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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

Morr OuinAOF.8 at thk Fibk.—Wo stated in yesterday's Jbsiio that tho house of Mr! John Hassingor, in GWpentor alloy, a few doors distant from where tbo fire occurred, was entered nnd robbed of $20 in greenbacks. \V * o huvo boon informed that-the famil y wero away .from hojno at tbo time,-and tne house was broken qponby tho scoundrel or; scoundrels. Tho whole house \4fas ransacked, furniture misplaced and injured, and all the drawers and closets searched, no, doubt for valuable articles that conld'bo easily, carried away. Thoro was no oxcuso 1 for entoring the house, as it had not caught fire. • ' ;'.'•/''¦, ' -'• 1 Wo have also been informed that somo ?oun g fellows, who, by/the way, do * not beong to the flre department, chopped up tho bedsteads of Mrs. Burkert and threw the pioces out of the window I whilo tho firo . was raging. They, eitbor did not know what they ' wero doing, jor/ their (vets proceeded from pure mjallciftUBnoai^ - ^-, v . r,-.. ---.-, • »• * If tnobndgo sys...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

^.M.iia ^ . ' .... " ¦ ' [ ' - ' I."' ,, i, ¦¦¦¦¦¦ ' '-1 y.'S»fe MOTZER ife BOKE'S (Fona.H*A.Bock««ar«X , FREECONCERI^ SALOON* > i : V$y^ THR PO*T tf&lOR, [ I ttianis© ,^*, t ',' HAVIKQ kouthk o.t Mr. A. Boek«ii«U> g^ loon, under tb* P>M Ofle* Ik* ttoJ«rri«»ed »nno«nc««hat tVey wUI eMIlMM . Uf SmIbIim ««* der U« abo»» «r*. lid |r«YM«aUti» yarUtU«>> •ntcrtainttintafarwhWa lhUftUe«Uc«t«brat«d, v ' «i " • ¦ ¦ ¦ ' . * • • ' Free Concert Every Evening V-—/"? - ; "i U»i i'\\v'. ¦ '1 • LUNCH HVBBY M0RN1NO, BolleiUm » eontunaUoa of the r^trontite of an •pprocUtincpttblic, they are ¦ • Very R-^t^ ¦ | ;a : «-|mo. - { >• ¦ ^uSj^^l.. ; < ; S iMmikKriv^Lvm wwnmv^Th* Demoprtitlo Club of Cvnra will meet ott&tar* evening, at S/ctopV. Aujmit »h. at the puWlo ho>M of Wilwn HwelW. mwrMlleirouie.) Ai} election for oBeenof UeCl4k i* tobahetd. All toe D«moer*U of the tqwnwip *** f*rnMtl» r#- qaetted to be nraent Adik«ue« will...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

lNnccordanco with tho standing; rules of tho Board of Controllers, the public schools of this city will re-open on Monday next. John L. Barnes,. .. . i ; . ¦ ' City Sqporintendont. y , ¦ ;v ' ¦ ¦*- • ¦ —. ' u . , • . ¦ - Wb wdnld call attentiqn to,tho adyertiBoment"of Kryder ie Co., in another cblanYn. Thoy aro tho manufacturers of Dr. Stfovor'a Tonic Herb Bitters, the most celcbratod bitters now in the country. LOCAL NOTICES. ' . MAiji&E Sittt, Machine Cotton, . Machine Needles, Dress Patterns, etc., can al' ways bo had nt Tyson's, No. 882 Ponn street. < • \ ' aug 22-8t Paints, pil and building materials will be found cheaper at J. L. Stichtefs than at any othor house in Reading. j 18-tf Far and near throughout the Wholo Country, tho newspapers teem with the wonderful cures performed by Dr. Russell'B Maguetic Oil. CO eta. and $1 00 per . bottlo. American Houso, Reading. [aug. 17-tf Tiik Great, the Grand ; tho Only reliable remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumb...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

\v our friends will nse preparations for restoring gray Hair they should use the best in the market. Oar attention b,as lately been called to an article' which has an.oxtensive sale and a very ' high reputation, known as Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia, and wo are inclined to think that it possesses taoro desirable and less objectionable qualities than any other in the market.' It restore ? gray or 1, faded hair to its original colorin a most renikrkable ' maniifer, ' apd by ^ td invigpratinff and sqo(h| .qg properties removes all aandruft and humors .from the scalp. tyveUafai? \m W fa&m\ f«U *Q !fk,0 it,; ftR^B f w : , p,Rf him.basjustrap9|Mda^rgo lot qf EHref freak!drugs.and ropdicmes,. of al) indV. Thbse who deslro the pure article (and who does not?) we would,advise them to go to him. ' His prices are reaspnable^nd fao waits upon all his customers in a prompt and gontlemanl y manner. All preacriptions are put up in the 'most Careful manner;, and there is no danger of any m...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

POTIOB TO 0AlPEJTBi8 AtD ttJJZDW T\* i.o»»fc»iwiM.*»^,v;.« 1Vv

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

Quick ' Work.—John Kelly is ono of tjje Philadelphia %nVungci«4 gtnVty, 'nAjocwno to this city ycatordfty. This morning ho $«&& » visit to tho Eagle Hotel, cornor Seventh nnd Spruco streets. Whilo the proprietor, Mr. Edward Sandswns at breakfast ho took Mm a closet in tho bar room .a Coat and vest and disappeared with bis booty, Mr. Sands, upon discovering hift losjt, loft.infbrniation nt Police headquarters, and tho mat* ter was placed into tho bonds of officers Goodhart nnd Clay. Thoy found tho missing tirttcles at a broker's shop in Seventh «t,, ,and tho, thief ia tho saloon under tho Wbito Horse hotel, corner Seventh arid Penn ets. The accused was given a bearing, by* tlio Mayor, immediately, and committed to jail, to await a trial at Court, in default of $600 bail. Tho arrest waa . made and clothing found within on hour after the fiiformatlon had been left at tbo Mayor's office ' '

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

ykcqiDBKT.—Yester'dny morningthe trestle work in front of a furnace, on tho East Peap. railroad, gave way*wbHo, ' some loaded coal cars , were being placed upon it.' Down went the cars, n distance of somo twenty feet, Ho old rootfier earth. Along with thorn also wonttheffrontbr»keman, Mr. Eoianuel AbeL He sustained slight internal iniury^several outward bruiscB, and had tho palm of his left hand severely cnRfodowt of the flesh torn 6ff \ _ ; ; ,, , t iy. , j f • • J;S. 6vA.—All m ' en»erJ/U tho Junior Sons of America, who wish U>, participate in the institution.of a new caihpat Worncjrsvillb, Berks county, aro requested to ni()et at the place of the institution at tho evening hour on Friday, August 28, 1808. By older of • . . v . IsuAiii 0fiMc%t9,y .;ia27-2t. ; • <?O«intyPri«dei} 't.

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

.MsWiko or Lodges asd ABsooiATiOKB.-r-Thefollpwing named organizations will hold tholr regular stated meetings this (Thursday) opening: . \ r , .Vlkhding Lodge No. 386 I. 0. of G. T., at ^WorancoHall.,. ' , , . \X«ading Lodgo No. M$, I. O\ of 0. P., at w-mwi mu¦¦, . • • Wearing Council No. 40, 0. U. A. M,, nt Sffladft'ami^ penrt street. - /• , " . Montx/oaierjr Lodge N6 ^ C9,1. 0. of 0. F., ntjddPeffdwV-Han. - (/ , %hlenber% Lodge, U. D. 0. H., at Yctige?lHalli p\ft ' Btteet. • > ' ; ! Bkrim Cir^e No. 20, B. U., at BrotherhoodtofU. Hallk -. ; , . Augail Lodgevijlo, 1, Masonic Lndies, 703 PennWrcct. V ; SyiAnctry Lodgo No, 108,1.. 0. of 0. F., Hnimbdro. ' ; • (<; ,-.-' ,

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

Fined for Fas* Driviko.—Henty Hoffi master and JohnKnoll. each have clurge of a team, Tho former drive? one horVo and the latter four. They haul bricks. 1 Each thinks be owns,tbo best hbrge BesK. " Mw ter^ day ftftornobn, tomirig'dowri Penti Btrcyt'fO'j gethor, thoy; conclude^ to me ?bhtgreatHigb-j way fprrracojC^rsei.anlawpythey Men( full' speed ; Arrivin^ M Fifth}street \bey turned up thit ' tho^b\«nfar ' e. ' Bat the W>' Ho streets of ihaiflonrishing town 0< Readibg were flot constructed fbr ttoing, and the ' mi gus eyes of tho pol^were/ upon the.irftbeyB They were escorted to tbf pity. headqnarfWs to answer the chwroflifj.ylolatlnif the (Sty Ordnance against fast driving. Each was ifined$4and discharge^.i Y' .' j <\ -vA¦ ' .• \

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

¦i AovmisiNO Pbovi*;-—people who advertise are imartor .than those>hb don't—bettor looking, tQQ, nine in ten. This is natn'- rol, if not lbi j ical. Advertisih* is an indication of inteUtgence, nut! intomjjwnco is one of the Idading elements of goof lock. At all events tho world believes.in those ' .who adyertiso. nnd it plants its dollars in tbMrpopketa. Such-are l>vo people; and in these Uvely days nooildyvW ' antsanything to do with any but your lite men and wotrteh. Our advice to/everybodyire^c ept in matrimony—is to advortJBO, Itjp sv^re to .returii; large ly, increase your reWntatiohair ' a 'business manj make hosts ofifrlends^nd add to the numbor of shrewd'and' sensibio people iri tha world,of which there has tyover yet been an OTeratock,;

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

AnRivial-r the great Astrologist! • \ tYoa'il think of me some (Vitore day." Describes tne person who loves you; never inils. Is crowded and still they come. By request of many I will remain tbis week; no \Wt<. Reaidenco at Miss lion's, .No. 43fBputh Seventh street..- • aug 24-51* ' GtORaBHABt. , ^0W^pk^ 4«l%itIb^2ft m*fc-*# +<*( .tffil ^ Aal K*oiercEof tfHW aelpti| c*me to this «Uy on Tuwday morn, »8^. « % Ti»iJ t |Starnip9; tp.PhiUdelphia list fv^W^WF 8 ^ W<M ;They itobp<ld:*t ^e Jtfferioti Hodjs , Seventh street,betw«n Prankiiii " and Chestnut. Thrf proprietary Mr. Rudolph 0eintee f accompanied by some friends, ' showed the visitors around. • They visited the various public places in the city. atid/thft WWt* House, ; IfInerai Springs) Andalnslo Hall, Ac'j in tho Buburba. They had a pleasant time w>d enjoyed themselves hugelyj Before leaving they presented Mr " . Heiutze with tho following: ¦ . ExpflBasrok of Thanks. ' Tho St; Paul's Majnne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

gaHgjgjgflgagflgfjgassjHgflgagagaga^ 1868 t ™Dm , u.m^, 1868 ?.P. HEtL?B, (Stmmot to S. h. SnydtrJ . , Corner t$ 2n& and JPknn HrttU , Raiding Ha»nowt>nbaBdandUcoMtanay metving BUILDING fiUkBER op it»t pucumov, . ' watch will be told at thelowest cash price*. Buildera and purchasers call and examine the (took. ' • SNYDBR'S OLD 8TANI), One square below the Plough and Hijrww Hottl. PpOKB, 8ASH, , : . 8HUTTKBS , WINDOW FtUHKB , ! v MOULDIKOS , AC, •. Famished at shortnotice and low price*. feb2»-3m I J. KEBLY. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN LUMBER, BEADING, PA. Keeps constantly on hand and for Rale at the LOWEST PBIOES, A generaKftgsortment of • ; WHITE PINE, HEMLOCK, 8PRUCE, CHERRY, OAK, ASH, V CHESTNUT, INDIANA BLACK AWllITB WALNUT. • CAROLINA YELI.OW PINE ,; ¦ ' an^ ¦ x MICHIGAN PANEL | LUMBER, - Thoreughly seasoned and under oOver. .< AUBO, , ; WHITE PINE, CYPRESS, AND NORTH CAROLINA GREEN SWAMP CEDAR SHINGLES. Orders respectfully solicited a...

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

MULL & MINE, v ( Carpenters and Joiners,' SHOP t tBMON ALLEY, /W«w«r* JVanWffcandj Ghtttnuttiineii, : The sjibierlben hare established, themselvet at tht above place, Wd are now prepared to accommodate all wh» may favor them with »fl order for, Mythlng In. W>« wrjMPUfW^r buU4lM l^« , *t j^ ParUenlar ¦tUeptloh . bafdto Jobk<a#. Dr. dm nay be hit «t tbe re*1%i>e;pfjrffoiftf the I ' . M8 Httuth ThlrdWttfL 1 JAOOBKMHfi? • ¦ .. ¦ ai Wwhibtwijit.;«b(>*5*«*?% < i * TOrJer-toi»Vtheinnpdeor. Iin»yia4Mi) T Awill KOIIKKR, ¦ ' , ¦ ' •• ¦' . \ IFAo/««KwidltttdU {sew* fn FANCY/NOXiobi HAS REMijVKD TO Misblor'a Hdtel BuUding, ¦ ¦ -¦v^- ' .Tv . ' V ¦ ' ; ' : ¦ ' ¦ ' ' ¦ ;- ' ¦ ¦ " >¦ ' ' ¦ > ¦ PKNN 8THEET, READING, PA( ' I • ' ; . ' '• • ' . '¦ . , '¦ .-. THIS MQRNINO , . i • • . ¦ ¦ •'• ¦ " ' - WILL BK OPENED i ) ' An »ttoi«ih«r u«W »nd«t«niW« Mwrlpiwtof GOQDS ; IflSllii The best •raicle»p<rt fcrw Wfo ' w diBSwf)«» • • *~*~ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

PS^BS*^l*^H ¦ . ¦ .•' .~'' ''^. : . / ?aiH) " -' " - 'v ¦ ' • • . ' ' ¦ FA-NGY STOEE, - * * ' J - ' ¦ * . ' ¦ ''" .. ' . . v - 7 X '' -%. E. odipfNuS, ' ,}- ' >.;> iti" 1 ' 'rf f 1' .: \ s t '" ViJi. V> !¦ si- . ¦ - Nowlofrtrtgthilnmtlnderlofllbb^rtoek pf STKAW GOODS ' , ; ¦ : v "• -» (- '«, i' ': . • ' , ' •> - ' I , I 1 ¦ ¦ ' ¦' - . ' ¦ . At «r»»t]yB«due»d Pileei. / ; . * ¦ ' ' ¦ • • - ¦ \ L : ! ¦ • • SUNDOWNS! SUNDOWNS 11 • : ¦ ;\ ii: r • ¦ ¦ • ¦¦ ' • , 1 i From 40 canU up to 11,00, -: : . ¦¦ ¦' ¦ . .; ¦ ¦ "¦ " .i . - 'i ; (JoniUnUylonfttnd «U ihtdei ' of t RIBBON8;, ioNNET StLKa, VELVET RIBBONS, FRENCH FLOWERS, i BONNET VELVETS, ALEXANDER'S KID ' GLOVES, which ha will lell at tl.HSjudJll.8Operratr. A Unrf aMOiimeht of Whit* Kid Qwrei on hand. wbltefllof of IiATsand Bomnetb done at nhon notice and at the lowott prioei. , 0?l«d. r e, Ml d^,.f g ^mW iNus > No. 834 Penn itreet, between Thirlond Fourth. JW8tf ¦ . " > v

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Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

eiPTvDiSTRnlTtOS ¦ " ' ¦ • • . '' by Tiiu | ' . .'V " . ¦ ¦ -" . . ' ¦ Good WO1 Steami gre Od.. OV AX.LBNTOW. i'.-., ON WEDWBSDAV ^ SKPT. St. IMS* , The Good Will Stesnj Flro, Company>fAl(«ntdwn would hereby respoctfuUy annonncetothe cjtUens ofLchtgband adjojnlng c ' ountleATinklln obedlenco to oft repeated and'rtfonillr expressed wlshe* on the part, pf»*,njf>fttetloket'hold«r» in their flntf Ift enterprise, they have determined upon and mslde all the necessary arrangemtnU lot aVecond gr^d gift drawing', only Wn 5 tta?h larger Mafe Jhnp|he one they.Iast wtnTer brootot to so su oessful and.ratlsfaotdry a termination to all interested as ticket-holder*. Ttiv propped new enterprlfe will be made tip of 25000 twkew.and the yriu«:of tt« Olft* to be awardeTu pr)V«lwll amount toWM. "Ayjft^ rije ooMWlrjg of 91,000 In ClOIiD COIH1 A* In the put, so In this«hall honeityfalrtsM and impartiality charaotcrise the drtwlDfe Oar last enterprise gave universal «au*r«ejjoq. TJvery th...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

OTOVE8, RANGE8, HEATERS. WILLIAM BRIDEGAM, No, 242 Penn St., Reading The undersigned respectfully Invltcft public attention to"his newly invented licator, namod the -l KEYSTONE HEATER!! i, BEST HEATER EVER_ INTRODUCED. TnitEK SIZES. It burns less ooalShakes more heattakoB up lew roomand gives better satisfaction thnnony similar invention ever introduced to the public . |i > The advantage of this suporlor hcatfng npparntus will be fully explained by the Proprietorwho guarantees that he will be able to satufy nil who give him a call that it is superior to nny onp Invoniou manuoiata , auo, aufoniagua are so ana. easily comprehendedthat it ncoda only to bo scon to convinoe the most skopttoal. In proof of this he respectfully refers tho publio. by pormission , to the following named persons who are now using those Heaters: ¦ Gko. R, Fbili, , Mb». J. Stkvknbon, 0.b.asioJBt Sum. & Co.. O. A. Nicnor,L8, Hknby Johnhon, John M'Khiqht, ' Josuoa Krki.v, Rkubeh Adaws. Wu. Hk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

jkBB^B^aj^^»£L^L^*^p^^^^^^J^^^^^^^ S^^^^^^*B^I^^^*^^^^*^^^P^*^S^P^^SR*^P*SS^^**^p^^S^**^B^P^BS^^B*^II^^B*^ HIOIOBTaUd OAK WOOD, LIMB AN08Alrt)^|ti#4|l|tfWOOD B* IM . ' BAjt&Ki, ¦ ' '? «r W.d.Ur^^^^d^^MTpart thooity. ^ . ¦ : ¦ ¦ - .fiMWti ;-; •». . ¦ . •.:. •' ¦ ,.:. i " MV^ "1 ' ,' • . " , Iron Oity, Hall Restaurant, W1JP & BEER No*f 4t8 m« fM I» e»« Ulrwt ' ¦ ' ¦ > •: • ; BioirbV wfc 1 ¦ "! '" ;: "re# ai^BB." MEALS SERVED AT ALL HQUBS. GAUB IN SEASON. ; BVERYTHINO IN SEASON, i FINEST y fWW• H* THE CITY, Fdj&JTE ATTENDANCE. Prlv*^ Parlors for Willie*, jnou|»miuriAik»«n(

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

BOOTS AND SHQJBS , ' FOR THE PEOPLE. THE REST AND ^ CHEAPEST! EEINHOLD & SGHOENER, No. 41 North Sixth street, READING, PA. , WhU 8UB80BID1ER8 HAVE JUST ESTAB-1llsheda flrst-class BootandBhoe-maklngesUb* lishu^ent and store at the above stated placewhere they are able to aocommodate customer* with the best arUoles in their line of business, and at lower prloes than atany other. Place In the city.. - ;. ' ; The folio wing IbUf prloe* prove* All we *ajr {.; Men'» calf boots, r U 00 Mid ODw«rdfc Men'ikip'boots. > ••• • ' - t3fln Men's working shoes, ... . ' 180 ifen'sFrenoh calf Congress gaiters, pox toes,. 3 so Afen's calf Cbngress gaiters, 226 Afen'sealf i/altnoralu, - . -300 Men's kip Balmorals, 180 ifoys'carf/lalmorals,' , 160 « 9y*'klpM«noral*. 128 Youths' kip -Balmoral*. l oo Women's lastinghigh Polish, 275 Women * Cbngress gaiters. ' to 2 60 Women's lasting Jyalmorals. - . 190 Women's iforocco Jffalmorals, 200 Women's Aforocco shoes, 166 Women' * kid bIIpmm. . ...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Reading Eagle — 27 August 1868

Njr .. 3VI. 'rXTTiim A; CO:, ' %,VetteMilBliiiteia! y^>' r\\ KwtoroJClnAr 11aii; to // ' •, • y w\ it* original colnr. //, „ • ^WtEndicatoj Pandrull wid//l ' ^vfv HU '' OI;S /A? » V^KSkFKOMTnUHCAI.l' j A/^ ' I: S# I EINQ'S VEGETABLE AMBROSIA IS THE MIRACLE OF TUE AflE. fQBAT-HEApXDPKOPMihaye their locks restored y it to tho dark, fottrou*. tilken Insio of youth, and are happy I " . ¦ - • ' < . | Young people, with Ught,fadtd or mtllair.havo these unfashionable colors ohangod to a beautiful auburn, nnd rejoice I ¦ ¦>' People whose heads are covered min i l)andn\ff atuli/Kmor*, use it, and have clean costs and clear and healthy scalbsl . :'i ¦ BAnHUgADKD^RTERANB have tholf icrualnlng locks tightened, and tho baro spots covered with a luxuriantgroWth of Hair, nndd&noe with Joy 1 , Yoobg Ocntlomen uso (tbecauso it is richly perfumed. . Young Ladies use it because it keeps their Hair In place. ¦ ' Everybody mutt and mill use it because it is the cl<a...

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