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RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL.
' Texas ha the frnntt school fund
ol any State in the Union.
The Swedish Church has recently
adopted the Kevised Version of tho
The School law is to be enforced in
urh a manner in (Jridley, Cal., as to
Jt make boys attend school or leave
Tho First Congregational Chnrch
of Kansas City, located on the corner
of Eleventh and MefJee streets, was
dedicated recently. Tho edilice is of
stone, and cost $HO,000.
Dakota has eighty-four organized
counties Already. A common seliool
eystem has been orjrani.ed in sixty-live
of them, and two-thirds of tho children
of tho Territory are enrolled.
There are few better arguments for
Industrial education that the fact that
there are only seven mechanics among
the 1,014 prisoners in the Eastern Pen
itentiary. Fhiludelph ia Tim es.
The growth of the organization
known as tho Young Men's Christian
Association, during the last eighteen
years, has been remarkablo not only as
to membership, but as to tho results ac
complished. Burlington Hawkcye.
Sixty Harvard freshmen have
dropped their Latin, eighty their Greek,
nd one hundred their mathematics.
Hone of them have dropped their ba.se
lsall or their boating, however, and col
lege culture is still safe. N. Y. Sun.
There is this difference between
happiness and wisdom: that ho that
thinks himself the happiest man really
is so; but he that thinks himself the
wisest is generally tho greatest fool.
Work on tho walls of the Mormon
Temple, in Salt Lako City, has sus
pended for the winter. Tho main
structure is up to the square, but the
central spires have yet to bo reared a
distance of ninety feet. Chicago Inter
Holy Trinity Church, Stratfom-on-Avon,
in the chancel of which tho bones
of Shakespeare lie, is to be restored at a
cost of $00,000. The restorations in
clude the opening of tho uorih and
south transepts and the removal of the
galleries in tho nave.
The first General Conference of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church in tho
United States met in Baltimore Decem
ber 24, 1817. When Francis Asbury
was ordained Bishop the church had
cightv ministers and 15,000 members.
The Centennial Conference, which mot
in Baltimore recently, represented a
church with 25,000 ministers and 8,800,
O00 communicants. Methodism has
done a great work in the century past
What will it do in the century to come?
Chicago Inter Ocean.
WIT AND WISDOM.
"Man is man's greatest 6tudy, and
Low to get ahead of him his most per
sistent" Boston Globe.
gushing poetess in an exehango
s&ls: "Why do the leaves fall' slowly
to the ground?" Laws of gravity,
dear, that's all. Boston Post.
Mary's Little Jam.
3fry had'a little jnm
Twelve tumblers In a row;
And everywhere that Mary went
Her koy wits sure to ito.
Bhe left it in tho lock ono dny,
Which made her brother lauirh;
Me called his chum, they scooped tho Jam,
Aud shared it half and bulf.
"What good does it do you to bo
long to the lodge, anyhow?" "What
good do I get from it? I'll not talk
about what I get if I am laid up sick;
but suppose 1 was to die, then the lodge
pays $ 2,000 down, and a feller can have
Jots of tun lor UJ.OUO in casn. ik nca
Money doesn't always make the
Tnare go. Fat man (who is in some
thing of a hurry) "I'll give you live
dollars to ret mo to the station in three
minutes." Cabman (with provoking
elowness): "Well, sorr, you might
corrupt me, but you can't bribe that
horse. Harvard Lampoon.
"Look here,' said Uppercea, the
chorister, as tho grocer was weighing
out his sugar, "those things of yours
weigh light" "Mr. Uppercea, repli
d old lfyson, severely, "I'm like your
self; I run tho scales to suit myself,
and tho conjrregation has to stand it."
And tho chorister pulled out all hU
stops at once. Brooklyn Lagte.
Young wifo "Why, Charley, what
have you gone and bought a dog torr
Youns husband "Ah um, my dear,
you know wo can't cat everything that
. ,, 1.1. ,. ilr ,.o r. '
Youii2 wifo "O Charlie fcryingl.
knew you wouldn't like my cooking. O
dear, dear! xoung husband "lhero.
there! don t cry. i 11 sea the uog."
Jiurlington Free Press.
Smith purchased a "muley cow
and drove her home yesterday evening.
The aniniiil was a curiosity to his chil
dren. "Oil, what a tow!" exclaimed
little three-year old; " it dot no horns."
Tana has 'em," said tive-year-old
"Why don't 'e put 'era on 'e tow?" 'I
don't know. I heard him say ho had
swallowed a couple of horns , afore
breakfast, and I guess they aro insldo of
him now. Mamma told Mm he would
waller the cow afore six weeks."
Not long since a Jsew Hampshire
tteemau was examining an miaus
Tiool class. "Can any little girl or
irive tho definition of tho word
averatro' P " he asked. For some timo
no one replied, but linally a little girl
,he6itatiii!rlv replied: "It is a thing
hen lays an egg on, sir." "No, that's
not right." "Yes, sir, my book say
ao; and she trotted up to her ques
tioner and pointed to this sentence in
her reading book: "A lien lavs an egg
every uay on an
. I JaW
USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
A Maine man claims from personal
experience that ten good grade merino
Bhwp can bo kept on the same or less
feed than is required to maintain one
cow, and yield better.
For sheep it seldom bays to grind
grain. For "young stock grain may
often be prolitably cooked. Potatoes
may often bo cooked and fed to young
stock to advantage. Prairie Farmer.
imon Butter: Six lemons, twelve
eggs, two poundy of sugar, onc-ouarter
pound of butter; grate the rinds, add
the juice, beat tho eggs; simmer over a
slow fire fifteen minutes, stirring all
the while. Exchange.
In selecting a dairy cow pay some
attention to tho size of tho udder and
teats. Very small teats can not be
easily grasped. A good milch cow has
deep flanks, relvety skin and the milk
veins prominent. Albany Journal.
Give warm food to fowls in the morn
ing and see that they have plenty of
water that is kept from freezing. Put
it into the dish as warm as they can
drink it twice a day. Empty tho dish
at night. If you can not give your
hens care sell them. Chicago Tribune.
Coffee: One-half egg to one cup
ground coffee: stir well in a bowl, so
that every ground is covered; then
place in the coffee-pot and pour on cold
water shaking constantly till the
lump of egg and coffee settles to a
smooth mass. Add your boiled water.
A process has recently been discov
ered by whieh natural flowers of all de
scriptions can be preserved for years,
and wcrn and used in an exactly similar
manner as artificial Ilowers now are.
The process consists of an invisible var
nish, which is used to coat over the
leaves, stems and petals.
Unthinking farmers will sometimes
place a colt or young; horso by tho side
of a horse of more mature years and ex
pect it to do an equal amount oi wort
without injury. Such a thing is not
only cruel but unwise. Many prom
ising young horses have been ruined by
such treatment No young horse should
be expected to stand the work that
horses which have been accustomed to
hard usage are able to undergo. N. Y.
Takinsr the best specimens of steers.
t is found that bv the best svstcm of
feeding in the tirst year a call or steer
can bo made to improve 1,385 pounds.
Tho second year the steer will gain 835
pounds, third year 702 pounds and
fourth year 571 pounds. Thus it is seen
that in tho average for the three vears
after tho first tho increaso is not half
what it was tho first year, while tho
animal partakes of twice a3 much food
and represents twice as much capital.
Kcw England Farmer.
The Kind of Food Which Ought to Be
Uivea to Cat tin, Sheep and Hog la the
As winter approaches and pastures
ceaso to furnish succulent fodder tho
food of animals i3 necessarily changed
from green and fresh to that 'of a dry
and less digestible nature. It is impor
tant that this change should be gradual.
One of the supplies which havo been
abundant this year, and which may bo
used to advantage in this gradual
change, is second-rato apples, or those
which are not smooth ; and fair enough
for market or for the table, but which
will be equally good for horses and cat
tle, sheep and swine. Instead of allow
ing them to rot under the trees they
may be gathered and stored in heaps
and protected till the approach of severe
freezing weather with a thick coat of
straw. 1 hey may be given iu moderate
quantities at lirst and afterwards in
creased according to tho supply. Cows
are sometimes fatally choked in their
greediness to eat when they tirst havn
access to them, but tho danger is small
after they receive them regularly; but
as they aro easily sliced or chopped In
two caution would indicate avoiding
any danger. Horses are fond of ap
ples, and a moderate ration does them
good, as dry fodder takes the place of
tho more succulent, lurmps and car
rots answer tho same purpose. Since
tho introduction of ensilage animals fed
on it suffer less from exclusively dry
feed; but as many farmers do not open
their silos intil in January something
to go between crass and ensilage is
desirable. Tho farmer who keeps an
eye to tho proper feeding of his animals
can use safely such materials as he pos
sesses, if ho keeps before him the cnief
necessity of avoiding sudden changes of
It is important in this connection, to
provide comfortablo quarters against
the approaching coid; to secure stables
and other places of shelter against cold
currents of air; to give animals dry and
clean places for eating and rest, and to
be sure that they have pure water to
drink. Provision for all these requisites
must bo made before winter closes up
In making all these provisions for
winter, the requirements for spring feed
ing must not bo overlooked. As soon
as the first warm weather approaches, a
fradual supply of succulent food should
e given, and increased before turning toi
grass. We have found nothing better,
than parsneps. The great advantage
of this over other root crops is that the
roots may be left in the ground all win
ter, and in fact they are better for it.
The crop is easily cultivated, its spread
ing leaves shade the ground and keep
down weeds, and on rich soils it yicldt)
several hundred bushels to the acre.
Tho roots may be plowed and pulled
out in spring as required for feeding at
intervals from tho time tho ground hi
thawed till the grass is a foot high.
BLUNDERS OF READING.
Bow People Call for Hooks Whose Titles
They lUrg Forgotten.
A few months ago a reader asked me
to get him "Porter s History of the
United States Navy," nud on my sug
gesting that possibly he meant "Preble's
History of Steam Navigation," recol
lected that that was tho title. The
other day a professor from another col-
lego Inquired for tho architectural
works of Parnassus, in many volumes,
costing $500. He had never seen the
books, but an architect had described
them to him and he had searched for
them in vain for two years. Bv a little
bibliographical legerdemain I found
that ho meant the works of Piranesi.
If this thing keeps on somebody will
have to open a school of library mind
reading. Even that, however, I fear,
would fail in such a case as I had last
cummer, where a student had forgotten
tho author v tho book he wanted,
couldn't re, ..!i Its title, and had no idea
of its subject.
How books are asked for: x want
p. a something histrionic." She
nuiui-u iMu uii'i iienisiot iu t unit.
"I want a nice book."
"Please send Dr. B. two of Dumas1
novels that he has never read."
"I want a commentary by a Bishop,
I do not remember his name."
"A book I saw hero nine years ago."
"I don'trecollectthe title of tho book
I want, but there was a remarkable
passage in the last part which I should
remember if l saw it. Literary Jour
Among tho most novel features of
tho Maino show at tho New Orleans
Exposition will be the collection of
lumbermen's boats and toggery. There
will be live of these boats. Tho longest
will be a batteau that stretches thirty-
four feet. There will be a fancy Bar
Harbor rowboat, built from eleven
kinds of Maino wood; a Kangely Lake
boat, built of cedar, with a complete
set of lishing tackle; a canvass canoe,
uch as is used at Moosehcad Lake, and
finally a birch canoo mado at Oldtown',
with moccasins, bead work, and other
specimens of the red man's handicraft.
In the last ten years Franco has
launched . twenty-three battle-ships,
England only eighteen (of which four
are protected cruisers), leaving four
teen battle-ships. The French have
eleven battle-ships and eight canon
nieres cuirassees building, while the
English are building seven battle-ships
and one armored cruiser.
The historic old Senate houso, in
the city of Kingston, N. Y., was re
cently sold' at Section. The building is
of stone, and in it was held, in 1777, the
tirst session of the Senate of the State
of New York.
Mb. I. Carpenter, 4ti3 Fourth avenue,
New York, after running a gauntlet of
eight years' rheumatism, used St Jacobs
Oil, the great pain reliever, by which be
was entirely cured and has had no return
of his complaint
A CoNNEC.icuT woman sent a feather
cushion to cover a chair at Princeton Col
lege, fcihe is the same woman who went
into a crockery store to buy a plate for the
iront door ot her son-in-laws new House.
Burlinston i-Vce Ye..
Mrs. Harriet Cummings, of Cincinnati,
O., writes: "Early last winter my daugh
ter was attacked with a severe cold, which
settled on her lungs. W e tried several medi
cines, but she continued to get worse, and
finally raised large amounts of blood. We
called a physician, but he failed to do her
any good. A friend, who had been cured by
Dr. W'm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs,
advised me to give it a trial, and she began
to improve, and bv the use of three bottles
waa entirely cured."
A i.eadino question Dispute as to who
goes nrst. uoston l'ot.
If afflicted with Pore Ryes, use Dr. Isaao
Xnompsou Eye Water. UruggUts sou it xuo.
New York, December 24, 1S84.
CATTT.E Native Steers 4 00 fa$ 7 6U
t'OTTOX Middling 11 ll'
f LOL i uood to Oliolce 8 HO 4 o
WHEAT Xo. i lied.,
COHX No. 2
OATS Western Mixed
1'OiUv New Mchb
5 25 M B 60
4 25 kt 5 00
8 US m 4 25
2 60 kt 4 25
2 45 a 8 20
tiil t 70
.... a 84
25 m 20
4 t0 (a) 10 OU
0 00 ia) 12 00
12 50 a 13 00
IS t 20
24 K 25
.... a 11 25
tiood to Heavy....
r Hir to Goixl
HOGS Common to Select....
I-HEKI' Kiiir to Choice
1 H XXX to Choice
WHKAT No. i Winter
No. 8 "
COKX No. i Mixed
OATS No. 2
JIVE Xo. i
15UTTEK Choice Dairy
Kt.t-s choice ,
PORK Xew Mess
UA"( ON Clear ltib
CATTLE Exports 5 73
llotis 4Jood to Choice 4 30
HIKK1' Uood to Choice Sou
I LOUU Winter "'
Snriiiil 8 00 OS
WHEAT No. 2 Spring 71Ai
No. iltod 7:1
POPN No. 8il4
OATS No. 2 24 V
l'UUK. New Me4 10 M0 to
CATTLE Native Steers 4 60 O 5 15
IK His sales at 8 05 4 15
WHEAT No. biH bi
COKX No. 2 Mixed t 27U
OATS No. 2 22 23
NEW Olt LEANS.
Fl.OrU High Grade 8 73 4 10
CwttK White 4S
OATS Choice Western 37
II AY Choice 4 19 00
l'OKK Mesa "SUM
IIACON Clear ltib 7
COTTON Middling MV 10'
WHEAT No. 2 lied 73
COliX No. 2 Mixed 80
OAT No. 2 Mixed
l'OKK Mess a 12 00
IIACON Clear Kib 7S
COTTON Mlddllug kt 10.','
txnu of flesh and Strength,
w th poor nppetite, and perhaps slight
cough in morning, or on first lying down
at night, should be looked to in time. Per
sons afflicted with consumption are pro
verbially unconscious of thuir real state.
Most cases commence with disordered liver,
leading to bad digestion and imperfect a
similation of food hence the emaciation,
or wasting of the flesh. It is a form of
scrofulous disease, and is curable by the
nse of that greatest of ail blood-cleansing,
anti-bilious and invigorating compounds,
known as Dr. Tierce's "Golden Meaical
Whew Is a base-ball bat like a society
pirlr When It strives to make a hit at
ITow to Save Money,
and we might also say time and pain aa
weir. In our advice to good housekeepers
and ladies generally. The great necessity
existing always to have a perfectly safe
remedy convenient for the relief and
prompt cure of the ailments peculiar to
woman functional Irregularity, constant
pains, and all the symptoms attendant
upon uterine disorders induces us to rec
ommend strongly and unqualifiedly Dr.
Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" woman's
best friend. It will save money.
A DorBTruL state Wondering whether
she will accept him or not. Chicago
Toang; Men, Read This.
Tub Voltaic Bklt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
Oiler to send their celobrated Elkctko- Vol
taic Belt and other Electric Appliances
on trial for 30 days, to men (young orold)
atflictedwith nervous debility, loss of vital
ity and all kindred troubles. Also forrbeu
matism,neuralgia,paralysis,and many oth
er diseases. Complete restoration to health,
vigor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk in
curred, as 30 days' trial is allowed. Write
them atence for illustrated pamphlet, free.
When Is a book like a lover's farewell?
When it is finished with a clasp.
A slight cold, if neglected, often at
tacks the lungs. Brown's Bronchial
Troches give sure and immediate relief.
Sold only in boxes. Prico, 23 cents.
Why is the bow of a boat like sulphuric
acid; Because it cuts water.
Pire'sToothachs Drops cure in 1 mlmite,25a
Glenn's Sulphur Snap heals and beautillcs. 25c
Germas Corn Uemoveii kills Corns a bunions.
Clouds come hish, but
we must have
them. Merchant Traveler.
Many imitators, but no eaual. has Dr.
isage-s uatarrn uemeay.
r. . . . ' .
I inirP WliMns I ipee chcaporthan cvor.
I A Ml pNscnil stamps LAllLO fr Illustrated C'lr
LHUILU cularsloC. J. It YE, BuOUlo, A. Y.
Tiated and cured without the knife.
(M)k on treatment sent free. AflureNH
.L. I'O.N D, M. D., Aurura, Kane t;o.,lll
A MONTH. Aftrnts Wanted. Ito hest
elllnu srttel.'a In t he world. 1 SHtnple tKKH.
AuureBB JAY HKObOa. UXXHU1T, MICH.
Wlaiit Wrnvn sent e.o.n. anywhere .Whole-
snle Iletall. I'rlce-llstrce. (ioodsecmrnn.
uied. B.CttTKXUL,ia7 waoasu av,ulcago.
llni IS" 5TlinY 7orTooni?Men and Women.
HII Ml ,"' ThorouRh a.:1 pruetleal In.
I HI 111 I atructlon irlven by mtill In Book-keei-
aa )Ki Businos. Forms. Arithmetic Short,
band, etc. Terms moderate. Bend stnrnp for pain.
pUlet to B. ft 8. UL'blNKSS COLLtQK, Uutlalo, K. V.
TTTP.tT75!P C.sh Crico
s.Ui.iiUs raid for
lilkflii tMkrn urcvloii
ah or Nbrunkn, out utile of rHr.l limits. UVV
ran use. tall on or addren. WILLIAM HOW A HI)
VIIEI.I'S. (County Clerk of I'urnaa Co.). at Beavejr
J. H. M'LtAN 5
TAS m BALM,
A sura cure tor all
THROAT AND LUNG
Colrts. Cough. Hoarseness,
Sore.TI.roat, Loss of Volw,
IlllIuenzH, and all sueh 1 hroat
Troubles yield Instantly to its mim
ical and soothlnc influence.
Fortarynsrltla. Bronchitis, Oulnsy, Asthma
and Coiialimiilion, Dr. J. H. MrLean-s 1AB Wins
Balm is the unly remedy that will Rive sure relief. It
has cured Lung Diseases here all other remedies nav
faded. Why will you suffer from Thront and Lun
Troubles when sueh a pleasant remedy ia offered you?
For Croup it is a pusi lve specific. ForSinicers and
Speakers tha Tar W ink Hits Is an abao.u a necessity.
Nolhinit has ever been discovered which will give such
Immediate relief, and It will positively Sura Throat
Troubles. 1an tDblai.
Cure That Bad Cold! Stop Bat Cough!
tflioie whose Lenirs and Throats ar .ore, hard and
drf, will na'iie the .oothin effatt of a single dots of
Ir. J. li. M'LeHii'a Tar Wine Itnlm, and to
give all doubling sicepLtcs a chance to b. ssiured of it.
wonderful smithing and miraculous virlua. I have pu'
op Trial Bottl a. costing ouly '9 cents per bottle. Kv-ery
dealer in Ihe United Ktates should have them. I! they
have not, please est them to s ml for a dmen a a test.
Every one trying that 'i.Went size will bi convinced ol
tha miraculous benefits they will receive from latin.
Dr. J. II. Mlenn'a Tar Wine Balm.
Csld in your Head, tickling in the nvs. forehead and
mroat; you nave U'ltiirrn ; gel a box oi t a. j. n. m -Lkan'm
Cataiikh Ssl kk and use it one. a day, besides
Inking Lis. J. H. 11 LKAiTa Tau Wis Hal to heal
your T hroat and Lungs.
Price of Trial Bottles 25 Cents Eaoh.
I ean send them only by Express. If you will send ma
$?.t) or that amount in postage-stumps, 1 will sand yoa
one dozen, fiaiht paid.
I-arge Bottles, which contain six times as much as
the'iW'ent l-ize bottles - - $100
O'six Boitlii (or - - - . . i 00
After using Pr. J. R. M'Lkas's Tab Wine Balk,
1st uia hear from yon. Prepared by
DR. J. II. M'LEAN,
0or. Broadway and UliUlle St., St. Louis, Mo.,
Iroprietor of lilt. J, H. M LKAN'B
VOHOIfiFUL STREHQTHCMIMfl CORDIAl AXO IL000 FURIFItl
It a well-known fact that most of the
florae and Cattle Powder sold in this
try 1 worthiest; that Sheridan,
lion Powikr is absolutely pure
valuable- Nothing ou Earth
make heua lav like 8herll
t'ondltlua Powder Doe, one teasponnful to
breeders use, price $1.00; by malL $1-0.
is- , ssp
I have a poulveruiuel l.-r ihe above dlseuae ; by Ita
Vse tnouftamts of ctuwsoi tlie Wuikt kind and of Umg
etn.oaitisthv incurod. liulertl, ostroni;i myfitliS
In Itsniticaey.tiiHt I wl I send TWO H'lTTLKi V KKU.
UCctlier with a V A l.V A B'K TKBATIhU on thtsdlaeiMe)
Wauy tuff-ror. Olvnxprfl uimI I O. a4dr ss.
UiU X. A, cOAiCCM, Ui a'vaxiftb, XMlU
S. i. A 1. I. I.AS'l. "T.
Fatant Att ja, Waahincton, it.O,
BRYANT & STPATTON'S JJs&JEj
St. Louis, Aio ! iiu.l.'iH yvmiiy. Vuitf men tsuMht lfcok
ksMin s. sHktfft-nauU, pvousauftsua. auti assisiW (v Vdtwue
LTtfi r A rr fm ma t F f , I , mmI Ml
th truih about Jonvn. Pui Tour
lint on ppr &nd nn if jou Wt
U .S. ftl'4NlJ.tli
Pm Po. Tr nm FTrftrht
Pid. Fn Price, lt Fwt..
Addro. JONES OF BINGHiMTON,
I BINCHAMTON. N. Y.
Rytnptouii Molfifurr, lutem
Ht'hfntr. tnnn nx nv lit.
It tn FOT' ATIT KFMCAt HU si iu l I K
' " li nuch M Plmnlt', mutch
CJTf TTVT Tetter, Itch, Vmt Khcum
n. no nmt-
HJL.Jk.4 t?r now oDurm
?r how ohrittniite or Ionic tam.iii.
SwaynhA So. Phil.,
'a. bom by Drufc'giftt.
e wi n w - tyb
Heals the Sores.
Senses of Tnsto
. Smell. A quick
In. - 1.1 .
lAT "S"t V sUtlM) rents at PniKcli
Alnnntn liv Tim 1 1 ft'irltt
tored. flptid for rlrcnlr.r, Pumple but 1c bv nml 1 H cent.
. LTDIA t. rissrsm cs
IS AiPCSmVE 0t)REFOn
ill thoas painful CoinplalnU
and Weaknesses ao common
FEXALK l Oril.iTlOS.
IMn $1 la Bali, in sr hat(snk
Itt piwposo a aol-l for tltm UuilimtiU hrnlltig o
TfjraM .inrf t rtlirf of vain, and that It rf.jr. alt
claim to do,tluntknd4 oUUim cam gladly ttttty.
It will enra .ntiirlT all Orarian troubles, Ind-unma.
tli.n and Uloeratlon, Kallliiar and lllst.lneemenla. .lid
snn-wnuent Spinal Wel:iMM, and lis Pf"eularlTsdiit.
d to inm Cllnif. ot Life, a a . a .
It romoTPa FalntnM..FlatiilTieT, dearrw all e"T,I,
tor stlmuKnts, and rellr.es Weakness of the Stmae.h.
It ourxa BUiatlnif, nnodachea. Nerrons ."roftrall.itv
O-mer&l rwtillity, Fl-f-plessnei. represslon and imn
fe-tlon. Thsk felln(to( bearin down, eauslnr pain,
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