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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 28 February 1884

u u 15 HORTHCRAET has the most complete line of "Wrights extracts in the city, comprising in part the following: Mary Stuart, Heliotrope, White Lilac, "White Rose, Lily of the Valley, Tube Rosk, New Mowx Hay, Jockey Clur, "Wood Violet, Stepiiaxotis, &c, &c, &c. GENTS PTJRNISHING GOODS- I have now added a full line of Gents Furnishing Goods to my immense stock of Boots and Shoes. I am- prepared to give the hest bargains in Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gents Furnishing Goods and Gloves. Also a full line of Pants and Overalls, Ulsters and general "Work ing Suits CHEAP. T. C. McLXERXEY. A Clothing Drive is what Simon Rothschild has opened for the public of Abilene and Dickinson county. He handles nothing but cloth ing and gents' furnishing goods and of fers bargains in this line. -'Catch on,' and flow with the tide to the Palace Clothing Store. "Notice Everybody Rfcad. Isaac Shockey and Daniel Snider, of Abilene, have connected themselves as partners in the hardware and impleme...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 28 February 1884

"- -w.wiii TO COlZKESrOXDJEXTS. 1 All comman'catloiw forthlj paper iliould be accom. . OEctal by the name of the author; not necessarily foi publifcalfon. but as an cudence of good faith on the 'part of he writer WrS'e only on one Mde of the pa- pvr., JJcp-irticuIartyearefiii In giving names and datet to haw the Mass acd Hsnrcs plain and distinct. Proper names are of;en difficult to decipher, becaiut f the ratele. manner In hich they are written UNO AG ED. And eo I'm fairly engaged at Iat; In tho meshes of Cupid's net held fast! Lean't forget it, for turn where I may. The ring on my finger seems to say, "With its glitter and Hash: "Youre no longer your own: And yoii'd better let flirting and folly alone." K-.v, Belle do help me a bit, there's a dear. To empty this drawer full of relics here Trophies of last year's "season," you see, "When I had the jolHest times at B , .And no more dreamed than the man In the moon . . , . That Fred and I would ahem I so soon. He-followed me round, a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 28 February 1884

b FAUM AND FIRESIDE. An Iowa farmer trains his grape rines on elm trees, and claims im Droved results. Clucago Journal. Tough meat may be made as ten ler as any by the addition of a little linear to the water when it is put on boil. K. Y. Herald. To keep ice from windows take a jponge or ordinary paint brush, rub sver the glass once or twice with a Ut ile cold alcohol. There is no use in cleaning your ooultry houses unless you burn the old nests. They will harbor more of the -arious kinds of -poultry parasites than you can ever exterminate witha white wash brush. Excliange. Partial paralysis in a mare is a se rious matter and requires a long time to produce anybenelicial results. Give her one dram each of powdered nux vomica and Iodide of potash night and morning in her food for a month or two. Give the paralyzed side plenty of hand rubbing and friction. Chicago Horse man. A writer in LippincoW s Magazine ays that the economy of French cook- ing is sonicming 10 open AmtTitau eyes. X...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 28 February 1884

Couaty Treasurer Quarterly 3teprt. Showing the amount in the Treasury and the different funds to -which it be longs for the quarter ending, January 29th, 1884. The casa balance In the Treasury it $ 28,708 37 Compoed of tit following credit bal ances: suteroad i I ,5 County fund 12f2"S o1ohsod CUt rund' 'ErJS ZaterorfseCltyfnnd. , M-7 School land rand lf22rS Redemption fund TSrSJ County School fund .VI Normal institute funds.... "3 Fees on Redemptions Unapportloned tax 2,93.53 fl8.Ml.48 TOWNSHIP FUNDS. nmnw jui.a.1 Flora twp road Wlllowdale twp.... Lincoln tup Garfield twp Wheatland twp 44 twp road, Holland twp twproad... Chfvertwp twproad... Buckeye twp M twproad........ Grant twp........ 44 twp lnt...... 44 twp sink twp road Nowberntwp Jefferson twp. 44 twp road Banner twp M twp road Sherman twp...... ' twproad Hayes twp.. twp road Center twp 44 twp road Logan twp twproad EldtXtwp twproad Hope twp 44 twproad Fragrant HU1 twp twp Int.. " " twp road. Noble twp 44 twproad LiDcrtytwp ,...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

'--dr-y .v-- v - " aSf - V THE REFLECTOK. fJW - f , NW w4jlr , jj v.- Vi' T vii ' "VOL. I. .BiLEisrE, DicKiisrsoisr cottnty, b:ajstsa.ss majei. 6, iss-4. nsro. 29, -L- ABILENE F- b Kr SHEPHARD BROS. Dealers In Groceries and Family Provisions, Patronage rallclted. Comer -1th and Buckeye. !M-3m. STONE FOE SALE. Thoe -wanHns Bnildinc or Dimension Stone SHU, Step, Corners, Pavement or Crosinc itonC. of the bent quality, hhoulil call on the nwlcrMzned at hi home kj Sherman township. WM. Al'LT. W. P. SEEDS, Attorney at Law, ABILENE, : : ; KANSAS. STAMIIAUGH & JIURD, Attorneys at Law, ABILENE, : : : aNSA& CULBERTSON MEAD, Attorneys at Law, ABILENE, KANSAS. tST Will practice In the several courts of the State, omce In Probate Judge's onice, court iouse block. J. E. BoitEBKAKE, Pre. W. R. Dryer, Cali. FIEST NATIONAL BANK, .OF ABILESE,. Capiial, S73,000. SnrplnS, S15.000. C. H. I.EBOLD, J. V. ITflHEB, J. E. 11EKB&T, PTO3. E. A. HEKBST, Cablller. pr Our Individual Liability Is not ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

TO COKBraiPOXDEJtTS. Atlcommnn'catlont for this paper should be accom panied by thezutmcof the author; not necessarily foi publication, but u an evidence of good faith on th part of ihe writer Write only on one Mde of the pa per. Be particularly earef nl In gl vtnz names and data to have the letters and Cearea plain and distinct. Proper namt a are often difficult to decipher, becaust f the rareliis nianncr In which ther are wrfclcn BHODA FARRAND. In the last of these Centennial days, Let me sins a sony to a woman's praise: How she proveJ herself in that time of strife, Worthy or beinjra patriot's wife. -A-little-woman she whs not young-. But ready orwit and quick of tong-uer One of the kind of which Solomon told; Setting their price above rubles and gold. A memory brave clinjrs around her name; 'Twas linoda Karrand, and worthy of fame. Though scarce bhedreumed 'twould bo woven in rhymes, , In these her grand-daughter's daughter's tunes. Just out of the clamor of war's alarms, .Lay i...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

tl ft I I pj h h ( ro -vv 't f Aim AND FIRESIDE. A compost of good muck frith lime lias sometimes been fonnd as effective as manure, load for load, upon light and heavy soils. Chicago "Journal. If yon are doubtful about the econ omy of using the finest potatoes for seed try a bushel at least, and see for your self which will produce the most and largest tubers. iV. Y. Herald. Grocn clover turned under will in crease the fertility of land live times a.9 much as the same crop left on the sur face to ripen and dry up and then ploughed under. Western Agricultur ist. The Germantown Telegraph ad vises ordinary farmers to hesitate be fore building expensive silos, but the need not hesitate to cut down the ra tions of corn and feed more roots. Farmer's Pudding: One-half pint of molasses, half a pint of water, two teaspoonfuls of saleratus, one teaetipful of any kind of berries rolled in Hour; thicken with Hour and steam three hours. Raisins are nice to use in place of berries. N. Y. Times. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

$1 Abilene Reflector. Thursday, Mar. 6, 1884. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. uxe Corrr, Osk Yeak, ' sixMosnfc, 11.50 .75 Advertising Bates, Reasonable. B. L. PTKOTHEE. 8. "K. STKOTHES. STROTHEB, BROTHERS, Editor "'"' l'"Mtlirrit. Official Paper Dickinson Co. Higgs was defeated down in the Sec ond District, but tariff-reform and anti monopoly btill live and grow in this "neck o woods." Look at Miami 1 There she stands, towering proudly above the dust and heat, blood and slaughter of the con flict, with 10(1 majority for Higgs. Hurrah for Miami '. Home: hotur -weft, -uci-tlioiiii'' There" no place like home ' "Respectfully dedicated to all that is mortal of the gallant Sa.m.my Higgs. who is supposed to live in the Second District. If the (iusittennti Cuwucfrunderstand their opportunity, they will forego their perennial love for each other and unite in properly celebrating the victory of Farmer FrvroN. "It wis a glorious victory,"' quoth little Peterkin. The Kansas City Times is responsible fo...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

U J A r. fcv HORTHCRAFT lias the most complete line of Wrights extracts in the city, comprising in part the following: MAKY STUAKT. HKUOTHOI'E, White Lilac. White 11o.se, Lily ok the Valley. TriiE Rose, New Mows Hay. Jockey Club, Wood Violet. Stewiaxotis, &c, &c. 5cc. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. I have now added a full line of Gents Furnishing Goods to my immense stock of Boots and Shoes. I am prepared to give the hest bargains in Boots, Shoes, . Hats, Caps, Gents Furnishing Goods and Gloves. Also a full line of Pants and Overalls. Ulsters and general Work ing Suits CHEAP. T. C. McIXEKXEY. A Clothing Drive is what Simon Rothschild has opened for the public of Abilene and Dickinson count. He handles nothing but cloth ing and gents'1 furnishing goods and of fers bargains in this line. Catch on.1 and flow with the tide to the Palace Clothing Store. Notice -Everybody Bead. Isaac Shockey and Daniel Snider, of Abilene, have connected themselves as partners in the hardware and implemen...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

IMLME BEFLECTOK PUBLISHED EVEBY THUBSDAY BY STEOTHEE BROS A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGBEJJSIONAZ.. Is the Senate, on the 12th, Mr. Logan from the Committee on Judiciary, reported the original resolutions, which wore agreed to, relating to railroad lands, one calling1 on the Secretary of the Interior to inform the Senate whether any railroad companies men tioned In the act of May 7,1678 had failed to comply with the act. In what respects they had failed, and whether they subsequently complied, and, further, whether said compa nies had paid dividends, and to what amounts and what steps, if any, have been taken to enforce the provisions of said act. The Banking bill was taken up and passed by a vote of 44 to 12. A bill was introduced to authorize the construction of additional steel vessels for the navy In the House, on motion of Mr. Poland, of New York, a resolution was adopted directlting tho Judiciary Committee to inquire whether the act of the legislature of Da...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

'i P V f ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVEKY THUKSDAY BY STROTHEE BROS. A MOTHER'S GRIEF. "All that is left of mr darlimr Is hid in this little space." And the mother drew with trcmblinjj hands The drawer from its resting place, Aud I saw a baby's Kanncnts, Fashioned with daintv jjraeo Out of the flnet fabric. Edged with the richest 'ace. And tiny, brijjht-hued stocking. And liulc shoes, hair-worn. And broken toys, and picture books That baby hands had torn. She touched them with trembling fingers, Her eyea were filled with tears, -"These are all." she said, "that Is left to me Through all life's weary years. "These and a HUJo mound of ccrth, O, God, how call it bt! That of all tho treasures my baby had Only these arc left to me. For hushed is the merry laujrhtcr. Fold d her dimpW arms. Ann hidden beneath tho coffin-hd Are all her countless charms. 1 could not comfort: my lips were dumb; I could only her sorrow share. 'Why should I whisper r Heaven abov8, She kuew that her child was t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 March 1884

Minutes of Institute. The south Dickinson county Teach ers' Institute met at the Abilene school house March 1st, 1884. House called to order at 10, A. M., ly the district clerk, Jacob X. Engle. On motion, D. J. Kiminerly was elected chairman and Geo. B. Herr, secretary. Z. W. Cole man delivered an address of welcome. Amos Eshelmau, of Xew Basil, showed methods of teaching primary reading. Intermission. Called to order by the Chair. Miss Clara "Williams, of Ten nessee, took up the subject of etymolo gy. S. B. Goodspeed, of Oread, showed up the importance and uses of book keeping in a practical manner. D. E. Conner, of Chapman, was railed on to explain the benefits of holding school examinations. The text-book question was taken up and discussed by differ ent members of the district boards and friends of education. J. II. Engle, of Detroit, read quite an interesting essay on literary exercises in schools. The Chair appointed Coleman, Engle and Kraybill as committee on evening pro gram...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

r --,'" -v!-v 1. V w THE ABILENE REFLECTOK. , . i ' jjjraovY - j jte . r - H jl - VOL. I. A.BILE3STE, DIGKllSrSOlN' OOUnSTTY, ZK-AJSTSAS, MAE. 13, 1884. 3STO. 30. M SHEPIIARD BROS. Dealers in Groceries and Family Provisions, Patronage solicited. Corner -Jth and Buckeye. 24-3m. STONE FOB SALE. Tho-c wanting Building or Dinu-ii-ion Stone Pill. Steps C'orncrr, Pavement or Cro-lii2 stones of the ln-..t nunlitv, shnnld call on tin- under jisni-U at his home In Sherman V nvtiship. WM. At LT. W. P. SEEDS, Attorney at Law, ABILEXE, ; : : KANSAS. STAMAtGII HURD, Attorneys at Law, ABILENE, : : : aNSAS. CULBERTSON MEAD, Attorneys at Law, ABILENE, KANSAS. X3T Will practice In the several courts ot the State, onicc in Probate Judge's offlce, court house block. J. E. Boxehkake, Pre;1. W. It. Dryer, Cash. FIBST NATIONAL BANK, ....OF ABILEXE,.... CapIIal, 575,000. Surplus, 515,000. C. H. I.EBOLD, J. M. FISHEB, J. E. nEKEST, PTOS. e. a. hkkbst, Cashier. rer our Individual Liability Is not Limited, a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

t ! NEWSPAPER 1AW8. AnTWTson who Ufeea the paper regnlarlrfrom the ooft-oMoeVwhether directed to JiU name or whether hels subscrUeror not. Is responsible Xorthe pay. The court hare decided that refusing to take nem nirsorDcriodicaI from the post-office, orremor E?a?d IcivSs thrtn uncalled lor. Is prima fade eTl draceof isrofxioifxi- itiaud. HER B APPIER LOT. To that stranffo city on the hill My heart by its great Borrow led "With prievings that no faith could still, I came, my gift of flowers to spread, My tears to shed. Ik, in that city Btrange and fair, "Whose restful paths to-day I trod. Lay like a blessing everywhere. On shaded street and flower-strewn sod, The peace of God. Afar, the river, like a thread Of silver, poured, and farther down lay fields that had been harvested: And autumn leaves, red, gold and brown. Made earth a crown. And farther still, a city where Men go about with smiling eyes The while their sonls great burdens bear; And minjrled moans and songs and sighs Fr...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

I ., NEWS NOTES. Ten towns in .Kingston, X. T., voted no license. The Sheriff is in possession of the Gazette office, at Davenport, Iowa. There is considerable excitement and un certainty in the coal oil market The cable report of a combination of European Powers against Great Britain is pronounced false. It is reported that "W. B. Cash, the des perado of South Carolina, has taken to the swamps of theTcedee River. An effort is beine made to erect a monu ment to Red Jacket, the noted Indian chief of former days at Waterloo, X. Y, The examination of Jud Crouch and Dan Ilolcomb for the murder of the Crouch family, has begun at Jackson, Jlicli. The German Minister at Washington has received the rejected Lasker resolutions and Bismarck's letter accompanying them. Prince Krapotkme has asked to be allowed to remain at Clairvaux as beine near Paris. He will then be able to obtain scientific docu ments to assist him in his researches. The Italian ambassadors are instructed to confer with the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

IV r 4 Abilene Beelectoe. Thursday, Mar. 13, 1884. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OJfE Com', ONK YKAK, : . : . : . : $LS? " SlXMo.NTHS, " Advertising Rates, Reasonable. B. L. STKOTOKn. si. K. STKOTHKR. STROTHEE. BROTHERS, Ktfitor '!'' i'tihlinhrr. Official Panel' Dickinson Co. If not now. when will the republican party consent to a reduction of the war tariff? The total number of acres of railroad grants -which have been declared for feited by the House is 00.000,000. This seems to be a pretty big democratic 4 4 blunder. " ' In speaking of the adoption of a pro hibitory law by the Legislature of Iowa, the Manhattan Nationalist says "it is a glorious record for the party of prog ress, and is another evidence that pro hibition is soon to be everywhere a per manentplank in Republican platforms." The democratic state central commit tee is called to meet in the parlors of the Copeland hotel, Topeka, on Wed nesday evening, March 26th. .V num ber of prominent democrats throughout the State will me...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

I 8 i R r Teacher's Examination at the Abilene public school building, Saturday, March 29th, 1884. Commenc ing at 9 o'clock, a. m. D. D. IIORXADAY, CO. Slipt. NORTHCRAFT has the most complete line of Wrights extracts in the city, comprising in part the following: Mary Stuart, JIkltotroi'k, White Lilac, White Hose, Lily of the Valley. Turk Rose, Xew Mown Hay, Jockey Clvh, "Wood Violet. Steimiaxotis. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. 1 have now added a full line of Gents Furnishing Goods to my immense stock of Boots and Shoes. I am prepared to give the best bargains in Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Gents Furnishing Goods and Gloves. Also a full line of Pants and Overalls, Ulsters and general "Work ing Suits CHEAP. T. C. MeLVERXEY. A Clothing Drive is what Simon Rothschild has opened frtr the public of Abilene and Dickinson county, lie handles nothing but cloth- ' ing and gents; f urnishing goods and of- fers bargains in this line. "Catch on. ' ; and How with the tide to the Palace ' Clothing Store....

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

ABILENE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBX. THURSDAY BY STEOTHEE BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS; Cleaned by Telegraph and Mall CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate, on the 3rd, passed a num ber of bills authorizing the construction of public buildings, not to exceed for Eite and building the amounts following: Carson City. Kev., $100,000; Waco, Tex., S100.000; San An tonio. Tex., $100,000; LaCrosse, Wis., $100,000; San Francisco, Cal., $400,000; New Albany, Jnd., $100,000; Winona, Minn., $100,000; Oskosh, Wis., $100,000; Fort Smith, Ark., $100,000; Nebraska City.Neb, $75,000; Pueblo, Col., $200, 000; Fort Scott, Kas., $100,000. The resolutions expressive of regret of the House at the death of Mr.Haskell, late Representative of that body from Kansas, was laid before the Senate In the House, Mr. Randall, under instructions of the Committee on Appropriations, reportod back a letter from the Secretary of the Treas ury, relative to the rebate on tobacco. The House Committee on Appropriations agreed to report adversely...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

I? L ( K 1 in V ABILEM EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHEE BEOS. A LEAP-YEAR MISSIVE. "A woman's lot is rather hard, Since she by custom Is debarred From making such advances As will her happiness secure Ihroujrh life, and render her secure Prom conjugal mischances." Thus said a maid, who sat apart And held communion with her heart That thrilled and throbbed with passion. -Now turn about is but fair play: And beaux and belles should hare their day, Not in one-sided fashion. -'For I must stay at home each eve, And with serenity receive, Alas! Tom, Dick and Harry, When there's but few of all the crew I really like, and not one who I'd ever wish to marry! While there Is Jack, who stands apart tProm all the rest who seek my heart, A timid, bashful fellow. Who ne'er has spoken unto mo One tender word; yet 1 can sco lift's jealous as Othello! -"'TJsLeap-Ycar! Woman has a chance Her heart's best interests to advance, By making leg-al tender. Her honest love she can display Jfor ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 March 1884

??, Tilden Will 2ot Eefuse. Gen. Clunie, a prominent California democrat, recently paid a visit to ex Prea. Tilden. Upon liis return he gave the following account of his interview to a San Francisco reporter: "You see, when I went east I was de termined that I would hear from Mr. Tilden's own lips just how he stood on the presidential question. Quite a number of prominent democrats here had sent letters to Ir. Tilden, telling him I was coming. On my way I went into Wisconsin, Iowa and Connecticut I have relatives there and into But lers kingdom that's Massachusetts and nine out of every ten of all the dem ocrats I met wanted Tilden and Hen dricks over again. When I got to Xew York. I sent my card around to Mr. Til- iIpti lint lip. was OUt- SO I Went Ollt. "When I got hack I found a note saying that Mr. Tilden was waiting to see me. I went right around there, and found that after waiting an hour he had gone out for a drive. Just after I arrived he returned, and I watched him get out ...

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