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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY
AND OTHERS SEEKING
Strength and Energy,
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IT TREATS upon HEALTH, HYGIENE, and
Physical Culture, and I a complete encyclope
dia of information for Invalid aud those who suffcl
from Nervout, Exhausting and I'ainful Discasct,
Every tubject that beam uuon health and human
happiness, receive attention In It page; and tho
iiiniiy qui'MlintiH asked hy e ti fieri n n invalid, wbe
havedispared of cure, ere answered, and valuable
rn form at urn la volunteered to all who are la need ol
The subject of Electric Belt versus Medicine, and
the hundred and one question of vital importance
tosufferlng humanity, areduly considered and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other who tufTer from Ncrvonsand physical
Debility. Loss of Manly Vigor. Premature Kxhau
tion and the many L'loomy consequence of early
Indiscretion, etc., are especially beuefited by con
t'lltmg it content.
Tim "ELECTRIC KEViEW exposes the unmltl
Sated fraud praciiced by quick and medical im
postor who profe to "practice medicine," and
points out the ouly safe, simple, and effective road
to Health, Vigor and Bodily Energy.
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ITLVEIiMACJIER GALVANIC CO,.
Cor. Eighth A Vine Streets (Iwinuatl, 0.
A Speedy HU! Lffectiml Cure.
Perrv Davis Pain-Killer
L'a :ood t!:e tet of FORTY YEARS' trial.
(l)lrcctloti with each Bottle.
HOLD HY ALL imi-TCJOIsrH.
W VTVIH ' "'AI. AfiENTS everywhere
T I rill . t0 Tea. Coffee, Baking Pow-
lUTTTlinioTTiniri. etc.. hy mule. to faml-
lie. I'ruilt good. OtittSt fre. PEOPLE'S TEA
CO.. Boi bf. St. Loui. Mo
1 7 stop oiwANs r:ffi.f ?a
liioo.d. ouly New 1'iauo. r3 to tl.RUO.
ft Midsummer nfler illustrated free. Audresa
Daniel V. Beitty, Washington, N. J.
Agent Wanted for Smith' Bint Di'tm.vary and
Hui;MEwN PICTORIAL BIBLES
Addres. or Circular. A.J. IIoi.su A Co.. Pblla
or by tlieae is lice of duty, i entifled to a pen
sion. Every pensioner should have iuc examine hi
case or increase. Thousand of men are cot drew,
lug enough under the law. Widowa end depend'
fijt mother and father are entitled tu pension.
I'enaion claim of all kind promptly settled. Ad'
dress C. L. M'EKK, U. S. Pension Attorney. Iu
Malt Bittkhs Company.
Malt and Hops.
B I T T R S.
I.-'OR ENFEEBLED DIGESTION. Impoverished
Blood. Weak Lungs, Kidney, and Urinary
Oman. Consumption. Emaelatioti, Mental anil
Physical Exhaustion. Delicate Female, Nursing
.Mother, sickly Children, and Debility of Age,
MALT BITTERS arewaarauted more Nourishing
Sin lightening, Vitalizing and Pnrilytng by nin
of their richness in Bono and Muscle Prod ferine
Mate rial than all other form of malt or medicine,
w hile free from the object on urged against malt
liquors Prepared by the MALT BITTERS CO.,
from Interment-d Malt and Hop. Sold every
where. .MALT BITTERS CO Boston, Mas.
slS aiA" ekTiskm KSl'S.
Area.iidbyallll.irilwariiandn.irne Jieaier. Triers
la i.j rn. j I'Wmne horn- or mule hut h ir w !1 flil la
tin Iiiih of (roo.l. soniHthliitf of tfreat value, uini ei
1 ocially auapted to their wuut. t'oVI I'.T M K'Ci CO
Wr Tao v.N. Y., bole Manufaeturer.
C- H H H A Y" EAR and expense to
i i I agents. Outtlt free Address. 1'.
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UNIVERSITY OF VIROINIA
SUMMER LAW LK.f TI'HFS (nine weekly), lie-in
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proved of slunal use. 1st, to students whodeslun
to iirsuu their studies at this or other Law School:
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Qui Fowler .Paducah
Uraad Lake New Orleant
Jamoi D. Parker Memphla
City of Alton New Orleant
John A, Scuddcr St. Loula
Ham Roberta Bt. Loula
Dot Spur St. Loula
Oui Fowler Padnoah
Grand Lake. bt. Loula
J.D. Parker .'. Cincinnati
City of Alton St. Loula
Sam Roberta (jt. Loula
Uot Spur . st Loula
John A. Scudder New Orleant
Stage of river, 28 feet 8 inches; fall 10
The City of Helena is due this evening
lor St. Louis.
The Ste. Genevieve is the packet for
The Maude came out at 3 p. m. yester
day. She added liberally for Vicksburg.
The Parker did not telegraph Capt.
Hob Wise to bring her a hundred cots to
accomodate her thousand und one passen
gers. She had several rooms to spare when
she left here.
A careful examination of the forecastle
of the Alton, when she landed her yester
day, disclosed the fact that the bitts in tow
of the Morgan were never on the deck of
the Alton, They possibly belong to the
Dr. W. It. Smith is captain of the Van
Zint, and has placed her in tho trade be
tween the Illinois Central wharfboat and
the nurrow gauce coal-dump. She will in
a few days drop down to No. 1, and will
pick up any germs which may attempt to
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN THK P0STOFPICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
Jl'LY lti, 1B8U.
Brown, Polly; Bandy, Uarict; Blasdell,
Althea; Crabill, Charlotte; Clark, Mrs. B.
F.; Clark, Litty Ann; Carroll, Lizzie; Cum-
mings, -Ellen; Campbell, Jane; DeBow,
Emma; Delk, Harriet; Gregery, Harriet;
Gardner, Jane; Gnge, Mary; Hunt.
Fannie; Jenkins, Fannie; Jones, Mrs. Lou;
Lepoinette, Loula; Louis, Caroline; Monroe.
Mrs. A. A.; Meehan, Nellie ;Mimms, Nancy;
Moss, Martha; Mack, Catherine; Owens,
Richel; Power, Annie; Ross. Harriet; Stev
ens, Ellen ; Smith, Emma Stapleton, Kate ;
Sites, Addie; Thompson, Jennie; Thomp
son, Dafiney, Veach, Lida; Watkins, Mary
Andrews, AV. W.; Ashby, Chas. A.; But
ton, J. F.; Barken, D. A.; Cherry, M. B.;
Curran, Johnny; Cox.D. A.; Chauvet. Au
gustus; Dauman, Wm.; Daniels, Tom;
Davy, George; Dufrier, Albert; Davison,
B. F.; Forrest, W. M.; Fuller, Thomas;
Fitzgerald, Eugene; Ilogan, G. M.;
Haynes. Jas.; Horton, C. H.; James, Wm.;
Johnson, James; Jackson, Cyrus; Kearn,
Wm.; Kessler, Joseph; Leech, Frank; Lan
caster, Charles; Lee, Charles; Miller,
James; McCety. John; Memweather
Alfred; Neugebaurer, Joseph Orer
msn. Silas; Power, Mr.; Paints, John
H.; Reed, Dr, Wilson ; Rutlege, Jo; Rodgers,
John; Reed, Joseph; Savells, M. L.; Smith,
Jno. A.; Sill, F. M.; Stowell, C. C.;Swanzy,
A.; Turner, T. J.; Thompson, II. V.; Thom
as, James; Trainer, Henry ; Thurlow, II. C;
Voltine, Wesley; Williams, Wm.; White, S.
A. ; Weeden, Lewis ; Wilson, Frank ; Young,
Persons calling for any of the above
nancd letters will please say advertised.
G. W. McKeaig, P. M.
Snakes asufePestrovehs The loss of
life in India due to the ravages of venom
ous snakes is almost incredible. Yet the
disease which is as wily and deadly as the
deadliest Itidia reptile, is winding" its coil
around thousands of people while the vic
tims ore unconscious or its presence. It
has lung been a hobby with incompetent
physicians to uisume that consumption is
incurable after the tormaiiou of turbercles
has lii-giin ; and in every case thev fail to
effect a cure of course turbercles had be
gun to form and they were incurable. The
records ot mcipciil science disprove any
such theory. On the contrary, cases of
lung disease which had been cured and the
patients lived forty and fifty years in robust
health, post-mortem examinations showed
large cicatrices (scars) where, the tubercles
had been formed and removed. The tu
bercles are removed by absorption into tho
blood. An efficient alternative, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, must
be used to cleanse the blood of the scrofu
leus impurities. For tubercular consump
tion is only a form of scrofulous disease,
(iolden Medical Discovery is a sovereign
rcmcd.C for all forms of ttorotnlous disease.
or king's-evil. such ns tumors, white swell
ings, tever-sores, scrotulous sore eves, as
well as for other blood and skin diseases.
Mending with Flastku. If tlm wall
cracks In any pnrt of the house, tret five
.a . i4 . .
cents worm oi dry piaster of Fans, wet
with cold water and rub into the cracks
with vntir tinwra: rnli till it it amnntli
Nail-holes in tho wall may bo filled in the
same way. It the top of the lamp becomes
loose, take it off. wash it with noun and
water, wnsh tho glass also, to remove all
grease; then spread tho wet plaster around
the glass, put thn brass top on quickly, be
fore tho piaster has lima to h anion! 1t It
stand till quite firm and it will bo ready
for use. Korosono nil goftena tho plaster,
and therefore lamps should not bo filled
Fellows' Syrup of Hypophosphites sup
pliei matter for bono and blood, rendering
it highly beneficial for feeble children,
Paint splashes upon window-glass can bo
sily removed by a strong solution of soda.
In making any sauce put the butter and
flour in together, and your sauce will never
To keep bread moist: For hop ycost
Dread add when sponging the bread two
largo spoonfuls of finely masliod potato for
each ordinary sized loaf.
A certain euro for a felon is to wind a
cloth loosely about tho finger, leaving the
end tree. Pour in common gunpowder till
tho afflicted part is entirely covered. Keep
the whole wet with strong spirits of cam
phor. A lump of bread about the Bize of a bil
liard ball, tied up in a linen bag, and plac
ed in tho pot in which greens are boiling
will absorb tho gases which sometimes send
such an unpleasant odor to tho regions
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a receipt that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed enevlope
to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station I),
New York City.
A Great Enterprise The Hop Bitters
manufacturing company is one of Roches
ter's greatest business "enterprises. Their
Hop Bitters have reached a sale beyond all
precedent, having from their intrinsic value
found their way into almost every house
hold in the land. Graphic.
LIFE AND HEALTH.
A "Wonrtfrf ul Kemedy.
SAFE AMD SURE.
The Great Internal anil External Rem
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. MALARIA.
Diphtheria. I'neumo la. Sore Throat, Inflam
mation of the Lnnc. Ac, Lame Back, Inflamma
tion of the Kidney. Backache, Pilet, Buniena or
soreness of the Feet from whatever cause. Burn
or Staid, and all Inflammatory Dlseaaes. Prickly
Haat. Humor and all diseases of the skin. For
all female complaint and w eaknessea It hat no
equal. Thousands have been taved from an un
timely death by ita oe. Do not delay, bnt try it
It I a household neceasttv. Full nartlrnUr. In
our niuminaiea carua ana circulura, aent free,
upon application by mail.
A trial will benefit yon. We guarantee satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price. 50c. and II per
umbo.-. j rmi uviitea k,tc. soio. oy an arui&ta.
Sami'KL Gekiit a Ciimpivv.
Proprietor. !37 Broadway, New York
TirN ril usinea now beforo the pub
IJ U W I "c- Vou can make money
I 1 11 ll I faster at werk for u than at
I 9 I 1 K 1 1 anything else. Capital not
reouired. We will start you.
. . . , , . I1'- day and upward made
at borne by the Industrious. Men, women, hoy
and clrl wanted even where to work for us. Now
is the time. You can devote your whole time to tho
work, or onlv your spare moments. No other
" payyonnuariyas well. Noone will
ing to work ran fail t4 make enormout pay by en
gaging tot once, Costlv outfit and terma f
A great opportunity for making money easily and
u.iuurooiy. .mures lueta cu. Augusta .Maine
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED ON MONDAY
82.00 Per Annum
1.50 to Clubs ol Five and Upward!
ADMINISTRATOR'S KALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Py vlntie of an order of tho county court of Alex
ander county, lu the statu of Illinois, made at the
May turm thereof A. I) 1SK upon the petition of
the undersigned administrator of the estnto of
Jame Lawrence, deeeaed, against Narcla Hazle
wood, Edward . lla.lowood, Fruncla II. Law
rence, ami other, I will on
TL'EhDAVl'HK lTtb DAY OF AUGUST, A. D.
, , 1SHI.
at the hour of two o'clock p. m., of said
dnv, sell at public vendue at the aonthwest
orlydoor of the court honse In 'he city of C'uiro.
county of Aleiander and state of Dllnols, all
the Inttresl of the said J amen Lawrence, do
ceaedln and to the following described real es
tate situated In said cuunty of Alexauder and state
of Illinois, to-wlt:
The southeast quarter of the southwest quarter
and aonthwest quarter of the southeast quarter of
section number thirty-throe (Sl in township num
ber fourteen (Hi south range two (ii west: also the
northwest quarter of tho nnrtheastqnarter of sec
tion number thirteen (13) In township number fif
teen tl.'D south range two west; also lot number
two (J) In block number one (1) In the town of Han
dusky In said county ol Aleiander according to
the original plat of said town
Terms of balu: One-third cash In hand on tho
day of sale, one-third to he paid in six months
and one-third In twelve months from the day of
sale, the deferred payments lobe secureJ byuolo
drawing six per cent, interest and a mortgage' upon
the premises sold.
Cairo, Ills., June Sid W.
Whereas William Holme and Artallno Holmes
hi wife, by their certain mortgage deed, dated the
eighth (Hi b ,i day of February, A. D. 1S7S, and record
ed lu the office of the recorder of deeds within and
for the county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
on the eleventh day of March A. D. 18TS, in book
"Z" of sain mortgages on page Sii5, did convey to
George W. rihort, of said comity of Alexander,
as mortgagee, the premises hereinafter described,
to secure tho payment of one certain promissory
note executed by tho said William Holmes, and
bearing date February elifhlh(Sth) ls?S, calling for
One Hundred and Twenty-seveu and 'JH-1U0 dollar
(Jl-.T.-iii and payable to the order of the aia
(..corge W. Short, twelve months after the date
thereof with Interest at the rate of ten per cent per
annum, until paid.
And, whereas, it was provided in said mortgage
that in case oi default In tLe payment of said prom
issory note or any part thereof according to the
tenor and effect thereof, the said George W. Short,
bis legal representatives or a'toruey might sell the
premise described in said mortgage under the
powercontalned In the same for the purposes there
And, whereas, default has been made In the pay
ment of said note both of the principal and of all
the interest which has accrued upon the tame
since the date of Its execution.
And. whereas, the said George W. Short depart
ed this life.iutestate on or about the eighteenth da
of August... D. 1STS, and the undersigned was
duly appointed administrator of his estnte by ibe
county court of said county of Alexander, on the
third day of September. A. D. 1BTS. and is now
the sole administrator of his said estate.
Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given
that in pursuance of said mortgage deed and bv
virtue of the power and authority granted In and
by the tame to the legal representatives of the said
George W. Short. I, the undersigned administra
tor as aforesaid will on
THURSDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF AUGUST
A. D. IKsO, atthe hour of eleven o'clock a. m. ot
said day, at the front door of the court house in the
citv of Cairo in said conntv of Alexander seil at
public vendue tothe highest bidder lor cash, the
premises mentioned in said mortgage, and des
cribed as follow, namely: Lot number six (fi) in
black numbered one (11 in the town of Sandusky,
as the same is known and designated on the recorded
map or plat thereof, the same being a part of sec
tion number thirteen (ltt), In township number
Fifteen (15) south range two (2) west of
the third principal meridian in the
county of Alexander and state cf Illinois,
together with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenance thereunto be
longing, and all the rlght.title and i unity of re-
dempiion of the said William Holmes and Adeline
Holmes, nit wife, grantors in said mortgage, their
neirs ana assigns tncrein.
There will be due on the said day of talc the sum
of One Hundred Fiftv nine dollar and Twenty
centa ($1S.'J0) betide the cot and expenses of
tale. Jilt llAKL) Jv. UKMA.
Administrator of the estate of George W. Short
Cairo. Ills., July 2d issO.
TN the district court of the United States, for the
X Southern district of Illinois.
In Bankruptcy, No. Ui.
In the matter of Ernest Relchart, Andrea Doll
and David M. Knowles, bankrrpts.. Notice i
hereby given that a petition has been died in said
court by said David M. Knowles, late of Cairo. Ill
inois. now of Effingham, In the county of Efllng
ham. In said district, dulv declared hnnkrnnt. uu
der the act of congress of March 2d, lxto, and the
amendments thereto, for a discharge and certifi
cate thereof, from all his debts and other claims
provable under said act. and that the Sth day o
August. A. D. lw-n, at eleven o'clock A. M.. i as
signed for a hearing of the sumo by the said court
at the United State court rottm In the city of
Springfield, when and where all creditors of said
bankrupt, and all other persons in Interest may at
tend and show cause, if any thev have, why the
prayer of of said pellton should not be granted.
M. B. CONVERSE, Clerk.
Brown Y'oung. a-.tornovs for plaintiff.
Dated at Springfield July 1st, A. 1). 150.
In the Circuit Court. September Term IkW.
State of Illiuois, County of Alexander ss.
Sarah Burrest I
v v In Chancery Divorce
John T. Bnrres. '
Affidavit that the said JohnT. Burres. defend
ant above named has gone out of the state of I'll
no's and that upon diligent Inquiry his plare of
residence cannot he ascertained, having been filed
in the office of the clerk of the said circuit court of
Alexander county, notice I hereby given to the
said jonn 1 . nurress, tnat tne complainant here
tofore Bled her mil of complaint for divorce In
said court on the chancery side thereof, and
that a summon thereupon Issuedoiit of said court
against the said defendant retarnable nt the court
house in the said city I'Cairo, In said county of
Aiexanoer on tne inira .vionaay ot September. A.
D. lHSti, as Isby law rcquirer", which cause is now
pending and undetermined la said eonrt.
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
Cairo, July 12th, IKSl.
Hop Hitters urethe Purest and Best Hitters
They arc compounded from HOPS. BUC11U,
MANDRAKE and DANDELION the oldest,
best and most valuable mediclues in the world
and contain ull the bet and most cnrntive prop,
ertie of ull other Bitters, being the greatest
BLOOD PUHIFIFH, LIVER REGULATOR,
and Life and Health restoring agent on earth.
Nodlseaaeor ill health can possibly long ex
ist where these Bit er are used, so varied and
perfect are their operations.
They give uew life ami vigor to the aged and
lullnn. To all whose empl'iyiucnts cause irreg
ularity of the bowels or nrlnurv organs, or who
require an appetl.er. tonic and mild stimulant,
these Bitters are iuvuluuhle, being highly cura
tive, tonic and ttimulatiug, without intoxicat
ing. No mntterwhat your feeilngs or symptoms
are, whut the disease or ailment is. use Hop
Bitters. Dou't wait until you are sick, but if you
only feel bad or miserable, use the hitters at
oiich. It may save 'our life. Hundred haV
been saved hy so doing. t$.Mniwill be paid
for a caso they will not cure or help.
Do uot sudor yourself or let your friend suf
fer, but use and urge them to use Hop Bitters.
Remember. Hop Bitters is no vile, drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the purest and best medi
cine ever made; the Invalids Friend and
Hope," ami no person or family should he with
out them. Try (he Bitters to day.
Hop Bitters Mfg. Co.. Rochester. New Y'ork
an i Torouto, Canada.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Great chance to make mnn
Kf We need a person in
every town to lake ubcrlp-
Hons for the largest, cheap
est and best Illustrated
family publication lu the
world. Any one can become a successful agent.
Hit elegant work of art given free to tubtcriber.
The price I to low that almost everybody sub
scrlbus. One agent reports taking 120 suhscriher
In a day. A lady agent, reports making $2(K) profit
in tun liny. All w hoengage make money last. Yon
can devote all your time tn the hnsltiest.itronlv your
spare time, You liued uot bo away from 'homo
ov t nigh. You cuu do it s well a other. Fnll
direction and term free, Elcujint anil expensive
tiitfll free If you want prolltahle work tend n
your address at onie. It costs nothing to try the
bulnes. No one who engage, full to make great
pay. Addiest GEORGE STINSON 4 CO., Port
.1 l .
njioiesaie ami iteiaii
A -f v -w .
AXD .TAINT AND OIL DEALERS
y iiun.'Miiu uuu JAeraii
Dru, Paints Riches, Window Glass, Brushes, Perfumery,
Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc. '
RETAIL AND FAMILY
RETAIL and FAMILY PBESC1UPTI0N STORE
Cor. Eighth .Street and Washington Avenue.
GRAND PIANO COMPANY
?11 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
daWlirVZxcenDi'b'eTe,ln:'-e0f aCtlon, 'wt'e,Be'' Power brilliancy of tone, and peat
A flrst clase piano at a very moderate price. Send for illustrated catalogue.
GRAND PIANO CO.
Xob. 311 and 313 Plum Street, Cin'ti, O. ,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The EiegiuitSldewheol Paenger Steamer
Ssi CHAMPION a&l
A.J. B1IU Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every Monday and Thursday for
(. ape oirarueuu, si. horns, una way lamuugs,
A1RO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE felFk3 STATES.
On and after Monday, Juno 7th, and until lurther
notice the ferryboat will make tripe us follows:
LKAVKt LRAVIt LRAVEI
Foot Fourth tt. Missouri Latid'g. Kentucky Ld'g,
7;0fl a. m.
11:00 a. in,
ii:l p. m.
7:110 . m.
11:H a. m.
2::tl p. in.
8 a. m.
10 a. in
8 p. m
wp.m, &:) p.m. &;:p.m.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can give the
business trial without expense.
The host nnuortunllv ever offered fur
those willing to work. Yon should
try Uo.bma else till vou see for vour
ilf hai you can do at the btitluota we offer. No
loom to explain here. You ran devo.u all your
time or only your spare time to the bu.one, and
make great pay for every hour that yon work
Women make a much aa men. Send for siiecial
private term and particular, which we malt free,
S3 oniflt free. Don'tcomplain of hard time while
you have such a chance. Addra U. HAIXETT
i -n i m
TOLL'. ROCK AND RYE.
A New Compound, scientincaiiy
prepared BfHiilnam Toll!, Cmtnllwd Book
( amly. Old Rye Whisky and other Tonlct. The
jormula Is known to our nest physicians, la highly
commended by them, and the Analysltof one of our
most prominent chemist. Prof, (i, A. Mariner, of
Chicago, is on the label of every bottle, u It a well
knwn fact to the medical profession that TOLU,
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