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OmuiAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticut In tlili eolumn, eight centi per lino for
lrnt and Ave centi pur line etcb iutojuent tnaar
li.tn. For one week. 30 centa per lino, ior ono
taonth. 60 cent per line.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobilo oysters,
in bulk, for sale, by the dozen or huudred.
Especial attention is called to my daily re
ceipts of fresh Red Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacob Klee.
Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DuBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo data line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Rooms to Sent,
Furnished rootna for rent on 0th. street
third door from Commercial avenue.
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Use The Cairo Bclletht perforated
scratch -book, made of calendered jute
manillii equally pood for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 'Ohio levee.
Apply to Mrs. Fitzgerald,
up stairs at Thb Bulletin building.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
From date until the 20th inst., I will
sell hand-made boots and shoes, also ladies'
and children's shoes, at actual cost. II.
Block, Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Ilmse of five rooms and kitchen, nett to
court house hotel, on Twenty street. Key
may bo had at court house hotel. Apply
to Jacob Kline.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Go to Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 3 to 5 poundB. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
On Thrty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belta and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
and other persons alllicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, and many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousncsF. nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 5. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. V. Sold in
Cairo by Bui clay Bros.
Whooping Cough is successfully treated
by separating tho patients beyond heuriug
distance of each other, and by tho employ,
nient of Fellows' Ifypophosphites. Tho
above named treutment has been found
From the Proud Stand-point
Bf superior "style," the languid city beauty
surveys tie imaginary physical shortcom
ings ot her rustic female cousin. Yet if
the latter possess a finer set of teeth, as slio
probably does if she uses Sozodont, and the
metropolitan belle does not, that striking
contrast so much in her favor enables her
to turn tho tables with a vengence. Pearly
teeth are better than "style."
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous 'weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
A Popular Tonic
KOU WEAK LtlNClH AND CONSUMPTION.
No DreDaration ever introduce! tn thn
' American public, for tho relief and cure of
toughs, Colds, Bote Throat, Debilitated
Constitution, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of tho disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." Tho
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter ol the country, attesting tho stun
mating, tonic ana ncaiing euects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reador ot its intrinxic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, bavins
pleasant taste and agrceuhle flavor, will
satisfy all those who aro afllictcd or pining
. away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and nye.l Chicago limes.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Hotloaa In the coinmni, tea ceou per line
tea I wanton. rKa
:, Wasted A newspaper compositor to
, work at a case in The Bulletin office.
V- Read Jacob Kleo's notice of fresh fish
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THE DAILY CAIRO
The trial of the Ashland murderers is
' Mr. B. F. Blake to making a numbor
of changes in the arrangemeut of his busi
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald's new brick
business house is almaat entirely finished
and is already occupied on the first floor as
a feed storo.
Mr. Jeff M. Clark is sporting a hand
some new sign over the door of his paint
shop, on Washington avenuo. It is an ex
cellent specimen of his talent as a painter,
Messrs. C. O. Patier & Co. are having
more shelving put up in tho Now York
store, for tho sake of greater convenience
and for tho accommodation of new goods.
The PaducaU small-pox patient, who is
being treated at the pest house in this city,
was not entitled to treatment in the marino
hoHpital station, and was not received at tho
hospital as a river man.
The ferry boat Three States now makes
regular daily trips to Fort Jefferson. She
will mane one trip down there Sunday af
noon, which would be quite a pleasure trip
if the weather does not interfere.
Jailer llaz. Martin made his' last trip
around town with the jail gang yesterday,
clearing the street crossings of mud. Ho
Vill now give close attention to hia duties
as police officer.
The general heavy rise in the Ohio
river has resulted in lifting large quantities
of wood from the bottom lands and sweep
ing it down stream. Since yesterday the
river at this point is black with it at times.
At tho meeting held in the Presbyte
rian church Thursday night, Messrs. C. W.
Henderson, George Fisher, William Strat
ton, 0. Haythoro, B. F. Blake and two oth
er gentlemen were elected trustees of the
church for the ensuing year.
In the case of Bauers vs. Lehning,
Susanka and Sackenbprgcr, in which the
jury found a verdict in favor of plaintiff, the
court overruled said verdict so far as Jacob
Lehning is concerned and granted him a
Mr. Fred Kochler bought two mafini
ficent head of beef yesterday. lie will
give them the beBt of care for a few days,
and then offer them to hia patrons over the
counter at his stand, on the south side of
Eighth street, in any style or quantity de
sired. Due notice of tho time of sale will
A number of ladies and gentlemen
met at the Presbyterian church last night
for the purpose of organizing for the mus
ical convention, which opens there next
Jlon-Uy wvoning. Much interest was man
ifested by those present., and the conven
tion promises to be a grand success in every
Congressman Thomas introduced a bill
ast Monday, proposing a constitutional
amendment prohibiting bigairy or polyga
my in any state or territory and declaring
all marriage ceremonies where a previous
valid marriage exists as null and void, and
providing that all violations of tho proposed
law bo declared felony, disqualifying the
guilty party from voting or holding any
office of honor, profit or trust.
A negro named John Marshall was ar
rested by Chief Meyers yesterday upon a
warrant sworn out by two negro women
charging liim, Marshall, with having
abused them by calling them bad names,
etc. Marshall was fined fivo dollars and
costs for tho offence. This was tho extent
of tho criminal business dono in the police
court of this city yesternay.
Tho Egyptian'gun club, of this city,
held a meeting at the office of Dr. C. W.
ocelyu laBl evening to elect officers of tho
organization for tl.e ensuing year. Mr. F.
8. Kent was elected president; Dr. G. G.
'arker, secretary, and Mr. W. R. Halliday,
treasurer. A board of directors was also
elected. Tho officers were the same who
ad served during tho lust year. The club
is composed entirely of Cairo gentlemen, to
the number of about twenty.
Paducah Enterprise: "Mayfield, Ky.,
January 11. Charles McElrath, son of Mr.
John McElrath, died hero this evening.
ho doctors Bays he had a well-developed
caso of small-pox, and as many-have been
to see him and the family been out consider
able, more cases are feared. The deceased
had but recently returned from Cincinnati,
where it is supposed he contracted the dis
ease, lie was taken sick last a nuay. Ho
was twenty-one years of age. His father
is now in New Orleans. Considerable ex
citement exlBts over the case."
A few days ago burglars broke into
the storo of Mr. Frank Miller, of Cobden,
and stole about two hundred dollars in
cash. About tho Bamo timo a storo in
Makanda was broken into and robbed of
goods to the amount of about forty dollar!
No clue to the burglars had been discover;
ed at last accounts. From this one may
judge that tho littlo towns in this part of
the state aro infested with lawless charac
tersrwho nre determined tomako a giving
fact that Cairo has been very littlo troubled
with burglars during the last year, wm
miiHt bo attributed to tho vigilance of h;
littlo police forco.
The man Sullivan, an old cripple, who
wag left here soveral days ago by tho steam
er City of Helena, was put aboard of the
steamer Gold Dust last night by Chief
Meyer and officer Mahanny to be sent
back to Memphis from whence ho came
Ho was apoor old cripple who would have
lived at tho expuuse of the pooplo of the
city for a while and have finally become a
permanont boneflciary of the county, no is
a good ridance and the officers deserve cred
it for' taking care that ha got back to his
rightfull place of residence. '
Mr. II. W. Kendall, in the Quincy
Whig, calls attention to the effect of vac
cination in Ireland. Ho Bays that previous
to 1870 the annual mortality from small
pox in that island was from five thousand
to seven thousand, and had been for ono
hundred years. In that year compulsory
vaccination was enforced, and the mortality
fell to three hundred, and in 1871, alter
the compulsory act was fully enforced,
there was not a case in Ireland. There
have been but few since.
Paducah Enterprise: "Mr. Henry Bur
nett, our fellow citizen and one of the
brightest members of tho Paducah , Bar,
will, on Tuesday next tho 17th inst., wed
Miss Susie II. Dallam, the most beautiful
and intelligent young lady of Henderson,
Ky. The ceremony will occur at the
homo of tho bride and will be conducted
accordiug to the rites of tho Episcopal
church. After the marriage the couple
will take a bridal tour of Beveral weeks
through the southern Btates."
JuJge Davidgo opened tho argument
for the prosecution in tho Guitcau trial on
Thursday. At tho close of the day a most
sensational scene occurred. The district
attorney made a most violent speech against
the prisoner being allowed to again address
tho court from tho counsel table, as is pro
posed in his closing argument in his own
defense. This set tho prisoner off in a
clamor, Mrs. Scoville into teafs and loud
sobs and the audience into applause. For
several moments the scene was very sensa
tional and thrilling:. '
Great excitement reigns in Mayfield,
Ky., because of tho death from small-pox of
young Chas. McElrath. Telegrams for
vaccine virus were coming to Paducah all
day Thursday, while many parties, not car
ing to risk delay, camo on the train after
the matter. So many called to see tho sick
man before it was known that ho had the
small-pox that other cases are almost cer
tain to break out, and the excitement and
fear is but natural. A gentleman of the
place, who was in Paducah Thursday said
that nothing occurring in the place for
years has raised such a decided sensation.
Tho eighth annual meeting of the
Southern Illinois Medical association,
which is to be held.af Normal hall, in
Carbondale, on the 18th and 19th instants,
will be opened by an address trom the pres
ident, Mr. n. V. Ferrell, of Carterville.
At the third session, to bo held on tho
morning of the second day, Dr. H. Ward
ner, of the Anna insane asylum, will read
an address upon the subject of "Care of
Insane by tha State." Other interesting
papers will be read by other delegates to
the convention. The railroads running into
Carbufidale will reduce return faro one
third. Mr. Carpenter, in charge of the Dan
ville, Olney & Ohio river railroad survey, is
in Carmi. He reports tho present line from
Olnty to Metropolis through Wayne,
Aamilton, Saline and other counties aa
rather rough, not equal to the svrvey by
way of Carmi and Shawneetown. As an
other road is being surveyed from Shawnee
town to Metropolis, which, should the D.,
0. & 0. R. tako the route being surveyed,
would be a competing' line, the chanccB are
that the road will finally be run so as to
connect with the Shawneetown road, and
that the company will then buy out that
line. By the route through Shawneetown
a better section of country is opened up,
also a country that is destined ero long to
be tho mining section of the state.
A good sized audience gathered at
Reform hall, on Eighth street, last night.
It was composed of grown and of young
people, all deeply interested in the advance
ment of the cause of temperance. It wa8
the regular meeting of the Cairo Temper
ance Reform club and was very interesting,
although no famous foreign orator was pres
ent. Several fiery little speeches were made
y members of tho organizations, Beveral
songs were Bung; some business of minor
importance was' transacted, an interesting
pap"crwas read, and a number of other
things were dono which made tho time
pass both pleasantly and profitably to all
Hows from Washington, under dato of
tho 11th. instant, says that David J. Baker
Jr. son of Judge David J. Baker, ot this
city, has been designated as a cadet to West
Point. It will be remembered that young
jewett Jiaaer, ot this city, anil young Rob
roy Ridenhaucr, of Vienna, wero recom
mended to tho examining authorities at
West Point by Congressman J. R. Thomas
of this congressional district, as candidates
fortxamination for the cadetship, and it
seems that young Baker, who was recom
mended as alternate by Mr. Thomas, proved
to bo the better fitted of the two for the
honor of a cadetship, -'lie, is certainly
worthy of the honor' conferred upon him
and deserve Congratulation.
A dispatch from Washington Bays: "It
docs not seem very likely that the Missis
sippi valley members will secure the special
committee on tho improvement of that river
for which they have been recently working
up a boom. Similar attempts have been
made in previous congresses and havo tailed
principally because of tho opposition of
tho commerce committee. To designato a
special committee on tho improvement of
the Mississippi would deprive tho com
merce committee of a big slice of its im
portance. At a meeting held on the 10th,
tho commerce committee decidod to appoint
a sub-committee to go before tho committee
on rules and protest against the appoint
ment of the proposed special Mississippi
river improvemsnt committee. As men
tioned in tho beginning of this dispatch,
there is now but very littlo chance of the
special committee boing appointed."
The two prisoners; Collins and Coney,
who rnadu their escape from tho Chester
penitentiary on Saturday night, at 10
o'clock, did so by cutting a hole through
tho roof. Of the manner of escape and
capture, tho Valley Clarion says: "Last
Saturday evening two more men broke out
of tho penitentiary, from the. solitary this
time. One was Tom Collins, ono of the
highway robbers who held up the superin
tendent of the Gartside coal company last
spring, and was sent up for ten years. He
had been on bread and water for about a
week in the solitary and .thought it time to
change his boarding place. The other con
vict was John Coney, by 'many believed to
be Emile Hobusch, of this city, Bent up
from Clinton county, more than a year ago
for larceny. His term was two years and
10 had but two months more to serve. The
escapo was made at about ten o'clock p. in.,
and it was discovered tHat they were gone
about 11 o'clock. Mr. Frank Gustin was
guarding the solitary at the timo and the
escapo was effected by cutting a hole
through tho roof. The operation was con
ducted so noiselessly that Mr. Gustin did
not hear any commotion. Men wero im
mediately dispatched in search of the
fugitives and have been following their
trails for tho last two days with no success
so far. Later. The fugitive convict were
recaptured yesterday morning in the barn
of Mr. Frank Clore, near this city. Mr.
Phil Clore, who lives on the adjoining
premises, was absent from homo early in
the morning, and on returning found un
mistakable evidence of the presence of bur
glars. Summoning assistance, he searched
the premises and found the remains of a
fire in a neigboring hollow, and, conclud
ing that the burglars had sought shelter
from the rain, the party proceeded to ex
plore Mr. Frank, Clore's barn. A pitch
fork run into the straw came in contact
with a human and a cry and a double cap
ture resulted in short order.
On Wednesday corporal punishment
was inflicted upon a little male scholar in
one of the lower rooms in one of the public
schools in this city. Tho little fellow had
probably been mischievioas and deserved
some kind of punishment ; he was taken into
the recitation room and there flogged. He
was, perhaps, not severely flogged; but his
cries were heard by all his schoolmates,
whose little hearts, no doubt, palpitated
wildly with anxiety and compassion for
their suffering little school fellow. Borne
of these scholars, especially the feminine
portion of them, arc very sensitive and the
pilious cries of the punished boy rendered
many of them too nervous to pursue their
lessons properly. Others laughed about it,
of course; for children aro differently con
stituted some aro accustomed to receive a
flogging themselves every day and a verbal
rebuke every hour. But the sensitive ones
were shocked, and some of them came homo
that evening, sought their parents and,
amid sobs and tears, told them tho story
of the flogging, and expressed a fear that
they might bo similarly dealt with if they
did not attend to their books properly, for
one of the teachers had intimated as much.
Whatever others may believe, The Bulle
tin is of opinion that this is not as it should
bo. Thh Bulletin is constitutionally op
posed to corporal punishment as a means of
enforcing obedience in our public schools.
Thk Bulletin is of opinion that a teacher
should not rulo his or her scholars with the
ruler or tho rod ; that tho CrcekleS of Dick
ens time havo no business in tho public
schools of to-day. There aroanumber of
ways in which disorderly scholars may bo
punished, which will not Bhock tho sensi
tive natures of the littlo lookers-on, which
can bo inflicted without a sacrifice of dignity
on the part of tho teacher and without ex
citing the obdurate offender to greater Btub
bornncss. But if nono of theso various
means, invented oy experience anu gooa
judgment and humanity for the punish
racnt of persistently offending scholars, has
tho desired effect, then suspension hay,
not only, but should, be resortod to. Thb
Bulletin questions tho wisdom, tho hu
manity and tho dignity of corporal punish
ment in our public schools. The rod as a
means of punishment in our public schools
is as much a relic of barbarism as would bo
tho whipping-post In our jail yard. Cor
poral punishment in our public schools and
a flogging in the jail yard are alike brutal
and brutalizing. Neither has the rcspoct
of intelligent people, neither can bo recog-
nizod as consistent with the civilization of
our day. Common sense despises both alike,
humanity denounces them and good govern
ment sunnreBB them. Lot both ho buried
Bido bysido with tha stake and foggot.
tho wrack and tho thumb-screw.
Mr. Scymoro, assistant superintendent of
the Chicago division of the Illinois Contra
railroad, will probably leavo to-day for Chi
cago on business.
Tho littlo child of Mr.A.T. DeBaunii
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STUART'S POPULAK and RELIABLE
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
LEADER OF LOW and POPULAR PRICES
Announco a great reduction in prices of Dress Goods, Hosiery. Gloves and Undurwear
which should attract the attention of cash buyers. Our limited snaco comDols us to move
stock and our rapidly growing trade necessitates our enlarge of all departments of our
business. We do not wait for business to come to ug but propose to bring it, and are the
only houso in the city who are busy all tho year round. Boo our Great bargains in Dress
- w a
Goods at 12, 15 and 20 cents. Dress Ginghams roduced from 15 and 15 cents to
and 10 cents. 100 dozen Ladies', Gents' and
and 25 cents. Childs Underwear from 15 cents up. Ladies' and Gents' Marino Under
wear 25, 35, 40, BO and 05.
5,000 yards Hamburg Edging and
prices never before Been in tho city. Bleached
Any statements we mako in print can bo relied on as being substantially correct and
aro always strictly adhered to. Buyers of dry goods will find it to thoir intereat to buy
now, and by giving us your trado the coming year you will save money;
Missos Addie Wilcox, Millie Dodds and
Nellio Krohe, of Anna, will bo down to at
tend tho musical convention in this city
Mr. Fred Allen, train' despatcheron the
Illinois Central railroad, has gone to Mis
souri on a short visit to friends.
Tha jury in the caso of the-family of
Edward Jones vs. the Illinois Central rail
road company, to which, as stated in yester
day's Bulletin, the case was submitted at
4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, did not find
a verdict until 2 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, having been confined in the jury room
without food for ten hours. At this time a
verdict in favor of the plaiutiffwas agreed
upon, the amount of damages being placed
at three thousand dollars. The cause of
tho delay in arriving at a verdict was that
two of tho jurymen wanted to place the
amount at three thousand one hundred and
fifty dollars, to which the others firmly
Io the case of Jane Lindsey vs. the Illi
nois Central railroad company, in which the
former sued the latter for five thousand
dollars as damages for the death of her
husband, for which the company is alleged
to have been responsible, the plan tiff took
a non-suit yesterday for reasons satisfactory
to her attorneys. The amount of damages
sued for was five thousand dollars. Court
adjourned early in the afternoon, to convene
again at 0 o'clock this morning with pros
pects of taking up a new caso during the
LI8T OK LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN THE rOSTOXHICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
6ATUUDAT, JAN. 14, 182.
Boren, L J
Crippco, M E
Marcum, Mary C
Schou, Agnes 2
O'Neal, Molly M
Thompson, Dafney, 2 ThoThpgon, Fanny
Van Oaron, Mary A Walker, Fanny
Williams, Gincy Williams, Sola.
Allen, W R
Anderson, Geo W
Allen, Hiram or Moses
Burns, Joe P
Cooley, Jaa H 2
Carver, D P
Duncan, Alfred (col) Driscol, Rich
Eldridge, W R Flaton, L
Fletcher, II II
Fry, Geo R
Fallis, B F
Grayham, Sanford 2
Howe, John J
Hastings, Jaa II 5
Hughes, Will A
Jenkins, T J
KinsaU, S S
Lommer, J II
Maclin, J D
O'Hara, 0 P
Rush, C A
Tabor, Jams v
Wito, 0 A
French, 0 S
Harmon, Gus 2
Hanlon, P II Rev
Lightner, A 8
Mallory, Melsor M
Merrick, W W
Mulling, J B
Meltorl, II M
O'Brian, J H
Stevens, Wm A
Winfrce, A B
Yates, CJ. -
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertisod.
Geo. W. McKeaio, Postmaster.
"Indian DeDartmont."WaRhinirton, D.C.
I am anxious to introduce Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup among my Indians, having
used it mvsolf tor soveral months, and
think it one of the finest remedies I ever
found. I assure you, it is tho only thing
that evor relieved me of a protracted cough,
brought on by exposure while on the Sioux
Coramlston last year. A. w. uoone,
Agent for Poncas and U.B.Commislonar.
i ' ,.' ' '
Children's Hose to close at 5, 10, 15, 20
Inserting will bo placed on sale next week at
and Brown Cotton at old price.
O. K. STUART.
CAPTAIN B. F.CURTIS
At Hodgea Park.
Capacitv 20,000 Per Dav
And li Prepared to Oil all ordvri promptly.
Corner Eighteenth and Toplar Streets.
'The Choral Society, of Colro, have made ar
rangtrat'DM for th holiliog of a Mistical Coutcd
Hon In Cairo, commencing
MONDAY, JANUARY 16
Friday, January 20.
The Convention will b under the direction of
W. F. S1IERWIX,
ofClnclnnatl, who ha a well known repatntioij
an an able conductor. Toe iteMloni of the eon
entlen will be held at the PrenbYtvriaB Church at
8 p. m. and 7:3o p. m. On Friday evening a
. GRAND CONCERT
will be given at the
Cairo Opera House,
In which It If expected
75 OR MORE SINGERS
will take prt.
Peaaon ticket to the convention and concert
ticket can be obtained at I', l. Schnh'e, Barclay
Hroe'.and Geo. O'iiara'a Seaon lltkutu, fl.VO
each; concert ticket 50 et. each. Reterved evata
for concert can be obtained without extra charge.
The purchrtaor of a ae&aun ticket will receive a con
cert ticket free.
The Choral Society hope that the cllliseni of
Cairo will heartily cooperate with the Society in
thia effort to Incrpaae the Interest and c'lHiVKtu the
tau of our people in mu.ic. And the bocluty
niont cordially ex lend to the cltlzcnr of t:ic cltion,
town and country scar Cairo who take an lntereet
in munic, an Invitation to take part in the work of
tho convention, which will embrace Instructions
in vocal mu.ic especially In the tlncing of church
mutlc, oratorio cboruaea, English gleea. Ac
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