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Misoii's Brota Store !
The Steady March
Marks ovcry section of this justly pop
ular business, No sot-backs, no sup
ping of cogs or jarring of machinery,
but each day marking sorao growth in
public fayor. Every stock swings into
line with its choicest offerings; want
to make buying pleasant for you.
THE CLOAK STOCK
Calls for more ihan passing comment.
It's a stock to enthuse over. We've con
centrated all the cloak knowledge we
possess Into the buying of these gar
ments. There's been no haphazard hlt-or-mlss
work here, only a few of the
choico ideas get space in Print
CAPES in Black Cheviot, double cape,
trimmed with Coney Pur and Mohair
Braid at 82.0S; regular $3.75. With
Boucle, Thibet trimmed, silk lined, at
$4.98i regular price $7.00. Large double
cape Wool Beaver, oxtra long, at 85.48;
regular price SS.50. Plush Capes at
J4.48, fi.00, 0.48, 7.25 to 18.00.
SPECIAL JOB WRAPS.
50 at $5.00, wero 812.00 to $20.00
25 at 4.00, were 8.00 to 15.00
15 at 3.00, were 7.00 to 10.00
15 at 3.00, were 5.00 to 7.00
25 at .50, were 1.50 to 5.00
Our New Fall Silks will tempt those
who have an eye for the beautiful;pioce
after piece of shimmering brldcscenes
can wo display for your selection.
Changeable Waist Silks at 43c, are
75c goods. Black Novelties at 59c, good
heavy dress styles; other varieties at
09, 75 and 9Sc.
The Colored Press Goods Stock
In full of the newest fabrics and at
prices which we challenge any compe
tition. Wo are taking no back seat in
any lino of goods this season. Our
T..,,r.io ..,-rt ?irt cV,fwrlnat. In tin mnr-
kets, and our customers get the benefit
of our low prices every lime iney uuy.
There's marked activity on the Kid
Glovo Stock just now. Few Fall Shades
now in special prices. 5 hook Foster
Hook Kids at 83c. the regular $1.00
gloves. Large Pearl Buttons, the cor
rect length only 85c, regular ?1.25 qual
ity. Our Lining Stock away up in quality
at little prices.
We can't tell ycu about all our Bar
gains every week. It would keep one
man writing all the time and a page of
the newspaper every week. People
that do not visit our btore have a very
limited idea of the extent of our busi
ness and stocks, and onlr a few of the
Tinrffiins we offer a visit is in order this
100 New Articles added to the One
Cent Department Laces, Ribbons,
Coat Hangers, Ta lines, &c.
lb busy eveiy day. Sales larger and
greater; prices the lowest in the land;
best values. Receiving the Clay Wor
steds heavy weight Oyereoats, etc. We
can save you money and give you satis
faction every time. Call and got prices.
Underwear, socks and suspenders, hats
Nice Warm Blankets and Comforts
full lino of thebo goods. We buy direct
from the factories by the case and get
the lowest prices.
Full stock of
Ladles' and Gents'
QUEENSWARE and GLASSWARE
New lots this week again. This de
partment is growing daily in import
ance. New styles and shapes added as
they come out." Low prices prevail here
Dr. Brooks' Diphtheria Cure prevents
and cures diptheria, bore-throat regu
lar price 50c a bottle, our price this,
ook2l5c. Wo guarantee every bottle
we represented or money refunded.
Call or send for circulars.
Lamp Gonds Department
Just received 500 Imported Crepa Pa
per LampShades.. Tinted edges; decor
uted with morning glorys, spotted 111
lies, violets, poppy, his, etc. Regular
82.50 shade, our price Obc.
New York Cream Cheese, 12X nnd 13'
Ohio Cream Cheese, 10c and 15c
Dard, 5c per lb., pure leaf.
Crackers, 4c per lb.
Pure Mountain Buckwheat, 8 lbs.
Honey Drip Syrup, 20c a gallon.
Mixed Canpy, 5c a pound.
Caramels. 10c a pound.
Chocolate Creams, litoji pound.
Everything gods at a bargain here.
Call and see."
169 "Front St. Marietta. 0
Of Cuba Must Not Change the
Price of. Goods Sold
Along tho Military Line on the Island
by Order of Gen. Avolar.
Gon. Weyler Order the Wltes and Chil
dren of Patriots to De Eipellod From
their Homca This Edict llrlngt
Terror to IntcrlorFomlllc.
Havana, Oct. 13. Gen. Avolar has
Improved upon Weylor's bank bill
edict. Ho has Issued, un qrder forbid
ding merchants' along'tha military lino
to alter tho firloo of fcoods. ; ,
Pernicious" f overs1 arcr, scSurint San
tiago do Cubai? Thc.Jmdr'tnllty In Sep
tember was' nearly 'BOO.' Smallpox is
decreasing. t ' r x
Families in the interior towns are
terror-stricken with tho renewal of
Woyler's edict ordering that tho wives
nnd children of patriots who may at
tack any city or tovytabo expelled to
This mcasuro constitutes tho great
est outrage upon tho Cuban dignity.
It alms at the corruption of iamlllcs.
Unscrupulous Spanish officers aro well
awaro of the terrlblo power they can
wield and do not hesitate to threaten
virtuous women with tho enforcement
of tho edict.
Tho Spanish Col. Rodriguez, operat
ing in San Juan de los Yerns, was
thought to be superior to most of his
colleagues. He has always acted hu
manely and was respected by all. But
a few days ago ho caused tho arrest of
17 persons, and all wero hacked to
pieces with machetes. Tho result of
this was that many pcaccablo men
havo joined the patriot army.
Illlnd, Deaf, 8centlcts and Tasteless
Passed tho Harvard Examination ot nn
Ago Younger Thn Moat Freahmen.
New YoBK.Oct. 13. A Boston, Mass.,
Helen Kcllar, blind, deaf, scentless,
tasteless, has passed tho Harvard ex
amination with credit. She had no
preparation and the examiners did not
know who she was. She will enter
Radcliffc (Harvard annex) at a younger
age than most freshmen.
Helen Kcllar was born in Alabama
July 27, 18S5, her father being a for
mer confederate officer, and later a
United Status marshal. No attempt at
education was made for the first seven
years of her apparently hopeless life.
It was when about eighteen months
old that she lost all senses but
that of touch. In 18S7 she was, taken
to the Pcrkln's school for the blind,
in Boston, and placed under tho care
of Miss Sullivan, who devoted her life
to the education of tho little unfor
tunate. Three years later she had
learned to articulate, and with a
rapidity undreamed of by thoso
who had to do with children in
tho possession of their full
faculties. In 1894 she was removed to
tho Wright Uamoson school, this city,
refusing to become nn inmate of i
school built in London and named af
ter her. Soon after she became apt in
interpreting tho speech of others by
feeling their lips nnd is now ablo to
communicate with any ono within
reach of her sensitive finger tips.
rounder of thu Divinity College of tho
Catholic University, to Wed the Marquis
Washington, Oct. 13. A letter re
ceived hero from Miss Mary Gwcndolin
Caldwell, founder of tho Divinity col
lege of the Catholic university, an
nounces her contemplated marriago at
Dresden, October 19, to tho Marquis do
Miss Caldwell's marriage will bo a
very quiet one in consequence of the
recent bereavement of bclWinly sister,
the Baroness von Zedwitz, whose
husband was killed in a
yachting accident about two
months ago. The wedding will occur
in the Dresden home of tho von Zed
witz's and will be performed by Bishop
Spalding, of Peoria, I1L, who is the
administrator of the Caldwell estate.
He wns summoned to Germany after
Baron von Zedwltz's death to settle
the affairs, nnd ho has teen appointed
the guardian of the young son of the
baron and baroness.
Miss Caldwoll if, in her 34th year and
comes from n well-known family of
Richmond, Va., and is also related to
the Breckinridge family of Kentucky.
She inherited a largo fortune from her
father. Tho fiist building of the Cath
olic university was erected as a result
of a donation of S300.000 from Miss
bpanlsli Mutlnoer In Ironn.
Madisid, Oct. 13. A dispatch from
Ferrol says that a mutiny has occurred
on board the Spanish warship Alfonso
XIII, lying at that port. Forty gun
ners rebelled and attempted to seize
tho boats and go ashore. A fight be
tween tho mutineers and tho marines
and others on board the ship ensued,
with tho result that the revolt was
suppressed and the mutineers put In
Stoanier Spartan Ashore.
CArp MAY, N. J., Oct, 13. The
steamer .Spartan, from Boston for
Philadelphia, with passengers and a
general cargo, Is ashore on Hereford
bar. Three of tho passengers wero
landed by the life saving crew, but tho
bhlp's crew remain on the vessel, hop
ing to Host ner at nign water.
They Are Clgarrettcs.
Comuiiius, O., Oct 13. State Audi
tor Guilbcrt Tuesday decided that
cigarettes with tobacco wrappers aro
cigarettes within the meaning of the
Ohio cigarette law, tho same as if they
were in rico paper wrappers.
An International Arbitration Court.
Vienna, Oct. 13. The lower house of
tho reichsrath has referred tea com
mittee a resolution that the govern
ment should mako overtures to tha
powers for tho establishment of an in
ternational arbitration court
AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE ,
with each package bf
AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
Oathorcd From All Farts of the Country
A hurricane prevailed at Nantucket,
Mass., Sunday night The wind, blew
00 miles an hour.
The treasury gold reserve declined
Monday to 8123,000,110, the withdraw
als being S3 18, 100.
In tho Wolcott-Scaldy fight nt ,Mas
peth Monday night, Wolcott was given
the decision in the seventeenth round.
A dispatch from Havana says, tho
sick and wounded among the Spanish
soldiers on the island of Cuba number
A cable dispatch from Vienna an
nounces the death of 13 err Anton
Bruckner, tho celebrated musical com
poser. Tho fight Monday night between
Palmer and Murphy, at the National
Sporting club, London, was won by
Controller Eckels received a dispatch
Monday afternoon stating that tho
First national bank of Eddy, N. M.,
has suspended. v
The Dominion government has de
cided to proclaim the last Thursday in
November, the 20th inst., as Thanks
giving day throughout Canada.
The Paris Figaro soys that tho coun
cil of state has decided to refuse tho
extradition of P. J. P. Tynan, tho' al
leged dynamite conspirator, to Eng
land. The 23th annual convention of tho
national board of steam navigation" be
gan at the Southern hotel, tit Lauls,
Tuesday afternoon, with about 200
delegates in attendance. ,
AtClaromont, N. H., Walter P.Hunt,
aged 27, shot and killed Irving Smith,
aged 10, and then committed suicido
by shooting himself. The Ken wero
farmers and had quarreled.
William Barnie, at ono time man
ager of tho Baltimore team, and j'ex
managcr of tho Hartford club, in- tho
Atlantic league, has been appointed
manager of the Brooklyn club InTDava
General Superintendent Robert Noil
son, of the Philadelphia fc Erie and
Northern Central railroads, both of
which aro parts of tho Pennsylvania
railroad system, died at his homo iu
The Wabash railway Monday an
nounced a cut in rates on anthracite
coal from Toledo to Kansas City and
intermediate points of S3 per ear. Tho
Central Traffic association will likely
meet the cut, which is likely to prove;
an entering wedge to a rate war.
Tho cigarmakers Monda3' adopted a
resolution prohibiting local unions
from paying per capita tax to Central
Labor unions which havo professional
politicians among the members, mLo
cal unions were instructed to afftlihto
with central bodies of tho American
l?e"deratibn of Labor.
The Braddock wiro works of tho1
Consolidated Steel and Iron Co., at
Braddock, Pa., which have closed for
four months except for bcveral weeks
when special orders wero filled in tho
galvanizing department, will resume
in all departments the latter pirt of
tho week, employing 1,009 men.
The Hank Itobber Identified.
Masox City, la,, Oct 12. Thoro is
no longer any doubt' as to tho Identity
of tho man arrested at U o'clock Satur
day afternoon nt Lake Mills. Deputy
Sheriff E. E. Ward, of Galllon, in run
ning down-, tho desperado, J. D. Sair,
arrived at Lake Mills Sunday night,
and when token to ho small calabjooso
where the yrlsq-nr i confluod, identli
fled him Vltotynl ivay trouble as tho
CISCINNATI. Oct 11
Flouii Spring fancy., 813003.05, spring
totally. SiOxStJS, spring patent, Si9ot,20;
wlntor patens. S3 0531. 20: fancy, 43.5033 65;
family. 410 (3103. extra, 115i40. low grade,
!t5&lIo. rye, Northwostcrn, &14035.50; .do
Wheat bales: No. S red, track, 70e; No.
1 red, trade. GO:.
con Sales: Mixed, ear, track, 5cs yel
low ear, trail:, Sc; No. S mixed, track, 2fljjc;
white car. to arrive, :0c
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 18c; No.
S mixed, track, 15Vic
r.TE Sales: No 2, track, 40c
HoOb Select shippers', S-3.4S4J3.50, select
butchers', 134033.45; fair to good packers,
$3 35'ti3. 40, fair to gopd light, S13i3.50;
common and roughs, JiGSS3.2U
Cattle Fair to good shippers', S3.50Q4.15t
choice, f 4.S2&4 40, good to choice butchors',
$3,6524.10. fair to medium butchers', 83.003
3.50. common, 82.2532.75.
Sheep and Lambs Sheep Extra, $3.00
a 25. good to choice, 82.35(3200. common to
fair, 1.75S223. Lambs Extras, $4.1034.25;
good to choico, S3. 5034. 00, common to fair,
Veal Calves Fair to good light. 81 09
5.00, oxtra, 85.2535.50, common and large,
Si 5034-0 J
Vool Unwashed fine merino, OSJlOo per
lb, quarter-blood clothing, 1213o; medium,
delaine and clothing, 12013c; braid, UQ12c;
medium combing, 13(314c. Washed, fine mer
ino, X to XX, l.'c; medium clothing, 14015c;
delaine flecco. H315c: long combing, 1510o;
quarter-blood and low. 1213c: common coarse,
11312c, tub-washed, choico, 17318c.
NEW YORK, Oot 13.
WHEAT No. S red, December, 7654757,'0!
May, TSKG'PVic , Market now about 1 Mo over
ConN No. 2,3133c; October, Sic; Decern
ber, 3:jia32yc; May. Sl?i35o.
Oats Western, 20330c: December, 23 He
Toledo, O , Oct. ia
i WnEAT No. 2 red, cash, 75Hc: December,
77jc; May, bujic; no. a reu, casn, too
Coils No. 2 mixed, cash, 25c
Oats No. 2 mixed, May, 22c; No
KrE No 2 cash, 40c; December, 4,'c.
OIICAOO, Oct 12.
Calls on December wheat opened at 70o,
flold betwoenCDJjO and 70c, last.prlco 70H
70?c. Puts openod at CSc, sold cctwecn C7Jo
and 07&c, last price C3)fo
Calls on May corn openod at 28Mc, sold at
2828Jio. last price 28W bid. Pufj openod at
27527Jc, last price 27KC.
INDIANAI'OMS, Ind, Oct 12.
CATTLE No quotable change.
Hogs Good to choico medium end heavy,
il 4S3.55. mixed. $1202145; good to choico
11 jbti, 81458155.
Sheep Market quiet at unchanged prices.
VTaUon Cnu't fjpeak.'
Tiiomi'SO.v, Ga., Oct. 13. Dr. E S.
Harrison said Monday morning that
while Mr. Watson was improving his
throat was still one mass of sores, and
under no circumstances could ho speak
In less than 10 or 12 days, and that it
was very doubtful if ho could take tho
stump again during tho present cam
nilcrn Ivesy Woman,
Sometimes need? a roll
abja monthly regulating
medjeine. fv '
Dr. PEAUS5 1
Aro prompt, saf o nnd certain In result. The ecnu
Ino (Dr. Peal's) never disappoint. Sent luijwherui
A. J. RICIIA.HDS, Marlotlu, O.
The undersigned will offer for sale at Public
Auction, at the late residence ot William V,
Qumn deceased, la Palmer Township, Wash
ington. County, Ohio, on the 11th day of Novem
ber, lSOOC the Goods and Chattels, of said de
ceased, consisting In part ot 133 fleeces ot wool,
177 shocks of corns, farming implements, S 0
bushels pt grain, u lot ot hay in mow, a lot of
lumber, 8b)Dgle mill, gum belt and other arti
cles too numerous to mention. Sale to conn
mence at 10 o'cloclr; forenoon. Terms Pur
chases amounting to three dollars -or less to be
paid In cash i. above that sum, notes on three
months, .with two good sureties wi) bo taUen.
MpixissA E. Quikn, Administratrix,
October lTtb. 1M8 i
k Wo have a few tnoro of thoso good
wheel (SUNOL)'for sale yet. Alsosov-
eral good second-hand wheels at a bar
Our TANDEM and otbor NEW
WHEELS In the Livery are ull in first
class order and woll taken care of.
When you want to take a rldo como and
Our REPAIR SHOP Is running iull
time and doing first class work at a
reasonable price. We aro putting In
all tho latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad tho break, cuts or
tears In tiro can 'be easily re'paired on
our Vulcanize ((.,) .
Wo have madatWrangcments with
our Exi'BHT repajr man for steady work
the year around. Give him a chance to
show you how wel he can repair your
HAGAN & SGHAD,
Opposite tf hlon Depot, '
229 Second street
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at ., ,
225 Ohio St, Marietta, 0
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made, Particular and personal at.
tentlon Elven to servlnp; partloo
receptlons, weddlnssor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
V&. 4U -Hi- !!- , -SV-. 4!- 4U. -XV
To make room for an
other carload to arrive
in ton days wo will soil
at a liberal discount.
Now Is your chance.
p F. H. Uutton & Son.,
U) 515 Fourth street.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
. Attorney at I.,nw.
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WArTEIt &. CUItTIS,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Offlco and rcBldenco, on Second street, three
doors abovo tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
Attorney at Law,
Office on P atnftm Street,
JL Attorney at Law,
Olllco In Law Building, Marietta,
Attornoy at Law tnd Notary Public,
Offlco on Second Street, oppoalto Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B. i
Attorney at Law,
Olllco East cor. Front and Putnam, Marlutta.
r P. WARD,
J Real Est ale and Loan Agent,
second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
"TV O W.EBMY.
Offlco No. 304. Front Qtreet.
Onnoslto Soldiers' Monument. Residence Ni.
619 l'ourth Streot. Telephone connection,
JOHN A. HAMILTON H. F. KKAri
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putctm
and Second Btrsets.
NYE & FOLLETT,
Attorneys at l..iw,
oaico in Law Bnlldlug. Marietta, j
. Attorney at La.T7,
Office la Law Building, Marietta, O
Livery, FM UiHi
COE. THIRD AND OnUttCH STREET
Horaoa Sept by tho Day, Week or Monlb,
Prompt Attention Given to Fnnorals.
Carriage can be ordorod to and (rota all
trains to all parts ot the city, Or-
dors by telephone will receive
MARIETTA ... OHIO
O. &. M. Excursions.
On ancount of Lodge i'reo and ac
cepted Masons ot Ohio at Cincinnati
tho C. & M, Ey. w.ill sell excursion
tickets Oct. 10 at 000 faro for tho round
trip. Tickets good returning until
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:40 a in, '11:55 p la.
for St. Louis, 10i40 a m '11:25 p m.
For Louisville. '10:40 a m, 11:25 t m.
For Parkersbnrg. 10:40 a m, tfl:00 a m, li tl
For Beirte, G;oo, 10:40, 3:C0, 4:55, 11:25.
p m, 7:oo p m, n:S5 p m.-
ForChlllIcothe,10;40 a m, 11:J5 p m,M;i0
a m, .85 p mi -t
For New York, 'itlSp m, 1:2S p m.
pally. tExcept Sunday.
For detail Information regarding rates
tlmo on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
O.M.pathj!, Ticket Agent, JJ. & O. S. w
ily., Marietta, o., or
. - B. WaJbfbl, Assistant General Passenget
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
QOINQ BOOIU ,. friH.QoiN&NfJHT,
8 anal Dover .,
Belle Vallay ..
IVarner. ., .
Cay wood i . .
Ston on Slsnal.
Au trains Dally oxcott Snndav.
E. W. PAGE.
G. P. A T. A.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
DftllV. Dallv Exeunt Rnn.lD
18 5 EASTERS tmi 3
AM m PH AM .
' 25 tli 01 15 WheollnK 10 46 ?8 . n iS
o 6, 12 85 4 60 Moundsvllle lo ra kk n ,5
k nw f ,....,, i r- "
v w.l. M4lbiU0tlliB Ull
1 47 0 15 SlatorAvllln
8 03 7 88 WlUiamstown
9 66 12 67
9 25 12 25
9 00 11 65
ROBTNPnN. fj. P. A n.-i.!
. r"eB' mmrmatlon, etc., call on or ad
aress- Will SonLACBAcnt
. 134 Front Streoi
. . . '" " ... ..a arjLHiiii.i.
ZANKSVILLE & OHIO RIVEh,
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 2nd. lwiT"
Cv Marietta ,
" Uwoll..4 ,
Ar Bt Paul
" Columbus. u...
" Stockport ,
Ar Marietta ,
6 20 am
0 68 am
7 15 am
7 48 am
8 11 a m
9 20 am
2 40 pm
8 18 pm
8 35 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
6 40 pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
11 25 am
9 00 Dm
1 80 p m
7 25 pm
10 25 p m
U 20 a m
2 55 pm
3 58 pm
4 24 pm
4 58 pm
5 19 pm
5 55 p m
7 40 am
8 60 am
9 12 am
9 48 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
AH Trains Daily except Sunday.
virJ??' .?? -a?.d. 7? mak0 ol08 connections ai
Zanesvlllo with the B.& o. and Pan Hand.
J HOPP BImSSs'hl0.a80 and tD6 West.
J. -HOPE 8UTOB, Rooelvor.
C. C. HARRISON. General PAssengorAgt
MARIETTA & COLUMgaS SHORT LINE
Toledo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Time Tabloln EfToct May 24..l80e.
Central Standard Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No. 8. No. 11,
A.M. P.M. A. M.
Leave Marietta 9 00 2 lb i it
'.'. Tunnol 0 19 2 28 4 82
Vincent 9 37 2 46 6 25
' Cutler 9 55 8 04 0 16
u'ley... 10 21 3 80 7 16
' Sharpsburg 10 35 8 30 7 25
a A,DVJlle 10 62 8 41 8 30
ArrlvoPalos u 25 4 12 0 25
Athens 3 20 8 .15 10 63
r. 01. r. jtf
2 23 7 15
8 25 4 07
7 SO 1 60 A, It
0 tO 11 80
0 20 0 15
No. 2. No. 4. No U
A;M. P.M. A.M
Leavo Columbus 715
" Palos 10 12
" Amosvllle 10 42
" Cutlor 1118
" Vincent 11 87
Arrive Marietta 1215
3 60 6 P0
4 01 0 26
4 45 7,80
Trains run dally oxcept Sunday. Close oo-i
nectlons for all points north and west. "
For farther Information call on or address 0
It o"' Tl0ie' Agortt, Union Dppot, Marl
. ' ' ..H, C. VINCENT, Q,rtT.l
T. D, DALE, Receiver,
W. M. MOBSK, Superintended
,Th: Nevy, Yost.
Best for Speed and ResultsjJ
SEE IT AT..THE LEA.DER .OFRICE
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