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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 June 1877

(!hc INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1877. NO. 10. VOL. . VI. THE ARIZONA. SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY The Sentinei'PublisliiDg Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor and General Business Agent. Subscription. One Year 5 00 8ix Months 3 00 Single Copies Advertising One iqua?e, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent inser tion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced 'rates . A square consists of ten lines of this siEe tjpe. Jeb Primmer. Legal Blanks , Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Beads.Circulars, Labels, Cards, Prograin saet.etc, printed in;cvery style, with neat nets and dispatch. ftiuirency taken at-pak when pa) ments are made in advance. THE COLORADO. COMMERCIAL. AND Land. Company. SAMUEL PUJRDY, Jr., -Superintendent und Agent OFFICE Cornerof Main street und ones' ATenue. Residence Yuma, A. mob 2d-tt. J. SAMTEK, CHEAP CASH STOKE! Mam Stfcat,, Yuma,. Arizona . Dealer in ' - General Mrchandise. KEEPS on hand and is receiving with Every...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 June 1877

SATURDAY, f ; ? : JUNE 16 Cat and Dried. Today the Yavapai Democracy is to stalk forth in all its import ance and select the men who frant to name its candidates, con trol its action and lead it by the nose as they list. A number of hard-headed, shrewd and intelli gent men from the mining camps and farming districts of Yavapai County will meet at Prescott as delegates to the County Conven tion. They go 'in good faith, in tending to help organize the party; but they are men of ac tion and industry; they will find tnemseives m company witn a minority pf . men of speech and leisure; unaccustomed to ad dressing audiences, they will hes itate to express tneir views or preferences. Some politician Will call "tlie meeting to order, state its object, and move that John Doe be elected chairman. Most of the delegates will con sider John' Doe a bummer, but, disliking to "speak out in meetin'," will keep quiet and let the ayes have it ; a secretary will be elected the same way. John Doe will na...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 June 1877

SATURDAY, : ; : : : JUNE 16 LOCAL III ATT BUS. Go .to the Philadelphia Lager Beer Depot for an ice cold glass of beer. Babbit Metal fob Sale. Old type at SEirriXEL office. A new stable is being built by the rail road carpenters next to- Overman's house. Dok't forget the sale of furniture at 'Major Maynadier's house, on Thursday, June 2Sth. - -' Giuliani & Bekxaud have added a new department to their business; See their advertisement. . : Barley must be plenty and cheap at Florence. Collingwood" advertises to sell it in any quantity. ' 11.1 tr j r n A gooo quartz-lead ner Gila City is claimed by Dr. DeCorse and S.'Purdy, Jr. New thing and spoken- of as big. Lieut. Anderson, Sixth Cavalryj has this week been inspecting a' lot' of old traps at the fort ; clothing, equipage &c., reported unserviceable. New telegraph office at prescott, on the plaza. P. Kearny is operator. " Good man. No more genteel Auston or high toned Ochua. ' " Cot Shot. An Indian was shot through leg Thursda...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 16 June 1877

The Sentinel, 8ATURDAY : June 16 Greenwood. This town in Mohnve County has in and around it some 400 people. It is pleasantly situated on the Big Sandy. The climate is excellent, and it is the very heart of a rich mineral and graz ing country. Along the river are many ranches, which will always supply it with the best of fruit and vegetables; and there is plenty of land and water for many more farms along the val ley. Tom D'Spain showed this season a field of as fine grain as ever grew. Clark's ranch has grown to perfection all the many crops .and fruits that have been tried upon it. A tobacco plant now stands there which has lived through the winter and has grown almost into a tree little frost there. Choice meats, butter a:d vegetaoies are among the luxu ries constantly enjoyed bv this mining town. It lies on the main route-of travel through JMohave County. The country dependent on it now supports many large herds of cattle and sheep, and has room for thousands more. No stranger c...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 June 1877

citliitrl. '4 ' i NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. INDEPRNDENT IN ALL THINGS YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1877. NO. U. VOL, VI. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY ATURDAY, "BT lie Sentinel Publishing Co. lSORaE"TYHQ. -Editor-"tad General laiineii Agent. SntrrlptIoH. ,.5 00 3 00 .. 12 One year Six months Sinffle'copies... 'A Jvertlaiaf. One inch, each insertion 25 1 25 . Contracts Dy the year or quarter at re- nfwti. eleven .olid: lines-of th'is type (minion). jmh Prisma. - . T5fc rcui.Wp.adg. Letter F""T.m; Cards. Pro- SATtaery style, Kith lieaiUCttB aim wy-' g-Currency taken a par. THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL LAND COMPANY - ' --SAMUEL PUBDY.Jr., Superintendent and Agent. .Orrica isdJ Residence Yuma, A. T. J. SAMTER, 31113 AP CASH STOKE! JUtaikW. - Y. Arizona " - ' Dea!r i general JKercfca" j jr y.yipg VnH'mn?M ree'vir)7 .Assortment ny General JH CM A WD IS J?. r WHICH I WILL 8ELL AT THF RICE. "MYMOTTO is r: - "Sffiilt Profits and QUICK SALES! janlOtf "NEW. SALOON. I- -would respectfully notify...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 June 1877

SATURDAY ::::::::::: JUKE 28 Hear Them Squeak. The Star man scolds the Sen- tinel for wanting the Military Telegraph Line between here and San Diego taken down and re erected between here and Mo have County. He saya: That Mohave County should have tel egraphic communicalion no one perhaps will deny." Perhaps!! He says the Sentinel 'advocaf es monopoly." Mohave County must have telegraphic commu nication. The United States has a telegraph line that is now use less. The moment it is torn down the Western Union Tele graph Company will compete for Arizona business by building a line in its place, and there will be no monopoly. That line was built by soldiers' labor and army transportation. Its cost upon the Government books is only repre sented by the bare co3t of mate rial. At this price the. Western Union Company wants to buy it. arid the Star has cheek enough tr advocate such a thieving purchase by that monopoly. There are no appropriations for buying and building a new line to Mohav...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 June 1877

Ski pm Sfttri- ' and if tic boys can hold their ores a -Kir HATURDAY JUNE 23 LOCAL BI ATTKBSf. Longest days of the year. Good row boat for sale at the post office BiPBiT Mbtal for She. Old type at 8xtikxl office. Go to the Philadelphia Lager Beer Depot for an ice cold glass of beer. 8t John's Day to-morrow, of Printers and Free Masons. Patron Saint TJnV foriret the sale of "'furniture at SCajor Maynadier'a .house on Thursday, Jane 8th. . . . Giuliixi A Berkabd have added a new department -to -their -business. Sec their advertisement. Child run over last Saturday afternoon by a buegy.corner Main and Second streets ; not seriously injured. Th building' formerly occupied by the 8hxtixl is being fitted up by-Sisson & "Wallace as a store. Alt. tha cxnp.rta who come here rro. nounce the soil and climate of Yuma, wee- a11 n Tet be wel1 unequaled for oranjre3. Ti t few trees that h ve bean planted h ivc all thrived well The market for the fruit is a greedy one. San Francisco alone, afte...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 June 1877

TheSeiinel. SATURDAY : : : : : JUOTS The Tynga. The Sentinel's consistent piety, its earnest efforts to reform the immoral press of Arizona (Star, Enterprise, etc.), unci its eng deavors fo snatch the Democratic "organizers," as a "brand from the burning" have excited some remark. Its editor belongs to that kind of a crowd. "Burleigh" writes to tho Boston Journal from New York: "Dr. Tyng, Sr., is probably on his death bed. He has never outgrown his Congre gational Uasning. The "Church" has always been with him a mat ter of taste, and not of Divine authority. He has never ignored the ministry of other churches. When he came to Now York hp succeeded Dr. Jiilnor, one of the broadest of Church men. Dr. Tyng has won no converts to his liberalism in the Church. Danom inationalism is much more rigidly enforced than it was when .Mr. Tyng came to this city. Out side of the Tyngs.the Low Church man would have been pronounced High 25 years ago. Like most of the older clergymen of New York Dr. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 June 1877

CSX She INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ' VOL VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1877. NO. ft THE ARIZONA SEN TINE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, DT I he Sentinel Publishing Co. BiSfJRGE TYNG. Editor and - General Business Agent. Subscription. One year.-. Six months Single copies .$5 00 . 3 00 . 12 Advertising. One inch, each insertion $2 50 Jacc subsequent insertion. j. Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. An inch is eleven solid lines of this type (minion). iob Printing. Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Head, -Letter Heads. Circulars, labals, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed ia every 'style, with neatness ana aispaicu. . JSPCurrency taken at par. THE -COLORADO COMMERCIAL A fl O " LAN D COMPANY- .-SAMUEL 2UEDY, Jr., Superintendent and Agent. Ornc'B and ' Residence Yuma, A. T. mch28-tf' J. SAMTEK, CHEAP CASH STOKE! ij.iti fctrtet, Yuma, Arizona Dealer in ttcncral .Merchandise. KEEPS on hnnd nnd i reofivlng vrith Every Train a full nnd complete Assortment or Ge7i...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 June 1877

SATURDAY : : i : : I i : t : JUNE 30 flpro niooaLeia Ink The gfmy In Arizona under Kautzj has been too busy writing for tljfl newspapers to do much fighting. In Stoneman's time iHe Hualpais were thrashed so se verely, that Crook had little diffi culty in completing their conquest ndin enlisting them to subdue the Apache Mohaves. The "Bloody 14th, With all its irregu laris, did some desperate, glori ous fighting against the Pinaleno and Coyotero Apaches. Winters, Bernard, and immortal Cushing, took alternate victories and de feats from Cachise and bis Chiri cabui Indians. Cushing died like a hero, covering the retreat of his command from an overwhelming force.- Stoneman had no way of feeding captured Indians and was compelled to turn loose his pris oners of war at the risk of their renewing depredations. Then came Grook, and taught the army here two great lessons, which their feebler brains have only half learned and the worst half at that. To secure effective sol diers, he made alli...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 June 1877

JUNE 30 LOCAL MATTERS. Babbit Metal ron Sale. Old type at 'Sentinel office. The Gila sails to-day for Ehrenbcrg at 10 o'clock. A new floor is being laid in Martin's 'drug and book store. 8enator Jones' brother and his physi cian have taken the Keen house, nest, "the church, for the summer. The U. S. Quaarterm aster's depot at "Yuma is soon to be broken up and aban doned. That is the rumor now. Fresh Cheese, from the celebrated dalry of Steele Bros., at Monteverde & Gandolfo's. Fob Sale. Being about to visit Europe and close up my business in Yuma, I offer for sale my entire stock, of goods at less than cost price, with lease of building. A. Lorettb. 4th of July fire- TForki- and rockets "at-" Monteverde and "Gandolfo's. Van Vleit says that Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express business here is steadily in creasing," particularly with the interior, -with which more business is now done "than with California. A new town has sprung up around the Silver King mine. Saloons, stores and boa...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 June 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY : : : : : JUNE 30 Heat at Tama. The Santa Barbara Press says: "Last Sundav wppk ihn ther. mometpr sioodit 128 ut'.g&nset at Yuma." During eight summers passed in Arizcnal we have neVer seen the thermometer in the hottest part of the day mark higher than 114, and then it vagrsb excep tionally hot as to excite much comment among old residents. We have heard of 122 in the shade, But that was always at some military post; no citizen ever vouched for it. Right in Santa Barbara County the "new Italy" we have experienced':) degrees of heat in the shade. This was at Cuyama and San Emidio. For many years Arizona was an unknown land. People heard of it chiefly through the reports of army officers, who had been stationed out here, and who, to excite sympathy, and to with draw attention from their own worthlessness here, magnified their sufferings and hardships. A west Pointer would come out here and loaf all day in a cane bottom chair with the thermom eter at about 8...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 July 1877

INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY. JULY 7, 1877. NO. 13. TEE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY5 BT Ihe Sentinel Publishing Co. GEORGE TYNG, Editor and General Business Agent. Subscription. One vnar 85 Six months : 3 CO Single copies 13 Advertising One inch, each insertion 2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts Dy uie year or quarter at re duced rates. An. inch is eleven solid lines of this type (minion). jfob Printing. Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. g5f" Currency taken at par. THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL A LAND COMPANY' SAMUEL PUKDY, Jr., Superintendent and Agent. OrriCE and i Residence Yuma, A. T. mch 28-tf J. SA&1TER, CHEAP CASH STOKKI ijjlo ia Etrt, - Yuu:a, Arizona Dealer in General merchandise. " EEP8 on hand and U receiving with t. Every Train a full niid complete -Assortment OF Ge7icral MJEJl CJTA JrD IS ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 July 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY i : 1 : : : : : : : JULY 7 Ice.- -The ice business in Yuma has been very much mixed for the past month. A son of Milli ken, the ice man of Los Angeles, ..ame out here and furnished ice, with more or less irregularity, for a few weeks. Ostensibly he charged six cents per pound, but by delivering short weight he managed to get more. He made certain business connections here which his father repudiated. Young Milliken went off, without regard for creditors, and his fath er sent an agent out to continue the ice business here, as the de mand is large, customers careless about weights, and the business is profitable. The railroad supplies the town of Bakersfieldin Califor nia with ice brought by the car load from Truckee. It costs them next to nothing at Truckee, and they can furnish it cheaply at at Bakersfield, making fair profit and good freight out of it. The bu siness here is a good one, and holds out encouragement to any one who will engage in it under rai...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 July 1877

tea Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY ::::::::::: JULY 7 X.OO-AJC 3IATTEK9. The ice men take it cool. Brophy is nearly well enough to go for another stage left handed. The Colorado is falling rapidly. Fixest sunsets ever seen anj-wherc iri the world, at Yuma. The ranchmen and Indians are getting ready to put in their crops all along the valleys of the Colorado and Gila, Smitii still says that he has the finest beef in town. Eggs, butter and all kinds of vegetables cheap for cash, or good chili music. Dogs around town howl and bark till they are a terrible nuisance. Where is the town poisoner. Dave Meacham lit out the other day. Some of his friends would like to hcarfroin him. ' Babbit Metal for Salb. Old type at Sextinel office. Fresh Cheese, from the celebrated dairy of Steele Bros., at Montcvcrdc & Gandolfo's. For Sale. Being about to visit Europe and close up my business in Yuma, I offer for 6ale my entire stock of goods at less than" cost price, with lease of building- A. Lokette. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 July 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY : : : r : t JULY 7 Investigation is needed to fix responsibility somewhere. The Enterprise publishes the follow ing, and more, over the signature of a M. Daly. Whether an in vestigation vould result in hang ing Clum, sending "Brains" Sweeney to join Lieut, Fleming. or in getting Mr. Daly's ears slit for cold-blooded lying, our read ers can figure out for themselves Five miles onward we met the advance guard. About 20 worn out looking old squaws. Next ramfi rhp :nlnrprl Itovnlrv. while the Indians were strung out for 15 nines behind. . (JIum started from Warm Springs before the Indians, with his four-in-hand. and has not been seen by any of the party since. The procession terminated, with the celebrated scouts, with red bunds around their heads, and all reelinsrdrnnk. with riflesand ammunition. Those are the ten thousand dollar troops left to guard and remove the Warm rfurincr Indians. Thev raised the devil all alone- the road. They attempted to fright jn us by...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 July 1877

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. xaseaarmeaBacBcBCf , VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1877- NO. 14. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY Ihe Sentinel Publishing Co. GEORGE TYNG, Editor and General Business Agent. Subscription. One year 00 -8ix months w Single copies i-1 Advertising. One inch, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re- .duced rates. . An inch is eleven solid lines of this .type (minion). .j.ob Pxintinjr. Legal -Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, -with 'neatness and dispatch. "JSFCtfrrency taken at par. CHEAPEST AND BEST. ONE CAR LOAD of these world re nowned -wagons has just been received They -will be kept constantly on hand and Bold J CHEAP FOR CASH. -For information inquire at the stage of fice or atagc corral, or by mail of JOHN G. CAPRON, junSO-tf Yuma, A. T. ISA Q 2j-3rG2Kr5 , DEALER IX GENERAL MERCHAND...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 July 1877

Akizoa Sentinel. SATURDAY ::::::::::: JULY 14 Another One that the Foal-Killer Missed. The editor of tho San Luis Obis po Tribune has just returned from a trip to Arizona, and heads a two column article on this country: ' The Home of the Cactus ; a Land of Thorns and Leafless tihrubs; Rattlesnakes. Gilu Mon sters and Lizards ; Frogs that cry and Frogs that bleat." He only came as far as the Col orado river, saw nothing- but the San Diego desert, kept "biling " drunk all the time, got the jim jams, and now thiuks it smart to locate in Arizona all tbe pets his imagination saw issue from his loots. No wonder they have drouths in San. Luis, and their stock starves to death. Sodom and Gomorrah were punished, and if San LuiS-don't drive that old liar oat, Old Massa will burn hit up. Territorial Treasurer. Gov.HoythasappointedT.J. But ler Treasurer, vice P. R. Tully, ro signed. Butler was owner and editor of the Miner between the tenures of Marion and of Beach. He looks to be about eight f...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 July 1877

Arizona SentKel. 8ATURDAY : : : : : JULY 14 Pur, prisoners are boarded at 75 cents per day. Yuma county pays 50 cents icr Bay- qT A splendid gent's cameo Sbai Ring'; cost $45 price $18, at Uncle Harris', 702 Kearny Street, San Franciscd: 'mi ' ; Wool, keeps on coming in from the Interior. Fifty sacks "were shipped on Tuesday, besides smaller .lots during the week; - 4 : HAMitiM is the Turkish name for hot air baths and lias bfSri given to the mag nificent concern dti Dilpdnt st., in Sun Francisco. lilted or Meat: . Over in San Diego county, near Dos Palmas, a section man of the S:P. R. R:Co., Hied from the effects of heat It occurred last Tuesday: A Chinamak was drowned on "VYcdncs. 'day while bathing in the river near Colo rado Station. An undercurrent caught him and B'wept him beyond the reach of his 'companions. ,. : Mb- J. M. Redoxdo desires us to say that his market and beef interests were sdld to Mi". D. Neahr, and not to Mr. Smith as we Stated last Saturday, tas Ajo copper mi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 July 1877

t Akizotsta Sentinel. SATURDAY : : : JULY 14 - CACHISE. BY VT. S. OURT. Continued from the Star. Jn the evening of the same day a train of nine wagons, going east, arrived in the Pass and camp ed about two miles west of the stage station. Poor meu, they never dreamed of the cruel fate that was to overtake them an hour or so later. The owner of the train was a New Mexican,and it was on its way home with two Americans traveling with it to the Rio Grande, About dusk Cachise with his red devils stole upon these unsuspecting and unguard ed victims, and all that was left to tell the tale of horror was the smouldering ruins of the wagons and the charred bodies of the men, who had been chained to the wagon wheels before setting the train onfiresave that the Indians had carried away the two Amer icans, and reserved them for a worse fate than that of their poor companions. Just after these scenes of blood which have occur ed in such quick succession, let us ascend by the road, in our mind's e...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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