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WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUARY 13, 18C9.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO. -
omciAL imhek or couxtvanh qiTX
run pa up mi jiurdena relief
WE MAY JUSTLY CLAIM.
The grunt niilurnl commercial advantages
Uiftt iiocessltntu thu upbuilding of a city nt
thit point, nro not unattended by burdens of
whlcli nny peojilo would gladly relievo tliem
8ol vw. Chief auiuiiK thcao U tlic large and
unequal pauper burden, traceable to tliocom
unnu uf the Ohio -and Miitfiwippl river.
Tho four thousand ntcamnn that Annually
tomh uur wharves', bring among us from all
Suctions thw poor and ponniloM in well as tho
rkh and prosporoua. Of tho former n largo
prr pen turn li nhvnys sick And wholly dcti
t jte ftpj)callng at onco to tho charity and kind
offices of our people.
1'liu poor arc of a migratory natiuc, any.
how. Inllueneed by tho hope that a better
f nunc Is in store for them om'jwlmro olo,
t dT frriqurntly on tho move. Cairo is a
g;-ar 1 u. centering point for theie, as well as
1 . Ircih nf a inoro indigent kind,
wh . r s a la.t resort, are coking the homes of
T tart and more fortunate relatives. Tho
- .ru tri. ki n of ovory degree, In fact, sooin
successful in reaching Cairo. Thu nwuis in
i-c .dy and tho joint being regarded us dis
trll .it'nt center nliku of trade and travel,
1 jtJr is are drawn hero annually who have
j 1 1'.' ri Hi' itet idn why they came, beyond
t r 1 1' ir K.njeclure 'hat "if they could
) r. li f niro, Hoinetlitng would turn jji
j - v t their advantage-' The unmarked
'' J ui. arfd-fur grave that thickly dot tho
"I aiiper lit in our own cumetory toll tliut
..jren and coros of thoo camo hero to die,
t ) rot, to be consigned to a narrow grave, and
U t-. rt forgot.
Y :.r v yenr the vail tido of tnrvpl palling
' 4' Cairo hasincrcased. in oxiiet ratio
Ins n tiio inert.) of our pnutwr burden.
T ' -ii'ii rland, the Tnnaaiw, the fr-vn
x W'n'.-i.h, tho Ohio urn! .Mi'iippi
liaunel have paujNr btt-n
S-t rr ,ug ti, wh flHlmwl, at one, our
x i ..Hi rul wire. It it tint n pt-rMn, or n
iUv now nd then, of wliioh we ipoak ;
I a c inttiii.t :iiiI increasing contribution to
1 1 " r dumber. Every day new hand
a. . 1 . j i : jr charity. Kvery day strange
fi ..if j"i!-and ghastly, lew', for help
f :n h mill every day there petition must
i 1 . .1 mill-., we chooMi to ttide thu good
1 j 'f "lit nature and i the transient
y r Wirv at our doori ami sicken and die
. 01 .('. el-.
" ti nut urg, at length, tli rcawiii.s
v.liy ,t I'ur.lfii in tit it reptt are large and
J jpr j rtioned to uur weulth and jtopultt-
1 ! iiitelligeMt, olwurvant render it
-1. ,1 Ivi- d. lie m tho great ntrexin of
"av 1 i iitu; through our city, and cannot
1 b. 1 1 j thu lame ami tick and wuury who
1 ill y tKi suy. They eomu among in, and
iU. nity It- !f riKoiit at the Idea of driving
2' t' urvp anil die.
t th-n. 1m11 l don? The burden
t ..is n itetl ha grown too grievous for thi
I j ' t b- .ir, of thetHHtlvoi. It 1 not of
t Mi i't' atioti, Mtd U cmt upon them by
.il if tiling for which they are not re-j-or
U Tho probji-m i cuIvhIIp. and thu:
1 ( p r. -r the vu-t majority of tlieia; are
r n i f n. but of the public. The public fur-
h '" burden ;'then, upon the broad,
houhkr of tho public let the burden be laid
The r- tat'- hmlx'en akwl for aid the voice of
tr i j ' , p' tttioiiing ne, will reach our
prcs nt general iiMombly, anklng that tho
poor, pithcred In-liero from nil quarter! of tho
ountry. lieitijiported, in part, by thu utata
ntlarc Our own, and more than our own,
wo wul che rfully caro fur j but tho great
number exceeding by ten fold our duo pro
portion who eonio from abroad, form a total
kslmli it H beyond our inu:iti to provide for,
and greater than exact Justice and fair deal
ing requiro of u to jirovido for.
Tho petition, then, now !u circulation, ink
ing the legislature to aid u to tho extent of
our own state taxei, for a period often j'oar,
should receive tho signature of everybody
who is willing to necord us tho fair thing.
Tho amount asked is not in cxccsj of our ex
pcnditurui, and, addel to tho fund annuully
raised by our tax payors, will ultimately en
ablo us to provldo ourselves with homes and
farms for the jioor that will so lessen our ox
ponces that wo may thereafter bear thorn our
-elves without feeling overburdened.
CAIH0 ASS A. MANUFACTURING POIXT.
It does not requiro a very scrutinizing view
of Cairo, and tho broad area of country of
which it forms a center, to eonvlnco any
mind of uvou ordinary comprehension that
no point in tho MMssippl valley present
superior inducements to tho manufacturer
who, in tho production of tho ituplo product
of that lino of industry, nourishes in any
other locality, euro not whether it li
viewed as a field for the operation of tho man
tifacturer of cotton or woolen goods, iron,
agricultural Implements, furniture, or what
not, tho superiority of our advantages aro
too palpable to bo called into eorious question,
"Without entering Into tho dry details of
this subject for which, by tho way, wo have
noithor tnsto nor wonderful capacity wo
may lay It down as an unassailable premises,
that tho three grand prerequisites to success
in manufacturing aro possessed by Cairo In
tin eminent degree. Theso nro : tho facility
with which tho crudo material may be ob
tained ; sulllcient demand for the manufac
tured urtielo, andamplu means for tho cheap
and general distribution of tho samo. "Who
will question tho existence of theso
essentials to this pursuit, who has given
thu country moro than a passing glanco7
Jivcry day neoms to develop additional wealth
in our mineral and agricultural resources,
and to render II moro certain that wo aro in
tho contgr of a territory coutnlulng ample
material for the uio of every branch of man
ufacturing called for by tho wants of tho JJIIs
alssipp ynlloy. Tjio propinquity of coal, iron,
salt-springs, eiay, marble, sand-stono and
boundless 'forest.' of tho choicest' tirnbor, is
undoubted tho cost of .labor, powor and
food Interposes no 6b.staclet while tho climate
is genial, healthy,' and always exempt from
those extremes from whfch many manufactur
ing pursuits seriously suffer.
At tho onset wo purposed no elaboration of
this subject. Wo 'aimed' only to call atten
tion to tho undenlablo general facts which wo
havo recited, in tho hope that, fulling under
tho eyo of men of capital, they might cxcit6
tho inquiry their Importance deserves. If
this much can bo gained, aro certain of
tho result; for intelligent Inquiry must satisfy
the most biassed mind that, as u Holt) for the
manufacturer, no other locality In this great
valley presents equal advantages and attractions.
As timo servos wo shall deal witli this sub
ject moro at length.
TJH: INA I'OARAIi OF GOV. PALMER.
The tnuugarul address of governor Palmer
wus delivered to tho general assembly on
Monday, the galleries and, all tho availablo
space on tho l!oor( Uiing closely filled with
He Indorml tho message of the outgoing
governor as containing suggestions which
were entitled to tho most earnest attention of
the legislature, giving special prominence to
tho reference therein tuudo to our system of
public schools, our charitable, Industrial and
educational Institutions, lie Is not favorable
to'mountalnous' local legl'tslatlon. It com
plicAto our laws und makes too great a de
maml uM)it the altenllou of the legislature.
Ho rtommend, theroforo, a careful revision
of the general incorporation laws, and a re
jel of everything in special laws not In per
fect conionance thorewith. lie elaborates this
.ubjoct, ui if. anticipating iu unpopularity
with the specially incorporated interest, now
a power entitled to respect and conciliation,
and enrrie-it into a dirusion of statef-rights,
wheri-in Ik- gives expression to it few sound
and democratic ideas. It is essential, ho my,
to tin- uiefulueot of state governments that
their jut authority should 1 respected by
that of the nation, and upon a mutual rcpoct
depends the liarmony of tho whole. Contin
uing in this connection, he cays:
It the clear duty of tho national govern
ment to decline the exorci'C of alb doubtful
jxwers when the neglect to do so would be to
bring it into fluids of legislation already oVcu-
filcd by tho states, and thereby ralilm; no
arraing questions, preentitig n singular
und Uaugcruus Instance of two jurisdictions
claiming thu right to control tho samo clas of
tubjeet, mid creating rival corporation with
dillen-nt power. Arguments may lo found
for thocxerclfo of this class of power by
congress, but they aro greatly overbalanced
by tho ovils it would produce"
Ujwn tho whole thero is very llttlo that Is
orginal, liltU to condemn, little to commond
iti tho inaugaral. It tells of an honest pur
pose on the part of tho author to diligently
look after and earnestly defend and promote
the common interests of tho people, and is
trangely froo from expressions and sugges
tion of a partisan nature.
TUOS'. U. V0RPET2 OF MALLARD.
Tho 'many friends of mr. Corbctt will ob
orvo with pleasure, tho dignified and becom
ing manner in which ho Is discharging tho
important trusts confided w'.Ox him by his
follow-citizens. Although a comparatively
young man, ho Is making his mark in 'the
council of Ids state, as a vigilant, careful and
In tho Kentucky legislature on tho 9th Int.,
ntr. Corbett Introduced tho following resolutions-,
which wero ordered to bo printed, and
referred to tho committeo on federal rolatlon :
"Whereas, It become tho dignity of n groat
nation to act witlt generous magnanimity to
its own people; therefore,
Ho jt resolved by tho general assembly of
tho tato of Kentucky, That tho congress of
tho United States Is most respectfully re
quested to remove all political disabilities
which may havo attached to any of tho citi
zens of thu stato by virtuo of tho fourteontl)
Truo to tho ancient faith and teachings of
her illustrious Clay, Kentucky will, defond
tho constitution and Union in the future as
iu the past; but sho now wishes above all
thing to fee universal peace, harmony, fra
tornlty, and concord prov(.,'l throughout tho
entire republic; and sho believes that thi
can and will bo most surely accomplished by
universal amnesty nnd forgiveness.
. Resolved, further, That tho governor 1o re
quested to transmit a copy of theso resolution
to our senators and representatives in con
gress, and that thoy bo requested to lay them
before their respective bodies.
A LEAVING RADICAL FOR RE11EL
Tho latest telegrams from Nashville, Ten
nessee, coijtain tho nnnnuncoiuout that sec
rotary Flelcher is out in a letter advocating
tho removal of political disabilities from tho
rebels of tho Mate. Ho says tho time has come
when a sound policy nnd tho interests of tho
wholo pcoplo imperatively demand this course.
Thu rebels, ho says, havo su tie red mora than
enough already, and If a liberal policy is not
at onco inaugurated by the party in power,
radicalism in Tennessee is doomed to go by
tho board. Ho sharply criticises tho malig
nant policy of llrownlow, and contend that
tho disturbed condition of tho state is mainly
owing to tho vindictivo nnd blood-thirsty
policy of tho governor. In ability secrotary
Fletchor is hoad nnd shoulders nbovo any
radical in tho stato, and tho fact that ho has
now como out squarely in favor of oxtonding
tho franchiso, in connection with his largo in-
fluonco, is favorablq for the .early inaugura
tion of liberal measures, provided tho present
legislature is capablo of anything of tho sort.
EDITOllIA I, PA II A GRA PUS.
Two View ClaliiiniitH
tot tho scat ,in congress from the Louisiana
district which tho negro Menard nsplre'd to
havo entered tho lists, and arc, in legal par
lance, engaged in quito i round of rebutting
and surrebutting. Ono of them a mr.
Jones claims that the poll-books wero bare
facedly altered fo as to wlpo out a majority of
nincty-llvo in his favor. Tho now aspect
thus given the cao Is a god-send to the radi
cals, as it relieves them from tho necessity of
adlrcct voto against Menard. They never in
tended to permit that negro to lake his seat,
but, for policy s sake, disliked very much to
say so. Cully must now, as heretofore, fill
subordinate positions. f
The ClinrK- Ulslnynl t y
having been lodged against mr. Switzlor, of
tho ninth Missouri district, his competitor
Anderson took his seat. Tho returning rea
son of tho house, finding thisjchargo apleco of
thoo rung everywhere by shameless radical
scoundrel, will oust Anderson and glvo tho
scat to S witzlcr. It s about time for tho good
sense of the people to put n quietus ujmjii that
cowardly yolp of "traitor."
Unlversnl Nrgi'ii SiifTrnKc.
As everybody expected I Negro sufl'rago,
unqualified and universal, is becoming tho
grand, consuming and absorbing hobby of tho
proient congress. Too cowardly to attempt
its enforcement upon the tatcs by enactment,
that dclcctublo body hs commenced the work
of "educating up tho masses."' A constitu
tional amendmont, providing for tho removal
of all restrictions among voters for presiden
tial electors on account of color, etc., has been
reported to tho house, with n bill regulating
all the dftiiil-. This amendment, like the
others, will be hurried before tho legislature
of the dill'erent states, before the people can
have a chance to elect representative who
might reflect their views thereon. Of course,
otherwi-c. it co-ild never lie tucked to our fed
Tlic Srxt Drive
will be unqualified iiegro-suU'rago in theState
under an ait of emigre's ! And then will tho
people thunder out their uxiupcratlon, and
angrily clank thochalniuu usurping congress
has rivetted upon them'' Not a bit of it!
They'll tamely submit. Moro than this,
through a corrupted ballot-box, indorse it, if
New Knglaud but say o!
llovr They Volril.
TJiq domoemtie delegation in Cnurss
voted, n a loJj, in favor of tho ropofll of the
civil-tenure act. There worn only -17 votes
in tho negative, every one of which wiw oast
by tho radical.
Iloitnl)' Claim i'altl In l,Os.
From a tabular statement of the additional
bounty claims paid nnd rejected, and tho
amount of money disbursed up to December
3Ut, 18C8, tinder act of July, 18C0, It appears
that Ohio had 45,031 claims. Tho aggregate
amount paid was J,-i47,O00j Indiana 'had
30,737 claims, and tho amount was $3,227,000;
Miuouri had 11.70S claims, and was paid Jl,
008,000; Illinois Imd 42,000 claims, and , was
paid $4,227,000; Kentucky had 11,303 claims,
and was paid $730,000,
Tho wholo number of claims for all the
States was 309,000, nnd tho aggregate amount
paid was $38,700,000.
Hlavrry In Kentucky!!-"So Snld."
A radical congreiiman, from tho Intorlorof
Indiana, nroso In his placo In tho house, on
Monday last, nnd declared that African slav
ery puro and unadulterated, with all the
"thumb-sorewing, cat-o'-nlne tail horrors of
18C0, still existed in Trimble, Carroll and
Owen countle, Kentucky; that tho crack of
the driver's whip and tho screech of lacerated
Cudj'o could still be hoard In those bonlghted
regions! O, monstrous I It is truo that tho
gentleman representing thoso countic,
promptly pronounced thiMO declarations ridic
ulously false, 113. they no doubt are, but what
of that ? That cut no figure in tho case what
ever I The purpose was to stab Kentucky,
and very properly did spuaker Colfax call tho
Kentucky representative to order, who
sought, by u simple vindication of tho truth,
to shield tho old commonwealth from tho
blow I It has como to a pretty pass, indeed,
if a radical congressman may not slander
oven a "rebel" state, without contradiction
from "impudent sticklers fr ridlculou
truth I" "Iiullv" for Colfax I"
Tho board of health deslro to obtain a houso
with from thrco to six rooms, omowhoru In
tho suburbs of tho city, to bo used, for tho
time being, as u small pox hospital j nnd no
tice is hereby given that proposals fur tho
usoof such houso will bo received by tho city
marshal, or alderman Vincent, at his store
from this date. It is dcslrablo that tho pro
posals should bo sent In immediately. UN
order of tho board of Jioalth. -
Jami:s Cahuou, Chairman.
Cahiq, Jan. 12, 1800.
mutual in:xi:voLi:xT association
The First anil Heat Institution of the Kind in
the United States.
Weekly llcneflt from W lo $10 In case of ickne.
Every limn or Female of Healthy Coiistltutioa can Ixi
TliU Institution Is U'Kully Incoriiratoil under thu
laws of Illinois. Ker iMinuiilnrs apnlr to
doi'Sliltf CPiioral AtMit forStato of Illinois.
IJUHl HAIjK-L,eg.ii Jllanks.at the Oilloo of tho
; Cairo bulletin.
ITI' NATIONAL BANK.
CAPITAL .... $100,000
W. V. IIAM-IDAV. President
A.' II. .SAKl'OItlJ, Ca.lilcri
WAIriiH IIYHMIP, Assistant Cnshler.
w. r. HAM.ttAr,
oi:o. u. viu.r.Mso.v,
A. 11. HAFFOIlU.
Exchange;, Coin, nnd United States llontls
Itoiiglit unit .Soli!.
Dejmit-i Received, and a General Ranking
UrAXGK OF FIKM.
C. I. YHAOElt &, CO.,
Hnting purrliwl the entire cUxik and fixture of
Auir. Ivorsineyer, nro yrejKiroil to Jo nil kinds of
(ins and S t c a m Fitting
In aiiofttnn'l workmanlike tnamiT. Wo tiro nlso pre
pare.! to reivtiri.il kind of Oat fixture, ami by our
processor UotituiK mid kiMimr tu.ikt thorn In every
purtlcuUr as good us nevr. Tlioo ImTinr such fix
turf", will plco Kiwi us n call satisfaction is'iaraa
tI In nil e.uius. (J. V. VEAfJKIl.
Iftntf ltf V. B. MOllHAY.
SIGNAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING
QA11L L. .THOMAS,
SKJ.V AXI) 0UXAMEXTAL PAIXTKIt.
Shop --.u!.-f i- ' mrrrff K.lilli street and Com
iniTi lai Acuuaiup stairs;,
This society will celi-wratn its fttsl nntilrrsary by a
Mus(iioradc Hall, nt Va.shlngton Hull
MoiiiIi.)- IZvrnliiK, Jnnuary !i3, ISOO.
fOMMITTEK 01' AltllANOKMENTf.
II. MYEKHS, W. AL.HA,
AV "' IIKBIW'ABT.
C. l-TfCHTKU, J.OVIM BLATTAl',
W. llOlilZ, C. HCIIUtTZ.
DRY GOODS, ETC
Wholesilo und Ituuil IxihUt in
Fancy anil Stilc
HOOTS AM) SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
(ruts' FuiiiUUIitg Goads,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, SUA i'LS,
ItlauUct., CiiHsiiuervM audJcauN
Heat Calicoes ,.., IUJ-c.
Heavy HriMVU Uoiucstic 17c.
Hoop Skirts m.SOc.
OOO Hint's Huts nt 73c. ench
t Sjilendid Line of
;VMTE (JOOl)S AND KMUKOIDEKIKS
llnyers will do well to call tunl nxamtno my stock
bvfoio purcliasliiK uUowhcrc.
t ,r rlivviv'niiur
Xo. Oil Ohio Lever,
gllKETS' HOUSK, (,
ConuT Slarkct nnd Court Streets,
3P a. ;
XT O j.XX, OHC-S".
This now, spaeioit, elvftant anil well-appointed
IniililliiK, "'I' buoiKinedforilmrriieiitioiiDf quests on
nnd after January 3tli. Tlio eullru house a ueu ly ami
f lpgHntly fiirnisheil, rontnlnini; exeellent rooms for
thu uocuiiimotlitloii of ludy loiinlt-rs, mid nil other
convenience runnel la tlio rest
t iuiusi'slu thoboiltli-
utist. Chared inoderuto,
Thren eliuiblv sltiialixl and well finished business
joonisoiithetirst tloorwill bo rented on reasonnblo
terms to ajjood tenant, juntvi'lin
lieil l 4IUU.V HI Ptt.l Ulll VI Villi U, I'Ulll-
menoliiR Monday, thoilrst day of I'YLruary.A. II. lbCi,
uttho hour of yo'elock.a.iii. of mid day, for tho trims
notion of Keneial busineda.
Jiiouui envilll uusuiriJS.
All nnuMW IntrA.liiil tvlll lnv.iti tli.i.nai.l . ..j
Dated Cuiro, Illinois, January 11,1 WW.
Janlldlw City Marshal of tho city of Cairo, III,
To All Whom It Jlay Concern t
Tako notice that therowill bo n speolul term of the
Court of Common Pleas of tho city of Cairo, to bo hoi-
.1 .1... ......... II.-...-.. ..t
KW ARRIVALS! NKW AHltlVALS
CH1USTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S (JOOI)S
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 ' C'ouiiuerclal Avenue, j
Informs tho cltitcns of Cairn and vicinity Hint ho has
on hand nno of tho largest nnd test assorted stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy finmls and Notlonsi
In Southern lflinols, which ho oilers at prices that trill
Wo will sell Prtnls, for IkmI brands, at from.-S to
Tnrdwida llle.vhril Mtlslln nt
Hnavvvnnl ulilii Hheetlllff nt..
All-wool klnnnel at -
Wliito Illankets per luiir, nt M
LnrKe sU nil-wool double HlmwU ut 1
Nnn Myln tndlek' ClonkM nt 83 "Mind upwards
ITJi.tr.inl nnrl ii-rv hesvv elmnueAlilu nnd ltt' .
tired Pop ins. ncr yard, from....... 35 to
Silk I'oplin nt
Good yard-wlilo Merino at....
A Irrgo assortment of
lllnck nnd Colored Alpacas .nt 2. cents
AND UPWAllD, '
And numerous other t)les of Ires (iooJs cones
AU-llnen irnndkerrhief. at lev .
All-linen Tnwelinj, per yard, nt..... .1-Yir-
(god Tiiblo Linen - "c
Irish I.lnen, yard vrido . 'M '
All-wool Sieks . , 1ii
l.mlien' Merino Ilo 1S1
Merinn t'nderlnrl. and Imvers fc
Also, u Urj; n'-ortuient of
Alexander Kid Ulnven...
.. 1 OO
And all other Goodi rorrerpondinrjly lote.
It Is therefore to tho interest of every person buying
goods lo rail at
122 f'oiiiiuerelal Avenues
lleforebiiyinj; elsewhere, n.1 money tnrod Is money
Thankful for th liberal patronage heretefore ex
tended to us, we iom to rucrivo tho isnie In fiiturs.
OK EVERYTHING IX
deejl'fittf N'n. I Oil CnmiKnciAi Avcmii.
gOUTUERX ILLINOIS TEACH EH.
1 An Kdiieatiiinal Joiirnul, publlsheil Peini-Molitldy
at the cty of Ctiro, imd devoted to tlio ttitvreit of.iRfj
flreat Cnnio of Education
In Southern Illinois, No pdin willlnispured ti hVaJv
this Journal u jxinerfiil and liitliienUal contribution t
tlio irliieljiles of Kdiicminu; totbn lniproeinciit of
tho metliiHl, of HChool InHtritetlitn, und totlmnd
Taiicumunt of all rtfruu for tbi vlusutinii of thw
standard in "KKyjit."
KinKlu SiioM'rlber, oih ir '?1 to
Club of nrer me nnd under SW, one yenr toouo
mldress 1 ft
Club of over su, one year, .to one address- 1 oj
Terms, llle In Ailrattoe.
The first nutnbsr will Is lusuoil Hatnrday; Wtlt Inst.
ElllTOIt AXI P'tOl'UIKTOU,
ileo.iH.ltf Cnlru. Uj
THE AL11ATROSS SALOON Aan "KES
' 1 TAtTRAT.
pi OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, IUu,
Is ftirnUhed with nil kinds of excellent I,IQt)l)l!3,
ami its tables nro always filled wltliull tho geasonnbrv
KMlll.KSof tin, iniirkt'l. Jleals are furnlshedon
oriler. ut nil hours. PAT. mZUKKALD.
This popular jil i luis beeome tho resort of all lor
ers of good HKKII, ns nono but thu bent
I3vixx.t XjoxiIis IVTvXto
Is kept by JOHN fCHKKI..
Huht Htieet, between Com. nnd Wn.h, Aveniuvs
dwl'ldtf CAIIiH. H.I.INOia.
U sunulled w dh all WilW-MLf
lleer, Ale, le.,
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