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TtfE ARGUB. TUESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1804.
01 nOLlDiY GIF?.
OOOD-UNTIL JANUARY X-A
!r Wilson tf the !oetl Medical la
ttitutn hm arranged to aceoruniodatc
all who desire to place themselves
under treatment by plarlnjf the price
nf rnniiltatlon. treatment ami med
leine at f:l for tnatnyThi offer
ant only Include ne patients. Inl
Includes nil M rlrrls-WaV save
lit a tim Iwti treated or examined
at the isroit Medical Institute, and
who desire fit tM sen.nn ! Ihr year
to renew their treatment.
To obviate the un;icsan tries, of
deln.v ninl crowding. 1'r. Wilson
would sltg''rst that Toil do li.t leave
It until the hist two or three dav
of the uplratiori l the 4rard In-fore
placing iwrself nn.ler treatment. as
each putint shall receive amplw time
in the rinnttatii.n room for a thor
ough, careful examination.
tiikkk srAr.s or catvrkii.
First St.i'-r Koiil breath, husk
Voire. ss!ia slima. nose clogged up
ami discharges a jjhmI ileal. Mow out
rhnnks r scabs, now sore. ne xlng,
pain In front of hra! across the eyes,
sense of smell impaired, hawk to
clear the throat, mucous drops hack
into the throat, throit dry. This
Is easily rttccd.
lccont Mage When catarrh of the
bend ami throat is left unchecked il
extends to the bronchial tnlies anil
lungs. These are wm" of the "jm;
totnn: lillicnlt breathing, rough dis
tressing, burning piiii in throat,
grow wenk. rain behind breast hone,
disgust for fatty funds, rpilting up
of rhec'y lumps, hacking rough, mu
mus lrfomi's of a vrllow iin'c, ciuil-Ii
until you gag or vomit. Milche in
side, take in!. I easily and gradually
Third stae Stonia"h and Inwle.
are lnvoUcil. paused by swallowing
poisonous mucins witieh drops down
from the head. This s;ugu of tlte
disease Is commonly railed ilysicpsi:i
Thrrr Is nnusea. Votiaiting.'lrelchiiig
of ga. he.nl light or dizzy, torque
coated, water hrah. hawk anil spit,
pain aftrr riling, nurvous an I weak,
constipation fallowed ly diarrhoea,
rush of im to hea-l. jrowin sen
sutl.r In st m.vh. 1. 1. .tin; of st .m
neh anil howles. irk hea"laehc ami
j.tilf.itution if li. Tirt.
This elass of liene ran Tie enrel
, in fart hnmlreils iiiik lieen enrl
l.y lr. Wilson.
rtrut i R.rt.r. Msr.Asr. tki.atip.
J21 I'.raily tri t, Iaenpfrt, la.
Otr.it Am.KtcAS F.x r ki ss Co.
.l l.ll.l ll.-i irrn. f.Tt, i.ir,
Nimw. Throat. I.tin?s: Nervous ilis-
easi-s. kia ili.ea.es. Chronic ilis
eaes. Oi riCK HOt'lIS : 9 to 1I a. m.. 2
to 4 p. ro.. 7 In 9 p. m.
h Sumlajs the i.iTli-e will be open
from 9 a. m. to 12. " to 1p.m.
Ms. All bruMl f totMcco.
The mom afi
Ik. ball (iuam wl'l W fMhrt
L. OLOCHIIOFF, Prop.,
lJM Srcmti Atciiim.
A LiiDlS WILLI
Is not coinpli to
trithont an id-.-al
XJ I POWDER. H VI
Combines every element of
Dcatttv and noritr. It is bcanti-
'fying, toothine, healing, health-
ful, and oarmicsSf ana wncn
rightly used U invisible A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in thia climate.
Xadst tpea fcaTisg tht finlM.
it n tot aau msnmuc.
Sa mwm, Hegv I I
aoMaMvom. iWM n "i w tt J
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A WONDERFUL QUERN
TKS NORWEGIANS EXPLAIN
WHY THE SEA IS SALT.
A Macta Hill TtuM Ofwi4 Oat Klchca rV
llw NH RMIitr, Whll' It Tkte4
tb Ktck Oh TIm OI4 MW Whs
, Waalxl lira Qnmi tm t.ritr Salt.
Tber Is aa old fasli!oiil Norwegian
AilttaW that acoonr.ta i:i a very curious
way forthetaU in tho m i. Aceonling
to the rtory. too waters of tho ocean were
not nlvraya ir.lt. But lomt aco. bef.iro
Colnmtmssnltol in hir.little rarareU, lie
for the Vikinirs rmw.1 oT to Irelnn.1
a;M Martha. Vinerarl. evon liefom St.
I'rrntin rowel Ms fit timdo of ekins
s-viil to!trier nrrni- fr.m Irelatil to
th" motith of tWf Ches.itie:i?ie. there were
two tfirthrr living away up in tho
northlaml. On was very rich, nnd tho
other was very Ixxir. Oiielirothrrhud
ln-nta of cattle r.iid fl.icVs 1 2 fat nonn
tain !ieep, whilo the nir one Und jnst
lnt nothing rt all except a wife and
ever o many children.
One Christmas eve there was nothing
In tho liQr.so for thetu to eat, and tlio
poor tunn's wife naid to her hnslmnd:
"If I hail a rich brother as you have,
I would C" and ask hiiu fur aoiuethics
for these jKXr children to ;t. Tomor
row will bo Chnfettnas dnr, und there is
not a crnst of l.rcrid in tho honf.
So ho went to his brother nnd told him
how mnch they needed his help. The
rich man gavo him a nice "ditch of bacon
and told him to git to an old tiiagicfcin
who lived Aome where in tlio moniitiuns.
I do not know why he sent tiip poorninn
to the magician, for tho latter did not
Itear a vTy pood name in tin iici.u'blior
h.)0.i. However, when lie came to tho
nui?ici.mM utronchold everj lnwly nlsnit
the .lace warited to l.ny his flitch of ba
con. Ho conl not niidorstAiid why it
was. bnt lie thonght if tlien was soinnch
demand fi r the lmcon he wnnld r.t least
UMi-e the best lmrpiin he ei tild for it.
Well," he said. ouillit by riflhU to
tabo this Iwcon home to ir.y koisI flario
for cur dinner tomorrow, hut since yon
til set in tolwveiH.'ty(.i;rhiartson it I
anviMwe yon tniut have it. If I nil it,
however, I want a poo 1 J ; ice for iu"
They i.CtT?.! him a g.sxl ronnd sum,
bnt tlutt would not do.
I will let yon have it." ho said, "if
yon will give cio that qui-rn yonder K
hind the iloor."
A quern is one of the things that it
would be very hard to find nowndnyslie
canse they have Bono ont of fashion, bnt
if yon will look in thedictionary, as I di 1
whim 1 first heard this story, yon v.iil
see that a fjnern is n ciUl f.T Krindini;
rorn by hand, and tl;t it crnsiutscf two
lante stones, an iist and a lower one.
Hie nop)? oie luivin n hntuilo by which
it may l.-c turned aronnd a the low. r
stone, grinding tho coru i.r grain between
Tiie old magician nt first langlK l ont-
nrht r.t tlto i.iea if anvom s lh:::kiii
that he wor.l.l part with his oiierr., bi.t
the owner of the laocon iuse-ted that 1.0
wonld be tatisfi nl with nothing h-si tiian
Uwt. so 1 e nnall? got it.
When he riclied Ids own door, the
clock was striking 12 und Lis wife wj
waiting for him. ready to scold bin for
staying so lug.
W hat in the world kept yon ro l.-.ns
she asked. "And what are we goiiig to
do with that old qncra wben we have no
corn to grind".""
Tlien be told her of his trading thv ba
ron f..r the o,nc7u. She was dreadfully
put or.t aliont it, and esj. vinlly a; the
loss of the bacon, which wonld laive
made tltem a good hot dinner and tUcn
wonld Lave lasted thcia a week, sliced
"Jnst wait a minute." said her hr.s
band. "U'foro 7011 U gin to coinpLin,
and see if I did Hot do right this tiiu .""
And pntting the qui m on the tubl ho
told it to grind enough good things to
make a Ert rate dinner for 12 bnt.crv
months. U:s wife could luinllyx-li. to
tier eyes as sho stood there and watclied
tho inern grinding ont dainties cnot;gh
to last a week.
The rich brother chanced to hoar how
well his rxs.r brother's family was liv
ing, and when lie came and saw what an
elegant talde they kept he was en vims
and wanted to know where, they got tho
money to buy the things. For a long
time they kept the secret t.r tho old
nnern. bnt somehow it got out nt List.
They wcro so jirond of it that tin y conld
not help telling all about it, and the rich
br Jther insisted on bnying tho rjnern.
Finally they let him havo it for KM).
It kept on grinding for its new owner.
br.t ho was 4 raid of it, never feeling
. . , -i
sure oi wnai n wouiu uo next, so lio
mle Lis brother take it back nt tiie
some price. The poor man was glad to
get it back again, and it ground out un
told riches for himself and his family
They had everything they desired, nmong
otner tnings a coiucn nonse to live m.
and tho pcoplo came from evry land to
sea tho magnificence of tho family tlait
owned the wonderful quern.
One day a stranger, an old seaman who
had been all aronnd the then known
world, came to see the qucra, and waul
ed it to grind salt.
. . a. . . A At. m
II is snpposeu urk mo oivmT ot tlio
nnern was rich enough by this time, f.
ho let it go for a moderate stim, and
fearing tlmt ho might rejiunt of having
sold it tho old. sailor put to sea at
once with his prise, nnxions to know
how It wocld work. When he had sailed
so far ont that no on could reach him.
uo sola to ;no nnern:
"Grind salt, and grind both fast and
Xo sooner had be given tho order than
the quern began to grind hcaim and
neaps of salt all over the deck until the
hip was ready to sink to the bottom cf
the sea. Scared half to death, the old
sailor begged the quern to stop grindins
1. TT a 1 1 1 . .
Hlk ui gv. uuk u uu tun am u It,
Cat there was no nae talking to it
went on grinding, grinding, and soon
the vesssl went down with iu weight of
alt. And the quern still keeps on grind,
lag in the depths of the ocean tfnii thr
is why t be sea is salL Viri-inia
ALLIGATORS LIKE THIS FAMILY.
Their Ate Ik. OM Mm Ma LHtla (Mrl mm
nasi a Tart mt Kuh m the (mm.
As an instance of strange coi ncidetiops,
there is living near this place a family
whose history would seora to exceed the
bonnds of credibility. Seven years ago
the father, old Daddy Dick, as be was
calkxl, sat down on the banks of the
Ccloosnhatchee river and is supposed to
have fallen asleep. At any rate, only hit
hat and rod were found on the bank that
night, while a boap of clothes and crushed
bones under a floating log told of his
death by an alligator. lie left two son
and a little girl 3 years old.
One day this child wandered down to
the river, and bor mother arrived inst in
tiroo to see her drawn tinder tlte water
1y tho l.g. Mark snont of an alligator.
Last year lick, the namesake tf his fa
ther nnd a man of 310, also went fish
ing in the river, and tho day lieing warm
closed his 'eyes for a nap, to be awakened
by his leg disappearing down the throat
of one of these reptiles, IIo wonld have
lcn pulled off his log, but cast his arms
about a tree near by and held on, bnt he
had to sacrifice bis leg. which the 'gator
bit off just above the knee. It was the
The end of the singular history of this
family occurred lutt week. The other
brother. Lent, was paddling down the
river in a dngout when his clumsy craft
was npset by an enormous alligator. A
race then began for the tdiore between
tho man and tho reptile, but jnst as Lcm
gained the bank and was pulling himself
np to safety the alligator seised him by
the right leg and drew him back. Jio
called loudly for help, and his brother
came running ont of their cabin with a
shotgun, nnd without waiting to tnko
aim fired into the water. The bullet hit
Lein in the other leg and liroke the knee,
cap. lie wonld have sunk now, for the
reptile, which still hail hnn, was for div
ing to get ont of the way of the fusillade
Dick was pouring into tho river, bnt the
drowning man caught at tho dugout,
which was flouting bottom upward and
within Ins reach, and resisted tlio gator
effort to draw him under.
Dick now succeeded in hilling tho
beast Vy a chot through its head and
then got Leia to the shore. Eat he had
to have both legs amputated, for tho
alligator had broken one into several
pieces, splintering the lioue terribly.
whilo Dick's shot had shattered the bone
of tho other, so as to render that also a
menace to his life if not removed. Lcm
declares his intention cf sitting some dis
tance back npon the bank of tho river
and killing every alligator that dares to
lift its ugly mnzzlo above the surface
Pino Level (r la.) Dispatch.
Dr. Sk-nner, tho commissioner of Im
migration at tho port of New York, has
collectc-d some statistics for the month
of (k-tolsT which arcof int. rest in show
ing ns what tho United Mates is receiv
ing from foreign countries. Fifteen
thousand four hundred nnd sisty -sis im
migrants wito landed nnd brought with
them fcUKJ.tfc'C in cash. Only 2.650 of
them hod more than 10, nnd 5,881 had
no trade or renlnr occupation.
Thero were SO teachers, 21 musicians.
11 clergymen, fi artists, 5 engravers, 3
Liwyers. 3 physicians. 2 sculptors, 1 actor,
85ft skilled btliorcrs, 210 dressmakers and
SC barbers. Kinety-two wcro returned.
of whom 21 were paupers and 1 a con
A Ulllpatlaa Kansas ClrL
A baby girl weighing 21 pounds was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Ueorgo Grace at
Hiawatha on Nov. 0. The father is an
employee of tho Missouri Pacific road
and is a giant physically, weighing about
200 pounds. The mother is alro a wom
an considerably above the medium size.
Doth arc young people, nnd tins is their
first chilil. wluch is strong and healthy,
and the attending physician says it will
live. Kansas (.Sty Times.
tlrlrrs. to 33.O0O.
Anne Van Enschutz. who has for the
last two veurs worked as a domestic in
the family of County Attorney Scnu. has
fallen heir to .0iM) by the death of bcr
grandfather in Belgium. Tho girl, who
is only 10 vears old. receiveil a telegram
today suiting tlmt tho money would bo
forwur.leil as soon as sue could send to
Brussels tho necessary papers showing
her identity. Sauk Rapids (Minn.) Spe
fleod's aaa Cfa.y Boss's
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noous osma rani..
vrri j,r"T .r wT-rriT
s m aJ...H:il. ILAkI.i.
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u...,?. wi "-",,'" Y, ""
proportion and process, giving to
Hood's Sarsaparilla curative powers
not nossesscd bv other medicines. It
effects remarkable cures when other
preparations tail. "
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
Proposals will Iks rceeivei:
1 bv the
mavor and chairman of the
light committee of the citv f Rock
Island. 111., until Jan. 25, 1891, at 5
o'clock n. m., for supplies needed in
the extension of the fire department
of said city, vis
Two two-horse hose wagons, with
fnll line, of equipments, including
i i ir
one nr-inoi exn.-nsi " -
single ladder. Each wagon to weigh
not more than 2.100 pounds, and to
be so constructed as to carry two Arc
extinguishers. Workmanship and
material to lie gnaranteed.
- s patent
, One single
.e chief. .
ole for fire de-
je right to reject
toiVL, Jb., Mayor.
" Fire nnd Light Com-
.and, IU., Doc. 29. 1893.
Official k'rarcMlMCS f City (
City Coi kcil Room, Rock Islakd,
Jan. 1. 1894. Tho Council met in
regular semi-monthly session at 7:3"
p. v.. Mayor Mcdill presiding and all
'the aldermen present except tic'iin
schcr. The miaatcs of the la?t reg
ular and special meetings wcro read
Ou motion 61 Alderman Wad el the
rales were suspended to fake up the
prat of Columbia rara aililition ami
the ordinance for the payment of
Alderman Corken, front the Fi
nance Committee, reported an ordi
nance which was unanimously adopt
ed allowin bills a'aint the various-
funds as follows:
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wy w (c which
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r,BCU unanimously. A uiu i
G. B. Stsndnhar was referred to the
Tho plat of Columbia rark addition
was submitted and a recess of five
minutes was takca for the examina
tion, on motion of Alderman Ken
nedy. On being recalled to order tbe
Clerk read the certificate of the plat
signed by H. G. Paddock, county sur-
I ' cmuo,IJr,nK legal description
.. , .. mi . .
or o. ii. inreinu n iiiiaum season.
The Clerk read a petition as to cer
tain streets in Columbia Park by S.
W. McMaster, and another by W. A.
llartindale and others, which were
received and placed on fllc.on motion I
oi Aiucrman Kennedy. Alderman
ni.afci moved that the nlt 1 ..l..ri.
. . - . . v. '
i eti. carried, li to I fnclsoni.
Adjourned until next Monday even
... ' '
ing oa motion ol Alderman Kuech
maun. . A. D. Hcesikg.
. City Clerk.
Has ton n if that her, little ones are
improved more by the pleasant laxa
tive, Syrup of Tigs, when ia need of
the laxative enact of a gentle remedy
than any other, and that is mora ac
ceptable to them. Children eniov it
and it benefits them. The true rem
edy, Svrnp of Fir, is manufaetared
ty tae (Jauiernintir bvraBeomnanv
I at ColmolMas, ImL
ONE DOLLAR PER HUG."
flow rntrrprMna; Im Uirls.BelsesI th.
ChBieh ojmI MatHmawjr. -
Down in an Iowa town, not so very
far below the Minnesota line, there ta a
progressive little church. Some time
ago it was found necessary to raise a
certain amount for a certain purpose.
The young ladies of the church took the
matter in hand, and after going over tho
many ways which had been tried in
times past to raise money -decided npon
a new plan.
They decided to let the young men of
tlie town who felt like doing something
in the interest of the church- bold their
hands for a certain length of time for a
given sum 50 cents for holding a girl's
hand 25 minutes seems to have been
about the average. It is said that the
plan worked to a ch.inii, and that tho
coffers of the church swelled perceptibly
aftcvtlro hand hoblmg social was over.
The man who is empowered to issue
Vnarriage licenses in that town ought to
do a rushing business from this time on.
for it was also proposed, and this met
with instant favor among the young
men, to sell kisses at the average of 75
cents. It is hinted that decorous bugs
wore to be provided at a uniform price
of $1, coin of the realm. Seattle Tele
Prsa-.sxest Hj..i.r. it ?.
From a letter written bv Mrs. Ada
K. Hnrd, of Groton, S. I)., we quote
Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on mv.lunjjs. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion, tour doctors gave me lip. say
in; I could live but a short time.
javc mvsolf up to niv Saviour, deter
mined if I conld not slay with my
trienils on earth, 1 would meet, my
absent, ones above. M v husband was
advised to "i t Dr. KinsrV New
coverv for Consumption. 1 toughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, t-mk in all.
eight bottles; it has cured me, anil
thank God I am now a well and
heartv woman. Trial bottles free at
llartz & Uahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 50c audfl.
Good looks are more than skin
ilcep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, il your stomach lie disordered
von have a dvspefflie look, and i
vonrkidnevs be affected von have a
pinched look. S"cnre good health
and you will have good looks. Klcc
trie liitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, boilseind gives a srood com
plexion. Sold at llartz & Uahnseu's
drug store, 50c per bottle
BL'CKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands.
chiiidains, corns, and all skin crap.
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. ITice 2 cents per box,
For sale bv Harts & Ulleniever
The firemen of Walla Walla, Wastu.
nave elected as "honorary ineinlicrs" the
f.remen who perished in the cold storage
tire in uuicago.
When Eahy war sick, sre pr- m I -a Gloria.
VTliea ,ha was a Chilil, she crird r- Caslaria.
Wltra &he benainc 2Hnt she clue to Castorix
Wls fate; liail U-Bdrco, she cavetbem Castor ia
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Host people need
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption
Kcmpii Balsam will stop the congh
Children Cry for
A DIVIDEND PAYER!
Tbe Gold M'ar Mioinsr Co.
Or CRIPPLE CREEK, COL.
rrcinisreit'siidi r las of Ci'orsdo. C.ltl
Stock, 7DU.0H0 rhtres. intr valne 91 aeci
FLIX mil AKD NOK-AS8F.SSACLE.
150,000 SHAKES IN TKEA8CUT.
The mine t loritrit In ihe ik-he-t nortln of
Ibe n t brald l-old prndacl'-i; fll-lrct f Crippki
creec, ana is nekl andrr a I'nUad r-tatis patent.
Work m rarriet no Say ai4 ripl.tv and hint
grade on i. br'nc tateaont I. In- qsxnll ha
a January. IBM. t he (kmi.nr will Ixiria pajv
tac naralar mtmiblr diviJaail. at Ut wi to of
.24 Per Cent Per Annum on the
Amount Invested. -U.
II. OFFICER. Sec. and Trcas.
A tiatltrd amnant of the share are new offered
a Ml cet n- r rasm. Miick. Promirtn. id
cxnrrts' rvnutt sqlu ubtsiacd from tka baa..
il f I oa- of
- II. U. LOUNSBEST,
57 Broadway, New fork.
JoUn Volk 6c Coi
, COTJS2 GTJ1LDSB3. ;
8aah, Doors, Blinds. Siding, neorin
v ' - Waiaseoatlag. -
" iaifclaoswootay bjilsois. ,
at Ut.TaW sal Tana ssaasss,
TlNWASX AlTD HODBK
181 8KCOSD AVENUT,- .
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Ladies' Satin Party Slippers
In all the Popular Shades
Carriage Boots in all sizes.
Cor. Second and filarrisou Sts.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is n
a more violent poison
The tieatement bu
the habiS vanishes
patient in perfect he;
Ions renewal has
Institutes in all pa
Literature on the s
Homo Office: BUFORD BLOCK. Rock IalWid, 111.
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-. For sale in Koeklslanjbr Harts AUUmerer d.-ag'ist Sal 12th st v: .''
; msiao'W lumoyro and tnrwr acstieja -
e Jccit.rn.hk; ha r. whether ayoe Umi nanna,
. face, mi o- nets, withoot dtolarali
or injgrytUwaaaatdVHcteklB. It was
. wi riFTT TRaaa Tu. oacaer inraaDLa oa '.
a a bus WiMam. arkaoriN!cd l-y tyi- O
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awat eaiiaent drnoaiolaci.t aad halr-poi V
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;tifof aU'e-ttmacwatawanMuaa4j. '
O Mocracr rf Karen, he larvsorthrd lh. ro- .
- elp. Pa.nr, $ by all. u-ean-ly awkt-d. .
B' .ir.wiiiac.L.cn.-etitla'. dol Arrnln O
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Covth sth titan, Hew Tort, V-"T V S
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL
driveniSat of the svstezn by
expense of tbe general
from tbe atn and
.easily, leaving the
is that amaire-
MORRELL LIQUOR CURB CO.
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staaawar, Oac.Priaee St.. Haw tWk Ctty.
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