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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

lift'. 1" i At ui i. i; 'Ti -' M 14 I'll I f I - r - " . i' i f. .' yw'il ' . -.-.iv J-i"- Sri :' i ' t .' '. . , v. ' r ... i . t..t-.r . '-.' f ' -ir VOL.5... ... ...JEFi? ".NO. 26 i L ; f--r ouma tun 1 - lOv .O.n .biw'f? ! - . f . . ... .,, I ;- . .Hij . I 4 WEEKLY! STATE JOURNAL, ..'V rubliihii Every Friday 1 "r. N.' C BTJRCH.. '' ' '' Term' of Subscription , Single copies, per year. Clubs of ten per year r 1,20 1,00 .I Clubs of twenty, per year . , .. . INVARIABLY VH ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY v ; REAL ESTATE BENT, O ' . W ' JEFFERSON CITY. MO. Buys And bells lands on commis sion, Pay Taxes, Hedeem Lands Sold for , Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. "T Office over White Janvier's store; High Street. . - dec.27 72hf- hysioian & Surgeon; 'ft Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. . - ' fap25-ly, Dr. Jl. C. DAirZSOXT, ' ' -OFFICE AND RESH)ESCBi' ' -.,., . ,. . ' Cor McCarty & Jefferson SI - . . jefferson birr, MO. i " Office hours' 8 to9 P. M. ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

II Tho Stato Journal FRIDAY. JUNE 22. 1877. A lull is promised la European war affairs. We shall now know what a "lull" is. The work of redemption goes no. The capital city of Texas tarns up with a Republican mayor. The MoDroe county Appeal comes to us this week with an elaborate statement ol the financial condition ot the connty. The receipts of the collector ior the year end ing April30th, 1877, were $73,929.85. Balance in Treasury ay 1, $13,656.83. Principal oi School Fund $105,627.92. Bonded indebtedness, $250,000. There is a persistent effort on th part ol a certain person to get into a news paper controversy with us, through cer tain papers that have no better use for their space. The filthy falsifyer and blackmailer is notified that he can't ob tain such notoriety at our hands. The construction ot a railroad on an air line from St. Louis to Denver is sim ply a question of time. But that it will be attempted in the next twenty years is a possibility of the remotest degree. We ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

r IN THE SWEET BY-ANJ-BY. ,.. Cannot but be the happy thought as tbe fbrtn nato recipient ef the Sockt Mount ai Tovb ist scans Iti wonderfully attractive page and peroiei Its rasetnatlng descriptions. ' Moat beau tlfully embelllibed with aew and highly artist tie engraving!. Ita letter-press a model of type graphical, richness, and the arrangement hroughotat eimplp superb, the Rocky Mow Tain Tourist Is worthy of comparison with Pieturetque America or The. Aldine-. It la written in gossipy, graphic style, covering de tails of the tour through the garden of the SouthwestJ (the Arkansas Valley, Southern 'Kansas), to the very heart of the Alps of Ameiiea the Rocky Mountaiai. Jaunts are made to all thu famous retorts of Colorado the remarkable ruins, tha springs, the mines, and, In short, to every point ot interest to tourist, agriculturist, capitalist, miner and in valid. With the Tourut, tbe San Jcak Quick keeps fitting company, and the two publcations are mailed free to all writing fo...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 22. 1877. Local News Tbe Narrow ' Gauge road, It can and will be built. . Got Phelps expected to return next week. Wheat harvesting will commence in this vi cinity in another week. The big and little tramps General Harding and Tennle. The narrow gauge is the broad gauge to pros, perlty. Everybody Is shouting himself hoarse for the narrow gauge. The mantles and grates for Mr. Busch's new residence have arrived and they are elegant. Strawberries at 50 to 73 cents a gallon at Columbia. Hon. John F. Wcilandy arrived in the city yesterday. IIclp that will make your interests, its inter ests is hard to find. A heavy storm visited this region on Sunday afternoon. Considerable damage was done to wheat and hay. ( The state and city have united with Col. Price to bring, to justice the parties who attempted to bum his property last Tuesday night. Six hundred dollars reward is offered for the apprehension of the parties who attempted to fire Joe Hucgel's and Col....

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

Y 7 f 1 LI v x '- V r- 1 THE B1Y0UA0 OF THE DEAD. BY THKOPORK O'HABA ' The muffled dram'i sad roll has beat - Tbe soldier's last taioo, No more on life'i parade shall meet That brave and fallen few. . On Fame's eternal camping-ground .;,"'. Their illent tenU are spread, , ' And Glory guards with solemn round " The bivouac of the dead. " - 1 Ne rumor of the foe's advance Now swells upon the wind. ' ; '.' No troubled thought at midnight haunts Of loved ones lett behind ; - . . ;", No vision of tbe morrow's strife, " The warrior's' dream alarms ; No braying horn or screaming fife ; ; At dawn shall call to arms. . ' ' Their shivered swords are red with rust, ',. Their plumed heads are bowed ' Their haughty banner, trailed In dust, Is now their martial shroud Anif plenteous funeral tears haye washed The red stains from each brow, And the proud forms by battle gashed - Are free from anguiqh new. '' - ; The neighing troop, the flashing blade. The bugle's stirring blast, , ' ' ' The charge,...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

A TOUCH Or ROMANCE. About two weeVi ago a woman called at the Leroy Home, seeking employment m waiter In the dinlag-roozn. She wu employed by Mr. Barrett, the proprietor of the hotel, and ahe remained until last Saturday , when her hat band came and took her away, claiming that ahe had deserted him In St. Louli , taking with her a little child about two years old. She stated to Mr. Barrett, howerer, that they were living In St, Louis very peaceably, but another woman won her husband away from her, and TftKT BCH OFF together. She then packed up all of her world ly effects, and taking her little child, started out to seek a Hying for herself. She took the child to her ancle's, near Marshall, Saline county, where she left It, and came to Sedalia to seek employment. Last Saturday, a man registering himself as Samuel X. Matthews, topped at the Leroy House, claiming to be THE WOMAlt'S HC8BAKD, and stating that she had deserted him, as de scribed above. Previous to coming to Sedalia in sea...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

1 Local Netrs V A STORY IX; TWO PARTS. WARRENSBURG HORROR. A WISCONSIN TRAGEDY. LITERARY NOTE8. JULY. I V Please lift you veil; ? The plaao ehsner Is In town. Hot tad husk It the weather. Nice evenings for sklff-rldlng. . The song of the harvest Is in season 8llver threads among the gold . ' Money no object. none la the world. ' "King Lear" baa the boards for the time. Charming season for swinging oil the gate. . CraTen Is up to his ears in boslness and Teg etables. Call and help extricate him. . 8nlclde prevails at aa epidemic In St. Louis r of late. ...-. John Finn ia finally Installed sheriff of St. Lonls county. The last heat of the reason summer's about Sr. m. Farm hands over in Illinois are in demand at IL25 per day. The circus has goneand with it, all the pare change of a good many. Hot, dry and dull but, goodness how the corn stows. Sunday's storm took from us our earliest friend in the peach tree line. There are at present 1,253 convicts in the penitentiary. - We learn with...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 June 1877

rBEJUDICE AGAWST.,TmL JEWS. .IK-.- i Recently in New Tork and estimable and accomplished gentleman was rejected as a member of the Bar, Association . Vfor no reason thai can be conceived," indig nantly said one of the leading members, "except that he was" a Jew.'.' Doubtless a few votes would procure the rejection. But the association is not a social club, and presumptively a man, who is an hon orable member ot the bar Is a fit member ot the assocation.' The leyf hostile Votes, however, represent the' jprejudioe. It is very old and universal. ' To the audience of to-day there is nothing in Shakespeare more vital and intelligible then the fer vent appeal ot Shylock to the common humanity of the world around.bjrn. The Jew is still separate, and the' prejudice which has pursued him'for generations is but slightly relaxed. The lines ot de markation are fine. Tliey are olten almost invisible. . But they are deep, and , ap parently absolute. . It is one ot the most common add most tenacio...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

I tate Journal VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JUNE 29.1877. NO. 27 llie V t X. ) WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuMiifciA Stitj Frldar - BT . N.'C. BURCH. Terms of Subscription t Single coplei. per year o... 91,60 Clubs of ten per year 1,39 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE A6EHT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxei, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Office orer White Janvier's .store. High Street. Uec.27 72hf DE. J2TO. S ATTTTiR, "Physician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. , fap25-lT, Sr. A. C. DJLVZSOXT, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE., Cor McCarty & Jefferson SI JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 a. M.,1 to 2 p.m. . P. M. Jan.lO-lv. N . DE W YL , SUCCESSORS T( MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET. JEFFERSON CITY M B. G. B ARROW, - (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. OFFICE 11...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

TIio Stato Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 29. 1877. $ The first shipment of pig Iron'- to Eu rope h:ia ben mi!' according to a Bal timore pa i cr. I'ivo tuns have been sent from PiUsHiM lo Antwerp. Is this the begriming of n iv w revolution P It npprfirs '..i I"" the cpinion ol some ol cui J j'oditi papi rs (hat thu noxt House o Coiigros i' i 'r' :.rn:t,izi'( on questions ol' internal i;ii;r-::v micu. Those in favor c ! :i pertain 9)' tcu will lie found c-ti one ti.Jc oi la . t1 'Kv, those opposed on tn ,o'!.if'f, ' m:. .'-j;;, tar jfctbe Hie !s co u'f.i 1. 1 i J lines ot Dem ocrat and !;. u1..!;. .n. It: ;i u (.'hi.-Mgo tire, no calami ty oi kin ! li . ( (iv-.i d that of St. Johns N. 15. 'J'!: ! 1 ! !i: irid of property is great. Jv:.- o': Vidi-'S hare been re coye' : d tl.u -' I li . Tne h'-s of property rear ' -i ;.'.,. ;; I'.GOC'.IWO. Another ahi.""! occ -.;; T: d-iy, I nt it is thought tlm ilu.)C' ...'j no.v, JDa.iv d.iyjmornin;, all cxtini-l.-lif .1. II' ; : k- t ie siiff.u-i.ig is goi...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

ADVJSRTtSINO RATKS One Mquitre, one insertion. "0 ' three inRertions.' 1 60 v one week w...'. ..j... 2 60 LlbarM deductions to thone who wish a quar ter, half or whole column 4 or throe, six or twelve months. ' 4 TelefcrftPb Kates. . ' B eiow are some otth o most Important changes t eleeraph rates to and from Jefferson City : 11 ' 1 Old rates New rates per 10 words rer 10 word St. Louis C5 cents. - 40 cents. Kansas City 80 " . 60 " 8t. Joseph 85 . " 80 " Sprinirfleld,Ma.... 75 " SO Topeka, Kansas.. . $1.00 75 Chicago 1.10 75 " Cincinnati, O .30 ti.00 New York 2.46 .1.50 Philadelphia 2.20 1.50 Fulton, Mo Sficent 25 cent California Mf 35 " 25 " Osage City, Mo.... 85 " 55 " Bnonville.Mo 65 "" 30 Tipton,'Mo 45 " ' 30 " Omaha,Neb fl.10 75 " Denver, Col....... 2.75 1.50 Detroit, Mich.... 1.60 1.00 Washington D. C. 5.10 1.50 Sedaha. Mo &5cents 0 cents ' Chicago and Alton Railroad Time Table 1 On and after Wednesday, Aus. 10, 1876 trains will leave and arrive tit Cedar City s for ows: M...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

Tho Otato Journal. FRIDAT. JUNE 29. 1877. Iiocal Nctts The river It again raising. Too nioch wet fortbe harvest. Polish up your ancient illver. Building ttill delayed more brick We noticed three fine threshing machines on the tide track at the depot yesterday. Call at the Journal office for fine work. Bank checks a specialty. Silver is much preferred to the old Cushioned fractional currency in those parts. Considerable of a draw-back in building arises from a limited supply of brick. The editor is absent in St. Louis, attending the narrow gauge convention. Twenty-five thousand cigars for sale at Showers ft Wagner's. Thunder storms seems to be prevalent throughout the country. Harvest hand are receiving 92.00 a day and board. .The demoneytization of favored in some localities. silver is strongly We must all pull together if we would pull through. The narrow gauge must be built. Come down with your 'fragments' of cur rency and pay your little bills. A disastrous fire at Marblehead, Is...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

v X' think that Narrow Gnt to Jefferson City would be the moat advaatageoue IIm to us By nipping to that point we bar throe oom noting lines to St. Loala, the Mo. Fecifle, and Cblcai o A Alton rallroada and the Missouri rivsr, besides tho advantage of a direct ronta to Chicago. But than If wa cannot get exactly what we want, we will hare to do, the next beat thlng.Yereelllei Gazette. ' ' RAILROAD TALK. ' . . . . . Tnose wno rememoer me rise ana progress of internal improvements In Missouri will at once recognise in the meetings now holding and the resolutions pasted by them a state of affalra not dissimilar to 1847. though the conn- try atfthat time waa differently situated. The terrible financial crisis of 1838 bad passed, the conntry waa receiving a very large immigra tion, giving ns a home market, while European demand for our cereals caused ua to feel the necessity ol better Inter-communication and more ready and cheaper means of transporta tion. The seed aown by the Whig party ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

bR. SCBENCK'S rt't.MOXlC SIRtjr, Seaweed ToniC, ahd Mandrake riLU. Tbcso medicines have undoubtedly performed more euros of Consumption thnn any other remedy known to tho American public. They arc compounded of vcgctablo ingredients, and contain nothing which can bo injurious to tho human constltntlon. Other remedies adver tlscd as cures for Consumption, probably con tain opium, which Is a somowlmt dangerous drug In all cases, and If taken freely by con trampllve patients, it must do great Injury; for Its tendency Is to confine the morbid matter in the system, which, of courso, must make a euro impossible. Schcnck's Pulmonic Syrup is war ranted not to contain a partlclo of opium ; It is composed of powerful but harmless herbs whioh act on ,the lungs, liver, stomach, and blood, and thus correct all morbid secretions, and expel. all the diseased matter from tho fcody These are tho only moans by which Consumption can he cured, and as Schcnck's Pulmonic 8yrup, 8ca Weed Tonic, and Man. d...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

i ' 3.1 Local News , ' , iViI 'J J to And a strong pullr r 'r' And a pulf altogether, x. WiUccrtainry fetch the narrow gauge, 3tj)w Price is giving the. street lamps .a new coat of paint. Work on the foundation of the Supreme Court building goes steadily on. HenryFlaiiBgun, Ecq. Is on a visit to tbo The St. Louis Drowns were Cblcagoed by Chicago Whites last Tuesday. ' The trial oftho Long Point train robbers bus commenced at Greenup, III. Messrs. Dulle & Sons ere building a new brick smoke-stack to thtlr mill. ' New York lias twenty our daily pa pers. ' TT'!. l.. i.' C m . . t .1.. M uoiu u miiib ui iunq vuli lu pum uci o unity tor St. Louis. Willi rnd'rps advantages mid bene flts in its countless trains. Supreme Court meet to-mor row, when it is understood it will adjourn finally. The St. Louis Journal of yesterday contained a complete list oi ttio delegates to the St. Louis narrow gauge convention. , . Tho children of tUo Southern Methodist Sun day School bad a very ploesant p...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 June 1877

THE INDIANS. Account or tub Massacre bt Say ages on tox Salmon Rttbk. Ban Fiaxcisco, Jane 22. A press dis patch Atom Botit Cits, says that the ar rival last night of various reporU ot an Indian oatbreak near Solomon river, are substantially confirmed. The scene of the firit mauaere if on the Solomon river and the tributaries of that stream, com ing in from , the northern side, draining the Camas and other eighborinzmoun tains. A settlement called Cama Prairie, covers the toot hills to the north of the Florence mountains, extending several miles northward into the plain, which lies between Florence mountain and the Break ing Down table land. Mount Idaho is about the center ol the range ol the set tlement on Camas Prairie. Situated, at the loot of the Florence mountains and about sixty-five miles from Lewiaton, is the Idaho se.tlement. Solomon river and its tributaries lies south and southwest oi Mount Idaho at a distance ol from fit teen to thirty-eye miles. The Indians did not kill ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 6 July 1877

f lie 4 f ZD VOL.5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JULY 6. 1877. NO. 28 oima ) ) WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL,1 , 'PublUlud Evtty Frilar 7" bt " ,. N. C. BURCH. . Terms of Subscription I Single copies, per year I'. 1,60 Clubs of ten per year. .. 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. , , HENRY NITCHY ' REAL ESTATE BENT, ' JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS slon, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Office over White Janvier's store. High Street. dec.27 72hf DE. JXTO. EAZSH, PIiysioian & Surgeon. (Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite .National Exchange Bank. rap25-lv, Dr. JL. C. DATJISOIT, OFFICE AND EESIDEXCE, Cor McCarty & Jefferson Sf ' JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 A. v., 1 to 2 p. M. P. M. Jan. 10-1 v. N . DE W YL, SUCCESSORS T( 'MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M B. O. B ARROW, (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) 4 ATTflRNFY A N II Ml NSHLfiR JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOU...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 6 July 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 6. 1877. ? Considerable activity is exhibited just now by both shies tho European conflict. A decisive engagement is looked for nt any hour Ihe tornado season is lasting a long time. Its track eastol the Mississippi monday was Jong and wide and was marked with earful devastation. T" a Doun Piatt, who advocated the assassi nation ot Hayes just previous to his inau guration, now comes out in his support. He is still doing his best to bring the ad ministration into discredit. Wo say to parties interested that they would better settle up the city bond mat ter with a new eight percent par bond with out farther ado. It will turn out best ior all concerned. The taxpayers will be satisfied with no foolishness about the matter now. The City Council held their regular meetiug last Monday night and by 'a un animous vote Mr. Long alone voting in the negative declined to accept the pro positions lor the purchaso of city eight per cent bonds at a discount of ten pe...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 6 July 1877

f A THING OF iJEAtJTY """"" Indeed and .Toy Forever, It the New 'fend Su perb Edition of the Kooky Mountain Tourist. 80 remarkably large bat been the' demand. for the now widely noted work the Rocky Mountain Tourist that an entirely new edition has been necessitated, and la just ready for issue. "While the first edition was an elegant thing, the second edition la really superb, and the Rocky Mountain Tourist In Its new form, royal octavo, thirty-two pages, printed on the tineit of super-sited, calandcred paper, hand somely bound with engraved cover, Is without the slightest question the richest and most at traotlre book of the description ever issued. All who contemplate a trip through the garden of the continent southwestern Kansas to the Alps of America the Rocky Mountains will commit the gravest of mistakes by starting be fore securing tlio Tourist, San Juan Guide and accompanying maps. Simply the mere request by postal card or letter, addressed to T. J. Anderson, Topeka, Kansas,...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 6 July 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 6. 1877. Local News ' Hot. Pluasant evening for driving. Miss Fannie Thompson is itlll at Clinton. A new enterprise at Wagner's bottled beer. Frank Read returned home Friday morning from Illinois. lie has been quite ill. Christ. Klessling, formerly of the Journal office, Is holding a "tit" in Carbondale, Illinois. Henry Flanagan, esq., returned home from the Sweet Springs, Friday morning. Bill Heidt is having a new front put in his barber shop. - The family of H. B. Hamilton are spending few weeks at the Sweet Springs. Tresident Hayes is being received with great enthusiasm all over the east. The days are growing hotter as well as hborter. Many people tind nothing to do but to slandnr their betters. Col. Williams baa returned from a business visit to Toledo. The foundation of Messrs. Dnlle & Sons' new custom mill is about completed. The Missouri has made a rise of about G Inches in the last tew days, at this point. Harold Hill has a complete stock...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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