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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAY 27 1875 aathe Court Drift 'all or valuable mineral, ud out 550,010 to 100,000 worth otore, when Jackson outlined a writ of restitutio la favor of the Purdue company. Tais writ was resütod by th Pelicans iu armed possesion, and one Snyder, , a son oMhe ueceased, shot at the ster ff. The governor was teleraphd for aid, a ad the sheriff and hi posse fat down at the mouth r.t xko Pelican mine to arve them out. This was the sitnation on Thurs day last, when the senior hnyder, as announced in the telsgram, met face to Uc with Bishop, on the mountain road, between Georgetown and the mine. Bishop wa',atsrested In a lease on the east en of the Dives lode. The Prudm Mining 'Oompanv 19 on the west end. J. H. Mcurdy and others still bold the owner,MP In the lode east of the discovery shaft, and had leased It to B'.shop &. Co., who were operating the same. The deceased, exultant over his eisy triumph over Holllpgworth and the Purdue Company, -...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAY 27 1875 THE RUINKO COTTA OK. (NEW HAMPSHIRE HILM.) BY A. r. From Harper's for Jane At nightfall, coming thrcgh the wooJ, We reacaed hilltops gioomy brow, Where one unpalnt d col ta;e stood, Neglected, dark and low. N lamp arm -mil ctl a living soul; The chimney' Line, reluctant thread Alnno beravd burning coal Vt life where all seemed dead. Until, observing curiously. And gaziog bcK an ou we went One little ple face we could see Close to the window beut. When late we reached the Tillage street, Cbwrful and twinfclin here and there, The house-dog ran to lick our feet bweet was the household air I Yet In my mind I mw all night . Tbat child ' face WRtcMng by the pane. And parsed one more that weary way. ;. And lingered there aaiu. At dawn I rose, aud waiting forth. Met one who toiled upon the road, M'--niu! r evening nothlag loath With talk to eHe tirue'a load. He knew the young man once, he said, Who brougat hij wife home to that farm ; Now all...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MAY 2T 1875 .TT?C T.TVmT.X'S T.TW Y CALLED IN QUESTION IN COURT. ADJUDGED INSANE AND SENT TO AN ASYLUM. TESTIMONY OF PHYSICIANS AS TO HER MENTAL UNSOUNDNESS HEARING STRANGE VOICES FEAR) OF MURDER SICKNESS OF HER SON SHE IS FOUND INSANE, AND WILL BE 8F.NT TO BATAVIA A SAD SPECTACLE IN A CHICAGO COURT. The story of Mrs. Lincoln's insanity, reported In brief by tho Sentinel yesterday, and detailed in full below, from the Chicago Tribune, will, in a measure, account lor the sale ot her wardrobe and other eccentricities oi her life: The death of President Lincoln was one of the nation's saddest misfortunes, a misfortune that It ha not yet outlived. The fact that he bad fallen by the band of the assassin only tended to intensely the public grief, and to add to the gloom which settled upon the popular heart. From North, South, Emt, and West, the wail of regret came up, and a distracted country was unitfd in sympathy at the groat calamity. Even from acro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 May 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, MAY 27 1875 8 A. C A. R D Trado Palace, Oct. 7. To trie Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the bestselost9d stock ofDry Goods, Notions and Mil ioery ever orouarht to this city. By giving our individual attention to uying inew York, we hav BPaured a line of Silk. Black Goods Dress Good3 Dometics, "Vnclens Flannels,. Shawls, Table "Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rat63 unci on such terms as enables us to oOr the 'owes' prices known Bince 1862. Our prieos are alike to eli, and Grangers ns weh as other will find M.t no other houas mora attractive goods or lower prices. Z.. S. AY"RE3 &z CO., Palace. trade II ATT EXT I X .New region and IVninty Law. Claim due almcv every soidicr or his heir. Hj your rights -amine J under the late laws. No fee ar (Wee unlets successful. 'Hie new law includes thousand who are getting no pension, or are entitled to bounty. IJounties collated, new discharg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

1 i' I 1 1' J "VOL. XXIV-KO. 41. EXDER TRIBUTE TO THE DISTINGUISHED DEAD. Iheir Deeds of Daring Extolled, AND THEIR GRAVES STREWN with FLOWERS. THE DECENNIAL DECORATION DAT AT O RE EN -CASTLE GRAND AND IMPOSING CEREMONIES PROCESSION TO FORE3T HILL CEMETERY ORATION BY THE HON. O. P. MORTON, AND THE PRELIMINARY PR0CKED150S FLORAL TRIBUTE TO THE FALLEN HEROES OP THE WAR FOR THE PRESERVATION OF . THE UNION. Special correspondence of the Sentinel. Greencastle, May 31, 1S75. This has been an eventful day for Greencastle, Tba graves of her honored dead in Forest Hill Cemetery -were strewn with flower?, tender tributes well bestowed. There was a large attendance, and the city was appropriately decorated cut of respect to the memories of tba distingushed dead. At noon the bells were runs and martial bands called the people together at the Court Uouso Sqaare. There they were :.rmA.i in line and marched to the ceine.eiy, ou:h of the city, in tb following oraer der escort ot-Marshal Maban Silve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, JUNE 3 18751 THE BLUE AND TFIE GRAY. Br the flow o the inland river, "Wheuce t! e firsts 01 iron have neu. Where the blade or the grave-gra.- quiver. Aflepare theranksof the dead; Uüdr the a d and the dew, v altiug the Juognientviay ; Under the one. the (ilue ; Under the ether, thejUray.. These la the robing1 cf glory. Tboe in the ilo an of uefeat; All with the batl'e-blood gory. In the dusk of ererulty meet; Under the sod nd the dew. Waiting the Judiment-day; Under th laurel, the Bin; Under the willow, the Gray. From the si enceof rorrowful hours The desoHte mourner go. Lovingly laden wlih Ilow-rs, Alt e for the friend aud the foe. Under the d nd the dew, Waliltig the Judgment-day; Under the rose, the Clue; Under the Hilles, the Oray. Bo with an f qual splendor The m-iming sun rays (all. With a Uuch impar.lally tender, Un the bio-nso an blooming for all. Undr (he od and the dew. Watting for the J:dim?nt-dy : BroiJered with gold, the Dine; Mellow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 3 1875 HOME AND FARM. i Sora ot our foreign friends. Tearful 01 Doryphora, are finding a sort ot melancholy hanior In this o'er truo American tile of the American Colors lo beetle: Tliree men were comparing noted, when one saiJ. There are two bugs to every stalk." Tne second added, "I hey have cut down Djy early rop, aiid are sitting on the rail lence waiting for ray lato crop to como up." 'Psnawl" said the 'third, "yon know nothing about ir I passed a ued store the other day, and ta the bugs lookin over the books to seo who Lai purchased aeed pcta'-oee." It U perfectly frightful to read of the fatalities and losses which happen from day to day from runaway horse. The trottW lien in the Jactthat so many horses are i:eve;properly broken. A well trained, ate Lorae 1 worth aa nincb lor bia eaucatlon m for bis power. Th9 trouble and cost cf breaking a young hore systematically and well is as good an investment ad cau be made, in a money view, to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 3 18761 TUURSDAY, JUNE 3. Recent reports irom the regions where the tTTshnrmfirs have been hatching are e- r r more encouraging, especially ia Missouri. Gov. Harden, ofthat state, may jet issue a counter proclamation. Philosophical protessors, such as those they grow in Nebraska, make curious dis coveries. - A lew days since one of them an nounced on authority of a series of tests,lhat grasshoppers are worth fifty dollars per ton for fertilizing purposes. Now, another one ha3 discovered th2t tha pests are very pal atable when fried ia bulter. This assertion, like the grasshoppers, sboutd be taken with a grain of alt. The President's proposition to remove the Sioux to the Indian territory does net seem to meet with much favor with tk3in. There they would be required to engage, to a greater or less extent, in agricultural pursuit, which is not at all in accordance with their training and taste. They would a great deal rather raise hair than ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JUNE 3 1875, in prfjTTPsa every whom In the Union where newso-tpers are "published. The Springfield Republic in jut t-merpd from cue of theo prelection unscathed. Tb St. Louis Republican tailed a lawyer ahyfeter when he was on, and the injured psrty brought suit, laving tl.-dani??P9 in a mitty sum of money and wsa awarded one cent. The Cticasro Timts tared worse in Its last cae, bat the general recklessness of that paper doubtless bad much to do in shaping the verdict. The Indianapolis Sentinel published, one day last weck, an appallic? charge azainst Thomas Mclntire, superintendent of the State Deaf and Dumb Institution, and E. ft. Valentine, a male teacher of the asylum. The charges were in the form of sworn alRJavits, and were introduced by Mr. John E. Fawkncr, an uncle to one of the young ladies Raid to seduced by Mclntire. Therefore the men Mclntire and Valentine bring a libel euit aaitet the Sentinel of Indianapolis for 550,000 damages eacb....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JUNE 3 1875 G DEAF AND DUMB IXSTirUTIUN. CHARGES AGAINST THE STJPEH- , INTENDENT. INVESTIGATION BEFORE TUE TRUSTOR. TUB AN-WER AND THE STATEMENTS IN PCPyoitT r it a curious- exhibition of SWKAUIO AND COCSTKB kWEAIUNOADr.iPRNAIKNT UN HL J UNE 8. Yeterday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Eoard of TxusUes of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, lr. Jameson, of this city, p:esideat. Dr. Erown.of Kichmond. secretary, aud Dr. Jame, of Mun'ce, nie-.tatbegivernor'a roms to commence the loves: Ration of the charge preferred by Johi K. Fawkner against rhoma? Mclntire, ..i,r.r on! lraO. Valentine, teacher. The ineetlnj was caUed by Dr. nn. and Fawkner'a attorney i Jamewere noilSed Thursday evening The trus-e . on arriving alter dark. at the execn'.ive den-irtment, held a- if. rrfrlti f.ira a consultation whu h.lf hour or more .nopchicn thed.rs w. ie thrown opeu and the .1,-0 imiwi. accusor and reporters wee "7 TIT ip MrlniireaDd Mr. Valentin sat with their couusel. Mewrs. F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JUNE 3 1875, THE SENTINEL SUSTAINED. THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. AN IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION INTO TIIC AFFAIRS OF THE DEAF AND M'Jin ASYLUM DEMANDED AND THE SUSPENSION OF THE SUPERINTENDENT PENDING THE INVESTIGATION CALLED FOR. A STRICT INVESTIGATION DEMANDED. From the Noblesville Independent. Tha Indianapolis Sentinel has trot itself into two libel suits. The sum total of both suits will a-aount to $100,000. Thos. Mclntire, superintendent of tbe Dsaf and Dumb Aylum, and Ii O. Valentine, one ot the teachers in the institute are the aggrieved parties. Tbe Sentinel published charges ot adultery. Tbe charges published demand a ratioa. THE 8KNTINEI. SUSTAINED. (From the Columbia City Post. The Indianapolis Sentinel has involved itself in a libel suit for darin to publish tbe evidence, iu a documentary sbape, and it is hard to controvert touching cross and 1"morel abuses by the superintendent of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, at Indianapolis. We admire the tear...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY JUNE 3 1875 I) Trado Palace, Oct. 7. - To tlio Country Readers : ."We respectfully as& your knrnad'ato attention tc the bestsc'iöctd a took; of Dry Goods, Notions ami MiMncry ever drought lo.hu cizy. By giving our individual attention i t uyiny in We W- Yor k. we hv ooured line of Silks, Black Goods Dx-ess Goods Domctfcs, vooUn3 Flnnis, Shawl. '1 able Linens. Blankecs. Comforts, 2-.o- tionsacd Mi.liaery at sucri rates n-i on suchtoraises etiames us .-, offer the IOW63' prloes known since 1862, Cur, priec3 arc aiiuo to Ii nr.d Granaei-3 s VSk as OlB- era will find no other housa prior g. TKADE PALACE. IP Pi mi ATTEXTIOX.-Xew Pension and Bntntr Law.-. Claims due almost every soldier or his heirs. Have your rights examined under the tote law. No fee or charge unless successful. The new law includes thousands who are getting no pension, or are entitled to bounty. Bounties rnllecteri. new discharee obtained. I'en- tinni rFwi'.Tr! fir incre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

V ) I if 1 "VOL. XXIV NO. 42. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY JUNE 10 1375: WHOLE NÜMBFR 1 ?nq TIIE DEAF AND DUMB. THE CHARGES AGAINST THE MANAGEMENT. THE INVESTIGATION INAUGURATED. IS TIIE ABSENCE OF DR. JAMES, OF THE TRUSTEES, ON ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS, TIIE PROSECUTION ASKED. A CONTINUASCK FOB A FEW DAYS THE QUESTION AROUED AND A POSTPONEMENT UNTIL THIS AFTERNOON GRANTED ANOTHER COUNTER AFFIDAVIT AND ANOTHER ILLUbTRATION OF TUB MORAL TRAINING RECEIVED AT THE ASYLUM. Yesterday being the dyaetfor t he be ginning of the investigation iDto the charges iffectlng the managemeat oi the Asyium ior the Daafand Dumb, the hall of representa Uvea was thrown open. About 1) o'clock two of the trustees, viz: Jameson aDd Brown, the prosecutor and the defendants, with their counsel, filed into the ball and seated themselves at the desks in front Of the speaker's stand. A lew lriends of the parties were also present, but none of the crowd of the character such salacious developments as are anticipated usually ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 10 1875 FARRA.UUT. His was the darin of tbe old Vlk In. A courage constant, confident, hublitue, Which knew no obstacle of tide or tirne.1 Hedtfniel it bat a light or common thing. When tbe wild waves aloft their crests would And through the darkness came the awful roar Of hungry breakers on the d read lee fchore "While Hiiilor lieurd the death, bell's warning Chime, . A . Palm and unmoved his watchful post to keep, And ga.de hin bark in safety o'er the deep. When furious raged the battle's thunder storm. And the fierce hurtling death-bolts shrieked The gallant fleet wrarp'd in a' sulph'rous shroud li'gh borne aloft was ?een his manly form. While played around his head the lightning warm. As oravely he surveyed the scene afar. To mark the daring foeman's plan of war Hierein with eagle eye the lurid cloud. Then rang hi voice, a clarion, lud and free. To guide the fight, and herald victory. Gentle, as brave of heart " tender and true"ot luia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 10 1875 8HEKIFF' r 1 copy of decree to me directed, from the Clerk of the Superior Court of Marlon County, Indiana, In a can wherein Ingram Fle'.cher "eml. lire plaintiffs and Isaac Davis et al. are defendants, requiring meto malte the an m or eight thousand nine hundred ana thirty-six toiiar nri tirt.flva cents, with Interest on iid decree and cni, I will expose at puJ ui i nt n l w Ii hl uiuuci vu ATURDAY, the 19th day of June, A.D. 1S73 etween the hoars ol 10 o clock A. x. and ClocE P. M.OI iaiua7,RHeuw oi ,.u louse of Marlon county, Indiana, the rents ana tne following rei esmie, urnn. T.f nnmw.r thirteen MSI In Pratt's subdivis ion of outlot number one hundred and seventy two 11721 In the elty of Indianapolis, Marlon county, Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a snfflelent sumtosatis'y aald decree, interest and co,w. i will, at the same time and place, expose 'to public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so mac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JUNE 10 1875 THURSDAY. JUNK 10. The editorial copied in another column roui the New York Evening Post, shows that some of the most thocghtlul of the people are awakening to a sense of the awlul injustice with which the nation is treating the Indians. Among Grant's wor3t failures may be classed the contemptible flake which he made la regard to the peace policy. It is more disgraceful than the defeat of civil service reform. Charles Nordhoff says that the ruling class in Mississippi has some curiou9 representatives. The treasurer of Hinds county, In which the capital of the state is located, was a negro who could neither read nor write, and he was shot by another colored man on account of a disgraceful intrigue. The republican city ticket in Vicksburg last summer consisted of a white man who was under indictment lor twenty-thxee offenses, lor mayor, seven negroes, of low character, for aldermen, and a while man who could neitner read or write aa th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 10 1875 7 V J 'I for $15. One of the women who attended the sale, dressed in deep mourning, w&9 the widow of the dead partner. When a large headstone was put up, on which were carved a Savior and a cross and two angel, Mrs. Morton bid ?10 tor it. The price was run up by several bidders, but Mrs. Morton was the purchaser at ?2ä. SUE SEEMED WOBRIED, however, when the next, an extra large atoue, was about to be sold for flö, and bid 4tS lor it, and bought it. A square monument oi white marble, seven feet high and about two lest square, with a large double base and a carved cap, was sold to Mr. Doian for 31. The most snowy piece of all, an exquisite white marble column about eight feet high, n-.ounted on abighly polished pedestal and an octagonal center piece, in all about fifteen feet high, wai started at ?M, and was sold at ?30 to Mr. Jackson. A large white headstone, which, in falling, had broken across the center as clean as a cu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JUNE 10 1875 THE MAIDEN SLEEPS. TRANSLATED FROM TUB GERMAN. Krom Chamber' Journal. Tb ruilden leep why mourn ye in this wise, Ye parents? Let her rest. The U ii tae tbal 'm,d the G"wer8 1Ies novates to your acblni? breast: My iotlH liuht; oh, wherefore weepT I lay me down in peat-3 aad !eep. The maiden sleeps. The maiden s'.ej wearied from play, to rest. Tired out with Happiness, The doll the Utile arm had fondly pressed, 1 be pretty Sunday dres, lit-r story bjk reuimb?rt d notAll, aU her ire wurei now forgjt The maiden s.eeps. The roailea Bleeps her life was peaceful made, And lUni her earthly lot, A tittle stream that through the flowerä strayed, W'i.h love nd aiusio irugbi; 'o bitter grief the i hild's heart pained, Hoou wit) the short tWbt fought and gaiued The maiden sleeps. The ludi'leo sleeps how blest she slumbered in l f .... a a .1. i. ni'ao rm That spotless neart, umotied, unstained by sin, jo -rtuly fear could barm; A conscience pure,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

LxiJti IWIUAJNA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JUNE 10 1875, THE BSE AND THE WHEAT. a Arouior. ET IX. D. BAILIX5N. .A honey-bee vent booming Ovt-r the whltealng wheal, Ht way she knew, .nd straight she f'vf Home villi her burden sweet. Vnd tbe efrs, as they rattled falnthly. Appeared in accents saintly Tin burden to repeat "More ueful are we than honey-bee Though she labor long and merrily." es," each said, his eon fldent head leaning toward his neighbor; MVe alone are the givers of bread, The rewarders of ail men's labor ; 'To baron and b or, To cottar and king, To the rich and the poor our blessing we brine, More nseful by far than this sonorous thing. The bee swung high Tbe tall h dze over, .And huinrued her reply As ehe skimmed the clover ; My harvest may be small. Yet it is far sweeter, "YMding more delight To hiah r lowly eater. You elve food to man, " But it lacfceth vor; :-icnt the gilt I bring, KiitofdcUiious flavor." "Thanks to thee for answer thine, most sapient hummer! To eai'h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, JUNE 10 1875 8 C -A. Jbi D Trada Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Mil;inery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to r.uying in New York, we hnv Becured a line of Silk, Black Goods. Dress Goods Dometins, "Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Motions and Millinery at such ratc3 and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowes priceä ktown since 1862. Our priecs aro alike to all, and Grangers as wel. as otters will find &t no other iiousa more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj. 3. AYBB3 s CJ 'V 1 1 AD K XVIj 'V C K . ATTF.XTIOX.-Cew Tension and Bounty Law. Claims due almost every soldier or hi heirs. Have your righti examined under the bte laws. No foe or charge unless successful. The new law includes thousands who are getting no pension, or are entitled to bounty. Bounties collect...

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