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THE ABGUS, MONDAY. AUGDBT 16," 1897,
"Merit talks" t ho
intrinsic vsin. of
Merit In medicine means tho power to
" "ood'sSarsaparilla possesses actual
ami unequalled carative power and there
for It has true merit. When yon boy
Hood 'a Sarsapariira.and take it according
to directions, to purify your blood, or
euro any ot the many blood diseases, you
are morally certain to receive benefit.
The power to cure is there. Yon are not
trying an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
drive out tbe germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build up the whole system.
1" the best. In toot UwOtmlnielikNM? PnrtflT.
lT.-K.nMl only by C I. flood & Co.. Lowell, Mm
Hood's Pills lrVn,l.SK
7ANTFt HOARDKRS A NO ROOMERS
at l-Vn Third avenue: privilege of balo.
7 ANTEIV-nY A OOOO GERMAN CIRL
' a Doaitlon In nrlvata fnmilv. Annlv at
WATED-8AI.ERMAN: SALARY PAID
weenlv: experience unnecessary; perma
nent. Brow a Urua. Co., CLioaKO.
,TA"TKn-A riTKL f"011 GENERAL
housework. Mut tie a competent crxk.
Leave address directed to "U. W.,"this offlec.
WANTfJM moiW TO STORE IN CHEAP,
v clean and lixtat storage rnvm. Willi eie
Vator at l3 becood avenue. Johnny Junes.
WANTEI-A I.AROK HOOKCASE AND
library or office 1ek. Iioih second-bsei!
lint In Kood eonilnlon. I"rlee must be low.
Hend location, dcv rlpllua and price to "V.,"
WANTEI-TO RENT IfOt'SE OR UN-furnl.-he!
apartments, about live rooms,
lurnaoe. Lt water or steam: Kas and bath
room. Send location, description and terms
to "V.," this oilloe.
W A NTED-LA D V OR (5ENTLEM A N FOR
I trnierul traveling lxmllion lor whole-
stile bpI mnnuranturlnir firm: lio to ta per
vpt'i ami expenses. Ain ifi.w per luy for
nnler ilrpiirtmcnt. !M Sixteenth street, Hook
Inland. J. W. YoweU.
WANTED-I.ADY TO WORK AT HOME
who can furnish anod referenoe. This
I a steady poltln to the riKht party: no books
or canvassing-. We furnish work and teach
yon fr. Srrd 10 erma for sample and In
atruotlons. Paul M. Feat at Co., 1111 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa,
WANTED - LOCAL AND SPECIAL
T Burnt for the American Union Life In
sur.inee company of New York. Liberal aim
tracts mnde with men who can write Insur
ance. Our pollnle up tn-dnte and attractive.
Kor full particular wldress t'harles S. Clark,
reneral manager. Northwestern dopartment,
I7iv II i' inter builtUiur. ChloaKO, 111.
ANTTT-TO LOAN MONEY ON PI A
v? monds, watnhes. Jewelry, hardware,
snuslral instruments, blcveles. elotlilna, dry
auoda, furniture, ete. Ulirhert cash prices
pnlil for acoonil band goods of all kinds also.
The above food for sale at bait the usual
store prions. A 11 basineas transactions strictly
eonllilentlal. Ills new number and location,
If I Hnoood Avenue. Don's forget Ik J. W.
FOR UK NT
IiXJR RENT A rCRNISHED BRICK RES
Idenoe. elxht lame rooms; rest reasona
ble. Apply at iiv Fifth avenue.
"fclOR RENT FOt'R ROOM PLAT ON T WEN
X tirth street: $ 10 pr month. Apply to E.
II. Stafford, alasuale Temple block.
T-lOR RENT-nVE ROOM FLA TON TWEN
tletb street; modern Improvements; 3
perrnonty. Apply MS. II. btaflortt, alaaonle
XOR RENT A NICE FLAT; STEAM
-A heat and ass stove: suitable for llicbt
hoosrkpeptnir. In Industrial home building.
Apply toT. 11. Thomas,
LXR BALK TWO HOTELS. GORDON
L' Ik? w man.
IpOR SALE A HinoM COTTAGE: GOOD
conveniences and centrally located; easy
terms. Address p. M. J., A rocs office.
IIOR SALE A V ENCYCLOPEDIA BRI
JL' tannics bound in half seal as good as
new. Call at 241.' Seventh avenue. A bar
gain If taken at once.
IOST-A DARK RED WALLET CONTAIN
J Ing a V bill and some valuable papers.
Finder please return wallet and papers to
Keldy Bros, and keep the money.
tsid fiir vnn prVT a nnrsv r,u ,n
-F rooms at 1210 Third avenue; contains all
moo em improvements ana ia in gooa repair,
Apply 10I.U. Fraxer.
T nat'iinrw-H nw whitk irvr.
Xi eled. set with pearls, between Central
rnurcn ana intra avenue ana 1 wetitn street,
Kucday niirht. Ketuxn to ABOCs omoe and re
TTOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A GOOD
X' paying bakery business at I IW Third ave
nue. Owner wishes to engage In other bust
Bess. Will take real estate In exchange. Call
at aiove number (or particulars.
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ABSOLUTELY GUXRLTTEED ZZ7ZZZ7Z
Sis sa4 kmkl frs. A. STERLfsjO KBXEHI lO Chics
THE STA It SOLDIERY,
Camp of the Sixth Regiment
Opens at - 8pring- ;
HEW8 OF THE EODIIaH EITLE8.
arrie.i at sue risee Whrr.i Teats ara
Filched Some of the Boys Sidetracked
The Saacay Bill of rara-Tae Bock
Irlsnd and Mr line Companies Tordsnoet
Amcrg Those Who Ara Thtr.
Camp Lincoln, Springfield, Aug.
15 The Sixth regiment, accompo
ie l bj the regimental band of Sterl
ing arrived at 6:3'.) Saturday morn
ing, and after waiting at parade rest
until the batterj and artillery from
Chicago, Danville and Bloomington
vacated, went into quarters.
The entire membership of Com
pany A, of Kock Island, was present
at roll call with the exception of
three men who were sidetracked at
Fulton, and are expected today.
Company A and F, of Bock Island
and Moliae, tespsciively, are two of
the largest and best drilled com
panies in the regiment, and are re
ceiving the honor and applaase from
Despite the loog delay and conse
quent fatigae in getting comfortably
quartered, and although having been
without rest Friday night and hav
ing scarcely nothing to eat we
worked vigorously all day yesterday
and responded for drills in the after
noon and also in the evening. The
battalion drills were well executed
in the afternoon, and for two hours
the soldiers were kept busy obeying
stringent orders, and receiving pre
liminary instructions for the week's
At 6:45 p. m. the call for dress
parade was sounded and the men
responded willingly and not one
seemed disposed to shirk his task.
Ihe evening parade was received by
Col. D. Jack Foster, commander of
his post, and was reviewed by Col.
Culver, of the Fifth infantry. There
were but few spectators on the
grounds daring the evening, but the
fortunate few were delighted with
the showing made. Although this
was the first time these organiza
tions have drilled together, there
was not one hitch in the entire drill,
and mnch credit is due the entire
At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
religious services were conducted by
the chaplain of the regiment. Rev.
A. K. Morgan. The . service was
made the more Impressive by the
presence of the band, which rendered
a sacred concert.
Here is Harry W.Smythe's Sunday
bill of fare in camp:
Mock Turtle Soup, Celery and Olives,
Tenderloin Steak smothered in Mushroons,
Green Peas, Sliced Tomatoes,
Melons, Bananas, Cake.
In the inspeetion today by Col.
Foster and Capt. Swift, the Kock
Island boys received compliments on
the good order in which their equip
ments are sept, uorporai uoyne,
daring the inspection, was asked by
Capt. Swift why he didn't shave. He
said be was going to raise a beard,
and the captain told him he would
nave to raise it oa his own time if
he wanted one.
There are many improvements
since last year at Camp Lincoln. In
place of a large tent, which was for
merly used for band concerts and
dancing, they have built a large
handsome pavilion and made an ele
gant park and swimming pool for
tbe convenience 01 the soldiers.
Base ball and all kinds of athletir
sports are participated in.
Guard duty is the most unple
ant task to perform. Tbe boys
dread when their time comes.
form all kinds of plans to get
it. The first to set on fror
pany A were W ill Blener
Jensen, Corporal J. Broml'
Bennett. The boys did '
ing, but had to take their u.
About Oar Boyr.
Corporal Coyne was it 1-
pital yesterday, but rep y
(or duty. Private W. ,' as
came to camp with a br jr,
bat did not know it, am to
the hospital today. jm
mended for light duty.
The first batallion got
Companies E, F, I anr j the
rifle range today. Tf 1 get
ting down to buslnes
Cox's eye and FiU bayo
net scabbard had Now
Cox's eye ia sick.
Christenson, E. J r Cox
and C. Case are .tail for
guard duty today
Sergeant Larsor lis appe
tite. Elmo forgot day. He
was too busy r a 10-tLeet
Frank Taylo ,and, S. S:
Hull, John Da; f Baker and
Mts an the Seal LaseJ
family were visitors and took dinner I
with Company A today.
KEPT THE SECRET WELL.
Korena Doyls aad allss AaaleOavey Xfar-
rtod Last April.
The announcement was made to
day of the marriage of Engene Doyle,
ot this city, and Miss Annie Davey, of
Moans, which the yonne people
claim occurred April 12, last. This
will be a pleasant surprise to the
many friends of the conpie, who
must be given credit for guardirjg
their secret well.
Mr. Doyle and Miss Davey left Bock
Island on a Saturday evening and
returned the following Tuesday, the
knot being tied by a clergyman of a
neighboring county seat. He came
back to his home and she to hers,
each furnishing a satisfactory explan
ation for their absence. They made a
confidant of no one, they say, not
being prepared for housekeeping at
the time, and agreeing to keep the
affair dark until snch time as they
felt ready to announce it.
The groom is the popular barber
at W. A. Corcoran's parlor on Second
avenue. He has a wide circle of
friends, as has his bride, and all will
join in wishing them although it
is a little late a lorg and prosper
Services over the remains of Mrs.
W. L. Ludolph were held at the
Broadway Presbyterian church at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev.
w. . Marquis officiated. Hymns
were tuns by the choir. There was
a large numoer of relatives and sor
rowing friends at the church. The
bier was clustered with flowers, there
being numerous beautiful designs.
Interment was made at Chlppian
nock, the pallbearers being J. J.
Boach, E. E. Lawyer, Louis Brook
man and George Kerns, of this city,
and Judson Metzgar and J. T. Pen
rose, of Moline.
The funeral of Miss Grace Hayes,
of South Heights, was held at 2
o'clock yesterday afternon from
Trinity church, services being con
ducted by Rev. R. F. Sweet, and a
large number of frieuds attending.
The floral gifts were beautiful. The
remains were laid at rest in Chip
piannock. Ol 8rltUr.
The executive committee of the
Rock Island County O.d Settlers' as.
sociation at a meetino- Saturday af
ternoon arranged th following pro
gram 1 or me annual picnic to De
held at Black Hawk Watch Tower
Auir. 27. hpo-inninc at 10 a m
Prayer, by Rev. H. C. Marshall;
reauing 01 minutes 01 last meeting;
reception of new members and pay
ment of dues; address of weloome,
E. E. Parmenter. of Rock Island; re
sponse, Dr. A. M. Beal. of Moline;
election of officers; recess for dinner;
general business of the association;
reports ot officers; reports of deaths;
unfinished business; new business;
valedictorv of retirlno- nrnairinnt-
j - r. r - t
inangural of new president; address
07 tion. ai. r. nana, 01 uamDridge;
voluntary speeches, closing with
Auld Lang Syne.
John H. Wining, of Carbon Cliff,
aged 47, was Hjudged insane in the
county court "day afternoon by
a jury comr J. R. Hollow.
bush. W. r G. T. Mas-
lin, Geor' O. M. Grotjan
and Ben The patient was
taken -iiie by Uepnty
Sberi' tng has ene daugh
ter a - His wife died last
Ser e which time he has
gr me more melancholy.
Y t worry greatly over his
nth ago he took Paris
. suicidal intent
1 it that one man is old and
i at 45, and another hale and
at 80? It depends on the care
ces 01 bimseii. uiten a man's
j gets out of repair the trouble
jws until it lays him out in bed.
henever a man feels that he is not
as well as he ought to be, whenever
he is listless, without energy and
without vitality, wnenever he finds
that he is losing weight and that his
ordinary work gives him undue
fatigue, he needs Dr. t ierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. If he keeps on
working with his liver inactive and
his blood impure he keeps his
nerves ana ms ooay unaer a con
stant nervous . strain. He will not
be henrty when he is old. The "Gol
den Medical Discovery" cures many
so-oaiiea aiseases Because nearly all
illness springs from the same thing
naa aigestion ana consequent im
pare blood. The '-Discovery" makes
the appetite good, the digestion
strong, assimilation easy, and the
Diooa ricn ana pure.
A H hold Ksuessllf.
C as carets Candy Cathartic the
most wonderful medical discovery ot
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colas, care headache.
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. today; 10, 26. 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to care by all
T Cunsuasptli as.
As an honeat remedy, Foley's
Honev and Tar does not hold oat
false hopes in advanced stages, but
truthfully claims to give comfort and
relief in the very worst cases, and in
tne early atagee to enact a cure.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsea and T. H.
Henry Sehrace .......Rock Island
Miss Mary Klekbuaoh. Book Island
Albert N. Tee Davenport
atlas AJveaa W. Laeahasea. .DavespoTt
Continued from Third Pace.
recting an apparent misunderstand
ing as to the cause of failure of my
train 10 leave r uiton as promptly as
we all wished with the records from
the Woodmen office on the evening
of Ang. 13, 1 would like to explain
that we arrived at Falton at &:58 p.
m; that the regular passenger train
south is due to leave Falton at 6:10
p. m., and that I had obtained or
ders and was ready to leave Falteu
mmediateiv af ;er this train, no. 60,
had no obstruction prevented. The
displaced rail which prevented our
departure also prevented the depart
ure of the regular, Ho. 60, and of
whioh my train was the secoud sec
tion. The regnlar, No. 60, was only
permitted to go after considerable
parley by the replacement of the
rail. My train could not pasa over
this rail at the same instant the hrst
section did and consequently the rail
was again removed the moment the
first section passed, and engine No.
lots was ran out and derailed at the
point where the rail was taken op.
completely blocking the main track
south. My object is to explain that
there was no delay in .getting
orders to return to Roek Island, and
that I was all ready to go, with the
necessary orders In my possession
when informed that the train was
ready to go. What delay occurred
in connection with getting orders oc
curred after I had been importuned
oy some of our people to go north
upon the C, B. & N. road, which
runs north from. Falton, and where
I had no authority to go, and where
no arrnngemennts had been made to
go. Any delay in moving in that
direction should not be charged
against myself or my company. All
talk that I was not attending to my
duty or interested in getting my
train oat is untrue and unkind, as I
can easily prove that I was ready
and held orders to Rock Island when
told that my people were ready to go,
and all that prevented our going was
the impassable obstruotions which
the people of Fulton interposed, and
wnica my small force was unable to
contend against, oar unarmed party
oeing a mere nanaiui opposea to a
mob of several thousand people.
A. r . BARBEtt Conductor.
Supt. of Illinois Lines Rice and
Division Supt. Besler, of tbe C , B A
y., were in tbe city today. Mr.
Rice, in speaking of the blame at-
tacbea to the road in oonneotisn
with not moving from Fulton
promptly, st.id that from what he
could learn on investigation the
train was completely balked before
it was possible to move it. As far
aa depredations of the Fulton people
were concerned, he said that matter
would receive attention, but that he
felt that no blame could be attached
to the delay, which he asserted was
Kotes of Uto Fray.
Alfred P. Dauber, ion of Aid. Dau
ber, was shot in the forehead. His
wound is slight, however.
d. L,. urananouser was bit with a
brick in the side of the head and re.
ceived quite a severe scalp wound.
inere were many of the Book Isl
anders injored who did not feel the
effects thereof until they r-aehed
Director J. W. White arrived from
Roek Falls after the others had de
parted for Fulton, and remained in
the city until this afternoon.
btreet Commissioner H. L. Kinner
was relieved of his gold watch by
the deputies who searched the visi
tors under the direction of Sheriff C
C. Fuller. Others of the Rock Isl
anders had their pocket knives and
Dr. J. T. Myers, one of the leaders.
who distinguished himself not only
in protecting himself, but in render
ing assistance to his fellow towns
men, was severely braised about the
body from bricks. A bullet also
went through his cuff and graied his
Police Magistrate Edmund Jackson
and A. C Williamson, of Falton.
were in the city yesterday, and dur
ing the afternoon they went to Dav
enport. They did not make known
their mission, but it is understood
they were looking for additional
counsel. They will need all there is
in the country if they fight it out
witn tun nooameu.
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles If not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
female Complaints, exerting a won
derfal direct influence in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
yon have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, neaaacne, iainung spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells,
Electric Bitters if the medicine yon
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by its use. Large bottles
only 60c at Harts A Ullemeyer's
Kzearrtesi to ladtaa epelte
via the Burlington. C. B. ft Q. rail
road, on account of the Y. P. C. U.
eonvention. Chair ear with Rock
Island party leaves Rock Island at 7
o'clock a. m., Ang. 18, and at Mon
mouth is attached to a special train
from Burlington, running throagh
via Peoria and the Big Four. Fare
for round trip. 8 90. Tickets good
returning until Sept. 12. and will
also be accepted on regnlar trains.
A good party has already been se
eared. For information apply to H.
D. Mack. D. P. A. or M. J. Young,
BFOS ON THE RIVER WORK.
sTaaaktr Oyisil at ehst Eesl aswri
Mm ertaewr OSaee.
Of the 62 bida submitted for sev
eral of the river improvements con
templated for thla season oa the
jpper Mississippi and opened Satur
day afternoon by Lieut. Charles Kel
ler, at the government engineer
office, the following were the lowest,
and will be recommended for ap
proval to the chief engineer at Wash
ington: Fetter at Crosby, La Crosse. Wis ,
dams and shore protection, near
Mlnneiska. $31,000; Albert KIrchner,
Fountain City. Wis., dams and shorn
protection, between Prairie dn Chien
and Duboqoe. $24.6)0: Gesrge W.
Farley ft Co , Dubnque. dams and
snore protection, between Duboqae
and Le Claire, $26,600; Patterson
Bros., Keokok, dams and shore pro
tection, between Rock Island and
Keithsbarg. $39,000; Albert Kirch
ner. Fountain City, Wis., dams aad
shor protection, between Keokuk
aad Qaiacy, $30.000; C. H. Appleton,
Ciaincy, dredging, at Dubmiue. $30.-
000; A. J. Whitney, Rock Island,
dredging, at Mascatine. $16,000; Mc
Donnell e Kennedy, Fargo, S. D.,
construction of levees between Flint
Creek and the Iowa river, $65,000.
CHURCH TO CELEBRATE.
L bur Day Aieriim tm Be 11-11 eat Zless
Grace Lutheran church, Edgewood
Park, of which Rev. J. L. Murphy is
pastor, has decided to conduct a labor
celebration this year in order that
the religions as well as the capitalis
tic and labor sides of a momentous
issue may have consideration. Zion
Hili. in Augustana college
grounds, . has been secured
and ' there a picnlo will be
held. It the weather is unfavor
able the exercises will be held In tbe
college chapel and halls. The ladies
of the church are to serve dinner
and the subject of labor will then be
taken np in short, intelligent and in
structive addresses. P. W. Wilcox,
of Mendota, a carpenter by trade.
win present the question from the
standpoint of labor. F. G. Allen, ot
Moline, secretary of the Molina Plow
works, has consented to present the
mannfacturer's side. Rev. William
H. Blancke. of Davenport, pastor of
St. Paul's English Lntheraa charoh.
will present the subject from the
stand paint of the bible. The Svea
Male ohorns, of Moline, will tarnish
Think This Over
Before deciding upon which school
to attend next winter. If yon at
tend Angnstana Business college you
are entitled to any study in the col
lege, preparatory or normal depart
mentd without extra charge. Sup
pose yon wish to study German, his
tory, natural science, mathematics or
drawing; it won't cost yon anything
extra. It you attend Angnstana Bus
iness college yon are in fact attend
ing college. You have free access to
any ot the societies, to the library, to
the museum, and to the gymnasium.
You come in contact with upward of
500 students from all over the United
States. When yon graduate von
become a member of the Alumni as
sociation of a large and powerful in
stitution. Compared with any in
stitution west of Chicago, of equal
standing, yon will find the terms ot
the college among the most reason
able. Circulars free. Address Dr.
O. Olsson, Augustana college. Rock
edtee Cm Wear Shave
One sise smaller after using Allen's
foot-case, a powder to be shaken
into the shoes. It makes tight or
new shoes feel easy; gives instant
relief to corns and bunions. It'a the
greatest com fort discovery of the age.
Cares and prevents swollen feet.
blisters, callous and sore spots.
Alien's coot-base ia a certain core
for sweating, hot aching feet. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 25
cents, lrial package free by mail.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, La Roy,
M X. .,
Ftlaal PU1 PU.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will care blind, bleed ins1, ulcerated
and itching piles. It absorb the
tumors, aiiays tne itching at onoe,
acts as a poultioe, giving instant re
lief. Dr. WliliamsrIndian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
ana itcning 01 too private parts, ana
not hie g else. Everv bos is asnaran-
teed. Sold by druggists or sent by
mall for 60 cents acd$l per box.
Williams M'r'o. Co.. Prone . mv-
land, Ohio. For aala by all drng-
There are 82 allusions in tbe Bible to
the east wind, 19 of them being of a
Tor Infanta aad C-ildraa.
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TV. O. sB
H0LBR00K t AND
S'la saw ajaaasat. sals awS t
slut, toawt aaWBaa. B1.SB.
For sale by A. J. Retsa. Druggist.
Arn u sc rxi cri t s.
Lot on Twelfth street be
tween Fifth and Sixth Avea.
Two Shows rally, Sain or Shin
SIPE, DOLMAN ft BLAKE'S
Largest and best equipped
trained animal exhibition
ever placed before the pub
lic, preaenting more new.
novel and original feats
than any other similar ex
hibition on earth.
122 latelligentDogs 122
53 Educated Pomes 58
27-Performlng llonkey s-27
Popular Prices Children 10
cents. Adults 20 cent. Af
ternoons at S. Nights 6:80.
pTugene J, Ourno
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company, repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
can afford. -
Tonr Patrons- la SoUdtad.
Offioo 180, BsMoad At. K
Harper Hoiss Blook.
The great lease
Cj tot nervosa
ail aerroua die
eases of tee eeav
ot ettber sea.
V v r tgm ease Nervosa
r"X r Prnllrilln.
a wm iw in Umbo. trail i- w taw
Manhood, lmpoteaor. Nightly Emlastona.Youtk
tol Errors. Mental Worry, eaeeaaisw ewe of To
oaceoorOpi am. which lea soOmstnrttioB aa4
iuuuiy. w iu every ss oraer we rive a am
te ruarantee to etua or rrfnnd tbe sneswe
at 9 1. ft pat boa. hoses lor tM.. est
Win -iwmi. rasam,
are the most fatal cf all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CIIDP
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money rerunaea. con
Lai as remedies rcctmxlrra
by all eminent physicians
as ine oesi lor Kianey end
Price 50c mmd
teaiswat.". ssnssaa. -
Real Estate :
Where to Buy?
Where all New Designs are?
Where the Largest Stock is?
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