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he Weekly Democrat.
. Published Every Saturday by
The Democrat Prlntino Go.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offle it Cpe Girardeau,
Mo., aa second-class matter.
SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1899.
Thauk God for his goodness the
Missouri Legislature will adjourn
Congressman Vandiver has not been
v.M-y lavish in the distribution of gar
den seeds this vear. fte has however,
been sending out a few (lower seeds
They are killing Democratic editors
up in North Missouri. Down in this
country where we raise wheat, corn,
bull-frogs and a race of people that
are always peaceable, editors live till
An editor was killed at Maryville,
Mo., the other day. Down hore in
soutneast .Missouri editors are never
killed. Now and then a Cape Girar
deau editor gets a black eve or
but there are no
According to reports from Madrid
Aguinaldo will hang on to the Spanish
prisoners until the war with the Amer
leans is over, and then use them to
get concessions from Spain. Some
thing seems to be the matter with this
story. Unless the prisoners' quarters
are as portable as the Filipino capital
tnere will be a very poor chance for
Aguinaldo to hang on to them much
longer. But .even if he holds on to
them to the end of the war, he can get
no favors from Spain for them. When
the war ends, whether this is a few
weeks or a few months hence. Aguin
aldo will be a prisoner in American
hands or bo hiding in sw;unps or
jungles. In neither case will he be in
a position ,to take any favors from
Spain, even if she u-ere situated so
tha. she could give them. Tins Mad
rid story has a queer appearance.
Agoncillo lays all the blame for the
war on the Americans. Agoncillo
talks so much like Hoar. V-.t, Hillv
.Mason and the other American Tagals
that his remarks have not the merit
of novelty for this country. The cap
ture of the Filipinos' -positions from
Manila on to and including Malolos,
Aguinaldo says, is not of much
-0 -tance. Ileiv, too, lie talks like
impo. 'eners in this country. It is
his cnnK however, that this partlcu
observed, keeps even farther out of
lar -Malay u, ,ws Aguinaldo. So
I... I-I.l ? uri 1' th
o , remains 111 I'arislie
long as AgonciJ-V -y lliinil(Hl ,,v lhe
will not lie physK. ,.;u. -;lt ,,., fo.
Miiash-up which ) v . ;iiK.. ,...
the Filipino rebel I'tffc.
Ofder of Publicities.-
State of Missouri, at ";' :ii'- a no
to the use of r L.. ,.
of the revenue Caf.
111 the state 01 jus
The Unknown Heirs and legal repre
sentatives of M. S. Mite him.
Action to Enforce Tax Lien.
Now, at this time comes the plain
tiff, by counsel. John A. Hop-. Esq.,
lefore the. undersigned, clerk of tne
circuit court of Cape Girardeau
county, in taction, and tiles hi ie
iilion and affidavit herein, stating
other things that the defend
ants are non-residents of the State of
Missouri, and cannot be summoned
in this action. It is therefore ordered
by the clerk foresaid, in vacation,
that publication be made notifying the
said defendants that an action has
been commenced against them by pe
tition in the circuit court of Cape
Girardeau county, Missouri, the ob
ject and general nature of which is to
enforce the lien of the State of Mis
sonri. for taxes upon the following
described lands, to wit:
Four (41 acres, being the east part
f the northwest Quarter Of section
Bix ffil. Township thirty-ame (31 ),
Range thirteen (13), in the county of
Caps liiraraeau, Missouri.
That unless they be and apiear at
the next regular term of this court to
le heiTun and hold in the court house,
in the city of Jackson, Cape Girar
deau countv. Missouri, on the hrst
Monday in May next, 199, and on or
before the third day thereof, ( if the
term shall so lone continue; if not,
then before the end of the term, ) and
answer or demur to plaintiff's peti
tion, the same will be taken as con
fessed and judgment renderod accord
ingly It is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published in the Cape G'rar
deau DEMOCRAT, a newspaper -rinted
and published in the city of Cape
Girardeau, Cape Girardeau county,
Missouri, for four weeks successively,
the last insertion to be at least fifteen
days before the first day of the next
term of this court.
STATE OF MISSOURI, I
County of Cape Girardeau, I
I, Chris. F. Betten, Clerk f the
Circuit Court within and for the said
county, hereby certify that the above
and foretroing is a full; true and com
plete copy of the order made by me
this dav in the above suit.
Ik Testimony Whereof. I have
- , hereunto set my hand and
SEAL. affixed the seal of said
' nnurt Done at office in
the city of Jackson, in said county,
this 10th day of March, A. D. 1899.
Chris F. Betten,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Attest: John A. Hope,
marl8-n48-4w. Attorney for Plaintiff
Journal of the .Proceedings.
Regular Session (Official.)
Council Chamber, City of Cape Girar
deau, Mo.. Tueeday evening,
April 11, 1899.
Council met in regular session at
Mayor Wm. H. Coerver, president,
presiding. Members present: Messrs.
Feurth, Givens, Kage, Morrison, Re-
Absent, Messrs. Blomeyer.
The journal of the proceedings for
March and April 6th, was read and
lie ports from city officers for that
part of April frem the 1st to 8th day
were presented and read as follows
Collections from 1st to 8th April,
Received from taxes, real and
personal for the years 1895
to 1898. .
Real and Personal t 70 53
Interest on delinquent taxes.. 3 16
Merchants ri 00
Good Hope street improve
ment between Middle and
Fountain 28 08
lotal H2 76
POLICE JUDGE'S REPORT.
Number of cases tried from 1st
to 8th April, four (4), con
victed 4, Executions issued,
Numbered 1206 to 1209.
fines assessed $ 20 00
Police Judge's fees 10 00
Marshal's fees 8 00
Attorneys fees 4 00
Police ft 00
total fines and costs. . 50 00
Executions Nos. 1149 to 120.'
from March, satisfied as
Labor 124 (K)
Remitted 4 00
Executions Nos. 1206 to 1200.
satisfied by cash ,"0 00
STREET COMMISSIONER'S KEIORT.
Amount e.ended on streets from
April 1st to hi h as follows:
For local repairs (streets) .
Breaking rock and hauling to
- 24 55
ity ci.kijk's report.
Receipts and disbursements from
April 1st to th. !!!.
Hal in Treasury April 1 $11,529 2"
From C. Hirsc-h. collector f IoT 2
H. G. Dcmnsev. Host w.-iriien iui
25 IK 1
1 M. coupons paid .
Bal. in Treasury April 1 . .. 1, 13s :,
On motion of Mr. Kage said reports
were received, approved and the clerk
in.. ,r,"',L'11 to " warrants on Gen
eral K. venilL' f"ml favwr of tlu? -s, v
eral jitrsona aml for th,i amounts to
which they are mi'led under said
POLICE JL'UiK'S A.VXl'AL RF.POTtr
From April 12. ISO to April 11. !!l.
Total number of cases, 116 ex
ecutions Nos. 1094 to 1209.
Fines assessed 975 00
Costs 82 10
Cost in cases not convicted. . .
Total business for the year...!
Accounted for as follows:
Cash collected by Marshal...
Labor reported by Jailor
Remitted by the Mayor
Stayed executions for cause..
Escapes from Jailer
Against city, found not guilty
Cases dismissed. 3
Cases not guilty. 8
Cases convicted.. 107 116
City Attorner, B. F. Davis, sub
mitted a detailed report of the trans
actions of the legal department of the
city for the past year; said report also
shows the number of cases and names
of parties against whom the city had
obtained judgments and executions
ordered issued, for taxes due the city
and the names of parties sued for
taxes but the suits still pending in the
Common Pleas Court. The report
deals at length with the question of
the inadequacy of the salary of the
City Attorney, and closes with .the
recommendation that the same should
be raised before hit successor, Mr.
Whitelaw, qualifies for the office.
On motion of Mr. Kage said reports
were received and ordered filed.
The Marshal, at his own request,
was granted until next meeting, to file
his report of the business of his office
for the year ending April 11, 18! 9.
The following bills were presented
Geo. E. Chappell, clerk, for
bonds, c 32 4.'
John A. Weber, marshal, for
salary for part of April,
910.78, attendance, polls, &c.
910.75 21 53
Fred Brunke, for boarding pris
oners part of April 20 00
B. F. Daris, attorney, for ex
penses to Jefferson City to at
tend meeting of attorneys of
cities of the 3d class, 922.00:
3 days services and time in at
tending said .meeting, 930.00... 52 00
Democrat Printing Co. for reso
lution, Ellis street, in daily... 2 50
Printing 11,400 election tickets. 22 80
Special Police for services at
. election April 4th, .Miller,
Maag, Wolford, Brunke, 91.50
John Goings for dray age on
election booths 1 75
G. W. Babn for handles, spikes 3 45
Stephen Bank for repairing city
tools. October to April 8 05
W. H. Bohnsack 5r.s r6p&irin
city tols 1 85
I Ben Miller, stationery, elec
tion use June to April 2 80
Edward S. Lilly, for account to
March 29 (street use) $18.21;
I Buckeye pump, C. H. $10.50,
Geo. D. Barnard & Co., for 30
cards for election precinets .
ierd Steinle, rent of builidng
Fire Station 3d ward, 3 mos.
to April 1, (o $3.00 $9 00
Wm. Regenhardt for rent of
building Fire Station in 2nd
ward, 3 months to April 1,
Cape Girardeau Water-works
Electric Light Co. for 29 arc
lights for March (a $8.25 239 25
Mr. Kage moved that said bill be
allowed, excepting that the bill of B.
r . Davis be allowed for the item of
expense 922.00. only, and the city
clerk instructed to issue warrants on
General Itevenue Fund in favor of
the several persons for the amounts
due them and the motion carried
On motion of Mr. Regenhardt the
clerk was also instructed to issnn
warrants on the General Revenue
fund in favor of the judges and clerks
for services at the last election and
all city officers for salaries due them
An ordinance amending section 75
of ordinance No. 517. approved Feb.
8, 194, lieing "An ordinance concern
ing the election, duties, salaries, fees,
etc., was presented and read for the
On motion of Mr. Kage said ordi
nance was read for the second time,
and on motion of .Mr. Regenhardt the
clerk proceedei to read said ordinance
lor th third time.
During the reading a discussion
arose as to the figures to ie inserted
for the salary of the City Attorney,
which resulted in leaving the annual
salary unchanged but increasing his
fee in the Police Court from oiivdollar
for each conviction.
Mr Rucsskaiiip moved that the
ordinance be passed, and said ordi
nance was passed unanimously,, and
so declared by the chair.
The Council then on motion of Mr
Kage adjourned sine die.
Geo. E. Chappell.
Tuesday Evening April 11th. is'.m
city council re-oruaxization.
Councilmen elect August Ruea
kamp. William Woeleke. Hernm
Vogelsang and August Shivelliiive
having presented their certificates of
election to said olllce, were sworn as
the law directs, previous to entering
upon the discharge of the duties vl
their several ollices.
The Council was then called to order
by Mayor William H. Coerver, Presi
dent, roll called and all mcmbevH
ecorded present, viz:
Honorable William II. Coerver.
President and Councilmen. Messrs.
loseph F. Fuerth, Fred A. Kage,
James M. Morrison, Fred W. Regen
hardt, August Hucsskamp, August
Shivelbine. Herman Vogelsang and
The Council then proceeded to cvm-
plete its organization by electing Mr.
William Waeleke lresident pro tem
on the first ballot.
This being the meeting fixed by
ordinance at which appointive offices
are to be filed, the Mayor appointed
Messrs. Regenhardt and Vogelsang to
act as tellers.
The Mayor then announced his ap
pointment to the several appointive
offices, as follows:
For City Clerk, Geo. E. Chappell.
Said appointment was on motion of
Mr. Regenhardt confirmed by accla
mation. FOR STREET COMMISSIONER:
Fred Brunke rejected by a Tote, of
5 to 3.
Louis unnkopf rejected by a tote
of 8 to 2.
imam lay lor rejected bv a Tote
of 6 to 2.
Russell H. J udeo rejected by a tote
of 5 to 3.
i red M. Daues rejected by a vote
of to 2.
No confirmation to the office f
Street Commissioner having been
made, the Mayor again nominated
Fred Brunke for said office and said
appointment was coafirmed by a vote
ef 5 to 3.
FOR PORT WARDEN:
H. G. Dempsey rejected by a vote
of 6 to 2.
Edward Ruehmann rejected by a
rote of 4 to 4.
Walter S. Albert confirmed by a
vote of 6 to 2.
For City Engineer, James B. Nes
mith confirmed on motion of Mr.
Kage by acclamation.
For City Sexton, Valentine Fischer
confirmed on motion of Mr. Shivelbine
For City Weighers, Henry L. Hunze,
Robert Vogelsang and Henry Vaster
ling, were on motion of Mr. Ruess
kamp confirmed by acclamation.
A communication from Mayor
William H. Coerver, suggesting cer
tain changes which be considers bene
ficiary and to the city's interest, in
the matter of street repairs, the
management of the Fire Department
and the duties of the oUcers of the
Police Conrt, was read by the clerk
and on motion of Mr. Ruesskamp
received, said suggestions concurred
in, and the communication ordered
Said confirmed appointments were
then announced as entitled to enter
upon the duties of their several offices
The Mayor announced the following
standing committees, Fire Board and
Board of Health for the current year
v ays and Means Herman Vogel
sang. William oeleke, August
Claims Fred W. Regenhardt, Jos.
F. Feurth, August Shivelbine.
Streets and Wharves James M.
Morrison, Fred A. Kage, Fred W.
Judiciary August Shivelbine, Au
gust Ruesskamp, Joseph F. Feurtb.
Buildings William Woeleke, Her
man Vogelsang, Fred A. Kage.
Propositions and Grievances Fred
A. Kage, Fred W. Regenhardt. Jas.
Cemeteries Joseph F Feurth, Aug.
Shivelbine, Herman Vogelsang.
Water and Light August Ruess
kamp, James M. Morrison, William
Woeleke. . .
Appropriations Aug. Ruessfeamp,
William Woeleke, James M. Msrri
son, Joseph Feurth.
Fire Board Aug. Shivelbine, Her
man Vogelsang. Fred W. Regenhadt,
Fred A. Kage.
Board of Health Ur. 3. II. Rid.
C. H. Galusha. Dr. A. Peironnet. I.
W. C. Patton.
The Mayor on the mwmtnendatic!
of the Marshal appointed the follow
ing as special poluvmen. which 01
motion of Mr. MorrNowei-e balloted
upon ar.d each confirm;, xepvrately:!
John Greib. James Miller, Louis;
Ische. Fred A. Kain. Edward Grear. !
h:n7 HucIh-1. AyW fVrry and
Fred Jii-unke were also- appointed
sH-cia' policemen, and anM:ion said
appointments were cowinneii by ac
clamation,. All tfe appointed of? irir : serve
for the terms prescribed "Jy ordinance.
A iH-tllion from property -wnsrs.
praying me council to it in pus-sable
eonditii,-., what is knewra. Heau
deau's l ane," was pivstuted' read
and referred to the Stnt a-ncl Wharf
Cotnmittt with instruct i tn tn inves
tigate as 3i-the cost of rnpitiirituf said
lane anil jeporJ at next jifetior.
On molvdrti of Mr.Woliktv ojuucil
then ad jt turned.
Geix E. Ck a PI-ELI-fc itv Clerk.
REPORT OP THE CUJVUITION
Of the hia-t oiial Itank .rf Cam t;irar-
dean, at t "ajw rtrnjrli au in ttia-8tnt or Jlii.
aonri. at tWci4se wTbuiiness. April Jlh. ls-.y.
1iaiiB ami 4iMOat8 isi.Si'iU !io
tKfrilrnltK.fternrMt ainl uiiBe?ontl' n.tl --2
. Kiitk u aerare cirrularAn. . !' .'Ml
lremiiiiiiH on I". s. liontta i..-itio
stiM-kti. wnritie!K etc lT.i'iO .u;
4$atikinir-liaw. furniture, aw!
ntiiriH . s -Jio
other rea e;tatr anl morsraKns-
owm-tr ... i 74- iw
Iuh taint Tatiwul Banks (A Ht
serve Auetits ...
Due frcit sute banks, anili
benkeTH. 41? vi
IHte froir anoiwveil Buervf auntv- 4.'i7T m
t hecktt an. iKImt rasti iti in v ;ci 4;
Notes ol ather -National KarJa M
Krartionai paper rnireney. tuckelt-
ann nnw . . tv, 40
Lawful Money lteserre in tank. v:r 4,
8eci ll.SWI TW
l.-Kai -tenner notes. ifa. 12,H14 70
Keuempaon rami with II. .v.
Ireas'T (tlvc ht rent ot atrniUB-
tion -nil .in
Due from V S. TreasuniP; otilw
than per e.nt. re-lcnn 43011 fomi'. .
Total a,313 60r
Capital stork paid in
ITndivideu profits, lesaMPensas an4
National Bank note onttannf .
Dnto State Banks aad'baokara.
IMvidenas unpaid .
Individual deposits snhjeot sortierk
Deanand oertiflcate ef dfenasil
Time certificates of deposit.
Note and bills red Moansrd
Total yM,lg CO
STATE OK SIlSSOl" Bl. I
CootTT or Cap GiaAirKBJkr s
I, I. S. Joseph, Cashier of the a Nov named
Bank do soleaanrv swear that tbe shore state
ment ia true, le the beat of my knowledge and
belief. L. S. JVOEPH,
. . Rnbseribed and sworn tt oefore me
1EL. i this 11th dav of April, 1M9.
llBRKT K. ASTHOU.
My Commltwloa expires Oct. SI, wot.
Conreet Attest :
TATID A. GLENS, )
WILLIAM n. COERVER. J Otoecton.
HARLAN r. FKIRONNET
When You Come
to the Cape Stop at
Best European Hotel
and Bestnrant In tne
All kinds of game fish and the
earliest fame market in the city.
Oysters in season a specialty.
The best meal in the city served te
M. A. SCOTT,
Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow
els in natural motion and cleanse
the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con
stipation and kindred diseases.
"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don tknow how I could
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Wuld bi cen.. t. ini. 'A sunt . p.
for an abs iute f . r Itching Til ..
.S.-iena,Sa!t II!ieu:ii, T-'tter, PimpUs.or
ota; r eruptive :i:nl irritating skin diseases
. :. Heera's r.t.oin will positively cure
l.. diseis s or nn 'npy r.-funded.Physici-.
ns and hospital use Dr.IIebra's Lrngoid.
"icy gay it will cure DO out of 100 cases.
Price 50 cents. Sample sufficient to give
.elief ,for 4 cents in stamps.
THE G.C.BITTXEB CO., TOLEDO, O.
M. E. LEMING,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Rough
CYPRESS, OAK ASD GUM
CYPRESS LATH AND SHINGLES.
Mill and yard south of railroad
horp. Cape Girardeau. M
All tfiaea -eij treated, best o J trained
nurses? i attendance. Addre.
M. A. VOBBECK,M . D.
No. 13JS-id Manchester Road,.
St. Louis, Mo
C. LfNDEMANN & SON, '
OF ALL KINDS.
i Whitr ami y!low pise, voplar. rvi-r-st-, rafcr !
Cm, walnut. ah anil civrry . Alm 11 win)
,whi ceu:nv :ti gra-ip. r inifniiifr in.vtsr
1 Jibs. 8liiKli'H-nioiiMk. wimiow i''Joori
f-f-anii-KA. Wlnttiwantl 4ir franitf. all tar t
wtwre inside of oitvliiii7.. "
Spanish S ?.. CAPHt.iKAiiUKAr, Ho
D " I i - i :
r. Carl E-Gehrkei
Graduate of American Schiol
0 KNIFE. NO DRUGS.
Off iia,. RjvferView
( VV. GIR.MiKKAT. MIS.SOU W .
I i..urs from Sil'l to a. in. 1 to '2 . n..
Ovtpoputhy Will Cur
Kully eighty tjer ciejB. tf all -hrt rif ','
dwsi's that have Jerti tii-tiniiunt itl i
insurable. atiL will "ivatlv 1-ih it
ewry natient by l!ii'iinvr j the mn-
e-ral systom. 'IHie fth ;i in, !.n !
atil tintls out what tr't.rtl the dif;iee!
ad it-moves Hk eau. We treat mic-t-es-ifiilly
Krvjtinn. Xtf'ania. all forms
o- Thrtat Trwuble. .-4itre, Wrynetr
Ilnrtsy. Rhejinntisno. Gout, Disloca
tion and StilVtiiss of -Vnnts, FaralyL-a..
lMes. all Kye-and Kan- Affections. 11
Forms of Sttnauh aitl rjverTroub"-.
. ronie v tinsji .-)niitn iiarrnoea, iio-i'
romotor Ataxia, Sst. Vitus Dance 11
Pervious AfSj-iUons. 3Vmale Troubles
Have you7-ase t-jsnmined fi-on-j m
tktoepathic -standpoint and findi jut
tne cause of wour trxtble.
kaa Jaienitialaa in th aa4
Mm Ska it aa alamt takdlfttk
1 kiriaas aba leading laaisla
or sua aiaaa as wnmmm. n 1
aasaderfalla aaaUe , 1
In and aeetBlaa tnflaa
ta asaastraal emu
"valUa" aad faufaf a
taste aadhM and 1
nasi! aa4 Batafal
or Cnaaa of Ufa A la ska beat
a eta made. It a kaaaSatal
ear years. It lavija rates, ettna
kttas, atreaftkeM tt wketo aya
taaa. This great latiaay Is flared
ta all afflicted waasaa. Way wm
ay uian aaffar aaivker aalanta
wtth artala relief vtaasB reatkl
Wise Cardnl only saaat . pm
kattla at yoar drag store.
9m. I. . Wirrw.taataa 1J saaji
-t wi tasal si ksfii
U a taMM at bm wmm aaa 1
'l the vsib.
J. O. DEAHE, Proprietor.
7-9-11-13 S. Sixth Street,
ST. LOUIS. : : : MISSOURI
Building and Furniture all new)
Transients solicited. aug28nl9
FOR SPEED, SAFETY
AND COMFORT TAKE THE
Mobile & Ohio R. R.
The Favorite Route Between the
North and South.
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
Land Excursions to the South at
intrivals to suit the convenienee of
everyone wishing to see the Gardes
spot of America.
or any portion in the South,
t or time, ticket rates or thar in
formation call on your nearest ticket
agent or addree
E. E. Poset, G. P. A. Mobile, Ala.
A. i. Kent, Airt Murphysboro, 111.
The welll known baker, has opened"'
new shop at No 30, Min street, andt
will keep-a full supply f genuine Rye
and Vienaa bread, an cakes of alA
kinds on hand at all times.
Mrs. M- Stenhan nee Haenichen..
would be pleased to haw all her oldl
customers at the Haenvthen bakery
give him at sail.
The New B. & c.
30 Main Street.
Office and ;idenre in she f '
Roth build o Broawav, o-M
CAPK GIRARDEAU,. MO.
C3" Calls answered by da-? or night.
F. W. VOGT,
j CAPE GIRaISDEAU, - - MO.
LA - n,ir" "ew Bto,k. to latest iEurTel and
ptw CHkin ami b&Ka, toves in tiie market
ROOFING AND GUTTESING
i Dr. J. Nl VanDenart,
! VBtBrinafg Surgeon
! And Dentists
! lrTM-. O li;
:t;u and Kx truination
it Xsae's stak, Cape
RIG BARGAINS jHT
H. A. LE HEFTS
Stoves y Tinware.
I-aryest and eheapest house in South
Broadway, CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
F. P. STEVENS, prop.
The veiy best breaU baked every
dry and Slivered to ustomers ici
any part oS the city.
WeddtoQGakes a Specialty
104 Broadwav, Cape Girakdeac, Mo
tare tbe most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
Dr money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Pries 90c antt $itv
k4y BO YEARS'
Tha dc Mams
Anvone sendtnt a skates, and dseertutki mav
aleklr ascertain oar oMalon trmm .Wka mm
Inveotkm Is probably patantabl roeiaianlea-
ttnoa strictly ennflden
ioenu.1. uaadbooKon Patenta
aysncy for secanos aatants.
through. Hun At t r, mmim
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