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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 November 1878

1—;r. ■ T ,/Jil -ffir n . .—■— i It having been wldsly sdvsrtised under tbe caption of '•America Abend in Spool Cotfon," That the Jury on Cotton Textile*, Yarrs and Threads, at the Paris Exposition, decreed a Gold Medal and Grand Prize to the Willimantic Linen Company for "Spool Cotton especially adapted for u«e on tewing machines," over all the ureal thread manufactuies of the world, we owe it as a duty to the public and to Messrs. J. & P. Coats to announce that No Grand Prizes were Decreed at Paris tor Spool Cotton. We are advised by cable of the follow- ing award* : J. & P. COATS, GOLD MEOAl. Willlmantlo Linen Co., Silver Medal. and we claim lor the winners ot the first prize that, as they have established in Rhode Island the largest SpooJ Cotton Mills in the United States, where their Spool Cotton is manufactured through every process, from the raw cotton to the finished spool, AMERICA, as represent- ed bvf Messrs I. & P. COATS, is still AHEAD IN SPOOL COTTON. Auchin...

Publication Title: Denison Daily News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 21 November 1878

'"'-j .'- i % he BaUu Rictus. DENIBON^ THURSDAY.. NOV. at, tfiyS. A complete assortment of fancy crackers hi C. R. Euper's. 17 31 Lidies' sandal slippeis just ct>me in at Sherburne's. 17 tf The Houston State i.iir opened yesterday. Tlie best five cent cigar at Cook's Lunch Stand. i^tf Mr. Hanna, a new comer from Il- linois, is putting up a resindnce in the noith part of the city. Twenty-two carloads of cotton were shipped to Chicago, Wednes- day. We understand that a movement is on foot to have Mr. S. F. Richards appointed special night watchman. The best five cent cigar at Cook's Lunch Stand. 19 f Messrs. Loving mid Lankford have filed new bonds and qualified for thi discharge of their official duties by virtue of their recent re-election. Rev. Daugherty writes that the conference has not yet decided his case. There is some probability that Mr. Daugherty will go to San Antonio. Ex-policeman Burch was circulat- ing a petition yesterday, asking to be appointed night watchman. Fix ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 November 1878

■N t l- •V^-f * 1 !• ii - *• : *' "'■■ [* * L S it ■V I < •a, * III J If flgmsgfa • ■ -■! JJ-'-L!." ggJO..-JL~-^~-'3** :Xl'tt>S. Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Friday Morning. November 22, 1878. No. 234, On Account of the backwardness of the season and dull time* I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit thut ever a Dry Goods man could sell good* ft r. and I would like to draw the attention of all our l.ady and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, that they will have this chance only for The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 anil 5 t-3 cents per yard. New styles of worsted dress goods that arc woith 25 and 30 cents, you can buy now at M binder's tor 16 t-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 November 1878

*=Mr*-asr-r <V p ,^v ' sa= CUTS. l>KMSON. FRID \Y NOV. 22, if?*. A dispatch from T\ler suya the safes in which the rt c >r<Js anl pa- pers < f the U. S. Court were kept c SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER TJH.ES HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. Royal Champagne. Berivn ceneml nif f ir twenty venrs, Ever* where pr ved the most safe. simple, m Iteil down in the lire Suiuliy | economical and efficient medicines Known. They are ju-t what the people morning: like lead. Thomas II. Powers, of the diug manufacturing house of Powers <Si Weightm.in, Philadelphia, died Wednesday morning. lie was one of the wealthiest men in the city, leaving propeity estimated at ten millions, and Was well known in drug circles in th s State. We copied an aiticle f om the Sherman Cornier the other day which conceded that Galveston coun- ty cast a largtr vote than Grayson, 'l he official returns show this was an error. Grayson cast the largest t tal vote, and the largest Democatic vote of any cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 November 1878

I k- "i WM'W - <"f * *> ' •v- v A-fa, J m ^ «> V WU A- * VJ > * <r"r *■ Ai, f • T , -' i1-*-* ][ . 4*4 i> *• -. *«v '**« It having been widely advertised under the caption of ''America Ahead in Spool Cotlon," That the Jury on Cotton Textile*, Yurrs and Threads, at the Paris Exposition, decreed a Gold Medal and Grand Prize to the Willimantic Linen Company for "Spool Cotton especially adapted for u*e on tewi"p machines," over all the ure:it thread manufactuie* of the world, we owe it a* u dutv to the public and to Messrs f. & P. Coats to announce that No Onunl Prizes were Decreed at Paris tor Spool Cotton. We are advised by cable of the follow- ing awards : J. & P. COATS, GOLD MEDAI. Wlllimantlo Linen Co., Silver Medal. nnd we claim for the winner* ot the lirM prize that, as they have estiiblished in Rhode Island the largest Spool Cotton Mills in the United States, where their Spool Cotton is manufactured through every process, from the raw cotton to the fini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 22 November 1878

r JfW *r The Ilivily Slews. UKNI80N, ~ FRIDAY NOV. 21. 1878. Lidiea' sandal slippe.s just coin; in at Sherburne's, 17 if Resd (he advertisement of the Lin- gards in another column. Fire pvont chimneys of nil sizes at lianua's Drug Store. 22 iw Three carloads of cattle were ship- ped to C^iteajjo Thursday. You can snve fifty per cent, by buying your stoves of McCarthy. t 22 31. Twenty-seven cat loads of cotton Were shipped north Thursday. For bi lk perfumes of all odors, go to Banna's Drug Stoie. 22 iw The liial of the suit instituted by L. G. Cairns against George 13. Lov- ing in Judge Riddle's Court, has bten postponed until January. M. Goldsoll & Co. have intro 'need the celebrated Julius Kins; ennbina tion spectacles and eyeglasses. The "tramp" died, and postmor- tem examination sh >ws that deceas- ed came to his death by an « \er<lo6e of ossious metaearpi poUicis. The administrator is still at large, but no reward is "offered f ,r him. The Mesilla Ind.pendent (N. M.) s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 November 1878

I ht Vol. VI. Denison, Texas, Saturday Morning. November 23, 1878. No. 2 35. .V,v V w2 <4l 1 On account of the backwardness of the teuton and dull time* I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 clays ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could >ell poods ft r. and I would like to draw the attention of all our l.rnly and Gentle- men friends and the public in general, I that they will have this chance only f.-r The Next 33 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at vi. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-3 cents per yard . New styles of worsted dress troods tint arc worth 25 and 30 cunts. v >ii v.a i bi v now at M dinger's tor 16 12 to la cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 2,s. 30. 40 and 50 cent*, *nu can now buy at M. Singer's for 2a, ^5, 30 and 40 ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 November 1878

■ p :■ . "' V; 111 tl-l- "* iT i«,iar«^ .T" V ■ a fhc Unity Hews. DENISON. SATURDAY NOV. 23. 1878 Mr. Dagyett, ihc Independent candidate for Congress, came very near carrying Cooke county. 11c got thirty-four votes and Wellborn 274s- The eyent of the season in Dallas was the marriage, Thtirsdajf evening, of Mr. Zac Tolliver and Mrs. Annie 11. I^Lainey. Rev. A. P. Smith, of the Pusbyteiian church, officiated at the altar. c SPECIAL LOCALS. THE MILD POWER TJ B. E HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS JS iiaaiiJiLiiauaij Furniture. Hotel* and Restaurant*. F.^BDRWK. ALAMO HOTEL, The mint at New Orleans wi 1 commence coining silver dollars on the 15th ol December. The capac- ity ot the mint is a million dollars a month. When it guts in operation the value cf Mexican itollars will go ud. William E. Chandler, of New Hampshire, who was one of Oiaine's principle abetters at the Cincinnati convention in 1S76, has created sur- prise by advocating Conkliog instead of BU.ine for tlie next Presidentia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 November 1878

■^■■:y ■ ' • • ;■ x *"/- ■ ' •■■• " -:r .;;■'- ■" mmmmm ;■■><■ ; $p/ + ' V A' 9 49 ii y i. T * w% . t f • ' . '■ * •' .. i * ~z « Royal Champagne. (EXTRA DRY.) d. nicholson, agent, st. louis. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON Win I ANY I Mi AN I) OF NATIVE M1ARKI.ING WINK. SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. ii,8tf* S?. NICHOLAS, Soribnor's Illustrated Magazine For Giris and Boys. Ail Ideal Children's Magazine. ^MITH & JOIINSON. ^ . I;*; .. Dentistry. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. vuus ^literature, art & song Acknowledged 'lie liches j rarest and band-omi'Sl book ev<r issued from the Amerlc n press combining p ictry, his- tones, biographies, essius. anecdote*, music nud e g livings. Magnificently illustrated, with over 400 engravings. A beautiful steel engraving presented gratis to each subscriber. 'I hi- work should be in every home cire'e. AGKN I'S—This book will have a rapid and continued mile. Kx'ra inducement* to competent agen's. Write at ouce Cor trims and ter- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 23 November 1878

grhe jDaili) Hews. 1>KNIS0N^ SATURDAY NOV. 13, 1S7S. Fire proof chimneys of all sizes at Hanna's Drug Store. 2.2 iw Twenty-five cailo.nl-> of'cotton and two carloads of cattle were shipped toCiiicagi, Friday, per M., K. & T. Maple sugar syrup and buckwheat just icceiveu at Wood & Cn.'s. 11 10 tf. Nine car loads of r.ail. for the Den- ison & Pacific art on the road, and are expected to arrive to-day. The Hon. J. \V. Throckmorton will leave Wednesday for Washing- ton City. John T. Berry, a well known live stork dealer, died in St. Louis Sun- day night of typhoid fever. Guiteau & Waldron have a full stock of drills and patent medicines —pure and fresh. 3tf You can save fifty per cent, by buying your stoves of McCarthy. 22 31. J. E. Strecper has nvide arrange* ments by which he will be supplied daily with fresh oysters and Galves- ton fish. j Wood & Co. have received *ome very choice syrup, winch is the pure ; drippings of Louisianua sujj • Those who like a gen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

imnaMMH « ' I <" «► I - V f'T 1 <y-f [ ■' > Vol. VI. iailg Pettis. Denison, 1 exas, Sunday Morning. November 24,1878. No. 236. NOLAN HALL.! bureau UP uurglaus THE Comedy Event. On account of the bi ckwardnej of the SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th •eaton and dull timet Appearance of the inimitable comedian I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 31 day* ONLY, the following extraordinary inducement!: I will sell all Staple MR. JOHN DILLON, Supported bv Miss LOUISE DILLON, And the famous Goods for net cost Wallaok Combination, and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This in undoubtedly the mntle*t piofit that ever a Dry Good* man could fell goods fi r. and I would like t> draw the Httention of all our J.ndy and Gentle- men friends nn'l the public in general,' tlmt they will have tin* chunce only f.^r The Next 30 flays. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark tall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at VI. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-3 cents per yard . New styles of worsted dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

M IF §attg ftnvs DEN1HON. SUNDAY MORNING. GENERAL BREVITIES. Victoria's birthday is as heartily pb- j JIUHTHAXKSUlVISft 1>^Y. | served in this colony as in England it-! — self, and there are thoae who hope it My grandpapa livoa in the country; will prove the nucleus for as much En- if your's doesn't, 1 am afraid you don't '• gllsh country-gentleman stock as flock-' havo much fun on Thanksgiving Day, 1 od there two centuries ago. A (!kuman paper publishes statistics which show a vast augmentation of crime in Germany within the last eight years. In Prussia alone the convictions have risen from 0,403 in 1871 to 12,807 in 1878. Assassinations, maimings, vi- olence to womon, forgeries and fraudu- lent bankruptcies have all greatly in- cased. This is ascribed to the more very soon, 1 can tell you. 1 the poor sick widow's I kept a tight hold of my jelly, though I had been went to way, and T had i farther. oourse he could tumbler tempted of to tion which have prevailed since the French i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

(The iliiilit jilru'Q. D EN1H O . SUNDAY MORNING. v N If 4 ml. J v > HERE AND THERE. An enterprising young man in Iowa helped his wife, while courting her, to cut rags enough to make 60 yards of carpet to start housekeeping on. Miss Mattie Marshall, of Madi- son, Ind., puts her gun on her shoulder and tramps about through the country for game—just like any other hunter. The ladies of Japan are said to gild their teeth, and those of the East Indies to paint them red, while in Cjuzert the test of beauty is to render them black. The Duke of Sutherland is the only one in England who can boast that ho has a railway, an exclusive railway car and a set of high-class fire engines. Bridesmaids are going out of style. Fashion In France now prescribes two tiny pages, who are chosen from the prettiest of the boy relatives of the bride or bridegroom. Tar and feathers have been used very freely in Reno, Cal., five offenders hav- ing been coated within a few months. The latest of these outrages...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

JThe JPaily Tlcuts. l)EMSO.\. SUNDVY NOV. 24. ^7?- The To nor of Hayes' Forthcoming Message. A Washington dispatch from a Republican source stales that the President is busily engayeil in pre- paring his annual message, having recei\ed from the different members of his Cabinet abstracts of their re- ports. The principal features will be the developement of our Foreign commerse, the Southern policy, the Currency question, and the peaceful settlement 01 the Fishery dispute, lie will also touch upon a number of minor questions. On the South- ern question he will dwill at great length) to show that his course* was well considered and the only practi- cal "solution of the Southern question in the attitude that he found it when he assumed the Presidency. He will not admit that his iff uts have been a failure in results, though those re- sults may yet be withheld He demoustiates that the future of the S uth is now whollv in the hands of the Southern people themselves, con fronted not by a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

f % — > ' r Royal Champagne. (UYTPl T\TJ'V \ * ♦ "Tl* « >V f o ♦ ✓~U" 4> ■;H, > -V iOt'l* D. NICHOLSON, ASkNT, ST. LOUIS. THIS WINE CHALLENGES COM- PARISON Willi A NY BRAN! > OF NATIVE feBARKUNG WINE SOLD BY J. B. McDOUG ALL , DENISON, TEXAS. it.Stf* Scribner's Illustrated Magazine For Girls and Boys. An Idonl Children's Magazine. Messrs Scrihner & C'> . in 1873, began the publication of St Nicholas, an illus trated magnzine for girls .'11111 hoys, wi'h Mrs. Mar) Ma pes Dodne editor, Five years have passed sine thetrst number was issued, and the magnzine hsu won the highest position. It has a monthly circulation of OVER 50,000 COPIES. It is published simultaneously in Lon- don and New Yoik. and the tnins-Atlan tic recognition is almost as general ami htartv a- the Amelic in. Although the progress of the tnagizinf has been a steady advance, it has not reached it- ed itor's ideas of be-t, became her ideal con- tinually outruns it, and the magazine a* c.wiltlv fol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

I I i Traii.slatiunN from Heine, "Jell, ire nn i 7/ harder Schemel tcrxtr*." ( The Head apeak*.) OU, wmio 1 but the footstool vtUcre The toot of my tleiir lutVy rest; Press how slio might* 1 nlioulil not care, TUo very rain would mako bJoHtl (The Heart speaks,) Oh, were I but the cushion, where She HtiekH her i>tu« and neocUea in; IMck how they might, 1 should not care; Each prick a smile should only win! (The Sony speaks.) O, were I hut the paper roll, Prom which her papittotet h© takes; I'd whisper to her how my soul For her, her only lives and aches! The Latly of Cawtelnore. Bretagne had not her peer. In tho province tar or near, There were never such bx'Own tresses, such a faultiest) hand; Sho had youth and she had gold, alio had jewels all untold, And manv a lover bold wooed tho lady of the land. But she, with quoenllest grace, bent low her pallid face, And " Woo lue not, for Jesus' sake, lair gen- tlemen I" she said, If they wooed, tlien with a frown sho would strlUo their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

i > r fl 4 -.A- * / > | f?> •> w- PIANOS 91 as to #IOO Factory kiuict'B- lilgliutft huauja- MHtlnwhuk1'# . walefor fillet uprltfhui In wf! ?,y°r 1^00 in uao—nwilftrly-lncoipointed mason & hamlin cabinet organs Ijfiiumtlratfil bett by HIOHKST HONORS AT AIX WORLD'S EXPOSITIONS KOK TWELVE Y'FAllS; vl : atl'ahis, 1H07; Viknna, IM7II; Santiaiio, 1875; Phila. dki.phia, 1H7I); PAKI8, 1H7S, Unci <1 !IA M> SU KMHH (ioi.n M KiiAL,. lH7y. Only Amsncau Organs ever awaideq nUrtioMt honors at any such. .Sold for cash or Install* menu. Illustrated Catalogue ftnd rirculars wltii new •''l™ ana prices, sent free. mason «i HAMLIN oh- (JAN CO., Boston, New York or Chicago. P AGENTS WANTED FOB THE IGTCRIAL !•" history OP tiu: world It contains «7 fln < historical enpri avlntfw and 1£<>0 laruo (louljlr -coiunin jia^s, and is the most complete History of the World ever published* It sells at. surlit. Bend for specimen pages and extia terms to Agents, ami Bee why It sells fas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 24 November 1878

Pfp? — uhj Slews. fflmW* 8USDAY UBNIHONt ..NV()V. 44. t8J8. M Wm'f ■asste 'ft* IS P C Fife proof chimneys of all sizes at Hanna'* Drug Store* 22 iw Twenty-five cars ot cotton were •hipped to Chicago Saturday. Morning and even ing services at the Episcopal church. Just received, imported ale ami porter, at Brenner's. Z-ftf A tripple wedding took place on Thuisday evening at Bellplain. - — —— Nat a solitary person appeared on the mourner's bench in the Mayor's Cuurt Saturday morning. The finest and largest display of cooking and heating stoves at Mc- Caithy's. 22 3c A gentleman from Sherman in- forms the News that Mrs. McKinney cannot possibly recover. Pure old Jamaica rum, Scotch whiskey and Holland gin, at I3r li- ner's. 24 tf. A rehearsal of the Vorwaerts Or- chestra for the concert to be given in December will take place at Nolan Iiall at 7 o'clock this evening. A complete stock of smoking and plug tobaccos, which will be sold at bottom prices, at Brenuei's. 34 it A probable new f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 November 1878

a ft <. 4 4 t ' . fl ^ii ij 4 * .W ■ - rni&fflww-iy ■!'■• «Mi «4fc*Vv, • : r -5*. *Yn ■ m S| f,V 7 1 .' :'l'y. ■ '' r*'T^ . iXrtns. ^•U * V-A-2S Vol. VI. No Humbug On account of the backwardness of the season and dull times I AM COMPELLED to offer for the next 30 days ONLY, the following extraordinary inducements: I will sell all Staple Goods for net cost and all Other Goods on 5 per Cent Margin. This is undoubtedly the smallest piofit that ever a Dry Goods man could fell goods for, and I would like to draw the attention of all our I„ady and Gentle- men friends^ and the public in general, that they will have this chance only for y ■ * The Next 30 Days. Make use of the opportunity. Beautiful dark fall prints which are worth 6 cents, you can buy at M. Singer's for 5 and 5 1-2 cents per yard. New styles of worsted dress goods that arc worth 25 and 30 cents, vou can buy now at M. Singer's tor 16 t-2 to 20 cts per yard. All shades of flannels which are worth from 25, 30. 40 and 50...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Denison Daily News — 26 November 1878

> 1'hc Jhtily 3\ctus. l>EMMON. TUESDAY NOV. aft. 1878. Municipal Officers. K. M, GRUUBS M yor W. f . KIRK President uf Council WIIXIAM IIAIIDWICK Marshal A H COI'FIN Assessor & Collector O. R.O'MALKY Treasurer K. K. RAOKUKKF City Clerk O. G. KAN DELL C ty Attorney C«UWC1LMAM— 1ST WAHO : W. M. PECK, ED. N. ALLEN. COUNCILM1N—ID WARD! J. C. KEJLL), H. TONE. covncilmhn—ji> WABO: A. O. IlAl.l., W. D. KIRK. councilman—4TH wako : W. B. BOSS, JUSTIN KAYNAL. Kejfular meeting of Council, first Ihnrsuay in such month. The only place in Texas where oranjjr* ?ro grown for profit, is in the Vicinity o! the town named Orange in the southeast corner of the State, close to the Louisiana line, where theie are several large groves of orange trees. A few tiets may be seen on Galveston Island and in Houston, but they are cultivated only as ornaments. The Telegram won- ders why more attention is not paid to the cultivation of this profitable lrmt, and sees no reason why its growth could not ...

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