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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 February 1894

K V r m s I fli yi v f VJ n efkiinrm THSBAXLYHERALB wtosacjmMw c jftxrM j fcfaa JqssijO hii r TO CCBBESP0XDENT3 AH Communications for this paper should lie ac companied by the name of the author not necessa rily lor publication lint as evidence of good faith on tho part of the writer Vntoou ono ttilo of the paper in a plain hand Anonymons communica tions will not be noticed The Heiuui will not be responsible for the BtatenicnU of its corrcspimdonts 133 UCD EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY MONDAY FEBRUARY 26 ASTRONOMICAL When the curtains of night are pinned backbythestars And the beautiful moon leaps the skies Multitudes of young men are in front of the bars Getting jags of magnificent size Kansas Gity Journal MORE WAYS THAN OKE A gold mine has been discovered in tho bed of tho Rio Giandu at Laredo and propitiations are undei way for mining the ore Thea U plenty ot gold in the Rio Graidi lor everybody living along its banks but tho only way to obtain it is to ppread the waters of the old liv...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 February 1894

h Hi to J I U W i 1 THE DAILY HERALD a RhMiNiscLisc Ox impe RlAL D A Y S IN M A TAMO EOS AVi ten for Tali IIeeald1 Ivgilisd was a thriving ljTlle town containing a pupulation of bom 4000 to 5000 situated at the mouth of the Rio Grando or Hie Mx can side and was the outkt lor tnd itamMicsiseippi department of the Confederacy to ship ctton and receive supplies through Mex ico It had some handsome two story buildings hotels stores sa I oons and gambling establishments which bid fair to rival the origins city from which it derived its name but today not a vestige of this cce famous city remaiup About two weeks before the 1m pciialists utider eomnnnd of Grn eial Mexia vacated MatamoroR two lumber meich iiit viewing the tit nation concluded to make a nip to Bagdad for the purpose of re plenishing their stock tit lumber There were two means of transpor tation namely by liveror by stage The road was considered somewhat risky on account of road agents but hs it was guarded by Hie Con tra Gue...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 26 February 1894

tr V k U2A fly j sc agara raafew lirtttfo WrftKiiHglMfriiMnMIrtrBft Valuable Information Brownsville Cameron Oomitj and the Lower Rio Grande Yalley Oarperon County is tho extreme Southern county of JTexas It is separated from Mexico fby tiie Rio Grenda cmjtne eoutb and Las ubout 100 milos of gulf coastas its eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 and contains 3308 square miles Farming and ntock raising are tbo principal induatriee of the people the location ciimate and soil being admirably adapted for both The greater portion of the Boil ib a rich Jaoro and produces an exceedingly hetvy yield of both cotton and corn tho chief form products Two and Gometiinea three crops of corn ovet ogiug from fifty to seventy bushels per acre are raised yearly while colton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all tho year and stock find pastur age without being fed or oueliered duriDg the winter Bat the Boil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Talley are by nature best a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 February 1894

I s < IV 1 lv < A t r rt jreE fOj i MEXICAN CONSULATE J R MOXhOE J II EDWAHD r Vailefert r i ETVTE OrFICERft Governor J 0e3 Lieut Governor M MCr ne Comptroller J D JlcCaU land Commissioner IV L SIcGanghey Treasurer V 1 AVortham Attorney General a A Culberson fiupt Public Instruction 3 31 Carlisle DlSTKICr AND COUNTY OFFICERS Oth district VT H Crain Congressman EUte Senator 2Tth district E AAtlco RU8M11 W J Keiircscutativcs 8j11i district IT y Kcnnedv County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney Angustin Celaya County Clerk J ° iePr 5 clJ6 bheriir Ejiorto Treasurer O Garza Assessor Geo Cliampiou CoUector J A Browne Surveyor Martin mason Hide Inspector C Tamayo COOSTT COJ1MISS10NEES Precinct So 1 AAJa p l recinct No 2 E Kleiber Precinct No 3 nS Precinct No 1 P Perez court meets for civil criminal and pro County bate business on the first Mondays in ilarch June September iald December CITY OFFICERS Thomas Carson Major E Fo5yhe T u ffiS r SKSS Attorney SHS Urooka Survejor irsseesor ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 February 1894

M fgaWSaatf r SSaiiiai mim rwinTg Hij THEBAILYHERALB fcaaanxmjjwugt tftj r ijiuijt iLjjiaxwi giueirM i5S4SStoi TO COPHESIONDEKtS All communications for this piper should be sc fcoinpanitd by the jiauie of the author not necessa rily tsr publication bnt as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Vritn on one side of the paper In a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not bo noticed This Herald will not be VeeponsluJe for the statements of its correspondents ISSUED EVERY DAY IISCErT SUNDAY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27 A yiuUUoiEtt is a congressman who has i ilcd to became a statesman Haying i aiscd 320000 for a railroad the people of this section should findno difficulty in getting the load built Late evidence goes to prve that in defeating the nomination of Peckliam for the supremo bench Senator UJ11 Biiceeeded in turning down a sound democrat Jack Fko t has ruined the earty crop prospocts of Cameron county farmers but they are already drop ping see J for another crop in or dcr ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 February 1894

rsr f ff m lftrt PWmir TELE DAILY HERALD Bli0W23VILLE TEls Entered at the PoctolTice browns villa Texas as secondclass matter TUSlKir PER 27 The por are always with us Tis so tie naying goes But wealthy people also Are often pretty close Puck Boumful bunshine tliis after Viouu This mornings rain has left a lit tic mud in the streets The grand jury will probably ad joiirn finally tomorrow A light rain and mist began ear ly this morning and continued for several hour Jack Frost lias done his wdrst and now the fanners Will endeavor Id do their best The weather grows warm once more The last norther hung on much longer than usual The Alice mail did nut nrrive un til neatly ten oclock last night ow ing to the roada being muddy We regret to learn that Master Kenriie Crneger has been very low with pneumonia and is still quite ill We learn from Prcd Truwit that the family of Mr Louis Cowcn has removed from San Antonio to Kerr villi where Mr Cowert has gone into business Quito n nh nbiTof ox ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 27 February 1894

k vS 5WSr3rP fiv > err r noii Brownsville Cameron Count and the Lower Rio Grando Valley fcftlEBON county Cameron County ia tho extreme Southern county of Texas It is aepRrated from Mexico bythe Rio Graude onjlhe south and has ubout 100 miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It wns organized in 384S and contains 3308 square milee Farming ana stockraising are the principal industries of tho people the location climate and soil beinp admirably adapted for both The greater orlion of the Boil is a rich luora and produces an exceedingly heavy yield of both cotton and corn the chief farm products Two and 8ometirao3 three crops of com aver aging from fify to seventy bnshea per aare are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all the year and stock find paBtur oge without being fed or sheltered duriDg tho winter Bat tho Boil and climate of tho Lower Itio Grande Valley are by nature beat adapted for tho production of vegetables and frui...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 February 1894

i f A I Y II l i r 1 guff ml h niff uMjfiaMmhHMMIlUia vol H j J diameter v Will alFO put up any other cia of mill he may ho < tiga ed < fur J2 E CJR5liYGTOji Santailria Ttfeas4 lifers toF Ytnrria and CJngou n ntEGTitY i STATE OrTICEKS J S Hogg XL II Cr n J V McGaU w L McGaugUer W B Wortliam Governor tlcut Governor Comptroller < Ijnd Commissioner Treasurer Attorney G e C < Culberson gupt Public Instruction J Muirlisle DlSTKlCr AKD COUNTY OFFICEHS ConOTCSBman Sth district 1 WnXIraln BUte Senator 27tU district Vw itu J ll Hci > rc3eniativcs83Ui < lUtrict TV Kennedy Countfaudctf Thomas Carson SuntylvorueV Auffusto CeU Clerk bounty 500 bhcritr r oSSSS sr Surveyor i MartnS c A 0 Hide Inspector COUNTY COilMISSIOSEKS PrectnctNo 1 VK Precinct Ko 2 v rarria Precinct No 3 Precinct No 4 1llf z Countv court meets for civil criminal andproi Jlarcb June bate business on Uie first Mondays in Beptemberond December CITT OITICEES ThomiR Carson J II Kluan CAForsytUo J 15 Kingsbury iFr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 February 1894

II J i F Tf taaaaiaiUiiaa Si 53 gg3as HM THSBAILYHSSALB 53 S8Illt TO COJIES0SDCSTi All ctrmmnciciUcns Tor this jipcr slarald l e nc om puttied by tic Sinieof th author cotntcessa HJrior publieslios hot aa evidence of good faith on the put of Uie tviiter Vrit on oae side of the piper In a ptaia hand Auanvcwo oomnsimica CB3J will u l i uoticid The JIerild TtUlnotbc r 5 JB6iW fisr the statements of Ha coRcspandenU ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 I HVJLEvVT lu Lent she seeks a sad seclusion io more a dancer or a feaster A dorm ant Bud but in profusion Of loveliness shell bloom at Easter Washington Star Laredo is preparing lor B big mining boon Qukeit Lil had her Caesar bnt his name wd Steven Tamc JvjDSpt eo cheap when it comes to ettKng a libel suit Sieech is nil golden in Laredo at present the white metal is not in it Those congressmen who have boen taking a rest from legislative duties have been arreetcd Tiie doubleheaded hnman freak who hasmade a fortune in muse ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 February 1894

JJ8il 11 l r t si y < UunrM mi taLU Signed j nrfirN Mi V M THEDAILY HERALD anexoitikg ciiASET IJROAVJSSVILIiE T2YAS Entered at the Poctofiice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter 9rEDJiSB11 FEB 28 11BOVT TO WW Pleasant wcatlur today CodfMi at Ce etjtin Jason s Subscribe tor Tue IIekali Pur fresh codfUli go to J agons Just received at Colestiu Jagous fteeh pressed sardines Tomorrow will be the hrst Look but fur the bill eolector TI13 Knights of Honor held their ivgnlar meeting last night For fresh oy6teis cooked in any Style go to John Abadies If yoti wint people to patronise you advertise in Tufc Herald The grand jury will make its final report tomb rrow and district court will adjourn for the term The eteaniehip Moigaii is dver tiecd to Bail from Morgan City foi Uraeis en next Friday March the 2nd The frost of last Saturday night whe not bo destructive as at fiist thought upon flowers and vege tables Much sickness is reported on the rancher ehiifly la grippe Muta iitorua als...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 28 February 1894

fr oabio ifclflfaatik Brownsville Cameron Conhtyanid Ibe Lower Rio Grande Vallty Samekoh county Cameron County is tbe extreme Bonlhem county of JTexas It is separated from Mexico by tho Rio i Grande onjtbe south and Las ubout 100 miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 184S and contains 3308 square miles Farming and Btock raising are tbe principal industries of tbe people the location ciimato and soil being admirably adapted for botb Tbe grenter ortion of tbe Boil is a rich 1jom and produces an exceedingly beavy yield of botb cotton uncLcom the chief farm products Two and sometimes three crops of corn aver aging from fify to seventy bushes per asre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all tbe jear and stock find pastur age without being fed or sheltered during tbe winter But tho soil and climate ef the Lower Rio Grande Valley are by nature best adapted for tho production of vegetables and fruits Vegetabl...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 March 1894

It 7 7 V PL IL Jjvernor DIRECTORY STATE 0FF1CEES Sent Governor mptroUer and CoranilBsloncr r aXcu G instruction J M Oaraale jupt ljiblic 1 DiSTBICtfAND COURT OFFICERS a3oncreasnan9th districti V U Crain 27th AUeo Senator district J resentative985U district T w Kennedy > nnty Judge Thoinaa Carson ftounty Attorney Anffustln Cdaya bounty Clerk Vv E Oieriff v > 5Sz2 Jr rSSS M Hide Inspector J gHogg M MCrno JTSTMcCaU WL jrcGSURhey TV BAV6rUiiun C Tamayo COUS1T COS13USSIOXEBS I JtPrccinctXo 1 I i > recinctNo2 fprecinct 25a 3 precinct No 4 w s s EKeiber F Garci > P Perei County conrt meets for citU J5J bate businea owlnefirst Mondayf a S June Jw iijeptembor and December crr officers r CTC w fe T3TS S Thief of lolicc o imStS frreaanrer VnmS ry JfrSeuU3j Attorney fw 1T < nro6ta Surveyor vnfn4 s Mkbcl Assessor and Collectori < ia5 A U S DISTRICT COURT the Officers of and the limes and The following aro trict of or holdingcourt for ho Vcetern places J S District Judgo Attorne...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 March 1894

p B V I 7 M THEBAHYH KAIiS Entered at the Poctoflice Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter TO CORRESPONDENTS All commnnicaUons for this paper should be ac companied by the name of the author not necessa rily ior publication but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer Vritoon one side of the paperin a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed Tnx Hebald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents ISSUED BVfiii DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY THURSDAY MARCH 1 It is but a etep from a high offi cial position to the lecture plat form Till insurgents in Brazil are gaining ground but have gained very little territory Sekatok Hills tnend Boss McKane has also made his mark in New York politics and will have the distinguished honor ot serring his state in the pen six years The death sentence ha hecn pronounced upon Prendergaet the assassin of Carter Harrison In this instance the insanity dodge didut work and the majesty of the law will be vindicated The gr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 March 1894

j55 L it K SL > C K i 7 I i t M i THE DAILY HERALD BIIOWISSVILLE TSYAS yaiErlis s j juficsi 1 8BOVT TtiifW Ballliy epilog weal Iter once uJorp Sue chngo E I Kiwo s uad toll A3 Giip pttiuiu me gotioiaily hn proving Wc regret to batn ci the sriou tIness bf Mi p Dear It jail city council pioccedieg l < > lu found in another cluifii Wungret to learn that Mi p Mrtin Hansen is striotisly il Tomorrow will he LVxfe Indt penleuce Day a 6Ut holidj Wd ae informed tint Albert Dean is Feriotiay ill at his home in HiJulgo District sdnrt juljorirned for the term today No butmesa of iiii porranee was transacted The papers received tast ni lit r port heavy snow all over the country even in Textfi in many plriccfl The Charripion tioltago oh Wash ington street whieil ifi oeciipied by Don Auiado Stevens Riid family ib being tteatud td a coat of fresh pairt Wo received a pleasant call thie afternoon from Mr Win Scanlan Ho informs ns that Mis Seanlan lias been quite ill but is nineh bet ter n &l...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 1 March 1894

1 1 they 5 will bei heartily welcomed lakSef t fiifiailo i i I i Brownsville CameronCounty and the Lower Rio Grande Valley CAMERON COUNTY Cameron County is tho extreme Southern county of JTexis It is separated from Mexico by the Rio Grande tfnhe south aud has about lOft miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 and coutains 3308 square inilee Farming and stock raising ore the principal industries of tho people tho location climate and soil being admirably adapted for both Tho greater ortion of the soil is a rich I aora and produces an exceedingly heavy yield of both cotton and coin the chief farm products T ro and Bometimea three crops of com aver aging from fify to seventy bushels per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acie Grasses grow all the year and stock find pastur age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the soil and tiiitoate of the Lower Rio Grande Valley are by natnre best adapted for ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 March 1894

J 3L f1 X joTernor Lieut Governor X comptroller A J Land commissioner Treasircr > > 1 Attorniy General j OSupt j 1dblic luetrucUra J JJlereit A L mgoria STATE OFFICEKS J S Hofig 51 II Crnc 7 D McCall W I 3rcflauehey W 15 Worthani C A Culberson JMCarlisle DISTMCr AND COUNTY OFFICERS SnTesaman 3th district W 11 Crain State Senator 27th district ttepresentatives 83 th district SOCIETIES dkpaiiYlkb lor Alice Toxsis UiilT at lho Grande City Mon day We1 and Friday at a m Point Isabel daily at J a m Mitamoros Mexico Except Sun at 030 a m diy AU1JIVALS From Alice Texas daily at 10 p in Kio Grande TriWeekly at i pm Point Isabel daily at pi Mat moroi Mexico 430 p m 7ATilJBORGS niBLECTOSI Y For B A Atlee W J KuBsell r Kennedy County Judge SlSStooStaS County cierry tS ECForto wS Hienil 0 oarza S fS VV V Georchampion v feurvvyor C Tsmaro Hide Insp r COUNTY COJD1I5SIOXEES frcMnctKo1 VeKS Vrednci No 3 3 l ez rreiinctNo 4 Conntv court meets for civil criminal and pro uaKfSon the first Mondays...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 March 1894

> > T EsjaS w r tr 1 ft V Lv rf THEBAILYH3SEALB Jt q t 9fy Entered at the Poctofiice lirowns Ville Texas as secondclass matter TO CORRESPONDENTS Xll communications for this paper should be ac companied by the name of the author not neccssa Wly for publication but as evidence of good faith on lie part of tlio writer Writo on one side of tho paper in a plain hand Anonymous communica tions will not be noticed The Hebald will not be responsible for the statements of its correspondents ioSDED EVERY DAY EXCErT SUNDAY FRIDAY MARCH 2 Bpownsvilles railroad prospects arc booming As proof of Ins patriotiEm Boss McKane nofr stars in stripes Waller Baker lias last cull ed hie committee meeting but his tone is uot very harmonious Piftteight years go today Tex as adopted the instrument which declared her to be a Tree and inde pendent repiiMic Mb Miller will eoon be on hand ready to commenco the rail road Of this there is no doubt how Will the people interested be ready for him The enterprisi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 March 1894

ncar fcv L POItELY t rr T i r TTrvrmiirVTti HIE DAILY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TS AS wmnjiiT jt sncis 2 THEY SAY That Philadelphia girls arc slow That Boston girls are chilly J hat Hip girls dwell in Chicago That New York girls are silly That Kansas girls all wont to vote That p ls are fast out We > t But Texas girls of this take note Of all the girls are best JIBOUT TOIiW Texas Independence Day Subscribe for The Hekald Justice Geo W Miller s again down with the grip The R mi hotel was burned at Lnredo last Sunday night Loss G500 Gardeners aro still busily engag ed 6teting out roses and other plants The First National bank was closed today in honor of the state holiday A few light sprinkles of riin f tll hero this morning but did not settc thodiUt A mntch game of base ball was played this afternoon between the public cclioul arid St Josephs col leye uino Tlie price of fish in tho city innkut Iihb again fallen They me now sold by ihc pound one pound costing 12 cents The Blue Club held a...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 March 1894

tit i Coipus Christi however a great in Brownsville Cameron County and the Lower Rio Grande Valley CAMERON COUNTY Cameron County is tbo extreme Southern county of JTexne It is separated from Mexico by tho Rio Granda onlhe south and has ubout 100 miles of gulf coast as its eastern boundary It was organized in 1848 and contains S30S square iniles FariniDg and sleek raising are the principal industries of the people tho location climate and soil being admirably adapted Tor both The greater portion of tlie Boil is a rich laom and produces an exceedingly heavy yield of both cotton and coin Ihe chief farm producer Two and Eometime3 three crops of corn aver aging from fify to seventy bushsa per acre are raised yearly while cotton will easily yield from one to two bales per acre Grasses grow all tho year and stock find pastur age without being fed or sheltered during the winter But the soil and climate of the Lower Rio Grande Valley are by nature be3t adapted for tho production of vegetable...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 March 1894

ft I 1 1 i t y P I f i s S i i VOL II JA Browne toll tor i Martin Hanson fcurveyor ovunvm Hide inspector COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PreclnctNo1 VkK rrecinctNo 3 x PTerez lVectactSoi County court meets for civil criminal and Pro bate busing on the first Mondays in March June September and December crrsr officers Thomas Carson TrofPou S Attorney s WBrooks isscsX anTcoUec tVrVVV IG A Michel U S DI31RICT COURT Tho folloinng are the officers of and the times and fc of holduig coirt for tho Western District of Texas Ma X U S District Jndge Attorney D H Hurt Clerk n r war e Marshal v TiiWdlcr thief Deputy Marshal Court convenes In San Antonio on tho first Mon ndays February and In us ne inBrownsviUo J on the first Monday in January and second ouday In June A and October InHPahO on the hr = t Mondays m April tober TWENTYEIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT District Judge 28th judicial strict J C Resell DisUict Attorney KcSa Louis Kowalski District Clerk DUtrkt Court meets as follows Cameron Couuty1irt Xondaj...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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