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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

PUOCtAJMATIOW ^ \ €u tlje"£itijW5 nf dptlqsliiirg. ' pulverinacSier's Hydro - Electric w> fv* js» ^ :?,f> PS A ?WS ' V ijh ' I £±& y isr£i.£LlUVty - CONSTRUCTED to be worn nest to the» skin, producing a constant current of cn- . 1KTEHKUPTED ELECTRO MAGNETISM effecting IMMEDIATE RELIEF, k'liOM ALL AVUTti PalNS, aud a , Permanent.cure of Neuralg ic Diseases! Pulreruiacher's Eiedric Chains were " first used in France, three years since, for the cure of JServous Diseases, nod after being submitted to the most thorough trial, in every hospital lu Paris, by the most, learned professors in that city, they were recommended to the Government of France, who "granted a patent for the discovery. _ During the, years J. 851 ^ 2, they were introduced in Germany; Austria, Prussia and England, ' and one year since, introduced and patented by the United Stales Government. Must Atluiiis/iing Lurts itf Kbeumntis.n. ' • St. ' Vitus's Dance, l'mnfiil iiid dwelled Joints, I'alp...

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

MONEY LOST! IT is an ESTABLISHED FACT that many persons lost.°:noney by not purchasing Goods at the well known CHB\PSTORE of Abram Arnold, at his old sthnd, "on the South TSast corner of the Diamond, where he is now receiving the c heapest, prettiest anil \\cat Retorted Slock of®" Fall and Winter Goods, .fqer before offered to the citizens >>f Adams county, consisting, in part, ae follows : Black, . Blue and Brown ('"rench Cloths, Fancy, Felt and Beaver Cloths for Over Coats, < v Newest Styles,) Black and Fancy Ciissi* meres, Tweeds, Jeans, Cassinets, &c. &c, for Men's wear. Silks, Mous d« Lain**, ;Alpacns, Men noes, Plain and Fancy Sack Flannels, njso a beautiful assortment of .Satins and bilks for Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbon, and a great var iety of other articles, all of which the public are respectfully requested to eal) and examine for theroselves.jbelieving thai it is only necessary to see our goods, price them, and examine, to induce pers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

mm ii»sa MARCUS SAMSON HAS opened and is now selling rapidly at his Store in York street, opposite the Bank, a very large choice and cheap assortment nf SUMMER GOODS, to which he invites the attention of the public. They have been delected with great care in the Eastern cities, have been bought cheap for cash, and will be sold cheap for cash—cheaper than at any oilier establishment in Gettysburg. His stock consists in p,irt of Black, Blup, Olive, and Green CLOTH COATS, with froVk dress, and sack coats; a I so-Tweed, Casfirneret, Italian (-loth, Linen Lustre, Check, Gingham, Sea Grass, Duck and Summer (/loth Coats; also a superior Klock of PANTALOONS, consisting in part of excellent atul well made French Bl^e.k Doe-s1»in Cashmere * Ejncy_JL2ri8siiiicr-e^_SatuieUs^_V.Hl4»us»_(-l»)rd, Liuen, and Cnttonnr ' e.—The stock of VESTS comprises every variniy ol inanu&icture—fine black" Satin, Si'k, Velvet. Italian Silk,-while, f.inc-y and bull Marseilles, Summercloth, &amp...

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

" . col. n. cobeA, AT TIIK GETTYSBURG ^TSAM MILL. THE siihsi-fiber has completed his new Steam Mill, ami is-nnw prepared to SA.YV TIMBER and CHOP (»R \IN at usual ra.es nnd shfij't notice. Karuier. - ami others can have Sawing and Choi>inc/ done at any time. 0^7"IIniiover prices in ('ash will be pai.l.for Rye, Corn ard ( .hits-, at the S . te,nu Mill. {£^-Fee.d constantly on hand sind for sale. C. VV. HOFFMAN. Aug-.'st 14, 1854. ly • fSr ° FATIIHANK'S I rn ^ ¦ ¦ p atbsi I ^t 'raT^-^k. S ofd at their (^^^^^Warehquse ^ 225 Market St., ~^%i?6i i§jp&' ~" PIIILADKLVillAv Railroad, fla-y. Coal and Farmers' SCALES; set in any part of the. country, by experienced workmen, arid at short uolicc. April 10, Ift51. Cm No. 240 Pratt Street, Baltimore - ISRAEL KXOOE, Proprietor. • JOHN (J. KNODE, Superintendent. ,Mny H, 185-1. ly 280 Market strtet, above 8lh, Philadelphia. C B. IStiNil & Cti-o., Proprietors. rjp lllS House, has a central location, on one JL of the pr...

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Id=215 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

ZINC PAINT. One-third Cheaper than White Lead, arid free from all Poisonous Qualities. r pH E N K -V JK!£SEYZ1NC CO M PANV J_, liaviiij * greatly eul.irg^d their works, ' and iin|W>veil—iliH-quality—nl—thfir—products^ ure prepared toex(icuU; orders for theirSlli»e4'i<>i' i*i»JHtS, dry, ami groiiud iii oil. in assorted packages of tn>ni -J.) to 500 puunds-; also Dry.i in barrel*, o' 20i> puunds each. ^ Their VYhito. Zinc, winch is sold dry or ground i.Loif, is warranted PURE and unsurp assed for Body anil Uniform Whiteness. A-method of preparation lias recently been discovered, which enables ihe Company to warrant their paints to kper^t ' resh ami solt in the kegs for any reasonable lime. In this reupect their paints will be superior to any other in ihe market. • 'I iieir Brown Zinc Paint, which is sold at a low price, 1 an.l cni'diily be iifaile ^' Trotii ^ . the Zinc ores from New Jersey, is now " wellknown for its protective qualities when ap...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

VEIV ARRIVAL AND A. GREAT GAT HE RING! - ALMO ST everybody is attracted lo the Store of J. L.SCH1CK, in the Three-S:ory building 1 . South West corner of the Diamond, lo see the large and splendid stuck of he has just-brought from iho cities, and he is of course making any number ' of sales. But "the more the merrier," and nh»> busier he. is kept the better he likes it. Hin assoitmeiU embrace.-, i.iidlcs ' Ore.SH Goudx of every descri[ilioii, such as Si I Us, Baregejl . eLaj.nos, Chilli liareifp. Lawns, Drap de liei<re, Alpaca de Beiw, AlpaiMs, Bombazines Silk Down, Linen Lustre, Calicoes, Ginghams, Chambra Ginghams; Swiss, JacoriPt and Cambric Muslins, in^eve.ry variety ; * Crape and Cai-hmere SHAWLS; Laces, Edgings, Ginrps, Dreas^ Trimmings; and Ut'ttons, &c. For, the G-putleinen. h« lias Cloths, Cassimeres, Cashmeret, Italian Cloth, Drapjde Ete, Vesiings. (a larjje and beautiful, variety,) Cottonade.*, Liren Ciiecks. Gray ' Linen, («omeihing new and fi...

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Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

2000 LADIES ARE willino io certif y thafthft HATHAWAY COOKING-STOVE is the very best Siuve now in us«, inasmuch as they will do more Cooking, Roasting and Baking, and doit with. les« labor, and last as lou« again as any other stove now sold. These celebrated stores are constantly ke,pt for sale at a very induced price, at-the (xsttysburg foundry & Machine Shop where the. subscribers, feelinjr determined to suit.ill persons, have also the Parlor, Sexton s Hrf ' .iiiuore Air-tight, Peakskell, and Ctbinch (Jook Stove, and Air-tight and Ten plate Parloi Stoves, ofthe most heautifnl patterns. The .Scyliir 1*Ioii^1Iin, which cannot be surpassed for lightness of draug ht, or in tho-character of their work, are constantly on h.md for sale, and in view of the fact that the Mould board of these Ploughs is one fourth heavier than that of otherploughs, it is decidedly the cheapest that can be obtained. .. 03-WITHEltOW PLOUGHS and others, Castings for the Woodcock Plough, Windmill ...

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

FRENCH TBrUSSES, IViilGUlXUJJiSS TH.IK_2)£ OC.STES. For the Cure of Ilrrnia or Rupttire. i OKNOWLEDGED by the highestmed-¦Ta ical authorities of Philadel p hia, incoinp.if'iidy superior to any other in use. . Sutferers .viil be gratified to learn that the occasion now offers to procure not only the. lightest and must, eu.iy, but as durable a Truss as any other, in lieu ol the cumbrous and uncomfortable article usually sold. There is no difficulty attending tin- litiino, and whan the pad is located. it will retain lib position without change. Persons at <i distance unable to cill on the Mibsenbf-r, can have ills Tru%s sent Id any address, by remiltiuu; Five Dollars fir the ' single Truss, or Ten for thn; double—with me.isuris round the hips and stall.ig side affected. Il will he exchanged to suit it not fitting,-by returning it at onoe, unsot'ed. For sa u only !>y the Itnporter, CALEB B. NEEDLES,. ; ~7 Cor, Twelfth <*• Race Sts., Philadelphia. 0^7~ Ladies, ...

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

SPOUTING! SPOUTING! GEORd'Eaud Henry Wampler will mike Umise Spotiiing .md ;>ul up the same low. for ciisli f>T eoiinlry produce. Fanners and all others wishing tln'ir H.mses, lj.irns, &.r, spoilU'd, would do well In "ivethmi a ctll. G. &.. 11. \VAMPLER. April IS, 1S53. / ' I rocvrlP 1 * a»«l Cl'tpontt^vare.-\JT J- S. (iRAMMKR defies the town ocounty to produce che-iperand better Groceries and Qiieen-iu.ireihan l;e is now selling. Sngur of tir«t rai, ' j quality and hard to beat, for only n F/Pa pound, and everythiiigelse in prop.irlitM!. .. — ; - (April 10. Fancy Ardolew.—To see a fine col lectiiin flf Fancy articlfs, at very reduced "prici-s, go lo F.»hnesu>el;s', where yon cm rgeUn-i i ' i.iir> " ti-larjH assiirtinentriiiRludinir Sewing Bids. Port Monaics, Csiba^.F.in 5:, F-ench worlo-d. Sv\ l-is. Calnhri.:, Honoton and li"l>in«u (dollars, Top <tnd Sido Combs. Ttc. Arc, all of which can he purchased at Hip lowest rales a...

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

STOVES—STOVES! ON bnnd and for sale, a unvm variety of COOK -STOVES—very cheap. Call dnd see them. GrX) ' . ARNOLD. September 4, 1851. DOCTOR JOHN A. SVtfOPE, HAVIN G located permanently i n Gettyshnpf. offers his professional services to ihe public. Office am! residence in York street, oppoMte the f3ank. Getiysburir. April 21. 1851. ly --11-K 3I-O -V A -I, J. LA^REN'CE HILL, M. D., KA SIiUOflice nne do.i r west of the I. ut hem n church, in Chaii.hersbiirij street, and np-\ \)i»\\e Gr.uiiuier's store, where those w-ishiiiji j tohaveany l>;'HJal Opyrtttioii performed iTrre-respTcTI u11ylnvi ied to ca11. iicFt msnts: Dr. D. Gilbert; Dr. C. N. U. rlnr-by, Dr. D. Homer, Rev. C. P. Kraiith, D.D., Rev. H. L. | Bather, D. D., Rev. Prof. William M. Rey-! nnlds,Rev. Prof.M.Jacobs. Prof. M.L.Sloever. ) Gettysburg, Aiiril 11, 1653. tf

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Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

TIMBER LAND - -ip^d^^Ml-^ -— I^HE subsciiber has still a few more Irts^if TIMBER LAND fur s.ile, which will be disposed uf reasonably. For inionn.iiion apply to J. D. PAX ION. Also a lot of LOCUST POSTS lor sale. Gettysburg, M;iy 15, 185-1. tf H ot133 IS hereby civen. that the PartnPrshi p hereto fore " existing between Thomas Warken JLL' lLO j-^mGE \\1iKREN._lrailjng unil_er the finiL. <i< '(' . W .irreu and S.in, is tliis day dissolved b y mutual PniKi'iit. All prr<nns knnwincr them ! selve> hid eh l nl T" -said firm arerequesterl lo cill and si'itle with tho oibscriSi-r. ai the Fnmidrv, or tht-ir chiiuis will tip left wiih W. L. ~- Oamp- ~ BEl.L. Exj.. fi>r eiillfciiiui. April :i. 1H. - , 1. T. \V-t\-RREN. New Clothing Store. ~T T~LT7l<Tn<U nt UK\I>V-MA"DK CLOTH-2\_ ING always oh h.ind, at lowest prices, " at the st^re of the suhscriber, nearly opposite the English Lnih^ran Church, in Chambersburg street. (t^-Clothin? ...

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Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

THE WAR GOING OTs! r B"MIE\var in Europe is l.irgoly engrossing JL public attei^iuii, and priciiS "ener-illy are U"ingup. I'i 'l the undersigned ttouliV-sngjiest lo his cusiiiuiers and everybody else that he Ir.is jii^t ri-nirnt'il I ' roin il»e city, with the cheapest and brut stock of Nuts, Coafectioaary, Fancy Soaps, &c, he Ins t-vor hei ' nrn olfcred. Call nod jndi;n lor yi'iir>elves, and if y mi do not pr.jiMinice h!^ uiyiiil.s .iiiioiiix the clie.ipest aiid lies! }' ¦?!! h'.iVe ever lonlied ;it, then 1-s lie "ri^llv misimKcii. Hi-! stuck comprises, in part; CulLes, Sugars, Teatj, ' ' l^icn ' atus, Syrups, Mol.is-s c^. Crankers, ()rani;es. Lemon-., AIiii'iiuIa, P.ilui Nii'h, I't'ti Nuts, English Walnuts, Fiiliej-ls; C"iilVclioiiary, of a iumdrod sorts; Pepper, Cinnamon, (.'loves, Soda Salerams, Washing Soda, a large variety of Fancy Soaps, and everything else in bis line. 0^7-C.ish Coun '.ry Produce taken in ex changi^ir Goods, fsic FSoHi* and Weed hi twine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

Baltimore & Snsquehanna Railroad. C1HANGE OF HOURS Way Passenger /Train leaves Calvert Station al 8.15 Tm Arrives at_V'qr_k._at .-_- ._-: ' 11 ajh Accommodaiion Train leaves Calvert Station at " 4.25 P M Arrives at York at - 7-42 p m Ex press Train leaves Calvert Station at lo p m Arrives al York at 1' 2 P m KKTUKPilNU. Way Passenger 1 Train will leave Harrishurg a_t _ ¦ 1.45 p M Arrivine at York at . 2.45 p m Express Tramle.aves Harrisburg at "8.45 a at Arriving at Yurk al • 9. '4 am A. P WINC[IESi:ER, SuperU. MarchSO. 1854. *" . "'' ¦

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Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

A FRESH vSUPPLY npjlE undersigned has just rt'tnrned from J_ the City witli a large supply of FRK.sFl fjOB^SrW^nc^lre^s^r^ared-io-s^-irt-pTtces which cannot be beat. His stock consists of U KOCDRI ICS, of all kinds, Sugars, Molasses, Coffees, To.is, P^ish, Salt, Cr.ickeis, "Cheese, Pickled Cu« ciiuiburrt, &o. Also, Fruits and Confections, 'Orrinjres, Lemons; FiifS, Raisins, Prunes, &c. —Also, Powder, Shot, Tobacco, Sfgnrs, Gail's celebra^d German SiiioUing Tobaccc, and a variety of other articles—Also, a firstrate assortment of the. best qualities of I.I QUO S, Wines ana Brandii'g, of diflV-ront Kinds,N^ K. R.irn, HoIIhimI Gin, Old Rye, &c—all of which can be had on the lowest teruiK at the Store of the subscriber, in South Baltimore street,.next door to the "Star" office. {fj- Also, al.way.s on hand a variety of Stone Jugs, &c.—Gi*e us a rail. BAlANriRL ZIEGLER. Gettysburg, May 15, 1854.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Office remaved to one door West of Bnchlcr's J)rug&Book-store, Chatnbersburg strttt,) Attorney & Solicitor for i*at«uts and Pension*, - EOUNTY LanJ Warrants, Back-Pay suspended Claims, and -all other claims ¦ against the Government at Washington, D. C: also American claims in.Englan<t. Land Warrants located and sold, or bought, and highest . prices giv ' enr * ¦ _ Ag«nts enganpd in locating warrants-, in Iowa, Illinois, ami other Western Slates; and lands for sale the r e. ft5"App ly to him personally or by letter. Gettysburg, Nov. 21, 1853. ly ~^m7b7mcclellatj, Attorney at law. OFFICE on the south side of the Public ^Square, two doors west of ihe Sentinel office. Aujr. '22. 1853.

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

Executor ' s iVotiice. DAVID GRIEST'S ESTATE.—Letters teBtampnt.iry • on the estate <>f D.ivid Griest, late of Laliniore township, Adnm&co., dec'd., having been grunted loihe uiic'ersi^ned, residing in the same township, lie imfeby jjivea notice to all persons indebted lo s.iid estate to make innnedialR payment,and those, having claims aigoinat tiie Mine to present them properly auir0fcticr. ted lor setili'ineni. JOEL GRIKST, Jix 'r. September 25,1834. Gt Administrator ' * Goitre. DR. - DANIE ~ L BAKER'S ESTATE.— •vLetters ' ol ' administration on the estate of Dr. Daniel Biker, late of Kant Berlin, Bimilton township, Adams county, deceased,- hav* inw been granted-*© the-undersigned, residing in the same place, he hereby give ' s nulim to all persons indebted to said estate to nrtkp immediate payment, and those having claims against liiesameto present them properly authuiiticdlml lor settlement. GEORGE BAKER, Jidm *~ r. October 9,1851. 6t . i

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Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

THIS WAY. IF YOU WANT Jl VEUICLE TIIjiT 4JA.VT BE 13UAT! rpilE undesigned, having purchased the -*- Carriage-making establishment of_ Win" Graham, respectfully informs tiie public generally that ho will continue the said business at ihe old <t:iiid,,iii Washington StrcvTl, h.tll a squ.ire fr.iin Ch uiiber-.bnrg sircet, where h« is prepared to manuliicture to orUur, at short notice, Carriages, Rockaways, Euggi83, SULKIES, JERSEYS, &c. lie fl.itters himself that his work is a little .ihe.id of any lurneToiu b y any oilier establislimeul in the place—having none but ihe b« j st of workmen employed, and using none but the best materi.iN. His price* are moderate. &$rREP\IRlNG done at short notice. Country produce taken fur auythimr in h ' is line. J. BARRETT. Gettysburg, March 13, 1851. tf

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Id=213 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

"" ' Hanovef^Brancli Rail Road. < —, CHANGE OF HOURS. nTTOAINS- over^the Hanover Branch road I now run as follows : 1st Train will leave. Hanovprat 9.15 A. M., with Passengers for York, Harrisburg, Columbia nud Philadelphia, and return to Hanover with Passengers from Baltimore at 12 M. Tliis Train.connects also with the Express for Baltimore, arriving there at 1 P. M., stopping at Glenrock,-Parkton and Coekeysville. 2d Train,will leave Hanover at 2.15 P. M. with Passengers for Baltimore!, arriving there atG.30;and return immediately with Passengers from York,&c, at 5.45 P. M. " . . 3d Train will leave Hanover at 4 3-4 P. M. with Passpngers for York; and ri-turn with Passengers from Baltimore at 8 P. M. The Monday morning extra train will leave for Baltimore at 5.30; return at 7, A. M. ¦ E I) W A R D K. Y O U N G, Agent. Hanover. Oct. 16. 1854.

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Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

PAPER-HANGINGS. WH O L E SJl L E A Sn Ji E TJ11L. ri^M E subscribers are d it!y ad ding to iheirex-X tensive assortment of faptfl'-Situai;;- IllK'N »»•»<! ICordcrs, .some new; and beau-:ihil styles for their Spring salt's, to which they ask the attention of the tradeand the public in in'neral. The assortment eijibriie.es new DRAWING ROOM DECORATIONS, in gold, plain and rich colors; also, handsome designs t'>r Passages, Dining Rooms, &-c. Also, a Inrge varii lyof common and medium quality Satin and Common Papers, of new and . tableful designs. Jteay'Our city and country irie-nds are invited iu-.-u.iew ihe assnriiiieni, Cdiifulent ll\<'y will find it Uie largest in (lie city, and prices as low, as we Imvd jrieally increased our^facilities, by iiilroduciny m.iuy new tmi)rovemeuis in our frietury. UOSVKI.L &-HROTHERS. 207 Ualtimure St., l.etwei-n CUurlcs anJ l.lglit ^ts. May 8, 1H6-1. ly '¦ =

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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 30 October 1854

iail Uvn ©oo&s, full Stndi 17\ RE & -LANDELL, Fourth and Arch Ji Sts.. Phil.iuelphi.i, will he able lo olfec extra inducements to Country Buyers ibis F,ill r as their Stock of Goods will be very full, and bargiins from the New York and Philadelphia Auctions, daily received. Full assortment of the following: , SHAWLS, FLANNELS, NEW SILK, MUSLINS , F. MERI.VOES, LINENS, wool PL.xiiJS, table covers M. DeL^INEs, BLANKETS, C.\Si|.\lKRi-;s, QUILTS,-jfc e. - Owing t> lite excels of liuportctiions, we sh ill lie d.uly in receipt ot giikat jobs, from Auction. EYRE & LANDKLL. - . _ . .F'inrlh [iii'Ljrch Sts., PhUuaelphia. (C?"Terms Net Cash, and prices lu>v accordinjjly. Sept. 11, LS51. 3in

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