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MEMPHIS ' DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1880.
1 ; FRIG J rFI L ACCIDENT.
k BUlLDIJiG COLLAPSES, AUD
oTEBTCRsise Hor states
Catchrt Fire and lis Stork of Aatmu
lUoa Is Discharged Other
Sr. Louis, Mo., December 12. Par
ticalarr of the train robbery yesterday
near Bellevue Station, Tex., ate that
tbe thres robbers who were un
masked and made no effort at conceal
mrnt, arrived at tbe water tank a few
miontea before the train. When the
train arrived ods of the robbers, with
drawn piatol, ordered Engineer Ay res
and bis fireman and O. O. Mil'er, an
other ergineer who was riding in the
cab, to alight, which they did. lie
then marched them some thirty feet
from the train and went throngl) them,
takicg all the valuables which they
had. While this was goto? on the
other two men went through tbe
train. It appears that one of tbe pas
sengers in the rear car, who wis look
ing ent of the window and saw the
operation with the trainmen,
D1VIMIO THJ SITUATION.
lie went into the forward cars, noti
fied tbe other parsengers of what was
going ou and told them to secrete their
money. This they did in vaiioui ways,
giving most of it and their diamonds
to several ladies aboard. Miss Kate
Ha", of Fort Worth, took charge of
$3000 aid other valuables; Mrs. Cham
bers, of PotUdam, M. Y., received
95C0O and some diamonds, and Mrs.
Wiltick, of Carthage, Mo., took her
husband g gold watcn and several hun
dred dollars. Mrs. Wittlck was great
ly Incensed at the proceedings, and
boldly stro.l up in the car and asked
if forty men were going to tamely sub
mit to such an outr.ge at the hands cf
two higwayruen. About $12,000 in
money and 14000 worth of diamonds
and valnablea wai loft by the robbers
in their baste to get through the train
because they dl J not search tbe ladies.
They were evidently not verted in tbe
business, and went away with the
Saltry sum of $105, three gMd watches,
in silver watches, five revolvers and
one gold ring.
TUB BOBBERS LI IT TF1I TRAIN
at the rear end on the sleeper,
mounted horses standing near by and
rode hastily away. Tue train was
then hurried on to Bellerue,whnre tel
Fg.ams were sent to Hnperlntomlent
Fiost at Fort Worth, who immediate
ly replied, offering $260 reward for
each robber, and in less than an hour
five passes of otrlcers and citizens were
in pa suit tinder fihnritf McLain, cf
Montrgue; Marshal Hlack, of Bowie,
and others. Sheriff McLiin says lie
knons the robbers and has no doubt
of his ability to capture them. Hnper
intendrnt (Jonnors was on the train,
having in charge two desirUrs, with a
ruard of five negroes of the Twenty
fourth Infantry, Mr. Connors or
dered the soldiers to drsw their re
volvers and ikht the robhers, but sev
eral passengers opposed this strongly
and pleaded so earnestly in behall of
the women and children on b rd that
the superintendent reluctantly yield
ed, and when the robhers reached the
soldiers snd demanded their weapons
they quietly gave them up.
A Family Aephjralatcil.
Chicago, Dec. 13 Mrs. McOlure
nd her grown daughter and son were
aaphyiia'ed by oal gas last night at
.their residence In the suburban town
of Maplewood. Tbey closed all the
doors and windows tightly on retiring
and forgot to replace tbe stovo lid alter
replenishing the fire. Mrs. McOlure
appeared to , have fallen senseless
while trying to g it out to the open air.
tier daughter wis lying lifeless across
chair a few feet from her bed. Her
son was on bis knees before the door
and evidently became unconscious
during a halt etupitied search for the
knob of the door, which, If opened,
would have given them fresh air.
A Bae.laa Hau UllleU by Trlu.
PrrTSBUHa, Pa.. December l.'J. The
Dennlson and Wheeling accommoda
tion, coming east on the Pan llandie
railroad, struck three section men near
Niinleks station, four miles went of this
city, at 10 o'clock this morning, kill
ing Patrick Howard outright and se
riously injuring Frank Cook and P.
liartington. The men stepped off the
weet bound tracks to avoid a coal
train and wore struck by the accom
modation coming in ths opposite di
rection. A Bridegroom ear Two Hour mil
Manirtbb. M nil.. Docember 13.
Diaries Brown and Miss Cora Sibley
were marritd Saturday evening. After
the co.emony a social dance was en
Joyed. About twj hours alier the cer
emony the bridal couple were dnnciug
together, when the groom fell dead
from heart dl-ease.
A HIMehoriMt On fir.
SpsiNoriiLn, III., I) cemher 13.
The newly erected $4,000 000 stato
..jMrae anight fire early this morning
and the enUr-a structure was soon
filled with derisa black smoke. Flames
i were couuucu iune apartment, but it
was feared smoke anj heat had ruined
the rich frwoinj. thrnna - tne
building. Tl-ia is domed by the r-tis-toJinnK,
who place the damage at $10,
000. Thefl-e originated in a pile of
painters' materials that were to be re
mOM THIS PEOPLE.
Aaaottaetr dood Tbln for I Innarlrr.
To th. EO-toriol tbe Aieali
It isvvident from all indication that
tbe capitalists of Memphis dotiro to in
crease the banking capital. Tbe 3J
percen'. tax ou capital is doternng
thm, or is at least in their way. 1
rpte that one of our local insurance
companies, by whosn charter the tax
npou its capital stock is "one-half per
. i I. i. .. . . . .
wui.i in uuu ci an omnr iitM "
about to embar in bauking. Your
corrtiepondent'-Nnfl Bed," in his oard
in yesterday's Atpkal, figures ont that
in the thirty-five years of life the
aforesaid corporation yet has It will
save in taxes upon a capital of $1,000,
000 the round sum of $1,225,000, over
100 per canta splendid showing.
Surmising this bugs institntinn.with
its "bomb proof" charter and $1,000,
000 capital, is started in banking here,
what show have tVe natioual ami
Other banks without these one-hall
per cent ckarters in competition with
those that have?
In 1B70 the Legislature of Tennessee
chartered tbe "Safe Deposit Company
of Memphis" for ninety-nine years,
nd exempted its capital stock from all
taxes beyond one-half per cent., with
the right to hold real estate,
and to inve&t in securities of all kinds,
but j:o benkieg privileges, i. e , no
right to didcouut and deposit. Its
authorized maximum capital is $(K),
000. Upon this. amount of capitnl the
annual taving, ovor the 3 per rent.,
or gnnetal rate, ia $15 000, and iu the
.iguiy-tbree years it tas yet to run
the saving", without inturebt, will
amount to H,34lO00, or 150 per cent
Should a jiank here wish to increase
its capital, and only increass its an
nual taxes y per cent, on sucn
additional capital, it can do so by
haying its shareholders organise tbe
Sals Deposit Company, of Memphis,
and keep its capital on deposit with
ths bank, upon such terms as may be
agreed oa. . Nashville has two na
tional banks, of $1,000,000 each, and I
am sure Memphis will not be a great
way behind her. If the charter re
ferred to by your correspondent "Naff
eed" i its "a good tning going; a
begging," sure'y the charter of the
Safe Deposit Company, of Memphis,
is a oonaoBi indead. i o a.
Heuphia, Tena., Deeemher 15, ISW.
SEVENTEEN ITALIAN OIKL8
DECEIVER BT A M'HEWINU OP.
On Oalra; Heat Ovgbi ( Be Fan
abed fe)vrty An Example
boald Km Made.
Cuicaoo. III., December 13. Sev
enteen Italian girls, until today mem
bers of the National Opera Company,
were this evening forced to take a
train for New York under threat that
they would otherwise be left helpless.
They were engaged at Milan, Italy,
lets than three months sgo, and none
of the seventeen understand a word of
English. One of them is very ill.
The girls claim that they were dis
charged last night without a word cl
warning, and that a'though incompe
tency ia ths alleged cause, the real
reason Is that tbe company has not
been drawing as large houses as was
expected, especially in Chicaf . Tbe
discharge, it is claimed, is a breach of
contract. According to one of the
seventeen they were engaged at Milan
by an agent nf tbe company
as ballet and chorus girls at
$-0 a week for a season of twenty
six weeks. They received $02 in ad
vance and last night, on being dis
charged, were paid $10 60 of the com
ing week's salary. In an interview to
night Manager Locke denied that the
girls were engaved for twenty six
weeks unless they prove! competent,
This the girls had not done, and
the company's sole object being to
improve the standard of opera in
America they were, after careful con
l-tUN-ON AND BANQUET
f tbe HfirchmMa' Exchange t'm
mlif.ee of ArraaKementa Heleetrd.
One of tbe features of the Mer
chants' Kxbange since its organisa
tion has beeu to have a reunion and
banquet at the clost) of each year.
TWe occasions have been vry en
joyable ti the membtrj and have
proven quite a relief from the dxily
cares of business. This year the Ex
change desires to improve on it) for
mer efl irta snd change the ueual order
of thing) so that the wives
and daughters of members of
the Exchange cm participate
in Its enj lymont. To that end a com
mittee was appointed yesterday to
take tbe matter in hand, and are now
at work perfecting their plans. The
entertainment will be given on the
evening of Dacember 30. h at the Ex
chaoga roams, and Arnold's band has
been engaged. The committee pro
pose to make this the social event of
tbe season and all member, with
their ladies, are expected to be prf sent.
It is ths intention ti maks this, as
was their banquet, an excluxlve
Merchants' Exchange affair. None
but members and their employes will
be admitted, with th exception that
the privilege of inviting non-residonts
will ba accorded to membsrs. Tbe
Committee of Arrangements Is com
posed of I, N, Snowden, choirman;
W. H. Bates, Edward Mo.m, Frd T.
Andeison, Hugh Pett.it, O. L. Ficklin
and J. 11. Martin. '
Secre'ary Kirtliog is now preparing
an explanatory circular, whicH will be
mailed to the membeis today.
All Hedlral AntborlllM
Agree that catairh is no mors nor le a
than an inflammation of the lining
membrane of the na-al air passages.
Nasal catarrh an I all catarrhal affec
tion of the head are not diseases of
the blood, aid it is a sorioits mistake
to treat them as such. No ccinHclon
tiotis phvs'.cUu ever attempts to do so.
It Is held by eminent niedic.il men
that sooner or later a specitlo will be
fonnd for every disease from which
Immunity sudors. The facts justify
us ia assuming that f.ir catarrh at
hast a positive cure exmU in Ely's
O earn Balm.
t'nlliolio Mualnliuik Kentrlcitlou.
Cincinnati, O., Diicember 13.
Aruhbiahop Elder in a interview to
dav exolatned that hi' recent order
forbidding in em hers of ths Catholic
Church to sing in I'mlesUm churches
was In obedience to laws of tlio
church, in which the g toial public
bav no concern. He at!dd that ha
wished ni :oass to all Catholics deiir
iug to sing at charitable entertain
moiits, public concerts, or in prlvato
bousps, spying that his admonition
applied sololv to thoe o r singing in
Protectant h-" of worship. The
OTil-aOP8 into eltaot January Int.
Without AdrqiiM 1'nosji,
Or with apiartnU is cau at all, chilli ivi
fevr, thought to bt eari, ssrminat and
ren-uctlflci In theiyntem. Tbii tiiatmr.(
dlna-ei oannut b laid out with qalnlna.
Tlie only wn- U gj? it a filial inj aitln
t ulnhins MtiUtui, ii to nit ier-titntlv th
nsttonal antidatt to mlmraa polfan, Ilottot
tar't Stounoh B.ttori. which rooUttoutoon
Iltly. Tha protein of oar la, of oonn,
much Mlor If tha Bitten ti used ai a pre
ventive, when tbe Drat chill la felt, but per
anna who are not acquainted with the nature
(( the ajmptouia are aouiotiiuea In error aa
to their oauae, and nrala.H the aimple and
pleaaant rouxdy, of all othera beat auited to
chaok the proarnea of this dreaded and de
structive nialadv. Vlaltora to, or aoluurnera
In malarioua looalitlea, will, moreover, act
tbe partot wladoin it ihey uae the l)itierM
a prepurntive. Uheuuiatiain, conatipati M
blllouaneaa, Imliaeation aud kidney truublea
are removed by the Uitteri.
Nnlnral Una Jalbra Tlmy All.
Fkanxlim, Pa , Decsmber 12. The
Standard Oil Company decided at a
meeting, held in New York, to erect
a new refinery in this city. Work
will be commenced at once. Tbe
works will be located northwest of
the Eclipss Works, and will be larger
than tbe Eclipss, which employs 400
men. A fund of $250,001 was voted
to commence building. Work will be
pushed as fast as poraible, and they
expect to have tilings in shape before
May; st next. Tbe indications are that
tnts movement means the moving of
the Standard Cleveland refineries tc
this point, where thoy own ths nat
ural gas plant.
A it ont ia ua.it al orrKtt I
Ths Voltaic Belt Co., MarehilU
IWic.h., oflcr to send their CelebraeJ
Voltaic Khi.tb and Elm-trio Aroli-
AIrifl nn tllirtv ilueu triul ts. an 41411
BtHicted with Nervous Debilit v.Lrte of
Vltalltv. Munlinod. ctr. lllnnlaii'd
pamphlet ill wiiK-1 envelope wifi till
particnliirs, inaU-.d fn-e. Writrtkem
at once, '
A WONDERFUL OPERATION
PEBFOR1ED IX THE CL5CISN1TI
Three Inches of the Backbone of a
Patleat Removed With Grati
Chioaoo, III., December 13 A
special dispatch from Cincinnati says
tnat one of the rarest and most dan
gerous operations in the scope cf sur
gery has lately been performed at the
Cincinnati Uoppittl. It consists in
removing about three inches of tbe
backbone and exposing the spinal
t hird. Tbe patiout was a yountr col
ored mail about 21 years of age When
first admitted to tLe hospital he wa
suffering from a terrible diseas,wbicli
had broken out over the head, nck
and back in the form of large abcesics,
the chief one of which wan about the
middfti of the back, and had eaten
away the backbone t a considerable
extent Tbe poor fellow could not lie
in a recumbent pes tion nor on his
side in consequence of tbe extreme
pain attending such a position, snd
was compelled to lie all the while on
his face. Bloaly he had lost tbe pow
er of motion and of secsUlon in his
legs, 89 that he was completely para
lyzed from the body down. It was
decided that hia only cbanco of life
lay in an operation for the re
moval of a part of the back
bone so as to stop the process
o( decay. He was then turned on his
face, and the surgeon made an in
cision down the spine. A large
quantity of pus was revealed, and the
cavity was sponged out can-fully in
order to see just where the knife was
going. In this region, where one slip
of the knife or one falae move would
have been fatal to tbe patient, the
surgeon with a chisel and hammer
went down on tbe bona until he cut
out all that which was in any way af
fected, never touching the spinal cord.
All causes of suppuration and paralysis
were removed, and the surgeon fe't
a'sured power would return to the
paialysed legs, snd that time would
accomplish the. filling up of tbe place
where the bane had been formerly.
Tha patient recovered from the ether,
and was pla ed in bed on bis face. Iu
three days motion returned to the
legs, and he wai able to move his f .et
for the first time in nearly a
year. About the samo time sen
sation began to re' urn in
tbe limbs. Inbout tbtee weeks he
could bear some weight on his Wgi,
and at the same time he sssumcd tbe
position on his breast and knees which
he has kept ever tince. He at length
became etrong enough to stand, w th
asoiatance, and take a etep or two. He
Is now ahU to walk to the end nf tne
ward and ait down in a chair with
comfort. 01 coume his back is yet
weak, and probably n.-ver will legain
its former piwer, but he will be a use
ful mm. The wound has gradually
closed up, leaving only a slight (car,
and causes him Utile or no ptin.
MtfST PERFEOT MADE
Ithatrlrt mmrd toPnrttr.Stmurth im
in Aminunln,l.lniliim or !'Ui.ht4w. IT. iTfofi-e
kitrmi-ts, Vuillla, Luaun, eta, nor delldotuly.
ur. iti- h iiAMiiiff rowar nnina
PBCE BAKING FOWDOt CO. CV-aco and St tflWfti
W. N. HALDEMAN
Prealdent of the Oreat LOUISVILLK COTJ
RlKtt -JOURNAL CO., telle wnat
he knowa of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure,
Orrmiur thb CocaiRR-JoiraNAL,
LoniaviLLi, Kt. ,
Or. WinltnmithSir : I waive a rule I have
obaerved for many jeara, the value of your
remedy prompting; mo to any. In reply to
your reiiueat, what I know of your Chll!
Cure. The private aeeurenoea of ita f fliraoy
I had. and the good reaulta of Ita elteou 1
had obaerved on Mr. 11. W, Meredith, who,
for more than flueen yeara, had been lore
man of toy office, Induced me to teat it in
my lamily. The reaultthave been entirely
aatlafaolory. The Art oaae waa of two
ymtra' atandlng, in which I believe every
known romndyhad been tried with tempo
rary relief -the chllla returning periodically
an.l with a-euilnaly inoreaaed eeverity.
Your euro broke thorn at once, and there baa
been no recurrent of them for more tnnn
ati tn ntha. The other r-eae waa ol a milder
mrm, and yielded more readily to other
remojiea: but the ohllla would returv at in
tervale until your meillo-ne waa umu, $nnf
hloh time, now neveral monlha, Wey haer
entirely diaappeared. Frmu tha oppori
nlty 1 have had tojudae, I do n heaitate
ei'rra my oenei ui your Chill Wure
valuHOle aprcinc, and prrloruil all rn
urouiiH for it. Kcapertfully,
W. N. HAL
ARTHUR PKTEll CO.. Aienta. r-ula-
"T the VIQtOR the LAUREL."
P-.. eminent n every higher quality th.
MNAN SHOE hl bcom. th. r.cngmr.H iand.fd
lO tirt. M.ar airrg d'Krmin.tmg g.ntl.m.n.
I nan nlli llralna ami 'onei lnr
Vflll drnp ny pmljiiilirre errlrly puked up
ertirn truljr Lno, -et tlir ilw. Such an- Invitrd
o try uneiair ul " Hunan " iIhk-.. V know
Ihf re.: rvrrv iin whu want. lhcbrl end
inr en- in l h market ill bnnine ix-rpet-aal
" If inaa " R-..N.
eia Set t found. In ft.. "M'lKrX-K
aiedy eure vl crvuua Ueuilitr, Lot iJtior
IV, I.fiotiilonor, eld. A c y i-t ihi. hoott
will l' ."t.t tme, aonlril AMr-r.. M K
or lit 4.i.i,homi tjutii irvt,
iiiicinnmi, . .
i i natural rmiri I
1 .takwro'V P
Centaur Liniment ia the
the world has ever known.
emriaiMawr.1 .fsw,m.., . .iKin-m tmvmw.Mi.uM.uwu)jjM mmmu j.a. . .i
C3 K 5
f. H. AIM tus.
53 5 s f
ALSTBIf, M4URY & CO.
AndCouinilssion Mfrchantu Hay, Corn, Oat-, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil Meal,
Lima, Cement, Plaster, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
for. Front and Union, 1
S. V. RSTES.
171 files ale Grocers
mi ii 1-2 tnd 13 Unlen
Quarter of a Century in
LAX G STAFF 15FILUIXO, .
Nos. 323 and 324 MAIN ST.. - MEMPHIS, TENH
364 FROWT STREET.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
Wo. HOQ Frout t tree t Hemphill, Tczjil,
J L-l-UJ .I.? 1 . I ' III HaWtf
U. 0. PKARCE.
FB AROE & Co
Cotton actors & Commission Berch'ts,
No. 2 raoWT STEETMEPH5S. TEWN.
Mlsn Factor, Wholesale Grcccre,
J.. A. BAILKY.
J.i. BAILEY & CO,.
S30 Ntooiul Nta
A LARUE ANI OOMPUTB STOCK OF PLUMBRR8, A8 AND 8TRAM FITTERS
M terlnl. Pnrtlr. tr- Wl., 1rn. Ind tnil StAne Pitmi. !? ITvtnr. Oloh.. Hl
L. D. MULLINS.ol lateJ. R. Godwin AOo. JA8. TONOH, laUol . W. Caldwell O
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors Commission nerchantt
No. 1 Howard' Row, (tor. Front and Union, HVmphi.
T7hleaale Orot,v, l-otta Fmntorn
Anl Cimnlss.cn Merchsjsts,
S2 (id 1334 Front SL, IIcsp! ffezi
UTwtn a am a at si ivmsaa.
I V. aUISrr tmnm Hi am tae wetjt'ai aa aal, af ail (Mas
aemreeeree. Ortt, Hr.k..r.. tn Vuhlirtoa rtnwi.
Cotlou JFaciors aud Coiamissioa Merchautu
ISq, 3U Frvni;dtret't, loruer.ol Jtlguro,v?ujphj8, Tew-e
most wonderful lvin-Curer
11. H. BJAUKT
Howard's Row, Memphis.
W. B. BOAS.
BTa - ai naaaar aiaa .
and Cotton Tutim
Street, Camphit, Tem
the Hardware Business.
AFF & Co
& Cotton Factors,
(JOHN I. MoULKLLAN.
HH .nd bo ITaalnit NtrM
- eet, IfXemnliis.
at. jl tneofc.
ERSQN & 00
mm s c
rSO. B. TOOF. ' - . L. HoOOWAir. - J. B. MoTIOHI. W. . PATTKUOH.
Toof, IcEomn & Co.
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
AndlOealera In Levee and .Ita 11 road Snppllesj,
No.'74 Front Strt MftmpTiiw.TwTwf.aiajM.
WM. DK AN. Prea't. I JAMES REILLT,
DEAN-ULLY COFFEE & SPICE Co.
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders,
Importers and Wholesale llealcra la
Teie,.hn. 205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
Wm ly-.n. Jwtin Mlly. at. Wawlaa. Jawiew K.lllr, W. H. !.
W. A. GAGE & CO,
BTa. SOU Front Street, t Memphis, Tasaau
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : t : : t i : $100,000
Xxitareiat IPmici on Xoipoaailtaa .
OPEN ATGBDATH UMIIL 7 U'VLajCK P.M.
M. H. KATZEJiBEESEB, President.0 T. KATZEMJEKaER. Cashier.
BOARD OF DIKECTOKS.
NAPOLEON Hai,, JOHN A. DENIE,
W. H. OA RROIiti, J. W. BCUOKR.
W. B. 6ALBREATH & CO.
T5 STATU STREET, BOSTUW, MASS.
Cash Advances on Consignments.
irni UJ ill,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
le Ke et BWia, PrsVt. i. M. eX)DBAR, TiaPrtt. U H. B113X, OUBtaq
O. B, Bar
aj-A anaaeeMary eaf
ataielati ea4 Bjilr Slaiaalal
SUGGS & FE1TIT
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
gOO and 202 Front t., Memphis Tenn,
ILLY, ROPER & REILLY,
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
So. ECU ItaMtt Btrooie Onyooo Block.
FADER. FRANK & CO.
ion ulisale mm
801 Front Street, OppoHMeCnMom llonweji.
Confections, Olacos, Nougat
Cream lion Sons, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Bon Bonn, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
You can Hod 'theaa looda "IATI RETAIL,", la any qnantitiea, at
The Peters & Sawrio Co.'s Retail Establishment.
Ko. 43 JeOeraon Street,
Thus are th, flneit Confeotiona that the
WTry Onr "Slew Oream I.ofw tleHeionsi.,-,Ci
W. T ) DliJi
:t and .'10 Madison
1AF0LIOI BILL, Pretideata
a . ainxif
ooaai a siazxAL nu
umu wy m&ysj urn
AUARTER0FAUILUON:D0LLASS FULL PAD LjIIV
VI f-tW AaiaUSOa Ulimie UCBpiiaSi JLCIa
(SI TO KKAC1IAH at HOKIOM
Old Stand, Ify. 9 Union St., Memphis.
Vlee - Prea't. I JOHN LILLY, Sao'y and Traaa.
T. F. TOBlN.
J. H. BIBCOE.
A. 8. MKYKR8.
I. M. OOODBAB. J.
M. 8AT1N. J. 1
Art iSaia m CMlwlSiTi.-taa
i-a ii i i ssmmaZ
Caramels, French Fruit Ulacea,
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