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THIS ABQOa SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1815.
Pabllahed Datta and Weekly at 1624
Avenue, Bock Island, III. Entered at the post
offlce aa second class matter.
J. W. Potter,
TERM 8 Dally, 10 cente per week. Weekly,
$2.00 per annum; in adTance. $1.50.
All commnnieatloni of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religion, mnat have
real name attached for publication. No anch
article will be printed over fictitious signature.
Correspondence solicited from every township
in Bock Island county.
Saturday, April 6, 1895.
As M. Zola Is coming to this cona
try too, we respectfully submit that
he be compelled to wipe oft his boots
before he is allowed to land.
There is no logical connection be
tween a cold winter and a plentiful
ice harvest and the price of ice to
consumers in the summer following.
TnF.RE are 71,895 grass widows in
the United States. No figures are at
hand as to the number of widows who
have been able to keep 03 the grass.
TnE only sweetheart of the poet
Whittier is becoming numerous enough
to make it probable that the girls be
lieved what the boys told them in
It is a slothful habit to put off until
ro-morrow what may be done to-day.
Yet there is some reason in it at this
season of the year because the days
are growing longer.
Ose sure c.7ect of the hypnotic fad
is a tendency to confuse paresis with
the new favorite. The new title is
quito as euphonious as the old, and is
much more satisfactory to the victims.
A Maine schoolboy hanged himself
because his teacher frowned on him.
If he had grown up to manhood he
would probably have killed some good
girl because she refused to marry him.
Goff. of Lexow investigation fame.
got a $14,000 a year office and has
reached for a raiso in salary, all of
which goes to show that reform en
joy sno particular snap in respect of
Tiif. priests may ride bicycles,
Bays a contemporary, "but they must
do it with duo regard to their cloth."
And so must other bicvclists. Reck
less scorching often plays hob with
the rider's cloth.
Loud Raylewii and Profossor Ram
sey have discovered a new element In
tho atmosphere. This makes sixty
six. It will mix with nothing and
seems to be useless. The discoverers
have called it argon.
If people exercised as much care
and t-hrewdness when investing in
advertising as they do when investing
in banks, mining (stocks and real es
tate, there would be more believers
in the value of printers' ink.
TnE indications now are that New
Jersey will have an elective judiciary.
It remains to bo seen whether the
same people who make the judges un
der the appointive system will have
any more trouble in controlling the
An Oakland minister preached last
Sunday on dancing and illustrated his
sermon bv going through the forms of
various dances in the pulpit. Next
Sabbath he will probably talk on card
playing and call - the . deacon up for a
friendly game of poker.
Is Pennsylvania they propose to
require that flags be put on publio
school buildings, made of American
wool grown by Americans and floated
from tlagstaffs of American lumber
fashioned by American workmen.
This is real Pennsylvania patriotism.
Most of tho Southern American
republics have already applied for
space at tho Atlanta exposition next
fall. Everything is working well
towards its prosperity, and the affair
will probably prove the greatest bene
fit to trade ever known in the Nuth
The fear that somebody would ac
cidentally be killed if tho Ittin Amer
ican countries kept up their revolu
tions has finally been realized. In a
battle near Bogota ninety rebels and
some government troops went down
and bit tho tropical grass, but we ob
serve that the officers got away.
There are different methods of
saving human life, but that carried
out by tho hero of the hour, Stevens,
the hardy American sailor, who kept
hU comrade alive (on a wreck off
Long Island) for nearly forty hoars
by beating him with a rope" U per
haps tho most peculiar on record.
The ascent of the Jungf ran will be
a simole matter when the climber can
walk up to tho line of vegetation and
then board a railway car to be drawn
to tho top through an inclined
tunnel cut in the rocky side of tho
mountain. At this rate the Alps will
rca-e to bj a reign of thrilling in
terest. The Japanese are having all th
glory and excitement of war with
out any of the hardsu. and with
out very much of Its danger. It is
said that during tho whole course of
the war they have not lor so many
lives as were lost by the sinking of
the Elbe. The war has not been much,
more fatal to them than la Uncla
Sam's annual Fourth of Jul oelabra-
T be rpbeld.
The supreme conrt will hand down
its decision the first of the week on
the validity of the income tax law.
The court will, it is learned on re
liable authority, uphold as a whole
this most jnst and wise measure.
Yet it is learned by an enterprising
correspondent that two portions of
the law have beta decided to be un
constitutional. Under the decision
to be handed down by the court
probably nert Monday, bnt possibly
later, all incomes derived from rents
are exempted from taxation by the
federal government, and all incomes
derived from state and mnnicinal
bonds re similarly exempted. In
other respects the income tax law
stands as it was passed last August.
w nen tne nrst vote was taken as
to the general principle of the con
stitutionality of a law of congress
taxing incomes, it was fonnd that the
court was evenly divided. Only
eight justices heard the arguments.
ustice Jackson being too ill to ap
pear in court. The vote disclosed
the fact that Chief Justice Fuller and
Justices Field, Gravand Brewer were
opposed to the law in toto. They be
lieved it was unconstitutional as
passed by Congress, and that it was
a direct tax, which according to the
constitution, must be levied among
the states according to the popula
tion as Returned by the census. Jus
tices Harlan, Brown. Shiras and
White voted to sustain the law as a
hole. Thev believed and supported
their opinions by a convincing argu
ment mat wniie particular portions
ol tne law were clearlv nnconstitn-
ional, the general effect of an income
tax could not be considered as on-
rosea to me principles laid down in
i .i . . ... .
So that the law as a whole is sus
tained and those who have been
holding back in the matter of com
pliance with it. in the hope that the
aw mignt exempt them, must pay
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
Bcnooi at z:ou p. m.
At Trinity church. Palm Sunday.
Rev. H. F. Sweet, rector. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Matins at 10:45
a. m. Even song at 7:30 o. m.
At the Central Presbyterian.
preaching by Dubois H. Loux at
10:45. Morning subject, "Divine
Orations." Evening subject, "Life's
rroDiem." bunuay school at 9:39.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45.
At the Immanual Baptist, Forty-
fourth street. Rev. W. II. Stickel.
pastor, will preach at 10:15 a. ni
and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject.
vie snail lie like bim; ' evening,
"A Heavenly Mossage To You."
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
At the First Methodist church.
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by the pas
tor. Rev. F. W. Merrell. Subject,
The Hidden Treasure." In the
evening at 7:30 a union service will
be held in the interest of the Bible
cause, addressed by Rev. Marquis.
At the Christian chnrch, service at
10:45 a. m. conducted by the pastor.
Rev. T. W. Grafton. Morning sub
ject, "The Law of Spiritual Develop
ment." Lvening service adjourned
to attend the union Bible meeting at
the Methodist church. Y. P. S. C
C. at 6:30 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian,
preaching at 10:45 a. ra. bv the pas
tor. Rev. II. C. Marshall,' on "The
New and Hidden Life." In the even
ing the congregation will join in a
union meesing at the First Metho.
dist church. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Young people's meeting at
6:45 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching
by the pastor, Kev. C. IS. laylor. Ph.
D. In the morning the hand of fel
lowship to new members and an ad
dress on "lbe Duties of Members
Evening, "Municipal Patriotism."
Sunday school at 9 30 a. m., George
H. Kingsbury superintendent. B
Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m., lead
er, Mrs. . r. uaster. junior union
at 2:30 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Key. vt. . Marquis, pastor, win
preach at 10:45 a. m. Subject,
"Christ's Rule of Light." In the
evening the congregation will join
in the l Dion Bible society meeting
at the First M. E. chnrch. Sunday
school at 9:15 a.m. Young people's
meeting at 6:45 p. m. South Park
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
At the Grace English Lutheran,
Forty-fourth street. Rev. J. L. Mur
phy, pastor. Palm Sunday, services
at 10:30 a. m.. subject, "A Woman's
Memorial." Mrs. Murphy and Miss
Ramsey will sing a duet, -My Faith
Looks up to Thee," and Miss Agnes
Branney will sing a solo. "Jerusa
lem." Confirmation at the morning
service. At 7:S0 p. m., subject, "Si-
John, the Apostle of Lnve." Ser
vices Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday
and lnnrsday evenings at 7:45. and
Friday morning at 10:30 of Holy
Flit Hartwell in ber last syndicate
article says: "I don't recommend
any special brand of tea for afternoon
o'clock. I do. however, know all
about the best tea to take at night.
Parks' Tea will certainly clear yonr
complexion and purify 'your blood.
Yon will be surprised at the im
provement if yon take a enp of Parks
Tea each night. Sold by Harts &
Children Cry for
b t. r. v. cowvKjrriox.
Batttaawrw Jaly 1 t a I. 1895.
There is only one route to Balti
more combining the best railway ser
vice with the most interesting 'scen
ery and historical associations. It is
the Chesapeake &OhioR'y. via Wash
ington. "the Rhine, the Alps and
the Battlefield line of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New River canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Blue Ridge mountains, the Pied
mont and Shenandoah valleys, and
the most famous of Virginia battle
fields. The F. F. V. limited is the only
modern through train to Baltimore
via Washington with electric lights,
dining car and observation car. One
fare for the round trip. At compar
atively a slight additional cost return
trip can be made by way of Chesa
peake Bay, Old Point "Comfort and
For full information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C. B. Ryan,
Ass't. G. P. A., C. & O. R'y., Cincin
In Days of Old
When men wore costumes like this, love
teas quite as important a factor in
human hfc and happiness as it is today.
The love for
Was much stronger than now. That is
what gives such fascination to stories of
the Are of Chivalry. Sttch a story is
A tale of Queen Mary's time, by Stanley
J. Weyman. It will be printed as
A Serial in This Paper
Read the First Chapter on the Third
Page of this issue.
In latest styles
Bennett's Glove Store
1605 SECOND AVENUE.
Mrs. S. Smith,
180 Second Ave.
' A word to those coin
to build tuts coming
season! If you are go.
iog to build a nice res
idence get figures from
the Colons Stone Co. of
Colona. 111., on a cut
stone building of white
or rerigated sandstone.
If too build of brick let
them give you figures
on the trimmings. If
rou build a irame or
wood building let them
give jou figures on the raoge work.
tt will iaarmv lbe look ard valoe nf soar
s prr cvm. txtosrof the Bicrst feulldint-s
in trie atata arc bo lt of Colona sum. By ail
atraaa haw yoar ansttrrt sped T Coioo ion
to be aecsl la jitmr fcaitdine. Sample tf rluee
aoa psmafTapaa f miniums ca ae aeca
fcjoaa la. MHcaell Ljvde's MiMuig.
' I Iff f
nia n u yrraE alkitts is.
ritAO vUIiiVt foeiuve core
lor Ki1nMr mnd I
i nnaTT IMMI
ic. it is irom
the new pAtyn
pian shrub. XA-
A X AV A botan
ic! name: fpr
arribed itt Aw
York rorVrf.Feh. i
8. 1899, aiirl Mi
icul fiarrffr. of
1?.. 1WL Endr.rw! h the Hvmi nl l'hy
iri&ns i1 Eitrotv a a ur Spectnc ture for Kil-
nevand uiiirl)ifte. Kneuman-m.
Hrl.rht'B 1imjuw Hr.lr-ljiit deDoaltfl. Liver 1K-
east Female Complainta. nln in bark. etc. MI
ar Ttro iJolOirw n HottU. I"cr1nii ve book went
free to all We know tknl ALU AVI i a iNwi
tive Cure for the f1mAw. and to prove to you
Its WoinWfuI KtWts. and for the akeof intro
dnrtlon, we will ?wnd yon enough for one week "
dm, vy mail. prvTWim. mr-m u ? 'ti arc suf
ferer. It is an nnfniirtir cure. A trial Ton
noth'tir. ArMrKM. Tin? C HCKCH K.I.XfelT
CI RC fO 4SO rowrtb ATfaae. Kw
la Nature's Con
stitutional 3 are
Core for Athm A great Modern Hedlcal
Discovery. Cre SvnranCml or Xa J'ay.
ror large Trial case, ny man, aaaresa.
KOLA IMPORTING CO.Ii62Bros3iay,ll2f Yort
State Savings Bank,
Molise, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
fnccrerts the Moline Savings Bank
Uig nized 1M1
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Oreirj'aed nndrr State I aws.
Open from I i. n. m 1 p. a, and
ednt-n ay sud Stordj nights front
7 to 8 p m
C F Hbbeiiwat,
- - President
H II AlXeWORTH.
C F nnaEXWAT,
C B AisawoRTH,
Geo II EDWARD,
C A Boss.
W It Adams,
REA ESTATE LOANS
ide f rr pw parties In the
poi 4 U.e Nit by the
Orchard State Bnul
of OHTHAMD. NRP.kAaA.
K. W. Tart. PrevldrPt.
I. H. IUrt (fertile
Mftrbell LTn. enkn
i. C KobbMou. CRfh:i Clnek Island National
Q. C. Caitet, V . P.
Isnrj Oat'.'i Sotia, Aliolie tiroer
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Kochesler Oermsii In Co.,
atrhester Fire '
Buffalo Ger.t aa t .
MiniiK- Wordoo ' .
....Rochester, N T
Buffalo, A Y
.. ManclieHer N II
tierman Klre .
M ilwaukee llvcbaoics .
. New Haven, Conn
OiBce Corner Eijrhteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1017.
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES ft CLEAVXLAKB
Kepredentios; over 40 Million TV-II va
of fjasa assets
Tir . Llfo. Tornado.
Bonds of Auiwiysaip.
OFFlca Eansrstua'a blnrk dock tslaad. 111,
ESTSeare war rate: aher will lnerei ftm.
I M BUFORD.
Genera? . . .
TTm :a rtre mm Tiaaerlsw tlnwoiaawst
Lorses Prontlr Pa5d.
- ft low mm mmm imllmmrm eMii-aity emm
A !-. rriiahr atirjMie retw ur nj
vvMjBuwwsTtvja a&i Tor ttbJnf -ii m
MTSIsnfL SOW wVTJtl bT OTT
a-m-auk. . . ,
aw. L i-t box. or (xitl ImII.
i. aj;rVva AAlrr-Ji: ftHC rlftfc,U
Sold mj Hstz t rUenerer mod T. H Tboma.
Estate of Manrartt Kelly, tteceaeed.
Tne onderaUnied bhvidc been appointed ad-
ranbmtor of the eotate of Margaret I
Keile, late of the enmity of Koek Island, stae I
uf tllinot-. deceased. ta-T-by (tIt notice that he I
nil Senear before the eonnty eonrt of Kock Island I
eoontl , at tb offlee of lb clerk of said conrt, la I
the city of Rocs .elard. at the June term on I
the nrst Monday In Jane next, at which tin
all persons hayina; c!ams aea-nst said estate are I
eolinv-e and reeietied to attend, for the purpose I
of having- the air.e a1)Q-ted- I
All te'sone Ii dcb'ed tosaid rst tte are reoxest-1
ed an make la mediate paynu.nl to the under-1
baud this day of Murch. A. I. 18.
HEN 1.1 C. LUNMuLLt. AilminiptratoT.
ErUte of Phil, moo L. Mitcbell. deceased.
The nndor1aied r-av ne been anpolntei eiec- I
nor or ne m wm ar.o us'sroentoi fni'emon l.
Mitehrll lale of the conntr of Hue I-land. state I
of Illinois, dee aser. brretiy trive notii e that ihev I
will appear before the c-umy court of Keck 1-1-and
county, at rlie orlce of the clerk i-t said court,
Inthedty ofR. ck lalmd.at tne May term, on
the first Honda In May nrz . at which time all
persons having ela'rnsscainatra'dsetate are no-1
tilled and requeffrt loatlei.d, tjt the parpore of I
having the same adjusted. I
All pepoiis in" b ed t said estate are re-1
quee ed to make '.maied ate payment to the an
Dated tb's ad day of March. A. D.. I8M.
W ; tVaimwortb.
MAkT 11. Wad worth.
STATS OF ILLINOIS. I
RnCR 1SUR D CorKTT. I
In tb- circuit court. March term. . l, 1995.
Lu la u,rvln vs. Jo-cm t, .n-In.
Atnaavit of nn-rv.idence of Jorenh Garvin,
the aliove defentlan:, havinf bttn filed in (be
clerk ' office of the c. rt uit court of sala conmy.
notice is be-eh slven to the said non reiuttit
tii f- n.l.-.nt that the co nplalnant Bled her biil of
comtilsint In sat conr', on tne cnaLcery .s-cie
there.. f. on tin STth dhvc.f March, IMIU. and that
the-ention asumtinns Issued -ut f vaid court.
when-m said snit Is now pend ne retnrnable n
the first Monday in tUe moniu of Muy next, as by
liw req-iired Now, nnksn von the raid n- n-te--
luent a-reniam above n men snnn personally oe
and appear he'.-re said clrcu t court, rn t'-e nrfti
dav tif the next term thereof, to be holden at
llxt Ii'a id in and f.-r the s ltd com ty. o ine
Ann Mon-l iy in Mar n-it. and plead, ans-rer or
dmnrto the s.ildci m-lainatit snillf conip aint.
th-samo and tne m ttera a d ihini; inereia
charged and stated will be -alien a cotifes-ed.
and a det ree enterea against yua accorcing to ine
prater oi taia bin
Koek Island. Mln ii-. March t?ih. A. D. 1S.
Jaaa- M. Biiiu-LtY, l oi.ilaiuil Holicitnr.
rubllrallou Mot Ire.
6TATBOF ILLINOIS, .
Hock Islakp ijiiiktt. i
tn the eircnit court, to tla May te m, A. D.. 1--H5. 1
The Home Biii d'tic Loan association of Rock
Island, vs. John ireeM-n. Mary iirecs-'en.
J.c.b Wi 1ms, Henry lumbers;, an t t.'liarles
Deilt lon, (.armer, etc . a Lamb.-ne & lK-tief.
son. Aueust H Liitird MirilK llaetjen. pat-
nere, etc as f Tegeler & Comnany, tiutav
Mengel, KocK island liiewm; company ana
IBlavlt of the non residence 'of Mary Pree-
sen, one of the ab -ve niirn d d-fndnnts, having
bet n Bled in the cb rk's office of the circuit o ur.
notice is hereby eiven to the sai non-res-dent
derpnrisnt that Hie omi-lalnant filed its bill of
complaint In tne siiu routt on tne ensncery ,tre
taerot on ine xrin any ot ifrvvmw, a u. iiwi,
and that a somn.on issned out of said Co -rt.
wb r.-in raid suit is now ien;ing. returnable on I
the flrst Mi.ndsy in lue month of May next as Dy
lnw r. o-iired.
Now, anUss yon, the raid non-res'dent defen
dants above named Mary lreessen, shall persot.-
ally be and appear bi fore the aald circuit conrt
on n-t Hist uay ot tne next t.-rm xuereoi 10 oe
holrien at Kock Irlrn i in and for s-id cour.ty i n
the first Montlnv ef May next, and p!ea-l. ai.swer
or demur to the said complainant's bi.l oltim-
plaint, tne lime and tne limner- nun tliinm
ihir.-ln charvd and stated anil will be taken -8 I
couf- 8-el, and a decree entcrci agaiust you ac-
cordin to the prayer of said bill.
Koca lalan-l. 111., aarcn . i-o.
o. w uiiiilk, i.-ieTa:.
Jacksox ft IlOt-sT, Alton eye for t omplainait.
STATE OF ILUM"IS, .
HOCK 1I.AD OI KTT. I
Inibe Circuit Court, Msy term
A. D. 1ST-5 in
The Home Bullrli- c & ltsa Assnclsflon of R.tcs
Is ani, vs ;i ihis itif-ane l"iirua ivii-tner, t;-ii
Robrrt Kast,.er, l Iw t :k ItUnd Bk-wiuk Com.
pauv.John SiiUer. J scjih .1. Ieich si.d Jn-i-pb K.
Oievr. l.tnrr. etc.. a- Lercu (fr.ve; II. K.
Bramnur Mamurac turinc louipiny, and H nry
Afflil.vit of the n'.n resMince ' Clara Hosalie
aliliia K.stt,franl the II. V. Brammer M-tno-fitrtmlnK
compsnv. and Ctrl lloovrt Ksstnor, of
the above nnnied d-ft'nnant. hitvine been n ed tn
the t lerk's office ot the c'rruit coil-t. roii.el-
herebr civen to the raid nou-rrs'dent d'-fenltit
that the c .mplalfitut llleil his bill of c miilainl in
rai l conrt on Ihe chancerT sirl thereof, on the
J jib day of March. A !.. IMS, m.d tba- iher. niKin
a summons Irsued out of said court, wherein itin
sett is now lemiin?. rttur able on the flm Mon
day in tbe month ot Msy ntxi, as by law reqnired-
Now. unless von. the said nnn-resuient oe
fendants above namrsL la a Koa'.ie Matilda
Kasmer.Csrl Kor; km-tn -rnnd 11. r . Iirsmmcr
Manaracturinecomuitiy. rhall personally be aid
appear before the a.,irl circuit court on the nrst
flay or the next term increot, w ne noiaen at u-M-a
l.lMtid in and for the said count v on the lin-t
ktoodny in Mav, next. nd pies', m-wct or de
mur to the said complainant's bill of crmpl-iint.
the same and the nutters acd things therein
chariredkrid ttaled will be taken as confef md.
and a deer -e n'ercl asinnt you accoruiua; to
txe pra-eror said bill.
Hurft Island, ill.. M-ircn tt,. ismt.
r. KOKUK W. i AMBLE. Olcrk.
Jacksoh A IIl-kt, solicUors for Complainants.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale-on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a line walnut, film,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, 'and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Bona 21. Mltchtll & Lynia Slock.
EAGLE ALTAI R.
Aluminum rims, taper tubes.
The wheel that stands all tests.
DUKE & DUTCHESS.
Can be fouud at
1610 Third avenue.
HAKDWAKE AXO PAIKT3
I TOLD YOU SO.
MlraaMfy llaaka aavl
Talked on, aad oa, aod on, and oat
nirandy, Mtrely you're not threnta
Your wtublng, and
Yeat rira. Swan, twm bom mgo.
And everythlnc'a aa white as snows
But the, yon aee, ft'a aH becauM
I aw tho SOAP called SANTA CLAU5.
wrjgnrrm. rue. . K. FA1RBAHK COHPAIIY. CIilMgt.
To the People
Rock Island and Vicinity
Spring has come, and with it the largest stock
of WALL PAPER has arrived at the ADAMS
WALL PAPER CO. that they have ever had.
We can safely siy that never before in Rock
Island has such a variety of fine goods been
shown. These goods are now open to your in
spection, and you are invited to see them.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310. 312 and 314 Twentieth stret.
HKAT1NO AND Vtfclll.ATlHiG KNOIMKEKS.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Ilcbtcr, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
Fiva Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Co lateral or Real f sate Security.
i M BrprBD. President.
P 4. Dekkh .in. Vice President.
P GnaiNAWLT, Cm-hiir.
S. it. cur. Xitchvll & Lyude's Lt building.
Carpenter and Builder.
OFFICE, NO: 221 SIXTU AVENUE,
Hboo on Vin 8tr-t.
Selected from our immense stock excels others in
niialltv. Kivlf anrl wnrlcmnnshln while our orices fr1
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