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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

THE; ; INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JUNE 9, rl874 r 5 1 THE LITTLE BOOT. Immpty, stumpy and old, With mended to and flattened heel, Kver worn-fty Utile f'toU "Within toe children's room The widowed motht-r stands, . Sim tmtilnic with misty eye O a little boot in htr bands. arefally laid away- ' ' With a mother's yearnln care, . re tSs with which ine children played. " The clot hM they used to wear ; With loving, looKtng heart Iler axe U back want cast. As sbe aof'ly 11IU the little boot From the stUlntas of Hie past. She" sees a little boy ' Thrust out a chubby foot, And bears his happy lauSh and bhout At alght of his first boot; And, trudging down the road, Htuobln grass, and leaves and root, Kheseea again the solid form Of the little man in tools. A eonquerer of the day. He made the soft air ring. Amid the shoeless lad at school. The boy in boots was King. . the still nes of the room ' Where the children used to plaj ! O, the Hileneeof the empty house Since the children went aw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINELS TUESDAY, JUNE(9; -1874.n 1 THE DAFFODIL. BY MARIAN IX)CLAA. - The eold.'cold winter! Oh. It seemed , As If 'twould never ro! ', The frosty ferns, nnmelted, gleamed -linng days npoa the window-pane; Tne white drifts fill the farm-hounelane, - And &11 the road were blocked with snow; ' And through the bare elm. on the bill. ' The north wind whistled loud and shrill. Bat now 'tla pa-it? 'tis May at last And lot the Daffodil: Pweet flower of promise! welcome back ! For where thy b.oom I see, Hope whispers with her south wind's voice, Had heart! look forward and rejoice In brightness yet to be ! Lite's dreary winter lingers late. iiui spring will come in patience wait! NEWS AND GOSSIP. The population of Little Kock In 1870, was yutdown at 12,500, and it Is now about 16, COO. The monument to the mother of Washington, at Fred rick sburg, is to be completed at a cost ot ?12,0"U. . I The lion. Samuel F. Hunt, of Cincinnati, will deliver the annual addr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

THE: INDIANA? 8TATE SKNTINELI TUESDAT; JUNB. 1374 FARMERS' SOCIETIES. GREENE VS. GRANGE. ARRArOSMKNT OF THK PATRONS OF HXT8BASDRT ABSTRACT OP- MB. CHA! W. OREKSK'S ADDRESS AT 8 TRACTS ft W. T. SrRACCiB, Jane 3. About tare handled -delegates attended the session to-day of the Anti-eecret Society Association. Prot Blancbard reported an sot of incorporation under the law of Mlnois. The name adopted waa tre National Christian Association, and the objects declared to be the exposure, lesiatano and extermination of all aecret societies, Free Masonary particularly, and all other anti-ebristian and anti-repub-lican äffendes Ii- L Roberts, of Illinois, was chosen rresident.and tb.9 vice presidents elecU include John M. Round, of Ohio; 6. JM Irwin, of Indiana; J. IS. l3ucknaiier,oi towioi 3. W, Needles, OI Missouri; a. j. cnitteii den, of Wisconsin; 8. B. Allen, of Illinois; fieorge Kipp, of Michigan; E. Aaron Floyd, of Pennsylvania; P. Ii. Chamberlain, of Washington Territory; Owen - Cravatc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEITUKSDAY- JUNE 9, Vtil 8 E VY GOODS Oor stock of Dry Ooods, Mllltaery and Notions - n mrinif mid iiiminfr is now very mil "u niu' Th purchases were made by Mr, Ayre In person, who remain in New York the entire hmoq and boys only when the roods an. tv..rirhtkimi nd aiiality. and the prices are k w.r. inwMt thai rh can obtain. To farm .Mind mechanics we can ofiVr the best Roods . (K. markot ftt BrieM U lO SS QT hOUSe In k wem. od thaw very few boose can dupll- . atCd. . Come and see for yourself. L. S. AYBES it CO:, Trade Palaco. Indianapolis. Cä-KtAUR LISIJIE-NTS Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal burns, and, will eure rheumaiism, spavin, and any flesh bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper is for family use, -the Yellow Wrnpper for animal Price 50 cents; large bgitles, SI. CbildrB fry for smtwri. Pleasant to uiiK-A rxrfint snbniituie for tastor Oil. but more etrcacioua ln regulating tte stomach ami bowel. DEY GOODS POR THE .MILLION. Spring and Summerstoc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

( t : r" : : : . - V YOL. XXIII-lsO. 45. 'AN AUDACIOUS ROBBERY ' . ; A DAYLIGHT SURPRISE. - : A SEA CAPTAIN DBCOOKD AJCD PLUÄOEBED . . IN 5EW TOBK A 8I2COCLAR CKIMB. Th York Herald gives the particuUrs of the ' Anderson, robbery of Thursday last: Charles Anderson, a retired sea captain, aettled down in this city and tom nrord in business. ' For over fifteen years he bad been captain of Swedish merchantmen and in that capacity has visited nearly every corner of the globe. The purchase of rough, uncut diamonds Lecame always with him a sort of an enterprise, and, as he passed the diamond regions very 'frequently, "he' made '.'many investments. , In . Africa he . traded with the natives a -on . .many occasions, always for the sparkling gems, and in time had accumulated some 375 excellent specimens of African diamonds, though in their normal state. Visiting Ceylon, in India, and the coast of Brazil, he made similar purchases of rough diamonds, so that by the time ne arrived in this city,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

( I 1 TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JUNE 1G, 174. MAXIMUM ADKUAIDK PBOCTXI. I bold him -rat who, for IxrV Can five with generoua, earnest will. Yet he who Uses for Lov's swaet ; I think I ho:d more g-nerous ul. 1 bow be'ore the noble mind , - - That free'y some great wrong forgives, Yeiobler Is the one forgiven. . - r Who van ths burden weil and Htm.'. lt may he brdtoglD, and still - To keep a lowly, steadfast heart .Yet be woo loses bos to fill . l-' A harder and trues part. . . -: tifwloas It Is to wear the crown t ' Of a deserved and pore success; .', ils who know how to tail baa won -, A uoa whose lastrei not less. " I' i : i f . i. . . ''Great may he be wh"can command a ,4 ' And role with Ja and tender war; ;i Teil Wvlner wisdom lauBht ' 7 1 , t ' - f -1 BIened are those who die for God. . i And earn the martyr's crown ot tight; t, r i i ;Yet he who Uvea for od may be . , . ": A greater conqoerer In Ills sight r;," t ' i I GENERAL. NOTES. "' ; ' tH fcr n U sh i rmd ' fHT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL., TUESDAY. JUNE 16,. 1874. i.M.: ; 1 , AN IDYL OK THE SEA. . BT AUSTINE. "" Heavily, mournfnl'y, sobbed the sea. ' -' Hiding his face in miit of gray; Bobbed and stormed at his destiny, Through me livelong night to the dawn o v. . ' v. , ' .... Fiercely be beat on the silent shore ; Fiercely be cried to the cruel fate , That left him com forties evermore, - That left him loveless without a mate. Tili oat of the mlstTlike a pallid nun, A spirit fair, of his sorrow born.. . .. Atom on the wings of the rising sun, . To the aapphire gate of the golden morn. Like a tear shehung in the azure eye i .; f Of the shining day till the evening hour,.., ( Then fell a s;em rom the Jeweled sky , A drop of dew In the heart of a flower.' ' .t -v - - .5 - ,' ' In the blossom's booi she Uy and slept. Like a Uny parte from a shattered star. Till waking, down to the ground she erept, - And weeping sought for her love afar. . , . Little by Utile her current grew; -Swifter and s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

THE INI) L AS A. SI AXE SEKXINEI-T VESD AYrJUNE -101874. -t, - TUESDAY, JUNE 16. It wont do to make Americans the text for all tbe sermons preached on imperfect liv ing. I; is the common understanding that owing to tin ambition, the average American is a creature bf weak r-h yskjue and abort life. The statistics tell another story. A compari ton of the death-rate of England and this country Is favorable to the latter as to the average longevity of all classes. . Among our statesmen, John Quincy Adams bad reached the venerable age of 81 ' before be was stricken down. Ol John Adam and Thomas Jefferson, both dying on the same Jav. the former died at the age of 91, and the latter at S3, while Harrison and Tyler were both well advanced in life. Of late statesmen, however, the showing is perhaps not o favorable, Horace Greeley died in his 21 year, Salmon Chase in" his ,66th, and Charles Sumner had nearly completed his 43J year. Indeed, among our greatest law lawyers and jurists, long life...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

THE INDIANA- STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. JUXE.10.UH74; 5 - - STOLEN' LOAVES. "She stood at the bar of Justice, A ereature wan and wild. In form too mall for a woman, - In fwavtnre too old for child. For a look so worn and pathetic Wh stamped on her pale young face, It sejined long years or suffering . J ' Ma a have left that silent trace. i i "Your nams," aald the Judge, as he eyed her With kindly look, yet keen, "Is" "Mary McGnire, U yoa please, sir." And yoaiage?" "f am turned fifteen; "Well, Mary" and then from a paper He slowly and gravely read "You are charged here I am sorry to say It With stealing three loaves of bread. "You look no', lite an offender. And I hops that you can show The charge t be false. Wow. tell me, Are you guilty of this, or not" A passionate burst of weeping wa at first her sole reply. Bat she dried her tears la a moment. And looked In the Judge's eye. 44 1 will tell you Just how It was. sir; My fatbar and mother are dead. And my little brothers and sisters . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: TUESDAY JUNE 16; 1874. ttUSET AKTKK A HOWt:. Over ttflMU topsi TD! uiwa fold. . Like blood -stained bannf rs within theory. BnOded wItnrerimon and rriued witii Jn a Reft of Oer auU tps . ciood. Ue. : i i ; S . J i ? Down la the valley thesluintrous trees r.oop, heavily Jsweu-d mvtj aiW-u im; Ani a picv-cenied.trenuu.ma treeitf , , in risjles erosseMae beuoicg jtriii, ; The windln river, Uk silver. glu Through dreamy vi;ai ifcjv'. melt od rade. And the sunlh-nt, falling In H'.antiog beams. 8trikes deev in the btf.rt of the forest fc shade. On diatantplaudVtbe loi?y pins ' ' " Is ringt-d with purple iia bound with fire; The stoncsin the eharch-ywJ glance und shine, Amd the weather-vane ! a guued wir. Thetapertn? cedaMika,H-a, hhof-out of tbe clnf. when- Staad revealed ' The tooAj lerJste; and tri herd appear L-fJte spots of color within the flWd. , ' y - ' And thebruUled bann i- of clond are seen To fiercer txirn,as with endden shame; Wile the vtUJ btilowr ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JUNE 1G. 1874. OVER THE BORDER. . THE ILLINOIS FARMERS. A LAROB QATHERIJKa A VARIETY OF VISWa . THBJPUATFOR4I. SPRixariKLD, ILL.; Jaue lö.-The tat farmers' convention met afc 10:30 o'clock thl morning. In the hall of the house of representatives The meeting waa called to order bv Wfllard A. Flags?, chairman of the advia cry board.. J. M. Allen of Henry coo nty, was elected temporary chairman, and o. c. uleVaad.TbomaM Wolf secretaries. A commiite-oneredentiala. consisting of one from eaob coner eawoiukl district, was pJomted,' Amo the number were Joph Green hart and J. O, Matthew, both leading, member, oi the ChicagoWorkiDgmenA. sedation, and the loriuer was aiao the committee on; permanent .orjranlzation and oTtesolntlooa. After the election pf these committeea the conrentionadjourned tinUl "o'clock in the large ssunJbar f delegate preeent, nearly averr county being represented, and there fH Sa?-!7 great ' crowd ot spectator The oonventlon re-aaae...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JUNE 1G1874. i . VV G 0 O D S JOT Stock Of Dry Goods, Millinery and Notions for spring and summer is now very fall and complete. The Bürchau were mad by Mr. Ayres iu parson, who remains In New Yorlcthe entire aeaoon and bay only when the goods are the right kind and quality, and the price are thevt-rv lowest that cash can obtain. .To farmers and mecnan lea we can offer tbe best goods n the market at prices as low as an house in he west, and thai very few bouse can dupliate. Come and see for yourself. L S.. AYRES & CO., , Trade Palaca. 1 - ' . . Indianapolis, , CENTAUR LiaiSKXTS . Allay pains, subdus swellings, heal burns, and Vlll ure rheumatism, spavin and- any fleah, bone or muscle aUment. .Tbe White Wrapper Is for family nse, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price SO cents; larga bolt lea, l.. Children cry for Cast orl. Pleasant to take a perfect substitute for Castor OU. but more efficacious In regulating the stomach and bowels. Buy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

I i fie SS 'Ml 'mm "dl il) r . 14 H U Y Ml J VOL.. XXIII-NO. 46. KING FUITZ. f FOUND AMONG THX PATERS OF THE LATE W. M. . THACKERAY.) ' I From the Oornblll Magazine,) Xing Frit at his palace or Berlin 1 at a royal carouse, I a prwli powdered and cnrilng lie wiib his bal on hl brow. The handsome younx Winces wre present. Uncovered they mood to the ball ; And ott ! It was wholome and pleasant To b low be treated them all ! Reclined on the BofVst of cnshlons His majesty t-its to hi m-aui The prwoea, like loyal young Prussians, Have never a back to I heir seats. OfTaalnion and venlwon and pheasant He duiea I ika a mooarea anust ; His son's if tney eat In hl pieK nee, ' Put ur with a bone or a crust. lie quafT his bold bnmpers of Rhenish I leant be too good or too dear; The pruite- are made to replenish Tboir c.jp with die fcinallesi of beer. And, It ever, by woids or anmacps, Their histiiesses d-ire to conn-lain, The ing thug a dih In their f .ees, Or batten their bones with bis cane. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINIOu TUESDAY JUNE 23, 1874. U1Y1U. t o- who (Elve, giving, doth win bade tbe gift ; And knowledge by division, grows on more, Who hlde the Master talent hall die poor. And Biarve at last of hi own thankless thrift. ! liive thyself utterly wy. Re lost. Oioosj some one fcomethlng; not thjseir, TboacanstTuot perish, but, thrice greater grown , . Thy gal a the greatest where thy loss was most. Thou in another halt thyself new find. The single globule, lost In the wide sea, llccomes aa oceitn. Each Identity 1 greatest In the greainess of Its kind. Who serves for gain, a slave, by thankless pelf Is paid; who gl ve himself is priceless fee; 4 giveruvsclr.araan.to God; so lie Hemers me biek a alut unto myself. 9 NEWS AND GOSSIP. A Tyouisvilla boy wauted to leave a cold world, in which his mother would only give bim two pious of pie tor dinner, ana so he swallow! several percussion caps, bot they didn't kill him. , "My brethren, I am sorry to Bay tint I have fallen int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1874. TUE THOUGHT OF HEIL A. B. B. At thAiwht of her the tender tear Ar troubled from their springs Yet stir a weeps the April rain Her violets that brimis, With health and healing? In their well. Not bltitr, bme-tUh things. Only 11 H the geitln oa To have one more In Heaven ! It will mm arrange and bleak at first, Th lai y elnnenws riven. And yarnln love that wants her baclc Soeasdly forgiven. At thnnttht of hr the flickering Mulles Jnlvcr and glimmer, ik: Bo gracious, beautiful and bright Her rounded life-time grew 1 Remembering all ber ways and words. As faithful lovers tl.. How vividly they catch the light, Like embers fanned aglow " Tbl qt aiutnemor that archm-w shown fotne day we only know; An altitude, a look, a gem Worn then, a ribbon w A winsome air. a gentle tone, A kludiineasshedld, All fragrant with that 6ense of her Tiial could no more be bid " Than snbtlo la .ndr or rose IaUI common things amid. At thought of her the air gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY' JUNE 23, 1874. 1UESDAY, JUNK 23. to Tin: run Lie. v:tc this Issue oi tne K-utlnel, the editorial t-ontrol of tbe undersigned ceases hbsolute phjsiea! exhaustion demanding lue withdrawal 0l II. F. Kefjcan. The Senate has passed the bill M aking prov;sion for a survey of the Lower Missis sippi la order to provfde a complete system oflevee. The present sufiermgln Louisiana is doubtless the immediate cause of this ati-n. The war and tbe subsequent neglect of all southern interests by the national goverumennt, together with the traisformation of the state government into a den of thieves and adventurers, prevented the expen dito re of any money in the repair and contraction oi levees. The flooded river finally gathered strength enough to break through its weakened barriers and spread desolation over the country. Thousatda of l-ople were reduced to starvation and the d'-graceful sight was witnessed of a great portion of the American people reduced to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JUNE 23 3874. TIIE LAWREXCEBURG MURDER. THE FKOBABLC GUILT OF WILLIAM MDOLE SOME COHROBORATIXJ FACTS THREATENED The Cincinnati Commercial of the 20tb iiiit. says i The preliminary examination of William McDole, charged with the bloody murder of the .Bradley family, near Law renceburg, a few days ago, was commenced before Mayor Houk, of Lawrenceburg, at the court house, yesterday morning. The room was densely crowded by a throng of excited people, who expressed urm unn that the prisoner had committed the crime charged ajrainst him. Several witnesses wero examined, when the mayor was suddenly attacked with illness and an examination of the case was postponed until next Monday. Our reporter found William McDole, the inspected murderer, in the county jail. His brother Charles, who had been held as a witness, was released on his own recognizance yesterday. William appeared free to talk, and expressed, in a rather doubting manner and toneof voice, a bel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, - JUNE 23, 1874. 6 THE DAIRYMEN. BUTTER vsO EGOS. TIIE NATlOJkAt. ASSOCIATION. FIRST D Y8 PROCEEDINGS ORGANIZATION AND PRELIMINARIES PRESIDENT AD DHU- SPEECH or Mil. X. A. W1LLAUD.O JJOORK'S r.l'RAL SEW TOKKIR. At the first coming together at Masonic Uall Wednesday moruing.there were present not lees than 3X) persons, consisting of men practically interested in tbe manufacture, - nandlirg and marketing of butter od egg!, from all parta of the United State?. The assembly consisted of as fine looking a lody of men äs ever assemble on any occasion. At 911 c ock tbe convention was called to ' order by tb president of the association, Mr. Daniel W. Dke, of ltelit. Win.; Mr. K. P. Wells, secretary, of Milwaukee, Wis., 1 read tbe minutes oi the lat meeting held at Bek.ii, Wis., Msrch :t, 17. A report of ( tbe ccmmtttee on constitution at d by-laws was. presented ly Mr. Eager, of . JJbgaiisport, Indiana. Alter tbe reading of the report. Mr. I-;, l). Moni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

1 $ THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JUNE 23. 1874 . ' ' " 1 . ' . 7 ft w .1 t I.I : more successful in shipping the eggs In packages than in barrels. Colonel Littler i aid he was In the habit ol changinac the male bird every year, and also cleautng the chicken hoc a a. In order to aret good egg you mast water, feed well, and keep 3 ou r chickens clean. Mr. J. B. Randall, of Shelby ville, said thU couii try dealers often held eggs for several weeks In order to get the highest price, and this is one of the greatest difflMr. V. N. Golden, of Coldwater, Michigan, said that the dipping eggs in hot water and pulling them out quickly, was the best method he kne w of preserving eg. Mr. Albro, of Chicago, said that New York dealers were unjust In claiming damages for losses in shipping, and the shippers of the West suffer from this. Mr. B chtold,of New York, aaid that the Western men oOen ship egg as fresh that have ben packed in fruit houses, and many of them are bad. After discussions ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1874. 8 E AV GOOD S Oar stock of Dry Uoods, Mlllmery and Notion for spring and summer Is now very fall and complete. The nurehases were made by Mr. Ayrea in person, bo remains In New ork the entire wmn and buys only when the gooda are tho right kind nd quality, and the prices a-e the verv lowest that cash can obtain. To farmers and mechanics we can offer the best (root n the market at prices as low as any bouse in he west, and that very few houses can dupilte. Come and see for yourself. L S. AYRES Sl CO., Trade Palace. t Indianapolis. CEXTAUR LINIMENTS Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal barns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper is for family use. the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottles, fl. rhii,iMii p fr Castorf. Pleasant to take a perfect substitute for Castor Oil. but more effcacious in regulating the stomach and bowel. GOO D MOltNIN G. rThe bDrist'fide chea...

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