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1X112 SCKAJNTOK' 'J'JUJiUJNJi-WA'l'LrKDAY MOltMING, JANUAEY 16, 1S97.
New Year Cards
Pocket Diaries, lb7,
ruloubcPs Notes on tlic
Sunday School Lessons, 1SD7.
Deep cut in prices
all this week
on all Holiday Articles
Toys, Games, Blackboards, Desks,
Toilet Cases and Fancy Articles,
Holiday Books and Fancy Stationery,
at very larRC reductions,
to clear out balances.
Bargains for New Year presents.
323 Lackawanna Ae.
The ut-e of Shavings for budding
loi horses or cows Is not
But put up liko straw lu
Is something now.
Cheaper Than Straw,
Cleaner Than Straw,
Belter Than Straw.
We keep It.
The Weslon N
SCRANTON, OLYPHANT, CAnBOmUZ.
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
EXTRACTION OP TEETH WITH
ANAESTHENE." FINEST DEN-
TAL. WORK IN THE C1TV.
DRS. HENWOOD & WARDELL
316 LACKAWANNA ML
COLLIERY ENGINEER STOCK.
The Capitalization Wns Yesterdnj
Increased to 750,000.
Action on the pioposetl inetease of
the capital stock of the Colliery .Engi
neer company Horn $J50,000 to $7."1 000
was taken at a special meeting or the
btockholdeis In the company olllces yes
teiday afternoon. The proposed In
eiease was unanimously can led.
Among those piesent at the meeting
veie J. K. Orllllth, superintendent of
the Latiobe Steel woiks, Latiobe, Pa.;
Isiael 1. Paidee, T. D. Jones and I. O.
i:meilck, of Hazleton, Pa.; Thomas
Klsher, of the Herwind-Whtte Coal
Mining company, of Philadelphia; V.
II. Rood, of the JeanesNllle lion oik,
Jeanesville, Pa, and T. M. Williams,
superintendent of the Lykens Valley
Coal company, Lykens, Pa.
The Increase was made In view of the
laige expansions In the business. The
new tluee-stoiy printing plant on Foi
esl court is neatly completed and will
be installed w 1th machlnei y Ithln four
weeks. About Feb. 15 the Center stteet
plant will be abandoned and possession
taken of the new place.
The original plans of the office sttuc
ture on Wyoming avenue have been
changed. The building will extend the
eutlte depth of the lot to the coutt
and will be four Instead of thiee staties
The following Is a list of display cards
Kept In stock at this ofllca and for
eale at ten cents each:
.Rooms for rent.
This property for sale.
House for rent.
House to let. etc.
For Infants and Children.
Is he whose
fe t rest
rect-niade shoes. The
most atti active of Bull'
Dogs if you waut any
other hape toe if you
There's no othe Win
ter Shoe like O tr Tan
410 Spruce Street.
f z r y7 ''
FOR RELIEF HEARD
Boscliino Asked the Poor Board
HER HUSBAND IN PENITENTIARY
HurCnsu M'ns Hefcrrud to Director
Murnliy with Power to Aet--Hoiutl
Tnl.cs Action on tlio disc of it
Young tiirl Who 11ns ltuil Surrouiul-iiips-C'ommlttco
Appointed to Kn
denvor to Secure Legislation.
The poor bonnl hold a session yes
teiday afternoon In Its loom In the
city hall. W. S. l.uiiKStuff pieslded
Directum Teippe, Muiphy. Paine nuu
Fuller wulu ptescnt ntul Shotten and
Mrs. Swan ueic absent.
The usual batch of applicants was
waiting In the coiililois udJolnliiK the
boaid's looms, anil the tiansuctlotis of
the afternoon weie of a luutlne nn
tuie. AmoiiK' the applicants for aid which
came borate the bonid was that of the
wife of Doschlno, the muideier, who a
a 89 f
ak - t. , ff,
WJ - '
0 ItS h rSOHtcJn
few months ago went to the Dpnlfn
tl.u to setve life lmpi Isoninent foi his
cilme Mis. Hostlilno lles on Smith
stleet, Dunmoie, and Is a woman witn
many claims to beauty She almost
realizes the Idoaf pinp.igated by poets
in theli treatment of the Italian peus
anti. She Is In a eiy destitute condi
tion, and net case was tefetied to Dl
Maty Gllioskl, a veiy bright gill of
about 15 eais, appealed befoie the
boatd In behalf of her father, who Is at
piesent sick. Dr Paine stated that the
flrl' mother is dead and that hei fa
tliei and his associates, for whom the
gill keeps house, nie not fit people for
the gltl to live with The boatd lefeued
the application to Mr. Paine, with
Institutions, to tend the gill to the Hill
side home it lie deemed It nd Isable.
Mis Htldget U'Houike appealed be-
fote the boatd with an lntiint about 2 1
n, , ,11 Ul,. wilil tlifit lin, lillulm ml
had dcseited her some time ago, when
thu mied heie from Illinois. She
was allowed ?1 a mouth loi thiee
Mrs Geoige Kadlambeskl had a woe
ful tale Her huslunu sent ovei to
Poland foi her seeial months ago,
and Joytulb she statttd foi this cuiiit
tty. When she at lived in Sctauton
she was unable to llnd hei husb.i'ul
Accompanied by two ehlldieii she Is In
destitute cltcumstances. She will be
taken cute ot while effoits aie being
made to find hot evasive spouse. Nu
meious otlier applicants weie heaul by
Aftet the leading of communications
to the boatd, a motion was passed au
thoilzlng the clialunnn to appoint a
committee- to take action In tegatd to
secutlng legislation at Hanisburg for
an addition to the Insane buildings at
the Hillside home.
Dr. Paine, Mr. Muiphy, Cletk of the
Boutd Ljnott and Mr. Teippe were
constituted the committee. The ac
commodations of the Insane waid at
the Hillside faim are heavily taxed,
and the need of additional loom Is
WARREN & KNAPP GET IT.
Opting Drook It ml way Knocked
Down Vestcrtluy ut 110,000.
The bidding for tlio Sptlng Ptook
Railway company was teopened yestei -day
moinlng at the shetlff s sale In the
aiblttation tooin ot the court house.
The wulous blddeis who weie after the
piopeit foi speculative put poses
diopped o". when It was seen that
Wanen & Knupp'.s clients weie detei
mlned to have it and the piopetty was
knocked down to Judge Knapp at $10',
000. The old lion In the toad, It Is said,
is alone wot tit $11,000.
Other ptopettles weie disposed of as
Piopeity of Aiamlnta Safloid In the city
or Scianton, to C. S. Woodiulf for 'll,
Piopeity of Heniy .Mead In Dalton bor
ough to A. D. Dean, foi $33.
Seven pieces of piopeity of C. L. ikll
In Jermyn, as follows: Luther Keller,
$1,705; J. L. Ciawford, $3,400; J. L. Craw
ford, $1,200, Luther Keller, $500, Luther
Keller, $1,000, C. D. Winter, $4,755; S. C.
Piopeity of Betty Goodman, In Old
Toibo township, to G. M. Smith, tor $17.
Propel ty of George Sabanas, In Fell
township, to Watious, attorney for $48
Propel ty of Anthon Lynch and Maty
Ljtich, In the Twentieth waid, Sciunton,
to P. W Stokes, for $GS.
Propel ty of B. F. Battel Hold In Lhn
huist, to C. II. Welles, for $02.
Piopertj of George D. Blown In Thir
teenth watd, Scianton, to C. 11. Welles
Piopeity of Albert Battel man In bor
ough of Duntnore, to V. J, Tiaeey foi $111.
Property of Gu A. Itoblnson, lu Boating
biook township, to A. T. Searle, for
Piopeity of Joseph Glencross In boi
ough of Duntnore to II. C Bejnolds, lor
Propel ty of Harriet Is' Biumlage In
township to Scott to W. S. Dlehl. fot
HOPES IT WON'T BE APPEALED.
HcgiHtcr of Wtll)j Hopkins' I'cc ot
t$U,V!17.17 Jiangs in the llnliincc.
Attorney Atnertnan declined to dis
cuss the opinion of Judge Atehhald In
the Ilandlej estate upptalbetnent caso
yesteiday or to Intimate whether or
not thete Is any likelihood of the City
of Winchester or the executois taking
an nppcal from Judge Atchhald's Had
ing, It was the general opinion how
over about the coutt house that no ap
peal will be taken. Judge Aiehbald's
lludlng cuts the appialhctnent fiom
$1,371,0G9.'J1 to JSWJ.SCU.LM, Which 1 educes
the tax $'J3,3'J0. It Is nrgued that the
exeeutoiH will be satisfied with this
rather than ntn the cnauce of having
the supreme coutt fix the appialseineiit
at the oilulnal (Ikuio, which Is Just ns
liable to happen as nn tiling elfeu If It
should Jlstutb Judge Aiehbald's ileciee
Theiu Is one man about the court
house who Mlnceielv hopes that no ap
peal will be taken. That man Is liesls
ter of Wills Hopkins. He gets ft per
cent, of the la oi $J,J17.1" If It Is paid
duiliiK his tuiin of olllce. If the case
Is nppcalod It can not until 1SSIS and his
teim explies bcfoie the oomt sits.
PRISONER'S THUMB CRUSHED.
Amputation Followed an Accident nt
Iho Central Police Station.
A leslstlnff pilsonei's thumb was ac
cidentally caught In the cinck of the
Iron door to one of the cells at the cen
tial police station yesteiday afteinooh
and was mashed so badly that an am
putation nt the llrst Joint was nece?
saty. He gave the name of Hlntou and
said he was fiom Stioudsbutg
lllnton was dtunk and In dnnger of
being inn over nt the Delawaie, Lack
awanna and Western station when oi
tested by Special Olllcer Williams, who
dellveied him to 1'atiolinnii Kutlus on
Lackawanna aenuc. Help was need
ed to get him to the station hoube and
l'atiolmun Block came to Kutlus' as
sistance. lllnton teslsted the two olllceis when
they put him In the cell. It was only
M$r huS6cn was it
cujrf,atii aha f)ro"iiCtf
after laboied effort that thev could
push him thtough the naitow dooiwny
Wlitn Inside he wheeled about with
the evident Intention of numbing hi
way out The heavy lion-bailed door
wus slammed "hut, the action being ac
companied b an exclamation of pain
ft urn the piisouer
On opening the doot It was found that
Hlnton's left thumb had lusted on the
linage between the hinged side of the
door and the lion .sill. The gieat lever
age had cut the member so seeiely
that It hung bj a slued at u point neat
the base ot the null. Hlnton was taken
to the Lacknwunnu hospital and an
uinpututlon was peifoimed at the Joint
He submitted to the opei.ition with as
little concet ii as though he weie hav
ing his nails manulcuied
When scat cited at the police station a
check for $50, diawn by a Scianton
flim in lav or of "Anna O Stelej," and
so endoised, was tound In Hlnton's
pocketbook, along with a sum of
monej His appeal mice indicates that
he might be a iLspectable mechanic
His case will be heaid In this morn
ing's police couit.
MULARKEY ARRESTED AGAIN.
He Is Cliatgcil with Having Robbed
Patilck Mulatkey is a young man
whosu piojiensitles have sevet.il times
landed hlin lu jail. He Is a sllppety
youth of about 2J yeais and bus madj
himself known to the police by a seiies
Wednesday afternoon at about 3.30
o'clock Mulaikey was opeiatlng in n
saloon on Luckuwnnna avenue. His
victim was John Stanton who appeared
at police headquoitets yetteiday aftet -noon,
alleging that Mulatkey had
tobbed him of petboual effects and
money aggiegatlng $75 value.
Pattolmun Molr tepalred to the White
house on Penn avenue and theie found
Mulaikey and placed him under attest
He will be given a heating this morn
ing The complainant saw the ptlKon
er weatlng a pult of eat laps which
at c Stanton's pi opei t j . When the pi Is
oncr teached the station house he was
searched with but little success. Tsvo
bootblacks bavv the theft committed
but as their names and addi esses weie
not taken the police have been unable
to find the boys.
Mulaikey has been attested several
times but he has alwajs beta al)lt to
Voiy Special ltui'iiins.
Wo ofter today ten liluces All Wool
Tiluots (blown only), 54 Indies wide,
ut 39 cents a yard, fanner in lee $1.00.
Wc lanndty stlif collars with
button holes Ciystal Laundiy,
Yqil can save money by buying specta
cles of Sllverstone, tho eye specialist, ut
303 Lackawanna avenue, onely one lllsht
over the LehlKh Valley ticket ofh'-e. The
following prices will Batlsfy you t - 'hey
are the cheapest In the city; Solid gid
rimmed spoctacles at $3 60 per pair; Ullel
botts at J2; nlckle bows from SOo. to $1,50;
aluminum bows from 75c. to $2 00; colored
glasses from 23e. to $1.25. We have a large
lino of reading glasses, the best In th
market, at 23c. per pair. Opera and mag
nifying glasses at reduced prices. Of
fice hours, 8 a. m. to12t. ; 1 to 0 p. m.
Remember that your eyes will be exam.
Ined freo and satisfaction Is guaranteed.
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RALLY OF BAPTIST
Held in the Welsh Baptist Church on
West Market Street.
PINE BANNER WAS PRESENTED
It Went to the Socictj of tlio Church
lu Which the .lleetiiig Took Place.
J. .11. i:dwanln .llndu tlio Presenta
tion Speech--Those H ho .Hade Ad
dresses -- Delegates Were Enter
tained After the .Hooting.
A rally of Baptist Young People's so
cieties was held yesteiday afteinoou
and evening In the Welsh it.itnlut
chut clt on West Market stteet. Dele
gates ft out neaily evcty socletj lu the
noitheastein pat t of the stute weie
The afternoon session commenced at
3 o'clock and was pieslded ovei by
John Twining, piesldent of the Noit'h
Knd society. Nothing ot liupoi tance
was ttansacted duilng this session.
The evening session, which com
menced at 7 o'clock, was pieslded over
b the Rev. W. F. Dav les, ot the Notth
Dud. Repiesontntlves weie piesent
it om Plymouth, Nantlcoke, South
Wllkes-Maire, Patsons, Plttston, Tny
loi, Hyde Paik, Ol.v pliant and other
places. Addt esses weie dellveied by
the lollowlng pastots: Revs. J. M.
Llo.vd, Taylor; W. D. Thomas, Pitts
tin.J T Lloyd, Wilkes-Banc, Chut lea
June- Nantlcoke; N. H. Jones, Par-
itft. W. H Jones, Hyde Paik; J. M.
Ldwuid , piesldent of the united so
cliths I lolessor J. R. Hughes, lljdu
link. W. N'. Hvuns. Plymouth, Will
iam Roberts. Wilkes-Dune, D. B. Gtlf
11 tli". ol the Not tit Dnd, II O. Thomas,
Wllloi-liaite, Miss Lauia Howells.
Ptiibons, Miss Christina Maitln, Pltts
ton, also dellveied addt esses.
The leatute ot the evening session
was the pies-entution ot a silk banner to
the socle t connected with the Welsh
Baptlbt chut ill, ot the Noi Hi Dud. The
pie. enti.tlcn spued! u.is made by J. M.
Lih.atiL', 1 Hjde Puik, John Twining
ittudu the l-spurae In a betlttlng speech.
Kolloulng tht pte elitatlon a shoit pto
gt.itnnie was mulcted. Recitations
weie given l Allies Coia Robei ts, of
the Ninth Lnd i:il.,ibeth Jones, Hyde
Paik; Com Dil winds, Wllkes-Uaite,
and ulwen Jones. Nantlcoke. Sidos
weie s-utir bv Miss Jenkins, Wllkes
Duiie, Julin Dvaiu, C'.wvl.vm Ddwaids
and Allitd DiivN, .ol this place. Geo.
Davis, and Miss Maty A. Davis acted us
choi Istcr and iiganist tespectlvely. Af
ter Hie evenli'i' session the delegates
lepalied to tlu pallets of the chuich,
whete tin: weie leiuleied a teceptlon
by the soclet.v of the Ninth Dnd. Re
tt eshments weie seived and an enjoy
able time spent.
MICHAEL RYAN INJURED.
Ho Was a Minn anil Winked in the
Michael, R; nn, a miner, who lesides
at Ta:loi, was seilously Injuied yes
tei da of til noon In the Atchbald mine.
A poition of the tool of the mine be
came detached over the spot whete he
was woiklntr. The mass of eat th and
stones fell upun Ryan and ctushed him
badly His lett leg Was frightfully
btutscd He was taken to the Moses
The plijslclans have little hope that
he will suivlve his lnjuiies.
And Great Music at the Wilkos-Uarrc
Pros Clali Hall.
A huge delegation of Scrantonlans
If you have any Dontal Work you want dono
you will bavo money by seeing mo boforo go
ing elaowliere. When I say I am insetting
GOLD AND SILVER FILLINGS
Guaranteod to save tlio teeth from futthcr
decay, I mean It. lam doing the very brat
dontal work at lowor prices tliau others and
can pi ovo it by calling at my oftico. Exami
nation costs you nothing. If you want a gold
ct on 11 or
TEETH WITHOUT A PLATE
Cullod Crown and Bridge Work. Itomembor,
I mako only 0110 grado tlio very best "JK.
gold and yood weight and tlia prico Is right.
316 Sprnce Street,
Next Door to Hotel Jermn.
AT HALF PRICE. AT HALF PRICE. I
REMNANTS PIT ..ii
P. C riuslin,
will attend the annual ball of the
Wllkes-Hatio I'less club , at the Ninth
teglment attuoiy, Wllkes-Uaiie, on
Wednesday nest. A special ttaln has
been piovlded on which they can te
tuin home after the ball. Hvetythlng
has been ariantrcd for their comfot t.
The music by Uauei's band, of this city,
and Alexanders of Wllkes-H.it te, will
be supetb, In both the conceit and
Decotntor Kuhunan, of this city, has
a luice cot ps of dccoiatois at woik
and the aimoiy will bo tinnsfoitmd.
No Imitations have been Issued to
Scranhmlans, but tickets can be hud
on implication to Mr. T. J. Walker, with
lteese & Long, 312 Linden stteet.
"BILLY" FERGUSON DEAD.
.Scranton Tpo Aspltlutcd in a New
Vork City Hotel.
"Billy" Fetguson, secietnry of Hie
"lllg six" Tpogiuphlcal union, of New
Yolk city, and once a Scianton typo,
was asphyxiated by gas lu a New Yolk
hotel Wednesduj night. He left hoie
lu lbSl and has been In New Yoik i Ity
ever since w 1th tit" exception of a shoit
piplmi about nine je.trs ugo.
Suffocated with Fetguson v.np a man
untiled Jumes MiKeiina, ot lliuoklyu.
Two sas jets vete found open and a
thlid was lighted. Feiguson's wile le
cently Itegnu a suit for dlvotce. l.d
VMiul retguson, a biothei, who l;peps a
saloon at One Hundred and Twinty
llfth stieet and Seventh avenue, took
charge ot the bodj.
COLLEGE OP C0MA1ERCE NOTES.
Between thlity and foity new stu
dents have leglsteied and will cntet
The new system of teaching bookkeep
ing makes the student enthusiastic,
gives lit til a moic puctk.ll idea of' how
such woik Is uetuallv done than any
other system and saves mouths of the
Special tales lu oilr evening classes.
Visit our looms, cot net of Lackawan
na and Peiin avenues. Finest In Amei
lea. Classes lu elocution and delsaite will
be lot tiled veiy soon.
Olhie open today and this evening.
Why not examine our new, up-to-date
budgit sjstem and tepoits. Call and
we will explain.
To Cure a Cold in Otto Dny.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
ftxils to cure. 25 cents.
GALLAGIILR-In Noith Scranton, Pa,
Jan 14, 1697, William Qallughei, the
l-ear-and-j-months-old son of Mr and
.mis. i'airiLii uaiiugnei i uneiui baiui- 1
da at -' p 111 fiom bis patents residence
on I'diker stleet.
0iIAI.LI2Y In Scranton, l'a., .Inn 1".
U'J7, Owen O'.Mallev, at his home, 922
South Washington avenue. Kuneial an-
nouneciueut will he made latei.
Two hundred aud sixty-eight lamps are to be sold at a
loss. The new year found us with one hundred more
lamps than shades. Our buj'er bought the sample and
left-over stock of a large New York shade manufacturer,
August Findeville & Co., West Broadway and Park Place.
True, some of the shades are soiled. That is why we got
them for less than the silk in them cost. Now stock
taking time is coming. More lamps than we want.
So away they go. Prices insignificant ; waut a lamp ?
$35 lamp and hhade, $21.
S28 lamp and shade, ti6.
$23 lamp and shade, 'I2.
$18 lairip and shade, $10.
$ 1 5 lamp and globe, $8.
39 lamp and globe, 5.30.
ODDS AND ENDS.
$1.00 H. & 5. Corsets at 59 Cents
$1.00 C. C. Corsets at 59 Cents
This will be a genuine Clearing-Up-Sale
of broken assortments.
T 15 ABOUT TIHE
this adv. was changed.
Fact is we have been so
busy with inventory
and customers we have
not had time. We will
soon be in shape to have
When you can get bar
gains if you want them.
Odd pieces of Decorated
in facts odds of all kinds,
that will accumulate in
a store where a large
stock is carried. Will
give date later.
MILLAR & PECK,
m Wyoming Avenue.
Walk in and look around.
School of Music, 520 Spruce St
Mrs. Katharine Thiele,
Voice Training, Solo Siugmg.
Violin, l'u 10, 'Cello ensemble. Both
teachers at . Icbrnted Schurwcnka
Conscrvatoty, New York. Also other
competent teachers engaged. Mr. Thiele
is the successor to the late
Why lot our home and business bo destroy.
I td throuiilntroni; drink or morphine when
rou can bs cured tn tour woeics at tno j&Miey
Inotltuto, 71U .vindl3on avanuo Hcranton, f ,
The Cur Will Bear lcvttgatlon.
. NIGAT LAMPS,
$5 lamp and shade, 3.
Si lamp and shade, 59c.
Perlupb twenty-five have also
had to toe the mark and have
prU.es clipped S3. 35 tqSiG.
303 Lackawanna Avenue
El H fin om moB
400-402 Lackawanna Ave,,
Opp, Wyoming House.
JACKDTS, CAPP.S. SLl'AUATH SKIUTi)
AND TIH.M.MLD HATS, and In older la
dispose of them In time nut to entry them
over, wo will not wait until March, a
others do befoie they teully i educe thell
pikes to au extent.
We have nlieittly put the knlfo Into ou
IuIcps and cut them right Into half.
Not u single garment can you llnd In out
liniHlsoine, cheerful ntul well lighted stor
that does not eome up to the full stiind.
aid In teKnid to STYLE and QUALITY.
Out stoic Is lighted not by gas, oi anj
other light that makes your garment looij
one wh In the stoio and another vvliu
i..u.Jr.et "ome. Our stole Is lighted bj
PM'NTY L DAY LIGHT and vvltll
We handle NO TRASH, If you vvnnl
trash, tlien go elsewhtro and you'll nnJ
plenty of It thete We handle PINI3 goouj
'ii. ." wuuiu noi Keep in our slot
anything th.it Is not FINL IN QUALIT
and UP-TO-DATH In atv le, even If w
could never sell u gurment.
Is Our Hotto.
It Is onlv six weeks slnco wo hav
opened out store, and we can confident)!
say that wo have, dining that time, mudl
more fi lends than all other cloak store!
during so inanj yeais.
Goods Cheernillj Exchanged,
rcrii'ct Tit Guaranteed.
No Extra Charge.
You save from 2" to r,0 cents on tho dol.
lar as to price by buying your Cloaks and
Tiimmed Hats of us besides being suri
that ou aie getting good goods of thi
latest stjlo and best woikinaushlp.
400.402 LACKA, AVE,,
OPP. WYOMING MOUSn.
Cor. Lackawanna and Wyoming Avca
To Be Found
In the City.
And About Half Tailor Prices.
416 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
ONE MORE OPPORTUNITY.
5c Good Drown .Muslin for !5;
7c Atlantic A short lcn;;tlis for 5c
7c Jonoh illc, vcrv huuy, for 5c
7c lludlcy, very line for .... 5Jc
1 1c Best "l.ockwood, 5-1- P.C. muslin for Sc
13c Host Lockvood,J.'I,lC. .Mu.slin for 10c
Kic Dest Lockwood S-4, Sheeting Mils
lin for . 12c
ISc Best Lockwood, I). 'I, blieetin Mus
lin for ... .14c
Lock wood, 10.4,Slieetinn Mtts-
5c Good Apron Ginluiiu for ,
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