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THE ABGTO. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21 ,897,
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Berauss I b Nn.ut'v
ll a, a IN
BccatM It b act mlt ry the so-aZti Duuh rrocm ta
whkh cbcmio art used.
Bnw boas of tf (nest oTity arc vmX
Brausc I b rV ty t nvVd wtivb fttsma utftnrnirtd
th ttuis.U Mural taw and odor of the tons.
BrouM ft b the oust tcooontol, costing lea than one cmt
Monday, Dec. 20
2S -PEOPLE -23
A ei laatniBt ew eaaiplete la .ry
VieiU BraM Baad sad FtU Orakra.
V4ay a eM th. wtK )ml to the
trt Dm m the ci-y taa sedr
repalst Mces m, aad e. Udlee rrvs
aday aiaht aaly If 14 MiM
a ttel. hM aa ) ai Bleaer's Jewelry
Mura. Csana of !a altfMly.
Owe Th Outf ctnm Or (aafcstsua Akot k(a
Ooe 9h Oel.
Wednesday, Dec. 22.
Pretesting fur the Crt
Tess of ffte
) MiMf P4lert, fnwB TVmbvi
karlf amw. (i rril hv Her
rr Rmtbefe.) with kr M;,
J hB Jar.
Becy E. Barter,
FVb ' ant ana at aae
lkOTtnt vielrtrd k the TBvatras
Bcrtis C;:ri K:i$i.
WATinti aid mo nr.
KICK A HARRIS, Prase a I Ike Favor
THE VIOOW JIMS."
1 t. c bmwi tat 'a,
llaraaaki Mama Waara. ta4
kMt at rhmw tneias Miaaaaiaa'
t,', Sr't",'ti. ilwH' ia t
Aa4 , Irala'a
frtli rv.sr.aair taattralaat Tuaa't
Th pro(rtalT pkjtktaa) la
rardi draft aad amptojt ta lava cf
atara aad aatara'a prod acta. Taaa
aalara nakaa carta aftar aiL It la
traa taat at tiaaca ado fM lata a
tiga! piact aad aaada kalplair aak
Sowathtajt It aeatlcd to rkack tkc
diaaaaa aal atari tha at item la tka
rttfkt dlraoUom toward kaaltk. Orad
nail? II la bacnaala rcct-aiiad tkal
In tha jaioo af tka trrap aalara kaa
ICiraa aa a tUmuIaat aad toai Ikat
will atraartkaa aad raaaw all waatad
torcca. kaa Ufa aaama b2aa aad
atUtaaea a kardaa. doa'l taka draft,
bat takt aomatklajf ikal will
rtrrnftkaa tka aarvaa aad aiaka
rich blood. Saab arc ear bottle ripe
wlaaa wkkb wa waat la latrodaee la
aerj aoaaakold. eoafidcat tkal a
trit will aaoare a pcrmaaaat place la
Ike family madlclae ekaat. We
naote Port, Cataw ba. Skerry, Maecet,
Aairalica, at S3 eeata per bottle,
wkicb l lata tkaa kali tke aiaal
trie. We are alao cole egtata for
lark'a Pare Rje. bottled la bead
uadr aaparialo of tka Called
Statee lataraal BcTeaae Urrartaaat
wklcb Kaaraataaa ita aga, poriij aad
atranctk, juice ft.S) par fall qaarl
Faailr Unaor Store. KCe Talrd
traaaa. Upaa ataalaga.
I fry WALTER
; Most Everyone J
1UI lb tanr! and brat a
nnawM ( doUOaj Caadiea
r kp( at 0
, ffltitl Pilttl tl Scuts J
la aeMMo t ar Uatooa I1m
f C1IOOOLATC9 aad BON
BUXS aawkart In IhA aanti m.
T qWta I
qWta boxaa for Cnrtrtakas
iTaacnta. w 4Utaae ail of
v caaaptutats oa pra cao
dtca. aea aa oar earn
M?miaaB1r' "i,'U' pcr 5g
Craaai aa4 amlaiaa lSj. aulatl IOm at
aara, aat aeuad MM. IwB
laaat aaadr. autatiy aura, par Qfi J
Oaai aruaa. atrtoti aara, aar Ca 4
Datlafeapa. atrloll aara. Mr in. a
An4 all boaac-aaad caitdiea,
. t .
oaviavir para ana inan erwy .
Oar. at Um faax low Micrs.
un.li. n. m . 4
wniiw ruace 01 dweeis, 4
CA5DT KIWCS. Beafntoa Dloek,
329 Twentieth St.
Mlaaeaoto rataat Flour, war.
raaled, paraack fl.30
OraaalaleU Sugr. 19 poaada... 1.00
Backwkaat, New York, per sack 2to
ary ueaaa, aaaa picked, a
Scotck peaa, qaarta Sic
Cora etareb, par package 6o
Starck Gloaa, S-poaad box 15o
Kolled Oata. 10 poaada 25c
Crackers, coda, a ponad 6c
Giaffcr Saape, a ponad 6c
Slaw lllaea Meat, a package... 6e
Dalaa. a ponad package 6o
Praaee, hewCaliforaia, a poand
Ce. "c, e aad 10c
Ralalac. aew, a poand 8c
Pie Pcecbee, 1-poaad cana, 3
Red Cherries, 4 eaaa 25c
Cora, 4 caaa 25c
Toaietoee, aew, 3 aaaa 25c
Saleaca, 1-poaad caaa 10c
neaiea, median, a (aiioa 25o
Plcklaa, Gbarkiaa, a (allot 30c
Rock lelaad Soap, 10 bare 25c
Fc Noodlae. 2 pack are a 6c
PaU JeUj, 16 poaada 35e
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
menu of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
IJovcltitw of all Kinds
Suitabb for Presents,
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is
.worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Wollman, lie Jowcler.
"The Klae of KloBdlka" waa rlren
laat aight aa the opealna; bill of the
Sealer Paytoa Comedy company.
warea la oooaaa ior a weea at uar
per'a theatre. The company rare
tatiaf action. There will be ao per
form an ee thla eraniag, oa acooant of
the BuraeWUherton wreitlinr match.
-Vw a . . . . . 07
ui Minnie Aiaaaera Hake, who
oomea la the Bnrtia tomorrow
arening. the Brooklyn Eagle aaya:
There can be ao qaaatioa that aha
kaa achieved that moat difficult re
quirement of Hardt'e anbtitle 'A
para womaa faithfully Dortrared.'
aad that aha haa preaented a banian,
loring. aaffaria Teaa with aingnlar
and Uagio Tividaesa. The play held
tne tnteate latereat of the large an
dieaca down to the laat act. Car
taialy there are only two or three
actreeeee all re who could play Teae
aa Minnie Madden Flake playa her,
and the mounting and acting are
artiiUo in the higheet degree. The
wnoie cut haa been rebearaed into
the very atmoaphere of Hardy'a
Tbe apeclal Chrittmaa attraction
at the Bartia will be the aoDearanoe
of Flo Irwin in the role of John J.
McXaUy'e fnnnieet comedy. The
Widow Jonea." There will be mat
inee and etening performances.
A ataral Bataatakatr.
While Hon. R T. rM
anted the old Elerenth dietiictin
conrreaa. WaihiDfton dintrhia fr.
quently chronicled acme cumptuouc
t l ml B 1 I. L I . .
aiau.ii bj uim, ana anorwj
afur hie adrent at the capital he had
repuia.ion 01 oeing a royal en
tertainer. There waa no more pop
alar member of the bona than Mr.
Cable, and there waa general regret
in Washington when he refaaed to
land for reelection. Congrenman
AmOB J. Cammincra. nt Kaa VnrV
In a apicy syndicate letter recalling
ana ici.iTi.iaa ox tne pas ai nasn-
.DgioD, nee his to aay oi nir. uabie:
..a m . . ...
-A magnincent entertainer waa
Ben Cable, cf Illlnnla. Ha hA a
bouse filled with rare old missals and
brick-a-brac, and a cellar where gen
uine royal Johannesbureer 1st in
sweet repose. It was served at the
proper course, and the sparkling
eyes and glib tonguea of his guests
told how much it was appreciated.
Choice spirits sat at his table, and
the Quaintest of reminiiMna
abounded. Sherman, Hoar and
George Fred Williams were his col
leagues in concrete, and were always
-Tc.i-viuo gueais at nia nouse. iioar
waa an nneaoAltiMl nmaanp ant K.
dilettantelsm of George Fred had
mil piay. vaoie waa a great favor
ite With tha Waihincrtnn
ents. the choicest of whom hricht.
a a a a, a a . a . . O
enca nis taoie witn tneir presence."
There were 10 lolsrera at head
quartera last night.
oeverai oova err ei tea snnda
a- a a .
night by Offioer Coyne for sleeping
ib b laocc laiana reorta caboose
were released yesterday after reoeiv
inr a aevere lectnrinv.
Chief Pender la in reoaint of a lt-
ter from Officer John Uaman, who
la wintering at Colorado 8pringa for
ids oeneni oi nia naaiin. Ha ta rnnm.
lair at the 8orin.ra with Fred Sehmiil.
of thia city, who ia alao recuperating
mere. air. tinman sends regards to
bia oolleaeues on the fares. Ha aaaa
the weather ia about aa changeable
mere aa nere. tie expects to be
greatly Improved by spring, and all
his Bock Island friends will join in
at. I a a . a aa. a
toe nope mat aucn wiu be tbe case.
oKMrthii.c To llaow,
It mav be worth aomAthinir tr
k nnc t Sat tha vara? haat nlnlu ...
" -' - www .w , w.. IMWIVIU, 1U1
restoring the tired out nervous aye-
a a O. l.a . a ana
ia b nemitny vigor ia juec.r:c
tftttera. This medicine ia nnreit
vegetable, acta by giving tone to the
ucrTB centers in tne aiomacn, gently
ftimulatea tha Liver and Kirfn-a
and aid a these organs in throwing off
iiupuriues in tne oiooa. electric
Bitters imorovea tha annatit. aida
digpstion, and ia pronounced hr
a a a a a -
moie wno nave mea it aa tne very
best blood Dnrificr ond nnrva tnnir.
Trv it. Sold for KG eanta or tl nat
ft ... i . . . . .... . .
noma at xiani b uuemeycr a cruj
Try Allaa'a raa.
A powder to be abakea into the
shoes. At this acaaon your feet feel
swollen and hot, and ret tired eas
ily. If yon have amartlng feet or
tight ahoea, try Allen'a Foot-Ease.
It cools the feet and makes walking
easy. Cures and prevents awoolen
and sweating feet. bUstcra an' cal
lous spots. Believes corns anc. bun
ions of all oain and crivea real and
comfort. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe atoraa for 25
eanta. Trial peckagea Free. Ad
dress Allen S Olmsted, Le Roy,
Caacarata Candv Cathartic.
most wonderf al medical dlacovery
tha aire. Dleasant and rafreahlni
the taste, act rentlv and noaitive!
ob tne Doweia, cicanaing tne enure
system, aispei coias, enre neaaacne,
fever, habitual constipation and
iousaesa. Please buy and try a
of C C. C. today; 10. 25, 60 eeata.
Sold and guaranteed to eure by
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is
pleasant to take, positively harmless
to tbe most delicate constitution.
and absolutely aure to cure the moat
obstinate cough or cold. A house
hold boon. Soil by Marshall
Hynaa sella akatea.
Lee's Little Gem lathe beat broom.
Fancy tall brass lam pa only 11.90
When in need of a tinner call on
H. T. Siemon, 1316 Third avenue.
Skates hollow ground accurately
at Koch's, 218 Seventeenth atreet.
Leave yonr orders for Christmas
game or poultry at Lyona & Young's.
A specialty in conches and music
cabinets at Clemann & Salzmann'a.
ThePeaa.ee perfect fit tin? 12.50
ahoea wear like iron. They're atjl
ish looking, too.
In shopping don't miss Bleuer
Bros. A large line of pretty novel
ties to select from.
Leave vonr orders for tsonltr at
Hess Bros'. They can supply you
with any alee yon wish.
Silk suspenders, silk hose, silk
nfflere. and umbrellas can be found
in all trrades at Stewart's, the hatur.
Thia snow ia last the .thin? for tha
holidays, but a little mora of it
wouia not be unreasonable or unwel-
Mrs. J. Paul Doffin arrived from
Morrison vesterdav to enend. Chriat.
mas with her parenta, Mr. and Mra.
ireu v arren.
This ia the time of vear when tha
wise ahopper keeps a close eye on
the newspapera. The merchant who
wants you to anow ne ia on earth in
forma yon through thia medium.
Bock Island's ahon windowa nnvnr
looked brighter or more attractive
tnan mis year lor tne Holiday sea
son. The business men of Rock Isl
and are up with the times always.
The familv of tha late John H
Callahan desire to onbliolv acknowl
edge their eincere gratitude for the
many ainanesses snown oy thought
ful friends during their late bereave-
If yon care to know all about the
price of gentlemen's slippers you will
make it a point to call at the M. &
n. mere ia a slip in the slipper
price, in fact, It is a regular tobog
Calendars, booklets. Christmas
cards, scrap books, atlases, diction
aries, Japanese goods, games, leath
er novelties, pocketbooks. bibles.
prayer books, and hundreds of other
acceptable guts at Crampton's. ,
A genuine bargain a one connd
box of French chooolatea and ban
bons, only 25 cents. Compare it
with those candies bearine hltrh-
sounding names at 40 and 80 cents
per pound. Tho White Palace of
Mra. Frank Harrinirtnn i i rhi
Cairo attending tha fnnaral nf hor
i. .V a.:,. ...
urukuor, muton iving, wno aiea at
nia oome on ingieslde avenue, Satur-
daV. lie Waa a traveling aalpaman
tur iwi t lu.uriai ranting company
Charles Schmidt, of Damn
ycara of age, was reprimanded by his
emnlove. Fritz Postal, a whnlaaala
liquor dealer there, for being late
. . . . .. " .
wucu ua went to wors tcis morning.
Schmidt therefore went to the cellar
ana blew out his brains.
Thomas E. Dauphert and mi.
urisaiDa mill n ltb. ni i.aipannrep mti
wUBcpu ii. juomt ana aiiss uoliy M
U...J.. mn-i- . i .
uftiwucu. ui iiuia. wnra ana nnn.i.
Data in two weddinira whirh ra
aolemnized vesterdav bv Justice
fft J It -Aft.. A
nawoj at nis cnice.
The storm drain caaa haa inter.
fered with the matrimonial arrantm.
menta of a couple residing in the
upper ena oi tne countv. whose wed
ding waa to have been a holiday
event, but which has been postponed
until the trial is at an end. tha
young man being one of the jurors.
Frank Ellston. of Chicago, a
senger car porter on the Rock Island
road, while stepping on a car at the
depot In this city early this morning
struct nis ngnt Knee cap with such
force aa to split it. lie was taken to
St. Anthony'a hospital in the ambu
f . n .
innce ana in. a. u. riummer admin
ietered to the injuries.
The Muscatine Nowa.Trihn nn nan
, ... . .. . - " rJ-
a apicnam trioute to the late S3,
iciti. oi taat cut. iainer or Mra. w
B. Mclntrre. of this citv. alludincr tn
him as sunny tempered and good na-
a M V a a a . . .
tureu, upngnt ana nonest in nis
dealings, lie waa in hla fioth wear.
and had resided in Muscatine aince
Buy your Xmas cakes, nies. n'.nm
puddinga and home-mado candies at
a - I " K
the sale to be given by. the ladies of
Trinity church Thursday. Dec. ss. at
Woody att'a music store on Twentieth
. . . , , . . . .
aaiack, irom iv tv m. to a p. m. All
plotures left over from the recent
sale will go at a uniform price of 15
.ems, also aitcneu aprons ior sale.
There are linea of ieweirv and
jewelry lines, but for a rich assort.
ment of handsome novelties there
none superior to that on diania
Woltman's. Ilia cases are studded
with a beautiful array of everythin
that ia up to date, and nn
certain of finding something to strike
vuur lancj ior an appropriate gilt.
One entire line of small watches has
been sold out. but another lot will
on display tomorrow. Drop in a
aeethe swellest line shown here-
A a1iaa Cala
is an all-embracing cause of disease
It ologa the lunes with mum it
strains and breaks down the luntr
a-.. arv nn a D
usaues. ur. oeus'j rinc-Tsr.Honey
ia an aniauing cure Ior coughs and
colds. It rebuilds the tisanes and
gives strength to the lunrs bv antv
plying the blood with fat forming
MRS. OHLWEiLER'S DEATH
Wll Kaawa Lady raaaaa Away ACSar a
After a year'a illness, durin?
which she had Buffered from a com
plication of ills, Mra. John Ohlweiler
passed into the peaceful sleep of
death at her home, 1108 Fourth ave
nue, at 2:45 this morning. While
during the long period of sickness,
her chief affliction had been dropsy
and liver troubles, erysipelas was
the direct cause of her demise. The
maiden name of the deceased was
Annie Ehlers, and she was born at
Eutin, Holstein, Germany. Sept. 4,
1840. in kock island uct. 23, 1867,
she waa joined in marriage to John
Ohlweiler, and she haa been hia de
voted wife and companion during
the 20 years that have followed their
happy union. The bereaved hus
band and an adopted daughter, Mra.
Marvin Beardsley, are left to mourn.
The funeral will be held from Mr.
Ohlweiler'a home on Fourth avenue
at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
t uneral services for Peter Brady
were held at 9 o'clock thia morning
at St. Joseph's church, where a large
number of friends assembled to pay
final tribute to the deceased. Re
quiem mass was celebrated by Rev.
Father Thomas Mackln. The mem
bers of Noble lodge No. 1. A. O. U.
w., cf which Mr. Brady was a mem
ber, attended in a body, and accom
panied the remains to Calvary
cemetery. Rev. Mackin also offi
ciated at the grave, after which
the Workmen held their ser
vices. The pallbearers were:
James McQuaid, Joseph Lewis, M.
v. Arotier, J.J. Kanue, lra Peck
and John Williams.
Earnest, the 7-months-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Raithel, who
reside on Elm street south cf the
city, died at St. Anthony's hospital
at 1U:10 last night under sad circum
stances. The child had been a suf
ferer from a serious bowel trouble,
the only relief from which, in order
to prolong life at all, was in a sur
gical operation. This Drs. Carter
and Bernhardt performed at S o'olock
yesterday afternoon, and the little
one rallied nicely from the operation
but toward night a relapse ocourred,
resulting in death just aa the fond
parenta were beginning to hope that
the previous fears they had enter
tainea would be alia j el.
Officers were elected last evening
oy the civic organization oi Company
a., i. . m., as loiiows:
President L. M. Hemenway.
Vice Presidents C. H. McKlnBtry
ana ivi uanavm.
Secretary W. H. Cline.
Treasurer William McConoohie,
Directors George W. Flood, Al
near, fed uunavin and Al Diedrich
Rock Island lodge No. 35, Mystic
Workers of the World, eleoted officers
as follows last evening:
Master J. J. Ingram
Vice Master William Dunker.
Secretary C. C. Davis.
Banker George L. Schmid.
Attorney F. H. Kelly.
Conductor G. A. Bcrgsten.
Physicians Drs. E. M. Sala and
Joseph Do Silva.
sentinel ii. c. Beeves.
Picket H. L. Coyne.
Managers Herman Detjens, H. A.
jucuonaid, Alary uiam.
nock island court oi Honor No.
31 elected these officers last night:
unanceiior J. K. Larkln.
Vioe Chancellor Mra. S. J. Nor'
Chaplain Mrs. Alice Rogers.
Recorder W. V. Stafford.
Treasurer C. H. Wirt
Conductor F. O. Canedy.
Guard George Simmon.
Sentinel P. Beselin.
Director W. P. Cochran.
Organist Mary S. Dewey.
Medical Director Dr. J. F.
Delegates to Supreme Court Dr.
J. r. Myers. J. H. Kerr, J. E. Larkin,
W. v. Stafford; alternates, B. F.
Knox. George McCaskrin, Hans Paul
sen, W. H. Schillinger.
Tarrlbla Voleaala atrapttaW
Mount Popoeatapoti in Mexico, a Tolcano
which waa anppoaed ta ha extinct, haa broken
out again with tenfold violence. Villages in the
vicinity have been utterly destroyed, and thous
and of lives annihilated. There have been no
direct advices from the city of Mexico, bat prl
vste telegrams intimate that tho government is
taking active raeaaurea for the relief of families
mule destitute by the appallinc catastiaphe
Cataclysms of this .ort remind as of eruptions of
that atrocious endemic msltrial fever, curable
by Hostettar's Stomach Bitters. Though not In
sunUotougly destructive of human life, never
theleas malaria destroys the constitution of
hosts of peocle. For this malady the Bitters la a
thorough remedy and sura preventive. Kiper
leece has proved this wherever malaria ia most
virulent in Mexlcs, ou the Pacific coast of Gnat
emala, in the Wen Indies and Soath America.
Nor Is it lass efficacious in cares of constipation,
liver complaint, dyspepsia, kidney and bladder
trouble, rheumatism, nervousness and nea
Holiday Exeaxsloa Batas.
Dec. 24. 25 and 31 and Jan. 1, the
C, E. I. & P. railway will sell round
trip tickets to all stations within
radioua of 200 miles at one and one
third fare. Return limit Jan. 4. To
students and teachers, on presents
tion of proper credentials, these
tickets will also be sold Dec. 23, re
turn limit Jan. 11.
The person who disturbed the con
gregatloa last Sunday by coughing
ia requested to call on T. H. Thomaa
ano iret a pome 01 oieye Honey
ana iar, wnicn always givea reiiel.
Cescarttts aUrjaiata aver, kidneys
and b.jwaia. Nevsr sicken, weaken
0 yrfoa Q 1"t
The Greatest Sale of the Year
Every article In the store marked down. The
largest line of Christmas goods ever shown in
Davenport. Don't (ail to look over our stock.
You will save money if you buy from
W. S. HOLBRGOK
103, 105, 107 E. Seoond Street,
? nur mnnr
jtia. jnuiiu uuLtfii iUUri
In Prices. The greatest cut of all, all this
week. A solid week of broken prices. We
mean business. This stock of shoes must
be closed out.
326 pairs of Ladies' 3 and f 4 Shoea at
236 pairs of Ladies' Shoes, all styles, at
286 pairs of Ladies' Shoes, worth even tl, going at
S98 pairs of Ladies' Shoea, worth 3, going at
200 pairs of Ladles' 8hoea, all styles, going at
00 paira Men'a 2 Shoes, going at
280 pairs Men's 3 Shoes, going at
Ladies' Rubbers 19c; Gents' Rubbers
Every Shoe in our stock
mm-hI. Vnn .
auvaty froupio. uu nuisui auiira to miSB UIB SB16.
CLOSING OUT THE STOCK!
T. J. O'MEABA OLD STAND.
i s6 West Second St., DAVENPORT.
When in Doubt,
Heal is Life's
Our Bleotrie Machine for
tha treatment of Marroaa
Diseases, Rheumatism and
World's Greatest ui
Is ChroDie, Hervoua, Private and Snrjrtcal Diaeaasa of Both Batas.
CATARRH Bronchitis, Asthma, Early Consumption, Rheumatism. Nea.
aBB, uyepepBia, Baonua, aypauai ana au diooo. uver aaa aianef aiasasae.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys
nervous exhaustion, palpitation of the heart, Sysaepata or any disease peculiar to the see,
aboald call on tha treat snaciallat aad ret aa opinion oa their caaa free of charge,
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervous debility, piles, exhaustive
drains, night loeara, defective memory, threatened Insanity, haa of will power, amsatal de
lusion, sleeplcasneM, etc
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of nervous debility. Why treat
aaoetha with others when we guarantee rou a permanent cure la seven days by cat nalnlass
method f Hydrocele cured tn three days ao pala.
THE PRAISE3 WE HAVE RECEIVED For our remarkable skill In earing
esses given np aa hopeleee by all, has compelled us lo use thla means la onto to give tha peo
ple, aa well as the medical profession, tha Decent of our kaowledaa of medicine and oar la
uatlable skill in the an of aurgery. Kemember your family pbyntdan is always waiccaaa ta
aea as operate. Wa are willing to spread our knowledge and show oar skill, and wa feat
Jnrtly proud of tha dally ramtalaiioas we reeelve froaa the medical pro'eaaioa for tha aa.
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