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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY AloilNlNG, MARCH 21, 1S82.
TIFE PATLY BULLETIN.
m t BulloUs Building, Waiolaetoi Menu
BNTKHKI) AT T8B rOST OWCSt IN CAIHO, XL
UNOIS, At SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
VfWikL PAPER OP CITT AND COT7HTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEilS.
VnUtA la thin eolomn. debt cenM per line for
rat mil Ave cenii per line em u..i"v
month, 60 cent per Una
a Ibuitli'u F.itmSt'lwtS
at A. T. Dolkuu's, CO Ohio lcvcc.
TJso Tub Caiho Hlllktin perforated
cratch-book, malu of calendered jute
niauilla, equally ood lor ink or pencil. For
sain, in ttiree sines, at tlio office. No. 2 and
8. fivo And ten cents each by the single ono,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun s, 56 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted tub, suited to any business, manufac
ured aad for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Eitra Selects .
at A. T. DeUliuu'a, 56 Ohio levee.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tweon Henry Elliott and.G. W. Buchanan,
undur the linn name of Heury Elliott &
Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Henry .Elliott withdrawing, Mr.
Buchanan will continue the business at the
old stand, No. 78 Ohio Levee, will collect
all bills due the old firm, and pay all its
debts. Tho office of Henry Eiliott is at
No. 101 Commercial avenue.
. o. w. 'bucbasaw .
Cairo, Ills., March 1 1883. 2t.
" Masonic Notice.
1 A regular convocation of Cairo Chapter
No, 71, It. A. M. will be held in Maonic
hall this (Tuesday) evening, March 21st,
at 71j o'clock sharp.
Jas. S. Re.vudex, 3ec'y.
. Taxes! Taxes!!
Parties owing fctaxes can pay without
cost until April 1st, when I am compelled
by law to advertise property for taxes.
Jons IlooaES, Sheriff.
Frcsli Oysters , . ,
at DcBaun's, 58 Ohio levee.
rOR WEAK IXN08 ASD CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of tlio disease, Las ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
. the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are tho Inst evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can bo
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of tho re
lief to.be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
i at A. T, DeBaun'a, 50 Ohio levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Votlcet In theae commni, tea cents per line,
Itch Insertion. Merkei
Next Thursday the Illinois legislature
, tncets in spocial session.
The cry for bread! and boats continues
to be heard from portions of tho flooded
-A regular convocation of Cairo Chapter
No. 71, R. A. M. is called for to-night in
' The firm of H. Elliott & Co. has been
dissolved by mutual consoDt as will be
loen from special locals this morning.
If the Ohio contiuues to full here at its
" rata of yesterday," about four-tenths per
day, thesewers can bo opened Thursday or
Friday. .' .
Xhe Cleveland Garfield monument es
sociatioa reports ' $100,000 received, of
which thft people of Cleveland contributed
$75,000. The design is toraiso $250,000.
The addition of $730,000 to tho Mis
sissippi river appropriation is coupled with
a proviso that the gross amount be used to
. improve tho river from fit. Paul to its
i. mouth. . -
A number of men aro employed on tho
' Iron Mountain road between horo and
Charleston, repairing tho damaged track as
tha water recedes. As yet Charleston and
. Belmont axe still cut off from Cairo.
For several days past Chief Myers lias
, been engaged in drying soma of tho sacks
' " ' taken to the Mississippi levue for uso whon
the water1 threatened the levee, but which
wen not noeded. There were about six
. thousand fire hundred of them, all wet, but
,'v nre now as good at any.
y Alcz. II. Stephens, ex-vico president of
; the late confederacy, and for several years
. east representative in congress from Goor
: rU, in an interview with the Post-Appeal
.; at Atlanta, the other day,' announced his
7-?0sc not again to bo a candidate lur any
Sunday's fi;rry boat excursion to Wick-
liir Kf . was more brcclv utti ndod than
- i j -
was expected in view of tho usuul threaten'
ing weather. The trip in itself was pleas
ant and was made more so by ono of Cairo's
popular bruss bands.
Tho Jefferson avenuo Boulevard, from
'Carey Roach" wet. is a very fashionable
resort lately. Skiffs, boats, barges and
boxes, with rowers of all colors, ago, sex
and conditions throng tho placid basin of
its water day und night.
Tho counting room of Tins Bum-ktin
is, for the present, in the oftlco of Messrs.
Cunningham & Smith, on O!iio levee, from
8 a. m. to 5 p. ni. Orders should bo left;
during other times, favors should be sent
to the office on Commercial avenue, over
Fruzior's shop. tf,
The secretary of war estimates that
about 85,000 persons have been rendered
destitute by the overflow of tho Mississippi
and its tributaries. Of these 30,000 are ac
credited to the stato of Mississippi, 20,000
to Arkansas, and .23,000 to Louisiana. It
is believed that the necessity for relief wiJl
continue from thirty to sixty days.
Invitations to tho marriage of Miss
Jennie L. Gash and Mr. Charles E. Baugh
man were sent out yesterday. Tho happy
evont will take place at tho Presbyterian
church, in this city, at 8 o'clock Thursday
evening, March 23J. The great popularity
of these young peoplo will insure ono of
the most brillant affairs of its kind ever cel
Moved by tho complaints of manufact
urers and snippers against me revised
schedulo of freight rates which went into
covet January 1, the Illinois railroad com
missioners have made sonio changes in
classification on minor articles. Tho reduc
tions made aro not groat and apply mainly
to tho lighter articles of merchandise. The
new schedule will go into effect April 10.
Among the associated press dispatches
of Friday appeared tho following from
Cairo: "Tho United States senatorial fight
has commenced in earnest in Southern Illi
nois. A lengthy article will be published
this tveck, advocating tho claims of Green
B. Riiutn." Until now tho "lengthy arti
cle" has not been forthcoming, neither has
there been much of a senatorial tuht in this
Dart of the state.
Yesterday's news from tho hospital re
voals the following: Kelly, the man who
was shot while resisting an officer, was not
in as good a condition as could have
been desired, though his recovery
is not entirely despaired of. Ilouston,
tho last negro small pox patient, was also
in a very bad condition and may not recov
er. Jackson, another small pox case, was
also very low, and another man, O'Brien,
who is under treatment for an ulcer, is also
in a dangerous condition. The other pa
tients,amongthemanother small-pox patient,
aro all doing well and will recover.
The negro Samuel Joseph, who shot at
another negro named Frank Foggy a lew
days ago, and whoso preliminary
examination was 6et in Justice
J. II. Robinson's court for yesterday after
noon, took change of venue to Justice O.
A. Osborne, where the4cxamination was had.
A number of witnesses to tho fracas were
present and both sides were represented
by counsel. The examination
occupied the greater portion of the after
noon and ended in a commital to jail of the
prisoner uuder a boul of four hundred
There is a demand at tho hospital for
men's clothing of almost every description.
The poor felllows who find thoir way there
aro mostly possessed of but ono suit, or
moro correctly still, a part of ono suit, and
this is often in a rory dilapidated condition.
In cases of small pox tho city has been
furnishing new clothing when the patients
were discharged and had tho old clothing
destroyed; but in many other cases the sis
ters have had to supply tho need. It is d e
sireahlc, therefore, that citizens who have
any old clothing to spare send it up to tho
hospital, where it will be thankfully re
ceived and put to good use.
The remains of Win. Mahaffy, who
was killed on the Wabash road near Eldo
rado last Saturday, were brought down on
that road last Sunday nftcrnoou. Ho was
a brakctr.an on tho road named and a citi
zen of Cairo, living on Eighth street, and
oaves a young wife, to whom ho was but
recently married, and his parents, who ro-
tide np town.' Tho caboose , of his train
jumped tho track near' Eldorado and in
endeavoring to stop tho train by putting on
tho brakes ho made a misstep, fell across
tho track between tho cars and was cut in
two. His remains were interred nt Villa
Ridgo yesterday forenoon, accompanied
thero by a number of friends and relatives.
As was intimated iu Tiik Bulletin
several days ago, Mr. T. B. Ellis, who tins
for some time been engaijed in tho hotel
business n Bt. Louis, will return to this
city and tako charge of tho Hotel De Win
ter soon. Ho will probably mako some
changes in tho business, by which he will
dispense with tho kitchen and diuing room,
and provide only lodging for any who may
desiro it; but of this nothing certain is as
yet ltnown. Mr. Henry Winter, who
successfully and satlsfacto-
my conductor the hotel for
several years, retires to concentrato his at
tention upon his other branches of busi
nosa, i '
This mild weather has been the causo
of nn early blooming of fruit trees
"! it will not now bo much
longer beforo tho yards and walks will be
strewn with tiny, bright-colored, but
withered blossoms. As yet there have been
no complaints in this part of the state be
cause of tho killing of fruit, although a
frost of some scvorcity passed over us a
short time ago. If tho fruit did esoapo un
injured, it was only because of the dry cou
tlition of tho buds, for the freeze was cer
tainly severe enough to have done great
damage to peaches, cherries, pears and
sprlcots, had tlio buds been wet. '
Uuder direction of tho county com
maionors upon thoir orders, Const able Guy
Morse issued rations to a number of peoplo
at tho business ,placo of Chief Myers, on
Tenth street, yesterday. About
two thousand rations ; wero issued
Tho officers sought out tho few families
most needy and brought thorn a good slmrc.
Thero is comparatively little actual want in
tho city, but tho rations went rapidly and
the crowd was great and eager while they
lasted. The oflicers of the city kept a look
out for any cases of real suffering and will
report them to County Commissioners T.
W.Hallidsy ond Teter Saup, or to -Dr. Win.
Wood, who will furnish relief.
Charleston Courier: ,lOur friend M.
V. Rodney was in town on Saturday and
gavo us the following facts about tho high
water: The river has fallen 2 ft. 3 in. in
cluding 11-4, inches during tho previous 24
hours. Mr. Rodney carao out to milo post
No. 0, on the Cairo branch of tho I. M.
road and reports the iron broken in three
places. Between mile posts 7 and 0, nine
hundred yards of .track are washed away.
Capt. Kenney, the indefatigable, and Tobin,
the wild, embarked in Rodney's dugout
"Argosia" and capsized about '300 yards
cast of mile post No. 0. East of IIutTs
Btation the water has played tho very mis
chief. It was 4 ft 9 in. in Rodney's yard,
washed away over 13,000 rails and drowned
all his hogs. The water was 1C inches
deep iu Mr. Rodney's house."
County Judgo R. 8. Yocura convened
court yesterday morning for the pupose of
hearing complaints of citizens against the
sidewalk assessments recently made in
accordance with an order from the
city council, and for which judgement had
been rendered in favor of the city. The
number of complaints was very great, and
if all complaints aro sustained by the
court, it is certain that the amount
to be obtained from sidewalk assessments
will be much less than is now expected by
the city authorities. But as upon a former
occasion, tho complaints were not heard.
The court found ' upon inves
tigation that public notice of
judgment had not been given in time by
the city and therefore continued the bear
ing of objections until the 1st of April
At one o'clock yesterday afternoon the
Ohio river stood at forty-five feet eleven
inches on tho government gauge at this
poin having fallen seven inches during
the previous twenty-four hours. At six
o'clock lost evening it stood at just forty
five feet seven and a half tenths, During
the period of time above mentioned tho
rivers fell as follows at points above Cairo:
Chattanooga, one foot three suches; Nash
ville, two inches; Louisville, one inch. At
Cincinnati it was on a stand, and at St.
Louis a rise of three inches took place. At
Puducah a steady fall of ono foot per
twenty-four hours was reported yesterday.
The sudden check in the rate of decline
was of course duo to tho rains which pro
vailed in the valley within tho last few
Yesterday's weather bulletin gavo evi
dence of a great change in the atmosphere
of the northwest. While at some points
heavy fall, characterized tho thermome
ter, at others thero were strong
rises. Tho most notable changes, and
which aro likely to affect Cairo some, were
a fall of twelve degrees at Bismarck, where
the thermometer stood at six above zero,
and a fall of forty-two degrees at North
Platte, leaving it at eleven above zero. At
Yankton it stood at twenty-three degrcos
abovo zero. Light snow was reported from
Bismarck, Yankton, St. Imis, Pittsburgh,
and heavy snow from Dubuque. Heavy
rain was reported from Cincinnati and
Keokuk, and light rain from Davenport,
Dubuque, Omaha, Pittsburg, St. Louis,
Yankton and Bismarck.
For reasons satisfactory to himself, Mr.
Julius Serbian, who had chargo of the
work on tho Mississippi luvee, resigned tho
position last Saturday night. Tho chief
reason for this action on his part was prob
ably that some dissatisfaction was express
ed at soino of tho men in his employ. The
work done under his supervision was well
done and met fully tho approbation of the
coinmittco which would, for this reason,
have liked to retain him. Tho instructions
of tho street committee, through its chair
man, Mr. Blako, are wlso and should be
carried out; but inasmuch as they
contemplate the employment of
as many different needy peoplo in the city
as possible, some have taken it into their
heads that tho man who has chargo of the
work out there, aud the street committee,
are authorized to give employment to a'J
who may apply, Just s they bo citizens of
Cairo and in nued of work, This Is a mis',
take. Only a certain number of men and
teams can bo employed in accordance with
Mr. BlakeV, or the street committee's, in
structions. The sooner this fad becomes
impressed upon tho mind of peoplo iu
gcnaial lliu sooner vi II- all dismtiid'actton
Cciwe. . Jjiiico yestorclay iinniing Mr,
Robert Beard has chargo , of
the work oti the levee and under his direc
tion it will progress ns rapidly and as well
as before. .
Under the head of 'silly stuff " the
.Paducah Enterprise proceeds to comment
upon an item which appeared in Tub Bul
letin a day or twe ago, denying tho ru
mor that the Singer company would ro-'
move from Jiere and exprecsing sympathy
with tuoso communities, Paducah in par
ticular, who bad waited in anxious ex
pcctal ion and open arms to "take in"
Cairo's groat institution. The Enterprise
admits that it "first published the rumor
on the strength of an assort ion made by
an agent of tho Singer company;" that
Paducah has no desire to profit by tho loss
or distress of any place or people;" tint
P-ulucuh "can hold her own in legitimate
competition;" that Paducah has no need
of sympathy because it "never hoped that
tho Singer works would bi located there"
and is therefore not disappointed in the
fact that tho works will not be removed
from Cairo. The Entcrpriso is undoubt
edly sincere in its statements and tells the
truth so far as it knows; butTiiE Bcixetis
is iuclined to think that tho Enterprise
doesn't know all the truth. Tub Bcllktiji
is disposed to modify anything it may
have soid quostioning tho good will of
tho people of Paducah towards tho peoplo
of Cairo, or Paducah's ability to hold her
own in legitimate competition, and it
doubts that it said anything of that kind.
But when the Enterprise in:Lmatc8, that it,
or tho authorities, or somo of tho promi
nent citizens of Paducah, entertained no
hopo that the Singer company would lo
cato there, and made no efforts to induce
it to do so, then The Enterpriso intimates
so, either in ignorance or willful disregard
of tho fact that the Singer company's re
presentative hero was waited upon by a
promincut gentlemen of Paducah and in
formed that tho mayor of that town wished
to confer or correspond wiih him. The
Enterprise must not understand that Thk
Bulletin mentions this as a reproach to
the people of Paducah, but rather as a
credit to them on the score of good judg
ment and enterprise.
As may be seen from tho report of
proceedings of the federal house of repre
sentatives, upon the Mississippi river im
provement bills now pending before it,
there is some dissatialaction on the part ef
tho representatives from the northern Mis
sissippi river states, because, 't is allt g (',
said states are not to have a fair share of the
proposed appropriations. In view of this
dissatisfaction Mr. Thomas' committee has
changed theiil somewhat, with a view to
making it entirely satisfactory and
removing, as far as possible,
all impediments to its ultimate
passage. So far the eff cts of Mr. Thomas
and his committee have been in a great
measure successful, and if they do not
prove entirely so, it will be no fault of his,
for his libors haze been not only hard but
well directed. While he has had in view
the interests of the people of the valley
states in general, his attention and efforts
have been moro particularly directed to
ward furthering tho interests of his own
district, and, so far, be has succeeded in
this beyond the expectations of many of
his constituents. Mr. Thomas is a repub
lican; he is not the ablest of men; is un
doubtedly less able to take advantage of
great opportunities to further the interests
of his constituents than several good dem
ocrats that might be mentioned would
be; for these reasons Mr. Thomas
is not tho best man iu his plice.
But it is certain that in a comparison with
any of tbo other republican gentlemen who
have so tor been mentioned as bis probablo
rivals for tho next nomination, he stands
ahead of them all. Ho has experience,
popularity, position and influence, four
qualifications which it always takes years
of timo and much well-directed effort to
acquire, which none of the rivals aforesaid
possess, but which are of great value to
tho peoplo of the district because they en
able their representatives to work the more
effectively in advancing their
interests. Our Republican friends can not
afford to ignore these things the peoplo of
the district can not afford to igooro them.
And if they, our Republican friends, will
dismiss their sectional feelings, be guided
only by thoir business and other interests,
and give Mr. Thomas' qualifications their
proper weight, they will , unlto. upon him
and seek to make him his own successor.
Politically Mr. Thomas is not after Tns
Bulletin's liking but his RepubUcanism
is so nearly annulled by tho good qualities
above mentioned,that he would bo infinitely
preferable to any of the other Republicans
who'aspiro to be his successors. Wo want
a good Democrat if wo can have him, but
if we' must have . a republican let us have
MAOrSTHATK COMINu'S COURT.
Henry Centre, vagrancy, fluod fifty dol
lars and cost aud giveu a stay,
P. Martin, disorderly, fined five dollars
and costs. v ,
JX. Henderson, abusive, fluod fivo dollars'
and Costs. , ! '
America Jackson, disorderly, fined fivo
dollars and costs. :
Laura Wright, nbuscivo, fined five dollars
M. Foley, drunk, fined ono dollar ftfid
' " ho city since SunJuy
morning, and will remain a low day on a
visit. Ho has been doing well in the west
and looks Improved in health. His many
friend hero will bo glud to see him.
Mr. R. H. Cunningham and family left
this morning for S,t. Louis. They will bo
absent a couple of weeks.
Mayor Thistlswood was out yesterday
for tho first time since his recent severe ill
ness, lie has fallen off considerably.
Alderman B. F. Blukc paid a flying visit
to his family at Annu, 111., Sunday, but re
turned yesterday to adjust somo troubles
arising out of the resignation 'Of Mr. Julius
Serbian, as master of the Mississippi levee
Mr, Lorn Hill, of tho Silverthorn, went to
Curthagc, III., on a visit to his parents
yesterday. Sherly, son of Mr. J. W. Hill,
accompanied him nnd goes from Carthage
to Omaha to attend school.
Mr.D. A. Norris, of Alleghany City, and
Mr. Sherwood, of Chicago, two gentlemen
heving a number of friends In this city, were
here yesterday. They were passengers on
the City of Alton with a number of ladies
and gentlemen, many of whom camo ashorj
and took an admiring glance at the future
Dr. II. Wardner, ot Anna, was in tho city
Mr. P. V. Barclay is in Chicago on busi
ness anl for pleasure.
Mr. E. E. Comings has taken a position
in the Illinois Central ofiv.'o at this point.
Mrs. R. Hebsackcr returned from Wheel
ing, W. V., Sunday. She was much fa
tigued by her trip and has been confined
to her room since her return.
Al'l'ROI'IttATION Hit BAUILITIKS.
Washington, March 18 As was fore
shadowed in these (lispfitchei on Thursday,
tbc)hiuse committee on tho improvement
of the .Mississippi river, at a special meet
ins to-day, modiu'j.1 the (libsou bill by re
ducing tho amount appropriated for the
river below Cairo from $0,1 13,000 to fl.
013,000, the amount asked for by the river
commission. The bill agreed upon to-day
appropriates the hitter sum, to be expended
by the secretary of war in accordances with
the recommendations, plans, specifications
and estimates, and under the supervision of
the commission for the improvement of
the navigation nnd commerce of the river
from Cairo to tho head of the passes. In
order to satisfy a demand made by repre
sentatives of the Upper Mississippi to the
effect that the commission has been neglect
ing their section, although it was the inten
tion of congress that tho entire river should
receive attention from the committee, tho
improvement committee to-day detzrniinod
to incorporate in their hill an appropriation
of $1,000,000 for continuing the improve
ment of the river from tho mouth vf the
Illinois, $.",00,000 from the mouth of the
Illinois to Des Moines rapids, and $750,000
from tlio DfS Moiues rapids to St. Paul,
to be expended under the supervision of the
THK TOTAL AMOUNT
appropriated by the bill for the entire river
The bill will bo reported Monday, and
under the rules it will be referred to tho
committee of tho wholo. Tho iiuprov-
meut committee will make every i ffort to
have it undo a special order. This will re
quire unauimou consent. Clardy, Thomas
and other members of tho improvement
committee believe that if tho bill could be
brought up for consideration on its merits
the house would pass it. They think that,
in a parliamentary sense, tho measure has
been much strengthened by ti e amend
ments inserted to day making appropria
tions for tho upper Miss:ssippi. They of
course recognize the danger of tho opposi
tion which tho commerce com in it tee may
make to au attempt to pass the bill as a
separate measure. They will, however,
call tho attention of tho house to the fuct
that tho Gibson bill and also tho rejKirt of
tho Mississippi river commission wero
formally referred to the improvement com
mittee. The members ot the latter com
mittee will endeavor to convince the house
that tho pnssago of a separate bill is tho
QNLTfAIll AND JUST MODI!
Of dealing properly with the Mississippi
and they will assure tho house tlmt the
friends of tho river are not only willing.but
uuxious that tho question of voting a liberal
sum for the improvement of tho river
should ha considered and decidod on its
own merits and not bo mixod with nnd
quarrelled over in connection with what
Senator Vest calls tho "Coon creeks, Gooio
branches and Muskrat rivers" of the
But tho chances are that tho commerce
committee, which is tho most powerful
committee organ in tho house, will continue
to insist on claiming and retaining Juris
diction oftho Mississippi, and thntin tho ond
the Mississippi, will find itBulf alongside tho
Muskrat river or the river and harbor bill.
If tho members of the improvement com
mittee should bo unable to sounro separate
action on thoir own bill, thoy will cordially
co-operato in an, effort to obtain from tho
commerce coininUtuo an appropriation at
least approximating tho amount ooutsined
in their on u bill.
A tmn.k source of happint!M i n good
busiricps, a contented mind and ft lo,Ulo ot
Dr. BuU'i Cough. Syrup,
Tho Snow of Mont Bkno '
is not whiter than teoth that aro daily rub.
bed with Sbsudoot, and coral gathered In
ocean depths, cannot surpass tho hue of
gums treed from sponglness by tho same
salutary agent, American ladies visitim
foreign lands, excite the admiration of be
holders and the envVof their transatlantic
8, with the surprising excellence of
heir teeth. When sked io what they owe
this charm, they xuurnier the talismaoic
word Sozodontl '
Foil weak lungs, spitting of blood, short"
ness of breath, consumpti on, night 'sweats
Golden Medical Discovery" is a soverel en
remedy. Superior to cod liver oil. My
A LAiiaic proportion of children who die
early are those whose brain development ia
unusually Urge ln colnpiriiOB witll
the bouy Why ia this! Simply because
the functions of the body are too frail to
supply the waste going bB a the brain con
sequent upon active intelligence. Fellow'.
Coinjmund Syrup of Hypophogphites U io
prepared that it imparts the vital principle
directly to the brain, whilo it assists io de
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
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