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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1891)
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TUESDAY. DI-XKMBER 1.
KEEP your eye on the man who
adwaya pretends to licHunpicious of
IT is safe to ay that the repub
lican consTiBMticti are now
supremely happy. They enjoy the
Ex Senator Infills mi that the
independent part) is dead. A voice
torn the grave always speaks
WHF.X the people want more free
trade than they now have they will
rust the republican party to pro
ride for it.
AX unbiased reader of our free
trade neighbor or, for thai matter,
reader of democratic Bheet in
general cannot but conclude that
Ihey regard manufacturing indus
tries located in this couniry n
Jiemiea of the people, and they
Uve to dia -ourajje every move that
has for im object their entabli.ih
NinL Wis notice tli.it a dcmocrnlic
faper rarely ppeaks encouragingly
il the infant, yet growing, beet
sugar industry. We cannot nee
why the party leader should be ho
arrow as to discourage them
imply becau e they are creations
ef the McKir.ley bill. The fact is,
they are intended for the good of
tie whole country, democrats and
INDICATION'S point to the election
af Mills to the spcakerHhip. He
will appoint a committee on ways
ud means that will formulate a
' pure tarill for revenue bill, thus
placing the democracy on the
iffeusive in V2. The republicans
.rlromF the contest on that i""'
y tiling that we have to
fear is that some liberal tariff man
will be chosen, thus spoiling our
How natural it sounds for the
Journal man to call for contribu
tors! That's n phase of the eco
aouiic problem the old gentleman
nderstands. Pass the collection
fcr the boys. They'll need it before
this contest is over. The only
que tion, however, which is liable
o annoy the unlestees, is: Who
in thunder is to superintend the
distribution of patriotism after the
Journal lias taken up the col
lectiuiiV We admit that the tall ckim
eys now, and always have been, a
Standing menace to the llritish
tree trade party in this country.
But, vvhiie the tdiaduw of these
himneys slretelt westward aud
threaten that party, they only in
sure tir !i;;f ional pripperi'J' ar.d
t supremacy. Take care.-Mr. Journal;
.ii one of those bill chimneys should
. happen to fall on you one of these
' ine days, it might knock an intelli
' .rent idea thronrrh' that dense
. eraniiitn provided it did not shat
ter the chimney.
TlIK Journal continues to snap
at Salisbury and ICdson for dc-
4snanding a recount of the ballots
cast t the recent election.. The
i contest an', -t claim to have evidence
that votes were cast for them thit
were not so counted, uud this
betrnynl of uneasiness on the part
f our neighbor is conclsiiiive evi-
' tivn'-c- that it is afraid of the legitl-
, mnte outcome of the recount. Ve a,
Mr. Joiiruid. ho! thin Totinrf bien
done .in thoroughly dcaiocratic
' state, 8iic.li as Missi.T'ippl, Salisbury
', sad Edson would bare "1o submit
like men." No, no, gsntle Annie,
(rive us a recount to the end that
' the will of .e i-I.uil pievail.
TAPITF AND FArtM LANDS.
The free trade or,n;aii of this city
elevates a one -hslf cnlii'nn ortideln
yente'day's issue i:i on utlcrnpt to
, ildicnl-i an urficle writ'en by one
who i not now connected with Titk
V'c beiicvo tiie ailiclc iu ijue.itiou
s writtin in reply to " Hliiteilj'1
r.'jhf Journal of svcrnt lnte to
- tf.rt tli.at a l.ruU'vtive tarill
c.MiHod im u4 lands to depreciate ht
man infer from the article in
question that the writer wiehcs ti
cvnvey the iileii that the increase
in niunul.ivturintf industries in the
primary tfiwe of tlie ntlejft'd
depreciation it the value of farm
lands. As a matter of fact, such
argument is not eound, and we
cannot believe the uuthor inennl
the article to ISe round aed in any
such light. An ordin.. y observer
nf affairs, let him be a believer in
free trade or a prole, live taritt,
cannot but admit thai u our indus
tries become diversil i ' md home
consumptive force . gnu me i,
there is invariably a t e in the
vulue of farm lands. A alization
of this truth account the fact)
that movements arc ben inaugu
rated having for thelt primary
object the building of ir '- iilaotur
ing industries near oiii western
farms. We venture to asert that if
it were possible to locate a inanii-j
factoring t-nUbiiniiiiicnt iu Cas ;
C unity tomorrow that would empl' y
li),(XK) people, tliat the price of f irm
lands i:i this immediate neighbor
hood would be enhanced at least
fifty per cent in value. j
Hut this talk about the deprecia-
tion in the value ol lurm Linus is
all bosh. To be sure, as long as'
Uncle Sam had land which his
subjects were permitted to enter
freely the price did not advance as
rapidly as it would have otherwise;
but, notwithstanding this draw
back, any honest man knows tint,
owing to the diversification of our I
industry, mane posimc oy a
H-ctivc tariff, the value ot larm
lands h.n advanced twenty-five
per cent within the past ten years.
It i confidently expected that this
diversification of industry will
continue, by the establishment of
beet sugar industries throughout I
our state, which cannot but result!
to the advantage of the western
farmer. The position taken byj
democratic friends that a protective j
taritf decreases the value of farm
lands is neither political honesty j
ilor common sense.
THE J'hiladelphiu Times (dens.)
has the following to say of Gov.
Hill's latest eteal:
"The returns of the late election
in .New iork gave the democrats
nearly 50,0i)0 majority for governor,
but the republicans elected a
majority ol two in me senate ami .
just one-half the house, making it
a tie. Gov. Hill, by the most
artistic use of state and local
power, has etolen two senators and
three representatives, while the
republicaas have been able to
steal only one representative". ..
- - iii levisea by Gov. Hill's imitat
ive fine art of political theft, the
senate will either be a tie or have
one democratic majority, with a
democratic lieutenant governor to
help along in case of n tie vote,
and the house will have fonr demo
cratic majority to start with, and
add several to that by contested
"The honest cilkens of all parties
should not longer close their eyes
to the fact that political theft has
become one of the fine arts of mod
Writers transmit to us soiu csrioss
t i 1 . I. A J 1
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rtiv of faiw hair whim m-lira mmrm lit
fashion. The trade in wigs, for Francs
npi'lied all the rsat of Europe, becnine
immctLse, and was represented In Paris
by a largo number of wholesale mer
chants, who employed cutters to operate
In the prorinom, especially in Normandy,
Flanders and Holland, where tbs hair of
tbs women was finer. Tbs hair of warm
countries was not wsoUd, because too
coarse, Ecglix'd women and fir la did
not cars to part with their balr, and
weru Djt mi ,jor sj Ui bu totc-A lu .'.m
sacrifice. 8oms villages in Normandy
furnished as much si tea ponuda, avcr
aglng two feet bx lVnjth. ; .i
The pries was from fonr to firs francs
pound, and it was cot from tbs beads
of the living, from tho heads of Hie
nru vr rwsuixr cumiiiDg, racu ina
. . .,, . , .
baviii its commercial name. .The great
a a I.... i a iv i- -
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iram iiiai onmiiair naa vo in nana is-
slesd or In part Ctneinnsti Coiumer
Ciai Oaaette. .
1 . FacalUr Koawaw . . I
Oct cf tbs wars of the roses, the firre
eet and Ceadiiest of t'uem all, was (ooght
on a field where, ciiriontJy enotigh, a
rose pewiliar to the spot grows or need
to grow. It is a rare plant now, and Urn
rrton is erplalnod by U t. Lesdman iu
his account U Yorkabixs batUoa. Aiu-r
fleseribinj the terrihls bn'.Ue at Towton
en Pulm Hnnday, HCI, be says: "I cm-
....i .. . -t.. a .,ii. . . rv . j, i ,
" ,r', T .r7.T , . .
wiu-oat -i iii.iuioii vo vae i.tuo uwun
bns!ii peculiar to the 'IVld of tl-i
White Itoss and the Rud.'
"They aro said to bars been plentif ul
SVSSI sV lJM awi j -m likSS laban lh.a,i aiaiad ,
r" " T. I: ' "T ' crown was oCTered to tt-bcrt of Xor
la such numbers that tW haw, become ,. ii i, a rt-.-,r
pre, Racb vaivj.llam Is simply sbsws -
ful, for tbe plants are said to be unlo w
ana anau. to ezist in any other soil.
xi:e m o roe., an. w. live . wiw a ry
pot on too center w. eaca ot tnwr peuis.
ana sa ukj frw uri vim umier aariaca
nec'imca a u.iu run coiur. ionaou
Tlili FIKST CRUSADE.
REMARKADLE ARMY THAT WENT
TO CAPTURE THE HOLY LAND.
rhMunill of Innocent Mm Sasrirloaii
toransaaf Irnnrmnl r thulm Vhn
Intolllgont KnlfhU Took Part, Vic lory
Cam Mho Who Ltd.
IVter the flirinit was a monk of Ti
curdy, who bad minis a pilgrimnj?e t'
JennuuVm. While Hits lis lind wit
nefsed the snfferinirs of thof who trieil
to prenerre tho tros faith araonjf the
hnnles of barbarians who had swarmed
opnn and now possessed the lumls nf
Aitis Minor. Homw the iliockinsj pruf
anaiiofiS of the aiersil places of the Ilnlv
City, and his hwrt burned within him
to ridease It from its oppression. At
nighttime dream came to him from
whii b it was pointed ont to him that his
mishion was to ruu.se the milium of Eu
ro to s holy war.
Kip-d with tin nmmtton, he made nn
way back to France.
The reports of Li '
powerful prrarliin fp.-e.id, and greater
nnmls rs (lm-k each flay to lieur nuu.
Finally, in November of such a
company is gathered s proliably has j
never been toother Is fore.
Tiie plain of La Li.nae. in Anver-ne,
wss covered i"'i '-" In whic h i
werelisld 3U.0U0 ie.,pls, 4,003 priests'
n,l iixl l.iklioiM urn! nliiMits were there. I
while also there was there one imin who
was mightier than all of them. Urban
II, jsipe of Itoms, to whom ail wmlern
Eunis did liomiige.
A lofty stand bad be-n erected in the
open air, for no building would accom
modate the throng. Upon this sat the
pope, and Is-mle him stoxl the hermit,
holding aloft the cmj-s. With burning
words and tearful eyes be described tlie
shameful sights he hud witniwd In
Jerusalem, mid called for volnntera to
go with bim to wrest the Holy City from
His appeal was seconded by Urban,
who promised all who fonght tlmt if
they won the land they compered should
be theirs; while if they died a place in
heaven should snrely be their reward.
The cross was held ont to them and they
were invited to come forward and bike
It to wear npoti their person as the badge
of their devotion.
Adbimar ds Monterl, bishop of Pny,
was the first to come forward, and thou
sand poured after bim.
The excitement spread and all Enrol
rssonoded with the preparations for this
undertaking. PeU-r. with excess of real
mrA iw.tntj. Itu-lr r,f wtwifrin frulnaTMal a
BinltitnJa of pnt rnM, women aud
children, unarmed snd nnprovided with
ti.e snstenanro for the inarch which he
nndertisik to lend in person to Jema
leut across tbs tuounuinons parts of
Extorting fixsl from ths people arconj
whom thi-y pn.si.ed, and set npon by
them In revenge, tbo pilgrims fell In
every road, cut down by sickn--.is, star
vation and the sword. Others no doubt
wk to lMr llHfrly llom nnt.t
jn Jinnziry IVter fonnd Limself alonn.
Meanwhile a rrry different army ha 1
! been gathering on all sides, made np of
1 the very flower of chivalry of all the
Godfrey ds Donillnn, daVe of Lor
raine, the Connt of TnnUun. lUrmond.
Tanrred, Feirt da la Flichs and many
another warrior whose name stands hii;b
in history led their armies to join the
William Bnfns was tyiw Ung of Eng
land, a man so avaricious and uuscrnpn
Ions that be never hesitated to take by
force any possession of bis nobles that
was left unguarded. Under snrh a mas
ter it is not strangs that the English nn
bli wers loath to lears their castles for
so long a jonrney, and hebce few Eng
lish names hare figured in the first cru
sade. lui pet nons, improvident, trustful Rob
ert of Norm.'iiiily, however, who never
could remember evil of bis brother tlie
next day after bo bad tnwt cruelly
abused bim, now turns to William for
j aid. His Kiirrtsj heart barrdag to re
hevs the sufferings of tue Ho.y Land
I . . . . ? -
lends him to sacrifice every future pros
pet. for the purpose of oluinin? the
means of gratifying the present iuipubm.
He mortgages bis dnchy of Normandy
to bis brother William Rafas, king of
England, and with bis money tlitu ob
tained fiu ont his portion of the boly
The acisnea of navigation was in that
age too crude to Us alls to provide
means of transit (or so Urge an army
hr water, and thowhols force, raXl.OM
nJauiry aud loo.OW cavalry, iuiai.hed
by Land across central Enmps and ovur
tbe Uelleenoot into AjiU Miuof.
Tbs pitiless sun, the flinty soil, a
Strang climate, lack of food, want of
water, all fought on the side of lbs Turk
against the Crusaders, and the path of
i .. . . ... ," , n
i lit devotud army was marked by a trail
I . . , . , .
i At NicesL at Antiucb, and In ottn-r
plnres tk ootitending annies mot. As a
Knkend Uiiug the. Crusaiiirs were iet
riotav anil on a Janaary morning iu KVi
tlie dvanjng army. Tarn-red in the
lead, ascending a hill, looked for tint
first bias sipuu tee city of Jenr-alem.
General and soldier, prines and
' psaant, fell ir out rate npon the grotuid.
j Home wept for ry at the slgViti Wbeni
I with sorrow, becanse abort the bunpte
. sad the s puicber tiie. crvscMit ot lif
i hammed f liaieivd In the sun.
I THe siesrs wkii'b folkiwaj Lvbal for
I luofisiis. Slid wlma at Uet tbs tiU V. u
1 ten IS. fsw inside whom
haul spared fell by tbs swords of ths con
quwrorsi. lu nuking arrangsioenU for govern
Ug CI city the oooqtierors dediifd to
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, A ,v,oli1o,i m)y0 MlM to u.vu
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' IJ.WB U Hinui'iiMwiii, u.aw. "
, to w lu farMi
. . niii uk th;, uu thf
p. , wort ,oremifnj
net TOtji j,,, tJi, only One year
. I brwt rtiilnl the first Crncade, Rcion
A !tllwL kieriinrnt.
Halloween is sometimes called "nnt
craek night," because mils have always
taken a rolipicuou part fn its observ
ance. Two nuts placed in the fire oil
iiuiiuwrt-ii aid nriiurd for two lovcm,
Should thsy lie togi'ther and burn to
Rether Julin and Tillie will be s happy
husband and wife, but burtuU the nuts
bounce and fly asunder, the siu is
bad cue. New York Herald.
Delicary of feeling Is not confined to
centle people, commonly so culled. It
is well known, for example, by tlnms j
who Imve to do with men confined In
priton, that fftch convicts never fipenk
U1B naiea worn -prison, iu inTariHiny
oe some euphemistic sulwtitutc, "this '
Institution" beinj; peihi the one of-j
tenest adonteil. !
Wlien a Cliineie compositor sets typo
lie places them in a wooden frame twen
j ty-two by liftwn Inches. This frame bas
I twenty-nine roovHs, each for a lino of
! tvpe, and tlie tyjie rents In clay to tho
"epth uf a quarter of an inch. Tlio types
aro of woxl, pi'rfef-Uy squire, and tho
compositor baiiille.4 tlietn with pincers.
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'J hd Lot s wife backr
W"? Snm1;ir ehnj,l tMrlier.
"l "1'I"' woman passed Ler with
nPW nn"v "" r'f rhni'
A Swedidi glass which contains phos-
I phnto and chlorine is kjM to have great
I ailvaiitaea over other gl;ss for use in
luicroscopes and either line lenses. It is
of extr-mu bar diiens uud is sujceptlblo
of the finest polistu
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women, children, smallest, midest
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free nt l. O. I'ricke A C'o's.
For many years Mr. H. V. Thomp
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vcrcly afflicted with chronic Uiarr
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very severe; so much so, that 1
feaerd it would end my lib. About
seven years ago I chanced to pro
cure a bottle of Chamberlain's
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i he uiiaiiiiiKUis answer to our in
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When I begun using Kly a Cream
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iri in i'nnf im i'-r j"iir liKiru in n: I binrd
ra tennis 'J iiinni Ume, -t eM-iniiK Unw
kill (i'l'i in initiik- In hivliiK lUM't kil;
ml m-:ii t i ! up i'ii all the luti m ln, nnd
iw j'i,t i. n.itl'i niit.,-r an t ,r iiuK,iij;- ;
yuu ini'Tt: a iK-iintiiuiiy; snl in tno iiim
nr'iil h ,ou ii lm' iiiicriitr,, to In I'l'iiilli.owlinr,
yue r. ll ni''. to ymii li)k,i uli'iiilureeit'i-ii-s.
wiion- do )'t'i ki t ail "f your iiiinniiaiKai
fr.,:n in tl.w l ine eiii-ol lUeway Uu.-i lor
rim n-'v.'r t"i lo llie ay."
Kic: "iviiv, Jnime, j-nii will mnVs ms
Ta n. I haviMMily rue ftnurti' of infoMiiiil Ion.
lint it i surpr j.--i I"' it tii'i-ls an mil. 1
rerr wi.l loir t snjilaer n w l "t hnt
tin- imi l,'i iliiji I ii ii if i.iB lull u. I' inikilun
tin thn anli-t-u Hfs f Nol Hiiiriiiue I
And a rroit tron-un- It Is to us all. fi r It
ri'iliv furui-li'-s lis n;iii f r tne winds
iiiwli'ii'l : luilirr linnitiK'n up in umiriiii'S
tint lie lias tu"ll I'.r lears lit lie my ll..
otih irives ni'irv mil lelOT liririimi :-n nil
llio miiij'i'is "t lim oayi uno hi' ili t a)i
In it It m tlml Hint nuki-s 1 1 r m Ii n lutnous
laiik'i-fH-r. In f " I, 'l H I urnfi Il'tit ll II
tne only rilv rsn.r mni's ihii iii i n,
f,ani a. :it for BBt'W "f If ' lliem.
an t Uii'l lliatmie la all f,,r men. anotljer ail
(.,r wnmen, and anollwr lor uuiun-n oiiiy.
tins ens mils uviry one in vr; so wn
imiv ni-,1 to lukuoiis ii'ia,i i'i -, n,i. mint
tiat alii-oi lim evoni niv iiin.i-s In. I"i' II IS
only .'.m yar. rrrhaf-s im II. ink I am
too lav I In iry iei e; I I wiu " "
oura. nr. M, r a'.wii'l III rents tn II e ,i.l
II. In, r, W. Jrimi'in brannit, jut li't)
Htnwf. New fork, 'or a aam;ils enpv. and I
aliail alwars entuMer taal I hava done you
a rn-at favor; and may bayou will lmltin
us out, as yuu any wk havs inn repuiaiioa i
rvtriar the bint informe,! family m Viwn. If
that lt so. it li Ixuiuruit't lauiiijr llaifailns
Uat du Iu"
A fibera! oiler n1y Bfll fir
thf: wi:i:ti.t hf.kald
and Demorest Family Magar.ine,
Send your eubscriptioil to this
1 -tAt'VJ I
rr-.r-i-7 -oT I
Everything to Furnish Your Kouse:,y
HOUSE FURNISHING EHP0RI0B
UaTin"- Tjurchaied the J, V.
Main street where I am now
er than ths
ft haft A nsUt
of nevr goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline Eton
and l'urnilurf fall lind. bold on the inetallment plan.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A Toll aud Complete line of 1 1
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS , ,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all IIouri.
- i .
A Cure for the "Ailments, of Man and Dcast
A lonj-tetted pa'rt relicter. ' ' ' . '
IU UaC lav a-nc:.t universal by the lloasewife, Uie Farmer, ths
Stixk Raider, aad bjr, ever one requiring aa effectiTS
'o othT appliration comnrri with it in efficacy. ' f
Tliia wrll-Vncwn remedy lu itood the tcU of years, avlmost
6 medicine chert i complete without bottle of Wvitajco
, Ljsihi.nt. ... . . i
Occiicnj trisc for its oc almost every day.
All dnig'uia fend ilealcrs hnvo it. i
T!!E POSITIVE CUP.K. j.'.A
rr.MiiHis ii' rvius imuutiei
(. si. 47 Mefiveiy Fiit.t-iiy
iliUi. I, l, l I'tri,. p Xt (tl- l)l'M-k.
Iiiua miiu'lua sre cunlt.i ly ml led m t
'. C. VI, .hall. C. t'. ; U I'ev y, h. ''
O V. w.. Msl (lrt nnit i;
t eve ,liiK ef siv li l"irll iit'l,
In HiK-kweeK hiix-k. Frank ern
l, K fcueroule, llecordrr. '
4 O I!. W No. l-Mi'lfeeonil
4 Kriilav ei lii! In His niimih
i ;:.- K.
hall in lliii kW'Kiil Mock,
t", f. ltr'iii, Kinier,
IJUY4I. f K J lAM-lVi :i ncll No !
Met at llie K, f e Hail In III" raimeir
r..u 1.1..1, ,.r llHrlirlt A llllH. lln
hrvihren tnvlled Henry llerol.l, Itegeul .
llms Hallli'K. SecreioiT,
04SS I.OIMiK. Nil. IMI I.O.I). K. ri.ir.tji ct
r Tuemlay nliilil si Ib'tr hH I" ilrrall
llo-k. All Odd Felless ars cordially Uivlmd
n ariMKI lill ilii,. il tS," S!. i i'.'rj
N. I.S. W, Undue. Secretary.!
Wifoi and Blarkimltb thus '
Wsgsn, Buggy, Machine snd
HORSE.-MIOKINO A BPECIALTT
n ja?s 'ba
NEVERSLIP EORSESHOI :
".'biibi tb Ut horseshoe for ;
farmer, or for fa.t ilri vinii. or for rj: j ,
purpoies ever inrented. It ts an nit. ; .
that anyone clo put op sharp uf 1
(!orks, as needed for wet snd slipp
Inja, ur smooth, dry roads. C'alK
hs shop snd examine the MtVklisi; f '
tnd you will Ue no otliet. ''
J. II. FHNEI.LnACKEIU
12 North Fifth St. PUttsnmut1, ,j "
IS THAvE WAriVS,
r ' --4 OMIflN PATINIi
'"fjU'1 COP.R10MT8, !.
9t-r Irf-ifrriail' a arnt liw H.'."l1,vv, wt.'t In
........... . . K,M,na
Mi - m i,,. - - - -- , i
riiut l,nn.atl UNIinm patllU in ASll-t a. fc 1
! rj t''nl liaen can lif ! l,riairlil I- "' ' I
ll.-liubl.v bjaa-,l!ino liaaut Uia-S "i i--t
Tjrrt Hnsiiatinnnf siTSrtentld' paper In V 4
w.irlil. Splim-liillr IHil.lralt'l. hn I'JJ1',; '
it ,i ai n.,.niii. Adilr,a 11 1 1'
ruuujuiMi. JU Uruausu.liaw Iwik. n- '
"Weckbach store room on soatk
located can cell goods cheap
jt put m the largest block
Paints, and Oils.
T!!E POSITIVE CUE, hiM
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