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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

mmi'nriMMUiiiniiiLi $' N Tr Pub ribrtry COCHISE REVIEW V'y-f-jj, ? VOLUME V. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5. 1901. NUMBER I &M v . .. ) W l ANA HhA MilN hS A jj Operations in Cochise County, Sonora and j? K Throughout the Territory - JK MINE DIVIDENDS. Aggregate ef $14,566,462 Paifl In Eleven Months. COPPER LEADS THEM ALL. Only Two Hundred Companies Report- cd.-Werc the Dividends Paid by Private Enterprises Added the Total Would be Prodigious. The total dividend disbursed by tho various companies identified with tho mineral industry of the Uuited States in the eloven months ending Novem ber 30, as far as reported in tho engi neering and raining journal, amounted to 8114,507,452 paid by 200 companies. Of the total, tho gold, silver, copper, lead, zins and quicksilver mines con tributed $48,150,942, or 42.5 por cent, while the remaining $65,816,540, or57.ft per cent wa3 paid by the petroleum, coal and coke, iron and stool and other companies. From the dividends paid ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

aii,mtliw"l i p '! f " TT OOOHISE KEYIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY fi. 1901 NOTHING DEFINITE. Phelps, Dodge & Co. have not yet Decided on Eastern Connec tion for South Wes tern Railway. Supt. Douglas Returns From New York and Talks With a "Re view" Reporter. Walton DQUglas, superintendent of the Copper Queen company returned from a visit to New York City Monday evening where he went to spend the Holidays. On his roturn ho was accom panied -hy Professor Douglas, who proceeded on to Prencott from Albu querque where he remained two or three days and is expected in Bisbee today for a stay of six weeks. A Review reporter called Monday evening expecting to learn bomething definite in regard to the eastern con nection of the South Western Hailroad. By way of preface we produced the fol clipping from the El Paso Times: "The El Paso Times claims that within the next 18 months, El Paso will have four more railroads-competing for the traffic in and out of Mexico and the great southwest. ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

tt3SCQKBKbtSti - ;W? THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, .1901 ii i yw NEWS OF THE CITY of Santa Cruz Ho caine oyer MkfWVf. I' Brawley, cattlo man of Solomon ville, is visiting his son-in-law, Jno. !'riks. t Mrs. James S. Douglas and son were ' in town this week on a visit to Mrs. Sweet. , I Mrs. J. I). Machotnich ofNaco'vyas in Bisbee last Thursday visiting her friends. Tom Turner, sheriff eounty, is in Bisboe. on official business Jno. Quin, drummer for a clothing house iu St. Joseph, is looking after trade in this section. Saul Levi, representing Westheimer & Son, St. Joseph, Missouri, liquor merchants, is in town. L. B. Sroufe is again at his desk in the general office after spending the 'holidays in California. Mr. McMakln, bookeepar at the O. Q. store, who has been sick at Naco, is convalescent and at his desk again. Geo. Towles, ono of Bisbeo's asdir ants for road-overseer of this district, came in from Tombstone Thursday. Mrs. Prank V. Pinney, wife of the Gorman of ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

THE) COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1901 SSSJ8 ,'. k J V rt "v l V . is: " : COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by W. B. KELLY, Editor. Entered at the Postofilco at Bisbec, Ariz., as second-class mail matter. Advertising rates will be made known on application to this office. Legal pub lications in conformity with Territorial Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a Une for each insertion. Subscription One Month 25 cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., JAN. 5, 1901. THE IEGISLATIRE. COUNCIL. Cochise C. C. "Worner . .Iteiiublicau Maricopa J.M. Ford Democrat Pima J. H. Klnley Democrut Yumn E.S.,Ivos Democrat Pinal -Georao P. Blnir.-.Domocrut Yavapai H. T. Andrews Democrat Graham C. M Shannon Domocrnt Navajo Colin Campbell -Kepubllcan Gilo S H. Claypol .Domocrat Mohave -M. G. Burns. ...Domocrat Coconino M. J.Rtordan Uepulilloiiu Apache V. S. Perkins ltopubllcan ASSHMULY. AS OTHERS SEE IT; Cochise Mike Gray ... Democrat Cochise Steve ltoemor .Democrat CoehUe H, M. Woods Republican Maricopa P. P...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

.PH OOOHISE REVIEW SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 6. 190L w aw.irfrai MORENCI SOUTHERN. THE SPECIMEN BELOW IS A SAMPLE OF A BLOTTER PRINTED BY THE COCHISE REVIEW. WHEN YOU ARK IX NEED OF A BLOTTER CALL ON US AND WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SERVE YOU READ IT CAREFULLY. i ATriimph of Engineering Skill Unequalled in America. Built by Phelps, Dodge & Co. THE COCHISE REVIEW OFFICE Is fully equipped to handle all classes of printing letter Heads, Bill Heads, Circulars, Tay-Rolls Envelopes, Dodgers, etc., turned out on short notice. !? r A Happy w A New Road Soon to be in Operation id Graham County Which May be Extended to Lordsburg, Separ or Dewing. 'New F7 . GD m Vphp 4AK ! &. Y' The Compliments of 1 90 1 JANUARY 1901 x X ui o g ss u a o -S w ok G m tF r 5 x 1 1 2 3 4. 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112 1314 1516 171819 2021 22 23 24 2526 2728 29 30 31 n V nt ?J&f Kj op per Era. The completion of the Morencl South ern railroad by the contractors, Mos ira, Streeter & Lusk, marks an epoch in railroad ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

&&& flajSPw-r COOHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVEN1NU. JANUARY 5. L'.iM TERRITORIAL X NEWS W Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchangc w 3v List A) Arizona Local Events Mv Court will convene at Nogales Wednesday or Thursday of next week. There are several criminal cases to bo tried. The Young murder case is tho first on the calendar. Young as tried last term of court for the killing of Hunter. Tho jury failed to agree standing seven to five for acquittal. Tho killing of Hunter grew out of a v bad leeling that oxistcd between tho two men for some time. It is claimed by Young that tho day of tho killing Hunter had threatened his life aid said ho would kill him before night Young wont into Conn's saloon and saw , Hunter sitting at one of the gambling tables, Hunter iwo us Yonng came In 3hod for his gnu. Before he I and roachod could set it Young fired killing him There appears to be a large division of opinion on the question of whether ho was justified or not in the killing. At...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

-- j fr-7f?ES(!? " f X X X i T X I X X X X COCHISE REVIEW : SATUBDAY EVENING. JANUARY 5. 1901 4 4 M 4"HH444-m 1 4 M-M-M-( k-H-H-f- K 44 - I HHfHi 4--H--f A DEVINE BENEDICTION BRO. PAUL AND AMOS THE QUAKER DOCTORS and healers are now located in Blsbee a: the Bessemer Hotel. Rheumatic cripples made to walk. Tape Worms Removed Asthma and Catarrh Cured within 5 minutes By the most wonderful treatment of the age.' Nothing like it ever before seen or heard of. , . . - Paul and Amos, created great excitment at Phoenix at their miraculou scures their offices were crowded daity by hundreds of sick people all parts of the city. As early as 8 a. m. an immense throng of afflicted humanity congregated in front of the Quaker Doctors offices, all eager to be first to enter. The Quaker Doctors remedies seem to have great healing power. Bro. Harris of Bisbee was cured of deafness in five minutes. Scientists Puzzled. Physicians dumfounded. Everybody surprised. from TESTiriONlALS. Mrs. B. Emerly, Phoe...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

SBttsHSH MMOSMM COCHISE RETIEW : SATUBDAT EVENING. JANUARY 5. IJhl ! ' Cheap CASH Store CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Freth Fruits, of all kinds re ceived uaiiy. .wines, juiijuuio, and Cigare. Goods dohvored free X Medigovich & Nobile g New England Kitchen ... Open Day and Night Short Orders a Specialty Meals served to families and parties. flain Street Whitehead & Marchell, Proprietors. Fire and Life INSURANCE J. G. PRITCHARD i Finest Companies Represented Agent for Fidelity Savings AsftOcja tlea, of Denver. Safest, and best in terest on deposits. BISBEE - . ARIZONA , ABO. C. CLARK. X. M. C. f. MITCHELL Southwestern Engineering Assay Office Examinations and reports made on mining properties. leaiLnB furnished for o 1 kinds of mining nnd milling plant Assays made in Dupli cate, 60 cents a metal. Qualitative and quantitative analypen made of any mineral Bnbstnncee. Surveys of Patents in Arizona and Mexico. . E. HOWELL - RnyTDAnTnD Aiin mm ncR Btttlmatt-i; of Huijdltitfk Purulvlied ...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

8 THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1001 FROM THE CAPITAL lOsuliir Conespoucleiice to Thk Hiiihw PiiOKNix Arizona, Dec. 31. Tbi date, tho ond of the century, finds tho people of Phoenix inulnly figuring on the proposition of an ad ditional water supply and the carnival deficit. It is violating no confidences to toll that the last fiesta wasn't a howling success. From the visitor's standpoint it was a hummer. Every one who came got his money's worth. The fair, as far as its ontertainment features were concerned, was exceed Ins well managed. Where the thing j fell down was on tho financial end. ' ( Tho managers hu'd counted on return ing dividend to all subscribers. In stead of that, a committee of olid business men has been in evidence on the streets tho last day or so, rustling . more subscribers to cover a deficit of $1300. Neudless to tell tho unfortunate committeemen are having a rooky time Of it and tho glad hand is extended in few places. Hirdhfold & Perkins pleasant...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 5 January 1901

IIIHIPIHI I I PJMBMHMiBIIMIWIimB H Iff V " vi - I 8 THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1901 g2 V. 9 ? i r fty - i- x if ? ; i- it it A 7 GSLA COUNTY NEWS Interesting Mininu Items ind Per sonals form Globe? Tho case of Hung s. Haag, ended in a decree of divorce, the plaintiff, Adolph llaag paying tho sum of $225 alimony and defendant's attorney's fees amounting to about $200. Miss Inez CofToe arrived Friday night from Solomonvlllc, on a holiday visit among hor many Globe friends. Miss Coffee is one of tho popular and efficient teachers in Graham county's capital. SherilT Armstrong last wook deliv ered to the prison authorities at Yuma tho two iniuans wno pioau guuty in tho district court to the charge of grand larceny. Thoy were each sen tenced to one year's imprisonment. Hinson Thomas left a good job as bookkeeper at the O. D. Commercial company for a moro lucrative lay-out in tho sheriff's office. We congratu late SherilT elect Thompson on his se lection for undor-sherift. Wo...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

M ' - 1 COCHISE REVIEW HkL VOLUME A7. BISBEE, AKIZONA, SATDEDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12. 1901. NUMBER 2 wgKJ i 1 v I ain a: the a: mines a; W Operations in Cochise County, Sonora and W K Throughout the Territory Jg Copper Prices and Production. The American Mining News says: The search for copper ore is stimulat ed everywhere by the continued high price and the active demand for the re fined metal These have been the con ditions for several years past. Under their influence mines abandoned over thirty years ago have been unwatnrcd and they will soon enter the list of pro ductive properties. When these mines wore abandoned there was a limited call for copper. The chief demand was for sheeting wooden ships. The mines of Chile, states the San Francis co Chronicle, which were worked with cheap peon labor, were able to under bid the California copper producer in the .English market. Californians were further handicapped by a longer sea voyage and higher freight to the Swan sea smelters. When...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

m fi COCHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12. 1901 ft y OLD WALKING CHARLEY. A Prospector Who Has Traveled for Thirty-five Years. "Walking Charley," one of the best known prospectors on the Pacific coast, arrived in Phoenix yesterday, his first visit for somo years. He has traveled over every state and territory in the United States, and has driven a burro from British Columbia to the Gulf of Mexico, and has prospected in every country were mineral is found; and to day, after thirty-five years of incessant travel, durinsr which time ho has lo cated some of tho world's greatest mines, his worldly possessions consist of a burro. 'The old prospector is rug ged and hearty, but sixty years is more than the average life of man, and the old metal hunter is nearing the divide in the span of life. R. J. Orton is his proper name and he is a New York man by birth, but away back in the fifties he came west and he has toiled on the western side of the big river ovor since. He was one of th...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

aassft.J..eW' mm- COCHISE REVIEW : SATUBDAT EVENING. JANUARY 12. 1901 NEWS OF THE CITY ''' A shipment of 500 head of Soaora stock cattle was made from Doa Luis station on Thursday. They were ship pod by George Spindle to Bakorafield, California. The work on the company hotel building is steadily progressing, but the non-arrival of brick still prevents the resumption of work on the new opera house above the socond story. I. W. Wallace, this week purchased some mining ground lying near the Lowell and Arizona siding from Chas. Strong and Jacob Pirong, for cash. There was no mail from the west yosterday, the S. P. train having been too late for connection with the Ari zona and South Eastern. The resumption of active operations by the Lowell and Arizona Mining company is announced for next Tues day, the 15th instant. Gorton's Minstrels showed to a crowd ed house on Wednesday night at the Bisbee Opera House. From expres sions heard on the stroet the 9how was not well received. The meeting...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901 COCHISE REVIEW Published Every Saturday by W. B. KELLY, Editor. Entered at the Postofflce at Bisbee, Ariz., as second-class mail matter. Advertising rates will be made known on application to this office. Legal pub lications in conformity with Territorial Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a Hue for each insertion. Subscription One Month 2o cents. BISBEE, ARIZ., JAN. 12, 1001. THE LEGISLATURE. COUNCIL. C. C. AVnrner.. J. 31. Ford , J. 1). Flnloy.... .Kopubllcun "...Democrut ...Democrat ..Domoornt Cochlso... Mnrloopn Pima Yiimn Pi3:v:r"::.;i-Goorw p. mmr .E.S. Ives.. ,.l)eniocrit ..Democrat v.nl II T. Atiurewg.. nlTnhhm CM Shunnon Apnohe ? S. Perkins... ...Democrat .Rrpubllcnti . .Democrat . ..Democrat .Republican Republican ASSEMBLY. Cochise MiUe Gray. nerr-ocrnt KlhUa ... ... Stevo Roemor-.Demoprat Crah se -H. Mv Woods Republican MmIoodb . P P- Parker .Den.ocrut Maricopa Democrat SS?teSS2::Z:ZchS;. pfcn.....Democrt Mnrlrana B. A. Fowl...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

ssecraM "V.,3 7 " "' "r-'P' rix. yo "W THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901 I PECIAL 8HHk U W Be dP, om H n w n k H IB flnH IB fof B HMIV AS HH fli gr N. DIAMOND r l; ii i Main street Formerly Can Can Restaurant CLEARANCE SALE Main street Formerly Can Can Restaurant JAN. 14, TO LAST FOR EIGHT DAYS All those who are acquainted with our stock of goods know we have the newest and finest fall and winter goods. But as we are new and our space is limited and that in order to admit our Spring goods we MUST have room, we have decided to sell everything atalmost half the original cost. All we ask is that you read the cost of the following goods and then come and look them over. fluslins and Sheetings Bleached iMuslin, 1 yd. wide, regular cost So Salo price 5cyd Lonsdale muslin, 1 yd. wide, regular cost lie, Salo price 74c yd Unbleached LL Musliu, 1 yd. wide regular cost SJ Salo price 4c yd Heavy fleeced Outing Flaunel, regu lar cost 10c, Salo prico t 5cyd Heavy llceced Outing Flanu...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

"ST'SJfB"" "f - 'TiHWW' ? 'mvsim-'www":''F OOOHISE REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12, 1901 T -WiVfWl S?JJWf?f k TOMBSTONE SIGHTS. There is still something romantic that clings around Tombstone and a Visitor for the first time to this once thriving city finds himself picturing the busy scenes and bustling activity that once pervaded the camp. To hear an old Tombstoner talk of the days of '83 and walk up and down the broad itreets, and let him point out the old places of interest well it kind of gives one the "blues." An "old-timer," and by the way this class is very much in the majority at Tombstone in conver sation said "why Bisbee ain't no town at all, alongside what Tombstone was when all the companies were work ing." But enongh has been written about what Tombstone was in the years gone by. What is of more interest to the present inhabitants is the future prospects of the town. Every since the visit of E. B. Gage and Frank Murphy to Tombstone nearly three months ago rumors ha...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

m w "i,? i ii II Tib pii i ii COOHISB REVIEW : SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12. WUl 1 - TERRITORIAL X NEWs 9 Interesting Items Culled From Our Ezchange yj The total vote polled at the city elec tion in Prescott was 625. Jim Darnall has resigned his position at lino rider and is now county jailor of Santa Cruz county. The many friends of J. G. Hopkins, one of the directors of the Arizona Copper Company, will he ploased to learn that Jhe is now on the road to Clifton. Tempe is to have a national bank. It is roported that the institution has the backin? of a syndicate composed of many of the leading financial citizens. T. K. Mitchell fell as ho alighted from the train at Cochise Wednesday and broko his shoulder blade. He re turned to Wilcox and Dr. Nicholson set tho broken member. The heathen Chineso are gradually learning the arts of Saxon civilization. Two Chinese, Moy Quoy and Ton Yoy, are figuring in the divorco court at Tucson. The Orndorff hotel which has mado an assignment to L. Ze...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

wsssssa w ni" 11 umi i imrni Mi i)i'Hii un 8 THE COCHISE REVIEW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901 THE RED FESTIVAL. People of Bisbee Growd the Opera House to Aid the Building Fund of St. John's Church. At tho opera house last night was gathered the representative people of Blsboo to attend tho "Red Festival" given by St. John's Parish in aid of tho building fund for the new Episco pal church. Those who attended are numbered among all denominations and were present to aid the cause of Christianity regardless of creed. With tho erection of tho new Episcopal church, to be followed shortly by an edifice dedicated to tho use of tho Pres byterians, Bisbeo will take first rank among the mining towns of the terri tory for tho magnificence and number of her places of 'worship. Even the children have taken up the work for St. John's church and on the printed program of tho evening's en tertainment we And this timely admo nition: "Don't allow yourself to be annoyed by the frequent appeals made to yo...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

IBiiBHBHHHHlHHIHHSHHHBiHHHiiHHHIIIHHHHBHHBBHBBHHHHHiHBHiBiBHSStt ifp M'wfc jpJSj aB COCHISE REVIEW : SATDEDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12, 1901 ( ' r , E sc r7 ft. M. 4 VT71 SSl Kfc.-" LOST HIS Lift Willie Nolan falls Beneath a freight Car. Both Legs Severed Just Below the Thlgh.-He Lived Only a few Hours and Died at the Hospital. Tuesday afternoon one of the saddest accidents that has been chronicled in Bisbee for a long time, occurred at the switch below town known as South Bisbee. Willie Nolan, eight year old son of Martin Nolan, an employee of the Copper Queen company, fell be neath the cars and was dragged a short distance, lost hie hold on the car and fell beneath the wheels, which passed over his body just below the thighs al most cutting him in twain. IthasQbeen the dangerous custom of a crowd of small boys to play on the freight cars which are left on the sid ing at South Bisbee. Tuesday after noon the switch engine was picking up cars and setting out others in this lo cality and w...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cochise review. — 12 January 1901

mjtaaa&&xxxut3e UOOHISE REVIEW : SATUHDA.Y EVENING. JANUARY 12, l'JOl OUR COUNTRY'S WONDERFUI GROWTH. j, An oxchango gives the -'following data showing the growth of America and American interests during the last one hundred years: The commerce of the world in 1890 amounted to $1,479,000,000; lor 1900 it reached the gigantic total of $19,015, 000,000. During tho same period the trade of tho United States has risen from 8102,000,000 to ovor two billion dollars. Our imports since tho begin ning ot tho century have been multi plied by ton, our exports by twenty. Tho manufacturers of this country in 1800 were worth $125,000,000; they are valued at noarly nino billion of dollars . for 1900. In 1800 tho manufacturers of tho ontiro world were worth $3,250, 000,000; for 1900 they arc reckoned at thirty billion of dollars. The population of the United States a century ago was 5,308,483, today it is approximately 70,250,000. In 1800 the area of Uncle Sam's domain was 827,844 square mi...

Publication Title: Cochise Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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