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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

J CLEARED FOR ACTION. F fl Hl E COINAGE FIGHT IS SURE TO COME. .Silver 71 vn Have No Per.son to I)c Hpuirof Success truest ion tltat Over shadows the Tariff Money and the Price of Farm Products. The Issue Define!. The lit M is fast being cleared fur a .straight up and down free coinage fight next year. We have Mr. Balfour declark.g that he dots not believe a monetary conference of the nations would accomplish anything at the pres ent time. This is equivalent to saying that no conference will be held. We have English and Herman gohlbug papers receiving the declaration with .applause and the comment that it set tles the matter of an international con ference lor good. In this country we -have the pen oral confession of the self styled .ound money" men that when they speak of sound money they mean cold aliT.o or currency redeemable in gold aoa. This is being admitted everywhere, so that there will be no skulking l.ehind disguise hi the cam paign. Tne question has heretofore .narrowed d...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

CORNELIUS VAN DE RBI LT, MWt.tkei for a ('on)imin by a C'hurth Sexton. Mrs. Kmlly T. V. Sl anf. mother of the young lady whose wedding brought the plutocrats of the country together the other day, is very charitably In clined. She determined s nne time last week t- send a. pacl.ag of clothes to the i".-r fund of Dr. Hall's Filth Ave nue Presbyterian parish. says Phila delphia Press. Accordingly she had the garments done up In a nice bundle a:? 1 was a r ranging the finalities "f the transaction with one of her servants, when her brother Cornelius Vanderbilt. arrived at the house and sent word that ht must see her at once. "Can't you wait a minute?" ihi ask'-d. "I'm anxfoi;s to send this bundle down to Dr. Hall's ehur?h." "Oh." replied Cornelius Vanderbilt. "I am going right by the church in my way down, Civo nie the bundle and I will lot the sexton have it." Mrs. SI'ane was very grateful for this kind öfter, and it is in every way char acteristic of the man of millions who is never ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

pdf.'-v- ?ni... ? r.:..r' BEnnsylvgniaynB5 VSi'Ji Schcriue of PassengerTrains-Central T - ARG 05 AND VICINITY. Arjri.s, Sept. i::tli, Is'.'". A a lato hour the people v!m attend ed tin- hall went home siniriiitr "Atter 1 he I '. ill is over. M. and Mrs. Allen IJixhy, who have ItttMi visiting 1h hitters mother for tin i;i-i week returned to tlieir home m I inii.tii ipolis. i'-p Uper jjiven hy 1heyiunir ladies of A." - for the hand hoys was ahowl ins; --iieeefs in every part icuiar. Tin L'irls woikeil like heroines and m turn were w-ii put roiuzed l" the people. 1' n ueed s SlM.OO. The I :i 1 1 jranie hetwen Knox and Aiijos was tine everyone pl:iyed lor all tli -iv was in it ami in perfeet har inom. In the seventh innirithe Knox catcher had his linger lu: ed ami of course tins raised some exci e:nen in! i! uas speedily dieted !v hr.Ovleia'ti ! he irame cnt limed. T ie iranie s!ti I rtoti: lav r of Ani". Ar-;os is a:! riht.lrot out an?!ter. Tue 1I ehester team played t fit h .toy act a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

Cf?e3nbepcnbcnt THE C03DIlSSI0XKir.S MAKE A TAX LEVY LET. CONTRACTS Hill I'altl Ilrport' l'ilel an! A ii el Otlir 1 inportunt Iuiiies Trana tel. F. M. McCrory, trustee of Center township appeared before the board and filled his report of the poor of his town ship for the term of three months end ing September 2d, which after due ex animation by the board was approved It was ordered by the board tliat ('. E. Thornburg, superintendent of the construction of the abutments and bridge across Yellow River at Holem's Crossing in Union township be directed to mtify Jacob J. Cromley, trustee of said township of the time when it shall be necessary for the old bridge to be removed; and it was further ordered that the said Cromley, upon being so notified shall proceed to remove the old bridge and make the way clear so that the building of the new one shall not be obstructed and that the old material be held by him for the use of the township, and the Auditor was directed to deliver certified co...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

mis ID (i Popular Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. strong .uils for the Hoys. Every Lady who has a JJy Should Come and see our BOYS' CLOTHING Every stitch and seam is i;ue and linn, the fabric strong and of a color that won't soil easily. These Suits are put together for the roughest kind of wear. You might pay more else where for Clothing not as good. Oui: Styles and Pkicks Pi.kasi: Evi:i:- lUiDV. OUR SHOES Are merit makers and reputation win ders. Call and see see us. North of Post Otlice. Cf?e3nbepenbent LOCAL EVENTS. From Friday's Daily. In the list of those injured at Louis ville yesterday appears the name of Col. .Joseph Packard, editor of the New Albany Tribune. It is supposed that there is an error in the name and the person meant is Ceneral Jasper Pack ard, formerly editor of the Pepubliean of this city. Ira Keyser of Argos drove up last night. V. K. Miller of Columbia City was in the city yesterday. Vincent Poster of Warsaw was here on business to-day. Mrs. Chas. I. Leon...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

TENNE S SEE X G 0 R G A (0 vo.xi S-?S1S J 5 A jcrV t f - J V . "" I V. .' v y j - :xV.. ' I - rjv' js. I i THE! IT I PEACE Mammoth Gathering of the Blue and Gray. G.A.K. AT LOUISVILLE One of the Most Successful Encampments. Matchless Hospitality of the City Lnormous Crowds Well Cared For, and the Whole Town Inspired to Kn-thusiasm-Ovcr 40,0t)O Veterans Pa rade IJefore a Quarter of a Million List of State Department Appear ing Harhecucs and Camp-Fires the Scenes of Many Kcmiions. Monday was tin opening day of the twenty-ninth annual encampment G. A. It., held this year at Louisville. A warm invitation to assemble there was extend ed to the members by Mr. Henry W'atter son. Many of thorn entered the Sfate over thirty yours an'o bent on ;t very differ ent mission, and much against Mr. Wat terson's wishes. About GO.OUO old soldiers attended this encampment. This is only a melancholy fraction of the men who eame out of the four-years strudle with their lives, and yet it is a great number...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

! www i HUSBAXD AND WIFE. MUCH SUFFERING FOLLOWED DY HAPPINESS AND HEALTH SlieTcllsan IniluHtri:iI News Kc-porter Her Mxpcricuec unel IJelites Her Hiifsbauel Marvelous llecupr. yritht .'if- lii'ii'ftrial .ei kf-ou, Mich. Mrs. C II. ("line-, who lives on the e-or-fce r of lYrrino anel I Varl street, .lack te. n. Mi-h.. has for two year.- Uvu truti-l.e-il witii ineige-. imi aril nervous pros tratioti. Her heart vaM apparently stop beating. She would sutler (.Trat pain, in fact she honestly thought she was going to die. Her troubles were brought ou by n severe attnek of la grippe. Sleep was nearly a stranger to her tor all this time, ami life had become a burden to her until she was a 1 vised bv friendly neighbors who had used Ir. Williams' Pink rills to rive thrm a trial, whii h she did. and it J would be hard to lind a more grateful woman in Michigan than Mrs. II. Cline. as prominent physicians had given her up. while to-day she is able to do her own work and is as pleasant a little ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 20 September 1895

ARG 05 AND VICINITY. A kg os, Ind., Sept. IS, The teachers of the M. E. Sunday school held a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Dr. Dutte, last evening. liev. E. F. Spohn, of Terre Haute, is visiting with Jesse Matheny and family. J. I). Ormsby made a business trip to AValkerton yesterday. Iiarrry Vicary, of Hammond arrived in town yesterday, to visit a few days with his parents and friends. Miss Flora Shaffer, returned home vesterrtav after a few weeks visit in the southern part of the state. The dance last evening, given by the Argos Social Club, was well attended. Ceo. Cilpatriek, of sedalia, Mo., is with us to pitch for the Asgos baseball club. He was one of the Southern league pitchers and is a very able man. The Argos bast ball club is ready to tackle any club in the northern part of the state. I. Heed's new cigar factory will be in operation soon. U. C. OTJlenis is at Mentone to-day on legal business. Ik-ginning to-morrow morning the east bound train due here 12:."0 p. m., ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

r L-c . V. 15 Vol. T. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SKPTKMBKI? 27, ltffi. No. 48 Marsha CoMiity Tlie Yellow Sign- KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. Largest line of fall and winter woolens in Marshall county. The best grade of workmanship at living prices are the attractions I offer the public for the fall and winter trade. Tailor made clothing is what you want, and I am the man to make it. KLEINSCHMIDT, LBM-R JOHN S. BENDER. JACOB D. MOLTER. Real Estate Hustlers. They present below a have for sale. In Marshall County, Over 5,000 acres of farm lands In Plymouth. A few special bargains One S-roo,,,, 2-stoo" home, with but-: n i i m . . i l i try, cellar, and clothes press, barn and other outbuildings, young peach, mul- j berry and maple trees, a large lot, good j well, all new and in good condition, just outside of the City tax limit, and but t blocks of Court House. 1Yice I 81,000. Worth 1,100. A corner lot, 1 1x12: feet, well located at southeast corner of Washington and Tilth...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

IIST MIID-ÄFF? Pnor. KINCSLFY. the aeronaut, had been my chum at college. Fifteen years had passed since then, lie had made rapid strides in his chostn field of science; I had en tered the army and become an officer of the Uoyal Engineers. Circumstances had now brought me into his neighbor hood and I decided to visit him. I found him in a state of enthusiasm over a new invention of his own to enable human beings to breathe the rarefied air of high altitudes. I was made acquainted with the details and learned that arrangements were about completed for a balloon ascent, by which a practical test of the invention was to be made. He was confident that it would eclipse all previous air voy ages in practical results. Despite my Ignorance of the practical details of the Invention. I was invited to become the professor's companion on this voyage through space, and for the novelty of the thing I had never been In a bal loon accepted the invitation and con sented to act as amateur assistant O...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

Peculiar In combination, prop r;io:i. ami process. Hood's Nursa pari 11a p;issfv's pciuiüar cura tive powers iiuknown to any other pie, a ration. This is why it has a record of cures u::t quak' I in tin history of medi cine. It .ii' s directly upon the Mood, and by making it pure. rie!j and h althy it cures li -a.' a:id jives 1:0 d heuith. Hood's Sarsaparille Is the 1 :;!y tru blood ur.hYr prominently In the public e.,e to-itay. $1: six for $". l-l - - -J ' c Dil!c Mir habitual t-onstipa- nooa s rihs lioil. pri.e & ntl He wlio attempts to palm oft as Iiis t)vn the work of mutt her is almost cer tain, sooner or later, to he found out not always .-is .r.inpiy. however, as in this ( :iso. cited by the Syracuse Post: "Ami did you write this essay all by yourself;" inquired the ixe:u editor, gazing hard at the literary aspirant who had called t ascertain the fate of a manuscript submitted by him. "Yes it is my own writing." was the reply: for it is my handwriting." he thought to hims...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

U?e3noepcnbent 'il'l'v xjs Ji:A "O :i )U!i oi.i.(ii:i.)v.i:is s:k!.:m:i.h:i,I i.xv snomi.j ;i.:.:;vs i v vk:i:jiv jvr :i -v J ll;ni M:p V. ..)'J!( Jsi,I HJH.UI.i:,t .HJ JH i,U.JIi:. Tiikkk seems to be a lew silver men n this country yet. I v makes no dillerence Low base a slander is, there are always plenty of list;ers to ii Tin: lhhle and the looking glass are the two most importment aiul efficient instruments or civilization. lv nid to Le an assured fact that the ..ward in-- oi'theWorlu's Fair medals will i,v commenced Ft bi nary, 1 V . i in: man who i, : ia lo eo;..-, all ;.K-;. as ; finds the world, a he lea.-.!. liiM has come :v;ls, very soon !:. him-elf al Xo party in this country is measured in p;;;::i. estimation ,y os professions, but by the i roi.i! üitits of i:s perfor mat.ee. T::i: s.niicaie organized to keep our government running ha.; disbanded,und divided up the "dough" made in the trans-action-- some s , 'A x . ;o. Til k destruction Ly cholera in both i'mna and Japan...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

Cl?e3nbcpenbent CLOSE OF THE FAIR. ATTENDANCE LIGHTER YESTER DAY THAN THE DAY BEFORE. Kiicert Wert Not Hp to Standard And moI Deal of Iiat i-fju-lion Has Been Kxpresed, Hut the Fair W:i iool in hII Other Depart ment. Vi - itors Were, on t ! Whole. Generali v Nati-tied. From Saturday's Ually. The fair closed yesterday m the dust and sweltering heat of one of the hot test days of thw year. Ashh-from the '.eat and a stiff sou ih westerly gale :h-ie was no complain;, to make :.g inst U.e weather, houev.-r, for it as generally conirdid thai the pre vailing weather conditions were more JeMianie than one of me illy, c.ark days which are not unusual :n the fall The attendance was lighter than on Thursday and was probably something ".es tlian two thousand. As we have said before the exhibits were generally excellent i;i the art, live stock and agricultural departments. The heads of these departments had uade a determined and persistent effort to keep them up to standard with he result that s...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

elaret J ev.-r Ish b tast- . It h.td l---n in his ( Al if as 1-mg as la- r aa-onber- d. j J lie a!s-i n' i.vt -1 ia- s aae ari -easly i. seab l lofl- - of li -hin-i.-. und ittahly A fi e--1 e ! vr:-"- I I V. l.lk-.-ll v.. BOURBON AND VICINITY. Iloruiiox, Sej.:. 11. Following is the program for the races, to take place at the lloiirhon I'.-iir. Oft. 1 10 11: vi:im:siav, o:t. I. Two -year-old trot and under I'urse, s 7.") 00 I!::' puce 41 1ÖO (K) Tiiri:siAY,ocT. 10. tih'o tn: I'urse, HIT) H t s t it t 2"' m x i l IM DAY, OCT. 11. l'rs-e iW-all pace I'urse, j?2.m no I:-' trot " '200 oo p.ofim.ox cnux i:xiim:it. M. M. ( line V Co., of this city have hi: upon a plan for one of the largest corn exhibits ever made in northern In liana to U made at the Jlourbon fair o.tol;cr S-U. This firm believes in the iioeral, progressive policy and oilers as pieniiunis for t lie best corn exhibits ;:s ioli.:vs: I'.i; mers may make as many entries of tu en; years each as t lit y wish. There is no liar a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

Popular Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. Strong Suits for the Hoys. Every Lady who has a Hoy Should Come and see our BOYS' CLOTHING Every stitch and seam is true and firm, the fabric strong and of a color that Avou't soil easily. These Suits are put together for t!ie roughest kind of wear. You might pay more else where for Clothing not as good. On; STYI.KS AND !'i:icr Please Evkuy r.oDY. OUR SHOES Are merit makers and reputation win ners. Call and see see us. North of Post Office. (EI?e3nbcpenbent LOCAL EVENTS. From Friday's Daily. Miss VanLiew, of Argos, is visiting in tlii city. Miss Kliie Snyder, of Marniont, is vis iting in tin- city. Herb Gi json is attending the races at Valparaiso to-day. James Gilmore, Jr., is again filling his position in the bank. The Ricyc'e Factory is preparing to make tandem wheels. J. A. Molter made a business trip to Et. Wayne yesterday. Mrs. Henry Shane, or Warsaw, is the guest of relatives in this city. Steven Mann is attending the dedica tory ser...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

(Ef?c3nbcpcnbcnt V.I M M liltM A 's, Ol I '11 1. Publisher and Prcprie ors PLYMOUTH. HD I ANA. SLIPS AAV AY TO CUBA. STEAMER CARRIES ARMS AND DYNAMITE BOMBS. Three Shiii Lost in the Upper Lakes i Hotter I'ii.v iVr Miners liritona Get Cash from Nicaragua - Butte City Oflicia! !chargcil. In Aid of Patriots. There is intense excitement among the Cuban residents in Boston over informa tion that tin most formidable expedi tion from this country has succeeded in get this oui to sea safely, and that, it all has gone well, it will bo on hand to mat-.-riallv aid the lighting Cubans in their l., 'ii. vessel's cargo m- nexi oig ou i in. dudes 2..100 rifles, rounds of aui- ,.,. (UN machetes. Besides all UJlUllll"" .i.. . . this fach man has his personal arms, and there art- 4(M pounds oi uynaiune, um the material to manufacture death-dealing lm nbs. The most unique bomb is the Fleeha. or arrow, which is to be tired from a bow over the heads of the most forward of the enemy's ranks, and. ex plod...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

SUSPENSION NIXT. There is oii of twi things inevitable, and in the near future: That is ihe restoration of silver to its i!;u-t as money or a suspension of spec ie pay ments. And why do wo say so? Here is the condition of things: There was a month ago the following paper money condition in this country: J-egnl tender treasury notes. .S?:i4t.i?!1.0l; Demand notes, national hank notes, redemption account. 121. OJ.". .'-!." I Israelii inal eurreney J..MM.117 ;M certificates 4 .:::;( ;.! Silver certificates UUUiVmW fertilities t f deposit ."7.0-0.(M'M Treasury notes of lsiH 1 jr., P.HJ.'JSO To; hI paper obligations. . .s;."J.t'jX.o77 To i.ffset this there was in the treas ury of the above kimls of paper an atr- pregate of $1:t;!7im1H leaving au out standing balance as in circulation of Resides there were disbursing officers' balam-cs, rede.nption of uncurrent notes, deposits in national bank depos itories and other thiusrs, bringing up the grand aggregate to .?ST;uU !). The amount of go...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 27 September 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. The urgent need of more hitching posts was demonstrated last evening when a gentleman drove up m front of a Laporte street store nnd, finding no place convenient to hitch, proceeded to tie his horse to a delivery wagon stand ing near by. He had hardly got out of sight when the driver of the delivery wagon came out, jumped on his wagon and drove oil' with both rigs. rs. 1 laird and (Jilmore, general passenger agents for the Queen and Pre sent and Southern railway, were in this city 'ast evening and held a meeting at the office of Bender Molter for the purpose of arranging special rates to Lai; range, Georgia for homeseekers, which was satisfactory accomplished. Any parties interested can get all in formation desired by calling at the of fice of Heilder & Molter. The-e are a great many kinds of work t J do in this world, and there are just as many varieties of men and women to do it. N o man could do the work of nnotlir. The business of each of us is to find out...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 4 October 1895

3 3H Vi VÄ (3 M tf n 11 Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FKIDAY, Oi T MiKlM. s) N County A. F.J A T? 1 Poä Vl TT U.J 5 I gä. JUL The Yellow Siuri. KLEINSCHMiDT, THE TAILOR. Lirrgest lint of fall and winter woolens in Marshal county. The best grade of workman-hip at living prices are the attractions I offer the public for the fall a nd winter trade. Tailor made clothing is what you want, and I am the man to make it. KLEINSCHMIDT, EL lie lie i Fines! m MOSt mm 6i i Ever We L JOHN S. BENDER. JACOB D. HOLTER. Real Estate Hustlers. They present below a partial list of property they have for sale. In Marshall County. Over 0,'Kj'd a res of farm In Plymouth. lamh A few special s.a. gam.-; -One o-rooni, ri -d. : , h.ouse, with h-ut-try, cellar, and e oj i s press, barn ami other o itbaiidM!''.;, oung peach, mul berry and maple tree, a large lot, good well, all new and :u condition, just outside of the City tax limit, and but I blocks d Court House IV:ce sM,;bv. Wort!- .'M .-!. A c...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 4 October 1895

(Efje3nbcpcnbcnt Z1.M)IKU.MA' &. SMTII, Publishers and Prcprie ors PLYMOUTH. i KD ' ANA. AHE SCARCE MI) HIGH LEMONS ATA PREMIUM IN NEW YORK CITY. Sucker's Kite at a California's Joker Bait Burglar Gets Away with a Holl of Confederate Money Meth odist Women Win at Flgin. Failure of the Florida Lemon Crop. The British tramp steamer Sylvia from Messina and Palermo has just brought 20.rK lo.es of lemons to New York. Owing to the entire failure of the Flori da crop, together with short production in Sicily. lemons had jumped to $10.20 a Im;; ami $12.."o a case. A box holds from 130 to 1."I lemons and a case just as many, only rhe fruit in the latter is larger mid liner. The steamer Victoria from Malaga, Spain, is due with 22.nh) loxes of lemons. Prices will drop. The nominal rate is from $3 to $4 a box. Last year Florida supplied New York with löO.ooo luixes. ami the total consumption in the metroiolis was 2,000,000 boxes, or nliout 140 lemons for every man, woman ami child. Will Adm...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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