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THIS ARGUS, MONDAY, MABCH 1, 1897.
Don't You Need $
We have a large line of Bedroom Suites
we know will please you. THE PRICES
103, 105 and 107 East Second
WE DONT EXPECT
mm WE BK
To tell all the .hoes, bat we do sell a great many and natur
ally Kant to tell many more.
WE DO EXPECT
To sell the best for the money and Rive the customer so good
satisfaction that he or she will coma again.
Is very fall and includes everything from the Child's Slipper
to the liucst and best Lady's or Gentleman's Shoe.
WE WILL BE
With you again with a nobby line this spring. Watch
1704 Second Ave
tiUta of Andrew Pearaon. deceased.
The enderaltrnerl having been appointed edmin
1tnUU of U lact will and taetainentof Andrew
Fearaun, lata of thm county of Kock laland,
rtata of llllnoU. deeeaaed, bercby pive. notice
that aho will appear before t!ie toac'y court of
Fork lalaad coor.ty, at the ofllce of the clerk of
taldeoart. In the city of Rnck laland, at the
April turn, on the Brat Monday la Aptil
eat. at which time all peranne having clalma
araloid eaid aetata are noticed and reqneeied to
attend for the purpoee of haying the aeme ad
Jneted. AU oeraone Indebted to Mid estate are re-
Seeetad to avaka lmeMdlau payment to tha an
e rale Bed.
Sated ttala 15th day of February, A. D.. 1817.
ri.ana FcaaaoM, Administratrix.
JaOBaoa tlun.1T, Attorae)e.
STATS OT ILLINOIS, I
Rncm laLAVD Cmrrtr. I
In the ctrenlt coart In dhantery. foreclosure,
rrneral No. 4UK4
Manenld M. Sturgeon re, Patrick Gregg Bog.
Notice la hereby aiywn that by virtue of a de
cree of raid conn, entered In the above entitled
rat.e, on the Hth day of January, A.I. liVT,
1 erie.ll. on Batnrday. the 1.1th oar of March.
A. O 1HOT. at the hour of 1 o'clock In tb after
noon, at the front door of the court hunae. In the
eity at Kork lUrrl. In aald county of Kock lalaad.
to aatlefy aald decree, eall at public verdn to
the hlxbeet and cent bidder for caah In hand, thoee
certain pareele of .'and, elteato la the county of
nnrw laiaiin ana rate or Illinois, known and ae
crllied a. follow, fwwli:
Tb nntl'V d d ooe-nfth Dart of Inte one (1) and
two (Si In b'nek eta-hleen (11 aad the undivided
one-Sftb part of the roth one hundred aud thirty
!.) feet of lot ten (101 In Mora nnaihor tbtr
texa 1.1), all lo Bpeacor Caaa'e addition to the
ally of Rnrk land.
lated at Hnck laland. I llnol.. ttala l.t day of
reDmary, A. u., iw;. alwih a. raKSinTka,
Matter la Chaaoery, Kock lalaad uoanty, IU.
C. fl. AtaaUHau, Cnaaolalnatir Solicitor.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
stati of Illinois, i
Hoc a laLinDi orvyy. f
By yir ue of a decretal order ef the county
rewt of aalit conntr entered a the February
term. A. D. I"VT, of atld court. on the te Ition of
jtnorew . mcconsel', guardian or nettle js.
McDonnell, Lanra e. Mcc'oanell. Mna B ate
Coenell and U art ley tt Me'onuell, minre. to
eeu ne real aetata hereinafter eeeerloea. Belong
Ine; to them I ahull, on Wedneadav. the third
Kay of Marrb. A. U . l!V7, at the anuth door of
tna coon Bona, in tno city of Hock lalaad.
onuaty of Kock laland and atate of Iillnole. at
tb hour oft o'clock In th afternoon, of eald
day. erll all the right, title, claim aad Interest of
aid minora. In and to the following deacrtbed
real eatatr, eitaata in the county of Hock laland
and Mai of IUinol. Io-wim
Th weei ona-hal f ( s of the nortbweet qaarter
(V) of aeetlooalitten (IS), and toe eaM one-half
(HI of in nonn-caat quarter 4tt of aact'on
rvantrnil).all In townahip alxtaen (lt. north
rang two (41. weat of tb fourth (4th) prln-
cipw aienaian. oonuumna ona aanaraa ana
BUty (1(H) arrre.
fad eale will re made at public auction to
ue aigseat ana Beat Bidder for cab In band.
ANiiaiv w, McOonnaix,
Uuardlnn of aald minora.
Jaeaaop A II caar, Atiomeyi.
White Seal saloon
1 8 IS Second Arenae.
I mmi e37aMUavV7
w Htaaa. Take y
ai PraarWa. araentS.
rV . Wardrobs?
Street, DAVENPORT. M
But few plays written for the
American stage have attracted such
widespread attention as James A.
Heme's homelv picture of farm life
on the New England coast. There is
something extremely refreshing in
the title, -Shore Acres." It smells of
the sea. The story Mr. Heme tells
s a powerful one. Not so much in
what is expressed, but in what is left
to the imagination. The author in
'bbore Aores" shows the beauties in
realism. Other writers have shown
its darker side, Mr. Iierne the other.
His play has been commended for
the good it has done, and clergymen
nave puonciy commended it. It does
not, however, deal with religion, and
its characters are simple, everyday
peopie. wno Know mue or the
world's strifes and - straggles. In
their own rock-bound Tillage they
are living quiet, unpretentious lives,
ana teaching, through Mr. Heme's
genius, a lesson of love and self-sac
rilice. An artistic interpretation of
Shore Acres" will be given at the
Burtis this evening.
Somethlnr: to Know.
It may ba wnrlh anmnthtnrr In
know that the very best medicine for
restoring the tired out nervous sys
tem to a healthy vigor is Electric
Bitters. This medicine Is nurclv
vegetable, acts by giving tone to the
nerve centers in the itnmmth. contiv
stimulates the Liver and Kidnevs.
and aids these organs in throwing oil
impurities in the blood. Electrics
Bitters im Droves thai annntita 'rU
digestion, and is pronounced by
those who have tried it as the very
best blood purifier ond nerve tonic.
Try it. Sold for 50 cents or 11 per
bottle at Harts & Ullemeyer's drug
Ok Tour Otc Btmt rnni Ban It Iiuwt j.
Insurance and Loax
vxjm , Mitciiwll A i.-Toe b's.,
I B anoi T , Brax
THE OBITUARY ' RECORD.
Philip Oloeeldrlo. - Old Baaldewt, DUa
In Sontnt Back Ialaaat.
Philip Dingeldein, for nearly a half
century a resident of Rock Island
county, died at his borne in South
Rock Island at 8:30 Saturday even,
ing, aged 75 years and 9 months.
Spinal trouble with which he had suf
fered for three years.was the fatal ail
ment. Mr. Dingeldein had for many
years run a vineyard and his home,
had become famed to travel
ers of Ninth street, who often
stopped to sip Dingeldein wine.
Mr. Dingeldein was a native of Ger
many. A wife and four children
Mrs.Mary Holdorf, of Omaha; Mrs.
Maggie Schoenning, of Preemption;
Philip and Henrv Dingeldein, at home
the latter being an adopted, child.
survive. The funeral will be held
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from
the residence with services by Kev.
Funeral services for Mrs. Willard
Baker were held yesterday afternoon
at the Broadway Presbyterian church,
of which she bad . been an ardent
menber, by Rev.1 W. S. Marquis.
The church was filled with relatives
and friends of the deceased, and the
offerings of flowers were numerous,
among them being several particu
larly beautiful ones. Hymns were
rendered by the choir. ' Interment
was made at Chippiannock, the pall
bearers being: Dr. J. W. Stewart,
W. B. Ferguson. Phil Mitchell, John
Weyerhauser, S. J. Keator and A. M.
The remains of Margaret Lee were
laid at rest in Calvary cemetery yes
terday morning. Requiem mass was
chanted over her remains at St. Jo
seph's church by Rev. Father Mack
in. The pallbearers were: Christo
pher Lee, Gas Miller, John Lee, Ste
phen Miller, Daniel Schroeder and
Miss Anne Buford, daughter of
Maj. and Mrs. L. M. Buford. of San
Jaurez, Mex., was married at 11
o'clock this morning to James W.
Magoffin, the ceremony being solemn
ized at the church of the Immaculate
Conception, El Paso, Tex. The
bride was a favorite in society
here, where the family lived prior to
Maj. Bo ford's appointment as United
States consul at San Jaurez. She is
a lady of a sweet and charming na
ture, is accomplished, and will be a
valuable acquisition in social circles
wherever she may be. Her many
Rock Island friends will join with
those of her new ones in the south
in wishing for her and her lucky
companion much joy and prosperity.
Mr. Magoffin is a banker and is con.
sidered one of the wealthiest men of
They Work While We Sleep.
There are bat three organs in the
body that work while we sleep, the
heart, the lungs and the kidneys.
ine heart is the pumping engine.
The lungs furnish the oxygen of com
bustion. The kidneys are the sewers. Upin
the activity of the kidneys depends
the purity of the blood.
They are constantly filtering pois
ons and impurities ont of it. If
they did not act, the heart would be
simply pumping poisons through the
channels ot the body that would do
harm instead of good.
Cpra Stioor, Health Kidney, depend
Para BIooS. fnra Blood anaana Perfect
If you would keep vour kidnevs
healthy and active take
DR. HOBB3' SPARAGUS KIDNEY
and the heart and lungs will take
care ol themselves.
Cured Altar Untold Palo la th Back aud
Kldnaya. Mow ! Fdel Like a
Rock Island, 111., Nov. 27, 1896.
For the past three years, I have
been doctoring for my back and kid-
oeys, which gave me untold pain.
Tried all the bast physicians with
out avaiL Three weeks ago I com
menced using Dr. Hobbs' Sparagu
maney riiis, wnicn i got at x. a.
Thomas' drug store, and I can sav
my pains are all gone and I feel like
a new man. ine puis are an right
aad will do much good to all those
who use them.
Pat RooKKr. 1S09 Fifth avenue.
Dr. Hobbs' Sparagas Kidney Pills,
50 cents a box, Hobbs Remedy com
pany, proprietors, Chicago.
nr. Bobbs Pilli For Sale in ROCK ISLAKD by
1. u. inujiAa, uraggut, oar. za ave. ex itux at.
EhenmntlaBB Cox ad la C4 Haara.
T. J. Blackmore, of Haller &
Blackmore, Pittsburg, Fa., save: "A
short time since I procured a bottle
of Mystic Cure. It got me out of
the house in 24 hours, i took to my
Dc a with rheumatism nine months
ago and the Mystic Cure is the only
medicine that did me any good.
had five of the best physicians in the
city, but I received very little relief
from them." bold by utto Grot an,
1501 Second avenne, druggist. Rock
Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220
West Second street, Davenport.
Pawt Tot n I Sptt anal aaaokaj In
If yon want to quit tobacco using
easily and forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bae. the wonder-
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain tea pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 eured. Buy No-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a cur. Booklets and sam-.
pies mailed free. Addrea Sterling
Remtdy company, Chicago or New
When bilious or costive eat a Caa
earet, candy cathartics, core guaran
teed, io cants, 25 eeta.
MRS. PORTER OUT ON BAIL
Provide SS.Oeja Eoade foe Bar Api
Mrs. Porter, the Coloaa woman
charged with the murder of her hus
band, has escaped the confines of
the Henry county bastile, temporarily
at least. Today she provided $5,000
bail in security of her appearance
when wanted for triaL
A new indictment has been re
turned against the accused woman.
The original one, which was attacked
ny the defense on the ground that it
did not cover the probability of Por
ter having administered the poison
himself, and with suicidal intent,
was nolle pressed, and the grand
jury recalled. A new one, in which
the suicide theory was treated nega
tively, was returned.
MEET OF JEWISH WOMEN.
As IataroatlBC Proa He an Bator) Trl-Clty
Beetlia band ty.
An interesting and well attended
meeting of Tri-City Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, was held
yesterday afternoon at the Standard
club. Mrs. L. Simon, the president.
presided. Miss Esther Rosen held
treated of a paper on "Moses Men
delssohn," tracing the life and ac
complishments of the great philoso-
pner la a manner which held the
closest attention of her audience.
Rev. Maurice Thorner, of Davenport,
made a few imprompu remarka on
intellectual : progress, filling the
place assigned to Dr. Jennie McCow
en, of Davenport, who was to deliv
er au address on "Overcoming Evil
inheritance," but owing to illness
was nnable to be present. Rev.
Thorner said men have learned and
are learning to recognize and appre
ciate the opinions and ideas ot wom
an, who, a century or so back, was re
garded as an inferior being no bet
ter than a slave in affairs other than
those of the sacred confines of the
homes. She is now being consulted
on political, economic, religious and
moral questions; she is studying up
on these matters, and she is taking
part oy the side ol ber husband,
father and brother, to the end that
what ia best for humanity, the city,
state and nation, may be accom
plished. The musical numbers were by
Miss Myra Bear, who played a violin
solo, accompanied on the piano by
airs, stimon. jne young lady was
obliged to respond to an encore.
Miss Woltmann gave a zither solo.
Ste was also encored and responded.
Mr. Anderson, ot raoiine, ascompan
ied on the piano by Arthur Hirscb,
played two euphonium solos, one of
the numbers being an encore.
Charles Williams and a woman
who he claimed to be his wife were
arrested last night at the Hotel Gor
don on Matket Square by Officer
mooay. Williams is charged with
beating the woman. The couple ar
rived in town last week and had been
gcests at the Union house.
tienry 1 nomas, the confidence
man arrested in Moline, and held to
the circuit court in $300 bonds, was
wearing an overcoat belonging to
Harry Campbell and stolen from the
Y. M. C. .A. building one evening
last week, when delivered at the
county j ail Saturday.
. molten arrests were made by the
police department in February. The
charges were as follows: Larceny, 7;
assault, 5; fugitive from justice, 1;
vagrancy, i ; arunk, 1; resisting an
offiser, 1; disorderly conduct, 2;
breach of the peace, 1. There were
tenty wagoa calls, 61 miles being
ran. Eight tramos were carried a"d
lo lging was given to 879. Twenty
m-als were furnished, while 111
lights were reported out for 429
The following inrcrs were drawn
today for service at a sneciaJ term nf
the circuit court to be held next
week. The larnrs are to rnnrt at 2
o'clock next Monday aiternoon:
Hugh Johnson. William I.vr.n F.
G. Young, Willism Atkinson, Moses
ojwen, opencer Mittison, Rock Isl
and; Ed Eiickson. L. Palmquist, O.
M. North, E. O. Fuller. A. Lindwal,
Krick Gustus. E. L. Harnrtt Simon
Hirsch, W. T. Ball, Swan Olson.
C. Newlanda. South Moline; Amos
era a a
nejnoias, uoe; Orrin Cook, Hamp
ton; John Earight, Cordova; Hiram
Cain, Canoe Creek; Thomas Connelv.
Coal ValleT: F. N. Rnnao Klk
Hawk; R. J. Hutchinson. James
Irwin, Bowling; John Runner, John
Pence, Buffalo Prairie.
The man with It Vpiffht ein Ma 10
can't hope to win in the race. A
man with a weight on his health
can't expect to compete in life and
business with those who are not
handicanned. If hi .
and his blood sluggish, because of
nniiii;..i;.. I . . .
.iiuuu, ue win not succeed in
doing anvthirjer war wall rVincti-
pation is the cause of nine-tenths
mu aiLitness. symptoms of it
sallswness, listlessnes poor appe
tite, bad taste in the month, dizzi
ness, biliousness and latitude. Con
stipation Can be P.nrnr! o.tilo and
certainly by the use of Dr. Pierce
rieaant Pellets. They are not
all violent in their action, and
taeT are m r.ra co.i.in k.a man
medicines which' an an iii tr thfvt
they put the system all ont of order.
The great advantage of the 'Pleas-
au a one ia ia anas tney core per
manently. Send 21 one-cent at am n a to eomr
cost of mailing on'r. and ret his
treat book. The People's Common
Sense Medical Advisor ahanlntol
free. Address World's Dhpensary
aavuieau ABaociafon, ob;) Mala street.
DBuaUO, XX. X.
SUNDAY MORNING GLAZE.
Boof of Barn.' aalojai CeSofcra mra Bat
Fire broke ont in th rnni n.mat
SaloOB at thM mmar nf Tt-.
and Eighteenth street aboat 10:33 yea-
iwiauuj. a Bkrong wina was
""" m "aioea wnicn were rap
idly eating their way into the garret
of the bnildinp-. whan that
was checked by a cold water bath
administered br GnttHah 7ii..
tha bartender, and Charles Grama,
the porter, who eut a whole in the
roof with a hatchet. The blase was
first noticed bv twa email k...
were passing down Eighteenth street
111 t a a
Aiiey rusnea. into ine saloon and
sounded tha warninc. Thia at
Messrs. Zwicker and Grams to work
in earnest and In a very fear mo
ments they had extinguished what
would have undoubtedly soon devel
oped into an uncontrollable mass of
The fire department was nntifian
and arrived in good time, but its as
sistance was not needed, owing to
the effective and timelv work of tha
bucket brigade. . The damage was
Aa latareauag Colloquy.
County Clerk Kohler came down
to his office in a rage this morning.
He found that his energetic deputy.
Johnny Rinck, had been playing
mischief, with tee harmony 01 the
court house square family circle,
and that between Saturday and Mon
day a breach had been made that
had widened every minute since.
"aow see here, Johnny." said the
colonel, "what you meat by making
such a luss as this? l do-vt want
any bad blood with those other fel
lows over on the corner."
But Johnny was inclined to be re-
ticent. "Them's the ways of Rock
Island politics, colonel1 he said.
But. Johnny, yon should think of
me before you make such rash
breaks. Remember I have a future
as well as a past.".
"bo have I, colonel." was the onlv
reply that came from the little
Kohler then went into a disserta
tion about how much more Bonev
Johnson thought of his chief than
Johnny did. The depnty of the
other Moline clerk had known enough
a. a, . . . . " .
uui, to get mixea up in a Kock Island
tangle at such a time, "and besides."
ejaculated the colonel, "we have
troubles enough of our own at home
wnnout getting mixed no with Rock
But Johnny merely smiled.
Woodmen Caaa la Court,
The time within which th Pnitm.
obstructionists were allowed to file
their bond to take their Wood
mn appeal to the tnnreme
court expired today, and Wil
1 am Jackson received word from
Morrison this morning that the bond
bad been filed some dava nov. Th
bond bore the names of 33 citizens of
t Ulton, Which established the nrnnar
ratio as between the nnmhnr nf
pie it takes in that place to make one
Buuatauuai citizen elsewhere. Mi.
Jackson now has honea that tha fa
that the bond was filed before today
takes the case into the March term
of the supreme eonrt. If thia fa th.
case, it may be readily disposed of,
The old man who looks nnt f il,.
world with clear and . healthy eyes
cannot help feeling great gratifica
tion at the thought that his children
have inherited from him no weak
ness nor tendency to disease. The
healthy old man ia the man i
throughout his life kept his digestion
.vtA. ah A l: a-, . e
uiuoa pure, not one in
a thousand does tin it ' nan..
through the healthy body without
effect. Let them onee find lodgment,
or let them find a weak spot, thev
"i i uc.ciuu oj me million, and the
blood will be full of them fnataarf
of giving strength to the tissues, it
will force upon them innutritions
uiavaor, nun my) man win lose Uesh.
and the more anaeentihiA ha la in
disease. Dr. Pierce'a ftnlrinn Marii.
cal discovery is the only medicine
.urn. ausuiuieiy ana lniauiDiy cares
all blood diseases, and almnat all ilia.
eases are blood diseases. It isn't a
medicine for some one particular so-
Called disease. It is a medicina fnr
the whole body. It forces out all the
germs oi disease, and replaces im
purities with rich, red blood.
TO Whom it BUT Concern; Nnllna
is hereby given that the copartner
ship heretofore exiating between
William Hoeft and Herman Detjens.
under the firm name of Hoeft &
Detjens, has been dissolved by mu
tual consent. The bualnaaa aaill k.
conducted by Mr. Detjens. who will
cuuect an uu is landing accounts and
Biiuiua au iiauiiiiies.
Rock Island. 111., Feb 1. 1897.
PUea! PUast Puaa.
Dr. Wllliami' Inritaa Piiofii.m..
will enre blind, bleeding, nicer at d
and itching piles. It absorbs tie
tumors, allays the itching at once.
acts as a poultioe, giving instant ra
it. it-j.i, r. ttj.
asr. yy U11BIDB inniaa Itla Hint.
ment la nrcmrad ml niina
and itching of the private parts, aad
u'"is wiao. .. every Dox is guaran
teed. Sold bv drncro-lata ne aaat K
mail for 60 cents aad $1 per box.
ear - ...
n luiiaa u i a. ijo.. Prune . rnowa-
land. Ohio. For sale by all drug-
As an honest remedy Foley 'sHonev
and Tar does not hold oat false
hones in ad ran ca A ataeraa hnt tanta.
fully claims to give comfort and re
lief ia the very worst eases, aad ia
tow oariy iia)rei va enact a Cur.
V ma a
The hardest work that women do is
work that requires the use of soap.
No woman should be satisfied
with anything but the very best
soap the soap that does the most
( clothes, saves
money and the
the strength of
the women who use it Santa Claus
Soap makes the women happier and
the home brighter. It affords double
the satisfaction that common soaps
give, yet costs no more.
Sold crerywhera. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANKS COMPANY, ChicafvX,
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Uboib The Direction Of (mahserun Kindt fcCa
Monday Evening, March 1.
A play that Is sure to please.
JAMES A. KERNE'S beauti
Direction of H. C MINER.
A fine company of players. Xntlra new scen
ery. Cnlqae reallatle aovelUea,
Price 35, SOe, 76c and SI. Seat on aal at
Fluke's Satarday. Teltpbone SO. Street eats
artar tne parfaraianea.
Rorlis Ocsra House,
rhursday Eveoing, March 4
The Drama of Thrills,"
The Fatal Card
With its Wealth of Massive Scenery,
Exciting Episodes, Startling
Effects, Powerful Cast. .
Prcaeoted in the ease magnificent nunner as
character nod :n prodnctlca la Sew York 2M
nlgnta. A complete oar load of Kanery carried.
Over SO people la tbecaat.
Price.- tl . T5c, BOc and Ste.
Bala of easts at Pink.' Taeatar moralna.
Telephona SO. Street eira to Bock lalaad after
Co! ona Sand
eSiwed buildlnj stone,
Athltr tnd trimmings
For eheapness. durability aad
beaaty azoallad by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eta Plans sent
as for estimates will reeeiTe
careful attention aad ba returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries IS miles from Book
lalaad oa tha tt. B. Q. B, R.
Trains Nos. ft and 10 will stop
aad lot Ttsitors off aad oa.
Drlatje stsne. com crib
t!Sw&s tsA fcsndttlcn
t tcne tay size desired.
- t it '
8am Dies of Stone aad Photos of
Balld'nga caa Im aeea at Room
Ho. IS, MltcaaU ft Lyada'sball
' tag. Addraaa: '
Arthur Burrmll, manager,
Rode Iilaod or Cblona. Ill
work and the
best work and
that does ' it
trlMl and well known Fire
anas Ckimpsailas tbe'toUowtng:
Bocbeater Geraiaa las Oa.
Wealcbeatar Pint "
BnAalo acrnam -.
.. aw Tata
..... . raoraa, aa
J M. DUFQOP,,
The old Firs aad TtBta-vrleal
Lcis Prcaptly Ptli
MkMBsy rallabai:cBB9aM ajaaa
Ctt fail Tin
Is here and yon will want
that timepiece cleaned and
pnt in shape so that yon caa
ba more punctual during tha
coming year. Oar facilities
for handling this work are
tha best. We make a special
. effort to do satisfactory work
aad wo seldom f aiL
All you need to do is drop
ns a postal and yoar clock
will he called for aad re
turned to yoa ia good order.
Wollman, the Jewth.
1805 Second Are
are the most fatal of all dis
eases. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money : refundad. Coo
talos remedies recotjalzed by
all eminent physicians as the
best for Kidney and Bladder
PRICE SOe aad SLC0.
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