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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
Trb Daily Crrasa, Democratic, is publisher
every immM (except auaunyj at uc m
sewing, rate, iincw com;
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THB DAI1W CITIZEN
Is on sale at the following placet In Ashevilie
BATTBRY PARK NBW8 STAND.
OLUH RUCK NBW8 STAND.
MUDBL CIOAR BTOKB. Patton Ave.
J. CAJUWN' NBW8 STOKB, North Coart
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1890.
Thb Illustrated American for Oct. 4
ha in exceedingly interesting as well as
wholly original article on "famous
doubles." It prints side by side photoen
gravings of well known men and of men
who looked like them. The resemblances
are astonishing. J. B. Lipuincott and
Robert Browning looked more alike than
twins often do; Roger Q. Mills and H. J.
Spooocreaa hardly be told apart; and
Jules ferry and the late W. H. Vender-
bilt one would think were sons of out
father. But the most nstouishing resem
blance is between the late Count An
flraasy and Joshua . Roth. Their pic
tares can hardly be told apart, and yet
the two persons were nothing more than
acquaintances. Tbe old saying that "nn
tare never repeats herself will have to
be pat away on the shelf.
It is pleasant to read Mr. Bryan's tes
timony of Dr. Rankin's worth as proven
in this community. There could be no
doubt about it, any more thun of his
courage and ability generally. Mr. Bry
an's evidence is, in a way, that of an ex.
pert and one who, being of another de
nomination, might be expected to be
over critical. Mr. Bryan's letter also
goes to prove, what we have suspected lor
some time, that true Christiunity is uot
necessarily denominational. Mr. Bryan's
creed is not that oi Dr. Rankin's, but we
doubt if they have parted for the lnst
time even if they should not aguin meet
oa this earth.
If tub whole thing were not such n
disgrace to the country it would be
laughable to see bow vainly Quay has
endeavored to keep his record out of the
Record. At tbe last moment before the
adjournment of tbe bouse Mr. Allen de
manded, and obtained, leave to print an
attack on Quay of a kind that would
probably have been personally resented
by any other man in Uw .house, bat
which Quay will take as bis just due. Is
it still possible that there is left a repub
lican who dues not believe that the chief
adviser of the president should be in juil
for theft of public money ?
Orb good reason for clinging to tbe old
fashioned term woman instead of using
lady indiscriminately is to be found in
the following paragraph, one of many in
, which tbe word is made to do illegitimate
- "Rose New ham, the supple skirt dancer,
is one of Miss Templeton's support. This
remarkable lady can stand erect and
scratch the crown of her bead with the
to of her slipper;"
...... Fancy a lady scratching the crown of
her head with the toe of her slipper! ,
Thb Gnatemalen government is in small
business when it ex pel Is from the country
man whose only offense Is making love
, to the daughter of a dead revolutionist
Tbe divine right of kings is in a state of
bad repair but the right of everjr man to
make lore where be is welcome ought to
. be good lw, as it is good common sense,
even in Central America.
It not very cheering news Senator
Bdmanda brings as. He says: "The fed
eral election bill will become taw before
the adjournment of the 51st congress,"
There will be mighty up-ending before
that conies to pass, Tbe south has
hardly began to speak out in meeting
yet on that subject.
AbramMcwtti' ' V. ".
cMowly, bat surely, new idea has
been taking root in the industrial mind.
Profit Soaring is getting to be a familiar
thought, both with employers and work
men, aad many promising experiments
m this direction are now in prog i ess in
. this and other countries. The practice is
to pay the enrrent rat of wages in the
. Pul nuiaaert then to allow a reasona
ble Dercentag oa tbe capital employed,
. aad. If there be any excess after these
ptyrnsmts, to divide it equally or other
. wis between the capital and the labor,
. estimated by the amount of wages paid.
' The time is approaching when capitalists
Bad laborers will mors and more be joint
owners in the Inatroments of production.
, While the wage system will necessarily
survive, the workmen will, to n large ex
aaat. beas their wi employ!, and
. finally may bit capital as capital now
hire labor. Tbe facilities offered for the
diyWon f pronetty, through the diatrl
Vn on of corporal snares, w)H Jesse
i sin a, oevesop ei, raaawt soat, increase
, sw-"s,i-i i "sit la equitable
e sf m V.wrich.' H most
r " beacaiefendof the
MORE SAM JONESISMS
I .VOW KNOW WHAT, A MOM
If Not, Her It In, Wltk Mwch Other
' intoreatlnsT Matter Thai Worst
Crime Against octet? What
A man toldmeoneday, "Brother Jones
last year I saw thirteen persons confirmed
on Sunday night, and the very next night,
twelve of those persons were in the ball
room, dancing." I said, "What of it?1
"Why," be said, "the very next night."
"Well," I said, "how long ought a fellow
to wait ? Is it a sort of funeral, like when
a man's wife dies, he has to wait some
time before he can'marry again ?" I like
that plan; if I' even wanted to do any
devilment, I would rather do it at once
and have it through and then do right,
"Well," yon say, "Dou't yon believe in
foreordination and election ?" Why, of
course I do. I believe that God had or
dained from tbe foundation of the world
that every man who repented of sin
should be saved, and be is foreordained,
and every fellow that does not do it shall
he damned. "Well, don't you believe in
ihe elect ?" I believe the elect are tbe
'whosoevcr-.wiils," and the un-elect arc
1 never let the devil catch me in the
same trap twice; he has got to move his
tran or change the bait. But the
saloon catches some of you lellows every
morning, noon and night. '(Laughter.)
And you call yourselves christians, too;
and the same dance catches you twice a
month sometimes, in the same house, tbe
annte fiddler, the same thing.
If you sec a first-class Bnptist, he is an
nmnhibious fellow, living on either land
or water. (Laughter.) Not amphib
ious in the sense that one rfthe young men
who had besn to Florida, took it; be was
telling his girl about the alligator. She
said, "they are amphibious, are they
in a minute if you put your oncer in their
mouth." iLamrhter.) '
1 am perfectly honest when I say that
I bad rather associate with a dog than a
man who will swear. The association
with a dog may make you doggish but
it will not make you prolane.
I believe the worst crime a man com
mits against society is to deliberately get
drunk; be is heeling up for anycrimcthut
the devil wants committed, and the mys
tery of mysteries that crowds in upon
my heart year after year, is that the
Amcricnn people will tolerate the sale ol
the fearful stuff.
The grand old Episcopal church is the
iwst equipped church in the world ; it is
the best equipped regiment of Jesus Christ
in the world, but tbe trouble is, that it has
liecn in camp a hundred years and .it bos
not tired a gun.
1 have heard it whispered around that
they are going into the papers against
me, going for me with a nam de plume.
Do you know what a "nam de ulume"
s? It is a buzzard with the feathers all
I thank God after I spent eight years in
the most abject poverty, paying out my
money on notes that people held against
me, aud glory to God 1 stuck to Christ
till 1 nm the best paid preacher that
.valks the continent.
I am nfruid yon have got men in this
town selling whiskey with whom their
uastors are narticens criniinis. because he
hits not preuched the whole gospel of
You can take a man and immerse him
in the river Jordnifthree times a day. for
u hundred years, aud if he don't quit his
meunncss and live right, be will go to
lie I. like he was shot out of a cannon
1 am a saved man whether 1 believe
Jonah swallowed tbe whale or whale
swallowed Jonah, or who was the father
of Zcbcdec's children.
Until you repent, yon can t believe to
maveyour life, and when yon do repent,
it just believes itaeii; yon aon t nave to
It makes my blood run cold to look
down upomthe creatures that shall live
forever yet live in eternal despair, not my
Bible tells me that is the truth,
1 never sat down and talked with
Calvinist in my life but what we agreed
lie lore we quit, u be bad any
Every time there is a split in the church,
the split off part jumps nearer where God
wants it. That is a tact.
Oh, my soul, my soul, get out into tbe
bottomless, boundless ocean of God's
love and swim on.
1 despise theology and botany, bat I
do love religion and dower.
Dr. MamkluVe Departure
Editor Thb Cituum : The announce
ment recently made in your columns of
the transfer of Rev. G. C. Rankin, D. D.,
from Ashevilie to a church at Kansas
City, Mo., has been received with pro
found regret by many who are not iden
tified with the Methodist church.
The ministry of Dr. Rankin in Ashe
vilie has been characterized by vigor, by
courage and by discretion. Quiet in his
manner as ne ts, nis opinions are pro
nounced and his position is unmistaka
blc; free from sensational methods he
has drawn large audiences by tbe now
ersof his preaching ; dignified ss be at
ways ts ne has not hesitated to grapple
with evil ana to expose it upon every oc
For myself, in loems Dr. Rankin I will
Inst a brother minister who is as near to
me as if our churches were of the same
denomination and with whom I have
often counselled concerning.the peculiar
difficulties of our church work. His de
parture will be a personal loss to me as
veil as to the community at large.
Tbe church to which Dr. Rankin goes
is, I understand, one ol the largest in
t be new southwest. His friends feel con
fident that he is equal to the enlarged re
sponsibilities and tbev are sure that be
will rise to the same position of com
manding influence wnicn ne now occu
pies in Ashevilie. W. 8. P. BiVAK.
First Presbyterian Church, Ashevilie,
mosm the riae.
We have heard many times this and
that was the Finest pa Garth, even a
(-.I.- ...It I IITU- t7 ,
but at last w bat found H. The fa
mous Cincinnati, Hamilton nnd Dayton
railroad is the finest In th world, ran
ging 4M passenger trains a day between
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Dayton, Toledo,
Detroit, Michigan, and Canada points.
lianspnlis, Chicago and th nort tr
et. Keokuk, 8nringfield. Bt. Louts,
Kansas City and th west. : Th finest
track and finest trains In th world, vrs-
tibaled, bested by steam fronita engine,
Hgbtsd by lecti1eity, and the finest din
ing ear system in the world i parlor cars
and stssiplntrcars. wnen traveling as
for ticket via th C. H. ft D. or writ to
. , IT A Tf lOOIMS,
Southern Passenger Agent,
P. 0. Boa 430, Chattanooga, Tenn.
For sahveva vacant lot In Western
firt of the city, near th cotton factory,
ntrty to - W. M. Uava.
at Ben trim; Rankin ft Co.' otto C.' O.
- Dm. Stankrvn Creek. N. C. . '
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4s 1890,
THB LA TEST NEWS
. FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
4' Mr. Alex. Jackson, proprietor of the
Cape fear Douse, Wilmington, kh nuns
tbe balcony of the first story of his house
and received injuries of a very severe and
dangerous character. .
The Knights of Labor are Increasing
in numbers in North Carolina, savs
George L. Tonnoffski, tbe. bead of tbe
order. It has now 300 assemblies and
13,000 members, a gain of 3,000 during
the vear. The order is strongest in Edge
combe, Halifax, and Northampton coun
ties, and has more colored than white
The clerks, managers and foremen of
the W. Duke Sons & Company's D-ancn
of the American Tobacco company- who
were employed under the old firm and are
still with tbe new, received letters the
other day stating that a certain amount
of stock was thereby given each one. in
nil amounting to $60,000 worth. This
stock pays handsome dividends- and so
will this generous act of the Dnkea.
On the Oth of Jnne, last, Mr. J. D.
Rlliott, of this place, mailed a registered
letter containing $50 to his brother at
Valley Town, on the Dncktown railroad,
Cherokee county. It did not get there,
and so far as tbe Elliotts know has not
reached there yet. On tbe 16th of June
Mr. Elliott sent another registered letter
to his brother containing $75, -which
reached Valley Town about tbe first of
July. Hickory frets.
On the night of Sunday, 28th ult.,
constable E. M. Waddill with a posse of
officers arrested and lodged in jail four
men, charged with burning the trestle
and placing obstruction on the railroad
track between this place and Hope Mills.
One, Archie Turner, a young man, was
caught "red-handed," in the act of plac
ing ties and wood on tbe mils; the others
were arrested at home. The following
day they were arraigned before Justices
Hardieand McMillan; and, in default of
bail in the sum of $1,000, were sent back
to jail to await trial. The names -of the
men are: Sam Turner. Arch Turner, Joe
Minster. Favetteville Observer.
Pat the Blame Where It Belong;
Prom the atatraville Landmark. p
It should be borne In mind that the demo
cratic house of the last congress passed a
tariff bill which proposed to redact the tasea
upon the neceisarics of lite, and the Internal
revenue sections at which repealed all license
taxes and abolished, totally, all the toblcco
taxes except those npon cigarsand cigarettes.
This bill n as defeated, however, in the repub
lican senate, all the democrats voting for It
and all the republicans tgainst it.
He Didn't Bav Thejr Coald.
Prom the New York Herald.
The solemn fact remains that congress has
ndiomntd without a vote of thanks to
A Lady lit Month Carolina Wrlteni
Mv labor was shorter and less painful
than on. two former occasions; physi
cians astonished ; I thank yon "Moth
er's friend." It is worth its weight in
R.!dv . . -
Write Bradneia Regulator company,
Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. By all
A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
of all in leavening strength. U. 8. Govern
I . a. uorcri
ment Kcport, Angus if, inaw.
A sum of m oner returned by Having for
oct3d3t NO. 17 NORTH MAIN BT.
A nlcelv furnished hnne. corner Merrimo
avenue and Chestnut street. For terms ap
ply to u. a. w at win,
ociaati peai Muin Aavnt.
A Child's Hat. Cnn be had at The- CI tinea
oaice by paying for tais advertisement.
A Ave room eottnnv. nlcelv funilelied. sear
the street car line; a delightful winter kiea-
loa. will rent lor at mootas. ;
87 FRBNCtt BkOAD A
FRIDAY AKD SATURDAY EfEXIXSJ,
txrroaiKat ai th,
HETTIE BERNARD CHASE,
Bnprortrd by a Pine Company of Dramatic
Artist, and the Pamont OOLDBNOATK
. UJJAUTBTTB. la her Latent, Bast
r aad Oraataat Play,
sV Romanes of Alaska, by Chas. W, Chase.
Trae friend. Unv Ivy mmgnvg to the Wall,
gland side by aide, or bot together fall."
special aceaery for Three Bnllre Acta I
The i. re at Shipwreck Some
The Wonderful lev Glacier Kerne, with d rand
' ly llramraated Anrora Borsnils.
n lCt tleOOe 7S $ S
eats oa sale at J. P. Bawvefi 18 rattoa
to-dav It la madnsas to
What every tionae should have, and that la a
woo aaw. nan -a saie ann ioca i.ompanv
men recently mairataeterv a natal a pass
nam They are selling very fast n many ce
lt la hardly necessary to speak of I
tanceof a boas safe. How often Peo
ple leave tnelr silver, Jewels aa Important
papeen exposed to nra, robbers nad aarUa
bleservants, whan byallttlemoney wellspeal
it oue of these safes they could make them
snvea secure, this oaar w espriswy maue for
the wants of the many wt a prfss wltkni the
means of all, if yon want one I will supply
yon. rpni'nmt a. RV I I.DUUH,
oeennas m riop atv., Mamns,
TIM vlOfffll' I'rtnMOvnata tMlMlltff ntMaMs4tnl4
daraMe aad beaattfnl
' AMD' ... ,
ataiaminSiid by ta beat arUsss. Cm
, To-morrow's issue willcon
contain October announce
ment by Bostic Bros. &
Wright. Their slaughter
sale still continues.
W. A. Blair. J.V.Brown.
No. 3 Panon ATenae,
rAFEEiL0C,WT0$iniLAIII(H.B IT AMD
- We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 65.
BLAIR & BROWN.
The en tire stock of
(ndndlng las Broaches, Buttons aad Brace
lets, at .
1-3-0 RE-THIRD OFF T-l-3
tcganllcas of cost, as we Intend bt the fa tare
to keep nothing but Solid OoM aad
. esrna Mlver Jewelry.
ARTHUR r.l. FIELD,
ItotsUi Main St. ' Attfatsrilrc
Agemt ase Rsras Crack Woolen tiOta,
Horth Main AaarvlIJe, M. C
A spteadld t room aouss, deUghtfuNv lo
cated, fat good neighborhood, near street
ear Ha, comiaaadtag la views, Stted aa
wltk steam heater, sewer eonncctloas aad
aty water. Also a nice aouss similarly lo
cated, sewer aad water, rooms Apply to
La A. FAnftlMHOLT,
ROOM HO. 11 MCLOV0 BUIUIINO, Or, P.
O. Boa BS8.
OR HULK OYSTUk.
Bver afternoon ay BalMmry train we re
ceive Ireaa "Bstrn aeiect" norroin uysters,
These are the beat I Scr ted la all sty
nerved la all styles at
s. . .
SO a. slain ai
J9 BBNT. .
anbnrbaa residence, oa mil from dty oa
tscrnmoa avenne roaa, aaaoaomeiy
eomalestly mmlsbeel aa cqnippe eaannriu
vbw i estenavs groaactsi two fresh Jeramr
coab! winter annlent horses aad vehicles if
oealred. PosecsMoa given 1st of November.
Owner occupying In mrmiurr cwly would
make Derm an out armaneatent with oartv
dealrlng a winter rcaldene.. Address
srptoaiss r. u. iaa-k box oas.
i i vwi s
nT W 1
OPERA HOUP BLOCK,
8 Pattoa Avenue,
ASHEVILLK, N. C.
parFinc Bata a Specialty.'
t Be H BIVITTi. .
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUIIDER.
Also grading of all kinds done. 'All orders
promptly filled and work guaranteed. Can
be found at all times at Graham's Cotton
anetsdtt' i-:' '
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
enM-al t Innurancc i Ageut.
Bear No. 20 South Main street.
Ashevilie, N. C.
Bnfllab and French
B0ARDIX6 AND 0AY-SCHOOL,
FOR YOUM UOIEI N LITTLE OIRLt,
Mo. 0 Praneb Broad Avenue.
MRS, lUROWYN nUITURD, PRWCIPAl
(For many years Associate Pitoeipal of all
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of compeateei teacher.
B. II. COSBY,.
(Sncceasor to C. Cowaa.)
7 PATTON AVENUE,
NBXT DOOR TO 0 AND CBNTBAL Hf5-
TUL, ASHBVILLB. N. C.
MEDICATED MUM. VAPOR
t Ifyoahaveany Nose, Throat or Lung
T , Oa applicatioa I will send a pamphlet t
t descriptive of Ashevilie sad also the ta
t haling treatment free wltk list 04 qnea-1
tions to be aaswered by the patient
t when ordering Home Treatment. This
T treatment Is as effective as the ofttce T
' ' treatment. ' I
' OPPICB NO. 85 PATTON AVBNl'B, '
' Ashsville, N. C.
T. JH AROiLN, M . D. ;
uceessoes to Kopp Uchtcalicrger,
IUBAR AT REFIMERI' RICEt,
CosVes roasted on the premises dally, aad
ground tor every customer.
Full Line of Table Snppllct).
Free delivery. faU Hae of Feed, famished
as wnoieaaic pneea.
aS rATTON AVENUE.;
Tekf oa Mo.dS,, .
UI courw tnerp'n money in
nrinter'B ink. but the man
who makw the morjfc- infc-lli-
gnnt use ol it get' thA moHt
money imt. m-n. Ar num noi
pay to advertise something
you haven't got. or anything
you cannot do and do well.
me man who ad reniM a
fraud. muHt have ai "itootl"
fniud, and he who advertifwa
bargains in goods must be
prepared to satisfy his cuh
tcmers. . ' " '
, FBorkirroB or 4.
ASKEviLii: r::r w::.xj,
1 r.o. Bnt ';
Inml VsMftTamf B nM lOw Ofrnanaa, -.,'
Wltk th latest style af aniisan still
, Ate al I
GLEN R0K HOTEL.
In io Feet of Central Pa-enger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N, 0.
4J u u
A modern rst clas hotel. Rot and cold
SSrI "inSci SJti? clg and nVw. sund
IXTt 1 pal. doJr JvJry 30 aitea;
..." ..... " at laa
JO mutntecror nwaw. .
RATES), SrOO FKK DAY.
Ac Gc IIAleleYBURTON, Prop
s. ai, SJBIVAI and WALTBB BaXW. Cfrfca. - . " " v
CONTAMM NINE R00nT, INCLUMNQ RATH. ROOM FITTED WITH WATCH CLW.tr.
Inlshcd tbronrhont la AnUnne Oak. Parlor and Reception Hail aalshed la Qaartcr-
Sawed oak. Walla draped with Lincroata -
For raitaer taformauoa can on
Gs'Hs WALKER, No 5, Jefferson Drive.
JulvlSdtm ' '- '
For anyone who will buy a pair of Orahara Shoes and aot get value received.' Now at
31 NORTH MAIN STREET,
lust above Farmers' Warebousa. .. .... - .
ASHEVILLE DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Cheapest store on earth,
everybody RIGHT. We ki
v RIGHT, we keep nnme-maue itno
made Plaids. Home maic Do meet ic
AaacvUlc Shoe Co.'s abocc.
Howard Promt and Milt. Holcombe arc with
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE.
A - Word - to - the - People - of AslievllJe.;
The Btrlaway Plaao Is still Sac reengalacd Standard of the World, aad C. Falb'nt Stein
way's agent. The best manic people la Aakcvi'lc buy It aad take no other It takes money
to bay It. I sell It veryUMe, still some people cannot quit reach It. For theae I have the -A.
B. Ckaat Piano, wluch la acknowledged aad noM by eataway as neat ta hi. The Bv
erctt Piano has been la demand by other koaaea who waatrd H for this territory, bat C.
Pslk keeps It ilgtit here. . ' -J. ; .:',' . .
By my prices' I may aot get rich, bat t staktaaoot of" friends. " "v "
Th Ferraad at Votey Organ qi be soasetMag acvf la th market at this place, whs)
WVaoa ft White, Kimball , Waterloo Organs arc eoaataatly demanded aad sold on good
terms. I wish It to be snaentood that when I sell oa ma tall men ts, aad parebaMrt'do aot
wlak to kaep the nutramant, I dsaot retaia all money paid, bat return ad amounts pJf
above rent. I hope the character eetaMUlMd for ta years ta Ashevilie will have its srelght
Whea yos have to decide where to bay a Haao or other famtrnmeat Beapectfully, ., v
. . Ca FALK, jjNorUiHllaM.
Mt -tatesi t. tAii r.inu.CATJTICN rievt..rl fSSVJB
'.BOAD TICXBTS hoagkt, sold aad I
csehaaa, ' ' AS tranaaetiaae gaaraateed.
c. r. av,
, Onpnalte Bwanaaa
Beetnaln today th. heggnge baslai
mcrty ranted oa by The Asuevllle
way Cnenpaay will bt cnatlnued
derdgned nndcr Ihe nam of
THE BABBAGE TRANSFER CO.
I will bt glad to serve ay frl-ads, and win
promise prompt attention to all orders m-
OITIm at Street Railway Cora pas jr oeBot,
Telephone No. 1. Bcspeetfnlly, " . .
B. Is JOHa. Apeat.
, Is rnTWtl WU ( . tltooTt.)
Opas nailyaaaept aaadaya. Ira) 10 a. at.
nhl I p. m aad aatil T a,
Th tarnM .of snbserlptloa arei One year
Ml men. .fi mua., (1 1 1 mo., Mat.!
dally Seta. ., .;'.
' Utnecrs .air lSOl'ssddnhW CkarVat W.
Woataey; Vrcc-Fivaldaat. ThM A. J Mm: Be.
and Trsaanrer, D. W atsoa t Librarian, hf Ms
B. ;. Hateh. . '
Cirnras and vtsMoes as er-" n-
lonispsnth. mussrai tss h
water andf baths and toiler oa every oor.
nMr wrrmTa in rvra rnurjii. uancv. aininsv
and Im Md biwird room oa list loor. Klec;
Klchmond and Oaavuls railroad catlag house.
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l ot First-lass Goods, aad Intend to .trees
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