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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

vf7 Ml Ill III III 1 VOL. XXY-NQ 18. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22, 1875 WHOLE NUMBER J831 ff üffir milt Sftf-IWf Sjt I 4 XLIT COXGRtSS. REOUT.AR SESSION. SENATE. THE : PBEMDKUCT OF THK BK5ATB HKTTLKD ATTEMPT TO FORCE IHIOBOWIH OF A LANGCI9HINO INDUSTRY MCDONALD WILL TAKE CP ltORTOM'a GAUNTLET RKVOLUTIOXABT CLAIMS. WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. The chair laid be 'ore the Senate a communlatlon from tbe lecreiaxy of the Interior in an wer to a resolution ot the Senate of December 18 In regard to transmitting various papers connected with tbe Investigation Into the affairs of tbe Osage Indian agency. Ordered to be printed and to He on the table. Mr. Bayard of Del., presented tbe credentials of Robt. A. Marr, igned by Jno. McEnery, ai governor of Louisiana, appointing blm Unltod states senator Irom Louisiana to fill tbe vacancy caused by the resigning of Wra. L. McMillan. Laid upon tbe table. Mr. Edward, of Vt.t said that he desired to State before ofTorlng the resolution which he had prop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1875. Sale for Street Improvement. S Ale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement.', Sale for Street Improvement. V Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. i ftr By virtue of a certain precast to me directed,by tbe Mayor or toe city of Indianapolis, Indiana, andda-y attested by the clerk o' said ctty,uder tbe corporate acal of said city, I will on SATURDAY, January 8th, 1876, sell at public auction, at the City Court Room, between tbe hoars of 10 o'clock a. m. find 4 o'clock r. x. of said day, the following des erlbed lot or parcl of land, or so much thereof ts may be neoesssry to satisfy the som hereinafter named as asw-wd against such premises lor street Improvement, and all costs, to-w'.t: LotNo.flftyfive(55)ln Vajen's south addition to tbe city of Indianapolis, Marlon coanty, Indiana. uDd by Jacob Hcbover and Wm. 11. Henscben. sgalnst which la assessed the nan of seven dollars ana eignty cents i eu i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

TH;fjroily3LStÄT DEGpiBER 22, 1875 .'I. Ii Ii i . '-A t ' "" ' 1 r f-r !- 1 f ; .i . 1 . MURDEBOUS MOLLIES. A REIGN OP TERROR IN A LITTLE PENNSYLVANIA CITY. - tum recent' kout maouibb müh der a TOWS FÜLL CF CBBAF ASD BID WHISKY A fcOMBRÄ FJCTU&K Or X.IFK IN IHK MININd DISTRICT!. , . . Tne Mahoney Wty, Pennsylvania, correspondent of the New York;Sun savs: To say that this tow a U in a sat of ferment would be to, ose an exceedingly mild expression. In the words of the Chief Burgw, as the fanciful citizens call their ' major, it ' is literally "red hot." The last mayor ("Cclef tBaffce s'' Major) was shot ' dead by the Molly Magalrea twelve months ago, und tbe Ineambenc, a bnrly German of the name of Kicbman, might make an admirable uoak for a pistol bullet, lie ia not ot a nervous tempeianient, however, and having lived In tbe city Ion enough to . know half tbe Inhabitants by came, he avers that though tbe Moliy Masruire might shoot every other official here, they "would no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1875. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Senator Boutwell wants to subsldizs ship building by giving bountli a to snlp-bullders. Aftr a jatemaUc eruahlng out oi this In tereet by Republican legislation tor the last dozen jwrs, until there la scarcely an American merchantman upon the seas, this irregular way Ot fostering that Interest comes In wlth very bad taste. Iftke senator wishes to accomplish anything tn the interest of Amer'.cinmirlttme.'letblnimoTO to repeal mil tfcre laws taxing shipbuilding and those mrohlblting tbe purchasing of foreign bam vessel. This will be getting the matter in ti more effect Its shape. The situation of public affairs at tbo present la truly appalling. Wrtn -mil the powers that government officials possess of 'covering up andonceallng fravd and eor'ruption, yet they are coming to light, -and parties and their friends in high places are falling under condemnation. It is a lamentable situation, and should avraken seri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

0 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22.1875. Y self bad to find out the tact that he waa In government employ. Col. Grey has been on tbe Jury several weeks, bat It la only within tbe pas', few days that the fact baa been discovered that be has been seen by Holloway and offerei a nice position under the government. - THE PEDAGOGUES. PROGRAMME FOR TUE STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. TUBS DAT VESIKO, DEC. 28. 7:30. Address ol welcome, M. R. Barnard, president Indianapolis School Board. Response by the retiring prejiden, W. A. Jones, president State Normal School. 1 8:00 Inaugural address, Geo. P. Brown, superintendent public school, Indianapolis. Appointment ot committees. WKDSB8DAT MORHIKO. 9:00. Miscellaneous business. 0:15. Object and me'-hod a of school government, D. W. Thomas, superintendent of schools, Wabash. Discussion, opened by W. P. Pinkham, superintendent of schools, Paoli. 10:00. Grammar, by Miss Mary A. Brace, teacher In the State Normal School. Discussion, open...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

2 THE INKI ANA-STATE SENTIi TUE FIOIIT OF FAITH. METHODIST MISSION WORK. OraDd Oonolavo of the Christian Cohorts. THE GENERAL ANN1VEKSAUY. . THK0PKIIIO XKRCISK A PRAISK 9CKKTINO CHCKCH DiOMTARIKS PRESENT BIsHOPS AND 8HOKETARIBS PRAYERS AND AD DBKSHK- SONG IN HINDOOfTANKK OMTA DsaiNNiya. The first meeting of the anniversary of the MUaionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church was held at Roberts Park last ciarht. For nie reason Bishop Bjwman, who was expected to preside, wai not present. The Rev. ' Dr. W. H. Goode, f Indiana, occapiod the chair. The service began by alnglDK a hymn, "From all that dwell below the sklea," which waa followed by a prayer offered fey the Kev. Dr. Andrus, ot Eransvllle. Scripture was r6ad by tbe presidio; officer, another hymn waa sung and the meeting was ready ior business. Upon the platform were several men of eminence In the church and wide ce'ebrity. Foremost anions: these waa the genial Bishop Harris, wbo is just now j ESPECIALLY CONSPICUOUS, be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY DECEMBETt 22. 1875. LOVEHrEBv ; tChurxtie Ajaaraal. 2: hTrt 'nlot- r4 haaten to my love; Tell her 1 ouru ,hroDttioDt the alow. hours. And thit l wr,, forvaken bowel Like orae dtayOBtJoUle and widowed dove, Who, belr o, forsaken of her mate ,u wuHscever after desolate. t ( tnlne. and tremble In her breast; J?11. er tiat I am ilka the wludi that icoor t bill and dale tbat leafy wood deflower, Ad meadows mry-hued, jet find no rest. Vat shaking moan whleh nevsr doth abate. Do wiumu up ud down disconsolate. Go. heart of mine, and wbliner in ber ear Vhat I am like a tree bo longer green. Woere wluWi Urnnnen may be foreseen In branch and bough, by autumn a touch made aere: And like the leave which rough wind vlcTbe'd'ays from off my life drop desolate. And If that move ber not, go. Visa each lip. And tell her ln.it I can no longer live, Unlee she come again to me. and give Her sweet and everaoustant fellowship, And from her lipilhoa shali not separate ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1875 A CARD. Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected Otook of Dry Qoods, notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line of Silke, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometlos, Woolen3. Flannels, Shawls, Taule Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at euch rates and on suchtonns as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Since 1862, Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find ntno other house more attracti . goods or lower prices. Xi. S. JLmaES 3s CO. TRADE PALACE. FININGS AND BUSINESS, WECKLY BUSINESS RKVIKW. MONET MATTERS. The bank are cashed pretty close by the buyers and packers of hos, and money Is very elosa to outside borrowers. Tbere oaa not be much relief looked for shoit of fire or six weeks. Bat this relates mare especially to the banks T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

SB1TTIITBL STJPPLBMEUT. A QUAKER'S CHRISTMAS-EVE. ST FANNIE R. ROBINSON, i In Harper's for January. How slow and soft the mow-dress fall Upon the vine-deserted walla As If some gracious soul. Intent Upon toe one sweet deed it meant. Hi ace In its grace such bounty lay, Hhould wrap each bare thin? on the way. Till ail things white and whiter grow Kxcept the snadows Earth moat throw. The tender gray, the peacelul white, A Quaker Rettin? make to-night; And so this moonHQloe, which 1 shade Only a little lighter laid. Into my heart-still mood has crept, w ltn such a glow as ion ri.se kepi When youth and Benjamin were mine. Ah ! swift the slowest years incline, And sunrise has no story now To move me like the night and snow. If those unquiet bells would cease riastiinsi their peals across this peace, Itaeemi the hour's rare silentness K'en worldly hearts might chide and bless, And lift the lowest heavenward To greet the birthday of the Lord. I cud not think the loudest bells Can otter wha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1875

SBNTIITB-L S TX IP IF Xi IE IMI IE 2ST T. BUNSET ON THE BE ARC AM P. BT JOUN O. WHITTIER. lln Atlantic for January. A frold fringe on the purpling hem Of bills tue river runs. As down Its long, green valleys falls The last of summer's uns. AJong Its tawny gravel-bed Broad-Bowing, swift and still. As If Its meadow levels felt The hurry of the hill, Noiseless between Its banks of green From curve to carve it slips; The drowsy maple-shadows rest like fingers on its lips. A waif from Carroll's wildest bills, I'tistorled and unknown; The ursine legend of Its name irowls on its ban ks alone. Yet flowers as fair it slopes adorn As ever Yarrow knew, 0-, under rainy Irish skies, Mf Spenser's Mulla grew; A J through tbe gaps of leaning trees l.g moan tain cradle snows; Tho gold against the amethyst, Tae green against the rose. Toached by a light that hath no name, a glory never sung, Aloft on sky and mountain wall AreUod'i great pictures bang. Iii w changed tbe summits vast and old! No longer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

vt? VOL. XXV KQ 19 INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29, 1875 WHOLE NUMBER 1,832 mm v A TROUBLED TURK, The Sad Stata of the Sultan's Finances. TUE OTTOMAN EMPIRE. NATIONAL BANKRUPTCY IMPENDING THE PEOPLE CRUSHED AND H0PELEf8 DISAFFECTION O ENKHAL PR8 CENSORSHIP PRIMITIVE POSTAL hYSTEM. The Constantinople correspondent of tho New York Tribune writes: Careful Inquiries made ia various Darts of this country ibow a condition of affairs to desperate that I suppose there Is but little reason to expect the aultan to pisi lately through the present crisis. At Erzroom In Armenia the tax-gathereis are pressing the peopte with 11 manner of viol nee to pay "arrears." These t arrears may or may uukunou uui ex istence. For instance, a widow la called upoa to sell her household furniture in payment ot the military exemption tax due from her husband for tbe ten yeata since bis death. In Cappadocla a correspondent assures me that tbe people are now being called upon to pay taxes which will Dot be due...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29,1875 Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Sals for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. By virtue of a certain preceat to me directed, by the Mayor of tte cltv of Indianapolis. Indiana, and diny attested by the clerk o'said city, under the corporate cal of said city, I will on t SATURDAY, January 8th, 1876, ell t paMIe auction, at the City Court Itorn, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock P. M. of Mid day, the fjUowlng described Jot or parcel of 'and, or no much thereof as may tee ncctsabrv to satisfy the turn hereinafter nnmed as assessed agatnnt such premises Jor treet Improvement, and all costs, to-wit: Lot No. fifty-five (5) in Va Jen's south addition to the city of Indianapolis. Marion county, Indiana, wned by Jacob Schover und Wm. II. llenschen. against which 1 ssseed the sum of even dollar and eighty cents (17 H) for stric...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29. 1875. LOVE'S INSANITY, SAD SEQUEL TO UNREQUITED AFFECTION. XV USCCOM-'FUI. SUITOR TRIES TO BLOW 4 HIS BRAIS OCT A MELANCHOLY CASK OF a tor lack d Ar ruction. The Cincinnati Oax9tte of yesterday gives the following details of the attempted suicide reportsd la the Sentinel yesterday morning: A desperate attempt at suicide came to light ye3terday morning, which -vrill be a surprise aid shock to the yoncg TictJxn's fri-ands In Cincinnati and elsewhere. George II. Hamilton, tweaty-three years of a clerk in the treasurer's office of the 1., C. 1 railroad, male a deliberate attempt to blow out his brains, lie placed the muzzle cl a , loaded revolver to his bead, Just back of the right ear, and fired. Tho ball entered the skull, traversed the brain and lodged on hi left side. This occurred in bis room at No.Stfl West Seventh streat, ard wa discovered about 11 o'clock. At 11 o'clock yesterday morning, a gmtleman, a former room-mate of Hamilt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1875 Office of tlio Indianapolis Sentinel. D2ARSIB: "We desire to place la your hands, for Inspection, a copy of the best Weekly Taper published In the state. The near approach of the next Presidential canvass, and the ali-lm port ant subject in connection therewith, -which will be fully discussed la the Sentinel, would suggest that it be put into the hands of every Democrat In the state, and In order to secure you as our agent, we make you the following liberal proposition : Single Cop - - $150 Bve Copies - 1 35 Ten Copies or more, free of post 125 age, - All remittance ihoaMbe made by Express or Postofflce Order, with the Narse, Town, County and State in full, and in a plain, bold band, thereby avoiding all possible chances of mistakes. ( A liberal commission of 13 per cect. will be paid to all who get up clubs. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29. The Seatiatel and tbe KBararIt will be observed by tbe readers ot the Sentinel that it has not b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

THjß INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.SWEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29.1875. Indiana, but who, before be left, wa compelled to disgorge some seventeen thousand dollars of money stolen lrom tbe people. It was In sach a school aa this tbat oar postmaster received his education in political morals, and the wonder is tbat no greater cloud has rested upon bla office than the one now overshadowing It. To have a coaple of bis brothers indicted one for purloining letters and the other for corruptly sbariDg the profits of a government contract, is bad enough, but not so bad but that it might be worse. Yet he must reflect upon the many sins be has committed under the inspiration of the bad man who sits in the Senate chamber at Washingcoo, and conclude that his present troubles have come across his pathway as a reminder that lostice tbouzh slow is sure. As be has made his bed, so he must 11 in it. Oar Senators and their Resolutions. In the coming political contest it is more than probable tbat matters of practica...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL W E DNE SD A Y D iCEALDKH 29, 1875 FUNDS OP THE STATE. Annual Report; of Treasurer B. O. Shaw. IIOW THE MONKY GOI. tl-VVlcnT OF IMMENSE DISCREPANCIES IN TUB OOMMOX SCHOOL ACCOUNT WHRRKKT IT APPEARS THAT THF1 HATK OWE8 THK t-CHOOLS A BO CT f'JOO.000 IRRKOULAKITIE8 oP THE PAST SIXTEEN TEARS IDIOT IC I.KDOKK KNTBIK4 KKCIPK FOB BRINGING ORKR OCT OF REPUBLICAN CHAOS. The annual report of State Treasurer B.C. Shw was submitted yesterday to tue governor. It i very lengthy, a wT.l appear from tbe following abstract, and In in many reapects tb.3 most ba'isfactorj and important statement presented for many years. By reiereuco to tbe dttalleJ report on the bone discrepancies In the common school fand and other funds held In truat, all of which hivo been managed wltb almost criminal looseness. It will appear that the present troaaurer moan9 to thoroughly revolutionise tbe management of Lis cfüco, la wbicb commendable effort he will be cordially seconded by the auditor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

TU Vt INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1875- VINO SANTO. BT H.H. In Hcribner for January. One I resd a strange, sweet story, Of a ereil luowy wlne, Made bv peunton Lake Garda, Brewed beneath the er a'a s'cn; Vino SnfoealUd forever, Hr'ed witti tl of thing divine Vlno e!auto. Holy winel On the first davs of October, ODiy la astilolng un Only in tbe dew ol morning, CiurUti lilted one by one; Thou bexlon the solemn vintagb, Vin a e with the cro for sign Vino Santo, Holy Wine! rales tbe an'amn. fVils the winter. Ue tbe grapes untouched and mill; No manbote a d do man binders WblJe their subtle Juices fill, T1H tbe sa.red Jay of Christmas, ay cf cays, of Joy dlvme. Then Is brewed tbe Holy Wine. Past the wm'er, past the spring-time, into summer far and iaie; For the Joy of Vluo Santo They wfeo long must long and wait; Only glowing heat can ripen Glowing beat and cross's sign. Vino Santo, Holy Wine! Dear, to-day, tbe strange, sweet story, budden seemelh thine and mine; Thine ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29, 1875 A CARD. Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Imme dlate attention to the best selected fltock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought 10 thl city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we hav secured a line of Silks, Black Goods. Dress Goods. Domettas, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Taule Linens, Blankets, Comrorts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Since 1862. Our priecs are alike to ell, and Orangers as wel as others will find ntno other house more attractK goods or lower prices. Xi- S- AYUES &c CO. TliADK PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. Tuesday Evexio, Dec. 23. MOS KY MATTERS. It li practically Impossible for any person to obtain the lea-t fa vr at the banks wauls not a constant and valuable customer. In some Instances they ha e bseu known wlthla the past week to beg fo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

S T -A. 17 IE S BHTI 1T;BL SUP PLEMENT. TUE MARRIAGE KNOT. BT R.H. STODDARD. From Scrlbner for January I know a bright and beauteous Mar, Who known I love her well; Bat 11 she loves, or will some dar, I caa not make her tell. She Ming the songs I write for her. Of tender hearts betrayed, But not the one that 1 prefer. About a country maid. The hoar when 1 1U burden hear Will never be forgot ; mO stay not long! bat come, my dear, JLntX knit our marriage knot !" It la about a country maid 1 see ber In my mind ; Ube Is not of her love afraid, And can not be unkind. She knits and sings with many a algh, And, as her needle's glide. She w laben, and she wonders why lie la not at her side, "lie promised he would meet me here Upon tals very spot; O stay not long ! but come, my dear. And knit our marriage knot!" My lady will not sing the song. "Why not V I say. And she. Tossing her head, "It is too long." And I, "Too short, may be.' bhe has her little willful ways; But 1 persist, and then, "...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1875

STATE SEUTIITBL 'STT-PPLBMBN-tP. INDIAN BUMMER. BT MART B. DO DO. Who Is the maiden with the cap Of gold between her finger-tips. Its tuber vintage lifted up To meet the crlmaon of her 11 pa? She pledges with a winsome trace The lovers kneeling at her feet, Who knew not, looking In her face, If snlne or shadow be more sweet. A queen, she treads the fnurrant ground With burnished sandals that a wade Responsive mnslo all around, From heart-strings broken for her sake. Both queen and woman-Ob, the pain At such expense her state to keepBetter, she thinks, tban sanguined plain, Herself beneath the sod t slep. Badly she gazes on the death Of parsing joy, joy passed away : Bees, where the future sbadoweth, The shriveled glory of to-day 1 And, fain to shot the vision oat, She weaves a film of latent sight. Drawing the gauzy veil about if er soft, warm cheek and hazel eyes. Now, all a queen, 'tis hers to smile. And, smiling, yet a kingtom sate. Though silent in her breast ths while Rise pale...

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