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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

GREAT CLEARING and continue until all are sold, at COST AND BHLOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMM STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose ol these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they , must go. Come early and get the choice. big COTTn oub MiliineryDepartment A Fify per cent. Cut on All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmet} Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 RDSENBAUM BROS 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Rer/oxi Baking Powder Absolutely pure HIS NAME WAS OMITTED. Among the list of candidates mentioned Ln yesterdays Times for the various city offices to be elected Tuesday night l>y the City Council, the name of C. C. Riley, candidat...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

The Bicycle Girl Or Man? will find? that the LIGHTNING HOT DF,0P8 Is their friend as an external remedy for Pains. Sprains, Cuts, Scrtttehesand United aud all like accidental ailments. CARRY A BOTTLE ALONG. You'll nnd it of particular use when tfTtpcs, Pains in the Stomach convo on?nothing better for Cramps or Cholcfn Horbas. 80c sire holds twrco as much as tho 13c fIeo. HERB MEDICINE COMPANY, SPRISlGFIELT, OHIO. For Hale by K. L. ER?. 113 Salem Ave. ) RECENT NOVELTIES. A porabie photographer^ dark room, ?with pneumatc walla A dustpan that has a roller inserted in tin* bottom. A cullinary vessel composed of an outer layer of iron^nnn an inner layer of alum nium. A basket matle of lighft corrugated sheet steel A detachable and interchangeable leaf binding for hooks. A cuspidor for street and railway cars which is pivotally placed beneath the seats. A life preserver made in the form cf a horseshoe, and having the two ends pro? vided with projections for engaging the arms and holding i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

Heart Disease ? Quick pulse, palpitation of the heart, short breath, swimming head ? terribly frightened? No danger ? simply symptoms of Dys? pepsia. Not one person in five thou? sand has real heart disease. Try Dr. Dearie's Dvapepsia Pitts and see how quit kly this, kind of heart disease disappears. White wrapper if constipated, yellow if bowels are loose. At drujjKists', 15c. aivi 50c. Sample mailed free. DR. J. A. DEANB CO.. Kingston, N. V. *. STATEMENT BY HENRI CERNUS OHI. iVhy the People of the United States Should Be for the Free Coinage of Silver. (From the Paris*Economlste.) ' I have always combatted the uncom? promising silver men of America, who at lottom are really silver monometallists, ?ecause, from the scientific point, of view, their doctrine is as fallacious as that of Lhe gold monometallists. "The adoption of the free coinage of silver by tho JJuited States alone would, it is true, increase to a formidable extent the contingent of silver monometallic countries, but ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

OLD CUSTOMS AT, THE CAPITAL. tloapM-ality Wm 0<u? of the Chief Charse terUUca jf the Itcaldenta. Said a gentleman who has boon a fre? quent sojournor at Washington during the last 40 ytars: "People nowadays havo t? distorted Idea of the hospitality of unto beUuni times. Tho truth Is that tho cus? tomary hospitality of tho national capital waft southern hospitality, ami it was vastly different from the society and social cus? toms of the present day. At that time If any man had ozpondod $600 or 81,000 or $5,000 upon auontortalnmontof ouo even? ing he would have boon regarded as vmflt for association with loading men and women of that day. Tho more expenditure of large sums of money would havo savored too much of tho shop nnd of the salesman. Senator Donglas was ono of tho most oh arming entertainers 1 have ever known. In common with other prominent tuen of tbe day be bad his regular servants, and they served refreshments suoh as wore in those days to he found in the homes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOt? XV.?No. U>38 PRICK TIIKJB.1S VH.St*. ROANOKE, VA., SU N DAY, JULY 5, 1896. rOLL ASSOCIATED 1'Ktss TEI.EORAMft ALL THE NEWS OE THE WOK LI* ?THW WKATURU ForsoMt for Virginia: Fair pre? ceded by showers oo. llie const: cooler Sunday afternoon or night: southerly Winds. $400 Jewett Piano! Make a guess on a TlMEf j Coupon. We Will Give Away Another Hundre d Dollar (?96) CLEVELAND BICYCLE and five $5 Pocke'; Kodaks September 1-5th. Every 25 cent purchr.se will entitle you to one c'aauce. We have issued a c ir& to. nccommc date small er purciases than 25 cents, so that every 5 cents spent counts toward & chance. Massie's Pharmacy. 109 JeOarcon sr :et. Chartered tn*330. Supremely import ant to Heads ot Familirjs! All thoTieunty of J'.ower is, of ><onnd, of llteritisro all the happlnets ot horr a Mte, all that maker Ife true and urent and no ?1? and sublime, can -te made sure for your fnm dy by a policy of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

THE TIMES. VBaV XOBHIXQ. BXCWPT MONDAY HOANOKH PUBLISUINQ OO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMBS UUlbDINU. IIS OAMPBBLL AV8NUE 8. W. ISUMS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), ally, one month.?'S} B three month!.i-SJ{ ?* tlx months. ? one year. In advance .... ???? Sunday Bdltlon, one year . . 1-w Tbs Tissa la a mem Mr ot tns Assoelstod Press?the ttrestSSt news-collecttng aeeocutlon In the world?and receives over s special wire the toll telegraphic news eervios of the Associated Press?tfco ??mo news from all over the United ?Utes and the world that Is simultaneously re? served by the crest dallleaot New Vor a. Philadel? phia and Baltimore. S M ia is 10 -''> 'JO "27 28 '-".? :i'> 31 This Date In History?July 5. X7B8 ? George Angus tos Vis count Howe killed near Fort Tioondoroga, N. Y.; hiw Bkeleton was fouml there in H?u0. 1801?l>avid Glasgow Farrogut, nuvnl beco, horn near Knoxville; died 1870. Fur rngut was the son of u ?panlnrd who hail fought to the Revolut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

Konis men In ase ncir ncime by shaving people,others by nazardousinvest'uents In stocks and bonds, lint the most conservat va und satis? factory Investment Is to be toocd In improved neu. int; real estate. In a town ths si.'.j ot Koan oke with the permanent rental value thut prop? erty now has money Judiciously Invested yields a fall'fartory retnrn. We are In the real estate basPness and make a study ot keeping lu touch with the values ot property so that wj can con? scientiously tell you what Is the best Investment tor your money. ZmZ -<^gQ Are you a young man just embarked on the matrimonial so* ? The safety of your voyape will depend to a large extent on whether yon are lu a rented ship, whose bell rings morning, noon and even at night to let In prospective purchasers who want to examine It, or whether you have a snug little craft of your own. Wo can suit you In the latter at from $9? to $3,600 on cash pay nients varying from $50 to $300, and the balance In small month...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

For the sake of ^good health use* [ottolene Better than lard for -.4.1,lm+ *-? Gtnat a told Id Uu k ToJ<f>i#ii? ' and tttrr's kind in cotion OH THE HMDS YESTERMY FOUR STRAIGHT. Tita) is What the Roanoke Club Did to Petersburg. IPThe Fanners have another tale of woe. They went down twice yesterday he ore the strong Roanoke team in the presence of large and enthusiastic orowds. These make four games in succession that the visitors have lost here, and 11 is not a case of hard luck; they are simply anil purely outclassed all the way through and at every point. The Magicians kept up their high stand? ard "bv playing a uiaguificent game In the field." " I MORNING GAME. Kimhle and Kitson were the pitchers in'the uneven contest, and tho former had the l>est of :.t from the time play was called until the last man was out. Kim ble pitched a good game and kept the ten i hits, secured by the visitor-, so well seat- ( tered that they did not Bttcced In getting ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

GREAT CLEARING WE WILL OFFER ON MONDAY, TBE 220, and continue until all are sold, at COST AND BELOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they must go. Come eatly and get the choice. BIG fi?Tffl OUR lEillmeirDepartment j A Fifty per cent. Cnt on All Onr Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABMWTEEY PURE RAILROAD Y. M. C. A. Wm. Lunsford will address the meet? ing ut West End building to day at 3:'.J0 p. m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH. Dr. (). P. Fllppo will conduct services at 11 a in. and 8 p. m. Sunda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

IS ICASTORIAI Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's proscription for Inlauts and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Other Karcotlo substauec. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing' Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. It*s guarantee is thirty years' use by millions of 3Iotbcrs. Castoriadestroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd? cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency* Castoria assimilates tlio food, regulates tbo stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria is on excellent medicine forchil '.reti. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Da. G. C Osc.oon, _ Lowell, Mws. "Castoria is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

Sick Headache. "I regard your pills ns a godsend to me. ... I 9MWcol make ? business e: .Mgtmtni without the proviso, " unless 1 have sick headache." Now my health is excellent, and all from the use ol Dr. Peane'a Dyspepsia Pills." So writes Hon. W. H. Rcveridge, one ol Richmond, Va.'s, prom? inent lawyers. Dr. Deane'a Dyapeptl? Pill? are a sure cur* *>r sick headache and indigestion. Why not try ?them? At druggists'. ?5c. and 50c. White wrapper It ronstipM*d. yellow If bow<>t? aro loose DR. J- A. DEANE CO., Kingston, N. Y. That $400 Jewett Piano is a Beauty. Are You Making Any Guesses INTERESTING COW FACTS. The London. (Eugland) Live Stock Journal for October 18th contains an ac? count of the milking trials at the London dairy show.!8 Several ciuite interesting facts were brought out in this trial.. There were 120 entries as against eighty seven last year and eighty-six in lfcWl. That shows that the interest In the trials is increasing. A challenge ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 July 1896

Sold With an It doesn't please you It doesn't please your neighbor You find something you like better It isn't a little nicer than yon find elsewhere It isn't a little more stylish than you find elsewhere It isn't a little better than you find elsewhere It isn't a little cheaper than you find elsewhere It isn't worth the money we charge for it It isn't worth MORE money than we charge for it You can pick a flaw in it You can complain or quarrel at it It isn't exactly what we say about it It isn't THE BEST SHOE ever shown for $1.50 YOU don't think It worth $2 00 Onr Price is ever more than $1.50 You buy a TRUNK nothing could induce you to Bring it back and get your money. Eoanoke Shoe Co., Spot Ceusla. HvdZorxe-^ Saveis, FINEST LOT OF HAMMOCKS Ever brought to Roanoke. Extra good and great bar? gains. Also GEW ICE CREAM FREEZERS. Finest in the market. ? Splendid line of? Pocket Knives and Fishing Tackle. 8ELS0H TIYEES. IVc printed over a thousand pages of book work last month. IVc are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES IS^aSS?.,?. ROA1SOKE, VA., TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1896. '^ff^z?^^^SZ? HtBI WKATHKH Voroeaat for Ttislnial Threatening weather, with light occasional ihow *rt| fair Wednesday; aontherly winds, be? coming northwesterly. $400 Jewett Piano! Make a guess on a TimBS Coupon. Give Away Another Hundred Dollar ('96) CLEVELAND BICYCLE and five $5 Pocket Kodaks September 15th. Every 25 cent purchase will entitle you to one chance. We have issued a card to accommo? date smaller purchases than 25 cents, so that every 5 cents spent counts toward a chance. Massie's Pharmacy. 109 .leriori'on Street. Our Policies Speak! So PLAIN are tdbir provisions and bo sorely are tu BY carried oot. LTX< hb1ro. Va. I hare jnat paid my premium in the KTNA, and mn gratified to tee that they ruttain the course of the company in iMrlrg enlarged and Increased dividend*. 1 am Insured In four other companies:?Maryland Lite. N. Y. Matnal, N Y. Life and Traveler*'?and the LKTNA Is giving much t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

THE TIMES. VUT MOKSIHa, BIOHPT MONDAY BO Alf OKI PUBLIBI11NG O0_ Publisher* and Proprietors, TIMB8 BUILDING, VB OAJtrBBLL AVBN0B ?. W. TBBJCS BT HAIL (Postage Prepaid), rail?, one month . . . ? ? * ?*> ?? 'three months.J-f0 ?? six months ..??<? ? ono year. In advance .... J.UU Hunday Bdltlon, one year .... l.uo j Tans Tiwsa It a mem Der ot tne Associated frees?the ere* tost news-collecting association in Me world?and receives over a special wire the tell telegraphic nows service ot the Associated Frees?the same news from all over the United KataS and the world that Is ilmnltaneonaly re? ceived by the great dallies ot New Tor?, Fhliadol ffela and Baltimore. S 5 19 19 26 M 6 13 20 T 7 II 21 28 JULY. \V 1 8 15 ?w ; 29 : T 2 ? 16 23 30 F 3 10 17 24 81 S 4 11 18 25 This Date In History?July 7. 1607?Napoleon Bonaparte and tho czar of Russia concluded tho peaco of Tilsit. IS87?Princo Ferdinand of Saxc-Coburg-Gotha was elected prince ruler of Bulgaria. The choice of Fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

tain Homo mon In ase netr neome by shaving people, others by rjar.&rdouslnvestmenta In stocks and bonds, but the most couserrat v? and satis? factory Investment Is to he toand !n improved ?entlng real estate. In a town the ejas ot Koan oke with the permanent rental value that prop? erty now has inoueyjudlclouslyiuTested yields a '?Udactory return. We are in the real estate oosiinoss and make a stady ot keeping I n touch with the values ot property so that we can con? scientiously toll you what Is thejbest Investment lor yonr monev. Are you a yonng man Just embarked on the matrimonial sea ? Tho safety ot your voyase will depend to a large extent on whether you are In a rented ship, whose Dell rings morning, noon and even at night to let In prospect lye purchasers who want to examine It, or whether yon have a anng little craft ot yonr own. We can salt you In the latter at from $800 to f2,600 on cash pay? ments varying from $50 to $500, and the balance In small monthly paym...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

ROANOKK AN EASY. VICTIM. Norfolk, July 0. ? Bounok? w.?s unable to connect with Sechrlst's delivery this afternoon and fell an easy victim .to the JJCorf (ji icH. ^ Boore: Norfolk, 8 runs. 7 hits. 3 errors; Hoanoke, 0 runs. hits, l error?. Bat? teries! Sechrisl and Armstrong; Pulse and Williams. RAIN PREVENTS THE GAME. Petersburg, July ft.?Petersburg-Ports mouth game postponed on account of rain. RAIN. Richmond, July 6.?-Richmond-Lynch burg game DOBtponed; rain. STATE LEAGUE STANDING W. L. P.C. Roanoke. 4 1 800 Norfolk. :>" 1 756 Lynuhburg . 2 1 '><?? Richmond. I - 888 Portsmouth. ? ? 1 - :<:t:* Petersburg . 0 4 <mM) THE REDS VICTORIOUS. Cincinnati. July W ?Philaielphta's fee? ble fielding and tin- daring Imsetuuning of the Reds i ombined t<> give the game to tin' home team. Foreman was hit hard but his support was splendid. Attend? ance 4.000. Score: Cincinnati, 10 runs, n hits, 1 error; Philadelphia. 0 ru...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

GREAT CLEARING WE WILL OFFER ON HAY, THE 22J, and continue until all are sold, at COST AND BELOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they must go. Come early and get the choice. BIG COT IB 01 HiUinerrJtopartBient A Fifty per cent. Cut on All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 ' 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed H*t for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 26 Salem Ave. Highest 4>f ?U in Leavening Power.? Latest U. S. Gort Report Ab&ouutemx pure Localettes THE GOVERNMENT BUILDING. Elias SpaogleWjacob Seaohrist ami E. A. Boyer, of YiifKl'a., arc- in thu city and will complete tluyinterior of the Gov? ernment, building. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? MThey " ?ay "all things come to him who wait*," but wo have no been waiting, and we don't propose to wait. "We KNOW our price* are right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring ui work wo will come alter it, iu on? way or another, either by bringing *-o your notice our prices, facilities and quality vi execution, or personal Interviews. We ?re not grumbling; far from it. We've had our share; we are still gating our share. Hut we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we have business intercourse. We are not waiting; haven't limo to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of the vows tho writer made when he was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho over owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would be kept clean, at least by comparison. At that time he hardly felt tho forco of tho vow, for he has learned aftor years' of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

Constipation is the most common form of Dyspepsia. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills (white wrapper), one after each meal, cure the most obstinate cases. They con? tain no mercury, do not purge nor gripe, and impart a nat? ural healthful tone to the stomach and bowels. 35c. and 50c. at druggists'. Send far free atunpl* DR. j. A. DEANE CO., Kingatoa, N. Y. That ?400 Jewett Piano is a Beauty. Celebrated iumbus Car rial Surrys, Phaetc HousehoM Necessities! Wall Paper.in The 10-piece Suite that we $2 2 SO will astc The largest Iii Glassware in th< Our Leather Rockers are gor Call and select 1 fr big reducti< tirgfor the nej Ml.Sk! king h. c. messes "HE P0( Acme C01 If It! A DIAMOND IN HIS LEG. A Cincinnati Man's Story of the Orloff Precious Stone. From the Cincinnati Enquirer: Gus Fox, ?i dealer in diamonds on Fourth street, has a ?story about the famous Orloff diamond, named after Count Orloff, the first European who bought It. Fox says-. "It was originally the eye of a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 July 1896

I AMD TBAYBL! You Are Buying Shoes!1 We Are Selling Them! You Want Good Value! We Are Giving It! You Want Low Prices! We Are Naming Them! Roanoke Shoe Co., The Spot Cash Money Savers, 13 Jefferson Street. i TJrx 4 xrr?tTT> \T a 13 Salem Avenue. | KOANOKB, VA. ORIGIN OF TATTOOING. From Popular Science Monthly: What is tho origin of this usage? Religion, which ha* so much power over people, nnd which proves BO obstinate In preserv? ing ancient customs, has >?< rtainly con? tributed to maintain it nmoug the more barbatoUR part of our population; we see a quasi-official proof of it at Lo rette. Those who cultivate a dovottou to a saint believe that by engraving Iiis image on their flesh they will give him a proof, n clear testimony of their love We know that the Phoenicians marked the sign of their divinity on their foreheads (Bwald, Judaischen Alterthun Hi). In the Mar? shall Islands they have to ask permission of, the gods to tattoo themselves, and the...

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