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THE "RNTKRPRISES; WEDNESDAY; MA 8. 1889.
Its Business Interests as
Noted by us During
a Recent Visit.
w. i., mip wavward feet toward the
.vir-i. find In charzeot UA
uopuv, nmvM - ji i
Ms clerk who haadle Im
nn..iitlM of eiDra and freight
wluch are shipped dally to and fromthl
place. The telegraph department ia
Charge of Paul Holcomb, one ot the many
reliable young men or a urange.
k. th itLtloa U P HoloomVi coal
yard. Until within a few yeart our peo
pie had to set nearly all their hard coal
irom BlyrU. At present Mr Holcomb
f ornlsh all the hard and oft coal for the
tha aatiafactlon of everybody.
Right near by U Parsons Golfs cheese
..a hr denot. The firm owni two
fUlt sa-w- . - II
factories, also buy. sell and ship large
mntitiM of cheese and butter to distant
Hiram Elliott also boy, sells and ships
Urge quantities of butter ana cheese.
Th. -ha factory In the Tillage is un
Am tk Immediate control ef A Man-
UOl auv im'
a .Knrt dit;int west of the depot we
find one of best flouring mills in Northern
Ohio. The mill can anaaoi mucnui
.,.ii..,. turn nut 100 barrels a day. The
nt nnivujwd In this section al
most entirely to the eicluslou of all otber
i.i.tl. shinned to Cleveland. Columbus,
and other oolnt. The mill Is now in the
hnnri.nl Pattls & Andrus.
Near by is the extensive lumber yard,
known for utiles around, of W H Uott.
Tens of thou.aod leet f all tlud of luni
ber are yearly sold.
Further to the south is the large planing
mill of A W Benjchoten. Mr B employe
MTeral bauds and always docs satisfactory
Now we will return to town, calliosat
the drug atores kept by Dri M W In galls
and ON Snyder. Both store are in the
hands of practicing physicians. Dr In
galls has cot only a lare practice In town,
but has a large ride In neighboring towns.
Dr Snyder has not only a large ride but Is
om of the most skillful of surgeons. Fur
thermore, it can be said to the credit of
both gentlemen, that not one drop of liquor
can be obtained at either place except for
strictly legitimate purpose. .
The furniture line is well represented
by A E Butler retail, and Geo Trenchard
wholesale. Mr Butler hut large, com-
iKoriiaua and well stocked store In his
Wnrk the old New Entland. Everything
u r tha hnt and the onces rock bottom.
Ueis also engaged in the undertaking
Oi South Main w And Geo Trenchard,
always busy, engaged in the wholesale up
holstering business; shippioghis goods
to several different points. George is a
skillful workman, which accounts for his
foods always being in good demand.
It is nearly noon, as as we are rather
hungry we call at lb hotel In charge of
Mrs Curtice, whert we can get a good
square me si for a reasonable price.
On North Main street Mrs Holcomb
keeps a goodabordlng house tor laboring
We may o further north and enjoy a
quiet time at Mm Wm Butler's private
Near by is Mr Butler's saw mill, at
which a good business is done every year.
Mr Butler is an old msa, bating been in
ina man vaara. but he is still able to
attend to his business.
On West street 1 X. Curtice has a large
steam saw mill, cheese box factory, and
elder mill combined.
. If one's booU or shoes nred repair call
cpon Silas Stroup who has been peg-
tint away ia town for thirty-five years.
Work well and nesllvdooeen ahort no
Charles Curtice is another excellent
young business man. He is engaged in
the harness business. A first-class stock
of goods Is always on hand. All kinds
of harness made to order and repairing
done on tha Jdut of the moment
Any person desiring a good substantial
wason or any catting will find' a cheerful
and skilled workman In the person of
Frank Betmerat his wagon shop and
foundry Dear the depot.
Two other place of interest must not
be omitted. P H Merriam ft Son have one
of the best hardware and Un stores ia Lo
rain county. All kinds of hardware, tla
ware, crockery, and all necessary agrlcul
tural ilmnlements at low price and la
We will close our article with a brief
otlos of Alonro Ryan' carriage and wa
gon shop. Mr Ryan thlrtjr-flve years ago
began with nothing, now be has asoug
competency. There is so much to do la
the different departments that there is
little chance for rest Carriage and wa
gons not only mad to order but ha always
ha oo hand a large stock. Workmen art
alsekeDt busy at horseshoeing and re
pairing. Nona but person who are thor
oughly skilled ia their trade are employed
Notes from Other Towns
a i.HrAwi' linru Wits frlchtcned by
HU1 tkUUtvn- a
wr.rii.ta near the depot on Tuesday
and became unmansgeable, throwing the
t nf the wagon, nu
-sht shoulder was consiaerauiy m u
a . . .. I. ,na
.The Btandara UU UJmpauj w
a In KnIMtnir an Oil DIP line
epK K o .
4i.....,-i. tha northern cart of Medina to,
This U a line to pipe fuel oU from Western
Ohio to Beaver, Pa. passes uirougu
o.n..n. Wnrwalk. Grafton to Manlua on
0C1IO.UV, ' ...
the Nypano, where it intersect with the
existing pipe line irom mo i.uuaj"---
a.a. . rt.wland UU DU Deen vrui.
UeiUBJ A Vv - - - - -
. th. ,m well and all indication point
. J-a M..-a T kyfl
a a an AUIinOAD& UVW. . -
reached a depth of 1800 feat. -Mr. Lydia
. ,.iut km in divoica in
Common Flea Monday from Samuel
nu Th.ilacree was erantea lor negiw-i
and willful absence. The parties to me
nit were formerly resident ol Henry
.,.. Davis has been living
cvuuy, . -
ith friends in Brunswica towuauiy
the last three years. The piamim
also given the custody of a minor child,
and 11,000 alimony. . . .L. R. Armstrong.
-s UAHtllA haft tAITlA AinerleDce with
U iflUUITItiV, ua-M
onvarnmAnt aharuers at Cincinnati re
cently thai he will not sow forget. About
six weeks ato be too-aown -tobacco
that he had raised on his farm,
thinking that he would receive better
prices. He failed to sell ai once .m
i u I- . nnmmUalon house to sell.
lu ieoc - , .
T..-,-n,niheU.8. Inspector stepped in
A UVI -
aud charged Him afeeot fl lor insi-
. ri.. iirain a ""
11UU . . i . .
OPENED TO THE WORLD.
loancnral OaraaaoalM of tha - Interna-
tlaual Expoaitloa at raria. .
Pikih. Miur 7. The French Exnosltlon
was oponod Momlay afternoon by Prosldcut
Caroot Large crowds were preeent ana
the scene was a very brilliant one. Presl
dnnt Carnot was acoomDanied by the presi
dents of the Senate and Chamber of Depu
ties and by. his Cabinet, xne procession,
escorted by a squadron of cavalry, left tbe
palace of the Blyaee at 1 :80 p. m. and Its ar
rival at the central dome oi tae Kxmoiuon
building was announced by a aalnte from
the artillery. President Carnot ascended a
dais erected under the dome and took his
place surrounded by his Minister, Honators
and member or the unamoor oi uepuues.
Premier Tlrard delivered an address ot
welcome to all present He declared that
the magnitude Ot tne ttxniDiuon exceeaeu
tbe expectations of the government. In
mn.in.L tha PMmlnpfixbinded a vreetloff
to all strangers and said Republican Franc
would show nersell nospiuoie ana jwp
ous; treating them not a rivals, inspiring
Jealousy, but as fellow-workers laboring for
the happiness of humanity.
President Carnot loliowea minister n-
rard. In his remarks he referred to the
m.nilanntjihlo irnn( Frannft- which had
arisen from the most severe trial to fresh
Industrial triumphs." After the Exnim
tlon was opened the President and his party
inspected tne various ueparmmnta.
CAUSED BY AN INCENDIARY.
Onaaf tha rtnas l'apr MltU' la Kew
Tarfc Bat oa nrasyta nmicnm.mow
UmA Tkaa ftm la laaaaa.
w V Ma T fi.Vir'Jt after
one o'clock Monday morning nre was oia
rnvTA In fmiv AlffnrAnt DlA4-fa 111 (he On
tarlo paper mill, one ot the largest mills In
Northern Hew YOrlc, out owing to ui rx
oellont appliances for extinguishing fires in
thn mill waa not doitroved.
James Warden, the watohman, Is suspected
nf hovlnir kltwll.l thn Area aa ha woa the
iln ue i- building with the oxoeDUon
Inir bus at last declared a 8 per cent, dm- of iiroman. The fires were act In va-
'"S - . .1 th.Ll .. 4W. Iwul.lna In a
dend. It is the flrst in me nisiory . ... n..u. ,, , ....uS, w-.-.. -
ro.d. althouEh several oivi.ienu. ... . nrM . - ffrnniT
haye been declared to nflmt permanent Ag goou M (h0 nrm wep8 BtarU.j wanUn
Imiiiovtmeuts made along the line oi w. ran to a house r.cnr oy amiaraKifeaawomau
Tha stuck amount to j,uw,vw
t ...... tha orlirina bonauoiatrs.
. .4 I . & I . t ..11
t. i. ... . - Muiir sTRiterea out i u '"
IV . " .uwV
....i i. H.luU Chamberlain. W. e
u... ,..- tl.A Htnne trsiate. and the 1-Uke
L7it;.w. , " '
m.....R.iiav Comnanv....C.C. lnman
uuiuo a -
..r unsif avtin wm removed from tbe
Ul Upui " - ,
postal service trnmedlstely alter tbe elec
u. . ftl h the Cleveland administra-
.i nn n,.i nn itlcal reasons, nas
huu f "-y v . ,
,in-t-H Ha was oneol tue owt ci
In the setvice. and a flagrant wrong has
lnu-n thn ti.iMi tf.Htnflr her to come out and
look at tho- hlc Are. He then vont Inside
thn mill and nrm to brmlt windows.
though bv thut time the Area wre unaer
pnntml. Ha was stomped bv cltlien. It is
not yet known whothor he was drunk or
crazv. He ia now under arrest Tno mm
was onlv reoentlv comwetcil at aCMtof
THE HEIR TO A BIG FORTUNE
Dies In a Haltlaaor Hoasltml Vadar Dla-
Md.. Mav 7. A man named
Andrew Mitchell died at the Marin Hos-
iBuremTiw ---- - plulBunday. Bfffore hs died he stated to
been righted by his reappoint...... F,thetB,rU(
Tn. Wn.rd of Director oi tue meuiua
r....ni- a irripiiltural Society held a meel-
w-.-v -o ..... . ,
... . . .v.. nn h.H in me tuikks
liss Blown would be a charming girl,'
II, be bad a good complexion and those
But thev spoil bet looks completely.
fi - .vuiM in1v tksl
Dr. llerce' Gniden Medical Discovery,
what a change twould make,
t. m HriM nnt all humor from ner
. nwM.M -
And the blemlshc complained of dlsap-
pear, be very sure.
This medicine Is the great par Her of Ihe
hl.irf k.d ill.nvurinff irumi".w
blotches will soon vanish when it is uu-d
Th. martin R.nk IVimlUIV DUt t0 S
new slsa on Wednelay....Prolessor 6
P. Wright wiU deliver a lecture next
Wednaadav evening. May 8. at the First
M. & church, for the benefit of the Young
f .adW noma Missionary Society. Subject :
Egypt. Palestine and BlnaU" iiiunraiea
wlik new stenooticaa views The
Caloa Schools were closed on Tuesday,
and recitations were suspended in tbe
Rollaira . .The May term of the Court of
iVmmn Plaaa ot Lorain county, will
onenMendaV. May I.... The star and
stripes floated from the flsg ataff at the
cornor of the square on Tuesday, and
several boslnea plaoe were decorated In
honor of the dar. The stores were neanj
all closed Suing the day Aa old
hatchet and cherry limb as mementoes
ol tha Immortal George, were hung out in
front of Munson's store, on Tuesday, along
wiih tha old Democratic flag which am
service a third of a century ag. The
same eld lie that George did not tell was
probably around somewhere Hews
COasCMPTIO!! SCBELI CURED.
ta n.wiBW1u Inform vnur read
trs that I hare a positive remedy for the above
named disease. By Its timely us thouaaodsot
noseless caei nave aaea permaarnuj cunm.
I shall be (lad to send two battles of my reme
dy rasa to any of your readers who have eon
sumption It they will send m their express
and pwt ellles address. Ifspectfulty,
t. ASLWUM. M C .131 l H..Kwyori
ark. CkUf BtaaaMS for the great SUfr.
ees oi Hood's BanaparUU U tonnd In th
article Itself. It Is mem mat wins, anwi
.... nui'i furanarilla aotnallr ae
eompUshef what Is claimed for It, Is what
has given to this meaieu a pwpiuai.v
al greater than that of any other sarsapa.
Merit WinS nerbetorethtpublUi.
Hood's BsrsaparUl cures Borofula, Sal
Rheum and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Bloat
Headache, Biliousness, overcome That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, trength
ens the Nerves, builds up th Whole System.
Hood wraaawrUla ll sold by all drug
lists, eisslxloras. Prepared by 0. 1. Hood
fc Co., apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
Notice ot Appointment.
Estate ot Milo Wadsworth. deceased.
k.a kMn nnnnlnted and
mini.ti-ntor nt the estate of
liiin WaJvtbrth. lateol Lorain couaty.onlo,
r n ttoks?ON.
Dated tilts lt d:iy of May. A. D. 1W,
AMI V DDI I DTl 0 IT ATM TO
HERE THIS YEAR.
fflLABIiED, HFBOTED AMI QUADBUFLE Ho FOBMEB ffl!
;w,m n ew fcitiiiibijiiiijm mvBTmuw dim Ecnsti
S. F. BLACK,
finntractor and Builder,
Plana nnd patimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by-
mail promptly attended to. 40-ly
Pratt & Herrick,
mmi feed .n rirQua iwi
Free delivery to any part ot the corpor
atlon . Railroad street, Wellington, U.
A Oreat BatUe.
Ia continually going on la th human
system. The dssaon of impure blood
riHM ttl Mia wifltmrn ft.f Iha MfutKn.
tioo, to ruin health, to drag rlctlm to tie
A - ' ll-t-l- J .1 til..
rrrnvw. A itwaj iwuawe msuiciae uae
Uood't Baisapartll is tha weapoa with
wlik which to defend ftoa'a self, drive the
deeperate enemy from the field, and re.
store peace and bodily healta for many
yesrs. irj uui pectiiar meaicine.
Mm cimVlna TMrl von Mra Hmlthers
know that Hall Btrsnahan, of Litchfield
were furnishing the best meat mat was
ever brought to this place. I lust purchased
some of their choice round steak anc it
beats Chicago beef all to piece.
Mrs Bmithers No, indeed, I wm not
vara (hat anvona was furnishing beef In
town excent our regular dealer. I will
loot out ior town.
Mm HimWlna Va Hn the will ha here
HI. U.UI.IM. ...-y .....
every Tuesday and Saturday rain or shine.
I have bad charge of the culinary deptrt-
ment in my nnus ever eince t was mar
ried and I And tbe LI t:h field beet I eoual
to anything I ever had, even in the day
when cattle were fatted from pure corn
Father Bartlett, who attended him, that he
lived In Hew Haven, uonn., ana wai nis
life had been one of trouble and vicissitude.
When Father Bartlettsujrgwtea to him that
haahnnM nnmiminionta with ralatlvea In
New Haven, Mih'hell sakl that they did not
want to have anything to do with him.
r'nmmiinii-atiim with Hew uavon ur reie-
graph revealed to Father Bartlett that the
man was heir to a lam fortune oomlnjfrom
an uncle reosntly deoeasnd. The authorities
were about to oury Hiu-heii in tne pollers
fllil. hut the fraternltv ot Bt Vlnivnt Do
Paul Interfered and gave him 'CbrUtlsa
buna! yesterday '
Daallaad a Poataaiatanhlp.
n Mav 7 . Vvn.n Wnnd.
M VV w. v, ' .
who was tendered the Toungstown post-
OfUce, positively aecunea vav appoioinioiit,
the Pltutburgh ft Lske Erie Railroad Com-
nur. nf whluh he Is general Irelaht agenL
having advanced his salary. The rumor is
now that Harry taivm, u. a. Anarew s ;
eoufldential seuretary, will be given the ap
pointment. ), '
Frail IMaaaWad 4T froat.
Hihkth.ij. O.. Ifhr t. Berrv-erowers
retiort that the recent heavy frost greatly
damaged the strawberry crop. The Sharp-
lea and other early varetim, wnicn wore
in bhiom, suffered most aud will probably
not reai'h half oroo. Aoptea. peaches and
cherries wvre also badly nipped.
Kat a Caadldata far Uaataaaal Oearar.
YotXorrowii, O , May 7. Albert J. Wolf,
leading member of the bar here and promi
nently mentioned for Lieutenant Governor
on the Democratic uolcet, announces mat n
huHaniAiifl nnt tJi mtA tha hut will
warmly support James K. Campbell for the
Baag BlauaU la a Ban.
Pimtmi W W W " T lAArtni T
BUllaer, superintendent of Mt Hope Ome-
icry ior ue us eigni years, nung mm-
elf In his barn Monday morning. It is
fthrmirht that dnmMtta natlAra -miuul tha
despondency which led to the act.
Nlhlllat aa Trial for Hla Ufa.
tAiniAX IT avT dtanath frnm lf..KyvMW
says that the trial of OrloS, the agent of the
secret poiiee, wnoas lew ween ago snot aoa
killed Frsuleln Belsenl, a well known prima
donna of tbe Deutohea Theatre at Prague.
opened Monday. The crime was a most sen-
aatkmal one. the Vic am nelnv shot down on
the stage at renearsai oi "mt w ainure" at
th flrfiaMM. Thnalpa ftmrmiirn Ml tha
motive for the crime, both the singer and
a .IjwwAnJtel htiahanll hvln Anitnn thm
arrest of aeveral of Orloff's friends on th
charge ot Doing connected witn in nihilist
Naw Ballroad ta raget aaa4,
Pibbrb, Dak., May 7. A corps of survey
or will leave here May ID to make pre
ilmlnary survey of a line of road from
Pierre to Puget Bound. The Illinois Oentnal
la hof.lrln t.hA arhnmM. Tha Una will wn
through the newly opened Blonx reserva
tion, tno is lack uuis, Wyoming, th Yel
lowstone National Park, Idaho and Oregon,
hAnrl nnrth Ia Puffnt Hfinad. R annnrina.
this line the Illinois Central will hav a di
rect road from ruget tsouna to Chicago and
will secure the bulk of the cattle trad of
V yarning ana iaaoui.
We kave now on hand a fresh
ami w intend to sell the same
at the lowest Caah Price.
We also pay the highest
market price for
Butter and Eggs.
Choice Teas and Coffees a specialty
Corner Liberty and Mill street,
The trade is gradually
All grocers handle the Victor Mara
Coffee, because it ta th best and cheapest
Coffee in the market.
"That tbe Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance company Is the best company in
exls'eace." R. N. Goodwin, Agent.
Victor Mar Coffee brings happiness to
every family that use It. Try it. Hand
tome card wlrh each package.
Th foUowtng 1 a list of aaclalmed Utters ra.
aialalng la th postoMc at Wellington, vnie
Mraiara Balle. J.A.Manchester.
Person calling for the abov pleas say
li. C. Isaa. P. at.
nlfilda mt m TraTaUaa? Aalaamaa.
tr..Mama Init . Ha R T WlllUma
a AmimmM VfirHltmrllna If ahln APAiniMnv
Akron, O., oommiUed suicide by cutting hi
throat at iron nrancn, ma., Monday morn
Ing. lis waa uinjun ynrs om ana uvea
ml Crawfordsvills. ' IhiL Williaina was
howlag good at th time. He walked to
one side end sal down, drew a knife, slane
It across nis tnroat ana jiea aimoet lnsianuy.
BaffueaUd Wllkt Caa,
Waar VnRK. Mat 7.A man wha rmria.
to red Sunday night at the Putnam House,
am aVMivfth .vt.niui aa J. Ifnu nt Phlliutal.
phia, was found dead ia hla room at noon
yesterday. The gas was escaping. H bad
been suffocated In hi sleep, but whether he
blew out the gaa or turned it on on purpose
ronuuni a mjawry.
Klaatrla Sarar Swladlar la Caara.
New Yoaa, May 7. The oaae of Howard,
(he alleged chief of theeleotrloaugar frauds,
ana jmllMt VMij.rnuv. Hrtwarai waa AOA.
fronted with en indictment oharging him
with grand larceny. He demurred to the
Indictment. The demurrer was overruled
and tut prisoner again remanded to await
urn ri i-'-i
jfd. M-.vii 4f'.:
q great Circuses
u big xuisrco
110 HUE AND FEMALE ARTISTS
. Leonora DoToqunUtk
. C nas LaBeUe.
SCOUTS, fflBIANS 3l8 COWBOYS!
The Only Zola.
1,000 HEN KORSEST
Ji.hn liowlc w.
Ash Family of l ive.
Monroe Bn i b.
$45,000 DE0YE OF UIRAFt LSI
W m Wirhv.
Tbe Four DeOgley.
Alexis Mosorva. ,
Benor Juan d'Ovledo.
ilnziiisr o"NJHtnzL :
trbary Zebra, Eaa India Atftelope, Criin-
mer Ooata, X bony-headed raiaune enov
B potted Axis Dear, Biaon ot Colorado. A ma,
loan Jaguar, Bl)er Lien of California, Btii; i. t
and Bpottea Hyanaa, I .lama or Camel ol Uve
Giant Horsa.Il Hindsl Giant Oz, 21 Haclcl
Aadea, Peruvian Alpaoa, Puma or Afriraj
Cousar, Amarioaa Bullalo, Blolh, Ono, Vj-
Kangaroo, Bat Kangaroo. Tapirs, Tawny
Lion, baetland Cow, BpotUd Tirera, BIo
Tigers, Afrioan Porouplnea, Badera. Lea-
li FLOCK OF GENUINE OSTRICHES!
Ten, Wild Cats,Wb1t and Oray Ooona. Fe
a.Waaasla, Lynx, I'eooarlea. ChimoU, A nso,
Gaaallea. Japaneaa Bwlna, Atrioao Jaokaia,
Ocelot, Humadras Baboons or Lion Blayr r-i,
Monkaya. Armadillo and Blaok MoDt-y.
HippopoUmuairafTeajOatrioha and l.i'ij
mm WXLB WEST!
. , aa. tat t nTHM ! A O A aaalt wm .
... ... . . tt nmTi v L-lr v-a Mm 1 1 k: a,ni.n mnrnmia.
Cowboya, SoouU, Eiflemen.Vaoqaeroa, Cwku-Is, Indiana, MediM
Men. Bttcka, 8rTuiw and 5papooe;, a Herd of Texaa Bteera, V. il4
Buffaloe) and MounUin Elk. fleet . tfusUnga, Wiry Indian Ponieu end
uenuine msuwiwu a6y
$300,008 Grand Free Parade
Oagei, eni ana Lairs; 13 Bepr-w jnnu 01 Vr, V-
bright Chariota, 8 Distinct Erase Bauds, Female BraM Band ct lftj
2 Steam CaUiopos, Firt and Drum Corps, Female i Opnn-air Oporn.rWI
Horaoa. 100 Ponlea, Scottish Baioipars, Steam OrRan, DrpTea ot JQ-
pnanta, mmnss, viairiuiion. pn.mii t.i.un.u.,.
can be found
Fine Dairy Bier
constantly on hand.
LlLIPUtlAM RXPREoKNTATION OF THB
0I2TIT'0'2EUS snsTiswaTD ponies go
Drlvam y Ckildram Jooklaa and ClmrieUara.
I 2 and 4 horse Chariot Rice.
Standing Races. -Fist
Race. Jockey Kate
Wrestling and Boxing Bouts
Elephant and Camel Races.
Ostrich and Buffalo Races.
Mnle and Donkey Race.
VI an against race horse.
f!trhin Oreased Pis.
Throwing heavj weights.
nreswiDK auu iauwj . " - n
Will also exhibit at Shelby, Wednesday, May 22.
onTmobe slash iiiTrices, :
Can be purchased at ex
tremely low prices and
delivered free ol charge
within the corporation
I will now offer my entire stock of Clothing
for fifty cents on the dollar. No better opportun
ity to make money in the United States than to
purchase my stock at that enormous reduction-
Wellington, O., May 8, 1889.
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atanoi bv nwa . r.,..-.
i ' . . aa aau.awaaa S TW Wlmi tm MMlun. mW cmisjur mm
mi mms cuarwi. w"
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