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Wednesday, August 22, 1883.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
LUCIUS F. HUBBARD,
Of Goodhue Count}.
For Lieutenant Governor,
CHARLES A. GILMAN,
Ol Stearns County.
For Secretary of State,
FRED VON BAUMBACH,
Of Douglas County.
For State TreasRrer,
Of Freeborn County.
For Attorney General,
Of Wabasha County
For Railroad Commissioner,
O Blue Eart County.of The Granfd Armyh Posh Minne
sota had a very successful gather
ing at Lake Minnetonka last week.
The American Association fcr
the advancement of science held an
impoitant session in Minneapolis
Last Saturday a bis demand was
created for the Minneapolis Jour
nal by the announcement in that
paper of the reported escape of the
Younger boys from States prison at
Stillwater. Of course the an
nouncement was only sensational.
The Democrats are very anxious
to be on good terms with the Scan
dinavian voters. Judge Flandran
points out with a smile that the
Democtatic State ticket now has
a Scandinavian for both head and
The strike of the telegraph oper
ators was concluded last Saturday
morning, all the operators agreeing
to accept work at the old rates.
The strike was a failure and many
of the strikers are loud in their de
nunciation of the action of the
Brotherhood in holding out so
long, and by that means allowing
their places to be filled by other
During the past six months pre
cisely six diseased cattle have been
imported into Britain from Ameri
ca, and upon this slender fact is
based all the row about foot and
mouth disease which the English
have been making. The trouble is
that English beef producers want
to have the market to themselves,
and have manufactured the foot
and mouth scare order to close
The Republican State Central
Committee held a meeting in St.
Paul last Thursday and organized
for the campaign by the election
of Gen. McLaren as chairman and
Gen. Flower as secretary of the
committee. Gov. Hubbard and
other candidates on the State tick
et were present. Everyone present
expressed himself as satisfied with
the outlook, and the success of the
ticket with the usual majority was
The Democratic State Ceutral
Committee met in St. Paul last
Friday to fill the vacancy on the
State ticket occasioned by Mr. Mc
Nair's refus.il to accept the nomin
ition for Governor. The vacancy
was filled out by the unanimous
nomination of Adolph Bierman,
of Olmsted county. Mr. Bierman
was not present, but a gentleman
authorized to speak for him, stated
that if the nomination was unani
mously tendered him he would ac
cept, and as that was done it may
be that he will be the Democratic
Ohio Democrats are discouraged.
Tt has become plain to the least ob
serving among their leaders that
whatever prospects of success
may have had a few weeks
their case is now a hopeless
Hoadly is blamed for it all.
one can deny that Hoadly is a
brainy man," said one disgusted
bourbon. "He wears a No 1\
hat, but his chief misfortune is that
he wears a No. 26 mouth." No
man with that sort of a mouth e\er
succeeded in politics. He is abso
lutely certain to talk his cause to
death. The Republican leaders of
Ohio appreciate this fact, and have
taken advantage of Hoadly's weak
ness to provide themselves with al
the campaign material needed.
A letter from Chas. Clarke,
secretary of the Northwestern In
dustrial Association, says: "Ad-
vices already received from patrons
warrant us in guaranteeing the
finest Live Show Stock ever gath
ered in this country. New York,
Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana,
Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Dako
ta, Montana, Manitoba, and our
own State will be represented,
while productions from all quarters,
showing the vast resources of our
State and Northwestern Territory
will be in abundance. Every de
partment will be well filled. Every
day will have a programme of at
tractions calculated to gratify the
pleasurable anticipations of our
patrons. The different railroads
have agreed to sell excursion tick
ets from all points on their respec
tive lines. In addition to the ho
tel accommodations in Minneapolis,
a Committee on Entertainment has
been appointed, with Mr. W
Van Norman as chairman. Office
at Dyer & Howard's 408 Nicollet
avenue. Any person who intends
visiting the fair, desirous of secur
ing accommodations in Minneapo
lis, at private houses, at reasonaole
prices, can address him and can be
provided." The fair and exposi
tion will open at Minneapolis next
Monday and continue until Satur
day, Sept. 1st, The military tour
nament will be the main features
of Tuesday and Wednesday.
DEMOCRATIC FOLLY IN IOWA. THE
CANDIDATE'S SILLY TALK.BUT-
LER AND THE MASSACHUSETTS
AGAINST KIEFER THE SULLI-
VAN-SLADE KNOCKOUT.ITS BA
MORAL EFFECT. A LAWYER'S
EXPERIENCE WITH A BOY.IN-
FATUATED WITH POOL PLAYING.
N EW YORK, August IT, 1883.
The remark of a Creek sage to a
fellow wise man, "If you had re
mained silent, you would have con
tinued a philosopher,'' can seldom
be so aptly applied as to Mr.Kinne,
the Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor in Iowa. If the Democrats
of that State had pursued only a
half way moderate course on the li
quor question, they would un
doubtedly drawn over a large num
ber of dissatisfied Republicans to
whom extreme prohibition meas
ures are distasteful. Now Mr.
Kinne, however, steps up in public
meeting and exclaims that he is in
favor of a saloon on every hill top
if necessary, and one on every road
side and thoroughfare. "The more
public the better, he says. "Whom
the Gods would destroy, they first
make mad," said the ancients.
The truth of the adage does not
seem to have lost its force yet.
The unanimity of the Republi
cans in Massachusetts, their set
purpose and untiring efforts are
producing a good effect in that
State, and the Butlerites are plain
ly getting shy. A few months ago
they apparently had things their
own way, and spoke openly of be
ginning the campaign early and
make it a hot one. Now, however,
they have twice postponed making
a date for the State Convention,
and they cannot even unite on a
meeting place. It looks very much
as if Butler would not be able to
summon even a corporal's guard
when the real fight begins.
The movement which has been
on foot for some time among Re
publicans to honor Mr. Kiefer with
the nomination for the Speakership,
is beginning to excite serious oppo
sition, and the scheme will proba
bly be dropped, since it is no use to
get into difficulties and dissensions
about a matter which after all is a
mere compliment and can be pro
ductive of no result since whatever
man the Democrats may centre up
on will have a practical walk over.
Said a leading Republican to me
the other day: "Kiefer, when he
held the office before, acted with
such folly, and wa3 so intensely
partisan that he repulsed every In
dependent voter of Republican
tendencies. He is not by any
means a representative Republican,
but nothing more than an unreas
oning tool of the machine. To give
him the compliment of a nomina
tion, would be to give the party a
certificate of poverty as to men of
narrow minded views which would
undoubtedly bring abot serious con
sequences so far as the country at
large is concerned, besides arousing
The Sullivan-Slade sparring en
counter last Monday night,was cer
tainly as brutal an exhibition as has
disgraced this city for a long time.
At the same time it was nothing
but a hippodroming farce, for Slade
was by no means in training, and
as for Sullivan he was by no means
in prime ccndition, and had a good
man been opposed to him all his
brute strength would not have com
pensated for his want of condition.
It is said that the police obtained a
fair share of the profits by allow
ing the disgusting operation to go
on. It is certainly a bad sign of
the times when $22,000 was receiv
ed at the door from persons who
paid from one to two dollars for the
"pleasure" of seeing two human
animals pummel at each other for
eight and a half minutes. The
bad effect upon morality of the
young can hardly be over estimat
ed. The hero worship with which
these modern gladiators are sur
rounded dazzles their vanity, and
the large sums which they receive
aiouses their cupidity, while at the
same time it excites contempt foi
honest labor and monetary returns
I can cite a case on that point.
Happening to call on a leading law
yer a few days ago, he said he could
not momentarily leave his office as
he had just discharged his office
boy. "It is a pity about the fel-
low," said he, "but the billiard and
pool excitement broke him all up
He saw several of the pool tourna
ments and conceived a violent lik
ing of the game. He began tt
play himself, and became infatuat
ed. When I sent him anywhere
he would spend hours aad hours
away, and as I found out afterwards
his time was wasted at the pool
table. He is a boy of but sixteen,
yet in a short time he became such
an adept that if he burst the balls
well, he could pocket every one
that he needed to make game.
People in billiard halls noticed his
skill and made little matches for
him, and he won most of them.
Fortunately however he did not be
gin drinking. A couple of weeks
ago, late at night he stumbled into
a low place where there was a pool
table. He began to play with a
man who afterwards turned out to
be the crack player of the establish
ment and beat him. They played
until four o'clock in the morning
and beat him right along. He was
made much of on the strength of
his prowess, and then somebody
taught him poker. He had collect
ed a bill of $65 for me that after
noon and lost every cent of it.
About nine o'clock he came to the
office, pale and haggard from the
night's excitement, and made a
clean breast of it. I did not want
to get him arrested, and took pity
on him. So I told him to let that
be a lesson to him, but of course I
had to discharge him. It is a pity
about the lad, for he is not bad at
heart but the dazzle and sham
glory of being an expert at a fool
ish game ha3 spoiled his career in
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18, 1883.
A sarcastic Iowa womnn.It is
customary when printed matter is
held at the city post office on ac
count of insufficient postage t' no
tify the party to whom the pu,e is
addressed of the fact. A c.ird con
taining such a notice was sent to a
woman in Iowa, who^e reply was
received to-day. It said simply:
"When pumpkins are ripe I will
send you one that has more brains
than ever had the man who made
this ruling on paper postage."
Postmaster General Gresham has
mailed a letter to the director gen
eral of posts of Mexico, calling his
attention to the railway facilities
lately acquired between his coun
try and the United States, and sug
gesting that hereafter in all cases
where practicable matter be sent by
rail, instead of by steamer, as at
present, whereby the detentions of
mail matter by sea at Vera Cruz in
the yellow fever season may be
avoided, and quicker communica
According to the temperatures
reported by the signal office, it has
been cooler in Washington this
week, and in fact neatly every day
in August, than it has been in
Canada. For instance, at seven
o'clock this morning the ther
mometer stood at 61 degrees at
Washington, while it was three
degrees higher in Montreal and
two degrees higher in Quebec- Our
temperature this morning was ex
actly the same that at Duluth,
two degrees lower than at Port
land, Me-, and one degree lower
than at Block Island, R. I
For the Chicago News to talk
about malaria in Washington is a
sbecies of cheek wh'ch is wholly
unpardonable. Washington is
more exempt from malaria than
any city in the United States, with
out regard to population. Popula
lation being equal, there are ten
cases of malaria in Chicago to one
in Washington. Washington is
not a commercial city, does not sell
cotton or slaughter hogs, but it is
clean, free of mud and dust, and is
President Arthur in a ranger's
Costume.The President's appear
ance is thus described as he started
from Green River station, on the
U. P. road, August 6th: The Pres
ident appeared the costume of a
veritable ranger, with top boots,
slouch hat, and a grey suit with a
short sack coat, which had evident
ly been in the family some years.
He appeared thoroughly rested and
inhaled the morning air vigorously.
To those around him he declared
he had never experienced such a
digestion in his life. Secretary
Lincoln's new baseball shoes and
mountain costume completely dis
guised his official identity.
The telegraph war seems to have
settled down to a question of en
durance of the opposing interests.
This is unsatisfactory to the public,
and must be ruinous to both the
monopolj and the strikers. There
ought to be some cool-head
ed men among the managers of the
two interests who could, by a con
ference, arrange the difficulties on
soms satisfactory compromis3 ba
One of the didn't-know-it-was-
loaded idiots has produced an unus
ual sensation at Hamilton, Canada.
He riddled a young lady,his cousin,
with bird shot, and she died. Two
of the shooter's sisters were so af
fected by the tragedy that they
have lost their reason, his grand
father became insane and attempt
ed to commit suicide, and the shoot
er himself, who was formerly, judg
ing from his manner of handling a
gun, only a driveling idiot, is now
a laving maniac.
Dr. Holmes on Best Bad-Rooms.
"Perhaps }ou remornber," said a
enial friend concemuior Oliver Wen
Holmes, "how well the doctor
holds his own, though naturally of a
delicate organization. Well, he attrib
utes his healthy condition to the fact of
good exercise early in the day. You
know he married Dr. Jackson's daugh
ter, and Starow, also of a delicate con
stitution, married another daughter.
Well, Dr. Jackson's advice was,
have the necessary physique to stand
horseback riding, do it if not, take an
early walk each day.' The two sons
in-law of Dr. Jackson have scrupulous
ly followed the advice. When the town
of Watertown started the Lyceum I was
on the committee to select lecturers.
On one occasion I went to Dr. Holmes.
Well, yes,' he said, 'I will come out to
Watertown and lecture, but you must
take me back to Boston the same night.'
1 said to him, 'you can take the Water
town branch and go over to Newton, or
take a private carriage, but there area
great many places, where you will be
welcome to stay over night. Come up
and stay with me.' 'Ah, Mr. said
the doctor, 'there is the difficulty for
the past twenty years I have been lect
uring in the country, you see, and it re
quired all ray vitality to prepare and
deliver my lectures, and I got pretty
well warmed up before I closed then,
you see, I was invited to stay over
night, and the extremest hospitality
was offered me, including the front
chamber, shut up most of the year to
keep out air, dust and vci-min. Now I
think I have done my part in warming
up these sacred rooms during the past
twenty years, and you can appreciate
my reasons for wishing to sleep at
home.' "Boston Traveler.
In a scandal case in Philadelphia last
week one Miss Price, who had been for
two years confined in a lunatic asylum,
was given her discharge by the court.
When her freedom was assured she
rose, with her hand on her heart, and,
addressing the court, asked: "May I be
permitted a word, sir?" Before any
reply could be given, she continued, in
earnest tones: "My counsel in his ad
dress has said that I have been unfitted
to become the wife of any man, but I
say that I am too good to be the wife
of most men." After discharging her
Parthian arrow, she walked quietly
away in the company of her lawyer.
Under the head of "Society News," a
rural paper of Arkansas says: "Major
Jack Muggle, so well known in this
community, and who sells goods at
Black Fork, and who recently married
the beautiful and accomplished Miss
Higtores, yesterday shot and killed Col.
Blowgill, a gentleman of much merit in
business, but a trifle slow in society,"
Florida papers say that the use of to
bacco stems as a fertilizer for orange
trees is attracting attention all over the
i "if ?&$*&
I called on Walt Whitman, the poet,
the other day, because I had heard he
was ill, and while in his parlor I made a
discovery. Walt is not ill. I may tell
you in advance. That is, he is no worse
than usual, though you must know he
is and has been for ears a sort of half
paralytic. He hobbles along rather
slowly, but he is fond of hobbling, and
he spends a good deal of his time on
Chestnut street here and on the ferry
boats between this city and Camden,
where he lives. Walt's appearance is,
to say the least, peculiar. He is an
proachinw his 64th birthday, but his
face is ruddy and his long white hair,
beard and mustache plentiful. In his
attire he is plain but eccentric. A suit
of thick gray stuff is his favorite dress
a long frock coat and wide baggy trous
ers, while his head is covered when out
doors by a wide-brimmed, soft-felt,
light-colored hat, that reminds one of a
miller. Indeed, Walt's appearance is
miller-like altogether. He invariably
wears his white shirt with rolling collar
attached, open at the throat. This has
been his habit since he was quite a
youth, and together with his long hair
act, is a mark of his claim to practical
recognition, I suppose. I never knew
where Walt got the idea of the open
shirt until the day I called on him. Then
I discovered it. In his parlor he has an
old portrait. It's two or three hundred
years old, I imagine, from its appear
ance, and that hVs a remarkably good
bit of work is apparent, despite the
marks of age. The portrait is that of a
man in middle life, of aristocratic bear
ing and a face which Walt's somewhat
resembles. Well, his shirt is innocent
of buttons and the collar rolls back from
the bare throat just as does the collar of
the "good gray poet." Whitman says
it's the portrait of one of his ancestors,
an old Hollander. This settles the ques
tion of his ancestry. For if he doesn't
know where his great-grandfather came
from I'm sure I don't know who ought
Brains in the Brute Creation.
Caleb Cope's cow, in Chester County,
Pa., has adopted two youn lambs.
A story comes from New England of a
mouse which was so charmed by a gen
tleman's singing that it ran up to his
shoulder and sat motionless for a few
moments until the singing was finished,
then trembled violently, fell to the floor,
A dove came upon the premises of a
farmer of Amesbury, Mass about two
years ago and associated itself with the
barnyard fowls, assuming their habits,
roaming with them through the day and
roosting with them at night. When the
fowls are confined the dove remains in
their mclosure, although it might easi
ly fly away.
A monkey was given a lump of sugar
inside of a closed bottle. It worried it
self sick trying to get at the sugar. Fits
of the most ludicrous melancholy alter
nated with spasms of delight, as a new
idea suggested itself, followed by a fresh
series of experiments. Nothing availed
until one day ajar of olives tell from
the table with a crash. The result was
noticed by the monkey, who instantly,
hurled his bottle to the floor, and was
soon in possession of the lamp of sugar.
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since 1865. and you therefore reap the benefits of
experience, besides reference can be given to ac
tual clients in almost every county in the U. S,
Vamphlet relating to Patents free upon request.
CEO. E. LEMON,
615 15th St., WASHINGTON, C.
Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor of Amelia
can and Foreign Patents.
Corner Minn. & 1st North strs.
This business Is established and conducted by
Hr. H. Beassmann as heretofore in the rear ens of
BeasBmanns hardware store. It shall always be
myaim to constantly keep on hand a well assorted
pojkof rliriM-cij, Stlllji Wh/
wall a so I
ing ir Mid CUtom work *0 tte
$37.53 for One Dollar.
Music Tor the million Vienna Eohan Orgui
Sweetest and most delightful musie known. Pop
ular in Europe Any tune cau be played on it
from Old Hundred to Yankee- Doodle. Even
those with no ear while away delightful hone
with this instrument. Any one can play its
Children play it one evening. Costs but one tenth
as much as the organette, Organnia, Etc. andi.
far sweeter and needs only eommon musie- T.
introduce our new mnsic we will tend a samps
organ, with bonnd book, containing full words
and mnsic of 96 new and popular songs, which in
sheet form sell forf37.35, prepaid to any address
for only one dollar. CO. D. As a guarantee
that every one will receive all they pay for, we
will send one sample book and organ by express,
C. O. D., (I two $1 60 three. $3 30 or more at
rate of $9 per dozen. We cannot prepay goods
sent C. O. D. Circulars free. Address MONAD-
NOCK MUSIC CO. Lock box 750, Hmsdale, N. Y.
JULIUS D. LEVI
Successor to John. C. Zieske.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
&c., &c., &c
Repairing Done Promptly & Cheap.
Main S Sleepy Eye, Mine
Ainke & Bertrand,
MADE CLOTHING, HAT
CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES
NOTIONS, %c., &c, ftc.
Highest market price paid for
SLEEPY EYE MINN
c. si flower
Manufacturer oi first [class parlor fiirnituie as
/*V/JV CUJtlR, JhT^fT THJSS S,
JUrapei let, nmbrequliit, Mile.
All kin Js of upholstered furmtuie ncntlrcjmn
A LAUOE STOCK OP|liPHOLSThBE OOOD3 AND
FUHNITUni-i AtWA\S Kil'T ON EA KD
Oulws by mail promptly attended to.
453 Wacoutator, Eight. St, ST PAUL
John II. *clku?ze A. ?an!on
The leading htnts' Furnishing House
of the Northwest
155 EAST THIRU Sr ST PAUL
(old etarnl) Hattu* Wrlmtrt.
Men's Furnishers and Shirt makers.
J. FERNEKtS & CO.
and dealers in
NUTS, GREEN FRUITS,
etc. etc. etc.
351 & 353 E. Water St., Milwaukee.
a ck madoat home by the industry
loiis. Best business now before the pub
lic Capital not needed We will start
you Men, women, bojs and girls
wanted everywheie to work for u
Now is the tune. You cna work in
spare timcor give your whole time to the business
No other business will pay you nearly as well No
one can fail to maile enormous piy by engaging
atoncc. Costly outfit and terms free Money
made fast, and hanoiabl). Address TBVE
& Co., Augusta Me, Nov
Empire Mill Co.
r wrasse- s^^Pft^fflSB^ffl^Qte^v^vr
24 Rollers and 4 Burrs.
We take pleasuie in informing tL*.
public that we aie now ready for bus
iness. The best machinery and all the
latest improvements in the manufac
ture of flour enable us to compete ith
the best mills in the country.
We are constantly buying
At the Highest Market Prices
We sell all kinds of
AT LOW RATES.
Sj ecial Attention given to
An extra stone for giinding feed.
Wood 1 ikon for cash or in exchange
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken oft your
rest by a sit elnld enffenrg and crying ^ith the
exert ciating pain of cutting teeth? If so go at
once ind get .1 bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
fayrup It will revive the poor little suftere im
mediately depend upon it: there is no mistake
about it There is not a mother on Earth who has
used it who will not tell you that it will regulate
the bowels, give rest to the mother und relief and
health to the child, operating like magic It is
perfectly safe to use in all uses, and ti i 11 to
the taste, and is thc perscription of one of the ol
dest female physicians and nurses in the Umted
States Sold at 25 cents a bottle ever} heic
Opr, POST OFFICE NEW ULM, SUNN
AD0LPH SEITER, Prop'r.
This house is he most centrally lo
cated house in Uie cit and
folds good Sample Rooms.
BREWER, MUSTER & BOTTLER
K^W t/iM MiJW-
This brewery is one of the largest, establishments
of the kin I in ihe Minnesota Valley and is fitted
up with all the modern improvements. Keg and
bottle beer furnished to any parr of the city on
short notice. My bottlebeer Is especially adapted
for family use.
Country brewers and others that bny malt will
find it to their interest to place their orders with
me. All orders by mail will receive ray prompt at
DR. KARL SCHULIN,
OCULIST and AURIST,
Cor. 7th & Jackson Sts. ST. PAUL.
O FFICfc HOURS: rom9tolSA,X. -a
M Behnke, Manager.
58^1? s.-*.*?* 'v
EACHNIOlfT'FRLli O&ETOTWRT v5.^SKf
That in Buying
Ul Chea Cas Store.
The undersigned wish to announce that their Large and Ne
READY-MADE CLOTHING, YOUTHS' CLOTHING
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY
BOOTS 4 SHOES, LIQUORS, ETC ETC
for the fall and winter trade is now being received, and we take this
early opportunity to invite our friends and customers to give us a call
and examine our goods.
We will Not be Undersold
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO CASH PURCHASERS.
B. & E. BEHUKE.
The Aultman & Taylor
Horse Fowers 3c Steam Engines
Massilion and Chicago
I S THRIS S E R, 3
Walter A. W d's
Iil} f^ur\i}ii^ Sweep ^kke fjekpet* Jn\d Mwei
AND ENCLOSED GEAR MOAVER.
'MilbuiY, '$tougt\toif knd Wit\oi\b, ^u^tod
Bufff/ies ami Platforn Spring Wagons,
of e\ery kind and diseription
Hock Island, J. I, Case and Moline
The Old Reliable Holinsworth Sulky Say Bakes,
$^iwin JVIill^, fewii^ Ikt5h,ine
and evenythmg else usually needed in the agricultural line.
I invite farineis and those who need implements of any kind to call and
examine my goods before purchasing elsewheie. I can sell cheaper and give
better terms than any firm west of Mank.ito and giuuantee satisfaction satis-
faction.A full line of Itepans foi the above Machines always on hami.
LAMBERTON TRACY AND TYLER.
S D. Peterson.
PARSONSTh ^rflLLS7iipoi.ibT.gthinahincwi.ATp.rion-"tJo lhrM
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. BOOTS SHOES
Hats & Caps, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods.
NEW TJUML MINN.
ALLTHE WOP KNOWS
than in any other class of Goods
The Bes isthe Cheapest.
It is gratifying for us to be able to announce to our patrons and public
generally, that, while it has always been our study and pride
to GIVE MORE and BETTER GOODS FOR LESS
MONEY than any other house in this line
of Busines, and have this year eclips-
ed all former efforts, and are
now prepared to ofler
Than are asked by inferior houses for cheap and ill-made footwea
W have a complete assortment in every department, and are no
afraid to show goods and compare price with anybody. Don't wait for
another invitation but take the first opportunity and
who will Uk OMB Pitt
KIESLING, KELLER & CO.,
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