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OfFICIAL DIEKOTOBY. ...
11 rr" vnjf iUlcers.
Mayor N.B. Tbistlewood.
Treasurer T J , Kerth.
Ul-ric Omuls. J, t'oley.
MaMhal-L. U. Meyers,
Attorney William il.udriis
HOAHU Of AMllltlfll.
r"imt Ward -Win. Mcllale.T. M. Ktrabrouah.
Hnuti Ward-Jese Uiiikle.C. N. Hughes.
Tmrd Warii-U. F, Wake, Jobn Wood, i
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patter, Adoipb 8wo-
" klfth Wrd-T. W. IlallldaY. Emeirt B. Petttt.
Circuit Jllllti')-D. I.ll.U.r. -v
Circuit Clerk A. H. lrvln.
('unity Judge It. S Yocum.
County ClerM . J. Uuium.
C'oiioty Attorney J. M. Dauircn.
County Treasurer Miles W. Pailtt-r.
iShuilfT J oil ft Hodges.
Cormier K. Fiuueral'l . .
County i:omfut.-eioii.;re T. W. Halllduy, A.
Ulbbs aud Peter htuu.
CVUltO B VP HS IV -Corner Ten' b and Poplar
J streets; preaching Bret aud third h.iudaya l
ea:J month, 11 a. m itid7:l i. in ; prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7:40 p. m ; Suud ay ecliool. :o a.m
lUr. A. .1. II BSS. Pastor.
ClIU KLH OK TH3 KKDKEMK.'t-tBplscoua')
j ruurteeuth street; Sunday 7:a m Holy
Kiir-barUt; : a. m ., Hunday ;hool ; 'I t)") a.m.,
Morning Prayers; H:tf' !. m., livening Prayer. K.
P. Uav.-nporl, S T. B. Hector.
I MUM' MlSSiONAKY UAPT1ST CIII'KCU.
V Pr. i.1 Mi.p at lo to a. n... 1 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
'al.ba'b school at 7:W p. rn ' T. J. Sborea,
Thirteenth street; srrrli.es Sab
in ; bu inlay school J p. m. Iter.
tiatU 1 : '-V a.
bu H'i", past Jr.
MKTIlOtilliT-Cor. Eighth and Wah.ut streets,
rrear.Mi.g Sabbat b 11:00 4. m. and 7: p.m.
(ouday tK-.bool at 4:uo p. la. Kuv. .1. A. bcsrrett.
I JHESBYTKHIAN Eighth street; preaching on
bat.bath at lluiO a. in. aud 7:) p. m.; prayer
mutiny Wednesday at I:! p.m.; Sunday Schwol
at 8 p. m. Kev B. V. Ueore, paator.
OT . JOSEPH S--iUoitan Catholic) Corner Cross
O and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:804.
ii. ; t-uiiriar School at it p. m. ; Ve.pers 8 p.m.; ser
rices eierday at a. m. Kcv. O'Hara, Priest.
OT. t'ATKK'K'S -( Kntnan Catbollc) Corner Ninth
0 street and Washink-tou avenoe; acrrtces Sab
Dat b H and 10 a. in. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Sunday School
1 p. in . services etery day at 8 a.m. Ke. M.'AUTsou
U.K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Mill :m a.m I tVall 4:o6a.m
tAcconi'dauoB.ll:M m Kxprem 11:10 a.m
tKiprosi 8:50 p.m I Accomdatloii..4:15 p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
tMall 4:'4.m I tMall ... .. 5:O0p.ro
tExpre 10:15a m
ST. L.C. K. R
Expr W:35 a.m
Accom'datlon. 1 :) p.u
(Narrow Gauge )
I 'Kipr-M 4:35 p.m
'Aocom'datoin liM p.m
A 8. R. R.
tAccom aation. .30p.m
I tExprei! . 8:5" P m
tAccom'dallon. 11 :45 a.m
WARASU, 8T. LOCH A PACIFIC M l C".
v.u k, . a a .m I Miill Ex.... U:20 p m
' IJa'.ly except Sunday, t Dally.
mobile onion, r:
Mall .6: a. m. Mil.........8:V) p. m.
Eipre 6:0 4. tu. Kxprea ....:5u p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO K. It.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Expre" nd Mail leae Cairo, eery day except
Sonday, at 10:25 a.m. Arriv.a 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrive at 12:05 p. ro. and ae
parU at 1: JO p.m.
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Late Koehk'r'8, on Eighth Street.
Callforn.a Wince, CUara of evorv choice brand
and Li(i'ior of all ainda always on hand. Custom
Q.E0UGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of urlcal diauaes, and dieeg of women
Olllcc: On lllh atreot, opposite the Post Office,
JJR. W. 0. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE BHthtb Street, near Comtvercla! ATenmi
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 136 Commercial Aveuoe, between
Kghth and Ninth Stroeta
FIOUB- GRAIN AND HAY
a : . : Proprietor
Hicheit Ch Price Paid for Wheat.
While other Baking Powder art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
hat been kept unchanged in all Its original
purity and etrength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its fiu n'ng received the highest te$timoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed itt frot
its introduction to the present time. o
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & FBICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
EuafMtarra f LapiOa T'tat Dwi, Dr. Prim' BpMlal
llat.rl.f Mararu, aa4 Dr. Frlc'i Caisu Pwfaaa.
The Cairo & 3Iound City
A. B. SAFFORD
W. H.MOORE, Master.
From September Mb nntil further notice will
make trip a foliown:
I.eaveia Cairo at 7:30a. a., 11:00 . m. and 4:30
Leavca Mound Cltr at 8:30 4. m., 1:30 p. m. and
6:1 p m.
Can b eneged for excartiona any evening after
iJAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
K Hill li Y BOAT
THREE tiaJ STATES.
r X - F ... r...4... TufuAl .nrt nnttl flirthMP
nolle -.iha ferryboat fhree State will raa a near
at poMioleon te uuowing time tauie.
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land g. Kentnr.ky Ld g.
6:Sla. m. 7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
8 SO " 9:0" " . "
10:3i " ll:w " 11:30 "
2:00 p.m. i:30p. ra. 8:00 a.m.
teave 1 Leave Leave
Foot Fourth t. Kentucky Ld'g. Missouri I-and'g.
4:00p.m. 4:30p.m. 6:10 p.m.
p. m., the boat will go to Birds Point, malting con
nection with T. A St. L. pas cnger train for Cairo.
FlrHttrlp at 6:30 a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
wltnT. & St. L. train leaving Cairo.
I1HK REGULAR CAIRO AND PADDCAH
I DAILY PACKET.
HENRY E. TAYLOR Master
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Padocah for Cairo daily (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Monnd City at i p m. Return
ing, Leaves Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at op. m.
ipiIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking business
TIIOS. AV. IIALLIUAY.
pNTERPKISE 8AVINQ BANK. .
Of Cairo, ! .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. II ALLID AY,
i V i, fu.
CA1B0. ILLIN0I8. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22,
uiiieAGt) MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY Y CnAS. CUNNING
9:30 A- M. September 21, .8e3.
S-pWrnber. October. November.
Pork ft $21 35 . f tt) Ml
Wheat H'3 If.?,' l!
Coru l Mii
Oats SPA M i
14: -0 P. M
Porlc 121 40 30 62'i
Wh.'at 1 03Vt V,
Corn 6i IWi 3i
Oats Vi "V, Vi
2:3) P. M. Closing.
Pork 8 il 4(tfH2Vf f ) 60
Wheat 1 0 Yt 95 (g MH
Oata '' ; tit ." 8i 8 i '
: 1 - -r
W. F Lahbdim, river editor of t'at Bulltih
and steamboat pssea;er agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Otllce
at Planters Hotel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
The W.P. II tlli Jay is duo to night from
The golden Crown is duo here for Cin
cinnati Sunday morning.
The John B. Maude for Memphis passud
down last nitwit for Memphis.
The Sto. Ocneveive from Memphis will
report here to morrow morning for St.
The City of Providence for Yicksburg
had a good trip yeaterday. She left here
at 11 a. m.
The Fannie Tatum for St. Louis is due
here this evening. Look out for her. She
goes to St. Louii). Capt. J. B. Conway is
The Gus Fowler is the only chance for
Paducah and points above this evening. We
guarantee good fair comfortable rooms and
kind attention Irora her officers.
CJBusiness with the Ohio river line of
boats is remarkably good, they come down
with all they carry besides towing barges
The U. P. Schenck for New Orleans ar
rived yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. She
bad a splendid trip, added considerable
freig'ut and departed at 8 p.m.
Yesterday was the most disagreeable
day that das been experienceu uere iut
many months. A cold, drizzling rain pre
vailed all day and fires were very com
fortable. Capt. Nellis sold the tug Laurel yester
day to Capt. Probst of New Orleans. She
will leave early this morning for her new
field of operations, where she will be used
in the New Orleans harbor.
Notwithstanding the railroads are mak
ing a regular checker-board of the United
States. The steamboats still flourish and
will ever continue to grace the mighty
rivers which nature intended for them.
The Cons Millar for Memphis arrived
last evening at 5.30. She had a big trip of
freight aud a cabin full of passengers.
Capt. Bussill was in command and was
looking quite well after his severe spell of
The Hudson left St. Louis with a big
trip and will arrive here early this morn
ing. Shu has a large cargo of wheat to
discharge here and as soon as she disposes
of it she will go to Paducah and return to
The Ida Darragh, a new boat just
build for the Arkansas river, was given a
day by the Memphis and Ohio river packet
company, Bnd she left Cincinnati Wednes
day in place of the Andy Baum. She will
report here to-raorow evening. Passen
gers for Memphis or way points can pro
cure tickets from W. F. Lambdin, agent,
office, 73 Ohio levee.
He Didn't Mind the Expense.
"Fourteen dollars for ft littlo lunch
for two!" exclaimed a prosperous-looking
customer to tho -proprietor of a res-'
taurant. "Why, what do you tako mo
"I know it's a littlo steep," said tho
etoak stretcher; "but you're tho only
soul that's been in to-day, and my rout
falls duo to-morrow."
"I'm blamed if I don't really adniito
a man with a nerve liko yours, and I'll
pay tho swindle;" and with an amused
smile the blooded stranger tossed tho
hash pirate a fifty-dollar uoto, flipped a
dollar out of tho chnngo to tho waitor,
aud walked ouL
"What a "p'ty we con only have ono
chanco at a man like, that," 'murmured
the dyspepsia dispenser, regrotfully.
But when, the next day, the rent col
lector threw out the note as a counter
feit, his despair was such that it was all
four waiters and tho cook could do to
prevent his swallowing a bottlo of his
own alleged wlue, anu thus putting an
end to himself.
According to Missionary Butler, of
China, as Buddhism has no hcavon for
women, the Chtucsa damsels labor with
might and main to lay up merits that
they may prevail with the judgos of tho
lower world to lot thorn be born again
as men, so that thej may have a chance
to get thoroj
Charles Do Young'g Murderer.
Whilol Brown Philips, a gentleman
connected with the SanFranciseo Chron
icle, was sitting in theofliee of the Yohc
mito hotel to-day, I. M. Kalloch, of So
nora, entered. Mr. Kalloch asked the
clerk whether tho gentleman's name
was not Phillips; but Mr. Phillips over
heard tho inquiry and tit once aroso and,
advancing, said: "Yes, sir, my name is
Phillips Brown Phillips; I am not
ashamed of it. You are a cold-blooded
murderer. Yon killed my best friend
without cause. Tho Kallochs will have
to kill another man, or else tho old
man's character will bo known." Mr.
Phillips talked very plainly to Mr. Kal
loch for a short time, when tho latter
bade him a stern ."good-day," and re
tired. As J'r. Kalloch went out of the
front door be put his hand into tho roar
pocket A hV, .pant loons, and soon af
terward came in again by notli.r pass
age, sat dowu, took up a paper, and bo-'
gan to read. Mr. Thillips informed tho
reporter of the Mail that he goes armod
by the permission of tho authorities of
San Francisco, who know that his
(Phillip's) lifo is in danger. Ho said
that ho would not harm a hair of Kal
loeh's head, but that gentleman must
never put his band into'his pocket and
advance toward him (Phillips), and if
ho does, said Mr. Phillips, ho "will have
to tako tho consequences." Both Kal
loch and Phillips were pale and excited.
Phillips was a witness against Kalloch
when tho latter was tried for tho murder
of Charles De Young. The spectators
of the afVair said that after tho alterca
tion both men went op-stairs. Phillips
came down again in a short timo and
took his seat in the oftico and Kalloch
entered soon afterward. Whether they
went up-stairs to gird on their weapons
or not is not known. Mr. Kalloch left
for San Francisco this afternoon.
WIT AND KIJMOK.
The most exaggerated dispatches
como by the fish line.
Ella Wheeler says that "love is suf
ficient." Ella has evidently been read
ing from Dr. Tanner.
It was a Detroit girl who married at
15 so as to have her golden wedding
when it would do her some good.
The young woman who sneeringly re
marks that men are all alike generally
shows her sincerity by taking the first
man that oilers himself to her.
Miss Emma Abbott is said to have
made $100,XM) in stock speculation re
cently. Emma, if you can do that sort
of thing, you just let opera alone.
There is ono advantage in warm
weather. At no other season of the
year can you spread tho butter on the
children's bread so evenly and so thinly.
Snvs a ejuieai ma tuj. Vnrv
hantlsr.m.' mothers aro often proud of
their very ugly babies. I wonder if but
terflies are proud of their caterpillars,"
No matter how handsome a young
woman may be, wlien the right man
comes along she la ready to yield the
palm of her beauty, if he have the sense
to ask it.
Takes a woman for ingenuity. A
Cleveland girl had a new bonnet she
wanted to show, and contrived to get
herself called as a witness on a case she
knew nothing about.
"Vegetables aro ever so much better
for a person than meat this hot weath
er," remarked the head of the family,
as he reached for tho last slice of beef
und left an unsatisfactory ear of corn
for the rest of tho household.
A woman lately looked at a printing
press at work, turned to hercompauiou,
and in a most earnest manner inquired.
"Well, Charley, an' thenis tho things as
writes tho papers. Bu's them what
they call editors?" .
Yes, my boy, there aro )3,200,000
people in this country. And you aro
only ono of them. Just one. Think of
that, oneo in a while, when you get to
wondering what would happen to tho
world if you should die. .
It may bo interesting to tho boys to
learn that a mule can tight at both ends.
A Loiiisvillo boy who tickled a mulo
about tlio mouth the other day was
frightfully bitten in tho hand by tho en
"I declare!" exclaimed Mrs. Tindiee,
"I never saw a gal like our Sary Jano.
I worked cenaruosttwo hull days on her
bathin' dress, and don't you think sho
got it wringiu' wet the fust timo she put
Substitut ion. It was at a party. Miss
Angelina had been persuaded to preside
at tho piano. "There," said Soraphinn,
as Angelina took up a piece of music,
"she has taken a tuuo from tho rack,
and now she will put us all on it." .
A trade journal gives directions for
"preserving harness." Preserved, har
ness may be considered very palatable
by those who liko that sort of thiug,
but we don't want a bit in our mouth.
"Yes, Kir," says tho oldest resident,
"tho first trip I made from Lowell U
Boston was over tho old canal, and I
worked my pnssago on tho canal-boat."
"Worked your passugeP How?" in
quired his audience. "I led tho horse,"
solemnly remarked the ancient mariner.
A certain solf-stylod authority on wit
and huuior says that thero are but
twenty kinds of jokes. Wre'll wngor
that wo can send him a boy that will
nlay over forty different practical jokes
in half a day, "unless ho assassinates tho
boy before that timo.
A fashion item says that tho hello of
the period now wears at her waist bolt
a little music box, faintly playing a sin
gle tune. We suppose this is to enable
the gentleman to explain to anybody
who comes along unexpectedly, that he
was winding tho box.
Recipe for Angels: "Mamma, what
makes angels?" askod a little boy who
had been reading of the heavenly in
habitants. " The mothor glanood out
Into the orchard; aud, with ft warning
look, nolorauly tepllod, "Unrip fruit,
xuv dear." . . . ''
A fashion item says the belle of the
fieriod now wears at her waist belt a
ittle music-box, faintly playing a singlo
tune. The average American girl can
put on enough airs without attaching a
music-box to her waist.
A Philadelphia man who was going
away traveling promised his wife, who
was'nfraid to stay alone in tho house,
that ho would buy her a dog. "Bo suro
and get one that snores loud," said his
affectionato better half, "it will remind
mo of you whilo you aro away."
"As for Mrs. So-and-so," remarks
one of tho guests in a salon where they
aro passing their friends under review,
"her woibt fault is that she is bored
wherever she goes." "Her lack of
selfishness is a still greater defect,"
saya another, "for she insists not being
tho only bored person in the com-1
'Su'ppose," flaid a lawyer to a witness
he was trying to badger recently "sup
pose I should tell you that I could briug
a dozen men of your town to this court
room who would say they would not be
lieve you on oath, what would you say?"
And calmly the witness made reply, "I
would say you lied."
"I don't miss rny church as much as
you suppose," the Boston Olobe reports
a lady as remarking to her minister,
who had called upon herduring her ill
ness, "for I make Betsy sit at the win
dow as soon as the bells begin to chime
and toll mo who are going to church,
and whether they have got on anything
A lady whose husband was tho cham
pion snorer of the community in which
they resided, confided to a female friend
the following painful intelligence: "My
life has not been one of unalloyed do
light. I have had the weasels, tho
chicken-nox, the cholera, the typhoid
fever and inflammatory rheumatism, but
I never knew what real misfortune was
until I married a burglar alarm."
The "lost and found" bulletin boards
at the principal seaside hotels are a
study. The "lost" side of the board al
ways seems full. People appear to be
losing something all the while. Seaside
life makes them careless, apparently.
Then, too, on the other hand, tho 'found'
side of the board never seems to have
anything on it. People appear never to
"Now, the beauty of a paper collar,"
remarked the honorable member, coax
ing a refractory pin, "is its economy. You
wear one a week, then you turn it and
wear it another week. . Then you split
it and you have two new collars with
one clean side, good for another week,
each of 'em." And adjusting the flat
scarf over the red flannel shirt he went
down to dinner. Ilawkeye,
Some men have tact - Said the bride
groom, who Aidn't wish either to offend
his bride or die of internal disturbance
"My dear, this bread looks delicious; but
it is tho first you have ever made, lean
not think of eating it but will preserve
it to show to our children in after years
as a sample of their mother's skill and
"What Ails This Heart of Mine?" is
the heading of a story that is going the
rounds of tiie papers. We suppose he
saw his girl out riding with another fel
low. There is nothing that makes the
heart (ret up and pound ribs and carom
on the oil.. ; vital parts and jump up
and down like a churn-dasher, and then
get tired and keep so still you think it has
.stopped beating forevjr, as to see your
girl out riding with another fellow, we
A member of the last legislature, who
was less remarkable for tho profundity
of his knowledge than for the overween
ing contidence with which he advanced
his opinions upon any and all subjects,
was asked by a fellow-member of a
somewhat quizzical turn of mind, while
discussing tho New Codo, what he deom
cd the proper punishment for arson.
"Well," said he, with an air of profound
deliberation, "I have thought on that
subject a good deal, and have come to
the conclusion that he should pay a
fine of five hundred dollars and marry
Coiniiiei'cial Avenue and Eighth Street,
V. imo.SS. Preslilont. I P.NKKF, Vlco Prca'nt
II. WEI.LH, Canbtur. T. J. Kertb, Asa't cn!i
K, Urns... Cairo William Kluto. .Cairo
1'e'erNefT ' William Wolf.... "
C.M Oxlerloh " 10. O. Patlur "
K. A. Ruder " II. Well
J. Y. Clumaon, Caledonia.
A UKNEH.YL BANKING UUSINKH8 DONE.
Exchange Hold and bought. Intorost paid It
tho Savinns Department. Collections made and
nil business promptly attended to.
JjfEW YORK store;
WI10LESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TJIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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; O. O. PAT1ER te po..
Cor;Hln4tMnth(ttMU ' ' fair A ' 111
, oonuaardalAvtaaitl .. . IXUTU i. Ill
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Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire1 for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of
the American Christian Rc
virw, says of lirovvn's Iron
Cm., 0., Nov. io. iS3i.
(jents: 'I bo foi.lish ir.t
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MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREK A! EUREKA!!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSH8
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jul v l Uh, 1877, Under the Laws o
tbe State of Illinois. Copyrighted J ill v
9, 1877, Under Act of Congreis.
J AH. 8. MeOAnKY President
.1. II. HOBINHON lit Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS tnd Vice-President
J. A. UOLDST1NK Treaanror
"'pimUE Medical Adviser.
THOMAS LBW1S Secretary
ED. U. WHITE Assistant Hecretajy
Win. F.PITCHKK, I..8 THOMAH,
W.C.JUCHXYN, P. VINCENT,
WILL T. HBDBUKN.
UOAUU OH1 MANAOKIi8l
J. A. GoMstlne, ofQoldstlno 3t Rosenwaler, whole
sale and retMil dry Kxd, etc.t Js- H. MeUahejr,
lumber dealer; Wui. K. Pitcher, general arent;
Albert Lewis, dealer In flour ami grain; L. S.
Thomas, bricklayer! Moses Phillips, contractor
and builder; II. A. Cbtimbley, iirucer; Tboa.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at law; W, II.
Marean, lUmojpathlo physician; U Sander, of
Hucder A Son. urocers; It, 11. Ilnlrd, street super
visor; Kd tl. White, ass't see. W. 0. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber aud aiw-mlll; P. L.
Oernlson, barber: R. H. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
AP.K. H.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
('lark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; J.
E. Kngllsh, contractor and builder; WiHT. Kd
burn, of Mors A Redburn, cigar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer tn Urae and cement: L A.
Phelps, photorrapheri W.C. Jocelyn, dentist; 8
H.Taher, mfg. Jeweler: J. H. Robinson, J. P. sol
notary public; J. 8. Petri, nbvlr,lan; H. W.
toatwlck, Insurance agent; K. B. Jarboa. foremaa
BUas mains, and K. Walbridge, lumber and
i w-mlll, of Cairo; H. Lelghlnn. cashlsr Nat.
Bank, Stuart, lowai Ra. T. A. WIlkeraoq.PrTora.
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