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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

1 854. ¦' jj '''". ¦ •::•'¦¦ is^e,, j^acts Better Than Fi etion! -.{¦ '¦¦ .' . ''.- .. ... '. ''•. .".'.' 'THE POPULAR DRY GOODS £HD CLCIH.NG HOUSf I." ' ¦ €>3?m"; : S '.'•-'- GUTTFJNRURG, RGSENBAUM & CO., Is still In Montrose, lloing established nearly a quarter of a century, anil intend to be another. Are carrying the largest and most combleie assortment of Dry Goods, Ready-MadeClotblni?, Ac, *c, of onyolntT nnnlnUie County. Onr facllitifc? for bnyirig in large, qnantlttea of flro hrt.nds by the original r«'-k»ye*,an«*y having! residen- buyer constantly in the market.is auch.that it makes It almost an impiwalbililj for any new orold dcalm to compete with ne In prices. • M. S. Deaeaner, having just returned from New York with a lurpe ptw* of Reasonable pood*, bou«Mfor «<Sh at the most favorable raten, prices beine ed tempting that ho bonpht heavier than nanal, a*d mostly at urge Auction Sale?. We win, <an and ehajl sell them at a»tonlshingly low figur...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

K: S. MINER; BINGHAMTON, +;..-.. WHOLESALE DKALBIt IN ; . bronze Lamps, opal lamps, all glass lamps, hand lamps, ^ burners, wicks, shades, shade holders, &c, &c. JIM ^SPBCIAL ilTDUCBMENTS IN -/ •' - - ; :> ¦-¦¦:¦.::•: -':-•-¦ A ¦ ¦ '' - '-! •.-.-"¦ .' '¦ ' ^ , " - ?. . •' -' ! ' : . \ ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF TI3ST -A.3NT33 VAJ&A. ' &X' &Sl&X* X\T^.I* 3D. Prieet Guaranteed as Low as any House in SoutTierh Jfeto Tor/fc. I-. .• 'i ¦ ': ". .'¦;.'•'.-. - ¦'¦.".;¦¦ .:.: •..'. i ¦••.... . I Addresw l>r HIjBll Promptly Atteladrd To. March 81,1875. A* S. flllNlK.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

TDEST MOn I'llIXTIKG AT Tttti I.OW «*T ItATBg Wte are continually adding »ew material to one office, and with t»ur j , ' ••-'- - : i i : , . , ^ '^:i.' I ' ' j Large Slot* of JOB TYPE and FOUR Prlnlii.B Presses we Dofy OoraepeUoa , «-• t ¦'¦•-'' *% ' B«th' fn. Price and Quality, either ia Phrta Black m Colored Woik. BAWUSr * CBlWl*

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

The New Boy; , ; •'•T---'-- ¦ ':'•• .'-,. ¦ '[' . - '-':'¦''¦ -.' ,.: .:; . ".V .;>. He made his appearance at one of the Union Schools the other morning, and arriving ahead, of time, heprerented any frelings offloneiiness irbni seizing hith by licking thfee boys iind riding the gate off its hinges. He went in with thecrowd;when the bell rang,iand Mdingno «mpty seat; he perched himself on -the wood-?ox. When the children repeated the^'Lord's ?rayer" in concert.the new boy kept time with Mis heel, and when they came to sing tie argued hat variety was the spice of song and attempt-;^ t6 sing one of his own-—one about agehflenan named Dan Tucker, who.dreamed that he fas dead j and soforth. The teacher warm d him to keep still, and he replied that he^ould not come to that school if hismusical qualiflca: tions were to be overlooked.: "When school finally opened the teacher secured his name and began; asking Jhinj qutatio-ns in order to find, out how; he should be gi'ade...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Mr.Knott's Iiiventlou Mr. Knott was about tb sail for Europe.- He inliormed his friends'that seasickness had no terrors for him.\ He said-he had-an infallible preventive of that malady. He bought it of an old sador Who had been at sea for torty years and had, never been sick an hour. And.Knott said, ^ that when the steamer got Out on t^e ocean all he had to do was to swallow a couple of tiese powders, and then the winds might how, and the billows roll, for no ijCJun that was e\fer built could turn his stomaqh. . ..j.- •'- .. , • x r ';', ';¦ One day he stated he enjoyed himself a good deal talking with! his irieuds«wuilu filing down the buy, and as soon as the ship got out on the open sea and began to roll, he took a dose ot the preventative! Presently he began to look solemni ana then]he took another.. JLhur..a bit he said; bis corns j hurt him, and lie thought he Would .lie down on;the sola. Then a sickly look overspread his; face, and tbe.sieward asked, him it anything was....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

Aiii Unsyihpaihiziug' V«<cr. They; say that the politician wlio isn't enthusiastic in the. ctfuse ol his party is;no.politician »t alljiand this hiay be the inotivt* mental power wl'iich forces some politicians to extremes. lo a charter-i'lection held in a Western town, the-lothcr day, .enthusiasm ran high, and both parties made a'j lively" effort to get out the lull party vote, .^.bout an hour before the polls closed it .was discovered that the leading candidate on one ticket was one vote ahead, with no prospect that he could secure another vote.,, : The opposition palled its. full strengjh, but suddenly remeinbered'.that a .faithful inember " was On abed oit sickness. A carriage was driven to:his house, and Hie sick .'man's wife met the committee at the door. : "My husband is at the point of death," she sadly repljied to their interrogatories. "Couldn't wecarry-him on a lounge?" queried one of the jmen-/' "liemaynojt-livejtwo hours, she replied. "Couldn't four qJT u...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

yS :.- ¦¦'. v-j.- =-:-:. ¦ .;•¦:-,.,--. - ^...;". II. & W. T. OICKERHAN'S •_'""'' jSS'JEiTJU' ; ¦-;';--,;:'/'/' / New MH' .tordj.Pa., i ': Can be fauna the largest and best at-: \ : Bortment of Furniture (onslstfny of : ¦:¦:'- -' • ( i • ¦ r : PARLGRjj CHAMBER, DININS i : ;¦/ ;;:n 'ROpMiiAND HALL \\-:;i-~ .-¦^r: ¦:.:¦:I ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦. JFtJBNiTUBE, 'iy ¦¦¦ .;vl: -'-. ¦'¦-: i:vJ - ; j ¦ % *s-:\;:'•-'.'' .•¦-¦¦ i ¦-, -.; :¦- :. - :.to be found in tbe County, all new : '¦¦ / : and of the late t patterns, . ,;^ \ and-will be sold ijery. cheap for CASH. All goods warrantedaa represented. i. • .' I. : ¦ ¦'-' '-. ;¦• ¦¦ ..;.,..' H. & W. T. DICKERMAN. jPeb.16.1876.-4m. . ' ; ¦¦'..-,, , -,; .- Dauchy & Co." AGENTS 23 cleggant'Bill CUromos, $1 j 100 for J3. National. Cbroni < Co., 1 hila., Pa. H—Iw A OIIDIAOlTV A tep-dollar bill of i^'.wUnlMO.I I I 1776 sent free for stamp. Address Burnt & Co,, 77 Nbssku si, N. i. 26 % fiCMTC ^ Subscribers tally. BoVt liter...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

¦ THE WOMEN OF VIENNA. ' —r**— '. You can see crowds every where, arid, perhaps as splendid ; equipages, saddle-horses, and toilets^ as in of her places, but nowhere else can you see wornen so tall, stately, and robukt. manlled ^ witli that richness of color and glald ness ot expression which are the products;of| a fine physical organization. They are lor the most part decided blondes or. decided brunettes —Germans or Magyars—but they all'scem to be cast in the saW large mold, and invested with.the same niagnificence. In the vitality and affluence pf their charms, and the scale or their, ample stature, they seem to be the vejry women "that prayjj smile or dance on the warm and glowing cahvaa»ol Reubens; This implies, and is meant to imply, ih-H their beatjty i? not of .the-.finest order.. In that respect bur own fair country womeai^re, I honestly belie.ye, unrivalled, but, on the other hand, they are inferior in physique to these Austrian damep)-^ They may speakjpurer German i...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

NATUBAL MAGIC In Fnria, conjurers are a kind of artists.— They are asked to jattend festive parties for the general amusemeDJtw When the Duke of Wellington, at the head of the allied army, was supreme in Paris, immediately after ttie battle of Waterloo, he invited a large'evening party to the mansion he occupied in the Place Louis XY. On consideration, be found that the hojise could n«»t contaiu all who were expected to at tend. "Covijr over the garden,", said a friend whom he consulted, "and invite a conjurer to eritertuin the company." Tlieiuiit was tukeri ; and through the performances of the -onjurer in the garden,' tbe party went off with immense eclat.', In particular we can speaji!with'appr6batif.n;6f. the ele gafatly adroit performances of Houdin. This clever Frenchman!, who spoke Fnulish fluently traveled about with his wife, who was accessoryjin his entertainments. For example,he; would declare that madatue, while seated i»liijdfold in the. middle of the platform, ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

SPEECH IN WOMEN i - M • jWe arc told' th^t Socrates was instructed in eloquence by a woman. Were women admitted to plead In joourls of Jurisdiction, they would earn-the eloquence of the bar to greater heights thftn It j has yet arrived at. The first kind of female orators are those who are employed in stirring up the passions. Thesecond kind are those who deal invectives, and are commonly called censorious. With what fluency of invention jb ill they enlarge upon every little slip in the! behavior of another ! "With what variety of spice will they tell over the fame story ? We have known an old. lady' to make an unhappy marriage the subject of a months conversation. She blamed the^bride in one place, pitied ier in another, laughed at her in; the third, wondered at] her'in the fourth.was angry at' her in the fifth, and, in short, wore out a pair of coa2h horses in expressing her concern. At leiigth she made a'^visit to the new married pair!, praised the wife for the prudent ch...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

JEMIMA BROWN. §^ f^4p0; LAORA E. iilCHARDS^ ^ ...' _—-?«—.,...,. ,;._i; ;.'.¦;¦ .;. Bring her here, my little Alice---Pcior Jemima Brown ! j :.'¦].- ¦¦ . ,-Make the little iiradW ready, , Softly lay her down. ; ! j -..• Once she lived in ease and comfort ^ Slept on couch of down ; Now upon the floor she'Si lying—Poor Jemima Brown Jy/ £ / { Once she was a lovely dolly, Rosy cheeked arid fair, With her eyes of brightest azure, And her golden hair. ^ Now,alas I no,liair's remaining On her poor old cro^vn ^ | / And the crown itself is broken-Poor Jemima Brown 1 I : '¦! Once her legs were smooth and comely;, And her hose was straight ;;v ;!v And that arm, how hanging lonely, Had, methinks, a mate.j ^ Ah, she was as-finely dressed as Any doll in town.. < . Now she's old, forlorn and ragged-Poor. Jemima Brown j Yet, be kind to her, m^ Alice t . 'T'is no faultof hers ''< j f ' ' If her"willful little mistress 1 Other dolls prefers. Did she pull her pretty hair put ? ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

JEFFERSON'S MARRIAGE. '. ; ¦':!' j1- ¦ '.". The affair was quite a little comedy in some aspects, and endeijl, as all comedies should,with everybody; made happy. "Belinda" had been married many years, arid her old admirer wjas approaching thirty, when he met with a young lady of twenty-two wllo produced a strong iinpressibn upon htm: 'She was a little aboVej the medium height, slender, but elegantly forced! A fair comple-xion, willi a delicate tint of ihejro^e, large ha^el eyes, fill of life and feelingj arid luxuriant hair of a"ric:h soft-auburn, formed 'a combinations of attrab tions which was eihinently calculates1 to move the heart of a yoflthful baphilor. In nddbii n to all this, the lady was admirably gracefu ; she rbde, danced, and moved with' elegant ease, and sang and played on the harpsichord ve'iy s\veetly. Add sti 1: to the^e accomplishments the poss ssion of excellent good sense; very considerable cultivation, a. warm heart, and! a considerable fortune, and it w...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

U ^ MMM^M WtoMMW?*--' ; Theatteiitlon of the mders ol1 tL< ; ; :;;: r - ^ ^ ReaiHi ^ at.theabi..,. ; ptace.andalto to the fact tfcat^oo la boaght In thtfr mj : a: •,...., . ,: will prove Batiufkctorybocaaae, ..... ".¦.'-. f H€f Cllf BE j Bfl 1 GIT SEf IP Wlf H C1SI1S D Ff EltEO. The long continued depression la business circles call for cash transactions by manufacturers, and. good* bought clo#e for cash can be sold at lowprlces. To satipfy youraerres of this fact, whenat BlnghamtOn. cart and examine the general stockiof Furniture and prices at 16 Chenango street. - ; . , k*,*!,™. -[' ¦ ¦ ¦ .;- .-¦•¦ AVERY CROUliSE.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

• ''" ' '" '^' ' ¦' ' ' ' '¦,' ' •¦-¦• •' .-' ' ~ . ~ ~~" ?H. S I- JLQ()#W I ;.p^- :fl. &'ffl; T. DIGKERMAij, i • HAVE A PULL ASSORTMENT OF SPHli^O I33FC3T GOODJS. '• ¦''¦'• just Received From Xcio York City! ClOTMti.nilslCiPS.SGp - * —~—:b o o ¦ .¦£¦!&¦ AND SH OBS I ' WE MAKE; A SPECIALTY, • f Which will be sold as? CIIEAP as any fair and hoiiorable competition will wairaut. ? Our Terms areOasbi. Consequently we Bave. no bad debts, to make up for in the way of extm percentage. Our expenses are light, and £)ur Motto, CHEAP ! CHEAP t . ' j "v . - : ^TPlense call and see us, and decide for yourselves in regard to Goods and Prices. . We also have th« j ajrency for Mmb. DemobestV Reliable Patierns. ' H. & W. T, DICKERMAK. New Milford. May 10. 1876;—if

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

QREAT EXCITEMENT IN MONTROSg • h "•'¦:''''-.'': ¦ AT THE. j - /¦' New Store and New Firm weekI,; melhuish &;Mol The Largest Stock of DRY GOODS, SILVER iWARE. mmwmw®* watches ai iwiRy, Bats nud o«-jds, Boots r Kept in Northern Pennsylvania, and. 9Ixoes, And at the Lowest Prices. al pr'ces lower than ever known before in Suaquehan- , -»• a r» 1 r- r^ 1 1 ^ 1 f" r> x* na County. Not excepting prices before the'war. rABLt vUTLkH Y, \ «A'—i™-—. POCKET KNIVES, POCKET BOOKS, NOBB1IIENENTSI ^ ' , . ' i :?.. VIOLINS, STBlNG8,"&c, Ac. Everything Neir *nd Fresh at Popular . - • '-Prlcea; ¦,•'.•¦'•'¦•''. ... i ;! Watches, Jewelry, Ac, repaired by 3">00 yards ot ^sst prints In market, sold duringthepast _^ __^ «i!—^-.—. .' ___• two weeks, utft pttcepuryard, and gtlllthero Is more ™t ,'JU.. TlrTTiTiTHUICIEC, . follow. . --j! ¦ . . .. ' . '.,..¦.-..'¦ ,-Don't be deceived by others In trade who represent Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler, successor to-Isbell ourgoo^ls...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

FURNITURE, j, I MMMMM - ~4 ;.' I ..---'--:-*' ¦ • •-.¦"-' At W. W.imith & Son's ExtensiTeFurnitureWar; room you wlllflnd thelargest • ockof "¦"•-,' \ •. - •?¦¦.. , -¦¦',' ';-. FIRST CLA^S AND COMMOff J?B U Jbtl^r X>X" O'lkjE3 To he found In this tMBctufn nf the country, of his 6w» manufacture, and at prices that cannot lail to give satis Taction. They make the verybest exten|i(I)n;ta.ble& ..' lntheCoaniry,an^WARRAwTthem. 'XT i> Jtxo 1 m tory. XR7" o ac-is.--Of all k'nd* done ilii the neatfi«t mavner. - .-^ ^ .-v',,-'..- --: ¦ . S I3 IT. I 3ST G- 3B 2E3 XI S ok VAKioUS KINDS. ." .' .= . •', 'K ;. ¦¦/, .*¦..-. l»UliE^O. I MATRASSES, "# V/:^; ATOJCO'M^O^fMATRASSES ^ U N bl| i TA1C f#Q ^Tho atthscriberJwuinewafter maketu*. idertaKitig * specialty in hishuslnosf. ; HavtnRjutt completed a ifiEW wdthomtftftleMmtHWBfB jnae ffute.aU needing hit services will be at tended to promptly and at saU8fiwtory<slur|!e», . j I WH.JW. smiTH & sow. Montrose...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

]JJONTROSE STEAM ftfllLL: OATS FOR SALE BY THE LOA» fttthe -.'' STEAM MILIi FRESH GROUNdITraHAM FLOTWi; for sale at the STEAM MILIj. Any quantity of MEAL & FEED of the best quality, at the STEAM MILL FINE WHEAT-MIDDLINGS at the * STEAM* MIIiLWHEAT BRAN Sr sale at tne V ':s&::.;''.steam:milj4'. ,' WHEAT FL6%, iitESH ^feoiiNii, y'-;'',;.,;0;' "¦¦,,;,>aHlu';S1^M;-MILL./ ()LD WESlNi^2c6m lor so Qu aoebunt of the poor qnality of new cor«,it: ft neoeiaary to sedqre smU diet cork lor ee|(ij 200 bu.|t the^ STIJAM illlij Anything you c»ti thiiifc^you will4n« at the SIMM MILL

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

/J:" -•'• !''-!' ' \ .-.¦¦ <:-j¦;¦¦<. ¦• ^Fhe Grand County. Centennial. yihh IT BE v EXCELLED ONE HUNL^.'^,'D^l|)^iH8'::;HENCE ?>; £-v' :he; town/ pilled with people an^4Ll!^bl^ze with bands,j . '*': MiLm.Rir; :*citiG,,'- societies, ¦ .'.'¦ 1ND citizens. .- > -1 12,00a peopIle celebrate the one ; HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF ;' OUR NATION'S BIRTH. everwit- . We have anytime and rppace to simply al lude to one of ^W^'^-anaest sptctacles ; nessed in Susquehanna county without bjeing able, this week] tp give any detail of the grand County Centennial Celebration which took place yesterday at Montrose. It is estimated that from 12,000 to 15,-• ¦ ¦( . . . . \ ¦ 000 peojple were in attendance and the day was one which wil| pass into history as .well worthy of our county j and the occasion thatwcalled it forth. Fverylhing was conducted in order and with the deepest interest. The day itself was auspicious and Bands of Music, Military Parade, Oratory,! poetryv patr...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

\ MARRIAGES, RobIbiks—Worden,—In Corbettsville, May 21,1876 by Esq, Minkler, Miss. Carrie Mt Robbins to Mr David A. Worden both of Rhiney Creek Pa. .; Vo9BURG-f-M ahanna—At the Sterling House Me.«hoppenr: June 8, by Rev. J. S. Lewis, Mr. F. C. Vosburg to Miss Nellie Muhanna all of Rusell Hill, ;Pa. • . i Rifenbary—Bunkell— At the house of the bride's father, on Bunnell Hill. June 22, by Rev, J. S. Lewis, Mr. Rifenbary to Miss Eva D. Bunnell,: only daughter of I. O. Bunnell, Esq.-, ; •! ' ' ¦ i . ¦'••• ; X>Ef-A.Tjr»3aCS. Chase—In Great bend Village, Pa., on the 10th iust., Amasa Chase, Esq., in the 71st year of his age. ; "¦"•'' BuLLOCKf-xVt RuSsel Hill, March 31st, 1876, Wm. H.. sqn of John W. and Fanny Bullock, aged 2 yt.ars 10 months, and 13 days. Aiithur was his parents' treasure, - Weeping, parting, care or woei He o|ur Father's house shall eh ter ; Dearest parents, lev me go.*- The Markets _ ; v Xewlork Produce Market. i -__^—Repbr?ed Every Week Expressly foi The M...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 5 July 1876

PP :»ifWti f in CASH CAPITAL $100,100. .^;.; -vl jSlJRPI^S[;JFIIXD, 96,000.. .. :' •.; r* 3E2IVEOT7'DE3X> ;¦_ To their new and commodio'n* Bank Building oo -•" ¦•:.\:\\.:--.- ;PnWlc ATenue.1 I. /' '.'", 'i. i » . ¦ ' ' "•" ';••'• Troneacte the buBlneis of '"='¦¦'¦" IYIEECHANTS, FABIWERS, . ;;i<^ABd Others.- ¦ '• ,.¦ -¦!. "coBkESFOITiEliTS." New York, Sint National Bank; Phtladelphlt, Phflu ; i delphia. National Bank,' •¦ * .'. ':'';-i-—'— "; : ; '":" -# '•"'"' WIT. J. TURRELIi." PmniDiBT. ¦ N. U LENHHIM, CASarmt. Montrose, March 26,18TO. rMPORTANTP ANNOUNCEMENT. C. & % CORtESY, '""' -—AND-^j./: ..."; ¦ ¦ > MERCHANT TAILORING, AT OUB NEW STORE, No. at <3ourt Street. r ¦ . •!" '!";..- -' i " ... We would rc*pectfnlly announce to the .pnlillc that we have removed to our new and epaciuns etore. No. 21 corner of court and Water streets, and are filling It with a new etoci- >f goods that have just arrived. Onr stock of Dress Goods, Shawls, ...

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