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filter i Deininser. Proprietors.
□.DEININOEU. Associate E liter.
llHlheim.ThursUa) IHar.22
Terms— Bl.so Per Annum.
WGAAI I—I.I ■
M'Jljslm on the L. C. 8. C. R. R., na< a
reputation of 6—Too, is a tluiviiijf business
ten? re. and controls the trade of an average
radius of over eight, miles, iu which the
Jot'ENvL has a larger cireulatim than ail
other county papers cotuhiucd.
Advertisers tciU please maks a note of this.
11.11 JU .L 1 . L— ._ . . _ .
WITHOUT A NEWSPAPER.—Noth
ing presents a sadder commentary
Upon the present condition ot' socie
ty than the large number of families,
both in town and in the country,
.but more especially iu the latter,
that subscribe to no paper of anj
kind. Hundreds and thousands ol
families are thus growing up utterly
ignorant of the mighty events o!
the day. But who can tU the in
jury that is being afflicted upon th<
rising fneratiou—those who are U
J t rke our place in the busy world al
no distant day—growing up witkoai
knowledgef the present, or an]
study of the past, this ignorance
too, being imbued iuto them bj
those who should, and doubtless do
know better, did they ouly think o
the injurious effects of their insam
course. I*et the head of ever*]
Xamily think of this and place in th<
fiiauds of those for whom he is re
the meaus of acquiring
souse knowledge of the moving pan
-crama in which we act our differeni
parts.— Ex.
When trade gew slack and notet
fell due the merchants face grev
ong and blue ; bis dreams wen
troubled through the night, will
sheriff's bailiffs all in sight. At last
his wife unto hiua said : "Rise up at
once—get out of bed ; and get your
papper, ink, and pen. and say these
•words unto all mn : "My goods I
wish to sell to you. and to youi
wives, and daughters, too 4 my pri
■ces are so very low, that all will buy
beforethev go." He did as bv his
wife advised, and in the papers ad
vertised. Crowds came and bought
of all lie had ; his notes were paid,
bis dreams were glad ; and he will
t-ell you to this day how well did
sssaier'd ink repay. He told us.
wtitiha knowing wink, how he was
fc*rc€ Imprinter's ink.— Ex.
A tody who drew a gentleman 1 *
atressiag GOWA at a recent church
fair now WKBM to draw a good
looking you EG man to put in it.
w-we m m
ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
I, L. W. MCNSOX, High
Sheriff of the County of Centre,
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do
hereby MAKE known and give notice
to the electors of County afore
said, that an election will be held in
the said County of Centre, on
• SATURDAY, APRIL 21,1577.
for the purpose of accepting or re
fecting the provisions of the Act erf
""Assembly, in reference to the erec
tion ot a poor house in said County.
And now, February £6, 1877, the
petition of sundry inhabitants of
Centre eoiuity present, praying the
court to oi-der an election to-be held,
in accordance with the provisions of
tnc Act of Assembly, that the quali
fied voters of Centre County may
accept or reject the provisions of the
Act of Assembly i.i reference to the
erection of a poor house in said coun
ty.
And now. February 26, 187.7, tJve
within petition .presented and duly
considered, and thereupon it is or
dered that aua election be held by the
qualified voters of TLIE county wf
Centre, at the several {daces of hold
ing the general and township elec
tions in tlie several WTVOUGBS and
townships of said coKßtv ON Satur
day, the 21st day OF April, 1877, for
the purpose of determining by tlie
votes of said county., whether the
provisions of an Act of Assembly
entitled "An Act to provide for the
erection of a poor house for the sup
port of the poor in the several coun
ties of tlie commonwealth." approv
ed tlie Bth day of May, 1876, will be
accepted by a majority of the voters
OF said county. The said election to
be conducted by the officers of the
general and township elections, and
the tickets to be voted to have writ
ten or printed on tlie inside thereof
"for acceptance*' or "against accep
tance." The constable of each bo
rough or township to give at least
15 days notice of the time and place
of holding said election by posting
six written or printed handbills in
tiie most public places in said town
bip. _ __ •
By the court. J. H. O.
Certified from the record, at Belle
fonte tliis Ist day of March, A. D.
1877 ' A- WILLIAMS.
Clerk.
ANTCT,
To provide for the erection of a poor,
house, and for the support of the
poor in the several counties of the
commonwealth.
WHEREAS, It is the duty of socie
ty to make provision for the comfor
table maintenance of those upon
whom fortune lias frowned who are
found to be destitute and void of
the means of support ; therefore.
SECTION 1. Be itjnaeted.Ac.,
T'unt' the countv commissioners of tlie
several counties of the common,
wealth may select such real estate
as they MAY deem necessary for the
accommodation of the poor of their
RESPECTIVE counties, and shall sub
tort TWF with selection, together
the terms and conditions upon which
' such real estate can l>e purchased in
fee simple, to the couit of quarter
I sessions in and for the proper coun
: ly, and if the saute shall lie approved
by said court, the county couuniiu
sinners shall take a conveyance
therefor in the name and for the
use of corporation mentioned in the
| fourth section of th:a act: and tliey
shall certify the proceedings therein
; under their hands and se-ls to the
clerk of the court of quarter sessions
!of such county, and the same shall
be entered at length upon the re
cords of s ch court.
Section 2. That at the next gen
eral election to lie tield after the
purchase of the real estate as provid
ed tor in the first section of this act,
the qualified electors ot such county
shall elect three reputable chirms
of the said countv to do directors of
, the "Home for the Destitute" of
1 said county ; said election shall lie
conducted under the general elect ion
laws of the common wealth in everv
respect, and the said directors shall
meet at the court house in the re
t sjiective counties on the first dav of
December following their election,
and divide themselves, by lot, into
three classes, the place of the first to
lie vacated at the expiration of the
first year, of the second at the ex
piration of the second year, that of
i the third at the end of the third vear.
i so that tiiose who shall lie chosen af
ter the first election and in the mode
above described may serve for three
years, and one-third shall be
chosen annually thereafter.
SECTION 3. That every director
elected in the manner aforesaid, or
; appointed as directed bv the twelfth
section of this act shall, within ten
days after he is notified of his said
electiou or appoiutment, and liefore
he enters upon the duties of the said
office, take an oath or affirmation as
prescribed by article seven, section
one of the constitution ; ami in case
of neglect or refusal to take the said
oatti or affirmation he shall forfeit
and pay the sum of ten dollars for
the use of the poor of said county,
which flue shall be recovered by said
directors for the time being as simi
lar debts are by law recoverable ;
and the directors qualified as afore
said, are hereby authorized to ad
minister oaths or affirmations where
it shall be necessary in relation to
the duties of said office.
SECTION 4. That the said direc
tors shall forever hereafter, in u me
and in fact, he a body politic and
eorporutiou in law to ail intents and
puriKvses whatsoever relative to the
poor of said county, and shall have
perpetual succession, and may sue
aud be sued, plead and be impleaded
by the uaine, stvle aud title of "The
Directors of a Home for the Desti
tute of the county of ■ and by
that name shall and may receive,
ti.keand hold any lands, tenements
ana hereditaments not exceeding the
yearly va'uc of eight thousand dol
lars, ano Any goods aud chatties of
tlie gift, a.'ieneation or bequest ot
suiy person or persons whatsoever
for the hsoetit the poor aforesaid ;
<W lake and hold any lands and teiie
iuewU with in their county, in fee
simjdc or otherwise- under the su
pervision of court us aforesaid, as
may be donated to theiii bv deed or
otherwise, and dispose of the same
as<leeiued conductive I o the com fort
<tf the iiimat s; to provide all things
oeoeesary for the lodging, mainte
nance JUWI employment of said per
sous *, xjid the siiid directors shall
have power to employ and at pleas
ure remove a steward or stewards, a
matrau or matrons, physician or
physicians, surgeon or surgeons, and
all other attendants that may lie lie.
cessarv fur the said destitute |iesons
resjiectiveJv, and to bind out anpren
tices so that such apprenticeship
may expire. If males, at or liefore the
age tvf twenty-one, if females, at or
liefore the age of eighteen years :
Provided. That no child be IMUUHI
out for aloiqper time than till he ar
rives at the age of eighteen years,
unless heibebouud out to a trade
othe-rthan fanner : Provided al*o,
That HO child shall Lie apprenticed
without ? theib™ts of the state ; and
the said directors are hereby empow
ered to use one common seal in all
business relating to said corporation,
and the same at their pleasure to al
ter and renew.
SECTION 5. That the said direc-!
tore, as soon as aaay lie, after their
election and organization as afore
said, uid annually thereafter, shall
make an estimate of the yearly cost
of maintaining said establishment
and furnish said estimate to the
county commHMUoners. w bo shall add
the same to their yearly estimate
preparatory to levying their tax for
the coining year, and they shall,
from time to time, mate such sug
gestions to tbecounty commissioners
as tliey may deem necessary, as to
keep the improwrnents or attend ions
thatmay be required to pace with
the3iectsitieii the occasion, and
tbe cotmnissjoners aforesaid shall
m;tke such clianges and improve
ments as.tbcy may deem necessary ;
and for tbe purposes ot tbis act the
coininissHmers aforesaid are hereby
authorized to procure a loan, for
which they way pay interest not ex
ceeding snc per centum, if they deem
it best to .do so, said loan not to ex
ceed three-fourths of the amount ne
cessary for the purchase of said
property aud the erection of tbe ne
cessary buildings ; said loan to lie
gradual? reduced and to be entirely
cancelled within five years.
SECTION 6. That the amount ne
cessary to defray the annual expense
of tbe "Home for the Destitute"
sliaJitoe paid over to the county
treasurer, and by liirn paid out on
warrants drawn on liim by the comi
ty commissioners, upon orders pre
sented to them signed by the presi
dent of the board of directors, and
countersigned by the secretary, and
to which the seal of the corporation
shall be attached ; and it shall be
the duty of the county commission
ers to keep the accounts of the
"Home for tbe Destitute" in a set
of books to lie provided for that pur
pose, and said accoui ts shall be au
dited by the county auditors at tbe
same time the other accounts of the
county are audited by tliem, and to
publish annually a detailed state
ment of the receipts and ex|iendi
tures of said "Home for tbe Desti
tute" at the same tim - and in the
same manner the annual county
statement is published; and the
judges of the several courts of the
said county, and the ministers of the
gospel of the different denomina
tion#, shall, exujjlcio, be visitors of
said institution, and shall have the
privilege at all reasonable time, to
visit and egatnine the condition of
the tame, including the Imoksofsaid
institution, in which shall be kept
an account of all expenses of the
same, as also of all the receipts of
the same, as well as those derived
from the county treasury as tin pro
ductions of the farm and the indus
try of its inmates, as also whatever
gifts or bequests they may have re-
ceived from whatever source the
same may have lieen dorivnl,
I SECTION 7. That as soon as the
said buildings shall have been erect,
ed or purchased, and all necessary
accommodations provided ticrem,
not ice shall he given to the overseers
of the poor in the various districts
of said county, requiring them forth
witti to bring the poor of their rcs
pectivedistricts to said 4 *lloino for
the Destitute.*' which order the ov.
erseers are required to comply with
or otherwise forfeit tiie cost of all
further maintenance, except where
by sickness or any other sutfi.uent
cause, any poor IMMSOU cannot Te
removed, in which case the over
seers shall represent the same to the
nearest justice of the jieace, who le
--ing satisfied of tlie truth thereof,
shall certify the same to the said di
rectors. and at tiie same lime issue
an order under his hand and seal to
the said overseers directing them to
maintain such |>oor IKM*SOII until he
or she may be in a situation to be
removed, and then to remove the
said jierson and deliver him or her
to the steward or kee|Hr of said
home, together with said order, and
the charge and exjHMise shall be paid
by the said directors.
SECTION H. That the said direc
tors shall, from time to time, re
ceive, provide for and employ, ac
cording to the true intent ami mean
ing of this act, all such indigent
persons as shall he entitled to relief
or shall have gained a legal settle
ment in the said county, and shall
lie sent then 1 by an order or warrant
tor that purjHise under the hands
and seals of two justices of the peace
of said county, directed to any con
stable of the same county or to the ov
erseers of the pniperdistrict or of any
district in any other county in this
commonwealth ; and the said direc
tors aie hereby authorized when they
shall deem it proper and convenient
to do so, to administer relief to any
person in need of assistance or to
jiermit any person or persons to be
iii.iintaiiifHl elsewhere: Provided,
That their expense in anv case does
not exceed that for which they could
be maiutainad in the said home.
SECTION 9. That the said direc
tors or a majority of tbem shall he a
quorum for the transaction of busi
ness. ami shall have full power to
make and ordain such ordinances,
rules and regulations as they sluill
think proper, convenient and neces
sary for the government, control
and sup|ort of said home and of the
revenues thereunto belonging and of
all si c i persons as shall come under
their coguiiance : Provided , That
the same lie not repugnant to this
or any other of the laws of this state
o*" of the United States : Ami pro
vided further. That the same shall
J not have any force or effect until
they sliall have lieen submitted to
the court of quarter sessions for the
time tieing of said county and shall
have received the approval of the
same.
SECTION 10. That a quorum of
said directors shall and they are
hereby enjoined and required to
meet at the said home at least once
in every month and visit the apart-
I ments and see that the inmates are
comfortably supported, and hear all
complaints, ami redress, or cause to
be redressed, all grievances that
may !iap|>en by the neglect or mis
conduct of any jierson or (arsons in
their employment or otherwise.
SECTION 11. Tiie annual salary
of tiie said directors shall be one
hundred dollars each.
ir'RCTION IJ. That in case any va
cancy by death, resignation or oth
erwise of any of ttie said directors,
the court of quarter sessions of the
respective county shall till such va
cancy until the next general election.
SECTION IS. That all claims and
demands existing at the tun ? of this
act being carried into effect shall
have full force and effect as fully as
if this act had nor lieen iwssed, *aud
when the same may have lieen fully
adjusted and settlor all n.oueys re
maining in the hands of the over
seers, as well JUS the uncollected tax
es levied for the sup{H>rt of the (>oor
in the several districts in said coun
ty, shall be paid over to the sujarvi
sors of the highways of said countv
to l>eby them added to the roi.d fuud
and applied JIS roml tix is by law ap
plied in said county.
bKCTiON 14. Tiiat ;is soon JIS the
poor of sa d county shall have lieen
removed to tiie home of said county
ami the outstanding taxes collected
and paid over, the office of overseers
of the poor thercjifter shall be abol
ished.
SECTION 15. That all fines, for
feitures or iHHjuests for the use of
the poor shall \*c payable to the
county treasury for the use of said
home, and tlie directors are hereby
authorized to demand and receive
the same and in the name of said
corporation may bring suit for the
recovery of ail money belonging to
said institution, to plead and be im
pleaded in ad matters of law and
equity and to priHecuteall such suits
to final judgment, and the money so
recovcredshall be paid into the county
treasdry and shall lie applied in li
quidation of the debts of the ' insti
tution and the support of its in
mates.
SECTION 16. Thai the provision's
of this act shall not apply to any
countv or district that has alreadV
within it a county or district poor
house or lioures under any special
law, nor to any county or district
unless the 9ame sliall be accepted by
a majority of the voters of such
county or district at an elaction for
that purpose to lie ordered by the
conrt of quarter sessions of the pro
per county : Provided, That tlie di
rectors of the poor may erect and
maintain two houses for the desti
tute in any county containing a po
pulation of over (50,000) fifty thous
and in habits n's and (600) six hun
dred square iniles.
SECTION 17. That whenever the
county commissioners of any county
see propel from any cause whatso
ever ut.t to comply with tlie require
ments of this act, any four or more
townships of county any through a
commissioner ap|M>inted by the poor
overseei 'ofeachtownshipcanpm* *ed
to prieure real estate as provided bv
♦ he first section of thiact: Provided,
That in all ewes it shall lie necessary
for the majority ot tb commission
ers to concur in nil acts before the
court shall take cognizance of tlie
same: And provided farther , That
district p<Kir-houses sii*ll la* govern
ed by all the provisions of this act
the sambas county poor-houses, ex
crept as far as relates to the appoint
ment. of commissioners by the poor
overseers forming the aforesaid dis
trict.
SECTION 18. Ad acts or parts of
acts Inconsistent with this act are
hereby repealed.
APPROVED—The Bth day of May,
A. D. 1876.
J. F. HARTRANFT.
i VEGETINE
Strike* at the root of dlseas*- by purifying
llit* bbxKl, ru.Htm iiiK'tlio tiver ami kl<iue>a to
health) actiuu, luviguraUuK toe ucrvoua*)*-
tern.
Vegetine
I* not a vile, nuiueoua compound, which
simply purge* the bowels, tut asa ♦, plt.is
t ant remedy wltlrbbMitf to purify the blood,
; and thereby restore the health.
Vegetine
la now pre*cril>ed In eases of Scrofula and
other diseases of tae l)io<i<|. by many of the
best physicians, owing to its great success lu
curing all diseasoa <i this nature.
Vegetine
Do* not deceive luyalbls into false hopes by
|tut'Kbig and fronting a ttclltlous ai>p.tltc,
but assist* nature In clearing and purifying
the whole system, lending the patient grad-
I ually to perfect health.
Vegetine
Was looked upon as an experiment for some
time by some of our boat physicians, but lho*
most incredulous in regard to its merit are
now its most ardent friends and supporters.
Vegetine
Mays a Boston physician, "has no equal as a
blood puritler. Hearing of its many won- j
derful cures, after all other remedies had
filled, I visited the laboratory and convinced
myself of It* genuine merit. It Is prepared
from barks, roots and herbs, bach of which :
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result*."
Vegetine
I* acknowledged and recommended by phy
sicians and poth\iries to tie the best puri
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and thousands speak In its praise who have
bceu restored to health.
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Mr. R. It. STEVENS:
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e
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-V Thf
Certificates
• are unequaled by . , t
■ * anything of the kind ont.
rTundieds of tbem are sold annn
ally by Ministers of the Gospel and others.
, i; •" If e were so highly pleased with the samples sent
ns, that we ordered a large lot at once: and made arrange
ments with the publishers for the right 0 f exclusive sale in Prnn,
Gregg, Potter, Haines and Miles townships. We respect fully invite Mi*
isters and youug eouples to come and see For sale singly or by the dozer
Ceo. femur, jssfeKwtr
GEO. L. POTTER & CO.,
general lisoruce iincy
BELL EFONTE PA.,
i
• ronjtM Afeaeylathe Ceuuty. Felie*
siucd on (hi Stoek od Mutual Plao.
ltai
DAN. F. BEATTY'S
Parlor Organs,
hover before attained, adapted for Amateur
and Professional, aid an ornament In auy
parlor.
Kxrri, IK QFAT.TTY OF TONE. THOU
OUGII WORKMANSIIIP. FI.KOANT DE
SIGNS AND FLNWH
and Wonderful Variety of their Combination
Solo Stops.
&.ne;iuMful now Centennial Styles now
reauy. Addrw,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
Late Immense Discoveries by STANLEY
and othersare/ual added to the only com
plete.
Life an*l Labcrs of Livingstone.
This veteran explorer ranks am on* the
most heroic h ores of the century, and this
hook D one of the most attractive, fasclnat-
Inc. richly illu-trated and tnstructiv vol
nines ever Issued. Be|n. the only entii e and
authentic life, the millions are eairer fop It,
and wide aw.-nte afsents are * gutclklv.
IjOIINC. MOTZ A UO. BAMKKM.
MIL Llt LIU, fx.
Reeietc Deposits,
Allovo Interest,
Viscount Notes*
Muke Collections
Buy and Sill Government Securities
Gold and Coupons,
Issue Drafts on
Neva York, Philadelphia or Chicago
and possess ample facilities for the
i nsaetion of a General Banking,
Business.
j JOHKC. MOTI, A WALTER.
, PrtaltUnt, CuklftT
BEATTY-s™
I "
•n< a4 Cfrlffkl.
From Oeo. K. Letcher, firm ofWra. H.
Leteher ft Bro. Baokrn. Fayette, (>Mo.
"We received the piano and think it a
eery line toned one out here. Waited a short
time to rive tt a rood test. If vmi wish a
word in favor of itwe will cheerfully give it.'
James tt. Brown, Kaq., EUwardrviUe, IU,
says:
"The Beatty Piano received rives entire
satisfaction." Agents wanted. Send for
catalogue. Address
DASIEL F. BEATTY,
WMklafWs, Nw Jmr—J, U S. a
NE WIII
Mrs. M. A. fcvtrbesk and Mrs. A. Cham
bers, have established a Millenary Shop in
MUlhtim.
Bonnets, Hats Ribbons Flowers
and all foods entering Intotlieir line
kept, and sold as cheaply as possible
for cash. • Call at the I'ostOttici
Building and be convinced. Satis,
faction guaranteed. 18x1 v.
M| T> Alt NTS' PATENT
Y2L J> FOOT POWER
ffTS MACHINERY CIBCTT
Jfdf LAR ANO SCROLL
SAWS. LATHES. ETC..
KANCY_ WOODS AND
'> irv diTerent machines
Eg AV/suitod to the uants
' °r mechanics and nina
' and
LADIF* are making from
At to per dav ueine
thorn. The old srvle thrown aside wheu
these are known, fay where yojiresd this,
and send for AS p%gp catalogue FttEE. \V.
F. ft J. BAtans, BDowSra. Wtansbaro Oa,
i! XUtneta. iWt
THE MIILHEIH GROCERY,
BY GEORGE ULRICH,
Has jmat • liuU the beet Come. Scoa*, Strum Tias, fkcoiAt*
Dpied Krujt, COFCI-icTiONAnies, Cheese and Cbacklxs, iitown,
Alm • general variety of Notions sad Stationary.
Ceaotrj Produce taken in exeliatige for goo des, at the highest mark a
rates Call and See. Italy
JOHN D. FOOTE,
Dealer in General Merchandiee
MILLHEIM, PA.
of Citings prom
inducements to cash buyers. A share of the public jgf
10- patronage ii respectfully solicited. -A—
Hxfta.
CHAS. H. HELD,
*■. • * J
DEALER IN ALL KINDS Of
Clocks, Watches and
JEWBLRT.
af the latest ttjlee.
▲.ll kiade of Cloeks. Watches and Jewslr v repaired oa short aHaa
and WARRANTED. The ladies and me public generally are he-
Tit od to call. Room—Booond Floor of A exander's Block.
-|yrinhflim, Centre Co., 3?sqiul
J. W. WALLACE & CO.,
Diug gists,
Corner "M~a.in _A_nd Q-rove Streets,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
A full stock of Drugs A Chemicals constantly on hauad. All tka
U*lUj Passat Aalijiaas-alata. Oils and Ostss, at lowest prices
Ths undersigned flj ml AO etherwerk
would again call 0 | & 3 /yjT enttrin * l*tethek
the attention of hno. Oar pi lose
the public to the are moderat>
fact that they are while our work
still engaged in Jgfg| is second to esm
the manufacture 8 WnoHßt in this part of lbs
I 'MilitoMarileAV orb 1 CaU
COQChCS, ® Weletnycr ft .Jpjj •* .
Readatonsa.
SHOTS, EAST of Bridge, . •. MTLUtEIM, fA f
DEININGE* AIWUSSIE.
FURNITURE ROOMS
lira Irumbine.
(Successor to J. O. DEININGER,)
Would moat respectfully infonn the citizens of Centre o*ty, that ht
has constantly on hand all kinds of FURNITURE, wade et the beet m
terial and in the moat approved styles.
BUREAUS,
BEDSTEADS,
BASH STANDS,
PINKS, TABLES,
DOUGH TRAYS, CORNER CUPBOAEM,
and all other articles in*bis line constantly on hand. Prir?U!
the times The wants of young married couples especially suited. Lome
and see. Shops, Main Street Centre Hall, Fa. Jffi''
"■
THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE.
ALLEGHANY STREET,
' NEXT DOOR SOUTH Of niCKS & BRO'S HARDWARE,
BELLEFONTE, PENNA.,
Has been re-opened , re-fitted and re-stocked with the beat and moat
popular Drugs and Medicines.
Particular attention given to the wants of Farmers and tboee living !•
the Country. W. Mi HERRINGTOB. AgmOr
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