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North Platte National Bank,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
IP aid up Capital,
II W. HAMMOXD,
C. F. IDDINGS,
A. F. STItEITZ,
O. 51. CARTER,
M. C. LIXDSAY,
.T. E. EVA'S,
A. D- BUCK WORTH.
All business intrusted to us handled promptly, caref ully, and at lowest rates.
Closing -:- Out -:
I will close out my entire stoch of Boots and
Shoes at a ORE AT SACRIFICE. Wishing
to quit the business 1 will give bargains
on all goods in sioch. Some of the best
goods made in this country will be
Our goods are all the very best. No shoddy in
stoch. Call in for Bargains, for you never bought
Good Goods for such prices.
I offer at a bargain the entire stoch and fix
tures to anyone desiring to engage in the Boot
and Shoe trade. The reason for selling is that
other enterprises engage my attention. Call
"for bargains at
Otten's Boot & Shoe Store
LUMBER II COAL.
LIME AND CEMENT.
Rock Springs Hut,
Eock Springs Lunro.
YARD ON R. R. TRACK WEST OF DEPOT,
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper and Galvanized Iron Cor
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings.
Repairing of Kinds will receive Prompt Attention,
Locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
North. 3?latte9 - "Nebraska.
: simple; wncn it is not Mnijue it is 7;.jfl;SVV,'J-.j
d. Simple, Beautiful, Good these '---rii-
And a good lamp j&l&fo
nxrAVAV&S niust be
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words mean much, but to see
will impress the truth more forcibl
tougn and seamless, and made
it is absolutely safczcsi wtbreakable,
of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar- 5
velous light is purer and brighter than gas light, SStj
softer than electric lisht and more cheerful than either.
Lf?.K Ik for this stamp The Rochester. If the lnrm dealer hasn't the genuine
Rochcftcr. r.uil the stvle you n-aut. peutl to us for our new illustrated catnlogue,
fVajSVand we will .enl jcu n. lamp s-afely express 3"ct;r choice cf over U.000
tAJMTQi varieties from the lhrcsi Ijimp Store in the it'oi !J.
J3&ty KOC52ESTJEK SA3Si CO., 42 r.nrlt Tlacr, ?."cv TorX City.
m, "The Rochester."
F. J. BKOEKER,
LARGE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS,
embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order.
PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE
Spruce Street, between Fifth and Sixth.
ATT AM. ABOUND DECEIT JE It.
The Calolam tight of the Past Tcrned on
a Delinquent Brldecroom.
CoETLAjn), N. T., Sept. 21. Edward
Hamon of Homer, the son of a promi
nent church member, was to have mar
ried Minnie Johnson of Truxton Friday
evening. The lady in question is very
attractive, blonde and but 19 years old.
Everything was in readiness for the
wedding Friday evening, supper, minis
ter, guests, etc., but Hamon failed to
appear. He was waited for until 10
o'clock, when the company dispersed.
The expectant bride was crazed with
grief and shame. It has since been
learned that Hamon ran away to avoid
marrying Miss Johnson, and his previ
ous career has been laid bare. He was
on one occasion arrested for breach of
promise on complairit of a young lady
of Albany, but the matter was settled
out of court. A lady in Marathon is
afterlrim on a aimilar charge, while the
father of a Brewery Hill girl wants him
for abducting his daughter and keeping
her in Binghamton -for three months.
He is an all around deceiver. Hamon
it about 30 years old and is of a very
sanctimonious appearance. His where
abouts are unknown.
t An Innocent Man Convicted.
San Francisco, Sept. 21. Sidney
Bell, recently convicted of the murder
of Samuel Jacobson, a merchant of this
city, who was mysteriously shot on the
night of Aug. 16, 18JI0, is probably inno
cent. Chas. Schmidt, one of the princi
pal witnesses against Bell, has made a
confession admitting that all his testi
mony at the trial was false. Bell's at
torne3s say they have a witness who
will swear that the murder was com
mitted by a gambler named Max
Schwartz, who had been visiting Jacob
son's Bister. Jacobson forbade him the
house, and finding him on the night of
the murder tried to eject him and was
shot by Schwartz.
Fear or the Penitentiary.
Chicago, Sept, 21. The Herald says:
Fear of the penitentiary is what in
duced Miss Gertrude Potter to discard
young Rust and take Mr. Daniels of
Ifew York "for better or for worse" in
the presence of Dr. Stryker. It may be
said'the ceremony was performed mere
ly 'for the look of thing" for the pur
pose of stopping wagging tongues and
reassuring as to there being no scandal
but a significant message from New
York to the Potters Btating that Ger
trude could be punished for bigamy is
Enid to have played a most important
part in bringinc about the wedding.
All Excitement in Oklahoma.
Guthrie, Sept. 21. Yesterday had
little semblance of Sunday. All day the
streets were crowded with prairie
Bchooners, carriages, horsemen and foot
passengers, all jammed into a shouting,
struggling, hurrying mass. At the ne
gro settlement of Langston there are
i',000 negroes, all armed and on the road.
All of these negroes are determined to
have a claim or fight. On every side or
the reservation the line is one contin
uous camp and the number of people in
waiting is fully thirteen thousand.
Killed His Wife While Drunk.
Wilmington, Del., Sept. 21. Howard
Cooling, 35 years old, a carriage finisher,
while drunk killed his wife Selia, 33
years old. He says she called him a
drunken bummer and he struck her
with a mustard bottle. There is no evi
dence of this blow, but physicians think
Cooling choked her to death, as marks
found on her throat and blood from the
mouth show this. Cooling confessed
the deed and gave himself up at the po
lice station. They had been married
twelve years and had two children.
Tockey Stoval Shoots His Man.
Philadelphia, Sept. 21. Alexander
Robinson, a clerk in the sheriffs office,
was Ehot and seriously injured by the
well-known colored jockey. Stoval, on
the ferryboat from Gloucester to this
city. Stoval was on the boat in com
pany with two white women when
Robinson made some remark which the
negro resented. A quarrel ensued dur
ing which the shot was fired. The bul
let struck Robinson in the left breast.
inflicting a dangerous wound. Stoval
Anti-Wnsner Agitation in France.
London, Sept. 21. A dispatch from
Pari3 says rumors are current that a
Republican ex-minister is supplying
money for the anti-Wagner agitation,
witn a view to discreQitintr the pro vera
ment and compelling the authorities tc
confess themselves vanquished by public
sentiment in upholding the Germans.
The dispatch says that the statesmen in
question is either Lockroy, Thibaudin
or Godlet, readers being left to guesa
wmch ol tue three is the man.
tarry Corcoran Dead.
' Key,- York, Sept. 21. ''Larry" Cor
coran, the once famous pitcher of tht
Chicago base ball club, and for twe
ceasone a member of the New York
club, died at his home in Newark, N.
J., of typhoid fever. He was 30 years
old. He leaves a widow and two children.
Alleged Pension Extravagance.
Washington, Sept. 21. Feeling is
growing stronger in the Grand Army of
the Republic against the excessive pen
sion legislation and the numerous frauds
perpetrated under it. There is an un
written chapter of history in connection
with the last Grand Army reunion at
Detroit. That meeting was not charac
terized by the demands for more liberal
pensions which were made at previous
meetings. The explanation is interest
ing. Notice was quietly served that if
the attempt was made to committ tht
Grand Army to any more extravagant
pension measures the issue would be
raised and a split would occur. Some
of the best men in the Grand Army
were prepared to leave the organization
if it went any further in pension ex
travagance and to raise the banner of
pension reform. The idea of the pro
moters is twofold. They desire to check
general pension legislation,, and they
also propose to weed out the fraudulent
pensioners. It is hoped that this move
ment will acquire such headway by the
time of the reunion in Washington next
year that the Grand Army may be com
mitted to the work. A revolution in
sentiment among the veterans is pro
gressing with considerable rapidity. V
is claimed that there are being carried
on the rolls thousands of pensioner
who are not entitled to be there.
; Cincinnati's Suicide Epidemic.
Cincinnati, Sept. 21. At 4:30 a. ra.
the dead body of a man about 27 years
was found 1 ing on the ground at the
corner of Bellevue and Conroy streets.
He was dressed in a dark suit and by
his side was found a 38-calibre revolver
with one chamber empty. He had shot
himself. The remains were taken to a
morgue. Two letters addressed to Al
phonso Keck, the man who committed
suicide Saturday, were found in his
pocket, but his identity has not been
Wm. Amlung, aged 36, a woolen
hoisery manufacturer, 5G8 Main street,
committed suicide by shooting himself
in the right temple with a revolver in
his room. No cause is known.
When compelled to travel all night,
the Siberian natives always makb a prac
tice of stopping just before sunrise and
allowing their dogs to go to sleep. They
argue that if the dog goes to sleep while
it is yet dark and wakes up in an hour
and finds the sun shining, he will suppose
that he has had a full night's rest, and will
travel all day withont thinking of being
tired. One or even two hours' stop at
any other time is perfectly useless, as
the dogs will be uncontrollable from
that timo forward until they are per
mitted to take what they think a full al
lowance of sleep. St. Louis Republic.
IF. YOU; SUFFER
After reading thisIT'JS-XOUR OWN FAULT.
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He guarantees to cure Rheumatism, Ecema, Paralysis,
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The Doctor passes the electricity through himself before
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rendering the treatment such that the weakest and most
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pen Thursday Next.
J. L. GARNER, M. D.
Pysician and Surgeon.
He guarantees to cure all diseases pertaining to the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
The Blind to See! The Deaf to Hear!
He is here with special and specific remedies. He radi
cally cures the following Chronic Diseases: Catarrh, no
matter how long standing, Deafness, Inflamed or Granu
lated eye lids, Cross Eyes straightened in one minute
without pain, Bronchitis, Asthma, Hemorroids or Piles,
Fistula permanently cured without the use of the knife or
loss of time. Liver, Kidney and all affections of the
To Ladies Especially.
Dr. Garner holds a special diploma for the treatment
of Falling Womb, Ulceration, "Whites, Irregular Menses,
and all female troubles. 'Barreness removed .
All private diseases, no matter how long standing,
quickly and permanently cured. We have made a special
study of private diseases for years and promise positively
to cure syphilis, gonorrhea and restore lost manhood, and
cure all blood and skin diseases. Shrunken organs re
stored to their natural size. Teeth extracted free and
Tho room's in diacrder.
The cat'a on the table.
The flo wer-etaa d u pset. an d the mischief to pay:
Ann jonnny is EcrcsuniDg
As loud ns lip's nble.
For nothing- goes right when mamma'i away
What a scene of discomfort and con
fusion home would he if mamma did
not return. If your wife 13 slowly
breaking down, from a combination of
domestic cares nmi icmaie disorders,
make it your first business to restore
her health. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription i3 without a peer as a remedy
for feeble and debilitated women, and Is
the only medicine for the class of mala
dies known as "female diseases" which
is sold, by druggists, under n potilive
puaraniee from the manufacturers that
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the money will be refunded. It is a
positive cure for the most complicated
cases. It's an invigorating, restorative
tonic, and a soothing and strengthening
nervine, imparting tone and vigor to the
whole system. It's a legitimate medi
cine, too carefully compounded by an
experienced physician, and adapted to
woman's delicate organization.
Land OiEce at North Platte. Neb., I
Augu?t IS. 18D1. )
Notice is hereby piven that the following
caraod settler hr.s hied notice of hi.- intention to
mnko final proof in snnnort of his claim and
thatBaid proof will bo mado before the Kegister
nnd Iteceivcrnt North 1'Iatte. Neb., on September
3ith, 1&91, viz: Levi L. liaker who made
Homestead tntry fto. 117GI for the southeast
qnarter of section 'ii, town 12, rnnce 81, west,
lie names tho following witnesses to nrovo hid
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz: John It. Chnpen, Johnim Clemnn,
John V . Wood, Francis Jlont.-urue, all of North
32U Jou;: I. Nesbitt. Uegisior.
Oi kicc: N ville Block, Sixth Stczi
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
GRIMES & WILCOX,
Office orer North Platte National Dank.
C. M. DUNCAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Orncx: GUeastoin's Block, np stairs. OIEce
hours from 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 nnd 7 to 9 p. m
.Residence on West Sixth Street.
"Wm. Eves, M. XX,
Fhysician and Surgeon.
DISEASES of 0ME1T and 0HHDEEU
McDoxald Block, North Vljltie, Xeb.
A. B. AYRES, D. D. S.,
Has located at North Platte to stay,
lice over Foley's Store.
"W. C. LEjVIOj,
Land Attorney and Loan Agt.
Sloney constantly on hand to close farm loans
nt, lowest rates siven in Western Nebraska.
All kinds of business before United States Land
OUice attended to.
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR
L X TST E 1ST
DONE UP NICELY?
Take it to our agent, Frank Sulli
van, at C. Weingand's store.
Anything laundried from a hand
kerchief to a fine lace curtain.
Laundry leaves Tuesday and is
returned the following Saturday.
GEAM) ISLAND STEAM LATJNDBY.
A. P. CARLSON,
Full line of piece goods always on
hand and made to order.
Only first-class workmen employed.
Shop on Sprnce Street, over Hans fJertler&Co.
R. D. THOMSON,
Contractor arid Builder.
127 Sixth St. Cor. of Vine,
NORTn PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
E. 13. WARNER,
A full Hue of 0rst cl:i3S funeral supplies
always in stock.
East Sixth street, nfsxt uoor to First Na
NOTiTII PLATTE, - NEKBRSKA.
Telegraph orders promptly attended to.
A Strange Case.
Sioux City, Sept. 21. Tho post mor
tem examination of the body of Charles
Barouski, which was conducted in the
presence of twelve of the leading phy
sicians, reveals a case which they de
clare to be witnout parallel in tne nis
tory of medicine. Barouski waa a vet
eran of the late war, in which he re
ceived a rifle ball through the month.
which lodged in his head. He died Fri
day and the examination was held. The
ball was found lodged in the lower or
vital part of the brain, or, as the doc
tors call it, the posterior horn of the
left lateral ventricle. The only trouble
the deceased ever experienced was dizzi
ness when he stooped over or lay on his
Texas Ferer In PonnsylranU.
Huntingdon, Pa., Sept. 21. The cat
tle in this and adjoining counties are
ueing attacKea witn a peculiar and thus
far unidentified disease, which in nearly
uvery instance proves ratal. Tne dis
ease first appeared about two weeks ago,
and already hundreds of cattle have
perished. When attacked the animal's
head falls helplessly and its legs seem
unabte to bear the weight of the body.
It is believed that the disease is a form
of Texas fever and was brought hero
by southern cattle.
There Were Tow Dry Eye.
Chicago, Sept. 21. Two thousand
persons crowded into the great St
Michael's Catholic church to hear the sol
emn service over the remains of Gottleib
Schalk, his wife and four children, who
were suffocated in their home on Sedg
wick street. The assemblaee was in
dicative of the deep bereavement which
the whole commanitv feels, and there
were few dry eyes while the ceremony
was being celebrated.
Starving Peasants Barn and Pillage.
Vienna, Sept. 21. Numerous incen
diary fires are reported as occurring in
Russia. Tha starving peasants set
buildings on fire in order to share in the
plunder of such places. In the Kief
district nine places were burned in two
days. JVlany arrests nave been inade.
Frankfort's System of Banks.
Of all tho schemes designed for small
savings and to enconrage the poor to lay
by small sums the penny savings stamp
system, established in 1882 atFrankfort-on-the-Main,
is tho most unique. Frank
fort is distinguished among European
cities by the large average wealth of its
citizens, and by its exceptional promi
nence in all that pertains to banking
and finance. Many great banking fami
lies had their origin in Frankfort, from
which branches have been established
at Paris, London, Vienna and New York.
There are todav not less than 200 bank
ing houses, public and private, in the
city. It might naturally be expected,
then, in view of these facts, that some
original features in the line of savings
banks should be found there.
Tho Frankfort Savings bank is a pri
vate corporation established in 1823,
nearly seventy 3ears ago, when Frank
fort was a free city and independent of
all state allegiance and control. It be
gan with 294. depositors, with 80,934
marks to their credit. In 1889 there
were 56.G97 depositors, with an aggre
gate capital of 38,215,097 marks, the re
ceipts and withdrawals that year being
G,319,27G and 5,151,G02 marks respec
tively. There are three departments connected
with this institution. The Savings De
posit bank, which comprises a central
office and two branches in different parts
of the city; the Weekly Savings bank,
a separate bureau, under the same man
agement, but differing from it in that it
collects from each depositor a stated
weekly deposit, and the Penny Savings
institution, which is adapted to the
"V!!!?5 the finesritoci
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MMe iibiUmi, take
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est on earth, with great
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Boeelal wark aiida ta ararr.
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119 119 I
The Tea Houses of Japan.
Mousinees, ricksliaw3 and tea houses
are the three institutions one associates
with Japan. Kiplmg has made the rick
shaws hardly more of a phantom than
the three-horse car, while Sir Edwin Ar
nold and Pierre Loti have pictured the
gentle mousniee with such exquisite
finish that people ignorant of the mean
ing of the word a few months back are
in love with her quaint beauty and rav
Tea houses are simply inns or restau
rants where tho principal refreshment
(olteu the only one) is tea. In tne cities
they are the favorite evening resorts, for
there yon can hire tho gaudy Geisha
girls to dance and sing or play the samo
sin and koto between the intervals of
love making. She is a mistress of this
art. Nara, one of the most beantiful
places in Japan, has no other accommoda
tiou, and notice must be sent the day bo
fore to tell tho owner how many guests
he is to accommodate.
Rickshaws laden with supplies start a
few hours ahead, the coolies who draw
them acting as cooks and house servants
during your stay. Stowed in these use
ful vehicles is all you require food and
the utensils for cooking and eating it.
The teahouse supplies nothing but chop
sticks, fresh eggs and rice. The little
teahouse at Naru was like a white parch
ment box. with wooden comers, and
stood in the shade of a crystomoria
grove, in tne neat of the day the parch
ment walls disappear mysteriously into
tho wooden corners; then the entire
houso looks like a platform, with high
wooden corner posts, raised a few feet
frsm the ground, covered with dazzling
white matting. Once a Week.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Shop on I.ocnst St.
North Platte. Neb.
Billiard : Hall,
J. C. HUPFER, Prop,
The Casino is supplied with am
ple billiard and. pool tables and is
a pleasant orderly resort at all times.
be found-U the bar..
Comfort for Corpses.
Among the inventions that commend
themselves to public notice during the
last fifty years are those relating to cof
fins, graves and burials. One of these is
intended to furnish the tenant of a grave
who has been buried prematurely with a
means of escape or arousing the neigh
borhood. Tins invention is a simple af
fair, being merely an open tube provided
with a rope ladder and a bell and cord.
Should the ocenpant of the coffin awake
from the trance he could climb the lad
der and make his way back to the world,
or pull the bell and alarm the township.
For those whose only fear is that they
may not oe allowed to rest undisturbed
a considerato inventor has provided a
"torpedo grave," which, if distnrbed, ex
plodes at once and scatters the vandals
to the winds. Chicago Times.
Milwaukee, Sept. 14. By tho capsiz
ing of a row-boat on Lake Michigan
Frank Huennar. acred 27 years, and
Robert G-uerth, aged 22, were drowned.
Norman Reeves, who was one of the
party, clung to the boat till rescued by n
Fifty Lives Lost.
Rome, Sept. 14. A dispatch from
Athens says it is now known that fifty
persons lost their lives in the collision
between the steamers Taorina and
Thessalia off Cape Sunium.
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Pills are a Foal tire Core for Blek ;
Headaebe, Bllloaaaeaa, and:
CoaatlpatloB. Small, pleaa-S
aat aad a favorite with, the"
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lHd., In America for 2Se. Got;
them from joar Druggists, or:
send to W. H. UOOKXK CO;. '
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LIST CIV PRtSCTPAI. SOS. CWUB. RICM.
1 Fevera, congestion, lnnammatlon... .US
ti Worms, WomrFever. Worm Colic.
3 Crylne Colic.orTeethlngoflnfanu
4 lllarrhea, of Children or Adults a
5 DyseHtery, Griping, Bilious Colic... .25
I'bolera Morbus, vomiting ttZ
7 Cough", Cold, Uranchltls U.I
H Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache tt.l
9 Headaches, Sick Headache. Vertigo .!
10 DvsDeDala. Bilious Stomach .!.!
11 Suppressed or Painful Periods. ,'2li
Itl Whites, ton Profuse l'eriods
1.1 f.'roao. Couzh. Difficult Breathing
1-t Malt Kheam, Erysipelas. Eruptions. .MS
15 Kheuuiatiara, ltheumatlc Pains '25
Hi Fever and Asa e, Chills, Malaria.... ..IB
17 Piles, Blind or Bleeding .If
19 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Head .5A
tiO Whooping Cough, Violent Coughs. .3
tit Krneral llebility.l'hyslcalWcRkness .50
5i7 Kidney JUncane 5ft
1M Nervous Jlebility
30 Urinary Weakness. Wetting Bed- ,5
33 Diseases of thollcart.ralpltatlonl 88
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Ocr. William and John Streets, New York.
I. E. SOMERS,
Florist and Gardener,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBR.
Can furnish all kinds of fruit and
shade trees, forest trees, and seed-
ngs for tree claims , at lowest
prices. Also all kinds ot plants and
flowers. Estimates ana designs
given for laying out newvgrounds.
rarus Kept oy contract. i
Chamberlain's Eye and awn
A certain cure for Chronic Soro
Totter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores. Eczema.
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and files. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up iu 25 and 50 cent boxes.
By rirtne of tho laws of the Stato of Nebraska,
I hereby offer a reward of Fifty Dollars for tha
cnptuie and conviction of any person charged
vfith horeo stealing in Lincoln county.
For lisme back, side, or chest; use
Shiloh'a Porous Plaster. Price 23 cents.
An old physician, retired from nractice.
having hnd placed in his hands by an
East India missionary the formula of a
simple vegetable remedy for the speedy
and permanent cure of Consumption.
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and air
throat and and Lung Affections, also a
positivo and radical euro for Nervous:
Debility and all Nervous Complaints..
after having tested its wonderful cura
tivo powers in thousands of cases, has
felt it his duty to make it known to his.
suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive and a desiro to relieve human
suffering. I will send free of chanre. to
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French, or .hnirlish. with full
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