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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 2 January 1885

DAEK DAYS. 'J manajod nil right, sir," slid William, ''8110V deop oa tha roadi"1 "Mot 10 deep as I fancied 'twould be. All driftod and blown up to om sltlo, like. 1 tsoYer seen such a thin. Drift must have been feot doep this morning. What roust it bo now, I wonder! Somothlnglikothe Arctic relous, I should think, stri"' FortuofJrst tlnij for hour and hour a of liopo flashed across mi. William had walked that lonely road this morntnr, and iiotkwl nothing oxcopt tho drifted suoiv! I ronionibered how 1 placed tho dead man in the llttlo hollow nt the bottom of tha bank. Could it bo that tho kindly, uiorolful now which I havo already described as beginning to form in a had hidden and burlod him! That o puro whlto, shape. lew heap, which told no taloj, concealol for a white the dark deoJ from the world I Oh that Phllippa were wel! onough to leayo this placo to-morrow We .night fly and leaTe 80 trace behind us. 8L might never know what she had dono In her madness. socrot would bo mine alon...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 January 1885

lew! WtMw titefii mtfnaL 55- YOLUISWB H3t STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 6. 1885. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER iW MrnhtUheA TMeadsya and JFVcfav g,00 IEIt ANNUM Waa PM itrletlj In advance. If we hit to wall eav Hue, $3.00 will U chained. V. P. WALTON. 8LEEP ANO HER C0U9IN DEATH. The Itrlatloushlp He t ween the Tiro Condi tlm of Unconselousne. HritUh Medical Journal, Tho relationship between aleen. tho "cousin o( death,'' and death luoll, I probably real a well a apparent. Tbo dUtano which separates Uim Li great, but there are connections, grade ot dbnolutlon a of development. Anionic thio the similar states of trance ami hit omatlyu are worthy of special nutliv For lop an J for trailer, on cautt, the exhaustion chiefly of tbo ner rout mattir, but mora or low of arery organ and tissue, is aignab1o. The hysterical stniwr U tho tleop ot nerve center worn out wjUj the assault and syjiulct of stori.iv relies action. Healthy sleepis the mt of physical element wearied with the mm trala applied Riot...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 January 1885

Staafbrd, Ey., January 6, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Jcdos Kikcaid eUtta that the engage-meat between PrbceM Beatrice, ofEogland ad himself wa broken off became the joaaz Udy refused to come to LoulsTille to reside. The Judge says his chief desire im Uo matter was to.paraljie Gov. James Gireba with the magnificence of hid 'Timei. The Judse mattl.a big take, a we notice that since liia departure the Princes has become reckless and given her iiand to Prince of Bittenburg. The Prlncesi' dontij amounts to $150,000 and beldcs she is to have an annuity of 30,000. The Judge cjuld have played the biggest Kind of dude oq that amount. The Bj3ton Herald Bays. "If President Arthur is a 'free trader," as Chairman Joaea insists that he is, the country will be pretty full of them when the next Coir elections occur, unless the legislative body shall meanwhile give the people relief Irosa burdensome and unnecoarr taxv lien. If things have come to a pass that paMic men cm not favor the prevention of sua enor...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 January 1885

BUnford, Ky Cnlt January 6, 1885 -I. a N. LOCAL TIME CUD. Mill train going North. ...,.,. south -..,.., ... Biuret strain" Mouth....-.., II fl II . DM t LOCAL NOTICES. and allowed him to return Till, - 13 5 r.n. ..1 M P. if. 1 II .. i S A.M. Tha (4t) ! calculated on alattdarJ Unit. time! about 20 nilnutoa liutsr Buv your school books from Tenny A MoAltsler. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted bf Pnny & McAHs ter. A coMri.ETr. stock ' 6( Jewelry, latest style, Jtockford watchon a specialty. Pen ny & McAlister. PERSONAL. , Mit. James T. Ciuio, of Lebanon, is here. , . - ' . Mns. John V. Wallace is TUItld'in Mercer.' Mns. W. It. Ve&cn went to Lebinob yceterdny. Mis Jr.tME llocucn Lis (tone to Tiiit relative in ParWrlllc. Miss. Klla Smiley ha been visiting her old home in Danville. Dn.T. J, Rouon, the Tanner, and Mr. John W. Miller, better known aa "Tyro' pa'd tis a pleaant call yesterday. Mns. Lewib DuDDEiun's many frienda will be clad to learn she is...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 January 1885

7 Stanford, Ky., - Jaauary tt, 1855 Tho Way I WCsNDER hovV. Life,) I wonder how they can hara mot, Those two. who, nhoro tho bluo wars vral Tho shining sands, nro pacing by 810 looking swootly coy and shy, Ho pleased, though rather cool ai yotf An hour or moro I soo thsy let Blip quickly by. How can thoy Ret Such pleasure from tho sea aad skyt I wonder howl Thoycoma, when now the surf Li sot, IltiHiinlng'sorne iwcat old loro duot; HWbeori his cane jwrchalupon hih, Ho swing her hat as they pass uigh. Bossm day 'twill witching hat, I wondor how A PRINCE'S PLEASURES. In Which "Tuinmj" Wales Amuses Himself. London Cor. San Francisco Argonaut. I, dam say you majr rememboi n story which got out last year about a tactical joko that was plnyod at Cowos duxtng ths yachting week on a lady naawd JC s. Ciut, whoso. houso at that tlmo every rwr Is a favorite resort of tho prince of Ws. las and his followers. It seems that Mr fast wm told that tho French cabinet ininistjr, M. Wriddington, was in ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 January 1885

Semi rubliihed Tueaiiayt and Frldayi ta.uo run annum t?bsn paid sWlctlr in adranos. If we bars to watt tar Urn. 3.nO will be ebarittd. W. P. WALTON. How the Coachman Won Her. Notwithstanding the fact thai rolunies hare bsen written and published about the fatuous Morceiul elopement cue and rnn oua explanation made at to hot? the lady becao'e Infatuated with her father' coach man, ton real fact! were nerer brought to light until they were obtained by a reporter here from Mir. Schilling herself. The story Is a remarkable one. Mm. Bchill nir, in reply to the question on the subject, lid. From childhood up it hat been my plet ure to roam at my will through thr fonsl which aurrounded tay home. Kldiop, too, was a ureal ei joyttent to uie, not brcnsr Krneet drove, for then I had no interest in him One dy I wtnt to ride on the road that winds along the banks of the lludtoa Hirer. From ose point on ttat road the ruini of an old (tone miction are riaible. I V stands on the top of a hill at a ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 January 1885

w ' A Stanford, Ky., k. .; Jmuwt 9, 1W5 W. P. WALTON. A.CONTEMrORAY thus states Ibe differ-wee between a real man and a mm of city: At the close of the war Gen. Lee declined a a effer of $75,(00 a year as nominal Pre ideat of an insurance company, and accepted tic Presidency of an educiUoaal salary of $3,000, which conatl tsted his entire income for the remain isgycaiBofhisllfe. Gen. Grant was for eight years President of the United States at an annual talary of $50,000, he received jiffs of homes worth another $50,000, and to this was added the rtill further sum of $250,000. To-day bis friends are frying to rake $100,000 to keep his souvenirs from the auctioneer's block. A HABBODSnuito correspondent at the kind of men usually sent to make our lawp, suggests a reform and the election ef saeo of such known ability ss Judge M. J. Durham, from Bojle; J. W. Alcorn, Ejq., from Lincoln; Cipt. P. B. Thompson, Mercer; Judge BronouRb, from Jessamine, and to on. A legislature com peeed of cuc...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 January 1885

I nteriorninnd Sttfcrt,Iy, January 0, 1886 i i. ti.'i'dtAL fnie'cm. Mill train colog Kotlh.... 12 iiw.vT fc.2t.Lfll Mr. ic. ciprniiiMD" wuiqi(.i m. M M. Herb .. IUI.V, TbssbgnlscakillJted du standard lime, 8olt( Itiol atout jo.mlpuU faatsr - x 10CVH. motjces: Buy your school books from Fenny A MoAlisler. Watches end Jewelry repaired on short notice and warrantee! by 1'enny A jlcAii ter. . A coMrxxrx lock of jewelry,- latest style, liockford watche n specialty. MoAlisler. PERSONAL Mu. n. F, Evmsit. in said to b dangerously III. Cor. 8am M. EcunkTT, of Lancaster, wai here yesterday. Mi) Jra.viE llicrurtns is julte ill with malarial lever. Miss Lctttb Car.h, of Hnatonvllle, is with licr staler, Miss Cynthia Cartas, Mn. A. 0, JIufkman came oxer from Lexington to attend the funeral of his lit tie neica. r Mil. J. V. McAmmtii, of 8t. Joe, Mo., Is on visit lo her father, Mr. H. S. M'llhM. Mn. Geo. II. Bruce has gone on the road In the Intere of the Bueli Boot and Bboe Company. Mb. J E. Buu...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 January 1885

V As we went. I drew Imaginary picture oJ the beauties of the south; end I was glad to b llovo that the thought of Tlsttinz what might ulmwt b called her uatlva land tm bogiiijiins to arku hnr interest. Only let nf bo able to show her that life could ttlll promlsa a pleeant future, and the moody memoi ea of the past months wight be ban islyod fororor. I am sura thatnaona who could have-seen us that morning would have dreamtd that out of that party of three, consisting of a comfortable, English matron, n atrangsly btauttful girl, and myself, tho u ore flylnjf from the hands of justice, i Our appearancd was certainly such as to dlsirm all suspicion. I "Uut whore aro rt rolusr' asked dt mother "I objsct tj about go wandering ... . . . .. .. without knowing where our pilgrimage Is to end." "We are going to Paris first, then to Spain to wherever we can Qui the warmth and sunshine which is necessary to my existence. If wo can't find them in Spain, we will cross over to Africa, and, if nee...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 January 1885

T V lenti Published Ttieulav mul Frlav a.UU IEIl ANNUM When pall strictly lo advancs. If " hire to veil tar Urn. $3.80 will U ebancsd. W. P. WALTON. THE HOME-COMING. (Clara M. Dslgardyrw laTUu Current. VTs. how ar wl. Como from tho cburch Straight to our home beside the kl IVmd low thy lisad, ontar tlw porch; Thrleo welcome, bom! Ollla Machroo. Thy kinsdum' hew, Ufbt ot my heart! Sly own doar lor, Mt down y in: flour, day and ysars ens trs may jxirt, Or loavu thU boms, (Jills Machre. V aro not rich, our vat ostatos C'uinprW't tlilt cot Uwido tbo ma, And what tow Cub by tldu or fatu Get In my iwU, (J Ilia Maehrtw. We ant not m, no, my mwt1 For wealth untold 1 train witb lh; HM cauu.it buy tbo plane I most in thy iby OIlli MacbrvV ThU hUarth'aour own, my loyal wife, Our fruitful vine, our own JUr tree; OurkeArUaroona; one- t.icful life, On death, be our, Ollle MacbrM. Ats) itie If " IU P- tVro rtvw lie sheltered by one willow tree; And lines tat blow the scattered Uavr From thine to m...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 January 1885

Stxmford. Ky., TJarois does not eeem January 13, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Sbx subjoined Washington special will of Interest to tdceeeekeri: The dem senile delegation lri the next Congress from Kentucky have come to an under jrtdlng about the disposition of the Fed--cm offices in Kentucky under Mr. Clete-Josd, aa far aa Jhey may have a say iu the -subtler. A meeting of the delegation will fciie place here' on the 25th of next month, arbea the claims of all the aspirants will be jetpeclfully considered. It ia not unlikely that the delegation will act as .a unit in CMca wheic a candidate receives a nirjorily sf the votes of the delegation. I( is understood that each Congressman will in no -wise bi interfered with in recommending in his own district. Stna star-elect Blackburn says that there are "36,000 applications from Kentucky alone, m pretty good percentage of the entire population. IhkKow York Sun is severe on both JtfcColloih and Brewster in regard to their .decision in the wbiky busine...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 January 1885

t . t lienor Journal Stanford, Ky January 13, 188D . A N. LOCAL TIME C4.0, . 4 Ul) tlln'golDf Korth,.... it r, at. h ii South.,...,..,,. mmJHmi, Eifret strain" " Norh.. .. ...... 1 45 iiU. 'fb above la calf ulattd.'orj standard lime, tfolar Imel .shout 20 mlnult faster LOCALNOTICES. Buv your fchool Looks from Peony & McAIUter. Watches aud Jewelr repaired on ahort notice and warranted 07 Penny & A coMrLCTK otock Of jewelry, latest Ktyle. 1 Jock ford watchea n ercialty. A McAlinter. LOCAL MATTERS. The stock holders of the National Bin a will elect tfiicrrs today. New stock Oliver plows, Triple ard double trees at W. II. Higglas. PrMRADLE stare room in centre of but! nets for rent in Fltnford. "W. P. Walton. Pnor Haww, tbeelccutionht, will . .1 S .. T- 1 . I I am having a lot cf muty wheat ground into feed. I.etve your orders at once for what you want. Geo. D. Wearen, Agt. One of the bad signs of the times is that more mortgagee arc hjing executed in now than has beeh known for...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 January 1885

9 2tanTord,Ky., January 13, 1885 ELECTRIC RAILWAYS. MEETING OF MEN INTERESTED IN "LIGHTNING" TRAINS. Iho Method of Operation Explitluoil nnd Hi Kruiioniy llernotiatrated ltte or Sliced nnil How lteuuUtml Line la Operation. New York Ms.ll and Express.! jJlio meeting held ot my father1 redone J tho oilier croning tvni for ths purposo of arranging a tost ot electricity as motive pifwor ou tho elovatei railway, and othori wilt lw hell very Bodn," ald Mr. E. N. Dickenson, Jr., tho pa tout lawyer, hi his office. "Who vera prosontP I'CyrusW. Field, Hnvid D.udloy Field, Hew Dr. Henry M- Field and Mr. Stophea D. Field, representing tho FieW Electric railway: Mr, Chnrlo3 J I. Cotter, of Drerel, Morgan & Co., representing tho Edlwn Etwtric railway; Mr. Chart Hoolzon, tho Sletnom Electric railway, Momm. It. AV. nnl II. M. Hawksworta, roprawntlnj tho Daft Elf.ctru' rillw.iy, Col. It. M. llaxayd, roprawsitlur .tha Beutlay. Kafght Electric railwaj ; anl CoL Haln, general manager of t) Manhatta...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 16 January 1885

Stmt m r 111 'idefiof ImtfnaL VOLUME XIIL STANFORD, KY.. FKIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 409 4 4 .1 fubHhcil Tucttlave and Friday' 8'J.OO IISIt ANNUM Watnpald strictly la advance. I( we have to ut tar time. 83. no will be chard. i w. P. WALTON. It ft Coming. The li abiding people of Kentucky Are beginning to epsak as the litre never spoken bifne. Y m can hear them la the (tor.)', oa th treet, wherever men meet and congregtt. You cn read it In their newspaper, th tt at last thi y bfgln to rtallas their true mUrfon m reformer'. And it la time -Old know it I Haul the people and the newtapr were waking Up. ThirlHnkunlrci aulfjrty three wnton inth' Slate of Ktntudy since th: Iifdiy f JjiHiry, 1B78! An average of 22.1 and dra alx:h per yeai! U It not time that the ieoile should rome elver? We hare law to punish murder, save on; why la it not enforced? Ah! good friend that U the queitlon. Why Is It not enforc ed? "Within alx years over thirteen hundred being put to death by the...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 16 January 1885

i , -Stafford, Ky January 16, 1885 W. P. WALTON. .The whipping post may b a a "relic of barbarism," but its reeatablijhraent would do auch to put an end to petty tillering, la eTcry commurltjr there are more or leea. meat too poor to live honestly without work Isx to engage in It. They would zatfccr be well fed and kepi in jail, than to 0 hungry and breathe the free air of In course of (imo the taxpayers will grow tired of paying to help support tin aaifcrable loafer, and then there will case a demand for a better and more method of punishing the petty IkieL Georgetown Tlmea. The touor man who does the Kentucky Tbpiea on the LoulsTllle Commercial of thanks for his continued to call attention to the raried re wiimi of Kentucky. No enterprise look is3a the least toward their derelopment i his eagle eye not tails of a word of irtgement. If all the newspapers ol &e Stats would show as much al in the goed caiiae, Kentucky would soon be the matef hundreds of paying enterprises. tlVo m...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 16 January 1885

y. 4- .1 t t Stanford, Ky January 10, 1885 Li N. LOCAL TIME C4JD. Mall tralu soing North 12 45 r, M. " ' " South ....... M..1 w r. x. Eapmttraln" foulU.. ......WX... 1 M A,W. ii Norh... 1 til.M. Tba above it calculated oo standard time, tfolir lmel about iOtuinntet faster LOCAL NOTICES. Buv your echool bookn from Penny & McAliMer. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort notice and warranted by Penny & A compute alock of jewelry, lateet style. Kockford watches n specialty. Pen ny McAllalei. PERSONAL. Mit and Mits. Will Ckaio are itg relative. In Carllale. Mn. and Miis. Thos Metcalp went to 'IcholTHIe Tuemlav to Tlelt the family of Mr. JohnMeicili. Mb. J. M. Brent, of Chicago Creamery Co., ii here preparing to build (he establishment necetmr for the Mk. 8. E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn , accompanied by hia ton, Will, arrived at bis father, Mr. W. M. Lickey'a, Mn Fkank Ha nit is haa returned to Rowland and taken hi old position of Chief Train Dispttcher on the Knoxvllle, Branch. T...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 16 January 1885

4 BAEK DAYS. Irl 'What is the matter?' she asletl. "Hart youliro young people been qHinvlling ."' I turned away, wont part tho wlilcl: fa sometimes put up to Insure privacy, out of tlio iron gate, into the narrow street. 1 watchod tho lounslnj, men and tho dark oycd women who wont by; J looked nt tho tnorry urchins at play; and, after what tecmod an interminable quartoi of nn hour, rjturne 1 to learn how my gen tlo couiisol had siK'c le 1 with my suit. My mothor and Philippa woro sitting witr. tholr arms around each other. Philippa, ai I entered thi patio, ralwl her eye to miui with a look of shy happiness. My mothoi raw and took tho girl by the hand. "Basil,1' alio Raid, "1 have at hut beet ablo to persuade her that you and I, at least, rlso above tho conventionalities ol what is called the world, I have told itei that, knowing all I know, 1 see nothing tc prevent her from being your wife. I liavi told lior that simply for her own sweet sales. 1 would rather so you marry hor than a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 January 1885

I H x. Semi 0 Itetto mtefii 0ifm f OEUMBtMEl STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 410 IHiblliihetl Tucarfttt' ami Frlitawt 83.UI) 1I3U ANNUM W tun paid atrlctljr la advance. If we hire to wmi anv tlnis, 83.00 will be charted. VV. I WALTON. He Outprared 'Em. At AtchUnr, Kie the women crusaders till ted a and tried by to Induce the proprietor of the saloon to close hi plare The proprietor invited the Udles to seats, and inked thrm to pray, and then cflered himel( the following pray r: "Almighty Creator in heaver.! Thou who halt wide the hetven and earth, and created oian in Thine oiv image at ruler of t hl earth! Whlbt animals ire living on grass and water, Thou didst leach Thy wr vaot Noah to nuke wine, and Thou didst sot ptiniah hlov for making intemperate me -of it At the wedding of Cna, Thine only Bir, Jesus Christ, transformed water into wines wbe the Juice of the grape, was exhausted, thai the enjoyment of the gueita ightBotb. disturbed. The great reform e...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 January 1885

Sttwford, Ky., January 20, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Tns dealh of Capt. 0. R. Mason, which occurred latt week at his home near S.aun too, Va.,iemovca from the busj icenea of life one of Kb busiest worker as lor more .than CO years he was identified with nearly every public Improvement in Virginia and tannj in Kentucky and adjoining jtatea. Barn of obscure parents and thrown upon his own resources at an earlr age, without education and with no friends or relatives toaaatsthim, his success in life was most . remarkable and is a bright illustration of -what indomitable cterey, coupled with a head fall of good common sene can accomplish. Most of that great thoroughfare, the Chesapeake &Ohb railroad, was built by him. He contracted for its first section use time in the 1830's, was its first super iateadent and after laboring on it for fifty veHl Tears aiw its successful completion. Tie amount of money he made would have Tasked him with the largest millionaires of the country, but for the fi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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