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OFFICE: No J 13 Tonth
Stroot. Thorn to
FATHER JIY.lVim'IIF., AND
JIM IS 11E&KT.
Diatln;.ulahed eliyluoH from all.jmrta
of tfioE'ttftlnro Hooking to Now York to
pay their respects, to Father Jlyiiclnthe.
Itecont telegrams any that persistent of
fortH huvoboeii inuelo to draw out bio
vlu'wa on tho religious qnestions of tho
day, hut ho preserves an almost stubborn
reticence, and will not patiently listen to
solicitations to address American audi
onces. Ho is drnssod in n plnlu black
uit without any peculiarity to distin
guish his clerical character. In reply to
a question asked him by a promi
nent member of tho press, whether he
had broken with the church, ho emphat
ically stated: "I have not. I havo
only broken with Its abuses. ' Ho fur
ther said that ho Intended tp romalu
hero two months and try and study the
religion and manners of tho people, and
then would go to Rome. Whether ho
would present himself at the council do
pended upon circumstances.
This afternoon the preacher monk had
a long Interview with Father Helckcr,
who loaves for Homo to-morrow. He
also visited tho French Constitute, and
for the Urn t time appeared at tho public
table at the hotel, where ho created
quite n sensation. The Boston clergy
men called upon him yesterday and ex
tended to him a cordial invitation to
visit tho "hub," and accept tho "hub
blsta" hospital Ity.
As un indication of tho annoyances to
which the Itevereud gentleman bus al
ready been subjected, wo may mention
tho fact that an operatic manager be
Hedged his rooms for the period of a wholo
day, vainly hoping that he might em
ploy the Futher for a lecturing tour.
Next In order, will be Homier, offering
him ten dollars a lino to write only for
tho New York 'Ledger.' Wo arc a pecu
liar people. Ar'n't wo?
THE YlittU Kit APPEAL VASE.
Ycrger's counsel say that tho newspa
pers misapprehend their client's appeal
to the fc'upremo Court in tho ponding
habeas c irpu case. They do not nilto
tho question of tho right of Congress to
establish civil State Government in the
South through military power, and do
not ask that tho court shall decide nuch
a question. Tho point they make Is that
tho court has Jurisdiction In the matter
of habeas corpus over any citizen who
has been tried for crlnio by o military
court iu tho violation of that section of
the Constitution whhdi guarantees him a
trial by Jury, and that if this court en
ters into tho details of the law it cannot
go further than to pronounce that'suo
ti..n of the reconstruction law uncoiistl
tut! nal vhl.-h provides for military
trial; and that it need not go furthor and
d.- - the- power of Congress to provide
f r tUtt (Jowrnuif uts iu the Southorn
H1 1 I' I with till kiud of rearming
tl. it c ut.H-l bollevo that tho writ will
be MiJ In tho Verger can. l'artk'S
who arc uNo lawyers my that tho wholo
(u tion of the constitutionality of the
re tiHtru lion laws mut necessarily
come up for decision by tho court, and
that any other view Is more legal quib
bling. THE II FD MnXS OX TEE 11'. t II PA Til.
Robbery aud murder seem to bo tho
order of tho day among the Indians of
Arl.ona. A letter from Apache Pass,
dated the Oth, gives an account of the
capture of a mall stage and mules, aud
tho killing of Col.Stono, the stago driver
and four soldiers, an escort from con
pany "D, of tho Ttwenty-llrst United
States Infantry, by sixty Apache In
diaus, under a chief named Cochise.
Tho uews was brought to Apache I'ass
by a Mr. Scott, who lost three hundred
head of cattle by the same Indians.
Lieutenant Winters, of thoilrst United
States cavaliy, and twenty-seven men
Immediately started iu pursuit, and over
t)ok the Indians about ninety miles
otrth of Apacho i'ass, Friday morning,
killing twelve Indians nnd captured tho
mail, mules and all tho uultio, besides
thirty head of Indian stock and a largo
amount of Indian supplies, Ac. Cochise
commanded the Indians with his well
known skill and bravery, Had it not
been for Lieu. Winters' determined ell'ort
to culture the chief, many more Indians
would have been killed. This has been
the most spicy .nnd thorough punish.
txt rrfttt il kli i t t ltii T f 1 1 tfl ti U ft tT
depredations in thut Territory. Cochise
was dns. ed In Colonel Stone's clothes.
Tho murdered men wore ull stripped
naked and horiiblv mutilated.
Wheat Is so low In .Minnesota as to de
press trade of all kinds. A large share
of the wheat at St Paul k rated No. 1!,
and is bringing only Go cents a Inuhel.
Farmers are moving It to market, not
with 'landing this low price, because
t'icy "( r impelled to soil; but they com-
liliiin thut tholr crOI3 Will lint mix- thili
i ------ , i-"
debts, much loss yield them a turplus to'
in fji it . . . - ...
liny goous wiiu. 1 1 is Hum mm ir tins
Mt itc of things oontlnues through tho
winter. ii"u y merchants of St. Paul,who
have largo sloolts of unsold goods on
1 mi 1. will havo tv i.Hjunuib.
JlEUEMflEIf THE, jtoof. .
Tho following paragraph will,, apply
to ourcommunity as well as to that for
which was It written. Thcro are many
poor, unemployed audpenulloss families
among us, and now that Winter Is upon
thom, God help them, if tho charitable
do not. , , ,
"Tho sharp, cold winds of yesterday
that brought down tho green leaves from
the trees was a chilling reminder cf the
discomforts of tho approaching Winter,
mid suggosts thenooessttyof making pro
vision for It. Those whoaro in'Comfor'
tablo circumstances will not need the
suggestion; their coal cellars and wood
houses aro already filled with stores of
fuol, or can bo in a fowliours. But tho
poor never have 'ho means of making
provision for hard times, by purchasing"
supplies at wholesale when they aro
cheat). They oro forced to live from
hand to mouth, and wait for each day
to bring Its ow n supplies. It would be a
good plun for tho various charltablo soci
eties, therefore, to begin their Winter's
campaign now, and enter the field beforo
the enemy comes. Coal is cheap; pota
toes are only HI li5 a barrrol, and many
other staple provisions aro cheaper than
they havo been foryears.JAH cola weath
er advances, the prices ol these necessa
ries will advance also, and, by midwin
ter, will probably bo Ufty per cent, high
er than now cur tatting to that extent
the purchasing pdHtof charltablo con
tributions, It wotml bo well, therefore,
If these societies would invest all their
means iu fuel, provisions ami clothing
right now, nnd store them until they are
needed Aud even private persons
in lull t do the sumo thing. There are fow
liberal families In this city that do not
meet with and relievo many cases of suf
fering every winter, and thereby spuro
worthy poor poisons rrom tmi couiession
of their poverty which their acceptance
of public alms involves, A few dollars
Invested In Winter's supplies now a few
barrels or potatoes uougni ami stored,
aud a small surplus of coal added to the
annual supply would bring uii!peakablo
comfort to many a needy household in
the stern, bleak days of January.
A new thing iu the street paving buil
ness Is on trial In New York. It Is a li
quid chemical compound, to boused in
sprinkling, and is said to unite with and
solidify the dust, adding greatly to tho
durability of all pavements, aud espe
cially those of wood. If the advantages
claimed for this invention are realized,
it wlil be of Immense value. Tho process
of street clouuiug by the broom, at pres
ent, gradually removes tho sand from
between the blocks or bowlders of tho
pavement, and they aro consequently
loosened and displaced. Instead of this,
the new compound It Is claimed, forms
u uoucruto burfaco, keeping duwu dust as
cflectuully as ordinary sprinkling, and
maintains the roaduray-In good order.
The compound is applied ohco a day.
Although M Fritigcnt, agent of the
Rothschilds, had no communication witU
tho President or Secretary Hotitwcll con
cerning a loan to our government, ho did
visit this country in the interest of thut
house', with a design of making a propo
sition to our authorities to uudertako to
place an eighty year four percent bond
abroad, our government to guarantee
one quarter of one per cent, as a sinking
fund. On a consultation with the large
capitalists of Now York, ho was con
vinced that it was Uacless to mako such
an offer, asour financial condition was
so good as to Justify the administration
in the belief that much better terms
could be obtained if a foreign loau was
KSpeaklng of the congressional library
at Washington, a correspondent says:
"Not five per cent- of congressmen are
readers iu tho sense of ardent lovers of
full scholarship; not aboyo twenty per
ceut. read anything but novels. Tho
library, so far as congress is concerned,
isa repository of novols for their wives
- - -
The Insurrection iu Cuba now extends
over LVi.OOO square miles, or about two
thirds of tho area of tho Island. Since
tho 10th of October, 1SGS, WJ.bOO men
have been employed to put down this
rebellion, insisted by a iloot ofthlrty-flvc
Ti'.i.r.uiiii'm.YH it r nmuv.
In the mode of telegraphing by sight, or
tho AtlantlcTelegraph, the operator, in
stead of reading by sound, as Is generally
done with Inland telegraphs, reads by
sight.Tho needle or point to which move
ment is communicaieu is so miuiu uuu u
would bo almost Impossible to read from
it. To obvlato this dllllculty, a small
mirror, which magnllles consliieraniy,
casts tho shadow of tho needle on tho
to a white board, on which there isa
f,cale, and from which tho operator reads
as easily as I could from a book, Tho
operators on, duty take it iu turns to
watch tho iiWromont.
There b a school for imparting (o
mutc-ithe powur of speech iu Northamp
ton, MaMtchusctts, It isniiw filled with
pupils These were cither born duaf, anil
theroiore could not learn to speak by tho
r.ouso of hearing, or lost their power
of hearing by dini oseh iu early life, and
to lost their of sptech. Hut at this school
ahey aro tuuglit to vocalize by watching
wbli their eyes tho position of tho vocal
"organs, tho Tips, teeth, tongue, or iu case
ol the utiite-ral lelteiM and sounds, by pla
cing the llugur.i of ouo baud upon tho
laini'ul part of tho trout. Tho success
which has attended this oflbrl to mako
the dumb Mpcuk'liak hucn groat, and Is
.1 id vfi ftns
EVENING. OCTOBER 22,
.el j t i '
i ij 1 i ' i
a oss i p.
mother thiiiks, her
daughter will ho recalled to tho throno
of Spain beforo things aro sottlcd in
that couutryrBh"dlakes tlfo Hpanairds
for a pack of fools.
MreDnMaryWalkor lectures jon , flio,
Uocllwlfy )fj& Ww-'cotnpolfing1 ideh (o
marry beforo they aro forty. Even If
the penally woro death, wo can't imag
ine any benefit that sho could dorlvo
from such a law.
It Is sald'that tho( nephew of ox-Prosi-
, dent Pierce, now at Princeton College,
will Inherit tho hulk of! his deceased
uncle's properly which Isvalued by Homo
newspapers at? 100,000 and by others at a
Everybody will bo surprised to hear
that "IJertzowskI Isn't dfiad."
The popo has received 'from the king
of Prussia oarpet for tho hall in which
the Ecumenclal Council is to bo held.
Cloyson Is Father Hyacluthe'a fami
ly name. Cloyson means gosling. A
great many pooplo think ho! has mado a
goose of himself.
John McKlbbon, of Wisconsin, is said
to bo tho' smallest man In tho United
States. It Is said too that Tom Thumb
offered him $.1,000 a year to travel with
him, which offer ho declined.
They suy, Btrango a? it may seem,
that Napoleon tho III., when at his
homo in St. Cloud, writes on flat ma
hogany table, using Indifferent quills or
steel pens. Pictures of tho Empross and
Prlnco Imperial are placed on two small
easels on the writing table.
A proprietor of tho Now 3'ork 'Tele
gram' recently had an Interview with tho
Chinese giant, and asked him what his
feliow-cltlzotirt of the Celestial Emplro
thought of female suffrage. The roply
was: "Wutthjultlnusklchl Yawataw.
chowichlchl yohonottlforjole.'t This Is
the opinion of all intoligent people.
Dr. Lindeman, formerly of tho Phila
delphia mint, was recently sent out to
Investigate the affalrattho mint at San
Francleco and of tho branch mints at
Denver and Carson City. Ho found
overythlng correct, and has Just said to
to the Secretary of the Treasury on flyo
hundred poges of foolscap.
It Is said that a man iu Lowell, rasa
soils, has Invented a scare-crow thut is so
hideous that orows all around thcro aro
carrying back the corn they atolo last
summer. New Orleans has found it nut,
and is anxiously waiting to see if it won't
frighten Butler in to carrying back those
On tho subject of lashing himself to tho J
mast Iu Mobile Hay, Admiral Farragut
recently told an interviewer thatat tho j
commencement of the fight he got into
the rigging, Just above tho hammock j
railing, and as the smoke increased and .
obscured his vision ho nsceuded gradu-1
ally until he got somo little distanco (
below the maintop, where ho (led htm-.
self to tho rigging wllhasmall rope, to
prevent his falling overboard in casoof
bed nc wounded. The affair amounted to
very little, any away.
Mrs. Means, of Macon county, Mo.,
had her character defamed hy a wretch
named Whlto. Whereupon she brought
suit against him, and tho other day ob
cd a verdict for five thousand dollars
damages. Hut, having vindicated her
reputation, Mrs. Means was satlsllcd
and remitted four thousand nluo bund!
red and nlnty-nluo dollarsof the amount.
A remarkable woman, Mrs. Means.
Mr. Perry, who was Juo. P. Halo's
Secretary of Legation at Madrid, and
who accused tho old gentleman of smug
gling, married a Spanish lady. She
writes poetry and things, and is known
as Carolina Coroudo do Perry. Her latest
production isa story entitled "Javllla, a
Talo of tho Eslramadura." It has been
translated by William Qullpn Hryant,
for Bonner and Dextrr's Ledger.
It Is said that tho Cubans accuse Secre
tary Fish with duplicity In falsely prom
ising recognition, witli the provisos, first,
they f-ecured a capital for their govern
ment; second, a'constltutlon j and third,
a seaport. They havo filled tho first pro
viso and tried to mako tho Hornet obtain
tho last for them, but Mr. Fish seizes her
for violating tho neutrality laws. Put
not your trust iu Flshe.
An adventurous Gentile having married
a Mormon girl at Salt Luke Is afraid of
tho "blood atonement," which ho de
scribes thus: "Well, these fellows got a
grudge against a man, and they make
out that lie's done something bo can't,
atone for except with blood, and then
bomu of the elders havo a roveiation that
the man's got to bo gut out of the way,
anil they go forhlni. 'Taint no use, thou.
TIicjc revelations do tho lousiness ' for
lihn. Man's' found dead, throat out, or
something of that sort, aud that's tho
lafalof it. Nobody knows auythingabout
It, and if you catoh 'em at It 'taint no
use - they all stand by ach other."
vVo understand Unit Jqs. Grlswold,
Etq., has been oloctud General Superin
tendent of tho Ohio and Mississippi rail
road. Mr. Grlswold, although a young
man, is looked upon as ouo of tho most
competent aud thorough golnir railroad
men in the wholo country. Vlncennes
f:i : zm
UUOlKJi: I. I'HKMTICKAS A WIT.
Krom tho "0nwril" Magntinc
Mr. Prentice's forto as an editor con
slatu in Ills wit and sarcasm. At his
table, witli Jtls spara notes and &rapld
ameuuensls beforo him, ho pulls forth
strings of witty sayings from ills braln'as
a magician pulls forth colls of silken rib
bons from a hat. Whenever a point
HUggestH itself ho will Jot it down, no
mnttcr'whero he hKor.Jwhat accomw'axhv-.
tlous fdr Jottlngidb wd aro nt - hand! "v I Hb
generally has a pencil aud a slip of pa
per, sometimes only tho debris of an old
onyelopp about him, bUt for a desk ho
will with equal readiness mako uso of his
hat or a dead wall ora lamp post. THo
note.conslstlng probably of ouly.a word,
lu then consigned to opparant oblivion In
tho depths of a pocket or tho Inside of a
hat, to bo brought out only by chance
among a number of boon companions lu
tho same place, When he feels Inolluod
to wit, ho takes from receptacles where
ho hasplacod his inoro fortuuata notes,
thick strips of tiny manuscript, with
bare suggestions of ajoko. On these ho
commences a process of incubation that
is quite as rapid as that of tho famous
hen persuader. IJ0 dictates in a slow
and serious manner, with his eyes fixed
alternately on his own little slip of pa
nor and on tho celling, punctuating as
ho goes, never halting to supply a word
or two to embellish a Ugurc, but straight
on as fluently as Wendell Phillips or Su
san U. Anthony nnswers a retort. His
conversational powers.strangely enough,
are very deficient. Ho becomes paluful
iy dull and awkward when brought iu
to brilliant company. Introduco him to
a noted wit, and although ho may laugh
at the Jokes of a new acquaintance, tho
laugh Is partially forced, and his replies,
if he ( attempt any, aro irrelevant ami
pointless. He Is shy of niakiug any at
tempt at wit and humor, aud seems
strongly inclined to discountenanco such
an attempt on the part of another. His
wit Is apparant only lu the columns of a
newspaper, for It requires to bo pruned
and finished beforo It Is presentable. Ho
does not say things tliut are bright, but
lie thinks and writes a great many.
Ily ttrlnnoran ojtfuilon to m ilirf'tfd by h
C ork of i i.ciiiilt court of Alrxmvler countr. fn llm
buie of II .nol, mUTor of JiiIia lUuniRHrd cJ
KiiuiHioe iiicriiii property, to.wit! Tho .buili-at
ortl.f norilitttwt quarter mid the lomhwrtlnnarUrof
r tti..n Mnnbri! Uto, lntotnhip nun.l,friileTD-
01 iim conn iifiin, 111 tlio oily of eniro, Alomnilcr
county, llln,n, on the istli ilav of Normtr, A. !.,
ltwrMi th liourii of nine oYlovlc. a.m.. anJ
umiiol f i .Uy.fi.r cah, totatisfy rani exctul:n.
tar.. U! . (K-tuttrVO, UJ
Sli r ! if AU-jumdcrto'imij', lAmoh.
T.lll'IS II llrrna
CLOT1 1 ES. WRINGER.
Vfltl.XJKIt. or at leatt
la';ii it on tri.il ntli utiy or All 01I1111..
an'i Kcfp tho
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1IL V THK eM,V f.KM'INK IMI'ltOVKD
0RI0DE GOLD WATCHES
M muf.ctiirrd liy tho
OROIDE WATCH CO.
TiicynretiU lie U,i m-vke, Hgntinjt Ci04, finely
iliu.U, i jykki.-lwKitrllkiirtiif ki,hihI are ennui in
at.!.. -ai. e to tlio lt K'M watchc Umully cnttltiR
51 Hi . ,J w'l,"l !, Uut' ami La llea' .lien,
at Sia iirli. '
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t)MlilKi..M llri: lu'l'H.ej ;rnll J.'w, leJ I.erer.oru
i ipiiil to v t.i lil W,,rh. H lleKiilnteiUnaejitaran.
tei.l C.i k.fp ootreot rtme. an.l wenr uiiil not tarnl'ti,
with KxtrJ f.i..' Ctu.it, nt SJ.i o.v'li. 1
iiioi( l rxpilreil lu hiIvsiicc. Wo
fenl j.y Kxpri uniMliro Hilhiiitha lintodStatOii,
parahld to .e,'. :,t u del.t r'.vviti tli.i (.rivili'Ro m open
i.ti'l eui.n. jMni t.,r, ;!il jf not KAtuf.icbirv
return-'! '. p.ivni(4 the i;j.r. !n . LirKe.. (iocl will
U ,nt i.v nil -i n.'h'. Utsi rackige, prepaid, ky
ii'lnic-fl-l, n jinane.
AS AOKN'I KKNIII.VO Knit SIX AVATCHKS nW
AN i:Xlit.V WA'll KKKK M Mj HKVK.V i
WATi lII Hilt olt K V.S JJO ATe'jlEH I'Oll
a 1. so i:m;(ja.vt oitomi: ;omi:.v
C'HA I AS', of lut'- itn.1 ninit eoilvtye, forl.uile
ami lionllcinrii. I'i-.hh p) ( J 111. lit h Ioiij,', at i-', f 1,
e luidjjuwli, eiit unit wHtelie.nl whneiale price,
6uie kin. I n l f "( m.i:. Ii r.- iuirod. uiul or.lor onlv
Tin: "K'tita; watch e:o.
in l uit u ritreet, .New Vork.
JLACKBl'ItN U.N I VJSHSlTY,
c.vHi.wii:, ii v
CVUIlslis OK STl)IV
qO U.lld I ATE A N UfTU i;y LOG IOA W
K.1 I hi
.wlm Uine rotwiMy h(sv enot-
OaonimaJallonM fur u lurtr. tmtn.
fl, with UimraVto uaoonimajjlii
or or nt'ienu
Itonrdin th Colleo Hoarding Hull
At TWIffi DpI.UVly A WgUUi.t.
T'i Cuxpiia' f..rTninon, Uonrd,' Kaom Helll,
I'll' I, I0., do u ' A' ee.l
Piimua the hiU4 .. of atmly with tho joung
nieni .unl iv.ll r ouivu tho i i dojtroea nhen they
'raduatv. They otUiu loajdut rcurion:vt.lo ratc In
ueit term w.H uonunouco on tho
I'liMf .Hominy in Sc'itciiabcr.
For further Information nUlroHH Prof. J.
or Prof. 11.11. .Vintoji) At IVullutlllc, 111,
.., ,,.,1 i-urui.an.i wioiiiu foutrtcut quarter
of Motion ntirnbrn-l imjjM, In township nmntxrul
mcntren, rangu two w( ,t, nil In Akxander county.
Illinois t H-i.r.Kri) i.ftlio ukuI Mrllnda llmimirarlJ,
hah 1 hull nttVr at ihiI.Iik .1 t k. i.". 1
"" III UUUI
JOHN IT. OBERLY & bo
VALUABLE CITY I'ROI'ERtY'foR
yALIC. " - -
All Kllnlbly Mluatod IMrelllnir l(,uar.
I will sell tnv dwelllne home, altuatcil on tho corner
of Hlxlhan.l Walnuti wllh tho two IiiUlipan which it
stand', on rcaionable term. Tho lioiisoeoiitalnn ftt
roomi and a kitchen, U well arranged, .well finished,
supplied with KA,cltrn, onthoufes, oti., and all lu
nut ratecomlitloii, horprlceand tarniiapply at at
bop, on Snth ureet, near I.otoo street.
i,f ,y. THEOIIAI.D.
A freo lunch will be aerrod up at lh Kcypllan Ij
loon and rostaurant, at ten o'clock eyerr inornlnit.
Tho restaurant haa heen tecnUr fitted 1111, and pf
otiscan be accommodalsd with meal, at all houra.'
r Prices reasonabla.
Corner of Hlxth street and Comnierolal Avemi. naxl
door to Post Oince, H. 1 ATT Kit.
THE FLOAVrER QUEEN
The Coronation or the Iloxe.
A Cantata In two part, liy n Clan of
1'ouiik I.mllea of Cuiro,
Connected with the ConeratorT of Music ill der 111
uitvviivn wi 1T01. I..U. iiialsilell, at tho
Atlioneuiii, Thursday and Friday Kvenhigs,
Oetoher iMatanU U'JU.
TleL-ets Wets. I Itesenod f-'eatx 75 cf
Ticked forialo at llinoflii'i. i,r iK iil...n.kiin, ...
Tliamday and Krid iy from Un. m. to 12 m. and n.i
of every de'erlptton,
Lalli, hhliiKli'D ami tlixr I'onttl.
YARD AND OKKirK-CornrrComtnttltlaeuueaii1
OriUM sollcltnl and promptly ml. l-lrwnU.it
Lumber furni.liml on short notice. oetlC-Cm
1." rew 1 .... 'i'
I rM-ni.KMfi urMN l.K-TniJ.".
Je'roid. ah illiisiriti-ini. i.a.
-IOI.A. Uy N. ll.xnint.ne. In '
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MVTO I'KOl I'KI-. AX V or TICK AIIOU
', Wlllmui K -" Hiry.
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TthiieW -' !! 1 " f ''"
i I" " " HUOOM FACTORY.
'"-1AIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
J W. 1'M'KliV. I1K0THHK,
N XaOW Iriooo
U the samo yMJ ' " U' J"'
Orders l-f ' the .n ro f i. ! W.l...mMir Ohm
,fl,JU be promptly attended to.
j BOOK BINDING,. ,
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