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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 12 November 1875

JO TZ .-.,i.jP -xJ re i 1 TTin Stn.-fcA Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1875. Dangerous Counterfeits. Trf.akurt Pt.partmkxt, ttwwtrm n in fVnf PTROLLKR OF THF, CURIIKNCT, WA8MOTO!, Oct. 4, 1878, 78. S REFUSE ALL . FIVE-DOLLAR NOTES of the fo:io win? bankt : The First Nutlonal Bank of Chicago, III. Tho Trader' Ntlonl Bunk of Chicago, III. The First National Bank of Faxtbn, III. The Flrit National Bank of Canton, III. The First National Bank of Aurora, III, Nearly the entire amount of the genuine Ave dollar note of theso banks lias been with, drawn from circulation, and no additional ta tties will be made. Tho Comptroller I desir ous of retiring the whole amount from circu lation, and all persons receiving such notes are urgeutlv requested to deposit the same with the nearest National Bank, or to lorward them to this Offlne, for redemption. JNO.JAYKXOX, Comptroller. REJOICINGS. Honoring the Victors. Appreciating the importance of the Repub lican victories that have just swept over sever...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 12 November 1875

TliG State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12 .1875. TIII3 WHISKY KINO. What lio Time Itrporlrr Cleaned team a Ititvptme Unii'lnl. Proclamation. A Time reporter overhauled a prominent revenue officer yesterdav and asked liim what he knew. "Too iiuivli to be seen bilking (o reporter;" he replied, and drawing him off to a convenient recess continued as follows: "You hnve-.fiot this matter all wrong about Orville Grant and Bnbcock. They were not In , it nod tho reason why no Indictment cm bo found against tlioin is because there is no evi dence tliat van be obtained. There m e men on that jury who would give their boots to Indict Babcock, if they only had enough facts to go on.", "It may bo that Washington parties have got some of thc-slush, but there are only two par tics who tnow It if it is so, and they arc Mc Donald and Jovce. McDonald in game and never wi'.l qucul, but I should not be at nil surprised if Joyce made a clean breast of it in less than three day. Then there will be a sen sa...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 12 November 1875

The State Journal. FUIDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. j i f.: ?.,. m ;. ; ; Travel It Increasing on tb Missouri Pacific. Jovce may be mad but hls not crazy. See Mill cant. Quarterly conference begins next Saturday at the M. E. Church. Litigants ara preparing for the coming ses sion of the circuit conrt, Jcnks, of the St. 1,011 Id (ilobe-Pomocrnt, has been trying his linml in tying spook. In caso ol a firo in n, Minting office lot none but printers touch tho forms. We leara that Mr. M. I In mm on lost n field of 309 bushels of com by fire last Monday. Gen. Crnfton Is moving bin family to Joffer kon City. K. C. Journal of Commerce. Practice what yon preach, nnd keep your property insured in good companies. Chan. Braillmry, a notorious forger bus been arrested at Uoustoiihi, and placed in confine ment. Fred Gerber, of St. Louis, and It. E. M. Ely of Marion county, have been appointed notaries public. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry sold and re paired at Gross' Xcw Jewely Store, High st...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 12 November 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12 .1875. GEN. JOUX MORGAN. How Ho Lived and Died In Oregon Under an Awnuied Name. His was a namo (hat la the dark days of the rebellion was heard with tear and trembling by many a loylal heart. His dar ing exploits in Tennessee and Kentucky, his bold and devastating raids into India ns and Ohio, made his name a terror throughout the Western states. It seemed as if nothing was bevond his darin". for within the very sight of Cincinnati he plundered, burned, and pillaged ; yet this dreaded charactcr.it appears, lor ten years has been a rcsident'of Oregon.nml so quiet has his demeanor been, so i;cntlenianly his conduct, that his nearest neighbors never suspected that he was any other than John Pendleton, ol Uppei Cascades. Until very recently the world has been taught to be lieve that the guerilla Morgan met his death In 1804 in Eastorn Tennessee, hnv ins been shot Iroin his horse and killed by a Federal home guard. But now comes a singular and appar...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

u i: - 7 VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1875. NO. 48 .1 k r ' WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuTslishsi Every Friday BY N. 0. LURCH. Terra, of Hubucrlptltin I Ingl copies, per yeai Clubs of ten per year CUib of twenty, per year IXVAMA1ILY IN ADVAXCK. . 1 50 . 1 23 . i no Dr. C. A. THOMPSON. WILL, PnACTICE MEDICINE AD SURGERY. Room 8. Frank Schmidt's Building. "DH. J2TO. BAKER, I "Physician & Surgeon. 3X)fficc and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rtip2.-i.lv. HENRY NITCHY R :AL ESTATE BENT, . JEFFERSON CITY. WO. BUYS AXD SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Jauvior's store, High Street dec.27 72hf FK13D ROMMEL., DEAI.EII IX Books tfe Stationery TPTjTnnTn a t s. m.ASK nodlCfi. CFIRO' Jl nio, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Ascnt for Fairchild'9 Gold Pens. AU orders will receive prompt at tention. IIJGII STREET, c.27.72-it Jefferson City, Mo...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1875. Vien-Preiiilonl Wilson is recovering from liis recent attack nl illness. Enough is enough. Tho demand ol an excess is nn attempt at robbery. Bowman ain't creature." This is the opinion .il Col. Slay back in his cooler moments. It l cnllniHtvd that the travel to tlio Pliiln riclplua Centennial will profit Mm UullroaJs of t lie country to till- mwg mim of S3,000,0(0. Kelnemtin and Han-lnnm are norry for Mr. Murali. Their grrat big ol of grlrl for lilm iay be heard the country over. They nlnt sorry n hit for Col. Joyce. It does seem a little strai.go that Joyce o middnnl? abandoned his fight to mnin- nn Ids innocence, nml resolved to ask the punishment dun the guilty. If hull of Mr. IVdrick's statement of tho 4a"ts in thi! case ot McDonald is sustain cd, it is no wonder that Joyce was in such fiasto to hide himself in the Penitentiary. McKee ami Mairnire, nt the request ol their counsel, Hon. Dan. Vorhees.of India 111. have hud their tllal ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

Sweet, Restful Home. A "COTTER'S SATURDAY RIGHT" IX DAN' . IICRT. It Js Saturday nljrnt the dear close r a tossing, struggling, restless week. To morrow is the Sabbath when all labor '. and caro are held in abeyance. Saturday niirbt stands like a rock before the day ot rest and says to toil and worry : Thus far Shalt thou qpmo and no farther. lilcssed Saturday night. The wearied husband and lather approaches his home. He looks and sees the light streaming In chcerlul radiance from the windows, and wonders if that boy has sot in his kindling. Ho steps upon tho sloon and opens the door. ills mud ru i who meets mm at mo entrnnce and greets aim with, "Why on earth don't you clean your feet, and not lug the house lull of mud r Uon't you Know l vo boon scrubbing all day P" And thus he steps into tho bosom of his family, grateful for the mercies bo has received, and thank iul that he has a home to coins to when the won t and care and toil of the week are dono. Yes, ho is home now. and has ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

Thfc State Journal FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. 19 .1S75. LOCAL NEWS. We have Im.t tlic benefits of Insurance pnictl cully Illustrated. David M. C'ihuii, bus Iwii commissioned Jus tice of the Christian county court. Ovcrihrw hundred eases arc on the docket of tho 1'nMcd States Circuit Court. . John I Slii-cnsti. 1in Wn trrnfi rred to the St. .Inwl'h .lnlt to await his sentence. Will 1. (Jrccnwny. of Chh-sgn. bin been on a vl-it 10 Col. Joyce, for n fi'W davs p:i-t. The Oovrrnor hn -omtnl-"-loncd as notary j.iililic .tolin J. IJi'ion. Andrew county. rhirii' A. M:ilitz nml ISohf. W. GooiK of St. LoiiN. have hrc!i ciimnils-dniipd notnrlc ptiMii. The Snvcrnor cnninil'sinncd Martini.. Hol-llstera-" commissioner of deeds for Missouri, to rciih' at Xcw York. Certificate n Corporal existence has heen Is mhhI to (he Koss Rnnd Mm-binn Company of Mo.. St. L.ul Capital $200,000. The coventor linn Usiipi) 307 funding bonds of Wort phpIi. under RPt ot March 20, l!ST."i, to inept maturniiis .S'.ulu imli Iiti...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

U. S. DISTRICT COURT. JoYce Receives His Sentence. Three and a Half Years in the Penitentiary. A Tragic Protest of Innocence. Court met r.t 0 o'clock. Present, llio officers of the. court, also- Col. John A. Joyco. Alfred M. Lay, his attorney, ....... r nrL.i. ir 1. r Ucn. Jfi. Jj. tawarus, n.. n mve, unci .1. Learning. Frank Eno, W. B. Napton. Jr., H. B. Hamilton and "the Man In the Country." The matter of the petition of creditor of John C. Landis was taken up on motion of Gen. Edward and Mr. II. K. White, resisting the petition on the ground that one-third of the amount of the liabilities or the debtor Is not represented by the petitioning creditors, and held the attention of the court for some times. Testimony was read tending to show that the amount represented by tho petitioning creditor was less than one-third Jtho debtor's liabilities. It appears that if the claims of Israel Landis and one Saxton, set out in the debtor's list, are valid, the pctitionhg credi tors do not repr...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

, 1 . 1? The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1876. BILL WYNN, Caught nml in Custody. To be Sent to Wright County and Tried for the Murder of Deputy . Marshal Met calf. At tho September term, 1873, Indictments Were found against IMcasant Wynn end his two tons, William and Robert, of Vt rlglit county, tn the south part of the State, on tho charge ot carrying on tho business ol illicit distilling. Capiases were placed in the bauds of tho United States Marshal and from thiitdny to this he and his deputies have been on the alert for their capture and arrest. In tho Summer of 187, MR. 1IF.NKY MKTCAI.K, a highly esteemed and worthy citizen of Spring field, was sent with a capitis for the arrest. He took with him as an assistant a man named Hcnsley. Ho found the old man. Pleasant Wynn, at a hop near the cabin In which the Wynns lived. On seeing Metcalf when he had reached within a few feet of him, the old man SPRANG UP AND RAN. Metcall pursued him a short distance, firing his pistol as ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

Hie State Journal FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19 .1875. ; LOCAL NEWS. Col. Blttlnger is at tlio Southern, In St. Louis. Judge Wagner, niter a brief visit home, 11 again at hit poit. The Supreme court Judges are rattling off the law at a furious rate. See report else where, The Governor commissioned Tnotarlei public Jamci A. Yantls.St. Louis; William II. Mar- tin, Audmin county. J. W. Boswcll, a prominent member of the Sedalia bar, in in the city, on business lu tbo United States Circuit Court. A delegation from Kansas City headed by Dr. Mumford of the Times, paid their respects to Col. Joyce ut the lessees' burden, t edncsduy. A violent snow storm was reported by specia. Ulegraph as raging along the western part of the Kansas Pacific Railroad line on Friday last. The snow in some places was four inches deep. The remains of Mrs. Kiiitlicl. tbo Mother ot John and Adam, were brought home from Scholl City and buried here on Mondav last. Verily tbo hand of death is busy in our midst. Bill Wynn bad ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 November 1875

,;,v:: rnr -. r The State Journal FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1875. Trade nnd Commerce. Thirty thousand kegs of nails ware sent from Wheeling to St. Louis receutly. Tho production in tlio McKenn county oil district is about 275 barrels per day. About GOO.000 stand of firms are njw ex ported from the United States annually. Tho exports from Philadelphia last week amounted in value to !?1,0(K,147 61. Belgium exported to China 115,113 tonj ofc-onl In 1873, nml lKi.WH tons ot co.il in 1874. Tho yearly coal trade of Cleveland. O., is about 1.51)0.000 tons represeiitins a wnolcsalo business of 2,250,000 dollars. The exports of flour Irom New Orleans for the past ten months show a decrease of 122.311 lbs, as compared with 1871, Ono of the most ohecrinsj signs of the times is tho iiiercasiii; traffic on the rail roads. Tho nrmnls ol sca-soing vessels at Montreal to Nov, are 55;5; di'partures.551 Arrivals fame, time last year, C25 ; depart ures, C1C. Baltimore will pack more peaches iliis year than...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

H'' ''"v .' iv 1 1 " y Che State fburnal ! . VOL. 3. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, NOVElVIBEll 20 1875. NO. 40. V i .WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuWiihod Every Friday N. 0. BURCII. Term, or SnbMTlptlon : fnfrl copies, per ycui -ft 60 dubs of ten per year 1 2d Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK. Dr; C. A. THOMPSON, WILL rRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Huilding. Physician & Surgeon. ft-JfOffico and residence ia.Lamkin'a new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fa25-lv. HENRY NITCHY RFAL ESTATE fGENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS slon, Pay Tuxes, Heitecin Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &e. , Office over White . Janvier's store. High Street Uec.27 721if FRED ROMMEL, ikai.ei: IX Books &" Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CIIRO moa, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairehild's Gold Pens. All orders will rcccivo prompt at tention. IJIC.II STREET, c.27.'72-iv Jefferson City M...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1875. Evansyille, Intl., has developed a crooked whisky case. In none ot its financial legislation will Congress overlook the I act that tho coun try needs a safo and sound circulating me dium, we trust. The new corn and wheat crop is begin to more. Omaha is taking in wheat at the rate ol 210 car loads per day ; Minne apolis, 95 per day, and all ot it if going fi r ward to Chicago. It bv his trial and sentence here, Col. .force can escape trial and sentence, in St. Louis, on thcertdmico declared against him in tho McDonald trial, it is about the luckiest thing that could happen to him. Her. II. C. lli'Vej hue a pastor of a Presbyterian Church in Kansas City is (laving an Investigation of his conduct on a late visit to Chicago by a council of ministers now in Kansas Citv. It is thought that the recent Republican triumph in Wisconsin gives Ex-Senator Howe a seat on tho Supreme Itench and returns Mr. Carpenter to the United States Senate. Richeli...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

ram old cakob. PublUbed by request. Where the rocki are gray and the shore li steep, And the waters below look dark nj deep; Where the rugged pine, In lu lonely pride, Leans tlootnlly o'er the murky tide; Where the eeedi and ruhe are tall and rank Attd the weeds grow thick on the winding ' bank; Where the ehadow la heavy the whole day through. Lies at its moorings the old canoe. The uaelesa paddles are Idly dropped, Like a tea-bird's wings that the storm hath . lopped, And crossed on the railing, one o'er one. Like folded bands when the work is done ; While bnsily back and torth between, The spider stretches his silvery screen, And the solemn owl with dull " too hoa, " Nestles down upon the old canoe. The stem ht'.t sunk in the slimy wave. Rots slowly away in its living grave; And the green moss creeps o'er its dull decay, Hiding the moMerlng dust away ; Like the hand that plants o'er the tomb a flower, Or the ivy that mantles a fallen tower, While many a blossom of liveliest-hue. S...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

TEe State Journal FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26 .1875. LOCAL NEWS. Local "Sop" In scarce nbnut Sedalia of late. The Sedalia Democrat hopes tlisit Hutch wa 1 ot In it. The State Grange moot In Sedalia curlv In December. Brlghatn Young is again at liberty. A per kpcutrd mint, we suppose. Joyrp makes lil now suit of dollies, the sill). M of much jesting. Charley Koss lm lieen found, no the dispatches ay nt Thomaston Conn. Prisoners are arriving tit the penitentiary by the score. There nrc ncurlv 1300 thcro now. The Ten. milters are becoming interesting. "Developments" may bo expected at any day. Texan has received largo accessions to its population by immigration in the past six months. Report ban it ilmt C. 15. Wilkinson, late col lector ot the district. I at Montcvedo, (South America. A. F. Ingram, ol Greene county, and W. M. Smith, or Jackson eon ntv, have been commis sioned notaries public. There is a pood prospect ahead of the lessees having a Rood chance to make some money out of the penit...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

' United States Circuit Court. ' FOURTH DAT. THURSDAY) NOV. 18. ADMITTED. J Ed Belch, city; H 8 Priest, J HBotbwell, Sedalla; J O'Day, or Springfield, were Admitted m attorneys of the Court. In A B Canville, v J Q Torrence, ejectment, finding and judgment for defendant. MOTIONS. In Lorie, adm'r, vs Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, for new trial, overruled. In Williams vs M, K T Railway Co, for new trial, submitted on brief. In Marvin vs M, K T Railway Co, for new trial submitted on brief. In Simmons, et nl, vs Smltb. to strike out an swer filed. In United States, ex rel Crook, vs Lafayette, for peremptory writ and to quash rcturji on al ternative mandamus, armed and submitted. In Simmons, ct nl vs Smith, to strike out an swer filed. . OVERRULED. In the case of Hishleyman, vs Budlo-nR, tho motion to remand to the Stale Court, was over ruled on th9 ground, that the Is'nes made by the pleadlnsrs In the case were upon controver sies arisln between the parties under the law orC...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

r'."J 'V e IK toy The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1875. LIT OUT. Daring: Dash for Liberty. Unaccountable Unconcern of Guard. Early Weddesday morning rumor spread over the city that Joe Fore and two other con victs, had escaped from the new cell building and over the new wall to parti unknown. It could hardly be believed, and yet Investigation proved the statement to be true. It has been the Impression among outsider that the new ell building was built so as to positively pre vent escapes, and as to all the cells except those at the extreme end of the building it would seem that such is the cine. But for some unex plained reason, perhaps by accident, three noto rlous criminals, namely, Joseph II. Fore. Rob ert Korton, and F. W. refers alias John W. Crawford, were confined in the cell situate at the lower south-east corner of the new building This cell Is the same in size as the others In the building, but Instead of having a window on the side narrowed down to four inches bet...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

V The D tat Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER M .1875. LOCAL NEWS. Beautiful Fill weather. Avery's ease Is said to have had a Bllif-ful opening. There to gold In Mncou county, but It don't pan out well. Senator O. 8. Ferry, ot Connecticut, died lait Sunday night. A. D. Mulllni hat been appointed notary public, Grundy county. Stat Treasurer Mercer ngrt be hat obeved the law relative to the loaning out of the State's money. Mayor Malby, of Scdalia, has Issued hli pro clamation for the proper observance of Thanks- ' giving day. John D. Pope, Esq., mortgagee of the St. Lout Manefaelurlng Company is stopping at the Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boon looked In on the Journal Officb last evening. Wc trust they will call again. The lessees are disappointed In not having the clothing of the convicts appraised back to them. The State makes a bad beginning taking care of the nrison. Three of the most notorious characters escape at the very outset. V, The names of many attending the railroad convention ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 November 1875

The State Journal, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2G. 1875. FEARS OF FOUL PLAY. Ed. Hutchinson, of Lawrence, the Mtasliig Man. Enrly last spring, Mr. Eit. Hutchinson, for ninny years a well known resident nl Lawrence, started for Wilson county, of tins state, where his parents reside, nnd where- several finnncial ventures of his own were made. Upon leaving Lawrence his plan, hs stated to a friend, provided, (or oinr first to Wilson county nnd sell ing off drove ot cattle and then to Cali fornia with Mr, Alf. Guest, in whoso com pany he intended to canvass the stato for tho sale ot a new patent, the "right" of which had been secured. After Mr,. Hutchinson's departure noth ing was heard from him until tricmls In Lawrence, becoming alarmed, wrote, to the senior Hutchinson, in Wilson county, and to Alt. Guest, in Calilornia. receiving no answer lrm the former and no inlor mation from the latter. Throe parties in this cit, Messrs. Cracklin, McCurdy and Lawyer llorton, who are especially 'inter ested" ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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