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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

$-$&'. - jrVt ' C" 4 s THE i i? nn 4 - -4 VOL.. 2. -A.BILE2snB, IDICKIIiTSOiT COTJ3sTTir5 KITSlS, DEO. 11 1884. NO. 17. -m . .X APT REFLECTOE i Jf hS WE Stock Reduced For the next 90 days I will sell Boots and Shoes 25 per cent lower than any other dealer in Abilene. This statement comes right from the shoulder and is "straight goods." ALL MY Don't buv Don't Forget The Place, Berry Bros. ..'cr -r- Scsi rzszZ We now occupy our entire block, which gives us three floors, each 100 feet square, and every department full to its utmost capacity of Fall and "Winter Goods. BARGAINS IN vBOOTS, SHOES, . GKEBOCEIESIES, STOVES AHD TINWABE, BUGGIES, GAEEIAGESj HAENESS, &o. We can safely say without fear-of contradiction that we can show you the largest assortment and best and e&e&petf lina of general merdhandise ever offered to the people of Dickinson County ( . Give us a call, . I MET W Eh Boots in Price to Pe n rice of vour Boots a to see Mercantile Company's SffitaBgaHb. Y.SiS5...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

'Vi' ,v T i v 'j x. -j- rt ' H T V ' H" -' V -f--J - -ii III iiB . r . , vv IV 1 fe IF ABILEM fiEFLECTOK PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHBB BROS. CURRENT COTiYTiTCNT. In Paris, an electric lamp fed with a portable accumulator has been selected and rendered obligatory for use in seeking leaks in gas pipes. It is proba ble that many disastrous explosions will thus be avoided. Tiie only organized church among the Zulus of South Africa has adopted -as one of its rules: "Xo member of Ibis church shall be permitted to drink the Avhite man's grog, or native beer, or touch it with his lips." A Frenchman, crazy with wine, crawled under a building in Santa Cruz, Cal. He remained there two full days. "When he came out, all covered -with dirt, he gave twenty dollars to a 3roung lady, requesting that her brother shoot him. In the public schools of Greece the four Gospels of the New Testament are used as a reader by the children of the most advanced classes of the primary department, and the ne...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

-y.- i-r' --v; -gr?-vV'vi iA,--""3!-t,i.'r - f" '5i-fV'M"i''- 'iF j " " - , -f Ul - ' J ,-). ABILENE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THTJBSDAY BY STEOTHEE BEOS. AN ELOPEMENT SPOILED. The coachman stood In tlic wide hall door, nd white a snow were the jflovw he wir. And the golden bunI 'round hi-, tall sil.i hat Shod a ray or light on the hall door mat. The heiress stood.in the darkened hall, Securelv wrcpjicd in her hood and shawl Twas ani!e of love that has oft been told 'Twas the hour of her night with tho coaci raan bold. The banker waited without the gate. As silent and jrriui as avenging fate. And deep and lowViw tho oath In 7ore, And heavy and thick the club he dure. The lover' come the gate swing" back The club descends oh, what a whack! The conchinun lies on the ground to rct. Nor seeks lor a fcnot that would suit him best. There's a vacancy for a coachman nor, Am! thn stern old man has made a vow -Thi.tthem.at he hires, whether blae or white. Will bo chained to the stable door at...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

-?-J?TS- ,-v WN ,3 f i - jk -i -' V ' - v & 4?r Tir. --re H f Abilene Reflectoe. Thursday, Dec. 11, 1884. . U BTROTIIXE. .8. E. STBOT1IEB 8TE0THER BBOTHERS Editors and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. COPPT, ONE Yeak, : : : : 1.50 ' SixMonths. : i 1. .75 Advfirtising Rates, Reasonable. liberal Clubbing Offer. We will send the Kefxector and ttie New York Weekly World, the lead- ing democratic paper of this country, for one year to any address for $2.20 cash. " Or.the "Reflector and Semi- . Weekly World for$2.90 per year. - Or , the Reflector -and Daily World for $6.75 per year. This is an unprecedented offer. The World has reached the front rank of American jurnalism, and is the ablest edited, most reliable and desirable pa per in the country. Take advantage of this offer while it lasts. With the opening of this month bet ter times commenced, and now wheels re whirling in many of the Eastern manufactories that have been idle siuce last AuguBt " Mr. JA3IES P. Fenlox, brother of H...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

jj -"V-? - --v V Wwt :' "J i-r?5fe.-T " ',-c -vVf - --,'(; :4 2J-pr 'Jt ' i, pi R. F. RUSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR ITEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. LOCAL AM) OTHERWISE. Head the new Holiday ads and locals. A warm, gentle rain last Monday night. Thanksgiving, Christmas and Xew Years all come on Thursday. The contract for building the poor liouse has been let to Speer& Hoffman. Subscribe for the Reflector and the Xew York World. Only $2.20 for one year. At the services in the Baptist church aext Sunday morning the pastor will teke his text from Xeh. 1:3-4. The contract for Simon Rothschild's new house has been given to Kruger & " Thompson, who are rapidly coming to the front as reliable builders. "We will furnish the Reflector and the Xew York Weekly World for 1885 for the small cash sum of $2.20. Come in and subscribe. Hon. J. R. Burton delivered a fine and interesting lecture at Council Grove last Saturday evening ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

w 1 ' --' - "- V -., i- 1 - ,"- - ;yt w i . t ; 77 f - ?V- ': . w 'M r ii t "i - M rp PltiilblDEiNJS JIESSAGE. :Fun Test of President Last -Message, Arthur's His "Views on the Tariff Oar Forrlcn Bo- Xatfon Home AfTair Sllvr r Coinage .The Amfrlcan 'avy, and Other Hatters of Interest To the Congress of tno United States: Since the close of your list session, the American people, in the exercise of their lushest right of suffrage, have chosen their Chief Magistrate for the four years ensuing. When it is remembered that at no period in theeountry's history has the long political contest which customarily precedes the day rf the National election boon waged with greater fervor and intensity, it is a subject of congratulation that after the controversy t the polls was over, and while the slight preponderance by which the issue had been determined was as yet unascertained the public peace suffered no disturbance, but the people everywhere patiently and quietly awaited tho result. Nothing ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

-JOCft. -vy? ..". ---. u. ??"---' h "3? -';-- , r - 1F- ift t-v n FARM AND FIRESIDE. lWholc pot.atosa for seed save the- largest yicius tnis year at me jauw xuriv Experimental Station. Remove flower-pot stains from win dow sills bj- rubbing with fine wood ashes and rinse with clean water. The potato crop of the two eastern shore counties of Virginia is estimated at $3.O00,O'J0 less than last year's, on account of the drought. For the first feeling of soreness in the throat there is no better remedy or safer gargle than a mouthful of strong salt and water, repeated several times, f Chicago Tribune. Cotton-seed meal should not be fed to young calves, but for adult stock one hundred pounds of cottoa-seCd to eight 3iundred pounds of corn Tneal, or olhei jrTound food, is a fair proportion. 2Voj JHmes. Lettuce is so "hardy a plant that invea ib the Northern States a little should be sown late m fall and the beds lightly covered. It rill be a treek or tea davs earlier than that sowa. in th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 December 1884

A -"" -T." --j -v. v 'S. 'W "t - As, p- ' A Kr - " y i c :1C t w- W. Mr. Blaine's If ew Home. Washington Letter. I hear that Mr. Blaine, "with his whole family and his Lares and Pen ates, will be here next week. Mr. Blaine (or rather Mrs. Blaine, who made the selection, has leased a very beautiful house. It is on the first corner of Massachusetts avenue, and was built by ex-Representative, ex Senator and ex-Secretary of the Treas ury, "Vyilliam "Windom. The house is a double one and sits on its fine corner like a duck in the water. It is very handsome on the inside and expensively furnished. The wood work is heavy and elaborate. It is just across the street from Senator Don Cameron's, and is within a stone's throw of ex-Secretary and ex Representative Robeson's gorgeous mansion and the Queen Anne pal ace of Senator Pendleton, who must leave the Senate on March 4. The "very handsome house of Stilson Hutchins, the editor of the Post, is next to the "Windom house, and only a few steps ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

P-!.1 . " ''"'. " V "- ,-m, "15. ,- J" , r-saaisxTw 5 'V jt?x -jL '(a'f "i-s - - X REFLECTOR VOL. 2. BILElsTE, DIOBIIIsrSOiT COTJjSTTY, iKJsTSs-S, DEC. 18 1884. 2STO. 18. Xja 1 OMPANY 3 ) - ---. & Great Ex ALL OVER THE Ml lave lies "Wheat is not worth the raising. Corn way down. Hogs are no longer profitable. Cattle still eat, but after they get fat they biing nothing. Money awful scarce and every- body hard up. We have no Wheat, Corn, Hogs or Cattle; but we join the throng in the cry that money is scarce, and we are HABD "UP. We have a tremendous stock of -BOOTS Jb X Am -" OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR LADIES, CHILDREN, MEN AND BOYS, And we have sized up the pocket books of the people of Dickinson county and propose to sell Boots and Shoes accordingly. "We donft care about making a nickel this year, we are going to stay with the people in this finan cial crisis, and we cordially invite all who need Boots and Shoes this winter to call on us and get the bene- fit of the great sacrific...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

'." - X -1iH -- "" M "".4 - --jti- -ijf--rj:"iJS -Vj, x2i 4 -"r?: - i -X - i o J-i . i. O vO - a ABlLEflE REFLECTOR -.... i. . .. . PUBLISHED EVEBZ THURSDAY BT STEOTHEE BEOS. CTXBBENT COMMENT. Paris is said to be amazed at the display of wealth and beauty which effusive Americans are making there. A London bank has issued an order forbidding clerks whose income is less than $750 a year to marry. It is estimated that at least one-half of the exhibits displayed at the London -Aealth Show will lind their way to 33ew Orleans. A Tennessee man lived on a farm for sixteen years without knowing that it had a cave on it worth twenty thousand dollars. Uine car-loads of Christmas trees passed southward through Maine re cently, consigned to New York deal ers. They were all firs, and there were about twelve hundred trees to the car. ' Girl grape-pickers in the California -vineyards are tempting fellows by putting their names and addresses in the boxes which are shipped East Their idea is doubtle...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

-' r: : v- - if - -1 A V- 5 , - t ABILEKE HEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY STBOTflES BEOS. MY KNIGHT. In days of old the warrrior kn!ght To tourney rode sifield In brazen jrrcaves and corselet dijrht, With sword and helm and shield; His trusty lance in rest he bore, And favor of his lady wore. Uijh courarc on the battle plain, In tilt and lojal quest. Hatred or fear and scorn of pain His valiant soul possessed; Dying he only wished to feel A foeiaan" worthy of his steel. Be thine -nch royal meed to gain As knighthood never knew, Such lotty purple to attain, Such no!iio quest pursue. IVhfle armed hots in dread array .And ambushed foes beset thy way. Be strong of heart, of purpose strong, As spurred and armored knurht. Bo brave to tight against the wrong. And loyal to the right. And nobler triumphs thine ""hall bo Than ever knight's of chivalry. Xct Vice throughout her broad dqtnain Before thy prone- tlce. And Virtue with her moil est train A champion Unit in thee. And heart tin ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

'-ffrT 2T spn t -;j ry" , a i Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Dec. 18, 1884. B. l. rrnoTEEri. 8. K.STBOTHER STROTHER BROTHERS Etlitarx ami J'ubllithryit. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Jxb Com-, One Year, ' " SixMontiis, $1.50 .75 Advertising Rates, Reasonable. The Eighth of January. The Democratic editors of this state are going to have a good old fashion love feast at Topeka on the Sth of Jan uary. The Reflectok man will be there to join in the hand shaking and singing of the good old jubilee songs. We know that there are a large number of editors in this state of the old "Jackson" democratic principle, who have survived defeat for a quarter of a century, who can rejoice with hearts warmly intensified with affection for the party which has again just been called to conduct the government for the next four years, and we believe for many after it. To them the 8th day of January has a great significance, for it will bring recollections of those days when the Democracy conducted this government ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

v-,--" , -.i - Jt' ".' f e- -- -r -3'fii. fi Wl ., - -, - - " A .- ? ' t 4 -- -3 - tS. j js lO. wr- P Ifc. r v Lap : R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AXD WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Bead the new Holiday ads and locals. Attend the Opera House to-night. See Jenny "Woltz at the Opera House to-night. Capt. Davidson returned last Thurs day from Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Mahan have returned from a short visit in Topeka. Harry Lee is off for a two weeks visit to parents and friends at Ottawa. Kas. Mr. D. L. Pisle returned home last week from an enjoyable visit to the East. t Messrs. Jno. E. JJoneforake and J. J. Cooper were in Kansas City last Satur day. Eev. Geo. Merriam's subject for next Sabbath morning at the J3aptist church wll be Baptism. The highest price paid for dressed poult-y and wild game at D. Merrifield, on Cedar street. S? The beautiful goods at Sewell's are disappearing rapidly, but more are const...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

- JT " 1 V .J3? communications for ttla paj noma be accompanied-by tie name of toe euthor; not necessarily for publication, but' an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the p per. Be particularly careful in giringr name end dates to have the letters and llcurea '---cd distinct. ". - THE OLD FARM BARN. The dearest gifts to all that lire Are the quiet joys our memories give. TThc future we know-not; but safeis the rast; .And the first wo loved we lore to the last. The image undimmed, we hold it more dear, As the days disappoint us from year to year. The joy long gone, though never so small, Compared with joys present, is worth them all. "What we thought would bo substance, ar rived 'tis a shade. And too late is learned tho mistake we have made. So it comes my heart has a rainy day in the old farm barn, with the children at play. Tho maples look on with bright eyes in their leaves. The clear drops drip from tho swallow-built eaves. The chickens fi...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

..- -w- . '-J--- sUTosys -'ff"",' ,- -B.ar-jSyfcs ' f g && '&&$&rWliW$ v- fc Jw 1 ' n FARM AND FIRESIDE. "With the seeds out pumpkins are zxce'leat for milch cows, and when ccoked are equally good feed for the early fattening of hogs. X. Y. Herald. For neuralgia, wet a cloth with al cohol and apply to the parts and cover I at once with a hot, dry flannel. Relief ' will be sure to follow, no matter what part of the body is affected. Toledo Blade. A new remedy for the worms which destroy house plants is a number of sul phur matches placed in the flower-pots with their heads down. The experiment has been tried with success. X. Y Times. Tree planters should learn to know that a well grown yearling is usually the best tree to plant. Such trees have not been trained into any form, and they are more susceptible to the operations of the planter. Exchange. To iron velvet that has become wrinkled, instead cf dampening the wrong side of the velvet, as many do, ;lace a wet c...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 December 1884

-. ?c - Jr V Toilet Soaps and Perfumes. The Gnest line of toilet soaps and perfumes ever exhibited now on exhi bition at Itforthcraf t's. Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's 4 ' wt. lf - . jsmtek- wMf II n A r . An Honest Count. Housekeeper to servant Now, Jane, you take this money, and go to the corner grocery and buy a dozen eggs. Count the eggs carefully, for that clerk is unprincipled enough to steal the State of New York if he is not watched. Jane What must I do? Housekeeper Look out for fraud. If he gives you eleven eggs for a dozen, contest the election and de mand an honest count. Jane But suppose he makes a mis take and gives me thirteen eggs in stead of a dozen? Housekeeper Then claim every thing, and don't let him go behind the returns. They Are Always Beautiful. Detroit Free Prcts. It seemSjaccordingtothe dispatch es, that Miss Mackey, who is to mar ry a descendant of the Italian Colon na family, is transcendently beauti ful. Her features, her complexion, her figure are abs...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 25 December 1884

' ' " AXjJo T- I REFLECTOE A-RTTHTNTTn, DIOKIZSTSOIT COTJItTTY, BZJsTSS, DEO. 35 1884. 2TO. 19. VOL. 2. ! V. x-i-v- o pMfc ii ' ' a ii . iBH&ssHLJHHMHfiflfir J Vs . . WE'VE 9 xs i 2.000 tock Boots and Shoes! r-UT.r-Lfi.r-i.i n i ' , 1 iJ """ "" I ?$&$&& MW4 i I llf.. jpca erC oao. - ONE NIGIIT ONLY, J7?mir, -D.EC. I r 2ffM .1-. Helen Blythe, $ As "CORA" the CREOLE, ! Beantlful Effects. Superb Cos-I tumes,ElaborateAppolntnient8jr' Large Attendance ETcrywhere k The Pnrsgtand Grandest of all Dramas. J- HOPE ON. ooecgBccg'ffr'-"y-' Reduced in Price to correspond with the Price of Wheat. For the next 90 days I will sell Boots and Shoes 25 per cent lower than any other dealer in Abilene. This statement comes right from the shoulder and is "straight goods." AIL MY GOODS are custom made and warranted to be as represented. Don't buy your Boots and Shoes before coming to see me. S. J. WRIGHT. Don't Forget The Place, First Door South of the Post Office. JOHN FBESTOX CAKPBELL. -...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 25 December 1884

:' -&' Tr3& -& ' - M ABILENE REFLECTOR T, PUBLISHED ETEKY THURSDAY BY STEOTHEE BROS. CTJRBENT COMMENT. r Kate Chase Spkague, the daughter of Chief Justice Chase, is now residing at Fountainableau, France, devoting lerself to the education of her family. Pianos are played and corn popped ly electricity at .the American Elec- trical Exhibition in Boston. Pretty .soon bashful men can pop the question by electricity. The sum of $G00 was paid recently for ono walnut tree near Tazewell, in Virginia. So huge was the tree that the purchasers, who were lumbermen, made considerable profit. The Texas pecans bring two dol lars and twenty-five cents a bushel. One farmer picked seventy bushels from a piece of land, on which he also raised a good corn crop. At Hommonia, in Hungary, a pack f one hundred and twenty wolves entered the village while the inhabi tants were at church, and by their yelp ing destroyed the harmony of the ser vices. The Great Eastern is 579J feet Jong and measure...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 25 December 1884

- -., 1BILEHE BEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY BY STROTHES BROS. A GREETING TO CHRISTMAS. O.Christinas! hnppy Christmas! We greet tlioe onco i train "VTitli garlands and with po-ey, And merry minstrel strains; We greet tlice for the millions Who hail thy joyful morn Tor those who have long passed away for millions yet unborn. Wc greet thee for the mothers. And for the loving- hires Who call the little children Around the lionehold tires; Wc greet tiiee with sweet carols, With offerings tree and glad, JVml gilt more rare and precious Than Eastern magi had. Unto the Child of Mary What -hall the mothers givo But golden deeds of mercy To all on earth who live? Wo greet thee for the aged. Who hail the dawning light Which -iieiun from Bethlehem's mender As star of promie bright. We greet thee with hosannas .And hnllujahs sweet. For they '.vho eek the Holy Child Have nearly readied his feet. Tjnto the hope of Nations What shall the aged ralc? .Sweet odor or thank-giving And frankincense ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 25 December 1884

w ' i 9 i i It Pi Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Dec. 25, 1884. B. X. STBOniZR. S. K. STEOTHEn STEOTEEE, BEOTEESS JCditors antl J'nhJinhrrx. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. oxb Coitt, One Yeui, : : : : S1.50 SixJJoxnw, : : Advertising Rates, Reasonable. .75 "We am pleased to see that most of tbeBLAiNK papers have pretty much concluded to let poor Euiichaiid drop, but the Boston Globe foresees a fresh terror in the rumor that Bukuiiakd will figure in a forthcoming American novel an utterly unfounded fear, since nowhere else could he be consigned to such dense oblivion. The Georgia senators spiced their leg islative labors the other day by joining in singing "The Sweet By-and-By." The performance was up to the average of congregational singing, though it lacked the element of female voices. It would be well if the majority of our State Legislatures could be run half the time as singing schools. The Mkek-Coggesiiall contest goes bravely on. Mr. 3Ieek is building his hopes upon a solidly republica...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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