In the unioious dawn that men call death. Scanning thf vears wltli lated breath We shall learn how the Ixrd remem:ercth; And know, at lat, how tender ami sweet Is the love that guardcth our Iwllf-M leet. That mouMeth our warped souln filr and complete : 9 That Iom I ever the wed of gain : That pleasure enfold it meel of pain ; That pntvers denied rise not in vain. MlKill.. The native Iiapti.t preachers of the Indian Territurv have soni very unevamjelical names, "brother J. Williams is Tri-a-ma-hileby...

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