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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 March 1893

Mr. Wni. Wade Ot Lowell. "INDIGESTION RELIEYED Qood Appetite and Good Health ?e atored by HOOD'S Mr. Wm, Wade, the well known boot -and shoe deAler at 17 Merrimnck St., aear the Poatoffico, Lowell, says: " Whon I find a good thing 1 fool Hk? .Jralabuz it, and I know f ruin |?rsonal cxpert ? tnoe that Hood':, Snrnaparllla in a ilno modi -eine. I havo for a good many yo.irn boon seri? ously troubled with Distress In My Stomach . and Indigestion. I had modicul advlco, pro - nrlntlons and various medlclnos, but my ? trouble was aot rolioved. At hist 1 thought 1 would try Hood's Saraaparilla and I must say ? the effect trau HMrprimina, Soon after 1 ltegan taking It I found great rultef, and now Hood's ? Cures eat without having that torriblo dintrcas. 1 .alno rest well at nicht and am in good health, ifor nil of which I thank Hood'a aarmtpa rilln." Wm. Waoe. Hood's l'llle nro tuo liest livor Invlguruiur an* - eaUmrUc. Purely vegetable. ?Dr. Kilmer's SWAMP-ROOT M. II. McCOT, Van Wert, Ohi...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 March 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED evehv kridav. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: lln Advance.) ? By mail, postage paid, one year- SI.50 liy mail, postugo paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Enternd at the Tnsewell (Va.) postof i;ce as second class matter. FlilUAY," - MARCH I?,18??. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tbnukin? the voters of Tasewull county for their liberal support lieretotore di cord? ed inc. nutl further soliciting their hiii> port. I hereby announce mysolf n rniidi date for the office of Clerk of UieConnl" Ourt ief TmscwcII County, at election on tho -Ith Thursday In May. I *'.?:!, 1 um respectfully, T. K. OEOltGK. 1 hereby anuonuco myself n cam it ite for thnotUce ol Clerk of the Circuit l ourt of Tazewell County nt'lle- clci tiou May j-l. 1893, and if eloeted I will discharge the dutien of the office t? the best of luy ;i'-i 1 - ity. j ii. hake ii \:;man ! A concise rttporl <il lliu L'ocnhon tas file ol lust week, from ;iii eye witness, wiiH received nt this ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 March 1893

f LOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVERYTIIIXQ BELONG I NO IN A Family Grocery Store, BOSTON & SONS. vol. ilviii.no. ii This is the Season Of the year when every thing is scarce ami overworked wives worry over what to have for dinner. You ? can. do no better than tako the advico of an old housekeeper and get from R. C. CHAPMAN a small quantity of that fine Green Tea or if you prefer it try Black Tea or He?No Tea (be keeps every kind) ?nd then buy a smnll quantity?say two or three pounds each?of Dried Reaches, Apricots or Prunes (ho has some excellent goods La this line), nnd by the way I uotitsod while there tho other day?I sup pose ho has some loft yet?a complete lino of goods, such as Chow Chow, Worcester Sauce, Horse Pu.d isb, Prepared Mustard, Catsup, Sie., that you'll And excellent with meats. CHAPMAN seems to bo building np quits a "rep" for line goods and I am so glad of it. for do yon know it is very soldom you can find in a towu so small as this such a liu? of goods as be kee...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 March 1893

A new industry of Southern Idaho is . taid tfli-bo the shipping of elk to Eastern State*. .. r-_ All the indications, declares the Chi jMgo Sun, point to 1893 ns destined te bo the^best year ever had in mining. Fifty years ago, recalls tho Atlanta Constitution, a cold winter was enjoyed in New York. Now tho complaint is that it is too expensive It interfere! with business and travel. It is proposed to introduce into this couutry the traction cngiue, so largely used in England, for hauling freight be? tween small towns whero it would not pay to build railroads. The newsboys in a certam quarter ot London nrc encourajed to save a penny a day. The money is kept for them in n savings bank, and tho boy who de? posits regularly for a month ia givcu ono penny interest on his money. Tho bank is tho work of a good woman. * In consequence of the growing popu? larity of savings bauks in Prussia and tho difficulty found by the bunks in mak? ing profitable investments, the interest paid has been ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 March 1893

#. A GAMBLED STARTS A CHURCH m. True In-ldeat of Ufa la CnoJc Mining > Camp. Creedc Camp, Colo., Is at present perfect whirlpool of excitement. Rich mincsare being discovered every day, and the town is full or gamblers 1 reaping a rich harvest. Each day brings in a hundred people, among them the very good and the very bad. On one side of a narrow street is a richly furnished saloon, and across the narrow street is an undertaking establishment, each displaying a llar Ing sign. Usually do regard is paid 4 to the Sabbath, and in the wild rush there arc few thoughts of the spirits ual But the champions of Christianity are ever watchful, and a representa? tive of the Christian religion is usu? ally among the llrsL to be on the ground. Soon after the rush to Creede began, a Methodist minister went in with the crowd one day, and the first man to whom he mentioned the matter of desiring to build a church was Browncy Lee, a noted Ban Juan gambler. As a rule, the fraternity arc enthusiasti...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 March 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION': (In Advance.) t\r mail, postage paid, one yettr. 81.50 By muil, postage paid, Oix monttiB, .78 Advertising rates furnished on appli cation. Entorcd at tho TaSewbll (Vh.) postof fltjq il>! second class matter. FIMD?Y, ' MA1.?H iu, i*!>;?. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS^ Thauking tho voter? of Tnzcwell county for their liberal support heretofore accord? ed lue, (lud further soliciting their sup? port. I hereby announce myself a candi? date for tho office of Clerk of the Count" C?urt of Tuzewdl County, lit election on the 1th Thursday in Mny, IVOu, I am respectfully, T. E. GEORGE. I horeby nuuounce myself u candidate for the office ot Clerk of the Circuit Court of Tnzewell Couuty at the election May 25. 1808, and if elected I will discharge tho ? uties of the office to t'\e host of my abil? ity. H. HANK IIA UM AN Mr. Cleveland is very emphatic, in his declaration thai he will not appoint to office again tin; officials of his l...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 March 1893

Pl??r, salt, groceries, amd everything belonging in a Family Grocery Store BUSTON&SONS. Oli. XLMXi. NOT 0C4L AND GENERAL N E WS BRIEFS. New lot or docks aFk. W Pnhst's. Mursliiill Wat ts lias ret tirnud from ?nobbing. Fine assortment ?f ?iiudies ?1 iy? at lJo list's. Mr. Jos. St ins iiimI son, Kreil,ware from Sal.'in lor a short visit. The Rail I'm il Inn will be rebuilt one. this time of stone and brick. A. boar show on the" street was nnptly adjourned by the town ?geutiC. The church lairs of hisfc Week, in > town hall, were fairly well pa tuized. Fudge S. C. Graham has beou ab fit in Wytheville and elsewhere tjs week. (TukawcII was numerously repro sited at the United Stats court in Jiicliburg. (vir. Jno. W. Spotts lias returned fin Bristol and other points ou tj> N. & W. Moonshiner Prnett, he of the one K. gets l? mouths in one of Uncle Jin's prisons. Mr. diaries H. Adatns, of Aln litia. takes editorial charge of the Idilauds News. A protracted meeting has been ijin...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 March 1893

' There ?re two blind men from Cook County in the Illinois Legislature. Corporal Tanner says that reducing ?pension agents' fees from $10 to ?2 has ruined the business. ? ? ? California, so long noted among huats Sion for it? prodigious gamo, now has iorj littlo loft in that line for the gun sera. Chicago is bragging about her mar tiage record for tho past year, which Tcachcd the big tiguro of 17,000 wed? dings._ Professor L. F. Blako, of the Univers? ity of Kansas, says that ho considers lightning rods for buildings in cities, ex sept high structures, altogether unncccs tary_ President Dwight, of Yale, says that s plan is under consideration 'to put an end to gambling and hotting at the uni? versity, especially on football and other games. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The jackal is a greater foo to Indiac humanity than the tiger. From the sta? tistics published by tho Government of Indin it may bo seen that in ono ycai while 028 persons were killed by tigers, ?more than .1000 children were carri...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 March 1893

CTleaap Knooga. A Mexican street car can be hirod ?ffor personal use for $3.50 a day, with .* right to stop at any place for two hours. What r?o You DrlnkT About 6,000 intoxicants of different 4rtnds are known to custom house ?officials. Rend Ihn Pittabara HI.patch. It not ooly contains n/1 the new, but mors -special telegraphic and exclusive featurea .appear In It* column* than In any other novrs ?paper in this section of the country. Kvery TOuy reads It, everybody advertises in it; so should you. _ About 20 letters go astray out or^ every '1,000,000 sent through the pnstotBce. "Remember that In Qarfleld Tea yoa hare an onfallinrf remedy for Indl-estion, Sick Head ?acheand every attending 111 that an abused stomach can make you surfer. Every drueeUt ?eeli.tt. SJo., SOc. and 11." A railronrl with n gaugo of hut 21 inches Is now building in North Cnro ina. TnrtOAT Diseases commence with a Cough, 'Cold or Soro Throat. " Brown't ttroncMai Troehet" gtvo iniuiedluto relief. SoUl only im ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 March 1893

Oiinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) Br mail, postage paid, ono year. 31.fit) By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .73 Advertising rates fnrniBlied on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell (Vs.) postof fico us second class matter. KllVo AY, M AH?H ai, 1893. 'I he Democratic caucus has de teriuiiied to organize 1 lie Senate at. Ulis special session by the nomina? tion of the elective officers, W. li. Cox, of .North Carolina, secretary, lt. J. Briglit, of Indiana, sergeant - at anus and Rev. NY. II. Milhtirn, chaplain. It. is understood the Re? publicans will oppose. Mr. Cleveland was about to up ]>oint a Western mail to oflieo when bo beard he. was a distant relation. That settled I be mailer, lie was ineligible, lie bus also told congressmen that if I bey ap? point, their sons or other in em hers of their families as their secreta? ries, they will lose their inlliicticc with him. To be certain of an of? lieo the applicant must not Im a b...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 March 1893

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVERYTUISQ belonging IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. XLVI11.N0. 13 \C4L AND GEA'EttAL\ I AEWS BRIEFS. nod Friday. few lot of clocks nt H.W Pobst's. | [ite fljing is in the ascendancy. irs. It 1$. Gillcspie is visiting in Cistiaiisburg. int* assortment of candies id ^jya at Pobst's. _)id jron get one of those checks| (it souldu t go i Sir. ami Mrs. Charlie Jones came i lioui Bluetield Sunday. Sergeant McClintock is busying insult with spring cleaning. Mr. .Beverly St rue Ik shout alter | jutiueiueiit with severe eold. Mr. Thornton, of Carroll, is visit g his sister, Mrs. L. lt. ?otld. Nice cooking Raisins at Husum Sous. Only iOc. per pound. Mr. John Crawford is acting teilt for the Bluetield-laundry. Miss Braiich Kceliler, of Bristol, visiting her friend, Mrs. Walton. Circuit Court will ln? in session r the A.ml term ou Monday next. Judge Graham and Major Henry' e hack at tho office in time for art. Miss Hallie Dodd visited this icvk hot fathe...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 March 1893

TORNADOES iWERE Vl?RY DESTRUCTIVE IN f THIS tOUNTHY IjAST Vl:AH. I _ The Causes "Which Prodnco Thorn? JIowThey DlXTer Prom Hurricanes ?Remarkable Phenomena of Their Occurrence. HE yenr 1892, says the Sao Francisco Chronicle, w a t signalized by the occurrence of o greater number ol fatal nud destruc? tive convulsions ol nature and disaster! of various kinds thnu almost any other on record. During the first six months of the year tho total loss of life in the United States nlonc from these causes was upward of 3600, while the disasters in other parts of the world will double or treble this appalling total. Of the large list of casualitics in this country no less than 460 deaths were caused by tor? nadoes and'thunder storms, there having been four of the first named disasters of unusual violence und a lnrgc number of less severity. Happily for Californians,thcy live in a region where loss of life or property Irom tornadoes is Absolutely uuknown nnd even the most destructive winds?the ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 March 1893

Time CTxed try itio Star?. A fairly reliable time Indicator, It la stated, can be found In the north? ern skies on every cloudless night. As is generally known, the group of fixed stars called the "Dipper" makes an apparent revolution around the north star lu every twenty-four hours, with the two stars forming the outer elevation of the bowl,of the dipper pointing nearly directly to the polar star continuously; if, therefore, the position of the "pointers" Is taken at any given hour, say six o'clock in the evening la winter time, and as soon as it Is dark in the summer, tbo hours thereafter can be pretty accu? rately measured by the eye during the night- Frequent observations of position will have to be made at the given hour as, owing to the constant changing of the earth's position in ?pace, the position of the "pointers" In relation to one's point- of observa? tion and the star also changes. In this way observations taken during a year and Impressed on the mind make a very fair t...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 March 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Uu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. SI.BO By mail, postage paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnsewell (Va.) postof flce us second class matter. Fiun?S', ? march :u, is!i.i. liiere is oiic feature of I his ad tnitiistration at Washington that Isespecially worthy of comincnda 1 ion nnd that is its practical econ? omy. President Cleveland has im pressed upon the willing members of Iii? cabinet the desirability of the curtail in etit of expenses. Tho Work of dropping from the pay rolls names of those holding sine? cures and an improvement in the slow way of doing tilings has al? ready begun. Of course the great bulk of government expenses is in? curred by congress, bul what, I'm H?l in in 1st rat ion can do to save in the execution of the laws will be done. Two billion dollar congresa es in succession arc enough to ex? cite a spirit of economy. EXTRA* SESSION. A ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 7 April 1893

fioURj/SALT, GROCERIES, AKU fJiM'TKISU BELONGING IN A [Family Grocery Store, BUSTOM & SONS. LOCdL \\vr> GEJVEIOJtL\ j\ E U]p BRIEFS. Y I New lot of clocks at IL W. Pobsl'jL April Showers Bring May (lowers'. \ FltlO assortment of candies al? ways at Pobst'a. Judge Graham wils unfortunately quite III just at court titiltj. Judge J. H Stuart returned front :i business trip Sunday morning. The boys, at. home for the Easter holidays, have returned to school. Twenty-two newspapers in Vir giuia Uro ptthlishcd by colored inen. Mr. A. Hendticks, of the Head light, was at the seat of Justice the other day. Messrs. Hilbert and Fred Raven of Riulthimix, were in town during the week. Mr. H. Id. Sinythe and family have moved It din Graham to their pi.iew at the station. The report telegraphed over the country that. Kix. Redd hail been lynched was untrue. The Misses Faulkner nil* build ing a cottage on llailrdtul Avenue, not far from the denot. If yon want to know who keeps the freshest, ca...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 7 April 1893

"winter woods. In winter woods I ronro, 'nenth truoory of trees Swayed by the breeze Ol biting winds, and dead and dull ""^ . Tho listless leavos Uait rouse, half lull. The phantoms that my fancy sees In wiuter wcods. The button hulls Btana out In faithful silliouottes That natura sets Against tho blue to prophesy Of days to follow by and by? Ah me, in spring one quite regrets The button balls. The tulip cup*, With brave intent, doty ttio din Of storms to win Tho guordou of a summer day In some far-ofT, slow-coming May? I My heart, thero's many a lesson in j Tho tulip cups Now here, now there, The birches rear their wan white arms 'Mid woody calms Of wasting winter's solitude. And weave some spell, some ghostly mood, And stoop the mind in special charms Now here, now there. 'Mid vanished bloom Tho mimic stream purls softly by Wblle day is nigh, Then closer held in icy thrall It rests awhile beneath the pall Of night, and Bleeps with scarce n sigh '.Mill vanished bloom. In winter woo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 7 April 1893

? ' Read the Piiuburg DUpatc. It not only contains nil Oleums-, but more ?peclal tefecrnplilo and exclusive features JkM'Poar In iu columns than in anv other news, pnpor In this section or the country. Every, body rends it, evetybody advertises in it: so iliould you. A Mother's Story "When my boy was 2x years of bkc.u fall brcvttbt Mr Ot?**M,-wh!ch vntduAUy grew worn' until, when bu was c. he could not walk, nnd we bad him treated 9 months at tbu Children's Hospital iu lloston. Hut when be came home be was woi>e, and tbe doc? tors said nothing could be done. 1 no? un giving him Ilood'a .-nrsuparilia nud he im? proved at once. The 14 abscesses on Ids hip healed up, b!s appetite im nr-vwl nnd he eon d walk, at first with Willie uuu, crutches then without. He is now perfect? ly well, lively as any bey." Sins. Emya V. burr, Wallpole, Muss. hood'S IMl.I.S (In not purge, pain or urine, but m l promptly, canny nnd cgeylually. IS reut?. thcopcat KIDNEY.LIVERS BcauDR?I.R IMafretes, Excess...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 7 April 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: lln Advance.) By tnto'U postage paid, one year. SI-50 By mall, postugo paid, six montliB, .75 Advertising rates furnished on nppli oation. Entered at the Tav.ewull (Va. J poHtof fico ?s second class matter. FttlDAY, A PK I L 7,1 Si>3. ??SlilDAT'iis KIS'DOHSKI) BY TIIK V'lltQINIA OEL10GA TION. Washington, April 1.?Tlit long expected action of the Vir g&ria delegation has finally been uunounccd, and the deterniinatioii made public. 'There tili- heartaches tliis moin Wtf-r <*iul indignation in many in fdwaices, as litis In en said, boils ?over and scalds itself in tin1 efforts tat hitter denunciation. None of i?*e (aspirants arc willing to charge *t'lic arrangement of a slate, yet t-lrwe is little doubt that tlio ean "dMlaTfls for endorsement were vir t'tialKy made before ilio secret ses Mtion -was eonvened nt the Capitol, mtinm*<bilo almnst all ef t he neg ftuorod candidates will entertain ?deep ifceliugs ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 14 April 1893

HOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVKKYTUINO BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. LOCdL AND GENERAL J\'E li'S BRIEFS. Blue ?niss is miiutliiig tlic hill ofTazewell with theircliiefestglory. Barring misfortune heienfter there will be u grout fruit crop in '03. i The underside of much sod gives invitation to tin* seed soon to be planted. Excursion tickets will bo on Naiv at Norfolk and Western office from the 16t.'j to 24tb, for those desiring to attend tbe rendezvous of tbe tin vies of th? world in Norfolk harbor. Tuesday was reguhlr day for bo giuniu!> of April term of county court. Helng in conflict in point of time with oi relit t court, aside from motions, little business was dohc. The Virginia House porch bus be oonie, for some guessnble reason, a popular Sabbath day resort, for young men wearing good clothes from the sttick of \V. G. Harrisson &Co. Mr. Rnnkin. of the tirtn of Ry laud und Kiuikin, Lyncbburg, mode the accustomed visit to Tuzowell this week. At o...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 14 April 1893

PROM D/VWN TO SU NRtSE?. Breathe, ?woet south w?t, thy softest airs; Melt, Rolrten Tapor, in the blue; Shine, silver star, that morning wo??; Light-bearer, lead tb.3 day anew. Mild day of autumn, gravely glad. Teach tho wild heart thy calm to know, Too keenly Bwif t, from gny to sa'l. These pulses beat, these lifo-tides flow. Cool dew of dawn, tbtit gently fall?. O'er life's long fever waft thy spells. Deeper than tone of trumpot-calls, Tho holy bush with morn that dwolK Cease, wayward heart, tu ?loom to stray; Greet tho pure smilo ot living light; Betoro the awful eyo ot day Arise, O soul, in kindrol might! ?Esther B. Carpenter, in tho Century. A OTJICK CURE, BT Mn8. B. C. HAZLBTT HE VIS. E?Oil, cc?oh, ho I ?ce I" What a sharp j youug voicti it was; full of character and independence, nnd yet with undertone! | of undefined sweet? ness, evidently need? ing only cultivation to bring it into power. The girl, for it I was one, stood just I on the bank ot a clear, running stream, | whic...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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