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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

I'-': TRIBUTE TO; A MOTHER ¦;-...] -¦ - J; •• —^1 - --- •" .'- Children, look in those eyes, listen; to that dear,'yoice ; notice the feeling of evefl a single touch that is bestowed upon you by that gentle hand! Make I much of it while yet you have that inost precious of all good giftsj a loving mother. Read the unfathomable'love of those eyes; the kind anriety of that lone and ibbkl hpwever sligjit your pain. In after life yeu may haye friends, kind, dear friends'; but never willyou havejagvn the icexpressibie love and gentljeness lavished upon you which none biit a\ mother bestoWs. Often do I sigh in my struggle w|ith the hard, for the sweet deep security I felt when, of an evening.nestling in her bosom, I listened to some quiet tale, suitable to my age read in her tender and untiring voice; Never can I forget her sweet glances cast upon me wheh I'appeared asleep, never her kiss t)f peace at night. Years have passed away since we lajd ! her beside my father in the old chu...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

;; -v-' ;;,^r-^^.^., .'.-¦-:,'¦ V TO A ! YOUNG HOUSEKEEPER — -A ¦- •-.. •. . : ... >. - I . •¦*... After marriage go to "housekeeping. Do not allow aliy one <o pursuade' you->o board. If your means]will'not-permit of furnishing a whole house,get two or three rooms; there can be a wbole World of happiness inside two com? partments, and as it is your great wish to be happy and contented, begin with a good solid foundation. |Vow you will live within your means, and keep that! vow religiously. Do not be troubled if your; friends Annie and ^Nellie are making a greater show with an equal income. You j will get up after a while when, perhaps, they will .have to take rooms and re duce their expenses. - We^akertfor granted that yqur husband is engaged in some occupation ; now as he goes daily to his business you go to yours, determ ined to be a"help meet" and not simply a "help eat" ' T - ! . ' Dress neatly, have your calico dresses mace fcr work, and not with lo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

THE5 TRAMP" IN THE SIXTEENTH ¦ ! CENTURY;J -1' ¦ <"'¦'? <-^^> Althbugh^viliainageihad, long diedr but jn England, and had been suppressed even in the w esterb bbuntie^befd.'e ttie-latle^par^ bt iliza-' beth, 8'|relgn, (1^0 thepcphflHion of • the' hired* laboreij ^assvfch that, frt»m: a modern pbiiftt bf1 vle^", Mcould not fairly hb;'c"afled ac fr^ His enjtplbyers--the; land- owners, passed la'Ws' whibhkept1 him> in'a^stateof half-bondage'tb themsejlires. ¦' HJs wages we'i'e fiiedbyp the'justices' o^ihe |iekcei acfcbrdinjf tb 'the price of fbbd. If he reftiseditowork at the i?at'e of wa^es; offered,' orWentj bufof his country^ihsbarch of h'gher wages; he became, in the by'e bf the'law," a rogue and vagabond.; The laws "againsr sucli' Were exeeedingl ^ severe. Any pe'rspn for the . fireVtime found 'wandering1 or rougutng about1 wlas liit be Whipped oh ibis naked back until his' body ^as bloody, and then sent5 from parish to parishj straightway tot the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

QREAT EXCITEMENT ISf MONTKOSg ¦ ¦":.., •¦:¦':¦- ¦;, ¦' }• ¦ ¦ ' ¦ • At thb... ¦•:'. ¦¦•¦ • • .' ;' \ QNTewistore and New Firm V WEEKS,JMELKOISH : &:;€0. The Largest Stock of DRY GOODS, 1 7 I ' silyebiWare; Hat« and o»F»i»* Boots Kept' in Northern iPennsylvanial and Sliobs, ' Aad at the Lowest Prtcee. .. ¦ :¦:-¦:: iU"'-'-- y:t.:-::^'i ;¦ ;;;•; at prices lower »han ever known before in Susqnehan- "TAD I C A*l ITTI CDV na County. Not excepting pric«s bieiore the war. I ADLL vU I LCtiT) 1 ¦'•!'• POGKET KNIVES, PObKETBOOKfi^ NO REITIENENTSI I 1 4 ' VIOLINS, 8TBING8; &c, Ac. EverythlnK New «nd FJre^b. at Popular J ¦ - • . | : ¦ . ! -' ¦ Prle'e*. )" \' ¦'*¦•• - _.. . ¦ '_ ¦ , ' . ¦¦ :. ••¦ - ..•.•j j . i ....'...- Watches, Jewelry, &o., repaired bjr • , 3600 yards o' best prints In niarket.eold[daring the past __ J ^ >r-B-1^...mj - , rnTr v.to weeks, at6 pii.ee per yard, and I still \he» els more ' ¦ ^r,m **t **" r* * * *^ *J'*»j* **» ;o follow. ; . ,:j . ¦...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

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Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

jy|UNTROSE ; STEAM MlLL: OATS FOE SALE BY THE LOAB afrthe 8TEAM MIMj. FRESH GROIJNd¥bAHAM FLOim for Bale at the * STEAM MIIJi. Any quantity of MEAL & FEED of the best quality, at the. STEAM MILL. FUME JyHEAT "IS^DLINGS at the ; ¦ .;..„;---; ./.'^^^^team mill: ; WHE^T BRAN for safe at the ; ' ;.•.;..: y;::.:u ;v..steam:miuu. WHEAT FLOU^SesH GROlTNiJ, ,;.;";;;:;/;, .''^-^at.thie^^AM;!!!!^-;..; OLD TOTERir^DORN for sowing. On: account of the poor quality of liew corn,it iuneceflfiary to secure good old com forpeed * 200 bu.at the STEA^ MILL-!

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

, PURNITUBE U N D E.: R .':' ; A! \\ ' AtW. Wi Smith & Sons . .> . > v. .•¦"'¦- . b->:\\- • ¦ .-¦' ¦'-,' ..V-.'- :; ¦-;-¦'}¦ Bxt»nilveFnrnltnreW»rjroomyonwlllftndthelargeBt '^ ., .atockof... . \r-; .. FIRST CLASS AND COMMON } oercrrtiNi jc TTJ^a^Ei tobefonndin thlBBectionof t^counWof Mb owa manufacture, and at prlcestbat cannot fail toglvesatl* faction. They make the very beBt ... [ EXTENSION TAIOJEfe In the Country, and WARRANT then?. : Upliol«.t«;r jr . y& &V 3«^. Of *ll k'nds doheAn the neate«< manner. '.£» I»RI Ba-;<3rj;» JE> X> IB ;. ' , of vAbiotjs KINDS. j PTJRE NO.lMATilASSES, ]; AND COMMON«MATRASSES ^f KING Tbo subscriber win uereafterjnaketat. fldenaxlng a specialty In his business., Havinff iutt completed a ' 1TEV7 ftnd the tacit elegant HEABSE In the State.all p seeding hla services will beattended topromptiyana'at i ^atis&ctorychargeB. ;¦; .¦,¦ ^ ,.?t .:,,,;„..,r^^ ¦Wii-W Bmim^Mm9;} Montr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

¦ " - V: 3UCAXt.XlX.a»G<X30.. ,".•, ¦;.'¦¦' :'"- ' !'i. i' " ' . '¦-i -. '•—: ¦¦ r ¦ Noble—-MATN—At LymanvilleJM.E parson-; agejMay 2<Jth,by Rev. H. ,Q. Harued, Edwin 'Noble, ot Spnngville, and Jotephine S. M&ia, of Lemon..'!,/ 1 :-- -• ¦ ':.•"•'¦ y ••"•'-: ¦ •: i--^ . i - BRTJNDAQE-TttTLE^-In Franklin,; by Rev. J. H. Doretaus, May 80ih, at the house of'the :bride's uocle, Bolus W; Smitb, Maggfe Bhmjdage, of Franklin, to & JD. Tuttle, ot IJUzabeth . '-if. v. . i ,¦¦!¦''¦( — —ii.., .— ¦-, ..—. ¦ _-. ¦ .i --,. , ¦_—.:-^—, ,_ ., —.ii-.i.- ¦¦i... ¦ .1 f-m, i.,q Satre—-In Montrose, May IStb.ot paralysis; Anna, wife ot 8. M. Sayre, aged 43 years. ,..' Undeuwood—In Montrose, M*y 26* at her daughter's residence, Mrs. A. H. McOollurL. Laura Ann Underwood, aged 62 years. : t [Biugbamton papers please copy J 8krrH—ta JiQolden Hill, Wyoming bo!, Pa., May 13tb, Mrs. Nancy M. Smifb, wife ot Geo. W. Smith, and youngest daughter of Paul and LydiaLac^y Overiield...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

J UST PUBLISHED. { A New and Beautiful Sabbath School I "* Song Book! GOOD NEWS! | Good News! indeed to Sabbath ' I ; School Siegers, young tnd old GOOD NEWS • I j who are waiting for Jnet such a I !¦ book. It is?edited by B.«. M. GOOD NBW8! |. Mc'ntoj'h. and the contents con-„~~~ .,„™.o ! i contributed by eminent writers GOOD NEWS 1 . |i and compositors. Beth music and words are new, fresh and attractive. Witness: '• .. I •'Snnny Shore." »>To Canaan," i "Christ a Hero," "Tell me again," "One astray," "Kingdom Coming;" snd ethers.; • . | i Price of Good Newa.iss cts. Reduction for quantities. Mailed post-free for retail price. Revised, greatly enlarged and improved new edition (pARMINA COLLE(JENSI A. This magnifflcent book has been revisd and improved the Songs of many new colleges added, and besides being the most comprehensive collection of Students' Songs, containing those of all me Colleges extadt, tt is one of the most attractive books for use in parties and ™.in *.H...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Tyim , County, aa^d Va^ety. , ~r--Wc are adding new subscribers io our Hst at the rate ot jyty per week. ¦ Musical Union sociable at the residence of A B. Burns, on Maple etreet,Frlday eyenjug,. JuneOth:' •'¦'- ¦ •-.'.¦• ,-u'- ?/• H -•;¦?¦ ¦" ¦¦ %.~^> —-~Dr. J. A. Bullard, of Wilkesbarre, has been spending a few days with his friends in MOQtrose. ¦ ii».» -r-sl -^1 r.i i- .•-¦^i':",T, *, a'jri —-Lightning struck two locust trees in F. B. Chandler's dooryard during the Saturday evening shower. --—Wean's Tempfranc«r= Prayer ^eetirif •.t/ii^lAj&e \& i& ti&$\ Wilpoit, Ibtft (wM^aayj^ftetebon^il^b'eiock." ' ——No. 2 Drum Oorps appeared on Decora tiou Day in a neat hew uniform of blue,trimmed with white. It gave them a fine appearunce.; ,.' ^-e- •' -¦ -y ¦¦• ¦ P^-- ¦¦¦' ;¦)•> ^-' —-The change of guage on Ithe* Delawawf Lackawanna arid Western Railroad, gaTesmpioyment to over two thousand laborers a/the rate of |2 per day. The entire expe...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

fp^piiiifSS ; .x^f.-iiao^tt^os*^.-,'.-— ,' «»> ' .— «ash Capital §100,100. j SURPLUS FUND, $6,000. To their WW. »o<l comniwHouf Bank Building 0a i : Public Avenue^ ¦'.. |. TransacU, thft bnsinew of MEBCHANTS, FABMGRs, • I. .--MAiiaOftieW.3'-:-' ; I . --.'¦•--. ¦•f..rr;"j ';;¦;' ,;. .•.¦.. ,;;'-...,-! ^pCOEBESWITOEHtt.'*; i New York, Ijwt National Bank: PhUadetiihl* Phiu 1 delphlaNaUon^BanV ¦*../w* i i WM.. J. TERRELL. Pemu>Wt N. L. LBNH5M, Ca»h«B, , ; ,., Montrote. I^rcb.a6,1878. rMPORT^NT ANNOUNCEMENT, . :¦!¦¦ - ¦ -.: - : • ,: '• C; &| ^. CORTESY, ;.::. D&T GOODS, i -' - ' • " * ?.¦¦ .-: '- - :—AND—:. ' ; . .j ,,--....„ .- .. .:,..* . ' MERCHANTS TAI10RING, ATOUB NEW. BTOEB, "' - 4 :¦¦¦- ¦ :'¦ , lo.St Court Street. We would rwpetfulty annouacetb tne public that we have remold >our new and epaclcns Btore.No 21 corner of Cour and Witter streets, and are fflline it with a oew stoci- If goods thai have just arrived. Our stock of Dre»s Qod...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Arrangement ot Halls. ' Via Rah.boap: Arrive). Departt • a^bannock, (Daily,) v.t.... 700pm 1S15 m •; VIA STAGES :: MontroseDepot,(Daily,)............. 600pm 620a.fi New MilfoM.(Daily,)... ...... ..r..1000ft,m 130pm ffvfllnsing. (Daily.) •••;. 945aim 300pm 7rfend8vme,(trlweekly,).... -«0()pm 800am 'nnklni8tation,(trlweqklv,) 700am 700am U?nchamton,t>ioS.Lake,(*r. weekly) .600pm 700pm «csWpen-(tr,weekly«) .1000am 400pm The New York, (via Montrose Depot,);Ne^ Milford, runkhannock,and Wyalusing are daily, l, ^^ TheCbnklin Station mall ruus Tuesdays. Thursdays, "rhc B?ngbamtbn mall, («ta Silver Lake,) rune Toesuv« Thursdays, and Saturdays. VriendsviUe mail runs Tuesdays,Thuredays,and Sat ""xilcMeshoppcnmailrane Mondays,Wednesdays, and Pridfty*-' ADDIT10KAJ.STA8M: A Stage leave?daily for Montrose Depot at 1 m.,and f^SwgeleaVes daily for New Milford at780a.m. %ndreturnsat380p.m. V F0HDBAM.P.M. Montroie Railway Tinie Table. Arrangment of Trains'.* To takeeflect on Monday, April...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

v Business Locals. At Porby'b Wagon Shop a fine Mot Plat* form Wagons and Buggies lull trimmed. Complete and jfirsicclass in every respect for sale cheap for cash! l Montrose, June 7,1876tf.- Clairvoyant Examinations Fbeb. ;..;/. There is no subject; that requires so much study and experience as the. treatment ot ctrooic diseases. The astonishing success, and remarkable cufes performed by Dr. Butterfield, are due to the gift of clairvoyance, to the life long study of the constitution of man, and the curing of diseases from natural remedies. Cures the worst forms ot Scrofula. Catarrh, Piles, Female Weakness, Asthma, Kidneys or Bladder Will be at the Cafferty House, Binghamton Thursday, and Friday, June, 29th and 30th. Dr. Butterfield will be at the celebrated Mineral Springs at Rush, Pa., on a visit, Wednesday ,June 28th, arriving Tuesday evening, June 27tb, staying till Wednesday at 4 o'clock p. m., June28th. ? Old Newspapers for sale at this Office at ten cents per dozen. ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

This standard article Is compounded with tbe great est care, j lta effects are as wonderful and satisfactory a? ever, [it restores gray or laded hn.r to its youthful color. It remove? all eruptions, ttchlng and dandruff; and the scalp by Us use becomes white and clean. By its tonicpropertijes it restores, the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing haldness, and making the hair grow thi'pk and strong. As a dressing nothing has beert found So effectual, or desirable. Dr. A. A. Hayes, State As«iy.ef of Massachusetts, says ot it: "I consider jit the bdsi preparation for it« intended purposes." j i j \ Buckingham's Dye, ! | FOR THE WHISKERS. ^ This elijgant preparation may be .relied on to change the color! of the benrd from gray or any other undesirable ehadjc, to brown or b a K. at discretion.' It is easily applied, being iiijmie preparation, and quickly and efectually uroaace|j a permanent color which will neither rub now&hoff; i ' I . MJANUFACTURED BY ^ R. I'. H...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

I I ,. I| " ! ¦ I-.... Comity Bofllness Directory. ~ .~t~~,—............-^-,^.-,-, .-..,-..¦¦¦¦¦-..;,..'¦¦ .''- •' '¦•"¦': Two lines la this Direetoiy, one year, #1.60; e«ch a4-;•'¦» dltlonal line, 50cents. - ¦ .. ¦ -...•..->¦- MONTROSE. . WM. H A GHWOUT. Stater. Wholeaale and Retstt dealer In all kinds of slate roofing, slate paint, ett, - . Sood repaired with slate paint to order.- Also, altto ,. paintior.eile by the gallon 01 parrel., MonOrose.:,;; BILLINGS STROUD, General, Fire and Life Iaioaace Agents, also, sell Railroad and Accidental Tickets to New York and Philadelphia. Office one , door east of Wm.H Cooper i Co'* banfc. L-; . WM. H. BOYD & CO, Dealeis in Stoves, Hardware, . and Mann! ctcrera of Tla and Sheet-Lion Wat's, cot-. ner of Main and Tarnpike, street. . ,,•,,• v A.N. Bullard, Dealer in Groceries. Provialona, Booto, Stationery and Yankee Notions; at the head of Pot- - . .IU} Avenue. ;... ^-.: - .<: ;!«• i,,-..tv :_•:,-: -1.\:--:'- WH.H. COOPf...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Decoration Day in TtrNKHiJNNo<K.—Editors op Democrat: The Decoration Day services ia this beautiful abd picturesque old town were conducted In the mostjoi'derly and impresflive manner. The immense crowd that gathered here from the remotest comers of patriotic little Wyoming, sbiowed tiat we who enjoy the blessings of peace and liberty, do not forget the hero-martyrs who' died that we might live. ¦ . | At 3 o'clock p. m., a procession was formed on the Court- House square, and marched .to ^ the cemetery. The Tnton Hose Of, P. O. S.bl A., Odd Fellows, it. of P., membe/s of the 9th Reg't of National Guards, Veterias of the late war, etc., all dressed in appropijate uniforms, made a very striking and brilliait appearance. Whfle:there the very fine Silter Cornet Band, of this place, played the solemn dirgeg for the dead and a cLoir sang fitting decoration odes. Rev. 8. W. Weiss offered a brief and impressive prayer, and the beautiful floral tributes were placed upon the grayes o...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

TREASURER'S SALE OF UNSEATed Lands In Snsqaehanba Cotrnty. Notice ls,hereby given that,, agreeably to the Act of the General Assembly of ttr Cctrmonvrealth of Pennsylvania, directing the mod ol Mllm? unseated lands, the lands of which the wa..aatee« or owners or the numbers civen below will be sold at public vendue, at the Court house in Montrose, on .Monday, the 13th of June. A. D. 1876, for arrearages doe and the coet accrued on each tract respectfully, unless the same be paid before the day of saje—sale to commence st ten o'clock a.m. ;';•'"* "!'.' "•'...¦"' Aeut; I .a- Warrantees; '¦¦ \ Cttr.ir* iftwii*.•f! *Faxii ABAIUT T*P. 156« Jonathan Ser-, ,1 XraKlctols . . : »8080 geant,jr.,pt; f ' ' '¦! --•¦---•' , 156J(f Jonathan Ser- ? -«? 8080 Wjeant, jr., pt. . .1 „.:.' , -^ . v '. m Forbes •'•» " ". B88O 801 , Jonathan Ser- . ,) -.••• iH ;„ WW geantjrpt f , 51 Deonard Sfone»• >-' \ « n ;t -" ; ««> ¦ 'burner;- ,. . ., J , .-..•;. •• ¦ ..•.. ¦ ;¦¦•-,i,.r ¦¦'= ¦¦¦ y ¦...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

i ' JKanurlng to Destroy Weeds. Jam m& §0tti«IurW , i Suitable food for crops, says an English Journal enables them to. conquer the Weeds, jln regard to clover* it was found that wheti the land was wholy unmanuredjthe weeds formed fifty-seven per cent. 4>f the en tire yield; but that the application of gypsum reduced ithe proportion of; Jfeeds to % peycentl Nitrogenous manures had very slight effect, and phosphatic manures but {ittfe more. We must not from this, however* consider gvpsum as an antidote ;to:weeds in general, since it is a specific manure; for clover, and gives it $ power to struggle successfully with. the weeds and crowd fhemout. ¦'•' ¦¦'¦' ** It is commonlv observed that.the first effect of large"quantities, of, barnyard manure is to make the weeds grow more ^igorousiy. This is partly. because the manure is usually filled with weed seeds, and also because the increase in fertility encourages seeds to sprout which, with poorer soil, would have...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 June 1876

Hour to Save Clover §eed. The first requisite ii to have a good field of clover sown on clean laud,\i*nd clear of weeds. This! will make all the difference between clean and foul seed. Some weeds are comparatively harmless, while others rijaymaKe years of. work to eradicate. The next year after-seeding the fieldl of clover let it be cut down closely about the time of its first blossoming which at the North is about the middle bf June- It mav be cut for hay or it mav be pastured closely. The first mode is rather the most reliable. A second growth will spring up and bear an abundant and^even crop of blossoms, which wilf ripen seed early in autumn. The proper | season for cutting is indicated when most of the heads have become brown. I There are different modes used for cutting. ,Oue is to cut the crop with a mowing machine, rake it into quite small docks which are to remain a few days tbe drying being assisted by occasionally turning them over, as examination may indicate. Ano...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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